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22 Jul 1854

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22 Jul 1854

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Bloomington News Letter (Newspaper) - July 22, 1854, Bloomington, Indiana Quot quot i i cal a tite reste a to a. B. Amp j. C. Carlton editors. \ <1. C. Carlton publisher vol. I. Bloomington Indiana saturday morning july 22, 1854. No. 25. The news letter is published every Aymor no by James c. Carlton. A. B. Amp . Carlt05. Editors. Terms of subscription. For one Jear if paid in advance.$1 if payment he delayed beyond three months and made within six months if paid after six months from the time of sub scribing. And within a year if not paid till the year expires. For six months always in Advance 50 2 00 2 50 3 00 1 00 rates of advert rising 3 months. 6 months. 1 rear. One Square $3 00 $4 h $6 00 two a Attar cd. 4 00 6 50 9 Oil i Bree a to Are. 6 00 9 00 12 00 fourth of a Coli in 7 00 to 00 15 00 half column 10 00 i 5 00 20 00 one Square 10 lines three insertions or less one Dollar each additional insertion us jer three months Twenty five cent. For and number of lines left a than ten. 10 cent per line for the first insertion and 5 Periti per line for each additional insertion. Special notices always inserted no it i font the and Verti cements on third Page and Lead a 10 cents per line for the first insertion and 5 cents per line for every Shusei sent i senion. Advertisements unlimited As Totime. Are inserted crops. The Huntington Herald says the Weevil is doing much harm to wheat in some paits of that county. Some Fields it is feared will be totally destroyed. The Lawrenceburg regi tur says the weather has been a nasally favourable in that a neighbor Hood and the Grain has profited by it greatly. The yield in that county will be More than an average one. The Franklin Democrat says that the wheat Harvest is Over in that Vicinity and the yield is Over an average one. The com crop is Good where it was put in Early enough but in some places it looks poorly. The Oats grasses ic., All look Fine. The Bluffton Banner says it has made diligent inquiry and has ascertained that wheat looks Well rarely belter and com never better than now. From different parts of the county the Farmers bring the news of a full average crop. The fort Wayne times says in that Vicinity i wheat is poor from Winter frosts and besides until a Diw on nuance in ordered Ami charged Accra a it a i a i r Dinely. Avens scr win take Partick or notice of this quot be Weevil is destroying what 13 left. The id or Tsmenis Are to w paid f or when ins the Danville Adver Tuer says that it is in or the a int furnishing them Wil be held responsible formed that wheat crops in Many places areas for their pair wives. Five demurs for two squares ver was known. Or les for evry Square alive two. One Dollar a extra. Get Fri i Jeff. Deaths or notices of Lor Wjk Onevo Keiit Purv a quot. When not Saccom Paitie Ltd by iii Why remarks a Atis. If acc nip tried by in Oliy rewards Naif Price. 131.oom i Niton Sarx Rabat Mordro jtrlt22, ism. A during the weekending Luly 2d, there were 399 deaths in new , which is a considerable increase olt r the previous week. The new York times has been dieted from circulation in France on account of its censures of Loris . If figr lev. Air. Holt formerly pastor of to lib second of a list Erin Cli Ucli in Madison died in Evans i a on the 15 i inst., of Cli Olera. It in Cincin Iti Over Twenty cases a coup de of oleic occurred on the fourth. J. H. Coix ins. Esq., tile eldest member of the bar died in thai City on the Lola i inst. I the Connersville says that the wheat crop in Fayette county turns out much better than was expected a few weeks ago and the Valley times says it will be a full average if not More taking the county through. A a death of the turkish comm.4nder at intelligence has at length been received relative to the death of Mussa Pacha. Che 31st of May was probably the Day on j which the Gallant of Ranii was killed. He was inter in his Knees at Midnight reciting his prayers and while in the act of bowing his head a Cannon Ball struck him Between his shoulders. Alien some years ago the prussian Captain of artillery with six non commissioned officers arrived at Coslan sinople to teach the turks the science of gunnery Mussa was a simple Cannonier but he closed his career As chief of the general staff of artillery and president of the ordinance department in the Council of War. Washington hews. Washingtont july 14, m. The River and Harbor Bill which passed the House yesterday appropriates As follows $16,0<x to the Missouri and s40,000 to the Ohio River $19,000 to keep in order the Louisville and Portland canal which is to be Iree of toils from the commencement of next year $25,000 per annul to the Tennessee River $35,000 to the