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Vm nlYuId thii't lonped lot Whit Qnu
' n' -I'll 'nerr,ntr ee:'-' ' v ' '
- .."llote tb(rrfReuW!tii,v.Sf .y-'
' ttk An4orth piior blacks (sh..' '.ft f ; . '.:
- Eul ll 1 fer io do guotl,i t- j (o jV.'i
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,-. Vf .i,'.ve cijmea the Rock MoiiU!ilii,.':y
& An4trM-eie rarna wa.i iv. v 'i
ijtnftflriwit eloetUiiiW '.i,) ;r'
' 1 knew ouiwhera I'll rde,. '-Af n;-
JJutiUcy rll too aliv. ., (,., tin
' .i Swn;hjr kn()iv,,tooanuth for pie,; K J ' ;
1 went to fMifomin," M
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' " rnn vrfe IrfllTl- Wied tOftet tj'ifi
, ' ; -r Jtut bay aJVunrttrnd ruiwr;!,'',,. i f v.'
. V if- And ery4rrioal-i:W tj.i-.i 5i
- v Will ku;k awrinto pi,, v - . ; ... .,
! l '"'V-- . , W. will hol'ain miU yt,- ? ;".t
j" ittfVe tniiunt-'ifive'tliOTB JeaalO MrW.'.ovr j-
, V( ;i! t fi .htni.if mcu y ill pn oa doyn.i
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Miscellaneous. THE PLEASANT RESULT.
' vrY..'ai1"nC,o 'ster-'if r tall,
. -- ndotatioii
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,1 Ui riuirf fi.ceHhouitH i
r .Jl 'bhaT1,efl1.tbe.i1lfrfil
i d 1 tt. ... . 1 1 adr w.rinca iiinvn
Vi,j X.i4fM0iV of fcerrterk iiiue yet,-i
T 'Inew 1 l'..-a heri nf tVfl that ibt was w
' ijdig fnore'lfmrr human; . liut wiib all
. . ; A V;i;iiiip-.Vihi fif WMs."at times. niiierdwlle-
, .f.-i, .itoi.iiit.-i..-.i ..U,n. w .nio nf
-V M'b- ld a"ndthef listeffllarya pnulish
' , ' k. n'lv i.. ... h i-.. mt,n Trf k
irw-W. had kMinl'flfieh..
" iymna'tliies were ever wane, Tof lhe physicsiiy
. iyaV beiced of bin), after partaking of :some
lvffi.mits;f6 'wtVr'bCb.- ni herself
rtoi dni-iil''l f-r 'irf- (he ld nshioned parlor
r-'ianiberrwl e e n'.ony i MiHUet and Ifonored
!.',. 1 w ....: ),,.,.., , .
ad lesie, iiieir wearu a oroies, ana t,au
lie w iu(fovs;'ana "thtfcw arpond' the' homely,
thputn tomfuftsble room.
star Maty fcid' gone fo jisil a sick friend,
it was ddUFbefore we law ber come lei
n .., .u , v
: V.. S.T."''. "t? , " i. k1 vir.,.I
i Trj; l"T , vrV '
-, ,,.vv,ien 1 h'Wbat ahnuld make yoi ;,th
v.' Wlf wfiOse.lfaveUMia; ,UUB M.,lliain,iiie
A ;lg.frViyrSl'rtie lane ihatMed lothe.hanseX
)t Mtiytew'bialDovjeteoaieiiowiv, :gJno;
' . lisie. Elma Ji.saw plin,;y that sume sport
- was to be bad, il possible, wnlipilisacririciiig
We heard the front door opem4vo or tiuee
'; , teared irp4rfindMbe i.k n;
Hall-and whose cloak I" "-o-.-nv-tiiiie
. 'Oh; tbey--bBloiig to v- young man
oing lo.pirid a fe,daya wiifc , atwerva
'..Eliza again, wiih ihejnosi provofiiu csIok
ress. ' "He is resfinO lifiie wbllle Ifi ttie p;
-:' lur ChainbefJUhB" will be-if; w.i.-:ai,iii,u.
' V'; SiswfiMaYyilid not waitto bear the sentanoe-
'...fluiskedj bwr hs)iry throwing prj.;her ooilrt
and shsviwas ii Hie hall arid bad ascended,
v the stairs before w had time to thUiwhelh&r
:'"i,' i.h'.niiie-rjUhkr Wilt he-Af ! ! Watjun.'ni
t SisrefiMaYyUid flot waii to hear tfia sentanoe-1
. her ',00
VtuJiUtti rr,,.Jo- i.nH i,m to rhliil'whethtr
rti watbestto'ctfll ker tick or-doE i w
- li u... wurm n-eather. and our cuert had
hUilnnr nertiv onen. and with a Jorge
;jea( tail jn bis band had thrown himself
. ... . - . ..r
ti - a wuin;. sua u s ibuuiinc m, mvs ir imb-
. .inf nnn 'I li f..n hiii f.iw h so that it
Ipfotebead ond hsir, wch.ciusjpVji'irtild
V ,V 1. v.t w 1,1 ' -
' . ...r..iL .nv.nn.l.,l inii InhtvA
, rit, buCg;ii"g. o fciiriipsBofibe ihori brown
. ' -sirelcned'arm rushed arrow the room,
-'f binding-wver'lffe'eleeperi ami. pushing -aside
' the fan. gave him a most hearty and awtetlyi.
