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LANCASTER, OHIO, TIIUKSDAY 'MINING," JULY W m
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I TALKiNo.oNBL,siEss,t..eBostonBocBcn-j TELEG&APHIC INTELLIGENCE. 1 Arrival Iroiil' Cftliforii.n. 1 Vrld xy Evening, July 10, mvt tnly inconsequental. Tlie bill became a Andy Stevart.os Soott. At a large,
nibly anyst , .. it-- -.. .-- -r-:r. . .7-.:- .-;t' Kew Yom, July 156 p. m. Steamer ,: . ;" ", ,, .' '' andthcwidow received the poor pit-: enthusiastic Whig ratification meeting held
L - "The way to do buslnet, keep up with i Vlrv ill Montreal. ' Illinois just arrived, from Aapinwall otlltli I Om. PiMce s awa ivt A At iw. Unce Mr. Pierce would have with- at Uniontow,., Pennsylvania, on tho 25th
the times, and be somebody, is to advertise. I MoHTRMt, July JO.-Tho first eommonc-, wd 1U. tto lUi 8ho brio 8U0 pil. jU irl kow tUt tho L.Hfoo nddatc , M(,f . h; Ilt token of thc ,on. ARDai:w SltWAIt1i&villg
' Aud.asa maiterol course, lis wuv to rtm F" in waugns pattery, on m. iauierine s moi i in- hit mo rrtrorarj, rcwueu iuo "' .,,. . ,. u u .i... . li.
E0RGE WEAVER. EDITOrV AND PROPRIETOR, behind l.Vsink into obsole.ismand bo Street, in St. Lawrence suburbs, and ! on freight, and half a million in tho p.ahds of causc he wM tlot proniinenl mnn TU " the aerv.ee of one of been ca Hod npon t, .Jdre,. Ut .sembl.B..
nobody, la not to advertise. The Joi,'ie. of troyeu me isisnop a cnurcn una reia.eeio- y;. um.cw, p- ..nP.tive ((tr,.nti.. 0r ha i,0 b..aiitifully t iv....n, ,
... both proposition is rtraicht and k-eillionto. pether with UOO house, moatly occupied by ' w and tiio pnasonifrr. maiU ..?,.,!,, I'e t w. too, that he took purr ajalnst ed in the Meritocrat, in the rounie of which,
.Third Fluvr- "Tho man in thcae duyn who aupnosffn he i tbo middlo and poorer clnsoa. The Nunne-, 0" wa.ure Ufousrni lo ranuiua uy mc UK y'i t,)(J L)M f((r ,he rpli(.rof lhe of Rljlwrt rer,,riii2 to the Whig and Democratic can
can gat .lonff without putting hm.ip in the ry oMnK thfl lii.bop'. Uhurcnwaa nnved. uu , : "' rB .n,c,u, afterward- Part by didaf. for the Treaidency; he.old: " "
newspapers will wuke up one of tiieae One; The total low by thia fire waa $1,700,000. were th oi.ly hti-aim-M at tuat port. premiKing however that,' if mrf L"JCofoco . ;., ' ' .. ,... i,:l.,. ,,.n i ,!a
morniugi and find himself the victim of a big Three thousand persona were loft unsbelter- A!i r rancwco snwmiT.-wnn . ufofonnfa, Miould find any error or , ..,; ." . " ","
',nivtnl, . 'i'h.n,t.n f ..w.rn.!.,.,, no ed.' ... : . of the last BtoBmer, inU'mal trade pflftpetta co' 3 . 10 nn".",7 K" without limitation hv I'reaidi nt Polk.. .
T-iiiir. July 15. M ! lWr . ,ni..n...t, hut. tri...l fnti i,Mt Tho aecond conrWration broke out on coi.tinue lively-rrapply cuiterully birhu '",'0 " Uiein.eraiiUnff in t -.ry, e aiiau ib fc fot(,d in , ml.
M. uu J " ; n- ' r- ' J . . . . . . " . . m J ir :.. 1 i i n.. 1 . I a . : : ...l. ...
...1. ::..rlT,-r7-;-r7 J un-niuch a u tlw ploineat. thins in math- rnday -niplit, in t rear ot tlie Hayw uo vouub 1 1 goou ocumuu. ry lir.i.mii)acu,,in:n.r.1U.D. tU.r
r.i fiHT aTaRTAR. Througli me agency ,nilti.; HBiin.1,nnn.M,i1,t.,l,Bwftrldlli Houn, nndronsumed alltlio house In Dul- ooouh goou. tiolinug anvaneeu; i-uperior
.. m . a ..,, tl.o Tiow York I i..... i. .,i...n.. .1...U,.,. ! Iionuie Knniirn. inr.liuliiKT tho Hnvnit' House, clothinir scarce, and much HOHfilit for. titock
Al 1110 1 UluinailV Ctuwiuvv , . , . .. . huliiijiiiii U I m-Ji UUI I'.u ill miomiwB, n iiiiu T n - . rut t.. j- t I L iifl -.1 i
m. .' -Lntd host of the Demo- ; others aro .lashinj out in the broad sunlight, Hon. Mr. Moffatt's reaidenee. the mca hou- "ft lour In ow hjindn held firm with d.apo.
aiuio, o. u.. . i, - , .:., ...."!. nf Ihn Rovnl Art (Ttf. anil t ie in tnrv aiuon 10 auvancc. roria Kcarco Willi
cratic party have been urougni ueiore mi; i secrctarv'a office. Thence eroanln'tf Am- steady demand and
public In the character of letter-writers. , The n)0rfl plll)icity a busiiies lias, the ! herat street, the flames laid in ruins nearly Haim scurce-28
nt. ' n 11 ..nlmmi nftpr rolnmii :.. .... ii ....,. ...I ... 1 Ihn whntn of the Onplier. milinrlia. The Imr in lnfirKet. Lard !
i neir pruuucuuuo - - wuru ll l lui ll IU IICUIIIC U CICD nuu umo, i - ; x - -
nl0Ug News from the mines satisfactory.
- - . An express at San Dii'iro front tue
I roni I he Su!li reports the murder of Col. Craig,
R i Tiainn r. Jnlv 1 H.--vllnlLimiirM mnil (wiinutnrv Pnnintimioncr. 1 "
turougnto-nignt troin newuritin int i ue loan, oi A mermen 01 can rr.mciHro apl,llcd luai;nerill Vkrcc. .i,utia ca- in the Sell,te. VVe do not aeek to deprive wno(:ralty po! ticiat.-he was to frank,
steamer Mexico hud arrived from Galveston, have refused to confirm the appointment of ; ... , mlM,c of , . . ,.,,.. .(,rtll.. ,, ' h "!.lLCt! I., knew nothine of tha
and reports tliat tlie cholera was urcviiiiins Judge Campbell. ,. , l " o " . ;., . i . i,n(
toanalarmiuuextentatlndianolu. . I A bloody rencoutre took place in tiie ! I'vm of the most extraordniy character; derive from this circumstance. tricks of Ktrade, apd was too bone. to.
