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A WIT.M.Y PAPKI!: Pl'HUSIir.I) !
r.,lMs..si OOavcarni iwUancc,
MORJHIMSM AS IT IS. I lablishments, from one up to a dozen iu a !
Smith, the Prophet, in liis early ' place.'
lis'mi's, condemned polygamy ; but in his j I'iioorksr or Inm:i i:n-v. 'Tli ir sys
Ittt'.cr days after decreeing a special will', ' '-' of plurality has obliterated nearly nil
(o himself, procccd-al lo lay down the sr'nsr of decency, and would seem "to he
ivi.nai law, as n is now received li v the
M.M-iii"ns, as the prim.; ariielo of their '
faith, and tin corner Monoid' their social
)el:ly. Thus it runs: ;
'And again, as pertaining to the law of
(he piies'hood, if any man espouse auolh-
er, and tie: fust give her consent; and
it" li j espouse the second, and they nro vir. '
ran, and have vowel to see no other man, '
tlKii he is justified ; he cannot commit
;;;H,nerv, lor uiev aieejUn unlo him ; lor
e;,i'i:ot con, nut
lullrv, Willi that that
I n.'c;h to bun, and none else ; and
; ..i 'en virgin giM.u unlo him bv
!:".. lie can not commit adullry, for
'; : i i him, and they are uiven
in. . ; 1 1 1 1 IV lit l C he is jllMified.'"
, the firsMwe sleudd not give
eit'. provision is in ..le lor ilisncnsin
a, le u:
"Ai.lauaiu, ver.lv. verily. I say unto
, - . , , nam loungsmicd in the ruin t in 1 ?"
)0u. i: any ma-, liau; a vife, who holdsj,,in. thn , ' 'Lr". .'L V
.,. le is i.i tins power, and he teaches
n:i i In r ike I nv ol my nncsthond as per
luniiu lo liiese things, then shall she be
l.cve and adminiMer uiVo him, or she
shall b i destroyed, sauh the Lord yoer
1'njJ; for 1 will destroy lu r ; for Twill
cn-jii'v my naiue upon all
r-.i-eive and til ide in my law.
it th i!i be law fnl in me, if shi.
tins liw. f-r him to rrvche
those w ho
receive not ,
'. will Lliu''
i r to ii, y
nil the I ,w
Liite hi n, bee"
werd ; an I sh
ere-s.-ir, and I
' .VI i
of Sarah, w ho fid.uiii'
hCCC-l-iin-J to the law
i'. n I com man
Ahrahae.', to take
ir unto wie
t- this law, vcri
Ati'i nan- a:
ly, vcr.ly, 1
a i '
out ) VO.I,
r . .
I will rovcv:
oo le-ie n't -,-,
for ih" proscn
. Ik-h i!d ! !
; v. i
,t the prar.tie
-v.-ti in, as
i tv; ti
I'e i" i a s
u i ' r.
. "i to v gamy , says
i!c:n2 a new n !e o1
v. i-.; , !...;i,Js, if he ran, a
t:wi n !)', i.iv.iij six i nirances
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un, ;ue o,
wb' u he lakes in
!o so, adds Miotiici
ii I, " v. I.i-
!jrti.iVi-u. Ti..- o!
. i,ui ,n rn 1 habit s
I cl is lo
I he I j'
as niue.ii as
apart, and pre cut llio-e terrible cat lights
wle.li -.ma times occur, wi:li t.ll the r.c -
ce.npaiiiiiii tits of I'.dkt.gsgate, torn crps
d lip ken br.Aiii.sticks. As tie 'divin-
.lutiliitioii' extends, ih- y
crease, and In a liw years ihe ci'y wid
look b1 e a collection i f barra-ks for the
-ucot m.idation of soldiers. Some have
s nair.'e biiil.liiios in aris of the city re
rie'e from lath other, and others have
i-'.iiii liouse, ;ind the wives tire thus kepi
si . par.t'e, the htJsbai'd dividing his lime be-
iviccii them all.
i of l't!'mil,!! rj on Population.
'li e ellect upt n population is decidedly
delete :o:.s. The propl et Joseph had over
lorlv wives at Nauvoo, ami the rest of the
p'iesthnod had various numbers, cones-p.-rirng
to their standing and inclination :
em! ti'Ttily all the children of these polyga-ir-ta.s
marriages- died at that place; indeed
it is n'.lee-ed bv V irinons that ncit one was
t ik. n Ui I t .li. Mrigham Young has thir
ty children, of horn eight arc l.y his first
mid second I.iwfi.l w ives ; the remaining
f.v'-n'y -two r-.ro bv lus .''' iliials. He has
at,. tut' fi'ty wives, some of whom were
widens of Joseph Smith, and are probably
past tho lime of having children; but sup
po , ing him 'o have tliitly w h are capable
of having issue which is behW the true
n unl.cr; the twenty-two children would
he less than one child to a concubine.
