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Logansport Canal Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 15, 1827, Logansport, Indiana Iblis had by Lasselle amp Dillon. dollars per annul in Advance two Gollata and fifty cents at six met this or three a dollars at the expiration of the year. Teems of lines or let in a a red three times for $1, each continuance 25 cents. Office on commercial Row oppo site the Post office. Cash. Oast rashly for this we strip and toil from a morning until night Soma plough the sea and Soma the soil some practice Coke and others Hoyle on politics some write and All who wish Cut a dash must have their pockets crammed with Cash. I Oifer you my service sir and my Good Wislick too Pray How much arc you Worth a year your pocket ii too Short i fear help my projects through if so your service is i it trash but i m your Man if you have Cesli. Behold those inter citing girls who smile Jive Ziely Sweet quite Good enough for lords or Earls whose snowy Teeth and Raven curls Are very hard beat indeed the sweetest girls on Earth my Tell How much they re Worth. And love is bargained for and a old by rules precise and narrow chair ire from the Mould he was of old Llis Juicer is of burnished Gold. And Silver every Airow and now Whene i he l ends Liis Bow lie s Apt Lay a Fortunie Low. Forca Sii we sail the Ocean o or. And Many a Distant the of Casl. Condemns the poor. And Cash Lubars uie prison dour. And set. The convict Iveel Stron ier than learning of the Sci tools tie destiny of a uth Cali rules. Without it Man but badly fares in All terrestrial things and alien while he bravely bears life s Lem Cost. And its Load of cares and Willil s beneath its strife do in when Cash exerts no Power he sinks like a no it i Rte l Flower. Kim Lig rup vol. , Liui riia la at re a april t.?, i8s7. Fit the Corn Market genially were it adopted. Hundreds of thousands of bushels arc annually destroyed by bids particularly by the Blackbird and Crow which might be Deil Royed by a very simple method. The Birds pull it up the moment it appears above the ground and rat the seed. In order prevent this destruction the Farmer should first soak the seed Well in soft water until the chit is just on the eve of bursting through i then turn it into a vessel of , made soft by moderate warming and stir it thoroughly until every Grain is Well coated when it May Well be separated for planting. Work in some pounded plaster when planting and this seed the Birds will not disturb it will come up rank and Fine and pay Well for the trouble. If the Corn is not soaked Well before coating with tar it will not be Apt come up As the tar will naturally prevent the necessary moisture from penetrating it. This has been tried by Farmers who never could get a Good crop of Corn in any other Way and succeed . Y. Sun. Something new. Corn Oil. Oil made from Indian Corn Maite is now used by Many families in this City As a substitute for the sperm Oil it is equally transparent of a goo 1 color and has no bad odour As sperm his and is not concealable by any degree of cold we have had this Winters in 5d a it is made at Norwalk in this stale and May be Iliad of or. Allen druggist at the Corner of main and fifth streets. Half a gallon of Oil May be taken from each Bushi l of Corn without interfering with its production of whiskey in distillation and the half Gal Ion of Uil is Worth 50 cts. Being equal the whole value of the whiskey say 3 Gallons in a Itu Hil of Corn at the Price it was a few years Sincel it is the interest of every distiller adapt his Mac Linery the purpose of extracting the Oil from i a Corn As it Wuu add greatly his profit and in a few years we May Export largely of this article in Lien of paying the present extravagant Price Foi sperm . Daily Gaz. Being chiefly perpendicular was much of a horizontal and the exterior Wall being insufficient sustain it gradually pressed out and in spite of the certificate of experienced builders that All was Safe and Well finally Gary Way and the greater part of the building tumbled into ruins. The crash was Hen red nearly Liaf a mile but fortunately no lives were . A trs , a. Fei Rumary 2jil st e a boat st. A a u1s. 0 \ Rafi Ura of of be list inst. We paid mexican stamp Ami Many of them arc Conn n visit l Ili in ily sup a m the currency of Missouri. Until within two years past the currency o Missouri con it i cd almost exclusively of Dol Lars and Tiu. Bills of tie Bank of the in itch states. Since Liat notes of the Bank of Illi Nois Ouie ibanies and Girard Banks i ii Ladelphia. And of the merchants and me i Elianic Bank of a. Have got con Sid. Raly into circulation on the Western Side of quot the . The Dollar in circulation the. Iii Are generally from Mexico or of the of ii team l oat Arcini Seclure. The immensely of Titis vessel can be now belter conic Rehei Ide l in its unfinished stale than if fully completed. F rom information received on Board her dimensions Are. 205 feet straight keel 23 feet beam 9 4 feet hold. 2" >0 feel on the main deck 5 feet from out out. Will carry about one Hundred tons. The Maiti Cabin is Ai out 110 feet in length elegantly Finis red with convenient births on each Side