. . . i .. .i . r jj u ...... iw..... i .i..w.i . .!,,.(..-;i ..o.m ... j i- j piaruce inera u lie uhi.
i ,urr !zu in inn oi Kiiiieri'm nv iiir oxii rv i.unrLui n 'xh ui h ni n 11 riiiuuiiLU. uuinic uu 110 nn i:iiii, imiii.wn . . mw. w,, ... .bamiioiitiv. nn nur.iinira la wtvi' . . .....
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tuu ui llie steamer ot. ttiinva, iiau utH-u iu juuju iv iiuii uuu juim 11. uiuui;, hihi-
covere d, and the general impression is that her of the bar, with hiti Ti fend Henry Can
uot less thun 40 or 60 had been killed. field. McCunC was stabbed with a sword
PUBLISHED EVLBV THUESDAT MOKMINC.
GEORGE WEAVER. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
John U. M risht, Printer.
t lFk'ICE TmlltBiiliie BuildirtM-
Mln Straot South biiia.
' Terms $,U per annum in advance.
opinion the Wbigs bud the strongest candi-.
i date, and tlie Democrats the weakest they
i.i ... II. I:.
, ... ... ivcrnaa. Air. riarce was ao executnv in-,
: Mnritv r Irtiif KaiInI ir nirni rit flip I irtlrlt!&- . . i t . . -CT. '
, i , : "'-' i iieiiinn mo ainiuDie lor lue Kreav uuic
. ii, i , , . . .... lion uhi. . i hj wincn nc na,iir.-i:nn naa noi me nprr, uo
V hnve been somewhat amused," says: ... . , ,. 1 .... ... , . . .! ... .siiiii.:.....
thu Siirnal, "by the njrade inakinir in the I , ,. , ... i- . . th firmiMwii tnaav N i air.' to tbe euurtec
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A HUM J,IMMw
in papers accustomed to publish bucIi dreary
trasll. And some of them are gems ot cx
r" i i J ,
tViii hottor it will hn fnr the man nnmor it
Hence in the best regulated and largest for
tune makin" establishments there !b set apart
. ;acuriaui aiiioiiui, ior uuvui iioui, jimi, uo
Perhaps some ot our readers may reio-: much as for paying bills and meeting Dotes,
loot ono Charles j. Ingersoll, whilom mem- litis rightly considered one of tho necessities
ber of Confess from Philadelphia, and in jofa successful trade. To try to do v. itliout
.,. ,,.,! . ,,; would be a most equivalent to having no
that capacity extinguished utterly one tine j 1
morning by a speech from Mr. VEHSTEl, j "Advertise, if you want businees, and
whoso direful wrath ho had heedlessly a-; don't if you wish to avoid it. The receipt
roused. Mr. Isgebsom. proves to bo in the : is a never tailing one.
land of the living. Tho Tammany Society
has exhumed him.. He wrote a letter, dated
July 1st, declining their invitation, but fa
voring them with 6undry striking sentiments
on political and other topics. Thus:
1. Upon the canditlales before the country,
he writes to a Committee of which Camp,
Rtsdebs & Co. are tho leading members,
in the following strain:
Candidates will be severely trieu; out
,i ,lo u.uii iv u. .. oil n.i.v,,. ........ v ...... - l,t .!,.. l, r.,.J. i . .i.nfir i In Of runv
An uwful tragedy took place at Mobilo on cane by Judge Wilson. Canheld ilrew a re- ,
theCthiust. A man named Jolm Crestlove, volver and fired at the Judge, but missed him, night mortal columns or the newspapers,
I poisoned himself, wife ami child, and rein- the ball hitting Mr. McDonald; a second with broad columns and small type, his be.it
I!..! t.. !.. . l.:. A 11 :...l I...II ...I. ..O..... .... )m ImUn. wniiniliml liitu . i -n i .1 . ' . 1. . . . - -
. iivcn iiviiiu in hip uuuna nn nun. nnuiui umi viwiuiuvumv.iuj.i ir.euus win uo uie nioii iiuzt.uu v aos.i ur.
.nM... n.i,.u!AnJ Ki. l.n ilAtitlw.r 1 1 mirr P ni, 11 . c ... 1 mi. : 1.:.. ' ..1: ..u. I.. . TLT..r..... 1:1.. . 1.. .n Ma. '
buiikj utvumiruvu .j .............. j . I HI . IR UOUfHU UI llC UUIirS J lit? jlirV HI
Candidates w. be . vnre.y r eo, ,y . Brandon Republican, and
candid ; approeiaUon must 1 h , , . ui
U. S. SENATfiil. Wo understand that
Gov. Powell has appointed David Merri weth
er, Esq., Senator in Congress to fi.l tlie va
tliirhtlv MennuB lil;elv to recover Mc
vi.' until the first day of Sehteliibcr next, at ! nuest was that thev found their death to Doiluld it as tliouiht would die. A meet
which time Mr. Dixon's election tukes ef
Mississiiti. The Jackion Flag of the
Union, tho Vicksburi'h Whig, the Natchez
i.liU.. ll'U!... Un.... V.a.l m.Tiu .rli.viniia fun.
I iiu ll III"" iiac iini iinun .... .v.. .o
his country again in the cnpacity of henator, ; ,AaV.,t Dt Brott was the "noblest Romao
on the invitation of Gov. Steele. of them all." He was tho hero of more w ars
Ktill Kubsequently. be added to his "nega-'. and of more bVrfes than wiy..of thrrnj he bad
,,y jeclining to serve his 1 .
WJ have rea1 i!ih whole citit column, as t p ji.
ing of the citizens was called and a commit- ; "my appeareo originally in me nosion rosr,
hnve been caused by nitric acid. . ing or the citizens was called anil a commit- ""J "I'r ",tu " .w-w. .
MoNTGojiERy,Ala,July 13-p. in. The south- teo appoinled to request tlie Judge to bring and have been copied into the Wf.shingtun n
ern Rights Convention depated yesterduy Canfleld to an immediate trial. .Union. We. have read theui with amaze- Qj
till midnight adopting several resolutions ' There has been later news at San Fran- mcul , ,u -worst t-nemica could not have , .
le tor a separate orgnnizalion, tne otner Cisco iroin mo oocieiy l-sinuus. nn; rrvu
ppdrting Pierce. No vote result doubt-', lulionists had successfully repulsed tlie roy-
numbcr of other journals which lately sup
ported tho Union parly in Mississippi, now
display tho names of Scott and Graham at
the head of their cditoriul culumns.
CaMi-aiun Pai'ers. Excellent campaign
papers aro published at the Tribune ofiice
and Times office in Mew York, and tho "Sig
nal" published by Gideon at Washington
will prove n valuable help to those who wish
to keep posted up.
Tun Wheat Chop in Maryland -It np
tiears from all accounts that tlie wheat crop
in thia Wt-ito will nfTnrii n liirirpr vield thnll
has generally been expected. The Anna
polis Republican at ilea' that the wheat on
S! mill. TJha.ln ntnl Wi"st HiVei-s in Anne
Arundel enmity, hus been remarkably good,
I ... i . i .. .. .1 r... i I.! .1
, wuil me exception o. a iciv larins which ere
injured liy tho army worm.
