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CHAPTER TUK LAST.
Tll MIST CLEAHKD AWAV.
Jal is Fanny opened her linle month
Till of smiles, to k, S.irj opened ihe
lrswing room to announce 10 his 'mass
Harry' itxil ' y ,un r gemnun' wished
lo tee him,
Srj.) ihrciv ili great door whtopn
and at tint yinift in-ttn enured Mi.
UierWd Sinclair, one uf Harry' col
ILny wt loomed hi li ieut) warmly,
tut he could not help wishing he lu
delayed his arrival in hour or so.
As iiomi id had received your laM
doleful llir,' Mid the new comer
returning Uhtry'f shake with rompoiim'
inlercil, resulved to mine ttrif in
ile(l or going home, althcitih I havi
nat heard a woid from theie lor
lM half (hit tim Your teller wl
f co deep i hlu, that it made me tnel
ncholy for full 5 miotiies. I Itll Cam
tridge immediately, and mm tod t, p0
haste lo ace J on for fear you would shoo
or diown yourself in yo'H sciiilaiy pi if
on. ho! here I am. Whai! Fanny!
exclaimed lu, for "he first time perceiv
ing Harry' companion.
None otlnr, my dear Kchard,' re
rnuto,a and warm emlirace follow
J. 1 1 j r r y 't eyes begin to grow gieet,
he heartily wished his fiiend bact at
Cambridge, or any where bul where h
was; and was on (he point of inviting
lum lo moilal combat, when Sinclau
iur.wd from Fanny to him.
..Wi. I ...
ny nave you never loin mo von
viffl acquainted with my sistei? And
fanny.' continued Sinclair, 'how cam
you hcrt? Why did you leave home
anil when? 1 am in a maze. Pray,
Your sister!' uttered Harry, consider
'fhy I am here is along Mory bu
I may as well tell it now.'
Tne trio seated themselves or? thr
great velvet cushioned jf, and Fanny
thus commenced, Hairy meanli.ne giz
ing into her bright eyes.
'lou know, Mr. Lincoln, that your
chum, Dick Sinclair, had Bn only sisdet
in Charleston, S. C. and that he ant!
lV Mniiif were orphans; but you din
not know, until a few minutes ago, tha
I, Miss Si ubbs F anny gave a droll,
expressive glance--' was his sister. 1
nmd to hear my brother speak of yon
and all his letti-rs were full of youi
)ra:sr that will account, in part, to yoi
why I treated you so like an old fiiend.
Papa died when we were young chil
'ren, appointed 'Mr. Licclles, an oh
f.'iend of hie, our guardian. The pr jp
arty was divided rquaily between us,
"but iasuch a way that neither of n
coulj, command a penny of it until we
ki rived st the Jge of 21. So was it di
nned in the Will'.
'Who came with you, Fanny, fioin
-Charleston? and when and why?'
Have patience, my brother 4 you
shall know ail in good time. I merely
wish to say a few svords explanatory lo
Mr. Lincoln. My brother having
..arrived at the desirable age of fre edom
'StfS come in full p osesion ol his share.
'Is.L ;mt so Dick! 1 am still at the mer
.cyof.Mr. Lacclles, receive as many
air as few pounds as he chooses lo givi
met My brother, being a great favor
ite witli'Lim lways received an ampb
allowance. Sj did I, unti' now ,inI
now lie will not let me havo a slul
. 'How ti.ppctis that, sister?
That is the funny part of it. Aboti'
j ear ago Mr. Licelles look it into his
h8.nl that I would make him a nici
wife. I waa then sixteen, he being on
Fanny threw back her heal, and
'lie for a lonn lime at the oddity
f-f h thing. Her mirih being conclud
ed,. wtti t,n wi'h ber siory.
