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WILL PRACTICE 1* ALL TMK IWTOaioa COUIIVS. ROBT. M. LO.IIU, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE aud Notary one door east nl 0U. K. OREEN, PHYSICIAN AND SlTRGEOr, RochesUn Cedar couuty,luwa. nl PIATT* )HYSICI AN AND SUKGEON, Cedar county,IOWA. WlWUMMi jyoung chiefs MERCHANT—Dealer.in MERCHANTS nl AIl*l»OW 1, CilbEETT. ERCI1 ANT— Dealer in Dry Goods, Hard- isav wars,Crockery,a.c. lipton, Iowa. I •p^y C. D. TVI§, -K.eep on hand R^ADY Made Clotlim?, Boots and Slioes, Y.oikee No- TIONV, Dry Goods. GROCERIFIS, kc. K^CHNTTI, Cedar county, Iowa. SWANK, ERCH ANT—Dealer K*ueral Merchan- S o e i EI.14W SHAW HER. MERCHANT—Dealer in I)Y Goods, Gro ceries,Crockery,itc. Cedar DAVID PLiTKER, EALER IN DRY GOODS, Crockery,Gro ceries, Hardware,Ac. Pioneer,Iowa. GROCER—D«a»er (jars, bacco, FruiU, Ac. Rochester, BrI APKsivimf 1 /ii orders For the Advertiser. fiat, Promt aid Fntare. CHI, how much precious tine Wa And vainly throw away, When our eternal state depends OU th'improvement of to-day. 1^5 Tine PAST, from as is AWDY gone The MOMENTA covild not stay: The enjoyments of LLW PAST For UM' ware Aeetiag aa KM DAJKTW V. Tine to mankind was kindly GIVEN. Whilst through tlie world they PI To prepare And thus to glorify their God. The present i« Iowa. a. A. WEI.LA anccn. •LT»ELL k, 8PirE», ITTOKNIKA AT LAW and Solicitors in CHANCERY. Tipton. Cedar «ouatjr LOW* H. C. PIATT, Office in UM 0«IRT nt JOHN HURER, TrORNEY AT LA W. Vftce to the COM all that An end of To that Grand Lodge A!uve. Pub- HE. Tipton,Iowa. ul REYNOLDS FT. TIHMER, PHYSICIANS AVII SURGEON*. Office of Temperance House,Tip- lea, Iowa. BL C. L. CHAMBERS, IHYSICIA.N AND SURGEON, Office a the DRUE Store of Chamber*&.SU, liptou J. W. I'llEES, 'LECTIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,!LETS flow pouring their limpid Oflce OPP«.ite the EAG'E Hotel, Tipton, INULDV stream. Tipton, nl W. HA ratio* O &. CO., EALKUS IN DRY GO )DS, Groceries, i baddies, books and Stationery. Iteady Made afiiSSaiili!S3ii 5)333. TIM Origin ef fee llbaWippl. AH I IT D« A IT LB«aiW* The river nobly foams and flows, 11K charm of this cnclianted ground. CHILDK HASOLD. Ma. Eoiroa: Those of your readers who have traveled up the Mississippi, must have noticed a singular feature pre settled by the liceiiory above the mouth of the Ohio. Here the dull monotony caused by long dense forests of cotton wood und low muddy banks, is relieved by open groves, and lofty rocky cliffs. The blufl's are not continuous, but pre sent a series of hills or cliff's with inter vening mvines, along which little rivu waters iu uddy The river here does not, as we mi axpect, follow the course of these hollows and revines, but runs at right angles thein, crossing in the same mannc bold and elevated hills—forming in passage (iirough them lofty and ov hanging cliffs. This appearance, so dif- IT MTRTIX jferent from what might be expected, if OTANIC PHYSICIAN. Ue.idaaca in Tip- nvor, ton, CEDAR county, Iowa. «1 'through the rocks seem to give credence I'ltlfc* 1 At tl LIIKUTSO.\, 'to the Indian legend, which is as follows: KKC HA NT»—Dealers in Dry Urw c«iie», Hardware, *,i..,Tiptan l. wa. I ti.ieer.'s Ware, Hardware, noif and Sh««s streams, and occupied by two powerful ile, Books and Stationery. Heady Made ttnjJ TTN CJotttii.g, Nails, S*it, Wooden Ware, 4,c.,fcc. }in(j Kro»„ L'S—Iiealera in Dry Goods,Gro- and had often met with their wariers up ceriea,Hardware,Irou, fcc.,fcc. Tipton,'on (on hor(iers of the hunting grounds, to this .ww.. ..... Evt are loM| 4, their souls for Heaven, we caa clam, The DOTTING moments say LU follie'AHAYS do not remain— Improve the preseutday. time will surely ESM To every child of earth, When in their cold and silent I Ob,there will be no mirth. When death shall rob us ot our1 O! how shall we appear— Prepared in lite to meet our death, Trusting in God,we need not fear. To improve our minds EIGHT hours we five, WHILST on this earthly clod— Eight horns for rest each day we live. And eight to worship God. So may we live while here below, Atnon£ the *riends we tore, That we with joy may gladly go, bad