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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 19, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Biweekly Telegraph. Be in a a Riak hot a let All the ends thou aim St at be the cob tit a the 6005, a5d t be til new8paper-Neutral in politic8. And devoted to literature science. Commerce. Agriculture. The Mechanic arts. And the general news of the Day. By Morgan amp , Iowa saturday april 19, 1851. Vol. 1�?no. 37. A a biweekly Telegraph. tuesday april 15,115. To co���-#po3ti>r, Ion on hand which it will afford Usa to publish so soon As the state of our r,4u�r. Will permit. At present All must see ,1 ire Are overrun w Ith advertisements. Elf Ltd of . A Entous Sinaj. Woodward s maj. It a Moines . 13 Lee far As heard 285 Jefferson Polk 75 Mahaska Wapello r1 Henry far As heard Johnson the owl Buffalo m. At it r.e.1 Chart Lection in a the it of the a a on,.,., /v5 Quot Quot a ill own. Buffalo v y. A or. James Wadsworth them a Ufa to fat be reception of or. Clay by theocrat free boiler was elected mayor. The a a a a a get Terai of Cuba furnished by a Gen 7 Quot a clergy Man and Rea i to a coloured congregation a Ween or. Clay who came passenger in the 5u 25 218 Scott 98 Ivy Talso a rec egret the of telegraphic a Lis Patche. The fault lies not with the press the re is something wrong in the management of matters but where or a Rita whom is the question. All we know is that we alike despair of regularity and decidedly her accuracy. We shall however be glad to publish All that we can get and will offer to take it just As it comes provided it can be furnished some Lime before Midnight. There is no Reavon Why the newspaper reports May not be sent through before the messages. It will be the same thing to the of iterators and a a a Good Ileal More so a to the printers. Was published and circulated before the election w Ith a View of defeating him. But it would seem to have failed o that purpose. We publish it steamship Georgia As for As Havana and the of Cuba Don Jose de la con Eha Ott the 1 do of March a Large number of the Peoria rail Road. Liberty to remind our readers that a general convention of the friends of the above Enterprise will be held at Peoria of the 25th inst., and that on that occasion books will be opened for subscriptions to Stock. Inasmuch As circumstances have hitherto prevented our citizens Fromi. A. Re so Quot what purposes it is prostituted and to what Vej Quot is passport that it was his desire in com degradation it will sink the unscrupulous Noli n in w Manv of a coat a try men to pay thei Titian. That portion of tiie it Ormi i a j veperts to the a a Plain general at such time As a x v l r Orth population he might be pleased to suggest his excellency. New it it re who Are fre holders have the 1 appointed the following Day at 10 of clock As Benefit of the elective franchise and hence file hour when a won a be Happy to receive them. At that time or. Day accompanied by in Friend i r. Mercer and also senator Downs of this state senator Clemens of Alabama. Senator june of Iowa and Hon. Messes. I a Sere and Penn representatives in Congress from this state and Hon. Messes. Volney e Howard of Texas. Stanton of term. Holmes of c., with to. \ an Allen of \. V colonels Jennings and Stewart and d. C. Lib att. Esq. Of this City repaired to the residence of his excellency. Or. La Sere at the request of or. Clan. Acted a interpreter the Captain general speaking French. On reaching the Palace the party was ushered into an elegant apartment where the Captain general. Plainly but hastily attired in citizens dress. Entered the room and greeted or. Clay with much cordiality. The latter then Intro sued i friends and lagged or. La Sere to say to i excellency a hat he was glad to have the Opportunity of thanking him in person for the Courtesy w Ith which both himself and his companions had been allowed to land. The Captain general replied that he was most Happy to extend to Hirn the Quot courtesies of the Island during his stay and desired to know How Long he and his friends proposed to stay in Havana. Or. Clay answered that he desired to remain hut two weeks parents sizing with to secure their votes and the Aid of their sympathisers it becomes necessary for the White candidate for political favors to give pledges to Black preachers and their locks. Comment is unnecessary in fact language would fail to characterize this event As it deserves. To fix the Flint forever for or. Wadsworth it would seem the Darkey had betrayed him so far so Good. But to the letter to the her. Or. Campbell of the coloured Mitho diet episcopal Church of Liu Jigalo Rev. And respected my views on the subject of slavery Are entirely at your serv ice. Concealment or evasion is inconsistent with Honor. I have always been known in politics As a free sour a and have always fearlessly a located the Freedom of the elective franchise to the j coloured population the abolition of the slave i Trade m the District of columbian and the re j Striction of slavery to its present unhallowed i limits the speedy Freedom of every slave from we take the bondage is Ray prayer As it is the christians Hope. Should i lie called by inv Lellow citizens 1 to fill the office of mayor of the City while sworn to respect the Laws. I should always Bear on my heart the bondage of the slave and Wear j Tate a a with your excellency a Perfil Chain and in that fearful trial for his Liber. To i should so temper Justice w Ith mercy that he should have the fullest privileges consistent j with the Laws. On this w Hole subject of slavery i belong to Patiri Pating in any of the meeting on the other Side of the River it is to be hoped that the a if a it of Etfer nem and in the efforts of Southern planters and i Aiea men to retain the 1,1 11 a slave in his iinds. 1 believe with Jefferson him self a that the almighty has no attribute which can take part with them in such a with a messenger in waiting and the hour for j Church at hand 1 cannot More fully give you my sentiments. Weather will so far favor us by the 25th As to ensure a respectable delegation from this City. The election Rev res come in slowly. Unless the mormons shall have polled a heavy vote the pro sect is in favor of the Success of col. Benton by a very fair majority. There has evidently been but a Small to e polled throughout the state. Words or til feel that our floor pen is inadequate to the delightful duty As Ign j edit. A a Public functionary of recording the i Public gratitude and the private admiration of All for the humane praiseworthy popular an tasteful action of the City Council in the matter of Orna menting the Public Square with a be pitiful Fence Shade Trees Ever greens Flower j Beds grass plots and winding avenues. Future generations As Llu by shall soit upon the ver slant lawns or recline beneath the umbrage us houghs of some Brave old Oak pulling away at a Fine regalia will offer the free gushing Ami unfed in a Oblations of grateful hearts for the t enlightened forecast the Superb taste and the boundless Benevolence of our City lathers the j Silver Greys of Tanir extensive corporation. In j Stead of the Barren and greatly begun tired j waste which has hitherto served As a sort of outside cow pen and As the stamping ground of St Ball players we now look upon a Beautiful parterre be shrubs a and be spangled w Ith oses to the last degree of Floral magnificence and per fuming the air with doors. Long Long years must Pas away Ere the Public heart j will Reave to throb its grateful