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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 15, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Or Telegraph so ret ask run Wui a rvs us Tov i a St Ai a a a eos rest to a a Obs Asb tbvt�?T.3, a a Iii lib Jica Lral in Oli tirs unit drug trip fax Ijmte a a to Flim nerf 3rfe Ani feral Saros of in of so. By Morgan amp , Iowa saturday november 15, 1851. Vol. 2�?no. 15. Sai Snay hours Psi for. 9. Komitch. We published morning a dispatch Itiat w it probably not a me a e the v s it Alt and that he makes no secret of hta Hopes owl intention to re in a men and Murou i Europe fee the pm pose Utic conquer jag Hung a h Wever much at Migl t device the pieces of ugh an Enterprise re under the circumstance it must be too apparent that the attempt Aiu result in a i Ual failure and toe a Mirer of Tula world Rem owned Patriot cannot but apprehend that much of his a a it Fame will be per led if us to lost in fruitless of Foris Atmer Aii Talion. Our government ins wafted with a Nobie Genero Ety towards Lii in it or people had opened their hearts to receive him As the illustrious mirth or of Liberal principles and ii it shall result that be has Avail d Hin ltd Elf of the Power of the one merely to Seener a Safe Asylum a Haber and regards As unworthy of a few it Lytfi sail he kind and heart Felt Hospital ties of the other the name of Koa sum will soon cedi to inspire enthusiasm on this Side of the Atlantic. The Fate of Napolean should not Bare escaped his recollection. And As the one died in. Exile it not improbable that the same policy May permit the other to litre an outcast. To editorial Brethren of the q Iii do not appear to be arriving at invt ii. in Rega i to the tune and place of my Rucoi the proposed convention. As an inclement eat in of the year is approaching we would respectfully suggest that the matter be postponed uus in neat Spring. In the meantime something tangible in be prepared for the action of the fraternity. Were the Conven Ifon to assemble on Short notice w e doubt very much whether anything useful could be accomplished. Furthermore it might be advisable to Call together All the editors and publishers of the if ssi Sippi Valley. Cur interests Are More or less the same a specially the leading one for bursting up the impositions humbugs and frauds of the Eastern press. At the same time How Erer that we make these suggestions we would reaffirm our willingness and readiness to meet our Brethren at any time and place appointed. 0, tia yet la we were yesterday made to say tha we were indebted to the activity of our citizen for the further Extension of the Dames. A meant to Siy that we were indebted to them for preventing the further Extension a. A. our notice yesterday of the fact that messes. Michaels amp Clark had a a a ened in the House heretofore occupied by or. Fri Crew we left the impression that our Friend Mic a 1 a vacated a such is not the Case. He desires us to say that although he has surren a lured a portion of Bis premises for the time being. He is still on hand himself a a at the old am a two a a Baffic Foffi joik.v4l to Galtrof thu. Some 14 w with 3b men Young and 1 of and of every occupy to on imaginable bait collected after crossing the Missouri at trailers Point intending in travel together across the plan the trip from the Miou amp Sippi to the Missouri by land a i initiated most of them to a life on the Plains. Some extras were commit. Feet the burst few do a. Hatji nothing to mar the pleasure and tor teeny of the easy. As a we travelled along we got better acquainted. Air a the oddities and Peculiar Mien of each of a were brought out by degrees a few of the incident May show of what material they were made and what sort of life we led. After rrose mgl it u a Fork of Piatte on a Craz Flat boat with the Wagon at the expense of a great Deal of labor an i hardship. 2-3 of the company working All Day Waist deep id water j fran the St. Lxii Topa lican a Evarner Brigham Yang. The to Day Republican of yesterday contains a dispatch from Independence by which it appears that the Secretary of Utah territory the chief and associate justices the Indian agent and other Eitz ent have Felt 4tom�elve Cut in Elurd to leave for the states in Eony eau an of i tie a edition sentiments of gov. Young changes Are also retried Gamst Bias of a Quan i Leroug the Twenty thousand dollars appropriated by Congress for Public buildings Ami of making an attempt to take Twenty four a hot a and More from the Secretary who was Only Eulijio Vered to Edh told the mud by the ii to my for Eide of an injunction from the i. Amp. Court our Rentiers will remember hot two or Tilroe months ago we published a letter from May Singer of the u. S. Armr which charged gov. V it Ming with coup Ithia ily using expressions of a a few having been dispatch a to take the Hor j seditious or Tiea enable character with Retro aes Aero a by an intricate Ford Winch afforded a pleasant ducking and a swim to the Green in 4 or 5 old ones h iring Aken the safer Way of advising counselling and crossing dry footed in the Boa we got together at last. And travelled some 5 or 6 Miles further a a Camp Sfurm we Anspro astir g. One of the old ones a slept a a Uncle was appointed to stand guard for the first Hal of the wagons had As usual been drove in a Circle ropes twing fastened from one to another to form a Carral. For i he safer keeping of the horses within. The signs of the storm became More threatening of a Ter Sundown the Thunder made that Peculiar rumbling sow d in the Plains ending in a tremendous explosion and presently the crashing of the apr once a rain was heard As it was driven almost horizontally with irresistible Force against the objects in its Way. Those on guard were seeking shelter behind the wagons or Laving Flat on the ground the rest snugly housed n their tents and wagons congratulating themselves on their Good Luck of an undisturbed nights rest after such a Days work. All at once old Joil raised the cry of a a indians Indian a and directly after the captains voice was heard to Call a every Man to his horse a in less time that it tales to write this every body had turned out some half dressed some with but a shirt or an Oil cloth coat and Bare a go to secure the frightened horses anxiously looking about for the cause of the disturbance every Eye strained peering through the darkness an occasional Flash of lightning Only displaying the objects within the Corral. Of he Captain had taken a dozen men to go the rounds on the outside while Withnall was Susji Ense the 1 drenched men in a Chilly wind feeling anything but comfortable a vivid Flash displayed us a Cor shivering fellow his shirt sticking to his or his pants half Way Down try Itig to crawl i to his tent unobserved. It was poor Billy a widowed mothers Only child tenderly brought up who had that Day indulged in a mess of wild onions and vegetables Ami was paying then the penalty for said indulgence in the shape of an attack of the Colic and diarrhoea. Having thus been innocently the cause of oui alarm he tried to get in steal Hill but was descried by some that mistrusted Joel a correctness of vision particularly at night and knowing his unbounded fear of the Indian when the Captain returned Una ii Ere soul with his scouting part a he circumstance was explained to him. The situation of Joil became critical As the chagrined looks of our drenched men denoted anything but pleasant feelings but a Volley of jokes and squibs at the poor Lei lows valor and intrepidity was All the damage or penalty exacted. However the old Man