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JOUN NII,VER •
rv.%ICF.S pleasure in inlorming his mends and the
A. public. that, he continues his lir./ECTORY under
the "Penneylvahia Haq." in P.trsville. Ile hopes
his past reputation for "keeping a respectable Estab
lishment: acquired during the experience of:. years
in the s.ime tine of business. and a desirt. to please.
-may meat a continuance of their labors and isat:ln
JOHN SILVER has made arrangements with Mr.
Robert Harmer. of the ot:ornuco me, - N 0.44, Non h
Third street, Philadelphia for a supply of all the
delicacies which the Philadeiphia. market can afford
daring the Summer season.
Bill of Fare.
Roast Reef. cold,
Corned do d•,
Fried Hem S Etrgs,
Grren Turtle Soup,
Ci rdinPft, • ,
Fresh P.ekled Salmon
Old Madeira %Vine. per bottle.. . 150
-Old Pale Sherry.‘Vone.' do 1 50
Old lirosn-u. • • do do I 50
Old l'.,rt do do -1 50
041 I...aban do —do -1 00
Chtm...allne. (Paimettes,) Vio . 200
London Benwo Stout. ~. +do 3:; i
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Pepper's.S .tr. Seeherit.-XX Pale Ale
Apartments are always in readiness for Supper
Parters,&c and those who call mar expect to receive
Pottsville. May 11. 1838. •
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A BEAUTIFUL HEIR OF HAIR
I . the grandest orna.peni na to the human
frairte. How sarang • the loss rd it changes the
coui.te•ianee rind prematurely litat,gs 011 the At I ear
atice a! old n - hit h Caine,/ many n, ieroil at being -
uticovered ands iirte'ones r.en 1., Si/rlll m,elrty to .1.•
rad the jeirs tad .users nt her arq/saintance: the re
my nder of the r hip. ire co.t s/tali. ittls spent in re
retne.t. In start dot es en the liiss of property fills
the gene...nos 'hulking ainith .nth that heavy. sinking
gloona3S dives the torts of hie. hair To avert alt these
unnieasint ClMUMP , ances R A 1.31 tiF
Alai A. sin is the her h. .alt ete off on the first
- aptiltsation aunt a lea Imott.e. restores d ay.'s. It
likewise prodttees eyel s and in his/Ice's preys-nu
the hut from turn•ng res. mites it Carl beautefu -y.
and trees it from scurf unser or' he
Brat respeetabillty in en iteart of the sonic of Oidr t3;e's
B a l m . are s hown In the iiroprteiors
• • .7-• Read tie .a
ROBERT Wll RltIN. Esq late Nla,or n nma.c_
de , ehia. has certifiasi as niv tie seen isiliter, to the
high ef sr s_ter the f/alonang gentlimen
the tin hereby cer.fv ,r e
tie Sam 0./Cialuculostlnishinvertsl Ay J and
have founJ sersicasaahle ...only as a lines:en
tire against.the faking ..tlpf tie. not tlsa a certain re
storative., %V 1. Tti wti ER, senior,
Aiethodtst Minister in Si t_;,..ea. charge.
No Sti North r ifthsistreet.
P INGLF-S. 331 Arch ioiert:
JJR N D. P. 1014 %S. Si 0 1 3 Race si.
Jt) IN S FT.RKY. lot Spruce sr.
‘ll Mc 'CROY. 243 =. 4 oiith id st.
3011 \ G 1110, Jr. 123 Arch at.
"The aged ; aa,d Hia tt who persist in wearing wigs.
may not a I WA ,5 ienct its resioratire quahties: vet
it win cer.aiiity raise its s - ittues in the estimation ofthe
public, when it is known that three of The abovesign
ers are more Chap 50 years of age, and the omens not
leas than 30.
' [From the NI y r
CoxiXON IN CA I.TH 0 • Ng% ssirt.vastia.
I. RORE,RT AVE ART. /N ht.iyor of said city of
ribladeipbm.tki hereby certif that lam well acquaint
evil with Messrs : J. P John S.l nrey.mnd Hugh
hlcCurdy. whose names are signed to tie shove certi
ficate. that they are gentlemen of Character sod
aWtalolllC. and as much Cull credit should be given
to the said certificate-
In witness whereof. I harts hereunto act in, hand,
and caused the sealer the city to be affixed this
71.. S.] math day of December. kg.
