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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 6, 1851, Burlington, Iowa 3, Limiti a Jug Netrol in Annii Jolo Otry to a iter Antro 3lgriralte, Jill Janir arts Anil ferrai Puis of to Jap jog. By Morgan amp my Kenny. Burlington Iowa saturday september 6, 1851. Vol. 2�?no. 5. Of in a 1mt Cheekam Miot at Guayana. J Rte a a a state a a a a win a to he n. Tribune in a fir of the a a a Piferi in the Cherokee Rele be a cuban matters the Chase and search of lie l a be to follow my extract to the capture and execution of col. Crittenden and uis comrades Feu will Tio doubt receive file of the Spanish pm pen but no dependence can be placed on a to statements a the government suppresses ter thing that would look like Lailure upon Teir Side while the most Success is mag sited into the grandest achievement. What Itse fitly men were doing among the Cayes a Here they were taken is a mystery nor could or learn Vav Hethel they were armed. Some supper that they were proceeding to a Village on tie coast nearer to Havana and that they run in among the Cayes to hide from the cruisers. Thev were 6rst seen by a Fisherman who made it known to the tort when the Ilab Anero was dispatched in Pursuit of them it is said she ran the boats Down and then picked up the men hut nothing can be Learned with certainty. No communication could be had with any of the prisoners and the authorities will disclose nothing but what will answer their purposes. The poor Fellows died bravely not a sigh nor s Ai Armur nor sign of tear was betrayed by any one of them. They were led out two at a tune Ami shot from behind. One line looking fellow we was the last shot while kneeling and await tag Bis turn calmly looked on Bis butchered companions it turning his head on one Side and then on the other As though be was Only a Spectator and then turned his Bead and looked his executioners in the face while they tired. He was shot six times before he fell. After the execution they were thrown into hearses by six or eight at a time and taken away and buried. About 20.000 spectators were assembled to witness this horrid spectacle. Many of them were negroes slaves and free and possessed themselves of the hats and hoots arid portions of the clothing and fixing them on Sticks marched through the streets with curses upon the a Filli Buskeros a the a pirates a ac., ac., a com pained with Vivas for the Captain general. That Lopez had been giving them trouble there is Little doubt and that there will be plenty of hard fighting before the end of the month every one in Havana believes. Jowa Legal first number of the above work was issued from the press yesterday and is now ready for delivery. The principal articles in the present number consist of a treatise on the new code judge me lanes opinion in the half Breed Case and chief Justice Williams in the Hummer Case. The balance of the matter is made up of dec sous in various cases. As an inducement to obtain for it Breun Toi a a Peoria rail Road meeting of directory. The directors met at Peoria of the 27th ult. The Engineer col. Morgan made a report of his labors so far As they have extended and a it on his suggestion the directors established the route from Peoria to Knoxville. The route designated w ill follow the old Grade for a distance of Tome six or even mile West of Peoria do blot by rail Road Grants and rail Road conventions. We would Call attention to the article from the Dubuque Tribune. It is Well for our citizens to see the speculations and understand the motives which Are prompting the efforts of different sections of the state. The Tribune though it does not evince a special hostility towards Burtington certainly betrays no marked Quot we a a Kicka of f0r her proper qty. How of a a re inv in a Allva Ivi line 4 1/ i i _ i i r j Valley in a direct line to Knoxville passing Midway Between Farmington and Bonfield. Pro kit Sals will be received until 1st of october for the grading of the Road from Knoxville eastward to the old Grade and it was stated by tie Engineer that the Road could be put in operation Between Knoxville and Peoria in twelve months frown the present time. It was also determined to put under contract the grading of the Road from this place to Knoxville on 1st of january next provided the further Sun of $50,000 a Hall be raised on this Side the River which will of course be done i Stanter. It was further stated by the Engineer that the whole Road from Burlington to Peoria could be put into operation in eighteen months from the present time. The Only thing then necessary to secure this result is the further subscription of $50,000�?to raise which will require but a few hours of Active Effort in a Community such As ours and whose interests Are so much identified with the Success of the Enterprise. It is taken for granted that there is not a business Man among us who is in the enjoyment of any degree of Public favor and patronage who will not lend a ready and a Liberal hand to the work. Property holders both in town and country will of course see their own interest too clearly to let the matter stand in doubt a single moment for the want of Effort at their hands. The prospects before us Are certainly most encouraging the time when the w Lii it Ile of the locomotive is to be Beard among us is fixed and fixed As All w ill gladly learn at a a Enod much earlier than the most sanguine had hoped for a and it is that All May know what is necessary to be done and that they May be prompt in doing it and not that we doubt their inclination that we Lay these facts before them. The $50,000 must be raised and this fact being known the sooner the work shall be accomplished the better will it be both for our credit and our beyond the professional ranks i we take prune ii state that such is the con several gentlemen have pledged them Elve to Tidence abroad in the practicability lot each number Abst acts of the Law of of the route and such the standing and credit promissory notes and Bills of Exchange and the Law of conveyancing of descents and of Keal estate a Well As of the Node Ami time of bringing suits in All our courts As regulated and modified by the new this department cannot fail to be highly useful and instructive to business men and ought to ensure the work a very general circulation. Justices of the peace and county officers would also find it invaluable to them in the i charge of their several duties a. R.,l rail copy the up a a do Buttie Herald it beads an exit a article recently published in the i i w Ould seem to Lavor in a 5,. I. A our proposition for Roan from us a i into the Interior. The Herat. A a to gaily to see that Union is Newessa of the company even at this Early stage of its existence that offers of Iron and other facilities have already been tendered from various sources for its prosecution and upon such terms As the company May choose to make. By it is Cess a Ihu Tew a Central rail great pro Jert to itch red a n a works ugh it by the Herald i a air a Iamb Friend but Sak journal Down Mth r Lar a a it claim the paternity of the Enterprise.u9j been published and occupies a so w Hall in quarrel aha it that at present a r we a hah is a a Imo in ugh h. Rafter o refer the Doe half of the new \ Ork Herald and it my Dit on the a a beet. I Bat we Mut from it is to unite the whole mate la favor of one grand a of Tetali ii prov meat and labor for tin Ai Laminen of Gamils of Laud a it carry it to Ede i. Decor Mieko a reaper which on its first arrival at the worlds fair was compared to a a flying machine a has created a decided sensation. It is Aid that when John Bull saw the machine at work in a wheat Field he came right Down and a acknowledged the a Lead Ore of a very Fine Quality has been discovered in Delaware county n. V., on the line of the Erie Rvl Road. It is found at the by in of a Mountain five Hundred feet High which 1� said to contain also Coal and Iron. Wait la a lion Nathaniel h. Greer a a such is the question now asked by All the political quid Munct in Low a and no one seems Able to indicate his a local it was Tome time since announced in the Walters that the a a lion. Nathaniel if. Greer of Lown appointed by the chairman of the democratic National convention b. F. Hallett of Boston to fill the vacancy on the committee from by the death of sex governor Clarks a a bad been pretty extensively with other members of the committee w Ith reference to the tune and place of holding the next National convention and eliciting information As to the prospects in certain quarters of certain individuals for a certain position a. This correspondence or that which purports to