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-JL I ?! i! i ii I.AN.SIM5 STATE REPUBLICAN ri ki M oh yiu, Atmw ic. inst. Tl Prtmluia LWt. We acknowledge the receipt of a copy of the Premium Lit of the State Agriculture Society of M chigan. The ' Lit" is q aite vol amnious, covering for-tv-sren pag-, and is ia great detail. A wile range is tak'-n in products and manufactures open to j remain, especially in agricultural imple ment, n'jcli as the f ollowlng: j. ,.t ii.j U( ..f n :j eartia lloma fl .': '' l! i,D.!- t buru, !--. :.. ur. i-i-i. ft- n-l !.-, .f nk, .t t-'j'.'.i .' ;oe. 2 w 2 oo Tnls premium is highly appropriate, as this particular " arming Implement" i about the ...... tn. wl.lrli the hi-rhlv nrevailinz and popular breed of hores the Morgan lilack Hawk, tan le hitched to with advantage. i:.it K.il Koad ctr silver me UL Appropriate also, especially if adapted to run on roads on which the rails lie crosswise, as they mostly d' hereabouts. Ie-t lot of bra- work diploma. I thi not an invasion upon the rested rights of the legal prof.s-ion A monopoly of 44 brass In been their prerogative, time out of mind. lU-'t ornamental t-tatnary diploma. IVf A natuary is out of vogue. We fear tin sWietv u,j w r .!.- le, 1' i -' f"m-' of 'driniii" ut.ri-ils." unless their committee are t-barj. H- st collection f ''il Paintings, dip. and $5 IS-t spe cimen of Ornamental Printing, dip hilr a diploma narry a V for the poor prin t. r alas hi luck. emrtT honors, without the lime fall to hi h,-e. They do well to remem b-r him for l.v the iinr.Vrii.-i.ts of his toil, he is a fHW'ip-i!;t of all trt J. s. He has the sh ops t-rfit of the farmer, the bank and oioin of the fn-tneh-r, the planer and mallet of the carpenter the furniture of the cabinet maker, the quods of the grammarian, the pi of the baker, the tdiootln Hick of the hunter, the columns of the MiMi-r, th age, pear!, arid diamond of the j 'we'.l'T and the d-h of the insn of fashion. They did !! to r nu mber the printer, if only with a I'ip'ott.ti. JJ.-st rai.d j.iiir.o f'r I'onrert n, dip. aii l '' This n'ji.-iituril implement is designed f-jr ol I fsiiow p!-iirifr, wilh aiule team. ISe-tt pailor pitr.w, srand, cabinet, or e-juare, dijiloma arid ?J 0" This irnpVment is uied priiicipn'.Iy f.r cros j.h'iri, on inel'ow foils. l!.at riarhir r.r-'tn. di!loii)a and j ( The u'! of this instrument is confined et In MTely to orjMiiV formations. I!et nielodeon, diploma and This agricultural implement has entirely dis placed the loom, the bi "pinnin-wheel and the small f -.t wheel, accordingly no reference is made t' tl e-e oM-'an!-! cot,cern. Their rnu ic was monto!ious. Rrt assortment of Mu-ica! Instruments f ir an Orc!ietra, diploma. If Orpheus of I succeeded in moving trees, and in jrrn lin down hills, by the mere power of in7!e lute, what mar not be effected by a whole Orche-tra. in th war f clearinj up a new country '. le'st a-'ortriient of Musical Instruments fr a H md, diploma. Sine ? the rernarkabh; fcientific discoveries of Jihn riienix. who cviruiiicd the comet and other II .-.iveiilr holies, by the ail of the intru ments of the I'rbin i Ilnis IS.ind, the sphere and ujefii!ue-s of thitclis ff Agricultural Im I dements. I. .is heroin,- r'vitly extended. In fhf rt tine tli.it mef ihu-ss will be successfully ap ph.'il to heavy Iibor, i:i cl. a-in and breakin I-heaps i!I ri-"' in quick-time, and rosewil lows will be hurried under the turf, to soh-mc nnrehes. The od c f prassy cre. will roll over to tie pxl old tune of 4 speed the plow." W re.-omrneiid the Ktecutive Committee to prac l:iy on the Fa;r 'Iround on these Agricultural Itnp'enierits, to ascertain liow Jre a rrp of di-cord cm be raised to the nre, in the shortest time, under Ml weathers. The l''.eri! su-ii of one hundred an 1 siity three dollars is offered on Iilaek Hawk and Mor f?-i Horses, ;m 1 only two dollars on best pair of 'Fn -y Kibbits." We Insist that this proportion is mj-irt to the Fancy U ibbiis. I.lack S'i:rre are left out altogether. Some prefer thetn to Morpan Itliek Hawks fir action, temper and en dur ii.ee. I :i phalli must Iixik. to her laurels in competing f r thee pre-niums ns out f one hundred and forty nine persons in the Lower I'cninsula aetin n ro nmittees of award. Hon. Ihirman Fell ot Hunker II. 11, and Franklin La Hue, Esq. of I.an .in;, are the ile Kepres-ntatives of the capita! coirity. F.iir. October 4th, 5th, f.'.li and Tth llrnlh of linn. A. II. llMnarom. This gentleman died on Thursday, August 1th on Ixvird the La ir F.lgin, between Marquette and his home Ontonagon. He was born near Saco, Miine, in 1SI", but removed with his pa rents Very early to Macomh county, in this State He pa-ed some years at school at Hamilton, N Y., alter which he returned to Pontiac, and en tered the ollice of Hon. Randolph Manning, as Undent. Mr. Han-coin was admitted to the bar in Mar, Iv", at Pontiac, and at once entered upon hril.i mt and fuccessfal career of practice. II legal perceptions were clear, he was eloquent quick, of imperturable good nature, and unbound e l resources. He was without conceit, vanity or egotism, was of the kindest temper, and the tno!t getii.d address and social maimers. As young mart he had almost every grace of person mind and manner", ar d but for one fatal infirmity would have realized, to their fullest catcnt, the high anticipations of his friends. Mr. Hanscom served in several public capaci ties with credit. He was Clerk of the House of Representatives in IS 12. He was Speaker of the House in the year IS 15. He served in Mexico as captain of volunteers, at the head of a company of Lis own raising. He was a member of the Constitutional Convention of 1S5i and at the time of his death he was Prosecuting Attorner of thj Upper Peninsula, and engaged in the ac tive duties of the office almost np to the hour of his sud len death. Mr. Hanscom was tice married first to MUs Forsyth, daughter of D. A. Forsyth, of Clarkson, Monroe Co., N". Y., arud neat to MLsa Weller, sis ter of Aug. Weller, Esq , of Lansing. Poor Hanscom! he hardly had an enemy in the world. He disarmed enmity where it exist ed, by his imperturable good nature, his pleasant manner, and his real generosity of heart. Iiis tntire self possession, his grace, intelligence, and natural fast-, made him a welcome visitor