H."'U A -MIDI The Rjckville Journal s-ivs the farmers in
hit in thiconf f coalition attlia Co,,- tl.t cm.nty have genera y Cm'd thi.r
ventiou; an excellent caiuiuaic, u- ...,.... ..v.-.,. - - -
make an excclle.it t'TCsSdent.. ' Wk very well, and ,s growing hue, consul-
r ,n ,if t-rin tho dryness ol the season. Oats and
"Avery happy hU in t!i3 c-mfui.on of;. .0M ursu;v,rine ,ur raill.z v. Uuu.
lOiripetition!" That is a go id phrase, ;
strong cordial, expressing a marvelous do- j Statistic oi-Li:ii-kia.-The Bhssioiiary
stronD, coruiu , i o .,. ; M.UMr.ino for July, nuioii' otlier statistics ol
irren Ol conillo ivv nt i"""
knowledge that four of those lately placed
bofore tha public, of both parties, lor advoca
cy, are safe men, from no ono of which has
the country anything to fear, but on tho
contrary, murk to hope.. Two of them Mr.
Kino and General ScoffI have known well
nearly forty yearsi and on many trying occa
sions found them both alwayx patriotic, juh
cious and serviced. The other two Gen.
Pierce and Mr. G raham I have not known
so long or so well; but after some service in
Congress with them both, I feel sure that
they are both gentleman with whom 'our in
stitutions will never bo injured or endanger
ed. There is a democratic .indorsement for
you! Mr. Ingersoll evidently felt that
something mora would be expected of him
by the-unterrified of Tammany: so, like Mrs.
Dombey, he "makes an effort" and thus
2. Endorses General Pierce:
PiFurr. I couhiult a
rJlipporiing l'lurce. 10 yoiu result uuuui- t iuuuihrib uuu putwomunj ij, n.
ful. To-day convention reosHciiibhid but de-1 uiiHtsi with severe loan on both bides, urn)
i: i .. niiA ' t.A vciiiturA..! iIumi- Prouiilnt! fjll('ll
I 11 UUU IU IIUIIIIIHIIP a UlimiUIIUmaWlBUU IV , IV-liiaian- vi v
commended the Ullioiiiats to pursue uhv Pomure henrinjr of tho defeat, went nerson-
courso thought proper. j ally and rallied her Uoop, and then hVd for
i relume on noaru a r rencu in.ui: w nitu ur-
Trin Kallhnore. 'rived at Lahimm,May 15.
1) ' T ... t a : l .. ' A Wl.Irf Ul.la P.inuniiluin at Ssiltl
IjALTIMOKE, ) Uiy l-. -uicai iiiumittiiuu ni n mg uww wwim-mivu .
and storm to-dny in the northeastern suherbs Francisco; on tho 14th, G. Neely Johnston
r.l.. .!... II....C-... I 41 .,1 Il.,...l 1 : CM....- I M irnntlnrrtnti nrTiiliunn.
ui i iu citv. iiuniuru i iiu uvituuwiu, nutu- in mc wuuu t..., ,
tivc rttrtigU," by declining to serve ivt.ii, or U,.c,at. had ever dime.
country in the capacity of Attorney General, uol t.X(.,..,t jp t,c immortal Washington him-.
on his appointment to that office by I'rcsi- Helf, he had sealed the victonea with his.
'wood. Ilxing anil l. ui cneers.j 1 peo-
Afterwards, a, a member of the New V"i V "'f "rZ
.... , . cl llirii, nil: win imit ii, v -... ......
amp.hire convention for the amendment ,.mu.u r TW.m rats who will vote
f .he H iito rnnMtitiition. he took .n active i. c,.n..rr! ..nti rVniwi; 'Yes. and I am
uient. His worst enemies could nof have .... in r.Vor of abolisbinffthe reliirious test one of them;' 'and I am another' end whyl
wished for a more inopportune or fatal publi- which va(j go loD ui,zraCed hi State. i because you know him, and have perhijN
. ! served under him; and yonnavo snarcn nis
ca,,on- J ' Singularly enough bia friends claim great ."f"" , dftnra. a battle he waa at
Three columns of the eight are devoted j;j,:n,; r, i.j rniia llewaain favor 1....1 .;,.tnl.. i.t vi.ur bedside:
, . uiunnni : VUUf ucau, iu j
Uj tue coiinexi'jfl oi uenomi nerve w uu mc
Mexican war; Thin is simply ludicroua.
of rel'n'ious toleration. As if every one always and ever, you found him a lather ana
..... r,.. ,.r ,o1i;r, toleration in la friend; he never aesencu you, anu you
of an amiable ,,,. ,Uv. .Mtlt rew binouio a benight-
man that his friends would not seek to make . ,,A HtB, i-.i.- Hanmshire. We should
We had hoped for the sak-:
, a hero or a soldier out ol lilm. Gen. Pierce i (
think of claiming merit for a man
never can desert hlin; be always led you to
victory, and ne win do u again.
itKn i.ha itr.l.liivr u-nnlrl deiiprt bi General:
I if any do, lei bin; go, you aro hotter without
i. 11 1- l. '. . . . 1. -.:-. ..e : .1 rx .. iTl .t'. 1 Thai'. tKa
" J .. . , . , , . 1 . ,1 SHOWS MHfllBaaillulluuvii i"u r- . Ugrause lie Waft not BH jmuitliai iiuiawi vi .uiri. ,t iv.vv., -
ing basements, cellars and first floors of over was nominated as candidate lor Judge ol the ..., From the first . 1 1 it . .iii it,. ! voice of an Irishman. General Scott was
3UU houses on North Asquitl. St., and sweep- Supreme Court for the long term, and- ; rvca such a reputation, i ron Ui ft rat the aBlogue. But he e( again, thogener- , c - 1 1ho,1(i.nua of Irish-
., . 1 .... 1 ....... .it e.' .... r... u.... It T,,,,,!.... nininnnt hn landed in MeXtCO. Gen. 1'ierce .ii :. i ... . r ,m-lir of Mr. I" . . " . . . . 1
ing 011 leuces, oui nouses, anu currying uu , ounwu iui i." w..... -j, . - . any iwuu....... - , mlin ne j,g(j commanncn, ne never tuiew
r mi i.: 1 1 i.-A..... r ...... i"Mi... uml P I.. V.ilwnrdH. nt' Sac-! ...i:u.l ntitlnlu ..n tlii nilvirA and directions ' . .t : 1 ;niarflfj(! f . . . 1. 1 l . 1 . i-.: 1.. k:. AM1
luruiutre. 1 uree onuses uuu twu i.uivl-i ij ( ui wuiun v. . u, . V r ivuvu.imiu.j ... ... ; vmcn inn spcrntr. 19 mngi 7 one in torn uts uaea n 111s irieiiuo ui hid vu-
swept off, and six houses, nearly finished, rainunto, nominated as candidates Kir Con. 1 of t,e yuun omcer4 0f the regular army, flje cbnstfifitiorl hi which religions tsts emies;' and no true Irishman would ever turn
demolished. About 200 other .houses had gress. John C. Fall, of 1 ul.a, and Dav ., . rtll(,h. ...,:,.,, ..' , !nnl.i hv the l-o- i bis back on General Scott."
