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Fremont Journal (Newspaper) - December 1, 1854, Fremont, OhioFremont journal 10hn ma8t1n& Isaac m. Keeler. Publishers and proprietors. The journal it published every Friday morning. Office in Backlund i Block third Etoryi Fremont Sandusky Conaty . On copy per year in Advance by mail raid within Hayar after tha expiration of the year 2.60 to subscribers will be charged $1,75, in. Advice the difference in the Terma Between the Price on papers delivered in town and lilo in tent by , a occasioned by tha sex i Penes of carrying. How to Stop a Aee that you have paid for it no to the time Yea wish it to Topi notify the poet Masler of your desire and ask him to inform the publisher under Hie Frank an he a authorized let do of your wish to discontinue. It no paper Zissou tinted until All arrears Ges Are paid except at the option of the pub Lishers. Ratk3 of . Oak innate 13 lines first insertion $0.50 a each additional insertion. 25 do three months 3,0j to six months 3,5 to one year 5,00 two Yanares. Six months. 5,00 do one year one thir d column one year 15,00 half column one year 18,00 him column one year 30,00 i3tt9in03 directors. Fremont journal Josiph Intaro office we Are prepared to execute to order. In a eat and expeditious manner and on fair Erma almost All descriptions of Job printing such As i bullheads circulars i Bills or Ladiko handbills certificates Cata Soook. Drafts show Billi Bills costict a Larli bark checks Law tres barks Law cases manifests Ball . We would say to those of our friends who Are a want of such work you need not go abroad to get it done when it can be done at Home. Feb. O. F. Croghan Lodge no. 77, meets at Odd Fel Lew a ii All in Auckland s Brick building every saturday evening. Roberts & Sheldon manufacturers of Copper tin and Sheet Iro n Ware and dealer in stoves rags Wool h ides sheep pelts old Copper old stoves a. Also All sorts of genuine t Yankee notions. Pease s Trio Block a o. 1. Fremont Ohio. May 33, 1854. T. P. Finefrock. J. F. Piuck. Finefrock pc Price attorneys at Law Fremont Ohio office in Sharp & Shimoe s Block. 8tephen Buckland & co., dealer sin drugs medicines Dye stuff oils hints books stationery &.c., Fremont o. O. W. & c. 8. Glick attorneys a counsellors it Law and solicitors in chancery. Will attend to All business entrusted to their care in Sandusky. And adjoining counties. Also general land collecting and insurance agents. Office upstairs in firms building. w. Click. Cans. 8. Click Buckland & Everett attorneys and counsellors at Law and solicit ors in chancery will attend to professional business and land Agency in Sandusky and adjoining counties. Office 2d Story Buck Lund s Block Fremont. It. P. Buckland. Homer Everett. Greene & Haynes attorneys at Law and solicitors in chancery will give their undivided attention to profess ional business entrusted to their care in san Dusky and adjoining counties. Office in the so Story of Buckland s Block Fremont o. Allen a Rawson m. D. Will give prompt attention to the practice of Medicine end surgery in Fremont end office Corner front St., on the Pike. Chester Edgerton. Attorney and counsellor at Law and solicitor in chancery will carefully attend to All business left in his charge. He will Iso attend to the collection of claims a in this and adjoining counties. Office Sec Ond Story Nivins b lock Fremont o. Visenti still. L. D. Parker surgeon dentist i respectfully tenders his professional services to the citizens of Fremont nod Vicinity. Teeth. Inserted on Pivot Gold or Silver plate and in the neatest manner. Or office in Caldwell s building front room Fremont. Farmer s Exchange Bijj Liam Boyd proprietor. At the Junction of the Sandusky Cincinnati Toledo and Cleveland railroads Clyde san Dusky county Ohio. Passengers carried to and from the cars free. Drs. Wilson pc Stilwell Fremont Ohio. Residences on Croghan Street near the court House. Feb. 24, 1854. Jas w Wilson. Thos. Til will. Croghan House Cornero front and Pike streets Fremont o. J. F. Vanderc00k, proprietor. Tia House has lately been enlarged and throughout. A Carriage runs in connection with every train of cars. May 1854. I6 of Fremont House front and Pike streets near the Ivic a fre Mont Ohio. Ira Smith proprietor. Al livery stable ii attached to Ander Mihe can free of charge. May 1854. 16-t f. W. Kills. We. A. Kills. J. M. Kills. J. W. Kills pc sons manufacturers of paper and Blank books and dealer in printers cards and inks Spring Fiel Ohio. April 14, 1854 by Sawyer Ingersoll & co., wholesale and retail declare in books station. Ery printing writing and wrapping paper printing materials Blade building. Summit Street Toledo Ohio. Publishing House and. Blank Book manufactory Hudson o. April 7. 1854. By. Charles a. Henry produce and commission merchant. Office with Talcott &. Carpenter w. Per Street Toledo Ohio. " " refers to Al. P. Bud Laud ksq.,. 