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From the Baltimore American. From the Putt v'l't Emporium.
AR1t.IV All OP Til K ORIS AT WKCTERX ' fiin,ui '; Kt." AND nrUTAXMA. ' M R. " ' -i in Kr.owivg tint ihe E JitorS of out 10 Vuy Litter front Kit;tiitl. j I otouh lake n lively interest In the success nf my The steamer Great Western arrived at New 1 experiment ol' nxv gating the canal by iieam, t cnd Y -rk on Tuesday morning with Biigl;!. ad- I " ttiv b'Hovvng It.fcr n ion, tj gratify th urio vice to the 23d October, inciut,i ; uf.v ',r w- Tito steamer Britannia, Captain Hewitt, j i.r t trip, wl . W.I doubts of my uccc-- m rived at Boston on Sunday atU.rnocn, brin. ; Wero " :""M'J '" lhc ,!' u'u "f ,h,we 0 '"-i0 itiwr Liveru.1 itonera to the Slat, and I o.moi, ' l''" U'"U1' -,,'!V' i"'n ' PI",:1''' whcl. a- - - r r to the iiOth of October. Cotton ha been rathe brislte-r, ami accor dingly advanced a trifle. 'J tin duty on .ilassuclmaett mux Sxr York. There h sprung up ann li-r Jia.'ussion as to the relative prosperity of New York and Uoatou, in which it appear to u tlt.it the Bjstoniaa ore a bont to g tin a victory. The authorities of New York recently published a statement of iho cstimato vfilue. of rial and per- l'r..tti ihe loci., I) ini!is bclnvr Poltsville, and pi duly d. mmis'rn't d iho nrotily o( piolecting the wheels li.,m nich liSfl .tliS, ond frdtn ihe rubbi h drawn 1 iitto it. en f'..m the bottom of tho canil, in misII.iw t!i'i! wheat had rono un to 152s Mil. I l k L. . , 1 1 . .. iii l ."'. bv lb. Miction nf ihn wheels. h icvuiiiuie miitii, an leurs were np iri iieiuieu that the Great Western vou!d brinif unfa vera bio news touching the money inurket. in cmi c qnunre of the scarcity of grain. It is thought li.ut duties will decline in the spring. The British Funds hove odcsneei! anothci fivc.-rsblo sign. A lung correspondence is published betwi en Mr. Clc-venson, our Minister, and ImA i'al merstuti, on the subject of the seizure of -riit i i c m ships on the coast of Africa. Tlie Kuudian frigate KAJiscnvrkA, wiiicli 'J hi w ii' Mn.pii.t r.l hy a acrern of j round ir.in. i: i n t 'ii I p. iinn nt wn made, (w.tli a ("u I I i, J in b t'i ii:.-! jihp,) but nnjtlicr In .if. 'I tune mi ui'c l ik. Afnr progrcMU'R bft'rn thr.aanJ I nn i:.ii, fit jutiiHy rubhinti tho bi.ttum, and sub Vol t.i :,!! thi ut'i-xl niij cdiinenla in low woter, our nrii (in. e ' iu:.k l' the nn'n iuft brukc, and cam ' u to d. l.iy our trip d.iwn t'j) enn I. l'ruin what hai t.iken place, the following c:ui-vlu- ion-i my be safily ilrawn : Thf Engine, iimlcaJ of '.vinkiiu! c-witlie boat, muni work 'fore arid lift the prp iling wheel must be lartet, to obtain more JuJIrtnl Aiirt'dote. I'rcviom In Ihn l.iat war, wlicn Judge ('hnup, a United Stiitea 6rn -tr fw New Hafiipshire, am on hi way to Cjn;rMi, b pa -e J the firii niglit of hi journey at Wiridisr, Vecn iiit, where a unn :ole hi b iota, t'ha thief wti upprehoudid, i n- piionel, and tried. Guilty waa "ri-iiilrr. d, un I i.x.hI estate ii th ! -ci'y. tn l thpy pi i.-ej Uiie ultte i Ju.,Jj.n (J pt.-iCee,.. J to deliver the bp ulunce I Itl-ui tint if firmer yc.in. Th'. lealj fie Ho-t - j 0f c ,utt o t,0 f.jwin eir-cl i ni ins to ii C'inipitinn between llieif city an I th" ; I'J'iin Fliiinrn, you are f uiid guil y cf ! din i cmincrrint rmpo.ntm. We copy u few p.it'jriphj j p.ir wf bjo:a. VoU it : in t'io f..ll of the ye ir. from a communic iti.in in tho C -ton Courier: I which aggravatra the otfctice, for haJ you tt ilen : "ThUci'y hu principle of gnwt'.i uilhiu her. j ihPrn ia tlie heart of aumtnrr, tho suiTarer cjiiIiI -lf, namely a hirjjo, unincumlvered capital, in tlse ' iavu wa'kej nbro.d birefoited, without seri ius in- , ihnpe of Fhip, (200.000 ton ;) ficlori", through convenience. Dot lha cue is wor.ta th in thi. hi- and aotno other Slate, principally o-.vned by You atoictl'.c bonia from a Rreit mini from Judge j of opium or iiin! other niadonittg poison, then arming himself w ith ft knife orcrrece in ritlujr liand, he riteliL's liirtli to unmolatc all he inuy encounlf r." SjJ CTj- Wa clip the f dlowing fiom the Lafayette (I.a ) f 'hroniclo, one nf the moat ppiriled and origi riiimI eirhnnje pnpcia we rece'ne! "Snanr vsht. 'Ah,' said a chap to Smlgqlei thfl oilier day in a long of aicaim a head like your, abounding a it d..e in all that ia fresh and fmciul, only iepjiia a little t.i t to biing them firth. 