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From the Hartford Courant.
Latest News from Salt River.
As we linvc vnyngett llio wholo length nf
Pnll Kivcr, tli to tho " IiitiiI nl sloop linvlgn.
linn, "ho nre rpiitc desirous llmlonr readers
hoiild know what n lime n had, mul li iw
Wo ore enli.-lu'il with nur new " location. '
Wn atnrtril in tin- grnnd old stcmiti r ('ni
tirclicut, Copt. Sternly Habit cumiiuu.der,
svilhlhe rest of llio largo WhijC fleet, on the
evening of I In- second ot' November, mi nur
rruine up the stream. As wei'Morcd the hay
into which that lliinnint river dis. hui ires lis
waters there nnj nn tinivctsal expression nl'
(frinf throughout the w hole (li'rl. The fust
ebullition being nver, we IiihI nn fippniiunily,
"quiet though unit, " til mmk the rnpid pro-
f n ss nl' our voyage, nml tin' interesting oli
ects In-fore iik. As we pt ssi d tip thn buy,
tbero loomed n;i l liir.; us tic; low sandy
point ot Vnpr Harbor Imp: aremcnl ; wo pnvu
U obstructions ii wiili) li.'illi innl sighed ns
silently I'ir.lo it ndieti I'nr years. The
wreck of steamers with strewed nil along
iu yellow a.'ituN. Cape Piotrrl'on then shtiw
d its head hunt. Thu long break-water,
erected in Irlj Against thu dishing way. aid'
the tirnnil ocean, wiiich rnlli.'il its billows from
fiir England iiioii it, Innl l irn taken down
anil washed mvny ; nml foolishly, 0.1 the land
u.ird ti le ol' lliu oiiil, nuot'ier bariicr Innl
been Imilt in Mil, which only cVcked tlm
current of tin; itihui I rivr-r. Ah wh passed
It, il vtuii enveloped in fog, whinh had wi
lled in gloomy w ronths on the sides of .b'.uinl
jimtriran Sytlnn that rose la l.'md it. " Fare
well," wo said old l .tiilnmi k ! 'l i on wilt
guide our lliM't to victory no more! Thy
whole Mupemlolts mass) in to Im rnrtrd nil
ml deposited in tho ih op oeunn of Frc!
Trade! Ho who once stood proudly on thy
top to cheer us on to thn contest sleeps the
nl long sleep of denlh, mid his system has
lierndird with him. It is 111:11 1.11I oil lliu
loiiilialiine on tlm liuilh lulior l';i;o who
would Imvc I'Mii'jIi.lii'd l;ic c(iuiilry'n pron r-
liy, Imd liu'lioii pcnuiin d, "
tioon idler vu opino.-irlii'd llic hidden iocI.h
nf Slutrry Krtinsiun. Hero a greiit delmle
primp up iu the diUereM vt sm-U ol' llio ll' i t
to nhich side of tin- roek.i wesliouhi pnxi.
Tli contest yivw i'Xriliiir, wlien old 1'npt.
Convidprntiou M-ltled llio ililiieuliy hy ro
narking thnt it inndo no difVrrcncu icAoi tec
vtrt goins; up tht river.
The old roi-ky nhrrt of Point ,ilion'il
Bank nrxt prCM-nted itself. Hut the reulnr
action of the current nml tidi; had ho iVelled
cfif th projecting rorku, thnt it -Ann no longer
l)RCroM. Here w pasfi'.l tho liuye Dem
Vcratic fleet, coming down tho tiny, with
Mrvtmers and pennona nml (Iiiuh ll)ing, uitli
(Modi of mtiHic plnying, nml iho pn.eup'rx
houting in the hiehent (dee. I11I nun
rr.ther xtrnnge, in nil crkch the lirili.slt Ibg
ai flying nliotn the ,hnricnn, mid rhoulH ol
" hurm lor r.nglnnd a mtetcHtii rent the nir.
while the bnmla phiyed "(ind vnva tho King
Th Vie Ilnmnnhirr., nn old lioliinncil. lov-
uiling crnll, led tho vnn, looking tin if her
model wr:s n crnllirv old. Mm M'nst the llag,
hip, unrl horc nlol't on her misreu n (lug
with the inncripiion, " Virginia lftsolutiinn
of V9. Frunklin Tierce Mood on her prow,
miling us the morning iun, hi ryo hxrd
leadily on the distant view of Ihu While
i Inure. The reel of llio fleet eeenied vexed
I the lillle proems whicli wn niado under
lh " '118 " flag 'l'ho Kpiadi on of iho Vil,
under the command of Kcnr Ailinirnl Doug
laiw, were tvideiilly deleriiiined to vnil limler,
soon nn the liny widened. Doughm;) had
down din cunning hy ro coiiHtiuctiiig lliu
sign thnt the si.lo which turned townriU
0 fl ship presented the nintio of the
w T'uRinis Kenolution!"," whilo on llio other
faintly written " Kivcr ami tlnrlior Ini
yiwTfment." He declared to hi men that
mii there wn room enough to pun the
Commodore, h i.hould h ud otV hiincc!!',
haul down the Virginia flag, nml up w ith the
Mack flag of piracy, with ii skull and cro.i
. We pnwtcd very rapidly up tliu river, for
j ne Imf ten truing stivnff in th'il direction
Gen. fcott cxiiniiued with much cnriniuiy
both lintiku of the river nn we milcd on.
It uat Hit very first time thnt hr hml 6 1 11 on thr
tlrnwi, nnd everything win new to him. "I
in nl ditdicnrteucrt," naiil Iho old veteran,
"I hate troops of liiemU mound me, nml
. who hoe fallen willi mo. My li lit him lieen
tletoled to tho Kepuhlie, nml I how to it
(treiwKtnn now. 'I'll': vote cannot hint out llio
record of my nervicee from my country ' his
tory, l'oeter'uy will do me jneliec ! "
A. we uearxl the extremity of the ptronin,
we pnnsed innny hcniilil'ul rniiniry rcidcnceii.
