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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 25, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Porry a y a minis just and Yea wot let All the ends tips a mat at be Fly Boi a Tbs a tit Oody i Ati tbcth1. 1 Yamili a Mii paper a Potravi in Anita literate Irir Arr comm err a a a Raj a a Iii 3rts Anil of tamil to of ii Dai. By Morgan Kexby. A 0�� 1 _. Burlington Iowa saturday october 25, 1851. Vol. 2�?no. 12. Editorial Coli Tentio. To eat or of the Davenport git Etc proposes j con a a to on of editors with a View to bring j Abott Rich arrangements As May tend to j bsuu�1 fi00 to Comfort. We second the a Tiou. Many cogent reasons might be urged f for str of such a step but As they Are doubt j of and generally understood it would be a a tee to mention them in this place. For one should take Especial pleasure in meeting our i a Stern of the Quill at time and in any place particularly to when by such meeting their j veg interests May be Subserve. Muscatine wet be a Central Point and is alike convey a of Access to All sections provided the concretion should be Holden during the season ofgation. I is a Jav convex had not the fissure �1 a ing the Keokuk delegation onto feet return yesterday morning from the Iowa i Vav contentions but learn from other sources a it the attendance fell considerably Short of met which had been expected that the route j from Dubuque to Keokuk was not agreed upon j a and that fort de Moines was the Only Point j a Ort gated a falling positively on the line be j menu dive Ort and Council Bluff. A portion of the Keokuk delegation As they rash up expressed themselves in favor of asking for an appropriation for general purposes of Rove intent Winlun the slate leaving to us a that is the people of Iowa to decide a Here and upon what the appropriation or donation shall be expended. This i the True policy one upon which All sections can United and if in convention at Iowa City failed to of to such conclusion it is perhaps quite As a he that they faded to Settle Down upon any ten it Temperance movements. The grand division of the sons of temper Arce Flowa met at Muscatine on wednesday continued in see a iou until thursday r it. Col. Temple of this City presided and ass also chosen g. W. P. For the in sum year. Among other transactions a grand Union of the daughters of Temperance w As organized by x. S. Pax vix esq., who had been specially a fluted for that purpose by the National division. Tie Speer fies of the ladies on the Oera on Are Sai l to have been remarkably touching Aad impressive. We have been promised a full ease option of the proceedings which we shall take great pleasure in laying before our readers. payment of annuities to reported n preset for the rally Telegraph. Etc tip. Phil ii Gaia oct. I. Monroe Cuaty i6v3 maj. For Bigler. Berks 300 ? Seq Oekawa 7w> Wayne 1035 Wyoming 218. In a Radford it is nearly a tie. Morton county 38, for Johnston Chester 1162 Erie 1450. Crawford co. 35 maj. For Bigler Venango 600 Mercer 180 motherland 200 Perry s00 Wyoming 600 and Somerset 1600 for Johnston. Oil election. oct. 15. Hamilton co., including City gives Wood the democratic candidate for governor 2.206 to 8,500 majority. The whole democratic ticket is elected in Franklin county Woods majority is about 200. In Ashtabula Vinton s majority is 90. Cuya hoga and Luca Are both democratic. Logan 650 for Vinton. Later Ohio gone Lor the democrats. Ciuci sati oct. 16. The governor and other state officers Are democrats a not Able to St to in reference to the legislature. I n the City Aud county of Liau Ulroy As far As Hoard from Wood s majority is 3728 for governor. Pennsylvania Gene democratic. In Pennsylvania without Doug the for governor is elected. The whigs charge their defeat to the native americans. Paducah oct 16. The River is on a stand. Weather pleasant. New York oct 16. Doubtful Banks in Connecticut. The Connecticut Bank paper is All bought at 6$ it other Eastern notes. Fire if Cincinnatt. Cincis sati oct. 16. The German Catholic orphan Asylum on fourth Street was destroyed by Ore last night and it is supposed that six children perched in the flames. The fire broke out in the Centre of the building from a store pipe. There were 106 boys in the House Many of whom jumped front the windows. One Hundred of them were saved three bodies were found and three missing several of those Zarod were burned and otherwise injured. Charleston oct. 15. Accounts from Jacksonville state that the trial of the Steamer Pam it Ero is progressing at St. Augustine. The government has sent to new Orleans for evident. Her stores have been sold by order of the u. 6. Marshal. An elect Ltd for members to the 8onthern convention took place on monday and tuesday in the District of Aiken. Co operation candidates were elected by 1462 majority. It is supposed that two thirds of the state has voted in favor of to Heth a be Ratius ticket. Fugitives and free a oilers. Are a oct. 15�?p. This evening Twenty prominent citizen arrived Here in charge of the u. S. Marshal having been at rested for treason connected with the escape of Fugi men4a� Mmry by oct. 90. The election to Day. Today aur citizens will be called upon to vote in reference to an additional subscription of $23,000 to the Burlington and Peoria Hail Boa 1. By e mention the fact merely to remind our fellow citizens that the vote w ill be taken and not because it is deemed necessary to urge upon them the reasons which should influence them to give a unanimous support to the proposition. It is taken for granted that All appreciate the advantages of the proposed improvement and that it is also a fixed and Well understood fact that Burlington will do her duty. Delegates to the convention. At a meeting of the citizens of Burlington held at the City Council room on saturday evening last. D. K. Harris esq., was called to the chair and j. J. Child appointed Secretary. On motion Twenty five delegates consisting of the following persons were appointed delegates to attend the rapids convention to beheld in tins City on thursday next 23d inst., Viz As winnebagos was to commence on the 15th. I fives. 1 hey were admitted to bail in Euton out it Ike Chippewa were paid on the the and 10th. An election for members of the legislature Tui for county officers was held on tuesday last. Much excitement prevailed and if the pipers May be relied upon ail the candidates deserve cells in the rather than seats a t legislative Assembly. The City Council of St. Paul have passed an ordinance prohibiting steamboats from Dischar Josg freight at the levee on the Sabbath a re lame upon municipal regulations not yet attained by any other City on the Mississippi. We Alto observe that or. If. K. Terrell of tins City has leased a flouring Mill in the Vicin i of St. Paul. Or. T. Is an excellent Miller and will do Tiess Roll out a bread stuff such As say been seen in that Region. I p to the 8th Insl there had been no Frost Mit Steid to adept v vegetation. Act to. The a White Cloud of the Prairies ii now in St. Louis lie Hama be More Tripsquicker ones a etude St. Louis and said be than As it other Man living. Asa trader he has been eminently successful. It would seem Thal he has added to he a Fame by discovering a new note. The St. Louis papers say or. Aubrey and party Hare travelled a sew route a a verging i Row the Oti rout at Gold Spring and Wco to the Arlugh mtg Froid Teu to Putty Degn it id North finding an excellent Waguiu Road Well Tup with water and grave and avoiding the Jorna \ is and Cinao be travel Alt Gettier. It will prove a Prat advantage to travelling . Or. Aubrey on his famous Mare Dolly came in a of Cooee for Omicron w.