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LANSING STATE REPUBLICAN
Ouitt Forget Rvriu'ilicius mint not forget lo register their tiling. Tf . lioarl ot the resprectice Wards are um in ri-vn f ir that purjxxw ;or tie First Ward, at ih? Seymour House, SVcond Ward, at the Kj II u I, Tbir 1 Ward, at the Lansing House. 1'ro'a wi ius'-cctioii of the name alreadj re-gisti-red, it appears that our opponents are more prompt than Republicans, ia performing tliis political duty. Thn should not be soercrj citizen should register at once, as delays are dan geroas, and the eubjectonce oat of mind, it may not recur ur.tll it is too Ute. The Locofoco Press hi the first iinpuUs of its Mge at the parage of the law, advisee partirans j to pay no attention to tt.e law. inej one retracted this a Ifice, and no urge upon their fi tends, the necessity of a prompt and early Registry. However wrou and wicked the first advice was, it m certain that they arc on the right track now, and it is equally certain that the party are following the wholesome counsel. A little cool examination lias satisfied the Lo cofoco, that the measure of a Registry is a sound and beneficent safeguard after alter all. The Board will louilnuc iu tuiwi, at tnc pu ces above named, through to-morrow (Wednes day) for registering names. Boast EmrtarioH or tn Ricur Kisn. The N'. Y. Tribune of Wednesday, says that the American Institute, on Tuesday last, inaugura ted an interesting novelty which we trust will not only be perpetuated here, but imitated else where. It was a public coir.petiton of saddle horses, trained and ridden by their owners, all professional riders and horses being excluded. The object was not to show the speed of the ani null, but the relative perfection of their train ing. A large collection nf persons witnessed the performances, which lasted for about an hour. Some of the horses were admirable, though none exhibited a very high grale of education. The track was not in good condition, but the trial was a perfectly fur one ; and the prizo was very justly awarded to a beautiful bay war be longing to Mr. Philip Lydig. We trust that measures may be taken to secure occasional re petition of such trials. They would tend to greatly encourage the use of horseback exer cise, the most wholesome and agreeable to which men of aedeadary pursuits can resort. "Carom a Tartar." Senator Hale of X. FI.t made a speech at St. Fiul on the 21st. The eloquent but eccentric Tom. Marshall of Ky., was present. The Dough Faces" insisted that he should follow Mr. Hale. The Albany L't. Journal says that they would not hear to his excuses. Coming from a Slave State they were sure that he would talk right, and they literally forced him upon the stand. But lo ! his speech was on the side of Frecdem ! He denounced the compromise breakers, and lashed Pouglas as with scorpions. Finding they had caught a tartar, the Democrats tried to stop him. But having begun against his will, he would not Ftop till he got ready, and for an hour he poured the hot lava of his elo quence u4uu the Sham Democracy, to their mortification, ! o Uiin vC iim itirMtu eans who heard him. 2V0' VrRnicT AoAiNsft Detroit. The Detroit Tribune of Thursday contains a repoit of the trial of James B. Corey is. City of De troit, which case was tried in the Wayne Circuit, ou Wednesday and Thursday last, wherein the plaintiff claims damages of the city to the amount of $20,000 for injuries sustained by his wife, Nov. 1, 1858 nearly a year since. While go ing from this city to Southfield, Oakland county, on tb evening of that day, they ran into an open, unguarded sewer on Grand River-street, whereby Mrs. Corey was eo badly injured that she has been completely bed-ridden ever since. All power is lost over her body from the hips ward, and there is no reasonable hope that she will ever be better. She was a young woman, 31 years old. The facts of the ca-v are truly distressing. The jury rendered a verdict for the full a mount claimed, $ o,00' A YiRui.MA. lUriBLiCAS. The N Y. Trtbune says that the slave-breeders of Virginia appear to be exceedingly exercised on account of the discovery that a full-fledged Republican, Mr. Caldwell, has been elected to represent the Wheeling District in the Senate, ot the Old Do luion; and the First Families, who include all the slave-breeders, beside some others who wish to be, but lack the requisite capital, are putting their heads together to decide what they will do with so rare a bird. Thi First Trottisu Match is America. It ia said the first time ever a horse trotted in public ia America for a stake was iu 181$, when a match was made for ? i,"X)0 that no horse could be produced which could trot a mile in three minutt$. A horse named Boston Blue won the stake, coutrary to general expectation, by trot ting the mile in a tew seconds less than the pre scribed time. Mai a. The hooks foot np as follows on gin. lious Maine : Go. Morrill's majority is twelve thotiaind. The Legislature stands : Senate Republicans so Democrats 1 House Republicans U9 Democrats 32 A Limi orr or their Reacti. The Albany Journal aays: The avowed purpose of the American Hybrids is " to break down Seward." They sink their principles to punish a man. The Freemen of New York will accept the issue. It will nerve a hundred thousand hearts for the conflict. Brooks had better tied a mill-stone about his neck than to have raised such an issue. Phgvxix Base Case. Hon. Jacob M. now xd left Detroit oa Friday morning for New York, to try the Phoenix Bank case. After resorting to every measure of delay, the Bank, and the late Locofoco Board of Auditors, are forced to a triad. Bad Esq. George E.Pngh is following ia the trail of Dennison and Ranney, in their joint can vass of Ohio, ia the hope of being able to edge in word for himself. At Canton, last week, where ,000 people were assembled, the Senator M literally hooted off the platform. A Ifr... V -r. -r. . . 19 1 hi. t. Aeuran, or Amster dam, X. has held the office of Justice of the - ;"" nas never issued a warrant ortvnmons; but, adds the Schenectady Star, be has done much to promote peace and settle diflcultiee in that conuannity." Agricultural College Vacation. Ed. KirrcLicas : I wish to say to the peo ple of the State, that bv an Act of the Legisla ture passed 'list winter, the vacation at the Ag- j ricultural College will occur in the winter, con tinuing from the last Wednesday of November to the last Wednesday of February. I would call the attention of school officers to the fact that the services of several competent teachers cow students in the College can be secured to conduct a three or four months school. Ap plication can be made to any officer of the In stitution, or to the students themselves. Sept. SO, 1859. I R. FISK. rzACUU at St. Jo. According to the Tra veler, St. Jo is doing a la'ge business in peaches. St. Jo is certainly a good place to ga "to go to tee the folk, and get 't peaches" Here is a week's business : WV.'niT, S-V;.t it 1'rf l!".te.iini, I M l i iV-ti Fr!y, " '-'I " ' 1" Monlay, " -'"- 11 ' " Tburvl.r. ' V- " KirW, tJ'l " "uwtav, " -i ' " 1 ' Tii-.lar, 1 " Scl,wTn eil-,1.. VUil-,(io .u!k) S.2"- i ou.i.i", ti K-'n, d.. ;. " 1,1 1 ' ri-ei n ' '"" " Scow tati.