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"Ubi libertat, ibi patria. Cicere.- Whrre liberty dwells, th ere is mt country."
C. H. MITCHENEB. Edito & Proprietor.
CANAL DOVEIl.TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, (OHIO) DECEMBER 11.1540-
VOLUME 2 NUMBER 68.
She ileptl Along her arm of (now,
.Her cheek of rose serenely laid,
Whde wary curls heav'd to and fro,
At svery if h bar breathing madav
Th very brtess wWch pass'd along
ffi Want o'er her couch with gentler air,
Aa loth to waka whh pinion atrong ,
Tha thing of joy that dumber' d ihere.
? JShe slept! ,' Tha'thin transparent lid
r CufVd calmly o'er her ey of blue;
' But tho th earthly orb wu hid,
The spirit light' skill atruggled thco.'
Whih) o'er her Gp'unconsciou wrought
' " A quivering pulse which went &. came
Aa ifaome dream renewed the though!
. ' Th i Waking hour had ceased to name.
.flhf .IpU -Mioaaa .be wanderfag tsya
O f moonlight Jiisi'd her forehead pale.
Bright truant I nothing loth to gaze
On charm which nigh t forget to tail 1
' tie marvell'd not, why ahape of air,
ni.t nrk. which once in Heav'n had hone
Eotaptured with a foim ao fair,
' For woman' home had left their own.
The Early Federalists and Dem
ocrats. Livingston acknowledged that
the ledertl party, during the period when
be held a seat in Congress, could boat!
alonger array of 'distinguished orators
than the democratic party numbered in
its ranks. "We had no orator," be said
"to compare witty Fisher -Ames, in all
thai rsgards that description ofeloquence
which moves the passions, and which
carries away the mind, by the splendor
of its language. No jurist among us
could claim to rank with Marshall, Bat
we had on our side the logic of our opio
ions, in perfect harmony with our nation
al origin and when the spirit of the can
etitution wae to be analyzed to ansa
light upon the occasiomy obscure con
cisenesa oi that eame constitution, in
whose elucidations of the provisions of
ithai compact did the ? nation-' fepos
more rehgous taith, than in those .01
is suspicion of psrtfality
toward the men ot mv own political o
pinions, since it will tell that it was a
mong them that the nation has chosen
almost in succession, four of our most
illustrious Presidents. In advancing the
assertion, that it was in the democratic
party that were found the men the best
adapted to public affairs, the closest in
sympathy with the affections of the peo
pie, the most profoundly imbued with th
moving principles of our revolution, and
of the war that made it triumphant."
I cannot, in fact, conceive what would
have become of our institutions reduced
ponentgavea loud ya, ha, whoughl
All that ere gammon may do for white
folks," eaid he, "but 'lelligent colored
man won't b'lieve it you can't git die
chile to swallow it, no how."
Let your food, living and e i ipage be
plain and costly; avoid expensive cloth
ing; abstain from wine and all intoxica
ting liquor, and never keep it in your
house; donhot sink your capital by pur
chaaing plate or splendid furniture, have
as few parties as possible, be careful as
to speculation, and never extend your
means, nevei aspire to be holders in
Hanks. Railways. &e. have as few
men about you te convsmont. anon
none of a suspicious character, be de
tirmined to refuse all offers of partner!
VrEMINESCENUES Of THE LIXE WAR.
' - A writer in a western paper, who was a staff
'. fficer in o volunteer corp called out by the
" patriotic proclamation ol General Smith, gives
, an account of divers causes other than the love
; orcountry, the love of glory, or the love of fight
which induced inent (leave their homes and
their friends for the field of battle and chances to the proportions that the federalists
, ... , ,i , ,,H wianea 10 asien wem. i ne general go.