�4, at the rate Iff one Hun land mile per Day. Kallev the mail stat i. J Day or two since that the jury Hail wrought in verdict of guilty against of oily tried at the a ire i ent term of fut la. S. D strict court at Iowa cite. The Republican of the 15th a ays. In monday Tii into last Kelley a brought be tee the court and after Niue appropriate and feeling re a Nark from judge Dyer was sentenced to far y ear imprisonment. Lie a then remanded to the jail of de mine fount where he will remain until the fear Yenthuy in in a a Otilit Ion to receive More prisoners. Ther. Was another indictment against Kelley for a Nilar , u a which the District attorney entered a Nolle prov Equi alter the defendant had been sentenced in the above Case. Railroads Arreigh taif Ferent Railroad route now projecting Between Cincinnati and Philadelphia the shortest of retch by the Way of Wilmington Zanesville and Wheeling is by Miles and tiie longest by Way of Spring fled. Ii Donville and Pittsburgh is 697 Miles. The one by w a of Columbus and Wheeling is 939 Miles and by Way of co Hun bus and Pittsburgh 659 Miles. Great attraction Rohini on offers rare inducements to night two pieces a touch of the real bloomers a Gold in by Way of prize to any one w to Ray have the Luck to draw it a also will be exhibited a Mugni Focient painting raising of Lazarus great attraction i positively the ust Light of the Robinson family. Or. our readers will regret to learn that the health of or. Clay is such As to a Eoder it Prohart that he will not return to his a eat in the 17. S. Senate. Mos l Pelik it. Oct. 10. The Senate organized to Dar by the election of Samuel Conant whig As clerk win. L. Hick Erieau was then chosen Secretary of state. In the House c. S. Dane whig was chosen a to. The governors speech will be deliver-�?�4 to Morrow. Pilad Alvilta oct. 6. The a. S. Circuit court have issued a Spe a a for 108 jurors to be drawn in Lari Vaiter Coto try Elijah Lewis and 37 others for treason against the in. S the trial is set a own for the monday in october next. Nashville oct. 8�?p. An Effort is being made to Purchase a in Tius county near the Hermitage arid a a a a it it to Kossuth and his companion to them to Settle near the late residence of Beneral Jackson. One of our citizens offers to a at cube five Hundred dollars and a contingent of one thousand dollars. A impressive jury in tie Railroad conspiracy Case having retired to Weir room on thursday to consult upon their or a after receiving the charge of the court j a a knee took place which under the so Yanity of tie existing feeling no one seemed Cui de to break. At last one of the oldest i North them remarked that in View of the Iro of the of it Nee charged tie mass of , Grid five intricate character of Many a be q irs Rions of fac a presented to them in of a it ice he Felt i own want of and is a to determine the i e of his duty and lit non a Fei Fow jury Ian to Lead in Lmplo->l>2 Vijh Wuo liveth liberally ind a pfc Naideth Grace knowledge to enlighten Vliem in a ment of their duties. The person the i each fat a their appearance for examination still later. Clec Lnu Natl oct 16, we live Recci veil returns Fruia All the Ward Aud find that wad has a majority Over Vinton for gov. In the City of 2t62. Weather still Clear and Cool. No Prospect of Rise in the River. Foreign news. The Steamer Atlantic arrived with dates to 1st of. I she bad 146 . During fur Progress pome slight damage occurred to her machinery which caused her delay. News of Kossuth. The America arrived Ltd the 24th All. The steamship Mississippi with Kossuth and his companion on Board had arrival at Marseille on the 24th sept. And sailed immediately for England. The roman Catholic defence association a commenced by issuing an addres to the roman Catho Liee of the United k kingdom declaring hostility to the clerical policy movement and calling on catholics to unite in organising for Rcd i Tance to both. 1 he addles is signed he or. Culkin Catholic primate Oiler land and or. Keogh Doc Vury. Closing of the world s fair. The closing it of the Eva it exhibition had been fixed the 11 the of oct. The Oum mesh it Nia gave forma notice on the 2�uh to t or a Sadi r in of their in Tenti n to have the budding removed. The notice however is to the Fate of the building but Given to keep the put ver of the original contract in Force. The Fate of the building will proud in remain in ? until in Satin blk but the impression gains ground that the building Iii a re moral fron the Park at live Thiol a. A All along thew Edern Cut to Gale Vii More or ice viol Nee have o erred doing severe damage. Great preparations arc making throughout great Britain in expectation of the general i cation. The Arctic exp edition under Cap. Austin a renamed Withim making any new Diw Overy. The return of the american vessels. Advance and Rescue to known in England by an arrival from Greenland. Spain. The extreme excitement at Madrid relative to Caban affairs had diminished and the spaniards Hail Man Moeed taking great interest in Tome politics. The execution of Lojo seems to have satisfied them. Ddom tubes Hail been received from Span a minister at Rome announcing the conclusion and ratification of the concordat with the court of a win Aad Isi Aing of letter apostolic. Austria. Has again manifested her disappointment and Blind Folly by a musing Kossuth Aud his colleagues to be burned in a effigy at Perth. Which took place in the press of a Large military Force. It i or peeled that the sentence of about 100 prisoners whose suits had been going on although they had been set at lib City would he published on the 20ul. Turkey Ila Len on the Point of a political Eris. The pay has Power was tottering and i sue Cesser was Al realy talked of. Arrival a the America Halifax 15. The America from Liverpool with dates to the 4th inst. Arrived at 6 r. A with 101 passenger the Franklin reached Southampton on 2d inst. The general new i of hut Little importance. The Public mind in England is concentrate the Cloe of the exhibit in in which is to take place on the 11th. The War it is will be made on the 15th the Hon. Abbott Lawrence waa in Dublin. He was receiving great attentions from the City Aud from private individuals. How ugh had been expected in Londoff up to i ult. Intelligence had Ilieen a Vivai that the Freeh rement had refused him Permis to Pas through their country. It is understood that be a sailed on Board Steamer Mississippi direct for new work. It is said that the cause of this refusal was a a Lesire to in accordance with the wis Hesik Austria and Russia. Quot Hilet a Mississippi a a at Genoa Kossuth requested leave of the sardinian government to rest a few moment on Piedmont ground. It did not a to a to oppose the slightest obstacle to Bis stay but from its Power it Mart he mindful of the Inave Ninoo that might result therefrom and would leave it to Bis own discretion to decide if under suck circumstances be would involve the Hospital ties Here the wires a but James w. Grime j. F. Tall ant Jan Morgan j. F. Abraham David Korer f. A f. Peasley Eno w. I owe a c. Hall a. C. Dodge George Frazee Henry w. Starr George Temple Jan. J. Child Charles Mason l. D. Stockton we. B. Ewing John f. Henry James Mckell w. F. Coolbaugh e. D. Rand John l. Corse i Evi Hager Leinan Cook John g. 1 note D. Browning. On motion ret led that the delegates aped be empowered to Supply vacancies. D. K. Harris Chi a. J. J. Chilt cry. A a in the name of All that is Beautiful Lewis of the new and extensive hat and Cap store sent us on saturday last a Beautiful specimen of his Stock in the shape of a hat a was is a hat a elegantly made and turned and finished the very tip top of the fashion. We shall Wear it with equal Pride and pleasure. Any person desirous to see something handsome can just look at us those who May a Pareto look equally As Well had better Call at once at Lewis. Amende deem it no disgrace but a duty to say to our friends of Keokuk that there was a singular want of Courtesy in our failing to answer that telegraphic dispatch but the neglect was entirely accidental. Appoint meet or View of the fact that the convention will be much More largely attended than was at first anticipated a so Large indeed As to make it doubtful whether any building in the City would be sufficient for the occasion it has been deemed necessary on the part of our citizens to appoint a limited number of delegates to represent this City. Should the weather be favourable and the delegation in attendance be As numerous As is now expected arrangements will probably be made for holding the convention in the