-l, - ,1 'li'.W The Traveler ad.!-,, these figures are double our calculations in our l i-st issue. Trices continue firm, languid from cents to 1 o) per bushel for ordinary lot. From 73 cents to ?2 0' per basket is paid for choice varieties. FoKLtas An. A deputation consisting of the Rev. Dr. Edgar of Belfast, liie Rev. Samuel Dill of Ballymeiia, and the Rev. Mr. Wiion of Lime rick, has arrive I hero ly tlie Kangaroo, to ap peal to the ('hiiatiaiis in the United Slates for aid iu behalf of domestic missions iu Ireland. Th Rev. Henry Cooke, D. Ii., of Belfast, is ex pected to join the deputation in about three weeks. We have no doubt it will be cordially received by all evangelical Piot.-nanrs in the United States. Salt at Sa;i:av. The Entcrjri says that the boring has now reached the depth of C5'J feet. A copious volume of water is constantly rising to the surf ice and flowing ofl from the well with forcj siitllcient to bring up the chips made by th! drill, so that no pumping in now required. The chips indicate a white sandstone rock. The water contains eUven j-?r tent, "f talt, as indicated by the sa'ometer. The success of the expeiimetit is imw beyond all reasonable dvabt. ViNfaELa. The N. Y. 7r'4 says that the news from 't. Thomas received at Boston, on Tuesday, is that Venen!a is in a state of anar chy, and calls for foreign intervention to restrain the reckless politics! and military adventurers, whose outrages are depopulating the country. Instead of a political revolution, th.j aim seems to b death and pillage, and the country seems to be going to ruin. Drain or Gov. MjsirR. The Sious City (Iowa) Eagle pays that Hon. Henry Masters, Governor of Dacotah Territory, died very sud denly on Lis farm in the vicinity of Sioux Palls, oa Saturday, the kth inst. It is thought he died of a congestive chill. Mr. Masters was somewhat advanced in year-,, an ? has Uen in quite feeble health for some time. Us-Drei-Scott-ical. What a fool Monroe was. The Portsmouth .lonrnnl publishes a pass port given by Jams Monroe, when Minister of England, in 1S'V, to Esex White, a slave and lody-servant of John Randolph, of RoHnoke, and - -, wlitrli flip .-iid Esex White is called "a citizen of the United States." QDrowsi.no ok Sir Edmcad Heap's 3os. The telegraph, under date of Toronto, Sept. 2", says that intelligence 1 as been received in that city that Mr. Head, a young gentleman seventeen years of age, only son and heir of Sir Edmund Head, Governor-Generd of the Canadas, was drowned while bathing in the river San Mauiice. Mr. Striker. The Albany --lr.i states that the Hon. John Strykcr, who was knocked oft' the platform nt the Syracuse Democratic Convention, is more seriously injured than was at first sup posed. He remains at the Yoorhies Hons , in Syracuse. UsiroRTt SATr. The Rev. Mr. Witght, Meth odist clergyman of Cleveland, is under a heavy cloud, being charged with licentious conduct in connection with niao voung ladies i.f his cotigre gstiou. Wan M 'ity no hnrncsr-niakei, says the Ve, and Iihica, Gratiot county, . -;.... a shoe-maker, says the .Vficn. Detroit, accord ing to all account, has me Shoemaker" tw msny, and can par one. Cl Y. Mr. II nt, the sculpfor. has finished the ttatue of Henry Clay, rdored by the "La dies' Clay Statute Association" of Virgfnia, and it is to be inaugerated on the 12th of April i rxt, the S2 anniversarv of Mr. Clav's birthdav. If Years WorLD Bring Wisdom. Chief Justice Taney of the Supreme Court of the Uni ted States, is in the S3d year of his age, and all his eight associate Justice, -cepf one, are over 70 years. Bcrmni or a CittLP. The Lapeer lepnbli can announces the death, by burning, of a child of Mr. Sterling Thelps, uf Lapeer, three years of age. It had been left alone in a room with a tire stove. Srx. Makiam Mac&isaut State Roai. We learn by private advices, that tho contract for building the Ste. Marie and Mackinaw road, has been let t. Mr. John L. Mitchell for oi per mile. Accident. A young man nrmed Calvin Mann, of Ionia, says the Gazttt, had his leg badly broken, on Tuesday lat, by a fall from a hickory tree, while nutting. Important Movement. The freemen of De troit voted lat week $5' ,"" for a Work-House, and 2."iO,00i for a new City Hall. The City al ready owns a site, on Campus Martiu. DrTRon. Hon. John U. Harmon, wh has twice filled the office with credit, has been nominated as the Democratic candidate for Mavor. Back again. Horace Greelev arrived Lome oa Monday night, in the Moses Taylor from As. pmw all. Tort Hcko Press. This we'd conducted ar.d useful Republican sheet has commenced its sec ond vesr. Siephes ihe Last Marttr. Branch, the martyr, is arrested for libel upon the mother of Mrs. Sickles. PoprLATiox t Tort Hcrox. A ceDm has been taken by the Board of Education, showing Port Huron to contain 4051 inhabitants. Monroe A&RJccLTrRAL Society. H. H. Em mons, Esq., of Detroit, delivers the Address be fore the Monroe County Agricultural Society. Fron tba New Tors Ereo'nj r Mr. SewawTs Irrepressible ContUet." The declaration laid down by Mr. Seward, in Lis Rochester speech, that there is such an " ir repressible conflict " between the institutions of Slavery and Free Labor that one or the other must ultimately prevail throughout the Uiiion, has been denounced by Douglas and others as a bloody and trexonable heresy. Mr. Everett, however, in his last oration on Webster, inti mates that Mr. Seward is brandishing borrowed thunder, and that the doctrine in question had a much less heretical origin. Mr. Everett says : "He Mr. Webster not only confidently anti cipated what the lapse of seven years since his decease has witnessed and is witnessing, that the newly acquired and newly organized territories of the Union would prow up into Free States, but, in common tcith all or nearJii all thtatet men of the last generation, he believed that free labor vould ultimately prevail throughout the country. He thought he saw that, in the ope ration of the same cause?, which have produced this result in the Mi idie ar.d Eastern States, it was visibly taking place in the States north of the cotton growing region ; and he inclined to the opinion that there, too, under the influence of physical and economical causes, free labor would