- At one of the fiiievt, in lliu large cahhno
garden, Mood Alanin Vr.n lluien. Ho had
tint vet recovered from hU grief at neeing
4he hciiioerntic. lluct nail hy wit hunt taking
liiin on lioiinl.
The buckwheat ciko w:n In nnutli,
'The tinr va 1 in his eye. "
Wo inonireil lor Iho Prince, mid found ihu1
de Imil followed t!io ll 'Ct innnnall kill", and
runny fear were onlcrtaiiied for hi aali
A little further up was ISuehanaii, l'linr
men ! he looked linggard. Tiio Jleuiocraiie
garment with which ho had covered up
- iiinciplcH o long, wai growing thin, nnd
the old federal lining t!:owcd lluoue.li
On the next turn of l!m river wo fimml
Cnns, wringing his I.himIk in anny nl llio de
eertion of Ids friend:!. Willi his coat and
hat ofT, he .m cxi laimiug nm'nl "llie iinito
nml eoiifiihion" of tho rurf iiiouml him,
Ihu words of the Captive Knight:
They arc gone ! they V.nvc till pnsscil by
.. They in l.no vtnv I Uwv bornp a 11.11 1 j
They tint I luveil with a l.r.ul.i r'n heart j
They have It-It nio hero t die !
Hound a''ain, clur o 1 1 C'laiina, 1 our thy Uat
60U11J! IT t'10 l'rcsklc ntii.l urcmn uf 1. 011,0
poon after wo came to tlm placo w here
w holo trie-soil pnily wi re dusemltni king.
John I. Hale, in n very good nntun d I'tame
of miiirl, wtm making pieparaiious liirn per-
m iiient residence, n.i ho had no idea
four years would curry him down tho stream
again. Many of them wero veaied on
rocks, with lung bUux puh s, siimng up
mud of llio (Ileum, whilo certain inky look
ing icllnns wero calling upon lliein In " iii
lulo. agiliile.'" Alot of tho ,Mii sashuii.'lls
inemlu'is were tilling in their duals, expert
iug that Iho Deuiucrnls w ould charter t!io
. lonmlxiat VualUiun and coiuu lip nliur lliein,
Wo found our new residence n convenient
0iit, and u ore, cji'in llio whole, "ns well
n could bo expected." The air is milulii ions
nnd iiivi'mrniiiur. if we niaV judge by the
hungry looks oi tho Demoernls, as ihe pns
cd ns." Tin soil is fruitful, ami produces n
fine crop of regrets nml unavailing resolu
tion", hut wo lire determined not to cultivate
vnl.n large puldic meet-
Hoon alter our nrrivn
inir Was called, whir
Vnrn-diS'i.n. lion. Slay at limno Crumnler
Was appuinted Chaimaii. mid Jul) Don Little,'
I',m., Scci' taly. II Mr. faring bith-wiis
uiMih.' hoiii" laei) iiiiimu rcinaiks, wbieli wero
piomplly hiHi il down ; when Mr. Stirk-to-llio-right
(jienl-heiii t ollered tho liillnw'mg
rcsulutions, w hieh w ere 1 1 r 1 r 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 I y p issed :
frWrr.f,(l) That alter mature delilienition,
wo conio in tho conclusion th it tie are rosccj
vp Stilt llivir.
Jli fu'vril, ( J) That we nre nlarnii'il !
iUnti'.re.il, (flj 'I'hal every rooster of llio set
tlement that emus once shall bo immediate
tav.'rc , ( I) That in fin? investigation of
the cau.ies of our ih leat, w o do not think it
is ow ing to Wililiehl Scott's splendid servi
ces, or to 1'rank Tierce's littleness, but tolhc
fact thnt ice Ii i l n:it viilr tnnu;h.
imiilrrit (5) 'I'hal wo slay here till wo go
down stream ag iiii,
Jtisnlvttl, Hi) That iu llio words of the poet,
wo say " if trill mver iIq to give il vp to, .Mr.
Judge not in Haste.
BY CHARLES SWAIN.
Ne'er he busty in your jtidcmciit,
Never foremost to extend
I'..il iiiuiitiou of a neighbor,
Or of or.e you, vc called a fiicud I
Of two ro.v vn for nu action
Choose the hitter, not the worst j
Oft with seme the meaner niotivo
Lvcr strikes Ihc f ile )' lirs-t 1
Then he gont!o with misfortune;
Never f in 1110-t to extend
Kvil mention of a neighbor,
Or uf one you've called a fiicnd !
Judjjcuot with detracting spirit,
Speak not with disdainful tunjjue J
Nor with hr.td and hasty feeling,
Do one human creature wrong!
Words there are that, sharp ns w inter,
S'rip the little left to cheer ;
0!i ! tc yours tin: kinder mi.-sion,
l'ronc tosootl.e, not cause, a tear!
Then bo gcntlo with uiifortunc ;
Never furcmost to extend
Kvil mention of n neighbor,
Or of one you've called a friend !
A "Wild Cat Bank."
" In llio Autumn of li').!, having been
cheated out of Iho previous suiumcr'u carn
inirs. hv llio cniitaiti of iho steamer in which
1 hml been cmplovcd runiiuig nwny w ith
the money, was, like the rest of thu men,
left without any iiiemm of support during
tho winter, mul thereliiro had lo eoek cm-
ploymont iu the neighboring towns. J went
to thu town of Monroe, in' thu sttatis of .Mi-
chigan, mid w hile going through Iho priiici-
.r . . . . " . r . 1 . .
pnl streets, looking Im- wink, 1 passed llio
door of Iho only barber in I he town, whoso
shop iipiieared lo ho filled with persons
wnitiiig 10 be shaved. As there! was but 11110
man at work, ami as I bad, while employed
:.. it... . ; 11.. .1 1
llemiiii who could not iieili.rin that nllien
himself, it occurred lo inu that I might gel
employ 11. cut hero iim ii journeyman burlier.
