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CENSUS OF 1330 STATISTIC, IC.
Wo thank Mr. McClelland for a work on t ho census of 1830. containing much statisti cal Information. As reported by tho Marsha's t ho population of Michigan wa 31)7,034 of those. 'J0S.4C3 wtTw whito males aod 188,000 white fivn.tlcs. In regard t tho profession or occupation if tho mtvli-s it may gratify I ho curi osity of tho reader t learn that the returns how that 15 ace actors, 120 agents, 12 "gri culiunl implement makers, 57 druggists, 5 ar chitects, 20 artist, fl suctionoors, 2 authors, 111 bakers, 13 bankers, 23 bar keepers, 13 bas ket makers, 11 boll and brass founders, 220 black uud. white .smiths, 21 block and pump makers, 21) hoarding houso keepers, 10 b-nl builder, 03 boutimu 40 boiler makers, 17 book binders, 7 book-so!liia and stationers, 7 brass composition workers, 120 browen and distil lers, 100 brickmakors, 184 butchers, 704 cabi net and chair makers, 4,153 carpenters, 78 car ters, 5 oarvers and gilders, 4 caulkors, 12 chan dlers, I chemists, 194 city, town and county officers, 4 civil engineers, 1408 clerks, 557 clergymen, 6 clock makers, 153 clolhiors, 3 cloth manufacturers, 57, coach maker.-, 0 col lectors, 13 colliers, 32 confectioners, 7 contran tors, 1441 coopora, 27 coppor sin'ths, 171G cord wainers, 1 cottier, 1 5 day uorreotypistv 16 milk men, 32 dentists, 6 drau lumen, 1 13 drivers, 11 drovors, 5 dyers and black ors, 13 editors, 205 engineers, 5 engravers, 05,703 firmors, 4 far riers, 3 firo ongino makers, 514 fishermen, 2 furriers, 90 gardncrg and flourists, 7 gito keep ers, 21 gUi tnnnufucturors, 7 glovers, 31 poKl end silver smiths, 432 groccs, 83 gunsmiths, CO hat and cap manufacturers, 417 inn-keep-crs, 05 Iron fouudors, 2 iron mongers, 12 iron workers, 53 jewelers, 509 joiners, 13,743 labo rers, 12 limo burners, 02 livery stablo kocpfirs, 872 hmboimon, 200 machinistis, 63 monuf o rer3 not specified, 007 mariners, 812 masons nnd plasterers. 2 match makers, 307 mechanics iiotfitherwi.se spocified, 1580 merchants,-714 millers,' 221 millrights, 204 miners, 114 nnul dors, 23 musicians, 5 music teachers, 10 nurse rymen, 3 oil nmkors, 1 optican, 21 03tlers, 3 overseers, 395 painters i.nd glaziers, 11 paper hangers 10 paper manufacturers, 14 pMtern makers, 0 pavors, 113 pcdlors, 854 physicians, U pianoforto makers, 21 porters and carriers, 15 pot and pearl ash manufacturers, 15 pdtors, 255 printers, G produco and provision dealers, 10 professors, 5 publishers, 23 railroad men, 4 refectory koopers, 5 ropo and cord makers, 312 aaddlo and harness makers, 5 safo makers, 12 sail makers, 0 saleratus makers, 20 sash and brind makers, 400 salvors, 1 sculptor, 220 ser vants, 3 soston, 57 shingle makers, 83 ship carpenters, 143 soldiers, 8 spinners, G 1 6tono nnd marblo cutters. 2 stovo makers, 433 stu dents. 4 surgeons, 51 surveyors, 678 tailors, 177 tanners, 231teachors, 170 teamsters, 21 telojrraph operators, 153 tinsmiths, 22 tobac conists. 6 tool makers. 33 traders, 51 tnrnors, 8 turpentine mnkers, 3 undertakers, 1803 U. S. and State officers, 22 wafch makers, 51 wca vors, 625 wheelrighta, 2 whip inakors, 4 wino workers. ID wood cordcrs, 29 wood cutters, 7 wood doalers, 11 wool workers and carders, 4 wool dealers, 18 wordon manufactures, G'J bar bers, 107 other occupations. Total 10l078. For the year ending? Juno 1st 1850, ttio mar shala report 10,898 Births in Michigan, 425( Marriusres and 4515 Deaths. The retnms show 8281 adults in tho State who cannot read or writo4037 white males. 3375 whito females, 201 black males, 103 black femaloa. of theso 5272 wero uativo born and 3009 from foreign countries. Tim nnmhor of tnf fin.l rlnmh 12.V blind 125. insane 133, idiotic 189 in all 572. The Acricultnral returns show, Juno 1st, 1850 1,929,110 acres improved and 2,454,780 unimproved land in farms. Cash valuo of farms 857,372.446, farming im plemcnts 82,891.371, and 58,500 horses 70 As pcs and mules. 99,676 milch cows, 55.350 work ins oxn, 119,471 other cattle, 746,435 sheep, 205.847 swino. Total valuo live stock tfS.uoH, 734. valuo of animals sbuchtored 81,323,327. For year ending Juno 1st, 4.925,889 bushels wheat, 105,971 rve, 0,641.420 inrlian corn, z, 866.056 oats. 1245 lbs tobacco. 2.043,283 lbs wool. 74.254 bushels peas and beans, 2,359,897 Irish potatoes, 1177 6weet potatoes ,75,249 barley, 472,917 buckwheat, wi3-AUiu in orcn ard products, 1654 gallons wine.814,738 pro duco of market gardons, 7,065.878 pounds but ter. 1.011.492 lbs choeso. 404.934 tons hay, 16, 989 bushols clovor seed, 9285 other grass seeds 10.663 lbs hops, 7152 lbs flax. 519 buRhols flax seed, 108 lbs ailk cocoons, 2,439,794 lbs maple eutrar. 1S.822 eallons molasses, 359,232 10 beeswax and honey, 8340.947 worth homo mado manufactures. Thoso returns exhibit a vas increase of agricultural otock and products sinco. 