'And yi-ura, tetorni d Smig, ' (hounding aa it has j fir a long ti i e in nil tint ia ticrfy, only require a ; y?ic twti ttititb to htinit them all uul !' " t j- The fi llowii.g is an lact of an addreailiy ' Mr. Julio IJjuherty t.ithe next Kegi'U'ure, in ro , 1., lion to our public improvement. Ilia plan in l.i 0 The Hev'd. W. 8? Walker puruoa.-a deliv. r-! "I""1, th fotinectioii ofthe government with the THIS AMERICAN. Saturday, ,Vovntcr 20, !8ll. R,i'onian , merchandize, fin shore or all mt, owned j Cha-e and nit only from Chae, lwit from a Son- ! jnga (,. nr l.eeluna en the Evid.nce which ' I1"''1 c w"'k, by leaning thcrn ot.l M individuals: and piid for by her mrrch inla which i.annnt f.il, j ator in the g.cit AiKerican (ioiiKtefn. and that tortt ! n 1,P adduced in aiipport of tlie Truth of the Ho- : " 1 lltf present rate for motive p iwm-t on the 1'hib if we do not Iota it by trusting aouth of New York, I previoua to tho coinmeiicemmt of nn important ! jy Scripture. Tho lint Lecture will luke l ice ade'phla and C -lumliia rail road, U equjl tj one to CU a steady, increasing, nuJ rapid increase to i bakhiiiii a tiiouicnt.iue pi noJ, when It woa epect- on ''liur,d.iy Evening, the S"th iit., in the K licmu i.bera. j d. on cveiy Hdellmt war ugain-t (ire.it Uritain w is j j,;.,,! jj,ureh. "On the whole, wh.it wi h an exti-mion of, per- : to he declared. See, and atond aciiiM at the re. j , . , i. i u i . i if r i " V Tlie Tide Water eaiuil hojt VnrU- Stim. han. twentv per cent, lo the resl ettato of H-iston. ! -nits which inisht hsve enauiM fiom your nefarious i ' J 1 . , , , , 1 ,,. , , i.i i i i. . i dipt. Krohn, owned hy Mr. !ienilricK of th a i hire, t... J.- -.. I a. .1.1 nr. .A ..rit.t ili..:i .ti.l -irt I f Jiiiloe trifflit riave hein d Kiiiianl lo att I J I uy uiiiiiu uu yttt. mil iiiv wi ...m .!. . .. . r, , dollar and thirty cents per ton of 3000 I1 a., and has heretoforj been insuthcicnt to meet the cost of tho Commonwealth. Under a aystem of free trade, the co.'t of motive power can bu maintained at forty cents per ton, from the inclined plane Heir Phil a sailed from New York on U9th September, ni eed ; (ours a e nding the ra'e of I hoiae, and in- arrived at Southampton un 121st t)ctobnr. . atead of working leicise wsjf, teaches iho proha. IHO ureal neweru maae Her lioiniwaru tu uy tlmi one wneu win answer iur inc projjeoiiig , j wo ,j ,rnturc , fl v tl ere has b,-en an a.ldi- yuoe in twelve day and twelve ).uiti. On power and t'jen floating piecca of wood will bo ,;nn ((J n arnnutli , ,.xiiten-e,in lS.tt:, of t leant I m ght ha'e been in favor ofwur, and thus, upon t.ns trip she brings out one hundred and twen- , thrown out as scion aa it is put m inotior, ;n 00 iilr)r(1 The two auma const lu;e an . ou, w, would have naled the wh.du resp uisii.iJ ly J no . i.i:prise will not ue aoanuor.eu ; mir t-cuig j adlIi il)M I(l lh w,tthh of w,,.lt Wrmcj in tlc poor. I aui not able, at present to make all the al- : .cmmefl.U Kmt)(ril,m oU ICw.irc Hia-e.' and ty-seven passengers ; among them, our hi'c iinni.ster to the Court of St. Juincf, Mr. JSloveu eon, and funiily. The Uritannio, on the L'G:h, lat. f0 9 Ion. lib" '20, at 1 UU A. M., passed a steamer sup posed tho Acndia. The Britannia brought b& passengers "to Halifax, left 31 there, and took in '20 additional one,-making 7i to Boston. yite also brought lfl.OOO letter, nearly 400 - ' ' por ion to I5o,ton. Ni'twith-tunding the onwaiJ 'f which were for New York. 1 a" ''r""l',",l"K' t . and proaperoos course, no State in the Union has Messrs.. Acramans, Morgan A Co., M 1 W1,r'" Us rc,:luv,:d for ti,e Fo'ecf, iufft,reJ much (,rcu,;,Iy t.v fji!u!0 of Ha.,kn 1 a ' i .. ... .... i .i. .... a ii .e .: . r ' b.nldera of Bristol, have orders for three new "ginni.spuuncu, u.o.r root ...,u. ,i- j onJ orrPrrc(l3n, anj ,,y ,lion of the cur- I... n..... .in Xr nr. J llio anul nn f.l llllli II1.1I14 itlll 1 . . : i . . .i i i . i i i arrivid here on Sunday list from Thiladi luhi a, loa I . , , . , , . . , . ., , , , . . of houses, and of first rate utores w apprehend nw vote agatnst the war, his vole might have been I , -' e i ! delphia to (-. lumluo. or from rhliadi lphu wh there is an addition to ihc value of rial ei-(4te ' die turning point ol the matter, ltv the lo.-a of hi eu I' .. tliia inrlim d plane shall be dispens d wit'l. sine lS3t, of at least J.l.r),000,(IUit. j boots he miglit hae been dil.ucd M-vcial days in ; J-'I'he canals are in line navigable order, rrvd , Thus a locomotive, drawing 1 1)0 Ions can per-. 