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NOT THE BIORY O F C At S A I ; H It T T II ! W E I, F A RE O F II O iI E.
BY Iff. 1?. STACY.
FRIDAY, OGTOBIilK 14, 1836.
VOl,. XJVo. 486.
'VvMLAuld T.ang Syne.
Now bore's ! rup n Harrison,
Hpip's tn iti.it tii'io Imlil ;
Guile 1'niib, I ken, mi hcincsl m:tn
I l.eitei far ill in i nli I ,
TliPtt j"iu nidi nil mine nnrieiH Pi icnrj f
hi null ii'iiipinluiinrp jnin ;
Mrtps tnki ii i up in UiiiilnuH yet,
For AuM Lang 3 ne.
Whrn I'lcictur ttiiuiiphpil in lite west,
'I Itl'ii win .1 ill) nf i-Idiuii,
A lid tn my n u-iH'int IhmiI iiiini test,
In ll. Usui's IiIiiikU iiiiiiIi.
On uliuiii iliit iltfii tit. ii lilceilin land
In lintti nl iippiI i fly 1
Alt. wlm lei mi Iter gallant hand,
'I'd lamp mill it-iuiy 1
Ali'l Iipip's In nn, nmv tell tnp tine,
ll'hrre was Van llineu then 1
When II ARRl.'iiN, uhh .uul in It iini,
Lpd ihi hi Wprtpin tni'ii.
Alt ntnli in nll, tmnp Imiii'sI Ii ipinl,
He nfVi lined "unpppn si-haw,"
Bui was tin. 11.11111; ncr ipii sf-ltt:iiie4,
An' quibbles nl' 1 lie law.
In l if ipine I iv nni win, nor I,
I l.ul i'if r ill i inifil in ni'i",
Si.k suirkim il.iii'lu'.s lipid isu high,
Hi ili'i 11 tlmm t'l upy .
An hi' 11111II tin ii llpinurt.it,
Tlip Dp'iI innn lie mil' Inu
An I :i lip. I'll'!!! ItppnltluMiH,
Aman; Ili'i I. in1; laded cten.
I'i-i limp, inv fiipiid, tn jii'lpof till,
Nn' In thpir unitU Inn dpt'd
Ami Imlil linn hit iti I'muitii's fiicnd,
Who fin lli-il riilinlty hlpi'il.
Make IP. nil , llifll, liking null me,
Til llllM-ll iNlllPlllllPI V IIIIIIII,
Huzza kiui fif.iv:ui. II MlltlSON I
i-ua GIM.NGI.il AM) KUl'ORM !
V.I1)CMI fl'll IW
cnuimy in 111 in.
-lite military g illiei nig of :
the cities or tiii: plain.
UV J. O. III TriKll.
Aiv'iiv fiolll til" tutu nil ! Iliiily win nil,
W hi Ip 1 hp im 1 ml tit' I lip miai'l ipi sIiiu.Iipii niitlr.iwn!
Allay I111111 I tie iIdihiikI anil ile-etlpi! nl (iuili
Away, fur ihn rjin let is 1 u-lniij atiiu.nl!
Tli" wn n'mg wn spnkru - iln: 1 iliifiii" h nl smtp,
Ami ilippionil niipi nl iS'nilniii upip In niiii'; a Imu-;
A II mi m.ik iln li.iniiii'i iln ipipI a liing
Wnli iln puiuin,- nl'iiiiie ami liie.uhni' ul'-Mii,'.
'1 'iwu an pipniiii nriipanly iIip nil ivh ppiftiniP
A ml iIip f.ii ih ii.H lit I jii't'iinrei I lie uvh uvie all
An I sillily the ilihtatp linl was he.inl.
Like llie nuiiumr uf luie or die mile uf .1 bird.
Anil liiMiilil'iil pipuIuips unwed il nvn in llie il iiii-p,
Willi tltrt in 14 ir. uf mot inn, an I MiintlliiiP of nl inn;
Aii'l hIiiii! aiiiu viie.tlhei) I gluly antl ue.e fell
As tin 1 1 In 111 .1 3 e uf Ijinl-i fium Finnc tiupiral lice.
Ami 1 lit- lirilip nf iIip i'lnl i.n liiiltlpil 1111 liigtt.
Fin iln lpii'tin ' nl Um-p .1 in I i In It nn.in nf eje;
And llir iimi-liip urn lilt inli'it willl til .pllintit aiiiiI.
A tit I tlit 11 iint'titulicr scuffed til the name ul tint
Il.irk, iIip r;roivl of llie thumlcr llie qnaUinj uf
WoP. HHP tntllP Wllliillill, anil W'lP to iln lllll'th
The Mark k Ili'i nppiiPil tlipi p's fl tint in the nil ,
The leil .11 111 uf iriijpntc it hlteil ami line!
