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5C7"A-11 JliiU' .'fo;3ifertiseBials, Job
A7or':C,r Sabscriiipu.cousulered tins, vrben
co:itra.-tov, exccp; a.iinstthosd with whom
we have runtjin, accounts.
of the napar: at the expiration of the time
for wiiirhtheVmjv have subscrihe.l, are con -
siJerei rs. wishing to renew; ana is win
ontinit.vl to them accorliiily
ICJR o te" -wiiT-he $?ut out of the county
miifss inxid for in- fidvance. - . r.?4one; anil to luruisb the most varied
lO-AlwrtisBmciits inserted at One '
. e . for the first insoitiou; Filly
Ce:il for "each" tontmuance.
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K.ff.' T,7tfv-!;ht.ii memijcr -
rAnt)o-ar.;-i!g candidates Tbrft.Doi:
?iSf il S'iS V W
Icrof iu.-ienoiis wiion panuci
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iaUy clurycd'llo&le price. V;
LlJ Jt I liiti.? 'J
n New '&-yp a-iu
Yeu'taiiri for oao-quarter. 'odtvi- Con3pjcuous paces' at tbe taverns.not-'
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GLEANINGS FROM PAPERS,
UitU Edlloiial SprtoUinss.
PTircLsi The- editor r. of
AniftrrAtt'Med1cal .Gazette 'estimates
ih-xt onft nhVieLan i3.requird fyr eve -
ry TOO inhabitants. This would give.
ov 4 - 80 000 in ihr-'iiali.oii. .', It is
Dhvsicu'n U not over thirty yezvs riter
h3 enters his" pro"17"s.Vion. nnc it,
foilo-.vrhy c ompatition, that tnrtrae
Ly diatb-to, o.rtosana phy
wfm a;vear. 13afe mo.ri t3 lost ty
icr.vi faiti-Y;; .TiAr ao:EaI summsrand thesun;, .And there,
chin8'of 'l)iisines3 tnaa oy ueain;
nnliLii hsd !invght bo cstimitsd wiih-jia
. - . - n r
We &4,vo, i
th-n'aa actaaVro of72,o00" phyii-,
ciaajnua.-Cly' wbitfh. must made ,Fmiliug. ' countenance betokened
up. A'.unjthp iiicrca?3 of ' pppula- mirthful cess, . benevolence, - magna
tio:i in "the United St.ites.is about, pi mil y, and unconquerable courage,
70D,O03 a'.year,-' which it requires anj without, however, a tincture ofiaal
increase oV 1,000 -phypienna to jsup-lice or revocga.-. . IIa,; Was . richly and
.j- ' "-Thfire -ar. tncr.ure acyit j
l?V,-Ar r':n;ir(r 'ROW 4
and 'leaving aa;aCta-it dciici-jocy oi
000 a yoar, to beVapplwd by. irregu
lar, practitioners. -i7'
Th5 Vincinuk Gaz?tte states that
aii officer in that place recently went
with a search wairant tolook lor some
fine worked collar,., whicn the;
nrl put inhr mouth and "fchut do.wa
on it" Tha oilier, aetermiueu uui,
to b3 foiled in this wayrun'his fin-
(-7r i-1 the eirl's m'6atlr in- order to
fi!i!rer7and th3 girl swallowed
the collar. Thi ended th.3 search, as
the , officer, concluded the collar . was
jii.,., l,;c ?nrTf"rMrin. ' - "
inert jjuwuvi -
Oa Thursday night, at Cincinnati,
Cameron's extensive dry good store
was entered by burglars, . who carried
off'silH satins, and other costly
E&oJstb' thVauaoant, it is estimated,
of seven thousind dollars. . The most
remarkable thing about tho burglary
that two gentlemen, including one
iof th3 proprietors,1 slept ;iu the store
thatnightl-7.:; 7 ,77 :
r. A few days ago, a young mm twsn-v-wn
vpsm of aire, residing si, Ala-
.dtaa, New York, who had been deaf
and dumb since :lia niaQi: year,, was
taken with "vlolsnt spurns of'tiie chest
about a week ago, and, after throwing
ur small5 auintitr of bloodJ' found
that his hearing and power of speech
7 ''The 'piss'ngi iu n balloon exrar
sioa: state tlt at the height' of lO'JO
feet above tho earth, everything
la -dStinctly 1y theih jetjinifed
in about a minute, in an echo as clear
nd distinct as the words spoken ,
phv.slei ins iu tha united brj'it.yer-; irom tho :nicers7 of .vessels on the
lyj To iii3ct this, w.3 have oily 1,4.00. .jiver.- A.s helwas generally acquaint