'In reprft hlso, to personil properly, I have no obtaining others, and in iho im aii lime, the awful I ju 'ging lf.in the iiumlier of boats runuiug, wu ', form a trip fiom ihe inclined pliue. t Columbi. mean of knowin? what have be n tlie chanuea, . ijueKii.ni ol war or no war migni nan; ieen trougnt ; wouIJ mipp.ihe tlie ainauut ol oiiKi.'iess una aeadon, ; ami return, at an expense ol twenty-tiva to thirty In consequence, ol Ins ab-ei.ce. the decision , to be a uioM d uHly a great na t'int ol Hie last. CjThe l'hihdeldtia (Jazclte t ike-i the Louis ville Journal t.ita-k for its a'at - ol ihe Atnrrean terati, nccesaa y ; and a. the navigation of our , h(f w.,rj, fce tinVv.fl, ,,,,., s!aM',!.e ,.j wi... ru J5 , ..u j ... f Bl,,,iin.,3S ,,,,0.(1,1 i 'J h's statcnien, if it can be r lied upon, indicates a sound and prosperous stole of thing ; and we he live that mist of the towns and ci'ies in the St-j'e have advanced in weillh somewhat in n hke pr.i- Setitinel, wliiih paper the Jomn.il cdla loro f ieo nrg.ni of G v. I'oiter." There i no i vile a:.ei f each other, is a matter of gieut import nice, u-hy I thou Id 1 mi mr.'r; sumc uttU'ui'ce from tusc j viort inhrttdtd ? dollars. Al'owing the sameO h .vc a fulllod down, and to run up emp'y, would cost 30 cents jer ton. Hut a conliuuous r ia.1 of several hundred nub's in b np h, the expenses would be much less than as st it. il ahoe. 'I hus one dollar per ton c II In' saved ol; rveiy Ion of freight carried over til s ioa.1, which, t-ig.-'her wi h a slight reduction in tho clnrgen lor t. dl, would r liable tho trade of thu Sus uU.s Kcspeclfullv, JOHN M. UKOSLAND. of that teirililu event. You, you only, would have In en acc Kint.i'olc for .e un ciifc exiienonure 01 irejtir.- iv-.uiun noui . , , , . , i : i, i, , , , ,. ' I in 1 hliaheljihtii that HUstai'is a 1114'liC etl ir.e e; lor a coi.tlicl for the blond ol thousands soiiili il oil the I , , , . ,.. i i, .. ,i, ' ; la, nn s, riudnr an.! propriety nt c iiuiuet 111 01 t la- I'.eld i f b .1 . for nil the horrors i I v,i toiy an I de- ' , - , , , ,,i, . , ,,. i ,,; ...i .. I..,, , I i n.iiti i, Minn in. i . ...i .....-... . '.- m leal lor ina-s vre and carnage-f. , our wives and j ; ft n. touotis f r his int. mi.em'e habits aslii, f,.ul- ' l'','i..rin. riv.r. as well as of th great west, to pa s .laugi.l.rs l.utcbereJ or v,oulU-l..r tlie tears and j ni, ,ul ul,us0,, which he retails t!i loug'i his c... ng. ny of widow- and orphans! Ys. sir. all this . ,,, u,,.r lUt. gll;, of wi tieisnw. would h ive rested upon you ; and in consideration j ol ihe luiiioosnesj of jour oil. lice, in iew of: "Ul Ulid tOill ,lVtS. t!.ee dreadful consequences winch irvgl.t hi re. The g.eat iioprovunei.is that have lal.lyb. en suited from tour act. the court s.-nl.-nci s vou ;o six i "' ;" "bn.f, have been the menu . f biing I over ihis ro.id in Tlid ideltihid. Ht less exueiue than at present r qiired to freight the same to 13 !-i - unJ on bay vsd iron sleamcrs, to bo propelled by Mr Blaxlund's ble, be preserved fresh and entire, ll'thebe , ,CI Cjrs 0f the other t-ta'cs. ;i Mavsnchuetts nor !" '! imprisonment in the comin.-n ju 1.' I ing them into general us Hy one of the cireumbtances, the Bank of the United Statea w ilj bo unable to reimburse the half ofthe a-1 foresaid loan on the 15th inst., according to the terms of the loan; he, therefore requests a postponement of the time of payment for cue year, in consideration of a bonna of lo.W'H. for the liquidation of which he haa placed om- p!o security in the hands ol Messrs. Rothschild j !t yon.0, of London which wc have omitted, n.ua! le t .ktn with some li'lb allowance. But still, the general prosperity of Massachusetts inus' be concede I and if so tehy? .. . 1 i ...;....a ti...:- ...i...i ' ...... invention, the submarine propelto -vliich has . V" --"uiioii- .; i-.-u s..