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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 24, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Weekly Telegraph. Be just and team Koto a lit All til sxd9 thou Aix St at be thy Cou Utby a the codes and tbuths.%, a Fomil 31aosiqjirr�?�pnfral in no stirs and denote to literature idea re Commette Jberl Janir Iris Ani Ceneria hems of Tolje Morgan amp my Kenny. Burlington Iowa saturday May 24, 1851. Yol. 1�?no. 42. Vet Kly Telegraph Tiung ton tuesday May v1851 ahead of the moods hoax. Ivity of relation spiritual visitations dry a and a a High Galuten a situate at the foot the rapid has recently been thrown into jj., and a a Tate of partial Clairvoyance by article in the St. Loss Republic which incidentally mentions the town of a Kuk. And shadows Forth a sort of Skeleton in that for a rail Rod from St. Louis parallel so Mississippi and running North through Minnesota to that a a undiscovered of fiery a from which sir John Franklin has never ret returned. Tie project is a grand one has the Merit of originality and perhaps the brightest idea in the whole of this magnificent Conception is that of tacking Keokuk to train and making it part and parcel of the Enterprise the nip and tuckers Are very a v in thir new dreams and the hallucination in probably last Long enough to counter get the effect produced by the Alexandria and govt qua Plank Road proposition and the to area ered diversion to Montrose of the Tan and potato Trade of Charleston. In other words it will probably prevent an immediate re nos it Oan air 40airs, and save them for Fise at least from the dangers of a sudden collapse. The Republican has acted with a Praise Wor by degree of humanity in the premises and t is confidently believed that its benevolent purpose will be in part accomplished. The Jao Diness with which the whole dose has been allowed is a sufficient proof that something was much needed and if we May judge from be dispatch the effect has been highly satisfactory. That paper says the rec Blicas after Long silence and delay has it last reached out to us the hand of Fellowship. It a tade Withroe that the Metropolis of Missouri and Ige Metropolis of Iowa were fraternize in feeling lad fort a they Are in interest. The Republican a been cautious and Prucna stating but it has now to puke. Out to its thousands of readers and proclaim to through the West that Keokuk and 8t. Louis must k suited. Keokuk is to her the gathering Point Tat Only of Iowa but of the North West. Her Luter a of Are identical with ours and she must cooperate nth As if be would retain the agricultural and min Psi wealth a bib is now being gras ted at by ber rigorous Northern competitor Chicago. It Ravins to that in View of this Competition and the Exien Otto the Case the Stock Otibe or. Louis and notes Railroad and of the i Gnu lit i k and Keokuk Drua it a Shoi id meet As ready a Sale in 8t. Louis a that of a Pacific Railroad. Had the editor stopped Here the people of 8t. Louis whose future destiny doubtless depends upon the one horse a gathering Point a would have been inclined to believe that Keokuk was willing of have them build the Road. But unfortunately for that most gaseous gentleman he elsewhere takes occasion to show that railroads Are not the things they have been cracked up to be and that the difference in freight is altogether in favor of the River. It is proper however to give him the Benefit of the fact that when taking this View of the subject be was frowning upon the Burlington and peons rail Road which Lea is East from the River and not grinning in a clairvoyant state Over tic North pole and St. Louis hoax which runs along the Bank of the River. Poor fellow should he Ever recover from that mysterious in thence w hich now leads hit captive through the realms of spiritual knocking and other fancies veiling from his mortal Ken the insignificant realities of this mundane sphere he will have a Deal of trouble in reconciling his random shots with his mad rhapsodies. The following strikes of a being on very bad terms with the proceed ing extract give us the comparative rates of freight and charges sol prot give that the Chicago or the Cairo Market cd Pam with the at Louis Market is Worth building a Railroad for. As we understand it the rate of freight upon the new England railroads is at the Kart calculation three times greater than the present rate apm the Mississippi a the mar Albu etts rates King about .1,4 per to in. For the iwo Miles and the determined to have a the Muscatine journal determined that its favorite locality shall become the Metropolis of the state let the cat jump As it May adopts the following Mode of reasoning by Way of preparing the Public mind abroad Lor the Best a we learn that individuals talk in regard to the loan As though the salvation of Muscatine depended upon that altogether. Now we done to think we theft it 18 Defeated or Sot will wag along As usual that is to say. Muscatine will be blessed if she does and be blessed if she done to vote the loan. In either event she is to a a wag along As usual a we commend this logic to the favor Able notice of the Keokuk philosophers who Are a a Bard up a just about these times for sat a a factory whys and wherefores. Presan rate from Keokuk Apon the River , for the shoe div Tanee. We Are not guaranteeing the precise figures but believe ibis to be Lees than the a sect ratio and throw out the matter for the Inver Tig Atwa of the ii Akwete and shall be pleased to it it a it up with him. The fart is in our opinion that the so Konon we in fit Kail Roud wont be built�?1st, because it it Jet pay 2d, became the Money can to be rained for rib preference to the Warsaw and 1�?Tkokia Hoad sad id that the main object in agitating the matter Eteo Uusi Over the Trade of the los Moines country. We shall not take the bread out of our neighbors a Mouth by going into the investigation Here Aviter. We will Only say in general terms that if it will not pay to ship by Railroad to Cairo or Chi Gaco it w ill hardly pay to ship to St. Louts by Way of the North pole and nip amuck track. Thus in its Effort to work up ii Boax of the Republican with the View of Blind folding an 1 be fiddling the of Kaloo sians a to dispatch Lias betrayed itself and overshot the Mark by considerable. And to make bad a arte the editor unwittingly lugs in the War a a and Peoria rail Road As a proposition which is to take the place of the Burlington at the earns ruinous rate of freights in casting hts net for Gudgeon the Captain has became mixed up in hit own meshes and is Likely it be the Only one that will be caught. A to the sagacious opinions expressed in relation to the ultimate failure of the Burlington and Peoria Road we shall leave them where we a lid them preferring to record facts simply As they occur rather than Rob our neighbor of his a Austig fancies. The meet no on saturday night. The rail Road meeting at the court room to saturday evening last notwithstanding the a Treme i clemency of the weather was largely a a tended and the Best spirit prevailed. J. W. Crines Esq., acted As chairman and or. O. C. Wight Nan As Secretary of the meeting. The subscription committee made an inform-�1 report to the effect that Between forty and fifty thousand dollars had been subscribed. In the course of the evening several persons went tar Ward and doubled their subscriptions and a rating adjourned with the understanding a Kef each and every subscriber would double a figures if it became necessary. The following pm a Yemen were then appointed a committee to cat Vui the City and county during the present we for further subscriptions with instructions to report at a regular meeting of the people on saturday evening Viz Abner Leonard a. Dodge j. G. Edwards a. W. Carpenter Mai Adam Funk t. L. Sargent Henry Arery. J p Sunderland John h. My Kenny w. B. A a my and John s Schramm. The a Airfield Ledger after giving an extract from the article which recently appeared in the St. Louis Republican relative to the Enterprise and prospects of Burlington says a we have made this extract fur the purpose of showing the View taken by those who have no local interest at stake of the prospects for the completion of this Railroad which when in operation will be of As much Benefit to Fairfield in proportion As to Burlington. When our Plank Road is completed we will by this Means be in connection with a Good and steady Market the year round and produce can be sold to As Good an advantage Here As any other place in the West. Our interests Are inseparably identified with those of Burlington and every improvement that is calculated to Aid her Prosperity and growth is just As sure to add to ours and the necessity of a speedy a a Niple Tion of our Plank Road is Force endowed in the above extract and we Hope that our citizens will now take hold of the matter with renewed action Ami secure to the