1840. Monroo Com. Effects of the War upon European Emigration Tho following extract from a letter recently received from an American merchant, now i Stockholm, contains important facts in rla tion to tho effect of tho anticipated war in fcu rone an emigration: . ''During my travels 1 have been ob liged as you aro awaro, to visit ISorway an Sweden, for tho uurcbsso of iron. I was ut torlv astonished at tho feeling croatod by th approhonsion of a goneral war in Europo; for. although in such an event thcro is no probabil if v of its extendm? to these countries, a eono nil nanifl snnms to havo taken possession of tho inhabitants: so much so. that farmers aro sollinsr out their lands at ruinous sacrifices with a viow to omicato to tho United States I havo known of farms, worth in reality, thrco or four thousand dollars, sold as low as sove or eight hundred, and had it not been for th tics of kindred and associations at homo, sdiould almost havo been tcmptod to remai liore, and speculate in farms rather than i iron. "Tho convictions expressed by tho nowspa pors. that tho emigration from Groat Britair nnd Ireland and from Germany will be mato riallv diminished, if not altoirothor destroyed will not ormlv hero. Evcrv thhiz cives ovi ilence of a largo incroaso. It has boen caleu latod by ono acquainted with tho matter, tha there were, in tho beginning or March, lou toen thousand persons in Sweden and Norway prepared to tako thoir departnro for tho .No World. Most of thoso will arrive at Now York on thoir wavto tho 'Far West.' whoro they will settle down and bncomo a part and parcel of tho great llcpublic. form mo. it has boen altogether tho severest sinco tho settlement of this valley. Conso- uentlv. so far as tho snows aro concerned, the main condition of our exploration has been fulfilled. We entered the mountain regions n tho Huorfano river on tho 3d of December, nd issued from it hero on tho 7th of this onth. arnvinz hero yesterday ehornoon. Wo wont through tho Coochatopo rass on tho 14th of Docoinber, with four inohos not foot, ko notice, but inches of snow on the lovol, omonj tho pines and in tho shado on tho sum mit of tho Pass.'1 This decides tho great quos tion. and fulfils tho loading condition of my xolorations; and therotoro I go not iurtlier Intoxtetails in this letter. out of final success in carrying tho road by ihU control lino, Jiaturohas boon bountiful to this region in accumulating hero, within a few miles of whero I am writing, vast deposits of iron, and coal, and timber, ell of the most oxcellent quality; and a great ami powertul in tci ior Stato will spring up immediately in the nf, man,' then 'the fast man," during the pro steps of tho Congressional action which should 8enl eoSiion 0f Congress and tho lato pending decide to carry tho road through this rojlon. ...... Vnuf TT 1, l.istlv won the In making my oxpodition to this point. I savo ".' i - L.rlv n To,...!,,! of l.Mtitndo. shortening tho title of "the afeeUonate man," which he is now istsnco irom urecn uay 10 uhb pomi uy over giyioa m uiai eimc, wo auwvnv"w -b-- hundred miles. In crossing tho Siorra No- Undoubtedly influoncod tho unusual result of W I l JIT .1- I.. ... 1 1 I - aua, i snari go oirccuy nv un unviihuiuu ito, aiming to 6triko directly the Tejon Pass es, at tho head of tho Son Joaquin Valley, through which, in 1850, 1 urovo irom two io throo thousand head of cattle that I delivered to tho Indian Commissioners. I shall mako hat sncod I possibly can going light, and bandoning tho moro elaborated survey of my revious lino, to gain speed TUESDAY, Al'IXI li t35, IH.ll. To AuvKhTisiRS. AlvertieiuenUtould be bun ded iu as early a Saturday muruiu. ; From tha National Intelligencer. LETTEE FBOM COL. EEEM0KT. It eives us crcat pleasuro to insert tho sub- ined letter from Col. Fremont, not only bo use it contradicts tho exaggerated reports or oaths sustained by bi party, and assures us f tho intrepid oxploror's own afety, after his ,o months bold journoy tnrougn tno moun in wilds in mid winter, but because his cue- ss seems fully to have establishod tho favor ablo naturo of tho central route for a railroad winter as woll as in spring. Pauawan," Iron County ? 1 Utah Territory, Fob. 9, 1854. S Mt Dear Sir: I havo had tho good fortuno meet hero our friend, Mr. Babbitt, tho Seo- rotarv of the Territory, who is on his way to Washington, la charge of tho mails and other Ready Made Clothino. ltov. Henry Ward important despatches, the importance or which jjeechor says that .'dress doea'ut mak tho urging u u . , . -i"J ; man; but when the man is made, ho looks bet- 9 nasses directly on this morning, anu l navo ' ........ . arolv a few moments to givo you intelligence ter dressed up.' As this tstno general opin- 1 ! -l I ; .... 1 .! I t !.!.. ! ! . or, Kn tKnw alinnl.l I Olir SaiO arllVOI. HIIU ui uur unviu, ;iuu I iuii yi uidiiiiiu, 41 la tuijfwi in iu ..vv.... ealth and reasonable success in tho object of understand that Keating has rccioved a large our oxpodition. Unsortmcnt of Drv Goods and Ready mado T"!,:. ina hi, liannonnil f rt rtfk ftnft nt T. I ' . . 11119 mum iim ,,ui. jv..v w " - I-.. ...... .1. . 1 C; ... ,1 trome and unusual cold. Here, tho citirons wounng, lor me oprn.K.u.u wm.h,., Liquor Law in Sanilac Co. Judge Crocn, whilo holding a circuit in Sanilao county last week, tried an appeal caso under tho prohibito ry liquor law, and in accordnnco with tho vibws declared by him in the snpromo court, ho hold tho law to bo constitutional, end affirmed tho judgment given sgaiust the defendant iu tho iuferior court. Godet's Lady's Hook for May. This is a porfect Spring number containing everything that a lady may dosiro to complete her spring toilot. Tho latest and moBt boautiful fashions undorsleevos, Mantillas, Bot nots, Dresses and Diagrams, Night Dresses, llecepes Work- in" Paterns of Crochot,&c, Embroideries, Sec, For tho gcutlcmon it contains Farm Houses, new revelations of an old country, cottago fur niture, ko. For Juveniles, Drawing copios, watch Tockets and 6lippcrs, and good reading for every body. Tho May No. contair.s 100 pagos, 51 cngravinsand 71 different