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Fort Wayne Morning Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 31, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana Mme / f of. 15-n�fort Wayne Indiana saturday March 3i. Isi Thomas Tigar. K�it0b\kd . Floe Eor Neir of Pearl and Calhoun a t rests third Story opposite p. Kiser s. T b r i s i Quot Adrance two dollars fitly cents at the end of six months or three o Llara at the end of the year. N a paper list antiqued until blur garages Are paid up sex Sapt the option of the publisher. V at one Dollar per Square of to a lines for the first thre weeks and half that rata . I Liberal Rowan Zeniade Toto Senho advertise by to in year. Aeu Tad with neatness accuracy of Patch in the Mast reasonable tear col kick. 11s49.1 a. life . V states life insurance a annuity if Trust company or Phil Adelphia Chesnut iti., philae a 5 Nassau Ateret new york48 Narhp-5lreet,new Orlini 69 9seond a Trett Baltimore 18 con rest Street boiton80 third Street Cincinnati. Aia Eti liable for losses,, 1853, s306>029.004. The Cash is Stem the Only Sale sound and sensible one for either a company or its insured members Nad a perseverance in rigid application of Correct life cleric pfc Withers attorney. Ani Cou Cuc at Law and general land and lax Al go for via no Indiana. Will attend to the collect tip a r and Nezami nation o tit lbs Indiana. »3frie�, Smith St it Rby to Cal he my an Columbia Street a not.17,1849. __�0�?y. We w Cavie Olf at Law fori Wayne Indiana. Will practice i n t he court of theism judicial circuit. Ind., and wid Alto attend by Ines ont rutted i tear Hon David Mcdonald Pra Seasar. 0flaw. William 7. Otte i Indiana nit Breitf Sam Elhanna. For t it Ayne. Thou. Hamilt Nallen Hamilton Samuell. Roge Dee tur. A Orrick a on Clinton Street two door Bart list the Bank. S39 it a Avn my. Attorney and counsellor a i Law and a Jeff Citerin Cut awed Rte. Fort Wayne Indiana. Orrick on Clint Ostreet a Brick ,jun.,.�0r>iejan4l counsellor Wayne. Ind. Will attend Toyba collect Tion,aclju8tment. Or securing of debt the payme Aie to ref parch Are and sine or Andi Abd examination of title n an part off Diana. I re Krenck a Mears w. g. Quot , Quot s. Honna flush Mccurl Loci Alfred Harrison India Polit Richard Suydum feta York. A a , a , a a Job. In Micron. I j. Amp Jenea. Cincinnati okie poetry. Air Oft cd it Cornero pea Rund Bidet the Lasara Aee business have resulted in the most eminent Sentinel office a Aesa of this c a Many. Ciuc Minati Board of trustees. Jail a u Vattier Preiti Daltit Rio John Vav. Me Gie s. B. W. Mclean i. P William. W. M. Camera Richard Baton James my thew Robert Namerod a Taft Robert Moorejr a Bane. Wino car secret Arr. 8. Bayless amen for fort was run. K. P. Atom . Physician. A�j.i7ih,1853. _ medical notices. Or. C. S. Smith fort Wayne. Office on Calhoun Street recently occupied by drs. Sturgis and Woodworth under the Sentinel office. Fort Wayne july 7tfa. Yyi ,. Surgeon so play Asician. Office under the Odd fellow s Hall. Tort Wayne june 16tb, 1854. A Gino of salary Llomas. Office North West Cornet Ofman and Calhoun streets in Phoenix Block Over Foellings s shoe store fort Wayne ind. Ti-41 from Ike Cincinnati commercial. Upon the Silver free Shea Moia was drawing quaint Deai a and the first dim eyed Viil to were taking the Marieb wings. Twat night the pm Oflia Icker Wood burned warm Aud Bright and High and we were in the Sagar Camp Sweet Nelly Gray and i. A Tina merry though the Willow yet sad not a Tassel on the Blue Birds Sung that year i know before the Miaow was gone. Through Bunches of grass the runs West to biking by we heard then in the sugar Camp Sweet Nelly Grey and i. Broken and thin the shadows Lay along the most a it Ifor like the wings of Chrysi aids the leaves were folded still i i said i loved Here said i d make a Cabin by the Stream and we would lire among the Birds it was a pretty dream i could not see Thel Neit year s Snow a Jon her Bot Coro lie when we were in the sugar Camp Sweet Nelly Grey and tag Mutual life insurance co of jew York. Trinity building 111 Broadway. Mil a cumulating Cah funds july 31�., 1853. 193,802. Charter Oak life insurance co., . A Apical and surplus Over $300,000, undersigned agent for the above two most Yucca Bijl and responsible life insurance com-1 is fes in the United states is prepared to receive Ipa Licatina for life Laurance. Pam leis containing Raea of Premium and a in Jordan Diaab on the subject of life Laurance May be Jet lined at the office of the undersigned. Quot it is no More the them ral duty of Man to provide i office Corner of Columbia and Calhoun. Streets the daily bread for his Fini ily while he lives than it Wilson Astore where he May a. Found h to provide a?ain9t their being left a penniless in the wishing his Aid in medic int Ivan of a or k Edgerton agent. A a sales of the Eye treated by the. Most Apt Wayne sept. 12th. 1353.