If each of these degraded females could
hn;e Ircn the honored wife of one hus
band, the aggregate number ofchildrcn,
according to the usual number of fi ur in
a family, would be one hundred and
iwcirty,' show ing a loss in population of
The children arc subject lo a frightful
;lc"ree of sicknesj and mortality. This
is The combined result of tho gross sensual
ity of parents, and want of care towards
llicir offspring. As a general rule, the
saintly pretenders take ns litlle care of their
wives" as of their children, and of both, less
linn a careful firmer in the States would
of his cattle ; and nowhere out or the 'Five
Points' in New York City can a more
filthy, miserable, neglected looking, and
disorderly rabble of children be found limn
in ihe streets of Great Salt Lake City.
The Governor ngnin, whose attention to
his multifarious family we are bound to
sjppojo greater thun the average, nflhrds
a fair illustration. He was twice lawfully
r.a. i ieJ, und has eight legitimate children,
who arc all living. He has had a large
number ofchildrcn by his concubines no
one knows how many it ia only known
that there nrc only twen'y-lwo surviving.
These females do not reside in thcGover
nor's house,1 so called, hut in different cs-
CI.KUnKU , P.Y I. W. MDOKH AXDCI.AKK VIISOX; DKYOTKD
81 '25 if paid vitliin three months, .s'l .Ol) if paid williin six months.
''ls' icnuing to an intercourse
promiscuous as llic rattle in the fields. A
""" living in common with a dozen dirty
Arabs, whether he calls them wives or
Cl'"''"l'il)w' cannot bvc a ery nice sen.se
propriety. It is dillienlt to give a true
npcount of the tllcets which have resulted
ftom ,,,s cause, and nt the same time pre.
sme decency '' language. The Saints
re progressive. .:,; ear, ( I .V) thrv
. suejoci oi mtrodu
a new order into the Church, ,y
i the wives of absent m;.;,.,
mi'jht he sealed to Saints eii , lnm
ore are a numlx r i f en--
in whi b n
mnn lias taken a widow and her two daugh
ters. There are nlso instances "f the nicer
bein seiled to the nude, and they excit,
no more attention than an ordinary ease
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" '' l,lr "I" plM'jue srv.; is to ' i.reail n
.... .. 1 - . I -ii.,iii in
..y.. .... ..- pi.iyue sp'.; is to :preai
this dircciiou rem litis to he scon P.
! ulVLam '' " ,ms 10 I,R .s- Hng-
....... n....- S . . "' ,or u,c.
u K( ii i.n n nit i it mnn..n .. . .
7 1. ,:' Pr'csi.
hood unbroken, marritce would be
r,...i i .1...
inivu iu mi; Mime ii n i ics : no inv m
l,c r ...... ',
. .....vv, ..,v v. , ii- in, ii iii--i , iimj niar-
ry the daughter of nnoiher by the S'linr
Juthcr. There has been some tall; of o.
ing even beyond this, ;l, :,ll(,win.r die
i.iui'T m s ai ins own da lei r to
Luc JJi.-.rms i.f J,r J',
high pi-iist ihitii t.ai i, s of ib
iveeedii:-:;.- skillud in pf,
g.ils lor h i...s. i
ey mr ueaU; ii; ilea
ciiv n;r n.lu is-. who have 1 -, ., t-1, ,1
ud lo-nd fa.tlifi,!, .,,. - r i:.. -:; laia n's
of salvation than ;h; young, who may
. p' istate.e ; and s marriage to one who
ia iiK'.iiistead.'.s! to the end is es-i nihil to
c-e.ipe fioni the fate of being angels, a
gie.it many voutu' women are Ikoh-d into
mas u'iui :,n jj niui si c lit u c
prosti'uti'-n. lildcr Wild.',
oiv of the twe lve aj esdes,
.ic. I. lie. i
i.as a rrgular
s'. st' m o eh.
angiu' Ins In ; c in. He- takes
in cue i r more young giiK rt.j so man
agrs after he tin. s ' iU iu, 'hat thev are
'oris!; f. r n I'iiorce, t.ltrwleih lic'l.eaV
ihe busli for recruits. Ik; to-.k a fresh
o:, e, ali 'i.t fourtr-' n years old, in March.
lVjl.Mid will p if hablv til rid of her in
the courseol tie (a:s;:in suinrii' r.
