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lEIFKRSO.N MHtr.T, U I.l .N r.TON IOWA.
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,it1 in «tiH*rYtnlinii witt^e reof
ii ^iDiJut irr—• t*r«« lufwatln. AH inti
^rtptisu* tut '.-«» than oue ear wait bf paid In
of a »ti*re and Ust Will fit- i«-
illttft,'itWM.AH:
mid iorewary miliar
Fwt* Cti-yrs will b*-chat.»ci.
J&il Aroial will be atade upon yearly atlver
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Third itrret*, Burlingtati
lT^ g. Pbotbiktm.:
fiSnhr.f.ItFLETCHgRj
fflS Hf)t|f«vc«ntjy oj*ened is on« of tlw
IfmK and vost co«nnodu)u« in t|i«,W«otv
has all the conveniences of Ihe
iMTk^itn* io tbe cities, and is fitted ^d fur
2pd tim «eat«it and niost sutistanUkl inat'
jflf.' The"^rojwittor has h4ii much experitnce
ilf|e k«ep\A^ of public hpi«os, which, taken in
tfte faciUties affor'Jed in Bur
farrttshinff his t^bie,
tint tbe character of
.bu#iUA***viS» iuVK,
fail 26,
t. F. C«OLBACfiH & fCft. V
JfKKi:aoN Sriit.K'f,
e
K U K O O N I O W A
8efl»rs in l)rv Goijux. Groceries, H^ts, Capa
and Hardw.ire, Queen.^ar'e:
i"i Wholesale afS BeMH^"'
TfcT~Tsr-i*'* 1.
t. u. LunA.v.
FemrftBi hnd Comsuissida Merchant
^vntuic AND RETAIL nruims
DRY(iOUDS, GROCK.WHS,
•VMMiii'lifY, Hardware, Ifwf*n Sk&eti '!1
Hi&t, C&ps, flrc.,
-t-.i 'k, Faoxr »mtr,
»».i'' to'** o*» #9iS!v it
iwise mitralifldS^ 'f'
JITVORXEv AT LinY''
RotAlT I1 tJ 0
i-' Poini, Lee County, taiL i'S"'
|sa»IM4
tader aud'ltliiuk Honk i\li|iiUtactnrer. i
it.
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leFiteeat?..', Vr*.- «AKB*TV.
«ABIETT,
trtif Itefill' D^afeii fn Dry feoodai
Owcer!e». Hardjrara Shcttj
Watffci»»|^ fc
A*rn, n*/tf ifo
ti9
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w
1
if in arlranff
N»»,bt (and p.nd fo, yl.
))is hwise shall
,^it«r fy^tr thf Sqiith aud elsewhere, with
families, can at all titnef be accom
fcibted with pleasant and airy rudiis and oi.
ijjlBl""
i will also he taken as penaaaeAt boar-
is-
i
HEW (MOOS.
^,Jt FRESH J! HRlvjLS,
}|tlibr me* Eaetkrx Jobbers, at
J» Ktniball & ro's. «1 i'
aitmt ion of thr comtnvitity
Horixr H^\ HI.
itepSt' his professional gprvicp* to thf
ei««e»»»tHMrlin^to'i aid it.« virfhiry.
,$Jr4iMrt on If tfer^on i8tr#et. iti
FfcV-^i 1H44—vlv
,i 1:
Hit?
Hari»t¥t
ItMidence on 4th str«^^ MKtr dooi
^Fayefweathcr.
*S—
3m
•,- rj kr tmi* •r.
u«©.«-i J1- |SttHftlA ill.»§,
MMUk*l»nr of ¥tieg»r nnl IJcaler ii
-R O E U I E S
»4hrikT of Main "and Cuiumbia streets,
1
1
UurKnfllon, Jtotoa.'
if Mr. $. m\niir.ict»ir''s a most sope/ior ar
SM of Vinegar, a* nil who have used it can at
!«M«4 will furH9h it to merctiaitt^ uttrl grocers
to tbe same pnc?.= thcv will have to pay in St.
iMiis. C««intrJ dpal*rs are invited to j^ive him
n I before sending below l'ur their snjiply.
A* tuir, Jr.,
U- Irtfl'odH &
Keiih P»+7
.-tot-Ik I34-?
i
8«le
T. L. ra.aao.~js
*i PABSOS^
-•.•itettl, WAI.S*. W '{J
V-fft Ce
I e rc**a44«ft*.
4iKrKRSON STF.MKT^ p. -,.v
lotc?.
i:
llUlWf Made 0Mb**i fcc:. *e
A Q* VW
ade Utomeffytu:., *c.
HP GW4T
^—.*.b*.»/ in. 111 11rut
Wwlj "*.»4
ap»ta*t.Mi b)D*^ii^tt i
•Mfcl.lNGTOM. IOWA.
hi 1 It
JywH, Altfwti at L««r. will prstriu
i—Z
r**^f
.', A r% .- .. .-'
srm o
e^SFentE^
,,Vol 1 \ltl. DR^¥M5|«Tk.-
•^^mVfSSSSSZ
gjappl*
nno M- ihcinra- afs«, Paiioia. OLia. Vnr,
nt«h.
iter Iirdlio, Uici «aJd Leaf, Bronzfi.
i.Hi fi pn# t'- sh Oi VN iftdow Ol*.*,
hiiii P.u, Ate &o. In f»et a and
(, njd .H eA«ry nrjie.'e in bia line,
ilf
PaK"l Ifi
mar 2p,'45
Fairfield,
Id IT lit.
him it.