Anil iIip slnipk nf tin ilv hii roe i il! i1ipii tlip fiiiii
A 11 I tlip'ntv hull ul l.ne h el tii'i'il i tn-ippi pil atnii 1 ;
For the fiPK'P fl tine wt-nt liiihtU u'pi- the p.il.uti
Like the 1 cil luiigues nf ilenioini, In blast anil demur.
l)nvill. down mi lilt filtpn lite rpt inhi ralnt I,
Anil the ipipIIpi' sank tilth hi 1n1p riil nil hainPil;
Tlit funi nf tlietl.nif't'i iIip inttttp. Inii'il ihull.
And llie illuul and the laughter 1 e iv cii ldi'til) w nil.
Thp I it thiol) nf iiii'iniiti hvjis Ip.ii fully niipn;
Tlie I tt pje rlainl tin lit ii ni.nl n-n nn Iip.ipii!
TIip l.t irtnaii nf leilur inP U'lldll nn I vain,
Ami death hioudeil uicr 1 lie pi id uf iIip pi lin 1
A MOD 13 UN IJIIUTUS.
FllOM TUB FnK.NCII.
It was lit Iln; siiiiiini.T nl'IfllO lltnt llm
occidiMit dccnrretl wlnoli 1 dim nbntit In ru
Inte, otid winch n-Mtnit'il nil tltttl pari nl
Finitee winch wn the scmio nl' its ennct
niciil. I wns t-ititlynij.' tlit! nut iqint it.-' c.f
Unrrio, thni licntiiilnl city, nn which thn
chatncterti nCllii' tmtldli n-jes nrr-cn ilnr'plv
iniprilttrtl. 1 liml nltroily i-nrvi'ji'il ntnl
admired H8 womlrrliil cnl In tlrnl. its curl !n
its rniitilniiif. mill its Vi'in.ra bli crnspi-,
wIipii 1 fnuni! inyrii'l'oito tiniriiiiip hnfurp iho
hnll of Ju.-licu. Crowds were fl irktng In
it Irnin every qtinrti-r, the iixprcniinii nl
whose enner diet's mtiirmI tn nniititinco llm
t xpnctntiiiii uf (nun) deeply inlnrrsliiiir jn
dtcial ilraina. 'I'lm dnnrn were nut yt.t
opened, and 1 nwniioil pnlirnily 1 1 1 rs inn
liiiil winch thniiltl tivi! enlrniifc In the
nil 1 1 it licit, and leave me In Ihn iiiiinteriil
cd cnjiiynn nl of my antiquarian rieaiehrp
and of' the ri flection nn Ihn pal which
they hbntild naturally call up 111 my mind.
It came at len-jlh. and I was left in soli
tudc. Ilnnrfl were. pait'tl in wandered
from one intereflint.' relic to another ex
amining, vurifying and cnmparitin recall
ing lite scenes end incidents of ancient
days and contraMing litem "'' "'hat nmv
exiled around me; when my alloiitinn wa
orrei.led by llm antniati'd linikt nml yes
Hired of iwo ntlvncate-t who liadjn-J hajleil
at tlto fiinl uf tin.' (.rreal plalrea!', anil from
time to lime tllrecitetl llmir eyes toward
the hall nl jitstici. as if aiixiinirly a .sni'ni'.'
tlto remit of pnnm impnrl ant Irinl. They
approached me, and the hind lone nf Ihtnr
cntiveralion acquainted inn involuntarily
with ltd subject; 11 was the judgement of a
fattier, the murderer of his only nut. My
curiosity wan aroused, and yielding lu the
inipuWe, I drew near the tnenkern, who
i-aluted mo with courlefy, and rendtly oblij
etl mo with the fnllowin'r; nairatton.
Arnaud Maguter, who is at tlu-i moment
under trial, is a retired veteran, whoso
ni'!t at loyal and truo to honor as his
euiper is quirk and violent. Hp had an
nnly fin, 11 yniinir iiiini nl iiltinll nineteen,
whn, iiiliciiiin-r the enernelu: rhariicter
u'lllitnil the rectitude uf Ins fullmr, early
became Hie slave ol corrupt and ilejjrniliuj;
inf timsi. PreqitPtil cntnp'ainls had been
laid before the old m;;n ol his fton's txcti
t-es, and iiiore than utten he had inflicted
upon him severe iiiiii-hinetit, which, mi far
from worliiiirr ri'l'nrniniinu. only sei'iimd in
harden ihespirit nl the in.'orttnilile ufTi'ii
der. One (veninrr, .Mnnnyr ncmviil a
visit from an old nml viltmil C-ii'iiil, M.
Duval, tlit; proprietor nf an extensive limn
nl'nctnry at sotrm dtslanee IVotn the city
who had ncceplrd the poliie invitation uf
hit anrii-ut eoniriiile. with the ilileii'.iun 01
returning the same ni-jlil.