Arkansas $40,000 for the so and dredge boat5 for the Mississippi Illinois Ohio Missouri and Arkansas Rivers. The Post office and Light House Bill was also passed. The House Japan treaty was sent into the Senate but there was no action on it. Later from Mexico and Tess. New of leaks july 11. By the Steamer Orizaba which has arrived at this quot port from Vera Cruz we have dates from the City of Mexico to the 3d inst. Gen. Alvarez is ill and no Hopes entertained of his recovery. A new expedition under count Bourbon comprising two battalions has been sent to Miche Nean where the revolution continues. Santa Anna had sent grand crosses of Guadaloupe to Victoria Napoleon the King of Prussia. And others. Count Rossi and others of Madame Sontag s troupe came passengers in the Orizaba. By mail we have Galveston dates to the Soth ult. The accounts of the crops Are flattering. The Al passo mail had arrived at san Antonio. Having been attacked by the indians at Eagle Springs. A letter from Santa be dated May 20th, says the Indian hostilities continued. The indians were combining against the Whites and a general Indian War was. Thought inevitable. The commander of the troops had sent a Force to Eagle Springs and was otherwise preparing to operate against the indians. Mrs. Wilson recently a prisoner among the apaches had arrived at Al passo. Of wat . Then we to cholera for tie Twenty four hours ending wednesday no it Ltd the 12ih. I the Bedford Standard and Terre haute est deaths of copy a strange and laconic was sen of Lyon is end of Louis Vii Kusir in tired on Vest Drav week ring away of a horse which he was driving attached to a advertisement from the Madison courier merely As a curiosity but a Friend at our Elbow Wiio knows something suggests that the Peculiar Way in which those two papers refer to the and by the run Vert sement shows plainly that it is Only a Cun buggy. The governor of new Hampshire vetoed the liquor Bill. The House it again Over the veto. It is said that i will not piss the st Nat. Cosso Ltd hero now some Uilk of consolidating the new York and Krie and new York Central Ali Milroad companies. This would be a magnificent combi aarion of capital not less than $60,000,000. They have of publishing it for the Benefit of the quot know very Likely. . Sci mas Gen. Used Eros and or. Thrasher a been released at new Orleans by giving bail they publish their w prote its against the legality of the proceedings and thrasher threatens a suit Ajr inst the a thormities for damages. I x5? the Detroit Tribune of the 7th inst., says quot we learn that a lady in Windsor died yes i ter Day morning. A coffin and shroud were in two men named and c Hamber lats procured and the body was prepared for ingot to quarrelling at Cannelton on the night of torment the arrangements for the funeral the 4thof july at a Ball Aboul a girl and were completed and As the undertaker was or. I a. Niacin the body in the coffin last Evenin Ltd she Tate stabbed chamber lat. So seriously that this morning shows evident sym he cannot survive. Tate has been arrested. Toms of to be much Inife mental a we. P. , accused of the tor consequence of recent at Pedo murder by its victim alsos has written a quot there seems Lexington ky., in tempts in that Vicinity to enlist Young men for another letter to the mayor this ume explain the cuban i Buster exp Edison. It is said a a Ghis connection with the Alu Soks confessing that there Are at least one thousand i persons be 10 certain burglaries of which Aix sos and his Cretin enlisted in the neighbourhoods of Lexing a a few Ere cognizant and suting that Allison ton and Louisville for que above mentioned had asked a watch of him when in Cincinnati purpose. Weeks ago As hush Money and he bad after arriving in new York sent him one. Al usos then asked a present for his wife which Send. He seems to be the hard Shell. Convention in new York nominated judge Brossok for governor Eujah Ford for Lieut. Governor a Lake for canal commissioner and los for state prison inspector. Conk tar neglected to of the Pimon that when the Al Soss received or. ,.a letter was supposed it to contain the present of d j 1 a l from him to mrs. A., and the explosion led read from or. Bossos declining the Nomina-1 them to believe that Coss let sent it Feann person was nominated How a tion. Ever. No other quot mrs. Robisson the murderess now confined in the Troy new York jail assaulted the sheriff on the loth Insu when he took her meal to the cell. She struck him with a brass candlestick Over the Eye knocking him Down and inflicting a wound upon Bis Faco. She was afterwards handcuffed and chained fast to her cell. They might inform on him and that he took this method to get Clear of them. Cost Kilt says quot your Honor or. Allison wanted something for hush Money tor he knew Only of things i which he knew fall Well plenty of