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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 6, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Is Jost ass teas Soto a a Tbs Beds too aim it is goo tit i tit Obs a ass to bib s. .mm1 of Niilo a Mejia pro a Mirol in politics nne to a Rantry to literature a a it Riem can new Irir altar Jln Frlj flair Lis Ani Fin Irmi Sema of Ili Dag. By Morgan amp , Iowa saturday december 6, 1851. Vol 2�?no. 18. Saturday mar slug mov. 99. Per ape a it a fwd now by become a has she had to contend against c in Custan Srno urging As the present one. She to Emet the difficulties and manfully sur than from the first of May until the go Date of july a season of almost incessant apr the Farmers found it impossible to Plant a bails crop of Corn and that which was plan Tod they found it impossible to cultivate. Negro met Wharff in Africa. Tbs of. Y. Evening Post has the following a elections from a work just published in Loudon entitled a a Trade Aud travels in the Gulf of Guinea Western the mercantile sagacity of the negroes is represented in a More favourable Light than t majority of readers would expect. The oc1xka credit system. A few things astonish a White Man so Murk on a first visit to this place on a trading expedit preg Reee Al the West. We of the West Are emphatically a a fast people a we Only require to be set fairly a Gozur and whatever the work in hand May be from the building of a pig stye to the construction Uil roid we do it in double Quick wit but the memory of Persona not yet past lha Middle life Missouri Illinois Michigan and a Large portion of Indiana were almost uninhabited by the Whites whilst Iowa and Wisconsin were occupied exclusively by Savages. Within the few years w hich have since intervened in a a a a Diana Baa acquired a population of Over a rail Tion As the amount of goods solicited by and Illinois 850,000 Missouri 700,000, whilst a. A a. In it we Var a exe at on a a it a a entrusted to this people. With the a Moet con now it Wisconsin and Michigan Are close upon a 1_____r_tl________a i is a. A a c. 1 their Hole in Tea of the crop a Raster silly injured a great Deal f1 Venct a fellow nearly naked will ask Yeu for their heels. In the same space of time Indiana of it scarce Worth harvesting. And Ader the three or four or even five thousand pounds constructed Over 1u00 Miles of Railroad and Jaisy season closed there was a severe Drou Glit a a a a a 2�? a ill a a a quot a ltd i. Parch up the Earth. The Mississippi was higher by several feet than Ever known by that of gentleman who knows everything�?4 the Huttt Many of the farms along Ibe Riser were entirely inundated and a Large Affine it of property destroyed. But we have cat of the most Fertile and productive sections of country in the world and there is a recuperative Energy about our people that hits them above the Adverse tide of circumstances. As an us traction we May take our own City in which Worth of goods on credit and individuals Are will soon have double that Quantity. Illinois often trusted to that amount 1 have trusted a a bar magnificent canal and within the More than one Man goods the returns of which be. A a years will have More than a thousand were Werth Between two and three thousand t a a a a i Railroad in out ration. Michigan has pounds. Not one in ten however that asks for Over be Hundred Miles of Railroad and is daily Tusl is worthy of credit to the amount of so extending hem. Missouri is now building five Many Farthings. Some few of Tho chiefs Sre Hundred Miles of Railroad whilst Iowa is enter Reail splendid merchants. Hard in making. Up Al quot Icib improvements with great their bargains but strict in their payments they. Approach very near in their commercial transactions to Ribeir Brethren of Europe and the civilized paits of Asia and America. And they go about their business in a business like manner. A capt. A or by a chief will say 1 want some tru to if Rou know that in the commercial a ice. The fail has been a favourable though pressing hard upon the front of old Winter it have still an open River and a free Cli Aning the Are much pleased to Aee that the rubbish it being removed Fri a i seme of our streets. And were Partick Jarly gratified to see it departing from immediately front of oui Sanctum. We Hope the Good work will go on and that Success May Cron n every such a la Dihle Enterprise in the detail As Well As the aggregate. Thanksgiving Day passed off quietly and in observed As usual on such occasions. There to preaching at the congregationalist Church Fey the Rev. Or. Brooks and at the Church by the pastor. In the evening the Burlington tract society was organized by electing key. Or. Brooks presided revs. Adderly and Dreissen vice presidents Rev. Johnson Secretary and Rev. Al dlr treasurer. Resource Ana tie is sure to preface anything he May have to say by asking if be has not a Good head and knows How to turn any goods with which you May entrust him to Good account and if be has not a Good name among White men and if he docs not always meet ins payments. A having admitted All that he says of himself to be True he will inform you that be has no Many canoes and so Many Staves to Man them that he has several Clever slaves to take command of the canoes and Trade the goods in the Interior and that the Only thing he wants is Money goods to Send to Market. Trusting to any great amount or even at All depends entirely upon circumstances. If a trader have a Good name and a Large House that a numerous wives and slaves pretty Good criteria of Bis. Wealth he May be trusted. But some of the j quot my. Rinerd or it pro and Zeal. How Many farm have been opened How Many churches and school houses have been erected How Many Noble cities have grown up How Many steamboats have been built How much actual wealth has been accumulated we i will not Stop to enquire. But the world has never witnessed such Progress in any other i it or nor has it been a sickly life and a has been the temperate and healthful climate a Fertile toil the finest 1 Rivers in the world and a geographical position w Ich gives us the command of the markets both at the North and South. In addition to All this w e have inexhaustible Mineral treasures of every variety and found in almost every locality. It is not difficult therefore to account for Western Progress. Men Are prompted by the Strong motive of self interest to abandon the crowded cities the worn out Fields and densely 1 populated districts of older countries to breathe fresh invigorating air to turn up the Virgin soil and exhume the hidden treasures of this glorious Western land. The new scenes in which they Are placed the Broad theatre which is opened before them for Industry and Enterprise the Rich rewards it promises to sagacity moan by morn Imp dec. 1. Fatal Steamboat sat Leaf of life. St Lons nov. 27, 1851. The Steamer Acher ascending and die Vernon descending came in collision about 2 of clock this morning five Miles below the month of the Illinois River. The Archer was Cut in two and immediately sunk in fifteen feet water. All the persons on the archers deck were drowned. It has been ascertained that the following persons passengers on Board the Archer were drowned James o. Myers and Jane s. Myers and six children from five to Twenty years of age Samuel Myers son of the above saved. Susan Dick drowned. Dan a Dick and Sarah Dick his Lister saved. This family was emigrating from Armstrong county Penn a to lion county Iowa. An Irish family consisting of a Wen or eight persons just arrived from new Orleans were drowned nine or ten deck hands drowned. The total number of persons drowned As far As can be ascertained is thirty. All the books and papers of the boat were lost. Yesterday being thanksgiving Day we have no other report by last night s mail. Young aspirants to commercial Fame May As safely be trusted As great chiefs. To acquire wealth we know he must cultivate a Good name which makes him attentive to business and prompt in bit payment. These men Are easier to treat with than the wealthiest a a everything being prepared for the reception of goods Trade