Ildwaril. tlm-tnu, who had for siune lime
rennuiiced hiMli-sipntetl tiinl licenl inn1 hub.
i's, t'lmerl'nhv attli'tl It's Intlier in lullillliiu
llie ilnties of linsplliililv. Tim elmerlnl
.'lit-s 11111I tnerrv jest went n unil, anil the
fliirhl of Hum wiii ttnlii" ilnil tint 'I at Ipiv1 h
Hit! eve; nl'M. Dnvil clninei'tl to full "it
the inn lit to clocli. winch indicated the
hour of eleven. Iln rose hastily, ami re-i-is'injr
t In; nil mat ms nf Ins frtenil to in-s
the ninht iindt" his roof, he fattened on Ins
belt Irnni which the clink ol gold was tlis
lincily heard, tuuutitcd his horse and star
ted for Ii'h home.
lie hail proceeded near half a mile, antl
was about cnterinsj a Intle wood, tliroiiith
which the mail was canieil, when Miililen
ly. nl the termination nl tin nlade. con-pi
cnntisly linlilfil by the inonnbi hiip, Imsaw
ipproiicliin-j liitn a man wlin-e lace wa
blneki'tii'd. anil whn-t; iniivi'inents indica
ted a ho-tile pttrpne. Tim nmrchnnl tlrew
a pistol Irotn his bolster, and xr I v i 1 ir hi
-tei'd 1 lie -.pnr. rpncly found hnnsell cun
fronted Iiy the stranger.
'It Jim wmilil .avii your life, give up
your purse!' exclaimed tin; latter, in n
lltnr-e anil 11 ppa rein h n numd Vniee. pre
senttng a pistol in each hand. M. Duval
hnil In linirtir upon I lie t rtirirnr nl his own
and was nn the point orlirinir. when 11 Mid
den 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -j 1 1 1 npimari'il to -I ril; linn, and Im
tlrnpppil I'is lim il 'My purse.' Im replied.
'Hike it there it 1- ;' ami he lit taelied tt
from his belt and plnceil it in the hands nl
I ho mbli'T. The uul'iiown turned, anil
was quickly out nfrinhl ; while tin! nmr
Oltn til resuini'd Ills iuiirnev. bnrmil in tlto't.
ntnl alloiv iiin the hritlle to liann; loucc upon
the neck nl In, horse, whose pace j r 11 1 1 1 1 il
ly dwititllcd to a walk, iiitlnuii 11 ppe u r 1 1 1
In attract the not ice of the ruler.
Thus hi! continued to proceed fur nearly
li'ilfan hour, when, nl ImiimIi Im rni-etl In
Imatl, like one wh 1 l as arnv d at n con
elusion, M. Duval Miildeuly cln'ekml hi
ll ir-e. and turning llm reign, set oil' at lull
.raunpon Ills way Haul, in tin; plnt e irnin
ivlienci! he had chiihi. He tlrew up in llie
ubiirhs nf llm cit v Ilea r I lie hium; of hi-
I'rmotl, left the horse nl iln; inn, aott pro
coethid tn the gate which oneu.'d upon the
.'artlen in the back nl llm Magnter's thvel
ling. lie entered, and advancing with
can' ions steps In the window of the vt to
run's sleeputg aiiiiartumni. which was up
011 the grunii'l floor, tupped gently agniii-t
llm irln--. Tim signal was Imnrd. and M.
Duval was simednv nilinltleil. Mv friend.'
-aid Im. -I hav been wnv liml and r dilied ;
thu voice. Hit) llgii'o so lar as I could dts-
iiiH'in.-li llmin under their ill-guise, tilt!
features uf the robber Uruck nit: they
have given rite to a strange thought. I
may b.! il ived, lull my conviction is
ntriuig; the hnuor ol your linue .
'What do von r word-i pi)rtcuil ? Tor he a
vii's -akn expliitn.'
'Ll-ten he.ivv charges are brought a
g ltn-l your son, Ihiputhn my sii-pieions
may lit wrong 'brgive inu, It is my Irieml
hip for you
In tnit're.y speak nut at once, what would
you .-ay ?'
'Alas, my puur friend, I am furccd to
-Whom? What ? That it was he?
Cahn vour9"lf, let us examine quietly.
and if p ii-ible convince our. elves that II
was mil lung mure Hum it resemblance.'
Cotim,' t'Xe.la itiietl the oh! tiddler. Inking
up t he lamp and leading tl.n way to llm
chamber nf his son. They eniered cau-lioii-ly
and Inuud 1 1 1 1 1 1 buried in profound
slumber. The old matt, whose hand trem
bled violently, passed the light beloru hi,
eyes to iis-ore linn-ell that tin sleep was
real, and then turned to his friend wnh a
tleep ugh, like one who is relieved from a
terrible suspense. The tn reliant lieul
iltiwit over tin; sloeper, nml doubt ami fear
rc-imcd their sway in the mind ol the
unhappy father, whose eyes roamed fear
Hilly around the apartment ihoy rested at
length upon a b'ackeimd cloth, a pair of
nt.-lols. and the leaihern Dell winch lite
rubber had imperfectly concealed beneath
'Still litis prove nothing,' exclaimed the
merchant, who shuddered at beholding the
ghastly workings of the old inaiiV face;
besides I was on uorsetiarK, ami I111W could
he overtake me nn font ?'
There is a foot path that is much short
er, attswereu ine taiuer wtiu n ureauitii
lutik; nml il prool were wunling. it is liere,'
lie cnntiuueii, ptiinling to tin' shoes and
gaiters nf the ynting man, winch wero cov
ered with damp mud. M. Duval cast down
his eyes without Raying a wurd.
