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Jniiianci State Sentinel.
C.1IJ-Wti:iiLY. ETrilM. VIGIL VJ-CE I TUT PRICE OF LIBERTY. i i i'oi.i, ov;i h, ivir. Im li ui. i Democrat." This piratical concern, the organ of 1 he old Junto, ma!e its appearance yestcrd iy. Its tone anJ spirit are just what we, and all who hnoic i s managers, supposed it wouM be. It in. ikos loud professions of .Democracy, of course ; and pretends to an extraor dinary decree of talent, dignity and rcspvtability ; but nevertheless the blackleg ar.! b'-tckgurud are very plainly apparent. It is chielly vcupied by assaults upon the Chapmans, about whom it makes a great many filse stateme:is, some of which we may po?si- blv n dice at our le.su re. It dors lot seem to be so fj-uirc in relation to Gen. Cu-s, as its prospectus intimated it would be. TiiC rel tikes, it lias already received from the pre s, had a fivorable influence in this respect. It now, ti.cre.fj re, pn. tends to be some- whit anxious about principles, as well as mrn. All ' Trade with I;;!.xaal. The following facts atJ statrtic-, which wc End in the N. Y. IVews of Oct. 'AJ, will be interesting to our readers. The news from Echini by the fast picket ha placed it beyond doubt that tie w inds of England fir nil kind- of pr visj- ns will 1' hrge. and that the de mand will fall upon tiie United tsiites almost alto "etlicr. For a Ion" series of years Eughnd ins been approximating the po.nt wlien she must come to de pend entirely upon fore gn n itions f,r u hirge portion of her supplies of food. Too harvest of 1SR was the last of five crops that were su.V.oicnt to feed the British Isles without aid from abro'd. The crop of lStiT fell a little short, and l.OS'i.Uü btid.els were imported. From that time the sullicieney of the soil of Britain to fe.'d her p munition ceased forever. A sue Horrible Murder and Arson. A great sensation has been created in Boston by an appalling murder, somewhat similar to the Helen Jewctt tragedy which occurred in New York some years ago. The Boston Mail of Oct. 7, gives the following particulars : . " '1 'lie scenR of the murd.r is a Pinal"! two story brick house, in Cedar lane, between Cedar and Charles streets occupied by Mr. Joel Euvviencu and wife, who have lived there something like twenty-five years. Tor suuo? v ears past, as we understand, the premises have been used as a house of assignation rooms being kept let mik n ciuiiiiiou.uiuii oi uiosu ill me naoii o i visiting it. - New Hook. T'l". AVip I Ah tar y of Laic on I lljuiti, No. 2, vol. 2. This number concludes Williams's Treatise on the Law of Keal Property, embraces the whole of Wig ram's Examination of the Rules of Law rc?pect- COJIITILNICATIOXS. Iro"ate Ciicnits. The writer is well aware of the risk one encoun ters who proposes or advocates a change of systems, which have been matured bv time, and received, even inrr the A dill the Interpretation of Wills, (a work that has been be borne in mind that perfection is nt the work of a ,,nrin States ,iave commenced prohibiting the exporta- i .. i I . e i x , ilnir ir n vn-i r A. .- cn.tnm ij en nM-f . i-t I hit it ttioi I HOll Ol UlCdU MUll askcu tor uy a numuer oi our suu-icriuers and com-1 " . jo,,, ,.,,., i. ,.., eurrv.xv'oPJUt;,, p c n l I not be i m pro vcd. "Let well eiungh alone' is a max- The steamship Great Western, arrived at New York, on the 2:?th, bringing English papers up to October 11. Graiti markets are steadily advancing. The Oer- The wheat crop in England is mw known to bo very far below an average. The turnip crop is threat- k , . . I mi pillUI III Uv- IMU. XJlib OU.iV u js PIVllI i IU U 'I'll lions an.i omer iieamngs usually p-repared m Attor-,ionnr i practice and annarentlv has been successful, cned with a distemper like the potatoe rdaguc neys' Olces. rubli-hcd by McKinley Sc Lescure, ! we oulit not to conclude that "it is the Let that can Famine with all its horrors, anncars to be starinir The body, that of a voung and beautiful f'eniüle of 23 i llarrisburg, Fa. Turner, agent, Indianapolis. j be devised. Were this the case, all the abuses in 'at half of old Europe's population, and an all-ncrva-24, was lying on the floor covered, all but the breast, I J government, and all the heresies in religion, mijjht din crv for civil and religious freedom rises on every je' be justified and defended. Tne British nobility, with hand. Legal Swindling. The N. Y. News says : W not nuallv nude to a 'Teater m less extent. The t)resent I entirely v. red, the razor whi Ii the murilerer used liav- or head and l-et. with n bloody frlieet which had been thrown O' er it. Mie lav oil her nark close to tie irr.-ito . J . i. a i . with the head turned over on t!,o rinl.t .'.de. Tl..' d . have before us a specimen of a most pestilent currency. tii umauc pouvenes . menu lint a nmneu , Kxtrn5iv.c flooll cnu- rnuch frw.pc. have -c cessi..u of ood harvests, ending with lli, did was thrown back, exposing n terrible and phaMly tut 'issued by the city of Pittsburgh, Fa. It purports to Ul,arc" Ui , , , , ,u v , nn 1 over,,.menl : rurrrd in the north of England and Scotland. .Much su:ii,e to meet the demand, and imports were an-; from ?r to car. Th jugular vein and windpipe were be a cerlifi,at, of indebtedness by the c.L nf Pitt.. .Sl-Z 4rli!Tt:: m'"ia:nS com which remained in the field wa carried away. . i r . i n i i c . i V "I""" . "' 1 . ' uuu hi- a8 aJso sheen and cattle ; some lives were lost, burgh for two dollars, dated Spt. 1, 1S11, bearing sist with equal dogmatism that a ltep-ihlican jrovern- ! , . i i .i n f i ; n e . mAnt kr. f tt t, : ii 1 here have been destructive lioods in the neighbor interest o?te pr cent., receivable for city dues, and m5nt ls lho uisc.t and best ever devised by man. ! . , p c not payable at all, or convertible into coin. There is ' nd yet t!,e monarchist has the benefit to be derived ' ' , , c T-, , 4 l- . I from the antiquity of the system on his side. The One of the first commercial houses of L trecht, it 13 consequently eight cents interest due upon the promise ; fact is ant;ni ltv really Droves nothing The world. 1 ai.l, is at the head of the committee formed for the - - ft . . 1 . I 1 ! . . . . . potatoes ami oilier aiiiiKinary lands, and retailing them to the h irvet has r.ow failed; the whole of the deficiency must come from abroad. The following table shows the increase which has taken dace in tho experts of farm produce to England : EXPORTS OF VMITfcD 1TATCS HuDlTt TO r.CT HRITI. Oil (tjrin. g til., Oil, Wll .lf , ! V Iu!r in, I!)., the-e prolessiot:s of course were to be expecttd. b; - Naval sn.r.s, i.uij.. ...... . I Atl!t, lulu, caue few men attempt to nlav tho rnvenl or ! V Tit rt ' l!