A Difficulty in Shelby Countv.
at North Simpsonville, in Shel-
Cey"Within nine years, in one of the dis- Forcible Letter from Hon. Wm. n. Dim- ALL HAIL, WISCONSIN!
Fire in the Woods in Hew Jersey.
AH Sorts of Paragraphs.
tricts of London containing 1 30,000 inhabitants,
mick, one of the four Democratic RepA ST All E DRIVER AND TWO FEMALK PASSENGERS
The Maaonio fraternity, just now. Men U b
by County, Ky., Dr. Dohoney, whose conduct according to the report of Dr. Letheby, its
resentatives from Pennsylvania.
IN FEARFUL DANKER.
The Constitution and Democracy
differing materially amongst themselves ia
had been such that his wife could not live with health officer, the annual mortality has been
Washing, II. R.. Ajirtl S. 180.
The Mount Holly Mirror, of April oth, says New Orleans. The difficulty appears to b
him, sought her at the house of a friend of reduced from 3,703 to 2,900.
owing to the establishment of Grand Bodies,
Mr Dsar Sm : In answer to vour letter of
a fire was raging in the pines, in Burlington
Printl and PitbliaUed tT
the 2d of April, I will replv with the utmost AN " IRREPRESSIBLE " CANDIDATE MADE TO BITE county, last week, to a fearful extent, and of not known to ancient Masonry, and with which
hers entreating an interview. She refused to
THE 1)1 ST.
KrThe rittsburg Chronicle, of Thursday ankness, for at such a crisis as the present,
HARNEY, HUGHES & CO.
course doing gTeat damage. It started on the Urand Lodge of Ancient York Masons will
see him. He however pressed into her presnot hold fellowship. The two bodiea, it ia
is due to each constituency that their chosen
evening, publishes an account of an accident
Wi- Inesd.iy, at Garontown, half way
OffloeEaat Kide Xhird Street, between ence and seized her and ordered her to return in a coal mine at Irwin's Station. Six men representative should, when requested, declare
We do not know when we sat down to chronRed Lion and Friendship.
Its course was averred, have, in their zeal to fill up their
with him to his home. He menaced her and
Markst and Jefferaon.
is opinions wiinout ine slightest reserve,
icle a Democratic victory with a more heartfelt across to
Dobbins' track at Retreat, ranks, "made," passed," and raised," and
reasons which have led him to adont satisfaction than that which it is now our from there to Burr's mill, thence by Brown's even advanced to the higher degrees, persons
undertook by force to take her with him. He were precipitated one hundred and twenty feet
HBM KIPTiON I'KICE-I- N ADVANCE.
initiapleasure to proclaim as having occurred last Hill toward Mingon's, in the vicinity of which who were never required to pay any
left the premises without her, bat not until his down the shaft, by the breaking of a rope, and them, pursuing a particular course of policy.
$8; U if p!d In adToce.
as you know, i nave Deen a consistent sup- week in Wisconsin. It is a victory over which place it was burning en Friday. The extent tion" or "degree" fee, whatever.
, or au cciiu pt niuiila.
conduct was so shameful as to call down the all killed.
porter of the present National Administration, the Democracy may most heartily rejoice, and of in ravages at that time was a distance of
Out copy, $2; Un copla. $1 10
Forty seven gentlemen, citizens of Washingjus t indignation of the entire community. He
flta?" The Union Convention, to meet in Balhaving always been, as I now am, an euthusi- - every patriot in the land feel proud. It shows about ix mtles in length by three in breadth. ton, have subscribed to the erection of tha
1"LLAK M i;.K.LV
lns!e copies, or for ny number
WHEELER & WILSON'S
uuer ally, (1; Dtty Dd over to ou adiireu, HO ceuu.
returned a second time, to apologize, he stated, timore on tho 9th of next month, has secured
tic aamirer oi its illustrious chief; with that when the issue the supremacy of the The most of the timber that it passed through Clay statue to the amount of
hatever ability I possess, I have uniformly Constitution and laws against higher-laAdTrnUlac-l- a Dnilr Imerrat.
fanwas of a second growth.
the Front-strefor the disturbance he had created. The genTheater, for five days, at the
On square (10 Una or lean) drat Insertion
sustained its measures and
The Detroit Free Press says, three years
Tho fire, at last accounts, was doing consid.
kacn aoUiuoaai tnrUuu.......-tleman upon whose premises he had obtruded rate of 5100 per day. The front tier of boxes umphs. But Mr. Buchanan rejoiced in its tri- aticism is fairly presented to the people of
1 Maaaic Trmrlr.
having indicated the Northwest, they will sustain the former erable damage, and it is not believed can be a man invested I'l.OM) ia real estate in St.
himself, gave him a cool reception. This was U to be devoted exclusively to the use of the his unchangeable determination to retire at the and denounce the latter.
TOE GREAT ECONOMIZER OF TIME
1 1 00
fully extinguished while the present dry, Paul, Minnesota. A short time since, deterEarb aaimrv, flrat toivrtloB.
AND rUEZEKVER OF HE ALT II, tact) aa.Uun&: lncruou.w
mining to realize what he could en it, he aolJ
closo of his present term of office, it became
late in the night. The Doctor retreated. Shots ladies who may wish to be present.
That issue was fairly made at the late State windy weather continues.
HAVE WON THE HIGHEST PREMIUMS
my duty to carefully survey the field in search election in Wisconsin, for Judge of the SuThe Mannaiiawkin stage, on its way to Mt. it for just $1,S00.
were fired at him and he returned the fire.
AT THE FAIR OF THE
. APRIL 11.
A girl, aged fourteen years, of Boheof a candidate who possesses more of the preme Court. Mr. Dixon was the Democratic Holly, on Friday, met with a narrow escape
Capt. Daniel Seirles, Doorkeeper of th
The Doctor was wounded, not seriously, we unUNITED STATES AGRICLLTLRAL SOOT,
from the lire.
The driver, before he was Louisiana House of Delegates, cemmittej aui- mian parents, living in the town of Koseutb, requisites for the present emergency than any nominee, and Mr. Sloan, the Republican nomiAT THE STATE FAIRS OF
derstand. On Sunday morning Dr. Dohoney
nee. The history of the nomination of these aware of it, found himself almost in the midst oide at Baton Rouge, La., on the H 1st ult., by
Iowa, having become dissatisfied lately with
1 saw that before the swelling
tide of Black gentlemen will show the character of the con- of the Mauies. The great body of the fire, howwas arrested by an officer of the law and was
the hard work she was subjected to do on the
epublicanism, State after Stale in the North test, and the importance, in a national view, of ever, seemel to be in advance of him, and he kept his eotUn his brains. For yeirs he had
to have his trial in Shelbyville on Monday, but
and windin? sheet in his house,
XLW YORK, NEW JERSEY",
as gone down, until the Democratic party the victory.
farm, and having often vainly requested perturned around to make good his escape, but he and had his tombstone in the cemetery with his
The delegates to the Conven- upon the failure of an important witness to ap- mission of her
1' E N N S Y L V A N I A , VIRGINIA,
Mr. Dixon was originally appointed to a h id not proceeded far before the flaniej checkparents to allow her to go to cannot be said to positively have a majority in
name inscribed. He was 70 years of aze.
a Bingle one north of Mason
tion, to be held on Saturday pear he was discharged.
Dubuque to live, grew depressed in spirits, unless it be Oregon. Nor does and Dixon's line, place on the Bench by Governor Randall, as a ed him in his retreat, and he was obliged to
ISjIa the Supreme Court of Boston, on th
When the celebrated Booth
there seem much Republican.
pursue his journey in another direction.