in all circles, while his instinctive abhorrence of inflict ing pain, or of wounding the feelings of others, attached to him all whom he met. Mr. nanscom was an active Democratic parti san, without the first spice of bitterness. He was a brilliant political speaker; and having rc- ourees oi the brain sufficient to cope with the topici of the canvass, he was content to leave diatribe, ir.vt-ctive and personal abuse, to those lose mental sphere was more c.rcuniscr.oed. Mat he rest in peace ! The L.ie, white-crest- .i wares of OM .Superior rod at in to a i- sands from her depths cover his bosom, but , ere are many who started in life with hi-n in ; hose hearts his srood q jnii'.it s w ill be 44 freshly rememlered." : Speaking of his death, the corres-or. J-nt of ' aa e Detroit 7W...' rUes the follow remark- able facts : UH; .. re to rec. ive the Pad news ! , ..c... ..t,... ,.t .. '.r r.rei. i.timet.t or ! .u.n ,,eh he had the oi 'Kt before hi- death. 1 y1 . . , , r..l hatUiiist BinsuLir she had relavd i.,-r A.. .which w so -rote? im-!iis. rsaed'upon her mind that '' expn --ed the .v. , . . . hs-Iief that he was deid, or wouei be returt.e-i to oot r.a.. n.-r iiream ir -er.ieii mm cm;ii; to her re-i deter carne-1 on a v.aro, as ir.e r e ppeared to tho-e who had hea-d the pr.-er.t:- ment. as l.;s i,. Kir was carrtei irom i -e x-. f r,a-t the ttizelow H his lit.- re-i 1-nce. by six pall- arers cf theol h -t :tlz-r.s of the town. I am not a belL-ver in drean:, but this is :l r;:j- coirici h-r.' e, a:. 1 as there m ,- r.o .lou'.t Of its i-telice, I r.;IiT ; it f-,r l! -r n v. i on ,r the curious in s-U'-h tn ife rs. TlIK nr.. 1 t i'ami.. T:. I:-... to I. troit f: o-n tt;. 'r i k. ar.d the A l' -rt , ; I of C..:.(r-.l re-l-it to the Ca-.al 1 a-:iiCir.ces th;it r.t to be cl.-sed liavi.'.lti ..n. The ei a i-It to S.iut ri (i ; on Tue 1 iy, .i t with the c .ri- l-t St. Mary's Fall .r.g the pres.-i.t s-.-a- ri oi ! :i the I. rar.g'-r J.ar 1 of C.r.trl I ivo t. Mary', returning in nd have perf.-ct.-d .iu ai tractor, by which the Cinl i not to be cl 1 until the end ' f uavizitiori f.,r the seaon. by he t- rms of a s ;pple!n. i.t iry cr.rraft which hai t..t... ;,.. ..-.. ... l:rl 1 fti. contraetfu. t!.e r,: V o'l .:. IT:-:-'e oi me .a..u requ'.rcl r y i::e or:; r at ,-' . . -i .- i ... : . . i... .1,.. Urtween the cloi:.:' '-f naria'ion th.s fi.I and the winter f;o-t-, and lot. ri the breaking up of the i'e in the rm r 1 t'e- u-ua! time lor opening the Cam1, l.i '' is about ihe -'.th of May. Inuring tne winter tvivr n to be ht into the Canal to protect it agair.t the fro-t :o tiO work is to t.e d'.ne cri the iri-ide of the ,'ar.al during that time. The change has been made in the ori.'it..il contract, at tho airno-t unan imous request ! the peojde of the Upper Ihniu sula. and of those, generally, et gj.'ed in the Lake Superior tra le. Though it w ill add some- hat to the i xper:e, the i;.,.trd f Control felt authorized to incur it out of consideration for the public interests, as well of this a of othr States. We have no doubt they wiil he fully su-talned in the course thev hsve t oieii, e--o ciahy as the ex pense, is t come from the Carai fund, ari-itig from the tolls a-- -sed upon ves-.-ls pa-y'.ng through the Canal, arel not from the State Treas- urv. Thus this subj-ef, which ha causal con siderable uneasiness arnor g those inten-sted in the Lake Superior trad, l a- been finally put to rest, and in a way ntire'y -a'i-f ictorv to them. Another4- IRH." Th it fata! proclivity which manife-tel i self in the I're-1 Scott ca-., is, ac cording to lie; -. l. iriM', a ini.i io mjo it-. If atin. That journal says: Another oritiortunitv to serve Haverv is to be given to the United States Supreme Court. There are two laws touching the slave trade, one of which that of 11? prescribes only fine and imprisonment for the Mime class of offenses which are puni-hed as pincy under tie- l.wof 1S2'. Southern Juries will convict under the firt, but not under the second, although in so fir as it covers the omi" ground, it would, no. cordingtotheusu.il n:h s of interpretation, rc peal the former. A ci-e will probably be nnd up and Sent to Wa-hir.gton, where a decision, and we know not how m my .. r d-rt.t pre etitlv to be claimed a j.os-c-sinu' the force of decision-, mav be givi.n, that will :i(hrd a fresl impetus to the new -lave tra le." A Vir.ii.asT Kmtoi;. The editor ot the Lan sing Journal canies his -(rutin of political op ponents into the latder. A scrutinizing and vi ilatit partizan, speaking of a l;ij,ubll- in market- man who wa prosecuted la-t week, for sellin mutton by a less quantity than the quarter he says : 44 He could sell a quarter of meat to i,,te of his partizan friend, ari l lie divide it up with his po litical favotites, and thus reward a seiv.oeaM. tool at the expense of our citv butcher. Ther are a great many holes in a skimmer." What a 44 Kitchen Cabinet" m-mlter the edi tor of that natT would have nnd-. if he had been bom soon enough. A CoMI'I.I MFVT. We don't I.Kv.iV- OjiV co plinietit, but We do SO thi time, hec:ile hope Republican Will tike the advice nt tllit zealous, sound and able journal, the iMroit 7V- fi'inr, and uhcribe at onee. That paper av 44 It is desirable for any J ar ty to have a rel hie, sagacious, able arid well-conducted partv journal at the State capital, and Mich decidedly have the Republicans of th.s State in th.; I.an sing V.i,V U j.uWf.iu. It is edited by one of the oldest and i:.o-t a nqdi-he I nienib. r of the Western pre, who, ev.