' mnno.ivcrs arc practiced more or
.. ! , I,
me w i cue crum; I lie girls diseanied t'V
, one become scaled lo ethers, and sj travel
the entire rounds ; and w le n 'lev accom-
di ihe whole circuit, and are ready h
start anew , uiev
nave a pro
, lung sense ol Ir untie inouisty, to say
1 nothing ol some of its adjuncts,'
The Monuo,) Wife. 'J tci'h in I'tnli.
1 connut live out halfher dt s. "in families.
as been iutroduct d, she
suiters an aony ol itpprea iisieu oti
subject which can scarcely be conceived,
much more described. There is a sad,
complaining, suffering look, obvious to the
most ordinary observer, which tells ihe
story, if there were no other evidence on
the bubjeet. In most cases it is producing
premature old ago, and some have already
sunk into an early grave under an intol
erable wi ight of alll.ction. The man from
the moment he makes up his mind to
bring one or more concubines into ihe
family, becomes always neglectful, and
in most cases abusive to his wife.'
Inoi..ritv in Jatan. An oilier r in the
C S. frigate Pnwhattan, w riting fruui J.t.
pan, say s : "Idolatry is everywhere lobe
seen, even more than in China, ntnl Mat
uary semis to he vi ry common. The
graicyards ore full of rude sculpture, ami
images of gods and heroes, placed there!
ns tutelar guardians on the tamb-stono,
or for some such purpose. Tibetan let
ters rnd sentences arc used as charms
about thegruves,n one kuowingat all w hat
they mean ; ir they were intelligible, ihe
charm would be broken. Temples arc
common, and wayside divinities present
their weather beaten ftcrs every few rods.
I'l.Af'KBERKY RvRUP. To Iwo n.jnrts
of blackberry jL,ice, add pnlv. rized nutmc"1
cinnamon and allspice, half an ounce of;
each, and pulverized cloves one.fojrlh of
an ounce. Joii uiesc together lo "cl Ihe
strength of the spices, and preserve ihei
mice. ; hue not ami a inn o nurc ourth.
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proorircnch tirandy, nnd sweeten wiih
loaf sti"ar. When rold bottle up for use
Oivr child two tr.is-noonsfiil threo lim,.
a day, and more if necessary to check ihe
disease. Adults require larger doses.
p . i i . ,
CXTA Hoston Judge has sen encet a
rv-r. , o .
Mr. Ow en O i.ncii to lhice years imprison-
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itieiti 111 iim; Kjiatu ui.son lur poivg.tmy.
The amorous youth has reached the len-
ltd etui, ui i.ii.i.1. 11 a i.iai ..lit) il ls 1101 :
o o J .
.!....,. r. ,:..!, ... it: . 1.... .. :c. 1.-..
yet Lccn emancipated Iron, her "teens. -
hut would .Momiomsm say to this sen-
0O"Guilly or not guiily ?" said a Judge !
to a native ol the l'.meralJ Isle. "Just ns
ycr honor plazr.s. Ii's not (or the likes
o' mc to diclale to j our honor's worship,"
was Ihe reply.
OCrThc poorest business an honest man
con engagn in is lhat of politics for tho
sake of it reward.
CLEARFIELD, WE ONES AY, AUG. J), 185 -
Tin: TOLLIMi Iii:i.L.
Not inanv months ago, in one of inv
Summer rambles, I fi
in v clf on
heaunl'ul Sahhalh morning the giier.t
worthy and intelligent lamily, in a
The early breakfast vas over; parent
and chiliiren had joined in reading a chnp
ter in il.o I'.ihle; Mr. Scd''wic!.. th- heac
of the family had then oll'ered up a fervi nt
at t!. conclusion of . hi; i we a I
arose I rem
our knees; When our cai
d by the elear der'n reals of
the riiiL'ing church bed.
"So late !" exclaimed Mrs.
looking at the ehxd;. "Dar
must he slow ."
That is not the first bell for c
replied her husband solemnly. ''There
has Uen a death in the village, ''he In 11
i g"ing to toll lor Martin Lord 1"
"Such then is bis unhappy end 1" mus
ed his wife. "Well, it will he wronj lo
mourn his deal h. i i b aih wa r vr r
-,- i , - . . , .
mercilu nrovidenen t is so m I os r:m
u,s,t a n,..son . . , , . ,r , r-
. , , ..-.-...
1 asl;(l1- !
