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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 26, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Burlington weekly Telegraph re Jimr a it i it i Xor lit All the Ltd smote Aiu St to Tiv Coustry s. Iii Coti it and Tiu i mily newspaper Neutral in politics. And devoted to literature. Science. Commerce agriculture. The Mechanic arts. And the general news of the Day. By Morgan amp my Kexby. Burlington Iowa saturday. April 26. 1851. Tai weekly Telegraph. \ v. April in. Fairfield Plank Road. Subscriptions to the above Enterprise Are be Mie Quot threat rapidity and liberality. Col. A false Prend to of the company made our City Utitz Friday last. Rod shortly after the books opened private subscription to tie Tim a her of share were taken to which May be 0 More on the part of the City making i be rail of air cult pm. The cheerfulness with which our people encumber themselves with taxes to say nothing of the Large amounts Given out of hand in Aid of Public improvements has already Given them a reputation abroad of which they May justly be proud. But their liberality does not end Here. If a poor fellow is unfortunately Burnt out they immediately make him whole Ami a Little Over. \ Erien Lav morning we met one of our merchants making the tour of our Burine House for the ail which will have been taken in j benevolent purpose of soliciting a new Stock and a j3tl shares in go Ron a subscription which it i Unne Ces Tux to will be doubled if need be. By which certainly Ery Liberal As it stand and we Are certain it jute Witch As was expected at our hand. Tii amount taken at Fairfield thus far including that which it is understood will be voted on the part of the corporation is some $25,- pm. K tie is in for Between two and three thousand. Mount plea an which is deeply interested in the Road will doubtless go into it Vert liberally. With the several amounts above a new Start to a country merchant some Miles Distant from us. Who recently lost his by the Accident of fire. He bad dealt occasionally but not largely among us. And yet our business men were tendering libera assistance both by gratuities and Long credits. Such acts speak volumes in favor of our citizen and Are justly indicative of the character of our people. Kven the numerous Ami Beautiful edifices which we see prot my us dedicated to the worship of god. Ami erected chiefly through the munificence of not iced together with the Suba Crip ions of my or citizen Are scarcely More enduring Evi , we May say that we already know where fort of be fifty thousand Are to coma from. With a Little doubling at Fairfield and a Little Riff along the line there w ill be no difficult in finding the other ten thousand. We Leam from the energetic president of the company that it is the intention to Grade the extent of the Road to e present season and to Bridge Skunk River As the first step in the Enterprise. A this is most commendable and evince a spirit which must commend the Enterprise to the Confidence. Fall concerned and elicit the be to wishes of the pubic at Large. It i with unfeigned pleasure that we congratulate our Western friends upon this auspicious dawning of their future. They have entered upon a labor which reflects the hightest credit upon their intelligence and Enterprise and which Mil a id largely to their Prosperity by great i v augmenting their population and by opening up Tew Ami important resources to business. We had hardly dared to Hope to have them for friends an 1 near neighbors in to Short a time As is now promised but to dispense with All unnecessary talking upon the occasion we would refer them Lothe alacrity of our citizens in putting Down their subscript ions As the Best and truest indication of Public feeling among us. It is proper to add that further subscriptions would yet be added but that besides the mount pleasant Road which a already draw n upon us for nearly $60,0�, our citizens feel Bourt i to keep in Reserve a portion of funds in Aid of the Lowell and Brighton Road and the Warren Road opposite us in Illinois. To the fir i and last of these subscriptions Are now going on Aluig us. For the Brighton Road nothing a yet has been done among us. And Many Are holding hark from other works in order that the Brighton Road. Whirl is important to us should receive a fair share of favor. The Virginia drove Road enters largely info our intention to say nothing of the Mammoth bleeding which must take place in Aid of the Peoria rail read so that our friends at a distance will see that Burlington a got her hands full. We state these facts not with a View of indicating that Burlington is wearying in Good work or that she will withhold a helping hand from those w to May have even the most Remote claim upon her hut to impress upon those at a distance whose interest it May he to connect w Ith us the importance of depending fir to upon themselves. I Airfield has pursued this course and the very Energy with which a he a acted a served to secure for her troop of friends and a much larger subscription than anyone had anticipated. Hedge we would again Call the attention of Farmers and others to the importance of planting the hedge Thorn As a fencing for Fields. The Experiment has been eminently successful wherever tested. It makes the cheapest and Beri Fence in the world and is at the same time ornamental. We Feci anxious to see these fences introduced upon our Prairies and have therefore agreed to Burden ourselves with the task of making contracts for their delivery at this place. Any orders left with us for a Supply for next Spring will he attended to with pleasure. Printing paper. Ink would Call the a mention of printers throughout the state to or. Gays advertisements. Lie keeps always of hand a Large Supply of printing papier of a Riou sizes printing Ink. Ac., and can furnish at a Inch rates As to make it an inducement to printers to Deal with him. Dences of their liberality than these minor gratuities which bring Comfort to the horseless and Send the despairing on their Way rejoicing. Fat a correspondent of the Muscatine enquirer. Writing from Oskaloosa in a favor of a connection with Muscatine by Means of a Plank Road takes occasion to say that the furling Tonia. Who own nearly All the Burlington and it. Pleasant Road Are very anxious to have the Peu Leof Oskaloosa connect tor the Tri weekly Telegraph. Hirer a Linen Tifful steel plate Rugrat ing of a ult Yolay in a a Lute now in the pome wion of ii. It. Starr hop of this Citer. By ppr. Z. Riascos. 0 strike the Lute i love i to nah. Fur rupture a Leejen up a it strings and will awake at Beauty Tou it. T a fire the heart with what she Vine and love will Cuate with laughing Eye and Cheek All flushed with re by mirth to Wijt tear a of St tvs dry a i Wuo byrian wit to Earth. 