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ftti. dr tba circa re Uartt la fate we ! awa it t Li fcaara M . U? tieve to- It i4 i4 thst. ic ur 'ft Iff T u-Kt ff-e e-l lateee ! -vary that t.ert il9cl.il s caption and a. lit goJtf . Kaw. y i p'eas jour heaar, ih yoamiiaa, of pod ch-Ul. whch bate beta takea (rots aaUr ixom bavieg fght hea ws'tLoai bit roRMBt. aad aaaceoBBted for, U 8raBAfiiSfe 4 the esptioa aa1 sprti oa, villi feteatoe ib'ccu la tb cr wotdt. if a mm U ia foieiai af good chattels under ca ciirumttta eec. iba law rrawiret hm fa aeroant for !' MwaestieR, which il iba reg ards Brewspue videc.ej'flreey,aj !yif Vt mt'm, ttlUurprtimptfom Jontt prUitmr in ecntrarium." litre the bo- aeobla court's ovauit .eHKutl j drop red wpaa ia iba fvllett extent.) Aedifhe tail la uroii at for i hie potaetaro by ether testimony thai hi n be avast be too tieed. Tb tot, of precaptton. may it f le yoar bnnowr, i not Br lets it real. The note recent th pateio. the Ironr.rr the cate. Fr ibts wtU-et-lahhhed principles ftw, 1 aeed hardly refer il.i tirl:igetet room EatV Pleat rMie Crown. 65G; Hale' Pleas of the V.fw-tZOd; J Sta'k cB Evtdese-, 840; AM V Reports, 320; Archbnld's Pise t ee, 76, tad ouoif rea iher learned au thorities. Nf need I occupy tit ti of this honourable court by apply ief these rinriUa to the cava aader eonsidersiion. w.U. raT t phasa your honour, anly israaik ib eoie"-ation, ibt we hats abnD Ualy rttoiea U poiuuion ct m pto ptrtjr by lhadcftnJani wiihooioarfcno Wg or ennter-U and m he hit Btieily tAled 1 amount f-r that roarinii. Ihia bonouMble rourt ia bn4 to pretuma that be io.k the rrr'tj fnim Jfurondi,toi l rommitbioi accordingly. It there rre any douba reytiRj ob the fn'ftJ bf Si' ire Hfra bffor', lia apcrcb, o replete i b coap!ieaury ailucont ti b:a honotV eaiaeity, and baundie; I'g'l ew o o'Urly be yond hia coiBpreueoton, bad the effert to !ircre i.tm at care, and to irreo etbly fit hta ronteiioo of ib f rioner'e After a noment'a ailr-ftcr,dbrin( arh'rh e it t.-L .J . ....ii- be ihtia drlirrrcd tb judgmcDt of the couru Ab-alom flarTfy. yon ia eommStird by (Si ciibm, to the amount of fire Ion drl dolUraVor yunr appearance to tbe n it honorable Superior Couru WuiU t'ni decieiao jare C'ltlrnt aitia f if in to a large nunbrr of ibe peraona f rpett. thrte eie yeto horefard rd it at wl.rUly urjitt, notwithitanding tha tb! arjomrnta of rounarl. And aa Mr. !Ir!y taJ before intimat'd bia in tention cl p-oeuting Ftrkina, he wii mw atrrouoiitlj erf ed to rfj eo, by hit friend, who euaelcd that aa he bad fat ten antler lUt (iplature of the ! trate, bit true p-d cy WouIJ be to employ the j ourg lawjer -who it traa evident to a!. bad won a h'gh place i 'hit bo nor't fOfble' te jrj to conduct tbe auit. It reqqred rntseU pertaion to induce Mr. Iiriey to.lvptihiUitei weeeation. AVr bthal juat t'ken plc. he felt ucb more 1 k efCioj I homat Jeneraon Jenkm. Cq. ! the d-J. the eay ire it, than gitrinff bun a fee. But On bf trig r mir.d -d of the uuer lioeleasoeta vi fua Cite utile be ehould tncreedm orer coining tl.e prejudice of 'Squire Rngert, and btiit aurrd by bftele Unity, that I.iwtert it like tbot guna. and hita whoeer theya pintnl at. 'thoat any ma lire picp'n." l e aied bia objee:in, a-Hl comrtitr.J to entplnt the etme area pn ajirit Terkint bich that inditidu al hal ru tucCetrfuKv diterted againat hiae f. Aeeoidirgly, through bit tnend, b approached our htro on the aurjc, ar bo ba found not r.nly perfectly tiling t t adiehiui in the ctae, but aa be ex pr it, extremely bappy to l ae an o.iO't'-Brvitf thus afforded km of proving l't I'. Harlry the total bence of any tM -g 1 k feeling of p-ronl ioatility on bi pr, toward bun. After bearing the evi!