eventually be found raost productive, and would therefore be ultimatelv established." Tfm ir oi a Babt. They have funny times, occasionally, ia the Detroit Police Court, accord ing to the reporter of the Free I'm, who says that on Tuesday U-t M-ry Durney was tried for asSiu!t and battery on Mrs. Ferguson. The dif ficulty originated in the loan of a pot. Mary had her baby with her, a little red Loaded inno cent, whose brief existence would seem to have been full of tribulation. The court ordered her to be sent to jail, when she displayed the young one and interrogated: " What 'ud I be doin' wil this?" ' I don't know anything about it." "Well, tl. in, I do, ari' jour honor will afore yez gets shut of it. Sind me up to yer owld jail, will ye? Take that." With which she dropped the baby oa the desk, i;i Inuit of the astonished court, and refused to have anything more to do with it. The young one kickdd np its heels in no very gentle inau i.er, and yelled a Vociferous accoM'paiiimcnt to tiie tiradings of its iiate mother. The spectators laughed till the team ran down, and the court regarded it few responsibility from a convenient distance with a look of mingled consternation aud bewilderment, which was not finally relieved until Mrs. Durney was taken oil" to jail, and some fiiend of the family assumed charge of the baby. (Jin. S ott as a Peaok Makek. The N. Y. IftraJ, in -peaking of Gen. Scott's contempla ted viit to Sin Juan as a peace maker, thu9 al ludes to luriiier similar services : "After a long military service Gen. Scott bc ffan his career as a pacificator, in which he has Geetl n.i rftt"ueQftil 3 ho tiaa Hoon a aoldwv- Generiil Jackson sent him in that capacity to South Carolina in 1SS2; President Van Buren availed hinwlf of his judgement to settle the Aroostook difficulty in in 1S37; by President Tyler he tv:i depatched to Buffalo during the Canadian War in 1S41 ; and President Polk en trusted him with the pacification of Mexico, in 13 IT. In each of these arduous aud varied mis sion he exhibited a rare combination of pru-d-.'iice and saacitv. From the time of the last war with England to the war with Mexico, he has borne the double honors of the first soldier and the great pacificator of the republic." A MiciiiUAN Invkntion. An ingenious and useful device Ls been patented by Augustus Lafcvere, of Batde Creek, Michigan, as an " Im proved Iloaid Mea-urer," which gives the aggie gate number of square feet in a lot of lumber compoed of piece of various lengths and thick nesses, and consist of a portable apparatus -o constructed with gears and indexes as to 1m easi- Iv adjustel to suit the length and thickness of the nieces, bv merely lavins I ! instrument across them in the direction of their width. Money Remitted to Ireland. The amount of money remitted by Irishmen in the States to Ireland, the lat year, for the put pose of assisting their friends to emigrate, was J,3r.u,iM. Dur ing the ten preceding years the total amount re mined was -I9,0n,i s. A'-r. We would wager a hat, if it could be ascer tained, that the better half of those sums was iv mitted by girls and women. Old A?e. Th Dayt , Ol.io k',r.j.lre says that Mr. Henry II. Worma-i, of that city, on Thursday last received a letter fi oni his father, who resides in Damme, Germany, mid who has reached the gre.it ago of m Unndnd and fourtfi tjfarn. The centenarian writes a neat, legible, steady hind, and is able to wait upon hinie!f and perform light labor. HoRRtni R. Mr. John Minnon, of York, Pa., astonished a large crowd of spectators on Fri day by a number of antics performed on a ctiunii ojiiic uu cuiiui ieorge street, lie stood upon ail arrow near the top of the vane, lay at full length upon it, ani assumed other positions too frightful to look at. A Patriot Gone. Elisha Scotie'd, a Revolu tionary soldier, died in Jefferson county, X. Y., a few days since, aired 9G years. He was a na tive of Bedford, Westchester county, where he resided until 1781, and for the five previous years was amid many of the most exciting scenes of the Revolution. A Nati kal Concli sion. The Boston Herald says that a shoe dealer of Lynn has mysterious ly disappeared within a few days, leaving his creditors minus some 20,h. He bought goods on time and sold them for cash. It is thought that he has left for the West. This is a regular Massachusetts conclusion. The Last Scrvivors. An exchange says that Bishop Soulo of the M. E. Church, South, Dr. Lymaa Beecher and the Rev. D. Briggs, of Cincinnati, 'are now, the only survivors of the founders of the American Bible Societv in IS 10. Bank Failcre. A dispatch was received in Detroit, last week, by the Suffolk Btr.k of Michi gan, staling that the Bass River Batik, Miss., have been thrown out by the Suffolk. Bmk, Bos ton. "From Grave to Gat." A circus in Chicago was sold on Tuesday. The tent was bought by the Young Men's Christian Association, who in tend to fit it up for re'igious services. Xexvatgo Republican. This paper comes to us in a sew dress, and ouch enlarged. Mr. More Las our congratulations for his taste and success. Murder. An industrious, and hitherto repu table man by the name of Biggins, killed Lis wife at Windsor on Saturday las', for getting drunk. Death or as Enoeater. Freemaa Rawdon, of the well known firm of Rawdcn, Wright, Hatch & Edson, died on the 22d. A Setesi Los. The loss the Austrian in the Italian war, was altogether, 1,154 officers, and 47,500 men. Ad old Detroite r Gone. Capt. Francis Ci cotte, aged 72, a highly respectable old French citizen, and native of Detroit, died last week. RtPtrBUCAX Committei. The State Central Republican Committee, are ia session In Detroit this week. Accident to the Great Eastern. A newspaper correspondent thus describes the j accident to the "Great Eastern." The visitors, who were pxsserizers on board, , numbered about loo, and, as may readily be be- j lieved, included amoLg them some of the nost i distinguished navigators, engineers, and scientific j men ia Europe. All, as usual, were assembled j at dinner at about 5 o'clock on Friday, w hen be-; fore the dessert came on, two gentlemen left the j Chairman's table to look at the coast near Has- j tings. Mr. Campbell, the Marquis of Mafford. I Earl of Mountchaxles, Lord Alfred Taset, and a j few others followed, without waiting for dessert. J The departure cf these gentlemen from the sa- j loon, as it happened, broke up tne uinner party, and instead of retiring to the grand ss!on, as j usual, near'v all the visitors came on dock, and went right forward into the bows. About 3 re mained at table a few were oa tie bridge with Mr. Campbell, and thus, by a most merciful inter positionit happened, for the first time during the vovaze, that there was no one