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'.7AV. -V rf 'i f 'The Rcmored Ccm.. EsrEWtiok.r-TUel : Otto GoLMcitMirT. Mr. Geldsehmidt U
J ' the rumor of another expedition for Cuba, , . , ... . will, M...
11 1 1 1 .--.'. lUMlrl IB UIUMIH IUI VI Lisauuu aitaa ' I-
Tuctd:iy KvcninsrMay 2 J, 1S3J
i Corvestiox or.MicHArc., The Scion-
tiflj A m-'rinin. states that a
01? IATTCASTEH: ' ,;' mentions the fact that Captain Lewis, who i chuou' House.tbat ha. tkror istablishnV irt; JH oh mica wa. to assemble at R jclicaj-tf, on
-rr arr-s. .j! t commanded flte . .teamer Pampero,: which .cnein London, second in Hamburg, and 'ti.l"niV4'nt . t. taV m uiv. for to- t
Itloni ay EvcalH?. May . 19 .. carried General Lopea out to Cuba.so'metime , the third in Lt iprip. Otto Gokla. hinidt w.s, uMish -f , College.'to' be n-
TT-ce, parched the Cornelia, a fast from .ectional 1n9d-nc0, , V
Thra is said tj bo a lad namml W. II. Wad- -;in schooner, Wlouging to Brandywine, frf ,t - JInny jearg a0 wi,cn the Swedish obi vt of the College U a complete and tU a-
d.ll hVn- at Pacahonti. Vrkansa. and thejiurpose, as was then alleged, of trad--Nightingale was poor and without friends or r,wh education for tho son and daujht'i
.,A ...I... ti. Ih. iiii-iit of 850.1"S Hi""" m uuu mr iviv u,,, v. yv,u.v " " '" "V " ".ir nil? tt iv k allien, UV.n O! loll
,Tas Late Jobs IIaviland. Tho Pari.) Id, ma Iniuoiutiun. We Uuu tiie luuow
correapondi nt of the Philadelphia Ledger' Ing from the Ohio Sta'le Jiurnnl.' When the
' '. , nav the following tribute to tho memory of .trorghold. of Demosrury'mnkesueh dom
Convention of ' , i , . ' . .
lilt. lauv'Uieu ariiBi; ... -.7 , , . viwubuwib, nuyw diwh Bumrvn;; ifroiuiu to
While on the fin. arts, lot 'mo pay poor "hope for 'a reformation.-' For tho last yc.f nw peen ooverea o
tribute O. tha lte J.hnH.vil.nll, In tho: cptLopp,,. lir Ohio have been most. .C . M .VI,.
A nt.iiAt.iit K 11 Lmt D ' ' i 1 'f1' w wi II I vuirvn , out
Uealli o. uu arcmieot, .wrim n is i-w a vli,.rti!l iin;xed uon. am! it ia
rr-atrn.Mi.1-Our stsndarq gi'irreitne!) being ; , : ' . ,' ,
nut l.igh,.w i-t .:h nv n go down to t iu 3J ordobrer.nce waaothand.
(Va.)True Virginian soyat ,
We are informed by Col. Haymond and
othn-a, that a portion of a regularly McAd
auiixcd road Iihm been discovered on the op
high timo :exiomla protiy muchalung the bank of the
I river. Iu width iKabnut Id feut.nnd tha track
It U do-
J . :M -a . a: .l.a ti.iucinuii as he u fl weklthv. find kH bPIl. '0- . . ' ii
he was stabbed so aeverely th weaaa . - va, u,s ;3?urioll protccud, aided, "and to..,'? mikj V0"TV ' V"
thi IM of the sime nioro vessels ot that class were wanted and . B.i M , h t,-t H... IMr fui.oortin'', and f tjach science enj an to
.hl.uiin: could be 6uld lit New York. I'orhaps this
ciiii iu nai iivh,r;ii w " - o c ,j "a v " - - . (
the Wl of 135 U howas run oyor by fuurjmay throw some light on th speJition la IW, :ul full ofg-wjui und -lovin;? to a 'tni inaci,in3 1
k'n; will be t-iught, as Ur us
1M itin i ill ji i jjij - r - - a a i - . . . .
iniilo and a wi""jn; bit winter, hi Oil fro:u ' prospect. , . : fat, wuhuany kind lhin?s to ti.ogenue ana j ,tI,3l)1(li b lt it intended that pracli-
the third sto-y of a. win bw, lifting directly .CAiiroHNiA continues to mstain ber cl.a- i TL-rriodnu'reVer sVwi whon.a rl m 'chunk, In ooml.iuAtU with science,
,upjn a pUe of stoacs; aud about tlireo weeks 'racier asth? land of wonders. An astouUli-ichild tltut ho could not overcome his jifiVe- blullbe thoroughly !rill"d into the atudtnt.
-noshewa ahot, threes balls entering UU ; lm product of her prolific sail was exhibited: Hon when he became a mm: and Vor Tlio.propo :d institution ia niu.h noeded,
l .. . . ! fnnrrtP. it nv.Tii;iiiP lum. lit' v
boiy. Header, we toll you the story as it ;n c0r 0ffii-c a few days since, says the Pica-
s M nd.-U- n j ifcaublish 'd on a si und busis, .will be
pawnee, asva the Pica- . ..vhibited re- ' " v
, n UhonV favorite pupil und ear.y ixliiiiiuu re , ,
nn enormous caul.flow- mark.MLl mJM uWnlt. and t!i9 fur pro, u ol g tdt lie
,'bteen pounds, and was Swede doubtless fc-lt that int. rest and aOee-. us o. t ic country.
yune, In Uij shape of an
er. It weighed eighteen pound:
thrco feet and four Inches in circumference.
tiin for the splendid boy that the child ofj
i i. ...i .i. n, . i
UJka uutn luiu ,v u., iw 10 m.i .11.-
hero of all those u'ly accidents is alive and
kicking, reserved, doubtlessly, for somo oth
er ni)Je of Uk'.iig a Cnl farewell of this
tronbleionja wjild lie would b . grjut in
wirl ; '.... ..
. . 1 - , .-. .v. .v ....... . .niw t..i iii ! ha Jrnnv I. mil fihoUid
'"W"-'--'1 '4W , "u,v "" . - I 1 '..r: .. I. .. ,t.. ,.ther. it is not won." we wcro po
y il J 5011-" 11 WM ' Mir?" Vo1: ,C , 1 that' . i.'v .h,ul J have been married; Coco loader.
at hcueiiu to the mecbau-
BjmT, ok 'rotiira Lto. A year or
trota tU cxtra-jniinary dimensions was w ; They wha know the human boart win. not g of chsrt?- Rem.lin of CincinnA-
. .. 1 cwr fi..Ufnr 11 IlLK of llK3 f XlUIMte
Wirn waa peculiarly remarkable mkm ,jr ni ,,, ana i,.av T.-fi-tod attribute., two aincc, when we intimated, (Tier bearing
aci tliat it Was th'i growti oC tut sis weeks ! think it Btranpo, a ft or readfng thus .far, that ' C08U!erubl-J of a deuugogne,
v.. ,v .v, J in ih i J. nnv l.inil shou d bav. loved U.t.o. end . . . .?, .
wo wcris pounced upon ly a pa.k oj' Ljjo-
rful that ihev wer nut mar-
-Two'huiidrc'd I'kd beilr.-.-AV York NoM World, .