:un
^r:
v S o n I o W
loIIR PlIUCH.
ruviiii
ii^WJFACTttj?£«S Of TIN. C0PPEft.AM.SNlEl
a-f tKnAC«
". J«^4'^on I-U-ett. tfui
Liiw t'arfn«r«(hip ^Trrr"r
P. HALL, of iVjoiin.t Pleasant, and ,F
T. 'M ILL,S* of BtiHurgtor:, have this day
as«oci itwl 'bpmsplvos4iit«v n iitner'*hip for the
a'ai iceiOt' Law undpr the BUineand *tyle^»f H*M
Jistrand
Mills- They w ill attend all the Courts of the
spoond .fudifial Districts. Criming]
R'lMiiess attpndr.tto in fiiiv pari
UerJote!°U
ixkx* t'c^i
tk COOK
HIJlUU,
rirtud Apples.
JUST
received by Onftrer «rw4 for nilc-bV::
m* \& 4-AURETT Cto.
of
Sign and Gfit&ttieJital Fainting
ETBCUTED WiTII NEATNESS AXl) UEgTATCH
by
i'®A«KKR & WAIT.
tn1" '5 Burlington, latkH.'}1
-Um.%- liil.V
!L1
4i
•linfrt'h
liSBtZ
Manv£*ct%r*rr o Ft**ck BUTT Milhtone*, and
JJeaiur* in Ba!tin# Clotka,
BTTBLiy-GTOS, IOWA.
Millstones made to order, and a constant sup
ply hi. hand. Screen wine, hoisting scrcws arrd
ifuU iwnp, fiirni»h«Hj at {he ^Jartest ootice^And
warranted of the beSl,fl^Sitv „,f
june 1'44—ly
FJtAXCIsT €.I'£ASLEr,
F«rwan!ia«&C0fflmissiou Sierchafii
WA'itKU SjXKK®j
,sl
•71
Wr. II. Iloiigiitoit,
fT'^'LVG .perwanrntli ,«islif
I 1 Ills' prnfr.-ional serrir^, tu all tiiQW,
itbi inav dt sirr tlie«i.
mlir« 18 oii «b« Jatrfirr dfV'ffliinrtou'crt
StriVN. ..
COATEIMain
rM
O. S. X. PEC It,
*TTORX£ Y,.AT LJtW'i i
i'u**. MaJOiscj,' IOWA
^•WP.M8m4. Vi- il-
COXES Sftnn ,papHes, jn-t r*e'd a,n4J«f
by G, LA-UM4N,
ii{5r 12'49
v liABft 'i
KidOS irlit4r»:'tatti pel fei
qw nntlorwlf l7 S HAV'ID.
150
jVinrl ft 2
liofitesST
apr U'« J.O. L.MDM AA, Water m.
t*OR SALti Atl fiAltGAilf.
nig
••Ai SKfrfittJwrt
e i
«o
»o!fcilor iaCImn*
Wtf"1**' .f.'i
io v Jl'-U' -til -l .' -i. i 1 ulOH ?:»!.•»!r ^.!lrt
lte( »"j 'Use (trfi ana »««f.»pea*k
»«{',,..! tji -A»G«lWMh1hh
I rj ?J,. r',jTt
rilorv.
Pttr
j-yi#B«sin
Mhhti?
#**«».' vt .! rt ir-.
•at Lam, Muttori* Chan-
Stores and (NWtl."
y
jag* W^(ii
Jtio« County As(i*iK«irJuou Ml«et£
•riltt pUwaHr*e of poWia Mo)k«^ Anli- CfJtfo »,
aieraHHk' oitizem
^t^tiootMix
&«n*. io «MI Thmm fluonge &&
•vemng, I€th Oct.y tot Vm jwrpoafe' of t|£ elect
jotiiiiiating eundidalcA' to repr«Mbt iiid
otmntjr
iliw» .r U touw wlWoai
£«4«,i£ecretarkft.
Uii u.^L :in4
•el 11 If v A »i, a«I a rge atssiorr mh
Wi^r'a Aalaa^ •j
V'Lt:t',Ir.K» ifo»P&%**'** Pill/a* N#r»«
lie Bnnp Liiiunrni Futi.i.f«to.ik»# Vrrmifn(ri»
A an- -Pf!! hf Vtjrv d^cr\ tion,
vttginiiiw!
iHd maoT »i!itr e^lftirafeif inedi(dii*' 5t)
'unrra Frr»rivQ«iiiwie, ^ura»
f-
n
i'mis.
II
GR.AV
»o») Count) Inwa.