sitting in the grand saloon, and no one or. the iitt'.e raised deck round the foremast fonneL One or two gentlemen were congratulating Mr. Campbell on the alinos: mar vellous success of the ship, when in the space of a second there was a terrific explosion. The for ward part of the deck appeared to spring like a mine, blowing the funnel up into the air. There was a confused heavv roar, amid which came the awful crash of timber and iron mingled together with frightful upronr, and then all was hidden in a rush of steam. Blinded and almot stunned by the overw helming concussion, those on the bridge Stood rootfonless in the white vapor till they were reminded of the necessity of seeking shelter by the shower of wreck glass, gilt work, saloon or naments, and pieces of wood, which began to fail like rain in all directions. Tho prolonged clatter of these ss they fell prevented any one aft the bridge from moving, and though all knew that a fearful accident had occurred, none were aware of its extent or what was likely next to happen. After a short interval, during which the white steam still obscured all aU tiie funnel, Captain Comstock, who was on the bridge, tried to see what had occurred, but he could only ascertain, by peering over the edge f the paddle-box, that the vessel's sides were unirjured, and the engines btill going Gradually then, as the steam cleared of", the I jreinost funnel could be seen l'mg like a log across tin' deck, which was coveted w ith bits ot glass, gilding, Iragiiunts t' cuituii.s and silk hillings, window frames, scraps of wood blown into splinters, and a mass ot fragments, which h id evidently come from the cabin fittings of the lo'v;r deck, beneath the grand saloon. In the middle was a great heap of rubbish where the funnel had t-tood, from which the condensed steam was ruhing up in a white, and therefore not hot, vapor, but enough to hide completely all that had happened below. In another nrnulc all the passengers came rushing tourd the spot The 2imt who had remained at table in the saloon next that which blew up came on deck also, and it will give your readers some idea of the gigatic strength of the vessel when I tell them that these Utter, until they actually saw the smash, were almost uaawaic of the terrific ex plosion which had ocean ed beside them. It was only the dull, heavy roar, follttwe 1 by the rattling of fragments as tt.ev rained down on a-id through the skylights which warned them that Minn-thing dreadful had oecurnd. Still none knew what had really happened or what it jury the versel had sustained, t'ai.t. Harrison, who was afi at the moment, ruahed forward, and, s. izir. a tope, low. ered himelf down tbrough the stoaoi into tin wreck of the grand saloon, and, calling to six men to follow him, began a search among tlit ruius lor those who might have b en bhu". The otdy one in the npattuutit was his. own 1;mV daughter, who had jut arrived at tin' after part at the moment of the explosion, and who, tom pletely sheltered by the wrought iron bulkhead, had escaped, by a miracle, totally unhurt. Capt. Harrison merely nave the order to p-s her up through the sky hght, and contiuuetl his i :ir h. This was i:o easy matter. The wrk and nit bish piled in all itirectious in the ladie' srn.ii sa loon, forward of the funnel, made it difficult to move about. The tcnn hid a'unost every object ; the place w as broken, tiie floor in part upheaved and riven, so as to show- a still more trightfu! smash in the saloon and cabins below. Through these apertures the bright glare beneath the lower deck of all showed that the fuina e doois had either been blowu open or blown away, and the funnel beiitsr cone, the draught was down the remains of the chimncv. foreing out the tinmen and ashes iu a fierce and dangerous stream. This, as the embers touched the water, sent up a close, suftoiating air half steam, Laif ga in whieh it was difficult to see. and almost liiil'OsS.uie to breathe. In the mean time, most on boaid, in eluding ttie visitors, fok steps to restore order and confidence. As 1 Lave already said, there were fortunately no holiday tourists there, or the matter would have been nnu-h worse. Some ol the ablest engineer and machinist w ere ca deck, who could prttty well guess what had happened and what worse in'ght follow. A funnel, filled similarly to that which had b'own up, was evi dently getting mtenrelv hot, and of tho-e present none knew to what extent its "jacket,"' or outer ca-mg, had been damaged, or how ro:n it wight explode. Mr. Scott Russell, followed by one of two engineers, at once went below to the furnaces o' these boilers, und ordered the steam to be blowu off, the speed of the engines to be reduced, and every precaution taken to guard again! mis hap. Mr. Campbell remained calm and collected ou deck, getting the ctew forward and prevent ing any unnecessary alarm. Some of the men went instantly below- to search for those employed in the etoke-holes it was now evident must t. . 4.iiuuy injured, if l..a.i . m man, with one or two others, went below to the ! lower deck cabins, where one at least was known to be covered by the wreck, while (.apt. Harri son came on deck and ordered the ship s course to be altered toward the land till it could be as certained that there w as no immediate danger ft om fire or injury to tho frame i f the vessel below. The former risk appeared to be the most immi nent, as the flames wer j still rushing fiwrcelv from the furnace doors. The hose was therefore or dered to be laid on, and instant preparations made for extinguishing the fire. Dklinquknt CArrrr.cn. The readers of our police report w ill remember the case of the Peo ple vs. N. P. Hodges, for perjury, published some five or six weeks ago. Hodges was arreted ar.d held to ba 1 to await an examination before Ju ticc Edwards. Charles Gibb, of this place, becom ing one of his sureties. On the d.