I tlierctoro made immediate application lor
wont, nut lliu hailier told 11 to hu did.
need n bund. Ihu 1 was not lo be put
o easily, nnd tiller making several otit is
woik cheap, 1 frankly told him, that if
wnuld not employ me, I w ould get 11 room
near to hit,, and set up mi opposition eMail-
I'ulilliJilit I tin I III. ..I I, nil'. ... 1.
imiircsston on Iho barber : nml u' I le...
ving, 01:0 of Iho nu n who wero wailing
shaved, said, "If you want ti room
which to comiiieiici! business, I have nuo
llio opposite; sido of llio street." The mall
followed me out ; wo went oviu', mid 1 look-
.. 1 . . ., 11 ,.' ,
. .1 ... ,.,..iii. 11 j miougiy iirgeu llio
set up, nl the Kiimo limn iiroiiiisina to uivo
ma his influence. 1 took the room, iiurehn-
ceil mi old table, two cliuirs, got 11 polo with
11 ri d slrlpi! painted around it. mid lliu next
oav 11 leiieu Willi II sl.'ll over I 111 tour.
" I' asliintiidile Ilair-ih csm'I' final New Voik.
I.uiperor ol tins ot." I need not add that
my enti rpriso was very niinoi ing lo
"shop over tho way," especially my sign,
whicli happened to ho Hie most extensive
pait of Iho concern. Of course, had
tell all who eamo in that my neighbor
tho opposite side did lint keep clean towels,
that his ra..us were doll, and, i.hove all,
had never been to New Voik to seo
fishinlis. Neither hi .1 I. Iu 11 lew weeks
had tlm entiiu hitsiueKs of the tow n, to
great ilii.coml.luif of lint other bai her.
this liiiio, money matters in the Western
Htates wero iu 11 soil comliiioii. Any per
son w ho could raise n small iiiuuiiut of uin
ncy was permitted lo estahlihh n hnnk,
allowed to issue notes for four limes thu
raised. This being tho case, many persons
hnrrinvcd money merely long enough to
to tho bank inspectors, mid tho bur
rowed monev was returned ! mul the hank
lelt without 11 dollar iu its vaults, if, indeed,
II Had 11 vault nliiuit Iho nreuilses. I hu
suit was, lliat hanks wero started nil
Iho Western Slides, mid Iho country flooded
wiili worthless paper. Thiso were known
ns iho " Wild Cat ll.nks." Hilvcr coin
very scarce, mid tho banks not being
to irsuo notes for 11 smaller uiuotiiit
Ihnu otui dollar, several persons put
in.l. s lioui f! to 7:, ceniH in value ; thesu
were c.dli d " Shinplaslers." Tho Shiiiplas
lers w as iu thu shape of 11 promissory
iiiado payable 011 demand. J Imvo often
persoi.H with l.ugo rolls of Iheso bills,
wholu lint iimiiunliiig to moro tlian fivo
K01110 week idler I bad commenced
bmiiiess on my "own hook," wns
evening very imieh crowded with customers;
nnd while ihey wero talking over tho events
of llio day, one of them said to nu, "
you seem to hi doing n thriving busi
ness. Vnn should do ns other business
is.-uo u.ur ."bit :, bisters." This, of course,
as it was itilemled, cieided a latlgli;
with mo il v,an no laughing mailer tor
Unit iiioiiiont I begun to think nerionslyof
bocoiniii 11 boiikur. 1 jieeordingly went
few il..; alter to 11 primer, mid bo wishing
to get tli" job of printing, urged me to put j
OUI Illy lllliris "U'l riiwf'i ''; r-v...... . .-
mem of engrnviiigs that ho had jut reeelvi'd
from Deiroit. My bend being iilii-ndy filled
w iili the iden of n bank, I needed but lillle
persuasion to set iho lliing finally 11 Hunt.
It,.i;,r.' I left Iho 111 inter tho notes were part-
i" type, nnd I ..ndying how I slinnhl leep
III Al HUT l'f " " i.j-.im-" - --
me, thn whole nniount liemg twenty ueiiars,
hemg duly mgncil were rcniiy lor
cireiiltitinn. At fust my notes did not take
well; limy wero too new, nnd viewed with
n Hiisiiie'nius cvo. Hut through the nssist-
nnce of in v customers, nnd 0 good deal of
exertion on my ow n part, my bills were soon
iu circulation; nnd nearly nil thn money re
ceived in return for my notes wns spent iu
filling mi nnd decorating my shop, I'ew
bankers vet through this world without their
dillii'ullies. nnd I was
,s not 10 bo nncxeep-
idler nil' monev hml
,1.,,,, .....j, r'ulier nih.
inng nn 11, cum r m isii-
lion. A fhort limn
been nut. 11 pnrir of young
big to pull down my vanity, or to try
tho soundness of my bank, determined to
give il " 11 run." Alter collecting logeiher n
number of my bills, they came nuo uf n lime
to demand other money lor them, uud I, not
being mvtiro of what was going on, Was to
ken hy snrpiise.
One day ns 1 was sitting nt my table,
trapping somo new Inors I hml just got
j with Ihu nvnils of my " ,hinplnsters," one
', of tho men entered, nml said, " 1 Impel or,
you will oblige me il'yott nill give me some
other money for thesis notes ol yours." I
! immediately enshed the notes with the most
1 worthless of llio Wild Cat money that 1 bad
j on hand, hut which was 11 lawful tender.
The jntin man had source!)' h It w hen
second appealed with n similar amount, ami
I demanded payment. Those wero engird,
' nml soon 11 third catno with his roll ofuutes.
I paid llii .-e w ith an nirnl triumph, iillhuucdi
1 had hul 11 hull dollar lei).
1 began now lo think, seriously wbat I
1 should do, or how to eel, provided number
demand shnlild Im inade, liile I was thus
engaged iu thuught, 1 saw the loiltlli man
crossing tho street, with 11 haiiih'nl of notes,
evidently inv " Sli'mulaslers." I iiistatilaliu-
ouslv shut Iho door, nml looking out of the
w iiuluw, aid, " I have cloned biipiness lor the
day: couio lo-morrow,iind I will sec you."