-nce which Mr. H aily relied on to autin the proterution, our hero remarked that Veghl of the ac tion a nrquemionahl theeamc in both cea, and that though it wat not oiual in the practice, for a gemlemirjnfhie profea u i t be hie own client, and by doing to he rrrgM pottible expoae himeelf to the orjuat trcarn. ia et verba Jocunl T". riBdei the cirrnaitnce be did nut th-nk that bit ptnon g icn $nper $ubjw turn ina!(riam, in the fi'ttetae, ought ti oj-erate at a br to prevent bit acceptance of a fee in the one now about to be brought; adding, that be had not a doubt but h.i be could, frmn the etidence, con vict the nbole Tirklegtzzard party of the eifferice of larceny from the home! Mr. IIaily wat delighted at the proapect of Mrreakng bit aengence epon thote ho had worn to lutulv againat him. bnt eon ciemiiuf ly reminded bit countel that the goodt were taken out of the filar o which oar hero replied, that that fact wat perfectly immaterial to the Utue. Accordingly, while 'Squire Rugera wat irantcribing the form of a bond from the Ceorgia Juttiee, in the caee of The Bute agairet Ilarley. out hero wae btiti- ty digged ib crai-mg me necettary pa per in the new prosecution. IrmtediUfl r iiin the decitiott of their case, t'e Tifklrg xzard prty hadjwith J:.iun, in buiiurtiut triumph, to their rt, avherr-, with numefoua friend', they r.i.ilfl a rleiprrate attack npn the COfi t .u of the ttone jug. Si Per k int. who Wot ultuiUdly elated on the occasion, rvade a r'ecb fiotn hit ctrt-botlr. Boys" laid he, 1 ean tell you whit rt it- ivttirv Hsliel ia a fceile Utj t t aatrtrtt aasa ra ibete rarHl Didyoe r ber etra a epetcbi And tua way he kte tbe law Irwaa e44 Mee ep. it pt'y 'tfaiiag, U'ly, ke e ulk eare tetae ia eaiable tbaa c44 Hegvrt caa BccnUa4 ta eoa a age. ab wbat'atacre la ia eay rsedjtUia fe tbe ae lVgitlaer, ega4J JJippeta t aay hodftUe, IKrrafef JCfcltoar Ttieeebetra lot Jtakiwaf ahaetrd tie crowd tataiatotjtly. Hurra! banal barraltr a Step, by t, for eisiertf.excUia ed Bill Sweeny, wi.h the Jag ia hia kiBd. " I t,,f JM U ailey- ! fbousbt be waa tBottatiooa taar Tt ati N PrriLa borar tJ ru fiat Lawyer Jrukuw baa turk bita irta low, Aa4 aww la ti ptuarBUtry be g4 A l.Jbuira rvRoeed iba t'eWy af BU Sweecy'e ipreaipta. mbicb had aot eauiely difdamay wheBtaubleS.ipe ade titappearaiice ia Ibeir eaidei, with ibe wtirtal t Perkiot. Aaklea sad Sweeny Mr, reikiae haaiof beea otatiied by rortety of the proteeator. Tbeaenmoaatd UteVquirecaaia a bob then !Le a clap of thunchi out of s clear ky, ad their Ifirte quaked wuh tear; while ibe abovt of triuteph yet tmgeied apoa their p Tla jJ a Itawedi ately called in, tbe corn rob replaced ia itt neek, an I !re parly, aUeaded by their aa- teaithed friraut, repaired to the eaagia- trate'e ofuce. '2vire Kger e earprree at the atrange proceeding bad, after oar bero a brief explanation, aowewhat aub aided, and be wae preptrrd to receite tbe new cuprite wuh bia wonted eal and dignified coapotnre of manner. Alter aosie little preliminary arrange- meat, bta nonor aanouneea mat ne waa icady to proceed in tie inreil'gtuon ol the eate of Statb ta. Joscrn Psaxtsa. Wn. Swtt- KT, AXO BoaB AmXKS. The rroceedinge werelcrrnallr cprned by tha reading of Mr. Harlcy'e aflidatit. to wbich the priaonere l aleiied ia stiff araatement, and when tbe otoal quettion wae propoended, ihey unaaimowely de- elaretl theeclrea a-not guilty of ao aich doiaV. Bat what wae their eurpiite and rontternation, when ihev beheld their late eonnrel. Si Terkina own candidate for the Irg'ilatare, itte and eate ibe cate en tbe lehall ol tbe protection Thia, may it plea.ey our honor taid oor baro, ia a rate of larceny from the hooe. which dtfJerafrooi thecaao which baa jott been eo ably derided by your honor. ?Io this cate the gnoda were taken frm ibe enrjneur of the protermor. Though ihit rircumaianee altera the gride of the offence, the prinriplee of law by wbich the cate w t be decided are pre citely the tame, and if we can etabliah the porimion before tint honorable coun. by good and auihcient tetumony, it win