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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 16, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Burlington weekly i a be Cit ask re a nor let All the Isis Bov aim St at be the co by Btu a the codes Aso truth. Amp a family in moral in Malifa Anil Dai Otry tax Iterator a Siratt Cam merry 3grirnltort Iris Ani #eui5 of Ujj Dag. By Morgan amp , Iowa saturday August 16, 1851. Vol. 2�?no. 3. A Noey torning. tit ii. 151. Hot Mth. If there Ever was a Man who might emphatic v be called the u Washington of hit club or a Al potion to her interests and deep Sochi a Jie for her Freedom. That Man is the Noble yet a a re Kaif a. In future ago a whet the i old a a of a natures have witnessed the 0rrrthfow of despotism the downfall of Dynas Tad the establishment of Republican govern throw hot the entire civilized world the a a Kossuth will be consecrated in the u, of every True Friend of Liberty and he Lawty. He apotheosis will be in the hearts of i countrymen As that of Washington is now la ours. Who does not sympathise with him As be weeps Over the misfortunes of his unhappy country who can peruse his letters and not Witt a or to what Devotion every impulse of Lus great soul centres around the melancholy Fate of his beloved Hungary though a captive an i a a if tier in a far Distant land he never for a sine moment forgets that Noble cause his Devo neat it which has brought him chains and Cap twit. He is in himself the embodiment of the sent of Liberty with him with his Noble Freedom is no idealism but a living reality. And than. With what heart Felt gratitude he a Lades to the interest manifested by our government and people in the care of his to read his soul stirring letters would almost Kike us wish that a a non intervention a in the affairs of foreign nations were not a part of the policy of our government. Our feelings and sympathies almost get the better of our judgment and prompt the desire that our government would a end an armament to the Sublime Porte a and demand the release of the Noble Patriot demand his release in the nun of humanity in the name of Freedom in the name of christianity in the name and by the authority of Justice arid right. Who can id his letters in regard to the Black treachery of the ottoman government and not feel the deepest indignation Burn within his heart fa.o�, cowardly cringing Turkey after prom i tuft him Protection within her Borders and an tec Sou 1 ram California. We received by one of the last mail a number of late California papers. We copy some of the local items of interest Hunch of Barley All of which sprung from one Grain has been taken Iron a Field on american River which consisted of 22o Heads. In reference to the above the Union Sas the Bunch is dry and weighs 7 1-2 lbs. It is a perfect sheaf irom one Gram. That the residents of the older states May believe that this is the greatest agricultural country in the world tins Hunch is to lie boxed up and forwarded to Hon. Henry Clay. We Challenge the w orld to furnish specimens of grains or vegetables equal to those raised in the Sacramento Valley. The Lucky Fellows who made the big lift at Placerville Are we. Smith. Boyer of Virginia and Stephen Fuller of Illinois. The amount taken out by Thern in one Day last week a 86 ounces $121 from 22 loads of dirt which they had to haul three quarters of a mile from the head of Oregon Ravine. From 1 re . Porter from Volcano diggings informs us that the miners generally in that Vicinity Are doing uncommonly Well. They sink their Hole to the depth of go or 30 feet arid the dirt pays for washing from the surface. The Earth is carted to Sutter Creek about 310 Yards and it usually yields from $10 to $16 Pei Load. A a Long tour in a Are in general use and one of there machines Wei Wash Twenty . D to. Tit Ghl 1 found in be target quantifies in a red Clay intermingle 1 with gravel. The Grid is usually coarse. Or. Porter found a Lump perfectly pure a Lew Days since weighing $��?~�3. A correspondent of the transcript after Eulogi zing mud Springs says of that place the miners generally Are doing Well. It is but a few Day s since a Rich Hank was discovered in a Ravine a Short distance from Here where two new yorkers have Ceu extracting their thousand dollars a Day causing Many to flock to their location. All have been successful. At the Shasta diggings seven men recently took out $10.000 in fifteen Days one Lump weighing nine Hundred dollars. Tie names of the fortunate miners Are Given through the papers. A Long Island Indian name 1 Frank Brewer was Lourid dead in Montgomery Street on the 2d i inst. Lie is sup it used to have been hugged to i death for the purpose of robbing him. I the indians have been Troub re ome in the White men under a Captain living Are reported to have committed Many outrage upon the inhabitants of log Angelo Valley. The citizens volunteered and went in Pursuit. But the la account received is that the indians of a certain mtg Sion had destroyed Captain Irving and his 11 men. The attempt to Bam the Eity have been to to turn tons to recapitulate too mild and malignant i to allow any other interpretation than a a leter mined plan to Burn the City. But our citizens Are vigilant and woe to him who is caught in i the commission of the crime. A is it Ita for his companions in misfortune at the Southern Section of the state. A company of High Behest of Austria betrays All her sacred Pec get. Violates her plighted Faith and instead of a Home and Security w ishm her Borders Send him a prisoner to a foreign land and it is this feature in the picture of his misfortunes that seems to his mind to Wear a deeper Shade of darkness than any other. Austria he knew to be Lus enemy and the enemy of his Prussia too he knew trembled for her own Iron Security should Liberty Triumph in Hungary Are he expected nothing from them but malignant haired and oppression but he was not prepared far the perfidy of a Power that promised him Protection and seemed to Manifest the deepest sympathy in his misfortunes. With what generous and grateful applause those nations where constitutional Liberty existed manifested their feelings of approbation at the course the government of Turkey seemed to take in behalf of Ibe Noble exiles her past oppressions w Ere Aland forgotten and her blood stained sins of cruelty to the unhappy greeks were Gigli Well forgiven by our countrymen when she first threw Cun a Slade a life duelling. A you walk the Street of a German University town you cannot fail to remark the group of students distinguished by their picturesque a ires and Black Portio ios from All around item. Must of them Wear the sign of their respective a chore a or College societies a a mall coloured yellow Green White or red and a liver according a the wearer is a a swabian,9 a Vandal a prussian a or a a westphalian a chore brother a a the Quarter from which he a the however by no mean determining his College associations. Indeed the Berlin and other Prus Iii students at and Elbirg not in frequently Are members of the 8wabiari and westphalian you must notice also that upon very Many faces there Are one or More scars that Ratiner injure the expression of a set of uncommonly handsome countenance. And if you ask the cause you Are told that Lee arc lie trophies won in the duelling room. When you a re further informed that the authorities have control Overath a Tudon a who Are answerable to their own faculty alone and that Froais three to four Duel occur daily you can badly help regarding a Certa in University As a very turbulent and Lawless place. So much Lor a Ufi it but go with me to View the actual combat before your judgement is pronounced. A through the kindness of an acquaintance 1 a enabled to be present at the meeting of two rather noted combatants which took place As usual in the Hall of a Little secluded inn opposite Hidelburg. The introduction was hardly necessary you have Only to let a known a a stranger. To come and go freely. When we entered the Ante Roon w As occupied by the parties to the first Duel and their seconds and assistants who were Dresser g the principals i lie s were lounge g about smoking and handling the weapon laughing and chatting a if it Weie no serious affair. I saw the whole Progress of robing. Fhe right Ann was first enveloped in bandages silk then a san fed sleeve draw n Over it so As to cover it entirely and at the same time to encumber the Arm so much that the dualist must support it upon the shoulder of a intend who a food by him