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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 15, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Burlington weekly just and Rzab not let All the ends thou aim St at be thy co fart s. Thy Eonis a to family newspaper Neutral in politic8. And devoted to literature. Science. Commerce. Agriculture. The Mechanic arts. Ano the general news of the Oay. Morgan amp my Ken Burlington Iowa saturday february 1.1, 18.11. Vol. 1�?no. 28 Ftp weekly Telegraph. 3lrlingt<�n, tuesday feb. A a. Issue of quot arc Marc a Pforr Ike min Tural Jailil sir. A lip Audi Elt be of i Suliss it Uit i gentlemen were Patent at the lecture of i. Rorr Esq. Before the Iowa historical and geological inst Tat on Friday Emma of last. We had not the idea a a a to be a a resent but Are informed that to lecture was exceedingly interesting and la a Fey creditable to the author As a literary pro Netton. T get Public will be glad to that this is hut the firs of a series of lectures to be peered before the society during the Winter and coming a Pring. They will doubtless continue to be liberally attended As the society embraces among its members the highest Talent in the capital Paau brat not Abo Luord. We learn from members just returned from the Capitol that the a aug a abolishing capital Pudis Ament had passed the Senate was stricken out in the House a few hours previous to adjournment. Hanging therefore is still the Law of the land and the philanthropist a of the Hawkeye who seemed to contemplate no alternative but that of Lynch Law a May now Fec state himself upon the Cou Truance of his cherished institution. industrious German by the name of Joseph Pflaum. While engaged in catching ice yesterday afternoon near the Mouth of Valley Street jumped from a Canoe with a line i Faich was attached to a Large cake of boating ice for the purpose of checking its headway and was drawn into deep water and drowned. He did not Rise alter sinking and it is supposed that he boated under the ice. As All efforts to and his body had proved unavailing up to a late hour yesterday evening. Officer of the Hook 4 ladder company. The members of the Hook and ladder company assembled at the City Council room on saturday evening at and organized by electing the following officer John h. M Kenny. Captain j. J. Hold 1st. Lieutenant William Harris 2d a a William Wright. 3d a a George Frazee Secretary and treasurer. Bridge at is of the first i Ortance to the interests of Burlington that Steps should be taken for bridging Skunk River at Lowell. The work will greatly facilitate the Trade of a Large wealthy and highly productive neighbor Eood the whole of May be diverted to this City. As an investment we know of nothing that would pay better. Its construction would also soon secure the building of a Plank Load from Lowell to intersect the present one at midd mown a distance of but 8 10 Miles under the late general incorporation Law a copy of will be found in to Days Piper All proper facilities Are afforded tor the formation of companies for such purposes and we have no doubt that in View of the wants in that thickly settled neighbourhood and of the advantages would result to our own City Stock would be readily subscribed both Here and at Lowell. We have much reason to be gratified at the Steps recently taken for the Extension of a Branch of our Plank Road from mount pleasant North to Hoghton and while this pro Ilion is being carried Forward to completion it certainly lands us in hand to make some preparation tor securing the Trade of the Southern Side of Henry. Charter til k by i Milto am go be Plash Road Compass. Article of incorporation mid and entered into under and in accordance with a a fat Teof the state of Iowa entitled a an act to Autho to Genera in corporations approved Gebru transaction of any lawful business including i by 22, a. I. Lei. For the purpose of pro the establishment of firms the Cori traction of curing the time to the land by Purchase finer i nil Mays he idly of in i otherwise for a Road from Burlington external improvements but such incorporation general 1np0kwra�i0.n . Part i. Title la rat refit i. R c of to Batio. S for la i icky profit. Sec. A any of person May associate then Waves and Leco Iuo incorporated for the Moines county in said state via a Hodgeville confers Power privileges not ,>.4s�4 by j us j Des Moines county to \ Reini Grove Loui natural persons except As hereinafter provided. An i a a. My t. County in a Aid state and to construct Sec. 2. Among the Powers of such body i n .-N�r-.,4 is shall in and event be paid by the company by the be Femiano. Is quot a. 26. When the private property 1 a Eto Khod is taken for a corporate debt he May maintain an action Agama to the corporation Lor indemnity and against Auy of the other stockholders for contribution. Sec. 57. For the purpose of repairs rebuild no enlarging to Inlet contingencies j Lor the purpose of a sinking fund the Corpora i Tian t. Of. _ a. I a a i. I it thereon a Plank Road to be held owned and by said corporation and to be replayed by a rail Road whenever said corp j ration shall deem it expedient and to provide for the management and control of the it funds property and business of said corporation. Art. 1. Said corporation shall be named and a a vied a the Burlington and Virginia Grove Plank Road company and by such name May pow corporate Are to following first. To have Perpet Ual our Pic on. Second. To sue and he sued by it corporate name. Ten. Toh .acomm., , Whir to May i in it alter at pleasure. Fourth. To Render tie interests of the Stock holders transferable. Fifth. To exempt the private property of its is finer is a i i hold any convey real estate May stir be a herein otherwise declared sue arid Mav Nave a common sea and a Aid sixth. 1�� make contracts acquire and trans corporation shall continue for the space of property a possessing the same pow Twenty years. J such a respect As private individuals now Art. 2. Any individual May become a Stock Renth. 1 it it establish by Laws and a Holder and a a arty to these articles of in Corpora i n a of a Fiji wons deemed for the j chapter in this rest sect. Tion who shall subscribe any number of shares Nari pent cd their affers in accordance with St. 22. In and proceeding by against a m the books of a Aid corporation hereafter to j 4�?T m incompatible with an honest Pur a corporation against a stockholder to Chan Eure of Virginia at its last session noted a massive Gold medal to Gen. Winfield Scot for Bis service during the i of mexican War. The medal has Jot be a completed and the governor of Virginia has appointed a committee from the members of the present legislature to Mik the presentation. This Heau Tiftik Virginia munificent gratitude to her favorite son is represent. I the i As being one of the Mot exquisite specimens Iund they May loan 0f american Art Ever manufactured is de they May tale the Inbe l the medal is three and a half Inch in dive tar five sixteenths of an Inch Thich and i of course very massive and Rich. On one Side in an admirable life like bust of the general with the words a Winfield Scott in capitals above. The bust stands upon an Oblong Pedestal flanked by two Noble eagles sprigs of Laurel and Oak touching their Wirg a a number of of Iago Hon mexican banners among them pikes mortars and Field pieces forming an appropriate Back ground. On the Pede amp Tal is the following in Rin inn. A a the Commonwealth of Virginia proper securities Bee. 28. Is Hen the franchise of a corporation has been levied Tun under an execution and sold the coir a orators shall not Hare Power to dissolve the corporation so As to destroy the organization