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SATURDAY RIORNING NOV.
PcrarWeVe, Meas. Cards, ftifh!of
and Handball+ of eves, dereripuon, nediq prottrd
Vas oirsee alike towsx tierk mitt*. ,
We would respectfully request rutin carom&
scritiers a settlement of their arrearages; those
living in the Borough and its neigh lairhood. will
always find as ready at our office, sort thosciwho
live at a distance, can easily make remittances by
enclosing a five dollar bill, which amount will
be placed to their credit. We shall esteem an
attention to this notice a favor,y which wo will
endeavor to repay by continued exertions to in.
:struit and amuse. • *
In the first week of January nest, we Shall
enlarge the 'size of the Journal ; 'soden that4itire
nearly 11000 will be .doe for anSscriptionsi the
reeeio or which will materially as'sist'ing de
fraying the expences incident to the contemplated
improvement. We will al4o find it nOttessaSy to
open a new set of Becks at the .comineocenient
of the ensuing year, sod a prompt discharge of
all subscriptions due to that period, will greatly
benefit ourselvetyand save a greet deal of labor
in transferring balar.ces on old accounts.
Pottsville• and Reading Rag Road
A section "of this work, immediately blow
Mount Carbon, has been commenced we
learn, to secure the charter for continuing
the Road to Pottsville. We hope soon to
see the whole route in active operation;
and ale pleased to hear that the heavy
sections below Port Clioton, have also
,Coal.—From that Inspector's returns at
the Baltimore City Registifea office, it ap
pears that 10,165 tons'iif anthracite coal
have passed on 1116 Chesapeake and Dela
ware canal to thao place, from the 17th
March to the Ist' September of this year.
Fra ,, cis' Life .Boat.—This invention
bids fair to be a noble assistant in the
great work of humani.y. The Secretary
of the Navy has ordered all the Revenue
cutters to be supplied with them. The
safety of this invention consists of - strong
copper; cylinders filled.with hydrogen gas:
secured between double bottoms to the
boat, and so arranged that ifholes be made
by striking-against rocks or stranding, the
cylinders alone will support as many per-
sons as can attach themselves to the life
ropes, which are fastened in profusion a.
bout it. No ship or steamboat should be
without them, as they will prove the
means of saving many valuable lives,
Steam boar Explosion. —The flues of
the steam-boat Gov. Shelby' collapsed
near the mouth of the Arktinsas, and
scalded twenty pa sengers; most of them
mortally. This is the first accident which
has happened since, the inspecting law
went into operation, and we stuterely
trust it may be the last.
All hail Shinplasters .'—The
of Philadelphia are advertising to pur
chase Southwark Shitinla,ters at a did
couut ! Good for loco foco Southwark.
Chiticary.—The young Earl of Egling•
town has declared his intention of Wilding
a grand and solemn Tournament next
spring, at his castle in Ayrshire, Scotland.
This nobleman is said to be sk.lled 'in ev
ery martial accomplishment el' both an•
cient and modern days, and if he does at
tempt anything of the kind, nothina" that
good *taste or wealth ca n add, will be
wanting. How such a scene would carry
,us back.lo the days of glorious strife and
chivalric feeling ! The spacious list, with
gilded balconies, banners and pennons
floating in the breers ; the blazoned pride
of Britain unfurled aviin tb the : shrill
sound of trumpets ; the motildering ar
ciieves lung hung in the "diuOy splendor"
of ancestral halls, i.o v buiniihed fOr the
encounter; the neighing charger, and the
mailed itinghts;. , the warriors and the
maiden's - phi-me ; the queen of love alio
beauty bestowing on the victor kiligibttite
conqueor's wreath ;Abe shout of triumph
and the gorgeous pageant of the lita ; all
there would stir the blood 'of age, and
quicken that of youth.