Instead of answcriiiT mv nnesiion .11.
r(,CIv Mr. Sedgwick said-
There is a vcrv melancholy hitorv enn.
, . .
",c'Ictl w" l"t young man.
it is now
semi lime since the excitement occasioned
by this strange tragi dy died r.wav ; but
the tolling ol' the lu ll ibis morning mu-t
bring it back forcibly to every h. art.
Perbnps you woidd fr- interested to hr ar
!ho s!..,iy :''
I ( Xpt'o.-H'ii
mi Tati'-n ; u
me the ilct:ii!
I rrdate w i Ii r
iv. y desire to ii'.in 'o lie:
(11 whieh m f.ien d im-
, me the let:ii! ofth" lollowiiin st.rv. w hi
!i.;l,l devi i
M:. r;iu Li-rd w as once the
Icpe of one of the most respe
In s in the village.
Ills amiable dipo-iiion and
P ih'et procured for him umvi r
d oye tin 1
A 1 : lioi: o Ii of a siei,t fiMijip, and pah
i 'J res, winch unncalcd a con-iitaiion
means i,,lut, Martin va, p-maik
his uncommon beauty : and indeed his fin,e
noble I'luehe-el, shaded bv locks of ott
I -row a hair, Ins lartt" express!; e blue eves-,
straiglit ii.-se, with ihist grechtu nostrils,
and ralher vele.ptu' -us tuou.h ; entithd
him in same measure to that ci u.idcra;
Mattin was a creat favciii'c with the
I dies, old and vouii"; but he m ver slnmed
I r..) r...rl ..It!.. ... ttl I
. . .. ...
Isabella was Ihe most thnuehtless ..hi of
our ; lliiiiic.
.'die cc.ild ha;e
ittlo sy mpa-
thv with a person of such deep feelin:
and elevated intellect ns Martin ; and h".au-
; 'i!ul as she was, il sr-emr d strange thai he
! sheu! I have eivr n his lo;e to her. There
is no doubt but sh j was attached to him :
I erha s she loved him ns well as she was
capable of lo; ing an y one ; but in this In-
ol loving any one ; but
as in others, her allectioiisi wire
ndarv to her love of sarcasm and mis- 1
Mjftin and Isabella had hern pointed
out as lovers, by village gossips, for sev
eral mouths ; he was now nineteen, and
she was of the same age when the tragedy
occurred, which the tolling of the bell has
recalled to mv memory.
It was an autumn evening, nearly five
years since, that Isabella look ndvant.tL'e
of I lit: absence of her father to ha;e a so.
ciid gathering iT young pojdo nt their
house. Martin of course was pre--i.! wi'h
the fairest youths and maidens: and 1'. 'u'
under no rtstiaint from the gravity of ihe
clergyman, who was not expected h.-tiii
.p late, the company enjoyed tl
c i us'el v i s
freely with j-sts, songs, and cocial gems.
The hour at which such parties usually
broke up had already passed, and there
was no relaxution in tho gaiety ol the
young people, when some one foolishly'
nn milium im- -.iii.ji.-i i li (;ti is, --uiiioi.mig
of lhat description having been rcporti das
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naymg ccn st en in me vicinity oi mc
i u silly report, said Martin.
l,0'!" can bt-llt,vc lliat a kh ,,,,s re:,1!'
l)i cn sccn ,,K'I'P ' J li"nl't " a P''''s""
here believes at ad in Ihe cxi:
'Vou do, yourscir vou know
t 1 nit i hi vnn r co I t'Ai i L- tnif ti-.t . .
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i M,,t n n! r nr n. 0 ........ I , .
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! rncd wMh. l.ut Martin only laugh.
'J- "t t-me now, ' continued the ihought-
1,-ss J?'1'1' c,ul 'M0VC ,,,ut -vou ll;,ve"!
( He-a that such things may exist. Goto
i the churchyard alonein the dark, and Ihen
i i ,-" .1 . 1 t t.
i declare, it vou can That vou Lave felt no
"And what would that prove?"
"Why, you will be frightened, though
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vou shnn Id sen rtdthinir. X our leu rs ivnn 1,1
' vour belief to the lelt. How could you
c M if. d;(1 no, ftt, lhcre
something lo be afraid of!"'
