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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 19, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Burlington weekly Telegraph it la it Abs Pia it la a to Smy Tiniou to at be thy foot if the oods a5d tkcthy.51 v�z8inili a map apr Jip Utra in Oli tirs a ii drop try tax Tioata Iri Eitts Coiner or a a a Janir Iris Aii Primi Serra of Tler bit. By Morgan amp , Iowa saturday july 19, 1851. Vol. In no. 50. A Morsi a. July 14. Itti. Ail re Mir to Kuklok. Of id a m in stiff 1m sixty gentlemen of i it number of ladies of thu City made it Keokuk by Way of a a polite att Rutjens heretofore voted by the fax Hion a my Beauty of that quot City. The excursion was truly Adelight 7� owing to some unexpected delays the �?~3 new Erda it did not re he Here War. Of clock instead of in the evening and the peace was a us Dwight arrival the a to the were Rree ived by a committee appointed on. The hospitable inhabitants of that place a cooled to lbs Laclede House where an minted a upper had been prepared and where a a merry dance quot was going on to the Mea-\.,m delightful music. The entertainment Leo Vanieff were in Superb taste and the whole of or Martagh quot a the most becoming pleasure of the occasion were kept up with a a of a Asp Rit and Amma Lior. Until Daylight of. When bidding our polite and esteemed t-#n4t a a Good morning a a the Burlington party a marked for Home which they reached in Jug Fly after a ride of three hours tired and sleepy Way be but pleased that they had made the i and impressed with kindly and respectful twi its towards our excellent and whole hearted it hers. Now that a cordial Intercourse has to commenced Between the two cities and ,.us far been marked by All the which Prlain to Good Breeding and Correct feeling we a Cery Trust that the new relation will be it up and continued i the frankness Friend flip and politeness in which it had its i m in contemplation should the Public health Eoa tume. And the weather permit to tender an appropriate invitation to our friends for another visit to our City. We should Lail in duty were Atto omit to mention the fact that the ladies of Toth cities never looked More charming. The meant of Beauty present defied All computation had was far above description a let it suffice tha it was perfectly overwhelming. Both plaits had a right to claim the Palm. The question cd a be satisfactorily settled Only by Compro a a allowing an equal portion to each City As a a presented by the fair charmers present. Steamer a rvs than Ordi Sarv terms of Praise Are due for the admirable of this popular Steamer. From Ceck to deck she is manned in the Best possible manner and All that pertains to her management foes on with the regu Lanty precision and noise dimness of clock work. For Speed she is Jalosj unrivalled upon the Western w aters while a the same time she is perfectly free from the wring so common to most of our her commander Captain food not Only knows is duty but performs it. On the occasion of Sie Lake pleasure excursion to Keokuk he won void est opinions from All on Board by his Atten Una to the Comfort of passengers and by his kindness of manner and dignified his accomplished clerk or. Johnson whose Ramc and character As a gentleman Are familiar to ail accustomed to travel the upper Mississippi. A a a charged his duties on the occasion in a every Way worthy of his High reputation. A Wlla Scholly the downward of the hew England from this City to Kukuk on Friday night last or. Alexander Jamison of tiie of Eddy Beach k go. St. L mis Acca rented or lost a Balla Aee open the Guy. Fell overboard Ard was drowned. The Bra was imm Diatel Stop red but the body of the unfortunate Young mini was not seen to , it is presumed that the wheel pureed or him killing him instantly. occurred about 12 of clock and near the Lead of the rapids. He was seen to fall by Sev vral of the pay sengers but they were at too a real a distance from him to prevent the Acci sent. He was highly esteemed by those who in new Hui and his melancholy Fate will bring nines to the hearts of a Large Circle of acquaint War the proprietors the Laclede at Keokuk covered themselves lib distinguished Honor on the occasion of the the visit of our citizens. The entertainment at ample and excellent and the duties of our it dispensed with ail becoming Grace and of aptness. Pea lets banking will be seen r reference to our advertising that or. Peas a has resumed business at his office on front Rael the a macs massacre. Utter from Chestertown to the Centerville i thus alludes to the scene in the court at the time judge Chambers sentenced by Shelton and Taylor with other facts cited with the parties who figured in the a Ere was scarcely a dry Eye in the court and who can paint the distress of the father whose children had been cruelly ered by these fiends in human shape tie near the judge and was so completely Jine by ins feelings that he Sank into the Isu Aliv occupied by judge Hooper and the judge so feelingly exhorted them to Rel their crime and look to a redeeming Sa-3r Lueicy \ of could hear an audible amen parts of tire Boise. Up to this tune the Ier a a ii persist in their innocence. Druin Felt Here on monday night for new Jer the Trand Jui v ignore i the Bills against to the clock maker and he left this place so Niay for Queen Annas Forcel and Ste Jiaw is at work piling lumber in Chester it i c. Hastings late of Muscatine is the Swiez of the California democracy for a torte general. . Hester states in the medical is Kraal thid several desperate cases have been wed by the free application of ice to the entire body. Fine people of South Tennessee Are a ting upon Deh Cious peaches. Rij Irray there Are still some cases occur s it Ani around Paducah. Cd h t c Oieni a Uaje it first a Tearance in Uit co a bout the in a Idle of May a Bai there Lieve Ben to Iii eight Topi to by u4t Ismore than Hall i a it col to pm i is. Ive have kept on i it do a a a cry Uek of the pro leu Mala by Mcc if apr a ear Anre a. Id a Udipi continue so to Loas Long a i a a a. A Iii a Vilier of Dali by cd Volt i to a p was hut in and no new cases one occurred for two or three week. Y tiie Shock of an earthquake was very a y Leit in this place about noon lat wed Uco i a this is the second earthquake we half to in Sumner. Gift str i or Aid. A. habit or . Web for a Ras sixty Rune years old last a wig the w Active period of his life says 4 enter be Kas us to very Early and does of a a quot a a old i or up before five than after it and a pro anti More work before the mayor of lawyers and site Strain have breakfasted a a to t of the better or. Do to a whole Dav. Itt nest Miner season whet lie is at Mariner Frank Ito he u generally out among w he Caule for hts pleasure and heal la by to a Dock m the mobbing a cd in the course a .1 i Ofeia Conj he often walks in Ore Miks ids Gan on to shoulder or catches More than the most of Young of it Rte men can a Trine. Rio spirit Are general-2 if a a ,4 or hts Vrr. Evv except when a a a Awa Twet the Bures a. A country Hie a a jul Estes Are us Isitt. R a lie is a Quick Csc if i Terr a Ich More than a a Fol he to hair hits and lie can read j jul re to without Speciale a he could 1�� Short its physical Powers Are log a Zgiet that u a a. A i . Age and As to i intellect Ial a a marvellous me in a. The prompt j which he can command All he vast his a to a of Ali airs. His Bias 1 7-�?never ,0 , As when As a a cad a unto bad Ami fill with i Juntela. The be who approach Hin. Boi fms ask total of Tab Canada. New Yolk. July 8, p. The Canada from Liverpool with dates to 28th june arrived at Halifax at 2 of clock a. U. She brings 40 passengers. The Washington from new York arrived at Cowes on 27th june. The ship Halcyon from Liverpool for new York was fallen in with on the 11 the june Dis masted having also lost her rudder by the we. H Wharton. Which had just arrived from Mobile. The win. H. W Barum took of 145 passengers and part of the Crew of the Halcyon the remainder were taken on Board of the Connecticut from Mobile for Liverpool which it the Wmk shortly after the Wharton. The Halcyon had about 300 passengers and was Dis masted in severe Gale on the 8th june. England. 