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Km. Passat ktnawatavst t
M Tho Koszta Caso".
Thiroutrago committed in tho port or Smyrna, of
Vthieh Martin-Coszta was tho subject, is likely to
fica) some excitement in tho world. Austria has
srnjt'fi protest against ilic conduct of tlio American
cMmmander, to all the goxcrnmcnts of Europe as well
as.OUT own. It is sttid that Russia and Prussia have
signified to tho government at Washington that ihcy
Bids with Austria. Tho latter power, by way or ex
pressing its appioval of the conduct of tho officer who
perpetrated tho outrage, has promoted him to the
higher honots, and has, or will demand satisfaction
of tho United States, for what it claims to ho an in
sult to its flag. The circumstances of the caso are
doubtless fresh in tho recollection of tho American
people. Koszta was one of the Hungarians who
fled from their native land at tho close of the revolu
tionary struggle, of Which Kossuth was at ttld head.
Ho came 10 this country, and took tho preliminary
steps required by our Constitution and laws, to be
coming "a citizen, and took thd required oath. After
he had taken'theso Steps, he went on a voyage of pri
vate business, as is alleged, to Turkey. In pursu
ance of a law of Turkey, which permits any foreigner
to place himself under the protection of any foreign
Consul ho may choose, Koszta, on his arrival at
Smyrna, placed himself under the protection of llio
American Consnl, having in his possession tho au-
rage against his personal rights rights recognized by
tho laws of tho country in which, for tho time being,
ho was sojourning.
Of what, then, docs Austria complain, and for
what will .110 demand redress? If she speaks tho
simple tfuth, stripped or all sophistry, and using
straightforward language, she will say : "I was en
gaged in tho perpetration of an outrage against tho
honor, tho dignity and the rights of an independent
nnd sovereign power. I was engaged in tho perpe
tration of an outrage against the rights ana tno per
sonal liberty of an individual, for a purpose of my
own. and von interfered to prevent tlio accomplish
ment of that butrage. In doing lilts you committed
an dlftncd against my dignity and my honor, for which
alondindnt must bd made." Wliat nation mat re
spects ittclf will not laugh to scorn a demand so ut
teily baseless, and yet so utterly impudent.
Wo know' not what tho course of tho government
may bo, in regard tnt this demand of Austria. Wo
taka h for granted that T'wtlt "bo such as comports
with tho dignity of a great nation. Tho public, judg
ment is inado up on this subject, and should the Pres
ident fail to sustain tho gallant officer who saved the
Hungarian victim from Austrian vengeance should
ho suffer government censuro to pass against him
President Pierce and his Cabinet will perchance have
appointed a successor to the honors now enjoyed by
ihenticated evidences of (ho steps ho had taken to be-1 the present occupant of tho Whito House. Albany
o Amfriran ritizpn. Whiln nt amvrna. an I litSiSiei .
F.DiTr.U BT MRS. C. I. Hi MCIIOLSi
Itrntllclioro, Vli 0!t. rt', isii3.
Marcy on KosztaImportant State Document
The letter of Secretary .Marcy., to Chevalier Hulscinann,
upon the Kosita affair, appeared In tiro Washington Un
ion of Friday, occupying eight nnd a half columns. It is
au able document, partaking much of tho character of a
law argument, lue whole caso Is thoroughly discussed,
and the conclusions clearly and logically sustained.
After a statement of the facts, Mr. Starcy proceeds to
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cAuiiiuiu tiiu iviuuuii ui juau iu jiuairm nnu mo uimeu
States, and tho nnturn of allegiance. Ho maintains that
a Bubjcct, having performed his past and present duties,
may at any thno release himself from tho obligation of al
legiance. This case is to bo decided by international law,
and under this law, no State can demand of another, as a
matter of right, tho surrender of a citizen, or even a fu
gitive from justice, unless by express treaty stipulation.
Austria has then no right by international law. to de-
.yi 1 .1 TT . i - t lojn i . n m n 1 a 1 " .
and scenes that aro no longer new in description. Borne " . , n
. ... ......... t . m.- I mado a demand upon Turkey for Polish and Hungarian
things I havo seen that nave interested mo ueepp i refugees, nnd tho demand Was strengthened by referenco
suspension bridge at Niagara Is to mo a inos,twpHerful to existing treaties, but was refused, and the world justl-
iherc ts no evidence that
Milwaukee, (Wis.) Sept 20, 1853.
Deaf Democrat, Hero I am In tho "far West," but
Utterly uuablo to rcaliio that I am farther froiu'rry homo
than oft before. ""j,
Travellers' correspondence Is so common In thee days
of unequalled facilities for journeying, that It to, hardly
worth whllo for me to detail In their succession, tin' sights
work of art. Two hundred and thirty feet ahqWio im
petuous stream, Btretching from bank to baiS? tm light,
frail looking structure bangs, a pathway overrjjio'nfghty
fictUTurkey in that refusal.
nnytrcatyl1.tipulatlons havo b
lir.n fnlerAil tninftW Tiirlrpv
nin! ,.ii4Z lain nn.l 'r.,-ftn.
font Days Lntcr from Europe
Tho steamer Washington, with Southampton dates of
tho 14th, arrived nt New York on Thursday afternoon,
bringing four days later European intelligence.
Tho Eastern question is still unsettled, and Is likely to
be. The Intelligence connected with It lias a more warlike
The weather Interfering with the harvest operations in
England, the expected decline in grain has not taken place,
nnd tho provlous week's prices nave been pretty firmly
maintained. There was a panio in the London stock mar-
. IVindlimu Count' Court.
WttLtAit D. Wells vs. AunELius C. Howard.
This was dh" action of assumpsit on two promisso
ry notes, executed by tho defendant and one Geoi'go
G. IO veil, nnd made payable to one Samuel Dexter
or bearer. Tho action was commenced in 1812, and
after ono trial at tho county court passed to tho Su
premo Court, and on tho determination of a certain
point of law by tho Supremo Court, was again rc-
ket at tho last dates, growing out of tho unsettled stnto of manded to tho county court. The defendant, on trial.
Foreign affair;, the high price of grain, and an nntlclpa- 1 pr0vcd tho consideration of thd notss to liavo bccii a
ted further rise in the rate of discount by the Hanker, . nn . f , .. n . ... . .
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England. Tho pressure In the money market has greatly
Tho ship Marco had arrived at Liverpool, from Austra
lia, with 280,000 In gold. She brings a report that tho
Persian city of Ispahan was nearly destroyed by an earth
quake on tho 11th of July last.
