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THURSDAY EVKUXG, OCTOBER 25, I5J2.
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ftUTLjyi), VT.
O. H, ISA MAN,
Kilter kPuUiibtr.
rtuMa rn year.
till KVftTrr
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ILDREDGK & JOn.VSOK,
LAND WARRANTS,
racHcroKCAu jxd pat
ff ISO Attn Wtjr.nU. $131
S'Jt
411(1 ITterlAA Citthollrnn.
INT k MIOE STORE,
TRKRt. KCTI.ANP, TRRMOKT.
WA.tr furairrlr ofcm lc l lir 0. L H. b.
iSiwy i rt4Mri Brlh 'tbf Cmirt iloti,hr
r Sf tmuM til kinil nf
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lalluJ l.h 11 1M"
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PATENT MR DIC INKS
II. I.. SI'E.M'KIt
M md Jch rfJimrrincritii tlit li
'ill
aMir K m?p',J h ' .Vaniiftufr
ith til III populcl
PATSNT MBDICIRBS
of Oft l)r oirttty o irlri art trnrunltJ to
fi$ttutititiiiiiUi tUt pjir.lmr or tlirnmn-
Hlb refunded. IT U nrr nd rati
I llr "Old t'ttrnt Strdii'in Kmporiuin"
tttttl OfpotiU th rrinliHn llotrl.
HO. A. ..W.CI..KiC T.-oul.l rriprcl.
, fall inform Itir inhahittntt f Hut
Itn4 iid ncioitjr that Uirjr litt r cpoprri a
tS'pin Prhin lll"W, Mrrclitnt Mow,
Sr ihty h(.- ft ! (end lannriinrnt
a?V:?' n irZ3J.Z " A IT
jEfc'suZ; fcrSaZr
v A, f, . , I
trtATCIt'C. CI.OCKN. A, JKWF.MiV.
Jftatly Repairtdiiuil tiirr.mUJ.
V'l
lolrooisooKt;
A lllc lUpply of Hie lldoV tr-ronun"n'li
ff mi in Kullind Co. now on hand i.J
far mU to Mrrlisiil '"' titltf r. at In
Vifta, II I.. HfKNCF.P
Ayr' Cherry Pectoral !
K. L. SPBNCfiS
I.U. 0!l.T ATlfORI'lttf AfJF.NY fr
il (taatu rttcU. L'allawl iht
II L frrr.rHkn.
( Tht jftiifine nrtith.)
ftaaith B9pttclon,(Hirr'tl & Snn'ilil l-y
Tl.ADVF.irmF. aollnnff tl.nl I not .rj.
lcltlsianLi1riameni,
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i iNtC Aiirioi.r:
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.;ygRatUr,4, Feh. 1C. 1852.
a.fala
VHP. IMllAl.W
rfSut st'K.v7.Tt ,
SPUING GOO6
firfl II. Iri3.
c. vnr & son ,
Alt aiw rrV'e; iVMt A lock of
DRY GOODS,
BOOKBTVft
n.tnm'Rr. rcTi.tnr.
Drupt, tfJjcin nnd Dtt,
'ockihr; Olrttaea.
4rmr dfuipiJfln
hr Kit ana Fipilinr;.. rtf iiiMtinrr
fall Med In
. MIHer'a Axes.
Tita At'm io'.l ' .Vfff " rt
nJ uptrlnr S-Ih. Thar i now fr
4 fra!a nal r'?it'd . .
tU l. r-t., It C BUT 'ON.
'nariiRM.K pownKiii
RECKIVEO tud f-T ! tr
II, I SfBJICER.
latektr a Laetnm
fanatoby II. I? HPF.NCK.n.
MBirilf kCOMMOW POWDER
IHrrMti c r.t
ax.trtatt-
lOOt Calrs fer gale.
LANOOJI aadOJCAVF.r
HATS. 15.
AtAHQE kMrtaat af ftaUr KnaTa
Hava af tit atattila far rv. ,
;t coons
MKADT-UADE COFriXS.
A LAXDOM At AAVt'
flaw Booka.
Ittaaaara a Li af Ut Jeffre v.
Ft toft y Wo la. Waatatl tditto,
Arar IfaMary af TiffUia,
Kralacky,
" (aara,
WaaavltaW lAmry, It VoU.,
MtcttVir Lit f fa. Nett.
ftaatt'e Jcmaila aVtW IS V'4a.,
rattVy'a
fW ,M ttmptmeUkr Uaita ,
'aaaaaaat'aS?rtaa(UMla4tU
WMtTk rtaatitt St Md-W
f M.I. 8rCr1CF.R
'fryaai ib Litmrr Mtine.
tSE QIATSIIf MATtKOWSO.
tt M.OXO.
A . , 1 . m . .
mDnc,nmmi..fmtn Aiwupmjr
I JJuataitlritf It- a w,n fii.l oill.
whom 1 Corned mi intlimt- rrj'ilni
fence doting my rtiiticocn in that city in
the jtr 1K4 .
At w Hvrd tirar r,-cli olir, "r-fe
ofitn loellifr. nnil wlian in ih l.iitrr
cf ebrury w 'iwiilrsl in
tiinirg tin ttjf !nln2.ve HowiJ no
lima to Uu un!cipro vd. GUrffimr
nd )oful, ilm Jour nntoMKl llim
It, Hiiffo hh- ir-lil. From hi
. fc -
rariiMT youth li rhrUli.l ilrp Joro
far nalniina nl l.ti Ami ). rnr.iI.r,
CMtttpttlt.
