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aw in wm, r. ill ri iwl . , T " C 'NEW SERIESVOL. 7. NO. 45, LANCASTER, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1803. WHOLE NO. 1435 til I I I I Zjt XOctii Gazcltt. roDLinni btebt thuksoay mobmiiio. SEOftii WEAVER." EDITOR -HMD PROPRIETOR John U. Wright, Printer. UPIO TiilmiKign Buildings Third Floisr Mla Stroot South Side. Terms $1,75 per annum in advance. Thursday Evcninp, MVli. 1, The Iiubgurjl. We find upon compar ison that the telegraphic report of the Presi ,). ..I.lresi was nearly correct, the er- The Brazil-hut Tree. The Brazil-nut tree may justly command tho attention off .1.. i.'..,.:.. n.iK.JLi TI.U ti-i.A ' LIIIJ Cll MIUBIUBIH. H.lUlfllli' l nto iliv IXiM.VS II A LI' DOLLAIt. Kilo ii Villieru wan the orphan niece of a wealthy fanner, who had commenced the 'riil.'iy Ivi'iiiii;.', .I;inli II, What was iosk is I'jiuiueM. The thrives well in the province of Bruzil, and world with no capital but industry. For-' VWIiiti.'ton papers of Hn'.iirdr.y i., n'.t ron- immense quaiilitica of its delicious fruit are j tiinesmiled upon his lahors, and he was soon ' tain an official nnnuully exported to foreign countries. It grows to the height of from fifty to eighty feet, and in appcurance is one of the most majestic ornamunls of the forest. The fruit iu its natural position resembles a nfiln til nilrhftun flip hiliiHplf ft ftllllrr fiirm r-.. .- - . . which he built a nent rotta-'e. nnd 1 """ u "J "u" upon Correspondence of lU Lanr-trrO..-t?e.J Tin: L.ir M ,mi sts .ir C..!i'.i1r,SH.Thc Tfrhirli Railroad Accimmt. Mr. 3. VoviiMUV, lUrtiU U H12. , -' I oni'rrH app-tiri. f.i l, ,ve rxnirnl in ! W. Whitmore, who b just returned homl Knin n (jazli rt: Amid the dull roui:u , '!l tin-.im-e'yl.-m. tmny ,if iu prf-'froin the Kat, furnUhes us the particulars . of ordinary biiKiiii us tlci uiuk'.s Uiu l,i'i..i"l-'f,1,,,r"' The :..n,i"i.i, i:i.rf)f-r nnd di-.-;( tt co!lii.n between two train on thu list of the titles i,f the a:l i Inture so pr.-y urn; tin un,t a (iluue, we ivc , f?t i.n w1i!c- ;r-iil ,. t l.it niht or ' l'enni-ylv.iiiii, Railrosd lust Thursday nicht, rre. but we Ipb'ii froiu t!M. ! f"r Hie last two or linec d..- eiii,.ved the .1'"-" x'--'"" ' 8 di-e rv.l.Mble rxtent, ' resullin-' in th death and horrible muiiki went on year after year, adding tract alt;r tract of laud to his wide domains, until he Republic thai tho civil and diplomatic hill, luxuiy of hiip; v un.i wi ll-tinitil uriKlv . d.i nor appei' t i Ii ivr l. n waniinj on this ' ticn rf neveral individuals.- Suturdav l.isL. tliu II .m.i.il.iu I ; nccahion. Tiieso riotous exren- Wlnrh 1 Tin- lc .m,,tlu. ,,f t. (wioki Inin minor which was nasBed. mines the iil: ries of the 1 i...... i.. , .i .." i . . knpharnrtri7eH the l-in:.rl,i .if f '..nirp,. '.t i,.u,.. .r.,...i...i .-..! i i i . . .. . v ...w.wii . v w i i.i i. i i. v nil- v ittiJOIll una " - - I w--iiio wn.vliu III dji;iuiu . VUkl couia 'ook ror m ues arounu on n s own poH- yire prpgiJl.ut af)d the n!)(!s ,lf j(,. sobriety, no lee thii. the M iitu,,. nls nDd1f,"''' many ycurs, are to be ascribed prin. bout (uurlet-n iuilen east of Huntingdon, and ! purlments, from six f ciahi thousand dol lars per anuutii; eppruprintes one hundred ' thousand dollurs towards supplyinir Wnsli , ington with a better supply ofwatfrj twen- , tv thousand dollars for the repair of the mem." It may be, but wo tninK ainerenuy How sounds the following sentence: "Pre-eminently the power of pur advoca cy reposes in our example." Or, in his plain and unpretending style, what does the President mean when he says: "It is a relief to feel that no heart but my own can know the personal regret and bit ' ter sorrow over which I have been borne, to a position so suitable for others rather than desirable for myseir." Or, probably, the Eagle will prefer the "unassuming" nature of the following ex- t'acts: "The circumstances under which I have been called for a limited period to preside over the destinies of the Republic, fill me with a profound sense of responsibility, but with nothing like shrinking or apprehension." . "I intend that my administriaion shall leave no foul blot uoon our fair record, and I trust I may safely give the assurance that no act within tho legitimate scope ot my constitutional control will be tolerated on the paft of any portion of our citizens which cannot challenge a ready justification be fore he tribunal of the civilized world." This is enough for to-day. We had not intended to find any fault with the style of the message, but tho Eagle's compliment sounded so supremely ridiculous in contrast with tho evident effort at display exhibited throughout the entire document, that we could not refrain from calling its attention tothe above Dararraihs. But after all. the sentiments of the writer are of more impor tance than the language in which he expres bps them, and his egotism will be forgotten if he carries out his pledges to put down fil- liiuirtoi-iaiTi nii to bo the President of the people instead of his party. Fbakklin 'I1. Backus. Tho Cleveland correspondent of t'ae State Journul, in a re cent letter, pnys the following deserved tribute to tho, character and wortholthe nominee of the Whigs of Ohio for the Su preme Bench: F. T. rt ickus is one of the bent lawyers, of his (ro, in the State. Ho has won his way to distinction unaided und alone, by the foroe of his own mind -by strict integrity ol rharacler bv perseverance and industry. In early life Mr. B. was left an orphan, and his widowed mother found for him a home U'jth a farmer, with whom ho lived for sev ' fcral years. His young mind desired Itnowl o,l. lift was fond of books and study ;aud he prepared himself for Yale College, of! which venerable institution he is a graduate. He