8ome Little Progress a been made in parliament Ary business. In the House of lords lord Campbells a registry Bill Hud been read a third time. The Case of the Indian native Prince a Gator to whom an illegal government prosecution a been carried on had been Bron Glit tether Tention of the lords. The receipts of the Crystal palatto Utic Tiffith n f.,, about �2700. A violent Hail storm and Tornado passed Over Yorkshire in the Early part of the week pm ism considerable destruction of property. The heat in London has been very oppressive a the thermometer being at 90 degree in the a hade. The Overland mail brings advices by mail and Telegraph via Marseilles. The news is of Little importance. A terrible Typhon occurred at Ceylon on the 1st May and at Madras on the 5th nearly 200 vessels with valuable cargoes were lost. Fra . The Only important discussion in the Assembly is the revision of the Constitution. Petitions in favor of the Ineaz ure continue to flow in from All parts of the country. Italy. We have advices from Rome of the 19th.�? Signor Evangelini chancelor of the holy consulate. Was assassinated on the 15th. Beyond some alarm manifested at the spread of socialist doctrines nothing of importance has occurred. Commercial. Live Pool june 28. Market i still Dull and Oiring the week prices have declined 1-8 a-4d fair Orleans 6 1-ld middling 5-4d. Sales for the week amount to 34.000 Bales of which speculators took 4jkki. And exporters 7,000. Sales on the 27th Weie 500 Bales and the Market closed heavy. Sales of co ton at Havre for the week were 17,000 Bales at an Advance of two francs which was occasioned by a false alarm from Liverpool. Market a lost it buoyancy and flour wheat and Corn Aie a fraction lower. Flour is 61. Lower Baltimore 21 a 21�. Fid. There in Little doing i con yellow 29s. Fld. A 30� White 31 a 32�. White w heat 6s 2d. Red 6�. 6a 6s. Sugar Lias advanced with an Active demand. Provisions Are exceedingly Dull. Lard has declined is. There Are no transactions in pork. If Ains Are Dull shoulders unchanged. Beef moves More freely but at irregular rates. Rice u in fair demand at previous Rales. Tallow is in moderate demand at former rates. Tobacco unchanged with Little doing. Lard Oil i scarce and has advanced 4d. The state of Trade in Manchester is less animated but Tbs Market is sound and . Xionel Market. Ii pox. June 27 Home securities have considerably improved. Consult 98 1-8 on dividend. American Stock Are Little changed untied slates 1862. 105al 6 ditto 1865 at 112all6 1-2 Ohio Sixes 1870 and 1875 Are 105.-106. Some old Bachelor thus describes matrimonial trat calling it you see a lady and gentleman in the same coach in profound silence the one looking out at one Side and the other at the of her Side not speaking one word never imagine they mean any harm to one another they Are already honestly married. Iwo Taxt Strawbridge yesterday delivered the opinion in the Cotton suit he decides in effect that a Vale of merchandise by a Transfer on the warehouse Book does not constitute a Mthr cry for which it i necessary there should be weighing Markin and a it Tibig apart. Under this ruling so much of the Cotton As bad been weighed marked and carted off was held by the merchant who had made the advanced. But so much of the Cotton As had no been so delivered is returned to the herders who had not been paid. There Are one or two ambiguous sentences which May have Arisen from mistake made in copying an indistinct manuscript. We shall Correct them for the week a . O. Crts Cut. Improvement in Gas improvement in file Rod Bod of lighting with Gas has recently been annoy ounces in Paris which Promise to be of Impi Tance. It has been used with so Cess in the office of the press and excites the admiration of All who see it. The Light proceeds from a Small vet Sel provided with tubes which Send Foith Long jets of flame which play on another vessel placed a Short distance above the first. The Gas is brought into the Large vessel Thi is heated by the flame below it beats gradually and soon doubles its volume when doubled the same illuminating matter comes in Contact with double the Quantity of atmospheric air and hence bums w Ith greater intensity and without loss nearly one half being lost when the Gas is nit expanded. A Small capsule of Platinia serves to Divide the flame and As it is heated becomes Luminous itself. The arrangement is such As to obviate the danger of explosion. And much cheaper materials can be used for the production of the Gas than in the Ordinary method. The free Colon de Washington Union after alluding to the ulaitis tics of tie coloured popu action showing that the free coloured population of the United slates a increase Only 8 1-2 per cent in the last ten Veary and that in new England it a actually diminished says a Ythi re Are those alive who have traced the fortunes of negro families that were taken from Virginia and Maryland to the new England slates about the close of our revolutionary w a and who can prove by unerring figures thai those families have decayed and perished almost a rapidly As the aborigines of on the tendency of the negro made free if placed m Contact with the White Man is evidently to a state which units Bun More and More to multiply his species Ami contribute to the civilization of which he is rather a Mournful Spectator than an intelligent Friend. A jaw following actually occurred at the Houe of a lady in the City of new York some fifteen year ago. It is the eur Lom to hand round cracked Hickory nuts apples Ravins jtc., to a company that May happen in of an evening. The lady of the a our a had hired a servant a few Day before a Green Irish woman Freh from the Emerald Isle by the name of Peggy. Some null were to be cracked one evening Peggy was called Ai gtd receiving a dish of nuts from the lady was told to take them Down to the Kitchen and crack them. It was thought Pegy knew All about cracking nuts time enough had elapsed for pm quot Gay to have cracked Wien the lady a tempt j to the head of the stairs arid called a Piggy Marin. Have you those nuts cracked yet Gnu marm a Well make haste we Are waiting for them another half hour elapsed and no nut appeared. A Pegg i Peggy 1 a marm. A Coine come have you those no s cracked yet a no Marmy they aint half cracked and me Tate Are almost out of my head a Friend save the Kritek Ebocker Magazine Tell a Good tiry of a Yankee clock pedlar Down wet which among other things May perhaps account for the Peculiar favor with which that class of Chevaliers Are regarded in that Region. He took . Him in a Long time Connecticut covered Wagon forty clock and a a put pm up along the country in one direction. Warranting them to keep a Fust rate time. He exhausted in Supply with but a single exception and then with unparalleled aaa Ranee he turned about and retraced his course. I be last per on to w Hom he lad sold a c Ock haded him As be was going by a look of Here stranger hut Dot k you a old me ainu to Worth a Continental us. A twon Goat All a a you Dor. I May so then Voe must has got it Square. See the fact is 1 find by my numbers that there was one of clock a i bad for a on Mem when 1 Fust set out that i am a Beetle afraid on it was condemns i to Burn quot fore i come away but a mistake Trae Postl Teresa. On a late 8anday evening while or. Walsh of Albany was in the midst of one of his most impassioned Charity sermons to a crowded House an Accident occurred which put to the test both his politeness and pre each of mind Par wer waiting to be married after the Sermon in the rear of the audience and were to be called Forward by the Sexton. But the latter official having become absorbed in drowsy nes or contemplation while the Rev doctor is preaching suddenly brought to his recollection by the doctor exclaiming the to Prtt and in trip say come a off he to ted the wedding party who of course bad not unit Ler Tood a word of the Sermon arid notified them that the moment had arrived for the Teriong Ance of the nuptial ceremony. They promptly obeyed the summons and the Bride and bridegroom brides maid and grooms Man came marching Down the Broad aisle in the midst of the discourse. A a the preacher teeing at a glance that a mistake had been committed which was Likely to terminate unpleasantly finished his sentence descended from the pulpit with die nit and composure tied the irrevocable knot returned to i pulpit and finished his discourse and the wedding party were not All sensible that every thing was not As it should be. This is what we Call True