8. Biro hard ksq., Fremont o. A l. Nims so co.,. Talcott Carpenter h. Miller Esq. Toledo Brownie Pendleton & co. F personal attention paid to the Purchase and a Sale of produce Toledo june 1851 to of. Theodore Clapp a i manufacturer of confectionery and dealer a foreign and Domestic nuts fruits pro eerie Ana i in Obi ii Quvus Principe and Havana Segar a c. Main Street Fuk Mont Ojune 19, 185481 3, to a. Ocollins proprietor one Block West of the Morris Corner Toledo Ohio. Blank deeds mortgages wait claim court arts &.e., kept on hand or printed to or Der Tho j v Kcal on r Tut Fremont 0 a to Hho sacrifice of principles. Volume ii. Fremont. Sandusky county december 1, 1854. Number 45. Poetry. The press. No Cha ins can bind nor prisons bar nor primal draft secretly destroy the Porss who s Power sets thrones ajar and plays with empires As a boy. God bless Tho press and let it grow like some Blooming tree till All Tiff. World shall brightly glow Iceam the Sun or Liberty. presses make fkr Mph where or cursed Hue holiness in Royal veins. Descends enough to note the tear the Patriot Sheds and his deep pains. God curse i lie hands that ruthless dare to harm the object we Caress blot out the mind to the idiot s stare prs. Which thinks one thought against a reus. Let there be Light said he who made one world to Light no All the rest Earth heard the word and then obeyed herself in glorious brightness dress d. So from the press let there be Light let Earth a dark cornered feel its rays till despots tremble at the sight and shrink before the Joyful Blaze Hail glorious Day when none Shell groan beneath oppression s galling Chain. When pro asks shall displace the throne pro f Jefts and free thought free words free men for this god bless our loved land make her the Beacon Liz to All make her fair stars and stripes to stand a Liuio tyrant Power s May Rise and Lair. Miscellaneous. Destruction of the Tea in Boston. From the sixth volume of Bancroft history the United state just published. The chapter first details he proceedings abroad the despatch by the East India company of cargoes the political feeling of the colonics and then proceeds a follows As to the Boston consignees Lue Issue was to be tried at us tonsits Lea ships were on the water the governor himself tinder the name of his sons was selected As one of the consignees the moment for the decision was hastening on. In the night Between the first and second of november a Knock was heard at the door of each of the persons commissioned by the last India company and a sum Mons left for them to appear without fail at Liberty tree on the following wednes Day at noon to resign their commission printed notices were also posted up Desir ing Tho freemen of Boston and the neighbor ing towns to meet at the same time and pice As witnesses. On the appointed Day a Large nag was Hung out on the pole at Liberty tree the bolls in the meeting houses were rung from eleven till noon. Adama Hancock and Phillips three of Tho four representatives of the town of Boston the selectmen and William Cooper the town clerk with about five Hundred More gathered round the spot. As the consignees did not make their appearance the Assembly appointing Molineux Warren and others a committee marched into state Street to the warehouse of Richard Clarke where nil the consignees were assembled. Molineux presented himself for a Parley. Rora w com Are you a committee asked Clarke. From the whole people who Are the committee nothing is now to be kept secret replied Molineux 1 am one and be named All the rest Aud what your request Molineux read a paper requiring the consignees to prom ise not to sell the teas but to return them to London in the same Bottom in which they were shipped. Will you comply 1 shall have nothing to do with you an swered Clake roughly and peremptorily. The same question was put to the other consignees one by one who each and All an swered i cannot comply with your demand. Molineux then read to them another paper containing a resolve passed at Liberty tree that the consignees who should refuse to comply with the request of the people were enemies to their country. Descending into the Street made his report o the people. Out with them out with them was the cry but he dissuaded them from alter Lurther details As to the consignees and of the committees of correspondence and the Council the narrative proceeds1 he True Hearte d people were As Vigil ant As they were determined. The men of Cambridge assembled on the Twenty sixth and after adopting the Philadelphia resolves very unanimously voted that As Boston was struggling for the liberties of their country they could no longer stand Idle spectators but were ready on the shortest police to join with it and other towns in any measure that i Trot be thought a Kroner to deliver themselves and posterity from Sla very the next Day the town of Charles Tow n assembled and showed such a spirit that Ever after