0 Trike the Lute Why should gang the sole Delight of Sod at give he pair d n tue chant along. And new i excite the heart to lore. 0, sure a ome Angel breathe his sigh in the i pm <4 that soft Lute a Beauty thrilling fingers Fly Over chords which a Erst were cold Ai d mute. 0 strike the Lute Ami let the pain. I hat thrills the heart to it be mine a and All the rapture of each Strain in on my on a spell divine. For there a pleasure in each to line a Joy the a a Ltd can never know a magic breath d from lips unknown and turns to Itilio our Lien woe. Burlington april 19th. 1s51. In Lank Komi meeting a Richland. At a Plank Road meeting held at Kich lend on the 12th Day of april a. D. 1851. Upon motion of John Wasson Marcello Meacham was called to the hair and Mcelderry was appointed Secretary. Whereupon the articles of association of the Brighton and Richland Plank Road company were read considered and adopted w Hen. On motion the following commissioner were with them in order that the proceeds of our. Appointed to open books and solicit subscriptions Road Mav he increased but that we wish this 1 tor Stock done at the exp a Erie of the people of Mahaska and Keokuk co utities we regret that we have lot the paper containing the article hut the above is a fair statement of its meaning. It is of course the privilege of the writer to urge and measure which May strike his judgment As preferable but it is hardly proper to make insinuations which Are not founded on let. Of All the towns in the state Burlington is the last which should he upbraided for a want of liberality. We Hen the correspondent of the enquirer shall come to a knowledge of the $60,000 invested in the Burlington am it. Pleasant Plank Road but Little Over $3.000bpirtg owned out of the City that in addition to this we have already gone the snug stun of $6,500 for the Extension of the Road from it. Pleasant to Fairfield and further that stir citizen notwithstanding subscriptions in other quarters stand ready to a Siri in the construction of the Road from it. Pleasant to Brighton which is considerably on the w a to 0-Kalooa. He will probably see that he has been Labouring under a serious error. It a always been the expectation and intention to extend the Road not Only to Oskaloosa but to fort de Moines a hut tie writer should remember that the world was not made in a Day and that Plank Road Cost Money. If Oskaloosa shall find that it will he better and cheaper to connect with Muscatine she will of course adopt that route am no one will have cause to complain of her action. It in. After All. A matter entirely of a Elf interest in which All Are expected to exercise their Best judgment. Shot san Francisco courier announces the death of James c. Holmes a lawyer of that cite. Who committed suicide by blow ing his brain out ii had been suffering much mental anguish on account of pecuniary difficulties. Brighton a. T. Sales s. Good r Eli a. Hart. Oak p. Meacham a. Allen we. Reed. Richland John Wasson s. Harned w. Bris ton. Burlington a. A Grimes ii. W. Starr. W. F. Cool Baugh. It. Pleasant a. B. Porter we. Thompson a. Saunders. On motion the Hooks were opened and subscriptions for Stock were immediately taken when four thousand one Hundred and fifty dollars w a Euser bed. The male Siml territories a the a in. To lib Constitution of the United states was ratified by the thirteen original states in the follow leg order i Delaware dec. 7,17x7. 1 dec. 2, 177. 3 new Jersey Dee. Is 17x7. A i Georgia Jan. 2,17. A Connecticut Jan. A 78. 6 Massachusetts feb. 6, 178. 7 Maryland. April 2s 178. Soith Carolina May 23. It. 9 new if Upshire june 21, i7 <8. 10 Virginia june �?~26, its 11 new York Only 26, 17. 12 North Carolina. Nov. 21, it1. 13 Rhode Island mov 29. 1799. States admitted into the Union since the a lop to envy the Constitution 11 Vermont March 4, 1791. 15 Kentucky june 1, 1792 Joti Tennessee june 1.17%. 17 Ohio. Nov. 29, it a. 1 Louisiana april. 112. 19 Indiana Dee. Ii 116. 2<� Mississippi Dee. 19, 117. 21 Illinois. Dee. 3, 1xjx. 22 Alabama dec. Ii. 1x10. 23 Maine March 14, 181�?~j. 21 Arkansas june 15, Lwi. 25 Michigan. Jan. 26, 18 to. 26 Florida March 3, j815. 27 Texas. Dec. 21. 145. �?T28 Iowa. Dec. 28. 140. Wisconsin mat 29. 18. 31 California sept. 9.1850. Territories for which territorial governments hate been established by the Congress of the i United states Oregon Utah Minnesota new Mexico. The nation comprises a group of thirty one states and of possesses besides an almost hound less Public Domain out of which Many additional states will be formed hereafter. Anecdote of a Diana Monkey. Away lie would relax i limb Ami often Fern Aenied dread. My a or i a Flo although anecdotes of monkeys Are As one Eye very cautiously hut in he caught it is a question often s ked. Why bread the following the court so twice a numerous As the beings to whom they owe a glimpse of the punt her a cae the eyes hiked in i Din Harg should by so much bet of the t lev Eland Putin dealer. Moj v in their origin although Uliey Are brought Lor j were quickly closed As with the rigidity ter than the London bread and the pro j a renting at the present rim Toth use who Ward toll Ages and All times still 1 have i of death. After four months sojourn Tiv Duee of the French oven w Mindi better j Are engaged in the Busine in this observed that no one gels tired of them. Get her. I quilted Jack off the Seille than either. Other we have re a Lew d it s in a re a a a Hasty i i that their histories or portraits create an j lands and understood that i was much re interest common to All human beings of greeted. Whatever race or in whatever situation j the negro delights in relating the wonders or the Rogu eries they perform and the saying a that m Zikies could talk if they liked Only they Are afraid White men would make them work if they did a is everywhere to get heard among the More indolent inhabitants of the tropics. Englishmen w Omen and children resemble their i a the Monkey that uts a the work. From rite new Orleans Delta. I Tiki title a crime St exact stub v Ikon real lire in my . Mark that to re is no bread equal to the to i a in. Hruncev celebrated belgian. Now. Supposing the floor to get sugar cum p. In f a a aug a county the f men the same in All there can us my to Ihl that Era Teshler in Auburt i Portage own Tiff the difference must face air Rietl to the a a re he taps f Ruuti Twenty Tulve Hurel Resl to Tow a a qualities of the Vesaf pm pin esl in the to Kousal Trees by for Twig with a half ii Ali different countries. 1 it the Eirc in tan Auger puts in Tomii two to three up or pcs have become a philosophical question for each tub the Tulis All he aug pm be of and for the future it is the fault of the in the Spiles. It requires the service of from i habitats of the least favored tint District j a gym to ten person and f of r horse to Lind at has in turning the Heads of the Louisville people As she a those of every other place she has visited. Only hear in what a Strain of rap Sody the courier indulges after her first concert the Quot Horne Sweet Home a of Jenny Lind baffles desorption and made an impression upon tie entire audience that we have never seen w Hen the great St. Charles hotel was Black Brethren Quot Anil i Here is vet another i he re iffy a us he w Hoe Cit it a a in a tac feeling in which the most Savage and the j pm in exd tement and alarm App re refined seem to agree it is the dislike or being ii lulled from the Quantity mortification Call it which you will that a near i a burning fragments which we fed in seeing How nearly they reset j Mere hurled in every direction by there to Jume in a Urpsis will we get be ourselves. There was a restless tor of Quot i trial the con ii ton would pc get it Ere on if heroine generally Aitel u it a ten Ting agile creature on Board