ROBERT WHARTON. Mayor.
Cal Man. —None genuine without a splendid tarsi
ezmted wrapper of Falla of Niagra, with agents
wb..!esale and mail by Coarktock.andCa. 2 Fletch
er Street New Yo:k aid retailed by
W. T. EATING.
Potts - vale, Joli 25, 183 a
10fb PAIR of Blanket, of various quaply's
sad prices. joist opened-and for sale by
MILLER & MAGG ERTY •
P;ltavilliv. Sept. 46.• 183111.
I WILL TZACH YOU TO ma
Corner of Centre s . add NotaltrioSirekto Pottsville
flpfl4 subscribers .respectfully announce
friends! and the public Eel:wittily, that
they have taken the store formerly occupied by
Jacob Bull & Co.. corner of Centre end Market
-treetii, where they are now ptovided witha choice.
ansortment of ,
I DrS' 'floods; •
Groceries, • • • •
which they are detertnined t swell at the very low.
est prices. HAZZARD & STRAHCH.
N. 8.. All kiitds of Country Produce taken at
the-highest market prices.
April 1 ' 2-6
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.11. ND POTTWITILLEVENER. _ AL,Aii VE TISEIt -
xr, iras DOWZLAI 0/ ;Tat LAILTHAND BIING 00T710111 TWIC 0•0110/011 OF Tlil 1110UNTth01; ItZTALS NEIGH WILLOVISTSFAIniI OUR RUM AND Etailter iLI, 4)011t
CALL AT THE
►vtlE Pubscribier has jhat received and offers
- 1 •• Mr sale
• 4 keyed German Flutes, plain, •
kir,iage.t. - Fihs, Strings and Boar-bair.
Violin Rows-4xtra finish. •
He respectfully invites the .publie•to call alai
examine his static.
JOHN S. C. MARTIN
may 5, I ELV
Wetherill & Brother,
No. 8.5”, NORTH FRONT STREET,
TIMER DOORS *ROIII THr CA3k1417:1 or ARCH ST
A NIT PACTU It ERS OF
%%lute Lead dry and t Calomel. •
gioand in CU. S Red .Precipt,
Red Lead, White do
Ltl barge. Vitriol Mb
Chronic Yellow, Sulp. Quinine
do Green Tart. Emetic
do Red Ether Sultih.
Patent Yellow do 1\ arm
Sllf2r Lead do Acetic
'opperas Lunar Caustic '
01. Vitriol Corn. do
Aq. For is Acct. blofpltia
%lunatic Acid . Sulph do
Epsom Salts . Lac. Sulphur
rt Acid Opt. de I\ areot.
Sup Carb Soda Rerrola Mineral
Corms. Sub. Mere. Ethions do.
Refiners 0 fChimotior. Sal Nure,Brimssone.Roral.
&C. Offer for site the above mentioned art.cles. to
gether with a general assortment of Paints. Drugs
and Dye Stuffs. and every other article in the Cheri*
cal and Medicinal line.„
Rein. mannfactiirers oral! . the articles enumerated
under the-above head: they pledge themselves to slip
ply their friends and the public on the most reaseint
‘Vindow and Picture Glass. from 6 8, to 24'30.
Resumption of Business.
H E Sotrsci:iber returns his grateful acknow I
edgenients to the citizens of Pottsville and
others, who stepped forward to his assistance •f.
ter the Inas of liis property by fire iii December
last, and - would also acquaint them and the pub
lic generally, that be has again commenced the
Drug Business in the house formerly occupied by
Charles W. Clem - cos, in , Ceetre Street,. to the
borough nt"Pottsville, where may always be had
a general assortment of
Ornp. - ,s,
And every other article in the above line, which
he to duveneed , to sell on very low. and it.0061:110.
N.. B. 33 - Ph . icians prescriptions carefully
put up at-the silo est notice.
WM.. T. EPTPG.
P"it.vtile. Mac 30.1818.
RAILWAY IR3N-A ND IRON FOR. COAL
Sc REE YS. • .