.' Ths Tot at j Cnjr
iwnber of. tho. Lelfaat Jloroury .ays it I so'il.-. It we raise
probablo t'ut not Iom than .",0,000 acres . three mifr's'T.-om thrf city
will bo" putter p.tato crop iu Ulster by thJSdj , 0uKTni50 tj iaw or!
wv..k iit Jlay. Greut owo'wa. f.k.'n of the ( RhJ th.c(J tlcilis.inj ttd four hundred and
jed during th winter mrntus, 0"4 tho pros- j 5(jVan ;;.yS( an,i on hundred and fifty-seven
pects of thii s-asjn's gr.jv. th are more fa-, th0Usaiidaiid sven hundred and sixty girls
varable - t'nn ay since' H IT.- Tho early ! t0 isha0 every day in Ohio! .
planting wis Cn;s'.it4 in j'i.)d tiuio. tnd tho 1" - ...
nest planting m.y now bcou.idpr.d a, very ! Vr SKKs.ntE -The New Orleans 1,C
fAr forward. Great .ddiiioa.hwe.fbr some lrnV refteet.ngman can Ml to see
.-. ... k i ..,.!. wr .ii.m1 that three hundred and thirteen visits in a
In Ireland. Lnd in mmr districts vast fm- ycar
t-rovem nts have . been effected during the i mu.it exert a
y" in 1,19 cuit,lr9 : t'" 11 rW;C , nU "4P1 S -f of h P.' unJ that waa said of -Charl y and r. t we h.,vo- waited
'"'V -i ...1JI8CJVEBT Of VET - T : 'In vain for t'.eS men t.) renudijtethe SM
A' r)n UnilWl'-lMtU untnwiu. u in - - 1-
t mb unnoticed,-while libnrty is nviilo to! uunuiui coun-y if m iwy is g.-umg , ZaZ i-w.
weep when a Vilhge politi-iun or barbecue uncommonly r.st.ve. Th.lte.noerats or La-" JP'WJ
hero di. Such n. n a. John lUvil -nd are; fay.lto ana viuiuiiy. m Uiat c, uuty, receutly the plan of our iMrAdah.i.ed road., tHe
n-imiM raphced than were Oliver Ev me, Iu id a meeting and Set forth their grievH,?-1 tort be ng brokento abou the Mm. .,ae a.
J..hn Sandmen, or EdgM P.. Ho studied ces in a long .tring of resolution. .'We 'thrtii, torow roada. . The d.scovervw,.
hi prof -..ion nine roar, an I then trav I d have not room lor the entire list, al'houKh washing away of-a Ml aid.
: over Er.,P, pwftfcUn j his skill and teste In '-papers throughout ti.e State are rvque.Wd, P!, lL r S Uti l a W " f
thoconaiderllion of antique and medieval t' c'.-y-" U nry Fa. kler presided, HA' C rttt'Z T n't Til
m i, ter-pie.es. Am-riea iU poor place for W. Low and V .vid L'mi were secretaries. ft" S1,," Pen b?t "TfJ
an architect; if.. h,sg nius.s b ;st id.,s We copy th: following to show the spirit j"' t.gTof lor"
.;nd,-St eon,e, tioi.s that art and democracy la.uro in raWng th. Ir . fee. fro... three g' ,"1 1"
c uUcombine, int.nsly American, wt-re t four doll irs per duv.an-.l passing uu tin-! kund 'f ,tHL u,e rd theatump-pf a
,-s n I wc e nrv r d v -loped. Th y lie just and iniquitous lax' Iu. show teo pl.in- ' ' ll ' i 1 "7:tBined ,b,e
'Ud in lp.r lolio. But liiig-nius was ly that thy li:.ve looked more to their 'own : K0 3",r".oM at,ll'e ,?,,t',"dh0W rch 0ld:
jSlnmeXiniih the r.dioClytem of a' ifish lntere,u th ,n that of their cun.titu-V " ' fouldnot.tel,.'?s th? W
i'n nrLbii 'I'lure of the E isteni P uitentiary elits, and merit the just cundrinhitiofl of cv- j ,, y .. - .
ha m 1 I , whlol En-hnd. Prance, Rl Vry honest m m thrCnghonf the Slate. ' '? thought, .ay. the Balti-'
sh a. d Z h . h I? imiUfcHl, und wbicl. u ill' "JliHohJ, That we ar5 Opposed to tho pro- "7 Who were the. people that
si.ian.i Auit.ia uiv i. i , . nf ,i, nj t, ,-, :made th.a road when did they make rt
coii.iiui iiiu .1. turn .i..t.uuo, wiiu ii wiie i
saddled on the people of thcState ond th'iito
our great astonishment "wo were thrown out j
Il"n ar-chit'Vtu-ft of tin '"Tjombs," -ft W
Y rk, w.is pronounceil, t y a comp- tent lu-
a,.d charged with want of regard ,? a. -;
t,l r noti e i!i i,ur national biography, and
rmbUz.ii.in.ut atth- eapitol, asOneol'tho
pi-jn r artts'-heroes of tha country. Na
tnr .sin. nl.irlv fiftcd h'm: a frame ul iron, a
, .i nJ .n.itu :.nm i. hiiie.enuiHv remirk- tu b Irl
... ... .I-.-'- 'I ... 4 ... .A .l.fttll .It'd : ?.-!
at-ie wnn iris p neii ur i idih.hi
wo k, and a heart as warm as friciidihlp
buld desire. ' 1
i. . (. ..! .. t r... -c
I lor pur Ion ign uerman pojiuiaiion. vjui oi
lour opinion o! this individual, thesfl party
Paosrecr ok ( kops. T!ia app 'r.rance at . hii-ks uttempted t-j makJ party capital.
present inilicotes an excell- nt y ii Id of wheat wt;; Moutlw have r JK d on, tiffer-.
in this sect on of the country; d, we be: ; ,mon- tiie Uvrcn 0 L .cofoism have
lieve, in nearly every part of the State.-. " .
But we are advised that the pro.ipects W.'prung up, end we find Ohu itoman
corn thus far, are txtrcniely OiscGiiraging. uttering tho follnvin:
Some of our farmer are compelled to re- j -Ve. discover that th? a chfamioiuaanl !
plant almost all thev have in He ground. i( mCj.iU, Oiiurl y U tmolin. i trying to
We heard of ono farmer, rcsu'.ine; on the' worui hiinsjlf in'.j Congress from one o, ,th':
and . what has beco :i e of them?
Taut, or a New Rifle! A new rifle, the
invention of Mr. J.Marston, of New York,
of a carefully conducted newspaper pickawny plains.a short distance from here, districts iu Hamilton cuuntjv He is boau-
benefieial influence upon do-; who Had planted some tmmjve acre, oi t
! corn two or three weeks ago, not more Man , .1.1.:. mo.c ar it nn(i ,VQ0 ti,an we evt
M - . - . ...1.. 1 Hit U (.Hnnnm.
' . - I., m.,.1... i..i j:.,,,,.,! . iipw Asterod.'enr.o to this, we may sny, total lailur.-, tho nwi't charge anJ
jl -ni.... ......... ..! I t' ' . ,. .... .... I... I,.. ia .11.11.., In. I ,.;nlu t.'i tlin (lpfi'i'1 V:l I .
O i nc "iiiyoi..-riuu laiiincoLat wo filth first seen vy null. i)y mo - ihbi -.uur-c 10 niiiimii..i..u.j
cl villa, endaccordingtothe 11 ntchmnn hive I
created considirallj interest in several of
Berets t)EATH On FrUay 1 il a Mrs.