Atlhe Bpr 0rfirt-Pn.I1- nrpmwl liU
IMrW. and in llin f.dloing ymr hit
fthir- wrultliy motrchnni - to.ik him
ItltA TkI tl.al In tit, nitt.l. I.Ij
...... ..... , iiv.i.i
I hddiri2 cetiiii miahl fullr dereinn
Atir piln3 n happy month lo
Rtfhrr, hi fth(r li-nving him with a
wnrtliv iririij, rt tirtif-.l in Grrmnnv.
'Men hum I a Innj, mc'iM liMnInj: ,
10 1111 jr.rripunn 01 in- nnuquinra 01
th" liind of Ihr Ckiu, .SycrHi'S.Ci'-r(. J
n lir. cnilKOil tln-m to pmt liko m iiq
pidurrt. hrfurc mo : litninc until vcfH
j f ird fmiure. r.qnirinz hr due, fjldcd
me in hip Ki-nuir urni oi mrcp. wna i
hi nd ventures wliicli I took ilouu in
hi uwn won!. I will In re relnto.
' Dnrtnc ilia i-com! year of my resi
dence in Veiiic,' lm hfjan. ' I often r.
Hndtd divine nervieo in llin Ciitholic
Cliurrh, ni 1 then fnvured that dncirimi
moit. 8t. Michutd' wa" dir. clmp'd I
uunll vifrited. It rontniur Pmil Vcr-
I onew'i manter.piere. Tha UVdding of
Cina, fihiiilinji hy Hnilia-I nntl other
-'fr;,t mmlors, und is ,itiitcd in u gar
den iixiKing upon tliecH'inl l M. .Ilurk,
which k'-piuntci tin.' uiatid of Mtirano
from Venire.
One lovely availing in .tuly, after llic
ertit-fi wss imcludtil, I foaled inM'II'
on n bench rai.ted npnitut a venerahlt
locust which prcw neiir the clmpcl, and
wn i(on )oi in n profound mvery. My
thnnithtt wanilcitd far olV into loved
Germany, and wiih dear frirnU from
whem I heard nothing in liireu months,
when I wn nroned hy n heait-reiiding
ilirii'L. Lookinsup. I nw a ouncmm
J'0sr dres showed him
to lie a noble-
!. r.ired,e.d M,"B ".".tl'.e
MVO oincr HIlQ Bpp-nrrn IO 0! OTHVOi,
weio running toward the canal. Thcv
readied p gnndohi, and lowed swifily to
t.. !.. .1 11 If.
aiiinini). i ran 10 isi-i ine. uieuuin
I outh. And as well a 4 my ktnuvltdjc of j
Hie Inni'imge wuiild pi-imit, inquired of
hi compnnion, n young blender maiden,
whom I lind noticed hefurc, tho cnue
of tin ad caiamily. Solis mid tears an
swered my question. In the mean lime
a croivd had gathered around, sonic of
horn brought n litter, nn! laying upon
it the ulrrndy lifeless foitn, bore it 10 a
neii;hborili!' Ii0iie.
The lady made no attempt to fullow,
hut stood ns if routed (0 the ground, ga
ting after them ns ih"v disappeared be
hind ihc clistpcl, and ih'.n upon t tin pool
of hlood rihich ronminud. Already had
the clock in llie domo of the Jeiii'i.
s tuck ten i nlrcmiy hnd the jiay llirnna
di?tipii.ni til. leavinailiu heiirhen in Hui
CnMcllo empty. Yet thein flood ihc
Sitrr.ora Innkii.j; rthrr.atcly up the path
"liich lilt- hesiiiT. iiad taki-n and dmvn
into the pool hy hrr niuV. . Ion, nlood
half jpelhhoniid, until the fad. deep tone.
(f tllu hell of th Frar.si'eian calli ij; to
Hora, wnfied hy the low wet wind, fil
ling upon my ar fniily nrnmed tne.
Kipnora.' paid I, it is nar eleven
the beli ef tlic KranciiCftn'M call to
prayrrr.'
' SisnnM.' aid I r.pnin. 4 midnight i
not far diMani ; v are hfi heie alone:
allow ma to accompany you 10 a more
frequented part of the city.'
' Deeply fotdiinp. flic rawed lnriy
her hod, over which app nrcd in rich
profuiion ihe dark rinpletnof her nii'ie
clime,,loolc a planre up the path, nod al
the tad token by her :dc, and then Mep
ped forward.
Unacquainted iMi Ihe ffi n vicll
a tha nam and habitation of the Sis
ncra : 1 subml'tcd mvfelfto her said-
anra. After IihI, an hour' walk, wo
rim In nh illuminnted open iqnnre.
which I rernnnfted a that of Rt. Mark.
Here my companionqiiiekend herp'iee.
ran up a ffiglit cf maihie Hep, mid en.
tertd th l.nuci",
I na orr.e momrnts Jn BIonih
rhent. and then c.irefully noticing the
manimn, reinrnrd to my IwiginirH. I
learned from a frind who accompanied
m to th i"qoa"r ih next morpinjr tht
lb manalon waa lb
resilience rl llin
Maronli Kinllnl. In th miners a few!
dayt tfter I read an account of the mur
der. In R11I Cattcllo of ibe Marqtiia Ri
volta, and betrothed of lha daughter of
tbi Marqqi Spontini.
Three month from tbi ad, but now
nearly forntin event, upon a fir. an
tnmn4y.I took a pleasure, irip with a
frind on the Brent. The a!l wai de
llebtful Tlie pirturequt Undcpe,
Ihe frequent windiugi. of ilm river, it
bankt bordered with charming garden
and country teat, and behind ut htugh
ty Venice, with It hope church and
ptUcea, vltoce gildcil dome were mir
rored In Ihe renoth water j of lb Kren
ta. th tviene autumn beasenill affotd
e! glorwu. encbantinj apect, and
left a caUa, terene impretiion upon the
aaSnd.