.ij d0 ,10i mink your loric is the best in
tne WorlJ." replied Martin. laughinz. "Men
niC often troubled yvith rear, when their
i reason tells them there is no cause lo fiear.
j Cut 1 deny, in the first place, that a jour-
ncy o tho churchyard, even at niiJnight,'
'would frighten me in the loast." j
i "Ilow bravely you can talk !" said Is-'
any marked partiality to any one, until be si-bing ol the wind and the rustlin of. 1 ,"" " '"f- iiosmmc .use arc me wcrs oi tne snooting ailair
became intimate with Isabella Asht.tn the the diV autlimn-il leaves a m-.nv siro"- ".'i:Jin" sl'"'t tins doing "as the rest as testified to by Dr. Smith, of Ran Fran
daughter of our Into clergyman, who died cr men mf ht have been He "marched d"' l,as ri",ltd l,""'-4!1,'ds- . Cisco, Adams & Go's express messenger,
of grief about a year o-jo. 'steadily to The churchyard Mopped'a mn' A omil ,s lin'uJ b-v v,c,ousc0"'- nllJ a ,f,f passenger, who, as well as tho
o two beings' could' be more ditThrrn!. mem, prihans lo ,n,'n,llv h, t not' fnnr l':""0MS 10 u'1 1,10 alro, or gaming Hon. Mr. Holland, were in ihe wheel-
TO POLITICS, UTr.I.ATntla, AGRK
.Si 75, il paid within nine months,
ia, indulging in her customary tone ol
sar'MMn. "1 !ui nohud v here b ' 1 i t i s von.
I don"', at any rate. Why, yen hadn't
courage t 1 1 ; . u l. J i , the oilier day, lu help hill
a i-d hit ; your moth, r lold me so !"'
'1 never like to eaie-e or witness pain,
1 if it can be avoided," ausweied Mattin,
! ha ! ha ! w hat an excellent cx-
c"v- ar' ,,r:!Vl' ' ""'!'g!i 'a be sure;
Y'oii are bra
1)1,1 ".nuei-nearteii : i .wio now ; ou uare
111,1 t111" l''e emmuija.u mis nigni aione.
;,ru h.dl" so ourui. "ou:s vou
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wouel nave u; oei
hcihrr you think
vou are r.fraid ol
"hosts or in
M ir;in was r.tr n.ely sensitive
sarrvuni of noborly eer-pt Isabella
lne stiui.; In in so to ihe otjir
1 1 1 1 g
die iriiputatioll of eowa idler-, he was r
to on aimo-t any i!esper.Voa"t trt prove Ins
c-Kiiage. :,il,"sa;. l.e, "although I have
no more !
arsol churchyards and gho-ts,
tin in 1 have c
oreiiaials an.l applr-.trees,
am nrtt rt i n li to wai
to be lau,l,ed a!
I la ! ha ! but you shall not escape so,"'
laughed Isabella. "Here, helore these our
friends, 1 promise that this rinLr shall be
yours," she couiinued, displacing one giv -
en her by an old lever, which Martin had
efteii'ilesired her to pari with, ''provided
you gi to ih'- cleio hyard a!one, in the
d uk, and declare mi your honor, w hen
ym.ro! urn, shut yfni were not in tho least
it, lor the n'
"And ih i ii.
;'.u nee, v u e
lid M-iitin, buttoning hi.s
ht w,as cold.
nee I ha! oil l;o 1 he enti ro
can l.iir.i; htick with o;i the
i yi'ii u ol find ck-so bv the
ii bar w hie
Thus diivcn liy taunts to the eommiss
ion of a folly, M ii'i i took leave i f tin
coi.i any, fid! of courag.: am.
set out en :s erraml.
I: was near a rpiarti r of a mil
i lunch vard. w Inch was nr proael
to i he
1 bv a
uneiy on ary paiti.seiitoin irae;lcd except
.... . . J. . -. -..!..i .. .. I .
i'""""'. i" 1 1-1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 c i s 1 1 ; iniui
happened to alartui on that gloomy road.
I judge f; in the i uciim.'.,ances which af
krwards cam!.' to iight, and coiij"i-ti.ie h,s
a li'uiuie lie..:: hc.ve been as I ant about
P) relate it.
Slight as he was In frame, and tender
in tellings, he was not destitute of courjgo.
I do not
f.dlv. .. i".., ' ,....
. " me one ion ns ones c eain nir
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iillltl V 11 til." ilrtrL- nn- -,ln r.r..,r.H
lor the Stars shone iliir.lv in llin rlorr rv.M
sky; then shouldering the iron bar, of
whah Isabella had spoken, he set out to
lie hadprcceeded about half way, when ,
iu the gloomiest pait of the road, he saw
a white figure emerge from a clump of
widows and conic towards him. It looked
ike a walking rorpse, in a winding sheet,
winch trailed upon the ground. All Mar
tins titrenn'h or nerve was "one in an in
slant. (.ouraro gave place lo desperation,
his hair standing erect, anl his blood run
ning chill with horror: still ho stood his
ground. The sprclredrcw nearer, seem
ing to ro;v whiter and larger ns it np-
preached. We cannot tell what frenv.v
seized upon ihe brain of the unhappy youth
ai that moment.