In looking across Ihc street, I saw my rival
standing in his shop door, grinding nnd clap
ping his hands nt my apparent ihcvnlidl.
was completely " dono llmirii" for lint day.
However, I was not lo bo " used up'' in this
way ; so I escaped hy iho btick ihsir, mil!
went in search of my friend w ho had first
suggested to inn Iho idea of issuing notes
I fiiuud him, told him of tho difmrulty
wns in, nnd wished him lo point out a way
by which I might extricate uixsel.''.
Ho laughed heartily, nml then said. "Von
must net ns nil bankers do in Ihis pari of iho
country." 1 cinpiired how they did, nml lie
iiiimcdiati ly said, " When your mites lire
brought to yon, you must redeem them, mid
then send them out uud got oilier money
forlhcui; uud, with llio latter, you can keep
cashing your own .Shinplnstcrs." This was
nniciut n new put 10 me. 1 immeuiaiciy
commenced putting in circulation Iho notes
which 1 had just redeemed, and my cllbrls
v crowned with so much success, that
befiire I slept lliat night my " rihinplnsicis"
"'cru "ff"'"" i" ciiculatiun, uud my bank unco
" sound basis.
t 1 . 1. . .1 e . . .1...
' mw . 11111 riei ns suuvrimg 001 urn
yellow coin liptiu Iho counters nl thn l,m!i
"f Imglaud, nnd ineli coni'mg in mul going
m" w cignty nags 01 mo precious meia
' ,l"'il' bands, or on their shoulders, I could
nut hoi think nl' tlio ''rent contrast between
tlm liisliliitiou within whose walls I wns then
staiiihng, mid 1I10 Wild Cat 11 inks of Aunt-
,eii 1" II in. ir, ISiotcn s, x hree yeuri 111 Lit-rope.
An Unpublished Letter of Mr. Webster.
10 ' per & Hrothcr. It wai u I Ircssod to hii New
he in Hampshire overseer.
on Washington, March 13th, 18.22.
j J din Tavlor :
, , r ,.
"Iain t'.ad to hoar from you nana, aid
! The following beautiful letter we have been
permitted to copy from the proof-sheets of the
i.I11VATE IlI(.R oc'damix Wmhteu, by Charles
'"""nn, En-. now in tho pres. o' Mcss.s. Hur
, - ., . .
I "-'' e-.- a.ui taai y.iiir ionium
i nnd tods arc roa.ly for spring's work, whenever
! the weather will ailnw vou to bein. I sottio-
i limns re:i.l hiitis Oil f.irii.iii r : :n 1 T rm. n n, !(.,
that a very toiisihlo olJ author nlvis:'s far
mers to plow naked and to saw n:i!'l',
this he means th.it there is n u u i:i b.wiiiniiig
spring's work till tho weather is warm, that
fanner may throw asiJo his winter chillies nnd
roll up his sleeve 1. Yet ho says we ouh'. to be.
gin ns caily in tho year ns possible. Ho wrote
line vciy prc'ty verses 011 this subject, which,
as fur ns I remember, run tliiu.
" While vet the spring is young, whi'.o earth
Thn frozen hisoin to tho wc-t'rn winds :
Whilo mountain mows dissolve 11 liast t'.ic
And stnains, yrt new, from pre. iplccs run
L'ei. in tl.ii early ilawnia.' of the year,
Traduce the plow, and yoke the sturdy steer;
And goad hint nil he stn.iko hcuo.ith ids t;il,
And the bright share ij buried in iho soil.'
"John . Taylor, when you read tlieo lines,
you not sic tho snow melting, nnd tho li'.tlc
beginning to run down the southern
slopes of your l'mich-bioa!; pasture, and
now grass st..rtiiig and growing in tho trickling
water, all green, bright, and beautiful ) and
you not aeo your Durham 0x011 smoking f;om
heat and perspiration ns they draw idong your
great bicaking-up plough, euttinj and turning
over tho touh sward in your meadow iu
great field? The name of this cio.iblo author
i Virgil ; nnd ho gives firmer much other ad
vico somo of v hieh you huvo been following
this winter widicut even knowing that ho
given it. -
" But when cjU wcuthcr. heavy mows
Tho laboring farmer in his hnnso restrain,
Jt hiin forecast his woik, with timely cure,
NVhiuh clso is huddled w hen the skies arc fair
Then let him liiaik the shcjp, und whet
Or hollow trees for boats, or number o'er
HU flocks, or incnsuii) his increasing store
Ur tharpeu Hukcs, and mcud cucU ruko
P.) to bo ready, in good time to work
Xiiit hii crJW'Jcd barns at early mini,
I,ook to his tfrnnsry, and shell his corn j
(Hto a good break uot to his rumorout kinc,
JliAshivcrir.g poultry and his fattening swine'
And Mr. Virt',il sayisome other things, vvhiih
....! rr..,n: ... ...,11 ..
e " 1 1
"In chilling winter, swtilns enjoy their store, I
l'nrft ihrlr hnrrlshlps and recruit for more
The farmer W lull fuists invites his friends . j
And l nt ho Kot with pains, with pleasuro
llrtiwi rhnirs nroufid the fire, and tells, once
ftnr;cs that often havo been told before;
Spn i's n clciin table, with things good M
And nld somo moistening to his fruit nn.l
- tne.it 1
They praise his hospitality nnd feel
ihey shall leep letter nlicr tuch amenl."