____10_ proved surgical practice. Fori Wayne july lat. 2 general Sam Dale. His great Hanoi fight. Soon after the blood tragedy of fort Mims Nany of the Whites urged by their defenceless condition and the increasing hostilities of the indians Teok Refuge in fort Madison. A Gen. Claiborne waa prevented from marching to their Aid by the hostile movement of the enemy about St. Stephens capt. Dale and col. Carson were of ring the whole of this sanguinary conflict Thel Kero a were encouraged by the continued cheers of their comrades on either Bank. Of the nine warriors. Smith kills a Kwo Austill two and Dale five. Quot having Laid them All Low Quot says or. Picket these undaunted americans began to cast them to the Bright Waters of the Alabama a their native Stream now be their grave every time a Savage was raised from the Bottom of the Canoe and Slung into the water the americans upon the Banks sent up a shout loud and Long As some slight revenge for the tragedy of fort Mims. The Indian cantle presented a sight unusually revolting several inches deep in Savage blood thickened with Cloda of brains and Bunches of hair a few years previous to the Canoe fight Gen. Dale was engaged in another hand to hand Rencountre hardly less exciting. There is so much of wild adventure and Romance connected with the incident we Are surprised it has not Ere this been made the basis of one of eur thrilling Border tales. When the Indian hostilities first began to assume a threatening attitude in Eon sequence of the Galinton treaty a White woman was seized by a party of Indiana and carried into Captivity. All attempts towards recapturing her seemed fruitless indeed so Many similar cases occurred that they failed to excite that interest which we would naturally expect. Dale however having gained some information As to her whereabouts determined and with Bim determination was but another word for a com plish Mentz to Rescue her. Setting out alone his experience in trailing soon brought him upon the heels of the Savages. Finding himself near them with his characteristic coolness he stopped at a Spring to refresh himself previous to beginning his Werk. While stopping to drink two of the party who were nearer than he thought sprang upon him. Without attempting to Rise he Drew his Hunting knife and with an under stroke killed one of his assailants then whole n ii3s Eai s of ancient cities m America. Extraordinary discovery in the county of the Navajo est another Petra strange fashion of building c., a. On the 17th of october last a party of twelve mormons and one Indian headed by w. Huntington left Manti one of the most Southern .<<ettleraent8 in Utah territory by request of gov Young to explore the Southern part of the territory of which nothing in known and it possible open a Trade with the navajos who dwell in that Quarter for sheep goats and horses of which it is known they have an abundance. They have besides considerable skill in manufactures. Pacific Railroad exploration a Raport of the secrets of War. The Quot report of the Secretary of of a on the several Pacific Railroad exploration Quot is before us. It is in an interesting and instructive dec a ment. It embraces a careful review of the capabilities and drawbacks of the following routes from the actual surveys a first the extreme Northern route major Stevens a tween the 47th and 49th parallels Flati tide starting from St. Paul in Minnesota territory and striking the Pacific at puts sounds or the Mouth of the Columbi in Oregon. This will require a Road allowing for ascent and descent of 2,207 Miles estimated Cost mint Riih Tab l the impediments in this route of ? to 1 mountains to be to yelled the numerous ious workmanship. They also it Ork Iron god be bridged the Scarcity of Timber the and Silver to a multitude of form. And articles coldness of the comity and its proximity to the for the Warrior Husbandman and tradesman. British possessions. Left in command Quot of the fort. As soon As his Drevy the other him wounds received at Burnt Corn were sufficiently i Quot to a find healed Dale determined to change his line in Inch fic pm i hed he took the Trail of conduct from defensive to seventy men he proceeded southwesterly to Brazier s Landing on the Alabama. Here they found two canoes belonging to a negro named Ca a who informed them that there were indians above or. Lion Elk of pcs on Corner main and Calhoun streets Oier r. Evans amp fort Wayne sept 19, 1853. Co s store. F6md21 E. Tupper m. D., eur Ngeun it Oculi St. Insurance Agency. Tea Sab Farber having received the Agency of thedr. Wood wort h of Tiann removed is office to his House on the j i Corner of Clinton a id Wayne streets directly of j Back of the is presbyterian Church where he May j 8 prepared to Issue policies on the Musi favourable be found when not professionally engaged. In terms. I fort Wayne feb. 23th, 1854. 34 this company has a capital Stock of $300.000, All i i Al m up n p a t h v Aid in and Well invested and is the oldest and a a r Pov i a to a. K res Pansin e companies in the Union. P m Leonard, in tenders h,.pro Lohn a Shirri or a a Quot Quot Quot a anus i i Iii a us us Jim i. ,uftli0miropaihic physician and surf tvs. Hon a it be found at the office of or Brooks on Calhoun Street first building Nortof canal Ridge o i i ply8 fart Wayne oct. 80, 1851. Yl7 books and Slali onery. I l Hill hns received his Spring and a summer a Supply o books and stationery and has now on hand the a Esi Stock Ever to Fred Lor Saie in this Market. La consists of the others followed them Many Miles came upon them asleep knifed three of them Cut the thongs of the woman and was about to commence his triumphant March homeward when another Warrior whose position behind a there on each Side of the River. He also Ethem the use of the canoes and proffered a Adly grasp of the Savage. Dale would now to act As their Pilot Captain Dale immediate a i canoes m charge of Jeremiah Austin and six men to were ordered to keep up a Tomahawk and split the Indian s ? or. In Levi z a i Quot Quot the Mutual deliverer having exchanged at the Mouth of Kandon s Creek the Canoe party a. Discovered a boat filled with indians who How i fax j 1. 