other j knew and he wrote to me in a Way As though i would give him something to shut his Mouth and Bis thinking Thia i should either Send him something or be angry is the reason your Honor Why i was first in Bis Ejim from the Peoria Hep Micah of last wednesday week that or. D. C. Combs editor of tho Blooming ton lit times met with an acid Cut on monday week last which it says will prove fatal. Or. Combs was returning from Peori a to Bloomington in a buggy and his horse taking fright As he was crossing the Bridge Over Ife Skinaw Creek jumped off into the of Timaio. With the Boggy and or. Combs a Ristaneo of Twenty feet. He fell beneath the buggy. And when taken out shortly after was senseless. His spine was broken by the fall. An experienced brother editor says in a recent letter to us quot at present i am in be , recovering from fourteen year editorial life bad eyes crooked Back and broken nerves with Little to show for we us fac the Siree articles enumerated Are quite enough to show for it. Act Boarder quot Whiat Large chickens these Are Landlady yes chickens Are larger now a Days than they used to be ten years ago we coat in t get. Chickens As Large As Boer it it site inno Cen it a no i sap Pom not �?4hey most have grown some in that timer the Landlady look a a8 the Bligh die had been aus ii de stood. Quot execution of a murderer. New , july 11.--Michael Jennings was executed at a Quarter past ten o clock this morning for the murder of mrs. Bradley of North Haven. Two companies of military kept guard around the jail. There was a Large crowd but they behaved very orderly. Jennings spent the Early part of the night at his devotions and after spending from 2 to o clock he engaged in devotional sex Erci Seti. He appeared serious and looked earnestly on the Crucifix in his hated. At ten minutes after ten o clock he ascended the scaffold and engaged in prayer with the priest. This Over the priest bid him Good Bye when he sobbed out quot Good Bye of dear lord Jet the drop fell before he had finished the sentence and he was swinging by the neck. The usual White Cap covered his face and was sprinkled with tears. Thus died a monster in guilt though but 18 years of age. He did not struggle hard though be lingered longer than some others before executed on the same spot. He made no confession nor did he assert his innocence. Great fire in new Orlean i. New , july 10,1854.�?millbank s rope walk and factory with their contents and several other adjoining Buie diners were destroyed by fire yesterday. The loss reaches �200,000, and is covered by insurance. Akk. We. O. Washington Star has the following personal explain anon quot we have taken pains to inquire of parties in Congress who should know Best How Gen. Butler received and replied to the appointment of governor of Nebraska and have been satisfied by them that All the stories concerning his alleged dudgeon and indignant reply sent from Washington in letters to Distant newspapers Are Mere we learn that though he answered that his increasing years compelled him to decline acceptance his letter of declension was couched in As kind words As could be wished by those who Are his friends As Well As friends of the Utah had the favor of examining the alphabet adopted by the mormons in Utah and also some exercises in Reading we received this politeness from Charles h. Bassett. One of our former citizens just returned from Utah and is on Bis Way to Cincinnati where is appointed the Field of his missionary labors. The alphabet is almost entirely new the characters representing Only sounds and numbering thirty eight. This in Ordinary manuscript or printed letter will Only occupy about half the space required by the Queen s English. We learn by or. Bassett that arrangements Are being made to publish the school books <fcc., on this plan. There Are no capitals used and the written and printed form of the letters Are the blvd bugs. Wes Wako we hear that a company from the state of Maine have recently purchased 40,000 acres of land in Wisconsin for the purpose of cultivation and improvement and five dollars an acre or $200,000. This tract of land is principally in Grant county it was entered in 1836 by a son of the Earl of Bote who is now British Consul in Egypt. The immigration into this new state is Bow very or at a the who Fields jul standing up to lug to my Strong in some places even with the Feareb and look i i. It a predicted Luu of ignore Good ctr of wheat even do a Bushel. Mill Wisconsin will be m Keiit state in tact Uit on in Jourod pm it Era late on i by Imp a or from the Gosport Chrono re Owen comity agrico Taral be Etmo. At a meeting of the friends of agriculture held at Spencer on the 8th of july 1854. On motion capt. J. I. Alexander was called to the chair and Basil Meek was appointed Secretary. A committee of five persons to wit John h. Johnson