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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 2, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Pup re Lara trial in politics Ani denote to literature Iriente Comra Erre Irir nature it to Janir ilits Ani Panerai tiros of Tolje dais. 0 Morgan amp , Iowa saturday August 2, Jsai. Vol. 1�?-no. It a toil irom eeoe11 fart at 1akret House. The to Weber u Oberry meeting a has just Corse off it a Burlington and the Era of. 90 happily restored Between the of paces has been a signed sealed delivered a wad perpetual by Oul be must Brilliant air of the season. In compliance with an a nth Tion by citizens of this place a a or e dirty of a i Geril it Roen of Keokuk e As a visit on Friday evening last on the Al Steamer Laicy Bertram they were met Landing by a committee of reception by a boy. Accompanied by the Burlington band of t were escorted to the Baric House where #.<1 acre we Conwi by a Large number of ladies a. Uhi Aen who had assembled for the Pur Quot greeting on either Side Weie Cor dial a d heart Felt and the interchange of Civili tit a Vuici As a Douis Ever Mark refined life and social it it Ishup. A sumptuous entertainment Crew Citable alike to the taste and liberality of or. Fletcher had been prepared for the Occa. And. At the appointed time some two Gnu rec and fifty Persona preceded by the invited mists rest aired to the banquet room where pie Justice was done to the a splendid preparation supper being Over a a the merry Daub of Vas commenced with a w ill a to the measure of excellent music and Xiv As continued without p payment and with a relish of life and its Sun thine never excelled until the company were politely informed that some of the hoarders a the Barret House were wailing for breakfast and would be glad to have the room provided everybody was perfectly willing. Hereupon tic company agreed to Coli a oxime on a one More set a after which our Keokuk friends a can pained by a Volunteer escort took up their line of March for the a a Lucy a and were soon on their winding Way for their pleasant Homes at the City of u the Gate a bearing with them the Best wishes Aud kindly regards of the Bur is Tomans. Thus has passed off one of the finest parties in which it Lias Ever been our Fortune to participate and in its f one of the most Brilliant affairs that has Ever come Oil of the upper mis Wippl. Among those present from our neighbouring City we were glad to see and to take by the hand our esteemed friends or. Howell of the whig mid or. Cuming of the dispatch. It would be unnecessary to add that they received no a mail share of attention a distinction always due to Genius Talent Aud Well earned Fame. May their shadows never less Hope they will Call often our Latch string will never be pulled in. Cholera at foot neighbouring town of fort Madison which has hitherto had the Good Fortune to escape entirely the great Scourge of the times has at length been suddenly called to mourn its ravages. On Friday last the cholera made its appearance in the family of or. Grairt of the Eagle hotel and in the course of the Day mrs. Stripe maj. J. Hutter and a or. Beamish fell victims to its attacks. No other cases had occurred at latest accounts. The death of mis. Stripe will be lamented by a wide Circle of friends and acquaintances. Maj. Huner was an old citizens extensively known throughout the state As a member of both our territorial and state Legislatures and universally esteemed for his kindness of heart and rectitude of character. Drown Myatt an englishman about 25 years of age in the employ of or. Fletcher of the Barret House w As drow Ned on saturday evening last the at foot of Jefferson Street w Hile bathing. He leaves a w Ife and one child. The Raymond family. We announced in fridays Telegraph that the Raymond family would favor us with a concert this evening. By reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that they have arrived a pose to give Une of their delightful Tutei cuts at the Hall of the sons of teme to night. The papers at St. Louis and get Ere speak in the highest terms of pm >1 this gifted and accomplished family and we therefore anticipate an entertainment of no Ordinary character. We append below a few paragraphs from the Keokuk and Quincy papers in reference to the entertainments re a Enty Given in those cities. The Raymond family gave their second and Farewell Soiree at the Quincy House dining Saloon last evening to a Large and fashionable audience and with entire Success. They we re repeatedly encoded and received a score or so of Beautiful Hoques in Token of the satisfaction their Effort afforded. It is needless Here to reiterate our opinion of these entertainment or our High estimation of or. Raymond and his accomplished Are entitled to the Public favor and the highest respect wherever they go. They left this morning amid the regrets of ail those in our midst who have enjoyed the pleasure of their acquaintance. They will give two concerts at Keokuk and thence proceed up the River. We take pleasure in commending them to the Courtesy of the press and the Public at the different Points upon the d uly journal. Tut Raymond had the pleasure last evening of attending the delightful entertainment Given by the Raymond family at the Laclede Hall. Making not the most Distant pretentious As a critic or connoisseur of musical performances we can Only express our unskilled admiration o Hie music and our delighted appreciation of the characteristic remarks and illustrative anecdotes of the buoyant hearted Irish gentlemen Malone Raymond. But while our untaught ear was charmed with the Weet Melody of the songs of the daughters of Erin and our heart a a moved by the Concord of Sweet sounds warbled from their lips those who understand and appreciate music As a science enjoyed a Richer treat in a perfect realization of the Ideal in the execution of the Register. Cholera at West Point Lee we regret to hear that the cholera has been prevailing to an alarming extent for some Days past at West Point Lee county. Ltd to thursday morning last As we learn from the fort Madison statesman some 30 cases had occurred 8 of which proved fatal. The names of the deceased Are Bertha Fletcher a child of or. Runt Levi Jackson Erastus Brand William Green. David Groesbeck mrs. Starkie and b. Diagram. �?�3the Chicago journal says the venerable Bishop Chase on account of his age and increase i a infirmities has called a special convention the Church in that diocese for the purpose of electing an assistant Bishop to assist him in the performance of his official duties. The place of few Etingoff the said special convention will be that name i by the Auu Ual convention lately ii Pekin in the county of Tazewell and the Tuat monday the 8th Day of september 1851. R land the 1th Day of au-1, Alt the surveyed government lands St. Croix District a some three and a lion acres a will be offered for Sale a to executive proclamation. This is one ? of land Ever offered for a urn time in any land District in the ales and embraces a tract of country nearly from the Wisconsin River to it Ippi and North to the head Waters of Nix. New yogic july 23. The a trimer America from Liverpool Atli Date to the a eth in., arrived at Halifax Verier c. A. Among her passenger it the Bishop tit nov Scotia. She experienced Bead Wiki a to entire route. The Steamer Humboldt from new York Lan �1 and Pascu gift at Cowes of the queer it or a Fotz to by. A a pal in Osterv House a been the engrossing a a a jct of Public attention or pr06rbm it becomes necessary frequently to refer to this subject in order to keep not Only persons living at a distance but even Many of our own citizens whose occupations will not allow them much time to per ambulate the City advised of the constant and rapid Progress of the Metropolis. We Are pleased to see that our up Stream neighbor Muscatine come Dos to us the title we so justly claim. A Lew months ago when the Marshall made the census return our City numbered 5.067 inhabitants which some of our friends in Dubuque Cut Down some half a dozen in order to be one ahead of us. A few weeks ago the sheriff made his returns and we numbered 5,129. Our friends can take these figures and by a Little old fashioned a a single Rule of three a calculate what of probable population will be in twelve months from this time. In regard to building although the entire season almost Lias operated against a yet if any one will take the trouble to walk around or if he is a stranger get some one to a show him the town a he will see for himself the Progress that has been made even during this unfavourable summer. Beginning with main 9trect, he will find the foundation built of a Large four Story wholesale Bouse