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I, that paradise and purgatory should
be almost contiguous? But thus it is in all the affairs of earthrapture and wretchedness are neighbors ; the presence of the first proves the vicinity of the latter. Meanwhile, as we drew near to the Cove, the atmosphere ceased to be an invisible fluid and became a dene mass of animated life. Every breath was suffocation. Every time I attempted to make a protes- . i i ...j UiUOtl Ol UIJ KMC, uiiu upeiieu my lUOUlll Uir that purpose, tilU aCCUlS-l At IimiuiIi. then, after an inruhalion of n.n.e id creatures thronged into my throat j two momim. an article imeiided ua a i.j inl.-r t. and choked my utterance. Every M'.Kjn'rriiy mOii. Oavi j,amphlrt, baa sigh intended to relieve my ovcr;n"J' uppiaiouce in the Snnsumo Jjun.nl. charged boSOin, Opened a passage ; Strange as ilroay seen: to some, that the Journal, for tliein into HIV Very lungS. They f,r " a ailenrc, should only at this l ite day usurped all my faculties of sensation. ,",vf uViermi.ied w attempt a r.ew .i Mr. Hy- I Saw HlUSquitoes, I felt mUSquitoeS,'0,l',i l't' we c.Mif. ssils article has not taken ns I tasted musquitoes, I licnrd musqui- j I.'-v ""I'"- w' " iniunminn a-me d-y's toes, and I smelt innsnoitoes ; and ,,,M -""!l'n "" kind w. i,, the raul if I had possessed the sixth sense ,lr""' ""' "'' " ""' that Mesmerize! s speak of, that too ' l"" "rv,',l u'' r"r ,,,e ri---- n,i,i. , .,, would turn, hern mmmnnli.l l,vl"at MM,r "l'' ''" 'u,',,,r t ll.t. I felt the truth of Ban- ... . - - lllllll UlLUl.3 , voliars observation : "One f.re puts out another's Imriiimr, One p itu t levelled by Btiother'a a'n!.ll''h.' for just in proportion r.s my llesh bo- rrr i i liiim fio if ifi i-tit fli. : ,, . . venuiu oi vtte iiiusquiioes, my nn- j l"u"Tl", "eg .n to grow more and more moderate. . My lovely companion was cither favored and spared by the musqui- f 11 toes oil lite score 01 OHl acnuain- ' nil! and no one el.e in ll.'mnia could he aci i.ainl i i r. '.!.'.. 1 imicc, or Mte was SO lla'.iliuaietl 10 their assaults that they Seemed to give her Very little Concern. I Ins apparent invulnerability caused Ilie ; bas tine IIip rippearoneo of Mr, Jyatra reply, SOine Uneasiness, for t had llUlch written in one rjentlemnn in litis resinn that we reason to fear that if t!)0 milSquitOCS ",nw t '"! we have reaonl.i believe to others, failed to make any impression up-'"i"ri"i: ( informaii.-n nf a nature to hmv on her, I migllt be equally UnSIlC-! ,,ml wa" l'r'pri"S ornelhinc in reply to Mr. CCSsful. The event Will show ! ''.vn. ""I noihinn baa appeared claewhere. whether this apprehension was well; anJ lhc f,il'; '" Jun.i ia evidently nm founded or Otherwise. i ,''8 l'r'"lucli"ri "f lb editor of that paper, Ihe in- But to declare what follows !f'rrnfe i'riliM', thai ihia ia what hehu. whnt idea will the ladies form of my ibcP" (,r' l""i"B- galhntry ? Will thev not repeat to 1 , A"'' "'""'M " "", l'r',,ll,r,i"" ( G" inv shame and confusion how other! ,,"n",f' "h" "l-nf "',i"ion ,m,(l lovers have passed through f.re and ,,."l'le ,'"!'l,r "f "u,llor ' Kv, r-V one water for the sake of their sweet-! U"'""S "r"""" '"'n "mtmW" "'6 hearts ? Well ; I might have swam I ""7 "v',"' W'"C" j1 T ! ,h'" n . ' ,? , . waa digiiificd, cmnpared with lhi ante in l ie across two or tliree Ilellesnonts and i ! , .... .,,.. , , , . i i i i ... I Journal. 1 he terms '.mulsh,' 'knani. h,' Joe. endured a brisk shower of hoiling .,nnkv . . ..,,,. . r .1 i e ., . . T ,nn"KCJ' " 'roiindrel, fee, nre used with tallow for tncsake of the hearfooted 6A.nVrt vu.firifU . ml llie (:,. muilrllv eastern shore angel who led me into em,1F ,,!,., if (n n elrph,,,.. and Mr. Kv.n irij hji nielli,.-, ui iuriiirtis, uttl not even for Iter sake could I endure the horrors and agonies of Musqui lo Cove. Let mo heroically confess my deleat; my discomfiture and (yes, tile trulll must OUt,) my re- tl'eut ! We had reached tllC CgC tif the ' Cove und entered a jiuth which led alonfr the banks thereof to the door of the cottage. My respiration had . been obstructed almost suspended ! for about fifteen minutest, and inv ! , ' . j i whole nnunal economy so far inter- "'""" '"VB tciied this controversy be rnpted, that I felt on the point of ,w"" a"- -Vr' 1!Jr"n 1-""',r lll,,lt'' swooning away. Every fibre in my I ""Iv """,lmal ,!i''u,c ll"na body seemed to be the' seat of nn-1 :?,e."'" ,!,.,r' l,,v"'"'-v 10 i M.. guish intolerable. I felt that I could stand it ncr-oncr, und, just at the moment that rue countless in sect army which hovered over the water put itself into motion, evident ly with the design to make n gener nl onslaught on the invader of its domain, I yielded to the necessities of the case and lied. For several minutes I thought of nothing but making my escape ; but, having reached un eminence, and finding that the enemy, except a few scouting parties, had given over the pursuit, 1 turned to give a farewell glance at the divine creature whom I had so basely abandoned, I doubt ed not that I should behold her like on image of despair or Queen Di do, straining her cvc-balls in nn agonizing effort to hold her fugitive lover insiglit. She was standing thcro indeed, nnd looking after me, but not in au attitude of despuir nor with a gesture of wretchedness. No, compassionate reader, she was laughing to the peril of her very ribs. I