directors who seem desirous of doing All in their Power the Means necessary for the successful promotion of this Henderson county against Bunsen Tenox. This county by a majority of about one Hundred has refused to take any Stock in the Peoria and ltd Sawka Railroad this we presume settles the matter about the Road going to Oquawka and does not Coine up to our expectations heretofore express of the people of Henderson in reference to this subject. The refusal of that county to take any of the Stock will not materially affect the prospects of the work or Dampen the ardor of the people in other portions who Are in favor of it it will Only result in inducing to More liberality and greater exertions on the part of its friends in carrying out a project which it is As Clear As Light ought to be and none but a demented people would think of making a retrograde movement now after what has been done and said upon the subject. We copy the foregoing from the last Peoria Republican. We Are not disappointed in the ote of Henderson. She cannot afford we presume to build the Road or and considerable portion of it from Monmouth to we halt a no right to expect that she would vote her Money into the pocket of Burlington. Our citizens have never counted upon assistance from that Quarter but on the contrary have acted from the Start upon the supposition that that county would be against us rather than for the Republican is Safe in saying that a a the refusal of that county to take any of the Stock will not materially affect the prospects of the work or Dampen the ardor of people in other portions who Are in favor of the Enterprise is of such character As to ensure it Success against All obstacles and Over infinitely greater ones than any which have As yet been interposed. _ 7lt our estimable Friend of the Keokuk dispatch who appears distressed by the Remis Ness of the Burlington press is respectfully informed that the proceedings of the Oquawka and Sand Ridge Plank Road meeting were put in Type for last paper but were crowded out by the press of other matter. We have not read them As yet but Hope they will be vastly agreeable to our neighbor. He is also informed that the vote of Henderson county against the loan being in accordance with Universal expectation Here speedily passed from general recollection and is worthy of remembrance Only As a Small a Tail Holt a for Keokuk. May. Remey of the Oswego will please accept our thanks for late St. Louis papers. About Muscatine journal says this town was surveyed into lots in the Spring of 1381and commenced at that time with a population of one Hundred inhabitants who had been attracted to this Point not by visionary scheme but by its favourable position for Trade. But what is she now since our residence her which has been about two year she has doubled in population. No wonder Amin Bey declined visiting the upper Mississippi. Finding himself eclipsed by a country editor the turkish envoy left the u. S. Cha fallen and in disgust. Muscatine is certainly a in a Way to become extensive. We observe however that occasionally a citizen is lost and the journal As a candid and fair Deang paper should admits the fact As for instance a boy was fishing it the foot of Ogilvie Landing in this place on tuesday ism be Drew from the River the body of a it male infant which it u a opposed had let Een thrown into the River the night previous for the purpose of conceal meat. Such an event cannot but excite the liveliest sympathies of the human breast and ensure for the editor the sincere condolence of the Public press. Fob the persons who left St. Joseph to. A few Days since for Oregon we notice the names of the following from this county Viz Amelia Millard and son and daughter Robert Ogle wife and child John Allen and John Mccullough. Official abstract of tie returns of the election for us. Per intendant of Public instruction april 7th, 1851. Counties. Alla Makee App noose Boone Benton Buchannan Cedar Clinton Clayton Des Moines do Ruque Davis Delaware Decatur Dallas Fayette f remont Henry Iowa Jackson Johnson Jones Jefferson Jasper Keokuk Lee Linn Louisa Lucas Mahaska Muscatine Marshall Marion Monroe Madison Ottaw Ottamie Polk Poweshiek Scott Van Buren Washington Wapello Warren Winneshiek Benton a maj. Benton Good Traff. 6a 51 232 87 53 00 38 38 38 34 308 219 163 81 232 224 570 557 482 252 343 289 157 112 26 4 45 33 73 83 37 55 327 575 71 38 551 341 316 215 240 147 485 507 56 88 287 236 9 6 661 352 310 249 279 44 27 288 431 308 282 34 2 24 218 189 113 57 45 51 397 �1 206 45 32 441 26� 625 552 212 332 523 4 16 41 42 22 53 10.353 9,002 1,351 9,002 the the following did Patch a Wal be seen that the cholera is again a its appearance at different Points. Thanks a be quarantine regulations so timely and so a a a get rally enforced at St. Louis we Are not a a posed to attack As formerly by its introduce from abroad at the tame time it is advise 1� rid ourselves As soon As possible of All a a a causes which would be Likely to Teigen a among us. The City authorities we Are to observe have already entered upon tins a with commendable Zeal and we sincerely to their example will be imitated by our Eit aurally. _ Cairo my 15�?11 a a a am Cade Sam left this evening flt St. Jfe i a Ultra arrived Here to Day having had of cd Jura on Board during the trip. Rim bad fatten three in Bee since last 1 and still receding. Weather warm. A Serif cried Iii May 15. Fejera has made in appear Aoee amongst a or death during the lat thirty Verai new cases this flu room. It is Wertam. thanks Are due the Hon. G. He Cleary Secretary of state for an offi a Arraet of votes East for Superine Vulant of a Rex it lion of this state at the late Elee a a a he seen that col. Benton i Ma-m1 �1,551 soda water and ice Cream. A Clea in All their deliciousness the rung. Their saloons Are fitted up a to Bdl s3" the River has again Rinen to such a stage that boats Cross the rapids without difficulty and Keokuk stands Back a a like a poor boy at a Frolick a Kroer had 500 inhabitants in 146 in five year she had 4,000 being an increase of seven Hundred per Keokuk dispatch. If the above be True there Are other factories we opine than Gas ones in that famous City the census returns by a tight shave showed a population a Little Over half the amount put Down in the round figures above quoted. Supreme regular term of the supreme court commenced its session in this City yesterday. There is said to be an unusually Large amount of business on the docket. Present judges Kinny and Green. Spring term of the District court for this county adjourned saturday evening after a session of three week. Col. Fitz Henry Warren 2d asst. A m. General arrived in St. Louis on Friday last and May be expected Here daily. J monster this head the Pittsburgh journal informs us that contracts have just been closed there by i Apt. Romans which Marks an Era in Pittsburgh Stean boat build a. It is the building of a Mammoth Steamer measuring 1,175 tons but carrying Between 15, xxx and 1,6000. A a be is to run in the St. Louis and new Orleans Trade the first Large boat built there for that Trade since the Day of the j. M White. Pittsburgh had some How fallen from preference in that Quarter and the closing of the contracts for this boat Are the fist indications of a recovery. As Horary w e May i this return of old a Tarbie Fountain will Al i i a an mrm the falling off is but temporary we May to Felicitated ourselves on this return of old a Quain a Nee As proof of the skill of our mechanics and the cheapness of their a. The Hull of this Steamer will be 310 feet Long by 44� feet beam with a depth of 9 feet Clear. It is to be built at Freedom. Be in to have two engines of Preat Povy for from the manufactory of James Nelson h. To. The cylinders Are to be 32 inches in diameter with a stroke of 10 feet. The boilers 6 in number Are to be 42 inches in diameter with a length of 30 feet. Her wafer wheels will be gigantic�?40 feet Gnu diameter with buckets of 14 feet f there is a belief entertained among some of our skilled mechanics that this will be the fastest Steamer that Ever ploughed the Mamie sip 1 Pittsburgh has the Honor of having turned ont the Steamer j. M. White whose the has never been beaten or approached but it is exp coed this new Pittsburgh boat will beat the Whites time Rke a eat California up re Zjr r c Vail haa been committed for an attempt to bring the pro it of y. Turned out to to California news. From Friend has sent us a copy of the Pacific news of 1st april. We append a few . In looking Ever the advertisements we see the names of or. H. T. Huggins and or. J. H. Clay Mudd both formerly residents of this City announced As practising attorneys at san Francisco. The a a news a a warm party paper thus heralds the Advent of col. Mudd we learn with pleasure that col. J. H. Clay Mudd late of w Asili Tigon cite who has done Good service in the whig cause in years gone by