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:,.pV;!g:R LANCASTER, OU
Col. Bebtob on 'thb. Public Expehdi-! : Ii;intinV op .tub Exi-nxioiii Wc Imve
tubes.- A J ressing". Iii "constituents a few ',,.' y conversation with ever! person i -
dtty agoVCol. nentoriidverteJlothecx. ,w un ftf.BWMW feuc lha .
. 1 1 ill a a-iF (ha vn nmnn nil a list rrua Jna.
rrMay Kvculnif, Kor 10, It?.,
Banks. The Washington correspondent
RkiSLLT or THE pBt.SIOEITIAL
WHOLE NO. I11S
1 ' 1-. ".' . .i .. i 'Hoi we explosion, and wnogivstlio flea- of the Courier and Ennuiror contain an ah.' ' 7 'ii-wwiw " mc reao many -gooo ones" or the i-?enni r..nip....o ul OtrLiratea front 1'ome-
peiiouurooMiwt..trai uoternnieni criptioi. ofthuiraenaalioiu at the firat no. n( ,,, '., .,' , , f .. ! Btatea, KfOturky end Taarwe to.vocaat r.', ortfie Wert, but thoMlowioff Athena. Nekwnville, t-na, Lanetater,
fit eubjoct for ; reform; but at the auine time ment tlioy werer ons. loua of the accident. ,. ? . Bn,'u, ,lV " " , ll.eir vote for Gep. 8r.H, aM Nr h C-ro- l'"J;"i-t-.1 a little s I., ad of anrlliuig we l-ithnpoli. and oiher poinU alrnif the Hock.
6 reT)ukl ;tlie bitter partiaaua wio com- One Benlleiuri waa aitting readiii" about t l,on ,or 11,0 Utt"k l l,,e U.. Hlatea. aa coin- j . . ; . """ -' H A,it " r,,tc' y 'n vft-y. a. ii.bled at the Court House la
pUfnofiU increaoo as an abuse reaultiu'v I n', " f gfUomei- cabin. an the Miuoitaieg w ongreaa oy the hifary of , ,p . 7. ,Z. ' 'u,':ren'' P"t . W '''"""f rhurailuj, Nov. 18, i332,an4
from. VVhifrrulo." Thb Col. a aiJ: ' ' ' , c, auuw.tu ,e nau ..i U.mB,M lie waa tno Treasury, at the clow of t!.c .eio in : ' J " V."
t . ... . .,.1. - v , IV1UV 111 Lilt lUUIL'al' tTIIIlin. MA H It fl filaMfal aV . I r . ? . i a ' ...., tviHT OHICI not TDl lirifO f'I K UHl rifftfU'fl-
, . . ! Alalia Bireai-Bouin auia. . . .if' . . - v : . T " . t r i luifiisi .am. r ruin n iitiiin pvnii.tf intr iha .
' r. . . - : - : --ri .n - --r.e.,jue uo niHiice. rarlV w fir are Uirow i mi h i iimn ..nnrJj d,. t
'fTfcnMS $175 per annum in advance ' !lhe bUme ofthoae sixty mi i lions on the pre- hurricane roof to a coiuMfruble liviht. anil 9frr9ot mkin rrturn- ntfirest Jnn
n irnij numiniKirauon. inexorauie nis then tell turouuh the wreiik into the iud ea vury,i toai, it appear . Dial there were
Hun 737.1. Banks,, and 128 brunches,
leaking 8G5 Baiikiag iaatitutiona, of which
..(rVBU8Hn EVBV. THUSaAV , KOBHlBCo)
CtflGrWEVtR,i""EDTOR' AND PROPRIETOR'
t Jil; Johall. WrlKht, Printer,
vyICETallm.dga .BuMUimii-r-Tliird fr
Thursday Evt-nlnjr, ; Wov. 1, 1S "l have to qualify that reproach, and depurinicnt, a dialaiice pf eixty or eighty
i n - to tell that Deinncrutie majorilien were in feet from where lie. waa aitting' Ho Bwis-
Ohio LEOraLaTUBE. We notice that on yes- own nouses ot Congreaa when that appul- ted the tadiua affthe wreck, but wa.v ncarce.
terday morning, the Sergeanl-at-Arma of the ,lne , J,uni w"" votcUl . And Jurtaeri that it y conscious of what he waa. doing, and
.: i,.'. J..f.i..,l .ft..h..... ,. J. Jve been seventy inatea4of sixty sensible to tbo eflect of aoma seaHls and
r; " ..... " niilliongif the'toiw' IIoiiHe(sit is culled, vere bruaes until after, the exciti
returns were received at the Treasury Da
I uunurru nmjoriiy. i exas unu i. jil.,rina, the inmi. , . w ornanir-.-d bv call.TiL' to the chair Dr.
Hie coloi...1-aj,ee)lmcfrorn (i.ii'mc F.IU, .r Irhop..;;-, and appointing W. C.
ed Ui Pierre and Kin.'. "This ill make the , , ' s oumy, New York, in 1332, 1 Koherlir,- rn .retary. Tie objecW of
votelntbu EiecioWl fcoatand fort. , nth Ul iThU: ! f-ogh -;-.Ur, h.ela. bee. atated andeon.id-
. t ... , - . , , n;r" ver.um in hi, own et:mntioo, ho. cr'-d by Mr. Urazee and others, on motion a
two fwr Scotland Graham, and two hundred l considored "some pmikins" by tl1 fod coiniuitteeconHUtingof Meaara. Braiee.Mar
and fifly.futir ft Pierce and King giving Pp or P.; here ff jirst wont t. r.ije. i""ii and Kha-fier, a appointed to exaw
the latter a iin.i.rhy of to' hundred and T'' "f"'"" y-or of 1 ii residence at P.,(u,i, inethe rhnrter authorizing the construction
. ....... ,j ,.c ., . .ctit-u m mc uiuce a iv in Kuan irmn Cniuinuua to the Ohio
.... . ... , . I a.. , .ii .ian iu ii, i
partmrnt. Froin. the abstract aboverefer- i. j ' " .. . - . . , . ' ." ofCon-fahlf, ai.doiie of his flrt duties in . ttivcr via the Iluckina Valley and directed
form a quorurm This; is bad business for had sanctioiicd oil the appropriation voted 0ver,
the third dav of the aession. Rpvaml lilll. in the 'itnner.' " " A.
the third day of the session. Several bills In the 'upper.
were reaa a nrsi ana sccunu lime, rne rai- rn. . ' to , . mi , n
, . , The Pbosj-ective Cabinet. The follow
jiti, bill wm Jiscussed at some length. ,Tf.e ; ii(it of urubal)lo Cabinet Officer ude?