gridaatas from l!n schools, and about. J with the citizens of- New. Orleans,
300 ' tiiMTs, making tin all4 1,700, I may as weilnams him t ,onco.-
pall oat tne ooLar, wu2n siw oulu, ccflt tQ- frQm eye bellolder
and' taking his finger between her caQ fc0 nQ
t .: i. - ,,1 I
teeth, crusncu u - - -.Jr , ry man." His features, it is true,
TNa'nfn.vr not likinsc the trip, i?rkcd J . . ., UnnAe.nmatUa.t
tl 7;:f7 WITWfflvTM
A Scene fa ?fey Orleans in 1833. -:
One, Cbrh I rius niUt , i a the year
18301 a inasked 'ball-was iyeo : in fi
Iarca brick bouse, nbicb tbdtr'gfcod
the Kue Rampart, do t far from the
, - r j '
1 corner of Toulouse, ana consequent;-
do j y ln 0 j, renCU UIVIS'.OU 01 the CUV
Tbe occasion promised to be a grand
amusements, harjd'-lills,. announcing
Ithe facL had been in, circulation for
tweelcs among the, vessels m .barbor,
had boeri. nailed, up 4U "all the
. - , : , ?. t,, ! I' ..-A
: would be mora distbguished lor beau
tv than, modest.". deportowat.7' At
ity than modest.. deportment
loagth the tims', so anxiously looked ia ' New 6fleans'and'evcty'-A
j for, arrived, and-aran eaVlyh6Wkn, to0; futhatattk'
J. "M it.
tiyWUa. couiumiiuou nuunug lutu me
vast balls which hud ieen. brilliantly
lighted "and ,adorued gorgeously with
festoons, of natural and artificial flow
ers,, intermingled with the emerald
evergreens of tnatsweet climeofeter
' . - . . ' "
since tbe.bappy.day had fainted and
crimson; and gold, a chosen bahd of
musicians had been ..sounding their
instruments in many a soft or start
liug melody, devoted to love or war.
. i' i
.as a preparation and prelude to tho
.coming entertainment. "' 7 r
. At precisely .elevea o'clock, "two
men might have been seen walking up
lufiiue ivimpart, wuosa apuearauce,
as revoaled by; the cloudless- radiance
the full moon, would have attract
ed attention among any people of the
world.--" Qae was a person of. the
most powerful make, muscular andj
,-igi.ie as 7iieroules,.wUa Jearless lorce
t-very TootfalVa it cracked - loud
and deliantly; on tb paTemeot , Ilis
l.irge blue eyes, glowing cheeks, and
even cieirauuv uresseu, ana wora ine
linirv i'if.i r Kmn silmftat-lnopivirahlrt
This was Captain Dye, the command
er of a steamboat in the H-,;Louis.
trado, nnd:he.had landed !but a fe,?of perceptible eagerness.' '
hours before at the levee. ;i . . , ; i
1?. . . i .A 'Never, was the response: 'he al-
ills : companion, wao .nau coma
dowp as a' passenger r with him from j
tbat'se'emed to have been tlirowriio:'
gether at raudom." Nothing could
be detected in his ungainlv figure to
cull Tor particular attention - But a
were not even regular but they
, (wore that dark and almost drejid ex
pression of intense power in passion;
and' self control and coolness in'the
day of danger, which we may read
with so much facility in the portraits
of .Cromwell; His jaw, especially,
was massive , as that of a rcd'tigerj
and it'appeared even more so by con
trast with the firm, yet thin lips, that
looked inflexible as if they had:been
cut out of strips of sheet iron. 7 It
was," however, the small grey eye
that uncovered most the deepest se
crets of his soul. This was - fiery,
restless, piercingand had the strange
habit-of glancing alternately first
over the right shoulder and then Over
the left, as if forever watching a
gainst" surprise from some : unseen
enemy: Mlis countenance altogether
indicated the multiform characteris
tics of the antique hero7 tbe ! great
hearted 'gavage, ud something, per
hsK of the' fallen' arigil, aud in-that
s'i.i.lftw-5 "bf 1 immeasurable v sadness
t which hang always in!uncrbkea gloom
iiis doming auu tnu'uiwuv- -
ye')' rerkaUe Uxs QUre
oinn-l.' .Kinn .r lua taia 11)13 CMIil.
