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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 5, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Telegraph. De just a a Tea it All the ends Tikiob aim St at de Tut a Tut oods Tuu tits 3 Nihil to Gyp Rry list Rel in politics Anil do Tali to literature Fri ire Commerce Irta Anil Foneri Jirma of Tler Doit. I5v Morgan pfc my Kenny. Burlington Iowa saturday july 5, 1851. Vol in no. 18. A from thursday up to Sature wer fan a a a ted with heavy. No a a Jet nun. Appearances yester it fid quot of Wien settled state of things. This ,i4,tation May be considered As putting an. W hop Cor a crop the present sea had times stare us in the face the i to front the music at once a i the b St show a the Economy r a Judd Brave hearts will carry us All Amman Elf through approaching troubles. M falter for a moment in your resolves you a if the a certain to go Over Board As if you to site want a it our t1�?o1 or throw away Petey. The present is no time for Swap the Forre of the current forbids the a it Are All in the a ame boat or rather we do is the saute tall Waters it be Hoove Iff it to make his own Best licks for land. O bos strike out boldly to of a flood River which a Ujj Ihlen some five a half feet at this place. A is stationary on thursday evening last course of Ibe night commenced rising f. To saturday evening it had risen some five a Ike from i o clock saturday evening up to it. Aesir Day it Rose 7 inches Beni g one foot til. Sed was rising rapidly when our Patter a a a i to press yesterday evening. All the Riveraii a of us Are booming High the Iowa Cut Der overs n it rth of us Are san to lie higher �?�6� at any previous Rise of the season the flair the Down yesterday from Dubuque Repetz a Rise in the upper Mississippi of eight get coming upon us. The probability there Ion a is that in the course of a few Day the warn Here will reach the High Mark at which of cd stood a few weeks ago. The Lair flood la Ibe de Moines an Ottumwa correspondent of the Valley Mug Keokuk gives a gloomy account of the urges of the late flood in the Des to same writer under Date of the 17th, also a that another Rise had commenced was a a ready within one foot of the first one a it Are having a Dull time of it Here at jury de Aruny Ait ltd business is deranged. The far at can a a tim Jan tog. men h its Roe Han-0 can do ver Little trading. There is a general flt Al arum Deswan Jenev. Many far a the Bottom Arliee lands have la in submerged Tkv trying to sell out several sales have Len of Hal Low Raies to. town for it be Rarrer Abr at half the property would have Oom Sisai i before the Flat a a a a a. La it loss of a sporty will be immense. Rails Weed a logs a Tow building have Ticen washed away. Sane estimate their la her at $iv0u. A Canary below town lae Loe i Trees to the amount of ? is i id. Our town has suffered bus than any in a a the River certain papers to the a Untray �>4vith-Iab&Ltiiag. Except in flt it uror fee helmet a Sery situations where the water came into the building so As to a Nind the for Pant to remove at have re let been seriously . Front str set. The lowest in to it in at one time had froth one a a let feet of water Over a Small of it. The Van generally a been High dry no poll were a us a for a injured to my knowledge. A higher Grade of a few in be. For a portion <4 front Street will aerate a a against All Seq a re Henri it in from similar Visita foam the Republic of the 2f�lh says Nore Mir last Issue the River at this 4aee fell Al rat in fert. Lut has risen within tin inst Day or two to a a a Tus two feet of its highest print in Etith r��5�? excitement at now a last paper torn the capital give an account of the appearance of a Beautiful Young lady among them dressed a la turns a. She is said to have Cut jute a figure in her promenade through the Public Square. to have excited the admiration of Ali who had the pleasure of seeing her. The editor apr ear to be in rapture on the occasion a Sod the fashion having received the stamp of afm Tohan approval May be considered As fairly established throughout the Bounds of our Young Commonwealth. We have Only time to add a go it w Hile you re Young girls a Rythe editor of the Louisville journal in reply to Tow question whether he is for or against the Short dresses of the ladies says a ooh we Are decidedly a Short dress Man. It is not in our Power to pass much time with the ladies we wish during our Brief Opportunity to see a Roach of them As we can with Ken Forbing themselves chef Cir an ordinance a passed the Council of Chicago requiring that All a persons who May be sentenced by the police Justice to any term of imprisonment be confined in the House of correction on the Public Square subject to labor on the streets or elsewhere As May be provided by the ordinances a Folie City a the Telegraph from new Orleans of the 24th, states that there w As an attempt to shoot a pne to. Named Rev. Judo Oresky on monday mgt. A Ball was shot through a shutter of his bed room window passing through one of the rails two inches thick which saved his life. Me had had trouble with Bishop Blance. No clue of the Assassin. Ii quot our thank Are due to or. Test of this fity for late files of Cincinnati Louisville St. Louis my. Remer of the Oswego did not forget list package the Las trip but again Laid us untied obligations by the usual Supply. St. Board of health of St. Louis have ordered daily publication of there were 27 deaths from cholera on the 2dth a All of w hic says the Republican excepting to or three occurred among foreign emigrants it thanks to Lamartine up yesterday evening for late St. Louis dates. I be Nurul stage for Dubuque a Ica u. The water at Duck Creek Mon a a evening last until two of clock next mor by of when by Means of Aid summoned from town the horse vehicle were extricated Lor three hours one of the horses Lay with his in a jut above invt port Ija Zitte. New Yoke 25th june�?8 p. M. The Brig Dolphin arrived yesterday from a exise round the world she has been out thir to Flint Roontas a u stated that the Agege of the mexican Crew Raamat have arrived in this country w Ith Power to sell the provinces of Sonora Loweff California Chihuahua conditionally. Lafer advices from Bermuda represent the a a it a very severe j the potato crops not Ling were without parallel Iri product Large quasi elites were be no shipped l it i United states. A Burord june 25 tie y to Day alter three unsuccessful a a a quot a a a go a tor senator indefinitely postponed the a a . Cist mar june ji�?8 p. M. Our put 3 a. ,. It Impi Bushel. At 38c. A to so a he. Us to at 3be, 1.21� Burhey Rve or a. At 62e. Whisky Adieu iced to 17ac. In in Tjw or a. Thug a Sug. Nier u Falting fit Alyi new Yorita june 25�?r.12, we hat $5 87 flt it to it us Usu Tate ving an a it vault a of 6b<j2c of it bbl. A a p 44 cum meal b Tel who. Sales 1,00# it it i. Harf 3. Rye Fnu a at 734. Re in i a Intel a or Saleiaiu-1 at j7c a Veu veto whip f ski Uway unit or Fiigen. A United by Siuy a doing a Nartia a the be Ewing in tub a. Cai Lerl s Al dosed a cd in it we of 1 s<2 at 1 Luj la76 by Telegraph for the St. Louis Union arrival of the Letrofa. Half tax june 24. The Europa has arrived with dates to the 14th instant. England. Parliament had voted the army Navy estimates inducing the calf re War expense. The ecclesiastical titles Bill is probably abandoned by the government. The exhibition is Prog Tserng favourably Public life Lesa a to town men. The distinguished Virginia statesman Hon. John minor Botts is a member of the constitutional Contention of his native state on the floor of that body lately made the following just remarks on the emptiness of it political preferment. The passages Are the Best we have Ever seen from the speeches of the eloquent fearless Botts a a Public life has lost its charms for me there is but one consideration that induced me French affairs Are quiet. The War in Algiers the portion which i do at present be was Over the rebellion suppressed. Com e of this District. Why should a Merce Trade were improving. The bourse an be re a c life 1 can a with truth it Elo ltd a brisk. A trek a i that i never have spent a Day in Public life that i did not pay it Kurlya dearly Foi it not Only by closed brisk. Stock had advanced the Continental news is unimportant. Freights Are Dull ships Are plenty there Are few passengers. Trade is improving the prices in the manufacturing districts Are better. The weather is warm genial the crops Promise labor by my anxiety to serve my con i Sita cuts my country but from the Ile Priva Tion of the peace Tranquility that Are the at a tributes of my nature. I know that i am thought by the world at Large never to lie satisfied unless i am in hot water but i prefer the cold most decidedly. Laughter. No sir that is not my nature. A rut then when you come to consider not Only what a Public Man pays for his station. By cares anxieties the jealousies prejudices the envy jealousy hatred malice All Nehari obleness to which lie is exposed no i Inan who has had the experience in Public life Washington june 24. The Post master general left Here to Day to join the president. The Bank of the Metropolis a declared a yearly dividend of four per cent. One Hundred thousand dead letters w Ere received at the general Post office yesterday. ,. The court martial for the trial of Gen. Tol �?