-l' 1 - - - J - - I J - ' - m w V. I l V 1 f should our Blackleg neighbor b" 'estr-d lion. IVbii. J. Prow II. t'hrr?'e, I'niK, 1 1 , II., I Mil, " llie Washington Lnion, (several numhorsof which j r.i..n, soi.r.H a 17 ' a ,. ?ii 11 . ix ToSatco, iiiariuractur'd lbs , b.'.lld t .e way, were this week d laved by the mails,) ; i,,.. by contains the following announcement : "We are hippy t announce that Mr. William J. Brown, a repre.entat.ve in the las: Congress from In diana, has been appointed Second Assistant Postmas ter General, in the fdace of William Medill, E-q., of 0!i! 1, n jvv Commissioner of Indian Atr.iirs.' lax. n n. y w. 18 it. JO 3 322 IW) 2'..",.V:i .7 ,.:.: 3:i.M l"7,lr3 !',7II 191li Hl,!t!U 270,117 6.-t 4.1,1 1 7 3 ,ri t 4,e-7,-:(i) I .". 1.775 .".' I .H-M 2,3:3, i:l 5,-iTH,-, 3 '.mo n.- r.v;,:s rm.ivj 4," i,4 1 1 3 .':. s.i.- 1 1 I i!,4:;; lt;7,iti S'll.r.H.a i7 58 .v i."..'ai 4rO,7 ,-J , e.'.tis :u;,;ci 4:s,ena 2,171,303 3,2.V,tsi 7?,7-J5 'J r vira'irt' neighbor d o?s not seem to relish this ro.n nion of 3Ir. Brown, very w. ll. He thinks Mr. B.o.vii "a very ucA nun ! !" He i.s so, and wc have n d ..e can hold his own with A. F. Morrison, boot or liO ;oo. Toe Bilumore Argus, whose opinion is quite, as good as Morr, son's, sivs: Intlian Com, l:ih., This uu:neiie trade l as grown up suddenly, and i now iut begiUnin" to assume regularity. The En r lish inarko'.s are as yet s.-arcrly undr-r-tood by those whose business it i to prepaie produce for sale there. But experience is r.o.v rapidly supplying that defect. The whole increase i ow ing almost entirely to the modifications of the English taritl admitting these large supplies to British Constunp'u n. The extent to which the trail may grow, under judicious legisla tion, is almost limitless, and the salvation of our farming interests depends upon its encouragement. Low ns have been the prices, what would have been the value of produce had the above largo quantities been retained in the country ! in entered to the bone. Her hair win partly consumed, and her fate chaired and blackened by the action of the fire. The door of the house being unlocked on the arrival of the Coroner's jury, they pioceeded up one pair of stairs to the room in wtiieh the murder was committed, and the view was most appalling inconceivably so to any one who was not there to see it. The rot-in, which was a small sized bed-room, in the rear of tlm house, in the second Morv, contain! frar metits of burnt clothing strewed about, nrnl the waits were spattered with blood prohuhly done w hen she was bef .re us. Tnat such vile rags should be tolerated in it is hoped, is growing both wiser andlx tter, old sys-! rrp-se of buying up an intelligent community, is a m st extraordinary terns are d iilv succeeded by new ours. We ouht to ! substances in foreign 1 circumstance. If the city were to b)rrow money oil u0 wiser to-morrow than to-day, next year than this, jp'or of its own country, without profit. a re nilir sto-k, s ic would have to pay at least sven he-cause we then shall have had the experience of an- j The Emperor of Bussia has made an advance of per cent, to wealthy lenders. By issu'in r tl.cn swin- tV J V" u 'i V n-ubles to the inhabitants of Livonia, to ena- 1 - , Iiese venera! remarks tmnrht be nnnlieil with inno i .1 i ,,m 1..... , ..c,.., tl.n ta.. l,-n mr nrtio. dr-c-ed hum the bed and thrown upon the floor. A dhrig promises, she borrows ot th- poor t!ie proceeds truth to the system of Probate Courts, as at present rally failed in that country olZwT "Uar ht'ad ül t,,C hVtit CüUta,nCd a 1,001 f th0ir I:lb',r at a n m,inal interest of one per cent., organized in this .State It is ditlicult to account for The crops of wheat, rv;,' barley, and peas in Hol We gathered from a conversation with Mr. : vl Mrs. i hicii is allowed only to the wealthy tax payer. The , continuance of the system, so delectiv? m its 1)ontnarkf aiul r;1IiCranla are saia to be Patis- Law.em e and a girl in the house that they were awak- inconvertible rags circulate at a discount, and every 1 .r uauou'l a ic, in Vs f'uni.in, upon any fJclurv b,tj, hS r(...rard.s the quantity and the quality. eiied about five o'clock this mo i iiin bv a hriek tin iair . i 1 . 1 11 1 . 1 1 ! ulI-er grounu man mat U lias Urawn around it ti.e j rT '. , "... , 1 " . '''V 1 r . 1 II,,,"",,p,, a-"r" - ,)Pl ,,r , poor man is taxed 0:1 what he is compelled to lend the nn(.it7- nf -mtmmtv The or.e.ri, tv f eh-n.ro ;,, 1 The potatoe crop in the neighborhood of Pans is the and 11 heavv fill, wliu li .ipparent I v jarred the houe ; 1 1 , . ' . saiuiiiy 01 .ltoiquitv. 1 he propriety ot a change 111 1 1 . ,11. 1 1 1 .1 immediately after, and before they were hardly awake, a 1 cil l3lwu lH gung nueresi. person came down stairs, slipped in the leiste, and fell, hu recovered, and rehed out of the front door. The family then smelt fire, and oiti up to the room, found it filled with llame and smoUe. The fire was set the system has frequently been discussed by the Lc- 11 1. "? niOK aVn,!Ca,u on n parucmany m me ilms attire: but no chan.ro has been effected, 'pi.,. : P'auis oi oi. i -ems, ue.s wruis, .xanurre, anu me v ai- T;;a .s a Nn-nmvr. In an article in Hunt's Kepres-mtativcs have always shrunk from taking the Mc"" l,f -AI,'nl,1,ortnc-v' Magazine, on the suhject of the growing consump-j responsibility' of making a rhange, while the people The Cnnf Ccz( tie, if the first in-t., states that t ion of tea and cotTee, estimated now fo the w hole ' n ive ,1PVOr utüciently discus-cd the proposition to . the potatoe malady has broken out in nearly all the see or tool its necessity or importance, ihe Probate cantons in .wiizcriana. On tho other hand. A e would also ex ores s our great pleasure at the j had the export been doubledthe general level of the n ;y ; . . u.ii-u ,i,t. We recognize in Mr. 1. an en- j prices would have been raUcd to the extent of s. in three ditl'crent places the bed which the murdered woman h id occupied the closet containing her diesses, i world at bl!(l,(loO, (!(!