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Thursday, May 12, 1853.
' IX)R CANAI. COMMISSIONER,
JMOSES POWXALL, Lancaster County
, FOR AUDITOR OEKKKAU,
" A ILEX. Jv. MoCLURE, Franklin Co.
' CMK5STIAN MYERS, Clarion Co.
Crops in Florida. We learn from Florida
that throughout Aluchua, Columbia and Mari
on counties, cotton is in an excellent state of
forwardness, and bids fair for a heavy crop,
the additional ground planted this season
warranting; the estimate that the product of
thisyear will be double that of the last or
about 10,000 bales. The tobacco, so far as
transplanted, looks well, particularly in Ma
rion county. The arrowroot which has been
set outlooks well and a considerable quanti
ty will be manufactured the ensueing season.
Gubernatorial. Col. Andrew G. SHOCKING ACCIIPE-4T Horrible Railroad Collision.
nf on the ' JJuring the nigno or ine -iotn mc, a
bv several Whigpapcrs asthe nextTOig JEW HAVEN E AIL ROAD. e,r.rible c ffon 00 CUredl the follo?D?:
C IT XT CI . . I liinann haftnaon on PVTirPSiJ train OT1 thA .1 I.l
The Syracuse Star is responsible lor
following ' 'In thd State .of Ohio
Chicago, between an express train on the th resided a familyconsi5tihg of an
Gubernatorial candidate. 'The Cham- The AoM Mijf Jta-. jfioii-i, Central Railroad and an omi- old man bv the name of Beaver ?nd his
bersburg JVlng says. Col.- Curtin is ft Cars mto the ISorivalk Knar-far- rant train on the Southern Railroad, at three all of whom, are.hard 'pets,'
m a'JL vj. Mil:-mC:' ty-five Lives lost Several Persons Se- n ;n --wa mn rna ip.1i AW . i i i rx t, on
one of the ablest and- most zealo'usfrWfiigs
in Pennsylvania, and has few equals as a
8"ve are indebted to lion. S. A
.uougiass, lor a copy ot his speeches in
-the Senate, in reply to Senators Clayton
-and Butler, on the Central American
The May number of the Massachusetts
Teacher , the JPennsylvariia School Journal
New York Teaclicr, and Maine Journal of
Education, have been received. They
are all excellent and fullv sustain their
well earned reputation. "Why will no
every teacher in Monroe county subscribe
for one, or all of them I They could not
. day out a dollar to better advantage.
r Littcll's Living Age has commenced
new series, and if possible, is better than
before. The pages are smaller but in
creased in number, so that it will look
better when bound. Very few persons
have time or money sufficient to peruse
the best Foreign Magazines, so LiUcll
kindly selects the very bet articles and
scnus them to us every wock. io one
that has taken it can do without it. May
its subscription list ever increase and its
prosperity never wane.
The Knickerbocker is always a welcome
visitor, and especially -when it comes in
the merry month of May. What can be
more pleasant than on a balmy May day,
beneath an old tree, to enjoy the Knick
Knacks that Clark so bountifully spreads
upon his table. The price has been re
duced to three dollars, or if you want clieap
reading, send.five dollars, and you will re
ceive the Knickerbocker, Home Journal
and Musical World for one whole yea
Think of it.
lOWe learn by the Easton TrTri".
yesterday, that the little steamer ""Wash
ington," -which made several trips be
tween Easton . and Milford, the present
terminus of the Belvidere and Trenton
Railroad, grounded near Milford a few
days ago, and has been withdrawn.
A Whiff Trimiij!i.
The Whigs of Wilmington, Delaware,
. triumphed gallantly at their municipal elec-
? tfon on Tuesday, the 3dinst, They elected
John A. Alderdice, Esq., editorof the Journal,
to the office of Mayor by 150 majority, and also
their candidates for Alderman and City
lion. John B. Gibson, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, died
in Philadelphia on the 5th inst., aged 73
years. He has been a Judge since the
year 1812, and for the last 25 years Chief
Justice of the State. He "was a man of
clear intellect and profound learning, and
his judicial decisions are regarded as a
moug the soundest ever pronounced.
The Governor, Executive Council and
many of the Senators and Representatives
of the State of Massachusetts have sub
; scribed one day's pay to aid in the com
pletion of the Washington Monument.
Zc:tth of a Mais from Glamlers.
