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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - May 8, 1858, Indianapolis, IndianaLinoir. W tie re of huge in aug out of Grain b sold my carried off instead a i Wing fed out to a lock they Aro a oiling their land by the Bunuel in t he shape of wheat and Corn and thai for a Price utterly ruinous. Con Meree founded upon such agricultural Economy of this must come to an end. Although the in str will continue to he avenged on posterity even to thu Liuni and fourth generation. Tate amp tag fact of n who pred of the a Oil it amp Niu out too boldly to be denied. The great irreversible Law of american agriculture appears in the constant and increasing diminution of agricultural products. Without any Advance in Price. It follow just in proportion that capital is disappearing and that labor received a diminishing Reward. Our country is growing debilitated and we propagate the consumptive disease with All the Energy of private Enterprise and Public patronage. _ Many foreign states support a population vastly larger or situate mile than we maintain and bold their annual increase but by the system of husbandry generally pursued Here the land b held until it b robbed of its virtue skimmed of its Cream and then the owner Selling his wasted Field to some skin Flint neighbor flies to Resli Fields with the foul purpose to repeat the same spoliation and this annual exodus which prevails Over All the older states Ami even of gins upon the first settlements of the new Stales before their re it Morter Bonier have lost right of the Savage painfully indicates Llinat we Hove reached the maximum of popu Inion our land will us Piort in the present state of our agricultural Economy. Our skill must be further do be Lotnel or Here is our limit the agriculturists have a in within a few Yean aroused to their own wants. The eager crowds which i bring the annual fairs of oar agricultural societies proclaim the Universal hunger there is for a pro founder information Louching that which comes Imam to their business and lion oms. They know to orc Are mysteries clearly concerning them and they Dina us of be amp ring and science a solution. Lot 11� have such colleges As May rightfully claim the authority of teachers to announce feels and fixes Laws Nuil to waiter broadcast that knowledge which will prove awful in building up a great nation. The Farmer Ami the Mechanic require special schools and appropriate literature quite a much a any of Tho so called Learned in Poi. We need a careful exact and registration of Experiment a Uch As can a made at thoroughly Arica Tiftic institutions and such As will not be made elsewhere. These tests and Diese table so furnished will give us whim reported and of ousted. Is provided for in this bid a rational induction of principle upon which we Way expect to establish a proper science and tie More widely gathered Aro tie facts tin sounder tie science. Discoveries will not be to Ruusu tel Forth until they live received Tho us ulious of a body less sanguine than the vendors of a Patent. We ii tel to test the natural capability of soils and tie Power of different fertilizer the relative value of different grosses or flesh fat and milk giving purposes the comparative value of Groin roots and Liny for wintering Stock the value of a Bushel of Corn Oats peas Earmle potatoes or turnips in pounds of beef pork or Tuut deep blowing As Well As drainage tie vitality and deterioration 01 weds Breeds of animals remedies for the potato disease and Lor All tribes of insects destructive to Cotton wheat Ami fruit crops. Triesc and Nauy More Ore questions of scientific interest even beyond their Xinpu Trancu in the researches of the agriculturist. Agricultural schools and colleges in Many portions of Kuro no Are a marked Len Turu of the ago. In our own country the general want of such places of instruction has hem so to lust states societies and individuals have attempted to Supply it. Though necessarily in tinted measure. Henri Fol Lack Quot of funds has retarded their maturity and. Usefulness but there Are Souie examples Liko that of Michigan lit rally Mij muted by the state in Tho full tide of Ejier Imant. Ii this Hill shall pass institutions of tin character required by the people will Spring into life and not Auguish from poverty and neglect in Tho highest civilised parts of euro a it we find the governments alive to Tom wants of agriculture. They Nave established ministers of instruction Model arms experimental farms botanical