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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 25, 1851, Burlington, Iowa A family newspaper Neutral in politics and devoted to literature science Commerce. Agriculture the Mechanic arts. And the general news of the Day. By Morgan amp , Iowa saturday january 25, 1851 Voi. 1�?no. 25. Tri weekly telex a 111. t a in ism a amp Tyk Citi zeus or Keoki r -6� Anil Empire Lee generally Attenni to Jour in Terni by Are rut the court a a Ltd in the it Ity of Kuckuk Thip Ere Tibig january 14th, at 7 o cd Iek p. the a a old democratic of w at his old tried again. Parl Aston Aad usim count Plank Road. Fat coders arid that the people residing on the tem Natol route of this Road have succeeded ref Tel us and orally believed that col C. Viall. Who a frequently by i Noliti a subscriptions to the amount of some Rev been detected in Pekin water Ltd Bihli Suisi and upwards towards the requisite a jct tit necessary to be raised in of Ler to ensure the orr"7-1 �?T00 company and the sub guest and speedy construction of the Road. A cording to the article of association adopt or this company it is required that $1k,<mi it it of the capital Stock shall be subscribed prior to their permanent organization and the preset subscribers who have manifested the most Praise Orth Zeal in the Success of this undertaking. A i abundantly shown in the liberality 0f their subscriptions now apr Al to the people of Burlington to show a corresponding appreciation of the importance of this Enterprise by extending their Aid and subscriptions to the Stock. We regard the construction of this Road As of the greatest importance to our City. It is Well known that the town of Muscatine which we regard As a much More dangerous rival to our Eity t4an re other is and has been making Strong efforts to attract a portion of the Trade of that Region of country South of the Iowa River which formerly was in great measure depending on Burlington. We Are Al of advised that Well directed efforts Are being made to ensure the completion of a Plank Road at an Early Day from Wapello to port Louisa on the Mississippi a distance of Oaly six Miles which when completed will afford the Farmers of Louisa county As Well As a great part of Washington and a portion even of Des Moines a considerably Shorter outlet for their surplus products to a Point on the River than they Are now compelled to haul it in bringing it to our City. In View therefore of the importance of not Only retaining the Trade we now have hut of opening up channels of communication with the Interior by which it May be greatly augmented we think it behoves the people of Burlington to be up and doing let Ere while they Wake up and find the surplus products of a Large and growing scope of country flowing into other channels to increase the wealth and population of other and rival towns. The Utility of Plank roads does not at this Day need to he discussed. Their great usefulness and Genera adaptation to the wants of such a country As ours Are no longer questions tor argument. They Are emphatically As has been aptly said the4 Farmers Kail roads a and besides the comparatively greater ease of their construction on the score of cheapness they Sene All the purposes of opening up and developing the resources of a country circumscribed within reasonable limits that railways would. They have the same into Deuce in enhancing the value of All lands and other property rendered accessible by their construction Are followed same sults in settling up and peopling the country through which they pass and contribute just As much to the building up of towns As railways w oulds arid All this at less than one fourth of the exp sense. It is important to the interests of every property owner and business Man in our City that valuable and constantly increasing Trade of a Large scope of country South of the Iowa River which we Are in imminent danger of losing should he secured to us. This object we believe can be effected in no other Way so Well As in the establishing of a Means of transportation and cute Rouse which would be at All times acce sible and furnish an easy and cheap outlet to the Farmer for his products. That a Plank Road running from Burlington by Way of Dodgeville and Virginia a Rove to Columbus City or the North East Corner of Washington county would accomplish this object enhance the Lalue of every acre of land on the route one Hundred per rent and at the ame time remunerate the subscribers to the Stock by the profits of the Road we look upon As a a fixed and we apr Eal to the people of Burlington in the confident Hoje that they have sufficient Enterprise and foresight to cause them to show some tangible evidence of their appreciation of the importance of this under fucking. To nerd at do by tour. A in the evening of the 11th inst., Arnold Haerlin druggist of Dubuque threw a Quan tit of t Teal and acid into the face of or. J. Ii. To Mger a family grocer and a Quantity of the same not heated into the Fere of a youth by the name of Strasser clerk for thedinger. All packing shoulder has taken a conditional fee the Eity Ltd of Burlington of $2500, to procure tha Parage Iff Law which in effect clones trip door against any and All internal improvement in this Fate by Inak ing the private property of All stockholders liable to the total amount of a took of tie whole Public a Nacri a a old . The foregoing is a copy of a Handbill recently published and circulated at Keo Kuit. In this slate. We cannot but think that the 4 game cock a is hard up for something to a a splutter about when it resorts to such expedients. The whole City of Burlington is Here represented As not Only advocating the individual liability clause but As employing a lobby member at a Price sufficient to buy nearly All the lawyers in Keokuk to visit Iowa City and press the measure upon the legislature we should regret to think that Many sensible and respectable citizens of kit Okuka had taken any part in this ridiculous farce. The entire press of this City the whole of our population and the City Council in particular have been unanimous in their efforts to prevent the adoption of the absurd provision Here alluded to. If the chops of Keokuk got up this affair merely for the purpose of making a Little a fun a and in order to drive away the 44 blues a we Ray excuse it a we would any other Effort to lighten the cares of life by pretending to treat their realities As so Many excellent jokes. But As a serious Effort of arouse the dormant energies of the a game cock a or to Coin a Little bogus capital against Burlington it is certainly unworthy of the character and talents of which Keokuk May justly boast. It is of course utterly false that the City of Burlington or even a single Man in it Ever authorized or. Hall to advocate in any place the adoption of the individual liability clause. What he did say. Was said 4on his own Hook a and we understand from Hirn that he urged Only the adoption of a provision making Slock liable for the debts of a company the debts to he limited to the amount of the Stock. With the political hearing of the Call quoted we have nothing to do nor with the purposes which prompted the Allu a ions to or. Hall. But now that the matter is up. And As we have before us the proceeding of them which was convened in accordance with this Call we will give one of the resolutions of the old democracy a and leave to the Public everywhere to judge of the Progress a of 44 libera principles a in the Empire county resolver. That corporation for the construction of Railroad Plank roads canal and Slack wafer a in Liru vement. Should be chartered under the Moat Liberal Law with pro it or restrictions provided always that each stockholder in any Eom by shall 1k held liable for the amount of i interest or Stock in the company Asir Volt Kesh a that interest or Stock at its in a valve. We do not quote the above to find fault with it but merely to show our neighbors that in the matter of liberality and of offering encouragement to companies for improvement purposes they Are behind rather than ahead of the Public of this Vicinity. The latter clause of their Resolution is a step farther in the Way of restrictions than has Ever been urged in this Quarter and Mells to us As a somewhat 44 older democracy a than we have met with lately. The 4�?