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r'rtaatka S C'rir.
Madttk. .... ,M.V.
Hunt Harn-IIirnam Wood naar UuiTaln
M fitlvi, If'latererloha when 'li. done, then j
'twaro well '
That 'twere done elllj. If the nomination
Could whiiewaah an old (Inner prank and J
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vtiiu inn cunt uan success. 11 out thi t
I aald to be uncertain, and lire Yankee a
Are a rule at! ofrhap"nd Ibot preach
Old Hickory' bumbuga, which hare all er
To plague lb lnrentor. I'm here with dotjb
Flrat, a I went for alavcry and the war,
Ha ahy of taking office, that ws we bolter
Can only bow-wow, ppppt-tongurd, agalmt
The Whig Convention that did aat htm up.
They'll qui me fur a puling babe ofgrace,
Striding ilta hobby.hor ol Abolition,
And wrong-end-foiemoit eanierlng down hill.
Three cheerawon't rafie the wind. I bate
To acratch the idei of my old dope, but only
Tu ear 'our auflerloga I intolerable.'
A halting flourh which o'erletp all 8rnlax
And fall on 'milter side of Lindler Murray
How now I Whoae maro'a dead I
C. Only Amy Darden',
The Iluflaloe are come. Now tell their
Before you've aklnned them I Cut and come
M. Is this a Conscience-man I aee before mel
Whig paper In hi liauil.aa I'm a Dutchman
I'll trutl thee not, for I do heir thee Mill
Ilawl for a Whig and 'Whig mganizatlon.'
Art thou not, Contcienremin, quite aeniille.
'TiarAtlxfa tough Job to jump Jim Crow
And not bteak buili yuur ahlns and bang your
I see Ihee grin with jiw ao palpably,
Gaping from earloear. O, atretch-mouth'd
Thou msrahal'al me the way to Buffalo,
And aorh an instrument 1 warn to uae.
JeameiPolk waa but the tool of 'tolher patty,
And I'm worth ten of him. 1 aee thee gii'n,
And in thy face ome'hocu-pocu trick
Which wi not there before Ti no Whig
I go and It In done. Old Sancho bltea me.
For Cat and Holler now I'll ring the kuell,
That aummnn them to Jericho, pell mill!
Tbsl which htth made bim roar, bath mado
What hath quanch'd bim hath alzxled me. ,
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lir-tnttr M. wifA c Buffalo Islltr.
M. Pre done the deed. Didst hear the Lo
tautti the moutetrp lint would hoK
.tab at a th cfin a mill, im a,. m. i..at. uown mc rircr in mi coal, a rerv UDCOm
Ami here upon lhee plank of Datuln. I fortabla ihotrcr camo mttering down at the nu ,m
im i.,mn ,1,1 . . .. j .u- ... i ..., 1,. ..... ..,..,. .1... hare to r
a. inn vii";i r a at4 UHI II Id aTg ! MIVtUVH V II til II V ! BjIMUk 14 I 'l''lk mil I M I J
Hut ft llcklltli Inh. fm ntir Ak.tA mn f i .l.ik iK. fMrMnA ...itsl..(.m..ni f - 1 nnd tWfritV'
ouonc txtti agatnit iree ami. iNeit, 1 gn j htm mit the pencil. We are now about tho
aquiritlng i ricbt spot to uke a good rletv of thai odd
a" V'her ,SunuT,!" 10 " , 1 looking eabin.end if wo go on wc will loc
Zarh j' furn,'"lf- ow;i. So haul out the oU umbrella, nd I
tr.ii. .i.n-r. i.i. tn.. t...-' vill try n skrtch. Per hops by the time we
. 1 heard a Poat creak, and th' old granny "iun" uio country , aiu oaio, auu
grf over lo Engltnd.'
TJul grlndathaOrgan. 'Well, afore you can do that, you'll hev
: When 1 l ,Q rt ,,vfu i;g lub, and sot yourielf at
C. -At taking anuff;,. Mlh , ;, ' '
M. Who wa It killed a bumblebee !
O. -Tom Thumb.
M. There one did laugh in hi speech, and now.
om ciM Humbug !r The rqualler looked up and down the
And then iltey laughed .gala at they would ghofff 0 iimttnd ,hefl lnouled
WUa'l'.mall-clothea they had got. , W f il Be,t ,n.ue'' J.0"
O. Moicheto-buxxingllyour suektn' msehtne draw it ofrdrcadrul
Home wage, aome Tavlor wen lh late j alow,'
At. unn rnuu'ijiw iimii aim uiu oin
A. th.v had aein'me with thi. Janus phla
(Jutting: a monkayanino. i aiood and eard
Like a slack pig. I could not say 'lUpenl!'