Oar cndolter Kruck up a ttanz
fro an Tuo- W JetUteJ from our con
venation, ad ofomptnlcd bim. when
from Vw,Lv,.!)lltMU.,.JKiw.-l f.r
I'T. A 1lv.miir iat.wil!i:i Ii1n.im.'
Ins arJn, wni-re.l frusn the IJrnlc.i
.Hwrtll mv fcl t(ltJtll n(( , ( , ,
.1 , ... .
, mini-fi m cwucr.
It belonieJ la
wo Miwqun .1 (Mint i f
Tli- c.im in Hni Ct!f Ho nroi ti.
i!'v li Cure me, ivvl l-ikinj mlviinltitr nf
tin- Tinii(i to vinii tli itnion.wliMi
i griimi'il in fr:m2ur. n ni'in ili
moon llirp f.irlli tp tint (,itb liglil I
turncil tny li tliitlnr.
Muliidiinn ut i his ninurnfnl lrngt-:
i!y, t wiilhvcil ti.rnnsli lint iilit lined i
.i i ... . .
otttr aniVmt lnt h! down upon l.Si,k,
i 1 . .
I tiin in mIi' niry nlir.rtM lo poldfri
(lt.,,vd up rind doivn. I icin.iiti d
! irie fc, nv,.v ir0j,,(.ri
f,Pfor me n,i ,(,,, , ,', If) ,0,.
I i! f t .
1 linir-ni Wlllfll I IIHIC.i ivi-il III 1115 IIHKI'l-
liyht. A ! dfiv nrnr my f;ir ruiu'lil
llin snfi nntl pl.iiiltivn in!c of nnj.
Groping imi.fllKlv fonrnrd, I con
rc.ih'd iiiv. If hchind in Acumi from
.vhi,-!, n-ir.Mt. to my inter ntmiilmvnt
1 I,..h.-il the lady nr my .Vlvvnuirc.
At llri I nTrilu-d ihi 'lovplv i.ion U
,ny im:iin:ili.)n. Indung inydf in r
to
a
dicam; bill thn-t thrilliu" tone", eitcdi
one of which wn n. burden of Mid wo,
inou Hi4ined mo of ih retlity. The
fidluwiiie fitanr:m, which I h 1 an oppor
tunity Intake dewn, formed part of the.
Mini; !
" Tli eirgrona tplrndor r.c,x pird
ay ;
Tl.c Ai isrnJpil, nifflil i milling l :
No ilnii livlnl.Inijf, I'rivn thr imviri in t
llliif!ir the ilil'iiUorllig ptll!r all tlinu 1'n
nntuic mourn.
frnnln-d in tlif hud. tli iitnl nf mr nt
rortcu Hum tin. gliiimu. Iiylil win rorcnJ in
Anil now Iliv li-ttierrd wirWrr nl the pif..c
I'nur futtli their plaiativu xtraini of rirl'anri
r. 0
Fnllmr jnrp, mv nnly hop' u f.eA '
C'rrnt'ir, call nte fr'jm lht limy throng,
), let llie lowly ipiI br,iir lln draft
.ill rarlhlv juy flora me r ps.t and jfanc."
A the lut tone died awaj. she laid
th instrument upon ihe mnnument, and
h1o' ly retired. When she had pncd
into the. huiife 1 drew near llin uionu
men', hud r; I in pilden liittcr' the
name of Marqui Uirolla. It was h'u
resting place.
lmprceiid with tins orrowful cene.I
retraced my Jtepi, and found 011 the out
itido of the gat ilen 11 mm, whne lixe.ry
denoted him to be a servant of the Mar-
qui. 1 nrcnstr-M linn, nml toiiclnn!; up
pon tho late murileroiii deed, the, tear.-,
utarted in tin; old man's eyes, as ho di
lated on the noble character and gener
om d,d4 of the murdered Uivnltn. I
asked him if they suspcted whoje mo
ney had hired the ruffians. He mid
tlmt Sinora hnd been .'Ought by Rivol
la und the son of an influential tioIjIm
man. Spontini left hij daughter free,
ami -lm chos-e Uivolta
T.r.t.in.n nraF.il nl tiia rii'-it'. fr
nmph. y'n.lde.i to the. dark prompting
of his revengeful nature, which resulted
in the anamination of the young .Mar-qui-i,
and then resumed his ad-Ire.'ie,
but was again refufd. l'irn weeks fub
(qnent to the event in Uni Cat'dlo, he
w found .1 eoi-p.p. In fit. MnikV, hav
inf fallen by lb bind of n bravo hired
by a roiin of Rivolta,
Tli clock trnck ten, and tha old
man. bidding me Pq... night, went bi.l"M,"s "l ", ' ,l!,MT "'SH-.""", n
wav. nd I relumed 1 1 the hold. The j V to l1" ' hc tru'ger. wiiat should
neilt morning wo .tared for Vnie. I ',0 K ,iut another I'.ng pnn directly
wl'- I found n letter from my father,
C'.nlMining n wla'i ttn T Mould W
Rom, for which city I lufc Venire in a
few diiy.
S'x month pad befnr T returned.
In the ffrM part of .'.fay I one more
viitd Matkonso, nnd t twilight unod
117.1111 in ihe garden. All win a befor.
There atond llie Ftntutea. lb fountain
till p'.iy-d, and, the pi.lden balls still
leaned no nnd do n.
I fonslit ih crave of the Marnnit
Ii.,a ..... j n l.n.irru Cnmu nn nt.tir.1
with bim th .ileneeof (fia tomb. It
-nt .Tnnbrne. ib Sinnr.i. Hrnvn
had answered her pravr.