its committee was added to those who assumed the executive direction. The combinations was hardly finished when on sunday the Twenty eight h november the ship Dartmouth appeared in Boston Harbor with one Hundred and fourteen chests of the East India company s Tea. To keep the Sabbath strictly was the new England usage. But hours were precious let the Tea be entered and it would be beyond the Power of the con signee to Send it Back. The selectmen held one meet Ting by Day and another in the evening but they sought in vain Lor the consignees who bad taken Sanctuary in the Castle. The committee of correspondence was More efficient they met also on sunday and obtained from the Quaker Rotch who owned the Dartmouth a Promise not to enter Bis ship till Leeday and anti oried Samuel Adams to invite the committees of the five surrounding towns Dorchester Roxbury Brookline Cambridge and charts town with their own townsmen and those of Boston to bold a mass meeting the next morning. Faneuil Hall could not contain the people that poured in on monday. The Oono Ourse was the largest Ever known. Adjoin log to the old South meeting House Jonathan Williams did not fear to act As Moderator nor Samuel Adams Hancock Young Molineux and Warren to conduct the business of the meeting. On the motion of Samuel Adams who entered fully j into the question he Assembly composed upwards of five thousand persons resolve unanimously that the Tea should be sent Back to the place from whence it came it All events and that no duty should be paid on it Tho Only Way to get rid of it said Young is to throw it overboard the consignees asked for time to prepare their answer and out of great tenderness the body postponed receiving it to the next morning. Meantime the owner and master of Tho ship were convened and forced to Promise not to land the Tea i said Hancock will be one of it rather than that there should be none and a party of Twenty five e persons under the orders of Edward Proctor As its Captain was appointed to guard Tho Tea ship during the after detailing further proceedings and the arrival of More Tea ships the narrative concludes on saturday the eleventh Rotch the owner of the Dartmouth is summoned be fore the Boston committee with Samuel Adam in the chair and asked Why he has not kept his engagement to take his ves Sel and Tea Back to London within Twenty Days of its arrival. He pleaded that it was out of his Power. The ship must go was the answer the people of Boston and the neighbouring towns absolutely require and expect it and they bade hint ask for a clearance and pass with proper witnesses of his demand. Were it mine said a Lead ing merchant i would certainly Send it Back Hutchinson acquainted Admiral montage with what was passing on which the Active and Kingfisher though they had been Laid up for the Winter were sent to guard the passages out of the Harbour. At the same time orders were Given by to e governor to Load guns at the Castle so that no vessel except coasters might go to sea without a permit. He had no thought of what was the wealth of Han cock Phillips Rowe Dennie and so Many other men of property seemed to him a Security against violence and he flattered himself that he had increased the perplexities of the committee. The decisive Day draws nearer and nearer on the morning of monday the thirtieth the committees of the five towns Are at Faneuil Hall with that of Boston. Now that danger was really at hand the men of the Little town of Maiden offered their blood and their treasure for that which they once esteemed the Mother country had lost the tenderness of a Parent and become their great oppressor. We Trust in god wrote the men of Lexington that should the state of affairs require it we shall be ready to sacrifice our estates and everything dear in life Yea and life itself in support of the common cause whole towns in Worces Ter county were on tiptoe to come Dowa go on As you have begun wrote the com Mittee of Leicester on the fourteenth and do not Sudor any of the Lens already come or coming to be landed or pay one thing of duty. You May depend on our Aid and assistance when needed. The line of policy adopted was if Possi ble to get the Tea carried Back to London uninjured in the vessel in which it came. A meeting of the people on tuesday after noon directed and As it were compelled Rotch the owner of the Dartmouth to apply for a clearance. He did so accompanied by Kent Samuel Adams and eight others As witnesses. The collector was at his lodgings and refused to answer till next morning the assemblage on their part adjourned to thursday the sixteenth the last of the Twenty Days before it would become Legal for the Revenue officers to take pos session of the ship and so land the teas at the Castle. In the evening the Boston com Mittee finished their preparatory meetings. After their consultation on monday with the committee of the five towns they had been together