for that purpose. Then a padded leather breast la med behind covered him from the Knees to Throat a Cravat of silk like a bolster in Turk less guards the Throat he Drew on a thick studied Glove joke a boxing Glove but with Long a tufted wristlet donned a Cap also fluffed and with a Long leather that shielded his lace pronounced Cady and led to his place on one Side of the larger Hail. By one Side a Tood his second similarly guarded but m a Les degree and on the other the Arm supporter. The a a a cd Lagein a a pointless double edged sword with a Basket Hilt very Lithe and flexible Blade and a length of about two and one half feet was Given to each of the principal and to each second and everything was prepared. No combat May Ial More than fifteen minutes exclusively of pause for rest and the Umpire stood with watch in hand and gave the word quot Fertig ready a los a go All four Advance to meet each Ether holding their weapons Engarde the Hilt elevated and the Point Down aids and the seconds who Are to Parry and not strike keeping close behind their principals. I hey were soon Ine. W Hen a blow a struck both second interposed their Blades cried for. Log is Tinas of or f tuesday evening aug. 6, l Ibi. \ the a a of to Day were Light and aum Sunlly a Lour quota Iuo of Are feels or. Flo Fri Sale of 5�� Hbl second Brand City ltd private err a 90 but Springfield at $4 4u bbl june a at it 27 bus 11 be Mills at $4 25 j9t u4s United states at �1 f74 it i la Ard and 15 bbb second Brand Eity at $3 �74 on b Ani. Cobbs air of 5�si sack Beate 1 at Xiv 162 a damaged at 25� 257 a a hit and yellow at 40c non levee 130 ska heated at 100 a a pure White at 42c from levee and 95 so White at 4 be from levee. Oar a it aids of 2u0 dual 2sc an 1 155 ska at 23c. Ski it. Turned. I Ikata re Ler of 200. 70 and 51 ski at 89e and 1,355 ska in the Exchange at from 75 to a �3c a up Bush. Baas�?��1� of 15$ it a at 4ft if blow. of 5# Keg a it or no. I. Al 94e v in. A cwt a Rales of 39� a i hams at 94- 1 a boulders at 7c 400 bagged Ham at 9. 200 canvassed Ham at life 1 Ami 10 casks skis at 9c High. Sale of about 250 bus country raw in lot at 22c of a . Covrig it ale of Loo hags fair Rio at 94c pub. R Cen Salee a f 8 tvs Al 4e v la. Fisc bbl sir at $ i 4�f i a 45 to h. Burra a we quote Romona to prune us to puckers at 74<vk. And to re la. 1er� at 10< it la. Cac Aatu with a in 1. Rale retail demand in a in my a ice it. The to t it for do Iowa front Imnel to rup lower car of or a a it Muon to prime at fip�y7e a opt la urls Wax la Cady a Kin and at from 21 to 22c �?Tf4 Pound. Lint a a we quote dry Flint at 9�im0e dry Altai at a. And Grma a cd it 4 i i pc. Of Iii it we Market Dull with sales of tin ail he at Tett p la. It a Roa base a in steady deman i with Salar to Lay of 13d ski Al we a Leonel. By inst i Riim Freh egg have sold to the past three Days at 10fo 104e a oem. Packet Rule Tower say Fin 9 m94� v d in Aeo get Hng to Quality. A Cimity a to new a Unhao re. Floor. Be Girt ,35r Corn 7 a at and bran. 15e i Hithe or to and lard i5e of h o lbs hav. 2� of Imp 11� Lead. Ruto lbs hemp. $4 50 v ton and cattle $5 a Beati. Tuesday >oniyc4. At a Uwe u. Idi. Latin eve or till us title of Yew Orleans. We have often heard it remarked there were Ida v Gray beaded people living with ten Miles of the fail of Niagara who had never been to wines the Sublime Rush of its water. There Are Many per on living in the first municipality of new Orleans to whom the City Aue canal Street i a term in Cognati. The a thing seem astonishing yet we venture to say that to lure Are in Lafayette and in new Orleans filly thousand citizens who have never visited the Plains of Chalmette on which were fought the memorable battled of the 2jd december 1811, at. I the 8th of january 1815. Yet this theatre of terrible conflicts buy be reached by the mexican Gull railway in half an hour there Are two incidents in the events of 1811, that have been much commented on Viz the watchword of the British on the morning of the 8fh, a a Beauty aug 5oo/y,�?� and the rep Iid breast work of a a Cotton Bales a from behind which the riflemen of Jackson poured such a destructive fire. The British writers have made Many efforts to Pixie that there a no such watchword Given nut it has been satisfy Only dab listed that the a inducements were held out to in Pire the soldiery and which doubtless urged them to those who came to California to see the elephant and have faded in the operation had better Compromise and go and see the whale. Melak Choey melancholy Sui 1 ride was committed at Hoboken at week by of which the new Yolk Tribune furnishes a detail of All Theca a which led to it. The following Are the essential particulars deceased came to this City about three years ago. From Bavaria w Ith plenty of Money in excellent health and with fair prospects tor the. .1 .1 a a. J future. Unfortunately however he got among a open her army to j no of of Gambler who soon succeeded in be inc ing him to Beggary. He returned to Europe again w Ith what Little Money he had saved from the Faro table. Here he obtained free a supplies for i pocket and again came to new York 011 bound the packet ship Hendrick Hudson. On Board this vessel was a bavarian gentleman named Hahnemann together with his wife and daughter who now reside in tin City and Wixom deceased claimed a his Uncle aunt Field officer and almost half the army had fallen before the american fire. Dreadful Indr Al. Would have been the Fate of new Orleans had the enemy stimulated with the idea of a a Beauty and Booty a and infuriated by resistance succeeded in forcing the lines of Gen. Jack on. The Lengli a writers have endeavoured to a to a ton and the swords of the seconds in i count Lor the signal and defeat of de. Fliey run no possible risk except their num erotic Well appointed and ably com m Index aim by a Erting that j.tek-011 was to companions to her bosom now How deep must forever be the feeling of scorn and indignation. W Hen they see her crushing not Only the b Dies but the spirits of those very ones in her false and fatal grasp b it a Dav of retribution will Totne. Austria will yet have to Frel the weight of the avengers Rod Prussia a Hall yet Lall before the mighty Arm of Freedom nerved with the invincible Power of a an a Cousin to All or whom he appeared devoted kor to �1 d Turkey poor imbecile Turkey. A attached and especially to ins Cousin to v,.11 �1 Ilc deep into the Gulf of oblivion and whom Belaid he was to he married on their a though their epitaphs shall he written in blood Rezon. Unexplained his affianced yet there will Anse upon their ruins the Temple Bride suddenly refused to receive his addresses of Freedom grand Beautiful and imposing i 11 and the Uncle and aunt also treated him with All its proportions 5 and Hungary the Cruz hed decided coolness which so deeply affected Young. 1 a a a Aid Haviser that during the remainder of the and Down Sodden Hungary w ill arise i he uie a Sage tue Waitl a do of mind bordering on like from Hei Aslies a the Star of her destiny desperation and was actually prevented by a Fel will Shine out Bright and glorious amid freedoms Low passenger from throwing himself overboard upon arriving 111 this City he had in Caf Constellation and her posterity will do ample and impartial Justice to the memory of the Noble ko�sl�?T1h election an election for supreme and District judges took place in miss Iri on a Day last. It is impossible As yet to May who have been elected to the supreme , with the exception of or. Gamble who would seem from return received to have been pretty generally supported by All parties Iti the City of St. Louis the following gentle Meu have been elected circuit judge Alex. Hamilton. Comm m plea a Samuel treat. Criminal court a. B. Colt. Law commissioner John castello. Jailor James castello. The three former Are already incumbents by a . To the positions to we hich they have been respectively elected. A Otuel bottle in san let or in then a York sex pro so dated at port a Prince on the 15th july mentions another Oatle a having been fought Between the Hay Tien and dominicans near the Tow n of Catuy a a i the 13th june which is represented a a have proved very disastrous to the emperor troops of whom about a Wal were slam out of a Force of 2.ttkt men. An irn Meuse Quantity of Arm and ammunition fell into the hands of the victors besides 2ki prisoners among w Hom Are a Nephew of the emperor and nine officers of a ome distinction. It is further stated that the routed i Ariay took shelter in the fortified town of san