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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1853.
Messrs. Harrison and Anient, Register
d Receiver in the Falmyra District, give
otic that on and after Monday, the 22(1
day of August next, the land lieretofoie
Withdrawn from tale in the Palmyra Dis
trict, ob account ot the Rail rose, will be
' offered for eatry.
,, , They advertise that When twoor more
' applicaati shall apply on the same day for
the earn tract, such tract will U put up
the Beit day thereafter, at auctioa, among
each applicant!, and be awarded to the
. highest bidder, according to taw.
Such of the above landa ai hare net
heretofore been offered at public tale will
be regarded as released from the previous
reaervation, but are not f courie eubject
- to ordinary private entry, aa the other
' lands first hereto referred to.
. v Dr. T. S. Foster his shewn us s everal pieces
ef brae taken from the skull of Mr. Ltwellen,
from which it appears that the fracture wss
very severe. Dr. Foster thinks he will recov
4 er. In performing the operation be was assist
, ed by Dr. R. H. Griffith.
'. Mr. J. O. Berry has removed to tko new post
; office recently erected by himself on the corner
' of Centre and Main streets. It is well arrange
ed for the purpose for which it is intended.
, The snails are taken in at a side door, and the
boxes extend eatirely across the building, letv
A fag space eaoegh between the frames, for three
box with drawer and key for the newspsper
-tr for which convenient arrangement we
should all thank him.
Mr. Berry is an experienced post master, and
knows exactly bow every thing ought to be
The f ash ion of numbering the houses has been
ia commenced by Mr. James Thompson, Tailor.
His shop is "No 2" Commercial Row.
Col. Beaton's book will soon be out.
.yi His nomination to the next Presidency is
if' Farther information has been received from
Prof. Officer, which enables us to state positvly
that he will be hear with 11 deaf and dumb pu
pils, to-morrow, and will give an exhibitioi. to
ts morrow evening at 7 O, clock.
I . The Courier and Messenger are making a
great deal of fuss about what they call a "rev
Hlutieuary cannon,", recently presented to the
f editor of the Courier, and which he proposes to
i. shoot when the Democracy claim a triumph,
"7V and which act the Messenger aver would be
ft sacrilege, taking the ground thm tnot
having clustering about it delightful rev mu. bin
ary memories, ought not to be fired at a mre
"'Taint no" "revolutionary cannon," or
a cannon of any sort. It in a little swivel,
""'more like a pocket pistol than a cannon.
and was cast in town here a few years ago.
''' ' It don't make any difference who fires it,
or what it may be fired about, nobody will
in take the jar It may make for aa earth
;uake. '' KX4.MHAT10.
;T. Yesterday the First Presbyterian Church
Jl: was crowded all day by a deeply interested au
'dtence, who had assembled to attend the exami
nation of Miss Hoax's pupils. The thorough
4, understanding and perfect recollection mani-
fasted by the pupils, elicited very strong ex
pUpressioas of admiration from all whom we heard
-5V express an opiaien. The audience were urged
" te question the pupils, to show that there had
rieea BO special preparation of question and an
, j ewer. Coming thus from the audience, the ques
'' .'(ions ef course could not have been expected or
"Xpreparel for by the pupils ; yet they aaswered
"Instantly and correctly.
The system adopted to excite scholars te em
t illation, is admirable. It seems nearly impossi
ble for scholars to attend her school without ex
. .v acting themselves with their utmost strengh.
"" r'1 in Calisthenics in the evening,
.'! exhibited the "poetry ef motion" ia aa ianoeent
gad beautiful form. Gliding gracefully and
' caaeothely through a greet variety of pleasing
fguros, the young ladies eeemed rather floating
in the eir then walking oa the floor. Calisthe
nics are used in the school for exercise. Ao
" feaa ponied by good veeal music, it was extreme-
. f fseeinsllng.
j , ', After the close of all the exercises, Miss
l .JJetaa Kbbchcval, on behalf of the pupils,
- v : i sfeapped forward and said :
i ', I Our Dear Teacher t It is with mingled grat-
v.i Itude and regret that we part at the close of this
. t4pn. WeefrBr you our best wishes, and most
.' ; . hearty thanks for your patient teachings from
thy te day and week to week. We will treasure
Ions) yoUr words of eoUnsel and admonition, to
yt'tt J nem. I lease accept irom your
Lifted pupils this eup( at a token or their grai
r' itude and Wsling affection. 0
.... Miss Heat tl piled I -
' ;V" M Dear PupiU .-Your beautiful gift Is re-
! --J u.tik .nrnriie and Dleasure. For It ao
w r-.- -r i ii i.
cert my sincere thanks. I snau evor pnse ,
a token of love. It will bring te mind the
band el loved ones, so often clustered arouad
that both scholars and teacher may acceptably
pass the last grtat examination, and. together feo
Msnitieel to jeia ange( slutrs in aiiigiag the
ong oi reaoeming love.