A public meeting was to be hold in the neighand was found a corpse, suspended by a rope
2d inst., a libel was presented from George H.
rospect of reversing, at present, the disas case for setting at defiance the fugitive slave
lu a short time he again found himself
next, the 14th inst., are notified borhood yesterday to consider his case, and
WISCONSIN, CALIFORNIA AND
trous current. Even Connecticut, the most law of Congress came before the Court for
from a limb of a tree.
? siw n f-?Z2JiiAZ Lx a 'I.TPic:.fraa
AT THE FAIRS OF THE that Mozart Hall, on the corner the general impression prevails that unless he
ovv iio Dtuiucraat
lo J'ursu.- Lui lu g'. airtkigut ahead, ud
conservative of the New England States, has its decision, JmJr
Nelly Sprague" whose vagaries ani eccentrici
AMERICAN INSTITUTE. NEW YORK,
adopts a new manner of life in the precincts of
fJX. Within the past few months, nv (be ruMtiyunder the mosta rtiic ni.lui our lorces ground in favor of the constitutionality of the soon tohis h irses to their ui most speed, hoping ties have recently furnished several items for
of Fourth and Jefferson streets, old
favorable auspices. The law, ami in opposition to the law of the State,
be free from the devouring element.
MECHANICS' ASSOCIATION. BOSTON.
Shelby, Judge Lynch's coutt w ill assemble Philadelphia Inquirer, large orders have been candidate for Govt-rnothe papers. The libel alleges that the parties
was Mr. Seymour, who which mads it a criminal offense to r.ttempt to But when he w.is surrounded by the greatest
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. BALTIMORE, has been
procured for the use ol to consider his case.
received in Philadelphia for engines and boilhad already h;ied the omce with great credit enforce the fugitive slave enactment. By body of tire and smoke his horses became were married on tha lVth of October last,
METROPOLITAN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE,
ers for the Cuba mills, and in tho establishto himself, and who, personally, is the most adopting that course he gave mortal otl'cnse to frightened and stopped, and it was impossible and that the woman committed adultery with
such Convention, and the deleSee advertisement of a well
Albert B. Hall, of Augusta, Maine, at Island
MECHANICS ASSOCIATION, CINCINNATI,
ments making up this work the hands are em- popular man in Connecticut, without a single tho Republican party, as did Judge Swan, of to move them. Here they remained for a min14th of March, and at
gates of the city and county are stocked and furnished printing office for sale, ployed late in the day, and in one or two in- xception. in addition to his great individual Ohio. At the Republican Convention which ute or two, tho fire roaring and crackling to a Chicago ermont, 1 on the March, at which tints
on the 8th of
rength, Mr. Seymour has recently returned followed. Judge Dixon was thrown overboard, terrible extent, when, suddenly, the smoke
MECHANICAL ASSOCIATION, ST.
which is complete in every department, and
requested to meet at 10 o'clock. suitable for the publication of a weekly paper, stances all night. Tho aggregate of this kind from Europe, where he had been during the as was Judge Swan, of Ohio, and a Mr. Sloan, clearing away, tha horses started, and the the parties were found lying together. Thers
MECHANICS' INST1TE. SAN FRANCISCO,
of work to be sent to Cuba alone, this year, bitter contest upon the Lecorupton constitution a decided Republican of the "irrepressible"
driver found that the great mass of fire had was no appearance for the defense, and ths
AND AT HUNDREDS OF COUNTY FAIRS.
husband stated that the wife)
fOThe Democrats of the Second ward will as the material is nearly new. There ia also will exceed $.200,000. In former years, the and the other was, distracting tho Democratic stripe, nominated in his stead. The Democracy crossed the road a'short distance in advance, counsel for the Insane Asylum at SomerviUs.
therefore, in a position to took up Mr. Dixon, and, at their convention of and was making tho most fearful ravages in was sent to the
The Lock-Stitc- h
made by this Machine it meet t Turner's Hall on Wednesday, the 11th connected with the office a good job office, with Cubans were entirely supplied with these arti- party. lie
unite the Democratic party, which he, did. the d of February, nominated him, as should its track to the rijht of him.
the only stitch that cannot h
Tibribls A.tD Fatal Exnosio. Ths
cles by the English manufacturers.
inst., at 7J o'clock r. ., for the purpose of plenty of type for all kinds of job printing.
He was soon enabled to get entirely out of Jackson (Tenn. ) Whig learns from a gentlemaa
commanding its enthusiastic support.
have done the Democracy of Ohio with Judge
LhtX presents the came Appearance upon each
fhe terms are easy and can be had by apply
appointing delegates to the convention to nomtime, too, was propitious. To the still Swan. Their object in doing so was to have a fair its path, and felt that he had never before been whose son waa one of the
Bide ef the cram. It is made with two threads,
ing to Chas. E. Nourse at Gardner & Co. 'a on
vivid remembrance of the John Brown raid and square fight on the great question whether in so terrible a positiou. At one time it apone upon each side of the fferic, and inter
boilers of the steam-mi- ll
inate candidate for Sheriff. A full attendof Mr. Bell, near
Tom. Marshall is very ill at Buffalo, New was added the present example of the strikers the Constitution, and laws of the United Slates peared to him that the flames must entirely
Main street, between Fifth and Sixth.
locked In the center of it.
Bell's Station, in Haywood county, blew up on
ance is earnestlj desired.
surround him and cut off all means of escape. the 20th alt. and killed George 8. Brigaztce,
throughout the East, giving practical proof of made in pursuance thereof, were to be the suYork.
- SEND FOR A CIRCULAR.
trutii oi ine democratic warnings, that the preme laws of the land, or whether they were He had two female p issengers, and, as may be Jacob Lock and Joseph Lock, and so wounded
fsayBreathe fresh air if ye would live long.
1fcsT The Democrats of the First ward will
First Lieutenant Dabney II. Maury, Regi- the
Republican party is agrarian and revolutionary, to be made to yield to Abolition fanaticism. supposed, they were frightened beyond all de- James W. Lock and William Spraggia that
WM. M "VER & CO.
In New England, farmers, who pass their days ment
meet at Schwind's Exchange, on Thursday.
Mounted Rifles, has been appointed As- ioj tiring society and the Union in its pursuit The result is cheering to the National, patriscription. Fearing that they would perish in they will both probably die. There were sev12th in st., at 7 o'clock p. u., for the purpose out of doors, live to an average of 04 years.
of fanatical abstractions.
otic, Democratic heart. Wisconsin, which in the tire and smoke, their screams were fre- eral others more or lass injured. The engiVet notwithstanding
sistant Adjutant General, vice Major F. N.
all these advantages, we were defeated in Con18o6, gave Fremont a majority of thirteen quently of the most painful nature.
of appointing delegates to the convention to The average age of persons who have
neer declares that there was a full supply of
AO"MPi)rDRrMETT.ivwnirH k iiatuml la nominate candidates for Sheriff. A full au occupations at death is, in Massachusetts and Page, deceased.
'J'rrnton Gazette, April C.
necticut, so that more than ever I am forced thousand over Buchanan, now gives Dixon, the
water ia the boiler at the time of th
Second Lieutenant Leroy Napier, First Dratxtrm t f i'u f'ar&ai'axutja,
kr mm lev Ii a
the conclusion that we are in a minority in Democratic nominee, a majority of from
and that he had tested it a few moments
Rhode Island: Shoemakers 43; tailors 42; edi
mo OiOiWwm witb oilier
iu'mi.c ol lit.li n'vtur urativt
tendance is earnestly desired.
goons, has resigned his commission, and his nearly every Northern State, if not every one. to five thousand over his Republican comThe Precious Metals.