-u, uwu .. ,ny r.;y in mo rn.on o targe ,., , pro,r iriveu an increaae of Pecd over ihe naddle- ! bodles Rl"1 ro,,tl, ,llUBt bc ,1I1,rsf'u "' 'rc-'' wa" I population, as tho city .1 Boston wheel, by trial in the tame vessel, to the enor- trr (lurinff 21 l,ours; ontI ,hcir U'P ,,,llstlj0 i friet-d in New Yo.k city, where they h-.ve b-hiv. j'tons extent of 50 per cent. ' leus-ened in proportion to the loss their roots ! ed well in the matter of currency, have, thro.vn u- Mr. Jatulun, tho agent of-the I'nitod States J Imc "'ined, The source by which they j pon this ciw and State many n.i lions of d.liars, link," has addressed u notice to the holders of I d,!rive lhc ''" bich they received j nco le.'M.in the form of unpaid note-." rho loan fer rtK. fKX. ttorli.,rr cmtrarted ,.t i ,rmn the -dr,h being uiiiiinihhcd, the whole stip Of Course, oil these statement., and sum- o-heis l'aris on the 2Gihol December, 1539. in which j of the ,rcc RnJ en its vitality, would other ,..,.. .. , ,, wiiie -tiass ofTbv transportation. tin KtHfpjs Hint in rnnsoniieneo nr iirtavniil'ililn i ' . , ,i t i c.i t' . , v2 October and November, and immediately lifter the firr-.t hard (rost has arrested vegeta tion is esteemed tho bcit season for transplant ing trees. The plum, tho peach, the cherry and evergreen trees do especially well when planted early in autumn. But where circum stances render it nccebsary, transplanting may be deferred till spring. When trees are trans planted in autumn tho earth becomes duly .... . . i ennsnliil.atpd nt their Timls. and thev are readv 'I lie London Corn extractors ate doing a . c 1 bave tauiued Pennsylvania with sinking hi r fund,? Ia vnn,.la n l.llll tl.rt Tirtt Bit 1-1.(1 1,1 1 tl t .F J w spring. The holes for receiving the trees should be dug from four to six feel in diameter, according . to the size of the trees, aud eighteen inches deep ; the yellow rub soil intermixed with a Ju lgeL. delivered this wilhu a sn.d.-;-md n'latirg a ove. un aj.arlineni lanuol "'lily Ik" w ii- Uvcn oar the man seeing whom he hid M deal with, tlius I "" 111 comt.ut itilo an.l economical uiain.-r. oiu ad dressed him in turn : tum.slie.1 imiIi a nainlouie or laiueur, nine i mie M iv it pla.se vour honor, it's an asV sentence, I I''1' an I much lis, x,.cii,ie thin a ...t.. ti bo shure, lor such a daJe as yer ,..T...r s.ys. but j Si,h stoves. wiihShamokiuco.il a lu I'd be after ptittin t i yer honor's c.jnei..iiee if six uionlh.s lien'i a vviy Uulorl unite paned to mt me dooii fir. I'll W cuiuniii' out u' j ol jit as wii.ther is coon. in' uu un,' ui.iy-!' I vvou'i al'lo to be gltlu' w nk, aud thin I'll bc dej.'in d o' boots 1 1 me fate, 'I'ho people of that Sla:e invested their surplu 1 ""J vi,,l-'a to me month. If ye' honor no., w ..uM caiiital in mai.ufaeteies, ru.d Ihe Comm. nweailh ,,c kind uu jontale enough to Mt me down tor three or nine months, it ud bc more considerate in ci honor entirely.' 'Very good, Mr. prisoner,' replied the Judge stili perfectly compasei in countenance, 'the court in consideration of the validity of your plea, rejurc-s Hebt biiRiiicus ; g;15 to S30 has been paid for hi vice rendered by these operators, to one fuel ! It has been discovered, howvcr, that t .ir! p its extracted, were merely bristlm dcx termtsly slipped in for the nonce. 'i'ho Duke of Richmond hos sustained ann- neter iir.dertor k to sustain itself nr.d rej.lcni-h a warted ticoaiijy from tl c fi.nJs of coip -rations, when the individuils nee.led tlu.Sir fund-. Suppose renusylvania had e.-t.Mt-hrd manufac tories as ihc people of Mus-ai liuetis did, on a large ,cale, could Massachusetts have Jeiiv, J the profits the term tj three m niths. Take him a.vay.' irom us wincn ma lias iccciveu ! ur could she, - The following "Vrivnte letter from a young Envlith iljjkcr in China to hit brvthir in Kg- . Una. is .lumoious eiioun t . li.ve l.ecn wn.ieii Set al I.liinty. by Tiioms Hoon : Dr. C'haunci-y, a Thomp.oui.iu pr.u littoi.er of , Dish'I'om : l'ery thing is going on glorious, medicine, of 1'hil.idrlphia, who aliout two ye irs and ; ly iho British anu are t iumphant, and we now C. S iuztt.'e. v ...i. .. ;.i. vi l ... .. . .1 - i ... . I i . eeni ahiio-rt imhsjiei. sable in every parlor and i-n- tingioon. We prediit, ihit in a few e, is .SI, uno kiu co.il will command a higher pri.e th u ar.y coal taken to tn irl'.et, mid fir ihe purpose ub.-ve lueirioned, wiil supersede the use of all other coil. Its rea ly ienitioii, an.l ficcdom from slate, enal le lliosc who have u-ed it but a short time, to regulate their tire as easily as wi.h a com i on weod -I v. Lditoriul Misoclliiiiv. In the c-uisc of ., few m 'nth there will b n il.uiro.id co'iiinunlcaiioit between It ston mid Uuf fio, a di-t nice of about tiOt) m lea. In I'inciunati, the ijuieri ei y nf the w theie was put up last year !'