a vessel r., father i Themi get a a this in formula Given is As follows a in which 1 sailed up the african River j eng and confusion a Stonge take of flour three pounds Avon spots who was incest titty teasing and hovering i Puro of to a Ness and a it Possession was Bra Bonate of Tola 1 drachmas a. Exhibited in the fourth Story of one of the \ i i ,ir., if they do not Tunin Bre cd quite As go so a Irir re or this can Only is a aged he not a ing Veat at ail. But Neh of its constituents readily procured from the next chemist on which it fermenting property depend and this application of a a carry mall Pirt. The boiling work Are in a Large Frame building built on a Side Hill in which i an old vat. Resembling an old raw Milt Floum. Which wifi hold some two ban land lifts Lorres of sap. The sap i gathered in imn i wimp risks some six or seven feet Long Hoing about inc. If 1 called another he was sure to leap across the deck Ami come to per opt of the hotel. A 1,1, of ibid Donee conyae table Salt form that which the other would have Phi Rev or As of Serra sitting on his dra ohm. Bread made in the in one much better. I never thought myself \ in inf Quot a a ton Jagt rations contains nothing but tour Salt three or Flor barrel fifth in to a Kiml of Stone boat so a not to he thrown ofter hitting tree s and a turfs. It is to Fin he two horses to the boiling House and roofed off hydrochloric Ochi 5 thud drum water j a a the level with the vat. Am the sap runs and beguiling i labor by snatches of French air. The heat was so great that the houses opposite were seared and scotch cd. And the Glare of the Bright flames nearly blinded All beholder but the equalled. It May have Heck that our ask Lucia Tibig the Maiv v Virtues of Jenny Lind her open a handed charities tier a ostentatious bearing on motion Mcelderry was appointed to and a Tearance and her Freedom from All a a per intend the it Rin ing and distribution of tempts at stage effect with her Sini Rinju. May the articles of association to the several con univ have Given us Over wrought impression of her sinners. Musical Powers and excellencies. But without on motion the Sec retire was requested to stopping to inquire what has exercised the influx Forward a copy of the proceeding of this meet ence Over a. We we Are Labouring under my to the editors of the Fairfield. It. Pleasant an intoxication of Delight that Neve before has and Burlington paper for publication. On motion the meeting adjourned. Marcellus Meacham press to , Sec a planic read meeting. Pursuant to adjournment the Tork Holder in the Burlington and Warren Plank Road company. Met at the school Houe in Warren Henderson county. Iii., on saturday the 19th april in to. The meeting organized by calling j. G. Edward esq., of Burlington to the chair and appointing a. G. Tumble , Secretary. After organizing. T. I. Crocker f.-q., of Burlington addressed the meeting in held Sway Over our senses. Another great came doubtless that operated upon us. Was the unprecedented array of Cirii which we were a Urro tinder i on All Side. If any who were there that were strangers among its. Have heretofore doubted that kit Lueky was without i rival in the Union for the Beauty of her daughters. The a doubt in to have been do spelled or their virion must have been so obscured a to have rendered them incompetent judges. Louisville contributed of course the brightest gems tothe Galaxy with which we were surrounded but Lexington and Frankfort were fully represented and added Lustre and Beauty to the enchantment of the scene while ii it alone but this fellow a it head was sure to Start from some unexpected Corner and one Day wearied with his i perceived our Black Monkey fitting opposite to us. And said to him a Era Povzhi. That a your kind word., Ore j a a a Sigf Lwade Milo tailor Mamta ined a Cal. No,.old availed me alte Ard. For i pvt of Quot for m a never was forgiven the sane feeling might i a lame his sew ing in ieed in a very different form when a amid the Muse and Conlo Muo Friend of mine a fled me away from the a he no Huff w alls the Lou Huz Zas of the firemen Ami the noisy gusts of fire and wind. That so Long. Such thing ought never to i Quot a a v a Quot Uri Quot be two x�1 a a k i. A i i is. �?~�?~"i., in deadly in nut. I this philosophic individual was the following strange but True Ami water for the proportion of soda and hydrochloric acid used arc Tho a w i chemically comb n d make c Monou Salt. To ingredients should be mixed Vve ii Tiv Gether the soda Ami tour first which is St done by it Assing the former through a Tine Sieve and stirring it Well into the into it. It is then drawn through Elmhir tors into seven Large Sheet Iron boiler set in an Arch running parallel with the vat. After firing stiff Raily he Isril blown it i drawn off to put into casks to col after which it is put into a Kettle for the purpose arid boiled until it will Grain then put on two table and worker Velv with lever until dry and tit for barrelling. It will be observed that tour with the Hinnd. The Salt should next j arrangement save a great amount of contemplation of Landseer Adwir Abe Pic m a litre. Vve timing. A How my a you look at a let no Hyce i i _. I. . A i. I which seemed to meet like a Lew remark Ajir opiate to the occasion after which five per our neighbouring City St. Louis contributed of cent was paid on the Stock subscribed and her jewel who though few in number spark the follow i in officers elected led with a brightness that invited a comparison i Ebert Hopper president and the follow with t e choicest gems in our own casket ing persons directors Viz Philo ungerson.,. John s. Peasley Luke Palmer and t. D. I the Minro also Raph sodies after the follow Crocker. Market a subscription paper is in circulation for the improvement of Market a Juare. The subscribers propose to the City Council to erect a mar Ket House City Hall a provided the City will reclaim the Square from the ravage of the Creek. Some $1,090 have already been subscribed. Truly there appears to be no end to Public spirit Ami Public improvements it derogatory to them to sit in the same class with a Man having any Indian or negro articles of incorporation were then adopted by which the company i now organized. By order of the company the proceedings of the meeting Are to he Puli hed in the Burlington papers and the Oquawka Spectator. J. G. Edwards Chen. A. G. To vie Sec. The store it Jor Slitni is it i a it in slavery question is about to come before the new York courts in a new Shajne and under the following circumstances Quot it Are ears. That a Young Man hmm the South who i a petted of having a Little Indian or negro blood in his vein Gra lated ome time since at the new York University an i then entered i name in the Rednal department As a student of Niedzi after paid the usual fees. Some of the Southern fit winds Ron div frn overboard axed a a n the of upward Tup of the financier a Short distance above Clarksville a a Enger by the tame of James Mcellinney from Vevay Indi in ii who Vvan on i was to this City fell overboard and was drowned lie is understood to have a Bro her Alexander living in or neat Virginia Grove. He had $279 in Cash and a Gold watch with him. I effects can be had by application on Board the financier or to Mes is. Anderson a Coon St. Louis. One or the . J. Ii. Or Kenny of this City has been appointed a de Camp to the commander in chief gov. Hempstead with the rank of colonel a. Excellent selection and an appointment Well de served. We congratulate the colonel on his a Honor. Wonder who Quot the other Fellows a e to be ? fat companies of the 7th the St. Louts Republic a of Friday left be be Dav for the Texas lines on the steamers Pacific Ami grand Turk. The other four fein Priles Are now about leaving fort Leavenworth for fort Gibson but will proceed Overland. . Samuel Armor of be Frk in a been appointed professor of natural Ocif Fife in the University of Cleveland. Or. telegraphic dispatch from cd to of april 17, says the Hortn. Ilene a clan passed up to Day on team a Peytona. He apr eared in Fine spirits apr de health. A Large number of our a a Ren assembled on tie wharf to g ref his arrival. Affo Isumi Springer of a in county has been appointed Register of to a land office at Fairfield in this state in place of col. George Wilson resigned change take place 1st of May next. I aril Rovn a forty shares have if easy been taken at this place in the above re. The cite we understand will take More making eighty in All up to this time improve rent is of much importance to us. A a we Are glad to be that it is meeting with Era favor both in town and country. It a it doubtless be urged Forward to Early Coin Pion. Plank Road Var run at Ruttland. Aries it on is dare Clef a to the proceedings of a Road meeting recently held at Richland key so count or. Ttye object is the Extension of them. Pie a Ait and Burlington Road to that Point. Bland i a thriving town located in the a it of a Fine farming settlement and directly a a he route to Oskaloosa. Wish the Enterprise Ery Success. Among us. And judging from constant subscriptions no end to the purses of our citizens. The work proposed is highly necessary Ami Vve Hope it will not he permitted to lag for a moment. Death of get. Brig. Gen. Hugh Brady u. S. Army and for Many years commanding officer at Detroit died recently in that cite from the effects of a fill from his Carriage. He was nearly eighty years of age. Warren affords us pleasure to announce that a company for the conduction of the above work w organized on saturday lat. And 5 per cent of the Stock paid. Subscript Ion so tar quite Liberal. A number of our citizens were in attendance at the meeting. The proceedings will be found in another column. Valley . Howell paper comes to us increased in size and Imp oed in appearance. Or. H. Drops a portion of the former name Quot Keokuk Register and As a read on the fact that the fir to paper with which he was connected it Ore the above title to which he feels an old attachment. He says he has enlisted for life in the advocacy of whig principle. Ii. Is an Able writer ardently devoted to the principles which he supports and possesses in an eminent degree the Bull dog deposition of hang on Active Ness. Normal Are referred to an advertisement in another column by which it will be seen that an Institute for teachers upon the Normal plan will be organized at it. Peak ant on monday next. Large Stock or new . Michaels a. Clark at the old stand of Armstrong. Have just received and Are opening a targe Stock of new goods. They Are new Comers and will he glad to make the acquaintance of the Public. Advertisements in our next. District Spring term of the District court for this county will commence in this City on monday next. Telegraphed to a Ali Couri or publican. New Orle ans april Leith 11 p. M. Great fire in grand Guli. A Large fire occurred in grand Gulph miss., which consumed More than one halt of the town. It Iff Tipp Oid to have Heen Cali Mai by Sparks from a Steamboat. Ten thousand Bales of Cotton were consumed. Baltimore april 16�?# p m. The a learner brother Jonathan which has been detained Here three weeks for repairs sailed at noon for chagres with 123 passengers. George Long a negro boy 13 years old a arrested to Day. And he made a Lull Fonfe Rion of the murder oath child of or. Trempf. He says that Young Trempf and he had been spinning blood waited on the faculty and requested his i min . The professors did not know what to do in the matter and wavered in complying with the demand. At length they gave in. And told the Young Man that it would be better for him to retire. Conceiving this to be a dismissal he left 1he Cla and has now sued out a mandamus directed to the Profe a or requiring them to show Cau a Why they Refue to allow him to finish his studies. The subject is talked about a great Deal and no one knows what the result will Juthe Baltimore Sun gives the following account of a very sudden and singular death that occurred in East Baltimore on sunday night mrs. Margaret e. Jenney daughter of the late capt. Nicholas Myers and relict of the late capt. Joseph Jenney left St. Patrick a Church after service on her w a Home. She got As far a it 11 Quot in Mountain some 190 Letl As the dwelling of or. James e. Collins on Thomas Lireet where she went in Ami taking a seat told mrs. Collins that she Felt very unwell. A Glas of lemonade was brought to her. But she could scarcely talk or Swallow. Physicians were sent for and in a Short time or. In toes and Cockerill were in attendance but All j sufficiently firm the Tunnel i to 1m arched with their efforts together with a number of Friend Granite so As to prevent the Root from failing in. And acquaintance who were summoned could a it it 1 do not imagine it will require much Arch Root prevail again to the hand of death. She died at two of clock the physicians pronouncing the cause of her death to be apoplexy. My a Hiou the charms of Jenny a singing consists in a blending of All the perfections of musical Power. She warbles with the Bird in such a spirit. That the vocalist of the Grove May hide their head she echoes among the Mist of the Mountain in it Uch a style a to make us think that echoes were born but last night she measures her vocal Cord it with the breathing of tie flute am even Kyle and Seide Are fairly conquered. Critic have called Jenny singing cold Ami Passione. But we know nothing of the meaning of such terms w Hen applied to her. To us her ringing seems the purest of chastened by a faultless taste and warmed by a full and True appreciation of her Art. Is account the hearing of Jenny Linda a musical Powers a Joy beyond everything we have Ovner fenced in the Heau Fifel Art. Top of tone of Grace and sweetie and wonder will dwell in our memory while life shall last. They Are one of bet Eden s tones eluding death. To make Man Slutt is Best within him feel a top open i else a a de up Depths of heart and Wake to Active life the better part. Of Bis mixed nature being thus the tie that links us to car flow and throws us toward the by. Tier blur Ridge a it publish the following description of the great Blue Ridge Tunnel or tunnels from a letter to the Petersburg Democrat dated at the univ Emty March 21t the main Tunnel through the Mountain w ill be Between 4&>9 and 5900 feet Long nearly a mile. There Wilt also be two Shorter tunnels through the spurs of the Mountain distinct from the main Tunnel and from each other. Their length will be respectively 500 and 800 feet. All three Are jul pm Ess of run traction. The main Tunnel has been advanced on the East on the vat Dern Side