() lbs., it is asserted that bo'li and a bed in an adjoining he pied, w er? all more or less burnt front bedroom, occupied bv of bed clothes had bei n placed and then set on fire it in the human economy." Tea, especially according estate of every individual is liable to be settled and: seems in nave oeen nie inieniiou oi inc inuriierer 10 miry cdro.Mii, which was unoecii- ronton "-i.. netivo r.e.rd i,m ii , ,i , ii (-,llirts ol H' or any Nate are really of greater im-j ' fie Prussian government has prohibited the export nrnt. A2 ains, the door of thn COnta.n iail"c pnnciple w inch, though small in ,.orUn,0 to the whole people than thJ Circuit Court. ! ation of potatoes from Westphalia and the Ilhenish a girl wlio lives there, a pile quantity, is yet supposed to form an important part ! It is fated unto all once to die. And therefore the : piuvinccs. - Oo(htHX) alnive their actual values. This trade w ill continue to grow, notwithstanding the didicultics thrown in its way, more especially as the new Eng l.s!i tariff calls into activity many articles which were trade, and was lately in the employ of .Mr. Smith, in Cambridge street, lie is now in Hangor, where this ill fated woman formerly belonged. A letter was found in the room addressed A.J. T. to M. A. 15. Also a pair of men's drawers, cane andstock- irifrii n rwl ;t huiili lit L'.: t)r Ifirl.-irfv ivlin , :m tiro. not heretofore exportable. In this view, it becomes s,.nl'at the examination; said it was impossible for her to evident that the increase of our export will, for the ; move after she received her death wound, and he must next twenty years, not be limited to the article of have drafted her from her bed. In the straw bed under fjr"The daughter of Mr. Bancroft, the Secretary of! cotton the money value of which, since 1SV, has ' which she slept, a bunch of matches were found neaily rf i r rrr?irrril f-iilurr tA ihr i'it".ffir. nrti ie f. M P,. 1 V,t ..f !. 1' 1. 1 f o ' fllSOoSfd lit llllder ttio cnnorvw mi, nirl n li ml ir-i t inn r . . V. . . 1 '. all evidence or his f.rnd,h deed, in the conflagration of. w,c 1,l,K" '"" sciences, , . :; -y ry ;y . . ,,ave ,clore etat.dj ono G, t!jC 1rimarv elements m the house and death of its occupa, ts. "contains essential principles of nutrition, far exceed-1 r . -tloot tliat ' 7 l"t V c 1 ; tIlis M')WarJ tc,Kk'nc.v uf I,rjCt's' h ,na-v be fcd9 The name of the murdered woman was Maria A. Ihck- in" in importance its timuhatin'f nronertie-- and th-it ' 1 ' . . i 1,1 u(.' 1 ln.n 0.'i0 Poxcrs 't511, i however, that as regards England, the disease in the ford. She was of slight, graceful figure, and very beau- mir ' 'L "i , o n ' , "f hrre is su- ; otaU, jn nanv (itrict g , car a j tiful. S?h has been married, but has not lived with her er, a s.i n.ulant. ea is in cery respect one peradded concurrent jurisdiction in all casts in law j(.avipVonlv a ,,;Klll scab tchhlil uhit:h ma: huband for b.mie time past. He i a shoemaker by . ot the m 'st desirable articles of habit dal use." One 011,1 111 equity wherein executors, administrators, guar- ...ii ;'rn ti ,,inrf;nwr iui it . r.,.., j tr ' .( r.riog, and wording l)euucrat, in as well ou. : iigre.s. Toe appointment of gentlemen ot suo.i ac,;n wl ilged capacity and indisputable in tco"r'ty, cuiiiil but meet the approbation of eery honest American, and insure the safety of the public interest." i ri oi i of his experiments on the nutritive nualities of ten ! ihnn or ,i0!r:S ure Parties. Every practitioner knows . t ns compared with soup, was by no means in favor of: l!?"'1?1 one " O,!.cr.of The attemots to improve crops bv electricity have i j these classes ot persons is a party, so that t!;e tuns- 1 UKj aiimipis l(, nnpruvc crojs u munun ouc tlie latter. Phis will b3 good news to tea drinkers, I (iL.tio!1 cf th, IW;);lt0 Conrt n uitv prorC((ljITS ia been everywhere a failure. and, we hope, w.ll neutralize a little of the ocean of nearly co-extensive w ith that of the Circuit Court. The present is an eventful period in the history of nonsense which has been promulgated by bran-brain v '' t,10n should not the presiding- Judge of the one Ireland. Ihe Eepea! agitation, the meetings and tro- persons on the subject. the rsavy, died at Philadelphia on Wednesdav. October declined in proportion as the quantity has increased. : b,,r,,t UP- 29th. She was of the tender a-e of six vear ard i l,ut t!' iacreise wiH Stt"o!I''n 1,v enhanced do- IJ"';" r1 "mounting to certainty, are fixed was the onlv chi'd nf hr tit T W x , ! tnntl for l11 arti n-ricultural produce, swell- , l"1' r "V" 1 1"" 7' ' was me only Ciii.u ot her parents. Hie ashmton i . t .i i , I not vet been arrested, iirrell was arrested Sonn? time Uuion ,, beautifully and fc!:2.v alluue, loUUs S Ä'f.ÄI.'f I . "Vf""'" " l .'".l"l- . ' ' romised the ma ter, lie be as well skilled in the law and also in the practices tests of the ultra Protestant party against the late and usages of the courts, as the presiding Jude of proceedings of the Irish Executive, and the truly w on- OrjTThere is much good sense, and sound loic ! 'he other ! Nay, is it not more important that the derful railway spirit which at present is abroad in and refined sentiment "in the fol'lowin- nararaoh I,ru!,n.to l,0l'1(1 l,e a cd lawyer than that the that country, "presents subjects worthy of the careful a. ... ti c 1 1 j Circuit Judge should be ono ! Such is the opinion of consideration of the statesman, the philanthropist, from the Jsalem dazette : o... .....-.. . 1 . . 11 1 ' mer The following is a table of the whole exports of l''4S IITIt OF CERTAIN AP.TIt LI Of ph.) Moj rr..tIEL I BOM THE Ci rm lote. fln'tfr, t'i.v.vf, l'rk. Hums, fj:nl. la, 1 U, l -:.-., i-t;, ist", ls:is, 1-5'., HI!, I-I-N Hti, HII, bereavement. 44 A KeSE-Bt'D EKOKEN FROM ITS P,nr.NT Stfm. "Within a mile of tho city of Richmond is a "ravc-vard 1 provisions from the Cnited States for many years üeUkatfd to the Mayo family on the classic hills where Powiattan is said to have had his wigwam, and where Po-ahontas ence roamed. In this restir. phce of t!ie dead, tiiere is a torn!) placed over the only child of its parents. How ofien have we contenqdated the simple emblem wh.ch was sculptured upon it ! It was a beuiliful rose-bud, snapped from its parent stem, and fiiliim t- the artii. Tins image arises again upon our memory when we heir ;o day of toe fate of tint lovely l.tth child, but s years of age. Su-an U.ncroft, the only child of -he S .-ri t- ry of the Navy, who 1 r. athed her last in i n.ladi do i i on M- mliy 11 iit. Siie was indeed a l've.y ti.i.jg. g.y as a s-r.ng m ruing, when she left us in July 1 is? ; and bio uiiug like a Hebe in health. ..'. rt,:iM 4 ..Isl .' .?'; 2- .7f 'ja.ni 10. i - 1 ,Vsl f' ,." !7 4J .'-I l!, i.aii; ..vi 1,11-1. '.. t -1 - : 1 :i ;i,:i '5 e- i.N.ii 40 1. 10-, 4 j 1 .0. 1,1?:,;::.) a .7 1 -a 2 comi is said tu be a native of Weymouth, in ibis Itate. Annexed ar.f further paitictilars from' the same pa per of the 'JSih : A j 1 1 ry of inquest vUitcd the promises in the forenoon at half prist II o'cloek. and loiiinl the room, which i on the second floor, in line h confusion. Ainonj; otlier things, a trunk id' clothes, in whu h matrh s h:nl been fc-7 in 1 r.".'7 1 tJ.e4J7 1 ..: introduced, was niui h burnt. i he body id the niuidered 4"I'..-,:U v! !, :.w l,:i'H.r.7.