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LYUbl Ij.WL.U 0ll.iu.iuu. A. A. CABLE. EDITOR. ttlSBHtH, FEIMY, AFSIL i'h M. rf.TTlS'JlLL .V- Co.,!-.' State t.. other iortions ol ;..-.v .. V- - W.rk BI S'it'lOiir- ) f-.: th :nt.'iuti in V-oth those P:c-. lowing extracts : (The war appears to be no nearer a ter mination than it was months sgo. Ihe Oregon Timet says that every part of the territory, save the Willamette valley, . . . " . j -tio l,m cpnt i is in imminent Ganger, am t hundreds of her best men to defend s of it. We make the fol- Covrcspcmbnicc. For tbe Standard. Ogdensbcegh, N. Y.,tA.pril 14. Fkiexd Eable, Ogdensburgh is sit uated on the St. Lawrence river, oppo site Prescott, Canada West, and some For the Standard. Warkex, R. I, April 11, 185G. Spring has now indeed come to this place. The air which conies so softly over the sea, and around the islands in Narragansett Bay, seems to be laden with a freshness which brings new life and vi"or to man and beast. And an- n . ., - n other assurance that the season i remi WILLIAM RICKER, j Who is now traveling the county solicit-! ii' s.:ber:r-tions f jr the SttnJurJ, is our ; r. T-;.ts ?;vrn by him u, I acknow .edged , fmne munci of ,i,e whites, fifty miles from Kingston, Itie Uswe The present aspect of Indian hostili- j gatch;e river fi0Ws into the St. Lawrence , . mom- ongs c tne robins ties in Northern and Southern Uregon , Rt plac& The nTer ,s one mile oe-, &s balance them. .j r.;v.;n,inn Territories, savs me . uuu ' - ";1,hlu" . 1 : . . - - . .j 1 -TT Q : . . , tween banks r.ere, ana j -i , . ,,, highest branches ot tne old roadside, i he pear, the buds I first trip tor the season on raiuiu.v . . swei arMi the farmers The hostile hordes in the WaHa- aua . jp,, 0f Ogdensburgh is somej be,Tnt0 put the seed into the ground, icinuv are uiauius u UCi,iURt . v "ijs.utu: ana me pwic - 7ii.... ,k c mniderea w ue mucu S s :b-rrrt:ons for the w,ri 0rcgon Times, looks anything but flutter- ! s(eam ferrv boat in the summer, and on by the , .-iUirly authorised agent, and a.l re-, Tjiere is a gloomy aspect prevad- j the ;ee in the winter. The boat made its. w!n5't0 apr 1 Pe-wit-Pe-wit-Chickaclee-ciee. c)raeliU3 be j buf;ne.1;ke a5pect. There are two i n Koxtn-iird than it usually liiiiM . i.auw aWe w-,h his GOO volunteers to rout mis j arge Flouring Mills on tne wegatwu.c, . have pianted onions, pota- Tv.n't thfet that bird ' and you ... toy. a;;. Though a Moody contest j VK wheat is ground and flour barreled! j think the soil here is he'U up vour v ! is looked for, and the numbers unequal, ; for other markets. Large quantities ot ; ea5;lv t;lledj but ;3 Yoti net as thotj-h the father of old boy? j h jopes tbat the brave voi. j f come in ,hrougll tb;s port from Can- .-.iti u.c .' i mc-tte vailey is aooui me om j Ut drive i.t yoar mothers fcather bfcdM 0re,ron at'present apparently hen you can Lave and feathers" , . marferersand thi ! cot verv i i i,;i,tv. One favorite fer- "uavoa: ' "'uu w ''"" ; rtr.pr mnv be successful as m the lour -iVpit verv ceason, and go on over , - ,., . . nflon" M-!.rrs fly," p into the barn yard and i ;a Deeember. The Willa- j ,he Northern Railroad to Rouse's int' j "1 ha been washed into shal" the chickens or oiler JowU there, or , ' . about the only portion of j aml ,hence t0 Waterbury, Montpelier and . fras' 1 '. Thp mPI1 en. lv safe from ! nn-tnn Indeed, this Flour business, is j . , , , rpi i o-aoed in -retting mis, go uuv " this portion t thn business of the place, lue f . . t Qtl,i i. BesUe.rou wiii only o-J.r.d the family jof0rc?on h furnLshed lmnJredi of her j stre4 of country from Rouses Point tojf "f.Jj then wUh lorig handled !