recollection of j the authors of this considerate and very con id Erable Enterprise. The a a Buffalo gals a Especio ally when they out come out at night to it Daie e by the Light of the Insoo and Knock off the double shuffle to the tune old a Grimes is dead that Good old Man a will come Down with a cheerful Zeal As they feel the promptings of gratitude. Why of Corse they will. And when they shall have tired of kicking up a dust and a Ray of Light from the Sperry Tuai world shall admonish them of matters of serious concern which of them think you. Will not he Content to take up a resting place in the Boom of a a father a Abraham f thus you see our worthy aldermen Are i a fair Way to be canonized or cannonade just As you like for their Good deeds and Noble aspirations. Al nov Lind advertising friends will please be a Little More specific. We have been interrogated frequently and sometimes pretty sharply on a the subject a and done to much he the idea of being victimized Lor on Igno Range gentlemen Are afraid to ask for a Jenny Lind shirt lest they should find themselves in the wrong boxy and ladies done to understand How it it that they must go to a gentleman a furnishing store to tit themselves out. Will some body please say whether a the article a a Cut after a certain fashion of merely named alter a certain lady ? presence or saturday afternoon a Chimney caught fire and created a momentary excitement. In the midst of the panic a gentleman might have been Een Rushing out <8 one of our drug store with a Keg of powder a his hands and a Sezar in hit Mouth at the Siax time that another gentleman might have seen breaking for another door w Ith an empty powder ran. The gentleman with the Segar appeared to be very much disappointed judging from a a the remark he Gre. Scott in whig of the Michigan legislature have unanimously nominated Gen. Scott a their candidate Lor the presidency. The general appears to be taking the Leati Itow a Days. Central rail we see it stated amp at the subscriptions Aall been filled and that the demand Lor Stock ugly exceeded the amoo it needed. Cite . P. W. Ditsch k ., the enterprising proprietors of the City brewery have Laid a under obligations by the presentation of some dozen bottles of Beer and ale embracing the various varieties Cuianu Factor to their establishment and All of Tiern of Superior Quality. Among these maybe mentioned excellent article of ale Porter Brown Stout Ginger Beer and Berliner Weiss Bier. The utter i a a a rect nectar in its Way of delicate ,a>4 a a King As Champaigne itself. I be go Ger Beer is also an innocent arid agreeable a average Ltd May a Reeoma Mouded for Lainily Measie. P. W. D. A . Are Luau Lattur of a Large a Rale and can fill order from a �j1�nce of the shortest notice. Hon. Cd. W. Jones u. S. Senator passed by on the Minnesota on sunday evening last. A came by Way of Havana and new Orleans. \ Erv respectfully yours . James Wadsworth. Teaches4 instit1 te5� Burlington March 11, 1851. Pursuant to Public notice a meeting was held in the Baptist Church on Friday evening for the purpose of hearing a lecture from professor Sweet of new York upon the subject of temporary Normal school institutes in our state. Alter listening to an aide and interesting addres up it a the subject of education by professor Sweet and the philosophical method of imparting instruction in connexion with the great teachers a institutes upon motion of the president w. Salter or. I. Sheldon called to the chair Ami w. S. Graff appointed Secretary. Or. Salter then offered the following resolutions that this meeting highly approve of the sentiment of the address of professor Sweet that they fully concur Wilh Hirn in the propriety of establishing teachers. Institute and that we proceed immediately to the establishment of such an Institute in this Region of our state. The above Resolution was enforced by some appropriate remarks of messes. Salter Johnson and Edwards and unanimously adopted. Upon motion the meeting adjourned. I. Sheldon Char. W. S. Grvzik Sec. R t the Milwaukee sen Mel of yesterday april 1. Says a a a Small run was got up yesterday upon the Wisconsin Marine Ami fire insurance company some few timid mortal fearing the Bank was to he closed by injunction. No injunction has been issued or i Likely iniv�ion7 he went on to it a that i Friend were returning to their respective Homes wit the exception of or. Holmes w to on account j of i extreme youth was on his Way to California. I his w As said with or. Clays customary smile of dry and quaint humor and occasioned not a Little mirth among those who could see that or. 11. Hail arrived at full years of maturity. Or. Clay continued that he now visited Cuba Wilh three objects one to recruit his health another to meet his old Friend or. Mercer turning gracefully to that gentleman Ami the third to pay his respects in person to his excellency. The Captain general then remarked that the government of Spain had always been the Friend of the i United states from the Day of their irides Mendence and he trusted their amicable relations would be strengthened by the via it of the distinguished gentlemen he saw around him. Or. Clay replied that the government of the United states so far As he was informed was extremely anxious to maintain uninterrupted Tho a Friendly feelings which had Ever existed and that whatever might be done by individuals to threaten the continuance of these relations he w As a ure the government would deplore and do All in it Power to Avert. The Captain general Here alluded to a Rumor that another a Wjk Ili Tion was being fitted out from the United states against Cuba and in the course of his remarks intimated that the Island Felt Strong enough to defend itself in such an event. After or. Clay had assured him that in his opinion there was Little foundation for such a Rumor the Captain general invited him Ami such of his companions As might remain in Havana. To Dine at the Palace on the sunday follow ing at the same time stating that he was sorry their Short visit prevented him from entertaining him As he desired. He however invited them to bring their ladies in the evening to promenade through the Palace and listen to the music in the Plaza and thus ended this interview. In the evening which was beautifully Brilliant a number of american ladies visited the Captain general and his amiable lady. Several castillian ladies were Al of present who spoke English fluently while All the american were delighted with their reception As they were to from arrival at new Orleans announce the arrest of several citizens of Havanna and Bella under charges of treason. The names of or Santiago Bot Barlier Juan Escor rez Claudio Amorez and two Brothers Fleury Are mentioned. They had been lodged in prison for examination. T r. Bombardier is one of the most distinguished member of the cuban bar. An order of arrest a been issued against Don est Van Diaz for a supposed participation in a conspiracy to overthrow the present government of the Island. The Birri of la Concha were in Pursuit of him. Immediately after the arrest of the cubans mentioned above an officer of the i it olice visited the principal commercial houses of the Capitol for the purpose of examining their correspondence. This led to new discoveries. Desertions in the army Are frequent. An entire detachment of 30 soldiers stationed at san Cristobal had left their kit St and taken Refuge in the Cusco mountains. Capt. Nicholas Canalejo. Of the army had been sent to Spain under arrest. Suspected of being favourable to the cause of the revolution. A barrister the late Limerick assizes a witness of the 4lower classes was Cross examined by or. Bennett Queens counsel when the follow ing dialogue took place do you hesitate to answer me yet u look at me As if i were a rogue. Winc be sure i laughter. A upon your oath you think Ine a rogue a a a Pon my oath i done to think you an honest continued laughter. A you a Wear to that by your oath?.