opening into the Cabin and also the Side deck. The l Vidics Cabin is spacious and finished in correspondence tiie other parts of the vessel and the inmates it is destined accommodate. The Forward Cabin is near .39 feet in length and in finish Nowise behind the other apartments the whole forming a floating Palace. It May by some be regarded As trite l it o an old inhabitant on the l Ank of the Ohio Avis it such a vessel cannot but awaken the most contrasted reflections if in retrospect we occur Only thirty seven years past the commencement of this Century when the Clumsy Barge was the boast of River Craft when if slips were built they floated Down tie Ohio never More return who could then have dared predict the existence of the most Humble steam boat none. Their p03si be existence was subject of jest and such a vessel As the one we have this Day visited could Only exist in the minds of such men As Oliver Evans or Roert Fulton. It is however such specimens of improvement which w arms the heart and embolden the most ardent flight of the when darting a glance into the insure. Under such an influence we dare predict that the Beau Laiful Banks of the Ohio will Border a Chain of havens and when the splint i it a m visions on e Ever varying Hills will vie with Llie moving Minsio Isoa the water. When we Combine such views with the still More consoling pros Pec Tofari a a prove it in religion morals and a Neal a Jui rement still in Advance of accumulating population the Only regret mar the enjoyment of such anticipation is that we ourselves have lived an age too soon. Vevay with such a bought quot we hear a voice exclaim quot you have lived in an age of the mo.-astonishing transactions you have seen the Forest unbroken you have beaded the howl of the Wolf the scream of the Panther and the yet More appealing yell of tie ravaged you have seen the Earth stained in the blood of innocence shed by Savage hands a and you have seen All those gloomy Clouds dispelled und you can now move along the most Beautiful Stream of the Western continent in barks combining clean cd and Accomma Jatiya and social . Us Feit coins. Very Little Gold Money has found ils Way thither and not one in ten o or. Senator Benton s constituents have Ever handled a Golden Eagle. The commit dial Bank of Cincinnati is tables cd an Agency at st Louis but that a gency emitted few Bills and principally Orfu pied itself with profitable Exchange. Soon after the Agency commenced its operations ils vaults were numbered with Silver which had been carried into Missouri for the Purchase of land but the operation of the treas Ury order crippled the Agency and All the Western Bank so that any one of them could have been broken in six weeks. They were obliged refuse specie and instead of circulating freely it has become More scarce than it was prior the ordinance which required Gold and Silver in payment for Lane Missouri wisely changing her opinions on the subject of a Bank has i it eco obliged Resor one with a Ca ital office millions of which the state owns half. The productions of the state its improvements its Merchantable com Nio lilies absolutely require a currency which can never be supplied by the precious met unless they should be obtained and coined in some ratio proportionate her rapid increase in population and articles of Trade. Shamus have notes tickets or Bills of credit in Addi tion All the Gold and Silver she can procure or else half of the productions of the Fields and shops and furnaces and mines will he disposed of i barter or not disposed of at All. There is but one other alternative known men who understand political Economy which is this if paper currency based on the real and personal estate thereby represented shall be excluded there must be a perpetual increase in the value of specie amp a depreciation in ail other articles of Trade until a Penny shall be the Price of a labourer for a Day. Such depreciation could it insure a Metalic currency forever it would produce no real Good the Community. A Bank note giver in Exchange for the note of respectable Farmers May As Well i present a horse mule of or a lot of Oats wheat Mai hemp or tobacco As one Hundred Spanish milled dollars. It May be just As Good a medium of Trade As so much Gold. Bic Kuelps reporter. Money matters in new York. The Philadelphia Herald of thursday has be following paragraph a Good Deal of anxiety is now manifested in our business Community hear quot the news quot quot rom new York new Orleans and Europe every ear h open and every whisper heard lat breathes of Money and no one seems Enow what a Day or an hour May bring Forth n limes like the present Rumor is Ever abroad with her Hundred mouthed trumpet spreading Falie news throwing out mysterious hints and making free with the names of the Best men. Let not her reports be listened at East let them create no alarm. Truth travels slow but it is belter await her arrival ban hurry off upon the steeds of Rumor the Eit advice that can be Given is quot keep correspondence of the u. S. Gazette. New York wednesday noon March 22, 1837. 