-iv of examina tion Hodges did not appear in court, and his s ire ties were called upon to produce the respondent or forfeit the sum of jf5. Officers, were at once dispatched to find the delinquent, but with out success. Finallv, he wa tracked into Ii.di ana and a man named Rodger?, from Decatur, was sent for him. He returned with Lis prisoner on rridav night, and lodged h:m in Mil. It said Hodges made a desperate resistance, and even stabbed his captor, but was overpowered and secured. A(.ii'i-&o Jtiegruj .. Fatal Accident at Newaygo. A horrible and fatal accident occurred at Newavgo, on Mon day last, by which a youg man named Thomas Baldwin, of Cannon, in this county, lost Lis life, ne was engaged as a sawyer in the mill of Mr. Matevy. While in the act of rolling a log on the carriage, ia consequence of the Slipping of his lever, or log hook, he fell upon the circular $-, and his body was instantaneously and completely severed just below Lis breast. f!is lei'ow work men did not observe the movement, until a slight change ia the sound of the saw caused them to look a-ound, and with horror, to gee Lis quiver ing form roll upon the fi.or, ia two parts, one upon each side of the log! Grand Rapid Eagls. ' Challenge to the World. We were waited upon yesterday afternoon by Mr. Wrn. Harding, of this city, who desires us to make public a challenge which is on'y exceeded ia its liberality by its oddity. The proposition of Mr. Harding is to back Benjamin Smith also a resident ot Cincinnati aged eighty years, to run a foot race with any man ia the world of a similar aze, one or two hundred yards, for the sura cffosMj. The person upon whom Mr. Harding is anxious to risk his money is well known here, and of a clxsj f,f people ' remaraably young for their age" ia these days of fast living and fast dying---a class Tery limited in its numbers. Cincinnati Con -mercial. A Sikal Claimer. The Mt. Clemens Advo cate protests against the horse Magna Charta bebg called the " ColJwater horse," as he was raised in Macomb county. It adds: "This is the county that turns out the best horse, the best sheep and cattle, and we have a little prid ia Laving it known." Death of lIffh Hut By the Anglj-Saxon we have the announce-1 ment of the death of Leigh Hunt, the well-known 1 Engiis'i journalist and poet, and whose writings ! have atuiaed much popularity iu this country, j Leigh Uur.t, was born at Southgate. in Middle- j sex, England, Oct. 19th, 17s4. His father, aj West Indian by birth, resided in Pennsylvania j at the time of the American Revolution, and j manifested Lis loyalty to the English crow a so i w armly that he was compelled to fly to England, where" he sooa afterwards took ordets in the i English Church and became, a tutor to Mr. Leigh, j a nephew of Lord Chandos. Leigh Hunt was named after Lis father's pupil, and received his early education at Christ's Hospital. Mr. Hunt commenced to write poetry at an early age, and ia 1 ?"3 assisted his brother in editing a paper called the Xrvt. In connection with Lis brother he afterwards edited a aper called the Examin er, ia which he called the Prince-Regent an Adonis of fiftv," was prosecuted for libel, found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of 5ih, and to sutler two years' imptisonnient. His brother also shared his imprisonment and fine and costs of suit. After his liberation, Leigh Hunt con tinued to write for the Examiner, and subse quently set up a quarterly magazine called the RrfieUr, which was followed by the Li'rrat, which he published in connection with Byron and Shelly. In 1S22, Hunt was to Italy, to re side with Lrd Byron, and on Lis return freely expressed his dissatisfaction in a work called livron aud h$ Loteiaporartci. Mr. Hunt s chief reputation rests on his Essays, published in a col lection called the Hound lable, which he wrote in connection with Hazlitt, alo ia his Indicator a'lil lnanion. lit rolar Shot and Cai-icrek. The house of James E Ferguson, in the adjoining town of Summit, was broken into several nights since, and many articles of provisions stolen therefrom. Suspecting the thief might make another attempt in the same way, Mr. F. took the precaution to watch the place of entrance, and last Friday night while he was on guard, armed with a shot gun, the same man made his appearance, took out a light of glass in the sash door, and had thrut his arm through the opening thus made, to loosen tho fastening, when Mr. F. discharged his gun at the offending arm, which was quickly withdrawn, and its owner Ik at a haty retreat. He was pursued by Mr. F., who, with the aid of a faithlul dog, soon captured the nocturnal ma rauder, diessed his wounded annJ and brought him to this city, and delivered Lim ia charge of the authorities. The name of the burglar is John Wilkins; a middle aged single man, who had been employed at cobbling by Mr. Ferguson ar.d other farmers ot Summit. JacLn I'-it. The Livonia Child Mcrdlr Trial of the Mi r.i'ERER. The Free Vr'tt recounts the horri ble affair that occurred on the 2.th of June last, at Livonia iu that county, in which a man named William Fulton attempted to shoot his wife, while sitting at the supper-table, and missing his mark, blew out the brains of his child. The man was subsequently arrested, and examined before Mr. Justice Blue of that township, who committed him to jail, to answer at the Circuit Court to a charge of murder. The trial of the case t'ok place yesterday Messis. D. E. Uar baugh, Prosecuting Attorney, and Henry II. Well appearing for the People, and Sylvester Lamed and J. P. Bedford for the p.-isoner. The facts disclosed at the trial were not different from those adduced at the examination, which testi mony w as printed in full. 1-Afc.v. SrpERtoR Pr.FSRTTERY. Thi s body Las been in session here during the pat week. Present, hi membet;". Reverends J. M. Har nett, of Supciior; W. B. McKee, of Bayfield, J. Irwin Smith, ot Ontonagon and Rev. II. C. Riggs, of S. Catherines, C. W., by invita tion. The Presbytery was opened m Tuesday eve- nii g, with a sermon by Mr. Mekec. call fioin the congregation of this place having been extended to, and accepted by, 51r Smith, to become their pastor, he was regularly installed in that office on Wednesdav evening, Mr. Harnett propounding the queries and de livering the charge to the pastor, and Mr. Mc Kee delivering the charge to the eode. ti.netjof Miner. Dkaiii in Fr I'nk orn. Some of the Softs are just now likening Dickinson to juintus Cur- tius, who engiilped himself to benefit his coun- trv. The parallel might go a step farther: "Mr, Curtius" was never heard of afterwards, except among the obituary notices. Nor will Mr. Dick inson be. The old Rom nt took his leap to propitiate the gods. Dickinson, less elevated in his aspiration, simply desired to propitiate Dean Richmond and Peter Caggt r. Alb. Jvttr. " Xtful d wortiti, nisi ItonHiH." Em-lanation of a Sensation Row in a The atre. A few evening since, while the curtain was down between the act of the play at Laura Keetie's Theatre, a woman rose in the dress cir cle and proceeded to ad. Less the house, exhort ing them to repentance, and going on iu a way to lead the audience to believe that she was de mented. She wa quietly led from the theatre and peace was restored. It now turns out that she was not crazy at all, but that she undertook the preaching feat to win a wager of j2o. The winner of the bet is said to be a Mr. John Daw- kin. y. r. Trih. .AMJlillKIM IKIUllI'lIX A .i iJuv violated in her otrn home. We have to record another case of villainous outrage upon a