21 by S-8 indhe Railway Flatliay Iran
2 hr • do do do do do
Se do Suitatile for Screening Coal.
All the [eon has rotintersrunk hole:, and is ea
at an atyle nt 45 degree's at the ends. Split's'
Plates and Spikes to son the shore.
A. Ar., G. :ft A t.s.r(tv & CO
No. 4 South Front Street. Philadelphia.
Slafeh LS. 1 , 536.. 21— f
Valuable Real Property• in Pottsville,
FO IL S ALE
T HE undertigiirti oti. , rs ;for sale all . that well
known thtre story BRICK STORE ARP
DWELLING HOUSE ant the appurtenances
..itiiate in Centre street. Pottsville, the property
01 the undermined. together "with nine other
tenements in the rear of said hulloing, and the;
Int of eroond' whereon the whole. stands. Th.
~ r,ck build:hog aforiaid. miniains thirty feet in
frunt-6nistied from the basement story to the
garret in the best st)le of Workuninship.and both
as a hosinessatand and a residence, ja mot fa•
voorably situated. The foregoing property lain
be million lots and accommodating terms. Pam
of the purchase money May remain on the prop
erty for a fesa years, it desired. Title indispott
and possession can be.given Immediately , —
apply to - G. M. JENNINGS.
BAIO , IAN has cerfitrien4
1 a Book Bind-
Da" "cry to Vioneection With Ibis Book Store,
where all hitt& or Books , will be bound at the
shortest moti4 at low rates,'
of every desUription inadetto order it the lowest
rates—and tbe trade suppled sboleUle at Phila
delphia pricia. •
April It • 27
To the Subscribers of jt a Ton Hall of
Pottsaf ire. •
4-SECOND Instalment ef Two rionars and a
ty erste on each share of stnet, is required
to be paid to the aubrieriber. on or before the first
Monday in October next.
By order of ilie Board.
JOHN T. HAZZARD. Truer
Fro* the Nir t leek Eveaiog att.
A WY AIN FOR COII3IUNION.
BY SAMIL. WOODWORTA, FAQ.
Wine which ateeretA God and rman,'—Judges ix. 13
Our pure affections and desires
The vintege,of a grateful heart. •
Is all the worship God 'requires.
And all that sinners can impart.
This is the wine that elieera e'en iftm !
The Fountain and the source of Love !
For when affection's flame is dim.
inter pervades the realigns above.
FLOW UN, THOU SEA.
Flow on, thou Seal.
Unchanged by all destriying times'
Alike in every age and chine,
Vast iiiirroi 01 eternity
Vainly man 16 1. thy tury,to withstand,
Thou tossest hiss, in sport upon toy waves;
Mocks to scorn the fabric of havhand,
And Sliest with his spoil thy ocean caves.
Tho%:st born upon thy bteist
TU. mightiest of men :
• Long have Vey been at rest,
• ~ ,7 coa art as thou wash then
The tattiest and the humblest,
4 1Deeitii ! Within thy graves, • -.
Sleep, e'en when th' bow ling tempest,
Above their dark bed rave;!
But, oh! bast thou never abused-thy power
Alas !thou host once" thy rage
Destroyed as fair and beauteous a flower
As ever graced-chivalry's page—
Thud host torn the fond girl from her kgvers's em
Moek'd the paferit's endeavors to'sare .
flail darling, his child—thou, relentless, all trace
/3wallo.`A up in thy watery grave.
Sul, Ocean, with all thy power,
. Not uncontrolled thy will;
Ora, e'en in thilvildest hobr,
\ Can say to their waves, "Be
A)id oh! when time-shall be no mitre,
What wonders will thy depths disclose, •
Then shall the saves' affrighted roar
thy dead ones lion their last repose,
Then shall they sleet who never met:before,
Kings, princes, heroes, beggars, friends, and
Roll on, thou sea !