The ship building yard and machine factory of Scott,
Russell & Co., near London, was destroyed by fire ou the
10th ult. vXoss 100,000
; The lost, jewels of Hungary, alleged to havo been stolen
by Kossuth and his Ministry, have been discovered burled
In the ground, 'lho jewelry comprises tho Hungarian
fondant and said Lovcll to convey to them a certain
tract of land in tho State of Michigan, afi'd'at ihc
time of tho contract to convey, Dexter cxeCulc'd his
bond in favor of tho defendant and Lovcll to sccuro'
the performance of his contract. Tho defendant fur
ther proved a subsequent agreement between tho par
tics to rescind tho original contract, but it appeared
from the testimony that whon' It was agreed to rescind
the contract the notes were not cancelled not tho bond
given up, after which tho notes were sued by Wells"
as bearer, nnd who, tho defendants contended, was
only a nominal plaintiff. Tho court instructed tho
armed force, from an Austrian vessel of war, entered
his domicil, forcibly carried him away a prisoner, and
confined him in irons on board their vessel. Captain
Inoraiiam, hearing of tho outrage, demanded Kos
ta's release, which being refnscd, ho cleared his
ship for action, and laid her along side of the Austri
an vessel, and threatened to sink her if tho Austrian
commander did not release his prisoner. The matter
was finally adjusted temporarily by placing Koszta
under the protection of the Frcneh Consul until his
caso could be finally disposed of. These aro the
leading facts of the case, and tho question is : Did
Capt. Inoraiiam transcend his duties as an American
officer, in his course of conduct towards tho Austrian
commander, and should he he sustained by his government?
It will be remembered that the arrest of Koszta iu
The Newport Morgan Affair.
From tho full account of this affair, given in lho
New York Etpress, it seems that for some time Mrs
Morgan had been kept by her husband under a system
of surveillance. A few days Binco sho was invited
to tho party of a lady at Newport, and not being per
mitted by her husband to see any one, she stealthily
secured an opportunity of speaking with a lady, a
friend, and requested her to excuse her absence at the
party. Morgan coming home, and by some moans
ascertaining these facts, rushed into tho room of his
wife and beat her severely with his fist, leaving sev
eral bruises on her face. Mrs Morgan's friends then
got a writ of habeas corpus and took her away from
her husband. At the examination resulting from this
writ, Morgan gtinned mockingly and fiendishly at the
i lady friend of Mrs M., while sho was testifying.
men sustained tho Sultan In his refusal to surrender tho
nnt r wninro At a litllft fiiRtnnpn frnil the bank on refmrpos thmi. Mr. Murev then adduces evidence cnnclu-
1 1 1 . i, ... I. . ,1 ..... 1 ..P mpn f.nrrarfn.1 In slvclv showinz that Turkey was under no obligation to 1 crown and insignia, and tho cloak of St. Stephen. The
eitner sm, vUl . vj. r , , . intCmo- latter was almost destroyed by the dampness.
erecting massive stone piers for a rafoau bridge, to be ; t,0Ml m hy lrKaiyi to i,,, Kosita. Even if she had The French Emperor has returned' from Dieppe to Par-
suspended twenty-eight leet auovo aiu oer xuo nrsi. treaties giving rights, they could extend Only to Her citl- is. ine uoTiiiciir puuusncs onotner ucmai mat large ,ia, ;r t) believed that tho original contract
All along tho Canada side, as also ouU.o American side, .en., and Kosna was notimeu. , 1 t V -non finJ a
crowds of foreigners aro cutting out JiocM or rocic, somo the of VCTQ dormttnt, Tho wcro Advices from Constantinople of the 29th of August verdict for the defendant ; othcrwiso for tho plainliir.
of them of massive proportions, to,mlld up these mon- found to do no-wrong, and to prevent wrong from being state that the Turks were waiting Impatiently for n man!- The jury returned a verdict for the defendant,
strous piers. Everything was on f grand a scalo that I done. Koszta wos seiicd without authority, and was suf- , festo from the Sultan, explaining the position of Turkey .
could hardly belicvo I was among tlo works of man at al; wring wrong. Any ono mat couiu, migm relieve miu, it ,, '7, . " y,"'"' Nnw Mexico. The iYcio Orleans Picayune lias
touiuuiumjuiiu.iuus 8.7., , . . ., ' and it was liis dutv to do so. Cant. Ineraham then would after being reviewed by tlieSultnn, were tonmrch toSlium- I , . r v -r . i i. ti e
It Impressed a feeling that I was it the work-shop of the i KhEj " S what he did? Ha. All regular communication between Constantinople , advlccs .from .mL MoX1CO tPn. .T1, .f,vo
MrMarcv then claims that Koszta. when seized, had I nnd Russian ports was interrupted. Accounts to Sept. ' companies ot U. b. troops ordered by tlio American
the National character of nn American. The certificate tli state that the warlike preparations ot too lurks were
was genuine. It is an error to suppose that a nation can I carried on with unabated vigor, both in l-.uropoand Asia,
extend its protection only to native born and naturalized The troops work literally day and night on tho fortlfica-
citiiens. The International law gives the national char- tions,
Eternal, God himself directing thqomplction of the world
around, and men his obedient ogets.
We (Mr P, Mrs P, and mysol,) spent the day (21 st)
in riding around on tho Canada and American side to
first best word for the Ocean, aja hue, commodious boat, tomtwrarllv absent from tho United States, on private busi-
and its officers as very uentlemily nnd attcntivomcn. ' ncss. and was awaiting an opportunity to return. Ho
There was a young "blow" Inlhe night upon tliojclear
ing up of the rain. The conseqicncc was a general moa
ning and retching among the pilsengcrs In the lower ca
wonders, the steamer ccan, in wnicu our pas- nctcrof the country to all residents in it who have a dom- 1 "on "w" iunuii uui kwh iu bhuiuiu, mm iruni
engaged, not being rrdy to take us across tho icil therein. A domicil confers national character. The Shumla to Varna. I the ncighborliood lof the latter place,
v"b"6"'i b 'f . . ,, . ..... ... i 1m Turkish nrmv 19 estimated nl 00.000 men. with !20
!ll nvonlnir. Tt4llii war T irmild sneolr n Chancier couilliues us mug us mu iiuiiiiiiii, miu ui .u.i- , w - .'. . , . '.,
) till eening. . .uytne way l would spcaK a ,imi:i u nnntiml. TCnsit.a was nnlv cuns. The order and disciplmo maintained in tho camp
are highly spoken of, but the financial difficulties arc great,
i The Turkish Government havo contracted for 800,000
..t!ii,i tr. n.,. nt,vi;n nf ilm lTtiitp.1 Si.stps. great coiits, lined with leather, fur the use of tho army,
Koszta was also received under the protection ol tno nuiuii iisi ihih, m aiuitw.. vuiuiuuuuu
government to proceed to Now Mexico, and which
left New York iu tho steameship Louisiana, under
Gen. Garland, had arrived at Santa Fo in good health.