5 stocks have experienced Day a farther decline of from one three per cent. Such a general Lack of Confidence among comm a Cial men i do not think has Ever before been witnessed in this Metropolis. The Nigolia lion of paper backed by the Best names in the Community is next an Impo jii i iii Atul ven with Bank Stock As collateral Security com 3 6 per cent a month is deman led. With this state of things it is truly wonderful Llinat since saturday live not had a failure Worth mentioning. At an Early Lour this morning notices were stuck on the different bulletins announcing the failure of an extensive House in your City. The Josephs have not yet resumed and even in the minds of the most sanguine scarcely a Hope remains that they will. There have been no arrivals of importance this morning. The London packet is still detained by the Easterly wind that medium sized whole tubers give a better crop than sets of very Large tubers. 4. That drills or rows should be adapted the growth of the tops and condition of the soil the Small growing tops and those having larger tops partner a arts so that the Sun May not be excluded from the intervals and where the soil is stiff or the sods Tough Hills Are considered preferable drills. 5. That if the ground is Well prepared the seed Well covered they Are not Benei a by heavy earthing and that ploughing among them or Farthing them after they come in Bloom is prejudicial. 6. That the kinds Best for the table Are also Best for farm Stock containing a larger portion of Nutriment thai inferior kinds. While upon tie subject we will mention that our Friend capt air Jacobi Centre who Bias some time ago left pity going of the deep for ploughing of the Globe has invented a potato plough which is said greatly facilitate the gathering of the crop. As soon As we become satisfied of its Utility from our personal know pledge we Inie iid give a Cut and desc Riojun of it. Happily exists Between the two Chan tries should not be interrupted. The president of the United states sees with regret the Mir quot or tunes with which Spain is afflicted but trusts that tilt Wise prudent and Iiron administration of your majesty and your counsellors will tend Costa Elisii Shortl the peace of the nation and insure your majesty s subjects happiness and Public Wirich the Queen replied As follows. Sir i receive with the highest satisfaction he kind assurances which the president of the United states Renews by Means of so worthy a representative am Ever desirous preserve an draw still closer he relations of Amity which fortunately exist Between Spain and that country. It affords me pleasure toe cad your excellency a favourable reception and Coli hit Yoa the esteem which your countryman deserve at my his adventure. Extract of a letter from Korkee Hoar Poon a july. 8th, 1835.�?the writer having been out shooting Lay Down rest under a tree when suddenly he was aroused by the furious baying of his dogs. On turning round i beheld a Snake of lire cobra de Capella species directing its course a Point that would approximate it very close Ripon my position. In an instant i was on my feet i he moment the reptile became aware of my presence in nautical Plira geology it boldly brought with expanded Hood eyes sparkling and neck beautifully a cried the head raised nearly two feet from the ground and oscillating from Side Side in a manner clearly indicative of a resentful foe. I seized the nearest Wea on. Short Bamboo left by one of the bearers and hurled it at my opponent s head 1 was fortunate enough hit it beneath the Eye. The reptile immediately fell and Lay apparently lifeless. Without a moment s reflection 1 immediately seized it a Little below tie head hauled it i Ereath the shelter of tie tree and very coolly sat Down Exandine the Mouth for the poisoned fangs of which naturalists speak so much. While in the act of forcing the p. A five minutes before one p. Mouth open with a stalk i Felt the head Slid stoppage of one of the heaviest fur dealers in the City has just been announced. Arrived Brig Joseph. Hubbard 6 Days from Charleston. The packet ship Westminster is ashore on Oyster Island the Steamer Hercules has gone Down her assistance. Correspondence of the Philadelphia Herald. New York March 22 1837. A Dull Stormy Day no movements in Wall Street either of a physics i or monetary character. The Hope of the messes. Joseph s resuming payment is now entirely dissipated though promised from Day Day. In Stock amp a. There is no change of cons Quence. In the mean time hero All is Gay Lively Active and Busy in the solid and fashionable ii cles in spite of the More than melancholy state of the i us incas world. I arties balls theatre s and the like attract just As pm serous Audilio ies and guests As Ever and frenchmen like we Are All dancing and launching amid the distress that surround us. Or. Webster attends the bowery theatre this evening by invitation and visits the mercantile Library association s rooms at Clinton Hall. A deputation of citizens from new Haven have brought him an invitation visit that City. From the n. Y. Journal of Commerce March 22. The failures. The express mail of last evening dissipated the Hopes which had been entertained so confidently. That the House at new Orleans and Here which had suspended would be assisted r sume