Mike in every age and clime, •
Unchanged, until decaying time,
4 Sleeps In eternity.
The Turk and die Eng/is/men —A
Mr. Urquhart, who has travelled exten
sively and resided , for Many years in East.
stn countries. his lately publi-hed a•book
,of his adventtires and obServaticies, in
which we find the subjoin. d curious anti
themel portraiture of Turks and English
"turnpeitas dommernvivirte•.thi3 laving
of the 6 , utid .tivin•stUne Ticks celebrate
tl cover me iti- of the ma. Among the
Turks, a f.eardvs the mark' of dignity; willi
ng. of nealweae. SliavOrg the head is
'with them, a cmtrivn ; with 11 4 a I '-h
Wetake . .•ff Mr 011 if 4 beflfe our
covereign; they cover alert hatrils with
their sleeves. - We. enter an Apartrrient
ir Ph urn brad ime"vered ; theli enter an
apartment with the feet *uncovered: With .
:them the amen have their necks and theii :
arms naked ; with us the women have
their arms and necks naked. With u. the
women parade in gay colours, and the
men in sombre; with them, in both cases.
it the reverse. With uv, the men ogle
the women; in Turkey, the women ogle
the men. With us, the lady looks shy and
hashfnl ; in Turkey it is the gentleman.—
In Europe, a lady wowing si.it a ,reritlernan,'
in Turkey, she can. In Turkey. a gentle.
man cannot visit a lady; in Europe he can.
There the ladies always wear trimmers,
and the gentlemen sometimes wear petti
coats. With us. the fed cap is the symbol
of license ; with them, it is the hat. To
our rooms the roof is white and the wall
is coloured; with them, wall is white and
the roof is coloured.
In Turkey, there are gradations of so.
cial rank withmit privileges; in England,
I there are privileges without corresponding
saetat With us, socialforma
and etiquette super Cede domestic tits;
With them, the etiquette of relationship au
percedes that' of 'society. With us the
schoolmaster appeala to the,authority of the
parent; with them,ibe parent has to ap
peal to the superior authority. and respon
whility of the schoolmaster. With, us, a
studetit is punished by being t"confined to
chapel;" with them, a scholar is punished•
by being excluded the mosque.
Their children have Ithe manners of men;
our men the initraiers of children. A
rnonges, masters require characters-with
their servants; in Turkey. servants inquire
into the characters lof masters. We coo.
eider dancing a polite recreation; they con.
eider it a disgraceful avocation.
POTTSV I LLE, PA. WEIJ ES DA Y stir
Our blessed &Oboe blesed the cap,
With aceenteend with lips - dicnee
Oo the last night he deige.'d to sup
And quaff the juice of J udea's vine,
And promised each believer then
To drtnk new wine with hint anon,
In his own Father's kingdom when - -
_Elia work was done, and 'he wee gone
- Lord, I accept the maitatimli
Given so solemnly to all,
Who will partake of thy salvation; -
And humbly at thy fciolstool
The figure is divinely trate,
For Scripture language is divine;
And Cana 's marriage guests could view,
That wine is love, thist love is-wine!
• In Turkey, religion restrai a the impost
lion of political taxes; in En. and, therm
eminent imposes taxes fur, - In
,refigism „or th state elects
, Nristributionfrom sectarians; in Turkey, the
religion of the state protect* the property .
of sectarians against governntent taxes.—
An Englishmen will be astonished at what
lie calls the absence of public kredit in turk
ey; the Turk will be amazed at emir national
debt. The first will desp4se the Turks
for having no organization in facilitate ex
change;. the Turk will be nstounded to
perceive, in England, la walk, impede the
circulation of commerce. The Tusk will
wonder how' government ein be carried
on with divided .opiniuns; ti e englishinen
will not believe that with°t opposition,
inky odence can exist.; In l'urkey, cnin
motion may exist without disaffection;
in England, dts . :lfection exist;withi.ut com
motion. A Europe.in, in Turkey, will
, consider the aratrinistiation of justice de
fective; a Turk, isiturope, will consider .
the principles of law unjust. 'I be first
would esteem property, in Turkpy, inse
cure,. agamst violence; the tiecqd would,
consider proper y in Euglaiid, insecure a
gainst law. first wuul4 marvel how,
without lawyer*, law can be ,administered;
the second -would marvel how, with la.v
yere, justice could be obtained. The
.first would be startled at die wait of a
check upon the central gutiernment; the
second would be amazed at absence of.
controul over die local aiviinisteation.—
We cannot conceive itutnutabi ity in the
principles -of the state, conipatible with
wrll.being; they cannot ciniccit,e that what
is good arid just is capable , or chrioge.