some 250 feet. The work via commenced let fall. At the rate they have been going on with it the Tunnel cannot be Fin i hed in less than six years if indeed As soon. The whole Mountain in Rock a great portion of it very hard Rock. Where the Roek is not have been i obeyed but the rec collection of a Poynor flashed across me. After this i will not apologise for intruding an old ship companion of mine on your notice although he belongs to the never failing theme of monkeys. He was a native of the a old coast and was of the Diana specie Sivinia he had been purchased by the Cook of the vessel in which 1 sailed Iron Africa and was considered his exclusive property. Jacks place was then close to the caboose but As Bis education progressed he was gradually allowed an increase of lil Erly till at last he enjoyed the Range of the whole ship except the Cabin. I bad embarked with More than a Mere womanly aversion to monkeys it was absolutely antipathy and although i often laughed at jocks Freak still i kept out of i Way till a circumstance brought with it a Cloer acquaintance and cured me of my i . Our latitude was three degrees South and Vav to adv proceeded by occasional tornadoes the intervals of which were filled up with dead calms and Bright weather. When these occurred during the Day the Helm was frequently pushed and nil the watch below. On one of these occasions i was sitting alone on the deck and Reading intently Hen. In an in Tuut something the hero of Story Charles Roussel a poor French tailor on St. Charles Street Bein depressed in Fortune and spirit., a few Days ago suggested in the hearing of his wife the idea of suicide As a last resource against the ills of a hard existence. This idea fell like a spark on the tinder on the susceptible and Infin Mable character of this parisian Wile. She pronounce i it a heroic thought and declared that she would share his Fate a that a they had Long struggled together in life so they would pus into the other world hand in hand. Fortunately she Means of carry ing out their Noble purpose were conveniently at hand. I Slit had a Quantity of arsenic which she had bought to Poison rats. They could div it in two equal quantities and drink it off together. The Frenchman accepted the proposition and they were soon seated at the table Vav Ith a Tumbler before each. I Lere was a scene for the pen of sue or damns a a scene from real life equal to the most exciting pictures in their wild romances with slow precision and self pos Orion mrs. Roussel measured out the arsenic and poured the two equal portion into the tumblers. She then tilled them with Claret. They then looked Stead ear. Jimim d on my shoulders twisted its Tail i. R j ill at each other and a pause of some min to ind my neck and screamed close to my i a. A uts ensued during which they seemed to my immediate conviction that it was a ,. A. Let a making up their last accounts with this world. At last the wife spoke a a my dear you do not Are not afraid a afraid Quot exclaimed the heroic tailor Jack scarcely relieved me luit there was no help 1 dared not cry for assistance be cans i was afraid of him and dared not obey the next influence which was to Lump him off. For the same i a a Quot then seizing the therefore became civil from necessity i a t i i i c a. In ii. J the Glass he drank every drop of it. And Inni that nmn re Jack and i , Wil it him Clown ail a a he we into an Alliance. He gradually waned Hal pc had wallowed the fatal one. Her ins hold looked at my late examined my hands and rings with the most minute at heart relented against the cruel world a i a scrap of poo news for All who enjoy the hazy luxury of the Havana contribution to the worlds fair is a Rase of 11.900 cigars co find $3.&>99. The Xet Cork Maer Tiger is re Pon for the account and adds in the words of its cuban Corres Pou Dent i. The tobacco a Rno kers May expect Good i i put finding i have been informed that he would Par this War a the crop Vvan never larger or no Emo Tey. 1- applied to the Board of Public finer and having just returned from a forty Sev work to be allowed additional pay. I under in Days sojourn in the country i am satisfied jul however that instead of allowing him that no demand Likely to exist can consume it More pay the Board relieved i at of i con ing. A portion of the Rock is so very hard that one labourer holding a Drill and two labourer hammering us in it the entire Day with heavy Sledge hammers a Hole of an mob bore is not made More than two feet deep. About one Hundred labourers Are at work in the Mam Tunnel All irishmen. Tin work Goe on during the night a Well a during the Day of Coure the Tunnel a to be lighted up a Vii lamps even in the Day tire. The contractor undertook the work at $3 50 the cubic Yard ii me Moi Mii Iii. Ii a i. A a new views seemed to Spring up before her ten Ion Ami took thu biscuit which Lav by ,. Ai i i i c. ,.,. A and her mind resumed the balance irom inv Side Vav Hen i liked him Well enough.,.,. ,. H which it had been disturbed by the Stig to profit by his Friendship lie became a a r c i i it i a i r a Gest ions of suicide. She began to think constant source of amusement. She id like All nautical monkeys he was fond j of pulling off menus Caps As they slept and i a a better hear the i Are have i it to i s i a than Fly to others which Vve know not throwing them into the sea of knocking. A o ver the Parrot s cages to drink the water. Oder the impulse of these new Fet-1-As it trickled along the deck regardless of "p5 the it Rone car a from the table tie occasional Gripe be received of taking threw the contents of her Tumbler into the dried herbs out of the mugs in which fire place and proceeding loan old the men were making Tea of them of Dex Drew it a Muf mor powerful Terou sly picking out the pieces of biscuit j which were toasting bet wee u the bars of the grate of stealing the ear it enters tools in Short of teasing every thing and every Ilkiv but he was also a first rate Eques Triani. Whenever the pigs were let out to i a a a own i me most gramme Siv a run on the deck he took i station j attitude he did not express and doubt or behind a cask whence he leaped on the a uni hut when he saw her deliberately to it k of one of Siil a it of a a a of r Ina Lois course the peed was increased and the Drauglis Featt de via instead of the Cau be nails he stuck in to keep himself on pro j Morl which had been mixed Lor the Occa it Ted a squeaking but Jack was never i Fioz thin Quot pm his ni1, vat he 1 bad been the victim to the Wile of a Sec a Tage and labor. In addition to the boiling House there is a Good Frame dwelling House Ami a log stable for horses rows Kofl. The fixtures Are All permanent. To Kiing if altogether it is quite a business plat e at this season of the year. He makes from in to ten thousand pounds of sugar annually of a very Nice Quillicy. The Trees Ian the warm. The leu Tad of Senegel the hah Cypres of our non Ami tie famous Chesnul of Kurvi have been often cited As tha giants of the vegetable kingdom. But Towse sovereigns Are dethroned and put into Toto second rank by those lately discovered in Tasmania which leave far behind them those antique monuments of nature. Last week i went to see the two largest Trees in the world. Both of them Are on the Border of a Small Stream tributary to the River