female, occurring within a few days, and but a hort dis tance from this city, in the province oi Canada. The lady was a French woman, the wife of Mr. Julius Jatro, residing on the east shore of Lake St. Clair, at a place known as Big Point. The guilty party was a Iiwer Canadian Frenchman n.iiind Amabel B. Duckett, a young man not more than iiiiietecti years of age, who resides in the tow nship of Dover East, north of Chatham. lM. Frf 1're. ExriNsn e iCARRFLiNii. The Second Mort gage Bondholders of the La Crosse Rail Road evince no disposition to enter into the ar rangement proposed for capitalizing the securi ties of that company, but propose to commence proceeding of foreclosure. Thi movement will, wo understand, we resisted by the parties inter ested, on the ground of illegality, if not fraud, of the original issue. The foreclosure will only take place at tl ie end of tediou and expen-ivc litigation. The New Sivle of Envelopes. A number of orders for tb new patent envelopes having been already filed ia the Department, the Post master General has directed that the contractor furnish half a million of the self-ruling envelopes ordered by the Department, in boxes and pack ages suitable for immediate distribution to the post oflices. It is expected that the envelopes will be ready by the 1st of October. T)'troit Free Prext. A Staleing AffraT. We learn that on Sat urday evening last, an altercation occurred be tween a couple of men at a Grocery, not far from the Railroad Depot, at Sturcis, in this county, w hich resulted in the scabbing of one of the par ties, in such a manner, that Le died on Sundiy evening. The murderer was arrested. Western Chronicle . Btar Killed. A black bear, aout a year old, large and fat, was killed, about two miles north of this village, a few days ago. He was shot b- Mr. Samuel Granger, near his corn-field. Mr. Grarger thinks there is another one of the same sort lurking about in that vicinity. Sani lac J"T. The Geeat Ea-ters. The date of the depar ture of the great ship has been postponed. She will not leave England until the 2?th of this month. She may therefore be expected here about the first or second week in October. She will remain until the 1st of November, when he returns !l England. Alb. Journal. Grand Rapids Salt. We have now before us a roecimen of fiDe salt, manufitetti-w.1 -o- day by Jas. Scribner, from water taken from the wei ne is now oonng near Cold Brook, in this cltv. It is verv fine and whit n,t a-.ni be the pure article. Eagle, 2?fA uli. Cash Arrival. The Mosea TatIot wVir. .s. rived ia Xew Tort on Monday last, brought - 000,000 in gold. Death of as Olp Indus Chief. The Great Spirit has released another of the aborigines from his earthly tenement, and taken his spirit home. " Condeaeo'i," the oldest Chief of the Ontonagon band, died last week. He was newly HV years old, being quite a lad and re membering well the first mining entetprise un dertaken in this country, r.ear the forks of the ( Ontonagon, and in the vicinity of the faniou' " copper rock." j This mining was done under the superinten-' dence of Alexander Henry, in 1771, at which time the subject of our sketch wa aNut ten vcars old. Iu the eailv part of the prevent century, Le Lad a terrible encounter with a black bear, near the American landing, some twtlve miles above this village, the marks of which he carried to the grave. When found on the bank ot the river, he w as almot dead, the flesh being so torn from Lis back and sides as to expose the bones and ribs in several d tferent places, and life was despaired of for some days, but his iron constitution finally overcame wounds which any ordinary man must have sunk under, and he re covered. His antagonist, a lull grown bar, was found dead but a few rods from where the old chnf was picked up, his body being pierced ia a num ber o! places, aui finally through the heart, by his mortal combatant. Peace to the ashes of noble an Indian as ever threw a tomahawk, or paddled a canoe. Lake Sui-trior Mit'r. A Hark Wokeinc. Govirnor. The Boston correspondent of the New York Ei-euinj ' pays the following d served compliment to Gov. ernor Banks: "If there is a Larder worked or a Larder working man in this Commonwealth than Gov. Banks, he is to be pitied. Since his return from the rather exacting hospitalities of New Yotk, he ha, probablv, more irons in the fire than at any one time since he left the machine shop, at the close of Lis apprenticeship. The duties de volving upon the Governor at the Commence ments of Harvard and Tuft's Colleges, the Plym outh Celebration, the burning of the Reform School at Wetboro' and the hospital ou Deer Isl and, the Mate Encampment at t onco-d, an -xtra session.of the Legislature, w ith an a hires before the approaching State Fair in Michigan, and an address at the State Fair in Vermont, and the inauguration of the Webster Statue next Satur day, seem to afford a eutticiciitly ample and varied field of labor for the energies of one timi. If the Governor were a man to slight hi work, these tasks would be sufficiently onerous ; but he per forms thoroughly and carefully whatever he un dertake. The decided success which ha crowned the encampment at Concord, is owing mainly to his energy and activity qualities whieh he has the rare faculty of being aide to infuse! inth oth ers. It is not going too far to say that Massa chusetts nver had a more popular or useful Gov ernor.' A Parti r Easv Virtie. At the recent Massachusetts Democratic State Convention, B. F. Hallett ma le a speech congratulating the Con vention that they had nsid i.othing in the plat form against the re-opening of the African Slave Trade, or a Slave Code for the Territories. He urged that as the South was the source of Demo cratic power, it must be respected and concilia tes!, thus: "Why, fir, who has got to elect the next Pre sident Where are your J20 electoral votes that we expect to have thrown for the Presidential candidate of the Charleston Convention? They are i:t the Southern State. The Democratic par ty i in a tiiinotitv upon the Presidential qucftioii at the North. That puts us upon conciliation and manly concession, and to be sure we do not ob'trucf, if we cani.ot directly aid in the elec tion." It is not new for Democratic Conventions to sink principles which are likely to interfere with sucees,biit it is new for them to own if so fnit.k U.Alf: Jir. Fr.iOHTiTL Dfatii. At Hartford, Conn., a boy named W. W. S'leperd, employed iu a rifle factory, w as blown almost to pieces while testing eight litle-barrels. Th scene in the room is described as having been so horrible as nearly to deprive the occupants three in riumlier, be sides the deceased of their senses. One ball entered his abdomen, paeing thence