-,en. Now, i rowing auttr.eseheUKj ftnd gcncroosly advanced its j Qgdensburg does not look to be averyj"- from the bottom ij::t,s vourtime and prematurely checK- i d edit for the vijrorous prose- I tinp f.lrm;ar section ; though it should be j ia s ' B , , , .,-,.,, t1,.. hr;ni. ' . ..... ... , , Ulllll LUC? ' " SCcujs Items. C .T Escape of a l-corm Th Afontreal Herald of Wednesday morning states that a passenger arrived in that city on Saturday last by the Un der ground Railway, having bad a nar fmm the U. S. Marshal at St. Albans. It appears he left servitude in Baltimore on the 14th of January, and made his way towards Canada as far as St. Albans, where he found employment. On Fridav last his former master and a United States Marshal arrived at the lat ter place. On making inquires for the object of their pursuit, they were kindly informed that they would be more suc cessful in securing the prize at Water- bury, Vt., than at St. Albans. Mean time the triends of the "colored brother" transports him a few miles further north in a sleigh, and placed him on the freight train ; in a few hours he was beyond the reach of the U. S. Marshal safe on British oround. Barlinglon Free Press. American Baptist Missionary Tjjnos. We understand the receipts of the Americans Baptist Missionary Union, in donations and legacies, for the month of March, were 37,503,51, and that the total receipts from the same sources, for the year ending with that month, were i is 134 SI. beinsc an increase of about $16,000 over the receipts of the previous year, and more than ever before received in one year. The Sheriff of Franklin county, Ala., lately bung a man after receiving thp State. a respite iroiu mc vu . - He pronounced the document a forgery and disregarded it, but it was genuine, and the sheriff is to be tried for murder. He for.goi me iiim-- '""'lotion of the war and thedetenccot me fcave jt leaned from the frosty arms c. ; ?ettlemen!s. iu:..-r vMo the lap of spring, you offend j The 6tearaer Wasco, says the Ortgo- --.in: nature vou offend tr.e uou mar; aaaco, ma, " i (o the AcK and pi!e Up ot me year rorjuu-iuj; m The 2vew York Prohibitory Liquor,' When the tide Hon. Henry Wiltsil, a member of the New York Assembly for the city of New York, has been arrested and held to bail on a charge of illegal voting at an Joittnn in Albany, on Tuesday. He does not deny the voting, and says he can not imagine how he came do do it ! Prater Voted Oct. A public meeting was recently held in London, intended, by those who called it, to aid the movement to promote Sabbath observ- -- -i ti n. 1 . 1 iance. lxm ouausoury presiueu, u . 1,1 mnvwjv nnA dollar ! oj'tw wliilp nsrpndinr the Columbia riv- , T i,-;nr, nmnnnnred unconstitu-! ,u a -' ' . lesyou to wiold that weapon; and , . p . fi DaUes I T;f Au ROfnJ and twenty-five cents per load, une per- . nana,, , iuc u... v,. t,t.., .i,m t mnwr. anneared to SOn "'J'" 7 -ri is favorable a man can get two ucu u. , & ciergyman present to open the meeting with prayer. This was pro tested against and after much confusion . . . . . i ,e .ilUdd that you offondevery humane j Ja j nuffibers on the Xorth " . nd disgusting! Pthe farmers of Vermon because mey trin.iple wi-hia your breast; every emo- ., - , . .e the raouth of ; ' -t. wnrA than is , . . t..i ... t ' .- , troa mere save suca as ueioui; iu uiura. Hark, niw, and look ayont! The dark b.les of evening are shutting close .Wr iiw.i ik: the tune when the owls t I could not get this sea weed to enrich their j kinds, but perhaps Kilt would answer a Do? river. Their balls, however, did no ., . ... or)Cm;pa whom the. wri- i damage. Maj. Haller of the U. S. Ar- j k yeJ t0 be one. 0n reaching the ' ? Purpose as a substitute. dt, with a small force of regulars, came I Ho:dvhpre j ara stopping, tfce first sight i 0oni are the yegetab es raided here ;,;m,d!.!,lv down from the Dalies, to ! " 1 1, -,,,7,, for speculation; they yield trom four to ol the dr usually mire to ,hej"'e5ts j prevent the Indians from crossing to the 1 ick" nWpid motion! It was! six hundred bushels per acre, and sold at i?longpaed. 