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UIIrfHEDVEEKL y7 MIDDLEBURY, V E R M 0'T JANUARY 7, 1840. PRICE 2.
Tomailand villagcsubscrifceri, S2.00peraii;
num. ifpaid within the ycar $2
0 navaDle ai-
ter Uic cloc ol the volume.
A Jibcr.il dodu'jlion made to Cornr.ames.
No papcr disconticued ti!l all urrcaragcs are
paid, unlessat thc option of the publiskcr.
;l,v" AdvertLeuitnts cca'picuously inserted
Xiii reasonabic ternn; aid continued lill fo.bid
unlc$3 accumpjnied by direciions.
rjJJTjrlE Subscriber coniinncs t!io Agcnt of
jSL the Vermont Mtitital Firc Jnsurance
Co&pcny. r.(id i!so oftbc ll&lan ar.d AsldUon
Couniff Insurance Company, nnd will nttcnd to
npp!icJt:ons fcr insuraucc in ciihcr Comr.any,
a ois O.Tiec, ovcr thc Drug-Stors of Moocly &
Ad.urw. llowlil occasionaily go out of town
lo makc survi-s, if roquired.
It is wij'.'om fjr all to Lc itisurcd, when it can
bu donc al to clioap a ratc.
Middlebury, Aitg. C7, IfcSO.
SAIIBLE h SiiSNESS
I1ILL respcctfully in- j
eforfiis liid old custoti.cr
:n I'.ttlaioi.iury aiiu VRiiiny, inat i
- . tt . .t .
ic contiimes thc above bitsincss I
!Kf1S!t i!.. ni.5 KimiH nf JIiit. 8?
Si;ci:ma:i, ncar Ihc Uouil iiousc
ll and will kccp conslanlly on hand
or inako to ordcr at short r.cticc, thu fullowing
irticlcs, viz :
SADBLES, BRIBLES, MAP.TIXGALS,
TRUNKS, CARI'ET BAGS,
ud VALICES of varions Uinds ; B.ass and
Siivcr inounted Coachand Gig IlAKiN'ESS
F.S : Brass, Siivcr, .lappanned and Pottcd
JKilNESSES. of all kinda and priccs ;
Frcnrh foho TRUNKS, with brass and coj'
pcr rivcta ; cnminnn Trunlts of all kinds ;
curlcd hrtir MATTUKSSES mado to ordcr,
nnd old ones icnovatcil aad rnauu alnmi as
good . ncv. A jiood nssortmctit of M'JIJPS
eh! Lashrii Cnrry Comln nnd hoiso Cards,
' rtt nu-i itv. 1 hc auovc will bu sold
5t kinds of prudiicc.
.t'.io infirin 1ms hiothcr cralt,
that h'i intonds to kcep on hain', for sulc, a
good and wnll Helcctcd asortiiirn! of
w'.iich ho wil! lall ct n Binall advanco for
kinds of Ciniaco Tnintnins donc on
phoit n-'tice. Carriaj;c Trimminj for s::!c.
M,d j!ct.t:ry, March 4, 1S39. 43;tf
Slt!IV!'N eir:"i4i y.SJOr:ilt ! 1
fS'lIIS valnil:v vcsvlatile incdscinc blaiuls unnvaKcd , (lacssortlusaM, aml tbaJuctol pm,-r rrpird tn Uic pwu
J ' ir tlm lutlowiii coiapUliits, V!7.: L!-;ei?!7! , nr ; liar l-.aiiL, taats aml cus:..nn of Ibr ."jrwSmn lthf
In'.i.je-.ti'in, Dicu-'d Liver, IliltoiK Dioi'ic-rs, Drop- ijnoj, o-:U tcntl moic.liiuetiv ior.Jva.ic i!k airicalmrc of the
. , t:i..ia. Co ti.vnesj. Wonn- anl !o- cf .Apj-f lile, s'.v.et llianiliruc nmv iacucu!aion. 1 !hi (jucBii.m tvhcilirr oar
rfii . .i ciuaiisii.;; tiio .V.oiimi il ant! ImiucIj, cuirt pama countrj-h d.f linM uliinnuly tj ;rodncc Uietili for n-UcIi !ie
in il--, stomic'j aml Hrcast, GcM aiij CfiURliH of iianoron'iltM-a,!oti upon ."oreignK.wriar.Jr:anufjctiirer,
.t' '.u. l!os- iu!io.lm-s of I'rc'th, Ncrv- j (J ucii-,i ue ,u!y i. tj., iimaKaion or o in.iortant
co-ji:.u:.ts, wimsi ar. . ........ ....Mrv. ,
jf tlic. Forl'i ver atiO Au!", lt i amot valiianle
pt-ven.aMre w. t. a ivc,c,K rt ' -.
vciiiaMre 2, iv, i. u a .iicreiii rfl..fi!y. it ir
cisuic s; jiiv lii.i., !i.-ifto!bre knortti 111 icir.ovinrr
St ifn' l).inca, lm't!e lnvo bci-n i'im n li
cilf !'.! Jiil o';;i at'tcr havin tiallit-.l cvciy
ct rl-ja fcr lo'ir "5t. llhas a must o eiiul influ
cncc in r--i.iovii! nervous conip!a:r.fs. It is pl.-ain'.
to tata,atfJ soca?y in it3operation,that it may bc aii
minntercJ to thc hilint with safety
Britain & Farxam. Sole Proprictorj.