commences every one being anxious to obtain goods on credit. If first time you Trade a ship the chiefs and Small traders approach the subject cautiously. And prompts them to undertakings w hich under Rny other circumstances they would not hate dreamed of. Hence it is no unusual thing to find at the West men distinguished for Energy and Enterprise who before they came Here were not at All remarkable for these qualities. Everything Here is progressive and Mert catch the spirit of the age and become Thetna elves a the us Coric n in by progressive. This state of things must continue for Many years to come. Indeed the fellow ing is an extract from a letter to a Rotun crucial House in Louisville and is of course at cutly Correct and reliable Terre haute ind., nov. 14. At this Point some 30, a a head of bogs have Bee a contracted for at $4 net. At Thi Alime the 1 the rascals perhaps never paid at All the West is every Clay becoming More and Inore seders have but $3 50 offered and most of them Are Bolding off hut i have no doubt the Price will not be above $3 50, unless there is a change in the Eastern Market. The number packed at this Point last year was 70,001. This year it is thought the number will not exceed 60,000. The Cincinnati Price current of the 19th, has the following in the hog Market we have to notice a slightly improved feeling. Packing has fairly com fenced. And up to Thia Date he Estma de number packed is 30,000 head. Most of these were Slop fatted and were from adjacent distilleries. Sever i sales have been made of lots on the spot at $4 25 for Light $4 40 for Lota averaging 2uu lbs and $1 50 for heavy averaging 225 @230 lbs. These May therefore be consider of the opening rates although it must be remarked the figures Are above the views of a Large portion of buyer. For delivery in december it 25 would not be paid. Green hairs Are telling at 6 1-2, which is 3-4c above the Gates current at this Date last year. We find the following in one of our Cincinnati exchanges of tuesday last meeting or the Steamboat captains a a owners a last night Twenty seven rep in Vve of vain a ,g Between City fit apprise you of their great wealth and Imp Ofa a in a it. Ftp a a of quote eat uce and the Large amount of business they did cd South but to the inhabitants of Europe when you Weie Captain surgeon or and a quot or of Nuon the tide of popu and such arid such a ship How Well they paid their a a a when let or n, a a a to of the debt without detain no the ship a single Day Mississippi the next Twenty years will the rascals perhaps never paid at All Whit very a Mot the a a a ha.1 to Good Friend you used to be perhaps ask hoi in it Unfer the hardships and perils of a Frontier the Parrot or Monkey is they presented to you on life the a a 1,0 co new a count a previous voyage insinuate that they knew you would bring a ship to Trade that voyage you Are such a Clever fellow and a savvy Buck Many a fashion and have told their women and boys a after a Long palaver to Thia effect they ask you to Trust them it you hesitate they feet certain of Success Aud ask fur a targe amount four Crimea More than they know you will let them have supposing that after asking so Large an amount you will never refuse them a considerable Quantity. The goods being examined a bargain struck and a Book signed to the effect that if you Are not paid by a certain time they shall make Ceram forfeits and the goods being paid Tolbet this go away in great glee to spend the evening in Jollif cation. The Staple Ai tides of Trade Are Manchester Cottons Guus Gunpowder tobacco rum and cowries and besides these there Are numerous other articles of Commerce taken out of last importance As Iron bars cop per and brass rods beads knives hatchets soap earthenware Crystal jars Iron pots horns Pearl buttons silk handkerchief ac., a. A a a when you have sold All the goods that remained 1 alter giving Trust you Send up the lofty masts of the ship that were lowered after mooring As a Sigual that you have done training and Are none of these privations. They will find lands i marvellously Rich at a very Low Price intersected with railroads and with All the advantages of cheap living Good markets an abundance a of churches Aud school houses and a cultivated. Society. What More could the heart of Man de Ore Twenty years hence those of us who survive that period will look Back to the pres ent condition of things with More astonishment than we now do to the state of affairs Twenty years . Louis Lutts. I the fruits or the . Henry a. Terry who resides on Little Pigeon Creek near Kanesville. Iowa in a letter to the fro our guardian thus describes some of the products of his farm tor the past year. Who can beat it ? a a i raised a Tomato Vine this season which was so productive that i had the curiosity to count the Homalos on it which amounted to the snug Little number of two thousand two Hundred. And sixty tomatoes. I have also raised a Squash Vine we cd bore a Hundred and four squashes the Vine measured two Hundred and forty two feet in length. I raised one beet which Orneas new York nor. 24. Men is easier. The Best paper at 7 and Sterling fun. Stock also firm. Flour is better at $3 12$. Lead Dull. New y of nov. 25. Flour firm att fall is. Lead sales of 1,000 pigs Galena at $4 37$, and fifty Tun Spanish at $4 32. Block Sta in. Muncy easy. Sterling firm. New York november 15�?r. V. Floor All descriptions Are Active sales 9000 barrel quot a $2 90 a. $1 00 for Western i 00 @ $4 08 for Michigan $4 15 8i $4 is for pure Genesee. Sale 2,500 bushels Michigan wheat at a pc sales 15,0 0 by bul mixed Western com at 60c. Provision steady. Sales 100 his mess pork at $15 75 for new an 1 prime $13 82. Reef and lard Dull. Sales 24,000 Gallons linseed Oil at ii4c. Sale of 100 bids Kentucky tobacco at $4 a. 9. Ohio whisky 21c. Stocks steady. Sales Iff Indiana fires at 85c. Cincinnati. Nov. 25. River a fallen iwo feet snowing All flour $2 90 to $3 whisky nothing hog firm Sale 1,300 at $4 33 to $4 60. Sales of provisions. R o Coffee 9$c. No Louisville nov. 25. The River is falling four feet water on the Falls. It has been snowing a nce last night and still continues w Ith some rain. Pittsburgh nor. 25�?p. M. River 7 feet in the Channel weather cold it has been snowing steadily since 8 of clock this morning. , nov. 15. The treason trials seem to abound with trouble to All concerned in them. There has been a difficulty Between the United states District attorney for this District Aud the Hon. Robert j. Brent deputed by Maryland to As a party to the prosecution of these cases to secure the enforcement of the fugitive slave Law. Or. Ashr Nead responded to the letter written by or. Brent in offering his professional services. To the effect that he would cheerful la Avail himself of the Aid of the counsel by the governor of Maryland but that he thought it advisable to Reserve to himself the closing speech to j fond is to proceed the University of Iowa. It May be seen by refer ing to the admitting Iowa As a stats into the Union that there is s clause granting seventy two sections of lend to the state a set apart and reserved for the use and support of a University. This is a Grant worthy of the Beneficence of the general government and worthy of the most jealous gear Dian ship of those to whom it is made. That our state is growing in population and wealth with almost unparalleled rapidity and is destined in a very few years to rank among the most populous in the Valley of Tho Mississippi no one who observes the Progress of affairs can tor a moment doubt. And with such a Prospect in View it eminently becomes our people to see that the subject of education shall receive the special attention of our legislators. We shall want not Only a Good system of common schools but we shall want academies in every county and colleges in every portion of the state. And More than this we shall want just what Congress anticipated in making the donation of 46,000 acres of land to the state a University for the support of which the above appropriation was exclusively made. We think that every stats should have at least one institution of such an