open air in one of the adjacent Grove of the City. He the River though it has been receding for some Days past is a till in Fine navigable order. We observe by a St. Paul paper of the 16th that the Waters Are unusually High at that place. Hon. D. F. Are again under under obligations to tins gentleman for valuable Public documents. The Keokuk delegation appear to be entirely satisfied with the result of the Iowa City convention. Glad to hear it. We Haj supposed Tooi certain rumours that unpleasant tee rings might have been a Nger Elered towards the other i end of the route. Forbearance is a prime virtue and the u Lone Delegate from i u Buque Carnot but recognize the fact. Keokuk is not Only generous hut wonderfully patient f Minnesota election in Minnesota on tuesday last resulted in the Success of the people s ticket As Contr distinguished from the Rice or organization or democratic ticket. Things appear to be a a mixed a in that territory so much so that at this great distance from the a a belligerents n it is difficult to classify them. Tie election was warmly contested and the vote a close one. Or. Sibley the present Delegate to Congress is the representative of w hat is called the peopled party and the result we suppose is to be set Dow n As a Sibley Triumph. Or. Terril advertises for Sale without Reserve on thursday next certain real estate. See advertisement. Description or Salt Lake Friend who has just returned from California by Way of the Plains has kindly offered us the use of his journal from Widich we make a highly interesting extract descriptive of Ibeit Rmon Valley. It w ill be found in anon her column. For following persons left tins City yesterday morning on the s Reamer Danube for the Gold regions of California Viz ii. S. Barf Ruff Jonathan Donne we. Wright ii. P. Wight Ian j. Witherow. The have received from Bur Ling on a circular inviting us to at Tesij a convention at Burlington Iowa on the 25ih to provide Means for making navigable at All sea on the rapids of the Mississippi. It will be rather too late for a to attend from Minnesota but we Are in Ivor of the work hand and soul. We do not believe with Hie Keokuk despatch that it w ill be difficult to get an appropriation and an ample one from Congress to do this great National mints Taj Pioneer. A from the Missouri Republican 17th the Burlington convention. A meeting of the delegation to the Burl no ton convention was held yesterday afternoon in the City Hall when a committee was appointed to make arrangements fora boat to take the delegation to burling on. The committee retired and after an absence of some time returned and reported that they had made arrangements for the Peleg Niiori to leave on tuesday evening next at 3 o clock on the Steamer hew England. Tie owners of the new England agreed to take each Delegate to Burlington for three dollars and bring him Hack for the same. The boat will arrive at Keokuk on wednesday evening at 5 o clock w Here the Steamer Glaucus will be in waiting to take the delegates to Burlington where they will arrive on thursday morning the Day of the meeting of the convention be the�?oeraii7iltod Thal i of re breakfast. S in Ufal e do ates As Del. I v. Sire it can return in the Glaucus on Friday eve we the slightest buckle to i a a a where the die Vernon will be relations with the Neighbouringrea Iines to bring them to St. Louis by saturday night. Such As wish to remain longer in Burlington can come Down in the Glaucus on monday evening following and take the packet of Keu fuck which will arrive Here on tuesday night. Some of the delegates who were appointed having t Elined going a full and eone Tel list will he published to no Orrow or on monday hoc a our Packer Aru now prepared to Emmen be business a a Weir Howes have been put in order and everything made ready for t e opening of the Wei valve employ a band of Biliie to accompany them close of the present month operations will have n England a will be a the land morning. The delegation appointed a committee to Lolly cdme need it we Are to take former years a a criterion. As yet we have heard of but two or three important contracts for future delivery. A few Day since we mentioned the ale of 5uu head still fed. At �4.3��. On Satur a Day lat we were informed of additional con a tracts Viz 2<�u no i. Corp fed Dorn St. Charles county a delivered next Routh at $1,25 part of the Purchase Money paid now Advance equal to $1,50 per head. Do head Illinois Corn fed to net 21�t feb. Deliverable in december at $1,50, and id�6 Hea l to net 210 lbs. Deliverable from the 15th to 20th of november at $1,50 the Market cannot he Een Sideres fully under Way As a Lea Lily appealed to complied with the Roque j get but from All we can learn a believe that f the of inning Price on no 1 he a is w ill Range from ,�?� say our informant a a Wii near Ria or #1 of fervent and inc Ere Prevar. That Wuich arose from i lip on that jul. Two re for Chr rapid 0owvr�rrio. Of Reive Foroi Tlle Burlington Telegraph hud., that a committee a been a Quot collect Stalin a relating a it Tow trim-5 Burlington far the pit Root of laying. A Quot Kirk action Afore the convention to a there on it. 23 in St $ to Iro Quot few beef cattle have been purchased for parking at $3,30. But Nocon to Merable number of Good cattle can be Hall at this Price. Abool 260 head have been secured by one Packer this embraces about All we have heard to this line of to the present writing it is generally a opposed that the number of hogs to be packed in this City this season will by a cation to be that of in weight full ten re or. A ii enable that a heavier. To total number last Ewon few a a re Quot Quot Row Uch 11 Ltd 1 Short of 96,000.�?St. Limit Heteu Igenter of the Uke to Congress. As we have a. A a a say suggested see a a guest again that a a a Tiu la i0 reference to to Coin in Ati Xci of do # a que t in Utt. Foj from Oregon we learn that or babies a of it i go a a Raibes it it a die St a $3�?� the a a new England ing on monday morning next and All Echo Jar Pott going Shoutd promptly to sure Mother t Atran Franr it a letter to the Nashville Banner which the editor says is from a highly respectable citizen of Louisiana is As follows Bayou Sara. Sept. 29. My dear sir a a Hare another Cuba expedition on foot in this state Gen. Felix Houston at tie head of it. From what i can learn men of influence and Means have been approached on the subject. I know one who a been offered a command. The plan is first to get the Means to procure Aims. A near neighbor of Ruine was offered a command and. I sorry to a at first bought favo Tsily of the object was to get Money. It is being managed As secretly As possible. Ten Tutti vote for governor at the late election As officially announced a lauds i w. B. Campbell whig 3-333 Trousdale Loco oco 61,673 a a tan from in jote Aal or a Calir Mulnax. Furnished for the Burlington daily Telegraph Salt Lake City August 26th, 1831. It is surprising what people can accomplish when they try Here Are the mormons fanatics according to some rogues in others opinion a Motley Crew gathered from Many nations at a distance of from 1000 to 1200 Miles from the nearest settlement wastes deserts and Barren rocks intervening the Down try a few years Back inhabited Only by the roving red skins and what does it look like now eighty Miles Abs it re the great City in a Northern direction Bear River Breaks through a stupendous mass of Rock forming one of the Many canons each of which would form study a for an artist for week but is passed Here almost unnoticed among the Many picturesque scene. This River winds its devious course through a Rich alluvial Bottom affording luxurious a Ture to numberless herds of cattle and horses collecting in its course All the creeks branches and a Mailer Rivers taking their origin from the a now capt Mountain that form the rim of this enormous Basin. Bash of the Little streams is dotted with houses hams and Fields adjoining i them on the larger streams the dwellings Are in clusters around a fort with saw and grist a dolls the different mechanics needed mostly in a new settlement forming villages with their places for worship