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(Sciicral Jackson's Iarriae.
This event in the history of General Jackson has been often alluded to, hut the circumstances attending it are very little known. The subjoined narrative is from a eulogy delivered at Natchez: lUiss Kachel Donelson, the daughter of Col. Dcncl son, of Virginia, had been celebrated for her gayety, Jier lamer her an or phan. Sue formed an unhappy matrimonial connec tion with a morose, jealous, and dissipated character The JZoiiapurte llace at Ilordctifown. The following letter describing the present condi tion and occupant of the late residenceof the ex-King of Spain at ordcntown, N. J.t is from a correspond ent of the Evening J?0;t : In a brief visit lately to Philadelphia, I stopped for a lew hours at the really roval residence of the late Count de Survcillierd, (Joseph JJonaparte,) which lies affability and sweetness of disposition, near the high road, now railroad, about half wav be- cm i "rated to Tennessee, and, dying, left tween New York and her Quaker compeer. This property is admirably situated for commanding effect at a bend of the river Delaware, which sweeps with a graceful curve around "Point Urccze," and wanders meandering through a beautiful champaign country till quite lost in the distance. It is a singular fact that Napoleon in looking over an American map ma ny years before the downfall of his house, pointed out this spot as a charming site fjr a country residence. His brother Joseph, in coming to this country, re membered the situation thus singularly suggested, and purchased the property. A splendid mansion which he erected here, was destroyed in lSXiU by lire, and fad to relate, many valuable objects of art were swal lowed up in the contlagration. An observatory, which is well known to all travellers, now stands on the spot of this disaster. Ky the will of King Joseph, this beautiful property has descended to his grandson, the young Prince of 3Iusignano, who hap just reached his majority. The principal buildings consist of the res idence of the late count, which is now occupied by the present owner, and is constructed in the interior very much after the style of an Italian palace. On entering the hall, you turn to the left, and passing through the billiard room, enter the grand drawing room. This leads to several smaller saloons en suite, num bering six or seven, leading to the salle a manger, which opens on a conservatory. On the seond lloor are many lino rooms, including the principal library some forty feet long. All of therii, above and below, are richly adorned with pictures of the old masters of the greatest value. I have no time to dwell on their several merits, though ther. is not one in the collec- came son became where 1 runt ere . . -i.i ii . went to Kentucky. Learning thai ne inieiujeu return ing and taking her there, and dreading his inhuman ity and bad treatment, she determined to -eck an asy lum in Natchez, beyond his reach. Natchez was then the Oregon of America. In the spring of 171)1 she came here with Col. Starke and his family. At the earnest request of Col. Starke, Cen. Jackson piloted his family through the Indian country. After his re turn. Judge Overton communicated to him the as tounding intelligence that he was the unconscious cause of the last separation ; that it aroc from Rob erts's jealousy of him ; ar'd the circumstance of his accompanying Cel. Starke, to protect his family from the Indians, had been seized upon by Koberts as a ground of divorce, in a petition to the Virginia Le gislature. The thought that an innocent woman was suffer ing so unjustly on his account made licncral Jack "The Vespucci." The X. Y. Express devotes on article to the too celebrated America Vespucci, who applied to Con gress some years ago for a grant of a little bit of the continent baptized by the name of her great ancestor. It notices the fact (quoting from the Detroit Adver tiser,) of her reputed residence with a wealthy single gentleman at Ogdcnsburgh, in this State, in a semi Italian villa, which is thus described: "Out of the business liuc, its most noticeable 'lion' is the ex-Countos3 America Vespucci, who has taken shel ter from the ingratitude of Congress under the wing of a Mr. , a eincle gentleman of Osdcnabiirzh. The residence nf tho soi-disarl descendant of old Ainericu i violent a"itatio"u. sc tor News and Talk. A little while since the whole of the United States was in a violent political storm. Every body was agitated, and if each one didn't have Iiis own way, the world would go to ruin beyond the probability of a doubt ! In fact, very few persons had their own way. Even the office-seekers of the suc cessful party were nine out of ten disappointed. But what of the world ! Why, the world went on just as it did before, arid the political elements have settled down as peaceful and epiict as the moonshine in a summer evening aficr a storm. Now, we have a storm of Theology, Methodists', KuptisiK, Presbyterians, Catholics, every body is in a The difficulty was made up, and the wedded pair ' 1 , T YCJVI0,CI1 a,t;ltlüü' s usu.a. every body must have Ids me together again ; soon aller which Andre. Jack- ; ZS S3 down hiio its ,upe,b- ! " ? "Al" :f?,f?.S ame a transient bonier m two same nun , Jy d garden. with i.leaant arbors, and it oriel j.T:","- " "r.1'"1' loberts and his wife were residing. A second willdfiwf x lU sudy-cuiorril, projecting sun curtains- jtI n any other, lhat spirit is M soon oecurrid, and llobcrts left his wile and ' civxn; a most indulent and Italian air to the manion,and smiles with great indifference on the fc . .... . bearing testimony to. the national habits and tastes oi iu mistress. The foot-passer along the street, however, is excluded from a sight of auy thing hut the upper story of a building, bv a wall at least ten feet high. If Alias America be fndced, as she pretend., a descendant of the renowned Vcspuccius, he is pin vim; a role that exhibits as little respectjfor her renowned ancestry, as for the ma- Ii y lasiuonauie anu uihiiiigimut-u ietoitj m mo who feasted and followed her, a lew years since. Mr. Lester, our Consul at Genoa, has thus noticed the Vespucci family in a recently published letter : , 'The Vespucci family arc poor. Two daughters. crc engaged in teaching school, while the son, the only line al male descendant, is employed in the Treasury Depart ment of tho government, at a salary less than a hundred dollars. The Duke of Tuscany, however, pupplies the wants of the family from In own pocket. Mr. L. was the f rst American that had ever tailed on the family, and they were deeply nflected by the compliment, as they I.m,I iimn l.l.n in i.rl i i.