.kissKv- i'.-- .--.- ' f-
The.yurig mtnaked auddenl and
- i ne .ypung Binn sseu suuoeni ana
r;i prestly HTazed at DniJing himself in the
j embrace! a young giiL . V But -.our staler
it wa bad ! I . ? ","'":"
,(f .lt .'. som (noraents before abe" fairly
' ,prelie.ndei( bet siiuation, nd yeat'uteo.tbat
i.e'rwiia be lore her w as entire atrauger. '
Litza and '.myself .had followed, bet,'
L 1 were atauding a, little' w'iihout the door,
, jj-ing, to the superlative degree. Iht
v .ace ne being' enacted within. ,. .' ,-r" ;'
Kcoveniig her elf-possysioil. Ot las',
.,' viutim itirued 10 escape, but' stopped
; , -.V : n' the sight of her tninieulcrs, and
; n j a chair, covered lieY,coiifused'(
wi'h both linuili aud burnt into teuls. '.
'II, is bus loo much for Eliza's kind
an-1 khe h. -'.'ly stepped forward, begg.ng
an'! : i.i.ly explaining' mailers lo'our.
-. t..ni,U-ilui,st, while Miy. aeeiug the parage
tit , r, nume gooil her icm. I.
VV (ollowed, but IW oii.J Ot ;..u:r!ll
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' :NeffSeries:hv;;:;c iRTON. P REBLE COUNTY7 0. SEPT, 4, 1856 -- .-r
conld Indiicg cm cdtjr,bcl -ricrmi'izVd is(r
lo b icen In lh pil(U llit evening as for
two dry rtipt. rollowed.it kfpt bcl foom
closely. Vfntuiin out, when .fhe knew Mr.
Harlqw-wti , no! in, the bmxe. ct wa taf ly
hut up"in kin own mom f AV begged herptr
djrt tfin "4 gsim' and although (lie decUf
ed ihe.fLerwIit-d ta drdnen agoinit us, we
;ould not prtviil upon her lo allow tie to girti
krr a rormal iiitfuduciidtt to tie yoonj mn,,,--Suen
M""rie delicacy at. last created a
most afdeut denire in our juegj lo iea Ui jk
seor;'n(l Jie Unglilnily declared b4'waif0r
inn lo iay until lie had tired her out, and sbe
m forced losetk'air and exercise, ,
.She wearied t last, or, auen close eon tine
l ji i.l !.,. . 'U..Ltfcd mn.K i n tar han
liritothe orchard.- .V bad nieo aeat there
under a larpe apcti Hr'e.tnd throwing heraalf
i ufon.tl, mf torgeltiox rbr while her rnorun
;' jcaijon, tWgeve herself Up to pleasant tool's
UnJ the perusal of ter book. if iVV 4
che mu8t have remained .thefV'loBcer than
ah had designed, for It not unlil fiatcr
Eliea lad. ypn into tt: kiijchai W.ae about
dinutr. Hint Mr, Harlow arose and yawningh
drciarcd irint fie mutt walk ajroanl lid la to
tea if lie could net pickup a relish for the
good lhiua leaped uppq.liia at'our noon -tide
metihf .-?B.1:.,frrt v t r. , .'v
. was no sooner alone than I hastened to
sisiec'a'room, to l'ry ' for tbe foriielb time to
,U!imuo0u her from lhe. foolish course. I found
her uor open and the room vacated, and with
a, njerry'hop J hurticd to the kilchen with the
Ct v and lo dlcus willi aisler Elizo the pro
babilUieSof an untxpecltJmeetmt jumewlicre
an 'he; rirtmifes. ; Vl. . . . ,:.
... ripn co iioriieL ' tfaitr biia, wun a mean
ing amiJe, ;"and aee M she Uoe hrs,jf no
nmui, wiiiib i s.(ty auu neiu outou gev inc
dii.u.i on I he iable:" ' " '.
,ri.o,y .uvtohnd, dirtcte my
, ,0WarjJ ,lie jjo (.It u L u i 9 let Iimk rgiiill
iniruded ij!self, 8ii(i,l iwiliclively looked back
fitf nrfkiijiPFriitilil ! .- fc " . .
j A tympirjhelia, feeling "mUst,' at the same
n)''mcu,have inKen pojsefsion or sister tnza
n viic I' nil cohie.'to the (tour lo look Oder mc
and seeing irijf basitsloh, leactej out s plale
sbe held ill her fiaiid.'taying, with aoo'.ber droll
pirffs;;iin of ouuillfiiilire. " '
1 7';-rr-ir.:, "'.T.i' " r. V ' . v
1 I went back and' took tbe 'plate, ana tnui
T?f:.4 W"Mbt fpeif.rtnc. of unwarranr.
1 airiunif ineiaeeu leaves. 10 lane eareiui sur
ty Deyoi;a,.Bn(i, was rewarcca oy jair view
th appia tree
one was near,
j . .. - . -. . . - -
ill smicr wiy, sealed miiter
baedteajnew as in wke W eiir
W.latte Mr. Uaflu.w, (t ih hand,
U 'h- CaUiiiclioed lo beliei; she knew more
.'-. .-,.; .;...' ji
ble to rise from
start, arid, drop
lack to? the' licuse and made
much to the amusemerif of those who
, ri;.a ..JuH Miith m mm.
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H P 4 alressed . ,
"7-' V'.'J1? U WaLw
M . Wt hMjl '
.be pld fli-ids i Oh ! otil ,.fettt Merf wont,'
, 'If unv nil until we had rung bur little dinner
r r , . " . . T . , ..