H.u- lot the d!tsut
povtr as to art :J an
before. No one could in any way account for
tors 41; druggists, jewelers and teachers, from
to cur. It i i utrvni that biiih a ruj
aapaniia i reut-it hat, then, is the hrst point which presents
Few, who have not studied the subject, have the accident.
i waiiW by ltiu
tD' cuflrr trua Mrumous omi
ftSThe Republicans claim that Mr. Clay o'J to 40; machinists 38; printers 30. Fresh resignation has been accepted by the Presi- tself to one seeking for the best candidate?
This young State of the Northwest has cov- any just idea of the increased production of
uich lii aiuiimU their cunr muti
aUDU, an j t&at to
of our art:u-t-Ueld the sentiments lately avowed by Bates,
From "Vanity Fair-- '
Evidently our search must be for a man who ered itself with great glory. It has rebuked the precious motals since 1S18, when gold was
I rov ot Huiueiti ii nrtc to tin iarr cm
tir, therefore, almost doubles a man's life,
con.p.etrif tint coiii,Kutiti wili doii
Iuhh beo prove-y
us outside votes. The candidate fanaticism and shown its deep devotion to the first discovered in California. The estimated
ol tue worvt c
Mozart's Wasdkrisu Misstesl. Fernanof Missouri, and that, consequently, the great whilj it more than
A Cosspiract Discovered.
It is declared, can bringonly be unexceptionable
doubles his capacity for
to U- ruud oi Uie
for abilities, Constitution and the perpetuity of the Union. available?
production in 18(7, amounted do Wood.
H L l CM r'f.ATVT?. FRCP
A M SCK
was ft pretty good Republican
a dispatch to the Baltimore Sun, that the for experience, for Democracy, but he must Nor can we omit to say a good word for the to ?27.Tl annual of silver, and $15,ti75,0t0 in
1 LCr.KS, PIMr'LM.
Ths Knack or Deiskiso. Cogniac.
H'JViifc, U MokS, fAi.1 KiiM M. n.AU MMCtRather impudent that, considering that Mr.
Black Republicans mean to invoke the Legis have the power to obtain suffrages from among Democracy of Wisconsin. They have fought gold, making a total yield of $ 4 ,:i'jO,000 per
Ths Lost A an. Wendell Phillips ba been
HIYPHIMnANO M I'HlLin
gsayThe Registrar-Genera- l
of England, in
Clay's living sentiments and actions are not for
lature of Connecticut to pass a law restricting thoso who have, for some years past, acted well; they have done nobly; they have gained annum to supply tho use and loss of these pre- lecturing before the Young Men's Christian AshiAL
I'M'r.l'clA A N i NVlNDI'ir.S
iiis report for June 26, 1858, reckons the presense cious metals. After 1SH the production rapBut their great good
sociation on "The Lost Arts." Ther is
gotten by the present generation. They hare
.hlit.LAs,- KK.lK T. AMri
the suffrages of naturalized citizens, in order against us. Without this latter, it appears a priceless victory.
tupossible that we should succeed this fall: was shown in taking up the rejected Dixou idly iucreased up to the begining of this year, one lost art which he neglected to mention ia
Oi" ( COBlpLstlDtt aTLIDg iTOm lJtl- as much right to
claim Henry Clay as they ventable deaths in the city of London alone al
secure the vote of the State for the Black and the desire to succeed is, at this coniunc- - and making him their candidate, thereby when the annual yield was estimated in round this lecture, L
the lost art of humbugging
t loand trrftt prom ut of bal t h
15,000 every year; and yet, were New York as
hare to claim Jefferson, Washington, and
wUro taken in
ure, a sentiment which is identical with true bringing the great issue directly before the numbers at 5 j ,W,0O0insilver,and
Republican presidential candidate in Novem
tsriiif. to rpfi lite rtui surujr wvlmii
fcauv.i. u. ihi at ibat amn ol w e Tear, by the uiut-I- t
healthy as London, we should save more than
Who, then, of the candidates can people for their decision. The result shows
Ca.n't be Done. It is really too much ta
in gfild, making a total product of three
uaauy raiiKiitut uiwr.:cr a bipMeuiii
others of our earlier history. Jefferson was
ber. We have no doubt of the disposition of
9,000 lives every year.
toe bU'i. Mull .tu.it can, by luv iJ of tiu ruxiieuy, .ar
hundred million dollars, against less than fifty expect that an Express Company ean forward
opposed to African slavery, and favored emann iuruc- of (ul eru(uon aud uior
the Connecticut Abolitionists to do something drawwin forthe Opposition the necessary votes
liiema-- ! f
us the great battle? In looking
This is probably why such
million only about tea years ago! These inexpressibles.
out aure. Uiruch a'hKti tnr etntetu will in to rul tH
of this kind, in imitation of the disfranchising over the list of names that will be presented to
cipation in Virginia; but no one was more
ol com; pUuun n ot aiiLMti to uu th'A tUrou-- b LUe itatura
From Missouri- comparative figures show how senseless is articles are so frequently franked by M. C.'s.
Owlistic. Monday a great yellow-eye- d
chaauUi o' ttie bHiy by an
The Isnobakcb or those Foeeiosees !
Jwrnaos Citt, Apt 97 v. M.
measure (two-year- s
hostile to the purposes of these political owl perched in
you OdJ tu iupunuf
amendment) adopted by the Charleston Convention, I only discover one
the ponic of those who look with dread upout
the third story window of Winruptuma, or ar-h- .
tHirUn(t thruk'b the e.iin in piTiipi",
un which wo can maae an inroad upon the
The Democratic State Convention of Mis- on the increased movement of the precious Newly arrived Englishman, (to Barkeeper)
Abolitionists. Jefferson was not opposed to ters' clothing store,
Ctaraae: u a iiu you tin a U at the corner of Third and their Massachusetts brethren ; but we very enemy, ihere are a number of statesmen who souri assembled here at 11 o'clock this morn- metals as shown in our foreign commerce. I say, my friend, give me two mint juleps,
m; ciean- itwtifti-vil
it ti. i4.ul. anI your
much doubt the courage of the conspirators
the extension of slavery, and he wrote with the
wuvn. KveDwb'Ta bo
tb you eiij(T betu-- ba ili an! tiariicular d.rdtfr ta
ould receive the unanimous support of the ing. It is the largest representative body ever But a new phase is about to appear in coo. will youi
vlarket streets. The
i:ve Ir.t.er, tor ceaiiiiiL
ho have contrived the scheme. If actually
utmost bitterness of those who would use the
It is now positively ascerCktaceocs.
party, but I can only discover in a single one, held in the State, and contains a great num- nectiou with this production. Heretofore, it
iLy.and ai. u
li UvWl. lKw. t'i bl
Pat called him, blinked wisely at the crowd in
be no latitu
ttiat pal) ul urn ol hie Uinordt-re.i- ,
Federal Government to prohibit slavery. The
adopted by them, however, we have not the the elements which would obtain for us outside ber of talented men. It looked quite stormy will be seen, the m ist important gain has been tained that the Benicia Boy has departed for
r iafr a..uitLimr riut go wronc. ana LL
the street, and answered not their wonderings
on a Whaling expedition.