of war. Oneoftheseh.ro..d,KOur.odtothel ernmeBi.8.n .B
following etiect: had not yet, indeed, acquired any influ
'If .Hannah had not been o anapptin, ana anCe upon public opinion.. It was not
made ms du all tha milkin and churnin tew, I it that had directed the treat struggle
should never hare b.en here. She told me our independence. Several illustrious
a imi. va i;....i, h..t .h. men.ofthosewhohad been the moat
.... e - ' . distinguished both in the council and the
druv me to distraction. Id rather stand camPf were found invested with federal
bewlets than her oternal clatter of tongue, knives fui,cij0ngj hut a greater number remain
and forks and tin things. If she i a widder if, ec at the head of the Slats sovereignties
aU her own folt. Tell her I dew drem about And then, far more than at the present
herandthe baby aome.imes-I kalk.l.te . day in the event of a colli.ion between
had yielded their rich color for the pale
hues ii f il III. P .. .i n i i . I
- ... i.i. mui vim uor iivan wna
true to the star orit worship; still did
she hope that Charles would return and
still idid she cherish the fond belief thst
be could not forget.
Ske steadily refused the addresses of
eevefral genllenan whoso suits her father
trgtfl her to accept because, as ho .ex
preaed himself, appended to a high eoun
dionatne end a long and glittering
It was one evening in the latter part
ol Aigust, when Charles had bssn ab
sent two years and no note had Mary
heard ol hin., that she poured into my
eartrs) tale of sorrow that was wearing
twig tier life.
gbeppreed a with to-walk forth arid
From the New York Mercury. ( A Quick Way to get Rich A Mis
AN AMUSING SPECIMEN OF InfiraHi f Pontiac, some time siacs
HUMANITY ' Peruing a iexss paper, and obssr
Whoever travil. through any of thev.ed"no"8 lb? PherB0 wh?liibort
New England States, and twig.7 a. he -ff" ofih-i gov
iournevstbe cceentricities of B.omc of!nmeotf. man bearing her own nam.,-
l!ie natives, cannot tail to be amused and
nhin. hn RarAlul aa to lendinar moimv
oeirrg oouno wiiu oipera, btoiu h'i - jotpoyK onve inore upon me Drigiu R'BDU
suits,"koep your books poitedand look earth and star illuminated vault above
well to your customers, bring up your
family to economy and industry; if you
observe those things, you will alwaye
be able with good iortune to pay your
debts. Liiietey'i Letter Liningi.
may if be choose, derive many new ide
as id respect te'etmymoiogy and diversi
ty of character.
borne years since an acquaintance ot
ours set out on horseback, from the eae
tern part of Massachusetts for the Green
Mountains of Vermont. While travel
ing through the town of New Salem,
his road led into a piece of woods, of
soms five miles in length and ' long be
fore he col out of which he began to
er be ble'st wifh the'slffht of a human;
Habitation, but as all things must have
thing are foreordained tu all eternity, and if I
die in fightin, I shant have the expense tu pay
oS a long iptll ofsickntau; good by, Ephraim;
you han't got more tobacker than wilidawyou
bum have ye J
the federal government and tho authori
ties of a State, tho popular sympathies
would incline in favor of the municipal
government, of the power, daily and lo
callv familiar, against what was distant,
abstract, so to speak acting omy trom
i . 1 . i l Oi -.
I'.H a.ll. v. annthar. who was leaninc giar. and si raro iiiiervaia. oh.iibu
icil uauji m J 1 . . .''
fend heart at the sam tim( "teU the cruel girl, Presidents who have been elevated to
. f ii . u-i si ib :ir mil i: inai a wiiu uowci t mo poni ...,. .
W . th. felicity in the world.with Sam John the federal principle; who have been the
.. i.. .. Inva her as 1 did. Here iook mi "' -i (- . "
wuu 110.. I .nH
i k ... r.Mm iiihninm iiruni"iiiw.,
win neunj B...... o
..., nr..ni it close to my heart, and my blood
may rodden it. Take care of my pung, and
donl lend it for Christmas sleigh rides. Tell Sal
i I .In foraive her when she sao d me al mg'
iiig cool; but I never shall forget it.''
jlin'tit curious. You may moot with twen.
ty men in a day who stutter, and did vou ever
i r. nmtn who had an imlif Jimont in
Ileal Uia nwm. -
hor speech f Well, well, do 1st the poor wo-
men alone. It is the only weapon thoy know
how to us properly. Ex. paper
n eoliieeione mat
hat have ocfured, nhelherof authority
... i . j .i. .r
or el jurisaieiion. Ana ma rtasuu ui
his anomaly ia this, that the peo
ple, free, from distrust ol ihe men ihey
have themselves raised tothe Chief Mag
Iracv of the Union.in full confidence
BY MISS C F. JOLI.EV.