- .,li.i,-7s u i'inan w;'s n.ui Ji tlisfo'iired. and nr m tili d a hoinl,!,. , . ...... the writer. Suits, involvin" the titb to orooerte "(iRAlfiiots Pkixting." There is no such thing worth thousands ,,f d dlars, are frequently commenced as doing nny thing "gratuitously," in a printing of- in the Probate Court and heard and determined in the fi. e. Kyr.tbnh must pay fir every thing that is done, absence of all the defendants, who perhaps are infant? Aot a hue can he set that dK S not eot money for the in the cradle. .Such cases ns these are of freqm ot setting. Either the printer must pay the whole, or occurrence. And such tx jarlr cases surely ou-ht Ihe advertier must pay his share. The only ques- to he tried and determined by the I est of .Ind-r-. f i c ticn, therefore, to be ns!rd by the publisher, vv ho is to Legislature a. ted wisely wh'en it decide that the As pay the money f,r the labor, is, what ground has this : sociate Judges of the Circuit Courts should not hear party or individual to require me to p-iy for the pro-1 and determine chancery sti.ts in the absence of ti e moiion 01 us or lus o:j"cts : j Prcshh-t.t j!i!"-. Why then is it permitted that ono " " . nian in the Probate Court ni-iv d what it has firhid- Ihf. (iiiii.s. I he editor of the Portland Express, den two persons, equally weil rualified and comoe- es in the room were more or h- stained with it. ; in discoursing upon early rising, speaks thus : ' tent to transact, in the Circuit Court. The ft( t i ! matches and a comb were fmnd in the bed on : t,i- .1 , T- 1 . , nn o,-,n m !,, I oC ,,nt ,,., t,. t t.. ... 1 . 1 i-' h she h id lain. Among the auieles in the room we ' l.P with yon ! Eon t sleep away this beautiful ? ' h.- not made the law his stn.ly is qnali- ""iijuim iu in a i uip", eiiiior at law or in llwi;?!lr. did dr...... ti.; , "eu aim coirse grams tins imporaut " - wi '.oi i.ui 1. .o OK-iasi weshOlllil 1 tr-ii'p niv t r-iseeoi uer ; one was ine iuvonte ot n w ,r iie.ji -"-, e--i "pP'oance. She lav in her blood on ihe floor, and the M:.'i7 ii.:ii i,4i:...v.r T.v.'a.-at ; ar,, 7 '. i 1 T e.i-'-i it.iirrir . inmi? Shiih i,T4.i;i m,-.. ü,7:kM7 I !.:.. 71; .i.;, h si. t, .d h,;., A , ii. ti.d..- i.. n... r I "l P Ull!l y ! i:'t h ep a way this beautiful ? IV; O07 j.) ,:2 .'..-..'ssil ips in . , c , " ... J 1 moreine-' Al-.-v Tlr'.Mi I-Ti,!...!. f I v-si -1 1 -j 1 ii -...,.... , m, ............ ... 1 li'UMeu sofii: lines 01 inusie. an aceoruion. a O-it e oi eo- . t ..-., ....Uv jiuia.-a, i,nui.- 1 to! 174 3.i.o;. V..v.:i.i 1;, n;i.V-.-. Tii-'-ö.'jti 7 Vi a.A ' bS r. : p-irasol, yloves, shoes, r. The insular and tja Margaret, Harriet, Charlotte, Julia, Sarah, Kate, windpipe wire cut, and the throat entirely lod opi n- j "meha, Jan1, Larolino, Aueliiie, Amelia! and all It seemed by the bloody water in the wash bowl, that : the lazy girls, arouse wake up rise and see the the murderer, after e.-numinaiin the horrid deed, coolly ! sun shine, and bru-h away the d-w from the bemti went to the wahstand and wa!ed his hands. The in- f.,1 (fMv. Vi.n o ...1. !. I..... : ... . r .1 1 w 0111 t io.-'i, liii: ill 7 L lllll l lllll 1.1 Iii and the Christian. O'Connell emerged from t!ie solitude of the wilds of Kerry, and once more entered the arena of political ngit.tion. ror.Ki .N Chain Maiikhts. The prices of Wheat in Danzic have advanced Is. to ö. pi r quarter, und very sanguine expectate ns are entertained of the future course of prices. The Hutch and Pelgian mar kets are flat and rati. er Jw. The wheat market at Odissa. was inactive. Tin? Hann!. e accounts are dear er. The course of exchange had fallen nearly s.x percent., which makes ihr wheat cost so much dearer in sterhng money. No disposable rdiipplng in the Danube. 1 ...'.ii 1... .1. 1 . .1 . . 11 win oe ouerveu i;iu me increase is greatest, in the lat few years, when the English harvests l.ae been good; and now, under the impulse of a short expected greatly to increase more nar- t 1 1... ' .. 1 .1 . ... . Ill lllil I 1 l .1.1.1. l.ll Iir I'll. 1T T . .1 1111 TII.1 ..f.Ta. ...... eaw her. We almost voonte the SMI nCi-.i., - . . . ' r" " " when ,0 ni.i.VcK r. u :.. V.-t . c ' . . ' V " higher than when tho End.sh croos 1 -.i iw: ij. ij , ui-: unci exiracL rnm r c.m.i i .c 1 , . . . letter to a eentleinai, in this e,7v I lin' n l" I V ' . "I""1""" rstimate what !!: proü.-.Me - - tos city : ' Pmr.ADELrniA, Tusdiy. 44 4 We iitend to rea?h Washington on Thursd-iv öjisie ended her sutkrings last night, a little befre nine a on loveliuess of the child we have h st.' me. Tomorrow we entrust her to her resting-place, nd the next day we must take upon; solitary Journey n the paths of hf. You can have no idea of the r?.iNc:FLE.s r.v. Police Touching the folly and danger of tempjrizing or yielding to mere policy, the iWw York Heini ig Past, correctly sivs : Tiie I)?m cratic party is never n prosperous as v.'hen it is str.ngent in "the assertion of its loftiest aims. When it begins to temporize it grows weak, when it hesitates its strength decays. Its most vi gorous battles have been nude when the objects to be gained have been the grandest." The () i7 1 go S! -tnlird remarks upon the above: 4No man who unJerstari Js the history and progress of political parties w.ll deny the truth of this para graph. Never his any party of any kind giined s.ilus:antiaiiy by sahsr.tut.iig "policy for right." The true way, and tv? ily way for a p'irty to tdjtain and m iinta.ti ihe ax endeucy is to d: serve il deserve it by us.ng all the m-ans m its power to maintain those principles which are founded in strict justice and r.ght.-' Them's our sentiments. wants of England may b we give t!i follo.v Lie ot the imports do.vn to Jan. .". 110 IMPORTS I?ITO FNGI.ANP. Whest, Hye, F.our, Bit.'cr, Vr- C-vt rut. 1R"?7, 23i.7.03 ll.-75 40.ls7 Olilißl l3 1,7 jo,;.) 1 2 .0 17 3 -J H 17 2.12 133 1S31), 2.521.527 152.Ö-2 GtfiOl 213 547 IM), 2.021,917 1.S57 1.317 s II 219 507 IS 11, 2 30,ss$ 5IS 1214 220 251 255 2, 2GI7.9U 2S.5r 1,I2.S)1 W.fe2 113, .sÜ-Jn.! 2 721 1267 t US 2ss 1U, S23 271 13.779 712 9 H is) 9 55 1 34",Cm 1 i 1 ,2JJ 3 J3 9 1,'2 1 1 G 2j l dividual who p;.s-d the niht with the d.eens.d, and w ho it is supposed id,, murderer, went to the house in pe.siion at -1 u'tlm k, Sunday alo rnooii. staed h ilf an hour, and h;i üpaiu there at 5 P. !M. We learn further that wlun he riuiip'd from I In room, alii r the act, lu .i li.i-lr.l I.11 t!i.. i ii ...... .... C I... 1.. ... ... . II .1 in r t-i - n'w . , .ii' in iinii-.i in iiu- iiimii: m miii iiii hip "L ia- 1 11 .ii .. . . 1 : stairs pun parnaoy 1111 uown. roine ol tln ni have recol j lection also as to a sercaui bring utleri d by some one, levnhoillv by thf wo n in who was murder".!. The jury Cheese, found among other things in the room 11 letter addressed follows : "A. J T., t-. .AI. A. II " Tim 111 vj '"; s ii.iii;.