be such has Page and a embraces let Ler it from All the aspirants for the presidency As Well As Varia us Sage a a suggestions a from a Good Many other geniuses. The population of Burlington taken All together Corpre scuds a pretty sweeping acquaintance throughout All Iowa yet the Eye of Man so far As we can learn hath never seen said Leer nor ear Ever before heard it May represent Public sentiment at the North we Are not prepared to say but looking at the matter in the most favourable Light we cannot see that it is intended to give us anything More than a civil hearing and then hand us Over to the dreadful doom so Long predicted for us by All the paltry politicians whose vocation it has been to manufacture local a by slandering on citizens and by All the one horse a a cities in the state whose Only claim to notoriety consuls in their ridiculous pretensions. The Tribune very kindly suggests that the Call for the convention at Iowa City shall no longer be limited to the 16 counties now named but that All the counties in the state be invited to Send delegates. Doubtful and nobody cares whether they do or not especially if it is settled in Advance As would seem to be the Case that All the counties except the original 16 Are to be voted Down. In very truth the balance of the state need not care a Fig for the proposed convention or anything which that convention May do. It was gotten up in the spirit of selfishness its views Are local not general its schemes impractical i Clef its objects nefarious and its Hopes of Success based upon intrigue and not one fourth the population of the state will be represented in that convention not one fourth the he inese wealth or population of the state would be benefited by the Grants if obtained or by the roads if constructed. We take the High ground that the majority of in people should decide this Maciei a and we hold that they will decide it ultimately let and a scared up conventions As they May. A donation of lands is a very Uncertain event Ardler the very Best state of affairs and we consider it absolutely certain that no donation can be hoped Lor so Long As seven tenths of our people Are to be excluded from the Benefit of such donation. A Plau of Union of co pc ration has been tendered to All to so a plan which would be general and not partial in its benefits a plan which would accommodate the wants and promote the interests of the whole people of the slate and a plan which would require no More land to carry it Forward to successful i completion than the wild and hair brai Iier a scheme Winn is now on foot and which is projected the deserts and not through the Grain growing hog driving and cattle grazing portions of the stale. Of the managers 1 Chiel Cooks and bottle washers of the october convention shall adopt this plan Well Good a feeling will prevail throughout our Border and our delegation in Congress can in concert and with a Clear conscience and we May All look Forward with some degree of Hope. But without this Union without the Appeal shall be made in the name and for the Benefit of the whole people our delegation cannot with Unity or efficiency and would probably find it quite As expedient not to at All. Parso is supposed to have heard of Parson Brownlow. He is a preacher of the gospel Andes lit or of a sound whig paper in Knoxville Tennessee. He is equally expert in Tho pulpit at the hustings and in the editorial chair and we have heard it gently intimated that the Parson was a mighty ready Man with his hands in a fight. We know him to be one of the most free of Oken men in the country and we know too that when he has been assailed by persons who Felt themselves aggrieved by his Anima versions he has always defended himself with great a pint and Resolution and generally changed the face of the War by carrying it into the enemy a country. He averages about three fights a year but we Are not aware that he has Ever been the aggressor. In one instance a Ruffian attempted to Assa i Nale him commencing the attack with a big bludgeon and following it up with fire arms inks ac., hut the Parson got the better of him after a desperate struggle. Recently he was charged by a contemporary with having been convicted of a libel and fined $5. He admits the conviction and says the judge died a drunkard and the complainant a maniac. He goes on to state that the attorney general who sent the Bill of indictment before the grand jury was since disgraced in an affair of Honor with a High minded gentleman. One of the jurors died in the Woods drunk and hurried off to join the judge and Parson where parting is no More. A bother of these jurors was afterwards sent to the Penitentiary for three years for breaking into store after night a third left Carolina to avoid a prosecution for forgery while another left that stale to avoid an indictment for perjury. This is what the scripture would Call living to see ones Eua inies put under ones feet a Buffalo com. Id. New London Chester co., a. August 18. Tuesday morning september Bissi. I correspondence of full Tel Grafa. Church struck by lightning and the minister sail and pair Nul Accident occurred yesterday afternoon about 4 of clock during a Thunder storm which passed Over this place. The Rev. Janas Bissey had just Cone lulled an excellent and eloquent Sermon in the me Thodis Church when the lightning struck the building killing the reverend gentleman in the Pup it and stunning a everal of the congregation. One Young Man it was thought had been killed also but after considerable exertion on the part of thos or a he w As restored to consciousness. No damage War done to the building except the breaking of a me a a a of the windows. The lightning to t \ the Chimney situated on the Side of the leu Fng. The pulpit stood at right angles Witt r Kinney near one end after closing Gnu a. Tie reverend gentle Man was leaning on the Bible when the fluid dec ended. Every a version was a de to resuscitate him. Hut the vital Park had fled. Truly a in the midst of life we Are in he leaves a wife and one or two children to Nourn his loss. From the Dubuque Tribune. Iowa City convey Iione a sure lion. We beg to suggest to our Iowa City friends who have called a Railroad convention to assemble in that City on the 14>h of october the injury whether it would not be better to in Laige the tei is of their Call so As to a Erin it delegates from All parts of the state to participate in the proceedings. As at present , but 16 counties Are embraced in tie Call. Although this include All through which it has yet been proposed to run Viluer of the two named roads yet we can see no objection to permitting every other county m the state to. A have a voice of the occasion. The mtg tests to his High sounding title within the Broad Hunts of j but. Ducu ised Are Thilk that tins High pressure Commonwealth. Hence their those localities even which feel that they have is a vague impression resting upon the minds of our unsophisticated citizens that there is a decided Streak of a Moon hoax m this matter a tac religious tampering with our Republican credulity a coming of the a a Giraffe Over those a a illustrious a individuals the would be pies Roll Especial loss or gain to arise from the decision will be far More secure in the end of obtaining w Bat they de ire than though they should endeavour to carry out w hat would seen like an exclusive arrangement which though not so intended could easily be construed into an attempt to secure an advantage Over the a Ance cio�rn.�?t1�e lond office at ult Mia for the Sale of the pcs Mones River lands will be closed until the 12th of september next. The Story which Morgan of the Telegraph Perpe Nici Njo a the Roper Mien Den i is not True. What old hash Eric have fur playing their jokes ipe East a other. Morgan you must be More Cir Eai bisect towards your Buque sex. We have a Little son seven years old a next Gros a who says he will a put or. Merritt through Foi talking so about Bis a. Things ext Ihl Crystal this is a return of things lost in the Crystal Palace which were delivered Over to the to ice Between the 1st of May and the 1st of july and were at that Dale still unclaimed by their owners �?o271 hinder chiefs 55 bracelets 183 Broodie. 1 8 parasol. 87 shawl pins 4 Bonnet shades to silk umbrellas and 9 Cotton. 46 veils and Falls 2 shirt studs. 67 catalogues and other books. 35 Bunches of keys. 44 neck ties 1 pair of slippers j la ladies cuff. 1 pendulum. 2 Coats 3 card eases. J 13 Breguet and other chains. 8 knives 3 pin j Cushion. 28 pair of gloves 35 walking Sticks 1 10 pair of a Pericles 12 Eye glad a. 16 a Enci i Case umbrella cases. 1 pair of Trolo Hes 8 pickets. 