Sold bv SIDXEY MOODY, Middlebury.
1'HELPS' CO.MPOUND TO.MATO PILLS.
rgHKSE Pills are not adaptcd foronJ; "be-Jt-
cause," why? ihcy are nudicinal) posscssins
lcaf," and recnmraended for tltt-ir remedi-.l effccts,
, ;" 1 " i
Wben tbe economy of Aatare i i-ccerscd.
Aoi. nd r.ol till II J" will theni.7. iven for 1
our food, posess thc mcdicinal qualities cf tlicir
respeclive.)a;ii. and ''tlien, and nct lill tb.cn,"
will the frttil of the bittcwict, riiglusliade, nnd
Tomato, all of the same clnss, possess morc mc
dicinal properties tban the "stalk and Ira! ; and
wben tiic truit can be substiluted for the plant as
medicine, tbca can thc ''poisonous stalk and
leaves of the potatoe'' bc sub?tiluted as food for
Sold by GEO. H. FISH, agent, Middlebury.
July, 1S39. 12:ly
riPIIE subscribt'i having made new'arrange
ments in his busincss, finds it ni-ccssary to
call on all perons indebtcd to him, lo make im
mediatc pnvmcnt. Thc accnunts will rpmain in
his possess! in bui a short timc, for collection,
wlien ihey will pass inio othei hands.
S. MOODY, Drusgist.
Middlebury. July 15, 1S39.
S Pairs Gent's India RubbcroiT
Ladics " " "
' Fur lincd, "
V. S. JoENSON.
for sale by
Oct. 7, 1839.
ONSTANTLY onhandat thc shop of
Oct 15.1639. 23;3w
RS. S. B. Hartt & DAUGnTEn, South
sidc of Collcjo Green, wiil makc in the
btst inanncr, Pautaloons Vests, Shirts, Bosoms
Cpllars, and all othcr plain scwing. All favors
thankfully received and promptly attenJed to.
Noy. 20, 1639. 27:3w.
"STUST receivcd a large assortmcr.t of Fur
Caps, which will besold low forcash, by
W. S. Johnson.
SJUPEIIFINK Blacfc, Blud, Invisiblo Green,
Rronn nnd Jiiixcd Cloths. just rcccivcd
) uiid for salo bv Z. BECK'.VITH.
Scpt. 17, 1830. 19
rSHE Rutland nnd Addison Mutunl Fire
Itiserancc Conipany. was organtzed on
tiio 12th day orFcbriiary, 1839, by appointing
for IJirectors, U. Bri;gt.-) J. A. Conant,
Brandon; G. Ncwel!, Pitlford, R. Pierpoinl,
"utland; Z. 1'owo, Castleloti; Kcnt Wright,
Shorclnm; Ii.i Stewart, Midillcbury; II. Mun
si!l,'.BnstoI; V. Lawrence, Vcraonries.
Tho Drentors chosc H. I. Brig'i's, Prest
dent, Kisra Junc, Scy tary, Willurd Ktmbal!.
Itis the inluntion ol tys Dirsciorfe to raahe
thy Company bencficial lo ihe inscrcd, and
rondcrit mutua'.. Ko o.itrn.liazardous'fiihs
aro to bc tala-n, m.r any largo risks; and Ihc
bnsincss ofthccoinpanyis lo bo managcd
a prj(lcntanl cconomicai mannpr.
1 .notm...-.l.T.. a .l I. ...... n.-. Annn i l.n
j ni-iui"uu uusiih jiguu
apponileil t cach town, wlio v.ill bo aullion-
zcil to liansact the business with lliu uisured
u is coniuicntiy Leiicvcti tr.ut tss imsincss
j niay and will bc os managed as not lo cost
rcor.SjKIBWmrccl one-uall thc nmount
lw-3 hagiMiiirc cost Crmnty Insurance
vo uecn cstauiisncu in itew
and IVew-IIuniohhirc, an.l ihe icsult
i hv'iun, that it has not coatonc-half aa rnuch
to $i insnrcd in thc L'ounty Cosnpaiiio.s as
it h,i cosl in this Sla'Ie; and in muiiy Coun.
ties thc 3 pcr ccnt. piid on thc I'rcmium
Notes has puid a'.l.cxpcnscs nd ll losses.
E. JLNE, SncncTAnv.
Agtnts for Atl'dison Co.
iMiddh-bury, Clias. I'owm ; Cornwall,
P.enj. V. Ilaskrll; Weybridge, Sol. W.
Jcwetl; Ncw-Naven, A. "p. Kosroc.
Brandon, No. j2. J3 X27:copf m
AND NORTIIERN SILK-GROWER.
To be publishcd al Middlebury, umlerlhe di
rcction nf the Addison and Rutland
Cminly Sdk Soctety."
rc3LiiiiD cvcav cmiEa tl csday, bt criiSAiM mxxuam.