I i.-,t down nrrnwiiilly at too foot of
Ilm maifA t rittil'ittf1 vT Ilia IfAfrifi trtnnn
of.hatind even'oV In im,.in.io..
tnneared before me lb fo,m of the
trVpnlnir maiden mnrm.irinr. her word,!:
' .
"Father arT. mt enf hope u firt !
(!reiter, ra'l m frnrn tlc' biiv threnj,
O, M me lowly rel be aide the Arti
All earthly jny from metre rmt tnd r"'""-"
i:.l.T..M .,,,,l,,i t .1,. .W.!drer-d!"
tower of tho chateau, nnd rri.ing, I
hatened to my hotel. 1 lingered two
day In that loved spot, which had now
become n endeared to nc, and Ihrn re-
tamed to Venice.'
Bc?.ui.An7 and TnF.rr. On San
lay afternoon lat. the house of P. W.
Dcane, Esq.. of Grafton, was enter
ed while the family wero at church,
aad robbed of 80 it: money, and a
bout S30 worth of silver f-oon!, lie.
The eilver was found al tome dis
tance from the house, secreted in a
trait. Mr Deana had in bis house
one thoutand dollars taken from ihc
bank the day previous, which, with a
fcrtiinste cau'ion, Mn Deans carried
with her to church. Mid tfeut saved it.
Probably the robVr knew of the
thomnnd d dl.irs taken from the batik.
first. Stateiaian.
, JSr Kouul'i'f (uteris keeping a
Urge leitrdinc lMit on FrUttr,cnth
" w
d.. J .
J! "P. ,: .'." :. ,i
.no!. heoS-erro.1 tbU he n. eJ.
tlint renn and t'ist, ttio cmtom
n iKn. J.i. f .M. I....I I
... .- iiuwi, m iuiik nun cen
tii.'i nmr Mi .iii .
fr.n l.ii own, he aW, it, n (1,,,, jif,.
i- voice ; -t!nt a h ,ar .Iih r'
vnr.. tv M,,.ul,rl cr4, urn (
mi! .Tiih.i. hrinsr m .1 bo,! oft
milt. , .im., U
a 1 .1... ...... 1 :.i :. .1...
! ,B
i
i fit i i ,
nv.oraty aboMe f Jitba, handed
hin at tho same timchU can and .
5cr
iiKo thai su-nv fhMii-t if
What do von Hat Mr. It ind-d.d,.'
vked the xv..iter rcrctfutl 4D
von "ant coU io or ten 7
"If that ti'nlT is fed," s.iid U,
we me oijpe if its cjfite, bring
tne.vf ; I want a change
Mo3'. renlcr li nvc lieard, por!ia s,
of hw reply to a well known and lupi.
ly ri'Hpectablc trntlemsr. of tho So itli,
wli'i intro.liieoJ h'nmelf ti him, wliilc
stindiri eoiiwrain utn some iriends
with,
'I io.iU ho pleaded Jo mike tho
acquaintance of si di'tiniiUhed a
pu'ilii: servant in Mr liindnlpli. I
am IVo.n l!ic city of Dulnmore. My
namo ii UlniU.' .,
B'.ii'it, oh! replied M-. R in'nlph
'I 1k'iM think go, cit : and lio deign
ed him no f'irthir t.otiee
Kijn iliv fiin'i'iurv to tr.anv. it may
I -lilt 1 ' "
win lie loiinn iii4 rr ly to a "on-
. 1tJ in WJ,
rather forced hnnirlf
up-ii Mr lltnd dph'4 nnti;c, v.-hilo en
gaicil in convera.ition with others in
a hotel in Virginia.
I have had tho ple-tsuie, Mr Ran.
do'p1!. recently of pacing vonr heu-e.'
'I ain ghiJ of it. Raid Mr Randolph'
I hope yon ahenyt do it. fir!
On one occasion, at Washington,
n brother member of Congress wn
enlightening Jr Randolph as to the
manner of '.-hoppuig' at tho capital.
'The merchants' said he 'have tv.o
prices an 'afkiny prico' and a 'ta
king price.' I used to send :nv wife
around to mako all the purchases for
the family, bv uhie.h we made a sav
ing of from fifteen to twenty per cent.
'I had rather wife,' paid Ran
dolph, bittetlv. 'should make her liv
ing in ni:y other way, but one, than
that !'
Reins; a confirmed old haehellor the
remark uas not less cociisal than se
vere. A sporting friend w.-nonco relating
an adventure which occurred on the
part of another hunter he hid fallen
j tn with, on the banks of tho Potom;
' The man,' he. said, 'had followed
no:
a
lirgo flock of canvTita-bacV, until thcv
entered a cove, and cecretcd hii:ielf
b'lfind a loj", In nw5t an opportuni
ty to get a largo number in range.
After wiiting in tho cold for fome
t'me nn 1 finding n fair It n-e to place
hi gun over tho log to lake ret. and
onr-aMte. nitninc at tho fame object !
Tie bid barely time fo dropdown be
hind the log. before nvcav blazed the
otlrr sporUman, the whole charge
ceminj into the log behind which he
va '
'LirinnV paid Mr Randolph, and-
der.l
v finishing tho aentence. to the , from th thnuglilb'mrif.n n selfidmc
t amr.zcmf nt of the enmnanv. j of other. I wa ctenily annoyed, mid
careely anything more character sometime ned barh and reproa'hful
. . . n ... . . . .1 . 1 .t... .r . 1
, P?'
Pcareel
: s,ic of Mr Rnndnlidi is recorded
. bim K ftn? of ld Ilio'TII f .llCr . tlllll
the following incident. ulnVh ocenred
'nn mirnlni. V.n -m i Lm.o fe
he was (o leave for
l,i J-.ttt in it m.n
u .."3 cm,n
rr.eris y.ai.tng to con -
EnMand. cn hi. l.tt
tr. Pe 5tcan-
1 a - a I
. "V enSe wncn mena ra9,lbe gentleman. Mhnt I wat pacing
I "P.? ....