-.l :.t tlio Iii'ffli-Pt I.I Itlir COIINIM .Ws sons.tive mind most uneasy and unhappy, lie are d , t,,il::rin,.d , ,jie CÜIlduct of their immediately flight out 1.U.t.s and expostulated with J islvT Nvj)0, after havui" been the mistress of some dozen men, had the impudence to ask our government lor a grant of land to herself, as the only descendant of the him on the injustice and cruelly of his causclcrs sus picion ; but the interview ended in mutual defiances. At length news came that the Virginia Legislature had actually granted the divorce in aeeordai.ee with Iloberis's petition. Forthwith Andrew Jackson has tened to Natchez, and offered his hand and heart to The Doiliomicy f Illtlilllia TllC Tli- , en, had he listed and savrd society from such a compro lliiiplt '0llllIet, AC. i ini-e of its character? NVe fear tfiat there were those The returns of the State show that the Democracy ! ''tre, who knew all about it, yet spoke not, for various are triumphant in both branches of tho Legislature, ! r.-a-..n--rcaSoi.9 n .disgraceful to them as men, as Amer- . , p , , , , " I leans. VV hat was the tru character or the person aliud- with ei-'ht ot the ten members oi Congress, and a i , tn wan .,, rtnna .,..i ,.ri...r.,r. i r i.''i,oii u oio K uiivi i'idtt iuiiui v i v V lion which would nt affiird study for a painter. Per haps the gem of the gallery is a delicious painting by Kaphael Meng, and though the plory of Iiis name is somewhat faded, yet this relic of Iiis genius is enough to preserve his fame. The subject is the Nativity, and in the composition, drawing and coloring, no thing can surpass it. Ti e stamp of a master hand is rvery where ujoii it, and it needed nut such exquisite delicacy of touch and careful finish to make it a most precious work. It was painted tor one of the kings of Spain, and the price paid was sVJ.j,(lO. There is a rumor, well founded we believe, that s"":no of these fine pictures are to be sold, as others are daily expected from Italy, that would hardly find room in the present crowded state of tho walls. To return to the buildings, there is another very hovy mansion, connected with the one first mentioned by a subterranean parage, which was made to ailord an easy communication between the houses without ex posure to the weather. There are other houses of smaller pretensions, unnecessary further to mention. The Park is some three miles in extent, and laid out in carriage drives and walks. There are seven or eight flourishing farms attached to the property, which yield a goodly revenue. It was the especial delight of the late Lord Manor" tn bestow his time and at tention to the improvement of this favored spot. lie lavished large sums of mon w on his troops of work men, and gave steady employment to all the poor of the neighborhood. Tiie kind heart of Joseph Uona parie never deserted him, whether in the golden halls of the Escuriel, or the serene seclusion of " Point l'rceze." The princely inheritor of this splendid do main is a grand -on of the late Count. His mother is the Princess Zanaide, daughter of Joseph, who married her lirt cousin, Prince Charles eldest son of Lucien. The Prince ef Musignano ar rived in this country but a month since, and has al ready enlisted the warmest feelings in his favor. His amiable disposition, graceful bearing and bland ad dress, have fjuite charmed all who have approached him; and it is a pleasjnt thing to know that the kind memories, surviving of his beneficent grandsire, are likely to be renewed and perpetuated by the generous impulses of his worthy descendant. The Catholic church of Uonlentown has just received an instance of thi-4 young prince's bounty in various rich gilts that its drooping resources stood sadly in need of. The prince is the residuary legatee of all the stocks, funds, &.c. left by the Count de Surveilliers in this country. He is, besides, the recipient of various in teresting and valuable legacies, ns the coronation robes of the Emperor Napoleon, and several hundred of his private letters. These will furnish a useful sequel to the great work of Thiers, now producing such gener al sensation. A magnificent service of plate mi "lit be mentioned tot, a present of Napoleon to his moth er. The metal alone is valued at fifty thousand dol lars. The residence at "Point Prceze" is occupied by the Prince de Musiirnmo and his attached friend and adherent, Adolph Maiilard, son of the executor of Jo seph. TJiis gentleman, though a few years older, has been the companion of the Prince from his infancy, and should it be the destiny of young Joseph to be called to any loftier sphere of action, Adolph Mail lard would be sure of a brilliant career. The second residence bef re mentioned is refittin for the occupancy of Möns. Louis Maillard, the de voted follower of the late count through every var'u ty of goo 1 and evil fortune, for the loiig period of thir ty-eight years. In Naples and Spain, he was a prom- J l.'nion, she will find a home and a resting place upon inent ohiccr in the military household id Joseph., and i the soil and among the sons et Indiana. A Aiuu- Vespucci family." The Express thereupon remarks : "So are wo ever destined to be humbuc'rrd, in this : country, until our ridiculous mania fr eveiy thing for th innocent and amiable woman, who hr;d been made einn s-iiall be fullv cured. We recollect very well the so unhappy bv false and unfounded accus itions. He ' figure that this woman cut, through two seasons, at came to Natchtv, to give the world the highest evi- j Washington ; how flattered by the men, how envied by denre he could give of her innocence. J,,e women, how feasted by the lu h, how till ed about i . . f , . at- T t by the poor, how courted by the cabinets, how gallanted Al hough tree to form a ne r com o.vion, Mrs. Kob- : ? J, orf j)W li(Ililid L al. She w' antlve BUp. crts declined the prof ered o Her. h-.t Anurew Jack- ' ßtjM . ' bc:,ullllll in pcrs0n, accomplished in mind, son was not to be outdone. He addressed her in the nnj engaging in manners. Sha had the address to push l.tiguage ef Iiuth to Naomi: "Entreat me not to ,Pr intercuts almost to the successful point, but was de leave tiiee, for where thou goest I will go, where thou j terred by the interposition of one of those lucky incidents !udrest 1 will lode. thv luoole shall be tnv neonle. ! " legislation which often defeat the best laid plarnof thu and thv Cod invbod; where thou diest I will die, Klnu- v ,,rivc inueeu,io rongraunaic ournenes ; ciiantyt conveyed it to the spot where her oariings and there will I "be buried." A promise which he lit- j u this rae, that such obstacles do sometimes intervene, j w?re dqosiu J and, to all appearances, adopted it as it r iri i c .i l r , It would be a very creditable record in oar annals that we , ' orally fulfilled in refusing the sarcophagus of the Em- I d b Ltj,lgg,ij (,ut of a ,arge prailt of tlie aliunai j wn. . pcror Alexander Severus, tint he might be bunwl by : domaillt , br.neretricious arts of -th mistress of a yonn-er cat, having thus scon Ahe cct ot her. At lenir th, af.er eotna three months, Mrs. Hob- ; hundred rnen." . ! her solicitude provided tor, rctircl slowly to l.er nun if vi hi i fw w 111 1 a. rri into itssupcib-L " , " rtl "k,11,ö vv1." BUd"1- in,T arc mi' I nmt.l L-n I lorn la c-M.r.t , .Mainmou. He lljcious idea that that thing depend on Uovenrneiit, or Conscience. or Liberty. He throws oil im the waves of conten tions, und soon makes every body intent on the game of the Dollar. . This is a potent spirit this Mammon,, and a potent clement of society is the. Dollar. There arc some few rebels in