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Vol. XXI. PfUON. THE CONSTITUTION AMD THE LAWS-TUB GUARDIANS OF OUS LIBERTY. TUUKSDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1841. " 1 - --t i r ' . It o. 1091. A HAPPY NEW YEAR, or km itwa iks rcAuoii .' f A hsppj N' Xm. t Mtt,w tried Chrho liariaa to bit young wtf. m bt catered frost the coustwg room, to hco fee wsl before ahe wit awake, to cuke aie earttcvlsr tirangrment. , . I mTk1 jr. drar, Charles, the entwrred. elsspieg b eerfc wkV Lcr e-ead but ties! "bat the a Lev an it be happy u tantalized by trs cretifi'd w wheat" - rVhet do yet mesa, dearest! lit re pLed itt .-iceof surprise aad e"liritedr; mi ! beat Ml aagrslificdr 0! do at bt alarmed, CUrlee. but if yet really wuli est hippy New Year, JfK 111 ! t Blppf tJT giving Ml Nt Veil p freenl. Tht husband I know. aWoaUnaed.ihat I have need of ooihiag, tod yet tfacrw is tome- thing wliieti I rr much desire think you wiil hsrdly rsfute rat lb re firt Nt Year' i.T tf our Ubma. Ym it ibai 5!ra. Ellii and 1 ert rival ia ur f ulUwoJ, and I d m likt It tee bee i di at It eitcaJor tad rlrgitct. Wf J. ht I railed an ber bt ttkv I afrcd oa her id-burd rirb and enperb ei t( pUlr, and 1 longed for a ael f pin, ate ahill OMiahine it Ntw i al look ta grit. It will ualf coal t ff w buadrrd. and wt eaa eeoaosiie a title ia ewaeiHirg tle, if ii bt aereaiary. lNme, r ye and lei tie ft tad order ay nf u fi-enl rrt tf plait." :li aili haidly be ptaiibtt for me to atiead to yoa to dir, Charlotte, f.ir 1 have erttae particular calla lo make, in witch, allhovfh did ml ntntmo it. I re , queil thai yo will aeennpaay nr. iad we aba'l btipeak the plat to i-ro. Yea. It, if yee pleaee, replied Charlei; and i be ready to go with aue ia aa fcoer.H . lt , 1 wonder here he ie going to tike me, amed Chulnle, aa abt tied oa her hit, aad faaiened her ttperb cloak. Ckarlee look her h.ml with a emle, end ihajr wen into the ateigh. Their tuei Call waa at a ojinificent tn ana ion, the ma er of which net iheoa in the hall with a hearty welotaie, and led ihea ia to a parlor furnithrd ie a atyLs of the wal cotly aplendr, bayainl eny that Ma. Oaitoe bad tf er lero. The library, too, ia an enchanted hall. Mr. Allea treat ed iheia with polite familiarity! and oa their departure, prtieotrd the young bride, at a N'w Year'e gifi,abeaaufuleicutrd eiUer taae, crowned with aa artificial roae buah, of 'ciameilrd gold, cmeralde and rubiea; and breathing rich incenie fro the altar of roeea with which it war enrich ed. She waa enraptured wtihhiecourteay and liberality. 1I had called on the to teveial limra. and hia euivity and gea tiliiy of manner hid ooa her eateem, but aha hid never dieamed of hit being to immrnaely rich. . Well, Chatlotte, aaid Mr. Birton, aa they drove awiy, "how do joo like my friend and hia r-aidencet" OU! he ta a gen Una an, and hit hooae i like a palace. Out ia it nm atrange that euch a wealthy mm ahould be to familiar with oa. " Not at a!l. Charlotte. He wa my mnal iatimate friend at College; wt were .alwaye cnmpetiinre for iht tame prize, and the eama honT. I woo moil fie our ntlr, and he wia richer than 1, but no jealoeiy awoke between sa. And now I lo not envy him, and he dea not deapiae aa. We alwaye meet aa frtenda. and what would you think of me, Chailottt. if I wert to undertake to furniah my par tor and library like hif renderiUnd you, Charlea. but then here ia nol ei great an inequality between you and Mr. Eliia at between Mr. Aden and you. Out hy atop here at the llo.pU.lt Uarton did not aniwer. but aiaiating tier fro o iht lUijh. led her trembling enti the recept'cla of mieery. Stopping at a ad in which ly an emafiated fe fltale, he bade her be aeated: and after mia kind iuquiriei rnncrning the atate of the inlid, introduced hie wife, and beaotight iht aufferer to tell who iha waa, acd iiow aha cam there. It ia a bitter trid, commenced iht ertnian," to recall my more, eina ind auf iferinga; but ainca 1 owe yon eo much 1 will tell you all, in ia few worda aa pot ible. Lady, in my youth I waa called beautiful. I waa