-1 J 4j ways h id liked my gJat dian, bu
r.onlil r.o,! Hiink of marrying him. 1
told him i " 8 vcrv respectful manner,
but lie w.nVhl not lake 'no' for an an
w r .y.yA know, U.ck, how pfis' ver-
i ig and iuimtA V;,t'',; '1S 's w')ei1 bis mind
is once mad,;. Hu kf P' basing mr, uu-
til I avoided. hisP"'pnC0 ,n 'vt'r' l)0"
-sible uay'l chkX'- At laM he bi-cann
,-lirill.irtliilil.. 1 . 'l l" """c "nil
In mr inn,;' ThfO
1 WJ1 still lor
merited in ev rv .w.
lie senl nv
Ihrcatenii.g notes, nr.V i,Vru'lei1 ''fell
upon me every opporUiV1'' v"
ence became sn dwg-ee V1''" 10 n'r' '
r.fraiced from going in,V? ,he t,,erA
then he udd me io h non A "ho"1'1 "'
havo snoiher sinpence untu ' ,jrc,n"
tws :f.. 1 knew he woulj kP
wnr.I, as the event proved. . w,!"
t)etcrxi;,ed I sho.ild many h V1' b"
.more fioin hi having said 1 i"l.ci'' ",i,n
lor any Ijve he borrme. ,1 n:vt "
a Iiic'imnnd paijer, about that tiiaeA ''
1 , i P ft n r I it li a it n mo I III a
6dverti?cmetit statinit that Mr. Ni.",
teaclnr of a village school .fififn iii
from R'chrnond wished an ai)titt K
eiiei iiiieo.l the female denaiimru at
, his school. A marvellous independent.
f.iol! 11 , ai r.tp within me. so I lefi Chsi ie 1,1
ton uTlhout SJVinga wo.d to mv on-. 'ior "m ,,f vv,"!" -v l'",,rl, !,",, 'l,mb,rr
.,,.1 .rrivlin'TJiehmond-iy. weeks aro:'c,fbrsn,!y. 811,1 )'"" fin'1 hcfuieyou
iv, ..e f.om the.O to Mr. N.les. J V t
iiliCii .t:- veil enough f
ry me. Since then 1 have been teach-1
ing in his sr.hoo'.' I
'A siring, wild tlan sister mine
Why did you noi wide to me?'
'I wanted to see how it would seen.
fain tn o vii living, and I did
not with to siay any lunger in C har lus
'lam gli.l it i no worse, Fanny;
mii yon mii.t mve up your fulish idea
I sch tol-kt ping, 4iid be my enmpan
on io the )ld coiMiHy. I im going in
i few w't-k. '
I dj t.i in theplan in toto,' said Har
'y. '1, too, nar going on a voyage, and
i!iib companion. 11,11 mu vovaife i
he voyage of life; ii will be s Very,
wry ahoit one, if 1 do m t have Fanny
l acimmjiany me. What say you
Yea Fanny, what do you say?' a.kfd
. . . . . . 1
it mo nei lauiiniug.
'I will do as ynu b it h think best,'
ner-kly responded fanny, wi'h a 10
.11 sh smile 111 th cjiuuc of her. down
And an thev were married Fanny
mi-lair and Hmy Lincoln,
HIE EFFECT OF A SINGLE
An individual named Rune.ll, ha'
been convicted in the Si. Louis Crimna
Court of forgery.
The Ileveil e says 'the prisoner wa-
of very renpeclable standing in societt ,
even enviably so. His character foi
honesty and moral worth hid never
been impeached by so much as a supi
cion, bul, trom the fact of having be
come enitiarrassed in apecnniaiy man
nnr,he was ind Jcedlo the perpetration ol
una ctime which has lost him his casit
m aociety, and put upon him the name
if felon. Afier having realized thr
price of his hone s'y, singular as it may
eem, instead of fleeing the country
ve God him re'urning lo the place ol
'lis abode, not more thin sixty miler
from the city where he had committed
he crnif, scrupuloudy paying off a!
his creditors, investing the balance ol
the proceeds of his fraud in produce,
Uking it South, disposing of H.& again n
taming to hishome, evidently manitVsti g
no apprehensions of arrest or puui.li
nent, His sentence may be conbider
d light, two years and a halt in ihi
Piuson Punishment i.v Connecti
COT- The Hartford papers ars discuss
mg the character and propriety of the
iunishmenls infheted at the pritton t
hat place. 0 ie prisoner, it is asseite
vas whipped until evacuiions from u
Oowels was produced. Ihisnnt pro-
ducinc tho desiied i-iTeel. the cold watei
pplic.ii ion wai tried, which is tiescr ib
ed as follows;-,
11 then ordered the negro out from
the cell, lippi d him enlnely naked,
made him lie down upon 1 he brick II oi,
and then put the leg-iroi s no his ankltis.