g. W. Moore j. W. Dob con Joseph c. Goss and John m. Coleman tote appointed to Trail resolutions and Aid committee reported the following to it resolved that for the purpose of Orgain King an agricultural society in this county. ¿11� this meeting proceed to the election of via a Tiei pro Iem. To a arvo until the next meeting. Resolved further that any person May become a member of this society by subscribing one Dollar and paying the same by the next meeting and that the officers of this society shall consist for the present of a president a vice president Secretary and treasurer and shall be elected by the members of the society. Resolved that this society shall be governed by the rules and regulations of the state agricultural h. Johnson Ca n. Which were adopted. The sum of fifty dollars was then raised by subscription the amount required to be paid into the county Treasury before an agricultural society can be formed. The subscribers then proceeded to the election of officers pro Tern. Capt. J. I. Alexander was elected president John h. Johnson vice president Basil Meek Secretary and Samuel w. Duim treasurer. 0.1 motion it was resolved that a meeting for the purpose of permanently organizing be held at the court House in Spencer on the second saturday of August next at 1 o clock p. M. Of motion it was resolved that Harlan Richards j. W. Dobson and Samuel w. Dunn be a committee to draft a Constitution and by Laws for said society to be reported at next meeting. On motion of Rio. H. Johnson it was resolved that the proceedings of this meeting be published in the quot go sport Chron Type quot and that the quot Bloomington news letter quot quot Worthington advertiser quot and quot Clay county advocate quot be requested to copy. The meeting then adjourned. Jesse i. Alexander pres. Basil Meek Sec. H �?11 Hon. John l. Robinson in his letter of the 27th june leaves the impression that Rev. B. F. Crary is a Democrat. This is a a at a stake. Lie is a whig and has been to our certain knowledge since 1846 and the greater portion of that time has been Rabid a politician As at det Socrat. Some of the whig papers in the East have been circulating a lie to the effect that senator Douglas started to Chicago recently and that on his Way he received a dispatch from his friends stating that the Public indignation was so great against him that it would not be Safe Star him to visit that City. This is a Down right falsehood. Senator Douglas was not on his Way to Chicago and no dispatch of any kind was forwarded to him. He will be in Chicago after the adjournment of Congress and Mark our words Bis voice will be heard and his influence Felt by that Community when be deems it proper to discuss the great Issue before the people of that City. He will be Able to vindicate the policy of the Nebraska measure before the people As triumphantly As he was before their represent Dve in Sentinel. Rux oreo outrage and excite mint a we last evening heard rumours of Gross outrages and consequent a pc tement in connection with an immigrant ship from Liverpool which arrived yesterday in the third District. The entire ship s company with the exception of the Captain mate and Carpenter Are said to be negroes and the Black scoundrels Are charged with the most fiendish outrages upon the female passengers during the passage. What renders the Case More a Gravaun is the charge made by the poor victims that these brutalities were perfectly Well known to the officers who made no efforts to restrain their British Crew. We Bear that a body of the friends and countrymen of the immigrants highly excited proceeded to the ship attacked the negroes and threw them overboard. Oar informant Learned that the mate had secreted himself and could not be found. We refrain mentioning the name of the vessel until we obtain further . O. True Ovsa thk7 go wbb a we learn that there Are several scores of families that Are preparing at and near this place to remove to Nebraska immediately. My can wait no More and Over they go and commence their improvements rear their Cabins and prepare for agricultural pursuits daid the ensuing season. We have Ever advis$4 the pm to quot bide their and until now we believe they have regarded our admin Utida mint Sernau Laibl. But when they hear of the Aon Sands removing to Kansas no dung can hold Triem Lon key go. We a Jelv no ill Nek. Are mostly Farmers and mechanics iii it whom a re some of oar Best we cannot see stat tiie agent Blaj. Ii new. Has any Power cd hinder the of Paney of the lands As the love Nunet has provide him no troc or of Means to Stop or a Wen retard this move Mentini and we. Mast hold film Guttil Tley tto matter. To he has Tia Itei Cut a Emmr but of settlements requiring the a quitters to item it we Riim ii Taisir Itoiz Bat with no a. Came sufi by Felt. Jbf Rii of a Feazier. Tappan the late we and