'Ami he sleeps,' the old mm nit'tlered,
wlnlu his eves glowed with a fearful light ;
iheu with a desperato hand lei grn-ped one
of thn pistols, and hefore Hit! inerchani
could even move to interrupt Ins purpose,
he lodgetl the contents in the brain ol his
This is the crime upon which the court
is now anxiously engaged in passing judg
meiil, and il is the result of tho trial that
we and tho crowds whtitn you havo seen
entering the hall, are so anxiously awaiting.
Just then n multitude nf people hurried
down the Maircase, and auiliUt the conlu
siun ofvotce that broke upon my oar, 1
heard frequently repeated tha words ban
'ishod lor hfu."
MAN AND W O M A N.
ny iVA'iit.NOTtiN inviNO.
It is n coinninn practice with those who
have been brnugnt up tn the gay hearllcss
ness urdissipaled life, to liiugh ut nil love
stories, and tn treat the tales of romantic
passion as mere fictions of novelists and
peels. My observations nn human nature
nave induced me to think otherwise. They
have convinced me that however the sur
face uf the character may be chilled and
frozen by llie cures nf the world, or culli
valeil loin inerostnllcs by the art of mete
ty, still there ore dormant ftrrs lurking lit
llie brea-t nf tho coldest bosom, which,
when unci! enkindled, bectimc impetuous,
ntnl aru siiineliums desolating ill their
'fleets. Indeed, I urn a turn believer in
llm blind deity, and go to the full extent tit
Ins duel rums. Shall I confess it ? I believe
in broken hearts, antl the pussibillty uf dy
ing nf ili-nppuintft! love. I tin not, howev.
er consider it a malady often Intal to tny
own -ex; hut I liriuly believe iliat it with,
ers down m my a lovely woman into an
Man is the creature of interest nntl am
bit Km . His nature Icai's him forth into
the -Irngglo and hu-tle of the world. Love
is but the eiiibeli-htnenl nl Ins early life,
or a sung piped in thu interval of nets. lie
-eeks for fame, for fortune, for space in the
wor'd s thought and dnmm'tun over his fel
low men : but a woman's whole life is a
history of nflecliuns. Tie) heart is her
world ll is here her ambition strives for
empire it js ht-re avarice seeks for hidden
treasures. She sends forth her sympal hms
on adventure. She embarks her whole,
soul in t he I niflic of nffecl inn, anil if ship,
w reeked, her case is hopeless, fur it Is
bankruptcy of the heart.
To 11 man, the disappointment nf love
may occii-iutl some liUler pangs; il w'nund-
nmo feelings nl tenderness I bin-Is some
prospects o' felicity; but hn is an active
b"ing he may dissipate Ins thoughts in
ilie whirl of varied occupation, or may
nliinge into 1 he title of plea mi re ur if I Im
'Im scenes of his di-appoint ment be too
full ol painful associations he can shift his
abode at will. lint woman's is eompara.
lively a secluded nml meditative hie. She
Is outre the companion of her own thnughts
and feelings: and if limy are turned to
minister's of sorrow, where shall -he look
for consolation ! If unhappy in her love,
her heart is hke -nine l'ortre-s that ha
Imeii captured, anil sacked, and ahantinueil.
Willi her Iln: desire of tho heart has failed
lite charm of existence is at no end
Sim neglects all cheerfulness which glad
dens llie tide nf life in healthful current
through the veins. Her rest is broken
the sweet refre-lnnent nf sleep is poisoned
by nmlanchiilly dream-, 11 1 1 1 1 1 her enfeebled
frame sinks under the slightest external
injury. Look fur her after a little while,
atiii yon find friend-hip weeping over her
initiiiielv grave, antl wondering that one
who hut hilnly glowed with health nntl
beaiuv. should -o -peetlily he brought down
lo darkness anil t hi! worm.' V011 will be
told ol .-nine wini rv rlnll, sntne ca-oal 111-
ilispo-inon. lint laid her low; but few
know ni'tlm tuenlnl milady that previou-ly
rapped her strength, ami made her so easy
a prey In tin spoiler. How many bright
eye- grow dun ! how many suit cheek
grow pale ! how many Invely form fade
awav into the Itiinh. victims nf blasted hopes
and withered jovs !
Woman is like some tender tree the
pride and beiiuty of the grove graceful in
Us form, bright in its foliage but with the
worm preying nl its heart. We liml il
first suddenly withering when ii should be
most fre-h nntl luxuriant. We see it droop
ing its branches lo the earth, anil shedding
leaves, even in the stillness of the forest ;
and a we inn-e over the beautiful ruin, we
st live in vain in recollect I he blast or t hen
tlerboll that cuuld have smitten it with de
I have seen many in-lances nf wnninn
thus disappearing gradually from t ho ea r 1 h,
ami have repeali illy fancied that I could
iraee their death through the various de
clensions of ciiiisiiniptiun, cold debility,
languor triil umlanclmlly, until I reached
llm first symptom uf disapiiniuteil hive.