1 et see thru red-breast , . Tl3 j ,u ! from fifty cents to one dollar per bushel. bird. Ho-.v impatiently she flits from ! onS smce x nuu huu eu.u considered here to be the ' " . ! "An exnress came from Oiympia to , . i that I was not a little startled by it CUL 1 . ... Kl r est to tree, and trom tree to roof. How . c c l i c ' , , . i mot unorotltab e business which can be 1 i Vflnconvpr. savsthe Oreironian. on ed- :.- i u.-.i nl to wnrlrsm ulo-i tlaiative is her wail ; how lontlv her cry ; j , -i i i ' u . , i fol'owed. They cannot enter into com how void of cheer is all her utterance. II who till the fertile i m-sdnv rr.ornln? la-t. for aid. The In- ! ,l,.,j -i,;i, Qt nrpa-nt fh '-neeuliar 'Oi.owed. 1 j: - ni,mniv, Wtnf thp . . . , . v. r ,i,. petition with tno?e i:.:e!i;gibly does she sneak to the; , "... A. ... . " . . plains in the west, neither can they rival - ; M'uieuieuis. j. uc ui """ v Hotel. lhlS llOUSe liau ueeii liigui i . . . , ,yre?athi.n? ear her doubts, and hopes, j from theJr tomes t0 uke refage at nrid fears, for her mate ; how earnestly the strives to make hira answer ' ' - ! Olympia, her call;' which is barricaded. , ",i the Vermonters in producing wool, butter, as a house well kept ,.,, , Lieut. I . . , k,i r:trnBl cheese, ana stoes 01 w ...r ! recommended to me. iTCL : " u.Wi.-wrTr ?.r.rrr Tlarefully sensible of the disadvantages : , m great aesiueramiu mc,. - . t- Uhnr Tet there is. haw restless, leerie?. is sue; how her. i t i v c , ,. .... . ; under which tney labor. ' ' , , . . Icuded upon Col. W.ght, in command at ; soon found things mcelv in keeping with! uuut-1 J it was proposed, amid cheers and great uproar, that the business be proceeded with without prayer. This being secon ded, Lord Shaftsbury declared that in all his experience, he had never heard such a resolution proposed before, and declin ed to put it to the meeting. This was the signal for renewed uproar, in the midst of which his lordship retired. An other chairman was voted in, and those in favor of Sabbath amusements had things all their own way. Toexado at Philadelphia. A tornado at Philadelphia, Saturday night unroofed oae hundred and fifty houses in different directions of the city, but there was no loss of life, so far as heard from . . aneouver. ior more iroons, uui. ue uas . ur-,-' r,,i tu td.iv stick.' me waiter walls as it the tide uouid burst its bam-) r 1 , -i . . .T-n J . , , . i none to send. A companv oi vo.unteers were In4i , as were also the lable and i irs, ar.d what forlorn end chih-.ng sense , , 1 , ,. . i , . ... , ,, , . ,, left on Wedaesdav night on the steamer , cbamber maids; and, worst of ail. the j Fire. The house, together with its contents, owned by Mr. William Hurdley, situated on the land of Samuel H. Blaek- mer, in Bennington, was destroyed by fire on the morning of the 2d inst. Vt. Republican. gg" A State Republican Convention has been called in Massachusetts for the 4th of June next, at which delegates are to be appointed to the National Republi can Convention to be held at Philadel phia on the 17th. A short distance south is Newport, one . . i 1 . , Multnomah, for the mouth of the Cow- . Mj were din,v and passed of a -nu- ot lne moit PPular v.tr nn 1,,;r mntP to Olvmnia." t ,,t tuaA. resoit fcr persons of leasure and means. ? The dead mate of widow . . ! IDtroU3 poP-.-uU - - j Hope, noted as the i nv ii,o"iv..v iu.v.u..., m' room, iuhv preiraitu. num nu.it j. t j- K?d-orcas:. and m his beak a teatner to ; . . . . . . r . ' ' . . , , x- ! etronr told of Kinr Philip, an Indian , ,. , , . ., , i the Arqus of tbe 6th, that Captain lien- i d witnessed, to find neither ihe New slron Llnu ul r' ;rn ana tighten tceir nuptial coucn. . . . T. ,. r, r. i . .. , . ., rr Mcf who so firm v resisted me growing power ot the hrst wnue seuiers And look vo i ! what have vou here, at vcr fstt? 'Tis only a lird sav vou ? ,rpnt at Port Or- : v-.t. -n -v, T;mOJ rp i ! , . . .