sufficient to enable the badness to proceed the purchaser a Hereupon becomes rest-1 with ail the a a Juvers of the corporation re he opened shall become the ask Ignee by Transfer As hereinafter provided of and share shares. Art. 3. The capital a took of a Aid company shall be sixty thousand dollars and May be increased at the will of said corporation and shall be divided into shares of fifty dollars each. Art. 4. A. Soon As five thousand dollars of the capita Stock is taken the stockholders shall assemble at Dodgeville on Theca of those opening the books when an instalment of five a it cent on each share shall be paid to those opening the books in Trust to be paid to the treasurer when elected and qualified. Ii the per Ern Tage on five thousand dollars a Hall be paid in. Thereupon an election shall be held of a president a treasurer and four directors All of whom shall be stockholders and hold their offices for the it Pace of one year and until their successor Are coven. Should a vacancy occur in any of the Abov e offices by death resignation otherwise the directors shall have Power to fill said i vacancy for the unexpired part of the term. I and until i successor is elected. Art. 5. The president and directors shall i procure the conveyance of land for a right of Way and take such measures As they May choose for the construction and completion of said Road any part thereof shall have Power to Lory and regulate the tolls to be charged for the use of said Road and determine when Gates shall be i set up and shall control the funds of said corp j ration and invest the same As the stockholders May direct. Art. Ii. The treasurer of raid corporation shall give Security to the satisfaction of said Hoard Lor the Safe keeping of All monies belonging to said corporation and the faithful discharge of his duties and shall not pay out any monies except upon the order of said Board to be first made and registered in the books of said company. Art. 7. Said Board shall employ some competent person to act As Secretary who shall keep the books of said company and keep a faithful account therein of All the of said company and w to shall receive such compensation a May be fixed by a Aid Hoard said books shall at All times be open to the inspection of any stockholder. Art 8. There shall he a meeting of 9aid stockholders six months after the first election of a Aid officer arc Semi annually thereafter and a a in a a. A a a i i private property to the divider s received by,2l i t ,7. A com nmn b"5 him the court is invested w Ith Power to except that of their own organization they must adopt articles of incorporation must be recorded in the office of recorder of Pel the officers to produce the books o a the corporation on the motion of either party upon a Ter will a pre a a a kingly peaked mountains Bat incorporated until the Cor j a work it u. A role a by i tray is shown. And no such franchise shall be a. Declared actually null forfeited except in a regular proceeding brought for that purpose. Sec. 32. No body of men acting As a corporation under the provisions of this chapter Hall be Pei melted to t up the w ant of a Legal organization a a defence to an action against them As a corporation nor shall any person a Ned on a contract made with a Urh a corporation by sued for an injury to its property a l i i. To i v via t any work of internal info Vemer to Mav he form said baud shall Bave the Power to Cali special \ Ftp re Flat those font re for meeting designating the place and giving six Days notice ii some news a Ajmer published in to a a Lvi of a ver 1 a a Rojer cause being shown for that purpose. The county w Here he principal a dare Sec. 30. A single individual May entitle him of bus me a h to the. In the books kept for re a Chi to All the advantage of this chapter United partnerships j to. He could lies a tally with ail its Sec. 4. Corporation for the construction of 0jnu a a w hi4h from the of j Are it of a it Tami improvement must a and Thra a an. Inapplicable. A f Van i a co amp "1cv a the of �?T.31. Ivry on acting As a corporation in j of quot a ,.vn"v�, a t a it with to e Al a Veth ltd a it quot Der the provisions of this Chapt e of s quot in 3 a a corded by him in a Book kept for such purpose lung 1wmy incur wrap . Such articles of incorporation must no the highest amount of indebtedness liability to i the corporation is at any one time to be subject must in no Case except in that of the risks of insurance companies exceed two thirds of its capital Stock. Sec. 5. A notice mud also he published for a four weeks in Succes Ion in a oui newspaper As convenient As practicable to the principal place of business. Sec. To. Such notice must contain. First. The name of the incorporation and its principal place of transacting but Ine it a. Secoll. The general nature of the business to be train cited. Third. The amount of capital and Stock authorized and the times and conditions on it is to be Psid in. Fourth. The time of the commencement Ami termination of the corporation. Fifth. By what officer persons the affairs of the company Are to be conducted and the times at they will be elected. Suth. The highest amount of indebted Fie-1 o liability the corporation is at any time to subject itself. Amp to nth. Whether private property is to be exempted from the corporate debits. Sec. 7. The corporation May commence business As soon As the articles Are filed in the office of recorder of deeds and their doing shall be valid if the publication i a new spa it is made and the copy filed in the office of Secretary of state where such tiling is necessary within three months from such tiling in the recorder office. Sec. 8. No change in any of the above matters shall be v Alid recorded and published As the original articles Are required to be. Sec. 9. Corporations for the construction of it the War with Mexico. 1817. On the reverie Side in the Centre standi a Beautiful tint column. With 1812 a on the base and a a 8 is on the capital. A a read Eagle Bolding an Olive Branch in it Mouth is on it top and the column is entwined with leaves of Laurel inscribed with the words Vera Cruz. Cerro Gordo Contreras Churubusco Del by above the column Are the voids Fecit quod Cut gitavitbelow4 from Virg in a and ltd Escutcheon with the coat of arms i f the St be. In the Back ground Are the Pioci i pal buildings in near Tiff City of Mexico the very Rie i Wreath of Laurel and Oak intertwined. The medal is one of great Beauty an l magnificence an a does great credit to the exquisite skill an i taste of . C. C. Weight an old Soldier under Gen. In Oit and now of n a York. Miki stub to . R. C. Schenek Meinz Ter of Congress from the Dayton District j Ohio has been appointed minister to Brazil in place it f Hon. David Todd. Bridge at see by the Keokuk papers that a lie citizens of Farmington. Van Buret county have it in contemplation to construct a Bridge across the Des Moines River at that place. Ital Jajua and Virginia a rave in Lauk Road a in pay in. Tie above company has been organized in pursuance to a a a a Elia enactment of the legislature. By reference to the proceedings of a tree tag recently held it will be seen that offi a Ftp for the ensuing year have been the articles of association May also be seen in univ mornings Jya her. Burlington. The place of All regular meetings shall be designated by the by Laws. Art. 9. At any meeting of the stockholders the cd a articles of incorporation May be altered ameled by a vote of two thirds of All the stockholders thirty Days notice being Given i of said amendment and the stockholders a Hall Hale Power to remove any officer on rom plaint by the same vote notice being first Given Uch officer of such