The guests at the clergyman's house
heard terrific screams. Dreading some
Inge termination of the farce, they rush
ed to tl o spot, en" or the number carry
ing a lantern. They round Martin kneel
ing upon a prostrate figure, his fingers
clu'clfn-' convulsively his throat, while he
still uttered frantic shrieks for he'p. His
wild features exhibited the vcrv extremity
Only two of the most courageous vnun
men uarcri npprocch him. Unc ol them
forced Martin to rrhx his hold on the
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throat of Ihe figure, whilst the other loro
away the fohls ol the sheet. At that mo-
tm-nt, the h"arer of iho lantern erne up.
Ps light fell on ihe blood stained and dis -
tortcd leal, .res of Isabella. Martin uttered
one more oirarthlv shriek and fi ll sense
less 11 nr.: 1 the r.,iawr lie nei-.-r tnol
iigain bat lived an idiot !
t frightful contusion of Isabella's temple
evidence that in his frenzy he had
bore evidence, that in his frenzy
struck the supposed scepter with ihe iro i t'rlul d-allt o! I.ydrophob.a." Theremc- "cr, wmiou. an overnovv ol i,o hde.
bar. The blow was probably ll.c cause ofi dy is to wash the wound imincdi itel v with ,0, 15 ,",n I- a,s employment, pariicu
her death : althouel. si. h a'",asP ns his!""- vinegar and tepid water, dry it, ruid,1'11? calm .ned,ta"or. and agreeable spec
hands must have riven her throat, mi"ht then apply " few drops of muriatic ncid, "!". : is an optimist, a fri-nd to n.i
nh.no drnriv her'of breath He never rl,ich XV1" ,!, s',f,y ,Ilc poison of ibe saliva , "'ro "d domp"''5 fehcity, has no thirst
knew allerwnrd what he had done; for
never n "lenm of reason lllnmlnalp,l tho
darkness of his soul ; and now the tollinc
bell has told us that Heaven, in its mercies
has finally freed 1 ho spirit from its shack
les of clay, and givcth it light and lilc in a
C5.Mrs. Partington savs she was much
elucidated Inst Sunday, on hearing a fine
concourso ou the parody of the prothgiotis
C5A horw exhibition for Ohio and
Pennsylvania is to take plHce at Falem,
Columbiana, co., Ohio, shortly.
TI.Tl Ull, MORALITY, AND PORKIGN AND POMKSTIG lNTI'.I,F.I(iF,N( fl.
and if not paid until lh( ovpiiation ofihc rar N DO will he char-red.
Many year.; ago n ceYhratcd physician,
author of an cnc! len'. work on ihe ellect
of imagination, wified t" combine theory
with practice, in order lo confirm the truth 1
r In j iii-.ii.-i. i!i,m I r lliiwfitw l.r' ir-fMrcil ,
the minister of iu'stlee to allow him to 'try
an expt rimr nl' on a criminal c.on.lemned n compiled from tho evidence oiveii
to death. The minister consented, and!n th'! su,'jr('1 b' Washington Star,
delivered to him an assassin of distin- ar(! as (ollow-:
.uiirhed rank. Our sira,il sought t. srms that Cnptam Smith, of the
culprit, and thus addressed Idin : 'Sir, I American steamer Jlouth, navigating San
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several persons w no are interested m your
family have prevailed on th
ind" not to
reoinreol vou to nioiint llie scaltolu ami
expose yourself to ih" gaze of tho popu
lie btis-, thcrcimc, commuted your
M-ntci.ep, rind i anetion.; your being bled to
1 1 e a 1 h within the in rinels of your rtrison :
i vour ilisolu'ioti will he rtii!ual I'li l free
; j-v () )U')n i
j ' Ti(;' Cl'imill., suIjUli ,,., o )u, falP
univ woM hQ .(,.s (is.
I,,,,,,.,.,! and considered it a favor not to
, be compelled lo walk to the place of exc
I ration, lie was conducted lo the nnooint
ed room, where every preparation was
made beforehand; his e'yr s were bandar-ed
ie was strapped to a table, and at a pre -
! ooiieoi ted signal, four of his veins . were
eently picked wuh the point of a pen.