contribu- I conffrotulato vou on this verification of nd will bo sent to any porson on tho re our judgment, and tho good prospects it holds C(j. . of 25 cont8 prico $3 per ycar. Address, L. A. Godey, Philadelphia. What Name Next? When Gen.Picrco was first brought out on tho Presidential course, ho was styled "tho last man," then "theaiif- that'oloction Tho New Hsmpshiro Independent Democrat has disclosod tho fact that Franklin Pierco is a vcrv "affectionate man. It seems tho l'rcs- . .... . :dent has been making usoof his franking pri vileges to send copies of Norm epoccn on tno Nebraska bill to tho representatives rocontly Until within about a hundrod miles of this lchoeon to tho Houso of ReprcBcntaiives in N. nlaee. we had dairucrreotypcd tho country through which we passed, but were forced to abandon nil our boavy baggngn to savo tno men. and I 6hall not 6ton to send back tor it. The Dolawarcs all camo in sound, but tho whites of mv party wcro all exhausted and bro ken up, and moro or less frost bitten. I lost ono Mr. Fuller, of St. Louis, Missouri, who liod on enteritis tho valley. Ho died like a 11. Each of tho envelopes is endorsed as fol lows: "Milk the ajfecltonale regards oj your jrtcna Frank Pierce." Tho Granato Stato Whig says: A lheso wero sent to not personally acqu ainted with tho"affuctionato" man from whom strong man, on horseback, in his saddle, a;d will bo wero rccioved, thcro eecms to bo stronj buriod liko a soldier, on tho spot whero ho fell gnd for suspecting that "our own Fran! I hopo soon to see you in Washington. Mr. i;m.e" i,a8 affectionato regards" for "all th Babbitt expects to seo you beforo tho end of March. Anions other documents which ho carries with him aro tho maps and reports oftapt. Gunnison s party. Sincerely and atlectionatoiy, Joiln C. Fremont. .. Col.. Benton. Washington. P. S. This is tho Littlo Salt Lake Settle ment. and was commencod about threo yoars inco. Population four hundred, ana one lonth bv sickness sinco tho settlement was mado. Wo have beon most hospitably recoivod Mr. Babbitt has boon particularly kind, and has rendered mo very valuablo assistance tho ...... M ttin rpt mankind:" and that he IS thcroforo.'A v-o-r-y a-ff-o c-t-i-o-n-a-t-o m-a-n. State Temperence Convention. A State i Temperanco Convention is called to bo held in tho City of Detroit, on Thursday, tiie zau uisi A full attendance, from all parts of tho State! is desired. Tho Japan Gquairoa Rafting in .lijtant rnucrs nciounts cf tho rc call of Commodoro Pt-rry's squadron, wo have i.Un r..;n t., nsn-riniit as nearly as possible all tho facts connected wun us uiuiciiwi Thus wo havocvo turn Inlhn TTllitfd StatCS. Valley of the rarnwn, ahont 60 miles et of the ry reason to beliovo tliai long mice, i- ..ui.ij ADULTERATION 07 LiaUOBS. Eminont chemists assert that nino-lenths, at ast of all tho liquors consumed In tho Uidted States aro moro orloss drugged. To say that alf of that protends to tomo across the Atlanta io is wholly manufactured on this) . aido of it, would bo to fall short of tho truth. There aro numbers that livo and thrivo by such nefarious trade. Long practico in the moo sugar of load, capsicum, acids, aloos ju niper, berries, verdigris, logwood, &co., &c, is varvinz and nicoly graduated proportions, has enabled them to bring tho art to a degree of perfection, that sooms almost fabulous. Lhonp Monongahcla whisky, brought into thoir vaults by the hogshead, come, out bottled, and ready for sale, as "Madolra,'' 'Cognac," 'Champagne,' "Palo Brandy." "Cream of tho Valley," and Old Port.' In thoso tho color, flavor, ano: smell of the originals will bo so closoly imita ted that experienced taste is deceived by thorn. So complete and minute aro their operations. that not only aro foreign brands forgou and th shape of bottles, tho designs of seals and corks Imitated, but even nrtinciai uust anu coo webs. aro fabricated to givo thorn au air of ros pectablo antiquity. It otnor prooi or una wero nooueu, ueBiuos the result of chomical analysis, it might bo found In tho facts that more Port is drunk in tho United States in ono year, than passes through tho custom houso in ten! that moro Champagne is consumed in America alone, than tho wholo Campaguo diptiict produco; that Cognao Brandy costs four times as mucn in Franco, whero it is mado, as it is sold for n our corner groggenes: and that tha failure of tho wholo crape crop iu Madcria produced no apparont diminution in tho tpiantity, nor at all corresponding increase in tho price ot tho wino. It is those compounds that maddon and do- stroy 6uch multitudes in our towns and cities. In vine growing countries whero wino is cheap, and plentiful, and Us uso almost universal, Ihoro are nono or those horrora or intemper ance) that ahock and alarm us horo. Fiance, Italy. Spain, suffer no moro from tho free uso of their own wines, than wo do from our cider, or "sparkling catawba. If nono but pure liquor was permitted to bo sold its price would instantly becomo so great as to put it beyond tho reach of thoso who now fall victims to ,rcd-cyo" and "rot-gut.'' Gon- uino brandy, gin, end rum, are tho most costly of all fermented drinks, instead of being, as wo aro accustomod to think tho chon post. To say nothing of tho cost of transportation, they cannot bo bought on tho spot whero thoy aro mado at anything like tho rates thoy aro sold at in our dr nking saloons, uranus thai at wholesale, bring 83 a bottlo, are sold at rctad at "three conts a glasl" A law providing for tho