cellars flooded all small brick buildiiiKs.H. Haskell, ol aan x rancisco, elector" ai .... , 1 r j
occu nied bv tho poorer classes. Over SOO large. .... I ' "ever hesitated lo avow hi. entire tgno- J ,t u illJeed oud to gee bow unifjrlniy Th Aj. RvwnA hu VMon
of those damaged were mostly owned by
Tin. friiratn'Rarifan sailed from Paiinma mnce nfmilitarv affairs, and his absolute un- .,,.;i;ll Mr Iiprr'a efTurtshave been lioitor u.e h-ivp verv irood authority
Robt. Bovd. n the 2(ith, for Gallapagoes Island. 1 ho fitncf!S for ,;s ncw employment, and in this in ,. nr i(.isitiVe. riiilitarv, and con- for stating that in 11 there were no tewer
Loss to ths city over frllO.OOO, nndd.imago ; British steamer lama arrived at J -nan" n . Inore)d Rt.n8e ,,an bis friends ; stitutiona illiprovP,llct. Wedoubt if there than 2,773,833 men under arini ' 'n roP
to nrivatepror-eitv not less t h.m ft50,000. t he 3d, Irom Valparuiso. Mie brings mtel- .. . .i., f, hi , . . ' as regu hr soldiers, t.nd if to this number be
S . ' -Iv. 1 ii T' tu irr -"tM-i." ' tllttt '' I'' 31i,.,islry lias b''e" ' J "' chiUmS ' y ' is a P"'''"' of nole ,n ll,e cou"tr'' i added the various corps of volunteers, na-
. changed. The present t ainnel is onposeu e nave no oouui uuu ne is 01 au mau, wno has spoken, voted and Idught to so uuie tion& nrus.iC.;uie nfjgrcgate wouia sweii
New YORK, July 15. J lie Asm lias r- ,l !,. him nn nrnlerfioli. Y'lores 1,... l. ..,,.. n ,;i;i,ri. .nllimln. nn.l dp . . I .. . u i,n., una .1.. n.inulotinn of EuTODe
ui ivi.., u..ufe... ,- . out : luMLnm i,v. .u. -(".- nrnrtical mirnosc. 1 uw w ..... -, - 1
I... I...t rinn . I,t still Imlils it hienacni? . . . ...... .,. .t...' 1 1 . ... ...... .,;.....! i:t 027.40 1.000. Ac-
iiii.t inn. . - n njumDil HIS CflllUI M 1 1 II I lit II rnl IIMIIIIUIIL II f I w . 1 : t V 0 .nn . I lnnra I 1 V (La UU II waininn " - -
d join-, .. - ...... u- i '"' 'f" . . . . .. ;cordin2 to the usuil ratio of calculation, one
t...ild un l,i hit LUUIUUU II " ' " n " "
rived with tii) passengers. " -
LiviiKi-ool.. Julv 2. Coltrili Demand
moderate. Prices ' full; fair Orleans
middling ijl.fair Mobile 5 j.midiliiiej; ft
.....I:.... "...luninnp l.l n u t? .il l n hill Wiin.
uil III in. with h nuinher of troous. Huid to be
..M..ni.f r..!t nnlmnnv whue
tiiU' dwelling upon trifling dytailn. Hp
( 1 -.-rifiro, in the next placet
3. 1;,-inches off m to a general u.sei wu
Liberia, stu'.es the inii.ibilunts at SHU,
000, am h. r whem rib. ut 7,000 limy be regar
!e ! us c!viiized. Tii .'re iuv m ire ih..n 2,000
.,n. mm. I. nntj in the f'lnistuu ('Lurches,
more th.in 1,500 childriMi in Sjbbutli s-.hool,
... i-inl 1 '( I in nav se.luio s. lyj III 1111 nieuuis
on the importance of tho Presidential oinuo - . t)io llll6!iuIls 0, lll0 Court uhout 10,
illuHrating the Blibject thus: oOO. Attendants nt day schools 111 the same
- The chief maf'stracy of this country lias ! aliout 1 1,000. Funds have been raised ill the
becomo an immense trust. It was always a United States for education to the "amount
power greater tlinn mostly conswereu. 01 ny uiousumi 0011,11s.
president Wask.noton's proclamation of t-----; - .Vhiif' Hartford
liad u tremendous gathering at the ratilica-
Fioiir Fair iimounl of business; prices
rather ill favor of sellers.
Corn Yellow scarce, and (id. advance;
WiiiMit I'onsiJcriilil'j transai tions at 6s.
Id., red (is. ..!. t j (is. J.
lieef and Pork liouynnt.
, avowing that he ! piercej wc do him no intcntional injustice, j pVon
). It may well be ! We are mwcly developing ahd lllbstrating j ,bU) miia m,
.laho.l hlmuolf liv 1 . .. ... .. .... -I ail - ..l.l:..
... 11. 1
..va. tit-i'iitv tit tun auu:i ana
CU 11 1 111, ll" ,i u.i 1... . . 1 . j , - - Ut-IMJUUUI Wimi . . w... j
; Americans. Ho bad ulso received a remit-; had nlit'token his vocation, 11 may wen ne We are meTCv developing atid illhstrntlng able maie population of Europe was at that
lance of 30.000 from Lima. The United i that he would have distinguished himself by :dc. 0r Mis "negative strength" the ; time a soldier. Bes'ules tins immense army,
; States ship IN.rtsnio.ih was lying llt ( u,va- , , po,iaI1try, if he had been favored with an , wlosopu of hick (. that the man who has ! there was an aggregite fleet ot J,t
qui June 10th. The American (barge; ' . J i.rP,s:n f accidents and , mlos , ,. ... , . 1 sc s carrvins 45,10j gun.', and manned by
'tlierii had prot, stol against her leaving. , ")"! Lu ,t,toll ,f acl-fDU and j done the least for his country is the nost ; at ,CRSt i50000 seamen. We cannot com
Should F lores hold his present warlike utti- misfortunes drew him from the held on bit- j eminently entitled to her honors and rewards , par(J th8fe fibres with any previous etate-
tude.l upt. Durmn had concluded to wuit 111. ral ciillcul moments, jusi us me time r-. re ore not of this opinion, we tninK mat ments, but wo tool wan
varraiited in asserting
Monetary Coii-sob closed on Tuesday at
innA in 10H1 fur munev and tufuuiiK A -
slriietions from the Commodore. Business rjvcd for winning laurels.
iicutrality, President jefieksoh y..
of Louisiana and ...don.meeu.oa . ... ---. -pk. q'hc Hartford Cowr
dent Monroe's declaration nBa..., . , ..,,, w.,lici.
rr'rrthe Bank8 JVW M' Zil I wi .7. beoon for.n o.ening of
truction ortheBttnk''r 1 '" hkh lUi wIl!cU u,Uil cheer and animate
ofOmot f'0 " ,uirUoflilc Stateand
conned Mexico, nd S ru-idt" 1 . l
more's arrest 0 the Julian 'r; .,, ,t , ,. lJa, cUvil)fal vutt. f thls
Vted by Zt relive to State t, the Whomincea, by an old fash
JresX neutrality-every on of the... j io.i,d Wlug majority,
merely executive and individual acts, proves , ML. irKR i)I!irK.Milwau1iie brick arc
ll,tn Pres ilent Ot 1 10 Ulllieu omiv. .....