upward through his chest and heal; one traversed Lis right arm to the shoulder, and others entered his head, scattering his brains over the entire apart ment and it occupuut. Pieces of his skull were blown into Mr. Phinney's face with such force that they could only be extracted by means of pincers. A young man named John Bradley, who wos standing bcide the deceased at the time, in a stooping posture, received one of the balls through bis cap, which must Lave kil'ed him had be been erect. Narrow Escape. A few days since, H. V. Cook and Thomas New comb started from here in a Hiiiiboat for St. Joseph, after a cargo of fruit. Arriving oft' that port, a puff of w ind faiily rnd'd the boat over, leaving her bottom-side up. Mr. Cook was caught under the boat, and having partly succeeded in extricating himself, was again driven by a wave into his perilous position. Af ter having suffered extreme danger for tome con siderable time, thev were rescued bv the life-boat of the propeller Barber, and arrived here on Thursdav morning last, bv the schooner G. F. Foster, having given up the enterprise, and sold their boat at St. Joeph. Muskegon Rj: New Blaitils of Slav.rv. Many of our readers will recollect a colored female, Utelv resident of this city, named Nancy Farrar, better known a Black Nancy. 1 he unfortunate woman left London a short time sicce for one of the Southern State, with a view to effect the Libera tion of her daughter from Uavery. White there, we learn that she was pounced upon by some "blood-hounds, and tx-mg unable to prove her self free, according to tho laws of the land of lib erty, she was held captive, and is now retained a slave ou one of the plantations. Poor Nancy. London I'rtotyj,'. AcciiiEntai.lv Kii.leo. We learn that a pen tleiuuii named Warner, living iu Batavia, in this county, was accidentally killed on Saturdav last. He was at work in a field " logging." His team was Litebed io one end of a log, and was draw ing it upon the ground w hen one end caught and the team starting suddenly, the log was brought around in some way, striking him full upon the Lead and killing Lim instantlv. He was an uncle of Harvey Warner, Esq , of this village, and sev cnty-lwo years of age. Coldfater Rep. Sliding. The recent heavy rains Lave soft' cried the ground and caused the edge f-f the bank fronting Pearl street, on whice the residence of W. D. Foster, F.q., stands, to cave; thereby injuring the foundation, and allowing the front side ft Lis Louse to assume somewhat the shape of a irgima rail fence. It has been propped up with large sticks of timber. Grading street, not unfrequcTitly, maites bad work for the rei dents on them. Grand Rapid Eagle. Passing awat. An Indian woa.an diedon the IClh inst., near the river, about a mile from thi place. A good coffin was obtained lor her by her friends. She was interred in this village on Saturday last. Thns,6low!y, one by one, are the duskv children of the Sore-t falling off, leavins their once loved fields and hunting grounds in quiet possession of ths w hite man, to join their kinarcJ in the land ot the Great Spirit. Intcola Fionx'.r. A Chestnct Opening. The Charleston Cour ier contains the speech of Senator Ches nut, delivered Sept. 29, at Campen. He favors southern unity and the development of her re sources ; repudiates the agitation of the opening of the slave trade ; and oproe the position of Senator Dourlas about unfriendlv Territorial le gislation. Tni Atlantic Monthlt. The affairs of Phil lips, Sampson k Co., have been placed in chan cery. It is not kiiown positively whether the Atlantic Monthly will be continued or not, but there is said to be a good prospect of its weath ering the storm. Several of the wealthier con tributors so the rumor runs are laying their means together with a view to purchase. Free Prttt. A Thief's Leaf. A thief detected pilfering in the fourth story of the Metropolital Hotel, Chicago, on Monday, jumped down three stories into an area, breaking both of bis ancles, and seriously injuring him otherwise. Dids't Wast Him to Rettrs Rich Scsn Like some of his illustrious contemrKrariea, the editor of the Buffalo Pott has been very vio lent, at times, ia denunciation of the Central Railroad. He desired to go cast, and he ihoofht if -roil!.) he rerr eonreniirit to ho 'l.riK.l :.L a pas." Expressing his thoughts to a friead, he remarked that it he had not been so violent toward the Road he supposed he might get ths coveted pass. Bis friend assured Lim that if bs ould spplv to Dean Richmond he would be se. commodated, which the editor thought prepos terous; but alter consideration tie concluded to make the attempt. He accordingly called on Mr. R-, and the following conversation ensued, the report of which we find in the Syracuse Journal: "Mr. Richmond," said the editor, "I am going cast, and I Lave called to see if you can secoss ruodate me w ith a pas." ' tVrtaily, sir, certainly, sir ; with the greatest of pleasure," said M r. R., and he proceed to fill out the pass. The little card was Landed to the editor, who, ' expressing Lis thanks, glanced over it, and taw that it only passed Lim to Albany, with no pro. vision for Lis return. 'Mr. Richmond, said the editor, very mod estly, " I see this only pases me to Albany. 1 intend to return " " The deuce you do!" said Richmond, seizing the pass. Intend to return, eh? Cant have any pass from me, then ! " And he tore the pan into pieces. We don't know whether our friend has gone cast yet But it is said that Le admires Dean Richmond since that cene transpired. A! ban Journal. A Narrow Escape. As Mr. Wm. Rerkey w as standing near a planing machine in his shop yesterday, one of the cutters belonging to Ute machine, and which levoltes very rapidly, got loose and was thrown with tremendous violence against an iron roller, where it broke. From the roller a piece of the knife, six inches long, four inches wide and halt an inch thiik, glanced, strik ing Mr. Bcrkey ia the thigh, inflicting a severe flesh wound. From Dr. Bliss, who dressed ths gash, we learn that Mr. Bcrkey is doing well aud will probably be up in a few days. FranJ Rd- id A'fty. A DrsiERAtF Fi i Low . Tod Deputy Sheriff Buchanan, of St. Clair county, came here ia search of a negro that Lad been threatening to shoot a woman and child, and kept at bay with dirk ui.d revolver, five men in St. Clair countv. The negro was seen ia town again this niorniug and again in the afternoon trying to pass what was supposed to be counterfeit money. Ml. Clrment Standard. At KottA-M ai. The Columbus (Ohio) Statrt man says that a young lady, aged about sixteen, of considerable intelligence and prepossessing appeal ance, ia now residing with the Sheriff of Utowa county, preparatory to her removal lo the Lunatic Asylum, having become insane from viewing the aurora boreahs a short time ago, which the was induced to tx-tieve betokened the approaching end of the world. Atlantic. We have received the October number of the Atlantic. Its contents are " Dai ly Beauty" (by Richard Grant White,) "The Artist Prisoner," "The Minister's Wooing," "Old Paper," "Rilled Gun' "A Trip to Cu ba," " Blondel," " The Wondersmith, (by Fits James O'Brien.) " Roba di Roma,' by W. W. Story, " La Malanotte," " The Profeasor at the Breakfast Tatde," Literary Reviews. Terms 3 per year. Address Phillips, Samp son L Co, Boston. Send for the Atlantic if if jou wish a good magazine. 