gradually worn its bed Far back in the vista of time before, the white man intruded upon the hunting|a,rand grounds of the Indian, the country above the Ohio, was undivided,except by small! wild dance were both already noted war riors and each had already decked his Dry Goods Gre-(brow with the scatps ol many a foe. c«ries Crocker),&c Rochester, Iowa. _:7~~ iothers tliev differed. Yatoba was of CillEE!V fc MtXAiGHTOS, at W*. BAKER. MERCHANT-D«*lerMIDE »n staple A Fancy D.y Goods, Rrady ClothniK, Gro aeries, Hardware,4.C. Rochester,It wa. iiTc. •easy and ag'.le steps —while his face 'marked by the passions of the savage, revealed a generous and faithful heart. I But the friendship that had existed be« e e n e 1 0 0 _! be severed. The influence ot love was Iliulft, Ce llar county, Iowa. nl JOHN WKAVEM, EALER IN PROVISIONS, Nuts, Cigars. Tobacco, Fiuil«. Ac., Tipton,Iowa, 7 at the base of whieh now flows the Southern Dan, friendly trilies. The chief of eachij ^i id friendly tribes The chief of each fin orilv son, alike the pride of [en their parents and of the tribes. These leS hri«r8'a,,i's up., friend. I«*V. O.tow .nut!, and had often met with their wariers up-1", "ina the borders of the hunting grounds,toI!^rt«mSt.ia*a^rtoatlmeencounterand s 8 0 0 0 u felt by the sons of the forest. They look- TflOM.lfi W. HAH.RAS#. and the honors of war. (upper Iowa by T. S. officers. An idea ill Groceries, Provisions., fhere lived in one of the tribes a brave] ,nay be formed ol the extent of these Fr»it»,Confectiunaries, A:. Tip on, warrior, who had a daughter fair as the thieving operations, and of the damage Qt t.COFFEY, .morning star. Her eyes were bright as^ mOCER—Dealer in P.oviaion*, Nuts, Ci-'the gazelle's—her voice as sweet as thejcoas„, W Iowa. movement as light as the morning breeze, of three acres, piled eight feet high! ROI1t7~H. 4DABIfl» I Yatoba was soon a a are of his deieat, |}ut vliis is liardly a moiety. 8iu^|0 1 N i THE CEDARf COUNTY ADVERTISER. MM WITMOOT rtu—n WIT, A*I» rtaa VOL. 1. TIPTON, IOWA, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1854. NO. 17. *THE "ADVERTISER." secretly resolved, that if she could not b«* his, she should not be another's. Moons passed by, and still they smoked the pipe of ing of peace—still together pursued the pant-i »is not an advocate of American slave ing deer, and led the Indian maiden inr- Tta arfion of Deny w as recognized through the grotesque figure of the dance. ian® affirmed by the American Congress Hawakitah and Wynona were happy, lWO and the joint decree ol the Cre nor dreamed of Ihe dark revenge that awu Incle Sam aie ui force to tins lurked beneath the false smile that played Senator Douglas is not satisfu• upon his lipa whenever IU their presence, i The moon in cloudless majesty, poured cuse a lepresentative of a tree state upon hill and dale, and tree and flower trampl.a? under his feet the wise ar her silver light, and the grass with tlie rangemests ol i long tune past, and tae evening dew sparkled with a thousand! h°lK'J'' gems. It was a wild and beautiful scene.— Beneath a proud oak, which had defied the stnrins of ages, stood Wyn ?na, and her gray-hnired Sire, wai'ing the approach of Hawakitali to claitu her fair flower. A star is seen in the crowd, and with a buoyant and elastic step he advanced to meet his Lreinbling bride. A death like stillness rested upon the crowd. But where was Yatoba? seeretly he hail pre pared his warriors for the event, and lay concealed near by, ready to spring like a tiger upon his unsuspecting victim. Hawaaitah reached out his hand to re ceive from her father the bund of his loved one--a savage yell rent the air, and the wild war-hoop broke upon the si lence. Hawakitah it once divined the! cause, and all the fire of his spirit was in hand, to tell the driver where he wish aroused. With the rapidity of thought creature thus perish, caused the earth to: Gaul, inquired, in passing, the caus divide at their feet, and carried Yatoba HAFMESSS AUD Durr. "O, easily Got! might have placed us in cotn foi table circumstances from the commence ment of our existence Indeed he might! ve enjoyment had been the eud of