. hi.li lhe a.'cnnd lime, that our cuear maae
"O ' 1 . .
looking as well satisfied as; though he
gained a kingdom.'' . V ' '
- ?rreireaUf. aeaie.i at ane uuisj.
our scrupulouHl, puncluaj fathet uouldjiever
t ri,.-t I., ia cP,r JinBpr wamnfe for anV one.
bur with bis naoal urbanity and kind dearie
make a stranger iael at houiu, be begged Of
Harlow to- be aeated, assuring hini that
tirla bad nrenawd a uiOsletoellenl dinner
it would nut 00 lo let the anr.es spoil
He inquired paniculaily about
did not understand
Um m.tltrs stood, imiocently .lupposing
Vll' td equieocatinglyMiHimated, that it
nk eiigni jnuiBnosi ion toai.naa canacu per
("vursroin raqipery who w.ucwbi ;jui'
cry standing. He u.quircd p.ficU
..'.,.,- , i,.p,i,
Ij.!'.!....!.. u. 1 . Tk. , ti n ,1 ,.1 ,anl 1 l.VV fe-,.
iaiseli io laopirora her-dignHy to inltreat
setf in oei.fjoUshnesv east e.aiy glance
her glasses j and 4eC ht lipa work into a smile,
sufficient to betiay hraielatipnsbip to tbe
ctaimsd. the a
u. Ireature who -had . been the . rod ing, cause,
eut merriirieni, wnue vine,-, vianus . lengia
art ictainistl. me auemion oiaiiana..a geneiai.iu
iit Aiabtlile followed, i! '. t,.V, ivi,. '',
rr- Tlit ifieioooo and avenina. a mar be
'agi0td, nty eideraiatei aad myself hd,icrt-
len I leitana lOurrseivea ee-. artt,: WC-.COUIU, lor
nulm Harlov was aiUntentUpOfioonliniiing ibe
upoa Iqaaiatanee he bad commenced tn lb morning
l. 1 i l r..M ,k....,k 4l.iV n,i,ili-.!i
r - -
i mnu 'iir.ui-ein- hmm . vcuih
hiilUorre. iii iler Mary'i raWtrlletttio
the esliin trait of character.; ',-! - ". -w!-
I Matteta progreaeed tapidljr, and when,
t.im U,t mult e me. we ere neilher SUronsea
tpor inclined to turn .into; :iidicuie Jt eerioiia
and lle.liad iakeO Jeave of ouv aarenlsand
jennte into lhe p(iog to bid. the- young
ridieus,' 1 ?; -sr h )! w
r Bikitr Msrvlwhf5 littlne by a tablev turning
was 0'm the leaveatyf an albiiim but we ae
rm In,, molsttire 1n hevev. and Ibe Slight quivtr-
tn nt her lios that . abe- wsr indulging!
tiionrhte ouite encommon io her, and with
i,,t..i fr and serious-thouehis, we- aave
pur.ingMiand tooilr. brothM'a friend-and
draw. Unrinr? ihetWO tlOOC, i ,1 i.-t'V'l.
From the window tn the upper nan w
a view of Ih- lumbering aiage heard
irer.tle good bve''-aw "the.UsL lingering
look." and with heart filled with tenderness
siaterof whose aociely -we began
i-emtFoi oe rouoeo, w ;-r..
u.i.1...... I.,,,,,,,,;.. a ...t n,t
Without inciinnlioft 10 teOse, and Olieo
ri.-nrKsi.wr fun the ueeli,ia that had
iu ourtuiosi. .. i , '. j-vJ-'i'ty '.'
S,x months a fie, we were c. led agS,.
say ..heu." t ihc. moiher, u.t, El'ta
myself. Marywa. leaving us s hnppy
fWlr.l.m.e.rtmen are tbeaalt.of the
p'ret'y -irt, may be taid ta be the aog'i.1.
From the Hartford (cann.)Times.
FALL OF THE "OLD CHARTER OAK."
l,iri,inU....M rk..Un.v .1 it.n..
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out crash during the great storm at qoartri be
fore oue o'clock IhiH rnorninf , t A uuut 21.)
Thi noble old free atood oponthe beautiful
proiKiils of j Hon, Jisae J, 8iuit, late; the
Wyllys"; estate, in tt1 southern part orthecity.
About I life yean' ago, aorre ,)xys built a fire
In the hollow ofihis tree, which bomtoatthe
punk, and though Mf. was' feared that tbia
woultf kill ileuen. a not the fact rrt-sti
aeouta spiunn out he next sprinr, and Mr.
Mart look cieat pains lo preserve this valued
relio of the original foresta of New England,
but mote especially in'eresting aa the tree tn
which Ibe old British Chailer of Connecticut
was aecreW and preserved. A- tbia time the
hollow In the trunk of tbe old oak was so
large lhat 9 (ra company of IWeniy-teven full
grown men stoor! op in it loeelher -..:! .v--
Mr.. Sloarl bed a stout door nuide to shut np
the eoirance, and he also placed tin caps opon
the slpmps of broken limbs, and tor the past
three or Tour year freah sprouts- nave grown
upon moaf of- ttr limbs,-. tbonjb o' her limbs
Were decayina.. At the time of i!a Ull, young
and frch. acorns were growing on every par
of it.- Thousands of people are viaiiirta- the
tree, and bringing away suoh sprigs ind parts
of limbs at Mr. Stuart prrmiia. ia f . - ' :'
watebman Bulier.aava he stood at the head
of the street at the time of the eraah. ' The
wind tisd been blowing freshly from the north
west Tor an hour or mor, He first bt-ard
loud crack, and taw the Old Oak sawyipg in
lhe breezei t crackling noice followed, then
the erath-all within the ppace of half a mm
titL.nft Ihf. fiimniia mnnarrh of the fnrnrt.
whose history is so intimately entwined in that
of Connecticut, aa prosliate upon the earth 1
One- thousand ytars ago, when it was in the
prime of life when ita years wete half num-
hfrrhd its far veacmng Drancnes hfl sportea
m fiercer storms and moreswilt-wingea winds
But now. since full two thousand years have
miled and waned upon ifs 'youth, i's prime
and Hi decline, it ana become gray ami ue-
oreptvtiul Hill w it tenaoioit of : life, itttill
eltinr to the, Joreiv. spot 'winch gave it biria
by lis tar reaching roots, running a long way
up inlo tlio beautiful hillside and downward
to lhe sharp eat below; Pirmly, f, proudly,
tbe Oak atood, seemingly-, conscioua .that Na
ture bad marked, out for Us own accommoda
tion one of the'.'mosl enchanting retreat in
the Stale, 'and that destiny bad accorded to h
a notable end eterlaaiing hialorio page ii the
I lory of Onneoiicul one of the patriotic aod
original thirteen Slatee of the Union. ,. ;-
; Proudly it had atnod, a Rd when tottering
with age and reduced lb riviere shelf df a few
inches, by the eleady inroads of Time itself,
it still clung with fondness to the Moved spot
on which it had wilnrtsed the decay and down
fall of many of ita awocialee-tbe pall, and the-
Dioouy-wars 01 m ren man. anu tnereq man-a
deoay--ih birth a.ld death of reneraVohs oT,-
iu, whose ax bad cut away its
radee of the olden time. Bat!