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"M.ER IN,
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r,
Jl* J*or Xfue4 Q&."*'1*
i. U '»VR :*lf| BO f'tif'
Kb tsiit 1''6iCR8S •'*,% "i
a"WS- ^IfW.U 5^ ^liitwri, jN'f.ie Orltntkt,
F»rt Madison, on ThtiWd^v fluence imnn, p^«
i of a ler
Jji©wis CWtb ikti'? ^1 VfW chotMfn
MlWd
fe!f' the.,ltt*1d,fficul,If
ifa*
at Lan
4. If
nMCKII«H!VV
ffAS HtSiOW A 3I-:S IF A T[ !L'. J5U,
•Main Street, one dvnr bdevs Mr. Fultirlon't
-'4 Store. 'A
°"&®r
n
""N*
ri-.4-.
this Territ'oiy.
^JHce in the trie% bttilAlng on Main street now
occupied kpi-F. D. MUH''
... ... j. a HALLr
t. 0. MILLS.,
sfpt 14 »44—tf
ioStL r»
that ihf Morraona ehould depart
frl
thW
jug iiKiiviiiuais, who prate about the "nt- amorcst brethren will cwistiLule livrii
dtits of atdi'MfrmmismS' J? I'.'•
foo/W, That a1 committee often per-
1Resolved,
That a committed often per-
IgwkiM? Ta3rlor
mo*lo,|'
fcat-a'- L«e aounty tiie following
,t„M, arujrli.riu,:\1 S«««. The
iir lVav Siod.s, JesSe O'Neil, Adafh Hint,
1* wis K. lice
jry tilertnole.
u
St..
r",,
Kurlinrloii. A^jf. •.4tb.'W-fS —tf
1
Hvuae, 8iga a«d i'aucy I'aiutia^
& HAWKINS, Valler str^t%e-!
ftfcissed by J. C. Hall, Esq., of Burling
ton, Col. ii. T. Reid,.T. A. Walker, Ed
iyluistoti, Esq .Hawkiaa Taylory tad H.
E. Vroman, Esq".
On motion of Ed. Johnston Esq., it\vas
iinanimoi^ly
liesulvfyi, liijil-tlie membears of thu flfteet
ing hereby pledge theinieh es to usw all
Iwnorabie mi»*ttSito Secure the eleefioii'ef
the caudidaKi dHVoin toA this eveniiig.
On Hi liX Vtoman, Esqey1
i., Ri&qImI, That tjie proceedings of tl.is
tween iti'l W»t«t,) *rilt ejcMut»«v*. m««ting .be «ublialied in £k newspapers
ry description of Paintiggrpiaia aipd BmliiMrto^ and ih the- Wamw *'Sig.
in the ij-St and most approved ^-le.
J^TheyreSpeetfUllyask'ashtr'feofpatroniie!,1 ..
Lhey respectfully a»k
a S 4 4 —t
rrn^r
^ixr iiA(»nd^a.
'I '"Wtillllil
Whereupon the wetting adjourned with
jdd.da^« j,
'j
ftDi^.(SLTTHRlF.,
tu
dwelling house now occupied by J. G. sJM'tfber .,
I Foot oa Mw-^tr A comiaodious biftkl- wtfim of thfe 'ttloCI ii til
..hL.i VL.r.- U towtd subtiirarii
tniwi^ator ^nttr'o^ and!
Hu*a ^er
StT«?
!f'* v
i
•ij'l ,'!IH11 ll'rrr?V-.lf)r) irjfl .Oif i i
vo'ii Ujm ^pPwuMp
ia^r3
-.*u
„.W "f»i»a£r
r*o«i4 jsetStia.- wddi* lt»
W,i
tale ot rea
«E(ft iMMa-aM' Jtateil Iraili
US K'V'tii l-.±
*:-y rfv .-*
,'i'*' i V i
Wt
«**cth.
i&Wi:
i ne accom^iiaiuxeii ot ttn« uc
V1di/T*0tlheniBf,"tg' nfw*ottofrtfatWetfwewomG^era
•wiued 4he tuilawni^ p.*«tabfe rtesolu- njchl ^ttJ the rfed Weet Tbe
wi" CMstaWiare^kmbng' tli. moat
»l n
t!i« oi(i settters tA IritHoxa and the Mor- si-l^rable extent,
towns and the tiutnwuua ofl'enccs commit- with aericultdfaT par
l«4ia thib -oouttfy by persons professing t«
between the InJfafl"tribe!} tq wn^cqq.
0 a FT
n
4r
iui'ther
that tlM. Mormons, and cit.W of Lee foref,th,'rs, and their attachment to hunt. Ti.Tr™'I tenSsr
ing, w hose election may fully ascertain L7lMSl» I to procure
and express public .^entiment on the sub- Tf,e territorv wbirh Pi.^i v* j,m He, however, ia a few
H»'
--y. 1
?nme eighty lho„sand
which
•on* be appointed by the chair to draft art them by the Government
K ... .» -..*1 X* «1. .»
bj«?et i
o!.l"e ol)ilct
oUhi9
rj
^entlem ...
The following gentlemen were appoint-
ed by the ehair as the committee to select r»otl«in
they now hold
.. uy uie vjo\ci„ii.ent of the tuheJ remnanT^of1^rtSl
in lhts
would be
iia
lor a
and
President.
j,. ,i~rt WM. PeitD^w,
SA,UOHL VanoB,
rt, 2 Sfeeretarieif
^Wickersham,
ifrttge
'rea,
A Great Novelty.