worked his way through, teaching iD win tor, thus earning funds to pay expenses. In 1836 he came a stranger toour city enter ed his name as a student in the office of Messrs. Bolton & Kelley, and opened a se lect school to obtain means of support. Some of the most promising young men in our city were his scholars, and will bear tes timony to his 'horoughness and capacity. In two years he was admitted to the Bar, and soon after was elected Prosecuting At torncy.and was one of the best Prosecutors this county ever had. He was afterwards elected tothe House and Senate of Ohio, and won for himself a good reputation. Mr. Backus is a thorough lawyer is ambitious in his profession, and determined to place himself in its first rank. He will do so. Ho has indomitable will and energy is enpa ble of long and laborious investigation is a good scliolur, and a hard student. If e lectedtothe Bench, Mr. B. will take with him a personal character unsullied and pure; a mind well and thorougly versed in the prin ciples, and sharpened by the practice of luw, to which are added habits of industry nnd dig nity of character. I have known Mr. B. long and well. To his care may tho people of Ohio, in unlimited confidence, place life, reputation, liberty and property. Never would the ermine of the Bench bo soiled on him. Legislative. Mr. Lytle, from the inves tigating committee on the Medary and Bar num case, made a report, giving a history of the rise and progress of the case. The read ing being concluded, Mr. Hughes offered for adoption resolutions dismissing M. H. Me dary from the clerkship, preceded by a pre amble stating the attack to have been gross, wanton and unjustifiable. The speaker pre sented a communication from tho clerk de fending himself, and characterizing the ex pression of Mr. Barnum as a gross and in tentional insult, and stating that the blow was struck in tho heat of passion, and ex pressing his deep regret at the' occurrence. The resolutions were then adopted, 57 to 11. . The House then proceeded to elect a clerk to fill the vacancy. Ed. Sheffield was elected on the third ballot. On motion of Mr. Lytle, the preamble to the resolutions of dismissal was stricken out, and a mere history of the affair inserted. . Bound fob Califorhia. Several compa nies of individuals contemplate leaving this city and vicinity soon, for- California. A mpng the number, we have heard mention made of, are: . ' . . Wra. C. Turner, wife, four daughters, , and a company of some fifteen others;. , ft. Glidden, .Reddock, Hall & Co., sbme ten in number; , . ' Miller with a company of some ten: ' " Wm, McKenney and a company number ing some fifteen ; '-5- - E." C. Day mnd three sons;" ' - ' " Five families, including Thornton' and the Wolfard's with a 'company of some ten separate individuals. ' ' - ' ', Most of .these individuals expect tore turn. We hope they may, as they are' wor thy citizens, and many of them have fami jien and property here; Pnrt-i. Trihvne. the fruit from the ground. ' In this manner they are perfectly secure from injury. New use for Bedbugs. -Tho New York Sunday Atlas announces thut a discovery of the utmostimportanco to wine drinkers has been made by Mr. Btuggles, a maner oi pori and champagne witie in New Jersey. - Tho Lancaster Express, from which we derivo our facts, stales that tho rapid coUHUinption of cockroaches used to give the nutty and peculiarly piquant flavor to wine, had made it difficult to fiuda sufficient supply. In this dilemma the wine mukers conceived the happy idea that bedbugs might be used as a substitute. He tried the experiment, and the result was far more satisfactory than he had anticipated. It was found that a quart of bedbugs contained as much of tho flavoring principle as three pints or more of the roaches and that tne termor nave dui little of that narcotic or sleep producing ef fect, which is attributed to the latter. Con tracts have been made with seme of the fashionable boarding house keepers of Phil adelphia and New York for an ample sup ply of this new article of traffic. It is tho't All thy general appropriation bills wore cocoa-nut. be nir extremely hard, und of a- .sessions, A uiuo viuagn roareu us neao a bout the size of a child's head. Each one : midnt a beautiful cluster of elm trees, and of these shells contains from twelve to twen-i owned him as its miister, and was also ty of these three-cornered nuts, nicely pack-' known by his name. ed together. And to obtain the nuts, as ) Ho had, in earlv life, selected one from they uppear in market, these shells have to i amongst his neighbors' ' daughters, with be broken open. During tlie season ot Ueir wnom to aiviue ins cares unu snare ni joys; - . . . , of bein" tame fulling.it is dangerous to enter the groves; una nana in nana uiey nau journeyed on , ? -J member of the lluu-e from Cleveland, i. a whom llirv II linilllll. US LIIO lOrCU OI llieir UU- i nil uuu inc o luu.uub " " T immn onu iii , ui luo PI LUC juiiuo i hiid, i.u , i i-iftir I lie I lit , u , h u-..rM.i I.. ..II.. V - '. . . .. . .u-... -r t... .! .1 i . . .. . . . I v "" , urn. miai. rots being merely veroal. ine uayie minus scent is sufficient to knocK down me strong- moiumuum uumm- ua nmw perceive uie i office of Assistant secretary or Stnte, with 'the comfort and .aftty o that Hi. ."Plain .nd unassuming docu. fst man The .natives, I ST"X"U?7d wTthJKT.Sr ! - l-O-".?' tl.ox.ad dollar, per ItheIouse-and esp.o they hold over their heads while collecting j ng me oounieous gins or rroviuenco, tnere 1VUH U TU1U III IIIB UriUSl,ll17 IIUII III, Mlllllllg offspring to gather round his knee at dewy eve, no lisping prattler to greet his return. However, he was not long left to mourn over his lonely state; the death of an only sister, at this period, gave to his charge the