rior' dress consisted of vtanusd buck
sku), -destit'rito: of ornament, while
tbe -belt, wbkjby on t'uti outside of. aiL
encircled, hte waist, .contained . wo
long duelling pistols, tbeir. handles
FparKiing. wun- a- pTOluaion;:pi gold
and silver mountings; and ho carried
.'.' t I - I i : r 1 "l
in his. rigJit; hand, as easily as if it
had been but.a: walking-stick, A rifia
6f extraordinary length and. weight,
which was also cmbelished ns much
as possible with jeweli and the pre
' " CaptAih Dve addresses bis ein'UT
Tar compahioh -Jack; T' Insincerely
wish "I conld dissuaae ou
from : at-
tending the ball. It will "-certainly
result! id bkd consequences 'f:f-c-. ("
i. tSaj' "no rno-Td,, answered be 'ohcr,
Inan' irritated fbhej 'I w'ould-'gd if I
Kn&v; luai.i Enpuiuuo'vonipentiu io
fight in succession cverv Frenchmnu
)You will surelv have to fight one
Frenchman, if no more, provided you
enter tho .ball in your present garb
rejoined-his friend with a .smlle.7 '77
- Tam in a free country, I believe,
as it respects dressing," fighting," ' ap
pearing in - all public pkcuS. -at will,
and every tbirjg' els&'that'is honest,'
Siid Jack T., in- a voice! of! inusical,
i "almost feminine sweetness, but at-the
same time flashing a look' of terribld
import from his small,lwinkling eye3.
,'Vory well, go on7and I will' back
you to the ..end,' was the; Jfaire' re -
sponse: : '
French duellists?' .inquired Jack T.?
after being silent for a few minutes.
'Beyoad all comparison Louis Vil
lere,' replied 'Captain Dyej' 'without
an instant s hesitation.
'What is his chosen weapon,' asked
tho other.7"77 ,77'77." " "-7:,7.:".
; 'The Distol. although- he is nearlvi
before any; profeesional teacher "of
either exercise in New. .Onleans, or
even in Paris, where he astonished
all-. their schools by, his matchless
sTrill ohlr fl nnuntA nf-veara nn-n
. -J ? J
' 'lias-be ftced. much .real fire?' in
terrogated Jack Tn jja.. scents.. b'
traying a slight touch of interest. .. .
' ille has been.en'ififfed.i in affairs . ef
honor two or three times'- annually, to recover 'from his. surprise,"f for' the
evertince he : was eighteen 'ears of.'blow was foijowecl' by a rapjd 1 succes
Age,and.now.hei3 thirtyeight, Jin-sion of irreaislible klcAS thal'mafred
Has he neVer met with any mis-
5-ifnrfnnA?' fnnt'nnp-d f hnther. in' tones
w s - -
hiiugs down hi3 foe, or else
ly as tbe lightning.'
u Jaclc'T. suddenly halted, and fa
cing his cpmpaiiion; inquired sternly:
lWht tTiii!ii lift thn pnspnufinee. in
l 1IU 1 V v- ww wv..wv 1 7
y 6ur' opinion, if "Louis Villero and
myself were to combat with pistols.'
You would both fall dead "; at the
same instant,' said the other.
"'The n';,we. will not fight with pis
tols, remarked "Jack T., as if; telki og
to him. -.'If must see if-we cannot
find Something aUe to. fight with; aud
j in order to do' that,-"! must jnaoage
to cast the -onus., oa.hirn, and force
him fo challenge: me, and then I will
have the choice of 'weapons., .1 must"
turn the matter over iu;my,.jmiiid.
And:whikK thus- soliloquising tliey
reached the:entrance which led to the
ball-room. ; -: ? ) ; ; -; v
Here Jack1 T. was obliged to yield
up his1 arms, receiving checks, prop
erly numbered from the policeman,
who' took" all siioh deadly implements
in charge, so ? a9 to insure . their re
turn on his departure from the. ball.