that Day and not both mor Ning and evening but during the Long and anxious period their journal has Only this entry no business transacted matter of record. At ten o clock on the 15th, Rotch was escorted by his witnesses to the custom House where the collector and comptroller unequivocally and finally refused to Grant his ship a clearance till it should be Dis charged of the teas. Hutchinson began to clutch at Victory for said he it is notorious the ship cannot pass the Cable without a permit from me and that i shall refuse. On that Day the people of Fitchburg pledged their word never to be wanting according to their Small ability for they had indeed an ambition to be known to the world and to posterity As friends to Liberty the men of Gloucester also expressed their Joy at bos ton s glorious opposition cried with one voice that no Tea subject to a duty should be landed in their town and held them selves for the last Appeal. The morning of thursday the 16th of december 1773, dawned upon Boston a Day by far the most momentous in its an nals. Beware Little town count the Cost and know Well if you dare defy the Wrath of great Britain and if you love exile and poverty and death rather than submission. The town of Portsmouth held its meeting on that morning and with six Only protes Ting its people adopted the principles of Philadelphia appointed their committee of correspondence and resolved to make com Mon cause with the colonies. At ten o clock the people of Boston with at least two thousand men from the country assembled in the old South. A report was made that Rotch bad been refused a clearance from the collector. Then said they to him protest immediately against the custom House and apply to the governor for his pass so that your vessel May this very Day proceed on her voyage for London. The governor had Stolon away to his country House at Milton. Bidding Rotch make All haste tha meeting adjourned to three in the afternoon. At that hour Rotch bad not returned. It was incidentally voted As other towns bad already done to abstain totally from the use of Tea and every town was advised to appoint its committee of inspection to prevent the detested Tea from coming within any of them. Then since the governor might refuse his pass the momentous question recurred whether it be Tho sense and determination of this body to abide by their former resolutions with respect to Tho not suffering the Tea to be Lii Dud on this question Samuel Adams and Young addressed the meeting which was become fur the most numerous Ever held in Boston embracing seven thous and men. There was among them a Pat riot of fervid fueling passionately devoted to the Liberty of his country still Young his Eye Bright his Check glowing with Hec Tio fever. He knew that his the was ebbing. The work of vindicating american Freedom must be done soon or he will be no party to the great achievement. He rises but it is to restrain and being truly Brave and truly resolved he Speaks the Ian gun of moderation shouts of Boson inns will not terminate the trials of this Day nor popular resolves harangues and acclamations vanquish our foes. We must be grossly ignorant of the value of the prize for which to contend of the Power combined against us of the invite Date malice and insatiable revenge which actuate our enemies Public and private abroad and in our bosom if we Hope that we shall end this controversy without the Shurpiet conflicts. Let us consider the Issue before we and Vance to those measures which must bring on the most trying and terrible struggle the world Ever saw thus spoke tha younger Quincy. Now Tom the hand is to the plough said others there must be no looking sack and the whole Assembly of seven thousand voted unanimously thu the Lea should not be landed. It had been dark for More than an hour. The Church in which they met was dimly lighted when at a Quarter before six Rotch appeared end satisfied the people by relating the governor had refused him a pass be cause his ship was not properly cleared. As soon As he had finished his report Sam Uel Adams Rose and gave the word this meeting can do nothing More to save the country on the instant a shout was heard at the porch the War who p resounded a body of men forty or fifty in num Ber disguised As indians passed by the door and encouraged by Samuel Adams Hancock and others repaired to Griffin s wharf posted guards to prevent the intrusion of spies mid in about three hours three Hundred and forty chests of Tea being the whole Quantity that had been imported were emptied into the Bay without the least jury to other properly. All things were conducted with great order decency and perfect submission to government the people around As they looked on were so still that the noise of breaking open the Tea chests was plainly heard. A. Delay of a few hours would have placed the Tea under the Protection of the Admiral at the Castle. After the work was