NMien they dd sty 'Oln
The, fellow, must be Joking. We'll he pi -
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il. Uut wMietore tnoow mey pen me wn
fltuck In any chop I
i .TheM hlt moat not be minded
Mora than a flea-bite. Call for a ahtn plaster
And eeraw your courage to the acratchltig '
M. Methougbt I beard a voice cry
A Whlg'a the man for ma 1 a parly Whig
'A whig who vote for a Whig candinata!'
C. 1)0 vou roesn me 1
" -r - ; u ivo oi oiarney.
M. Still It cried 'Whig for me!' to all ibe
'Old Zack I not a Whig ; and therefore con
Can't Tola for 7.axb ; concioce l ajway
C. Wht do ion cudgel bm with ante own
You have ahaaWd Abtabsa t go. get
And plaatef o'er josr gsg-Uw Irumfurjr t
M. 1'cd afraid lo tMak X wbai I've dona.
Iiook oa'i again, I (tar raH. Hum lba duett-
I Watt mad a fire 'Ton, eKih,TBd got
Ike Lewi. Cms, piae-h'd up ia 'eii vwUn-
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For 7.arh's cUerioti I've frt-MlM'wj UlM
.arh's cleeHoti Vn fre-MlM m UJSI , .s, mg io.i
Mm tha sWgb.facd Miers luwl twllfor wy,lr; bl'I s of bim lekaso bis
id, " jnroe it beMrr knonn lhan raloe'
U n t In n. Catwtg
And whipped o)! Tantabogoa reaad tk
Pat rattM In the perrfdg of PmocTc7,
Atad bit my MtaaeJ am off jnt to lirkl
That aaase old ton. 'n it a mm4 up m t
Dawn, dawn, Urilf platAfnl all lb wmltl't
44 I'm lK little .nd on'i whittled or.
An now, secret, black" asd midnight
Will all great Neptune's moonshine pilot
Out nf Salt fllvet. No, sweet iyke ofTsin-
3u fid not upon thai order of your going.
Dot go ta (ran. Your Stew at SyrarB
Was a not-pie if chaffy trump ft. full
' Of wrath and cabbage, aiguifjing nothing,
j I gln to b wear; of thli fun,
I .A rid wish barnbumltig bubbles burst and
! done. -fling
tht!clion bell! Blow whig.l Con
if mti't surrender, hut not an old Zack!
IvAif tkunJtr, F.ttunl.
"'I AKINQ THE MISSISSIPPI."
From Mr if't. Louis tltveitle.
While Mr Sam Siockwoll, the artist, now
a . .l . ' -r.i
i , 8- "i-K.rai panorama o,
' I villi aiv uwini viuitij
iqualler. lie hciilatrd a moment, but final,
ly let go, and hi boat iwung around in the
Vot, U you going to pielur' bim rait der
raioT inquired bit German boatman.
finish our view the proprietor will invite us
to lake ome buttermilk with bim.
The old umbrella had, by certain violent
concussions received on the trip, become
aulte a curiotity. One half of the whnlc
( bones were gone, and when it was hoisted,
it nttng Hire a wo ocgono somorero over u
owner. The pitejiing of it carelcwly into
the boat ontundry occasion had Introduced
ill thaped skylight in il roof; and, taken
altogether, il wai tho sorriett apology for
a shelter ever tirtlchcd over a sovereign
citizen of the great United States: 8in,
however, worker! away beneath tho 'ging
ham' until be finished his sketch. All Ibis
time aavafflucnl from the top of hi cono like
covtjWnourrd a flood of dark-tinged wa
leajHi one of the bole;, and down his
nKIHi German watched this stream
wilhyP(6rc mtcrrir, at if calculating how
much ttie nriisi's clothes would hold Worn
they would Irak. When he had finished,
George, the German, broke forth in admi
ration. 'Veil, for a little mans you soaks more
rater den ever I scrs beibrc. It will tuko
you von week to be sooieo and dry as va
Jusuhen, a voice from tho sboro bailed
'Look ytr, you, with that awful ugly
hat; what in thunder are you sittin' outthar
in the fain for ? Who are you 1 What are
you gotn' (o do 1
'I nm goiog to canvass Iho .Mississippi,'
'You're an ekctioneercr, ato you I in
quired the tqoatter.
No, not exactly' said Sam, 'except in a
small way for my own individual benefit.
I am going to take the river.
'Whar are you gain' to lake St to V inqui
red the squatter.