Much has been 'written against the in
stitutions of Chivalry, and Cevantes gave
its death blow in Dun Quixotie, but we
question whether the high tone 0r noble
sentirnent,,which it gave birth to, was not
of more advantage than the'rornaetic vis e
ions into which some were led by ito But
at all events, it served in a. great measure
to dispel the mists of ig norance and rredu •
lily, and the songs o'..the Troubadours
revived a long forgotten art of poetry, and
rescued the world fi om-the feudal bondage
under which it was laboring. Thahwhich
was a matter of business in. oldenitimes,
- may now be converted into an innocent
pastime, and we hope again to chronicle
"high deeds of chivalric and -tales of ladle
The Ate s mican B'ocknde.-- It is rove cu.
morod that the Emmet' expedition l'whirh
has been fitting otaVfilt the ostensible pur
pose of invading Mexicas to lak@ected
against the : island of Cuba. Stseho4 you rse
on the part - of France would ammpit to a
declaration of war against, not only th.s
ammtry but England. Perh aps the
power has some suspicion or this kind, for
we perceive an announcement in tbe Lon
don Herald,„which has escaped thit com
ment of our press, that all the deafts to
She Windward and Leeward Islands, as
also to Jamaica have been ordermito em.
bark as 80011 6.4 prat ible., The sup,tositinti
was that these add.tions were prospective
towards Clinarla, but the pro onquity of
England 7 Prince may have ftirsished
her sane-italkoinotton. we aria yet ignorant
of. The blotlade of Vera Orez may be
only .a rose to consolidate a force eta'.
view in the West Indies to take an unop•
:Bray. —This country has been the
arena of more ehanges, both political and
moral, than bas' fallen to the lot of any
other rifition. LOoking back throng - 1i the
dim vita of byegone ages, we see the
kingdom founded by Romulus overthrown,
the proud arquin expelled, and the . first
Italian reputihe built on the rules of the
regal state, with consuls for its pillars,
then pillow the. dictating', including 1:1e
immortal Cincinnatus, whose regime was
broken up by the the deleterious effect of
the agr.irian law, to oppose which the
young patricians broke the ballot boxes
ana scattered the votes, (a comment on
more modern times!) These were suc
ceeded by the Decem\ irs, whose foul enor
mities occasioned the martyrdom of honest
old Simms Deritatus, and the immolation
of. Rome's second Lucretia, the indortunate
Virginia. Then appears the long train
of Tribiries, Dueinvirs and Emperor's un
lit the subversion of the Roman rule; then
the (loth and Vandal incursions;, the tem
poral and spiritual dominion of the Pope--
the entire dismemberinent of the various
provinces and their ripportionmenting,
the nati-ns of Europe, the meteor course
of Napoleon over its land, and the Austri
an triumphs on itsdevoted plains !(.
Among the most important possessions
of mode n Italy, are the Lembo rdo- Veneti
an provinces of Austria, which have lately
received a King by the Coronation of the
Emperor Ferdinand. Since its. subjuga
thin after the fall of the French Imperial
power, many daring spirits have striven to
re-kindle the spark of liberty, but in vain;
and its brives. dz be,t have for veers been
he tenants of dungeons, to which they
were consigned by that policy which had
so lupg governed Italy. They hoped t
prevent by intimidation, the spread gill
beral principles; but a milder era' has now
arisen, and the new Emperor has gained
for himself an mulling fame by the gen
eral amnesty whiA he has granted. It is
visionary to think that Italy can again be
free, and is unfortunate sons began to
think so. Count Gonfulunieri for fifteen
years has been in captivity; exciting the
admiration of all by his noble resignation;
his life has been spent for the imaginary
good of his country, and he is now to be
restored to It. The gallant Zucchi too
will lei Lie his prison at Gratz; -Demeester,
Belgh.joco, and the noble marquis Palle•
vicini return from .Exile. The act has,
been a princely one, worthy of him who.
wears the crown of Constantine, and he .
will effect more by miAness; than years
of rigor and tyranny have been able to
secure; he will command not only. the
duty, but the love and gratitude of his sub.
Sweden.—Bennadotte does not 6nd
his imperial chair a seat of roses. Since
Nap( leon exalted bun to the throrie of
Sweden, he has retained its possession;
but discontent, which has heretufote been
secret, is now breaking into revolt and in.
sorrection. Although by the interference
of Russia, a temporary quiet has been re.
girded, still fro m
. the appearances the
days of the Bernadntte dynasty are until*
bored. Sweden, Norway and Denmark
are singly weak, but a report is rife, that
plots are on foot to unite the three and
form a new Empire; if this be true, the
land of the great "Lion of the North" may
again hold a prominent place among the
nations of Europe.