abolition candidate for speaker of the new Hampshire House of representatives in remarking upon the fugitive slave riot in Boston dec ared that quot he was glad Batch elder was shot that he hoped die mob would Knock Down every Stone in the court House if the fugitive was not released that he hoped to god they would shoot every government officer who interfered with them and that he Tappan was ready to assist them in so the Rev. Theodore Parker who instigated the killing of Batchelder in a recent Sermon said �1 take not to let blk for my master nor yet the Church nor even Jesus of Nazareth for my master. I feel not at All bound to believe what the Church says is True nor what any writer in the old or new testament declares in the same Sermon he said that per jury is often the duty of a jury Man and that a a murder May be p openly resorted to in resistance to Law quot he need not to have said that he does not take Jesus of Nazareth for his master. That is obvious. There is a certain sulphurous gentleman supposed by some to have hoofs and horns who claims Parker for his son and an obedient son Parker Sentinel. Money matters a n. Y. Mirror of monday evening says the failure of messes Robert Ltd George l. Schuyler was announced in Wall Street on saturday and the event was the chief topic of conversation. Its effect on the Stock Exchange was to Check improvement on the Board list generally and to cause a further decline in new York and new Haven and new York and Harlem securities the senior member of the House now and for some Days past seriously ill at his residence up town being the president of the first and the Junior the president of the last named Road. They Are also very Large contractors in several of the unfinished Western works. These gentlemen the messes. Schuyler have been for Many years among the most respectable Railroad contractors with Many of the Best railroads of the country As officers amp a. They have probably been More extensively connected with the Railroad system of this country than any other their last great project of which or. Robt. Schuyler is we believe the father was the Illinois Central Railroad a work 700 Miles in length. The very extended nature of their engagements combined with the sudden depression in the value and the i convertibility of All Railroad securities has brought on a crisis. The amount of liabilities and assets of the House must reach millions and if not pressed too hard those Best informed think it will wind up Worth a million or Over. The Steamer of saturday took s415,000, making $712,792 for the week and j7,-173,884 for the year thus far. The Nicaragua company have declared a dividend of �8 per share. The company has decided to Purchase the Fine Steamer Yankee Blade of or. Mills s Independent line from Panama to san Francisco to strengthen their route in the Pacific. About four million dollars were disbursed on saturday for interests dividends principal amp a. The sub Treasury paid about $600,000 on the various securities payable at their office. Messes. Duncan Sherman amp go. About $300,000. The sub Treasury received from Philadelphia on saturday on Transfer draft $1,500,000, and received this morning from Boston $1,000,000. Notice of the seven million draft has been . The Holder Signor Almonte the mexican minister is understood to be detained at Washington by illness in his family. About $800,000, we hear go to the new York ship builders for the mexican War frigates in it a in Progress at their yes. t she Spunky a a couple who had lived together some years in seeming Contentment one Day went a fishing and tied their boat by a rope to a Post in the water. All of a sudden the boat went floating Down the Stream and a contest of words immediately arose As to the cause of the parting of the rope. The wife said it must have been Cut with scissors but the husband an unfeeling old fog stoutly maintained that it was a knife that done the scissors said the wife. Knife said the husband. Sissors. Knife said both but the Huband losing his temper cried out a i you say scissors again i la Duck you. Quot scissors quot said the wife determined to hold out to the last. Away went the old woman ii to the water and As she came up the first time she bellowed scissors at the top of her voice the old Man pushed her Doivan Ain. Scissors quot sputtered she in fainter tones As she Rose again but the old fellow had her by the head and plump she went Down for a third time now she Rose More slow Lye and As her Watee Loed i form neared the sir free have re lost a Power of Artic Ala Toni yet do Teroz lined Nerr to give in band mat of tbs water and it tales with her firsts and and t fingers f old nun i then convinced blurt it was Fetter two s Reading a love letter. An Amus ing instance of hibernian simplicity is afforded by the following Little Story told us by a Friend in