~1 i have had can without a vitiated taste in Cott assembled this morning its members , opinion have any Strong desire for it. were severally sworn in Gen. Clark being still a at Oes be no ? Are fhe most Faith absent. The charges preferred against the Acil the most Wise the most virtuous of pub used were As follows 1st. A violation of c men the men who generally receive the re regulation 132 of ordinance Bureau by making cards of their virtue Fidelity ? look Over contracts through Lieut. Col. Herger with d. Yonder to Boston there you will w fitness an Carmichael for 5<h tons of shot shells without the Sanction of the Secretary of War. 2d. Wilful disobedience of the orders of the Secretary of War who had rejected i. Carini occurrence which in Point of gratitude has fallen to the lot of More than one distinguished Public Man. A a Whit do you see after a Long laborious Chaeles applications in Gen. Tolcott a presence Foj a Ahful Active life spent in the service of refused to recognise an alleged verbal con people shedding a Lustre renown upon tract with the previous Secretary. 3d. Con state that no other of his Day could bestow duct unbecoming an officer Ami a gentleman who up a a a Nan who a but yesterday the idol knowing these articles were unnecessary for j �?o1s a nude. Is actually shut out of the Cradle the service contracted for them thus abusing Liberty not permitted to address his own his authority false representations How citizens in Faneuil Hall yet when to the Secretary of War to deceive also de i11 dastardly miserable miscreant that foreign the contracts were made by him or at his interloper mischief maker who ought to be living the contracts were Maue by instance. Or. Conrad the Secretary of War capt. Magri Ider were examined at length for the prosecution. The court then adjourned till tomorrow. The Republic denies that Conrad is about to resign. Subjected to that summary Law that i am informed is very efficient now in californian i be Pardon As n Public Man representative of the it eople for being ctr add into the expression of a a Ingle sentiment that would give countenance to the Law called Lynch Law though in his Case 1 should not regret to see it exercised cannot help saying so a that mischievous deaths from published inter meddling abolitionist George Thompson last week a notice of the death of air. A. Walk bad the doors of that Hall thrown open to him or living at Greenbush supposed to have been j la a Bis reception Anil subsequent use. Yet they from cholera. It now becomes our painful duty to record the is Iden death of several other persons in that town Vicinity vix or. Abner Walker daughter Abigail the latter some 12 years of age or. Joseph Sisson for some years a resident of the county or. To in i Awson. Capt. Abijah Roberts Joseph Perkins. We hear Rej Kirts of other deaths but Are closed to Daniel Webster 1 a a i have no wish no desire for Public life let me in Justice to myself disabuse the mind of any gentleman Here who May have Iii Jiete that i was in the slightest degree influenced in any position i have taken by any consideration of personal Reward. I say again that i should be Happy if i could be instrumental in settlin wait for confirmation before giving them. A this question harmoniously satisfactorily to by persons have left the town As we learn but retire to the shades of private Hie for the bal we Homie that excitement Aud alarm will be Ance of my avoided As much As possible for while it can he productive of no Good it May Lead to disastrous consequence. In Justice to our readers not living in town to prevent false reports we w ill say that or. Webster of this town was Atta ted with Strong symptoms on tuesday night last has continued quite ill up to this tune thursday evening. We Are informed that the symptoms of the disease Are not of the most virulent character it is hoped that he will soon recover. This is the Only Case of sickness we know of in town. Or. W. Was called to visit the sick dying at Greenbush on Sundey evening last returned on monday evening was attacked As we stated on tuesday night. S. Since putting the above in Type we have been told that the number of deaths in the Vicinity of Greenbush will number at least 14 or 15. Monmouth Ilia a Rcd Iii june 21. Bat a from Buenos Ayres of 8th May mate to pro Tore of Pir Aguais in a state of pm a exit Creol Senor Gulf upon suspicion with the hungarian commander of a a wee 4g4, Loprz had been imprisoned re a a commander ordered to quit the noun try it us had not been executed owing to the a a Caunt of the troops. 7w m4u Norfolk june 24. A a Graat exit Euirn to do a among the a in a i the ltd of poit n a by a of a �1 1 Urt or the order issued by the com admit no worn to the Yard except hours. The workmen held a meet f a a i Rutled a committee to wait on the a a of a 4.>k to rescind the order a it fun i to do a a i our that steal my to a a a a it a in. Rat c4j-ri4.d on. 1? a a com it ppm ltd i to visit tiie president Oak com Loi t a my request i a Telfer Daviu Atio of the air by silk ships in enthuse Mutic Paris Cor respondent of the St. Louis Republican relates the following particulars of the floating air Shif which we May daily expect in the United states i wonder if your Reader have Beard of or. Petrie the visit he contemplates making you in july or August ? or. Petite is a very Learned scientific enthusiastic Man a member of the Academy ac., who is certain that he has solved the problem of a rial navigation. Last summer he submitted his plan to the palais Royale Anil tried to get up a subscription to raise Money enough to make Nis balloon but although people went to his exhibitions few were found willing to give even the franc requested for the great object or. Petrie had in View. Since then he has nobly struggled ageist All difficulties until he is convinced he has surmounted them. He sold his property All he had in the world to buy the twelve thousand Yards of ilk for his air ship. Four balloons eighty four feet High Twenty four in diameter Are now nearly finished. The entire machine will be five Hundred feet High. As to the bold navigator he is perfectly certain of Success after making a trip above the Walls of Paris will go Over see the United states in the meanwhile his Noble wife As enthusiastic As he is keeps a Little thread Needle store in order to give her husband arid children bread. If or. Petrie does not entirely succeed he will have advanced a Long ways in the solution of the problem All Honor should be shown him for i Noble self Devotion. He said the other Dayto a lady acquaintance of mine that he a so certain of Success longed so much for the moment of his departure that he could neither sleep nor eat. So it was with Columbus with Galileo with Newton the whole Host of Noble men whose researches discoveries have enlightened the world. Or. Petrie is now offering for passengers. I have a. Intimate Friend w to has booked herself for the third trip but feels herself too timid to try the first second. In connection with the subject of new discoveries i see it stated that a negro in one of the French islands thinks he has discovered the Means of travelling under we Ater has constructed a submarine boat in which he proposes shortly taking a trip. Elf Macaulay a charges against win. Penn have been refuted by the discovery of some valuable documents relating to the life of the Duke of Monmouth. Penn was accused of extorting Money for negotiating pardons for persons condemned to death. A Cash Book has been found by or. Roberts in which it is recorded a hat a or. Pinny an ancestor of win. Pinny esq., m. P., was condemned to death that his Ransom was paid to one a a George documents which were searched in the state paper office by or. Roberts for materials for his life of the Duke of Monmouth a How that or. Penne in no on instance intended for William Penn therefore the founder of Pennsylvania is entirely exculpate from the serious charges made against his memory by or. Macaulay. By Hie name of this a Lustrous Frenchman is again brought Forward in connection with the French presidency. We Are afraid that no such Good Fortune awaits France As his election. Gen. Cavignac is not Only a skillful Gallant Soldier but a sagacious statesman a w ise firm Man a Republican of Stern incorruptible integrity. France under his administration would be a Republic in fact As Well As in name. She would enjoy both Liberty Law. This would not suit either the monarchists the red democracy or the socialists. Gen. Cavignac. We fear will never be elected president. The name of Napoleon is nearer to France than the substance of Freedom. The present chief magistrate i suited to her tastes. She is fond of the semblance of things cares Little for the reality. The name of Republic she accepts a a proof of her Freedom the name of Napoleon As evidence of capacity to Richmond us rep. Orthodox awl ,.