Russici.—The autocrat is in no very
enviable situation, his giant schemes of
ambition tiave . over•reached themselves,
`atid he has now raised the jealousy of the
most `powerful nations.• Eng•
land and Rtli iu have ion,' eyed each other
with mutual feelings of distrust, and it'
tequire but little to set them ity
the cars. If the bitter dared, she would
' declare war instanter, but policy 'cautions
irquiescence. .Persia and. Cir
cassia,• the Engli<h are doing alt in ,their.
power to thwart the iiperatnms of Russia,
_s o d slino;cl the notice it iryt• national
light and comardficehostitities,the aeocrat
would soon find his armies dwindle to
nothingness. Being pnni ipall y of Poles
pressed into the rinks, they would takes,
the 'first opportunity to. enter a Inure cim
gen;al Se V 163. T4ll s . we' see Ibe4ei Oex
ed situation Of the government abroad,
while.at home, internal conspiracies are
constantly vgitating; and contribiite in no
immaterial degree to the quotri.of implea
..iantitess, in which they are involved. .
Increase of Voles referenCe to The
statement of the Go-femur' s ibte published
this day, it will be seen that the intlease
of votes in three years, has beettuptvard's
of 55 000,,and that although G.iv.
.reeetved about 30,000 more that iu• 1935
still he has been ostensibly defected. N.-
man eau pretend to say that such an iin
mouse increase is a true and healthy ono ;
in 1935 when three candidates were in ti ,e
field and every vote was brought forward",
:200,000 was considered an iminceso pull,
and can we imagine en increase of more
than 25 per' cent in so short a time,
Why the n•ipulation of our, state cannot
have increased in that rain, couch less the
leg Hy qualifi-d voters. Nut more titan
one eighth of our population are entit'ed to
the elective fanchise, at which rate we
must allow an increase since 1835 of neat
ly half a million, or about one third of the
TILE - 11111VE1W-jOiljnNikL.,
era: theft, docri the error lie 8 the
, n is easily answered; in the accu
op of false .voters, in the reckless
, nment of every Principle of hones
jell- has characterized our recent
ns and defrauded the people out of
avernor Of their choice. By this
the wishes-of the actual majority,
e people's will, have been violated,
.or greatest priviledges turned O
nto a curse I .
gret t i
New C , wo re
le dissolution of the old fabric reared
fathers, and cemented by the blood
riots.; although we have imploringly
woodman, spare that tree:" still we
some little,consolation from the cur-
tailm nt necessarily made in the Govern
or's ..:tronage, atid.the total prostration of
all th: hopes . which have inspired the lo
co le•ders in their opposition to Joseph
Ritottr. A. a great importance is necessa•
rily attached to the constitution, no,..that
it is all probability the law of the land,
we have republished it on our fourthfege,
that It maq be used as a reference, by
thosei who have not preserved a cif.) , of it..
Buller.—We pay a high price in our Borough
for this article, and therefore have a tight to de
=mill a fair quality and quantity,. The latter
we sbldom get, being too apt to trust to the
stated•by the sellert r nine times out of ten
if we ivere to take the trouble of weighing it our
selves, we should save 25 per cent, as har3ly a
roll Which cures to market will be found to hold.,
out a 4 represented, Cannot some plan be devi.
sed, tts in our cities, to make such imposters a•
meankble to law, and forfeit their light butter
for the good of the poor, dr some other charity.
So co Limon has this ttickery become, that • gen
tleman informs us, three or four of his regular
dealcjs have left bim, became" he will weigh his
bullet. This we conceive to be the cram; of the
04)logital Discovery.—That clew 4ersey 'is
en adluvial formation of recent comparitive ori
gin,and has at one time been completely cover.
ed tq the waters of the- Atlantic Oman, every
new ldiscovery tends to• show more conclusively.
The belebrated mammoth which graces the Phil.
adeltihia museum was formed in the allusion of
Niro mouth County, and within a short time
emit ler incontestible proof las been found. At
Spoelliford, at the depth of twenty feet, a solid log
ly ing horizontal, and near two feet in diameter.
was pncountered when digging at a well. Seven
feet below this, a bed of- clam and oyster , shells
werei found,,of a fres h and clean apperance as if
just lopened. In the "yearn berme the flood,"
perhaps a pic-nic party of &bongo:116 have held
their frolic on that very log, and cooked their 6i.
yule 3 Coney Island fashion. Dig a little fur
ther, Mr Snowhill, and perhaps you will find an
ancient oyster knife, or some oilier curiosity-to
pay .t you: trouble
r i • °Cain a nomel—A book has been published
iladelphia, entitled "Journey into the ,Mon,
al Pla nets, and the Sun, by a female Soto
ibulist of Wilhelm on the Tech, in the king
' of %Vurtemberg, in 1832. is which all per
will find important disclosures concerning
fate hereafter." Now hide your diminished
'II all ye animal magnetizers! can the magnet.