-o t 1U1K iliyuliC UVL AWiitCi - i toru, ana was iwene ur mietu wuci war.tonlv ot.lv bv a Iruie. I .. , , . x ! white men, were massacrea dv me aii V hv don't to'I break the violin, the soft-: , . . -r,m . i oians near me mouth ot Kogue nver, ou toned rlute, the cuitar. and the "mstru-i , , , r ' . , , J the 2Cth nil." , .. e .,..-! "Twenty-six wmtes and one negro , foand in lovtDg embrace. r.a;n uu-?ioana are vet GcTitoadestruc-' tivencss. still, hv no't break these mocl- Relat',T! to tLe caose the difficnlt5 inrj. faulty imitators of that pure, rich,!10 Wetlon PaImer th Indian - - . . . 'A rrc-r, t cat c ini2i;:ct.:e melo-ly which Gol has far-! c ' l.ished to roar an.-? r.. r.nd shrub, " without monev and wi'tboat 8ch measurei as w31 tend t0 "care the i e .t . . . . . If voar eve is pained bv!"ve:5 01 l"?e Indians, and maintain the 1 A C ! j perhaps, no place where more objects of Twq , brick churches and three fae. interest are crowded into so small space.. . Kensincrton were unroofed. The large boiler house of the Franklin iron works, one hundred and fifty feet long, was totally demolished. The trenton rail road depot at Kensington was partially unroofed. The Western telegraph lines are all down and it will require two or three days to get them again in working order. And here arj the beauties of the country with I cannot but feel it our duty to adopt and Railroad sheets. I hardly need add v. i-ftwiitinn Trns fnMr vprifipd : for iuwiu. j,....- , I-.. .1.1 ,.,:.1 c, Pitpnsivp the Xttc Tori Herald, Hum, and the " - , . , . T . . 1, orchard and healthv air ; the town with lowest kind of Loeotocoism, are generally jorcu.iru- u u , , . , .. l m,,- its noise, contusion, aiigreeauic suicu. ! on.i f;nn rj-innljitian. The ocean teem- t wiii not! TO"aivIded".- " " ' ' - L - J r j- s The ground here, except in the woods. ,hela BP for tbe bene2t of man ; bearin Ls entire! v free from snow, and manv si-nS upon its surface steamboats, sloops, wha- of the new-born Spring are seen. Satur-1 lers' and iIiiPs of 311 tindi' and its shorei day was a rainy day, but the clouds broke i fiti. with oysters, clams, coogs and oth awav at night and the ground froze quite ' er sIie11 fih- Oysters are taken from the hard. The Sugar season has been a verv I water around here, and are not brought poor one. It is not quite over yet, but j trola t!ie Southern States as some sup the quantity made will be ven- light. pose. Politics. I set it down as noticeable and singular, that, although I heard more or less chat in the cars, from St. Johns bury to this place, about the present as pect of political affairs, in no single in- eolors. anJ you have malice toward them' 6 uica uy treaty stipulations, in yoar heart, go first to the galleries 0f'The fattu'e iU prove tbU war bai been art st)J the dwellings of refined ta'e ! forced oa these Icdian against their a:.d there destror the miserable dauUlWm'nd tbat' t00' b7 a Eet of reckless whiVu man l.ai made in fcopele efort to 1 Taabonds' for Pecucia,7 Political ap the van-ins pluma- w::h which aiobecti' Eanc,,ocd b7 a numerous popu Dithie Hand has clothed the fowl, cf ho regard the treaty of the Uni- the :r. Ii vou fear the quaatirv of ver- StatC3 &S & leSitimale ob3ect of PIun-i-in. of noxious in-ects, of worm, and'?"' The .dians in that district have creor-ing tlinss in the world may be 'oo anV6a t0 tion by acts of cru- ditnvished lest ,ou dovo-e thef7Zf?&- Treaties have "4U? utpfcrv? uieai, wny cot let vour . , . . did hmr Tifmnrat CQr ht WtUa .,1.1 P-V.ic spirit rroEpt vou to destroy thP' . cla:minS to cmzens hZZrZi: 7::: T'Zi I Z. E.J. For the Standard. Capital Punishment A Fact. Early in the season of 18 a large stance did I hear the present. National IfP" of feathered bipeds returned 1 t. .v.. ...... . .i . -. . -. . J. H. Barrett, Esq., announces his retirement from the Middlebury Regis ter after a connection with that paper of eight years. Hereafter the Register will be published by Justus Cobb, former partner oi Mr. Barrett. Murder. Thomas J. Capeheart, an overseer on a plantation near Mt. Meigs, Montgomery County, Ala., died