order that a thorough course in All the branches of Liberal education might be pursued within it. Many of our Eastern states can Point with Pride to their Noble universities and colleges. Harvard University will stand As Long As science and literature Are appreciated the glory of Massachusetts Yale College of Connecticut has a reputation wide As the world. While Princeton College and theological Seminary of new Jersey have been the Alma mater of thousands of the most distinguished men that have Ever adorned the history of our country. There Are other institutions of the highest order n other states As Dartmouth in new Hampshire Columbia in new York and the University of Virginia. But whilst this is the Case there Are Many other of the states which have diffused their appropriations in such a manner that they have no single institution of the highest character. Take Pennsylvania and Ohio and their colleges Are scattered in every portion of the state and yet notwithstanding their wealth and population neither of them has a University worthy of their greatness. These remarks Are preliminary to some reflections upon the University of Iowa. We May have a magnificent fund in a few years if it be properly managed for the establishment Ard support of the same As will be an Honor to Iowa through All future time. And it is our settled opinion that this fund should not be divided and a portion donated to one Section of the state and another portion to another Section until the whole fund shall have been frittered away in founding at Best but seminaries of an Ordinary character. The very title As Well As the body of the granting the land expressly says fur the a a use and support of a and we Are of opinion that when the legislature directs that fund to the establishment of other colleges or schools in different portions of the state they thereby transcend their authority and do violence to the intention of Congress Tbs original Gran tors of the land from w hich this this is the time that your real trouble Coli lieu \ one inches in length. I have also raised some turnips which 1 think Are hard to beat one of which measures Twenty five inches in Circum 7_______ Faience. Also a radish which measures twelve ing with a jury the counsel for the defence have weighed seven pounds and another which Mea and new Orleans inet at the Broadway sex 1, Waling for the returns tor your Trust and weighed three pounds and a half it is Twenty change to consider and on matters Consec a i trl w Ith thir business. Owenu one bout a re Reprez Eniex. And six in the Trade Urie not. The meeting a at composed of orderly and intelligent men. Who understood no Only their own . But the interests of society at Large. The meeting was duly organized and the following pledge Given a we. The undersigned masters and owners of Steamboat engaged in the Trade Between Cincinnati arid new Orleans Are sati fied from Pat experience that it would be better to have the jury. This gave umbrage to or. Brent and he indignantly replied that he should decline going into the cases on such terms. In this Way the affair rested until a few Days past when it is understood that tiie authorities at Washington have intimated to or. Ash esd a ured three feet eight inches in length and desire that or. Brent should As the senior counsel in the trials. These Are the most important cases that Ever came before a tribunal in this state and with or. Brents Well known ability coupled with or. Ashmead a intimate acquaintance with the Law of treason and his popular Talent of reason a some of the people hat made such splendid promises of trading with you when when you first entered the River have Uever been near your Ami a half inches round and weighs six and a two formidable7 of it Onens in the Field ship since they Weie trusted hut have been trading with other ships on Rea in Money term with your goods. This is exceedingly Vuxta Tiova by giving credit you perhaps lose a Good customer and run the ask of losing your into the bargain or at East being put to great trouble and anxiety and if you do not give it one House in new Orleans to As agent credit the merchants will do no business with i1 you. Your beat friends now leave Orf trading with other ships and Send you the Oil As it comes Down i urn oboe a a Law. A. It any to whom you have Given Trust be trading with other so hips with your goods in order to turn half pounds. My Crotts yielded at the rate of one thousand six Hundred and eighty bushels to the acre. Now if this is not an indication of a great country then i at a loss to know what we wonder that among the vegetables there were not a a some for All the boats As it will have a tendency to keep the rate of freights at a More uniform Price which would be better Only for the owner of steamboats but also for the shippers. Therefore we bind ourselves to give the Agency it our boat or boats to the person elected for a he a set Tel Over As often As possible or their the present canoes have been detained at the various Oil a the above was signed by the representatives j markets the work of Dunning commences in of boats. An election was then Earnest and to convince them that you Are really gone into and the House of Washington a Fer j n Earnest you perhaps visit them three times a better was selected. The runner business was 1 ? 7�ur errand if not always alluded to is tie i taken up when the following was subs Cri i bed to it a a we. The undersigned hereby agree and solemn v bind ourselves As gentlemen that we will not hire that Clasa of men known As Steamboat j runners either directly or indirectly Between Cincinnati and new Orleans nor permit them to work for us for nothing. A and it is further agreed that we will subscribe three dollars per month to publish the captains or runners of any boat that May violate the above agreement or any other Captain who May run a boat at or to the above ports. Adopted and the resolutions signed unanimously. Fright at arc seat re try eight Kim Rosa kitted. New Yolk nov. 20 r. M. Of of the most frightful catastrophes took place this evening. About 4 of clock just be a quot a to leu a a t�1� lore the Ward school no. 26. Occupying the a their having anything to do with perfectly understood. A what Cotie again Captain a s trader has said to me the third visit a that times it be Cocker Peak i look your face that time Sun stand for top noon i look your face and now that time Man want to go Moona sleep Hook your face again what palaver he Mored and so Oke ?�?T a Trust my Friend i want my Money Ter wards tried on a h what think you Tell me that time you get my with Complete Sucre Money you no Tell me i cannot stand wait one Day for your Side on your account and done to you see what Way my ship masts stand and by and by my people must cry for chop.�? it they Promise to pay you on a certain Day you May generally depend upon them. If you Are very much tired you sometimes lose or affect to lose All patience and Call them ugly names As Fec Jav proper niggers bushmen ac., and threaten to make Al tide to no so Book a and Send it to All the White men to inform them that they Are rogues and not to be trusted and to Tell the merchants in England to caution use for scientific men of France Are at present speculating on a recent in Sariee of a Young Man brought to life after a being Frozen up eleven months on the Alp. It a a Given Rise to a revived belief in the theory that life can be suspended at pleasure and criminals Are about to be demanded of the government to be Frozen on Experiment. Thu Reader will already have inferred what a Relief this of fers to such unhappy ladies As find themselves not contemporary a via a the hearts they sigh to w in. They have Only to be iced till overtake. We should add however that the above is by Means a joke. The blood of a living Mart was in fused into the vein of the Frozen youth and the Experiment was of Hare Frozen for the p impose Molefe Success. The i me journal suggests the idea of putting this discovery into practical use. Thus put out $500 at interest have yourself packed in ice and stay Frozen with sup coded Luis till it amounts to a Fortune. in Greenwich Avenue near bit Street were about breaking up school the principal a i the department in the third Story a miss. Har Rison was seized with sudden illness of a paralytic nature which took such curious offset upon ber face As to cause great alarm them. If they have the Means of paving this sort of language will generally have the desired effect but you like themselves must study the characters you have to Deal with and treat them accordingly. A a occasionally you Are obliged to Man your boats with White men and proceed a emf sr�?