1 Juji j j. If. V j a j were soon in the Mist of their rejoicing Rienas. Ever immediate y paddled o the Shore and Al in after life often Aid that he the land party finding it i�8ble to continue their route on account of the thick Cane emaciated and vines were ordered to pass Over and proceed female whose captive thongs he had just but could be his deliverer. Upon the other Side. While they were effecting a passage. Dale and several of his men kindled a fire a Short distance family named lament from the River to prepare their Day s meal. Thus a a of Rhinebeck. During the engaged they fired upon by a party of creeks of employed an irishman who came to from an Ambuscade. Retreating to the River so assistance to attend to m to gain the cover of the projecting Bank they discovered a Flat bottomed Canoe containing a industrious eleven armed and painted warriors the party. he went to mrs. Behind now retired leaving Dale to choose his it desired some Money saying he was own course towards those m the boat. As both Lamont not having the of his Canoe were on the oppose Side Dale Ord ered the larger one to be manned. Two of the husband who was thereon business warriors now left their boat and swam for there would give it to him. He accordingly Riviore but a Ball from the unerring Rifle of John obtained the Money he wanted. The Smith perforated the Skull of one who rimmed a orning when or. Lament got up to make lately sunk the other gained the store and g escaped. men had in the meantime 1 Protection for Marine insurance company of Hartford Conn. Capital Stock $300, 00. Pis made rained agent oath sold and Well know Quot is Tully authorised to insured Vellinga Borei to oils warehouse Mills manuf Cloriee r inns Ltd of. Also ii u8ehold furniture and goods i dres Aad .\i3rchandi3ecoaiainedand3iored therein a inst i of every Dei Cristion used in this Vicinity and offers a toss or by tire them at wholesale or retail. Country merchant. A 1m, dry goods , manufactured goods will do As Well to buy of him of to go East. Praia a household furniture live Stock and every Law keeps a general assortment of Dassori fiction of merchandise or personal properly. Standard Law books and has Uci Tipa for ordering Rifton or to a shipped or Good Steamboat or Toaia anything in this line that May be wanted. Eer Ira a Points of the Western Waters or Between. Medical books every thing in the Medica Saltern cities via likes or other Inland routes an Neof a Standard character can be had at Hill s Book aaytowniathewesterncountry.againstthehazirds0 store. Inland transportation 1 miscellaneous full Supply of of goods wares and merchandise All standards works together with All the Standard i or a Sod vessel or Vestell Between new Orleans and poets Are kept constantly on hand and new Mischel Iastan parts Between new Orleans and other Gulf Laneous books Are received As soon As published. A Rtse Between All american ports and English or pm per. Manned the larger Canoe and were approaching the Indian boat but coming near enough to see the number of Rifle muzzles Over the Edge of the boat they hastily pulled Back to the Shore. Dale exasperated by this Olear Back out Quot As. Warrior the party returned to the mormon settlements on the 21st of december last having on their trip made some most remarkable discoveries. They found in fact the ruins of a City built in the Rocke very similar to the far Farmed Petra in the Eastern desert and even surpassing it in extent. From or. Huntington s account furnished the dessert news we take the following highly interesting particulars. First discovery of the North Side of the St. John s River and about five Hundred Miles Southeast from great Salt Lake City we travelled Over a Section of country mostly among the mountains and about forty Miles in length up and Down the River by Twenty five Miles in Width covered with the ruins of former towns and villages. The Walls of Many buildings Are still standing entire some of them three or four stories High with the ends of the red Cedar joists yet in the Wall some projecting eight or ten inches but worn to a Point at their extremities. Every building was a fortification built in the strongest manner imaginable and in a style that the present age know nothing of Many of them still plainly show the whole manner of Structure and even the Marks of the workmen s tools. The first ruins we discovered were three Stone buildings crumble to Mere heaps. One appeared to have been a pottery for in and around it were loads of fragments of crockery of Fine Quality ornamented with a great variety of figures painted with various colors As Bright As if put on yesterday. A fortified Here we travelled ten Miles with occasional ruins by the Way and entered a deep Canon with projecting shelves of Rock and under these shelves were numerous House or fortification. The one we examined was divided into Twenty four room Quot each nearly Square and enclosing an area of about one Hundred and forty four Square feet the front Wall was built up to the overhanging Cliff which form Eitha roof and War curved and full of port holes. The stones were All squared and faced were of an equal thickness and Laid up with joints broken in a Workmanlike manner. The Only Entrance we could find was a Hole