-n v.'uh his former reputation, nukes now a better paper than ever. Such a paper fhould be well H'.:tained fy the Republicans of Michigan. New Kino ok Wiikst. The Hillsdale Stand ard, gives some account of a new variety of wtieat. It is railed "l at .Mountain. It savs that II. P. Hitchcock, Eq., in the fall of 1".V sowed about a half pint, which he obtained from the Patent Office at Wa-hington, from which he raised and sowed three quarts in the fall of 'o from which he sowed three bushels, (on three acres) last fall, and I. as this season harvested I'-rrnl'i tro bushels, which weighs ',7 lbs. to the bushel. It is a white kernel, medium size and very hard. Mr. H. oilers a portion of this wheat for seed at P.otwi k 4V Co's. store. Tils Ci'l or Mrs. Shaw. The Ronton and Worccter Railroad Company have settled th: cae of Mrs. Shaw of N'eedham, who was injured upon their road some eight years ago, by th. payment to her of f2"," the total of the ver diet and cost obtained by the plaintiff in the Supreme Court. This is the third verdict, the company moving for a new trial, and getting a larger dee rich time. The first was 1, . Mktiiorn Evir.RiSTS to Utah. A Salt Lake letter to the X. Y. Time says "the westward immigration increases dailv. Xi-w comers seem glad to halt and recruit them elves and their an! ma!s in this valley, after their long journey. The class of immigrants is of a high order, an Michigan up to this time sends by far the larges number, althongh Illinois and Iew.i are well re presented." Pi ATii. Hon. E'.isha Litchfield died at Care novia, Madison county, X. Y.. on the 4th inst in the 1 1th year of hi age. Mr. L. lived in On ondaga from 1S1 to lsl. ne was elected to the lower houe of Congress in 1 S2' and was a member of the Assembly in IS-'l, 15S3, and 1911, serving as Speaker through the latter session. Blosdin "Waiks" tomorrow. The .Vitt? ri fatl Gazett' in ."peaking of the conclusion of Dlondin's last great feat sajs: Blond in was called on for a speech, but speech-making not be U15 in his line he declined, and merely announ ced that he would walk the rope again on the 17th inst., when he will carry a man on his back. State Land. Our realers will remember that it u stated last week that Hon. J. W. Sanborn, Commission er of the State Land 0ce, had refused to make a conclusive sale of the Cpper Pe.nir.sula School Lar.ds, ur.t'J Le cou!d have tice to consut the At.orriev General. The Commissioner of the Lia j 0;gce iVSz been freq ientlr reqaested by Svrhjol i persons d-iirir. to purcha-e tne Fr.a.ary l s,anip U;,d ;a the C. P. to bring them into C0ljC Ui,i to aivertise the sa-ne for sale, . ! without bein aware ot tne Ma'ute oi isio, pro :, - - , ,i . . i. f f :.ra! Land without Le . . ' ". , , ;.: i .. ' ,t t . i ... Av, t cf. ,f j t j v a:r.nnw'i Tit ri.r miiitr- i - fubm-tuas its vaiii.ty mm ... . . .... rah The following note is in reply to his cn- ir;f.a ia tal regard f1 ETF.OJT. AuUSt '.th, lS."i?. IIos. J. W. Sanbors, Csn'r State Lanl OJiet: If:p. S:f. Ia regarl to your verbal inquiries a', to the propriety of selling State Lands of acy description containing mines or mi:ira!s. I beg to -av : That Section 3 of the Act of Iclv, (Se :o?i Laws '!, p. :.,) to be t jund ia the Com piled Laws, vol. , p. i ..5, (not repealed,) pro vide: "That all lands known to contain mines or mmerais, w:,:c!i no are or may i.erca.ier be come the .roperty of this State, shall be reserved from sale by the authorities thereof, untd direct ed to be sol I by and under such regulations as the Legislature sluli hereafter precrioe. ' It will therefore be your duty ia every case where the f ict has come to your ktiO ledge that the tract in question c intains mines or minerals, or where you have good reasoa to presume that it doe, to withhol 1 it from sale; and this though it mav have feen once offered for salo in the course of bu-ineis of your department. The clause above cited shows it to be the policy of the State to retain all her mineral lands until hhe ha!l become better acquainted with their situa tion and talue, and until she has made some mor." particu'arand fitting regulations concerning That this is sound policy no one can doubt, for it is quite evident that our knowledge of the extent, situation and value of the mineral resources of the State is vet in Us infancv. On many tract of the Primary School Land, as well as the Swamp Lands, of the Upper Peninsula, have been discovered valuable deposits of iron and copper ore; and surely it is for the interest of the State that such lands should not be sold at t':.e u-ual low rate at which other lands are sold. I notice that section 10, of town 54 north of range z west, lying near 1'ortage Lake, m Houghton county, has been applied for. Ry the report of f'r. Chas. T. Jaekon, on the geological and mineralogical character of tho Upper Penin sula, dated Xov. 1 131', to be found in part 3 of volame ?, of the Executive Document. (House) first ses-ion thirty-first Congress, I discover that 1 he west half of this section is noted as mineral l-mdt. If it be such in fact, I arn of opinion that the law prohibits its sale; and that until it shall be show n to your perfect satisfaction that the report is in this respect erroneous, your duty is to withhold it from st'e. This report, though not perhaps entitled to be considered conclusive as to the fact that such lands do contain mine rals, and not a document of which the Sta'e au thorities are bound to take notice at the risk of violating the State statute, is vet the result of labotious scientific research on the part of I'r. J. and those who aided him, and therefore entitled to much credit in determining such a question, and t'uiding your action in this respect. I there fore am of opinion that u should w ithhold this tract fiom sale. I will a!o a l l, that should a ca-e occur w here, alter a certificate lias issued but before a patent has been obtained, it should appear that in f tot the land contains mines or mineral of any considerable value, known to the purchaser at the ti:ne of hi purcliasj, tlie certifi cite should at once be revoked; for to proceed further, arid complete the s!e by issuing a pat ent, would clearly be illegal. Very respectfully yours, Ac., J. M. HOWARD, Attorn ft (Jtnrral, Saik or XicokoKS. Arthur Stephens sold at CulpaperC. IL, Va., August 1st, sit hkely young negroes, at the following prices: Oae boy, 14 years of aire sold for I,2"5; one aged 13 years, J I, ":."; one 11 years of a f, $1 """; one aged '. years, one aged s ear, Slo; and a girl ag.-d . years, f .",;'.. This is an average of about 1 , m r,. Tliee prices are unprecedented, when if is remembered that all of the nesrroes -.v.