�?T �?~1 do to be surr and w hat else could i think a a now Why do you think to a a Why. Because you Are doing your Best to i make me a cry fire of k i n Ion. A t mrs. L. N. Si0oirxzt. Hurgle of oar bad it Tes w i it in it a thine Olive fair and bid Itie Haft <4 War and woe to food thirst ing through the sir and the my ring Rigte answered. W having by peace Branch High. But As he came towards me i seized a very heavy Pitcher standing on the hut Ling it at hit with a fortunate Force and aim he fell stunned and bleeding on the floor. The door a burst open at the next moment and calling for assistance we the Reward off intr Griter. The annals of the american War re take care of the from. Of All Parta of the body sax or. Cord the foil a ing a tory a a a far t a a a Quot Quot we a Fth mar Richard a. by name was a 40 a a Quot by attended in a a. The. Fri. Or m _ Pond All doubt i purpose of joining a a Xuy Frei Xuy chief Usu go a a the Trust bound the madman hand and foot dressed King forces an intention which he i l guar j u Tili Idiell wound in his head and Side and Corn Law Knny St Tiv in inv lie 5 e stirs that Shine in sparkling Bluel it v tur mannered Fields shall half he Etui Ken Franu yet or place. And half in Dinar Cir in Eal ii but -1iont were the we Al air it us Wyhs w ii dread Sra Siment fraught each trembling in it Crystal Rubei at the dark traitor thought. Of. Human hearts to gone it Rel trained by a ires who Tuu Ltd of Yore. Ashr others when annual their Homes the tramped in Gore will be the heritage Thev won. With ruthless Hazel Divide ? or rend the knot Thev Drew be when they die let then from the Pater Patruel a Tomb. Beneath Alt. Ernon s Shade. And from the Bend Quot a bed who sleeps in Nashville heart Eood Glade. And for it it i Green thu Incys honoured breast ii Here sir and a it a a 44 break not that hand a a a solemn Livirt in deep accordance e Rowe. Ii urk a hark a Over Fogt rest Robed in scowl in sum Flower crowne i Vale a Froid where the a Antiey a Thunder tone the far fas-1be hails from Iuar and Dell where . By Prairie hike and Bill Rolls it a the full us tue rep it no a we never Zetek will a the wound in i head and Side and committed him to fresh watchers. We Hare often a pent pleasant hour together since but i never see fire Lin with a smile off i face without a disposition to look round for the door. Pioneer incident. In August 17h2, shortly alter the it at the of i Niue licks some band of Western was too honest to deny accordingly he was delivered Over to the High sheriff Ami committed to the county jail. The prison was in such a state that he might have j found Little difficulty in escaping but he considered himself in the hands of author-1 Ity such As it was Ami the same principle of duty which led him to take arms made him equally Reudy to endure the con indians believed to have been engaged in a Quot a alter lying there a few Day i in a a a n. A to Ann Lunt fit f file a Kip off i he �z�4av a i be e w. W that conflict infested the settlement along Salt River. Intelligence was prom Illy communicated to col. Floyd who instantly ordered out a party of militia to scour the country where the Savages were supposed to be lurking. Some of the party were from Kincheloe a station on Simpson s Creek which consisted of six or he applied to the sheriff for leave to go out and work by the Day promising that he would return regularly at mgr. I character for simple integrity was so Well j known that Permis Ion was Given without hesitation and for eight months Jack son w ent out every Day to labor and As duly came Back at night. In the Mosthof seven families. On the first of sept in a it the shcr5ir prepared to conduct him Berle militia Rable to discover and Indi to Springfield where he was to be tried an dispersed and returned to their Home a or High treason. Jack unsaid that it there had been no alarm at Kincheloe s Quot us u trouble and expense station during the absence of the men and has Torii was once Nore taken and he set upon reaching Home late in the eve citing the Midnight match. It was during that a Art of my life while 1 i was walking the Hospital that an Inci i Dent occurred to me of such surpassing _ j and breathless interest that it will be As a St nut n Reat m for a of ditto Lei Par Viv on the last Day of my existence As it of the strongest objections to the. A a a a ,. A i. J t i was an hour alter its passing. Formation of a a tar. Cabinet in England is. A. Rated to the the necessity it would involve by i Here was in a class to which i be a there is but one guide Board in the state of Rhode Island and that Points the wrong Way and if a Man asks direction they set the dogs of him. The Choice of a new parliament of expiring to the immense multitude of strangers at the great exhibition the scandalous character of English elections. This objection is plainly and forcibly it Forth by a respectable British journal and has had its influence it is said upon the counsels of the Sovereign in the present political emergency. Longed a Young Man. A native of Devonshire whose parents had with great difficulty scraped together a sufficient sum to a enable him to follow the course of study necessary to fit him Lor passing his examination. When he first came to the Hospital hot a a what Beautiful Black eyes that voting appeared in a most extraordinary costume do has a said John to Ned a nah How Bright Cvar beheld in the streets or London anti a sparkling a Eye very a re die Ned he Ujj t e,.rainlv have led a Hev would make splendid breast pant.,_, j _ _1 wretched Hie amongst us it it had not nor. Kingman the Ion of the Baltimore that his Gigantic size and muscular Sun has received an clerkship in it a proportjon5 extorted from us a consider Able degree of wholesome respect quite edifying to behold. His coat and other gear might have been the work of a Che >�7� j�?o1� a it except one of the new clerkship he had been taste of some old Bat Kwh Oxil Ryan who re state department. He is a capable writer am ill make an excellent clerk. A correspondent says the appointment he now received comes to him through the kind offices of his old a personal of efficient in getting Congress to create for some Friend whom he might name and the Arm hearted senator named Bis old Tutor to had taught him latin in Virginia More than a Quarter of a Century ago. Ship building on the Rio men Rcd rather indistinctly tin Cut and proportions of Hab aliments he had not looked u Hgt a for upwards of half a Century it would have i in ridicule if it h id m t encased one of the finest models of a Manly Frame that Ever trod the Earth. With to lie no one need be alarmed.