The Englishman will esteem the Turk
uuhsppy because he has no public amuse
meat-; the Turk will reckon die man mit
e/Ole N hi, lacks amusements at .h
The Englishman will lull t.:O therruik
destitute of taste, because he ha* nn pic
tures; the Turk a ill coosideS the English
'man sleziitute °fleeting: friin disregard to
nature. The Turk wit, he bin-rifled at pros
!itutrun and ba-mile; the Englishman •at
polygamy. Ihe fist a ill be di.gusted at
our I atighly treatment co iiferiors; the
sneorol a 111 revolt at the pur are of slaves.,
They will reciprocally call e,ch other
atic in religion—dissolute i morals—un:
cleanly in liabits—Liinhappy in „the devel
opecnect or their sympathies . nd their tastes
—de-tiitite severally of polit cal freedom—
each will conwder the tithe unfit for good
society. ' The. European • ill term the
Tutk pompous and +-Wien; the Turk will
'Call the, European flippant
It may therefiue he imagined how inter
esting, friendly, and harmonious must be
the intercourse between the two."
From tee New urleans !impure.
Yesterday O'Neil and Welsh, two of the
wretches th at murdered the Spaniard 'Bar
ha, some time since in the parish of Si.
Bernard expiated their crime akithe scaf
fold. The spot chosen for the execution
was near the margin of the river, from 1
to, fifteen miles below the. city, where the
Terre au Bceuf road conies; in. `
There .was ar. immense erineou:SE''Of
spectators. Besides . the ' numbers• oho
went in carriages, oa horseback -and ow'
Gout, there were four steamboat loads.
The St. Leon; the Porichartfein, the Liv
togston, and the Memphis Started at niter.
ruts during the forewarn, (in the some or
der as we have darned theml the Mem
phis having first called at Lafayette where
she-4mA in fifiy passengers.
At a quarter before one 'o'clock, the
culprits asseridi d the scaffold. When
they dismounted from the car Welsh was
teen to smile—his countenance was light
ed up with cheerfulness, end he seemed
determined to meet his fate with boldness;
but on ascending the scsfhild and where
the rope and cofria -met his view, there
was en instathaneaus change irwhis tea
tufete; and his whole demeanor became
that of a sincere peuiterit.',. • . -
O'Neil displayed nothing of careless-
yrs; from the first he wasiitidehtly great -
ly affected; a deep and sett ed remorse-v/4,s
depicted iu his every feature. Videetlithe
spectator could detect nothing of.a_vicious
ditositian-in the face ofleither.7„ They.
glued for a few niumeNt4 placidly - opt!.
the multitude around thestis if to auhcit ••
their spigiathy. t•T .. ; ~ •
They were attended fit' a middle aged.
clergyman of-the Catholic Cluitli,, Who,
did all he could to cheer rtid Comfort them
in view of their -sudden dissolution. Ha
mouthed thinedruid with theta, and was
looked upon by both as their best earthly
friend. „They seemed IMXicrusito listen, to
his conversation. They rasped him ter..
sadly by the handipd were eyideqtly loth
to pert with him ar:tbe 4nal numient tip-,
.pnieched. They Were nested each. on IA
'chair for about aquarter plan limit after .
being on the scaffold, wit Athe eimelrawn •
over their faces, 'tiring h.ch time their ,
slices pitd, geilOtes . '4 „theni to be'
• praying. Welch vai n rtlitiiiiy 'The'
God °Meant' heie Me ,y on my . soulf"
He Wad i begged of the P est to,prity 'fur
bite.. Just before the ea was drawn over
kit ate, he was Preseni, by the Priest
CTOBER' 16, IS3S,
with the crucifix which he kissed most
4.. t one o'clock precisely the order was
giteh to remove the. prop that supported
t:te sealfdd.l They fell, and in a fitly
moments' life was extinct. O'Neill died
to abiJut four miautes, while• the dying
struggles oil Welch, lasted about eight.