I -Mr. Iianflolf !.. he StVS. 'In tne
1 name of llcaven. wtiat is tr
tne matter
, ts- 1,,.. ,V,.i ti t, ,.,,rl
t carlv ten
1 o'c'ock, nnd thM the Steamboat waits!
1 for noVdv ? Whv, VOU are not even
'I car 't he'r 1 sir' ret 'ird le
ti 11 c .1
I in 0.1 conrusicn tht mon:tn: every
thing goes wrong : even my uemory
hai gme wool gathering. I am jntt
well address to my cen
stttnenta. and I vc torgntten the et.
act word of a quotation from tho Ri
b'e whirh I want to ue. end ns I til-
saw ft'ioto corerth". I cannot cloei'-i, I gave a little push,nnd in the rar -
mv loiter until I find the parage ; bnt
f tran-e t? tav. I forgot both the chap-
'terand the veiEe. I never waa at
1 fsuU before, rir. WLat thai' I do ?
, -im vou remern .r any ynri u.c
.t . 1 . e .1
rtuo!at'OT askeu t tttenu. penaf
'I can nsit vou with the ret '
'It begin,' siid be 'with Iiott hive
T loved thro, oli bnt for the life
of toe, 'I can't rrro'Wl the neat
wrds. OH mr head mv head !
Ther do you take the Rible, and run
over tb.t page. mIuIc I am svritJn?,
uir i-iiLiiirit-i in u..t ...iiiia
MydcarMr.' na tho reply, you
have noiime to do ibt now, let u.
enough time to find lh pause vc-U
.W.lnt liffnro Wfl retell Jlfl MP.kfltJ
Afier rlenl of hMt9tu.n an4 Jno
,vc'' ,nrt,1ltor m"ch "l'UH.,
ri'.
A rshor erne! lest of h aff,cti!n
ervmt .iftin was mod on the
e t . i ii
c amn wfro I n. J.ihn lia-J in
v,mc."av
r'"-. 'T ?
.'. ,r.
n he xns rpnrln
Ihndalj h nul In him
. . m
, .T VT 1 1 ,K , oncr' ,nn'
I n mu sivaniimni ;
i'""1- "nvrmr return, hka iuhmso
in
. L lil.fl. .3. I - .tl . f
tui i fiiin loii ni, ca on ,ii r.- . in
' , ' , ..
! 'i"1.
I 1 It' " mill IJ'IIItMI tIM I.LCI
i . . . i . . ti t i t
: ' ; r
. . ln,n? m' af,-,,,,f, ,a!e "irm
t.. i i
V- V KM"0K0; aml 1 cf,crl vouf'
Self to my Over(er.'
After a pause, he added, in a Mr- Uamable nml inile admonilion, and
e.iatl Idle : ni oilier fl ilsaelion of ft lTftntagf to
'N'ow. J'ilin.vou have heard me '"' cimed. and lhilo Iniereu toi-cure
nommnr. U : but von net 1 not nbjy ; ''I" 1,0 recrlrcd wMi UMinn crall
them. nn!. von choif to h ,o. j And thin every instance of kind-
You can. if v'o,t prefer it. uhen Vnn ,,,-M t,,"", l'''"r nekrmwled(jd or
arrive in RV.l .delphia cilot, tl.c Man
umi"toti Society, nnii they will make
vo i free ; a-nl I -dial! never Lok af
ter vou. Do von hf'ir Mr ?'
' This tt'ju'l atncrion nf dolm's love
wan to much fur the faithful fellow ;
bit clin-k swelled, hi lip quivered.
bi4 eves filled and ho n'plie.l in
ir-'at agitation.
. 'M.ia John, th'n is to baid! I
don't deserve, it. Yon know I love
vou belter than anybody ; and yon
tnt'W too will find m. in Roanoke
when vou r.omo lit ok !'
'I felt mv blend ridng.' said Mr.
Rtndolph' friend, and could not n-
void t.ving : .
MVell Mr Rtndolr.1i. I rnn'd r.ot
have believed ihi liad I nt (n it
T thought vou had more cr.:npainn
for vonr hve. Sniclv, von are on-
i'it in tht ca-r-; vou have r-nntdied
bim aeverelv enough by leaving him
behind von, withou' linrt'ing hi4 feel
ing'. Vou have "nadc the j.oor fel
low ere, Mr Rtndolnh.
'Whit.' said ho with true emotion.
dn- ho shed lean ?'
'IIo doe.,' I replied, 'and you may
ee them voiuaelf '
'Then.' aid Mr, Randolph I'd
shill ai with nit ! .Tohn. take down
vonr baggage; and let us forgot what
hn pitted.'
'I wa irritated, air,' he ad led tur
tiing to tao ; 'I thank vou for tho re
hnke.'
Ti'u ended tb'n .ingu!af scene be
tween Randnlpn nnd his servant
John instantly brighten-'d tin onn
forgot lii4 misters angor and in a
few moment was on his way to the
boat pei fectly htppv.
One Secret of a nappy Lifo.
Ifn were in company the oiln-r day
with n genllemin apparently fifiv or
sixty year of a;e, who ued in sub.
rtanc th r.)lniving langnnge :
'Were I lo live my lifri over nzain,
I should tiiako it a point lo do a kind
ni to a ftdlow being whenevir I had
the opportunity. I regret very mueb
that my habit ha been co diflVrntit.
and that I have induced feeling i-o tin
lil.n thr--e which would lead to such a
course of life.