�?aurugo to Ken through the spacious and gorgeously fur Bune. Wished apartments of the Palace. Meanwhile re in excavating on the Railroad about six a a a a Quot a a kn�4w n bands for which Havana has Miles Iron Wheeling was discovered a Tusk of a Quot a Ehr ated were giving some of their a Gigantic animal i needed in Sand about sixteen feet. The Tusk was not less than sixteen feet Long and at the Large end measured eighteen inches in .1rgu�. By United Stales on a. States and territories. A in of. 1h�0. La to. In. Or. It. South Carolina tit �8457 594439 8 North Carolina 87 179� 753119 19 Maine 58302t� 501790 16 n. Hampshire 3 in mid 284571 12 Massachusetts 991724 729530 32 Vermont 311322 291998 7 Rhode gland 147649 105722 37 Connecticut 370913 310015 20 new York 309818 2428921 27 new Jersey 480� �8 372396 32 Pennsylvania 2341204 1724033 31 Ohio 1981940 1519467 31 Indiana 990258 6811866 45 Illinois 8 9i 9<l 47t�583 83 Kentucky 993018 770828 28 Delaware 9� 1277 78107 16 Missouri 080517 33702 78 Wisconsin 305596 30185 895 Michigan 397596 212269 94 Maryland 583216 469232 23 Mississippi 611508 375367 65 Arkansas 198796 97591 101 Iowa 192266 43112 350 Virginia 1128803 1239797 15 Georgia 920600 691392 55 Minnesota 6139 21,131,514 15,,l8 38 Tennessee Alabama Florida Louisiana tax a it and California Are yet behind together with the territories Minnesota excepted. In nose will bring up the aggregate to Twenty four millions. Almost. If not quite. It is now apparent by what return Are on til that the ratio of increase to population in the United Sta a i it greater during the Pat decade than at any prior Jeriod of our history during the present Century. This is no doubt owing to the increasing Sal Brity of our country cinder de so by its increased cultivation. A Cruias in the United mutes. We have met with some estimates lately of the number of germans who Hare from time to time settled in this country which Apo a to have been made upon Luble data and they show a much larger infusion of the German character and influence into the mass of our population than we had previously imagined. W e Are quite As much gratified a surprised at the largeness of the figures for no class of foreigners generally speaking add of much to the patient persevering Industry As Well As the steady sober orderly character of the country. The German immigrant brings w Ith him almost invariably some Little Piojo try which he prefers to invest i the soil if it be sufficient and if not the additions w hich be soon make to it enable him to possess a Homestead of his own around which the Strong Home affect a oils which native to his bosom soon fasten themselves not to be easily disengaged while at the same time he easily assimilates to our a political institutions in their most Liberal aspect. He is a Good neighbor a Good citizen and almost of course a pros Erous Man. It we count As belonging to our German put pulsation All who. W without exactly us ing the German Tongue Are still of German origin at least three millions and a half of the Tony four millions of our a people May be assigned to them. In the Church connections of German origin Are recorded about Fiauu juju a oui but the vast majority stand unconnected with any Church to say nothing of those win Bate joined american Church the states which have received German im-m.grant�,and to which they have Given deeded character Are Pennsylvania and Ohio where a-h�111 one third Are of German origin a Ester new Yolk about one fourth . And Michigan about one fifth and Missouri. Iowa and Wisconsin towards which latter states the the tide is now pressing Laige turn St. Loci pay or has recently be ii enlarged. It is a Beautiful Sheet and and Dir Kite a i 4 Bersoff norwegians mingling in. A arable As a newspaper. We Are under special y be German Popup Ion to Jug actions fur a daily Exchange of the unites slates considerably larger than the a i above estimate. We sub join it. He a ays of 18.9�<umi inhabitants 4,885,000 were in Penn. Ohio n. York Indiana Tennesse Illinois i 5 xxx in a a a hmh.h0u out of 1.038.000 inhabitants 7�> 1.000 527,01 309.000 281.000 205. 0 the Lotic Fri a. We copy the following from Chicago journal the year 1844 Germany Viz 0e 7th inst. The storm of the Pat week has a roved most astro1 bang the line of the canal. Quot to a a Iii i very much Wah a and several week m the pm Anim a it Hae occurred lock nerf Aini Joliet Winch i Wever it w to bought Walt a repair d by to night so As Tofu a a draw ing three Leet water. A pm Here in in a can i a with greater rapid the a be Tuet a morn Lias also la Een earr.e.1 no Kornj a j Rod. To rethought Ai a Quot a i. A. The m it it. Sr.7 ., a a chem re a a i i Fortun a a a a a a Iii a. Whirl. Or it. A int a run a a Quot i. Roi i awaiting shipment below the Aqueduct. That is 3,037.000 1.784.000 2.011.000 783.0�� 721jvw �33,��>0 8.730.000 choicest music in the in front the Square literally crowed with citizens and strangers. Scene m a dentist t male representative from the Emerald lie enters hat in hand with the a top of the morning to be sir and in be got a bad tooth and Devil a nit of Comfort can i get a Hort of a bottle of Brandy and in be got one of father Matthys medals to Kape me from All a ugh evil spirit Shure. Now sir what la you be Avin to pull me a tooth a half a Dollar a May the doctor. Well sir a says Pat a a what Lyle pull two for a a Job a replied the doctor a i wont charge you any thing for pulling the second Pat seated Hilins of turned up his Mug Ami the doctor took a Peep at his Grinders and w Ith a Little assistance from put. Soon found which were the ones Pat wanted out. Save Pat a this is the one. And that is the second one. Plase pull the second one out first�?T a very replied the doctor a any Way to get them and he pulled. Before lie had time to fix the instrument for the other tooth the first tooth a4 Hud got out of the chair Ami was edging towards the door. A i Guez a. Doctor. I wont have the Fust tooth pulled until it ache and you told me you would pull the second one for Pat fizzled and the doctor pocketed the joke instead of the Yankee Bra e convention of he insurance Buffalo daily express says a convention of the insurance companies business in this Section of the state and the Western state a held in this City on saturday. The objects of the convention were among other things to fix upon a unify i Tariff of rates for insurance. One very important question was discussed but whether any final action was taken upon it we Are unable to May. It is refused to take risks on steamers and vet Sel commanded by incompetent seamen. There were representative there from several companies in this state and from Ohio Michigan Illinois Indiana and Wisconsin and agents representing several Eastern companies. Morion to your Bright face. Mistress a a Well a Good morning a a och mistress Murphey. Who niger i see a rail Shuiyu Irish morning like this it Xii me in mind of the Ould count hrs and of the time Whin i lived wid yer father rest his sowl a a Daventer Man Niver Drew breath and Sorra a poor Cra thur Niver passed i doors without a hit of a a a troth he a mistress Murphey pulling a flask nut of his pocket would be thrust me for half a pint till 1 go Down til the wharf and May Fly away with the roof of my jacket but ill pay be before the Sun goes to bed a a a a Burn the Thrap John till be Pav for the half pint be got yesterday a a mistress Murphey pm it Hati eally a i knew yer Mother and she a an Ould How Carrier in yer father was a dirty Washer woman and i seed him hauled with six roaring big bulls to the Gallows you ugly John sloped in double Quick time and a Pewter Beer Mug rattled Wrath fully Aero the pavement. A a a husband who in a moment of Hasty Wrath said to Bis wife who but a few month before had United her Faith to his 11 you Are not satisfied with my conduct go return to your friends and your happiness p a and will you give me Back which i have brought to Yon a a asked the despairing wife. A yes he replied a All your wealth shall go with you i covet i a alas