-re under fifteen vears of age. A liooi. Iiij-.. The assessors iu Ohio, under an act of the Legislature, have endeavored to ascertain the total number of sheep killed and injured by dogs during the year lt.j'. The re tort s from only a few counties disflite a fearful amount of slaughter. In eleven counties, 7,' 54 -he ep were killed, and 7,o.o wounded, tho ag gregate lo-s being A DhMocr.ATic Ei.iTon os tiik Aoiiimstra tion. The Petersburg lnttU'oju.ttr says that Mr. Koger a Piyr, in one of his speeches, said that corruption in the 'lovernment had Income so general and pervading at Washington, that it was not considered disparaging to a man's social relations, that he was supected of complicity in schemes to defraud the (loverunient ! A Xew Deal. Fernando Wood, Edwin Cros well, and a host of Xew York Hards, are at Al bany, to negotiate terms with the Soft Democrat ic State CoMmittee, headed by Dean Richmond and Peter Cagger. The object is to obtain a fair deal in the effort to pack the next Charleston Convention. Wood is supposed to represent the Wie interest, and the Softs that of Pougla. Sr ate Prison Contracts. The Detroit Tril c says that Mes-r. Sprague, Withtngton and Cooler, successors of Pinner and Lamson, State Prison contractors, have just taken r contract for the lalior of from 25 to 5 men to be employed 'n the manufactue of thrashing machines, grain mills, hamc3 and harness trimming. They are taken at ?.5 cents per day. Strawberries Mrs. William P. Danna, of Per.-y, Me., has preerred ar.d put up for future use, during the past season, fifty-seven hundred pounds of strawberries! Only think of it ! Three tou$ of preserved strawberries! Add the same quantity of sugar, and we have ncar'y six tons of preserves enough to fill six or eight molasses hogsheads. Changs. The East Saginaw Enterprise saya that Kev. Mr. Engle, late of Tort Huron, has ac cepted a call of the Protestant Episcopal Church of this city, and is now here, and, we are inform ed preaches oa Sunday forenoon, in the Common Council room, afternoon at Buesa Vista HalL Sickles Auono the 4 Garretts." It is sid that Hon. Gerrett Smith has written Hon. Dan iel E. Sickles a lutter, approving the condonation of his wif"s offence, and has invited him and his wife to visit Peterboro. Goisa Up. Mr. D. M. Cook, of MansSeld, Ohio, has fled a caveat in the Talent Office, at Washington for a firing machine which he is building. Sick or it. -Thomas McElrath announces his retirement from the Century, of which he com menced the publication last Xorember. nih of Hlrwm II- Andrw.. HlraaiR. Andrews, a wealthy aad respected LiRot, August Sth, citizen of Detroit, c:ed after a sickaess of six- Mr. Hoswze.: teea hours on Friday, Aug. 11 at 3 o'clock P. iW S.-0a Saturday evetiir.g hst Mrs. Jo Mr. at his residence, of a disease resea.bUcj seph Avis, residing oa section thirty -tve, i i the cholen. township cf Locke, ia this county, died suddenly Mr. Andrews has beea known to us long and , under the fallowing circumstances : Srie ate her well, aad doubtless also to many of our readers. I supper as usual, ani weut inn the street to miik. lh engetlc, successful and popular Ivudiord : aid of 44 Andrews Rail Road Hotel, wncn tie kept ; ena .arew. u iwm Detroit for more than t wentv vears, aai wh: we believe he built. 10 We learn br the Frt Prut, which cotttalr.s - afeajrttr oblWArr. lh.it Mr. Andrews wa bora i ia Homer. Cortland count v. X. N.. July - . .1..., .vt., .:, t tim cf hU death a little I i - , .. . , v t-. or 7P. ii. s iaiuer 1 farmer ia iaierate circumstances. When te was fourteen years of ae his parents removed to Xew Lisbon, and sut'equent.y to Luca. Mr. Andrews here learned his trde, that of a car penter and joiner. Oa the coinpictio.i of hi apprenticeship he went to Xorwich, ia Chenanjo county, where he successfully pursued his traie, 'avinr by ia a short time, the sum of $1 ih.o. with which he came to Detroit in the year 1? since which time he has been a constant and prominent resident of the city. He worked at his trale hre about one ear, dirlng which time he fitted up the building on the Campu Martius now known as Andrews' Railroad Hjtcl This was formerly a barn, but was moved on to the spot where it now stands aad converted into a hotel by a party who was subsequently unah.e to meet his liabilities incurred in fitting it up, and it was taken by Mr. Andrews to secure hi claims. He a: once abandoned his trade and commenced keeping the hotel, which proved to be a profitable operation. He remained the landlord of the house until about a year ago, when he retired, leasing the property to its pres ent landlord. In 1 S 4 he was married to Mrs. Maria, widow of Orson EdJy, and daughter of the late Simon Btl lwin. of Xorwich. Vt. His wife ha i three children br her former husband, one of whom has since died, and the others, a son and daugh ter grown, are still living. There are no child ren by the second marriage. Mr. Andrews leaves an adopted son, Courtland, a boy twelve years of age. He WveS alo to brothers and two lter, the only survivors of a family of eleven children. Cf Ral rp.oriCfTS. The t'rf Pr? carps at the Secretary of State, becaue he has not pub lished 41 a statement of the aggregate number of acres of wheat, oat, barley and corn sown and planted in each township iu the several coun ties," A;c. The law requiring this makes it the duty of the Supervisor or Assessor, to ascertain the above facts in his own township or district, "at the time of a-certaining the amount of taxable prop erty and assessing the same." Xow the time for doing these tilings had passed, before the law referred to t'ok effect,, as will be seen, reconing ninety days from February H ; so that the Secretary has neglected no duty, though the Frtt Prt by silence, will allow its readers to suppose that he ha. Charles E. Stcart. The Grand Rapids Her ald, (Buchanan) says that Hon. Charles E. Siuart will shortly write a letter 4 defining his po-ltion ; that he will come out strong in his endorsement of Senator Douglas, and urging that the delega tion from this State to Charleston be compos, d only of the known fiiends of Mr. D. Al-o, that he (Mr. Stuart) i an aspirant for 110 office ; but is only anxious for the success of the Democrat ic party; that he will sustain heartily the nomi nees of the convention, etc., etc. The Ionia Colonel"' is said to be at the bottom of the uiatlei . Jackson Coal Company. The Jackson i'iti- ;-n is informed that this company have been so successful in their milling operations that they have recently purchased another steam engine and fixtures for the west mine, and are about commencing to construct a side track from the Michigan Centra! Railroad to the main shaft, a distance of nearly half a mile. They are also erecting a large 44 coke oven' to convert the ruf tise coal into coke, previous to shipment, and making many other additions to their woiks. additions to their works. They are now raising about ten tons of coa! per day, which find a readv market. A Case or Dot bts. It i doubted whether Kansas is to come into the Cnion at this session. The Senate may obj.