The' two friends then passed ou joto
tbe grand saloon. where. Hundreds oi
splendidly-attired, men ana women,
nil gleaming "with gold and genis,
wero whirling round in the sensual
waltz, with looks as voluptuous i as the
music which' guided their mo Venrcnts.
.; At first, ..every.'one" wa's "too busily
ngag'ei. to Rotice the 'advent : of the
ecceotric stricter.'', Butvery sopa.a
whisper,Mncreas:ng gradually,, to an
uneasy buzz, like r which 'issues
from a disturbed bee-h'ive; circulated
- .K':'; :: Til UR SD AYj-7
through tho hall, arMpepfctfited into; they alleged, did? no'tjsdmit ..of. any y.
tbo; . fdjeent barrroomV 'hicW- as snch impteacat of, estiuctipn. . .To
usoiii. on account ot-ita lacuuies lornnis iWjKtineuc.ans. ieiuiei.i,. wiai ma
earnings-had' .collected , all the .-most
desperate characters, such as regard-
t'cd rtbe pastime j of - d4iicing as 'a
senseless. fiort of, trifling,-fit for nope
save women aid hoys. f J rnmediately,
when the .'rumor; reached; this opart--
ment-dedicated .io,. dnuk, dJco, and
cards, that a human phenomena" had.
madhis flppearftneevtbev all rushed
forih'to-enjoy thejsight; r determinpdjyillei'e th Ffe;ifh party was finally
also. tbMva omefua at -the espeis.gobl)ged.to..submit, or run the risk of
of the. darifejr intruder. Accordjn2 -
ly different individuals hailqd.'limt
with various "cclajnatious, suca 'tjslbg mornj an immense concourse, of
the following:! Jlpw.iure you, 3Ir.j spectator assembled-. to witaess. the
I.uck skin?!-;? U the game plentiful ImoVtai.tss.neiibouto be. deVided-
in (Texas' this.-season?': vWhere didlThia wasibt pi'ope..romarka.lIe,a8 the
you come from lastfrom.Mifsourij
or; from' th inoon?', .'Will you not
have- a -dance?' 7 7.W6uld jVu notir'ncd: edges of which quick light
(UlllCI IHiH UllUiit - -' Z 1 i I "- (
Jack T.'8 face, however'-did . not
change ifs expression of irondikfe re
pose and ldarkeried glaom. ' Not.,n
nerve in hrs'whbl-systfn trembled.
7; Only the small Tgrey eyes turnsd
yellow vri t h suppressodo wrat h, and
Eeemed to literally "lighn-nt his foes
as ho 5sked Captain Dye In a whis;
per,'A7hich one is Leuis Villere?' :.
7 Ilis friend answered rho' is not
among tbat rudes?t;'bt is yonder
in a'chair therej that sr he, tha rich
hv. dressed trian who is looking this
' wayand laughing so heartily..
. JaVir T. then ( hastily npproaohed
low bow of mock politeness, said:
'lydcar-sir, may I be' permitted to
aikwhat you see -in my person or
conduct to amrase ypa so highly?,J r.
'You are a fool! retorted -Villere.
'And you are a villain anda eow
ardl cried Jack X i a' tones' that re
sounded thtuugh the hall like a peal
There, take my glove! exclaimed
Villere, springing ". upon bis lest, and
hurlitig.fch'e missila alluded tjC'tuIiy in
tho other s'fiice
; .With, tact -came ' abI6w from
the powerful . :hand of JAck T.' that
slretcheu tne.astonisnea' rrcncnmaii
bis full length "along 'the" floor;; nor
did the.iatter ha've one. second's time
with bruises and olood the visage at
which they.were. aimed 'wUb7( remar
kable, energy and precision, until the
pysianuers lnienereu nuu Btfpar.ncu
the ' combatant?; ;. or, , to ' speak" more
properly, sep'ifatedthe man irf
hiickskin from-his prostrate ahd help
less victim.,.. , r , .