which when completed will entirely throw into the Shade the Block of Small houses by the Side of it. And their owners being gentlemen of City Pride and Enterprise we soon expect too see them giving orders for their demolition and the erection of Large and substantial edifices upon their ruins. Opposite Coolbaugh a we find a Large addition erected to the House occupied by judge Wight Man and we Are in great Hopes of soon beholding the Little four tenements adjoining giving Way to the general spirit of improvement going ahead in this Beautiful Street. Next we find the foundation made for a Large addition to that already commodious and excellent hotel the Barret House which w e shall take the Liberty of calling Barretts addition no. 2. Immediately next in the same Street we see the first Story erected of a Fine dwelling which we judge w ill be an ornament to that part of the City. South of the Barret House on third Street Are a Block of four buildings just put up and All occupied even before completed one of which is the elegant shaving Saloon and bathing House of our Friend Murray. Near this Block there is excavated the cellar a we presume of a Large business House. Farther acro a and West and South and in All directions May be seen new buildings just completed or in process of erection. But among them All stands prominently conspicuous our Noble Public school House commanding a most splendid View of the entire City together with the River Foi Miles both up and Down and the surrounding country stretching far away into our sister state of Illinois. This is a Structure of which our citizens May he justly proud and should cause All who have anything invested in it in the shape of taxes to feel a High degree of gratification and stimulate those who have not to Industry and Diligence in acquiring property in order that they May have a Kindred satisfaction in making investments in similar edifices in other portions of the City. The Beautiful amphitheatre of Hills surrounding our City which a few years ago were covered with a Luminous growth of native Forest Trees have been shorn of their primitive glory and Are now dotted Over with neat and comfortable dwellings. We cannot refrain from mentioning the unique and elegant new residence of James w. Grimes esq., situated upon an Eminence in South Burlington and having a most magnificent Prospect of the City the Mississippi and surrounding country. There is that gradual Progress in our City which i the surest guarantee of it permanency. And now in a few years when the Long trams of cars shall come rolling up to the opposite Side of the River we shall have attained such a degree of substantial Ity that thousands will Dock into the metro poli and a new impulse will be Given to All kinds of business buildings will be multiplied new streets will be opened and every Eminence will be crowned with its Beautiful residences. Amid the general anticipated Prosperity we would not Init to Call the attention of those in authority to the last that an elegant court House would be a substantial ornament to our City and would shed a Bright Lustre upon their administration. From the key Kuk if Pakh. In great secret. The Best thing that Ever was said or shrug by the travelling minstrels of the a old Granite state a the Hutchinson and others is that round Lay which commences Puah along push along push along keep the a Olita by fun letters a push a express the Golden Rule which has won Success and Fortune for thousands awl will always win Comfort and Content for those who practice it. There a a great Art in pushing. Some push too obstreperous by. Some persons push themselves in the Way and Crow d along with Teeth set arms and arms akimbo like u to ugly in Wall Street and Are very Likely to Ltd it an occasional set Back or a decided Knock Down. Others by knowing just when and where to insert themselves and Quot by a a pushing quietly and continually More on with great celerity trampling upon nobody toes and wearing a tranquil and assured countenance. At All events every one should a great Many men have become misanthrope and nobodies. Who had the talents and the gifts to have made them great men but they faltered on the first heat and every one a it us a them hark till they found the cml Eves at the Edge of the crowd with scarred shins solemn reflection and revolving in their minds the scriptural Consolation that Man is born to trouble As the Sparks Al up when a Man is determined to go ahead the crowd will help him along but if he fall behind he May be assured that none will Coine Hack to him. Connected with this As one of the secrets of Success i the habit of cheerfulness of a looking upon the Bright Side a and of taking advantage of life courtesies and of the Bright Points of human nature. A kind of Providence has not Only clothed the Earth in Beauty and accommodated to our use the changing times and but has also mingle a vast Deal of polity with the sobriety is the commonplace and the Drudgery of a life of Law car borne men have an Art like that of faults a familiar of extracting cordial from All of life Corners and tableau. Such Inen will Suc Ceeil tor they have their own fund of enjoyment Aud this w Ith a warm heart and a Strong ind is an unfailing Guerdon of Success. They find their a forum of punch a not in the bar room but in the great Saloon of life in the comforts and delights of the Friendly Circle and of their own Domestic endearment. It will always be found that a Many a go cart will derive great Good endure a Long time and go ahead easily if constantly lubricated with the a Oil of human cheerfulness is an unrivalled unguent by which the w heels will turn smoothly Aud steady like a music Box and the Driver ride easy and take the Road of All obstacles. On the contrary those who mount the Box Between the sides of a stiff shirt Collar will always drive a crazy rattle trap creaking concern sure to annoy every one and finally to get out of Kilter and a a break men who would reach happiness and ladies who would catch husbands must remember to Wear a smile upon their face and go ahead Che Arifov. With these few remarks after the manner of a Patent Sermon on this dubious looking morning of july we commend our Reader to their reflections advising them that our idea of a a Good Man and a w ise Man a As the world goes in that he should push Long pick out the smooth places look at things Square in the face with a continual smile and a Grin under mishaps put the Best foot Foremost be As Happy As he can honest and True As a ships rudder and a go Long with Mote it be nth a up it the worlds fall of uie 11th Ireland. T3/j0o. Tyers tre report from the country of the it Rovar. Let of the a potato rot to a Small extent. From the London chronicle june 27. Confirmation of the Trace of Kir John Franklin. We Are Happy to learn that the fact lately an 1 no suced by a of the existence of a Cairn con i Taining undoubted intelligence of sir j. Franklin a expedition lying in Jones sound has re a Cei Ved additional confirmation by the testimony of another witness named George Moore of Orkney. He was in the same watch with William j Millar on Board the Prince of Wales was also j of the party which landed and not Only saw i the Cairn but was engaged in pulling it Down when recalled to the a hip. The evidence of these in o w witnesses differs in some unimportant Points but Bev agree not Only in the existence of the Cairn but also As to its position namely on the South Shore about one Hundred and fifty Miles from the Entrance to the sound and equally state that a Little higher up the Channel widened. Ami apparently entered an open sea. We therefore look Forward with increased anxiety of the decision of the admiralty respecting the Steamer which is so greatly to be hoped Thev will Send out for the earliest possible examination of this de kit sit. We learn by was of corroboration that win. Pillar repeatedly mentioned that he had seen a urn on his return to Orkney but his statement received Little or no attention although he is a Man of known integrity and truthfulness from the fact that its importance was not understood. We Are also enable to state that lady Franklin. Accompanied by i r. Scoresby was at Hull in february 1849, investigating the report that a Cairn had been found w hich had reached her and heard from the master of the Prince of Wales that he had been the proceeding season in an unknown sound North of Lancaster sound having entered it by a mutate in a fog that he went up about one Hundred and fifty Miles that some of his men a Aid on their Way out. They had seen a Cairn but it is not possible for him then to go Back. In the summer of the same Vear 149, i by Franklin engaged the owners of the Abram whaler c Apt. Gravill of