� game cock has proved too much for its Case on this occasion and we Are half Way impressed with the opinion that it is Labouring under a sudden attack of the a a Kuril he ill Stert Market. The butchers of this City Are now paying 3 a 3j for beef on the Hoof and state that prices an advancing. Hogs 3. Sheep $1,00 u 1,75 per head. Pop Latiok or St. learn from the Anzinger Des westerns that the population of St. Louis proper is 77,716, and of the suburbs 5,028, making in All 82,7 u. The German population of the City is set Down at 22,000, and of suburbs and county at 13,000, making total German population of St. Louis county 35,000. A Mango Mexico aug. 13, 1850. Died at Camargo Mexico aug. 3rd, �850, with congestive lever or. Wesley Kerger. Aged 29 years. He emigrated there from Indiana in 1839 accompanied the Santa be expedition in 2� 10 was a prisoner in Mexico 13 months when liberated returned to Houston Texas where he engaged in the saddling business until 1810, w Hen he again entered the Field of Battle in defence of his country. He has been for the last two years extensively engaged in the mercantile business in Paris Mexico. He was on business to this place and took sick on the 1st Day of August arid died on the 3rd. He was universally beloved in his Circle of acquaint an of a or the Telegraph. Private in corporations their rights considered. Or. Editor believing that 1 ran write a few words upon the subject of general incorporation Laws without int ringing upon your neutrality i set about the task. The Constitution of Iowa prohibits the legislative Power from enacting any special Law creating private incorporation and requires Al Laws upon that subject to be general in their nature. W Hen the door is opened it is opened to every citizen alike. This is an important and salutary restriction and time will prove the truth of the assertion. The great question now agitated is in what manner can associated Power and Enterprise be brought into action for to this Power the state of Iowa has turned Over All great works of internal improvement and manufacturing which require combined and associated capital and exertion. It is contended on the one hand that we should pass Quot Liberal Quot and encouraging Laws and by a species of governmental Bounty induce these associations to engage in the great work. To Many Laver will Puzzle a it Laid. Young Maria bad lovers so Many that she hardly knew on which to decide they All a poke sincerely and a pc in incl to be All worthy of such a a Weet Bride in the morning head Glt a in with William then the nut a would the spent with Young Harry the evening with Tom so among All the men f be never Ouakil Tell which to j Leigh to 1 in a too Many lovers will up Isle a maid. Now w Illiam grew jealous and so went away and Harry gut tired of wooing an it it it to having teamed her to fix on the it Lav received but a frown for so doing so among All her Lover quite left in the lurch she pined every night on her Pillow and meeting one Day a a a air going to Church turned away and died a Willow Leigh to in a afraid Tio Many Lover will Puzzle a maid. Execution of pro in act Wilk priest a Ora blotto up Man. Air dolls of Bishop bad Ccu a. Lianto at Peoria. Ii Fnu sow Thixon novel his Elera Tiam in j the ladies repository give some new on wednesday last the 15th instant the or and his plunge in the . And very interesting anecdote of Fiu the sentence of the Law was carried into a a one of Ike Dilores of the new very cutting tucked methodist divine effect on the persons of Thise two tonne i Orleans Crescent who was on the. Ngo j he was one of the most remarkable men then for the murder of or. the to Rubrn and reported killed by the sex that Ever our country tas produced and execution was to have taken place on the Losion that furnishes the follow every thing relative to his de will he read 20th december but a respite it is known j my account old a miraculous escape from with interest. Death. Aider giving a narrative of the the exp a from a for it Eye ral excursion and stating that he was on the years or. Bees Cunt labors were a a Hurricane deck he proceeds to say i the wild Aud unsettled frontiers of Vir or. Bigby one of the editors of the 1 Ginia Kentucky and Ohio. Hardship Delta and myself took the Only two and privations to which he was subjected her of people were in the cite variously j a tirs remaining unoccupied on the deck j on the circuits would have crushed the set estimated at from to Twenty thousand. Placed them his with its Back to the a i 0f any Ordinary Man. He frequently among whom were Many women and Chil j until the 15th january was humanely Al a Lowed them by the governor in order that they might a better prepare themselves for their final the weather was pm a unt. Though Cloudy and a Large num Dren and although there was a larger it of Temey a minister Meni Olenti in than on the 20th Ultimo. United states to Russia Lus recent la it there was no disposition manifested by the or . Neil s. Brown of from the t written a letter to his Friend at Home. He says that Liev in issoeiat., or or noria1 tt0 the ,3th a is 1 wins presented to learn to trample upon the Law or insult mat they in associated or corporate capacity the emperor Empress and other members of ,5 a should have rights and immunities which the Hie Imperial family. The ceremony took Pace 1 e Sci i nos of the prisoners who were individual citizen could in no manner possess at Peter Hoof some Miles i taut where about to suffer the penalty for the awful an i thus by elevating a company of individuals the emperors Palace is situate. There was crime which they had committed. The above the individual citizen drive or persuade less formality than i expected. A speech from err eaten to i nod order prevailed him to relinquish his individuality and do his the minister was dispensed with according to . A a business through a corporate association. If j custom Here and the whole ceremony Between an Tuere were any persons present i will not be denied that the most common and 1 the emperor and myself was a Mere Conversa Pond to acts of violence like that which natural Way of doing business of any kind is Tion of about minutes. He is a Fine looking disgraced our City on the 20th, the Good f. A Tich air tar to and we press a or onc4 we he regulations of our municipal authorities. And mama quite As Good a guaranty of superiority. He is Over six feet High Well. Of. A for the Fidelity of i engagements As his proper built with marked face and head and his Man i be i requisition a sufficient Chimney. It will lie seen at once that we seated ourselves immediately Over the monster boiler of the boat. We had been but a very few minutes had to travel forty mile a Day through solitary forests after the fatigue of such a journey deliver a Sermon. The country thro Tigh which or. I Sincic individual so far As we could engaged in conversation when a Jet of hot com a duty bid