The canker worm of grief preys slowly,
but iihis ! ton surely, upon the heart ol
Us devnied victim. Its ravages nro nn
noticed by the ca-ual observer ; hut the
keen discerning eye uf the human mind
that iim-t mysterious emanatiun I'min the
creative power of the Almighty, di-rovers
in thu half cheeked sigh, the oft starling
tear, llm heavy cloud of sorrow casting
its shadow- upon tho brow, tho occasional
lapse into omlancholly. ami anon tho for
ced and unnatural bursts of apparently
high spirits, -tire tokens uf tlal mental
cniisitmplinn winch bids th linnet! lo the
hie reviving powers nl" medicine, to the
otmu-Jl cure and skill of thu ablest phy-i-ctan.
Wo, llien, he to that man whn trifle-
with the human heart, as it wero n
Hung of light import whn having sought
till Im obtained lite 'unansweriug look of
love fruui woman's eye,' thai undeniable
priittl ot the return nl Ins allictiuii.
ca-ts aside as valueless the heart he
then knows to bo Ins own ! No wurd
of reproach from tho injured one mav as
sail his enr, and this ubseucc of reproof!
Imm wit limit mny lull the accusaltuns nl
Ins inward ninnitnr, but he may rest as-u
red. I hat in the cyo of God ho is regnrded
asn murderer, lis strict tables ufjoslice
admit nnl of Ihn palliations that iiimi will
cniij'iro up to e'ear him in his own eyes ;
nml this ho will feel when reason ns-sort-her
sway nvar the passion, convinces
him ul the cruelly and injustice of his con
duct. But his remorse is nuw vain for
her whom death has already secured as his
prize : no earthly power can reanimate tho
heart now cold in tho grnn; ami 1110 con
vtction that she. Ihriiugh his neglect, is.
placed forever beyond llie roach of rcpar
atinn. embitters reflection lo Iho latt mo
ment of his existence.
Ink ling if an adventure A tall six
fooler, with a spice uf oddity and humor in
his phiz. .iiid n brrnsl pi it uf id, warming
nan size 111 his bo-oni, walked into our of
lice tho other tiny, leading by the arm n
rustic belle, ns -Inn, perpendicular, and
fresh ns a water lily. Being in our shirt
sleeves, as Jack Downing would say. 'we
kinder blushed.' Nmv f,,r srpm, j 1 hnnrrtii
we. "Hees ion the bead man here ?'" -Ahem?
hcvl man! oh von ineae the
marriage col'ectei the, -Ln mv Jonas
iso awkward ho mean the hcatl eater
nnglice etlhi r') ' Oil nh iinder-tantl
now -you've 'nought ns a lot of wedding
cake hey well inarm, we are pretty much
all head eaten at that.' 'Oh now mine
of ynnrjokerf-'alinn I'msernn,. s n,
tue ami harne-MMl quit t yet Im we SaUy
Yer sec. nisi er, I lliu't ns how I'd ji-'t
fetch my gil 'ii to see (putting bis mouth
close to nut rtr, and then screaming r,s jl
wo were - eai ) to sen ynur Printum OJire
go, anil kind a Miipri-e her like, yon know.'
'Mv dear f.l'ovv, we are nn' deaf,' said we.
screaming t:i our turn al the lop nf nnr
lungs, ami catching up a dictionary 'A-k
pardon, l'veje-t been talking with a tleaf
man helmt--inay we sec printum nfficogn?'
Oh cer'ainly please promenade be
tween 1 he cases right and left down in
the middle cast off- Thu oflico is'nl ex
actly in gn ng order but' Oh dont con
sarn ynnrsflfa mile bin what tin airlh i
this? 'Only 11 press' 'Oh ! an improved
cheese ttr cttler press!' 'Oh no 11 (ree press'
'Iln ho ! well 1 v Dm . that's curious 0
nniigh !e''s try it.' Taking bold nf the
bar ofthc press and giving it a pull, it flew
hack, and Joun, in trying to get out ol llie
way. upset a keg of ink, which living nut,
blacked nil Ihu lower part of his Dnlciina'.
white gmvn lo a charm to say nnlhing nl
polishing her clean blockings nntl pink kid
shoos. It was Ion Inn bad. -My golly
quoth .Tuna, jumping up and trying tn wipe
the ink froin his belle's gown, Sc. 'my
golly! who iviiuhl have thn'l I could pump
mil three or four quarts at tine pull!'
Having let her 'see the printum nflico gn,
and "kind a surprised her like." tney tie.
parted If it was mil an adventure it was
nn ink ling of one. any how and that's
just ns giinil when there's no news slirring
I'.xtrapl ftoin Ueechi'i s l.pcitucs nn Sepptirism.
Til 13 IM.A0I3 TO PUT L.IB13HTY.
Twice in I'Vonco the physical power ha
gained the ascendancy ever law; and by
victory, the discovery has been, thai In pa
triots, cities are fort roses, and pavements.
uitiuiHon. Tin is tine uf the uio-t glnri.
nits and dreadful discoveries of miidorn days
gl 'rum in it tiliitnatn results , in tho e
mancip iHng nf llie world, tint dreadful if
'ho-e intervening revolutions, winch man
achieves in the conquest of liberty, are
without corresponding intelligence and vir
tue fur its permanent preservation.