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'Oh, no,' says Sam, 'Inm drawing it off
Im pointing the, MlislMlppi, my friend,'
.ijbiwareu tile artist
. Hev you got my cabin chalked down '
1 'Yes. aniwercd Sam. 'and vou too,'
'Yes,' aniwercd ,
, .Q 0(KJ by Ibun J
1 lc"' em 1 r
i er I kin hoe more
tbunltirr Mid the squailcr
me to tnem bngnsti let
m a .MisjiMipni acrrsnv
er l Kin noe more corn in a uay tuan any
V.,iMi mvliina er invented, and when
1 1 hit anythin', from bullock down to human
, natur , they gineiawy ihiok iignming
Are you .Taylor mao 1 inquired Sam.
'No, by Ihuader,' say the.
'Do you go in for Cut luctiV inquired Sam.
I 'Well. 1 ca cuiate nor, strnnger, inougn
he'sthebay for these digginsthouted he.
i - v nat i uo you auppvii i au uuieu i tun-
No Sir.' shouted the screamer; I support
Heittv nd the chlldreo, and lis mtgtity
light screwing to get along with them, with
corn only twenty -fi ve cents a busbcV
Good bye; stick lo Betsey and lb chil
dren,' iid Sara : tb.y are tho beat caudi.
datesout; and railed anchor and floated off
As he spedoriward I
reached him osce more;
'Hurrah for Urn Ji
' ,IM,PP' ad Me and Ktl
'Have you got a liUerfor botil'
'The wielbal 1 work fur.'
What it but oame, you idiot 7'
Mtobert Brown, sure.1
There's nona here for bins '
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INn ' ura fl.m Iknl I'm nln In ni.l...
i -a aaj wwnft ajuiii w iiau
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1848.
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'yu'4 O. "rid
A KtfiUtcky rlrnd nni yeart ainee r -
land to ui the following anrtdoie, at b-
tag actaallr occorrH in that hutc.
There trn m roy ate in jf tort of a fellov
rimI Prw Rell, but utually ealltd
Prl Rf H, who aatAed a good deal of
fKOfefty, ami tierefbre bad a peconiarj re
tpoMiLiliiy, tbgh be wai alwayi in warn
of moe, and freqaenll y in the band of
On Ofie ozethn be we.nt to a certain ae
comraodaUitf friend, to borrow two thou
tand dollar! yei aatd hit frirnd, 'Pete. I
will kod you Ibe two thouiand dollar, and
without inttreat too, if you will pirc &c
yourbilt for the amount on London.1
0h, no,' replird Pete, 'I can't aland that. ,
If t . v.. 1 1 t i .... 1 1
thing willbe back on me here under nro -
tret, in four inoutli at further ei, and Ihrn 1
mutt mv vou the amount and m-rnti n.r
cent Jjmagr. Thai'atoo derpn dig.
"vei, aw Shy lock, 'that U culling it
rather fat. 1 acknou'ledrr. bull will tell
you Pete, what I will do I will take your
' dim on Liouuon ror ivto
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thouiand dollar and
a a .
mI J r iiiwuotiiu ,nv iiuiiuiru,
lnv mii hr ii i. i iimb.J - I
i ti comet back proteitrd, you will
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ciuiui mo iwo inouianu oo lar.
nor ecoi aamaner. mnklni? to-
either two thouiand four hundred, u-hieli
win icare me oniy two nunarra dollar.
III I . . . . . '.. .
'Airrecd. aiiil IVIe I nm u illimr in inl
So down they sal to prepare the
But who the douce shall I draw upon In
London,' aiJ leie, ! do not know n lirinc
.t. ! , . i . . . .
" ""nria who von arw
upon, saw u.s ,,,enu. -ao tar as j.. nm con-
ccrncu , nm willing you should "raw
z x " ffss: .I t,i.iM,.i
and regularly protested, In order to eatab-1
luh a leeal claim noon tho drawer One
morning it was accordingly found, with
other documents, on tho table ofthe Duke
-a 1 t. a. . - I fi a
"""'"""'S oeen ,e" m Plnncc or
'And ho said his Grace of Bedford
t.kmg up ho bill and.ddm.ine li s man
drawini? on me for two ihaumnd dollars 7
I never heard nf him hn'nr. and dn
know by what authority he doct so.'
'I ant equally ignorant, your Grace,'
the 'hommede'HflUrie.' 'I know notl
n r Itim
'Well' said his Grace, after musinir a
momrnt, 'it is very probable now that he is
some poor and d,f,,,t branch nf my fan,. -
upon my cousin, me uuko 01 Hcdioru; i.i.k.w i..,u tu.)w inducinira ton Urine of loam, tho lots re- B "iqs are free Boil men) be gulled
n will be recollected that the family houses stood on or near the epot where , u a ' 1 1 c. o ('J 1 lj onctvhoti. licicUylo ihn
name of hi, Grace is Hun.II, and Pete wat H town or U wrrncc. The I ''g JJ"' e e "JJ PXj.ted and -f cjSm .tnnds out so boldly from
In the habit of boasting the! ho. had de- Mwnm.clr, whose waters farther down in ?n'iV the Md p.c.uro of the Texat Annexation 7
teended from the tame .lock. So Pom 'let " haJ become obl rnl tervam Can 1 M MM Aboj,n(.t
fly bit kite' for two thoutand dollar, on his , -.J J.I J.fM hhn . bl. l?SwiSST ! forge, h.t .. due to honor, prme.pl.
