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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 12, 1851, Burlington, Iowa 51 Fornili slant Rel in he i \ Imi drat re i tax it Crater St rare coins Rorr 5lgrimlturr, 51rts, and a Nurmi us of a luf Baij. A by Morgan amp my Kenny. Most in my fwd 7. I is. Of his wave and joined the methodist written a Fetter to the Keokuk Rie Byz it Sklom a Delazon sometimes j cold is on Sun a the Keosauqua and who pm oath a a very properly abandoned the error fun Rah Nipa ice a a a which lie intimates that if any body Jet him ,0 Retra let anything he said while ice items last fall they will find them Relve a a it Kei rather gives the world to under a i i that joining Church although a Good a a a a a self u not exactly tantamount to give up entirely the world the Llesh and the no politics after All. In fact Del Axon As a Vrh As says that he no idea of turning a the political affairs of the country to the a ii Agri nent of the irreligious and evidently intend to take a hand if Opportunity should offer. To free country Delazon As much right to be a South As the veritable Jolt himself. A it of the better plan is to let the gentleman speak in h no Elf. We append a portion of his letter the sincere prayer that the , in his w is Down and mercy wiil be a to so dispose events a to promote the food temporal and spiritual of our Long i a quot reclaimed brother if m a bum More. I was i humbly Trust what i ought Long since to Hare done to fire cd heart to a a a i Aud to vow eternal allegiance to die a cows Christ of this i made an open and wild unfeigned Pride a a and United . Offt dirty hit. Arcu to no a to add rash Public a a Etc big a. F complied in nuts a i Inman re. With of the pm a pie by a fee nut it Uig i them a we the i Deere of revealed quot is Iii a a. What Why the pre a it that i Ain a method it pts cd a Ami what the Why a the or Corpse la Roi Itka a 1 Hart to re adv that there a team Suard a Ufi Ienz car. A of two use quot without Yan l Rity. What my run to h m Only i have satan tit Dall to ii guidance lie another Pleast re party from the City of Keort k. The packet Steamer new England i Large party of ladies and gentlemen from Keo Kuk and Quincy arrived at our Landing about 11 Oclock on the night of the 4th. As the hour was late and the rain falling quite freely but few of our citizens the pleasure of Greet my the Welcome visitors. Much regret been expressed among our citizens that they not been apprised of the Erent in time to have prepared for it and to have extended in a becoming manner the courtesies and Hospital ties due on such occasion and which they would have been most Happy to have offered. The party was a i age one embracing much of the Beauty and fashion of our sister City and the pleasures of the occasion were greatly High ened by the presence of excellent music to whose delightful measures there appeared to be a pretty general tripping of the Light fantastic toe. These visits begin o Appeal to our Burlington i id and if we would retain the go i regards of our neighbors and cultivate As they deserve the kindly social relations so happily existing Between the two cities we must Manifest our to i ability by returning these Friendly Calls a and the sooner we do so. The better shall we All feel. A pleasure trip to Keokuk could be Marie truly delightful our fair friends we Are sure would rejoice at the Opportunity a and the present stage of the River is absolutely tempting. We respectfully submit the matter to the gallantry of the Young gentlemen of Burlington. The44 state Fenci Bles a armed Cap a pie w Ould doubtless Volunteer their services As an escort. In this connection we would beg leave to return our thanks for the handsome though pc amp out. A a re1 in right. I am Nei ber a King f r or Cape etrog slightly wilted Boquet politely handed us on be �4ta Futi in. By i beg leave m to respectfully by for Way a no disagreement in opinion those two it w a if a to concern thin my at it it the politic a of their country. I have not a wonted duty f a on 1 Bare no idea of turning mrw Folk Ial Ami pull Cal m an arc of it of Theroun a the hands of Tny Irreg Toust the Selth and Tymia. I have been informed that certain Polisi Cuns of this sets Are Kuian ting and expecting tron me the pub Letic pwn of regret Aat Tiseo Ouist i pursued i the statement Trade last summer when cannae aah this Comaty an 1 did Triet. All such demands and zip Srtatton mar be forever abandoned. I set sum Are i uttered the truth and to doing so. Obeyed the a quot fatty intall Gooya and now m re surveying it Beliera it c up re and is sanctioned by Chris Flor. Riptoe. Is Ritzig been forms Ify a readout quot of the Derno a Rafie party and a formally read into the Christian Sureh. I fee a Syarif at Liberty in future to vote fur him 1 please. Without any regard to party Jarir dicta thai. Through the kit Osiss ? of a Felt rum �4 ibo Lea it in is of the Don cratic part my tier hic try been greatly in argon a f am Natu Nii enough thrown Back up it a the old jeffersonian a Aiu by m regard to candidates for office 1� they Eane to and ii Audi to the Constitution of the is Frei states ? of my i shall vote for no Man was it Kos not in my judgement pisses the a qualify Soukos. And surely it will not enhance three Quali Baths or be regarded by me. In any sense As a pre it a sue that the candidate flt a office should have take Luceti an partisan. My own is the be. N of bund tyls of a it cd in Buren county. n Happy to know that the in Dit it a Atuk a of this enu Uty is purer to Day than it Lieen any time since the organisation of Marti of m it. To write it continue. I newly wrap you and your num Irons readers great purity of life and us bounded happiness As the Mai. I am very Reeper to fury an l truly oui too event and Humble tenant Del a a on Smith. Moxa amp Al log allow cd in Low a fool tiler 7t p a to a we Are Iti formed that under the new too Witch went Inlo effect on late 1st instant damage licenses can be issued Only by the county judge and Liat during Llie time which in Dap e from lie taking effect of the Law and the election of a judge a month olt a eff no provision whatever been made author Guthe clerk of the District court As hereto fire to Tonske out the necessary 44 doclments., i t joke a was is a joke a a and one which will probably let a Felt As a pretty serious one in some garters. If however parties cannot wait and prefer to have the Law on their Side they have t a port Siuty of crossing Over into the of Missouri Illinois or Wisconsin against which privilege we believe the new code in lie Baste of preparation neglected to provide. . At St. earthquake sirs Republican of the a was Felt in this c a a Csc erday morning about 10 there were three distinct shocks the w Hole occurring in about one minute. A fund who sorted the occurrence says that the Nolion was or a rave like and appeared to proceed from the Southwest. The second Shock Cec Medly the strongest the first and third being a bout equal to each other. None of them were accompanied any perceptible sound. As Cirino Winant a watch in Bis baud the time and duration can be relied upon As the morning was somewhat Cloudy coot and Ca quot a followed not a great while alter Ward by a in Light rain Thunder. About Hall past a Oil cleared up warm Sunshine and so cent sued for the balance of the Day. The of Cath. With the exception of a few a Knock Downs quot a on water Street late in the , paced off As quietly As usual. The bit Arr made partial demonstrations two or three time in the course of the Day and con or their Short experience in the Drill Aeq attend themselves quite Well. As but few of tie Waii Riuas Becu Fiji tied the turn out was rather limited for a handsome display. The ladies fair at the congregational Church t5 4witb.�?~a Aling the rain was Well attended �4 it Ftp tented to have been a very pleasant afar. To we take leave to state for the information of a Muscatine enquirer that All that a few said on our part in relation to editorial a a w As addressed to the gentle and no4 to the Puppy of the Iowa press. 