was frequently stopped afterwards in the Middle of some of his be to stories by the boys sounding the alarm of a watch which re a away during the ire on thursday morning. All right. Hid no business to a top All night in a pain thug office. A Oehoa str Vita. A by the burning of the Row of frames thursday morning a exc la ent Opportunity a presented for the erection of a Block of elegant three or four Story houses and we presume the occasion will be improved accordingly. It was or. Show an e a Gilshinan and not a Germant. As a at first stated. Who was injured at the fire on thursday morning. We Legret to add that i Case is still Mobile and Ohio Jia Laoan a from the Mabie pay it is we learn that this Road is rapidly advancing. The length from Mobile now definitely settled is 267 Miles 33 of which Are nearly finished including extensive depot grounds a ltd wharf rights at Mobile sufficient for the whole Road when completed to the Ohio River. It Kunal spirit or the much that Lias the on said of the opposition of certain pre a Euto particular improvements we Are us e has been said unjustly. Editors May be led to speak Mea Tiou Lynn of enterprises which May compete with favorite schemes of then own yet they Are not therefore sectional in their views or hostile to Public improvements. Moi Lesof policy alone would prevent them from acting thus Una in Ely. We notice for instance the press of some of the River town which manifested a local opposition to the do Rutte and Keokuk Railroad Are m King the a Hamende tue b a Lington Telegraph is Periatt. Clears with great Force trom the imputation that it has Ever entertained or a Tern pm a t any a a lost lib a a against Enterprise that my he of la Enett to the state. It is the duty of the to enlighten the Public upon All the acts for or age in tall Public me Jutres. No Public Enterprise Ever vet or g rated without professedly an Eye Ingle to the i Blic Good. But if they Are selfish and uness the pies ferret if out and expose them. In this. We contend the pets speak tor my Elf not tor Emir Unity an i the Public will so judge if. Punt Ali Iii oppose so important slav and National work a the Davenport and Council Luft. And Dubuque and Keokuk Railroad do to to their own dispatch Galena and Chicago notice is Given to the stockholders in the first of the a rave Road that a Semi annual i upend of seven per event. Has been declared out of its Earith Ign. This shows what railroads Wal do. This . It my be said made the fume to i quot it Vav to sing a id now it it the most flue in a on in. Of . Has a it. Sri a w ii no divine ervice at the Kiseo. I Church in this City to Morrow Forenoon an i Ere aug. Pirtie a a t i of Apt a rile a the Springfield m a a Republican of a late Date contains the following noon at. Walker jr., living with i. Father an old citizen on South main Street inflicted upon the latter a wound with a knife which his physician. Or. Naille deems a Fata one and also attempted Tut own life. The son has been a pest to society and a terrible pet in his fathers family Lor years he liar a Een in jail repeatedly. On saturday noon he addressed his father in language the substance of which was a Are you going to report Roe in a his lather replied a you did enough yesterday to Send you to the state prison a at this the son arose took a Long thin bread knife from the table drawer and advanced to hts father thrust it into his Abdomen. Just under the ribs. If was found by the protrusion of intestines that a terrible wound fat and been inflicted and officer Sykes was sent for to look after the son who found him in a lot belonging to the late Zelotes Lombard. His Throat had been Cut with a Dull Jack knife and he had become partially stupid w Ith bleeding. His wounds which had involved no important vessels were dressed and he will probably live. He i now under Ariest at his fathers of sunday evening the old Man was still considered in a hopeless ate. Land located err cd or them it High of october upward of Toju land warrants have been locale in this land District. This fact will give people abroad som it a of the Index of immigration to Tula Region &1 of the importance of the land warrant Bonnes in do her All. The Syracuse Rescue. Or. James i a of Marion county mo., the claimant of the fugitive slave Jerry who was rescued front the hands of the officers at Syracuse addres sed a letter to the Palmyra taig detailing the circumstance of the affair. We a a Jioio an extract we then held a consultation in regard to the pro ninety of deterring the arrest until after the l Berty Cove in in. In As it was thought that they were a tag men it was determined not Todela it Piep rations were made on the next morning oct. 1st. For the arrest. At ii a a Hack Ai let Why Dep. Marshall alien Fitch and tweet and a a Cial marshal Gillett i proceeded to the place where Jerry was at work. We arrested and a Kenred him put him into a Hack and took him to the commissioner office in hat part of Syracuse known As the u Tow no tend a few moments after arriving there Large handbills were published and circulated to the following effect a a a tool hound t abroad i fugitive slave has been arrested and the came under investigation at come a Sab a a a Johee in the Tou tend Block. Let every Friend of Liberty Batten there and acc the Man delivered to the thief. I quote from memory. Soon Alt a the Bell of Theodi Terent churches about Twenty four commenced tolling. This collected an immense , according to the Star news Aper. The Liitt Ory of the trial i Here tend you. Is Correct with the exception of vome names and localities. A minute or two after the Rescue i a urged by my Iriemi is to leave the pc Dice office. In passing through the crowd there Walt a continual cry for lie a blood and Lite of the Man thief a i am satisfied that 1 owe my a Cape to the vigilance and Noble con a Luct of the v. S. Officer of James r. Lawrence v. S. District attorney Ami James r. Lawrence. Jr., attorney at Law. At g of clock p. Oct. Lai left Sif Cuse. And went 1� Wali my ii City a Coli any with u. 8. Marshal j. Ii. Bush of n. In my interview with be it deut Fillmore his first question was a a did tiie u. S. Offices do their duty a in a few minute i fell at Home in his a sence. Ii ask ured me that the Law should be carried out in Syracuse Ami that Theja Ower of the general government would enforce it. In cd Siciu Iii 1 will remark that any Man should Blush with a name who would charge or. Fillmore or any officer win acted a with me in Thi. Matter wit i any Ort of abolition Ite to the u. S. Government. The Pulica Tion of this letter Drew Down upon in the anathema of sundry leaders in the mormon Church Ami even the sympathies of one or two editor who profess a Diu Erent Creed were so aroused that we a t to Ward off a Cudgel or so from them. We cannot say we Are Gratis fit d that the information first Public he l by us Ami sought to be stigmatized by others has received the con i Mattox alluded to. Although the character of the gentleman who wrote the letter placed him above a suspicion of wilful misrepresentation we nevertheless indulged a Hoje that so Pallia ting circus Matano might thereafter appear which would place the conduct or at least the motive of gov. Young in a Leas reprehensible Light than that in which the writer held them. In this it seems we were mistaken. The decided step w hich according to the Republican a dispatch the other territorial officers have taken must have been induced by conduct on the part of the governor at left equally flagrant wit lit hat which major Singer charged upon him. Should these events prove