prohibition and pun- ishrnont of theso adulterations could bo faith fully carried into effect, for all parties would havo a common interest m its enforcement. It could bo resisted by fiw, for no man wants to drink thoso poisons and no dealer would ack nowledge that ho sold them. Tcmporanco men would pain the end of driving theso bev erages out of uso, and all rospcctablOi liquor merchants would profit in tho riao of prices. Constitutional rights would not bo moro in fringed than by the detection and puishment of any other iraun; and no properly wouiu oe destroyed except the liquor positions and tho implements of their manulacture. N. Y. Mirror, meadows of north of wo 000 feet. ws of Sunta Clara, between 37 and 31 iterees jg the Govornmcnt of his promise to roturu ,h latitude, nnd between 113 and 114 leprces .j. Fnrjnff t0 Japan to receive the answer of tho tlonsitnde; elevation above the seaohoutS,- E our proposals, tho Commodore was Later from Texas and Hew Mexico Bv the arrival at New Orleans of the stoam shin Mexico, we havo received later inte'li gonco from Texas and Now Mexico. Tho dates from Galveston are to the ulti ot April, from ludianola to tho 4th, San Antonio to tho to tho 30th ult., and Austin and Lavaca to tho 2Sth The Hnntsvillo Item of tho 1st inst. states, that tho telesraph wiros, it was expected, wo Id roach that claco on that date. Tho operator, Major Mersfoldor, was at his post. Tho Galveston Attcs says: Wo havo four hundred and eighty common schools in tho State. We havo twenty-one high schools and colloges charterod by our leirfclaturo. oizht female institutes, and thirteen malo. Nina of theso aro classical in thoir conrso ir.ttnirfnd to cnmolv with that engagement ith all tho 6hips under his command that mid bo snared from tho Chinese seas, and then to return homo with all his vessels except a steamer and two sloops-of-wur, which are to re main in that quarter as tno regu ar u. v. iibi Indies squadron. And further, that tho return ing vessels will como via. the Pacific, touching at San Francisco, and other most important Eoints in tho usual Pacifio route, thenco to mo Tnitod States. Washington Star. Tho Albany Evening Journal thus pertinent ly gives tho following version of the matter. In tho caso of Japan our Governmont has suc cessfully imitated tho celebrated historical ex ploit, "The King of France with twenty thounand men, Marched up the hill, and then marched down again Aftor sending all tho best vessels in the ISa Lutiteuax Church. Tho corner stono tho now Lutheran Church iu this village, is to bo laid on Wednesday next, at ono o'clock P. Mi Tho public aro invited to attond. Americans In Turkey. Threo Americans havo succeeded in entering tho Turkish service. to of thorn as Ajutauts in thoarmy. Two of thorn havo means of their own. and accent nonav. Thev havo. as is us ual in such eases, exchanged their names for oriontal ones, such as Nosim Agha and .Noun Bov. Tho third has tho rank of Colonel. Their names oro DavU, of Philadelphia; Wor- thinirton.of Ohio; and Bonfanti, of New York. They havogono to join tho Eastern army.whoru tho Turks lntond inn spring to act nercoiy. ndtakoTiflis, and deprivo tho llnsfians of Georgia. Jackson Branch Railroad.' Tho New York Ti ibune, of Monday has tho following: "It will DO seen iy an auvcriisrineno in on thor column that tho Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana Railroad Co. nro about to is- no. for iho purpose of niding in tho compio ion of the Jackson Branch and tho 1 olodo and Goshen line, now stock of tho Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana Co., to tho a- mount of 23 per cent.on tho present stock Tho stock is to bo issued at par to oiu 61ock ho dra both of old and construction stocK Tho payments aro on the 10th of May 25 per cent.. lOtn of Juno 25 per cenr., ana mo ro- mnindcron tho 1st of July. Interest is to bo allowed on payments to first of July, when tho stock becomes dividend stock. Correspondence of the IJoeton Daily Times. IMPOKTAlf T T0XX L0WE& CALIF0ENIA. Tho U. S. Ship Portsmouth, ) San Diego, W arch 8, 1854. S Mb. Editor: I hasten to give you an ac count of our doings at this port. Last night, Captain Dornin received Information that somo of Walker's party had arrirod at San Diego. Early this morning, Lieut. Win. A. Parker and Purser Levi D. Slamm, with proper assis tance wcro sent, up to tho old town to arrest any of thoso persons, and tnoy had the goou fortuno to capturo Major Frodorio Emory, Walkor'a Secretary of Stato and Civil Justice; also Manuel D. Cordova, (by birth a Mexican.) Walker's private agont, spy and interpreter, with thoir servant . They wero endeavoring to mako purchases for tho expedition. They mado no resistance, nnd forthwith brought on board this ship as prisoners.' They will bo sent on board tho U. S. steamer Columbus, Lout. W. II. Ball commanding, and sail to mor row for San Francisco, where they will bo tinndod over to tho United States officer for trial. Major Emory is a fino looking, intelli gent young man, and a brother of Col. Emory of tho Unitod States Topographical Enginocrs. Tho last nows from Walker's party is that his numbers aro reduce ! by arrests and de sertions to loss than ono hundrod men. It will prohahly bo broken up in a few weeks. Moro next time, Yours &o., W. F. G. ( I havo a few moments moro of eparo time, and I hasten to add a postscript: March 11, 1854. Walker Sootino His Mex. Sir: Tho stea mer did not loavo as was expected. Sho sails this morning at 10 o'clock. Yesterday after noon tho officers attached to tho 17. .S. steam er Columbus, errostod at Now San Diego threo men who had left Walker. 