13 brother Sanders of the Davenport a half of the company and take pleasure in publishing the Beautiful verses Winch it was accompanied to Burlington. We come again to Greet you. We cannot Harbor Bate we cute again to meet you we from the Thuee a a Flowers a have All wilted or we would bring them backs but Well make it no in 44 juleps a what we in a a roses quot Lack. A old a we a now Don t look surly we a a took quot it my in fun and Well drink a Friendly a a bumper quot the boys of a a Here a health to thee 44 Al let Hills quot and May a thou Ever keep thy by it a he deck a 4 roses quot above the a a Island when other All Are under Well mount the highest rite thumb upon our ,�? and Beckon 44 All Keokuk. To Keokuk we Welcome thee dear nip hearts plumb full of feeling. And in this Yordi Hearty grip. There is no thought of 44 these Flowers Are some withered that s rather a Plain fact but the gift goes tour 4 git Kard 11 the same As if intact. 44 old Hawk a Dropp d the surly and leaks As plea a Day fun he apologized As it arly As be saw 44 a saw a been Here s la k to thee High nip and Bay a thou never know How Unrur Al i to be without a cock to Crow when others All by tracks Are flank a and car Ruih cranking by Well raise a Finger slyly up. And Ope the Corner of an Eye. Baku min. Foj the River we understand is tailing fast at this place. In i the Quincy w Hig. The cholera. Or. L. Cox of new York issued a Little pamphlet upon this disease which at this time will be useful if widely circulated. The great Point that he make is that what Are called the premonitory symptom of the cholera Are the cholera itself and must be attacked As such diarrhoea therefore in regarded As the ruling feature of the do Exie. And upon its proper treatment it let and All the succeeding symptoms As wet As final re ult. The comm it a cholera of the country commence in the Moui Aeh a Ith of a a in Ami nausea violent vomiting and then Copi it n discharge first of then Ual use cd mutter then of bile violent pain in the smaller intestine. In the epidemic or Asiatic cholera on the contrary neither nausea or poin is first Manifest. The a tint is first attacked a Looi Ness without a Aiu and then come Tun her rejections Large fluid a sages and finally pure fluid of a Usu Rcd character in Lorg quantities great violence yet often without nun or nausea. There is therefore a Clear uis Tuk Tiou Jet when the two diseases. The doctor then proceeds to treat of the philosophy of the i Case and the Way to meet it. Cholera the doctor regard a simply a sudden violent discharge of the liquid of the blood. Al tin theory explain every symptom of the disease. The exhaustion which follows is precisely similar to that induced by the loss of blood except the difference in the color of the skin and that i explained he the fact that the water of the blood instead of the red is nausea attends both Hasmon Hages. Cramp always Manifest themselves in cae of death from Osi of blood. The Sud Len reduction of the Hulk of the body is ascribed to the same Caox Eythe loss of its fluids. The same thing accounts fully for the co toes of the . As Well As for the burning heat of which the patient t in Civ lapse of the whole body the sinking of the Eye the shrinking of the fingers and the pinched my Paranee �1 the features. Nil Bear testimony to the last that the blood ves cd have lost their fluid contents. So of 11 the other symptom. He close i treatise to e following direction tor treatment which we copy in full directions fur treatment in the absent of n physician. In order to a Are a some get id in the by enee of physician it will is Well to Fec Pilate and to Divide the disease in several stage briefly relating the several treatment in each. I. Fint we have what May he pm id Erwi the incipient stage. A Bill stage i often in Norkol or Shapr do a out a laity occur but u generally Hajj Lens and if ii disposed to mule some pre Eulous to. La a a j1 m a ppm Ute slight i turn anon a a in patriarch i distinction recently a stunned a 4�t to the editor of the Telegraph. He say a a savr a a editori1 ship is its a we a beat your time a sir by Puarly two y�.4fgj of vie May go Back to the a of conme Cement but we have to confess in the car of continuance our worthy. Twin Eie Horary is entitled to the Palm. Should o4? i of objections however to him let id Deputy patriarch if lie would accept. Washington july 1. Is a in court a trial for the trial of general to Skott to Dav. Thomas b. Barton testified a it the fou siry at ered Crick Burgh va., a dose since 1817. Or. Carmichael was i crested in it but in no other he was not a ride red so trend or in Good circumstances. Re teary Conrad was recalled and examined As co duet of general relative to a he did charge. A batters charged. Toe charge of Dis Obedi awk oof Lape the remedy Bare a Siut be met a a Ceaf the Reguia ions of january last w As Iamb in than lbs Loriner Ray a. A wed the order to or. Carmich. A was isl 1l1 in Tbs hts i Tuiai Tum. A is a a a a a of a or a i Cal a a remain this from Henlly cd two the a web for a re i cd of from three to fire Day. At Unm Ament a. Lisp?4 take ply be if Row can a us Sec in a in the to it Ukweli feel Betm a <4 the i fades and Langu r. Here the remedy is. 1st. Rest to the horizon Tat position if mossime. 2d. The of cordials a a h a eight drop of Pir its of camphor or a table spoon fall of Brandy water a a Meda Aoe Only and not to tie retained it of Ter Ward a a diet great care to awl All improper Aitio us of us to and All i a i eos uie jars of to irregular itis a of . Ii. Feb it u Ibe St be of comes on without pain and is marked by its a a idiot at Only lug relic die Ore lit. on the Bock. 2d. Ihu Aseff a Kuppr Citory it it of Epi Niit Flo Risting of and Grain which is calculated a wily for the a Gin Ning of the digit idea. Audi this if often is inti in it to Arre get the i Watt without Furt Iier activity in the treat Lav it. Is in Aib Littfin the Patu it should me Caiu Jde r a a thai Ivy a. Ice More directed Tilbor ammonia of Otince Ord Ift. Iii. The next stage May be regarded a the advanced period of the diary head when the fierce con rents of the stomach having pay eed off there is Simidy if Nee water this is the immediate tank of Grant Lodge of Mison of this District a a accent .-<1 it invitation of the to Offori is co Twyl a. Let a re 0�?~ihtlf Laikit Jhb a a we approx Riaia ceremonies at the laying of it tiny a tried Cha go from the bowels the Fiat unit w in a Anitis i . A a if pm a wifi assuredly die. 3�i. The next object is to a re tire the fluid to the if nausea or vim Nimg prevail tie Lwft reme do i dec ice Whir. Chicken Tea and a a the a drink. Houshi by freely ?1. 4ui. The con Iai Are than of importance. Brandy an i campy it arc All important hut vol but Ann Oili a opium Cau be relied in. In. When Coli acc a taken place the same Indi can ii of treatment remain but in a degree Vitili mute French on the occasion will Wear a a a a Rogai it and use the same Gavel which 4 quot Era Washington used in 17113 in laying the a a or of the Capitol. Her was received Laurii a the month of a contributions to the National Monu a a it. T r Golem re a March it Here in Afton Lance on court martial. Ill Visoan gis Liture will july 1�?p. To. At to but to Morrow. 5 a a a eff let to it a Charters will be vetoed by for. Ulicy incr a a lbs Bat King up Stirew . Wra he a cd is to give a conceit Here of Tut spend Ibe 4th at the mansion of Iii Tinei. July 1 r. M governor i a in id a Proela Nutton an re it to item of to my Constitution Tofu to direct on the 4ib inst. A packet brings very Giay Liying in s in i a a. Sly i Toui Ici a hic l tatti or gut. Tilts Slygh july 1, 8 r. M. The River is failing slowly i feet much a in to Channel. Weal her cult it a. Great exe lion Are making to have the Ohio and pct isl ataa Railroad a pest tin week to Brighton City. The flour a to upped sine the opening of the canal amount to 1 13,Hsu barrel Baron pout increase of Pound freight 1,1mjkt win lib chops.the 8�. Joseph to adventure says tire recent heavy and continued run i have Injurer All and entirely ruined Many Field of w heat and he Tnp. The a been Saab a. A a a Oiler tit Amin stave out arid wheat injured by rust. 3 a our the. been broken up. Best information we can obtain by Ohayer Safion of soon new fro la Eide to june and yield of these a Flegie to lh4t it Lack mud or i vim its by �0 Iliff adjoining will not exceed a it ont be rth Uff. Was one a Wolf of crop bom Fjeld a a a quot to a quot a m to a Greet a. A immense i Whent Art not Woith Liaise Long. Ibe Prospect file. R let a Tori Abmpr and Heaitly coi hii i a Bat cow Burlington Iowa saturday july 12, 1sj1. Vol. 1�?no. 41. The late William Harris. Extract from fhe pro a edit a up. Of a meeting of Bur Linton Gidge. No. 2�, <4 free and Are pod a Nons held in Liik City a the evening a a Tbs Jtb of june 1851. Whereas it a pleased air night Glt a to take Fri Mytr