Ing a fair exterior, it' wos Inwsrd
Id hito ms
ly wasting away, and wsa obliged to yield and
fall m a slorm far less severe lhaa many, thou-
aands that bad preceded it., '
. Be lore Governor, AV'yllys came lo America,
he sent his steward forward lopreprre a place
for bia residence. Aa he' was rutting away
the trees upon the hill side of the beautiful
"Wy Hy'aTlace' a deputation of indians came
to him and requeued lhat he would spare thia
old hollow Oak. They declared lhat it had
been the guide of their ancestors for cento-,
riea." It was spared, to fall thiailny, having,.
finally yielded to the process Of natural decay,
The tree measured thirty-three feet in cir-
enmftrence at the bottom, and it has broken!
so s' to leave eight feet of stump on one;
e, "and ji feel on, the other the stamp
mensurtnr twenty one feel in eircumfeieuce
at Ha top.'' '" " f.i-;t: .-';.
A party of vounr ladies and gentlemen, say
the Albany Jtnicier4oeef? went' out riding one
evening lat ayek( and atoped et a tavern
short distance from the city, .where they had
f upper.. Afier 'which, they amused themselves
by getting up a marriage. a squire; wnowa
at the place at the' time, .was called on and
mained a coup.e. Everything appeared l
off as merry as lha 'occasioh required; :'The
biidr appeared tot be delighted with her new
li lie. and the groom was, evidently,, nevet bet-
tt ntA.p.l u-ilh liimaelf in lhe u-nrl.l. The
pany returned to lhe city towards morning,
and it waa --'with" great telufctanee lh
oasled with kw lair bride.' line.: conao ed -
poor tvirow oy Ml ing turn u.wouiaeswnni
be, olka, .0 have e.n wake op in, the morn.
ing and find him in the-house, and that he
better wait till thenexfevenmg. With great
leiuoiance neiuuuHiicu. . t jiy : -i
The next evening, however, found him
her dwelling, but, Ibe bnde, instead ol being
there to receive net lord ani master, had
ken shelter in her bedroom, and. forbade
entrance. She, it anpes.s, had taken a sober
second If ought and came to the conclusion
that' i lie would rather enjoy sing le-bte'sfdneis
lor a w bile longer. Th poor groom, dejected
an& broken-hearted of course, bad tn retire
from the field. . Sundry messages have passed
bet ween. the pa i ilea aince then., but bow it
to terminate we are unable to say.
fairly aud legitimately married 1 plain,
all we oan learn. The alTaii baa oaused eon-
siileiableexcitement in certain circles in town.
The lady iayoung.beautifuf and accomplished,
Tbe gentleman is quite good looking. ad
nave ao aouot wouiu ipsa a goou uuiuanu.
t he only reoieuy eli. boa is to apply 10
Legistatuie, but we bope she will think
and acknowledge . the .gentleman;
pledged; himself 10 be ber protector through
lift, 10 be ker. liege lord., 'ioav tne way
do'iU. , ,'.- .- ?!i.';.!-''t--,.1.1-1 f.
aj-''Jnmes do yoif love your sisterl"
Sir.. ' y Ay ell, show m -how you .love
The boy eipnu sun, not Knowing wnat 10
"James, , bow do i express my. love of
rowhetf ' s"Obl you give hersome bojik
tTAh irishman' lately bought a: family
ble, Ind, taking l home, made hi first
in 11 thus; "Patrick O'Donohue born
836t aged three yeara." - .-.
- v- -' '",
, IrrThe young tnarfied couple who thought
'hey could live our love and moonlight,":
there ia soma virtue id- baked bean's. For
the romance out of young folks, fflarria.e
tojis nearly as bad as a law uiu"'v " f 'l
ue.yw, - ..if ....
wiihl'BitwaaaoT viounair.-T i yoa ic mi
come 01 marrying a wiuow. : iu bbru
't't... tiune. lhat ia thr anlv Wav to prevent
en,f .thtoMig ""'.fa ?' 'Even thai won'i
bride I IXmed e crusty olVb.cf.elur!
eorlh, '".he'll not only prnUCMi'im, bdtlay
i would te too ;-fHl for yo. ' .f ....
Regularly Sold Out.
During tbe month of Jeauaiy ' 1850 wtile
.'a'onniBK eune ouuer nonac, in mwiwi
City. kulllorPie,. 1
acciden'ally ovrrlietru a
conversation between two' gentlemen, one of
whom was from New York city, and hsd been j
in lb country nearly a year, aod the oilier bad
just arriwi, ..,...':..;'. ' ', , . . !
The now eoirerwas lamenuns 111a tonuiuon,
anf bis folly in leaving an abundance at home,
and. especially: two beautiful daughters who
were juat budding Into womadhood when be
askeiUhe IJJew Yorker if be bad a family.' .
"Yes sir have a wife aod six children in
New Yorkf-and I never saw one of them." i
After It l reply the couple, eal lew mo:
menis jn silence; then tbe interrogatory again
commenced! ( '. .' ,
Was yoir" ever blind, sirT -i j-'r f:
'No, eir r - ' ' " 'vii,.v s,i
"'Did yo marry A wWow, siit'd. vc? ?