3 Camp stools. 15 Victor Mes. 6 rings. 3 j Lah i Silver watch and guard i opera Glass. 2 tooth picks. 1 thimble. 30 ridicules and baskets 14 shawls 2 boxes. I Petticoat. 2 Carpenter s ruler. 1 prussian five Dollar note. 3 scent bottles 2 pure v. 1 ditto is ditto 2� 7d i ditto 2� fid. 1 �5 9� 21, 1 ditto 5d, i a Iitto i id. 1 ditto 6 cd 3 empty do Cash found a2 10� l-2d. The Ges. Lopez. We copy the following from the correspondence of the new York Tribune Havana. Aug. 16. To nor Virtor or the or York Taiara to by we have beet rally la a a Bear the Wiafe i 1 Kra a in de that a a a a a in. Auu eigg Phi Hajj Soled. Earp i a it in Remer y. Lur Are run ten a a opt pitied they Eti the cat. A if Taipei. M us <4 i a m. Tor a pure dec of return a a to hew dark Uma Asa Wue taken n the cd a by Tae Iden a Liau iwo it which had so a army a a i n a. To v were a hot this morning. At 11 k. Near the flt it Ater. It i Saad ? i Jet a xxv hat been j<>5nod by per tie of it at be has bees in it it to main Tam him-�?�fax4iti�?~t it a Tiern and Fri to it put a it Ltd to him but or a a nne it be a depended a Rte. The ave for whom Tai sir oth Eba Lara Uuie. Ore a a a Fry to of Una Why 4 the tip War pm frit a Mia in Noti. Wit Irb Luv been a bed to it Lay. It Quot Rente Satry a ,.u Haa inured the Best add ipod strangers Here a Wilbir bravery will be a a a f Rte in f Crit Londrew a hot with to fifty two a this morning i Beni. A. Nep few of Roemary Kitten Lesi in were Iet pid up a the pen a a or in to Asting to i to us a fsr Evora the and a Tagu Ning Bow Taulty ujan a aft re the e opt Abouo j. R r c _ i a a a a i. Slate by unfair Means. Should the Dele . Of the i. daring attempt to make Hom come i he a. Current a a a political Roorback to the Del Iuie Iii i an agreement in regard to their own j interests in the prob Llsms tag it of other counties not represented might choose to consider that they possessed an interest at variance with that of the citizens of the 16, and in consequence take such Steps As would prevent aug application for land being favourably considered. One thing we look upon As certain if the j friends of the two roads named in the Iowa City i Call can afford to risk the opposition of the remaining counties of the state outside of and subsequent to the proposed convention they can Well afford to risk All Itiat they might say or a in a if participating in the convention. Oar friends of the Burlington telegu aph Sug that Chi Grey a a Bould be asked for a Grant of Hiel to a a 1 railroads Westward Iron Keokuk. Burlington music Dine Davenport and Dubai que to fort Des . This looks too much like the Elmoi we believe if i ought before a convention of the we Quot a state and freely discuss us would be voted Down. Sti l. We conceive it would be better to Lei the have a hearing arid if their View were overruled let them be overruled in a fair and open Mam or. Then they could raise no just exception to any memo. Ial that the convention might Sanction. We would like to hear the vie a of our Iowa City contemporaries upon tin a Ujj As Well As the View of any other pre.-e-. Which choose to Advance an opinion. Interested As All Are. In a greater or less degree All should have a share of their attention to the subject. It is not j possible that a Grant can be obtained to Buiu a Railroad from or to Tow in i the state and if reasonable Courtesy and consideration shall a be observed in the premises we Are confide it j that a scheme can bed Vised Winch w ill be generally acceptable and beneficial a on w hich our delegation in Congress can unite harmoniously and which Congress vill Grant. And Chagrin of a a the in terrified a or As it it has been More emphatically characterized by one of our Pennsylvania friends a a a Iam hum Mimbu tie Channel through which this a correspondence a has found it Way to the world is pretty fair Prima Facia evidence of the imaginary existence of the a a Hon. As col. Paul of the capital reporter is one of the a a victims in the Greer epistolary line perhaps he can give j us an inkling As to the who ology and where i about of this modern a a death or Henry Starr e q or Henry Burr Esq. An old and distinguished member of the Cincinnati bar Ami widely known throughout the West died at the residence of his Nephew Henry w. Starr Esq. In this City on saturday morning last after an illness of a ome three weeks. Every respect due to his High character and every kindness it due to the excellence of his nature were shown it him throughout his illness by a Large Circle of friends and acquaintances. He died in the Hope and Laititi in which he had lived. His funeral took place yesterday afternoon and was largely. Attended. He was it his 67th year. _ gov. Hunt of new York has offered a Reward of $5u0 Lor the arrest of any of the anti rent indians who dragged Squire Shaw from i House a few nights since and nearly killed him. Taking a other morning there might have been seen on Sycamore Street two Young by Hoys from the country intently gazing at a sign in front of a Well known bathing establishment which read thus a warm cold and Salt Baths. A after sundry significant look at each other and to the a Aloon Tivey both posted he a look Here landlord a said one a a can to you give a warm one at Ween us a alter that if it a uitus Well take another a a a certainly a replied the polite keeper who re tried immediately to prepare the Bath. A fall read a exclaimed the proprietor As he came out of the room. The customers entered together and the door was closed after them. After wailing rather an unus Ual length of time and hearing nothing like bathing operations going on the keeper applied his Eye to i he key Hole to Sec How they were occupying themselves. To his amusement they were a Landing the tub. Occasionally dipping their lingers into the water and then applying them to Tongue accompanied with searching glances at each other and the tub in particular. Alter occupying Heinz elves in this manner Fot some time with via the sign of growing impatience one of them tap get ind la 1 the door. The keeper obeyed the summons Ami entered the room. A look Here a eagerly inquired one a a ainu to it pretty near ready a a Why yes there it is a said the Man pointing to the a by Golly Yon done to calculate we two Are going to eat All that Broth do Yout a Why gentlemen that a to Wash .�?� a to what ainu to tin a tavern a a a this is a Bath House a rejoined tie keeper a and gentlemen come Here to Bathe or Wash a a a Suoja Thunder in your Duck puddle team the Miami Ain t Day a indignantly exclaimed the a it it key Inan and off they went in High dudgeon i search of More dainties. A Cincinnati nonpareil. The use or of standing in any Lear of a generous consumption of Ripe fruits we regard them As positively conducive to health. Tie very maladies commonly assumed to have had their origin in a free use of a ides peaches cherries melons and wild berries Lave been quite a prevalent if not equally destructive in seasons of Security. There Are to Many erroneous notions entertained of the bad effects of fruit that it is quite time a counter acing impression should be promulgated having its foundation in common sense Ami based upon the common observation of the intelligent. We have no patience to Reading the endless roles to be observed in this particular department of i physical Comfort. No one we imagine Ever ived longer or Freer from the paroxysms of disease by discarding the delicious fruits of the lands in finds a Home. On the contrary they Are necessary to the preservation of health and therefore canned to make their appearance at the very Tim when the condition of the body operated upon by deteriorating cause not i was understood requires their grateful renovating Horton med. And sur. Jour. Burlington k Peoria bail Road. We yesterday gave account of the proceedings at the recent meeting of the directors of this company and of the encouragement its friends May reasonably feel both from the report of tie Engineer and the inducement extended to it by capitalists and dealers in Iron and of her requisites for its Early completion. The great importance of this Road to the future pros it Erity of our City is now too Well under Tood by All to require any additional from us. There is not a Man of business among us we presume that is not thoroughly convinced that the Iwu Piatt completion of this Road will secure to us advantages of Trade and travel far beyond prot tent computation. To such it May be unnecessary to say that the present moment is All important is. In truth Aeri tir in the history of Burlington. Delays Are at Ali time danger our in the establishment of new route for tie Trade and