and school houses. All the water coming from the mountains is made use of for irrigating their Fields which although but re Centy male Piot Nise on further trials great yields of Grain and vegetables. Most of the improvements in this Region have been last Spring the experience in the use of water for irrigation time of applying it to crops in constructing Ditc is and Dykes was but very limited in fact it was but a Mare Experiment with the Farmers but spite of All this they have raised As Good crops As Are met with elsewhere. Wheat Oats Barley have yielded abundantly of the finest grains. Melons and All the vines Are Benefit to Nik Robin Man. It will he seen by the following correspondence that a complimentary Beno it has been tendered to or. Dunson Adi that this evening has been fix 1 upon As the time Berlin ton Iowa oct. 18th 1861. Mrs. E. L. Robinson Madame feeling desirous to Girt an expression to cur appreciation of your talented pers nations of the varied characters with which you have so High i r irate roamed us for a week past we would res Peel fully tender you a complimentary Benefit to be Given to you at such time and place Isyou Quay designate. We would be pleased to of Eire from you an intimation that our project will he agreeable As also any suggestion you May desire to make in j the premises. With sentiments of respect your Humble servants tuesday homing or to Ber 9a. J. Morgan h. H. j. W he Quot j. It. Gear t. J. Copp j. F. Thant Lyman Cook j. H. Much whiny j. P. Wightman n. Ires James Garrett a. G Adams e. Chamberlin Nick. Fullerton j. J. Child Jas. Tizzard j. D. Test. O. C. Wightman s. L. Burnap e. L. Abrahams j. 8. Schramm e t. Runge. D. Browning g. H. Wald in Geo. Mclnnis h. Matthews d. S. Eversol 8. Heilbrun j. Smith Kenny Frank Little George Temple. Bar Lauron oct. 18th, 1851. Gentlemen your note of the above Dale is before. It is w Ith sentiments of deep feeling that i acknowledge the Honor you intend by tendering a complimentary Benefit. The Guage of mortals is much too poor to express the thoughts of her who came among you a stranger but who leaves with the Bond of Friendship inde Lihty impressed up it a her heart. In the Short space of one week which has been sojourn Here i have received from your hands numerous Marks of approbation in Humble efforts to please you. In regard to the Benefit you proffer. I shall merely remark that it is one More added produced in perfection and other vegetables to the Many obligations to which i already whig Majo Ity l,0ufl Pittsburgh oct. 13. Twenty five in a he in the Channel and River at Stond. Flourish likewise the climate and soil suiting vines and other tropical productions. Should their experiments with the Grapevine Olive Orange Lernon. Pineapple Tea and Coffee Etc., succeed of which there is but Little doubt they will be Able to Supply their rapidly increasing population w Ith All the necessaries and most of the Lulu yes other countries enjoy. While the Valley below produces tropical fruits the Bench land or old Shore of the Lake at an Altitude of 3 or 400 feet above the Plain brings Forth All the productions of the temperate zones and still higher up the Cedar Pine Juniper and other evergreens of a Northern clime flourish hard Wood How Ever is scarce a species of Maple being the Only native but Chestnut would thrive Here and yield As Good Timber and fruit As any of the slopes of the ape Oines the pasturage on the Plains As Well As on the Bench land and Sid Chivis is luxuriant equalled for fattening qualities Only by that of California having the advantage Over this country of the verdure extending to the tops of most or the mountains. In the Way of minerals they Are Well provided a geographical Survey has brought to Light an inexhaustible bed of Stonecoal the specimens at the state House equalling new Castle Coal Iron Ore with a vein of Silver running through it which latter alone would pay for working Gold in Small quantities and Platina a very rare and valuable Inetal Are found and traces of Copper and Zink have been discovered. Their Mineral Springs Are famous Little As they have been tried they proved efficacious in some cues of Long standing and their anole is shows Tow i equal to the Best and most resorted to of the old country. The country Only need a thorough investigation and hands enough to develop its resource and the population will be Independent of supplies from other quarters. Should they succeed in getting their grand system of irrigation conducting the Jordan by canal to the City a distance of 25 mile along Ibe foot of the mountains an immense scope of land will he brought under the influence of irrigation besides a vast water Power for machinery which will give support employment of tin old inhabitant a Well As to the new accession of 4600 or 2500 souls of the present years emigration swelling the population of the Valley inclusive of the settlement of Utah Lake Sand pitch Bear and Weber River to Between 6000 and 7<�00. The plan concluded upon by the leaders will eventually secure Success to the Enterprise if energetically and persevering by pursued. After bringing As much land As possible under cultivation by an extensive and judiciously conducted system of irrigation to have one years Supply of provision in store they intend to set up and finish their machines furnaces Etc., for smelting Ore casting rail finishing engine for manufacturing purposes As Well As for railways to put themselves in connection with the neighbouring country. A Southern railway to tap the Pacific Ocean at some practicable Point is a favorite plan with them. A Road to Oregon is spoken of and the Railroad from the head of navigation on the Missouri to the Salt like Valley will some Day be As much travelled As any of our main thoroughfares Are at present. A Call for a convention. Mayors office Dubuque oct Ber 14, 1k31. A it is the desire of Many influential citizens that 1 Shoum Call upon the people of the Eirv. And those living in the neighbourhood to a a Ern ble in mass meeting for the purpose of taking some action in regard to the approaching a a rapids convention a so called which will be held at Burlington on the 23d in to. The object of this convention is to memorialize Congress at it coming session for a Grant of Money to and in the improvement of the rapid of the Mississippi Aid to present the subject for the attention Ana consideration tic and info further opposition to this appropriation so important to the interests of the great West. Our City should be no Idle Spectator on this interesting occasion. Her position present future her Pride and Hopes should induce her to Send such a representation to the convention As will evince that her people feel deeply when the Prosperity and interests of our state Are under discussion. I therefore earnestly request that the people of this City and county do meet at the Globe building in Dubuque on thursday evening next the Lgth m�t., at 7 of clock p m., for the purpose of selecting delegates and for transacting such other business in the premises As May lie deemed expedient and proper. P. A. Lorimier mayor. Indebted to you and with your permission it shall Ake place at Temperance Hall on monday evening october 20fh. Permit to subscribe myself with Best wishes for your a Access yours respectfully e. L. Robinson. To messes. A. Morgan. Lyman Cook. Jno. H. Me Kenny h. H Grill la j. C. Hall. J. H. Gear t. S. Copp j. F. Tallant j. P. Wightman and others. From the St. Louis Kepu Lioan. Convent to in accordance with a Resolution adopted at i the meeting of saturday evening last the mayor appointed the following list of delegates from j among the citizens at Large to the convention to j be held at Burlington of the 23-1 instant j. B. Crockett Richard Phillips George Bushanan Nathan Ranney John s. Mccune. Henry b Belt win. A Mcpherson Samuel r. Curtis Henry Kayser Charles d. Drake we. C. Kennett James yeat irian George it. Taylor George d. Humphrey Alex. J. P. Garesche 1 j. T. Sweringen Greene Erskine or. Richard Barrett James g. Barry George Trask Hon. . B. Bowlin George Knapp or. C. J. Carpenter Francis t. Belt Jefferson k. Clark j Edward