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VOL. IX. Charlotte, (N. C.) June 27, 1889. NO. 450. T. J. IIolloil, I'rtiprittur and VuUuhtr. TWO DOLLARS, If p.W i ldvn.ee. Two Dollara and Filly CVnl. if not paid within hrre month. Three Dollars, if not puid until the end of Ui rrar. No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc Mill, eic. pt at tliu opium of the Kdiior. ITAdverliiieuimta innrttd at One Dullar per ipnre (1C hurt orlttt,thi$ liud lyr.) lor the ift inwrUon, anil 25 cent for rack coiilinuaoce, vujrt adveMiwmenti and StisriuY Sale charged !S per rent big Iter and a deduction of 3HJ -rr tit. i!l be made from tli. regular prior, for ad rtiers by tho year. Advt rlieiuent ordered in h hmde every publication or inserted oilier ie !)in rc guUtlj.'-o be charyid a nc tvety insertion AfiF.XTS. Col. R- M- Cochran, Mocklrul.urp, N. J. fht. vV. Ilarri. Mill irnvr, N. C. R. W. Alhaoo, Curici-rd, N. ('. the most sweet and mellifluous that hud tv. rr fallen upon Ins car, but which seemed stage, while even (Jambrici was seen by the audience to applaud, tf ie sang the third strangely agitated, considering the common- and last, and, in doing no, chanced to stand place matter which it uttered, " You work in bronze you cau make bronze orna ments of all kinds? I it so? "It is, la. immediately below Cambrici's lf. I' the delight of the spectators, Camhrici rose at that moment with a lar'-e crown of flow- day," replied the artisan, " ntid I shall be 'ers, and waving it in the air, threw it dow n WKKKI.Y ALMANAC JINK. ,7 Tbunday, I'nday, y Sato day, W MUitiay, 3 TueMjat, Puoun MlH.N-S IMASIX ,4 47 7 i3 4 47 7 J (4 47 7 13 proud to execute any thing of that nature tor you." ' 1 es, yes," said the lady, " I wish a piece of work done. 1 have a siatuc of grcul value the statue of a conqueror and king (tuna by the band of a first-rate sculptor. It is perfect, in every respect but one: it wants a chaplcl of (lowers to adorn its temples; and this is what 1 wish vou to make for it." "I the statuo of bronze, madam !"' was the artist's question. on the young Marina's head. The crown liouiidetJ from the sinner's brow and rolled along the stape, whi!o Marina herself fell prostrate on the. boards. She gave one no ream, and neither atoke nor moved again. The flower covered crown or chaplet was the heavy bronzo one made by Jomelli, nod one of the spikes had entered tho viclim's brain ! It would lie impossible to d?s-cri!ie the 4 417 U 4 4 s 7 Vi !4 4i 7 M lilt Jut', l. n. U.t 4 t lt3J. 3 U lnraday'4 4 7 I'.' Near Kirt full II I'i rrn. 9 31 f.-rt'n 4 -U in n. 6 4 J tttn. utsvi:tMi.Yi:o vs. "Nu, r.plitd tho lady, "It is wuit", 0! . cot-fusion, the horror, llio execrations that pure marble, and you must paint the chap- ! ensued, Cambrici having gratifiid her let of that color when you have made- it." J malignant revenge, seemed contented that 'What form, then, lady, do you choose it j she i-boulJ pay for it with her life. She to bo of?" haul the artist ; "what shape or j had shun her rival, tiii uufortunate .Marina, pattern shall the ornasnmts have? Hut, I am was satisfied. Dreadful must those perhaps, I hu l better see the statue, and j passions have been which cou' J promf t the measure toe dimensions 01 the head.' execution of so unhallowed a deed. Look J" No, no," escbi lined the visitor hurriedly, ,njj around her with calm and reckless in j " it will uot be necccMsry. 