That one, you have long since at the commencement. There were a number in gold, for while the annual production of England
great maci.itiery of i.Jf if
slightest doubt whatever as to what the result
tttempt to keep Missouri out of the Union on
aud oewnm mucii, ue
whence he came. A. Lark, Esq., our poet
onjectured, I conceive to be Mr. Douglas. of delegates whose seats were contested, or silver has only increased 80 per cent., the proFut tinaVoaj..ti.iiM: lurstir:l baa
account of slavery, met the denunciation ol
clecrive-- i by pr imraiMria ot It, parUy beatif
Fob Pike's Peak. The rush has evidently
Among the other gentlemen named, there are rather whoso credentials were not in proper duction of g ill has increased 1,500 per cent.,
laureate, has done the incident in rhyme, as
aru aioie ba nol al. tue virtue tLnl i iianied r It, bui
Mr. Jefferson; and he deplored the drawing ot
those distinguished in war, in the
that its ultimate effect upon commenced for Eldorado. Within the past
form. In the morning session only a tempo- a change so
V be Coiiu-kuore bexau
JS50ne of the grand, glorious sights tf hamber, for this or that particular Senate rary organization was effected. It is now commerce is vast
forty-eigCrated exura:t oi u contaoi laaL iiLue rf Ui virtu of fear
hours over one hundred men hav
beyond all computation.
a geographical line as of evil
Once upon an evening dreary, while I wdnJar!, weak and
aianiia, or anytLiup
ature is to watch the rise, progress and de
ith this or that record, but for not one of holding an evening session.
Just as this startling truth has become fixed left this city by the Chicago, Burlington, and
the puMfc tare been miaicd by lar
Mr. Clay was an Emancipationists, too; he
to jrive atjuart of
tract of arpnu
in the minis of those who have studied the Quincy Raiload to take the Hanibal and St.
them does his most enthusiastic friends claim
cline of a rain storm. First comes the rush
There is no prospect at present of the dele.
f or oae
man; but he was as much Along the pave, thro" many a volunia of limestone duat,
iot ot u Litle. Ilbetro trauda Uin tbt was not
Joseph route. These were in different parties
any. arpiia, bui
for ifify iioi oikv
that 'roa. and bora
ing wind ; the sun is blotted out by great that he can obtain more than a strict party gates to Charleston being instructed for any subiect. all the theories they have evolved
orves no curative pr jri
juirvrr. lince, i'iu-- au. opposed to the adverse interference of the Into my aye, now nearly blinded, auddcnly I waj remindvote to elect any one of them we should have Presidential candidate, although the leaders of from it are again upset by an announcement ranging from four to a dozen. One party of
amful di?apiOiHtiu-i:- t La-- f Uo d tbe uie ot tua vnn
masses of dark clouds; people in the streets to rely upsn the Democratic
ed (scting a crowd that quickly winded
wing intended to instruct for of an eiuil probable increase in the yield of I fifteen was from Chenango county, New York- party, and it the
xtra ie of
aniia a bicb fionl Uio niartet. until tte Federal Government, and to the whole Abolii
uuy u i
tmam iuelf cTi
aid Lac become 'ynoiimouh
urry to and fro to find shelter; the clouds alone, uut we require more, and we require DanielS. Dickinson.
Into a apot before a atorej
silver. Wo see no reason for doubling the as- - These mostly go out taking with Lhetn their
That was the
ana cbeat. ttid mecmli Una ouuicxKiaf tion agitation as was Jefferson.
Jf a poem, by Put engraven, a Lout a black and ominous
precisely that which Mr. Douglas is able to
aanapan.a, and- inland ittauppiy mch a renfay a auai
programme agreed upon and sent out sertion that in two years the production of personal outfit, but intending to procure teami
gather strength and blackness; even the winds
trie- nanit- from tie tad ot vbiouy a b.ra r
Indeed, Jefferson and Clay were but types
from Washington. It may yet carry, but the silver in our Pacitic possessions will amount and provisions at St. Joseph. Their freight
e bavf grx'Uini Kr belifv.iui It ha vir
U And we ttiink
for a moment are hushed; then, with a burst
Who, to find a aueliered huvan from the storm that outThey contemplate
Every person concedes that Mr, Douglas has indications at present are against any move of to fit'ty million per annum. The effect of has made three carloads.
to arbn-- are irrit)t..f Lv the ordinary run of the uto ot hundreds of thousands of conservative men
aaana u i Uiind- - to cure. In odt-- to secure U'1r com- of thunder, heavens red artillery flashes; the personal and peculiar strehgth among men the kind. The feeling among dalegatcs seems such a production is not to be considered sole- - I being from forty to fifty days on the roao, ana
ite era iicaiioL from trie FyoTeni, the un Uie botue. be in the United States who scorn the action and Entreated entrance at the lattlae at tha Poet's chamber flood gates are blown open; the tide pours who have not been acting recently with us; to be, to send an untramiueled delegation to ly as sen ling the question of a supply for In- - j were off in high spirits. Among them wer
UULeti actjru:iig to direction
objects of the Republican party on this ques-io- n
lattice and, being admitted gratia.
FK a. PA LED BY
di t. It has a much more important bearing I quite a number who were in the Pike's Peak
while at the same time, his long and consist
Charleston, and who will exercise their judgdown; the wiud sweeps and sways the rain,
which now agitates parties. Mr. Clay was Perched above hit chamber door.
ent Democratic services would ensure the warm ment in favor of the most available man.
upon the commercial prosperity oi mis city. region last season, but came back to winter ia
For my eye, being now uplifted, aoon the mystery I seething and bubbling like mad.
AYCR & COn
DR. J. C
By and by, and energetic
For many years the silver current in Eastern the Sutes. Success to them.
support of our whole party.
most emphatically a
The Douglas men are satisfied with this, as
the clouds are blown away. The evening star uis recognized great ability, his bold and man they know the Little Giant is by all odds the Asia consisted altogether of Spanish pillar
Of aeelng the crowd that had thare drifted, la front of
would have Congress do nothing with slavery
BotUS 8U Bottle for
mm to fill that bill, and t'ley are on'ideta doHirs. After these became scarce, Mexican
comes out and Luna rules tho night with her ly bearing, his dchance of the combined as
Winters' clothing store,
Mabriahe is Literary Life. Th Quea
in the Territories.
This was his solution of tn aii
lately few Amerelevated casement, three floors above th. basement,
lvery light. The quiet stars come out, old saults of jealous foes, his consistency amid that the delegates will soon Make that thpse dollars were admitted, andreceiveda All
'he difficulty. lie was opposed to both exthat of Bohemia is to be married. "Ad Clare,"
ican dollars hve been
and persecution, have won for him a t ' v-.ery. I am wearied at the slow manner
f here aat, in wild amazement, a bird that somew hat bore
Hae woo for itself roch renown ftpf the cure of every vart- mother earth has her face washed and goes
- who once essayed the traijia stae. has at last
A resemblance to th. raven, who had sought the sheltered
would be i.ei ess.arv to make tha la:ter as cur- found her
otr of Throat an J Luup
u tue pupuiar u:uri wuicn cannot ri
that it is emirelT ui
tremes as they exist now. Whilst he would
i yoy1e do p their business, i... 7 t
lae happy aiaa ia s
rour as thj former, would 'Jiheir shipment
ed. Hi nomination would pf;Ab v I aC"uv- - tions are that the convention C, V
- if r- - t.nir ren tn cr.Htatf
jr., the soo of
Mr. Robert W.
have the Feleral Government strictly neutral,
vi U La ietii
On a pallid bust of Pallas, above a chamber door;
vaiue. ium wealthy Quaker Pearall,
we throuruui tttik
i.i lucre inaotuie
ton. we need not cioiurethan a
lent t.an election ; lhe nominat; :i 7
genllemn. He was at on
oure Uie t
he would not prohibit the people of a Terri
h ever )
uiii if oq np to tbe
But Uut bird was not a mveu, but a ghastlier looking
could readily be done the!a,'otient the silver time a proprietor of the Saturday Press, for
There is gTeat strito and a warm o iti
Kentuckt State Fair. The next annual other would, to sny the least, leave the coute-- t
w ao lor luai rcutrf ai. Ii
and tuat Ii uj
kaa ever beeu luitd to ao.