Effort for removal and at All meeting of said stockholders each share shall be entitled to cast a vote on All a just Ion coming before a Aid mooting for Decio Ion. And All shares May be represented and vote by proxy. Art. It. That Sai l Board of directors shall have Power if said capital Stock a Hall not be subscribed within three months to borrow Money for the completion of the Road provided a majority of said stockholders shall consent to the Sarne and shall have Power to pledge said Road by mortgage for the payment of said loan Loans. Art. 11. Dividends on said Stock shall be declared Semi annually but no dividend shall exceed 15 per cent per annul on the amount of capital a Tock and the surplus of the 1 e venue of Naid Road Over 15 per cent., after paying All expenses and liabilities of said company a Hall he invested by loan at 10 per cent., As a sinking fund lob a devoted exclusively to the re building repair of said Road. Art. 12. Certificates of Stock in said Road a Hall he issued to All subscribers shall be Signi d by said president and countersigned other purposes cannot exceed Twenty years in duration but in either can a they May he renewed from time to time tor periods not greater respectively than first permissible. Provided three fourths the vote cast at any regular election Lor that purpose Lee in favor of such renewal and provided also that those thus wishing a renewal will Purchase the Stock of those opposed to the renewal at its fair current value. Sec. 10. The corporation cannot be dissolved prior to the period he a d upon in the article 1 incorporation except by unanimous consent unless a different Rule has been adopted in their articles. Is. 11. Tiie same a it a Rod of in a paper publication must precede any such premature dissolution of a corporation a is required at its creation. . 12. V copy of the by Law of the por Tion with the names of All it officers appended thereto must be posted in the principal places of business and subject to Public inspection. Is c. 13. A statement of the amount of Ftp capital Stock subscribed the amount of capital actually paid in and till amount of indebtedness of the company in a general Way. Must also a kept osted up in i Ike Maimer statement must be corrected As often a any a Lone , be permitted to set up a want of such Legal organization in his defence. Sec. 33. Jorj rations regularly organized under tin i neral Law heretofore in Ftp be May. By adopting their article of association to the provisions of this chapter and by making the required publication ltd of the change As Well a Oft their intention to act under the foregoing provi on be entitled to Al the advantage a a subject i to All the above provided for but the change in their Artici of association must be made in accordance with the Eai Ticle. by the unanimous consent of the stockholders. Sec. 34. Mutual insurance comp a Nies organized under a he. of this Render their Premium notes a Lien upon the whole any part of the re Al e late upon the pro Yerty insured is selected whether such real a Tate in is not exempt from other liabilities As a Lune do Al but such Hen will not attach a re tix tfitr�?.1 Lucky saturday Moran Goa merchant of Boston h wrong of f be loss of one of his ship. Quot ibis loss on put him in that another of his ship then at a a was but partially insured. He . Tha afternoon went to an insurance office and took out a it of icy for $15, w0 upon her. On sunday the English Steamer arrived bringing the news of the los of the second ship. Fail is our opinion that a 4funnv Many in one o to biggest a Nires in the u Miot boredom. Wit an humor United to Gen i a . Plain common sense a love of the Beautiful and warm sensibility the e constitute tin True a Man of of such was Smith and Hood Ami of such pre eminently in these a latter Day is Dickens. Al rom the kick Tymond a ?. Rafft�4 of i hit Raul of j horse but he immediately raised Hon sri Ortt Itna Drath a my to a sitting posture and fixed his Eye on i sir John Moore. The advancing regiment. 1 he shot had carried away the shoulder so entirely j that it Only jangled by the skin and a a they Enders oretto raise him up. The Hilt of j his a word i weave entangled in the w found. Offered to take it off. He it he a to useless coffin confined bisbrca�4. Nor Ira a Hect in shred we bound him. But he by like a Warrior taking he re of. With his martial cloak around there in a nicety any re on who Rea a at a that has not read a sir John Muon to a Bey her at Tina Rem. We Fork f0oi to heroism 5y of f even in a fish an Early period i the history off Holland a Hoy Unis born in mar Kama of ifs Yri Etc of a in ., but happily a Tili mor so fur its and a Qiyen tor. Of peace. High a w As Aslani Eert the Una whose employ ment a to open i one a f his air a ,. A u. I a whose Csupik Yurui wove j bowed lug to let town aim a a a that be a j Ken and the h far More in. O a a Vav 1 i to u. L j a a w ,. A. ,.r,into the town of i orttnnr., w Nerene a Lievi portent Battles than that of c Corunna. Have a few Momenta of for the Tiu wanted. Passed almost from the memory of Man i in.3 e a 1 1 j his ust Crai Eujair Liefl lae a exp in far More . Go to <1 it a. A Ali. ,.1 a. ,._ be 1 that of Moor w a the the Roenora Vliem a mom it a so profoundly beneath the rubbish lore iut Uncrut ice names Tana. A. A a Presston Winch Tho cruel Utju dwt us re have either perished along. U a la th.� Donn Drymen had upon him. 1 Ney a it Morv the a Lecey w a a i gave i a a 1 a a t �?~1 Hope by cot try Wulber .tiied. Entaro trn variance Orare a a a his were. The for Nib to la a Kwh repulsed v Ere nut Are cd at certain distance Tif close the Entrance of the canals Ami secure Holland from the danger to it seems exposed of timing itself under water rather above it. When water in wanted the flu Erra a is the sluices More of less As required As a Rolt turns the free a of a Fountain and close history that no antiquarian flunks it Worth the trouble Totsis int a them. Hut Moore a memory is embalmed in Uthe verse that immorally saves it will live As Long of the Noble bal Hui a it is preserved Sli ail Xii to and that Vii in badly be As Ion Gas the language it i written continues to be spoken. There i a romantic interest attached t he a Story an a wild grandeur connected with the Maimer of his burial peculiarly adapted them to the use of the poet. On Iii Day forty two years ago the Ibri Jar nary 1 it sgt sir John Moore was killed in the a attic of u -runr.a, and at the dead of the night was buried upon the ramparts of that ancient City rendered forever classical by the events Tco k of acc in its neighbourhood at that time. In the autumn eft i80, Vir John Moore Vav a placed in command 0� the British army in Portugal at d received orders from England to adv Ance into Spein and v u it every possible assistance to the spaniards who had co Lect i immense armies at several a a ints and appeared determined to resist to tie last Dropti by vol the approx of their King he had been beaten. And Lishev w Ere Brathering in trend the. A a., # u,.u air it Nurr o them again Carel thy at night other was to renew the assault. 