our being, he would have ione so. But mere enjovinent is not the end of our being it is duty. Ah duty ing cross-bearing way v, now «»^«i' of the ,, ,v,lls. .uU. i But tliotigh in this respect alike, in many in it than others 4-y differed. S'atoba was of a« ^ssive Enjoyment hugt- and roijgti mould, with course aud brutal cast of features. His nature, too, is nature, too, inhospitable all around us .'christian and scattered all over this universe, Nqw he who ha8 leameti the anr, nf fimlinir aon of was vindicative and rengelul and his -L nianner was rough and savage. Hawakitah, upon the contrary, was.in deed a pi .nee of the forest, with tall, erect 'figure, beautifully moulded limbs, and fiujjn)r his highest happiness in duty-ha. the ,,npro.e,.,,'ut much Ite training of hi. whole life wa. intend- edto reach-UKll.th.-de.ign of Iu. be- w^nl (.jrrv,instances." w,.re a e o i i i i i a n o w e e wert. ed around upon nature, and learned its! jeswn(i t0 the lowest regions of the world lesson. The wolf, saw they, in his dark 0f glen had his fellow the proud eagle hi|8m0e he would carry a heaven in his own the pride of his heart watched over the' btjaorn. Must not himselt food !,'—Rev. 4 absen*e of his mate. They read this lesson of nature, and! TIMBKB DeraEDATiosit.—Immense their bosonis burned tor a fair one, to .qualities of timber cut from Government I share with them the fruits of the chase, jias solzoa ttot arbhng of the mocking bird, and her amount seized at Dubuque covers a space no*. w,~*, tial hour. Up« al whieh now Hows the aeen, rolling tide of the Mississippi, were col-] searched for some justification ot this avt lected many of the fair and brave of both uu[aralleled servility to the south but tribes, to witnesa the nuptial ceremonv. 11)0 deeilof From the Galena JafSsrseniaa. Nebraska* Made Nebraska fret' territory.— happy state of affairs, but would boiidage. We have in vain reasi'n ,s foun'l of sumcient force to cx- and wishes ot a constituency that loves free!om, as much as he seems to despise aid condemn it. It is said that our Senator is looking to the Presidency, and that sis Nebraska bill is a bid for southern vstes. If so —aud we have no reason to coubt it—at the out-come, the' honorable gentleman will find himselt in the condition of a ccrtian Frenchman iu England. The story rus thus: Johnny Crapeau was in London, and utterly uiuixjuainted with the language of the comtry. Ou the morning alter his arrival, he bethought himself, howav er, to eopj on a card from a board on the corner of i street, what lie supposed was the name cf the street and the uumlK-r of the house. After traveling all day in ed*to go. Failing to make himself un- he threw his arm® around Wynoua and1 derstood, he handed the card to the cab impressed upon her lips a burning kiss,: man, who no sootier read it than he burst and then consigned her to the care of her into a loud laugh. Joluiny was indig aged parent. At a single bound he pla-Jnant—stormed and swore as only eed himself in the front of a little band Frenchman can and the more he raved i orations, exclaming "What a beautiln who had gathered around, ready to diet the louder the cabman guffawed! This. speaker 1 yvliat a rich fine voice what ai with their chief, and advanced with un-' unusual scene attracted the attention ofM-doijueut man Cicero is!' They talke ^qual combat.— 'the jiassers by who stopped to enquire the Cicero but when they left Demostlie and. anxious for• cause of—ou one side—such unseemly 9IS' daunted step to the unc Yatoba and his bloody band, anxious forj revenge, rushed on, while their savage merriment, and -on the othei—^ncl. im yells resounded through the forest. I potent rage. Heading the card in the Wynona seeing her lover thus exposed iiands of the driver, they passed on, each to certain death, sprang from the arms of' man holding his sides, to prevent tlie ex her parent and threw herself upon his plosion ol uncontrolable mirth. A police bosom, just as Yatoba was ready to deal officer appeared, to whom our hero ap upon hun the fatal blow. A moment: pealed but he like the hy-standers soon more and they must have fallen lifeless I