then devolve upon the rmoners to account for that notteition. in deitult of wbich we will be entitled ia a commitment. We ill now, may it pleaeeyour honor, intro duce leitieion? to proae In, the pot tettion by Perkins and 2d, the parti cipation of Anklea and Sweeny in the fe lony, aa prmcipala in the eeeond degtee. Your ljnor will nleate to quality Aa- lom tlarter, Lueeniua Aueuttua an Sroik, and Janathan Hearty. The witneiaea being aworn, Mr. liar ley waa fir?i examined. Frottcutor $ Itthmony. fuennere had been Hading at wiinete'e store when lines retumed from the pot office, tin derttond that prisoners had lost their rart aw r.o more of them lor aome time at erlting Mr. ilanya pair ol supen- dert when clerk informed him that pri aonere wcie in the backyard carrying off bia gnorlt Bisness ran out to atop them met them coming with tl.e cat t from the cellar priamif-rt were all in company irdered Perkina to atop prtoner re futed, and Sweeny raid be would break witness d d old pate if he touched the crt there wrre several aidee of bacon, one cotl of btle-ropei two piece of bag ging, and one iron tea-kettle in the cart at tha time, all the propeity of witnett when clerk caught the bridle of the horte. Anklet and Sweeny interfered the cart wat overturned, and witneta recovered hi property with great difficulty the trant ac.i'in occurred to day, in ibis count) witness it a free citizen of this county." i he testimony or both the other it- netees fully corroborated the alatement of the prosecutor. On the part of the de fence, the pronera adhered to their for mer tUtement, denying any knowledge of the goods alleged to bave been stolen. t.oumel for Proatcution." My it pleae hon-'MLle court, at it i grow ing late 1 will occupy your honm'a time but a lew mi'iut-s in arguing a cate winch. 1 doubi not your honor w ill agree with me. ia too plain to admit of argument, i w ill only remaik that in ibi at in the former eae, the poaeesion proven it notiatiafae- torily accounted for by the tettimony of the prisoners; which, in the absence, of positive proof, the law bold to be pre sumptive evidence of the felonious inten tion. The fact that the prisoner Perkina might hae gone down into our cellar, to recover bis horse doe not authorize the presumption that he gathered up our goods snd carried them off in his cartby utUiake; nor is the asportation in the slightest de gree porged by the subsequent surrender or abandonment of the goHs. even though the pneteation was but momentary. (See I Ilakint, e. 33: !eaCh, 2G7; Hale, 533.) However, not doubting but that your honour will at once perceive the atriking timihiiude of ibe eases, ao far aa the pntaeation it relied on, 1 will leave your honour la adopt the maxim, res ju dicata pro verilate accipitur. and pass to ihe other branch of the tettimony by which we eek lo involve the pr.onert, Anklea aad Sweeny, as principals in the second 4et' A principaj in tbe second degree, ...it.W. tecrUanr. U . tc laiJV f Hl .2 Sit 'iikbl -k! i.',.". .iinf aad aieuiei lie tuaaste4 sjaai &e wvtM . r T 'Z V. .v-T rtxtW. mt rruit w kh ft JVi doae. aed ia the proof etly .tr44 Um h ..e i-J.wj r;r-- . u tatUar lbs. be .aa t ear t.o.t b 1. tr . " m !71 "Irct, aid eomncaccd ih .MtaHMtMrt ia aa, ..ane. eo.84 buU J - Z..7;: U wbkh .reratioa he We iar..tioa f U .ffrBct. (Sea 8 of blgeaffj.taa uua. J7 'J 1 "TVaa ! W a atratao of think SU.o..K!rwe..CHlle!.-. PU.t ol .WJj; .u.rmm. Naw. n.TitrUt.t ed, think a tw eta have M, feat I fWMerJT.r,.,. - M..::. -.. .h... ibe tWa- eea- Mr- Asur-1 iut aot ire XMniw,.'