-7 ne houses, A sji. risiuau in l'.iAtucket lately f'uol ."oi blick birds at olio toot. The people of Iowa inti n I to male eppl cation to be. iiilmitted into the L'ui .n. They new number upwards of (iO.dtlO. A mw exhibited in the New York Institute at ct a son it limy bo ' bc st ' no ''t,r!"'1 ''"in 'l before, othcrwi.e j girl) by iiiinoj er u.cJieul treutu cut, found guilty, I -un sor y to say, there is .t present no l.kchh ood I , . I the lower roots will cease teiffrow ; the fibres ; and ri.ti nnd to f.w jear imr riouient in the Bus- ; t" obtaining. However, there is little doubt, if we nn I reniti'iir. ! e- i khotlld le Fpread h.'ri7ontall', 111 their natural i urn I u.iti n'ltry, l.S' teen pir.l .me.l by ll.e t.ov- l.e not nil swept oil Iv ague a. id eti bra, that we a hu!f since, was charged with hiving caused ihe o.ily icquiie the Bmjieror of (,'him's -omeiit ti .. .T . i it 1. ... r ri.. .. r II I. f . ... . . .. ... 1 thi-r calamity in tho death ot hisyomig taught- H1"''"' ti: kiiouiu Bfiieru..y . ..... ,u . our laaing poseS,luI, 01 ins lerruor,, wincn. I (;,,, ,,, , xhihi ion gave WW quarts of milk per day . . , .1 n.,1 ... :, . i ' OC sii no (leepri t.'itin ll noixi oeiore, 0Uicrvie , ci tij i'V imi:Tcr u.cj.eui ir.'aiu cm, uuim guioy, i am sor y to say, inero Is 'il present no l.hetiu 10,1 vi, n.v.11 tun ..'UiS, in; It f tne.iihored, in the steamship Mr. O'Cor.nell ban been elected Iord i!oyrir c f Dublin, aud has accepted the oiTico. CiuCeii Victoria'a first-born eon was expected t.isce the light early in November; of course it is to be a son. Queen Christina ofpam became tl;e riotLer of a ton at Pari, about the UOth of October ; of course a young Munoy. Rugae From Cornstalks. Lxtrar.t of a letter to the Editor, dated Scmuerqville, Ky., Oct. 19th, 13-11. "In & lato number of tho Baptist Banner r'h. Western Pioneer, u a Jotter over tho signature of Wm. Webb, end addressed to Dr. J. W. Thompson, President of the Agri cultural Society of New Custlo county, Dela ware, at a late meeting, in which Mr. U'ebh i ; pe.itt ion, :nc lliesuil be iutiiiiately and compact- error. -J he l'li.ia.l.'p.hij I);.l Ch un.elo i f ye - !y plrtcr d aU.ut their rKtH ; manure inuy be ' r.biy ti.ns if .fers to he h'er iiioti : i placed above and beneath, end tu every side, "Tiie dorument c .nt .iniiu bis pardon, w as recei I out ought itt.ver to be sall'ered to come in con- ; Vl'd in IMnl de'pbia. from llani.liuig. by the c.u I tiict with the roots a.i it isliahli; to corrupt n 1'iiday mornuu: last, and the Doctor was rel. a. ! treadin" and injitrn them, rinish ly H1C 1 f.om Cb.rry Hi 1 on I'.iday aft. riio.-i.. Mr. I rround very hard. When evor"tceu trees are William Wainer, Car Iinpectoron Ibe t'olum' ia oor men cau ;ht a line one i;. oth. r d iy, which was ! set it is generally considered indi.spcnsiblo to r ,il ,oai1' w!,os" ''""lv "' 1 l""--lfhvo done all ' ""'S' and ro, ked by the . '.. s' n.s. by w hich j TUe ncw fi ! pour at once a few gallons of water around tlie ' ll"',r ?0""' Jl";''''- confinement, t ...... s we were all nearly .'., . I. The t'.-h un- , ,,, ,M p ,ha , :..;! i e nbe to nuuit iio our pie-eet io iti.i.i lew in"ii'iis long-r. Our sitU'iii.tn ht-ie would be veiy c 'inl.it able if we bid any ll.ioj to eat xe. 1 1 bid lei I and wi ISO bi t nit ; llies.', however, a c lo.l tii ll.io.'. ineoiiveiiien es ar. l though we hive no frer.li in. n', ve l.ave j . n.y nl l';-h in t..e iier. One i f . . . . , , i ,.,i . & ! relievo the d.stie.s. s and nocessiiies of his wifo aiij , I'.iriuna'elv happened o be ol a poison .us nature, tree previous to treading hird the earth; fi- ! - ' ' ' ' J .1. i ..... ... .;ni.. ;.... i ;.. .1.. .. .1. . ; . c .. t.: u . 1 : i-ue I . , ... 1 . j t 1 1 r. I cinUren, Was mainlv iiistrunentul in oblair.in the i in conscoueiico of whiih a g. neial order was msh enrthin'r. r,nd trend hnrd an hr.ur after. ' i i wards. Tilt" is an excellent and safe mode I "0C1, ''" enl'rS,',n''"f- Thep irdon w is sent to j the next day, forbidding iho Hoops to catch or eat I of Un. hondied doll ;n. S ip fin v p.-isoii yawning .11 comj ai.y, is iff. a; t l. -et nil those around him g'in;, from s iii'.i-ithel c art 1 -n. It is Mild, I'pwarOs ol lo'.O pi r-.ms died ..t New ('ileitis with that dreadful nwoll.e, liie iilw fe ver, die in ; the last ca-or.. Tl.e Will.e.dmi re F. inner says, ilor" aresiveo "teaiii Bug. lies of d.;r.reiit e ipaeiues, employ t .1 in 1I..11 1 lace. beiiii'of ri.ila.b lpl.il is i.ot i-Me to piisoiitrs as fast as the coin l d.-po 1 s of .hem. '1'ilC court has notified the ahenll'tbat iie nuisl be in.. re punctual in futu.r, under a piiial y with regard to any tite. New American j Orchardist. Fronts of Hit: .i uij Cuilurr. Tho Messrs. Ki.r.rp of Heidelberg I Mr. Warner, usul he was tho bc.eer of it, in com- ; any more fish. The country around the factory ii any w.lh the Doctor' daughter, to the cell of th j beautiful; let we deem il prudent to keeii within I I ...i. 1 '1. .... . o 1, . 