�?it will be recollected by most readers that several years ago there was a division Between the great body of one organized under the title of orthodox the other was Given the name of Hack Ite. At the t time at the present a lie great Hulk of Church property was retained by the hic site. the other party erected new building. Recently if we Are correctly advised the hic site proposed a division of the pro it Erfy lat week at their meeting a committee was appointed to make the Nece Sarv arrangement. The fact is highly creditable to the two branches of the society. Justice in . Paulet Henry Somerset whose Case has excited so much attention in the London journals social Circle?.nd who was committed to the House of correction for ten Days notwithstanding his position As Captain of tha Coldstream guards for assaulting a policeman in the discharge of his duty has been visited in jail by Many of the most distinguished persons in society. On the first Day the Duke of Buccleuch the Marquis of Safford heir of the Duke of Sutherland Inird Mulgrave several officers of his regiment were among the visitors. Strenuous efforts were made at the Horne office tor his release from jail but sir George Greys private Secretary waited upon the prisoner told him that sir George could not conscientiously advise her majesty to remit any portion of the sentence. On the following two Days the visitors were very numerous comprising Ivers m. , military men. Capt. Somerset a visitor., during four Days amounted to More than an Hundred he wears the prison clothes Ami Tares precisely As the other prisoners. An agreeable breast plate for soldiers a something useful a Eccl Paris a new kind of Cuirass for the use of the army is shortly to be tried. This Cuirass is of vulcanized Lilia rubber about half an Inch thick. This thickness it is stated is More than sufficient to resist the action of a Ball projected from any kind of firearm. All the experiments tried have proved entirely successful. The Force of the All is completely broken by the elasticity of the India rubber it Falls on the ground at the feet of the person against whom it was sent. Beautiful Trees talk have they Leafy lungs do they not at , when the winds Bow. the Birds Are caroling their songs play a Sweet music who has Ever heard the soft whisper of the Green leaves in Spring time on a sunny morning w to did not feel As though Rainbow gleams of gladness w re running through his heart then when the peach blossoms hang like rubies from the Stem of the Parent tree when the morning glory like a girl before the shrine of god unfolds her Beautiful face the Moss roses open their Crimson lips sparkling with nectar that Falls from heaven who does not bless his maker _ from new Orleans Deri Ralpf emigrants. A the grand Turk brought up 140 German emigrants All of whom on reaching this Point were in Good health. During the Tnp there was but Little sickness but four deaths Viz three adults one srm 11 child. The Steamer Concordia had about 100 emigrants nearly All from Germany. These were Lucky enough to enjoy exemption from disease on their Way up. Two children were born on the . Louis Union 25tt. New York june 21 or. Riddle the american commissioner to the worlds fair is now Here with a View to starting further contributions of american manufactures to the exhibition. The Competition on the North River has reduced the fare from new y Ork to Albany to 25 cents. Re it is every Way creditable to handle the yardstick to measure tape the Only discredit exists in having a soul whose Range of thought is As Short As the stick As the tape. It quot on thursday of last w Eek or. Charles Dutton had a Fine horse killed by lightning. Although Unsod he was singled out from a drove of horses As a victim. A Sci Conj sort Gaz. 2 both the parties in the late editorial fight at Lynn Margh being dead the Baltimore american think a if this bloody most barbarous butchery might have the effect of moderating the tone temper of newspaper discussions. of bringing general condemnation upon the miserable system of newspaper personalities the event lamentable As it is w Ould not be without a salutary i o marries from love takes a wife w to marries for the Sake of convenience takes a mistress is to marries from consideration takes a lady. You Are loved by your wife regarded by your mistress tolerated by your lady. Y of have a wife for your Adf a mistress Lor your Bouse its friends a lady w ill manage you. Your wife Wal take care of your household your mistress of your House your lady of your appearance. If you Are sick your wife will nurse you your mistress will visit you Ami your lady w ill enquire Are your health. Y of take a walk with your w Ife a ride with your mistress Aud join parties with your lady. Your wife will share your grief your mistress your Money your Ady your debts. If you Are dead your w Ife w ill shed tears your mistress lament Ami your lady Wear mourning. A year after your death you wife marries again in six months your mistress in six or sooner w Hen mourning is Over your Jady. A Californi a elderly gentleman lady were Riding a few Days ago in a omnibus. Opposite to them sat a pleasant looking Young married lady with a Tine Chubby boy in her Lap. Conversation Aroe Between the parties. A Steamer from chagres had just arrived the Good looking lady with the Chubby juvenile wished to know the news remarking that her husband had been away fifteen months that a Lay she was very anxious to hear from him. then the Good looking lady proceeded to indulge in a Long pathetic dissertation of the discomforts Ananyan a of wives when husbands go off Suvo Long from then Home. True Madam a Reuia had the elderly tuesday morning july 1. 1�m1. Fun. Albany june 24. 1-�? a Law Jost the Erie canal a. Yeas 21 j a ays h. Yhapp has gone out against thee. A Man cunning of Sireech is damning epigram aphorism at thee. Thou Art to he Laid Low by a dal lit illustration Slot with a Crystal Bullet of mystical poetry. By a might take of the pie a a Man a i it once said to have been found a Lead with a Long word a a Istead of sword sticking no his Throat. Such is the Fate pro pared for or. Webster it heroine him to set i House in older. Indeed a Nice the her has it Oken. It is a great piece of presumption in him to be alive at up the Linen called China go cloth i fabricated of the file Lay part of the Aloe which grow wild in China. The lax which cow to tue the fishing lines known under the name of last drum we in a s a Ait a a i a a ilk. I a a a Lelh i 11 v j Lle Ian s a �ectacle�?1-�?� a line to what Suav be i age. Made a a Jum three months sir a reply eel the prompt Voung Mother. A a three Unmuth a remarked the elderly lady i pm three months 1 thought you husband had been gone fifteen months re the Good looking la by blushed very deeply but soon recovering the room entry confusion Ami remembering she ejaculated a a of but he writ ouce.