him was wild and vers a a i i. _ a 1 i. A a Era i a a Ai Extension to the Laws of Trade to Commerce and All the inferior traffic of the citizens of a state. This principle can never in improved upon it in planted upon the immutable Laws of our nature and the social system of Man is based upon it. This Universal principle of human action Ami Confidence should tie departed from with reluctance indeed strictly it should never be dispensed with. Can the Public i in eau the 1rhole Jie Ople become so deeply interested in any system or improvement that they ought to j our vessels Fin fix upon their Inifi Tatiom a principle bit will Bare for in the allow men to associate together and engage in j last. 1 Arn about As a it ii pleased a 1 sex business with less responsibility to the balance to be. Except 1 fear the business of the Mission of the citizens than they would have it acting will be lean. I would rather have As much As without associations should Twenty or a Hun i can do. I would not then have so Many a dred men when United be More favored than cant hours in which to cast my eyes Over the one Man the proposition in sustained upon Atlantic. 1 do not feel willing for >111 what i the single hypothesis that the individuals who have seen to bring my family Here 1 fear my form this corporate association have not the i children could not stand the climate. With Thi Parade ground drilling Liu troop ,. A a a a one Day there were 80,000 troops of All arms about 11 o clock the procession started under Parade and under the Eye of the emperor j from the jail followed a shelter shelter Quot by a Anim Mph Iamb Are Khz my it Nubia the crowd while the Hells were told. And the 1 Mateu state. There Lias not been Art. Zoning Merican ship Here since i arrived. A veral amp to proceeded to the place 0 execution. Causes exist for this. In the fir to place we buy the boy Rode �11 a Wagon dressed in White very Little from Russia some Sheet Iron Drill shrouds accompanied by their spiritual and Lute and Mil cloth make of the principal t and j he proper officers of the Law. What she used to buy from us directly is now 111 bought Inte mediately through great Britain. They were guarded of a Strong escort. 1 but Little inducement to come armed and equipped tor Effe Etire service n Fin they have to return in d to prevent the escape of the prisoners or to promptly suppress any exhibition of popular violence. George we observed As hero be by the office appeared to be in deep distress and seemed fully to realize his situation with i head Bent Down and his features of a ghastly palc Nch while Confidence in their associates to risk to air per View i think i shall ask leave to return Home Tom though Pale from confinement a next Spring or pc Rcd unmoved and with head erect look More the mails of the about on the crowd with characteristic steamship Ohio which reached Here on Satur indifference though both we understand Day last we received private dispatches of a professed to have received the consolations most important character from California which .z.z1 �-.i1. 1 1 l of Relmon a liar made Porrier use of the induce us to believe that it is and a been ,. 111 meditated for a Long time past by of the 1 Short respite extended a a them by our most influential and leading men of that new chief magistrate. Onal individual Faith in it management and destiny. They Are willing to Hazard a fixed amount of capital and if a loss occur which will frequently happen All beyond Thi must 1m borne by the unfortunate confidant and creditor of the association. The government must Grant this dispensation or All of tube improvements must cease and have an end. The alternative is presented if we take the constant declarations of this associate i influence a truth. The argument when stripped of it Sophis tries amounts to this. The individuals who engage in the Enterprise and who form the corporation Are unwilling to confide in and Trust themselves but they Are willing to obtain credit from the citizen and individual w to has no connection with the business and w to from i very position cannot have the information of a to ick hol Der and if the limited amount subscribed water accompanied by steam was forced j thinly Settle 1. The Forest were filed with out of the main pipe just aft the Chimney i ferocious w ild beasts. He w As once fell in a considerable Shower near us. I Fawd several Miles by a Large Panther 1 had not before noticed any thing of the which threatened at every moment to bound kind and thought it Verv strange. I was upon Kim and from w hich he was res just about remarking this to or. Bigby. Cue Jbv reaching just at Nightfall the when i was suddenly lifted High into the Cabin of a Scaler. At another time he air i know not to what distance. 1 have j had gone some distance from the House of a distinct rec collection of passing rather a Friend where he was stopping into the irregularly through the air enveloped it Forest and a lying quietly perusing a seemed to me by an impenetrable Cloud. By it a and unconscious of a a linger under there was a sufficient lapse of time forme the Broad spreading branches of a tree to have a distinct impression upon my when he heard a Man crying to him and mind that i was inevitably lost. In what position 1 entered the what telling him to lie still till he tired on the peril of his life. Quickly glancing his depth i went 1 have not the slightest idea. ,.ve j., the direction whence the voice pro Nyhen 1 arose to the surface 1 wiped the needed. He Law his Friend with his ride water from my face and endeavoured to elevated and pointing towards the Branch get a View of things about me which i is of the tree under which he waking was prevented from doing by the vapor of perfectly familiar with Back wools life steam which enveloped everything As a or. I Uscott knew that some terrible Arci Cloud. This however in a Short time Dent was hovering Over him and without disappeared and 1 then had a Clear Eon the Lea to a Eree Tahle motion of his Bod seption of my situation. I found myself he instantly turned his gaze upward when still in Possession of my sense and my he saw on the limb of a tree not More limb in Good working condition. I looked than Twenty feet above him a Majestic round As i thought in every direction gather we risking his Tail am jut re by and could Only discover that i was not far to leap upon him. This was a fearful from the Middle of the River Aud in the neighbourhood of some Twenty or thirty others who seemed to have been thrown into the River somewhat in a Heap they moment what nerve it required to retain his self Possession and thus save his life for the least motion on the part of or. Bos com would have hastened state to organize an expedition of american an Ltd proceed to that portion of Mexico known a lower California with the View of a in Ting Hie people of that territory in declaring their ind pet Here of the Central government and afterwards seeking incorporation with this Republic in precisely the same manner a the american adventurers in Texas acted Thi intelligence is derived from Uch sources a place its Reliance almost beyond doubt. In fac. Tin main body of the procession arrive cd at it destination on the commons below the City about half past 11 o clock and the crowd continued to increase in numbers until it reached we should think including the knot of persons it different localities on the adjacent Bluffs in the aggregate to a m in a twelve thousand Juko a we Are informed that some Choice spirits from uh0 had As it bed to witness the cede a new y Ork and other cities on the Atlantic Side a. A a i ,. A a a of the continent have