politeness under Mol fun in and about akan a the recent meeting of the women a a convention in the town of Akron Ohio has left its Mark behind it. The Presa having made rather free with the ladies dresses recently in reference to some contemplated changes from petticoats to pet i loons and All a that sort of tiling a a it seem that in sell defence the ladies have resolved upon retaliatory measures and the edict Lias gone Forth that the measures be taken to reguate the dress of the lords of creation thereabouts. A secret association is Aid to have been formed and the mysterious pass words Are measures not it appears that a the men of Akron held a meeting issued a card announcing a grand Bloomer costume Ball at Tappan shall for Friday evening july 4th, and appointed a committee to Confer with the ladies and ascertain who would attend the Ball. Tie committee were instructed to intimate that those who con do it appear in the new costume were not wanted at the dance. Of course the feminine Dom of Akron was in commotion and the following notice was posted in the Akron Post office notice a the ladies Are requested to meet at Culler shall on thursday the 26th inst., at 3 of clock r. M., to make arrangements with re Sari to the gentle Man a Dettt for the Ball on the 4lh of july. By order or the Board. This is c a pita woman a rights forever 1�? tit for Tat touch a Coats and look out for your a Loon the Campaign is opened and with our Cleaveland contemporary we anxiously await the . Y. Express. Paine s Mew atmospheric Light. On tuesday evening last we examined Paine a new Light which was exhibited at the City Hall. The machinery consists of a Gas Ometer from which Are connected together by Copper tube running from the top of each one to the Bottom of the other by which Means it was Corm Nuiji Coteil to a nameless fluid which was Defi sited in the Nottom of each Jar and which either impregnated the air with a con Bubble principle mechanically or of changed it irom a chemical Law of combination As alter passing through an empty Centre Jar w hich acted of a revolver it was conducted by Means of a Gas pipe to some half dozen Argand burners and being ignited it burned most brilliantly. A committee a chosen to examine into the matter the chairman of which or. Josiah Crosby reported that from the Light presented the committee were of opinion that no imposition had been Practised and that the air was impregnated with a principle by it a a it re through those Colum a of fluid Winch tip by consoler merely mechanical Alt Cwi a no chemical change had been produced. Whatever be is pro a erties we pronounce it a Good Light compared to which we have witnessed no Gas before to a messenger. A by capt. Stephen Smith a Soldier of the revolution died at North Torii on the 23d inst., at the advanced age of 10u years and ltd Weeka. At the close of time one Hundredth year of his age Many of his friends met with him on which occasion a Sermon was preached and religious services per irined and the closed by the party partaking supper with the venerable old gentleman. The incidents recounted by him and his Early associates from this City who were then for the last time met together will be Long remembered by those of another generation who were present. Or. Smith was Many years engaged in commercial business and Sailer from this port in the palmy Days of the Shipman and Sherman. His life was marked for strict integrity Energy and perseverance and sincerely devoted to ins family his friends his country and the cause of Christ and we doubt not he has gone to ins lie Gitter. Tuesday most Xix idly ii 1951. Doo election Day approaches the editors begin to grow Rabid and show their Teeth in a most menacing manner. Some of them we regret to see Are indulging in person a Ali ties quite unworthy of the position they of a copy and for which they cannot but feel much ashamed when they shall have returned to their sober senses. The poor candidates too Are catching it right and left. We see several of them already advertised As defaulters swindlers thieves ac., but men will stand anything now a Days for the Sake of office and some men will say anything for the Sake of defeating a political opponent. Ottumwa courier of the Letb say a Young Man by toe name of Charles Payton aged 23 years living about 8 Miles from Here on soap Creek committed suicide by a hooting himself with a Rifle on last wednesday week. It is a opposed that some difficulty in regard to matrimonial affairs induced him to commit tits rash . J the River has fallen some three feet at St. Louis. The papers state that a Deposit two feet deep has been left upon the levee but that prompt measures have been taken for its removal. The is the title of a French Colony which is being organized in Tazewell county a. The following account is Given of them by the Winchester virginian and a marvelous one it is especially that part which treats of their financial expectations a they Are to the present age what the Huguenots were to the catholics in the time of the inquisition what the catholics were to the jewish Hierarchy what m their turn the jews were to the Heathen. A the Egal Staires occupy themselves with the practical alone. They pay jointly and individually attention to the useful sciences such As Medicine philosophy mathematics. History physics Ard chemistry. Their Colony will embrace not less than three thousand families in a year. After paying All expenses they will add to the productive circulation no less than $96,650.uu0 per year. A the Egan Staires support no Uneless profession. Their products Are in common their expenses Are in common they live in their fundamental principle is Equality in labor and in income. They now desire a loan of i divided into 20,hu0 share. Each Shaie of $5 will realize a return of Over $1,551 Between 1853 and 1h56.�?� horrid Porto eng Rev. J. Mathe write from Gosport la., giving an account of an attempt to Poison a family. The facts Are As follows or. Richard Trent a his second wife tie had three Hoys by his wife and some three by his at. His first Mother in Law was much opposed to his second marriage and has been i enemy Ever since. On last saturday week his wife made a Wool Ricking. An t invited All the neighbor women and two of or Mathew a Sisters k try and Heza went with the rest in the mean time i first Mother in Law old mrs. Clark had procured arsenic and induced the Chest boy to put it into the flour far the avowed purpose of killing i father Slep Molher and her children telling him that in that care he and his two brother would inherit the farm and All the property. The Poison per Hap put in the flour Thieve Niit before and the whole company ate of the bread and were badly poisoned to the number of 31 or 32. None have died at our latest Date yet severe a were not expected to recover. It was expected that Kittye Der m is sister would not survive Many Day. Old mrs. Clark is in custody. Trice of land near voice of the people states that a few Days ago. A gentleman sold three Are of i Ait about a mite West of Peoria for $1,200. Autobee gentleman Captain Moe has sold Fiora his sever Ai farm near that City lots at $3� 0 j or acre for a he nearest $250 Jer acre for the next and for the More Remote about two mile Distant �69 per acre. Farms in the country ten or fit teen mile from the City Are sold at prices varying Fiora $10 to $25 per acre acco Ding to locality and value of improvements. is on tiptoe we Len. Amongst the lovers of the sports of the Arena to see the new horseman or Horsebox from the Hawk Eye state master Newton tin a Youthful wonder was rtceive�1 into the rank of the amphitheatre troupe at Burlington Iowa on it recent visit to that place. The unusual activity of the Hoy struck the managers with Surprise and an arrangement was immediately made with his father for the teaching of the boy. And he already has astonished i stud or. He makes i first appearance Tbs evening and we bespeak for the debutant such a greeting As his Promise . Lott us to. St. Republican of saturday give the report of interment the previous Day from which it would seem that the health of the City is rapidly improving and that the cholera has almost entirely disappeared. There were even interments from this disease on Friday. The Republican says this report exhibits a decidedly improved condition in the health of the City. In a Day