He then put a lope aiound his ankle?,
and hooked the Ml to a rope. 1 thr u,
by his diiections, assisted to draw him
up, so that In head ch ared the fl ior ah
of 9 fool. He could lunch nothing,
either with hi head or hands. I 1U1
held him suspended, while he (Mi.
Strong l ilashert wattr upon him liorii
the hofpital stairs, a distance of luh
This inhuman punishment issiid lo
have produced the proper iffect iht
man promised amendment and Im
iiitce kept his promise.
EGGS AND l'OULTRY.
Mr. El'sworth, Comtniasioner of Patent
111 his annual report, embracing a v.im
ainminl of agriculiuiat information, says ii
is supposed that Uu-re m iy beaunually eon
juried in the United Slates 1 , 400,000, 000
of egij;a; and averaging the value at 0 cent
a dozen, '.his would amount $8,000,000.
If we allow an average of five chicken, or
other kinds of fowls, a year in each peraon
at a coal of Vl nnis aver gt including
turkeys, geese, ducka, &c..ihat will amoun
to in'oieihao 07,500 000 equal to 812 -000,000
annually; making the agi;reaii
vnloH of the cnnauinpiiun of poultry, !
ay nothing of the aniount which migh'
he ai'ded fui the feathers. It is said 10
tiae been nseerlaincd that half a million ol
etrcs ar consumed every month in the city
of New York. One Woman in Fulton
market sold 175,000 eggs in ten weeks
npilving the Attor 1 1 . u n each day with
1000 for five davs and on ttaiurdav 2500
Ait OrsTER Shell exhibiting in
R )ton which is recently from one of
the S )jih V c fl : Llaod. It wpiuhs
COllhK.,29i inched long and is 20
METHOD OF PLAYING
Some one nivr 'be following item:
-Drink nome bol.led -Mou', two bol-
s of noil, a it!a-s of Mrechino.
I M,,rTie urX il ij ploy
" rnuTH wrmor-r ikab
&f i77fU.fr, tfjiWf 12, IMS
lei'iucnibrr the I'l inter
WHEAT. CORN. RYE. BUCK.
W11ET, OATS or WOOD, will be re-
etved for debia due ua for snhirriptinn.
Alao a tew bushels of PO I'A I'OES if
From thoas who have promised Lumber
inrli and inch end a quarter nine bosrda
II be received if delivered soon.
Hon. James Ihichanan, Hon, Simon
Cameron, Gen. W. S. Rom, and Mr.
Finnton, will all sccrpi 0ur thanks for
i"7' Ilrform' reiterates hi aasertion in
he laat Danville Intelligeneer, that the As
paa:iH,nis of the county were raised by ihe
tevetiue iouimissioners, in rot. sentience
if neglect 011 the pari of iha County Com
intssiucers, nuiwithatanding they have
thewn to the saiisfac.tion of every unpre
judiccd mind ilut the fault lay elsewnere
and 1101 with them, This is no more than
we expected. For we had no idea that
' Reform' would acknowledge his error al
though proof should be given ' as thick s
blackberries.' either light r.or right,
were what he wanted, lie had another ob.meul ttt 1'aniaburg on tho 4th of September.
ject in view, it was an at.empt to throw oili.
11 m on the Commissioners regardless of the
. u,eo, or in, manmr oruamg inem
, f -
.noi uecause nicy nave neen gntity 01 neg
led of duty, but because, as we remarked
n a fonnei article, limy are Ramovil nen
nd friendly to the Removal Hill. He wish -
es to throw discredit unon them in the one
,1,1 . .. 1 , .1 1 e
case, that he may destiny the confidence of
the community in them in another in
which they will sonn be called upon to act
1 prominent part. Dul in this he will be
nistaken. They have heretofore proven
heuiselves faithful guardians of the public
interest, and it will take snmeihing more
dian iho ie 'dictum' of 'Reform' to make
the per., . believe they will not hcrouf
I5ui lias 'Reform' done bis duty as a good
citizen should w ho had 'lie interest of the
community so much at 1 1 " a r U as he now
pretends to have? Did he answer the in
terogalores sent him by the Rovciiiie Coin
inissioners? or did he take uieasuies, upoi
the rrceijil nf the letters which he received
from the Revenue Coinminsioner (ro 11 this
.fudiriil Diatrict, warning him of die dargei
of an iuctease of the assessment, to prevent
ii? lie does not even pretend that he did.