gardens colleges and a Large number of secondary schools with no other Pur Kimtlian the improvement of the i Aruis and farm to of the respective countries. The effect sin tie largest degree Lac arable to the Propios Ami to increased production. In Prussia agricultural colleges and schools for the Mechanic arts and higher trades Are liberally sustained and with a Muli larger stall Quot of professors than is common in the United states. In Saxon there arc a number of Experiment stations or sex pen mental farms with Labom tories attached and five or More schools Cochu Ivor for agriculture. There is no country in die world where agriculture an Ltd All branches of Industry Are pursued with More Enterprise and Success than in this Little monarchy. Belgium Lias its agricultural school also and great opportunities for general education Are Given especially in the larger towns. Hen farming is conducted most 011 a scientific the locomotive ctr it Lias been the regular custom t for the City clerk and City treasurer for the Las eight or ten years to prepare an annual statement of the receipts and expenses of the City and this state Quot ment hat invariably been published As Early As we could get it and generally before the annual cite election this year the statement was prepared by the clerk similar in form to All that precede it Ami at our re quest we were Fumi lid a copy. We consider Lii a Tate men it great interest to the tax payers As it is the Only Correct report that is made of the receipts and 1 disbursements of the City and we were glad to Lay it before our readers one month after it was made but in Advance of All Cote Motarie. In addition to the Chicks annual report the t Ream re a or. King furnished us with the statement Wlinich we published la�1 City election in this cite 1 week of the awes ments us amount collected and the tuesday resulted in All the Republican candidates be a in Hunt a Kilm Quetu the Talcum in of the treasurer ing elected by an average majority of near three Bun it Quot we Quot a a to a Lilly Correct for the Yearou that dred. As we anon ced Iasi set a the contort was or King Ditl not a a rude on or two items in the As purely of a party character and was warmly contest a in Cut but it it my ,rm3 in the receipt al the republicans fell Judi Montover Tho remit and let 1,r thought would about Ixia not them and make Hail a grand glorification on wednesday evening while the Vod Quot a a a bottle. Either Way from the on saturday May 8, 1858. Iii Jtj of up mkt to no of in. Locomotive woo it will it Law it re born so for it Uby Erik re. In Iscum Ivyll a 9 from too Flo Nofort Public Ion 4a. The dam Carat were proportionately depressed m spirits. The Council remains the same tills year to lug it was last except Liat or. Pratt takes the place of or. I Lurvey. The following is the vote candidates. N. Maisoll. A it. K. A p Kobo a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a. R. Gnu Rwm. A . To of Wotier. To. H. Wax. To inn. J. Jam Rwy if. T mrs to in in n ism 4w a a 14-2 it amp amp 333 Uto of in a or 1-0 100 tue in Ima set is 1� tar is tins 11 a Xia to a its Moran a nor a tsi i Ihbe to re Ltd As Lea Toyi a set to fan to 11m a a. P. Mcginnis. Ill Ion or All awl my ism �minits8. V. Off few. .47n Lutzk Tim 1791 to Mai a ii. K. Kii tiu.4ji to 10 in i 9� Aoi new j won nr4ttfj or tit to tfx 17 �?�0. Ii idiot of Ltd a a Liu 3 14 la a a for <2tf 340 it it it it a Milf Iorii a a. Quot is am 1-7 in 379 Joi a is httm.4�if> ii 137 2u0 ip9 34 10401 a. A a �i1 i57t ii a Mir in a we .1343 a let 154 ammo it. I. L. A Rry do a a a. Tapir of Tho his. To Dell Kofl a of vhf Rill a. Toifl marked with a a Art demo Cradle. Councilmen. First . Refit Ucas. Ibex Socrat. J. K. English 5w r. Talkington. 838 Shook War. A. G. Porter 287 c. Youngerman 79 Tuitto Wabu. J. S. Pratt 288 c. Kin fou tii Ward. E. Locke 191 j. A. Wonnell Rumi War. J. Burk 192 s. Me Abb 228 sixth War. W. Mclain 281 m. North. 286 Skuk kit War t. Cottrell 413 c. Yeager. 