"I charge the. fling away ambition."
It was one of autum's loveliest eves
The full moon threw her trembling light
over the decaying beauties or nature, and
g ave the scene around, the melancholy
appearances of the house ef death, light
ed up in splendid magnificence. No
sound disturbed the soemn calmness
that reigned around save tbe slight rust
ling of the withered leaf as it laid itself
at rest on the Isd of earth.
I walked on and paused not, unfit I
found myself under the dark shade of a
tall cypress that cast its funeral gloom
over the reeling place of one of the love
liest beings on earth. 1 he wet grass
had not yet woven its thick veil over her
lonely bed, and the dark weed told that
the first wound of eeperatien was not yet
healed. A few short weeks had only
lapsed since she was living, lovely and
beautilul, yet not happy, for secret gnel
like a canker worm, seep and hidden
from mortal eye, was silently gnawing
away each lender chord of her heart
She hed loved; with all the warmth and
fervor of woman's deep and lasting de
votion, had she poured forth her pure
fount of affection. The ohiect of he
tuve. n every respect worthy the adun
ratioii of hur loud heart, hud rtuiaiut he
affection with tho lame coLalancy and
Charles was one of earth's noblest bs
ings, yet fortune had never smiled upon
lnm; hi was not the lot of the wealth)
hut he beleived an honest and virtuous
mind, the noh!et work of God. In the
ennfiilruce of success he made known
hi heart to her father and solicited of
him his desrest earthlv treasure. But
.. r j II J I ..
ance ot ine leuerai ooou in us lemmsio
Mnasures ot the same character, pur-
rued by a federalist President, would
heve been more minutely scrutinized;
I s ia.t
M.nnrAoi Bbokkbs. -In Genoa thore are more suspiciously luagea, ooinssto ine
marriage brokers, who hare pocket bonks filled occasion and the mode of execution.
writn namasofthe marriageable gins oi me And, indeed, on great occasion", wnen
diflr rent clasaes, with notes of their figures, per ((,e federal compact did not afford the
onal attractions, fortuneJ, &e. Tins brokers mean 0f action, as on that of the acqui"
go about endeavoring tnarrange eonnections.ar.d tion 0f Louisiana, with respect to its an
when thoy succeed, thry get a commission cf ,! t0 t(,Q Union; on the footing of
in their respect for sovereignty of the w,o can paint the agony that seized his
States, could view without alarm, acts mind on being told by her father, that his
of enenzv. neccessary to the maintain- iMarv never should marry other than a
two or three t er cent, upon the portion. Mar
riage at (Jonoa is quue a matter nf calculation,
generally aetled by the parents or relations
who often druw or the contract before the par
lies have auen one another; and it 'n only when
every thing else is arrai.ged, and a Tew days
previeus to the marriage ceremony, that tho fu
lure husband Ii introduced t hi intended part
ner for life Should he find fault with her
mannen or appearance, he may hroak off the
match, on condition of his defraying the bro
kerage, and any other expenses incurred.
Important Fact. The sum annually oinoir
dd on bread bj the population of the three
kingdoms amounts to about twenly(ive millions
of money, while mat expended in strong drink
mounts to uowards of filly, millions sterling
per annum. The money spent in gin only would
supply the population of tha kingdom with
tread for half a year. Boston Free Puss.