Aci ingenious lad WhtffuR been failed
atodt the whJirf of^6ur city, hss invented
a dress *by torhMi hc is ^nntjl^d to walk on
tfife bftttofn. of tfc& Ohio Yiver, wliere it is
fibt1(oo'"tin'ivieh' tit
$6Tt.fffpie.
titof
inlbrihed of the ih^lial oC whicl) (bid
dresa^is'x'tfii^-1^24'"**^^
MSi^i glasses leidl-ci tifs ^yes, iroifrfj
Which'isi heatly plilt^f ilffc fefelb part of fhe,
dre#t4 tfi'e ctiv er of ihe dViaas ivieir.blrtri
to&ody ^itti
sp^ctucles. Thfe lirriia
freie to* WbHt ittd 'th* 1*|?/1|
TW "»ifl«paren "3 ",1} 'tt
tfc* suhtei'rarrH)
lb 'PhAwparenby of
1
"ttte it'ate^ epJiBlc^'
knluKtei(rai#ou« talker to tttroldalt^liti
r, Mteh as sieatbboals running "foal'di
i 1 3 o
tom ol*
'tbl^'lafeds^aW'iitrhi Hke obstruc
tiblia ttf hia»ai«l-y^ ip^i^TiiAAions. It is
a fact that the cleW90Mr4'4^Mter »*the
Qb^»i0#ufH»y d^y«^|4«bta JjrbatlfaU*
e«-f
w.Thfr aana* hairing is
VfHWWht0**! Whiia rlMirfer waM» e«i,#e
^^.of thetfT«ibmtHn^9f»lr wfi%
«becked e» the tymp«l of the ofganof
& ibvi
wA 4nco(ttiderabkk!
,. A gfeat
•iwiJWwr Iwai-.
ready been recoVere4*«Ml A, WtntW-fHNl
:tMMk
b^(tp4# fiiWWl^bf
K *«c-re»t-:!»5 Hi f-.7s*qnW fjAl
,r tifi, ti i»« w .j*
iatait«»fart»tyea^
*mk*
Hr.Mm mmmmrn*
,«issrJia tttonMtA alladdt
mmm Set. .:f-j££*
^'^'ttle^^'J^S^en advanced3 to"
Samuel b. Marshall, Lwj. wards them. The Albany ArgUs, refer
Jne committee afier being absent for .»
blKrt time returned, and reported as
able persons tu be supported as Ahti- ^admi^ion of the Indian State in- «bin of one ol the Albany boats, to per
ri„g to
t|,|s subject, strongly argues this
suit- policy. »i|j sef.j!rs to us," says the Journal,
lllu
:fear may vel
iw u 'chapter i^iwl^le and, as all hfstor^sh»\V3 er? gaUieredMotui(Jwithio^»rehot to wit-
facta
Tlwit" titer* wer&
•iK-1
*am»«ii"
I» i u i a*u«t'r
I ,JWUV
sgardeu at a at«p
in^epetideitt
ooUw»*u4ibe
ng
would
m* imbUt
-*Tne want of
,ttUd mode of* li
5*w to to» "€htt*bh of Lattor *»ay these habita has hitbarto bcqn the. irrpat
ia,,U
.ca,,8fd Preat *xciteme»,t obstacle in thfe waj of bringing Uie Indian
among our tiU*ens and whereas it is ftrm" tribes into frien.Uv aa«ipi»ti«a tviiK ... siiuawquencij
ly beliuved that the Mormons and others Thc general feelirjt of the American neo- th«r
wlio do not belong to their peculiar faith
•*.* m%A
w
OCTOBER
ait» ii
A gtptjiiMt: just iron, the prairies,
.upaa.m* yaatcrday, and ralatedfc.
u« the following tragic incidents, which
b»vm recently j^surffd in the great At*er
ican JDeaert. On th^2d of Awgust La a
caravan coaaisting af e»ht wag£ow*nd
fif ean toe*, /left Pc^-t Platte, (Wft'erly
Fort Larawi(&,) laden vrtth SOQ i b»illo
robes^bfllongihg to fifes an. Pratte k. Ca
j- JW{hen-. »he c^nM-atn had ye^had
«rtthuiJ500 onflOO nile» from th» Mttle*
meiits io Missouri,.the feet of the oxen
r«wpck vjfraaa xm the praiviea as to reader
further pcogceaa almost impoaatbiet In
(hii dktiakj If r. Adadin/ who has eoi»
mand of tbe caravan, despatched ottT ifi
fermanit $0 Miaao«rty for relief. He arri
ved here eome 8 m4 weein ago, pre*
cured the necessary aup^lwHi, and fre«h
o*en to be sent* and was returning, when
he net a Mr. Jthnaon near the Citw Mi»
sionavy Station, who had anbxiquently
l. ),Sc ...„n j: 'nCwmation tiiat thecaravan had.a^ranccd
pie hes always been well disposed towards
«au«U reside together peace and, the admission of the Indiana to. ail. the
w jereas, for the purpose of preventing privileges of our government and instUu
»»olence it is thought advisable tions but the traditions,and habita of their
but little, and that their eattl* ind either
all died, ar were perfectly uisehnm. on ac-
1
ingir.prfercnce to auy o«5upaU«o oftjgiilv JohMon -hrlh* *et«)Mn«Mi^ A'few dty«'
limped, That U ii tlie opini-to of this Se^ cWldrVn\^^ Noa^tMnKs'^^"'**** War p^y, j^e
uaetiinif thai like public welfare requires
i ^'h°
,iad
hala
co,,ft,ct
lun urarrmrc •.? v O
Indian warriors—
sons be appointed the chairman to pre- n» *nn*Ut «„,« a«B»n»on, Johnson a few days afterwaras,
sent the nainos of t\io suitable persons as
candidates^, aod report forthwith. 6n this side oflhe Missis.ippi:
alBllfl
^n .r
nKmsiin
r*u i»mm.iuuiiji»wiiMouu #icw uius aiier\v&r(i
Iliey consist of many tribes apd fragments
was robbed of Ws gim arid
of tribes, most of tf.em having once dwelt party of Caw Indians, who stripped hi
The lands stark naked.