1 have looked j difference, hhe did not make the slightest j upou it so of;en that I can tell you frRct. j attempt to cscbjk?, and was forthwith seized j ly well how large it is. Your 011 head i jnnJ speedily brought to justice. Antonio vi-ry rar it ; set, you cannot 2 wroii, if j Jomelli was confronted with her fur form's you fit the duplet to your own head." juke, nud avowed having made for her the "A"! the fashion -f tho omaa-ent, ma- fjtul wreath. It has only to be added, that duine?" " 1.1 it be heavy, very heavy," j ho did not die on the s'caflold, but put an replied the lady . sinking her voice t a con- ; n l to her rxiKlcnce by poison, in the pri centrated whiser; " kt it bt very wei!- ,lu ,I.-to sim was coi fined. tv, that 11 may not 1.1.1 ill aiiv ; arid make j 'I jg.'ed. and fuH of tpikes ini.l 'ml it j mny kiilmie to tiie bro'is of tito m... " j'' Still, lady, the band .should l0 wrought in kmm onmint mat !rf'ni-n," jud Antonio. Twii.H.nr. i an evening tn itijihl tf lh hvrt, V, :k q i' tid pt"H.re r laitJ to rt, X ,1 liw rye wsn .i'r' Uirf nrflK drpai', , tho dy.!nui 11 lite ny wwl n a onri'fi (n ' nj of rt'r. t W t ( lij-tfi liirin ihry ii-lt nu imily u!J t bid Ihctu Imf r yit, S it hw-j w roi'l u with hr au-1 1, ll il t.g ifr ini litpirriii'MHi!: jjit b'kir; p it b-r hj riii:'i, 1!.j;u !.t li.r.ri- t'y ply ; Uut feme in li"r, it t to be heavy and j that as j ou pleu"," w a-t the iady ' re- ri ON l;OAHI A STKAMHOAT. tai'M liit. m .. omiiM ri' uM:. Via yt ho a Strong (lotne with a J'tlrr I'lnstr Not long since a (laml h-r had n saoie played inoti him by (he deck hands Sand fiteimn oil tnard one of eur NVstt'ri( -jrl 1 foil of spike, ar.d forget not liiit it h to h ;S!i-j!icr a pame even stronger than th.it !, r..H t. tWk ..r,niM . ,1, h,t K!,.w ; .tcd wl,. s, n ,T re,e,,.bl,; fl ,wtr - a,d Mu.m ipahty on this !t 1 tool. la i.-t V.t-n i bt nii.n "f Wn ;. tcti' H 1 (!(-)!., ii4 l.ir ii.'.r woo V s -A l','ilf'i h f MMiliJ Itittiftm a.Uf.H'. 1 ' i.i'lfi -tUi o! n rtly Uf; w. .. end bus. it wa. i..s.-: i nf-tiiiy, nig Iroin r.er chair t t.,e sm- I ,. . 9 ituUirr i.Hi. c.in,! ti.r C itiim. ! ton.' ; " u nuist be readv f! niorro -vin ':ia.-s : me community 111 .ew tdkiihi, It rpms t!irit he had made out to strike ! And ii'i. whrn will it hi fjui.he.)?' . . i.tr-. 1." v . , iu; a Sitoi'l 1; une ol p;ker wiiii sxiie of the ntetiiU , riui from her chair t t Jiltek lii'idr, and thai by dint of cheating, V tilt h-.'t -Vi- "'1 tifl P iiu r. uiaigi no i!in, Ainu ivj at f. ir! 1 stksi have it to rr.r-rrow !' "I .psl'ing ti, the cards, and other trick ! kii jiMi nly ( tin ; up to, find wiio make .1 living by, " l.anJImg the papfr," l,e had ;,l1 i i..i.-...i ...t n ,!.,. k 1... ..., i.ut! 11. ,fU . .! ,1 ., i, ...t.,1 ii. 1 ! IrAri.lit ri it li'trtw hit llm kiiri.'u M nnun 1 iUo lt.M Atfrkcr. it untitle! m tr ' . , 7 . V 1 .T . -i , , . . , . s if u Wivif irtKhcis lino fin tru. nj"cui - rfj n..t (.if ttt. nr.. i fi l(IiU " uv-ssc I'ik ; 1 "I i . , , ii . r ,i 'time, U.I jj tinailv caught at some trick, haty replv ;" make it s I hue difctij ; i ' , . . . , ' " ' - u l.i.-Il Al (tt:f' If'il lt lift. vl kVurtilu -ifn mi j and t' tnorru'V I mutt have it, Ucvise tw. A ij in tuti'Mi t 'A hr ! t.V Of, r'. f w f H'. ijt l-t tf.Ut, ,H ? ftKoi.'! lA.-f ( t.n-i ;i.:i. i i S' of j'is-. i! vi; ' 1 1 hi'il . . jhlU.tnitt-M!.nniii. t: :ivr Ichuwi ant to bate Path, nthJ wish the , I , .ln'll I M t:l W.C R u bl.rr f l twr I ri-aUi, .4 h t bvl f'lf n, isi ,a ill.