- 11. .Murin .. IM1111. Mm Intuit I ..-.. ...... I . ) I I " l'"z " 'oo " "'1 eiu was married 10 a siioi-maK- 219 397 2 4 S3 35 ISO s:9 H7G.5M 213 523 .1 1:1. 1 ... : 1 1 1 . 0.1 , u.uie jim linger ii: neu, nut you ileress your spirits and contract sluggish habits. What if'you are sleepy ! Jump out id" bed lly round stir about, find in a few moments you will he as bright as larks. We wouldn't give a straw lor girls tint won't get up early in the morning. What are they good fur .' La zy, dumpish creatures they are not "fit tr wives or companions. Our advice to young men who are look ing OUt for Wives. Would he never cohwt n f.o.v.lr. unfortunate' .,. , ., . . ----- riv hv.d , away me precious morning hours. Jhe may L-e a ncjp-eat, but never a help-meet.' LivF.i.roo:., Oct. 11. The quarter's revenue in the npnty, w here-important legal principles or ditlicult (-,1,,,'IIS shows a decrease of a million sterling, and questions of practice are involved. It may be asked an increase in the Excise of about (h In the w hat is tiie remedy and how shall it be applied ! The To-t-ott'ce there is also an increase, and the stamps and remedy is obvious and easy of application. 1 lace taxi s yield a shght increase ; but the amount of the pro- tho Probate Courts on an equal footing with the Cir- pc-rty tax has decreased, and the Quarter's llevenue, as cttit Courts. Ina word establish Probate Circuits. r( mpared with the corresponding quarter last year. Let a competent Judge he Id led by the Legislature shows a decrease of about JMiO.OCO. or by the people. If it be th ought best leMhe Pro- Ahd-el-Ka.?cr his inllicted a severe defeat 0:1 the hate Courts have concurrent jurisdiction with the Cir- French, in Africa. Additional troops arc to be des- cu.t Courts in all chancery causes. I ask w i.at objoc- patched to that country by the French government, tion can be urged against this plan ? Will it be aid ti t 1 u . . that this system will he more expensive lhan ti e e 1 llC haIcf.0?af1 h '' the Circes- sentone?- This is denied. In his (the Vd) J rdi c al V'- 1 U V""" .l! T'"1 lXlti'- Circuit, all tlie Probate Judges receive in he UZ e 1T . I 1,1 tliC acla aud 111 retreat 'iii," l!r-r-' which followtd it. gate about five huuured dollars annually as their s.ala- ; So f ir as ecoM.miy is corn erned then f',; 1 HE iiAiLV.'.AV f F.vr.R rages as violently in Trance ries. 11 1 In the hst tliree yeirs the harvest Ins bon rood nor.ii:itan(iing wlnjh tins trade has heoa well us-: tain?d. Now the cro; has air.iin be.-onn e t ... ... ' . . . . ' 1 - 1 1 'e i . r . . ..... er by the 11 .1111 of Uiekford. Ah.eit three v ears .since she ' i Jl,Jl,mit 'mgi.t as well l:e paid to one Judge as to sev- , 1 1'u-1,u,u- ,A "' ;U!M ,M ,a w " "Ui 01 1,1(1 i'ariSMVingS Lit'li. r leish .nd and came to this city, where hh has : fj-At a late meeting of the College of Teachers cral- If vve had competent Probate Judges a lar -c ,f:,llk. w,,pk Pr,nc!P ,i,v M)r purp s f spe. ula- hve.l a hfe ofiliss.duteness, anJ auraefid mmh at-! at Cincinnati, an address from Mrs F.mm Wn r vrn ! r'P01"'" "r the chancery buinss which is com- ,,0; 1,1 the shirts, was OT.Ilf., w hilst the dt po- noitien in our streets. The suspicions r our poh. e hav e ' r ,p . . ' ' ' ' ' menced and determined in the C.rcuit ourw wiodd be si:s amoiiut d nly to f.Ol , i:;.jf. filL.nononeAlt.ertJ.Tirr.il. To nil is tin' mdit nh.al f fn ' Ua ro:id' V?"-"Z new theory of the transacted in tie IVnV.to r er- nr , T 71 If r ; , 1 r , 1 1 1 i- . .win! .... . 1 ra u.s. 11 iei in ihe 1 roaaie L' t;rts. t)f course as to 1 " liriusi l'ri7J7 once n e'-noe -en f n who was lately nob. ted in .he Municipal Conrt f..r a.hil- ! Motive Powers m the circu at hm of the Plood. The b..s ns of th Cirr.. t ,r- ; : (M ,r n'l 1 ' 0.11 0 a t ..a.nr.rn (d the te.v, avoided the othVers, but was su! sci.m uily arrested ' Chronicle s-,v V , ' h"1 . th '7 !,,t ",r'!' ,! M1" he,r terms Irac ariru.s. has turned against them, and now de will some d.fhVuliv at cw Ib-d.-rd T.: . L i ' . " ! ChromcIc 11 ingenious, original and novel, would he shortened, and consentient v a t,n,:, of ti e mds the , :n Ui.inent cf I r. Pnsey. , ! 1 1 M , I mii i will hi reuu-mhrrcd lli.it he was since hi'i'ii sclllcil ...1 t. .1 l ii,,.. . i ouieo ii me unit-, ne is sain io oe a uesncia'e cuar.ur- 1 ' U:. "y ,C ',KrU ,or at lPast Preat : ter lie took a meal or two at Concert Hall on Sunday. ! sa"s . ... - . ... expenses Hk-nrred by the attend Mice of juror- would 1 Tiie Washington correspondent of the N. Y. Post be avod; su!:icient "at least to make u- tlu balaiiee n h an arr in re- The Wueat Ckop. The Philadelplna Ledger ob serves tint if E irop- is suifering on accrmnt'of the failure of t!l0 wheat crop,, the United States is abun dantly able to supply the deficiency. The wheat crop vii.a-.i O..UM lor tins year is tsuinated at 11 It IS !:riv:iteie wliu-mn..! .. I r ..f il... T.,,1..-' ...to... t ; i , .1 .:. ., I -i 1 1 1 r i s 1 '"" " um ui ki in .ii iiiin en iiiiii nil i'liiiii.iv, ' , . j I,!, ii n i iiiji rn, uni- "i ui' ,i ii'i.i s.i 1. 1 1 . i e s 1 1 1 : s iiiis, "3 in ur; i;u l J II. 1 1 I iC 1 a moiinToi! n f In, . . ! I... i I. . t...,. ... ..I I i. . i .. . ' l, unm 1.-. .,. I .1. . . -i i i, li i . . . . -...s.. ...v. . yiuMi - ; hu .-."j'.i.ii; j.. ..-. ..i jii.n c w ncre ne jcu some oi ins , ........ , .. ...... n (lii';iu u:u ireei, mal .I r. Ui es uiein w oi ,u decrease, u a rre it extent tt e anioijiit f ing qmnt.ties : j b .o was .No. .) Khu street. Ihn yesterday he d.d wanted Mr. K.tchie to publish as an advertisement lho business in the .Supreme Court of the Slate It is heat, in t uhel i c , nn I not seek his accustomed n-wurr Imi sc.nr.. it ..-,rU- ;.. ,,r, i.t....tnw- . C l.: , i' . . : i . i , , ., . - r n , . . . lu.kj.ih) ) i t in iiiu i "'-'""i o.a v.oii' I ossiuiii i , tl in mo Ii.it V r W-l Known l.ieT Urn lie hue nn.v- ,.t tl... V ' ... : rl. ... fr..... I . I - VI I. ! . . . " . . . . ,............ - . ... .ii in.- i' f'7 " '"-V " " " 11; liltcllie ret used With llld -nat on " 1 Court has irrentle inerr.w.l i,ol, ,. C... ' "w Ul""' 2SMK,M vesteru .y, soon alter the deed was perpetrated, he , , . .... ':..,.. a 'ir' TI,.. :,..;., th, IT..,... I.. j-.-.ii.-.. nn.- Him .I.-- iMjs.iiessijas noon . Fl ur, in ttds , nutter, in Jti egep,, Su rnrhor ot the II o ? !. , i i .T ,r. Jibs been formally rom?mi:i.cated by the Ar. h'.ihop e f Lyi ns, :ia:e f Fraree T. e ,,,,-..--; (i tz .t slates from Riga, that lho cholera has made its annearance in Livmii-i. nndi-i.