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Logansport Canal Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 15, 1827, Logansport, Indiana The Telegraph. Lio Gasport. Sat ?r1l 15, 1337. Jute Inal improvement. Tin Indk Napols Democrat and Many other papers in the state Are in favor of calling Contenti it a for the purpose of inking into consideration the propriety of classifying the Public works of Indiana that is dividing those works into first second and third classes and providing for the speedy Corii Cletion of such works As May come under the first class leaving works of the second and third classes to be prosecuted and completed is soon As pict Cable and expedient. In the pro Poi it a to Clasmay we fully concur. A proper classification of our Public works will Kenai to the state to Complete the most important improvements and Render them Pridu Clive at an Early Day while the present system promises tio thing but excitement embarrassment and delay. The convention is proposed to be held at Bloomington on the second monday in june next. Monroe Bank. A late Perry Burgh paper state that the Monroe Bank located in Michigan has stopped payment. Foreign Grain. The importation of wheat and other Grain into the United states from foreign countries May appear unaccountable to some of our Farmers. The anomaly is easily explained. A few years ago while tie Farmers of the United slates received sixty two cents per Bushel for their wheat they nothing to fear from foreign Competition. Bui the great amount of paper issued by Banks has so swelled the mass of our circulating medium that the value of tie currency has i eur ased it therefore requires a greater amount of this currency to Purchase a Bushel of wheat and the Farmers of Europe Are surprised to find that they can compete profitably with the agriculturists of the United Sintic. They ship their Grain to this country pay the Frei Glit and duly receive a High Price in paper convert the paper into specie and return hours a All the while wondering Why brother Jonathan quot who has so Large a farm cannot raise enough to support himself. Fou tilt . Geology. It Hall Yon exulting Peak whose Gli in Ninfi top ii like s dist int Star lie Low beneath the to Linc of the deep . Of All other Hisiro ies that throws Light on the changes and revolutions in Rush which our planet has in Sod and unfolds ils present Structure and Consi tuition combines most eminently the two fold attraction of pleasure and profit. Such is the province of Gro Loav. It Intro raises the student to the Mineral treasures of of the Earth to the great repositories of Hose quot Noble metals quot which constitute the Girrulat inc m drum and in pm t the we nth of nations. Earl irs Beaving bosom contains that shining dust vie nil desire. From its ample repository quot a. Implements alike the useful and the ornamental the As Well As the diadem quot Are derived. And if you Long for something beyond the reach of arts something of which mortal fingers cannot Frame something of riches of which no earthly Signet has set Virliie then go to the storehouses of geology a seek the Crystal in the c ivern dig the Diamond fro a the Noiin. In some of nature s Subterran it Ous Halls illuminated wit i phosphoric lilt if int and therefore the More fantastic and fairy a Ike a Guz j on the pendent stalactites transparent sparkling magnificent a and dream if you can of Beauty or brilliancy beyond. A glance at the surface suffices to reveal to the skilful geologist the arrangement and leading features Oft lie Mineral strata imbedded beneath. His is not the Bare Possession of the a Oil for the rudest purposes of Industry a if in the Depths Belov nature has deposited any of her Richcr and rarer fabrics he knows it and can profit by his knowledge at his Lei lore. On the other hand Little does the Mere Tiller i the soil dream what a near and boundless treasure he May fail to discover in consequence of his ignorance of Geol y. The spontaneous annual products of the clod Are almost All of Earth which the agriculturalists callous of geological enquiry can Call his own. The depth of his Furrow is the depth of iii knowledge he seeks not knows not Recks not what ample treasure peering from beneath the Sward he turned Woods his attention. Considering the grand geological features of our country and the infant state the Littie that has yet bean done to a eve top Corr Denil resource syn it is not extravagant to suppose that Many a weather worn Farmer quot May be scratching and toiling where he Fias scratched and toiled for years rewarded with a scanty Harvest Over the very surface which by a few feet of soil separates him from the most ample repositories of the precious metals. His very ploughshares May be rising along ridges of imbedded Ore Richer than mexican mines Ever produced. In this Light geology commends itself to every Man who owns or expects to own a foot of soil and who would know As he ought to know the extent of iii possessions. Indeed col oily is peculiarly a Farmer science and to which his a ii a pursuits Lead him and which he above All other men May easily study enjoy and turn to Good account and which he May