on the 29th ult., of sixteen knife wounds, inflic ted by a negro whom he was about to chastise. Two negro women were dread fully cut for their efforts to prevent the murder. - Rev. L. H. Stone, of Waitsfield, has accepted a unanimous call from the Congregational Church and Society in Northfield, and will commence his labors in N. about the beginning of May. Star. Administration defended, nor any desire 1 from their winter expedition, into sum- expressed that the Nebraska party should ; I be successful in tbe coming struggle. I mer quarters, new habitation; Before settling in their til Sad Accident. A distressing acci dent occurred to Dwight Miner, a son of Ovras Miner of Levden. on Sattirdav lasu me iatner ana son -were cutting wood together, when the young man in lifting a log, slipped, and in falling, re ceived a descending blow from his fath ers axe, that completely severed the an cle joint. The nature of the injury re quired amputation of the leg. Vt. Re publican. Octragx upos a Girl. Three fiends in human shape drugged an orphan girl 16 years old, in Watertown,N. Y., a few days since, and then violated her person in the most villainous manner, she bein" utterly unconscious of her ruin until the effects of the Letheran draught passed off. The monsters are still abroad, but it is The War in Central Americ i ne news oi me defeat of Wali troops under Sehlessinger, teas bro' to Pana-jia in the Dutch steamer E? from Saa Jose. Col. S., with 400 was well fortified at the hacienda Rosa, where he was attacked by a party of 500 Costa R;cans Gen. Moran, and entirely defeated prisoners were courtmartialed and by the Costa Ricans. chii flr t.: , (jrermans. Accounts say that Wa-. party was surprised, the Costa R;"!' after firing one volley, leaping the iTr and, with knife and bayonet, cu down all they encountered, and ing or uihiiig prisoners the remain The Costa Ricans had 16 killed and: wounded. An express, arrived ai V. Arenas, states that 90 of Walker were found dead, and it was sut others perished in the woods, i1; " uciai ueians ii jiu vi.en. mora nnW;-'.. in the San Jose papers. Previous accounts stated that Ci Rica was in great excitement, and 4 war populur with all classes. Manv--eign residents had tendered their serr, to the government. A levy of 9000 men had been ordr, and a loan of $100,000. Punta Arenas full of troops, BC4. Baron Brulow. The principal an? 3000 strong, under General Mora,j marching upon Nicaragua, and wjV cross the frontier in eight days. Gen. Mora, in his dispatch to tbe 51;. ister of War, states that the attack k. but fourteen minutes, when the fillip ters broke and fled, terrified, to the w; closely followed by the Costa Bite The field was strewed with dead. Ae the Costa Ricans six officers wertk.i; Private letters state that nt las: ; counts Gen. Mora had embarked ; Punta Arenas. Before his depart? the foreign residents at Liberia, Li-ti head-quarters, gave him a public tatr tainment. His troops were in exctik spirits, and well armed. The cholera and fever were mat; great ravage in Nicaragua among i natives and Walker's army. Son Walk er's people had taken the Eng.. mail from Greytown for Costa Riea. i't you to destroy tbe ... . ', , .. . . . hr cntn!-.iA nA-J!t, r,A J Ilifir ffflll !l rtlifTT.0.O H. a rr.-t .. v....w.vij illA U I'lU iti ... mor.v vou exoend for r.mmnui c " v , , : "ore.gut ueciaeu any inmngement ot ihe iiuuuus vi iue eann. u cone out mose , - r ! law a capital , i e ! success; but it that tneir party must be: , , e .i .i i . iu.meu luemseives, thought l-iovill K ,A T . . , , . i c J ..... w. ..vui iu. JCb ua : c.uiti u tuLiiiti kjl jgacny mio a ooav and with something like human me t.uie you use ia felony on the birds, to the establishment of nurseries who pcrmkted such acts were to be af- f-r Kttch incpr,- r-,t I i fected by this war, we would look npon K-r Buca insects ana creeping tnm-rs.'i. . . . . - t it -,lh tn.i Tl.f.iino V.., :K- .1 .: party j entirely given over to registering ihe edicts ?pare, spare the birds, boy, and bv this we mean net only boys cf the first dcree. it with indifference, is not the case." v.,.