Legislature appear determined to restore the Gen pieco u a(lout tU;.
Old er,itAJk Uma; Wonder if the won- :'t,'.,, n,.i... .e ri ...... ii :i o'.l'-
..ill!., k'uiiuuaifj ul . 4 y II upjf i V Ulna,.. fc?Ub
ftvr. the excitement . waa r"d to, it appears that there waa an increase
Another geutlemaji, who was asleep in
of Banking Capital in 1651 over the prered-
a i .. ... r i. . .
berth immediately over the boilers; says Z 1 . " " . - ? " e"l
that he had sensations similar t what . ne numoer ot WanKa ami Uranchea mcreas-
oult, in detail:
person tnight imagine he would have, by ed at about the eme rate. The expansion of 1 r.nttal
mums over u roarnijr caiaraci 01 aeverni uani: cfetiiin was over 4rl,t0uVH)0, or- 13.2 I Rhodn Iiiuiid
flftrfuf success of militia General hag any
thing to'do wjtli this.- The Seuate,volej
down the resolution calling .upon the mem
bers of the executive - departments for the
condition, of affaire'.-' All' tho ' Loco foe os
voted, against the, resolution.. '.!','
In the Housel notliing of any general inv-
portaqce waa transacted. - We notice that ,
the bill to create a sinking fund for the pay:
rneht of the public debt of Ohio was re'od the j
second timein tbefcate, and uppropriatety
referred.. In former? ears, there was some
thing of the kind, if we remember rightly;
andthfe way it was 'sunk" was a 'cantion"
to the tax-payers, .They haye now'. forgot
ten it.Wwever,, ;".'.' , '.:,i:,.;v
k Satab REBtKlRO Sis. At the Locofoco
demonstration in Washington city, Col. For
ney is reported to have congrutulutcd,: his
hearers ''that the enmpuigu had been alaiti
d by lid fraud, blackened by no falsehood,
and dishonored.by no sjander." The beau
ty of thin is,. that the Point yl van ian it one of
the paper tiiat called Geu. Scou a coward,
and "Col. jorney is' oditor of th'ut 'paper.-i
P.obably'nOj. paper, in tlie "UiiiOn, our .'city
contemporaries not excepted, has exceeded
fhaiin perpetrating frauds, propagating false
lioods er rctaintig slanders, and here, imnie
idiately , after the "election," the. miserable
Unilerof would, in a single remark, remove
.the stain front hi character;-. ,, u ir.
-,-IJlCHIGAB ,,C0NG.BESBU)KAL ELIiCTIOS
The democrats ef (his State Imvo elected
the entire delegation to Congre.'"VuI- Irt
.(lietrlct, David1 Stuart"; 2d David 'A'. 'NotiTo;
d,'Sair.uel Clark;'4tli, Cjeiv. Hestoc S.lSte.
yens. .:Tui i a Democratic, gain ofjihree
member; but it must be remembered that the
Whigs gained in that Stat1, In a Torvner cloc
fiiiiion account, jf 'divisions. 'vmyg tliclr
k-AAii.BtiA.ri MEeViiso.We rliitiee Ut-Jny.
u iniiirtii't ol nersoni frWtVe towns'ulong
tld '.route,, tn "( attendance at life, railroad
tneetingi,'- Remarkit,werj made by Mers
llraaeei Boswofth and Puller, and the meet
ing t'iok a recess until this evening, in order
tRat definite informutiuu 'niight' be given in
regard t tie cliaru-r. . Tim meeting , ihia
evenings will be highly important and Inter
; Mb. Ws3eb,axu Mb.. Adams It ap
pears from a statement in the New York Tri-'
bune'i made by Peter Briggs, Esq.; of Tren
ton,' that, Mr. . Webster had .determined, to
leave President Tyler's cabinet on tho resig
nation of the other members, bit ut theearo
est solicitation of John Quincy Adams he
consented to remaiii'iii it until after' th ne
gotiation, of the Ashburton treaty. '.".',
? Political .Changes. We learn (Vdth the
Alexandria Gazette that Romulus M. Saunders,-
a prominent Democrat of. the North
Carolina Legislature, and formerly a mem
ber of Congress, Minister to Spain, fee., has
co roe out in tavor. of the distribution of the
public lands among the States, and was high,
ly applauded in the body of which lie is a
member. ' : . ' ' ' ., ," "'
retury of State.1'
John A. Dix,of New York," Secretary' of
the "rreaf,llry- . , .,
'f)uvid Tod, of Ohio, Secretary of the In
terior. t: I' :-. ,.!
Robert F..Stac;k.ton, of New Jersey, Sec.
. . t t
reiarytui.iuo oavy, .. . , , ,( . ..... .-f ,
hundred feet, and although but a moment
or two in "mid air," the Incidents of a Tile
passed through his mind.. He rpcovpred
his cnnseioiisnPHs ufter fulling into -tlx' wa
ter, nbont a rod or two frotn : shor Where
the- latter rpntlmnn was reposing, every
thing aroHiid was blown entirely uway; uud
scHitered into thoiisamls uf fragments
Samuel Houston, of Texas. S;rel ai'v f T The scene about the wrfck is described
' ' t - ? "-1 ' as heinr the uioHl'hnrriMH thnf v.ani hp im.
per .cput.-. The unuMiiit of flocks held by
'the "bank aogruntd 13. ti percent, .; The
value oT real estate diminished. -. The
specie in all the Dunks wait, in round uuin
hers, js52,OJ0,60O, and. the Increase within
the . year was li,53'i,O0U, or about 1C per
cent. The most considerable advance took
place In tne items of circulation and de os
Virginia . t
of Kentuckvi'1 Porttinastr-iF "ir'iied. Hodtes, limbs ami iiihrr p6rtiins its. The circulation increased 822,002 000, ! Ohio
ol the hurnnn frame, bo (liBtrnin d uh tu irre- Li.. , '. - t...i:-.:
... ,. ., j i.... ii ..e .i . ' . aouui i per ct'iii. 1110 oeposus eau.uuu,- niuiaiia ....
Henry A. vvise, or Virgi.la, Attorney. enunuauon, er- searTereo aro. ne r These figures' thouM. in Hois
General " f. . i ' in all directions, and puces -of llie boiler 10 Pr ceri. i nese ngures mougli in.