most reasonably Hope to enrich by discovery and one in which wii Tever discoveries Are made redound most directly to the convenience riches and resources of the discoverer. To the Eye of the Mere theorist geology offers the most ample materials. How Shal we account for those awful lie Nomen quot where he Alibini Berrig earthquake lies pillowed on fire. And the lumps of bet Raen Ries boiling by Highel is the crust on which we tread but a cinder a and Are the volcanic mountains whose quot summits to heaven shoot sparingly Forth quot indeed but the chimneys of a vast vault of living fire occupying the entire Centre of our Globe How came the shells of the sea embedded in the crusts of the mountains everywhere these ruins of former worlds at once the evidence of destruction that has been and the Premoni lors of destruction that May be meet the Eye. The rocks forming what May be called the Skeleton of the Globe attest the igneous Agency to which at some Remote period it has been subjected. No less convincing is the evidence that it has More than once been completely destroyed that the mountains stored As they Are Wilh submarine deposits and the remains of animals whose Deli iii was the deep must once have formed the bed of the Ocean. And Hov Many quot reflecting gems quot thut once quot wooed the Slimy Bottom of the de Cipy quot now lie encrusted in solid Rock it boots not to divine. The time when and the circumstances under Wlinich these changes trans Rcd May be safely left to the Fertile fancies of Burnet Whiston co. To Settle As they see fit. \ it contemplating Tuhcic awful convulsions which have unsettled the roots of the mountains however injurious we m y be to Timeir origin we naturally regard them As links in a series of revolutions the sequel of which is a preaching apace. That which is evidently composes the ruined fragments of that which has been and the fashion of that which is seems rapidly passing into that which is to be the same agents arc at work. What mean these internal fires glowing and growling through the deep caverns of the Earth is i impatient of the Power that curbs Tacij fury the Sarcu Bock tills us that the Earth is to be quot Biji Ned Uji quot and the de of ring elements which i its i pins contain seem to speak in co incidence with Rev Clation. The Cav iii Earth quake the moaning melting Mountain seem to to but random throes Oft lie Terrille agent that slumber wii Liin ready to Rusli out on errands of Des Truclio. In its More immediate relations to inmate nature geology a it resents the most startling de tails. The millions of human beings Liat have lived acted and passed away since our Globe received is pre Simit shape and Constitution would be sufficient to cover its surface with corpses six or seven deep appalling is tile statement May seem it is susceptible of proofs quite convincing. Alas How we crawl on corruption feed on decay rottenness is our nurture a Vith the Spade and the plough we Are but stirring the corruptible remains of our immediate predecessors then turn to the evidences of life in a Constitution of tilings Long prior to the pc sent to tiie Fossil and organic remains of animals Long since extinct embedded in the vast receptacles of the Earth and become Pari and parcel of the rocks and quot everlasting How came they there and what was the nature of the utter ruin in which they were enveloped no voice answers a Only wherever we room and wherever we toi these Petr factions Tell us we arc roaming and toiling in the vast emetic of former existence. It is no figure of speech that i e have our dwelling among the tombs among the tombs too of races of animals that must have existed Long before the Earth heaved up its present mountains or had its present shape a Long before Adam was created from the dust. Barrodale. Hands of the a Ojector for the year 1830, for collection. Now i can assure the people of this county that there has not been one cent of Money paid to the treasurer of Cass county by the collector for the year 1835, nor is he paid or settled one Ofemi with the Treasur Etoi the year 1826. F was Sliwi offid by several respectable citizens of Cass county that the idea is out that the treasurer of Cass county was using the above named �2j k for his own Benefit instead of paying orders drawn on him As treasurer. Now i can assure you that there Are county orders in my hands at this time and have been for years drawing interest form and of the people s Money to pay such orders. For further information i will a refer you to the clerk col. J. B. Duret and the coun commissioners or to Call at my office and examine my books which Are at All times ready for inspection. Respectfully yours j. Vigus april 4,1837. Treasurer of Casi co. N. Y. Mer. Adv. Office. Destruction of Smyrna by an earthquake and 4000 lives lost. We learn from Captain j. S. Farran of the Brig Montevideo arrived at this port on Mon Day morning from Cadiz whence she sailed on the 19th february that the British govern ment Steamer had arrived from Malta the Day previous and informed that Smyrna had been destroyed by an earthquake and four thousand people had lost their lives. A Evin Days later from