Hon. David Mcrriwclhor, of Kentucky, tho newly
appointed Governor of New Mexico, had arrived out
and been inaugurated amidst much rejoicing.
A tcrriblo battle had taken placo between a party
of Apaches, who numbered ovor 200, and a company
of fourteen Americans, in the mountains near El Paso,
111 which cloven ot tho Americans were Horribly
American Consul ot Smyrna, nnd, in accordance with tho the question with Russia, and, consequently, of the prob- mangled and killed. The U. S. dragoons stationed
bin, and sonic few in the uppcr'cabin. Mrs F. and my
self fortunately had secured forus a state room on tho
upper cabin, in tho centre of tie boat, when) there is
least motion. Happily too, wo rdained a good appetite
a neutral port was an outrage against the rights and g, , , Mr H who Mid tliat hc trustcj ; and enjoyed tho voyage to the full, arriving it Detroit
.!! : f T1 1- .1n-..4l...:.-.,1 tl.n 1nu I 1 7 ... t fl'1 L n
dignity ot turkey, wholly unauthorized y tno laws (he Coun wou)J ct tho a(, frQm ie jnsWta of
ot nations, or the maxims and rules which aro rccog- tm ni0IlMcri Sooll after) a8 Mr Hone was cntcr
nized by all the civilized nations of tho world. . , . i,i. ,vif.,. M,.rr,,.,' l.milmr
Smyrna is' n Turkish 'port, under tho Ottoman juris-
diction, in which Austria bad no more rights, and .
could exercise no more authority than she had, or ;
could exercise in the ports of Liverpool or Now York.
Koszta was at least under tho protection of tho J ur-
kish government, at the time of his arrest, and being '
so the Austrian commander had no power over him. j
These facts beine conceeded, it follows that the mva-
1 quested him to remain a few moments. Morgan then
I rushed out of a house, taking a cowhide from his
bosom, and saying to Mr Hone, "You have called
; mo a monster, and I 'vc come to settle with you."
, Ho then lashed the old man shamefully, and beat
I him with his fist. He was seized and thrown off by
I Mr Winlhrop, and his brother then came up and said
.-nrvlliii.rT Tt'fia ilmin l.u liia fi.li'!f.i mill fnlil ItlQ lirntlt.
sion of his domicil by an armed Austrian posse, his ' , ... . . . . T, MoraM ,vcrc arresl.
i cd for this assault and held to bail lit the sum of one
arrest nnd confinement in irons on board tho Austrian
vessel, without tho warrant of the government under
whose protection he wa, was a gioss and wanton
outrage upon him, as well as upon the Turkish gov
ernment. The Austrian commander had no possible
warrant or authority for his proceedings. Ho'was'
acting in defiance of every principle of tho law of
nations. Now, without reference to thouestion
whether, as a matter of abstract right, Koszta was
to bo regarded as an American cilhen, and 'as such
entitled to the protection of tho American flag. 'What
was Capt. Isghaham's duty as a gallant officer, and
what his power, as commander of an American armed
vessel' Ko's7ta was in fact underlie protection of
tho American Consul, lie was there under the sanc
tion of tho Government, and according to tho laws
and customs of tho country within whose actual ju
risdiction he, for the timo being, was. These facts
woro open nnd notorious, and they were brought di
rectly lo-Capt. iNor.AHAM'a notice by the friends of
the man whoso rights Lad' been thus wantonly out
mgc.l. Woo ... ... ui.. j.iuvooo ot negoti
ation between two countries four thousand miles apart,
while in the meantime the victim of tho outrage, and
thousand dollars each. The government counsel at
tempted to havo the bonds increased, as tho parties
were liable to two years imprisonment in tho State
prison, and the amount of bail was insufficient to se
cure their appearance in court, llobert B. Cranston,
late member of Congress, their counsel, asserted they
had no intention of leaving tho country, and let the
bonds bo what they might, fifty dollars or fifty thou
sand, thoy would bo present on the day of trial. Mr
Cranston became their surety. Last week, Mr and
Mrs 'Morgan sailed for Europe, in the samo ship, but
in different state-rooms. Mrs Morgan is said to havo
sued for a divorce. Tho bonds of the Morgans will
probably be paid, and the scoundrels will " go unwhipt
of justice." Springfield Republican.
Not One Woiiimi for Rum.
A great debate on the Maino law has just conio off"
in Columbus between IJr. Jewett and G. J. IJecbc.
It occupied seven solid hours of sneakinir. and closed
.1 uivisiuu ui lliu uuusu iumu law iiiuii uuu
Thursday at 0 p. n
Wo came by railroad from Detroit to Chicago getting
Into the latter place1 about 7 a. ro., lAving VTflj(jpCnlglit
from Detroit . where wo made no stop. At Cilcago wo
went from tho cars to the Arctic steamer and erased I.ako
Michigan in nbout ten hours, getting into Mllr&ukce to
an early tea. It was well we came tho very dcrj've did,
for tho Lake here became so rough on Friday night, soon
after we left it, that tho boat did not venture across again
till Sabbath day. So much for my journey.
Of Wisconsin I will say more when I have seen more.
Mrs F. and myself spoke on Temperance on SabUlh eve
ning, iu a church crowded full, four or five huudrf d hav
ing gono away, unable to get in. . . .There is a Woman's
Temperance Conventiou about GO miles from hcr?, Wed
nesday, at Delavan, and we set off to attend it to-morrow
(Tuesday) morning. Adieu, C.I. II. N.
f I'nainr,, ,.llniia vi. tiivKctivl viitli n(viil!nr nriv. nbllltV Of hostilities.
jeKCj ' I Twenty of sixty-four persons sentenced for partlclpa-
Alr' Marcy then comes to tho conclusiontthnt Koszta , tion in tho Milan revolt havo been condemned to death,
was under the protection of tho United States, that his 7 " I
seizure was illegal, aud that Capt Ingraham's interposl- The Eastern Question War Inevitable. ,
The details of tho, news by the steamer W ashington, 1
bring much in addition to our meager dispatch, that is of
the highest importance. The Emperor of Russia has re
jected tho Turkish modifications, and war is considered in
evitable. Tho English and French consuls have left J assy,
creating a great panic. A fresh corps of Russian troops
were advancing upon Moldavia. The Cznr was to proceed
at onco to Warsaw, and was to meet the Emperor of Aus-
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tion was, under tho circumstances, right and proper.