or two there is every probability that the cholera will take its final leave of us. Without the prevalence of this disease the interments show a very moderate mortality for this season of the year. A tuscan Noble a descendant of one of the first families in Florence count Guicciardini was suspected from his Intercourse with English families there of Peculiar opinions on religious matters among others of a desire to read and examine the Bible. A few weeks since the Gens do Amerie entered his House and four hit Reading tue Bible. He was at once arrested and conveyed to prison and thrown m to a cell with felons of the lowest class. I june number of this publication Tarver it risk editors Saint Louis is just received. It is in every respect worthy of its predecessors and by Way of introducing it More favourably to the Public we a Ball take occasion in the course of the week perhaps to Morrow to copy the leading article of the present number on a commercial it is full of interesting farts and admirably adapted to the times. The Camillas of copy the following from the Muscatine journal it will be seen that the new costume has become the rage in that fashionable City. Tax new Cost xes quits a number of the Fiur sex. Appeared in our Street during the Day of the 4th. I and a a in the evening. It h its become quite pop Lar in this Vicinity notwithstanding the strenuous of Pupil pm Saint it by certain would be met dry per on. Those ladies who we a to carry twelve or fifteen pounds of Petticoat this hot weather Are at i a feet Liberty to do so. But the i Creet and sensible ladies will doff them at once and appear in the new dress. Some people Are getting to Nice six i m�4e�t, now a Dit is that they Ereo Eor Erthe legs of the dining Ubiene. Sent the overseers of the poor Iti that City in connection with the directors of the House of Industry and the municipal authorities Are making arrangements to Send from thirty to fifty of the recent importation of Blind paralytic Lunatic and idiotic paupers Back to the old world. Those Only will be sent who have been taken from the almshouses of England and Ireland or who have been sent to this country by heartless landlords to become instantly and a it permanently a charge upon Public charities. In the various institutions of Boston Are upwards of a thousand foreign paupers at the present time most of whom Are imbeciles in body and mind. The most wretched and helpless of these unfortunates Are the Tenanty of the Marquis of lans Down. A locomotive constructed by a Journeyman Engineer for travelling on Ordinary roads arrived recently at la Villette France. It travels it is said at the rate of from Twenty five to thirty leagues an hour it is of simple Constitution and consumes Little fuel. The locomotive came from Picard and All along the inventor was received with enthusiasm. On passing through Beauvais he received the congratulations of the prefect and authorities and the people carried him in Triumph. Our Law it length Ard breadth. The following a grand totals showing the Eti muted surface of the territories of tha United states North and West must satisfy and one that Uncle Sam is s urge landholder total surface of ltd territory East of the Rocky mountains in Square Miles. Total in acres total of new territories Weri of the Rocky mountains in Square Mil total in acres Texas in Square mile Texa in acre grand total of territories and Texas in Square Miles grand total in acres total North of 3� 30 in a quart Miles in Seres total it oth of 36 34 in Square Miles in Mcrea a Len Gnu of United states sea coast. Atlantic Cuatt 1,700 Miles Golf do 1,600 do Pacific do l��0 total mgt total length of a bore line 33,�63 994,433 636,423,400 667.741 26,240 323,520 20,332,300 533. 5.187.490 1.399.997,440 1.643,764 1.051,381,81� 545,712 348,515,660 do do do particular or Richard Lalor she la a or. Sheil was in i bed room and had just finished die ing for Church when he told mrs. Sheil that he Felt a a Pasio in his to mph of a in try and Lay up quot a the bed. He recovered and tenk s w Ralrh icum which he find. A. 1 general la at it and fainted a Gau recovered and at me How or a nother it a put a. S Brand and opium. He fainter a a Whf. Two suib to it our Stork a a a it a a cd �1 �,�.�T� in the. Am of or. Shell. He a 62 year year of age. He often expressed hts wonder that of Cou Tolj should have turned towards Italy in i decline. They both died in the month of May. 9 111 9 tm4 my imams w the y. Fourteen thousand and one a Rephlo of victim a of Bat a jest it he blasted thing a a exc Foira de the pedlar. A a in la change with Yeou Yeou Lake my Loal one and ill take this hum. The works i go Good i Queaa Only want fix in a the Exchange Wam note and All along the Road the pedlar waa suit atty arrested by nil his dupe who were similarly duped in in turn. He took every such be a Ive us Rock to his net customer and received another bad clock for the next. And the it menu on. And laughed at As Yankee a cuteness it a a Rikes us forcibly however that , of the meaner Ouw me a amp or a ugh Jiwon for a neb Atun Sineti. N a of the Lvi to Yankee stay a a lady to it a Sig through new Hampshire. Observed the following notice on a Hoard a a horses taken into Grant. Lying tails three shilling Ana sixpence Hurt Tiiu two the lady asked lira owner of the land the reason for the difference of Price. He Answard. You see a am the Long tails can Brush a rav the flies but the of Cost tails ate so tormented by them that they ran for div a at Albany. Up Tehru. Dreadful affair. A Brief paragraph has been published stating that mrs. Annable and her two chd Dren at Groton in new Hampshire not in this state As before stated were recently burned to death. We find further particulars in the a Truiel brige Democrat states that of Friday morning last or. Annable having procured Quantity of gum and turpentine to manufacture Intoy Mih put the articles in a Kettle on the stove to beat and went the the barn for the purpose of milking. Upon coming in a am he observed the turpentine smoking Erid attempted to take it from a a stove but the heat was so intense that he was obliged to let it drop when it took fir and flashed All a Boot the room and As is also stated into the adjoining room. In this room was his wife who had Jue risen and two children in their night clothe. They immediately rushed out to learn what a the Mailer and All three were Sere Velv Burnt that they i died in a Short time. The Inot Iier threw of the burning children out of the window the other one crept under the bed but the bed clothes took fire and the bed itself a consumed. They were so much burned that their Finger nails dropped off. The Man being Dre sed in Woolen clothes was not much injured a Louill courier. Seart arrived at new Orleans on the 30lh, Iron Tehuantepec. She brought in a number of the gentlemen who have been occupied in surveying the 1st hum with a View to e railway or a dip canal. The True Delta a ays i a the work on the Northern aide of the lath Mua having been completed and it being the eve of the Rainy a on the above parly have returned for the purpose of bringing up the a office work while a Small party under the personal charge of maj. Barnard have remained to attend to some unfinished work on the South. Those who Hare been left of the a the sons Are in the enjoyment of robust helth. We under a and that the a sear a Iii leave again immediately and it is probable that a die will or my Bank met if not Alt of the remaining members of the i flax committee of the maa a arbu scots legislature to procure information concerning the culture of the flax and the probability of its substitution for Cotton in the manufacture of cheap fabrics Rijk it it that there is no doubt that the Plant can be raised abundantly in Cavry state m the Umoru under proper tillage without exhausting the Ami and that is but reasonable to conclude from recent . That flax Xian a aeon be adopted to a considerable extent As a substitute Foi Cotton in the manuf cute of the Clara of fabric referred to. It i affirmed that not Lea than 16,000 acres of land in the state of new York were u in with he in 1h9 from the do Roque Tribone. A la new York c099esp03de3ce. Horae Creely and the Tribune Corpew i men profit of the Tribune establishment How l fowls 4 Weity the popular phen Logist a Prog rtt Ami profit of their establishment. New Yore Jane 