, , . ... . , . :.,...., 1 ' and fragments f ihe wreek were thrown g ating a general extension of banking bu :':'
'Twont do, gentlemen. Col. Tfflcdill U to ,bout half a mile distant. Many fratrments s-ness.- do not show" a state of things calrula- ; Miclihian
have a place in that Cabinet, or we'll raise a wore found on the top of the river hilla- ted to excite any uneasiness in the minds of i Kentucky
rU88. - - '-' .jbout 300 feet Hb(..-thi-fBnal .A gptitle- prulll.nt n,en. ' ' Missouri. !
- - -; In.an passing over-the hill,' a few minutes pru,RIU - - ! Alabama
bom Obeoon. The advices from Ore. afterthp oecideiil nw a rnhhit tht hl l.i-f.n , ' . . - j rtiaoana
X . ,v r. V, . i m, ;a,icr ineacaat nT,sawrahDit thi.1 had been . Jsui.in Mi bdeb. The MtnntMdtan M- Lou siana
gon are to the fith .October.. The Oregon killed by a brick but from the furiiace rriMnd , -,. . . ... . Tpn .
Spectator furnishes the following informa- the boilers, in confirmation of which he stfld ??'U ,nd," ,n ,at W"J:
relative U, the overland immigration: , ';Mck was y,,t warm. , ? edncsday Oct 27,. party of . "J
,.,r . . , ,, -, . -. . Rumors about the cau.se of the ex plosion emigrants, consisting ol Mr. H. H. Spencer 1 tvBii
mnu weT, V '. Mr,Ke;eV.,,d.,.,,d ,wo G.ern.n. were' ! JaHuia
., , ' . ii ! i .. Fiiuiiiour. on uuiy us oeiiii; noi oiiJv cuinanie
tuDanv of tliRin arn u'hn v nr npnr u ilorfiilntu I " ' . " v on
-any of them are wholly or nearly destitute j fmn. -'he Minnesota river for the
of provisions. The late rains huve doubt- Lui..iw.., ti.T. ,.....i. ,.c ;ir..i .,.i ..... purpose ol making them a home, and when
less .hcrearod their difficulties and their cjUU8 (lesion to blow up the boilers. He about 5 miles above Holmes' Landing, 'tbev
tLrLttZ- ft oiUie'r 'holding down the were met by a party of Indiana, abouftwen-
sutety valve, or had put weight an: fey that ,y i number, who demanded something.they
nnriliiKp. u miliiitii nr tvir.i Iw.r.ira it itri'ii. . J
red . ,.,',.. . -,
' ' 4 ."
- 15 ..
10 . 7 -10
. r . his official capacity was to levy, by virtue to make report to an adjourned session of
Scott, of an ux 'cuti.ni, on tho goods and chattels , this meeting, to be held ato o'clock this
. w "uiiwy neiL'nuor. ; c .iiny.
t- ' It was a new business to B. He had nev- j ' o'cLot i, P. M. Mr. Robert being ab
6 jer before seen a w rit of execution, and his Pit,oB motion P. B. Kwing was appointed
13 j ideas of the process of levying upon any- Secretary in his stead.
: thing were quite original. It was a fine, j The cuminittee appointed at the former
warm morning in My, when the writ wax ' meeting made report on the state of Legis-r1-,
put into his lnnd, with a rpqueit that it lution lourhing the charter of "the Franklin
shiuid be. iinni.diatily ratti nltd to. . B. n.M)hi River R R. Co ."coneludingwith
' fooled itsniuetliing over a m'l, tn t!, re.-i- , the opinion that the present exiatance of the
Idenre of the delinquri,t. The begfniiiiijr ; charter depends ypon the fact of an organi
ti ak My enough.' j nation of the company within the three years
j - He levied upon the -woi'Hi. the aled, tlu; i limited the original Act; and of which
. harness and even the .huntes ia the barn, fact the committee are not iul'orincd with
wilhont difficulty, they all remained station- ctruinty.
-r- ary; even the old l.riudle cow in the spa-! . Whereupon the fullowingresolutiofts wero
ciou barn-yard walked dp a few steps, and sujinit'ed and considered by the meeting
: then allowed him to place his hands upon 'and adopted:
her. But old brindie had a uprightly calf &.ot. That It is the sense of this meet-
of about three nioiiihs, u Inch seemed to that it U desirable and practicable to
have no idea of .making familiar upou bo " construct a Rail Raad from Columbus, via
short an acquaintance. ' j the Hocking Valley, to the Ohio River at
IS. looked despondlMgly tit the car a it or near the town of Pomeroy.
bounded, tail in th" air, to the further siihi I RfttiM, That this meeting appoint a
of the yard.. His very blandest 'bnv, 'committee of fire, whose duty it shall be
boy, boiFy," as he -xt ndvd his rielit hand tl opi u up a correspondence with the Direa-
iillnees fcefore reaching the valley, while oth
ers got into it but to find a' final resting
place. : Relief parties huve been Bell tout
from severul points iii the Territory but the
provisions thus far dispatched are inade
quate to meet the necessities,' and further,
aid inMst Le had. ' " ' "
Governor Gaines has miidV a .requisition
upon tlia .commutidinent ut Vuncoiiyer. for
Giatvnnient stores, .ond means of immediate
tra4w.porCion to relieve the immigrunt. m i-
. RitLBOAM is Ru jsi A.-Tlio . jtr.esti.rail:
road, which sva .built., by .Amerie.nu engj.
pears ibcitwecii St.. .Petersburg and .ilosoo'w
'U 4UU niilofi Juiij,', um) a cloylile tr.ick the
whole 'eugth. ft is substanlially built, uud
the. trains njm at the .rate of 30 miles per
hour,. For regularity nod epeed it. perhaps
Iius no equal w our .cjiintry.. Ad in all mo
Tne bout was new, ami owned by Cupt.
Uahi. and H. Stull; had new boilers, and
every thing complete. She had beeu run
ning only a few mouths, and coot about
14,000. Zanes. Cour, . .,v, , '. V..
NatIonal 'Monl'mebt to" Henb'y CiIat.
could not understand what. Afters fruit
less clibrtto find out wliut they wanted, the
party started up their teams, when' bne or
the Indians fired at Mrs.' Keener, killing her
instantly. The ball passed through the
neck of Mrs.' K." and struck one of the Ger-
named Suhrocder, in the cheek and
The Votb kiii Pbesioext since .1823.
Tlie Electoral votes, in the United Suite lor
President, in 1B2$, stood u follow; .