~cwai�.1�ti it a Tiv quot of 5 How or to dwt Ita Wjk a urm a wait for the Canoe coming Down with their were girls from six to eight year of age. The gradually increased and in midst of it the alarm of fire was made and children at Rua lied for the stairs w i tech in tit it eagerness they completely blocked up a of became wedged Between the Balustrade and 6� Wall. Suddenly the Bannister gave Way a cd scores of the children were precipitated a distance of fifty feet to the ground. The a Quck it us Erlb edit i alter laying out in a boat All night so disfigured a Boer body of dead or injured were recon ail a r. 1 j. J. . Of the Mother were cirt a quot �-�?�"t1�?o" �1 "."�cbeto,� is e i cr6ot,t Maul Thomao a bib belong to your 1 debtors and Tow them to to ship. I have seen Canso men so alarmed on pulling suddenly upon them a to jump Over Board and Lake for the Bush supposing that they were Sui prison by an enemy i but As soon As they found we Weie englishmen they returned this is dangerous both on a . A we would guard the Young against the use of every word that is not per use no quot profane expressions a sentence that would put the Blush to the most sensitive. You know not the ten Dency of habitually using indecent and profile language. It May never be obliterated from your heart. When you grow up you will find t at your tongues end some expressions which you would not use for any Money. It was one 1 you Learned when you was quite Young. By being careful you w ill save yourself Agiert Deal of mortification and sorrow. Good Ronen have been taken sick and become delirious. In these moments they have used the Inoc vile and inde Reid language imaginable. When informed of if. After a restoration to health they had no idea Cincinnati nov 20. M. The fire annihilator was tried on a building erected for the purpose. It proved to be an entire failure. The River has risen 4 feet and is in a Good stage. It is now raining. Cincinnati nov 25. River has fallen two feet snowing All Day. Flour $2.15 to $3 whiskey nothing joint hogs firm sales 13 0 at $1,35 to $1,40. No a a ales provision. Rio Coffee 9 1-2. New York nov. 17. The passengers per Daniel Webster express dissatisfaction with the Nicaragua route and have resolved to sue the company for detention loss of baggage overcharges a. One of them states that a Battle had been fought Between general Manor the Leader of the revolutionist party and Gen. Chamorro the governor general. Gen. Manor was Defeated and taken prisoner but was liberated on the prom. 1 ise of peaceable conduct which was alter wards violated and he is now in opposition to i the government again. He is now held in siege at Leon. The Forrest divorce Case a again been postponed to the first monday in december. The grand jury of Philadelphia have presented the Frost office of that City a being inadequate Lor postal business and an application to Congress is recommended for an appropriation to Purchase grounds and erect a suitable building. New York nov. 18�?e. M. The Rumor that one of the steamers on the Nicaragua route had been lot is untrue. The director through the negligence of those in command was allowed to Drift Over the rapids in san Juan River and several passengers jumped overboard and two it is feared were drowned. The boat was not much injured. The Capitol of the state will certainly be removed from Iowa City at no very Distant Day and it has been suggested that the state House with inconsiderable expense might be constructed into an excellent building for the University. The location is sufficiently Central and will no doubt Ere Long be accessible from other Points by Railroad while that portion of the state is exceedingly healthy. A a with such an institution in our own state our Young men might attain a thorough education and acquire their profession either in Law Medicine or theology at Home without the evils and expense incident to going to a Distant part of the country. No one need fear that such an institution would injure the common school system but so far As experience proves anything it shows that instead of being detrimental that it would be beneficial. It is ouly necessary to advert to the common school system of Massachusetts and Connecticut to maintain this position. We Hope therefore that before the legislature appropriate any of the University lands to any other purposes they will consider the matter in All its bearings As Well As the in to edition of Congress in making the donation. The Glace is. A being so often delighted with the Sweet sound of the Glae Cuaz steam whistle we concluded to consult Leverett and see what kind of an animal had soph a Silvery voice. And behold i we find a him to be Sutte site a fishes Man of an Bedon who was made a sea deity. Well if All the fishermen of Anthe Den had voices similar the that of ear Guicas they must have had glorious music when they held a concert. Notwithstanding she or he or whatever gender a fish May be Tbs Glaucus is As constant As the tides and As regular As the Daya themselves. E3the weather has been Beautiful for the lost few Days so much so that cloaks and overcoats arc considered useless appendages. Arrival or tub Amr. Philadelphia nov. 24�?p. V. The Asia arrived at Halifax at 8 of clock this morning with dates to the 15th most. Kossuth continues his triumphant proce so on everywhere arc living unprecedented demonstration of admiration and affection. He attended the polish and hungarian Ball at Guild Hall where he met the lord mayor and a Large number of distinguished persons. The steamship a Carara belonging in the West India line on her Way from Bristol to Glasgow to receive her engines stranded in Bristol River and waa abandoned. She was insured la $18,060. The Reading of the new electoral Law of France was carried on thursday lost by a Large majority. Notwithstanding the defeat of the ministry everything remained tranquil. No extreme agitation is Likely to be attempted by the Mountain party until the election when the strength of the parties will be exerted to the utmost. The submarine Telegraph Between France and England was in successful operation. The Kuchment of the Queen of Spain was daily expected. Arrangement have been made to transmit an account of the sex of the heir to the throne by signal lights. The King of Hanover was barely alive on the 10th. Accounts from new South Wales of i8th August give flattering representations of the Quantity and Quality of the Gold country about Bathurst. Sidney to nearly deserted. The weekly receipts averaged �25,000. In Manchester there was an increased activity in Trale and prices were improving. The sales of Cotton for the week were 49, 00 Bales Over 7,500 were taken for Export and speculators took 16,< 00. In London discounts were Eay at3 percent., Consol 97 1-4 to 97 5-8. Cotton sales for Friday were 7,000 Bales closing Dull and prices barely maintained. Stocks United states be i860, 105 United states Sixes 1868,112 1-2 Pennsylvania fives 81 1-2. Iron was firm with a fair business. Tit to my Mara its Dow Tebur is Viu a Imi Arr this illustrious Eutte was to have left Southampton for to United states by the so Nossov Washington on the j 4th Uttend most probably arrived at new York yesterday or a Lay before. His reception in England nitwit Sanduig the efforts of the food of British oligarchy and Tho special and paid Organ of the eng Hub an toe racy headed by to a London time a to prejudice to Public mind against him by the circulation of to most infamous and unfounded slanders has Boon of to most Hearty and enthusiastic character. In fact Tho extraordinary demonstrations of