Il Is bTlleri1! limt a imbIi.ation at lUt characler infcnul from
he a!ve litlt?, is iiiurh n-tutl by lne agricultun:! Ii'.-t nl
vmnimu A paa:lai:ls;i'Ci.i:i).DiliciimilP, boil.ami pro-
' cnlutn! clas. Tor tliis rmo:i. iffonnio'hr.tljSEal'Jcctcm-
lr !1M.:!mttf;rcaml!d ,.! rarui L-xainbiaaia. ToniJ ,t..
l.i ii-iiiawi'nhiirtl u lltii sLbjt-ct, aiwc!! aslo &nu7Jiu
f'oraiali'tii Irt t3iv .riii:n branchcsi.f arriu!tan-, 1 tlic uYign of
thc TRMKR AND FtLK-GROWEIl. .
j To arcomitlitli tjiu, in ibv iinkitat!ircci r. J economical maaiw,
I It l tlroujht a sniall and clicaD w-tk!y shwt will be bcllcr adanu
I id Uiau a iarjc. inonllilj-. Tho I'iRMtE aid rlz.K Gxoh EK will
j benubiishcd v.ceklyatlliddlcbury, on asina'll folio ihcst, and
j o'.d on xlis ro!!ovtag tciun: PAYABLC iv JVAXCE, IX
Flncle coihm, by roall,
Tlirce copiw, -
Fivccopies, - - - -Trn
copirji, - - - -Sinlo
cnpics taken at thc officc.
el J3l W Jkjf&39
fLE mi vur lyLiii iniorins mc iniiabi-
aQ, tants f ,1iddleburv and its vicinity
, . . i ...... , ,
,,mt he 13 n"w ccivin8 h uuhI snpply ot
consisting m pnrt as follows:
Supcrtino Gcnesseo Flour,
Choicc Spirils and IVines.
Loaf and Brown Sugars,
Cofl'eo nnd Spices, all kinds,
Raisins nnd Currants,
Cavendish and.common Tobacco,
iVmoking and Fine Cut Do.
oots and Shoes,
in grcat variety
Gentlcmen and Ladies India Rubbers
Cut and wrought Nails.
"Grcen's" and "SimrnonsV east steel
Lake Dunmcro YVindow Glass, at faclory
Bcst Winterand Fall Spcrm Oil.
Linsecd Oil and Paints,
Batting and wicktng, by the Ball or singlc
Ilats and Cap3.
All of which are oflered low for Cash, or in
encbange for most kinds of country produce.
Noy. 12, 1S39. 2S;6m
PCOlfFTLY KXECCTZB AT TJTW OFFICE.
CorrcspccJcnce cf thc Courier and EnriUirer.
Satu3dat, Dec 20. "
Tiio busines3 thnl was donc in this body
yssterday and to-day, might bc compriscd in ns
brief a sciitence as Ccsar's laconic lcltcr
Met an csecutivc scssion, and adjourncd.
A Cabinet meeting was held lhis"morning,
about which much speculation is aflo.it somo
iiat it rclated to tlic ."Iaine Boun-
, o'.hers afiirming that it IktJ rc'
fcrcnco to somo rumorcd changcs in the Exa. V
The laltcr is:r.at,uartkj;v:
As soon as ihc Journals wcre rcad this rr.o
ing, a resolation as ofTL-rcd proposinK to no.
tify the Senatc, that the Ilouso was organizcd,
and ready to procced ta-business. Objcctions
wer.j madc, on thc gronnd that thc Houo was
facrfriiant.at.Arms) wcrc clio.sen.
pror.ounccd thu motion not in ordcr.
Tiio IIousc tlic-n took upjSIr. IIofTman's
I rcolution for adoptinj; tlic "Rtiles, 6sc. An
j amcndrncut tothc snmo being undcr consider-
ation : tlic fciicct of which amciidment was, to
con'.inuc thc nracticc of rlRcting tl'.e ofiicers
rha voce, intcad of lallct, whicli was ths ol)
jjnct ;,ir. IlotTman had in vicvv. An animatcd
' dcbatc cnsccd, wl.'tch was continued until a.
ootit i o eircK. w;.cn tnc rtmenumeni prcvaticu
by n largc rr.ajority, and t1iu Ru!cs, &c, of the
last Hoikc of Represcntativds wcrc tcinpord.
rily udopted for tho govcrntricnt of thc prc&cat
In thc progrrss cf tho dcbatc, a quccr thing
occurrcd, but coming, as did, fronia queer
man, did no: allract so ir.iich attcntion as tt
I oth'.'rnisc would. Tho llon. Mr Cushing bc.
camo thc ciiampion of tho administration pany
in dofcnding tho principlo of tho viva voce o'c
in oppb?itio:5 to thc ba'.ioit. IIo madca long,
but 1 think thc most fecblc speech I havc evcr
hcr.rd him uuiivcr. Wlicn ho took hisscat, a
eertain chqtic of the loco-foco party, kindly
walked up to him, and I supposo slavcred him,
as a cnt uouid biaver hcrIi:tlcn,firthcsorvicc
tlms rcndcrc.l. Surely thc honorablc Rcprc
sentatlvc frnrn r.Iassachusctts must havc felt
himself flaticrcd by thesc pubhc marks of at
tcntion froih sacirrr-pr.htical sourcc.
