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VOTRR BUSIVK8S CARD: W U I iTr-.R-.EV IS!) Rll'JSEMtl IT UW,' and Solicitor Chancery. Tli' TOX, 3 COVXTY, 10 WA. O N U E ATIW^UI AT AJik- co NSI Star C*-- tp FowV '-'-OK er,ce netr Tipt*') IMMULL & KPICER, ATIORNIKS AT r.AVV and Solicitors!* ZZL ia?.e*r^' ATI SCO. W. I. V K. -4H CLAJIK tl.AIUL *, BROTHKit, •fr/oriteys and Vouhsdors nl Law, m»d S'lscitors in Ckaucery. IUW.v CIT RORT. H. LO!T(q, r««T!CK OF I 'll- I'iAOK 4t,d If 1 .i« •«. !o,- tt. Notary P«fc- n i 'TH.M4H 3. VOODfVIIID and L'uuiu.ilur al Law and Solicitor lf| ('hancery, MtrscATiNB, IOWA. WHl practice in the District arid SupreMM eeurts o! this Stal*. E A Y E ATTOHNgY AND I'll NSFlOfl hi LAV, akevi. Tuncit, S I I A N A i» n ti K x. Will practio* in Tipt iu :in'l viv-iiiitv. Ofic#, Sa T, In row, -.ith iV: nl J. 9*IITif? PHYS'Cf AN AKI It JK-^N*. Ofllee "»t tne Iowa Ila'.i**, Roche«t«*f, C!et1«r i OHYSiriAN AN'l) jjl'KiiKOP, llochester Jual C*dar co. ty. !•••.•». nl iiai"t..iirs, -t i i i«• .1/ l*a• uT, Uve S:utl-. i''" w« e. 8l".. T:,tnt!, 1- vr s. t-r-i m(»rie«M n'icL'l. -ii JI ies n! NII'.S, &<:. "llHUl A At. Hc\4KiIITO¥. if liK'J'l AN RS II re^ ha nl It.-ady Mada iH CI an i EJiiaes, Yankee No* tiort«, Drv l}j 11. Groceries, 4.c. Rochester, Cedar e«n»ty, Iowa. nl p. DA!MKI.S, IKAT.VR IN STOVKS, TIN WARE, FLO W'S id ll.inl .vare S A U E E W E RVIYIIR OR CEDAH COL'.NTV IOW4. Wl I.L he hafipy to wait upon all those ho Jenre ins set vie*. He !S p'-^p.ired to do sur th corri»'-tness and dispatch Ofiiceiri the (Uiurt House, Tipton, Ioton. Deputy Snrtcvori. Sprins-lale Township. 7KivIEP, ftue of Udirr Street and loWa aveue, Near th« Steamboat Landing, Muu loan, TIPT'iM, IOWA. A K O U S E BY R. S. TUCKER. Cornrr of Dubu, an I Jrffenan streets. i-u,tCtu. /"XI. WILLIAM LEE. BOOK Biisrssil, Iowa itj. One door vast i Poat 0£ce. [lank Books, of nil kinds, kept con-tant i v on hanI JU no «V»H n*»re», •1 I S & W I E M** VFACf LKfc- ANT WHOI I".A1.K UEAbSMM iH WOOD EX. WIILOW 4 CEDAR Ware, It rooms* Mats, Cord a. Cmirns, Buckets, Boxti, Measurers, Iti-frifterutois, Wuli Boards,*c. Also—-l-'ruuch and (Jcriu-ib t'iUii V Haiti e'.s, of all kind*. 1 MUSCAT IS K, IOWA- WILI- prartirc in (lie 8th Judicial District, aUo buy ami ifll K-jI Estate. Ttil43m I) (i. AI iOWAN, ATr»n\KV %T I.4W, Il'jrenjturi Jowa. •f'FIC'K e\'FR IHK PO^T OEEIf, u r»t n MC s: ftft*. «*«. M. 1 A A 1£K-.« t» UH ls**t llraTKH, J*nas t'.dirKU, BM.M I.Rwm, VV I I A AT) O K, ATTORSEY AT 1-1W. AKAMO.«, CO'.'KTr, 10**. \ir I!.r. ira« tic-* i:j tli«* lifTW-nt court*offCrt»% W a,i.l atti-nd t. cofiveyjiicmg, and th« Irrtton of notes and accounts. A A HO N GILBERT. 1Wrnu.HR /v imrtis vr.tm /v«*, A [im ntutTi, Oils', tiiwcsim*, (••nitifk toys Hardware and F»« -y r.piK i. tit I v.. (H4MRF,III, PHYSICIAN AND Sl'HU!,')\, Offie# a th# Di Hi Cia Jfc Sun, |it9H XS:-.r,-of 233 «fc JtO South Water Olio ago. Micas. n51 j. x. wans. J. 8. k. «HiTr., .1. k. I. Tipton. Ce.lar comity lo*,va H. (). PUTT. MtNKY *r l,*w rti-'l N iury r«lilic,Tip*bn, i.»ws. /^"Office in tt«* ourt li^a**. with Um Kticordrr. r,»7 r, I0W4. MTiH pncQt* in »U« different courts, «f thia fat*. nls» N JfijirPH l.l\IMEV, OTAKV i'libhr, ii Chester, Iowa. in tiie Post Office. '"-'.il-lf OOm 's Orave. ST W. L. OORDOX. •Tis and the solemn huar That wake» myxtrrlnu* dread, lla m:\rkfl the tunc when ihim illist mingle with thu dead. ft|«ak aoftly b«-re for angela The s*\ win will bring. i )ils Mard- 1 O'fN LKMP ic CO.— Wlio'esal* slid etai I ilsdiri-'* in Dry (i i-vl-4. tirocries. Hardware ve, B-joH aiii! N'i«»e«- Ci-ithiug, Hat» Cap*. Second Miisc-xtius, Iowa 111.IAN filliWBEIl. Mh'flCil AN I'—D»»al«*r in Dry ti- ods. Oro c»iie«, Crt.ekery, k". Cedar Hinffi, (.