Welcome which everywhere greeted Bun on Tho part of the masses Are altogether so unprecedented is to Mark his Prog res in England As a epoch it a it its history. It demonstrates to our mind to existence of a deep seated and fixed sympathy on Tho part of the people of that country the cause of Freedom that will Ore Long not Content itself with execration against the perfidy of Aust Nara emperors and the tyranny of russian autocrats but that will go on gathering strength and might and majesty until in the eloquent lag ago of the j Greet Maygar a the almighty Echo of Public opinion shall proclaim Liberty to the Down i trodden every where. We behave the visit of Kossuth to England and Bis most Manly and j eloquent appeals in behalf of Bis Subj i Jato j country couched in words which stir the heart of a Freeman like the sound of a trumpet j a will exercise an influence and will in goo time to followed by consequences hardly fore seen by the Faro red few of England million who reveling in luxury deem the British con j Atit ution the very Climax of human government j for the Saxe of poor old Ireland who a Star a ring children have for Long Long years suffered and toiled under a bondage As cruel and Tyran meal As Ever disgraced an austrian Dungeon for the Sake of o Brien and Mitchell anti Meagher whose proud spirits Are even now undergoing Captivity and banishment in a far off land amongst malefactors and outcasts for no other crime than that of having aspired to the dignity of freemen for the Sake of the millions of human beings in the indies and elsewhere victims to the rapacious demands of British avarice and British epic cd a on god Grant we be not deceived. Tram and tit moire no the Tearh of the Iasmi give a most revert Fig of to mormons of Utah. Iwo hero Sot Iho Low and authority of Tho Ohoff states uses Mowll of Defiance and its a a veers with death. That Tho assist to off i a cose demands it aft bit Tho goes will Tako strenuous mss sures to rebelling Tod to punish Tho violator of Tho to even to to at Distant territory to think a hero is no doubt. Any Poorte that desire to Ham within Tho thoth not the United state Ami a the �1er the jurisdiction of our government Fri amenable to to Laws and should be held strictly accountable for any violation of Tho som. Tho mormons Aro a angular people Aad seem As if driven of by a reckless infatuation the the Bette Mission of crime and outrage. We have 0� doubt that Well sea neg people Haws sailed with them Hast found themselves grossly deceived whilst Many villains and outlaws have joined them id Dyder that under the Protection of a Strong Bond they might the Awe Success Day practice their Vul Zoiea. Bol if to a representations of the officer Are True and to have no reason fur supposing they Oro oat the it is time that the authority of states should amort it sep Elemary i rebellion in Utah should meet As far As practicable with the same punishment h if to were within one of the state Adja esd to the soot of gov Emmet a t. Us a Congress met yesterday and if a Espial ution was effected the message Wii probably be Dei Ivecek to Day we will publish immediately of its receipt Ira in St. Louis As do Sapenter of receiving it by the wires is More Tomt a your Constitution will Telegraph log Harie. Croc innate nov. River foiling it or he. Weather Root. Flour Dull at 95 to $2 98. Whisky 15c and Dull. Hogs firm and the demand a equal i to Supply Saleo 150�o at $4 55. Me pork $12 . Prime barrel lord be. Green meet 6 i-4c for bums 5c a Hie 3 3-4 shoulders. A now by St. Paul Tux work goes bravely ox.�?messrs. Cps Haughnessy a co., subcontractors will a Trike the first lick of the Bohemian celebrated Bohemia Burlington irl Peoria tin a at a his end in Glass is blown in Small Mann Actori a con of the route to Day. They have the contract for grading bridging and laying the rail to taming a single Chimney not unlike those in the Pine districts of new Jersey. To each of the factories there arc generally eight blowers. The Only fuel used is Wood. The finishing is performed in the col tags and this embraces the cutting poli big and indeed every thing but the mixing of the Glas and colouring it. The ingredients Long supposed to be different from those employed elsewhere Are asserted to be the same. It is not so much for the material As it for the Orna menting however that Bohemian this depend on the state Monmouth a distance of 26 Miles and have stipulated to have the Road ready for the cars by the 1st of Juine 1853. Or. O Simian Genessy whose indomitable Energy is so Well known assure us however that the Road shall be ready on the 1st january 1853. From this time we Date a new Era in the career of our Young City to greatness. Her destiny is Glass is celebrated. A.,Epe ,.u of a a a on Ifa veal the Hriz a ,.,Ort 0 the tron and a kill of the Artisan. It is curious How High / a a it. I to i a Nevesa sail in five Shiri in iks a a a l Vitkar Baltimore nov. 16. Archbishop Kendrick a to Day Inver ted with the pallium Bishop Timon of Buffalo count of the frequency of accidents and risk to my health. I have returned on Board in a morning i. Rare of the pain they had Given their friends and i acted a celebrant and the Rev. Or. Sourin of stated that they had Learned and repeated these eve per Ion in childhood and though years had Palt Deidre they had spoken a had word the Early impressions had Hen Indell Ihly stamped upon the heart. Think of tin be who Are to be language and never improper race lit. Gaz. Philadelphia As admin Drator. There was a Large number of spectators in Artemi once. Bal Tuirok nov. 14. The Washington Telegraph publishes a Rumor that Secretary Corwin Nalo to $51, my by the failure of the Columbus insurance company. To it in r so far As ascertained forty eight Are said to been kilted and probably the same Nura by sure or let injured. Borne cannot recon be recognizable. A when All other Means fail your last resource is to watch your debtor till be comes to the a a it iwo suf urea. Woe cannot recon to suit Osze ship if you Burtor morning of the to rom. On ,l,.m Poe run. A a 7 b palaver commences in Earnest. Locked up will re Ai Beld at the office of h a me is. T. B. B easter i Sjo Rad will die the re. Foj. Whitebowl was consecrated a a a in Taat i shop of Lri Nois this the Sermon was preached by Bishop Potter of teens Yum a. _ 1 la Ort ext or the Illinois of the citizens of Peru favourable to the of the navigation of the Illinois Harmon k co., re. Paul joing. 8. Taylor. G. W. Gilson f. 8. H Welch j. L. Coates e. Winslow. A. Mckenzie e. Higgins. I. D. Larmon. H. Is. J Mccormick ii. L. Toilet s. W. A a tin c. Coffin. J. H Mcmillan John mor Hulett and w. C. Nemih were appointed the to a a convention which they of res chitin. Recommended to be held at peo on the 26th inst. The object of this con Ventro if t0 to a adopt such measures a a a bail be most Likely to secure the Aid of the Teter want of the United state in Clearing out the navigable Channel of the Lii the a Nev. Thi a in important measure to the people of this Section of the state and As we a St this present moment suffering severely the difficult and dangerous navigable Eon Mise of our River no time or place could have a the selected which would have been More a Tepu a ate than that of the convention in Erdem we Hope Ottawa will not be in repro let there be a meet ing called and a set Tel appointed without Drav As tie time a a Ter at Pete trader. Kirn in the Trade room he list assails you with a Volley of abusive epithet and perhaps threatens to kill you the Fust time you Good Shore. Above ail things you must keep yourself Cool and not exhibit the slightest symptom of fear. Finding that blustering and Tea zing will not induce you to let him go he goes of another track. Coax the leading article in the Lon Paw Anglo Knickerbocker a the Lon Dou correspondent of the new York Buner or enquirer in a letter of the 29�h of August says i 1 a a i May mention Here that very few of the 4 leaders or As be Call them 4 editorial articles which appear in the London , Are written by the editors of those journals. There t i a regular corps of gentlemen attached to