-ct to some irregularity in the proceeding, which are not in strict conform ity with the provi-ions of the English Hill. Journal of Vmttm'ree. The Albany Journ.il add: 4()f course. The Democrats evidently con sider the proviso of Freedom in the new Kansas Constitution, a highly 4 irregular proceeding,' and it certainly is 4not in conformity' with the inten tions of 4 the English Hill.' They w ill undoubt edly find pretexts for opposing it." A Strat Clergyman. J. S. Holland, of Pem broke, Christian county, Ky., offers a reward of 1 150 lor the ci.pture and return to l.iin of Thos. VYhitelock, Methodist preacher, 23 years old, and weighing ln pouuds. If caught in a free State the reward is to be but l'o. Has any body ?een a stray clergyman answering this de scription? We have a clergyman or two in thi vicinity who will doubtless be glad to turn out and help to catch this vagrant brother, who ran away from the sacred, Iiible-stnctioned condition of Slaverv ? Accidist. On Monday evening, the wife ot Truman Fish, and daughter of James Price, re siding at Grass Lake, fell from a swiur, breaking both limbs just above the knees, the lonc of one of them protruding through the flesh, and skirts of her dress, and stuck in the ground. Dr. Tun nicliff of this city, was telegraphed for, and went and set the fracture, assisted by I'r. Hingham of Grass Lake. She is doing as well as could be expected, but rccorery is doubtful. P. S. We have since learned that Mr. Fish died on Tuesday. Jack ton Citizen. This lady was lately married and was an ac complished and lovely person. Robbert at JoNEiriLLf. Jonesville wiS in a ferment on the 4th instant, upon discovering that a safe, in a store of Ii. S. Varnum, ha 1 been robbed of one thousand five hundred and sixty - four dollars. Mr. E. G. Dilla, accidentally left the door unlocked. Whoe ver took the money came in at the back part of the store, and taking j the drawer from the safe, carried it to a lot, at some distance, before he emptied it of its con- tens. Xo clue has yet been obtained of the thief. A Ch allksoE. The Monroe Pn says Mon- roe is really going aheal, anl when the bu-Iness portion of the city is rebuilt anl the oil wooden j n of the city is rebuilt anl the oil wooden tures are gone, it will be the handsomest in Michigan. Our citizens are determined ike it such and they will do iu The chal- i firlr thisiwn out to ererr other rdace in structures town to make it such and thev will do it. The chal- lenge is iainy tnrown out to every omer piace m the -tate, to equal it a possible. QriRT. The London Critic sutars that 44the Milton autograph, being the receipt to his pub- fisher f.ip n Jnatatlment nf the r,nrcr.iiiu moner ! r , J t:-. , c m.t tr.-. r.f r!a Tr.eV have S'-ivCte' for -Paradise Lost,' (sold at the Dawson Turner 1 xV Sensible morement. i an 1 if -l , . , , ...... - s now run-Ars n:tv-e:g .t c.en. t-r-, anu : ir.crej- sale,) waabougkt fortranttmission toPhnadelphu i -,(jA:r Tttr'n-i't twice a week f rd;h! for 45." The Critic ask, Tery naturally, i A Good Jokk. The Common Council of Xew j "fh t."'" s'r.adv seLt f-rward th. h- r rd-r f or ,4what were the British Museum authorities j York City, are destroying all the pigg-iries within the rities. The "Guard about, to let such an opportunity elip in I the city Lraits. their lair-l. Eit. .lortanijr in iixvj atter so doing sat her pa.I unUer t..e uiui oi a ju siaiiam lucre, sjwu a vouni boy paisia tha" way saw her, a:. a ran wc WM 10i me ux 1C " rods uorth of t:ie house, iaymg, " pa, ma a lvu. tue roJ. Mr. Avis Lurried initaediatvly to the spot an ira.se J Lef up. but touni Uetit.nct. ... . Mrs. Avis was a -.eaJcr-tortued wotaaa. ana.t hal complained t r a number of yca-s t a pa:a j i cf r.-s ..f a r.aia l'--1 in the riht breast, shoulder, and side ot tne neck; and the corpse is con-i lerab'.y bloated, and purple i:i the region of the pain, indicating mortification. P.y this stroke of Providence, Mr. Avis, who is a respectable and very industrious farm, r, is bereft of a loved a:: 1 faithful coa.pai.ion, and left ia a deplorable condition, with live young chil dren, and upon a new farm, jst about to harvest, for the fir-t time since its settlement, a crc-p which seemed S cnethbg like a supply f r the coming year. Since writing the foregoing, I h am that a little child, the son of Mr. Dutcher ot this town, (I.e. Roy,) was killed accidentally on Sunday, the Tth :. .. 1 .. . 1..,:.. .. . .,,'. ti .t r...,r'r lot. contained a poisonous prescription, left by a phy- j sician for medicinal purpose. j Mr. D., the mother of the child, rinsed the bottle and gave it to the child to play with, when it ad led some liqui 1, and after ta-li::g it a few times, and letting the other chi! l:n tune aho, it drank the remainder and soon after expired. I believe the liquor added wa whi-ky, put in by Mr. Hollis, the grandfather of the child, to gether with a little lemon, as kind grandpas are sometimes apt to .10, who nappeu to r.e iin i- lord. People cannot bo too careful about t-iving medicine bottle to their children to play w ith. I also learn that on the same d iv (Sunday) Mrs. Charles Retit.ett, of Locke, was attacked with fits, or hpasuis, which resulted in her death within a few hour. Wrilv, life is uncertain. L. D. Lir.IITHALL. Rkwaro kor Dr. Dov. We see by the St. Joeph papers, that the sheriff of Buchanan county, Misouri, has off-Ted reward of f l,-.o for the re-arrest of Dr. Dov : 1 will gie tne above reward for the re-a: u..t 1 and delivery to lue, ia St. Joseph, Mi-ouri, of I the above liamed individual. John Doy is an Engli-hman, and apparently from 15 to 50 year old ; is low in stature ; ratln r heavy set ; has black hair and eye, heavy blai-k whisker, and dark complexion. He was oon victel of if';r ft"i!iif, and sentenced to con finement in the State Prison for five vears. II.. I was confined in jail awaiting the decision of the Supreme Court upon the ap eal that had been taken in his case. He was rescued from the jail, and no doubt crossed the river into Kansas 'Fer ritin r, about 12 o'clock on Saturdav night, the Jithint. M. D. Mt'R'iAN, Sheriff of Buchaiian Conn' v. Prrsimmial. The Wa-hington coi respond of the X. V. Tr'Jxiiit says : Previoii-ly to the President's d pat tut e for Bedford, indication wvie i,.,t wanting of the di- po-itiou of the Adiuini-tra'ioii to snppoit Mr. , Cobb for the sncces-iun in lVi, but the latter j had no exnectation of s eailv a declination of ; Mr. Buehaiiati. Though surnri. d. like a ood Captain lie at once s.