-t. Mipreme t.tl I11:1IJV deaths. Cheese, in lbs., 2 l.Wi.lCG : ,vnnl lo thestable ofj. I'. r,lhiui, in llovvdoin Square, U.MTFD STATrs' Sriro Now if wo compare the prices of "min in New ! a" ! "nl n P""" to t ,u' ,,"n ut "r lnw immeduielv, ,,',,, .', " f !, J York and on the continent a th:s tim-atdinHI nn,i m lhl! d,n;rtln ut UV-VM T,,tt '-l ? c "f ''' N'1 we shall observe io h n V , ' 1 . i . '", "! returned at II o'clock, . M., vester.laV. Kt;,U,,0!l Was r,'n":' V is likedy to f 11 I ere ? U" r""r"' required lejal proces was pro- rid IV last, the Khh insta a vided, and f 'ur ofii -ers. (idly rtrep ari d lor any enn rcencv J the ( 5llic(-rs, Professors, am announces that a scientific ec- caused by the erroneous proceedings in the Probate c0,nIlusslon is preparing, at that port, lor its depart-In- ! Co irts. Either this quantity of business must he dimin- lirC' Wll,t tl,e vit'w ot cxldoringjhc ruins of Palenque, on is'ied or thennmlurof the .InJges increased. One more ar:(1 ot''cr scattered vestiges of our ancient civiliza- United Statts' School of 3Iirsiiir.ME?t. Arec- i'cetary tf the Navy, th.s In- pencd at Annapolis (Mi.) ant. At 11 o'clock. A. .I.. remark, and I will close this eoniinnme.-.t;,.n non 1,1 ,,,0e vast forests which Cortes believed to be r T ------ -m, . "t . . ' 11(1 iMidsliitmien sserublefl in siderable nortion of the lifJirnil.m r..lnii. ., ... l i .: untrodden by man. n, - - ' ' f... . i -- - v ... , Minv in j.i;ii ii- e can scarcely escape an arrest ' one ot the recitation rout n.? n,.l ,r :..........:..l i .1. . .... :.,.... c .i. . i c .. t-. . t . - . .."-in.-, uuu iuil in i ess 1 1 im v .1 1 io lies t ji , i u.i ies 1 1 1 iiii -it ro or vi mi nr... .i ... .... r ut r o n t t iirnn mr.1 1.. I .1 OW11UJ3 ijuiewer ii(nn nine rs hive Iwoi r O t.1 i . 1 ..1 .". t . . i ... i"i.;i'i"iii i ,-,-!, us. ,i i.iiih-o i on i ne kc i i ii ri ii at i ne i- , l:.,..i. .... .. i i . . i i , . ... . . . . .--v.t j iuuiuiu in i ' iii c -, raicr or wiif. vt I S I ). Qnnrter. liuh. 1 IS 47 111 25 7? Liu l 15. Q-mrter. 47 i.'i'U. 4 "'a IG 2s..2a . i : . .. . j We h'a r tie h h.d , 7," "Z'xl T rI7,l:,,,,; rooms, and were imj,ressively and ; ties originates from the defective or void preceding Durinjj the hst three mor .dnmufh'VhaVlnJlcerV it-lf Hallway newspapers I l..V2!r.,..iiUf ihe murdered woman ..x.ctly fits" the locks of Ln. hanan, w ho aKo read, and ulustraU d , ought M show the nece.-.ty of a change. England. l,ro!Bc,,uecfh.sb; ' ,th proper commentary, the "Kuh s and Kegul itions" ! llroivnstoa n, Ahr. ö, iIÖ. j? j ! '"' ll,r1,,, pr-enh.Ml f.r the government of the Seh... ; " I Life and heath The no oi;i:nt:y. A Ifamuig, 'iles i. New Ynik, lhese are the prices nn tiie continent before they have been ndeoted by nnv einioent .! ...t n' .. ,i ui inn. nirl iii. suppl.es then are riot siisce; tille of meeting lar---e or- r'-rstnr l!1 l'i0 XA- bnd just h'-en deposited tiers wiiimut a very co it 1.1 ii l-i ().)0 1 nil . .f .,!.!, ...1.:..!. : . i'nuit,;ne estern conn . V ' " "-"O-munons tl(i,.s ns WonM no,v of 01 Juli us more tinn the greatest crop over raised in 1 out a material advance una country, l .. it of 1-1- was K.i,()oO,t ti). Ti.e ' '.lhVjent, if the firm crop of Michigan is comparatively larger that that i Wiscmn?in can obtain of any other State in the Union. With n nn.nlmin,, I ,G Profe a very great ---'-1 U' UlL 4l 11' lisKJ one of the greatest prosperity. I.U.MI.UI T' . ,1 iM .1 I . v II.! I . . I ....... - - - i. .i.i. . 11 iiiiivi vi'ilKtlil ; , . . ) c-r.o ana , ...i c 0-1 I,.. I "'" iary 01 tiie .Navy to him, diM-losinir dis-: At a meeti?,. r n. 1 ;.... 1 t .u. lasts thirtv-thref - ' ' 1 'i 1 1 1 "mi '-'il. ill I."' Tlli'll" ..li.l ..1....II.. I.:.. ..I 1 . . r . ..in. v. u.v ii.uidlll he concluded the ceremony by reading a letter1 n Till I .mil. j . r ... i II Ulli., V OOt.llll- ; .- t 1 1 ... I 1 1 1 ... ' 1 I . I . " , ami iue;uiv, tus views and purpo-cs Af ritMii C'oloitiz ition. Ihe population .f the earth is ; estimated at one thousand minimis, and a generation Vears. Inert-fore in IVA venrs II e in regard s.i.n.nizati.in scu-iy. rcsiUnt at Indi i.,:n!is an.l ,..v..i-ai I."iM!(l.HlH must a 1 !e ' Cm-k,.,,,,,,,!!,- ti ij .-- . - - -- m .... -sau s v'.a 1 M IV 1411b a 11.1 1 I 1 i . 1 1 of nut over 100,0( 0, she raises this year at least 7, OOJ.OOJ budiels of wheat. The quality is aLo of tiie very best. The Central railroad now brings down to Del. oil 10,00 bushels of wheal daily, but the sup ply is so very heavy at .Marshall and the other d-oots ii in : ti o, i i i I no I ir ,i f i.i, v .1... i ii ieii.. oi i iia t . i - i ..i . . . f . i i u ' i i 1 1 t ' .'..-ii ono v'iium.i i'i i iii- .-v - iii m . - " v .iiiv.ui i ivJU 1 . .1 1 I Uli I.HUMliIKe In I 1 aT tl o IWT (il 11: :iIMw i i 1 f hn I . t .....,.....: nsnJerahle rise. ( l the otlmr , bv Livm !nn and Well .'v,.r(,.. r.,r If., i Hice of Ilm.. I.nar IO...I-t.. ,:' ..'. . . ..... , u uppAiuiauou j - - 'o(.i. ' 1 - ' !p i ie - ".'. in in ,.jii.,;..iN, in iv ei:iieuav, i.acii year - "o i.i 'jv ,1.- try could send forth such on in- ie-.c .?.:,. .o l. o o ,..,..1.. ..r . i . . a " I.nr ivnO'-r,.-." U',,,. ! iv. ii. t fi . NüVt;, Lc' 3, lblö, Moil. Isiuc hl.ii kfur.l i-ii s, ,.I.f ,,f t!n ; . , " O.l l -u.tli tl . " 1 " ""v'' "i ooou.es n;i inr nuiv gone Mi'.. i in i' iti't iirt .t" siiih ri..i. , .i . c. . i i, ,. .s i.acn uav, - nit very evteiisive evr.ortc ii iil. I . . - ! mvic ,...l.t;.l..,.t .. n o..: ...r. ....... . , Man ocielj, pu-sidii.g, J.irjjt-. M. liav. Sccrctaiv. Ts r inUU. I..,li,.., ",nv""- ' " ' tr-n.-cl mil losnc M tl.c 1 I!..,,,..,.. . ',. r . ,.. .,- , ,7 . " " c' ""mr " " .-'.' 'I Am.ir.n C'ulu- r ""'r .'7 - , ' I , . . . ' """" iioin iii" i und IMS rid. It sa vs ""-' Ul l W1"i insliat i ji.s a viml-lu acim ii I,,.. lvich s-eeond , . themfrr their whole nrodnct. I a,,,'"mt ot sij.ol, sudam-d m that ciiy. The I Never will our ,rt l... , ' . . ! h,if of tiie s.J.etv i the s,a... . r t '.. .?. I' V U. f'' . , -r!y 1 , f .'. ' , . ... .... - i;'.M in IH II .111 lllll! : ... . v ."'.i.iu, aini 'O-IUIOIU II MM l i,. (,T,.p 111 I 1.1 nc l.i c- I ...... 1 degree oi prosperity, and by heaviest suiierers are. ii. II. Seymour C. . .will, never wil the noble i.hal.nv of In u.t, n.: c 1 t,!,.,lür', " co-operation vviih the f.iemls of the cms,.. , .. . , . "V " l4,KUI,lu'u II1C ntie border, make "the venr on:i;n f,n r, o-mm . , u ....,:.. old Delawnre be if io'n iii Ii. i ...7 .1. . i .After a full confeience with the n-cnt, the full,;vin,es. 't.V "inns is io that ot the deaths as 12 to 1U. The "FEAns" ani "Hulls" of the Stock Exchange are thus described by the N. V. News. The Fulls nro operators for a rise rrcneralK- sell er rC vfnl-. II Ills llllSV se l .l"l r, flint tl.n ..,.....