p she thought not of my wealth 1 Sjo Oke of my Maiden affection of my buoyant Hopes of my devoted love can you give these Hack to ire a a no p said the Man throwing himself a her Foet to i cannot real Ore these hut i will do More. I will keen them unsullied and unstained i will re Eric a them through life and in my death and never again will i forget Liat i have sworn to protect and cheer iter Tio gave up to me ail she held most dear. Interi a tiny. had the pleasure of conversing with a worthy and venerable a Democrat from new York who was favored with a Long interview with general Jackson two Day before his death most of the particular of which interview have Long since been Given to the Public. In the course of an affectim7 Retro it act toe a me of the most important events of Bis lift the dying Patriot and Bro than alluded to a charge of nastiness of action which had been made by his Jedi trial a Neon and remarked that he Merer Dunn his whole presidential in mate. Dec tool a any important measure Wilhit first Tref Miriamg of his i maker and his uni Danee and Blessing what a comment i tins upon the Justice i of political censure what better explanation i can we need of th�4 heroic death of the exp a i a font than is furnished by this interesting fact he feared nothing. He was a Man of prayer. Providence Patriot. Enterprising mechanics of Rio grand City i i pc r have just completed and launched i Beautiful close Curling Blair a hair Fine open features Essel into the Waters of the Rio Grande. A Ramie City it will be remembered is situate three Hundred mile by water from the Mouth of the River and i one of the Many flourishing villages that have sprang up since the arrival of our enterprising citizens on it Banks. She is a Sloop of some 3 1 tons Burthen and is destined As a coaster probably for the fruit Trade with some of the contiguous port of Mexico. In a Timber is Ebony and a a Inu Quito a and is the Only sailing vessel Ever built on the Rio Gramie. She a launched on the 22d of february and name after the father of his country. Rio and the port and Lithe motion of a lion he was a figure to look upon in any disguise i with warm admiration. He placed himself in the hands of a tailor and the Meta a Morphosis that took place a wonderful a in a month he a the Best Dresser Man in the class to which lie belonged. But he never forgot the straightened circumstances of his parents nor the sacrifice they must have made to give him the education he had received and though i have said he was the Best dressed Man. I do not mean the Reader to inter that consequently he was the most extravagant. Return of the bourbons to great excitement occurred in the French Assembly on the 1st of March during the a discussion of a Bill throwing open the floors of France to the two branches of the Bourbon family. One of the delegates in the debate undertook to defined the execution of a it uis Xvi which Dis nested the Liberal members an i m. Berry or taking apparent a a a a the midst of High health advantage of the meetings <>1 the House moved of i a _ unexpectedly that the proposition should be and we were Reading hard for our examination when Grey Ling suddenly lost his reason. He had not been otherwise ill and had greatly fatigued and w without apprehension of danger they retired to rest. At the dead hour of the night when the inmate of the station were w rapt in the most profound sleep the indians made a simultaneous attack upon the Cabin of the station and breaking open the doors commenced an indiscriminate massacre of men women and a children. The unconscious sleepers were awakened but to be Cut Down or to behold their friends fall by their Side. A Tew Only availing themselves of the darkness of the night escaped the Tomahawk k or Captivity. Among those who effected their escape was mrs. Davis whose husband was killed and another woman whose name is not Given. They fled to the Woods where they were fortunately joined by a lad. By the name of Ash w to conducted them to Cox a station. M Illiam Harrison after placing i w Ife and a Young woman of the family under the floor of the Cabin made i escape under cover of the darkness. Lie remained secreted in the neighbourhood until he was satisfied the indians had retired then returned to the Cabin and liberated his wife and her companion from their painful situation. Thomas Randolph occupied one of the Small Cabins with i wife and two children one an infant. The indians succeeded in breaking into his House and although they outnumbered him four or live to one he stood by his wife and children with heroic firmness. He had succeeded in killing several indians when his wife and the infant in her arms were both murdered by his Side. He instantly placed his remaining child in the loft then mounting himself made his escape through the roof. As he alighted on the ground from the cab f the production of Golden Russia in he was assailed by two of the Savage was in s7, about x�?~4, in Isis whom he had just forced out of the House it Wall rather More and in lh4i it was w Ith his Kate he inflicted a severe wound about �3,480000. The return for Iho upon one and gave the other a stunning not it it ulishes but in 18 is and blow with the empty gun when they both ls4btae exportation of Gold was Proi Zibit retreated. I Reed from his foes he snatched Earl in lh5o lha mate of the thaires up his child and plunged into the sur was entirely unfavourable to Gold being rounding Forrest and was soon beyond the 5cnt out of the country. On to lies Cool Rar a a Minier for six months a motion which was Carritti by a Large majority. Origin of the word derivation suggested tor this word in Todd a edition of Johnson is confirmed by the particular explanation of later lexicographer. In 1510, a a Ilver mine was discovered at Joachim a that St. Joachim a Dale in Bohemia and the proprietors in the following year issued a great number of Silver pieces of about the value of the Spanish pm of our it which by be the name of Joachim a thal4r, subsequently abbreviated into gone mad at a moment s warning. The physicians scarcely knew How to treat him. The confinement to which he was at first subjected however was thought inexpedient and he seemed to justify their Lenity by the gentlest behaviour when at Liberty. He seemed oppressed by a heartbreaking melancholy. We All of us were aware of the slender pecuniary resources upon which he had to depend and fearful of offending his sense d. Liar. Thus the Dollar Lik the Guinea com of delicacy by offering to pay for a a verson memo rate the plate from which it w As Ungi to sit up and watch Over him amongst the Nally coined. Paradise people of the Parish of Assumption Louisiana Are enjoying a Happy state of affairs if the late report of the grand jury tells tiie truth. It say there is no one confined in the Parish prison and if there was it would hardly hold the prisoner. The doors Are so Mie of them wanting the roof leak the lightning Rod is broken Ami is More dangerous to the building than it to Rod a i Ted there Are no Beds or bedding the w Ell is filled up w Ith trash arid mud and is unreal members of the class and which w Ould have been but lightly Felt we resolved to take our turns in guarding and Vuu Tchong with him and it was upon my first night of duty that the incident occurred to which 1 have referred above. It had been snowing the whole of the Day. But the Sun had set with a red Rill in the Clouds and the face of the sky was swept in an hour to the Clarne a of the thy. Yes says the or Vort the jail in in a very