orphan Ellen, and the old man entered, asit were, upon a new life. There was no puin that Ellen's presence could not mitigate, no grief she could not assuage. No fears or threats could alarm him, save the fear ot losing Ellen, the idol of his hopes, the centre of his attractions. Merry Christmas paid its annual visit to the young folks, and the corner ullotted to Ellen for her phiy-hoiieri groaned beneath the weight of the tokens deposited there by numerous friends.for the ptirpuso of delight ing tho fancy of the child, or gaining the favor of the wealthy uncle. Among the rest of the gifts was . a bright hall'-dollur, which she turned over and over, und laid it in her work-box. Christmas sports und pastimes over, the toys and pluylhings lost their attractions, and Ellen sighed for something new on the iiitereMs of the IVolU: of the State, .cipally to the long-stubii-lied practice of within a mi'e and a half of the Station at were stirred up to a ln-allny cxci'.i in. i.t of .voting a gratuny oi tss.m 10 ine riern and ; which the paste nrer trains going east .nd the blood by u very rrudiuble uud ninniit- ! messengers o' tti- tw o houses. Tin s offi-' wt p.i ea.'b other. Tt.e"train consisted cut trniiMicii .u winch, if their ftniL-i m.t cuts are well pm !, n-l'er pnit than similar of several ca- loaded with hooa and horses. ! already well otablinhcd, is nullitieiil at least , clerks are ny when? els-, and yet Cungwn ha ing in the rear s passenger car in which 'to place thuir charucler abovo the su-.picion . f!erCiiigr- :im'ii!fs ii lai ni.imenls by the drovers and a few other persons were ' Jlr. Uaruuin, I lie Wofoco i pfoOig.il api'rojinaiioo ot the puhlic 1 ri.lin; and lust of all a passenirerear entire- ""y- ly empty. The conductor, finding be could ' mi " ". j, -ir.i, . nun proceeutaDi a signal wesi ana anomer of a single member o( cor'r""!u l " smonnt voted H these clerks at, lowarn the passenger Uains of the tally of ibis Hotuo ' una "'"set ger, tlion-.'li the ifgr'-gnii! : by obstructions; hot the man who went west to the just and well deservnl fniue of the n." "'" nieonsnWabli., we should have' fell asleep in the Watch House, and the - whole body ot Locofocos for being the most , IIU,7 '" "y """ur it. I lie appropriation is passenger train from Pittsburgh, being . notorious ut s and the, nrr.nilc! riifMan. not in fact a gratuity.but a return for a eon-. little behind time and runninvnt tha rataaf i passed; and, in addition to other measures j that hove ever miraculi.u.-.ly coiiiirei'jted at "'d'-rati. n the pnyment of a debt. In or- forty miles an hour, struck the freight train , - . .. ... .......... ... .... . . ' .1..- ... -,.i.:- .1 . ... . ... - . ;ot importance, me mil establishing the ! "in uajniul. A i aijoui nail pt ten o clock , " ''-' - ai.(,i.,,r,nu.in, mr urn. vmnuing on me iracR with learlut lorco.- Territorial Government of Washington. We learn from other sources that tho ar my bill makes among other appropriations, tho following: - Remounting four roir.panifs of Light Ar tillery, JMSUO; Defence of San Francisco, f00,000; lorlugas Island, Florida, 100,000; Fort Taylor, Key We-t, 75,000; Fort Pul aski, Go., 20,000; Fort Siimpter, S. C, 110, 000; Fort Carroll, Sulli-rs' Point, Md., 50, 000; Pea Patch, Del., 150,000; Fort k'nox, Pcni-h.-cot, Me., 55.(101'; Fi rt Warren, Bus iton, -l.'i.OOO; Fort Winthrop, Bunion, 2!),- Her to sei-ure tins of Saturday morning, in the n,id.-t of the a!'d o"':r f"r 'he benefit it is rnariV, com- Tlie loromotive ran through the empty pas moriiiug bu.iuei.4, v.hUethe ordiimry course .u.'"'' ,0 furnislrtho members with liquor du-' senger car a if it had been frostwork, and ' of events was n gulurly trmi.-niriii.r, .Mr. i r"'- ,he ehiningwei-kn of the session. It is : ihrrw the next car, in which the drofer. M. H..Medary, the Clerk of ihe II. .use' cooly ; k'T't openly in one of the cunimittee roouu, ! were tilting, some of them asleep, back over , took up a bludgeon and knocked Mr. Baruuui ! evrJ member ' -peced to help bim- the stove-pipe and boiler, breaking the car down just in front of tho CI. rk' d ik The M- I' - exn-sol the in.lividual rnem- ; arid burrting the flues of the locomotive, so Hill "muss" that ensued was allnwed ' duly -j ot'r"' the b-trnction of eo much money ' that the steam rushed up and scalded the to abate and at noon a resolution uas ujupi- ,(""' 'he public, pur.-, were the only results sufferers who were piled in the ruins above, e.l ordering the clerk under urrest and up. of this prartice, no nialter how serious might : A woman and her child and two men were pointing a committee to invc-:iga.e tin-1 ,hf' cvil tu lhe members severally, it . killed the men and child instantly. The cintciimt... On Jlonihv nii-lil. ifu T a U. i ou!d Imnlly be deserving of publ.c men- woman expired upon being removed from ! borioua exaininuliuu the cotininttee lej.orud Thsi; ire, lio.vever, but the Last j the wreck, one of her hands being cut off ' a whilewafhin.' extenuutiuti i.l Mr. .M.! .ry's P'-'mich.m of its consequences, ss will read- .and her person badly burnt. The names of ofl'ei'.c.'. The Miauii!Tribu which h.s.-leven h': Pl "''' " these persons could not be ascertained. a.l!iiTei.td in the House and of whom the H Has cin.e t , tie pre'.iy well uii'lsrstootf ,'J ,e mtu injured were Nathan Wilson, of Ohio leg broxen; Lcon- hinrton co., Ohio; Lewis Ec- intu an iii.propri.T.ioti bill, w ithout hart. New Snrins. Mahoning co.. Ohio: Ja- qu-sti-in. Thfse are always hurried throu;'li nas H.izen, Pickaway CO., Ohio; Paul An- lii'ing the; Inst days of the session, so that derson, liarrishnrgh, Penasy Ivania all ly. ' if every m 'mber were fit for the perform- ing in a critical condition, tnoit of them ' ance of his duties, it would be difficult to badly ciUeJ ii.ternally by inhaling the ' act understandingly on the various amend- hot steam, as wcil as externally bruised and ' metits proposed, or to comprehend their ef- ! burned. jfects. But this difficulty is a thousand i The engineer ond fireman of the Dassen- Senate has agrecd to the anitndmeuts tim,?s increased by the excited state of the j ger train remained on the locomotive, and . . ..... .in.ml.Dra t. n .1 ,,i ll.n ..,. I .. ri inil nn!a. . ,nBA 1.... .':.. 