travel of a country increasing so rapidly As ours they Are doubly so. We should doubtless be cautious circumspect in our investigations of the probable results of any improvements we undertaken we should Endeavor to avoid any useless expenditure of our Means in useless and visionary speculations but when we have determined that a Public improvement will not Only pay but Asiu this Case is an absolute essential to the full measure of our growth and Prosperity it seems to us that we should at once a put our shoulders to the wheel and urge the matter to its earliest possible completion even at the expense of some present sacrifice Burlington and Des county have already subscribed liberally to this Road but both can and should at the present juncture do More. Liberal As we have been it is still our interest As it undoubtedly is an inclination to give it further assistance. The Only question is a to time it should be done at once. Our imme Diate Aid is now required. By ing promptly we May obtain the Road a year or two earlier than by waiting even so Short a period As a month. If any one will take the trouble to compute Bow much our City would increase within owe year after we shall have secured a direct rail Road communication with the East and the South How much greater our population would become How the the demand for All kinds of Trade of labor of machinery would expand with almost miraculous rapidity be will Hen be Able to say with something like certainty How very important it is that our subscriptions to the Stock of this Road should at once be ten died and that too in such form of would make them available now. Let All then be up and doing not merely because we would have Burlington always the first City in the state but also because we shall thus ensure our own highest and mgt it lasting interests. It a. From a latter Date Havana aug. 17, which a it ears in the St Louis Union of saturday some doubts seem to be entertained As to the coi Lect ass of the account Given by the cuban authorities of the execution of cot. Cut Truea on the 16th. The american coils a at Havana is severely censured for refusing to ask permission of the Captain general to visit the prisoners previous to the consummation of the fatal tragedy that he might convey their dying wishes to their Friend. Admiral by Utilio a Noble spaniard opposed their execution and advised their imprisonment until the difficulties were Over to be then conveyed to this country. The Spanish general Enna was reported on the 16th, surrounded by the forces of Lopez and by some that he was taken prisoner. One Hundred arid 1�tty americans were said to have been shot at Bahia Honda fifteen of them on the Spani a Steamer Pizarro in cold blood. From thirty to fifty wounded were detained on Board the Steamer Almendars whom it was proposed to cure and Send Home. Cedi Lily judge. Hon. Charles Mason who has been for last six or seven week in tie Eastern cities on business connected with the Peoria Oquawka rail Road company arrived at Home on saturday last and was yesterday duly qualified As judge of Des county. As judge Mason was one of the commissioners who prepared a a the code a we suppose that he will be Able to determine most of the perplexing questions which have been suggesting them elves to the Public since the August election to the entire satisfaction of All parties. Near Pittsburg aug. 16, 1851. Messes. Editor if i mistake not i took learn of you at Chicago and took leave of Chicago on wednesday evening on Tbs magnificent and new Steamer the Arctic. This is a boat As is a boat a a perfect Model All elegance Beauty swiftness and safety. She is not As la Geas some of the other boats on the Lake. There was a splendid band of music on Board and they discoursed some of their most delightful strains. A Beautiful Moon it Lake a soft and Balmy atmosphere pleasant company a Noble ship and a sumptuous supper All conspired to Render the trip across Lake Michigan a delightful one. Arrived at new Buffalo we took the cars for Detroit and after a ride of some sixteen hours including a break Down which detained us three hours with nobody Hurt and Little damage we arrived at the said City of Detroit. In crossing Michigan we passed through a Good Many Small towns none of them remarkable for Beauty or visible popularity. The trip on the m. C. Is not very Well calculated to impress a stranger with a favourable idea of that state. Indeed from a variety of circumstances among which is that of the Railroad conspirators have Given it rather a bad odor in other portions of the country. At Detroit my travelling companion g., left me for Buffalo in that Queen of steamers the Mayflower. The Keystone state was just leaving at the some time for Dunkirk. She is not inferior to any boat on the lakes. 1 spent a few hours in viewing the pity and was much pleased with its general appearance of elegance and activity. The travel through these cities gives them their great vitality. In the evening i left on the southerner for Cleveland and upon awaking in the morning after a pleasant night repose the Beautiful Forest City appeared in the distance. To All travellers who wish to see the most Beautiful City in the coun try i would say visit Cleveland. The hotels Art elegant and among them the american stands no. 1. I met on fellow townsman Crocker there and he took me in his Carriage All Over the City and out into the country. Y of May form some idea of the elegance of the place when i Tell Yon that Euclid Street for at least two Miles out is one succession of Park and palaces. The churches Are very Large and handsome and other buildings magnificent. If the i habitats of Burlington should generally see the Beauty of cute Leland for themselves they would lose no time it seems to me in setting out Shade and ornamental times anti in planting Flowers and shrubbery. In the Central portions of the City there Are some Beautiful Parks which Ald much to the attractiveness of the place. Burlington Mav be made As Beautiful As Cleveland. Ohio City on the opposite Side is quite a flourishing place of 5 or 6tek inhabitants. Both Cit a i will be United into one when it will contain above 30.060 people. With regret i left the Forrest City by Railroad to Ravenna thence by stage to Warren Thenee by Lanai packet to Beaver on the Ohio and am now on a Steamboat for Pittsburg. Variety is the a pice of life. We passed through from Cleveland the Western Reserve and it is a Beautiful portion of the state. There Are a Good Many peaches in it it Section and 1 regaled myself with some of them. G. Triples. A Otoo l Way intercept in a an a a in by inject a men a Pun pro Owr a e the Lite within the Frame. Or Zapun Tab the same. A Grain of Sand of n the a i tit. May Rob a giant of Bis might t or Nerdi pm int lot ont Uit to Reata. And make a banquet meal Ion Dante. How often Ata Magie word the heart with agony tax unread. Aad Una that year coaids not bar Rivea. Are scattered to the wind of bearer. A glance that looks what ups would a Peak. Will a peed the pain and Branch to Becek Aad thoughts nor looked Doc Yel sex create a Chaus in tha Bra ate. A a mile of Hope from thua we kit a May to an an get from above a whispered Welcome in our eare be As the Matte of the sphere. Tea premure of a gentle band Worth All that glitters in lbs in of Tri Dee Are not what they Are. But Furtado s ruling voice and tear. Bal Timora aug 20, 1851. Government precautions against Cuba Exi edit Ion Erom new Orleans �?tbe. No Uther mail has arrived Wilh intelligence that schemes of by gone years and j government orders have he in re River at new Quot a. Of leans to enforce strictly the neutrality Laws against the cuban invaders. P in United states Cutter Duane has been Amie de Felt pm the Southwest Pas to fort Jackson it prohibit All vessels from going out without clearance. A number of Young men. From the Western states i new or lean.