The conquest ol liberty 1- not difficult
thu qiie-tioti is. where to put it with whom
to eut rust it. II lo the limit it 1 1 c 1 1 who a
cluevetl it, it be commuted, 11 will perish
by anarchy. If national guards uro out
ploietl for its defence, the b.ivonuls winch
protect it an: anv ininnent able In destroy
it fur a military tlesnoti-ui. If to a republic-it!
king it be entrusted, il will have to be
regulaled by slale policy, anil fed tin broad
and water, until the actiun nf her heart,
and t ho movement of her tongue, n nil llm
power of her arm, ns under the d -inlly in
cubus, shall ceae There is mil in Ibis
wide world a safe depoite for liberty, but
111 the hearts of patriots so enlightened, as
lo be able tn judge of correct legislation,
antl so pilieiu and disinterested, nsln prac
tice self denial and self-government fur the
I) it can such a state nf society ho found
n ml maintained witlitiul a Bible anil lite in
-tit 11 Hons of Chri-tiaiiiiy I Did a con tin ion
of nnperverleil liberty, iinin-pircd by Chris
tianity, ever bles thu world Ihioughniil any
cutisiderabli! periotl nf duration? Thepo.v
er of a favoring clinm and llm force nl gen
ins, did thrust up I'min the dead level of
iniinnttinniis ilc-pntisin. the republic uf
(Jreece tn a leiuporaty liberty ; but it was
a patient model only, eompaieil wnh such
a nation as tin- '. and it was p 1ri1.1l and ca
pricious, nnd of shuil duration, nod render,
etl 1II11-1 ruin--, rather by the darkness wind,
preceded and followed, than by llie benion
influence of its own beams.
Certainly 11 is Christianity which, in llti-i
country forked the cradle of nur liberties,
defended our youth and brought us up In
msnhnnd. Ami it has been proved thai
uiuler her nti-pic.es, three miliums and
twelve miliums nf people niiybu protected
and governed. But that twenty, fifty or a
hundred million-) can without n vasl aug
mentation nf her uinral power over oiind,
has mil yet been proved whilst all past
analogies, ami all present circumstances of
our nation, announce that Christianity 1
our he.-l hope, and without ll our destruc
tion does not slumber.
During all pa-t ages, the vast majority
nf the 111011811 family, unblesl by revolution,
have been tdolalurs and slaves ; ami at Ihn
iiresenl lime, nil naliuns upon whom the
Sou of Righteousness bos not ri-en arc
crushed by tho grievous despotism. Diy
Imlil in not more uniform in the track of
the -un, than civil liberty is found in llie
track of Christianity, and despotism in ils
l-'ioni llm Wi-rousin Democrat,
Tho treaty, just cniiiluded, between the
Coninilssiiiuer on the part of iho United
Stales (nur Guvcrnnr) nnd the .Menninenee
Indians, is nne nf great importance, nntl ap
pears In give general sn'.isfacimn, not only
lo the white man, but to the Indian, The
result of the treaty is 0 deal It blo.v to llm
anticipations of war makers. Tho Menu
indices, although a pencablo nnd harinlc
tribe, have been groat bug. bears in the
iiiinds ol timorous straugeis ami travellers
I and have, no doubt, much retarded Iho
growth and prosperity of this important
sectinn nf the territory. Now the tligltteit
anticipation of danger neetl nut be enter
tamed, ami we rejoice anil congratulate our
citizens, that, at last, every ground of fear
has been removed. This however, is mil
t he nnly sntirce uf congratnl.il ion and pleas
tug anticipation, The country ceded is an
important acquisition and. nfier being
surveyed nntl brought, into market, will no
doubt be rapidly settled nnd unproved.
The Muuniiinnees will remove In that por
linn of their posesi in mn-t suited lo
their habits and, upon the mean afforded
by Government, will hv) happily and com
fortably. The conduct nfOiiv. Dodge on tho occa
-inn is worihv uf nil praise, ns the suece-'s.
fi.l and advantageous termination if llm
treaty plainly proves. Whilst tho inter
fsls of llie (iiivertimenl have been cniisul
n il. t ho welfare of t he red 111111 has been
looked In. Not the slightest disturbance
occurred on thu treil V ground during the
tunr nf I real y nntl we mention a a cred
itable and remarkable fuel; thai ninnngllm
twenty five hundred Indinn neuibled,
not nne case of intcinper.inc' was to be
observed. All was harmony and good feel
lug antl the pantos separated in n spirit
indicative uf la-ting peace and good will,
SHOCKING R. ROAD ACCIDENT.
The following are farther pirliculars
nT the Fnd accident on the Columbian mil
road, in a letter from the editor of the
Untied States Gazette.
"I-Vwuview, Oct. 1st, 1 030.