00 tune was to be 7 a a a 1 in i the water would flow into the canals Ami out m embarking an i wrap i Moore Lyhl Tuut in in a Militar e old the uas�1 a Ira j count no so that even the Little on the ram a a Art. a pitch darkness h Miami arc fully aware of the a Elierd on a by the Tuiuli Al new of the nce of >uk.z.,-ft, Kiv to ast emerged from a sea y doo., Hafl of when by tha Blaze a a Ore. Tell la j he a take som. Ral s Handa of his faithful and weeping so hikers. The French Attr Peteti by the sight of to a Blind Man who heed at the other Sulu of the Duke. His father rave him leave. And the sea for Miles around anti their Thunder Vav Jitich Shook the solid Grotto ii the Misook of an earthquake the remain of sir John Moore were committed to tie Tomb. Tie whole of this melancholy tide is not even yet to a. Sir John Moore was to have Marrit to e Beautiful and gifted Lauly Hester Stanhope the grand i Aughter of the great Earl off Hatham a he of the younger Pitt and the inherit Rix of All the Pride and a Large share Oto the Talent have apr a not of i�t.during the late canvass in Michigan a surgeon 4� a Otist Vav is an to 1 cell Cut a Leech in one ltd the Interior town. A Low fellow Bolan Iii quot the other Narty. Inter rift him with the Stion 4\viat do yet 1 Iii til the Prei oium not a stating the property on i la to a a a ill a tooth to let it it 4,i xv�11 pull All it is a lion is file 1 for record and treated Vona Teeth Lor a a Hilling am your nose graft a in the a Arne Mariner As though it were amort 1 replied the speaker Gage from the maker thereof to the company 1 except that it need in to be ackn��witdg�.�?~j. Sec. 35. Not thing herein contained is intend i de to effect the interests of companies already organized further than a a above expressed in j id the citizens of Wheeling have vote i to $230,c?j to the Central Ohio Railroad. Material Section 33. Ii at in a Koi Nautica. California Talon should not marry before they Ore sure their husbands Are Ilea t.the Uin Cannati enquirer relates the following As an actual v Erit y a we head of an incident on monday last from tii lips of Esq. Taylor w hich partakes 1 Good a Leal of the romantic but is none the less True. In tin fall of a a Young Man named fit ii left he in company with Job Kendall on a Flat boat for new Orleans the. Boat being traded with pro lice owed by the two Luen they succeeded in disposing of without difficulty. The whole receipts amounted to nearly $."10", they divided Between them. Time passed and . Fitch did not come Home much to the a a a Rise of i despairing wife whom he Lead left behind with two Chil Dren nor could she gain any information of Hairfi after . A a Sidall parted Willii him at new off Leano to return. 4 it is True the wife a Oon after the arrival in . Kendall received a paper contain Fol an annoy Keement of the de Atli of a . A top killed in a gaming Saloon who bailed from t in Cannati but still hop whispered that it could not be her husband and yet he came not. A few months Over a year flew Over her head and then a he gave up that her departed one must be lost. She had been addressed by another and frequently import Ned to marry and her Condi tery True.fools never think Providence Medd a a with their affairs till they see the sheriff after the in. Sic a we always set Down of a visitation of divine goodness. Our health we attribute to some Cobbler who makes water proof Boot. Taking rare of a child.a lady consoling her neighbor for the loss of her Sou was answered in tears 4 if Bill s grandmother is in heaven 1 know she wont a a Billy a Mammoth Rotten Mil has just been erected in Manchester new Hampshire. It is 100 feet Long a if six store a High built of Brick. A Alex Vodri , the Fei i Loais f on account of one theatrical speculation has been Tiec Lared bankrupt by the Paris tribunal of Commerce. Change takes place in relation to any part of lit -oj1 in a a be none of the he.�, she Iel Iez i quot the new York Tribune publishes a Rumor of the Job a of the ship Emily from san Francisco for Panama die had on Board two Hundred returning california.�, All of whom except two. Are reported to be lost. They Are a Aid to be mostly Iron the Western states. 3tin the month of january there reached our City from various port one Hundred Ami Twenty two steamers Wio a aggregate tonnage was 23,9-12. Tire wharfage dues reached $1,-777 52, on the Harbor master a commission were $1 u l<5. There were Pat i into the City Treasury $l.fi70 I ltd. New Road Law.we Road Law provides for a county so per v isor with a Deputy in each township and that the Road tax is to be a a Aid in Cash and nut in work As heretofore. _ Bov Idof works legislated oct of offic e.we understand that a Law pay red subject matter of such statement in. 11. Intentional fraud in failing to comply substantially with Hie articles of incorporation in deceiving that Public India my is in mat Ion to their Means liabilities him a suit ii prison a court. Ami married. Well the Long am a Hurt of the mgt re Iouin by 1pple putter.. J. Pat Natter is that the Bride live very happily with , wife and two daughter of Williams her new husband until sunday night w Hen Wenj port. M i., a ave the Clear Pring Sentinel us a he legislature a few Day before its adjourn Brent vacating the offices of president Secretary and treasurer of Public ii works. And creating the offices of commissioner and Register instead. It is understood that Gen. Van Antwerp will be appointed commissioner and . Gillespie Prev ent treasurer Register. The. In 1 chop.fiom present appearances re shall Proba by hav e but a Small Supply of ice for the coming Sumi Oery a use. Within a Day two past a few persons have commenced gof i Trine it by catching tie larger cakes As they 4�t by Are blown from the Ojo a of Ite Shore. My Saiace in mix m.t.v.we copy the following from the Vav Tab reveille of the i3th january. �?�qashe3d in Tat Vav a Tab City min Eck to Kek it Liv Siri Arki v. To mis Vve mix tvs Law Beer ltd of maw a Koo a Bay naw Ibee Kaw it of to Tutti p.,. Minnesota. The a do i v a the fax i on this one Swu a�4 we promo Moi with the he olt a us warier of a Fine from time foregoing it would seem that there is some Choice even in dog meat. General ult corporation Law. The general Incorv orate on Law a passed at the Lateer a Iori of the legislature Vav ill be found a out columns this morning. suming that there is a general wish among the Public in All it part we have thought Vve could �?�1 occupy our a a a Ace More acceptably to our fear Era Titan by g v ing it in extensor. A a Evv e re gratified to Bear that . Leonard 8�wer�, who Foft Peoria two years ago for Cali Reid in to Home this to k to his friends had form by us a a a cd health. At the same time quot Are sorry to state a we Are informed that quot of 8. Waro it be Between St louts an a this 9�, a to 2.<kmi in Good a valuable watch and Shiva everal article of Jewelry.�?�Peoria press Tut Tai feb a elf.w< Are much obliged to Wood of the i i Buque Tribune for the follow no Frie. Fly allusion Totle Telegraph a Hetber tie notice be deserve 1 no we Are the let thankful for the Kindne of a tapped it a in ii set d j to the leasing Meneou raging Feal a 4 the times than the Tidlun c a lust Are being a by the press of the country. In every a a Orliva the in too the in enlarge a it in Lite Aad increase in Nuriben a been go a i jts steadily . In not it Rte Kjof the Paioa by quot a Batha Favorale a ban a tie a rang ltd i do a Hadly a in the want Arne we May a i i a a to a it a a Ronai a if the West Baa it taken tto be to a a a re marked degree i ban in log it Tom a year. A get it a ten Myers have been Somme Yeeu m Va-111� 4 the 8?ate. Lbs of the would do a a redid a Tad in the Fnu to rank of new a per Gertud a a a anywhere. With car designing it m imidh.u-, was a the Burlington Telegraph a of this cd Respondence of to. Rep Mican. He Ata it Price far rat Ihrer Wiur. To. A. com dual $15 bbl. 1-2 cent route la scarce pork 2 it per pounds scarce lard 5075 cent a mde scarce butter. 