-t oil' to take poS-es-ioll of tho position most important to himself, r.: Cieorgia. Stunned a he ha been by Ah x. Ste phens" aid arid comfort to idtraiiii, he will work tti.otaetieilly duritig thi vellow f.-v.-r s. aori to ot a declaration of his State in his favor, for tin President s expres-ions in favor of ,1m; Lane arc con-i b red by ome a springing from a de-ire to I have a small man for hi successor bv other a a m.-aiis of niakin; in the t.orih-wc-t. G.iv. FI d i n a diversion against Douglas better. A Kinii Win. The Chath-toii .!rHru ha the following elegant paragraph concerning the Hon. CaSsius M. Clay ar.d his father; if, indeed, his father. Gen. Green Clay, a Virginian by birth, and one of the pioneer settler of Kentucky, be intended : "The Hon. Cassius M. Clay is bloating Aboli tionism in Kentucky. He hope that 'ihe non-slaveholdt-rs who had moved first to Kentucky, then to Missouri, and now to Kana, will con sent to continue this westward retreat poorer at every move until, with the Indian, they finally disappear on the I'ae.tie slope." Si tnun v Omiti m. " Two head b. itt. r than line," cannot be construed, a Louis Napoleon and Francis J. ph believe, to mean three Levis tj better than two. A private letter from Florence says that when th.. news of the peace reached that city, it was currently reported that King Victor Emanuel had been taken prisoner in the b.vth of Solfetitio, and was then in Vienna. So strange di 1 it appear that the two Empeiois should have made an armistice, followed by a peace, without a consultation with tha King of Sardinia, who. ally Napoleon hid pn tended to be. Hacks is Enolam. The American in ire Pii ores, is unlucky again, but Mr. Ten liroeck had better luck with "Staike," a hore with a sal misnomer, I r he i named after a man who never learned t tun at all. The d-sp-tteh six: 44 The Ameiican horse Staike, entered by Mr. Ten Hroeck f. r the Goodwood iac-, his w .n the stake, i.'.".,1 o). The G lodwood cup wa cartied ' off" by Promised Land. The American tu are Priori- came in third." lM ir Tom's Catmn. The X. Y. Trl'-ur.e iy that Prof. Stowe and Mr. H. B. Stowe sailed for ' Europe on Wednesday in the Africa. Mr. Stow , will spend a year in travelling. Her twin daugh-'' ters are in Paris, and her on Fr-dethk sal'.-l la-t Saturday in company with Mr. Scoviile, of An lo ver, the two intending to mike a pedestrian tour in Europe. ; Flim am Pef.e Map.oi etie. Tiie Flint A"' Jsaxsthat George M. Dewey, Esp, Pre". dent of , ,,,. niril Pcre Marquette R.ilwniy, left here ; j fof uv.tro;t on Moudiy, to forward to Sag'u.a . from that r,lace a CAT2. 0f rileS f1r the road. It ; , y expecte.j ,hcy will arrive to-day or tomorrow, j . wxat.n lhc trlck"-!aying will at once con.mer.ce. ' ' j Dickkns. On the authority of a private lett. r .ich arrived by the Persia from an intimate j personal friend of the r.or Ii-t, the X. Y. Eming ' Pott announces that Charles Dickens will vi-lt j this country during the ensuing autumn, and give j lbe "d!E?9 frora L5s wn wotU tUt hiVC ! '-Jccessful in Englanl. j A, 0w, Ffttow M4Kl3 Even Cha. ,k Mr. Georfe the abc,jT1,r.ng Grand Master of tfce 0H ytUwi hl England, has appeared in j C!::-lonf c. W. It i3 be reCo"KteJ that before I . . . , . , .- .r .1. - j. tav:ri Englar.,i he stile 2' V ,f tVa. In .1. Unr-vs to the order. j as Imrpovement. The Livingston I:pJ,ii- f,, MT3 tvt tj.e jjowe" A' Lan-Ing Tlank Road Urmocratlc Arrant;t mnt lor t HarU -ton. The Pem-icrtlc State Cer.tr a'. Committee n. et at the Delivan II ue in this city to-morrow r. or., to '.raw up their Call f r a St tt- Contct.ti ::. a- 1 to deCii ; w hat it sha.l a'..'.s.:i. The IU'.s: i:u;o-ti-..t q l- -t: a" I tV- - which r.toai'Se- to alm-t wh-.l'.V e: .cro-sth- .- at- tcMio:-., i- a- to the tn -h- . ! c! -.: - :'" Cite to t:.e C:..l-iet.ei Nat.o-;.,! I ! V The " ..!," who h ive c troi . f l! e Cm are hi favor of hivr-2 them ch..-eti It th Conversion t'.is fail, in wt ic'i ca-e tt.i v 1' i for:u a unite i tn-tdy ..t' cph.io:. .!:i-lar t th-e .j the dottrr.ant faction i.: th- Ma e Ce. : : ... , and wo..!d oa- a f..rn idah'e unit- d v t - t'-r - :..e one can i. late at I'harl.-s'oti. The " Ilr under this arrat.--.t nt w..u'd be ' le r. " a' i.ar. ! .raliv faV.T the ehct-o'i . : . r y Conrt ssl..n ! I'itr.-f. T.'.i- theV C-intet. i I !!e-e fair and more tru'v I'v i.o- cratic, a- it wou! 1 irive each l.w-CI'y avd i-.-h :.a t o;..:.:on a n.mcc to !. !. Two inoi istel. a'!, sta'e t1 ' coinproiot it the t'e'liMl; the Ion Other is that the Ci.a! l-.l. ei 1 1 a Sel.-ct. d in a b-dv bv th. ut- thc.v s' al l e fairly o.vih i b..tc, a the t Either ot thee ino.1- s ot fo nprcml wou d still leave the a I anno Regies the Cn.ti.i'tee ti cumber of 4 outsider," ret re- the i'es. a in shale of Deinooratic e harid. Many ae arriving t. wi!! quite hkeiv, be a w arm it-mi. nt, v 1 ,v. 1 1 i ;: be . sen--; I !' t s -aMi! a It Si s et . f w ay t ret ciid t: r puMica'i.' o i'! w av, w l,o j,ut lew days, t,ut ha- n ve:.t.h.t..ei t new;. ., A We hi- a .: laugh!.-;. ' Ai'.a: v. . f p.xi: irioivu niercnant oti 1.1 and a g-..w u-up lau.i'y .in1 hi bv the wav. is lie- .! i.i ha been a victim of tho i; -me a young lady's I, ..ard at No. lo. . tor two or three v. ars p.t-t. About a he drove up in a t trrhige f .r th- pu'j roiupan ing the young l.. !y "i .;r.r. S iratoga. IL Went into the H-U-e to : the u.ial nnrtryd ei, of waiting l..r readv, when 11 ar.other h t. k arn do..r, lioiii which a! ght. I i i i.ot h 1 origii.al, certiti- d pirt:ier of 1. i -. Conn r rushed into the le.u-e, :i: d in : bly short time, brought out th-- e '.. man to the side walk. The It ly. h. 1. ins sted upon thinring, whhh n.pi to g. .it !' li- ia iT.t g ot I ters oiiiew t.at, anu 10 1 : m.