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A COUNTRY LIFE. • • .
-as of 'The VillergeCoguelie,' by Bos s
(Chas. Dickens, Bag.)
nine' a charm to spring when ey'ry
rstingfroin the ground— 4 ,
en lessen showers bring forth the £low'rs,
nd ll is life around. .
er day the fragrant hay
sweetly scents the breeze.
is still. save murm'ring rill
nind of humming bees. -. •
,ran come, with rusty gun
eat of birds we roam;
ig aim, we mark the game.
proudly bear it borne.
tr's night has its delight.
arm'd to bed we go; ~..
:tea day we're hlythe and gay.
t.shootiug in the snow.
try life, without the strife
noise and din of town.
geed;,) take no heed
ten I clie. 0. let me lie
e trees above me wave; - '
1 plants bloom around my tomb. • '
tier country grave.
A 0 ,
Is ill I
POET.—What is in the
Let the Globe look narrowly
s Biddle. There is mischief on
• United States Bank is in the
. . The 'Monster' has an origi.
n - the last linickeibocker,
ith permission' and a piece-, of
to his little daughter Meta—
e!) to the memory of BooLE,
Not he whose shadow fries
angtued Scotchatea's eyes:*
eased public } waiter at wed. '
I les, funerals, da.. long known to
elphians. The! whole is full_ef
matte points, 4nd the verse is
. flowing. We give a passage
field agai ,
,but to a
, moot :
ieenss the blushipgimaiden wed,
y care the suppertread;
toned only were t tbo
eathen squalls our ears an 3
r finished, cakes and wine
ren' by any . hand. thme;
Maims Maud e'en were meant,
Su aid the Bogle grant 'r
mpe' the dead might rise.
it upon himself his eyes.
:4antlalling the black array.
Vitt the sadness of the day;
how grief should he genteel.
tees alsodkl seem tolfeet
eneschall 'tic dune to trace
his proper look and place.
remains; haW hi hand
Wdeee lC .
Lo r p
HON , a
Jess glows, sod fitly shape.
of face the length of crape.
erect. with lofty tread.
scarf streaming Creak his head. o
h his groups in order m set, _
e them, grief-wise. . iitthe street;
o'er the solemn aw,
Chesterfield of wo.,'
Le d fo)r
social, when we dee
ry talk and watery tea.
by inches in that strait
sideboard and a grate,
uplift: and blower eight. -
at font fire-fiend, anthracite.
ile o'er the weary . hattm
mf sweet* incessant ithowers,
relief from noise mid foam.
rea l pound-cake warns no home."
le o • • !. •
ocial4 - . 'bine since' day
pi l e
line was sired by w delay.
has-found the ha chance. .
'waiting to advarm -
al into. cocluettes so rude
t hope to be pnra md.
nature waits on 114
ftlitialW on thee the'call,
/A 0 ocean the wale.
rbillbeehers push. to wan."
iciadea as ird a:
riper years may, . w
is world's (Rota show; ,- • .-
as in mine- dud)
be.bocand 'hies slold.
both, as'twas of Id: „,
And mint-stick. the made. i:„. ,a.
ito beaght, wane - wei*tark 4 ..'.
4 heans, the forms ' • . 4 ' '..,-
joy and grace be re.
, bright, as soft the .
S 4. mill
Fro pa wi
Th fa rtj
In thq t
As tine thi
iclphia Pubficl4ger, which ii'
k lotta-fifineildis in **article re- j
fforta !slaking by New York "kw
'ennsYlrania.say • "Who that hilis
'laic/ rot New Yo k for some year
t that .is dl the hind shouted: in
I echoed in W ingtosi, a ga i ns t
Lie , * :Bank as a Stnte mediation. 01
le Cop_hlity of the toolitieians sad
Few t York, *tiro lof paving the
ial bank =ow tbeinselvea.—
obt that while or citizens and
Absorber! ap thil,,, joins, able game
lidgetti:lfiey fare . 'danger of be=
f y their shrewder. re active and
I OZPR I l a il
iiie alum Amigo*
eiiiitiViillian 7 figia yeari,—a
ion:ate:it by, tbe, wit ,goverg•
cd in New Yo rk, shag .1,
more of this op Woo to U. &
politicians. o leafers.7-4a
venting ; the
compete! w ith
past, tan do
New Yoik al
the United Si
tiginated in t
of mali t t y lg Pt
mg am tted
meat, ono! lo
Banks, Om it
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Exchange at New York, on London,
5i a 6 per . cent. premium.