"John Taylor, hy tho time you have git
through this, you will hnvo read enough. Tho
lum ol Ml i be ready for your sprite's vork ns
"n ni111" weather becomes warm enough, nnd
"''rn P"' jourhandto the plow, nnd look not
Tni.n tlosniAirv. I piny you, O cvcol
Icntwiti', cumin r not yourself mul mo to
get n curiously rieb dinner for thn mnn or
woman w ho has nlightoil nt our gates, nor n
bed chamber inndo nt too great 11 cost; llieso
things, if Ihey lire curious iu them, Ihey can
get tbr n few shillings In nuy villngo ; hut
rather let tho fctrnngcr see, if ho will, that
rh mulw,nei; wn. .envoi ni
miles, nml dine sparely mid sleep Iniidlv. lit
behold. Let not tho cuiphnFis ol hosidlalitv
lio iu bed and hooid ; but let truth, mid love,
and hottoi',nnd courtesy, flow iu nil thy deeds.
Longevity. Hilly, iho property of ilia
lulu Mis. i'lirnh lugiaui, ilii d on l'i i.l.iy night
in Ihis city, nt the n'go of nml hundred and
seventeen yenrs. lie was 11 native ol' Han
over Co., Virginia, horn iu tho soi vie.o of I'u
li'l ('111 IiiihI l'."i Has at Norl'nlk when it
was burnt in 77!i, nnd was pressed into his
MejesljV sei'vico by Jov. fluumore. Ho
wasal the bntllo ol beat ih idgo ev could well
rcmcinhir nil uhout tho n io uf Vorktown.
II Hy wns strong, hale nml hearty even nt
the day of his ileal!). Ilo was always gnod
humored, well disposed, nnd critpiilouly
honest. Ho was employed nsu drayinan un
til he was j ) ens ol age, and ut tho ngu of
liH could roll n hogshead of sugar Weighing
I ."'JO lbs. on bis dray, without nssi.t.u.ce. Il
is n remarkablo coiuculenet! that lor the Inst
sixty yen's hu lived iu n liioiily, linen of the
inmates of which have died within tho last
two years, two nt Iho nges of '.), mid one lit
Iho nge of W..VurfoIti UnnUt.
Titt: ni-sr faum.t skwspicer in tut. wottt.n.
Jiiw Year Xcw liaturcs-Xcw Type.
TIIF HOME JOniX.U,
ITOMSIlrp K.VKIlV SATl'ItDAY, IX TI1K CITT
OK NKW-VOItK, AT TIIK LOW I'llICK
or $1 vr.n ax.nu.m.
OX S TLKIUV, T ill: MUST DAY OF
J.lM'.UtV ni'Xt, tho first M'Mntn ok a
Nrv bkiiiks of this retiiu d, pi.uunl, chenp,
nml universally popular Family Nkwsi'apkii,
will Iih prcHouted Iu Ihu public, printed on
linn whilo paper, mid 11 new mid beautiful
type, manufactured cpresiy for tho purpuse.
Tliis nrraiigemeiit will tiliiird nil who desire
to receive llio work, mi oppoiiuniiy of com-
niencnig Hu ll' silliscriptluu W till tho liL'lll
liiti of the year.
'a nt.w no i.l,
translated fioni tho Ojiiiiau by n graceful
and brilliant American mithoi', entiih.'d
W I L I) F I, O W i: II ri ,
will niluru the columns of Iho lurthcoiniug
Mn. W11.1.11 will continue his u.-ual edito
rial laiiours, writing on tho imsim topics
of iNTf.nr.ST, ns lh"V occur, il.) will also
give, from lime lo lime, passages from his
'J'rnvrtt in Hie Tropin, nnd in the .S'ou.'i ami
II est. Hit entire time In imr devoted to Hie p
tho well-known vaiiiktv nnd imii stiiy
uf his pen will bo seen iu its columns ns ho.
fore. It.it wo have 11 new fcaturo lo oil
from tho pen of .Mr. Willis, uud nun thai we
believe (at this period of tasto liir picturing
nf rrd life) will ho p'-c-ominently nllraclivi'.
I iu proposes to give a seiics 01 hketcho do-
Kei iiiti. o nf
IFF. WITHIN CITV-ttF.ACII
....' ... ' .
1'ilK Tow.x, as lii'tetiiliire, will bo 11 lead
ing topic: not its dilles, fishioiisnud iimu.so
iiieuts merely, though ihi'su re uoted with
care. Tho weekly clironiehi of the Town,
comprises notices, moro or less; in'mule, nc'
coritiug to eii eiiuistnuecs, of the important
lectures, meetings, woik of nrt, schemes
iuipiovenieut mul bcnevohincc, new e.iter
prUcs, ili.-.'iivei i.'s and inventions, ui well
llie popular eiitertaiiiiuents.
" iM'i't'.tiHTixti To Lnti:s," is llio titlo
nm! il.'p'irlmeiit, hpecitd piuns nro taken
I. ct Irom the licws uud literaiiiro id'
world lliosi! fuels nml ideas which are
peculiar iiiipnrlaiieo in the Women of Ainer
i.'n. A I. .tier field for their industry, mid
wider scope? for tho exercise of their genius,
nro mining tho uecessilieH of thu tituo
which wo shall endeavour to iillrncl pnl.
Tin'. Foitr.tiiN Papi.rs w ill conliiiiit! in
carelully xntuiiie.l, mid everything nf hoinu
interest extracted, nml nrraiigcil uuder
hetid of " Ueiuliugs iu Foreign Journals."
American papers,' for 11 similar purpose, will
be dili'.eiitly ransiiekud,
A largo iiunds'rof adi.r anu Dirri.Nuitsii-
in iT.KsoNs me nccustnmed In avail them-
selves of lb., cohuniis of tho Home Journal
whenever tbev desire to commnuiei.to will.
Ilia public. These conti ibnli.iiij n e a valu
tiblo foaluii; of tho paper.