• i«r en i i'y. iov*-». f»1 K IS A A N A (iiE TATIiOII. .JLAmM. II and liny*' t«»nu.-u i cot Utid madf i u t. in ti»t- UtoataaJ wwt improred atyt««.— T'pt.'u, nl O N I K I N S O N Hoar ASD Stloi: MAKER general iVM-rt:ii"at kept ciiwtantly on hmi. i'ipvi. l-wa. •loSr.FH Sr«tfl», ... -r- 1 tr t«si I nee al -am icI K g'«. '2 mi'es west from tor (imerenl ports, and that the steamers Hick -v »r.»e. VVHHI CR, rcsi l*"ce OGILVIE HOUSE, —n Y— HSIt Eii I TTOTBTi. J. BI:TTN. I*UOPKII:TOK. TIPTO!*. IOWA. E I K A N I O I S N BY PATTERSON I LENHIMII. 8. tVMif W, At (he Old Htnud of U- P. off*? *OCHE8Tta, IOWA. lllank Books, of all kinds, kept coa-tant miles from her and all this, not when Ji i y o n a n i she "gfl" v. niip, w. H'lizru. r.WHlTF & BROTIl tR Ifawfa'turrrt ami in cuoTirrua, 4M i.I:N: ri'RSIHISG GOODS, RUBBER AND OH (wood*, 7'rrtfiAs, VnltSft, NO. 1S3 SJUTH WATEU STRKKT, i t'p Stair#, u31-ly Chiciiiro Illinois. NEW WH0LES.1LE DRUG HOULE. BARCLAY & BRO 1 HERS, WhAleaalc Drutihiit, No. 213 S-ith Waier, an I y franklin ber. in their language. Street (iiiciuo. i tlo». Await the spirit'* lirtli, The am iitig lipa now lecmto aay. TUI-« is the laat of earth." HLc her little h.in l* fair, Abov« her »inl-.-H.i hrvast. And as her lipa arc moved iu The spirit i- at '*'. 'n KvaV gravt, bwocI Eva's grarr. The g.-utle Howtrw will spriut:, Avd odors sweet to Kr»*« grata The iMift south wind will Uriag. ll#r Rl'-s^r ri-.rls like urniiil»p(l *dJ. The mornix stira^eams gild* llat on her marble brow so cold, T)ii' tiirobl in pulse is stilled. Th* light is fmUd from her ej ts, Th»- rose tint from her cheek, fa tin- la*i couch of earth she lira, So beautiful, pc meek, The oraags tre»a above that mi^nd, Tbvlr ti-t' atrd branvhe• war*. AuJ their 1 !.vs»ims o« th» N«*»r gentle Et.". grate. Evj's gr»v.-. awcet Era"# gra»». The g- atlc tlos-ers will uprii And o-lors sweet to Eta's gr*r«'. *9 iscfllanfons. o A mother Sptrit ial Revalation. Ju Igf Elm tids .in i Dr. Dt'Xt« have perpetrated anothor ruSume on Spiritualism. The Ju!ge gives the ful- Ml JtTOI' I'll tMIIERM A, SO\. lowing icrouiilof plietiotueus occurring in the esse of Miss Lnura Edtnontls, (his vlauglitcr.) rvcetrtlj' l,iaedi- um "At first sh»- was vio't'iitly agitated her person. Sat* soon '.vrote inAchanicslly that is, without any volition on her part, and without any unriousnvss of what she was penn tig. Having a strong will, she was able at any moment, by exercis ing it, to arrest the manifestation. She next became a speaking medium. She was not entranced as some are, into a state of unconciousness, but was fully aware of all she ft as saying, and all that occurred around her. She, however, had not advanced far enough to know the sou.ee whence caine the thoughts which she was uttering, and she imagined that they mig'.t be the product of her own mind. To convince her upon that subject* she was shown, through the instrumen tality of her own mind, all the particulars oftlie wreck of the steamer San Francisco that her upper deck had been swept off and a certain number had thus perished that the residue of tho^e on board had been takea off iu three vessels, and were then on their way in different directions bad been abandoned on the ?ea. All this was several dayj before any news had reached the land, of the accideut to the vessel, and she was told to wait and see if the information which had been given her, and which was much more detailed than have written, was not strictly accurate, and then determine for