ifluence effect suck a Journey? what will
.tone say to it? Sun, MOon and Stars, all
ed! we are full of wonder to know bow the
wan made, whether in a balloon, or a soap
.le, a rail road, or a corduroy road; do give
ome light Mrs. Somnambulist, or we shall
re of curiosity!
spelerr's Widow.—The wife oft-he...warrior
lemi, it is well known is aow married to a
nan Baron of low attainments, and the igno
°aisle were dancing attendance at the Caro
m of the King of Lombardy. How doll
cold mAst the of heart Maio Louisa be, that
d allai the illustrious name once coupled
hera to be withdrawn; how wanting in true
tness,lhe 4joilosition that can mbe itself a
lased spectacle in &cola an& Coronatinna.
re once-whe was the obierved of all ohaervnis.
the former Empress of France continued the
CV Of Napole4n, she would : haVe retained the
patbies of the whole world; but that heirt
CPI Which could abandon the memory of
and and son in' flivlr of . mere adventurer,
` consigned her e,lmost to oblivion, and the
risme which (nice made all eurtopctrambli;
vr:r mentioned in connexion with bn - ra, but
byeword and reargach for having disowned itt
e War Crose.=The Iron Gringo u(Lombal...
nroJi:ves• notheritealler erna of 0.0.1i,t0e
18, made' from. the Oitaa of the etece en*liieh
Avriour *de , aracifnd.• ,:this • relic Lee
bro . ht frpm Jeinsilent, Where it was :Mind .1)::
the Empress. Htriii4nd first iraced the hope
na braischrluir aim Constantine,' ettrly•hr!ihe .
feu ih Century. iris food- fot thought ,thet the.
di glitcr of an ZthicitOinnkeeper.of-Prepatum,,
a ar: of the Gulf of , l'ild.i7dita, who, attracted
the attention of the waerior, OnitanOhe,liftkti
re rning from-a. Kiiiau s Einbiiiity in the refin
of Aureinin, (if.our remersiberenett of Gibiser n
iliaa not foible , ) should, after giving birth to the
g , Emperor s .of nearly all the world , have been
rated from her husband; and that in her pi
olutßilgfisnage to the Holy Land have afterwards
rditaned with the materials of that very Crown,
will which in the year TB3B, the Emperor Fir
th and should be ere-tried King of Lombardy
ivate Boarding. —We would refer our
derv, if any are desirous of establishing Wein
as in comfortable. winter • quarters, to ad ad
isement in this day's paper. The contigUity
be citation to the post office, landing,lcc
dere it emtreme!y &mineable, and there arejna_
other reasons of equal weight which to be es.
sled inti , t be tried.
M. Stave am tad &Cannot—Several letters
finving paled - between these indivulnals. in non
tail:Renee of some remarks made by the latter in
!elation in the 'former and !Whirr.
, were of the coarsest kind,' and among others
WIN thht, that Mr. S. was "a slave breeder. .one
who traffics in blood, and who is a dirgrace'to
human nature„" and that Arnericis had- no right
-husuod such a man Co England. We are of opin
ion O r a -if Mr. Stevenson 'should. choose • to retort .
he thfght with more justice chit O'Conntl traf
ficei in man, for his whole polititial course, which .
at Old bad-the appelarakceof patriotism, now, sp
pears nothing more than . grisping alter • the
lucre. Mammon appears his idol, and Us long as
his countrycnee iornishlios "money for his
rints,"'sto.long will he coutinuc
General Mister.—, any' of our raiders will
remember this officer as the gallant • aide-di-Camp
• f the Petriot_Mins, d•rring hie campaign in the
Barque. He was of Irish birth, served in the
Peninsular wars under WellingtOn, and, after
wards joined theApaniih arm); he married to
Spanish America, and returned to Spain in 1835.