- v -i . , of the Slave power, then they nraved that , but unnappily, this . . , , , . doomed ii might be defeated, and so disastrou-lv. i . , ' m icrpr.1 crime. To these wise and I wholesome rules all subscribed save one luckless wight, who, whether by fate bat also sttch mcr. as are oniv - bors of' papers re teDSiu the el" larger growth." Do this and vou will 1 Ped:ecc-V fcf adopting a State Constitu tes hare more of money in vour pock-!"00' PreP3ratory for easti"g her vote in Us and rccro of dhin:ty n hearts j the next Presidential election. The peo- A worU without birds would be a ! P!e bave tw5ce Toted upon the question, r htv-rless world to live in, we think. But I a5rt'afi-T ,and eacb time baTe TOted against if yoa would like such, since the birds'"' nd Eowr 5 advocates are placing it will not migrate thither, suppose vouslio 0re F?1 10 be decideJ at a pe to a life of ceubacy, or from an inhprpnt lnvp ifllonocj mtr7tQr too, that it could never make another rail v.; , r,..., T. .... . , , ,. ." ! maKing, refused to furnish a habitation I hat mis is the feebng of large numbers. ? . ,, , . , ,. (of Democrats at tne North, I have no! e .u . - r , manner of doubt. Pierce. Buchanan and ; .... iii. c-ciu reenmanas were rp- hope they will receive full justice. Im prisonment for life is the lightest penalty which should attach to such infernal atrocity. Prolific. A lady in the county of Goochland, Va recently gave birth to three living daughters, all of whom, as well as the mother, were doing well at last accounts. It is said that during Mun- roe's administration, a lady of Louisiana gave birth to four sons, whom she named rWur!e -ttl l:t...l 1 .11 -1 ! ! c , sorted tfl : n If Itinrn .ito:trtn f.iilinfr U o: .mrtti T . -rj - . rr- . . . , .-..Uu;.viiiijiii-,u nasi . . iuii.-lVii. ttcucisDu, iiaa son. lonnv offat Cincinnati, under the tyranny of the : w i a u u ,r f m r u ,- , .iwusuu.jionroe, , luc backed up by physical force. Day after ! ail of whom lived to manhood. Thesame k, i;: x-i.v.-,-Jd tde 00111611 was renewed With 'n-. lady before her death, was the mother of business that they may attempt to creased vigor, till the civil power asserted thirty-six children. its supremacy; and early one mornin'r! ith Dr. Kane ia th.- ron l.,,;". t?, ! cial election, in hones of better success. lf,, .. - iVl i-.V 1 c-- : t.on and try the coar.try around tLeine P1o:on b a Democratic one, ai-! u' ,w luc .reu tesaw ornery,. tUe reckless intruder who had seemed to! or:.i pole a while. Folk say Car.iain Cock once caught a bear ia the act cf a Ponion of ,ha Part7- M. M. Bal- cjratng teat pole, but we think no bird ha ever yet perched on it. ba ducj is soft words and grass, boy. S Now for a word in yoar ear. The Le-i gislatare cf the State, ia 1531, provided! 603 stores to be ued if o x -i i .. e ' -vv.u.ivu.,1,01- . , j icimcK luiuuer iiu unu Ewmea toi akw i ore, ADril 16, . WlOIlTtt If r-.tai h.i.rt mi-. -;,K l. ; .vii ivi3 -a.m UJlucr i mm : , t i . . o " uuuisaWMy , teeh iiu own destruction, was s.n ti4. 10U. Ot .Boston. xi tnr f Tl11 t:... oid war-cry of Democracy." kc. But' , , . ,. , , ' - , , u a icio- ..v-v. uj ucau. jLiie corai uc.u w oau to-aay, in 50UOO, at Chrr Politics. Tosatisfy all who are anxious to know, j we would say that our politics are deci- tne issue, whoever may be their man, used was a single hair, and tied about; 'he suit of Frank Leslie, of the N ew wJ'l uu,, , - e , 1 tlle neck w3th the ski1 and ingenuity ofl Tork Illustrated Newspaper, for an al- wid hold them to it,in spite of ail the r. ,i, f r ir- , . Jij , , , . , ' wiiy attempts evasion for-tamed Gordian knot twisted "edged libel contained in an anonymous Col. Fremont's letter to Gov. Robin- 1 "! k imilA t0 ,er t0 3 dealer in this city.