to be As some May apprehend the precursor of serious difficulties Between the Federal government and the Utah territory much will doubtless be said about the Wisdom or propriety of appointing the mormon Leader to the office which he hold. With regard to Thi j question we can Only say in Advance that should the worst come it would prove nothing More than that disaster had been postpone in not occasioned by the appointment. The legitimate causes of any difficulty must he found in an impatience of restraint among the mormon people by any one save their spiritual Leader to which May be added an ambitious grasping at civil As Well As ecclesiastical Supie Macy. On the part of those same leaders. Brigham Young has unbounded influence Over his people. Had a different appointment been made the tendency of the elements alluded to would have been to incite an Eaily Resis fance against the gubernatorial and perhaps other consequence of a More fatal character than would now be agreeable to speculate . Of the real motives or purposes of the mormon people their collective virtue or depravity As a sect we know nothing derived from personal familiarity with their habits and sentiments. We have never formed any estimate of them except from facts connected with their outward deportment a they Hare come to us through various sources. Whenever any of these have been publicly used to their prejudice their defenders have invariably stepped Forth with a he cry of a a Ion persecution a amp a. Thus there appeared two sides to the subject matter. But if they really were a misrepresented and column rated people a belter Oppi Unity never could have been invented by h Maii sagacity for them to prove this to the worlds satisfaction than was afforded them in time Elevation of the recognized head of their Church to the highest local authority under the Uii Ite l slates. By accepting the appointment Wilri aug Young acknowledged the civil supremacy of tic Federal government and became bound by the most solemn obligations to maintain that supremacy among i Follower. If there was any sincerity or Good laity in him. B a immense influence a thus secured for the i Ever vat Ion of a strict adherence to Nur Laws through tout the Ter Mory. Under any circumstances it would seem Tiia be. Together i ii Alt Mondria should base in Yeii Zealon to vindicate their professed loyalty to our government by Fujishin an exit my e of civil order and regularity. We have no Dou t the t the whole matter will be Pedi a and the a ii Ghl inv Tig ted and Ihm such the is will be taken by the executive a f any should acne in necessary As will Coin a Vav maintain the a Lenity and authority of the f a Lara it government. A countess at St. Torsti xxx a let e bom St. Augustine Florida to the Savannah Republican says. A a die ancient cite i f Ivorid with the presence of a English co intes who takes up her a a or in Florida the most Early to secure a divorce from a somewhat antiquated husband the lady being in the Bloom and Beauty of Early womanhood. Her object requiring a sojourn Here for a certain period we understand that in the course of the coming Winter a Bevy of distinguished friends Are expected from Canada in a yacht. What a time for the gallantry and hospitality of St. Augustinians display itself a company of canadians with a British yacht paving a visit a Way Down in Florida to an English countess what a Chance for a Yankee yacht to run a race Down Here to heat the visiting Craft if politeness did not a ibid it just As a Yanke yacht a few weeks ago beat a britishers in a famous race at Cowes England. Railroad understand that news has reached this place that messes. Walker and Neale who went to Europe some time since for the purpose of negotiating the Bonds of the Illinois Central Railroad company have been successful in their Mission. This is no doubt True and we May soon expect t to hear of the work being put under contract for the whole distance from Cairo to do Buque Herald. A vory Large Diamond is in the sceptre of the emperor of Rusia. It is about the size of a pigeons egg and is Worth jc30<>,000. Liis Diamond was stolen from the head of a Heathen do Ity on the Malabar coast by a Frenchman who sold it to the Captain of a merchant vessel for �2,. The Captain sold it after wards for �18,000. The purchaser retained it for several years and then sold it to the Empress Catharine for �9j,000 in really Cash Ami an annuity of�,000. Frutti the us Louis . Ute Al Silks. irm a Tener dated Manta . 21, 1851. In m had to say what we a Vili come to a Bis Omier. Lioe us Noi have a revolution a a will he Lowe a flu Caay Lave no army. Or no u Ili the to the next can Gas log Ava the organic Law repealed. And a a a a a govern me t Given a it sat wit allow of no a a etto a Lei Owr governor he a a a nil ted by a Ile pre Deili old we afe jut fied. Tue a Cenes be .4�t Ite Trionis stir a w a Miclon in. La that tsp to Kic Sim Aie no capable of self govern cup Remolde will contest the elect Ion of map m a Ghat Itaf. And us in Good grounds. Rio. S. Alim a Ieca a of Mie territory has writ of every a user e an it Ere and a a a a a a it g olde. A of Mihm trom All clause of our �4urn 1 give Grea satisfaction to allo no of a mkt t de Lutis a Depolt to my Eitt i eco ver shed sub of the to in or. Wine. As get is Well known i she is to be Toni us. Be is with the Ludian a near Ttye est fast a South Al Paar Nam could be rec a Here it i tor about Ottar. Terr be a general average Hai blanched by sudden Young Utah i Welly Lii be old Carne Limi tue mine to Sau Francisco with the Titen Lioio of foot la a v my the Lai Ter place for Houie. A the even tug Oto his a rival i wife his Nii Pai to ii visited tie Gau Ibling Sal ltd a is. And a Walch my for a Ilion the varied Fortuine of a Tabie sup it need to be in Lego my Fise pro a a of ,�?� from Mie continued a us Oftle one let tag Aga ii to Lite Bank Iii in to be Trine Lii Tiri Ter just mgr meet and be thew up i the a a seven to a of a new a Teal a b it that Mutair a clip a Oilar a bit l Mie re Ufi View a Yeai priv Akimi and Uard a a a a a a sex a a min a. Witty a Voica Treni blog Ira a a ,e it. Any hota4 or ree mine a a me Lealer e-�11 a Ned t a of his Ca la a in he a a a a t Nali. V livid Irma team a a a my a a a de Fate that seemed Ever Al Oudt up a Tbs Topping piece. To Teu Comill Neit. I Tun 1 my Ejen ii Chi Tlle Yong Man it no bad take Lih gain by Gnu a card Lisi be or still i forget lir Iaan be by Hill Ink a a intense anxiety 1 a he watches the cards a Uliey Irli from Ttye dealer bail. Ahmie energie of Bis Sieu. Served concentrated it the fixed gaze a a tue Wil the a a 11 re i a a Fate or an courier Des elate unit has the following account of a balloon ascension in Denmark Cope Hagan on the 16th of september which or. Guin up a a Tardini Luuie trom that City in Hist we. To Aero Static a Cension which was unhappily terminated by a catastrophe. In the car of tin balloon were m. Taulmin Liis son a child o. Eleven years and a Young act res. Tho balloon ascended rapidly to a height Wien it stopped tor a few moment remaining Poi cd directly Over the Heads of the so Ecta Toi it Liei taking a South Westerly Der it it on. Pay a eel Over the lit the Island of Amana which is connect let with Coj a Hagen at two Jonts and Imin Diate by Dekende. Rapidly Tito the a not far trom the Village of Kong Lund on the . Lar atm. At the Monen Alwn the car touched the Waer Cut the Cord Ribiat hell it to the Bat Loois and seizing one of them by both hands was rape Lar borne upward and soon a out of sight the girl and Hild were thrown into the water but were soon rescued