E.izib' tli nichariU..n, res ditlf nines mibs
b-tck of Covington, cum to her death very
strldeuly as toil vs: Siuieot'thn chililr n
wont intithe h':u)3 and told h r tint, they
had f .und u hen's n st in a hollow ftuuip.but thri.uftltout the county und Bute to form as
wero uot .blo to reacU lite eggs, wir n sue gjciations, to
went out to get to m. tin re.ictiing uown
of tin frying pan into tlla fire, which is cal-! W8,MtNfactoriiy tested by.'number ofgeni
cul .ted to arouse the, indignation of every tlemen ol NewarK.on the 14th Inst., near the
honest cttwen m tli CtTite ug ..test sutli a . pUt,k Roa(1 Lauding. The peculiarity of
L.g.slulure. The cotistitu ion is Irf the , tL ril8 e0I4i8,a in tts being loaded at the
bands ot its friends Ood deliver ua from : h,.,. ist.,i nf ,tin mu Tho rh.rm.
lilrleius. ' . . 1 x I is niudo in the form of a cartridge, with a con
iltfo'c d, That the adiournment of the ! iril . hn Bt th. ,.. .., . .,L. ,.4 .. .hB
Legislature to meet agutn in Nwmbcr . puttom flf the dw -, This i. laid in a box,
n.xt.we vit;w with horror und indignation, a, jnths con(iimiltiob.of the barrel, whence a
gross usurpation of power, a Virtual outruge.slid(1Inovcdf) lever, transfer, it to its
, " place, and a slight touch of the trigger ills-
beccniing lch,.lr?eg the load, lofting the wad at thebot-
1 turn, to ue loreed out by the inccecdmg
tt-the-i ,.i.M-, .I,,,. !,: ,u !,,,. Ti,
farm- rs and mechanic, of every, township ; m bo discharged with a8toni.hing.ra-
e coun-y uiiu Mute 10 loriu as-, pilljtyi ttn(J g(,em8 tohuyc a furtlieT reachthan
aruiiM-, unu u u...e the begt rlncsor other descriptions,
ickl. s of slavery are mtirtly - , ,,, ; ,, ,
the tax-p;.yera, end i n act more
tvrants than republicalis.'
WC'.-sMvrf, t hut we reeemmenn
before the sh 1
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nt nn iti' that t lie ei itor " 18 ' i' """""' "- - iant uuu u,iuii us. n 'o"'t. n iiiuu sixiecn moniut Out
lusiuuau. uiai ou iwiuf ,r..,- ,,,, l.,,,t. f -. ... ' . . .. , j....v .!.:. !, . . ...i n
;nlu t i tlm HMWtVi r .1 . i . . : . . .,i f i. . tiio t.m sue muu.;ni. wdBi''' , v- i nai in. re liny ue no unuui huuui m o.wy sun 01 iiucnaei t,asey, was run over by
iiniy to th" ccuii.v.1 ,0r Uidt.hotttw wantmir in regard for thj i nrf . n... t .1 ,... ..... .. r.:..: .... ,
".piritnal rapping'' have appeared in Cir- Uteomer information was received that Mr. seod, supposed by some 10 do 1 1 e r, fu . 1 ' G.rnKin j,o;,uiution. The in.ereiico is ir- Buon .r hole bo.ly w . s. swoll n as to : tiie fit paragraph of' a n rtioe of., the tnc;t. " hat-kman. name :aa John Hantllinf-The'
Lu'bcr, at the observatory 01 .iik, near a..- , h""" m - - ...... .-P0Bi-tilble. These men are as anh d, niu-; c. w her dei.th in four hours alter .-lie was in ,-rom Ril uiml gliiild and Banner, i child's head was crushed nnder the wheel.
erl.lorl. Had recently ouimyei .nutut-r, w ... "r-" ' "'1171 t"1- '.i. ...... ..-,1 1, ,-.,... rh .,1 n i nois jned. It w is su,poed tun sue nan etitei bv John Y. Gl'Ssncr..
a Risht Ascension of about 12 hours, ana a maraaow com . .1 ' b 't n I it'en l.y a sttak'. Dr-. 3IuMy( of Cin- I hWIKinatk frieiid..:
J u,u ""'" '"-'i,.i.,..,ti . -,. sent for. but arrived too late to
th'irrf families" of the place. . It also ap
pears tliat thj editor ol'tho Vut:hman was in
vited tq one of those toirv, where bo met a
few of tho "F. P. V.." Now tlr is too bad
jn)y a week ao charging it. with rank
norm neciinanoo in o uu. .-., n .... .. - -- -- , - r "
is the seventeenth planet now known to ex- rfo.'Sr per bushel for com raised in 180.
1st hctwi ea Mar. and Jupiter," all of which Cirthxilk IleraM. J "'' .'.
were unknown fifty-two years ago.; -- P .'j, w'me Ca'cnI-.Thcr ia' an odd
FoBEioir IAti0H. It is a mistake td sup-1 old fellow in Montr...?, Pa., a. we are "cr d-
loverngain wu iuvir m-y uavu me iuo-h . hj of uiiy service
I instant hope that they can mane ony party
'capital by It.
He calls then! , We know not whether the driver was miiltv
of great carelessness, but we. do know that
children of such an age should not be allow.
riw&ius Iii'vn. a. . -r - , 1 1. . .1 .
foJ.ira!(n un! now .talking ibout tho. 4'firrt i POho that ntimluA protected by tho prone lit I uiy iiilormpfl," who ih simcwnai euaiu. a 10
lelTnrilT. ' One claw orumnumcturos ore Ken-1 poiauons; unci win u no iu-h mi-m
C..fBAor.ora. A twoy.wng Iadie,toach-1 f n!(,n ae(.01.nt 0f their pwiv ..ion, iuu.-
er. Ill Hie 1 uj.iui-i o . ' . .... n,., rt their Assni i..'ti
"Tie- Iyfiii;ettc flhilino. Our Democratic
fri nds in L liny ette w ill permit us to dii'cr cd to play in the streets. Children many
.;.. I....II. T . . .11.. ai..!A'
lAiniii-js ti circicvilio. ii nny s posaiuie 1 1 nnn. .. . , . ..,... i-..-i n,.,. . si .
i . .i .. -. .. .. i Ipfilei bv t. thouT i at t be expenso 01 otners, or- - iowiw uuiui imnj. v...
th .t thc. i'intmlmaaues ati.ns" have 3l w it. 0f vastly i urda, he had become conaidnrubl. in brl.ted.
hadan iutluenceoii Jis:)n,anliiso,hnroad- i)r(! .)inn,irtaiice. Upon imported wool , Sunday fmiiid him a. mellow as Saturday
era s'.iaaU nardn th- verv un Icnio.'.ratlc al-l.i i. . .i..i r sn mr pnit. Hut unon ! left him: rftitl.in addition to the stock of wh'e-
luiivn. ' .. -.vo-,1 mamlfuctured into blankets, the duty is jky in him, he felt a desi-e t . vi,it the sane-( J.seph
only 20 per cent; tnus saying 10 mo r oreijrii
. ei. c t ,.Ti, r1!,. r :Blofi!the street in the western part o
i;il.Jlr.9a A , iu l . jci.i .1 .- j nw . - - ip . . . . .
citv. a iriLMitcn. u iiurae cume naBiiui ..i.my . ,
. . . . ..1 ' ill. ill w il- 1
Hid HKleWallC. la ir nrst nnpuisa was 10 , ,,.:..,!-.
tuarv. Bot: the meetin' Imuje ne wrn
New Morr. or Piaistwo Appls Them. Capitalist.' Manufacture for us, and the ad- Parson 11 , a worthy old domlni-v wna
A hartle ultnrUt iu li-jhemia h i a bcutiful I mtasion off onr nroduct .hall bo encouraged, -lo.iruciing a "
. .... i....,- ...i .... ....,,.;! I,.... ... l.n mnn. I wslkuil in and sat down quite fit rnu'eiy in a
.I ,Hi.A nl l.,vl.ri ami ,vts.iM tlf .11 h hsliu 11 1 I VI I R 'UU I C IliniLI Ul iiri v V" , .