-'. iiiti4r s!h i nir't m. i, lit v-. !ti I'k- .iiuim.. llotii t if rn,- ot'ia ii. t .' i i;'i (dirt :rj II krf lail g5il in-, 1 " , . ol '-i u' ;r.' m Kr ; I xl 3rjin ol r.l'jM ovi u-, j -,,l- wliicli ot ii.ee led t'ie hoi es! feitnilM atmen . into the wcret of" how t)iO thing as done," ft Bill IV iw o rami .itt wi-,i mv , , . . , , . . , . j h .. n H and praved that they !oi,t their niouey b uc t' bo th-n oiiiaaicnted. " S c'l, ' . . . . . ,. . ' . -... , , ,,, ai.v other than Hie " clean thing. Jame, said the p.rtsvt, r'Sigrfri'V, I ,. . , , i 7 I i m ' I ho gan mutter of course, was !l ih ruv en leaver. Ami whiilir shad ; . , , . . , , .. , . . ... , , . . ' " biocKi d at onre, and a (!emintra'.inri C the honor ot tiiiing it f ' I shan , . , ' . ., , .. , , .- . .. , . uniiv.'Oiaitlv ir.aoe th.it the ainolcr Miould stat riactatie ia I 5iac ca'l fr H mjflf t this liour to morrow, i v.i iiJS t z'A" ii tJi iS i.i.ij Mr . .t. . -i !'! ! si'., t r i'i'f ikj.irt f..t l.j'.t !' Uf-- t!..J fr. '' -i-'i'--! ihr Ut Ui:t":"'.y t-ti i ;'--.t.-. if f t-f ; r' rijf ''i , i.m i t t?r' n"iiii2".l i ItiaI 1 ilh. . i. . i . . .ii . -it i i , , ,, , . ,, , luiK over ins in "oncn cuius. i nis nc inJ shall pav vou what ni wnl lor it. , , i . i , ., . . . . ; i i'.ii ' i i i , liatly rcluM-U tnoo; sat. 1 that he had on ) 1 1 1 rs mrr. V I a I iitii I i:i tn i& a a I ri' fu. I,.. i . iKitH .i.,!. tin ...! 1 ""v " " ,V'J !h what he had came (m.s.'y id. I ..I i...:. ... I ,..,..! . .1,.. """" . ,i , T r i fi r !"' hey stil! ptisled, and he still rt-fj 1 1 1 1 L I rl-'l linn, i n I Mi an ill-ill vi ma iii - i ,,M , , , . , , ' - '. I tin IhhMt Al l.n. ilh Milium. rl tn u-iii rl ul.i rl flu. given him; or else to a savage and hungry bull dog, wuh a rope riund his neck, fierce ly endeavoring to get at some prey, and then being dragged back the moiiH.nl bis inonlli was opened to secure it. From, the Xational Intelligencer, THE CURRENCY. We give place to-day to a letter ad dressed by a citizen of Maryland, long tlia- I i....i r, - i r. :i i.:i;... iU iii:uisucu lor Ilia lllittilt;iai aonny, i" nv . j 'tii in p i l,l;pOioui.u ioi ilia iiiiaiivii oviii.j, " ... 1 ire and lull back, was heard from . ire,idpt,i of (me of ,he great moneyed in- an individual in the crowd " Koot hog, or die," came from another. " Twig him only look !" says one. "Here he goes, there he goes," said a second. "Ha, ha, he, he, hi, hi, ho, ho," laughs another. " Aint he in a pretty fix?" cried still a third. "Serves him right," says a fourth. " Good enough for him," said a fifth, the piston-rod all the while keeping him in full exercise, with the perspiration rolling down his cheeks in streams. " Aintynu most ready to hand over now ?" said one of the plucked deck hands. "D.m't bother me, 1 say," retorted the gambler, " if you do, I'll lose my lick." " Won't you ive up the money ?" said ( another of those he had fleeced. ' " If I do, I do; hul if I do, I'm d d," continued tho companion of tli9 rod. i " I've got the hang of this game under-1 stand the principL-g of this machinery now, and you may work me Irmn one end of the Mississippi to the other, before I'll give up the first red cent that you may." J he gambler was woiked in iliis way un til the Loat was ready to sts.rf, without flin , clung or showing any disposition to give up. Considering that they had got the worth of their money out of him in the shape of fun, and that he h?d worked hard and ullorded sufficient amusement to more loan couiiensite fur their odd bits and pi cayunes, the engine was stopped aud the man let loose. At'rr puffing, Llooing, and wiping the perspiration from his face, the gambler look' d at his tormentors ui;h a scltsatislied air, and exclaimed, "You can't come it oer tiiis child with any of your common game. I've stood three pluck one loo of ten to be bluffed off, even if there was forty against me. Any lime you want to getvp uiu.lhur gam.