-. . . .t . , ... , . ' i'" cannot io me ucn advantage tor actual holders. The Tears LUtKn,'J risc ns '' awarders re.juire. The arc "destructives." Their whole business is to ao.oo.uo, inu.in corn raised in the United Staffs duce timid holders of stocks to sell not r t....;. , -s.i viii V.IIIIIW Ui IUI II i, ,;sl4llIlU(.u at tweniy-iwo busncis for , advantage. l or instance, any stock, say Norwich and Worcester, which sells at 71. The "hears" will t.' cveiy n,n, w uinn an! chill in the country. a-t-T r. r r r t . . . Scl1 al T'h deliverable in M days. If the stock CCri e I.'idi-ina Journal is trying to croir over the -?,,r.'t r.tt ,. .. ...... .v , ! w iiiii, hid roil .iii liiiiuiner.i ii e nic i mi .1 ., .i 4 1 -...-. iiv, , uuu 11 13 UO ele. tio; of a vv hig cor.gresuian in Florid.., and some other "v.ctorus" of eipjal i inp-irt. It certainly is very excitable and ea-ily gratified. Its Wl ip friend of the Crawfordsville Tress does not appear fo much elated. He says : Thr?re never was a time, perhaps, when the pros peebj appeared so gloomy for the Vhigs, as the t. res ent. On every hand their adversaries arc triumph-; ing, and rioting in the spoils of conquest. Thev are ! j..r...i: 1 1 . . ueieaitu in aimosi every election 111'' no line! t, -.:i 1. 1 1. ....... p. 1 1 . " ' itiwin-j, .v.e., uy WHICH some female or elderly gentleman is frightened into a Pale at 7:1. This the Hear takes and delivers at 73 j, making a quarter per cent. Joun JoxEff, frmerly editor of the "."Iadisonian" and familiarly known as John Tyler's pet, has been appointed d'overnor of Iowa. The above is travelling the rounds. There rertnin. So far from being ly can be no truth in it. It would certainly be ;. s... " iii uiT.-ir t u 2' r Vi ixu'r cannot ...it , . f . with the loa .!-r.-o of certain!-, calculate u;U the , c "' t'd'U" '" ba"ch" Vam "' ls'f"'- ciecwon oi a borough magistrate." New Vourc Cirv Nomin vrioN-.s. There arc four (VrUnder the head of "eoithets" Alorrlson makes ; ticl.cts in tiie Held this fill, in New York City, the fome insulting allusions to us. We should think that Whi" ticki;t. democratic, Native and National lie he ought to be the very hst man in this community; furCicrs- tO COUrt a D2rson it n-nfrm-eretr t.,t , t:i. ( ...... , f I,. . nv; llj . II 1 II IV I otherwise. Very well : all we hive to say is that ! hi5 course will probably bring up some old reminis- j cences about b'.ii'xts and boots, and so on, that will not be altogether uninteresting. TilE OriOM QUESTIOV. It is reri.rted.snv tho ril. LrJger, that the Dntisii nunister his proposed ' rtTrteJ a,lJ believed that Ir. Calhoun will return to 07"" Fe r fx t Dufour, Esq., has been appointed Post master ut Vevay, in the place of Judge Clark son, re moved. Mr. Dufour is the most competent man for the otl.ee in the place, and a man of unquestionable integrity. .. l . . ( ........... - ...... u.i., ii iiiiuiiai v aiii):iieu: American Exchange Hank of New York, g,M0, and ' r 'f ' UCi'"mU to nf f);,s a '"bination as that i JlesoluJ, That the oierp.i.e of Af.icn Colonization ha various !esscr sums. A Iar-e reward is oTered fr i a"tl"71,U Ts, to w"1 V'i('ir 5"PIrt. We speak .! d n-.w manifotiy an 1 upuso mably ,wccvs " reuaru is o.n rol lor plainly, frankly, advisedly painful though the duty '" ,u ,, ,ldc,'c to suppress tl,0 slave t.aae, t . civ.iie am its recovery. I-our suspected persons have been ar- he." c itluisti.m.ze Afiica, and to atloid a Imme of ii.depfmhnci rested at Clevehind. Anti-Kent Feelini;. An immense meeting is re ported to have been held in Andes, X Y., ard very strong resolutions passed. Threats are made that the streets shall flow in blood, before Van Steenbur-rh has 1 I 1 ' j i c . . " il lite i I anJ us lulne-s tu Hie lue col.,ieJ po; uliti ui of this c.ui.ti- ! Fmt Tinv t ir V -ri U' tl,c.c"sluvcJ wh mV be tm.iutipatcil with a view i.m. iEation to inn West. I he emigration west- to rmLMa-ion. I J-ach year, Each day, Each hour, Each minute, Each eecond, :w,ooo.ofio 1,('!H - us ( vcr 1 a.u wie jus: season, by the way ot the lakes, j9 saol Resolved I l.at the Rev. B. P. KvanauÄh i liea.tilv wcl- ! fjrNino diUerent stvlesof door lo ks, with numcr- to have exceede.1 that of .any ptevious year. A cor-1 'm'' l0.ll" Amencai. Colomzitiot, ous new latches, knobs and trimmin are now made respondent of the Albany Evening Journal, states ! r TeVc V rnM ' y a,nhVII,Zr! ,"J '-i---i e to a great extent in New l av" i Ccun and O'Connor can he executed. What this !,,.., w ' th.. ,,0 ' ! M: 1 Mlu l!? Pul i .5 US:U a' ' 131 nc f al1 ".ni.ntions of Chr- rm-ments nave been introduced in the manufa, .-......, , . .. j iui ,I1V3.' j: - sejisun inakinir l(Ml( l)l i,t ,,.,nm i.-ir i . ' - ii.mii i.iMT nail iii lensi will amount to remains to be seen. fclT"If the private correspondence of the whig edi tors and politicians were published in the pa me") pen .lllrl ii nttt ii.'. i i. . . n.. I.... : I i ir . ...... in i.iii.-i as iii.ii. in which .icivenzie s were emigrants, gomg to make their homes in the West. I ine F.triTs. The produce of an .apricot tree in pnmplikt gives ,!,e Idlers of tl I.,vo Von,, ,Um' f, O , l"" 'M"-"ler rlhcr) -., ,M ru ,, ,,0 r,i ,,;,llt r .,r Ä f ftÄ between them. So says the New York Herald; and wner took slh besides reserving onou-rh. who is green enough to doubt its assertion ! 'r ",n,iy ' to be worth at the prime rate 11 more. " The pears were carried to Hosten by railroad, and the in i.us siaiC oe, ami they aie lieicLy very ienectfullir i these articles, and the works are Iar-e .m,1 rfi ,?!,. lequesUJ lo mvc the Kev. 11. p. k'a van j.i!i au oi.t.oitnn.iv incre.isiri.r rWL- ,,!,, ti..,M .. n.. lrl ,.J I of u,uti,,J; the claims of the CoI.,iz.,ti..n cn.c piize hoi 00(1 A-e of idne In ,b r V. t 0 , r f fore .he l.enevoleni a. J Cluiii,,, cm.nui.itv of Ii i State i ,, 1 ' ' ' J K f ,nab-gany Jlesoh-cJ, That the Kditais of the newspapcis of ihis Mate Xvnvvr' -(M tons ol jroI1i lO.tWll lbs. of of all political puties be, aiid they aie hciety vety rcpict- uravs-;) cas ' nails 10(10 boxes of glass, l.00 Itiily lequesd J to call public attention to the claims of ti.e gallons of varnish, 13,01 Ml lb, of wire UKKMI lbs of I Viihect tlte,',li' h '-tc4 mm pbtes of looking glass, besides other I Jl.solvrd, That ll,e formation uf Toocty S-cictie anJ the ! T I 'innZ II,C,,tion- IIg employs 75 j re-oi.iuz.itiUii ol the Mate Society a,c dt-hable and ad- , 'M M per annum, and makes VOU clocks vised. ' ner day. or ;)().0()0 a vrnr l.',.,,. ,i 1 t , i - ' ' --..-.. a . wl, I. ill 11 l.lSfliU..';td . , - viovai vised. ' per day. or .nl.OOO a lo..cfu, in.ii a ecmii.utce ie appoititcil of the- iei.lent "1:1U(- l) luaciiinery, pears were carried to Kosten by railroad, and the, ,,i,,cl"'s a,,1 Kccis of the State Society and othci fiiendi 1 ' ! if ihn JIM .w . .1 ll ' . 