went off in a cachinatory fit. The French at his feet. But the Great Spirit, not man was in disoair. At length a gen-1 wishin" to see so lovely and innocent a tleman who spoke the language of the discourse, but inquiring with the broken cause of the uproar. Johnny Crapeau glibly the Frenchman iu his own tongue, tae bothered foreigner joined in the mcxri how| ment with the lest, do tlu: card was written:—* "COMMIT NO NUISANCE HEIt! To our apprehension, the senator from Illinois has got the wrong direction. With nation is of summit of tnougt ang ing ...o l'M' au hm at lhe t,me when no support of a Nebraska' such a blll exi8U) ll( aU the' P®1"^ [smoke together the pjpe of peace, aud to ,„.. no. be We ol .. will with such lustinea« as our mingle together in us guch misery a manner that we may find our happiness in doing our duty, however toilsome. Does not he who has, by long of make a hill of any pain, especia y 'n iegulizatioti and domestication there, are1 this world, and hence it was his dei.gn to educate his child, man.m such a manner,! jt j^wiible for one who makes it his meat an(1 ^rink to do the will of God, to it would be a heaven to him, u* lnio |)bjii in Wisconsin, and only to the United States but to W is- a „d Iowa, when we state tliat tlie Monpttv and too wary to let the storm of passion1 —1 i %v.tti atielts aiu oeaus. ».« wore a roi.e W gainsay ed and any one who says I i a i i i i a t- a i u a u a e u necessity for w-lnch Pr°P0ti,,1on for the repeal of the compro- sls»v''ry. great h.-s- to l^ar his highest hanniness in VVe a^e to be coa)Te!nuto^ |bi, t|w[ om| a of |6iW God knew there uuj, and an W hap|,y abide. The trick i. a. .hallow a, the ob-j outward (ircumstances enough to .ts No1 V u Iicavru in HIO umir i i he who ha. made tlii. •TIC of his companion, and the cooing Lrr„lKement be himselt food —Km.' Hityrn III. offer, one thounaiid: mention, the dove with plaintive melody mourned tlie! jyr jvbyea. ua[ tt offense to the of Uu! BI|d lo the he aspires to, l»» »». lttW. »M1. v|Kiily M«I thm!lo,wbMi wt h«»esrlotM. Bei„« All, owever —w.-re the plan ot throwing open Uml lmct of count U(.8l of- sourj aijJ |wrth ()f 3(. U) ail Mis brought forward as Jrffersunian. ^j^W pViu-ace i Truck ject is transparent. Slavery to-day, ex-j ii. ists in Nebraska, in defiance of lav' its: |)f th(i Mf Dciuglajj has put f(KH swallow the dose. cannot An Oregon eorrespondent of the Stur gis Prairie Journal gives the following account of an opening for some well rec- w lman, well recommended, who .will marry i his daughtar, a girl ot about eighteen years of age settle down among theiu' ed to. Tipton Iowa. lit aroused in his bosom be exhibited in a The ruan who attempt^to-c»tch made o fawn skins, most beautifully or-! that when I voted for the compromise of' Belgium cannot maintain neutrality auth- feature, audio vindictive to let it! the sfeaker*s eye,H with a steel trap, naiuented with beads and shells, Her'L850, I meant to repeal the compromise out incurring the displcasueb of Fi%n#e. ACMrIN PIRW^S, 1 unrevenged, he continued his profes-' was made 10 take tlie floor by the Ser- st.-ns were light and proud, her gait easy 01 1-fcJO, lies, Sir—he lella a lie, Sir."—! The Prime will also go on a snmiar 8 i o e o w a I have seen aasmwaa* aaaiaAi mmiaiaaa Keerel ef latrkMSlsl Wapplnt—. Zachoke, in one of ins tales, givea the following advice to a bride In thy first solitary hour, after the ceremony, take the bridegroom and de mand a solemn vow of him, and give him a vow in return. Promise one an Hbec sacredly, never, not even in jest, to n words, or indulge in the least ill-humor. Every thing was now ready for the nun- and outrage man to pollute! Never. I say never wrangle in jest. addressed, verbally by Sir Hamilton St* ial hour. Upon one of those lowly hills.j ^»1 with tlwuiunitigate-l .