- . A cfllLnCUic. IIousc was thcn oidered ; cnd
aficr some limc spciirthereon, it was found
that 201 membcrs pjnswcred to their namcs.
Thc Ilcuoc thcn SSaLg'Ied to the clection of n
Clcrk rz'ra voce. Thu wholc ntimber of vofes
taken wcrc 231. Nece-isary toa choicj, 1 .
Of this nunibcr. Mr. Garland, Clerk of thc latc
! IIousc ofRcprcsentitives, had 113 vo'.cs, Mr.
j St. Clair Clark, 103, nnd Mr. U. C. Mason, S.
So Mr. Garland was dcr .: J duly clccted.
Tlic IIousc ncxt procccdcd to elcct a Sar-gcant.at-Arms,
in liko manner. The who!;:
namht rof votcs, wai 217; of which number
Mr. Dorspy, the prcscnt ScrgeMt. had 141,
and Dr. W. Jor.c?, oftiiiscity, latc Postmas'.er.
7G. U'hcrcupon, Mr. Dorscy was deehred
It wns thcn movcd ilnt thc IIousc posiponc
ur.til Mondny nc, any furthcr clcction of clii
ccr. Upon this propojition a ohtirt convcrsa
tion cnsued, informa'.ly amoug tho mcmbcr',
and Ihc IIousc dividcd, aye- 107 nces fio.
So tho election of printer, doorkceper, &c.
was poiponcd unlil Mnnuay.
Mr. Evcrctl ofFered a rcsolution, whieh was
unaniniously, adoptcd, authorizing tlic appoint
mentof a comrnittec, to notify the Scnatc, thnt
thc Hoi'se had n'ectcd the llm. R. M.T.
Hunter, of Virginia, thcir Snenkcr ; and that
it wos now organized and rcady to procecd to
busincss, and thcn thc Housc adjourned.
It is morc than probable that at onc o'clock,
on Monday, :he Mcssage of the Presidcnt will
HEN-av Clat. The Chambersburgh Rc
pository liius speaks of this cminent man : nconscious oi a.. v u.n.g .. w i ... ... -1
. , n short time hc ratsed hinibclf to a stttitig post-
The elcvatton of Mr. Clay to the Prcsi-Iurc whcn hc was sc;zcd whIl a violelU vomU.
deticy, would not have addcd any thing to hts ; ; aftl.r nhich 10 gradually bccame bcttcr,
famc, nor was it wishcu fr bv his friends for an( vo s; s 0f rcUirning COnsciousr.ess by
the purpose of gnang him add. t.on al honor in , r,h;nin and moanin?, and thcn shook hi.nscli
the cstimation ofMhc world. 1 hc measure of - v;0emyt without ii.termission, for about ten
hts famc has bceflljlled by his own hands, and . mjutM. I ,1(J COUrsc of two hours hc was
the honor he cnjoys is morc subslantial than ns wc, ns cvurf andt apparently in much bcttcr
any that office or placc can bestow. A long -r;ts ian be(ore, Sinro thcn h las con.
hfeof pubhc usefulness, marked by acts thaVjraol in good health. nnd is cvidc.tlv gctting
havc cnaobled his name, and g.vin glory .anoTttor of ,)is formcr diseasc.-Scocima.
renown to hts country, has gained for Iurr, tjb
reputation which will last, and causc his namc V Sagacitv and great valbe of a New.
tobn remembered and honored among men, 1 roUSDLAND Dog. On Fridnv last, a man nam
lcng, long, aftcr the party stnfe an1 partisan:ed Bartlctt, was coming in a cart on ihe road
actorsofhis day have gone down upon the i from Thornford to Bradford, whcre thc road
ebbing ttde of politics to thc shades of oblivion." j was covcred to a considerable dcnth with water,
. T tT" ., , , 'which ran with such violnnce that thc cart was
An Intelligidle Recipe. A lady at ihc overturncd, and Bartlctt under it. Thc dog,
Spnnjrs last summer, beins desirous of ob-! .i,:i, i,.t .,t.;mm;no- .v.mrtlv m ilm hp.nl
tainingthe receipt for making a eertain
pudding to be met nowherc but at Con-
iu3 naii, upjiui.u ii int. sui iiiiciiutjiii.
i- .1. i - : r - i ,!
loriuc suiiic. il was niiiiiuuiaiciv iunusticu
in the following clear and conspicuousterms
" Takc a few eggs, a quantity of milk, a
thingfull of currants, a thingful of raisins
a thingfiill ofmcal, a thingfull ofwinc, three
thinstsfull ol flour, and sweeten to vour
JIatixess or AIonarchv. It is a sinsular
i fact.that therearc now confined in thc pub-
II- , - . . ,11 .1 r
iie ana pnvaie esiaoiisnmenisiorthc treat
ment of insanity in London and-thc neigh
borhood, no fewer than sixty men and
women who consider themselves the legiti
mate but acknowledged sovcrigns of tlie
country ! One female patient insists upon
asserling that she is the real jVictoria, and
that she was confined in a mad house, in
order to prevent her from ascending the
mcst;pertinaciousIy alnrms that shc was
senl lo the asylum" by Lord Slelbourne, in
orSr to makc way ior a iady with whom
hejcas in love, and who n.ow occuttics thc
throtic. It is most laughablc is it, indccii?
to Wjtness thc potnposity v:th whlch tliis
pp.mad crcature struts abcttt thc yard,
cicJini:ng, "Fall back ! clear thc wav for
Tluslrious Quccn Victoria." Phijs-
- nMTZd Pliijsicmns.