1 .... , .1 . .L liiriirtiirwl. wp will ciiilt'uvor to nrohtliit it by
ncitnr :run2 iroiu pe;.u; nor crii.ii'jT. ine , , ; ...... . ,t .u-
. ' A Ill'Ml OUIV. II km: rnnc WiiP liwi i-tio iv--
pun 13, i ) ixKi 8iio i ironi ia? hhjicuhi VPrH(,
uu inn iiuitMui wiim -"i ' ' . , . .t i j
premium or IU per cent, otlercd to encourage ' on me ironi oi u.e pew won uoi-i n.:i..
i...... ..r.i,.;.. o l.nrA n.,,1 tn .linpniiriiiie i Vl'arson 11 ," said li s "t.U me ...pic
l: l... un ...ii.h tliftn in it n
pitatOBouriches tho .hoot while it pinhe. i ::..: iJti atfaiust our own workmen.
the steamers Kansas und Elvira, at St. L u
is, fain CounciL li-uf. confirm thg reports jllm j, Ksi!f into the- street but B'eiiig two
pn viuaiy bauglit down, in relation to the jsmull lIiiM u joggiiiif'along directly .in ths
alleged sickness ainung tli8i-m gri.nl. 'at St. patnoi iiiu urious uuunai, i-uiu oi iikhi
t. ra c 1 . ... .... 1,.,. ... ... ,,,.,.1, ll.,.
Th y had nearly all removed from
Wj 'think Ohio L cof.K oit-ni can cx-cuim
g. iitliliieu, "God save us from
BortJ, insert them in a potato, and plunge
both in the ground, having but an inch or
two of tho shoot above tho surfuto. The
pew. lie listened very attentively to me
questions und unswers for a few tn.niites:
Tl'lllA ..IB UTtlU lllt
-if the blankets were charged 30, und ! but, I c ng anxious to tdnw h s kn-.w .;upi;of . since Bt
aw material only 'JO, would it not be a r'sv.riptur" and doctrine, ho st.vi l up, leaning
theni hard ques-shuns." Uuole f h'tries," ; excellent, health
the two. and were encamped in tho open
air.- Tcuns were leaving every d.y in great
nunibera for the plains.
It is pjt h ips proper to add that lite tfoin-
r.-y froni this city passed this point some
a letter from A?. S urgeon,
i dutod tha 8tli inst., win. h we saw last eve-
nin;;, Htate that tee mon are all cnj yina-
ed a thil
and huii nil' them close t the n uce, one
tho lai.i -s stnu k the ho:-se over the b aad with
lurumbrelu uud turned h'm aside just cut'
ti ient to allow tlr m uli to esca)w unhurt,
Th uinbri-lla was br. k n by the forco oi" l li
blow. Tho chil r.n must h..v.i been run
ov r but for ths timely interposition of fri. r.d
iy Inn Is. Il was ail act of cool courage ds
. rving special commendation. Cin. A'oa.
Il.ULnjAD Cisi:ct:os. We understand,
from .'reliable source that a eulwcription,
times run before horses so suddenly that it is
almost impossible for the most skilful driver
to clini k a. 'spirited animal soon, enough to
avoid injuring them. Cleveland Herald. ',
New Orleans. The SU .Louis Intelli
gencer: says that. New Orleans builds and
owns no steamboats or sea Vessels. Other,
iiiiike all the prufitsupon the freights coming
, just a. the horse c.n upon lhM!t. , . f,, n,mi. nr,.,i..Pitl. ,m( "to end going Irom that port. She he. nor
i i ' 1 1 1 . . nH.-ti.iiiti..t
out rootK, and the shoot gradually springs up
and become a beau'iiiil tree, bearing the
boat fruit, without requiring tJ be grafted. .
Spiritual Rri'tsea. Tho Dayton Oa
lette siys tliere Is a gen'l'.'imn in that city
who his been for some timo past a believer
In tho spiritual rapping, thinking of very
. little else, became so insane on tho subject,
that it was found necessary te conllno him
lut Sunday. Ilo wris In h!:i right mind n-
gi'n Wednes l-.y, though not tiudi'eeived in
regard to the pliant. :m h had been chacing.
Gsa. Boorr. Tlie I.a.-ofoco pres.! end
party are in deep d'l.tr. f r fearofOen,
Kcolt's njniitiatl in by the Whig party, i.ml
Di t con'i qiience tho defeat of the parly.
T!iey .enu really uuxious thut the Whigs
hauld nominate some clherntcn more popu
lar thin Gen. Seotl. We mpp-'se the ed
vi co they givj Is gratis and ;rings cut oftli '
AnstiTrEP Mr. E. E.rian.y, of Wash-
in tjn county, ll-iryluml,' nnd now of t!iis
eiry.wai admittedly tlm li 'triet (Joint in
New: rk, to practice us an Attorney nro! So
lieltor iu tha CcurlH of this Ptate.' Iln.cuhie
Ho with bempi Russia hemp is charged 30
per cent. Hut mado into ropes and cables,
it comes in at 25. A deduction of 6 per cent,
Is mado tocnc.ourago its manufacture in Eng
land. . " ' ' ' .
. Tlio advueutosof free trade tell us they ub
hor discriminations in favor of one kind of
Labor and against another! Here are dis
criminations against American, and in favor
ul English work. If there must be a discrim
ination, is there.any conceivable reason why
It should not be such as to protect, instead ol
such as to injur.'! A'buni Journal.
irilliiaru iut-n-niiuu. uiiui.t unnr.,
aid the dominie, "don't you know that y iu I
re in the bonds of sin and depths of iniq-
- MtTlloniKT (B!EHAL CoNFEKE.ct. Tills
l....l. 1. ..Ilw.l'.ivr. it. ilnrlnir s n.irtinn nf last
week, a imitt-r of considerable interest to the prevent sen ur.irur.iion
uitv!" "Yes 'ir. unit tho Call of bittern ss
too. Aks me another qii.. shuiis!" A'n'c -erhac'tr
Maxia Potu. Oil Saturday wo give
an account of an Inqu '.t held on a m:.n who
died from manift-u-potu uid to-day we kn w
nothow soun we may have to p r!'o-in the
same sad task towards another follow crea
ture, now livins in onoulth' v -ry worst.
stages of that frightful nialudy, in one of the ! .
;7T!u Wa!iin.jtiin correspond -nt oftlio
Cleveland Herald civ... tha f..l!owing bill o
lading made cut many year ago. It is
ratli-r a .'ngular do -tmi nt wh-n compared
w Ith the biila of lading tint aro made out in
I "Shipped, by Ih: G-M' rf Gtn!, in good or
! ler and well Coinliti .nee, in and upon the
jgtwtl bri-call;d lLtsy w.l Hie1, wheieoi
Giles Ilo,il;.t r IS ma'er, UlUUr lrr, mid nu-
says that .lies.
n.. t.t .:n . ii.i" in Mi . n ift. fll hit t iniL y ll ).'! :.
cells of our county jail, wh re. we vrr-, .( ;ulJ M s yrk 4i() Urr;, oi-Tirj 4t
snown two uuioriunuie wr-ra now ui..--
iua uiuii-t uiui.wn.w-. , . ... ... ! bjir,. Qi j,-. 5:x venison II .iih, i.h.1 lou
they had to be lieu down to lie ir 11 .s i . , () .. tJ ,)( d .j:vir , i ,P().i rior .