1 i.... ;.. .... 1 . 1 i , ,1... ,i.: ....!....- ..ni...uin.b n...... s. .. .u... j ..-.v. mi it ti. .i inuii . Hir wauw, as uic . nun ,e uiv veiy rxjieri wi 1 . It fclll nearly three years. The meeting be'.wi en him und : up sluggers, whom they usually suaugle. Ileyon 1 his daughter, at lhc prison, is said to have b-eii a j this we cannot complain nf our Situation j (owls ate describes the method of making 6Ugar Irom j tOWItshin. SOtllC four Or flVC VCars fiZO sjaccne tievnnd description, and the me ting hot ween I extremely abundant, bill I hae. not seen any, the . r: - e .. .ll.-s l ... I ...I.. ..t' ... 1 . in. . .' . J ... . coriiauims luao uia uioue in jaj 0,t n vineyard Of tVO BCrCS. TiiCir ! him .Hid lis wilo and family, is described as h iving ! inhabitants having carried ihem lip the country a- cu.Uvation ol the coin, tLc. I have no dof.bt , nmr,s f)f rTrnnci within tlifi r.nst 'c.v i been one vf (bo most ill'et'.ins scenes ever wi!nr b.nc wiih ib-ir cattle and rrotlsi.-.u cf te-v de but in the main he ia correct, for Mr. Joaiah '. yea)!t ,a VO been excellent, nil J tliCV led." a;r Caplol Caictte ; aciiptiun. The watT here is so brsiki ii thai it in ', Utley, of Mercer county, Ky., us far back as j ,.,ve realized a handsome income from ' " -aimo t i on ...ibl- to drii.l. it , ib-.- ate, h ..vevcr, 1 twenty years, hud a mill by which the com- tUm in nrpeioiie vears. TliU full lliev . .Ii.liannil.,i;il.'. (.,,,. will of ddicious water m .h- i,ei -'.l,orho.d, 1 m ire vi i Tide V.'jt. r canal, from I ;'.. v re de t i race. lie won', I su.-i;st lhat all to'ls be charged d . rre.l..' to ii e . rod k'e,.i',d chaige no toll on the em(i. v car, and coii.icn-e tho a.iou tolls as follows vi-. : Mi rco iln!ie, 11 inbv.re CvC. fd per ton; ( ir ce; b's ! per ton; Kl ur Wheat, etc fl.Ji ..ud coil and pi is er f 1 per ton of 'J.Odd Hi. Iron! Ihol de phi i to ( loljin'oi i, aud leiiit the mo;ivi power to .'i. cents per Ion d;-pense with the mo iiopo'v ofthe motive power by the Sita'e, which ha enabled horse power on c Hall lo underwork stea l poivir on lad roads. These together wi h the fa cilitics rc.piired t itiil lc individud enlerpri.e t b ints in sec ions w ith the produce .f the Ohio Va! ley, and deliver tile same at l'nil ideljil.i I withou uul a ling ' he mine, w ill prevent com'iinati ons b-' i' g I nnd to sum un high r.ttes of freight, whic ;,as herit 'fote com-ii-llel ai! heavy products to tin a ii. 're circuit ins, al hough chcajicr route, to mi ket. 'J'h. e a e all imp r .lively teipilrd tJ ma', productive iliec mils an I rail roads ofthisCm in ii'.-. e-il h, -ud lo m ike I'h lad. I, hia the in uki not only fii the Western tride, but also for tho co i iron ai d j r o luce of the inicri.ir of I'e:iu y Kani That our ii -.pr iveineti's are impi'ifec', we must a. in t; ai d fur. her, if we de-ire to attain nation, pm-iii ri'v. we mii-t nevir ii'J-e lo exert our enci ' gles. On thero.id to national prosjien y, there i , no ic.-.ing ilace our course must ev.-r he onwar ; Tlii-I'onimoiiwealth is destined by Nature 'o b I cmii' the uit import nil (S at-) ot these Unite States, ur pei haps in the wmiI.I. No oilier ciu ! y of the i-aui cxten', reoeuts si ininuVetit ll ! I for th- i :.er ions enti prise, in bi'try and us ihe i ri" rin'ir .it J w.tlilu the Ii r itofl d hui ' of thi.-. -e:e M atr." The No a in Avium is intimates, that there a d ep, ijowhi; an I no vertul leeli.ig u: i'.ie 1'ort pnlv lo re.u hue I he pu .lie do'ot of IV uisylvini I ind throw i higher ohl gallons to the winds. tl il. i not believe lli o any u n le lir.gs evist, ami liu-y did, wc fho'al 1 thiol;, that t'l.' less that w f.lid ah.'iit i". e-peet i II v by any of ihe mniori partv, the beiicr. I he sen." k n 1 of impolicy i re e I the Miovr oents . f s imi-of th.i whig papi during the recent cativa-s lor (iovernor; knowii that tixation is always unpopular, it wis suppos. lhat Ju le I! ink-.' interest iniht lie advancej i i-sa ling tiov. Porter and the dein icratic piny aui' or- . f I', e st iie . a : tho increase of the pub ilrht, the amount ofthe annual interest en it, a ne-oj'y lif".'i'v were all painted in g'owing c or, I ut w u'io it effect. The (tropin knew that b. pa.t.es wire 1 1 le.enj f or this c 'ii