recently tie i fro Ere. Cut Quot in a Quot a Quot Stock is in Zatle it irate to pay the debt the disinter ested creditor inuit Bear the loss they refuse to. Insure Agam to their own management and losses a 0,10 a Alifornia steams hip Lor tie Pur but require the India Ideal citizen to at least put not taking part in share in the insurance and suffer the loss. They Are unwilling to Trust themselves yet they in sit that others not Only will hut of Quot it to give them credit. They certainly do not demand a indispensable to their Success a Power to create debts and a liabilities unless they expect to Avail themselves of that Power and use it to Advance their . What then should be done How far can the government go w without violating vital principle and sanctioning injustice w Rong Ami fraud a for i hold that no government can lend its Power or influence in favor of injustice and act within its proper Dutie. The government must be just to ally every one. It cannot lie Quot Libra Quot because it a no source from which to obtain Hie Means for a a liberality Quot unless destroying the Equality of the governed is called then what can the government do to facilitate and secure the associated exertions and capital of its citizens and still preserve that great Ami priceless principle Equality and Justice to All men men will not form incorporation if they Are compelled to pledge their individual Faith and after a Lew preliminaries in deposing his proceeding Anil of of the guard and the police the let of were i 1 Etc l Kan a a Stu 1. Ting it of Bynm. A f. To Inlet. Assisted upon platform an were a j is ter a piece s Erci p an. Rom panic by their ministers and officers and physician when the ceremonies upon the Gallows were proceeded with. The Rev. Or. Spencer in the most impressive and solemn manner addressed the multitude. Stating that the boys confessed the commission of the crime for which they were about to suffer acknowledged the were sustaining themselves on surface the Spring of the Ianther and sealed Hias Best they could Many of them endear Fate forever and in the fearful night Oring to get in Possession of Llo Aling Piec j ment. When death seemed inevitable w Ith is of the w Reck to Aid sell control and a courage truly wonder i could see nothing of the exploded boat of he Laid perfectly quiet till the keen and was fully satisfied in my mind that track of a Rill was heard and the fro she was blown All to pieces and every be to ious beast pierced by the unerring aim ing on Hoard lost hut those who like my of the Bac woodsman fell lifeless by i self were still struggling in the water. I w ill do myself the simple Justice to say. That from the time i arose to the surface 1 Hail no apprehension of drowning notwithstanding the chances that seemed a gain to me. I never Felt More buoyant nor swam with greater ease. Still 1 thought it Well enough to approx Palaie whatever Aid was within Tny reach so like other i began a race which proved a tedious one i finally Side. Another bexcoktre.�?, on the circuit of Western \ Irginia i think it was Baseom stopped at noon at a log Cabin recently erected by the Road Side. He sat Down by invitation to Dine with the family. A Lovely lift child about three years old which had attracted his attention by it Sweet smiles and rare Beauty was playing in front of the door while the fat ii were engaged a Ivington Jan. I 1851. The supreme court yesterday made their decision in the care of Missouri against Iowa that the Boundary made by the commissioners should stand. This give Iowa the disputed to Mitory and up ets the re election of Willard i. Hall to the next Congress who beat i opponent Botnan. In the did puled territory. Around the homely Repa get when suddenly Lime std Bill has passed the Kansa house�?38 to 2 land or one town lot thereon from execution. Arkansas house�?3to28�?exempting 160 acres Justice of the penalty exhorted the peo of land or one town lot Vav Ith the improvements to take warning from the example lie fore them and requested them to preserve Good order on the occasion a request which was most strictly complied with. The Rev. Or. Park followed with a few remarks stating that the cause which led these two boys to suffer an a Giomini a the parties concerned were germans Haerlin a i Een set up in business by the generosity of j cd a for a goodness of heart and Christian Vir red Mger and their business was carried on j tues. The loss to his relations and numerous a tit same room. T. A immediately blinded. And rendered helpless Stra Are went in a mrs Uit of Haerlin who fled immediately upon the coup Uisu Loti of the deed but soon sunk to the ground blindness and exhaustion. The cries of t. Finally attracted the attention of i passers by when search was made for 1 lie often Are. But without Success until the follow ing a Ornig w Hen he was found a Corpse. The probability is that thedinger will lose his sight for life and be otherwise much disfigured the youth. Strasser. Will it is thought recover. Without experiencing any permanent injury j a Wren committed suicide by taking prussic j acid. Re was from urn in Wirtemburg and a about 35 Vears of age. The act was compulsory. The address does not a a lease some. Of Hie More Ultra of the anti papal . And a he a Lea i. A Doi a. A Are by reference to his private note look Dis Friend is indeed irreparable. He left a father and other i cations near Burlington Iowa to mourn his loss. S. Foreign Irwi try a he Arctic. I Ngi in do on the 10th. Deputations from the cite of i Timon the University of Oxford and that of Cambridge Prever a addresses to the Queen having reference to the a tension of ecclesiastical jurisdiction Over England by the Pope of Rome. The ceremonies were very to a a losing and the attendance very Laige. Tie Queen read separate answers to each of the addresses five in number All of course embody ing the same sentiment couched in different terms. She tells her subjects that if Rome is aggressively disposed the opposition to be offered by the protes ants and government of England a hound in moral and spiritual not physical or the Rig hundreds of our citizens availed themselves of the Opportunity kindly afforded by or. Levins on monday and tuesday to View his recently discovered Lead. We were present at it on monday and can vouch for the accuracy of All the representations we have heard put Forth concerning it death upon thu scaffold might be traced to a Richness. Hie Cave is several Hundred Teet in the monster rum the disobeying of a length varying in height and Width in its Dif. A a u i Ferent pasts. At the highest Point it is Proba rents and to Sabouth breaking lie also credit in favor of its management and Success Bly about 15 feet from the Bottom to the rap at the request and in behalf of the no it is worse than mockery to answer this ques Rock. In some places there is hardly less than ners returned thanks to the sheriff or. Tion by saying that the Law is general and free Fec in a a Jib of the Cap Rock birr a. I to All and those who do not Avail themselves throughout the entire extent of this out ening of its advantages have but themselves to blame. A Jincai appears in greater or less the very nature and organization of society it is the observers feet in masses forbids that personal Faith Auu Ludivig Uzial re i Large As a pair of horses could draw. It a possibility should be abandoned or that the glistens upon the sides and sparkles from the whole people should unitedly turn their attention roof. This is not True of every part of the Cave but i so of parts. The extent in pounds or the value in dollars of this great discovery it would be