intends making California his permanent residence and has opened an office in connection with h. T. Huggins Esq., late of Connecticut and j. A Hall Esq., of this City for the practice of Law. We Welcome col. Mudd among us and knowing him will predict for him and ins associated a distinguished rank in the profession. A a notice to gentleman who has been in California two years desiring to return to the a a White settlements on the Atlantic offers to sell out his chances in California for the moderate gum of $2,00 1. Appreciating his great Prospect of making a pile soon and his past experience in viewing the elephant nothing would induce him to make such a sacrifice except the most Liberal deposition. The advertiser will receive Moffat a. Eoin and ingots at Par value. Q. held to the Seymour yesterday entered into Bonds to the amount of $1000, to keep the peace Tow Ards Susan Smith whom she assaulted some time since. Upon her trial before the recorder she was fined $300. Her securities were messes. Cismont and Breedlove. The following fire eating card appears in the Stockton times a i have been informed that Justice Bullock takes umbrage at my pertinent remarks to his rigmarole a pc ltd on tuesday night this May inform him if he is any w ise hostile that he can handle me in any manner or in any shape and at whatever time and place he May appoint. E. J. Feeney. P. S. He will find me on hand. A fire broke out in the House of col. Berryman Jennings at Sacramento on ten re Street sunday night which destroyed the entire building As Well As a Small one adjoining. The Carpenter shop of or. March was pulled Down. Rich diggings have been discovered and opened about a mile above Ophir City on leather River. The Safe of 1he new England House was carried off saturday night and robbed of its contents. In the Placer times we find the following important decision by judge Robinson involving the title of j. A. Sutter to land in and about Sacramento City. He decides first that the title although incomplete is Good As against a Mere trespasser on Public lands and is insufficient to support an action of ejectment. Second that although the boundaries by the terms of Concession within which the land granted must be taken was above the Confluence of the Sacramento and Feather Rivers yet Narol evidence was admissible to vary these landmarks. A a ,. Third that the fact that capt. Sutter first settled Here is evidence that he designed to locate the land Here which must prevail Over the landmarks mentioned in the Concession. A Model Stockton times recommends All its friends the following Lorin fora turning letter. It was sent by a san Francisco Dwyer to a Stockton townsman and is a curiosity in its Way san Francisco. Friday March 7, 831 my sir Send Ine if you please without any delay $ �10, a he balance of our fee for professional labors in your service at Stockton in december last. You were kind enough to mention the first Day of febuary past As the Day on which you would Settle. It you can to Send $70�, Send $600. If not $600 then $3��, if not that $100, or $3<k>, or $200 or $100,or $50. Or $25, or $1�. Or $5. I Haven to a Dollar to pay my Board to buy a hat a pair of boots or to have my ragged coat mended and scarcely a Quarter to take a drink with. Nobody will lend me or pay me or Trust me and it is too cold to sleep out of a gets. A to paying my debts i might As Well try to drink All Stockton drunk and keep sober my self., to speak seriously i am and hard up Ana now is your time you want to do me a service. A the Hon. H. S. Foote has been nominate. By the Union state convention of Mississippi for the office of governor. Philadelphia May 12. The president arrived Here a about 4o�?Tclock, r. M. And was most enthusiastically received. Or Webster attracted if anything More attention than the. President and was most graciously received throughout the procession. The Day has been very pleasant and the military though few in number made a respectable Dis pay _ Short appears to be a fact that a serious attempt is being made at Syracuse new York to Lead the Way in the new style of Frt Nale apparel. A lady writes to the new York Tribune that Many of its Reader would be grateful for a particular Desen pm Ion of those dresses the Maimer in which they Are made inc., As a some of us will no doubt soon follow the example of our Syrax use Sisters in adopting a dress More consistent with read on and nature than that now imposed upon us by that tyrant the editor replies that he understands the dress to consist of full turkish throws ers fastened at the Ankles and skirts coming Down a trifle below the Knees. The Waist is made Loose and according to the taste of the wearer. The lady editor of a paper at Seneca Falls and several ladies at Sara Cut a lately adopted the style which the claim is far preferable to the Street wiping skirts now in Vogue. A daughter of a distinguished philanthropist in the Central Pari of the state has also adopted this new fashion and on a late occasion appeared in Public in such a dress made of the Roost costly materials. The editors of the by Ranee journals speak glowingly of the Beauty and effect of this novel inn oration. But alter All the fashion plate from Pari do not give the pattern for such costume jul alarming tote of Thines at Detroit the Tribune gives an account of Fiva different fires Holch it is supposed were the work of incendiaries. Threatening letters had been written. These fire Are doubtless the work of the friends of the nefarious gang which have recently been arrested in Michigan. Fat at b meeting of the citizens of Yamhill county Oregon territory Geo. To Mem Lane arms unanimously nominated As Delegate to Congress at the Jone election in piece of or. Tur Tox South Carolina fact ult address. The Charleston papers bring us the annexed address and resolutions which have since been adopted by the states rights convention assembled in that City. Address from the delegates of the Southern rights association of South Carolina Assem bled in Charleston to the Southern rights As stations of other Southern states. Having met to take counsel together and having agreed upon that course which we think it right and necessary to pursue a wish to Lay Blore you the considerations by which we have been governed with that frankness which our respect for you and our desire to Merit your Good opinion require. We regard the position of the Southern states in this confederacy As degraded and ruinous. The Manifest tendency of those systematic aggressions which they have suffered for Many years past is to subvert the institution of slavery. It those acts of hostile domination which have been rendered More insulting by mockery of language under the term of a Compromise were final in their nature and were not to be followed by any further aggressions we should still regard them As outrages to which the Sovereign states possessing the spirit of Freedom ought never to submit. But those measures Only form part of a system gradually commenced steadily earned Forward gathering strength from devel Pement and proceeding with fatal momentum to its end. That end is the abolition of negro slavery in the Southern states and the lowering of the free White population of the sout i to the same level of that agrarian rabble which already Strong and dangerous seems destined before very Long to be the controlling Power in the Northern states. We see no remedy and no safety for the South in the present Union. But we know that in this we differ from Many citizens of the other Southern states spirited and intelligent having the same interests and suffering under the same wrongs with ourselves and who cherish the Hope that the right of the South May be vindicated and secured without dissolving the existing confederacy. In this difference it does not become us to assume to dictate and we Hope to stand free from that charge. Up to this time the citizens of South Carolina aware that peculiarity of position arising from past events rendered a certain Reserve on their part prudent and proper have studiously avoided everything which might look like assuming the Lead in the defence of Southern rights. They desire to because they believed that safety and Lionor required action but they hoped a hat they might and leaders in other states whom they might follow in the defence of the common Caus it. When tie ancient Commonwealth of Virginia the proper Leader of the South declared her determination to resist at All hazards and to the last extremity hostile measures then threatened South Carolina with All alacrity stood ready to support Virginia in carrying out her High Resolution when Georgia whose former resistance to Federal usurpation under her heroic statesman troupe gave Promise of unflinching Furness in any contest in which she might engaged proclaimed her determination to make a stand for the rights of the South South Carolina rejoiced at the