Juan while the victors retired in excellent order on the Southern Bank of the Yuma River ready at ail a a me to Only on the defensive and re Puiu their invaders. Halt a and Alt four marched Hack again. Tin a Fine whale w As driven ashore a few Days we repeated again and again until the teme was those desperate assault persevered in to a de since on the Long Beach outside the head and j up a Jujen the two heroes were unpacked and i tie Short of madness until nearly every it 1 by this you see to Liege Sre two a men to guard and but one to Stuke. Each tour a and nothing but the end of the nose the tips of the ears and a Small portion of each Cheek can be hit every where else a sword. ,. V 1proof Armor defends them. But one blow i it Al Samuel Aidha Iwer of Wincn tiie new up it i a owed Mil 110 feint u Termini blk indeed the j swords can scarcely Cross before the word is Given i Terpo i of an ugly scar and of that not much. 1 Law j two Duel fought in Winch neither was touched surely entrenched behind Cotton Bale a and the 1 though the second pair fought with much spirit. I statement Fia come current and accredited and one of them w a left Fiance do a fact w hich give Inin no Little advantage. The principal damage was done to the weapons two or three of which Weie snapped in the course of the fight. Regarded As duels the students combats Are Abs or it they Are nothing More than a sword sex Ercile with the risk of an Unco Forta a Hie and disfiguring scratch. They certainly offend again any moral Law no More than a foot Ball match and though forbidden by the University statutes they Are perfectly Nofo Riou. And never interfered with. You May tee in the print hop windows a Large lithograph representing a student Duel w Ith All the figures and j line a a yes and very Good on and to make Assurance doubly sure the autograph fac simile of each is of ii a a i the i int. Any other combat is extremely rare and Only occurs when a Orne serious quarrel is the cause. Within two Dave however the firs meeting for a mortal quarrel a for a Var past has taken place. The parties fought with a Abies and undefended by Armor. Otherwise the same regulations As to time an 1 interposition of the second were observed. One of the principals was severely if not fatally wounded by a Cut Over the head and now lie in great danger. The other fled immediately beyond the British Frontier. Another such will not probably occur for two or three years and duels with the pistol Are almost unheard of. So that As you May Eek the students j life is a far More peaceable one than first in a would Lead one to suppose a Cor. Of sew Bedford Mcrury. A Man . H Kimble left the residence of his brother b Rankus him blk of a upon a a about three thousand dollars but soon w As be it by the gamblers. Tie re Tot tie Story is soon told. In a few dal s Fie it All his a beggars condemned by his friends and de posed by himself. Then came despondency and despair and the awful denouement a already related. Dysentery and Bowel have received the following communication from an old Friend whose name it we should give it would at once put a Confidence in i recipe that would Cau a a general trial of . I at. To the editor of the Baltimore Patriot gentlemen a tie dysentery 1 prevailing to an alarming extent in Many parts of the 8tate. The writer to Hawks it an Ctol do in a and humanity to the Community to give publicly the annexed simple remedy Lauriti sized fit an eminent skilful a d popular fre re physician formerly of this City the beneficial results of which the writer Fia per orally experienced a Well a Many others who have made the thai at ins suggestion. pint of clean Oats to he browned the same a cot fee but not to Fie ground put in a clean Vesel. With two quarts of water then simmered Over the tire until reduced to one quart vol in Cool decant off. Dose Lor a grown per on a common a izod Tumbler sweetened with loaf sugar out no milk or Cream. Three tumblers in Alinor tall cae w ill afford Relief. City on last saturday night�?2nd inst., while the i unit were a Leep and Fia no been heard of since. He a t recently come to the country even in this country. We remember to have heard the late major Dave a an Aid of general this error. He a Aid it was not True that our army a sheltered by Cotton Bales. Tie commanding general had Lak a the precaution to prevent any boat from falling into tie enemy a hands being determined that it they crowed tie River they should do it in their own boats. On the 29th december a Flat boat a seen Drifting Down the River having eident a broken from its moorings. Cotton at that time was a Mere drug hardly commanding a Price that warranted its transhipment and storage and such a arrived at the City usually remained Lor some Days in the boat. On Board this floating boat were Twenty nine Bales. Gen. Jackson ordered it to be towed ashore to prevent it from Drifting into the Camp of the enemy. The bal a were rolled ashore within our lines but some thirty Yard from the bastion and in the rear of the position occupied by our troops during the Battle. And there they remained and were seen by six Hundred British Pri Oner taken in the redoubt of the american line w to a some Consolation for their defeat trumped up the a tory of our lighting behind a breastworks of Cotton Bales. The tact is our ramparts were made of Louisiana Earth not so favourable in itself but because behind them a something More solid and impregnable tie indomitable breasts of freemen i Hting for their families and Hearth it tune arid animated five one of the greatest men that tie world a Ever known this it was against which the Pride of Britain coded like the maddened Billows against a Rock planted in the infuriated flood a single incident of the conflict which will be remembered by All the survivors of that memorable Day will serve to show tie height of this Rampart of ear a which British writers re ext a Tate Elet Ioas. dispatch from Louisville said to he Fin a reliable source dated 7th inst states that Powell Democrat has been elected governor by a Small majority that Marshall whig has been re elected to Congress by Small majority and that five democrats Are suppose to have been elected to Congress from the state among them maj. John c Breckennedge formerly a resident of this place. His acquaintances Here without distinction of party will be pleased to hear of his he it a gentleman of Brilliant talents and highly popular manners. Our old Friend a Greasy Bob a or Robert Wickliffe As he is More recently designated we rather Valeu late has gone by the Board. We could have wished him a better Fate for the Sake of a Auld Bug Cassius m. Clay is making rather a slow race for governor on the abolition track. dispatch from Tuscumbia dated aug. 6, says that Houston Union candidate for Congress has a majority of 9p3 in the three counties of Lauderdale Morgan and it mesh of a. Tie Union ticket is triumphant in every county heard from. accounts from Indiana by Telegraph to the St. Louis press state that Gorman Vincennes District Democrat has been elected by Between two and three thousand majority. It is supposed that Dunham Democrat is elected in tie new Albany District. Elect to Retera. Van Mcben ticket composed of wigs and democrats elected. E mat lie county judge. Ben. F. Marlow formerly of this City sheriff. Ben is a Good Fel lows a if be is a w Monroe whigs recorder and Surveyor supposed to be elected. Wacello county the Ottumwa courier says for county judge Osborn dry is elected by 273 majority g i lord a for sheriff. A Frederick. Let super i or 31 Brownd Coroner 8 Pumroy a treasurer and collected 96. Washington ticket said to be elected. Henry ticket elec Tep by major it in ranging from 40 to 200. Muscatine. A or. Washburn elected county judge of Muscatine and not or. Parvin As was stated some Days since. A not Roa the understand that in a suit brought before la. Harris on saturday last by or. N. Dodge homa Pattist against or. Henry Sprague it a decided. Frt. That a Call upon a physician for Profe a Ion Al serv ices implies a contract to pay him therefor a Condit that where any person styling Hui a Elf a physician a Hall advert Enis ability to cure particular did Raes and thereby Lead the Public to believe that he can cure said disease w without fail and yet after a full and fair trial a halt utterly a Ait to effect a cure practice a fraud upon Community and cannot recover at Law for such services for the reason that he obtains employment under false pretence and that fraud vitiate every species of contract