must it or Tate mod brother win. Harris there fire resolved that the members of this Lodge while regret profoundly the sudden severans of the to which i wetly Lund to. M in the Hong i of lore and Charity to the or late brother take a Mournful jul a ure in the remembrance of his Many virtue i Kinnem of heart i Genei Selry of nature his Man 11 not. Of a i Caracter and the Faith falness of his used Assif resolved that the sincere a Empathise of the uni be Are hereby tendered to the widow and a mph a quot of our deceased pro Tbs a and that a but a Peak the feelings of ail our Brethren in this City whom he he for a or ate i. What a we Fay that he a universally re period and a themed by All who knew him both As Raaz and a a ,. Bus Olvry that a ropy of theft a Reg a ing resolutions be f., lad to the Wulkow of our Dwe red , jul that a Ako be forwarded for publication in the City paper. Rough casting,fcc., on blk k and bricklaying.we commend say the Louisville courier the following Well considered article to the attention of builders and other in this City during a Long residence in this my adopted county i have observed regret and pain that so Many costly edifices Are def iced by the Ca ing of the rough coat where in Europe a a Lif ices May be seen that have endured centuries without such b term she m much so that it is difficulty tie mortar can be severed from the Brick having become a a Olid mass and it a been thought that the ancients possessed a particular secret in preparing the mortar which however is not the Case. Seeing that several particularly Church edifices Are now being erected in tin City intended to be rough cast arid having during nay architectural studies in my youth observed the or w , 1 thought it might be of use to Desenze that process. first preparing the Lime. The Lime should be slaked As usual clean water to the con Stence of Cream mid w Hile hot let into pits which when filled must be covered Earth to the air and remain a sufficient a Une to obtain an intimate solution of the utmost minute particle which inny a effected in about i to months w Hen in will be found of the consistence of new male cheese it is now spread out for be As needed. 2. Preparing the sind. This a hound he entirely Silic Inu and by washing freed from All Loreign matter for any substance containing Loam Clay or vegetable matter is antagonistic to Lime. of Lime and three fourths of Sand diluted a suitable Quantity of clean water Are to be intimately mixed and the mortar w ill be ready for use. 3. Jay my the Brick. The Brick should be saturated clean water tree from adhering dust and con p etly imbedded in the mortar filling the perpendicular spaces but outside about three fourths of an Inch of the spares around the Brick should be left out in which w ill form so Man binders or clasps to fast a the mortar. The rough casting May now he proceeded . In doing this the Buck should be netted again As the work proceeds. The mortar is to be firmly Laid pressing it into the open spaces. No More than one coat should Ever be Given and this of e coat i have seen the hair do Oquest architectural moulding produced. The sol id i i y of mortar is owing to the Clairys to i action of the Lime and consequent adherence to the Brick or Stone As it must lie evident that in the present Tuxie of proceeding the dry Brick will quickly absorb the water from the Lime and thus prevent its Chrystal Zaniou and tiles the foregoing principles Are followed the mortar will remain soil like Chalk and to an he severed from 4oil� or Buck the a lightest in Triune it As Lias lately been exemplified in the jail building facilitating the escape of prisoners. I observe that on the partly finish cd Baptist and Catholic Cli urch building the space Are tuesday . July a 101. A Rost me t Oiver tit Sec Exsior declared it in end approaches if any one doubts the secret purpose of our free Horn female population let him read the following proceedings of a Public meeting recently held in the City of new York. Sinister hints dropped within our hearing and certain misgivings at divers times Long since Halfway aroused our suspicion that there was a general understanding of seme kind among the sex relative to natural rights and one which looked to a decided demonstration at some future period but we were not fully prepared for the sudden and decisive Steps Here Laid Down and publicly proclaimed As the Law of Universal Petticoat Dom. It is for the Public we mean the he pith lick to decide upon the course of action necessary to be taken in the premises. A a journalist it is simply our duty to sound the alarm by giving the new just a we find it. We would Only suggest that there is no time to be lost. If anything is to be done about if it Kho Uhl be done at once or 44 the balance of Mankind a should forever after hold their peace. As a matter of individual taste or sentiment it is All the same to us whatever our fair country women May Wear or May not Wear. We have an abiding Confidence that More or less of their loveliness will always he visible to the naked Eye and the More we see the More we must Admire while for All practical purposes be the fashions what they May the dear creatures themselves will continue to be just the same that they 44 used to was affectionate wives Lovely daughters and charming Sweet hearts. The new York ladies it appears assign As a reason for their course that the present fashion is not Only inconvenient burdensome and ungraceful but that it is sadly detrimental to health and in this opinion Many physicians seem to concur. Now there is Good sense in this if such be the fact and it ought to engage the serious attention of All concerned. The deterioration of our race is a fact too painfully evident to require particular illustration and if this misfortune a been the natural consequence of a bad fashion the i sooner it is abandoned the better for All future generation. Another reason assigned see first 44 whereas a is that the Long skirt costume is confounded 4 that a a clincher and will upset Many a poor Fellows a a Leas of the Sublime and Beautiful. This Point however is not established by medical authority and must stand or fall upon the naked assertion As none others than physicians have a right to know anything about the matter. Once for All we Are prepared for anything that turns up in this revolutionary age and would advise All others to a similar reconcile ment to destiny. A Little Liberty if conferred an appearance of generosity and Confidence May induce our fair Friend to slip into their new prerogatives a merry laugh and procure for us a full Pardon for past tyranny. I.adie�4 a rung on the new costume. The inset log on saturday afternoon at Hope Chapel was Well attended. Or. M. S. Gove Nichols a chosen a re i Lent miss Sarah ?, Secretary mrs. To bet and mrs. Halleck committee on Resolution mrs. I a a St and miss in Rdv it it it a Mitt get it a finance. After an a wre a by Nichols on taking the chair mrs. Torlef. From the committee on Wredt Tymu reported the following w Ueki is the present Foshion of female Drees i detrimental a it health ii one meet Burthen some. In Caref idly moot cd Over according to custom comfortable use Lenaiy and ires becoming than other to make the Walls look premature v a pretty a a Tyl a b1� i Hub adopted and i suppose destroying thus the very Means Avins is of orig and 33 a All it disadvantages u followed by our nun try wot Neu. With a slavish subservience in Withy of a p of a la a Troy my thus Hie very Means by which the mortar can lie firmly bound. It is also sometimes customary to give the outside Walls w is called a finishing coat. This is altogether irrational and Inu to produce scaling a tor this finishing cd a at being of a different texture heat Rosland wet w ill soon sever it from its under coat because the expansion Ami contraction from heat and cold will be unhinged. F. Eckstein. Of of cd Deal roved. For worn to g Ood. The Michigan conspiracy Case.this j trial a tree proceeding thirteen Days. Most i of the evidence is accumulative. The following extract irom . D. Wescotte a testimony approaches a of Juliat nearer to the Point at i Aue than anything we have yet noticed 44on or about the Lulli of september i a a conversation Finch in which he said in they did not succeed in throwing off the train during 1 ire slate fair at the Point named wed f Jack on. . Dry Marsh and a i the i High eat of France Coville they would Burn the four depot at Detroit Ann Arbor Jackson and Niles. He said he