xceeuiagly problematical. Hence I f ivor the between the opposing candidatesover the State bnl'ion was sufficient for the purpose.
tory from passing laws respecting African
which "Ada Clare has written for son time.
fair of the Kentucky State Agricultural So
From the Night's Plutonian shore
Now. we pvy for our tea, spices, drugs, sua.
nomination of Mr. Douglas,
by officers. 1 hnd considerable division oi senti
slavery. He voted to strike out a restriction
The the same course cf reasoning,and influencedcol- - ment prevailing among delegates as the proper and other
'twas au Owl! and nothing mora.
ietv is to be held at Bowlinecrccn.
products, chiefly in drafts The lady with the above omyourpiumt
many of my
FoB TUli C'LKK OF
ought to be, well known ia
upon their action, and it was stricken out. In
our exchange on Lon
We m-ime fixed is Tuesday, the 18th of September,
policy of the State to be pursued in regard to on Lond-mcagtie3 from the Southern States are joining
Jau94xfr Tgjnna. Intlffifm, Dy$nfny
There must be something connubial in th at
Ion by shipping gold, and the English banker
short, Mr. Clay was for the policy now advo
tn the movement which promises to carry him
nternal improvement by some.
and the four following days.
mosphere, or else all the pretty actresses and
Gov. Stewart's late veto of the Railroad bill pajs his correspondent in India by a remit
The second and last volume of Baron de Ba- numpliantly over the b.tter hostility of men
cated by Douglas; and by conservative men
letter, lumtirtand Silt i:rrvm H.rmt lyvt ArKrauJ.
clever authoresses would not b like th girl
The annual address is to be delivered by who
au a Oittnrr rV,flnrf
prefer the defeat of the Democratic party is vehemently condemned, while others sus tance in tulver. The moment we can coin in the ballad, ever repeating the comman- dzancourt's
narrative of the Italian
Vorth and South who are opposed to the irre
ov. Beriah Magoffin, on the second day of o the success ot a rival.
tui te ruowi
liver at San Francisco and ship it to India
tain it. It is feared that this question will
Rock the cradle, Lucy.
tbm piejua!ii.y,aiid Uiei ar- - tb U apeneut in the worn: pressible conflict.
War, just issued, contains, among other mat
of a loiiii'.y phyaic
rect. wo turn the whole tide of exchanges, at
fur aii e purp-weeriously endanger the Democratic ascendency
I am, very respectfully, your ob't serv't,
Cor. Charltston lourter.
lea-- t for
own purchases, in this direction.
ter, a detailed description of the interview of
Prftoo tti Ool or Box; Five Eoxeo for 91
in the State unless judiciously handled.
W. II. DIMMR'K.
The Society has determined to hold two
JtSSquatter Sovereignty is now understood the two Emperors at
Instead of a flow ut eot l tnrougi .?ew mm
rTIyi :anp, FtatPKmen m.
airs for the exhibition of tobacco during the
Ill DEATH II!
be the right of the people of a Territory to
to England to buv silver for India, California
57 One of tho most singular wagers we
inui to ceit,!y Um
Ths Japanese Lakgcagk. After seventeen
ITIRT FORM A3D SHC IBB O.i
ol t4iie rtrUi
but out tiac
Terrible Life Story. A young and beauti- - will p .y our debt to our antipodes by a remit
xclude or protect slavery as they please; and years the commissioners appointed to compile present year one at I'aducah, on the 9th of ever heard of was made in Chicago on the day
Vene w.,l bet jeri'.'t it.e inwrtiu t
was Anna Ma- - tance of silver, and the overplus may ne usei
bame1 lurn'-jai - o;:r Aitirit.au r Aiinauac tt he Opposition South denounce it as worse than a Dutch and Japanese dictionary have finished May, at which one thousand dollars will be efore the municipal election in that city. The ful woman, whose last name
Wbich tbey ae
luf.fc of tb
e the London banker a credit on New
bet was between a Water street merchant and euire. while living with a notorious fellow in
he hrst five letters of the Japanese alphabet
Uie truauit-u- t
given in premiums, ana at which public ad
he Wilntot Proviso.
tbal nbouid be toUow
It is not
Louis, committed suicide on the S a ult., York. The silver will be paid for in ban "Costar's"
oti far tln'ir cutk.
to, no, tjo, ro aud to. The expense at this rate dresses will be delivered by W. B. Machen, Ned Osborne, of the Treraont House, the St.
be put off y unpTincj.lfd dealers wiTh other
enough, we presume, is the trouble; for it is a
Francisco by a draft on the Atlantic States, "Costar's"Eat,Eoach. &c. Exterminator
largest cigar and tobacco dealer in the city, by taking arsenic. The life of this
Ayr-will amount to cUti.OOO florins, nearly JEi,O00.
i.re profit on.
supplies will still be needed to leea
creature, says the Republican, has been an
sq., and Judge James Campbell; and the and was to the effect that if Wentworth was
fact that we owe every slave State to Squatter
and take no ctb.'r. l ue nek waiit tiie beat aid Uicre ia for
London and China Telegraph.
"Costar's" Bed buj Exterminator.
The moment that
lijeta, aud tu-- . tuo'J - d naw it.
and clothe the miners.
other at Louisville, on the ICth of May, at not elected, Osborne should have the privilege eventful one. bhe had received a good educaKoTns-I
Dr. Hayes' "Arctic Boat Journey" is an
t u:a; te K.. A.Lckjn A kCo.. Ciu Sovereignty, and not one to Congress or any
exchange upon this city is once estab
tion, and wa3 the daughter of respectable pa rati? of
t kickiDg the Vater street merchant afore
Sutrft1 A H .i:b-- , Lui
"Costar's Electric Powder, for Iasects.
a lt re.
Ja24 deocA bm
and by all
nounced for republication in London, by which eleven hundred and
said from the Treraont House to Springer rents in Illinois. At the age of seventeen, six lished in Europe and Asia, that moment LonAND DESTROYS IISTANTLT
will be distributed in premiums, and public ad- Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas and Bentley.
treet. lhe day alter the election, the mer years ago, she was seen in Cincinnati, where lon ceases to be our financial center. I'ur
resses delivered by Hon. W. L. Underwood chant having lost, came to Osborne's store, she was known as Josephine frank, a snort buyers will no longer pay for their Manchester Rats Roaches Mice Moles
lexas, were made slave States by Squatter
Augusta Sal has published in London a
ehe came to St. Louis, where purchases by a sterlmir draft under a letter or
and presented his person to him for the con time afterward
tnd E. M. Covington, Esq.
overeignty; that is, the jeople made them book called "Lady Chesterfield's Lectures to
Fleas Insects on Plants, Insects on Aniredit which cosis a commission, cut py
templated kicks, and demanded that Osborne she was called Mrs. Wilson, and had afterward and spelave States without dictation from any quar
her Daughter," It is a reprint of her contri
should take the stakes. Osborne had been several oLher names. She was at one tiaie en- bill payable in this city, and New York will mals, &c, ic. in short every form
JfcaJ A correspondent furnishes the follow
year she married 1 . become the financial center of America, and cies of
ter. If bquatter BovereientT had been let butions to the "Welcome Guest."
raining his right leg all the previous day, and eaired in a theater. Last
ing vote on the steamer Asa Wilgus, on a late
Maeuire. and Jlaguire having aesertea ner K a certain extent of the world.
alone, we should, probably, have now a slave
rip frjm Jenerson City to at. Louis, lhe had armed his foot with a heavy cowhide boot. six months szo, she formed an attachment for
Mr. William Ballacot will shortly publish,
Juurnal of Commerce.