by some i lie men. Up to the time of writing no new a to Een heard of Tardini or his balloon a no a he a a us scarcely have retained i bold upon the Coral. It it probable that lie has be imbed. Tardini we a native of Tovare in Piedmont. in May la-1, made at Stockholm the first a end Ion Ever attempted m a he so Eilish norwegian pen Iii Sula. The h in Borg pm per take that the balls a ii was subsequently found near Goldberg in Mie grand duchy of sri Terui. But Nof Bing is aut of the aeronaut i Fate is pro Babtz Tetem Ned telegraphed for the St. Louis i null i Eienor. Attack Oit Matamo x a 8 Iso mexicans killed Loeri Caas la have ii quart res City Liteanu. Pii in rare i a nov. 3. The a team strip Fanny a just arrived from new Orleans hat Ine stirring account hmm Matao Boaras. The Date Are to 3uth oct. The attack on Matamoras commenced on the 21 to and 23d. Gen. Cara Jaral the Revorn Flonary commander had Possession of Cha City within four squares of the Plaza. The mexican gov the returns received indicate that the n banking Law submitted to the put Opelc of Illinois last week a been carried by a decided Rote. A Large number of honking Ensti tattoos Wilt Spring up in various portions of the sate a a matter of Corr Eek and our sear proximity Render the result a matter of much moment to the people of Iowa. We Are already overrun with the worst currency in the world consisting As it Dos of the issues of Hank of cd cry state n the Union and it now to coma a question whether the contemplated issues of Illinois shall state of to h fuse Vest ceksu3, i860. Coontie. troops still held out but suffered the be super added to the present Batch or whether ? or in it1. 5 a they shall suit recede them entirely. Id either Erent Iowa is More or ont insists loaf but 3, including Cape. Ford of the Tex in rangers. Tow mexican general Avalos i a Uez i order to give the american no Quarter. I. Longstreth. A merchant at mat Atnoris was kilted. The City was set on fire on the 231, and the Cut Tom House and other building destroyed. On the 25th several other buildings were destroyed. Audit Baal Fern Calif Erula. Tell account of tue fracas at . From the districts the news is encouraging in the highest degree a Rich Silver mine had been discovered 15 Miles from Sonora of the stanislaus River. The indians in the North part of the state Are exceedingly troublesome and dangerous. A not occurred at charge on the 221 aud23d unit was caused by an attempt of american Boatmen to prevent the native Boatmen from carrying passengers because they took them for less than the rates fixed by the boat on the 22d the native Boatmen made an attack they were occupying one tide of the River and the americans the other Side the native population armed with guns crossed the River and drove the americans to the Woods. The americans held a meeting that night in which Many California passengers warmly the next morning while a number or natives entirely Lea at the mercy of Bankers and speculators abroad. To Are without Simitar institutions to protect us against the influx of a doubtful currency a an offset to which however it May be very truthfully said that we Are also without institutions which Caa swindle us. And Here without meaning to poach upon party prerogative As to whether we should or should not have Banks among As we will barely remark that in our Bumble opinion it is doubtful whether the Constitution of this state Ever will be altered by a vote of the people not that All banking a iniquitous but that the people Are distrustful of All Power which May be liable to abuse. We speak of these facts candidly and As they present themselves to our judgment and in this View of the ease we Are Lei to inquire How can the people of this state be protected against the Bank not a a sues of other states we honestly Eon Fesi that we see no adequate remedy for existing and impending evils unless it May be found in the incorporation of what May be called houses or companies of Commerce and Exchange with authority to receive Money on Deposit to make Loans and to Deal in were crossing they were fired upon by the americans and it is supposed Many were killed. The natives became exasperated and com Inen an indiscriminate attack upon All they 1 Exchange limiting them perhaps in the matter got �os.�es9ion of several old prices of Ordi j of interest on Loans. These privileges it u Frue May already be exercised by individuals a but it must be borne in mind that there Are few to j by few persons in our state who Are Able individually to enter into a business of de scrip Nance from the fort and kept a constant fire during the Day which was returned by the with to muskets. The natives also attached All California passenger who Damein their Way am Many were badly beaten and Cut with sabres an i the houses in which they took Refuge were threatened with demolition. The excitement continued up to the departure of the Cherokee. On the 23d such passengers As were on the natives Side of the River had to be taken of in boats by the British Steamer Midway and also a Large amount of Gold. The number killed on the americans Side was unknown twelve or Fiti Een natives and five or six americans who were on the Patiic Side were killed. The american Consul or. Gleason was strongly censured for taking part with the american Boatmen vowing Tum Selt it is said a member of the boat club. Frees ner Micro Mexico. Cila Bleston october 30. We have news from new Mexico up to 22j in Tant the Revo ution is a till progressing and affairs look promising for the insurgents. A Small party of Caravajal troops having been fixed upon Horn mat Jinor a they run hed into the City and seized the custom big be but were afterwards compelled to retire with the loss of three men the to a of the mexicans in this skirmish i said to be heavy. Caravajal in hourly expecting or enforce neut and had made preparations for storming Matin ltd Ras on the to lowing Day. A Large boy of mex iraqi re enforcements trom Tampico and Vera Cruz had arrived at Brajt a a but hearing that there was a detachment of two Hundred texans Between them and matau Ioro they concluded not to proceed any other. Many United states troop had or Ert a Ami joined Caravajal. A later re a Ort says that Matamoros was captured of Fornuy or saturday. Continuation of news by the Cheby eee. Too vote Lor governor and Congress in Caluma is As follow j Bigler Democrat Lor g a Vernor 32,176 Reading whig 21,331.-�? Congre a a Marshall Democrat,23,434 Mcc ltd a Kle Democrat 23.375 Kewen whig 2t�.3til Moore whig 16.8 10. Both branches of the legislature Are largely democratic. In the political world the great Point of interest is w to is to be u. S. Senator in the place of Fremont. The democrats have Many candidates Viz co he in a. J. Henley col. Weller Hon. David c. Bio Iwick. And Hon. N. Bennett. Hie capital of the state has been removed by order of the government from Vallejo to Sale Jose the former seat of government this was done in Cousie Juwence of the non compliance of Bond by Gen. Vallejo. The vigilance committee have disbanded leaving in organization an executive committee who Are authorised to Call together the members upon any emergency. The Burnt District is again built up Trade is reviving. Prospects encouraging and society is Uncle going a Gratifying change every Steamer brings in an accession to our numbers american ladies school House and romping children cease to be novel. In Foo line of amusements theatres Bull fights horse and loot races Are the order of the Day the mining intelligence from All the digging is encouraging in the highest degree