Hull to search Jones sound for the sum of a Buo. The ship arrived at the Entrance but a Gale of w ind blowing Down the sound and no fish being in sight the Captain abandoned the idea of examining it and proceeded South in quest of w Hale. The sound was quite open for fifty or sixty Miles up or As far As could be seen from the headlands. These facts prove that it the information before us was not circumstantially known until now the evidence which did transpire was not disregarded hut acted upon As far As Post Ible. As to the Cairn having been erected by natives it is Well known that native have never been found on the West Side of Baffin Bay to the North of Lancaster sound neither do they Ever erect Cairns and we May remind objectors that shoe prints not Mere foot Marks were observed near to it. It is Al of a matter of certainty that no w haters had been up Jones sound had they Ever done so the circumstance would have become Well know whereas the result of inquiries proves that none have penetrated m this direction. , u Baler do not erect Cairns that being tire signal enjoined by official aut Lior Iti upon her majesty a ship sent out Lor purposes of geographical discovery Anu Survey. It is iter haps not generally known that sir John Franklin before starting declared his intention if foiled in other attempt to gaining in object to look into the Iio und lying West Amitworth of Baffin Bay meaning by tin jo��1� and Smith s sound. This Laoue Way amongst others of accounting Lor traces of having been found on the spot in question. Eur at the conclusion of the oration of or. Sproul at a Washington a head Quarter a in Newburgh on the 4th, he introduced Henry Gibson a survivor or a Washington a life guard a to hearers. The aged Veteran completed his 140th Vear on the my of Keb Roary want but still retains his strength and Reeo Nec tinn in a remarkable degree. He was in the Battles of Princeton Triffon and Yorktown was with Washington during his Encampment in new i Forth and remembers a the excitement up. Heed by the publication of the celebrate a Newburgh he was going to be made keeper of the a head which Are now owned by the state. F Akita learn by a private mag Raphie dispatch from George w. Carter a trial for killing Bowne terminated yesterday evening to a Rita Del in Elk he Lour horse Thieve who were concerned with Brown in stealing several horses in this City last week were arrested in 4th Street yesterday morning and will in All probability be Bung before Sunset this Alvernoon. A Large party of gentlemen who halt i lust Slock in Nevada Colonia and other towns came Here in search of the villain who had been exposed by Brown when the rope was round his neck on condition that i life should in spared. They were pursued and first overhauled at Taylor a ranch where they had stopped to breakfast. Here a the preparation Lor arrest created alarm and tin lieu to their horse which were grazing near by not Belore or. Taylor had put a Spiot in the hand of Houston. Several horses were run Down in Chasin r them a As Well a the animal they were on which were stolen from the men in Pursuit. The thieves however succeeded in stealing fresh horses and got into this City sometime during saturday night and were arrested next morning at the Public House where they breakfasted. Here they were bound hand and loot and placed on a Load of lumber bound for Al Dorado county where it is intended to give them a trial by jury and if found guilty to hang them from Browne a disclosures it appears they have Large ranches where they Herd their stolen Stock. There is reason to suppose the a same parties have been concerned in several other robberies in this City. Their names Are Henry Jenkins a Sydney Cove Frank Houston. Joseph Sloan and. taut. Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun. Washington july 7. Seduction and letter from new York this morning gives a thrilling account of a recent Case of seduction and abandonment which should forever guard unsuspecting females against the wily arts of fiend in human shape. About a year ago a Young lady of Philadelphia surrounded with idolizing relatives and a Host of friends who became acquainted with a fellow who succeeded in w inning her affections. A few Day since the lady consented to take a trip to Boston with him. Buy reached new York arid took passage on Board one of the sound Steamer. Between new Vork and Stonington the scoundrel had succeeded so far As to engage lodgings for the pair in the same state room. They retired on the arrival at stoning ton. He told his unsuspecting victim to sleep on As the cars for Boston did not leave til morning. She remained in the state room while the fiend continued on direct in the first departing train for Boston leaving his victim ruined and penniless. Cruelly deceived and in a strange part of the country the unfortunate woman was driven to the necessity of sending for an officer of the Steamer to whom she frankly related the Story of her degradation. Compassion was taken on her helpless condition and she was conveyed Back to new York without charge. Kiwi from the item Dury Cly a Lilia. Well preserved in the Columbus statesman publishes an interesting letter from our Friend. Or. Robert c. Murphy a son of the late Gen. W. S. Murphy of this cite who is the Secretary of the american portion of the mexican Boundary commission. Bob gives the following account of the ceremony of laying the that treaty in the Sarsaparilla Woftle will be Well Ohio Leazette. A the 24th of april w As designated As the Day when the Point should he established. On that Day at 11 of clock a. The United states comte Risiner and suite escorted by capt. A. Bufords company of United state dragoons together with Briti h maj. Shepard commanding Frost. And Lieut. Trevitis left Dona Ana for the initial Point. After an hours pleasant ride we crop red the Rio , and ascended a terrible an l Barren Mountain where we found the mexican commissioners with their get Cort of Lanciers its in waiting. Hera at a precise spot de Vignaud by the astronomers a the Spiot w Heie the parallel of 32 Deg. 22 Mill., intersects the Rio Grande the secretaries of each Coin Mistou read in their own language he proceeding in relation to such a great National affair b it which Are too voluminous to notice farther Here. They were All signed sealed and. Exchanged in the presence of w witnesses for each government respectively and a copy of each placed in a bottle which bore the inscription of a or. Townsend a Sarsaparilla a and in it buried beneath the Corner Stoi at which moment precisely by signal fro the Mountain Lieut. Of Bannon 3d infantry. Be a National Salute at the Post. Then capt. Buford with his accustomed Kentucky politeness and lib eighty passed around the Fine oui Skerry when All the officers of the joint commission according to rank drank to a the Toast of a eternal peace and prop a Rit to both republics. During ail these be i monies the greatest Harmony prevail Al. The Hon. John r. Bartlett oui commissioner delivered a Short address upon the occasion which 1 Send you a copy of on the Sheet marked a a then tre Ocial ceremonies began Ana concluded with a grand Fandango. . writer in the Boston transcript after commenting upon some Oft Heudie Parker a vehement political tirade from the pulpit concludes with the following paragraph upon fhe subject of political preach that Clergyman Ever solemnized and purified and elevated the thoughts of his hearers by preaching about politic ? men May listen submissively to the most powerful denunciation of their sins hut no Man will admit his political opinions to fall within this category. A Parish in which All Are of one political mind is very rarely to be found. How much nearer to Paradise Doe a political preacher Advance i con by Busi efforts / i Imp Taie a summary View of his parishioners at the Joes Hebe of which seems to have gotten the Mastery the spirit or the of few lev upon the countenance of some lie beholds the Marks of carnal exultation and Triumph upon the countenances of others the manifestations of hatred and revenge malice and uncharitable nes and then he spread his arms and red a up his Eves Ami Supplicate that the peace of god Whitfi pass eth an understanding my the hearts of his people a portion of whom Are read for the cheers while the remainder Are ready to fight. An Alabama a time. When the Creek indians habited Alabama there were several Mogi it trates appointed w to had extensive jurisdiction. Their Power and the extent of territory Over which it spread made these magistrates in Power equal to a territorial governor. One of these magistrates was a Well known a character a w to resided in a Turkey town a a a Indian Village on the Coo so River. He had a a a