�, a e negotiating for a Steamer to take them to Cuba. Havy rain fell at Richmond on monday by which the crops was somewhat injured. Judge w Wilkinson published a Long reply j to a letter of inquiry from general Foote in which he take derided ground that for missis i Sippi to meet South Carolina or any of her state alone in convention would be an abortive Ami useless procedure. He think such a step in discreet. Becue in eco operation cannot b it a be . He however would be for a Southern Congress could the state fat a United in it. The National intelligencer states that sir Henry Buwei the British minister to the l pulled slates has Only gone on a visit to Lon Don and exp. Cts to return to the United state verely chastised for their exceedingly a preen More abot t the butchery. The follow i in for the pen of an Eye witness a correspondent of the new York Herald. I am too much affected to Wiite to you More than to say that i have this Day been witness to one of tie most brutal arts of Wanton inhumanity Ever it or Petra try in the annals of history. Not Content this government in revenging them eyes in t he death of the a unfortunate and. Perhaps misguided men ant which it May even be said was brought upon themselves but these Spanish authorities deserve to be most be Early in november. In Bis absence j. F. Cram ton Esq., Secretary of legation is charged with the affairs of the Mission. Piama Slaughter Buie at the Edge of the City it it a the in Lank Iliad is an Uldera Bie i. Keokuk Depatch. Q site As Likely your a pc Hyp is a nuisance to the Slaughter House. Can to Hurt your Plank Road any How that has too bad a cold to �.el. Much Post master Gen. Has 4 a a Quot oof trued the Post ochre at Green Bay Des Koine county lows. A a or the Disabel abilities of the a few Day ago obeying the member of a family not far from his locality truly a i Gular what will the medical faculty think of the following which was relat a to us Yvo Truay is an undoubted fact by Oue of the oldest Ami most respectable citizens of the state during the prevalence of the Coleii thru season a for Ptg of a peace Loving disposition we a Rote a follow a a Gaia a and do by Are Are pitching Inte each a ter a a Ruaud rate each place Ria icing Pree Aai. A the natural feint f the Metropolis of the it is sex eed Inyim so Ngala Iba on Udo t so a us a a in it Peutz a nth no another. In or a a a Tene a he Muu Fach a a. A ibid Hmyt Tuduy the Tow eone a in a that neither Piata to a Voll a inuit be. To Herald in republishing the article run d la As Quot Gamma ask do lies or. Ara ditch of into each a Luumi pm a Mil Pate Cui taiga wre Tau a Tho Ratanu Point sur the of to Wihs a it it exceedingly Fisaga at tha a mail be at Paace with urn aim Tiff. Per of abet read lab 6ks, mute Mev in Fly Liane it. That neither place Worth quarrel to Good people of Dubuque to be a a us when a any that Ilia Herald or a uttered a a and Ovan Ted a a in a Aso it a a foul a Dir re no Marmar and ought to be arrest 1 it Kuisk. Was suddenly taken Down with the most violent symptoms of incipient Asiatic cholera. The collapsed stage of the Dis rate soon succeeded and in a few hour the victim was a Corpse. In a Day or two after another member of the family was taken and shared the same Fate and thus the Fhi destroyer proceeded until six members of the Tamo family were to signed to the to oin of their Mother Earth. What is remark Able about the Shore is tha three of these j victims died whilst staying at a great distance in Theeo until whence they bad gone for Security a Atra bed on which one of them died was taken out and emptied of its contents a number of bog belonging to the farm be had themselves in the Straw and a Range to say eve try one died. They numbered in Alt we do not recollect an instance of malignancy in disease More striking or terrible than la a foe to it press. Ftp of Ca a Roan son of the late Jas Crowford of this City Lias been appointed midshipman to the nary. The naval school at an Fiat tit will be in place of destination in tins a ointment the second District of Iowa Iii be Well represent j of uth put a Jin Aid. A ill be conduct in permitting the desecration As they Lave done of the senseless Clay of our Brave countrymen. This morning. Forty americans one italian four Liili one Phillippse islander one scotch two a Vanrens and two germans or hungarians were shot at 11 of clock after which the troops were ordered to retire and some hurl reds of the very vilest rabble and negroes hired for the put pro a commenced a tripping the it Lead a holier mutilating their limbs tearing out their a yes cutting off Thair nose and fit get of Ami ome of the poor Lellous private these wretches Bro to to the City on a ticket Ami Parade them under the very Walls of the Palace. Of tha very remembrance of the right is frightful. 1 never saw men and 1 could scarcely have Tup nosed it possible conduct themselves at such an awful moment with the Torti Tuda these men displayed under Sueb trying circumstances. They were shot six at a time t. T. Waive were brought to the place of execution six made to Kneel Down and receive the fire of the soldiers after which the in training six were made to walk round their dead comrades and knew opposite to them when they also were abut. Alter being stripped Ami Thier bodies mutilated in the barbarous manner i have described they were shoved six or a eve together bound As they were into hearses which were us and last year for cholera Case. No coffin were allowed them and i think the manner they were put into hearses was equally As disgusting As their other acts the head of some were almost dragging on the ground and it had my re Thaap or Aratee of a Slaughter Eart on its Way to mar at fro in Tho at Aughter House than list of a bears conveying the dead bodies of Huaian beings. Xii a French Prince being told that the poor in Paris were dying of Slan ratio a Sal a what silly Paola Bairoa id starve i d eat Browa bread and "�?t"1 v a 1 i 11 r7"politeot5s in kind1 a Prev cd. A. Fanklin a is said the doctor made the following offer to a Young Man a a make a full estimate of All you owe and All that is owing to you. As last As you can collect and pay Over to those you owe. If you cannot renew your my every Yeai and get the Best Securi \ you can. Go to business Kiili gently and be Imit serious waste no Idle to motts be very economical in All things discard All Pride to get a ail Ful in your duty to i be regular and Hearty in prayer morning Ami night attend Church and meeting every Sumray and do unto All Luiei As they do unto you. If you Are too needy in cecum Sauca to give to the a Oor do whatever else is in your Powar for them cheerful. But if you can help the poor and unfortunate pursue this Conre a Illigert by and sincerely for seven years and if you Are not Happy and comfortable and Independent in your circumstances come to me and 1 will pay your debts in Young people try it. A Comet endangering the a Southey in his a a common place Book a relates that in a. D., 17j2, it unison predicted that the Comet would appear on wednesday j4fh october at fire minutes after five in the morning air a that the world would a destroyed by fire on the Friday following. His reputation was High and the Comet appeared. A number of persons got into boats and barges on the thames think my that the safest place. South sea and India Stork fell. A Captain of a dutch a hip threw All his info Ali River hat the ship might not be endangered. At noon after the Comet had appeared it is said that More than one Hundred clergymen were ferried Over to Lambeth to request that proper prayers might be prepared there being none in lie Church service. People believed that the Day of judgment was at hand and some acted on this belief As if some temporary evil was expected. On thursday More than 7,000 kept mistress a were Public Rev married. There was a Pray Gigious run kept on the Bank sir Gilbert Heathcote at that time head director issued orders to All the fire off leers m Landor directing them to keep a Good Lookout and have a particular Eye on the Bank of England. A a husband dear ladies is one of the Moat manageable of beasts. He has an instinctive disposition to Bitch on with some tender bit of creation and Lov bar As Wall Ash can any other aurthly being. But be feels a kind of lordly majesty and lofty superiority which incline him to love Paroni singly and to expect tha mos ardent Devotion in return. A can to Bear that the wife should a time or even appear to be master of his great self and yet with a Little of woman a keen wit and shrewd Rosa he can be managed like a puppet and never dream All tha while that a is the slave and not to master. Barnum our exchanges say has purchased tha right to the a a tire jnnihilator31 for this country and will shortly give a grand representation of the burning of a House to be extinguished by it. We Hope he will Send a few of them in this direction. Ctr Prev. Asa Shinn Long a prominent minister in the meth Siut episcopal Church and particularly conspicuous in the controversy which established the methodist protestant Church South with w hich he Side a is now in the Vermont Lunatic Asylum at Bratte Leboro. The Muscatine journal states that another of the children drowned in Papoose Creek at the time of the late flood was found three Miles below that City on thursday Maruit of last week. The Davenport Banner says that a Thomas Kitchie Esq. Is