- i ciuiui nuere ii. uegaa orenued. lnus ! damages uiid at 520,000. parsua-:.-. r .. . ' i c-JoseU tne lite of the ill-faff! aira11o. j . -, . .. .. "' union oi me American and Hmnh. I deed, the linnp u mn:;,ll,l ii..i: jjujiiimau. -ice law is that if any i- - ., . r .-v.v mum person shall kl'l anv f,f th m.n .;J-' 11C3D Parties' lf u be done by each! of as the Anti-Nebraska candidate for he shall rsv a fine" of one r'sr U 1 JieIdicS a litfJ for the good of the Presidency. What a book might be rtH n'r -V',,1 1 1 . ., . "n-.'cuit.a; epposeuto taeiur- uier extension of Slavery; in favor of son is highly commended here; and, in- ; victim to his own indiscretion. i West Charleston, April 20. Ihe steamer Asia sailed at noon. She takes out loo in specie. coits tcr tach offence, to any person who ' may choose to prosecute for the same. No-v, have a care boy kiting birds doa't coet is worth. whole. be made of his life and doings '. F ew men We understand that our paper has j accomplished so much in a life-time, , that the tun ftf i ., " iocauues, as ; - emoni ; ana ne is now only ; (vjk of Tr.,,ham. tine exponent of the Know v,iinm . i fnrtv-thrpo .p; rAA rra;-, ,j.i..i ' TOmnore than fun - - "0 a swu scuoiar ; l! ia. W,,, fl. t and ia other cuarteri a onrvnf1 t .i,m .'anH n,1-iw-o.I . . , :' Itt- . , lf ..v. ju..,Suieui ana her cliaraeter : 'c liittc never autuonsed j make such statements for itself. The any one to ; strong executive capacity. Still, I do not ; Before the 8T A referee court in Addison Coun- r-p 1 .i I 1 c- " . w . i . v tiiutu q-j'j'j uauiages 10 iteoec- against George S. latter made free with by passengers, and $453,000 Chicj ago, Adi-iI 16. Ad - . "vra Ivansas to the 12th inst., furnish little news of interest The committee an- ; pointed by the Free State Le-islatn , ing her a thief. j prepare a code cf laws, are in session same referep;. anr.trior- i T7rn.L-o Ti..: paperspeaks mean to express a preference, as to the ' ka j k... . . L . , . . 1 n Wlil be Presented - v- .-. faiuc5 , Lilt: From Oreg-niL t . . . loritseit. iran,! K.r;f..!l ci rnral we have file, cf ,h i -r- .. 1 TT? wuuueuce lual ,lie action beino- an action ftfTW .. - parrel which the Defendant had def; nminivtjMit.i-.n ' T .- i-vtii- .u. purpoMS, in tUiS: aj . ... . .. rQrri u;. .v,.,. j -, rr., . ; ..viUOTwucHtuiuuie xriaintm regard, bngh!en3 daily. That it inav ,uj, ,i . , . , . .. , . .1 . ..m.6atuiM,fnii iimes demanded i - ; T t 1- r ... i , . i 2di, from which w. ,v t. f ot' UUuCa3' ana "JWJ to overthrow ! l to unite the elements opposed to the cs are Siiil commiuing their depreda- i-os upon the lchaoitant, stealing . grow brighter and brighter, until the;ther XhIs We Sat Good! The n,mn;io 5c, u-i-icg nouses and muroerin the : marks ictruaes. Lp to the time of the r ds?a-a there had been one ban- Congress who, for the sake of political ! M 1)6 the Pra-ver of evei7 P-! and her costs. Vt. RepubUt crc J a:i twesty-eL: murders, eihtT P1" or any other motive, refuses to do ' ' fclave,7 extension. J b-jiiiags b-rEel aad tLouiacda of vo ' . r 'r tlie dffiKoa of Kansas free, ! ca--,'t moment, let tura be Vaan .1 -- 1 '.It. i,. , .T V.CKJ. to the L;gislature in July The New Haven Colony had arrived safely. Gov. Robinson was at St. Louis Tuesday. on Uppt i , . ' .uUlu1K.aUCU ia lavori AT jWONTPFITFT? Tho fcteam-1 Ii there 15 a EDablican in r Ant r.f r - i o tae riaintiff: she recovers! ui, 1 torv nf K Tinu ir- v i nnwr. ci.nnn s-.rt . r -.rr: a wuhhk jjjii nr MTrin Jt- . J g. w. n. In-3.; 53 A ray of light to the understand- j nS is better ihan a volume committed to ' meoiorT. Bancroft was nearly destroyed by fire last 1 aj morning at 1 o'clock. W. ,ac .. . 