-A letter from Washington
Adams ha bei n sufl' rin
from the eliucts of paralysis for two or thret'
yflars past, unil bus be; n a recid nt p. Wash
ington sipee the death ot'h-r husband. U'.'T
inly surv'vingson is Chtrb-a F.-ii is A darns,
.vlu oc u n. s the o'.i mansion of his f.ith r,
J ihn Q. A lunui und his grandfuth -r, J )!m
A lur.s, both past Presid. n's. at Cii.in.y,
.VI is.i. Quin iy is a t jwii which was once u
..... ll ..I... 1 1. ..I.I P ... It. vrnai In nco
lurL Ul ll I ai ll '.I ii , ni'J .... . j.u' ... ... .
j ittn AJsni. in i'- w . ah ni uau,;u-ur-in-law,
wi o'.v of hor son, John, nu l tiv
ral ;.riiiJ-childi': t. live, resided w'itli her
since Ilia death oi lur huMbajid.
rr. -Is ol I urp.'iiiin
b (is t l
nifl as liiy n . .,,,., ...i, ... l,:. ,iM:,nric. with
ni.niberort.id..inniinatif.ii In Ohio. We there, with their bodies covered -vita per-, 1)r;n)il,,,, un , VJar,,ge amiL4..uied. In wit-
reo1", And s (r.w stnd tin
refer to the case of Mr. In-kip, who has ap
pealed to tlm General ConlVreuco to he re.
lioved from (lie judgment of the Ohio Con
ference, censuring him forroiituiiiaciousness
and improper conduct. This t:ase involves
the ':iw System," which be has been in
strumental in introducing into this State,
though contrary to the articles of the Meth
odist discipline, which requires that ''men
and tvoinen should sit apart in nllfho Church.
Mr. Inskip addressed th'i Conference iu
I his own defence, un Thursday, und made a
I long and elaborate argument, lie was fil
f lowed by Rev. firimvilln Moody, who occu
; uied th rest of tho day and the next until
off with lienor, nl'tor a rijrid exainiualion, mid l the hour of u!j uirnni nt, in nil four or live
wa. regularly mnrked dvwu BsV Succe.. 'e Was followed by Rev. Mr. Wl-
,ii . ker, for thtt Ohio (.'onlerence, and Dr. lellt,
Wl,m1, i . Ul Cincinnati, on the part ir Mr. inskip.
. ,, ' 7",'. , Tha appeul tra liniilly sustaiucd by the
IiWA.-The n-;heni f'-rt of bwa is said ran;vrc-,u-.o I y a vote of KO to 02, and gave
1J ba eettling up vry fa.t, the entries nt the ri,t bj a Benton letter-writer says to not
land (ifflso there having risen from 2 1 1 a little jubilation on the part oftlio majority,
acrj. in 13.0 to -I'JI.SjH in 1851. Tho run- Tnis is a step of "Progress" in tliivChurch.
,. ,, , . . . t .. . i One hundred and twenty-five delegates
Bingol tho boundary b twren bwa "' ,,,,,,,,! in Uo,t(J, B11d vicinity last Sunday.
Jlinnesotii, iijw about to bi) coinuieiici'd, will (IuvIUk
op.n for seal u,..it almoHau fntirenow . ,VjlY T,' utwZZ-Kr. C.
tier of couutry. . ; m olThiliidolphiu, commenced IiiimIiiosr,
i,r ', W n nii"f-' 't mi ' but thmi-'hl it no one to advertise, nnd broke
C. . u R.it7.r;iiD. i lie (orckville u, 0 conPhidi'd to try again, nnd to nd
Jh alii says that three mil a of t!i. read, east jvertino in tha newspaper.. He gives the
of the river, arc nlready prep ired fr the nil, ! following arccunt of his experiment:
and that thr. e iUe on th west side., ere ."I" I cnitrived togetalittlo money
. . . V , .,. ,, . . ! with which I bought a few goods. I got
graded and gravelled, awaiting the pl.ictngKom, Mu nnJ v printed, and sent them
of the timber. In this n''ighbor!i.ind, wciol.v,.rv one I could think of tho coase-
mny add, tho work is progressing rapidly.
Balliox Ascensi s. Tlu Capital City
facl siahs tint t!io Balloo'i A..o lisioll ly
IV. NVise.will tu'nt! ulacii in this ciiy, June
Jlst, or near that tMiie. f'J prepare for in
CXlen.iivecr'i-.vd, andn threat i xhil.iiion,
Ac;tiTrtii.-M i!ii0n f) 'rn. who forsomc
m'.utli. p Ht, htst been I .dged in j .il on un
indktiueiit forhors.vnUuiii,, s aeqiiitted
to-day. He is a you-i man (,f rather ii.-.doh-
'literiof was, thev beaan to comn in and trade
a littlj. I continued to push tho cards and
bills, anil ulso to ndvertis-e in the newspa
per!'., 'mid customers rnma In from all parts
of tha rniintry. I noon hud to enlarge my
store, and I now do a bigger business than
any mini in the street. 1 keep up my adver
t'rnn.r, nml inv business' keep increasing.
"I have got- I a, on 0 invested in good
stocks 1 own the hous-e. I livo in, and it ir
worth 7,1)00 my goods are all pnid for, us
1 buy for cash, ami sell fur cash and I have
paid oT nil my i Id debts of 1813. "This I
iittrihote to your iitvainamo reuiec.y 10 an un
1.. .. i . . ? . -1 .... .l- ...i.i:. i,...
tn$ app-Mnin-.;!.. His tri,) occupied the healthy Imsinesis of letting tho pub lir know
l'rine!p..lj)i.-lor the forenoon. j what you aro doing, and what you wont to
: do.thruiigli Die press, li this certificate will
A XTi GaVV-Iim Ass iciati m The a ci-; be the means of ttavi g one poor man situs
cty instituted lor th J suppnuiiou of gauih- I'd as I was seven years ago, my object is ac-lu-r
hMdits second anniversary in the Broad, i camtVshe.d.!' C. Shabp. Jb.
wy luDeruncie, leiv J ori(, on f .i.lay ive
m.t. T.'i't utti iiduoce wits niii'ier. us, hut
, ths ccieu.at.ed Gi ru did not innkelns
pommel, Tin' rrice. din;'s were opened
with prayer by ll.'V. !r. Wheatotl. The
Sjcret iry read i;n iXstraet of the report ol
111? .jckiy, a bri' p utioti ul' which Was .
lUclar.t.uu ol War again t the city mrtlinr.
I'.i". Il charged the pulien tlHeers, chiefs,
jaulci's, uml uu rmcn, with c.illumnn witll
Qt iHY We should like to ascertain
i whether tbf llninl f I'nlilir. Wnrlt nnv V..
Up- : o . . ,. '. .'
n. iniiiiiii.iiui ui in'Mrown porKev, or t-ui oi
j the peoplu's pin ket lor collecting tolls, wa-
t 'r rents, ic, & c. Times niut now as they
used In be. The t.U Hoard of Public Works
I always ranted these collections to bo made
I by their (Superintendent and Collectors.
Hut w hen they wcru m power, there were
spirahon, und lia w Into with lo.uu, W ir
whole cry is"give me ale! give me brandy!
give mo brandy!" Their nun ' are G. org
Hughe and Kdward I hbis'cr, and th y
were coinnrtted for.driiijl.nn.JM eonio five
days ago. I'itlshuryh Iksjmkh.
Dn. " Havne. Tho I'.idue.ih D.imorrat
Hy that Dr. Hayne, tho not. oi ih .win il -r
:i u'tl bigamist, ran oil' from N 'W Orlenns i n
t!ie lt'h of Fehrutry I.ibl, arrived at Cina'it
nati on the SOth oi M ir h.iiearr'ri! M. s.U .wes
on.lho lKth.lel't her en the inth.iiiiu iil't- r r
visiting St. Loirs, N'uslivill.' and other phce..
arrived ol Paducah on the 3d of A pril.courtcd
and engaged hiuiseli'on tho -111), ami ..th" .i-
iniirried; on the 1 1th left h-r, n the 14i.li was
arrested ut ClarUsville, on th 1.5th. brirrh'
bark.ontiu 10th wasmilcn bis tri il, on the
J7th found guilty, ou the 28th sent nc.ed.on
the first ol' May started to the Penitentiary,
nud reached thereon th'.' 1'h. and was put to
spinning hsinp un the 5th. Tims in 25 days
ho married two wives, trnv 11 d some I,.'00
niiles.told 1000 lies.aiid in L'O days in re was
arrested, tried, I'onvicLed und lodged in the
A Tfrrihle TiiAnn.v. In Morg:m coun
ty, Keiitneky, hoiii" it ivs since, n -ar the (
town of Wes't Liberty, an old man named
Prather, had some kind of a difficulty with .
his wife, which caused a seperution, she
leaving for tho home of some fiienditi an ad
joining: county, rratlier loll owed, and early
one morning took his rillo, deliberately wined
at his w ile, who was sitting by tha fire in
tho house, and shot her through the h?art,
causing instantaneous death. Hu than rati
into tlie house, seized a large bowi.t knife,
and cut bis throat from cur to eur, .ov. ring
the windpipe. Sitrango as it in .y appear,
lie survived somo ten or eleven day.