Avarice. One of the best illustrations of av
arice we ever heard of, i that contained in an
u'i caricature, which represents th "Old Boy''
carrying a Dutchman down to hi regions, and
while on the way th Hollander is making
propositions to hi Satanic Majesty to supply
Bm,w"neoiii Can't swallow it, no how. The
There is now living in Moscow, Russia, a Picayune furnishes the following cha
widow, in the lf7th year of her age. She has I racteristtic discussion upon an occult sub
neen nvo umes marneo.inenitn lim when sh jeC between two Cloudy dinpulsn'S.
inn C a yi . I " ...
ihe orisinal States the Adamses, end
perhaps Washington himself, would have
shrunk before a difficulty which did nut
arreet Jefferson, confident as he was of
resting on the support of the popular o
pinion. That same lati'ude of action
permitted to a democratic President, by
the tacit ssiont of the people, to meas
ures which ii knows to bs in the inter
est ot its own cause, ws have ssen e-
qually extended, both by the nation it
self and by it representatives, to Gene
ral Jackson in the last wat. No one
doubted the pure democrsey of his prin
ciples, no one mistook the true motive ' bor & in fur j0, 0jCe bidding Charles
son of affluence, and forbid him ever a-
gain addressing his daughter.
With a heavy liert he enuzht the ob
ject of his fondest love, and made known
to her the hopelessness oi ms situation
She was alone in the lntle arbor where
in their happier hour they had often met
but never befere had a cloud of sorrow
darkened the bio of either. Hitherto
their path had been all sunshine and joy
and Ihe thorns that had encumbered it
were hidden bv the bright flowers of
hope. A tesr started into Mary's eyes,
a the thought of the baseness of the
principle of her father in refusing as al
iance with a viriuous man because fame
affluance were not his. But thinking
perhaps her father would relunt she ven
tured to speak one word of hope and tell
him, that the time would come when
with her father's appropation. she would
become his. 'Never !' exclaimed
a voice near them, 'sooner shall thou wed
death!' Mary recognized the voice of
her father, and sprung like a trigntenea
fawn from her seat. Ho entered the ar-
Take nw arm. said she. and we will
soek yo, arbor there 1 fwion
versed with a mind that knew no evi
thoughtwhose soul was possesed of a
seraph's .purity, and which delghted
lo converse ofths love and mercy of
an allwiae God?
She seated herself in tbe arbor!
'Here, said ehe, 'let me rest I am wea
ry Look you at the brioht moon and
yon undimed star ss they roll through
their azure bed. Once t knew no more
sorrow than they. But Charles forgot,
he abondoned' iler utterance failed
her. and a pearly tear stole from he
dark eye, and reated on a cheek mat
rivaled the snow in ita transparent while
ness. L.et me weep new,' earn sne,
this is the last time I shall ever enjoy or
alk abroad in this world I feel tbat
the time ia short untill I shall be at home
in beaven and I shall meet him there.'
'And on earth again and now your
are mine uiins for ever. I have done
away the objections of your parent"
ssid Charles throwing himself at her feet.
But it was to late, one uttered not a
word nor did a tear tell that the fountain
ofioy was uneealed. She closed her
eyes, Si then as thougn suuueniy Dress
ing trom some horrid dream, sne pas
ed her hand quickly across her nigh
ideal brow apparently to break '.bebngm
visions that were thronging there, and
exclaimed- "Charles did not forget and
I am happy again But I have been de
eied M father yet I Torsive him-'
Here amotions overpowered her, ha
leaned her head on his shoulder for sup
7 i he whole truth rushed st once upon
Charles' mind, but he forgot lo speak al
that time upon so painful a subject. He
handed her s harp snd requested her to
play the sir they both so much fovea
She complied and as Ihe mournful note
ofher soft melodious voice mingled with
the rich (ones ofher harp and floated a
way upon the balmy evening eir, so purs
so holy did ehe seem that l could have
her the inhabitant ot anotnor and bene
world than lhis.-She beerned not she
was not formed for earth; slready h
pure epirit teemed to have found its rest
Atlennlbher voice cessed snd w
thought she rested. But it was the calm
nuiet reel of ilenth.-$o softly had
mild epirit taken ita departure that
knew it not; it seemed but Ihe repose
a peaceful slumber and yet the l ively th
oure. and bemitiful Mary was no more
' A I MonH alone by her grave snd th
incident ofher irl tnle passed before
mv minJ. iHlas I exclaimed, ambition
ill diiec'ed ambition, what hast thou not
done! From tbo oppoito side of the cy
press next the crave, a voice filled with
grief fell upon my s ir and ejaculated
"Thou hast murdered my daughter.
yet it was my ambitionja desire to excel,
in the vanities of of this world, that mur
dered thee my poor Mary!"