27, 185. A a Ito or the Tribune a i have often been requested by friends at a distance to Tali them a fall about Horace greedy fowlers 4b Wells Harper Ami Brothers Morris to Willis a and other celebrated editors and publishers and. A 1 have no a Little gossip in Reta fion to such matters will prove interesting 1 wih venture upon a Briet statement of the a a Rise and Progress of the Tribune and of the establish men of the messes. Fowlers it Wells. The history of Horace greedy and o. S. Fowler present Many St dung Points of resemblance. They were ushered into existence about the same time. The parents of both were exceedingly poor. For some year previous to 1841, both had been footballs of Fortune kicked about hither and thither sometimes soaring Lux h in the air and sometime trampled in the dust. Both possesses extraordinary talents and Genius of High order but neither is a vers Ock de with practical Money making common sense. In april 1841, or thereabouts or. Greedy formed a Copartnership with or. Mcelrath the new York Tribune a soon placed on a impregnable basis so far As its business relations were concerned. About the same time the Fowler formed a Copartnership with or. Weils and slab listed the Phreno logical Cabinet at 1j1 Nassan St., where it still or. Whys and or. Mcelrath Are men of unsurpassed business tact and Amity. They belong to that Das around whom wealth naturally accumulates. Should they he stripped of their last Penny to Day they would be Rich again in ten years. It is Well known that so for As the editorial matters Are concerned or. Greedy will have his own Way. If he takes a notion to advocate anything whatever in the columns of the Tribune it will be advocated there no matter How a Trugly his am a cites Are opposed to it. A few years ago when be took such a Strong stand in favor of socialism Auti rent ism and similar movements or. Mcelrath is said to have cried Hun self to sleep every night for along time for fear of the pecuniary prospects of the Tribune would be blighted by his partner s Radical pen. Finding that Greely would write just what he pleased or. Mckelrath stopped crying and wisely set about Selling ins writings to the Best Adan age and he soon found an extensive Market for them. O. S. Fowler like Gieely will not Budge a hair from any course he May have marked out no matter what i partner say but both of them remembering their failures in life Niovi wisely abstain from interfering with business matters so that Iligir radicalism and obstinacy Seldom injure the pecuniary interests he have become regular and legitimate a it tic Les of Commerce and me it or. Wells and Mcelrath know to How make the most of them. In tact what they can to make Money out of is not Worth meddling with. All the members of the firm of fowlers k Wells Are exceedingly industrious they never slumber on their Post. To it. 8. Fowler i have already described. L. N. Fowler la Genius like i brother but a Little More practical i Genius being alloyed w Fth those staunches qualities thar enable a Man to hold onto what he gets and keep getting More. There is another person connected with thee table Ament whose name is Seldom heard but who he Nev Eithe Tel a always been it Good Angel. I refer to mrs. Wells who is a sister of the the estimable lady i gifted with her Brothers Genitis to which is super added the Strong com Mon sense penetrating sagacity Anil practical business Talent of her hns Ami. Mrs. L. N. Fow Ler is also an accomplished writer and the auth it a of some excellent works on physiology a id other subjects. But or. Well of whom i have before spoken is the real architect of the fortunes of the firm. So much for the individuals now for the Money they make. Messes. Fowler amp Wells publish the Phreno logical journal the water cure journal and the quot student the first having 25.hug us Hsrris her the second 30jmju, and Ike thud 15, a making in All 70,0 0 subscriber to these pert Naira la besides they pupils about 100 staul they it Fri wines or i Fiona to. 000,a year and Clear �45.000, per Annam which gives each of the partners annual income of $25,. This is not a bad Busine for men who ten years ago were considerable worse of than nothing. But it is time i returned to the Tribune. The proprietors of the establishment will Divide tin Vear Aboul $80,000, Clear profits. Of Thi Sun mrm Elrath will receive a his share about $24,000 or. Gre Fly .tv0 col. Snow the c oin Mercial reporter $9.6 sir. Sure Beigh head Fook keeper $8,800 or. List a it Ker. Foreman of the composition room Bayard Taylor the Vity items a Man. $1. Nyx a or. Cleaveland. One of Fie , or. Gre Elva a brother in Law Ami one of the Best fellow in the world. $l,ot0 i. Daria an accomplished scholar and i iter and editor in chief during or. Greely a a Cence $2,4ut and the remaining $2.600 is taken up by some Lucky chaps whom i Don know. In addition to there a a shares each of the above named persons receive a Good salary. Or. Greet a a Alary is $2.5 k a year or. Snows log and so on. Messes. Fowlers Well and the proprietors of the new York Tribune Are among the few who succeed in this atty As editors mid publisher. You never hear of the hundreds who fail nor Are the Unpi tied sufferings of scores of Meu and women of Fine literary attainments who go supper less to bed night after night in new \ Ork Ever known save to themselves. He who would Wield his pen for a living now a avs must enter into a fiercer conflict than he who in times of Yore carved out a Fortune with his sword. Yours truly Charles Evans. A Speeck Rex or. Bel we r. A complimentary dinner was lately Given to or. Webster at Capon Spring va., at when or. Bulwer the English minister was present and uttered a somewhat remarkable speech in response to a complimentary Toast. He is Rem it red to have said among other things the following Gentt enu j i As an englishmen say to you As americans a Union Union applause Aye let there not Only be peace Between us let there be Union also. Continued applause a the word resound through these hails approx for lately let it reach the ears of or. Richard s he not gentlemen himself the Type of Union for a be not United All the charms of scenery and society of water and of wine of health and amusement in this Lovely spot applause and As 1 look around me and we the animated looks and admiring eyes to my left and the gentle glances and Graceful smiles of the fairer portion of my audience to my right can i be wrong in conjecturing that there is a favourable disposition on All sides of me towards a United state much laughter and applause for my own part gentlemen whether As regards the Union Between the different states of this Federal Republic or whether As regards the Union Between us englishmen and you americans or whether As regards the Union Between Woodland and Waterfall and Good cheer and get cd company or whether As regard the Best and closest of All possible unions Viz that Between warm heart and willing hands much laughter and applause 1 declare my of professedly and emphatically a Union Man renewed Laug Lder and applause and As a Uch have enjoyed your festivity Pai taken of your sentiment a and now beg to leave amongst you my kindest thanks and most Hearty Good wishes. Speak carefully of its infirmities and Bow reverently to its Gray hairs. There is something a acred in years. Aoth he hardly so exasperated us As to hear the Light or harsh word a Okcu the the White liaised sojourner whore form is and Iii under the weight of year. The Man or woman should be Simiu Nudd and pointed at who we a treat old age disrespectfully and laugh its unsteady step old fashion of habits or manner of speech. The reckless youth who treats lightly the aged forgets that time will Wither la Toui did form Aud Chili ins veins. Look at the old woman who Steps unsteadily her form doubled somewhat her hands Bony and her it Zuken Cheeks Cut with furrows. The buxom miss a neers at her. Tie ill bred children laugh and titter a a be stumbles. The Rowdy Young Man listens with mock Gravity to her confiding Chat and turns a a Way to inn Nic the in Ushio Shle speech of the a old Granny quot a shame. We scorn and defeat you a Lyle our heart twines More secretly the wasted tenement where the mind of other Day Tel lingers with to years of experience its Griefs and sorrows info got Len and its Hopes of a Spring of Bli where is youth is