payment. Letters from Herman brigs amp co. Of the 12lh inst say that nothing had been definitely fixed upon and the statements is abundantly confirmed by other letters. The impression is now very Strong that no resumption of payment will take place. Important Farmers. An esteemed correspondent has Given us boric information relative the planting of earn which we think must be Higby use fun Farmeral and would per up a me a Bea new York. On Friday last four Coroner s inquests were held in Deitrei Cut parts of the City of n. York on the bodies of individuals who came sudden or violent deaths. And during the 21 hours ending at i o clock a. M. On the 11th, three buildings recently i acted fell Down so Flimsy and insecure was their Structure though supported by the certificates of master builders the last House that fell was Joseph s Bank at the Corner of Wall and Hanover st. Which was erected at the Cost of about 30,090 dollars. It was not finished within although the Walls were up and the roof on. The plan was make it i combustible and accordingly the floors were made of Stone resting on Arches. These Arches particularly those Sui Laining the second a or appear have be i too fli tyi that the pres Are in ipod of the potato. There is hardly any crop about the management of which a greater diversity of opinions seems exist than this whether we regard soil seed or Mode of planting and culture. The Liritis Board of agriculture with a View ascertain the Mode of Ipa aging the potato crop addressed a number of queries the principal Farmers in the kingdom calculated elicit the facts necessary Dot Ermine this Point. The circular and the answers were published in a Large Quarto volume together with the report of the committee charged with the arrangement and duplication of the facts. The statements Are variant so that the committee were unable recommend particular practice As that which was most successful in one Case proved defective in other cases. The Only important fact settled by the inquiry was Elvit potatoes differed very materially for the stall As Well As for the table. Since the Date of that publication however very Nice experiments have been made in great Britain particularly in Scotland and by or. Knight and also in the United states. From these we draw the following conclusions. 1. That in this latitude the potato is better both As product and flavor when grown on a warm and dry soil better on a moderately Loose and friable than on a hard compact soil. % that they do better on a grass Ley than on Bubble kind better with Long or unfermented Nuu aare Raff with Thori Mottek. Ing through Rny hand and my utter astonishment became aware that i now had contend against the most deadly of i a tiles in ils full seven Glt and vigor. Indeed i was in a moment convinced of it for As j i Henad my hold on its Throat its body became wreathed round my Nick and Arm. If the Reader is aware of the Universal dread in which i .e cobra de Capella is held throw Ighut India and the almost instant death which in invariably follows its bite he will in some degree Able imagine what my feelings were it in Rno ment a faint kind of disgusting sickness quot pervaded my whole Frame As i Felt the Clammy fold of the reptile lighten round my neck. I still held the Throat but Lipold it much longer would be in possible. Timsic Diatel beneath my grasp there was an in Ward working and creeping of the skin which seemed be assisted by the very firmness with which i held it my hand was gloved finding in Defiance of Myes tort that my hand a each instant forced close Rny face an idea struck me that were it in my Power trans fix the Mouth with some Sharp instrument it would prevent the reptile from usin its fangs should it escape my hold. My gun Lay at my feet. The Lar Rod appeared the very thing required which with some difficulty 1 succeeded in drawing our having Only one disengaged. My right firm was now trembling from Over exertion and my hold becoming less film when i happily Suc eed cd in passing the Rod through the lower jaw up its Centre. It was Irol without it it a Sidra ble hesitation that i let go Rny hold of the Throat and seized the Rod in both hands at the some time by bringing them Over my head with a sudden Jerk 1 disengaged the old from my neck which had latterly become almost tight enough produce strangulation. There was then Little difficulty in freeing in right Arm and ultimately throw the reptile from me the Earth where it continued twist and writhe itself into a thousand contortions of age Aud agony. To run Loa neighbouring Stream Lave Rory neck hands and face in ils Cooling Waters was my first act if Ler dispatching formidable enemy. This Conlu jes a True though Plain . Asa moral it May prove that when a Man is possessed of determination coolness find Energy combined with Reasor he Wui come ant though he m by have circus went tie Subtle the Snitke or combat the ferocity of the Tiger. From the floridian extra copy of the treaty of peace. Capitulation of the s minted nation of indians and their allies by jumper ilo Lacoochee or Davy and Yah Loochee representing the principal chief Micanopy and fully empowered by him entered into witly major general Thomas