of North West buy in the rear of mount Are of the species mimed there swamp gum. I Ami no better than so Many infamous Ihirg Viiu j mgt it Compani Utis five of us measured them Tine of them had fallen we therefore easily obtained its dimensions. We found it Only 2t?0 Fet from the ground to be dissolved and added to the hydrochloric acid a wooden or Glass Rod being used to mix whole should be then thrown together and keeled us thoroughly and speedily As possible. The dough thus made should be baked in Long tin and is sufficient to make two one hour and a half i required in baking. Iii bread is Well tasted lighter am More digestible than Btu us baked with yeast and Lex aces cent. There cannot be a question that in vested bread is More to be depended on for the it ick chamber or the use of the dyspeptic and must of course 1m More Safe and wholesome for the Public at Large. The be voties to i an Cor cars a rather a hard Picu e. A a work a s recently been published by lord Holland in which he shows up the Monarch of Europe and their courts in a manner that proves him to let a a great scandal to Glicr an i Fibber or the court of Europe to be according to lord Holland the King of Denmark was no better than mad Man who amused himself by draw ing obscene pictures upon the card tables at which the us teen dowager sat and on pretence of drinking toasts throwing wine in the face of his Page who stood behind i chair. The lir to Branch. The top had broken off and partly decayed but Vve ascertained the entire height of the tree to have been three Hundred we found the it i also said i hat Frederick William. Tfir a Fth it a to 30 feet and at of i Ruiu not finding himself but Edwith an heir to i Crown placed in i family a Gmo i looking officer of Engineer to whose appearance tie Quetu was not Long min i and the hair do of c and accommodating Chamberlain w As in the Hab the first Branch 12 feet. It weight we estimated to d id ton. The other tree now growing without the least sign of decay. Resemble an immense Tower rising among the Humble Sassafras tree although very targe in fact. The gum tree at three feet it Sofai sourcing to the King the birth a of above the ground measured it�2 feet m a Prince till one Dayt on announcing the the Pace of a Square third and receiving a Handson c present a think there were not less thaw Ilu the King called him Back and thinking a of these Trees none lefts than id feet in ing moment said a three a nut that s enough a Ami the chamber lain was dismissed. Lie also states that the Duke of York Queen Victoria s Uncle married the daughter of the exiled and divorced Queen of Prussia by Muller a musician and the King of Prussia endeavoured to seduce the illegitimate daughter of his own wife and Alexander of Russia if he was not an accomplice in the murder of i lather. Ii was an acres Ory after the fact be gives the court of Yapo Ieon the credit of a a a. ,. ,. 1t a a a. I the town not much changed irom its con being the Iea to immoral and dissipated circumference. It must require several thousand year to produce tie largest one. A Reruch Utah. Hrar of Bak Firlo. When Knoll the German traveler woo in England he was curious to see the place at which Goldsmith had fixed the scene of i charming fiction. In Otic of i tour northward Wakefield Lay not far out �4 i kith and he readily Mode a digression in its behalf. We suppose that the intelligent German expected to find resource against the ills of flesh than suicide a a bottle of Cau de v a. The Frenchman closely observed the movements old Bis better half Ami at first thinking that she was Only preparing to commit the fatal deed in the most dramatic style arid known in France fir three cent uric. Perhaps if he should lift the curtain and expose the secrets of the court of St. James it would he Annit As interesting and scandalous As the court of Continental Europe. Dizion year Back. Possibly he hoped to stumble upon some ancient Init Hirant full of traditions concerning or. Primrose himself. In both respect he was unfortunate. Instead of a pleasant cosy Little piece full of All the attractions of Rural Community he found himself handed out of the railway train into an omnibus which Corn eyed him through Long streets Distin meow furniture. Furniture too Good to be used is a Nuis _ Sanee. W hat can be More unpleasant Ftp he a by All the unromantic features than the aspect of a Root or suite of rooms where every thing is bagged up chairs and sofas in Pinafore mirrors in muslims a drug gated carpet a Hearth Rug wrong Side out and a chandelier in a sack seen by rays of Light that struggle in Edge ways through the slits in the shutters and exhaling that Peculiar brow a Holland Fra hat i both lir 11 Mill in fill n lit to i 11 ill j i a i i i 1 Oil Lucretia Borgia. He a praised her in -r3m 1 Quot inc. L Elong to m called i m Sev Elul All. Not one third of the lamp Are cultivated and those that Are would produce a much More a they now do by proper attention Ami draining. I paid particular attention to this subject and Rny Little expected publication will give considerable information on this interesting top trial of a Litho pm for striking a tromm a the Rev. John Russel Bishop of to it. Nittel j Brethren of Christ Church a a tried at Hagerstown. Maryland Lor an assault upon a i brother a wife the evidence adduced was of the most aggravating character. The Bishop was found guilty and fined one Hundred Dollar. Judge Martin in i remarks when imposing the Fine said it would he Quot flattery to Call a Man a cow Ard that would strike a an Ernp Eror of China making a Progre. Discovered a family in Wal item the master with i wives children grand children daughters in Law and servants All lived in be feet peace and Harmony. The emperor admiring this inquired of the old than what Means he employed to preserve quiet among such a number of or sons. The Man. Taking out a Pencil wrote Only these words Quot patience patience to and that now the work will he prosecuted on state account and a state work. Tlle work is under the a superintendence of col. Crozet tie chief Engineer of the state. Not so a a Liwra i had no idea before i visited the neighbourhood of Rock fish Gap. That so much produce passed Over the mountains at that Point. I suppose that at this time some Fiuty wagons pass there daily 1 a told that at some season of the year As Many As one Hundred Wagon a daily. They Are principally loaded w Ith flour a viol is Carne i to Scottsville and sent thence he the canal to Richmond. S a professor pages electro magnetic Loco. A motive made a preliminary trial on the25th ult., tons together that Little Trempf lost his top coid on the Washington Railroad for the purpose of Ami that lie truck him on the head because he the tag the be to Node of attaching the , could not find it he then hunted for it again and which eema to he a difficult Point of there is no such thing As Check the extravagance of tie Boston Post Fiji making of the recent great haul of gamblers made by m Irshal Turkey the most of whom were of the lowest and dirtiest kind As they appeared i their handcuff the following morning the editor of the Post a a when marshal Turkey does up another set will he please to have them Vrat hed before they Are ironed a a �fuel�en�i<4n i in Burlington ta4 he in in this City. This Day. W