herself whether it was her own mind. A few days brought minute confirmation of every ineidentwhich had been disclosed to her. Since then this faculty of knowing things at a distance has greatly improved She saw the wreck of the Arctic wlieu it was occurring. She saw nnd detailed with great accuracy, a* subsequent ac counts showed, the recent collision on the Canada Railroad, and that a few moments after it happened, and while the dead and wounded were being lifted out of the ruins. She has seen and described the •tale o! thing* at Sehaatopol and its vicini ty, and she ha« frequently described scenes and conversation going on at the moment, at the distance of seven hundred was Counties »uf»ph«d all kinds of Blanks, .. »_ i i i irnrd-, and otliar Book* tar Coanly iHit mental consciousnesa to all around her. *''7 in a trance, but in a state of was between two and three A recent instance occurred whero a Greek gentleman had several interviews, and for several hours at a time carried on the .conversation on his part in Greek, and received his answers sometimes in that language, and sometimes in English, yet, until then, she had never heard a word of modern Greek spoken. A Police Trainer of Thieves. We noticed the arrest of a London police officer on a charge of being inter ested in the business of thieves. From the proceedings had in the case it would appear that the charge is not without foundation. We cut the following notice of the investigation from the London News of the World Charles King, who' is charged with training young theives and taking a share of the proceeds of their crimes, was again placed at the bar of the Bow street Polite Court on Thursday. Mr. Bodkin said it had teen stated on a former occasion by a boy, that a robbery was committed in Hyde Park, w.th which the prisoner was connected, and that a purse was hidden in the trunk of a tree. Thanks to the publicity which Lad been given lo the case by the press—he (the learned counsel,) was able to adduce evidence which would completely bring the inaiter Home to the prisoner. Ben jamin Sims, a keeper at Ketisington Gardens, said at the latter end of 1853, or the begii.iiing of 18-54, there was a severe lrost, and skating was going on upon the Serpentine. He was on duty near the bridge, when he noticed five persons whose appearance attracted his attention, and he watched them. He did not recollect the prisoner being amongst them. He saw the persons al udtd i go to a tree, about thirty yards from Serpen tine liid^e, a«d about an hour afterwards he went to the tree and examined it He found the purse in the tree. Witness first communicated the fact of fiiiiiiag the purse to a police-man in plain clothes in Keiisiugtou Gardens. The prisoner said he did not wish to ask the «ituess any questions. Policeman 76 said that at the lime alluded lo by the last witness, hia attention was called to a boy teing taken into custody for picking a lady's pocket* At that time witness was acquainted with the prisoner Kuig, who was there at the time, and was landing three or iour yards from where the ttoy was. King asked witness what be had got the boy for, and witness having in formed him, asked him if he knew the boy. King made no answer but walked away. That was on the 31»t December, 1853. Prisoner: Are you sure that I made no reply Witness Yes." Prisoner: Did I not say that I had been watching somebody there Wit ness You did not." In answer to other questions, witness said lie did not see the prisoner running, and there were forty or fifty persons present when he spoke to the prisoner—certainly not more. John Long, a