about two feet Square and eighteen inches from the ground which is the usual size of All the doors both in the outer and partition Walls with the exception of some subterranean entrances which were yet smaller and difficult to find. Through the perfection of the Rocky roof there was very Little rubbish in the rooms. From the first room he passed through a Small Hole in the right hand Corner to the second and there through another Hole into the third and to on from left room to right and from right to left All through the Twenty four rooms and every Wall was supplied with portholes. The dining room. He immediately called his wife who As soon As possible came Down and on going into the room where the Man slept she found him in bed. She then began to look about for her things and be trope an Porta or to any maritime ports whatsoever i a Tea Atlantie water against the perils of the seas. to tier Lair Marion apply to John Houg 11, ia., a a int Protection Laurane company a t wt7na,j in. 16, 1850. Attorneys at Law l. M. Ninde attorn. Law and counsellor at Wayne Indiana order of main amp Calhoun streets. Yug by c , ends sure Ely at Bis office on . I Nitrio Eliis a a a vice a win Tenet w i Ali Proni Platte it to i , 1847. French English and american Cap and letter paper Worth from one Dollar and fifty cents to five dollars per Ream. Bill paper. Wrapping paper printing and hardware paper he has always for Sale. I he has also just received a Large lot of fancy articles i such As line Kofe wooh and mahogany writing desks i porfoiio8, cases Lidies port Moniea and gent e travelling cases together with the most Beautiful j articles of All which the ladies Are requested o take 1 particular notice of Viz. A a splendid lot of Lidies i Cabas of the latest and fashionable style. Paper hangings. He keeps the Best Stock of Pope hangings window shades and fire Board i prints n the place. Imay 12.b. Y Avo Iaea. Ine canoes parlor and bringing the Musket up level with a a a a a All the rest it had no port hoes Are by no Means a j Usta cation 01 Lue Jar which threw sightly of his Bala told him to depart that if he did not que Lai when we entered Good on and ill nature m Sonje women habitually and Ere he could Regam it a Well directed hro.5�� of t Tho follow not i a or a it indulge. And no woman who properly he h0uqh,. Will Law Houg h to Jones motor Neyland Coli Sellors at let aul Olla Wayne 1m>., will attend to All Legal business entrusted to their care and will give special attention to securing of debts throughout be references. A Lienke i toil fort Wayne. Spafford , i. a David Cavitt your pc . Taylor amp Llu go it co.,Cleveland. Llau Tead quincs amp co. A , &b.ok�w, w. A. Rabbin Cincinnati Fox pc French. T. The Best Young country. Hyson in the j. So Orff. Minor Andrew Sec co a a rim Tweed so co., Witke Tott pc co., Buffalo a Avrard it Pio a Quot j. In. Would Kif ,Esq., Quot ,fisk&.co.,Boiton. Stoddard amp love Iuit. Quot Mcdowell . Wood amp Abbot bullitt amp. Fair Thouc Cask. Worden 6c Case attorney at Liaw Iliae s w. Corner of Public Square Over rear of Cafici lat 1853. _ Joseph k. £dge11t0>. Attorney amp counsellor at Law land amp collection agent. Fort Wayne Awill practice in the state and f<5deral courts and give special attention to Lind age Cie and i Sicu Ringland collect in of debit in by references. Grinnell Minturn so co. Pic tee Tifi iroc amp Moore John 8 y ird or. Amp co. Treed 1 a i ton to Pimp ton Robert Hysop Esq. Clark k work. Flt co. W t. K. Brown pc co. Alten of Familton \ Afagh Mett Loeb it , of few York. Oin Tinati. Boston. Of rtt Raine. Cd Isreb to Roll deliver All goods Bough a no the a mooring a to any patrol the City free . South Side of Colombia St., three doors East of Clinton. Vavra so co., Jii Jle and pistol manufacturers dealers in double and single Barer 1 shot guns revolves an i other pistols powder shot and tips. 711ns neatly repaired. Gunsmiths furnished with material a i a prints store on South Side Columbia Street three door East of Clinton. Or increased twist target big Tel made to order and warranted to perform according to the annexed scale at 100 yard.,an average of 1 Inch each hot. 200 Quot Quot 2i Quot 300 Quot Quot a Quot 4�ov Quot 8 Quot Smith go. Matig. 37. Y-8 Cash crockery House. I oulds a Eiliott no. Pearl Ofreci one door below Meiden line new York. China glas5 and earthenware o every dealer option at prices ten per cent be Low any Ceede to House in the Gil by the package or very carefully re packed for the county trs particular attention Kiiren Toor Cruby mail 3 m piano stools. Ju3t received at hill8 Fieno Forte Wemos me another Large lot of Pianosi Oleo to i Herip tons a wow be u Lew a a eee to my pc b he termed it of his men a routed to them in almost All of her silk dresses missing to scornful tone Quot to look and see Thwe Brave men Hain and a do what eight cowards had shrunk from and valuable articles. Suspicion followed by instill and Smith he Sang into Enji mediately rested upon the irishman who was the smaller Canoe Bich the faithful Casar had on his being brought before a Justice just brought Oyer. Paddling their Canoe Diree confessed his guilt and was sent to prison for by towards their enemies they soon commenced t. A. The Canoe fight Quot proper so celebrated in Alabama tradition. When within Twenty paces of the indians our heroes arose in their Canoe to give them an opening Broa Ide but unfortunately the priming of their gun. Was wet