308 important embryo slate that has occupied almost exclusively the attention of Congress for the last five months Lias been finally disposed of. For the present session at least Liy the passage of the English Bill just As it was published by us last week Liis Bill has been signed by the president and is now tin Law of Tho land. By its Pruvis Iotis a vote will be taken at an Early Day on the ordinance of air Lecompton Constitution As amt led. If that is accepted Kansas will be declared a state under the Loco mum constitutions if it is rejected tii a the people can make a new Constitution when the territory contains a population of 98.600, or the same number of inhabitants that comprise a congressional District in any state now in the Union. If the people of Kansas should accept the proposition there is no question Bat that will be the end of the matter but should they re Jert it it will be an o in question and probably a troublesome one until it is Fiu Aliy disposed of. Whether the proposition will be rejected or accepted is we gave. On saturday morning tie Day our paper appeared the journal published a statement chaining error in an article that it said would apr year in our a a per. And on Somlay it reiterated it attempting to Point to errors Oli Taim a from a different source and entire different. If those statements published by us Are incorrect if the journal will furnish us a corrected one we will publish it but the journal knew As Well a we did Liat the reports were Correct lint it was willing to sacrifice Flint Little character it Lias for veracity to gain a Small temporary Jiu Titial advantage. It made no difference to the journal whether it was Correct or false if it could create the Inspru Sitka they were untrue and gain a political advantage thereby. To say the statements published Are Correct Anil the author of the Jow Natt article is a falsified unless he furnishes Evl Dence to die contrary. The treasurer and clerk Are Bath Somji Eton in every respect and we know they would not furnish a statement that was not True. It a great reduction in tie prices of wheat Corn Rye Oats potatoes Ami almost every thing raised by the Farmers except Wool and Luix Lias fallen Uff in Price in tie Eastern markets full one third from Flint it was one year a go but a pc d. Yount have on hand a Large stuck of Woolen goods that they Luthc manufactured through the Winter and Spring which they Are trailing for Wool and allowing the a Aino that they Del last Spring and Selling their goods Low Farmers would do Well to give them a cell and examine their goods Anil three lulling Wool o Rani spin or to manufacture can get it done there of Good Anil As Low As at any factory in the county. Factory Uear West a Mills. Indianapolis. The subject of discussion in All the leading papers but basis so that Belgium squirting a population of this can Only be decided by the people of Kansas them three Hundred Anil thirty six to the Square mite in a 1 climate inferior to that of Kentucky or Virginia which avenge Only Twenty six and Twenty three to lie tap Iare Niile is the first in rank Aiau agricultural slate in Europe. This preeminence is Clu etly the result of scientific attention to manures. Fanic from the rime of a Napoleon Lias done much for agriculture beet sugar the Mulu Rry the grape As Well As Merino sheep and the Tibet goal Nave it Revod Imperial attention. To expense is shirked in the cause of agricultural science. Her botanical gardens chemical laboratories physiological museums and schools for instruction in the but Rinaro Art Surj miss All others in existence and. With her five agricultural cob Leges and almost one Hundred schools Are rapidly elevating the farming population of the Empire. Colleges and schools of agriculture Are numerous in great selves. M a a a Fatai. on wednesday morning a woman named Jenn Etta Sherwood wan killed m tie Union depot in this City by the cars of the Belle Fountaine Road backing Over her. She was 63 years of Safe an Emigrant from Scotland which she left three works ago in in Sipany with her lid and. Son. Two grown it laughters and several grandchildren and was going to Missouri. Her body was severed and badly but by the wheels Aud her limbs much mangled. An inquest was fold by Coroner Morfitt and the jury to to Rcd a verdict in a Collance with the above facts attaching to blame to any person connected with to a , wish to place it on record now that it May be referred to in after years that or. Calvin . Re Tiki is exerting himself in doing his fellow men a goal Bluit will be appreciated hereafter if not now and will justly entitle him to the above name. Mainly through his Norum Antolity a Row of handsome Shade Trees is being set out on Pennsylvania Street from Ohio Street to the donation line and securely and safely boxed. When three Trees get Large enough to shelter passers by from the heat of the Sun they will to appreciated Aud this Row of Trees will to the Pride of our citizens if they Are properly protected. Who is there on Meridian Street that will follow or. Fletcher a example