: WhenTthalatter'nr6se,''Jack T.; re
marked 'Now, sir Frenchman," the
onus is with you to' 'seek satisfaction,'
and I. shall be but too ba'ppyto grat
ify, either you or any of your sympa
thising friends. Here is my card
and he threw it down at the .other's
feet, and turning carelsssly on his
heel, left the ball-room in company
with "Captain Dye. ' , ' . ' 7;
,.Whcu they picked up the supposed
hunter's ' card, aud-read.it, no words
can - paint their... astonishment. It'
read thus: 'Jack SnaitU T.,'of Mis
souri, No. 8 St. Charles' street,' New
Orleans. -Always on hand.' 7
: This was ihenam3 of a duellist,
whose powers ha"d ;loDg before . in
spired all tbe country along the Tip
per Mississippi and its tributaries
with awe, and the fame of whose
reckless achievements had for some j
years been beard; iu the streets of
the Crescent City. Indeed, he might1
be! said -to be , everywhere known
throushont the.. west. as a dead sf ot,
a man of-strange .'eccentricity, and of
very 'great wealth, noiwithstauding
his usual deerskia dre9.; : ,
On the- following -day, a meeting
was? a'rr'iuged" betweeu the - duellists
to'come'off the morning afterwards
on the - opposite : bank of. the f.river,
near the- site of Algiers.'Vs-tbe
American was the, challenged. pa?ty,
he bad the choice as s.te tbe weapons
ofdeathj and her: selected ri(las,the1
distance - to ; be'i fit ty.r yarfe. The
Frenchman at first demurred' to this
'selection a' being a
lation of the code :
combat: ;;vitb7vgun5;thad0 long: . been
san:citidn3d, aid.'cven4 by.immeuipriHl
custom all over western. States, jvnJ
tharefore wag reudd hojioraity
at least by prescription; and Rs Smuh
swore that be would not. .fight; with
Uoything'but- rifles, and actually
tiirtateued tol repeat the- 'cba3tise-
meht whieh h had; iefliated open
lbeing.4oubly disgraced.. ; ; v' " '
' Accordingly; at sunrise' the succeed
day WW?r amjdst tLick-vqlumed nns
scs of ' .gloomy clouds, through " the
biOgs ocensionally twinkled, and far
behind which distant thunder rolled
intervals - with a heavy jarriu?
souud fhat seemed to shake the solid
globe ovfsr.a circuitof ;many milas,
as if. itrUiad.issaed out. of. the earth
instead. of tbe; Jgky. ... The unpromK
elng statttof the weather, however,
did iiot eve'u . retard. the Rppeafance
of tlie principals and seconds on .the
ground! They; .-arrived very nearly
at. tho am Jnstant; and , after pre-L
paring their nrms.'j and measuring eh
the sprece. agreed upon, tljey-assumed
tfteir appropriate stutious, and stood
"waiting tbr'.the fatftj word, which, . iu
all human probability, was to, be the
litstthit'one or both of. them should
ever hear, ;uotil:.called out of -their
graves by ; the. voice pf.God at the
day of final fire!
But, at the -mcment, (tha, clouds
bad thickened . and blackened almost
to the darkness of a tempest, so that
it seemed, impossible for the foes to
take aim with any sort b! accuracy.
It was indeed an awful time for broth
ers of the same- exalted kind, en
dowed with reasoning rquIs nod hearts
capableiorinGnife affections, to. shed
deliberately caoh other's blood. ,
.However, "no uch thoughts oc
curred to theni. They only cursed
iuternally the unexpected - darkness,
which 'diminished the hsnces cf
bringingthe combat to a epeedy close.
. -At length, the word wa3 given:
- .'Gentlemen, are you ready?'
i 'Iteadvl' '"" - !i
'Fire-one' - - - - "
The remainder of. the sentence,
usual in such cases, was not comple
ted, for at the last intonation of the
term Ifire,'- both rifles went off to
gether! "' But no one fciard either re
port. E'jch was drowned utterly by
a simultaneous peal of thunder loud
chough to wake the dead, while the
entire, ntmosphero; appeared to be
come one vast sea of electric fire
one ' illimitable, blinding blaze of
light, such as a sun might be imag
ined to,yield should it explode! ' : -'J
When the spectators recovered the
uso.of" their eyes and sufficient pres-:
ence pf miad to glance at the battle
Geld', : . they ' beheld - Louis Villere
strode tied on' the earth a corps'?; with
a stream of blood -riinning" from the
bullet-hole in his;'bre"ns whilohis ad
versary sfodd irpctaml' unharmed.