At each corner or the table was a small
foniv.aiii of water so contrived ns lo now
ireiitlv into basins placid to reeievo it.
The patient belicvin" that it was blood he
heard flowing, gradually became wiak,
and the conversations of the doctors in an
i ndertone rnnfinm'd him in this opinion.
line bio-, 1 " sa, 1 on-- 'What a
man should be conch inued to
I h" w oi l I have livi
a Imi.r time.
'I lush!" said the other, ti;
the fust he asked him in a
low voice, but
as to l e heard b; Ihe criminal, 'how many
pounds of bleed arc there in the human
j b- dv.'
i ' J wenty-fui-r. n-usec alreade nhoul
I ten pounds extracted ; that man is now
, a hopeless state.
i J'he I hysieiatis then receded by denrecs
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;ir, i coii'iiuir-ii to lower ui'ur voices.
The s! illn' ss vv Inch rei
mi nt, 1 rokfii only by
tains the sound of ;vhi
ned in the apait
be dripping (ou li
lt was also lessen-
ed, so nlfi c It il the brain
ol itie p.-or pa.
lietit, that tilihoiitjh a man of very strong
constitution, he fiinted, and died without
having lost a drop of blood.
l .. . n ....... .n 'I I. .....,
ro,,il1' 'r oihr-r haunts ol licentiousness.
n . i- , i i i .- I
lie becomes dissipated, spends us time '
... . I '
uses I -; r il l, yr 1; r:i
Ins credit, frpiandcrs his protcriv.
and at last sinks- into an untimely grave.
What ruined him' Simply "doim' w bat
the rest did." " ' ; however, h.-ing too tall. He is rather of
A father has a familv of sons. He is 1,50 midlllf? siz and somewhat thick-set.
wealthy. Other i hild'i'cn in the same i 1 lls complexion is not too llorid ; at any
situation of hfe do so and so. arc indulged ' ralp 100 "ulcl' ruddiness in voitth is scl
iu thislhingand that. He indulges bis own ' ,,om a si" "'longevity. His hair ap-
in the same way. Thev "row un idlers.
Iiallers, and tons.
. r- 'i
I he fitber wonders
why his children do not succeed better.
He has spent so much money on their ed
ucation, has given them great advantages:
bul, a'as! they are only a source of vexa-
tion and trouble. Poor man, he is j is(
imbi? the nenaltv of",h.inT ns ihe rrsi,ri;- 1113 ''J0' 's rattier iincK than Ion
This pour in -liter s'rives hard to bring
up her .laughters genteely. The) learn
with oJters, to ptiint, to sing, to pdav, to
dance, and several other useless matters:.
In time they mirry, their hus'ianas are
unable to support llteir extravagant'", and
t Sj-V aie sunn redact d to poverty and
wretch dness. 'J'he good woman is aston
ish 'd. "Truly," says sh", "I did as the
The sinner, following the example of
others, puts oil' repentance, und neglects
to prepare for dcalh. He passes tilot'g
through life, till, unawares, death strikes
now. Me has un time left lo
And he goes down lo dest rue-
ti because he was so foolish as lo
as tin; p st di I."
l Pin: or Mau D,,.;s. We find il.o fi.
lowing in an exchange paper : "An Ung,
j lish journal says that an old Saxcn has been
using lor fu'iy years, and with perfect .sue-
I cess!, a remedy for the bi'e of ma.l do"s,
I ''' ""-' n -'C'icy ( which "he has rescued
""".v 'w and cattle from the
or iKiiiralize it, and thecurc in eil'ected. ;"ul-r nonor or ricnes, am oanisiics ou
! thoughts of to-morrow.
CO" A wriler in a whig exchange coin-;
cities in theopinion thata new party should KTlherc Las beet, n riot in Minches
be formed, and pi eposes the nnmo of the ter' "'"J. grown,!; out of .n.-3 city
Republican party.' Thc'Kepublican' tm.no' nilsilonsflM endeavoring to preach in ihe
will do very well, if the Wings aroashnm. s're',s- - Tl,c ,,","or"'ries were driven off
ed of their 'present designation ; but if thry ''' 'll0 ,n"1'-
want lo surprise anybody, they had belter: (KrVVilliam M'P.ee, a resident of Nox
adopt republican principles. ' ubco rottniv, Mississippi, was arrcslej on
CT'fichard Graft, of North Carolina j ll,e 1U,h u"" foJr s;,0.0,in8 ono, of ,,is ne"
aivertisrs Und he has discovered certain &TOC' cnus,n don,,, ,n a few hojr8
and reliable remedy Tor smut in whenl, by 1 GCrChildren strengthen the lovo of mr
a new nnd chemical preja.-hti in of seed. ,ird PrpPle jusl Bs "n 'additional bnr.