Grace of Bedford, and received the stipu- ,J'n "P h JJfKJ ore should never be expo,ed openly In the Con.lsicney, at to vble for a man who
Istedamountof twoihoussnd two hundred i0", "ffi Every fresh addition of excrement hat given such glaring proof of hi. con
dollars. Thobill.of course, had to.be sen! anco' Hut tho kcon eye of Induttry r'.hould bonrotccted bva new laverofmould tempi of h m, bit cffvit end. his doctrines 1
nulto Tvndnn mhprea.n.t m ,!.rjM,o 1 led upon thote irlancinir. rnerrv waters, aod ",0"la M,P'Oicctea ova netv layer oimouiu h ',! nt ilu
. . , A . . .. .. (ihn irrtrl, .rM... .... . r.... aMimwu ui inn o uiru iv, mi 4 1UL11 ay in; r .
fin , v . v BWBJ o. mere to n.,;; -- r .-V- ' rr V'", " l'
wilds of Kentuckj, nnd is in distress; tho
amount is but a trifle ; let the bill bo paid
and paid it wa.
in due course ofllmo I'clo'e friend got;
back two thousand dollars. Ins Bankers' I
cornmissions, and without interest, for two
thousand two hundred he had paid Pete
some months previously.
It was a regular shave, only the shaver
became tin shaved.
Ourfiiend, from whom we had the story,
said, he never heard whether Peto ever
renewed the operation.
We can only add, that wo have often
wished we had a cousin in London.
CURIOUS SCENE AT CAPE MAY.
A correspondent ofthe N. Y. Journal of
Commerce, writing from thi faahlonablo
reort, decrlbcd tho following lively cene
aa having occured In the water which lath
the abort' ;
"Look out yonder at that auif, la not
that glorious 1 See those awlmmers. Will
you believe that that lady whom you aaw
bul an hour ago, (hiking gaily her luxuiiant
ourl from her face and Hatening to mawkiah
aeniemanlality in the drawing room (Joe
aaid then that he saw a sneer of contempt In
her Joyous eye,) It the samvbold swimmer
that I dashing away the foam caps of Hie
wave outaide the aurf 1 Come and go down
with rot, and I'll introduce yoo to her
What' out there" did you exclaim 1 Cer
tainly, out there. I Introduced Joe to her
. una morning in ins same puce. Jte waa
! inmnklnff nn lha linn niuln r... .I...L. ...
; of fifteen hundred batheii then In the aurf,
. , ' . ' s,""es" oumur
J of all the utherv, I propnied to bin
' out and be ready to aid ber in can
m to awlm
ready to aid ber in cue of accl.
d.nl. No aoonsi aald than dono, 1 had no
fear of sharks, for 1 naver heard of one at
larking any one on our ahores: nor do I
believe the blue shark wilj touch a man.su
lung a he can get Gsh to eat. Jlot 1 alwa j
fear for a Isdy who is far Irom the shot., leal
bar strength ahould fail ber. It requires a
very great degree of coolness lo awtm in a
heavy sea. Imsgioe my aurpriso on awim
enliig pan the lady and gentleman I have
mentioned, at finding that' it waa no othei
than my friend Mr. , and hi daujlutr
alias with whom I have swam many an
hour lo rougher watar than that .a lads
pertia p unequalled a a awitnmtr In this
every wata Imsglnsble. from Nlioara ia the
Amrtican Museum, but lb. idea of meeting
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ion uuuubs iuvsuii ai v,apo May,js anexsm
pled! Father faUar, here'a W- . I
Wlterer.ald Mr uoffing, and fori
lb mat Uo aware of rrfv peaence. ,1'm
lad to e you, W . I'd gr yoo a hand
f I had one u spare.' m
Hrra'awte for betii Uwn.' 0the
if. a aaaxk nwra e-f.'ri twlannier aVia kr
tho tquauers voice a aooui n, i mar i whom he met. clothed in pantta
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snd it burthen wst, , Z",'.aL. m lM "tXfti horMW0 lut, but minus of another very
eksoo, the oKl Alu-, .,.,.,,. (..-i.i-.j . -i artlela ofapparel : boy, where
r 'Hurrah! Who woold l..r. ,i,jr.i i I 'Msmrny'. "wathing tf 'Hate
l ( wa.amnTO aa a. in mi viniriiTir vnire . - -
I maetlnc you here 1 le mat too I baiia.a at r i 'no inert' exclaimed
u'inj'-n' x . i -J
'.-.' X.-I -JJi J J. U'.ii..'". !L
rathe n at the aame lime lecllnlflg cucefull;
" 'J, " u.l. " il .... jJ-!