10 years established ia New York City used
with soles as thick as two clapboards.
passengers were mostly from North-westeState or twe in the Northwest
New Mexico through Trubner & Co., "Antiquarian,
the City Prisons and
by the City Postoffice
merchant started up by the Tremcnt, Osborne Ned Lundy. She was married to Maguire un
Missouri. The vote stood :
s now slave Territory.
Depot. As Mr. uorlon Station Houses the City Steamers, Ships, Ac
tho name of Ann S. Lew'i3. She has atIt comprises an im nological and other P.esearches in New Grana
Fracas at the
delivering a heavy kick as he started, but drew der
tempted to destroy her life on nine different Tauner was leaving upon the cars, yesterday
theCity Hotels, "Astor,
mense region, and we owe to Squatter Sove
back his foot with a spasmodic action, and
da, Ecuador, Peru and Chili."
paroxysm of countenance absolutely pitiful. occasions stabbing herself at three several morning, for Columbus, Ohio, and Washington sc. and by more than ai,UW private lamaies.
reignty the fact that slavery exists there. One
A posthumous fragment, by Charlotte Bronte, Dickinson
and City, totally unarmed, he was attacked Dy JqjT Druggists and Retailers everywhere sell
He tried another one, but the loser flinched times, and taking arsenic, chloroform,
thing is certain: Congress will never make a is announced as the leading feature of the next
. Uordon, wun a neavy mc
not, nud kept on his way undisturbed by the morphine. She was also addicted to opium Hon. Juuathan
COOTS, EACES 1XD
Wholesale Agents ia all the large Cities.
clave State, nor aid in making one. If another
volley he had received. The result of this eating, aud under its influence became very orv cane. by which one of his arms was se- j
number of the Cornhill Magazine.
sizes, 20c. 5Uc.
uiiured. ot the nnai termination oi
was worse than the first, and he fairly curled much excited.
Kioseons Drcs and Foisonons Minerals. ever comes into th Union, Squatter Sove
vtho is Junius:
is again the exciting
is unnecessary for us to speak. Flasks.
this affair, it
up on the ground and howled with pain.
AFK Tf!K AFFLiCTKItOF FITH1R FEX, WHICH
reignty will bring it in.
question in the literary circles of England. Mr
As India Brave The Aunia (Texas)
t do you
lhe merchant stopped and calmly inquired: Intellisencer gives a description of the gun. Appointments which could not ba delayed 5?jy ! ! ! Beware ! ! ! of spurious imitations.
pvuodrd from .Na'un f c u kMiie'Ji- - one lika wil
It is madness in the South to get up this Merwales' paper on Macaulay and Junius in
Douglas is Alabama. A letter published
crn.p"Lrid-Lcraufuvthy don t you take the stakes;
"What bow and arrows, trappings, etc., ot an Indian have taken Mr. I anner away a lact ot wnicn Examine each Box, Bottle 4 Flask, and tak
j?itif and inimftntiv nil Nau-oi;- or tlte viie- bi m rlr
uaeu. wui ai,
Mr. Gordon waa duly advised), but whwn wilt nothing but "CostarJs.
silly clamor against popular action in a Terri- - the Cornhill Magazine, Mr. Bolin's statement in the Selma, Ala., Sentinel, from Hon. Alex have you got in the basement of your pants?"
" t,i- diieaie, many tuo lol
recently killed in Burnet county, a wild Co
51,00 Boxes sent by MaaL
ory. To such action, this section of the of the discovery by him of a large collection White, on the political isaue3 ef the day, con cried Ned. "Milwaukee bricks," shouted the manche, and adds: Mr. Hunter, ot lurnet. not shake the confidence of those who know
kv,uf tr,, u of M;u. ral Fo -- i. ' own
5rr;flr tnrOon-trrLo- .
$i k $5 Boxes for Plantations, Hotels,
him. in Lis courage. AVe have every conn
tuerchant; "and we aru't within a mile of
Grv-'.- , h"icU:re,
Union will owe all the accession it will ever of letters relating to the Junius period of his tains the following paragraph :
"or Allxi l A t:t- describes his conduct and death as being brave deuce that Mr. Tanner will, at a proper time tssfby Express.
Springer street yet." Osborne subsided, paid
f th I rliiary
and all ih,
in the highest degree. A party of abjut ten
orders or for "Circular to
alter au ot)ir
o.Baara by l.auira.
tory, from the commencement, and Parke's
the champagne, and has been wearing a list
I will support Judge Douglas with alacrity
tiavr ia led: and t oii- ot Havw. a t
had pursued and overtaken the Inlians, about
In this connection we ask, if an individual, Dealers" to
tiK it. an luritani- - ni.id te produced of iu eduda wwicL
coming LiT of bir 1 hihp Irancis (who, as ana zeal, and so will the Democracy or Ala slipper ever since.
the same number, and at last intercepted who boasts of his physical strength and
(Hi4 aiare crviunty.
Ptichmond Enquirer does not con
Indeed, were I a member or the
IICXRY R. COSTAR,
lietwrfor osd har failed:
Tl iiauowuf (rf,rjt!
the claimants for bama.
took to the timber, lhe
The Spirit of the Times is justly en them. The Indians pursue, when this Indian hickory bludgeon, can mke any capital out of
but Ui,, La4 livt ;u . i li.ui:!
bn known to tall cede that the Virginia delegates will be for Junius' his father, is among revival of pub Charleston Convention. I should votenotni
PRrsciFAi, Depot, 410 Broadway, N. T.
Lmppi r for mu.o 1. ir Governor of Ue vorld la a Fallurt
whites attempted to
fame), account for the
thusiastic over the famous horses of Mr. Rob
my first choice for the
:kisi a much weaker and a totally un SOLO BT
Judge Douglas as
Hunter. It says, thirteen are for Davis, twelve
aliK-tt;ot to k i, b it o rur.
on foot and faced the whole party.
armed man, especially if he admits that he is
ta apttni--- . . quu in for tli
has stee Is," says the Spirit, turned
1st. Leause nis ert Bonner.
nation, for two reasons:
for Hunter, and three uncertain, whilst one lie interest in this political riddle.
to his shoulder he rushed at one amenable to tho code of honor, and has had an
Jimiai ia. viif:b. wi.eu
ky Ufa to aU taix ot
mrl JAwlawlni Wholesale aua itetai LoujfUa. T.
which Phteton might have envied, viz: Lan With his trun
a every hi aw l wuiia &ie it
new vol nomination would ensure the election of
Mr. Charles Swain has in press a
and another, although fired at all the
district has yet to elect delegates. The En
Ijfvpr fcr;e li rst until U ba
opportunity of vindicating his courage, in that
athi coi.rar tnl: a'ltiiirt'
Democrat and the defoat of the Black Reptib tern, Lady Woodruff, and the Flatbush mare
Nviy.a-tand succeeded in keepin;
ii troin ''
Uie uiioujpit-.Lantern and the I latbush mare, taken all m with at bay. He did not fire; and at last. way. Mr. Gordon s antecedents preclude nim
quirer insist upon it that the Democracy of ume of lyrics.