-- . . BTWMr aFWSam- we - - ------ - IB ftA I .t .wa OkW tTi BF WSJ 1 1 U VI we ere aot oI r ia bate Uca retrai at tbe aWihowever. aat wi a. -u, .. k. .t....... .4.i.,i..:tAbita TMllr. Attoca answer sraa bee. aVyvetVattituef ibe rnacipal. Per-,eM bad ao rdea it wJf " Es. .. th.'rw.uHio. U tb. Ie..y. .r r Tksrt ia aa 1-J Wa. Uerefore. oai ewafideetly ek W folucf pcepeeiy ihaaMr.lU aaJ if tana tvi . . .. ..iK 7.n tvja io ttiiw.ii tew tnie lOBoara6iecoari.uit:oB.iui , . , k... it Ii m immi ine ifU bia Lecaa laate iu .Mpntoter,. .... . ..I M.m.t,,fifj,h.towBofCreeaBtr. fiSK..J w & MeVir utej if the rave. It did UX like a raibac aa teae M'"rvr-.J-.l. h-.Ine.t to coor.it both par- i fUldyrg Jmmct. ties. Bat the evidence arse eoerlaaive,' and after the law had been so ably ex poadrd. be felt ib at it waald be eiaaiag ag tiast liht aad kaawietige w gtv aay 1 .upplkcd brctr sVlita ear. e aciit the aofd v metm m uoti tiA aa saore suiiille foe aa orasiac&t t! argoa-a aaratasief kai5e. look vpoa lha panda of antu, a&4 of the iSraQt-aguiuee u baclc tod coasiiet tu potap and dUjAay, forta aad trrmUBet?' aa tutCu the duty of the a&Uicr, aa thcr oald be for tha pUie extfutio&er. If it be Bccesearr lo deatroy tie ia aey rnaa. , ncr. wt ao longer attach ta t eitfcer g!orr B . . TWaba aaa ta bVwbma f.M a. jl a a . ......,iitevnvflS. lornoow. wiu-utiary hH-l,. A KMAIXAELE rHEMkO0X. the worU! Eatb ; frooi tbe 0rtoa (Ta) BtpOJka. April t. J as a brother, hstevcT be his conn- Kxuiaviiia Salt Works. try or hia home, or ho eter poor or dc It has beea known to tha puMie furl era JeJ he mf he. lainJaal Ifo is no soma two years that set ml extrneite Jbngrr corwikrcd of Ijuc tuc. Happi. U this apparatas, ia diauibased to ettry part if the boase. .lt fiimarea ia tlie Kwawha tail regB have beea operated excIumcJy ay jaa. Tt. m tntrtrtm nit trie water irora aete to the people is more tf.cccht of aow lhaa th glory btcb ataortatcd iticlf ia a a - t - limes past vim ma went wrjiuruan do. a miction. , What patriot will aow tell tlie people rhat war ia aot aa ercurted thinr. tin iher jadf ateat ia tbe ease tbaa thateo cob- . bwii toochinj storTJ - - f furnishing all h Ui thousands and thousands of them Sdeailyaeledof-tie hoaoar-by tba , FP; . I ... aa t ..r..tMtA I ik.l ibAtJ tMBtf W !l Ills oajttl lAalbA. . . atM irfn . I " l . .nm it ia eonver ndeeilyeledofLie hoaoar.- by the - fwyear.aince.asmee.jo.i;a yoaeg 'prodigy of legal ka.wiedga wba eU.i exceBent B.puat Mtnitter ia Loaj bad eondttcied the rxo'CCutton. Accord- dan,iaa waiktngalonganaofihefr-wded oar ties iome and pronouncing bita unquestionably the ab'eai lawyer ia tbe stats. True, the saddea change of relationship which had ttkea place, had the effect to somewhat abate the trdoorjof Hi Peikiaa's friend ahip but if be loved 'Squire Jenkinstess, he feaied h m more, which, with btm, wa aa impule quite aa strong, and subjected him e&ore leaJdy 10 tbe controlling infla eace of our bero. With some little difficulty the Tickle gizzard party were enabled lo obtain bail; alter which, they puttied toe war apoa the browejuf lo lie death, aadijiea stsr ted for home, ia a glonous How of tpi lits. - Thos matters rested at the time for the siiling ol the Superior Court, when both priet began to feel a little uneasy, and both applied to 'Squire Jeakins to defend then. But our hero nngnaiiiaoutiy de clined being on either aide, sod not only re-etl,blished himself ia the good opinion of both parlies, but si tbe eamejirae sue cestfully covered bis own intrigue by eei ling on foot a nerotistion for a concilia lion which resulted in a mutual agree ment not to prosecute both ptrttea con ceding that there certainly must have been some mistake in ibe metier. From ibe day of the trials, the name of Thomae Jeuertoa Jenkins. Eta. spread far and wide throughout the coun try, " a .terror to all evil diers, and tower of strength in almosteverr law case. Business came in from all'tidea, and fat fra arded .his JiumcronauuijnnhtU Hie politics were in the minority in the county, but ay nis inoucnce mi pany oon c ained ibe ascendancy, and, rising with it, bis atpirationa after political pro motion were speedily gratt&ed by a sue ceavful competition with Mr. Nippers