wanted to show the people of Michigan that the feeling against the Road w As not local. If they could succeed in killing from 100 to 160 fat re on during the fair if would bring the company to term they would if this did not do it Burn them.and he then proposed to give me or any body else $1.000 for burning these four depot or in too Lor a Itlie Rof them he said he thought i would be a Good per a to do it As 1 frequent Busine Over the a new York. Jul y i 8 r. M. The pay no a of the sub Treasury vesture May exceeded $2,000,0kof which a �0.0 a Weie on account of fhe mexican indemnity and $1.200,000 on account of internet on to e Public debt to be pad to Day. A Drift for half a million was Aix Marie in Boston on account of the mexican indemnity. Of that whole amount nearly a million goes to Long ton in Coin. S. Jordan a co. Fatted yesterday owing to acceptance for Peter Comer of new Orleans on shipments of Cotton Winch under the late decline in that article they have been unable to j meet. The amount of debt of Conrey in their hand is $ 130,000. Aii their other engagements w ill be paid. denied.the injunction asked for against the Galena Railroad company for bridging tie Giarth Bunch been denied by judge dick44upon the ground that the common Council have exclusive Power to erect or con? permit to he erect >1 and constr acted. Float or draw hrs age Over the navigable water within the coi Hirale limits of said City said Fri the to have draws of suitable Width so a not to prevent or interrupt the free navigation of said water. Free people thereupon resolved that we Wilt recommend and adopt some Hyle of dress which will relieve us of our present oppress ire and Bunten which Wilt us that Frei of of motion which i indispensable to a or enjoyment which will not condemn a to the office of Street sweeper and Public scavengers and which h wiil Render a inject in it leu of the Caprice off reign courts Sod French mgt i Tes. Resolved that we claim the right to War such a dres a i decent to a a i Iii proper for our duties and calculated to promote ease Comfort and health. Resolved. That fashion ing a a Fien Reron cite us to i Oci nines t bar Are now seen to be bid a. He now a peaks to Sanction one which Combine the a lenient of us and Beauty. Resolved that we Call upon our to tors everywhere to declare by words and deeds their Independence of hurtful Anil degrading pm he it a. And to adopt sue a styles of dres a May promote health use fulre�.-, Comfort Ami real Beauty. In solved. That the a a tume we recommend is not Turki a nor persian Bat american the out Rewth of our own what the Pru duet of our skill and the sign of our . These Resolution were poured by an almost unanimous majority Only seven ladies voting in the negative. Some of the of Liceri of the meeting were does cd in the new costume. We understand that a number of ladies intend to a ppm a in Broadway in the new costume during the Comahig n. Tribune. From pour a Prince St. Domingo june 1.1.we learn from capt. Morse of the Brig Wail still High arrived at Thi port yesterday morning that an engagement taken place on the 7ih of june near the Frontier Between the Ilay Tien and i it Miniri in troops a a a the a sati a were a Lefe Aiea Arnt l a St about forty soldiers the other party lost but very few us in the ii Vitie government was about offering another treaty to the Dominician. To St tii still a prisoner.another company of eight if nine ii ungarian of fico a and of Dier s. Including Gen. Mes Aros lately arrived at Southampton ung. From Cou ten sinople. They contemplate proceeding to the United slates. Kossuth was lat seen by them Atka a Tayab on tie May. I wife arut he Obj were will him Ard about Twenty free hungarian who Are it til Pri Oneis. The lurks Promise him his Liberty in september. The arm��?T.two thousand try top of the regular army Are at Thi moment station. On or have been thu Sierre 1 to the mexican and Tex in frontiers to enforce the provisions of the treaty of Gaud Aljie. Gen. Persiler Smith succeeds Gen. Brook in raw Natl in Texas. Gen. Iliac Broek succeed Gen. 8n�Ith on the w est Pacific division. Col. Sumner succeeds col. A Munrud in new Mexico. Col. Harney Servos under Gen. Smith. Philadelphia june do. Attempt to i auta.tner� a much. A a us a Point excitement at Wilkes Bart dior lung j l. ? a a i? affairs.ttie u. S. Steamer Michigan returned to Detre it from another cruise to the mormon kingdom on Beaver Island. She brought Down nine prisoners and thirteen witnesses. The prisoners Are under indictment Strang for Pas ing counterfeit Money obstructing mails and stripping govt moment land of Timber. The witnesses Are for the defence. The parties arrested Are influential men in the mormon organization holding the offices of Apo spes High priest elder a be. Some forty depositions for the defence were taken at Beaver Island at the instance of Strang. It was sworn by strange a witnesses that he is a Prophet gifted by divine inspiration and clothed miraculous Powers among which is the gift of prophecy the Deli Oil advertiser states that those w to have visited the Island confirm the statement of the murder of Bennett in All it unprovoked Cru Elev a i ii As the fiendish scenes which followed. Mcleod one of the participators in them was lying at the Point of death at Mackinaw when the Michigan left. Fat a letter from san Francisco says that great mortality attends the labourers engaged on the Railroad from chagres to Gorgon. Of one company of two Hundred who went irom Wisconsin Missouri Anu other Western states 75 returned Home disabled 6 Idi Edon the , and t>0 went to California most of them broken constitutions Ami totally unlit tor a Hie in California. New Post offices.the postmaster general established the following offices. Low a.lubon, Linn co. D. Runkell Rille. Biemer co. J. H. Messinger r. M. Fulton Jackson co., we. Warden t. M. Webster Ala Makee co., Adna c. Perry r. M. Chatham Buchanan co., c. Melroe r. M. White breast. Clark co., b. Arnold r. M. Morning Sun Louisa co., w. P. Brown r. So. Yyi the following method of obtaining Coo water a been found to work Well and those who cannot readily procure ice should give it a trial to Wake water Cou for summer a Lei a ire Jar Pitcher or vessel used for water be Surron in 1 a Ith one or More folds of coarse Cotton to be constantly wet. The evaporation of the water will carry off the heat torn tie inside and a a a it a of. wet named Mason who threatened the Ife of a i this a a co several citizens of that place fur Arret Gutive slave on saturday. White on i Pris in Isiu at <1 oth be a tour named Mason who threatened the Ife of dog a fugitive slave on in. Turd a. Vuu on Tus Way to a Ison Manloo Drew a razor and Cut the officer in the face. He is now aft by lodged in jail. Or gentlemen of fhe jury have you agreed what i your verdict a 4 we find the prisoner not guilty if he in leave fhe the a a a if Tea broke of his about the Drolc Man alive is a Chap now in Chirac writ known in no Thiren \ Erm int v in miss ot44tim you might to Tun. He via it always ready a re a. Ire. And a go one too. On one occasion he came info a hotel in Burlington looking rather jaded and Down in the Moth. A a what slate matter tim a said on of the company you look Rattler vvor�4 Lor Wear a 44 Why you said tim o1 have it a sept a Wink for three not ghz so last to mkt and tomorrow Niehl a having Al the bar room in. A Roar him kit to make up for his loss by a triple snooze. If a Many a wedding Day is called hi44br�lal the orthography of that Woid is wrong it should be written bridle Day. Ottumwa Plank Road.we commend to the perusal of our citizens the article in this mornings paper from the Des Moines Republic on the subject of a Plank Road connection Between this place and Ottumwa. The editor gives what we deem conclusive reasons for pre Fering the connection which he advocates and we doubt not a Large majority of the people of Wapello county will non reflection concur in opinion him. The rep hic is entirety Correct in taking for Ganteil the fact that the Burlington and Peoria rail Road will be built. The Steps already taken ensure that result and measure Are on foot for commencing the work at an Early Day. The people of the whole Des Moines Valley May rest assured that that great Enterprise will never be abandoned until a glorious Success shall Crown the Elferts of our citizens and a continuous line of rail Road shall connect our favored City All the markets of the East we would again suggest to our citizens