�?T�?T�?,v. O. Delta. Camisi a coast Cincinnati Aba it Riel say a a Hie lady of judge Whitman a in eared in the Avreet of Chillicothe on to it in a 1 the new a american costume a Ali twist is also male from Aloe Fibre. I att create it a i the revolution in Muscatine papers informed us some time since that the elite of that City had in solemn Cancun fixed upon the approaching National anniversary As the Day on which they would untie the strings which have heretofore bound them to Long skirt ism. But it would seem from the following which we take from the last number of the a a journal a that some of the fair ones can scarcely bide their time so anxious Are they to Don the inexpressible. The question is assuming a serious aspect. Accounts from All parts of the country indicate an increasing popularity of the new fashion. Many ladies of the first water have raised their banners in behalf of the bifurcated togs Vowel to by All that s sacred that skirts shall he no More what Crotchet will get into their head next no body in this world knows. We begin to feel like giving it up. Yes they can just take our Hai. It has covered a Deal of Devi try already will be found sufficiently schooled in All the turns of life to adapt itself to any a hat May come uppermost. Here is what the a journal a says we had the pleasure a few Days Ngn of Wing in company with n ample of Fine looking voting ladies of this City docs cd in a out a 4ete Mit the new costume we arc free to say As ail those who saw it will ii ear us out that to All api it Arances a More cd to portable convenient taty dress could nol be a scared fourth of july is the Day Fison put for them to saunter ont a la Turk hut whether the Young ladies can Muster up spunk enough to do so we Are not pc feared to say. From the Sublime to the we published a few Days since from the Dubuque a a Herald a an account of a distressing calamity which had happened to a certain or. Wyatt by the sudden Rise of the Maquoketa River he a dreadful torrent a according to the Herald having swept away part of his House jeopardy no the lives of his whole family drowning two splendid horses All he had. The last a a express thanks for that same has removed a Mountain of sympathising grief from our souls by informing us that the water did not reach or. Wyatt a House at All that the animals lost consisted of two sharing horse one of them so ring boned spa ined As to be unfit for us attic a a Herald a was badly Gammone. Or. Wyatt is a Lucky dog Aud merits the congratulations of the Public. Newspaper Friend Phelps of the fort Madison a a statesman seems determined not to be outdone in the matter of newspaper improvements which Are going on throughout the state. His last number comes to us enlarged to Mammoth size printed on new Type making altogether a very line appearance. We wish him All the Success which his Enterprise deserves Aud something besides for his moral Worth. St. Louis Republican of the 28th says fifteen deaths have occurred at Hannibal within a few Days of cholera. It does not prevail to any very great extent. Cholera along the officers of Steamer Kate Kearny Down last evening from Keokuk state that the cholera along the Mississippi in the Small towns be Ween that Point this is abating but inform us never-thel2.�s,of the recent death of several merchants from that disease. Or. Clowes Ami or. Butt be of Quincy died on wednesday last. Or. Wilson merchant of Warsaw who was not expected a to live on thursday . 28. Health of officers of the Steamer new England reports an abatement of of the sickness at Quincy. On wednesday the Dav they left they were informed by the citizens of Quincy that not a single Case of cholera had occurred during the preceding . 28. Tracy a concert will take place this evening at the metro Wiist Church. It is unnecessary to assure our citizens who have already attended these concerts that the juveniles under or. Is tuition always acquit themselves creditably afford a pleasing entertainment. Re the boarding House keepers in Newyl Ork have become such perfect adepts in the science of cookery As to make the Sarne meat answer for beef pork veal or Mutton none of their boarders being Able to distinguish the difference. It might be an interesting fact for the boarders to know to what animal the meat originally belonged hut it might decrease the appetite. Ignorance is Bliss Here Confidence is All that is wanting to the enjoyment of the meal. An Odd in the new Hampshire House of representatives on tuesday a a proposal was made entertained to enact a Law for the Protection of the people of the state against imposition injury by persons pre menu log to hold Intercourse with departed spin the people of new Hampshire must be in a bad Way if they cannot protect themselves against such impositions. Why not revive the old Laws against witchcraft wheat we have been watching with interest. Says the Canton to reporter of the 2lth, the i Turing wheat crop in North East All the information we can glean from others Vve Are satisfied that no More than a half crop will be the result of this be Assn a operations. The Long continued wet weather the Fly the rust the spot or Scab the cheat have made fearful inroads on the crops in this Section we have Learned the same causes will greatly shorten the wheat crop in Illinois Iowa Michigan Wisconsin. St. were 22 a deaths from cholera at St for the Telegraph the City is. Shaw. Believing that a wrong inference May be drawn from the Brief report of the above ease which appeared in the Ilaw Teeft of the 27th ult., by which injustice might be done the City permit me through your Majier to narrate the history of the circumstances which led to this a Lif Riculfy. Early in the year of 18-19, the citizens of Burlington were awakened to the importance of a Plank Road leading West Ami by a Resolution of the City cd incl the mayor was instructed to Issue a proclamation to the citizens requiring them Tovy Ite Brind against the cite borrowing ten thousand dollars to be invested in the Stock of the Burlington my. Pleasant Plank Road company. The result was that the vote was almost unanimous in favor of a Aid loan. The loan was accordingly effect my Ami the Bonds of the City Given to secure the payment not Only were coupons executed to secure the annual payment of the interest ii a on Aid loan but the Faith credit of the City were likewise ple it led. The Means devised by the City Council to meet this interest were As follows a the City Council passed an ordinance requiring the mayor to Issue his proclamation to the citizens requiring them to vote for against a Sale of the lots belonging to the City Lor Cathi the proceed after paying the first year s interest on the ten thousand Dollar loan to be applied to the lib Iii Dation of the oldest debts of the City. The vote upon this question was almost unanimous Ami a part of the lots were sold in the Spring of 1850, the remainder in the Spring of 1851. In february 1850, the City Council passed an ordinance providing for a general a Stem of wharfage for the appointment of a wharf master by which each boat or raft lauding at the wharf was required to pay such sum or sums of Money As the City Council might by Resolution assess. During the entire year of 1850, the wharfage was every cent cd a elected in Money without a j murmur. The rates of wharfage having Bee fixed by the Council at a Low rate w Ith a perfect i understanding that nothing but Monty should be i received therefor no one Ever complained. The Money received for wharfage for lots enabled the City to pay the first years interest upon the loan Ami liquidate a very fair pro motion of the old debt of the City. The new Board of aldermen for 1851 fixed the rates of wharfage appointed the wharf master Ami Lor about two months everything went off prosperously each boat Jakc. Paying Money for wharfage the Prospect was that the City would find no difficulty in not Only meeting the second years interest on said loan but that she would entirely liquidate the Ohi debt by the first of april 1852. About this time Harrison Shaw discovered that the wharf master was bound to accept for wharfage make the change an Erda drawn upon the treasurer of the City signed by the Mavor recorder accepted by the treasurer. The wharf master refused to receive the order Shaw refused to pay the Money. The result was a prosecution for Viola tip n of a lie ordinance for Landing without paying w wharfage. This suit was commenced before John Gray the amount claimed by the City was fifty cents upon trial Shaw proved the tender of an order As above described for two dollars Friy cent Ami filed the order with the Justice. Two jury trials were had without either party obtaining a verdict. The cause was then submitted to the Justice who at the of three Days rendered judgment in favor of the cite for fifty cents Cost from which judg Cut Shaw appealed. Shaw was next prosecuted before Gray jus Tice for four several other landings