out it a annual report of the officers of this society were presented at a meeting on wednesday evening. The treasurer s report for the last year show that the receipts were $1,091 12, and Tho expenses 81,005 31, leaving a balance on hand of $28 81. The reports Are lengthy and show the society to to in a prosperous condition. The following arc the officers of the society for the ensuing year president mrs. Elj Zabu. Vice . S. Smith mrs. Aus re Morius mrs. E. Paxton. ?. Ii. Al Buck Wood. . E. Richmond. Man Oerr a in s. Smith mrs. Giran mrs. E. Wilkin mrs. A. Brouse mrs. Lockwood mrs. Browning mrs. Hanna. Mrs. Brownell or it. Drew mrs. A. Vav. Morris mrs. Chapman. . Damaon mrs. A. We Tainan mrs. . Landis mrs. Or. . Gen. Elliott. Mrs. Lehr mrs. Ohr. Airs. James Southard mrs. Hale mrs. Julia Ross miss Belle sheets mrs. Minerva Porter. Advisory committee capt love or. Sinker air. Dillon or. Bradley or. Wilkins or. Jackson or. A. G. Willard air. Yandes air. I Larri on Gen. Elliott. Britain but their is greatly restricted on to it int of the limited attendance arising from the jealousies of caste. In Russia the cause of Zigri culture holds a deserved prominence. Of colleges schools and special schools devoted to agriculture rms a maintains a greater number than any other nation France Only excepted. Thus we Buli Ohl the Suffrages of All the Wiser civil fixed nations a favor of the measure contemplated by the Bill under i Onvil cration. If Oiler nation Advance though we but Mue we Are distanced. The country is of Steved to be overwhelmingly in favor of tie establishment of these . A Uliey Are As much needed and will be As gratefully accented by one Section As by another. More than four a Fth of our Poji Ulai Ion Are engaged in agricultural and mechanical employments. Pass this measure said or. Morrill in conclusion and von will have done a something to enable the Farmer to raise two Blades of gneiss instead of one a for every Otu a of land a something for All who desire to own land a something for cheap scientific education either the Road or Devol. The caledonian society Taxa the remains of the deceased in charge and had them interred wednesday afternoon. The bereaved husband and children took an evening train for st. Louis. Gas Gas company purchased till week about 150 Ion of Gas pipe to extend the Light in the City. This pipe will Lay Between two Aud three Miles and it is proposed to Lay it around tie Ladison depot to the Cincinnati Central and Bello Fomine freight depots on Illinois Street North Delaware Meridian Ond wot Maryland streets. Besides this Extension of pipe tie company expect this year i to upend some 86,000 in renewing Aud enlarging part of their works. City amount of injury done annually by cows in this City is not easily estimated. One of the great beauties and blowing of our City is the handsome shrubbery in the in Riff. And the Shade Trees on the Street. These Are maintained at a great expense of Money Aud time and Are greatly prize not so much on account of their intrinsic value As by the labor that has been bestowed on them the time it has occupied in their growing and the ornament and Protection they furnish property. Our City fences with very few exceptions Are lawful Fence within Tho meaning of the statutes the Gate Are Well Hung with proper fastenings and yet there is not one Yard to fifty Liat the cows of the City do not get into. Tie City cows Many of them can open a Gate As skilfully As a person and they go from one Gate to another open them browse on the grass and shrubbery and the owner is left with no redrew. We have seen this Spring Trees Liat have been Sot out broken Down the top eat off and the tree killed by cows that would deliberately walk from one to the next until a entire Row was injured or mutilated. An industrious cow of this kind can do More damage in a Day or night than Pennsylvania property holders on Pennsylvania Street have made a Good move in planting Shade tree by planting a Row of Fine Dora in Rui us Wii Dunc i ii Sunui 1t. A a a a a a a a a a a a i a it a a a a a a a a something for Verv Man Olio loves intelligence be roes ? 