Marshall a who w a Kofu in i tribe a a a Money this magistrate was remarkable for lit contempt of Legal opinions and judicial form. Be quilt a was i Bobby and when his notions of right and Justice came in Contact with a Law a the latter a forced to give Way. He thought the customs of the indians More a be Quita Bjes in Many cases than the Law of Congress and he never failed in such cases to set aside the latter. A Money cries co operated heartily with a the court a a and by their combined efforts they managed to Deal but Justice with certainty but sometimes with real Indian severity. The following scene once occurred a in court is held to try a ease in which Little Chubby a a Creek Indian is defendant and Tom Dale a grocery keeper is plaintiff. Dale claims $2<i from a Littfe Chubby a and Chubby a ays he paid it in Beaver skins. Gentlemen continued the magistrate addressing the bystanders in Ems ainu to Likely to lie when they owe White men. But White men trill he when they Trade with the injun. This is the experience of a my proceed gentlemen with the Case. The attorney for Tom Dale proceeded to make out Las Case. Dale swore that his debt was a just True and he then introduced a witness to prove that Little Chubby had Only caught ten beavers in the last month and that Hud sold Theiu to deponent. The Indian had no witnesses and the Case was thus fully made out. The attorney remarked addressing the court a May it pleas your Honor i claim a judgment for my client there is no defence except the averment of Chubby and this the court can to u gentlemen a said our magistrate a a i ainu to satisfied and i ainu to going to allow the Kinjiu to be swindled a said he addressing Money cries. A emr. Marshall hand me that Book i take a Wear in Hinl Case myself a and suiting the action to the word he kissed the Book and addressed Money Cne remarked a or. Marshall i constitute you this court and will take a a War in this Case. May it plea the court a said he there s cheating around this Board and i intend to expose it to this court. Id rather take an in Jinx sword than a whiskey Sellers oath any time. But this court can t decide in favor of the injun without a Suar in his behalf and that Swar 1 am now or. Marshall going to take. He then proceeded to state Little Chubby had come to i House and he offered to buy from him ten to user skins. Chubby declined siding them As he Hud promised them to or. Dole to pay a debt of Twenty dollars due him. He saw Chubby go into Dales and leave the a Kins and when he came out Chubby told me he had paid i debt. When he had concluded he resumed his scat. Dale s attorney protested against this a taking a Swar in the Case a a but he w As interrupted by the magistrate who informed him that this to his Mode of i Peus Uig equity. it please the court i will take an Appeal in this Case. court is satisfied that the evidence is in favor of Little Chubby and no Appeal will be allowed. May it pleas the court 1 consider Thi proceeding a a farce Couri consider Thi is a Case of contempt and will fac or. M i $20 for swearing in court. court May go to the Devil if your Honor plea a. marshal will take or. M n into custody till he pays $20 and unless he pays it the marshal will summon u Post be of ii ins and tie him up and thereupon inflict on him Twenty stripes according to Xiujin custom and then inform him that it will improve his health to get out of the reach of my court in Twenty four hour. it pleas the court i will give my note for the Fine in the court w ill agree to it. court wont be hard provided the character of this court is hereafter respected. This or. Editor is a slightly coloured sketch of the Early history of the administration of Justice in the Creek country in Alabama. Lied of the Olio cd augard. We were shown yesterday by or. 8-Neca Palmer a piece of Walnut and a piece of Oak which although in a decayed state were still in a tolerable state of preservation. These piece of Timber with Many others were thrown out from a vault forty feet be of the surface which was being dug rear Western Row Between Pearl and second streets. Or. Palmer informed the proprietor that his experience led him to believe that the digging would he easy because perhaps centuries ago a portion of the Ohio River ran there. That the lower part of the Channel had been up with a raft of Timber above which was alluvial formation of sediment. Between second Street and the present bed of the River at a former a Lay was probably an Island the Northern Channel commencing at a Point commencing near the Routh of Deer Creek and passing Down near the present line of Columbia and Pearl streets to near Mill Creek where it joined what is now the Channel of the River. Our old inhabitants distinctly remember when there was a Lagoon on the site above named and until recently if not now there were Ponds near the foot of fifth Street said to be forty feet deep or nearly a deep As the bed of the River. Perhaps Many who inhabit the lower part of the City Are not aware that the Sites they now occupy Are where the Ohio River once flowed and others that they occupy a portion of ground that was once an were All the changes that have taken place in the Mississippi Valley since creation written it w Ouhl be Hig Lily interesting. Whether in former Ages this fruitful Valley was covered with a vast expanse of water or not will remain it or haps throughout time a mystery notwithstanding the boasted science of . Com. The marriage announced last week that no marriages could be legally solemnized in Iowa until the election of a county jul Ige. On a further examination of fhe revised code we find that the prosecuting attorney is the Legal substitute for the judge and that consequently the prosecuting attorney can Grant a marriage License. If any weddings were postponed until after the 1st of August on account of the supposed impediment in the code we Hope that the parties Wilt Avail themselves of the services of the prosecuting attorney who will not hesitate to give them the necessary License to commit the otherwise unpardonable crime of Dupie Herald. _ _ the race a the race on saturday afternoon Over the course in Kentucky resulted in the death of the world renowned trustee a horse that has been the theme of Praise for years in the a a turf Community this horse won a Large amount of Money a Tew years ago in new York for his owner by making his Twenty Miles an hour. Trustee before he a stricken w Ith the Ileath stroke had won the first heat when he Tell. He died in a few minute. Grey Eagle another animal of considerable notoriety was compelled to withdraw from the race owing to the extreme heat of the Day and Over exertion which left the Field entirely to it ave Tail. The purse was handed to the owner of the latter named . Com. Ireland. The Irish journal of All political , Are up in arms against the report of the packet commissioners and the blow it a Given to the Hopes of an Irish port being selected a the Point tie parture Lor the american mail. This coupled with the failure through whatever Agency of Quot the experimental trip of the i i Ted states Steamer from new York to always has Given a tone of acerbic a to the Dublin papers the More remarkable from the rare unison of sentiment which upon the present occasion animate the of the two great parties on this Side of the Channel. All Faith however in the Prospect of american assistance towards testing the capabilities of the port of Galway is not yet forsworn and it is a till hosted that whatever mid visual enter Nuse fail to perform May at no very a Distant tune be a amp fused by the will of the i United states government on the one hand and on the oth let by the exertions of the people of Dublin Galway Belfast and even Goik and Limerick. A trendy it has but in suggested that funds should be Speed do collected Here to Purchase a firs Cly a a team vessel and that a requisition Srbouhi be presented to the lord mayor to Convene a Public meeting of the citizen with a View of showing if Only for once that irishmen were about to put in practice the virtue of Selt Relt Ance. The longest Steamer a a the eclipse c Apt. E. T. Sturgeon a new Steamer now on the stocks i to be hire Hundred Aud fifty nine feet in length. She i to Luv. Eight of the largest size boilers end her water wheel will he forty two feet in diameter Bhe will be completed i the a and it is fully expected that she can easily make the trip from new or leads in Louisville in tour Days.