took a change of venue to Harris Justice. Two jury trials were has without obtaining a verdict. Upon the first trial the same or Ler filed As ten Tler in the Case before Gray was filed As tender again a a d upon the second trial the same order was offered As set off hut ruled out because not offered before the jury were sworn. The third trial before Harris was also by jury this time the Sain order was again offered As set off in time to go to the jury. The amount claimed by the City was two dollars an i the jury found in favor of Shaw the sum of fifty cents from which the City will doubtless Appeal. This is a Brief sketch of the history of the Shaw suite As far As wharfage is concerned but this is not All of the Shaw suits. He has already sued the City some three or four tunes upon the smallest orders he can produce being for sixty or seventy cents ac., he threatens that he will keep buying orders suing the City a Long As he can Rai get Money to Der it with. Upon the spirit manifested by Shaw in bringing these Petty vexatious suits i have no comments to make out merely state the facts As they Are leaving Community to Palt a upon the justness of the cause of the parties litigant. An attempt has been made by some persons during the Pendency of the Shaw cases to get up a feeling against the City by saying that a a he has refused her own paper a but this proposition is absurd in the extreme. The City owns the wharf has the exclusive Light of dictating the terms upon which she will sell either the wharf or the privilege of Landing thereat. I will illustrate. Suppose i hold your note for fifty dollars you advertise wheat for Sale for Money. I have no right to take that wheat without your permission then tender your note As satisfaction. If you owe me i have my remedy at Law cannot take your property in a summary Way. Just so in the Case of the City. The privilege of Landing at the wharf is a property of the City which she May a dispose of upon her own terms neither Snave or one else can dictate those terms. Again the City Council have passed a Resolution providing that Flat boats &c., shall be permitted to Laud by paying one Dollar in City orders or by paying fifty cents in Money the blood hounds Are Bay ing on her Trail Lor this Call it a a reducing her paper to half Price a but no sensible Man will assert this. If you were in a Strait to raise Money Ami were to offer me a horse Worth one Hundred dollars for fifty a dollars in Cash would i have any right to demand the horse of you by offering your note for fifty dollars ? most assuredly not. Nor would that be evidence that your note was Worth but fire per cent. But i have already extended these remarks too far. will conclude by saying that the a it a Loes no wish to wrong any Man that she is extremely an Xii a us to pay All her debts As fast As she can. W. H. Chaney. City solicitor. Burlington Iowa june 28th, 1851. A there were Louis on 27th. Springfield Iii., june 27. He in. . Caldwell of Shaw Beetown diet with the cholera in this City last night at ten o clock. Boston june 2d. Quite a serious Accident occurred on the Western Railroad yesterday near the state line by the breaking of an Axl tree. The engine a thrown off the track a Al one of the second class passenger cars upset. J. Know i ton had both legs broken numerous others were seriously injured. The to. 8. Sloop of War Portsmouth arrived yesterday from fort Fraya a he a been absent about thirty five months the Crew Are much debilitated from sickness on the Western coast of Africa. horse stolen from j. Wat on in Clayton co., some Days since were found at ways on Cen Lar River. Berry is quot a was suspected As the a a Erson who took tiie horses was taken to Garnavillo where he was examined committed for trial. When the party in Pursuit of the horses reached ways they could find but one of the horse on the premises but supposing that Way might give some info Nulion of the other if disposed they obtained a bundle of Hie Kories from an adjacent Grove gave him Choice either to inform them where the said horse was or take the Hickory concluding that a Hor a in a country plentifully stocked with horse was a Small i Natty a compare Al with a sore Hack the discreet gentleman inform a them that they would find their property on the River Bottom some Miles Distant where ure enough they did find the said express. Cd quot an editor in Vermont says that a person who can we rite editorial when suffering with the Toothache can kick up his heels Over the grave of Hope a Nap his defying lingers in the face of time Aud sorrow. New York june 26 flour firm with Mure inquiry for ales lab Porc if item i $ i 75 Gaud was torn $1 extra Ohio $4 37<�. A off a. By a flour m Aree at us. Van meal 82 1 for Mafe . For Jersey. Wheat i Batter a Aie 5,48 0 bushels a Era epee affix 021� in i 10 Carnahan 97r. Kit is better 2.0ml Lausei a a id at 74c. Cura improving a a a 2u,uu0 bushels Western mixed at a onic. Ates a it re easier Wilh a mail a ale Al $14 5� t Mew Aud $14 for old new Prima $12 87. is inquired a it it of. New u103. 5<�<k for prime. Lard i lower a a Luu barrel at Cut meat Are a Lead Active. Stucks Are firm other article unchanged Dull majority. By a i Patch from Columbus last evening we learn that the new Constitution has carried by about Twenty thousands probably by forty thousand. Good this is much better Titan we License Haun Josh Teddy fifty thousand far state of the entire Revenue for the fiscal year ending june 30, let Hal will make fire millions of dollars being five million Over the estimates. Of Fhi amount two millions will be crop item to a Altornia about Fin t v eight million to the Atlantic port. Die receipts from Sale of Public land will reach two millions five by Indrea thousand a looters exclusive of land scrip land bounties la. O Brien letter from Vandiemen land a uts that Booth of ricin a become Tutor to a gentleman a family in the to Loisy that or. Meagher is about to vary the Unni Tony of convict life by taking unto Hui a a of 4� a a it �1 of m�4 Bennett a Farmers daughter. There is Only ltd a Paiker a a a Ityl a monthly Sheet in the arabic language at four Dollar a year. It is devoted mainly to the pow-,.t% that be every re be in tiie employ of the Pacha is obliged to subscribe to it. Melancholy 1h$i>ensatimi Bedford Indiana Standard of the 19th inst. States that on the saturday preceding while i. William Dve i son were at work in their Cornfield in ire a for cot inter a Shower of rain a Tompai Iier by lightning Thumler swede Only came up when father Ami son. Haring taken shelter under a tree were struck by lightning instantly killed. Or. Dye was a minister of the a a Christian a denomination a expected to preach in his House in that Day it a not until Are the a it mgr gation had assembled his wife had gone to the place where he was at work to a certain Why he did come Home to lilt his appointment that the Al Hattre even became known. The feelings of the Bereave to wife Mother on the discovery of iter loss May be imagined but cannot be desert bed. I Strong inti Imp oct me at .41� the Al lowing double ent wire a per pet rated at a Public a Liluer a few a Laj a a Ince at Quetu Tow a c. We dam your canal blast your furnaces sink your coat pits Down with your Railroad a us with your electric tilt graphs Over with your suspension part editor of the Albany dutchman is a philosopher. We Cut Horn iut last paper the Louo Wung a to he a Ober Man a a Kim of Lew thing better than soda water or time. The very men who Are now i the pillar of the Church a were Only a Lew year ago among the Rowdy Young men that fought w Ith the night police broke the City to Rupee while the Hgt it that new go it with a Rush will a Quarter of a Century hence he known a 4 the Vete Iau of the Mexica War an 1 toted about the direct on Ludepen Lence Day a the remnants of on age that a aved the a gentleman who had i Tenet i attentively to a Long diffuse highly ornamental prayer a asked by one of the member. It be did not think tire us Nailer was very gifted in yes he a splint a i think it w a As Good a purer As was Ever off ltd to a i engr a Atun Plank Little time during w hich these roads have been in use among us hag enable us to see How they should be constructed to avoid certain errors naturally fallen into with those at first Laid Down. The first criticism regards. first roads were made of Pine Plank nut on a Road which is t be travelled it is of Little use to construct a Pine Road since the planks w ill Wear for Cush in a very Short time. A