Chuleba ami Simp Few on thk Missis
aim HiviiR. The steamer Indiana which
arrived at Louisville from New Orleans on
the 1 Ith inst., bad about 120 deck passengers
mostly Irish immigrants jut taken from a
ship. Thero were much sickness aniony
tliein, und .ome twelve or thirteen bad ca
ses of ship fever and cholera, lice of which
An Auvchtihinq Coiumu.uty. The Phil
adelphia Ledger of Saturday 1 ist, contained
live hundred anil tlnrtv-t iglit new mivertis
incuts. No wonder tlie people of PhlLdcl.
pliia prosper so wellin their business.
' Couirep Views or tub I'Kfsicr.Ncv.
Kitnho "I any, 'Cufiuo, what Lane is dis our
dimmercrat friends talk of running forPrsi
dent! Is it old l.uudy's Lane!"
Cuffi "Oh no, you stupid nigger; it is
tho Lan that led away from Jlutlia Vista!"
Anp tht Another. In addition to bis
.j id shl.ttJ her desired p rl im. n.
Gil. s ik'LL ST.R."
Dated February lfi, PfW.
Fkos California. Tiie latest ncwafroiu
C.ili.orni i give, accounts of ll itt irlnr pros-
pecU ut. the miites. llu iruininin j, it is als .
said, 's beijinu'ii to pr.ovj p-o.it ible. I.i
iii..n disturb an o-a and In i ill massacres stili
coiriiui '. A I af go number of rnrgrants
from Chin t is arriv'ng, mr' it is said t'ntth
nu iibar nlready in Caliiornia will reach
three th--it) .ml. At the I tte charter elec
tlon iu Sicramento, tha Whig carried th
ilty. The mere b .n's of the Interior tire .Vu.
to be doing a prosperous busin s.
Cajitaigx TRir.i".NE. Thfl publishers o'
;lh'i N w York T tluim propose to. 'ml th ir
Wei lily paper, t'rotu the 17th of June toN .
v inber Uoth, or during the 'period of the pre
sluciitial c.mp:ii.,n, upon the followin
terms: I co.y 75 c ills; 5 copies $'J,.r0; 1 1
copies t?j- 3 copies 10. The Tribune
pledges itself to- subpart the noinin 'e of tin
Convention, pn account of the principles and
measures with which hu will ba identified.
Nlw Miixioj. Th to nro rumor, of a re.
valuti m in New M xieo and it is .aid that
G jv. Calhoun, who is cobv il 'scent uft r u
protracted il.neas, has availed hliiisull'of su.h
iniiita y ussiot.uii c u. cuiiiil be procured, te
resist and 'qu '11 wh itever resistance t law
and order ml,;ht arise. It is sai.l, that des
patches have boon received from Vm to thii
Graham's Magazine, for June, is truly a
beauti.ui number, printed with now typ',
on lino paper, and beunti.'ni!y embellished.
The present number contains a scries oi
wood engravings,' representing American
manufactures, which leuture is to be. contin
ued. Tiie next number will cotiunenco a
new volume,' und a good opportunity is thus
alVord d for nc.v subscribers. It I. improv.
tug e-ach in juih. ' .
Tnr. Wheat k'.m XeSia. Tin Torch
LJitol'W.'dii-'.l.iy.ay: T.U pr-scnt indi
e,.it.i lusol'nn ubunuaiit w heat crop, aro oqu il
to those of 1 V ur. We do not know, in
leed, th.t we li.v.' i VTseen the plant lo.ik-
ng bell r than at this time. It is oi'stron::
iu;l he ilt'iy app 'araiico and st iiids euili-
ien'Iy thiv k u.ion the ground. Unl ss some
calamity, b1 y -nd the pn si nt Cul. illations of
in .ii, shall intervene to blast the prospects,
the v.vt li irv st will be one of the m st
abundant t'.i it tin fanners of this section of
the country h.ve. ever b;en blest with.
. N swrciAN' Ct.jyv. Tiie I'hiia h lphia
I:i iii;y sys: -(jie bull in his recent visit
t i W.-sliin.'ton.s i 'ceeded in puechasin a
boutdOOJU lares o: land, and is no'V taking
iiuisuft to being over a Norwegian colony.
Oi l Bull Irtns 1 iutcniis to settle in the
ritite o: 'Virginia, whero hu has ul pur
chased soin-j lands, und is ubo'it shortly to
m .ke arrang. m-elits for an early ojcupati.,ii
The tw clvc hiini'tcd stt an boaw
usid in J$ro in the Mississippi and its tribu
taries, were nil owned irl pluces-abi.ve New
Orleans. Tl cce ore all built in Pittslurgh,
Cincinnati, Li uitville, St. Li uis, and in eth
er of the river, itii s und villages, end are
owned und employ cd by them. ' . '
Cincixsati Vineyard.- We learn from tho
Cwtte, that during the lust year 7o,000
bottles of sparkling catowba were iprepuredl
ut lire cellars ofN. Longworth; during triW
Cuming season he expect, to have 100.000'
bottles ' prepared. The - sparkling' wines'
require 15 to. 20 mouths to ripen. G. & P.
Bogcu bottled last year 26,000, nnd expect
this year to put tip 3.1,000 bottle, of sparkling
cntawbn. ' Zimmerman & Co., devote their
latteiiton tostill wines, and intend to put up
I 0, tlOO bottles this year. Their wine, are of
the cchmins of the Di'ily press,-which is ' ' u, 'I""' W' i j i "r cnrcr
' ,. , . 1 . . still und. spiirldingwines lliry sold last year
particularly dr voted to all cnterpnw;. calcu-J , j,uW and their, bosincs. is raoidlv
. .- i . i .. c. .i .i .. r. ...i,:..l. :. . '
ai.ii lo iieiieui. nie toiiiuuuiiiy ii union n.
is (iiblis!v.,d. '" ' .
countv, of iUO.OOO, will
efforts to foi ni n connection of the Pittsburg
Stenb -nville and Indiiiba Railroad and the
Cincinnati.' Wilmington end Eanesvllle
R .ilroad, between' Newark and Lancaster.