1 Vogt a University Square. Of a m is Worth in a year and those that suffer a and not ignorance if these Are permitted by cattle and boys to grow mrs n l Urac left but a polite notice to Tho a something to induce the banners a sow and Lang Tlle that took an Active share in getting them Plant 05rncri Wick n,.uu in Tiloi Lin ,. Now we a tend Tut of will refer to to a years hence win. A just Pride. A Ftp Wenj hat citizen a a right to keep a it would be Wall if the whole Square was surrounded i nov or my a a a a a Pupunu Cit i Law win a in. With Trees will the owners of property on the other Lan a Tbod property 0f Iff neighbor and in fast so ten to Settle and Cluster around the old a something to remove the lost vestige of pan i risk from our land a something for peace Good order and the Lif Itter support of Christian Church cd and common schools j a a something to enable sterile railroads to pay dividends a something to enable the people to Bear the enormous expenditure of the National a something to Check the passion of individuals and of the nation for indefinite territorial expansion and ultimate decrepitude a something to prevent the dispersion of our population and to concentrate it around the Best lands of the Enon Trva places hallowed by Church Spires and mellowed by the influence of time where the Enn Sitmer will he flared at the door of the producer and thereby a something to obtain higher prices for All sorts of agricultural productions and a something to increase the loveliness of the american landscape. Scientific culture is the sure precursor of order and . Tribune. St school trustees were elected in each Ward in new Allway on monday last. W Ripe strawberries Are among the luxuries in new Orleans and new York Selling in the latter place for near a dime apiece. Smile a Lermit Pennsylvania Street to got ahead of them ? fit Quot a great Deal of fun in anticipated from the mule race to come off at the next county fair. Tie idea of Tho last mule getting the prize is a novel one and it really make it a contest with the riders rather than the mule. A Sli Ould not be surprised from what we Bear already if there was fifty mules entered for that Premium the Mote the merrier. Fit by reference to the Voto in the different wards it will be seen Liat the first Ward polls 912 vote the second 336. The third 422, the fourth 845, the fifth 420, the sixth 497, and the seventh 716. The first Ward Potla a Many votes a any two wards in the City excluding the seventh. Would it not be Well to change the wards so As to equalize them More ? fit a Sermon on the death of the late Rev. Do lev a. Two delivered in the Church of the Cove Nant. Puila. By the Rev. Stephen la Typo �o.d00 sunday the 25th of april can to obtained of Stewart leaving information at Tai of lire. When she can be amp Bowen neatly printed in pamphlet form. Found. Question the right of any person to keep a cow in a City unless he Keota her entirely on his own premises. We would a a the attention of every citizen to this matter and particularly thaw that take a just Pride in their Beautiful shrubbery and handsome Shade Trees. No Garden is Safe no Yard secure As even if the fastenings and Ropos used should keep the cows out an inattentive servant or child May leave a Gate open in a thoughtless moment Liat will endanger their care of years. The hogs have been declared by ordinance a Public nuisance and prohibited from running at Large while cows Liat do far More actual damage Are allowed to at pleasure. Think of these things. Fit Sli Ould any of our numerous friends residing in the Vicinity of the City happen to observe a medium sized red and White spotted cow with Small Horn both bored and ears slightly but irregularly cropped sup. Posed to have a Young calf they will Confer a favor that will be appreciated Ami cheerfully returned by this wooden country we think we no paving a urge Price when we pay ten cents a dozen for eggs. During the lat Winter they have not sold above that Aud frequently they ranged from six to eight cents. In new York the Case i Milf Crit Tremy five cents a dozen for eggs is called cheap and recommended at that Price for food in preference to meat of any kind. Our country Reader will be surprised As the tone of exultation in the following article Over eggs at twelve Rente a dozen which we copy from the new York Tribune. We will Here state that of the Indiana eggs referred to nearly five Hundred barrels were a hipped by the Mere. J. Amp a Bradshaw of this City. Cheat grumble at dear meat. Leave meat alone and buy eggs. A Twenty five eggs for 23 All about town these words and figures no to be seen. Eggs usually considered a luxury and quite out of the question As an article of daily food among the working Dames of tie City Are now actually Tho Etc Ariest food they can use. Take Tho average of eggs and we find they weigh two ounces each eight eggs to a Pound Eglit cents a Pound with less waste than in meat and less per Pound than anything of the meat kind at retail Price. Two eggs 2c. One fourth of a loaf of bread. 