and they failed to fire. Had not the same Accident befallen the enemy the Twenty Days. In his room were found the ring and Chain and in a place called the hollow near second route of the forty first parallel mormon route commencing on the navigable Waters of the Missouri or on the Platte River and striking thence Over the explains to the South pass thence to the great Salt Lake thence across the great Basin to the Sierre Nevada Chain thence Over that Chain and Down to the Sacramento River and Down the same to Ben Cia. Just above san Francisco on the same Harbor. Estimated distance from Council Bluffs to Benicia 2,031 Miles estimated Cost $116,095,000. Obstructions same a in the first route including wider deserts and deeper and rougher Mountain Gorges. Third route of the thirty eighth parallel More familiarly known As Benton s great Centra route pronounced utterly impracticable from Ite Mountain obstructions. Estimated length from Yves port to san Franciseo 2.080 Miles. The topographical engineers gave up All e.4imate�< of the Cost of a Road by this route in absolute despair. Foit rth route of the thirty fifth parallel senator Rusk s route a beginning at forts Raith in Arkansas thence Westward to Albuquerque on the upper Rio Grande thence acc Rosa the Rocky mountains and the Colorado of the West and great desert Basin and its mountains and the lower end of the Sierre Nevada Cha n to san Pedro at the Southern extremity of California on the Pacific. This route is about As bad As Benton s although the engineers think that 3,137 equated m Lea Aad �169,210,265 m get p3rhapj, do the work. Fifth route near the thirty second parallel or the extreme Southern route via Texas new Mexico Elpaso and the Gila to the Pacific. A estimated distance from Fulton in Arkansas to san Pedro on the Pacific 1618 Miles equated length allowing for ascents. 2,239 Miles. Estimated Cost 868,970,000. The advantages of this route Are that it is practically a third Shorter than any of the others Between the Mississippi and the Pacific that it goes by the flank of the Rocky mountains and the Sierre Chain of going Over or under them that the route is Over a Region of elevated table lands requiring Little or no grading and that the soil a dry and free from Snow from one end to the other except occasional Light Falls in new Mexico the draw backs of this Good Samaritan a spirit which delights in pub route Are that after leaving Arkans it is aeon tenuous desert to the Pacific without Timber and overflowing without water except at an Oasis Here and there a a a news Cus of week or. Jas. Arrasmith of Van Byren county lows was informed by a Man named Newman that Iasmi on his Way from Calif Niay we lying dangerously ill at Quiney whereupon he at one hastened thither and Voaid on Bis arrival that he had been cruelly hoaxes. The Mable big Otiva of Newman is explained in the four Wing letter and or esd by or. Arrasmith to the Quiney whig bom apart Van Burea co., Iowa March 5. I will give you some account of the affair that brought me to your City. The Newman that gave me the intelligence of my 8�i, came Bai it a to my House the same evening i left Home. He was intoxicated and asked for something which my family refused to give him and his conduct was such that they had to Call two of my neighbors in before he would Stop his swearing and be wanted to have him arrested before got Home but some thought he would Gay in the neighbourhood until i came. He left on the next morning and has not been in the neighbor Hood since i got Home and the next Day i Stai t cd after him got track of him As far As Athens mo., and could hear of him no More. I have heard since i got Home that he has been in this country for some weeks had been some Days in this be go boyhood and had engaged to take some fifteen or Twenty Quot California widows Quot soc Ald to californian some four in my neighbourhood a As he came through the country be would inquire for these ladies and also the husbands get a precise description of them and what part of California they were in and thus he deceived them. Thu. Be got the description of my son the. People not suspecting him. But they found out his plan since he loft and if he could found now i belief his life would be taken. The excitement of the people Here is great at this i think if he could be found he would be punished without regard to Law. I sold a farm some time Back and it is thought by Many that he expected i had Money and that if he could get me away he might make an attempt to get but if this was his object he would not have got much As i have but Little by me. But let this be As it May he is a villain. N. B. I got intelligence yesterday that Newman before he left got drunk and told that he calculated to take these women to Salt Lake instead of Cal Fomia that the mormons had agreed to pay him three Hundred dollars Tor each one delivered at Salt Lake. I was told this at Bonaparte by As responsible a Man As is in this county and some think the mormons furnished Money for this purpose. The new York evangelist presbyterian rebukes these of great Zeal for religion or some moral Reform that too frequently exist Side by Side with glaring defects of private character the glaring one Hiag an overlooking of private and Home How truthful is the following Quot an exaggerated importance is Given to Public duties by which private duties Are shoved aside and treated with neglect. Public professions and Public acts