! J J
f iiticniL'lv. was re'rnrii-.l it!i fchsntrinu
' 12 the misr'hievoii' .ivinpt B." re-read lh
; wtit; lu could put but one eiMisfrurli'in on
its meaning, ft was a rnmrnand t.i ft-vyup-
on alt the goo'Is.'chatteN. &c, and it most
: be obeyed. Redden, he would not t'i-k the
" clnrnces of being lantrhed tit by oth:-r offi-
42cers,and mayhap luring custom for being
; uuaoio to Jvvy a.oii a call; to give it . up
was nrt to be thought of. For wnue time the
tors of the Franklin and Washington Rail
road fu., (if in being) and to procure aaid
Director to open books for an increase of
tuck subscriptions to said company ap
pinlin agents and supplying Stock books
for nil the chief points along the contemplat
ed line of Itond.
R-ii, That "In the contingency that
abt chnrti-t hs been forfeited for non-user,
then that said committee be instructed to
-A Circulnr.from Washington November j d out tnr0li h the tinV,f the noBe.niak-
number'of gentlemen, at the Federol Cupi- inga' very bad flesh wound. ' The Indians
Jul, of: .eroding, a . National Moniiiiieut to ; then fled. Oil receipt of the news at the
HkNiiy Clay. An association for the pur- fort, tho Commandant despatched a file; of
pu". having its offi. ial eeutat Washington, ; ti,irty roc to bri,, th0 murdertr in. . .
is to be organized, and tlie neccessitry lpns .. r, ., . , ., T i
take., at. once to curry ii.o matter into effect, i A fa-Council, with the. Indians aday or
Wo doubt not,..a pkin . may. bo devised, for 'ler 1,111 Governor refused to pay.tl.ein
coiiiph tiiig,.,tt nmteriul inonumeiit to the a dollar, of the money due under the recent j
A -.1- 1 . I
.sinurrw Juipuu ', ...
- Johq' Quincy Adams ,R.
Jackson's majority -In
1832 with this teult: '' t
- Andrew Jackson ' - 1
-Henry Clay" ' v '' - t
William Wirt : '
' John Floyd' ; ' -
Jackson's majority ' . j
In 1838 thf Vote stood: -.
Martin Van Buren' : '"
Win. H. Harrison ' 1 -Daniel
Hugh L. White
' L. VV. Tazewell v
Van Buren's majority
sarclaul couiiUies,. ihero ure c.u-s ,jf dilier- v-ouin uiiei , upuu.iuo uu-uire oi w treaty st.uulatioi.s, unless the murdurer was lu 1S40 the vote stood
nut arradiM fur 11 e:iti . .,f, iir..renl . pu.uiicni, om wneiuer any luiu. very ex-
For. the 'first class fr tl.P nrien .',( a ti.-lr. .felVC cau be done in ttlttjt line, Wltn the
l-t for tlie'400 miles m hivu Ji'11..i-.h, for Hie i"""'""1 :,,lt 10 J'l' ie ;r.-muiningjiulf
second clasj it is ten, dulbirs, for the . third j n:hed, we doubt vei.y much. Until tho
-tadoliar. Tie grandees, only ride in the jcup-stulK- he placed upon .W National Mon
first class of curs, the peasants in tho. third !"""?". "n.r lr- ClaV's "ill have to re
clais, i and tp re- men-haul in the middle ,ua'" ""' tllB :jr,!i ol cA,countrvineii" a
d iss.', .MesrT. Win.ni,, of H.iiliuio're, have "lllrf',,,t I"1" whil. tlive .'( worship .him
.'contract It twelve years lo keep all the tt dl'1"1- w 1,0 ll;lV! -lPJ the climax
cars, rngiiies,4.o.,'iu,goo'd 'running order, of croiM.lile s.irrow, by electiuir oitt his
and to leave tliemll iq good coiidiliou ut fr,'l, ,,,rl "m h n" ""''vi'lual us Mr. Framc
i hai'V'iu,. '.;.'. .1 .... ; . . I Li Pierce to the Presidency. Sit.' Gat. ' '.
Opium E'at'Ibh tn tftir Yoni:'. Dr.
' tSckuJf eld.la a letter to the Daily Times, as
serts mm luvu ma oi opium are sold ny re
tail, weekly, hi jew V ork. This amounts
toi,U00 .lbs per unmiin,' and does nut ,.dm
brace the quantities that may be pnrcliased
wholesale by soine of those who daily usd it.
He states that 'Us use is fearfully on the
iuceuse in that city and it is constantly
receiving recruits from the alcoholic ranks
a u cheap means of .-producing intoxication.
Opium inebriulion is productive of the great
estevils; it is u fearful species of drunken
nets. It drowns care for a while, and Is
therefore, very, seductive , in its influence,
but it bringeth foth tears, disease a nd Heath:
It is to be regretted thai its use should be on
the increase among-us; something should at
ouce be dona to meet and arrest the evil, .r
Sales or RtAt Estate. It is said that
during the year ending the 1st of July last,
the auctioneers of New York' City have sold
$10,000,000 worth of real estate, which ex
ceed thessles' of any former year,-except
1836. " It is supposed that, about $5,000,000
worth has also bepti 'sold at, private sale,
making in all 15,000,000., , ... K : !t r .
i''jEBTiW or;Cofi6EBs'. Tho next session
of Congress commences ou the first Monday
of next month, (December 6,) and will con.
tinue In session until the 4th of March.when
Gen. Pierce will be inaugurated as Prdsi
dont, and the terms of the members elected
to the thirty-third Congress commence.
!; A 9ooiotjvb at WaEELlao,Tho loco
motive George Washington was placed on
the track of the Baltimore k Ohio railroad, at
"Wheeling, on 'Wednesday, and steam raised;
to, gratify the curiosity of those iwno . never
ielpro; witnessed ,jtho pranks of the .iron
Jiorse." i ""'''
-,i -, ! ii . ,.--ei ,
O-Hon. Jefferson Davis still continues
ill at his residence in Mississippi n He uf
Cers from thfe effects of an attack of conges
iye Tover,'' It Is said that he has neArly lost
tka .sense of sight., , ,i ..t ,; ; Mr
f.'Tni LaBCest TubbEl in the; world'
nungary.'tt extends from . the shotQ of the
tiyer Gran near Zarnowita, to the , SoheotT
niuer Hill mines, and is ten English milea
In lentk''."'","J '"':,''"; ,Tt,i B"' ,'i!" -:"
i fjirlt is estimated that;$ 111,000,000 ' will
be expended in the construction of railroads
in the State of New York this year
,ThbElectio$ i. Georgia, In 82 copn
ties heard from, officially the. tegular Pierce
ticket , has received 3.0,046. votes, the Scott
ticket !(4,6a.l,tru Webster ticket. 4,313, tb?