for seat in the Lcgttlaturo ol the State, His ulents. (did we ben ibe lea der tawiiT) "Then, tell thoo," say we but badst thou not crotsrd us, t!mu houldtt have beard bow he grew in the favour of the ladiet how the young ones sdmiied and the old ones uraied him how he fell in love with a t oor orphan girl, who bad been swindled by her guardian out ol a large evtate how be aued for and reco vered the fortune and married the young lady bat a llk it n.ade in Pmeville and how (fter the had got her propeity) every b .ii thought ahe wa hatidvuoie tnd bow the retpecuble per pie alnty knew that the had been brought up a la dy and bow hvppdy 'Squire Jeribma and her lived together and how many and what beautiful children they had " with man) other thing woithy of me mory, which now ahall die in oblivion, snd thou rmurn unexperienced to thy grave." JOHN JACOB ASTOR. John Jacob Ator ia said In be worth $25,000.1)00. It was amaaed by a life of induetry, applied to great threwdneae and intelligence. He is deecribed a not without elevernet. but generally cold tnd abetracied, with little reverence for rank or greatners. A Ruetitn nobleman, who waa minitter lo this conmry, bad rrade his ncqu;lninre, and w hen about to em- buk for home, called upon him at hit counting boure. Mr. Aetor received him very potueiy, and alter a abort convetM tion the muiiMer took bia leive, bowed out of the door by Ins hott, who imuiedi a e!y after turned round to hia clerk, doea that fellow owe u anything, Mr. G.V Mr. 8., one of hitfavoriio fur c-impjiny agent, met him one dy in tho atreett, carrying home a fih be bad bought in market. " Why do you lug that thing through lie street.' ssid S. -Can'i you get some body to carry it!" Here, do yon carry ii." "No, not I, 1 hate fish." " No yon don't, said Attor, " you are too proud. Yon and I would be verv differently situated thould weever become poor. You would not know whtttotom your hand to, whilst I would just take a bundle of mutktats and begin tbe world again. He had taken a tract of land at Green Bay for a debt of $5,000. which he had instructed bit agent at Mackinaw to tell for the stme m ney. For several years no one bid for it. During the rage of land specula ions In that country a New York peculator named B. had seen it, and ask ed the agent if it was for sale, and the price. Tbe agent, thinking ii might pro WraZSTOS? ger.trcka.tre.n,ofga,atthadepthof that there ia not a crime that it i earhdJ bare felt h-d ah. one thousand feel, that in quantity and sancuonr-uof ; a s that it doe. , At tl?.e moment he looked force far au.paaaee anr thing of the kind duce; pracucaHy tuspending the At w . t- a" A L.u A Atekaanta aat fT il wnl in a BVhKltJsrv if mnMai Uroe all the processes of tha manuCsctuie that they my fill the ditch for other men a of salt to its completion ia aa establish- good f when it eompele aa many to sell meat capable of making a hundred barrel ihernaelve, their Lberty, their rights, ma- j them the mere automata, moving at nod of another, without the semUanra freedom, and this for a few dollars a month! i'hat Christian shall aay that war is an accursed thing, when it is know a docs not not p ra the laws of heretofore discovered here, or perhaps in God, making robbery snd murder a duty t the world. Tha auger waa pre-scd up Who, let me ask, taa aay that war is with such force aa almost to overcome the not an accursed thing, whea the soul sick exertions of the workmen to bold it dowa ens as it looks apoa its horrid scenes of while they could unscrew thejletaeb- suffering and ajoral tlcgrathtionT What! ments. The war beina? cleared, she gas two nations exerting themselves to the at- i.t-1 - ---- - . i . . , . .. . . gethaa-tutionMhedescrihedlomeber hating r.tll play, sent a column ot waier mosiiuTnumanocatrucuon 5 hia expression of ihankfulness one hundred feet, (and, if tubed, would no skill, all their