in the moat anornred attic of rfrawln n,m
In thr moat apprnrrd attle of drawing room
Introductlnna. 'Aljr dear Ma. , allow
me to pitMnt to your kind noila' (here a
ioin cup broke In my fare, and I pauted an 1
in.ini)'mj fiiomland allj.Mr. Wllll,of,hrte upon it tnueh btUer than without it,
" hliTJ'm-f h!",.m" . ami nature aetma to point out to them, the
till, whom I hare long ki
f?ftt IHiilTaTo '
arareful bow,' aatd
Wunmne nu In mil.'i
Joe.mnit romirally, wih lilt mouth Jut
' QovrV ot a New EnglandTown.
The age of romance In not yet pnicd
vny. Tliii maltcr.of fact ninetnih cen-
Ilury abound in wonder a many and great
" a"f l"l K " wnicn ine iinaginatioji
loe to dfell. The realilie of tho pfeicnt
1 'c B tnkfug'ai the ncilon of uncient diys.
1 nur youin wo were wont to lollow
Maa I, a il..a..i il. I . 1 a I - .
tvilll eaPcr Itilcrnt Ihn hrm fil llm mirn
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'cnBuo K,"i mour mannoou a ne-
minnMrl nrtin hull ,Ii.mV.I..i nC.it,.A.it.
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r..i i-.l. i 1. i.
auove me euge ni the wiier 'lire neareit ap. rewamra ny seeing inrir iipck tnllve bo wouiu coniirue ino itiirr, n tie inienuru, n
proilnutlon to rxie which I randeviae under will. Vox tionra or cattlo w hen tied up a nore mak'tpencr wnn iti. Ncrt:?T; fret
',,B 'irfunMUnc, ' )i but I frar lint ptCe of four or m poundi wcigbt ahould oil men, without the ilightril Inltnlion of
would be rather udlcrou than utharwue.' be put in tho manger or trough fgr thrin to HunJing by it. Hut the Southfonl, tnncli
.warn a'bonward' " ',,),0", ""d hck al plrmure, a inrTeot olirn nrjlcct to lt duaprmihlmriil, pnve him ctrdit for
imaginatioo entirely in the back ground; ; returned, the milk nnd butter being of finer! which might lure (ir properly directed) de
lant, Tclegrnph by name.-fhote ilridet flavor nnd keeping better. I prefer Ihejfenlcd the unholy nroject, to giro llio troto
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",u "iu"-u, m ujr irojjun, uui uv wu
, earth' circumference. Everywhere around
iiii-iuiiu, nu, uv icncuri. uui uv iiiu
or, in one of another form, wo find the
docu-,area.m lpnttagcj converted into lubitantial
, Our mind hns been mnch Interested of
!?.te 'n ,ome clj which wcre gtrn us In
I illustration otthe rapid growth of a flour
, """J? '" V"T .f
";r1V"-'l""" "'. . ""u" """tTbis wo consider bad economy. unleMthe
ir;;- to which
V'c "By ofpwy were numbered.
'"waru uo river must work.
U- 1 ", II
i it 1 1 1 rs ,
Some reluctance being manifested by hla,,B iaao.ro, wiiihri oecomc r.cn,
niajesty, Sir MerrimtcC, at this change in f 5d bo "PP ,ctI w'lh animl ffc,,em,Vnl
his life.'a Utile gentle force wat applied to oWagnily to most crops requirintf the
,.,. i,:. ...Jii ii- fi,i:.i.i.. ,i.i, asststancO and support of either veirctnble or
I i-uitiiiiiaiiiia nu luuuainv anu
1 it seem,, thai because tho waters had gone
on looping nnd frolicking since creation'
dvn, ha might defy lb. will of man.-
Uut he oon learned his mistake Ifhen at
first a few stones were thrown into the
(Stream, he laughed nt these mam
l u" w "(lug HICU IIIQIM, Ul IJIUH 0
Kill tv linn nftMr n A iv flatata Ii aa m w
,n iol.d nll ri.,nff .hrnimh 1,. .nr., (,ef,
vm iiiiii hiiui u iuii Mais IUII lie SUIT
'no grew scriou, and when, finally,
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lva" ?ecame 8 " nin? hundred and sixty
, ' '.T.'CT.!. "!',!iU.r'y. '!'
falP ' 1 ;thHt most senflro labor ofthe farmor mow
But xvc are speaking of matters of fact, "S i many machines have been invenlcd,
and we must talk in matter of fact style. but uficr a short trial have been found woril.