More recently i he had beedattached to the Q.ieens
Ser:vice; apd 'was appointed to a command at To
Ledo. Thisowas done With a vieigsof getting him
out of the way, as jealousy was. excited against
him, bking a foreigner.. • Fainter however; noth
ing daunted, made , e spiriled assault-on the Car
lisle and , complctely routed them. Instead of be
ing rewarded is his deserts warFanted, the Span
ish4abinet laid him on the shelf: this broke 'his
noble beart,iind in,a fit of despondency, occasion
ed by repcdied alights and insults, he 'has corn
niitted suicide. Ile was the true imperwination
oldie Iristi geritlernan tnd •stildter, brave, peer.
one and warm-hearted. His widow, who . was
an American:survitres bim,vve. hplieve
IIOR -''' r' MINERS' 100 R VA
-Pennsylvania Legi4ature.—Giving--r- ‘. _..."-- j ' - "ltr•Pt—a r ... ;
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the county of Philadelphia to the. Whigs, ‘t ee. - rall i krciii r t:o ' sn: led of violent •-: in her 1::m
and the 3 disputed Senators in the Chaster and loins, rheuthatotri, swelled joints:Ale, .
and Huntingdon districts, it is stated that I,LAndrew
kireen, cured of griping' pai twins, logs of,
t etzte,dt v ust forfood: and habitual costl i senesa
the Legislature oC this State 'will . stand as
1 . 1 Adam R. G mins. cuk•cd of scaly eruptrobs and Mr
follows : I mg out, soreness and malrythroo kt h hue bobes.
Dinah-Cum-I , — ^urea of ringwo , -- "rid te'
Giving the Whigs a majority of 21 on
joint ballot, and a majority in both. Houses.
Shoidd the Locos get the county of
Philadelphia, the state of parties will stand
as follows : -
87 . 86
Giving the Whigs a majority of ode on
Returns for Governor..--We ,give
low the nearest official returns for the
gubernatorial canvass yet received, and
this is probably as near as we can arrive
previous to the meeting of the Legislature.
Many distiiets are doubtful and will be
contested; indeed the Harrisburg papers
inform us that the whole election will be
disputed if possible. That great and glar
ing frauds have been committed, qo one
can be so blind as to deny; but we ques.
lion the probability of being able to ferret
them out. Our adversaries are ton much
of adepts at dissimulation, to leave the
marks of their footsteps behind them.
Cotnrruts. Ritaer. Porter. Fur. d'gst
Adams. 3310 1535 300 4420
Allegheny, 6038 4505 4460 5049
Armstrong, 1510 , 2731 2597 949
Beaver, 2457, 1931 2523 1612
Bedford, 2386 2478 1087' 2736
Barka, 3911 .7101 5893 3883
Bradford, 2219 2420 4116 188
Bucks, . 4147- 4553. 41195 3362
Butler, , ••• 1700 1653 23/33
9upbrla t 762 844 616 ••• 938
ct re f 1467 2589 2082 1513
cheater, • , 4971 4527 3879 5085
Clearfield, • .474 792 '9B9' 204
ColuA Lie ; 1088 -2616 •••• 1556 - 1.506
Crawford, t - 1957 1304 • .8444 517
Cumberland; .2316 2743 ''2569 2419
Dauphin, 2843 1944: ; - 10591 3204
Delaware, 1731 1263 A 299 .1459
Erin, 27-47 15,65 3115 454
Fa.* eite„ JP .1984 2488 '31322 ••• 1145
Franklin; :2560 2815 1728 • 3315
V mane,. , 1109 • 180 2399 • 71
•Illinkingdon; 3667 • 2761 2640 4348
Indiana, 1723 -1262- 1148 1471
Jdfferson,', 421' 591 593: 354
Juniata, . 663 1649 657. 1i49
Lancaster, 84,8. 5503 ' 2355 10059
Lebanon, 919.9 1533 607 2573
Lahti), 2349 • 2460 1792 2244
Luzerne, ' 2592 31321 3603 -1141
Lvcaning, . •: 2146 2541 1932'2,151
'l4'Keitn, . mej. - 185 • 301 : 2
Mercer, • - . 2935 2325 asst - 1475
Maw, 1/09 1177 ;1069. 1153
.:_51410r00, • 366- 1223, 1244- 209
Montgorrierr, 3748 .• 4558 1.10 4079
Northampton, , 2566 • • 3635 '1641' 1 3577
Mohan kiernd,' 1164 - 2144 867 2144
Psrry r -•-' :•11f13 1916 1216 1418
eity, 710 a 1156 3312 6792
eontat3.,' 7705" 7982 , 8093 5172
- • 117 . ' 523
Pottier; 88 1276 • 328
Scbuylkill, 1508 2271 1460,''. 2
Snmeriet, 2244 883 556 2029
Susquehanna,. 1261 1530 2085 412
Tinle. . 594 1448 1974 16
Venango - $3B
Warren . ,. onoffi3. 528
TOW, 124,424 130,9e8 117,598 /13.732
Ogden Hoffman, Edward Curtis. Mows H•
Grinnell. and James Monroe, Were nominated by
the Whigs of the cit.% ulna:York. Or Wednes
day last. as eamlidatei• for Congress at the ap.