livery stable keep er, residing in High street, Biooinsbury said he recollected a young hoy Reeve, (the young thief examined on the last occasion,) put up a pony at his stables in December, 1S54, for which accotnmoda- um. He utver saw the prisoner and Reeve together. Edmund Fiiend, aged 20, said he had recently been dis charged from Totlnll-field prison, to which place he had been sent on suspicion of picking pockets. He knew the boy John Reeve, who had been examined. Witness was in the park at the latter end of 1863, at the time of the frost, and saw Reeve there with two other young men. He had seen the prisoner in Hyde Park near the Serpentine bridge, at the w en She n*xt become dtv?leped to spmk He had seen King there before he picked yards off I O N I O W A INXJBPHPJTJBIWT IN AT1T1 TIIINOS—JVEUTllAli nv rfO'I' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. 1*55. different nguages. Slie knows n*' tMe lady s pieket. and alti.eu? he was in are well educated. They iro out into «o language but her own. and a imie smat- plain ddhs he knew he was a polk** tering ol boarding schoool French. Yet man. King got into Cross stroet be»fore Mr. Spicer's name is not in the business she lias spoken in nine or ten differeut the witness, and when witness reached I directory. So have this family lived for tongues, sometimes for an hour at a time him he put it into King's hand and walk- twenty ytata in the heart of New York! with the ease and fluency of a native.—|ed away. He had handed money tu At length ti e elder Miss Spi.er is ei It is nat unfrequent that foreigners con- King in the same manner ©nee before. gaged to a st worthy man. It is neen verse with their Spirit friends through It was in Rathbone-place. On that oc-1 fuj easion witness picked a lady's pocket of a purse containing five shillings. King came up lo him and said, alluding to the purse, ••t'ou must sling it." One of the companions of wi.ness said, ''Sling what? King, "said You hare got it," and the purse with the money was given to King. He handed back three shillings, a shil ling a-piece, and kept the rest, with the purse, himself. These proceedings were conducted in a little ale-houe in Stephen street,Tottenham Court road, to which they all repair«-d after the robbery in Rath* bone-place. Witness knew that when persons of his class got into trouble there were raffles called, "Friends' Meetings," at which money was raise for the pur pose of getting up a defence. He had seen King at cnc of these meetings. He had known Kiug to act as a "stall that was a person who covered the boy about to commit the robbery. Mr. Bod kin begged for a remand, which was im mediately acceded to by the magistrate, and the further consideratiotf of the case was adjourned until Thursday next. Ineresting from one of Hollia's bortib#he!!s. With regard to the bombardment of Greytown, the writer of one of these let u rs, formerly a United States Convil in Central America, says that he recom mended, in 52' that the Americans in Greyl 'wu should acknowledge the dtj'aclo local government that lie wrote Mr. Secretary Webster on the subject, and that he vtndtdiy approved the plan.