-, and there's ny thing to be made by it, I'm jour man." The boat wa soon under way, and all haods adjourned to their respective callings. stitutions of Virginia, suggesting a measure which ho believes will be useful (if indeed something of the kind be not indispensable) to relieve domestic exchanges from the oppression under which they now labor. N hether the remedy which he proposes be expedient, we do cot pretend to be able to judge. It appears to us to be eminently practical, however, if such a succedaneum for a Bank circulation of universal credit be necessary. We confess ourselves to be rather disappointed that the Dunk of the United States, in the strong position in which it is entrenched by its Pennsylvania charter, has not hod as well the power as tho disposition to bring about the desired equalization of domestic exchanges; one cause of which may be, that, looking from its very organization, more to its particular interest than to the wants of the General Government or of the Union generally, it has employed so large a portion of its funds in foreign dealings as to be restricted in its means of granting accommodations nearer home. The measure which Mr. Smith proposes is one which, in any view of it, there is abundaace of time for considering; since it is one w hich can be accomplished only by the action of the National Legislature. To the extent of one half 'of Mr. Smith's preposition, we are clearly of opinion it would have been wise as well as jut if Congress had acted at its last session we mean, of course, to the extent of an amount which would have sufficed to pay the fourth instalment uneer the deposite (or distribu tion) act of 1S3G; which, after being gene rally appropriated in anticipation by iho several Slates, has remained due aud un paid since the first of January last. i isior employ n hail ieo, ihii uew one was , ; the nmst ll !.!y of nil. i il s" tv fi jiiiii '. lie-, ,t 0t wiirti !i-ii a ay T c . "e- fill xt mi n! ii'-s", A--!, '.ikf Ml !.!",t.I, !Itii . t:L'-i l.i earth, iiiy iti ':' ii4l, "I .pir uf I i - )n r.n in y n rt' Of i . !! I t; :.'., ' Tfi'M' r;'. -t. in ii. t). r . ' I ',f !.- !E-ir - ii, .. I I U- mi f..!. i ti.l , 'I i.' m : tt TW tw l',r m. l!t trmrf l . .r ;.i:v--i. . of a ii . . l.i:V' Ik.bi. nMii;i iiVr, hi re wither rfi n sua, fur T Vrl t-. g.'ini: ' ri'", On li ur i.n --!" thiKe. v. he men, lnnlin it usekss to ittteuipl rc- L'niiiiiiJ their money by fair mean, resoit. i, ,i the everu.g foil .wing ihsl mi twch ,, tll ,,3II vhi, h the gaml.ior imdoubitdlv j il. amguSar onlcr wa given to the nrtiit ' ,,nt;jht f..ul. !Lvug gamed t!,e consoi't J.nni.!i, nil tin; pramii-es aii'J lay;iiimit.es ; ' N iplcs, nd not soia'.l j r! of the piyn- iu e. cr nfl Ihe muvn toward lh" upteu !ii liifjlie of S-in C'iiil. A piece of great j ; i;,-f ii was to 1k performed, aod the pr'ma i t ilu.ti i, ho viBHvouog and beautiful, was. iho evipusite vomiisi rigr..na .Manna of the eiiginccr to ua the engine for a short lone, they forthw ith il a plan in execution a plan rather bordering on that code of laws generally known ns- coining under the (facial j iris.iiction of Judge Lynch. I hey in the first place mmi one end of a rope !at round the neck of the wondering r in .; i.C. a tali: or Tin: pas-ions. Vninrsio J ! ili was the artisan i f "Vfofeno !i Naple. lie )4 wotker Wiw, a dep.itinria .f tho nrt l r kh i hat Italians hae !on celehra'eJ. Ari'.u ;,' )H,l -aiiifd llllll re;ullioii 'i a'l indml employment, and fimn his '.teii had miei ihr. greifr numher el '' eiidelahras oml oiher in ta!!i.: ornn- j In U fjHidd m the p-.irr. f N.ipl. H. j br .nze worker had c'imii rich hv h '"iiaiion, but tii" iiiii rit !. r,tl l, i. ..I , , i l ire l.iy had but lately l-.