The Philadelphia Daily Jtegittcr utters the following
manly nnd eloquent comments on the fugitive who so no
bly saved his liberty at WllkeBbarrc; Pa.? an account of
which we copied, two or thrco weeks slncejfrom the N. V.
mi TT f TTTMI.l.-
lag ilCrO OI WU&eSUllIIU. ,.l...ni.,l.ll,.M,lnfS.nlnl.F. TI.n l.nnn. nf n.
Tho bones of Leonidas havo long since crumbled Into , n.rrh.onlhe Danube, insist on fighting the Russians.
and it is feared that tho I'acua will not bo ablo to subduo
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UllSl Ull U Him I.IUUIIW.II1 ,M00 ... V. . , UU. ...0
men by thousands
antics to tho other.
moving off to ono side, and tho
Tho remarkable fact now stood
in whoso behalf an appeal had been made, would out before tho world not one woman could be seen on
Mirely perMi by tho f-cntcr.ee of the Austrian courts, 1 the side of Hum! Counting lho males in tho crowd,
or the equally sure sentence of an Austrian dungeon ! I about equal numbers ranged on each side ; but all the
We say, no ! It was lus duty as a gallant officer, females were on ono Bido only.
and within the range of his legitimate powers as an
American commander, to interposo promptly and at
once. It was duo to tho flag which ho carried, to the
country he represented, and to humanity itself. It
will bo remembered, wo repeat, that tho Austrian
commander was in tho perpetration of a wanton and
utterly unauthorized outrago upon a defenceless man.
His gocrnment, therefore, would havo no right to
Is not their help in the Temperance causo too suro
and too effective to bo repelled ! Let them work on,
even to widening their spliero ; who shall gainsay !
Who shall hinder? Have they not some interest in
It deserves to be considered- by all who mako pro
fession of benevolence, that of tho cntiro mass of hu
man sensibility, full one half belongs to tho female
to a friend in Morrow Co., Ohio, called on a fairily of col
orcd people, who owned 100 acres of land. Thci?history
is interesting. A few generations back, when tin Indians
were leaving tho South in largo numbers, for Hi West,
there was one, a squaw, remained behind, and b.villany
was claimed and held ns a slave. For three generations
her descendants were slaves. One of thcra, however, was
shrewd, and found means to itnprovo his opportunities so
as to learn that his great grandmother was n free woman,
and, per consequence, all her descendants were free. A
suit was instituted and issued fuvorably. No less than 81
persons wero declared free by tho decision of tho court.
Among them, says Mr M.. , ,7"
Tisian. no K-mainea m the South a long time, mar
ried a slave nnd had several children. These were slaves
by the inhuman code that makes every slaveholder a man
thief whenever a child is born. He finally paid for his
own wife nndildrcn SI, 200 and went to Ohio.
near the spot wero to few in numbers to render lho
least assistance in repelling tho Indians.
The American Consul at El Paso had announced
his belief that in the event of an attack upon SIcsilla
by Gen. Garland and his forces, they would meet with
very littlo if any rcsistanco. Mexican troops con
tinue to arrivo upon the Rio Grande. Tho American
troops stationed in Texan woro also actively engaged
in concentrating upon the samo spot.
John Hicks Day, vho died a few days ago in the New
Hampshire State Prison, began his career by stealing from
a clothes lino in Newport. Hc burnt Charlcstown jail,
where he was confined, a meeting house, tavern and sta
bles, but did not escape. Afterwards he escaped from the
Kccne jail and was nrrc3ted in Vermont, but eluded tho
officers as they lay asleep with him on tho floor of tho
bar-room, and was not heard of for eight months, when
ho had got into jail at Utica for theft, and, fool-like, mado
n confidant of the jailor's daughter, who betrayed liira to
the justice of New Hampshire. His confession to tho girl
convicted him of burning the Charicstown jail, and ho
was sentenced iu 1812 to tho state prison for life.
We have many misgivings nbout some things iu the wo
man's movement; but there aro somo other things, about
which we have no doubt. Ono is that tho stylo in which
it has universally been assailed will only give fresh im
pulse to tho cause. And another that the men who now
permit themselves to treat American wives and mothers
with such shameful indignity, will be very anxious, in a
TP i.mvn .ln1s fuOiWttl liv mon. admired, nnnlniidml. , ni L. n. , p.i. r ., ...i., few vcars. to wash their hands of a responsibility invol
ving in a nation's eyes, awaken our admiration, what i 'tj0rii3U. That this body of men, having its ramifications I K so muc'1 disgrace, or failing in this, to sink their con
shall we say when their authors belong to a class reviled throughout Europe, will mako common causo with Turkey ncction in these proceedings in everlasting oblivion. Sy-
nraong men, outlawed, outcast, spurnou, trouuen unuer ngainst Russia, and tho despotism which she represents,
foot ? i3 decnied certain, while riots and revolution nt home must
We praised Koszta, the Hungarian, for bowing his head I precede, as an inevitable condition. The end Is a long
on his breast, when captured, and claiming, with oriental ' woy 0gt jf ji,e firet 8tcp he taken. Wo anticipate on ex
stoicism, to die as a patriot Magyar. What then shall we , tended struggle one that shall be regarded on this side
say of Bill, tho hero of Wilkesbarre ? Surrounded by 0f the ocean with peculiar, and, on the whole, hopeful in-
lieavy onus, seizeu oy siniiagein unu aimueiiij, nu menu, tcrcst. Springfield Republican.
no nope Ol one, a ine oi uiinury ujhjji his neui-i, u iiiv-
ell! Kvna in n wnvlil 'a nil mliTtl innCThn imll'int. idiipftain.
who, when assailed by hcavyoddsfew his trusty blade
"Come one, come nil, Ibis rock shall fly
From Its firm base as soon ns I,"
novcr existed, save in tho Imagination of Walter Scott:
but his story will mako men's hearts beat high with val
orous sentiment, long after the niarblo slabs of Laurel
Hill shall press upon the bosoms of many of our readers.