whose words we give it Molly oar housemaid is a Model one who handles the Broomstick like a sceptre and who has an Abhorrence for dirt and sympathy for soapsuds that amounts to a passion. She is a bustling Busy Rosy cheeked Bright eyed blundering hibernian who hovers about our Book shelves makes War upon our papers and goes about thirsting for new worlds to conquer in the shape of Uii dusted and unlighted Corners. One Day she entered our Library in. A conf spa Ait id Uncertain manner quite different from her usual bustling Way. She stood at the door with a letter Between her thumb and Finger which she held at Arm s length As if she had a Gunpowder plot in her grasp. In answer to our inquiries As to her business she answered a an Plas e yer Honor i m a poor girl an Han t much Larni nand be sees phase yer Honor Paddy o Rielly and the better Tolian him does t breathe in Ould Ireland has been Wip Itin of me a letter a love let ther phase or Honor an anew guessed at her embarrassment and offered to relieve it by Reading the letter. Still she hesitated while she twisted a bit of raw Cotton in her fingers. Shure she resumed an that s list what i want but it s Nota Gio Flemun like 3 herself that would be knowing the secrets Between us and so Here she twisted the Cotton quite nervously if it l Only phase yer Honor Shihi yer Rading it so that yer Honor May not hear herself if y la list put this bit of Cotton in yer ears an Stop up yer Hea Rinan thin the secrets ill be unknown to yer we had t the heart to refuse her and with the gravest face possible complied with her request but often since we have laughed heartily As we have related the paper. The cholera this season appears to have developed itself spontaneously in every Quarter in the North american continent including the West India islands. In the City of Mexico in a population of some 200,000, the deaths Are reported As having risen to 200 per Day. Mexico is in a Valley seven thousand feet above the la Vel of the sea higher than the loftiest Mountain Peak in the United states East of the Mississippi. This Altitude according to All our pre conceived notions of the cholera Shou Iid exempt the mexican capital from the so of Dirge. But the City of Mexico is an exceedingly filthy place and is surrounded by lakes some Salt and some fresh water and the exhalations from the filthy shores of these lakes added to the filth of the City itself will account for the dreadful Harvest lit re of King cholera. Jamaica is reported As undergoing another decimation of its people by the pestilence but the heat of its climate and the density of its vegetation the vegetarian Lazy and filthy habits of the population and other tropical cause ii will account for it. From new or eans to the Waters of the upper Mississippi we have reports of the cholera. It is at Cincinnati it is at Washington it is at Baltimore it is at Philadelphia it is at Boston it is Here it appears to lie . Y. Herald. Were we a governor Joseph a. have information from Washington that the name of gov Wright of this state was neither urged nor thought of in connection with the office of governor of the Hon. H. B. Wright of Pennsylvania was ply ced before the president by friends and his pretensions urged with considerable earnestness. The name of gov. Wrighton ind., was confounded with that of or. Wright of pa., and hence the mistake carried on the wings of the Telegraph to Indiana. The announcement we Are told excited considerable Surprise amongst the members of Congress in the City of Washington from the state of Democrat. That s the matter where it happened it did happen on the Road very much like the Road through this mortal life Here smooth there rutty Here dry and hard and there soft with deep sloughs that a Bort of a Hay cart backed up to the rear of a baggage Wagon to Transfer from the latter one or two heavy boxes of when the Dri ver of the cart started to go off quot the Driver of the Wagon stepped towards him with i should like to you. Sir. Quot no quot was the answer never take p a for such . Quot but you have helped me a Good Deal i could t have got out without quot Well then you do the same by somebody else next time you get a quot i will i always quot that s right that s the do or. J. Hobbs of Memphis has address a letter to the mayor of Nash Ville and says that by the use of Cistern water Antii Ely find exclusively the cholera will disappear and never return. The doctor says Liat this is known to him by analysis and by an experience of Twenty four years. The editor of the Nashville Gazette says that from Hia own observations in 184d, when the cholera was in its worst Stag admitted by those Best Achaa inies those who used i i in Jim re Ufi disease was most pc Ott Livert i from it. J __1%etocit a in the right by is a. Tip the m. If

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