Havre the very fast sailing packet ship Havre whence she sailed on the fourth of March in stunt has arrived at new York. The Havre has brought out 600,000 francs in Gold a part of the French indemnity for the Bank of America. The Cotton Market Wai very Dull in Havre and had declined in Price. From France there is nothing in politics of a remarkable or interesting character. Latest from England. The pocket ship Europe arrived on Mon Day from Liverpool whence she sailed on the Burth of March instant. By this arrival we have received Liverpool Japera of the 4th, and London of the 3j in let. Tie Cotton Market was Dull and the article lad declined l-4d. Per Pound since last advices. The Money Market continued tight. Or. Forrest has crowned his Triumph by perfect Success in Richard third the character in which Kean is most accurately remembered and which few tragedian venture to perform before a London audience against the or Citize of his mighty name. John Bolton Esq. Of Liverpool died in that City about the close of feb. In the a list year of his age. Texas. Whatever difference of opinion May have existed As to the of dict whether the Independence of Texas has been acknowledged by this government the question we think is put to rest by the following official document from the . Y. Star. Of Ocial. Martin Van Bur in president of Ibe Unildo slates of America. To All whom it May concern. Satisfactory evidence having been exhibited to me that John Woodward has been appointed Consul general of the Republic of Texas for the ports of new York Joston Philadelphia and Baltimore i do hereby recognise iii As such and declare him free to exercise and enjoy such functions Powers and Privi Leges As arc allowed to the consuls Genera of the most favored nations in the United state. In testimony whereof i have caused these letters to be made Patent and the Seal o the u. S. To be Iier unto affixed. Given under my hand at the City o Washington the 18th Day of March . 1837, and of the Independence of the United Stales of America the sixty first Martin Van Buren. By the president John for Stu Sec. Of state. Editorial convention. The Indiana journal in remarking upon the project of an editorial convention to Indianapolis recommends the last monday in May Sis the most Sui Tab e tim. The last monday willfbenrtlie6s hand it will be Wel to re me Roef to late. It is also the Day on which the supreme and District courts meet. We concur in the propriety and expediency of the journal s suggestions and Hope a United Effort will be made by the followers of the Art preservative of All arts to prevent the proposed convention from falling through for the want of a Fuh delegation. Every editor in the state should immediately inti Aje his assent to the time of meeting As proposed by the journal and also his determination to be on the spot at the Day appointed. We should be highly gratified to seethe h00shi�r editors do the clean thing on this occasion and come up As one Man to the proposed convention. The courier shall be represented in this assemblage of the Craft and its editors pledge themselves to abide by any measures founded on Justice and Utility which a majority of the proposed convention May adopt to obtain their rights and promote the Prosperity and improve the character of the Wabash courier. An Odd customer. The Boston times says a ragged fellow passed through Greenfield a few Days ago with two Small heifers harnessed on a Stout sled on which he was comfortably seated followed by two companion so a hog and a calf. The editor of the Greenfield Gazette wis unable to satisfy himself whether the Man was a fool or a pedlar. Terms of advertising in new York. A the publisher of then. Y. Courier and enquirer announces the terms of advertising ill that paper from and after april quot yearly advertisers merchants 60 dollars per annul including paper. Quot one Square first insertion Onei Dollar and for every subsequent insertion fifty cents. Quot All advertisements ordered to be continued on the inside will be charged As new Cash Isaae a a hat been re Ltd elected governor of new Hampshire and the Folio win centum a members of Congress Samuel Cashman Jln a Farrington Charles g. Atherton weeks and Jared w. Williams. There Are establishments m Patterson n. J. Which employ upward of 3000 persons whose wages exc end upwards of five Hundred thousand dollars per Annam other manufactories Are about to be built. The hat that the King of Naples has ordered to be made at Florence for his Yonne Bride of Austria will Cost 2000 Livres. It in to be sent to Paris to receive the last touch. Two children going Home from a factors in Taunton mass died suddenly from cat ing the Root of the Micuta or Hemlock eaten to satisfy the cravings of hunger. On a postmortem examination their stomach her found to contain Little or nothing but Hemlock and Lemon Peel. Gen. Jackson s savings. The Globe in reply to a statement which appeared in one of the Public prints that Gen. Jackson had saved$80,000 of the 200,000 he has received during his Eig it years administration. acts Aie that when Gen. Jackson came from the Hermitage to Tho presidency he took an outfit from his