Uy doing so, justice might have been
lone the county, but he would have lost the
oppnrlnnii) of throwing . the blame upon
he Co nmi'siouers, and had one the les
weapon to use to affect the loc.il election io
K'lober. The interest of the county was
small, with him, in comparison with that of
nan an. The otie might aud'er for what
'ie eared, could he but advance the other.
Out upon such tiickfry. .he girh is
too thin to hide the least pail of the
leformily of ih animal, ami if we
mistake not, llieae groundless ailark upon
die Commissioners, will rebound back with
ien"fold force upon iheir authors.
A word with regard lo the County Taxes
and we have done with 1 Reform.' at leaf-
for the nreacnl. A few veara since, the
(yommisa'.oni'ra were under the control of
' 1 .
the ' Danville faction,' when it ill be re
mernbered by all, the county taxes were
iiiljher than they have been since; and yet
iiouniy orders were hawked about the sTeeb
md old at a discount. Now it is other
wise, yince the Commissioneis have been
exclusively Removal men, the taxes have
been gradually icdueed almost every year;
the demandi upon the Treasury promptly
yaid and this year the CommieHonrrs have
been enabled lo icJuce the taxes one ball,
which is bul linle more, if any, than one
third of the amount levied when the Dan.
villi! faction had die control of the alTdrs 0!
the comity And when tho county scat
sli',i lie removed lo Bloomsbum. there w ill
! c 1.0 necessity for any material increase ol
evsn this sum, as ihe county expenses wilt
lie largelv derreasrd in consi tjuence of i 1
central location. Si much for U-foim '
O" DJ3y,ihy do Justices sumct'unc tnko tin
iitHPuKsmiLiTfl' said a little urchin to his futhoi
who wsa clullied with a Justi'-e conmiiiision.
I dont know,' replied the fdthei.
' Bciaufo he is under odi IlATl0.x,, aid the
' " . ou ".ry rar-al, KhatUo you kn.
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I QUCM, I.B1U 1110 iuy iii''ni uui vi uu- room
VTh.i l.st becnie . f iH Latl i?3 t ha !.n
K7.Thelaie attack of tie ' DanvilU
Faction' upon the County Olliceis, is bu
a mere entering wed;je lo still more ridicu
lous and improbable slo-iea to be sot afloai
by them between this and the October elec
tion. to have an effect upon the result ol
the local queaiion ; and we, therefore, ihu
early, warn die Irieud of Removal to bo on
iheir guard, and not be aatonished at any
thing eminatin; from that quarter, during
die summer, however absurd it may appear
Export, ihen, all the falsehoods and im
aginahle stories t!iat inginuity can invent,
and you will not he disappointed.
Tho Courta of Columbia (.Vunty commence
their aeBaion in Danville, on Mwday the Slat .
Wo ahall ha there, and if, ivhilo extending our
hand to greet a friend, we ahoidd find in it a bank
bill, neithor wo, nor our creditora would be dis
pleased. We are very modest, thoreforo not very
lortirular an lo the amount ; only mind and not
pay ua any thing in advance. Oont all crowd
up at oi.ee, but (jive ua lima to put up the money.
Tho peciHl Township Election for the election
of two Justice for TJInom Towuahip, in to be held
at Robert Hagenhiirha on Monday nest. It closes
at 7 o'clock in tho evening.
The Legislature will adjourn on Tuesday next.
The bill for the erection of a now county out of
parta of Lycoming und Bradfoid has been indefi
nitely postponed in the Scnato.
Tho democratic Slate Convention for tho nomi
bili0n OIa i"didate for Canal C inimiabianer, is to
Gen. Almonte, the Mexican ct Minister, nailed
t V V ..At C, Cnri (rlit tn Fri.llltf lltnrnill?.
If QUI il. 4 V u ' " J O'
!with hig flilllilyi la the barqne Anahuaa
Thn lint intelligence from Williamsburg is tlmt
.apUim Tyler is seining the James river for hi
su,n"",r ""I'P'yf 1 ma ia mucn moro agreca
ble than being lurrassed on e ich sido by opposin,.
The General Election in Connecticut look nlacr
on .1undny last, and resulted in the election of tin
whig candidal for Governor, Congiess, and a ma
jority of both branches of iho Legislature.
The managers of 1 he Tide Watei
Canal have lesolved that boats shall not
be allowed to travel on Sunday.
The Canal Cummihioners do not now
rr quire Collector s 01 Lock keepers to
Inly on Sunday, their lore travelling nn
Sunday nui! cease. This is liubt. S.x
lavs out ol seven is enough lor man r. r
neasl to work.
1) mii I Gray , w ho was comniilled ti
Jail in 1J titv.lle on a ch it ol passing
cotintei iVit money, and of stealing a
large diove of sheep, and who, a few
days since broke j.i'l, but wj
again aii'isteil, has been hilled r,u!. upon
a bond of $000 We wondvr ol there it
any mystery about ihis, o" whether the
bond was mluced by Ivq Kitchen.
NOR I'll 15 RAN UU CANAL.
The North Uranch Dii 'uon of the I:nn
avhania Canal is now iu liisl rat? crd-r
I'oata are passing r.nd re-gassing, and trade
promises a large iiiereiio I rum list year
I'.xlia pains has been taken lo repair,
that the water will not have to hi' drawn of
the ensuing season. In a great many places
the Canal has been widened; the s;x'eei.
mile level above Beach Haven has been
ureailv improved, Inun the bottom of the
Cain! enrth h is hern taken out to the
depth of 2 fed for near two miles, and
likewise widened near all this distance.
The ILhimnre Pattiol says: The ac
mints from all around the country repre
lents the wheat crops to be in a moat thriv
ng cotuliiinn. Tiie fields as is usual n
the 1st of May It is too early to make
ny certain calculation of the next harvest
hut the indications have never been mon
favorable at the season, than they are now
I'lie recent fros;s, it is feared, have killet!
die apricots, and it is apprr hended kavr
been of jrnt iijnry to the iail.(n Iate,
irtiiia are full of pmmise.
Mr Turret. A elcrgtnan, who lately
passed through Baltimore, writes to tin
Zion's HeralJ that on his way he solifilei'
11, d obtained an interview with Mr. Torre y
11 the penitentiary. He reprCf cr.ts him at
kindly treated, comfortable in bodily cir-
umalancea and very happy in mind. II n
abor is lighl and easily got through by three
i'cIoi k p m. Hlier which ho employ s him
self in rending the t;b!o Hviold hiivisi
ei that he was about to apply for h jol.r
L writing materials and ( Xpccli in gel ll fn
His friend may visit him 01 making pro
ner application. snd to ilergyu.cii llie doors
s.-f iff r v Tfnc::.
Hiohily Important From Texas .V A SINGULAR LAlvb
ception of the Annexation Raolutiont- The Cincinnati Atlas says that there ,
Ureal Rejoicing.-W'e have a supply of t.ir,.uar ;ike about thirty miles from Kings
papers by a recent arrival Irom Texas up lon Canada, situated on the top of a hi I
C the 25 h uli. sajs the PI. ladelphia Led- 350 feel liigh; mid entirely without inlet,
-er, and we find they are filled with re- i10Ugh a inall atieam run fro.,, it do,,
juicing at iho passage of the Annexation' 0M ,il!t, t)f ,,,B in) pri,f,jVt.p w.,0 viMlt..,
1esolu11.ini by the United Slates Congress. .,iell, ltlis rouiry, iega,dvd 11 as t.,
The citiz-na of both Galveston and lliins-'pr(,;l,bl curiosities he had ever neen ,j
ton testified tho liveliest joy immediately 811 j,,,,,,,.,! jt l() 0,.,.tlpy crate r of an ex
on the reception of the news, a fact which ,juci volcano, and receive its waters through
proves what the journals of that country hold .,1 phons from a greater distunee.-bui
have always asserted, that the people ate
stror.gly iu fayor of ihe project, however
much the prominent politicians are opposed
to it. It is from the lattei that the oidv op
position to the measure is lo bo
the harbor at dalvisto:i
displayed the Star-Spanklcd Hanni r arm
the Lone Stai iu unimn from their masts;
me hundred guns were fired in honor of
the event, and an illumination nf the city
was agieed upon with the greatest tinnnimi
ty. A public meeting m as convened, at w Inch
Gen. iMemiican Hunt presided. A pream
ble and resolutions, expressive of the joy
of the peepla at the prospect of becoming
once more citizens of the United States.
wero drawn up and passed without dissent
from any person present.
A rommitue was appointed lo address the
inhabitants of Texas upnn the great tvtni,
and every thing indicated an unanimity anil
fervor of popular sentiment in favor of An
nexation, which we had scarcely anticipat
ed from tho rumors that have reached u
of late from that country, It was also r
quested, by special resolution, for 1'resi
lent Jones lo call an extra session of Con
gress, for the purpose ol ascertaining tin
will of die people in respect to annexation
At Houston there was the same evidencr
il gratification. It was bailed with a burs:
if enthusiasm by the citizens that has nevei
ven (xceeded: The i.etvs of the Victorians'
liililo of San Jacinto scarcely excited sticl
general and enthusiastic rejoicing, the soumi
d the drum anil other musical instruments,
the roar of cannon, and the loud shouts o!
ihe multitude, resounding long after mid
night. Lis thought a favorable indication
111 the part of President Jones that he should
lave appointed the Hon. David S. Haul
n?n, an ardent friend of Annexation, n
Charge d'A flairs to the United States.
Just before the New Yoik left Galveston
1 liriti-di man of war enleied thai pari, heal
ing dispatches lo Capt. Elliott, British
Unvoy, from his fJoierniiient. It was
said that this vcisi l had a vast amount of
money on board, and that ihe ili'spa'die
outained liif traction to Capt. Elliott lo
offer to guaranty the national independence
if Texas, provided the annexation resolo
ions ate njec ed, It was further reported
thai the Fetich Govei nnir-ni had also 1 iTer
d the same gnarar.ty 011 the same eondi
nous Piivate adwecs assure us that when
beso propositions were made known in
lalveston,' he people snapped their fingers,
aying 'ihe loreigtiers were loo late'
(.'apt. Etlioti set out lor the capital im
mediately alt'T reeeii int; l.'n despatches
VI. S.di;'iiy, the I'lcnch Charge, was al
There is a report in the Texas paper
that Santa Ana had made his escape.
'IN DEA TH NOT DIVIDED.'
A touching instance of sisterly aiTeclion
lately occurred at A'alem, Mass,in the death
if two sisters, at a very advanced age.
fhese twin sisters had always lived logflb
er in the utmost love and harmnny. They
ppeared to exist oi ly for each other, (than
repeatedly been hcardtosay that they had no
wihh to survive each other one hour. Their
d.'ath was veiy singular it remarkable Phii
of the first was very sudden, while in the
icl of rising (rom her bed. There was 110
mc in the bouse except her tuin bitir
who was in btd with her- The first to
jive the alarm was an aged sister, ne ulv
'ighly years of age (who in the Piovidenci
if God happened to he passing the ionse
ibotil nn licit r afier), and hearing tht
groans of her surviving sister, wenl in and
I on ml her silting in a chair, and uttering
the most piteous moans, and saying, t.Mary
'deui! Maty is dead!' She continued .0
or a few hours, refusing all comfort or too
.olation. when she became nro.o.eions ,r
f every thing aroi.nd, and cradiially sunk
.way will out any apparent disease, ,in,.
SiimLy neon, and dod ,vid,oul a struggle. CICl. );), jioiie'Tji ih. Texasrelm r.s
They were both iuti rre l in one gnve, ,!e the lost Jov ph d tho p iri'iit.tl bo
f.v'j.' f! (mhii. May the union, he per pe'tnl!
The tuloe nf the lead shipped from Let lis humbly hope that the AH-wisr:
.ijieni, Dubuque, and Snake Hollo w, Bei o n w ho h as thus far diieeiul the
lining the last vc: r, is estimated al l, .100, -lonc star of our ci-tintiv Iblooeh lb-
.1110 1 - . I .1 ... 1 ...
000 ami is g.eaier man mat 01 any lurmer ;
It iS Stall ! a rll0Mr.1l f a . ', ,1.: fi;,,
ibe lormuMi'ii ol our e n i rr. ifn 1. 1, n.
Speaker id ibe House ol li, pn-s i,i ,iiu,
ha ! fui a 's.'rit a wbcjle day froiii hi
,u m)l ,.,oucide with ihe pooular belief in
neighbourhood, that the fountain head
Wiis !.ke Liie. altlioin'hl it is Ul)!l0ed
.ilunhey occuiiy the same level.
Danger of Lucifcrs Matches. A cor
, r,'si1,M,-'e,,ei uf N- Y- Commercial sug
ll,al fires, of when origin there is no clue,
are often kindled by mice nibbling H lucifer
matches, that had improperly been kept in
desks an l among papeis. Therefore, keep
your matches in a tin box, as made lor the
puepute by the tinners.
The Great Match lo 2U,000 between
die North and Soiuh Uabliton and Pey
ion bat been ai length pusinveiy atranged
and the race will bu run in Alav. over the
A SINGULAR SCENE
A fc.v Sundays since at the .Ninth Sneet
Church, in Cincinnati, the in niater not
Having arrived early iu ihe deal;, a huge
Jog ran up the aisle, ascended the puipii
ind put his paws 011 the Bible. The ex
pressiutis ol Ins countanaiice and the move
merit of his tail were su ludicrous, thai
most of tho congicyation wire obliged to
leave the chuich. The minister shoitly
d'ler arrived, and discovering the matks of
a dog's paws upon Ihe bible betrayed so
much astonishment, that tho congregation
again laughed. Alter a while the service
went on as utial.
Snow. In New Hampshiie and Yer
iiout, 2 2d ultimo, the ground was covered
.villi snow 10 the depth ol neuily two
;e"t 011 a level.
A DEAR COW.
An aastill and battery case was last week
ried at Lexington, Ky, in which ihe pLm
nil" reeo-ered 12U0 doll irs. It grow out ol a
dispute about the sale ol a cow
Pigeons in Smith Carolina. A (lock
of pigeons lately passed over Camden, S C.
which was at least a u.ile in length cud
hall' mile wide! Enoagii.wj shoulJ sup
pose, to make a pie for all creation.
A Petrified Corpse was I'ourd at Ccrthier
Canada, a lew days ago. Some workmm
vho had occasion to remove several eidlins.
111 excavating for the tiiljrgemeiil nf the
clinch al that place, came upon one of nun .
mill hardness, and on striking it split iuio
pieces, disclosing a body ihoroiijihly pro
icrved and turned to stone. I he tcnaiiu
no those of a Mrs. Morrison, who du d
ibotil twenty years ago, and was burnt!
H'ltH.i.h the floor of the church. A small
running stream pasted beneath toe colli n ,
which is supposed to be the cause
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Quick Trips 'I' ha steamboat Sultani
tias inaile tl.o trip between New Orleans
mil Louisville in four (lays, twcniy-otin
hours am', fifiy-eighl minutes, being one;
hour and fifty-two minutes !es9 lime than
die shortest previous trip ever made.
I'iftceii Hundred Children aie ed'. rated
.1 the )iiblic school of New Orleans, at an
annual expense i f $2? 8(1 each.
The Hi in on Star atuic tn.ee the pas-
siiie ol llio 1 exas 11 solutions I .CuimIi
ill'' UinllM r) a't'S l.'0'igre,s H; Itims ol
ll.ftli c Mi:l,i:ioo. L I'. 10 a. k-:
'Til- resolutions will iioobi l i c
Ci-ive the coidial ;,iiiid). ,11011 ol the ci
tizens ol Texas. They admit Ttxis in
to the Union as a Slate, and allow h r
people the priv ileii' S of Ameiican citi
e We ci 11 in j i-tlci! ask no more.
O.11 Government wiil dou'ules irompi
ly iidopl such niHasuies a may he 111-
cefS.uy to consummate this g'eal riiea",
,,,e - J l'f oi'l,! "in-ofi with one voic e
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1,10,111 ,or l,r"ml" aim oeei,ve a.'!,,,,,
'an I we aie cm fi lent that the Executive
will not he found wanting at this elis
N vf ( ( .
fni;, ,y cods c,f war, ha? ii,
inui.t il that it shall hencel'oi lh in cum;;
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