the vital importance of securing a connection Ottumwa by the Extension of the Plank Road Westward from Fairfield. There i a spirit springing up among the people of Wapello which invites attention and which if met in a we Orthy manner Wilt favor the Success of our objects and secure to us the important Trade of that Vicinity. It becomes is to look to it. Although the towns of the Interior have no Good right to expect us to build loads All Over the state yet it should be borne in mind that we have no right to expect their Trade in Lele grabbed for Tbs Missouri Republican arrival of Africa Oxe week later fro Elk rope. The Africa one weeks later european news arrived. She brings dates of 21 St june. The Steamer from Smi Hampton arrived this morning Are bring 124 a Enger. The Niagara which sailed to Day took ,-2?8 in Reese. The Hermann from Southampton brings dates to the i8th june. The aria on her of War bound passage arrived at Liverpool in 11 Davs and made this trip to new York in 10 Days 20 hours a 09 passengers. The Baltic Mode a passage to Liverpool in ten and a half Days. England. The three sons of lord Oldt migh have Heen arrested at leghorn a Clandestine materials and publications having been found on their premises. France. The debate on the amendment to the Constitution is progressing in fhe Assembly increased violence. Gen. Cavan Grovac in the course of a violent speech declared that he m i be up his mind to draw the sword in the cause of wedge Day 3�oorxixg, july 9. »51. Loiis Napoleon to prolong his Power. A perfect Mefee taken Pace in the As Stemblr in Eon a Jaenes of a violent speech of or. Leon Foucher the minister of the Interior. Germany. There is but Little news of importance. Hamburgh is More tranquil but the dislike to the austrian troops is increasing. Spain and Portu Cual. A Spanish Squadron h i been sent to Lisbon. Less we do something to deserve it. Reciprocity Check the revolutionary party. The Portu to of Effort will ensure reciprocity of interest 1 Reese exchequer was at a Low ebb and fresh. J. J troubles Are expected. The subject of the Spart and feeling am Effort on our part is a do y w c. I9, is rate w As under consideration me we owe not Only to ourselves but to those whose Friendship it is our interest to cultivate. Burlington Iowa.this Eirv is rapidly improving. The impetus Toem Given by the certainty of the construction u1 the Peoria Railroad.ot. Louis times. That time you hit the Nail on the head or. Times. If a similar effect should result from your advocacy of the St. Louis and Keokuk Railroad we shall take pleasure in the compliment. At present however St. Louis Enterprise appears to be utterly unworthy of the St. Louis pres. The Eulit ltd a of the Burlington Telegraph enjoys the Honor of being the patriarch a it of Ibe Iowa pres. Will there be any of the antediluvian left after the Uby i Dence of the flood a St. Louis time. Depends upon whether we can slip up on 44 airy a Raf. The condition of Meir a a important a pavement for the Tover Ninet. By private information recently received by is from an agent of the mexican government Tio recently arrived in the City we have the Assurance that Many of the leading men of Mexico Are pref ared to dispose on very Rea or Hie terms of her right to the territory of Sonora. Chihuahua and lower Ca i forum to this course the mexican government Ever been advised by thee Gli a Bankers in Mexico who foresee that a general Bank pry of that country is inevitable. Uncle it this course is pursued. The argument in favor of this action is based upon very Good ground. The mexican govern-m�4nt is fat exhausting the resource pose de in the payment of the indemnity guaranteed by the United slate and when there i an end to the Means derived from that source. Mexic will he unable to carry on tie government any credit to herself As an Independent nation. In looking about tor Means to counteract to h painful consequences she finds herself pred of the territory to which we have alluded it is extensive and pare a to the incursion.? of daring adventurous and Savage tribes of Indus against whose attacks the mexicans have no Power to bring an Ade site rest Tanee. Even her own inhabitants in at Region Mexico c. Rinot protect but i wholly powerless. Were the territory How Ever under the Protection of the United states the mexican government would soon have on her Northern Frontier a cordon Sana Taire in the a Merican population who would quickly porn hate the country of Sonora and Chihuahua valuable in Gold and Silver mines and in Mineral . Y. Herald. A fret soil convention met in Ravenna Ohio recently. A telegraphic dispatch from that place say the free spoilers Are just moving off in pro i cession for Hie speaking ground. They number less than 100, pc Eaverl by the Hutchisonn. Plenty of captains but few recruits. It the aggregate amount received for toll on the canals of new y Ork from the commencement of navigation to the 14th of june inclusive was 19,404 30, against $732.747 36 Lor the Sime period in 1830�?increase in 1831, $21$,-746 Vej messes. Wadsworth b Sheldon of new York will pay on and after the 1st of july interest on the Stock of the state of Illinois. It the rate of seven dollars cosh per thousand Dollar of Stock. Rive a yobs our thanks Are due to Sterre ers new England Bon Accord and Oswego for late 8t. Louis papers. Cortes. Italy. Advices from Rome state that executions still continue to o More persons been shut. The treaty of Commerce Between the Helvetic confederacy and the sardinian government been closed. Subscriptions for a loan authorized by the sardinian government were Ojo Ere a at Turin on the Alfh ins tie number of bunds to be is sued Are 18.ijuu, of which 2,382 Trad been subscribed for on the first Day. I the Catholic i shop of the a pjs or District of the Kii Itie comprising Wurtem big. Kaden the electorate duchy of Nasom. Hamburg and Frankfort have demanded the repeal of All religious Concession made since 8ix, made the list of six Een others Alt of the Ira of aggressive character and aiming at rendering the Church Superior to any other authority. An edict ha.? been rested to Cardinal Anto Neltie announcing that the paper Money now in. Circulation is to he cancelled and a new Issue made a of 3.71u.uuu Roku in crowns. The austrian troops have occupied spoilt to. Australia. At die mans land the a it to convict agitation is assuming a serious aspect. India. Accounts by the latest mail state that Strong Force Are kept actively engaged in watching the barbarians on the North West frontiers. China. The War i4 the Southern province a ii Fri the reigning dynasty still continues and the speedy overthrow of the dynasty is anticipated particularly at Canton. From the i is Moines Kepa Blic. Oli Amway flank Heads. We copy Irena the daily Telegraph an article Umb r the above caption which we in part approve. There Are Many reasons Why we Marie Libertyville a terminus of our Plank Road be ing then perfectly contented the Keokuk and Dubuque Rry i Road Humbug we could get a fast a Leal More Stock taken Montne Liberty title route than any other and i would he but two an 1 a half Miles Lurther to Fairfield by Liberty a die than the nearest route to that place and a Plank Road Coqui be built for a great Deal less Money and would be much better when completed. Then while it would be suicidal on our part to attempt to change our route to one direct to Fairfield through a broken country mor sparce by populated Vii Tibout any reason in its we i cheat our Hopes that those residing East of that Point will feel sufficiently interested to to a Trust a r Inui that place to Fairfield a distance of Only five mile Ami thus give As a continuous Road Froid this place to Burlington we Are in favor of being open mid and ii in Thi matter believing that it is the Only Way to secure the Confidence up a ii whom we Are i compelled to rely for assistance and believing without that Confidence nothing can be done j in saying that we Are decidedly in favor of an connexion Burlington in preference to any other Point we Only claim to express our own feelings and shall give our reasons for it. The first and Mot important rea.? i.?, that a i company already been formed to construct a Railroad from Peoria to a Point opposite Burlington which when completed a and we Are confident it will be will give us a Northern communication the Eastern cities. S4con a by the Ilist auce from this place to Burlington is about ten Miles is than to Keokuk and thirdly we regard the Plank Road from Keokuk up the Divide is Antn Gona Rie to the opening of the navigation of the Des Moines River either by j improving it or removing the artificial obstructions. As soon a the artificial obstruction w Inch Are n the de Moines River Are removed. The Job Oheiko of. The world been distinguish for the peculiarities of its different Ages. At one time it been the age of Conquest at another that of peace. The Iron age prevailed and then com the a of brass const Leurame sprinkling still left which been succeeded by the Golden age. Then there bos been the age of j maritime adventure and discovery. And this May be peculiarly denominated the age of Pali tical or constitutional Reform. Immediately alter the adoption of the Constitution of the United states nearly All of the states adopted 1� own Constitution. A Adas new site were a Al matted into the Union they come in their own Peculiar organic Law. And though there is some difference in the details of each state constr Tut on yet in the great coding features of each a me there is a similarity a sufficient family itk.