very Rich Silver mines have been discovered. Deaths in Cali Eorma. At Downieville 2t>th August William Aud Burt to. 1st september Andrew Foley to Abeli True and John White of Galena were killed in Gold hollow 8th septet Nowr by the caving in of the Bank while at work Edward pm Gardiner of Jonesville mich., died in Greenwood Valley Ami Jos. Ruth of St. Pm ii in Portland. In Oregon on i8tn septem tier Benjamin font of Des Moines co., Iowa where his Wile and to airily reside. Rye we us tue deadly pail or of i lace be of tip re if to y t or re a it r pm Ike the Aub Lues action of i heart. All Tou i i aetfl0,f, my a a around a reined infect with the sympathetic Teiria lat quot to quot a or at a Powert of the a Pella even the hitherto inc cede Rry a we a a full u inner Foigl own Slakes i the Hax a is. I j quot a quot a a a he ardous Chance placed upon the a a due of Hie m. Lare c l govern Useto will have a pretty j cd rat Are . With the precision of in a i a a a a a a a Ria i claims foe Uigh Iona i excitement. The seven spot wins the Pell i by ok�-11 see setter a takes the Wim i exc a a a Ivich a deep drawn sigh Arili never Gamble and was earned a Loe a Iet i we hmm. It am w Yieh he u 4 .,�4t of Lii r hit he h it morning sol limn to a a a a Bri t to equiv toot us Rea her for i 1 jail was Cantor of his hair now e nge l to a put a fee Medici and surgical a Jurn i f a e not i of a hmm the a Wenty Mil. R r a. Be r a in from w o Ritre Milius it j itto a a a e. Parent de to. A re a re a of i the my a in to a a a quot in of ii of the 3�?T sept., i tiled quot weft Mee Smeu killed on the Dav it a Wen was the Jert. It a nose a no rofl Lii that my Fatta Ovy a killed a so or Illa named a a of of whom is not to recover. A a Tel a a the voting City of Burlington inv item tour Hundred and fifty a temp Smars in Plank and rail Roods. That a a a my to in ahead a for a Baum a a for who provide not Fox i own a or a Fotr to erode the Virginia every Man who Marne has to give Security for a he a support of hts wife and babies which being often times Dinar rename perhaps inconvenient Many Vurr Lii lovers go Over into Frederick ce., Ufa Rynd the Bare the Cerea Oney perform irl Furos Al two Ell c in a to in clan a f of Llie a of Meigu user published m the new York Tribune of the 27th october we Cut tie Lolio Wizig i lie Kouts or Foag has letter from Madrid of the 7th in-1., staling that in a Cabinet Council held on that Day m Bravo Murillo pro poo a cd to has Cotie a gue to sell the is lauds of Cuba and foe to Rica to Engla cd Lor the sum of $l50,, too. He a a sorted Miat this sum represented the capital of the Revenue which spam received from those Island. Die Torres paid Dent of the k Olner zet aug a tales that m. Lar a Ninny the Munster of War Ami m. Arsiero. The chief of the Marine pretended to consider tin propos Al As a jell on the part of the president of the Council but w Hen they understood that m. Bravo Mure to really thought of submitting Hupje a to the Cories i Bey express Elf their did Ignalio and led the Council. Bravo Murillo however to detail his Lan to the other i utter. He said the great object be had in View was to obtain Man key mud i edit that Cuba would sooner or Holer be conquered by fhe United states and that if suck an Evonol were to Lake Dace Spain would in a the islands receive no indemnifications and that a he would besides have to Bear the Burden of a protracted and expensive War. Or w of bleats nov 3d. Two very disastrous fires have occurred in this cry Destro Ruig the custom Houe Atou a tends. End several stores and Block of Btu id in a. Lot near fwft.b#. The last Taic Urh of , of the Newark daily advertiser in a letter Ohio new York says the wife of a Man of Means and the daughter of a wealthy citizen of this City Ira ple too la on a of of Iowa recently died. Site had by a Catl no Beautiful he lore a faintly of children Hod gathered round her and she had not renounced tier claim to that title. 8tie d eds my Large Cou Rouru a was invited to the funeral. Tue count was made of Rosewood inlaid with Ilver lined with plaited Satin. The top or removed and the deceased Lay in Hei n in a a Home. She was dressed in a Merino r5e, made like a met a Mug gown faced with White a tin. Pro Lovely quilted and ornamented. I he Feerer were re men similarly line. And wrought a i Sto Mecher of the richest embroidery covered the breast from which All life had forever fled. The head w a covered by a Cap of Choice lace and a Wreath of fresh flow ers at ranged Tio und. The Liand a re crossed on her breast Al h the fingers covered with expensive jewelry which seemed to sparkle As it in gla.1 brute that he Bright Eye was dim forever. Ten Bendizen a. Put it or fam. For worm. Star went Down into the Giac there to await her god Ion and the few who Are already engaged in this Pursuit can afford but few facilities compared with the amount required and comparatively no Protection at All against the principal evil that of keeping out a dangerous currency. The chief advantages to he secured by an incorporation of the comp Viies above referred to Are 1st. The concentration of the Suplit capital of comm nity by which facilities May be afforded in the Way of Loans equal to those of Banks of regular discount. 2d. As companies or houses would be formed at All the principal Points in the Ste the great inter of excluding a worthies currency would a be effectual y accomplished. 4th. Associated numbers composed of the leading members of All classes and interest of society aside from their greater amount of and wealth would inspire the highest desirable degree of conf Itienne both at borne and abroad and thus bring to Bear a moral weight which never has been and never will be accorded to private individual Bankers be they Ever so weal by worthy or discreet. We mention this As one of the plans for Relief and Protection against the evils which threaten us and these As the leading features of and reasons therefor. Others May fill up the chink a and others again May propose Tome thing better. There hints have been thrown out in Onier that the attention of the pres and of the Public Mit a Early called to an approaching state of affairs in which we shall All be deeply interested. And we beg that it May be understood that although we have suggested a plan a Are not married to it. Ilie whole subject is a highly important one and in some respects slightly ticklish and deserves to be treated cautiously As Well As candidly. The season in Salt Lari St. Louis Republican contains a More minuts account of affairs at Salt Lake. It seems that Brigham Young the mormon governor med up the Twenty thousand dollars appropriated for Public buildings in the payment of Tiu acid debts and then called a secret meeting of the legislature at which resolutions were passed and order issued for seizing Twenty four thou and More in the hands of or. Harris the Secretary. Harris refused to give up the Money and Only succeeded in retaining Possession of it by procuring an injunction atthe hand of the supreme court. This brought matters to a focus and the government officers deemed it expel Zient to depart forthwith for the state. They were accompanied by several merchants who were compelled to Leare their property behind them. It is also stated that for some time past the mormon Leader have been in the habit in their re Ligou ? gathering and before the Federal officer of denouncing our government in the strongest Terra stigmatizing Congress As a a pack of corrupt swindlers a and the government As a a stink in he nostrils of Jehovah a jtc., a. Pretty Good mormonism that Illyn fit to settlement of was in 1 173, by the French and during the same year it a ceded to England. At the ctr be of me Revit Luti ltd it Ary was it remained american Terri on. At Inis period the i umber old a tub vitauts w in estimated at 3jiuu. In 1810 it was formed into a separate territory and in Fitio tvs pop a Hon had room Neil 12434�?an inet a ask �1 Over three Hundred Pur Clit. In ten year. In 18m it became a sue and i i82i, contain a n population of 65411, being a a Tommme of 250 per con. By this number the state was Cut the to one member of Congress. In t 30 the population numbered l68,3-5�?an increase of a ii action less then 2wj or cent. U�4ier this enumeration tie 8ut was represented in t Angrees by three member. In 1810 the population Reoe hed 478,183�?