Prospect of rallying under the Banner of Georgia. And when tier Young and Gallant sister Mississippi proposed the Wise measure of a Southern convention for the purpose of endeavouring to unite the Southern states in maintaining their constitutional rights and at the same time preserving if Paisible the existing Union South Carolina heartily entered into this measure and she has carried ont the recommendation of the convention so Assem at the instance of Mississippi by providing for the election of delegates to a Southern Congress to whose meeting she still looks with anxious interest. In All these proceedings we think that the citizens of South Carolina have evinced All proper anxiety to avoid the appearance of arrogance or dictation to in concert with the citizens of the other Southern states and to do nothing Sej brately or precipitately. And now strongly a we have expressed our belief that there is no Hope for the South in the existing Union we Are prepared to give a trial fairly and in Good Faith to any effectual plan w hich May be proposed by any Sis far state for obtaining redress for the past and Security for the future without the dissolution of the existing Union if there be a possibility of such a consummation. But we find ourselves forced to consider the ulterior question what we Are to do if we find that there is no reasonable Hope of the co operation of any other Southern St Ite in any effectual plan of Relief and the alternative is presented to us of submitting or acting by ourselves. And reluctant As we Are to separate ourselves from our natural friends and allies we have made up our minds. We cannot submit. We know that South Carolina entered this confederacy As a Sovereign and Independent state and that having been wronged a he has the perfect right to withdraw from it. Her sons must exercise the right and meet the consequences. If no other state will join us in relieving ourselves from the wrongs already inflicted we see no Hope in waiting for new outrages to arouse a higher spirit of resistance. The new outrages we Are Well convinced j will come in due time but we feel no Assurance that the spirit of the Vassal will Rise in proper j Tion to the indignities heaped upon his head. On j the contrary we see that the South has already j borne what it would not for a moment have submitted to ten years Igo an. What the North would not then have ventured to perpetrate. We in seceding South Carolina will simply do an which All Southern men who believe in the existence of state rights at All must admit that she has a perfect right to do and which she regards As absolutely necessary. She will be acting on her sacred right. She will be acting As she would have to if none of the Southern so ates were in existence and she were the Only object of aggression by the Northern states and the Federal government. She is not answer Able for the usurpation and injustice which May be co Ramit de against her. And for her sister states of the South of ask of her to refrain from an exercise of right which she regard As indispensable for self preservation would be an inter Terence with her free action of a far different character from any with which she can be charged towards them. Sovereigns Are equals in seceding alone South Carolina would be placing her sister states of the South under no constraint it would come from the action of the Federal government not of South Carolina. But if they should insist upon her refraining from the exercise of her right and submitting to a condition which she regards As intolerable they would make themselves parties with the Federal government in placing an Unju stable constraint upon a Sovereign and an equal. We wish that the necessity for separate action by South Carolina which we have contemplated May be averted. We confide in the Gallant spirits whom we address. There May be some Hope of the assembling of a Southern Congress to devise measures of redress and Relief upon which some of the injured states May unite we have heretofore been willing to sacrifice much for Southern Union. We still Are. We do not desire to Lead but to follow. Propose any effectual measures for vindicating our common rights and providing for our common safety and we will heartily unite with you in carrying them out. We should regret most deeply to incur the censure of friends with whom we have the strongest desire to in concert. But we feel a deep conviction that we have not acted heretofore with any precipitation and that we Are in the right in the determination which we have formed. The self abasement of submission appears to us unworthy of men still pretending of be tree. The gloomy Prospect of inevitable ruin to follow submission appears to us More formidable than any dangers to be encountered in contending alone against whatever Odds for our rights. We have come to the deliberate conclusion that if it be our Fate to be left alone in the struggle alone w e must vindicate our Liberty by secession. Or. Gregg from the select committee of Twenty one submitted the following resolutions As expressive of the sentiments of the convention which As will be seen by a telegraphic dispatch in another column have since been adopted 1. Resolved that in the opinion of this meeting the state of South Carolina cannot submit to the wrongs and aggressions which have been perpetrated by the Federal government and the no Thorn state without Dishonour and ruin and that it is necessary to relieve herself therefrom whether with or without co of iteration of other Southern states. 2. Resolved. That concert of action with one or More of our sister s ates of the South w Heth or through the proposed Southern Congress or in any other manner is an object Worth Many sacrifice but not the sacrifice involved in submission. 3 resolved. That we hold the right of secession to been Sencial to the sovereignty and Freedom of the states of this confederacy and that the denial of that right would furnish to an injured state the strongest additional cause for its exercise. 4. Resolved that this meeting looks with Confidence and Hope to the com mention of the people to exert the Sovereign Power of the stale in defence of its rights at the earliest practicable be nod and in the most effectual manner and to the legislature of adopt the most speedy and effectual measures towards the same end. Or. Cartwright of a late essay by or. Cartwright of Louisiana on the peculiarities of the negro race we find a curious yet very interesting inor eau of biblical criticism. This extract occurs in the new Orleans medical an i surgical journal a work which is come acted with derided ability. From this essay As pertinent to the times we make the following extract i have thus hastily and a imperfectly noticed some of the More striking anatomical and physiological peculiarities of the negro race. The question May be asked does he belong to the same race As the wife Man is he a son of Adam does his Peculiar physical Constitution stand in opposition to the Bible or dots it prove its truth these ate important questions both in a medical historical and theological Point of View. They can be better answered by a comparison with the facts derived from Anatomy physiology history and theology to see in they sustain one another. Vye learn from the Book of genesis that Noah had three sons Shem Ham and Jap Lieth and that Canaan the son of Ham. Was doomed to be the servant of servants unto his Brethren. From history marrying a Fortune. By Geo. Cunning Hill. Full half of Mankind will never get through searching up my a Ney marches for themselves until the other has half a Lone with holding the Money. That is a fixed fact which no on will from one to two and a half feet from the surface of the ground in Oblong cells of about an Inch in the shortest and a two or three inches in the longest diameter the cells being generally horizontal. These cells however appear to be moveable that is the insect digs the Earth from one end and packs it in the other. Tie object of these movements seems to be to obtain fresh vegetable matter on which to feed. The insect obtains its food irom the Small radicals that every where pervade the Fertile Earth. It takes its food from the surface of these roofs the moist exudation like animal perspiration flt a which purpose his nostrum or snout is provided Wuh three exceed a ugly delicate capillaries or hairs which it projects from the tube of the snout and sweeps them Over the surface gathering up the minute drops of moisture. This is its Only food. The Mode of taking it can be seen by a go a a a Glass. It does not puncture the bark because in has no instrument for such a purpose the inference intended to be drawn that they puncture the roots of Pear Trees and thus cause the death of the tree is therefore erroneous. It is also an error to Sar a a Shuhl a tree on which these larva have been feeding be Cut Down the insects perish for want of it the author referred to will find a place where Trees or shrubbery grew in 1834, and which were Cut Down the land cleared and even houses built upon it sixteen years ago she will find the locusts there now and will see them emerge from the ground about the 26th of May 1831, just As undoubtedly As she will from under the tree in w hich they were originally deposited. The tract of country that will be occupied this year by the locusts extends from Patapsco River in Maryland to Bucks county in Pennsylvania and from the Delaware River to the Middle Range of the Alleghany mountains including Bedford county. A. The insects leave the ground about the 2hh of May in Maryland to the 23th of May in Pennsylvania. There is another Locust District this quot year in Georgia and South Carolinas a Small tract embracing a portion of these states and another Small one in Mississippi. 