The token thus presented and received was, a
handsome silver cup, bearing the following in
MISS LIZZIE HORR,
B htr Pupil.
Jvnen Goat then rose, end, for himseir, and
ia bhelf of the parents of the other pupils, eery
warmly expressed his gratitude for the success
ful attention bestowed upon the pupils. For
this Bliss Hoaa was evidently unprepared.
The church was crowded in the seats, the
aisles end gallery. Many eould not obtain soots,
and many more could not get into the bouse at
We have eonversed with several com potent
judges, but have not found any who had ever
attended a better examination, particularly la
a eooo cexroemo .
Among the many excellent compositions
read yesterday evening, at Miss Hoax's
examination, was the following: ;
a jotntvAi xxn Dtnxnto a ran to jieusixes.
4037, A. M., )
7th month, 6th day.
6th. To-day I visited the king's garden,
which is situated a little outside the gates of
the city. Uis a delightful place. The wind
ing walks are bordered with orange and
emon trees, which fill the air with their
rich perfumes. Beautiful flowers of every
description, crystal fountains, which throw
their cool and sparkling waters to the
height of a hundred feet, the innumerable
birds singing amonz the trees, miniature
akes, whose waters are so clear, that the
smooth white pebbles at the bottom can be
distinctly seen, marble statues which adorn
every part of the garden, all these tend to
make this beautiful spot, an Eden.
8th. Yesterday it rained, and I was
obliged to remain within doors; but to-day,
have been making up for lost time. I
arose bofore sunrise this morning, and went
to the top of mount Zion, which is the
oftiestof the three hills upon which Jeru
salem is built. From this eminence I could
view the whole city, and oh ! how beauti
ful it looked, when the morning sun first
threw its golden beams upon its spires and
towers. David's house, Solomon's house,
the queen's house, and an almost infinite
number of other magnificent buldings are
ipfin this hill.
I visited David's house. It u built of
h i i b'e, and is three hundred feet high.
I'uo house is surrounded by a balcony,
ivliioli is supported by a thousand pillars,
around each of which twines a grape vine,
loaded with grapes, wrought in the marble,
but so natural that the birds hover round
them. The rooms are all finished, in the
most approved and splendid style. The re
ception room is the most beautiful of all.
The floor, walls, and ceiling of this room,
are inlaid with pearls, intermingled with
gold, silver and preeious stones. These, to
gether with the fountain in the centre,
which throws its crystal waters to the
height of twenty or thirty feet, give the
room when lighted up, the most dazzling
appearance. I lingered upon mount Zion,
until after sunset, and I aaw the glorious
sun sink to rest, iii the bosom of the Medi
terranean. As its colden beams kissed the
waves, they sparkled like diamonds, and
seemed to roll on more fondly than before.
The sua at length sank beneath the wave,
the waters ceased to sparkle, the golden
clouds in the west disappeared, the dew be
gan to fall, and 1 returned home, to muse
upon the events of the day, and to form
plans for the morrow.
13tk. Since my arrival is Jerusalem, the
city has beea in a state of tumult and con
fusion, about a certain Jesue of Nazareth,
who is preaching in the temple. The va
rious opinions entertained in regard to the
preaching of this man, have excited in ma
lively curiousity, to hear and see one, who
has produced so much excitement in the
usually quiet city of Jerusalem. Accor
dingly, this morning I wended my way to
wards Solomon's temple, the place in
which Jesus teaches. This temple is situa
ted upon mount Moriah. I: is a noble edi
fice, and is beautifully adorned with gold,
silver aad brass. In the interior of the
temple, is the Holy ef Holies, which con
tains the Aik of vie Covenant, and is con
sidered aa the peculiar dwelling place of
God. When I entered the temple, -It was
crowded with anxfous people, all waiting
with breatUless eagerness, to hear Jesus
As I gated upon thftt UutieVl for, and
listened to the words of love
HANNIBAL, MO., THURSDAY1 MORNING, JULY 28, 1853.
which proceeded from the Heaven taught
tys,l wondered how the wise and intelli
gent men of Jerusalem, code? reject Him
as an impostor. But not until too late will
they see the extent ef their folly.