Are the Standard of piety not the secret heart and life. The religion of the Day is More the religion of the pharisees than of the at Long distances apart. The Secretary of War propose to Supply water by Artesian Wells and government Economy. A a correspondent of the n. Y. Evening Post said to be an officer of to Transi it the necessary Timber from the two a. Be United states Navy a. Given a a i Rurka a a Koif Frk hair Lori exr cow f it a res pro a a Quot a. A fifty Yards above this was a Large care with a narrow winding Entrance guarded by a High Wall near the Mouth of this Entrance in an opening in the Rock leading off into the Mountain a amp cd we did not explore and after a Little look 2 Osl ing and rummaging about we found an outlet to a a a a a a 9 2080 the Cave. For three or four Miles to this Canon alb in be q be 1 892 buildings were everywhere in View of various sex reme Southern 1.6 8 forms and dimensions and in almost every stage of decay. From Here to St. John s River a distance of ten Miles there were scattering ruin s and from there a a a a a i a in twelve Miles Northeast we came to the head of a Cannon whose Side or Banks even to the Northern Rou e ends of the Road to Bridge Over the desert a re j api Rul Votion from Ruffi reports of e Igi neers d.8t<irod ascents of and routes routes. Deacon s. Miloa. Feet. Of com Paraiba a Cost. Summit of his opinion of the War qualities of the Collins steamers As compared with those of Theca warders. He shows that with the Money that will have been squandered by the Gove meat upon the Collins steamers by the time the contract has expired forty Strong War steamers might have been constructed of 1,00 tons Burthen any one. A r. Of which would have been More serviceable than 583 lib a Sooto. Of tag coiling in oath he jays also that 2 816 169 210 295 the whole amount if appropriated the War Steamer 2,239 68,970 oti61 would build seventy five steamers carrying 750 guns and give the United states the largest steam Navy afloat. L nth level k Tea. Miles. 2 207 #130 731 000 116 u95 our. The House were found All the silk dresses which Jap re perpendicular and shelving and by it m a route he had taken to the Village to sell but finding a mgr the Bank there was no soil on the Tunnel at Eleva no one to buy them hid them in that place. Two or three Days after the be Currence while the House All alone,8he thought she heart footsteps in the parlor and on going result of the Canoe fight might have been very room she perceived a tall raw boned different. Pm dered i a of Neman in the room and just about to enter boat alongside the other and hold them together., , with a thick stick about three Foet the warriors Jiff she demanded what business he had in a and in places when the soil was they were Ovown with Sage and right on the Brink of this precipice and under the shelves of Rock beneath were the Best building Sites for those beings who built and dwelt Here Ages ago. Another around the head of this Canon and Down on either Side As far As we could see were houses of every conceivable Quot Quot Quot in Evv rasped. A 18 Ino 29 1-20 49 985 4s8i2 32 784 fhe Cost by this route is to great that the Road a huh est pass. Fet. I 6,014 1 i .v219 8,.i73 j 10 032 Ion of \ 9,540 Albi query 13 route 7 472 extra Erie Southern Routs 5,717 these Are the results of careful scientific explorations by highly accomplished engineers of the several routes from the extreme Northern to of these i Meede fortunes. They Torget that it the extreme Southern route. 1 takes Money to pay compositors to buy Ink Type. And paper. And lastly they forget even to cheerful women. Thank you for working for nothing by gratuitous borne poet has very appropriately compared j by putting their . A sad mistake about Pool o have a funny notion about printers. They think it costs nothing to pall advertise amp a. And thus one and another will sponge an extra paper a puff or some benevolent advertisement they forget that a High Price is paid forever Type it. They forget that it is this business that makes their business known to the world. They i bract that it is the Printer s Ink that makes nine tenths that on the Moun in the Centre of this Canoa and. To r j in 1 would Scot make her that they had sent one of ians around Gln his countrymen to jail and he is going to have at Smith s breast but before he could draw the trigger the later directed a blow at him sch adjoining room where her husband had a Eroth Canon and but Little broader than the woman to the Sun a representing her to be to society what the Sun is to nature. Tho sign Rry in near Hestead in x fee Quot Quli or lories High built upon a Flat it it a Quot it up Quot to if Quot to. Ftp it inappropriate. Iho cares and of the wife at the head of her household Are indeed Rook about four feet higher than the level of the Grea but various and trying As they Are they Are by no Means a justification of the fretful Ness d a a h. regain it a Well directed Bow i a thu Bri stut ave a a not not re of h fr.7pic a i rat for Iii ago and no woman a he a prop., m a Jar club pro rated a a a a Ltd a kit Ughe looks of the. Instrument Bejan to move air ularand Zoh . The Bant which formed it a it it a Quot Selc Respert the welfare Quot of her family half dozen a were re omd to Eom-1 a a a be went she followed with the Musket a he Erwind plan of the t w Quot a a of her husband a a d to a sri Atli l a if Fth t s i. Bead for a die Tanee of a Early a car a i ilme i Here we a no win in from a wive a j. A in she was met by some men who do is in the to which sunk it deep into had into Forsfe Ece Nungi event Rylco not been less Active and his trusty barrel every Entrance la i-ii___1-.