s. Jessup commanding the United states forces in Florida this sixth Day of March one thousand eight Hundred and thirty seven. Panicle 1. The chiefs above named agree in behalf of themselves and the n Ilion that hostilities Liall cease immediately and shall not he resumed. Article 2. They agree and bind themselves that the entire nation shall immediately Enid finite the country assigned Triem by the president of the United states West of the Mississippi. Article 3. Until they emigrate they will place in the Possession of the general con manding tie troops hostages for the faithful performance of their engager Nonis. Article 4. The indians Liall immediately withdraw the South of the Hills Borough a. Those Lound North of that River and a line drawn from fort Foster due East from it the Ocean without permission of the general commanding after the 1st of april will be considered hostile. Article 5. In ajor general Jessup in behalf of the United slates Agi pcs that these mingle so and la Weir allies who come in emigrate the West shall be secure in their lives and properly that their negroes their Bona file pro Yerty shall accompany them like West and that their cattle and ponies shall be paid for by the United states at a fair valuation. Arlle c. That the expenses of the movement West shall be paid by the United states. Arli let. That a in chiefs warriors and their families and negroes Liall be subsisted from the me they assemble in Camp near Trimpa Bay unti Limey aii Ive at their Homes West of Tiu Mississippi and twelve months the . In thu expense of the United Clafus. A article 8. Tiie Chieh and warriors with their families will assemble in the Camp of be designated Ivy the commanding general As soon As they can and at All events by the Width of april. Yali Loochee will come in it once with i people and the other owns will follow As fast s possible. Article 9. Transports vill be ready take lilo indians with i Hir negroes off their Western Roinel. Article 10. Micanopy Avill be one of the hos Ages. He ii visit the commanding Gen Oral and will remain near him until his peo pie Are r Jady move. Article in. All tie advantages secured the indians i y the treaty of Payne s Landing and not enumerated in the preceding articles a eco Gai red Ami secured them. Signed at Dade on the Goth of March by general Jesup and four of the i Nipa chiefs. Is reputation and he should be Ever Rendy a give the people an account of ids cont Lucand place it in u veritable Point of View More especially should he do this when ens Sion is enlisted against him. I Sha also i a before Congress r. Hal a Corn Eive be the most efficacious Erie ans Minaric Var leaving Thoni o adopt is if measures ii icy May judge . The Munfor innate Sturt a on in which quot i be prisoners of i Jacinio Fiti tii a 5elv a for the compassion of the go Ernne and i implore Thau oms Iasi in a i for them in tii ardent manner. Tic Lille pc uni Ryas Isi ance which is afforded Tiu a by Way of inc a Orleans enables Vliem Subit and i Conre the vestments which arc ice unfortunate men by a heir la erty a us if do not come their Aid they arc in such great distress it will or sri in Dii the m quot st ird Crit defenders of or country s Causo. On my departure from was inform cd by or. Samuel a a Nus Nii kind proceeding is am ind Chotei or my life and Liberty that it was Llis iii Enion in a the prison is at the dispose ii not the my Iran Consul ill now Orlean. In order lii Tho Send Vera Cruz but is Inu ice Ltd has been spoken Oisiu e Jiniv under the commit d of his i Occil Finicy i cd quot r ral of division. Don i i ,ii i that Ilon Slon c Mit a a us that 1 myself would Nul have Cecii i Liberty had 1 deferred six Days Loo Jar my Despai sure for the lower classes in thai country Are very violent. The pleasure i feel in again tread Rig upon my native land after us Many outrages and tribulations i have endured that . I say was considerably limit shed when was told tha theve were some individuals believing my disgrace was so in i it i the greater Hec Jas. I had betray pm my coins ii a id Corn promised her Independence. Withall betray and Jet so dear my heart 1 Olio Lave so i ien fought preserve her inviolable 1 Wiiki in not be better that 1 Shoul j perish in the raid of my enemies Titan Liat should be the Mark of so serious a just an coming iro tri my own countrymen in this Case As Well a in Many oilers j have been the victim of calumny and in order pm ice in self beyond the Power of a Siose Hartes i should pro test your excellency Aud in like face of the entire Worpul that 1 obtained my Liberty without subscribing any conditions whatever and that Naillier before nor since that conjuncture 1 have not and 3 with any one let him be who he May any a onto incl that might bring reproach upon the National Independence or Honor or place in jeopardy the integrity of the territory .at, accordingly i could have Given no Guanu Ilies wive Ever any individual or government rela Sivc the it be pretended stipulations and before consenting cipher willing or through Force any such conditions a would have suffer a a thousand deaths before subscribing Sulci terms. Your excellency Wil be please d make known All triese the