single season will a Lestroy on a Road like the use leading into this City Many of the planks. If a Road is not very Muffi travelled the Timber will rot out in a very Short tune. Hemlock i better in both resp cts but is not plenty in this Region. Our material is Oak. Which is the most abundant of any Timber produced among us. Black Walnut in some District is plenty enough Ami is As durable As Oak. a Lank Mads should be delivered of water. The great Erro of some of the Plank in Gug in this City particularly on Lake Randolph a treets is that the water is suffered to collect in the cracks Between the planks. Consequently the Plank does not lie firm for the crossing by a team moves it anti sets the water in motion which washes a Small Crevice beneath it this is grail Aliy enlarged until there Are Large vacant a aces under the planking. The evils of this Are three told. Being unsupported the Plank Rolls slightly Ami wears Oil at thee Ives it also Springs or bends am is thereby weaken a a further the presence of the air bet a eth rots it so that it is attacked on both Side at once. Such planking will not last one third As Ong As it should do. If it can be perfectly Sola Wilry it is win bed led in the Earth by which the latinos a he a Are is entirely excluded frown beneath the Only Wear is above by the passage of teams. Thu in such cases will be very a mall indeed. The planking first put Down a this City in the summer of 1813, is now apparently a Good As when first Laid though there were errors committed in the work. The use of Large stringers beneath is also an error. The planks ought to rest on the Earth for their support. Stringers Are Only useful in keeping the Plank frown turning which especially at first they Are liable to do while the Earth beneath them is soft there should be no impediment to the compact snug be tiding blown of the whole superin Structure of the Road. Prairie Farmer. 4ve9\od by july l my a. Napoleon l coat of before Napoleon set out for Belgium he sent for the Cleverest Arttzas of his class in Paris demanded of Hui whether he would engage to make a coat of mail to be worn under the Ordinary military dress which shall be absolute a a Bullet proof Ami that if so he might name his own Price for such a we Ork. The Man engaged to make the Ile sired object ii allowed proper tune he name a eighteen thousand francs As he Price of it. The bargain was concluded in a Lue time the work was produced ail the Artisan Honorey w Ith a second audience of the emperor. A now a said i Imperial majesty a put it the Man did so. A was 1 am to stake my life on its Efficacy you will i suppose have no objection to a to the he took a Brace a it pistols anti prepared to i charge one of them at the breast of astonished artist. There was no retreating however anti half Deal with fear he stood the fire Ami to the inmate credit of his work with perfect impunity. But the emperor was not Content with one trial. He Fiertl the second pistol at the Back of the artist afterwards discharged a Fow Ling piece at an other a Art of him with a similar effect. A Well a said the emperor a you have pro Luce a a capital work undoubtedly. What is the Price of it a eighteen thousand francs were named As the agree sum. A a there is an Oiler Lor them a said the emperor a a a Here is another for an equal sum for the fright i have Given Ziv Avery worthy Fisherman by the name of Grizzle was drowned some True since Ami All search for his body was unavailing. Alter it had bet Niu the water sum months it was discovered fluting on the surface taken to the Shore whereupon or Smith was dispatched to convey the intelligence to the Allelic Tel widow. Or. Smith. A Well or. Grizzle we have found or. Grizzled a body a mrs. Grizzle. A you done to say so a or. S. A yes we have the jury has Sot on it found it Fco of mrs. G. A you done to say or. Grizzele a body i full of eels a a mrs. S. A yes it is a we want to know what you will have done with mrs. G. A Why. Bow Many eels should you think there is in fixin a or. S. 44 Why about a Bushel. Mrs. I. A Why then i think you had better Send the eels up to the House set him Groin Good advice eat uss Yon would be have not a doubt that half the diseases in this country where such an abundance of the necessaries of life prevail Are brought on by Over eating. Thousands eat when they do not feel hungry. Of a xxx thus taken cannot hut he injurious. A sensible co Tempo Rary remarks 44 never eat w Hen you Are not hungry. Just As Well take Medicine when in Good health As to Force your loud upon yourself. All errors As to diet arise from Quantity or Quality. Always eat that Winch you like Best which you find Fri it a experience is followed by no uncomfortable feelings. Eat As much at one meal As will allow you to become decidedly hungry by the next meal this can Only be determined by consecutive observations but remember never Swallow an atom of of 1 unless you Are hungry. The brute creation cannot be induced to eat or drink if slightly ill or excited guided Only by their poor Blind instincts we who Are so much higher than they by the reason that is within us ought to be a Shainey to less w Isely yet nine tenths of All our ailments acute Ami chronic enter Here nine tenths of them All might be cured by abstinence if begun in reasonable people also eat in this country As if a locomotive was after them As it seems to be a trial who shall quickest get through. Camilla Progress of the insurrection against petticoats flowing skirts trams has taken a Western direction. The Bloomington 111. A a la bulletin says a during the past week several of our Young ladies have drop a ted the Long dangling mops which has constituted the female dress appeared in the Bloomer style. They attracted the Universal attention admiration of All who saw them. We Trust now that the ice is broken the a Iress will he adopted by ally the san Francisco Picayune says that the churches their have determined to sing to More Long meter tunes they being too slow for the country people. Law for Young people must he Matloc to hold their Heads up shoulders Hack while standing sitting or walking. A the Best bed for children Are of hair Cotton. Y Oung persons should exercise at least two hours a Day in the open air. Every a Erson great Aud Small should Wash All Over in cold water every morning. Reading alow is conductive to health. Sleeping apartments should have a fireplace or some Mode of ventilation beside the windows. The Best remedy for eyes weakened by night use is cold water. Melancholy Are just informed by or. Duncan of Knoxville that or. A. Barnum an old much respected a citizen of that town committed suicide yesterday by hanging himself. He was found suspended by the neck in his a table entirely Deal. He i supposed to have been Labouring under a temporary derangement of exturs letter 27 5 tit a lady hired a Western coun Fajr girl for family a help a was surprised to see her poke her head into the parlor one Are noon when visitors were present ask a a marm a lid you Call just now ? 1 thought 1 carrying polite a a to excess is said to be tailing your Nat to Bow to a Young lady in the allowing a couple a f a i iffy collars a pair of socks to tall out us Oti the sidewalk. We like the remark of a patriotic citizen of Charleston w to aul Vav Lien South Carolina leaves the Union. I a Hail move into the suited states. Never shrink froth doing any thing w hich your he Ines Call you to. The Man who i above his business May one Day find his business above him. The Best thing about a girl is cheerfulness. We a Ion care How Ruddy her Cheeks May be or How v velvety her lips. If she Wear a ltd a it even her Friend a will cd of it a Ider her ill looking while the vat no Law by who illuminates her cd Sun Teanee with a Miles willbe regarded As handsome. Though her Rotny exion May be ear a enough of Gate Nutmeg on. A perfume is to the Rose no is Good nature to the Lovely. A very pave wot a a Long ago. On the roast ltd of afric. A Captain a Giring to throw one of the Crew that was a lying overboard before he was a Lead. He the Man May a a a 4 a i a going to Bury me Aller Are you a a a of say the Captain a you be so Jolly a a articular to a few at a late honer a in England 3.1 horses were entered. One Man lost Lour Hundred thousand dollars on a single bet. Col. Benton s new . Bew ton say a Philho Imbia Prpic. Hosit to no ,.�?the a def Mixior. 