Iftru.', it is a moM valuable discovery. ; ne s cnk firmer and water-tisht.
i JMREK 27.
iin: mn in nv at iii!i.T(ivx.
The original cause of tin' insult otlf red
to Major liotlaiiil was the protection he
gave lo Cap'. Smith, whmi the city of
(irevtown fent its Citv Marshall, n iiegio
i;to arrest, and take from the steamer Pro-
I miMlieus. The facts s to Cant. .Smith's
.iiiiiii im i , Mjnii- moiiiiis since uisnnsseu
i 0110 01 "IS n;lIve pilots, named Anion a,
' -" ' " T"-ml oono
i a e, o. i i.io .... r..,. i...,...i.i
, i-uu iv iii,. tit.i nil' nil im. niiM hi i in (iifiu
' eccasion. On ihe down trip of the Kouth,
1 when Mr. Holland was a pflssengercu her,
criming home, she lost most of her rud
der by an accident, r-nd was for ihe most
part steered with setting poles.
' "When about eight miles from San Ju
an she been mo unmanageable in a narrow
channel of deep and rapid water, 'J osave
; her from 'grounding,' Captain Smith or
; (lered her lo lie made fast to a 'buniio,'
(native boat) lying near nt hand, which
Proved 10 bu ,lie boat of Anlonia. Tho
' la,tcr n:.d llw roPc ' tl,c steamer cut loose,
anJ ,sri'-in 0 lonblo barn-lied gun level-
I0U 11 J SI"M" 'plain &num, wfei naa
s,i,d"'S wuh the steamer's wheel ia 1.,
J';ind- A woman on board the bung,
Iwwcvcr, j-iked I he gun from his hand,
tr" l,e ''K-over it, the steamer
.1-.. . r .. .. .
l.'alig loosed horn the bungo, was swept
; df Tilly away by tin-current grounding
on the oth"r si le of the river. In their
t d'oris to rrevent this catastrophe, tho
binds lost two of their selling p .les, near
the bungo, and as soon as possible the
steamer headed ovci sor.s to re. ,;ver them.
"On her Kcond approach towards the
bungo for that purpose the ex-piloi again
seized his gun, an I ordered Copt. Smith
not to approach i.i nrcr, or lie would shoot
lain. He made his threat, and prepared
to carry it into execution, though he saw
that Capt. S. was at Ihe wheel, surrounded
by male and female passengers, and ihe
boat was almost wholly unmanageable.
Smith, finding it impossible to stop her
headway, and leafing that ho would shoot
in the crowd of passengers, stepped oulof
the wheel house instantly, when the ruffian
squatted down, and raised his double bar
relled gun to shout, but S. was too quick
far him, as he seized his ride and shot hint
as he was on the point of nulline tru'iier.
'I" l. t . ,rt
houso at the tune.
I LONG 1,11 El) PLIIi'LE.
I A tinn destined to a long life has a prop-
('r an" "''"-propoitioned stature, wi'mutt.
: pf'ciies raiiier lo ihe lair than Ihe Hack.
ii i .
i its sum is sirong, nut not rough, nm
head is not too big : he has large veins at
the extremities, and his shoulders aro
lather round than ll.it. H;s neck is not
loo long : his abdomen does not project,
"ud his hands arc large but not too deeply
i and his legs are firm and round. He has
also a broad arched chest ; a strong voice,
and the fiicu.ty of retaining his breath
for a long time without didiculty. In gen
eral there is a complete harmony in all
bis p.uK His senses are good, but not
'oo delicate ; his pu!c is slow and regular.
His stomach is excellent, his appetite
g. od, nnd his digestion easy. The joys
of the lahle are 10 him of importance ;
they turn his mind to serenity, and his
soul partakes in the pleasures which they
communicate, lie does not tat for Ihe
snke of eating; but each meal is nn hour
of daily festivity ; u kind of delight attend
ed wi;h iliis advantage, in regard tooth
ers, that it does not make him poorer, but
richer. He i-u!s slowly, and has not loo
much thirst. Too great thirst is always
a sign of rapid self-consumption.
lu general, he is serene, loquacious, ac
tive, su,ecpt,b!e ofjoy, love and hope ; but
insen, ;!(. to (hu impressions of hatred,
""g'T, an I avari'-e. His passions never
hec.ome too violent or destructive. If ho
cvirgives way to anger lie experiences
a youthful gmw of warmth, an artificial