�?Tne#, to convince any a me that they All belong to the great Federal family and that they Are All a band of Sisters. If we look at the legislation of the country for a Lew years past we shall see that a Large number of the states have held general conventions and reformed their constitutions. Within a few weeks both Maryland and Ohio have adopted new by Large majorities. 1� Many cases the old landmark have been swept away by the deluge of popular sentiment and Many of the old time honoured custom of the common and civil Law have been forever abolished and nothing reman of them but the ghosts of their departed terms 44imprisonment for the Iron Rod of the oppressor so Long suspended in terror pm Over the Heads of the luckless Wights who a it May have been to toll into the Bonds of an shy lock. Ani again the usury Laws so Long mule a pretended Barrier against a rovhxhe1tii a orb. We would rep ctr Siuy Cim to attend a of the Post a new general to the fact that a divers Bitting Post office is not need Iez of in this state and i that the discontinuance of fhe present one to j Keokuk is Eraf Seriy demand my by every consideration of Kuhtic crave Senee. We speak thus from no preen Kev of a Peel eve per anal character hot from a sincere cow Liefton that the f present arrangement to attend Many a conveniences to fhe Public Thrett Hont a Parte of the a Bate. The truth is that Keokuk a the wrong location provide such an arrangement a were necessary hut in Point of m the Public in Fere to would be much better sobs evil without one. This fact results from fit Are Rar Gemeny of the Mam lines which strike tit Mississippi at k a a a a a a Burlington you Cashwe Davenport and dub ape so far As the Public Are concerned the disadvantages Wolff a the same were the of lace located at either to these Points. As regatta idea now stand mad matter intended tor this place Ami for be info above frequently passe through the offices i its final delivery Ami goes the Keokuk where of is a Verbarie i Aud a a sat Hock a less of several Days occur ing As a a Natter of course. The same results stud follow were the office established at any other Point in the slate fee the reasons above Given. A Are informed fee a by a mortal was passed at the lost session of one legislature Pray lag the discontinuance of to distributing duties of la offic Atka it it Kuk. To Popic of the slate would he Good to Bear frees the p. M. General on the subject. Postma Atar in tie Interior of Huron and induce lobe bed Little Par tvs to inform tbem.?? about the few graph in 1 Iowa Ami hence letters Iuta us we foe thu place do b True Ami else tier five gig leg the state Are Forward a to Keokuk Ami the result is great delay Ami sometime knows m the exaction of Mory in do res and for the pro convenience. As this is not a party matter Bot Toction of those misfortune t May he to one relate big Enciu orly to the Public service he compelled to a a go a borrowing a have been j Piid use Public a a coup Utoy late on we Hope la swept away. And Money is now put upon the pres., generally Wal pak a of up a the subject same common sense footing every other j and that the p. M general Wibb Chi voiced commodity that May happen to be in the mar j that All Iowa would be Benefit a by a Reform m Ket. These Ami other similar edict of Feudal i a so have been proscribed and a More Liberal and enlightened policy super Seinol the i. of the age and of our institutions no j sympathy arty thing that is calculated to elevate the of tvs at the expense and Suffri ing ithe Many and will no longer tolerate the people who for so Many Ages never ill came t of their inherent sovereignty Lave received of it were a new political revelation Arne the mists j and Jerknes of centuries Are fast i but w Hile we she it uld Hail the Star of Reform that a already ascended far above tie horizon and i fast approaching its eur Ioina it ing Point to the political skies we should never lose sight of base great conservative principle promulgated Ana established by the far seeing i Doin of on ancestors. This Pait Cujar. The 8cv� Frostl of pan Talosi is. Fisc Vii. Letter hns lbs. La a a mkt. To the a i the new York True War a in your 4-consi�tnitio��s ltd a a a a a a a g Cly a flee a which appear i in the to it late of fhe Liti a Stant you a five that Theka of do it Wing a pm my to Tetli Eil worn by 4mmi<ms both it a Torreti a Pilate Are be my Ian i aside and that Law Itok a Prince and Emp Ernes prefer wearing the Sim a Pieer a zen dres except a it a extraordinary acres in a. A a a Asey a a a no Pietre alar reason for . But Biuk a i Bas be a do in of a i and of instil to. Now sir. I think this Laving a be cub Hersome to la it Wing Robe can he Emsly amt re of by accounted Fot. No Man who is amour Tomeff i to ltd no of person and limbs will us no bar while we have the Light of Ages of the restraint imposed by an i Nch a tor my vireos. I w _. In. A a Ito Frieff f k a i a ltd i a i Smi a i correspondence of the new York a Xeres. A Rovi . Malta May 31, 1851. On the 21th tilt the St Amer Sultan arrived Here ninety two hungarian officers and Ruen of whom eighty nine Aie about to it proceed to the United states. Among the officers is one of High distinction Anu whose name is familiar to All who took an interest in the hungarian struggle general Meza a it is. On their arrival Here they obtained ternns.?Ion from the governor general to land through the intercession of the american Consul. Or. Winthrop who became personally re pop Ible that the government show ild incur no exp use in consequence and the whole should leave in the same Steamer that brought them. This generous conduct of the Consul will no doubt be approved by his government. The conduct and appearance of these Gallant Ami distressed exiles were much in their favor. Shortly utter their arrival they marked Lor Southampton. Gen. Kossuth Bari Avani Prezel Anil wis Ovesky and 18 other Are still held in confinement at Cutava. Gen. Kossuth is a i rounded by spies and All his my a a cents Are can it is Aid that a fir mar of the Ultan been of Lime to carve off the a arty will be released a experience surrounding us we so would he altogether inexcusable if we Wen into Wiki and utopian scheme and to our efforts to the evil a Mestrov Allt in Geod. Not Only Doe fhe up r t of Reform part rail in our own Fand hut in Europe the Masse of the people Are beginning to inquire into the matters pertaining to systems of government and to question the Dinar right of King and Queens. Our people when they established the greatest political reformation Kvitne Sci a by the world in the de Darath n of Independence set an example which All Nav iou will ultimately follow. They will throw off the Rii Arkle of monarchical ?Poti?m.? they will Recard and forever disavow the a divine right of King Tbs a w ill break Asander to triple Chain of civil political and ecclesiastical tyranny which so Long bound and Purat Zed their physical and mental Powers. Demolition shall be written upon every blood stain no throne prerogative shall Bow to privilege the sceptre and the jewelled Crown Sigall be trampled in the dust and the glorious sunlight of our institutions shall illumine the Dames recesses of bar Barisic. And Mankind shall stamp Forth redeemed. \ regenerated Dis enthralled. Then Shait the age j of political Reform have aces mph hed its great ail holy Mission. Railroad facilities. A As the Long lines