On Sunday week, Coroner Peter A. Stout-
enburgh, at Queens county, New York, died
at Jericho from a disease known as the "lan
ders, lie caught the disease when admin-
ly-jive Mies tost--sever au Persons be- n:nf -Wp ii, fwn nrnsa panh other i n Le th nd-
, 7-. 7 I - "w " " I WHO II au iUUlIUUU di-uaj-i
u inJ"'ul' on the same level. vice ami entreaties of a pious though very
Norwalk, Ctk May 6, 1853. The locomotive and baggage car of the ccceli"trrc'rMnisTer " who-lidedTiify
One of the most terrible and fatal ac- Express tram, and three ot the cars ot same town. It happened one of the boys
pTv"p f-lmifhrt fnllnwint rrmnrhi nf n. cidents tnat your paper has .ever chrom- tne emigrant tram, were smasneu, anu a3 bitten bv a rattlesnake and iras ex-
1 r I -1 .1 1 jL:. : 1 L MR norc-nTH! -irrv. I-Illnrl on1 flH frt HO in. I . -i . T l .1 If' :.. -no
c.io cn f.n,n ir,, Ac lvu uwuli Luis iiiuruiuiT ituum f""uu,j uu uu u wv JU oecteu to aic, -wnen tue luiuisiei
n . . ,,. w .. any minutes pasc nine, oy wmcu no less juueu. sent for in great haste, un ms arrivat
reter borrei JLhis was an action, fi, fiff,r ort1o i,n i,nan f TIia P.hlo firm niTinra nnnf.nin Tifnrf.-Tfn-I i r l it. . ..--, nnifnnf.
... i luuu uiuj cuuu uino U(-u 3UUU-.U vi.ci uiuj . I " u.wi. wi.uv.u viw - - w . ho IQimQ, UlU VOUUiT JUULI U- V UWJiW."-
1w.1u.1W uu- shnrtpd trTH taw Ynr r nhniit. nirht. dmn' details fit t IP. Lnf.n me ancho V !C- .1 : wir.h The
amuel T ilhclm ) liar character excited 0.clock in cpmpany with a ereafxnany of cident. The entire road in the vicinity Minister calling on the familv, kneeled
a larcre ana nveiv interest: ana arew a r- .- t:.x.. n i. j s . -
i . t nit. tit x'r i i mJ lueuus) ior xos.ou, auu mi passeu ji udw.wujuu wu. wvciuu imu down ana praved in this wise:
large audience. '1 he Plaintiff claims that .F- hn h.lln1 YT,Tir,T, linf:i MWJ ruined ears nn.1 t.l rlnjid jmrl drinrr. , T..i "lvi. i. fiool-n0.
V i 1 J , I .1 1 1") ... I -""--.-v.- .iw "J O I J JJUIU. WU tU till IV IU-. 1V1 JIHUtOUKUV.I
soon alter the death of the late PetluKt , , h , 1pft rtnon One bv one tlm wmmrlnd nnr? uninhiriod l 'xi. i. nc-ni,o l.oc
-r c I . i t 1 r 1 i 1 1 ..-.w.w ...... w.w I J W ' LIIUIIK LllUtJ U-.-US. i iaiUMUUJ-V.uu-
.uilleh, oi easton, tne .aerenaant uaa ,,fl pi-nlv n mlnfo 1, rnr onrl erent frnm 11. nrirl tbn. sbripta of , .. T. .r .i .i .ui,.ni.
istcrinff medicine to a horse affected with it. emnloved him to o. or send to Western 7, . J - i - . " T A ' . " 7 " im. n e pray lueo u a .
o .i 1 j - c 7 r.np pnir lid worn TirnniTiiiornf i nm rnn riTr i liiu wiiiiii;ti. min r.iin orn.'LTis nr ins 11 vmtr i , i . ti i x., u;- i. 1 1. o.n4.
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xxui ..a.m a laiu.iuu uy a uiUU.t anu uiu x uua)ama, v. vuw tw uuwre u.- a dislance of about thirty feet from added to the horror of the scene. onp t0 b:te Sam- and 0 Lord, send thff
u.u v,uullliull.aivuiu.ili.1)Jiii;.. - . 7 . . tne Dnaffe. The concussion in the last vnc poor woman, wuii potn ner ices
1 f fi l ifzr W out iM thnf, m nAnciHoofiAn I 0 . I 1 1 . . . .
, . . n.. I j. icupeu oug 01 id mat x Knew tue exicnc a.iuo, uu tu iiuuc uues tjuiuj
O. 41. 4 ...!tl. T
oiTungvr 111u.11 (in jinny vjiiii umincrb. 1 01 mis s crvice iuu ueieuuunc uau agreeu j eapeiJ
number ox smallpox pauenis m ugiemorpe co pay piiuuuu a oiupUaauou 01 u per of the awfd catastropIie (bafflca
Georiria. made a stampede from the buildings cent, upon the share, 6f the estate which fw.P:n:ftn w;fiimif nn,r fi..in t Li-.
in which they were confined by the civil au- u should obtain by apy arrangement or ri "d to the'cdge ofhc bridge and there dies 0f he? father, mother and brother,
thoritics, and, in different stages of the fearful contract, he could make with the heir-at- t ho I beheld a scene that I shrieking like a maniac.
malady, fell upon the officers and put them T"71 ."o naa accoraingiy iouna tue shall nofc f fc untU d j die The Thrce children from e ght to ten years
all to flight. Mayor Sorrell called out the - 1 ' ff 1 V 1 1 . enSine was stuck deep into the mud on ot age were taken out anH recognized by
:i: o.,,o t, i;cf..ri,nnoft. thot- .. ' , . . --w the iar side, and was tollowed bv a bas-- tneir iatner, wno is leit a one
however, made but poor resistance to their licitation3 offtthen, who ere desirous ?f,g f?:!"l
diseased opponents, flying in great confusion to obtain his influence with the heir-at
ijunedcimg- u :n Beaver family to repent-
ins to her.