each paper who hard no other business with it than to prepare 4 leading articles a upon such subjects a they May select or As May be named to my flattery and a Sweet route a Lair prom a i a hem by the . These writers Seldom Are equally unavailing is cannot be allowed to in concert and Many of them rarely vat the Teave till the last Farthings paid. He then tries actual office of the paper. Their labors re to excite your sympathy by teams and debates Kimseu by falling upon his Knees Betru you to entreat you to let him go and he w ill pay you every a a flu yesterday or ars synonymous. His wives children and slaves will laugh at and despise Bun he will lose caste with his countrymen and credit with White men. When a hods that nothing be can say will Avail and Thal he must pay debts before being released a will per Hap burst into laughter and Tell you you me All a same Devil a and order the head Dure tie business of an to a Little More than the duty of a supervisor and the employ a nun Winf Twu quient of so Many persons whose Ordinary a of to Morrow the terms cations do not bring them in Contact with the paper lends variety and freshness to its general tone but at the a a ame time unless the does his duty it also leads to inconsistencies and Washington nor. 17. T in regard to the cuban insurrection the pro Lent directed the negotiation during the absence of or. Webster and he limited his de a Mand. It is believed to an exercise of clemency and humanity in regard to the 1 thiere have been no negotiations Between or. Webster and or. Calderon for the release of the prisoners. We have not demanded it because Spain has voluntarily proposed it. In regard to the reparation justly due to the Spanish Consul that matter is now satisfactorily settled and the offer made by or. Zehnter originally and by the president concurred i have already been sent out to Spain. Locis Illk nov. 25. The River is falling 4 feel on the Falls. It has been snowing since last night and still continues with some rain. The sex Captain and the disc rec or few Days since a certain sex Steamboat i pain Well known to our Community a gentlemen from Down on the shores of the old Chesapeake Bay who loves a plats of Good oysters f. R. S., that is Fried roasted or stewed As Well a the next Captain who might come along and who enjoys a Good joke As Well As he does oysters was seen standing near the wharf of on principal Landing with a worthy disciple of my lord Coke. They were engaged a Friendly conversation Tete to Etc. For a Steamboat capt air. Is always ready for a pleasant Chat when off duty and a lawyer Seldom quarrels with any body unless it is in a court room when he he is All fired mad with the opposite counsel. The Steamer Glaucus bad just rounded the Point and a blown a shrill blast upon her Bugle a when the following dialogue was overheard , Captain Bow slow she runs , quite slow. done to think she has Many passengers or much freight on boards do you. Captain , 1 done to think she has. , Captain do you think Shusis making anything ? , certainly she is. , what do you think she is making ? c. Slam. Exit the disciple. A degree of Merit is attained by these Bohemian workmen. They live in he made cottages and exercise the utmost frugality their wages never exceeding six dollars a week and rare a rising to that Point. With no tool but their wheel they will Cut the most delicate designs and without the Aid of a pattern. In painting Glass j they rarely employ More than two brushes one j Small and the other a size larger yet the scrolls i Flowers and other tra Ceries come out As fully As a name drawn on a frosty window pane. It is a not an uncommon occurrence for a whole Fame by to be brought up to paint or draw on Guss i and thus great skill is acquired at an age almost. Incredible. The Gold used is from the finest ducats dissolved in Strong acid the Oil with which the colors Are mixed is of turpentine. £1 the Washington Republic of the 13th y or. observe in the correspond j ence of a Northern journal an intimation that notwithstanding an authorized contradiction of j the report the writer has reason to believe that1 or. Rives our minister to France had been recalled or was expected to return. As the re j a Firmance of this Story seems to Hare Given a j i Nee currency to the fabrication we think it Well enough to say that a far As the administration knows there is not the slightest found j Tion for it in fact. If the writer intends to int mate that or. Rives contemplates returning to this country we have no Means of confirming or contradicting the allegation but it is not True that any such intention a been communicated i to the administration nor that the adm Nistra j Tion entertains any purpose of his recall. A Jan irishman observing a Dandy taking his usual strut in Broadway Steps up to him Ard inquired a How much rent do you ask tor those j houses a a what do you ask for a a Faith i and i thought the whole Street belonged to be j replied the irishman. A hint to Albany dutchman expresses its Surprise that Young men can consent to loaf about the Corners As they do when a Good dose of arsenic can be purchased for sixpence. a married Man who was out at a whist party when he proposed going Home we i urge to stay a Little longer. A Well i May As Welt my wife is As mad As she can to Gen. Lane said the other Day at Indianapolis in Bis speech after dinner that he was a too full for the Madison Banner infers that he had Over eaten himself. Horse As shaking his thirst in the great father of Waters he starts with a mighty bound and with lightning Speed on his eastward course will be heard reverberating Over the water and along our his a carrying Joy and gladness to the heart of the traveller and Man of business. A there s a Good time coming Winter paid Ushi Sannuti visit yesterday morning having arrived at 12 of clock. Precisely. He was punctual As usual and although he has attained to the Green old age of 5855 years according to the mosaic Calmeter yet his step is elastic As Ever and though the fire of youth May not be in his veins there is fire wherever he goes. The old gentleman came among us with such a smiling countenance that it seems to have imparted a genial glow All around. He did not a a shake Bis gory locks a at us but on the contrary met us As a a smiling As a Basket of i a our Friend Griffiths who has just returned from the East a Advance of the mails came Over the new York and Erie Railroad and says that the passengers timed the rate of travel at different Points. At one Pace he says they ran sixteen Miles in fifteen minutes. A a that beats my time a he says they were longer com ing from Peoria to Burlington 9> Miles they were from new York to Dunkirk 46 Miles. Push on the a a Peoria and Oquawka Railroad a gentlemen and let us have the a Branch a immediately if not sooner. Sis ital cd nov. Tittl. Weather Clear Ard warm. Ohio River Rise last Dlyn a risen 3 feet is All at this no perceptible alteration in the Cumber took except from backing up of Tho Ohio. A cd \ pc n w. A. Floter soles 10.000 bbl St $3 Fol 94, for dote and Western �4s4$-4 12 6>r a a Ohio $4 $4 31 for so Athera. Solos 3�00 Bush i soother White Whest at �3c 150# bushels Michie a so tse. Sole 35,s00 bushels a Ixo i sons is Hsu Sest mis Rye be tec. Sates ass bbl. Peek Mao $13 12$ prime. $3 5�. Sties j4> by Lent 3909 Gallons l tossed Oil of 85��i4o. Whu Twy 11$. nov. A r. Tbs Tiger bos Falten 8 inches. Sole 2.504 Bornio floor of 2 9y- .3. Whiskey re y Dull of 184.