It was her fatherand the eold dews
of the night fel thick on his while locks
as he sat repentant by the grave of his
an end, so atlaltBaTrtwwds, - ,BeUie"FDOW'eo'n8 n.r as cou.
...w . r C
s . II f -J
oi nis acts; ana w lien tew tuages, a
l w lawyers, a few State authorities,
mined their cries of alarm over the vio
lation of soms constitutional provisions,
he people, with unanimous voics, de
creed urn a urn ol indcmmity lor all his
acts, in advance of that which was after
wsrd voted to him by the Congress of
ihe United States. Democratic Review
The qu estion was whether doea the sun
or a patent lever watch keep the best
time. One of the darkies contended that
the watch was decidedly the best chron
ometer, for by simply winding it up it
went day and night, whereas the sun was
not to be seen at all at night, and no one
wa 123 years of age I Oh, Lord f
-dNTmUlTlSv Moat men have a great af
lection for antiquities, but there is one species of
antiquity that all unite in pronouncing unbeara'
Wo, viz. old maids-
Cemsds of Ohio. It is ascertained that the
population of Ohio is but a fiaction lesa than could tell how it went or whether it went, Dut it was evident that her soul was fast
1.800.000. This will make her the third Sim. et all. The other atgued that it went ,Jin .v. liar -Hint was fadin?
in the Union in point of population N. York bv ni6n. we" as by d-7 "d that the from the earth like the odour of some
snd Pennsylvania only having a greater. reason it was not Been was Tery evident Bweet flower, wafted by the gentle
tho world, he said, put tbe aun in its fob breeze from its desert home. The bouy
iTOiM!A teitow down east, defines at night, to prevent its works cellinir .. .nd .Inrinritv nf her sten was sron-
H'omsn, tob a "sign to hang Dry Good on." rusted with dow. At this logic his op-. ,nd ihe roses thai bloomed on her cheofc
instantly to leave his ground, took his
daughter by the arm mid led her away.
Churlea sat lot on moment chained lo
Ihe spot in astonishment and grief, then
hastily eprining from his seat he exclaim
ed, 'But she she xhall he mine. For her
will I seek wealth and famel' Ho re
turned to his room and hastily acquaint
ed Mary with his design. At ten on
that evening he look a neat in tho stage
and was wheeled rapidly away from his
native home, aad dearest earthly joy, to
seek advancement in a cold and heart
less world. Weeks snd months passed
nwsy, but brought Mary no tidings of
Charles. Often had he addressed her
but his epistles together with the one
acquainting her with his departure fell
into the bands ofher father who deemed
it wise policy to give them as food to the
devouring flame. Mary pined in aecrst.
The cause ol her grief she told to none;
. Odditiks or Great Men. The
greatest men are often affected by the
most trivial circumstances, which have
no apparent connexion with the effects
(hey produce. An old gentleman felt
aeruie against the cramp when he pla
ced hie shoes on going to bed, en thai
the right shoe was on the left of the left
shoe and the toe of the right next to the
heel of'lhe left. If he did not bring the
right shoe round the other side in Ibat
way, he was liable to the cramp. Dr.