15th. To-day, 1 again went to the tem
ple. Jesus was there. They were rebuked
by the disciples, but Jesus ia turn rebuked
them, and calling for the children, he laid
his hands upon them, and blessed them,
saying, "suffer little children to coma unto
me, and foibid them not, for of such ie the
kingdom of Heaven," and "verily I say un
to you, whosoever shall not receive the
kingdom of God as a little child, ha shall
not enter therein." When thev soucht
to take Him for speaking so plainly, lie
passed out of the temple unseen.
20th. This morning I walked in the gar
den of Gethsemane. As I turned an angle
in the walk, I heard many voices at a die.
tance. Above the tumult, I heard. the
calm voice of Jesus say, "Be ye came out as
against thief, with swords and staves T"
I saw one or the number kiss him, and I
heard Jesus say, "Judas betrayest thou the
Son of man with a kiss f" They beund
Him, and led Him away.
25th. He is condemned to die. As the
prophets foretold, He is to die upon the
cross, condemed to death by his Father's
own people. Oh! ye people of Jerusalem,
(or your wanton disobedience te the com
mands of God, ye must be scattered abroad
over the whole face of the earth. Ya will
be a despised nation among all the people
of the earth, and there will ya repent of
your wicked rejection of the man of sor
row. Louisa BotiaiiE.
Last Tuesday an affray occurred in "Cane
Hollow," about two miles South of this city, be
tween two men both living in that neighborhood.
The difficulty commenced between their wives,
and 'he husbands became involved. One of the
combattants was Charles Dick, who was armed
with an ax, the other was James Lewellen, who
held a bed post in his hands. After some spar
ring Lewellen dropped the post, or it was
knocked from his hand, and he was in the act of
stooping to pick up an ax, when Dick threw
his ax, striking Lewellen on the head and frac
turing his sknlL It is doubtful whether he will
recover or not. ;
. Wo understand that the operation of trepan
ning was performed this morning.
Tablc Waii roa ths YVjmti House. A
superb breakfast, dinner, dessert, and tea serv
ice has just been completed by Messrs. Huugh
woul St D.iilry, together with a full set of richly-cut
and engraved table-class, eot up to the
special order of Gen. Pierce, President of the
United Slates. The exquisite manner in which
these goods are finished would do credit to any
of the royal poroelean, and glass manufactories
of Europe. It is e matter of pride and self-
congratulation that to ons of our citizens is ac
corded the honor ot supplying theJirW fancy
decorated American service ot Uhina ever made
for the White House. When samples ot Euro
pean and American manufacture were submit
ted to Mrs. Pierce for selection, she expressed
a decided preference far the latter, as being in
better taste and more elegant. The dining ser
vice numbers 450 pieces, an. I the glass fifty-five
dozen. The whole cost is $1,500. Journal ef
We have been Requested to publish the ex
tract below from the Philadelphia Christian Ob
server. We do not pretend to be versed in
such matters, but think it highly probable that
this question has two sides. We wish it un
derstood that this paper is not committed one
way or the other, and the subject is therefore
open to tree and full discassion. We will print
estracts or original communications for both
sides alike :
bw vnunoa or m km.
Some ot the most intelligent baptists ere
strongly opposed te the new version mevesaeat.
Dr. Dowling of Philadelphia writes te the Mew
York Recorder as follows:
"Aad let mo say bore tbat, while ell your ed
itorials have been perused by see witk delifht
and instruction, smjoo have snore commonJed
taemsslvct te my judgment Iran those in watch
sou have es pressed vour viowe of the excel
lence of our noble and unchanged American and
lofeiira tkble society, and He esxlisaiaiohod
chums upon the confidence and support of the
. . m. . . . r. ft. J
nolo tfcipuei aonosninoiion, noiwimsianamg
the untiring efforts of Dr. Cone end hie Now
Version adherents to crush it ir they esa. I
have perused every document, I oeufd procure
emanating from the ao called liiuie Union;
(strange name for a society which began in and
lives only by contention and disunion ) I nave
waded through every syllable of the addresses
delivered at both anniversaries of that society (
and, after two or three years for deliberate re
flection, I am confirmed, in the opinion winch I
formed at first that the whole movement is un
necessary, unwise and fraught with danger to
the cause of truth and the interests ot our be
The union ot the Nw-versiobists with the
advocates ot that most insidious end dangerous
heresy, Compbellism, which has spread the pall
of desolation and death ever multitudes of our
churches in the West, and the selection of well-
known Campbelltes as translators, ought to be
sufficient U war a every' Jound Baptist who
srainst a cause
which can be a uatained only by such an alii tnce.