knowledge, by force and by daogtr. or Hia exprestMn oi luaufciuia. a. atratawm. in the n cht time and in the dav. UVUVt a tt.tr. BB Wf wwvwtvaw - -. - o 9 m . caaionallrdiKhargtng atones from the size on the oceaa and on tne land, to banish of a musket ball to that of a hen'a cjr al most with tlie force of a grape shot from a piece of ordnance. When we were there on Thursday last, all hand were engaged ia active efforts to get down a plug la check teneJw.th her to the aide path, when U.e aiessr. utcamson thou? I struck rents 4 this dear been Lilled! in tii f ee of the little girl, which had been ioncealed from hia view by her bon- net-iind imsgine, if y-o rsn, I is feelings a a . t. whenhe diaeorereu mam was ma vn daulier! I saw lutn about half an Hour after ,he occurrence, and I shall never lor- to aninfinite gracious Being who thusde livertd Ins beloved child from death.' Eiccao Micxznc Ctacna. Which nevct run do n, and never require iad- g, lave been invented by a Mr. Brsta. writer in the Polvteehnie Review aays he aet up a clock ia my drawing room, ihe pendulum of which ia In the ball, and both the hstnmrnts ia a voltaic circuit--aa follows: On tha N E side ol my house two zinc plates, earh a foot square, are aunk in a hole, and suspended to a wire. Thi ia pase.l through the house, to tba pendulum first, and then the clock. On ihe 8 K side of the house, at a distance of about forty yards, a hole was due four feet deep, and two sack of com- mon coke buried in it: among the coke an other wire wae secured, and paased in at the drawing-room window, and joined to the former wire at tt e clock. The ball of the pendulum weighs nine pounds, but i waa moved energetically, and naa.ever incm oniinued to do owith the seW" same energy. I he linte is to pcriecunn, and the cost of the motive power wss on ly 7s. Od. There are three litt'e wheels in the clock, and neither weights nor springe, so there is nothing to be wound tip. To another friend in Batteraea, he has given three clocks, two small ones and one a hall clock, all moved bv one cur rent, and regulated by one and the same pendulum. This is all he ha completed in England, having jn-t reached Edinburg. where he ia lo establish a manufactory of these clocks, which for accuracy, cheap nets, and utility, will, I believe, surpass every time piece hitherto contrived." happiness frcm the earth, and to fill it with crime and misery! and is not this an ac cursed thing? JIdcotatt of fact. A Wirt Netkbthkless. An exanii- the force of the gaa so as to enable them to nation, resulting ia tha committal of the insert the tube. They have, we learn, par- individual, waa recently held bcfoie Wei- tially succeeded, and, in a few days, both lington Kent, Esq., of Pawtucket, of Ed- . ' . .. i. j i in.:. -i. i :.. r.r the gal ana Water WIU DO lurueu loagwoui wni , uiwriuc, niarjru win wniung a account. Serious apprehensions were ve-1 couple in marriage, knowing that he waa ry juady entertained of the destruction of I not entitled lo oOiciateV It appears that the futnwes in the immctliat1) neighbor-1 one Ormerod had persuaded an Irish girl hood, as well aa of the residence of Mr. W.I to marry bim, and engaged thiteiide to Tompkins, ehould tliia immense body of represent himself as a clergyman and pei- gas take ore, wmcn II isiUOCgniraigDioc- turm uic rvrrauuiiy, Aiicr uvmg wiui uiv cur from a eteamboet passing on the river, girl I few days, he told her of the trick, so extensively was it diffused in the atmoa- and heartletr-ly bade her return to her own . . aa. . a a aa l ail phere. A strong guard is kept up meni country ana people, n micstue was neia and day, to prevent such a catastrophe, to had for tlie offence ia tlie sum of On Saturday, the third well from tlie one 12000. - . .. .. t)4t a .a tr a a . we are speaking of took nre, ana, wiui i urmrroo, nowever, cannot exonerate himself from the