Union ,,Pierce and Jfing ticket,' 0,210,tUi9
Troupe and' Quitmaq.Jioket,, 150, nd CO
votes castatcattering.,. In these counties the
yote polled ia 30472 less than In the same
Qountie last year,and the Democratic tick-,
ct is 4,597 less that JloDonald's vote n
A Mobtii Ljteji i bom Utah Tebmtobt;
-The Suit Lake mail reached Independence,
Missouri, on the Jst inst, bringing but little
newsof interest. The Pnwnce Indians are;
becoming troublesome.. ..They have recently
robbed a small party ol emigrants to Luu.
iExtebsive Scbatp.hiko. In the town of
Gloucester, Alas., Charles G. Greene and
delivered up. A party tlien.starteduut and
brought him in. They were Sioux.
i.Tiib Si'oiL. The way the Loco Tocos are
now contending For the seven principles of
the party , tho first lot inioribul on their ban
ner . since the campaign commenced, is a
musiiig and interesting. . ' The fivo louves
and two fishes" have a charm -foe them,
which an outsider cannot appreciate., ;
, Sebatob Covey. .We regret to learn
that this gentleman died, on tho 17lh 'inst,
Heny. F. Hallet on the- regular Democratic ! 0y the cflecls of wounds received by the ex
i:i..r... pi........ ti - :..j i ' '
ticket fur Electors on Tueseuy last, received
but la votes, while the other names on the
same ticket reoeived417 Votes. In' Bever
ly;thcy received only 25 out of -224 votes
cast. - This was done by the friends of the
late Mr. Rantoul, who feel aggrieved at the
above- gentlemen for .their course towards
him at the Baltimore Convention. . -'
. ,'A .MilsTThief! The Chelsea, Muss.,Tei.
egrnph states that a gentleman resiidrng in
that vicinity has been of lute sadly - puzzled
at the unaccountable fuilure of an excellent
cow of his, to give her usual quantity of
milk. But one morning lasL week, on go
plosion on the Buckeye JJelJo. . As a mem
ber of lhe Seuutc, ho was highly respected.
Good News. We received to-day, a copy
of the Minnesutian, published at St. Paul
and duted'Oct. 30, from which we learn that
Gem Ssottwas undoubtedly to be elected on
the 2d of November. . . , . .
Just as we Expected. The Locofoco pa
per now teem with articles' in praise of
Daniel Webster. Whilst he was living and
! there was a probability that he might be
"" V" . KV . i,. i..; r
ing to the yard where the.cow .was kept, ,he a " J ; "''
found his dorr fa two voor old terrierl busily ! PBPtr8 ,.,. '
pnirncreil in pxtractiiiir from the reudilv vield-1 t,,e "uinn spec.es-as being morally and
- o ts I
ing cow, tho milk that belonged to hi mas
ter. ....... -,. i
politically corrupt an enemy -to his country
one unworthy to be trusted in any capaci
ty. Are the editors of these papers aware
METnopiST Missions. The joint'meeting . that they now, by . their praise' of one
of the General Missionnry Committee of the I they defamed so while living, confess them
Methoilist Enisconal Church and of the I selves to have been base calumniators! Do
fornia. Capt. ICerchival had the Indians in Board of Munagers of the Society, was held they know their conduct is loathed and des
churgp, Mr. Tasson- lutely lost" thirteen jn New York on the 9th instant, and the piaed by every honest man acqu dnted with
horses stolon by the same band. The SioUX followins appropriation were made for the I them! , All know that they were either cal-
andCheyennesare now at war with thePuw 'support of their missions for the year 1852-3. 'umniators when they traduced the character
nees whenever tney nnu tnem. a party t Foreign missions, 50,000; domestic miss
Boventy: Mormons were overtaken ; ot Fort ions, 141,300; new missions; 15,000; special
Kenrny. Bomo of them are coming to Ide- appropriations; 3,700 total, 210,000. '
uendence. and some to St. Joseph. - Theyu, .. .-. (.;" i.. '
are on a missionnry tour." ' ; I - Gkbbitt Smith, according to
Coloneiiried with .the iiiinoht 'tiunltrr in 1 consider the propriety of organizing- a com-
motfo to induce young brinilfe to stand still, 1 pany, fur the purpose aforesaid, under the
"jost limgen u'zU (to use t.i own W.rrJ) for Genernl Law of last winter; and that
ins. to lay tiii iult papeton your back, and they have power to call any further meet-
IwUt hurt you, you young scamp." . it , inps on thesutiject. ' ;
was no go; "bossy ' u as not to be fuuied by . . . Rnolvd, That raid committee have full
' the intruder's douceur.' B. concluded to ' power to take any other action calculated,in
igivptrhase. ' : " ' ; their opinion, to advance the object of tbia
j For nearly half an hour hp worried bio. meeting a embodied in the foregoing reso
iselr in vain attempt to lay hold (if "bossy's lutioos.
hiuduiowt extremity." The awoat ooced The following named gentleman were ap-
frum every pure. . He threw orl' hit coat and pointed the committee provided for by the
tacked his pants into the top of bin boot and ' above resolutions, to wit: Thomas Ewing,
with the writ in his hand, renewed biscbane , Jhn D. Martin, John T. Bra zee, W. Den
ia the most determined manner. ' Away ! uistui, Jr. and Leonidos Jewctt. - 1
went Ihecalf, and twoy fulhrwed the (Jolo- , - It was further tc-Jolved -that the Publish
nel now takintr lhe most direct ruulr," era of tlie several newspapers at Columbus:
round the straw stark; now perforinmif as ' other places along the contemplated line of
tnnishing feats of agility across the four-tout I n-a! be requested to publish the proceedings
flitch that drained th yard; over tho old ol this meetitH'.
sled or-"jrtideman' stool;" one biidi1-! al
most . within -respb of his victim, the next
nearly the distance of the yard apart. . Ii
was a lucky moment for B. f-when
youn brindie halted opposite the stack,
while he recovered hir, understanding from a
Whereupon the tneeMn? adjourned. '-. ;
r. . DR. ELES, Chair,
. P. B.Ewixg, Sc.
- What they uo at. the Tor or the Easts.