1 be. Butter 2e. Sugar and Tea l e. Foaling the Tea be. Total 8e. For a Gmal Hearty breakfast for a Labouring Man at outside Price. Tho Quantity of egg Dow in this City is enormously great perhaps greater than Erer known before and certainly they never Timve been known so cheap of late year As they Are now. For this there is Good reason. The to Nihil Winter was unusually productive of a gets. Mid Par tire who had wicked Large quantities in anticipation of High prices in Winter were heavy losers and Many of them will no More touch egg again than a Burnt child will touch fire. This throws a greater Supply of fresh egg on Tho Market Lien de nil the limed leg cd that have been sold at whatever was offered. Beside All this we Are now drawing our supplies from Region never before Realen a by our great City a Bria Rinn Arm. Egg from Ohio Indiana Afie Higan la Inoia Wisconsin and even from Iowa Are among the things common from those states in the new York food Market. Tie producer or egg merchant there have Learned How to pack eggs in Good sound strongly hooped flour birr eco using clean oat to fill All the interstices As compactly a the whole can lie shaken together pressing the head Laird Down on the top so that they Rome Here a thousand Miles by rail with very Little loss by breakage mid none on the oath Anil perhaps not much upon the barrels. It is the imm Omie Field that furnishes our Stock that enable us to live it All. The area that fed this City a few years ago would not furnish it now trn Fli event to prevent a famine. We Are indebted to Railroad for our ability now to eat egg at eight cents a Pound. We Are permitted by a Friend to make the fid owing Short extract from a letter from Harrison co., kv., to show the difference Between Kentucky and in. Liana both in improvements and convenience to Market a. A a there Are three new still houses in my neighbor Imode i would not Grieve much if they were All to Burn no to night All tie hauling and a plunging through the mud is to keep the a till houses in operation. There is bul one improvement in this county and that is a Inree wheat Mill in cynt Liana. The proprietors seen to be men of hns iness and Money and Are going ahead rapidly and Sav we can have a Market for our wheat right there at tie this Mill is ten Miles from the residence of the writer we done to think any Tanner in this county is com pc cd to haul Iii wheat ten Miles. Harrison is to y the Best counties in Kentucky a our readers can com. Pare Tho improvements there with those in Progress Here. Printer have used Reuben Hills printers furniture quoins shooting Sticks a. So Long that we have come almost to think Liat no other person could make them properly. Air. Usu in made this 111# head quarters for the last three or four years supplying All Neutral Indiana with Tho Best of furniture but in a recently removed to Cincinnati to make Liat in permanent Home. To the Craft in Cincinnati and al Scoliere we can recommend air Hills furniture us being True and accurate and the col. Himself As being a Linit rate Clever fellow. City new map of to City surveyed and arranged by Hart amp aug other is now being delivered to robs Erilien. It is a Large map giving accurately All tie additions and subdivisions with every House and building. It is a credit to tie gentleman that got it up. And will be a Beautiful ornament and useful addition to every Olliee and shop in the City. 9th ninth volume of Indiana re. Porta Are now ready for Sale by messes. Almerrill amp co. The publisher. This volume contains a number of very important derision More Linn any previous volume of Indiana reports. Among the principle can is Are Liat of Newell m. Gatling eighty is. French and the decision on the tie Hool Law. Lilis volume printed at this Olaco and for mechanical execution wil1 equal any volume of reports in the Union. Ride aka ladle of the degree of Rebekka i. O. O. F., intend giving a festival in the Lodge room on the evening of wednesday May 19. Daring the session of the grand Lodge at which they will lie pleased to see All Good citizens and All Good Odd Fellows. Public documents. Are under obligations to Hon. Jame m. Gregg Ai. C., for a copy of the explorations for the Pacific Railroad message of the president and accompanying adornments and other valuable Public documents. Fit the Spring term of the u. S. Circuit and the u. S. District courts will