We cannot refuse the meed of cordial applause to a gal
lant man. whether his valor bo shown on the battle-field
or in tho hospitals of a plague-ravaged city. God loves
their fanaticism in order to effect further negotiations,
Thus it will bo seen that unless some extraordinary inter
position tako place, there is to bo a great struggle between
Mahomctanism and Russian Christianity a war of race
nnd religion, in which the highest degree of fanaticism
will be arrayed on either side. Both parties are eager for
tho conflict, and none can foretell what tho bloody end
shall be, nlthough Turkey can hardly avoid being crush
ed. Tho liberals of Europo ore looking to it ns a move
ment which will indirectly enable them to compass their
Thcro is another nnd a fearful clement which is to enter
I the brave, says a Persian proverb. And tlio proverb is ; as n CAUS0 0f disturbance into this quarrel, viz: scarcity
.:rlit fm' tnval hearts are nn eternal proof that man was i p a f.. ...,,,. i', Tii.. .,,! r.,..ln.,,l
Mr Mahlack, editor of tho Wcsleyan, while on a visit mado in the imago of his Creator. The nation, tribe, or ! nro gwt 0f Erain'. This cannot fail 'to ndd, as It always
class, that can produce many of them is an honor to the ,l(ids, to the popular discontent against the governments,
race. nnd every pound of food taken from the mouths of tho
tiou's laws and prejudices against him, ho feels the spirit
of ten thousand Fourths of July sending Its wild tides
and nobler than they a1fonarnong a'yelpmg "pack'o?
true emotion is what democrats feign when they would be
great: Liberty or death is to him a present alternative,
nnd ho chooses to die. 1 here is no blenching, no com
promise in his spirit. He may bo Ao; he will not bo ta-
Thrco Days Intcr from EtironcArrivnl of tho
Amcricrt nt Ilnllfax.
Liverpool on th
:als! He frees himself; bruised, faint with struggling, I of tlie 2ytll wilh V2G through passengers'.
Hie blood tinging tno waters ot tno busquehanna, his Ti,e Czar ha3 refused tho modifications of tho Sultan,
Perhaps "the blood of nil the Howards," or of tho F.
F. V.'s liows in Bill's veins. They call him a slave. But
ho was none. Slavery is written on tho soul: tho martyr's
but abides by the Vienna note, promising to evacuate tho
Principalities if tho Porto accepts it unaltered. Tho Sul
tan has consented to postpone issuing his manifesto to the
people. This manifesto is in warlike language, nnd is, in
deed, a declaration of war. Tho Turks continuo their ar
maments, and everything is paid for In gold. A levy of
eighty thousand troops has been ordered to join Onier Pa
cha. The Pacha of Egypt promises to raiso fifteen thou
sand additional men. It was currently reported that the
Death of the Zoahitk PBorimr. Tho founder of tho
Zoarite socialist community, Tuscarawas county, Ohio,
Joseph Bimchir, died at an advanced age, on the 20th ult.
Ho had been prophet, priest and king over the Zooritcs
for nearly half a century. Thirty-seven years ago they
emigrated from Germany poor friendless strangers. By
economy, unity and industry, the body have accumulated
immense wealth. They nnmber nbout '210 souls, nnd 45
heads of f.imllli. They aro supposed to h worth a mil
lion of dollars.
An ecclesiastical council was held in Reading, Mas.-).,
recently, which installed over tho Bcthesda Church and
Society Rev W. II. Beechcr, late of Chillicothc, Ohio.
The sermon was preached by Rev T. K. Beechcr; the prayer
of installation offered by Rev Dr Lyman Beechcr; tho
charge given by Rev Dr Stowc; the rightlmnd of fellow
ship by Ucv W. J. Budington; and the address to the peo
ple by Rev Dr Edward Beccher.
The U. S. Minister to Mexico Is said to have renewed a
proposition made by Mr. Webster to Signor Larranzicr, to
buy a strip ot territory soutu ot me una, sumciciit lor a
complain if an English or French commander, or any j sex. Full one half of all tho joys and sorrows of
other stranger, had interfered for the protection ol hfi fall to their share. If alcohol spreads over soci
the ontraged victim. There is a principle of law ety its lava-floods of woe its fights and fooleries
which is so clearly founded in natural right and jus- j iu poverty and shame its broken constitutions, crush'
tico, that it is recognized by all governments where ed hearts and early graves, woman is suro to get her
Tight and justice even in theory prevail, which would equal measure of tho woe. It is littlo relatively that
justify such interference on the part of any one and ! 6ho drinks ; it is much that sho suffers. Far " more
that is the law of self defence. Take a few familiar sinned against than sinning" in this matter, how her
instances. I .see an incendiary attempting to fire my j martyr spirit has borne, skilfully concealing while
neighbor's dwelling, or an assassin stealing upon his sho could, tho abuses and sorrows that alcohol has
ictim; I find a strongman beating, without provo- i brought down upon her.
cation, or right, a weak ono ; clearly I have a right, We do not wonder thorefoxo that sho comes up with
nay, it is my duty, to interfere to prevent the incen- j a warm and a whole heart to this Maine law contest,
diary from burning my neighbor's house, tho assassin Let her speak, for her soul is moved within her. If
from murdering his victim, or tho strong man from bho might vote and might legislato, what whiskey
committing wanton outrage upon the weak ; nor am maker and whiskey-vender does not know that his
I tho less justified because tho outraged wero stran- days of mischief and murder would be numbered ?
gers to me. Having interposed in the cases put, and Well then, gentlemen, if you are either just, lion
compelled the aggressor to relinquish his purpose, orable or chivalrous, give tho mothers, wives and
who would listen to his complaint or say I had done daughters of tho State tho law they demand ; or let
wrong in btopping him in lus purpose, it would bo i them have equal power to make laws !
Hilpretu's White Slave. This powerfully written
American novel appears to have enjoyed a circulation a-
tirn.nl nnlv Rff?rinil in Hint. nP "ITnnlrt Tnm'fl fVililn nnil ,
- .. t. ,. . ... , . i charter is traced on the spirit; and Bill's was u
wc aro glad to learn that one of tha English publishing ., ., r .i,. i,,i ni ir r.....i ,
KUI .M.W ...V JW V. ...V U.IIUVU ...It. 1,11V. 111CJI I
quailed. He proved that ono unarmed man is moro than I
n match for five mercenary ruffians.