7.jie Repi,tory. This excellent Magazine for October is on hand as nsual full of literary treasures. Two Steel Plates, engaved in the highest style art of adorn it. " A Reminisence of the Catskill," and a Portrait of Hon. Jacob Sleep er, of Boston, will bear to be looked at long and well. Address Swormstedt L Poe, Cincinnati. CITY ORDINANCES. I BV AUTHORITY. A N OUDIXAXCETO REVIVE AND 2Y. AMKVD AV OKHXANVE TITLKJ AN OKI- nam t: kh.ati veto Tin; v:miv;ok ikemi yuats, i'ASNHi MAY 10, A 1 1 "nrno 1 . IU U brtlamd t.f th? Cum mi m t'cKnri! of (Ac riy Lmntittg, Trial an otde titDre ent tn J u or1muce laliv to tla vrudtag t4 iir-h niesTii, riap.f May I'Uh, A. ft. Kit, be cad the aro it Irn-bT refiTeU auil awud-d to a to iad a follow 4. Ml S c. 'I Thr Vmm't I'tmm U Ik ' Lamtmf K'rWy ordiun, lliat tha Common teuoeil may hem aujr tiutwunliy -(M.u nt tba K ct t ru t jr on- or up war'l, to M.(K in tba tu.ui-a cf nd i( frab inral !-e 3. Any T u ug (r aucb IsecuaC aUaU appl l.i tie t 'it l.ik, alio ball submit aucb apptirattui to tli Ciunril and if ueb a lieatioa w alloavd, tha Cleth. ohalt i u nrb l eroa atp k-4 for .o tba prwda-tk of ibf i it jr Tr.ui-r r-ct tir tba aanouat of aa4 lir.iM. rC 4. Tba tun 1 1 be paid fr aurb Ueeuaa aball t, for tttiifoary market, laenty dollaia par year, Bad tor a (ed ar'ii Iieetie, twenty dollara per yaar. 6. No racn thall aell any freb ineata wttbia tba limit" .f !! cny lei than ty tlie quarter, wlthaut beluj beeiited an arote-ait, under the enmity tit Bra dollar; and In drUult t Ibe payment tti.-racl, ahall be IRlpneooed in the city (iiiteiit:ary for tba term tf ten daya her a Tbe t.Vik cliatl keep a, reflate r of all Iieeoaea granted, and f.r each lieeom aball recti tha auat ot taeuty Da cent, to ba paid by tba peraoai to aboaaaatd brenw it irraLted Mee 1. nl.iiatice ha:l taka afWt vitbm tLia data tr'inj aud after it publication. see. fc. 1 he JuMtcrs of tba I ear uf the city tf laaMOf , a w II a the Reeortet 'a touitof aaid city , aball bar juri-diction i.f al aetmna anainr, nnier thi otdmaura. hee V. And if any i-Utiooary neat anarkat maa aali nWt to take out a licet a 1 r bra daya after tba pabit rat:oa i.f th oi.linauc-, ucb paraon or perwna aball ba Eue.f tin aura nt tea dulUra.aad 'n default of tba payawat aball b- irafTMw-d ia the city penitentiary (or tea day at the ooiomoa cuuocil ro.iu, thx VStb day af S. ptcmlr, A I). liv, H. U 8M1I1J, Jfaavr. tiwi A. Annyn.i, CUrk. ORDINANCE FOR TIIE CON- Snn.. I. lie U or..i.f fy the Coaiatoa CrJ rf ffc rtffj InuHj, Tbatthareatctiwaoanaraaadoecapaata of earh and et.ry lot aad b'juae adjoin .n tbe re.pactira -trm-ta h-ie i.(t.-r upeeihed, are h reby required to lay aideaaik.a I -i. iui! ter 4e.cnb d.m lii.nt ot kUor berM or hone, aii-l at b or ber oan ; roper coat, rharga and eir-ne . i : tiftA ai-Je aaik on tha ootth uulm of Fb.aaaaaM -tieet, firm Walnut treet to Waaamtun araaua, af bite ik p'ank, cue and i u !.:( incbe tbiek ant aot more tl.au e eht incl awia, Uid tranvrely an foad aud ib-tin ial -tmigera. och a tbe jfar.hal aoay diraet faid aaik -hall be t.,ur f.-t vide, and to be rompiaWI aa or bet .re U.e lith day of Oeti.U-r oeit. S-Mi AU'i a nide a!k t .ike qual.ty aad dimrnaioaa, and to be buiit in tba eaina maunT aad Iim at tta above. .n tha D'.rth .i.e of franklin atreet, fii.oj tba are I naof I'.t f lutteeu, b! k Arc, to tha ea.t hna of Mota ii. in aid city Third aa.k of lie uuality auf disoeriaioaa, ta be limit in tt nam manner ai;d tuee aa the B rt wa aboT mentioned, cn the uoitb lib 4 Kilbotn aUaat, from Wabinf.D ateuoi- lo the t-art br of lot (T) aeren, n block thirty n r.e, in aaid eity twrih A i-wa k of like q. al.ty aad d aet..ia, to be hull in the nut ma Boer and t;iM a the trt walk ab .e mentioned, .n th at W.e t.f iwytnaar ateMt, from the on'haeit eo-ner f block aea niy to fiariB 8tr-et. S-c S. Tl.a City Marshal tail in.md a'ely ra aotiea of tbi ord.riiue by pt:nr, a O'rtita r baildiaf aaid wa kt on eaeh block that eam wa'.ka rc-peetivelf paea. Hite at the common council room, thta iith day of July, A D M H. . fMITH, Jfa. Oro. A. Ak-TROr, Clerk. RESOLUTION TO EXTEND fc'HI- X. AWS-KE f-TP.r.rT .'erW l9 th Ommsm Coumrit of th Cilf t f Latksiy, i bat it ia by them (Vetoed bibm ary to itlenj biaaa-ee ?ret in a diteet roe eastward f.-om ran 1 street to Graad Hirer, and of tbeaaaMaadara wi'l'h a th tail h:wi-.-e ctreet w u, ao at to ma th earn im continuon afreet from the wethaecf e W n t xteen to th around of the State Reform Scbaol ; an-1 that they intend to tat private property tkereaar, which property ia described at tol'.owi, v: A Una of lacd H f om th noth . J of J t tina (ft), ta bkiHi -ty-ix li ft), n the city of Lannrijr. iteediir froa OraaS atreet toO.-ntJ:Fer,b.onleJoa'b bytbaaoatb baaal ary Li of r h a - atreet, extended ftoea Grand eliaat th-oub aaid lot nine to Grand hmr : and alan aaatHr tr:p of land eff from tbeaontbtsieof lot eht (S),la"ai4 hlucx cxty-s x (04), ex ead ngfrnm Grand atreet to Craas Rirer, act bjtttVl tutu by tbe north tKmooary ha af Sbaaaa-ee a'reet. eiteuiiei from Oraad atreet tbrowg t d ir-t e bt (i), to Craod Riter; and that tbey viH,a th 14 h day of November, A I JM9, at two data to tre af moon. apply to tbe Reorder's uwtrf tbe erty f Lan.nf . at tba Common Coeue J room of aaid ety ef Lanf-rr, ('.hat be nf the piac for boid eg aaid eoart,) for th iraw:cjf cf a jury to ?rtain the necewit of aaaf tb prory Kt Intended to be taken, and to uctftta the jct damatet aol eflaopeDaatii ahicb aay aerata tcay be entitled to if aaeb n'4i improwemcat k Dad, atd to a 'cert .n and iuhi auth damafea aad eompeo-atKii to and upon a I t ta, premie ana T:i ns th.rof, which will be bnectte4 ay wmA lav aeoTement. Done at the common cowneil room, tblt'b day of Sep'ember, A. U. Cin-i't Crnca, C.ty of Ltaiuf. I, .o. A Annatrotif , Ork of tbe city of Laa, hereby eertify, that th above Rnolokne wa 4-o by 'b am men Cocneilrf aaideiry, on tbe 19th day of .September, A. D.l Wittie my band and th aeal af ta LP Ctrof Lne,tb:aS24oayof SestoakwT a. jr. im. , wC22 GEO. A. ARMSTRONG, Off Clerk.