75 cent per Pound cents per dozen potatoes. F5 per a a a Bel Omo a a. Per a a 1 merchandise add i most it l us Par. Is Tanana a Kaleil with the Seal of j decl How get thereof to Fine and i a Aid Corpora a a a and All contracts to bind said j of to he di<�z 0f the. Learn that the new corporation a Ball be executed in Lake manner. A amt. 13. The a Tock of said company a Hall but transferable by endorsement on said certificates and a notice of such Transfer be served on the Secretary of a Aid Board whose duty it shall be to Register such Transfer. Art. 11. The boar a of directors shall have a a Ower at any time when in their judgment the exigencies of the company May demand it to require instalment to be paid in on a Aid a Tork. In a Uch sums a they May deem necessary not to exceed 25 cent at any one time having fir Given thirty a lays notice in some newspaper should walk into the presence of the a Loibl. I. Fitch him Iwu of course a so end frown the Glazin ensued but no damage was done. He then Gav j bitter a placed. Tie two former Are Conva a reason for his Loti avenge a on the Day to 1 Foje ent. B it the latter continue very sick. Ing eaten Apple butter impregnated with Poison frown the Crock in the inc by lae emperor naj eau. A f Rench army haul nor equiv been Cut in Tiiu South of Spain Arul th�4 spirit of the people was to nil tape artices lit Iris . In the mean Titeca however i Poison Hin Deli a not Idle lit Dirce Stuj to no no a forces to a assemble in the Northern prov a rues of Spain an i leaving the conferences at , pass d a Polly through Paris and arrived about the Middle o november at \ Zetoria. He Immy Diu Tel set his immense armies in motion and they moving through the entire breadth of Spain in its Northern Portiin. Swept the Spanish forces before them like chair before the ital. On tin 5th of december he entered Madrid in person at the Hea l of seventy thousand men the Spanish Armit h. It go can entirely Anni i ted and no portion of the whole country a if ring the heroic City of Saragos a a. At this Point he gathered his forces and was preparing for a de seen Spoti the Southern provinces must have resulted in their entire subjugation. When i attention was suddenly called to the North of Spain. Ignorant of the utter dispersion of the Spanish armies and ctn Inu ally urged by tin British minister in Spain sir John Moore Hall Early in december advanced a far into country As Salamanca. Napoleon lad Beard of this at Madrid but Tco to dreaming that Moore could be ignorant of his Sucre a he presumed of i Sling wished that remarkable family. How she receive i the she a k May Vieli be imagined. Me did not murmur Sloe us a not complain she did not allow her Grid. To evaporate in tears site left the Soei a h Etc of civilized Man fore and hurrying Fly partook Young Friend a Eibes the Hwy mind Ful a his fathers order jew it. Wait As usual to hear one of the old Many a stories but a soon As he had seen Hun eat one muffin took his leave of him to return heme. As he went along by the canals then quite full for it october and the autumn Rains had swelled the wafers the boy now stooped to pick a ome bin is six Mother loved a Well and now in child a gaiety hummed a merry song. The mid gradually weave solitary and neither the joyous Shont of villager returning to his cottage nor the rough voice of the raft4r, grumbling at i his Lazy horses was any longer heard. Hat the. A the Little fellow now perceived j no thu a sucker the of a Bur jog mtg of he ,.r a a a no get. Leu cd a Kut a a a Lac in from a to of the wild arabs and pitched her t. It As a Sov a reign Princess on my. Lebat.on.her own end was peculiarly appropriate to the rest of this sad a tory. Almost worshipped during her life she was at her death deserted by her Arab servants who plundered her House before they left her j Ati i was at last indebted for a decent to those europeans whose society she had denounce i. Like her illustrious Lov surrounding her. Age and he a nuked up it dismay.the right was falling not How Ever a dark Winter night but one off those Beautiful Clear Moonlight night in every Objeeg i perceptible though Tut As distinctly As by Day. The chill thought Oto his father of his injunction and was preparing quit the Ravine in he was almost buried to regain the Beach when Stidd Clr a slight not so Tike Cwa buried ill by Atchez Vado the. Riel next a a upon bbl. A. Night. It May not lie uninteresting to our lady readers to know that by the these extraordinary lovers were every Way fitted to Cut a figure in Romance. Lady hcs Ter even in old age is describe a retaining the traces of great Beauty and a sir John Moore is represented to have been one of the handsomest men in Europe of his Day. His person was tall Graceful and Well shaped his face Manly and striking w Ith a Mouth of exquisite shape and expression and a a Lark Eye rivalled that of an Eagle in its glance. a the turning of a card. A Friend narrated to us a a Lay two since at anecdote of Early times in West Tennessee we will attempt to re-cours1, that lie would re Traci into Poilu i quot a a at hrs a �?T1 lo5m? of Kwof hide Iee. Cui and a a gain i hip., were by i a a a mph deity of i. Turra Tracten i attention. 1 be w As no a one of the Large sluices Ami he now Randw Lar examines it and la a a it a Dis covers a Hoh in the Wood through the wat eff was flowing. With the in perception every child in in it Llyn a would Bave the boy saw the water must soon enlarge the Hole through it was now Only dropping and that utter and general ruin would Lee the con a pie Nee a get the inundation of the country must follow. To see to throw away the Flowers to climb from Stone to Stone till he reached the Hole Ami put i Finger into it was the work of a moment and to his Delight he find that he has succeeded in stumping the flow of the water. Thi is All very Well for a Little while and the chill thought Only of the Success but the night was closing ing at Lisbon. While he was preparing to proceed to the South he received a communication from. Marshal Soult who v. Us us Carrion with slut twelve thousand men that the British army in it Tea ltd of retreating. H us advanced and that he expected to be assailed a his position by a Force More than double As Large As his of n. Flt in fact Al Ter he destruction of the spam taken the bold Steps of advancing into sgt Ain turning Napoleons attention upon himself and by drawing him off Fri the Southern prov .co�, give to a the spaniards time to arouse from the Shock and again Tive. Some eighteen Twenty years since a Well known resident of Tipton county was put on trial charged with the murder of his wife. As usual in Sneh cases popular feeling was largely against him in and a with the night fir the cold. The Little boy looked around in vain. No one came. He shouted he rolled met ily no one answered. He resolved to stay there ail night but alas i tie it by was becoming every moment More biting and the a Finger fixed in the Hole began to feel de to the hand and thence throughout the whole Arm. The pain became a till greater still harder to War but still the boy moved not. Tears Rodeo Down his Cheeky As he thought of his father of his Mother of his Little bed w Here he ought be now any person who has Mustaine injury from Synhi j of Money for i produce in new frat id May also recover damages a Here for ,.ans be went to on of the gambling hell and those guilty of participating in such fraud. 1 Jagt St All a Hippell on the following Day for Cali j j31�?� there is a Aid to be at this time 22,000 uni ltd of partic Ipoung in stick Grauu. �0#t Ai a hipped a on the following a Lay torah t Miles of Telnet Raph in open Tom in the United Sec. 15. The diversion of the funds of the i Ornia with no fixed purpose. Went into the Era state 12,000on the a Morse principle and a but con ration to a dlr object than those intent in ii a for 0f Cait Sitter until the Gold lever broke 10,�?