4 Young Motiter.l—The Leeds Timei says,
that a girl of that town, aged oUlyistirteen years
and two months, was lately delivered of a fine
: Married—`At Newark, Mr. W: Wright, to
Miss Hannah W411o*:-4
For her, "w hatever ii; is Wright;'
And so, content. she seeks her pillow
"Content!" Now—thinking with delight, •
Tbitt4i' he no more shall "wear the IViarn."
In the small lawn of Abitort.74loor resides a
surgeon who in the space of t hirty-five years'
practice, has - brought 6,000 -children into the
world, without loosing one patientw—Cusettertand
P aquel. •
On Tueadtiv, at Preston, a good-loo&inS9onng
woman, named Ann Huntingdon, wag charged
by a reverend gentleman, with following bill] a-
Aloe; and otherwise annoying him. It came out
in evidence that the defendant bad got jinto her
head that she was love" with the reverend
gentlemen, and war constantly endesiouring to
impress that fact upon him. She. also 'said, in
the hearing of one witnesa. that if the complain
ant would not "love her" she would have his life.
The defendant, .in her defence,
.said she had
formed an attachment to Mr. Harrriron end could
not avoid doing as she had done.
Married.—At St. George's Hanover-samare;
sir W alter Roc k cliff ,Fakilier„ Bart.. of Si...fames'
street, to the Right li-lonorable - the Lady Mary
Octavo Somerset, daughteiof the late sister to
tha present Duke of Beaufort:-
01 all the sceneilat famed St. George's alter
The one that's here leaves all the rest ja lurch:
For here, unhesitiitingly, does Walter,
With Mary, tarno Somerset in Church.
Elopement.--Sunday a young lady, daughter
of a Government Officer, in a town ~ n ot many
miles east of Exeter, eloped from her father's
house, in the evening, about 7, with J.
a druggist in a neighbouring town, As seam as
I , their flight became known, the father of the 'air
one proceeded after themoind succeeded in find
• Ing them, at an inn in Exeter, just as their sup
, per was finished, and they were prepating for
! bed. The parent took his daughter with him.
after a little resistance on the part of her lover;
and the young lady rsotlleing of age, is closely
confined, but is Setermined, it is - said, as soon as
she can get free, to have him dead or alive.—
Ptymosta Joisrmif. •
The Countess' of Essext-depat fel this life on
Tuesday eventigr„ ~a 4 her house in Mill sheet,
Berkeley squat The poor have loat a great
A vestimmber of labourers are stated *Ow
ing out of employ' in Sussex, while the Weds
throe boat the greaterpigt of the stme comity
are in such a wretched site as to be io many
The consumption of geld for gilding at the ra
tions potteries is said to amount to Oftwarde of
X6OO a week. and the constimptionW.-eoais:tn
the same period is abont.Boo tons.--Hampskire
On Friday, the Rev. Joseph Mainvvaring of
Brombrow,"held reni audit, and returned the
tenants ten per cent on their respective amounts.