- -!.;. i jbarrasing, decidedj;.. Iu the u--., use of prop, r lie an-, -he cone onto! right side up, arid the "happy pair," ted bv a new leidal. ro.f. h et j of both Calling's. A da or two:.! 1 sharp render ini.ht have s, the j notice that No. I !i. e.'l,. r--' H et H S i and the " Furnitu: . f .r Sale !" 1! ! parti. to tl.i- little epi-ode ae q'.ite f land the hii-band'-i.aue- lis f i'!i;ii ir ; To L-t" holi word. .V. V. 1' I kami .Eh: 1. Tn;e 1 n i l AMic. We 1. 1 !.!-'.:. I t the bahooni-t, pi- 'I- Mi: t Mr. l; baiha.ji, 1 f cap-iciiy - :!!i from D. tr. it to th.- Alii: vojige from t;,i- ny du:i . ; ! t 1 ;m h i .1! tri !, and to in.i.e .ha : th r. l Sla'e .i r ear ! it.- tow it Is t ': 1. 1 to .11 rant ti e on proVI-le. OUT l l!:e;is v.li. expenses ati.-:..i Uf d.-itaking. The balloon i- to be u.a h- in this , - by i, ur mi.. !., a' lnil the outf.t l.ov-,n y f. r the xoyiige are to be supplied f;om D. Tr...!. -o that the money su' -cril-i 1 by i,:r rib. :.- i- not lobe tak.-ll out of town, bn! ep.rdei le!c. Of Mr. Ifai.'ii-'cr-'s capability a- a baiio e i-t, to uiel. itid.. -'I' !i a'l :.!.:!:-. :-. 1 c e.-l.a t it to a su.-ees.;,; t. inir.-tti wo 1 .e .- much ; conti letiee ns iii Pi of. Wi, a 1 li Wl . th. t 1 it can be -'i.-ee.-bly ae.-.. u p. 1, i-, ! ..:.:-. an ur.-olied problem ; but ue b. h. e it h i a: ' that I! .t ni-t. r i au do it. We tm-t o-,r cit'. t . our m tel. ii:' :c 1 bi in.-s men liheial'y tow ird the . r t. rpii-. tried the xr.eriin. r.t from St. I. ! er ti ibut Prof. Wis , fuel a belieVO, ll'itil C. s-ar i'. v taili d Now let I . I courage a Michigan luati Detroit have th- honor of t to s I an 1 I. t tllj.ting the -in of an e?itcrpri-e iuii il.il i..ii lu.-n in th.- Eit hive n.-hh. r ll.ilh ti e . I te'-.ti-e I or the col.rige to Dickinson, we 1 . --! .1. Mi. V. '. will So.,!, present the -:,,. j.-i-t t ir eiri.o n-, and we t:u-t I mav be met t.y a liberal h-ait and hand. '-?. Tut . lloi. .( am E..r:iciKs at S.tiiAio'iA. A corie-p..t..l. nt of I'.- X. V. ro' d - s j i-i. e, in the following, to the f i-l,:..!, ,ble i,u I: upt-ds of Saratoga : " I think tl..- n. os. .-irna-tive 1-atun- of the live col;... riou at Si'.iioga thi -e'is..n i- the I "i es. There l eVt r w ere o inanv ix ate -t a'i-li-hnit tit h. re before in one s. ;i-..n. St. lie of it..; horse jttf reai'v woith cmii g I. nr. lit . Is i t Hole to -ee Tie- b. t l:.-t!.od ot V ie in g t i t In is to go to S ir atogi l.ak. tlie princ.;ial point t-t at faction i-v.r v noon ailriveol oi !v lix-1 H..II . From ut.oiit f.a.r o'(-I-.. h. i! ic, 'i,.-tie-lLiw twi.iglt i.rd n.io tie- ti v -i , 1 1 . 1 1 orive arid depart a J age.c t ot t I. g.-r l.-.un-wiili their g 1 i.-d traj.pi ag ar 1 lit. le d t.ofii if.-r. Nothing can uip.t- ti..- -gav - .-i ... I h ive wit:. i s-'-d .1 -i' gh io e .( baroie hi -, r. e I. ing lie il ly a ii. lie in l-i.g!li. t.ii. 1 w::h ll.t.-h-i..ii of the prin. in..! ci?.. - n. the l'i.i..it i.; .1 t gh'g abo-i thie- I e! - to ..!-. i. M m in. I in vari.g. it. d color s it th. ir ii- !.!: ,!'!.:.;. , v. till of the i i':.l t.w, the -ilver m tur.t ; n - of t'-e ...: .n-ight, th ,11 f I"-' t t: t;l i -i -r. the br.ght et.-, I.ap V 1 .o. and -hout, and .-.- .-I a. I coi urn, ee ti lb ;te I r i i.i il- v.-ry fit-au'i id -v:i..." A lil-.il C.lt'l ( ltl,M. T: It ;g' h - Daton h.-.psi r i of the a- w hi,, ii on, n, t.i : i 1, tt. i t ms !,,,;. .t ,,. . s I . I I ti, ;..t:'s ,i f t living; at hi nt. d fl iei.d pi b. ;.,g th- n...: the j 1 lge chi an 1 the prcv as over, the r i: l( in the !!--. -t -t III. .11. 1 he tilil t:i of Man Ii, tne v., ,! l.-l. and ..: !. .: ; . v t! e h.-r t. di.fi-. At', r t! prea l.-r d.-c.-r h 1 Jr i. h- i th- ; ..jg- r w ..- n,', II the j, g ar.d : it ' i ' I .; i look.ng fa! v r. 1 A I . . . : t.o! a-id exp' ct ng to I. iv congr.itu! tti.u.s f I,. r inv Lied," he :i.k.- 1, '-ar s.TIlion ':" " b'i, IU' '-t tt i pi !l: r:'s 1 in. W. : -U Ike H f.pil. IV. ,J-ir p.-. cv, I t !,.., -I nd.ru ch' I i o d: ! on I-riuilv." p. ac ol'G k- I i r:e r r v. r." verton, " it wa- l.ke the all urrder-taridlug; ur d ! it Wvll". 1 have el luted 1 Prv.-nv. '' d s Count Car.orr fr.or, the : f illo-sing inu-I. il -ra::. : .t of i - ToSn'-t Pfir... To ev.ry pound d" pear? when pitied pii? halt a po a.d of i.-d i.igr. Put the fruit it to a -t-.-w i ar. a: d rover it w.th coli water, and si.,. : the lid ',ui;-cl,'.. S:.a the fruit p-t.tly ti.i t-L-l-.-r, tr en aid 2 f-w lun.p? cf the S'jgar. After stew it. g the p a' two or three hou-, p-.t in the cloves tw. :.y cloves to six or t;ght pound fruit an 1 the T? ot t'o .-mon. a i-..; g 'yr. j 1., Wl-t'1' T- .'v'"'". .p;:re rte'wir.z aV,ut f n hours very g-n'tly. 'A h.-r, ta- y j are nearly den-, a iit'e j ... e of b;.th b m- i or.s it williilf to the flavor at-1 brg'.'.-.ti tl.e ot two -mon. iti-fP a 1. .' g t..' -ugar r i OLf '.t -lllil-11 I "yr-jp. Gf.aM' Karirs P. iLt. 0. cltizt-ns have r.-c-i.tly organ.. r Gem.,:: f-1! r -d a l.ii.ltarv cor., Grand lUjIi- Ki I jary under the ti of tti- - 1 C K'.rl had better l.rf.-k to Krom taJ Kat iai Imllatt Ifni. w I.lc'i we publish below are from n inte l ;-i t and weh educated la : in t.c vicinity, who has kindly coa c u :'.o:u ti ne to time wi;h such or t ahvoi.a! reminiscences a t lhi-:.-.iu-. This will ceruiLlv e ite: 1 . :i ' t rm a cr v - itg feature of the Cvuntr. ' 1 e . ; e to . .r oft.-n from oar theoi 'Hi-! 11.. :..!!,, k.id." t, -..r , K, Tie agel Indian Chief ..t-w ju-p. n. . i L-t -;en : at Isaix-ha. Hj ie j l.c-- is ei th,. .0,. , f Sagnia City. H'n .:.-:' : s ne ji -.!- ah-(Kn, l is mother's w 1- Ke-; 'vah-iiah-ah I o-;ua, his original . .!- K 1 1 ; '.- 1 i q i-!; l e litir.g sickly, - i i - : 1 t h . tinner's, I icb is the - :.; t : - ot the forest in their 1 i . . o -.,w-w ih ;:. wasa true phi'.aa r. ; -'. an a:..v'. ill-: I to the Ki chi n.o-ko- . ' ' k: v - .1 ' fii, : d te ti e Hon. i .j.., ... 1 vi .. .j 1. , :ri.n l is name with . .: " , .1 ! r an 1 usually made ich t . v. li s ; :; e'..:al faculties were rv g to i- t. . e . :.. o 1 a'ural or, r it -T.-cui... h. His family ' - - : ' . II- 1-. earn- a convert to ' :.' .: !! i- . ! t 1. Indian customs -a .r. .tt -.. : to hi ! it g a tme disciple th- at S; i . : i s ,le.,:h bed he gve 1 ' i evi i n . f' ! s v, e; :.,nce i:i the di- f i r. I'. 