5 b. , amp a amp a a a Wil. Account for the want of our usual variety \ Ullh w Kcf a a up of has a in this mornings paper. Insurance companies the code. The failure of the Knox insurance company an account of which May be Fourni in another column the fact that the code passe i at the late session of the legislature Bee on yesterday first of july 1851, the Law of the Laud singularly illustrated. He a entered int a at arrangement with a House of Stamf Vita in a Stew for the publication of his forthcoming work which is intended to embrace All his important Suie Eybes a luring a period of thirty Yerues Back some of his writing of an earlier Twe. We in a a connecting Contemp Oram oui history a it of a times More particularly of the administrations which succeeded each a her during tows the fitness of w. Offer a fitting Opportunity for us most respect a third of a Century. Of the fitness re a Al a a fee the task the in Tony Register fully to suggest the immediate organization of a Home insurance company among us one which upon the real pro it erty owned by our citizens we a keep at Home its earning afford confident Assurance to All who May place a be Petal ence upon its representations that what it promises to it to will be strictly Ami honestly performed. Fotr years ago this scheme was first started in our Community but for the timidity of a few capitalists among us would then have been carried into operation. The co be having amply provided the necessary Power for such companies at the ome Tima done away with All the objections to which the then existing Laws were obnoxious the most Speed by Peru at which the company can be brought into immediate operation u in our opinion the Hest by few of our Public men Are better fitted foe this laborious Ami important task than he win has engaged to devote Bis time Ami Talent to it the toil which would dishearten a a a Dimry oven will be to hit a pleasure am pastime not a Vly for the personal priv be which is necessarily �1� cached to anything connect a with per Wool history. But also Beau a be has Long a Chounl himself to a system of study research cow position which does not admit of indolence or weariness. However much we a Bay have been constrained to differ with col. Benton on a pies tons of political Orcy we hive never a among those who Jive Neil in an Uro Rel cry again hit patriotism or in the habitual assault upon his Public character. Nor Are we dispo��e4 to forget his eminent serv ices during the a fit a of the Oregon controversy when Ifni a a to no himself of party a wry dices. He Row to the High rank of an elevated at i Tgu Ifie a statesman by his laborious valuable i�ve4<ar�<�u�, contribute very mater tally to restrain false most fitting 1110 Knox insurance company j current of popular opinion y Welt not to Wirg the National my in a a just in Rumm was one of the most important agencies among us did almost As heavy a business As any m our City. Its failure at the present time though swindling our citizens out of the premiums they have pm in i May be cd Side re a my it St opportune i inasmuch As no losses have accrued by which they could suffer an Opportunity is now offered for insuring in other companies whose solvency will secure them against future casualties. Five thousand dollars a year on an average for the last ten years May be considered a Low object restore the relations of Amity which were so near being interrupt Tel Between great Britain the United state. We a it it a armr him a work which will a ii witless or us to �4 or Tali ties the per a on j i views Folia i we it re indices natural to the Man Job Titan a but w hich will be a valuable historical Reeves the a Rry la Mien Law i. In this co us try our Timber Forest have been esteemed of Small value Ami an in Coli Wehbie amount of Timber Trees have bet n wasted lit years Box. Gradually however Timber o4 All a i rip Tio i growing a it Arcer More a a. N. ,. _ children can a a it in no surer Way Tau by Wenty per cent May be considered at the same a of Wil it a. Ass the Points. Estimate of the amount of Money taken out of Hie. Bebee Many year the Man who wish our City for the single item of insurance. j leave a Fortune to his Chat Iren Grain to time a Low estimate of the profits to be a derived from get Well conducted insurance company. It is Iru leed such institutions of these in our min list that will Render us a prosperous wealthy Community Anil we Hope to see such an Attel with go mid Timber Trees. Some of Tow largest fortunes of the English nobility have been realized from forests planted by their Ait Rdv a. A great a Lea has been written by men who know i nothing about the matter m Reio Luu Lothy Parks preserve forests id the English nobility a Ance of our citizens at the Council room to i if they oct Upter land merely in the pm eos me a a i the Rich which ought to be thrown own to a Cultivar Iori. In conversation with a a Inibig a Morrow night As will not Only attest the interest the Community feels in this matter hut w ill ensure its going ahead without further a Telay. Now i the Lime 1� Fatahi Irir Lor the Telegraph. The new hostage Law is now in Lull Force will operate to the following effect of our paper 1. In de Moines county postage free. 2. For a distance not exceeding fifty guides five cents a her Quarter. 3. Over fire not exceed Ling three Faun in re a Miles ten cents per Quarter. 4. Over three Hundred not exceeding one thousand mites fifteen cents per Quarter. 5. Over one thousand not exceeding two Tho Saml Miles Twenty cents per Quarter. 6. Over two thousand not exceeding four thousand to ills Twenty five cents per a a Tuu Ter. Englishman some time age it we were a re real by him that the country As Well of 11 present owners of the so valuable estates owed a debt of gratitude to How who planted first preserve these Gronn la. In Many care land which were of Little value r half Century ago were nolo Mil Ami of anted wih Timber re a be it Are now of inestimable value i eating Sorna of the finest Timber in the world Allie re Tang j the richest grazing for cattle. The wealthiest of the nobility receive Cut la j into these enclosure of a or pm Ture. Ami in Many of i these most valuable beaut fid you will see All around live Gates Aud of the a Miter 1 Row of Trees painted notices that a certain Quai ber of animals can be postured of the grounds. The immense commercial Ami naval Marine of i or gland As Well of its dense �.potato�, has rendered Timber of All Kii a Sone of the most Val a liable Saleable products of the soil it is i preserved Ami watched As carefully m Gold. The amount of Timber Al one of named in erg Yve Hope therefore to receive subscribers by j am u estimated at $ll5, by Fri the dozen hereafter we would say by Way of goo at vice if you want to take a paper 4 what ii a paper a subscribe for the Telegraph. Four a a at july. Young ladies would Call the attention of our citizens generally the Young men old bachelors in particular to the notice of Young ladies in another column. They propose to rive an entertainment in the bad Zementa it of the congregational Church on Friday evening next the 4th inst. A Good supper other refreshments Are save your a limes for the Young ladies. Sly a the River is still rising but barely enough to be noticed. Reimal to the whole value of the foreign Imp a re of the i a item to state Arvd of the aug ltd it to we utmost efforts of tiie Fanner avid tiie nobility i i Only Able to Supply about $80,uu4kf us of Louw grown $3ujll a a it Rio m value to he imported. F it try Oaks Are computer to an acre in i these planted preserved forests wharf Are j appraised at 52,2�?~.<oonan a Bur Yimet 1 Turau. _ a Spanish , who is to Rieal fan a Bills is in a whirlwind of excite i Menf with the apparition of see Ora Camara a Spanish Danum a a a who is declared to have \ thrown the laurels of the in a it famous French i Queens of the Ballet into the a Hale. Her grave vehemence is de dared to have i a effect far beyond the unmeaning anti smiling i graces of cent a air to Khz Ler. From it first appearance i a Camara la a it Field Haris subject to a the Point of her Little foot uni the smallest Ami pret Fie to foot it is that was Ever seen upon a j Lancer she is Young exceedingly Beauf dul delicate but nervously intense Ami a Lancing is More bet element than her Art. 8he precipitate her so 11 upon the some Lashe away into tin most captivating a Touny lib a a mimicry am motion Posable to conceive. Her look speak the 1th. Hope be out. Her gestures seem to scream her l no to swoon her body convulsed with Grace Ami her Leef n. A Tribune of the j Tremmie bound As if tie very Genius of dance were frenzies in ecstacy with her. At the same time seems exaggerating nothing. nothing y Only to the impulse of a new so .1 Ami shape of woman. Her a ire on another a arson would have been him get 4�oo showy bizarre for it was of Spanish gorgeousness. Am too marked with contrast of or parisian tax Tel hut at tins first represent Aliou ii a enthusiasm became Spanish spoke Spanish thought Spanish saw spams a a Ami it was Only alter two or three repro a a to Tion that it was sufficiently calmed Ami collected to recover its French Tongue a Eye. A Home journal. State Fen Uible. At a meeting of the military company recently formed in this City held on monday vening last the above name was adopted tor said company. The members of the company we learn Are making every Effort for a Parade on immigration 18th inst. Says that in the past forty eight hours eleven vessels arrived at that port having on Board 1,08�?