1. I 1..... Xf. I.-I.:.. n the boarders will be somewhat pleased with the intelligence. . fCrTwo merchants were Btanding in Wall street.discoursing on bankruptcy .when one of them perceived a real live Yunkee, lumbering down the street with a knife und stick in his hand. 'Now for some Bport,' ejaculated the mer chant. 'We'll ask his opinion on the sub ject of bankruptcy, or rather his ideas.' He now hailed the Yankee with 'Holloa, trieud. can you tell us the meaning of bankruptcy!' 'Well, I reckon I kin nnd skin ine ii' I don't.' 'Please explain.' 'Well, youjist lend me a five for about three minutes.' 'Here it is, friend; how proceed.' 'Well, now, I owe Zeke Suulh fifty cents; Sam Brown, the tailor, five dollars, lor this ere coat, and you five.' 'Well,' said' tlie merchant, 'now give me my five.' 'Oh, git out!' I'm d bankrupt, und you come in for your share wilt, the r.-st,' and he left the astonished merchants. Htyh t'rio. So far as tliesi are con cerned, we certainly t ;ke rank nmong the best markets in the West. In iiliirst all ar ticles, prices lu re arc as high as in Cleve land or Cincinnati, and us u general thing all kinds of produce bring cash. We do not anticipate a decline. The railroad fever has produced railroad prices and upon tho com pletion of the road, the facilities for trans portation will keep prices up to the present figures. It is a good timo for producers, and with their prosperity the city must eventual ly be benefitted. Houses Wanted. It those of our citizens who have vacant lots and are able to build upon them, will erect good substantial dwell ings, we think they wi'l reccivo a fair per centum upon their investment and at tho same time confer a great benefit upon the city. Such houses as these are much in quired for and quite n number would find renters. A large increase of population would follow. 500. T ie sum of 81 30 .000 was v. so nnnroori-. cierK was a particular pet moven heav ated for a'survev and exploration of a route : p:'rll " screen him, but it would nut lor a railroad from tie' Missi. nipii to the i R"so!oti.,ii8 expelling him were a;!.. pu d !v I'ucific ocean, by the Topographical eiigin- f vote of 6" to 11 and a new Cl.-rk (Mr. Si,,. ( curs, and such other tiers, ns as the Secreta- (held ol IK'iiry county) was elrted. . fc.h rv of Wit, under the direction of the Pros- the fifing conciu.-i u of lint rule of ieg ident, mny deem necessary. ' ' ' ' Motive dignity that toli-r.ited wilh .tit re What was not dune, or rather what has 1 huke the renownt d war ol the sand boxes! been left unfinished, would occupy too much ' S'- f:illL, ligny uf lhe Ohio Leg- space to detail. Suffice it to sny thut . '"-I'l'iire. ire 1 1 ';:id ' in'"ih-r on the last night of the session Greene county, A ili.' ' '" in a condition to let almost anything i ard Vail, Washin Mr. Whitmore rep- which to bestow her attention. . She became pleased with a pretty dojl which she saw one of her pluymates have, said it cost only half-a-dollur, and she could .. F-tr- , , .i-ikin r ,.t the Diction arv c nine " TkU t that prevails it become absolutely impossi-Resents the scene as one of tb most heart' warrants. i iii.i;ioii wss leu iiciiuinif 10 uieruona! prayiii'' for a further giant of land in consideration of theii Ber.vic.es. The bill establishing it re tired list of nnnv nffi erf. the bill establih- iw' private boiul' d warehouses, the 1l l ii,i.,ii.,.iji..,.j r ..... I i and expressed a desire to huve one, as she . . . . ' . f ,. , -, , f the House to the School i,i!l except that ' members, and in the con unon and noise i were but slightly hurt, (::,;, ',.,;i; i t t ' strikiiiL' out the Dictionary c ausc." This lnal Pvaus u urnmsi ausoimeiy imposs.- purchase it ut her own expene.s- !,,...,, A KHt.r, ,,rn;t;,,.r- t.-, 1 the Senate refused to concur in and it will ?'e 10 know what is going on, or whtst is j rending Imapinshte. The poor fellow who f hu doll was accordingly purchased, and ; r(Jconsidor t!lc bm . hvm of lh(J j leu caueu 10 receivw ner couiu, mm wnc . c , , f , Pn , . . ... ... , i i ,i . lot the defenders ot llnliiinore jruuu caru oi ik until mio uci-ucu ...iiKiuiiiy else. "ivinar further remedies to patentees, were i all left without final action, with a large number of others. " ' Oh, my beautiful doll and my half-dollar too!' exclaimed Ellen in surprise, her beau tiful eyes meanwhile beaming with delight towards h'r no Il-bs delighted uncle. Some months ul'ler this, a neighbor called on Jlr. GraiiL'er to solicit aid in relieving a family who hod been reduced lo beggary by ' the intemperance of the husband; but uid 1 was stonily relused, us the old ger.tlrmiin 1 s;iid he hud but little idea uf .wasting his sub- stance on drunkenness and idlem'SH. : '1 he friend, unwilling lo be put otP, con- i tinued to plead lor the starving wile ami j helpless children. Ellen, who hiirf been playing bthind her j uncle, was nil attentive observer of all that W'is nasr.ing, r.nd t-kipping puily from hor i ..i i i.. i ..iv .. ; . ..!:'..,. .. iniiiiig-piuLL-, uuuiiu-u .ii l.m !irmo,i !lljr!,,.ln(?, were ol a lawn, rind presently retur ing. put n.'io i . , the irentlenian's h ind her shining hulf-dul- . "e l'and Bnt.