Thi copious, comprehensive mul elegnnt
ly priutHil Family N'kwsi.aikii m now nek
nowledged lo bo llie imbspeiisnblo drawing
room gr.zotto of iho country. A home
hardly c.onipluto wo think wo may safely
vcnlu'm to say, without llio HO.MI2 JOITt
NAL, which is thu Ciinoxici.t: of am. that
IMF.HF.HTS ALL CLASHKS OF SOL'IKTT, mill
thu inttdligouro which most enlivens
American Home. Nr.w-Vonu is thk oiu:at
cfntiir, nml here, ut thu luuntaiii-head
linvelty, incident, liturnture mul foreign news,
tho Home Journal is printed uud published
lis editors, (t.Kti. r. niniini.s nnd N. 1. Wil
ms,) dovoto iheir entlro time, skill nml expo
l ieiico to I Lb task of giving, cneh week,
FA KIlYTlllXfi WORTH KNOWI.XO.
T'kiims. For one copy, $ ; .for thruu cop.
ttM Hf'k nl (v fit 111 itftltu t',f tlif.iia uuni'a
nlways' in mlvmiuo. Hub.e.ibu without 'de-
lie Address MOIMtIS A- VVM I M
hi). -Vldu.s . niUitUKS 0. VtlLLIrf
I'.tblors, 107 1 ullot.-Blrect, Nuw-ork.
Agents for the Bugle.
Too following named persons nro requested
and authorized to net ns tigents for tho Uuglc h
their rcspcuUvo localities.
.' . . . m
-n. "ouglass.Hcren, Luynnofra county, unm,
Timothy Wood worth, Litchfield, Medinnco.,0,
Win. l'nyne, llichdcld, Summit to., Ohio.
Jo0 s Sl.mincr.on. nclmont f'o.
. linker, Akron, Mummit Co.
II. I. Sinalley, Uandolph.rortagc Co.
Mrs.C. M. Latham, Troy,'Jouugn, Co., O.
J. S.nithani, l!riinswi k.
O. O. Ilrown, llsiuhridge.
L. S. S;icei, (iratigcr.
S, 11. Lambert, bath,
Iinac lirooks, Li'iesvillc,
t ... .
' ' ' V.'
1 "cy Mollrcw, 1 smesville,
Thomns Wooton, Winchester, Indi
Harriet I'tilsipher, llissels, (Jeaiigii c O.
O. O. Hvowii, Orange, Cuyahogii ro,, O.
".'i mtti ennjinit nntrhrrt to pood it Sinniit
Ilink .T tii) inipliinn hit purse into hit hurt.
A'ioiee.ife 14 llie hr.it ciiiitnl he run jmtsttt; il
it nt hit commitn l trrn momn.f, im ulirmjt
above pnr.lln. Fiiamki i:.
T Mcrrhauls, Clrrks Trarhtri, SlDdoli,
nnd All .mil.
JLrfT rLULISIIKU-A new
pleto cot of liules by whirli nil
I In' I'unila-
mental operations nl Artlemetie
lliay he pel
e ot lime.
lirmcd ill fin inert, t'.li'.i :
lo b.'come 11 masnr of them w ill i.'piirei.ot
more that! 11 couple hnuiV hliitly nl any good
sound itiiml: mul Iho sluiletil w ill loert h be
enabled lo A.I.I, tmhliacl, .Multiply, or Di
vide, iu nny cum 1 1 is mailer of bow many
ligures, inoro iiccuriilely, (indeed, In yon J tht
pustiliilily "fun criiir.) and in less than mm
liiurtb tho lime reipilicd i'l tho old M.-leili.
Tliesi! Fiilidameutal Knit s an' lullowed
by An F 11ninat1.nl into the I'ropcrlies nl
Nuiiibers, which even ftulher liicdilales lliu
Tlii'io nro nlso mi. braced in the woik,
Ut'l.F.S l Oit IIU': CALi I LA I JOX OF
INT LRl'.S 1', which will work out tlm inter
est nt any rale upon any sum with tho id
wis! ttc, iniry, and a simplicity nnd ipiiek
liess fully etptal to all Iho other operations by
Ibis, nml vastly tmpciior to all courses iu the
old pi. 111.
Together, llieso form llie Most (.'omi'LUTE
Tiikvi'isf. on thu sS.'icnci! of Numbers) ever
issued 1111. 1 mil iuealeiil ibly valuable In till
lin n from their iiever-failing accuracy, nnd
to hiiMncss 111. mi frnui Iho iuiiiiense iiiiiount
id' lime they s ivu from Iho most wearisome
deluil of business lite. I'm liculai ly ought
they lo be iu Ihu hands of Merchant mid
(.'hu ks, Tencbers mid .Students, nml Young
OR DO EARLY I
(J5 The copies of the few remaining hun
dreds of tho present edition nre being hur
ried nil' nt 11 prico greatly re.lne.nl Iruiu that
(.") nt w hicli Iho balance were sold, to make
ro. nn Ibr 11 new edition to ho gotten up iu a
magnificent mid ami costly stilu immediate
ly upon closing nut llio present one.
fX5 F.very purchaser is bound (as n mat
ter til' justice nml pioleclinn In iho copy
l ightest) by his s acre. I pledgo of hoiior, lo
iim! the I'liicos-es for llie instruction of him
set I' on ly, mid In impart tho iul'm inali.iii oh
taincd from them to no one,
fX" To obtain llio Processes it is ueces
suy lo give sui'b 11 pledge, with Iho 111 ice.
Three Dollars, enclosed in 11 letter, md-pnid,
directed In l. May M mim.i:v, Funkstmm,
Washington County, Maryland. Tin; I'ru
cesses will lit; llirwardcd pust iaiil, to the
yiven nddress. lie particular In write Iho
name id llie Tost Olh. e, ("oiiiily, mul Mate,
distinctly; with Iboso iicjjcclmg Ibis, mis
lakes lit tpieiilly occur.
(n'l'nnso preferring il, run order copies
of lliu fiirlhi'mniug edition, which will bo
ready nboiit thu holidays. Tho prico will be
i; orihus sent belbie its issue will be filled
as soon 11s llie copies me ready, lbr $0.
Loch Agents WuiiK-d.
In every town, nnd nil ihrouch the et.1.11
try, great I ill ml u'l k nf copies of these liules
can liL'dispiiM'd of by nuy 0110 who will only
t..U the truul.le 10 uu.ko their scope know 11.