1 have the location of thirty four different districts occupying fourteen of the seventeen years. The other three years Are no doubt occupied in the Western wilds of North America Between latitude 1� -2deg. N., and 20 Deg. Beyond which parallels i have not been Able to hear from them. The locusts will appear in new York in i860 this District extends to the Connecticut River East and As far North As Washington county and a Large portion of new Jersey. I have specimens of the insect from a great number of districts and can find not the slightest difference in them. In the whole Tange of natural history there is nothing More strange than the fact which has been established with As much certainty As any fact in astronomy Ever was that a Littig insect not As Large a the smallest aunt shall pass into the ground and remain there seventeen years and then emerge in the form of a comparatively Large insect or that a certain tribe of insects shall appear Here in immense numbers numbers almost equal to those on the sea Shore exactly once in seven tee years always in the same month almost on the same Day and the same hour. It is indeed wonderful but it is nevertheless True. The mud song or sound produced by the myriads of insects in a warm Day from about the 25 h of May to the Middle of june is wonderful. It is not deafening As Many describe it even in its height it does not interrupt Ordinary conversation. It seeing like an atmosphere of wild monotonous soul in which All a it ther sounds float with perfect distinctness. 1 never could distinguish anything like the word a a pharaoh a in these . After you have become satisfied with the Novelty of this music which will be in a Day or two it becomes exceedingly tiresome and doleful and to Many very disagreeable. To me it was otherwise and when i heart the last note on the 22<l of june the melancholy reflection occurred shall 1 live to hear it again probably the first indication Many persons have of the approach of locusts will be the Industry with which they will find the hogs rooting up the ground in the Woods and Fields. It is a great festival Lor them. And soon a the insects appear above ground chickens turkeys and ail poultry will have their feast. So fond Are the Birds fowls pigs ac., of these insects that they will scarcely touch other food during the Locust Trason. This has a re Akabie effect on All Hen s eggs Laid alter the locusts appear we learn that the descendants of Canaan settled their Yolks Are nearly White. The chickens be in Africa a no Are the present f this a a eans or come very fat and of Fin flavor. Even the it front the scientific american. The 17 year Locaste a 1s51. I have male this insect a special object of study for seventeen years beginning in april 1845. During the Spring Ami summer of that yer i made a careful Lamina Hon of its Anatomy and habits from the perfect larva state to attempt to Call in question the descent of its progeny in july and August Tom turnabout was one of the Pennylee a into the Earth. Ones. No get that it was by any Means the fault a a a a a a a of his own but merely happened to be so it i have frequently found the larva since 1834, was a this stars to be poor. And what made in the ground where they went Down in that la matter worse beside being poor per be he year but in no instance have i found them As a poor barrister a situation rendered by the writer above alluded to has stated a a in com a Odds exquisitely distressing a brie Fless bar pact cells with no outlet except that in imme Rister is always Short of every thing from soap Diate Contact with the i find them i to suits. Tom was withal an individual of More than Ordinary personal attractions so far As the the a vet of #1 a we a a mrs. Macfarlane was a Law by of the Noble set Tish family of Kerr who reduced a a res. Had married a Law agent by the name of Macfarlane. 8h# was extremity Beautiful and therefore much pestered by the Advant a Eil Fca dissolute Young Sci Dame in Samburg. The was in lt69. A Young englishman by the name of Carle became so deeply enamoured of ber that he threatened her. If a he comm net Elope with him to utterly blast ber character by averting that he had Hall an intrigue with her. She could not believe that a would a to so dishonourable and an Ertz but he 41 throw out Bint at a pub re Caffe House which i conveyed what he has i threatened. The a ext Forenoon she went to pay a visit in a Distant part of the town but she could not help remark opinion of the majority of the other sex went j that while she seemed to have become an and upon this opinion he Early determine to i object of additional interest to the male be log ind pretty much All his future. With i Iff the Adies even these with whom she had been Able and excessively social manners it would 1 on terms of civil recognition averted their Eye have been no wonder at All if he it Iid not have to a from her with n, As she thought of undergo Many pangs in the measurement of his contempt. Living by his circumstances at last by one of the most fortunate of the Dice of Chance of which we read or hear but rarely. Torn turnabout was married Ami to a lady of Fortune. It seemed to him a if the Fortune was accumulated for his use and be Hoof alone. And on his wedding Day no Nan a a any where to be found who could make show of a larger share of enjoyment in Prospect. Matters went on Well enough fur a time As Well perhaps As ought to have been expected for the brie Fless barrister was now possessed of a comfortable Home and assured of an excellent living together with a Young Ami pretty wife for mrs. Euphrasia turnabout As every Law by said was a very pretty Young woman. Her hair Curie her Eves were of a Jet Black her Hall was delicate and of a Lilly White Ami she knew How to dispense the most gracious and bewitching smiles How com a he be otherwise than pretty likewise amiable ? at least so thought for a time Tom turnabout Esq., who esteemed Hini a of her Liege lord Ami master. But there was one thing that seriously troubled Tom and that was How to broach the subject of coming into due Possession and management of his wife a property. For this he had married could it be that he was no better Oil now ? the thought alone made him Giddy. He went round and round the subject in his mind for a Long time at each re volition becoming More perplexed. At no single time dared he to nerve his courage up to the Effort Nec Esva a to be made in Oiler to have the matter Coine Feterly Una Ler stood Between them. Euphrasia lad never attended to the subject of Money simply going ahead and managing the Hou hold a if she had fully resolved to count at least one in its management and classification Tom Hall repeatedly hinted to her about a depo fifes a a Bank stocks taxes a and All the other non Ute appurtenances to the Possession of a Fortune but hit Ergo to just no purpose at All she made neither revelation nor explanation least of ail did she betray ber native acuteness by taking a hint. Such state of affairs was worrying Tom into a fit of desperation if not into his grave and he finally made up his mind to come to an understanding in some Way or other just a soon As practicable. So Long As it was necessary to keep tie embers of Hope alive he had sedulously avoided the lady upon whom a be called received Bee in the coldest manner and of an a spun air on being a ked did not hesitate to mention what a he had heard As the town talk that morning that or. Fri Ley professed him Efto be a favored Lover. The unfortunate lady burst into a passion of tears and lamp Nta tons at this >nt�4? gence protested her innocence 4 Iho Osand tube a and a declare herself of be Only the victim of profligate but still she saw that she did not produce an entirely exp to Pat try effect upon Fth mind of her Friend. She went Home in a Matt of a mistress bordering on despair. Her Earby mis forties through the severity of the government her dependent situation in the houses of her Kinfolk her unhappy marriage to a Sis she could never love Arul finally their incl cold