1 n on r Nek 4 tn. W ; . u, . I :. i f. i . 1 a g v.i w'.:!e ago the ad- e t :' the i' th it th. y sh. u d shed no . i' v ; i t' : ? tr'. d irlt f ti e de- t 11...- 1 I 1 : J .rt. y to th.' hunt g . 1. ' - ! ..?: f t : In i.an. T!,e war. , r w 1- to ' !.. i w.;:t all hi equipage, the i.an- ... n i ?.. 'iga-, wl;key and h ic - :i- to i ! ., s; Thev av the the 1 II it wis li.lo-H. h .: iv. ' lh A- i. at CL.-.r-' H. ntv a i, !.,. , a d. pra hi, 1 '. s-, : g , y. ko if oxen . i It am i.e.ti'.v, waa-rrted -; ' M -' ere!:;: g !at. He ! y.keot the rtttle in Ing- 1 t1 tl er iu U. nton, in thm let- r . he 1 ad got . through the i: : o. , : t pi.rcl r-. tl. -trland s g :: th. c . ty tor . v.-ral weeks r .s, .1 ..j ! i ,. g , nt.-red and e : V. !. e txiho about five weeks - !!! na-e for -omo time that : ..:. i.i- i-.nl, and has Ss-vra! h . -. ctd it!.ra capture or a - l-t.,;. t t'y, wh. n the officers I v r: i; 1 tb',ti!.t iu the xicin- g ; ' l. i-i 11. t.tori, and colifemd . . . I e i k, 1 w th, t! at he Mole a! "..oil. dftct initiation neXer v- : t 1. '. ! g, ;,s evidence of hi . ;. a:j, s'. .ng shot wl.iih he far- .! hi I i- , bm kh d to his l . i- . f ,. ..in at d MlpptMsfd n. ., n. Ji. The ofhceis . s :. .. .'v i. un .1 the assistance i . I ... t. t: . r w ,ih his .U puty A. :- p 1 t o or ti.rt e day and ' ' ! .....!- an 1 swamp.-. They I !: ! . I of h's Ii.ikng laee iu i : Ihrn-u. 11.-wxndervd north a -I- an.! tot.: 1 hi way to a taVt-rn ; w ! .-re -i h e ip:i.,n i f tii porsuii 'i-ly given i.( the ltndiord. 1 lie . 'i i.: ! -:. i th. re and he at ! A number of tin n happeu . I t, and ! i w .u sullenly taken '. .- r.-.-'aice. ( hethtr 44 do- n-"w.i-il .ie or not wo have not eeij-tir.- rnu-t be something of a ni! p. :-..; who w i re aw are that .. !o .is In; ki: g iu our coiilitv. I . I ' ha l .: - : h .. I C.. :, ;...irv. I !!:i II, - 1 s. I. be t, 1: v. i !.. b pi. t.i.. HaM . T! A Cu. ; ..; Aii.;.As A g. ntl. man ot thi li et ix --d it 1- .ter t r.eu .la. k-ont iiie on Mon ii'. .-tn eked i'!'i ir -t, on tlie .t W of i-h wa in i.o-. J, a "cat-go of sit hundred n s' s .t, b. , n l .r d d n the Fiori-U coa-t, ar m. rr.a." " If this it f. y-.j, , I... ;t ,(, , ,(1I1,.J at the parti. guilt v t f mk I, n l.igl dirid.-.f itrioii -f the li- ot the l.,nd max he arrested M I irh to th- fullest extent." TaUahai- The :.b..ve ir.;. 1 ih e. i:: t ki. .r . i hi- ...it.d l.:t g-l iv ni l -r ilir g be i ; i ere-1 that t be itrr, t. .1, w li.-i the power H'i-1 n f. i il w a t s', , h idt-d w Till able It . I ropt r fcufho'itie bt t n able t i. 1 1 it i -. w ith Lis I u. i . r.ce, we are niin d by Col. S. M irhal, is true, as he s t diiti ying the i-itid il.ti lli th. e fact Hut how can it e patty tiolatil g tho law will the I'. S. M.irh-il i detiie.1 at - of doit g un If thi of h i-utheietit i ower, and pro- n . I a- he npj.'iied for tti the he would, ptlhp, hl r t lo'itioii f tho law ; hut as : I in:!, d ow. r and want of means, in. .-..;.-. We faith r understand 1 1 it h brought tl,ee Africans to ii- s .iiu u tfi.. 1. in. lit g w is.fi, -ctej, t re and ahar.d l.ed to the element. it ! l.'llio tha- the I Vt a- -. t Oil 1. ...I.-., As I I., i ;, .lh- i.nd up! ..!it r a n .tn Nut'i'v's Den.. A iioxcl sit ,' ltj.ihitit.it ( V.wriVr of t ..I of Vil'a Plate. An uncle I a 1 Y I iii a oofb-e. house, and i d to fettle the matter bt g into tl . l Double barrel sbot-gui s. .. t ie thi tern orb-red nnd aecep . to n ft al.ee and too. They IlleiS- 1 -I f ee ii'ol e, wbell tWO ll'lll fOIII- it'.-i., it, "M..j, th.ro and M-e ; I :."" 'I ! ia j t e th.-n tt.k aim Imi . -! gi.it g ..il nt the same l .i m t i . w n! out . fl.-i t. 1 he uncle 1 to f.r.-, I., ii tl e nephew cried ri ii:!. I .11 not know I bad di- b e r. !- " The uia le advanced and te i if, i . '1 t! .x - 1 ,i !!. -. I n' ! n a !t v . ' Wa eg. d t... I'd. f'-ne 1 ' i ; th. ia pi t w on his ip. Tl.e i d a i. r. ti In rt and bring made a c nr i i. " i s, w hen two no ii interfered 1 t ..- -..ioba, tiling t, tliflioulty h parti.-. .V. l'ili.unr. i . ..;- i ClMMOlTK. T!. .''.'.'l' W- t-i -.'.ii.. our i it V li are t'lad to I - ir-ptot i-f . in our X .liago ill th- ii r . r of bi.. it'. .. In addi'ioD I '-!o. ' ., i-t a-on l.v Mra. ''It-, t ti- a'f two luge l.ri k , i-i j r . of e'.etii.ti; ot..-of th.m . . Ka'.!':i an, 'oth'ne- mor- i!ho -!.- of M .hi-tr.-.-t liiarth :.n 1 '! oth. r bt M. r. f.t & ' t . ' i e . ' I -'a! d of 1 1 t .". Ur. tl. on ;! !. I'-.-irr li e;-- .,u-ire. Doth h -" ! nfe hege a. 1 lite to f bliilt t -'.! - i' t ii n it i . r, w it h r at irn i; !:-. f.::: I ! r- J r.rf f griitil roof. '' f'-v of i t i that the iron work ! t! . . .. .r.y . V:. A., vhal l Camp - x . 'ige. 'J i - ii , v ml l.rif k nnd , .1 a t.'.n.b, r of wo'l, -r ctcd r- : tO the by M. , f oi 1 '. : ' I t' f th i tl d o; .- . 1 i-' 1 -' t i :.: d urrout di d with r . , whi h n.kke our an ,( i.t. ;.?t:. r t thri : .i i i '.. Tii.. Li. t tin V.' .t :, V v- S die d the r C tt G iv. Wi-n r to cor-:.-. !s, wi re for the rea w i- convicted mainly oa A i ri -roi g w hit h is now g: i f .1 .' r ' t:.e ofhc.-r who pro- .- ; ;ir'y d. h i with c'.nunip i'r.,.. to i.i-frit r.d, where I. Lri !g t Murisy was j.ard'rto t) .-it -he wo.'d l-t f.o.r whiky e f aii I r t ouhhai. Uridpet, v. - f, ; d t -t on l. r j r'iUiit-s, (fot - t.iit-:i b i k, where he 1 r ... d irt,.rs. iff. ht : a r. A ( : : j s t . ! .-. T r i n . n L -h-ip, of the t .:.'. ip of D'U'.e, w.i so rcrl-.tasly injured by the r'.t.ni: g a ay t a hoi-e which was attached to.-, hnrsr ik-, on .-iur lay h-t, that he died from t! ". i: r -.. v.-d on Tu- sday raorr.ii.f. Mr. L.- e.p i. ,. hi g th- rake, and a boy wa- .Living i1 e i ...i.e. lie a ni rruil bf-eanw ir gnten. !, w i.e-, Mr. L:-hop went to his bead ar.d :f i t l.o! 1 h'tn. but was unable to io -o. u:. i ! -'.itel The rke twucg round r.d struck Mr. Ih-h- p in the aide, from which Cl-fti" ti'..-1 a above tafej. L"tf Ar.',.,. A I'ta nor I-i v iMTV Y.L'.tli WITH A.toTH'a Ik l).'s Wi. a r-.virend centl-man, a dlatin-gu"-h m. r:.t,er of the I roe Church of Scotland, and or- who is privll. g-d to add I). 1). to L' nm.t, a; 1 the wife of another gentleman in holy order. wl.oe tfltctiors he has seduced, are tow j living in ti.i city in a s'ate of concubinage. i Toronto Jjf'id'r.