�___cc___________�?zu.,11 of. As . J. Had fallen with like effect upon the Skull of an other Warrior and the two now Felt their death throes in the Bottom of the Canoe. Austill had the horrid murder of the two aged females in South Gardner of the most Hor in the meantime recovered and added strength j id and strange murders Ever committed in this to the work of destruction. The bold Caesar held country was the sanguinary atrocity perpetrated the boats together with an Iron grasp had with upon the two aged Sisters of the late one foot in each our heroes fought. Two sue Kneeland the once famous infidel of Massachi a Seive blows from Austin s Rifle dispatched two gets. A Brief account reached us by Telegraph of the enemy one of whom fell overboard., but the to blowing particulars will be read with thinking to make Suro of his foe by a second interest. An Exchange says lower Story of any building and depend a a a piness of the Domestic state depends Zafiu Itei More upon the wife. She who has the Happy faculty of looking at the Bright Side of thing a a who can give a hopeful turn to untoward events a who can understand her husband s look anti stroke Austill leaned Forward to strike when he was again prostrated by a War club. The exult from appearances the murder must have occurred on tuesday night As one of the Bodien ing Savage never forgetful of a Walp raid the As partially Frozen. The first discord was made War whoop a seized his victim by the hair thei at eight o clock on wednesday evening by a scalping knife glittered in the air when another timely blow from Dale s clubbed Rifle divided his Skull. Tradition says that so great was the Force of the blow that the Skull was split from the Crown to the vertebral column. In the meantime. Smith at the other end of the Canoe grappled with two Lusty warriors. He was a powerful Man but the chances were against him. The Iron clutches of one of his assailants Are upon i. Throat the Tomahawk of the other above his head he sees his danger one foot in one Canoe ene in the other with a desperate efforts he gets both feet in one Canoe and draws one Indian after him while the sudden movement separates the end of the boats and leaves the other behind to meet the Fate of those who had already come within Range of Dale e and Austin s now had i. Enemy in his Power and soon despatched him. The conflict now became casual a three from nine to three now fought with the Energy of despair. Light and Active they avoided Many of the blows of the Whites and dealt in return each Well directed ones that they vere beginning to Tell in to Beni favor Ubea Dale calling to Caesar to hold the boats firmly together sprang upon one of the Coats and dealt a blow which be stored a club Biol had been Dikiy cod to poet it and levelled another Warrior. The remaining two were it futo hav detraction noted to them at the han4� of the who Wilt Sinith Tad to fail la aimed upon thur bloody and Briw by Wyatte de ipad Btij a troib �1 pro a Sitf by was made As difficult and hidden As possible. The door or Hole into the one last mentioned was guarded by two or Thiee Walla of different angles thu. Making a crooked narrow passage to the door and every part of this Pas Gevra in full View from the of holes of the j _ Quot to. H grades can spread around her Boe att Rae Young Man who went to obtain milk. No one answering his Knock he went to the barn where he found that the cow had not been milked. He also found that a window had been broken in the House. To proceeded to arouse the neighbors and the House was entered and the dead bodies found As before stated. A Clup was with blood upon it. The deceased were seventy five Pigeon-Hole."�, pointing in every possible direction they were not More than two inches in diameter on the outside and were plastered smooth on the inside with a kind of Cement with which the stones Are Laid and the rooms plastered and is As hard As Stone. The inside arrangement of All the houses was much alike All having port holes in the partition Walls and very email and obscure passage ways from one room to another and from one or two houses into the Mountain. Some on the Cliffs a Bove were Oon acted with those below. We notice there was no water about there and inquired of the indians How the former habitats could have managed they told that they had heard that a Long time ago there we asked them who Mia upon a. A. Iry Quot was water running there. We asked them who and eighty five years of age and so or that they j i smilingly Shook their received some Aid from the town. The selectmen Quot uus Muse i Jurec. By have offered a Reward $500 for the arrest and conviction of the assa8s-<in. The names of the deceased Are miss Miriam knee and and mrs. Sarah k. Phinney the latter being a widow. Another slave Row at saturday last the Hon Linn Boyd speaker of the House of representative., accompanied by his family and a coloured female servant stopped at the St. Charles hotel in Pittsburg and while they were at breakfast they were surrounded by i Large number of negroes who endeavoured to take the Sarvant woman off by Force but a acre prevented by the interference of a number of gentlemen. Soon after or. Bold and his family started to w Down to the