the world a gainst such a. dominion as this. Put they are unable to change the current. Society is frequently much agitated, but the strbam tends ultimately to business, and the world goes cm i'.i the oltl-fi'htonod way. Cincinnati Chronicle. KxTRAonoiN.1 rv Sagacity of a Cat. Wc have the following mcedote from an unquestionab'c source, pud assure our readers that the statement may be re lied on : . . A irentlcman of this city had two cais upon the premises, relaled by the ties of mother and daughter both of which were blessed with a litter of kittens about the same time. Not many days afier, the two mothers were .observed sitting together in the plied, C5 CT 7 and intently eyeing each other, as if holding a con sultation. After the lapse of several minutes thus spent, the younger cat returned to her kitten, one on lv having lived, and brought it towards the older cat, which rstill kept her place. This kitten she placed ditectly before her mother, and then sat down not far from it. The two parents looked aain at each other for some time, when the older retreated, leaving the kitten where the mother had placed it. The mother again took up her mewing offspring, and once more approached her recusant companion, when the same ceremony was repeated with similar effect. This occurred several times, when the older cat, as if influenced by the mute appeal of the moth er, took up the grange kitten thus forced, upon her Currccudvr the Indiana .S:v Srntmtl tntJ.fD. CARLIiLEt CO., mXIMers mtU .McrtiuuU. T'.iJ " in:. vCthsHo.-v AwEKEn. jwm ol the puritan!- LM)2 1.APOMS ".VHOL.I1SAI.U IItIC'i:.S cai oigoi3 wno control irie presses devoted to the Ab alias the Native Americans', asked a low weeks ago, what would be our situation wjiila so ma ny foreigners were in the .country, in case of a war with some other nation. Wc are prepared tö an? wer their impudent insinuation in a tone of overwhelming triumph. Wc point to New Orleans for a reply to their malignant inuendoes. At the first . blast of the war trumpet, when but a mere pp'Mrk was floating above the horizon, six hundred Irishmen assembled in a public meeting and with the most patriotic en thusiasm, declared their readiness t'i enrol themselves under the glorious stars and 'stripes ; the German Ya- vers also volunteered to a man ! Pusillanimous hvn- Deminso tJASTINr.S irhat shall u c do in ni.e f a nur ? U. V. Journal. nEEF net BACON pr lb Hog mund Shoulders Silfs clear Hams COTTON YARN lb 15 CAMJLKS , cr lb Steai inc Tallow mouU COFFEE per lb Rio erts being convinced that the chivalry wnich prompt- . "If this title, at the time Mr. Lester was in Italy, was 'straw, where s! e was soon aficr taken with a fit, and ed the nronosal had become as-jeiated with yenuine ' so plainly and niovcrbially annliid to this person, bow I almost immediately died. Vv e leave it for natural- love, accepted the oiler, and thv were married in this came it fit is pertinent t ask) that ?uch a fact was not j t() explain whether the invalid cat was aware of citv or its vicinitv and returned to Tennessee. On known in tins country . trat it did not transpire jirr p;M edy dissolution or not; or whether, what we arriving there, finding that the divorce had not g'ne d"r"S u,,'m,p l,,a ,,s ventur. was experimenims call instil.-, in the lower order of animals, does not i it I r. l i .i i c " en the "U hhihtv of trie creat flks at aünington and i .:.,-iilf -,n.ifti vi.rv nmr irw' ivlnt trrtrd through all the forms required by the laws of ir-, . in tlm llnheH s.atca ? iicr ai)Uicalion to occaMonally r , proach virj mar tcv u hat u terr;.ed rimn nt tho timo t.f thi-ir n-trrinio hnro. the rem- . i- i. f ! reason am-Jlllf tllC human SpOClCS. leiC Jlft b ...v. ... ........w i on;res9 was nuu.ic vuouu hit nosuion -ui uuun : . inony was again performed there. i notorious enough she was talked about, and written ; rier about enough. v a thero not one who could have ?pok- A Conscientious Pookstealek. A bookseller wh. exposes books for sale in his open shop-window in the city, having recently .observed that ho lost a number of books, notwithstanding he always found the exact ijeavtity, bating those that were sold, on taking them popular majority of about And this is no ac- ; vvrimv pon' tlie Treasury of the fSovernment. Tho j in ni-r,,ts' an'' :? t bndmg severa books cidental result. Indiana is a Dcnveratic Mate A' m wXt we hear (.f her, and we all hear of her, ever fince, ! among his own of which h? had not the slightest and ru li -ul. The great mass of her citizen are dc- ! i that the is living in a walled villa on the frontier of , knowledge, was the other d iy induced to watch a mocratic in their feelings and habits. The old pion- ' th country, the kept mistres of its owner. A pretty j demure-looking young man rather closely, whom he eers who stru""!cd with the savages for a home in : position fur tho descendant of the man who gave his had constantly seen looking at his books, but scarcely the western wTlds have not yet dwiilpeared; and they na," to f continent for a claimant, in his name, of the CVtr jr" a purchase. In this employment his e-ive tunc and character to this generation. Agricul- bounty of tlm nation called alter hun-Amer-1 euririiiC was Vcry soon increased by observing his tural pursuits have engaged their attention and had, , , . . i 1 customer put a book m hn poket, anc pu!l another We If am that the business of manufacturing cot tons and Mmc otiier kinds of goods has been so lu crative during the year pat, that many small estab lishments, costing from forty to fifty thousand dollars, have realized profits exceeding their actual cost. There is no other branch i f business in the country which can boast of such large profits, eo uniformly and generally realize d by all whose capital is employ ed in it, as the manufacturing establishments which have sprung up under the unjust and unequal protec tion of tho present tariif. JV. Y. Post. EXIXUTION OF C.KTE!t AND I'aT. KF-. The SolcOUl sentence of the law was daly executed at Uelvidere, N. J., on Friday, t'pon Joseph V. Carter and Peter W. l'arke, convicted of tlie murder of the O.stncr family. The culprits died, protesting their innocence. The e.ec iti'n w.'is attended by ten thousand persons. I he seatloid was elevated to the level of the top of the fence which the law renn Ires to be erected in order to render the execution privat". It was rather a public spectacle. The description of the scene m the Newark Advertiser, is like that of a hore race, or any similar exhibition. The Gram Lodge of the I. O. O. F. at Cincinnati, have voted nii appropriation of one hundred and fifty dollars, for the dueuvery and spprehrnsloti of tho in cendiaries and n. inderers in the Xenia tragedv, bv which a brother of the (rder was assassinated. The whole reward now amounts to si in: scl,4W, sulii- cient to recompense any degree of zeal and exertion to bring the perpetrators of this shocking outrage to justice. Caution to Paiikms. Anu'bcr child was poion ed, a fe'.v days ago, io K'Misingteo, bv eating the seed of the common Jamestown or jimson weed. The child rnnif r-ted the usu il symptoms of fever a'?d de lirium, which