�?16. It Julius can you Tell me How Ada Irot out of de Garden of Eden a a Well i a a pose he climbed Ober de Fence. No data int a hell i Den t he borrowed a wheel Barrow and walked i 1 Awba it up a he got a a i led out. Yah Yah in the Xicay morxixi5, hat -.0, Khz. Pam Thi Rascal raft x u. A wandering Vaga Houd. By the in me of l. Glazier Chilom of a Bam of �?o25 performers a of Wimmis he was just worthy to be the Leader has played us a shabby tried. And we shall thank our Brethren of the Quill to give the scamp proper notoriety together with Hia a com Pagny attendants. About a week since this hopeful to cup ascended the upper Mississippi Ori the Robert Fulton it it a the purpose of astonishing the native with therr a a Plack Schmit shop in ter a Pusey concert and White cd route to it Garcua Generalissimo g addressed in a letter requesting us to a a Borrot him some great pig hand Pill advertisement Boater a procure him o Hail. Ac., no his a a travelling Man was very much sick Mit his Powels a Hope he did no to die we Are not exactly Green and would then fore state that we entered upon the Hoa rub duty assigned us with some Miskiv a Ings is to the identity responsibility ac., of Thi a a Coin Pagny concern. Never the Ess thinking there might be More stupidity than knavery in the matter we announced the Vagabond crowd m our paper and printed a Hundred a a pig Boster pills a As per should have circulated them but for the timely arrival of the Fulton on Friday evening when our attention was at once arrested by the noise aboard created by a desperate attempt on the part of some dozen or More persons to blow their brains out by mean of bras horns. The a a companies a dashed across our mind i Stanter whereupon we sent one of our most insinuating devils aboard with one of the a a boy ter a together with the a Uhrin terms Pill a and compliments to Generalissimo Glazier. The clerk of the Fulton politely ten died every facility in his Power to mislead the youth and to assist in defrauding us of on dues. Subsequently one of the proprietors went aboard a and after an Exchange of civilities due on the occasion was informed that the Genera Missimo of the concern was at supper. Taking a seat in the Cabin he patiently waited for about an hour during w hich time the Ammal continued to stuff himself with All that seemed to remain of the Fulton Larder. Meantime the fact leaked out that the a a companies a had bad a grand blow up and each fellow Wras paddling his own Canoe homeward. At length the beast having demolished the last vestige of cabbage on the table quietly Rose from i seat and shuffled off to his state room. Our very vigilant Junior immediately made a Dart after him but behold or. We Kasha totally invisible. To take a dive to the lower deck and another one to the bold was but the work of a moment for one accustomed to stand boat arrangements but in vain the Man with the big supper Tum chantly eluded the most Active Pursuit and has the Honor of it Nimg tins first of Bis class who has successfully a come the Giraffe a Over us. Me. Describes him As a Large Man with Ash Cep curio a Goatee White hat and some stomach. The St. Louis pres will Confer a special favor by calling Tite attention of marshal Kelps to this wandering band of vagabonds in order that they May be duly a a spotted a and made know n to All the Charlies of Liat goodly City. Death or or. lamented death of or. John Ruoh who departed this life of sunday night last has created a void in society in the Church and in business circles which will be deeply and sensibly Felt. The deceased possessed in an eminent degree the Confidence respect and Friendship of All who knew him. In All the relations of life he was without fault a Model worthy of All imitation. He was prepared for the sudden and important change which awaited him Aud when first seized with the dreadful disease which terminated his existence w ent deliberately to work to prepare for the event. In the disposition of his proc Rita the result of Many year of patient Industry he displayed the same sense of strict Justice and the same degree of generosity Winch had distinguished him through life. None Ever lived among is More justly or universally respected none Ever died More widely or sincerely lamented. His funeral took place yesterday morning. Bloomers in or two Brief demonstration in behalf of the new style have recently been made in Keokuk. The editor of the dispatch in the few pc ration of Bachelor ism expresses his willingness to a put up with them in either Long or Short Toggery. We should be inclined to doubt his nerve when it comes to the sticking Point. Bloomer ism will do very Well to talk about but when you Coine to take it for better or for Wose for he Nger or for Shorter we apprehend. Captain you would experience a sober second thought and take a look before you made the leap. The St. Louis beg leave to say to the worthy managers of the 8t. Louis press that the daily Telegraph has been forwarded them regularly the Republican and Union in Exchange for their Tri weeklies. It is soil that a Wink is As Good As a nod to a Blind horse so to More at present. A we Are under obligations to maj. Remey of the Steamer Oswege for late St. Louis papers. _ St health of St. Louis is much improved. Interments from cholera at latest dates raged from one to for Jer Day. Health or the health of the City at present is such As to Adi Nouris All of the necessity of prudence in living. The weather has been excessively warm for several Days past and highly unfavourable to health. Three deaths occurred on sunday from cholera to wit or. John Prugh of the firm of Prugh a Cook and two children of widow Candee. With the exception of a lingering Case or two in the family of the latter w e have heard of no other attacks. in our comments be ter Day on Burlington Progress our population As ascertained by the u. S. Marshal some months since was set Down at 5,<ki7 instead of 1,067. The returns recently made by the sheriff show an increase in a few months of 1,062, giving us at the present time a population in the City proper of 5,129. _ 23 the eclipse yesterday morning a barely perceptible and was generally regarded by those who witnessed it a Small affair of the kind. A new Lead supposed to be an extensive one has recently lieu discovered at do brn pie by messes. King a Yore. A few More Levin leads will nuke Dubuque quite a place. Later runt raft Lake. Indef Poente july 21�?10 a. M. The mail under charge of w. Y. Rush Ami to. Persons reached Here yesterday having left Salt Lake on fhe 1st ins. Business was Dull with Little Money in the Valley. Phelps Cogswell and Hou Uay with a part of their goods had reached the City of suit Lake without Fiou interruption. Kincade and Liv Muston were 125 Miles Thi Side. Holliday sox team at fort Laramie. Their second train at Bcott s Bluff. The mail out was at Ash hollow and a number of Emigrant on Sweet water doing St. Louis Republican 26fft. An this place was visited by a Good old fashioned kind fan earthquake. The Shock continued longer and was Mere severe than any Felt for several year. A rumbling noise in the Earth resembling the sound of Thunder preceded and followed the Shock. Since the above was written we learn by Agen Lemari living in the vict Niv that the cart it i opened in several places near West Lake and that an opening several Yards in length occurred in the Yard of or. We. Connelly about eleven mile from Titi. It also opened near the residence of or. Silas Beaver about six mile from this place and and and water on informant or a thrown to the height of 4ft or 90 feet. This is the first time that the Earth has opened or that a a a blow a occurred since the or a at earthquake of $15.�?.vcu Madrid Jufu in Trail 3d. To a publican a wife in Suffolk White in Church fell asleep and let fall a Bunch of keys. Aroused by then Oito she pimped up and exclaimed a a a toil there a another pig broke a a Park correspondent of the new York express who a Henrs to have a turn of a or fun and Rich anecdote gives the following a one of his letters a a Day or two since an american gentleman now a planter at to South and formerly Consul general for to United state in a amp in a. Riding the grand Avenue of lit Uba ups Ely a a in an open Baroudi. Lie was by another Geryl Lerao Ami two Lodies. A Tivy were est ending the Hilt Lea bag to use to Tuut Neal Arch the forty Araks who Are Jim now delighting the town at the it Pouilin we Down. Die be ii Louian told ins eat be a a t to drive into the Uudo Tui them and then Stop. Thu Busg done be Rose and with an Salute and in the arabic to tue commenced a courteous Cense votting. The Aston ish Cut a at the Swarthy son of thed Emirt Kim tvs to Bounds they crowded a. Rund live carnage and gazed at the ladies with the mod a age a curiosity knowing that they came from that Distant and to themed Sost mythical land the new world t they talked Long and familiarly with fhe America rent Lyman and when they parted it was w Ith deep and reverential a his. Among them was one