For one, wo wish Bill God speed on his travels. Thcro '
is enough good stuff In him to make half a dozen great
men out ot. Aiay ue no will turn up somo ot these days ,;mot, t, il. ir T.oitnro fmn, fa nn.
in tho Canadian Parliament. At auy rate, wo are glad he i fi.ipnllv Ainetnl Hint KnsiK will 1m nmmntlv m'tm nn have an ci'c;" but Ike, foaming nt tho mouth and gnosh-
was not overpowered and bornooff to Virginia, for ho I hv tlin Pniilnet nt Wnsl.im.tnn i ing his teeth, turned upon Albert and literally staunicd
rlo answer to say that I had interfered in a matter
which did not concern me. Every man is concerned,
every man is interested, in tho prevention of the es
tablishment of a precedent which mayatony time bo ( all tho meaner and more wicked for the innocence and
brought to bear' upon himself, of wluchShe may be i helpliTssness of its victims, Oberlin Evangelist.
rriado tho nest victim, and when I interfered to pre-
vent tho outrages in the cases put, and toefend my Comw.imf.kts of the State to South IIovalto.n.
neighbors from outrage, I acted indirectly in my own . At the last December term of tho Windsor county
defence, and was justified by the great and perVading court, a brace of tools to D. Tarbell, Jr., of South
right of self protection. I Royalton, by tho names of Harvy II. Woodward and
Do not deny them tho redress they ask for, and
then besides withhold the power needful to work out
"their own redress. To do so is essential oppression.
firms has had the fairness to allow tho author some sharo
in tho profits of their editions. Messrs. Clark, Becton &
Co., tlio publishers who liac thus distinguished them
selves, havo issued three editions of the "Whito Slave,"
one of which is a handsomely printed 8vo volume, illus
trated and annotated; another is au illustrated 18 mo il
lustrated shilling edition, while a third, tho sixpenny c
dition, of the same size, but printed in double columns,
hud sometime since reached a sale of a hundred thousand
Copies. A number of rival houses in London also adver
tise their edition of tho work, which is designated common
ly as tho "Companion to Uncle Tom's Cabin," and ono
enterprising publipher, in order to sweep the field, has is
sued both novels in the samo volume. It has also passed
through several translations in fotcign languagaes.
The National Intelligencer, in an article under the head
of "Reminiscences of tho present Century," recalls tho
history of a Fugitivo Slave Bill whiii was calmly JUcas- I
sed in Congress in 1818. The bill passed tho House, 81
to GO. In the Sennto It was discussed for somo days iu a
liko liberal spirit. An amendment limiting its duration
to four years was adopted by the casting voto of tho Vice 1
President; it was then passed as amended and sent back
neither the ip....i, i..i ..i,i u....:.. ' C .i. " 'i lino of settlements. The price named which this Govern
crack of the whip nor the report of the pistol, Ho looked , necas confirmation. The Eastern oucsti'on is still the ab- "i0".1 j3 rPed to pay for the cession and for a release
sorbing topic. I 4?H z""'B
The English nnd French news Is unimportant. Louis 831,1 be $10,000,000.
Napoleon continued his journey north. The cholera al-1 Isaae Allyn has killed his brother Albert in Bloommg
though still virulent was decreasing in tho North of Eu- burgh, N. Y. Isaac is deranged by Millerism, and Allcrt
rope, lho Koszta nualr continual to bo the sub ect of wua uuuiewu wrmu. muuri. omn mo m , i
1 .... . y , i . l 1 1. :. . . r. ,ii ... 1 1 T i . .. t
IlUrBUCU J113 UlUlllCl U 1IC1U, UlJTlll Ulll, IKV, L 111119b
would have been ns dangerous thcro as Samson was among
tho I'hinsiincs. lie would nave taught tho slaves, that
"Who would ho free,
Themselves must striko the blow."
Pension Fbauds. Wo learn from the Portsmouth
Chronicle, th"at on Tuesday of last week, Charles L. Good
rich and Woodbury Gihnau, both of Epping in this State,
wero arrested, on complaint of District Attorney George,
for forging and sending to the Pension Office in Washing
ton, certificates and affidavits, gwhich a pension was
granted to Bridget Sudrick, as tho widow of Michael Su
drick. Tho amount drawn was about $1,'275. Gilman
was admitted to bail in tho sum of 2500, and on Tues
day, tho day to which the hearing was adjourned, hecanio
up missing, leaving his sureties to pay -500.
Godfrey is confined to his bcdMh consumption, aud
cannot livo long. '1
The caso has a bad look. Wchopo tho facts alleged
may not prove true. But if they do, they will only reveal
ono cose in a swindling business that has been carried on
I nla imnran n.lt P Ma .nnnt.n.ni.A
McGce, who was arrested and imprisoned by the Mcxi
Adviccs from Bermuda to the 13th ult. stato that tho cans on tho charge of stealing cattle near El Paso, is still
yellow fovcr has appeared nt St. Oeorgcs. Up to the 0th, in confinement. Tho authorities have sent to El Paso for
there had dial ono officer (Lieut. Woodford) nine men, information touching the nffiiir. Forty-eight Americana
four women nnd two children belonging to tho CCth Regi- wero engaged in the attack on the jail to rescue him ; eight
mcnt, nnd 100 were sick. Of tlio 205 convicts, only 25 Mexicans succeeded in routing tho whole party, killing
had escaped the epidemic 50 had died. John M. How- two and wounding six or eight more of tho number,
den, recently appointed U. 8. Consul, hod died. Two- TIl0 Milwaukee Free Democrat states that a paper call
fifths of tho sappers were m tho Hospital, nnd the latest j t10 gtatc Temperance League, established thcro somo
accounts stato that tho fever was spreading. Adwces to tlirco wceks ng0 wjtj, n circulation of 2000, lias now rim
the 18th, stato that tho fever was still spreading, and hod up to a circulation of 10,000 copies. This fact is n clear
become very fatal. The Governor of tho Island had fal- exponent of tho course whioh publio opinion U taking in
len a victim. 1 regard to the Maine Law Question.