The latter, immediately fipproacbed
and. leisurely scrutinized his victim,
exclafming, as he" f perceived ;ihe lo
cality of the wound r'What a very
bad shot! I aimed at tho head, and
hit the heart?. That1 flash' of light
ning mayperbaj)?' 'account' lor it.' -
" Sive'ral instances have lately been
recorded where persons who, were in
Lthe babjt ..of-.reading-much in rail-
way.cars. had . becoma neafly .blind,
and -an express agent near Boston h.s
totally lost bis sight.' ijt!b'eiug irapu-
(.ted .to , that cause... It 'appears the
jolting motion . causes ,thO; .eyes to
strain iu calchiagj-i he. separate Jet.
ters, and". makes, their effect onJ tbe
retina ,vef lujunuus, ;s
,To become respected, say ''yes,-'' to
w - -j
evcrv ;m'.nV cpiaion, aad tjve - none
A sto'rekoVper ia "Iowa ' adveriiar-si
B E C E MBER
moat glanqg-TiCr. Upug jw.ak-o potatoes aselocgatcjl Orleans JJiMnct&v;:Gaad;i: cit-r:
of bAMti-j which,! tubers with .scorhutitf "optics.' ' That wa3;riot a-good .Soutbern .?otel
:.(!.--1855. - 7, ';777 ; iiiO.
IS55. - -
' For. JfoyetltviVt Observer. , ' .-?
iliu WAtLiCE;- Shjul you def ra
the following: lines; worthy a placQan
y-our- columns, you will gratify , the
writer by, placing, thera thtre. . ;A WjU
add only that they,werc writfcj'lprji
much loved sister's Alburn.. , . ;7.
Thifl worltl, jweet sister, .'ii. ozreed 4
" , Ej jnen'of pv'r.y aitU and crelK ,
r I not, fcp o?f lasting tl;'cs--
Yet leads to better sptieres tlian thla.''""
. " ieavo is pot liere: ' h lies beyolid ' ' ' -'
' t The coiitvieVof the nanW tonib.-
, ; . . tCijt u'cr"4V-yiirl'riiay' welr'r-refwire
To taste thkftnresf6ai:.5oataero. "i
' ' There b a tfrpe eeii here jbfloV,"J j
Of heatordy fjom-v J fetLti.m; glow- . .
f. Eroii rujf whin.py.yeara'Bg breast, . .-.
. : "7Lich, paotLu longs, txj bq at .re'st. .
j TJiat, tvpej my slater, is the love
"7tich I bear tbee'whera e'er I roTe" -s
A love all passiotiless, and fire 'v1'
From arigbt that's deeni'd linpnrity." i 1
0 fenrely sucb a lore as mine . i 7 l
I . rr' tbee, good sister, i divine
- At least is such as angels bear
For guileless mortals ev'rywhere.
' I know you cberish too for me.
( ' Lovs quite as pure as I for tbee:
TL js, t7ii"j it is that mal;es me know
Tlia Jleav'u has types e'ea bcra bclo-vr."
Let vs. uuar. sister, bolb combine :
To sbow the vnrld our loe'3 divins r
Pure and ursullied as tbe snow,
Or foiiTft3tLriigb crystal SinJs that flow. ;
' Thu8 sbali ve,Lwhila ja flesb confin'd,
TKspTi.r'tlie. wondrous power of. Idiud;
. , Which, tboyk tbu3r':CnLvd"f'en 'from
-7 purbii-tb, j;",.. 7', .',
Can make a m'mie HeaV'a of Ejrtli.1
Yes, now', watn rJUo Juite, yes Find
'''Yes, riovi, wbaft all too latf ..yin, fiud . .'
: .'Onolovinj beaTt;is yortli,
. Tao kiodiivi?3 of tha world.combined
The friendship of tbe earth; ..
And frowns, like cloudlets o'er tbe sun
. ..... . ,-... . . , .
S weepo'er that bausbly brow
Bjat all in rain, fair, ficTa one '. "
, j da fiot Jove tbee now!
, -- , . - -. -- . r. ; . , i
' Xo! since I.brotothV galling chain,
- ..In love"a most tender lone,
. A hzvusand nr3 have nortrd ths'strain ""'
. .,Pnc tuvat'heft.to tbee.sflot.ei"' ' J : ' t
Fqr i-b'en tbat sttjflipd charm Was o'er' l- f
i 1 n)dea potemri vovr ' ZCu'X fa r.
j To conrt thy siren smiles iw more - ;'.