-n appointed lo ,; j,,,,;,.,, li i,e f,ti,er as tied to the jiaU the pail of. (.of singer, and had ll.cre- Pn,i ,- xt9 ,tln rod, allow mg him only i lore sopersidtd oi,e who bad finneily len,, or ,,r,.P frxl -k. They told hiiu i lwrackn-wkdge.is;(;-rior Madame tJatn- j,nl unless ho shelled out their money in ' brici. tmvi.:. rin.; mot ..inparniivehuuul. !,,, rr ,ey would woik the engine,' and lation which M o! mi iJamhrici had tndur- al ln(, Muie 'time that they ero nut respon Til ill the eyes of the Nenp .htaos, it w;i Tiblc (r anv ,rij.irus he miiht sustain. not to lw wipnised (iiat fhe would on the j L, ,, j0 g,ve up his gains, the fellow cast premnl occ3in nuke her apiwaiancq in 0,w look at the system of extortion, coolly I he Ii.hiw. lUit few knew tho real clurae- s calculated Ins chances and then told them lor of their former favorite. - I o the aston- j Py ,,,(,1 WO:k aay and be d d." mhinriit, niul e should add, tho delight of: -vtt 90l,ncr sdid than done: nud the earn- Commodore Prtblc. The following an ecdote illustrating some points in the char, ucter of the gallant Commodore l'rehle, is from Cooper's Naval History of the Uuited Stats'sa valuable work recently published : "Commodore Preble was a man of hi;h temper aud a rigid disciplinarian. At first he wasuisliked in his own ship the young er officers in particular, feeling the tlJLcts of his discipline, w ithout haviug yet learn ed to resjM-cl the high prolcssior.ul qualities for which he afterwards became so distin guished. One night when the Cons' itution was in the Straights of Gibraltar, she sud denly found herself alon side of a lare slnp. Some hailing passed without either party s giving any answer. Commodore Preble, who bad taken the trumpet himself, now told the name ai.d country of his ship, and his own rank. He then demanded the name of the stranger, adding that he would fire a shot unless answered. "If vou fire a shot, I'll return a broad side," wos the reply his iniz'-n rigging, applied the tminiKt and P,rtlCi" pirouettes, i i- i , r, selves ln; m own said, " this is ihe I nitr d Nates ship Con- i !,,,, stitution, a 44, Commodore Preble; I am about to hail you for tiio last time ; if not ' answered, I shall fue into you. W hat ship isthal?' " 1 his is his Pritaiinic Majesty's shin Poncgal, a razee of tiO guns." Preble Mr. Smith's M?i is, tliat Congress shfKiIJ au. tliorize the is.-ue of twenty millions of Treasury notrs, free of interest, to lie paid out by the Trea. eury for the public appropriations, and received crery where in payments and on deposite hy the banks ; and that the revenues shall be collected, as formerly, bv the banks. Xo f.Xi'd neriod lor I the redemiitioii of tho TrpJiury Xotcs ne-'d bu stijiulated, as on tin ir fare they fhouH be made re. receivable when and wheresoever presented, for dues to the Covemment ; and the banks should possepe the right to re-isue tliem at their pleasure.) J. Q. Adams' Later. The sage of I ... r , t I n .j n . I I p- . . i .i I n cn.i...J .Im.n.la.- .uiuvj ua? uuji.mu n 31.1.1 ju tuaiaviti istic Letter, to the public, on the subject of his connection wit!) Abolition Petitions, in which he cuts right and left without mer cy, lie thus speaks of Mr. Calhoun: " At the head of them is lr. John C. Calhoun, with his s.inguine temperament, his diishin? elo quence, I lis ncwr-douuiint; confidence in himself, his superficial acquaintance with human history ; with his never-hosit itinr versatility of conduct, ; Hinl his ludicrous sincere claims to consistency i with the memory of his premature advancement iu early youth of his grasping ambition of