Letters from Bermuda to the 2f)th, state that the num. gt.VEN CllIll)ttEX AT 0ne Birth Minisuppi against
ber of deaths from yellow fever at St. Georges up to that Me ifrorW,T10 most astonishing parturition recorded
timo was 360, out ot a population of 2,400, including tho ia tho nuna3 of tll0 imman race, wo are informed, occur
military. The foreign population had all been suffering roJ last wcek in tho yicinity 0f Salem, Tuppay county, in
from tho effects of tho disease In the C3d regiment 110 Ulis gtatCi 0llr infornlation is from a gentleman of vc
men had dieJ. ! wlin slntna that a ladv nf that neighborhood has
to toe House, the House twico refused to take up tho all through the country. Wo havo been informed of sim-
bill again, tho first timo by a votoof C3 to 73, and it thus liar cases by parties living in Vermont not a thousand p0WplnIoS at tho South than ZZ , Mutolfpl
fell through simply from want of concurrence in tho two ,milea from this town, where largo amounts of money have , , Louisville about tho removal of Slave 1 William
. . . . heen nrocuml liv formnir certificates of marriatn. death. zt . " S . .. ... . v.. t.... r t.
bodies in limiting its operations,
At the session of 1821
2, the subject was resumed, but lho session was closed
without action upon the bill.
UnivertalUl General Conventin. This body,, which
has been in session within tho last tip weeks at Columbus,
Ohio, adopted unanimously, a scrieof resolutions against
tho sins of Slavery, Intemperance and War. A resolu
tion fully endorsing the Maine Lawi passed with but one , mount duo them,
Neobo PESS.-Nothhig better illustrates the favorable JJ tomc tno mower oi seven cnuaitn ai one oinn.-
... lit i (tKiMim rI Unfit
Tlnnnld nf SMolilj V. Y. Ml wlnlft liitelilnr
been procured by forging certincates of marriage, death, frobm t"hat dt Pen8 in wWcU human WlD&s aro hay a few days sinco, and was Impaled upon a sharp sled
&c. 1o understand that the evidences of the facts in i ' ,mJJlej together like hogs, for inspection and sale, exist 1 stake, which entered his abdomen a little to the right of
these cases were handed over to the District Attorney of i Jn that b ,irtuo ft city Ordinance; but public the navel, and camo out of his back just above the hip.
Vermont some time ago. sentiment being so much regenerated as to be shocked at Strnngo to say, ho is expected to recover.
i au ,no irauus Pra.c. upon u -w.muu xmrvau inhumanity involved in their continuance, tho Coun- Thn nf th Atlantic and Pacific Railroad met at
1 it it- A ill II
couiu u revciieu inejr woum Mluuu mir. u ; , , been Induced to reneal tho ordinance. Tho Slav- ' rt,,l!f nn llntnl t Knw VnrV nn TIhibuIav. Pnrtv.
Wcnwbonev- , . . . f i.s. , .i .,. ' i ",v,t "r 'V , .... x...
VI, iiunuivi, iuh .uvuiiuavu ins iciu, icuiuig luv tuiiviu tlirOO millions Ol U011UI7, 1TCIU Duusviiuai UJT iiitjr-o.vii
manner of devices have been rcsortal to.
er served a day have drawn pensions. And what is more
mfmA!SSl!J: reproach of barbarism. A writer Tn the Loiisvillo
wiuow, iiaa uueu uwu ciiravw. uu ui ucu,.jr iuc "iii-iuu- , . - - ,i..r
to adopt some other method of redeeming their city from person from'all parts of the country. Tho meeting ad
journed for two weeks.
O - f ! I ' j Q w T ,. 1 1 1 ... UU. UUC ...WV WHV ... 1 J .
But in the present instance Qapt. Ikohaiiam's jus- John Parker, were tried under tho old law for selling i dissenting vote. A resolution in favor of establishing a I fest every community,
4.1 1 fTl - IT.-. I! :.l .1! - . 1 - 1 ..'I. .1'... .L . . b r,F .tA11vo T.n va l...n
lification rests on higher ground. Tho outraged Kos- liquor without license, and found guilty on thirty-nine
zta was under tho protection of tho American Consul, counts in all. Exceptions wero taken by tho coun
lle was thcro by authority of tho laws of the country sel for the respondents, to tho ruling of Judge Colla
in which ho was sojourning, and when the Austrian mer, and the-caso went up to tho Supremo Qirt,
commander seized him in contempt of that protection, ( where it was heard and decided last week. Tho de
lio committed an outrage against the American flag, cision of tho county court was affirmed, and- tho re
ngainsf" the dignity of the American government, , spondents fined three hundred and ninety dollars. Tho
which called for prompt interference on the part of , costs of prosecution, which follow tho fino, amount to
tho representatives of that government who chanced i two hundred and fourteen dollars atul sixty-three cents.
to bo on tho spot. It was enough for Capt. Ingraiiam ! Another suit is still pending in the Supremo Court
to know that Koszta was under tho protection of the ' against the respondent Parker, for sundry violations
American Consul, and that ho had been wrenched
from that protection by no authority of, and for no of
fence against tho government within whose jurisdic
tion he was, to justify and require his prompt and en
ergetic interference. It was not for him to wait for
a solution of tho question whether Koszta, by his
declaration of intention to becomo an American citi
zen, mado according to our constitution and laws, en
titled htm to tho protoction of the American flag.
It was enough for him to know that he was, as a
matter of fact, under ita protection, According to tho
laws of ihe-country which governed tho port in which
that flag was floating, and that he had been taken
fiom that protection in violation of those laws, and
the laws nnd ucages of nations.
But of what will Austria complain! It must bo
conceded that r-o far as tho Ottoman Empiro is con
cerned, Austria was noting in violation of tho rights
and laws of nations. It must albo bo conceded that
to far as Koszta is concerned, tlio Austrian comman
der nctod without tho authority of any known or re
cognized right that Koszta's arrcs.t was a grow out-
of tho now liquor law, which will be decided iii Feb
ruary next. Vermont 'Journal.
The PiLonitis. The fastidiousness of tho New
England pilgrims in "everything relating to morals
and manners, isnotorious. Tho marriage relation
was sacredly regarded, and divorces rarely allowed.
Still they were not entirely inflexible. We find in
Putnam's Monthly the decision of a court in tho case
of a lone woman who had been deserted for ton years,
in the following quaint style : " Mrs. Dorothy Fos
ter, whose husband went into England some ten years
since' and never was to thie day heard of, upon her
petition to this Court, hath liberty granted her to mar
ry, when God by his providence bball afford her an
George P. Gordon of Now York has invented a
card press which prints 10,000 copies an hour. Tho
cards are printed from a long strip of card paper,
which runs through the machine, and at every im
pression a single card is cut from tho strip : tho ma
chine of course feeding itself.