licans in the Presidential election; and 2d
luuTiMZfMij.it Ui ;oriii- -r
A suggestion resently male, that publishers
TLia ' Kriiifdy' nrn al u rtrj root ot th dliK'aa:
That it would bring about the expurgation of all speed, beauty, docility in harness, and when shot several times, Mr. Hunter says ne from seekinx or claiming any advantage by
la iMH almo v ... aftiieij'l tb
Mlaou. but to re- - Virginia are overwhelmingly for Wise.
to brute force to vindicate his honor
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER,
should announce the weight on the covers of the Democratic party of Alabama. Ine lines exact resemblance are justly esteemed the
down on his knees as quietly as a man
-Andi:at KVHAM le lis VALCK, te the enttr will soon tell who the delegates are for; but each volume issued, has been put into practice would then be drawn, an t the battle tought finest team in the world. Both have long taile, got to prayer, and, making an effort to draw This is & rufian's arsruuient,
No. 7 FOURTH STREET.
abiHirc f ail wnw but" or aiiffA. Itcno Uy In u
For further particulars
who the majority of tbepeople are for, will ever
between the conservative Democracy of Ala botli have white faces, and are so marked that,
eouiititii room or on in to'! tmir, w: bout tut
Walker's card iu aaother column.
by Messrs. A. & C. Black, of Ediaburg, in bama, and the destructive, and the avalanche to the common observer, they look, when har his bow. tell dead, pierced witn a dozen dui
aaa iwm(iv" lor cret dia-banct
be an open question.
I .U diroctlo&a for
The party join in tho belief that he
enorrl dineaa. hvoti
nessed together, exactly alike. These 'twins lets. his deith to enable the balance of his
their volume of Macaulay's Biographies.
from the mountains would sweep the last hop
tlxs.r oemutueul ni ancompany
l'hl' K. 12 KK it ifTLt.
trot together without a break, with the precis band to escape. Only ouo of the others was
Messrs. Derby and Jackson announce among of Disunionism from the State.
anddaiTs In rnedl
tUThe remarkable feat of reducing to six
BWMi by all .
The India Rcbber Manufacture Great
ion of beautiful machinery, and have accomfvTli.lt A MKUI. Poie I'r
killed. He was not tall, but was a model of Profit. In the trial of a case at New York
days the period required for communicating other novelties, a volume from the French
plished unparalleled speed, attached to a com
"Sold tn Lor'.rti
bv Rarinoiid a Tv ir, hi.rtnr'-- A
symmetry, and displayed great power of mus
philosopher Descartes, with an editorial pho
last week, the evidence developed the enor
mon road wagon which, we are informed, is
has been ac
and reUii. Ini;e.:1tA. bi In between London and Calcutta
ujr, atid a'i tti
At a meeting of the members of the bar and ued by Mr. Bonner in hi9 every-da- y
IMii7 voi4-mous profits made by India rubber manufac
complished. The first private telegram be legomena; the editor's name is not mentioned
officers of the Washington Circuit and County Hiram Woodruff, Wm. Wheelon, Hoagland, and
turers. By way of illustration, it was proved
tween India and England, via the E.ed Sea, but may be guessed at Mr. O. W. Wright
The Wat Science is Treated. In the bill
Courts, held at the law office of Pat. Simms, in others of the best authorities, assert that the increasing the pay of the officers of the navy, that I'ue entire cost of a pair or India rubber
was received at Lloyd's, dated Calcutta, the
the translator of Cousin, and author of a "Cy
by th Ford Rubber Company,
on the 5th day of April, 1800, Bonner team can beat any other horses that which is before Congress, the Chief of the shoes, mads
was only mmieen cents, (they usually retail lor
10th of March. It reports as follows: "Ship clopedia of Philosophy," destined to see th
can be brought togetner Tacony, r lora Tem
Rureau and the Superintendent of the Obser
on motion Wm. II. Hays, Esq., was called ple, and kindred stars of the first magnitude.
19 AT UANli W II KS THKSE SCXirROF
ad- Red Gauntlet, bound to London, burnt and light "on the coming of that milder day,
vatory are excepted from the proposed
stock, whose par value was one nundrea dol
to the chair and Pat. Simms appointed Secre
t'tn Uoi;rn"ma anc
included in the category.
I'R. J HS M UK VWiKTAhLK
The Superintendent oi ine voservaiu
scuttled. Some careo will be saved."
when political agitation has quieted down
hundred dollars per
la a retiu' ly L. ke ;!eaant and
tary. The following resolutions were offered.
Maury, who has done lars, is now worth three
Tt;?rv - not tnr
toand a translation of Alfred de Maury's work
a.'l.i ioiv in t tinn cbndm
We heard the other day of a very dar
Current Charts" and share, and has
U tac th nif'.tlue.
and, on motion, unanimously adopted:
r'ar"1 In tti loan of cand
B3 In one of the districts of the Romitgna, "La Terre et L'llomme," a title similar t tha
liropa, and wiii hr rat-- n wltu avid ty l.r ctr.lo.vn ot al
the cent, rer annum on its capital; and tnat tne
Indiana State Prison, at
ing escape from
i detro anl rkri Womis n.ore ftua'iy that
Whereas, Death has again entered our Jettorsonvillc, bythe girl, which pretty nearly "Sailing Directions," for the benefit of
North British Rubber Company, estabbshed
it is eaid that 500 women presented themselves of Professor Guyot's popular book, but taking
country, than all the other ouicers in me navy in Edinburst by the defendant, paid a divi
aui rvny bow In ue, n.ir at l.r aapf k j 11 lil In no
midst and taken from us our friend and fellow
to deliver their opinions and votes on thepoliti
equals the enterprise of the adventurous girl combined. Y'et Congress would raise the pay
a. wider ran?e over liniruistia and ethnological
It ran be procured from
and country atore
citizen, John B. Starr, Esq., the late accora
iMo in January, and another of 20
in tho Columbus 1'enitentiary, of which tne of those gentlemen who sail on pleasant dend of of the same year, on a share nomi- cal questions of the day. The offer was most science, and executed with the peculiar neat plished Clerk of the W ashington Circuit Lour
Llk. JOilS BULL'S r.incloal OEoe, Ix.u'-tI'towns ia July
zznm ungallantly declined, and it is not made k nown ncss and elegance which characterizes French Resolved, That we recognized the decease papers range an cells in recently. The is cruises, drink good wine, visit pleasant nothing nallv of 100. but on which only j0 were Gum
and have a good time generally, doing
as a gentleman whose acknowledged ability men's
r 4T .j rwiris (In fcon toroO, wlta Ml dtacrtp
how the ladies intended to vote; but, jadin
four stories in bight, we believe, with grated all the while, aud would dole out a pittance to paid up, or a net profit of one hundred per
unquestionable honor, and stern integri
looking into the court a man whose discoveries are of the next mari- cent.:
windows in each story,
from the well known sentiments of the ser, we
Among the books to be expected from abroad
eminently qualified him for any position
M"vhaii aiJ otn.
yard. This girl climbed up the highest win time importance to those of the compass aud
A SnocKiso Affair.
should say they would most unhesitatingly are "A History of the Game of Chess, from trust or honor to which his fellow-citizen- s
dow as far as she could, the grate bars en
(Teun.) Telegraph states that the dwelling
have voted fur annexation.