the it Jubul for no a Ting in Lud. N to Tithia to.,, or Hrtko our Whir their a Noake and Teleg Mumm will visit on Lle 2 a the met. A a Dot hark pc a the edit Ltd of the Quot Telegraph a is a Quot t Rig air even Quot after the 1 r a Quot As much As the Republican can the of b prevailed Here a to the Lime of Saven ton at Peoria. If we mistake not All 0ir in for in at Ion from the Monmouth _ a a hmm Nerous delegation from this City a ii Vilt he have taken pleasure ult not finding it he heat him on the head with a Stone till he was insensible. The bruises on i arms were caused by i holding up i bands to keep or tie blow the boy a not Lead w Hen lie left him and he heard him Rill groaning at a late hour that night. The doctor think that Little Trempf had life in him hours after he was fatally injured. The child was about 5 year . , writing from London says that the curhorn House Eoin miss Ion on each article designed for the exhibition amounte.1 to nearly $2 a be ides which All the fixtures tables dra in Erie ac., for the display of goods have to be provided by each m Ion and those of other coun Pinies Are very Brilliant. He a to employ a number of clerk to make out descriptive catalogues. America is thus tar behind every other nation in her arrangements but the display Nev rlheles.-, will be Fine. Vinisio cd. Va., april 16. The Savannah news it Eaks of the cuban in Par 0 Vasion a certain and say there will be a Revo und Lution in the Island within the coming month mar of seem to he a difficult Point owing to the jostling and oscillations of the locomotive. I he National intelligencer Sav it a run out Over two mile and the be to Speed on a straight track w As Fen mile an hour. Tie locomotive weighs ten and a half tons and has five feet Drivers with two feet stroke. W e Hope soon to see it under Way in full blast. It made a curious appearance to those who happened to he on the spot at the time As it looks exactly like a passenger car. Horror of St major Bartlett. Coin Miary of the Boundary commission w Hoha jut returned irom Elpaso for a Supply of provisions narrate a terrible adventure which newel his party about two Hundred and to rarity Tive Miles this Side of Elpaso discovering smoke they seut out a party to reconnoitre and discovered a negro Man and woman in the of cooking food and on further search the head of a negro was found in the tire and parts of a body on the fire they said they ban been compelled to kill one of their companions for food. They bad been nine thrown and became so fond of the exercise that he was obliged to be shut up whenever the pig were at Liberty. I a strongest terms and Ca confinement was the worst punishment neighbors to whom he related the he could receive in. A hence or threatened j 6rt� Quot Lall Dell it it a a it a Quot a a a that he would cling. To me for �ume.a list Recd and affectionate Bear Teslin. At Nihl when about to be sent i off a a t and lint Ber poor husband de to Bud in an empty Hen Coop he generally a hired that she had Only deferred her de hid under a shawl and it last never tue j it trn Cdon to see that his remain were de feed and owe but Mysell to put him to j Ren it t Uritz. Reconciled by these a it rest. Lie was particularly jealous of oth �r�nct9, the poor fellow forgave her and or Monkey on Board who were ail Rendl d i r Klov Luff Lyonil embrace Bibi Tiff the article we or than Binim . And put two out of the men by Jeme it Ltd her on in Ahab to a he a a it Quot it. �?.�aruclf was. The first feat of this kind was per i Charity Hospital. Before he had a Meu formed in my presence he began by hold at Thi establishment the Poison had wring out his Paw and making a squeaking it it Rcd to Mission and the poor i Rineh noise which the other evidently consid Man was a Corpse. The clerk of the Hospital ret used admission Lor a dead body it was then carried to the Xiv or a House where a Coroner s jury was called and the foregoing facts were elicited. The Coroner immediately issued a warrant for the arrest of mrs. Roussel on a masquerade dress a furry one of the most cheerless dispiriting Nuhum Mike Sparta Eles in the diorama of Domestic life. We would As Lief be a hered into a \ Ault of into such an apartment. Nothing can be More chilling to the feeling except perhaps a perspective View of the family Wash taking an airing on the clothe lines. Why do people buy magnificent form Treto cloth it in Hal Loti diet Gli a does Erbil As an invitation the a War Little thing crouched to him most humbly but Jack seized him by the Lieck hopped it off to the Side of the vessel and threw him into the sea. We cast out a rope immediately but the Monkey was too much frightened to cling to it Ami we were going too fast Chart cd being Access or v to her husband s to save him by any other Means. Of course Pic. This proceeding brings up the Jack we logged an i m older it which he i in whether suicide is a crime. I a was very penitent but the deceitful rogue is there Enn be no accessories and a i t Tut to Niit 4xf t 1 tax f ,v.m.�?� Fionn Felt nil i at the end of three Days sent another Vic Tim to the same destiny. But this spite against his own race was manifested at another time in a very original Way. The men had been painting tie ships Side with a Streak of w Hite Ami upon being summon de to dinner left their brushes Ami paint on to Jack i was seated behind the companion door and saw the whole transaction he called a Little Black Monkey to him who Tike the others immediately couched to his Superior when he seized him by the Nape of the neck with the warrant of the Coroner has no foundation. Under the old common Law suicide was strongly reprobate and was punished. The person who destroyed himself was buried with a stake driven through his body at the Junction of Crossroads. We presume therefore that a person w to was dressed half a dozen evening in the year pay for All the Cost Ami trouble the miser enjoys the flashing Lustre of his Gold every time he lifts the lid of his Strong Box but what pleasure can there be in possessing a ski cries of property that is invisible to the owner three Hundred and fifty Days out of every three Hundred and sixty five Days give us furniture that is made to Wear a tables upon which you can bring Down your to get without throwing the lady into nation of Quot fossils Quot hysterics chairs Liat vote can lean Bock the Earth in carpets that you can promenade upon a in a word give tis Comfort and let us Turnr things out. It is provoking to re chairs and ofas preserved for years w Ith ont spot or blemish while the wrinkles Are multiplying in the face and the Gray hairs on the head of the proprietor. For these and sundry other reasons we have w hich make up the aspect of a town of 15.000 people mainly employed in manufactures Corn dealing and cattle Trade. In the Days of Goldsmith the writers of fiction were not so precise As they Are at present in the local Fidelity Othir stories. We dare say that poor Goldsmith had no Verv exact notion where the town of Wakefield was to be found. It was at All events a Good Way off pretty near a weeks journey and that would be a Strong recommendation to an author in search of a title to be specific without being familiar. Questions is Are layer of Roek Stone Maxon. What Are sub Marine flt a mat ions ? bumps on Sailor he a in the