Theological Seminary in the State of, New York was also
hTa ee of unprin" IplnU who in- 5- determination to have the sale and
i, 1 purchase of slaves, as a business, prohibited within the
yn, W: P- outskirts of the tvn are in-
"tolerable, but a negro pen in tho heart of the city, bo-
of dolkrs havo been drawn, and tho poor widows have
TJ ,nT'iv, t IT. TiUv n C,, ,l,7Vn IT I "fr0 y of everybody,-is a nuisance which all cry
these cases to the bo torn i where they are hrought to light. out must 'anJ ghaU a0acdi Wo are glad to note
Lebanon (JY. ll.) l nig. thla 0Tilienc0 0f a growth of tho right kind of sentiment
in the right quarter. rittsourgn uazeue.
E2T The Newark (N. J.) Mercury sites that single wo
men who were freeholders, voted in that Stato as late as j"ew Mode of Cultivating Tomatoes. X Mrs Lcland
tho year 1800. In a Federal newspaper of that date is a . 0f Nora, Illinois, has given birth to a son having in each Slaughter of Americans by the Apaches. lho mrtic
complimcntary editorial to the femalo voters for unani- hand, or rather attached to the middle joint of each littlo ulars of tho slaughter of cloven Americans by tho Apache
niously supporting John Adams for Preitdcnt, in opposl-; finger by a proper stem, a perfectly formed tomato. The ! Iudians, already reported, arefs ffoifs--A party -of fic
tion to Thomas Jefferson, who was denounced by the fed. mother hadLLed unusual care upon her tomatoes in , 0 Wh?f AuShrtthK
era! presses of that day as an enemy to religion, . ( tho garden, and hoped to have them ripe before her con- hundred miles from tliat place, thoy were attacked by the
finement. The specimens presented by her infant son Indians, who carried off thirteen ot their nncst horses.
The Woman's Temperanco Convention of fihcboyijan
On their arrival at Fsteta, the Americans deapatchod Vi
County, Wisconsin, recently "Jlesolved. That ) lorg as 1 were ftD0Ul 100 Wl9 oa,Hgeor maturity or tnose in tno f ,h . company.mounted, a search of the stolen horses.
men continue to elect rum-drlnkers and supporters of the 1 Earden' anJ cou1'1 not dkUnSUkbcd from them by the Whe two days out tbey were met by the Indians, in num.
rum trade, to offices of honor and trust, hey fail tolvo
us very convincing proof of their pre-eminent ability ex
clusively to discharge tho duties of tho elector.'"
The F.tirc of tho Universalis! Society at Revere Hall,
on Tuesday afternoon and evening, notwithstanding the
rain, passed off In very pleasant style. In the evening
Rev E. n. Chspin of New York city, made a short address
to the company, eloquent, sparkling, and full of good hits.
An a happy off-band speaker, Mr C. has faw equ&!s...a.
Change or Time. Wo understand (bat tb afternoon
train South, on tho Vermont Valley Railroad, now leaves
DratUeboro at 8 o'clock and 16 minutes, instead of 4X16,
as during the Summer, Tho up and down trains pass
each other at South Vernon. ib.
Gen. Allison, Speaker of tho Florida House of Repre
sentatives, has been sworn in as Governor, the Gover
nor, aiiouc uovernor and rreaidcat ontue Benatc having J
all left the State. &&
closest scrutiny. Exe.
Wo learn from conductor Whito of the Troy and Boston
Railroad, that an embankment caved in on Tuesday, on
the Albany and Rutland Railroad, burying four of the
workmen alive beneath its ponderous weight. A large
number of men were obtained as soon as possible to re
move the earth, but when the bodies wero reached, life in
all was found to bo extinct. Bennington Banner,
Five of a gang of counterfeiters were arrested in Worth
field and Montnelier. on tbv22d,ult. In their possession
was found some 81400 In counterfeit money, consisting I gmyrno,
of tbreF tin the TVMto River Rank at Bethel, fives of the 1 J
Fall River Bank at Taunton, Mass., ones and twos of tho Tho New York Truo Democrat fays,- that of about 80
ber from 160 to 200, who surrounded them and killed ten
of the thirteen. Another of the party also died after rea
ching Magoffinsvllle, from his wounds.
The conclusions to which Mr Marcy arrives in his forth
coming letter to Mr Hulscman on the Kosita affair are,
that hostta was arrested within tho nationality of the U-
ni'tpil States, which therefore had tho rlcht to extend its'!
protection to him, and that Commander Ingraham's inter
ference in his behalf was therefore right, and that the
present detention of Kosita being illegal, the' President
expects that the Emperor of Austria will place hiin in the
same condition he was in when seiicd by tho Austrian in'
PREPARE FOR WINTER.
FV It S 1 FURS ! A fino assortment of FUR.
GOODS for Ladies nnd Gentlemen.
Also SWANS' DOWN, manuficturcd and in the skm,.
can be found at our Store at rery low prices.
Old Funs altered nnd repaired in the neatest manner.
c. numiAni) & co,
First door north Central Housoj.
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A LARGER assortment of HATS" nnd CAPS, and atr
lest prices, than any othoc concern in the vicinty.
For particulars call at
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From new york, the best assortment or
Trunks, Valises and Travelling Bags
to be found out of tho city. Wo havo every variety oC
Trunk,, varying-in prico from $1,60 lo $25.
New patterns Valises and Travelling Bags-
Also Whips,. Canos and Umbrellas.
G. C. HUBBARD & CO;.
Union Bank of Boston, twos on tlfe Hallowell Bank, Me.,
nnd a counterfeit on tho Frontier Bank, Potsdam, N. Y.
The Massachusetts Whig State Convention have nomi
nated llou. Emory Washburn of Worcester for Governor,
and Win. C. Plupkct of Adams for Lieut. Governor.
Col. Fremont has returned to St Louis, having been
compelled to abandon his proposed explorations in conse
quent of ill health.
democratia presses in tliat State, 10 have hoisted the 'Ter
rified' (Hard) ticket, whllo 70 hoist the Untcrrificd' (Soft)
banner. The Hards are thv friends of the administration.
Tho brig Northampton, with a cargo of 7000 bushels of
wheat, and the schooner i'untau, loaded witli railroad iron,
were sunk on Wednesday afternoon during tho gale, whllo
lying at tho dock in Michignn City. A great portion, of
the wm was also carried away.
Octobtr 4th.. 1853-
Bales choloe Robes, just received at
Q. C. HUBBARD & CO'S.
n,.inijn, irks. oi
GLOVES AND MITTENS.
rpiIE publio are daily testifying to our fine astorment
X and low price,. O. C. HUBBARD & CO.
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