�tl on the House and principle. in to Weir articles and in the notice a Mhli hed when a be left for the mines succeeded in i Teh Raph now extend tron Halifax to 7 a Afore said provide any a a Erson be there a a gathering about $7,000 in dust w Ith he Orleans and As far we it As in Buque Iowa. Ividene a arts it Al for san Francisco where he est Blishel a a. The new injured an a the payment a a leave Iii i Lucient Lundie to us it the liabilities the corporation shall of dec cd Uch rapid Fri As will subject those therein concerned to the penalties of the preceding Al action. An a such Divi in the hands of Indi. Of no f k Den a their equivalents in the hands of mud As May be published in Burlington that such j a a a Lia stockholders shall be subject to said payment is required and upon default of any stockholder to make payment As required said amount with interest May be recovered in a suitto be brought by a Aid corporation his Stock Mav of forfeited by order of the Board and become the property of the company. Art. 15. The private property of the a Fock i holders shall be exempted from liability for the debts of the corporation As provided for in dec Tion sixth of the statute of Iowa above refer ret the foregoing articles of association be entered on the books a Hall contain the it ibo script Ion for shares in said capital Stock and said books a Ball be opened at the following places and under tie a lira action of the follow ing person Virginia Grove.joshua Marshall and Geo. A. Clymer and Oliver lived yesterday Els were loaded Kevy. Franklin township. Hail. Flint River township.John Ripley. Burlington.a. Vav. Carpenter and John g. Foote. The Charleston courier of the 1 Fth inst. Says in the Baltimore papers receive mail we perceive that nine vessel for this port. The papers of the preceding Day announced the arrival of four from Charleston. The Trade Between Baltimore Ami this port has recently increased to an extent that will Surprise those whose attention has not been previously called to the subject. I Lauk Hoad veer lug. At a in ting of the stockholders of tac Burlington and Virginia Grove Plank Road company. Called i by those opening the books Hel l on Friday the 7th a Lav off Briary. In��., at Irie Stone m eting Uoo be near Dodge Rilie. The meeting was organized by calling James l. Gilmore Esq., to the chair and the appointment of a. M Mici Ivee sett try. The of Jet of the meeting was stated by the chair when an in Talent of five per cent on the live thousand Dollar sub Crilo etl was called for by let a cd a Iima in a Roaer a a a a of cited to open the a of it a was promptly paid in. An election was then for officers of said company with the following result Oliver Hall president Archibald m Michael treasurer and Joshua Marshall clip in Jar i. I tac Kizer a. 1 Lezekiah Archer director for one year. Ordered that the proceeding of this meeting be published in the Burlington a apers. On motion a he meeting adjourned to die. J Ames l. Gilmore chairman. A. M Michiael Secretary. A sad cast i i a a a at a tory in relation to . W. If. Bradford a member elect of the House of representatives Plymouth. While split tii g Wood the axe glanced an a Cut a a Geregash in tii , him unable to go out. The first of Laa Ai it Ait lib a Milf Irful. If liabilities. Sec. Ftp. Dividends by insurance companies made in Good a Faith before their knowledge of the Hap vening of actual to -. Are not int.-nde�. A a be prevented punished by the provisions it it i the ii receding Section i Sec. 17. A failure to comply substantially 1 with the foregoing requisition i relation to organization and publicity a Hall rentier the in uni property of All the Stockh ohlers liable quot fur the corporate a lets. Sec. 18. Either such failure the practice of Frau i in the manner herein before mention., Hal c future of All the privileges Hen i by conferred and the court May proceed to wind up the of the corporation a an info Fri. Ton in the manner prescribed by Law. I Sec. 19. The intentional keeping of f�1 the first hotel that was opened in that a Dace. Fortune poured in upon him. And hot concluded to return Home Ami he did a Yve have a Fattel with a pocket full of re a a a. A the Romance is to come. A proffered to take her again a a wife and also the Littig youngster she had by her cd and husband to. Which she consented in a a a a Ite of All remonstrance. As her last marriage was not tie next Day Esq. Taylor was called in and a j granting the right of Way 1 fur tin a a a / time i a wed a k a Man a Jtb in lands to the states Cut j and his Rife who had been separate for a term i of year. They will return in a few a lavs for Tjw Otlie steamship Britania a at length been a old by the directors of the great Western steams in company to . Patterson the a n intent ship builder of Bristol. England for the sum of c18.hhh being about tin seventh part i \ other original Cost. To Road from Lou sri Ito Alton and St. It a the Senate on the 25th ult., the Bill and a donation of j of Louisiana missis Uji Ilinska a Al Indian to Aid in hit construe 111, of a Railroad frown Madisonville Louisiana i Al the eloquence ingenuity m i and theism life a sgt a ext Tel counsel were required to make any in had Learned the part Sion in his favor upon a jury , Nih armies Hall however impartial it might desire to be in the consciousness of sworn duty could not but see the Waves of popular prejudice surging in upon it. The use was ably argued. The counsel for the defence sleeping so soundly but still the Little made most vigorous and impassioned a Ferow a Tir Ednot for he knew that did he prepare for a defence of their i depend pcj1 l a the remove the Small slender Finger he he proposed further to Napoleon Jar it a an a a retired to make their ver had of Jyz de to the escape of the water a 4 diet a to me pase a and a to get scots no a not Only would he himself he drowned in warned 11 of the approaching night blot a us father his hot the brother his the Large throng in attendance the Julge j neighbors nay the whole Village. We counsel Etc., retired All anxious the at in inv no it w hat faltering of purpose what used not the least so. To learn the ver momentary failure of courage there might diet of the jury and some wondering have during the lung and terrible that the jury hesitate Ilford Une moment to a no Jet of j h it certain it is that at try break Brit of ill a verdict of guilty. A. A the same Namfai no Sifton. Knee. A dance through the province of Galicia to embark at Corunna and to convey i army to the South of Spain. The French Enqu Eror did not hesitate a moment to relinquish his de Ign upon the South. He wrote instantly to Soult to receive the attack of Moore a and to a ctr at carrying him As far into the Interior a possible so that he might get a lira Between two other Frerck i armies while Soult was in front and lie himself was advancing to close up the rear and Cut him off completely from bring in a verdict of guilty. J a found in the same painful position i in the meantime the jury had come to a a Csc Ruvman returning from attendance a Point beyond they wild Prog of heat died who As he advanced thou to he heard groans and i lending Over Tho the # Ress no further.the appeals of the counsel of the Del uce had not been without their full hence Ami the jury stood tin Waii Foruria. 81 Range things happen Occam Soball wu0 Jackson my i quot a it i and a from Louisville in ibis Busy w Kentucky to a Point opposite St. Folt a m a Orni i i mount Carmel and it Vav Albany in Hon err sad Muir. Dian i and Alton Illinois Watak a up read . �, Jan. 2. F Jap to rare a a a a a i. It dry up. A nov us it Coroner Rullis an Iii Piet on the bottle in jj1f a up stat Ivry of tie several state in of sirah Sharp and John Everett in inn ii. J a a Thi it work whether it is passed at Everett was i brother in Law of mi.marp the a resent �e� Rep. And for several years had had illicit Intercourse a 1 a a mail by the Naudic of Edward had a ,-acco�nt from Washington i army a Imao. In of ltd a a �?