proaeitirtg election! • • 3
Absence. of 'end.—One of our cold dealers
; Imam htirried the otheer morning, diet hosed.
dletiliimaelf, and 'carried his horse oiler torort
/a this ti-ve?—Did. Miss . -v--= 0010 shit light-
ed to the door lest - Sunday eiening, get
so gurtiekatid so ahead inituied, (bet the kissed
the candle, ind blew hint out/. .We ce at believe
it, built is so-whispered 'about. -
MA Tarawa:is' Jousaiat,
Mr. Barman. will muck obliga the be-
.reeved mastbr of the late lamented Zip
Coon,• by. givingphice in noin Satur
day's' Journal to the following lines, as a
small return:4o.th°, "ymang Laity" who.
honoured hips wtth her Spystheliik 'verses
upon the derdise of his favorite, dog.
'Tis true my pet is 'dead and gonip,
And blessings be upon her head
Who feels fur him, who lune and lent •
Did lay him in his narrow bed:
The "cypress bough" that waves kbeve.
To welcome those the zepbyr'sj breath, ,
Shall echo oft the notes of love,
Bemoaning Zip's untimely death.,
The larstet's tair"tis-true, May meet
Its rimed of recompense, ere tang;
"Potatoes, squash," and also "beg, ,
May spring hie ashes from among.
But have not Prophets, holy, wrote - •
A truth that flat denies .
Indulgence of the cheering:hope . '
.• That Zip will ever rise? • -
Now would the muse but aid my ton g ue .•
To tell my heartfelt thanksf-v
I'd Sing of her who kindly strong,
And tuned the-lyre to Zipie's pranks.
But grief haa.choked my gratehil heart;
My ton g ue forbids to speak
Yet tributes meet, my eyes impilt
My knees shall seek her feet. . 8-11
ley, cut . m igworms and tatter.
l t j , Henry C. Rn nay. P.su,..cured of idward fever,
icirenets Of his mouth. throo and.nostl, g.4ndular mei.
I, tieorge Layman. cured of a meratiriai,affectior. and,
!violent rheumatic pains o'' his head and acmes- 4
~,,,.' Jonathan Strand. Isaac Colmi n and Jilin G. Thomo
sbn. cured ofvarious affections of the g eed, cos. lye"
Bess. sour eructations, sickness lit the at mach. &a. 1
• Karat' Jenkins'. Alrpun anti Tracy' Jenkins, cured of
;daemons oftheaktn,tif a. eaking oo.ipailLs in their limb
'- Numerous other instancei might be # - üblished, b
to swell the list wo Id unnecesiarily in ease the
pense of publishang them. ..- . .
•. It must be plainly seen from the Tore Bing. that t
' ilood rills are an excelledt coPrective fof a disordn,
iiiiimach. the cause of diseases to which the hump
'iyinem is liable, togetbers'ith die impurqy of the Hood.
I(inch exists in all disedirs, and in crtelunctioh with
a disordered stomach, very rapidly prosunies.the hu ,
ixtan body. • d 1 1
p "not -purge as powerfulli as do most
Tir h oll ha l I . i t s ia d as cl en t day. (which produce fig m'uch mis
ief 4gs did ever Inert-lay, or thy , anner,litjay weakening
system,destroying the tone and vigor of the hod?.
d rendering it a prey to constant and,cunts ersal dis
se. 'dtitressed end boo ) . suffertnr) bneare mild and
' and gent!. in their oper!Vitm, 0.7 . 1 oilly increasing,
' wont' al dist - App., pjfinently to corky o ff Warrant
:e n . a s g s sa:r oc y7a i n i a , y ? r i e rar o t r ra eci d in ie t ed ' t, fro g 6 t,e 9 M the mi oe t c .r o a p u a Se i t i i;o ti t ii i : l o ty r re o bu n r d s taki i ' n r e i s n n s g ii
iroll. a; gratinlOte •ChrZCPer
. The wife of Ww:Syswasy, whore trial for the
alleged murder' of his father is now) going oh in
Baltimore County Court, .attends her husband
regular every day, watching, apparently with In
tense interest, .the progress of the evidence, and
betraying, in her pale, emaciated and. anxious
b.it still beatitiful countenance, the ravages which
the situation of her husband is inflicting upon
her constitution. Although the - al:Hinge of the
ICourt have been, several times, preitracied until
a late hour, she never left for a moment, Jim place
which she has secured beilide him, and will prob.