are iruaranteed to V ." ^,ien
address to tbe citizens ot the connty, Strtfes in consideration of the surrender JJleh £Tad •!.£»«»Li snake, upon der. The next evening at halt paat seven,
meting. by them of lands which they once ofceunied He MndurflS him lr.lL rs
Poor fello'V.!
A Predicaiquiuif.
A few nights ago, an excentric per*on
gge was observed by the tenants of the
Mobmo.n c.iididates ioi 'the Legiahfture,1 to'7ur,a\Ti«n7with"i ^VwmmuSty Tf form'sund^ hopr^rSd jZ^,wE ..
Uienauiesot I privileges to them, as muCh as to the white betokened any thing but a sane mind in Thete Wash grand Whig i^fy jta Phll
i «ii- u uu ivl'v
.eiiizensof our country, would tetid to tf.akc the performer. The movements of this acfelphia on Tuesday evening last. "Able
4»ien. ii.w.bL B. BKOn'NE. Jthein fest fritnuk net from fear "of otjr personage betrayed trouble and pain, and addiesaea were made by Hob. E. Jo*
these uoiRtnitions wetfl^jarmy, but from love and respect for their they were at last so perfectly distressiinff Mohkis, Jostri^ R. Chasdlkb, Xmi^b
pfined unanimotisly by the meeting. (white brethren of the. United' Stated It to The beholders that a consultation was RANDALL, and others. A spirited series
-t,i lie i reMdent then- proceeded to strikes Us that Hiis- is the true way to t^irn held and a committee of three appointed to of resolutions, breathing the right Whig
point &s a committee to draft an.address to the edpfe of weapons that iagaeious nieri inquire i»b*h«! stranger's unaccountable «P«Ht, was presented and adopted. We
movecoenU. XVilh (!ue oaution the depu- select two as a sample.—£t«. Journal.
be used against our country- movement,
*#wis «. Kceves. John burns, and mtl- peKHtliarly gratfftil and tarite to ^iis fridridk' Mas, whatever ••tale'.' might be •'unfold- country, and tlvat the wnig party i« and
ed."
Duung theeveninj-the^meeting^was^ad- j0vM Th« influence of members (eled.- for troubling him' with what ,might be «plea, the whig creed and the whig ban
ed by Indbn volet's,) residing at Wash- deemed impertinent interrogatives, aitd ner «l»all bu adhered to hereafter by
ngton. and
eding* of
the natural and proper gtlari
interests, w onht be a constant source of him any aid
c^nlideitcrto the tribes, in the justictflftid
propriety of afiy hEgislation which mi
staiidtng artoy
(t^ort on tfte Explosion at Ihe
Uitat Fire of Jftly.
The report of the jyint. conuDlttefe' oC.tft#
Qomtnon Cyur.cU^ comp^ed, of alderman
1
ant altlermen Fajse-T,. M|f%y, and Al
bftr
tsoff,
is Before us. fit is. an octavo
voliinie of 359 pages, and displays a
collection pf
Thirttly—What Wail tfce eau«e df lihd#e
^tpkidM^
v
All^¥ tk» Wrast patient «0rtsfc1*retiMl iof
rik^ t(MtlHMnJ'. the ewnmkte* «tbfi»it,'
.1 *ThWf5#ll' thfc e»p)q(^bn« dr the fire
«%inlt6l'tw W»k the Itore of OrKiiie# &
Wtt^i#^B' BrafcNKrerti-
dbtii iir mibdn^, wiitM
the »«shirih d«»&oy e& *?%*,
buildings, and Scattered thW -ftttflitrltf fli
rMCMMsS^t4v«e «ha- «f», btn. fi,r H4se
«m^tMort«^%o#lil( H#re keen eonfiwd
two ^iIWiwga, vfch«fr#a* it do«tt^ed 290
'kt
1
ihc«e eonelu»ien*,-«nd MMKoM odnl^leAee
had be«« allaltervj Hn tHet«fl^
cy ^€ri4e« weMr ift preew^ffiWe rtty
iii«aer»NlW»|r cketitimi**
StAlri edttri%
Mriu^f4iwr i^«fti*Sitetr tb
-1 Thai tAMilineUlref'MeMaatiaellB^
tiMBviUnv^ntiin iwR^ia JMeri (•ks'S^hn
day, nominated Samuel E. Sawell a*
eandidata for Gavansac vti FWiu Burtftt,
*n|MrbG8MBod!