A few weeks after I.tamo to Philadelphia, there
was Jut such a delightful gathering at the
house of my beloved brother Iffrlofle, fo Wj-
come to the city the writer of this letter, whose
vacant place he has1 bjmselt been called te oc
cupy. The state of society in the ministerial
fraternity hero is just what it used to be seen
years ago ia New York, and just what it still
might have been, had not the Cone and Wye
off immersionist-version question been thrown
as a brand of discord into the midst ef the
caurches, producing coldness and alienation and
strife among the disciples and ministers of the
iMTd Jesus Christ, the blessed l'rince ci
VkxM vttfc she srasos Six Hon
The Chicago Journal save : "We are la-
debted to Cept. . S. Stone, of the Bark
Morgan, Tor the following extract from his
log-book, detailing a bloody rencontre be
tween a partv of Mormona from Beaver
island, and a parly ot alliens Irons the
main a ho re. - I
Babk Moaaaa, Saoiisaw ton Ctucaao, 1 j
July 13th, 6 o'clock, .!., 1853. )
(Off head Beaver Island, 15 miles from
Remain.) ' ''" 1 - "'
ileard reports ot lire-arms ana ioua
shouts as of. a melee on the main. Direct
ly saw two small boats coming off from
the settlement at rine Kiver. Immediately
saw another large fish boat in pursuit of
the two ahead, all apparently filled with
men. A brisk fire was kept tip from the
stern boat upon the two others. As they
approached, saw there was trouble and ex
citement. 1 he two boats ahead were en
deavoring to get clear from the more pow
erful assailants in the larger boat, which
was last gaining on them keeping up a
brisk running fire without receiving a shot
in return. In this condition the two boats
approached within hailing distance of us,
and begged us to take them on board and
afford them protection, to which I assented,
and they came on board. The boat in
chase, now about fifty rods distant, "threw
up," and lay on their oars, ceased firing,
and hailed us, forbidding mv receiving the
cursed Mormons on board that they were
pirates, deserved death, and should die, as
also tliAse who protected them, dec, &c,
to all of which 1 mildly replied, that the
affair was some what an exciting one, and
that I could not permit them to approach
any nearer the vessel, in their present ex
cited state, at which they I eld a short con
sultation and then rowed off for the shore
from whence thev came, "Pine River."
Uoon an innuirv into the affair, and an
examination of the wounded who had come
on board, 1 ascertained the following facts:
The paity consisted of fifteen men, among
which were the High Ohenrt ol the Mor
mon County, (Beaver Island,) other officials,
citizens, dec all Mormons, or adherents of
the Latter Day Saints; six of which, from
the severe wounds, will probably fall vic
tims or martyrs to their faith. It seemed
that the assault was altogether unprovoked.
It is said that the Mormonsnre very trouble
some stealing everything they can put
their hands upon. Unly a short time ago,
Strang, the leadti, went to Grand Traverse,
purchased $lsU worth ot goods, &c, and
paid for them in counterfeit money. Chase
was given him, and the goods again obtained.
As a judge, Bushe was merciful, and, owing
to an incident in his early career as n lawyer,
he was somewhat slow to convict on circumstan
tial evidence. A short time after he was called
to the bar, he was retained at the Wexford As
sises to defend a prisoner accused of murder.