Steamboat for Louisville and were followed excited crowd. At the boat the pc was met by the Captain with a re olm who threatened to Ehos Down the first one has Cane on Board. This had a Good effect a Ltd or. Boyd and Imily and their servant if footed the pit Teburn a a Boelow no of Trioni lbs Floii a Tribl Tom. Het ids and said that they had never heard but that surely somebody mu3t have built them a very Long time Back. We Are informed that much dissatisfaction exists among the know nothing or Quot american party Quot in this City in regard to the candidates returned for selection. The disaffected say they join that party under Hope of a reformation of the abuses in office and should the majority of the name returned be selected the opposite from a reformation would be the . A an honest Datch Farmer of the Mohawk was asked his opinion As to which denomination of of christians were in the right Way to heaven. Veil Den Quot said be Quot Ven be ride out wheat to Albany Home a d Sia de pest Vay and some Gay Dat is the pest Vay but it Don t make mobs diff Bronco which Road be take for Ven be get dare Day Nover a Vich Vay you co Eland it it note of their a a loom i our Wasat Ash Good Foj teens which realize the truth of mrs. Lesmana Beautiful sentiment that a it Ever 8 a a Humbe there n. Place like Home then is she indeed the Sun that gild and Gladden whatever comes with a the Influent a of its cheerful beams. The wife then whether she dwell in a Palace or in the lowliest habitation should be cd Erfil other Wiki the mag c of her influence has ceased. To filth May lavish around Lior All its ample luxuries education May Bce Tow its rarest a complis Mentse rank and fashion May add their in a Brilliant and fascinating influences and the All his anxious and tender Solic tude but they Are in vain a moping melancholy a fretful temper violence and passion destroyed All the husbands is desolate in the very midst of the comforts he has spread around him. Better is it Quot in the language of Solomon to dwell in the House top. Than with a brawling woman in a wide House Quot let the wife Render unto the husband die Benevolence Quot a never forgetting that cheerfulness is the Aladin a lamp which transforms All it shines on into Gold and precious covenant. Unhul it St Albi presidents. George Walt bin ton was number one the i set Iii or a Lama n pc came on. J for on made Ihu Nam stir Ihrer a and my lion the Uburth would be Man rec the with just Here came in to it inn hath an a Lams came again at Venth we did j o Wieoa be. Van b Iren sirs the eighth was 1 e Tiu ii Irrigoo made Nua Iber Nin a Alt a Friend Tyler fixed the line p it k Wae the eleventh a we know a t the waa Taylor the Row f la More tha thirteenth took his i Pir a Ceil the Fostir Tennih in the race. To o w Lei m Fum until we Avoir Hom inst a Rcd ill tit my be. Dettor than distinguished parisians physician writes the a Friend in the West who is in delicate in health a Quot take to you Redelf a Young healthy virtuous and amiable wife. It will do you More Good in one Winter than All Tho my Natal water in America far Twenty important to is said that mar Rod men Are less troubled with rheumatism thaa others or. Francis exp Ain. The reason sleep warmer. Wheat is there to variety of Garden pea to questions Here asked Are of considerable importance at this till \ the writer made Experiment Home two pc u since towards the Solu Iiona of the first quest on. B it in fortunately has mislaid h a notes of the result. H a memory however is this that Early Kent Quot Quot Prince Albert Quot and a Hill s Early came to bearing at the same Init. A Prince Albert Quot and Early Kent Quot had the la Gest pods and Are therefore meet desirable Abr Market purposes. The Hill s Early is most Pru Washington Quot proved a few jays earlier productive but pods Small. Ced Mulli Quot if True is very Early and very productive. I have never had them True but once. Quot far Beard. Surprise Quot and Quot Essex Champion Quot Are now quite new and so of Many others Catao Gaea now enumerating some sixty different sort. A Blue Imperial Quot come late those named above and in very productive and a Yary Sweet pea. The tall marrow fats Quot for Richness continue to hold their Good reputation Alth ugh Champion of England Quot proved a hold comport Tor and a most productive pea with Large full pods and when Cook a not excelled in r chne8. About the depth which Cha. Should be planted upon this Point Experiment have shown that at one foot deep the time of coning up Var ies from those sown Throe inches Doe Only f try eight hours while the product my season is 0 tinted two weeks longer owing to the act that the Root Are kept Cool a Neoe Esary cons Claence to successful pea growing. Planted at one toot deep Thoy do Sot Rem no earthing up As is the Case with Thom planted in the Orion any manner. Thue a considerable amount of labor is saved. In very heavy boil in i those naturally inclined to to wet eight Loeb ii deep May perhaps be adv Isawo As the Stu whore the experiments were was a Clay Loam but we drains q��bcp5. Hot and Throo into being to grow Early vegetables should soon Boodie Ting their Ina Aure and preparing it it Fra be a hotbed. Those who have never used Sci bots will find a layer of leaves from the Woods o. Of to pm by Tan Bank of say two fit does at Bot >1 of their edit Iacre Aie the Durat Luo of Best i Luo Ebreo Wicks.

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