'uztils of other JJctis. Some
vor(kmen digginga vanlt in Abbcy Cliurcli
Raniser, llampshirc, found a leadcn coHin,
supjosed to havc coiitaincd thc rcmains of
a y7ting femalc, but from. thc timc it Iiad
lain inerc noiinns was louna m it ul a
, quant;ly 0f Ion2 plaitcd hair. of a i cddish
color. with a part of tlie scalp atlaclicd lo
it. - i hc lia:r was m a good statc ol prescr
vati'on, occasioned, it is supposcd, by tlic
nourislimcnt aflbrded it bv thc bark on thc
wsc. Tho collln was not lain in the
tfMia' dircction from east lo west, nor was
it sc.'dered, but bandcd togcthcr iu tiie
ron;licst nianncr, and witlioitqlit any in
scriptiun. It is conjecttircd that it must
havibccn placed therc bcforc tlic Clitncli
wasiuuilt, whicli ts ncarly 1C00 ycars sgo.
jat Whcal Marhtt in Ohio. A writer
in ihp Zanesviiio Ohio Republican staics
hnt tjisre have becn two miliior.s onc
hiinrircd iifiy tlicusand bushcls of grain
sold - this year in that country. This is
farming to somo purposc.
Fir&r Bn:aaE orait the Nile. Tlic
works on tliis underiaking wcrc com
nicnccd last ycar, and 21,000 nien aro now
empbycd upon thc bcd of thc river, thc
constniction nf dams Szc; bcsidos .110 carts
500 carpcnters from Alcsandria. To
provitlc for any dcficiency of laborcrs. four
rcginicnts of lnfantry arc cncampcd in thc
Tli?? gignntic bringc will bc crcctcd on
thc saiujii cornerof thc Dclta, twcnty-fivc
ini!c Jm Cairo, just al thc point whcre
u" 'jKr:y'f''"J2'" branches. It is
interTcolo cut a sluicc, to kecp up thc
waters in wintcr and snrinE. and canals
nrc to bc cut from thc river to irriatc tiie ,
!and. A rai!;vay. clcven miics in lcngili,
has bccn commcnccd, to communicate bc
tween thc stonc quarrics of Motratum and
thc bridgc. irc;c Era.
ESTKAOP.DIXAKV IKSTANCE OF TIIE XO.V FA-
talitv oi- Puusstc Acio A fev days nco a
favoritc c'og, bclonging to Mr. John Ruthven
of Edinbnrgh, having bcen for two or thrcc
ycars in a dpclining statc of heahh, owir.g, it
is Lchcvcd, to poiscn having becn by sorrc
malicious pcrson, wickcdly administcrcd to
iiim, it was Found r.ecessarv to lcrminate his
exiotrncc by giving him a tloscnf prusicncid
Accordinzlv. cn cxtra laitro dosc fncarlv :t
tcuspoonful, tlic fourlii part of which was suili.
....... I.n.,n -l... n Mr..It.. ..
.iui- ...Cu .m.; i.iumv ui
iv; . irOJl , auuui au u .mnu.c e.apse.
Ociorc 11 nau any cnect, wiicn no uroppeo
down, giving several yclls, and thcn went into
strong convulsions, writhing nnd tumbling
about from sidc to sidc, and exhibiting many
other symptoms of spcedy dissolution : at last
ho lay quiet, aimost without signs oflife, ex
cepting now nnd then hnid breathing. He
continued in tiii 3 statc ncarly half an hour,
wben, strangc to relatc, he cavc cvident indi-
cauon ol. 'U'"'S - -"ui. bu 4
0ftho horsei m;ssod tle nian and thc cart, and'
Lrning back. divcd, and seized Bartlctt by the
COIlar Ol IIIS COat, UrClV Him iruiJI Uliui-r llli;
. .... .., , , i
cart, nnd swam witu nnn to tlie nanu, wucn no
cot over into a flcld
As soon as ihedogsaw
the man safr, hc immediatcly plunged into thc
water again, swam and seized the horsc by thc
car. kept his hcad abovc water, and brought
him to tho bank. Bartle'.t. who had by this
timccomc a little to himself, tan down thc field
to whero the dog wasstill keeping up the horee,
which hc cndcavorcd to extricate from the
shafts by cutting tho harness, but couid not un
fasten the bel!y;band. Hc then ran a little dis
tancc, and procured a largc flint stone, and on
his rcturn found the dog still hplding the horsc,
ihich immediately sunk, but sflorlly afterwards
appcarcd again on the surface of the water ;
and aficr a timc the dog, which had nevcr let
go his hold, brought the horso to a placc whcre
ho was got out of tho water and thus saved
thelife of both tho man aod his horse. SAer.