express or implied. In the Case at Issue judgment was Lor defendant and costs awarded against plaintiff. Should Thi Case be taken up and the decision of Esq. Harris be sustained the Rule will have a w Ide Range of influence effecting particularly the vending of Patent medicines Mot of w High it is professed will cure a fall the ills that flesh is heir a and bad i Evn partially deranged Lor a few Days have magnified and transformed into a Stu pen re Foj a a thank to maj. Kemey of the Oswego for full files of St. Louis paper. The attorney general Fia decided that member 01 the last Congress have the right to the franking privilege until the first monday in dec Liber isl. This is done by authority of Law. It is about time that a a top should be put to this ii position. On the part of Congress to Confer upon the Einsele special privileges amounting almost to a perpetuity. The whole system is wrong and ought to be reformed or abolished. Are gratified to learn by the Adas of yesterday that the cholera has entirely disappear from Monmouth. A Minnesota paogaes�.in the article braced As above w hich appeared in yesterday s paper we neglected to state that the extract a Fey Ninf t a taken from the correspondence of Hie Keokuk did Patch. Or. deaths in St. Louis for the ending monday last were fourteen an a of two a Day. I Imir k. Co., an extensive dry Good Boive in Baltimore failed on the 3cmh ult., for a Lugt amount. From the St. La in Iet Ellig nicer. Cuba. The following is an extract from a letter Cei Ved by us Dardy new Orleans july 28. 1851. J. B. Crockett fq.,�? dear sir fit re in much excitement in this City in relation to cd an matters.Gen. Lojun a 1 Fine making speeches and inflaming the patriotic of the native. Many f e sons think a hat a la go Force o. Volunteers will be secretly enlisted Fiere tor Cuba. The hum of persons 111 i especially the mercantile portion Aie did posed to throw cold water upon the project hut the ardent and Youthful will doubtless he led info the speculation. Most persons however think that cuban Independence is now certain and i that nothing will hinder the overthrow of Spanish de Poti in upon that Island. It is thought that the government officer of the United state in this Eirv will not Ait nip to suppress any Lemon traction in favor of the insurrection its. Lver thing connected w Ith the matter i vague previous. His coat coat and umbrella have been found 111 the Southern Edge of the City 0 1 the Burlington Road. No other Trace of him have been discovered. His friends Are a till in diligent in Earch. He is about 30 years of age of slender form met a urn height and supposed to be without hat or coat. Any information of him dead or alive Given to the undersigned will be most thankfully received and Lilie rally rewarded. And and expense or trouble he May be to any one. In suitably pro Viding for him will be cheerfully satisfied. F. Kimble. Iowa City july 6th 1831. Sew and strange Sari Francisco As we see by late papers a Man was arrested and brought to trial charged with cutting off the Tail of or. Sung took a citizen of the celestial Empire. Or. Took presented i wounded Tail Lor the inspection of the court. I Honor sympathized with the put a or in in 0 it Ai Harou sly attacked in his in it St tender Point and fit de the Vidian it it a it. Or. Took went away grief ring Mot of All that he could 110 More Atad unfold. But a there is a divinity that shapes j our ends rough hew them As we a new enemy to the mrsro.we take the following piece of information from a late copy Oftie Pough keep in american a your attention was called a Day or two since to the ravages of a new enemy of the potato grower. In a Fine pitch of potatoes which otherwise might give More than the average yield thousands of insects were feeding and 0 great were their ravages that Many vines were stripped of their leaves and apr Brantly killed. These new potato destroyers of w hich we counted Nineteen upon a Hill Are winged an Inch Long of purple it a Iii i Vii Riccini a a if a a a a in a 1�a. A i., f i at present and there be. A a a a a dim Sitison to wait color. Hie potato Mes seem their Only food. For further new a from Cuba. Discovery of Saratoga strings.j. Ii. A Garland e-q., editor of the lot cell com Wrt i at Saratoga Springs in a recent letter to the courier he relates the following circumstance fifty nine years ago when this Section of the town was a Barren a a of containing Only Here and there a a telling Houe John Taylor Gilman governor of new Hampshire and a the time a member of Congress fro that state while on a Hunting excursion in the summer discovered the sparkling water go Hing from the Cleft of a Rock in the Vicinity. Upon trial the running Stream proved to pole a medical dualities and this a the original discovery of the far famed Mineral Springs of Saratoga in a few year after tie Rock though smitten like that of old in the Vil a Ernest refused to give out it refreshing , and for a time tie Spring was a opposed to Fie irrecoverable lost. But it still continued to dance and Rush on unseen in its merry i Spain Komg course beneath the Earth and one a Lay a a a re ident of the place discovered it bubbling and springing up in tie very Centre of a Limpid Brook. Immediately turning the water of tie Bro ltd from its course he reached the lost Fountain again. Almost from that Day to Thi if has continued to Adius Nister its Mineral draught imparting its Healing influences to invalids near and from afar. Thousands now flock thither to a Cajoe the heat of warmer latitude and revel Iri idleness and Phi a ure with but Little thought or rare in regard to w hat the Fountain May con the body. I i Tain but yet it is to the Spring accidentally of weak Brandy and water a to As can he a in covered by a citizen of n. W Hampshire in j pm. Bleeding Only a Educ a accelerate. 1792. That Saratoga owe her pres no prosperous sri i. Cheaper postage.below is a Petit it it a now 111 circulation in new York and. In . A Many Pari of the country for the further reduction of postage. Petition for cheap postage to the cok Cai a or the United states tit of us under tiptoed resentfully Hett Seull a that the Obj a it of cheap pm age a Brett �0 widely considered among the Jho pc a cd it result in Thi aul other countries for a everal years have been so successful that week a v a a oat Nat i trial leg a a Fogt a it. 7", ,. 1 _-c.i.,. A a a a a. A the rates of Pattage or letters a i to be a a Tenet a a la a Sizse a paid at Jet cent per half ounce for any ltd a quot. By k 1 or lend and the court it Nee of in you g Ladie who Are observed to read newspaper Are always observed to posse a winning , Rno of amiable i positions Iriart a y make Good wives and always select Good husband a a fact. If your purse does not allow you to buy books read men study women and take lessons from children without musical instruments you May still run 1�>r Congress without Teeth you can Bac bite your neighbor although can perhaps see a far into a Mill done a other people although a Deal As a pot you will probably know a much of Lart Batu Day a Sermon a week hence As the rest of the congregation. New Banks in ohio.the Ohio state journal contains notices of the organization of four Banks under the of March 2uih, authorizing free banking a follows Iron Bank of i Ondon located at Trenton Lawrence co. Bank of Massillon. At Massillon Stark co. Bank at Canton. Springfield Bank at Springfield. Ill into treat horses to h t weather.a correspondent of the Philadelphia Sun writes As follow to that journal a let the exhausted animal immediately be covered with wet blankets or a beet and these covered with dry blankets. Keep the blood from the head by Cool application. Until a free Prev Pira Tion 1� excited Over Tansy Fie expelled by draughts a a t a pert and it Rioual fret of charge. Then could be go a Large number of Fig quot of or this petition before the next meeting of j Congo Are. Me to to see another provi j or. Not King the i per tavern re Pon ight for the j 1 uses Kru h a in a. A charge of t to or to see in a extra Roget Rny ltd Lor ail Money letter a a Kief z.,14 be Readdy Pai l if the in comm be that in ease in Money a to a Depute no would make it fir. Aug to her which in tie clustering a Ort tons it awake a in the mind of the devotee of t thion in probably More Sac redly garnered up fit him than even her revolutionary renown. To mothers a the Philadelphia Sun Speaks of a in Orbine that is just the Desideratum 0 Long or ired by the quot a of our lady fiend having lit in t be Sud