the Earliest Period to the Present Time," by might have called him. officer, he was alway abling her to cling to it firmly, and when at
IkJ M Itr-UU- U
housa of Alex. I . Todd, residing aoout inree 31 nL ration UI 4or
Rttolved, That, as an
No. 489 MARKET STEEET,
the " Book of Jacob," authorized miles from Woodbury, in Cannon county, was
the top, she managed in some inexplicable
Esq., a distinguished Orient
honest, faithful, and impartial; as a friend, he way to
VtL B? MI.-- FAV
fasten the sheet of her bed to the bars edition ef the "Book of Mormon," the follow
from rai arr ef Tblrti
burned down on Tuesday night, the 27th ult
was firm, true, and reliable, and as a citizen
al scholar, who it is expected will throw muc
eaye the Boston Transcript of the 6th, daring
of the next window above, then climbed the
Hi ooa ef liri ll t.D A LLX AMJf
A vounj man bv the name of r hulips, atom
liirht from Eastern sources on the vexed honorable, generous, and patriotic.
sheet to that window, climbed up it to the ing passage occurs
ECCIVKD THIS DAT PKR EXFKf S,
who was spending th
the gale, Messrs. C. E. Whitney and A. A. OsResolved, That in our intercourse with th
French and American Fell Hata aver
whom seventeen years of age,
Behold, the Lamanites, your brethren,
npKtions connected with the orisrin and an
l iu iinrt
with the first one, and
deceased, he was always affable and courte top, as she had done to the window above, ve hate, becausi of their filthiness and the n:M at .Mr. load s was ourned to aeatn. a w i 6rt)0tfcj th:i market.
borne, of Cambridge, started from a point on
9 WITH. 4M Mala at.
tiquities of the game; a new "Grammar of th ous, and we feel that in his death the peopl again fastened the sheet
of Mr. Todd's sons young men were burnen
Charles river, near the Colleges, to come to
and thus managed to get to the roof, wheuce cursings which hath come upon their skins. very badly ; one of them so much so that it is
PF.KRLRS9. OPERA Au vm
Language in English," by M. Leon de of his county have sustained an irreparable
VHTflT WILL tK SOLD LOW AT WII'JLFF ALU A
she escaped down the ladder which is used for are more righteous than you; for they have thnurht iiiinnssibla for him to recover. Mr. ZOUAVE, Soil lln tnt EK A
wtiwli' , ... . - .
this city. One of the parties, Osborne, it is Chinese
and a work on American Antiquities, loss.
mount to the wall with. Her not forgotten the commandment of the Lord Todd, himself, in endeavoring to rescue m
eupposed, was in an open wherry, and the
Resolved, That we are fully conscious of the the guards to
unto our fathers, that they I
OU1SVTLLR AXt NTV TORJt ST T 13 OT DRX3:
hich was given .
until some time after,
"Antiquarian and Ethnological Researches in heavy affliction that his death brings upon his escape was not known
... - vounff men. wf very badly burned, out it ia
lUta can b sad chp fKR . M . .
other propelled a eovered boat. Between
should have. save it were one
?Ti MAF.KFT BAkKTS. ALL FI7KS;
and she has probably got safely off.
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thouirht he wul recover, Tt,.;,. Mthonirlit
Tew Granada, Ecuador, Peru and Chili," by
family, and that we tender to them our heartAu
mm Cbii'lreui cana, 1 ai.d 4 Let is, varvoui Whittemore'a Point and
the Flats the open J
to be tho result of an accident.
BARRELS OF 1 KJCT&A QUAXITT.
felt sympathy in their sad bereavement.
fax. Bollaert, Esq , the latter to be published
M lilow Cra tios:
not be whoredoms committed among iliem
Resolved, That as a token of respect for the
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IUpt, tuana,u wherry suuk, and its inmate was thrown Into
Wtth a eHi assortment ot C.o:h
In a Delicate Fix! A the late session of And now this commandment they observe to
Messrs. Trnbner & Co.
1mm rx. tc. 1 or k
All visitors for the last twenty years
the water. His comrade immediately went to
deceased we wear the usual badge for thirty the Circuit Court, held ia Gosben, la., a goad keep: wherefore, because of this observance
B Hlra aud t
feaiB am I,
the Hotel Vittoria, on the piCKLE- 3- BARRKL3 IN TlXEOAR.
of Swedenborg will levn with days.
looking young lady had a divorce bill filed and in keepinz this commandment, the Lord God know at Naples
the rescue, and, by his endeavors to save the
lor aaia by
nicmrr t 1V
Resolved, That the proceedings of this meetready for the Judge to act on. Previous to will not destroy them, but will be inerciiui to Chia a. kept by the honest Bwitier, and Air.
pV&sure that Mr. Elihu Rich, a gentleman
KEiiS ASS'iKTF.D FIZK8 W IIEELLN
"ATIJ! struggling young man, upset Lis own boat, '
host'' has just been seiied
CASKS flLl.UB u otva- researches in mystical lore, and ing be published in the public journals of the this, however, the lady had become reconciled them, and one day they shall become a blessed "Minewith a whole batch of the nobility and pICE-4
fll'iS. 8. HATDOV
and precipitated himself into the river. A kno wn for his
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State, and that the Secretary of this meeting
and had dispatched a letter to
on "The Occult Sciences," furnish a copy of the same to the family of the to her husband, instructing him to discontinue people.
. Author of a book
ecntry. The raxia had been going on thrts
WBLP, H ALT 6 AND KITTS, Noa.
Tl f ACKrKFL-l- W
. B.nir. miTI.Elt.
few moments after, both of them sank beyond
Ivill KR PLATS. tor tmm H'11 r.d jl, lu atore aj.u lor i
ithou dnys, and the fangs of Police Minister Ajosa 1 Piaw la wr and3B IV .us low-'i
iThe statement is reiterated
This letter failed to
just completed a classified analysis, and deceased.
the legal proceedings,
the reach of aid. They were promising young
W. B. BKt.g1AF A PP.
On motion, the Chair appointed T. B. Hardin, reach him before the prayer of the fair peticontradiction that on the large private sale of have clutched a multitude of lawyers,
in the order of instruction, of the
men of about twenty-tw- o
years of age.
present a copy of these resolutions at
V hr 1& aiofa ail lor a.- bv
Ijereat work of the Swedish Seer, the Arcana Esa.. to terms of the Washington Circuit and tioner was granted. When livingheard of her week todry gooas, uiauo ui .u there was a Miruuis Volcano, Marquis Bello, Duke rrow, A ,IP;R. iaAND BOILA
o. W. EA'!TAW.M6M'
oi.ity, atora auu wr
the amount of $l'J0o0,
volumes of County Courts, and move that they be spread predicament having been divorced lover sue loss to the importers of near S10O.0O0, and have fled. The capital ia in a paroxysm (
gW. P. Bran nan, the poet and artist, and ,Cakrt- - It will form two bulky
UPK AND FRIXE 6ELKTKD
matrimonial line with a
CFFT) fN'RN.-RACrRAVi3 JT.SC
terror, tne embassadors oi r ranee, r.uSiu
O rn-- bun hi u ui i. W BASHAW. I! Mate at
author of "The Harp of a Thousand Strings,"
concluded to make the best of it; so a new li- that iarre lines of French and Swiss dress
ri 40tt closely printed pages, and has been ex upon the record or said Courts.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
cence was obtained and the pair were respliced goods have been sold this spring at half the and Spain, have made ineffectual xemonstranOwut Lm
Lw ii tiuMl.
has been engaged as one of the editors of the '.oaitedAS a labor of love in moments snatched
WM. IL HAYS, Chairman,
oat of importation.
as good as new!
PAT. 8IM1I3, Becrwtorr
I." a licttiiaeej la tor auj i"r
Irom. pressing daily avocations.
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 18G0.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
W. WILKES, Jr.,
Fan Mill Castings,
Calcutta Lace Leather,
Wove Wire Screenery,
llosa and Packing.