turned away indignantly nnd made good speed back to the village where I purchased of an apothecary a box of soothing oint ment for my musquito-gallcd skin, and the remembrance of the suffer ings I had endured that (lay was equally mcdicinable to my love-fretted bosom. Since that time, I have been love-stricken and miisquito brtten on various occasions, but I have had prudence enough to avoid the combination of those two mise ries, satisfied by melancholy expe rience that no human fortitude or philosophy can w ithstand their co operative assaults. Very True Our Mechanics. .They rs the palace builders of lliu world ; nm a nick is hewn, not n stone, is sliapencd, in all the lotdly dwellings of the rich, ihnt does not owe its fitness und beauty lo llie mechanic's skill ; the lowering pircs that raise I'nt'ir giddy heights among ihe clouds, depend upon the mechanic's art and strength, for their symmetry, beauty and proportions ; there is no article ol cum fori or of ilr)nsure, hut what hears llie impress of ibeir handiwork. Mow cxal led is their culling how sublime is their vocation! Whodurca lo sneer at surh a fraternity of honorable men who ihires locust odium upon such a patriotic; rueef Their path is one nf .true glory, and it is their own fault if it does nm lend ihcin lo lha highest post of honor and renown. The Michigan Stnto Hunk wo under stand has been for somo days in' opera lion under its new auspices, quietly pur suing the even tenor of its way. We tiae not as yet seen any of its hills in circulation, but presume they will live-anl-bye mako their appearance n ilia liie courie of busine,. Jkt, Jldc. vyavsi "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." TH E FliE E TJiADEli. Ottawa, 1 1 1.. Fi IHi.) I'm In :ri, 143. A r,or l. Mr. I.rllrr n.etiS. la hitlitlllfv him mtitllf ..r u-liil la li.nr dreamed of commiltiti;. H is little dish of milk Bin) water was prepared immediately on the aj lirariir.iv of Mr. Hyjii's K-UiT. anil his Inni; si nee been fri;oltrii. Fr.mi a variety nl cireinnstanies, e nre per-uinled lhal the tiilicle in i;iuiioii is produclti.il of no leas nun tliuu h int! John Davis hi 1,'. The fail that it n in-ura ali.-r so ,.,,. a U1.e f ,;,,., om, iu ,.,. r,m. ; of lh, f,noil, ..,,,,,,, f 1 0I1 ,,,, if,icB .:!u,i, ; .. v.-r. i ii.i .Hiieato 1 cin uir.R:ii,-e with hi, i, the edicr ..f the Jour. ) eil, tih .r.l r.r-mn preauinplive evidrnce ot ll.i. j but what is -till stronger, and must be regarded nenrly concluaive, i the fact thai Gov. Ilavia . to a ve rd.i ant y.'Ur g man at a curav .n who seeks tn attract Ihe notice i. f the crowd by cl mhing on l ie elephant's back. He al.o ridicules .Mr. R. n account of lua nnlii jy.calla him "Mr. Mickey j Free," .Vc, a, ihouoi, it , matter or ridicule l bate been burn in In land. I Were Ihe came I i abuse. Slid low blackeuard. lfl any case excusable, it wonl I te no dilVi- I cult matter lo r. turt on a chsrailer us vulvcralde as thai of Imnitl John Davis, liul we leave the l'"'l'l".v,llt,it fr those whose taste run in lhal u '"'"""hall havctod.iwith.i.ccupieshui en "f ,i"v'"1'"' ""' icti. w. i i. i . , ., 1811. occasioned the failure of the bondholders In carry nut the arrangement agreed upon in I S-13, to resume Ihe work on our canal, (iu. Davis asierted in Ilia pamphlet, and now rc-asserta, lhal he did not cause llhat failure, and that the true reason of it was that the '400,000 reipiired by Ihe arrangement had not all been subscribed, and he quotea from a teller nf Daring, Hrothera ts. Co., " hoeeriify lhal he did nnt cause the failure Mr. Ryan assert lhal he iliif cause the failure, by nidi liing all the parlies, in thefirst pb.ee, to wail from February until May, until he ().) could go nul to Europe, and Ihen bv persuading the bondhol der to wail umil after the presidential election, and l.e proves that the $ 10 1,000 had bccn'auli-a.-rilied. This ia the whole, controversy in a nut shell. It is well known that all the condition upon which the bondholders agreed tn ndvance 9 100. HOO lo cur state in the spring of 1844, were complied w ith ; nnd yet il waa tint advanced Mr. Kvan allows satisfactorily why it was in.l ad vanced, und (iov. Davis does not account for it. All the bard words, low inueniloes, and lidicule, and pomposity nf the great end immaculate. John Davis cannot put a dillerent face on this con troversy, and if he thinks he can with a brush of his filthy pen, kill olT Mr. Kyan, nnd thus cs cape Ihe odium nf his position, we have no hesi tauey in saying he will find himself prodigiously mistaken. There ia a considerable of a war carried on by the Chicago Advocate, Chicago Journal, d'em, aud Ottawa Coiialilulioiiiiiiat nn the one side' and the Ottawa Kree Trader nn Ihe other. Judg ing from the fluttering of the first named piirttea, the slinta of the Trader tell upon them with Ire nendoua elTect. Krom our knowledge if those coniuclcil with the Krce Trader, w aiccnnlidriit they are capable of competing with the whole pnase of them ; because we b.dirt e lin y have the right aide nf ihe question, .should the time come when ihey need heip acainsl their opponents, they will find Ihe Porcupine ready fur Ihe con test. J'url l'urciipiiie. Just like our most excellent Cousin Barney, ft always waa his disposition lo fight for a friend sooner than for liiinaelf. We are loo sensible of the importance of Ihe aid he could render us in our