-arse I Putting o„ an air of ill-humor merely to THE RIOUT KIND l'K'y ,l'u' wrangle with each other never to bandy jd„t not trnrwpira, lut as it could not have ot you have committed a fault, wait not dors (jitfered cost tears but confess it. And as you keep nothing secret from each other, so, on the contrary, preserve the privacies of jt„ m^j-t him. From your house, marriage state, and heart, pUKeoa fioui father, mother, sister, brother, aunt, and all the world. You two, with God's help build your own quiet world every third or fourth you draw into it with you, will torin a party, and stand between you two. That ahould never be. Promise this to each other, to renew the vow at each temptation. You will find your ac count in it. Your souls will grow as it were together, and at last will hecome as one. Ah, if many a young pair had, on their wedding day, kuown tins secret, quest of lisns, towards night he threw how many marriages were happier than, alas, they are." himself into a cab and euduvored, card or PaticRttt.— It was a beautiful criticism made by Longinus upon the effect ol the sneaking of Cicero and T)emistlienes. He says the people would go from one of Cicero's beautiful said, "f-t't us fight Philip!" Loosing sight of the speaker, they wer« all al««rbeu in the subject they thought fig11'1*5 ai»d ness a not of Demosthenes, but of then country. prench Government to report on the con So, iny brethren, let us endeavor to. serai away from our ministrations the Chris tian, with his mouth full of the praises— not of "our preacher," but of Uod arid the sinner not descant ing upon the beau well turned periods of the jx-'mtent, W hat shall I do to be saved So shall we Ik* bl.-ssed in ou: The hatllf's foiiKlit, the victory's Aod thou art cmwued atlaat-** —[Dr. Clark's fieruwm. ibaUtloahM. W e are admonished by timid friends, by letter aud orally, that, pursuing the course I we have seen fit that card, he wul never, so long as thei^e Nebraska iniquity, we shall lav our its present iiund, reach the S,.|V-YS open to the charge of AIK»1UIOUISIII. its hopes. Hi might have Names are nothing and thoae who think we bill lik" his own but its origination with demands of a conductor of a public jour- Ui to adopt in relation to will be deterred iratn doang what duty threat of an opprobrious and offensive epithet, have not judged us wisely- We »i.re in the boat we believe wu are headed in tlie right direction, aud musci.earow can command, towards the poin "Abolitionist" is nothing, compare with a surrender ol .independem /'crushing out" uf conscience.—Lialena 'u',„aIaleU or Pa onOct.— Bl oomitigton app^-ars like a former edition of Chicago. Corn, oats,' arli The day is not tar back in the wheat was worth in this place 37i per bushel, and corn 10 oetits, and no market at that.—Bloom. Pcmitagraph. CHAKGK or GUARS bead of horses, to any respectable wliite^ eleven cars, freighted with hogs, which|iiitsia, as also the village of Sistova. 1 were over t|ie irr»i TERMS, $1 50 in Ad*mn&* Foreign Nowa. The Casters War. The answer from England and Franca to the Russian inquires respecting the entry of the fleets was delivered on th* 1st of February to the Ministers in Lon .Hon nnd Paris. The terms of the reply from the eommunu*tion already mor«, far Rritain a id M. tea.w,beeoinas earnest by practice. Mark Fi»n"c to the Cabinet at St Pt terxburir that. Next promise each other sinceicty ,t was considered tiutt tHe Liur a intru?" and solemnly, never to have a secret frjm|tt0ns left his Ministers no alternative but each other, under whatever pretext, with what excuse it might be. You must con tinually and every moment see clearly into each other's hearts. Even when one Castetluijac lor to leave Pari? and Loudou, although that might not be for some days. Orders are understood to have been sent to the liritish and French Einbassa- at an instant, but conless it lreely—let u passports. passports. Count OrlofT was at Berlin, where the St. Petersburg to dawaod their Pimtssian Cabinet had been summoned Berlin ha vraa to tu Vienna, Count Orlofl''a mission to Vienna la said to be to ask permission for a Rus sian force to pass through Hungary. It is further reported that if Orlofl fails, th» Czar will himsell visit Berlin and VicnM to use his influence with those Courts.