Many it by ail he Mother Mil Todo will be to place spite of the bleeding not in consequence of a Wise Man will never r out. As Long a he can move and breathe lie will be doing something for himself his neighbor or for pos Erity. T a the horrible crime of rape was committed in the lower part of the it y by a German named Henry bi11, is Fwy evening last on the person old a Mairie i woman also a German in was arrested the same night and tried the following Day before jul Tice Evans who Dous barricade of Cotton Bale. When tiie Gallant Packenham fell within three Hundred Yards of if his Charger of race and blood Young and full of Mettle became frightened and Day fid directly towards the american line and at a single bound cleared the ditch and bastion an i became a captive. He was brought get quivering 111 his fright and presented As Spolian Opima to the com Uander in Clef. Of the four generals in the British army on the 8th two were killed on the Field and one was sent to the Fleet severely wounded. Gen. Lambert escaped but he had not been under fire that Day. Gen. Kean when carried of the Field desperately wounded left his sword and it was picked up by one of the tennesseans who were pursuing the retreating army. Touching�is, june 10,51. A a nuptial feast took place a few Day ago in this City. Tie new married pair were Mon. Jean a. And the Derno Selfe Felicia so a. While awaiting dinner the relatives and for end invited to the least were amusing themselves in All sorts of Gai ties when suddenly they were interrupted by tie Entrance of a Tail individual wih a Brone l free modestly fiut respectably dressed. Casting his eyes Aipuu i the room Thi stranger advanced directly to Madame so the Mother of the Bride and i a voice Trembo ing with emotion demanded perfusion to embrace her w hich he did before the Surpri de old la by had time to reply. After which turning to the Bride he deman led of her the same permission. Here the he band recovering from the stupefaction which had seized upon All present in Terpos cd and requested the unknown to explain himself. A that i will it n most willingly a replied tie Tranger a and then i shall Raj sect that you will embrace me they had collected in a Circle around him. And listened for i exp Laua Ion with the most intense euro Ity. The stranger then commenced his history without declaring his name. He stated that about Twenty years ago when he was eighteen year of age he had gone to a Tneia Ca after being two Vears in America he had taken passage in an English ship for India. Tie ship having topped at one of the polynesian Island to procure water he made one of the party who went a a Hore for that Purpo a and the whole party. Al Ping him Elf. Were May aired by tie natives. Spires by the natives and in a manner adopted and naturalized among them on account of his usefulness lie had remained there sixth an years w without being Able to make hic rape. O 1 account of the strict guard they kept Over him whenever any a hip was in the neigh no Hoo i. This remit ii made in picturesque an i animated language captivated the curiosity of All present but it awakened a different sentiment in the heart of m idame s. Who All at once uttered a cry and threw herself upon the neck of the narrator whom she pressed to her bosom saying a it is Charles my son Felicia it 1 your brother a a in fact never having heard from Charles after his departure they had for a Long time supposed he was dead. It is easy to imagine the increase of Joy which this sudden and unexpected event added to the wedding feast. The husband was almost forgotten and the place of Honor was Given to Charles Between his Mother and Lus sister 1 while Bis recital of the events of his Lile and the manner in which he was finally rescued by an american lip occupied almost entirely the rest of the evening. The dirty hungry sleepy Little innocent into one a mini to to jail in Dof auit of bail to the amount end of the machine and in uie course of time 0f a a. His trial will take place Thi morning it will come out of the other washed dressed in extra session of the District court called fed. And fit for the purpose a Daet Sporl Gazette. Pardoned.the fort Madison says that a Lorenzo Fuller who was a ent to the Penitentiary Oine Lime since convicted of stealing a raft up the River received a Pardon from the governor yes erday morning. It is sat i he was entirely innocent of the crime cholera.two or three death we understand occurred last week among our German population in the lower part of the City by what the attending physicians have pronounced cholera. Among our american citizens there have been to yet but two deaths.darzapert Gazette. To to things can never be successfully counterfeited modesty and cumin on sense. Iowa Legal inquisitor.Thi work i now in course of publication. Tie first number will appear in the Conre of the present week. The profession throughout the state will doubtless see the propriety of sustaining it. It should also find its Way into the hands of county officers especially judges clerks recorders and sheriff. The More subscribers there Are the less the Price of subscription a the work is intended for Public instruction and not for private speculation. Each subscriber is at Liberty to become a contributors his productions subject to the decision of censors of his own Choo my. Postage in All Caes to be prep Iid. And All communications to be addressed to l. D. Stockton a a. From California fir Way of Ihu Plain or. Melvine a. Hoisted of Lake county Indiana called 011 us a Day or two since on his Way Home from California by Way of the Plain. He left California with Park mules on the 3d of May with Woodward a co., contractors for carrying the oils from Sacramento City to Salt i Ike nine persons in com it any. Met with no difficulty until they reached the sgt Era Navada mountains where they had to heat heir Way through Snow for 43 unless Winch occupied nil e Days. While in the Snow they had to feed their mules on flour and raisins having a mule Load of the latter for sait Lake to keep them alive being unable to procure any other food for them. Met seventy five wagons for California the proprietors of which had wintered at Salt Lake. The a companies had had some difficulty with the indians before being met by this train and had killed some fourteen of them some of whom the train saw along the Load unburied. Arrived at Salt Lake june 3th Fine crops Good health and the City and Valley in a pro Perouz conditions the Prospect of the traders rather Dull their being no Eunmi Gration of consequence this season left Salt Lake june 10th, w Ith three persons in company being joined at the South pass by two others proceeded n w without difficulty and arrived at at it. Laramie on 2d of july. Found or Indian gathering in from All quarters preparatory to making a treaty with the government. Lett it. Laramie 011 the 3d Hail no difficulty whatever and reached it Attilie on Missouri River 23d july. Met this it Ide of Salt Lake about 100 wagons bound for California principally from Michigan All Well and getting on finely had had no difficulty. Met upwards of 4�w wagons and 3h0h Bead of Loose Stock bound for Oregon All Well and had had no difficulty thus far with the exception of some of the us to wagons they had some trouble in crossing some of tie streams owing to High wafer and a Hrush with the Pawnee indians the latter having stolen the team of the former and some of tit i thereby compelled to tettion. Met about 300 wagons of the mormon emigration for Salt Lake. Also met babbitts train with printing press ec., All getting along Well had had no difficulty w Ith the exception of High Waters. Met two thrashing machines bound for balt in Ike also 3000 head of sheep. The emigration from California homeward bound by the Plains this summer it is supposed will be Large a great number were making preparations to Start. Coincidence.johnston, of Lee county Aud he of Johnson county in this state have respectively been elected county judges. A horse or another was or. Black and not or. Brown who was elected county judge of Jefferson. Fort mvdison.the statesman of saturday says since our last Issue there has been but one death from cholera and the. I one occurred yesterday morning. We have Learned that there was a Case in lie lower part of town making two caves during the past week one of which Only had terminated fatally up to the tune of our going to press. We also learn from the a Tate Man that hed Isear a has almost entirely disappeared from West Point. A heat caors.the Omurwa courier says the wheat crop of this Section of the a Tate is secured. The yield is about one Hall be usual yield. It is now evident that the Corn crop will fall off one half. Timothy and Oats arc very Good. A cd Moines River . The people of the Dri Moines Valley seem to be doomed to in dlr disappointment. Secretary Ewing reversed the decision of his predecessor Walker declaring the lands thro High out the Leith the of the River As included within the Grant. 