,,fNo, jiir.y ( -,-m-i. -.Ti',k. ;-j
AViu a miuciftaiix iwi.;i ink 7W
y.A . -,f .ml i childn-n . hvinir in New
York,"and eerei saw one ot theuir
'Yes air- 1 so slated it.' '
the Interior, .eiio inauiredi - . v
0 . " .
iu. u t trii ihaf tftit nmvmw caw nn
w xtmu It vm Binf ws fwii . v
nfihrmf - ... ; t i
. W Km ' tvooi Ihdk racnrtnl 'iMtdt atf thtvm WAR
fw.,. .fil. 1 ir. r 1 " - V . v.
'OM ebl and'a generat laugh fofloweBi-and
after that the New Yorker was especisliy dia-
.. ik. uhn k.,i hmA ... .kit.
About Girls' Names.
,. Iftqu'ere vny precise man and wish to'be
of what you get, never marry a giilJ
hare the autheiiy or
tbers4 than fan M an
named Ann ! for w
Lindley Murray and . others',
igdeGnite .eiliote.',,.-. w t,,... .
If you would like to hare a wife who is
"one of thousand," 'you should marry sn
Emily 01 Emma; for any printer can tell you
that "ems'? are Counted by thousands.' -:
If you do not wish to have a bustling, fly
about wife, you thould oot marry any
named Jenny,. for any cotton spinner knows
tlutt ieoniee are elwaya lurnlng.i ' - ; ' k
1f yw have e wife' named Cordelia, you
should never drop any of, y'J' eld acquaint-
for he who has the deal never tut.
The most incessant writer in the-world is!
be who I bound to Ad a-line. 0, 'j ; '- .- ?
You may adore your wife but yon will be
ampaased in love when your wife is a I ora.
Unless yoil wouliT have the evil one for a
falher-in law, you should Mot marry a woman
named Eliza, fo the dgvil i tbe father of
Liee (lies.) .'.r : '; ,;'.: ? ,r.
If you. wish to succeed tn . life as a porter,
you should marry a Caroline, and treat her
Jy ainoiy wt so.iong s yon uo tnis, you wu.
b- r l T ' . -
My -tfc--m?r! pr.neiples, and
no would eat gamble for 4t-ld..aUiJl
bave not refused to take Bel. -
" '' '
JTo Brtek mp a Form. Early ia tbe spring
aa soon as you have laid in a supply of the
best ploughs, hariows. takea, hoes, Ac, em
, ploy ae overseer, amiapend Jhe balance of tbe
year at the faprinas if you are fashionable:
not, go trotting around two or three counties,
trying to see if tbere is anypossibi chance
getting tbe nomination foa next August cart-
vasa. B) these means your furm wilt be bro-
ken ud in s surprisingly abort time. ... i .".
Cheap way of Fattening Hogi.Ti!iiti Ihem
-into your neighbor'a corn field every nighf.?
7oie to Curt eoar HorteHheut km. , r,A
,If your land appear worn-out and ovt-lto
worked, you may-be sure you've harrowed
feelings loo much. . r:
To gel the most work out efyoor hands,!
keep Ihem out of your pockel. Yankee No
Iwiii. j t,,,,:-;
i 'Wilt thon be mine the. lover, laked,-
Aaoenuing on rrn mra,. ; . ,
. tier naiid wunin msown, ue ciospeo,
':t 'Be mlne. Ohf Wont voir: plenief
thd maiden blushed and luroed b head,!
. Uet feelinga to euppresar ',.,;:,,
.yls with a faltering voice she said,'., ,
meriy oi jeueri-oii coumy. nraraiwia
grnom"me Pani of Hopt-welf tp , Seneca Coun
the . iy- union -,',-' ii.v'-i
,- MARRIED. On the 10th inst., in UiU city.
by J- Leidy,-Esq., Mr, Benjhin Panze, for-
. aimhb. ic ui . "-"'. """y"""''
had Jreext togetberl
wlll flnd a liule Jack Frost among
give out kjiymn in whieri lhe word
ocoarred) lioi as ne oouid not get noiu 01
word, he reqTievea Jhe congregation to
"lour veists end eoekdologer,"' '""' r"
ilTA robuat clergyman meetinga1bysicton,f
ran to hide behind a wall. Beint; asked
cause, he replied, "it ta o long suce i
been ill; that I am ashamed lo look a pbyst
cian in tbe fece." jr. ."-: : . j. t: i''itcji(.i.
Iromi Cauaar a BouSlc-Blr. Fremont, in hts
ficial re nor I of bis- tiavela acrnss -the Rocky
I Mnunlaina, gravely informs the Government
that when oa one" of the -highest peeks
.we caught a bumble-bee! On the 4tb ot.nekl
Novcrabei be will eaten a l urur,
temberjO, i .
rrSonny, wbo Is your father?"
. ..... t.L:.nf. ... '
vr.Maio"-' ?. -t. v,.r
. "What Jenkins'! ......,.; ., , ;
"Tbe Jenkina that kicked you yesterday
ssslrtg' our aeivant girl." " ' ' "-
It is Unnecessary to aay that the .examina
tion stopped here.-, xu : ---);; ?,ri
1 II .,.-' -
ST'TbanksP' rpnttertd our bachelor friend,
"no more woman in Hearen theycan igei
Their hoop are ao broad; they will have
the hroud rotd! . None ef these fashionable
cad ever crowd mrougo tne narrow gave.
something tn mat.- j
IT A, ' Wrrrr Torr.-At a laie firemeo'a
sunnel it Burlington, tdward Bradley
the followina loasls '-i.aaieioi 00, iio
Breaiea' bucket. iaowa', and, likd-fire
men, delighted in tbe exhibition of their
, i .. i.i u. ' . .tf? i l' I r
tTA Scbeneotadweditor.describing the
ferta of a squall upon a canal boat
'when the gale was at ita highest, th
lunate era It ketied to-ihe larboard and-,
tunaie erau aeeieq k-iiio ,inwra em
. . -
eapino anu auumer gisb. ui uwey ra
her . . . .. .,..,.. i,,.,.,. ,
r . j., wb., js'l yh'll be glvin'W
tr : forVakr.it thia' niorniQ-f -Why.