done the town became As still Aud Calm As if it had been holy time. The men from the country that very night carried Back the great news to their Villa Ges. The next morning the committee of Cor Respondence appointed Samuel Adams and four others to draw up a declaration of what had been done. They sent Paul Revere As express with the information to new York and Philadelphia. The height of Joy that sparkled in the eyes and animated Tho countenance and the hearts of lbs patriots a they met one another is unimaginable. The governor meantime was consulting his books and Bis lawyers to make out that the resolves of the meeting were treasonable. Threats were muttered of a of executions of transportation of the accused to England while the committee of correspondence pledged themselves to support and vindicate each other and All persons who had shared in their Effort. The country was United with the town and Tho colonies with one another More sumly than Ever. The philadelphian unanimously approved what Boston had done. New York Ell impatient at Tho winds which had driven its Tea Chip off the coast was resolved of follow is the b cos 3t the Detroit inquirer described a Light House nearly completed by w. F. Chittenden of Detroit upon Tho Wou end of Green Island Lake Erie 60 Milsa Iitto Detroit and 20 from Sandusky the dwelling is nearly 30 feet Square and the Light House Tower separated it Only by a passage is about 11 feet in diameter at the base and diminishes at the height of 30 feet to 9 feet diameter at the top. Tho basement is of rubble faced with Cut Stone 7 feet High and the super Structure is of Brick work. The Tower h crowned with a Cut Stone circular platform 13 feet in diameter composed of 8 stones 1 of which covers the passage to the dwell ing. This platform weighs not less then 7 tons on it stands a Brick parapet 3 or 4 feet High capped with Cut Stone arid on this sits the lantern a Light looking Octagon composed of 7 lights of French plate Glass u Vatu each. Ana nearly one of u men thick and an Iron door. The whole is roofed with plate Iron in a very pleas ing form and surrounded by a substantial Balustrade. The floors of Tho Tower Are of Inch Iron 7 feet in diameter each cast in 1 piece and having Large ventilating registers at their centres. The plan of heating the lantern ii accomplished by letting the hot air out from a stove in the cleaning room pass through the lantern floor thus avoid ing the dual and smoke attendant on the presence of a stove in the lantern itself. The great feature of this new Light House is the illuminating apparatus which a on the French system of reflection and refraction of rays. It is what is termed the fourth order with flashes Aud is in truth a wonder of French mechanical skill. The Light itself is from a single fixed lamp of Beautiful construction surrounded by a magnificent Globe of but Glass s feet in diameter and 3 feet High. The flashes Are produced by clock Wor k moving 2 Large Cut Glas s magnifying lenses round the lamp crossing the Light so As to produce flashes at intervals. Y to is far less difficult to not Well than to suffer in silence. C Diamond Cut Diamond. We recently Home into the Possession of facts in regard to a very Peculiar real estate transaction in this City the details of which Are interesting As illustrative of Char Acter As Well As of the method of doing business which is considered Sharp by a certain class of business men some Timo since a gentleman whom we will cull or. A., purchased n piece of ground Iii i by Street on Wuinn was an Oil building which he proceeded to tear Down intending to erect in its Plesca a building More suitable for the transaction of his bus iness. About the same time another gentleman who we shall Call or. A purchased the adjoining lot and proceeded in to Jiame manner to t be Down the old building stand ing upon it so that the work of demolition proceeded upon both at the same time. Alter this had been concluded or. A. Be ing ready to build himself and supposed quite natural y that his neighbor would pre Ler building at the same time paid him a visit in relation to the matter when he was Boris Fly informed by or. Thath should build when he of course As air. A. Could not gainsay his right in this respect the Only method left was for Bim to go on by himself. This he accordingly did and had progressed so far As to have his building covered in when he was surprised one Day by a visit from i irate neighbor. Or says or. B., you Are an Inch on my ground or. A. Rejoined that he Thot get it must do a mistake. No sir it is no mistake you Are an Luch on my ground. " Well returned or. A., All i can say is it it is so 1 am willing to pay you whatever you say the land is i want no pay sir answered or. "1 want my land i sir says or. A i see it is hopeless to Compromise this matter with you but 1 will give you double whatever you say the land is Worth rather than take Down my i want