negro from the Interior of Sou Jan a country of which we i Xii Beard hut w Here no traveler has been Able to the congregation �4 1 Hgt Ker on a foot and in Carriage that coddled around this unusual spectacle threatened at one moment to assume lilt proportions of a veritable Utt Rou nuent happily they dispersed before the intervention of the police became necessary. About ten Days ago the Loudon times coined an american anecdote which it located of the Banks of the Hudson Leavai Guoyue this it proceeded to state that the anecdote Well told Aud above ail. Highly characteristic. Us course it was copied into Gali Guam a messenger and from thence was translated into some of the French journals. It Tell under the Eye of a Friend of in us a who professes to be a lie w Rote a couple of National anecdote somewhat of the Model of that of the Louden bully obd sent them to Talignani who As in duty bound took no manner of notice put them. This Friend however knowing my intimacy with the express he Given to a copy of the correspondence tor insertion in your paper. A Here it is messes. Talignani gentlemen i saw in your paper of lha 22d ult., an article from the London times reciting a capital Steamboat anecdote illustrative of the dare Devil habits of our countrymen. The same Story appears in the Debats and Constitution Nel of monday where it is spoken of As big Ely characteristic of american Mariner. As these illustrative Aneed Ofee Are better than arguments in producing impressions we cannot have too Many of them. I therefore take the Liberty of sending Yon two specimen from a late number of the Newyl a re Bunkum Flagstaff a paper quite As incapable of palming off a fiction for a fact As the Lamdon time. A new yorker. To make the matter clearer i give the Steamboat Story in the language of the original highly character tic. A sure time ago the american government scared at the prot Gigious loss of its citizens by Steamboat explosion and being perfectly aware that these catastrophes originated in wilful negligence or temerity imposed a Fine of $5ftft, half of which was to fall to the informer on any vessel which should leave any mooring place without a previous a a Pec Ion of her machinery by government officers. Two steamboats were lying one morning in the Hudson hound for the a ame place and announced to Start at the same hour so that there was thee Hil rating Prospect of a race at full Speed All the Way. The tvs Pendor was Al his Post b it of he could Only attend to one vessel at a time if to evident that the Captain who got the certificate first would gain ten or fifteen minute great therefore was the exasperation on Board fhe Steamer left for the second turn Ito great indeed and unendurable that the passengers though not fond of throwing away dollars proposed to club the amount of the Fine and Start without inspection. It might be a full Quarter of an hour before they could be assured that their boiler was not Leaky or their machinery unsound and this was More than american nature could Bear. So they broached the idea to the a Pam who caught at it instantly with the True sagacity of i country he merely suggested a an amendment that he should Reform against himself and thereby save half the penalty to he subscribed for. This settled he jumped a Hore lodged the information against his own ship rushed Back gave the word to his Engineer and away they went with fires up safety valves lashed Down and a Crew As Happy As a peed jeopardy and Triumph could make them. Whether Thev were All blown up has not been told but the conclusion is highly the following Are the anecdotes Laid to the credit of the Flag staff National anecdote. A few Davs since a Young englishman of rank arrived in this City and took lodgings at the trying House. On Friday last it happened to be Dull weather and in consequence the Young gentleman became exceedingly gloomy and on saturday morning he was found suspended by the neck in his wardrobe. The servant who made fhe discovery supposed him dead but on approaching the body he received a severe kick in the ribs with a rough oath and a command to Clear out and mind his business. Two Bones afterwards the Young gentleman appeared de at breakfast in excellent spirits and evidently refreshed by his truly National remedy for hypochondria. Characteristic Aue Cuete. It is Well known that the French Are fond of committing suicide by jumping off from High places. An illustration of this took place on sunday last which happened to be the fete of St. Grenville. About ii of clock in the morning six frenchmen at under 25 years of age were sen marching Down Broadway attended by a band playing the Marseilles Kymn. On reaching Trinity Church Bev stopped and Niter to the very Pinacle of the Steeple an Elevation of at least 2ftt> feet. They then joined hands assumed a Peculiar attitude in compliment to St. Grenville and jumped off while the band below played a a Moura Pau la we have not heard the result but it is Hig Lily probable that they were All smashed or at least severely bruised. The roman correspondent of the daily new gives the following illustration of austrian tyranny in Italy while treating of the Castinado i must not omit to relate a tragical occurrence which i have heard As having recently take place near the City of Forli. The Austria commandant de place or As some say the officer in command of the Garrison while taking a ride on horseback accompanied by a Large dog encountered a boy 13 years of age trudging along the Road in company with a Small a log. The big dog As big , whether human or canine will sometimes do when they feel they have the Power attacked the Little a log without rhyme or reason so ferociously that the boy was obliged to come to the Aid of his four footed favorite which be did by stoning the Large brute so effectually on the head a to kill him on the pot. The austrian officer ii urinated at this denouement had the boy seized and condemned to receive Twenty five stroke of the when remonstrated As to the ability of the slender youth to endure such severe Punis Kneut he Persi Ted in i first intention and on the sentence being carried into execution the boy expired under the seven Teeth blow. The boys father a shoe maker a widower wih his Only child w to assisted him in Hia Trade became nearly distracted at the intelligence of i death and the next Moru Uig rushed frantic into the Coffee House where the austrian was Brea Kfaft ing. Plunged a stiletto into his breast and Dis led him with seventeen wounds escaping from the presence of the horrified spectators without any one making an Effort to detain him. To Nairn a. Lulu in a. The wind a Airi la i Kunef. It vast x. Rav of it. I Beard voir f Tibt. Deer sell a my a a a finer the i a a t l it it a glad i am. No Woods can to to to fee yes a re Bere a pm. Am . Dik int. Over Tbs Brook. The tvs a my Mil Nee his a the ii path a Dion foia the Hoz i each thought i mate a a night. Yer in a pm hire a a to Avo Icar. And of for Kolu Bdl y air gentle v a v Ojo an a dear far a i with Uia a 51�. Ahtonen a a. , of y it or Bright a a a a Ai. It a a a a Lynnr of but v it glow. Lik nine yet a or but a by a a and Heek to Roe to Iba mow. They Tell the Ltd of Rar Blue even j we l Row Uia a Muy Bair a to outward a Weinra Viik a a Wco 1 Kauz Jour a oui # i re fair. Who Lead. To it Fieth at break of Day. To it it to Teth in ring air who. When the a my warmth die a a soothe Iff my darkling earn ? Nelly my her and eve Ning Star i in Vav wih for ight Ynter kind and l a mar tending Are the music of my night 1 no. The l pc .,.