A young woman stood'by the dead bo-
Gcorgia is a model State. She har
800 miles of railroad in operation. Iler
credit is of the highest order, her six per
cent, bonds selling at the highest premi-
11m nn1 clin nnTO mvPQ TinflPP
of a car appeared Lj; in ovIip infprpst nfber bonds
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ui mum oeing toiaiiy suumergeu ue- uu uwu auu uauu uj. uu um uiuu or next six months in advance
n lhiii n mt.nn .11 AT OCT n(ttniinTC emit pnv In -I.A. 1 ...f. AJ I I '
at ui(..t -K"'W" rA uuu, ..uu luuwuuauu iuus uuauwu Mr. TitpL-p- TinI n. mnsf inirnftH. another.
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iinM iiip rinv nrm tiip fiiKiimpr w.i; KiiriKinintT i i iii:ikp. miiii inn Tnnnp :i nnnrripr. mr i ... . . .. .... i mi . t i, r i
...w , -o' - " our psnnnp trifh his itp hut. t ip pnnrtnp.. ine scene at tue oenoc was awrm in
n A- I. . I I I . -J. X I . J X I A y I I
UUUWiSUU" IUU iU UUU Un lUlU" lUO eSlUli; , nr Af li il. j;j 1. 11 fhp ovtromA TO1,t, fl.n
i.uii I'll . vjuuiaiiuua. uiu uu u uiu wcu. i "-- ahwuu m ulx tuu
(TJ-Mrs.. Frost of the town of Madison, by which ho had realized a kfe amount Tf ; mV l' A tlic ioan ot -a amnall argentcous
- ,, ,i r Ui,'u 1 1J u a 0 4UJ U1IL He was in the smoking car at the time, brought in. Ihejloor va3 covered with truncated cone convex: on its summit and
AewHampslnre a lady nowm her hundredth of property estimated by plamtm's coun- and escaped out of thedoor into the riv blood3 and heaps of lim ,s gathered to- !
year, is engaged in knitting a pair of stock
seiin the trial, with its accumulations ; f wnc llllofl f1nr TOOfor J nt!ier in a nnrn.r. wl,ilfi rnnnv lrnnn 11 , 1 o?. "Z-irr
i. .i .. r. , - . i.,v.w.wti M wLniv uiiwui uuubt ftu&vin -i I "j I mnnnj ' ,no winron n Tnimn p
e .. . .i . ltr in n . tn tlin lima s; 1 Ull III III tn Willi III III . I . . - I , . - . iiuvuj. iiuuuu
mgs inr exuiumon at mc vonus rair ai '- v-,- . times bv the drowning creatures, but c- ones were searching lor lost tnends
new xoru. r !. " rl ventuallv succeeded in reachmfr the shore relatives. rpu nnn. frj.j w ,l,la,l on.
1 lllf I ' ' IP p?iqp wnt! nhlTT fiMPfl nnr tvnrm. . " . . . " 7 .. . m. , -r t , ., . iuc vuccii i xiugiauu ji "uu
iu ii veiy exuauisieu couuiuon, uis uuau uuu aomj muuuw mu vul other to the many lavor3 conferred on
rprifllflllv CllPPnorJorJ in ToihiTifr flip clivrp I relafivfiS.
The case was ably tried and warm- :n . Vf ,vi,0cf nnnAu:nn0 The no
The Grand J ury of Philadelphia have ly contested. A. II. Peeder and Henry bei seyerel bniise( Lig face,disfiurcd, diet on the bodies of thelighteen persons E ftithfi, hJt
brought in a presentment in which they P?cn V' coudsci ior tiio P ain- andhis wrisfcdislocatede The melancholy killed. '
- I fin I t I I -"- vf- ,in ntn I I - i m i m . . - 1 -
declare that Autiiur Spring is the mur- i, ' . V . ,n, " v-t"il' and heart-rending portion of my story 'Ihey round that the deceased came to
xwip., ,iui uuuau, xiiBuuijiBiiuuuu twmai t j t,d Both of the nas- their deaths by a collision between the
a verdict in tavor ot the plaintili ior cleV- finnfrpr nro nqTMii hnfrtM m'hni- trains nanSRd Tiv fl,P rrU p?irp1p5?npRS
C tllOUSanU dOllarS. ltT clll-.t,.J xi xl x.M 1,: nnrl nprrlpf f Afrva 'lhr (Innrlnnrnr
iull high at the time, and the loss of life and Thomas Uackman,
KnfTtnppr of t.hp
z . ... 7-. . C i i.w u.tu w buv, uiujui UUU iwu vi. iu . q -" - j " - -" "
i,tw 8 fc mou-vjiicc njsicm. .f nnp vprv rn T. ow w(lrp . Michigan Central llailroid. and Herbert
f - I - -vww-w XW4C X-t W A- V IlVXWVkXXI T 7 " I
congress has provided by a la e law a fact, only about six or seven persons who L.Whitney and Edwarfl Davis, Engi
stem of letter-carrying out-sidcthcmails. oc0rt,i .u- 1: , . n efi, -r1,i i,,!;,,,.