Johnson used always, in going up (o
Boltcourl.to put one foot upou each stone
of the pavement; if he failed he felt cer
tain the day would be unlucky. Buffon
the celebrated naturaliat, never wrote
but in full dress. Dr. Houth, ofOxford
studied in full canonicals. An eminent
living writer can never compose without
his slippers on. A celebrated preacher
of tho laat century could never make a
sermon with bis garters on. A great
German scholar writes with his braces
off. Reieeg, tho German critic, wtote
his commentaries on Sopboces with a
pot of psrter by bis side, behlehal lec
ed his vision. mar tha road wss
tall raw boned, overgrown lantern-jaw
ed boy, probably seventeen yeara of age
digging potatoes, tie wss a curious
6gure to behold. What was lacking in
the length af his tow breeches wss am
ply made up for behind: his suspenders
appeared to be composed of birch bark
grape vine and sheep skin; and ae for
his hat, which waa of dingy white felt-
poor thing! it had once evidently aeen
better days: but now. alas! it was only
the shadow of its glory. Whether the
temneet of time had beaten Ihe top in
or the lad's expanding geniua nan ourst
itsuf, waa difficult to tell; a any ratet it
was missing and through the spertur-
red hairs in abundance stood aix ways
for Sundsv. In short, he was one of
tho roughest specimens of domestic
manufacture that ever mortal oeneiu.
Our travelling friend, feeling an itching
to scrspe acquaintance with the crittur,
rew up the reins ot hie none, ana De-
Hallow, my good friend, can you in
form me how far it to the next house?
Jonathan started up leaned on his
hoe handle rested one foot on the gam
bril of his sinister leg and replied:
'Hullo vourself! hew'd dew! wall
juss can. Taint neir so fur now as
used to be afore they cut the woods
wgy then 'twas generlly reckoned four
mile, but now Ike sun shrivels up the
road and don't make mor n tew. 'Ike
fust heuee you come to, though ia
barn, and ihe next is a bay etitk; hut
old Hoskin's houe is on beyant. Youl
be sure to meet bis gal long before
you gil. there tsrtisl rcmpin critturs, Ihey
pingun our ioiks mortal nine, ri
eheep pit in our pater every day,
his gals in osr orchard. Dad sets
dog arter the al.erp snd n e arter th
aU and the way he makes the wool
and I the pelticoste fly, is a ein
'I see you are inclined lo be faeetiou
young man, pray tell me how it hap
pena that one of your legs ia shorter
than the other?
I never 'lows any body to meddl
with my grass tanglers, mietur; but
aeein' it's you I'll tell ye. I wss born
so at my tickers request, so thst when
I hold a plough, 1 can go with one foot
in thefurrer, snd t'other on land, & not
lop ofer; besides it is very convenient
when I mow round a aider bill-'
'Very good, indeed how do your po
tatoes come on this yean"
'They don't come at all; 1 digs 'era
out there's an everlaBtin snarl ef 'em in
'But they are small, I perceive.
"Yees, I know it you see we planted
some wheiipin' blue uoees over in tbat
ere patch there, and they flourished ao
all firedlv that these ere sloped growin
jiet for spite: causa they know they
coulc'nt begin to keep up.'
'You supesr to be pretty smart, and
should think yoo could sffsrd a better
hat than the one you wear.'
The looks aint nolhin'; its alt in tbe
bshaviour. This ere hat waa my relig
ous Sunday-go-to-meetio hat, and it
just as chock full of piety now, ss a dog
ia full of fie in. I've got a bolter one Is
hum but 1 don't dig later in it, no bow
you hnvo been in these parla some time
I should guest!
I gues so tew I wss bom'd and
got my brot'in up in that ere house; but
my native place is down in Tordonk-'
'Then you say it is about three and a
half miles to tho next house?'
Yis sir, 'twas a spell ago, and I dent
believe ite much shorter since.'
'Much obliged. Good by.
'Good by to ye that's a darn slick
There reader-there ia a Jonathan for
you of the first water. You don't find
his equal every where-
; and jocosely remarked to her compan
ions that she had lound a namesake ia
Texas, and inteaded to write to him and
claim relationship. Tbis resolution,
more from curiosity and a desire ef nov
elty than from any conviction that bar
hopea would be realized, us carried
into effect. She wrote bim a respectful
letter, giving him a history of her fam
ily snd parentage, snd suggesting that '
aa the name waa not as common as v..
most of th names of our country, the ' .
probsbititV strong thai a gelation-v rv-
amp nruu nuiwecu lyoin. one rsceiv
ed in reply a liiendiy snd snsctionate -
tho - - ' '
t correspondence might bo continued. -.