soon reached the hig.hcst degree, of in sanity or madness, rind b'it for the timely aid afforded by Dr. Kichurd Chapman, would have terminated in death. Parents cannot be Uo vigilant, in guarding their ehiloren njramst ratinir the seed of this rank and pernicious weed. Letter. IMoiiEh moulds 3 00 a 3VONAlLScut ;Kihts fJ a 6 ,Sixi.t 3 bl LKATflF.R sule lb a 7 ,ea! pr doZ a 10 OILn iti iral , Luis cd a 15 L-ud a o rno visions heans Ahite 0 l'. t-tocs a Oi.i n a l liit.e Uilttcc 10 S 20 22 75 a 73 a a a a 22 a 23 1 03 a s 8 4 41 FLOUR AM) MEAL 'Laid City mill pr bhl 2 2.r a 2 .V) SALT pr .uh Coui.tiy brand 2 0U a 2 2-ol C. A It lt u, Corn meal pr buh 31 i a SKKDS pr bu-h HiLll pjr Lu-lo I eiavir Apples diieJ lo sictn Peachc diieu GLASS ity 10 10 by 12 C2 20 Zl f, 10 6 4) 1 7 12 7 W s CHAIN per buihtl bS a 1 OO.Klax 37 a ritnoihj 1 CO a 1 12 SUNltKIKS- Kcalbeit 2 2.'i i 2 50 lifcswar 3 20 a 3 .WGii'srujj 3 ea 4 oo 75 a so 1 O'J a 1 2ä 22 a 2 'i a 25 Whcr.t Crrn Oals II A V per ton Timothy Clover IKON per lb .MOLASSi:: pr pnl 4 a 5ü 3 Soaj. bai No I ülj a 2'J a ) No 2 10 a 12&TKAS gun powder Impel ial 4 30 a 5 00 om hvon . '. 4 1)0 a 4 5 T(JtACC( Jenf a 6 a 45 a 3 5 4 3 62 a M Ü2 M 30 a 60 I a 2 45 a JWIHSKEV prCsl 23 a Cincinnati I'ciccs turxui. Corrected from the Chronicle of Stjjternb;r 2. 7o?r,city mill-,bl f3.00a3.03 07, liriecd, Jt O.GOaO.Cj Canal i wa ns, 2 Sä i3 03 Sift Kanawha, L'Jb 0 230 25 Grain, u bct, buh O.OOaO.o Seeds, flis, bsh D S.7a0.00 Corn. lliy, lo-e, ton, 0.3la0.3V TimoUiy, I..ri0a2.2." l?UO.2.0i Cl.vcr (004 00 S.O04I2 00 IVh.yi.ey, gall 0 tSalSj . t.ou.NTEr.Fr.iTi v ;.! (' co'uite-k'itcrs have just b-'f.-M arrested in Viriv. Kv. It is only a part if a L'.mg and tlie remainder have, declared their inten tions to bum the tu.vn which has caused rrcat excite ment. a happv miluence upon their rrmcirdcs. lucre are -,w' V . 6 1 ' . . , troin undi r his coat, " im-ii iu piac-ja amongst the in Indiana no splendid fortunes v.hcrtbv to control , !M,rin l'f V"- tKrasiont 1 rc,,( or of j r(w;t on tho lKarJf and l!lt;i deliberately walkrd awav. the mass; few corporatiuns giving power to a limn- ' J',lc w!i;rh ll'd UU ,WC lflCV0 l:c .V5-'4rc ,l,ot;,l L'ein-, however, desired to walk back again, and ...,1 n r.,1 nr,:...r..l. ... 1 ,w.r 1 1 In ? ro ,r,lnur wolf- I t the geiitlcmaii en v hcul the resjonslbll it V rests f,r Urrn.mt f.,r liisf-ondiiri.tl.ptrPiiiblino enlnritatle.i rth Tin: ?i ikii:ts. - Cl.'Cl.yjS'.iTl. -Stfit. U. I'otiK. A 1. yrtterdarof 100 b!!p. mcfs at Nl3,r0; fiO do clear at 1 1 about $I14J ,UU Mc at $14 all ca-li. These b.t$ Are in- tundt-d, we btlicve, to o down the river. Iheseiatta are the h:het fthe tvaon. WmKtY. A t-ale Mu rdav of T.00 bbls from tere nt 18; oO do from Ilailro;id depot at-tha ?iune ;'10 do at lsjr, 4'J do I'rom river ibis morning at Jfc; 17 do at Ib4 -; the same was refund fur another lot.. I'lour. No saK-s heartl tf at canal ; St5 .Of was offered for a lot in store and refuse; a aale esterdaV r.tier ur report oi iA bl h from Morn af ', 0Q di mitkd brands on S.iturd iy at $3, delivered and inspection gtiar- antien ; JUU d irom store at lutewatur Vrial yesternay at ;j,U.i, inspection guarantied ; 1U at J, do and dehv rrnl ; 3Ö0 do, old, at '2,?U, inspection giarantird. Chronicle. ii v ZCnv.i:ir on (lie .11. Ac I. Kail Hnntl dur ing Hie wrt'k cndiit Atip. 30, Ill. IVotlcc. fj7"Scvcral of our I'T- duce su! sobers wbo desire to continue Ihc paper must attend to it at once. 1 wach in i. The Rev. Mr. WOItTM.of the Associate R'furmeJ ?ie-tyic-iiin Cbuich, will pieach io tlie SEMINARY, ou next SaLbath, ent. 7, at 4 o'clock, . m. dutunril. 14 1 Tascngers. 70J () ILs Merehandise. ). bis Suet. Whi-kev. i M(dassfs. 0 Tar and Cctncht. r half bis Ikrr. 4 keg , Tovvder. l Fan Mills. It) buh tstone Coal. I crandeur at the expense of the general happiness. The habits of the 1'eople are tcuinunical and industri ous, and hener their wants are few and easily sup plied. A ricii sod yields a respectable living, and conscious independence. They have little tate for the gaudy luxuries ef life, and would n t barter thir free thoughts for the splendors of gloated royalty. There is, in our own Indiana, as much personal inde pendence as much self-reliance as much feeling of Jv.jirAi.iTV as much sti kn dkti:i:mi.natio to li: rnnn, in THoe;ii r, vo:;i and t r.r.p, as in any State in the wide-spread l'niun. Tho Thori-K, moreover, take a er -at interest in the alfiirs of the nation, and ar? a reading people. The time was when Indianiaus thought mro cf the man than of his measures. J!ut time has j)ass ed. They now scrutinize the policy and measures of the "overnment. Th'V have been deceived, and now have awakened to their interests, and are determined to rule themselves. Extravagance in legislation has taught them a ksson that will serve to endow ti.em with political wisdom sufficient t enable them to es timate tlie heartless demagogue and designing faction at their proper worth. And as Economy, Intelligence, and Equality are the great safeguards of lJemocracy, wc rely upon Indiana as one of the firmest .States in the great Democratic phalanx. And when lJemocra cy shall have been driven by the corruptions of Fed eralism and W higery lrnru every other Mate m Hie on the withdrawal of his royal master from Europe, accompanied him to this country, where lie still sought to rentier himself useful in circumstances so altered and unexpected. Mr. L. Maillard is a person of rea dy address, great knowledge of the world, and a cap tivating frankness of manner that never fails to se cure confidence and make friends ny Diinorritt, Aug. rj'.f. IVoiiHesitI'iit I.iikI Holders. Non-res:dent3 are ruinous to any country. They aro a striking mark oi me aiieeiion oi nirig Joseii, m lieing appointed solo executor of his vast istate, a trust of great responsibility and dilhVult manag'-ment. lie has been actively engaged in Europe for ncail a year pat, in the discharge of his onerous and im portant duties, and is no.v similarly engaged in this eonntry. His visits are frequent to I'iulatlelphia, to hold consultation with the friend and counsellor of the late count, tlie Hon. Claries J. Ingcrsoll. Möns. Maillard has become so much attached to this country by long residence among us, that he will remain here, unless tho fortunes of the house which he Ins so faithfully followed should by some sudden turn of the wheel call for new tiisphys of energy and devotion. The Trince is undecided as to the length of hii stay, and will probably travel out the country previous to bis return to Europe. the leu hes that are drawing the lif:-blood out of the community. If such will neither round their money J le has received among us, nor improve their property, they should bo be no impropriety in the course as is calculated to Curiol's IlF.vn.Non. A man and his wife having a bitter quarrel, in order to apjM-ase their fury they threw all of their portable furniture out of tlie win dow. The wife had even ripped up the tick of the bed, and set the feathers afloat in the air, ami then running to the bannisters of the stairs, and breaking her arm upon them, she exclaimed w ith insane