derer of Joseph Hink. The character
of Jerome Feckert, who has been in
prison for some time on the charge of
having committed this murder, is cleared
i-. i.i.:n i a
IIV Mt I I'M' I 1 IIMII. I
-j r svstem oi ietter-carrvinfrotffc?i7?z2. ' -.t ,i i- . xi. o..ii tij i.i.i- ai.t
i, , ,1-,' ci. , escapeu wicu tueir lives: ail tllO rest, a- uu mu ouumuruivuau. uuiuius; mem
j ne i'ostmaster-iienerai is eninowerfifi to , i Ai .i..ii Oi -L-j.- .
rrnnA ctr,. Jo i m p n n,nntr;n , . , . r : luouiiuDg to iieanv nrtv persons, were as causiu tue ueatus ot ice uouies ueiore
,.,i;m i u , iU"T" w ,A -ru ,"u drowned. These two cars were the only them.
,.,..., ..w, a.u.uuf.11 aa.u.,a.jr ocner persons appiymff tnereiore suitable ao : i,,- i, ni. mu Th nB Arn lTnr?fn nnm..
nHihptPfl tn civon rmtT wnc ct 1 1 1 niinrt ll linnc inUnnnln ...til. 1,. xn,- xU I J I. . I i
"w rt uutia, nuu iiuatago Dtatupa wuieuii, k. w . j i .mnsl,. m endcnt of the Mach nfe shon for not
.1 . .. . . I- . 1. 1 1 ii I . 1 . i- i. .1 IT XI v, h -3
dut he never
The story runs that on a certain occasion, ca:nea express compandor any other Fulle who reDorted ag dead had a Pobert Davis, a firemafc on the South
Learn to Spoilt.' "
This is the first advice that a female
whale gives to its young, and it is justT
ing grace at his table, and this or the pre-payment of postage, and that ed to pieceSj and curiousto say uofc a in. furnishing proper lights o the engines of the advice that every American mother
: omiueu on any occasion. .t uuvuiupeb may uu le life WM Jost Th(J 1 Mr. the Central Campany. should give her boy. In no country in'
runs mat Oil a ceriaill Occasion.1'""" uP"ulvi U"J Uluci h'lipr whn ttoc rTiirtnrl na AanA 1,,1 h'nhprf-. )!ivt3 n firpmnti nn fhP Nnnf h. .1 n ,1 i tr-t -i
the old gentleman invited a sea captain, a jol- private means ofconveyance, as parties may very fortunate escape. A few seconds be- ern Railroad, and Whitnk Davis, Tyler Bpoakera to operate in as in the United
. . apree. buch envelones are now beino- nre- xi ?i . ... j ti l-xx.j x i !!Fl",A,;ia lu "r""1- ,ui tfa m kUC vjuhcu.
ly oio weauier oeaien tar or nis acquaintance, , , , A ' . , pTPpfP(q Ioru l"? a0C1Qenc t00K Place, Knowing that u. an were coinnmieu xo awau States A man capable of stirring up a
to dine with him. They sat down to dinner, fft , Jj.t, L;,ui..ieiT,.L sometmng was wrong, he ran to the door ot tueir tnai. multitude at a mass meeting, can reaclr
.v x j "uul uuv- his car. but could not tret out. He then Those named in the ferdict are held :n :ft rtf xt,ft-' on1niia ;
braced himself hrmlv in the car and nre- tor manslaughter. I ir-wii tnn Tm-vf tli. "1 Trfclllf,.T. 'flntl
O -r. TT1T r-lll X - I I UUIJIXI" IliUU UUUIUllUIll1 Ul UUUIU 1 xuu-
.NjP? I cnnwoH nil Hnw nn SiindntT I J C xl 1 I 1 i 1 1 f I mi -ii ..I .. IP O 1 '
. Z j w v,MJf v,.i uuviivj,, piiiuuiuriuBurasujWuicntooKpiacemaiew rne umcago uemocratid ress says the leaving off with the Presidency
ihe car being broken, he es- number ot tne injured by the late ran road col- Tn tl.P nrpcpnf: flnnorpcsq fliprp nro fif"
i is mUcn larger nan wis nrst supposed Senators-43 are, or have been lawyers,
nnm nenprtnonof thnt thoro nrn (mm ill I -
w --''""'vu -"" r uuui iu i i m r n xi. . ii r
that are more or less iHiured. l lu& mJ 7 " IUi dU uluei Pi uies-
r sinna. U hv is this? hv should 2d.--
xxo auoa as possmie tne Douies ot the
and the old gentleman, according to custom,
commenced saving grace: but the captain
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wiiofce auenuou wasuivcrieu ior me moment, i n 17 - pin:nfioiJ Trnmcl,i n. a-.
lip.nrintr ihp nm (rpnllpmpn Knp.n tlinnrrlit lip I x. i n mi.. n i ...
f, -r- i Ly, iuassacuusetts jluc bnow on tne uay caped through the wreck un mured, with 1ISIor
was addressing him, turued to him wit h ,.c xir. ?nnh ,inT, fifxrtI Li r .. , ""'"j"1"-") , I Tt
..-i . . was three ieet deep in the woods nf teen the excention of a ilppn put. !iirn?a tho " 18
:rr''Yo nos, ' ' .0 50
J o o I I
na?-3 000 nln 1,, 1ipp miTinc . . , . "v0 u' "" TraSGdv iiiUIstcr CilllllV. TV. Y.