�gain of two Hundred per coot entitled Tho state to a even members of engross. In 1850 the population numbered 880,131, be fog a Gam of 78 per cent with a representation of nine Jour of we learn from the new York evening Post that preparation Are making in that City and of the River a few Miles from the City for packing pork during the Winter months on a vory Large scale. The facility of transportation of live hogs by the Erie Railroad from the West has led to this change in the bog Trail. A reduction of Cost is thus obtained by slaughtering in the City which has supplied the motive to the change. New York will in a Short space of time rival Cincinnati. majority for governor is 8,437 we see it stated that or. Rives has been re tilled from for sneer or presume St his own re que St. Cincinnati and St. Lofts rail the Republican of the 6th says that arrangements have been made which will Ian or the immediate commencement of this Groat work the portion Between Illinois town opposite St. Louis and Vincennes to be completed in three years the whole route to completed in five. Tiny Enterprise is All important to the permanent Prosperity of St. L min and with the Light which she has gathered with the past few month it cannot now to doubted but that she will see that the work he faithfully prosecuted. Washington november. The Republic this morning Donie a re Piort which has been in circulation that a Cabinet Council was held on the subject of Thrashers arrest at liar Ana Aud states that no official information had been received of the matter but that toe gentleman will receive All the Protection the government can give bum in Virtu of Ita treat stipulation. Official information has be a received that tvs French West India by Hadron has Haon ordered to the coat of Cuba far the Protection of the Island. _ to mrs. Swish Elm is a hear How a he Speaks of one of her eerie peal rats who has adopted the blood or costume there is Soat hog Isaac Tirol a the idea of a woman get tug to a pair of Traw Sersey a atone i Tho dark and d to woe Cousin Harriet a doctor to would bleed Hor in the foot to keep her from in Oping a Hoot daring her convalescence a Short frock and pint a like s great go Way girl. following Are the census return of lows dwelling ious Erin the so ats 32,962 families in Tho state 33.51?, White males 1 10, 888, White female Whites 191.879, coloured males 168, coloured females 167�?total coloured 325, total population 192414. Deaths during the year 2.044. Farms to cultivation,4. 805. Manufacturing establishments producing $500 and upwards a Tumay 462. New Yoh october 31. John m. Batts of Virginia in an address to hit constituents announce his determination to retire immediately from political life. The Post office department at Washington a Tfirn a Otic that whatever satisfactory proof is furnished that the labors of a postmaster have been increased Aud Bis commissions reduced by the operation of the act of Klarck 3d, 1851, he shall be allowed Aud credited with extra commit sous to decor dance i h Rales Here after adopted. Eastfoot mum. Nov 4. A difficulty occurred Here yesterday bet week or. Bushy and John Buddecke brother to Laws about some family affairs. Last evening they went from this place to the residence of their father in Law or. Turner who resides about six Miles from this place. The quarrel was again commenced and resulted a the instants Neon death of Buddecke who tips shot by Busby. F Whf Tonui slim so. Galena not. A. Rare Rel 1� elected governor of Wisconsin by rond i tim Ahr Makee App noose Benton stack h Ink i Boone Buchan Notar i Clark j Caytoo Clinton Dallas Davs Decatur Delaware de Moiny a i Dubuque Fayette Fremont Henry Iowa Jackson Jasper Jefferson , Jones Keokuk Lee Linn Louisa Lucas Madison Mahaska Marion Marshall Monroe Muscatine Page Polk Ottaw Ottamie Poweshiek Scott Tams Taylor. Von b Iren Wapello Warren Washington Wayne Winneshiek i i pm a j s 1 t a l v 1 a 1 \ a coloured 152 158 421 356, 0t 521 set lb.�5 1,4631 41 121 1211 313 327 3 26 26 75 eos of 119 121? 422 313 0 71� 74 a 266� 251 0� 6 6 66 2,146 1.799 i 14�?~ 141 41 3sl 0 728� 728 j 2.147 1 499i 50� 1,474 a 0 156 157i 473? 3811 v 1. 1h4> 1,1s6 3,817 3. Ilo1 2 145 145 526 438 1 33rt 313. 93 821 to 1.919 2, 6.923 6.038 12 1.952 2,002 5,7x4 5,6321 15 153 151 456 375 0 322 222 637 5841 0 1.515 1.513 1.315 4,150 5 143 143 409 413 0 1,-vt7 m77 353 3.31c 2 214 214 659 62l� 0 1.649 4,984 4,919 1 799 799 2119 2.201 10 559 539 1,627 1.379 0 8�z� s57 2162 2320 0 3,252 3,238, 9 Finis 9,920 pm 991 1,011 2,912 2.329 2 812 85fo 2.610 2,303 15 92 9-2 25� 213 0 180 102 c20 569 0 981 1.012 3.1.� 4 2834 0 930 1,0t� 2.860 2.593 15 6� 62 174 161 0 513 315 la but 1,392 0 999 1,009 3,033 2,630 35 94 94 290 261 0 756 782 2,132 2,083 0 1,475 1,473 3,933 3,895 0 102 102 316 299 6 991 1,615 3,159 2,813 10 1 1 5 3 0 38 38 1 6 98 0 2,069 2,079 6287 5,979 1 1,416 1.416 4 393 4.073 3 152 166 5<i3 456 o. 836 856 2,567 2,390 of 57 57 191 1431 l1 100 100 3�k 24 a a a i i 32,962 33,517 160,885.90,094 id s 1�� l�?~j2,2i4i 2,014 4�2 dwelling houses in the state families White mate White females coloured males. Coloured females. Total population 191,579 3� recapitulation. 32.962 i deaths during the year 33.577 i farm in cultivation j manufacturing establishments producing annually $500 and upwards 192414 2, 14,8u5 49 cd Tod from toe to. Lotos Leyh Tiease i Hoe. A. C Dodge so for of Lew Espoo feed Tea Coll Mode ltd the a linens of the set Era state Aud the to Antory in the cd Van tie. He said that it afforded him of Kootro to add res he fallow Vit tens of Iowa and Tho i neighbouring so hum. A knew the relation to i which he stood to the stale which he had the Honor to represent to the Senate and to Hod Tod some Cena Octiva my Tho a amp Attar of too proving Tho rapid of the Mississippi nver both in in private sad Poblic carom. There Hod Boon statement mad to the rework of one or two gentlemen who Tod a to reseed the can or Otic a to bar there had Toon in bringing the a measures before Cong res dodging from the responsibilities of vindicating to it texts of the constituency of the a Csc hut he could stand before any body and fearlessly May that though his name might be Dodge yet be Ooton defy my to Point to a instance m which be Bod even 1�, i dodged from his duty to representing the inter ii j ests of the West. J he Zoum refer them to the flies i the Cin tithe intelligencer Sod the Congress Eoal Globe j As i Rudenc of the Seal be Bau displayed m de Fence of internal improvements. He thought a hat they might Cong rat lot themselves on the delay in attaining the much coveted object of in moving the rapid As much Good might i Suft it a it. They had now reached amp per Thuoi i history of internal improvement which Coull a Reg r led As the new epoch and he thought the next session of co Gross would to Auu