c. Wil d. H. A. Armstrong John Wiimer Felix Valle Anthony Bennett David Brigham a a Iward a f. Pittman Sinclair Kirtley j. P. Eddy James Christy l. H. Baker r. K. Lockwood Jessie g. A Deli George Collier. Thornton 1. Murphy Lewis d. Bissel John Largy Samuel Russel j s. G. Soula a John Schreib a i James Glasgow. Robert k. Woods George h. Doar Way inn Crow David Rankin a. P. Ladew John y. Page 8. Bowman or. J. Hall John of Fallon Jas. H. Luc a j. Loughborough Thomas t. Grant Thomas b. Hudson Blair John Artim. Peter g. Camden John c. Rust j. C. Louderman Joseph h. Conn i r. J. N. Mcdowell a a Wal gets n. Wall sol. South b. Stick d. If. Donovan c. Case i. H. Sturgeon a Ivearl Haren we. G. Clark we. Lindsay a w. Dixon Lewis speck a. W. Fag in Matthias St Utz Alex. Kayser Joseph Jowell c. L. Tucker Peter Brooks r. W. Ulrici j. T. Dowdall. John c. Mcmurray Thomas Grey James Mccoy Solomon h. Bobbin win. J. Romu from the 1�?Tioneer, 16th. Minnesota items. Oat John s. Minor living just opposite Point Douglass thirty Miles front St. Paul says that be measured the Oats which grew upon one acre of i Field this season and the yield was sixty seven bushels. Having threshed them by treading with cattle there must hav been some three or five by hels that he did not get. His other nine acres would have yielded As much As this had not the Oats been lodged. Or. Minor think that 20 acres of Oats belonging to one of his neighbors will unquestionably average seventy by noels. Another hotel in St. contract i being made for the immediate Ere Tion of a four it Fory hotel at the Corner of St. Anthony and fort streets. Bui Bank k person will have on a mail stage Lin Efroin St. Paul to Galena to run As soon As Stea Hoating is closed by the ice. No Frost it is now the Middle of october and no Frost yet Cucumber vines Are a till fresh and bearing. Sub Marine electric wire is nearly completed for the bed of the eur Glish Channel. Were the necessary government a authorization obtained the communication might be established in less than a month. i Cable formed of Copper and Gutta Peruba is Twenty Eig tit Miles Long and within an inexpressible fraction of two inches in diameter. It is sufficiently flexible to be roiled in a ships Solil. The i vessel that is to undertake the duty of winding j off theeta tic Cord will Start from French coast. Paying out As she goes the Cable wifi sink to the j Bottom by its own weight and will gradually Bury itself in the Sam or mud the Twoey Tniemi of Quot Congress by an array of a Talis Quot of projected out to the Point where it , a will hear Down All 19 a 9��h>rient a Seguard against anchors or ship wrecks. A Malta re Al to Lri a of. A will you please to teach verse Mamma and Alten kiss and bid Good night a said Little la As he opened the door and peeped cautiously into tie chamber of his sick Mother. A i very sleepy but no one has heard a say mrs. L a was very ill indeed her attendant belie veil her to he dying. She sat propped up with her Pillow and struggling for i breath. Her lips were White her by were grow Dull and glazed. J she was a widow and Rodger was tier Only her Darling child every night he had been in i the habit of coming into her room and sitting in her Lap or kneeling by her Ante whilst she repeated passage from gods holy word or repeated stories of the Wise and Good men spoken of in its pages. Paul next saturday i a cd a u�1y who a watching Beof All tie Onle in e Quoter a your dear Mother a too ill to a hear you As she Sai l this she came Forward and a Laid her hand gently upon Hiarm a if she would Lead him from the room. Rodger began to of a if his heart would break. Rapid cat Rall. We Are requested to Eive notice that there will be a meeting in the Brick building East end of third Street St. Evening at 7 of clock p .m., of All people in Minnesota who feel an interest in the great work of improving the lower and upper rapid of the min is Ippi to choose a Delegate to attend the rapid convention in Burlington. Iowa on the 23�i of october Tfir of a Coffa Pioneer. Biology ektor have been informed of a most singular Case of animal magnetism that occurred at Northampton about a a i cannot to to bed without saying prayer a indeed i 1 the ear of the dying Mother caught the found. Although a he Hail been nearly insensible to everything transpiring around her the sob of her Darling aroused her from her stupor and turning fortnight since. A Young lady Aud gentleman to a Friend he desired her to bring her Little son for the sport of the Thimig undertook to look and Lay him on her bosom. Her request was each other out of countenance. After look Ganteil. And the Chil la Rosy Cheek and Golden ing at each other earnestly for some Lime the tica<1 nestled be Kef the Pale cold face of i Young Man West to sleep others in the room dying Mother. A Rodger son Darling the �33.060 voted All hollow at the election yesterday to authorize the City Council to subscribe $25,ms0, additional Stock to the Burlington and Peoria rail Road the vote was almost unanimous Only three being cast against the proposition. tide of migration from Illinois Indiana Ohio a. Still pours it upon us in unceasing flow. For soothe weeks past our streets have been lined with the teams and Stock of immigrants and a a be cry is a ill they come a in the whole course of our residence at this place now covering a period of thirteen i years we have seen of Large or so desirable an accession to our numbers As is now daily taking place. If proportionate numbers be making their Way among us at the other Cross ing places upon the River it would be a reasonable estimate to put Down in ,00u As the increase of our population during the present autumn. Ohio and Pennsy l ant defy to been manifested for a Day or two past among those who feel a Peculiar interest in the politics of the times to learn something More \ definite than has yet been Given to the Public touching the late elections in Ghio and Penn a Amov Toad. Kipf Lllan. News from the american exploring expedition to the i7th september 1856, a been received to the admiralty. It i transmitted by the master of the bark True love. The Perron whose Graves Are mentioned belonged to Franklin a Crew. A Davis Strait july 24,1851. A lords May it please your lordships to receive at band the oses a testimony Rocen de on the 12 of july of a he american searching vessel of the account of their Voy age in in Arch of sir John Franklin. On the 13th of september 1850, they left All the searching ves Els at Cape martyrs Cornwallis Island they not being enabled to pursue any fat Liei Westward direction from that Date. A Harbor called the assistant Harbor discovered by Cape. Ommanney three Miles a Outh of Cape martyrs was the place in selection by them to Winter n. The Bay ice was forming very Strong at that time vet the Advance and Rescue were determined to Orrcee homewards Bur. Unfortunately however a Gale sprang up and Drvol them up Wellington Channel 50 Miles and afterwards they were Frozen in. The american capt. De Haver told inc that tie Winter was very mild and that he can give no further particular respecting Sirju Ibn Franklin than the encloses account. he was it Etui mined to go to the seat of search again after having wintered and All the document i received from the admiralty and other 1 Givs to him. Memoranda. �?o1. On the23th of August 1850, Trace were town i to northward of port Innis Wellington Channel confirming those previously Foaud at Cape Riley by capt. Ommanney. These consisted of fragments of clothing Quot preserved meat to is and scraps of paper one of these bearing he name of Donald medical officer in the expedition. 