It h'u been loo much mv way to let
olbr Ink car" nf lhm-elc whih- 1
took aro of mylf. If otmi Utile tre
pa wa1 cnmmitied on my right, or if
I fiitTered .ome Might inconvenience
of.lringn.ige toward the ofTmidcr.
in I am now satisfied that my own iiap -
! I"nn " c,r np'f "y t'o -
'niire, and that my conduct and ex
. ' llimi nirnco nno Hrinjn nviurc n
I n"'t'h! enntribiited to the itriialion and., lone with , nnd you ought lo be careful
unhappineof other. 1 how you f.t such burial.' agnin If
, n, wal imt the oilier .Uy.' coullnufd) vot) ,,cc Set em started there' no
"Imp the street, an.! a coachman was
, ntlempimg to draw n liglit carnage into
!;tbe rnirh rim.e. ll tried once or
n ' twice without ruccev
! twice without rui
, and jut a J
age oreupied the
"" ". canm
ij r.i i tl
wlmlc nl llie M lewnlk. anil prev.ntwt
'inv pa-ing. i lie. imio v i.,Keu a-11 11
1 . ..l. .,.1.
""J-"' "ol 1 ncny ro. nno uieir
wa -omeilnrig like n taint apology in
hi fnJK J( Knf m lot,?1R. (i) K
( .rn vonr carriage, man, and not
e, jt n,u i.rft i,irtf kitis up the p-
- age!' Rut better influence prevail -
. y W(,P tmhe rear of the cirnna -
tandtaid. Now try again, my good frl
' Ify '-' while, tiih the end of my nmbrel-
riac wrni, nri'J out came, tne, piem.nn
Thank ye, ir; much obliged. I would
not bave tnken a twenty dollir
not
for tin. atreak 01 ijnliii'.- t'nii
"
tbi one lilt! net of kindne threw over
. rM f f My mth, f
;,,e lighting up of the coaebmaa' coun
tenanr.
And when I look back Upon "r jn
lercur with my fellow. men all lb
way along I can confl lenlly ay lhai I
eever did e l.indae 10 any human be
ing ariib'oat lirg bp;der fr it. S
lbt if I were corerned br mere elf.
ib mo'iie. and "anted o l?T the bap.
1 . iir 11 . f
J (Jo
' t ni , , '
5n,tMy "lclen, w'tileH t? can
nt ir to oar tort cf it. Anil i)m
ih -prUntof tin y(,iin- it kt
rtMftt -.indnn or inJrtilk the Hurt,
men? f inere lcrjr r IrI tmmft
nil of lLM trhn mh mv. f ilLrt a LU
ut once la rnr roth-r. or Miir. r
rtlnymxfn, nfl t wp trfterwltrl eWfer
for II 1 1 !muW ! knt bwk.tf
nun nrn an hhhiim tnar li ie -rr
like!v that a kind m( kaa Wh rit
til i.-j ....i -i
f (l j prfnrraej with proper tVl!nf,
is. F v v r ".ri"
"i w
pnwm.wv-im. ,m
I " conn!, wrnf ffltndl. than.
. f A C. !. MWI flHlW.ril.Hll f Jual.lL.
' ' v n 'mii m m im.
tin,. inii..-ii V.riW uMMi.
.mile n!ll .Ih. OIW IWK
I 1 f 1. W
ni'iA m ri ranviiT, or na iirinowipwi
1 1 ii via ii tJimznuiiTi, nonirtiiin
8omilm a Mt
'h- J,,.,, m a tordeJ .hnold
older of a
whet!, hB in pBCP,
f4fuaiA.
im., .,.,lP,1 , ... ftf ,1 ....l .
- w i.r.n8 01 nip
pinct. fl iln. duel' own breast, ihe flow
f v lii.-h mar b mi In p()rm;innt by
litb.t -ltnny Giiztltt.
letter frou Mijor Jack Downing
DoWNIMiVIM.K Statk of Mixn, I
Saturday. Sept, 18, 18.V?
Jltt. G.t.i; A. Si.Aroj : My dear
old fi'u-nd, I th I bud lrltr new to
write to yen. I'm p.ky nfr.iid Ginei.
k1 Scott is entiling in. And. artc.r all.
I don't know illiy I rdii'itd ff. m
niiieh uf r.iiit nf it, fp -n,i)U on mv own
Hemiiiit. fur I don't V'e b-'a a ry
btid man. Hut I lVi-1 bn I for Uncle
.In-hna. Hi wind- In rt !s bound dp
in ihe. po.rifiice, iin-l if h" 'houhl lo'B
t, I'm tifi-.iiil it would idmi.st lo th't d'.- .T ihuaj and h In k ttnp orr hti'
death of him. IU ' bud it now mnnp"eiacl po phIb a'd ir.idinrhnlv it
linn twenty vear. and h"' more fni.c! inwde me feal ba. R l jie, 'I don't
of ii b-ciu-u !'. w-u ifiv 10 him by d-arlliko the look of it bill ; :bo filale j
nil r,i..i"-i' da' koM. II 'nier it now Ion (h bae.k trrkr.;iin trtaidj Whiff.
I n.n r' 11 'amily. an 1 I tlihik
it wu'ii oh ao'u.i ti e iiarue'i nnc of me
t'l-nilv 'or him lo nart (villi, mile 'ii
Aunt Ki.ih. If be, Imiild hue arv
..r 1 1... t .... tr .'.I. i".i.'.