ably, if nature holds out, witness either his ee
-1 Tints) or conviction. There is nothing on earth
more full of interest than such an ittatance of de
votion. The constancy and end•iring love of wo
man have been the themes of admiration in all
ages, and every day furnishes new Proofs of the
justness oCeven the poetical eulogids which they
have. called forth. The sins and crimes and e.,...
lion which drive all the rest of the world from
the object of thefr affections. seem ,but to bind
Iherit the closer to there, and the desertion organ
shine friefidi is but the signal . for atewer, more
resolved 'and - more exclusive. devotion on their
part.,The rhapsody of Moore, ' :
Whigs. V. B.
'I know ,not, I care not, if guilt's in That hear
knowillfhlit I love thee, •whatevet: thou art,'
seems k; find "not less warrant in'tesl life than in
fiction, Whatever May be the issde of the trial
'now pending, one cannot but beheie that them
must- have been somrrniso of good in the man
who could attach to him so strongly a young and
intri3ccrtt *Comma. So often, fiowevtr, are the at
fections of weirnkri misplasdb—so frequently do
we find_the best:and most bcainiful Of them lav
•iehing the trOasures of their hearts: opon totally
unworthy obsects, that there could perhaps, be no
'rule more unsafe than that which Would seek to
infer the good character or disposition of the hus
band from the excellent qualities of the wife.
• , •
Since the above was penned, we learn
that Steward• has been found gdilty of mu r.
der in the second degree.
Amalgenialion.•,-A practical illustration of
thig - disgusting theory became b subject of
investigation yesterday at the PoOm office. A
young lady about twenty years 014/whose peculi
arity of dress mad outliner of speaking betokened
her to be a member or a sect remarkable for their
personal neatness and propriety of demeanor, was
:rocrght in custody to this e °lice dffice , Alorla
with her was also brought in custody a colored
man of so hideous lookinu an aspect that brie.
should think his 'Very apperance Might to be a
sufficient' antidote against any thing like lave or
passicrn in a white Woman. Hut there i cm
count. torlaste, and the. lady's taste en the present
occasion' ppeared unaccountable indeed. From
what transpired, it appeared that the young la.
dy's friends xeside in the town of Westchester,
PennsylliAnia —that some three M. four weeks
back she eloped with the colored man, whose
name is David Smith, and came to New York
'with bin On their arrival here, he took her to
a house inhabited solely by colored people, and
known, to the Police, as the most perfect panda.
monium of thieves and prostituteslthat exist in
New York. or perhaps in env other eity in th , _
world*. Pere the unfortunate girl:lived with. her
paramour fur three weeks until atilaat the pres
time of alecent, demure, looking vhite
in so vile a location, attracted the attention of the
Police, and_ on hearing - her histori some of the
officers brought . her to the Police Ace with the
view of having her restored to her friends.
1595 ' 940 3185
1768 1 1887. • 448
564. 1128 31
3161 e 1394 1576
1062 1380 _9O
4561 4105 2224
4197 1233 5500
Black //isafr.—Thia' Celctoraled Indian Chief
died 'at his eanspon Jim rivet De& Moine, on - the
3d. net. His body was placed on earth in a
pitting posture, with his siaff and implements of
war in his - hands, and then enelo‘ed with slabs
~This mode of burial Is general among
the cbieS of the Sac nation.
'Carious Annoarnesinrur.—Married, in Pall
Maur, 16 inst. Mr. Edward Buffington (not his
cousin Edward) Comfort Taber; dints.
ter of Mr. Paul Taber. -
The Pope.—This potentate is .suffering under
a aeriOna. complaint, which neeeeleitates surgical
operation; according to
.the Leipiie Gazette the
celebrated surgeon Baroni has rine to Rome to
attend hot Holinese. .
New Names.—The Bogor Tranicript proposes
to head lam Deaths and Marrislea, 2 ;arith the words
Bends grid Releases.
Wagest'sf S'!n.—Walter C. Osgood a young
lawyer of New York veiled to the family of
Clinton, died recently in tb
be bed been sentenced Fr
ues, Judge White us ionyalle
low, nottr of the Digest,
through the western part o
ough, N. C.fress, estitnnt
storm of the 28th'ult. to
Tar River, and its tributa
, a sum than thrie million o
The Duchess de Broglie l
brated Madame de Steel,
New York from Canton, a
the fears and anxieties w
age has occasioned.