private Means of five thousand dollars. This he expended and lost a Large additional amount by his eight years absence from his estate in Tennessee and the burning of the House and furniture on squaring his accounts in this City he had scarcely As much Money left of his eight years salary As would pay his expenses to Tennessee. Sensible query. When one of the English naval common dvrs was at Canton the officers of his frigate eave a Ball. Whilst they were dancing his Ese who had in Welty looked on during the operation softly said to one of the Romp any quot Why Don t you let your servants do for you i quot to the citizens of Cass county. In justification to myself and to Correct a mistaken idea that is afloat in the country that the treasurer of Cass county has As appears from the last exhibit of the county expenditures for the year 1836, had in his hands at that Date $21 30 of the county Rev Gnu is the Oom missioners were substantially right when they said there was �2000 in the City reasons of pres. Jackson for no acting definitively on the Bili entitled an act designating and limiting the funds receivable for the Revenue of the United states the Bill from the Senate entitled an act designating and limiting the funds receivable for tie rec noes of the United states came to my hands yesterday at two o clock p. M on perusing it i found Iti provisions so com plex and Uncertain that 1 deemed it necessary to obtain the opinion of the attorney general of the United states on several important questions touching its construction and effect Lief re 1 could decide of the disposition to be made of it. Attorney general took up the subject immediately and his reply was reported to me this Day at five o clock p. M. As ibis officer after a careful and laborious a a am Nalion of the Bill and a distinct expression of Liis opinion on the Points proposed to him still came to the conclusion that the construction of the Bili should it become a Law would yet j e a subject of much perplexity and Usu it a View of the Bill entirely coincident with my own and As 1 cannot think proper in a i Attar of such vital interest and of such constant application to approve a Bill so liable to a diversity of interpret Lions and More especially As 1 have not had time amid the duties Coli Sianti pressing on me to give the subject that deliberate consideration which its importance demands 1 am constrained to retain the Bill without acting definitively thereon and to the end that my reasons for this May be fully understood .1 shall cause this paper with the opinion of the attorney Geneval and the Bill in question to be deposited in the department of state. Andrew Jackson. Washington March 3d, 1837, i before 13, p. M. Hurrah for the dutch. A Bill is before the legislature of Pennsyl Ania to authorize the payment of thru e Hun Dren dollars to Peter Strehorn of Union Roun to who is the author of nine cd Ildren quot three of whom Are sons about six months old. Born at on birth who Are All living and doing Well. Tho appropriation is justified in the around hat such instances of advancing the interests of the Commonwealth by increasing her population Are rare. The hollow Horn. As this is the season of the year when we May expect this disease to make its appear ance among the horned tribe we would remind their owners that by pouring a teaspoonful of the spirits of turpentine in a Cut or cavity in the Back of the head of cattle they May save them from the effects 9/this always unpleasant and often fatal disease. Beets. Beets furnished from a giving surface of ground a greater Quantity of Nutriment for horses and cattle than any other kind of for a a. Wherever its cultivation is understood it haste preference Over All other roots a it succeeds in almost All soils is but Little effected by the vices Silures of seasons and prepares the ground very Well for succeeding crops. Throughout Belgium and Germany the leaves Are from time to time stripped off and Given to the cattle which eat them with avidity and easily fatten upon they Are first hashed up and then mixed with pigs eat Thom Wilh a Good relish. Milch cows when fed upon them fatten at the expense of their milk. The Leav it in Are equally valuable in the fattening of cattle and sheep. Beets should be gathered when the whether is dry Aud put away in a dry state and when prepared for cattle they must be Cut up Fine with some suitable instrument and May be Given either alone or mixed with Straw or Hay. The whole number of soul in the Penok Scot tribe of indians is 362. There of firer arc one governor one lieutenant governor one colonel four captains one Squire and one Deacon their religion is Catholic. Sev eral of them can read and a few write though in a poor tribe was formerly and led the Tarra tines a a could once brine Ini the Field More than two thousand warriors. The state of Massachusetts in 1830, contained 610,014 souls and Proi Ierta Valur hit 208,310,107. Boston bad u the Sarre 61,329 inhabitants and the wealth per some to the amount of 80,000,000 of Dollar a machine for hammering Stone has been invented by or. Migli ill nut Fin of Portland Maine which it is said in tiie Boiton adar will