"This afternoon, as the train for Linces
lor was approaching Purview, the axle nl
tho forward cur next In tho baggage, broke,
which imam dpitely precipitated the body
of the car upon 1110 railway, the fragment
of the axle ripping up the button) of the
car in which was 11 Mr. Gibson of I'lnla
tlelpbia.b mud to Coicmni'.lt wiih'his wife
and children. Ills wile nnd child fell
through and nearly the whole I ram passing
over her body. I cannnl picture to you
the heart rending scene that ensued when
Mr Gib-nn was called to tho spot where
Ins wife lay a mangled corpso. with the
child, about I!! mouth old. by her side
covered with the blood uf Us d ad mother.
The tup nflirrlua.il tout cut off", nml the
hraint Iny nn hotli siilrt the rail; the hmhj.
fret, armi and legi brnken tn alnmt. II'ii
vent, what a tight !i The distracted man
lendorlv dragged Irnin the spot the rematn
nf his 'Julia,' calling upnu her in Itantic
exclamations, but she could only nnwer
by expiring look of agony, lie next pick
oil tip his babe, antl believing It loo wa
tlcad, ran around nmnng the crowd implor
ing asi-taoce, when ll was impojible to
afford htm the least cnn-iilation. The
child was miraculously preserved- I iva
was next called lo witness another scene
which beggar description.
"A black man, who had vainly attempt
ed lo leap from llie car when the accident
took place, fell upnu ihn ground, anil the
car running ofTt he track upon the side he
jumped, the wheels pa-sctl over both lu
legs and cut them iifTiu the mo-t shocking
manner, grinding the dirt and clothing
intn I bo mangled flesh. Ilo lay wrilblitg
m the most excruciating agony, under the
body of'one of I he cars, until enough nsi.s
lance could be tendered to raise the car off
htm. Ho will not. it is believed survive.
"A gentleman 111 the forward car had
his left nrin broken, ami much injured but
It s nns-ible be will recover.
'The train was propelled at tho rate of
If! In III miles per hour al llm tune of llm
accident, anil hail ran nnl more than the
length of the Irani or 50 yards, before il
' I was with mv family in the next car tn
the one Mr. Gibson wns in, nntl tho frag
ments over which wo passed lore up the
bottom wiihotil injury lo any of its pas-en
gers. Il wis a miracle that wo escaped
one nf our w heels was spokeless, niilhuig
but the naked rim left tn give a-siirance il
was ever a rail mad wheel. 13ven the
rails, for a considerable distance, were lorn
from their fa-lnings, and some broken."
This serins lo be turn of 1 hose accidents
against winch it is tlilflcull tn guard, tin
le-s by some new arrangement of the
wheel- and axles of the cars, or perhaps by
a thicker lluoring to tlm car.
I'toiii llie Ilnclicsler Democrat.
Bu.loon Ascknsion Shocking Casual
Ii. As advertised, Lauren made ana-cen
ston from our city un Saturday nllernuini
lie was cut loose, about five o'clock, and
passed tifTlowartl iho east, with a pleasant,
iho' n sninewhnl frckb breeze. Bui the
melancholy casiiolny which took place,
marred the interest nf the scene. The
novelty of the ncca-inn, bail, as 11-unl. col
lected "nn immense thrnng. who gathered in
groups upon 1110 various dwellings ami
work shops in I ho vicinity ol the arena. Il
was fearful lo see tho recklessness evinced
bv many in those tlangcrnns position.
and wc heard only what wo hud been ex
pecting, when one nt Ihesu work shop.
coveretl bv murclhan an .hundred human
beings, fell In, with 11 trementlnin era-h.
nude horribly lernlic bv the fearful screams
uf I hoe upnu it.
Wn ha-tened tn llie scene of ruin, and
beheld nuo of Iho mnsl huarl-Fickening
sights that ever crossed nur vision. Fifteen
ur twenty men nnd boys lay helpless mining
tho fallen timber', covered with blnnii, and
grnnniug mo-t piteou-ly. Of this number,
nt least ten had siium oftlmir limb broken,
win 11 ul hers were dreadfully mangled!
We hnvo seen several of thoso who have
been injured. Onunflheni hail an axe
hmitllu lilted directly through In leg ; an
tuber hail his back broken, and several
t net r legs and nnns.
Wo have nnl lime fur further particulars.
The horror evinced by llie vn-l inu'tltuile.
nnd particularly by tho parents, who knew
their children wero present, can hu more
casilv imagined than described. We nev
er before wi'neesed a tnoro painfully exoi-
ting scene, nntl must devoutly hopo we
never may again.
It ts rumored that two or three nf tl ose
injured have died. We have not heard so
Inun any coiiiltetcnl authoriiv. and hope it
is not I rue. Olio ni l lit) Miflerer, anil tho
only one whom wn knew, was Mr. Titidcll
of Sir. KetnhaH's mill.
Tin accident should induce nur cilizena
to discountenance such exhibition. They
nro always attended with more ur less mis
chief, nnd never do any good.
A new Harri'tni paper In llie West ii
called tin "War Club." If he nnd tho
'Toledo BMo" nnd "Ilomot" ond tl o
"Scalping Knife" nnd Tomahawk" do not
-lash up tin; few 1'iirics left there then
"more's the pit v " N Y. S'nr.