2. On the 27th, capt. Penny a parties reported Graves. These were at once visited by capt. De Haven or. Penny and or. Kane. They bore respectively the names of Yvo. Braine r. M., and John Hartnell of the . And John Torrington of the terror the Date of the latest a death being the 31 of april 1846, these had but unmistakable evidences were the remains of the Observatory carpenters shop Armor Erst forge. Upon the Hill Side and were fragment of Wood Metal and clothing with stack of Emty meat tins. Everything indicated permanency and organization. There can be no doubt that the Cove Between Cape Riley and Beechy Island facing Lancaster sound was the first Winter station of the missing vessels. On the 30th of september the impervious ice of the Wellington Channel underwent a compete disruption Kaiui by the Ott several vessel penetrated to he Cornwallis Side. Such however the impenetrable character of the Packion Ca tei sound that by the 10th of september tie entire searching Squadron were again concentrated about eight Miles South of islam. This was the farthest Westing place attained by the american expedition. The latest a late trom Commodore Austin Are of the 1 Tith of set Ember. They were then in momentary expectation of making Winter quarters arid it i probable that a a mall Harbor discovered by capt. Ommanney about three Miles East of Cape martyrs will be the Haven selected. Thence the american vessel while proceeding homeward were Frozen in opposite Wellington Channel Drifting during tie ensuing Winter from latitus let of 75 25 throughout the Channel and sound of but fins Bay. Their liberation after much exposure and trial Rook place on the filth of june 151. At a South of Walsingham 65 3t> a linear Drift exceeding 1.56 mile. The commotion of the ice with it attendant uncertainty was their chief source of trial. Every officer and Man had marked did ease but no deaths have occur d. The Crews Are now refreshed an 1 the expedition is end Leo Voirin log to regain the seat of search�?1 have &.c., e. K k we surgeon to the exp edition. The London news of the 16th instant give great importance to these notes and say a a the Intel Genee of traces of 8ir John Franklin and h a companions Lias been scanner with eagerness by the Veteran Artie explorer now reposing on their laurels at Woolwich inane of them Are sanguine i tie expectation that they Mav vet have the pleasure of Wel a tuning at least the surviving portion of the Noble Crew who left Woolwich in May 145, the and a terror. It May be interesting to know that the Royal Marine whose Avis Lound. Via sergeant William Braine. Of the Woolwich division who to proceed to the Arctic Region with the exploring party although he had Only recently returned fro in service in it would he curious if the american expedition should be tie fir to to discover sir John or Bis Fate with h Isem nil. Emigration of negroes to Rev. J. Weston of Lowell mass., who a been several years a missionary in Jamaica sends the n. V. Tribune the following statement of tie reasons which he think should induce the free Negroe of the United states to emigrate to that part of the it indies rates but their names have not i. Distinction of color does not exist in Jaja we perceive from Reed a a a by of owe Exchange. That tier a Rammi to expect idiot an exciting to aeon Itthe Cwi Vnti at Burlog ton on the 23d if tit. But however much other May tear the of Mirr rets and the warmth of debate which they is calculated to elicit we h a not the least fear that the a a proven satires of Booe Utt Ereen to be Able to Wield of Lvi brag Ike a Preponderate influence in the t Noveo Mil a it to .to to All who have an interest in the i of pro Reed at of the rapids and has been and will yes he responded to by too Many thousands to Toto the lightest Hopes Lor oboe who Mav go there to defeat the objects for we Tab the Coer a whoa i to be held. It May to do ibo a res a tear or possible that men should go there Lor the purpose of thwarting the Wishe of a Fhle w to Are so deeply in seested in Thi free to ttion4 improvement but when you remember that ask fish motive Ever Hare wielded an overruling Power in the Breest of men it a hould not take Uhr so prise if men Bond be a Here with the a Ole View of throwing obstacle in the Way. Fur these person. We Hope to see a full delegation present from Thisen by and from every town and county. Let it be borne in a two that every Man who buy a dollars Worth of Good in any town above the rapid a to pay additional to t to Iii Fife a a of the to i in of then of to met tons in the Tuer. The boat charge a much higher freight to the merchant and he you May rest assure fails not to add the a be to the Price of his Good. If we Rowh Tell you the enormous sum that has Hern paid in this Way by the citizens of Iowa Wisconsin Minnesota Sylvanio. We regret exceedingly the tedious and Northern Illinois during the last five a hour of delay to which our dear friends Are Vou it Gnu a a in Ltd would if necessary subjected we know How to sympathise with if turn out to a Man to prevent so heavy a log hereafter. We belted a too. That the general them having once been a a Green a enough to bet. Government will not again turn a deaf ear to on elections but the fact is the wires work when they please Aud the operators in Illinois Seldom seem pleased to work at All. Our columns stand open night and Day to catch the news be it Good or bad. According to difference added to 01 appetite but in it fail to come we must fail to give it. The making of election Newt is out of our line decidedly a and always the the papers of the so ate appear to Hare opened their batteries upon the hydraulics of Keokuk. The re is also a special significance in the resolutions of instruction to the St Louis delegation which indicates in Advance the Fate of that Peculiar Enterprise so far As the action of the coming convention May be concerned. Our friends at the Gott deserve some Praise for a heir ingenuity and also some sympathy for their failure. The weather for a Day or two past has worn a half Way lowering and half Way hazy aspect leaving us in doubt whether to look Lor rain or Indian summer. Yesterday was rather Cool for the season. 53&Quot wonder if a your Friend of Long standing a or. Ballard of the Iowa City Republican Bethought himself of our treatise on a profane swearing a just about the time of the late Railroad convention at the capital ? the latest a or. Howell of the de Moines yrs Alley a whig proposes that the Iowa editor should hold their convention at Keokuk that Point being As usual not Only the head quartets for All things but decidedly centrals especially for Dubuque music a the St. Louis delegation it is understood will bring with them a band of musicians to keep them Lively during the trip and to regale the convention w Ith a a Concord of Sweet we Are also informed that it is the intention of the committee of arrangements to solicit the attendance of the Burlington bras band. Distance on the Brinker annihilation.�. James a Munith of 110 Lake Street Obj Venkeo certain goods from new York Nova Dat Ani it twelve not is ago and this morning they were Divot Arvd to the Eye of i customers Bee in Chicago. Adver Tiser. In two years More by Means or the Burlington and Peoria rail Road the merchants and others of this goodly City will be Able to Felicitated themselves upon the same Adran age now enjoyed by Chicago and As indicated in the above extract. Maica. The Black Man there is on a footing of perfect social and political Equality with the White Man. Hence the great Benefit socially and politically to those of our coloured population who should emigrate to Jamaica. A worthy Black Man can there mingle in the Best society without any of those disagreeable feelings s. Mennes exp i fenced Bere. And he is eligible to any office of Trust and emolument. 2. The moral condition of the Black or coloured population of Jamaica so far As observation extended 1 found comparatively speaking to be Good very Little crime is known among them. Therefore our coloured population in removing to Jamaica would find a moral atmosphere equal if net Superior to that of their own country. 3. The pecuniary condition of All who should Etc grate would he materially Beu fitted. According to the Best of recollection Only about half of the area of the Island is under cultivation. The Virgin soil can be purchaser Low. And when cultivated produces abundantly. For raising fruit arid , a Man can probably realize More Nett profit from one acre in Jamaica ban from Twenty in Thi country. There is abundance of unemployed Waer Power which could be More profitably employed in the manufactories and the arts than the same could be employed in the United stat Peculiar advantage attending the colonial Trade. 