A Day's Werk.—Or. t
of N. C. was safely deliver
all tifift and kicking!
'9mm.) in one house 11 .
grandmother, are all getti
~me. This le not equal
daughter,. grald daug
'Logi)tcr, being' present
heir common ancestor.
•15,000,have been Bto
Jew d'esprit.—A feilo
dome clothing to a Jew.
oncludedAie-said to hi
hang a Jew aud a Jack
lowa in England?" "Wel
"e - r; "bit ain't it a Wilda
here, seeing they'd hang
nation and the other o
titre," This was a Jew
:t) And Verdict.—A yI
Drought a case of seducti
ry, and her character pr
beet, their 'foreman bro
Vote on the Constituti
out of near 1500 votes, tb
the amendments. •
erode prOcess for prepiri
so that it may be carded '
cotton. A great inventi.
fled ingenuity, even' wh
one million franca wait o;,i
Feast of Trtsdam.—S.
pin IL each, N. Y., edver
broiled Ow/s. They w
A Pubtic Loss.—Mr.
the honor or giving.his n'
cation, Well recently brio,'
by a runaway horse, an.
jury, as to result in his ;
French •Claims —A,
of French spoliations pr
the Philadelphia excbn
Washington, will be th ,
the world. The ceiling
'P'retty . Warm Work
works his needle so qo
have a bowl of water n
Duelling.—All the • • i
fought in England have
of premeditated, murder
months aolitary confine.,
!hies a health to thee
tinguished *I has late!
pliment at Dublin. He
etre, when several of his
played and sung. The
en masse, and he came
speech, saying how pro
bard of Erin, and Biel
land was pophlar throw
'Am Moore!- - rhin die
, received a merited corn
was present at the The
nattun all melodies were
audiCnce called on hiin
orwattl-and made a neat
a 14 was of being the
Explat ing Sicuidron.
ken on. the 15 ult. in 1
which is .r Arai distal*
light steam boats are
any . Wright.—Th
be. s - great gun of I
stun of the good Mika
off. ii very Wrong t
ety to . Wright, an
be left . atone.
A Ysruuti Nation.-
lain' under the head of
the announeepent of a
ter proof bat, made of th
ranted not to-take wily
StittO prison, where
orging pension cer.
molidy .3011 contin•
cent, but Judge
ea fallen ■ victim.
give taken place all
`••titer' in the Tarbor
a the damage by the
ho crepe, Sco.hy the.
l y strams, at no leas
daughter of the tele
!valid bag arrived. et
d ao.iwt an end to all
Ich her protradted voy•
i s 2nd most. Mrs. Day
• d'of four sturdy boys,
!In Norfolk' County
,aughter, mother,' and
ig courted at the same
o art English story of
ter, and great grand
:t the confinement of
fee !toga, containing
at Fon Crawford,
I , the other day, sold
flerthe sale bad been
"Do you know they
ts together on the gal
, no," was the rejoind•
• that both of as ain't
•ne on account of his
account 01 his net-
'nag woman having
n before a Vermont ju.
, ving to be none of the
ght in hie verdict "se-
.re were only 80 eganalt.
• ands Alestt has dices
,l g Elsa frum the stock.
ar.d span as „ordinary
, and one which bar:
n the:litre reward of
red for its . accompfisht
I ' dy Welsh of the Ter.
;nes itinosig other titbits
WM not agree with our
ancaster, who has had
roe to a system of edu
ked down in New York
so serious Was hie in
l eynornil on the subject
vious to 1800, is left at
4'c for Fignatu;es.
all of this new office at
largest single room in
ill be Hippo . Ma by near
A in England,
k - tkat he is obliged yei
r him'to cool his needle.
itnesees of a duel lately
I. n tried; and convicted
and eeptenced to twelve
• that the music of Irv
bout Oro world.
Th • • vessels were Fro
‘: 4 s longitude 20,
e east of the Azores. •
ter is'rising at last. end
g.triniug to run.
she man tinues to
irk, YOrk, and expect
ere. wlBh she would go
attach so much noturi
we ;think she bad kit
An tnglish paper eon•
"Nc4 American Paient,"
. •patent hydrophobia mi
n akin or a mad-dog,