Idle to attempt to estimate. Time will determine it to the satisfaction of All. Rupec tout treatment on the part of thedinger am his clerk. Via surer a a in Uit nral health madder. Vie learn that or. . Hanna of Warren f a May. Illinois is now engaged in testing the i Cajica a of growing madder in this Lati my or. Llanna has some 3<� acres under Eul twi 4 acres have ahead been dug. And the a it Vrtol 1m ground and brought into Market tie Ltd a Jii Jig Pring 1� acre Are ready and w ill Ai d brought to Market during the Corner sea in. This will enable Consumers to test Hie a Ali a. Which we Are led to believe from lie rep reservations of those who have already a will be found of Sujie rior character. A us believe is the first successful Effort a has been made to grow this article in this pit4-uf the United states. Or. Hanna informs a lit the climate and soil Are Well adapted to a i a. Heretofore a it have la Een dependant a Poi Ger Tony and France for our Supply of this a Fife Gulf and should this Experiment prove year will not elapse before the 5ua Inorg get at least will be fully supplied with useful and necessary article. H or Corre or it det t. A a a a Ern a it it take much pm sure in emn Hasing str Ord a a Liberal a As heretofore use i by us in Quot Saa econ with the policy which we deemed us fyr to or ii Nii the consideration of the a a Niue. Hie writer mistakes our meaning Hoo in Necez Ary distance in his 4 we Rosa of reasoning to convict us of an error. Or in Dea a that our state authorities should Fine this before they Are just never entered a a a a my until a. C. 44 scar etl for a. J v Fco not of for particularly the in Ndon chronicle which it a timid non committal it. A letter from Hamburg says 4 the last intelligence which we have from Copenhagen is to the 1st a Rummy was then very generally disseminated that the King of Denmark had determined to separate irom Madame Rasmussen whom he had not Long since married after hav my raised her to the dignity of count. As the Price of this matrimonial rupture the countess Rasmussen had insured to herself independently of the property already settled Ujma i her a pension of>lt a year. The a heat exhibition of 1851.the emperor of. Russia a Given a2�mwu for the use of the Star and Garter at Richmond and the emperor of Austria has taken Mozart s hotel for the sea of. House rents in London Are Rishi of enormously a Multi As 12 or week being offered for a Small House in cd urge Street la ii Ere Are Rej Mirt of most extraordinary contract in the provision line Oue Poulterer in the City having arranged for chickens. opinion pub Lique Fate that a treasure amounting to 5,0uu,00li franc has just been found Bur isl in the cellar of the residence of m. Dro unde Toby. At Melu. The Large sum is state to Lee in Gold carefully packed up in Small barrels. The intelligence from Germany confirm the expectation of jmj Ace. The Kiealy of Olmutz has been officially published Ami is identical in All essential respect to the outline we have already Given of it. Royal order have been i sued by both Prussia and Austria directing a suspension of military measures. The austrian troops on the Saxon Frontier will he withdrawn four battalions disbanded the Landwehr dismissed and the a order for recruiting 76,000 men will be cancelled. The lat advices from Cassel a Tate that the prussian soldiers have evacuated her Field. Rosenburg too. Was on the Point a of but evacuated Ami the prussian troops will of Fine thei selves to a Small Pait of electoral Hesse. A letter from Berlin dated dec. Lith has the following paragraph 4 or. Barnard the new minister of the United state at this court was presented to the King at Potsdam and delivered his credentials. The duties of the embassy have been ably discharged since the recall of or. Hannegan in 1819, by or. Fay the Secretary a charge Ami capital to one or a few branches of but i Ness and Wisdom on the part of the government requires that a division of labor and capital Between die several sorts of business shall continue. The wants and of society cannot dispense with this without inconvenience and sacrifice. The Law must then contemplate that the relaxation and modification which it makes in regard to corporations will be confined to a Small part of the person s and capital that comprises the population and wealth of the state. The great ii estion i How far can the Laws go without inflicting an injury or Hazz arding the Protection due of that portion of the people who do All their business and make All their contracts upon a personal pledge if the Law will substitute something by re friction so that the creditor can have Security for the payment of his demand equal to Theja or Sonal Security of the Inco orators the Mel is answered. The operation will be the same with the artificial As the natural Security. To say that the government shall give an artificial character to an a a Ocia Tion of men authorize them to contract a be Btu without Jer onal Lia Bili a or reasonable Means to meet Ami pay their contracts is too much for honesty. A just Eue of right and wrong will revolt at the proposition. The Only alternative left is to require those who seek to transact their business without personal liability to pay their contracts and meet their engagement to limit under a Lutfi client Legal Sanction their Power to Inako do of. Those who will not pay a Houghl not contract to pay. Those who have property substantial and available Means to meet a certain amount Sli Tullbe limited to the amount which their Means will rationally and Clearl it a i by. It is Security that is sought after and when that i obtained the Mel is answered. No j Quot l8 ter whether it is Iron the per on or their property safety to the Public should be the great Pur Jiose of the government. No Clatter of cry for extraordinary and Liberal Laws should divert us from this great principle. Better never have a Railroad a Bridge or a Turnpike than to Purchase them by yielding up the right of the people. Let it be clearly and distinctly understood that Iowa will be just not that she will allow the citizen whether associated or single the Large to Liberty compatible with individual Protection. That he will not re strict them from doing any act that can be a tone with safety and Justice to All. J. C. H. 7>u6t�r/e Tribune. Deputy or. Irons the jailor or. Todd and some others Lor their uniform kindness to them since their imprisonment. This is As it should be alike creditable to the humanity of those officers and in keeping with the teachings of him who said a a inasmuch Asye have done it unto the least one of thes be have done it unto for although Gaved and manacled and condemned to a Felon s death the Laws of kindness should actuate those in authority towards the prisoner rather Tolian that of Fox Talionis. Torn Brown in a firm tone of voice then addressed a few reached it and putting one hand rather rudely upon it got a of using a for my re uin., ,.1 1 a heart Nier Cirigo cry was heard turn with a the piece was too Small to Render me 1 and material service. I abandoned it Ami a. A. ,. My child my Chihi. Scream cd i to turned m the direction of a Steamboat ing run Over fears 173&Quot a gentleman it is said had a Board put on a part of his land on which was written a i w ill give this Field to any one who is contented a and when any applicant came he always said 4are you contented a the general reply was a i a then a rejoined the gentlemen a a Why do you words to the spectators saying that Al my though he had commit to it my Many crimes Ami deserved the punishment he was about to receive vet. Although he gave the fatal blow