The man who aUemp ,o smoko a pjpoof in hdia'oapolis this BgnagAn. ;Z SuT and Cd SHX Tbc n"! M ' Prci narrates n nnn T if P .t
mdy, is troubled with dizziness of the bram iimif .io n:ana mX-' Qno nnn , ars were nhed up, and laid out in the , f . . . 2d,000,000 of other people? For no oth--
d talks of joining the "Daughters'" bout g13 a Pce-making 03,000. depot and -engine roonij herc an anxious the following story: .q P k
crowd of spectators were endeavoring to
onflftr 1. vj;r.r. MU, l.ni,!
Buormons Appropriation, J
rrL , nui"' U1 -L:" lUHUaUlP).lur for the most part men manv of wlinm
oe uenerai-ippropnauon bill, passed county, cave birth to a male calf which 7 J . . nisiory oi uiose concerned, UU1 torm a chap- uuu n j-uww uu ui -u
by the Legislature, contains appropria- weighed0 one hundred and two pounds, Z cZantZ IZ I Ynrl 5 tGr f CXcitinff interGSt ? 8 puJ).lic' For fle S00 r?aSn;- EiCLy Scho1 Tt
tions to theamount of over FIVE 3IIL- the next day after its birth. The calf is Z K Z It p. ! pJ f a maf .nam,ed 7 'ce .haVC13a dcclramat!n V?? ' .Wt
LIONS OF D0LLAES. Some of the still living, and is likely to continue to 7 f p.p.- g g P n rtnTlT.Tf ' 7 !" t.13013 f ? ClaSSGS bfrl?lbated
xi. Vr it . -. ... a iiiu uuur last evening m removing tne m me town oi itocnesier. minis countv. n ihr rf mrsforr nf
items are tnese : mnve. iur. u. lntenus to rnisp if. ns n it n ., . . TT. r. , , ', i . j j - p---"--x-.
A learned young lady, the other even
ing, astonisded a company by asking. for,
the 'loan of a diminativc, argentcous,
Potatoes are selling in Ontario county
N. Y., for 10 and 12 i cents per bushel. "
TTjThe Legislative guzzle given, at
narrisburg, a few days before the closo
of the session, will cost about 8,000. r
l ax payers foot the bill.
sions. . hy is this.'
000 lawyers have eight times as manr
a un-:t.i . ...j. i i i
tiiu-i. nuiiiuiu iiiiiu was ufiuutruiua in hit .t x.
: o... , ., a , v . ... vers are generally good sneakers. 'But;
TWp l-illprl Tvpro ""scouniy on ounaay, me iin uit., wnicli to- , , , . .
v.w vv ,i .i . . ,. iv,iiv hiioii ill rnuu e lhera iir niiiiLfti i f r
gmr wiui uie circumsianqes auenumg tne ' . , 1 .
Table Delicacies. The T. Y. Journal
of commerce states that people who have
money enough, can obtain as many line
new potatoes as they want, fresh from
Bermuda, for thrce dollars a bushel; as
paragus, for fifty-six cents a bunch; straw
berries, one dollar a basket, or fifty cents
a mouthful; green peas, fifty cents a half
peck; tomatoes, thirty-seven and a hal
" cents a quart. Ihe latter come from
Bermuda, wrapped in paper and packed
. in boxes, in the same manner that oran-
ges are imported. Most of the green
vegetables are brought from Charleston ;
potatoes also, as well as from Bermuda
Murder in Armstrong County. The
Allcghen' Enterprise states, that on Friday
last, a man named Cassell, captnin of a sec
tion boat on the Pennsylvania canal, when
near Freeport, got off the boat to fasten a
line on the berra side, and, while doing so,
was stabbed by some villain, and died imme
"diateJy. The ere v of the boat searched the
'neighborhood, but were unable to find the
murderer. The murder created a great ex
citement in Freeport, and a large number of
. the citizens started in search of the wretch,
butxhe latest accounts state that he had not
yet been recovered. The darkness of tbe
night prevented those on the boat witnessing
The several departments,
ror legislative expense,
Distributing the laws, &c,
Water and Gas,
Pensions and gratuities,
Interest on public debt,
'ublUhing abstract of ac
counts of Supt. and Supervisors,
'rintmg registry books,
Extra compensation to officers,
North Branch canal,
Belaying .North track of
the Columbia railroad,
837,965 00 curiosity
The Southern Republic has received from
Mr. F. K. Beck a kinsman of the Yice
J resident a brief account of the last
moments of Mr. King. It says He
was quiet, and resigped to the fate which
he had seen for some time awaited him.