eternal. By re a you old Woi Aeu the Tremul Ionut voice has a tone of . Your i j tend ship and your respect Are Worth More Tun the applause of the world. �01.8180, july 1�. To i the armr Cracy. To acquire intelligence to be moral Ami to cherish virtuous feeling and principles is the duty end privilege of citizen alike and while one portion of any Community Captiva is such principle and practices them and portion neglects them there can will sad should be dirt Inions in society far it is impossible that right and wrong can harmonized Light and darkness eur mingle or virtue and Rice blend together. So it is equally impossible for those who have a right regard for virtue morality and intelligence and those who Are enter cry reckless and destitute of those Quait get a to stand upon the same common Bat this is not aristocracy in the general acceptation of the term for How often do we fit those who Are infinitely beneath other in All that signifies the character of Man claiming superiority which the world of Tkv of with a approving smile take the Capitol of the nation As a miniature portrait of the whole country and we Hare presented to our View at a single glance the various operation and a War auce of aristocracy. No department of no profession of life is exempt from its influences. In the halts of just ice in the councils of legislation in the very sanctuaries of religion it is Manifest. Why i it and Why permitted to exist Are not the elem cot of Ketorra inherent in the Rathe intelligent the cultivated portions of society Are there not men enough in All the fowl v tale Grey. A air Rifi the Kra Mik. The wrote of a a a a let s a a amp a a a a a a we feel let a a Jos a rims Man feb Day torome i two to Kite Witik b a a for did it a Oil Tail be a. And we Grep a it a with Iii air or Paw a w or g Brevi. .4 ret tvs Tai of a a to a. We itus tobit Revty Fth a our Testa do a a text or the a Hka t a a a Tod no a a where a a 4ened a re red Jer re c More it Andes end a Rei Jom tymm but Rev a whew a a a a r fore to the go Rind a a a quot a a we a. But Hose a ads dwell is fare Muto the Ere to. Three Cox a a Virg a do a who with us a Kewit a Neptune a o�<4 Hen site n their jewel Soma Awe. Are a Hrew Efi re Hmark me a re mems old the hearts of Thrif break ree i it a the fam a Tete 1 fre threw be the by a a it a it fire. 1 with a Ute kure a a brighten uus a path Way to a boo. the it it is that ars Dref red ear Wiur entered a j Metore Fae rept from its rouble a tire time Rea in rift a i hey re the Trae tweet of or it Lief am and All that we in its Lover of Ely. Bract no of a of More than two Hundred hoes Calcutta journal gives the particulars respecting the burning of the up Kur Ramany Laden with for the Mauritius a a the Kur Ramany was at Anchor at Concolly on the night of the 6th ult. At 10 of clock the alarm of fire w As Given by one of the coolie women Art and the Pilot. The ship was on fire simultaneously fore and Oft and so rapid a i the Progress of the flame that the Pilot who 1 quot a had gone Forward with the Captain to Endeavor to unshackled the Chain an get before wind she station of life who despise this effected in then Riding flood fide was obliged to abandon j citation of foreign Monarchio to resist and the attempt and take Refuge Oti tie i. Four Hub Lri let ,.l, crowded bulb. Pop. C0ui> a a a a Nellu no ii to some made a Rush for the Quarter boats banging intelligent judgment and enlighten of reason to the davits. A number of the got m of the american people were arouse i to a to one of those the tackle fails of which were Lon on Thig of Jeff. It have departed too carried away by their weight and Many of these e poor wretches were thrown out and drowned a l0m our inn tue simplicity and approx to Gay this the boat escaped destruction acid floated mated too near in our baby a and Monera to up on the flood and was picked up crowded european principles and practices without Par with , the next Day by the Tuttler the take of Lent of to a Siuw a in Ihetu. Captain and Pilot with the chief and second r w mate got Down the Jib Boom which had fallen ton moral Worth seems no longer to be re under the Bow and were there buffeted by the cognized As the Standard by which Mankind is Waves with a heavy sea running til the second to he measured among a. To be poor i to mate could hold on no longer and Sank and the i by h. Opa Leut. O u u5.cure other three were eventually boat of the picked up by the drowned a a Little boy about 7 years of age the Only Chi d of or. Michael Howard of Thi place we rent to learn a drowned in the River a a it above Tore on to in Day afternoon 1 St. He bad gone in of Bat in company with a a ther boys near is aim and getting out into deep water the Swift current earned him Down before the least alarm cd ild he Given. Iti body was not recovered. Thi a Honni be a warring to boys about venturing in the River unaccompanied by those who could be relied upon Given them asset Alicc in Cone of t Banner. I Tersi ined saturday at a most determined suicide a committed m this City near the Market House. It appears that a tailor i amed John r. Whitney Ocre piss a room in the a insurance building at about ten of clo. K on the above looming the report of a pistol attracted persons to the room occupied Whitney and on entering the apartment they Dikeov. Ered Theo curent sweltering in blood Whitney it seems a tor Ron years been in a Low Tate of mind. He first attempted to destroy life by cutting his Throat with a a Zor but failing be Laid the instrument aside and strange to Tav after washing himself be blew out hts brain with a free trader id. the re reluctantly compelled to announce that the cholera was still prevailing with increasing violence at Independence. It latest recounts. The mor titty a indeed fearful in the family of or. Loeken Smith the Scourge has created the greatest devastation seven members of his family have fallen victim so six have died within the Pace of 31� hours and to regret a Odd. That the doctor himself his get Mahie lady Are interesting and daughter Louisa Are amongst those who Are no More. The balance of the seven were Macks amongst the Moro recent death we hear of that m Mir fund k la. More damage rumoured lot of .�?we regret to learn that considerable damage w a done in the counties of Cedar and Linn in this state by a tremendous rain which visited that Region of saturday the 5th instant. Sugar Creek. Which runs through the entire length of Cedar county was so swollen that it washed away 1 font is ac., and even swept off Whittlesey a Mill and dam Distant from this place 14 mile besides materially damaging the Bridge near i Moscow. Mud Otter Rock and cooked Cree were a of very ugh but we were unable to go an any reliable information As to the injury i done by them. We hear a painful Rumor from Linn county. It in reported that Mann a Mill situated on big Creek w As a wept off by the freshet above noticed with the proprietor or. Jacob Mann who was sleeping in the Mill at the time Ami who t a found the next Dav a Corpse we shall pro j Bably be Able to give the particulars of this nor i Rible catastrophe in our next our information at present is Jour. Another , j a ays the Detroit free press of the �?T0th tift., j about 2 of clock one of those ugly visitors sex j plodded in the pay age Way of the i a Reight depot of the Central Railroad a company in this City 1 doing Enron id Erable damage to the building and burning but not seriously a person who was standing near. Remnants of the apparatus were picked of embracing the cells in which the explosive materials were held a part of tie bottle containing the Carphine and a card on which is written Henry French with Aooie it Iii Eta Jpn of Wilif bit the ago Chiao Oroa i Ench de in a Box and put on Board the May Flower it but afo intended evidently for explosion on her last passage up. The Devil incur Nafe guiding and directing such proceedings a gains the lives of innocent people must find j their punishment and we invoke the whole Power of the civil authorities to bring them to Justice. For the Missouri Fine Steamer Baranak arrived at this port yesterday to vexing from Council Bluffs having on Boord or. Beauvais a clerk of the american fur company and fifty two voyageurs from the Mountain. They arrived at the Bluffs with eight Mackinaw boats the contents of which was brought Down by the Saranak. Or. Beauvais