....... e. :t .u.. itii rr.inmenf,Ptnent of the
1. 1 it P.ffirmative strenrtn win oe usenn, 11 uiui.., - -
T1....V... .i:m,...i.., ! r.,.,.y,t Pierrp's rnse 1 . . ... : j: . 1 peace movement, did the lace ol r.u. ope pre-
I J'utt"'- inot absolutely necessary, ..1 vU.,mC..u...b -... .,,, annearance." '
meri.vni KiiieUsoiiiet wi!h stationarv prices : .1 Gun Snikod. " ! is more deeply seated than this. Il is not pnpr.i or statesman to the confidence and . 1 . . .
federal securities chi:-tly ashed for. Washington, July 13. p. m. Geo. C. ' mcrt.ly that his military character it one of , consideration of his country. Therefore it Affrav. at LzsisgTos. The Louisville
- llailroi.il bonds have rather tull-11 oJ. , Washington.the nominee for ice President : ccusivciv native trength,"but his civ- . tj, r in .no.i.pr narairraph we have given Courier barns that on Saturday morning, Sir..
. ll.,r,w.tnrinit ,listviets bv no menus ac- 1 1. H. ntitt A im.rieiin. uublishea a letter i : .. ? ,.' is, mat 111 uuo.urr t fa j n , r..,i, Tilf..r.t. nf T.r-vinfton. shot Maior T.
tivc, but the demand for yams is equal to'T, the Washington InU bUnor, declining C-ireer is equally re,narK,u.e ,n tms re-. brief record of the affirm, claim. VR';j th a ,,'voleer, in front'of Chiles' Ho-
' . ' . . " .' ... ..... 1 .....1 I . u'n. ui.nn vpan 111 the lewl .. ic... T. .... n nl I . ppnril . . . .. . . 1 . : 1 .......:..
the product. ! the nomination, and snvs ne esteems neon. yum. .. 1 uenerai ocon. m vumiiuu tel. He tired icur bi.ois in rap.u suv,i.csioii,
-. 1 n.. ..... 1 11 I. . . . . 1 .. .1. I.: ; . . , . T .'.!.. n.a- I . . 1 l l .1.. ! . . .... I. .T 1......: In ll.A
-Kini iin rue lii nisn l-urii.iiiieui wno r 1. mini eiia ei.aracter 11 nil iraiiK. n auiv 11 ainn lire i.ciriiuiurr, uuu 11 i ui r.r .iitnr.iKt nun can ue maue uu 01 tue i. nr.nn r.i ivnicn iook eii i 'ci, louaiim w
ortroiriied by the Queen ill person. j.m; courteous deportment. He uduiires ;, 1 ..dti)tt. he accomplished anything worthy L .., mi.,,ir. npffations: and as it carries its 'fleshy part of Ih': t!ii:!h. The bystanders in-
The speech, longer tnan usu.n uuu .nun.-1 llin r nis military services,
. .1 1 1. .... r ln 1
1 1 1 a 1 1 u , 11111....1 . lli;ininlllie u.-giRmtuic-. uuu...... .. - ; ol lnore .lllerosi UUU ton ut uuire . i i"' i iml ikiDI1
l(o iitlniireft 1 . . 1..1.L..1 ...a:..i.fl.lunuilMiiniL-Arfliv 1 . .. .. 1. :.:.. ' u...i... ...
" , - .tenoeuuiui iiuni;'"! 'ii"ii-"""."-"""s niost emonatic necaiions; aim as 1. t.u- nwnj --- - . ,
.tf uh i-h tin .. . ... Hiosi ciiipiiot. (, . ... Tilfr.r, ten knocked down and
,een elevated. of mM lha "S . I own story with it, we have not inong .t .1 , C'- with a 8WOrd, from a sword-
li.des l.v mv- As a member of the Home of Repiesenta-1 h .Ue t0 embarrass the plain state- "'J; ' . ioUn.... dense crowd of
difficulties now adjusted il. Schleswig Hoi-j),, that the curdidates of the whig Na-. tivos of the United States in June, 1838, he . . mcntw ith any commentary. The best com- p(.rsons werestandii g by, and.it was very siu-
stein and in ligypt.uepiores tue uuniiiiinaiu tmal uunven
ll.espeecn, 101. ycr .uuu .. """ iiiunior nis military survu.is, ..y v
flowery, states the most friendly ussurance ; eliaracter of his country has been
from foreign powers, touches upon the late i llt imnieand abroad, and conclude
difficulties now adjusted il. Schleswig Hoi- i i.,,,. t h t the curdidates of the
. . 11 1 . 1 1.: .1..
uiuiu 1 ito.unn ' , j.. me best ns wen as nest 1001.11.3 111 luu"
more power, merely as su h, than any hi i ,. ,)t Anh co,or ,)pin U(ilnirP( .y
..r Queen in Europe, hardly, excepting the e ,c,rb,)(ly Dwl0 vWm th.lt ciiy. Several
F.mperor of all tho Russwb. , rroI)t!l lx Chicano are built of these superior
, How happily is President Polks ndnnn- i,rickaiid the Sentinel states that an order
ni art nvulo 1 f,.i. an 1111:1 lmu inst hei-ii tilled to roto lUiff.tlo
lsirauo.icuaruciciiAi.-ui 1 . ,,
to lie put in a apieuuu. uweiii'if.-iioii.ij m ui
upper p'irt of M ill, street, in that city.
Profitable Authorship The Boston
Traveler states that Messrs Jewett&Co.,
paid Mrs. Stowe on the 7tli. the sum of$!10,
:.ihi ns her convri'iht nreiniuni on throe
iiinnth 1 RlilnR nr Uncle Tom's Cabin. The
necessity that forced tho British into a war 1 u.Slft.llt nd will receive his mostzealous sup-' . Tor the Delaware breakwater J ... .;,. pnip. .nd will be tulh'Wlcd ided parties, fortunutely, zrs rot enou;y
... 111. Knrinnh ine.ilions lliui a irnnv uua ,
iS oiii Csinuda.
It immortal: and that act was recall 0;
(Sen. Scott from Hie W of the ai 'my tehLh
conquered Mexico." That's a suggestive
phrase. What did tho Tammany democrats
think, In their meditations upon it!
That will do.' Mr. Ingersoll can stand
back until he is wanted again.
Conviction of Crist. Tho Mobile tri
bune says: "Tho case has excited univer
sal interest in the community and during
its progress, notwithstanding the intense
heat of the weather, the court room was
ctowded. . Yesterday morning, about 1 1 o'
clock, the examination of the witnesses was
concluded, and C P. Robinson, Esq., open
ed for State. Ho was succeeded by Col.
Percy Walker, counsel of the prisoner. .The
solicitor, Mr. A ndereon, closed for the Stale.
A little after 8 o'clock the case was submit
ted to the jury, and after an absence of some
few minutes a verdict was returned of guil
ty, with the death penalty."
ith thfl African Kins of Da
homey, to suppress the slave trade, and ends ,
.. .. . ........ 1 uni....jHii u.li -ilVi tiiui :
tllO lirSl SUCtlOI. uJirrw.ii;; ....
with the passage 01 me omnia um. .