It is rather singular thap Moore, in his Alma
'nac for last year, sags—`L do not like the heav
y-, scowling aspect Of some of the plan4s
Canada; we shad, for some time, have idifleult
games play in that climate of fogs,-Ind cabala,
and intrignes"—Derkent Chronicle. ' •
A Venerable Coeple.—There are new living 1
at North Brierlv, Jonas sad Efiiibelli Booth.—
age of the former is 90. and thatbf his wife
They - havelicett - indiried
'is totally .blind. and his 'wife is totally deaf.—
Adatteiwon 'of Flour and Tea.—Mr. i Clarke.
the operator atApritheear;eie Hall, has been en
gaged by the direction of tha;,Lords .ee the Ad
miralty in analysing 1467 sacks of flout which
were lately lying in warehouses 'at Hull,—
tie took 'samples from each sack, Indio wane he
found that upwards of a third was plaster apex.
is and ground bones, two of the most abomina
ble ingredients, andwhich the stomach efneither
man nor beast is carrshle of digesting. Ho sent
specimens of this stuff baked, in many of its pro
cessea, to the Lords of the Admiralty. The per-
Wins who owned it. and who were about to send
it to Spain Of Portugal. were fined to the penal.
ty of .£lO,OOO. Mr. Clarke has also analysed
some Souchong tea, and found there was 25
per cent of lead ore in it.--Ideds Inielligenter.
Curious . Staffing of a Geose.—A laughable Mr.
, suniatanee occurred at Barnsley. at the cottage of
a laboring man called Gibbing. The - story runs
thus—A relation of Gibbing, who lives in Man
ichester, sent him a goose; disappearance led Gi
b to believe that goosey was ready theippit.
After it had hung before the fire - about twenty
mioatee. a neighbdur of Giblains popped in to
hage a peep at his present, who anon discovered
by.theappearaticeof the glary'-thataß Will'il° l/
right. Gibbipr. syll - bactirt,praviubsly observed
it, was struelewith ihe' same 'lmpression, and
had it irnapdiately.takere Bids. thertre and o-
pened, when the following articles were fo
aide of the goose, which biii been itut_theWuo
doubt, with a view to save expenser.7lPe Vat
*Bele Met with was aletter direetatfetglikikos
tile for his sister,. and 1 third fora
'Bon, thirty shillings for hale yearlfhisA a iet
*knitting needles, a print hr bee Mary going
biluneession to Guildhall, two God rey .bottles.
iderain hanks,uf thread.' a receipt
I #w, i-set of Christmas
h " tome confeetliansury
Neal Mae of defrauding the Resernss.—A;
i laffy Sal. Inne ire on a
visit to twerWieriiiii, made the' foutiwing simple
wrrenginkfunt `with berasstotbeimode ctdoiia ti
uicatiag'euelhigewee without , %earring , *date
all nastil„ be Wes toiiiend her a tiewepapwr
whitessodf" risabiedonier4 s- and irotherwiee,
"MIILIMwde inirlueir bitterness shwa= to
Great Dinner -in -11ablift.,A, - orblk
dinner *ail given; ori" dig 'I Weed' 46iiatt
toMepst).„o l Co, nnell; fintton;ard"tvans,
Etna Illrehazon, the members ktbe
cily and county
. of Dublin, at the Theatre
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POTTSV I LLB, P 4 WEWIESDAYMORNING,' A PRtiri I. 183 S.
Royal. 'Lind Choilemont, presided. The
price of the tickets: iris £2.
resiperemee Aloiree..--Thefaurth smut.
al soiree of the Hirkinriohi Temperance
Society, was heldin Citriatj's Mime) heuse
near Ballymena, on the lkth of January !
Appropriate addresses were delivered by
the Rev'. Messrs. C. Houston, H. Hared !
Mt and Mr. Samuel - IEI4 ,rue! twenty -
Nur persona desired - their names to be
entered on the iittolfthe Temperance So
Dr. O'Callaghan, one of the leaders of
the Canadian rebels,• is from,: Mallow, in
the county of Cork, whero-bitifether car
ried on the banking business. He was
`bred an apothecary, and his only brother
was a priest of the Roman Catholic
church.—Lisse,rieit paper. .