ener gy, "now, you scoundrel, you must pay for a sur geon. She should have broken her neck and pn soruted him for murder, and he should have sawed hi leg on: Cats and Ha hies. Tlie I'ottsvilie Journal says that a woman left her infant on the bed, while she went down stairs to attend to some domestic duties and on returning she fjund a large1 cat lying upon the infants breast, with its head near the child's mouth, as if in the act of sucking its breath. Cpn exami nation th ; child was found to be dead, having met its death in this most extraordinary and distressing manner. Is it not probable that the weight of the cat's body upon the child's client, was sutiicient to interrupt its power of breathing, and that death was in that man ner produced ? fr-The Madison and Indianapolis Hail Hoad Com pany have just had finished ami put on the track a new and splendidly furnished l'aseiiger far. Il is arranged in two apartments, one for the Luhes, and the other for gentlemen. The Indies' department, in particular, is as it should be, handsomely and eoinmo-dion-ly furnished. It is called the "Columbus." ( 'o iumbu.i (idtzdle. taxed above all others, and pay handsomely for tho privileges of bohiin on to immtn-e cnpital wiiilc others urefuritd tu im rtaso its value. .Vac Saitincl. We are glad to see this ground taken by so inllu en'.ial a paper as the StMe Sentinel; it may wake up tiie people or Indiana To Their true interests. Non resident land holders are a perfect night m ire upon the public, and then. can Legislature taking such a compel them to -ll out to those who wish to occupy the lands lir themselves. There are three prominent reasons why a law should be passed at the comin"" session of the Legislature, d;sc riminatin" in favor of the acini! settler. It should be done it should be d ne at nnrr ; 1st the country an object of magnitude at the present time. when the State is laboring under heavy embarrass ments. V.M. There is a great injustice in compelling the actual settlers to improve the value ef non-resident's lands without having an equ'aalent, which they will never get under the present ystim. I?d. It would bring into market immense tracts of unimproved lands bv making the taxes so onerous on them, that thoe who now wish to get rich at other people's expense will be disappointed very much to the interest oi the Aorthern jortion oi the State the introduction of this accomplished and beautiful, lin...iPlirii n,nt ilft had been in the constant habit but very improper person, into the most respectable . ( f 0xciiun,rin,r jr00d carnal for what he called indif society at Washington. It was M. de Homois, the ; f.r,,nt jntual books, which he considered advanta then French Minister, who introduced her into our us tp lhc bookseller j and as a proef of this asser- society almost othcialiy ; the latiy kawng been sent ,io l Vrl cvi of his poc;ct a volume of old puritanic oui lioni ins vouii, as n waf .mto,uu .iivrao re- tlivilllt V, for which IlC a ported, to put an end to the influence of iicr fascina- ! jl0 j)a(j deposited a wei lions upon the young lmkc oi urieans, parent to the throne. The French Mini - .!,.. , 1, ..-v.... . stiamcfuliy in tf;:s respect, acquainted as ne could not ;cpcrt t,at af-cr making him sensible that even thec. but have been with the truth of the case; and it was t ,;xritan;;t.s Would expose him H prosecution for theft, only bis own return to France (which happened to ! u lrt ,,0, v;ith advice in future ale. avs to consult follow-immediately after this occurrence) that saved . t,C (lWrcr f the property before he attempted to nun irom nciuir lusuussi u in uisrace irom aMiiuir ton bv Hrcsident Van Hurt n, for the iusult thus oiler in Uiird. 137 Passengers. bush Wheat. ?St Corn. Ill) " Flaxseed. " Parley. mr) bb Flour. 10,(VH Srn-vf. 10 cords Wood. 5 " Tan-lnrk. HV) 14 ft Lumber. 01 IK) 11 otiier freight. :ain, ueiu sent ti()1 pnlU-d cut of his pocket a volume of old puritanic ! lntin uf th- 2iU Avt, st ot for a (.RAND irds generally re-1 tlivinit, for which he averred, and the fact proved it, ! the morning f September isih. Supj er will b :eot iicr fascina-!ho , j deposited a well-boutul volume of the works ' V'0'' Vm M' Aiticula.s learned by calling .ans, the heir ap- ()f Pü way of a con,cit.nti,M,s exchan-e ! His j ffi- oldtr J'.Jf , Minister behaved j voutj, am s; inplicit v had such an effect upon the book- i .. ' ' . Iiiiliarirt University. An addiess will be deliveied on tlie cvenii'cof t!ie annu al comniinccn ent ef the Mjle lTiiiverii3', (4th inst..) by the Hev. IIk.nrv V. ISernn n i f lin!i o apli-;, bt fue the riu'(JtTi:it iiein Society, on the oi-rasiun of roiifenin, lil mas on lirr tuiluate.'; The fumei membeis and ptdu.itcs of; the Socicly aiiü all futi.ds cf literal tu e aic iiiviietl to ut tfid. J. (;. tLKNDKMX, Jr. W. P. M All TIN, T. li. GRAHAM. Blooniingtcn, Scj t. 1, 1 S 13. 2w-m. Continue-trt be assited bv Mr. Tiioms P. Kettell.. whose Iii a IIC, All I-M. - attei:tit.n will I,e raiticularly devoted t.i maietair tnd cora- Man-.n LoiL'e of Ihotbcr Iluiiteiü, N. I, will, by a rr$o- raenul allaiis in ronnecti m with which sufeefH he bag lution uf th 2sjf, Anbist, st ot for a (.RAND HUNT on I attained, dunn hiz assonation fut with the Herald and be seivcd at since with the Artrs, a wide anj mot uis;mguihed celcli- on cither of nty. The valuable seivicu of Mr. Hi:;iar! Sutton have also been ftcun d, with a view cf eainin' for the Xevt. a Secret in. reputation for eaily ard accurate iifitn-jtion uik.ii all mat- Prospcrf im f Iii .v York JV'ow. It i now one jear since the pubiication of the JVVu'i wi corr.n.cnccJ ; and ps tiiuai ce ujai another year of cxit eice is a fittin period to ncall to the public fnind the far oiable teinis dpn which its daily and weekly isue aie published ; to state some impiovemcn's ircently made, and coiilemplat d ; and also to r fer biiefiy, for the infoimalion of those not acquainted with the paper, to koine cf the ad vjntaes iis subscnbeis ciijoy. The Xeies will bencrfoith be ptib!ihed for the proprietors by the su'-ciit.'er. In every particular of its Lutines man agement, its friends and pations, ? welt as thic ctheiwis interested, can rely upon entire picmptnes? and ßcienoy. . Tbeeolcc-ditoii-.il contr of the AVu. will remain with Mr. Jon L. O'ScLt.iVA?', one of its piopiietor. He will Postponement of I'nlilic L:uil Jalcs fn I own. UUhhIO n ti; f U herel-y yivn, ti;at t!ie ptiWic sales of In-ls, Ü ordelert ly prcclMin: linn cl" tlie I'rr nlt-nl tl Hie I 'lilted Sei!, dated Ihr i.i illi 1.1 y " .M.iy, Js4ö, in he hel l at the !-io! njf re al ters of interest or r.es. and also for a judirion ud raried enmbinttion of reading matter. Hi chaiacter as a wiiler f divcriihed talent, ai.d fame as a u porter, re? der any futtbrr ni '.Ice tf hi ability unnecesaiy though it 1 well to add tint he has associated with him creial pcntlemcn lo i well known ir. newspipcr life. An accomplished ' fcbolar ed, not alone to all t?;o American fernab; society at Wasliington, hut to the American 1'eople. M. do I'ontois afterwards became tiie French Ambassador at Constantinople. Whether his departure from ington nt Unit varlicu!;r time was accidental w.' i.) not Know, it was at least a ionunaie eomci-, tJut We like her spunk, und therefore give her no- 1 (.