ihrbnc of her forefathers.
tho usc of
warm night caps is a custom certainly inju -
rions to thc organ of hcaring ; and therc cnn
bc no doubt that dcafness nrising from cold is I
vcrv of;cn caused by perocs s
i i i i n , .
op I" "rannei. " ?o uay time,
even m wintcr, gomg abroa-.i witii tlie cars
completely cxposcd. Thc insufncient drcss
ot tnc iauies aiso reuuers lueni ncculiarly Iiaulo
tocatchcold; and hcncc deafiiess frenucntlv
cnsues. In sligbt cast-3 a lit;
i't'c cazide Colcns
a..ni;c,! iKdMn.-l it., ,,. nn.l nh..r.r. .!.m
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s ? -""V -
complatnt Bost. Lom. Adv.
Wliooping Coug'i. W'c havc bcfore pub
Iished a vcry simple but cfiectual rcmcdy for
this dist-asc. whirh is goitig its round. In hopc
of being abio to rchevo some of thosc who nre
sufiering, we havc Uc.i induccd to rcpublish
tlic rctnedy, lest somu n;ay not havc noticcu
andothcrs forgottcn it.
Jlix thc cxprcsscd iuicc of gnrlick with bran.
d"or coinmon hily, in thc pronortion of
half a pint of brandy. Tho bcst way of p
EFFCTS OF DRESS ON TUE EAIt.
his remarks on tho ear, savs that
paring it, whcn timc will permil,is to pour thc ' 1,1 s-c' circu.nstances as to makeit tiitf
spirits on wholc clovcsorgarlick. ti.nd 1st it rc cu.h ? procu-c tbc few s.'ulhngs left unpaiJ on
main scvcral davs bcforc using. This prepara- I '''IX" . . . r ,
,- .. , , I't 1 ti .? 1 onns LaJv. Aprearanccs nrc oftcn dccci
t.on must be rubbcd uell on t!ic spinc, tnorn- ; fa, u u Ga,; Ulmii t0 fat!)er a..a
ing and ovcning. U ht-rc thc distase is very , mv.ct- ,0 8s!: t VCR for cne ,,,;y . but unexpf cicJ
sevcrc it may be rubbed ovcr thc brcnst, and j sirkns in our family has totally tshausicd oar
on thc palms of the hands, and the solcii of the little tncan1'.
fect. Luncastcr Intelligencer; J Uaker. (pocketing the mor.cy.l Twa apd
. j s'.isrcncc a wcck i, r.ot enougli. "Ye gang about
t... a r...... 1-.,. ,,.;,! toou wi a grand boa, and a finc siik diess, v.-hiie
Aexpis e Ram A funnj suit . mr wile naBa wear a ,,d shaivlani, a'col,on
camc Oil wcck bcfnw last, bctwccn IvO j 0-orii i,Cenu5e 1 he likcs o've will tat an Inr.e-t
farnicis :it Pownal, Vt. Gcon;e Laydcn 1 1 nian's bread wiuot paying fm'i. T h? fine lippet
had a vcry furious masculinc s-iiccp, which jvo hae aotica on mauahae cost, may L-e sa
hc was v.ont to lct run upon the lr'hv.-aj. iS0?riIc? S!,,n""' '
i. . - O ' 1 S. Il ,5 IpiTi.'T (.11.1 thu vnnl.(T TttTiP .nlA.mi
A ncignbor of ilr Lr.vdcn's had also a cow
wliich hc was drivtng h
wmcli hc was tlnving itomo Irom pnsturc,
with her ycung cal:,on a ccrtain occasion.
As thc cow was ias-,ui2 l;b rsir.-3iiir. wlio
was "t-annt on tlic lugliway &s usual, tiio
ram Took it into his licad to buf. thc calf.
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w!r,c!i !ic l:nocked Fei!M-lc.r. Rotli ihe cow
a:tu lier inater unlertoou to ptintsn tlic
ram for this tiiccc of brutflitv, ar.d tlurin
thc attack upon him, the anitnal got the
bettcr of tlic man, and gavc iiifu a sevcrc
biiltmg, broke onc o! ht3 nb?, and hc was
laid ut for z inontli in consequencc. For
tcrt (te.'cnciant in 87 so (laniagcs and cost.
Takixo tihngs cooi.lv.
A nicrchant of
tliis cily, who is as uoiorious lor Iiis wit
he is for tent.crc.lu:cnT, w5 sccn a day
or two Stncc watchllig the town ciock With
intensc ansicty for al lcast a half lioun As
the hand movcd towards tlic terriblc hotir
of thrcc hc was obscrvcd to bccome morc
and morc agitatcd. At h-nglii Ihc ciock,
, . .7 . r.r ta 1 ,
hcanl to groan for thc darted credit of
manv a good fcllow.