a achool mate of your liiuband'e mother. I married finl. and although ahe aono after united henell with a wealthier imn than my equally leapeci ble H-nare, atill aha treated me with all ihe arotth of a aiaiet'e affection. But from the day of her marriage I felt an envy, the more criminal from itt, being iinprnaoked. We et up in a genteel atylf,'oiy home being elegantly fumiihed, but anil, Mra B.rtnn. although an un oatentationa lady, had brilliant arlielea hat I had not. eould not reit. My hnahand waa a nrudeat man. but unfortti- aaiely he hed ma too, well. I urged hint witlr teara an ) all planner of peiiua , i ma to purrhna thing which would utie Mra Brtmi enahlihment ll . . . in frequently warned me that we ar"UM o ou Uoie, ret he atill complied with m; xrartaet deaaade. At fVegih Mr. tiartoaj baaieg made a aocTfaafid eperala pwchated a btaaltful epaa ol boraea ad a oflcad d e qipi(t. I aaw him dnae peat .B bit lady, tad my teal waa 4a agay aU I 4ed a promiee frem aay poor ho.b&d to paichaaa a aimilar rqaipige for mt. ' ... -At awia aa 1 ebtaiaed it. rode triom phaaily to II re. B artoa'e, Shegieet edce aa I thebt eorrowfully.aod aevend itmet tighed aa (be looked aadly ia my faee. ' ' Ailer.gtb 1 inquired the eauee 'of her BBeaaineae. " My dear Ellen," !. com meared. you know, that 1 love yua ainrerely, or I abould nut nore to aay whit 1 ima(iti it it my duty 1 1 tell yen. Your baaband ia an honorable mm; but yoa moat be aware that be ia eoaaiJerabty teuebl Iuwcredbra.rouknoa..pr etat a kind of diciaiorabip ore r lhoe that owe tbem; and it ie nateral for them lo aay, if Mr. ea afford hia f.mily aueh and euch imJul-eneiee, be might certain ly pay Ole., Now roor hoabiad'a credit' re have long been grumbling at wbat they are p!eaed It call hit extraragtocr, and I fear that when they ee ooa ia yovi carriage, they will treat biia without mercy. I a eorrr that my buaband went lo the like unnreeaarr etnenae. fur ! much fear that you were prompted by emulation. Do not be o&Vnded, aaid aw. aooilungly, and eitended bet hand, but I drew back, pet-i.hlr. and burning from the borne, regained mt carriaer. eenk bark into it, and wept all the way nnme. 1 Mi all the worda, but me wide roae aeamil derj 1 waa offended thai ahe ahoulJbe aware of my envr and emula tion of her, and I vowed, come what ouIJ. never to aet her again. Hut from that tinat the aoperfleoua finery gave me feeling of guilt and tear. And twin aoon tame. "My huabiad gave on all to hie rre- diiora, and we wert without a home. Ia tbi hour of darkneae. Mn. Barton eame. aad with worda of caniolation. nffered me a home with her aa lo'rif litpleaacd. Would you believe that I baughtilr re- ptilaed her kindueaa. although 1 bad no place to liy my bead! My buaband knew notjof the proffer, for I had taught him to believe that tht had groialy in tuited me, and tpnke injariiuile of him. tie hired a room and we removed.L.Bet bt wet bmkeifhearied. lit fell violent l tick, actual want took hold on me. At thie a gentleman of our ecqoaintanet tailed on o, and with great delicacy to moved our necetiiliee. But my buaband died. Our friend took mt to bit home. Ala! that the nobleet feeling of our na ture are oo Marly allied lo aia. Ilia ge neroua pity and my gratitude grew to gether into a guilty p4eein. Shall I aay on? I waa lott. I aonk deeper iu infamy, unfcl your haaband lound me dying in tht meet. He brought me hith er. I shall anon die. But he btda me hope that the pore God will, fur Jcaua ake, hare rey oven upon me." Banon thanked Iho weeping penitent, and with hia wife took hit departure. Charlotte felt tht whole force of her huiband'e eilent admonition. She waa grieved, but aa ahe looked into her own apiiit, aha could not but confeei that ahe waa naturally extravagant and proud. Her father had poneaitd a mere compe tence, with which he managed lo live comfortably, and give hia children the edvantagee of education Charlotte at the boarding ecbooi felt many a pang, aa aha compared her eitnplecoituma with the entity dreiaea of hercompiniont, and Compared her home with