-..-.. .. . . - .. . . Am . . Ut j . M'iiMiiiM nillia l oiril.iru i.l lim u ..t Ilm Kill ab iff ft trt u w Untn transteror exchange it under any pretext whatever. K high tank in liu-rarr ti.ele, will h.ve the Ii ......t' .. a .t.i 4 f i, A r. ...... . i. ...i ..tK I iliirfi.m nf cttrh tilt rf fhn tnr.ir tf tri Virt nur fill I i irr jnr'jwiiir-u iriiu9 nin in in : iiriu r, iiir luiuiti, imi iiic riiitrriitu v. v. v Ka s mmj (".COD Pl'UXK. In tlie Wooi'siH-ket IV I riot WC HO- ' ycf lay, ls-I., and the latter on thetwriiu second day of June, tice the advertisement of y.tf. Mary Irons, wherein) (;',Vrn under my hand at the City of Washington, this 2-th day of ador at sjM, ,r1V0s 0d Irons seen a dose as will not sit well on j Ausist, A. I. 1v4j. u'a Ji. I 1 t m I ,i l!y ti e rresident : u " his stomach. -Alary is an ironcr and cnmpLT, as tlie j;,Miu.Lu,c..iiimiwi( or.no! ! ood-for-nothinjj Arthur has probably loiig ao found " i ivi JAMES K. rOI.K. oner of the General land CliTice. 2- law 3w roii:r would not have been alto:'thcr voluntary So lon; a? the lady in question was supposed a worthy and respectable person, from the reppectabili-j a ty of the introduction by which she tied, nothing was more natural than Whereas, Arthur Irons has s"Cn fit to advertise tno ; as having left his bed and hoard, carrying oil his chil li 4 m roil saia: rgIin undersigned will l ifer :il put lic sale, in the town of -H- hurti, lleiidnrk't cMinty, I iui 1:111.7, no Wednesday, th Ort.ler next. Hie lullowin; derri!HMt hinds to wit Hrowni- the ÜVth of w ithin tlul ratine. The typojrapbical dcpirtmmt cf the Xctns will be under the supervision of Mr. Jcsr.rn T. Cnowr.it. a piactical piiuiei, and one of its piopi i. t i. No effort 'will" be paird to place it in the fust tank of American tiewspapeit fur beauty aud neatness of dress. T11K MOUNING NEWS Has t.eei prcsperou to a i!ege .which cculd hare hardly hive teen anticipated at its liith; shown alike in an in in the respeCiabill-! trin -c th'Veore 1 hereby five notice to all who ,l",r,,fof miion l-2 ; the eat hilt f ihe n.rltieH5iiarter of witKei was lhi! I'i'iraii. V 1 ' . . 1 . . .1 . 1 .1 SM, am! fout'a-ast quaitero.' section Kl; all ia tow iii-hiu nunifrtix- ' I " 1 ,V,n:iy rcI "tsTCSted 111 the matter, that Paid Arthur uen north ol raupe numUi on: east, and in the viiiniiy of Uie su!i lan that she s.iould 1 jrun! sjMce j,is marriage, has had nei;her bed nor ' ow " ,Jr,v nirph. t l ' . o . nave neen an onieei 01 orear inieresr nmi niiniTinn 1 i 1 . 1 -.t . .1 : ai, on j nirsn:i , me .m 01 onniirr next. mine unvn n i-ia- nfMl:, ni(m, nriVPr . "1 ur-:ltwnrttv I. V..I . ,Mini UM,t" Wil IKH rruiurtu w IM lw,wy Uiai non,IU,e,onnty,lndnn-,,tl,evi.loir,fat pnhlic .le, the loHovv-! iK dnnc' more proper and praisew orthy It m only a ,lH t,,(, furnjlure wi,ic!l 1 lK) awav 1 rilircj,;lsed and is Unu, u.wit: The e...,i hafi u,e lU.imi quarter of section i pity, a thousand pities, that the honor of her Krand .Kli fi)r IMVs,jf : that he had no mJn-v which ihd not ; rce, towihip .i.teen, 1.01111 of r. nye one east, iii.g histnrirnl iinme was mi vei trth i! v nrserv.l in t, nr. t . ' , . . , .. near the said t..vn of lel.aiiiin -------- 1 .iii'iiiiirr 111 i n 1 Ml. ni? id iruMmir iriivwi hi? n . . . . - : i i tw.iiv., u.ji. uu.v pitui;, .j .: . v. i n lit i ui- i .1 i -m- i- iiiii i 1115 ni m liae niniif-J I II Ikiliu, 1.1c 11 haj-s the most beuutiful, clever and interectin person by wiiom it has been borne. . .cics ciMiit, he eaie.ot oet trusted luiitrelf when? lie is known; lhat I can better maintain myself than he can ; and that I prefer living alone to living with a Sr.necnoN, At ui.TF.r.v, am Srieinn. A rcs'.ertahlo 1 Hum Ju" ! larv Irons. looking Irisli woman, named Mary Crooks, came to the Tolice Otlice with an infant '. months old m her Cow r.NT'oN-. llohert Owen will return to this arms, whose mother hail just committed suicide at her country in the Victoria. Ho expects to reach this (Crooks') house, -H 1'roud street. Mr. Crooks made' port from the l!th to the J0th September. He, with nilidavit that the mother of the child, a IIrs. Kujdie- others, has invited delegates fnui all parts or tiie mia Stokes, vi' J.yne, or Lyme, had been living at 'country to meet in this citv tn the lir.-"t tVto'cr, in a Iter ti'Mise aiioiil lour weeks, and stated that the lather kind ol " orhl s t onveutn n, " to eons.d r and nives of the child was a .Mr. .Myers, a married mau w iih tijaie the eaucs of such .-neral destitution, ignorance whom she had cohabited. Mr. Stokes appeared to and misery amon the Human Family, an. 1 determine be mi'-li depressi d, ai.d , fieri said tliat she Iiad in-( what measures are b'.'st calculated to rein ve tlu-m. j tended to ilrown herself before Jier baby was born, but ' The Nali-jnal Hi form Ass ciation " of tiiis city, had concluded to wait until that event expressing has issued a similar call for an unlimited Convention, j her sorrow for the crime she had committed, and her, to meet in this city Ihe second week in October, when intention of taking her own life, sooner or lal.-r. On the Annual Fair of' the American Institute will open, Tuesday evening, Mrs. ( "rooks saw her put a lump of and a rri at many si rangers will be drawn to our city. something into a tumbler ot water; anil, siispectin" A. . A us. that all was not riiit, she took the tumbler and cmt.ticd it of its contents. Mrs. Stokes then, snviie1 Vuiinn Itu-i 1 1 1 im im r-i i nt il. r ri-intle m.t nitit t)ioir i t It ti i.nl.l n.l I f.ctli- t it.o nififmif.it:! ,.! 111. .'.. . .... . I 0 ' J 1 .w" ' l ' " "-"e. ... ... . lial v,,o cnotiol, i,.t v,,t, put soiiietliili into her "hell" a young gentleman of lhat nty. name,! Isaac Stato, by mcnavin? the ,,;,; -.-, ., of the j IM iuth, d imnudiately "washed it down with water. ! Jones, who had recently had sU'.OUO "'eft to him. and She shortly afterward retired, and Mrs. Crooks hearini?; j in ope night won from him checks on the bank in her snore very heavily, went to her bed and took away whLdi the money was deposited for nearly the whole the bily, which sdie too!; care of. In the morning J amount. He was then kept engaged, or, as some .Mrs. StoKOS was found cVad, and a Coroners jury ; fay, locked up until nine o'clock the next morning. The east half of tlie soiuliu e.