no Money i want my land persisted the stubborn or. Argument and entreaty were alike unavailing and or. A. Accordingly proceeded to take Down and rebuild Bis Wall. He was permitted to finish his building now without further interruption. Shortly afterwards or. Concluded to build on his lot and the carpenters were set to Woik to accomplish the object. The work progressed finely Story after Story went up As it by magic and our or. Watched the operations Day by Day with increasing interest with confident anticipation of being Able to occupy Tho premises by a certain period. At length the building was entirely finished from foundation to Cap Stone the work men had departed with their tools the rubbish had been cleared away an d or. Was complacently congratulating him self on its successful accomplishment when be was astonished by a visit from Bis neigh Bor or. A. Sir said he i am sorry to inform you that you Are in inc on my ground 1" Roob nonsense 1" returned or. A. It s no nonsense at All 1 said or. A. I Tell you you Are an Inch on my Why Bow can that be blustered or. A when i have Only built up to your Woll a that s it i in the divest possible manner answered or. A. Our Friend or. Won somewhat dumb founded. Send for a Surveyor sir at length he exploded and Well see about Lue Surveyor was accordingly sent for who after a careful measurement of the respective premises reported to the crestfallen or. Ii that it was indeed True be is occupying an Inch More land than he was entitled to. A proposition to buy that inc coming it must be confessed with a bad Grace from him was now advanced by or. No sir returned or. Ai shall not sell Vou cannot offer me Money enough to buy that Inch of lend. Take Down your Wall sir Down with it to the foundations i want by land i or. Came to the conclusion that the Gams was decidedly against him and yielded with the Best Grace he could. The Wall was taken Down and and so very careful was our particular Friend this time not to trespass that he built an Inch Short of where be bed a right to go. It is. Per haps unnecessary to explain to the Reader that or. A. Bad done the ammo thing in Lue dirt tie Honor inc of an English Jors a list. The ignorance of English newspapers concerning american affairs raised Manv a laugh this aide of tha water till the display became so common that it becomes very much a matter of course. We con fess however that we were not prepared for such an exhibition As has just occurred in Tho London morning chronicle. An editorial article on the toss of the Arctic in that paper of the 16tb, opens As follows another american Emigrant ship has been lost under the most appalling Circum stances and with a destruction of human life almost equal to that which the Victory of the Aima Una Cost in a subsequent part of the article the Arctic u called an american mail screw these blunders Are committed by a journal which ranks in great Britain next to the London Timet in age and Posi Tion. In the United states from Maine to Texas there is not a six by nine Sheet in tha darkest Nook that would not know enough to avoid such an error in respect to one of the Cunard line. How it could be that so Little should be known by such a journal of a ves Sel which has for years had the name of be ing an unsurpassed specimen of naval architecture and for years has plied to a port within two Hundred Miles f p no of Eublio Tion a a wonder. The writer must no extraordinary York courier uni hair to healthy Homs and Larrv marriages. The following remarks by or. C. M. Filch it his lecture the other evening Are too Good to be lost speaking of the hereditary causes of consumption the Doc Tor remarked i believe it to be utterly impossible to find a healthy child born of delicate sickly parents. The unsound Constitution of the Parent is usually transmit Ted with increased intensity tothe offspring and no character of morbid predisposition is More surely and More unfailingly transmitted than a predisposition to pulmonary consumption. Hen we consider the in fluence that the Mother s health must exert on the health of her children it is strange that so Little attention lion la b paid to the physical education of girls. Why from the hour of her birth is a female child to be subjected to one eternal imprisonment ? Why is she to be cooped up Wimin doors confined to Patchwork Aud nursing her doll and taught to consid or it quite a lady Lik e to move faster than the Dign ined gait of some antiquated Dow Ager. Lurn your girls out of doors lot them Piny at Ball and Lindle the hoop and laugh and shout As much As hey please they win Jenner ladies Lor it at thirty even if not quite so Graceful at fifteen. By the Laws of Lycurgus the Wise and immortal Law give r of the spartan Republic the most special attention was paid to the physical education of women and no Deli Cate sickly woman on any account were allowed to marry. Supposing a provision like this would