responsibility of eontinu rtyitwgtrtas tits airerTTbe marriage, though an opinion generally prevails to the contrary, and the Taw of England favors that opinion, is valid, for by the Revised Statutes of Massachusetts, Ch. 75, s. 24, it is provided that notwithstanding such inrguUrity, no marriage shall be adjudged void which has been "consummated, with a full belief on the part of the persons so married, or either of them, that they have been law fully joined together." So the BE KIND. None of ua know the good a kind deed accomplices. A word smoothly put in when the heart is sick, a little help bestowed when want prettet near by, goes far far beyond whatihote tuppote who are able to tpetk this word, or give this help. An inttanee, illustrating this ha just come to our know ledge. A young man, intelligent and Well educated, came to our city to find employment. lie aought for H vain. Whi-n hit metns were gone, and elay halftirk with fever brought on by anxiety, a friend bade him be of good cheer, and through their joint enortt obtained for him a servant's place at a boarding Imute. lie worked like a brave man, and won the confidence of hs emptojer, though be re ceived only bis board, and(a few dollars a month. Thai friend watched him, and finding him faithful, mentioned the faet lo a mer cantile gentleman, who aaid at once " bring tbe young man to me. 1 his wss done, and soon he wse more profitably employ ed. He was now head clerk. And did he forget his early friend! In the quiet est way postible without the alt-litest profession or pretension he sought out, at soon aa be was able, the choiceat and moti tubtttntial present, snd sentil lo bim ss a token f f remembered kmdnesr-1 When the present wss received, our fnend knew not from whence it came. lis did not once dieam of the poor, home- le vouth, to whom he bad ahwn a the most active exertions waa not extu ginsnea tin couitacrauic carnage was done 10 me works. That our readers may have some idea of the extent of nature's laboratory or gas manufactory on the Kanawha, we will say that gas enough issues from this single well to light all the citica in the United States, and we think we might safely throw in IOndon, Paris, St. Petersburg, and a half dozen other big citiea of Europe. Some entertain fears that both the gas and the salt water will shortly fail; but we I biter was bit, and he richly deserved it. incline to tne opinion mat tne upper stra tum, the outskirts, the suburbs only of tlie treasures of salt and gas, as well as many a subterranean wonder, are just now bring reached. No matter whose dominions down there may be encroached upon, whe ther those of I'luto or x.olus, our enter prising silt manufacturers are as determin ed to explore them, annex them, and revel in their pal ices, as the Annexationists are by and by to revel in the halls of the Mon- tczumas. EMIGRATION FROM El'ROfE TO AMERICA. The late arrivals from Liverpool have brought to the Eastern seaports larjrc num bers of immigrants, and many of them will prove useful citizens to their adopted country. One ship arrived at Boston w eek before last with seventy families, who were sent out, bound for Wisconsin, by a socie ty in England, which has been formed in this way: Every man having a family and paying to the society one shilling a week is enti'Jed to membership. An agent re sides in Wisconsin, who receives from time to time the funds, and as often as Ihey amount lo 9100 he buys eighty acres of Innd, builds thereon a log house, and fences live acres, which arc planted A Falmxo Eariai. The travelling editor tl tl.e Stvannah Republican, ia a recent letter discripute of a trip to Jeru sstero, say that ibe country was in a pioil unsettled state. M So much so, that the impresthm of every Europran in Syria and Palestine it, that ihev are standing on a volcano, that may burat at any mo men'; thai the whole tegiun, in