talked of As the democratic candidate for governor of wonder who the gentleman is a Man named Richard Jones was found in the Illinois River drowned about a mile below Chillicothe Peoria county on tuesday of lost week. The Peoria Republican says the new Constitution of Indiana has been adopted by a majority of about 65000. Goon a the printers a re talking of Croe Tinga Inonu met to the late Mai. M. M. Nuth la naw Turk Ledger. Let it be done and not talked about he deserves it. _ from the democratic in queer of Muscatine we see that Quot mount for aral is or Sale. Can our neighbor inform us whether it commands a Good View of a Canaan a if it a does we know who will make a Good bid for it. Cuban was to have been a cuban mass meeting at to court House in St. Louis on saturday last. London at . , in one Ollus recent letters to the new York Tribune a of a w King Home from a Soiree at the West end through Regent Street. Hav Narket and the strand once at Midnight 1 was a truck though accustomed to ail manner of late hours in new York with the relative activity and wide awake is Peot of London at that hour. It seemed the High a change of revelry and a exp ure seeking. Tie taverns the clubs Aud dry King shops betrayed no symptoms of drowsiness the theatre were barely beginning to Emit their jaded multitudes the cabs and private carriages were More plentiful than by Day Ami were briskly Wheeling hundreds from party to party even the omnibuses rattled Down the wide streets As freshly and almost As numerous by As at midday. Tbs policemen were Alert on nearly every Comer a Harju ers and suspicious characters stepped nimbly about the Cross Street in quest of prey and innumerable wreck of womanhood. God pity them i �1 e i a deeper darkness to the a hades a and Dusky Lane arid by ways whence they Momenthy emerged to Salute the passer by. Beneath the a helter of night misery stole up from the squalid Lair no longer Joel by the police to beseech the compassion of the stranger and pour its tale of to and suffering into the rarely willing ear. Serene and Silvery in the Clear night air Rose the full Mooon Over Southwark shedding a Sott Ard Mellow Light on pillar and edifice column and spire Ard en-luir.the Placid bosom of the thames with a tranquil and spiritual Beauty. Such was the glimpse of London it Midnight i have not seen it so impressive by Day. .4 Beautiful a a Beautiful Aiea of the wife of an Irish schoolmaster who while poor Hia self bad Given gratuitous instructions to poor scholars but when increase in worldly goods began to think that be could not afford to give his service for nothing a ooh. James done to say the like no that. Said the gentle hearted woman a a a Long to a poor scholar never copies into the House that 1 done to feel As if he brought fresh air from heaven with him. I never miss the bit i give them my heart warms to the soft homely sound of their Bare feet on the floor and the door almost opens itself to let them come Western eloquence of Western lawyers is much noted and the following specimen will give the Reader a tolerable idea of the appeals sometimes Mado to the Occidental juries a May it please the court an i gentlemen of the jury. 1 feel gentlemen to at although 1 am a Good a Leal smarter than any of you or even the Learned judge upon the Bench i am wholly in competent to present this Ere Case in that magnanimous arum heart rending Light which the importance of the subject demand. My opponent upon the other Side gentlemen. Will to doubt Endeavor to throw dust in your eyes. He will Tell you that his client is a Man of function a Man of unimpeachable voracity a Man who would scorn to Lotch an action agin a other merely to gratify his personal Cor Orosi to but gentlemen of the jury let me Retreat of you to beware of All spacious reasoning like this. I myself apprehend gentlemen that if that Many a heart could be seen and the Inutile Power that propelled him to bring this suit could be Ann ii Zap a such a spirit of moral turpentine Aud heart Felt ingratitude Rouhi be brought to View As was never before exhibited Siace tie Falls of Siam Ara gentlemen of the jury Here is my client who has a numerous Wile and cd Ihlen dependent upon him for their daily bread and butter with posts wantonly and egg ominously brought up arranged before an intellectual jury on a charge of hooking yes Mark the ides gentlemen of hooking six quarts sour Ader you gentlemen Al of you have Wen placed in the same situation and know How to feel tor the misfortunes of my heart broken client. The Law Bea. From Wihib Gavai s is a Gar Jelf is. a a i a to m mar air Raa Tiv Rock. If was Roa Creff at Mai a hat Tho f just 4m Boca me was to to executed to Tae pc Ottea in morning. The pm bit Ltd a Ltd a first be eve tin sentence would no carried into effect so soon a rut the or Len sent to the Ltd to a a and Tho revelation of Tho employee of he pvt a proved that the Rumor was wait Loanda. Friday a e Market Day and the inhabit ends of Tho adjacent villages who attended it eagerly spread the important news on their return he mat at six of clock in Friday morning. The Dif a or of the prison of Moos went to the Chi of Tho condemned and announced to him that Hie Appeal to and been rejected by the court of cae Sadioa count de hoc a r me was plunged into stupefaction on hearing ibis. A if is impossible to ejaculated. Aud it was observed that Tho blood Rihei to his temples and that Bis lace ordinarily Palm became excessively red. Alter a pail a of so in moment be began to speak of i petition to the King for Paiden. The director told him that be Hod Little to expect from i that Quarter. A straight Waise oot was then put j on Bun and be was left under a he car of three turnkey who hat been charged to watch him since his Candes mation. J after a a Tull tha condemned asked to see tha procure or do Roi. That Fonnet Morvary went to the prison at eight o clock and read to him Tho judgment of the court of Cassa Ion by which Bis Appeal was rejected and the Day and born of his execution fixed. The count received the horrible intelligence Wilh the most perfect Calm a a i Only Ash one thing a said hot Thap it of cursor do rot a and that is that you take care a hat tha fatal knife to j thoroughly sharpened. I have read that a certain execution Tea knife bail to be dropped several times because it was not Sharp enough and the very thought of that makes so the procurer Dur i promised to comply i with what be considered the lost wish of a dying Man. added that Tho condemned had now nothing else to do o it Earth than occupy himself with the salvation of Bis soul. A a that a said the count a via tha affair of % a the abbe Andre chaplain of the prison and the Abb Deschamps Dean of St. Wandrus Ware sent for. The latter was accompanied by the archbishop of Cincinnati to Par Tibu who is distantly a slated to Tea Ocarma family. The count was Felt alone with tha archbishop but in spite of the prelate a exhort Itoe a refused to confess. Tins was about no Ddai it was resolved to leave Bun for a time to i own reflections. At one Stelock he esked Lor dinner. A Bam a of soup a fowl and some cauliflower. T ,. Supply a a. In compliance w to his request a r expressively declares gentlemen in the Che met Erpf afterwards brought and uti Fol language of she a a Peare that where r att the a King asked Euclid the mathematician whether he could not explain his Art to Bun in a Moie compendious manner he was answered that 1b�r was no Roval Way to geometry. Other things May be Eneix Eddy might or purchased with Mouay but a Owten Tigai to i a gained Oaly by Storly an4 study to be pose ruled Only in retirement. F tie St. Lotu Union says that a dispatch was received in that City irom the Secretary of the a cuban committee a dated 29th August stating that a Force of two thousand men is now gather it Al new Orleans ready to invade Cuba and calling on St. Louts to contribute Money for their transportation. A tid is Muscat int a banking end Exchange Boule there in no better Lucas of m Tbs weal for such a to mess so says the Muscatine enquirer can to some of our banking houses accommodate our neighbor City with a Branch t Coet obd n. 11., August 27. There is a report current Here brought by a gentleman of this place and doubtless reliable that tie honorable Luke Woodbury. Democratic Tal get. tor gov Rroger committed suicide by hanging. A lug residence at Antrim. Ii bad been ill Ami Labouring under a depression of spirits for some week. Judge Nitevi Woodbury is a Juite ill it Bis hour a in Portsmouth. Boston car. 27. A meeting of the Whir of boy ton was held at Conlu Tuaefe Hall this evening to nominate Del Este to the Bute