North American Indian in: t«*. approached their man, while the otlt* .^Tlie burtbtft,or the resolutions quoted is
ity, .and whether or not they
afftcf t^in. gutflir poHticaJ 'and SoSat mfl aeoKl^ while his faee evinced a deal pWWp4«» add merged thew^yes/n X\a-
libs wbuld be the Tjest and riiost endtiting tff pent i^p sorrow—"Wall, I don't know tiveism. And It is scarcely less fine, in a
jndfrreuUsMp buVywi might help a ieller a littler l'« Pri,,t
gnrwrty of Hermanetrt peace andfrreuUsMpj but you might help a /eller a littler l'« print wi
ahdVoitM be better than a stancltng artay H»*be»pof Pa'n-*-botheredlikesixty! I'i* cuinbinaJ
ofthoti»c'ndk6f sokRtjrs." in a predicament." aiid wJluob would I wjWaed the aaq*
(i«aluwip.of
v
g^-*« nr
.ht..n.n tr...... i\.t... __ bewllen you.
''That a ,plever,M said the Yankee.—,
"Wall, maybe pone of you, was ever kicltf
ed by a hosa?"
every \vay evincing the
skill and perseverance with which the in
vest ijjatig^^a be«u4:om|uctej. /fhe re
sults., pre pT* course, all that1 we can find
ftfoWi for. fh atttrtrtion of thfc boimMHlee
wa«f direieted to tlirfee inqnirle#,
firstly—hi what bniktit^ cfr brHlding^
did the exploiio'nS'ftt the lfc«, or any of
them, ocetir? **-v
5fec«w^—'What *ere the eli*ract«r
extent. tir etewwequeaoea of titase expte^-'
sions? .:v
batboud in* at
All admitted that ttjey ^ad
calamity,
Jt fri- :?v
Lot« t*. R«Ugio«.
The following noeedpte U relate
treign journal. A medical stuJent
lo,utlieir
!elr.r®»P«
had became so worn by the short and Bosihesi called the yonth away toBrealauj
and when-he had be^ft there a few days, he
received a letter frete hi* mistress, Coublied
in tlie ibllowinir tcrcas:^ .•
My Dtar /rimd—Tlie diSwuitfen that
have 00 lot^ stood in the way of aiy ir^r.
nage have at length put an end io. snd by
thfc "*interventioT* of your gotrd angel—»
yotrhaveaoofien caiied your faithful Mir.
na-*-wh9 yesterday beoaine aJewieas^'
all died or were perfectly u^ehmw,
countef thMr n aeetm thattwe |re««»led ilaelf to oar union, In Ut« unfurl
American,traderaftroro Mexico, had fallen
Scarcely had this letUif been diapaUihed.
tun®,e
wi«h
/SaS?,
ail acts of violence, but stamps with it. of the aboriS^ Amencam) t% would kill OnTrfday, the 26th September, tfie Casfi
aontempt ihe eoiiuud of those symputhiz- Cntincil of "the white lifen a brother
n,fhl8
WM
c?^s,ttU^e,f |lvll«
V*«y of ^,
7munition
0"r,
States. As a meaatire of policy Stbn wheri he ,?« n uf iVfisS,0"ar? P^-office containing the last three men
more advisable Ld
difference in our religious bilb, no
|^r longer exists and I shall hasten to to
day#
oin""m*"*1
{'¥»t
The committee stated their reasons
bling him' v
impertinent interrogative*,
Wall," said til# *trang«r, who was a
yr
,-t
!u^Wtily«»p%r?li
rtsfjm^aa
"NpV guilty. ~r:X^
i 'attleatiake^
o—up^nifpSusly.^ _. \.-,
TO1
I' .{i
-.•& Thetis wai wj otl»er «a*wa Ibr the
(Akin whatever tlian itsa aakpetre ih
.^ai-IVairrWi^ttof^
lThe
s
ifla« 0f evidence fatly Miwi ^tit
i
Nqr Wn^ca.u^t in a Umnder sliower
^,iUb a ^al, ai^ Iwt ttieane^ *an t)windarfc"
l&kft ipa» in.thft aaaepyy
enced ihat miioaD.
X,«W#n^ty prediewnent Wora^ cai
culate Uian,aijy of jnei^v"..
*Jlo
of i very r«S
""itf^Iri
w?r. 'S St ™*.r ~"r Tf n
v i .- i
Kp.u»prf^wc^^T,wp.fyp:#fiW»ti
c^f tbe Persian ambaiMd^i havufg
jiun^^ in London, J»f applied j* tha Bijliah
Goverpa3em pef mjs^io odl off tMb
head*, ,Qn learning that ,H oould aotlM
gmti^4# IK gravaly Temonstfatadl.. Iat.th*
CegiuBt, h* *1? »u 'q, eotppfebeati hoff
the laws of England coqld ^eny M» ia
quest. Finding, however, his hands were
4,ed# heboid hU fervwM* waaail fne
o^(V^th^wo^ldoa»a, wfeeoihagai
iffiflMv- .4
fl 'n 'A
.•Ujr.fl yi.t..'t!\'"W
^bofp of,
r*«ei»Ujfcfesen iq 4l» aautiiara portiodef
f]«f|datPWB|J( dafUPMHale tha ^aetioa*
ht^y af fiialaint wmtfodm mm
.vlwal#. •ir.'H.l hi
iaQM44o ha hlsl»hj md
inr«o?^«*i wrt.«
rr***n
er
Ifa lively ftll deeply in r«jv« *ithtliec!a«i*li- S«twrl«y kat wU^ Ms,
Ur of lady ait whose h^ttve he lodg^
hia passion wan warmly returned, and the frl
bvers twore eternal fidelity, and entered
into a promise to marry. But there was
an insurmountable" obstacle fk their unionJth#
in the fatet tharth^ My was a Protiilant Ithe
Clu i^lian, and Hie gendeman a JW, and
bpth. professed tliem^vea no l«aa aUaehod
to respectivefaith than to each other.