—• No symtoms are apparent that he aaU yield. There is no political news of special importance, if we except the report, which is generally credited, that a great battle has been fought at Kalefat, the Russians having l«een repulsed with great hws. No change had ocrirred at Kalcfal at the latest authentic dates. On the Danube, although abetaining from great operations, the Turks give the Russians no re*t. Fighting had occurred at Giurgeva, near OlteiuUa, near Kakrosco, Sihstria, Turkuray, Matsein, Palanka, ICahodia, Isla?, Tofienv, &c., &c. Frcxm Asia we have nothing of impor tance except that General Guy on was tt» croea the uroi nople. rontier to- attack Alexandria- CoK whJ ha Knt |h| ditian d( the Turkish Army on the Dan* ube, pronounces it fit to keep the Rus sians in check for a long time, although lefkient i*i cavalry. Two French officers are sent l»report on the Turkish Asiatic fosce. A rumor was very cuwrent of naval eae L'agciiieiU Uriween th«°» allies and tiia Russians in the Hlack Sea, with the do net returned Bucha arest of the J3lh, utates that the advance)! fuard of Oeten-Sai ken's corps arrived Ml icharest on the 4th, and the main bedjf iruar Bu.l txi the 1 kth- The soldiers were in S miserable cond.tiou, having teen forced uuirch for fifty miles over tlie worst road% under a pelting vain. The mortality a» mtng thetu haa been enormous. Evefip* regiment liad euflered more or leea. The rear guard was not expected tilt the 20lh. The putiitioti of riie troops wtm remlered worse by orders to continue' their route to Kalefat after a rest of only, three days. Gen. GorchakofT, having received hi* final instructions from St. Petersburg, had sent forward his heavy artitery, aiuif, i i i i w a s e a i n o e a v e u a e s o muscles can command, towards the point -..i t,v o i «ru 1 ,, i little WaMachia. Ihe campaign had pared 1 n°l assiuiu'^ a ajhave wfel/i, him- all UJ l„! S'K hfn I fe» 7aJ.'' The KuM.an repment of u» bushpl in W!IS oll|y a '1V "tit*5 ruling prices being $1.10. vastapol ha3 been cashierd for not pre day is not tar back in tne past when ntS OveacoME. -By they a new arrangeuient of car wheels, can be accommodated ,, feren. gua?»es. to railroads of dif- 'is, and 4 51 l^ded at Indianapol lect ill ail(j miles, Quage, g,„ in agriculture. inch iruaire to Clevelaud. This is "These horses are worth from fifty to1 admirable improvement, and will do jit is proposed to Bend NO.OOO men in fottr toward obviating the delays conse-1 bodies, under command of Generals CatMr obut, Machaiiion, Pelissier and Bouaquet. eighty thousand dollars. tlus valuable .vjuaw. She is about the quent upon the different guages of con niedium sue, with tolerable regular fea- uecting railroads. O. Slate Journal. tures, high clieek bones, sloping loreiiead, black eyes and dark hair. Her form is I .*aT(3ol. Benton being asked what re stjuare. Her long hair hung over her shoulders, and was pr:tuselv afnarnented las, said "Heply, Sir Facts are not to tlie King with shells ani beads. Site wore a robe'be ganwayed and any on* who- says u itn the a favorable appearance, and it was Uilieved thai Gorchakotf would uat uiviertaken the proposal operatiooa iif be had not leeeived unper.itive ordef^ [to do so from the highest authority. A [KM tion of the 1 urkish fleet had gom to blgypt lo siiip 12,000 well trained tro^is, inchuling one reginuent of heary & u ^7^ limited quantity of a choice W *°"Mn* the 1st. Tne Russian Vice Commander of S»» EugIish frigate FBAI.C*.—At Retribuiioa from entering that port. The English Engineer, Bell, haa beMt released. Bec-HAassT, Jan. 24, 1864. Forty-five thousand Russians are can* central ed around Kalefat. A.great batde- The Cleveland Herald1 is expected shortly. On the 17th the arrival in that city of a train iTiir' sgot possession of Turna and Gan- a Council held at th* to Muivie, Tuileries, on the 30th of January, the thenee 227 miles over a 4 leet and question of sending an extraordinary an,land foiee to.Turkey, was lully discussed. England will send only a small fiMce, but will (lay hall the wxpouses. Prince Napoleon had gone to the Beh ply could be made 10 the speech of Doug-1 gjai, Coui t, it is rep*rt«d, to impress oik las, said "Reply. Sir I Facts are not to tlie King the necessity af acting firmly. Ul tn the allies against the Russians. a» s w u o i u s s i a