which resulted in the death of his victims or. Hewitt he never intentionally committed the crime of murder. He asked everybody s forgiveness and at the same time state that he Felt enmity to no Man not even to those who would illegally executed him on the 20th�?that he defended himself not because he had the least desire to Hurt any one but that lie had a right to live a Little longer. Those on the platform then Knelt while or. Speirer offered up an Earnest prayer to the throne of mercy. A few words of encouragement were spoken to the la of by a sheriff Riggs an affectionate leave was taken by the officers and ministers to of the prisoners when they step it cd Forward to the front of the platform immediately under the Gallows. Toni appeared a firm and unmoved As Ever and looked about upon the crowd until the Cap was adjusted Over his face. George was completely subdued the tears rolling Down his face Siree Uoo ars a Ortus in a. ,. I i i i Prisut Houlb into Fau Cleta he aha i it Rcd in Prajer n.1 Lutu. He continued want my Field?1 coned a Hgt or new y Ork Sun a a letter from Bel air giving an account of the trial of stump and Griffith for the murder of Hammond. The writer says stump having been acquitted of the murder his evidence was of course admits am Ami he a called to the stand in lie half of living sworn he was asked you know anything of the murder of hat Mol . do you know who filled him . was it ? did it myself Griffith any Agency in the act a a none be Tiki not know it until tour hour afterwards the jury immediately returned a verdict of not guilty against the prison he was i charge ded. A Yankee tricks or How a Man tilled his cellar with potatoes. The Hartford times remind a of the Dev ices of a gentleman in a a Bong town to till his cellar with fir to rate potatoes at a very Low Price. It will be recollected that potatoes were not of the l it Quality add Price nigh. The gentleman gave notice that he had a particular de ire to go t a specimen of the Best a a a it of to Tahoe Rui cd that a and accordingly offered three dollars Forth la est. I la a Mother Ami Quick As thought All Rusbelt which i afterwards Learned to be Thea a Myiow which was making towards us. J a a pm it a ,. ,1 i i. Rather of mercies what a sight was to keen my face toward the approaching. A ? i i. I i i. ,�., Here presented to the gaze of a to atm Steamer i Lound that i Hail to Opi Iosco the r a a. I Aaka Mother a terrible Panther bail sprang Strong current of the River this togetherto.17, a a i. Upon her unwary Darling and was As with the coldness of the water so exhaust a til i i. I a i i. C i a ending a tree i Canna the child in it Ted my physical energies that Lor a brie a a space i Felt that i might not be Able to a Luu a i a c a r t . A. A the gun Quick for god Sake the keep Lusell on the surface until the boat i i a i i a i ii. Gun 1 rant icly exclaimed the lather should come within reach of me. As the a n ,. ,. A a a or. Baycora rushed into the Cabin an i Boot came near to us Imre was cry Iron. F la a Large number of my unfortunate neigh a us is 1c a urn a la a it a i. Burst a Slop the Slop he boil turned j Bat. »1� .1 a a too he there a a. Indeed Ereat Bop r of our be a a a it a a new a he love by it. I however lad no a by torn to . A. The Venee of Point and made no Effort to inuitmpmrent., Byth. Into rated by a a. R 1�completely by the Aptus Liiri i on of 1. Any o i night it required several a hols before or sell i a. One of the bout to Duhn a Sailor threw out Tome a Large table animal i Iver Ean forget. A a .71that awful scene said or. Baseom when Winch 1 succeeded in grasping at the first,.,. F. P j l relating this incident to the writer some Effort. I was drawn to the boat s guards 7 a a a Vears Sinee. Ami Well might he say so which were several feet above the water Ina i a i.z i Lor a toured Ceplo affecting and heart rend Hile drawing me up the kind hearted.1 a. U 11. A Irik scene has Seldom been recorded m the Sailor cried out a hold on partner. A. History of adventurous Pioneer Hie. But 1 could not my energies were exhaust 2 i Ted the rope was slipping in my hails a a a in the composition of or. And i should certainly have fallen into the bad com there was no cant or ostentatious water and perhaps have been carried Irre pretence he could never be induced to cover ably out of reach under the boat s car the Peculiar dres adopted by Energy guards had not another Sailor quickly men of his Church. He believed that True reached Down and got hold of one of my humility is a principle of the soul Ami arms. 1 was drawn on Board about As does not consist either in eccentricity of nearly lifeless As Folk get to be who Are a habits or the Cut of the coat. He always not dead. Two Stout men kindly assisted dressed with neatness and taste. This so me up into the Rabin. A Blanket was much displeased the a pc Der Brethren Quot wrapped round my shivering and almost that he was called to a formal recount by a insensible body. Number of senior clergymen. Al ter list at soon As there was restoration of a ening respectfully to the argument urged Little vital warmth i became deadly sick against the fashionable Cut o his , and but for my rather ungraceful casting or. Baseom deliberately arose pulled off up of the Bountiful dinner and Fine store of his coat and hanging it on a chair do sired Champagne taken about an hour before to know whether it was himself or his by a violent eruption from my stomach 1 eat Liat a a reached. His be ii user smiled am not sure As to what would have been at the oddity of the argument and told him the consequence. About half a Glas of j to dress As lie pleased. Brandy and Peppermint was then adminis j--1teredo to me my Chest which discovered f a methodist mini ter on the Bod from its soreness and Ray spitting of lvw.the improper introduction of pol blood to have been somewhat bruised tics into their pulpits by a few ministers was copiously bathed with whisky and i at the North a called Forth patriotic re began gradually to improve. Friend big spouses from a number of their More a m no was one of the first whom i met on Sale rate Brethren which frequently fill Board. He had escaped in about the same columns of the Nort Hern paper. The plight As myself. You May be sure it was last Poughkeepsie n. A Telegraph a a scared it up Liberal taws a we a imply meant stringent or such As it us a Reader it inexpedient if not Kaz Kardoos 4�tzen to embark their Means in works of ,t. Vie ask it for nothing Iowa Hie Newyl Ork to rim us Post. A the stale a to fit of any King a certainly of Satu Reav last say of this Young state that ,i0 Dele ration of extraordinary privileges or Quot a erf a Ccu he of Iowa which i it by fit Tom a l. .7.1 by Ite coast tue Ion. Cannot at anytime borrow a a Quot nil Quot a or owe Over $iuu.<luu, Wai in want of a sum of a a fur in tie Constitution. But our Cor $69jjoo, which was endeavoured to be Rai it in , we Are Iti afield u til in the your a i Wall Street the St a offering to redeem the loan a a it or of meter come to our Way ?��?