�? hog in Fox Rte Ion and prices 5r>o 3,004 Odd of $4 45hu$4 55. Mess Fork Active of $13. No change to Gruel Row. Lytza cranberries $4 54. Charleston nov Folk we were visited by a very �1 a Structure fire this morning about 4 of clock it Rollo out at lit Corner of George and King streets and consumed the hat and cd Othma store of j. Brown a co., with their entire Stock valued St $50,-uu0. Piers comm Noe. 26th. Six and a half feet water in Chan no. Whether pleasant Snow melting last. We Wir Hare i a big Rise soon. nov. Ufi. The Steamer brother Jonathon trom cd agree with Attr Ihnn from California arrived at new a Ork this morning. Yook nov. 57. Our citizens Hare generally observed thanksgiving Day Businele of Alm it get every character being a a upended. The military and various other companies were out in Irge numbers the Day being unusually Fine. All tie Public thoroughfares were thronged. The seventh great is the Tabor required to prepare Complete returns of the late census in time to be Laid before the Paesl Cong test that the largest portion of of Hundred Ami thirty fir clerks employed in Trio work Are necessarily occupied a certain number of extra hours at night. In addition to population and the appointment of asember of Congress to the several state Ether statistics of interest including Tho relative to Tho Cotton Woolen and Iron manufactures will i embraced in the report. As a Sample by which to enable Condrea to judge of an improve plan for reporting the a that t Sun it is understood the head of tie than Bureau a tends to append to his return the Complete statistics of Maryland with a Brief introduction giving the history of Tho wet Lometa of the state and that of Ever a a a into a a it Tica and agricultural of the it mis Mary Taylor the Well known actress and vocalist was married to a or. Ewing of new York on Friday last. Pork and beef packing. A we learn that but one establishment in our Eity will engage its the above business the present Winter owing to the Scarcity of hogs in the country and the High Price at which pork particularly is expected to command. For a he past two year oar Corn crops have been but Short from dry weather owing to this fact hogs have become scarce and taking into consideration the number of emigrants settling in our Vicinity there will be but a Small surplus for shipment. We under stand some few contracts Hare been made at $3 per 109 for perk and $2 per 100 or beef. Of the latter there appears to be the usual Onan Tity Why she is making a thundering sight of j and that of Good h anal to. Is j Kiev. , at messes. Jackson Owsley a co.s pork House 2.i7u bogs were slaughtered. Tie hogs were from Madison and Garrard counties and averaged 240 pounds net the finest lot of hogs Ever Cut Cone. It one of our Chetem Pranes the professor who has be a out in the Chutiz Westera part of the state on a government stirred tells us that they Luxuriate upon Fine Vei a son All the time and that they did it care about wasting powder to shoot wild Turies. He says they did it go in for such a a a mall potato i f it we have omitted unintentional to inform the Public that on Friend maj. Mauro is himself again having re opened his Large and elegant Stock of goods in the old stand of w. F. Coo Bangh a co., on Jefferson Street those gentlemen having taken Possession of their magnificent Block of buildings on Maia Street. Call and Bun. Pressing their geographic character. Should Congem Apfer a course pursued with reference to Maryland statistics and history of every other Iule t statistics and history be similarly arranged. Wal . Nov. 25, r. U. River seven feet in the Channel. Weather Coll. It has has been snowing steadily since 8 of clock this morning. City track. We alluded the other Day to the business of the City in a very general manner and upon a of what seemed to be doing on the principal streets. Since then we have conversed with some of our principal merchants and they Tell us that Trad has been remarkably Good and indeed they say that although so late in the season last week there teas almost As much business among them As during any previous week. It is True that there is not much a puffing and blowing about their manner of carrying on Trade but they Hae constant steady and Active Way of doing it which Speaks tar loader than gassing or blowing does. And we will venture to say that our merchants in the Interior and the Western part of the state cannot Purchase upon As Good Terras in any oth it it is said that Kossuth hating been con signed to imprisonment for three years for Dis a Jave that accompanist him to go to the Beach obeying the edicts of the austrian government and bring you off your a i1 a a r to due. A few hours alter a palaver of this kind 1 have gone Lafiora and have been treated in the kindest manner possible without the disagreeable circumstance Baring been alluded lie applied at the end of one year for the use of Book. Lie was offered the Choice of one a outed it was not of a political e asked far three. The request a a cant l. And he selected the English grammar Walker s t pronouncing dictionary and shake fire. By bavarian women of Bavaria \ attentive study of these three volumes he May arc celebrated for their innate kindness and Good Terud the English language before the term of Ness of heart. A Young opera Singer of Munich his Imp moment expired. Who travelled with me having worn himself out by Salon of joking and laughter during the Day j p0 ym7 Itab that a the Bose in became sleepy the evening and not occupying Jeja a 1the following paragraph for a Corner of the Cetoh Mund his fiend rather in f truth of which Many a butane a men end w Coli Vemont. A Beva Risa Ledr my a next to and 4 professional Ronen of our own acquaint to. A a j he a a a protesting she could never sleep inn coach Anco Ca vouch with tears in ins eyes surrendered her place to him and in a few min a of Tarry has spoiled and utterly ruined utes fit fiend was recumbent on her a Boulder his hogs a Nils of boys inducing a dangerous pre Coarm Arneaud her Waist and he slept profound y. Developing the passion softening and when lha coach stopped toc Fiaai hoi ses Waht vol tie ,4at and greatly injuring the de wifi rum. Off. I a of Stew the , Mali a a. A Erv got Etc Church in the Moonlight and on a facing g j Tarj a a ump freely smokes him if he was acquainted with the my on whose 7 shoulder he bad slept so Well Fie replied a i have never seen her Belert hut we do of idea Biog for too another in Baltimore november 15. Set Cine or a it Carrington. Judge of the hustings court Hung himself at Richmond on Friday lost. The sugar car in Texas is said to be unusually promising. Coci s. P. Scarburgh has been appointed professor of Law in the University of William and Mary in Virginia to succeed Beverly Tucker Esq. Rhode Island Genera Assembly of Rhode Island convened on tuesday last and adjourned sin die on Friday har ing Trai a acted the legislature business of the Slat four Days. Such arc Vita would sometimes be acceptable in other deliberative bodies. . During the month of october 21.497 Immi Grants arrived at Newyl Ork from Europe Aad the total for the year thus for is 252,820, against j 187,016 for the same period last year. During l the lost five years the entire number has been i amp. It the journal of Commerce reports from 1 information derived from a reliable source that the imports into the United states for the fiscal year ending june 30, 151, were $210,000,000, or City in the state nor do As Well taking All an the exports from the country for the same thugs into consideration by going to St. Irmi pern were $18,000.000. Showing an excess and further. This fact it now beginning to be of imports Over exports of $52/100,000. Pretty Well understood hence the increase of is somewhat singular that wholesale Trade among our merchants at the Washington Drew his last breath in the lost Day present time. And the principle is perfectly j of of it ,. _ _ k a a. Tury. He a Tel a saturday night 12 of clock dec. Plain that the nearer ther can buy at Home us at 3 a 53what is the most useful and convenient answer to a question you done to understand ? that depends upon circumstance. Elf col. Morgan with the Engineer corps a in town on saturday and we presume arrangements will now soon be made for locating the Railroad depot in Tho City Aad that Tho route of the opposite Side of the rivet will be speedily surveyed. It Why is an like a Steamboat on the Ohio River do you give it up ? Well the because he a often aground. Can to comb Oregon it appears they have passed a Law similar to Many of the states prohibiting negroes from settling i that territory. On a recent occasion a a Gem a of Colora got Spunky and determined to try the constitutionality of the Law whereupon chief Nelson of that territory decided that the Law was constitutional and the defendant in the Case ordered to leave the territory within thirty Days. New or. Chari Defon off Peoria Illinois has invented a new reaping machine that cuts Grain a Well a where it to a where it Mint.