1 hey will bo taken to San Francisco and dclivorod up for trial. Theso men stato that Walker is about (1 miles from Ensenda, and that ho marches from ranch to ranch robbing everything worth taking. They say that ten days ago they.wiili two other sergeants, attcmptod to desert, and that Walker ent a party of his officers in pursuit, and took thorn hnek and that thov were all (red bv a court martial, of which Mnjor Emory was pres ident, and tho two sergeants wero charged with deserting and for attempting to blow up tho mairazino. I hey wore convicted and senten ced to be shot, which sentence was carried into effect the samo day. Tho prisoners wcro ried for desertion eonvictod and sen'enced by tho men "compo8ir.g this court martial, to re- coivo fifty lashos, which was carried into effect and they wcro allowed to leave. They stato that Walkers men aro m a state or revolt, nnd that a pcnoral break up will now tnko plnce. - 1 hoy havo nothing to eat but beet, whicn tnoy sieai from tho Mexicans, and theso men tell shock ing tales of tho cruelties of Walker, Emory, nnd other officers, on theso unfortunato men Ilia 8'ildiers aro nil dissatisfied they have found out now that they havo been deceived by Wiilkcr, rc noxious toleavo and nro deser ting him. Tho probability is that tho men who havo hern tricked into the expedition by Wal ker and his San Francisco agon', will pet ex- asnerated and shoot Walker, i o;i may exect to bear in my n-xt that wo havo sori tno wnoio party to San i rancisco. . r . o. An Irishman who was ot sighted nnd about to finht a duel. inM?tod that l.o should stand six raco- nearer to hi antagonist than tho lntfer did to him. and thev were both to fire at tho samo timo. Tim beats Shoridon tcllins a fut man who was goinu to fii'ht a thin ono. that tho latters 6lirn riiuro ought to bo chalked on tho other3 portlv person, and if tho bullet hit him out-siJo tho lino it was good lo nothing. AT Mahv a truo heart, that would come back like a dove to tho Ark, nfiorits fust trans grossion, has bcon frightened ln-yond wall to tho ansry look and menace, the tmut, tho sava ge chairity of an unforgiving soul. It is cow 6aid that Col. FoVney will ho im peached beforo the House. Tho "Ha'ds" nro his bitterest enemies; nho somo of tho Virgin ians. The blow is aimed at tho Provident. A CARD. TO OUR PATRONS Wo sincerely and respect fully return thanks for the extensive and liberal pat ronage, which we have received during many years residence in Hillsdale. We have returned from New? York with a large and well selected stock of Good which we intend to sell to make it en object fur olJ friends and new to purchase. See Advertisement. MR. & MRS. KEA I INC. Myer's Extract of Hock Rose Rock Rose, the principal ingredient in this valuablo medicine, has been long known to phyemns and others, in New Haven and vicinity, as one of the best alteratives in the vego table kingdom, superior to tho far and widely kdowa Sarvaparilla. Myers' Com pound Extract, one of the nicest and most scientific preparations in the country, has I een tried and found successful in the cure of many diseases that have bafiied the skill of some of tUe first PhUicians of our land. After the principal medicines of the day have failed, Sorofulo, that dreadful disease, which shows itself in so many forms, is quickly and permanently cured. B7 purifying the whole system, it gives to the patient a healthy appearance and good spirit. Myers Kxtract of Rock Rose, for sale byO.W. UNDERWOOD, and Druireists generally, whero pamphlets, &c, may be had gratis. . n393w2 Barnuh's BcAanco Wox ik! By some this won. der it tnpposed to hsve grown her beard by usin? Emcrson't Ame'ican Hair Restorative which fails not. Price $1,00 in large bottles. - Sold by n39lw4 BIOTT 3c BKO. Tho same paper quotes tho following from Vy, manned by pickod crews, at an enormous tho Tyler Telegraph: expense on a wild goose chaso to the other sido in.ir rf tho nronosod route of tho Pacific iust as thoro bogins to bo a prospect of doing s t nrdAri hnm i.acK to v asmnziuu. lliu result of tho outlay may bo summed up thus: i.nn.!ml.-nnmmnlimentirv letter delivered, for which we have the receipt of tho Harbor Muster or Railroad, for tho purpose, wo supposo, of so loetinej ft suitable place for settling, which ho Bays ho intonds to 00 11 mo roau is constructed if e addressed tho citizens of this placo on tho anhiopt of tho Pacific Railroad, and seem-1 vnnrnnVi. od well versed in tho minutiae of the expenses Item Ono box of garden seeds. of buildinir tho said road, which ho estimates, irom a close calculation, win uu uiiiviuh moro than 631,000 per mile. An Old Exthvaqanza Revived. Tho Mon- roa Kmress savs: 'It nnnears bv the Democratic Press of Chi cago thntW. B. Offdon is beforo the public as tho advocato of a Ship Canal from Lake Mich In tho mcantimo, tho efficient forco of its Navy boing thus employed, our Government complains that it has no Bea-worthy vessels to transport its troops to California, nor lo send to savo tho lives of those wrecked in tho "San Francisco," nor to station at Havana, nor to carry out Us Diplomatic Representatives, and I HO BUVOCaiU OI It OIIIII btiioi liuni ui wiivu- - ... .1 II'.! igan via St. Joseph' river to Monroe, Lake U goes to work to incur th additional expense Marisc DisASTF.ns in the Late Gale. messenger camo up to tho