There was a dreadful riot at Stockport,
Tuesday night, between some Roman Cath
olics and FrotestaniB, uu persons we. e . ju
ried wounded to the Hospital, ono was kill
...1 .,....! limiK"!. turn down. The Cutho-
; Ph.m.l wnssaiikei . the orsan, altar anu i mil bv Mr. Paine to nrevent dust and cm-1
furniture being burned in a bon-lirc noth- (liril rroln entering the cars tt lfilein motion
luicu'wuiu"'....".'. -I ! IDCllUTy UJIOI1 It IB Vlliucii wii
propriations for the Delaware breakwater, j tne American pe0ple, and will be pMishcd
I r ...:. 1...1..... .ml rnmni-inn nil. i .. . r II II
anu jorcertuui iiumino, uuu . some tune ttie next . an.
structionsin and at the mouth cf certain riv-
Native Falsehood In referring to the
letter of Gen. Scott to Mr. Robinson, trfticft
Hamilton, (iiiiuda, July 15; A party ol I . f,k..,.,'M
1 - . . rn . ... ' ers, anu ur uiu.-r imi.iiwh" iw . .
Oi.niiii-iMm.il iii'ii'p nn pvc.irsioii to Torento . ' 1 ' . .
to celebrate the 12 of Julv. Returiiing.they ! It cannot be claimed that he rendered any , in MaMd,, Hfe 0f (Sen. Srotl,
were attacked by Irish Catholics.aud a light particular service by this vote, for the bill fc uimeet h , forffery! That
ensued. Two v. ere killed, and many wound- !waB passed, and a few days afterwards re-, .. .... .t.i.o ill nnlw dnnv
. ...1.1 : win uo. nu 1. .nt '-j j
!m. oiu,.,! lm k irnnliire ol General Andrew . ...... ... .:,i.
- o that lien. iSCOll was 111 me mm .1 ni 1...
Duston R-ULROALS-Tlieapparatusiiivon-Ijackson. 1 Tlrit.in and the Mexican War, the old
nn, u.tur uuu 1 ted by Mr. IMine lo prevent uusi uuu cm- At the same session Mr: Perec ttttedd- , , . . . , ,, mil.,,,. nv,
on-firc-noth. I An lom entetinn the cars tt llile in motion, Att" 8'' T ... ...-.:.:.. r... gentleman, who reigns below, w illhand over
i..rt otnnilinir hut the bare walls. I he , iinH hPP friednn one ol the Connecticut rail- 1 . to our neiirhbor Ins claws anu xau, aim ou
Military wus calFeri out and succeeded in re-! wnvH nIld is Hi, t0 be entirely successful, the improvement of certain harbors therein j d;fferenrr.
storing peace. Town now occupieu uy vv- jtTonsists nunc consiructiou oi me car. 1 me.itioneu.'- 1 ins hub o n.-gunc,
airy, it being reported that the Catholic mob . There are large openings or ventilators at j nut a very effective one; fortius bill in spite
from Manchester and other Iowiib intend to e top through which the air rushes into the 1 f ,,j cg n(.E1tion .passed both Hous
retaliate. The riot grew out of ill leelnig i cnr, 0s at that height there is very little dust.., .:..,.. ..n.f:!
o.i"eiidercd by tho Ltueeirs recent i-rowu
o . . ,. . . .:
Mr: Pierce tdtedd-,
abin. The . - ..;, n.,,,,,,. rnilmlie. nrocessions.
Traveler says that it is the largest sum of . xiire'have been five urrivuls from Aus
u.onev ever received by any author, c ithcr traiiu ckY, bringing over 00,000 oz. ol
American or European, fro .1 the arl.ml sales , . .,..,....1 ut i-o50.000. Dates to April
of a single work in bo short a period of tune. frou) ,n06t p!irls ule fUVOrable.
- - rn Tim French war steamer t, narieinnguf
fSX r received by Dr.. M Ileinrleh. in this contrary U Jvtre
city, from Two Rivers, that on he 6th inst, su irouiM . harbor ut
during tho celebration at that place, a cask j J J , 'fi wJuW sttU immv.
of nowder exploded, wounding severely some , " '
sixtrel. pentins, six of who... hail died on the j ,0 r u.o -
Thn u iiidovv sliutters do licit slide, but oDCli
like a door. They are kept partially opened
outwards, the opening being towards the
...ni- nf thn "train. Thus the current of air
rrnm u.-itluiiit nwidn hv the ninl.iot. ol the train.
and carrying the dust and cinders, is preven-
.1 r. . .....!..-...Ii:t. ;i. ......... r....
tcu iron. eill". Iliyovilliu mu ttuiciii num
u-ithiii iri nllnu-eit tu n.'iss nut. Tho conse
quence ib a steady, cool breeze out 01 vne bj.
windows, an-, me usual annoyances o. stun
. 1. 1 ..... .1
Narrow Estii'S. Dur'.og tho st..rm on
Fridav evening, a ger.ticnin naue'd Blun
hard.'whilo ridins cn (irsndin's Hill, was
t. k l-:), inii.i.. The electricity knock-
9llUl.ll .'K" p" "- -
ed his horse down.H.id striking -iir. B. on the
shoulder, ran down bis back, scorulung ins
suspenders anu eliirt, then striking.! button,
danced off and struck a dog ot :be horse's
heels, killin? him ins'ntitly. This is one of
the oddest freuks of lightuing we hare re
corded for some time. Cm. .Ve?;.
one would know '.he difference. Still Aoitati:! ThJ Democracy of
A ruMW-The 7Vo'aW.If : Richland still continue thier rebellion course
A J B.irosiTio.1 m le . holdir." me- tings and deuo.iticing the
the tiiyli will publish the cure corresprm-, Lei.,aln(,-C ani; it!l doings during the lateses
dence between General Jackson and Gener-1 sio rj.ie .,,,,.1 Herald contains pro
al Scott, we will do the same. In this way, j rcedings of two more m-etinps one held in
Mthe same session he voleS again "the justice will be done to both parties. Kfr
A Treatise on Atiricu'turcaix! Domestic An- Were passed, dcnuJiciati ry ol the mc-muei
their elementary constituent, and the func- j j" n tciou t0 R(1;ouru (,vcr to
tions performed hv their dif'Vrent part?; the j ' , uer Meetings have been held in thn.
........ .r iu.n...pa. t'.n iilivsical. n.e- ....rii.r. LMt-naliltii of that ceuntv, r.na
' ..r rr..i.,oc uii.l mnu Kitrnpf hv General
ca vi v wi-.vwi - o
111 1.11... . - .w ' J
bill to continue tile Cumberland road in the
States of Ohio, Indiana,Mii Illinois:" This
vote, too, wro of uS little conseqliehce is any
thing thatc. er happened fo Mr. Toots. The
rnrpiviid a maiorilv of votes ill both
lilh inst, the date of our in form a nt's letter.-
Railroad A ccilent. We regret to learn
that the locomotive in coming from Newark
to Zunesvill.u wus thrown from the track by
runnihg over a cow.' The trains attached
wcrc.aTso thrown off, und rolled over.break
ing tiio leg of, and otherwise bruising the
bri'akmiin, Mr. JumeB Harper. Oilier were
considerably but not dangerously injured.