Ness with Vij Hurh she had been treatre by her former Friend to in the a lays of her depression All recur etl upon her mind for the most desperate Resolution. Early in the afternoon so sent a note 1� or Cayley requesting in her usual terms theft Vic of his company. The receipt of the Billet threw him into transports of Joy for of believed his scheme had already taken eff ocl and that she was Bow prepared to accede to his proposals. He therefore dressed Kir Voljin his beat attle and i at the proper hour he Felt too secure Othia prey to go sooner walked across the a treet to his appointment. He was shown into a Roosa at the Back of the House where be bail levee before been and where there Furni Ture besides a picture of mrs. Macfarlane painted by sir John Medina an italian artist who Long Practised Bis Trade in the scottish capita. Tins portrait which he began to gaze upon with All the enthusiasm of a Lover represented his mistress in a style and manner sink infer Beautiful. The utmost serenity United with tie utmost inno Ceuch shone in those sweetly Noble features. The Lair open brow glowed like the summer by calmly and Elou Tessly Beautiful. The Eye shone with the Lustre of gladness and intelligence and the whole expression was resolved into an exquisite and killing smile. The Lover stood in a transport before the image of All he help to dear on Earth As if he was yielding to an Biol. Trout contemplation of its extraordinary lowliness when the Doe was opened and behold the original instead of the voluptuous smile which shone on the Canvas of Medina a Beautiful fury stood before h m a Hecate not yet grown old. He started All his former acquaintance lest he might too with horror Lor not Only did a she Bear in Black race of men that Shem occupied Asia and Japheth the North of Europe. In the 9th chapter and 27th verse of genesis one of the most authentic books of the Bible is this remarkable prophecy a a go i shall enlarge Japheth and he a Hall dwell in the tents of Shem and Canaan shall be his Japheth has been in Argell greatly by the discovery of a new ire not Willin a to try the Experiment How Long world the continent of America. He found in a 1 t a 1. »1 in Aiu a in Rel i of birr 1 i i to c f a it will be before our spirit is completely broken by Gray Lually and continually yielding to slow Ami gradual but unceasing encroachments. And if the exercise of the right of secession is to be followed by the attempt on the part of the government of this confederacy to subjugate South Carolina it is better that we should meet that attempt while we still have some spirit and some Power of resistance left. If we we Are to submit to the condition of a conquered people we think it less dishonourable not to do so until we hav first been conquered. And if anything could add to the necessity which we believe exists for a withdrawal from the existing Union it would be the Wiemal of that right of secession. For the Uxmal of that right indicates of itself extreme danger. The right of secession has heretofore and in better Days been regarded As unquestionable by All Southern politicians with the exec to 11 of an inconsiderable number of consolidation a a. And if Ever that right can be denied without arousing the whole South to sustain it the South will be Ripe Lor the most miserable Fate which has Ever befallen any people. It Well then As a permanent sectional minority have no defence against the tyranny of a government combining All the vices of the corrupted democracy and the most oppressive foreign il�5potism. We know the consequences which will follow a failure in our Effort to maintain Liberty. We see clearly that a triumphant exertion of the Power of the few feral government in subjugating a state will vastly mar can a that Power and greatly accelerate the change already far advanced of our federative system into a consolidated Central desk mutism. We see also that South Carolina will not suffer the consequences of this change alone but that the rest of the Southern state s roust suffer in an equal degree. They will have no safeguard again of the Central government strengthened by crushing opposition and rendered by triumphant Force what our Northern enemies have Long been endeavouring to make it by fraudulent usurpation the us Naeroe government of a Consol plated nation. The sovereignty of one Southern state cannot be destroyed without the loss of their sovereignty by All the other. We Are aware of the responsibility of doing an which May hasten these consequences. We feel the respect which we owe to states having a common interest threatened by a common danger but not equally persuade Voith ourselves of the necessity of action. And nothing would induce us to take without their concurrences but a thorough conviction of the necessity which urges us and of our right to to a addressing citizens of other Southern states associated to maintain the rights of the South we cannot imagine it to be necessary to argue about the right of secession. W e hold it to be the great state right without which am others Are nugatory and incapable of being enforced Ami your to Litton assures us that your Faith cannot be different from ours. Nor Ean we it As necessary to discuss the wrong which have been inflicted on the Southern states. They May be denied by those who shut their eyes to them but you do not belong to that class. Southern and state rights men May differ As to the necessity of a a exciting the right of secession at a particular time on account of those wrongs. But As certain a the right exists each state Rouslin sess the right of judging for herself of to the Ocean Ion and time for its exercise. If South Carolina decides that Honor and or feta require her to secede she has the right to leave the confederacy peaceably and without Mol a to if the of secession it not permitted to by peaceable it will be from usurpation of Power by that Federal government idiot from the nature of the per for Bird by South Carol a arrus Tomed As a have been to violation of the Constitution and of the rights of the Southern state by the Federal government a the at tempt to fore the state to remain in the Union a re suppose the attempt will be made it the other Southern Mctate permit it. South Carolina must decide for herself whether it is to Ecey a Ary to accede. Her sister states of the South will have no right to complain that a he forces them into b position where they must either interpose to prevent her Obj Ufa lion or by consenting to it abandon their own sovereignty end Lay them i res at the mercy of a despotic Power. It the indians whom natural history declares to be of Asiatic origin in other words the descendants of Shem he drove out Shem and occupied his tents and now the remaining part of the prophecy is in the process of fulfilment from the facts every where before us of Canaan having become to is servant. The question arises is the canaanite or ethiopian qualified for the trying duties of servitude and unfit for the enjoy ment of Freedom if he be there is both Wisdom mercy and Justice in the decree dooming him to be servant of servants As the decree is in conformity to his nature. Anatomy and physiology have been interrogated and the re it kit use is that the ethiopian or canaanite is unfitted from his organization and the physiological Laws predicated on that organization for the responsible duties of a free Man but like the child is Only fitted for a state of dependence and subordination. When history is interrogated the response is that the Only government under which the negro has made any improvement in mind morals Anil religion and the Only government under which he has let a a Happy quiet and contented life is that under which he is subject etl to the arbitrary Power of Japheth in obedience to the divine a decree. When the original hebrew of the Bible is interrogated we find in the significant meaning of the org Nal name of the negro the identical fact set Forth which the knife of the anatomist at the dissecting table has made appear As if the revel huns of Anatomy physiology and history were a Mere re writing of what Moses wrote. In the hebrew word a Canaan a the original name of ethiopian the word slate by nature or language to the same effect is wait ten by the inspired Penman. Hence there is no conflict Between the revelations of the science of Medicine history Anil the inductions drawn from the laconian philosophy and the authority of the Bible one supports the other. As an illustration it is known that All the hebrew names Are derived from verbs and Are significant. The hebrew verb Canah from which the original name of the negro is derived literally Means to submit himself to Bend the knee. Nesenius the Best hebrew scholar of modern times Rentiers both the Cal Iphil and nip Hal form of the verb from which Canaan the original name of the negro is a be Rived in the follow my latin Genu Les it he bends the