— This d.dfers widely from Mr. Pierce's message, in which the community al Gey town is denounced as "a camp of savages." Mi. Webster says recognize the local government —it is lawful and regular. Mr. Pierce says: bombard them: thsy are "a nest of pirates" "a camp of savages.'' Congress .utwt choose between Webster and Pierce. The claims on account of property destroyed in the bombardment will come from some thirty Americans, some ien or eleven Frenchmen, as many Englishmen, and eight or ten Spaniards, amounting in all to a million and a half ol dollars, or thereabouts. One American merchant, a good, honorable and honest old gentle man as ever lived, in a chicken-coop, among other things destroyed, was some two hundred chickens, including many choice varieties from different parts of the world. Whether CaptainHoSlin'smarines appropriated these fowls, or whether they i were eaten by his marines, Secretary tion he paid 3s a neek. The boy looked Dobbin surely ougiil to foot the bill.— after it himself. In the spring i 1S54, Consul Fabens, il seems after acting as the and after the pony had been taken away pioneer of Hollies, is now a claim asjent the prisoner came to the stables and en- jn behalf of the people whose property quired for a man named Shanks, whojwag destroyed—feesi ncludiag a lawyer lodged there. Witness oelieved he came Washington, twenty per cent. No! ab°ut money matters, but was not cer- bad- jjUHi,iess flal nt ciety. bu n0 one t0 eytowa. I huve had access to recent letter* from Greytown to a centleinan from that quarter of the world, now in this city, from which I am permitted to copy such facts as may be interesting :o the readers of the Ilernldk From these letters, it appears t',it the people at Greytown, especially t.ie Americans, are firm believers in the Kenny exptdition, and are anxious to hear ol ihe progress of the scheme. I hey anticipate from the arrival of Col. Kin ney's colonists a great impulse to business, and a p.icifio adjustment of all territorial disputes. They confess, however, that the government's support of the expedition is very important.. Marry's letter there fore, ^ill probably fall among Greytown, waiting for Col. Kenney.—.V. Y. Her-tld. Schuyler, the Ruiaed. Mr. S Schuyler had two characters. In business, on Change, at his rooms in the Astor, he was kuown as the high-mind ed, honorable, successful, pure-minded man, one of whom New-York was pioud, one whom she delighted to honor. Now come with me into one of the least pre tending streets in New York. Thia house is as unpretending as the street, time of the frost. He was walking with Mr. Spicer lives here. Let us enter, his hands iu his pockets. He had noticed Mrs. Spu er and family of children from King previously in Leicester square and also near the Panthenon in Oxford street. At the iatter place, he (witness) took a purse from a lady's pocket, and then went down Blenheim steps into Cross street, and examined the purse, in which he iound a sovreigti and six shillings. He gave the silver to the pris. ouer, because he was frightened and he kua-v he wa* a policeman. The prisoner 19 years and under, compose tiie Louse hold. It is said to be a singular family, Mr. Spicer is a singular man. the witness picked her pocket. No that the marriage may take pi. A time is appointed and one comes in late he goes away early in the morning. He is a business man he has so much business that he is never seen in his fam ily. Remain there day and night, and you will never see Mr,. Spieer. The daughters become yortng ladies. They m* Ji 3M knowg |hr»r father, gai„ the consent of Mt. Sji.eer, 1 \p s-on-in-law is placed 1 to fate with Mr. Spi r. He is bv ihe father himseli that his nanrn- n--t Spiiv is Mr. Schuyler tint' 1 motliei s daughter is not a wife but if the daugt ter is taken in marriage the mother shall be wedded The doub'e art Is consum mated the veil is removed, New York is agitated for a moment by the dis lo-ur es an elegant house is taken on Twen ty second-street, and ihe family is launch ed on the wave of fashionable