" ija. ha rcxclaitncd thc mystcrious onc,
rubbing his hands in cxtacy, ' I'iii a happy
u'I-.h'j tbo ,.,.iior?" -,J- n fr-:n! .
man tlie on atronv is over
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,0,, isdi-timcd, Inr that bcll has brought
sorrow t0 manv.
1 t i - n ve 1
flere have I bccn slandtnff for
.. j j .
half an hotir in an anxions cxpcctation of
hcaring the ciock strike three.
,vVVcII you hae hcard it what then V
"Why I hate suspense. I had a note
to pay to-day I couid not raise thc windi
It's now laid over so lct's go takc 'somc
th.ng to drink. Allons." Baltimore Clip
Ar.,n. ... r' . . . l. .
this assaull ar.tl battcrv. thc su:t m oucstton Pue younx ladv t-fms'f
was brought aainst ;ir.Lavden, owncr of Oh, aye," siid the baker, " tva
of his rani.nia.Mhtv. -As a p.-opci- e-inph fm;;""u li u,,wn " y.u wn"
to all othcr valorous rams, tiic turv inulca- r.,.,i '
w..o ... u.iuu.i. iu nnu ine smoKing oc morc pcrtecl. It is cs3cn-
prehend at u gla.ice ihe pn-sent condi.ion ol the , ,;al for lhc fir rat(J ba ,at tfc fc , M
Canadas,nndlodetermiuelhe issueof tlie vanous u , rA. oi. : .. i .
questionswhicl..,owasitateihepeopl The ' b.3lC.0r" J;.nt '. f ny tliinB is used to
queitions assume almofi daily new phases, and a,"1 '." "tttnnS' " sl.ould bo in i tho first part of
arebecominginvolvedwihl.jcilinicrcsts. tlic time, aud corn bc givcn for fivo or six
First, llie new Governor General commcnccd ' "ecks preyious to shuglitering. The pork of
his f.flicial duties b) proclainiin; that a tinion of corn-fed pigs i!I be hnrd ond ccmpact, and tha
theUpperand Loivcr I'rovinces is sougbt and kidnev fat instead of boing soft and unctious
earnesily dcsircd by the Home Government J,ko IarJ, will bo solid likcbref sunf.
apd l,c oursues ihis subject b.ddly. Tlie Coun- i ,nc bcst cstablishments for making bacon
c.loflheLov.-er Province, unamn.ously, v.e be- ,hrcc pncks of salt and ono pound of sahnetro
heve, voted m favnrof the measure : Imlin replv .,.', r ... ,, . . ,' , ' ""'l"-1
to tlie Messai-e cf the Governor by tlie Leffisla- ) 15 ,,iscd ,for cver-v '" I'unds of pork, tho
tureofthe Upper Province, louching this ques-, s)ait ' bc menfureJ' nnd "e saltpetrc to bc rc
ticn, that body has indulgcd in uiuch nngry du- "uced to powdcr, thoroughiy incorpqrated or
b .te, and it was thouglitat our Jast advices, ibat , niixcd.with it. iNonc but thc best sait sholild
a vote disanprovinzoftbeunion would bc passed bc uscd in makinff bacon. At ilm vnniti. ilmt
or at lea5t, ihat therc would be a tie vote upon
it. Pa.tiesseemiobe iseekin? new elemenn of
organizanon in Ihe Lppcr 1'ronnce-and, at
P.resc"1 wcareat aloss to dcterraiue
: ilieir rda-
proposiltnns ol uov. inompson to
thc Upper Province is, that, aftcr the union tho
deht ir.curred by soid Province in prnsecation of on thc meat, nnd thcn libcrally sprinklcd over
several schemes of internal improvemcnt shall be , thc outsidc. Therc is little dangcr of ovcr
j u'ntly assumcd and liquidated. This debt a- salting from quantitv; it is length of time tho'
mountstoSS 504,000. ! produccs thc result. Thc meat is to bc laid
The appiebension iscntertamed by the lova - ,i,n et.: ,, j,... , , ,a'u
istsofthe Lower Province, that a democratic I h 1,10 . S ,n e rdow" g'J casks, lhc
majoritv would be reiurned to the Union Assem- j llarns anJshoaIdcrs first, nnd thcn the smaller
bly, and a conscquent colli on belween Her Ma- j P'cees. balt must bc sprinklcd ovcr lhc bot
jesty's authority aud the Uepresentatives of the ! tom of thc cask, beforc the meat i iaid in. At
people. All tlie loyal or British papeis in Low-j thc fourthor fifth day the men; must botakca
r Canada oppose a union unless tiie loyalist are ' up nnd agr.in thoroughiy rubbf-d with thp sah
to be protecied against the encmies if British ; At this pcriod of tho rirocess, somo usu n t,.-,
Institutions' -which we interpret as meaning Upoonful of powdcrtd red pcnner to eacl. n?-'
pro:ection agaicst the sovereijnty of the peon!e. I ' a . 1 V-p r 10 ca?'' PieCe
Should n uui.m be consuinmatcd, and the insti- I
tutionofa United electtve Assembly be one of
thc conditions ol'the union, there is no greairea
son to doubt but that it would shnrtly be under
the control of the popular will, and the influence
of this will upon the destinies of the Union must
greatly depend upon the princip!esof the orgaai
zation of ths Assembly. Caledonia.