wars, not tn bo heartily ohlir-ed to him for his very kind purposes in our belmlf, and assure him in return, that, if the occasion ever oilers, we will not fail In reciprocate. Hut ,rta he nut esti. malcd too lirhtly the force that is prrayed auainrt na 1 Has he marked the terrible komlr-idcs that arc poured in upnn ua by Ihe Can? Wo have no fears of the Journal, or Advocate, or even four or five more ol their caliber i but save us from llie astute mathematician of ihe tiem ! If our tnoal excellent cousin could, by an occasional s.inb, keep Aim at bay, we could hope for nn easy vie lory, but otherwise v.e fear we shall ho obliged in surrender at discretion. A .Neve York paper contradicts a statement we madfl sis week aifo, that situ cures had been quartered nn Ihe rnnal fund, by the present trus tee, at the rate nf f'i 400 a year, by sHirming lhal nn office haa been created on tits canal with a sulaty nf that amount, W' had reference in nur statement to the two agents that have been ap pointed Willi a salary of ft, WO each, to lease the canal lands. Their oflice.Nt ia true, has proved any thing but a aintcure, for after the moat alrer. nuou xar.iun for two or three months, ihey have lint yel succeeded in leasing lands enough lo pay their sslniies, nur are thev at all likely to succeed. It appvund lo ua. and it dues so t that llie office "err cirved nul for (lie bfiirlit of a nephew or Into of Mr. J.eavut, and thai the few j necessary duties attached to il more lt'r"l',l,t j ly uelnnqi'd on the engineers, who hate bet-crop- portunitieathan these egtuts, anil plenty ol lime ' lo attend j iheni. The Fox A'fT AJtx-fiitt . th nil of a paper ju-t atarted at tt. Charlea, K.ii.e e.i.. III., I.v . I. I Thomaa and -s. Ii. 1. ilowanl. It l wlii in po- j liliea, and nprna i:a tlmt i;un . ii Col. enlworlh, 1 ; who take il in a leader of a !'!. m.ii and a hull'. ' i Krom w lull w mi B ii'ier In- a h.iiv perual i j ; . .. ...nr "' ' ,,lr "" iniewimi or a preacher, an iitiohiioi, lerturrr, snj a doi t.. r;" ' u liieh is nr.init...if..l l ... ........ ' ,'l... j. .. . Col. will d,uhtl.ss Irarn. hoin .Ne ca.t.tion !,e seta. 11 .1 ,.., lo sl.nder a .nun by call,,,; hi.a a .u (., .u F..U iril'U, 111' prrachcr, w hen he occupies llie much more j ailed position of e.hlnr of a ariirr.l u whia paper. We may say in lhieiiii.vii.ii, that S Charles ia one of Ihe n.osl Ivautil'iil und flourishing villa . s in the state, aud Katie a rich ami thriving county; hut it is strongly democratic, and, we should think, not ciactlv the li'st place for print. " w," I I' MMiU so Itiga a leiuper aa ll.e one before i:s. This ia the title of a new paper just atarted ,'"'''' '" ''!' '" favur of g Mil goiern Galeim. in this slnte. bv II. A. A W. II. 'J', ' '"n'-'" ' ' ''"htva and aucceaaful ad- ... " 1 c... : ;.t I , . M l. II I. isnnntei week V ah. senil.weeL'v. and is the lin.nl,,. met ai d as large a paper as any piinled in lli.uuis. In politics il is what its name imports, democratic, and he cditori.ii. are written in a temper, and will, nil ah. lay, la indi cate that il will be am. 1, 4 t'.e n.oi-l influential find i llicient of our ileiimcrniic journal, (ialena ones il to herself to giie llie Jt iTcrsonmi a pa per so creditable, lo the place a liberal support. I'ficc weekly, f2 ; aeiui-wetkly, f-l. Chicago, wlinre I In it! vein r. nn Hatch. '.'51 l.nke St., 1). advertisement will l-e found on theoi postte imne, keepa llie lui;est hard urc estahlishruenliii lhal citv, 'J'hu more business n rnaii does t tie cl-fai" er he can ollord lo sell, is a lru,!i ihnt all buyers t..l, to "lav nn," in. I muke llie toat .. lie i fin I it llieir aduintage to bear iu mini, and onel!,''ii drawn three limes around ll.e room, bhn 1- Ihat nr.in-ly recomm.nds Mr. 7slcb's estaU. i r,'IJ-'' "''"I.1'". 'l'' UP I the chair of ll.e ".Noble l.iaud. w hen the cap Is li'"h,m"1, I removed fiom bis eves. The Noble (irand sas t '..I 1' ri 'I'...!,. : ll-.- . '.. ... ... i i, 'i is .-in to .in: ,-n.ie in :sier w ill, his hie. is nlioi.t banks. Hois opposed ton! nalionsl hank, ai d lo sinle biu'.s connected wiih .1, .i.i. . I,.., :.. l -1... .. i i :.. i . ilir ,,nr , HUI . HUM lll.. ll.i. IT'I l Jlll IM well regulated we dill'T. specie pax ii. h eal banks. Wrll, A l.ible AhII-Vhtcit (nieihisni. The article mi the first pinjc of lo.iluy's apcr, with the above caption, deserves an attentive pe rusal. Il lakes Ihe correct ground on the subject nf slavery, and ll.e duty of the north in reference lo it, and presents "Idbertyisni'' in its true light. That political abolitionism has retarded emanci pation more in this country thnnany othercause ia becoming a general conviction, nnd will pre-1 ,. - .-v... venl such a. are sin-irelv desirous f beef,l,ina '. """""'"y ueV1' ''.ir a "Pe' ihesl.ite.an.niavenoBm!.iti..u.r..jecisiiiview.!li'l,olls' cIieaP' a,ul J'leasaru journey. j from enroll-nj nn !cr its I inner. The creald.in- gcr of our cotintrv i in one-ideaism. A our people are d, tided into two greal political parties, ihe one will always lie a sulikicril check upon the nther. and insure an honest administra tion of the II iverninent. l'ut let the country be cut up into n doxen of one-idea factions ii:.