I This wss readily acceded to, and it
was carried on agreeably and eatislsc
torily to bsih parlies, until very- recent
ly, when she received intelligence of bis
derth, and information that in his will
he had bequeathed her the handsome
sum of $20 000 in gold and silver, leav
ing bis personal property and immense
landed estates to his relatives in that
country. A few days previous to tbe
reception of this joyful communication,
she bad connected her fortune with
those of a Methodist clergyman, and
should their deeds of charity compoit
ith their means, the widow's heait will
be tilled with joy, and many an orphan
ive to implore blessings upon Ihe heads
of their benefactors, for their deeds of
benevolence and generosity. Michigan
Intekestimo hELic: The Haiford
Observer says, thnt the drum in bich
was used by the fathers of Farmington,
Conn., ss an appendage to the meeting
house instead of a bell, is etill ,m exis
tence, snd might, had it been produced
n season snu rcliited, have been used
to call together the assembly at the ree
ent celebration; after having lain eilent
and neglected for perhaps more than a
century might again haveaent its stir
ring roll along Ihe street, which were
once familiar with ile sound and .have
called together the children of thoaa
who g'adely heaie its summons on each
returning bsbbelh, calling them to tha
boo ol tiod- Tfe Uum is e;y large
snd heavy.' We have not learned that
(be hour-glass has yet been found.
" Wert HAiDT.--Thfi editor- of the
New Urleana Crescent thus sbeounces
s new invention:--We saw some Hime
ago sn invention named, by which tfee
pendulum of a musical clock attached to
a cradle would rock it and tho musio
sooth a fcaby lo sleep Our friend Trap
las improved this by additions which
keeps the fliea off the child while e uro
ering and whips it whenever it cries.
Going it Strono.A foreign jour
nal says lhat a gentleman or fortune, in
Berkshire, who kept three servant
maids, wss married to one of .them on
last Friday week and on Saturday his
two sona followed his example by nar
rying the other two.
Go it, DiDDiEs. A boxing match
took place not long ago at Dieppe, be
tween two old men, one 75 and the oth
er 78 years of age. The latter was
much hurt. The two seconds ware
The Price or an Awkli Tbe bus
band ot a lady named Pratt, wboae leg
was broken at the ankle, in consequence .
of the starting of a Boston omnibus, in
to which she was ate ping, has receiv
ed fifteen hundred dollars damages. '
Read an Be b "What is tbs dif
ference between me snd a new novel!"
inquired a highly rouged damsel " of
her beaux, "insvhle." sals) bo, A
new novel ia read btcauso it is intsrss
ting; and you are interesting becauso
you are red.
A Capixal Hint. "Rscollsct, air,"
said a tavern keeper to a gentleman who
wa about leaving his houao without
paying hia reckoning, "recollect, sir, if
you lose your purse, you did'nt pull, it
Who wants to be roasted. -It is an
inidsputable fsct that there is no more
Tr4KI;oivino is Jul.. -Sixty prisoner eon
fined in the Jail at New Bedford, Mas, ate up.
ward of a hundred turkie and chickens, be
sides the "variation,' on last thanksgiving "iy.
Buhkir mill MoRUMBHT.MTb proceeds of
the Ladies Fair given in Boston in aid of the.
monument fund amounted to f 30,000 which ad
ded to th Ellslar snd other donation, makes a
total sf $32,756 presented lo th monumsnt so
ciety. '. ' '
certain road to wealth end prosperity1 "6ir,x; A ft w day. ,nw soms of lbs
than by tho wsy of persecutoin. In sportsman in Vermont,h.d . bear bunt, and
other words if yon want to exalt al man of the party aueoeaded id killing ens of Ibssni.
tares, at the ago of 72, extempore in ! serve him as you do coffee, i. e. rout 'g1""1 0TW ,ut baaan .P '
Latin, with his snuff box constantly in him. 1 bat will bring out nis good qoal i . for Term," a th fellow said, waa
his hand; without it he could not get on. itioaj
h wu sentenced to th penitentiary lorlis,
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