Blue ill a Maiden key e. The heaven was cleanly order to the Praise of the jailor. Hie one Ilass of gloriously Brilliant stars and lamp court House is touch rut of repair and is in danger of falling the roof leaks and ii it decayed the a ills Are Rotten. The court room and indeed the other rooms in the budding Are uncomfortable Arlic Laily in Rainy Ami Windy weather. In he jury room is notch too Small and very uncomfortable. �?Thi�4 jury would respectfully recommend Sash and glazed doors and windows. The wealth of geology t in Moon looked like a gorgeous in a setting of the deepest azure. I took my books and with hot punch a cold Chicken and a fire 1 looked Forward to it As merely a studious night and As the vein try wind of january rattled in at the j old windows i thrust my feet into slip it ers Drew my dressing Gow n about Rne explorations of this Ute have Quot brought the and congratulated myself upon the execs Light the fact that it abound in the most Vaiuta Sive comfortable Ness of my by Mineral productions. Bituminous and an Drey Ling slept soundly and i becoming tirante Coal i found in great quantities in the Carje 0fmy studies looked around the a Ami Stone Region and among the mountains,.Iron Lea i and Copper. I at week a we learn apartment Lor some Book Tovy or my read Froin the Nashville Union a gentleman from Aring a the a Book of martyrs a was the Kan As brought to that City several masses of to Unie 1 pitched upon and i was soon Quartz an Gold frown which a t.r�?~_ct5,j lost in its soul thrilling narratives. I read reach of danger. Several women and children were cruelly put to death after they w Ere made prisoners on the route to the Indian towns. On the second Day of their Captivity mrs. Bland one of the prisoners made her escape in the Bushes. Totally unacquainted with the surrounding country and destitute of a guile for eighteen successive Days she rambled through the w oods without seeing a human lace without clothes and subsisting upon sour grapes and Green walnuts until she w As a walking Skeleton. On the eighteenth Day she was Dently discovered and taken to Lynn a station where from kind attention Ami careful nursing her health and strength was soon restored. The situation of mrs. Polk another prisoner w Ith four children was almost As pitiable As Liat of mrs Bland. She was far advanced in a state of pregnancy Ami compelled to walk until she became almost incapable of motion. She was threatened with death and the Tomahawk brandished Over her head by one Indian when another who saw it begged her life a took her under his care mounted her on his horse with two of her children and conducted her safely to Detroit. Here she was purchased by a British trader Well treated and enabled to write to her Husland who though a resident of the station was absent All the time of her ,luring i or iat a it or re a a a front . under a itch . A proved or i Aridj and Ewijk Uther Iti Immi to 17 of joining the Rome ame or a a a a j feet. The feet Are at such a distance in Tom a the wheel at the Cistern not the tem that the circular inn of the bios May be Verv easily cheeked there Tel j Lor nil this Ami although every pm of common sense should be aware of the Tritth of what we have state there is mar met of the human indy a it it much trifle Wrath a the feet. The you tag Ami a Hild by gun Lee i looted or amp their feet into thru it food j hone Pinch ing boots Ami shoes in re or to display neat feet in the fashionable a a be j of the term. There is one great evil against which every person he it pm be Ott their guard am it i a a no which i nut of ten guar led again a a we mean the Chung ing of warm am cold a hoes to hoots y i change is often rnai Fetna a thick to than i sole shoe without reflecting on the consequences that might ensure. In Eoll f weather boots and a lives made of Gmo to thick leather both in sole am upper j should be worn by All. Water lights Are not it they Are air tight also i India rubber Over shoe should never be worn except in wet it a by Wreather no a i then not very Long it a a Nee. It to hurtful to the feet to it War any Wering that is airtight Over them and Lof this in Diu rubber should be worn As self Ivan As possible. No a part Ltd the to adv should he allowed to have a covering Liat entirely obstructs the passage Ltd the Rwy bomb Aein a Gas from the pore of the pm outward and the moderate passage of air in Ward to the a Kin. Life a an be a let to re Yed in a very Short Lime by entirely closing up the pores of the skin. To old warm to a re mrs and thick sole i re of am shoes Are conservators of health and of human scientific. In a it or. The fir get anaemic a it attempt to set up a newspaper in North America so far a a an be ascertain was Mode in Bostur in ibid. Of the a Vaj it or then issued Only one copy 1 known to be in existence Ami that copy i deposited in the state paper i London. Number 1, of this paper am the Only number Ever published is dated nip tember 25, la i. It is a Small Sheet of four Quarto Vage. A me of which is Blank and contains a record of passing occurrence. Foreign and a Lonie tic. Immediately on its publication it was noticed by tie legislative authorities. Four Days af3nr, they up it be of it As a pamphlet a Ute that it came out contrary to Law and contained a reflections of a very High nature they strictly forbade a anything in print without licence first obtained from those appointed by the government to Grant the it printed by Richard Pierce for Benjamin Harris. The latter Hod printing House in Boston and printed chiefly for booksellers. He was born in la Ondy it a and returned to that place Asnaul the year d2m.�?dunton, an in Gish bulk seller who Hall h4en in Riston m his life anti errors a or Intro at it it to log i it a 17<h>, say of Benjamin Harris a the was a brisk a it a Crter of English Hber Tea am once printed a us do with very talc. He sold a protestant Petitto in King Charles reign for which he was Fine have pounds am he was a Nice ent to the Pifelo re. But his Wiley like a kind rib �1�hm by him to defend her husband against the mob. After this Luv my a Deal of Mercury in his natural True died to new Fng tul Wiere he followed and then Coffee a Elbing. And then printing but confirmed Ben Harris still Ami i now both bookseller and Printer. In Grace Church Street a we find by his London Post. So uial his i general but never impertinent and hts wit pliable to All off alone to present himself for trial and certain condemnation. On the Way he was overtaken in the Woods bar. In wards a member of the Council of Massachusetts which at that time was the supreme executive of the state. This gentleman asked him whither he was going a to Springfield sir a a to be tried for my to this casual interview Jackson owed his escape when hav ing Lieen found guilty and condemned to death application was made to the Council for mercy. The evidence ant the sentence were stated and the Prev ident put the question whether a Don should he a of Posco i by the first speaker the ease he said w As perfectly Clear the act w As unquestionably High treason and the prof Complete and if mercy was shown in this Case he saw no cause w by it should not be granted in every other. Few governments have understood How just and politic it is to be merciful this opinion accorded with tie temper of the times and was acquiesced in by one Mem t her after another till it came to or. Edwards turn to speak instead of delivering his opinion he simply related the Story of Jack Sony a singular Demeanour and a Liat had passed Between