They compiise '.hat which hu.ioess uieii,iiml
eviy body, has long li lt Ihu want of, mi
will gladly obtain. The nature of iho busi
ness allows any ouu lo net ns Agent, and lo
energy tnsurit a large reward. As bel'oro
explained, llie hm-mcss, repining privacy,
orders from Agents nro tilled iu separate
scaled envelopes oi' delivery through iheir
hands. When 11 number of threu copica or
iuin i; nro ordered w ith Iho remittance nl one
time, in per cent, is nil.. wetl in hu retained
ns thu Agent's fee j mul fit) per eenlon of
tiers liir eight copies or more.
.Scpiuuihi.'r J.'i, lSj-.'.
.S'.l .;.!, OHIO, Al'lH I. 211, 1832.
WHS. C I. (.liUIUIf,
LATE 01' THE CITY OF ri'ITSIUTifill,
lil'.li S leuve to inform the inhabitants of Sa
lem .111 I vicinity that she has brnucht villi her
b'ge u-s.irtiiii iit of UOTAMC Ml.nil lSt.s
'"''e!'i!ly preparul, iu the I'm in of Tills, l'ow-
"'"' 'Iniuiuics, Syrups, Oiulnici.ts, .Sdvcs nnd
together with un n.st.rtmci.t of cru.le
"r ""M'cparcd Mo,. u,cs, wl.ith .ho oir.vs f,r
;'''' ''"'' lm. lor cash or such n. u.
' " ",u ""u ,a,""J
( Ice, Corner of Green imil Lxmtlij Ut.
NIlVv' FALL AND WINTJ'K GOODS.
Miin:iv, Tirrs.vis & vo.,
(sieCKSSOU TO Mt'tll'llV, WILSON, & Co.)
IMl'OltTEUS AND WHOM: SALE DEAL
KllS IN FOllKKiN AND DOMESTIC
No. 'IS, WooJ-St., rillsliurg, Pa.
AltE now roccivini from all tho Eastern Ci
ties nnd Europe, their limt supply of (JOUDS
for the I'all Trade, to which they invito tho nt
tention of buyers. On tho 1st of September
they expect to huvo their assortment compute,
which Hill ho kept o, by constant additions
every w eek throughout the season. They will,
ns heretofore enntinuo to sell goo.ls as low as tho
EASTERN JOUHEHS, for CASH, or appro-
ved paper on tho uduii! croJit, and they nsure
i V10!1' 0,J c"st".'or '". wl .11 who
design purchasing here, that they will not
undorsold In this in.rU.I. . . 1
1 fuuhuryh, Au3ust 20, 18J2
THIS ISSTM'L'TK, with sonic irtodifh-ntlon
and restrictions that cannot fail to prove bene1
nVial to those who may re rcalu r attend it, will
commenro its third W'- 'er Session, (of 19
weeks,) October SJ.'ith, IS-i:!.
An aide Tenehrr nf tho Latin.Orcik, I'rerieh
nnd Herninn Lnnuunges :'s now t onnis tcd with
it. Insttuttinn nm he h id on the l'inno of a
Lndv in the vilhere, who is nn excellent per
former, and nn experienced Teacher. -"ii
Tuition trnm iifi.Oi) to ft.i.Un per (luarter ol
11 weeks, with nioiUrato extra chnrges for
French, Oerinan, Tele il nnd Veil Drawing,
Pkctching.riiinting in Water Colors and Mono
chromatin l'sinting, and also, for attending Dft
Mack's Illustrated Lectures on Anatomy and
l'hysiolouy, and Mr. Link's l.cs.ons in l'cn
'J l o jnstitntinn is furnidifd with Anatomi
cal i'latcs, Historical Charts, Outline Maps,
Apparatus and Mil ends.
Mucin, ts can hire the use of all Text Hook
needed In the Institution, except in few of th
most advanced Llni-scs, nt the rale of One Dol
lar per Quailcr. ll.ieks rim, also, be purchased
in the Village, nt low prices. Ample arrange
ments nro now being made to accommodaW
Students with cnmfuitaMc board, whichVon bo
had on very moderate terms.
Those desiring particulars rnn ohtnin fata
hiuuo accompanied hy a lull circular, slid any
additional ioturneitioii they niiiy wish, by nd
ilrrsning VM. Met LAIN. Vrincipat,
Salmi, Cd. Co., ()., (Jet. '., 1S52. .
JOHN I . WmN'l'UY, '"'
SUK'iKDN DI.N I I 'T::-
..! ' S.'H-i. IICS'llWI
form his fneii.is nnd the pul.lic.
at his pe.st. Uavin.; r.rul sec
Ojlire orrr tht
ih. r would In
itial be is tgain
cr .1 IIIOIl'.llS IH
('in. -in. ..ii, in ucinin ; !.i-t. .1. aiiiititcly nctpuiin
tc.l wit), the v.iri.fts ''rai.-'i; -'1 !! I'lt.fesslont
liel'eels riuitt t. i.l ..I n. 1. r ii'ilc to render the
fullest s tti. iJt'.ioll t.j t'.,.. c v.i... ;.. .) I t.jUllehMI
Salem. M.mli .i, V ' V2. ' "'
TIIK OMI.Y TKt'K ronTIIAIT OF WASIIIXOTOK.
Jl'rfT l'l T.l.lSIIF.Ii, !
r. 11. he wns M.iG.viriciwT
rOUTUAlT OF WASH IN (IT ON.
F.ngraveil (by permission) from Stuart's on'y
oriudiud portrait, in tin.' Atheiii'iiin, It sl.in.