~j emigrants from foreign countries. At Fillmore is engaged personally in an examination into the affairs of the several department at a Washington. Accident to tiie Uncle regret to learn that the Uncle Toby which left ibis place on tuesday evening last with a Good cargo for Cen Lar rapids inter Iuey Liate places on Cedar River had the misfortune to burst the connecting pipe break a shall about two o clock on by wednesday while tossing through the w Estern portion of this county. Yve understand that she was entirely disabled am will be compelled to Lay by until important repairs Ore made. A portion of the broken machinery was brought to this place on thurs Lav to be sent below. No person was Veky Muscatine. The Telegraph of tuesday comes to a with the announcement that the Peoria Mississippi Railroad company is a a organized a the Tompie Tion of the Road a fixed fact a that a a Burlington is the Western terminus a All right. A Fairfield Sentinel almost a Tornado. A violent storm raged in this Neighb orhoo a on thursday evening Aud we Are fearful we Wilt yet hear of much damage being a me to property for some distance up Down the River. The blow at this Point was not accompanies by much rain but we Are informed by the officers of the Fleetwood which was coming Down the River at villainy on a Large m ale. The Shawnee Tori .1 Iroe ate of the with contains a Long article detailing the particulars of the discovery arrest of a gang of villains who have carried to on for years a St a regular system of kidnapping slaves forgery thieving i anti perhaps murder. There Garter were i on Yyi Olfes Island ky., near the Corner of the j states of Kentucky , Illinois Ami Missouri hand a discovered not Long since through the failure of an attempt by m e of the eng leaders to murder a or. Swayne w to had recovery a a pm Glement for some 000 against Newton e. Wright another Peony nent member of the gang. In m by 185�, Wright gave Abe Thomas a Man of be Perate character j $150 to Kilt or. A. Accordingly Tho n As pretending to wish the Doeff or to visit his j sick lather entice him frown human attempted a to murder him but the doctor after being shot in the Arm. Gave the alarm the desperado escaped. every exertion was made to ferret out the villain so deeply was the plot Laid that tie was Only Occil Entz ily r in Eiwood Wincn was coming own Pic River u i Fri Sci a Short time ago Ami is discovery the time that n addition to a Strong wind which #jt0 he a lilo ure of the Dluzin of the threw the boat towards the Shore a con Ide Rabie Quantity of rain fell. The Steamer a Frumento i which was lying at the upper Landing was blown from her moorings ail a Oates a along with the current against the Highland Mary no. 2, which was a Short distance below. A a ortion of the j guards wheel House of the latter boat was carried off it will perhaps involve an sex pen Dit re of $200 to re a air the damage. The new England which had just arrived from Keokuk found great difficulty in withstanding the violence of the storm was blown Over against the Illinois Shore but was brought Back alter the w . Louis l Siam. Company. They see me to have made a regular business of stealing slave in a uie state running them of to another there Selling Thorn. Another of their nodes of speculating in a a a Groes seems to a have been As it flows some o4 their emissaries would make a tour through on a a of the neighbouring slave states enticing slaves to run away Rel providing to Weir victims with Means to get Init a Southern . Arrived there the fugitive were arrested by of tows of the gang on the Lookout for the runaways in Titius to them were set up Mandy me by false the Timony penury. The slaves were then Token info one of the slave Stales sold. They carried on i her a prunes of swindling a Pon Oti extensive scale by Means of fictitious claims against estate old Lee eased or rvs a. Having forged notes for urge amounts against Uch puffing at Public hse Tion Eit Lues the right supreme court of Peu Sylvania a just deride a at Harrisburg that tie employment of a Puffer at a Public auction vitiate a sole the buyer is defrauded even Tsotigh he did not no to a a the. A dicta a Wofle in tint a a thu �<>�?��?���?�1 a a a a it a a quot. A. Quot a o Union of the win.-,. A inn it de fan 1 f in of a. H. On. Enn. Whenever he is incited by artful Means to bid i a ? sf0� it More Nhsn Hoof Herwitt would whenever the i a Arr Al it Ron Price is even so enhanced by a Ecret contrivance he is cheated. This is an important decision. A la \ new style for gentlemen a dress has made its appear Aiice in town. It a a sack coat reaching to the hips with pants closely fitting Hie body a limbs fastened at the knee after the Itu Umer of the old style with Long stockings to match. Tassel Are attached to each knee Complete the suit. Vyse supp lose this to be a set off to the change in j to a the ladies costume. Yvo hat next a Mon Mouth .11 to s. Cow hiding a i a \ v. A qut the an excitement was created on Jefferson str quot. Near to a a get Otic saturday evening by a personal collision Between two to factors which is a in a to have been quot a trunks try it a cause by san serous communication published Robard pm h. Thi a he divvied taking. Elul % o far As to take the depo Situm a 4 prove Tel w Ith county a eau Ami eve re Pii site to give their proof the sem Blance of 4 in Emmea Gazette. Elo Kment in Cvtiroaxix Pam ii raid relates the following Case of elopement a Lely at sin Francisco on the morning of the sailing of the Tennessee was a pne Fly seated Reading Over the list of passenger who Hod engaged for Panama when to her Atoui hed there Apfl cared the name of her Iii bail a in Tho Youlif she Blieve ber own Eye is no knew that Bei husband trunk were packet Ami that lie bad bar a be Waal a Al aged to go to Sacramento on Busine which would a of Tain Hui a Tew startled convinced by the truth thus Raar Ite feel to her she Routtu in a a a flask a a paper. One accused the of tier of hem to in aug Hor of the Public Alioth availed him with a Cane Aiea Are placing him hots do Eom hot Drew a cowhide vigorously applied it to his patient s Hack Ami a boulders in anything but h it mtr Opalic . Jour. The whole of the a a it Rijk Ftp of the Rad Road company a percent Bonds were taken 10 no or York last week at per. Wash Mon. Wednesday june 8. A Iierman named John myer was convicted at the cd Iii us court to Day of forging lust warrant. I reproach a Man with the faults of his . A Al never say any thing to him relative to Bis Lault a unless you want to rut him. The Secretary a i the trea Ury he a onofred the dismissal of five a a re custom Louie inspect Oli of the 1st it , tensing tikium the a a lion so Bare a a Bleb was excess higly g of Nero is 0� her Nart. In a knt tune the affectionate huge to it Al Al boy be her Good Bye telling her he we Auld he Bock in three Orff mar a lays Little suspecting that she was not of it i by cognizant of i Kittany bid that out of it Means a the hat pro win ted ainu to Fork Rry Eif. I left a pvt a us Huard the to Iii was. Came to tinsel to. is now a no a no Way to new a irk j whilst ins Dew red Wile in ,.oc. A a to Thandi i that she a so easily god riot us i a Coute up-1 Tibye wretch a i conduct Psi be Hua to be. Up it h Tfir what make you it up a a i a a sir a said a other to i Sun who mar i Appeal Ance at the Bicak oat table a bout to o clock. A a Lite by by father i was in it with the Lark a a a Vuu the a a a a air Lor the in a a a a Don t re�0. 1 up �0 Tang with the Lark b it Eoto Down a Tittle Carrier to break Fly pay tiie in iter an 1 vow us a Iez Chw did

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