This propoiiitiun, we nre assured, comes fioin'
a reliable source, and is consequently Wor
thy of consideration. The importance. 'of
such a conu;ction will be readily crknow
Itidgcd', and if it call be obtained w ithent iii-t-rlWing
witL the progree'r-of tlierraight
line railroad," it veil! prove of great benefit
to ll.is coinmunity. It is to bo hoped that
some gent!, man who is belter uaqualnted
wiih lie person, rnnkiiig lbs 'j .reposition
! than we nre,v. il!erili':liteii the public Ihroush
il issACii VsCTlti' LjQCob Law. The tele -
IK.! FOATtB A KNfAt CONFERENCE. A Hie"-'
iiiiiriiJ.h iM b0 u presented to tho Methodist
. ii. ....... i p.... ....... ..n ...i.:..- r... . .i..i ...
i i .i I . jl .1 . i. ,.i'i l :.. w "-ii... vu.nt . uiii-i, aDnuiu iur. a ui-irimiitj
graph has rather "mixed up'.' the late ol t.u , cw,rt.M.Ilce) ,0 bc C0Bmpoied of,f, fa
bill. 1 1 appears, however, that it lm;t paised I i..i.,h.,.w nd one delegate from each Confer--with
a proviso suhmii.ting it to a vote, of tin j nee. It is to have power to try and suspend
people. The G vernor vetoed it. The. L- i.i'--'Uopi unu lnciuners oi nnnuul coniereuces,
iris i over 1 ' I I 141 w w Kw wvnic ,i.in, uiu cuimu-
1 tl.ti.innlite nf tlin nctu nf thnfjonnr,.! r,r.r.,j
cure. It is to meetin-Philadelphia on the
li.th of Niovenibor, 185J,and annually there
'islature subsequently tried to
r. ... i. ....... t .,i r..:i.,.t ... i i.tn I
llio tioviTilor o ii-io, uui i.ut.ii, .ii.. i..
was then passed without the proviso und met
tho approv..! of the Governor. The Maine
L iw, or laws .mill it te it, are now in wren wrecro op R.rra.v Vri. A ra
in Maine, M issachusct'is un 1 Rhode Island, turu was recent Iv mado to tho English Par-
iijmcur, procureu uy jur. iiume. it show,
the loss of emigrant vessels for the last five"
years, Iroin 1847 to 1851, inclusive, In the
JjxAii'.Posmo.i ix ths Whale. In the i
... tl... WI, ,1, n nn.l III-ii'tl...!
UI.UU 1. I. .. , w ..-. j-.
... i.ivi,...,!. in .M..n..l' !,. .i.i. ........ i. four earinoH Stnte annointnients. Dr. Ki win
Uegarobler, aod related ..-veral Inets which f iv . it will be recoll-cted, wn IWdnnt ' f,,,lil ha. hern made Adjutant General, with
come to tlrt knmMee of tha aocj- j,()f tho hte Botir, of Public Works, made so ' of Si.'A and his exponscs paid to
that the receipt ol the sorlrty Tot tint oast
yeur. were ti3.ti.55 7ll, nnd thu expenditures
I 1 '.M '. I .'i-vinw balance aeaiiirt the so
cUty.orgMI 60. .
snd from Waslringtoa oh a trip to receive
me main arms. , ....'.
Governor Wooil must be induced to benp
oflice on one favored individual because the
LarukCaruo. The ship Ocean Qtrrn
cleared at llostoti un the 14'h inst., wilh
3.11 1 bales Sea Island Cotton, weighing 1,
3JD,3.)2,lb. and valued at $123,101. '
OirTlie Madison Courier is informed that
there will be elected In that city during the
summer, 00 bouses.
affording tho strong t proof of this b u M the Loco, good service byl
il.li I it .n.. I. ....... .1. . .. .1..1...I1 . . . .... . r ... .
... ...... .....Kin urn iiiiuiv via-u I.v..i tl.A IVIiilru. IV I. liliiti.rul t.n.1
tint he Is now employed at . handsume sal
. Mi.lln inllti. ivnti.r r;.il. nnd mr.
c.,m liuiM other duties, that belonc to oth-1 Locofoco party 1 short of timher.or becuust
er subordinate, on tho canal. Whore does I ue eonsidt-r the "Smith's" a majority of his
Qttt,Ml.,HI,CAu'rlim.-A letter ! the money come from!"-Wo 7iW. i'- '
laioau'i Monit or Proviso Inno- ; Goruet. C.eu. Gorgey hn. beguiled iii.
The ..tlipr Him. Sniffkm find-j .oliu-y conhnemcut inthoTvrol. bv writ-
US 07.. In the emilg-nn, v. hich is equal t inghorseirunwelUwat for a doctor and-de- ing an apology for himself and actions, dur-
rj.100, giving n in t pn.Dtol' t,700 per dsy.'rlared her belief thathe w.."plsened," anil
(lf eXT'.rtrt telnj too per day.) Tub ; that he(8illffkfn) Had done Stl" " "I didn't
JlJ.Cf rt txiQss'tuburg Mill Is more lhan doit." shouted Sniffkin" "It alt gammon,
paying rxieasoii, alUiomrh it labor, undcrlohe U'nt poisoned. Prove it, doctor, open
jfre.t aWV.ntagM. ! her upon tho? apoV-4'a willing.'' "
ia 1 Ca.rtaburg, California, Mny P, say: i Mathimo
Tn. Wasbinpton Mill, yt.vJ.iy, yielded ' ctxea. Th
IO. 1- at . 1 "... J . '. .
ingtho revolutionary strugglo. The work
i. in pres., and pretty nearly readv for nub
lic.tion.- The title Is, "My Lire and Acts
in 1848-9.'' It i looked lor with immense
The JeNxixs Estate is England. S.S.
JtMIJi.!, ul Mobil , claims to be th ri'lit ul
i irto the great J nnins estate,' n Eiij;' a-ni.
lie s yt th.it 11 t one sinjle link is w.nlin;:
11 his lineage, from Ch i.rles of 1081, dow 11 to
:lie d .y ofhis birth; that heisthe eldest nul
..neal ilescnUaiit oi Miarl' 8 and lU.iry J 11
nin.'s, who came IV,. 111 Knul.-nd, und was
lerk of the court of E.ixiheth city county,
in th ' tew 11 of H.ioipt .n, Va in lo3l. His
nooks ar, now in the clerk's olKie ut Ilain j
t n, ut which pi co 143 acre of I nil were
Tinted ti tin 111 ua - migrants from England.
Me. J.nniiii,. estimates the estate to be
w trth trom lorty to fl ty millions of do lars.
Tho re .1 estate or the li ly two y ars has
yielded about 40.000 iiniu.l y. L Til H jwu
us u portion oi the property und r his con
trol, ns trustee, tor which ho has given ample
suiurity. ' . -
E;T: ns.h. IIjuiiekv Tha room of a
Fa ich 111 11, M imed J .lines, bttho Mas ly
M nsloti, a bearding h us ' opposite the post
-.trice, was enter d y .st rd.iy al't-rn luti, be
tween the hours ot'4 'in l ft o'clock, his trunk
broken open, und .' ,"00 ingiild t ik. n there
t'r m. A boarder named Moody, und the
pruprietor, G.ii f.il M sely, were arrested
in mspicioii, und confined in the Watch
I II iUt', last night.
It I turiuls d that no real robbery took
place. Athi', S ttl day. ',
NevLBSATisi if n. Litely as a gnth'man
w.aik miiin a d.sk, which had stood iu
an old i.ut-buiuliitg for a long time, ho found
a small bag, whi.h ho thought a .hot bag,
but nil t . king it tip, the butt-m came out,
und to bis surprise out rolled t,000 guin 'us.
After tomiting tbem, he .al l lro ws.vry
siirry that he bad n.it fi und tl-m twenty
your .ojn. r, that he mleht h.ivo had the kv
tercst of them ubo during that period!-
Cimi.eRa ox the River. The et earner
Hostoiiia, which arrived at Louisville, on
Tuesday fri.m New Orleans, lost .even deck
passengers during her trip by chol ra.am!
put other ashore at ilil ercnt point., who
were not rx peeled to live.
Bouts th.it arrived at St. L uis.on Monday,
report thut toe choi r was raging to some
extent among the emigrant... At St. Josephs
Uve ileutlisli id occurred.