P.d..; . to b. sur..'"Och; te'-lhe dev.l
your f-.b! Wh.t'a: : tl,ia' ye've done - W
f . Uie u.cUkU ktougot ye. last u.Shl!''
.This following 'ill show Id tfiel.porfnern
inert llmt there are other bullies besides Brooks
and, that. J..' C. Fremont ie. bne of them, the
only iliflTereBfe I. that Brok whipped bis
man fur tclline a lie. and that Fremont struck
Foote, for telling the tioib. footewaa t
greve Senator at the lime of lhe ffntr, ana
nolliing was said about jr. ' We suppose that
it was for t hereason that Fonte was considered
a matt able telook out for himself.1 Mr. Sum
ner waa a poor sickly fellow, not weighing
more than 200 lbs clean pork, and deter vril
the sympathy of hi northern, brothers.
THE FREEDOM OF DEBATE.
m T n
oot ako i ri.ht uirriu.j.TT
. Tbe.clnUI t raised by the Yrieil ' of Fremont
on account jfihe alleged vioiiou of the free
dom of oebate by southern men bos' induced
the Platndealer to reproduce from it columns
of 1850 an incident in the short senatorial ca
reet of Colonel Fremont which forcibly illus
trales bisfitoeisas tbe candidate ofths shriek
difficulty between Senators Foote and Fremont
Igrew oui. 01 mo circumsunco man rooie
cn&rgen rrenioni.in ma senate, wun seeaing
legislation in reterense to -ine goia mince-.tor
1 t hJk aire, nl hit Aien rptiaif iluinlairdi U l h
i " - v. v ivww imkoik t u,,. v -
, - . . 1 .
LFicmom pronounced lei.ve..; nncrwarus icey
I 111 I UC B II l Viles lUUv'r V lie II K ifjlliuut atiUVr1-
Foote and brought blood. 'They were Imrne-
diately separated by Sioator .Clarke. vtubser
He..r riC.iWu..uu,wv. . i, -,....;.h
mandin a relraelion of. the language used by
,m,n oepaie, 10 oe agneu in me presence 01
jwiioesses, snu a coaiiengE now waa leu 11 ue
treiuseii. .t. , -,-.-c. .
T Mr. Foote declined to sign.the paper, but
ddreaaed a note Inreply to Fremont, iisclairn
ierta'n nr lerition if giving anf persona, of-
""r" ; "6V I '
: !b, f"of both parties (
him in debate.
satisfactory to fremont, but, at his ii.stnnce,
the note of Mr Foote wossubmilied lo Colonel
Benton, Who consented to tbe arrangements
The following card is the result. -. , v,.-
WASHINGTON, September 28, 1850.
"A X3o.-Tlie undersigned are authorised
onefto state that llw-difficuHv-between the Hon,
H. S. Foote and . tbe Hon. . C. Fremont,
growing out of certain expresaiona used by the
former in relation to Ibe Cali ormo bill in-tbe
Senate last evening.-haa been adjusted saiis
ances, tactorily :and honorably tq botb. Ihose gentle
A. C. DODGE.
HENRY W. S BLEY.
RODMAN M. PRICE.
THOMAS H. BENTON.
Tbe following extract of a letter written by
cy, BeDlon, a few daya after Hie, election
Ujw)0fj d publi,he(i , 1Ke gt. iouis pen)
'r,lMi w:u -;n. ii.,i k.
orat, will b, read u uh MnteieStby every
iriend-or tkDsmtia iMu .:-
It is a complete vindication of the good . faplh
with which Col. B. supports the nominees
the Cincinnati Convention, and ag snch,
publication is but an act of justice to hior and
his friends. We hope, too, there are those
in the ranks of tbe onnosilion who may Drofit
by the matured convictions of a man whose
ill opinions they hsve so lona been accustomed
to regard with: a feeling almost amounting
of reverence. , , v .' -.
. After recommending a withdrawal of the
Electoral Ticket nominated by his friends,
land a'tlrih arid cArdist snnnort of the' ticket
nominated byrthe anti-Benton Democracy;
laay , . ,. ;,, , , ,f .. . , .. .;, .
I -, Tbere is a desien here, on the nart of some.
put up an eleotoral. ticket for Fremont,
ils I about which no one speaks to" me, as I have
I character enough to -keen -.at a distance,
that class of persons who, dishonorable ihem-
selves, coma approach a man with a dishon
orable proposition." But my sentiment
known, nd that I should consider such a step
aa injurious under every aspect mortifying
rremoni nimstii, from , ibe amall vote which
the ticket would receive and injurious to
puunc, oy aggravating the' ectionl feeling
which now atrava each half of the Union
agairml lhe other.. ; I. was opposing be bring
out of Fremont, for nearly half a vear before
those who charge me with promoting it knew
of any such design. .' There are ease in which
public duty rtsea above personal consideration,
though -there are a great - many- people
cannot conceive , it possible, . Thus, when
supported" Jackson, (with whom! had been
ill terms,) thirty years ago-, the ' sordid motive
ol.oUice was assigned fnr it; now, when I sup
Dort Buchanan, fwiih whom I am on ill terms
" ' V" V"m
to ed and pairiotii
family, lhe aame class of persons 'can
but lalsebood- ana treachery
themselves of. anything disinterest-
to e and patriotic, thry believe other lo
doxologye'lPal,y. ao, and attack with base mbiives,
ttw ii " uw -cuimit-jiieu
aiiig'" vnn puiii.ei rnorein-f,; i
Look this Picture.
ihel - Ei-Presidenl Ysn Buren and son support
navr iiucnanan. ; s ;. u
Ex President Harrison's taona support
more ot Buchanan. . ,. ."..