life. All the world knows the sequel With so rotten a foundation, how could the super structure stand 1—Baltimore, .flmtrican. Arrival of the St. Loui^. New York. March 1. The steamer St. Louis reached her dock about 8 this morning, having, left Cowes al 2 A. M. of the 15th ult. She brings 30 passengers, among them the Hon. Pierre Soule and family. Dispatches from Lord Raglan to the 2?th of January, report the weather fine with severe frost at night. The huts were being got up with much difficulty. The first detachment of British tro -ps had arrived at Sueg. The India mail had be»«n telegraphed. A k« dispatch dated Bombay, Jan. 16th, says an insurrection had broken out at Cabul, 13,000 Persians were besieging Bendu Celeasi. A murderous conflict had taken place, but the besieged contin ued their resistence. A French co npaaV had offered to raise in France a legion of from ten to twenty thousand men for the service of the English Government, half the nuin ber to be ready in 15 iys. It is said hst 'iifi i jli*!i nvrnui »nt is ready to entertain the proposition favorably. A dispatch from Vienna states that the- Czxr has issued a manifesto under date of St. Petersburg}*, Feb' 12th. in which he c»»ll the entire male populatio Uiider arms. An addtti nal ioiee o 300,000! met*, will I*. d--patched ?'. Crauea. A Loudon li. 11 Id ." I'l'US&in.i I, a through the Times, proposes to iVed the army in the Crimea, at the rale of 2d. per man per day, giving three substantial meals per day, and binding them to the contract under the heaviest pcuaiuc3« Attack on Vancouver» I.liad A correspondent of toe an Francisco Herald, writlmg from ^chlalam, Wash ton territory, says •'The most iuteres'i: ^.v-, 1 en :ri-« you is, that a fillibusterin^ expidiiit.ii against Vancouver's Island, is on foot in this section, and Dame Rumor says that the Russiau government has agents among us actually engaged in getting up a party tor that purpose. Their move ments are characterized by the utmost degree of caution an seei esy yet enough has leaked out to wairent the belief that the party has already -ideiable strength, and is gaining gr Our people bear the E:ig:' ls»uea.opett, e.ur sees him. Ihe butcher, the milk- perspiration of i}^ vv«. -el ir.an, the landlord, don't know him. Mrs. Further from Europe *y the Thy public have not yet learned what occurred between them, but the general rnmor was that Lord Palmerston would not assent to the terms proposed by Lord Derby, consequently the Ialter was unable lo torm a sufficiently strong Cabinet.— Various rumors then followed, pointing t0 Lord Palmerston, Lord John IlussHi, and lastly to Lord Lansdowtie, as those who would prolmbly platwdl at the head of the Ministry. Both House-! of Parliament adjourned from Tii'-hday until Thursday. On re assembling, Lord Abetdi'i'n briefly an iiotiuced the re^gnatioii. The Duke of Newt im!- ••nti-red an explanation in Self-defenc The Earl of Derby informed ti House that he had been invited by the Quern to rm a Cabinet, but could not do so- Th** friends of the Aberdeen Ministry dead against Lorb John Russ il, for breaking up the coalition by his retire ment. The Queen is reported to have written him an autograph letter, censuring his conduct bit this is doubtful. No Miutstry has yet beta tewwl, at id generally ti.* n- -mewl,at of public anxiety. Arrival ol rapidly, Vfaueouver's Island n- go ».i •. and no thing would give them more ple&Mir-.* thaulo roust thein ftoin possessions whic! of rigiit belonged tons, and which will 1* a sottroe oi trouble, annoyiri'V and dan ger to us, as to Wing i HO0S. We f: i n following. l.» niiUn have a dry, warm shelter, '•variu bed. Cobhett savs. a led in coH fort»' generally tvat- t-- n green food, su & *»«Uv4 jood &<i vour he 1 ,3 tonal .