spic of time for eur aug the favo Rable Recap tie of propositions embodying the measures they to be carried. He believed that at the present it a a a Ioa the claims of the West would be regarded by the representatives of i some Otth Eastern state a at any Tat we of would not Only advocate the passage of these measures from co co Hov ing a deep interest a every thing which related to the improvement of Tho Nevi Giuins of the m Sis Sippio but the a Guinter of his Mesa had been explicit in the a an thee Point requiring him to vote of to should a a trom Choice. He hoped Tot the representatives of Missouri rivet by to to it to of at it appropriate Hill that there would also to n separate Bill for toe top movement to the St. Louis Harbor both a compared by statistical information concerning Coli Nerce. The remarks gift worthy mayor of or. Louis he had lib Ter cd to with interest an bettered that he was right in regard to is position tor what Benefit would arise from i pro i ving the rapid if the Mouth 4f to Grant Vur kept the Watfor Buck he toe a Troy j auction of Bius fur Fot Arnal i or a Vamenta but he desired to. Hav them a Par Italy Tutsi uzeed each resting on Ite own merits. To Bali sued that each and All would a a which possessed respectable evidences of require tonts being to actual necessity if we Tern men would to revolved to let each Bill pass a Vole of Coop us free from addition or amendment and to thought that the prospects were never More favourable for Unity of action to the West than #1 presets Tuesday morning november 11. Moines Rivra a Bantu in Formant to learn by a private letter from Wellington City that it has been decided in Cabinet meeting that the donation by Congress for the improvement of the de Moinet River includes the Laud along the whole course of the River As far As it traverses our this settles the Long disputed question and confirm to our state a Large and to valuable amount of land a sufficient it is hoped for the completion of the great work in View. Since the above was in Type the following letter has but a handed us for publication. L another of the Many proofs of Friendship when its diet it anguished author has Shewn to our so ate and which we Trust May be Cou nem rated by naming a county on the upper Des Oes in Honor of him. Washington 20th nov. 1851. My Dean general after a hard so Ruggle i have succeeded to Day Gnu getting the Secretary of the inferior to confirm t he gent to Iowa above Thi Racoon Fork so that your state will get the alternate Section through the whole coir a of the River a bore As Well As below the Mouth of Racoon River. So end the controversy and most sincerely glad am i that it so ends and that i have been in Rome measure instrumental in bringing it about. To decision confirm of course the View 1 took of the Grant in the opinion i gave president Fillmore. Sincerely your Friend Reverdy Johnson. Hon. A. C. Dodge of Burlington Iowa. Death of Benj. death of a a Benj. Font a a announced in yesterdays a pet As having taken place in Oregon was doubtless that of Benjamin foots formerly a citizen of this county. Gretna Day last week a Young couple from Illinois accompanied by the usual attendants made application to his Honor judge Mason for License authorizing them to be joined a the holy Bonds of Wedlock. It so happened that they were both considerably under age and upon consulting the a new code which by the Way is becoming a very common a practice a it was discovered that guardian and sureties were necessary in order to the Legal consummation of affairs. Here was a dilemma and All the parties strangers. Fortunately there happen i to be present a goodly number of our citizen and among them a few who knew from experience Bow hard it would be to All concerned if the thing should not go off a and to their credit be it spoken they voluntarily tendered then services a guard sons and their names As sureties. Matters being thus arranged our worthy mayor was sent Fri who promptly responded to Tho fall and with a solemnity and to Prev Sireen befitting the Occa a Ion he Cooke up a welding in Short metre to the particular satisfaction of the parti immediately interested who wont on their Way rejoicing whilst the invited guests whose name was legion re ired in excellent a pints. The guard aos gave away their wards whom they had never seen before with much apparent emotion and with that agonizing expression of countenance which plainly to d that they never expected to meet again. The bridegroom generously offered to Reni iterate the mayor for his services but his Honor was so overcome with Tbs Sofo Unitie of the of cauda and i sudden and unexpected participation therein that he did not Hoed the hint of Tho Happy husband for which dereliction of duty to was subsequently fined several dozen applet. Day of dining upon a delicious piece meat presented by our Friend or. Jacor Aib Rick who has recently returned from California. We shall probably be a Little Teui perhaps inclined to Hook something toe a Day or two to come and a deem it necessary to a Tat the fact in Advance by Way of an extenuating circumstance for any consequences which May follow. From Iti so Luuis . N. Tolls Milit. Ornea i Thor a Day evening. Nov. 6, 1861. J Ore advised of a a Tenet an yester Poffs Bacon or lard deserving of Atiee. Buy of Buffalo Era entertain very Low View a peaking for she new crop and it a a Ato Aoto impossible to get a Price name for pork Tard or pickled meats to arrive. One or two parti a were feeling the Market to Day for Orfo Dot re Ery amt the highest figure named foe me a pork was $1 80� Lor no. 1 lard 7 i-2c. Flou Lusto in Pickle 5 1-2 to 6c Ham 7 l-4c. Of course the seller concluded these figures equivalent to no offer at All. We learn however Tot 866 bbl old mess pork has hex offered a 6m spot a $12 a Sec of a Neseman it seems has Given notice to the Secretary of state that he bos received instruction to demand his pay sports so soon As Kess nth shall be received a the guest of this government. Best Ness continue brisk. Our Street Are i Ona tacitly thronged with we gone. The Road a a in admirable condition and country Deakers a re taking timely advantage of Tho favor. I Iooss we Hoar of a few Small Pareti ask bul nothing As yet transpired to Price. A sole of 806 head deliverable next month to been reported at $4 to $4 26 Ter no. 1 Cura fed. 3u0 head to average 216 lbs were bought yesterday by a City Packer Denver Oil by the 25th of fhe a resent month at $4 8�?