Aoergeant of t Enniskillen Dragoons
at Truro is reduced to the ranks for in
toxication on duty. . •
During the month of November, there
were a hundretpersons committed to the
Nenagh Bridewell for appearing in the
streets in a state of intoxicath
.The Rev. Mr.,reeny, .pt
Kiltolla, received' no leapAV**
vests from the Protestant '
Catholic church, within the last - t lve
No cren have. been killed an Limerick
this mama by mutilate. for export; a eir
carnstance unknown in Limerick for the
A public meeting of the to nbitarits of
Drogheda took plaai in the Linen '
nn Sunday, at which a series of retiolutions '
and a petition deprecating a war with the
Canadians, as both unjust and impolitic,
were moved, seconded, and carried with
ont a dissenting voice. . ,
,The Mining Company of Ireland has
netted 9,140/, profit in the lag; six months.
Confliction of a Workinsii.--On Mon-
day, Thdllhas M'WilliantS„ forwarding
book-binder, appeared before the beiich ofd
magistrates, police-office, to-meaner the
complaint of Mr. Marcus. Wardi stitioner
and book-hinder, for baying suitlitif his
employment, contrary to his written agree
ment, ant having-engaged himself with a
person earned M'Onsgor, - in the same line
oft business. He was convicted of the
°Sim* chargeik. and sentenced to - one
month's imprisontlient intim bouie iircor
reetion; where he r ,now remains.
( Surprising Leep.—A, foal,*(Niairod,)
eight months old, the property of William
Atkinson, Esq. of Kilmore;tn the county
of! Armagh, bred from a half-bred mare
and thorough-bred horse, made a most ex
treordinaly a few days ago, surpass
ing anythin g the kind which- ever oc
curred. even in that sporting . asentry.
This noble and spirited animal sprang
over a will eight and a half feet in height;
the distaaCe between the spot where he
arose and that en which lit r alighted (a
hard - frozen stone road) exceeded thirty
feet. After performing this feat, which
was done done in the presence of several
respectable geritlemen, Nimrod trotted off
as lift y as whelilet came 'to dot leap.
iitertainment to Workssee.—On Fri -
da :, the liberal proprietor of the Holyrood
"lilt Glais-works gave an entertainment
to ihe workmen in hie employ, when up
wo-ds of. one hundred and thirty were
reialed. On the proprietor's health being -It
d 1 k by them, be expressed himself in
re : handsome terms, commending the
uniform and Mideriaring propriety which
bad marked their coeduct on all Gm:miaow
and, throughout thuevening,. which was
displayed;belress Maler afd men.
On Saturday, the large room in the
Aseembly Rooms, Georg Street, Edin
. berth, was wooded-to ekeese t ta witness
thetplesentation of the eilver ireee'to John
WOO 4, Req. advocate, subscribed . 11 the
tried of education theoegbouttbe coon
try,l io testimony of , his - nnwieriedOaer-
Oat and. groat soocemr in the troporteit
•i • ':, i
The 410101 beet the birches i rate,
Shigased•Steekisti.—lt was dated that
some of our Soya' itountruieis hattAnt
' smiled so London tiveileipiiiiffnigiencl,
khowie ry , ofs very Beh4lorool)tivitiitfor Pre
oentetiort to her Majesty :iirifitiOnocheit s r
l of :Kent- We hare now rbei , tikitinie to
lan mice, that not oily belie theyMagni
oft menages alkided - toiwieti PloaSictriO
- . ivis;ln - the mOsi giecituriiatiner; this.
monrof the loyeltY and offeetietife
respeet orbor colittirioviette,•lait tier 'ea:.
jest ' bee actnitllreeiAtittitter terielf the
of eifewiele: fitiltaiiiy . OfOiet-,
• Amod bootrrdettedi !doilies paint: of the
Aeoeriptior 4 ofiitoleithge to* iiiide
40f er'aitiVoei.i AretkieettiblittEtoiti4
, andleibiektee)db . Atir'inise. - 'l . Oiit . rtibitb*
;MO her snejeitro'grit!ii# pattilateur
to t e tothistry of the &make pc Matron of
oar islands. Shetland hosiery, especially
of the gilitdescriptinn, is likely to become
very fiiihrtieiltle in londoil• aed• we, are
assured that, besides the Queen's order,
some ether . , hgye already arrived, and nits
jn pititicubtr from a lady of high quality,
Jor a considejabli!gumbet of pairs.