�?� it is mid to Fie far Superior of my Cormack a Sas it Euta the Grain a whether standing or lodged Green or dry in rough or smooth ground Ami lays it in her rms for another world s fair. It a Gre a Wii treason at warn n. Be Deputy marshal we Callea who tee feb at length to the circuit we Ance off Trio Tfir to the part taken h by the dec Aasel a few naw York not. A. The ship Star of the West report that of to 17th met., site fell in with the Brig Harriet off Portland and took irom iter 90 10 of lha Crew of the British ship us was Dis masted on the 6th and sunk. The Daniel Webster for Boston fre Pool took from the Union passenger. Noe. 59, r. K i there Are 6 1-2 feet water a the canal Aad it foiling. Weather Cool and Cloudy. Trio elate has All melted. Philae Blasia nov a in the. Circuit court to Day Trio jury was Emp annexed and Stroia. P. Hon away we charged with treason at Chirst aaa Aad h. Cline fled and 1 refused to assist the officers when called Unm and a Teclo Rettle right of coloured Perea Elfi tie tend themselves that Tho Taw ought not Tola Bevel to stated minutely Tho Are of his bring Tho hitting of Gorsach subsequent arrest. He bad not Cut the court adjourned. Boston Noe. 2d. The Steamer Asia having anchored in Tai Stream last bight three men belonging to Fiat named Tho. Hash a within my ale. Trumbull hired we Dar it Aon a beat Man the take them out to her a sever Gale we i at the Tietie when the boat capsized i Davidson were drowned. The mails for the Cambria had not yet 11 of clock arrived Ami in corp qui we of tie sever Snow storm last night it is of cured they we be too i a. The Washington Republic of Thia Mae uhte says that the Honor he it Walker w in Suth and the English fee traders candidate far Tfir presidency. Soatman Taras by Ewing Aad All Las on part nit on reasonable terms the More profitable they win find it. At Washington it is stated a Doii a Fie taming Winter the japanese officers Situ a Tea picked up at sea fit an american vessel _ ltd a into ban Francisco. They will be rain it at Public expense and shown our a wok it a institution of extent of Navi Commerce Etc. They Are said to be in and will Fie Able when they Are sent a a a to give surf an account of this country 7 probably tend to Aid tie efforts of tie to of Btu a a commercial treaty with Commodore to Myrick was sent out in i frigate Busyn Hannab of Japan a Ritta i from the pro a a ent to the emperor the j of which was to open a commercial in-1 w in the Sustar Bunnah never go the Ito j a Neua. Ant is a Here a Lihty of be a stained for repairs. Near Sacramento rhubarb grew from la seed in a single be Aero so big thet five stocks weighed fire pounds. In almost every other climate it re a Uree truer Ortre to got Largo a fonts Fra Trio Sood it or otherwise Largo y Ubow a Beccone ver is known to Moke a Man of much Energy of a Borie Ter and gone rally Laeko physical and Musco Lar w Eli is Menta Energy. To pc pro older who Are Natur Aliv Nervon and poetic ulary to the a Fiacco my fio comparatively Harar now. Bui Tveit to those it w a Romeo to fief a a Lesa a Foo wild Panieri Arlo Wora Fioro fio want tote any indy we to a Morto to Sec a to Becco a a Deo Fly iat we mentioned a Day or two since that the late a. G. Thompson of new York had bequeathed $266/8 0 to charitable purpose. The following Are the institutions among which thu magnificent bequest have been distributed i 4 american Bible society $20,000 american tract society $30.000 Iff. Y. 8. Colonization society $20,000 Central Board of education $20.i<00 american b. C. F. Mission $20,000 deaf and dumb institution $20,000 Blind institution $20,000. A a perceive fit tie new York Price current of a he 15th, that Fie expert of pork from new York from the 1st to the shh Nee. Hgt Vns 3,7 i hols. From the Letto urn a ltd nov. 1851, was $15, being in 11 Deye r a in Bafik this exhibits ill a very striking tie Export Trif you want to see bugs piles of groceries end All of the choicest kinds just drop in at Coolbaugh a cons new building on Mai Street. They Are there and no mistake. To Trio Glaucus is still regular a a clock but the usual packages of late papers Are not regular a was they use to what a tie matter major if River still on the Rue with a fair Prospect of Mother smell the income of great Britain for Itil exceeded the expenditures in the sum of �2,4x3jw2. Of on and Oiler december 1st passenger will be taken from Pittsburgh to in 24 hours with Only 28 Miles of staging Over an exec Tlell Turnpike. Anhthu we see it stated that a tailor in new York has discovered a new Mode of making clothes without , joining them together with a kind of past or Cement. It is an old a Ayag that a a stick a time saves nine a but this stick save them All. Well sold.�?c�4. Fremont recently sold a tract of mines in cab forms for one million dollars to an English company. It that was o the is we would it care a a a Grain whether we Ever got to the. 8. Senate again or not. .4 1 unit some of tie Good poo pie of bed been in burning ten for ote lest few Days and seen Tai business that we due they would Fine been compelled to a hmm up a Thiol the real Nai we a fio fit bleed that tie Metropolis off leva. To fio forty Milf a Bove a the a iry permed Toije no Horn _ pleasant . F. H Cooper of Beeton received Tai following interesting communication through the poet office. A few Days Smee you Send me $40 through the Post Effiee. It Yea done to i will set year Bouse on fire. John cok. Send tie Money Quick i Fiaai up. A can a , fio leads the Sierra Madre Resolution it i a Aid we de waled at Lexington. Ketto Kejr. If a Yoang gentleman who had just married Nolfe Beauty. A Era she would five freon a Llev Fin after is mid of such Purcia is Bate Riiho tint note a def. Tfx gov. Forwell a majority in Wisconsin at the late election will he less than 500. In our t Anks Are due to or. J. Lewis Al this cily for late St. Louis papers also to the stes Oters Glaucus Wyoming and for similar favors. More or. Bates of duo a. Canada West claims to have hit upon every simple method of producing anew and Brilliant Light dam a Peculiar decomposition of mow air. Re asserts that it the Clear and wonderfully Brilliant perfectly Safe end Cun be prepared at a very trifling expense. If or. B should by dec eyeful is he conf deeply expect the Fin a Kohl Sale will have to pump up Sifro of fat peer How ill be a i a Laid Candir a to twelve Parton of lord a i on pert Alum Petre salts Nottre dissolve tie Alum water pit the who in some Eon vessel Over a slow fire until the water a rated stirring the mixtures so is to prevent a him nod Nitro trom a a a to tag to l. He then Mould your candles and you Wal wait to use a lamp about your House a Oiw. Vipo ent Tho minist and posed a a learn from tie Churchman that of St. Gnu in a Church. New Yorkow tue a Lay week the right ree. Bisfie a Lacey pronounced us sentence of a Kopew Moo far now year from tie Muir try off tie Bab extant episcopal Church Al the Bee. Arid Sterling Tinfow he a Ouid tie engage to Contorni to tie Decorte and worship off the Prole teat Episcopo the Bishop a a a pronounced sent eur a off deposition from the minister off the a Veia Ahmel episcopal Church peo the Rev. Wilt my kit Erett. Who hat connected i Amali Widl a Fig Church off Rome. Of a a a it the make a Man feel child thinly cad Era a coff evening Dot in shivering upon the sidewall Bawd of Uit tempting fruit and Hep a her gaze at Tho passers of. Catiis to number us Settle county the present season Wilt he in average amount and off excellent Rio Mtyr the urgent amount of which haa Bega Man to Market. Uteri Era however Ridi in Fili Orniti y. Veo a a a lion Vili Arr Fqy and upwards tie 55$ up fit 000 Iba tue a so Igna Vasi Ramo i confidently Ami Tuet col. He elected fit a Fie Legisla a 611 the Jace in the and Stets time vacant by the a a a. A a a a a

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