-t .ri.irier ol net-lion r.nmlier 13, the i cicairjj advertising patiomz? and subset iptioii lit, and de- west hilf of the nuthea.n qmrlcr, and ea-t hair or the urtiihwest j mndifS the enlargement which is thisdy made in its size. The putlicct.on price, howcTi r, will rimain at the iam rate as heietofore. Tbey aie: to city tuUeribei. two rentu a number nine cents a week. To mail subscriber, firedollai a jear f.r a siegte copy; five copies to one ad dnsi for twenty d llar a year. IHK. WKKKLY NKWS l alreafy the frcotid in p, itit of ciicuUlhn cf fht weekl papers ' published in the city of New Voile, n-it taking the exclusively religion journals into the cuuet. It i o gen eia!ly known, th.it any cotiumnt upjn its merit is rut re cc!:iry. lr the qn.ntity and quality of rrad:t. matter whi h it p.ve, it is the cheapest weekly paper puOlirheJ in the l'npcd State ; a:.d when it n reaieinheicJ that fach number contain a will ixecu'ed wod cut poitiait if some distinguished democut, it unc.pu'Ied chcapnes of price will be conceded. lis leims are Jl CO a year fr a single r, py, f t year fjitlmc e pics to ane addreti 6ayar foi fve ei le? to am aJJrtt: ; and $10 aycar for tea copies io cm address. THK TKRMS Ot" ihe Morninc and Weekly Artr, as abort itatei, will t e rigidly a.thcud to. No attention will be paid to any order, tmles acC')tn;anied b)' the m 'iiey. The co nmiin allow ed to p' stinalns on fiwaiJn 1 1 mittJiices, will be paid tr this i-lfirc. and the prist n scndini money wil! be credited whh tlie full nm ..u nl be piys to the postmaster. rotm ter wi'l tr.tns.mit the m -ney, with a tatemrr.t of the pm pise fur which it i paid, to the rojtrr.as'cr of New Ytlr, v.- i will cominun irate the anie to the otHce of ihe Xews. All letteis relating to the business of the , er ihould he addressed to the undcrint d. New Yolk, Aut 21st. ISH. JOHN II. GUION, , I'lit'li'sher cf Nf-e York Morning and W'ekty Xews. ÄfJTIt'L. loom' routii) T:ics for 1I.5. fHIIH 'iVeasorrr Rod olleiir uf tluniie cornty lietjy pie n Q lic, iii ii tlie lliiji'irale IW tlie p'esert ir.r is now in In hand. I tit huh 'in" t l axr eli.iireit for Lie rar l s :, n earn one huiidrea al.ince in three nial seiri -r.nniial oa n.eiiL, wiili iutere4 from date UST rereive l and for sale at Casern price, the following valu alile uork : IIii.iI'm popular System of Fariiery. Mason'.' Tl'e Stuf k Kai-er'n Mannnl. J.-Uer." iron a Father in du unri in CollcP". Iiii.'rtaiit e of Family II hi; ion. P.M.k of Poüierie-s. 'J'lie ileantieüof Hisf-ir. A llielioii.iry ( .f-Iei t uiiil mj:I.i' Cj'io' ilion, lken from Ihr fnt in, Fteiu Ii, ireek, .sp.iin-li ami It ili.m lan? i gs, which are in daily ue. The Amtrirnn I heterficld ; s"enT.! MorüN; The Hanc'i'er V vn Pook ; tJol.Ntnilli'". Aniin iti-.l .N enn-, lieiMttfuüy illustrated ; Tin Virk ir l,:iHTfin t Sli-rnr ; Tli Work of Fla vius Josepiiii.-t ; ssiiy'! Poltfii-al Ooti'iiny ; l!'ii'eft,s Irf't'rt! to : joirig latfy ; Hui ill r'j Villi? s"f'rin..i. j .iimlv 'ia er ami llv-iiu-i; All l lie aiiove aie UmiikI hi a neat and MibMantinl nnnnrr. it t IX DAVIS, llooksellrr jiot Stationer. a iw.x vs rou 14. iROCirr.TT'S Alntanees, illnratn! ; Fi tlociilcil th.it sho h:ul pois:on'l horsclf with opium .Mr. .Myers cunc to th house :ind told Mrs. Cn;o!;; to take the child to the Alms-liou c, where it would bo tnkfii care of. It s?cmi that the guilty and unhappy woman, dis covering that .Myers had a wife who was hersolf eneirntr, expressed her determimtion to dir? rather than h,? the means of hrrakin' ut the tainilv of her C7 " iii-r's Comic Almau ae, illustrated : Tri Ii r'j t 'onitf Ahiiano-, " I.: rkie' Comic A Im.iit.i.:, Metch.iiits, I'etll rs, himI mII others deal in g in Alm.iiinr. me invited locaiian.i pi l.arraiiis lor the loii.n.i: jear i.l lery retimed prices. ,lar!, w,lU ,,f ,ax:.ble M..ji-rv, i. for State purj(.es, twenty we Jn-t piihlh-hed Mil I lot sale In Ihe tl.i.t n hundred, or thousand, t y r,.nl ;iril ni,is ; ... i-, ui,ty iirHWF, twenty cetit ; f..r lloti.l C It. IAVIS, H.,k.-elU r and I'ni. t her. pur, !., ten eeuu : on ra' h pull, for stale purposes, titty lentt, for i ",ll:'":M"''s, An?. VJ -8 I r,.iinl pute-, lilty reut. II'WP Zl ft ' P! V I'll I For Ihe purjxme o, tet i ivih: Ue, l:e will a'lenJ rt tlie uual pi iree ' . HI.l liil I of liolil.tu e.re'i'ii in She MVt-r.il U n.lMps in ai.i county .on tl m iT ' tfw n. . i. i . . ... ..... ...... . r. .... i ' , , , .. . . 1 1 r- 1 lt.l I" '. f ll.lllin.llU .lll'ir. I-Ull Hl II.I-MW, till r- r I- : III" tl,, In l- tlociiye.1 by the insinuations id a pretended fnond, j lent ariu k of Carte,,e, Flaue, ..cl. as Ilench Planes I'k.us, 1 ' V m T eh ... on Tl. :r-,tav.thr tShdavof Feotember.l.Mi. when, on the open.nj of the brink, Iiis rhccliH were presented, aid the vh do ant iiint drawn. lie was which friend pined the cards for him, nudj the bets fi -uahs and ;rooven, s.ish rianei, ilumh ri'aues, and nttendetl to all ether requisite arr3nSeientS p,,!r" Jones only flirnillillir tllC capital. The money heilig , the t ore of IMietimalisiii and neivoiis disorders. hi.e. Also. H I gnetic Kinjrs tor e ri jtu.-c that the N'iitni. I has broken 'romM on naramour a trait of noble nwrnnniinity which the .1 i : . ri'i . . ... I ' i I . . I .1 . . r J . mis Minjeci. j no Uji er wotmi couinry aim me RJIerin: feuiale heart alone could have furnished Northern part of tin? State is literally a w il.lenies?, on account of this state of things. Let thr people see to this matter themselves : it can he elfectcd hy taxing all lan.ls alike WILL THKV DO IT ? Log ui Chi'j July 1th A (looii ()n. A very jootl anecdote is told in connection with the ".'resident's late tour insjteetit.n throii"-h one of the Departments at Washington. Knterin one of the rooms, the excellent head ofthat partictd.tr branch of the public service was assiduous in his attentions to the l'rcsid'-nt, and particularly anxious to impress upon him the necessity of newer and better and safer accommodations fr the papers, &c. of lhc oltict;, than the building now contains. "See now, Mr. I'n s-ident," taitl lie, approaching u larp;e table, which contained a number f drawers it is in those iTtafe and inrure places that we have to keep t ie mo-it valuable j uhhc documents" when suiting the action to the word, he pulled open one of Ihe drawers and lo and behold it was found to contain a hottlc of porter and a respectable lun cheon of crackers und cheese! Ihe ronlre ttnips brought up the wortny olhcer with a " round turn " InSeakch ok a i'ATiir.i;. A line little boy, some ; aU(, pRiJcnt, latiHiin-' hearlily at the joke, 1' .1 .11 .li". .1. ..... I . ! i Q t . . J ' lour inonil.8 oi.i, was jeu upt.ii me si-top tu t.o-tn u.f jcons((It,(j v ini 1l0 ,.on.0lation that tiro proof citizens of I Julia lo, one ni-bt last week, with a j Luililin-rs were hardly mees-ary for such valuable; iittached with the n:cnpt:o!i written upon it, "my ft-. . ru!ji documents " as those. A'cr.tmlriu Cuidh. ther live hire." We did not understand whether there was ny one to confess the impeachment, hut fj Twenty thousand barrels of lli ur have been tiie little fel-ow was taken in and prowded fjr by the taken in New York fur the Lnlifdi market, in fuhil Tadies cf the houc inent of orders brought uut by the last blcainer. fhe nilidavit of Airs. (,' rooks was feeding:! instituted against INlyer Dkbt .: Ta.xf.s ok New Voi:k Citv. The City of New York contains now about -U'O.OiH) inhabitants larger than n any of the States. In the .Message of the new .Mayer to the Council, the financial machinery of this vast population is well developed. A few of these facts may not be uninteresting. The Debt of New York, after deducting credits, is iri, i;j7. The Taxes br the bnt three years wiMi the total Hi-venues, including -Markets, Licences, ftc; were as follows, viz : 7'er. 7'. V)Af' i l.:'7Ult -n l-i: i,risjs,- (M, i.n r,rr7 in Hll t t,Jlti,771 Til The Tax Itiiiute, as required for the year lbl"), is ss-J,m,,i:ti The assessed vahn; of property in the City of New York isab(Mits",':r),UiHl,()ii(l. Tlie Tax required is about !M cents on every 11 Ml of ihe valuation. c.xb iusttd, UUji ii n l, as in similar cases, to k leave of him, and has n t since been seen in lialtimore. ilnnr siif. i? Septemliei .", IS 15. -Same one of exquisite taste and more s taken and pro-! exquisite smell, advertised a few days since in the y. y. Tribune. Tribune for a colored woman to be his wife. V iy-b'e thi one would suit him. The Missouri Ucra'd s-ys Air. McDaniel of Älarion county, in that State, bar a negro woman w ho is 117 years old. and has the foerth set of teeth, and is vcry anxious to marry. She re tains nil her faculties, and physicians who have seen her fay that she is yet good for thirty more years of; KJ'K ov life. iud'in" from her general appearance. Her i -..