001. 01 i.in-11011 .-101 i or iiwin.T hmq iijaiu inv ruiacnici wiirr
pnvt.ntS''-;- I know tt would Iiteak hi
Ifart And tlut'a wluil m:tkea me ftiel
an bad at iba nirn thing h took down
lhi way in favor of Ginnr-d Scott. If
any wny roald becontrivd In keep
Uncle J.i'hiia in tha poM-ofTipn, I
wnuhln'l care a anap if Oineral Sisiit
diil mini; in. And I cue ll nre'a a
cnod deal of tha amn nrt of fealin dler. the two Democratic ca,odidalt fur
amoii2t a cnd many of the Dumoera. Governor, ha logither more than flfty
c.y. I'M ju-t c'mo 3011 n ftmplo of it. eight thonttud volea.and Sir. Crotby,
There'. Coufln fiarpeat .Imd, be the Whig ch '.Jidale, bat a little wore
can't lis c without hurrahing for pome- then twcnty.te.ven iboaiand. Tha
body a much a two or three litnc a Demooratie ote it more I htti douoib
day. He got in a habit of il in oil Ilia Whig tola. ThU don't look at
Hickory' lime, nnd he couldn't nevef lltigh, th fc'talo wat going back lo
leave il off oilier. Two or tbrne week . Whlegeiy.'
ago Tjncle. Joshua and I w in the 'Tlmt don't amount to nothin at a'l'
bim, panning a little, nbout geitin; oiitjaid Uncle Johuat'a food many thou
the votei to tho election, when all to ar.d of lempcraneo Whig roted for
once we heard win-hody back of the Hubbard, nnd a Rood many rum Wh'g
barn holler with all hi rrght. 'Hurrah voted for Chandler and wbtn tha Ix g-
for Giner.il Scott '. tvo both Juried
an'l run around the rotn-r of ibe barn
a fn.l n- wa rould, nnd who botild we
ec thcri: but fou.Jn Snrtrint Joel,
.(Tiding nil a t'imp, awirifintj hi' hat
,il! alone, nr.d holieiiiig at the very ton
nf hi- vnici! Ilurmh for Ginernl firo'lr'
Uncle Jiuhua looked as i;ros a tbun.
der. and OniJn Joel colored m Mill t
oon ) no ice. m. lul lib twisn? lm
hat ag:iin. and itt:g out once more,
'HurrnS for Scott, and I don't enrc
nhr, btara it,'
'What's that jou nay ?' tttid Uncle
.lo.biia. '
'I gv Ii.irrnb for Oiceral Srolf. and
j ,Jon'i care, who heur it.' Combi
Joel, putting 0:1 hit liat nnd jumping otriibc Slate ,'oe for .Scot), I
the Mump. Lejfitlalnr will go that waj
, 'Well, tbi U a pretty pbee nf buci-' trnnr nnd all.'
I .... . . . '. . . .1 ... . 1 - t
ri'M'.' .aid Uncle Joithnn, 'Wiling uch
lexnmtde ns tbi to the neighbors.
, n,ere many a wora -poke in jfe.t
: th.-it'zi lurntd into arnet before it
; kni(vrin, l,:il'l ., the end on'..'
I dont much care what'il be 1I10 cndi
....
1,1, I. fjnlil lHIin .Joel.
Wbv Jo. 1. what do vou mean Y nid
Pncht Jiubua ; 'if you nro gain? to lurr. j
l Whig Miy o, and let u put jou out)
,,f il,P jum'ogue. at once, and be doue
, Vyi, ,t. j want a pinto inl.t op sr.l
:t. . .. .i .
, ,10,11 aner, arit you fjoinjj lor uiner-
.,j Pier,-e, or r.o' 1 I
i , ,at(, Jm1
I .'V,, i (I,r. imme. cf cjuimon'
' en.e. ih-ti'i u hurry for bim?' mid
: Ui"le .lo'bna, 'nod (ry lo get rip nme
.rithii,iiimuiv.
Yon outli! lo le ahi (
med to throw yoiir hurrah. nny onmd try o lep tbi buripl I uia'.
(t'other id.' ,nd ir.r can l.eale yet
l 'Now uncle Joshua I II el sou wbni
j'tii "hill urzii! JOtl Mciijiiteifine
. Iiiin-'.f iipjit n be u.ed ut tbe
I br..d of lb.- co.npanv in JvulliiK-jiion'
t ilm. h. 'I II t-U i" ""hat ll,
Uncle. .I ..lin I'm willing to 0e for j
Gineral Pieree b-lp rii keep lh '
tmit-olfice. . id I n'emt (0; bu s oc
needn I a.V in " burrati for Iii.t. f.tr I
nt Mand no f.irli on.f'i-rsr A lost,
Pre tried if. nml ic won 1 go n lm"
It makes me fcl "i much like digging'
mall potafoe tnd f-w " fc bill. Iu
when I pt nirht bmigev fw a linrrati. I
gtr Jt to Ginertt Pm. nml I flrd
there' refie,rr.ciu and rr.ori-brr.cnt ie
tl At, nmrlhir.g II. real meat s il miiV
me f'fl a tt ud to when tee gin ibe
lw ileal hurrah fur Gin nil Jackson.
mifr Ami n ibe moath, aM fHM
nt,i..'i ww Ui tti. worl4VaK?!
A near a I ruh RnJ mL iWH a -:f-a
(rmi many t)cmcm In ihU mkt.'-'
mi eurar, mnt tojtliai' in tha torn
is m coanit 8artHi J Dawwfiwti'
) lrl4 to lartah fr OIimmI
rlerce aar! aan't. Or. ia tl. uu J
S4ti.r Ura i"btbar dty: aflrf Hi
Ua mt iLu.:L a -' . . .sVa
r 'l lhh,in!r Jj.U
it a ctmi lMmaerat. Miiadt am.
M'a (Ira ibrea tWr fur QlfiM)
Pifrce.' At nutrk at a l& 1KW.1I
iwunjr t!iir hat, and aUar ifc- ar
ten 1 of, an wok ool at IaoJ ntib-y
eoaW holler, 'Ifu'rabftir Obitra! Catr
Al lht kau'lra JoJiaa Mat U m mm"
aud lol4 thrT.trtt rner o lha
tiartv. wv ! no Ira t) mcrit wouli har
ah (or any bo! but ntntal PUi..