Shortly before six o'clock on Monday e
venmg while a. lew friends were sitting
around his bedside the onlv ones he
would allow in his sick room he sudden
ly remarked that he was dying. The
watcuers arose to their feet, under some
excitement, when the Colonel said ' Be
Ihe WifTi Pftrltr frn flip
farmer would become as successful 'on-
the stump' as gentlemen who consume
il .. ! " XI. - 1 J X" - . .
beneath the tQeir ou m PounuS over lue olu mgyism,
bodies from the wreck. The excitement He had several sons and
m the town is intense, and pvprvhnriv is WIIB oi jen uoyce, one coia morning, was
a.wL. ?.i-x i found frozen to death, nhntit n milp from
i- . - , . - ui u nuiuu LiiiiL liiu ;u: liiRnr, w:is pnnnpfi i r-
lMst Moments of the v ice 1 'resident. k. t.. 0i:rt r i t home, m the mountains, somfe fifteen or more
S.,xi,.. 7?M-. j e J o"ouw U1 W1 vuzwvvi. wiiu A u..-..i
perlv warned, by the lowering ofiLaur&
a ball, that the bridge was up. Ho, how- his children for snrrm timp. Hnr finniw thptr be aenuired bv practice at anvtime
ever, never heeded the signal, and drove were all married save one, named Eliza. latter, however, can only be obtained by
the cars, at the rate of about twenty miles Not far from Ben's lived a mln named Cross, 'breaking the ice' durin our school boy.
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au uuui, iinu mc miuuie oi tue orwai who was mamea, uut uvea annappny wun days. Aain we say -'learn to spout
uvuii xiiu uu.t.JgiJr5in LilOSC Cars WlllCn"J -"-u auuv una, auu ui;uuiuiniy
I . X X X 1 . 1.1 IT
were not pitched into the river were not in- U1,BI"-U negotiations wun nisreignuor, wnicn
iurcd in the least. T1,p mnsf nnrinn nnr resulted m a lair exchange, ltoyce took Mrs.
mi x ,i ., i . r Cross to wife, or to Ins homeland Cross took
, , ijen,s dau hter EHza
-uico p.iuu. wBiu injureo, wnuc not less Soon after this arranrremek.
t ia- x:tx ..i rxi i i . o i
lUdU ulV BUUia wure, wiinouc any warn- Eliza gave birth to a daughteri
ing, hurried before the throne of their plexion of the child the coloi and the pecu-
young married couple from liar curl of its hair, indicated
iwat cuiuu un. m T m lx ,T
thcr. besides, x wu.;i" i ,a young
that the child a married lady. The man pleaded corn-
man and white mon usage in justification: but the lady
ko mind this at argued, (and she had the best of it ) that
ge her as his if it was common usa?e. it -was not prmi
.i'll 1 - 1 . 1. . .. x'-
0,255 00 P-"inoeqme who w"ere proceeding on the blacker than Cross was its fs
nn in rpiiisnn i.n nnvp tup nn nnno nr nci. . j i i ...
uu h .. . i ii .V, m,. honeymoon, were both drowned, and were ner repuiea intimacy wun
00 uueUoiu uuuueu oi nis uymg conamon. laid onfc si(Jft hv M. fllrt ,r. strengthened the conviction
rk t 1 II S IIII VMI'IHII I'ZI lltl III 'lliri fV!ITllTlffl rl I TT1 1 . . . -
UU " rJ " eifrht o'C Ofit f,r.-in frnm T nctnn
I ' I ' l. f 1 1 1 T i X I O jjujiuu
osr nn J-i-seems as cuougu j. snail never i.: i, xi.x x- .. i. -v
I x x. i l i i i r t i " -w wvuu -ixsi w ivuiuiLUi i ennnen nnn tho nut no in n l l . . -r
OUU UU 6" ... am UJ.ufi The cars frnm Atpw Ynrl- w ,U,1 1 '.',. r . L . muu iikui, .uu mau .t!iv uuv puuessett
J-aKe the pillows trom under my -,:fi. . . ' : ."r , " f .1,,lcu" the right of choosing her own tickler
' ' T 1 1 , 1 x r 1 " i-u- utuuj ui ulk tviiuu oil'; tvus acuutcu uy U IMUU1IV-I
pixiuiT- ti a.uiuiuiiiv lu- ri -if:T, Bfi, i.:nj - -xr i..-t : ; ii, :i.ui i i...
l n J 1 1 1 1 . rr t I x .icili.ijo Ui lu A.111UU. JLUailV U Olt-lJ1,t4 111 .c UC1"HUU1 11UUU, uy
- ;:.x r.x . uu. au.iuiuf. j.. tQar shea b tbcm oycr , cob Goshn Ue j,.- a wife
no renei, rue aoctor turmju mm irom nis -f xi t1 zc ... , wnaiMimiQnrhim Thmri
.i iuusu iiuu, u uul ior ine carelessness i ..fa..
nf thp m nn nprc nf fi,;0 1 a v to become a mother. On Sd
vjj. i,j x au, 11 UU1U U.I. , , , .