be carried into effect Here i what an army of unmarried ladies should very soon Seel if a Young Man wants to choose a wife. Let him invite the Laa y be has in View to take a walk a Long one and when he comes Back if he finds Bis companion obliged to go to old with a headache let him look somewhere else for a wife unless he is fond of paying doctors Bills. Speaking of Early marriages the Doc Tor remarked in this country very few ladies Are fit either physically or mentally to become to curs before they reach the age of Twenty on Twenty to or Twenty three but so precocious Ore our Vount la aies mat u Tuey happen to pass Twenty without having made definite arrangements. They begin to consider themselves old maids and before a school girl is fairly out of Short dresses and pan Lavetts she is looking up a eau. Among the ancient germans than whom a finer race of men physically perhaps never existed it was death for any woman to marry before Bhe was Twenty and were this Law to be enacted and rigorously enforced among us the amount of suffering the actual amount of human life that would be saved thereby a past All computation. Pittsburgh Gazelle. To bars ii s Book. The indications Are that Barnum s autobiography concerning which so much has been said of late is Likely to have a wider Sale than any work Ever published in this country. Having had the privilege of looking Over air. Item held s order Book we found that the orders from booksellers and travelling agents called up to yesterday the 14th afternoon for the extraordinary number of ninety Odd thou Sand copies. The orders received by each mail Are almost incredible varying from 600 to 3,000, verging More frequently upon the latter than the former and All this without the slightest Prospect of abatement. Booksellers whose general orders for new books rarely exceed a half doze n each or Der this work in hundreds and five Hun Dreda. Travelling agents Seldom Call for less than 100 copies and frequently As High As 1,000. Were it not for the extraordinary Sale of Uncle Tom s Cabin which As we understand reached a total Sale of 312, 000 copies the foregoing facts would be perfectly amazing a it is they appear comparatively astounding. Should the or Ders continue for the next two months in the same ratio a the publisher confidently anticipates the copy Wright of his autobiography Tor the United states alone will net Barnum Over 1200,000. New York express. At the railway Dermot in Lowel. Not loner. C. E since Jook a Hea Jake said Sambo his eyes dilating and his rows of shining Teeth protruding like a regiment t pearls look a Hea Jake what you Call dem a what a rejoined Jake. Dem Are said Jake. What said Strobo scratching his head dem Are posts wid de Glass r Lea the same Ide Ticle re turned Jake. A but you sees dem r horizontal Well observed Jake dem Are posted supports de gosh it takes you Nigger ejaculated Sambo clapping his Side and both setting up a loud Yah Yah. But what a de wires for said Sambo after a pause. De wires replied Jake completely staggered for a moment and at a no plus for a reply to the curiosity of brother sum do out suddenly lighting up with More than Nigger fire he said it Witt is for w keep a posies up. Ess Une Day the following conversation was overheard Between an old Man and a boy what Are you doing said the old Man mind your business Jou old fool said the boy. Never mind Saij the old Man you will be old before you die.". But i wont have to milk cows shouted the boy. But said the old Man turning around you never cached me in people s cellars stealing apples and the following a told of a wag who for the amusement of a crowd was holding a scriptural confab with a Dolored divine. Why Charley you cannot even toll who made the Monkey.",. Of yet i can massa.",Well who made the Monkey i. Why Rosassa the same one that made the Monkey mad you t ,."? l ,. Arrival of the Canada. New York nov 22. The steamship Canada from Liverpool on tha afternoon of the 6th poet arrived 2 o clock this morning bringing Eublio and 108 Steerage passengers i i a a Liverpool nov. Al intelligence 4 Oca various source of the Progress of la siege Sre received to the 20tb. The official Dis patches of Dundas Canrobert and Hume Lin detailing the rpt Alint of the Allie on the 17tb, it he first Day of the bomb ment Are published Lamelin Rya of the russians had not closed the Entrance to the Harbor by sinking ships the allies squad Ron after the first fire could have Success fully run in and placed the Selve in communication with the land forces without perhaps greater loss than they now Actu ally suffered. The English Loea a ship Board were two lieutenant killed and mate officers wounded in All 44 men killed and 200 wounded. The ships were considerably damaged by shot and shells. The French loss was so Kiks and 180 wounded. I a. On the evening of the 26th, the rus sians 8,000 Strong made a sortie Frons Sevastopol and also from