them in the wools. For the Honor of Mas each setts and of human nature not a Man was found to weaken its effect by one of those dry \ Legal remarks which like a blast in the j desert Wither the heart they reach. The Council began to hesitate and when a member ventured to say that such a Man ought not to be sent to the Gallows a Nat j Era feeling of humanity and Justice prevailed and a Pardon was immediately made s let nit Ion Flig Tiline. The or a old in i a Large portion of the 4 1-2 per cent loan contracted at London was paid in Gold or Silver. Still the circulation of Gold Coin does not seem to have augmented and indeed Gold appears but very rarely in the Ordinary transactions of business at St. Petersburgh or Moscow. We can Only explain this state of things by the accumulation of Bullion in the government coffers and by the diffusion of Gold Coin through the provinces a Udall parts of the vast Empire. The purchases made by the government for the army kc., being generally lib Jui dated in Gold the russian half Imperial have lately acquired a Large currency in Germany and it May thus be supposed that a rather Imp Tant amount of our Gold Coin has gradually passed into circulation in this manner. The a mention of the population and the Large class of the Community will also account for a considerable absorb Ion of Gold but even All the these circumstances taken together do not sufficiently explain the state of our circulation whener it spared with the production p Russia which furnishes so Large a proportion of the general production of the Globe excluding a Al Fomia. The production of Gold by Russia has contrary to the assertions made by some newspaper correspondents been decreasing since 1m7, which May in part be attributed to a progressive tax on the produce of the mines capture. the receipt other letter the an t �?z�?zhit., in proportion to the Qumi husband immediately repaired to Detroit a y. f obtained his wife and five children and returned with them to Kentucky. After the peace of the succeeding year the remainder of the prisoners were also liberated Aud returned Home. ¿10 of pure go Al. 2.3 Carat Fine. The Rock and Ore were precisely similar in appearance to the Ore brought from California. Emph Vii Catov a family Macclesfield courier of a recent a late says there is at this time a Man residing in that town an irishman whose Grandfather a Felt a some years a of at the a a of ninety nine. Daring his file he had been the husband of five wives by whom he had become the father of thirty seven children. Thirty two sons of the thir Ari every Day matter that a Housa mls follow thou Sands in a constant Stream a generally the new learn by a gentleman w to came passenger Comers Are pleased Wilh the change arid write Jim a a the a from new Buffalo that the Jor their Friend. Let them come. There is Fozan Central rate Raff Tiack was washed room enough for the hone us Indus Tou use Lor tic distance of one Hundred and fifty virtuous of every land a merc dunes. To re. At a Jav Paw Creel a a hit Cooee a i to saturday a a in one of the rer., iriof�ties which �z\0au&Quot we a ,4j a a a a in prevent what will Lee exhibited am world a fyr these e in a a Eliou Accident a the Lork courier and enquirer printed on a Douwe of say a Ltd a precipitated a distance of sleet. The dimensions of flu Mammoth �1 it r is on the Road however i Are five Leel Irhe by nine feet four inches j m of of cigars a a interrupted. And its to it is a Little Over bait a Poutie t Quot o x 1 u the True distance from St. Josephus i Sori by the. Or mento Cuy As mean a de by res or. Pia a new York let season. A 1.j37 mile. Tie sole contribution of Cuba to the on am on. The College clock struck it seemed to me the quarters rather than the hours. Time flew it was three. Horrible most horrible i started from the chair with the exclamation and Felt As if Scalp was lifted from my head. It was a description in the harrowing faithfulness of the Olden time painting almost the Artic j these thirty one enlist�4� in the army. The thir late groans of Tutlo impaled Christian. I to second who did not enlist occupies a situation Cjan the old Iron bound Book and Rush an Iron foundry m Thor him and i the Foth a t0 the window As if my heart was eol a Laree family. One of the daughter a de 8 a a ,. Forty a in live in a Ndon and is the Mother of a tilling Lor fresh air. Again at the fire Twenty four children. And 1 sat gazing As if totally unable to Ami. A a but a. A a a a us a Ferrul incubus that Opprel a a the Bill for the Lomer Orlini of in Karo pm �1 me. 1 lie Marl a a then on the and North american railway pay sed the new very Hearth with the stakes scornfully Brunswick a Semb a on the 20th, thirty three crossed on his Bod and As tie Large coals foe. In by p a Nice 1� to Tak of a ,0 he a it wider and revealed the Bright the amount of 250.���i Poumal Sterling am i due provincial debentures bearing interest at six per cent. Her annul Reid Demable in thirty year. Or. How writes from England that parties in Lom Don will take these debentures without guaranty at 5 her cent. Foj Means where is the Horae a a the broke the a table into kicked the traces open an 1 run round the lamp Post unt de Corner grocery like Der a Strong Corr pendent of the Florence a Gazette is rather Strong in his Ness within 1 seemed to follow the nerve a rending instrument from this to shoulder and suffer with him Pang for a Rig As j if the burning redness were the pools of his feverish blood. A Alia a it struck upon my ear like the j cry of Quot some exp Ting fiend. A Ahai 1 1 sunk into the chair As the awful cry was repeated and looked fearfully Over my shoulder. There was a rustling in the bed and then 1 found the wild eyes of my cup Rcd of a of disapprobation oath a a a who Are it it Eli &Quot&of.i�.uioi. Flu i a a. He up Tiquet Liick a cad fax Fly upon me. Or a Man of that character could not get a meals observed Ziy glance and springing Over Canavit Post office have before stated that the Canadian Post office has been transferred from the Home to the colonial government. We further learn that it is to be in charge of a postmaster general responsible to the people at a salary of a k 0 per Day with a seat in parliament. Prepayment of letter postage is optional franking is no allowed and postmasters May demand the exact amount of postage in current Coin of pos Stamps. All papers printed in Canada and sent to subscribers in the United states postage free to the lines. A census of Rio de Janeiro City Brazil taken in the latter part of the year 1k4p, showed a total population there of 205,90t> inhabitants. In the City Ami surrounding districts there were 2tiu,4tit> inhabitants of which number 154,093 were born in Brazil and 112,273 born in foreign countries. Of the native brazilians 75,718 were men and 78,345 women. Of the persons of foreign birth 77.217 were men and 35,156 women. The Large proportion of foreigners has been caused by the constant influx of a laves from Africa. There were 43,149 men and 22,871 women slaves classed among the foreigner. Of the free population 14,813 were married 2,503 widowers and 60,963 a Ingle 12.963 females were married 6,213, widows and 49,314 single. To produced established since that period. A the government possessing a monopoly of the melting of the a rations Metal the produce of private mines yielding More than three fourths of the total production is handed Over to government which coins it or disposes of it otherwise. The rus a Sian government has naturally followed with attention the fluctuations of Gold in Oiler parts of Europe but the recent prohibition of the exportation of Gold seems to indicate that it will not meddle with the positions of its Gold . Petersburg journal few. 8. W Atee proof a agon tent. To i Ery gallon of spirits of turpentine put two and a half pounds of beeswax generally a peaking it will take two Gallons to a Wagon tent for a six horse Wagon. Boil Well the a cages of i to sumption and other leading diseases in to urn for fire \ ears. A or. Simon the City registrar state that for the live years ending 1850, 250 person have been Dently killed in Rry ton 116have died of Rappop flex 1,-184 of disease of Bowel 261 of disease of bladder 156 of congestion of brain 2.8n8 of consumption 461 of convulsions 148 of croup 101 of cancer 612 of cholera 2n6 of cholera inf Antum 148 of canker. 