- I do rot love tbee now! ; . j - " . .
On all who praisoJ'ror worstbey few, r
Those smiles ere while wore ponre4,T '.: J
. But frown-on rrw when well you knew
TfwyftadiV:!. adored, . . -: , ;
llr heart' tbonc; s?tbed adsore, U f-ee. .
7cAfid Ba.'er ngiin can bow ; -
So, low," as once itbpwed t thee . . .
- - . i ' , . i. . i j
' .- I do not love tbe bow! ,." .
. ; . ; . 4 ! j j:,.
And bn5T fnmor, too, reveals ;
I Thy boat in former davs7- : , . ,
"Uowlovvly ray poorlovtr kneel! , i1 ,
.. Ilowervently he prys!". ,
'Tistrue! ah, Te,'X woraTiipped then,
Too o;vf'I j):!nw: 7
But never brentlne that Vast again '
I dorotlo-etbn6w! ; ,,; ; j.
...... ?,t,. . . -
I read, when that proud lip would curl, 1
The tliougbts you co-ild not hide; '' '
You loved and yet. bnse mirdgd girl,' ',,
Would raakemafeed your pude; .
' But now my freedom i$ realnci- .
. 7' Thy heart wHl. tell thee how." -And
now I feel what j ou but feigned ,
I dor.otlovo thee low! . -.!:.
The blow recoils, ard well I know f
. - -That at this very hour, . "'
Thou'dst gladly gp've tb'ne all bejow, '-'t '
Forbalf thy former power; ' -
''But vain you use tho; wmr.injrarta, ; '' '
' None better known than thou . , - ,
' A bonrtelegswa3te divider our hearts' ,:m
' ."IxialBTot love thee tow' .
" Mr. Thomson at Nhpa VaH',
Californi a has upon his ranch a rtejrch
orchard7-hiif a nrll v square. - The
trees, two. three, arid four years "old,
are sot 24 Tee t' apart, ia straight lines,
and between" the trocs'. err'r distant.
are ' planted apple"' ' arrJl ' f e; r tne,
many small "-vineyard?, wifh almost
every. variety' of foTeigu frmt,'besides
plum and f;g trc es. strawberrie?, ra?p-
Verries. rhd currents in eiidl.?V yrrie-
tv.''"jrjMs'bvcr GOO aert-inrifniiL
- c aijs'.,;; 'i . t i i:; ;5r ,
' TfcwiJbrtj. 07 Hunt, ! wrii tvAted
gAt-:tl7 Kebwiska'As.ti was dftat-
d f .'f-CoTrK ; in. U.e'laiiK' 'election
ifii - 'uiHaHa. : ih bno of: v-theXew
which -wi-l tike the place cf tl.-cpach - . --V 1113
trees when fipy are rjmcvedfrem old MS" botn vi,
ag-77 Ailoiher :Vncic7irnj' hnSOOO thatncaorpohaljgi&iri? fivh-ifrt-d
crvnW-lr.r'::-ir. 'knt in nr'Prrm nrAor. Cailes in an. hour," wbhld reiire- f-J'if
and Yd beai6g:fiaii!;.J'-n.3- has also njilhon'years U Tna-
i CTT'ahV composed of 17 lcfter?..t. :
iTy Iy4;eri3k nt'4n North,;7
-'" "? Ameriea." 7 ; -zln-. t.,',;,..-, .r,..-;i
M2,-14,-C'Jfj;-ia -;cajtylcf x '
3,4rC,srij mouria:B3 ri Auiiri;7. ' ' "
'Mr 4, o, 10, is a'rivJr in the 17 ZfA- '
My 5. 4, 2, 0, 12, 2, is u count i i-
1 NowYcfk; 7 .j
My 0, 4; 17 2;m 8,iake in Ii Imrt. . r "
My 7j 9," C, 2, 17,.ia a county iu tfUz,:
"My S,,10, 0, 9, is a river in Gefmasv:
fMy 0, C, 10, :s a sea'ia ;Asi::; i '
My 10, li;i7, is river ih Ktssil
My II- 13; 'C, ii a Tlver in Acs.t.' .7 .ri
My 1 2T- C,-;17r is river in, Eag'l. j
My 13, ,1510, 10, 14,,a. city -b7
Europe. , . .' . '." '
4My 14,13, 11, 15, 7; is";a7town'i'-i '
:' .llusaa. ' ' . 7' " !