iheire. Now, aa ber huiband waa richer than her fa ilier, ahe enniidered him immenaely wealthy, and bad realved to be the fineai lady in the city. Barton had indulged her until he found thai eht never would be aatiified. and ha now had reaolted to appeal to her reiann. lie aaw that ahe had read hia Iraoon, and forbore remark. The fluah of etcted feeling fadd from ber cheek, and ahe looked at him implor ingly, a he drew up in front of a email houie, in an onfaahionabte atreet. They were admitted by a l ively woman, in plain neat clothing, who Charlotte im mediately rrengntied aa a aehool com panion; a meek, gentle girl, much in her own eireumatancet; and ont whom aha had ntvtr envied, and htd atmoat forgot ten. You are welcome, dear Charlotte, ahe cried joyfully. I am glad lhalyou are al one o( thoae who go lo the aa amor' bonk to fid out the reil value of th-ir friend. Pray liy off your cloak and let oa have a little friendly chat, after our long rpar.lion. I hen a he erv ed tome excellent cake, iruu ana wine, the continwed, I am hippy to tee you the wife of Mr. Barton; I knowyou muit bt hippy, for hi character ia well known, and you alwaye had a paion for magnificence, which truly becoraea von. 1 never waa anibitioua of aught in a huaband but integrity and love, and lhee it ha nleaied Heaven to allot me. And 1 am hippy. I have no wiih beyond what 1 now eiiov. I want for nothing; my home ie Ike a bower of roiet, where tht d.tvt boilde her neat, and the aun and daw minute together. The world pamee on in it pomp and prid't end ambition, but I hi ed It not; for tbeat are nothapptntea I love tad ten Moved; tad fieat about hie aock. while the Vg tear etrea mham come ..fry go-d .ad perion git, rod down her rot y cheek, aad bote eUt mil., oa iL.aan.o. of afr-ciioa.aadadJa ,aetiog-ia the dark tocka epoa bit leaalle. h.a Uoaiag. bealib aad eateateat. At the far a-da of lb. room, witb her fact We eara tor daily Wad, aadiliaiaaige. ra the wall, ait a female eobbiog coaial rauog, would aet etcbaage ray a.i.a- tively ever aa lofaot which waa eryiee t.oa lor that i4 the Qeta of Cegliad.M teoet piteoualy. - There It at aae ia ."a PB,t'r,JI'l"--ohot.r, all ihia.-coaiinaed the a-Seer, -torn ai4 Ur Uarton, at ih.y rote ie depart, aloog. I eiy.-. "We thall inaiit open you i,i.,rf , s Whabatlt poor mat doner trem Mra. Ct era. Come Charlotte, we have olouily inquired CbaiUie. one more call to make, and we rcuu be -1 pre.ume he cannot pay bia dbta. at bom before our gueiu arrite.' rej lied Bartoa. ' . ,7 Afl M 1 aPP hU go to the - A n I are they going ta I .ken hie t ban ihle e-enuf, we r.a call at the Bd. priaonr ehe inquired witb a a'juddrr. Iiuet 1 and get aay ba!ldfe.. j The weepinf ea luroed around. - Uavt oo money wiih yot. Char j" It ia eveo eo, tht aaij. lie cannot a a. ipty hie debit, f.aat eummer he lay'aick -l have ont hundred d-d'are, which with tht fer; afur he begin to reeo will aearlr teaeh the etpenea. and I er. tSoat wbo bad oatent .tiouilv traat vppet that yoa bavt your purat witb . cd oa during Li ekkaea. ued for their I oue, ana toos away oar furniture, aad I have; but here ie the family oa even the toolt fom l.i workibop; ihu. -.-.uu, IV .-a anaua, 11 11 were, cutung oa nie band, omce -What, hrej Dora aav bodf lira then be could ecaree eara hia braid, and here in tint old dilapidated rein!" ( all my exertion w euld barely clothe the ; --Come in a.nd we thall ee. jebildrea. which haaalviya been my taik; They enlartd a miaerable ruin, through ' and now the doctor baa toed him and be the chinkt and ahaking caaemeote of muai go to jail, and we nun it.r-e." which the keen winde were whimpering,! For wbat amount i ibeamaiPatked teeping me atmotphere far below ihe . Dartoa of ihe oEcer. freexmg point in defiance of tht tcanty I - Thirty ddtar. air, and coat fire ihatfl ckered in the chimney. Cbar I " Well, relent the man. and call at my kma thuddered, bat be ooq f,.rgot the office, I will pay ihe dbu" dwelling, h the cnaemplalion of iu oc-1 Yoe are a etraneer to me. air. and 1 eupanta. 