The victim's name was Walter Meyler, and it
was suoDosed that he had been killed bv a nartv
of rebels ot whom one became an approver, and
was the chief witness for the crown. L.ike
most approvers, the witness was correct and
careful in all his details. Ho stated that the
body of Meyler bad boon buried close to the
shire, wrapped in a coat 'of the same texiure and
eolor as that stated to bavo been worn by the
deceased. Bushe neither cross-examined a wit
ness nor called evidence upon the part of his
client; end before the judge commenced his
charge, the jury stated that they wore prepared
with their verdict. Bushe said, "wail a moment
gentlemen did any of you know Walter Mey
ler, the deceased The reply was that all the
jury knew him well and i in mediately Bushe
shouted, to the dismay ot the auditors, "Walter
Meyler, come into court." The supposed de
ceased rushed upon the table, and pointing to
him, Busbe exclaimed, "There, gentlemen, is
my defence!" Irish Quarterly Review.
flTMTho Providence Journal ia giving aa ae-
eeuat of a Fourth of July dinner in that eity,
takes eceneioa te make the following very sea-
Sosao irregularities would naturally occur in
se largo en assembly an on oo joyful en occasion,
nui iney ere naraiv wonn noting, vro weuia
observe, however, as a general rule, that when
the colored wsitors sit down to the table in their
shirt eleeves, before the Mayor has left tbe
Chair, it would be more decoreue for teem to
take their hats off. But it ia a free Country and
it was independence day.
Sbmsislb Advick. "If ever yeu marry,'
said a Roman consul to bit son, "let it be a wo
man who has judgment enough to superintend
the getting up ol e meal ot victuals,-taste enough
to dross bersoiX, pride enough to wash before
breakfast, and aense enough to bold bar tongue
when she has na'hing to say." . ,
A boy who was troubled with the tooth-ache,
determined to have it extracted ) but there being
no dentist living near, be resolved to do the (oo
himself, whereupon be, filled thj, tai;y OvUh
powder, but bsiog afrjjj t, touch it e$ he out
a slewmatob te it and run.
FRIDAY. EVENING, JULY 22, 1853.
Wo understand that the eorn and oats rrops
BMaw csaA ttssriea eeaaitiea present a re
markably promising appear. Ttkeat and
grasses will not do so weil.
The people ef Ifavw senate, Ufla, laM a
meeting at Dlooexteld ow tbe ?th issw., east
quested their eeuntp jadge "e submit tbe poss
es it ion to tbe paople at the eavlkwl avaetiesvbW
period, fete vote for or esmiaet a euaaviyiM
by the comity for 0100,000 stock ia eeid react.'
BiBTarxaen oe Home Ci.ee eSs.e.
The farm known ee"Clay Spring," ia Hanover
eonnty, Virginia, aad upon which tbe orator end
etotosmaa Henry Clay, was bora, in offered for
eale by its present owner, Mr. William B. Dteb-
ftaawA Art ttrattf .
The London Times of the 24 last., ha,
eel ved positive. inferaMiioa from St. Petere-
nurgh, by the packet which left that eopslal for
sieuin, on tao ercsxng of the 2Mi of Juno, tact
on that day, cm the rotara mt . Use loot eMrier
from Conswnliiioplc, the emperor ef Russia dee-
patched immediate orders to bis troops to croee
ihe Prulb. It was os pooled that this determin
ation would ' forthwith be announced to the
Russian nation end to foreign 8latoo hr a snaai
festo, in which the Eaasrsr wooU rekerale
his strange declaration, tbat this eggreseioa is
not an act of war, and that he is ready te stop
the march of bis troops whenever the Turkish
Uovornment eiamnes its intention te comply
ith his demands. ' 1
A private letter from Constantinople, gives
the following interesting particulars:
"Tartars have brought dispatebeaby Belgrade
which assuro the Porte of the union and com
plete understanding which animate the Western
"This morning an Austrian steamer arrived.
and brought the important intelligence of the
presence of the English fleet ia Besika Bay.
I tie r rencn neet was seen near Mity lone. The
stall ol me army ol JKoumelia Jclt oa Saturday
last for Varna.
"The Turkish fleet will be in the Black Sea
either to-morrow or the day after. The Amer
ican frigate Cumberland, under the command of
Commodore Stringham, has obtained permission
to accompany it. It is now certain that the
breakwaters of Sulina have been destroyed bv
the Russians, in order to close the mouth of the
Danube against mercantile ships, and, unfortun
ately, more than 250 vessels are caught in them,
as in a trap. '
In one of M. Crockett's letters in yesterday's
Intelligencer, we find the following curious ac
count: '" . '
Some days ago the schooner "Emma Parker,"
from the Society Islands, fell ia with the wreck
of a vessel resembling a Chinese Junk, from.1
whchlhey rescued a man in a starving condition
I take from a morning paper , the following ac
count ofjthis individual: , . .. ! ,
"The maa rescued did not at all resemble a
Chinaman and speaks a jargon not understood
Dy any person who has attempted to converse
ith him. Moreover, some small coin which
he had about his person was such as never was
seen before by any person en board. He was en
tirely ignorant of the use of clothing, and msr-
veiled much at everything be saw on board the
vessel. He appeared to have no idea of chart,
or nautical instruments, and could convey no
idea of how long he had been at sea. When
found, he was a pitiable object, end was entire
ly exhausted. It appeared that lor a long lime
ho had subsited by spearing fish."