167of child bed diseases 310 of dior Sra. #i5 of dysentery .325 of dropsy 675ot dropsy on brain 137 drowned 49delicuuu Kremens 166 Ery is Pele to is Scarlet lever 1,237 typhus fever 738 lung fever la brain fever 224 whooping cough 2h disease of heart 103 intern Perance 1,362 infantile diseases 113 liver i sons a 434 diff mation of lungs 395 of Maras us 465 measles .�?~<89 old age 116 pleurisy 146 pals 17 rheumatism 43 disease of spine 51 scr Fula 59 suicide 343 smallpox 463 teething 84 to my or 28 ulcers and 36 Worms. A a it re was recently submitted to a mry in this county which for its Novelty Oral Happy re nit deserves a place in the reports it aryan from the following Eiilwn Staliwe Twe men living near neighbors bad a foiling out about the of one of Ike Partum frequently gelling a a the enclosure of the other and which finally resulted i the death of the cow she having 6em a a on by dogs am chased til she run against la stump and broke her neck the Case has submitted to a jury of twelve respectable and Weahry farmer�., alter hearing related Oil the circumstances they made up their my a that the in the a a me pot have a Large Iron pot close 1 a a writer of the cow could not afford to loss at hand with a Litte fire under it to keep Fier and that the owner of the dog it warm put the tent in am turn it Over frequently punch and stir it about with a stick rounded at the end. When every part is saturated put it on a Fence to dry. And you will have a tent that will lie More than twice a durable As any other and will turn every drop of water will keep your Wagon dry thereby save you in a in a year or so end it ugh in doctors Bills to pay for fifty Wagon tents of the kind. By using Wiite beeswax and lessening about half the Quantity of Wax you May Render w a riot Able to pay few Ber they therefore rendered the following verdict that the jury should pay the value of the cow the magistrate treat the party and the Constable pay the Coots. The verdict a immediately ratified am satisfied to the great Joy of lbs entire . Dmm. Original receipt Roa the As or one part finely pulverised Saltpetre and mix with two part White sugar reduce to flour. This is an leggings or wrappers course overcoats Mim a a a a Quot a a a a to capes umbrellas kc., perfectly water �-6� rom Milf in of Stooge of the proof without injuring tie material of which they Are made in the planter. Victuals or a bed to sleep on at my House. My dog should not bark at Krai. If i was of catch a Buzzard Oating tie of a diem most i would a Hoot it. Tiey Are last of ail creation tit for nothing but to be winked at by negroes kicked at by Tuples gored by bulls and butted by rain. The Ted turned the key and dashed it furiously through the windows. A Why have you left your bed a i asked in a tone of forced mildness. To kill you a in another moment the nightstand was swept from Between a j and he struck me Down Wilh a blow Liat would Piave felled a giant. His knee was instantly upon my breast am his fingers conveying an English of a youngster who had commcnce.1 that study of natural Piilo no it was one Dav add to mention the properties of heat to which be r Quot the chief property of beat u that it expands grasped my the agonies of , while cold contract suffocation 1 slur of Oul my Arm and Al a a very can you give me a familiar sex buried it in the fire non the Hearth. With an expiring thought i grasped a handful of the red hot coals and pressed them against his Side and for a moment of a actor asking earnestly is of Edward he recoiled. Kean a Sucre in new York put questions a 1 darted to the w window and to my unto How he was Rece veil and whether at the Eoj utter blk Joy 1 raw the figure of a watch of the first Soliloquy there were any vent by i e Ai Tartre it f hosted to the him and Grey Ling leaped to his feel rep a usual at the fir to Entrance o. 1 a there is time yet said the madman Ampie pm u. . In Ummer. When it is hot the a Lay is Long White in Winter when the Day i a it becomes Catarrh Sull Taal he a loll fill up the nose a a dozen times or More a Day according to the severity of the Ai Fellion. Persons frequently die of Catarrh in the head Yankee gentleman the disease becoming so bad that the Mur Frimet around to Cus inst Pilof i Luire Toj to Hirouth the Noel As it should do fall Down the thru and pm the lungs producing a a or Throat the origin of which is not suspected and terminating fatally in Many Mstan tee in that most dreadful of All disease a a a a sumption. The i ease becomes so terrible in some Ernes bit persons have been unable to Steep in a bed they were a barn or understand say the Western times that or. N. View the different objects of attraction in Tuckett intends to covers Large barn 110 j their Unity of Boston brought him to bit fact Long and 29 feet w Ide on his farm at Ker Hill. They stood looking at the head tree with a Glass roof after the up landed Shaft when the Yankee said Model of the Palace of gloss. The sex i a a this is the place where Warren Pense will that to be above two thirds Cost a a a replied the englishman evidently of state and he anticipates several Adan j not posted up in local historical matters tages from this novel roof among other a did it Hurt him much a Hie native it May be applied to dry ing Corn during a looked at him with the expression of four compelled to sleep am die in their chairs catching Harvest. The com can be placed teen fourth of july s in i Connie Nam a. The mucus from the head should never by in the Inion immediately on being reaped a Hurt him Quot said he he was killed sir allowed to pass Down the Throat to should where it who hav e the Benefit of the Sun a nah he was he a said tie stranger still All pass out the nostril when it shines be protected from the eyeing the m<mim��n4. And of smiting its showers and also dried by artificial heat height m his own mind foyer by Lajer if required and then in Ricks under a Cor a Well i should think he would to foil so ered stack Yard. This will enable the land to be immediately slowed up and Owa a Good Opportunity to enlarge Sun tiie Wilh turnips or rape which will prepare glorious a vents connected with the Lull the fond for another Cereal crop the Fol and the benefits therefrom flowing for our lowing year so that he anticipates three somewhat extensive country and Toon crops in two him into a Good huor. Eil a Gaza Rea 3h4.8 j0 if ii of South Carol a 1850�?-free 2n3,73<�, Siavin the native tor i Imir hut it �>68.457. 1� lb4-Frt 26to,.>�5, h Sfovza 32734 wto45w,439. The pop Lavion of Charleston has greased 4 j�8 since the Jenaras of 1849. The Toner Taal of population of the tale for the last Tew years shows a increase of Over 46,0c0

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