', Thirteen thousand seven hundred and
. twenty feet above the level of the sea! At
Wm. II-Harrison ' ' ,
Martin Va. i Buren. ' '
' Harrinun's majority '
In IS44 the result wjs as follows:
' Junes K.'PuIk '
' Henry Clay . ' , "'
'' Polk's niaj irity '' '
In 184S'the vi.te stood:'' "'
Zatbary Taylor ' ' ' ' '
Lew is Cass)
Tnv tor's majority -
In 1852 the vote will probably stand:
Franklin Pierco ' ' - J1
Winfleld Scott " "L: '
' '". Pierce's majority ' ' '
Newfoubdi.akd Teleobath. By a com
munication which appears in the New York
Journal of Commerce, we are informed that
this scheme for shortening the time consum
ed in communicating between ' Europe and
the United States is undergoing a vigorous
prosecution. T effect the purpose in view
a line or eieci-o-maenetic teieerapn is in -. . .. ... . . , .r , . . , l crvine,'
course of construction from Cape Race, mems inerein. miming ms i.-n """" ; Theie utcn carrv bks, -from wi.i.-h. th"v
Newfoundland, across the island, via the gradually lon the j-TMp etremity of the r for e.ch cw'tono-r, a tick.-t, price one
ciiyofSt. John, to Cape .Ray, whence a jemfied brnte,- wiMch ran as .calf never ran,,,,. j him o.-her a chance in f:. .
submarine tine of 140 miles across the Gulf bfjr.-Wy cuilected all hi energMwnd , wgt fott rhe pfi,,9 .j, ,.,
or St. Lawrence to Prince Edward's Island, ' nkj Jf sperate bound, brought his right , foehov,tJ d..ilr,. -with iiitermo-
at Cape East. From tho latter it traverses hand- containing the- troublesome -writ, slap ; dUwo,wt ofsmai.w amolJJ,u behevo that
i UpWII VIIV lltlllUILOIIlHi) nun 4IIV j'M- j
I . . . I . J ! .t .I'a I
miscaicuiniea leap ,na. riineo in me aiicu. . tlpn-niiicu1.L?-f,tion of nDWards of two
lie walked slowly, taking . circuit that . hl e arj ar ,now Une of
brooght hi.n and the unmllmv' victim at "P; ni)eg, .tlllllj8 the topmost city of. the
poditeitiiies of the stack: CJiutiuusIv h crept , m,u a xan ii i- u i nf
towards the animal' rear, and sue- , mtMl, Ji,, j,rT, ,- p-r L tt,m
ceeded in just touching hisfamily pride,(the ()f M foim(J docU of
reader wili excuse us.) wbtn away hebcnd- flw p4!e ,! U in high favor
cuv"" r"y ' "s "".'"cu UU.OUW. , x Knii knjeg Bnd furksl ca tbe 8tlimp
with the energy of dispair. - ' ' of Sheffield cullers. I remember being pleas
He at lengtn -at dow n on the sl,-d4orct, : anl iurpri(wd in a .hepl.c'rd's hot on tbe
and msster brindie came to a stand at the cor- ,,uI ,M0 j me Mm boiL.
ncr of U.e barn, with his haunches slight y ci on , pi,, ornarnented with a picture
protruding. Again , B -crept noiselessly , jf j Anderson my jue ,nd Htgude wife,
aloni the barn, holding hi breath lest the i ... , J ,,, it.
nnwary calf should take the- hint. When . . .. delf 'hled atlhe o.easure I
within . prop. -r distance, be made a sure, as- i jn the 4nd wa8SoIi(.itau8 have
ful spring, and caught its unprotected " the lines translated. The taste for gamb
tromity ! "Ah!" said tlie- r.l..nel,t1ie way (j 0 elraleB, throughout South America,
the young camp traveled about the yrd . 0SB , dtve, 0 j at Ceno de paa.
with me at the end of Ins tail, wai a warn- j co ,,ublic lolt(,rie3 nre dr!,n every week,
mg to green eonstibles.'V Roun and anJ nmellmeg everr d -y irrThe veek. -The
round, the yard they went, XW.part,,,,, eontinuLlly intestid by fellows
. r"- . icrv nir.- -A thousanrl dUars to-morrow.
of the living, or are hypocrites now when
they profess sorrow and respect for the dead.
Let all such cease their hypocritical cunt as
thitir hut iiftil insult tn iniurv. As Mr. Web
ster lived throujrh their slanders and in the
the island, coins through the principal
towns of the district, until it reaches North
umberland Struiu, where another submarine
line often miles will be'made, extmdingto
Cape Tormen, in New Brunswick. From
that point it goes to the boundary of the Uni
ted States, and so on to .New York, by an
independent line; " The total length will be
from 1400 to 1500 miles. . A 'company has
been chartered by 'the BritishColbniai Gn'v
ernmpnt, under the title of the "Newfound
land Electric Telegraph Company, and the
capital has been obtained in the United
States and England.
'ithe strictest impartiality and Wmie- ( hnr-
"There, you devil, imp! you're ietictl ou,
at Inst!" - . -
"This," said the Colonel, (who is now an
M.C..)was one of lify first attempts to j ' , a cards which aro
tacterise the drawing. ' All ti.eso loiteik-j
are under Government control. Th? bill
iard and montero tables are in constant re
quest; domiooei is a ftvorito gai.ie in too
serve the State, and ! I tell you sir, Jhn ..p-j'in their resiill, and depend wholly npon
Gilpin's celebrated ndO was boy s sport in ccei haTe irresistablo attractions for all
comparison. crassts. The shaven priest, decorated with
: IncBEASta.. Average Dubatiob of Life. Jcross ei"! rosary, may be frequently seen
professor Be hanan, in aninterestin lec-: playing wttn i'.a rs;gd Indian, and instan
ture heli.re tl.Methsnic' Institute of Ciu- j ces are told o( the wealthy ...Laeproprietor
ei no a ti. uiukos -Ihe following observations Using in a night, every dollar he poss03ti,
The intention ot .the upon the average duration of life, the effect I to omof his own rugged men. Ahe cockpit
.. . .. i .- . - . .. . . , mi
... . . - -a :-' ' ponueni ot me wasinngion tiepuuuc, i "ul ; fce of them won a world-wide reputolion, j managers is to have the work coinpleteu nnu jn, part or improved uicdfcai science. Me : is a tnvonie amusement, me comoaiania
Emigration to the, WtsTe-rWe are in-! s0 poor ashe is supposed to bo. Ilisbenev- h neods 1)t their praises now that he is ready for use early in the ensuing suminer. ; says, that io thelatter partof the aixteenth are armed wilh oue ppur only ; this is aflat,
lunucu uy,. ur uui TiiVim w. . wu, i m- . oicnce, bo mr iroin Having sinppuu nnu " de(l( t0 insure immortality to his name, and wrouunt iron enumeiea posts win dp usea lor : century one-halt ot all mat were Oorn.died l rurvea, two-enjeu uiauc.rery .eeu uu une
erly or Champaign county, und now from his possessions, is Btatrd to have only rid fame. -Pmia ltrrhter. " ' ' a largo part of the Hue. Gisdorne's new j under five years of age, and the average ton- 'fy pointed.- "The first blow commonly de-
a-; him ot ms waste lands; auu ins uverrcu iiiui .' . -.s. . ,i--i i .. '.; insulator will also be employed,
he still owns 2.000,000 acres of land.. 1 1 is I
Iowa, that in his recent trp from his reai'
deuce to this places he met nearly filteen
hundred waaons "bound tor the West," prin
cipally Tor Iowa, -with here and there one
family making tliefr way. tn ward the farrofl'
region of Minnesota, California atid:.Qre
gon..' All seemed in good health, end ex
cellent -spirits, had good, teams and iarge
wagons, well-filled with tho comforts neces
sary for an emigrant,.-SfirHgSeld (O.) Re
public. .-, .i-d -T-rrf--? t-. f rr- r-
Old Wines. Extraordinary prices, were
paid jn.Iiultimore; for some rare old wines
of the stuck, of, the lata Josiah Leo, Esq,,
sold at auction by Messrs Gibson &,Cn.