�, and Liu Hood to arrive in a few Day at $4 do. At the present Tunc no. J hog cannot to had below $4 30. Deliverable this month. Our packing establishment a doing nothing of to ltd a it but one or two have commenced at Alt. And they design Only cd Tang a Lew Lor Bacon. We hear of soils eur the Illinois River during last week at Price varying from $3 73 to $4 is. At Pekin we Are told Mie pucker has Toku Between $ and 4uuv head at $3 73 to $4, and in the Eaily Art of the week 30uu howl a old at Springfield at $1. The last Safe is a nid to a no. I hogs. It is thought by several of our i most exper ended packers that a much Leas i number will be slaughtered Tore this season j than last. Not withstanding the increase i amp number the of prices her and Many Points above will induce Dru Rerp and fun get in a Ell at bom. blsctim1 Beardstown november 5. Out of 357 votes to led in this or emf 277 were for Bank. The whig ticket Geo Fialty elected in the county. Quincy november 6. For the Bank 400, against 178. Res Mville november 5. For Bank 136, against 69. Peoria City november 5. Majority for Bank 440. Jacksonville november 5. This precinct gives 381 majority for Bank. Galena november 5. This City and one other precinct give a majority against the Bank Law of about 306. Chicago november 3. _ to election yesterday posted off i of Stock holders Are the vote in to City stands for Hank 2,122. Carrolton november 5. The contracts on this work a Proge Osing rapidly and every Effort a too made by the d rectors to push Tho work Forward e Taall possible practicable Speed and their efforts should by met by a promptness on tie part of the Stock Hekter to meet the a Ayase of to Insall meats As they Are called to. In i prompt much serious difficulty will have to to a co Wittort by the directors in Orde to meet eft the proper the. time the payments for the work. The d rec Jim Iron a a a a a to a i , a a part j a a empor7. The Bank Law. Have been delegated to contract Lor this work and who relying upon to Good Faith of thie div dual Stock holders to meet their arrange ments and place at their disposal tto necessary i funds hav gone Forward and contracted Lor a Large amount of work. We aria to say Tot a much regret tto step that the directors has a largely increased democratic vote. The Elee been compelled to take to order to secure the t on of democratic Alderman in 13 out of 49 collection of the different , sad san words shows a democratic majority of from a Crecy Hope that tto Siock hello re will Sra Ingfield november 5. Sangamon 600 majority for Bank Bill. City of Chicago 2,. New York november 5. The election in Thi City yesterday resulted in a. Penn Muscatine journal says lat or. A. Penn Clark is Tho editor de interim of the Iowa City Republican. In that Case without changing our opinion As to the character or injustice of the articles which a have Tod occasion to review we withdraw the personal allusion to the a standing foot or the a Tate a or. C. Not being the or on to whoa we referred. We have to thing to do with or soy about the political delinquency with which or. C. Stands accused by the party presses. As a acquaintance and Friend a hav always found h in a gentleman. And is such a entertain for him every de Gre of respect. following of to that officers and Mem Bee of Congress recently elected in californian aft democrats a to with governor John Bigler of Sacramento a let Nunet governor Toad Purdys chief Juluce Solomon Heyden Fotty Trtat grrr Richard Roaul com i roller w. S. Pierce off or try Orne Rai 8. Clinton Hastings formerly of Iowa a of Kroeper general. A. M. Eddy Mem Here of Chagrin Joseph w. Me Cork and Edward c. Marshall la tto House a boat two thirds Are demo crate and hat two whigs a Tho Senate. Two to three Hundred. A Iago county gives a democratic majority of 1.266. Duchess county 200. Albany gives a democratic majority electing a recorder by �00. We have also tto fallowing reported majorities whig Erie 2,000 Niagara 806 Orleans 700 Oswego 100 Broome 110 chata que 1,300 Cohen Octavy 100 Ontario 800. Demo Ralie majorities Herkimer 1200 Jef term on 260 Putnam 606 Albany 806 Tiago 400 Chemung a us. Fawk foot by. Nov 4. Robertson elected speaker of Tho House Helm clerk. A officers of both houses whigs except sergeant at arms of the reuse. Message Reed to Day. Phil ads via fee. 4. Judge Kane United states District court has delivered an opinion in the cast of Morse is. Bain Bieh has Toon pending in that court for some weeks. The court Grants an absolute injunction on Bains system of telegraphing and in effect is Adverse also to hour a a a telegu a stung. It also coincides with the decisions a judges Monro and Craton in the Case of mors is. Of Reilly in Kentucky and of judge Mckinley for Tenn Easo in a similar suit. Prof. Morse will now commence suits against All the Bain line in he United Teste. Oca learn from or o. Houston eoe of ii Confra tors oath Peona and Burlin Foa Rai trend that tto work under i charge the Gettig along Fin a1v. One mite of the Road Conizene ing at Clark a thre Miles irom Peoria and testing toward the City is com Letiti. Or. Houston i working Avit 31� Hund. And 0 far a say in Lahore to per formed without the Toast dil Leuty. The a Weohr. H. I Tileto is adding to i Nua Iber of Banda so that to May prose Cut Bia work with Gre 4 Tei prese. Make immediate payment and obviate tto a Cess to of the direct Era taking Rao Asuru to enforce its collection. Every individual who a subscribed to tto Stock of this company is not Only legally bound for tto amount sat w a ally and a Honor bound not to sea tto Dir aet ors suffer. This they Stu to temp Ella to do unless tto install Smuts Ara mete promptly past in. Let All now who have Susan Tod to Tow enter prise and Sehe hav not is Fui am Panama of the install Mentz As cited for do so Imadee Stely sad St each Dis Embarrass tto Ansala Al the company and keep goad Ita repeats my sad credit i his of it soft. Is s matter of Athearn Tous importance to tto Well fare of tto company and should not to lost sight of of a solitary Imp Dir duo Stock-bolder.�?-7 Trade with Yob Sag tested yesterday that Sorm Oss should enquire into tto expediency of Etab hewing a daily duo of pockets Mith up River Trad. We Haw soom enquiries since and wage As the Opi Minoa of those Tost Calcat Tod to judge that Tore has Toon up to this tics an a evens of my Par cent a travel and from my to seve Osy tem in freight Aad traffic Ever Tost year. Tho Haas by and travel of tto prs sat season ban a ppm ported boats equal to a in Wethly line both a in tight and passenger and it m adapt ted Tot both Fra kims tha .1�maa, Ami ton Kaea Haer have Aurtey a Heap of Money the boat evidence of this to the proper Eliee foe tto Somsag season in tto shape of three new in Tot Trade. Within tto loot two the Uay May to safely use dieted 4 tto remainder of the Sensaku three eats bawls a Asiaa Rio one of tto Magidar cum have been Para my utto the Trade Aad our lev a k let never a livelier a Pec Tacto than on malay #a4 fridas for the teat month Ards a Oaks. We Kall mid tto a Atway is hits Piaf Qto elea continues iry and class. There is say pact for favourable navigation for two a three Wutke yet. Mam. M of 4m a quot twp Lwy a his Ifon Fence a big us Ornong insured Angel a is 1rs <trt�re4 by a re Goon Annex to Amk journal de Debats of Oelo Hor 1st, As a team trom or. Walsh a corms pendent Certaine a copious review signed by prut a Ctol Chavalee. A Domo Camcy m America. To ascribes tto growth and Prosperity of the jailed states to Marni cause of the Aie Ira a to Tate a is Aad Lott Giozas my he be Renrew a was log an Ito american Proteva their religious spirit and Saeta ethics they will keep bar democratic Republic. When they Fonay them to world will so a corrupt aristocracy of wealth Tad debased masses. A a history�?�11 expense All analogy preve the truth it Tea. It is not Atoa that keep a people in to Inteia Ignaco religion spirit and social am catty of tto people thews Saros lies Alt Hope of Elwir continuance under a free right40�� Aad equal form of Renee not Good Fri tvs re Rax la Maimi farts Canapo adopt of la Leolaa Atlas sap that Madama a Cavil whose name w asap Cittad with a to court of louts xviii., papers that recently Casar rite tor a materials far a Pant suit w Lafayette. Stew sit offered to tto Morlais Osacg Wisbin Iasaac Lafayetta who however declined pm Horkia in tto suit. Madame do carte engaged the Pes Matos it tor Toff on fits Bottoli Ato to Bave half tto pro coeds if tto suit be suit Elbit. To court �1 based Crux has is fitted u her Fox or. Tto w hate i a mount recovered a a said to be $4w�m\ of which to Lafavette laity ree Eivet , or 1 bout $24ft,. 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