' I lnrlimnrl tn nnnnmnnni lnc in
alive and happy, but now arc numbered T- V t fu
n, xitA AanAlJtvx and m thecourse ot their wa
back on his cide, when ho died in a mo
with the dead.
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.:t " the following in relation to the extent E !;,?Il T,aS .DCnd Prectly perpendicular. licit they .topped
imauw vuuiimuee 0f the slave stealing
-California Production. Nutmegs grow
spontaneously in the mountains of the new
State, longer and more tapering in shape than
the nutmegs of commerce, and superior, in
tbejr flavor. A tree of the Sierras, which
rses to tho height of four hundred feet, and
f,mmense diameter, exudes a juice that
when cry.talized, takes the name of pine su
gar, and has a delicions aromatic taste.
iur. jjaii&1 called the attention to
the very large amount of appropriation
ior tue public w,or:s, which he remarked
would strike benators with surprise. The
amount appropriated for repairs and or
dinary expenses alone, anunuited to almost
An honest farmer was asked why he
did not take a paper. 'Because' said he."
my father, when he died heaven rest
the woman his soul left me a good many papers,
But the com- and I havn't read them all through yet.-"
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vho, it is said, iiauu.as. xuexeiroi. JL'rcejrrcss
Crosswas about reports tue late united estates Uollector
nday she was at Sundusky, Ohio, as having 'slid7" with'
nto the woods, 18,000 of public money, and his deputy's;
children, leaving his ow
or four children behind.
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The indignation of tW ullu ".M."'WU11 . , TK ,.y. .ca.ine wlJe ana c'"iar, leaving nis own wife
precipice, auoui iwo nunurep ieetnign, and and three
1 - I
ijosiin looked u wut nl,r lnnl-i K-f ;i,-x
... I "jjV xv uiua lo tutlu UUUUr
replied Mrs. J . "Oh! call the dear.
beautiful, pretty little creature in, and let
me Hiss her."
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business in that sec- icsor,P?oni several of them alleging that to talk. After a brief period
i I lit niirr n nT chAii i .1 x l i ii.a i f .1 j
::::::iV: rri l ml the window Susan?" WhT.AatisminB
"The under around railroad is in M. "T'e ltt wuum douoi. i nis town is u woouchuck, aim ipaicaieu to ner ,. A, T iiai , j"' ,
tive operation running its trains regular- ab0Ut torty-four -des from Now York, w erf the animal was to be en. After he
me operauon, running its tiains regular- , nn , n, .T withdrew a sten or two. she innmnr.hPfl Hip
ly nearly ev
P pnnfiniio - n -m I'l.;- 1 l. i
28 goods and chattels in the shape of men, v I'V'fs- muiau.uoiy ac- the awfu, ab below.
,i i,:ii n t , v.u uuv-uii luuuuauuucufu oia Bicam- .3r--,n -o - -nr.n-- fl. rn .1:1 . i
. ,1 7 , .j iiuwku ituu -iiiiui.ij. iu UUU UwliJli DiilUM , , i,,i . I wuttiiu uo ii uiu uuumi, uiu 1U1I UIU 1IUI
( , tw ;w f . f()r tbera tQ remin jn the cj . dav 1 7ei..g ieo i rougn the bridge when kill her. She struck amW stones and
tutoic wanes in any one year, lie thought hu. :n nP f1in tMJ we tram was about due, thus precipita. stumps, but survived the terrible descent.-
the Commonwealth would be well rid of 0ered for thr t (&mt c9 500 mg the cars right into the bed of the riy- The injuries she sustained, however, were
.uciu, auu nuuiu u nilllUL' to ITIVC LilCin : rt : il. r l l i
away, if the State cannot tret rid of them ! CL , . T7l New England States. aa flm.P wl,n , was r-ised and mangled in a horrible man- Pa.
o xiiev were iupieivcs irom r no nnva nn .. " t- i,: ...r..i i:.: t. i i-
Heavy Verdict. A verdict of 53,600
was returned a few days ago, in the,N;i
Y. Superior Court, in favor of Miss Car
oline Thomas, plaintiff in a seduction caso.
For his part he was sick of ,onc tnUn ;. n- f - i 1. er- 'J-'hia unfortunate accident will cause awful and Inust Prove fatal, it is said. Her brought against Thomas P. McBaron. .
uld be willing to give them :n saretv :n the frpe in(1 of n-n(ii JeeP sorrow in many hearts all over the boweJ3 were rent open, and her whole body The parties are residents of Pottsville,
in any other way.
Tic Use of Iron. Among the articles
which the French have sent to this coun-
country, is a new styled arm chair for par
lor use, formed of line iron wires, woven
- i n .-i. .