convention on i Fath september. And a Reeoh Leiofi was passed in anime no la instructing the Dele eat to advocate am insist us on the a Upequi meals and claims of Darnel web her to the presidency above All others should the subject Coine the convention Alo advert Iii tear Leisler that he is the or a balt e of the whig of Boston and of a Large majority of the whigs of Masai Chusett a. The meeting a unanimous and full y attended. Boston pm Solomon Dot Bey has been Hekt to bad in the Sura of 7jm0, Lor passing coif Teveit Money senator Phelps of Vermont a but in a letter strongly favouring the fail Olec Tuou of the i it Gilve slav Law the african slave abominable traffic the source of most of the inhuman wars Between the native tribes in Africa and in itself so brutal and demoralizing is almost extinct. It is stated that North of the Equator for a distance of Twenty five Hundred hide along the coast the slave Trade a been utterly extinguished with the exception of that carried on at Lugo Porto novo and another factory on the slave coast. In fact the whole Trad on tie we Ever n coast of Africa to now can fined to these three Points and eight or ten factories in the Congo country occupying a line of coast of less than three Hundred mile in length. The old seats of the Trade about the Mouths of the niger have been entirely broken up by the blocks a be and the natives Are now applying themselves exclusively to legitimate traffic in Palm Oil and other article of Commerce. Forty or fifty vessel now carry on a regular Trade with that a Art of the country. On the Eastern coast the traffic has been very greatly Dimitru hed on account of new facilities for operating against it lately afforded by the Smauin of Muscat it is calculated and probably with correctness that throughout the whole continent of Africa at least Twenty millions of human beings who were formerly exposed to horrid traffic Are Row entirely exempt from its cruelties. A daily . Tut so Brit As or the afflicted party consisting of five females one Man and three children whose arrival in this City in route for their lonely Home Vve mentioned yesterday left on the Steamer new Buffalo last evening capt. Clement Gene Roudy sending them free of charge. If Ever there w As a tableau of to in was presented by that Tittle party. Four of the wive were widow a two of the children one of the w Omen had started for Minnesota with Oil her treasures her husband and two children and now she can Only lift the i Low s prayer to the god of the fatherless and like Rachael mourning for Ber children refuse to a be comforted because they Are not. Having lost nearly everything they possessed a number of forwarding merchant contributed the sum of forty dollars to Aid them on their melancholy journey. But gentle time will brighten up these heavy shadows by Etui by and even they May Stile journal. .1 Clergyman s opinion of . Or. Darnel Baker of Texas says he has travelled through a great Many states mixed with the people conversed at the country fire Side and Para eyed in the open Forest As Well As in the thronged City. Where he found new spa it ers he found intelligence people whom he could talk to or listen to with pleasure and amongst whom his Good work . As a general thing where a newspaper was not take he could Tell it in the a loveliness of the household the ignorance of the children and the until or me parents. So marked is the difference in civilization Between those who do take newspapers and those who do not that the traveller in the country will be pleased and entertained by the one while be will despise the other without knowing the cause to which the difference is attrib no doubt exists of the guilt of the prisoner it to your duty to lean to the tide of Justice and bring him in if you do this gentlemen you will have the Honor of making a Friend of him and All his relation. But if you of the contrary set at naught my eloquent remarks and disregard this first principal of the Law. And bring him in guilty the silent switches of conscience will follow you Over every fair Cornfield. Yes gentlemen and More than the it he and his son John will be in a mighty pucker i can Tell be and they la be pretty Apt to alight Down on Vou on some Lark night like the american Logie lighted Down upon the Halla of Montezuma a Nice appreciator or Choice Stock. A a refine to governor of Poneot a he United Siuty a was very fond of improving he farm a to. K by the importation of the very choicest cattle. A help. Bogs etc., and he was quite a Notoriana for i liberality in circulating the be get blood among i Friend As be was for ordering then from foreign comes. On a certain occasion with a very commendable by the Way the worthy governor forwarded to the scat agricultural fair several samples of his Durham Short Horn i Leicester sheep and his Berkshire pig to exhibit beside our Fine nature animals and the specimen he contributed were deservedly admired by All who came to see them. Among the a pet atom one Day there came along another governor formerly and being in the line of a democratic farming a himself he natural y hated to examine his gubernatorial friends imported Stock. The owner of the animals was near by and observing the honorable gentleman advanced to meet him. A nah governo a he said a a what do you think of them he a a a very line Beautiful upon my word. What heir i that yonder a a a that is a Beauty to be sure a exclaimed the governor a fact proud of Bis love. A a a the is out of Cream pot of Hereford the younger and 1 consider her a magnificent animal a a so she is i should like to have just such a Heifer As it a at myself if i could afford it. But we poor Farmers have to get along with the Ordinary kind. Her paiute Are very Ike Rte last poor Farmer was Worth forty thou Sarui dollars. But a More penurious Man never got trusted for Bis of n coins ? the governor in tact turned to the sex official and said in a civil tone a a if you like that Heifer it will afford me Greet pleasure to Send her Down to a a thank you thank you. My dear sir such a present would be very and so it was. But the exhibition closed and oar Liberal hearted Friend agreeably to his Promise immediately sent tie Durham better Over to i neighbor in tie next county. This animal had take the first Premium at the fair. Six month afterwards the governor went Down to see the a sex. And to take a look at the Fine Heifer he had seut him. He went Over the premises look i at everything to be see Bat did not meet with hts Durham Heifer. A a Fiat has become of the Hue animal i sent you. Governor some months since a asked the libera Man of the other. Job a said he a Eye exactly. The fact is. Governor i liked the Heifer and a he was a very line one but a Man came along and offered me fifty Dollar for her Ami 1 thought 1 had better let her a a a the Deuce you did a said the Don a quietly. A a site was a very Superior animal Bir and was Worth thrice that amount if 1 had known you desired to sell her / would have Giem you a Hundred dollars for her. Myself Quot the sex Gove ror backed Down upon this and retired to Bis Sielio to reflect upon the a mutability of human affairs in general somewhat later in the Day he disc tired be Tion and wept several tunes. At last be consented to receive spiritual Consolation a four of clock confessed. A Little before he saw through the railings of the Par tour. Or. Malays and he Supplicate him. In a faint voice to Eeme and speak to him. A a doctor a a Aid he a a com i Pray you you have been so kind to me and i have so much need of a a Monsieur be Cornute a replied or. Malaya a a the regulation of the put Ison prevent me from complying with your request a Job it it Only for a moment that i ask Tom to a a in la ask the permission of the director of a he prison. A a a thank you replied the count a a and Endeavor to learn if the knife is Shevra. I have read that people suffer alter the head is Cut off Tell that �T�.& a the in tee it swy rest that that was a to her error Hgt a Tomt death a instantaneous. A a come amp in i a a me Avn a eau the count. A i will return of Teo re a to err so re i the doctor. The condemned from Thi raiment. Gave Way to no emotion. From time to time however he asked what time it was. Uni tested him a if like a child on the knee of Ore of the turnkey to whom be bad Token a liking. In the he All at once said to the turnkey As if by sudden inspiration a a i will give each of Yot Luo Joof Ifyu Gnu will allow me to the procurer do Roi and his clerk returned to the prison at ten of clock a the evening. A after their departure the condemn d asked in something to eat. On of Tbs turnkey presented him Vine biscuit and a glad of win Aid water. He refused he preferred e Cinque end a ome he Ries. From Thi time up to the arrival of thee ecu Lioner. The condemned remained m von Ferince with his Cut a Tess a. And displayed the in profound Calm As be did Bettro Tho court of assizes. At Midnight the construe Tina of the Scaff Oki commenced by Torch Light to the grand place of the town. The exec Tumer an old bum presided Over the operation. A number of person assembled Frei curiosity hut were easily kept in order by a few a olders. 