-h. lur.' Tke tl.i-,' said she, 'and buy them : to deliver ten thousam. I bread. Sen,' she continued, I ht vo all 1 ! one .thutiwind burses i want. nnd half a dollar too.' ,..n, I , , coiiiinitleil. II probably be a matter of great difficulty to "onB- memoerH on wnom me re- i was sent out to signal the train, and by briti" the two Houses together on that sub- . sponsibility rests of carrying through im-j whose negligence the whole calamity was jeet." Until Houses have cuinprouised 0 j portant bills, and others who have uesign occasioned, behaved like one frantic, while the bill for the publication ol the laws jn ' upi n the public puree, do not permit their i,e wounded were lying in terrible tortures, newspapers, by inserting sixty cents per visits to the committee room where refresh-! with none of the comforts demanded by 1 ' . . . .. ....... .,., ra litrlllltml tU , 1 1 I.t, f 1,1, e.l IflO 11. .,:. r.KA.n..lArfnB 111 tll th-JU.SUli i eiUS Od till? priCc Of roinp-WlUtHl. I u,t mmmv nr.r Niuauuu, hi bjKu, ui mouicu ucau. rc-or.'aiiise the V. X avy, and the lull lu or,JW "a." i"ru mt ii"u , . .. ,.,.ik. ., ! - -j--- it w ui j . . . . ' Tim CiFrii! War. The war between the British nnd Natives in South Africa still continues and the latest advices do not give much hope of a speedy termination. It is fear. .itiil been rend twice in the ft,nrip. probably pass there ulso, Mr. Cradlebauuh age llniiga llieir own way. has introduced a series of resolution to ex- L,1k'r circ,umstances, such appro- punge from the journals the resolutions u-' pnatioiis us tho gratuity to the clerks, and donled in the winter o la IS. nnnrovinir of ' " "' (..-.".. unu ei.uorsiiig i;ie course ui non. i nomas i Crustiness. Thai, man must have been in as bad a humor with the world ssone of oar contemporaries appears to be with our bu&i ness men, who said that a young man who , " "' - .... .... . .. , , , . an..,.il fill his arninrra to innp&r opnteel n r,...n.;n ;.. ,.l in il... .. m.v;., I lie approuriaiions auu nicusiiica uusneo ui "r1-- - - b- -ri & - Tiie resolutions were and briefly taken up yesterday i every session of Congress, which w ould be , mongst the ladies, as the fashion is about discussed, but the Senate nd. i liirown out, 1 aciea upon earner ,,, u.c sess-( lovl u J that unite men are nn.oiig tlimn di- jourued without lak.ne the queslion. u , - ' nnm' Thnll '.. .1 . . ; n , ,j 1 . ,i,,. iii, htl e interest is taken in their success and 1 ; .' cun ' their i.iovenicnis. Iat to the 4th ... . thousands of dollars are annually obtained Janua, v, l i the Corsair, give nceouut of ' " I ' ." rnVT .TsTB3 7n Sle ! from -he treasury by such imp.oper spplic.-" married; that the buggy hire would be need nvere li .'ht. in wliicli six t! ought to consider that the money which bought that cigar will . be needed to., buy a pig w hen hc.&nd tho young lady geta . u-a:ni JJasu- ; Senate last i.i.rl.t, and after a variety of dis- 1 tlon unU cuua lbe alnu;11 Le computed ; ed to buy a load of lumber to build a house, roufeil I)V iiljout . grrai'i!..! HUMi-lneit Uie isutij 'ct wi nvoiU- - . - r r !aRt ine xira nue-tictiiinj n;i:ji guy a ionj L-I "5re-d I " f' uVlut? "ate I Darin" the present session, little has been lo of land " 0 tolne. tUat the : of c. it Hi i.nJ !JlJ 'u''Rli- 1'5CU"i'U!l' done of ceneral interest, save the passage money you piid for a ball ticket for you and . . I ..,..''. ...... ..w. a t-. .n, . - r .t l.:ll.. 11 . f .1. ... .1 I. . A.Be. a lllie lor UC!r:'(Ja- l..i.i.iru...'ii..'.i l'i vu.t(. i.r .1 c.vi n fji ijjf upjirupriatiuil uilia. jiu.'i m uic mu- . ji.. i.ia , u...u Lumt aw uauuj , is Iiui.aun. 1 hu bavanna'i Itjoubhcau i lie acts have only a local application and in-. Kill., tii.P.r.1 k,k Tlie TaUmadge House. A friend of ours, who has travelled over a large portion of the Western country daring the past few months' and who is fond of good living, pronounces this among the very best kept hotels in the West, in all respects. We trust the liber ality of the proprietor will prove a good in vestment. It is certuinly a first-class house. Appointments. The President has nom inated, and the Senate confirmed, Silas R. Hobie, First Assistant Postmaster General; Charles EameB, late assistant Kdito'r of the Union, Assistant Secretary of State; und Willis A. Gorman, lute member of Congress from Indiana, Commissioner General of the Land Office. The Cabinet. The telegraphic report of a flare up by Mr. Gushing must have been incorrect, as we notice the Senate has confirmed the appointments of Gen. Pierce as originally reported. ' For California. Soo notice ' of Tallmadge and bring on your good ' horses. He is a liberal dealer and will give fair pri ces for good slock. . . .-, 'Sweet child,' said the gentleman, liking . her in his arms, 'vou nre destined to be u j blessing to those to whom you are related. Take vonr money, child,' said tlie uncle ,and be uscurcd it ha6 purchased food fur the hungry. Your uncle has nil ho wmits, and wherewith to relieve the distressed.' The chilly blasts of winter had begun to whistle around the dwellings of the poor. The frugal and thrifty furmcr was making ample provisions for his winter's store. And Mr. Granger, exact to a letter where his own interest was concerned, looked care fully over his rent-roll, and found some of his tenants at Grangersville in arrears. Bills were accordingly sent in, with strict in junctions that the money should be forthcom- ,n2- . ., On tho following morning a poor widow presented herself before her landlord, and, with streaming eyes, begged for a little lon ger indulgence. But Mr. Granger, not remarkable for len ity, and wearied with importunities, declar ed his intention of seeing her cow if she did not in a few days settle the claim. The poor woman returned home in meat distress, us she well knew she could not raise the money, und her cow, which Inrn ished food for her children, must be lost. In the evening, Mr. Granger took Utile Ellen on his knee, as wns h s custom be fore retiring, but the child did not return his caresses with her usual warmth, which led him to feur she was not well. Upon be ing interrogated, she replied that she was perfectly well. After having sut some time upon his Ih p in deep silence, she looked up kindly in his face and said; ' ' 'Uncle, you have a great many havn't you!' Yes,-my child, replied mr. orangei riip r hrtlll Tu ili tepr to com- i nlv with his eiiau.