1 ahadow of a woman, with a ahavt loat eo murb by ehowing mercy to babe at ber brt-att, aat betid-a low bed, "iheae poor fa How a, that 1 bavt grown with her elbow on the oillow and ber cautioua. band pn her heart; ber auburn hair hung "My name ia Claitee B.rton will in diihavelled luxoriance around her palt .you takt tecurittt' face; and from the long fringea of be I Oh, certainty, air.' drooping eyelid the big teara were lwly falling. But there waa neither cob or eigh, io deep, ao weary waa her orrow. A young man lay oa iht bed, who cluttering black curlt, glowing chteke and brilliant ej e, contrasted rangely wiih the livid lip, and brow and hand o likt a withered lily. Hie quick ear detected iht prcaenre of viti ten; ht turned hi bead and epraog op win a glad cry. , - " un. liartoni nave yoa come to tof. You ere at liberty. Gilbert" The wife sprang to bar huvbaniT arma. and Barton tad Charlotte burned from her eager cxpreim ol gratitude. Will yon e.ll at ih raillmerV,' aeked Charlct, aa they ie entered the aleighf ' Olir.o! I will not epend money for loch thing any more.' Neteil I gate my puree lo that dear litdt girl that clung to my ptliiae. 1 will hvt no plattnei iber. . 1 eat feel lor the tick and euffering. en my doath-bed! I thought I wa for-"1 never knew till now wbat money wat gotten by Ihe world. Very different have been our dedioio ince we playad i gather under the old elme lint eluded the old school houae. - Since the duae truua fire that consumed my father pro perty and my own, and Mi me with my young bride, scarcely a month married, without a houte or a aoluary dollar, I hie seen dark and "sorrowful days. The general calamity aeeiaed to have awalloweJ up individual eraypithy, and there wert ao many ia wint that none f.iuad relief. I however obtained a tima lion a an under clerk, in which capaci ty 1 terved until dieaa laid ma upon thie bed. from which I ahill ariaa no more. Bui how did you diacover me?" Your phyaician appealed lo me laat evening in your behalf, and when he men tioaed your name, I retolred to eee you aa aoon aa potaible. It waa the firat in telligence I had received of you einre your ruairiige. In truth, Beaumont, my mind wae en occupied, that 1 hardly thought of you, or any of my friendt uuleta I aaw them, or leard their namea mentioned. But we must not loie time in itile chat; the doctor t duke there ia yet hope of your recovery.' Oh. repeat thott bletted word tgiin," cried Mre. Beaumont, eagerly graaping Birton'e arm, aay once more tkere ia hope; for thote word fill upon my burn ing apirit like refreshing rain upon the ecorched and flagging flow ret." Mary, b calm, my love," iid the ick man, and hia eyea filled with team " the hope, like moat of thoae that have ariaen on your pathway, will aoon be o in the backneti ol despair. I frel that I mutt die. Do not weep ao, Mary, we must all die, and biesaed are the dead that dit in the Lord. You will protect my wife, Mr. Barton, and return her to her widowed mother, and the widow's God will comfort snd support her, and our fatherlosa boy. B.rton," a.id he, in a oppressed voice, wt art euffering lor lick of food and fire.' You shall speedily be provided with alt things necemry, and a servant also," said Birton. And if your lo'velv wife becomes a widow' aaid Charlotte Uemulomly. " she shall bt taken care of. She shall lne with us and be' my sister, if the will, or I will accompany her io her mother't dwelling." DIess you, bless your both, murmur ed Beaumont; and poor Miry claiped ber hands convulsively, a they departed lo procure and despatch to them the pro mised aid. At they proceeded homeward, they were euddenly accosted by a young mm of their acquaintance, with "Mr. Barton, pleat atep into this house." lie immediately sprung from the sleigh, handed out hia wife, and opened the door designated. Within all wit confusion and diatreis. In tht center of the room stood an iron faced man, an ofKotr olthe law, speaking in a threatening tone to a pale, drooping fellow-man, around whose kneee four little boya wert clinging, white a beautiful little girl of probably ten yeara ttood on