Oirney aSa 'Shetland Journal. tl
Peas net Genlwallg
_the bare idea of drowning a fish may ap.
pear to the mat an utter absurdity, the
thing is not only possible but easy. It is
true fishes are perfectly helpless when out
of their proper element, and will not'drown
wen afloat if left to the 'gradate:tutor their
own instinc t ; .bnt if a grilso,• salmon, or
trout, or in!short any other species of fish.
whet newly taken from the net, is held
with ita.tail-up:, and imsnout down -to the
streptil drowns, we ounderstaod, almost
el': Thittaturiment has been
often tried,: and, but that a thump`On the
head is 'easier, wall& be resorted tit by
Piscators for the purpose of putting funny
captives to Aeath.--(Dumfries Cour.
Swansea: Market, during the late sipiere
weathev was abundantly supplied with
wild fowl and game. Wild geese sold for
half.a.crowr ; wild ducks, two shilliegs a
couple ; tfiidegeon, one shilling and ilree
pence a couple ; teals for-one shilling a
couple ; sod . wciixlcotks at half- a ctown
a couple. 'A flock of upwards of twenty
wild geese! passed over Swansea to the.
westward ip the beginning of the week.—
Several wild swans have been shot in the
neiehbourh!ziod of Cowbridge. —Cuntliristri
On the Sl.sth,. Mnr. Cutter of the Crown
inn, Hereford, was safely aelivered of a
fine boy, who , entered the world with two
tedk in his Imoutb..—Cambrian.
Temperance in ia.,-Aard Frost.--The
advantages t to a working man's family of
renouncing the ale-bench, and saving a
portico) of every week's wag% has been'
reem*lilliasttated in theism* of a pow
numemployed at tfie Manpuisi of Bute's
new dna', Cardiff; whilst large numbers
of the workmen, who have been throyen
out-ofemploy by the Iste hard frost. have .
been without a penny - to buy breed foie
their, Aunty facnitimt, though previously
earninifrom 24a. to 255.. weekly. Thet
workmin alluded to, basing some, menthe
ago Ml:tilted the wise resolution of having
no dealings;at the aleboden, bad saved up'
a 'sufficient store to supply his family with
comfortable food throughout the fiost. and
~.ort only ite,.but he would not base exhaust
his "reserved fund" bad the icy usurper
kept possession of the soil for weeks lon
ger. Who can help contrasting this bon
est manta Wrings, in looking ar his faniily,
sliariortheir bumble but sufficient daily
meals, the fruit of his industry -and pru
dence, ;ritlt the self of the
drunkard and spendthrift, gazing on a ram
ishieg wife and children, andremembering!
the past weekly waste. which would mow I
more than meet their Vecessitim. -
Died.- 4)n the 18th of ttollywell, Stan
advanced age, and after a lingering illness,
which . shellfire with Christian fortitude
and resignation to the divine will, Mrs.
Annal.Willlams, 'widow, mother of the
Welsh bird; Jones, (Gwenffrwd; who
died at Mobile, Alabama, United States.