of rails Are a Retcher to out into and through new of one who ha.? keen Uez a to the Goff Oft Able convenient Fose Felting attire worn by men can fee at a is legs muffle to in a Long Rob Ami arms hem in a pro Jar to Oulu for Sashun aug its Loos flowing shrews. Can it a Thos Tobt. diet that do Kes. From Rita a a a is Ami emperor should prefer rather to tip pm Nso Ibe a a Saifoo of authority a than to of iffy Fth ton of lire Tot of motion ? to my Eye a Here is no my trere of a dignity no of Ftp re Ritj m the appearance a i him who to richly Atti Resl in a citizen s fire than in him �4 to to it a Rob for the latter always Calls up the Mage of a woman in a nig at go a cd except that the night gown a nil re impute a my easy 1� of. 1 think it is solely owing to the Iima Oliv Eurace and discomfort of the Lull flowing Draper or that it is so disappear g a a big men. Vye who Flave do vie Long skirts Ami tasted the ?.?Ings of Freedom can writ imagine Bow ill at we on must feet who a Ever Njo it veil perfect trend Oil a of action Wien to to a Fop Init Isif at tunes w the a usher sutus Foyers Otth Long re vhf. Not even a desire a a a come my respect a for Superior and sacred fun etre it is a Willko of induce men to tear to Yoke cart slavish ambition. In sickness the Long wrapper is Well for both woman and m a but a no other time in i the Long dress becoming to mrs or a enl to her on the contrary it is for both a a a Core Veniel an Simc Oadby , and to Tomou to the highest i degree in in riots. Tier m Rbt Teh Flam 11 written just now about m Ohos a Drees ill tor Wem to think it their Especial name a to sett to quest Tow How loing we May am How Long a May not Wear our skirt and they have entered into the to Reed ton a spirit which should a gait to see manifested on some other subject lying tricks new fountains of Trade Are a i one it that j Moie ii mediately within their prov my. In my of , women Are the most proper person re a a a a 11- upon Tyl of their �,0,111111� Ami fir Mac issued by which this party september next. On the depart Geol the exiles from this Island they a Der a to the journals of Malta a Short and touching card a Knowles in Rig the kindness Ami ?�4y w hich they received from the governor general am the american Consul. We have Learned by a private source that the importation of toh co into Algiers much declined of late in consequence of the culture of tobacco in the Colony to a considerable extent. It is protected by a duty of Twe Triy per cent and Valorme. By a new Tariff which went into of ration the it of april most articles of Algerine agriculture Are protected. From Rio of janeiro.advices Hare been received from k10 a Janeiro to May 12th. The brazilian government appeals to be in Earnest about suppressing the slave Trade and it is understood a that the minister for foreign affairs will Lay before fhe Chambers Alt the correspondence Britain and France upon the subject. A giant from Nova Scotia 19 years of age. Eight fee High and 400 pounds in w ight 1? among the novelties lately arrived in Newyl to also a Rattlesnake 6 feet 2 a riches Long that eaten nothing of eleven Mon is and an a infant a drummer a age d two y ears and for in there is no place like new York for attracting monstrosities. Steam but a at Are Ivvie the Caleb Cope arrived at this place on last sunday morning heavily Laden freight for this place and i this is her Frond trip from kit 0-Kuk up the River. She returned to Keokuk a View of taking a full cargo to it. I Moines. She will undoubted f much n or. Than pay foe herself in the three trip. Success to tier we say.ottumva Hgt Public. Pittsburgh july 21,1851. Richmond a Convent no struck out the Section prohibiting the legislature from a sing any Law allowing the emancipation of slave and inserted a provision that emancipated slave who remain in the state Over twelve months shall be told. Aio allowing the to impose restrictions on owner of slaves Whu Mav emancipate them. Tie Section go a my log Isia Tive Power to provi Ile for or meal of free negroes Bey off the state was stricken out. Hts Reisui Bridge at if Buque. A profusion was submitted to the Council at their be Siau last evening for the construction of suspension Bridge across the 3isa�>ippi, at that place. It comes from a or. M. To it. Field who is now engage i in the of a Lupe Dumoit Bridge across to la a Kentucky River Lor the Louisville and Frankfort Kail Roa. His pop Silious to this City Are to take one Forth of the Stock in the Bridge of suitable chapters can be obtained or he will build the Bridge and Uke the residue of the Stock after Sloo Tjom shall Hare been taken. Or. Field is represented As an Able efficient thorough going Man. Ii constructed so a he of the Fiu it works of the kind in the Foet dry. He pro poses to come to Dubuque to make the Necez mry examinations and surveys if Wal tired encouragement is extended to him. A 11,rail. The mayor was authorized by the Connell to reply of the proposition of or. Field. A of none a California fortune.the custom House at 8m Francisco which was destroyed by the recent fire a owned by or. H. Dans who Rente quot it to the government for $3.0td per Mulh. Davis who is now. Or was pert of to the tire in receipt of of or per month went to California a a Cabin boy five year Ogu it and was ind it Iceni to put Chase for $13, the lot of ground a poo pm it of which 1he custom House stood b it Otto get so Little of i j. Rich a that he would not nay two dollars to have the deed recorded until the rope try was producing him articles of merch Ammize re Ece a Ary for Home consumption and As it empties into the Mississippi below the rapids a Road communication some Point above them would be better for is. As we then could go either above or below a our Intel ests would dictate. Enrich their healthful streams the re Mon or ports of the Lami Aud return a Rich profit to tie lines of communication. From the following paragraph which we Cut from a Kentucky paper the Cap town journal it will be seen that livestock Are easily and cheaply transported from the Interior to the a a Hoard and that the c. C. And c. Line of Railroad is an important link in the connection. A fee Days age our flow Eithen or. Ii. L. A a Brwn a look ninety Bead t beef re Fate of sew York l oui Buz of a cd us Ckeve aunt a i then a by Stan liar not Buffalo and loan that place by Randi to new York City. To net of transportation was $11 45 i new Rovik to California.the new York Post announces the opening of the new route to the Pacific across the territory of Nicaragua by which Over a thousand mile of navigation is a voided and the land Carriage i reduced More Titan two a hire is. The new Steamer prometheus l the first m the line and will sail from new York on to e 11th of july direct a for Sanjy Ian from when a passenger will be transported by the River and Lake in a new Iron Steamer to within twelve Niles of the Pacific and from a thence on a Good Road to san Jan a Lei sur. Where the Ocean Steamer Pacific will be in readies to transport them to California. It i confident in expected that the trip from new York to California he this route will he from six to eight Days Shorter than by the isthmus even if the Railroad should he completed. Conviction or dayton.harvey a ten. Lale cashier of the sate Bank at Morris n. Was convicted ltd a Sato Nuy last of perjury. 