Fifty. demijohns of various brands of Madei
ra 'were' 'struck off at prices ranging, from
twenty-four to forty-nine iollarh per i)allih
unit one lot oi oouies commanded iiip ce
real estate in Oswego county, N. Y., alone, ( the lieuvy mnnirities given to fierce and the materiuls and construction of the entire
is estimated to bo worth 400,000 dollars. '.. King in all the large cities at . the recent e- j jjne wi bo of the most improved kit d.. .
" "" ! --' " , " ' . . j lectio. -Tire matter is easily explained, It j. Foreign intelligence alone wilLbe convey-
' UnnEBOKOUBD RaILBOAD. It IS Stnted . i.-.,!,,. i... .i,-. mnBit ... th Pilli. ' ' I ...... ,i l, .n,liU,,..nm..ia
mnloyed. und it ts'irevii of the whole nonulation was but 8 ' cides tbe battle, and both cocks are often
fj5-Muny persons appear astonished at stated in the communication referred to .that ; years. In the. 17th century, one-half of 'he killed. Hun Ir'eds of dollars change bands
population, died, under ; twelvei .-: But i nvery minute; tbe excitement ot the Detters
in the first sixty years ol the lath century, ' is intense, and even here ou the afternoon
one half of ths population lived - over 27 iofihe Sabbath, which is especially appropri
year Ia the latter lorty year, enerholf i Med., to the ' cork i fighti the priest hands
exceed 42 years of age. At too, Oegmniog ! around th begging box. or Inys his dollar on
of the present century,, one-hull exceeded a favorite.bird. II v-viM Jjff:. "
40 -years, and from 1435 to 'J64.V one-half -' q ' piF.c is President of the Mormon
exceeded 43.. The -hrerage Jougevity-mf j Kin?j,,m f yef Wand by a unanimous
theesuceesnive periods ha been increased I -,ote"ijefore the election the rgan or tho
from 18 year in the 16th ceutury up to 43-7 j j,rpjlt.t stnuiir i'inounced that it would be
by our last reports. , i kn oii nhow the Mormons voted when their
iti The Voice of the r ugitive, published Dngtl!rs .Hre fonjrregated; -these, -whether Pontcmpluto that a messnge may be deliver
In Windsor, Canada West, and edited by j.orgintty.-'VVhiga'or Lucolov.; all voted for ; ej at ,he company's office, in New York, for
Henry 'Bibb; that thff underground railroad j pMC0 not because they regarded-him asa :uliy pac0 jn Europe to which, the, telegraph
never did a more thriving business than at , better, or oven as good a- man a' (ienvrai extends; or in reverse order, a message may
prcsenv vvhiihi im " , Scott, but because they tirlnly
lie nau greeted no less nun inraafm f1 ; under his
be telcirraphcd at onv poiut io Europe for
i.tminittf ration: thistf ronlft eart v ...I..... ..Li.. in th. TTulla.l Stiil.a
gen from slavery, not One of whom had met 1 0(t theif Hsrirrns upon Ctihav Mexico, tc, a steam yacht will he employed by the com.
with 4ny ditticulty in mawng inoir way io -whilothcy knew-lhat if (ien. heotl we at mny to interccpL.ilie oci-ao atoamcrs on their j - These facts are derived fromth "medical 1 j,a,ll)t;S W1.re cuunted, and that their thoughts
Cunnda. 11 1 ' '....', till) he.wfnt th? nfTairs the rights of otlierna-. vovagesketween' Europe and New York, as statistics of tlenevs. ' Applied to Th'wirt-; j aanirtions v. ere too heavenly to take
. ituu tu lnucmilTir. ill Ilia tormill mil I Ut nuua nvum i.u . - ...... uuy ii iiu umiiin no iv.ii.i-. try piui n nil mi irne-inrni o m lino rAinun- i ri in earl IV DOllUCS
ed, from 1500 to 1845, would" niake a vWa- ll)WVver they went to the
Hiimjm lEaui.TV. Ill tha formation i oi
a single locomotlvo steum eiigine, there lire IreKtien
'mtiinl iiineil.: N idol v-nine'
i out of
tliey iijiproiiph Cnpe Kacp. . . r
A ilivect cominunicatioii between bl. John j
no fewer than 5,416 pieces to. bit put Jogetli- , every nunnreo ireaiy-ureanem aim iw u- aB, jreluno win ue .encou-u .ay means oi
er and thpse require to bu as accurately ad- hers in the union oteu lor-rierce aire ivin. steamers, to be run by a company Cuiisisting
' i. .1 1 ..:.... ... H.. 'IJilir...!
. : ... .., . , v.... . ' i ... .....rua n a wate. 1. Jvurv wate.n jjt-i"i: nimw
treme price .oijnmt amort ununiu cents vr " .
toe which at live bottles to the ealldii. is ; ponsists of at loa.