thott, ia on the eve of some great political, and prob-bly riligioitt revolution. Tbit opin ion is a urivrrtal one, and the slighted obtertationiafulTieiani to confirm it. Tl.e Tuikiah power it to much on ihe decline, thaibodus of troops csn hanJU be march ed through the more trarquil pari i f the country, wlide, by ihe Bedoutis. and ma ny of ibe powerful Sbieks. '.heir authori ty is atteily contemned. Even beiwem Jerusalem 'and Jff4. a noted chief called Aboo Gooth. apires to the miiiur juru diction of a large tract of country, and some of his emissaries bad boldly murder ed, int renge fr a private affront, the governors of Ramlah, and ol annihes to n. Tbia chief is cnunicnancr d by the French, while the English sie every where strengthening their influence.' This corresponds with other aereun'S, til of whirh go to show that the days ol the agent to prepare the houses and lands. When the families arrive, each finds his house and eighty acres in readiness for his reception. The aeent furnishes him in addition with $50 for the purchase of stock, tools, dec, for all of which the so ciety recevc a yearly rent of a)25 for ten years, at the end of which time the tenant little kindness snd it waa not unul after' is cnwlcd to the fee of the land, with all repeated inquiries that he discovered who! Ihe improvements, stock, dec., making him had sent il. . I have learned a leson," j aelf and family independent for life. This when be found out the giver, said he, ' "iety have made their arrangements with "snd thttis, alwaye lo be mare kind, ' Harndcn & (Jo., to take the immigrants in I he society are sending out families to Ottoman ttmni, r Mm.hered. A h? take possession as tlie funds enable the; tie lonier, and ths fabric will loilri to it fall. if 1 can be, under similar circumstances hereafter." If it were thus with all of us, hew much of human misery should were 1 eve, and what a sum could we add to'the amoont of positive individual happiness. Iiarn to be kind I J he lubu ol kind ness will do whsl no other habit will do. It will bring sweet pesce to the mind, and increase, as it is virtuously practiced, the oaly permanent wealth earth may crave, or heaven sdmii the wealth of the heart, i tin. Qaz. iOoodFobtcne. Mr. Delavatt.ihepro- Rrietor of the Dclavan House, Albany, as ma4e a successful hit in boring for ! Europe and land them at their own doors : in Wisconsin whirh protecis them from all delay and imposition, and relieves them from all care and trouble about Custom j house atrangemcnts. These are merely the pioneers of those who have made ar rangements to come hereafter. e J or f. om. rfJc. HOW WAR IS NOW REGARDED. No one now justifies war in itself. By common consent it is denounced as an ac cursed thing worse than the pestilence whkk walkctli in darkness worse than the destruction which wasteth at noonday. the martial array no longer appears as a From Societt IstaSns. Accounts from Tahiti to the 20th of December repre sent that the islands still icmaincd in pos session of the French authorities. Gene ral Millerthe Britwh Consul Gcncrnh had arrived scvrral weeks previoudy. The arrival of a French frigate from Valparaiso was daily expected, with despatches from the French Government. .Although 1C accounts or the arrangement between the British and French Governments had reached Tahiti, it was not the gcncrnl be lief that the French intended to restore Queen Poinare to her rightful authority, g A ooon OKn. Tbe tier we comm'Stion rrs of Wn ilor county. Vermont. Irene ed three merchant in Springfield, to veil liquor, w hereupon the ladies held a meet ing and tent a com mutes to invite theto gentlemen to give up tha tiaiTie. They offered to do so on condition that the l dies would pledge themselves not to pa tronize pedlar. This offer was agteed to inatanier, when the licenses were de livered up, ini burned in presence ol tha meeting.