Miool beside him, with her arms made lor. I did not think there was each misery in the woitJ. tmongttdeeere tng people. I thought thst none but the l.xy and abandoned were utterly drat'uu e. But 1 aball never bt bappy again; ia midst of plenty I thall think wf thoaa wbo art periahing unpitied and unknown. My dear Charlotte, if 1 thought that wt live only fur ouraees, I would not have pained you. 1 have bend many aa Mil thai it ia wrong in damp the joyful young apirit with the knowledge of hu man woe end destitution. But since these things are, and mutt be, suraly they ahould know it, wbo hsve means to give relief. I believe with ihe wise mso, that it is better to go to the houve of mourn ing than lo the houet nf feasting J snd also, ihsl by sadness of the counten ance, iht bean ia mvdt belter. I am happy lo find the well of. goodness in your young hesrt so ready lo over flow, ' 1 had rather my wife should win the bles sings of those who were ready to perith, than the admiration of the fashionable world. And in the hour of death. Char utt,or we must all lay low, will not the money , that we have expended in le to our fallow crestures, sppear richer than hoarded millions, which we could enjoy no longer! Since you have given up the ball, we will make our ar rangements, and go this evening to carry consolation to the Beaumontt." " With all my heart, dear Charles. It will bo a mournful pleasure, but one which will never ful to give satisfaction in the review. I shall no longer be a mere cypher in society; snd my only emulation shall be ike deaire of rivalling you in acta of kindmes snd benevo lence." , Blte you, loe; you heve made me hippy, cried Barton, tenderly; "and I trust 091 only you snd 1, but many a reclaimed Wanderer, and relieved sufferer, will find abundant rean to remember this aa a Happy &ew Year. a Common Stn$e. -T.tking of--- to day, with , . ahe remarked, thai he had every eense but common sense, and made light of Iht deficiency. How fre quently do we hear people do thie. aa if Hit possession 01 t.lent or vsrious fine qualities can atone for it absence! Com mon acnee is not only positively neces sary to render talent avsiUble by direct ing its proper application, but ie indis pensable ae a monitor to warn men a- gaiust error. Without this guide the pss sions and feelings will be ever leading men astisvt and even those with the best . . . ....... nsttirat dispositions will fall into error. bat eeea (hia will mH aapoly rt place t U esas. CoaseiVeeo 41 lead a ease to repeal or atowe t-e crime, bwt Corn at a oeaae wdj preclude kit ewmitiag k, by eweUiag loat to aay eo ttd SO we eery clever, or eery ceaaieg, aad are wtU el tela ltd to make their way ie the world. Thie epiaioa seems to me to be a ttvtro satire ta the world; fur, aa cnnie eee eif appertain to a mean laicllcet, ta which it serves 00 a poor substitute for sense, it erg tea ill for the world to tep pntt it can be take ia by it. 1 never knew a teaaible or t gm'd persoa who wae canning! and lbavt kaowa to many cab and wicked enea wbo poser seed ihia despicable quality, that htdd it ia ar)ereoerv exerui ia scry joeng cb-1 drea, to wboaai Prwvideare giee it, be fore they trrite at yd aeeee. Jjady lilutmglon. A TREAbCRE TUOVK. Mr. m forme tie tn tmplov o one of the Gtvernmeat ofSeta, bad become eo ttraiteaed it hia affairs through aoroo f ami- It lawsuits, which he bad stood the brunt of fr the Isst four vesrs, that he could not pay the rent of hie tpanmenta ia the Barnere dee Mart t re, and bia Landlord be came very impatient, threatening him si aaost daily with forcible ejectment. U Wednesday the landlord bad agate called pan hia tenant to remonstrate with hint about ibe arreara of real, tad in the course of conversation renewed bia tbreata of ejection. Mr. U. prayed bun to have patienet. be ahould doubtless gain hie euit, and would then be able to pay him all thai ht wed. The landlord was, however, ia ciotable, would bear nothing ia extenua tioa of ibt delay, and at length aaid. 1 have already obtained judgment against yoa, and H you do sol pay