city last cvenin with tho information that a largo shin, of 8 1)00 tons burthen, went asoro on Long Beach on Saturday night, about 9 miles below Baruo gat Inlet. SIi was soon at 7 o'clock on Sun day morning, about 200 yards from the boach, with her foremast gone, and tho sea breaking over her. Sho appoarod to havo upwards of a hundred pooplo on board, who wero all hud dled togothcr at tho stern, to cscapo tho waves, which wero continually washed orcr her for ward docks. Two schooners were ashore in tho same vi cinity. Ono was thumping over Barncjat Shoals, and would nrobably cro to pieces. Tho other had boen driven high upon tho boach a bovo Barn e cat. There wore two othor ships observed at tho tirrto. about fire miles from land, and it was fenrod thoy would also bo driven ashoro. They both appoared to be endeavoring to claw off, but tho galo was blowing with ouch vio lence that it was donbtful If they could sue ceod. iN. Y. Com. Adv. 18lb inst. The Increase of Post Offices. By way of showing our readers how tho demand of tho , public on tho post Hfico department increase, wo have to mention that on Juno 30th, 1850, the tiumhor of post offices In tho Unitod Stato, was 18,417; on Juno tho 30th 1851, 19,700: on Juno the 30th, 18.',2, 20.001; and on Juno 30th 1853, 22,220. Wo learn further, tint since that timo, about 1200 moro havobrrn added to iho lint. Washington Star. Erie. Such a Work was talked of twenty years oco as sure to bo mado in time. If tho Wabash and Erio. and other canals in this country, aro made profitable, there is no roa son whv this one. if made, through an agri cultural regions teeming with wealth and pro duco. mav not bo profitably employed. Mr. B. estimates tho costal $5,000,000, and that the distanco it would savo to vessels between Lakes Michigan and Erie, tho merino losses a voidoj and marine insurance saved would soon moro than pay the cost of construction. Opening of tho New York Canals. Tho New York Courier and Enquirer loarns bv telegraph from a correspondent at Albany that tho 1st of May is tho day fixed by tho Ca nal Board for opening tbo canals of tho Stato for navigation. later and Officlil. Wo recoived a despatch by the Houso lino, last evening, announcing that tho Canal Board had nxod upon tho first day of May for opon tho State canals. llJutlalo express of building six now stoam frigates, at a cost of three million dollars, Mechanics. Thero appears to bo a great demand for building mechanics and laborera of all kinds at this place. ' Although wo havo our usual number, thoro is not enough to sup ply tho wants of tho amount of building con tbmplated the present season. Wo aro inform ed by somo of our businossmon that thoro is not half tho number of mechanics in this placo that could find employment CrTTho Kalamazoo Telegraph of tho 10th contains a lettor from tho Hon. Ross Wilkms to Judgo Pratt of tho Supremo Court, fully sustaining Judgo P's. opinion as to tho uncon stitutionality of tho Liquor Law. ttT" Tho Democratic Press says ' that th Miohigan Southern and Northern Indiana R R. Co. havo contracted for twenty now Loco motives of of the largest class. Six of them are now at Buffalo, on their way to Toledo. Tho Press says that near twelve thousaud pas Horrible. On Thursday morning, about 7 o clock, tho body of Augustus Pew vas found back of Kellogg' 0 banking house, in a horrible condition.' A nistol ball hid entorod his fore head, causing a frightful and no doubt mortal I sengers arrived at Chicigo last week from th wouad. The pistol was lound lying Desiue eait, on this road. him, which rumor says no purcnasou at .me run shoo a few days ago. We learn that with in tho last few days he has been heard to threaten his Jifo. and it wis noticed that ho acted very strangely. Our villago is in high stato of excitement. Battlo Creek Journal. The Effects or the High Pricf. or Wheat in Canapa. A letter writer in Canada West s tys: "You can't knock down a farmer in tho wiiolo country, nnd find less than two hundred I o jnds in Im pocket. fXT-Tho State Central Committeo of tho In dependent Domocratio party havo onounced I tho Detroit Daily Democrat, that they have nominated Hiram L. Miller, of Saginaw co, as a candidate for Auditor General. This nomination is to fill tho vacancy on tho ticket occasionod by tho withdrawal of Mr. Hatden who was nominated for that office st their Stato Convention. Special Notices. A WHOLESOME THOUGHT. Bring hither the poor, the maimed, the bait, and the blined." if) on would have them healed of th'iir many infirmiliei. ' We h"ldly and fearlessly assert that tha Mustang Liniment will positively CUBE Rhutiiatism Lei any who are afflicted with that mojt painful com plaint try it thoroughly according to the directions, anJ if ihey are not cured, we will give them their money back. What more ran we aavf It will also cure the riles. Thousands have ried it and all wera cored. Cruises, Sprains, Sorea, or Eruptions fade away as if touched by the magicians wand. Its application to a li urn or Scald acta like "oil upon the troubled waters, The tempest ofpain and agony isisoon spilled, and (he rotieut'mliexliejioquiet and peaceful slumbers. There is a balm for every wound," and that balm is the Mus ing Liniment Every body that aella medicinea keep it for sale. Hold you r Horses!' and if thev are criD. pled galled or sprained, use the Mustang Liniment, See advertisement in another columu. n39Iw4. Baldness can bo Cured Mr. P. M- Marks, of this city, can testify to this, he