1 ' I Cinr.nr.nv. (loy. Jones, of Tennessee in l.U ml ' r"rcii;iH t was desirous ot contractin g for the nro- , 1 lIU " -ope.an ,ii u ill, the liev. dress to the I ei ! ,,rn , r H , ' 1,,re uf the same tree f.r ten years to come These K-,v-,l"a,IJ, "'e -o. -..ni.ti n of the su,e Su- urrM.stothc f.eguslature of the St ite, Fays thr.t there . tU() e-imnles show tl-.t f i I i i c c,0,y 5 W,,,J, c"m,n'f' "H ( the Mm,. I,,ac are in the .State more than two hu-idred and lif.e tl ' , ,'; n 1 , ,m,l t"" forccast i 1M Viulvnt. Ka .c Coo, Treasui, James M u v -m,I ciiil Iren b t we mi 1 1 r ". 1 ' II,llVatC Jrmt when the Country was first set- Secu-U.y, W.lliaa, SheeK, S-ml Meuii. a,,d J.,mes in saiiil i liil.il i. ii, bi.'tweeii the ages of six and twenty one lied, are reaping a rich reward, ft is ,.. ? n.ana-e,. uith his Kxfellenrv. J.,mr, U'l,,., .. .. :V - .IV. ,., IUU .. ... ' - - .',.iuil 1111 years." If persons 'Jl years old arc children, where I latL 10 fu,,ÜW M) r0,1 an example, does the (Joverr.r find his men 1 PiTTsnrnriii Canal. Tiie Philadelphia I,0d "ys that the several Pennsyhanii Transportation1. Man u FA CTf r r.s in Tenn essee. There .o rn n, lnCJ ! man nny cotton fctori( s m Tennessee. They cm- isiiiii u.iu.iuy uuoui iu,in.t bales of cotton. Tliere ham tt . tt it k, John O.ok anJ John Wilkins I'.us IJ ..... I. - I ... ""ira, i nai ine Kin.i ai.a ii'-mi.t' c attenti to the A I lie. ui C'ol.iii iti.in I'nii'i tu it. in ,:.- :. ... . - - . ..... ... .111. I .1 I . situ ... ri illy invested for Ihe ller. Mi. Kavan.,u-h in hii elhu 's UiV t(,!(Jr" pafion. A Time-Keei ING 1 'race i. et. We saw, Fay the New Wk Mirror, a few days since, at Mr. Thomas (-nine hank's jn Eroadway.one of the most ingenious and curious peices of ornamental jewelry that we have witnessed. It is a bracelet of chaste ami eh -ant Worktuanshin beaut if.. 11. .,....,11..! I.-..:.... :".i ,,,, . . , ii r .... no. i.v ii. i n. i hl: in i ne i n ol -llfricmts ccntre a smull j ....:;. lirifina. ,S IU. , , - , v.. . ,, v, Mllllll- tu Ilm f, .... Ii-,- . : ii .... i r. ijv loiicring a si riii". the Ir. Calnoi-v. The U.ii non says : " ft i? now to sub nit this question to arbitration, and that Mr Buchanan, the American Secretary of State, is will- ing to acquiesce, bat that he U overruled by the President. (feSr'The late J udge. Story was not an early riser, remarking that it wan better f.r one to be wideawake when he did rise, than merely to rise early. That uitj m: very well. 4 1 O & . i . . . 4-. me ena:c or tne United States at the next session of Congress. Companies have resoUe.l nt tn ' . , , i ; """. 'IVCU 111 '""ng and weaving , ........ v v. ..v i i. ii ii; i 111 lrl if 1 I ,ir ill l ni nil nn. -,... I ... i . . is "...i;... v.iv.i ..mu nw,,, J cans. I. isnn iteriTv nem-ü I ' - j, l .iii.-. i.., m . transnnrtnf inn tn Poti.,,-.,;. .. r, ,t i ., . ! i i ' ' ...ä u.lt. ui- eievenin ol Ao-;-1. ' ueuucKing arc madeat Lebanon, Shelbyville vcuuer. I Franklin and W indiOstnr A I tun 'i , --... ..... . , I ii ii .. mii. iiniiii.. . . .., - - - - i. ii Delegates. Messrs. Calhoun and Elmore have been selected by tiie Governor of South Carolina as her delegates fur the Convention of Memphis. ÖCä" Elder Harrison, of Vincennes, was drowned on the evening of th 2Ut nit., in attempting to ford the eastern fork of WLite K iver. Stealing Editorials. An editorial article of ihe Cincinnati Herald was recently stolen by the Cleve land Herald, and ugain stolen from the Cleveland tr....i i I... . . ... x.ei.uii uj me. Cincinnati tlas. J Jiat s what called "travelling the rounds," wc suppose. is Texas. Our forces at C nea m e.( 1 . . , 'o o.iieu in me manufacture or t he r.rn f.. 1 i, sv... .v. nillliB cotton and woollen negro clothing. One half of inese nanus are l-lacks Uavcs, of course and thev are said to be expert in almost every department. " Colored Voters. The colored people lately held a convention at Geneva, N. V.. at which a rf4d,it; 1 o: . : . ". ; was, p;i.ss.u uisri.imccueg i iicmsel yes with the "third aiul ine piopiieloitf of puMic cdi ve.vanti s aie poticuJailv c,-"ier-picee ( lis, and beneath it is discovered a inv ited t t.:oHp.rt the .Vent i.. h to,rs through the Mate watch rf ihe si.e of a J cent i-iei c r.eifi ct in all its la advancing this i.t itct. fire of ch ir'p i v . ' , i ui us Desired, That the member ofCW.es, ,-f ihU s,te : . - ' ,"tlt'fr time With unerring hdility. Seeatois and heiaeM nta ivt s. Ie, ami vu v ate ..." ,Kt m ted With the hracelet, and is in itst if a ... I .1 I , . . J mini ifnen ..,.!. n'i., il .. I . . . . 1 iioiuivu tun-lies i lepieseru iiie iiuiiaiu Colviiiizatinii So- ,"",,llUM- -ui !. i niai i.us no t'fpiai in tills c.tv cer eicty and the fiiends of the cau-e in thi Stale, il the An- 1 tainly. niial Meetiiii! of the American Cdotilz ti n Society at Wash I - Z'!, """" ' j , P;"-..T fi..n C,.v.-TI,o ...liter of n.iln- , -UT at rpus tl,nst, amoi,nt to' party " abolition wta. They intend to cast their votes rfy . ()i.O men, and m ire on their way. They arc tor liberal minded men, irrespective of party i.xcellent health and spirits. The Mexican im..-I . 1 ' excellent health and spirits. The Mexican troop the l:o Grande do not exceed 'JOO. (iovernor Veil, of Arkansas, declines re-election to' Cngrcis8. t.e, and thi-y a.e heicby u-specfully lequcstcd to ouohsh 1 1 lrU 11 lvu lMl:lT "iml 'lCce L ' S- irrencv, f the date these proceed.... ' : of 1SK1, which he t.'iu- descr.bes : -It ma'y be detected Andthcnieetin.adj m.ned ibv its ring, wiüch will prove its being made of some JamM.IUv. Sec,e!'r -:'C BlXlK at. j glided w hite metal. The die by which lt ,,s been stamped is well engraved; r.t d without ri-, The Legislature of Vermont have refused the anni; cation of the Troy Conference Academy to confer 1 on T,,-d-y 1 :lst and acquitted. Tue testimony, we certain degree, upon young ladies and tfcntleroen of" !w .1 Wa8 ' n M"?ns sutIicienl establish th.,t instauiion. kcntltmen of, her guilt though quite sulLcient to have created sus- Vpicioii. Lexington Observer . the eonnterteits will n, n -, J 1.. i ... The negro g,rl, Emily, belonging to C. M. Clay, told that they have been minu'rously circulated " iwj indicted for attempting to take the life of his trCUlalCd' child by poison was tried in the Payette Circuit Court More Brass Hates, with i..in. ; , . .ii . 1 ... ui. T.ijviiuin tongue, the key to which has been delivered to a new prophet, named Strang, have been recently found in iseonsin. fhe multiplication of bo many plates speaks greatly their title to credibility.