me I wiU put 11 into execution. This thresl put tht poor man into a most furious rtge. " If you take my thing," ssid ht. they hall pol be of much ast to you; for I will set fire to them, or beat them io pieces. rather Uisn yoa shall treat me so harshly. Suitirg the action to tht word bt seized a candlestick from tht mantlepiece, and dathed it ai the looking-glass, which tht versd into 1 thoossnd pieces. But what wat iht surprise and joy of both the to gry msn (angry no longer) to see a per feet rain of gold piecea pouring from the fractured glass lismt! - They hastily gathered (hem op from he floor, and upon counting them fouad that tbart were no less than two hundred and laenty add goldcoina, of eight and torty franca each, and fifty napoleon Their quarrel waa then suddenly put a stop to, and Aiooateur II petd ft'. lsnllord his rent, and hesrdly thanked hint in tht bargain, for having put him in lo a t ixiion. He then proceeded to ez amine the glass frame, and found that the back of it had an opening with the groove and elide. A note ia the hand writing of his deceaeed wife explained the mys tery. The mney consisted of savings winch she had poi by for "arsinydsy,. without letting her s pones into ihe st oret. Frtnth foptr, SI 1 Extraordinary Man. I w is Cor neliu. Esq." died. 10 his 47th year, on Monday week, at hia reaidancc at Milford, Pike county, in the northeaaiern aeetion of Pennsylvania, Thie gentleman waa one of the tnoai remarkable persons, in reepeel io sixe, in the present ege, and ia only excelled by ' the celebrated Uaniel Lambert. Mr. Cornelius wss aix feel two or three inchea high, measured tig feel around bis body, and just previously o the illness which terminated in hia death, weiehed 720 pound. lie Tell off in consequence of sickness.' and after death weighed but 6b5 poinds. Such waa his extrsoidutary weight that an inch rone had to be used for his bedoord. The ceJebjalfd P.nirl tambert. who standi unrivslled in weight or body, reached, wo beliste, 739 pounds, only 19 more than Mr. Cornelius, and the ronown of Daniel has placed him among the wonders of the world. Mr. Cornelius was hsidly a leas remarkable person, snd filled near y sa gieat a space in the world. ? 1 ho following ire the dimensions taken after bia death: - - F$rt. Cirettmfereoce of waist, 6 S f Do. Do. Bo. Do. Do. Do. Do. body, arm. above elboi arm. below elboi wriat, thigh, calf of leg, ankle. 8 3 23 19 1 3 42 2 7 17 Luther Courage. Luthei'e defiance of the devils" in Worms wss not a rnese lot a. as the like miofit be if now spoken. Common sent is lo the individual, wh4 Ii waa a faith of Lurher'a that there were ihe compass i to the mariner it enables him to ateer aafely through the rock, shoala and whirlpools thst intersect bit wsy. ' Were the lives of criminals accu rstely known, I am persuaded that it would be found, that from a want of com mon eense had proceeded their guilt; Tor a clear preception bf crime would do more to check ita perpetration, than the good nest of hesrt which it so frequently org ed wop preventive sgainat it Contcienct it itta only substitute for common seneo. devils, spiritual denizens of tht pit, coo tinu-lly besetting men. Many limes in his writings thislurna up; and a most email aneer has been grounded on it by some. In the room of the Wariburg, where ht tat translating the Bible, they atill ahow you a btack spot on the wsll, the etrsnge memorial ol One of theie conflicts. Lo ther wss trsnslating one of the Psalms; he waa worn down with long labor, with tiekness, abstinence' from food: there rose before him some hideous indefinable age, kick be took for iho ed eee, let fotVd bis Murk', i Iitbas oiartad op wiih 6d defiance. Ceag fcia iakstaad at the apeeire, tad it etaeppesred. Tt spot eidl ismaias there, a eeriowe aaoaameM edaeveral tbiaga. Aay spetLectry'a ap peeaiice raa est tell o what we are to tUi4 l thw apparition, ia a teitatifie eeneet but tbe aaat heart thai dare ire de&aat. faee to face, sgainat hell itself, esn givt ao higher proof ol fesrleesoess. The tbing be wit ,od before exist apt tn