- t ve ry presidential flection, nnd every gnat measure ill cnnnrcs, will be decided bv bi'Euins between ' corrupt faction leaders, .Anain-l uch a state of things, In vvliici political abolitionism dir. ct'y lends, we li"l I it lo be Ihe duty of every yuod man that lure his cotiniry lo set his face. Emigrnntt come in in s stronger tide the pre sent season tlian at any lime for seven years. The fertile prairies of Illinois arc filling up ra pidly with an induslrioua and iiitelliscnt popu lation from the eastern and middle stales. From 20 lo 30 wagons pass our place every day. Oc casionally we seo an Oregon party in ihe tide, and a week i;ni train of CO wagons passed on their long way to California. "I want to go where there nre Indians," said a lady lo us in an Oregon parly, who looked very auspicious of be ing a half.blc od ; "I lived among ihem 10 years in New York , ar.d never saw nne ihnt was disho nest; I have lived among the whites longer than that, and have yet lo sec the one that is nut dis honest," 1'hllMliaflvlu. (jot. Ford, "by r. ipiest nf the synod of the Prcil'vtcrimi church," has issued a proclamation appointing ul d selling apart the laat Thursday in the month of next Novemlicr, lo be observed by Ihe good people nf IHinoia aa a day uf thanks giving and prai-40 In Almighty did for ihe infi nitely various nnd rich inniiil. slations of his goodness ililtin? the present year. Thecensusjusl .alien show, the population of j Ottawa lo hr 1 184. This is an increase of about 2.10 since 1S-I'I. Hut Ihen we had a large tran sient population, which wo hato Imt at present. In pnrmaner t resident our increase lis been little abort of SO percent. And Ihe greater pari of this increase 'has taken place wilhin Ihe last six month. From 1810 to the end nf 1641 Ot tawa remained nearly sl.iliui.ary. liul it haa ta ken a new an rt, and before another census is ta ken, we misci leute gvcnlly if il due not mure than double it population. tShcrifl llacl;titlv, Hancock county, has been indicted .ror murder, and hits taken a change nf ten tin to J'coria souuly, A special term of the court will bo held by Judge CVrox, nn the first Monday in Deceint.er next, to try him on lliu indictment. The Chicago Journal has mil yet found the law that auihorizc the canal trusters in tote themselves over $1825 a venr. Will (.'rn. Fry lake his l'U.i00, when there is unlaw authorizing such a salary t A brute named Kline, a (ierman, living six mile from this place toward Vcrmilionville, who should long ago have been jugged for ill-treating his wife, ten day ago heat her so that three daya after il ahe died, A post mortem examination waa made, and a coroner'a inquest held nver llie body, and Ihe verdict of the jury waa, that she came to her death from iho ill-lreiilnictit of her husband. The man had gone to Chicago when hia wife died, but bus returned, and wa presume llie proper authorities are attending to hi case. We find the following paragraph In the Phila delphia correspondence of the llarrishurg (la) Heportcr. I he "Justice Burnside" it mentions is Ihe ugliest man we ever saw t Passing along Chesnnl alreet laat week, I saw a tremendous crowd surrounding the court house. What does it menu I quoth I, J he answer was brief and (o the point. A respectable and weal thy eitixen, down town, had died a week ago, leaving his properly, On the absence of Immediate heirs) lo the next ugliest tiiari bearing hi liitiic. THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Hia name was a singular nnr, anil hard lo re member, Ix-iriii of two syllitilt-, ell ihua 4-o-h-n S-ni-i-l-h. Tha immense crowd ware all liaint-J John sSmilh. Vou never aw such a col- lemon autre inc no.s. ii ijouru use viui.-i . , i . . ah.i.k'a sallerv Inktog the air. .N.ti.Mni.btaa. I " t"e"1 Lrlu,n-' rnwJ 'nginS iKhl Ja. tiful. eoni.red lo Una crowd. I have not yel I ll'' l"' from Kuioue. the run a very liur heard the dri'iaion of the ilon. Court, hoi rumor j roar risk of heing lu.t. After ahe had hfi'ii out alatra that ,t ha. .driven Ju.l.-e K.-. nearly .r-iy in dixi.le "which i the usheai John ."mmid ' Ii . auU,..H.rd thai it. fa- will he referred lo the Hon. Juat.ce Uu.n.tde. . Kleeiiana. Vrid- VVarmi. 1 he majority f..r Puma, the (hM.orruttc canduljle lor ranal coinmi.ainiu-r. la .,, ,;.t .,, ...in 1,- ,..,. il. 11 senator, elected, 6 are democrats and 5 bigs, whirh. u-it )i ttie senators tliRt hold over. t ill eve -d ,he ,,,,,,,,, , m;ljrily f in ,!,,, Lo.lv. In ,,u,, , ielnru)lw lni,j. . ji ,e Soul UO. Ohio has g t,e a.-ai:i fur the whigs. Their! The moat important news she brings is eon maj.iriiy in the senate is (i, aud in the bouse corning tl. .iu lial l.iilur.? of tl.f r.'t.s ii. luroi'f. IS or 20. I I j, i jiinialed II. at ihe wheat crop in Oreut llri- lu f.Vorcm Ihe whi O.nernor, Craw ford. i :aiu will be eishl million of buh. U short. There re-elected by aboul l0l) majority. Hut it is not! n (.,, am,,st , fjilurc if 1'ie potato crop claimed by the !,ig pawrs ttiere as a party tn - umpll. The whole comes', turned upon llie ad. mmi.iration of Oov (..run lord. J l.e .-avam.at, Kept, hi loan, w hiy, avs, . e hull it nut so much I as a porti victory, as a victory of the y. . w ho ..iie - The de'jioeriits will haie a majority in' 'J iu lite senate, and llie w h gs u niaiorny nf 3 or (j in the house, eivii);; tiicin a majority on j ..lit ball il. Old FJtiiwsJl.u- t.',ey mukr. 'cm. An ex change paper 1 is Ihe ca' out of the f. It ex pl iii,s what is meant by "ridine llie g 'at." Any body thai don't believe in Is account of it, had bel ter join a lodge and see f r himself: The L'ont ia made somelhiiii after the fashion j of the rnckini; horses whi.'li we n,cti.;n,s s.e in f'ro.,1 of a saddler's sin p us a sign, and sits up.