4. Though i esteem own country its Laws in some i aspects As preferable to other yet 1 can say that the Adinion strap iou arid executive of Jamaica Are Good. 5. Those of Colore population who should emigrate to Jamaica would indirectly be conferring an i appreciable Blessing on Africa and on the world. Endeavoured to Wake Bun hut could not succeed. They then became alarmed arid sent for a physician. He however succeeded no better than the rest and suggested that tie lady was the Only person that could Wake Bun. Tie waking process however was one which Ahe did not understand and the somnambulist in taken out of doors and walked about the Atrz ets and was not awakened until a late hour in the morning the main Ita Trident of this Case we Are assured a a e�1irely Correct a we have Given Syria Gula Republican. Hon. A d. Bright a struck by Pra via of i residence in Madison ind., on Friday shortly ii or dinner. He was a preside fur some moments by by the Aid of a medical attendant was restored to consciousness. Of a student of Medicine out in Michigan having courted a Girt a year and got the Mitten has turned ainu and sued her Fmaher for the Lifite a he or. Child repeat this verse after and Torget it a when father and Mother forsake. The lord n ill take tie Chad repeated it two or three time distinctly and a Aid i prayer. Then he kissed the cold Almot rigid feature before him and went quietly to i Little conch. The next morning he Sright a usual his Mother but he found her stiff and cold. This w As her last be on. He a forgotten it and probably will. He has grown to a Man a Good Man and now Yeeu pet a to of hotter and profit in Massachusetts. I Nave a lid look upon him without thinking about the Faith to beautifully exhibited by his dying Mother. A doctor returned seed to a tailor because it did not fit him. The tailor seeing the foe tor at the tuner i of one of i patient Udah doctor you Are a Happy inn. Why met asked the doctor. Because rep had the tailor you Ori or have any of your had or Ort returned on your i hands. I what climate and soil do in the was of saving comparing the following picture of cuban lilt with the life of?.s-Aclmsetu Tariu ers we can see Ieie a to work a Man would prefer to Stop on this planet a they have one Hui Nhel and eighty seven festival a Ttysthe year besides sundays in ail of ulna i they Are forbidden to work arid where they have no disposition for anything but play. They then assemble in crowds at each other a Bouse tie gathering place far each Day being arranged beforehand and spend the whole time in dancing tie Fandango drinking Etc. They Wear their swords on All occasions and ride or Horn Eback wherever they go. Even those who go to seek a Day s work Mere labourer so attire themselves and ride up with the appearance of importance and display so that they might be taken for officers of the Rainy. This description was Given in reply to a question about the disposition of the people of Cuba for a change of government and the traveller convey the impression that he Law not a symptom of any desire of even any improvement civil social or religious. All the Liberty they desire is that of living just so with their priests for their _ extraordinary death from a few Days since or. John Harris Stater of Alfred place Chatham Road visited the great excitation in hide Fark where he was allowed to it perform several pieces of music on the new piano fort invented by Broad Wood and was of enraptured by the wonderful tone of the instrument that he became so much excited that he a taken Home and placed under restraint. Symptoms of insanity subsequently Supervene and be died raving made English Jour. Affecting affecting incident occurred at the lower Market yesterday morning. A lady with a full the top of which were a couple of Ham Steak made a Purchase which required her to set her Basket on the pavement a moment. Scarcely bad she done so when # Little emaciated Giri grabbed one of the steaks and began to tar it with her Teeth the owner seized her by the shoulder when she burst out crying begging not to be Hurt saving a i Haven to had anything to eat for so Long nor Mother the lady immediately handed Ber a Quarter and told her to go and buy some bread and run Home. Rome of the bystanders added la Weir Mir in Money. A Little girl then led the Little sufferer to a bakery Karc a he could buy Aoma Ummi. The ����1,44 to Zapara Ulm let a. A a i Geo j. 11 Wallace by. Muscatine and Friend at the above Point it will be observed have appointed a goodly number of delegates to the convention and what 1? better still they will All be on hand. Dubuque has appointed Dele reached Galena too will be present with her quota. Tie Rock Island and Oquawka delegates have already been announced. We presume that Prairie Duchien will Send one or More to represent her interests and nothing but the fear of Early ice will defeat an attendance from Minnesota. The feeling All along the River in Lavor of the project is both Universal and enthusiastic and we anticipate a glorious gathering of the Choice spirits of the upper Mississippi Valley. Pleasant always affords us pleasure to receive letters such As the following. It is from a worthy Young Macban c of the flourishing town of Fairfield a a times arc now very g of. I think before Long t shall he Able to Toke a a daily i particularly interested in the Prosperity of Burlington not because i have a prs Nal interest there but because her citizens Are enterprising men Ever ready to tend their influence and their a Money Quot a to Al Ranco ant improvement that Hati result not Only in her go it gtd but in the Good of the state of which she is ultimately hound to be the a Metropolis. You May de it end on it the citizens of Fairfield and of Jefferson can y a a re in Lavor of Burlington a the great metro i Oto of complimentary to col. R. P. Morgan. A the naw yorkers recently had a grand Celebration at Greenbush on occasion of the opening of the Hudson River rail Road Between Albany and new York. Many and Able speeches were delivered by Gor. Hunt and others. From a portion of the remarks made by or. Boorman we extract the following As complimentary to col. R. P. Morgan the Able and efficient Engineer on the Burlington and Peoria rail Road. Or. Boorman in giving a history of Tia Early events connected with the Hudson River rail Road Enterprise said our petitions for Aid. It can and will Badeer to shown that the improvement is National in Ita character and that the heavy sums which the existence of these Rapio annually Cost the United states in the transportation of military stores and troops up and Down the River is qui a a it Focient to make it a matter of interest to tha government to cause them to be removed. At any rate the subject is Well worthy of our ser of attention and we do Hope that a Large delegation will be sent to the conventifrom this City. Remember the meeting this evening. A 0% Tinque excrete. Rapids cd Renu a. The proceedings of a meeting of our Citurs to appoint delegates to the rapids Convent Toa ac., will be found in our columns. Wear authorized to May that the largest delegation even sent from Muscatine will be in attendance. Very few of the delegates appointed will fail to attend and Many citizens not appointed will More than fill the vacancies. This is As it should he. Let Muscatine show her hand and prove her earnestness on this occasion. Let us go Dawn in Force armed and equipped of Knock the a a hydraulics a of Keokuk into a a cocked hat a give our Aid and countenanceurging upon Congress tha necessity of making the navigation of our great Thoro Sigmore 8 a be and free a and to Exchange court a aies with our neighbors of the goodly Young City of from the notes of preparation which we hear from All quarters we predict that the convention will be All its warmest friends could ask in interest Talent and numbers and we Hope in jesuits by e will vouch for our of Burlington that their efforts to give eclat to to the convention and to entertain the Delegate with a whole souled , will a crowned with a Rich