�r a the Futi nay. A Uriah a i a Turala Lue Steirs a a a r it is 4 Eswa Paar hmm Natof Totis a Abs it i Way Torre a a a a to City for some week a to Kin Jed by f old. Irving a tax ,1 Hwy an w the i furan life Jas Nyp near acre cd o proclaimed that a Vernar of the slats Ash Aid to exterminate the her of dip Reda turns were i a Tnp Auy remained n this i a Pic a Appow that Irvi he had been invite of nothing More u to ter l a in or from a Quot pm several Rane a i my Quot a company a Nimg liar in a Hurt Hwy Avard a a Tom i wer 1 m a d a no. A to a in apaches. A committed White Mcnatt and a c Tiesi d robbed s. Ted Thi City Al and Fri to i that lev-6 the veil re a i con Jehu inner they my weary and hungry. Two int., est a were Sunru. A it to Ftp us of that Little parlor were Luci Aud a 1 user a kurd hearted sprightly Little la it were attacked by the Indian woo Gat he 1er a Well beaux it cat dressed in e a i a in a Lull. I. K. From the Lor with the loss of thirteen of the a Al and Kra. A 1 w a sitting one evening in a pleasant Little parlor beside a Bright t Oal or. It was such a neat quiet Home a one love to find. Who is weary and hungry. Two interest a a a inmates puts the Tori girl the Iatter White spotted with Black. It we Plain to be seen that miss fuss had been Wal brought up. And had. In bribed to a Verv a Leli Gottul Dag Reia the quiet and affectionate spirit of the family. A a Lucy a a said i a a which do you love most me or your cat p a a Why i love you most a said she. Laughing. A a 1 am not quite sure of that Lucy. You see the River yonder. Suppose i and the cat should both fall into the River which would you help first a a a 1 should help you a a and let your cat drow n the death struggle of her drowning cat decided the matter against uie. But i could but Aguiire the skill with which she introduced a special plea to justify herself there was much human nature in it a she said �?o1 could not help you much hut i nine it help the cat. A a Well Lucy. I Hope you will never find necessary to Cinque either alternative and and your eat will not be rivals to your affection. A Chris. Herald. Oved to re in fit to Ami children b a of Gen by a s Caw w a two it held y Ester Jay a v of a up Auer i Tofte a i c be in front the f Sun take the command on 1 ill Tilla cd a at cd Lis own company. The Force at chief or citizens Ose n we Tsige Troia the spirit a prisoner a Gnu be take. La wot it a Quot Jed t meet i red us Flea a will rank a it t tor i a Ranche s i it mfg. General last tevet Fig. It he Force is cab it to together Wilts a Are a a no relating it a must ring and wifi Ted that Issy Courtr a a in to d t. T of Sci m a a. Sot i Ory a a Lowell id tory girl Ritmo from one of the Teri it a oven in Georgia to the Lowell advertiser tin following description of a Southern Cotton Mill when i first went into the Mill i in a speechless but Ziy Tongue has it me been loosened and 1 have expressed by mind in tolerably Plain lir Shah. The girl in the mylar to ignorant mat Vou have to talk with them As though they were Hil Jrsn not More than three years old. They key it their bonnets on w Hen in the Mill Ami Alo the men their hats. There is but one e Ock in the , and looking Gla a until Vic carried in our own. A Northern hog pen is a pallor when placed in comparison with the Mill. We had Uch a disturbance about the dirt that the hot superin tend aut came in with a Hoe and shovel and commenced work around the sink As dough he a in a barn Yard. Nearly All the girls m the null Chew tobacco. They have Al of a a �11 a tick nearly a Large As a pipe Stem me end of which they Chew until it is something like a Hiu i. Then they a lip it into snuff put it in their Mouth and suck it like a Bahy. They pay 2 it cents a bottle for snuff on of which will last them a week. _ _ Why of our to Wen get if one Hundred men. It would be Safe we think to is Ert that at least seventy live have a Strong idea to be possessed of w in Lily goods and property in a word to be Rich. Of these seventy five m our Active an i ready witted american population it would rarely happen unit one a Entil Cly wanting in faculty it let Diligence and yet few up to Middle age acquire a competency or in respect Toto tune accomplish their wishes. Can any Man give us the philosophy of this frequent result / it appear to a to la m a Small Compass. There is in every Community a number of a or soils determined a t to labor who lend their whole inert energies to the reversal of the or Ler of scripture. A a by the sweat of thy brow Hajt thou live they then resolve and maintain their Resolution with Calm Aud stubborn uniformity to the end of their Day., not to to sweat but to a keep Cooil a and let other work in the heat of the Day. Uha acte a of this stamp Are to be found to every town Village City and District in the country. And How do they live simply by using others. Either by getting Possession of their property without paying for it on a false cred i the Bank to apply to or seat for Relief. \ it or by bringing others in by Way of Loans and decree followed relieving it from Al obligation endorsements to pay their debts. In a word diligent americans fail to grow Rich at Iea to to secure a competency by not collecting the debts they have earned in their calling or by arming or the a marauders an her univ at the cab. A scouting part. Claro coded by or. Hope left Gen. Two s Camp about three week i intending to be absent to Days. They returned yesterday and reported having had an with the in a Utah. I t which Fri Tom Indiana were killed. Or. Hope end his in u a n Rural fad where a a meets their num mrs. The indians remain a Yeeg Jhu fort during to a lays and to such number let a. Hope a paty deemed it dangerous to venture of. They had win or in their fort pit suffered work from want of food the indians withdrew at my a end of five Day am the party returned to cd Rupelt a a there was no water tor Many byte a it a Una except in the fort Ami it is presumed the indians were compelled to give a a it the siege m of the scar City old la. Private g age received an set a wound in the shoulder. No other person of the party Arm injured. The natural fort Abov alluded to a to a a 5ft mile hey of i the Mohave and i i a a most remarkable curiosity. Or. Hope came to town t it evening. Several persons who had been a a a a it Ted w to Gen. Murihead expedit sort a a it through thu City on their Way to the upper country a be Davs since. They inform us that the exp if thu is bound to Sonora a m Vuk where they Wilt strike up a Reoh Trion. The Arm out of the Joseph lie consisted of two old Musket but the general in fur me a ins men that be had a a a my i ahead tilled w Ith firearm and site plate. Nyx he the expedition reaches Sonora we shall Seeve hat we Sendl see. A i a it nation of Urr. Sny a we we learn by Lyviu. H. Brown of express that capt. Snow. Of Dragoon Gulch near Sonora a murdered on the Luth info two mexican who stabbed him White weighing a me a i at his tent. The a it to Udo inflicted were near the Region of the heart. Cap i. Snow was f. It a a thou Aaton Maine Ami much re peeled. The murderers had made a grave in w hich to Bury hot in victim immediately upon Beng a toss Ctol. Capt. Sine rushed from his tent and gae who alarm to a on ? persons about a a Yir it a lbs. The whole com try were in Pur it it of Trie cd trans but they had not been taken whet or. B own car. The com kit v of Austria a Luctus Jiuu o ii a if he intelligent fur of an correspond it o the St. Lout Republican g Irani Vienna give an account of the Fin amp ecu condition of Austria which w calculate to interest the general in Kra particularly at the Tiute. When the tide of travel set so Strong emote Wara a the we get circulating of and a a at present consist of a very coarse paper Issue from a a to Kruzer Bill of about two Mcbee Square to one two five ten and fifty Juri Hill of our a four Ond a half inches Square and of coarse a Tiff paper. In making change a had of six ten or to. Eive Kreuzer i torn into two part and Pai it out separately. I often had my be diet half tilled with these bits of Greasy paper. Sixth a Titan Florin be equal to an american half Dollar. But this Money a depreciated won thirty per cent., an with every Prospect of i still further Deprez Iati a. The institution authorize to Issue bids is Cabied the n it tonal Bank chartered a 1516, and extended by renewal to 1866. It a always enjoyed the most extraordinary privileges issuing it Bills without limit and redeeming generally at pleasure. For some time How xer previous to the last revolution in Vienna the let a a paid specie on her Bills hut during the excitement of i<48, a heavy r a v. As made for a Pecie which co opt had Kruezer make one Lori in Silver would having to pay the debts of other people. There Are two fruitful resources of All the failures of the country. Do we argue therefore against Loans and credits ? in one form Aud another they Are the Bond and basis of modern society to redeem making its Bills receivable far government dues and a Legal tender a ail busier it a i transactions. It is estimated that this Bank has Over three Hundred uni Iton of Florin of its Bill in circulation and perhaps Twenty millions it a specie in it vaults. The is banking to some purpose. The Stock is principally owned by individuals upon w hich a dividend has it a a a made f As High a Twenty five per cent. Tits Gow Tif the Point we seek to get at is this that men ment however has imposed some recent res la a it i t i a a i sections lir Eilirio the Dividen a to us or so Ven who have Small Means should live of Small Means that no Man has a right to launch into splendor upon the expected profits of his business and to make i creditors contribute to his extravagance and that of his household in other , no Man has a right to spend a Dollar before he has earned a he Fhi. The science of Dunning. A i say Jacques this Dunning is easily reduced to a science and