commence in this Rity of the 17th of Alny next monday week. To orc is a Large number of Imp mutant cases in the dockets of these courts. The May term of the supreme court of Indiana commences on the 4tli Aln Lav in inv. Good interested in improving their Stock of horse will do Well to notice carefully the advertisement of the trotting horse a a Vermont Morgan a a his Ped Ign a is Well attested and the fact Triatik was allowed to fully nature before of ing offered to the pub. Lie will be appreciated by thinking prudent Stock mis. Fit the local of the Indianapolis journal who is permitted to run All Over town makes a great noise of Nus gov. Will nil puts his cow in the slate House Yard. In thl City the fashion is different the Cain is put in the yawl while the cow runs at , Albany Ledger. Indiana and Illinois Central railway com. the regular annual election held by this company on tie 5th inst., the following gentlemen were elected director for the ensuing year John c. Campbell. Richard j. Gatting of Indianapolis Jeremiah if new of Danville a. S. Roache Rockville Samuel r. Biu Diwell Montezuma m. G. Bright Madison Indiana William Ai. Jones Edgar county James r. Hammett Coles county Robert Hopkins Cole county Benjamin Newman Quot Jacksonville we. Martin. Henry Prather Decatur Illinois. The following officers were elected. Jotty c. . President we Martin Vico president j. Sharpe see. And treat. Fl9 Trio total vote of new Aluvn at the election on last tuesday was 1,448. A ban Bui to bankrupt Law is no fore Congress embracing provisions of Quot which t a lowing is an abstract compiled by a correspond. For one we enter our protest against the passag any bankrupt Law and particularly one that has t retroactive feature. In this state to Ore such a Law would lie very unjust where there or one in a invent Man in a Hundred. There inv be in which i honest hut unfortunate men would by lived from hopeless debt that would be a of nerf but the great result would be in effect offering Indue ment to swindlers to impose on the in suspect credulity of their friends and after gutting in debt and living on the property of others to wipe it 0j by the Bank nip Law. We Are satisfied the passage of such a Law by Congress would be a very uni of. Ular move in Tho West tie following is the of st nut a emr. Toombs ism erupt Law is being actively Sid cred by the judiciary commit and it will Quot Pittl a ably be presented to tie Senate i Nelv next week. J. Is understood it will be a general Bill including individual corporations chartered tanks. And associating of persons authorized to i tue notes Bills a. It a provide for voluntary and involuntary bankruptcy and will by retroactive. The retroactive feature n be guarded so As to exclude All who subsequent to january last or any other time have made assignments in contemplation of the passage of a bankrupt 3 which gave preference to one creditor Over another and the bankrupt in such cases shall not receive a Dis charge unless Wilh the consent of a majority of creditors who live not been so preferred. Tie in suntan bankrupt by applies to eases where the debt exceed two thousand dollars and the person declare bankrupt is entitled a trial by Jurvy All transfers of property of any kind for the purpose of giving am creditor endorser or other Jurson any preference of priority Over general creditors to be null and void and the parties obtaining them to be sued for such amount As assets of tie bankruptcy. Wilh to Bank and others Issue of foyer Money they Are to come under the Bead of involuntary Ink erupts and in addition to Alt the liabilities which Aux a to individuals they mar in declared bankrupt for the non payment for ten Day after demand of any Bill note or other liability All the expenses of proceeding to lie paid by them. Ties interested and under no pretence to tie paid of the United states. These Are the general features of the Bill we believe. It is to go into effect next a Vernier if now fit i r. Stephenson president of the state Board of agriculture in tie Gree Eartle planner says Liat in ids opinion the common fowl of the country Are More Proff Tahle to banners than any of tie imported fowls. Lie says a a we mean the fowls that have been in the country a time out of mind a the old sort. They Are Beautiful Birds of All colors of medium size Good Layen Good nurses kind Mother a Able to make a living for themselves. They find a secure nest in the Fields or Woods often Hatch their Brood feed them on inserts without tie Cost of a emm of bread and