this esnh or endrr it. Frar)eee eaaoghl They epok once about bit aot being at Leipxif, t U Puke George bad hindered him.' a great eacray of hie. L waa Mt for Duke George, answered he; no, If 1 bad business at Leipsg. I woo'd ge ihoogb it vataed Puke u corse t for pint days leaning.? t . . i m I 1 THE HAKtlSON rFB0f6UTI0r. Tbe vtry contemptible hue and err raited by canting Lorefoeoitm againet the appropriation of a year'e silny to the widow and family of the lamerted liar risoa, is most odairsbly " cot off at the kaeeV ia tbe following Dialogue, from tht Tusearawta Advocate: Zero. I tbiak Conrrera very wrong? to throw tht publie money away epoa the !.'--- III wiuow 01 cneraausrrisoB. fafrTbey se him a year' salary. which 1 believe is cuttomary ia such . Cases. Loco.--Thit miy tt. but look at twemy-five thoussnd dullsrs. Wbat a great lax it ia oa the United States. . . Air.llow much do you think will come oa you? , , ico tdon l pay toy United 9 ateai lax directly, but some of the foreign articles I Ut are tiled, and 0 1 would psy in propvtion. ff htgi Foreign tsxed "trticlet trt ehirfly used by tht rich. It is Unit that I or you use of sheet, end wt have very litde tax to pay a that w ay. v , XOce.ISutlhis year s aalary will have 10 bt paid by the people, whether rich or poor. f Air Wall, we wul put rich Si poor together, all alike, and what would be your ehereJ . , f Zro. Why do yon at XT fThig Becsuss 1 intend lo psy von; 1 will not hear you grumble at Congress , doing an art of justice ta hs widow and children oTaucua man as Gen. Harrison, . toco. 'You wilt find more grumble' tliaa me, and 1 am better offibio your aelf. - . . , . . ' , - fThig.! know it; but, poor aa I ao. I can pay your antra of this tsx. Aoco Well, 1st us hsve it, Whig I roust firat calculaie your skate on tht atate. There art in tht United States, by tht late census. 17.100.S72 per eons; how much would bt 15.000 dol lars to each personf Can you cbanf 9 a cent? Loco. Why do you ask; how much do yoa make itf i . Whig. Cm you change a cent. I aay? t Loco.tio. . ft'hig. Then tska tht whole cent, end it will pay seven olyoa if fairly divided, for the ssvrntb of a cent i just your pro portion Ol thi heavy tax ol 125.060. ZeroGo to the dickent with your cent, I will electioneer somewhere else. ff'hig.-But take care to do it with some ignorant man that doea not know tht as of figure, and baa no love fur tbe bravt defcadrro of bis county. Temperance. -Jude Crench, ofWsab ington City, who is, himself, a etrict TemperssK'e man, in some advice, which he gives to the advocate el the cause tbroegb the National Intelligencer, aaya: Men mast be persuaded, not driven. Hostility must not be unnecessarily ex cited. Those who do not coma io must be trrstrd with kiudeees, and Islt to tht workiiw of their own conscience; which if not stifled by 'passion, will generslly be effeeiuaL It is that still small voice, whispered to the tout, that is effecting the greet reform. . !et it not be drowned im the voice of the' angry paeeione. It if welt to be ardent in a good cauoe, but tht ardor itself may become intempa- Mormon Imigrante. The Gloucester Journal, an English paper,"' coutaiua the following atngular notice: ' A good deal of curiosity has been ex cited in thie city during the Isct few day a by the depaiture of great numbera of do luded country people. (Mormoniie,) old and young, for tht " New Jerusalem" in America. Some of tbeso unfortunate dope, who had broken up comfortable eetabtubotente at home, are on the brink of ibe grave, and they believe that on their arrival at the American paradise ibe shall be made young again, and shall live for a thoueand yearil On' Wcdneaday, about eeventy of theie people went down the Gloucester aud Betkelv'. Canal to Sharpnera Potnl and, on Thartdey, a wagoa load of the tamo description, of ignorant fanatica took, their departure for the svne destination, all of them intend ing io embaik atSharpaeae for America. . .Remember that most of the matchleto effusions o(( Robert Boms were conceited wImI he waa toiling after the plowjh.