knee tag mini Prev Ute he fall on Bis Knees depress us it animus his mind is be pressed a a of Muse be Gessitz he deports submissively Fractuso eel he is couched or broken or in other words Eire by nature the same thing which Anatomy physiology history and the inductions drawn from philosophical observations prove him to be. A knowledge of the great primary truth that the negro is a slave by nature and can never be Happy industrious in Oral or religious in any other condition than the one he was intended to fill is of great importance to the theologian the statesman and All those w l o Are at heart seeking to promote i temporal Ami future welfare. This great truth if better known and understood would go far to prevent the East India company and British government from indulging in any expectation of seeing their immense Post a a Sions in Asia enhanced in value by the overthrow of slave labor in America through the instrumentality of Northern fanaticism or of seeing the Union divided into two or More frag. Its hostile to each other or of gaming any advantages that civil commotion on this Side the Atlantic would give to the tottering monarchies of Europe. With the subject under this aspect the science of Medicine has nothing to do further than to uncover in Light to show truth from error. Without a knowledge of the physical difference Between the ethiopian and the caucasian the Queen of England a medical advisers would not be much better qualified to prescribe for a negro than her parliament to legislate for him tie Wren will be seen flying off with a Locust in his Mouth and All the insect Vorous Birds then have a great festival. From the first to the 20th of june All shrubbery of value should be protected either by covering it with a cheap Gauze or in Case of pot plants by keeping them in the House. About the fifteenth of june they commence depositing their eggs. About the 25th of june the oui locusts will have disappeared altogether. In conclusion people ought not to be alarmed. They on its wings does not indicate War nor the e England. The a sting of the Locust never killed anybody for the Best of ail reasons a because it has none. The insect has neither Means of off Nee or defence and ail the stories that Are told of Rhi Idren being killed by their sting or bite Are fabulous. If death Ever was produced or any less injury when locusts were present some other cause effected it. A a a a a a a Gideon b. Smith m. D. Locusts made their appearance at Henderson Grove in 1837 we suppose they Are to be looked Lor again in 1854. Red beef a la Model rather too tender a Greenhorn i of a Butcher in High Street Market was cited by or. Aaron Bender to appear before the mayor and show Cauce if any he had Why judgment should not be pronounced against him for Selling the said or. Bender a piece of beef which according to the testimony of mrs. Bernieres nose a very substantial witness by the Way did not smell exactly like essence of Lavender or any other very Sweet article. The meat was produced in court and was examined successively by several police officers watchmen and others who offered various opinions concerning its merits. Or. Bender said that he could not smell anything bad in the Viand but his want of reception he accounted for by stating that he had a very bad cold and that he was very Dull in his facility of smelling the High he ingeniously confessed that he was very Sharp in every other particular. But mrs. Bender whose nose was Sharp enough for any purpose declared that the beef was unsavoury As soon As it came into her presence so be direct a her lord and master to take it Back again and Tell the latter that he ought to be ashamed of himself for cheating a Roan that had it sense enough to take care of himself. Or. Bender Bitof Nlle delivered this message though the taking of it was not very complimentary to Bis own sagacity and the Butcher sent him Back to inform his Wile that if she chose a Blockhead for her messenger she must expect to be cheated. This Mission being likewise discharged with scrupulous Fidelity mrs. Bender despatched or. A to the mayors office with ber request that his Honor would punish the wicked Butcher for Selling spoil meat to a Man who was Little better than a natural the Butcher made his appearance and a hedged that the beef though not of the Best Quality was a Good it was such beef As was often sold to Boardinghouse keepers and others who wanted a cheap article and remarked with some drollery that it was tender enough at All events for a Man who had no Teeth inight a uck it through a Quill. Finally however he agreed to refund benders Money and resume Possession of the meat a Compromise which set ail to rights though the gentleman of the Cleaver was cautioned by the Bench against the liabilities he might incur by Selling unwholesome . The Reward following is one of application for the Reward of to thousand hard to round Dolan offered by the mass legislature of the we Mas will be observed it is address suddenly give a Shock to the delicate nerves of his wife and to Loose his Chance altogether. But As soon As he found that disguise helped him not a Whit he screwed up his courage to venturing a bold push that Shuhl Settle ail. He finally tie came a convert to the sentiment so Epi Gramatica ily express a by the poet a Xuc Sither fears his Fate too much. Or his deserts Are a mall. Who a Lares not put it to the touch to gain or lose it accordingly he Laul Hun self out to bring Matte a to a head at once. A Dick a said he to a companion of his one afternoon As they sat together in the Little office of the latter let ick in a in a quandary a a a quandary a a about what a a i want some a for want Money Why How much did you Mary Pray a a More than i shall Ever get i fear. A Well that s a Good one but what a the trouble a a do you keep a secret asked Tom in a whisper. A try me and see. A i married Money you a everybody a ays �0, you a and everybody thinks so but me there a a plenty of in Mey in the Case but unluckily there is none to be bad i cant Lav hold of it a a a laughed Dick in his face. A you laugh but what would you do a a what would i do a a yes what a Hall i do a nothing is easier re Liol Dick. A i Hope not a said Tom but How i shall go to work a a a have you broached the subject to your better he if a a Haven to dared to she wont let me in fact i a then run up a Bill or to a to is what a ked Tom earnestly. A have it sent at such a time to the House and be sure not to be at a i never thought of a Shell either pay or blow a continued Dick. A but what if the latter a a then you be got the Core of your subject and you can go ahead alter that As circumstances will Best allow. A ill try it ill on your Happy suggestion a a True what will you have Miall we go into Carter s and get one of his nicest teams and take a drive to set Evilie a you have hit the Nail More exactly on the head lets go at once said Dick. That was a a fast afternoon a the remainder of it and it began a new Era. To be sure it was a step taken in the dark but Tom hoped that it would Lead to Happy results and plenty of Money. In due time the Bills began to Eom in. One morning the door Bell rang it chanced to be about nine of clock the servant Antwi or de the summons Ami carried a Bill up stairs to her Idress. Mrs. Euphrasia turnabout began to grow alarmed. Presently came along the dinner hour. It duly found Lom turnabout Esq., at borne and at the table. All during the meal he anxiously scanned the features of his Wile trying his very Best to imagine her As feeling extremely Happy in enjoying the privilege of paying her dear Hub amt a Bills but he succeeded in Reading no such expression on ber face be looked fur the slightest Trace of it in vain. It was too perplexing. There at Euphrasia Worth her Fortune Over against him at table a a Mountain of Gold As it were within his reach but he not Able to pick off even a shiny scale from its surface. She was As Calm As a delicious Cool Summers morning he on the other hand was burning with disappointment and Chagrin. He declared within himself that be could stand it no longer. It was a few Steps beyond human endurance. Better die at once than live Long in this suspense. So at last he meekly remarked to his wife a Euphrasia was there anything brought her this morning for me a a yes dear a the replied a there were three Bills for horse Bire and confectionary , and one thing and another but f did not read them particularly you know that a not a lady a a was there a Bill for furniture too inquired the agitated Tom. A yes dear 1 paid that am took a receipt but the others your personal matters you know those 1 carefully placed a your Eser Tehie where iou could readily find them when you win hell to. Hope you do not consider on to o inquisitive m just countenance the most threatening ensigns of passion but she carried in he luus two Large i pistols one of which she held extended