Dropping then all figurative language, we; XTx "f"?' " ?Uum' Ft K1flcbum'
add Vfcw plain ttatemenit. S , f .thl n?:hu. at ,e."8lh PoJud Hi-
Where a few vears n2o a few persons ehin. that, in ih. opinion of thosa capable
lived, almost in solitude, now stands ,1C
' ' .1
lawn of Lnwrcncc. with eicht thousand in.
ht,:,-n. tvi..... . t.i.. r. i..
were then seen, now you behold a machine
TI '!r r."... XtJ'XW
"iui. iiiiu iuii aiuin;a mutt, ii tuu llsliliuuic
factory-buildings of the A.laoJic or Bay
State, or other companies, will ihelr e.ipl-l
tals ofhundreds ofthousands or millions of!
dollars, and giving employment t0 ,h0U8.:
Iior nre the building! erected lor toil and
nrofit the only ones which meet the eve of
proni mc oniy ones wnicn meet trie eye oi
the visiter. He sees a public hall, or town
house, built at a cost of thirty thousand dol
lars, beautiful churches liberally aided by
the various companies, and twulvo public
school houses, some of which oil thirteen
thoutand dolinrt npiece.
These, certainly, are astonishing result!
be effected in ihc brief space of two yean
and it it interesting to know how they could
be rtlvcled in so short a lime. Why, says
;. .-. -t... t. 1 1
done. Luge capitals, such as belong to
the fouitdersofth.l town, make such result.
one, it ta caiy enouuu io ace now it waa ail
virlding it were once poor men.
irom industry, free labor, intelligent labor,
teipecubio and respected labor Ii that
lies the secret; there is the majicsl power,
'ICitly, where' the frying- pan?"
' Johnny's got it, carting mud and clam
hells up the alley, with ibe cat for a horse."
"The dear little felliw, what a genius
he'll make but go and get it. We're go
ing to have company, and mutt fry some
fiib far dinner."
"Boy," said s. traveller to a little fellow
you no otu-
witti indignant rcorn .
ou'd '.u w"1
a body to have a tho'isand sbitts 1'
Mexieo annuallr inorta about fourter
milltoni of specie M England. The prr-
doct of ber mine tbts year will b much.
(cm than formerly, on scci not of ibe dlllT''
sully ofobuiniog qoiVkvilvir, which is ic-
t-ry hi the nvhfng of he preeux,! eret
rny. oiim mat wo niignt see auctl re i uu wuiihiiciiii w u.c auuer nucnuoii oi I t,, " Kt,n.u il. II. i nf n iMIe ,1a
ty and Stale. bo likely to feel bis ears tingle a 1 1 e, m l, .-. a m m. u .-...jj
tiSX&&ti&ZS. ! tKlwa h. .
.. 1 Jl L.'lW'iiii'i'.
8 alt tor CU1f
Hi-K fcf ef. ytar, Urn In Iho
hatt ofminz lock rait among trk. I can.
'omrxperttneo recommend it to those who
jw'n ,0 p hrir animal intgiod htnith.
Thcr hare been obrtfrwl br 'h njrncultu-
from experience recommend ttlo those who -
1' locietiri (n England and Scotland to
' I..: I .r.I t i. t ' i.
10 lhr,n' ,hfy "r eonitantly icen licking y "nking ed(nc of hi Slnuphfaerd.
PPr'',t,y enjoying it. Tho rxprnieinrM' oh J promptitude In the f tfcution of
t o rery triflitig that the owner are nmply '
mix it with their loot! ; but when In the
I field or vntd. one larirtt lumn in n bucket I
trill lie uni.-!l-nl Rhnnn ilinuM nrr lin
wishoul fevnral pircn in a Inng trough, 10
that aereral can get to it at the aimo time.
I haro ccn irrcral caic oftbc rot in sheep
where much benefit has been derired from
m ma. nnd aome think it n nrcrentire. I.
hare alio known n perion who had a large
dsiry who to lert tho utility or.ili, took it
I .a ' . I
1 - .... r. .rt,l. c- .....i.
M,u iiwii, ..m ui tutit iui ,cra""
ihoir milk vtiibly dccrcatcd; but upon lit
t .1 I . . ..
ucint? nenm riven inem.ine uiuai nuan t v
. . v . - ... . r . . -
roctt - ill in ihn rnmmnn aair aa ii iinra ri
. . . .. .. .' .
rocKinit to tno common talf. at it does not
melt with tne rnln. or mix in too lartrc nunn-
., ., . i . i .
melt trul, th rnln nr mlr In inn ln-rr num.
, titles with tho food, and is much cheaner in
ihe end. C, in Fifo Herald.
Hauling Manure in the Fall.