Art. A Boot maker desired to it i cent., Ali creating a redemption fund from the surplus. There other a ascription of a i or m a Ney it More recent origin put Mircu Ilion by the . Orcis called the hungarian is a. Which is a Ani to in a bad upon a Urne of hangar Tab Security. And the other is much similar to aur Treasury notes. They Are about the same Foros and denomination the hols of the National Bank and circulate a Bank Bill. The issues collect a Bill of Twenty Dollar against a clergy j Are unlimited and with a any reasonable pros Titus. Pm it of not image redemption. In addition to this Mode of ratting meant to keep up this corrupt and tottering go a verment lotteries Aie a Tao her from which a Fargo Revenue is y of will recollect that during to la arg a Nan War Kiv Wuth obtained Possession of the Pla a of the old hungarian Bank and Bills tor Man the Rev. Or. True Lel you know Jacques a Man of Talent great Talent great virtue particular Friend of mine. Went j see him Couch la it pay. Called the next Day on this pretty wife Fine woman finest Eye in new York gut on the tender Side of Here he it us in de to make her husband Par called the next Day would it see my. Well went to Church j the tue of i Ruby to the amount of a oxus forty Early like going to Church. Tru Dell was to million a. Tins paper of coir be has Berence a preach got a seat in the first Pew right straight i my i front of the pulpit Bat quiet through prayers till Truesdel got up in the to preach then Didus to 1 lean Forward and rest my elbows on the front of the j new and bold Luy clan up with by tit hands and did no to 1 fix my eyes upon s Lisins never stirred them once looked right a straight into the ver Buddie of i forehead like the tag Retizer do. No preaching that Day. No preaching at All tried to in it Butko it my Eye a n him and he did not know what j he was driving at. Every body said it was the shortest Sermon they d Ever heard. People went away i went and thanked turn tor such a Good Sermon. Did no the truth Pale and re if but he answered quiet As a Tsien 1 asked in j a whisper what time would tie see me to mor j Row. A nine of clock a a Aysh. And away 1 went. A called tins morning just a it the clock was Ulrik j my nine come to the door him it Eft. Looked doleful. As though he a going to it be burial service. 1 put the Bill into ids hand he put the Money into mine put has other hand on inv shoulder a Ghi bless you my son a says a amen a Crieda real country Tui Fine preacher a line a Rachers of marriage without worst of All mock eries is a marriage without love Vok King together hut not in Union bondage without la Bond a multiplication of All the Burden of life for both parties without a Mutual life interest and like the offering of a whole family to Liaise god whose demands or never satisfied because whatever the sacrifice there is no atonement. Too Many matches Are Mace in contusion they have no Faith in their composition and Tiu Refore an abundance of am. There May be sincerity i Iusti in them but too often it is sincere aelfishne�.4 Kearns and de urn Llu a �1 property. From the officer of the Steamer St. Paul Down yesterday from Council Bluffs we learn that on the 17th inst. A violent storm of wind and rain accompanied by heavy Thunder and Liate by the austrian government and the toe has fatten heavily upon to people who had received it for a valuable consideration. It a confidently predicted by Many Welt informed resident Here that the govern a it lat verging toward total bankruptcy. Austria with a debt of from fifteen to Twenty ill tour a an army of nine Hundred thousand wit a so of endow work of inter rail improvements r Pru Gree without Ere Init at Fiji in or Clio Racket abroad i without Home manufacture or foreign com-1 Pierce must and that too to no far Distant be Rind fall into absolute or i Youso Aiea i prevalent in some j communities Chat Voung men a tit neither for generals nor salesmen and that they must be i kept in the Back ground until their pm Sicol strength is impair a by age and their into hic Tual faculties become blinded Byju a let a look to the history of the Pool and from the Long list of heroes and Tat a Hueu who luvs nobly distinguished themselves we a Ball find that they were Young men who perform a those i which has woo them an Meed of i Tarn and placed their name High on the pm of , fhe conqueror of the w hot j civil Zeit world Viz fit sect Egypt and Asia did at 33 Vear of age. Boi to amp Rte a crowned emperor of France when 33 yes of t Pitt you ogee brother was about 2ft year of age when in Britain parliament be Toby and lightning prevailed for several hours extending in Quot my a ? men be no. ilfde3wl. To Brouchous to , 1. A a. M the. ��4 l la. A but i Oln tuna. A in a in i to new Luuru. A Yves Tern editor thus sums up the peculiarities of a contemporary a the is too Lazy to earn a meal and too Man to enjoy one. He was never generous but once and Fiat was when he gave the itch to an a or entice boy. So much for Bis goodness of Eort. Of i Industry he say the Public May be the better judge Wrhen he states that the Only Day lie was Ever worked was the Day he mistook Castor of for that clix Conr Otwe fhe Washington Republic informs the Public that the buildings in be ersted m Adf Litzou of to be Cape told of which the Cor her Sloue a Laid on the 4th of j Dye Are to by a a h us Hundt and Ferter us feet thirty a a get feet night Michel deep. They Are to be placed at a distance of m tar four feet Troia tto present Capitol or the North an i South ends and will he United to u by Cun voting corridor. The tonal Chi Matier Wei Heel Eniy cd get net by v plot bum ired feet in tip Clear and the Hail of the House of representatives one Hundred and thirty led both these Chambers will by placed in the Western a Uto pc the new build is Kanesville to Kansas in Many places a roofing barns and houses Dame ii no by Nilges and throwing Down fences. Tiie lightning was very t Foo Ned Burke at the age of 25, w is Tbs first lord of the to Erory. To it or own Washington was but 15 when he commend to rear Tui the m �.3 pipe pm and. r of tree a. A a a a. Quot a a Bini struck. . In the Twu a a by i i a a wpo�?o1"� Cru i a a a a a a a a a a i. In Jik \ Thomas Jefferson was but 23 when we will wait with painful interest. Or. Phillips Chik of the St. Paul state a a re sury. That it riporr., .1. Point or or to. Tour of a a a we tir. A a a a a a a Orion. In i in Jurong the term ,. At the a a i 3 a a . Jln. In a tir a a t Quot cd a the a a a c half it Csc Brit Ign College eng Ami hav a it by his sewn to of eight men were sitting at a table in a bar room playing at cards it Fine glee when the House a a truck by Light a dug and the whole number instantly killed. The names of the be sous killed and owner of the to is were Joanow n. It is hoped that the whole Story May it . Up 25tk. Murder in Farwell a Vermont Money Lender was shot at water Tow o. By t scots in of Stu Retoy awk. By a Man assumed name is Brown a Painter by Trade. Farwell was also robbed of #23ft by Brown. Ftp in Fri cling in the Southern and to Central counties of this state the wheat has been secure in Fine order. In them a re Northern portion Ltd of Wayne Ashton and Vark coun ties the Piarre b a Little later and the Farmers have been troubled with Fote Rains hat we understand the crop on the whole b very heavy and a Beeney ured at least with an average run of Hick. Should a demand Crar to move f both the old Anil the new crop this season there Are not warehouses enough on the Lac chore to do the storing Orvy a is cough on Lake or e to do the shipping to Diec oversee rendered Lus name . F Quot a a it k Vii olt a a learn from i Tom inn Veatron in the Middletown Iton Rinel by it a. Balt Reti a i that place that a Beautiful a a ire Tim try marked Rast of a Kangaroo to just toe discover a in the Portland i Marr. It is so characteristic that there is no ear of a mistake. The a Imal was Atout t feet Toug with a Tail of 21 inches Strong and Lar a it it base and a Iper be fun Larnt of the Irani tags re tag Tike Al a Quot we Are a a warty Chii . Atu �4 i tie pm Arroo Tai Jiant Tif of the tint being two in a toss measuring a of tide of we is 5 1-2 me to wide the Tail 3 inches Over at its Tosse. Ill a Inep lip rns shows that tint animal had used great Force we re a a wave like a Rule on thigh behind w Tore the a Tbs a a had Bee placed Ito body is a mall Tot a vre and no a Narks of fora lest Are to based a. This i another striking peculiarity of the Kangaroo a file h Movana by super wire jumps a Rev walking pm Alt for a is. Lbs broadest part of the Figer behind is 91-2 me to lire disco ver v to Kvam it apart ant to Gwo Gizits and Stod Dhu of a Turai of

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