-u ' a f. une to which are a: tactic I four small wheels. In the back of this j.ut is n cavity sullicieiit 1 1 Hilmil a cake of ice almost eiiht inches in diame ter, upon which lliu candidate i maile to sit is Iri.le. iu each hand is lined a w lie, and he is l ihirn, 4,wbv do vou look like an Odd i'eliotv. i - ' already ' Cvc. eve. XanZdlloil. The "notion" hitherto 1 entertained that the Illinois river ccolil ! not be navigated (Juring alow stage of , ., , e , ., ,, , water, has been completely dissipated, during the present tcason, by the unin terrupted voyages ot the Steamer Oln- 1 EM.ow, J bis boat is entirely new.1 built expressly for ll.e navigation of ihei ' Illinois l.:.s! n HID r,.M l,.n,r tet.;,.l,l' .... .I, , i , is well liirinslied, draws but 1.) inches' w hen loaded, and can run at all times, I when the river is not obstructed bv ice; , , , ii 'ml fi.lM pin rim nl ill Iiiiiob i 1 1 1 nr.". lit' niTii.itin,. Sl-Wtf I .nilili' ilia lr.r.1 I Her commander is a gentleman in the! . ' ' ' , " tc""11 ",T fullest sense of the lerm. and deserves ' ...u pau.maoC ... u.u .r..v uB r..uiic in j his new e.uerp.i.se. Chicago Mo. .1 Broker', Cjwplaint.-We happen-' i o.l In bo nrnaont vnl.-pilv t.lion ..f our most respectable brokers was utter-1 ' ing his complain, of .he miserable state! , V of things in Wall street. -Every Hung"; " f,nce of ,Ui I said he. -is prospermia, but the business rom,5ei) J wh,h ni.d . ; of Wall street l'eonle encnard in aori- , ., . i "an I copie ( ngageu in agri- trii)Ul0 , America, lie Inst retires, nts Ihe inur-! culture are (loin well in commerce ami . , , , .. . i culture are noing wen , in roinmi rce ami murlllg ihat i receded ihe revolution; ihen Ihe in manufactures they are all making n.on-; Jin of bll!,e .',.. the rp,icins .flcr viclrv . I ey; but in Wall street, since the United ; lnd ,, ,h. lamfnl of nalion Dl the lo.s'of ; States Hank went down, every thing is! w.shing.on.&c. &e. He ha hit upon the right ! so close; the exchanges are only one' Cord to awaken th. sympathies and arouse the eighth or one sixteenth per cent.; at home' enthusiasm of the American.. I heard hi. -... I and abroad they are just at par, so thai' ga,a . niGhi o. two since, and it exceed. .11 ihe there is nothing to be made by them Lower of description. Th. thundering, eternd i and money, it is a drug. I was offered! roar, the rippling of ihe waters, the rising of the ! il to-day at five per cent., but I could ! mi.t, the rustling of leave., and chirping of birds, ! make nothing hv it. There is no such ! were all imitated in a most extraordinary nun-; poor plane as Wall street. X. 1 '. Jour. vf Commerce. Jkirs. The llolidaysburg Register says that bears are unusually numerous in thai vicinity, visiting the farmer's corn fields daily. Those laken have been ver ry poor, and their appearance is probably occasioned by a scarcity of food in the mountains. They have not ventured so far from the mountains since 1838. when ihe nuts wete destroyed bv the frost. A man on his return from Iowa Ter ritory to his residence in Indianapolis, who passed this way a few days ago, slates that between Nanvoo and Carthage hf. end two enrn nnninna tvrrt ntlrtchw! bt M.V(,n ;;rimms w, wtre arllR., wil, rilles. The .Mormons compelled the: travelers to dismount, examined their; portmanteaus, took isTDO from iho narra tor and about $!()0 from his companions. They were ihen permitted lo depart. Pmria ,'lmeriean. Query. How they knew they were Mormons ? Perpetual Motion. -An ingenious Yankee is exhibiting a machine in Uulf.i. lo, which purports to be a perpetual mo tion. The IltiiTido papers speak of the machine, bul do not describe it, nnr in form what principle in mechanics is ap plied to create the motion. The Adver liser says, "if it is nol a perpetual motion, ihen our knowledge of mechanics and the power of gravitation, is sadly at fault. After thu mnsr, careful inspection nf it, we failed to' discover any reason why it should not continue in motion till the machine wore out." A correspondent writes to the Wash ington Union, from New York, Oct. 7. "A rumor has reached me, through a highly respectable- channel, that the ler ritnries of California arc about to estab lish an indepcndant republic, in which they are to be supported by England and other governments. This information came through a comnirrni.il channel, ns a political secret ; yet being under no re straint, and knowing tho importance of the intelligence, if true, unknown to our government, I lake the liberty of imparl ing it to you, that you may mako audi use of il as you may think proper." The Lead Jiusiness. The Galena Advertiser says ihat it ia estimated that two millions of dollar will bo paid out this year in the mininrr country, for the tuple product, lend. t rrcspawtlcurr ( ilae li(t liurfrr. .kw Yohk. Oct. 10, 1843, That modern Leviathan vf the deep, lha atrain- u j ,am, lUuvrrri ,.l)li0 adead, ....I, lo 1 , , , -,''i"" ''" b"K.uta. ll.e capla.n 't a aah-r. and broUt!IU a lUherman aW-rd. ho : iiii'i nirii nil iiii iwt j Mil. .1 (iiiiii n .nu :..r. i . .1 k i ..i u...i i ... ,,ev in the mevioua nichl. run ov j .amui.ir, .,us and he pointed out the break- ; ef, , ,(., ttM w,.re rolium ' dahing with wild fun. llow hia inoi.aler ahip could hae ! ru1 ovt.f ,(.te ,(,oala aud reel's without being . .. ...l : i.. . .1, nni.ru, ii a 1.111.111, "ui( uimhii, fiiu j , . u . of ,, 0I1 . vt.w V.U ; , ln.inu uni (, ,ult. ,lieIllg lave ( r the ell Until of these govern- rtatimi of brca.lstuiT. nl lilV(, takfti oil' Ihe du:v. fr Ihe present, on most kinds of provision. Ii iimv s. em ci riain that lu-e supplies of prm isioua must b.' scut Ijusti.T, and equaliiy ; iilid llial those im I'rom this country, olid, of course, the price must mortal tntllis, promulgated III the lime rise. 