his M isled hopes and his mortifying disappointment!!. This is precisely the man to acquire, under tliu ctr.Tveceiice of a -Southern .Sun, that ascendency over the intellect of his contemporaries which confers a Pythagorean authority over his disci, pies, and settles every question among them by the simple formula of " lie taid it." And such an ascendency ha has acquired, with the excep. tion of a few mUllient men. unable to keep pace Preble snran ' into with him in the suddenness and rapidity of hi ition to anv of his circumvo. The Standard lately asserted positively that Reuben M. Whitney was the Editor of the Madisonian, the paper at Washing. ion regaruea as me organ ot .nr. Kives a bier was immediately seen liist chasing the piston nI upon ull fours, and then hacking lis . r- i- I,. fire the opeia commeneeii, ttie nuu rooromitHul vl ence ra: e. 1 111 iue name 01 i.ieir niriiier in- . ... I'.. 1 : 1 i..,.,. I 1. ... f..rt l...r o'wcil. Mil aiill or re, .iniar n 1, ouu in" 101 nii..t- .1 the audience, Cainhnce attended, a it for ihe iinriioso of iickiiowlHlging the merits nnd grating the tri!iuph of the inimtiible ;(MJ, tr j .av cvt. a ,he ,mu? was Mitfim. She appeared 111 one of the most ai f,M1)v 8t.t UV, i)0 "rod as ever that f ronpicious parts of the thcalro (he front 1 t.rr cime or (tubiiel Uavel was upon the corner of Iho upH-r bo overhanging the j glt.ril(rf,. ct working him forward utagc. - jand backward several tunes, ine of his tor- mentnts asked him : "Don't you think it best to hand over?'1 " Don't bother me," retorted the gambler. Wd nnv ri hm rrade. with hi own 'iinuj Irep.lom liom I 'ttlousv, in being " ou il gl sicn ol that lun, saulnnoin- conlinin hi i-tH.inl atiention - nrtaent on su li un (K'eiismn. The object j or of the boatmen, as ho was following the "WW to the finer and more difficult arti- i f their nt't ntion, however, appeared to be lnrh b wa rcfpnred to fnbricnie, abashed by the plaudits alio raised, mid ' men in hi employ manufactured, in iimv.xI not a iniisclo 111 reply, but hall cov ' ami wparaKf workuhop, tho coin-' ercd bv her veil, sat with Iter eye lived on f articles vf the trd. ! 'he ntnge. Tl;o pn'Crt (it length counnenc- ''"- venmg.aa Anlonio sat alone in tSc ' ed, thuj htmg priir,a'doniia apjwured nnd 'u nparlmnnt wher" ho pursued hitfU- hn cheers were long ami loud, M inna ''. he was informed that n lady wished j hud not been over praised, either as rejrar '"fak with ,i.n. lie desired her to k;W her person or performances. Lery l'limn.,.1 I I. ...1.. 'I'l. ul.i... m... . ' . ul.teh ahrt ti)ok across tho tni0 cllti- . t :lllll'liml' V I 1119 11-llUI - - " iiile of 1..11 n.,,1 . .i',.k. r.irm nn.l entriane ; leil ndiniratinti. lor her movements were - ' "ni uuij fttin it 111 mo'i i-i f r l! dark tin. k veil thrown over her head , like tlto-o ol a m tph ; every note which she j the bystanders was boisterous ami nearly I fice. . 1,. .,r.ve..t tho bronw-wor.! littered drew f nth npphuisc, lor her voice tin the estrenuMis the poor tel.ow, intent piston rod up in the attitude of a liear "Not as you know on," rjiued the gambler, as he bucked out of its way. In this way they ran upon tho poor fellow for some time, he still manifesting an unwil lingness to give up his spoils. Py this time all the cabin passengers had heard of the fun going on below, and went down to wit ness it. After a few moments' respite, the engine was again set in motion, and the gambler ahuiir with it. Thu laugh from a'e, an (,, j,rc foin dNcerning the feature beneath. ! was swei '"ly, for such her tires In-tokened her ; every iong of the piece she was successful, "''. did tint sjM-ak until tho servant who but attention and expect at iw were riiieiiy 1 iiO iutt J her had left the riMtm for snii " riveted upon one song, once Cumbria's :t" i uts. Turnitt r then her l-I wire from : masterpiece. Marini nt length reached l! "-r to J.mirtli, nud sealing h-iself m i this pari of tho o;-ra ; hhe was then alono 'Uir which be had olared for her. she , unuii the singe. Mm sang Hie secotui, ami r''-l. in 11 v, ...... .. 