-iuents, nndthe Governor ' advanced into bis territory to seize ihe cut- tie. The Busutoa defended their property, ! although the British at one time captured ' thirty thousand.. 1 he Kasulo.-, however, were overthrown, and next day the Chief sued for peace. The conflict lasted from morning till eight in the evening. The British loss was 38 killed, ar.d 75 wounded. The loss on the other tide was much great er. . The State Adm'inisthaun. The Na tional Intelligencer publishes tho corres pondence between Ex-President Fillmore and the members of Ihe lute Cabinet. The Cabinet expresses admiration at the untiring n-niilnitv nnd devotion to the duties of his of fice exhibited by Mr. Fillmore, and ac knowledge the personal : courtesy with which they wore ever treated, and lhe hur- l ly llmt ever prevailed. . Mr. Fillmore grate fully iickiniwl.:d-.'s the tribute ef re spect puid lo. bim, and enjv thu micc-sS of Ihe admiiiisl ration vva-- cliietix m ir lo the wisdom, harmony, fidelity and lulitv fit Ins counsellors. No President," he says, was ever more fortunate in the choice of a Cab inet no cause for dissension, nor uny hard I words having ever occurred. ! Things in Logan. We learn from the Simlinrl. that the heavy portions of the work C08' j upon tho Sciolo and Hocking Vulley Rail- I : road are to be put under contract immediately Savanna1! It jpublicau i lie acts nd Schii'iilt, ol that city, ' terest; aud the. acts of this character have stale.- that .Mr. (,ouru went to B rem-: u some months ago on a vis-4 not been numerous. . good many private I il I . I.:. i-, I I. .,u la. tl..M.i-.r ..ill. n ,..n..lnr kill. n....an.t 1..., .. u U.. ,w., Atan ' I. II.-- 1LI....U.. ... ....-......., ..I".. M1S CIG U.BDUI, U 141. I. f.M.b e State Department ut j ibe consolation ol knowing that justice has the lili uf January last,., been done to private individuals! fur it is no- j Aud his uosoir. Incnd has given tins de- . ixit pvpn tscription of "a cuod v.i.V." A good wife is passport from 'Il Wasiiiii 'ton. On while yet in Bremen, he was arretted by j lorious, that a bad claim is quite as likely to ine it re in en ponce on ine reiiuisuiou oi a ,ro ihroun Uonjjress, as a ouu one. Hanoverian magistrate lor military service due Hanover in IS4I,and thrown into pris on. I ur energetic consul in Bremen. Ralph King, Esrj.-. iii;inodiately applied to Senator Olhus," the director of tho Bremen police.for his release, on the plain ground 'that he was euilty of no wrong, and that he was a ciii- The discussion of the important matters which have been before the Senate will have a good effect bo fur as it tends tu discoun tenance Flibustierism. That such will be its effect we do not doubt, especially since the President in his Inaugural bas taken substantially the position, supported by some zen ot the United Mates, entitled to tne i inc disc.reetest ol the Democratic ena protection of his government. Senator Ol-j t0rs. The head-long und furious gentry bus, after hearini; the case, decided that he who thouErht the national appetite for an nexation could easily be intlanr.'u so as to one who puts her husband in it the Eide of the bed next to the well, and t- I s !,:ib up to keep him warm in the v. ir.tr . .-splits tlio wood makes the fire iu the i,:n -; ing v.virSi es her hu-hand's face, a i- -nvrsj on ! .3 boots fur hi in never suf.V,r.- . i re main in her husband's sra-i'l '..-'"-.! ."' her shoes up at the heel, int 1 -darned never woadrrs what h r f.-.i-J.; !.! 1 sees interesting in the young woman who lives across the way never slams the door when her husband is speaking and always reproves the children when they eat up their father's supper. So the world goes. 1 he fault-finder, his ' circumstances being changed, becomes the tyrant. Or-The Legislature of California is now must remain in prison. Air. King the::i ! made a written demand for his immediate di j charge. The answer to this demand was a reference to the Hanoverian Govt rum. nt, 1 to which Mr. Schmidt w as to be delivered. ! Mr, King then addressed a letter to thu c.incl' Uurgormeister of . Bremen requiring bid discharge, alleging that he had nothing : to .:o with Hanover, and thut tho Govern i ii,. ui ol lireinen would bo held responsible hv the United states. This conimunieatioii had no effect; whereupon the consul referred I orderly and the whole1 matter lo 31r. tiarinrd, ourMin ister in Berlin. 1 Me lli.rnnr.l o-,,.l ft atmilfV 111.1 Cnni'llie- in rsintement to Bremen, in "which he maiii- Goon The Buyou Sara Ledger tallied that Schmidt was in Bremen as n for- j following story: ' ' '' ; ' ok'ner: that no third power could question 1 . ffenilemaii told us an anecdote the oth- it; and that Eretnsji was bound to protect . tjny w,jc, wti think is too good to be ; tied during the session hinv against the demand ul Hanover; r-1 lost. He said that a rich old gentleman j blot Cuba at once, have become considera bly cowed, und show o very decided disposi tion to bo moderate. If any good is to be attributed to the 3dd Congress, it is the one we have just indicated, aud of which il is entitled to the full benefit. Its first sess ion una snnandered in Prcsidclll-uiukiu?,and its last in quarreling- over the spoils; and it in BegB;on at Vallejo, but 1t is expected that ; will be noted hereaner lor noiuingso inuun , it not r,.main there, as there is some as its neglect of the public business, the dis-1 misunderstanding between that body and orderlvand di-o'rscoful scenes which hav e nr the nlae. Gen. Valleio. transpired among its members. and its wsut, j Benecia, Sacramento, San Francisco, Stock J euerally TilJflM? find abilityr fli. Cu:. ton and Marysville, are applying for the j. prize, ana an sorts oi aiunautes nra iu or . jder to win the support of the members, a- j niong which good liquors nave a prominent .1... . Tkn mmall.tn u-ill nrnlinhlv hp Bet- ' .,.1,11.. .w j tided with the document, Mr, King, again demanded the enlargement of Schmidt, giv- l1 . , . . . -iii i , r tJ no ne mure uiniya ouuui mc uuiu 2" ! Mkhich we-.way, hear and recrd with l U It II 1 Mfaa. , - -!