Tub South'. The National Intelligencer
Bays that "with the exception of one news-
. , lnr.vt-illi. IVP bllVP
paper in icnnessec, v.t "-." ' .T .. . . .
' I . . . .,, r Tub Pr ts FaAiier:. Notice has lust
,t received a single vu-gp. V " ..-, .V.oU.o prCB9 , France that
Southern State, except Georgia, tha rt m,es , .f ,MB v,mUire 'mi,st bo attached to
to support tho nominations for 1 resident anu c nblishod article, or tho penalties will
Vico resident lately made by tho Yv lug
Militabt Power of the United States.
It appears from official records that the
ti...iir. Armir" iF the United States, at
ntuiiuiuu . . , r
numbers 10,120; commissioned 01.
Inllli'tiwl unnn the nrnnrietors. Thn Bros
sels Emancipnte.ir has been stopped at the
French post office, because it contained re
ports of tho proceedings of tho Chuncil of
State.. : j
GhandMass Convenion of the Friends
of Gen. Scott. 'It is suggested by the
present, numbers lo.uu; commissiu.ieu m-1 ()F Uf. kcott. 'it is Buggesteu uy me
fleers, 896; non-couiinissiouod officers and irovjdence Journal, that a grand Mass Meet
privates, 9,233. Tho number of buglers cm-1 0r tie friends of Gen. Scott be holden
nlovedis60. and tlie number oi musicians
l.y mi - I-..;..... nr ll.n Armv 111-0. in
d is 60. and the number oi musicians
The headquarters of tho Army are in
Washington, D. C. The number of com
missioned officers in the militia is 74,862, and
of non-commissioned officers, musicians and
privates, 2,105,524, making a total of 2,180,
486 fighting men. Truly, we are inclined
to believe that the United States are "a pow-
.i. n.k.iiivpr va Tnav hear to the
contrary. Tho number of military posts is
9,andof arsenalB 20. '
'frA magazine containing 100 kegs of
tunpowdcr exploded in Lafayette, Indiana,
en the 5th 5 instant, faasing a trcmondona
conoussion. andshattering windows dowifln
slVparUof the city;
ing of the friends of Gen. Scott be holden
i l.niilri.r Hill, on the Uth dav of Septem
ber next, the anniversary, of General Scott's
grand entry into the City of Mexico.
High Price for ToBAcco.-Thcro appears
. . .nrt nf piminptition ct I.vnchburiTi
tU UO FV. . y ;. J o-
Va., among the pnrchasers of tobacco, as to
who shall pay n.e nignesi price. ooimai
sales have lately been made thore at very
hiirh rates, and on Thursday last a hogshead
. ii . . f I n s
was sold at me exiraoruinary jinuo ui
per 100 pounds. ' v . '
Quite a number of Englishmen have
been arrested at Paris for debt, and were at
the last accounts in prison, and petitioning
Louis Napoleon for relief.
A n p-1 ra Muriiinc Chronicle announces
that, on tho night of Thursduy, 14 persons
utp.l In I'uris. and asserts tl.nt they
wcro followed up by more; but all is enve
loped in mystery. H mis since. ti...in,.....
that these conspirators were engaged i
.:.... ..I' .... iiil'iirniil iiiachiuc
euxisLi iiiriiuii ui uu i....... ---
which to kill Iiuis Napoleon. 1 he machine
. . t ' i I.. ..r Ant.i imtif
contained 14 barrois capauie ui i..i..tu.u...ri
each about 20 bullets, und their firing in a
wromr direction, it is added, would have been
utterly impossible. A note by the corres
pondent says that this statement is given in
the papers with every semblance of trutn.
!4r)l4W M "M'll.
yr liilv 15. ll. m. The
IIUHuHi.nir.nl -...j i
Cutholic Collego in this city.was burnt yca-
tcrdiiy, with the exception ui u yv t.u.. u.
east win. Loss $5,000, mostly insured.
Mostoftherurniture was destroyed, a por
tion of the Library was saved. Pro essors
and Tutors lost all. 100 students belonged
to the institution. ' '
To the O'ltclily Tt U Krupli OlDccs.
New York, July 15 You have greeted
me at the moment or my arrival in the" U
nited States. Please accept my thanks foT
the kindness you hnvo bestowed upon me
during .ny wandering to the time of my do
parture. , .
Yours, truly. Lotus KOssnTlt.
Boston, July 11th. Last evenings fire
originated in ail unoccupied stable, in the
rear Purchase street, Fort Hill, which raged
lof six hours, and consumed the Sailors
Home, the Boyiston School House, the Mari
ners Church, and thirty firemen were badly
injured in their efforts to subdue the flames.
bill rcceivsd a niajor.iy o. votes in uuw i u0i;0utiuti ol Slanures; i:ie puysicai, mv most ot tne .townsuips m i ........... ...
.. . ... . : i ii.p , -.-..i .-r cm- 1 .i... .r.r.a.'i..;iira nf nil were cf a like spirit
.," " ,. i-...i , brauches ol-tne legisuuurc, aim rttunvu c ,an cal. and ciiennca. pro.ifrtn-B ui inni.,,Ui. v."!. .
Ilicr railway truveiing aro ouv.uieu. . . . , - : , , . ...... ,...,:,. . ". " - r.i r
- ! sis-nature of Gen. Jackson. : ant the means to be employed in rcfmiuting . 0t n IfcntMDESCE Bell. 1 be J nd-
.... . ii u.r . . J j.. ... J T . .1.. 1 .. ... - . . .. . ......
n letter iro.n nir. vv eea niiten i.oiiiiou
June 18, gives un. account oi a uiuii uei uu -..in
.i . ....:. :... i.m.,1 nCM, jreer.uthe House.
tllO IIIUVIUIIO I : viiiuf, . ui. ...ii mi .,
These are the prominent points of his ca- j an(. proving worn-out Lands; together j ajeljhia papers states that this relic of tne
-.. .1 . 1 i.;im. l,r..vi imr. bpariiiir. "liiiips that irieu inrn s nnni. ....-.-
As lur as tne country is -. nlurai history, u reeding, ueurn.B,
Pcabody, the American Merchant. Of the .concerned, 11 was ccmi....j . u.anageinoni anu treut..,e..t ...