�4� for in motion. So Eger a Kano can to Ami Metal. Smell eng a i to to Lorn in grasp the prize a hat in Tho Mida of a Vio >?4 Law e1 a ?o�?o1�?o�?o�?o a quot to Lent St it of Snow rain and Slect Over roads almost impassible lie urged Forward fifty Ali Busund men with two Hundred pieces of Cannon so Raluy that they a i set Over the ground at the rate of Twenty five Miles a Day. The suffering was of course immense and great numbers died of cold and fatigue but tie so hikers did not Mur be together for a t ight and a Cep. I ird appeared mysteriously from the Depths of sundry Large pockets and exercises in seven up and poker were zealously commenced. About Midnight one of the number col. P., proposed that they should play a game of seven up the result to deckle the. A i. A. In. 1 a.i , a a hich f say that the Secretary of the Treasury a Evi at counts by any corporation w hereby lately become in Muu with m it four Case of the cup Rita ii i Alou a on int Jmari of Loyt my. Me. C mar. For a a their might Leader on a quot of a propolis a Motily and any a n �.a urn Al. Is a Misdemeanour on tiie a a Ait of those concerned therein and any Pei a a re s i i he presumed to he concern let therein w Host duty it a to set that the books am account a were correctly foot. . 21. I tie Transfer of share is not Van cd cot Between the parties thereto until it is gnarly entered on the books of the company so tar a to show the names of the person by and to a she m transferred Tho Numor other do a i quot ii at on of the shares and the i it of Transfer hut a Uch Transfer it Liah not in by w the person persons Majuig sue j Transfer from any liability liabilities of said corporation were created armr to a such i Tran for. The by it it Kwof the company must be set a i a to show intelligibly the original Stork holders the re a it Active int Ere the amount he a paid in on their shares and All transfers thereof and such Book a Correct so far a the items mentioned in Hail be subject to copy the i ltd this Section tie concerned the inspection of any desiring the same. Sec. 21. Any corp tuition organized a temp a a 1� be organic d Iri accordance with the provision of tin chapter he a cease to Exi by the nonuser of it franchises for two year at Liiv one to.i., but such body halt not to 5� franc Hies Yrea on of it c�mi.on to Civet a a Rte Cert to hold Rosei Inge at any tune prescribed by the by Law provided a Uch act he done within two years of the time appointed therefor. Sic. 22. Corporations Olio a Charters expire by their own limitation by the voluntary act of the clock Holder. May nevertheless Couline to act for tie in Urf Gnu a of Wii Komg up the in a Cerns but for no other purpose evidence is that he urn a Enell a Jack knife and proceeded to the re Tidence of . Campbell where lbs Sharp and Edward were. Everett waited on Foide to see if Edward and lbs Sharp were intimate. About 8 of clock lbs Sharp want out at the do a and a minute alter a a Cream was heard w Hen Campbell Edwards went out and found i Sharp a Throat Cut from ear to ear and Everett in the same condition. Everett was about 14 years of Are miss Sharp about 3<h la Tennessee Furui Nhes a bloc of Marble tor ill Wabington Monument with the of bowing inscription a Tenne a see the Lederail in Iii a it must be Loi i Vilm. Jan. 31. New 1 i , Jan. 2 in h been i Eov 1 that tie paving Teller of the Bank of Louisiana is a defaulter to the amount of it . A4 year and accounts from Boston How a Mug a Lini from tl�4 Steriu shop in igra to the amount of five ten thousand Ollai. Ami that the vessel had been Ze by the collector an t held in la a fronds. The can reported Totle Treasury department Are not so much direct a Mug gig. As Frau a under the system a it of duties u l j cd Louuis. _ w a Nix a Tov Jan. 28. From private a vices received by Ian to night s t mail from Calib Mia it is a tvs i that t of. Fremont Schance for re election to t a Senate in very slim an that . Wethered of a a a formerly of Baltimore will most Likely be has successor. La kit marching through the impassible Road at their head defying wind and weather occasionally stopping and seizing hand Pike to prize the Guu out of he deep mud. And doing himself the duty of a a Lozen Fco tuers. Urged by his fiery unanimously agreed All Sotriou Nurs. And the whole Crown collected a Puipui col. P., and his opponent w to proceeded to the game it a was staked a human life. Col. Played to save the accused. His oppose it played and quite As Zeal Zeal a he pushed Lemur i without Hall a us for it a conviction the. Up.,in. And arrived just in time to find that they mixed the prize by twelve hours backers five and five Stomi behind them Envoi tragic a the champions an i w Matching Dyke discovered s child seated on a it Oft writhing from pin and with Pale in act and tearful eve. 44ln the name off he exclaimed a dial Are you doing there a i am hindering the water from running out a a the answer in perfect simplicity of the child who during the whole Light had been evincing such heroic fortitude and undaunted courage. # the Muse ltd his to try too often i find to True glory. La As Jian ded to Post wily a Warrior the a destroyer Oto thousands of his Ferow Ian but she has left us in ignorance of the name of this real Uuie hero of Haarlem. Womb is a the feel Witcher. A a nun who had struggled with a malignant disease approached the a rises on w hich his life seemed to depend. A amp to uninterrupted sleep might to wet Bis recover. His anxious wife scarcely Able of a jul Vav Trewin a Brouna him. A. Retro Rae Wilh a a a a a quoth Hejl it i i Lead left her the game proceeded with very equal null a Al for i via i a rain Road to the w Olp a their Cost the Money is b tier Laid out than in Wir. ¿.�?-according to a work mently >�iws.h�d in Loudon were in operation at the com met Cement of it of in fill Verit a Art a if the lust. A to. A i length of is �.a Miles a of railway. Nne i every Man of the jury joined in a shout Waluch startled tie whole Village next a a it Ato Umit gibe a total length it in a a Mie of railway ii4 inn ii Irv in it i is Iti Piso Eli it i invt Conion a a Wir Vul. A a i 11,. Ifa. It x.� 0,1 a capital of to 5�7j in it it Tiu Xiii i he ban Offert a res arc of t f veil a a Ici it Chi tue been no Tauv exit emed. For he a prehension. Pitts Nobori Jan.27th. Great fibe.the Bridge that .l tha alleges no was set on tire in to totally dc4r>ycd. It cos s�ki.m insured tor $5u.