'I l,is ,s the lust news for our western l,.r-J of the confederation may no longer lie meis thai they could hate. The prospect is, that i disregarded, hill rt'UTi'il and followed, they n.l; receite f, 'Oil prices, and an ample re- that this country may I'eeoilie w hat it ward for their iu.lustiy, and lliey most richly dc- ' prnfi'lcs lo he one nf equal laws, serve it. Tl.cy me llie most in lustrioiis. pan. ii', j w here all incn's ti;;lits und interests aie and .'iilerpriin ; ciliens to be found in the conn, i proti l'ted. Iiy. If they sutler foin h ud un.es. they still toil , eolivrillinn under the imposillj; title on in silence; if ll.ev re.ene (-lod prices f.r their f llie "Industrial Congress" has heeil produce, and eoj y a season i f prosperity, they hnldlllg a protracted session ill this city. do not run into clratai;:,ncf a:,d idle away tUit ! time in m.ikiiii; a dipl iv. but sull toil on. It lit' s are lo ba riii-.d, the farmers are the class up on whom depend, n c is to be placed. If the country leipnres improteim lit, they sic always ready lo It, in out. It is, therefore, a ami ice of satisfaction In hear, at any lime, of the pros, eriiy ol this worthy cla-s. The news of the election in Philadelphia is most aali'faciory, Matit isrn is dead. 'I bis odi ous, worthless, villainous faction has received its deserts. Let their fate be a w arning to all pulni- eal knaves and iiitriiruin? villains on The demo cratic county ticket for assembly is elected bv I m0 majority, and ihe democratic city and coun- , -v 'i't cl.ct. J by aboul tii.0 marity. """."""';"" "'"""""' cJ cuttle at llie lair 1 1 llie American institute, and a noble sihl il was. to.ee i.f the liuest stock iu ihe l imed States was exhibited. The j decree f perfection to which the Devon and Durham breeds have been brought in this coun try is not nearly eijual to lhal of England. It is imi.ossil c lo imagine animals more beautiful, ' . 1 ljr 'l I 1.1 l III men e'ui" '""""i iii"3L ui'n I exhihiiini; at this fur. t-ume very good horses lire nl-J cxliilnteil. There were also some go. d . t- . . . , jlfCjJlf llt f ,erino, South Downs , and Cot.-1 wold, amon ihe sheep. j Tu, Irj.uinrnlf h(lv(, en tlcar:1 bl.fl)r(. ,.1C ' Chancellor for d Hissing the injunction restrain- in ,he ll0,)kil.ller, frolI) .Ilin3 M'Kenzie'.book.j , ,Ild lllt chancellor ha refused lo grant llie- mo- ( j icn- at. r....1t.-a- tfva v.ut.t;u nsa.ld K!j f, r.t ' , , now w an .vuier.raii auuieuce last evening, inn ; : created a ureal sensation. Ihe ant. ause was ..... , ., - , '' ,,''" '"ll"""ls !1 response in. llie heart ol At one instant thi. Norwegian genius .ill j imitilethui.der,,idthenlhesoundv,illdieaway I until the listener heara a. if in the distance a - ..und... light, so soft and .wect, that lie may j bv ,l,c Powers or music. lie soon bc fmcy that hc is listening to a chorus of angels. ra"' celebrated as a pianist, and was No one who ha. aught nf music in his soul, can j 8t'"1 f'K.'O p'ay before royalty. Since then listen to ihe magic sounds of thi charmer, with-; 'ie 'ia played before all tho crowned out forgetting ihat hc lives or breathe. All ex-! lernal sensations and thoughts ore shut nul, and ! the listener is borne olong by Ihe melody nf ' sounds until hc weeps, or laughs, or trembles. with fear, without being conscious of either. His soul or sympathies are surrendered up, to be tun ed and played upon aa if ihey were the mere siring of ihe violin, producing variable sound, at the will of ihe performer. The price nf flour has advanced 37 cent, to day iu cousfiiucnse of the news brought by the (irent Britain. I think lliere will he a still fur ther rise. Pork and beef remain about the same, 11000 barrels of Hour were sold this morning for .'2G. '..000 barrels of mess pork fir 13 ft?. Vuuis truly, HuonoLeii. New Yokk, Oct. 21, lo45. Tl.e Ilibernia has arri veil bringing news which confirms that brought by ll i o (irca llritain, eonieruing the crops. There seems to be no longer any ilonhi but that the crop will fall much short of a usual avertigr, and consequently large shipments must be made from this coun try. This I predicted in one of my first letters, nnd recommended nur farmers to hold on for better prices. In consequence of ihe news brought by ihe two last stea mers, flutier has risen one dollar per bar rel. It now is held al $5.02, and will probably go up lo $0.00 at least. Ship ments arc already beginning lo be made to England. In consequence of tho failure of the crop on llie Continent there will bo no supplies sent '.o England from oili er parts of Europe, they mtisi depend therefore upon this country altogether for provisions to supply their wants. Pork lias advanced a little. New mess is sel ling at $14.25 per barrel. , A most singular etato of things is shown bv tho returns nf the