The ernvernment contract for the sup-;
ply of her Majesty's navy with 100,000
gallons: of rani this year was taken on
.Thuraday, much higher than bas been
imam for many years, owing to the anti.
sold scarcity of ram in the kingdom.—
The accepted tenders were at from 2s, 10
I'ld 'to 2a t 1 1-2 d per proof gallon; to
be deliiered at the Victualling yard, Dept.
respectable farmer in
'linty betrotbed l to e k
)11 ? orhood of Teaby;
mewing about three
treat, a, - .befo ' ,ihe.day appointed for , the
marriage;asaio turned on biases:tom&
iii ; w
SiSty4.4 Wa ,ut besitatinn,lxt th e ground
.o'4 Aiiiing toogreat . a sacrifice ,to lose
Mich. amine- young Man out wf the it*ty;' .
and, on she( day named' far the
,th, lettg:4) o : 4 o l Ke 6 . _ 7
-' On iVedn ay Wetting; nine men and
rfl A r v.lie ,- - „,,I. l _#o . 11 0.0triiithe
-i.r.k.titi", . : •PpwirTetiteek teettnel of j
,4 014 , itip Awl: sec ede d from Abeam i
siutp* etFrie ' t , - arm nt ttriadio. 61 4 ,4
congrep - Thii - *44 , "wai'Clitiided
with spectators.—Brista Arwrori.
incident - happened on
'Janelly irailway in
licit- David inane
aurir liver. In cut.
'Wm-coal district, the
Ail were rea
m above :nailed.
wets found totally
ft • • ..teq.:cWe an pleaied fo
Alabers - 41 - • • indietrioue gatemen
.; He item •e a long and 4 very abbe
[Ol ihe.,eapili ti oir 4 aod warpseta of
5e,1 . 42 4 is tile coma:wealth, vhicit
is said tol iiii . warthy of hii head see—beast. The
system 14 seperinteeds is one of the highest
coesideratiOn. and deserves the attention the
thug gitteratioa.—Jsuriato ReialtL
4 7 ' ip Job. —Mi. Adams has "pretty con
sidere'rl i! alarmed the U. S. House of Represen•
wives. a motion to have Printed all the. pc
titions atailltiim ari&Texas. which bwm teen
preae during the last and 'present otteedotr ,
end,liid n the table ettufer.theo.inhinons, vetoer.
Palen." ..Thamorrespoodent of the Ni. York' A-
merican ye, touching this spatter, or rather
mess of kitter: "I have just been iloltinrct the
~..., w ich is the 'depository. end for no other
purpose.' of thisti'petitipna. Its dimensions _ are
!boot feet by .10, end high in. propdrtioni
. . . .. .
ey are, closely paeliti, and reaching to
g,. The poorclerk was nearly- fright.
'of his wits. He said It would take
e, el kiwi *year, to comply with the
1, should it pass. Such • document
e,•.b4ck of Hercules, and Tire
iber `to trunk one to his eonstitailots.
astir General would base to hire four
for their conveyas?ce." —Boston
th rut .oceilindrei.Bfe Andeitst' aie4 a
little girl. n Bayard street wu yesterday cradled
or emoth red to death by her drunken father who
had thro • m himself upon hei on the bed, and
thou ondonsciously committed murder opod his
owe . chili from the state of insensibility to which
be wa. r duced by his beastly panned for, liquor.
N. Y. par.
G F.ORO E • WILSOIs4 .. TII E FEMALE
1 HORSE THIEF:' '
The jernble in men's clothing who was
taken ui for Horse stealing a few weeks
ago, wail sentenced to two years imprison;
ment iniour Penitentiary, where she is now
enduring the ' penalty of the crime. The
only naMe that she will give is George
Thisfemile is ,certainly a very extraor
dinary iiidividual,land• her' personal adven
tures, if she could be induced to relete
them viould doubtless form a volume of
uncomiron interest . But she is silent on i
almost very particular in relation to her- 1
self . few things mentioned to her fet ,
lon , p tiers have been repeated , and they
only c r y ate a desire to know Note of her
charge r and luatory. , At a very , early,
thirteen or foUrteen, she *ruined
male aire,,yrbieli ,she has worn with but
one or wo brief ihtermilisinne for nine ior
-ten yea, undiscoiered. She entered very
young air a sitilot ‘ frefore the mast, and hair
crospeitile deeari', in that capacity eight or
nine tidm--. For4stealing, she was some
time since confined in the,New York state
prison tor two years fifteen months of
which tame was pissed in solitary confine
ment. !While there, she steadily. refused
to wOr4, and every effort of punishment
or persuesion fmileil to have the least effect
upon' Mir. The solitary confinement was
resort 'to for,thdipbreinse of breaking her
determided spirit, ut, it was vain. Lash
ings on be bare ck, a regimen of - bread
and coat r 'for w at a time., and various
other p nisbmentS were resorted to, but
she rempined untnove,able in her determi,
nation nice to work, and was Only rdievedi,
at time, from thia. severe treatment by
direetiofi -of.--the physician, who frequently'
found miters yielding to severity, until the
term °flier imprisonment expired. - ~- -
Instate, she is equallyjncorr%ible.