Ex-PiesidenlTyler and sons support Bocba
nan " : -'?'". 4 v
Bx-Preajdenl Fillmore oppose Fremont.
President Pierce aupiorts Buchanan.
,: John C- Calhoun's sons support Buchanan
Daniel Webster'a sons support Buchauan
Henry Clay's sons support Buchanan. "'
CottimoUore Stewart (Old Ironside!) supports
oucnanan. ,. i -. rj -v ,;t ,.v'
Commodore Perry supporsBuchanon. '
.jCoramoiKe Stockton opposes Fremont'.
,. Geneial CadwaladM supports Buchsnsu.
a-Oenera) Scott oppose Fremouti--'- : '1' i.
v Col. Benton aiipporta Buchanan.
Rufua Cboate aupporta Buchanan...,; .
'; new look oat TUia.
v William, II. Eeward support Fremont.
. Horace Greeley aupporta fremont. -"
Henry Ward Beecber aupporta Fremont.'
i Frederick Douglas aupporu FremonU
i Thurlow Weed aupporta Fremont...
. TbaddeuS Stevens supports t remont
Slump Preacher Tyng aupporta Fremont.
s And ail' tba Aboliiioo. and. Anti-Masonic
' Youne Anisica. One Saturday evening,
little boy not over four year of age, while
in I down Broadway. N. Y.. waa stohried
cowd of men sealed in front'of the Broadway
... a.,. t ... . . i , i i
me v.. ...... .-...,.w..t
tk. r.nin ,n. a nnetit fr,.r!e .1 wil.
in . -j..... ...,.
, ."Son ny, doe your mammy know,
0u.T" - f - - - ; ; - ,'
fish. The little felldw eery coolly answered:-
wid Ve. air. try.m. gave me three cents
monkey-art. you for sale?" ami passed
lleavmg lhe crowd convulsed with f.i.ttt.'.
A Picture of Disunion-From [...] Jackson's
i I bfeweii adJiem t i ounnlataace.
upon atftitnig from ibe PieSMleney, lhe paino', .
Stairsmnn, and Hem pi Uitt :riinnii-r k.'"
Vyhai have )o lo giiiH by o-vimin ainl '
iiaa.nionf Delude hot yonrelve wuh lhe
hope lhat ILe breach once r'-l-. would lie af- -lerwur.is
easily repaiiel. Jf U,d Uouju is out
severed, the aepaiaiioo jll siow 6Kter aod
wider, and the coiitrover.nea w Inch are bow
debnied and se;bkd in (he hnlU of iepts!auni.
will be tried in the field of ba'tleaiid deler-
mintd by the sword. Neither should you de- .
otivw yourselves with" Hie hon; tout the fj.al,
line 0 separation would be the pennant tine. -
,9 '. wal iiitereslawouls ull be found
thete, and UtichaMeued. ambiiiun'.And ii the.' .
I collecHon of common dangers ii; wtieb tl.ti -
people of these- United Stntea bave tOod sii'e 7"
by vide aeaiuvt tbe common; foe-iln ffc-morr v -
of viciorus won b then; unikd volor ihti
prosperity snd bajipiniss.Ihey . imt fnjoyn,
under the present Conslitutipn; if all theaw ' "
tecollectionsand proofs of common interest sia . ,
not strong enough to bind us loeitiei oa 0110
people, wiiai tie win fioiu unnto me pw q, -
visions of empire, wheulhese bonds have been,
broken and Ihia Cnioa -dissjlved t - -t i e firtt ,v;
line.of separation would not last 'long,,- new ; ,
fragments would be' torn.: off Uew .leoiera t-'
would spring upr-end this great and g'orioua . '
Republic would soon !e brnketv int a mull 1- s -
Vjdeof petty Stas, armed for mutual aggrea '
lion loaded will) taxes to pay armies and "-t
'esdera seekingeiu against- each other from - ,
foreign ptwera insnl'd aiHl trampled fperi :
by lb nations of., Europe until, haiiawed ,
spirit, they would be willing lo cuupjit to ibe ,,
dyoiinifq of any (uiljtnry auvenlurer, and lo, "
surrender their, jibe ri yat the sake of lepost."
From Wehster's Reply to Hayne.
'fWbenmy eyes shall be -itirned to behold
fut the last .lime, the suit iir btaven. may I -
nnt see him shining on ibe brokeasitd disbort-
ored fragments of a voce glorious Ulimr on. ,
States diiaevered, discordant, belliferent our
a land rent with feud, or drenched, U may be,
in fraternal blood. Let their ;Jnst feeble and
lingering glance, rather, behold the- gorgeous f'a"
ensign of the Republic.; now known and honi';,
ored Ihrougkout the earJb, still- full 'high ad- '
vanced its orms and trophies siieammg mi'-,
ibeir priginal kjlre--oot- a'.ririe erased or ;
polluted, nor a single, star obscu red--bearing ;
fur its motto no such-mi-rb;e iotefrogatory ,
aSf.What is all Ihia.worlb fnor thote worda ,
of, delusion and folly, Liberty fill, and . tlio ;
Union afterwards., But every where spread . -
all over in chamcters of, liyir.g light btuzing "
on all itf ample, folds,, a they -float -joysr the
sea and over the land, and in turry wind un
der the whale heavens lhat Rlher senltmenl.
dear lo evtrytrue Ameucnn, beark Liberty
in. r ' ' ...i
n uiiiuii, uotv nnu luievcr, oue auu iiiscji
arable.". 4 ' ; .:;1' ' ...