Thus ended itte career of two unfortunate
individuals,' Ow from the ac c ursed thipti
of money ,"xfied the innocent blo;sI olitheit
In view oiled the circumstances attend
ing the occasiotr. we cannot but reiterate
Whit is `so: often said abut specta
cles of the kind. The tendency of these
public executions is obi/lowly 'injurious.
l'hey blunt the feelings, and render the
spectator worse tether than better. The
only light inwhich the Most of the attend
ants viewed the scene yesterday seemed to
be, that of• a rare chance fur a pleasure
excuision. Not a few on the boats were
indulging in . the utmo•t.dr gree ofjollidca,
item. Far better in our opinion, would . it
be to have despatched the culprits 'in the
solitude of their prisons.
Arobk Liberality.—lt will be reeollect
ed that we published, a few weeks since,-
the fact, that a farmer in Belcherto - wn
cleared nearly 85,000 on the product of
three-fourths of an acre of mulberries.
We have since accidentally learned ano
ther fact NO relation, to this individual,
which we cannot refrain giving to the pub
lic. The gintleman alluded to makes it
a practice to give one fifth of all his anti
al income tai charitabte objects; and this
year, .having been highly prospered, his
contribution:in this way, will not be less
than two thousand dollars. Iv there a
nother case in the Commonwealth of equal
liberalito We have withheld the name
of this berrevOlent man, because R•e sup
pose his humility and unobtrusiveness
would not covet the vain honor of having
his name trumpe•ed abroad, in connection
with his noble liberality, which we have
made known to the, public without his
knowledge.-.-Hampshire (Mass.) Gaz.
From the, New York Courier of October sth.
The - Gi2gAT WESTERN left her inpor,
logs in the dock at the foot of Pike street,
precisely at : half past three o'clock yester
day afternoon, and proceeded to see She
has on board one hundred and twenty-five
passengers,teing all she could 'with any
convenience aecommodate. For some
days past her agents have been compelled
tdrefuse an'y more pammgers, though tid
menus applications were made to them,
and a premium pffired on the established
'price of the passage ; She hasalso all the'
merchapdize on frcilit she can carry,
and we are 6formed a larger number of
letters chap she ever carried before. Be
sides the freight and passengers, she takes
out 50,0D0 sovereigns, remitted; no doubt,
on account of the advanced state of et . -
In a ahem time it will become as fash
ionable aininig the English nobilitylotiav
di in the United States, as it now is on the
Continent. The Countess of Witmore
'and,. with a lovely niece, six. servants,
a travel nig caeriaze, and a medical
cal attendant . , embark to day in the pack .
et ship Pik-ident. fir New York. She
has engaged :thewbo e of the la , l)'s cal? n
Mr her oVvo use. her purpose is to trav
el fur two or three years in the United
Statist. She has some property in Prince
Edward's Island, winch she will also visit.
She also v nuts 'Ca nada the Falls of Niag
ata—ana spends oventter in the south.-s-
I should not be. surprised 'to see "ate Duke
of WellingtriN and half - the Nobility, visit
the United States in two or three years.— .
We are mil -the eve of a great changes.—
A Good capital anecdote was
related to ua yesterday. else of our Cin
cinnati belles, a heauty of the first 'water;
wee recently at Sar.itoga. and attracted
much at teht inag 'A
mong 'grange/pi there .
was coitsideralie. speculation ebony he fair
lady's identity, &c. A new -coiner, one
obsentinitha numberof dandy. clan
alma her, and Off her wake,
inquire'd Naha. slid was. 6 7h4 is the dreg:
. IVestOrn.l; , leid I - preitissited as much,
from the Munber of feats she bai in tote:.
sin. 411442. •
Mexico and Texps.—infciratit tion bas
bees received in this place, which 'justifies
us iothee efthat • Meiito will soon roc;
ognize the Independence - of Tezas., •
-Every interest in the former wo uld leatt
every oak knowing the relatiie getympiti
°Abe 1.4 countries thatit 'lOll
soon be apeomphshelf,nnd theref4e!pice
Texas it an indenodematinilatOonfthe
I .toPohlict of North :(inetici.44+4 0. - 4-
smerictut.r • .
TL Pnirt Isetviit Steams ittoilent.•—!