Many farmer cart out thrlr summer
made mstiuro in autumn, end leave it in
scattered and unnrotected hn., in the fields.
, .?? ?.'- w. .
reauny autoros the volatile u
tea which are ever striving, to escaoo into
itbe atmosphnrc, will itself become rich,
-itancO and support of either vcjrctnble
"itn.l manures. GypsUrrarres.s the ...
nionm which so copiously escapes from nr.
"nln ',u.i". Pe '"lolc
nnd retains them for the benefit and susten
ence ofthe crops to which it is applied. A
; Ketciiam's Patent Mowin'o Ma-
' . . ai.t !. . aa
. ciiiNC ai tno recent exiiioition oime Pi,
York Sute Fair a newmnchino for mow-
, t'ng attracted great altenlion, particularly
i .1... f l .., ' l t i.
hnt, for many years b
been nut to tnvere test,
Uo produce a mnchino that would llchtrn
Jg'"?. """vers evrv purpose on e.incr
V I.Alt A. HHnnlh ...t(..M Ik. M....
rouK." r"n00'" .rou
IUUf .IIIUVIII I UUIlU'WUltll IIIU 11101
much closer nnd layinir it more even than
muen closer n
' ean hrt flnnn Utr I ha nrfllnnrv mll,nrl On.
mnn . ' jr""r,'t.'u W"T
from 12 to 10 acre, per day wj,h ne'rfec.
nti r . , ,
J""' T ho capacity of the machine lo per.
frm.whal for "n hor.
,r,,td .in P'"en f num0ii of
,,,e. 1,10,1 tp?r'end ?rn,erlor,Ll!,,m,,on
and wo ore pleated to learn thnt the ingen-
1 1 . .-.,,.
; wr Povorcnce anu industry, iuuiia-
, , . , '
w aa t i
The Hon John G. Clark, a member
the old Harrison Congrers in 1 840. hated
dressed a letter to the Auburn Rough and
Keauy uiuo, irom which we make the fol.
i . . v , i i . i , . .
towing riirogw ne 'inaxe ine cum ov
, from the recently reiuscllated humbug of
. Van Burcni.m in finestyle. We wmmsd
i at his old tricks of deception, and cheatc
on, ana ciieate -
-. He is sill) the tatna
e Whins burrowed In 1340
(seven years he has nestled in his hole at Lin-
.1 ...... 1 1 .i.iii... t. u ... i. . . . ... i. . . ,.i
uriin.lt! ',-ri., vi ,-Jliai IIITBlia IIQ vOUMI
again brandtsii tut tirutu in lite iiolmeal
. ... . ... ivti,,.-.,
in brandish hit brutb
.J, r'f..? :.lV5'
r. :...S. i
ugiHiKiai-Tluisui, xuric M nu liu ilHlll
the animal. The same sly manooering,
snd cautloo. crecplog. raak hit Identltyj!-
Monsieur Iteynard, ike Monsieur TorTson, '
hat wme.g.lo.nd complacently aib. the,
Whig, to throw open their poultry y.rd.
md vicld their ftl caeoat to hi. iLl ,n.
u-i it there not on. bright shot in the
j,rW D,clureof fci. oliileal lifcl 'nnuia.
rt h Utniiufoee nlnnL.ia it..
Ire soil neopbvtes who in '44 mad. ihe
i welkin ring with buzrts for 'iMk, Dallas
land Texas.' 'He wat onpnieJ to the an
' nevailnn of ata-hnt,lin- 'IV.,. H,, r
deny this. There no evidence eftbe UtL
Hit untuppontd declaration, srllb roe,
taiade in eetaium lo anything patjtieal, is
nonhtrs as a dicer' oatb.' Ilis conduet
ntbteiaieot to lb. dale of bit letter arewmg
Jjiaaw li a iiimium jjtj mnijijiM n ii y
hit onnoililan to annrxation. nratca that In
wrliln thai letter he acted ihn hypoctli
nd dreclrcr, Dut the thmg iliJ not take
cunning for oncn ihot nUa of Ihn
e wai well vre tbnt no Ineon'
number ofhia political fr'mdmt
the North Mere houlleto lhninlftitou pre
jret. Their tupnort trai all impottanl In
thr tiomiiiatinc IVaidenlUil twnrrnllon.
Ilarinr clrm to hi Hauthern ftimdlto
,relr behnia, he fondly fancied that they
iincerity, aim iiiia hint to (lie tiotiii'-an
" anti annextlion man, undtir the orr
atinn of tho IllWUi POf tin titctle of a Irftfit
' Conrention, niilml by tho unit-rrptibii
CB" t'vo.third rule, could obtain tho nptm-
' riatirtn. Mr, Van llurrn'a un
eclipsed by n mII otb Irom J onncwre.