census which arc coining in from ihe different counties of this slate. In the counties of Allegheny, Westchester, Schenectady, Oneida, Cay uga, Ontario, Livingston. Chatauqiia, Chenango, Columbia, nnd Genesee, lliere has been nn actual decrease in the population, in the last live years. And the increase in Iho whole alato will not exceed 200,000 ainco 1840. One third ol this inereaso lins been in New York city. This shows ihnt tho agricultural disirieta nf New York are not increasing in population nor production. IVpnln- lion ia f.t. t cqiulizini' itft'lf bctwein the cast and the wvt. It ran no nioro than water be kept shove it jiroptT level in litis I'tiutitry ; ami the old aiate will soon fiml, lit. n the 'srentre lias ilearicd from Jtulali." Tliev have inaiiift'Meil an over weaning cnniidcnee in tlf ir power lo Pll,1.rn,"t , ..,.... ,,ie ....', ; control. ami pim-ril lite jonito staieg, , nn( miM j)ol ,.0nJ1.,j,1 jf ,lt.v , jj off'.mB f their dtl srores. i-rihel1," lM M'-is!,irP' ;:'"'T .reuk i ,ow'er iii ilteir own lianils, iind then . j the long neghrteil intert mm of the west I will rt'i-eive dnu altriilion, and lite bloat eil old glutton ol the i' iM w ill have to disgorge some of their ill-gotten wealth. Il is hoped that then lltrie will be oilier inlriTM, than tliose of llie liiaiiiif.ictll- rerf, lo engage llie iitteuiion of ("ongress. Instead ol passing laws to enrirh a few nulmtis in lite rust by enabling iheai to monopolize, and leaving the western lakes and rivers unprotected mid ittiiin . i i . proven, an i yearly Kiiijeeiing lite wesi- em t'lltzens to losses ol millions, It is lo he hoped that the government will be i nilinintslereil 111 llie spirit ol wisdom, 1 he president and chief "fugleman" i no other than a .Mr. Wuite ol Minims, of repudiation notoriety. The f.iet of this Hi nt's heading litis move mt'nt.is milneient eplanatioti of Us character. If this in diisiiial eonoress would he as industrious about tli ci r own husincss as tliev arc in trying to create ii.iscliisj', i,ey would soon amass fortunes. They are endea voring to awaken, among ihe poorer classes, a spirit of discontent similar to thai which has prevailed the anti-rent districts ; which has been productive of so much mischief, and whieh has now terminated o tragically. New York has been thrown into a great Mite of excitement by the appearance of two stars of the fits; magnitude, in the musical world. Mr. Tunp'.etoii, as a vocalist, has astonished, and delighted all. lie is beyond all doubt the best tenor of the day. He traveled and sung along time with M alibran, and has for many years ranked as the first singer in England. 1 1 is voice is one nf iinincr.se power and sweetness, and bv lnni stmlv anu severe Discipline, lie lias not only learned to produce all ll.e melody thai music is capable of yielding, but he has also learned to give the lullest expression and producing the wildest scnsaiiona by tl.e fft linjr and nctinp w hirh l,c displays in lis performance. I never have seen a I' I t . i vom txl"l", as n'"fi" '""B "lie a,,., ... I.,, ..., HOIS III Ills SingllllT. Il appeals at once . . . i i i . ,,Me""' 1 hc wnM ' 'ft f . ,!i;S h-T'' "1 an 'I V T, his appearance here lo astonish am dc- ..,,.,.,. , , , . ''o11' b lhc nielody of sweet sounds, is t- il t . .- i W0 J y" ' andcr,ng n,f ,lt frra"!' Jc8nd. and he,.r an ,mmen" fnc.lhe world lee")e1 o proroiae liirn in l.ia youih, a br'll,a"1 Dml aPPX 1" friune in ?nf f deprived him or both ,a',ier; anU '"''"Hanee, and left him like '" PIan. exposed to the chilling mB of w"ltfir,to struggle wiih poverty's f"wn" a"'1 '''C selliihness and deceit of an "''feeling world. Hut like a true phi- "s",er, llie lonely orphan resolved to "mia Bl """'iriune "mi llgllten l,S grtels heads of Europe, and been sent for by ihe Julian of Turkey lo delight his harem, He complied with the Sultan's wishes, UUt the la'.ter SOOI1 found lllllt the young musician was a much greater favorite with hia women, than himself, lie therefore thought proper lo furnish him wiih a large cage, sufficient lo hold him self and piano, and in lhal bp played and llie fair damsels were only allowed lo look at him through the grates. Afier visiting all the courts of Europe, be re solved to pay bis respects lo the sov reigns of this country, and made his de but Inst evening. To describe his phty ing would be an impossibility, it is so unlike w hat one has been accuM-iiiicd to bear. lie at one time pounces upon the keys as if he would laru them to pieces, the next moment his fingers are gliding along so light lhal only a fir off echo is heard, then with a rapidity nf motion than confuses the sight his fingers fly over Ihe instrument, producing the mild est, most varied and yet the most harmo nious sounds. This performer is like what a grand concert of the elements would be. The howling of the wind, the rumbling of the thunder, the ripping nf the brook, the roaring of the waves, ihe sighing of the breeze, arc all heard as it were at ihe same time. Il is need less lo ntld that the ntidienee cheered nnd encored until they worried nut this mon arch nf piano players. I.iiomu.pii. V'ie missing Packet Ship IJng aiid.tlrenx interest has been exeiied in England sinco tho departure of tho Cambria, in (.onecqticnco of a bot tle having been picked up, on lhc 10th of Seplembcr, at sea, four miles southward of Dunglass Head, by tho