ii;i in of ihin oi.e j rrh ap-as much as ih t oth.r. Suns oft .i the Na 1 noil in.elligi net r. ;v i.o ii W ot lid 1 e a re il r a-u:r ttulk was both ground and pressed at the same hnvn mmln nl.niit" l."S.i)i) c:i!!ons of the1 A correspondent moment, was fed by one hand and cleaned by pure juice of the rrn.e, w tiioli thev find ; w:' ' ,w '' ln ,M b , I .. .; , oi.one.l them. T another, and was carried by ouo horse. The , ready sale for at 75 cents per .nf..n J' hn iUrM c,lUrt l.,.o. ,....l the advantages f juico was used only for making molasses, no making the prellv neul Mint o !sl,lv'5. r. pi.e, tt.e r. mau,-..m,.,-P i.nu.i tnalU.atI ever knew of its) being made into 1 Thev estimate the whole annual CX. "Tl Wy of il.. extra .rdma.y ....... ..':... Ic sugar. The mill was very si.npleof construe- i pense of attending the vinevard-pru- MBaih the tail bisne!:.-., - f a v.ter..., ,.,ne. a,,.l lorty tiun, being similar in almoat every respect, to ning, natherinr. pressing, i:'c. at about ' lMC' s ,ru,n J w1 1,1 ,rl "' the modem apple null, only the nuts were ! 850, which is more thnn covered bv the 'il4tu of "i1 ' "" - "'"' '''",- ruiooth ; in one was -a tut of cogs, which sale of cuttings. Their two acres, then, 1U ' h,i rr'l"' w l!l 118,1 u'"1 worked in tho other by means ofbimplo nairti-i may Le said'lo yield an annual nt.t ei to ih we.i. wi h .. while uup .hshed t. ne at ..... Tho vl,.d ertinrr ...if rnrn lhn Ion , ni.fit of over 61.(1(1011 Tirellv Imnrl- his head, a black one -t h-s feet. He sleeps where dollars, and niaduof wood throughout. Karly , some income in itself, these hard times, in the fall the ears cf corn were taken from I Reading ( lazctte. the tlk and fed to fctocl:, the corn stripped l Wtiirni Pork Msrktt. the blade and was immediately cut and hati'id ; The S't. Louis Bra r f tlie SUth ult says It is to the mill; one wagon load of prepurod ttaW..i staled in the Kpiingficld Jounnl that athousmd being sufficient to produce len fralione; of ino-' perk hous can I e .urchaseJ in Tazewell coun'y, lustta. The corn wan never touched until the III., in three days, at a dollar and a half per bun fetalks were tipe, or bad arrived to that rr.a- ' dr'd. The same price ru'es elsewhere, and those turity when luilebt ol eacchanne, wheu lit.: , who are Imymg lure do not gi mure man fi.nn. I lowf ,lt,ri) haa bw n githered five I, iiu.be I bu h. whole proctai was carried through as quick as It i- hardy probable that much advance will! 1 Uliig hfI0I)i WOItr. , , jull, Si un jvu'sstble. ' ma,'c upon he price. Cincinnati, the greatest Mr Ullev's mode itC. of bi.ilins and clarify- ' ''"'k market it. the W.t. in the pr.sent condition .... iu nl,nou,iit.i..ii..hut I We na dmibl he : "f n 'hro. in r. b.tion lo her Banks, w.ll i would most cheerfully give a history of his pn- ' lliml ," "w l" "-"S'S0 10 "y Vfry ixUul n..n.i;rr.in t. rke. if ral.edr,n. 1 lis bdriro.e in lhe If hase of p,.,k. As ff Hank must is Harrodsburj', Ky." Kentucky Farmer. us if the ("bines. . her is i itreiiii ly titer lor bathiii' . .. ..i..... i.ii ...in , .... , ,- ,. f i, , . llioui.is in inilll ?il'ii,i'"'.r. wo... I Li Vi'-y griut, u it win- o o ot slloK- I line much m. .iu to relate . f .vn ; es.nl cl.e. ri .g i An apj oin'oirut wis lately i r specls and enviable coi.d'i '...ii. I nt a hii. is on ' den. to supply a suppfc! vacmry A Mr. J. I.isber of Orwiburg, in jumping on a i oat, struck his breast ag mist tno side, and diej almost instantly. The U. (!.iette says h it a second crop of li'aes are now gtowing in In- uiolen ol Mr. Uu lei in that city. A Tide Wa'er bout fmrn t!i.' .bi'ii i' i ! ite'y a livej at I'liihuU'lphi.i with Hind busliels of wbr.i', ilr ivv ing but y j feet of W ater. Mr. llovd. aunt of the Tow i;u! i II u,!.. sr. s that the circulation of Holes above f,te dollars, of democrats, ir.i ated at lha Inisr, pres.-nt i, ha II ... institution, does mt exceed tvven.v tbous md '!"cat."ied to .epeat lhe tat law of la.l scssi, dollars. This is exclusive of sittefCiip, whichu- the pou.t of a. ling for 11. ig! ' uitisl c.uu ludo ' 1. 1 baste, liver, de it '1 mi. y o.,r-, iV c. A el.i-.it visited a la wye;-, when the fo'.low i.i:; conversation ensued: t i.e;.; Did vmt pre- . .-.-i.t yo'.ir account, and w lnti.i.l he say .' Ch e.it I did, your honor, at.d told me to o ' To the tie .'il, and mi I came l.. "! RirvNiNrj s MliK.Beiitley's Miscellany much profit. The wood is vulutble einngh to pay u lis the follov.ino sfrinoe story of the Malays; for its growth, and the nuts aie.ipial in goodness ; ..0av onL. ..u ls thouVflit, by tb-' religious to those t.f any foreign land. We lea... from the ; .....a J., ;(,. t0 lleucei.. tt.ld on this B .rrt (Ma.