having a fine crop of young hnir on his head, where a month ago it was as buhl as the paint of your hand. There is no mistake about this. Emerson's Hair Re- stomtivedid the work. Burlington, Iowa Gazette, Dec. 2, ISoJ. nprl,3m HEAR YE! HEAR YE! The Spring and Summer Trade in Hillsdale IS NOW OPEN. N. ill. FOLSOM, Mas just returned from the eastru l'itics, with the host selected stock of (joodn ever oferod in this vi cinity, ri nsi.iting of the usual variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Read y-.Made Clothing, Slrato Goods, Boots and Short, Jewelry, JVotions, nnd every article of HOUSE I L AISTICLES all of which w ill be told nt the very lowest cuh prices -If you vih to Asmt your eyes on beautiful DIIESS CiOODS 61 EMBROIDERIES Of every kt vie nnd Pattern, and, nnd all other kind.i of Uoodn of e very nnmo and nature, you have only CASH MI OI to call at the II1LLI.LK PORK, where your expectation win ne moro thnn realized, iMitli 111 bounty and in qua'ity, as well as the exceeding low pricukof his Uuotls. lie ha no doubted you will he greeted Ihi.i rr'" with any amount of git 1 from the rlu una xouth, et.it nnd west; out you may set ll vii ua n fixed fjet, that ho i determined thia aea n, n umuiiI. to cite as Rood and a (lea tie 1 better barpuinn tli.ui tiny other etublinliineiit west of the rent 3letroioliS. He liaa no una debt to luakeoue tieipoue help to pay Hut i lost by another. !o you e tho advantage of purnbaf ing when you hnve the ren.ly at a genuine Cnh More. The coast is clear vl you m.iy ep ct to at e the fur lly. AprtlVM. 13i4. K. M HII.MMI. MAiii Robbed. Tho Mail hctween Chicago and Galena, dt o hero on Thursday morning nst. was robbed of its contents near Whito Oak Springs. It was first discovorod by loiters beinjj strowed along tho mad for throo or four miles. But two letters found woro designed for this office, tho proat majority being for tho up river country. Merchants nnd others will understand tint this mail contained no mail able matter from boyond Chicago, but simply what accrued between hero and that point. Three individuals supposed to havo been concorned in tho robbery, havo been arrested, whoso examination takes place to-day. Galena JoUorsonian 13th. frT" Tho Ilardford Times says, Samuel Colt has received an order from tho British Govern ment to furnish their Bsltio floct with 5,000 of his Navy Pistols, as soon as possible; and ha is notiflod that tho entire floot is to bo furnished with them. Tho armory in Hartford will re quired to do a good portion of this work, and probably the European orders for Colt's Pistols will bo immenso. I lie buronean war win canso a 6teady stream of gold to flow into Colt's pockots. Probably there is no othor"manufao- turorofany description 111 tno world wno is making monoy as rapidly as this gentleman. Tho Sultan is prepared topurchaso as mnay of his arms as can bo furnished. DoaoLoar. Wo havo heard many rood thinsrs that em'nator from the keen wit of the Rov . Mr. Hunt, but the last ono threw us down cntrely. A man recontly passing Mr. Hunt, was accompanied by a small dog; anu tho lit tie camno scoundrel took a sudden fancy to stick his teeth into the old gentleman's log! llus phisical manifestation not prooving satis factory to tho clerical victim, hodcterminod to victimizotho dog in turn and drawing upon tho tombs. Then began tho drama tragi-comody t Stranger Why did you kill my dog? Hunt Becauso ho was going to bito mo. Strange' Why didn't you uso tho small end of your cursed stick? you could of frightened him and not killed him! Hunt excited Why didn't your dog como at mo tail first then? Exit stranger. Death or Capt. Canfif.ld. Cant. Ai.f.ian der Canfield, tho well known son-in law of Gen. Cass, died in Detroit on tho 18th inst. Cant. Canfif.ld was a graduatoof West Point anu was, at tho timo of his decease, a member of tho Unitod States Topocranhical Encinoei s. Wo believe ho has takon tfoontiro charge of tho oxtcnslvo business and financial matters of Gen. Cass, for sovoral tears. Ilia loss is docplyTcgrottod in Detroit, whero ho enjoyod tho respect and esteem of his follow-citizons. f Adrian Expositor. jlr Mrs. Dousrlas, tho lady who was im prisoned at Norfolk, Va.,for teaching colored children, Ins scrrcd out her term, and re ceived her discharge. fJC5 Mr. Wilson, tho Lunl Commissioner, has sent into Co-gross a statement thnt tho wholo surface of the United Statos ornbraees only 1.391,480.220 acres, which is less by 220, 704, Cf)9 than wns reported in tho annual state ment from tho Lend Office. Tho error was committed in ovcr-cstitnaiing the extent of Or egon, Nobraskaand tho Indian territories. Goon News for Somebody. Tho trustees of tho old Bank of tho United States havo is sued a notico stating their intention to mako further dividend out of tho assets in their hands, to the creditois of tho trust nnmely, tho holders of notes and post notes and depos iters mentioned theroin. Sa:d dividend will bo declared on tho 30th of Juno next, at the office of tho trustees, No. 70 Walnut ft. Phil adelphia. Thoso concerned aro notiflod to como forward and provo their respective debts or demands boforo tho timo thus appointed for making and declaring said dividond. 