1� will be rec a a Lect a that the above named Bank failed about two years Sinee in do a circumstance exciting Strong suspicion of were instituted in relation to the affair and two indictment were found Agam to Hie late president and cashier that against the Laiter. Being the one jut concluded for alleged perjury in an Al Havit As to the capital of the Bank. The other indictment is against several of the directors for conspiracy alleged to have been entered info to defraud the Bank out of its ass. The charge of judge Orden to the jury Al the trial of Dayton is said to have been remarkable tor its clearness and the jury were several hour in deliberating upon their verdict.n. Y. Courier and enquirer. Tier. Southern congress.the chore ton Conner of the 19th ult., contain the proclamation of gov. Mean of Pfouth Carolina w How signs Hirn of 4 govern in and Coroa Aander a chief a to tie managers of elections throughout Ibe state to hold an election on the second monday m october rat and the Day following for two deputies from each congressional District of the stale who Are to represent the state to a Southern Conge. This is a Lone a Conlog to an act of the last legislature. The a a Uhern Congress however from present Prospect will be a very re eur affair. The disposition to join i South Carolina in such a convocation is neither cordial nor general As tar of May a judged by Public indication. A the settling of the bet on the lit Derby England race if was stated that sir Joseph Hawley an t his party won thou Jijoo us to pendent of the stakes which amounted to up Wajda of 43,000. The million and Twenty five Boult my dollars gamed by Ore Mold a Rel of hours race or. A Brook Redd a aun Lia a by on Kiwi a my terms. Air i return a War. Havi Reg been by no Elk men a lavs. No4, the least to aleut of a Lirtie ult Viz St a aug i liter a very Little shrinking in the a a tie. The area knee at Mlac of Ekre a a it of it re it Shioo will he apr erect a Neu we suit that m require Tenty Fly Days to drive a lot it of Alu to a m this a it to new re Eifer nil an a Lieuw �1 Opeai 829 or head and a y ires to a shrinkage the transportation of fat cat Fie to the new York Market by iia Iro Ari will soon form a heavy and profitable item of by Ines. The a Vig in Cost and to shrinking is considerable an ? in time enormous. The Chicago Tribune the shipment of 100 head of Beel cattle from that port by the propeller Buffalo for Der Kirk. I hence by the Newyl Ork and Erie Road direct to the Newyl Ork Market. The Cost of transportation is $12 each. The Tribune says 4a Large number will soon follow and the tendency of this Jesse big the difficulties and cheapening the Cost of transporting have cattle to new York u to enl Sance the value of Cut or Lam and make grazing More profitable. I doubt nor their own Good set will guide them aright in the matter and prs vent their do ing a a go t to Shock them Ste by or wound the Verity of the t uly sensible am High minded. Many a a in to think if we shorten our a tree just Eoo High of permit then to pass Over the Cigar stubs to Hack of juice and other filth that i is All that i Nete Ary to be a ton. You sir. I believe entertain that a a Primou. But a we a my a from experience the evils of Long skirt a even though they tall no lower than the ankle and the Mie Sittg of Short a gone cannot agree thus who think thus. The longer the tires the a Reafer the Quantity of underskirt needed to give is a Good figure the Shorter to i dress to renter the number ant weight Dis Prev it Al a a. If we Wear Long dresses we must from Nee a Ity Wear considerable amount of underclothing for even a lady in Short a ire Ami Trowers do a it appear so Rio i Iez in a immodest am a Fugar As a toes she Long one clinging close to or form and whipping about her limb. By shortening or skirts two or three in be we might save them wiping up i it Lorn tins ree. But a they Are just a and cripple avg a i the longer on whereas by shortening them i nearly to the knee a not Only give free Lorn and activity to our laths but relieve our a a a of the un4uc weight la Tuorto sus Pemie Ira to tie Woi a we May look More gone enl in to dragging j skirt hut we feel More Graceful in the a fowl on. The Only new Ion in regard Foth nest cos tune he it so re a to its Utility and the a Weiwu Tefr of us who can speak it a in cd pm Rine i on that Point. Custom will make any dress took Well and already to my Eye the Jia Muo Short i dre�.? and appears run truly go act a and genteel Tao the Long map Milf a Ita Pery. Your truly Asut Ric Axis. Seneca fall if. Y. June off. 1811. Flax Cotton in knuland.tho editor of the n. Y. Tribune in a Tetter from London after rotating to the discovery of or. Tau on by win h a flax Fibre be so disco feed novt machine.see advertise quient of or. Ebersol agent for the Sato of Kugge s Patent a raping Ian Hine. It it a highly rec Omen let and Farmers would do Well to sex through chemical agent that it too cd i coarse nest and hardness Ai a becomes a soft Ami Amine it. Another daily.the do Herald is now issued i Aily first us Huber received yesterday looking As Bright As usual. 8am a Tae Ami twice a the Telegraph. Wish the proprietor every Success. Gov. , we learn irom the Herald a returned to Dubuque Inoru he visit to a Kansas. Tar. West a american.a new weekly paper of the above Tiue to jut been started at Keosauqua in this state by messes. L. To 4 1 h. Moms. It is of Lief is hand lome a printed and whig in . A a Lac the paper Success. It yet would Colt the attention of Oil those who feel a interest to the organization of a Home insurance company to a a a All for a met i ing this evening at the City Council r of in Mother column. Such an , properly i conducted would be of great Benefit to our j citizens. I Recife to Ednaze bit.a sub Riber writing us from up the River say that one of his children a a mail 11, was bitten a few Day since by a poisonous soak and in firn Man a int to roads Hiarm a swollen it a a to burs Post Otrice Stajsf#.Yye Are a formed. That a very inadequate Quantity of Post office Stamps been received at i he office in this ting but by a simple remedy hew entirely not enough to Aundy the demand i relieved in a Erml time us a a a a a a a a for a week a and that it will be impossible to furnish Thorn to Interior office from this so Iree yet a White a it is Ponteau plated by Chr a a St Rue Loiis. In a Lew Days the put to Aster of the City will a supplies i the Ihie cent co a Ana la difficulty of making change in pay ment of letters will he ohm iat do St. Lome hrs. A Roll piuicearivtls.a mexican woman. Name-1 Anahola de l to mad a in mend a. Who was obliged to Fly from her country Onnig a to the kindness w a the which the Hod treated some sick a Meric an Lei Prius Hugh last week to Rel i n Home. In volunteers in that Oty and the $3 0 0 re month. Davis Fiat a an to Vicinity who served m the uru raised $300 to ther and a Kanaka or Sandwich Island Mother. A i fray the a a a wisc cd a be a up. A vend a fhe Tot lowing recipe which my not to Gene Silty know it and a in a nay he of unto Tanee we Gire it a place in our column co iou Wimmis leaves by a of up or bruised to when �14 a Weot in ilk. Tot the per on it tire. Drink of this a Al to the a Amo to my apply it sex j Tero Aliy to he v o pie a ban or 4 a the Dmya Etile re a in eur Geu. Or an to a a a the Destin of jut War circuit judge of tiie a Boeta Falsum. To do so quot Ever Boa May a Ito my utter a in % place Alt the a one a a a y is to set two Ion gho As the Best Cottoni give or quot Lanssen s Iriate of the i Babie cot of in new Uaen i m a a u says the of Row Ortli rip dry Plant As it con a from the fiend. With this Al take off May to grown even in King ipad for fit por Tot do Vered mail to necessary that libera a Lisci Mutt Sitalia Given tor its extreme Multi retire. Is x to a of the Straw or Dax Tuth hurdle Wilt Yirkal one Fon of Dreaves and a team Fibre the Covi old egg Wreh he Ibi Melbud so As to tu��4 i flax a Otto its $25 per Tua. Our Western Machin by a Rug i ?y to i reduce this the total ltd to 1 the tax Colton. The restore writ a $623 be Imi. Or or cent per pour. Abri tax As it a Omen Trota the Fie i i Worth $43 por Fon so Ould tilt Corno Druwit to $10 per ton the Cost i the Fibre Iii be reduced to $95 per too or la than ave cent per Pound. At that Mie goo i fret Batta must he rather 1 a of Al for Cotto Pian ring at a Rij ltd each. Or even $7�a.�?T m Clatis a us s pro a Resa itis Sani Bui three hours for is . I take the l lax Asil Rama Fra a he , a mix mar what or str 1 Sud Tai seed Beatti off. And Render it it for break ing. Fatm plaid it 1� towed to Ripe Bel Ore it a a Harvest i so Thal Tbs de a no Avarei White the to Dum Zjr a a and jury to tote Fibre but of speak of Tai a Kuto f so�000 of to 44-i�n.oneri routine peo Rette or Cut rely a Breaton. Were a unit to dome Auto in the fabrics a Aatu up Aid the Stapin to Moie to Tesema to Wszol quite a merely. 8pci-mns did Frei Blu yell our. A�., Are sex hinted to show kit it a a witly a i a Tufa on Yth Max co a a it Taney Auy coir Tot a nay Bis Des Fud. Bende urea i Rolls of Dan Titei twigs and aft my Terry a riot of i sin texture Fabre afrant w ul1y or in Geod Frum in a or pored log spinning under Club As in to foot pro diag the aria icon of to fifino Loai must every a Ito Aow by either co Tua or we wac. The mixture of cd a Tioy i is flax fax Cotton and w of or sex relent and server Ahi fab a. hissing children Are a Paris for clerk a a when he took the Chris Long Meus. To for i y wily Are Wuu Teu a Uez to to alike to c a use get Araby speak of they arc noted for i torn modesty

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