MV 1 5,' G,' 24v is a county in Missouri;
My 1G, 15, 11, 17, 2, 13, u a mount
ain in Oceanica.
My 17, C, 7, 15, IG, is a river in
Buenos Ayres. '
My whole wss a distinguished poet:
ENIGMA. v , . .
- I am composed of 20 -IetttrsT ' 7
My 17, 9,18, 12, 5, is something-"
about a knife.
My'd,M3,.20,'i3 a rrcpesition. . "
MylD??7,'10;il,r3 what merchanlo1
; , - wKb-to:do2.:J 7 :t . 7 '
Mr 11,-9, .4, is- what . soma, newspa-..V..p-rado.VJ
My G, 2. 17, is n.?ed ebbut vrr-gens."
My 20." 3, 12, is a ltind of crairi.- '
My 8,10, 15, 5, if a kind of garment'-1
My 14, 19, f, G, ii Eoinethieg uised -
in gnrdens;-.-, , ; . ....
My 14, 2, .5, is an animal., , 1.
My 6, 23, 11,1320, was Prcsiden-fr
cf tho" United States.' 7' '
,. , My who!? ha Newspaper pa.hlisled.fi
in the United Stites. v . ; :. . Jii.
- Ajistccra.io Eivgmas iiihsftretlti '
Observer. uDo 'net' hcrrbw 'cgain,'.'
and wCbofbwhuttlie"Bay.n ; i
A S-ddlc&p, Grocer.
-Among ,;th3 -prsEtmentj of ihi
Grand Jiiry;orCai3uc'o7ni' v, G.orii; '
ftltt first weclc, wir.otice th-i'folloihir
"Tho Grind Jary of." tha j resent
week -v6r:Id - also most . rcs'ptc'Xi'ly; ;
represent ita&th?ir opinioa,that som .
thing like a saddlebags grocer) has
been kept by7 tip Superior. Court of.
this week, ia U13 itcgust parsonage of
one of. the Constable?, without license;
wherefore we caunot safely conclude
that the Temperanco causq is h'ghly
eit?em?d, .by that arm cf.thi '.law,-.
and while wo, exonerate tha . Couri J
4irom a Knowledge even oi uus new; v
established feature in the trafilc, sliil
we ir.ust.stit our face3 pgsiast. all s?d-dlt-ht
grocaries, end rjir.re e.cially
cannouise, and hand hisj deeds cf con
summate eflroDt ry and shame., uwri.
to future constaJ:lc?y as a well-indrked.
instance of loiUful coiitciripl fur fyvri:
Ve did r.ot see the lujuor, but we JM
see the saddle-bags and ; h the de
liberate opinion .of this. .Juiy tliat no'
other Jury ever sa.y a pair . of sadJIo-
quite a fetu.ui acpaauhga to the Oort
anyhow, arul when Le grows so occii
tifvViij kss, atobccoia paii r.'id par
cel; of ead'llefcags, that '.- Eraolls ju.it
Iike-a bokea jug cf irandy Jr3 'af
ia&3 ta a.sLaho& ?mall ia e;:r eyes'
that we thial; JtsV of'so'.ilsi (111111.'.
We have discovered, by a"uioe c'ai
culationtliat hboai the ssme length
of time wilLb'o rrqufcQl fr a Know
'reach .the Pr?5idnt:3l-
i'-'i .... 1
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.I.m.Kon, m a 1,-ciur
gl -Aracricau, says: 4A me'ric ft, wr.C"!. I
iiuo in steamers , in vie 7ef ' Luciftr
matches, if . theyl'csujd tSerehvv; mef
an hour ia crossing tl'AtLnntic.-1
whan kept b v. a constaole . in attend
anoa upon thPCourt. The part ieulaf
constable we hava conclaaod 'thus t
b?gs that sarclt lixe a. iu of 'lirn-iy;
bcfura for "they m7"It nuu'..thVj,.:g:
kaJ been Irc.'&i-n -Now, a constaLU is
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