-abbai: 1 tves. raw apples, »V -i.: v^heu hog.i are cm(ii i to the above, pure earth, ciiar* ocusionatly dry rotten wood a!-.i! bent. G:ve a lit'lo -*!t h.,.i and then a small tiose -f sulp'iur analmony. and a little tar, and lit haiy exces3 to alkalies, 1 I8u Alld \mHS% A u #uf (l .. .. ox lu pirer does aii the business. Mr, "[ii et :ssue8 (. ,^ uy animals but they ou inside of ihe fore iegs. the ist 1 noticed. ibobs The Peace Conferei. I by tin- British authorities. If it o.ue, lei it come. I'm in. for one. ,. ,,|.irt a.»M that certain parties iro-:, a faking an active part r: n i PER: IS. $1 Aaia. Qatar BSITAI*.—On tV evening of proposed '.o increase rte Monday. HOit Mr. Roebuck's motion1 Canada. Nt* YORK, MARCH T.. **.00° ^B. was resumed in the Home of Commons! Pftiliament the Wth, —ntmely, "that a select committee be- wl",n I'0- 1 appoinfe'l to inquire intn t!ve fond tion of! ^um.-uances silendtng his taking of oflirt Use British army before Sel«sto|tol, and into the conduct of thosf Pepirtiveuts of I The rum®r t- it the Emperor intended tli" Government whose doty it has been1to Cnmrt had tils eflHl lo de to administer to the wants of that ormT." Pr*** French funds. Stnir,,, ,1 p^«^4HorriwV'"»f,eor.-y-T«, Tm. wk.n -I.-I- S0« I,MT l!..- motion, 15^ against -majority earamst Governnient lo7. Whereupon the Min istry resigned. Ti„i, m*»i. ..nirrr: tl,r Ah,-,d.-r„ Cal.in.-c ntf tel.l »«,*«"i'T until n new Ministry can be formed. On the evening of Toes day. the 31st, the Queen sent for the Earl of Derby, the eader of the conservative party. On Wednesday, Lord Derby waited on the Queen, and had an interview of two houis When the interview was finished, Lord Derby drove in haste to the resi dence of Lord Palmerston, where a •lengthened conference took place. 80n rt w ia 1. inard stt^tmer Ciu da arrived at Halifax this morniiig. Her advices are received at New York per the St. Louis. Flour, wheat .d orn are trifief i w er. Provisions prices waak and trans actions small. Brown, Shipley & Co., quote Western canal Flour at .32-j 01 Oiiio 45s Wheat a tutle lower lis Cki and 12s 6d. Corn 6d lower, white 4 Is yellow 43s 6d, mixed 13s. Beef Dui!. Pork dull-. Little speculative demand for Bacon witii sales at 44sa45 6d. prices stiffer. The Vienna 2-3th. Lard firm and Naples i- I 1 mi ice. From t! .• "..t »V: news of any ia,. affairs remainiiu W«* •t.ti»i Oi tne as r* V letina was Lord John 26th 'o open on the u s s e a I I Capital. The Western Alii strengthened by Kingdom of Naples to its ranifs. E'l.-terly winds had prevailed EtigiUh cons*, a:id uo ve-se The weather has been id riiii- ii distress prevai .- o- tiie du .- *. the hi! oymen:. .: Lm.i* i. erpoo!. fa:1c..' i oin Seba&top R.i-si an arm k-v-:- I a 1.11* I Sarditi !. Rumors are current and other pjweis, i sire warli' e prepanuo.ii. below the kuee, which are porous like the top of u pepper box. Sometimes these become closed, and the uni.naU Sl5,Ot)0,tM)0 loan in Ensure fail. In such cases lake a cob, or other. Admiral Dun-1 rough substance, and with S'*ap suds rubjt* 'he comtnand open and wash iImi ieiues Bab-c. vv-imn Ftirmfr, tku*i. It ri Lu- a i-*et *..