a bin of sufficient size the Mother Ivil Lingle tenders them for the use of the frying a it an. In delicacy of flesh they Are excelled by no Bird of tie kind and in Liat most delicate part of tie fowl the breast boy yield at rat As much As a pair of non. J. J. Gilchrist presiding judge of the United states court of claims died in Washington on the 29th ult at the residence of his Friend or. Whelan the chief of the Bureau of Medicine and surgery. Judge Gilchrist a Ras a profound lawyer and the duties of his i Ilion with did us Guin hed ability. He a a a citizen of had filled the first judicial office in the state a that of chief Justice and upon the establish mental the court of claims by Congress Iva appointed by president Pierce one of Quot the judge. Judge Gilchrist Ivas in the prime of life being about forty nine year old and Immi every Prospect of a Long career of Honor and usefulness before Iii. Ilis death is greatly lamented by his associate judges and his acquaintances generally to whom lie had endeared himself by Tho Many excellent qualities of his head and heart. Ilis remains were taken to his Nativo state. Judge ,o1"massachilsetts, has been appointed to the judgeship Mode vacant by the death of Juile Gilchrist. Accession to ply Nouth sunday Morimi there was a very Large congregation at the Rev. Linen Ward Beecher a Church Brooklyn to occasion Wing special from the fact Liat a great number of Perron. Wore to be received into tie Church. The pulpit was tastefully decorated with Flower and in the rear were wreathed the word a for be were a a a sheep going astray hut Are now returned unto the a Shepherd and Bishop of your there were in All 188 Perron received in church�?163 by profession and 15 by letter. Fourteen wore baptised by immersion on thursday night and 42 were baptized on sunday morning. They occupied Tho five front Circle of seats and when tin articles of Faith were read to them by or. Beecher they arose and i towed their Heads. Some Twenty five of there converts wore connected Frith the Saba Mali school attached to the Church. Tie venerable Lyman Beecher. D., father of the pastor Sal in the Pupil tie Rev. Henry Ward Beecher preached a Short Sermon from ephesians in. 18�?16. Evansville Indianapolis and Cleveland straight line Railroad annual meeting of tie stockholder of this company w As held at the office of the company in this City at 2 of clock yesterday when the following gentlemen were unanimously elected director for tie ensuing year Hemr d. Allis John a. Reitz and John j. Chandler of Evansville James w. Cockrum of Gibson Youny Alexander Leslie of Pike county Wiliam Marou of Green county William al. Franklin of Owen county Hannibal k. Stevens and Cyrtis what Zell of Morgan co. David Williams of Indianapolis and Jer Miali Smith of Winchester Indiana the new Board elected the following officers for tie ensuing year president Jeremiah Smith. Vice president Henry d. Alii Secretary and treasure�?<tanie8groene. A vote of the stockholder was taken on the question of dissolving the company and abandoning tie work before the election of directors when 7,470 vote were Given Ngi tint a dissolution of the company and none for . Fit Quot Geo. Mouat has been appointed Register and Charles c. Campbell receiver of to land office Lor this d District to to the present incumbents whose term of office a expired. Small al a have still a few of Sullivan a Small nuts of the City the Only ones now in print for Sale. Price $1.00 each. Fly a a from our experience in printing the decision j of the supreme court of Indiana we think we Excel both in mechanical execution and accuracy in printing lawyers briels. Fit Wiley a old to Day at 2 of clock p. M., in front of the a a w right House Quot a Quot lot of ground East of Delaware Street t renting 67j feet on Alary Laud Stercl Ohio and Cincinnati Gazette says of this Road Ohio and Abissi Sippi Railroad company is worse now than any Prav Ioil time in its history. Not Only has the payment of interest on Bonds been neglected but the wage of Tho employees Liate been withheld to such on extent that an open revolt has been threatened. These defaults have Oce ured Wilile tin Road Lias been earning an average of $135.000 per month equal to $1,620,000 per year. Out of such an income the interest and expenses of the Road should cart Only have been pall and it remain to be explained Why the earnings of the Road have not been applied to the discharge of there obligations. I is

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