That 'tnueK! ih ikintor of ik mi of
tn, ana about Itfwity wonj tbnlr bttt
tnd rrled out luitilj.-'nurtiih ht Qln
era! Scott.' and ald Squirt Jonet If It
bkd thai any b'lb r. ,
The" tldnjw ha kept Unci Jo.bua t
ry uneny alnnp tmck, and ln-fom our
Stale lect!on, which ram nlnrg lata.
Monday, be quit nrnm'.j and ha,
nint rm bct'er yei. V'C tMnn In qnita
a Mute of ronlmberation all ihe wrk,
irylnjt o flod cut how the cUillonV
jotic. hut it' a hard un work oat.
r .1 ' I 1 -dm .
1 ivpni over tin i.i'jruine IOUip Uncia
biduta f inr. up. Ui, wat lattine to
the tkhl with hia sieeltclii an, Anal ihf
piper aprcad alt aiouil I bira, and a
lark 'inwl tin Ida bra, lie wat think
m bar I lm didn't mm to know
wlwn 1 linn In ST Aunt lfila.
ay .h. 'I'm dreadful fjhiff yeu'ta
come in, Mir 1 your unci will make
Itim.elf drk worklrt;o.rtbera Sfr,'
Kay 1, ,Woll Uncle Jahna, how
am w, onmim; 0111 ' '
I'm afraid ii-e er, nj nul a' Iht
iillV-cod cf 11 imrn. Mhw, a!d Un
tH'iy, jt 'lwtrj:n Utrrno't (tfjaa
n.
tOh. T cue Mt, r I for I van'..
'ed to hear him up a littles The liquor
1 I...- . !.t. ..,.
election all rou-d and irot jhing badly
mixed up: hut if wa tlft em out ctrtful
ly we that! fiind tha Dmoarat a
trnnf at aver.' Unels Jotbaa hoek
hi had. &tyt T, I.t ut tea tht fig.
ur Here' the return from thraa
hundred town all the State tieept tke
oulkirt. Mr. Hubbard an Mr. Chatu
, K'aturf comet lo meet, trniby will
stand jst m good a ctunee to be chnie
Governor a any nnn of c-io, nnd betttr
too if llie State a orrr the dttn the
?d of N'ovrmber, pn 1 yon mnv ripnd
ii'i ibifiiti that way, or title Ire forgot
I ow toclph'r, .rt look at the Le(t.
lature L'Jt year 111 ihr Senft'e theri
(yi about five Deiinvjrat to one Whig,
nnd now cb Wbn'i hare ek-tt" jur.
Utn Stnalor and ibe D'tnoctalt oulf
1 ien. Unving nine 10 ten nu choice, or
doubtfui. Ard then 1.1 th, Hoo ie
niiit much btlcr. I.nl jear we bad
clnr rnalorilv of more than tllrtv. and
now it dont look a ibouefi w 'botild
' havn more than ten niajorilj. And il
leHifi 'n
way foj Uorr.
'Hut mr.y be. Uncle .fodm.' tv f
'The Whig haven't pained onurli at
you think for, after nil. It bKk bad
la the(I.eglhiturv I . btil may Ih a'l
oiving lo tiic rum lej.lne': n j-oj aty
about th Gnvernoi.'
No. no. li fn'i tJiat,' dd L'nclc Job
na, with a
heavy .igbi 'yog rrnv rl-
perd upo il the Slate has gM it Whig
,. rr 1 . ., ..11. .t
10. III. I no 1 ungrrnen lent me eq,
rr. and I hero ilm rum luilncit'bt not)
in lo do with it.
In ihn last Congrcs we hd life Da-
orrn'ic ii"eiieniaiiea inn me tt jj'
iwn. Wtll, now how i ir T In the
1 .. . . r x. t. ...... t. -... tl .
nei i.iitikii- mi, .mi- era n-in-
teMfctiria, nil'l IJ10 wymwrnt nave
mAin , (fl fltf, (hf n.(,c,
three. It's i't n pien bnl.nc, ind a
few more of tl.erh fidi-b hurrah for
' Ginml Scotl will lip ibo i
Stale agio i.
Wi ll, wc o.iiat iir Ki'ii d,' ) I,
.III Ketch h.infeni J. I at II giu hi
, i-anwr rum. 11 ii-nnciMi can 1 i.urraa
for Pierre they 1011. Iit 1 allowed la
pomii tor noi'Miy t ipj' a'ler , J
cle, tupifiFM. mu hwM r " ltn Stale,
'be ini,"i U a'e '' l! r ,Pf'H v,
Y'hi j.uit rmnlr e l n a '.ttf
. mijnnf r f the av v-.i ntif! tr .
jibird of j- mer.Veu rf fl Ifcat V -
gfen
We'l' 4 le !. .'e.'i !fftt
' e.ttier ' l..i'.l ( vjrt.tt 1 . ' r,
r.i r1 i in - "orffie 1 Ik
'!lt e rw a ibry atun b
'- rT;ty Iiknly te I mie-ibbd.
Tl civ' iytt 'Jtrfe Sa'e ft h- 1 led.
d ib'tr ftfrrMhtn Wr' Mienei
Corpse vi I. .111.I jj: ia Id-'u-, ,
Mlttouri arid loyfi "jf)h t "
faraabVf
iMM the
trin w taken up by bis i ttrett. Scm Y- k.
RiV.
CJI KTa 0K
take lh Jctl.-r, lrih!4MduUenb .1id; AllllM.-at.Ml-cl.ee;, ,fije.(,l
In. J .1 J' lnne.l a. fft' '.:i. rB,
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