1... 1. 1,.., . ii.....,,! 1 1 i.r.iiinii of dowers were scattered uikiii tho - -- v. ,vnv null. 11 ii--, iiw.ii.i i-,.fc.. - - - -et and strong ns Philomel's. In 'upon nothing but his own safety, followed jerked off, and then backed out of its way to avoid being fairly run over and crusiieti. Wo can liken his look and actions to noth inn savo an old bear being dragged by a chain to some point against his will, and mm me siranger no auut;eu m statement, partv T119 v.as r,p!iur!, t0 U9 fr WQ and should lie by h.m till morning in order cou!j never i,ave anv fellowship with the to ascertain his real character. IL- was as suw, nf lhe man lhat' Mt4 Adjins kjed off good as his word, and 111 a short time a boat by bis celebrated Pveport on the V. S. Bank, came from the other vessel to explain. It j Ru. It ,lirns out ike mpst tlf tlC Standard's was an Lnglish frigate, and the Constitution - statements, to be a sheer fabrication. The nan got so su.iu-en;v aim unexpectedly along icjltor (lf llie Kaiotiih Star says he has re- side of her, that the hesitation about answer ing and the fictitious name had proceeded from a desire to gam time in order to clear the decks and get to quarters. " The spirit of Comm-idore Preble on tht9 occasion," says Cooper, " produced a very favorable impression in his own ship. Tho young men pithily remarked that if he wus wrong in his temper ho "us right in his heart." ZitaZ Rights. Tho Iiockville Journal complains grievously of the immunities en joyed by hogs in that town. Among other instances of the lenity with w hich they are treaJcd, that paper states that a citizen of Iiockville, upon retiring to rest a few nights since, found three of these bristly loafers snugly stowed away in his feather bed. A She S,iilcr. Prig William Otis, cleared at Boston November 2 1th for Ha- the piston-rod up to prevent his neck bcing vannuh, and proceeded thence to New Or leans, w here she arrived February 13th. The boarding officer at New Orleans, in making his return of the crew, stated that they were the same that had left Boston tn the brig, bui ndda " Charles Lord proves backing out the nioincul a foot of slack was I to bo a woman iu diguiso ceiveu a letter from the publisher of tha Madisonian, positively contradicting the Standard's assertion, and moreover stating that Whitney is in Mississippi, atteuding to his ow n private business. The Star appears to expect the Standard to withdraw its alle. gation. This is amusing. Did the Stand ard ever do such a thing? fay. Obs, A Long Line. On tho 11th u!t., there was lying between Little Falls and Herki mer, New. York awaiting the repair of a breach in the 1 . r 10 Canal, a lino of canal boats ten miles in length. It is supposed it would require a fortnight to gel them through the locks. Special Verdict. Three younj men were recently tried in Cattaraugus (N-.Y.) for shooting 8ud mortally wounding a dog. Tho written verdict of the jury was: " All three guilty ; plaintiff's damages assessed at t pence ; aud each of the defendants to have another shot at the dog ! The long prevalence of Eastern gale' ha9 covered the coast of England w masses of sand, entirely choking no harbor ; viz. that of South old.