ultimately reduce the Price of Stone As a building material so Low As to tio come a substitute altogether for Brick or Wood. The in Vendor is preparing to exhibit in full operation. There is a fire proof Asbestos Chest factory Pittsburg belonging to or. Cross and tri speculation. An agent of the contractors on the James River and Kanawha anal company has engaged one thousand German labourers in fireman to be employed on the above canal this season and we learn that they Are already 0 1 tha voyage to this country. From the Knickerbocker Well after All life itself is but a dim pro Oliie to that Day of Days alien the curtain of eternity will be lifted and the swelling act begin the thought it is a deep Here we Are be Girt with mystery. The past rises with its Shadow Only to the Eye of imagination of the wrong that his flourishing and been successful we know not yet the destiny of the right that has Suffy red in weariness and painful Ness we know not the Reward. Who shall unravel the Marvel or dispel the illusion of the events which happened Reader when we were yet in the dark night of our fore beings or Ever the stars or the Moon walking in brightness or the Sun glorious Shadow and faint Type of Goi it a had touched our mortal vision who shall Tell a the time gone is a Dreema the time to come unknown. Truly did one of Yore say As he discourses of Seoul chiral mementos and turned his thoughts to the lofty of egyptian ambition. Time sadly Ove cometh All things and is now dominant and sit Teth upon a Sphinx and look eth unto Memphis and old Thebes while his sister oblivion re Lineth Semi somnus on a Pyramid making puzzles Oft italian erections and turning old glories into dreams. History sink eth beneath her Cloud. The traveller As he Pareth Amaz edly though these deserts Asketh of her who build de them and she mum Bleth something but what it is he Heareth not. Thus it is that the position of our being defies All primary of ultimate inquiry. If we look Back there is a Point where knowledge fades into conjecture if Onward we stand upon the Border of a sea which but one Shore and whose hearings beyond Are infinite and eternal of what Avail is it then that we Bend Over the lore of Antiquity or Wax Pale Over the lamp of Midnight that we walk in the Fields catching the faint utterance of the voice of god we spend our strength for naught the Clouds Roll with an a comprehended impulse the wave heaves the Verdue brightens the wind turn eth in its circuits but what Are we we Kritik the Sunshine and the Breeze passions warm us doubt overshadows Hope inspires fear haunts us but we Are still in mystery. Pleasure and pain Are equally Uncertain the Morrow is in a Mist and yesterday is quot a. R.,., ,1 i t a a i Treasury but it was Only the clerk s certificate to the amount of tax Tiit was in the our Friend die god changes their countenance and takes them away and where is the Balm for up bitter a sting it is to consider the Earth As no abiding place to rely on a Power beyond our own to disdain the sneer of the bigot the hot language of the it alot and to cherish in one s heart of hearts that essence of the the religion o life. The dissolution. By John m. M fit. The heavens shall pass away with a Groat noise. Although studded with ten thousand Brilliant gems it will be role d up like a Parchment scroll its lofty swelling Arch will break Down and All its Light be quenched for Ever. The elements shall melt with fervent heat. The principles of Fin pervade the universe and when the almighty gives the word they will no longer be confined to some insulated Mountain they will meet the Eye in grandeur Eiri ble and overwhelming from every Quarter of the horizon. The drops of the morning Dew will no longer fall in refreshing showers upon the Earth in their Stead will descend the floods of liquid flame to nourish the fires of the last conflagration. The whole Earth will form one grand scene of ruin. The attraction of particles the forces of repulsion and gravitation will be suddenly destroyed. The towering mountains whose summits Are frosted with eternal snows and veiled with misty Clouds these Landma Riis of time which have Brea ted the storms of Ages will totter on their bases and mingle in the general ruin. The beauties of nature will then be blasted. Seasons will revolve no More. The Woods and Groves shall no longer be vocal with the warbling of the feathered songsters. Disrobed of All its charms this fair and Beautiful world will become the sport of raving elements and fall in the mighty conflict. The Earth and All therein shall be burned up. Ail the works of Art the utmost efforts of human Industry stupendous fortresses lordly edifices the proud mausoleum triumphant Arches towering pyramids monumental pillars the statues of warriors and statesmen All that is engaging to worldly minded men shall fall from the Earth. When All these shall be dissolved the trumpet of the gospel will no More be heard in Zion her earthly Mountain will be forsaken her altars thrown Down her Temple destroyed. Judah s Fountain will be sealed up and the River of life cease to flow for the Healing of the nations. At playing 30 persons. The Cost of