Navy. How can you find the age of the Globe ? by asking Blair and rive. What Are the requisite of a lasting Soti blackberries and a Cambric handkerchief. I Low do y on discover a Coal Region by gang to Fitt Shingr. What i a primitive formation ? even apron. What is a secondary Ltd of ? a common Are flt a i remains potato skins. Potato skin Pray what Isyl our Defi any thing dug out 4�?T the Price of Slock alone the coat to fairs and horses Are said to be scarce at Llu Beldt buy and Trinidad. They readily command firn $300 to $5<sl apiece. Of course tins will induce quite a number to ship mules to he a j places. A letter from one of the a Points say or. We 4re. At last. Land bound wind bound mule hound either or All As Yon to rail it if is Imp Ihle to obtain mules Here for love or Mot eve they Are Worth when for Safe at All five Hundred dollars apiece freight to any one Paw took the Brash dipping w Ith Day out their guns had hurried and they were j Pant with the other and covered him in a state of starvation. The account they gave we Frum Bead to foot. Both the Man of them elves was this they were All slaves of. ,.,. A mar named Owens ear Holly Spring i at the Helm and Mysell burst into a laugh i a Ippi and had run off tour River last Eom Plant j upon which Jack draped his victim and making for Mexico. 111 boy Kird scampered up the rigging about Nineteen years of age name i Arthur the the u1 Little beast began Licking other is a Black a de irom Twenty seven to a a j j thirty Falls himself Henry the girl a Brigit himself but 1 called the Steward who mulatto about Twenty one named Malinda. Via hed him so Well with turpentine that a itt All injury was prevented but during our lib Riv nor Tel to Roll. T t a ii this o Linns Taw the of Barbarisi Ages Bustle Jack Wax peeping with his Block part of the mine from Here is two dollars her r0 t this is anything Els. Than encourage of a few Dohr. Hgt a is still in Force in Maryland and the press of nose through the bars of the main top a that state is urging tie Reform convention to p really enjoying the abolish it. It is represent. 1 that in this Aget circe per wired in aloft the worlds Progress in the male of mar tan in be old men j or to forja Ltd no one could a Toh him he dared a a a men with Large Helle such rapidity from rope to to be at length. Whether they receive Aid hmm abroad or not they invite the fruit Sof Freedom throughout Sacramento Trana erupt the world to assist than. It in Well known that the people of the Island Are with Dif Fimby re the Quot us nov has been queer strained from conflicts at present and that those a said by somebody who Are informed of their arrangement Are sanguine of Success. A. Q. ,. R to a. Fat-1die, share the same Fate and if the a i of impelled by hunger he dropped unix pc by Quot die very name of Poland in now Eftin gushed from official language in Russia. The country is now known to that language solely a the government of sew Russia and it is per dui Leofi with the vet i a r e j _ i k . The in Ashing on it no on regards Thi Law As a a r lot Refuge and As he had thu con Dishonour to tie memories of the tolerant men ded in me 1 could not deliver him up to of Arrol a who founded the St. institution and that the punish int. A Quot a ? to a it a a Quot my it tar thai a pro a Ion a my Quot. I d cd in Kikm by Lio Wili Mi to the a Olber a a to. The .h,,e Ido to. , of a Board which excited i. Of curl Verv and thrill of t e. O n on i gear intr or is stated in then to of used to hold him by his Tail by the Hon. O. Fowler member of ton i National of or 1 v. Vow Vowk anti the in Tant he Taw the Kuther be Erps from Massachusetts is lying pay figure of or. Weh Terfu by Hiram j would income perfectly stiff. his eve. Vitlar Rimini run. Where he has been m�?z.,.>,.go. We a i what causes a vegetable Ini press we raw Cucumber on an empty stomach. How tier in Ivan it fll1 to Winter Mancou fee near says a a boy brought into St. In for Sale the other Day. O in Hundred and Twenty ,.i punishment. But our Law makes no provision for such a Case. There Are however circumstances in this Case which show that there is defect in our criminal jurisprudence. The turpitude and Crit i j venality of a person who by false pretences and promises induces another to deprive himself of i ill a Are certainly quite As palpable As those of the obtaining Money or j goods under false pretence which latter offence is made a serious crime. Fish Are most a caught in Winter in the Sorci , speculation is j an Indian follow up Fiora a Lake sorts so far rile in the neighbourhood of this City Little Stream toward the Spring that a up fhe follow ing anecdote comes in very Well plies it cuts a Hole in the Ami i c Are indebted for it to the a Albany Over the Hole with his Blanket spread Over it Ciuman a i head making a miniature tent White dutchman Sime ten years since an add dutchman purchased in the Vicinity of Brookin a in sit defer retire to peach tries. A among other thing which blight the prospects of peach towers is r Small Green Grasshopper that live upon the , eating Small round holes from August to the first heavy Frust. They commence a Cricket like noise soon after Sunset and continue through the night. The female punctures the Young bark with a sting like a Locust Ami deposits a Small transparent egg of an Oblong shape and closes the orifice with a kind of gum from her Mouth. These egg Hatch a it it in april leaving a Hole from which the peach gum exudes and a Small dead spot j under the bark. The grub is a Small White worm somewhat resembling the. Common peach worm Only much smaller. Is it possible this can be the cause of the he intently wat Clies the Hole having Akia hand a stick two or three feet Long with snug Little form for nine thousand Dollar. Fib Hook fastened upon it with which he a list week alot of land Speculator fall Jerk the fish out upon the . A they de on him to buy him out. On asking Are driven up from Behner by another in his Price he said he would take a sixty thousand dollars no less. A and How much May remain on Bond and mortgage a a nine thousand a and Why not More Quot replied the would be purchaser. A because Der place Ain t Worth any _ f of a or. Chauncy Jerome of new Haven it. A actually made a time piece which he will warrant to keep go i recoiling and which he Sells at sixty cents wholesale and one Dollar at retail. The works Are All made of brass. He makes upwards of eight Hundred a Day of these articles. Of a dealer in ready made Linen in new York advert discs i shirts and yellows in peach Trees. It is a subject Che Misette under the mrs Lindoo apr Lia slight ext Story a told that one Day. T inner the famous naturalist entered the room where his colleagues Otlie Fremb pc Leuy were hard at work in the letter e. Quot a m. Cuvier we Are glad to cd you von must give of your opinion on our definition of the Ward it in a re rat fish that walks a Well Are note men answered Utt vier a your definition is excellent w Ith this erupt to a crab i not a fish it Isnit red nor docs it Watti the acad Ink Maaia last no time in performing the motion attributed falsely to the crab and Craw Defini upon. A w hat is the Duffe Renca brim aah a Young lady and an old hat merely my of time the toe has feeling and the oth

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