Mr. Franii. Volsl, a wealthy cit'xi n of
Peoria, Ll., t. ml late Pre.lil, nto the Illinois
Three 1 and Mississippi TJegruuh company, died on
I Saturday ol ihoicru. . , .
rsy lum is aliurded not nidei d 111 thestoiuach ; tiv(J i,eaTA there were 7,129 emigrant .hips
but in another cavity ol tho wh ile, tin; ! ilisp.itchi'il. The number of passenger, that
thro..! is lurj ., mi. I is provided with a bay 1 rmbarkud was 1,41)4,044. Tliere were forty
considcr.ble in si;'. ', that whales frequently 1 fr wrecks, or one in 163. Tho number of
l k .. in one of tluiryiiiitig on -s when weak, p.ves lost by shipwreck wa 1,043, or one in
especially i!u ing a tempest. In this vessel j 1,433.
uro two v Ills, w hich servo for inspiration; I - . '
ind h re, in all proiiahility, Jon ,li was pre-1. Railroad Extension. Thellillsborouglf
served, n it, indcei, without miracle, but with Gazette s lys that 1 ul. h. Morris, who is en-
ihateconoinv of miracle so frequently exem
plified in th Scripture. -
. Soijthi rn Piacs.Tidit the lumber busi
11 His becviiiing a Ti ry important tleiumit
n 0 iuth. rn export., 14 apparent ironr the
I'uct mentioned by a correspondent at. Jack
sonville, Florida, that thero U cut daily ut
that place a.,d n-'ihborhood by Steam Mi lis,
70,0u0 to 100,00 ' feet of lumber, and that ut
the time of writing there were live or six
ships loading with lumber..
The Hi iwrruxn Railroad. Tha Phila
di'lphiii llo:.ro ol Traiie has adopted resolu
ti..ns recoiusii: nJng the citiz. us &.capitalists
of that ti;y to subscribe for un increase of
tho stink of the llenipfk Id R.i.rotid, which
tin v tldiik clh uln Lu Mietiiilv ci.iopletet!, iu
order that that city 111 .y command the trade i lor GoVenor, and E. 11. Crocker, of St. Joseph
g tii'cd in surveying between that place and
Parfcersbnrg, will be ablo in a few day. to
present to the Hillsborough Company a lind
which will be favorublo for a connection with'
the Baltimore und Ohio Railroad at Parker.
burg. The report will bo read with interest
to all parties. ;
TjFarx Suit, OitoAitizATioN.-A Convention
of Free Soilersol Indiana, ha. been in ses
sion at Itidiuncpolis for several days. It is
nia:illy coi;iiosed of number of the old
Abolition ii ml Liberty parties, with, few
Whigs und Peinoirats, still clinging on to
their skirts, who aided in organizing tho
Free Soil party in '4S. , They huve nomina
ted a full State tii ki t," w ith the exception
of Judge., for the October election. .' A. L.
Rohilisou ofVaildcnburgh, is their candidate
(r We see it positively staled tliat .ICos
suth received but $18,000 iu Massachusetts.
Tj'dr Hung. John Coll' nun ml. Turn r
Clark, two of th" murderers 0: Justice Brew
er and wife, were found guilty of murder ia
the first decree, at the late to rn of the
Greenup Circuit C iiirt, and .ontened to be
hung on the 2afh day of June next,
others are yet to bc tried. ' "
05-The pupils ol the public .cbo-.l. of Im-Rovemext at CAXNEtTox, I"axa.
Baitimore livo had prcpa-ed a b 'uuti ul "Th Expre.s say at hat the proprietor o the
stone, of Itali..n marble, for the Washington ull"M nd ntend to put up mini, dial, ly, a
National Monument. Cotton or Woollen Mill at Lower Cannel-
lion, 01 aooui iuuo spinuics, aim it 1. .am
ol the VV 1 st tinil rsouthwi'st, which Haiti-,
mjre, by tho rapiiiliy and vigorous proseUu
tioii ol bur line, is uimii:g to intercept ut
Whdcling. . ' 1 . . , -,
Ne: Rovte. The Cleveland Plain Deal
er says tliere aro iu .tore, cars and w.tire
Ii.iUsi . in that city,' any quantity of hogs
hesu's of leaf Tohauco, raised in Kentui ty,
and now in reuc, via Ilull'slo, to New York
city .where it is to be made into Havana Ci-g""-
.. ... - ' .
07"Tlie New York Tribune contains a list
of the Delegates to tho Whig N ational Cil
Vintioii, so mr at heard from. - There are 23
i-... k 1... Pin,,,.,.., 1 r... w.. .....1 !
vr. . wv... W 1." . llll.IW. 1, 4 I V.I ,, IUB1L7I, Ollll
4 to hear from. - ' .
07"Th" Splendid telegraph mast erected
ill Keokuk at a cost "ol'ijjiiOO or 700 usod
lor suspending thi wire yvyr the river was
entirely destroyed by bohio villain or vil
lains, a few days since. .- ; -
OrWe understand the proprietor, of the
m aster and. Columbus canal paikets are
ubi.ut placingun oppoaiiion lino on the Co
lumbus und Clulliculhe route.. Look out for
chalked hut. and summer I'XvUrsions! 8kL
Uas. " . ' .
foC Liviitenunt Govenor; S, C. Stevens, and
Georgn W. Julian, Electors for the State at
large.- '..": .. -. ,
(15A project hi broached in the South
ern (Lu.) Seittittel,.whicR: proposes' (baton
the day ol' the ...Presidential, election in the
several States, ut every poll throughout the
United States. a box should be plaeed,having
inscribed upon it "Washingtort Mopwmetit
Vox" and underneath, "One Dime to the
Mi miry of Yahin(lon."'--V',ii tlie' fund,
thus collected it propo.-. to complcfe tho
Moiiumrtit. . .. '.;')' ...
Fruit at St. Loims. !223 boxes of raiseh.
direct from New York1 via the Lakes and
Illinois Cannl, were received at St. Louis,
on Monday. On Saturday, the steamer Con
necticut brought 171 barrel, of Apples,
purchased by an enterprising fruit dealer in
the U ufTalo Market, oud sold at St. Louis at
at the moderute price of seven and eight
dollar, a barrel. ' " - - '
tell thut blockhead the same thinir over twen
ty linu s!" "Why," said she, Vif I hud told
hm bgt nineteen times, I should huvojost
all my labor." , V'
ImproVemexT ix AcovsTfes. Mr. Mark
Mahew, of Cincinnati, .ays he has invented
a mode by wlibh conversation mav be had
. let rajM KI'.sia. t he San - rraneuco that a lioaton capitalist, wno Has recently 1 between person, a thousand miles distant.
aper notice tho arrival ther of 2i0 ton. of ; Invested in that company, will .tart a ship j He tiled it 000 fectt" and it Work, like a
cefromthBu'uin.ettlomDoflitka., ; . e! yard at tb.t point. -e - . , Uharm,' :v.;
Accipnxf.-Anotlier silly accident, from
the careless tiso 'of firearms, - ocenred at
Kendall, in this State, a few day. since.- A
Mr. Long, supposing a pistol to be without
. . .. ' a load, pointed it ut a girl and .nanoed it. a.
That fa new. hereabouts. We know of f "s 11 P tn Pi8tol being loaded, a
no such proprietors, ' ' ' - - - bull was lodged in her thigh. - The. inujry,
. . . ' fortunately ..was not very serious,
(KT-1 remember,0 sttyi the , cclehrntrd ,. . -, - '- :
Wcl. y, "hearing my fatlr Bay to my moth-!' CiittD Bramib to Death.' A daughter of
cr, "how coulu you have. the putaonce to Mr.; Ed. Kearney, about 4 year ot ago,
naiiitiiEllen.while playing with Borne match
es on" Thursday evening, .et fire to her
clothes, and was so badly burned that she
died a Bhort time afterward.. .The poor child
suffered the most excruciating : agonies.
Cin. Com. i. ,. .
Aa Army of Lawtebs. According to
Livingston's Law Ledger for 1863, our coun
try ha. 35,000 lawyers, whose annual in
eome i. not far from $36,000,000."', '