~im.r out the a us Jet to the Only Dif Iby he will arrive at Lii Ron lesions .1. Eel a a i More a lab rate Proee of to a h 1 i belief in View we shall Tia a a a ukr Issie we him a it of ,i0n in years Ait pay 8 Jar cent per annul interest. The loan w As effected without limitation of fun in Philadelphia at 8 and 10 percent. Jar annul a payable half yearly Ilie 8t a a would now 1�� Ploit in a May it off Butch Uriot Wilbou a by Iii Ier cent Premium. Rurert of a officer arrive a i i re Thi , on Tbs Alton from new Orleans having in i cd to la a Man named Jerdon. Alias torn til alias Charley Fox amp a. Who has been arrest i in new Orleans As accessory to the it order of Hewitt the drover at Peoria and Given up by the author tit i there on a requisition from Ihu governor of Illinois. It a Frei be remember Eil that two men Williams and brow a were convicted of the crime and sentenced to be Hung on the j5tb in to. Alter conv Clion they conf mid and Criminate Man Jerdon As the devising head of the whole horrible transaction on the committal of which he escaped from the place. It a teen state in an Illinois paper that Jerdon More notorious a Charley Fox was either actually the murderer of col. Devenport at Ruck Island or most intimately implicated in that tragedy.St. Yaju is pm Ion. J being judge. The potatoes came pouring in 1 Peck after Peck those of Irais is that had differ j ent or a bringing a Jueck of each a id of the be to lot. The gentleman Oon Fourni to. The had a cellar full of first rate potatoes when he shut i doors and paid $3 to the Farmer who had j left the. Be Tok cd of potatoes according to his jul item but. He had potatoes even to sell in the prong. Until his face was hid from the View of the spectators. Deputy Irons and jailor Todd then put the waiters Over the head of the boy and in a moment More precisely at half part 12. The sheriff knocked the fastening from the trap door which bunched them into eternity into the pres enee of that being whose Justice a tem 7\e richest Fai uly in cnnland.tbe Perez with mercy awl who knows la est Iez family in Flat of , was 0 we erring children. Arkwright so the Cotton Mil owners Ine head f the Bouse died a Short time ago. And personal property he exchanged tor the mrry a a accommodations of the coffin was won to he million. Sterling a say Tweedy five Neil Liniai of Dollar r a dreary thing to leave All that cart How awful must the Sua Paob be o death to Hirn who let at ease in his puetes rims. Tie interest of this Money would amount to a a ring i cog. Alter a few Vav writhing and contortion. Did cd in a few Momenta after he fell while Tom struggled violently some or fifteen minutes. In Twenty live minutes they were Cut Down and their bodies disposed of As the Law in this Case directed. We turned from the did go Ting and Hor Sutter Laud or the Marquis of als. And confirmed in our opinion that the Westminster could exhibit such. But rent Roll j a poorest use Vou Ean make of a Man is to Are not hard Caje As we believe those Noble. H u Kurr a a. Or .8 Quot j a a of a it virture like some Flower l i. To in to it blooms often Iff tride tour Quot a a 2umi a. A. A a to Point of wealth this Plebia family ranks with clergymen who has visit etl the boys daily the proudest House in Eug fool a Yankee Blade. Sinet. Their imprisonment that he Lias no i or swim a Kamw Doug to a Toor la a did fully , Reivi d a drop . In to meet their god Toul that had thru Days sight at a certain Bank. The first a May it not been for executive clemency in sex he presented himself to tie counter an l taking tending the time for their execution a they the. Draft irom i pocket Hook. A tender it the a a so we ,then,,Chri,-ing the draft Walker a away. To la a next morning j Tian to know Liat the respite granted by he appeared again and going through the Sam Joe governor proved so be i Quot a i a a a a a fat. Quot 1 a a Barj Day he a Jared again Aii a said. You see that three time. By Gar you will pay May asked a Little Urchin a a Well my child la 44 Isnit mis jump Panice Girlie a Eye Ziy a Wei father thinks so too. My How he bagged and kissed her the other Day a ooh the Brut a re Jirec Mother fall fainting into a a a a dub. And spuds More Dickey Tate a a a a no ennui hut of bad rep Tati it a. To a who a be i on i a a work. Item a. A who is tie shortest Man mentioned in latest affidavit resisting her husbands a i Vorck movement makes the following statement a a we certainly had serious differences about or. I of rest a conduct toward or. Mac ready. 1 fun no Gly disapprove 1 of i hissing or. Mac Reany in kid Burgh in 181��, and Riuo Strath with Hun for the manner in which he stroke of or. Macready. Prior to his Macready arrival in this country in 1818. 1 abated to or fullest a habit of stating in promiscuous companies his determination of having Mac ready driven from the stage and to or. Forrest a leaving Money at by a and sending some to new Orleans in 1848, for the furtherance of the above object As or. Forrest informed me he haul done. A a i Hall not approved his course against Mac read a unqualified Day and in All things and i might Well have attributed the separation to this cause. But there were other causes and i could nut be s ire that this a the leading a let or whether la was not a result of Many causes. I had ample reason to believe that or. Forrest was in correspondence with table Connexions hut of h tid cause in fact in my Ovri mind i mainly attribute hts aria Republican. Tfx the perpetrator of the following execrable conundrums w As immediately put to bed in a cold sweat anti it is thought that even Hydropathy can to save him Why is a Man telling up his 1 it Collar like i lieu in ? he Caus a he is after Murde woman of blew shut then and the interesting tableau was lid from our View. The Bible ? Luce High Iaian. A meeting on a it a Ltd fact respecting is a fact that this article once considered a Mere luxury but now a real necessary of life must soon become the most expensive beverage we can use. From the most reliable statistical information find Liat the increase of consumption. In the United states alone is about 15 per cent per annul while it production from several causes has sensibly decreased. A the whole amount of Coffee raised in the year 1s49, was 42ti million pounds. Contains a thanksgiving Sermon preached by the Rev. G. F. Kettil of the methodist episcopal Church in w hich lie nobly defends the Constitution and Laws. The following Are the conclusion at which he arrives. A i. W e believe that any individual who in any Case or for any reason for Eible resists the Law s of the i. United state is guilty of the crime of resisting the ordinance of god and must be so considered in the consciences of Good citizens. �?~2. We believe that for an american citizen to refuse obedience to the Law of the United states on the group i of their during the same year there were con a Ujco Ritu tonality or upon the a a Lea old med Tibo millions pounds Thi is leaving conscience is absurd inconsistent and a deficiency of 209 million Jar and to be supplied by the Stock on hand in Europe u3 we be t iat if an individual and America. Persist in refusing of filience to the Laws b rom it will 1m seen that the in United states on tie Pica of con creased consumption of Coffee throughout Mience or because he is required to per the world has surpassed the production Furm Dutin h hich his sensibilities or feel and an Equality can Only take place by an in a a As to be Hangman or a increased Price so considerable As to he a jailor he is bound still to Honor the Law the annual increase of consumption Fri submitting Quick la to tie penalty fees of Staci los Are regulated by Supply ail demand w without regard to the Cost of production. But in addition to the facts above stated the actual Cost of producing Coffee is every year increasing. The danger of importing slaves having increased the v ill Cor a recent Industrial exhibition held in Monterr 1, a specimen of leather made from the skin of the porpoise was shown which attracted much notice. The skin of Thi fish was tanned into leather of most excellent Quah number he been barely sufficient to up being soft and pliant As kid yet Strong ply the annual has Doti the a a tales. And