Harvest of inc Cebu Aad enviable Fame and we promis to ail who go a a a 000# time a then there i a a thera s a Good Tim a coming boys a the Glaucus has promised us through a popular Friend the a major a to a on band at from 8 to in of clock on wednesday evening and the trip Down will be made by her gentlemanly and Liberal officers not the least note worthy incident to the occasion fare Down and Back again $2 50 who would ask it for less the delegation will meet at the mayor so be on monday evening 7 1-2, to neglect arrangements for the trip ac., a. All Are requested to a�?T�./. Rapt a new Vealier. At a Public meeting of the citizens of Fla county held at the court Hou Adavenport on the afternoon of last Friday for the Purpova of choosing delegates to attend the rapid convention to be held at Burn ten on thursday next the following were chosen with Power to fill vacancies or. Langer. A Sanders can. Weston a. C. Fulon j. Mcmanus w. Allen capt. Be in a , j. D. Burrows c. S. Whisler. A. F. Mat. Geo. Fory. C. Le-.?lie, a. We Mcgregor or Stevenson w. H. Hildreth f. Spellit Ich a a h. Goldsmith a. H. Davenport r. H. Spenser h Thompson. A Davenport ban i Quot Galena a chosen the foil it Wing person delegates to the rapids convention new Botha Dowling mayor hot in. J. P. Hoge capt drip Smith. Capt. E h. Beebe Henry Hempstead Frederick Stahi a. Carter . Douglass Benj. F. Johnson. Pork and the packing season is approaching our country readers being generally interested in the Objet would doubtless like to know something of the probable Price pork and beef will Bear Tifis fall. We should a glad were it in our Power to state with accuracy what May be expected and As this is impossible at present we must let it suffice to observe that the signs of the times indicate that both article will open at High rate a pork a particular. The Stock remaining Over Proax last year is believed to be very Light of Bacon it is extremely so and the Market has Bee gradually improving for some month of course it is useless to attempt to calculate what effect the Stringency of the Money Market scald it continue or other controlling influences map have upon the Market As it is possible a great change May take place before the commence Merit of packing operations. The general opinion now is that hogs will command 6 it a $4 to $5 per 100 lbs. And cattle $3 50 to $3 75. It is believed that the Quantity of hogs and cattle in this Section of tie a rate is Tully equal to lost year and the Quality better and heavier under favourable Ireum tan is we predict a much More extensive bunness in this City the a was done last season. The number of buyer will be increased tha facilities for slaughtering and cutting Are likewise enlarged and tha effect of High prices will be to bring out amuck larger number of hogs than usual. We shall Endeavor to keep our readers advised of tha state of the Market at All the principal peeking trl. Wave or the Scarlet thaia to meeting of the i. O. O. Of grand ledge of the United states prior to that which Baa just adjourned in this City a Selert committee was appointed of which or. Colfax of Indiana was president to prepare an appropriate prepare an honorary degree to a conferral i our wives of a Survey was ordered and the neat Winter we got Scarlet degree members of the order in our charter after Bard work. We succeeded in Taining oar subscriptions a Miurha 1.446. The Nauy waa Urga sized with a capital of three mini it it you know our history a Nee. I want to read the title of this Little Blue Book which induced to go into the work. That Book is hic Luud p morgans a Arvey of the route of the Hudson River Railroad. Go a in cur Kemble of wet Point a to find out All talented men found out Thi Engineer and introduced him to the residents of Poughkeepsie. They induced him to make the a Urvey. Let us give you the citizen of Flo Avenear Kemble of cold Spring and k. P. Morgan of Poughkeepsie to whom the Public arc indebted for the a water Effort which resulted in the of the meet important Oil Road Enterprise in the l used states of America. Muscatine. Oct. 13, 1851. Agreeably to previous notice the citizens convened at the court hot a. George Porter Wasey a ded to the chair and j. H. Wallace appointed Secretary. The object of the meeting wry a stated by the chair to be for the purpose of appointing delegates to the rapids convention to assemble at Burlington of the 23d inst. On motion. Resolved that 60 delegates be appointed. Benj Nye d r Warfield i Ziegler j b Dougherty a Farnsworth a e Sells Tlett j Bennett j g Gordon w h Miller j a Parvin a Fisher w let Fogwell ii q a a Nti Ifon g Porter a o Patterson j Xvi Tziaros h d la in suit. Nmccormick a vie Auley j wet l d Parmer. A Ogi Hrie j h Wallace j a Green j Butler. S l Foss ii t such stack g k Keeder l Bine Lite Kerman j j c Irvin tsp Hershe a by Hare j g Stein c o Waters j j hoop. D w Clover w Chambers s Foster. G 8 Branham j Bridgman j ser Fey. We Mccormick a w Bardar. W g Woodward. R i a rare w d Ament awl Monte 8 Lucas a Funk c Weed. C p Hastings c Ward f h Stone c Neally. On motion the Dele air a attend new have Power to a i a Rea Relea. On motion j g Gordon j b Dougherty 11 d la co it and Nmccormick whole scene a very touching. How few of Titos who arc enjoying the luxuries think for a Mou fut of those who Lark the necessaries of life or than Stu to the giver of All Good for Chr bounties favored �11 them a on a no. S3 Ito. Bohn Rantoul jr., of by orly Porter Chen. article in the Alt californian by col Worth estimates a he annual t by. .1 Piehi from the Gold mineat$6, 6,o0u for Many will 66 a log or nah Levi Vood Burr years the rum. The Veuia he thinks re Inex of. U. At the Reu Idt of fac City authorities of Kaw to talc and extend for Hundred of attic tin oct la. At to req onus South of. H. Der the Moui Frins. Standing. Such a degree was reported by or. Colfax last week and it is understood to have caused considerable debate. The representatives of the grand Lodge and Encampment of Northern new York were unanimously for it. Those from Southern new York were against it. A majority of those from the Northwest were for it it was however on saturday finally adopted by a vote of 47 to 37. A an Derst yid that those receiving it will a Kaosara As a tue daughter of the badge proposed will be Green and Scarlet. A fair but not a just Detroit has Many Gallant sons but Nous More so than be tag tit the Hauef Fine Art upon the fair grounds 00 thursday at an hour when the place was 00a Universal a a found himself next a very pretty Young motives who was leading a Little Giri by the hand Aad tarrying an interesting baby upon her Arm. Finding the elder child in danger of being try Dora upon by the crowd she turned towards oar military Friend and requested him with a tweet smile to take her babes what canid Hada Lata than to comply ? being invested with this Small command of info nary a commenced to eff toward the door to which tha Steps of the Mother were also tending but before it was be comply Edtha shifting surges of tha crowd bad parted them and when the outside was gained no Mother was to a found. We found our Gay Bachelor standing in full View of forty of his most charming Legate acquaintances toying the baby and crying hash Hub t in a most fatherly manner but the More he cd �1 he a the More it Stop bawling at the top of its lungs a Rhea after turning his eyes a All i rectum a a the Field a a vain search for tha missing Dame he rushed up to the entry clerk who his dilemma and anticipating i quelling cried out a a a a a lieutenant it is Loo Tate to Moke oat new entries Aad that production of Vours though doubtless very Fine must nevertheless he Tew away sorry Kwh it very. Tha detracted dry nurse and the screaming baby War next seen pushing frantically towards a lady child who were standing at a distance upon ranching them they War not the Ernes be a seek of Char test on a oct. % Liti George four our Hon have bean heard from and comb a majority a for la 12,1 6�. Thama Ilia by Beeaff will err Bim Ujma. Tha deter atm �11ia a Jan tardy a a a a maw and Twa to arts. Uni Iii

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