This Hiipei b picture, I'ligrnved under the
superiu ten deuce oi' l'l IOl AS t-'L'LLY, Fsip,
llie eminent mi. I highly gifted 111 list, is thu
only correct likeness of Washingloii ever
published. It has been ehnriictei ised im ihu
greatest win k of art ever produced iu tho
country. As to its li.h liiy, wo roll r to llio
letters of the ailnpted si. 11 of Wnshinglnu,
OF.Olll.F. WASIII(;T()X t'AKK CL'S
'I'lS, whnsnjs, " il is a failhtul reproseiitiitinii
of llie ei lebrateil .ir'in:il," mid to CIIII'.F
JI'.SI'K'F, TAI:Y o! tho Hiiprenie C'nurt
of Ihc I'nited Stales, who sa)S, "As a work
of ai l its ex.'elleiiee nnd be.iiity must slriku
every one w ho sees il : uud it is mi less hap
py in its likeness In iho Father of bis muti
ny. Il was my good I'm time to havo seen
him iu the tl.iis of my Im) herd, M il his
whole appear.. nee ii i t slmtf!)' impressed
on my mommy. The rtrait you hi.vn is
sued appears lo me I t I :i i n r.r lil.nu.it,
repreM iiling peril ci! the e;'i. .s'nui ns Well
as llio Ibriii and I'c itiues i.f his I .e.'." And
sa)s SF.N A I Oil ( 'AM'-, it .':, 11 life li.e rrpre
miiliilinii if Hit prin! i,;-.','. i.f. I'll l'IDI'., IT
IT I.L A. O ill s 1:0 win k 1 1 pea is to nm
In have been aihi.ir.ibly im culeil uud rmi
nrnl'y woriht id llie pnironage of she public."
.Sas MAUt'HAXT thn cininent portrait
painter, mul thu pupil of Stuart, "your print
In n. V iiiind is 1111111! ren.nl knble ihnu liny
other I have sei 11, lor pres.-liling tho trWe
in. Iu i.l 1 ii. I i t y id the ci igiiu.l ..i trait, logeih
ei with iho noble nml ilinil'nil repose of nir
mul 'manlier, w hieh all who ever saw him
considered a marked chnrnc tcrislic of the
illustrious iiiiiii it ciimuieuiornlcs,"
Fur the final meritt of this picture try would
rrfur rrcry lnvtr of ll ushiupliin to the portrait
il.:i'f, lo he sun tit the ajjire. of Ihis paper, and
to tht Ii tUrt "f the fo'.luu '.iip . htixtt, .Sfufi tuien,
Jurists oil. Sthoittis iircomjmnyinx il,
AK'I'IS TS. Marehatit mul F.lliull, of
New Voik; iNceglc, Unlherinel, nnd Lumli
din, of I'l.ilailelphia ; C'hiXer Harding, of
lloslon ; Cliarh s Fia.-cr, id (.'Iim lealun, S. C.;
ami In the adopted run of Wnshiliglou, Hon.
(ten. W. 1'. (.'u.-tis, biuiself mi artist.
H I'ATFSAiF.N. liis I'.xcelli ncy Milhud
Fillmore. Abj"r ('en. inli. Id fcliull, I loll,
(ieurcii M. Dallas, llun. Wdliaui I. King,
ion. t.i i t i i.stci, lion. 1, mn Ji.ivd, lion.
1 ..... . 11 . . ... . ' . .
1..: wis .us, mm. ii in, .. iiiaiinni. lion.
hn i'. Kenned',', 1 1. .11. !!.(.'. Wiiithroii. I.L.
D. .ILi:iST:S il..ii. i;..c(.,. 1, Tiiney,
Ihin. J..I111 ll.i.T, Iim:. ,l,.:n Alt Lean, Hon.
IfulnsCI M'iiUl.AKS. CIiiiiIchFoI-
miiii, Fsip, iho well km. v, 11 Librarian of the
liusttin Aliiel i urn, who says, "1 would rath
er own it than tiny p .'u.lt .1 copy I have ever
seen;" F.. I. Whinn!.!, Kichard llihhelh.
ibm. K.lw. Kvoicll, I.L. D.. J.ired tsimrks.
1. 1.. D-, Williimi II. rrescotl, 1.1 IX, Wasli
mglnu Irs ing, It .lplt" W. Fmcrcoii, Es.,
I'liit; T. C. I'phani, J. T. Ileiulley, Fil.
Oiecu ll.dlcck.ll. W. Umgli Mow, Win. Ud
inore Sii1B. , i kuM lXKOl'K, Lonl
Tnlluiird, T. IJ. Maciiulcy, Sir Aichibubl Al-i.-nn.
Lord iMaynr of Luuilun, &.c. &e. &:c.
'I lili 1'lil.S, ihruiighout lliu euiiro Union,
luive wiih one voice proelaiuicil Iho merit
of ibis Biipcrh eiiginving. , ,
To enable nil 10 possess this valuable trena
il re, it Is sold nt the low price nl'M per copy,
I'uhlishcd by OI'.OlK.'i: W. CHILDfJ,
N. W. corner of Fifth nml Arch-si's, I'liila,
WILLIAM ;. BTF.F.l., Hole Agent for
the Stales of Ohio mitl ludiaiiu.
This In Unit can only ho obtained from
MIL ST'ICFL, or hum his duly authorized
Arrmigcnients havo been nindo with' llie
I'ost Otiico Department, by which copies of
the I'm trait can hu stud 10 nuy point, ier
mail, iu pci feet older.
05 lYiMiiis by remitting Five Dollar!
lo W.M. U. T l:i:i Cniciumiii, Ohio, will
havo 11 copy of thu i'01 trait sctit to lliein ree
fXjT .Magnificent Cilt Frames, got tip ex
pressly liir these I'm trails, furiiiAhcd ut the
low plicu of ij'.'i.UO each.
A UAO.VIl'lt.L.V'1' I'lllll'llAIT OP
GEN Ull AL JACKSON,
Engrave J ly T. D. HELCH, ESQ., after tht
original portrait painted by T. SULLY, ESQ,,
This I'orlruit will bo n match fur the
Washington, nml is in every respect 'well
got up. . . , . ' r
I'rico ."i,00 per copy. Address bi abort.