Tough beyond win of. There Are Many therefore should the slave Trade a it a a Stop i l tier useful things to be obtained from altogether which is very probable there from its jaws a delicate must be a constant and rapid decrease a liable Oil Ltd be Eitra Manl from in the production of Coffee As without a Bumin Bip Muke cake Supply of negroes a for whom no substitute Corii be applied a the crops Connot be All picked. Under these circumstances what will be the probable Price of Coffee ? a e cannot say and from its liver which is Cyrul to the hug s dishes of fresh meat Are served at Tea. More than half probably More but that it Mut certainly soon be j than two thirds of our whole population come one of the costliest luxuries of life j a a me say even cig Tami of course our we have not the least youth Are attache i to agriculture. The question is and we should like to j numerically they Are proportionally of Sec it answered what Susti trite will be. More importance Tolian those attached to All introduced instead of to tale ? other interests in the country. The c harm of Tarril life. If now in that chair yonder my the one your feet l e upon but the other Beckfo you closer yet were seated a Sweet faced girl with a pretty Little foot lying out upon the Ben Rufty a bit of Bee running round the swelling Throat the hair ported to a Charm Over a forehead fair As any of your dream a Ami it yes a Ould reach n Arm Riund that chair Bock without Leer of giving offence Ami suffer your Finger to play idly with those curls that escape Down the neck and if you ctr us clasp with your other hand those Little White taper fingers of hers which he 0 temptingly within reach and so talk softly and Low �11 presence of the Blaze while the hour slip without knowledge and the Winter winds whistle uncured fur if in Short you were no Bachelor but the husband of some such Sweet image dream Call it rather would it not be far pleasanter than a cold single Nigl to sitting counting the Sticks reckoning the length of the Blaze am the height of the falling Snow ? in rely imagination would be stronger and purer if in could have the playful fancies of dawning womanhood to Delight it. All toil would be torn from mind boor if but another heart grew into this present soul quickening it. Warming it cheering it bidding it Ever a Odd Perl for face would make a Hallow Rich a a Rainbow Stop All such noisome things As we lonely souls Call trouble. Her smiles we a us Illume the blackest of crowded cares and darkness that now seats you de Pont Lent in your a of Pitary chair for Tkins together Weavit a Lutter fancies dreaming bitter to rear. Would grow Light and thin and a Prend anti float away chased by that beloved smile. Your Iriemi a ssh a fellow die a never mind that gentle clasp of her Finger a she steals behind you Telby a a you not to weep it in Worth Friend your a ister Sweet one i dead hurried. The worm Are bu.y with All their fair new. Ilow it make you think Earth nothing but a put to Dir Graves upon it is sore a he says a lie w ill the a sister and the waving Curt As she lean upon your shoulder touch your Cheek Ami your wet Eye turns to meet those other god has a Erit i Angel surely your Monthei alas 1er it she i gone is there any bitter tip a a to a youth alone and homeless like Thi ? but you arc not homeless you Are not alone she is there her tears softening our her smile Lii it my your her grief ill Ang Vours Ami Yog live again to assuage that King sorrow of her. The those children Rosy fair haired no they do not disturb Yoa with prattle now they Are your. To away there on the greensward never mind the hyacinth the Snow drops. The Violet in Obe any arc there the perfume of their healthful lips is Worth All the Flower of the world. No need now to gather wild Hoques to love and cherish Flower tree gum. Are All dead things things livelier hold your soul. Anti she tie Mother sweetest and fairest of All. Watching tending caressing Loving till your own heart grows pained with tenderest jealousy and cure itself with Loving. _ you have no need now. Of a cold lecture to teat h thankfulness your heart full of it. No need now As once of bursting Blossom of tree taking Leaf Anil Green ass to turn t nought kindly and thank Hilly for Ever beside you there is Bloom. Ami Ever beside you there i fruit for which Eye heart Anil soul Are full of unknown an 1 unspoken because unspeakable in. Myrrel. 77�Florence, Beautiful Florence a a the exclamation of cry traveller Aste enter the fair land of Italy. A correspondent of the St Louis Republican write from Florence a was we descend the a Penine we obtained our first View of the Valley of the Arno. It is one of the Roost Beautiful sight i Ever beheld. Florence with it domes and battlements Twenty mile Distant is spread out �11 All it Beauty at your feet. Pit Ojaste also a walled City i full in View beside innumerable Village and Hamlet dotted Over this immense Val Ltd. A we left the mountains tor a warmer atmosphere everything became More luxuriant and Beautiful. Stehl Fields of olives burst upon our View. Fig Ami pomegranate were growing Al a in abundance and vineyards covered the his Ide. We began to realize that we entered a a land of Oil and wine. The descent to Florence Over a Fine Road i one of the most enchanting drives in the world. Owing to the a Lepenes of the i descent it w a necessary to drag the wheel which became 0 hut from the friction that when half Way Down we were Obb ged to a top and have cold water poured on them to prevent the Carriage from taking fire. They a Moke like a cauldron. I do not w Onder Liat l Lorenco is called a a firenze la Belle or that it has been celebrated in All Ages tor the Beauty hit situation. It contains More than 100,000 inhabitant. The building on the Bank of the a no. W hich runs through the City Are grand and imposing Butte Arno is now Luggio hand shallow almost a Stream of mud. At the other eat is of the year it a doubles a dil Crent appearance. A eth Cathedral in Florence is As unique though not a Beautiful in its architecture us that of Milan. U is an immense build ing and it exterior i t overed with by of air. It has also a Campanile of Tell Torver. Which is curious in architecture. The by a a tip Tery near it was once a Temple of Mars. Its Bronze doors Are splendidly executed. It is said Michael Angelo when examining them declared they were worthy Oto being a the Gate of the Lover of paintings w ill find enough to study and the Admire in Florence. We visited eur cute anti examined paintings till our eyes were dim and we gazed at statuary Tim we almost turned statue on sees. We v in item the studio of our of n Coli g re enough and pm wer. The latter some exquisite pieces of statuary. He a just i Jung a bust of in Calhoun. 11� m at w it re a Uinski Milfeil figure which the Calls America. It i Superb. In the Church of a Santa Croce Quot Are a time very Beautiful Tomb. One is that of Micheel Angeki Ami another which struck a a 00 the finest of any i had seen except Canova a that Iff the polish Mountes la Muska by Bartoline. The stained a in the churches of Florence is very 77�?Tfather, did you have another wife besides Mother a no my boy what possessed yes in ask such a question because i saw in the old family Ihfe where y of married at n own boy a 183ck and that Tny t Motler tor her name hmm Sally Smith. Potato balls.aladv of our Oquain Teine Tec commend the following per at am mix m voted potato with the Kohl of a t . Roll them into kudu four item or Ogg and bread Crum Toom and Fry item in Elver dripping or bad or Brown Thorn i a dutch oven

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