Aim Ininitroil nml ten miepts Present; a innlor-' niieni-.p." Wedo not think that these votes n,..r.stir-Animals edited by W
spired ity were Americans, and among them werpi caj vcry loudly upon the American, people Esq 'of this city,
in the I the A merican Minister and his fair Lady and n; k VteMt.ut. T, fc u the ti
j with I Daughter. Mr. Lawrenco made a sputch, . .!.,, inthpi ... 1 .1
achine j allu.Ting to the fact that the day was the j e next l.nd hi... .n the Senate. In the ouf ,al)lo ly the autiu
BlOryi Urreimii uruimgi ,-uihi-d inns. -v -
ui Ai.. . . - ,. i' ,.. n mm 1 ne in A IT. nuu -
Pcabodv, the American Merchant. Of the 'concerned, it was certainly ol no -eons. maIiageinont and treatment old.se ases, o, , - r " " pnril5ull Sn thelhllof Indo-
Fts Present, a inn or-' nnence." Wedo notthmR tnatinese otes n..mPRtif :An ma U edited uy . p. nux, i.. ,,;n n m-desti that has oeeu
1 U,pnnre.l fnr t. This bell was cast n.ncty-
nnr table bv the author, treatiu.ig of a large
Anniversary of the Battle of Bunk-r Hill, ; s'ession of 18?7-'S8, he voted itgawst a Har- varicty 0f subjects interesting and important
...... r,vi,ri.B.A.I Ilia rrrnliliniitinn nt thp fart ' I.... .... n ;.pr Kill tlm t Wns v.itod fur bv Mr. . .1 :......,.:,f nnrt fiftpr n hastv plance
uuu ..M..u... . , iui uuu. . ivv.. ....... . - .(Otllc ujrn-uiiui . .. j a
that the F.nglisl. people ceased to remember jWri,r,lt onJ Mr. nuchanan. But in this I at -u contents, we think it will provt a valu
the American ; Revolution- with J'"crs, WM of no 8ort of .lcose. . ,vork8 a,reu(!y
anu Irtl ly nillliutiii mat uiu lutiiLia n..r 1 . , . 1 ' . m. .
. . - .... . I.... I, A', .Ja ..inn .ii.cTiitl liP Y-ntPll. Ill ... 1 .1 . .1 ...l.;u- Tna Miitluir
rightin asserting their independence.- l no : queu-u. - . . puunsneo upon in - . as sue .u ... -- ,l..,.milf.r f0
Govt-nor of the llaiik of England; ard Mr., j a minority ofsij, eiouyu. a bill for the benefU, nS8 aimed l0 be practical at the same time tlie pil"g "P ' a,""'f'' y. ", ' vVo feel
11 r r f,, t.ip,.,.,i. nn.l C-eo. 1 .1., ui. .;.i ....1 11.il. . ' ..;..t..t. tr. ,t;.,ii the Hero ol a Ilun.lred nuuies.
... ' t vi , 1 . : 01 U1U aau'"a' ' e nmpartinga variety oiscieuu.. m.u...... ; ., , jn ti10 nnme of Kcntucuy, w ac-
K'slsTn MsieZ tha M Pcabodv 1 C' ' M w" "fT "Tv" to the intelligent farmer The Shailen And now look to your
. . pd ' KiklS en .hZVd ! character that even Mr. Calhoun ' and Mr.,! wwk j, pr-nea u)on good paper, with hrje , M Vermont! -,. Jo.
. .1 . i. r... 1,... i... . I......1 :.., vniiwl fnr it: in Riirb a ininoritf .- of i j- i i..;.,l hut subsLintially
uonars toa.u in mo seui.-u nn ..u. miou...... i v. i uu.... 4, - clear typ auu jhui... .
nd hisnartv. in the Arctic Seas. This I rnlKI. l.iu .-ota was of as little eonsenueuee 1 , i t, :.. t nrice which will bring
..... . . . , , .. t I UUII1IU. i.iDj...-. - i :
it within the reach of a f.
itleof a work laid upon nine vears sine-, and Iron, the pronunent
. . !. u. iii nroclainiini liberty,
par u ',,", r-;,:. to the
will alwavs ue u" -visitors
to tjic Ual1 i''-Pl0-
A CiuLi.nNoET.. KEftTfcxr.-It will be'
.Pen.bv our letter iron, St. Johnshury, tl.at, .
twli'i. sends a challenge to old Kentucky
.hp did in 1S40. to heat her it she can in
princely merchant has also given twenty
thousand dollar to promote the cause of Ed-"
dcation in Danvefs his native town.
The Lccsburrrh (Va,) Washingtonian
suggest the propriety of Joseph Gales, F.sq
' At the same session a bill was before the
Senate for the "benefit of the Mount Car
inel und New Albanv Railroad Comnanv. in
suggest the : propriety ol ' 1" i the State of Indiana "providing for agrant
senior eunoi m uic nuuiiii,i iukih6o..vv.h - - - -
writing the life of Henry Clay. Mr. Gales of alternate sectious along the road, the)
Candidate for AW.-Wc are pleased to
learn that John Sha-ffer, Esq., has consent
ed ' at tlie solicitations of many friends, to
-..ruliilnte for Auditor. Mr. Shutter is
UO K -"""
" . l...l....
wntlllff tlie n.e oi Henry viuv. am. uuno . ...,n man ol uniinns energj
has been intimately acquainted, for nearly ,COniiany coiitracUugto. 0f cxccllerrt v character, and is himself
nnn n rnniiirv. wiin liiu iiuiiviini iiic.vi i w r j.. Axiiimf fi, in tn i.ituHimrai: i -
Mr. Clay, and has enunngall that time d the-Governnient one del-
nswar... Personal and pol a.cal hend, and . ' fnr.,h irranted.-
is thoroughly versco ... tue uistury ui nn 7, -
country. ; ' ' " Mr. Clay andMr. Webster vrfted for this bill.
Queen VicTOR.i Opposed' to the Maine Mr. Pierce trul to his aut.-.mprovemo...
that her majesty the Queen has disapproved , whilst in the Senate, he voted and made a
the liquor law passed by the New Brunswick-,; . -.., .he bill for' the relief of tho
LcgUlature on the Maine Pattcrn, on lhe , ) e ,aluentcd Gencral Harrison.
irround that its provisions are a violation of luow " U,D . , ... ...
tbelibortv of thesubiect. But here, too, tne voie 01 r. 1
. . . .
try, ui iaui .1. ii.y
.,.iiri...l in every respect to fill. the office
We know" of no one, whom we could more
. ci-.j...t r ih. nprnncratii writers
hare undertaken to lurnieh brographies ol
Gen. Pierce, but they are utierry uh.k w
. j . :.l. Isn't it .trancrA that a maUi
nnu niuMuiu.o- . - - o ( -who
hasn't material enough iu him for a bi
ography, should be aupposen w ovo i...vo
rial enough" for a Ptesident!-JV. Jrnal.
An IirKEssioN.-A gentleman, of Day.
ton, desiring to impress "upon the m.nd of his
son the danger of playing about the canal
on Sundav afternoon, tossed h.m in near - tha
. . .... ,. i,ri,l..P. The little, fellow.
Jcnersuu mm ....;(-- . -
bobbed up and down lorainmuu. v-r
he was taken out, badly friEhtencd and con-.
Vb-It sinT thTt the feud between the.
Union Democrats of Georgia and Mississippi .
is still raging, and:tl.at the State
of those States are mute , as much bent to.
crush CobB and Foote as to elect Pierce and .
King, if not a uuie more - ,
. A young couple who eame to see th,f
n ... ,,' tWi. tn left. heir .
fireworks .1 ' v" i.. aid
baby asleep, on u.e (jru, - -
ll lv., nT.iire at a late hour. The net morn, -
in early the mother apared and claimed
ker child. . f