7 - uigeairom234to757. Appoixtmests. A. Keith, Esq., has been appointed Post Master at Sheldon, in place of J. H. StufBebean, resigned. J. H. StufBbean has been appointed Post ses Wells removed. Emancipated. Seventeen slaves were emancipated at the Court-house in Cincinnati on the ith inst. They were from Logan and Simpson counties, in Kentucky, and the property of James and Grace Mellvaine. On Saturday week, the room of Mr. Evan George, stopping at the Carrol House, Providence, La., wasentered,and a trunk containing $12,000 in cash and S15,000 in drafts and valuable papers was stolen. CiT It is said that Prof. Liebig has been offered five thousand dollars if he will come to this country and deliver a course of lectures. CiT Green peas were offered in the Boston market on Friday, at the rate of something like eight dollars a bushel. 65 The small pox is prevailing quite extensively at the South. Some of the towns in Tennessee are guarded by armed men to prevent communication with the infected district. An ancient document lately pub lished states that in 1626 the Island of Manhattan (N. Y. city) estimated then to contain 22,000 acres, was purchased of the Indians for $24. CiTA new Universalis! church is about to be erected in Urban, III C-The "Western Fever," says the N. H. papers, was never so strong in that state as now. The same fever rages in this part of the country and is "carrying off large numbers." fig" Eighteen dwelling-houses were burnt at Williamstown, Ky.,on Saturday. During the late fire in Philadel phia, Mrs. Margaret Christie, an invalid lady, died of fright. The Cloven Foot Fully Expos It is stated on good authority tkta of the members of Pierce's admiclc tion has recently declared that oar r emment ought to be a limited nior.ar:- Now, startling as such an avovral c be to us Republicans, Whigs, and fersonian Democrats, it is nevcnwiS no more nor worse than might htci:t that like that now in office, fats t upholds the border ruffian devili of sk holding Missouri in invading Kana-.: terfering in, and overawing eles. with revolvers aud bowie knives. S. government officials may well he es ted to be disposed to seize on the emment, and like Louis Napoleor,,: vert it into, not only a limited, bui solute monarchy. It becomes us toi a sharp eye on them and let them L there are two sides to that batpi Autograph, and Remarker. Cultivation of Oats. At ?. cent meeting of the New York Farr Club, it was stated that the oat ere the United States in 1853 amounts 100,000,000 bushels, which, at cents per bushel, would be worth $ 000,000 only $10,000,000 less tass. cotton crop. 'Prof. Mapes stated that thelargear of oats raised during the last five J in this neighborhood had been raise: phosphates. The oat crop may be ' moved from the soil about the 1st -gust, when carrots are just comai to grow. Carrot seed should be f with oats. The effect of the laier make the ground light, and wheniK crop is removed, the canots are foK; be clean, and free from weeds. Ca.' were fed out profitably in connect oats in the proportion ofaboufoD When carrots are fed with oats, he noticed that the latter were not genes voided whole in the excrements as are when fed alone. Horses fed p. on carrots have a sleek skin. The 1W are alleviated by their use. Horsed reject carrots at first, but will rell-i-if sprinkled with a little meal A' eating them a few time3 the horses them." The great majority of the Spain now advocate, though with so? strictions, the cause of religious the first Protestant paper in about to be established in Madrii A negro Carpenter was lately gold in Adams county, MLs for $3,700. Rhode IsLASDTbe election to fill ten vacancies to the General Assembly, was held in Providence last Saturday. The Fusion ticket was elected-seven Americans and thr P.u: - "cuuutaios. Via net learned the particulars. The dam- n--- w oe two or taree thou- 2T To W Mud dolla-AVrW,W Knr. jm JflfDr Mn a frrtoneed- Mr. Frederick Frothing5 ' ordained pastor of the Second l'0 Society in Portland, on Wedoe' GT The more earnest Atbe'' don have established Sabbath s8 children, in which they propag ' doctrine. GT A stable in Brooklyn by lightning on Saturday evec4 burned down. One man f. and killed, and another sermfyff ;by a fire ngin.