State of Kentucky. It is needless to sav. .Vura ou e57 VersonS reslUinS in the
perhaps,,, that tbe down trains of this road ; "ne ana aern portion of tho Un-
ahvays go empty."
ner. in tins awtul condition
wards a habitation, and was
nights exposed, before she wr
Up to the last accounts she is
uosun nas ncu. it is said
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Tlf Tl .1 1 . . J lIllAI Ull E.OllltAllil aaAl-4-
Mrs. uegg, tue solo surviving sister ol .i, vau wmuvni believed iir-m,! him tn it fmm
together spirally. The seat of the chair the immortal llobert Burns, residing at Car smashed Many persons injured, but cers are in pursuit of the vi'
is junueu oi wire, continuous witn the M-vr, in ocouauu, now in ner eigutv-sec-
she crawled to-
two days and
Boston, May 7, 1853.
This afternoon, at half-past 4 o'clock, almost surelv be subiccted to I.vnch law.
as the New Bedford and Taunton train .
was near launton, Mass., the axletree of The Whigs of Tennessee have nomina
wire, continuous with the M
back, or, if a rocker, the sides back and owi year, has sent for exhibition at the
seat are all of one piece; that the fabric Crystal Palace, New York, a pair of socks
is stiong and thoroughly durable need knit by her.elf.
not be added. The seat, far from bein"
intractable, hard and unpleasant, is elas- IiieKusii for Office. TVe under
it- 1 .ft J 1 nXJ lL.1-1 Xl. "l-ll-.X X? Xl
ww auu oi uuiiu-oin. appearance, anu can nt'"", iuu wu.u luu vjoiiector oi cue X'ort nA ,-. . ' .'x x x p U r
ii i . i ana nassp.nfirpr inr ppntninirirf tmntif-.tiifn 1 4.i
be transnortfid from n hpp tn ti1.ip.a wifli. at JJa t more took li s nffinp. tvhinh wna nn 1 w-.....l2 .-jr-.i, uuvui.
, i I ' 7 " nnmonnoi-c rano ti . .1a. A
n,,r.,1mn,rn Thn WA;l,f nf " WprlnpQflnt, lncf. fhp niT,nn.con1,-c A r"---"o- iai UU1V11 UU UIU
this description is considerately less than about the Custom-ETouse were so numTJ: ?V7? '"l TnE UTSTAIi ALACE-Vlli be lin
one of rosewood or carved mahogany, and o us as to induce many people to believe Lnf vmn i "1r"rl'lu "" ail"i"ul" ished and ready for the reception of visi
wo days and It's quite too bad of ye, Darby, to say'
discovered. that yur wife's worse than the devil."
still living. "An't maze vour riverence. T can nrn-n
j i i . in
uiut uia wue iqv l lie no v acnniuro l can. hp tho revolt
was cognizant of the cowardllr deed, and it is ers! Din't your riverance, in the sermon'
ealousy. Um- yesterday, till us if we resist the devil, he'd
lain, and it is Hee from us! Now. if I resist mv wifn .!.
k j i i .j ' , j "-
uuucu u uiav uu urrusiuu unci punisneu. hies at me!
ihe people here are highly excited on the
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suDjeci, anu ii ne is captureu here, he win Messrs Hon uit II
Douolass, Jacob B.
Ardnt, and Thomas M. Wilson, three young-,
men from Euston, w ere onboard the ill-fdted.
um . p'h J.i o!:! the tender brokci and, with the baggage ted Gustavus A. Henry as their candidate Independence. The first mentioned are saved
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I . - . ... and PaSSenorpr ear. nnnf.ninint- ft.nnftr(iirnln nn--MT hut. th
but the last named, we are sory to say, now?
rests in tho bosom of the ocean his name
appearing in the list of the lost.
tcen hundred applicants for eighty ofjkes
OTAt Hanibal, Missouri, dramscjlers arT
the prices at which they are furnished arc that a town meeting was being heldk We -i i V x-.x.n.1 ...... i , X tors some time in the month of June.-
very moderate. understand, further, that there are efcA- Z'S officers hope to have it ready by the to fivo hundred dollara Mns
fs"- "wm. rt-uu VUtU I lni -nn... . w . I.
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A WnflfiiriftTi in W Vnrl- h- n.f lf.'.f ' i-Z-i-i were ur0Ken 10 Pieces'
13 ..i i mil u r IU Wl. JUx..Ui9-i VJ U: LUC X U.L1 1(11.1
years of age, tall, dark and handsome, Hagerstown Herald,
of the month, ftoods nr limn rn. Ior e?ery S1X months.
K . , - . .: 7 o "
ceivcd Irom nearly all parts or tho world;
highly educated, and possessing 4,000 a
ycar, advertises for a wife. Who bids
for this magnificent alliance.
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JBSgrd. iu. lialderaan, Jsq., wasunan- and rents and property, hereditaments Persons troubled with colds in thehead
imously elected on Tuesday last. Presi- corporeal and incorporeal, as the lawvers will find rrrcat relipf hv tn;nc- nn.viQ-.
4irNear Savannah, Geo., the growing dent of tho Harrisburg Bank, in place of say, in the vicinity of the Palace, have white sugar into the nostrils, the eatne-as
ducul ls pun nve iwt nigu, I lnomas iiacr, sq., ueceased. i already risen to an estraordmary degree. I they would snuff Exchange aD.r