- , . . . I .1 . n l..n I nnnlxnni ' 11 111 II T I ' V 1 1 1 II r I V have twelve as fine ones in my pasture us unu ine reiuniinier o noon ........ : , . . ' ,fL,i ,,nP ibev- wou'd bind i. r..n.i t.,i..i i inm ut t!ii itriina i U,.n..ia null J fi'i'liinir l .il.. 1111 . I f..- U:.. .I.,n., btoc' nvr nctVn i ! , r,. ; ." : ":.:: :.: .r.. i";;:;.. irm uu. va r. ;s " went recently to tne loiiowing aav, io niaM; uj, mui .iv.-i.ioi"... i (jenent and, as a mailer oi course, iue yi-uug , - ,..'. l.. 1.. t?.l ...I.l, n.l.on nffr I . .. ...,. I f Unn. V' Pl O W linsuroimiii ntiimi..! uu. r -"r" . laUiefl liseo 10 luaau sura utt u. mum. . , l - i. i , .i .., nu fri.,nrfi.. . . i . i.:. i. .. .I-. l, ., , i was not, Ba iriely ueiiir ueiuniL'u 1111-1,1- u . c -. ysrarceiv a cav iiasaeu uvtrr ihl-u ...oua n.... ollered to bail him out, but ' Or-Tho Artesian Well, which is being sunk at St. Louis by the Belcher Brothers, for their sugar refinery, has readied 1500 feet, nearly one third of a mile. They have also struck water in sufficient quuntitiy to force It to the top ol the well. . It is of a sulphurous, gaseous tuBte ,and smell, but quite clear. 03r"The Cincinnati Times, In an article on "Spiritualism in Cincinnati," says that there are 69 "Spiritual Circles" regularly or-'' ganized, In that city, and more than twice that numbci ' occasionally 'meeting. ' The numborof mediums is etnted at three hun dred and ten. ' : : ' ' : u-j. j . .- i y ': r - 03r"Thb fire is?0ingout, Miss Filkins." "I know It, Mr.: Green; and if you Would act wisely, you would follow its example." It is unnecessary to add that Green never "axed" lo sit Up with that girkagain j . '' KrAbout 6,000 hhds'. of molasses were sold in Portland on the 3d Instant, at about 20 cents per gallon, 8 months, and was1 tar ken mostly for refining and boiling'.''.''"'1' "': C&Jl bill of- indictment has been; found by the Grand Jury of Penobscot oouoty.Me., against the city of Baogor,.a a common seller, by its agent, of ardent spirits. Cin. Oat. ever a pail went unuer. , 'Then why, Uncle,' resumed the child, 'will you take Mrs. Green's cow, who bus but onel' 'Oh!', said Mr. Granger, 'I do' not want the cow; I shall sell it for the rent that is line for the house that she lives in.' .1 'Oh! then Uncle,' said the delighted Mr. D. child, ! will buy it, for you know I huve a Whole half-dollar.' : ' 'And what do vou want with a cow, my darling!' said . Mr. Granger, patting her fondly on the head ' ' '" J 'Oh! I should give it to poor Mrs. Green 'j arra n ' sa d K eo: 'unu men you Know ia 1 tl...,nc..lvps lur his annearance to answer be- found in;r..,). l.innvnri.nniinttiorkies. What renders this urrest more provoking uav pass. did not find them going to or coming rrom Natchez. The old man, in the mean time, you must recollect, was very close in matters ol money. The horses began to look thin so thin that one would suppose their only is that Schmidt had witnesses to prove that Drove.,der wa3 barrel hoops, shavings or he owed no services to Hanover; that ho BornethiiiT similar. One day the old gentle- ; The body of a young man was lies' field, near the cunal, about three miles this side of Logan; supposed to be the body o. person wno o... u. ca. u . kinsdon, in 1839, ' nnd had never : W!19 un,in!, i front of one of the four months since. . ,' i . .. ' i been in the Hanoverian army. While he ; rncjpt hotels in Nulc.het, when his car- The body of n German, whose , name is : wns ;n pris m another United States citizen riB0 roned punned, und his; horses were ..,nn,..n.l tnhn John flraik. was. found in ! wns pursued in Hanoyer with the Bremen .i e BUbi,M t of conversation. . The old II it r. . 1. ! IU ..... mi. Imu'lkllpr. Jlllfl . , . ... I 1. 1.1 II 1J l.,..,,,, mi Sun.fnv lnaf 1 Ho I POIire R Iter III III. iici.....i feniieinuii Sam lie vouiu 1111. ji-i o in... "..111 j -- ,. , .. .... . !,.,: i;..,.nn .. t nau appeiir.-u wnu ...if..... ... .tneir oeiuirso poor, n New York Assay Office. ppr's was soen in Logan some three weeks since and it is thought ho was frozen to death. ,, A little trirl, by nsmo Ahby B- pass the niffht with Rata Abbv was taught., what Kate to y her prayers ou go- - ing to bed al night: so utter they hud retired. , Abby repeated the Lord's prayer.until sho Came to'Give us this day our daily bread,' when Kate interrupted iter with: 'O, Ab-1 by, why don't you ask for "toast!" I like toast a great deal the best:' S.ow a HciiDBED Feet Deep! The St. Louis Intelligencer plublishes a letter from , un overland emigrant. tu California, which give.-i a fearful account of a tremendous snowstorm in the mountains near Carson ; Valley. On what is called the Second Sum- mit. the writer says, ho caught hold ot ine The Wheelibo Bridge The Pittsburgh Journal states fhat a motion has been filed not account for u.'raaiir. th.it be bad "ii u .n;.til,'.loiie all iii bis nuwerto make them look de- tops of pine trees, nnd was confident tney ,1. ........ . !.... " . , I ,..., AitiAl and had trieu unu isi everyiumg, um , were one nunareu jixt .y.. Congress, lu establish an ussay office in New . , : ... r .,.., i... n.,.,1 hu 1 cent. K!"r' . . " ,i 'i.l " , ; , :,H ri n the confounded horse, never would improve York, will be to iubstitute barsor ingots of j "Meestcr, saiJ a rw. Irirl.man, givin; J leer, as he con 'I.ct nio learn a lesson said lid, "from this child. I have enough, nnd more thun enough; this poor woman has but a scanty' subsistancejandyct I would lake from her to add to my well filled purse. I have toiled all my life like a slave, and have been too narrow-hearted to enjoy the blessings that I have so diligently toiled for. I will from this moment close my accounts, and ' open wide my heart.'. . 1 ,,.', T 'Ellen, my child,' he said, 'your Rulf-dol- lar has bought the widow's cow " " . Anl .Putins himself at his .writing-desk, B ------ ... l, 1 J (ireim a receipt in iuu, ana ln f.r:iltrt .n.l ln.. r. ,i,t.l m,f linvn' to put .. ... 1. .. ..-. ' .1 - k.t I..., '. 1 Tmir'nnl aintB ilint motion hnsbeen filed . ., . s. cmio ..r i nun for l.-irire 1 the ireiitlemaii a nnizzicnl Jeer, ineir orcau uiune auu go. . " - . " , ine vaiuu 01 .3 iuu, ' - if. . un; . ,.r.,t' hove their nice rich crcum and milK tor llieir 1 jn the Supreme Court. 01 tne united states, portions ol (he coin nem ny 111a dhhm iuu : "n"'" - suppers. I did feel so sorry when you tawed !b l)ie AUorll(,y General of Pcunsylvanie, by the sub-treasury. Ac'orfiing loreieiu pH00Traa -BT A Labv is ji Bai.l-Roow. of taking their cow, and leaving them noth- j for , der to. 10 Marshal to exe-; reports published in the papers ol that c.iy M OUh on Tus,,!iy evening, while ng but the r dry bread!' ., . 1 on the 3d nist, a portion ot the h.mkb nnw , . G , Tavern, a "a iiuin !,, il.onl nn'i.1 cute the decree of the Court, and also for an , ...... ,.tno ,, i -;. Tothe.- in.iv a party w n oancing Blurry J:..,...j n icm wno ti i..o.i j 1 Hum .-,-... - . vcrv resne"tah e voun'r iay eve: be sat for some moments absorbed iu ! attachment against the officers, managers,1 iK, udded Slii.OOO OOO 'more for thosiv thst . - , . . .,,Ki.,j.hirrel deep thought. il te the effect of tho act of Congress declaring the ; 0 ,iablishuiont of the mint h;.s been abou Brid"e a Post road. The day for argument j $245,000,000,, more' than one-third of whipli 1... hnAn .ciBnlW-tKnilniin i must hiiveoono aliroaii, to.be recoini .1 a-. . . .: i i i .. . ' ; gain i-'L'etA.A-n - m...:1 h;.rr..i.. tries e ( 0H1 e-" u lui no. v': , The Nc.v YQrk citv banks hav in V i,- prese publishes a list ..I vessels nnd steam- - , ,,,'0(11 ten.' iiiiifiotis" in trold.',K ers boingbuiltat tho various.. luke ports, t)nh' of thisstuh, it i's'snid, r.,if:!it'ns from which it appears that about forty ibou-1 be, for air practical, (.i;.;-;u.ss. hci ili f in.n.is or oars, unu -1111 uoiii t-p.: xcliungo therefor. A SpEtt or Si eichiwo. The Green Bay " Advocate of March, 3d says that the Lum--bermen have had thus far this season, 74 days of good sleighing, ' and. they have im- proved it nobly. Ono firm employs 60 two horse teams, and about 300 men in getting, out saw logs, staves, shingle bolts, dtc. The lumbermen of the Bay shore have done.' listofat . larger business than any winter before. ' Boston, March 5. Hy un arnval' tp-day, decreoof the court. The argument ''."of tuis j siili-treasury.mak.ng an aegr.-g.iie oi. seven-, s,ilwnUp. oiK. 0f the balls entered Bow-! we ,ve lltPr advices from P.ernambuco.- .,, , . .1 , . ,1 IV- lve inilliuna 01 iioioi..-.. ,nn mill Krl 11 it 11 n the nuestion ss to llic-i ' .". . . 1 0. . ... . (. -r - - 1 i n .1 i iiiiiinrrt 01 me. u 11 1 leu oi.iiea.siucL' man's sliouhler, and the young lacy w 1111 The K0g1Hli ship t.'rowi.iiigsliieio, irom aiei--whom he was diiiicing bad her fice burned botirno, for London, touched at Pernambu- l!ie nowder. l he laiiy wno nreu i no, January 1 Sth, having on noaru seventy out home without being nrresicii. thousand ounces in cold. . no nas ons in' :.,V shuts iu Kngland, Franco and other coun- Piiiiiic svmiipthv is stronuly in her favor, 1 Rmvma.ihfid inflicted upon her nu irrepuro lt!e w.-ontr; tmd then refused marriage. sands of neA"'tonriage will bo broiighf out ; got of pura'gold-of fortysix- pounds weight. ' ' ' .' v ' troy !d in he wrote Mrs. ureen a receiunn ivm. .. .. . .. . . j,.:i,i ;,.,;..,a and, tbe ijext Uny aevorat tirancrorsviUe receiveti tn(? nnrl tlta nir! man nrftPtl AAVfi k T In. Vim a nurnU a tiA1 fr h !m mnrfi Tflt t 0 enjoyment than all money ho ever had. an inland sea of "iresh water." . ..4 fA . 1,1 ill 1 JLLLiI ILUV. iui .poor.iawu i.yeseu., .a.1 loieraoiy. isrgu : 1 Tloia brthi.;citv;conim itcd suicide yestcr- ;i..m.;ueainieuj , yhlch cannotbo protected by the 1 v ,v . rtrSl u,n(llirin. himself throush thatj EJ ken' '- .:r.,- V-.:. v.-ck' uw..?""" '. ' C "T : .. V --. '.i .1" i uomninnl hccniisB lliev liarnen 10 piousru , , heiirt wil 1 a nisioi. 11 is nununtu u.o. he was insane at the time. State Journal. nt-'i'h, r,i. n vodth who every wi-bl lo '"et a glimpse of his sweet-heart, hollows tf.-cVrigtit under her window. In the alarm of th' liioment, she plunges her head oat "of the window, 'and inquires Where! when he poetically slaps himself on tho bosom, and exclaims Here my Hange liua! - - ' 11 'r:' u Lout. Ten' Loss $10,- fjrThe Illinois and Michigan cahaf bpens on the 15th instant. ftrrTurner's livery stable ot St,. .. . 1.. was destroyed by fire on the 22d ult. lime ne., .,... ,i.a n, i iiur.-es penaora 111 vi 500; one-half insured. . , . Bosto'x March 7. The Coalitionists' have carried the .Massachusetts Constitutional Convention, according to returns thus far re- ceived. . t:.... - .- ; (Wit i Mid ,hat tw0 C00"1 .tesmer. are to be placed on the line between Phila delphia and Liverpool.