8 to sequently a Favot Able opinion corresponding with the views of secretory Walker was Given by attorney general Rev Erdy Johnson and things once More looked auspicious. And now Jan tas the commissioners were on the eve of concluding a contract with a responsible Eastern firm for the completion of the work another derision bearing the signature of Secretary Stewart of the Interior department makes its appearance hacked by the opinion of attorney general Crittenden limiting the Grant to the Rae coun Forks. A it copy following from the Keokuk dispatch of Friday last Yve Are favored this afternoon with if ltd lowing important documents. Far the pit two Dav the pm Niue Ziouer. In Dieter Ami cd Antrae or or. Feb it is have urn mat a ring the Contra a for tie Roua Fletes of the in mines improvement. The Tori bad been agreed a it and the Frt in totter a received or to night a a it in time to arrest a heir Ign nature. We can hardly imagine the Urr i a and which this unexpected re in wifi met the state and a Penally the its my no a y Alley Bung 3 co., it appear however win powr Advance the Necco Sory amount flt the Iru Wivart Era Moleti in of the work to kept it East it tia Cut tilt it it Al upon a favourable deep no hmm the Cabinet or in a Congress. The work will probably Gult a then a intended Ami of have tip my Hope a at ail event that a he Inal and favourable result u Only delayed Ami nut Defeated. Or. A quart a letter. I it re a two it a or the it coma i Al Martin ctr july 29, 4d. F sir i hav to i Hewi you. That in Arco Daar with an to India of attorney it it no Rai C.I. no Lea i Bare decided Oliai the Grant to the of Iowa under Thart >4 the St of Magnet 1is, for the improve men of thru Mouw River due not extend above race a in Fork. No step will he Tak a however. F it a bringing into Market the land claimed be the ska Alewe that three mexicans were killed. I 4� new you aug. I. Arrival or the e Iii u k City. Fiat 1� so. Faa-ctscw.the Empire City from it halves. 23th till arrive t i fit a Emma. 88� Riog juoyu#-1 a a igers 5 m Gold Dave a i freight and f �� in the hands of Asru ogers. F san Francisco was i shed by a no hot destruct Ive Fie on 221 june. Tie Foll e of the of a fax of Xii Cornu newspaper was a who up with the View of arresting the Progress of the Hue a but without Avail. Every thing we burned f. Of j Pacific to Washington slice East exr Ptim a two or three Bali diver near the Corner of Jarh-011 Street. From Street the ire crossed Over Ftp new Lii atre which i burned at tiie lost fire woe again destroyed fat flames spread through to Strief Aud thence crossed to Clay Street on the Northa uie. Below a he Exchange Hen it extended a a it the Buck budding on the North Side occupied by Kalant h Wilde in Montgomery a Tret during the Progress of the fire Large . I of go wis were removed to places where they ultimately took fire and were destroyed. Along Broadway every thru was cons mud. Of far Oske Vrtis Street. In Pacific Avreet the fire cans med every he i g 1a a it Rowse As far As ohm Street it hiding the City Hail and the City Hospital Thi Juke St., everything was consumed. Pm Montgomery Street a few houses below on atoll ton t Ai tie veg it or a a we i Tew. of 1, a a a h a doing at re Chru a a juror �1 he a e fit Jno it armr Al i Engh a Ipen of m m a a my come a it to do for t t it 8-##, a i Krei it if see to a t close. The it of Hae Al it a Kab Nuttal Tua v ote of the Foo to but ltd of i a Cpl once by Diurio to a doubt a so a he no or the final vat win to 1� the a Cut a Tuu a Oke a Thor tay Whu a a a a a he Viesti it a of in whih we us Mitte Jas a a est , in a Edoff a of the following Vuce a aye�?73. No a 33. Set it .1 Uett ref a the gave their vote a esd a or y state rods. Or. Somme a Aid he voted in the a Rmah in is a repro it. Tive. In or a Ovate v i dpi>fi>ul4 ltd ayantae a Constitution. Rich Mui tar epic a Miniet so me off a a most important prov salons of the tue it i out it Lois u t la quot is Neaily ail 8 at and county officers Ara to by elected by the pm Vale incl dog one cd i Vernic and Reuf. Goven a a the judges of fhe Al Perur District and circuit court and a he juices of the pee. Common wealth a attorney Cimek Ervi 8hertff. Rule gis lature u to a apportion and Fhy Hou a of Derieg afew of the suffrage hosts Edh n Vestern majority of fourteen. And the Setvate i with the a Tern majority of Teu which Arange ment m to continue until 1863, a lieu �1� legs a Treef the fire extruded As for As we Hougton. A treet Iai Donalty la the rear of the by postre a a a re a nor our a which a consumed and then Tex it Thea a a a n of a a the people. Tended Down Washington Street Oik along do Poi t Street taking the Jark on House in its course. Those som Irnia in the cd Hospital to the number of 7h, were removed to a ltd in the rear of the in Spital and All were saved. The Presh Tenan Church on Stockton Street was turned. Charles s. Adams and or. Bachot the firm of Bach k Burnett 4k. Co., were burned to death. The number of buildings de to w de not less than five Hundred the lose in estimated at $3.000,000. Capt. Know a worthy citizen of Sonora was recently murdered two Days afterwards two a mum had been taken by the populace and no doubt were executed. A Row had occurred among the miners near Carson digging in watch two american and Point until after the rate of the next wyms of cow Trei. In order that the state May petition Curg Rva for an cd Tenet ltd it of the Grant. I am sir. Vav. V respectfully. Your of Wiiest a Cruvant. Alex. 1l Art so retry. V. Van Astyig fwj., cum Mcm i it it nor. Ac., Keokuk Iowa. The new costume in dispatch of it iday informs us of another a strike for Here it is a negro woman appeared truth a yesterday in one a f the new by tar hats. She wore it to re jauntily and with the App Ruvil swagger. Some by it was a very neat and the Happy wearer be fwd to us Black in us however to the of him. Denmark Lee county the statesman of the 9th says there have been several deaths from cholera in the lower part of de Nurk township the names of those who have died w ill be found in another place but we hear that some others who have been attacked Are getting Well and the pro j for health much better than it was a few Days ago. From the s. Y. Tribune,3l�t. The re volition in Llu by. Further particular Al feat of col. Co Ufir spread of the insurrection for at it Ion of ii Arrula Partick. We Are indebted for the following intelligence to several cuban gentlemen of this City the same Trout whom we received the first advice of the outbreak Nothe insurrection at puerto Principe. Our informants a Fate that the annexed information is derived from their letters received Here by the Steamer 1-Abel. Their letters Are from their Friend in Cuba who Are engaged in the revolution and this news May therefore be considered a More authentic than anything yet received. It corroborates the statements made in the letters of the Havana correspond ent which we published yesterday. A party of nine men under capt. Fitzgerald j Hod been Cut off at rogue River. During the night of the great fire Lewis pol lock a called from his bed and on making his appearance was shot dead by a Man named lag her. The accounts from the mines am placers Are t very enc a raging. The prop it of Good crop throughout the country is a of encouraging. Our City is again growing very fax a. Two Hundred budding have been erected during the past week. A horrible in Rev to been committed at so Nora. Some persons who took offence at an Are tide in the Sonora Herald went to the room of one of the editors drug gel him out of bed and shot him through the Bead they Alto killed two other persons connected with the office and wounded three others who went to their assets i Tance. Among the deaths in june were Thomas lans to pc Are to he of Torem except Trot a a 1 under twelve years of Agace exempted. Whips f males Twenty on years a fit Are to pay a a pita i fion tax equal to the tax 0� $400 Worth of land. Save Over twelve tears of age Are not to nay j More than the tax on $3at Worth of land. And licences incomes and salaries May be taxed at the disc Ruou of the leg Datura. 