reports having met the Steamer St. Angoon the 25th june above the Vermillion River. Up to the time of meeting her thirteen deaths had occurred from cholera on Board among whom were father Hogan a Jesuit missionary and one of the engineers. The St. Ange was landed once for the purpose of putting out the freight and thoroughly renovating her but the sickness increased so fast they took their freight on Board and abandoned the project. When or. Beauvais left they were All in Good health and progressing finely. The a a yagers report heavy rain in the mountains but no a now. The Missouri River w As falling slowly at Council Bluffs j a Republican july 12th. Wheat assemblage at Columbus last week of persons from All parts of the state gave a Good Opportunity to collect accurate information As to the wheat crop now gathering in Ohio and the following from the journal i it the result of the inquiries made. Our information As collected from our Exchange and Ether sources accords with what is Given by the journal. A we have during the past Werk conversed with persons from various parts of the state and ail concur in saying that the amount of wheat raised this year surpasses that of last season. In the lower Muski Ngum Valley and in the Miami Valley the amount is decidedly More than last year and what is better it is of the very Best Quality. It is now beyond danger from the rust kc., All Over the state. This is a great thing for Ohio. Her surplus millions or bushels of this years drop and the last will go far to Ward feedings the test of Mankind. The present indication of an abundant crop will tend to keep the Price Low. W Hen compared with some of the former years. South Columbia state rights Republican of the 21st ult., say a we learn through a Friend just returned from the Hack country that Cotton in in Many part in a flourishing condition. The wheat crop a also been highly prolific. Corn and Oats however Are in a deplorable state and planters have been compelled to substitute wheat for Corn and Oats in feeding their Borsos and a new variety or the Sweet the following account of a new a Etc y of the Sweet potato is copied from a letter addressed to. Young esq., of the Vicinity of Louisville by a gentleman residing in the Southern Pait of the state of Alabama. Several gentlemen in the neighbourhood of Louisville have nude experiments with the red Yam which prove very conclusively that any variety keeping through the Winter will give this crop considerable importance As an article of Commerce. A we have lately received a most Valaile addition to of r varieties of the Sweet potato supposed from Peru. It a altogether different and equally a Spertor to and variety of this Root hither known. It is productive and attains a pm. Digit us size even upon the poorest Sandy land Slid the roots remain without change from the True of taking them out of the ground unit the following May the Plant is singularly easy of cultivation growing equally Well from the slip or Vine the top or eme of the full grown i Plant Beulig remarkably Small the inside is As White As Snow. It a dry and mealy Ami the Saccharine principle contained resemble to delicacy the Virgin Honey. It a i the. Charged with being the Wise of the death of Mike Slade in Belvidere has been a arrested and lodged in Rockford jail. To be reflected by the Graniec of plate and Power. The credentials of hones Industry and virtuous integrity excite but the sneers of those who boast of their High station or Noble lineage. We once held it to be a fact that All men Are born How then a obtained the notion that one Man has a right to claim superiority Over his fellow Man because by the Accident of birth he May have inherited a splendid Patrimony ? if one Man chose to give i son the advantages of a Liberal relocation and a Profe non another places his in commercial life another de Ign his for agricultural Pursuit and a fourth binds in a it an apprentice to a mechanical occupation May not each Excel in his particular occupation a under other circumstances might not the professional Man have been the Mechanic Are a to term then wire Nee this distinction that the Mechanic or Farmer is inferior to the professional Man in Point of character and ought to mingle in the same society they Are false notions false prejudices borrowed from european monarchies. They Are the reflection of that distinction which marked the patrician and plebeian of an rent Rome and finally effected the ruin of the Empire. And As Urh every True patriotic american citizen is called upon to resist this growing arrogant aristocracy of our country. Death by evening about 6 of clock a German by the name of Ditsch. Was accidentally drowned at the upper wharf by driving off the lower Side of the Landing. He lost his life in endeavouring to save that of the animal which he was driving. Both however went Down together. His body had not been found when our paper went to press. He u represented to have been a hard working Man. He was in the employ of the City brewery of which his brother is one of the proprietor. Can to sing a one of the prettiest Young ladies in our City requests a to say that those Screna Ders who were or a Lew evenings a Nee had better practice a Little More on the Oil a and dwell less upon the bars before they again Annor the a a Umbers of the ladies. Kim Ore per i a i Frei to follow re history of the propagate to a a the mormon doctrines in England a erect ii i in a a Perch of or. John Hyie Orat a itchy of mor mens m Lomi Uei. We quote Froos this of on of Juno id the a Poake then adverted to the pro to 4 a a the Cofia Tichy in England observing that in is37, of e year before the Saint Nau Voo Emer x. F. Kimball not or von Hyde to Getner with several others landed at Liverpool Iii endless and destitute. They separated a a it 1 went Forth preaching into the Towe in Eit Bev i . Preston first by a Ard and whey Rei the no. Cite it of truth. In eight month seven Bun a Jerret members met in conference in that town i rejoicing in the Power red Pru Slege of the too Pel. In a very Short Tiai several can ties among which were tor Shire be Hir i in a rehire. A afford Itoi Telefer we wrester a my Hereford had heard and received the Ereante j of god. Thus the Church increased pan that ire 15fo, after three year s labor the Fenero reference reported 3,626 member and 283 in the priest Boot. Making in Alt 2019 saute by a such triumphant Sucre a a u9t Cerefi ire to England Scotland enjoyed a Lorton red t Ireland was also cult it a rejoice anti w vie Tco a Tif Irel by her thousands How the Church Hod progressed in that province. In Sci a Stoid the blood ctr erected Pyramid a of bigotry red a oper Sti Tui bad been triumphantly a locked tet Hough my trained by the Prover Hall wanness of i to scotch. The conference a tub i he in Fotre Burgh notwithstanding that Hundred Hod re moved and Hundred More eng Aie to still represented inn1� than ,5tet member. A tax i a a a also proclaim a and Over �?~k.1 mrw Usero were now revelling in the enjoyment of the spirit Oto truth. In Fohl More than s,5j$ had obeyed the mandates of heaven and Iona Wiwie i had. Besides emigrated to the gathering place of the Saint. As to a nut until i 1830 that Dublin had heard the principle of truth he a. However glad to in that a a mail i Branch bad been Estad Isle in that City. In a a Yale their Success still More grew and glorious. In 1851, the number of in the principality res 1.819, including j the a Tati Eticy of january lat showed t Ier re altogether m the or Watrel Krego for 12reference 60. Branch a 22 seventies. 12 High priest 1.761 elders 1,300 priests 1,228 troth ers. 682 , Ai d 23, of member Maht req a total of 30.7 7 a aint. During the.r�t two teen years More than 50,t had been twp Iseff i in England of which nearly 17,19# boy nne grate a from by a he of to Zure. Lie next gave a Brief a Ketch of the Progre ref the work Tiv London. In february 1851, a be i it it and to can Fei Euce a organised Eiwen isling of three brandies London w us with. And a Cybard. J and composed of about 8�i member. 