After eleatituti , the‘itottipOrtbsilial' r and tit*
they ate elided kith a iniastiti'vainlesett. et IS
moods caramelised seet.andAleand• ot: pow
Mick kad: The advautakes-ad this application,
have bees Viso tessed'by experience - that
Lords of the Admiralty halo yeattlietlthatidllbe
Govetatoelot ateamenudotll bib/twit '
with the aleve ingredante=' • -
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1 / 0 0/LE i i i#ltpkitAa*Z's
In Waylaioi, on 1 elcipt;tdi.irurarporOnta
murders° pile .., and PerhatoneNtpt.lo44
I ti - tiatVaie - parall el ` 4,,. the aßamilCiOilisi. ,it
was cempihted Inf - f person te hitsy,Appillistillt.
eernparativeli a .stratigierilliiiliteet,
had resided hear few elintoUldlatieline•
frt;elSunbereiPts • jiaritrig c leerp. 4 ,ldlttitsibow.
iion'ta" ler tops:, t R.ShidlAtt; ". 14 : 31 iii., ete-A,l#Or
father; who had bee ":lnpilit:Nti.4 ll , Irll4"Pir•
ance. 'On theitll ' - of that-'29theltdipiiiiiii.
seneck tbat4ens ,ihmtAhlUff'shiiiiiti.:llA4lB
of the diceaoed. lier; - na& alratiThidekiEflie
notice of a femalei pawing; rum-ii&the_.
~- f ltintatnt ii ,
having been fuel, "ri in.,. She ittliiir:FueoPla
heard groans from: wilidn. -- The tltaisi(tifeetlat
a coneiderable distnee fiurit . any iithel-741 4 ildba.
lion, where there I 'but hole pacsing,•=*?-x.'
• The female toying thus alarmel.mnariediatelp
roused the mighbort, whn reuairp d tn , d gas.bonsu
and toned Neflisn '...mith lying on,iftetloetriao
Jos wife atteache a. 4 , btt bed, deed 'Welter,
ing in her blood ; 41r. Win. Heard, 24 . 111.
Cotonou., was called ,in,a nd found that theAseem
ed had received twiJ i t stabs tn. the.lefiiiiiestr her
peck, one tworarda be back , part. sui , d..ahia,.aiher
having severed the fliztiler' vein, thre p ,or r .rimpre
inches in depth, fht y sufficient to have pi:Waned
immediate death, ,and the husband tiiitti".fils
own thrust cut.i . .
• When the neighbors found thi , deceased.; her
.breast was bare, arid h.r iciungestwonitilioot
five years old, lying, "Alt epl upon it. ::Tfints:;seet
was the only penmn who 'resided in'thi t 'houss . -
with his mother.. rrhe Whet living in Stiniitry s
sometimes supported by that town; and' onwi6
times sustained himself by breishor„ neiterltrait•
ed.his wit; t viept for portions of vit ,
the hostand, we.; arrested and buatigfeby tho
officer betore thelitagtstrate, before whom fo upon
the reading of the,complaint; the &joiner made
full. disclosure Of all the circumstance*:
'aid he came from!' Sunbury In the night-of-tho
murder, no: s tall deteuised by liquor...piat her '
left the midde of that town about ten'o clock fta
the evening, ant' ;, went directly ~ In the bongo
occupied by his wife. About foui, t . tea rods front.
house he. left his bOotilliairing co t stick •
about two feet lung previously. be•wriproatehed
the house, and •as be knew the doors would be
fastened, Stoke in the w:udory and immediately
The wife being aroused, began to dresaherarlf.
and made motion ; salt desirous' of iintapirqg
from her divellieg; as was tier custom.- She
prayed for hie; he ; replied, with. •strouthOlronr
life is in .my power, and I Will have Ho
seized her, followed lor up. and taking:Out
sharp pointed jackknife from his Prieltet;itiuck
at her, intending to strike her neck.-'Be
ed but purpose, and' inflicted the ntwo• wounds
shove mentioned.; The deceased sunk hack *-
upon the bed with extended arum fuettinith
leaped out orthii window, went back into a
field near the !ionic and cut Its own throatcWith
the same knife, hitceding, ate the now - iiiis;tia
put en end to hit' own life. He bled till .
fainted, and lay probably several hours 4ml/to '
situation. Wherq he became ettoacimisilt his
situation, which was sometime after day breek,
being cod and thirsty, he crawled, to the house
and entered again tuthe same window. lay, down
upon the floor and:covered hi.nself wlth pltin a,
in'whieb situation ; be was found bi-the offider.