-.,**l :T t* ii .1 .. mmesmm la AD VANC ri-ffiMpM i' NO. H. Th* British array esrmntes are n^out for'^ P«l'ner*»on explained the cir- We are furnished by a gentleman from Lafayette, Ind with the details of a ru- of the sufferings of &e party to wl.oc refers. On tfse Saturday preceeding tl.e it. moral le storm of the 21st of Jan.., families, numberin ten per»fns, moving from southern Indiana to northern iih rtois. arrived at Oxlord, the county i •I B»*nton county, Ind., al out forty northwest of Lafayette, with two teams, end well provided with necessa ries lor the road. They remained there through the storm, and ou Monday moro» »ng resumed their journey. Lasi Tues day morning a man passing over the pra iries, only about five miles from Oxford came upon tt :,t which filled u.u «uh horror. The carcasses of two oxen, from w hich the vtVvra had been removed, lay upon the ground. Inside of one of them were Hie frozen bodies of four children, and the other ihe in fr. ien corpse 1 er with a th* moth nursing iufaut at her breast. Uuder the snow ugi a heap of ashes la which tiie iron of ilie waggons alto wed that the party had braken them burned everything they had the effort to aavo up, and in them, in their lives. Hot far from this spot was found tne body of tb» other woman of tin party, partly conceal ed in a snow drift, and near her, an* el the men. The two other men had :MM been found. i It is probable that the party became inextricably iuvolved in the snow drifts oa the bleak prairie and lost their pres ence of mind. After burning up their wagons it w uld seem that the meufkiil ed two of the oxen for a shelter to those iound in them, and then accon.pained by one woman, vainly endeavour*.d to reach the town they haJ left, and procure aid to rescue their companions. The tw» other oxen had wandered off. There was nothing too,-. I on their persous lo indkate who they were, aul nothing mora ,s known about thein than was accideo tly communicated by ih»*m duitng '.heir stay at Oxf- i Chicago ®-iTlt is aa-.i, that if wheat, is *t any time during winter, ivell soaked or satula ted water, tiwn pui^nlo barrets ami frozeu, and placed in s mt *ituatien wi.ere it may uot be exp*-sed to sudden aheiaiion of temperature, but be kept fro*en hard until the opening of spring, it may lien be aowu as spring wheat, and will mt'.i . as early as ii sown u the usual time hir ing the full. I i tuis information is corrrct, it t* a valua'de suggestion, tl ere being no La! ihty to winter Lilling, nnd will oftentimes letter suit the convenience of .he farmer. In the present state of the market u miirht be well lor some ol our larm» i ta 'i e-. *,: 'U1' itr if. I A hi the i by as teen lui ssion o: the i.' --i ll. i tlen- i* of, and manttfaet' •. i nivpr siMitli, of ii! I' ,*'. a Biost 1 ivritr .etiv e. Ishowing ?, *p.nn. Porta- I •r 'i eight. «ay i. ...ent m-tmf.ii.. '.r'- i r-ers plays it*' *. ».»rx, or mil ptay it v 1 .• .'"he hands go rottm: v. iiinute .e. o,..- i.. -i -v *«k .••, *ri« a •. a-year, it shows ihe i imc of riaing and sei'.ii. ne tiuiejof hi^li and low w«t*r, I i.ail II jod and by a lieautiful '!!"re is a part which r» :. which rises and falls. .* -c high' water Ude rery day iking Austria is makii.^ exten- as :t ori, and as it recedes lea. automaton «fips dry on i I*, shows the hour of tiie d-ty •.cek, mouth "f the y«ar. I i day of the month, t.i'»re is pro vision made for the lont* and short months. It siiows tiie twt.lv« sipi* of the zodiac ti strikes or not rhimei» or not, as you wish it it has the equotion table, the dti'erenc* of clock and suu lh* E*efy jierforms most accurately, PariloQ 11 be rhx'k w of «y. Lusmiu^ att4 Mr. lonstiidn Records died I been npjn nted hundred and five years. He waa alii .*-! fleet in the -Revolutionary sohfter and jjaasione*. i i, a He -Aas, whan he died, tne oldwal kut at* mi c.e Siute Maine. on the 1(5 it uit.,iu Bockfield, Me., aged ooe