1� one of clock the scaffold was terminated. It Ever trial were made to be that the Koiv v. It red wet and Early in the it War a Meed. At that Boinert a considerable or it we was in sem bled and they looked i on with mute horror. In the Kvorning my it it of the Bouses hotels and slops opening on the Square had their windows closed most of to shops in other Parte i of the love were also stat up. Five or six 1 Gen Dartau sufficed to keep be crowd at a distance from the scaffold t he most profound silence was maintained. The executioner Ami his assistants went at six of clock to the prison and proceeded to Asako the toilet of the pm leaned. The count displayed the Arost protect let Mug void and said to the , with a Sod Snider �?o1� it you. Then who Are to execute awry a yes. Monsieur 1 a nah a the condemned a not nuer another wor4 until be reached the scaffold. He we convey. I de to it in a closed cart such As used for prisoners and was escorted by sixteen gendarme a i Jar the command of a lieutenant. The arc big hop of t Pic Amati i episcopal i cos Fusae am the Dean of Wandrus were with him a the vehicle on a it riving near the Araf i fold he descended without Evy port. At Hio presence an immense murmur re so Irons Tai a Crow i. He walked with i erect Aad a firm step to Tho scaffold. His fret res were Pale but Calm. His Beard which he not Beau Cut since Bis trial was Long. He a but was open on Bis breast. He wore Mack Trow a is Whit sn�ktr., and had or Patent leather shoe his hand were tied behind his Back. At the foot of Tho a cat fold he respire a via r a in . Worth a few a lays since while out in the Lake some eight or ten Miles attending to his fishing nets a poke a Fine fat of swimming in the Lake and nearly exhausted. He took him in Tow and brought him safely to land a lawful prize. How he got that distance into the Lake is inconceivable unless which is quite or Tiballe he somehow fell overboard from a a a in vessel id which he bad taken Pamsy Lor the in ample of some a astern Butcher. Such big fish As this do not very often Tome into the Captain a nets. We believe he was Satt fied with his Days work. This is something More than is usually a a a Fisherman s Liawah Anslom Blade. A scotch lady not Long since entered a store in Boston Ami inquired fur cloth of a dam Broad pattern. A have some pretty Broad a won the reply of the astonished Salesman a a but none quite �0 Broad As the Tady explained that dem Road was the scotch Krai for a Cheque red pattern. Christ Church the first episcopal Church vinegar and embraced the Archbie Buo in Minnesota was Donee created by Bishop Kim i spurt Wandrus. To then i. O. A a a a 1the crust he. Aad ascended the Steps without per at by. Paul on sunday july 70th. Visible emotion ii reaching the put term to 1 place i Iii ask linear the Plank Aad Tho a Deeuk Tom Paine a the author of the Cele a loners proceeded to strap him to it. Thi of stated sentence. A these Are the times that try a a ration tasted nearly five minutes and whilst it menus t eve were the fire a words of the was in Progress he a a veral tires fat Rnea his j head round to look at the crowd. Lao of Tho executioners assistants having begun to attach the Bonds very hastily he in nil a a done to so Quick 1 have half an hour to j to another a moment later to Ebay rvs a i _ a a done to fast a to bm�4 a a tight a i use less. He then looked up at the Krui with a set of astonished ran Ustiy. When he a As tattooed Rathe Plank he calmly Aeed Bis Hood la Tho first number of the a crisis a a Piper which contributed largely to overcome the despondency of the revolutionary troops who discouraged and disheartened ragged and penniless were straggling irom the Camp. It inspired them with new courage and Hope and was a most important Aid i accomplishing the glorious results a the War of Independence. Liee insurance a on the 20th Oju Yliz to the a death of mrs. Mary f. Cook Wile Elm ton h. Cook of this a Ftp a announced m lug f paper. A life policy of 5,60� had been Taten j Groove the executioner then Mao a out in the Hartford tiie and health insurance company. We learn from or. I Toni a the agent for this City that a dispatch has been received from head quarters ordering that amount to be paid it once although the policy allow of ninety Days delay. This a one of a thousand ii Tances of daily occurrence which place the importance of life in their proper Gay. It a a Squire a said an old Man of of her Day to a younger acquaintance. A a do be Ever Wash yourself Oil Over r they were sex Atn Iii a new fashioned Shower Bath stand my a the sidewalk by the door of a dealer. A ooh soul the voting. I Bath frequently it is a healthy delightful Aad cosign rating a Yew a Lew. Wall i never did but once m my life. Its a most eurits a Elm. Why few two Day afterwards i Felt jest As if i a changed into a flock of Pigeon be to a English writer says m one of the res in Mai Itzi ill Wity i ii a Rry c a. That a Victoria is Queen of , hut j. The pm Fefolt. Five mutes Tater a rat m Waluch a Refe Tho it bloody Remai he of the Conle tuned. I of Edom a trip in the a quare. In the lifting of the chamber of re Presente live of Belgi uni in l relay the Lwft Ewig utter to the preside it us a Sedivi. A be beg of Jim be Emp Iete Touy Eolie gites the regret a Beth i twi m Ebnor do time my relation with the a hot Cima Mia Cee Force my a emigration to the f bomber. Co car Vasai re a he a Aai. The writer of this letter Iris Hucl Ai the or Vlcher Inori sex Rea t de. J the Buffalo commercial ave Rimar gite ten a lowing of the re Stilt of 8w Esa Minai May Var. Rosi the Orfirer who arrested a he fugitive slave a that City a Lew a Tois Agov or rest rame before the police court 5 of Elock a St evening bleed do Yle tee c Barge of and Battery. And free find it a amply vhf faint a Tarli Mailer Gnu but no enough of Conorte to a by the or Public opinion is we Hope that this new appurtenant to the Crown will not conflict with the marital rights of Prince Albert. Three m a bed is ordinarily Teo Many a Antes Post. Sin let a kind of insanity. So tor of it a it Mokes a Sun an irrational creatures it evokes him a fool. The consummation of a in is Ever and in every form the extreme of mix. And it is that most pitiable foil which is puffed up with arrogance and self Suslie Venct. A tact lab a a a a the Boston poets responsible for the following wonderful Story. Or. Reid a traveler through the Highlands of Peru found lately in the a in Ert of Atacama the dried remain of an assemblage of human beings 5 or 600 in number men women and children seated in a semicircle a when alive and staring into the burning we understand that or. B. Has a writ served on him for a private damages to the slave Daniel. La a verdict is a a Btu Ned we a a a plea the him awarded will to the a a Aster he being m he the us Pecunia Rily a a damaged by the Ultra a action. In finest a to not Tobea stump me on an thing Mon honest than the following. A we a no editor announcing the death of an old is Dent of his town a ays a a the c a me to his death by too free entry Ash song at the a a Fence of the a Tell warm which a own placed him in a non travelling ten Litwin he Lay out the night Prev my to his Teeth near a Cotton Gin a this place and was tend to a late on the of Towfig Mon bag for Medica Ahi the be of much importance in so tying Hie Breech. He Hod been a to Rudai tippler ter the ins half into the burning waste before them Century. They had not been buried life had not departed a a a a a before they thus a a Roan but hop Watgen of they Here a aristocrat up it Eert who the Spanish invader iras at band and no the Cape wont a milk toe Feer folks should think has a being left they hid come big bar to a lie. Tbs a i a to Tang toe Tomi liar with Haw of. Still sit immovable in that dreary desert dried t like mummies by the of Lect of the hot a or Ihre a til keep their position sitting up a in a Damn Oline i Rhile Over thru dread silence by Odd to Erta Ting y. Uthe phrase a a of a pumpkins m new Rew Dervel a Teetie Ralitz Noa Aher of the pfc Arie it Verete me used in the a Anu dec Ute of pie a

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