8#� to per cent of the existing debt of the ate. And of Everfi future debt is to he Sot a part for the payment of the interest and pc Ocipa the to to a submitted to Dot voters qualified under it on the fourth tuesday in octo or the returns malt to the Gove nor and if he proclaim it riffed. The leg isl tre then elected to to be Supor a Deal by the new log Isla Are which will be elected of i the second Munda you december and will meet on the Sec a Luvay in january wed thereafter the Stout will be in meat. From this a Mary Recapito Lafiora it Wal by perceived says the times that the prominent of the present Constitution Ern Styfs in the of the govern Irenr. Ftp fhe abandonment of the principle of the re pfc Sony a Tion of in rerun my tie Borgisi Aturo to provide Lor the payment of the pc said Ami every future Public debt. Boston july a. Hon. Samuel we eve was last night chosen mayor of Roxbury by the City Council foe fhe unexpired Tenn of the l it mayor Dearborn. W. G. Cutter c. S. Navy agent is Raspov ted to a a defaulter to the Gove Imerito he boo been to Europe. The a earner a Utica sailed to Day �1 a Haw Ith thirty five passing is Abr Llvy rpm Al and Lowne of Chicago on the 26th k. K. Curry a a a it a Halifax she arts out m of Wisconsin on the 27th Aaron Jones aged 10, june 20th and Richard Gammon of Baltimore. The fir has completely unsettled the Market a there is a fair demand for bread stuff tor the Interior but the Supply is Large. The Codex murderers place of execution.a letter from Chesterton to the Cor Trevine tune a ays i am now Able to inform Yon w Here the execution will take place. The sheriff has obtained a lot of ground about a mile from town on the Yorton Road just beyond or. Who land Mill and the execution will take place at 10 1-2 of clock a. M. There is still no change in the prisoners for the better and my own impress a s a that they wit remain so till the last. I have Learned that they have a i a conversation w if their Sou Asel and have asked the question whether their punishment cannot lie computed to imprisonment Lor life. Their coun Al candidly answered there was no Hope for them. They a till persists in their innocence. We learn from a gentleman who was in Chesterton on , and saw the criminals i specie. New York aug i. The Steamer Atlantic sailed at Noen fur Lav pro Al with eighty five passengers including Benedict and Bellelli of the Laud troupe. She take s out a ,0�t in specie. The a learners Connecticut and Commodore sound for new York came in collision in the sound i St night in a log. We have no particulars of the Accident. We suppose the a ruler �1 must be almost a much astonished As the whigs at seeing or. Breckennedge Democrat elected Over general com a in tiie Lexington District by a majority of about 30��?T. Fieri. Combs was personally disliked by Many of the whig and or. Recken Edge 1� personally popular with men of All parties. The Democrat it is Well known were More thoroughly organized in that District than in any other District with the exception probably of this. Or. Breckenridge to an Aid Man and Only a moderate Democrat. A leu. . Us. The defeat of col. Conti with 300 men is con j in set that Shelton exhibit the mod Ca lot firmed. On the 16th of july in attempting to Cross the River Xayaso a Small Stream on the South Side of the Island with his command on a Salt be was attacked by the Patriot Conti himself was taken prisoner together with several officers and a Large number of soldiers 150 were shot and 50 drowned the rest escaped. The Xayaso though commonly a a mall Stream is now swollen into a Large and rapid torrent Over flowing its Bank owing to the Rainy season Elt Tiou. Which now Over the Island. A Large quantify of ammo nation arms ac., were lost together r with two Field pieces. The attack and taxing of the town of Iris funds in diff Rance and utter week less a a. In View of Pettai ses Ion of the District court was held in this place on wednesday last for the purpose of trying a Man by the the awful doom that a Ever exhibited by any i name of Blis who we noticed isl week one similarly situated. A approx to be one of having been arrested of the charge of com Init the most abandoned wretches. Murphy on the it ting a rape. The prisoner Matte confession in contrary professes to be resigned to Bis Fate open court and was thereupon sentenced to but a till clings to his assertion of h s entire in nine years imprisonment 111 the Novence. Taylor however appears Dispo a to make a clean breast of it and it is expected he will make a full confession previous to has Duran port Gizau. Fate #1 a a cries. There is in this City an old Rynn of sixty who graduated at the University of Dublin Ireland at the age of Twenty two was admitted As a sur j prickle Pear by the patriots is confirmed to Geon in the British army and in that Capri y a ther with fhe formation of a provisional gov visited this country with the English w As pre sent at the Des firtion of the Public buildings store awas Teton Eity has been in India with the British army has been present during his services As a surgeon at four thou Ami am j rotation and fifteen severe Battles was shot twice performed surgical operations on three quid red wounded generals seven colonels Twenty captains and Over eleven thousand of eminent at that place of the first of which we shall receive accounts by the next arrival. The formation of a guerrilla parly of 100 men in the District of Gua Mutas near Cardenas in they a Ern department is confirmed. The Patriot chief Mancebo is the commander. This n u to had teen joined by the Small Garrison of spa do troc is stationed at the town of Palmillas a Maller Grade a. Has dined with two King. Sen ill pal its at the latest dates Mon Cebot a guerrillas numbered Over 200 men. The forma-�?��11 Uta guerrilla party in the Hacienda san Juan 12 Miles from the port of Santa Cruz which is on the South Side of the Island is also stated. The chief of this party is the Brave Don m Intel Munez and thus far he had not been molested by the Spanish troops. It is tale that he has surrendered. Line Empress on emperor the Sultan a Pope innumerable great generals ac., has held the largest Diamond in his hand known in the world except one. Has bad the British Crown in his hand. Has been married three times father to eleven children All of whom he has survived. Broken Down by disease he could no longer practice Bis profession too poor to live without employment and too proud to become a Nyhen the Isabel left Havana the following a pauper he sailed in Aff Emigrant ship to this rumours were in circulation country three years ago and this Man of re the City Hougum on the South Side Eastern i or o a need against the government the colonel of the Garrison at that place having put himself at the head of the movement. The City of a Cracow had also pronounced for Liberty. The Steamer from Trinidad which ought to have arrived at Bat Abano before the Isabel Viz july 21, had not come which is confirmatory of the reported rising at Trinidad. Bat Abano is opposite Havana on the South Side of the Island.t a a 1 from Havana to Bata t a cd dollars or Over $77tmnx> or Day i Marrable adventures classic education master off our languages sixth years old poor old and decaying is no w Ped Lam Ora Ages and apples to in streets of our Eity 1 Yve know not w hat we Arne a Erity we know not what we May be a bos inn mail. amount of Money received at the Suffolk Bank Boston from the country Banks foe a is months was one Hundred and Twenty millions one Hundred and sixty five thou there is a Railroad across Banoz distance 40 Imle time 2 1-2 hours. The City of Trinidad is on the South Side of the Island 27�� Miles East of Havana. The mails Are. K _ rant by rat from haa,.a to Bat Abano. , to so and the summer at Ibe Bare by Steamboat along the a Outh Shore to Trinidad world fair y isitors.a Large number of Eastern citizens who have teen accustom a the Ami other Points. In consequence of tiie pronoun Cimmento of july i the Captain get ral had sent 2,000 Meu into the department. The Suprum court of Cuba Al ways until now held at Principe has been re Cycil to san Juan .1. I i it to to a a i. In f 11 a w a a a i quot ? Koto Europe and their presence is Ruissen Albany journal says a a the watering places do not Welcome this season Many late with which they have been for Many years familiar. Hotel porters and Steamboat deck hands and waiters min the Well known trunks a. Ac., they have Beer accustomed