Its is reported to bo a Japanese, bet no one
has yet beea found who understood bis lan
in an six six oacx hoax
bv aias. raaacis s. osoood.
Let me see him once more
For a moment or two,
Let him tell me himself -
Of his purpose, dear, do
Let him gate ia these eyes:
While he lays out his plea 1 '
To escape me end then '
' He may go ir as cam t
Let me eee him once more.
Let me give but one smile.
Lot me breathe but one word
Of endearment the while.
I ak but that moment- ,
My life oa the man!
Docs he think te forget me
Ho may ir an caal
TO niTOt faTO?.
Tbe following is mv method of preventing
smut ia wheat, which I have tried witk eucceee
for fourteen years, end was taught the same bv
my father, ea experienced farmer. Provioue to
planting your wheat, make e pickle of eserso
salt, sTong enough to beer ea egg; poor your
seed-wheat ia it, etir it well around, when ell
bed, light grains and smut will rise ea top;
skim off; then draw off the pickle: put w cur
wheat on the floor, mis euffieieat elaekened
lime with it te dry it Do est mi a the lime with
it until ou era read to ao a the seed, aa the
lime will snake eatcaiaate eera auichlv. which
wmu4 aa injurious aci ere ptaminf. uctiar
Caiaa lelWroB. The Grand Jury In ff-
folk county, Maeeacbuealtas bur e just tussle a
proschtaaent, in which they state, aa the result
of their examination into the criminal calender
of Boston, that threo-foui ths of the crime com
mitted there ia cauied bv intemneranee. and at -
IrihutaLU i. . .rl .l,or.. la th. ..rea
legal dram-shop, infesting the hurlieut of the
eitv. and thev severely rebuke tbe Mayor and
councils for not dminishing the eviU - "
- . r . . . -
In these times of fashionable "fixina and
gaudy trappings, ladles should use great precau
tious befor a consenting te a "matub," lest they
jshould gei a monkey I matt.
o o -
. VOL. X-rNO 46
i . . . WswYoaa, July 16,
There is a rumor that the Btcambaat r,mr.;,
State exploded oa bay way down from Albany,
it Is ajid Uat aba $m into a sk fbkJ-"k
the explosion. Great loss of life. Seven dead
bodies have been taken te Poughekepeiev We
have Bflthina authoritative yet. - n.gj
The fimok Warrior has arrival tram ir.v.n.
Ie witk sktes to the. 12th.
At a horse race en the 11th, the 'seats that
wwe created far t spactrise gave wV, e4
from forty te fifty wereiilled sad woanded.
Taa CrfeUl Paksea was onaaad La tko miklin
yesterday. There was a large amomMy. - .
The rreaoamst leave teeWy. Ho will at
tend a Banooe at the Mrs"!2a ami Cakla
Garden bof eee kea depart are.
Toaacco-gesn Oti A BrKiak reovWUet ia
leesie, who io a saassiW of thai Om.
graphical Society of Umt ecsnslry, ae gorfener
te aisexeoiMaey, lion. VsswcsWjtky, mw Ki.
nor, noo icasM oy eapoitwoK lite l eeed of
the tobacco pleat esmtaias nbouf ff?wr t
ecf. ot an oil thai baa toper tar eVeioectira qual
iiies, which amy be empUred with edirU.!;e In
paiate nad eamiahca, The process ot extras
tioa io said te be simple end easv. reuirtnr m?
a reduction ef the seed te powder, which je te aa
kaeaded into a stiff paste, with a sufficient qnon
tity of hot water, end afterwards submitted U
the aetiea ef a very strong press.. Tha oiL whew
expressed, is exposed to a moderate beat, which,
oeagumimg iae vegetable alhemea ef ihe seed,
prccipiwoe en ino impurities te the bottom ef
the vessel, leaving the oil h perfectly eieaff
and limpid stato English paper,; -. .