2-O-Tho Great Firo at Jacksonville Florida, on tho 5th inst., destroyed tho cntiro business part of tho town, seventy buildings being de stroyed. An extra, from the office of tho Re publican f that place, says: "Evcrv nress in tho nlnco was dp6trovod, and this Exlrn was printed with a shoe brush, and with ink manufactured for tho occasion from binin-blnck and oil. Jacksonville teas but a 6mall place, it is now no placo at all." mi l. . IDiuue. A Swedish printer. Ilerr Fahlgroon, has in vented a now kind of alphabet! types for tho blind. Tbo wholo numbet is only seven, and thoy rescmblo runes; but by change of place, 6CC, tucy represent iweniy-oigm leucre. A picco of land, in Atlanta Georgia, that four yoars ago was offorod for 1,400, was ro contly sold for upwards of $15,000, after being laid cut into building lots. - New York, April 21. It is now understood that tho Votthattan left ilavrn with 312 nrssencers. butnocareo. 130 bodios hare been washed ashore up to yester day noon at A brccon. iho younger persons wero in night clothes. No vestige of tho wreck has vnt como ashoro. The vosscl went arhore on Sunday morning. Tho possengors clung to tho bulwarks, tho sea washing over them. A great number of trunks belonging to the nnasnnrrers had driftod ashore. Cspt. Jen nings, tho wreck master, remained on tho bench all night, but no living boing was saved. The maioritv of thoso washed ashoro wcro women and children. Officers and crew belonged nrlneinnllv to Maryland and Now lork. Tho Vowhatlan was insurod in Philadelphia ano Baltimore. John Griffith, tho only survivor of tho scoo ncr Manhattan, has so far rocovercd as to be ablo to speak. Ho says tho schooner had only 1 passenger, who with G ot the crew had por Imbed. Tho splendid steamer Metropolis, launched vfistordav at Green Point. Sho is said to bo tho largest and strongest steamboat ever built, There arrived at this port yesterday, C,49 emigrants from Luropo. JM M RS. E. J. KEATING, Would respectfully inform her friends and cuatom- m. that she has returned from New York with a spl ndid nsaortmentof Sprino and Summer (Joods which ho offers to tho public on tho most reasonable terms for Cnali w tailing to pay hrr debts as fast us they be come due, sho therefore hna an object in selling at n mail advnnco, w hile the public w ill nnd it an object to purchase. A large assortment 01 raaiuonnoie nonneia. Silks for Ireae of the most elegnnt styles. I.nwos nnd IMains splendid assortment. Print of the latect patterns. Fashionable Jewelry, warronted goTd. My stock is so extensive this senoii, that it would m too nun erous to mention but a few of the Goods have to aril. fXv" Ladies will you please to call. I hove endeav ed to purchase Good, audi as I think w ill bo wan ted. I intend to conduct my sales on the same prin- iple as 1 have done, that is, one price and rash sales. nf llonnets bleached, trimmed and altered into Fashionable shapes, as usunl. ApriMS, '51. HILLSDALE IM). PLANK ROAD CO. NOTICE ia hereby given that Toll, at the rate of two rents per mile, on that port'onofthe Koad eonnple- I, will be charoed on and after the 1st day of May nex. By vote of Directors. A. HAMMOND, Sec'y. April ?9. 1B34. RocnEsTF.R. April 21. Tho Powder Mill of John Conway exploded last night. No lives lost. ITAitntsBiRo, April 21. The Committed of Conferonco of ths two Houses on tho Liquor Law, havo agreed upon a plan of submitting tho question to tn5 pco plo. JN E W GOODS. TrTrr, FIRST ARRIVAL $M-50f Spring and Summer Goods in Hillsdale, ma he found at the Mr Hillsdale .V Intl. Plank lload Co. NOTICE ia hereby given that tickets in payment for favel on said road, will be sold aa follows; For il paid in advance, tl 05 will be giveu in tickets. " 93 in advance, 92 13 in tickets. " 93 in advance, 63 40 in tickets. TicVkts at the above rates can be bad of F. FOWLER Esq.. President, and at the office of the Treasurer in Hillsdale. By vote of the Director. O. W. UNDERWOOD. Treaai Hillsdale. Apr. 19 1851. , ' n39lf UTIIMCOVCD FARMS. FOR. SAI.K A Farm containing 2S0 acrea choice laud, situated three miles from the village of Hillsdale, one hundred and fifteen acres improved, two framer' houses and two framed barnea on the pre mises, with nn orchard of 200 bearing fruit trees, well timbered and watered. Alxo. a Furm of 63 acres six milea from the village of IlilUdule, seventeen acres under improvement, a pood log house and frame barn on the premises, witii 1G0 bennng fruit treea. ID 1 erms made known by enquiring or ll.it. AUMSTRONQ. Hillsdale. April 13. 39ln2tn BALDNESS CURED. EMCTSON'S AMERICAN HAIR UF.STORA TIVK For restoring the Hair on the Heads, Hor elksslt llALn, and to prevent the Hair from fall ing, ia winning golden npinioi.s of peraons who a refus ing it. This it a new article, recently introduced, ia a sure cure of Baldness, and will stand the test of a disce rning public, aa thousands who have used will testily. ftJSee circular to be had of Agents, giving full par tieulsri. rnce ft, in targe bottles. O Sold by MO I T &. liKO. Agents Tor Hillsdale. C B Fisher it Co, I'roprietorr. n360yl No. 57 Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio. PORK BARRELS for sale by W. WAI.DRON& Co. JJAM8, Shoulders and Codfish tooot It. HAMMOND'S CORN AND OATS for sale at the Valler Mi' In II. L.HKWF.TT At SON. aflREKN DROWN &. DLUE SH.K HERRAOES VTT fr dresses, at WAI.PRON&CO. HOT CORN -"Life Scenes in New York, Illus trated, fralejit; - MOTTW GRIND 8TOMES Berea Grind Stones, also Hana, Inga, rnraale by BIAMMONP. 11 ARREI) At CROSS BARRED it IXAll Mtr l Una and I.awna, at WAl.DRON At Co. AND RAS SIMPSON. UADWAY'S READY RELIEF way's Soap for sale by A CI I) Kit VI XEUAR-strop c""""Sh. " J" alone, at ' MMl&ONS. LLTIIK TOrULAR MEDICINES of any V foranloat. MMJyuJi. wt: