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Till. A IS LA X l
" With xirretesl fh.lvirn enridi'd,
From titriniis gnrthwi cull'd with cure"
How U it o'er l!iu dlroneni mind,
'i'lut trill, s liuKl sui'li mvny t
A wonl n iy, i'Vii a link uiAiud
M.iy darken all life' Jay .
1)1), in this world of d d!y care,
Tlio thousands !hat liiivc tmi
(.'an uny liaf ilnliip better hear
'J'han they cult hear a wind.
Ala , tlw lium.m niould'a at fault;
And still liy turns il chums
A nohli'tuvs tliat can exalt,
A litlenCiS that shamis !
C'f litrrnglh nnd wi akmss Mill con.l im d
Coiiijiounded of the mean and RtMiiH ;
And liilh s thus will shako the mind
That wo. lid u teiiiieit stand.
Give ma that B jul Biijierior power.
That conquest over fate,
Which sways the weakness of the hour.
Kules litlh: thiiijja as great;
That lulls the human waves of stiifo
Willi woiJs of feelings kind,
And Kinkcn the trials of our life
The trials of our mind.
l'lmu llie I'liion.
Jfly Cuiiatrj's native Glory.
They leil of wave and waterfall
Iu foreign clime at'd story;
Hut give oh, givetn me, o'er all,
My count! y's native glory !
My heart is where the waters leap
l'':oin u-oud Miau'ara's ili7.y Bleep
A. id vihe. i! the foam liiwloffs,
T -''nil ' ill hat Hi Is' V dell,
. of niiiwy shell,
I li Ih'iU of ini'kv roses
'J'hey tell uf vale, and moiiiit, uid tree,
t) caverns i!fci andhmiry ;
Hut i.'vi' oil, Hive, o'er all In inn
My ctiiiulrv 's li.i'.iM- h" j !
Jii'nluekv halll I Inarirlii.t'o i jve,
Sor Ccl'ip's Intuit! iwr hioody gnivi-
rt heio a'.hoUHind echoic i- i ak,
And l.ecli.: slial- from heaii'y's cheek;
Where runs a ila.h nieaudriiny ttieam,
'J',!l . irc'iies lend Iheir lio id gleam,
V',i.i-e viilli;r chant a side ' li song,
Like Aden's, lis they ro'.e 1 i eng.
'J'hey lell of livers wild and liec.
Willi tales of feudal forey,
iu: they have no nn, not for mo,
My county'a native glory.
I've blood hesidc the 'Mansion' old,
To view Potomac's breast of gold,
In summer's calmest wrathci.
And traced in thought its windings all
I'loin rock to rork from fall to fall,
Till inadly rush together
Two livers in their gi;ml might,
Like freedom in her i.lrifi! I'm riyht.
I've turned my gJZi' aloft to see
The endant c ags and Imv'ry,
And from my soul exclaiined. for me
O'er all the world Inside, for me
My country'H native glorv!
Til Pi VAUmT 0 UHKGO N.
On tliis point, Caplsin Fi e inon f, froiri
liin talents and Ligl) character, is emi
iitraly enliileil to - hear J. IIh speak'
u)oi) vvlul ho himself lias teen, a fol
'Conimeiciclly, 1 1 1 e value of (lie Ore
pon counlry mtit Le greal, washed a
it is by ihe Noith Pacific; Ocean lion'
ir- Asia pioduciug many of the tie
tnuiila of commerce mild and heallliy
in ils climalp, and becoming as it nam,
Silly will a thoroughfare for the Easlln
dia mid China trade.'
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UI.OOMSItUKC, COLUMBIA COtXTV, PA. SATURDAY.
TIIF l'l RATE'S ATTACK.
A P0WEH1 IT. SKETCH.
'Tlipre tlify rp '' exclaimed iho captain
who? eye had taken the direction of minr
'me rascal liuve rnaul clear of tie anil ate
.lulling on from St. Domingo side. Stand
10 your arms, bo) f; ri'nues art upon us.'
In an instant every man was at his post,
uid on the alerl. 'Stand in the shadow ol
the spars and rij'ng" t hn out of night,
continued tlx captain, not a man ol you
fire till 1 give the word.'
'Ay. ay. sii,' rewponileil the crew, wit
And now, sayi the captain, who really
leenl to work in a linsineH-l iko nvle, 'let
is gelTliis gun to the ointr tack, Mr. Brae
to be ready for the gentlemen
'Die muzzle of the piece was according
IV I rust turn tue otiiiHite port, keeptni; n
lead aim at die bnat, wlneli was r.oiv a lii
tl e more than a quarter of a in.le distan
Strange,' said 1, 'that the fellows iliouh
dionse to row against the moon, when by
so doing, they must know we must sci the
filler of their oais '
I Huspect'cplicd the enpiain, 'ihat lliej
had no choice about it. Yon forjet ilia.
we have rnoro or less w ind off the lam!
since sunset, and are ut leaUsix miles frun
whence we were then. The probability i'
dial the rogues lost us nficr nightfall, bin
it seems that they have found us at last.'
Die boat was .low very near us, Siil
not a sound came from her, The close?
mil most painful aiiruticm could not hem
he dip of hrr oar which roe snd fell liki
pieces of niechanieiain glitieiing in lh
niooiiligtit like bladt s uf bii ver.
SJoaM, ahoy,' cried llie voice of Cajilaii
Jelirop, in its most startling toms. No
inswer was relumed to this summons, Bin1
the oats were pliad unite lively, 'Keep of!
vnu taseals,' again should out commands
'(rfT! or I'll blow you out of water!'
This threat & the firehrand which fl iur
shed v ith great fierceness seemed In maki
i!ie pirates hesitaie. The motion t-f tin
boat was arrested, 1 lirup tlm't the victor
already achieved, and he nJain raised In
voice in tones uf authority 'Throw yom
arms overboard and pomn alongside.'
A volley of mnskctry was the teply I
this summons a ib zeti bullets whistler
by and 'he captains Int flew across tin
leek. A deep iinprei alion burst Irom his
ips. 'The next intant a broad slreani o
lla'iic issned from the qnarfi deek, and 1 1 1 -explosion
of the piece broke nponjihe dead
stillness of the elcnieni's w ith a iniso like
ihnnder. A distant i r.isli, a heavy splash"
in" in ihe wa'er.ai ive n hicli a cry of mor
A :ioniv w.is icri it'1' v ilisiiiict, lud arisen
.il ihe ilirecitin ol ihe fue before the smoke
'li-persed siillieientl y to Triable us to see the
elT et of our shut. No boat was then to be
ieen nor any trace of her crew, we had in
ill pr ihahiliiy sent every tool into eterni-
Piv (Jpoigi"!' ciim! ilia captain, with
something like compunction in hi tone, tub
biug Ins heid with his handkerchief, 'I
would rather have tiuen the rascals and lud
ihe in decently hanged. than sent them to the
bottom ir. this off handed manner ,You
couldn't have madi! a heller shot, Mr. Brae
A horiid yell, rising appirenily from the
very depth beneath the ship, stopped him
n the middle of hi speech. A boat glided
nit of the smoke, and shooting under our
ows,ailozn dirk f irms were seen spring
iiig from il to the sidu of the ship. IJui
in r precautions had been wisely tiken, A;
viere completely sueeesjf'il. No eooner did
they touch the slippery vessel than most ol
them, with the most horrid blasphemies, fell
into the sea, snapping t'eir pistols at us
even after they were filled with water Ai
die same moment their host w h'ph had beer
completely riddled by our shot, filled and
sank to the bottom. Three only got upon
deck, and wtre immediately overpowered
ar.d secured. Five more were with thffi
cully dragged out cf the water, and i!i.pnsntl
ol in the same manner. Orje powertil fel
low, however, u:is not so easily quelled
He had succeeded in gelling one foot upon
deck, when a young seamen, named Ralph,
dew at him with the fierceness of a tiger,
They closed, and after balancing a moment
letwsen the deck and the water, the pirate
vho was muc'i the heavier man, fell back
ward overboaid, dragging his antagonist
villi him. They boih sunk, but soon rote
ig iin about fout rods from the ship, cling
ing closely together. 'Then commenced i
combat the most singular and appalling I
had ever witnessed. No one on boaid
seemed lo think of devising moans to assist
iur companion. No :ie darod ;o fiieupon
the pirate; for so closely were they coiled
together, so rapid wem their evolutions, and
jo dim the light shed by the moon, that it
was impossible lo hit one without endanger
og the life of the other At Ihe commence
uent of the struggle, their efforts seemed to
dined solely at drowning each other. 'They
vlurled ovtr on ihe top uf the water, dash
nig it about like wounded sharks. Both
hen sunk and for a while lost to our sight
Presently they rose again, and exchanged
hick and heavy blows, and closing with
cdoubled fury sunk again. Neglecting thf
use of '.heir weapons, which would have
nil a speedily end to the fray, ihey fought
nore like savage beasts of prey, bent on
hrytiling each other, than like human be
Shall we stain! and see our man murder
ed! at length exclaimed a voice from among
he ciew. It opeiated like magic lo break
he spell that had fallen upon us all.
Clear away the boat there!' shouted the
apiain, and six men sprang to execute thf
irder. Just then, after an effort of unusual
derccr.es boll) of the combatants sunk.
They remained out of 6ight so long, thai
he men who were lulling down the boat
suspended their operation, and we all stood
rc itliless with unrcruirity and anxiety a-
vailing their re-appearance. At length a-
lout thirty yatds off the water parted, but
mly one man was seen lo rise.
Is it you, Kalph?' cried the eaplain, in a
'Here, is some of him, at least, on my
nifcbl.ide,' responded llie freebooter with
the accent and laiih of a fiend; and springs
ug nearly lo his whole height out of the
vater he threw the weapon with greul force
owards us. Another hollow laugh rung
iver ihe waters, and, on looking round,
vide circles of ripples were seen moving in
he moonlight sea, as if some heavy body
id just sunk into it.
Vengeance was the tardy thought thai
iow lushed on every heart. Some in blind-
J fury of the moment, actually discharged
heir pieces into the cantre of those waving
lies, wiihoul slaying to relied upon this
ittt r iiselessnessi Oihers with their guns
m readiness and stood glaring upon the sea
ike panthers robbed of their piey, stood
prepared to fire the momein he should liow
his head above w uer. But ha rose no
nore. The winged messengers of death
ilul had been aimed at his life sped barm-
essly over his head; and had il bten pnssi-
tile to penetrate the secrets of the gieai
leep, he in ght have been seen reposing
peacefully on its sandy bottom by the side
of his late antagonist. A sullen silence
pervaded the ship. 'The men looked
gloomy at each other, and with lowering
brows on llmir helpless prisoners, as if a
sufficient atonement had not been for the
life of iht-ir comrade.
To one skilful in the language of the hu
man countenar.ee, il was evident that noth
inf but the restrain! ol discipline held them
hack for a summary act of vengeance and
of crime that wouhl have sunk them to a
level wiih the pirnifs themselves. Judging
of the feelings of Ins crew Irom ihf ir looks
or more probably from his own, and anx
ious to remove llie temptation to evil the
eaplain oitlered our eight ( rii-onus inidei
ihe hatches and they wue accordingly
iiimblej in wiih very liulti c teinonv .
How many of this band of genuine despsra
dors had been los, we had no means of iis
errtaining.for our prisoners did no! or wouhl
not understand English or Fiench Bui
when they fired tipor. us, twelve or sixeen
men were visible, at. il ihe yell thai follows
ed our discharge was surh as is never ex
lotted from mortal man, but by the pangs
of d.e last fgiiny. Six or eight, thru, o
the freebooters had certainly perished,
What chance ol success ihey might fancy
. n.n hn.i rr.uhl l,ve aiMinM a vess.
ir. t , i . i . j.
..rilta ei'ii j.r nun il rnmnltpl v u
been intoxicated, or in the situation of
beast of prey, whom the goading! of hunger
will impel lo rush upon a foe whose face
he would otherwise have fled. Viewing
,t in either light, it was an act of the most
daring hardihood. 'The struggle had been
fieice and boisterous . bul had passed. 'The
ship was restored to her usual ttanquiliiy
and was moving before a gentle breeze from
the shore, yet so slowly as scarcely to mill
ihe face uf the ocean.
Hogg's Ifcek'y Instructor.
A TOUCHING STORY.
The iVew Ymk correspondent of Ihf
Washington Union, retalej the follow
'My friend and neighhor a medica
man lias an lrisii servant tin canou
. i i 1 1 i
Miry, wno has only been in I ha coun
try about four months. Sue is a nan':
working & kindhearted creature. Sin
called on nvi yesterday to ask a favour.
rvhi:!) was conducted something fillet
'Good morning to your honor.'
'Good morning, ilary, how are the;
II. at home?'
'All well, I give your honor thinks
ml I've just called alier asking i favoi.
I i hi not intruding; upon your honor.'
'Not at all, Miry. Yvliat is it 1 cai
o for yoy?'
Well the doctor siys you snmotime'
viite Iu Ihe old coun'iy, ami I wish tc
know if vour honor cannot put mo n
he way jist after sending a In 1 1 monej
o my pour iiiilt; oro' hers in iici.inur
'Ctriainly I cm. How much dtj yon
want io send, ivuryr
May It please your honor, by har.t
woiK, I have j i at sived 3 or $13. J
have two little oioiuers in me pooi
house in Ireland, between the ages of 7
mdOyeais. 7'ne living is very pioi
for the poor hoy, who've no mother o
lather. I hear potatoes will bo very
scarce in Iho oi l country '.his winter: J
im afra tl they'll siller for sometnint.
o ti and warm lliem, when '.he weath
t gets cold. 1 wish to send this mon
jy, lo Uk ilieui from the poor house
mil nuke lliem contforlble.'
'I shall be most luppy. Mary, to
i draft on h g"od house in Liverpool :
who will see Ihit the money jou en
list io me shall he honeily and faiih
fully applied as you wish, And nnm
than this, though I m poor myself, 1
will sdd a small trill 5 to the amount.
which mat help the boys U ba moir
'Oh! your honor is very good, and J
lon't know how to thank you enough. I
know your honor means all right, bu
but what in a ci n77
'It is this; we pay G"od man in IV
Y.our, money, who is an anei't for a pait
oer in a eood li !se m Liverpool II
'hen gives us an order on his houso in
England payablo to your friends in Iir
Und. When it ie received your fiicnds
are in formed of it by mail. They then
'ell ihi Liverpool honsn to remit to
ilieui, or their mercantile fi iends in In:
land, when they duly receive it. Tris
iii safer than sendinj; ihe gold; hecausi
if one draft is los'.can gel anoiheijwhpi
f the money chotild b !oei, il waulo
be gone forever.'
'Oh bles your honor, I jisl see how
tl is. A thousands thanks lo you.
Hera's the X3 and I'd jisl wish you to
do with it as yi-u would fur your owi
'Certainly I will Mary.'
'A ihousaiu! blessings on your honor.
I mil"! he away tifter my woik. Good
'Good morning, Mary.'
'The poor wom.in had worked Imrd
-vet since she landed in New Yotk, in
a ni I vile situation; sliming herself in
everything not abinluti ly necessary for
her romloi t, in order lo lay by lhi
null sum of money, to be sent out lo
.le-r pour orphan broilers, confined in a
ivoik h itie or poor house. Jler sim
pli! sinry wa veiy t'fft cling.
I !uve no doubt there are many such
thus toiling and slrtigling in New Yoik
io earn a pittance, wh fh ihey freely ili
vide with their poor Itiendt left in ho
Joy and Temperance and Kepose
fcUm the door on iho Docloi's nose,
FKIIItUAK Y 7, 18
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" "'""'ones 'nai
cite. The rotieh rubs of the world cm
ri0 obliterate them. '1 hey ar .ri.in
oriei f hoTli-, eerly home.' 'bent!
a j : .. . sotint!. 'I'be.e is n,
old Iree under which the light heartei
boy swung in miny a summer day, yon
tier Ihe river in which he trained
swim, there the huuie in which h
knew a parent's luve, and futind a pa
ent s pioteetion nay ih'-rd is the room
in which he romped wiih brother oi
with sister, long since, alas! laid in th
yard in wh ich he must loon he gatl
-red, over shadowed hy yon old churcl
wither with a j irus t roop himself, hi
us olteu followed his parents lo wor
ship with and heir the gootl old mat
who gave him to G d iu baptism. Wh)
veti the very ichoulhousfl associated in
youthful days with thoughts of ferfule
slid tasks, now comes hick to biiue.
pleasant remembrances of nnny anocca
sion that called forth some generous ex
hibitioii of the nobles', trails of hunun
nature. 'I hcre it was that he learned
o feel some of his best emotions. Tnen-
perchance, he first met Ihe being who
y her lov& tenderness in afier life hat
nide t home for hi mself , happier eveii
ban that wh ich his rhildhood knew.
Theie aie certain feelings of huminiiy,
ind those loo among the rent I hat can
find no appropriate place for their exer
cise only by one's own fireside. Theie
is sacrednesu in the privacy of that
spot which it were a species, of desecra
tion to violalu. He who seeks wanion-
y to invade it, is neither more nor less
than a villain; and hence here exists no
turer ttsi oi ine ueoasenieni ol moral
- . . . . I I . I
n a community, thin the disposition to
tolerate in any mode the man whodisre
jjards Ihe sjiidities of private lift. In
the turmoil of the world, let there be ni
lean! one spot where the poor man may
ti id sfL'Ction that is disinterested, where
(e may indu g-? a conltlenct which i
iot likely to bn abused.
Gkkman Love. --'The story we give
ihIow, could only hive happened h
(rdt many, or he related of Germans. A
.oung giil of 1, Lose Koble, shop
tender, becouio acquainted with a sUi
lent of Pharmacy, one Thejphilm Kp
;iler. 'This acq lainiancf, appneuil)
very slight, was seon forgotten by I h .
voung nian, bul excited a love, violent
ilmost lo madness, in ihe heart of Rise
A peasant girl, an iniimne friend of
utise who hail discovered the secret oil
ier pisaion. made shameful profit of it
ntenstty. She addressed Ihe poor giii
letters purporting to be written h Kep
oler. and cajoled her lor fourteen years
During the whole ol that period h
never oncesiw hr fancied betrothed,
but letters asking for money, sugar, bran
ly, and eveu linen, poured thick upm
ii'i. 7nft excuse for not seeing hei
wete of the most strange and improba.
ble nature, such as, ihat i i coiis quet.ef
f failure on his examination he was la
ken lo a house of deien lion in Ilolljnd.
'onstructed expressly lot the punishmen
of defeated candidates. Such was tin
'enor of all the coriespondencp; misfor
tune seemed to have lainpd on him. A
one time h" hid broien on arm.anothei
a leg. Sickness, suffering and especial
!y destitution afflicted him; the last be
mg nn appp.'d enduring and unending
liuse, at different periods; had senlelev
en thousand francs, an enormous sum
'or one in her position, to colled which
he was obliged lo deny hersrlf all but
the necessaries of life, and lo sacra
fice her litle patrimony and that of a sis
trr. At last after 1 I years ol continU"d
inxieties tnd puvalions, Roso read it
he newspaper an announce men! of the
death f Theophilus Keppicr apolheica
i y of Winter baph, whose disconsoljlf
widow and efll cted children, &c.Tlieie
iipop, on complaiiit to the u hor:les tht
ci immal w ho had vviiheit d her youth
and wasted her pioperty was found in
he r bosom (ritnd. The punt si men in
flicied is f. in 'een years coi fincmenl in
a ilungein, from which, during a cer
lain pei iod ul each year, all light is ix
John, what have yon been duinn?'
Fighting lo be sure '
'What Inne you been fighling nbouit"
'1 donl know, but I saw two boys fisting
in the strtet, and one thing 1 can ie!l you.
when! see lighting going on, you dun i
?"'. V ,
I fill II III' fit tit I til VIII I I iiM in "in . . . , ,
i . r t. - : u,- ii has nol since been heard lo express llie
h'iohpIi io fii'bt on one fide or iho utliei.,"" 1
whether I believe il is rigbt or noi
' "1 ' rr j. :Md'SfS!2.ii'iJiMmm
An Cm Uott le.A short time ag
.a uieinberrfa tiniperance ocieiy,in ou t
of ihe Suffolk Knp.iHlip. wild uiiusl..iJ r
on old tippler who has earned an unen
viable noioiiely by his coni-tant and lie
Ktii'1,1 visits lo ihe spirit but le and beer
Oiiriel, ami llm following colloquy emu--d;
'I ssy ! you tetotalUi.7'
'Weil, whai is it?'
'You are all wrong, I canjprove it.'
'Od out of the biblM;jrveJbuen read
'That is worthy remai king certainly,
but what do you find ihere cundtniutMu
i v of leeioialismf'
'Wliy this here it save yon mr( pm
no strong drink of no soit into 'old bo
Docs it say so;'
'Yes, and you cau'i make anything of it
'Certainly I can.'
'No you can't 1 defy you.'
'But I can; you say men ought not to
put strong drink into old bottles?'
'Yes that's it; h! ha!'
Then you must keep all strong drink
out of ynnrse!f,you are a regular old boide.'
'Hem! I can'l slop, waisiing my lime
with you goodjmorning-.
Every body has heard of the eccen
tric Loienzo Jow. He once used tin
pulpit as a sort of an alarm bell, to call
he attention of his auditoiy to the fact
of an immaterial fue existing for thoso
who seemed to be more epprehensive of
ihe material flame. Lore nzo observing
considerrble portion ol his congrega
tion nodding, suddenly ceased preach
ing and shouted alouJ, 'fire, fire, fire!'
A number of llioje who wera given to
church somnolency started upon their
reel anu eagerly enquired, 'wnere,
where?' 'In h ilforsleepy sinners,
q iickly responded the minister. Thf
sweet charms of sleep were broken, ar.d
the rest of the sermon was heard by tl
CoarrAssioN. Compassion is an emo.
ion ol which we ought never to be a
shamed. Graceful, parliculaly in you'h
s ihe tear ol cympathy, and the hea t
hat melts at Ihe tale of wo. We should
iot pei mil ease and indulgenpe to con
trapt our affections and wrap us up in a
'elfish enjoyment; bul wa should accus
om ourselves lo think of the distresses
if human life, of the solitary cottage, ihe
lying parent, end the weeping orphan.
Nor ought we ever lo sport with paiii
uid distress in any of our amusements,
ir heat even the meanest insect Willi
vanl or cruelty.
The'ZoHUDt'ile Journal tells a good an
ecdote of a recent scene in Frankfort. It
ays, eta ball in Iranklnrl the other even
ing a young gentleman, il is said, look art
undue liberty w ith a preliy lady. The la-
ny made her complaint to the gentleman
with whom she was dancing. Thereupon
he last named gentleman knocked the fust
named gentleman down in the ballroom
The fight extended until, as we are told, 15
ir twenty perions were engaged in it. Fish
pistols, and knives of all sort) w ere Astir,
ished and some blond was spill, thoi g'l
nobody was killed. Two of the persons,
who look part in the affair, have si ice arri
ved here with the intention of settling their
quanel on the Indiana shore.
t is said that ar. English officer, sojourn
'ng for a short lime at Frankfort, was re-
narking on the day bt fore li e affray, that
tie had heard much of Kentucky 'rows.'and
that il was his most anxious desire to see
one. When ihe ball-room fight got well
under way, a gentleman, who had heard the
expreissd wish of ihe officer, ran to his
mom and told him w hat was going on.
The tiffieei ran lo the ball-ioom, bul the
moment he entered ihe door, a tremetiduous
siray fist knorked him down. He siram
iled tip and ensconced himself in a corner
where lie thought he could look on in sreu
rity. He had not been thu-a many min
utes, however, belme a big fellow, mistHk
ini him for another rushed at him exclaim
ing 'This is Ihe verv seouin'rel 1 have been
looking lor' 'The officer darted like lighln-
.'inir Inmi the rojm, and siranee lo ssy. he
blifiliiC6t curiosity to a Kentucky rov.