17�# num a ber of members to 8-12, Hud Mcrea Rel to but or 500, and to number of Branch bad my re than trebled. In inf the m five year. To by person had yielded us obedience to the gosh we. It the present year the cooler a Nee Uii to tire presidential charge of the present chairman. Elder Fri b Kelsey whee knowledge he Bee t tested end Vrle a i a not Lam a poke we for i Wisdom and discretion. After an Appeal that he might he it Tehru to Cunt Umb 1 3kv Jet Fallt. Cow crw tit a cwt ffi1 j v we two to tire w1 a a a Era in the cent Renee. Curl Uret he epoch to Coine might be one of Euc Cess Bap Piuos a knowledge and tight. The is hardly necessary to inform our Reader that our idea Are parched withered dried up utterly extinguished by the superabundance of caloric at present prevailing. Y the Boston Gazette Speaks of witnessing the effect of s veral Sharp showers opon the new costume. The turkish Trowser lost their Graceful contour and flapped round the pedestals of the wearers like a wet Banner round a Flag staff while the tunic was deprived of it stiffness. The fair Bloomer a in a most awkward position and reminded the Gazette of a seriously indisposed Hen who had been caught Seine Way from her Roost in a Thunder storm. To a had the pleasure a few evening ago of Riding out a couple of Miles upon the Keokuk Plank Road not exactly upon the planks but upon the Grade. The Road leads out through a Beautiful and Fertile tract of country and we shall heartily congratulate the citizens of our sister City when they shall have the pleasure of driving out fifty Miles upon the boards Fem a Elva. And a shall expect them after a while to follow our example in another re Peck when they see us going thirty or forty Miles an hour upon the Burlington and Peoria Redroad. Just keep Cool friends of to a a Gate and we will Tell them you Are coming on behind. To Yoong Kwh Yermo. Tha of the Phil. Siphie bulge to Lurn she the foil Wius Bescript Jiuu #. The appearance of the austrian emperor us it in the midst of the throng. Rot j noticed by the crowd though saluted often from j a he Carr rvs a j0�?T1 see a a Irupe Carriage with two servant m baht he Eris behind and m front a Young gentle Tuan to hid gloves and White j military coat and Small Cap driving. He Houte the reing Well and drive fast a Friend sits beside him socially chattering with him. Otherwise you would notice him. Yet that is the emperor of Tecc immense austrian Empire s the Man on whose Clion sep Mel More of la interest of humanity than on those of a rest i any other Man m this country the curare rerun of Hungary the subdued of t a reel 1 and Alee one must ear not of much i to be hoped from him. Do you a that a tout rider in office a a i dress who occasionally rein a fiery Here near him and exchanges a word a ily with him it a Man with Sharp Eye and dashing appearance Foo Hong much a let a a a Bucko of London tile that Xian is in out grow new the sir Mulberry a Hawk to the Young rep crop. The favorite to on who initiated the Price w to 1 the mysteries of dissipation and now keep i hold of the Emp ror. Litre re flu nce. It i nid. A Nhoun fort and through Uay tire whole mind j of Francis i Boskind up in Orrene. And togs and soldiers uniforms and every Are Cir of Tritle i the weak worn look of the Young Man and the keen conf in a of ate of the cum est oboe at i every thing which i have Hoard from the win ought to know Well. Flex of it or the rata Ter. Lie Whf the a on of a banker in Lombard it., who left bios a consider i Fortune which he i dissipated in horse racing and woe compiled to make pro Lenori of printing which he had really studied As an am use me it. Under these circumstance he was Eui ploy a by the late Duke of some ret who a a ailed the proud to decorate some part of bin House now called the Northumberland Hun drug prompted by Cino Uty a came to a the at work when Seymour Reid Myrete. By claimed an a Bianca with his Feu by their names being Gumilar which so Offen ted be Grace that he ordered the Painter to he instantly dismissed. The Dike afterwards finding no artist Olle to pro Etc a a i with the work a a obliged to Send his Steward to the Dis a Fod artist who with Xich difficulty prevailed on the Painter the consent to resume la work. Hear the River continues to recede slowly open j Cor Degly ordered the u be erected see Ite this City Cal. He Fri i e Igetti Don. If w As obliged to be unit gtd by a Curt in tune ltd a Ehunt of a great banquet. When he Ware formed that ail things Wren reply he the Marl the Houston Texas Telegraph of a a 23d log by 9t�,9>. A a Eward a i a ult. Contains the following remarks it or old to did a a apprehending the visit of col. Hardee to the lodges of the a quot to m a a comanches on the upper tributaries of the col 1 no a a a a a a a a a a War a Orado seem to five Fiad quite a a Lutary reflow jul enc upon these Htom. They Bec Ouw so re b v in timid and that they readily surrendered them ltd fellow i will cum it a a Hen can prisoner Thiv had in their , and the pm re. Met fee amour mid. Tenor of How a Pron Ivd to Aid him in capturing the in Lian an Atli Anee be chiefs. It appears that he a Promise to Lead col. Hardee to the lodges of the tribe which committed the late depredation on the Western have no Confidence in i promises and think it More probable that he was a Participator in the Verv crimes that he Cabage a item another tribe. When he bite by Xor the a a Dow a ther a a a urn pop Ping a q i estion let in atom no i k will pm a to Teal. It Woof do it. Tjwie we knew Leftow who tried to make it pop hotel Sidn to 4� it. Aft quot he had a parked up tee Gai to Eliom Lui pm. A the his , a re a a in a. Ver boded no Good i. And a few week Only elapsed before new murder we a from fir. We Eer Nefty Hope that a has become 40�n-timdafed that How i not Rei tire a it re it be w hos i 1t la was a pertinent and fore >5.e a Nying a i the emperor Nap a a a that a haul a a a a it Man pleases he tvs but a goo Rumei per see Iti a Bot Bis course has been hitherto 0 marked in Oil 14 i quot i a a by perfidy and Imp Tochle enmity that a have Row much reason to fear that he has la visited the sett Kornis to ascertain where lie car. Raoke another foray with the greatest inc com tre rare. _ the entire taxable Capata in Carolina to 43 6 .m6, of which a Lave he Force by re i Draff do for each constitute Jeffi the state tax for l3ft we $>"9.107 a and off this i the a foxes paid 1204,111 a. Kit quot r a account to it a a were presented the other Dav. By or. Daniel me Nee i of Allens Grove in this county with a prec a of Wood Ion in it rhe in length apparently j the heart of a dec together with some nah blk a natural to to surface of the Earth and other curios tie. Found at the depth of Twenty six it feet below a layer of Black loom 1 a digging. A Well in that Vicinity. It was on a High a trip of Prairie and not a tree within a half a my a Dae Enott Banner we the and examiner of the 2l�t ult., says quot be veral of on Farmers hive commenced rutting t and harvesting their Grain. The Promise of an abundant Rem is very flattering. Tote Grain crop of Eide Nick to Bis year will be a Why Don t Toofy a i in a Clenn shirt a a a Wall the Effier night �0 a Elev Narzio Ftp Girt Wal a Miro poo Yow As a key a a p z my a every bad 5ft Effie re of Wear a flex �1 t eve Rev Dav a in can a was the reply a not a Atoff a of tip a Pulfor a a Bee #.�,�?� a a a oiled a a or. A Oncey $5 a Mother i d 8 rr4 a Oaton. Quot Rae Rte ref Ike. Almog. Among the Many other exit occasioned by the freshet this season 1 the destruction Ean Ved. _ a o the Bridge the Inias Mer at this a quot Law to Nof lenten with Uch things a a a a a a we have me Siati never or a 3 re nce. The work in the Erst end of Fridg has he in gradually loosen.1 by tire in Lurne Aith water Ami on Twe Day morning let. The swelling of the of Foering Between the a hut ments caused by run was great a to fore Bou 5�� feet of to Iwig Over to the South aide. Aai attempt we Arete Lor get it but to so Ikang the a a Twat on the East end gave Way and 324 fort it the Arosix left into he fiver. The work of repairing will not be Nymn eed till the water in the met a Noah. Rise Progris of tra Elk ill not by greatly to a re re by flu accides of Rev bunt will Ceuta Ion to ply Fruin the toot of Bridge a Treni fifth Olla or a i of the rim a ill the a Spur arc Coa up u pub Tun w. A Flat a a to sniffed with Abu i eoe in med Drife of Wuu a run Etu tre Steerer flt Tfir Tea ? Rhu fed As a he was i Cut Ergo no iter irow on the Gulin a Salt a Kwark wig Teeg of a to note i her above water lure. Tha let treed Otey a Unk and four men employed in Barb Rety a. 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