In his confessicin he maid he was conscialet,
when he returned to the biome, that his. widelowa
dead; as she did not move nor speak. tier , Only
regrets that he.chd not find one of his eldeesOns
at home to have inflicted the same OenaltelOpoit
him; he admitted he cut with his knifiathelireh •
stick for the parpOse of violence .on his suns, if Its
found them with their, mother. Omgoing tie the prison. be paned In Senb g liry ilisliquskirgwhick
Is ere the 110111lifilli ; of wife. being the _same
Souse in which 'they were married—Oruillf rat;
marked with perfect calmness.' •I have reterraed
bet to the house from stitch I took her. and if
I bad done it within a year after aria werOttnat.
tied it would base been better for
The motives that impelled this betifgiadore.
mit Ibis, ontrage.: : were, that she; had' braserly
complained to a mania sill for suretiesfrot that
peace against his trudence;ind that she bad taken
the Wipe of her children, undoubtedly . for . their
better support; an that the man for whom 'he
had labored, wopid, not 'pay him his luattUir. but
threapeed. if Smith resorted to the law to waver
wage; he would revive the old cosmilelr t. in
stituted by Smith's wife against him. , Vhskabctle.
with many othegfachs. appeared frotrelbevolun•
tare confession of the. priNoner. • .
ilitryllindr • '&1.4 29, 1838. •
The Sub-Treasury.. , ,
Notwithgtainin% the v to:t.gce with ...which •
the Loco Focos szkiatl the baraltSiiiltiiie.
tit‘ the wretched - sob treaseryt,othaWk '
there waS a tinge when they flondjt Cee_,,lie
elent to bold , a deirent , doctrine :}. 'pie
fact is they batten° filed prineiple,mseit!pt ! , ,
ling the destru4ive principle, and thfy4,,tis . „
they advocate . ir_uhforr.e what theyry,t,stie 4
dardennuncta with bitterness. - 2 111. :See.` 4 ,l: -
rectify. Wimx.thelj- held the SaktWisi . iini.:°:ll
gliage,in hitirs'ixort of Deceridialt,;:t.*:l4S '
.-It is gratifying to reflect thatthikertt. ..
dit gisen by the Government * , whiii:l44ll. '
a r t
bank paper or`.- bank ogenti t *, _ .4 '
companiedllk smaller losses in : *ie.; '
.rienett under the system of State ; rfii
4his pciantry tt i t their' Worse %T . :7: r: 4 - 0
under their eelierest:eibth*VWli.'eni ~
other kiini•eareifit ihe.ikkiviiiiiini t hr k g
ever liven , ii , feted* hi. , ite- 'railer
pedsactione. i'p Howe, unless 68 4 &etes-
and -Uniteir States, . should - iiiiWdetnii.
:it proper inninally, and in tbeenaletkimi
Iy, loc:thspenie , with the pefitr . ; ;Wpitetn;!
, And which ein .i nt is not anticipiiind;Xthis
Government cannot eseePeiseTliimi.d . ,
seefrom thet,lquarter; f aelkcewneWirotle
,teAkicape elltossee.frem s .1"00--..altib a li i ,;: .
sgenth elcoPtlblr, *f;ealftiorlt i;*.ibeii , ,,, - .
pl.:tint otheii..,apdinirvi t io* 4444'iihil - '
will probably, Isp . fmn, :- . ldialilei safe,
,convenient are! eceeo' . 4l 4 *-411. 16 - -
ue Govowmat4 . ol4:ap,
pOited ; NowtOdiei Tagi,,,A*4l,4 9 1 sto
generalth**4 6 7 l '.'ff 101A11)44e,
. „ •
Jau or EqAmituiii - Ingrnwafew
her. his in inte`ie4jog pmt Woo
Wks to the is sloramratlid theory or • -
lo : 4cootognasy amour diiAitiat