The Dng War Th !e-l ruction of dogs
tt'l niintinnes, and tlm la-l return niatlo
by llie Oi'y Inspector, added to those pre
viutislv made bv him. nnke the total num.
her of dug killed fi037 Jnur. ij Com.
A good nne. A buy was asked, does tho
Leopard ever'change his spo'c? "Oh yes,
when he U tired of one spot he goes lo
Old Kentucky thrown intn the Shade.
Tlm "seven loot boy" nl L tui-vtlle I but a
a s' Muling c iiupart'il ml b Hie gall ml drum
major of I Im Kuigofibe Netherlands, who
t bowing luinsell nl l'arania. being 11 leet
10 3.-1 inches 111 height, ond weigh 4 cwt.
A pnnr Scotchman in N. York, formerly
a respectable man bit) in very low circiim--Hinc
-s. enteretl an eating house almost in
a state or' starvation, cud devoured lits food
-n voraciously that ho cbuaked himself and
died in n short tune.
Small vs. Attwoob. The cost incur
red and paid up to llie time the present
appeal came on for argument, amount to
thn entirmoiis sum of one hundred ihniisantl
pounds, of winch sixty thousand lias been
incurred dy l!'o appellants, antl forty limns
nnd by tho respondents. Tho above sum
tlot.'.s nni include the hecvy daily expenses
now going on.
PmvERrut. M2ad. The Baltimore
Transcript says that a cork flew from a
bottle of tneail'in that city tho ulher day
and upscl a horse and gig 1
Lire Theru appears to exi-t a greater
desire to live long than well. Measure by
nun's denrea, and he cannot live long
enough: measure by Ins deeds, und hi
he litis livei! too long. Zimmerman.
erinUi if preserving the temper. A
genilpiuati uf quiet demeanor, walking a
long llmqnays at Antwerp a few days ago,
heard an epithet until lo be reported, ap.
nlietl In Iiiiii by Hoino one near; he turned
roiiuil when llie provocation was repeated.
He demanded un explanation of his nearest
neighbor for the tu-ult, and lite quarrel
wn- becoming warm, llie more so ns '.ho
parli- were at a loss lo uiiilursland ench
ut Iter's meaning, when il was percene.i
thai the real author of the mistaku was d
A plant p iviciving the properties if span
litiicuus combustion A very interesting
paper was recemly reatl by Mr. Mumay,
before the Loudon Linimaii Society, de
scribing a shrub which grows on Iln; riv
er of Br117.1l. and which is called Ihu Eu
phorbin Phmphorescens. Where Iln 13u
pliurhia I'uriiu largo entangled i:npenei ra
ttle masse., covering, perhaps, a quarter uf
an acre of ground, and gruwing some twen
ty feet high, It will take lire spontaneously,
emitting for some tune, a vast column of
dense black -onike. nml al last bursting nut
in flames. Whenever tho nutlinr had an
opportunity of observing the combust ion uf
llm juice of this plant nn its coming into
contact Willi atmospheric ntr. the temper
ature wns n very little raised ; the cuu -bu-t
tun (with flame) went un nt a low tem
perature unit! stopped by thu fonmlion nf
a crust, which quickly lakes place. Tho
temperature always appeared lo be too low
lu spread into a cunllugrai inu.
A Travelling Hit helor. The editor of
the Norlbaiuplou Courier, 0110 of Iho ntoft
luveierato benedici in the world, is travel,
ling in western New York. He sends
homo sketches of "matters nntl things"
deemed wiiriliy nf no'e, ami indulges in ln'
heseitling sin, ridiculing the slain matrimo
nial. Children Ihusu little dear dome.-Hc
coml'nrls appear to anuny linn sadly.
I lenr him: "1 seem, lalterly, always to bo
travelling 111 comimuv with babies! They
beset me every where! I enumerated not
less ihun llireo, one of which very wisely
bei'tiileil time by playing with Us mm herd
nose, 11 second lay in a happy slate of Ftu-
tl.'tl quiescence, anil a I bird needed the aid
of hulh father nntl mother, to keep it from
"iniiuriung Itscll In dentil- ' I encouraged
bur with tho slttlc remark, that "crying
strengthens Us lungs," ntnl that in course
of time she would have a bright baby, and
then, as darkness came on, and thu melody
increased, I fell into a reverie and dreamed
I had been beguiled into matrimony!
When I nwnke, how right glad I wns to
find I had only been dreaming'." Poor fel
low, his caso is pitiablu indeed. Dust.
F-tiering the wrong beat.. few days
since 11 strong. and active young man drnvo
with "real ra"iuli'y to public house in tho
vtciniTy nf tin ei'y. Having miny miles
hi proceed, ho left In jaded beast nl Iho
duor, entered thu hir room, ond took a-ghw-nf
brandy. 'He'd belter have given
Pi Inirso two quart s of nit.' said tha
bar keeper. 'The young man had probably
lorgoltoii' said n byestander. 'that it was
lhriiursn nml nnl himself that performed
tho labor of I ravelling.' 'He has fodder
ed iho wrong animal,' said another. Botl,