IloaaiBLB -We find in our Canada s.
changes a report of aa attempt tititJ by
man named Quintal aad his wife, residing
at St. HyaHnthe, near Montreal, to born
their mil daughter, aged seven years. It
is too horrible to be believed, though it w
stated as lollows.
Tbey tied the pwr girl to a fence on one
of the roads in that vicinity, and then set
fire to her clothes. Fortunately their Jis.
eolical efforts were frustrated bv the
of some inhabitants: aad the wretch ea As eon
as they were perceived, eaJeavered to conceal
themselves, and bad nearly escaped. .The child
we are informed although severely burnt, is yet
expected to survive this parental cruelty. ' The"
parents are mendicants, and it ie believed fha
crime was committed under the t&nueaee ef ia
toxicating liquor., , ,.; t;,;. ,;,,,. v.
to an &id ey?Hg wxxvn.-
Place dishes of beef nicklo about tha Wft
The weevils are very fend ef it, ahd it kills
them instantly. If beef pickle is not ' at band.
salt and water will kill many; but I think it will
not attract lb em as generally as bloddy pickle.
Just have the barn as clean as fiosiibla l V.
and grain before harvest is a verv suitable tlm
place a euiUbi quantity of chaff and ihenl,
mixed together, upon the threshing floor, ahd ia
a few days, you will perceive thU te be literally
alive with weevils, which you may haul but with
a cart, burn or bury alive, as fancy may dictate,
; i.- - s i rv.ti..
New CoOTsarriT. We saw a iw
yesterday, or the "Tens' on the State Bank of
Ohio, with the X in the centre of the tignette.
It can easily be seen that tbe whole face of the '
note has beea altered, tbe beads are not id good
as they are in the old Counterfeits, and the plate
on the back has also been changed; by which
the line thst detected the counterfeits ia made to
look like the genuine. It is not id dangerous a
counterfeit as the old one, because the engraving '
is eoarser, and, therefore, it will be more easily
detected. Cin. Enqirirtr, . .
Ran o.--On Tbtirsd v nftorneosii in the kaim
of aa hour or so, Peter Bell, sq ausristrate.
joined in marriage six nerson three ef . whom
wore females. CSa Enqv
How strange that ef the "sif persons' ikttt
should he fimaltti "
Aa eld whisky soaked inebriate fell lata the
oanal yeaterday near the Race street bridge.
His body Was so hot at tbe time ef the accident,
that the water boiled about aim, and filled
the air witk ateeaa, When be was takea eat ka
was badly eealded, but will nobbly recover.
. luactasau WoBparcil
I One of the PeMylvsmmeoal deelere; resident
ia the interior ef the State, has made, k ie statedt
$250,000 out ef the Reading Railroad Company,
and individuals, by fraudulent weight ia eoal.
The fragments of a bachelor who "burst iala
tears" on reading Fanny Fern's eeecruHUa off
the happineee at merriod life, have bccafeW.
Chief Justice Pesaeaa aaidi .:
"I hove keaa ae lews in the Wkii of keaeiete
criminals ef all swedes refer ell their aiesesiei ie
iBtatsporaaoo thes I rsTi tnssii m uktlUiai tit
cause ef their rein."
A asaa witk kaewlednw, awt wkietsl eaavsrv. ia
e house furnuhed but feet asbekiiocasana esf ea
orgy but ef he knowUdge, ia a hamea fwa ia
nui net Hnteaea.
S .L. mL, - f I Am
n uww twiotbc vt wresaw j. ajsmsmssis
in the couaiv of Kalla, esa im 19V iaa4
by tha lUv. John H. KeaeV Ur.HILUZtY
C. BPALDINQ to llkas MARTHA aV
Acoompeiyins tUn mniim friti 4 fcict.
Vacate pktcn at take, afcbeadna in vkkft
was A GOLD DOLLAR. That U liberal.
The happy couple have our best wishes for
their futUrn prosperity.' ,
1 W&olsaale Groceries, (right che
ilJOA HOUSHKADS of PRIME SUGAI
OU 150 SACKS of PRIMtj RIO Ctfr FEE,
J"" arrived. tiB.til.UUJ).
i -ii ii
Fine White Flour!
FfKE. rwrSH," WHITE WHEAT FLOUfi
AVPLKCiOlO ARTICLE, for isle at tbe AR
KEN A MILL fry
no and tixe prayer oi my nesn win ever ,