felicHy—1 yesterday be-
,oVer#.
I
1
Draft on J). Van Norden,!ue Oct. 6—Sf $£03 32
William Gaul, Nov. 23-26 1,442 K
1'. I- ish v Co., 1 diy, 1,000 00
u
44
M. W B. Taylor, 1 day, 1^60 20
G. Kitckinf, 1 day,' 1,784 64
w,
J)row Rohi son 4 Co., sie^ -3,00© 00
1
4
K u & 4,000 00
K. ciap^tt. ilgbt, 2,001 87
Bank oi Commerce, sights 49t) fe3
Werchants'Bank, s'ght, 1,000 00
stripped him Also, two. protested notes, $&M) ai*tfl52 80.
Informant met The drafts were all properly endorsed
w1^' WmLH*
an evidently disguised
coat pocket of om of the
The letter was imrne
th6 Po«m aster, and
Cashier addressed to each of the draw
ers a notice of the rubbery, and has sine*
been advised ul ihe xecaipL oi'-aucli rf*im
in time to prevent the payment of tlve
uuiiis io «r- ^ra^18, ,4
tliere cuii be but two gr^at parties in
ever
S^H
be' one ofthern-
which
The ears of the entire party were £s- of marriage with the ihird party
tended, andmoutlis perceptibly parted th'» state, if it could, io whip the jkrooj
with wonder. crits at theiat'e flection—to pat the Pint*
a predicament! .'aid one of the whig« on the shoulder" for pw
irioi "pray wat ia it? we feel deeirpus of tending to repenlaeer and a neW life.
ii«
«»T
'T
%?H.i,£Po.T Orr^, Ro.^r
*ubsequent, their of the Albany Kxchange Bank put into
Pawnees, and the post-office a letter to the Merchapt'a
tw^tradera were mortolly wounded, Exchange Baalt, with the following enclo-
Caahier, or or-
r' recc.lv.eJ aJe,Uer
through the
that vhiifprin
an-
the
..., fine talk, and sounds tvlsll in Ilia inoaUw
of
Yankce, and who «poke in the moat aol- cloned their whig fcaqdidfttes and th^irwhig
partizans who a few mouths ago, aban-
applaud the risuft or thi
pain-^botlwred like sixty! I'm eonjlrination ai a_"glorious Whig victory,
thk
Philadelphia w higs, aartainly, ought to feel
flattered, ami .ancoktftageii io persevere in
their resolutions of am( udinent, by, the jpat
ronheiVkg hoU of print whose cQnsi^^uqr
jfor even a waek, costs it an excruciating
effort, and a corresponding display., _.v
.... .. Jflbnivy Jlrgut.
Considerable eveitement exiata ia Haf
cocl^ in relation to the disappeavance of a
man nanMtd. Wiloox. It acenpia farts went
iut^jNaurpoi aope twa or threa week*
un4^,.% the purpose ef havii| some grtiin
ground. Having, a rebitive tb« eity,
who was a Jtfyrmon—he put up ith bin
ijbe pigBt—in tljf eoursa pf.iheiCveaing
^ori^ caw tv tfea«l^tiv*Jareai4ti«*j
and aaked him w^t he ^waa ,doing wilik a
with him for one nigfit—at the smtfttisw,
the jf^tive, looking ff)4h* 4m*, #r
VVUUsoa in tliae^sWdy ot two Aok
vaw gnai^s who were marching bin* off
fiw spma mirpqftinei ko«w^ *9$mi. The
^lati^ajburpie^cwfd tnjuat goaOd aw
w%,vvjaa,«a^*f( ea^4**W»M«tMrt»£«
{MMT, ^4HW,«oite famfct hn*wt»asfll?
ty* S^qfjhat Itm wtoh**
e W v i a u
Stance thiifbave jp M»liWKW Ukmmn
axsmtniw eeurt.,R fhef*.^* awrter MHkr
vidua! who baa disappesred itMrr like
ateyiem, teiwmiaManow »ad tiea« Mix
I Ibaa aadaa^qr4 in vatei to teaeaoul
,«|ee«Bn#4ke ao*
of Naavoe, aod wifi prab*
sortimalii^aami't)^ |(rtai
XJie Re*an
or eonseeij|l#d Of«f
*'y
•'^afr
TiMtrteW«ntwtir»r?A
Whirlwind btoaed through 4
•..« yi
par««rth« boimtf nfCM^iia IM pi
01
devasuiion
rou£
e*HI,,rjr
...