The Prospect in Michigan.
A cwrespoudtnt of lhe New VorkDay Bdbk
writing from Michigan, sajs , ' "
I hove recently bad occasion to travel thru'
'Micbigaa v various dia-'ctlow, ttoppi-fig at
most of the nrin' ipul towns, and beirig pretty
familiar wirth the politics of '.hol 'Slste, 1 feel
somewhat corripeieut 10 iidge of?-llie result
there in November. In the--Southern -pattrAl. ,
the State, cpuiilits that would have given
Fremont (torn one' to two' thousand nixjority
three week ago tiavee'nanged so muchthaYit
isdifficulVtB get a bet jbai ,e wiH nowet,
even a majority. v,The. ceBtral..aud northetn,,
portions ol the Stnte' are largel) gilrmncrnlio
and reliable, and I think you may ssftly "put1
down M.tcjiigaii, fof ,Buchansriv JThe, whol . ;,
State and. CoiigrtssionsPtTckei'wiH. wrtlWul -7f
doubt, be elected. The, democracy ihete will
in a few days.'Vjpen tbe , Caipdigji in earnest,--- ' :
when you. may rely on having the mot tn- ' .
couraginy accQuoia from tli eWolverine St"e.
There will be no Fillaiorelltliet m if.e fiel I ;:,
ti en, consequently thqussnds of. ibe Old lino
Wbig have already enrolled Ibe'rnkeives, nJf
are doing good ' service undir tbe Buchanan'
bonner. ;' '' r," "' .
'Much has lieen said about IheGerrrian vote" "
in Michigan, but from careful inquiry among'
intelligent' Germans I am" dispi sed to believe
that there has been but little if any Change'
among that' population." It is true that Some
of the political' refugfeea have, afliliateo with'
the Republicans,' but tbe; great rrwsi of" the1
German population is thoroughly Democ'rafiiA?
I can haidly ee b'-S'w this cau-i be' otherwise, '".
since. there is a fusion of AbOlniouisls.'Free!'
soilers and Know Notliings in that Stale, nnrV
11 is uimcutt to. conceive how a German, or
any olher adopted Citizen, Con evet so far fur-
get Ms own in'eiests aa to vote fot ot . wi'.h
Know Noihings. ' ' 'v ' ' '-
Vt'hAt "Hzaa" DfiiesiiS oh'' Savs. TI,;
"lion tsrner," who is on travel, with his eni
mala.'Wia at jVuk'eshaf W,i few dUya ago;
A great maay "shengbkia" 'sayav the Pfsmi '"
dealer, , golliercd around him, and inqjirtd
what he tfiought of Fremont's ptospecls,, ", t-,
itc n,.cu uiui, nc was nu puuuuidu, anu .
took no pail in poii;ics; 1 hoi he was formerly
a Whip, but he 'got o badly footed ih Vol Hig
for Scott, thothe had never voied.einoe.f'. ui
' "Well," says one, '-you are traveling all
the time among the people, and date a O'tofl
opportunity . to Icaru. Uio Iteling among , tbe
masses," . .... .. . , ;. ,
- "Thai ia true," replied Dnesbnch. ; ,'-f tep
and hear a great 'Ceil, and f hofire among the
crowd) -wherever a vole ia taken', it often
eiendalwo to one for Fremont., i !.( -
, . A 1 1 Ii ia t h e S It a n h a is, ii f cou ne, corum e n eel
crowing, and all confidently asserted that the
vote mm i:hi woiirn oeaDom inessme tntng.
After hearing their boasla of tuetr expected ma
joiitiea ip the d!iTerent.Sties...$av.Drjesbueb;
"ou must remember lhat lhe producers, tbe
laboring classes;'sre iict' traveling at (his sea
son ef the year, 'bof every mother' son if
them will be eat on election day; and,; juatias
sore as James Buchanee, Jives, be :wiU e yie
next president. . , ' . .. .. ... ,
.)..: . .
JJ"A country editor received ttie following
'top my paper. . t ' -j-m i l
?'lttriiirt.l hrve lookeu carefully- over
your paper for six months, for the death of, a"
individual I was acquainted with, but as'yet
not a tingle Sob 1 1 'care aboBt'"tiss droppe'oSoff.
xon will pJeaie.haye roy aawe erased.'?
gT'-Miss Dubois, nliet is your.opiuion.of
the Weather T' I tfiink it' in tends to cltat
Dd ydu agree with ine ft' - -. -i-i r-t
"I do, indeed, and w ish some folka wotild
follow the weather's example, and clear too."
Mr. ScoBeld seized ins hat. and has not been.
seen in that street since. ' :: "''',"
ITA waggish apeudthrift aaid-5"Five yea re
ago I waa not worth a cent iq the world; now
aee where I era through my own exertions."
"Well, where are you f '"Why 'owe more
than three thousand dbMkte.. ! Ifc
l 'r rrvir . I""1" -
Svt Daaasv Wir. On one of the New York
down-town negro thurchea they ; have judi
ciously eroblezoed lhe appropriate words of
Scripture, 'J'he people that wt,- in dwiiicaa
w e greet light,''. ..- .
: ItrA jailor had veoeiveil atriot otAt-n Ho, tn
keep any prisoner io eolitary Cohfineaient
Once When be bad but two in charge, on ea
caned, and he waa obliged, la consetjuence, la '
kick th otArr eut a door, to comply wi'h lhe
regulations .-.' -- .- -,.; vm ,.i,..
' trA1 lime boy, While' wriihina; naoW th
lonure of an ague,': waa void to we p ami
k powder which .had been prepared luf
him. Powder? jwder!' aaid he.rmjio him
"H on one ellw.w .- and pulling vn- a s5)i;
' atuliieis I awt gen.' ' -i ' ';.-.-'