-a:.- youngest son is eighty-fr'r years of age, arid plays ön the banjo, and dances like a boy. Has c child a year old. Waging ion Const it ill ion. IS a. PAIR tif ertarles, si'ver frone, Morocco case, supimsetl to lie. YA taken tVoni the Iure of Smith Ac llanna by imstae, or mtit 1 h:ivc Ik en (iirked iii near the nlore ; also, a l.ids s nilil row ii, tlrop-t-ed from a hticsy yinj from l'eiinn Iv-aiti a titreet to Oi.imiiiI ; a re ward of one dollar will Ir ivvn f, td c in.se if delivered at this of-fit-e, and a litteral rrward for the nial.t owii. 'JS i. j. iiitrn. .'.Hti iiii.Mri. ntf.ve.vs v nriai:s Af(triipS C'oiiii'1Ioi at Law, ll.DH'KIt, 3 ' The land othce located in the city of Milwaekio has done an active business during Ihe pat month of Julv. Some 1'JO entries were made during that month, the payments on account of which amounted to over söli.tKH). At the Chicago land otlice the Kales of public land. during tho month of July amounted to .10,001 U'J. over .Miller's Hat Slote, 2d door east of Valiin:ton V w-y fBlir. rti .nrtie.-hii h.-ietoforr e'islin inejer the firm ot !;', Clinton, IVntre, " .ihiiiton, " tMitar fnek, " Jt tf.-ISO'l, " !Vtv, ltJ-, " I'nioii, " lliriistrn, Jai Wn, ItA.y, Ith Satiitljy, Vth Mondiv. tM Tut s i iv, 2.M X e l'i--d iy, Cltli Tloir4liy, Vat; I nday, 'j'4'i Saturday. 'JTlh Mihi.Uv, 2Hh Tilefulay, ÜOth ' " ' " lie m ill attend nt hi oftii e in 1-lmmui, exTpt when ctwiit in Um several tonl.is, until the fuxt day of January nett. I'iit h ieron on 1115 ro td la , iiinsl prod 10 e a recelj-t- from lle Fu -wrvcor, ir pay ihe :iiiie in money, before lh-y en ir-rt a rt-CfijH in lull for tfute and County Tae. J. T. Mel. Ab'GIII.I.N, Trtajturer and CvUcctvr Björne CoiHt. Lebanon, AiiRnst 1 1, 1 a . . tt3-6tr Terrilory of ViM!niii 3lilvuuktc C'iiuly. Iterorc the IIa-. A. l. Miuri, 1 tik District Cocar. .Ic t'rrm. .1. 1) , ll'. B.N the rn;tttfr of tV (tetition of John 11. Mer,an I na! went debtor, to tie diKth trüfil Iren) Ins dtUs. It ap,e iting to Ihe .tl.lucl.on tT I'vleri . M,u tl o dH olved I. v inntual hikm-iiI i aud K. . rMirt th;it nflire if ttte- rrit1iicy f ttii npiiratlin li.4 Im Iictm S. Tv ltr . one of the n.irtners, 1.1 utiihorird to ettUe the all or of haid uhh-he.I arordm; lothe r.tmer order trade Herein , cm motion oT ClMttrril. . . IIA l , I llMHri n. 1 muri, atMitiiols HU jn IK IUIir-1 9 1" 1 urirw l imi II Ul TV I AM. sii"i4roLI,( 1 t is r . il , ctt-ilitors of fa.'l i.Ktdveiit 1 e and tliey are he rth y miuired to kImiw W. SilCLTS . CO. jran-, il any they 11 ie, on the ecuiid Monday in iveniter, A. II. lt't, iiefore the nail Jn1re, at tho Court llotue, tn llie town of Mil- nnkee, u hy an ifMnnif ot of ihe estate of diJ insolvent Ium.II not IIt the Coikt. A few days since, Samuel Mctiilvery, ere of our J citizens, Imil ins skl'U DJUiy irHctureu, wnn; cu . unn AO'a'ICS-. nut n will in this oI-lCC. Jle was 111 the bottom, ' raI'i: iin.ler-in.d.oi.e of Hie. Lue Irin of Iav.Tter k. Cr..rf- he male and 1 d.h.iL-e.l frmn hi deUa r..,rn(ri.,l in til iipr nut some tVO-iucll CUrbilt". SotliO ! st- Unlly tuiorms l-.n tnend and tustomers lhat hf will .-n:!l JTJ-W woiimm .nu Mil.i:siied at Ma.iuon, w. 1 ., antl ltittan engaged in taking out some u,o uu 11 curia i0. ome , lllil(1? ,.)anlt ,,((ok Mail,l(ac,,)rln? t,,,,,,,,.,,, si.o.iei,,,..i.i..i..d at iiiJi.maH4i, la , will 00- r-iiKh the to six or eight of those he hail place! ill the huckot, n, ;,n M v .,,,,s i,i,,i,t u-, at the ul.l stand opinmite tlie I'itln-rr llo.-nte. i.oote tor I'l wet-ka bit -eeMvely , an J send attidavtt of piMiealton Which, when about half Way Up, fell and struck Upon Imhmmi.i, An;. -JI VM. A. I V. ' atil bill to ttiH ollir. Xdr.iee CVwmr. 'Ja-lOur his head. Notwithstanding his skull was broken in j TA t'AlS NTAXI) 'I'O iAVV. Stale f liKlianu -Jolliiviin Ciillilt). t-everal places:, he is now walking about, and wili 1 rvHH relehrated "n.i limk Tavern," imatetl a hört tist.mre IrmcJoiiNfn I'aoBiTE Coi KT, ActaiT Tkkm, 14. t l!., ,ii,l,f f,.i.f P V. l. u l i east id" the Stale ll'ie. li' lirft.anolH, ha rttehtly In-n put in Ivi Tov. rsend v. Ahtpal Melton, Mury Mnilh, Je lluehea and pruUably ftltirCl rilOW r. loy.t ä I I l-nu. ci.lele rrp.tir, and ,u.i.i.d n -ult and o.itside,und In-iii miW va-i Nin-y lli.phf. In u.tr, John Melton and Mat.M Mellon, in ; rant, H oi'i-re.l lor if nl lo a KhmI ten mt on the nuwl reanoiiatile irrin. ivi!.-, Maiy Alelltm and .Ma'tha Melton. The'e is sotnelhiiio noble an1, uninnimous in an ! 1 i !" " t e krtmn o. nerd tuniier iesrriiou. r.r par- . Ckamcry. , .. ' . . I ?.. f . . i i . tiniliH amilv tu JA. MUS NUWLAMl. Aeeiit.nr t. II I'A ITIU- "tOM I.S now Ihe ronmlainnnt hy I, . Mick, tut anhritor,nl how open ami avoweu cne,ny. i on know w no aim wnat i SO-Nf j.tnoiiviii- j...',,, mj tot'w atr.irr.n ,.i u, e.-.rt.tha pror. ta n reounea he id, nntl can ruartl against him. Jlut the mean, 1 , - " im f.Mir.d nsi.i Mary Meltn ami Martlw Mtlion. UN therefiwenr. r Ti likiii.it.n'tt.iiii iiililli.ii itikli.il ....... .."I. I l..i... l.l-l.ll t. i... i v.. win ii J iiiiin Finnin i fi iiiii Ii ' ti'-reii mat me k na .'i.iiy ..enon nun iiiiui nirmm or not .neu ot inn fSUK sulwt-riht r uir-he tnfinploy, imuiediately, a first r.ite coUtr nnlt-i.ry -f Ihwmut hy pul.lirath.n in Hie Indiana Stale Sentinel, n J- maker, to whou4 eoi.Ntaiil eiiiilMioriii and good wage .11 be newiiaier of gi neini ciit-nUitoii jMinted and ublihe4l at I ndunapo jiveii. J. J. lll't;ir. j ., Indiana, arrordinj ttilaw.tn apiear Hi thi riHirt on the nrt rtajr jne but a first rate workman need apply. 7-w i of the nevt lerm therenl, and an-ufr h the romplaiiiai.t'a till of " " bt.-,, A mlk ""j " " romplaint. default v,u rt-of the tame n ill be heard and determined ii.iiikli.k r i uw niii.tim!..', in l heir al-eiiee. &c. I v order of ih-Cotirt. Attest, l? r JON'M, Cla. sneaking, insidious wretch, who will approach you with a smile upon his countenance, nt the very mo ment that he is seeking an opportunity to jive you a fatal stab, is devoid of every honorable trait, and worthy only to le associated with the most despicable and degraded of human kind. Ltfaycllc JoumaK jjOK Jehy W. b. IIUUUAKD, No 3, VW ,.. 7-lf Au'ut 1J, 1?Ij. JJ-Uw-w Py R.S. IlKii.Der.