W Orlei^fW, end speMWe Wm
lak.e*..
Il

•onw 160 rods wide, and XyipHpfr. «f
twenty miIan* in lenrth. HUM fo
were twitef from tneir (run#s at
in mid-air like'faafher*! Orfefiatlki
rmten,ban»stindhbiMea uttrutJMyamliiiftf
W O«iv»kKely dvatr.iyeds# U»
wrertfWuH^s Syn^jf O^beat^ al^
(armera a{« Oumuletely ruined, and aasjr
Mt«'faMaftretf'fifeavy
tiott ot tibt oorn airt irairw wMri?v*r
Vfpa at«cked. ,,.i 1 .«»
A spd clwld have
at^d liuVe not U-«n heard of atnoe«
house wus iifUat-dl a| t^ifc A»illMI»D^ I
ttftfen its writer received on«-"frrnn herj^,c'!a1^ fcreek. His P^*b*We Mil Mm
iWer, dated fireslau, and to the followinc
Sear Jtfttlno.*—-1 he obxtoele wliiclt
c*rfitd
Mth*
luto the anrgy w^tfea of. pnt«if|e^
Cineinnah Gat.

tu*
eot 0!*e.— Xn
»r
am ii*i
is related in the
Alexandria
the President's
ewrrtiection with
ui nuyctum. tiirau^li onev(if, tliy
luenia at Washington. Entering one
tlic rooms, the head «f that partivttUt
a n o e u i s e v i e W i a a
ou« in his attentions to the Preside*?, attl
particularly asaioua to impveaa ny Mpp
the necesswty of newer, b«U«ity^(l m6*
•—nd lo and behold! it was Ibnndta QQp
tain a bottle of porter, and a rfepeeuAM "'V
luncheon of cracker* and cbetee! -TM
the eonaoUiion, that fire ^nwf
were hardly neoeaaary for .audi
"public documents" ft these.
ITCAU.
»w w
.Wi*' jt •lui )*»!.
SMitca or P*#TtM»M.—W«
of ii» heard of the smiles of Prari
I waa much pUasad Kith unclg.Ji^s,
on that subject.
"Good morning Uncle Joe.**
"Morning.**
s
:'v
accommodations for the papera, ?h.-
office, than tlie building now .CfHtaia*.^
now,
preaching a large table, ^it win tlHMe«ta VI
safe and insecure placea that we fcjmttt
keep the moat valuable pubUe docsi
1
l|l. 'iJiu
tvdftiiiM
r. -jvi,
WeU yeu've married your |ii) iS|iiiil5^'
y«t».".
*'Ye?." ..-
''Really, Providence smiled u]
ASmitoI,
no bless you, g%ei
^tt"
A- V. BrA«v»t Oovef«»r dsttafc
•I 3
Ther^ is aaJfioMp* iroo ^a- tn.ew i
!n KewcomU, Bfae.* oounty, J,
in 200 feet of the surface, t^ oaal^S
mtflicm cubic feet of iron!
From Turh is
weather favorable (o.
ied pr«vinns to'thezfl
were in oberatie#' simI ti
ptotod to be
fJottort Wttfl a Gtiet:—Thedvk
sioo at Bona, to reoaiue iiiieila
^a#. beaded by the t^iaf mBgiafrram,
ed in his robes of ofiice. and
P*P«
i »ri
B^a, Hardin fc^* i^umed to,
and
•fa fstfiijrniltuf nwisniisi
votea the
wli§lk^tt
«*••.
.Vo/ Gtnie'raltj JtuOVTi.-^-^e ftn^ ihafoi-^
lowing'in-the St. Lonfk Reveille: i ii
"The par^nt who ^oUMtraip uji.ai9m|^
in the way he should £*, kaal gain W
way be would train up the ebild.
Early Snoro.- They liavabad i
Paris, Maine, .^iihjA, 4e iast forlw||l4
the, depth of an inc|i*
,*•
lUi:
k.) Ill
The olf ^ro(eibj "^truth 1
torn of a w ts
11*," Js' v
(iftOed i»J
*otpepeu^tk4 fta*« toba /wstpsd to tharoo|h^
ly befora it can
-ha goi oiti «f thaai. j^*
l^iia«Mrj|i
BrfHsh
k Vinaest ordered fcLedwila
firwi an hetMFiug^ ljl« #atkol
s^n. and the ttag* lo bet
higu.
•iT» .. !j|
•-t
V MTf!
*pa |Vi,T-Uiy»|ie^!
S
4|pfep»
thai a.sfooeosfol aUetnn
nipt 1mm, .,.
to^ttttivttb'flie' CMnesitfca
.ti
The pofMilatiop) pL JW9*
lft.1 6 bdfi|{ an increyM^ I
last year.
'f If JT-'«
J^fi apotneea
over hia door,
»ti •. t' 4 v-
the Most
W. or until tha Mofisoiia b|ssns 9P
Uwwaj. jtlti IJIFS
crimes as a peopla.Tw.4j»iiatp viig. |k« .dqli^laMil of fTl
w»^thiiy«w^ Tht
S±lS3S^' '1JIW"'W
v,'Ww
PMPI^
•If'J.5i
i "hi w/ar ei
Hi
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