No pun hment which has yet been inflict
ed, or k
persuasion that has been offer
ed can "aye her from her fixed resolution
not to Wink while imprisoned. Under the
severesti . pnbilhmen . t, she shows net the,
slightes sign of anger or emotion ; and
will ctrl t o receive the lash with as, much
apparentunconcern' as though she,were!
going t bed-nor dims she cringe
the stro e. Her determined,penreverauce ? ,
is a son _ of tnirch pain to thrs.keeper,
Who ciot allow Irani* insubordination.
and has therefore Ito inflict snub punish
the regnliitioril of the institution -,
demand in cases where prisoners refined'
to work 1
In eta ure she is! somewhere about five
feet eig t inches, 'nod as 'witanctiler, as a'
.pugilist, Her fapellookolikedtbie facisof a
man. does show any thin, !ilie a 1
wicker) irit;, hu * nettled , str.en, and .
thought h-never hitiegitito n . swan,
- She of ' Itsibes tintbifirof vibnitilis,
'Work: his , can binitlle' a needle' with iio '
further- :levity tifiati` trill enable her •to .
'saw a , ton' tin liner nintaßion4 IShe
openly true-her Ideterminititm tcilitind
srhene, shireann t 'find Suitable entian y - .
ment in e tch to ' ill jellying: A' fear
wc i ti
*twit ' ' jibe in tilltimbre,litid be-,
ing closely pets !lir the minions or die
la w , c ged hes I' thing' f'4, friziafdpil;
' , -,•: • ~. ; • .. Y , 4:,:-.)
tit 'and tenisinid , ge* - 60' of 44.
Point, itshe cold - rely Wintilin of t:-
Take - a li in• I .tsbe is 4 .l ingglarned l
lii .. cr ea tur e , .. qiltsettingat Oencitt!
11 iiii' itat#lo. l l l o. 3 l-.**candsran*lne
the ben [berme/pa ifTpeirition t eegard-!
Jew of - easthi-er'. ' -- Of thollitioje '
world. beim lin', 7 w oos! by, bit*,
and h as " '- , Winn - artist-J .. l' g
heriih rittitiftutd libel *ben she re=
nue to native try..—Batt. Gas.
NEW MAIL ARRANGEM •i
I Mail CM, CallitniCted order :
trop or the Post Office I
now nutmeg on the -rail toads
Washington and Philadelphia. T
tain twc apartments, one ap - propria
theeac modatipo oI the great 1
the nth r to the way mails, and a P
ficoA ni. The latter apartment is
up wad boxes, labelled with the nil
all the 5 II offices on or near the nti
tines... It bus alao a letter, box
into. illicit - letters- maths put up_ I
moment of diming the cam, and int
on the road:
ThrAgent of the P. p at Otte* ' 7,_: •
mencattends the mail from.* P r : !Of
fices at the ends drill* route; and - - it
safely deposited in his car. As' ~ : , 'se
the cars start, he opens the letter be i .d
takes out all the letters, meriting tbeni,so
as to` designate the place W i Pertt,hg;... '
pielh. He then opens, th e e ; r
and distribbtes its contents into-thet ' I
boxes. As the cars approach i • P f
fie*, the Agent takes out the. elate of
the proper box end puts them into a.