Tiie Scotcii baksp. im Lodos. We copv tiic-
followini from a rcnort cnder tl.e head rf
1 " Westminster Court of Reqacsls,"in one of our
i. roiunu, luu-priccu ua.'ter, raiu unuiis m-
vcekly baicn of miacrable dcbtors to tbU Court
bakcrsarenot, geaerally speaiintr. celebratod
; for benerolsnce. esncciallv Scotch bakers-strn
, Irej :ni0 th plainl.lPs box, papers and ledcrer in
band, to nnkc ?oo.l his claim to 23s. for bread
1 suplicd tn a ?.Ir. John Howard.
i A tall young woMian.wearin? a Iiandsi
! mantilln, and cvideatly careful lo exhibit thc
cxicrnais ol "cnuiity. presccteu lierse:i toanswer
. tliederaaivJ. rler a.' niiTbtJia
tue bollowcl.t.k and sp ire-Torm, proJucel IV
catly sorrovr ?T ,,rivation. or both-prevente i a
c;oscr approxunaiion o s;ie tratli.
A Couimtisior.er. Is iheamount dispated.
Yitii:s Lndy. Cer:ain!v not; I havo onlv to
sav, on thc part ot mv latlicr, Ibat Iie smcerely
regrets his taalnlily toselllc tlie amouul at or.ee.
Cliairm.ni. And Suw will you pay it 1
Young Lady. 1 l-ave 5-i. tn cfler now. and
my fatliiT wishcs to have Ihe induljcnce of paj -the
rcst at half a crown s week.
Corr.missioncr. The bill is fcr bread, n-d it
1 yeur appearaccc. I r.hou!d tlnnk your fatl er rp-
if j couid witii :irudcncei.cssat hss cosi I would
; d so, b.it upon a rcvpectablc exterier, on my
t'J'!, -s 1 icachcr f music. depinds ihe su'um'
"V"- , "
, 'l'i; '.W'Wm ' V
, papi-rs into his iiocKtl.J .s for liie baavoual
. luu.c ,3j ,lul veil this m.jrnhig to raise a
ifcw siiillin'jsto pay you tli;- tirc vcu havc iut
J received, and lo providc food fur ihoe vho l.ave
lai'cd little elsc h'TOnd drv bread for thc las:
wecL. Tlie linrel 1 baye on was kindlv Icnl ine
by my landlady, as tlie (by is wet nnd cc.'d."
" v ell. r.lr. liaHvr, u tln- utinirman m a
tone of coniPirton. "pirhaps you will nirrce lo
a week wa
j ' Mak it jist what ye like " said the baker.
I Thc ordcr was made and Inndeil to the vountf
1 In 'y. Asslic w.n lenv ng ilic Court thc baker
l sioprcu ncr. - jic rue unna o' inct uu oi paper,"
, t0 herhand, "takboekyere.oo.t.piece.nnddinna
. fash your?el nt a' w.' ihc v. eikly iiaymt-nt. Ye
1 shall hae a fuur puad loafiRn day at my shop,
; ani1 ,e Y ly me just whrn yi-'reable, and it I
' "f S"'L:;?1 lZ''L,e, U ";! J "
, mmd, voun? leddy," said be tuiully. " in ye
dcalwi'nr.y itl.cr bakcr, l'sc pit tbh order m
J force cgin yera fatlier."
I The young lady lookcd her gratitade. The
j baier lni 'anidicd.
l tSf - ' "c cnrsce i-araer.
tT l -,i!AKING BACON.
TJ 1 . r .
I nc " arncic 01 use in ncany cvnry
family in this country. yct vory little attcntion
is paid to itfpceparatioi) by most of our farnt
ers. It is cno"agh for thorn that tho hims ato
takcn out, sahed a'f randomsmoked in an Im
perfect manncr, ani tffts isJhen called bacon.
The wostorn part of Virginia is most famous
for its fino bacon and thosc at thc north who
havo inaubstanec adopted tho -modo purstled
there, find their bacon grently improved.
Too heavy hogs. r.ro not as good for bacon,
as smaller, if cqually well faf.ed. Ono that will
wcigh two hundred is largc cnough, as the salt
will striko throUL'h the niecei? morn pnu.illv.
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whicli is proo'uced at thc Iver.hawa works at
thc first chn-stalization Is nrr.r,n,l. i !.
or.u . r ... ' ,
i , . " , , " .
or ",at Prouuceo "7 cvnporation, is to bo cho.
" . . ("- muu uy ui.iur i.uia.
, L lie preparcd salt is to bc thoroughiy rubbjd
;," ;lI"-'u niter miy bloody ,
mnuro hrinc ilmf mi. c X ..
... , j ,mtu lufniea minecasic
is rcmoved. In about two weeks, tho smaller
pteces will bo fully salted, and should bc tak-n
from thccask,and thc rcmainder rcpacked
those that were nt tho top being now placed at
the bouom, nspressure will prevent thc passaeo
of thc bnn9 through tho meat, if tho position cf