to handle. The reason for this is Aruba Orleans aug. 3 a. X. The Steamer cry evoked from Havana brings private letters which a late that the attempted insurrection Bod been put a we a Many a the insurgents had been taken Ami shot. The ship James Badger hence for Liverpool with shr Bale Cotton was Burnt last night m 5h w. Pass. The vessel and cargo total to a. Sharon the Lave of j. R. 8haw, who a Toie $ 1.510 from his master a been arrested and 5 2.8 0 recovered. Be Omraam or. Mierun is rapidly pushing Forward the Bridge at this place. The abutments a going up at a Swift rate whilst the coffer for the piers is about completed. The want of a Bridge at this Point a operated with crushing effect upon the upward tendency of our town that drawback however Wilt it a be Rem did and the Des Moines be a panned a a Bridge that wiil not Only do Honor to the architect but be a source of and convenience to All. Or. Milburn a entitled to great credit for the Energy he to manifested 1� it construction Jhm Neun. Cholera at Belzone dr-�.there have been no to the present tune 19 deaths in Bellevue All we Hestev with on exception from cholera or from Starr hero which always preceded Cho Era. A death occurred a it sunday and on on mond to and we learn there Are several new cases which Are supposed will terminate fat la if her have not already so terminated. A fee if t Democrat. The Island is in a state of revolution conf Ruia tory of which is the order of Captain general placing the Eastern and Central deju of Tui Nti under martial Law and establishing courts mar tia w Ith summary Inver to punish the Rcv Olu to onsets at the capitals St. Jag. Yyi Ashington August 5. The president accompanied by the Secretary of War Anu Secretary of Interior left to Day for airy Iii. The jury in the Case of Day charged with the murder of his wife brought in a verdict of guilty w Ith a recommendation to the executive go a departing in steamers Aud packet ship since the 5th of february fax of show what an army of americans Are in Europe an army larger than that with which Gem rat Faylor conquered Santa annals 23,000 mexican at Riena i to whole number of passengers by steamers at 10 j a a a a a a pockets 1.226 total 5.663 or the follow ing is a statement of the financial condition of. Tjom r spot re s notion of College honors to thus a rated in one of his letters a my Mother one expressed a wish to ate that 1 might on Day or other be a great a speaker Asj 1 Man Baker at Edmund Randolph that gave the Bent to my disposition. At Princeton c a Liege where i a a pent a few months 1797 the prize of Eio Chou was by a Vns away by Mother and ranters i never would speak it i could possibly avoid it and then i repeated without gesture the Short piece i Hod commit ted to memory. I remember runt verse from Pope and the first a a no v moot letter from Newberg made up the sum and of my spouting and i yet an relate much of the first epistle to lord Chatham of the forme. And a great Deal of the latter. I was then As consensus. It it of my superiority Over my competitors in delivery Aid elocution As i Aiu now that they Are sunk 11 oblivion and i despise the a ird and umpires in the Bottom of my heart. I Hestev that there is nowhere Wmk foul play As among professors and Scho Jam Ter it More especially if they or priests f have h id a contempt for College honors Ever three departments of the government at the to commute the punishment. The judge denied commencement of the present Lite Al year the that the executive had any such Power the i. Jury then being called four Only answered Gitil to they were compelled again to retire to form a verdict _ York aug. 5�?r. W. Margaret Garraty in Iris woman killed Edwin drum in the Street last night by stabbing Hun with a carving knife while he was walking with his wife whom he had recently married she afterwards committed suicide by cutting her Throat. Drum Hod been engaged to Margaret hut had married another of july the twin re remaining Over and above expenditure on Tbell inst for the 0 a Depar Lenl .$4,079,973 52 apr Oprial # for current Vear. From july i Isol to in la 1, 52,7,34.391 19 resource of the department $�5.4�7 71 similar balance for the Snoj de purulent. 28 approx Rio to fur the current rear Rex mice. Is a 71 812 a 9.712 Burtalo aug. 5�? r. M. A terrific Gale occurred last night upon Lake Erie. The Schooner a. N. Gates Tiroui the upper lakes and Montreal was stripped of her Rigg no and put in Here. Tbs a. C. Yoru was sunk and the 8am. Hole badly injured. New Orleans aug 2. The steamers Cincinnati and pamper sail to night for Cuba. Lopez goes out in the latter with men and Arm. A Ruas meeting is now being held to celebrate their de a rare. Fire at Mcgregor s landing.ytc learn from capt. Lodwick that on sunday morning last about two of clock a fire broke out in the scattered in places quit Rem be from the to j Regorz a Landing kept by j Kert who live at the father gtd of Prodi Gressly trailer Kals Aee flt a the depart Cal a the Interior,$3,,�3� 1 i a apis Uriati a for the Curry it a urfa. 109.27 46 $ft.ttitt3 off the balances of the civil Ami dip Oman Branch of the exp Wise of the government Bat the Appio Nalion fur that ent year a $7,070,627 20. Not been struck service for the current year turkish complaisance whle taking a parting cup of code with til a War a or 1 us luckily set my foot on a handsome pipe bowl i a pipe bowl Are always snares to near sighted people Over turkish floors As they Are tavern House at Mcgregor or. Vat in which was destroyed and also the a Long store of Jones a Biss adjoining. The tavern House was owned by met Gieg or and Jones a Bass and had about $500 insurance upon if. Jones a Bass lost from $3000 to $kw0 Worth of goods. No insurance. Total loss Between Moon and $7000. It was with great difficulty that two out of the three remaining dwelling in the Jileck was were avid. They were pretty considerably scorched to hav c caught from a b Jil Gertiser. _ Piew a h a so rash hut Bobc by iut be a a Lily by apology aug a through Giorgio the a Hommedal who sad a the breaking of such a pipe bowl would in do cd under Ordinary circus ances he tax i enable Bat in a Friend rat action has its Charm v a speech which recalled the Imp a Octura of the italian to Bis son on leaving Home a whenever anybody tread upon your Favot in remit rabbi memory.the new York correspondent of the Burlington 4 our Ter related the following a of my recently offered to wag a. That his daughter a Girt of fifteen years a a would repeat trom memory the Enlil Eoo Lent of any Page of any single copy of the the new y Ork 81�, within Twenty four hours alter its publication. You known of Cruese that the paper a most who Day i with advertise. Me4s. Considering lit wont of connect a Between Ali paragraphs Aad the numb and variety of the advertisement i thou Tell i might safely venture a v j so i selected tire turd pay of that Ilaya a Issue. Imig my a Timi Ament however when the next Day the talented Young lady Schump woes by her Tattler called upon me and repeated the contents of the entire a even Rodina. Verbatim St literati. I regard the a a Mot Rema Zubl a ius Tanc of Tbs magic Power of memory. The first Battle. A Wisconsin has the new and freshness of youth and it is right she should try herself. Land limitation is a popular then there. If is said the people Are tor it. A he limiting future acquisition cd land in the state by any one to 320 acres was de Radfod in the House by a vote of 39 to 27. This minority Vota is considered a Victory a it will be carried yet. Rays a member. I fear if replied an opponent. Bumppo a it Lone ? then Fame the great ques lib no what affect will fetch a Law he a socially Aid morally ? the very bus in answers a Lead aug Man of w con in. A shall get and thereby ltd of poor Housea it it a rates taxes to support crime crime created by bad let Wisconsin thu Mah the Enji nement. If the Dooe and Tucco Eils. Our Cru Ingoe a a Lav will b och a lesson to her us cry the greatest Aud Best yet taught in mar Day. Re tenement a a correspondent of Hwan Bun Baltimore tors a lira Day approaches for the execution of the three murderers of the can Deo family at be Startown. The exc tamant increase on the Eastern Shore. From every part of that see l the fire is supposed company and says a Scusa Temi Only Tion of the state a getting up 0 Irani re coiklie.galena t Zim a Letto in Piacere a i beg a of. Uhi go nod a , which take Pleura. The contrary you have dont me a us 40 pm it $��4

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