president and interim and him on Accinni of the place which reigns Tuou about us or Public under the auspices of tiie new c Licia mental Laws which the nation has or act d through i the medium of their rear Csc Rua tivi e. I Pray Yon oui pc Colency accept the Assurance of my High consideration and profound esteem. God and Liberty Lycra Cruz feb. 20, 1837. Antonto Lopez i Auka. At the conclusion of this letter another follows addressed o tia president a interim himself Don Jose Corro la is h it a a Chieti tion of the quot foregoing Leo reiterates in the same positive manner that he has not entered into any engagement further the recognition of Texi m Independence. Our minister Spain. The following account of the reception of tie american minister or. Elton at the Spanish court is translate id from the Madrid Gazette of the loth of , Gaz. Or. J. A , the envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary from the United states of America near her majesty had the Honor of an audience with the August Queen Regent at the Royal Palace on saturday the 3sth inst. At 6 o clock in the evening and delivered his credentials addressed Toher majesty As follows quot Madam in presenting myself before your majesty i have much satisfaction in saying by the authority and instructions of the president of the United states that he views with the greatest pleasure the amicable relations which subsist Between the government of the United states and that of Spain and desires with the liveliest interest As i do likewise that the perfect Harmon of Bich from Mexico. The following letter from general Santa Anna we find in the government paper of Mexico the Diario del go Ebierno. It is addressed the minister at . O. Bee. Your exc Dincy a i addressed you in Tex-?5s, on tie 23d november last an official com runic Ilioiu requesting you make Knos n his excellency the president and interim that having obtained my Liberty i was about visit the United states and should embark at Baltimore after having visited the capital Washington 1 accomplished this Long and painful voyage following the Steps of those by whom 1 was accompanied and i have Arr ived at this port Day in a United slates National vessel which the president general Jackson had the kindness place at my disposal in order that i might make the passage safely and commodious by. I leave Morrow Formy country Reid nce at Mango de Clavo where 1 expect be unite my family of whose situation i have been entirely ignorant for one year past. In that peaceful Retreat which 1 have determined never again quit i quot so you give me a detailed account of the event by which 1 was placed at the disposition of the enemy and All that has transpired during my Captivity and which has been the Means of i our ing for me so much calumny and vengeance. I shall Send you All the documents upon that subject through the medium of col. Juan Almonte in order that the i resident and interim May have a knowledge of them. In the interval i shall devote my Thielo compiling and publishing a document detailing clearly the circumstances of the unfortunate Campaign Texas this step is Neces a Ary the Public Man desirous preserve from new Orleans. The True american Oil in it i inst. In der its commercial head we Are Falicon on singular and anomalous times. In Ine midst of unexampled pros Emily when All the avenues of Trade Are open when Money is abundant for the Ordinary operations of Commerce we Are called upon record several extensive failures involving an Arn Nunt almost alarming the general credit. On saturday one of our largest and most houses failed for seventeen million carrying with it full five millions More. When and where this is Slop know not. Tie Range for speculation has been so great that there is no estimating the amount of incurred. It does not appear have been confined real is fair. Our trading in the Staple articles of tie country on the part of n favored few has led this disastrous state of things. Yet in the midst of these extraordinary failure the business of the country is going on . This is a proof of the stability of our mercantile friends. It is tii ought Llma some houses which have stopped payment will be Able resume Busini in a few Days. The same paper of the 7lh hns the following item the failures continue. To Day two More houses went by the Board. What the effect is be upon stocks we cannot say but so far As the general business of the City is concerned we do not apprehend any serious result Aird on the 9th it says. We must hear from new York before we can know the True result of failures in this City. Report Speaks of the stoppage of a Large concern a in new York but we put no Faith in tie Rumor Apple Trees. A in Bohemia has a Beautiful Plantation of the Best sort of Apple Trees which have neither sprung from nor grafting. His plan is Tako shoots from the choicest sorts insert them in a false and plunge both into the ground caving Liui i i Inch or two of the Sii oots above tir rhe potato nourishes the shoot whilst it pushes out roots and the shoot gradually Spring up and becomes a Beautiful tree bearing Best of fruit without requiring be Gea Fht

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