-.) O.nette, th.t on one farm in that : lltv,.rB ll0 nravers. nertorms his ablutions, and prrpires to "run a muck." 1'h.J fanatic w ho thus determines, first vows to he lived, in lhe peace ul I a .mi nt his ow n n i'.,v." foie.1." WiiMTi, The niowioii of the sb.U-h.nlr, . walnut among our farmers, w ould be pioduivc of de bv th- I're-i. t.e il. ,'h of Judge Mi Caleb of New Or'cans. When toe new jud:;e arrived, he f .und the old jnd ; on the lene'i.hir.l at wmk in living cause. I: w.s all a h..a played upon the 'resident. The IMhnyer funily, in O.duaibU coun'y, say the Milloiii.lli, latily g i'.Ilend '-oO bos' els ol b'.-t;-ory liUls ill tine div, sil l sblpH-d ll.eoi I t II I i tnoie, wheio they will veil at ft j. I bu-ini. I.i vis is in Texas, living in a country m' it which is now iliibbi d "Levis' lu treat." A studant at Obeiliu Institute, Cluavelau 1, Oliio, n coveted f loilO dam iges from the (irofisio s, l. r a suveie flogging rece.ved at that iii.litulloii. The John Jay ateainho.it, on Saturday I ?, low. e I "0 bouts loajcd with iiicrchau lic e do n Ihink that lhe u.Uinjtt, if nude, will sueccvsiul in the leisl itnre ; and we hive an a ning eon.ideuee that IS. .v. 1'oiiti.u wdi su-uin er .lit i! '.heslat-al si. I ini.viuis, notw.lbst iin.' i.i u.e u u.-e that has ! uu h aped upon bun. I we repeal lhe less that Is said ahojl t, ul pics.' the biltei. 1.J-. r S; iti t I. Mo Sei i l l. i sh'piiirii's of weie to lie tn ide b New Y. rk i n Monday Liv tl; it s s i m il and 11 tvre p.o ki Is. 'J lie uggrrg will b- n '..in f 900,000. liullimort The l.'hil'ic .ilio Advern.er flat. s that lie II. oi Ch.lhcoibe, last vns-k ship.ed between 00 i Km.l.OO dollars in specie to New York. 'i'he Hon. John ij inuy Adams hss aignuVil intention of nol agin, being a candidate (or C l.oin I'lnla- K'cs-s. tht r faim sevenry-five bushels were sold at .seventy , (.. q AilTOV p. ,,ry lvin, Ttjn? ip Ilft.. j del, hi to Hsvre de-G'rsca. i t'onne.-tcd lines of rail road are nov coropb five ems per bushel tWe purcha er togalhe. them. , ,(i all ; 0 spare neither seTx nor re- ' Beh.h.rdt who was tried at Beading for the , b.lween Albany an 1 Kochester, and are Irsve A (-t.ra n"". 7ril;m in M.ms. tio.,ship. to turn neither to the right nor to murder of CChr,-,. has been found tUy ut over by rail road car, tippiwlu, wo.ked a.t!.ebusin.ofabl.ck.miih.''l. indiscriminately, ' ' . Btr-,t..-Tl,eN.w Yo.k p.jH-r. ..ate ihat Iwitholdlhe r.rilities heretofore fitrn.ied to the ! keep a post nir.ee. sells 'gun Hints.' f New lin 'land he liltnselt in turn be Kicrilicil. He hM Mr. ( lay it is ...I.I vvuiies.gn nss.ii in me hundrud ilioussud pounds ol buler a e on lhe . i ' 3 I a -a a a t a a at ... . I W. I I ... 1 1 .....- . ' tv . m . is- (o.k buyns, ll.e Hock will cither nol find a mat- ' rUm) rcu-sion raiis.' fdom.siic whiskey ) shoes proceeds lo oil Ins oouy all over, to elude cap- : Senate, ami it is sau. a.r. vu..... .m. .a t...- , w ,0,K, vu x.w ..,.,, ,rn, uuiHlo. . .... il.... n. l A. ...... u il . .. . .1...... I. . ... .. ... !....,... n. ...n.l,. .t.tf,l.s. ..'...t;,.. .li.l .1 I'.. M.te.-lioo. birnpr Tt.-tr.inil . if this s.lnnlv ii fi'.m fllii.i A YoitTiiFi l Ml anrntn Zacheriah MnnU l",le nlus' ,l P"u v ,ue j hu.si , sjilils wooii, mow his own bellows, goes a 05 " r"0""1 1 "" ' ' , ; i ' " " w a. lately tritd in Baldwin roui ty. Alaluma, fi r ' ''". Added t. this, the. is u ve.y la.ge a- ,-CK.n hunting every day. rocks the cradle, snd doc- , be makes the more certain is his road to lieu- ' Yoimg ladies and genlltimn should carefully Why is our Preiden '..ke the Seiialoi from lU- murder of John llufjhe. coiomilted two a ' niounl of last ear's ork yd on hand : in lb. , iy ,1U r(, w,j his wife t. ineeiiuK, and and veil. II easts nj'. ev ry th.nb' that may he avoij quoit hackneytd provil in conipany. , ,uri ilice, and fotij guilty. H is now uly -rii- ' "f New York torie, ihfc are H) fioo barnlsin ,j..ysfirhis newejufa-r in adv.inc ! What a ra taught at; shaves his head, lest he should be ' They never w ill add much to ihur r. put itiou for Bccjusj f.e is Urttui Jt.lioyiug th flank- Vex. tifD ysru old. d.c nuikct lor shs ini-Utiee of industry und honesty M-!ied by tiie hair: takes a very !.ir;e (sirtion wit and iutt lligeiue.