Ifbo wai n uncrro opponrnl of annejfl
lion, whydid he not, like o frank, honcii,
and hcnurable man a man who ehr rUb
principto for tho tnke of principle, oppoto
the anttrzntlon cftndidaiel Ho did notuch
thing. 8o far from it, tie uted hit influrncn
. oi mil ante to I'd it anu
I ..I, It. . . ,.
,01 int cute to i'oik
irccuom ena mecou
Ii I .i .
' frcrdnm and ihn rniinlrir h
country ho lucer-cded. I Jo
well keew that annexation would eerlalrtly
follow Polk' election. Having by lilt in
fliirnce and vote, a id rd molt materially in
Iho eoniumation of this wlckednesr, and In
the enlargement, to n fearful extent, of lln
bounds of al ivory, how can he aummon to
his aid Impudence u file lent lo look Iho A
mtrican proplo in the face "fid chnllengo
their support on the groumlof free sail prln
Cnti nny Free Sail Whig (and I believd
10.000 voters who defeated the anti-annex
ntion candidate in '44, by throwing away
their ballots on Birney, again indirectly,
though effi dually, porbaps, aid In the elec
tion of Cast, the open and avowed anil pro
vitoisi, by calling their suflpiget for Van
Buren ? Certainly not, unlcit they wish in
sen New Mexico, California nnd other coun
tries, which the bcllicoio Oen, Can, (who
had a ttomach capicious enough to contain
tho whole of Mexico,) if elected President,'
fa calamity which, I uotill not, n kind Prov
idrneo in mercy to tho cauio of Freedom
and Iho Country will not inflict upon ui()
may bo pleased lo conquer nud annex, lak
IngTexJS ne a ftlodol.
A gain let mc ask on what grounds do tlin
Bufliilo plotters claim support from tho
Whigs mid frro soil men for Yan Burr n 1
(las ho furnished to litem nr tho Country
nny evidence that lie hns ruiounctd Ihc po
litical devil that pofsenid Inm from 18S7 la
1844, and nil hit wotks, Show inelheslool
of repentance which enn witness trors shed
over hi runny polllicnllranigrcrsinni trars
shed for thr. miseries which, wlitn Prrtidcnl,
ho inflicti d on the buslnru, indurtry add
h.ppincrs of tho people.
Bring me a certificate from the lens ol
thousands of honnl, industrious nnd intclli
gt b.i.inei, men of the country, ov.ru l.,l
hit mad nnd luinout (Xpcrimrntf
upon the currency, wnn poverty, involving
in a common ruin confiding friend., dircott
solste wires and falhtrles children that tin
has nut on inckcloth and tat don n In nihrr,
in ntonemttit for thiir many and grievous
Sh w me .laifm-ni m.j0 i,v ,n ,0u 0f
i - ...
honest, enpsoleend.devolru public trrvsnlr,
" j whom ho botunceretnonioinly ijretrd ffcni
office because (hey would not chant prai
cstothe Loco Foeo idol of thr day ond
I proitrate thrir o (Tiers ond their official influ
ence o th t)cciionecring purposis tbet bo
vl I,., reaai-fl In l.j, nWL'A trinilirtive mill nm.
..... V. W WW .
Bring me Uncle AWs nflldavit, that ho
millions of dollars iinlen from In
i ror. g
i l. ti' n... i... ir. r-.. "
nZZ cU l
Zl.f'Z.1 w eS, f5 n I, J
, f,pfd , ..itial tear. JtHug mn
ail thtie, brfore ynlt ak me at a lVhe to
for Martin Tan Jiurem.
lie Whig who are prepared to dligraco
lliemwlrea by c-ivlnf ''aid and eotnfnrt " In
,i , . r, , .. t i
ily,,. ..i.i mnd Ittinlaealilai l-riemv am I MAnu
Tcir and far Uen." Oeeaiioit.llr 1
, bear of an altra Fi.noo Pure Whli who ii
, , , ,,
-f W higgtsb that Ms nervou
'T 5l v 1 Avtoe
lv,1 tP . Vaj( 1 " at
ft" tunlku sugar
tnipillt lfnhimnottktdel caryof
A" '- pe he '. "r-
power iligettlonthat tho aid of tartar emct
Y, i ,nay not Xm. r:Tif-1 ,a rc,M" Wm of
Mt nauseous load.
A Ma.v ovta Kiaoabi Fa its!
Buffalo jojier of last week eoiitsiu a
tbrilllog aeeoutit of the paaa.ee f n" "
a aailUral down Xiasrara river. the awamp
log of the boat, and tb preelpljatlon of lhi
adventurer over the Falls, wbieh was the
eodofbiuiiu tliia life. He trs. a shoe
maief. wsmed lUelard latolom, aod be
lg'! I BulTsU
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