The etigipeer elliekeer the *Peed' ° be
traits, and the Agent handailherpo . to
the post master, or carrier,. who
side the track to take it, --receding':, '
him, at the same time, another pouch, kb
the matter to be sent from that Jae
Thii..The.. Agent immediately opens, id
distributes its contents into the Kelm'
es.. Having aupplied dins all.the,,wxy .
fires, the 'Agent. when ' a rrived glib '
of the route, sees the ' mail safely de '
into the Post Office.
The mail leaves Washington. at q -
clock, A. M. All letter Writers eboul jf
possible, put their letters inta . the Peet Of
fice the preceding' evening« The I
box at the cars will not be open Until
5 o'clock in the morning. Itts not a
office; and letters will not be received it it
while the post office is open. . Itiyobjobt is
to allow allpersons, until dia l lastmonmiti,. t
before departure, to send letterithflittil,
.even though the mail haat:leen , ele.rid If
the post office; sod even piscO. ,in, Abe_ r.
Thiletter box will bagmen a ft er the 1
closes in the post office at Baltimore,
all the intermediate points. i Made!
cannot it present enjoy advantagas4 y,
because the cars dci not tun hit° theca* ~
In this arrangement, the Poet Offien
pertinent has sought to give;the..
security tor the mails, and te *ford
community , the best possible accom a
don. frlWell executed, the plan mnet
most the perfection of mail arrant:lmm
, It is intended, when it can be onivenien ly
done, to atend a similar iirrauivimiti t
1 through to New York.—qipbe. 3.... : 1
I , '
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Wetheriltt & Thietiter,
' AT THE OLD STA*D'
No. 65 NORTH FRONT STHEIT,
;.„ EAST SLOE,'
Tama Dooattj mom rats Commit or AWI
White Lead dry aedt Calomel.- •
ground in Oil, S Red Precept.
Red Lead, mite dia:P
Litleario Vitriol Ala..
& Q M • '
do Green 'Van. —_,
do Red Ether p l a r g'.4.
&gar Lead . do Mille -
Copera . n . -.
01. Vitnol Co
Aq. Fo rt is • Acit. Morpbta
211atialic Acid Solph. Ale ,- •- tr....
Epson" Sohn Lac
Tint. Acid til t pi. de
Sop -Cask Soda
1 Canoe, Sub. Mere. • Etbiops da.
Refiners ofebampnor, Salt Nitre..
Or for - eale the above inentoonad
vibe, widi a maid anionnient or radii,
and DyeStaffa. and army other Aid" in the
carand Medicinal line.,
Siang uoranfattarcre earl*" stib l :lit -
under tha above bead, dig pledge th i ginelotatio II
Flii their Picoda and the potalicon nioa
R tic tilft
Window , Milne Glass m 0
Oct St 1113•1 6
WILL BE SOL.BI • -
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At Priirsiteellaki:: -,,
A gaol two soutirslhaose and --Ittof '.", 1, 4
Shoat" on Matra street. The 101,, Xi flok
On Centre street, and 230 feetifesi, • 0 a
.the 'Mona Carbon Rail. Road---114,Hoaierni 1
anootiolly built, and-well eitnated fnratiAll '
public tnistness. t . • 1 ~..,:.' ?.,'-•
Tyro iiiod two story fnuao. lower all kip
f r o atw, sftuate in Bsalty's iiiiii,-Y .
Streit. ' Each house unitlot Is 20 '_l2l*
, booms are well finished 'Wilk
to eta bowie. wig grin nitanted_44 rision-
Dem otri of teat. t'Allet thn , ,
irUrtisikdd 44iry irsap-Air term ; sank
-isni 11)01fto • . - I. r AlifDitt‘ir VMS A
... -Jaa 6- , 1 -.- '- • ^ mihimtaii* z , -
.04W AT •THE
their &lead -
they lon taken
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4htai they"iiiY - .
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