<�m. in two other attempts were made to set fire to other buildings. .v. In. Dwight a singular is a Timateo a that Pei ther4 were at tim a ame the Boston in Ost a take that the late Sereno e. Dpi see. 23. Nothing herein contained exempts a a Tua epoch in pro it Greys of construct Naiu Tihor a of 7.829 mile the Cost of when completed would be i t 15,750,00� Ink. Thu when these Lauer Hue shall been brought into operation the population of Europe and the United 8fate will have completed within the period of less than a qua for of a Cei turn 25,4.85 Miles of railway that is to say. A greater length this would completely. R la a Arrom the i ohm at of , Dwight d. D., who do eel recently # Ier. $2, l h ,0ta a. To accomplish this a i Penikis the a took Holder of any corporation Rioin my ii j via Luai liability to the amount of the unpaid a Stalmen on the Stock owne i by them Tran termed by the for tie a it of a Tetrau ting i creditors and an execute us against the company to Itiat extent he Leviti upon such private had for Many years lived the life a it of Init in new York City shunning Obi dec Quanta of a and a a King pain to keep i bulging Sec re ii. Vav a Al.1.Etc t with a Alt , anvi44 with the treachery of mankiml.o work human Industry Trust have appropriated a Oit of its annual having jc2ujmkmsto 3l.i.ofto,-Dheustcd <�?T9 Peryy for the two by five successive year. Mav property of air a individual. In tone of the Ca is cd it Etna Sec. 24 in thie chapter cantle i irate pro a a a it of the. Stockholders be vied upon for Tio payment of 1 while corporate property ran t7t. L honest yet curious pension.some judge in mortality at sea.the British ship Arabia York be other Lay deep led that a in Cir from Liverpool arrived at new York quaran Pahy doctor was not Fhy Skaiaa. An actor in the Tine on monday morning of last week after a Pra a a a a a. Re fue l to Wing because he was not passage of nearly scr my Days. She a a i on the physician of the establishment Deci Hoard two Hundred pay engers thirty of whom Ira a ick with ship Over. Twelve died of the $1 per bus Frfd cabbage 7. 2 jul to 3uu per Pear May Rety upon the correctness of the list of prices. A a a a a great Scarcity of of text for annuals a fas country ref Allt it of tire Stock that has m Boston paper in a of halt a million Orat tool i peeks. This it be in. Is Many the fashionable Matt rial for th4 after dinner the Large hotel. Quills Are ohi.v%< feb the Fate trains win starve inevitably. I a a the hardest Winter expert tired for Many a the let country for j amu4i a a it. T. Pro mrry it a a a a a a a a beast to Sufon that Uncle Ham has i of hot # i Sifoer and gom were Long ago vote i i a costs of Sich a proceed to provide for. Tot Vul a. 11 quot quot v re it four a no Yea Lance there May alter disposing of the coif to Pion erty accor i Ding to us stage of the cause but if a a a a quot a if property has been a a a a a contemplated of the Bank of to Luisiana is a defaulter to the amount of it a it it. He is a so Nof my a a up Poe to have committed a Neide. The Bank i a a offered a Reward of $5 for his apr in Deli that he was not ill. Then the Man suet for i salary the testimony of our Friend was brought in but the judge decide that his opinion to invalid because he was n a physician. Judge daily has a uce decision and place Home Pathy on its leg lie decides that they Are physicians. Cd Ood Law a tobacco lovers look ont a a clerk w a recently dismissed from a fancy store in new Orleans because he a key a a Cigar. He has i a Eon met for six month with his pin vet. Ami brought a suit to recover wages for the whole time of i engagement. The trial took place of the the ult., and the a gave a ver tit in favor of the defendant expressing the opinion that the Cau a of the i. Ike a Dmn a. A a was a sufficient one in View of the nature of the establish no us Sioa. Z3t keep a Sovereign at one�4� of a a air nue Ami half a Crown at the other. By so 1 a my. You prevent the rings falling off. Hall not proceeded far in Pursuit Belor he in called to Paris that Austria Hud taken advantage of his Spanish difficulties ,. To War upon Bia. And lev loft Tho Oon-1 quot j1� a a a a a a a a a a oct a t of the pursuing Force to us Zahl my in a a of w.quot a it 4"d Soult. The Ahu Tiou of str John Moore a ltd let a a a a a it a a a it was truly diver Chin the step he verdict of a not guilty. The jury Man who Leal taken Vav. applauded played Tow Una Kew qty Lor by marshal sgt ult. By the let Uke of by a Liu ten Aud by Napoleon himself All of whom pronounced it to be strictly in accordance with the Portno spies of War an precisely such As they would have taken themselves. But the wretched factions disgraced at that time look a very different View of it and their murmurs were echoed by their agents in Spain. Safe from All dangers themselves they continually upbraid cd and insulted the Noble minded Man who at the Ril of i life w us sustaining the Honor of his country. These things sunk deep into Moore a i added to the trouble he daily experience from his own troops who were completely demoralized made Hitu wish for death As a Happy release. It was nearer Tului he probably expected. On the 15th of january the English it was past Midnight my a door was opened for air she heard in turn a stillness of the night a window open quilted j below stairs and soon alter approx dog t oots trp. A moment More a min w Ith his face disguised entered the ruotr., she1� instantly saw her husband a danger and 5 Antici kiting the design of the unwelcome intruder she pointed to her husband and j pressing her Finger to her lip to implore silence held out to Tive robber her purse life a till lives a much re peered citizen s. To her Surprise he took Neith of his District. One of the counsel is a m Hether he was Charm Verv did Tiu Guin hed member of the Mem i courage of her affection cannot Phis bar Aud the accused has As we be u known he left the re a in and w a thou Sieve gone to a higher court but neither 1 Twining a House by such strength off them nor any of the assemblage nor >1 affection he departed. Effects mvsztxo.-Tiro children terrified to teeth.about three the court who marvelled at the verdict eighteen year ago have Ever known that a human life was Savell by turning Trtek there Are some curious episodes in the history of our Early settlements but who we it Ulm i think of venturing life upon turning j a a a Memphis Eagle. Week since two children Belu gag to a Man Nam ltd Brown formerly % waiter at the lobe hotel sex Mouth. Fug and. The one four arum the other a few years older were sent by their Mother who keep a mangle a was woman after a Basket off he War. A i softy Yvo Dumoit. Clothes and were met by Sony a boy a no to wore a flashy Wau coat on the night of whom had on a must hide a a mask we first met with a famous pair of who it Tho boy seeing the evil Iron frightened kers Ami Imperial of Jet. His hair had All ran after them repented some Nebo Rush the haughtiness his voice the Manly tone frightened them More and Havir of a gentleman Worth forty the misarus do followed them until Thev turned Tho Lars Alt Lus own. I saw Hisiu but a mgt ner of the Street termed Hie a. A in the in in m january Iau it a a a a it. Us cum a stat ner of the Street transferred the mall la came in sight of Corunna and of their Fleet 1 meat yet Mcphink 1 him now with another boy who managed to Euzera a Eon Riding in the Bay. They seut off All their a very flashy Waistcoat and a Beaver on Tael with the poor Elu Idron w to Retura Cri barrage and encumbrance during Tho bight his brow. And once again i saw that he it me instantly. When their Street transferred the o m hag Goge and encumbrance during the night his brow. And once again i saw that Home instantly when their Parent sesh nil in the morning of the Stith and stood brow no neat Beaver a there but a ing them so Pale Ami trembling very Meh read drawn up for Utle in Strong array shocking had in was his hat. And matted Imp Bod what Tho matter was Wijdi Thev in front of cur Una. Was his hair lie wore a Brick within \ planned As Well As they cmdr re they were attacked about two of clock his lot the change to All Complete Axl 1 Shock however was so great a hat they brr in the evening by Soult and a desperate he was flanked by constables who March recovered it their health combat ensued. # Bim up the Street. I saw him but a the one died Throe weeks after wad a sir John Moore was leading the 42d moment yet methinks i be him nov. A ther died on wednesday last cd regiment a of lers to tie charge he was struck he a can twi it on i left breast. The a lock threw him from i Chi Rel a ii a. Worthy of a a a. 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