those Vai iia ble depositories for paper jewelry a or is from 50 to 350 dollars. The subscription Price to the new Orieus daily newspapers has been raised from 10 to 12 dollars per annul and the paper for the country three times a week to 10 dollars. Advertising by Tho Square and by the year it raised in like proportion. The whole amount of taxable property in Ohio is estimated at 85,812,382 dollars of which sum no less than i0,740,4s0 dollars consists of horses the value of All the pleas ure carriages in the state is Only 211,051 del Lars. A society has been formed in Illinois under the name of the quot big Woods association quot the members of which bind themselves to Aid each h other in raising All encroachments on their rights As squatters on the lands of the United states and to secure toe tech other at government prices All lands occupied by them As originally settled whether the tracts As possessed agree with the subsequent Survey or not. Tie last and most laughable Case of absence of mind that we have seen chronicled is that of an old gentleman in Exeter who complained of being excessively cold at Church. Quot How very cold to Dey quot said he quot not colder thin usual quot a quot then i m in a u on open ing his coat he found that he had left his quot unmentionables quot at a raw onion eaten every morning is said to be a sure cure for dyspepsia. The remedy is Alro Oit Ai bad As Tbs Dimass. Silk. The new York Star says quot we have been shown Bome specimens of silk from the Nan Tucket factory. That completed in january 1836, is Good but thin the specimens of 1837, displayed a very great improvement and the willed silk which has a mixture of the Nan keen coloured Cotton is an admirable article and must soon be in general use. It is Gratifying to Sec How rapidly and prosperously the silk Ioanu arc summary. A correspondent of the new York american who writes from Rome on the 3d off Briary mentions that the Hon. Horace bin Ney of Philadelphia was in that City Wilh Commodore Hull and or. Tickner of Boston a number of infatuated individuals Are now engaged in quot digging for Money quot near the Mouth of Tho Genessee River n. Y. The operations Are directed by an old woman who pretends by looking through a Guiss to be Able to Tell the location of the Money but yet none has been found. The increase of travelling consequent on the establishment of railroads is enormous. An English paper says that before the establishment of the leed and Selby rail rails the Numier of passengers Between tic two towns was 15,000 a year since Thep it has 103,300 being an increase of nearly seven to one. At the late Ball Given by Louis Philippe so great was his apprehensions of assassination Job Becque the Leader of the Quadrine band was held personally responsible for the be introduced into the orchestra the United states Arsenal at Waterloo Massachusetts containing 70,000 st ind of arms was entirely destroyed b fire the last of january. The value of property destroyed cannot be much Short of a million of dollars. The portuguese government have issued a decree prohibiting the importation or exportation of slaves by sea or by land in All the portuguese dominions without exception under very severe penalties. A French paper says that quot amongst tic numerous speculations of the Day we have a card of a joint Stork company with a capital of 75,030 francs for promoting and improving the different races of sporting dogs. Lots in the new town of Houston the future capital of Texas have already risen so High that the agent for the Sale of them refused eighty dollars a lot. There Are six thousand of them and the whole Cost Only two dollars when the Purchase was made. The legislature of Virginia has passed an act directing that the election of members of Congress and of the state legislature Sigall hereafter be held on the same Day the Commonwealth and appointing the fourth Ali urday in april As the . Quot Bill Bill quot said an Urchin quot daddy s fairly quot is he a Well i m darned sorry but h. 11 never lick us again for lathering the old cat and shaving her with his a religious newspaper is printed in the Sandwich islands in tic native Lanai Page which has 3i�00 subscribers at one Dollar a year and More than 53,-000 of the hymn Book in that have been called for by the natives and furnished by the press. Seventeen years ago the language had not even an alphabet. in removing of tic la d River raft at a Cost of re 151 Miles u. a pc Irol Only nine Miles remain to a Enol i which will be done by the first of lie aretha greatest Coffee Drin Kervin the world As May be san from the i of Vii s Ofca orts from Havanna and la Tho last three year. The full Lluz a i a Fth 1 and to Europe Only 35,84, . Tiie of Michigan have passed o Bill to loan five millions of dollars redeem Able at any time after the exp Iarion of 25 years at five per cent to be expended in works of internal improvement. An irishman s description of a Porcupine and manner of killing him. Quot the first feathered fowl i Ever saw to a Merica Wai a Porcupine and i treed him Onder a Hay stack and shot him Wiki a Mack turn

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