to Hiat while a he locked the door behind her at the same time keeping a watchful and glaring Eye upon her victim. A wretch a she said a you Hare ruined Cne who never done you wrong you have destroyed me As completely As if you Hall stretched a me lifeless beneath Yum in hand. More the this you have rendered others who Are dear to me unhappy for Ever. My Chil la Yon have be Privet a her of the nurture of a Mother a Yon have fixed upon her name a stain which Wal never be washed out. And yet for ail this society cruel. As it is to the victims provides no punishment j hardly even censure to the criminal. Wer i not my will to Preveat you you might walk away Soat less from the fair scene Yon have ravaged with nothing to disturb your a Humph but the lamentation of so Many broken hearts. You shall not however enjoy this Triumph for Here you shall �1�#. Cayley had stood for a few Sun utes gazing alternately at her face and at tie weapon she held extended towards him he heard her �1-i dress As if he heard it ont. But at the last word he recovered a Little of his presence of by Iii and made an Effort to approach her. She at that moment fired hut wit Hunt effect. The Effort of drawing the trigger had a i pressed th#2��- be of the weapon and the bait entered the floor at hts Tel t. She lot not an instant to present and fir the other the shot of which penetrated his breast and he fell the next moment before 1 her with but on a miss Tibet murmur of Gonyo i and then All was St til. On Brief embrace of her child a moment at the toilet to arraign her travelling Drew much she had previously prepared Ami the be Nauful murder is was ready to Fly. 8h instantly left town Lor the South received shelter and concealment in the Bouse of her Distant Kinnan sir John Swaton. How Long a he was there protected is not known hut it w a probably a Long As the search of Justice Cunti Uund to be 1�the least eager. It was always understood by those aged persons who knew her Story and torn whom the preceding facts hav a Teffy i been derived that she ultimately escaped to some Remote Continental state where she was supported by contributions from her re Tat tank. So closes one of the to it tragical tales that Stein the Domestic annals at Scotland Wii tag the last i Century incidents of the loss of the webster�?xuw-1 Berless reports and anecdotes relative to the ill fated vessel Are in circulation some of them we authenticated Are worthy of pie Serva i Hon. It is said of the first clerk or. Bios that the last that was seen of him he was entering the office probably to save the books amt Moj Ney of the boat. As the what of that portion of the boat was in flames at the time it a probable he perished in the Fie. A lady who had cum in Gold in her pop a Sion took no Steps for the recovery of it but throwing her two children Ever Board sprang j in alter them. It gives us pleasure to add that the heroic woman was rewarded by reaching the Shore in safety with ber offspring. The udi a on the boat especially those having a their Chudio with the appear to hav acted i with remarkable courage and presence of Muni. A passenger informed us that the Rem tents in the Vicinity of tie Accident Are by no Mew a entitled to Praise for their humanity. They appeared he said much More anxious to a a cure i the spoils of the wreck than to assist it struggling for their live. The conduct of Captain Reno appears to i been marked by every Quality necessary to a commanding officer Umler such circumstances. Of or. Campbell the second clerk nothing is known. He waa not see Ras Lea to noticed by any of the survivors alter the fire broke i out Taavel on the traveller writes to the x. Y. Journal of Commerce from new Orleans As follows s a Mississippi boat is much the a am at Ever j it takes on a Greet Many anted with a Heap of 1 Comfort and gives a great a Leal to eat of a Little 1 Money. It Emit but torn one to two and three Quarter cents per mile All found or Twe and a half dollars per Day to live on a Steamboat for i the Long routes. It to Kev from nine to twelve lays from Pitts org to this City according to i the a peed of the boat. Disc Aoee a a ear Asilene. I hav often wondered Why our Hudson River had no such boats As Are use i Here and on the Western Waters. Any tra Retler who know will say be Bas More genome social Romh it a 0� a a a Mississippi Steps boat a co to g $ui3, pm Titan he has on a Northern boat costing la to it a x. Beau ber the freight goes into the i Why r a a a a looking at them to see what they were. J an4 Ott the lower deck with the eat and Tom was not possessed of any too much pad. Passengers occupy the Clear efe Tnp Sophy and this last serious Sally of his wife Uke their a a fight airy har potato rot. Cd to the Secretary of the Commonwealth Amasa Walker Esq i May say Warker Esq Secretary of state in the House War their make a Senater every fort it Boston Deer aur�?1 he Ern say you a Gir Actis that you div ten thou sen for Enny thing that us pc rivet Pur taters from Rotten i must say 1 Recken its Gin Noine Giner Rafety in you that Ere is so id like to have the Munny i got a retail that do your Bine in the Pruter Way i i a let you haul it for lira Munny if to a a known it in Tun Alory you put a printed Noti in the newspaper quite upset what Little he had. Sara flowing his dinner at fast As be could with safety do it he push a As fast As he could for his office. Ere Long his old Fried us Dick made he appearance. A Well a a awl Dick Bow go a it Tom i a la Sno go a sur Lily answered for. A How now where the Hilla paid v Tom explained the whole. Hts Friend admit Tel that it would by exceed a woman who under stood herself so Well a did his wife More per Art and sleep without extra charge to state room. There the thing a reversed. The passengers eat and Steep in the hold often a gorgeous one certainly hot a til a hide or a a hoi quot a or pay extra Rouvin Veramy and have a state room no always Well vont plated. We i a Steamboat Man t would fright a a my of 1 ses Commodore Vanderbilt with n boat of a matter a in Are claims you git the should occupy m our rep Blicas Union of Sov j a Ereign states. Death penalty in joint special committs a of the Massachi Sette legislator on lbs subject of capital punishment have reported a Bill for the abolition of the death penalty. Providing that the offa amp cd a Poma Hable by death under the present code should be punish and by imprisonment in the a Tate prison for life More chowder there a be so in i 1st Ron no my seen t for not has in the Pur taters rat and a Nat a for of them with or fourth their capital. Everything is discuss i during the ten flays.,. A quot a it a asat and i am Happy to be that every yes a tic Tarly when she held the Pur a strings. It9<.0vers Mon ratio a a i Oto a ii. There atom Gar it up altogether. That afternoon j Pokr and brag playing Fer heavy stake. A a a up a ltd reflecting upon the extreme Worth 1 mot9 Walt an euchre for fun and cigars 1 less Neas of his dependence Lor an Independent for ten Aye a Hundred dollars a living upon another and in few mag a a try wig re Corn and More of the same Gam for lbs or out 1011 to go ahead and do something for him i self. The lesson he Learned chanced to be a most valuable one which Many a married wife maybe a la t at her Leisure gov her husband to his decided the ,.k�r. 1 advantage. Tom turnabout Esq., aft Watus turned out a very respectable member of bit profession enough so at any rate to be Able �0 Man Toifl client the pay his carnage and Oyster House a corp a. At Home by never knew what trouble meant. Of winning and the Amiley of the few partners or lookers-00. The boats Bave every variety it of passengers. At la depot of the earning and a Roo master it Cincinnati the Park Parker at i Ouis Ril it late at Mutum Indiana Fhy Eow grower at Catte tha Bort Suhun to and so on to the Coll a planter the a Enchant and politician do for �1 Dulor you i Spose 1 sate pm pice to Send five to Bouse in Enny Kinder Bank Bills 1 that you think s Good and the rest Yon May Send in produce i ant Peti Ekler about the kind Only j want n Handsaw a Long Raka and a pod Auger and and sum hots bean and Sheet Ginger bread so no More from you fraud in the Pir Stenne Kho haa. Of a my so a said or. Smith Tonia Little Hoy who was devouring a egg it was or. Smiths Deciro to instruct his Wye a my son do you knew that Chicken come out of eggs quot a nah do they father a said Young hopeful a i thought the eras came out of chickens quot the elder Saith Drew Hack from the table sad or sad Gas a upon he sew then pit on his i and Wsot to i work statistics if the seventh census 1830, following Are the number of Ferma m the a ver Al stats a reported by the assistant mar Alula who were a imaged in taking the ism Cense a. New York Pennsylvania ohm Indiana Virginia Thinet Kenicki 171.214 127,733 14flym21 tot.973 74,794 7 s1jbb 9up�

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