! at the rate of $?7,50 pcr'gallon! T. . .'... ;. 1 probably 215. person
'Americ'Ans' '.Released fboM" PB'tsoBj iB
GEBMAilt,r-Prdk Lebpdtd,;)' Hanoverian
by birthV but a naturalized citizen .of the
United Slutes, livingjin Charleston, S.'C,
for the last 16 or 18 years, who an arrested
while onavisitto his friends 'in Hanover,
and held t0' perforn military, servicos-lhcre
for the period of seven years has. been re.
leased .through the intercession of Mr. King,
theU.'.S. Consul Five seaman, who werq
arrested bv .-the Hanoverian,. Government,
illegally, -on board, the .ailp,.Ar,c,thusa,. iu
June last, have also been , released and sent
home to New York, In the ship Miria.on
10h Septenibor,-.. ha coso the creditor
who arrestad, the.m.n' t.haiw-
otter'.' oif Fulton' cbuhtv. Oln'o,
raised ad Irish potatd this season that weigh
ed ae von and b half pounds
party wortt to f narties interested in'the teleirraohioJpro-
',', 202 pieces, employing New York, and fven into the very dons of jm, which steam lino will ply- between New
aVln. distributed' amonir 40 the oiitlaws and subterraneans, and there York ami - Ireland, touching nt St. John.
trades to say nothin" of the tool-makors lor made pledges of what they might -expect if When all these arYaiigemPiit aro completed,
alt these . . i. .,'.',.. Mi ! IMcriwere elected, and they aided in doing jt jacalculalt'd th it only four, or fivo daya
ill " ,1 7t ' -f " ' ' ' li.n.n ttio- flinnrtftponplltpri mUnirt-itV ill u. ill- l....,.n.iimo,l ill Ik. I.Hnjml..i.,li
, . . , . - . w ..... . j j -".will u V' 1 1 ui, in ... . i. .. w .. wt
that city. Piqun ltrgitkr.
A'. Hopefox Youth. A boy 12 years bf
agei was brought before the Mayor's Court,
1 "Cow's ; Worth Having. Mr.. D. E. Bi.
irngs, ;,ut'La Grange, N. Y., liustwo cows
which have given a sufficient quantity of
milk' tn ftirhish his family with milk and but
ter, besides which, he has sold iii six months i at Cincinnati, last Sunday, by his father,
and six d'ysi209 pounds of butter, aoioutit- j who stated that fie family were absolutely
lng' to $85;' Tho cows Kavo Imil ho' other ! afraid the boy would take their tlves.'Bnd
food than pasture. ' ' ; .'rf' '.'.'' V.'J i that, Iiq himself found it utterly' impossible
l JS l-"'' ' ' to-govern' the boy; that he had threatened
" Official Vote of1 PKBNsytviBtAi The thPm with tubbing, and had even put-chased
official vote of Pennsylvania stands tot j a pjgt0) for tne: purpose of shootihg Mrs. W.1,
Pierod l98,583,.8cott' 179,183, Hale 8,580, hig hohse-keeper. A dofible-barrellod pis
Brown 1,670. ii In 4848 tho vote stood Tay j t(), wag prbdiiced Ip court, which the police
ror 185,730, . Cass 172,166, Vaft Buren M, officer who' accompanied the father Io the
news between the Old and the .New World
Even this increased speed will not satisfy
the public, as a party of capitalists are now
ngiged io testing the feasibility of a sob-
nulls and deDos-
' ' , III. . .. . . -v- , ,
tion in rmr bill of mortality of more fhao itoil 155 voles for Pierce and King electors
h.lfa million, or 180(1 deaths daily." ;' " ' im elected the Prophet Strang to the Mich
' OCrThereis a irea't 'fnflux bf population j ij,nrl ' I.egis'lnlyr W the same unanimous
into 'Chicago 'this fair We learn of one 1 v.ote.- "This i'"a .great eountry !" Cleve.
factory whfchwi!ri)ring nearly three linn- j Jtiraid. '"' ".' 'J-
dred nrnmesTl.td the citv. ' and for W , ... ; - lhe cMu. and
is foaiid difficult to get res. Jences.-CAWyo , Ka,d WM reee.t, shot at by .
Jo?'. i ..." . . i. ..t. i scoundrel as hin tTuin passed by. The abot
tiiicago, uuij '""-;" ' - - ,
Intf but a Hat, wet prairie, has now 'become
. " . I ..C ,1. T .L-A t.niAj ' unnA
the most popuiuusoi mc uao ti.no,
Biiffalo.ainf is fast treading npoh'the heels
i . : . T. ... . I
marine connection between Newfoundland' or that commercial 'emporium. ' The above
U7.i " ;' . 'l I eo'iiH-rbom' aaid -he-took 'frota'thtf'Dby, who
" Thomas SwVB.'Esd.Jwa'sre-etected' tiiM told htrn he'boilght it for the pin-pose stated;
ident orthe Baltimbre and Ohio Rail Road, The mayor sent the boy to the hou:of ref
on Wednesday last by an unanimous vote; uge. '" ' ''"
and the Irish coast, by means of. telegraph
wires. ''1 hese are. projects of the first im
portance, and abould they be succeasful, are
destined to oxert an important inflaeuca on
affairs in both countries. United Statei Gat.
-".' S''H -!..,;.---- ''
r-t Thb" LbgiblaTube. Tho . House- is not
fairly iii - notion yet. '.Their sessions have
been very short, and uniuVportani.--: In the
Senate, the militia bill, the bill about High
ways, and th School bill have been taken
up arid 'dtssossed: " Nothing or Interest Or
importance has yet transpirod. Journal '"
nnrar'iiph indirates one of 'liiVrnWx of the
rapid growth of the' Prairie' City. 'Nut re
lying alone on its great commercial advan
tages, tniimifaeinres of every khid1 hate been
established and fostered; and the-cirv ' on
nearly every street' isa busy workshop'.
Think of it a single facUiry bringing nenrlf
three hundred fn mi lies into the city, and ail
of thQ industrious, prosperous dttas.CVe.iw.
fieri --JLl'i.'.'. 1 1 .?: ,'
; CJolb' Half Doll'abb. A' privaltf 'mint
iu California is coining gold half dollars.-' -
broke the glass hra of the locomotive. -
fjijrThe Lnti.doii Iterary Gazette states
tliat ii German'- gentleman named ' Leiders
dorf, who has just died, hs left 400 tbalers
a year to the atale heirs of Schiller , forever,
a a "tribute 'of admiration to thd poet's gen-ids.''-1
"""" ' ',,
, . ... I r,-r ,7- r-','T'' 'K--- I
fj2r;The aeetio" oC lha, "Pennsylvania R.
Road,near .Greeiibirg, waa to be complet
ed on SaUtfdayJast,.. whep there will be a
continuoua, Railroad, from : Pittsburgh to
l.'bilttdelphia:,,. ,i,-.' - , - . ' ,. .
''"cy If ifs1 sard that the President elect
ree'ei es two bushels per day of bpttors, con
taining applications for office.