the direction of bal Akla but were repulsed 1,000 Mew be ing left dead upon the Fiehs j according to the latest telegraphic and vices tha attack upon the Fortis Cloos from the sea had not been renewed. " the bombardment from the Heights was vigorously continued and the foils quaran Tine and Constantino had been based and the Southern Tower and other works demolished. The town it is stated is of fire in three different places. It was evident that Sevastopol could not hold out much longer. According to one account an assault was to have bees made on the 2 j and 8d of no vember j ,. A telegraphic dispatch has been published to the effect that the place Hud positively been captured. Although this is believed by Many it requires confirmation. Telegraphic dispatches published in Lon Don on the morning of the 7 la state that the town of Sevastopol is in ruins that the French Chasseur kill All the artillery men who showed themselves at the pm erasures and that during All night a Shower of bulls is poured into the forts leaving the enemy no possibility of repairing the disaster. The russian Fleet sought shelter under the buildings along Side the quays but the allies were about to fire upon them from new batteries with red hot balls. A London Gazette extraordinary was published on the morning of the 7th, with further dispatches from lord Raglan. Lord Dunklin was taken prisoner by the russians during the recent engagement the russians bad All withdrawn from the forts in the Vicinity of Balaklava. Roman states that mens Bikoff was not in Sevastopol but was with the main body of his army on Tbs Plains North of Buoh neral it is stated that the Trench lost two Hun dred men by explosions while the English loss is under one Hundred killed and wounded. As the British and French forces Hava been much Cut up by disease and losses reinforcements Wero urgently called for from England and France and were Forth coming. During the past two weeks 4,000 men bed been sent from England including among them detachments of the regiments recently from Canada the reinforcements make the number of British infantry in the Crimea 30,000. The French reinforcements Are on a still larger scale. Thirteen of the Twenty fou r Large Iron cylinders ordered it Woolwich for convey Ance to Sevastopol to blow up the sunken ships at the Mouth of the Harbor have been completed and shipped for their destination. Each Cylinder contains 1000 lbs. Of powder which is to be ignited by a Bat Tery. 1 Welve the two heavy gun rid each have been ordered by the War office together with forty floating batteries with seventy guns each All to be ready a the Spring for an attack upon a Ronstadt a Camp of 10,000 men is to be formed at Ald Esbit for a Spring Campaign in the a Jaitin. Russia has two Hundred thousand men facing the austrian Frontier while Austria Boa embattled along her Frontier from Cra cow to the Danube 200,000 men and 25,-0 00 in the principalities. Both sides show great activity. The latest news with regard to Prussia is that on the 27th ult., the car refused Entrance to the prussian ambassador at St. Petersburg. It is Gen. Nicholas who is reported to have gained a Victory Over Schamyl Mir fro Senara on the Frontier of circassian. The order prohibiting or. Soule from passing through France has been a drawn. V arrival of the Herman. New York nov. 24. The steamship Herman reached her Dock this morning. She brings 204 Pas sengers. Her dates Are anticipated by the Canada and we find few additional items. Reinforcements under Gen. Danenburg were approaching Sebastopol Omar Pasha had sent 30,000 men to Varna. 4 a russian dispatch says that on the 28th and 29th of october the weather to it Black sea was terrific. The Allied Fleeta were obliged to run out to sea and the besieging armies drenched by rain were Ana Bla to keep up the fire. Soule was in Paris on the then to it to Bordeaux. The French government in withdrawing the prohibition intimates that no disrespect was Ever intended the United states but the exclusion was entirely on private grounds. The american ship brother Jena can was wrecked on Point Arney rocks after coming in collusion with the we Penn the adjournment of the convention of the Railroad representatives met at the Astor House last night and passed a Serlest of important resolutions in regard to bag Gage going off their lines adjourned to meet next month. The grand jury have found an indict ment against Geo. Cooper and Jas. Taylor for Noel on James w. Carter the Fonow candidate for j anything has Somme Peeel suits against the courier and enquirer an4 Tribune for libel the ship Omar Pasha arrived Ioda a from Antwerp and report 00 eases of Chol Era during her passage 80 fatal on the 24th of october the ship Glen Bourn from new Orleans 04 Days Ewt for Havre was fallen in with and reported loss of one Fourt h of her Crew from Stu Obj few it

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