fishing smack Kite, Capt. Morrison, con- laining a piece of paper, on whieh was written in pencil, an intimation thai the vessel waa then in lat. 45 10, long. 08 7; ihat she had lost her quarter boais ; ihol there woa ten feet in her hold, anil no ves sel in sight. Aa the greatest possible in terest mint attach lo this ill-fated ahip, we givo a verbatim copy of thia docu ment i Just before our paper went lo prcsa Captain cropper of the packet ahip New York, called at our office lo (to the above. Cnjitain C'rupprr obsrrred a cork j in lite bottle, drew it , alrinn, ....i found it bad been previously enracled wiih a corlvsorew, ami stated, as his "Muiuu, mat mat eirciinismnre - aironff proof of its atilliriiiieiiv r., was I lain Cropper ay that lie was in rfnubl ol the noltle and ruiilenu l.ntin h... thrown from tl,e ,,arket ship Kiiglsnd. I acket ship England. From Liverpool. December ll.h, 18U, I Long. U8 7, J,at 45 10 fREvtRsE "1 fRF.VERsK.T Losi quarter boats. 10 leet water in th hold. No vessel in sight. Sweating llloodClairvoyanee.x remarkable ease of something is said l. have been exhibited, for some lime past, in the person of .Susan E. Pearson, a young woman living wjtb Mr, 1 1 tsraav Weetfall, in this lown. She has been itlllnied several limes with spasms, in whieh she suffers great pain, d on two or three occasions sweat blood profusely over Ihe stomach, and from the forehead. This sweating of blood she prophesied beforehand, and on each occasion it took ' place al the precise time predicted, in the presence of respectable persons whose testimony we are hound to believe. It is iilsn said, ilea she has fiequenily, when silling in a closed room, related accurate ly what somo members of ihe family were doing in oilier departments of tho house or premises; thai she will tell the lime of day to n minute, by a lime pieco in the other room, out of her sight; and thai she has frequently been heard read ing ihe llihle correctly nnd fluently in her dark room. She says she can lead and tell llie time of day perfectly well in the daik, as it is all plain tuber sight. Many of her sayings and doings are strange beyond the common experience of human actions. We give them as we have heard them from respectable wit nesses. ll'abwih Courier. The Indiana Stato Sentinel states in addition that the occurrence related above, or part of them happened while one of llie Editors of tho Sentinel, was on a vis it to Tcrre Haute, and he can testify that ihe Courier falls short in its relations of lite preternatural phenomena, as testified to by the witnesses. It appears that the woman predicted she should be laken sick at a certain day and hour and should sweat blood, and recover another day and hour. All of which came to pass at pre tol.l. What is not the least remarkable cir cumstance in this case is that there is ap parently no Mesmerism in it. In fact it is stated that experiments in magnetise Miss Pearson, the young Seeress, have been made in vain. Neither does she appear to have been in the sleep-walking stale, as related of the 'Seeress of Pre vort,' an account of whom was recently published by the Harper's translated from the German, While making her predic tions, as well as nl all other limes, she is apparently in her ordinary condition of mental healthftilness. A full account of Miss P. and her won derful powers, from llie pen of a gentle man cfcripetent lo llie task, is to be pub lishcdViortly. Chicago Jour. Save the Pennies- The people alonj the way, fiom Mcdford to Camden, N. J., were, a few days since, struck by a singular phenomenon in the road. For miles together, there was a regular do pnsite of cents; and as there waa no claimant, the people who 'lived by llie way, turned out lo gather up the drip pings, and a pretty 'collection' was laken up. For miles there were . receivers. The roads and nils were trodden close, and even ihe charcoal men, who invaria bly slept' on llieir coal in the progress downward, were wide awake. Il appears that a bag containing ten thousand cents had been put on the lop of a stage, and after some shaking, either thestring broke. or a hole was worn. One of ihe pennies not having any particular attachment lo the sack, popped nut, and (hen another went, and so each billowed his file lead er, until the bar; wns empty, ami ihe road well lined. Phil. U. S. (iaz. A Hard Winter. The Richmond Whig, whoso editor is an old hunter, has the following : SH i!ini;i.i Harks Opossums. In this game the whole country abounds; and we are satisfied that we are to have an unusually hard winter from the im mense amount of iho ft rw nature und the grent supplies of grapes, rhinquepms, acorns, hickory nuts and pemniuions, provided fur them by nature. Theie ia no surer rule of weather-vaticination than this. Pears. Three black bears have been1 killed in Uiiclianun township, and several have been seen in ibis vicinity. Th'y seem tn be traveling south a pretty good sign of a hard winter. Xilvs Pep. A beautiful boy baby was born on the Long Island Railroad while theirain wa going at Ihe rale of forty milca an hour. The Tribune hopes he won't be in the hal.il of going out on a train as he growa up. Albany Citizen. 0We have been more than once I . . I ... I. r. f r. n T.1 I li'mni. n ilnan aniuscu at me w n m .iinu'." -v,. street. Wliar you cum from," aa'td he to a spruce young clerk the other day. Straight from do liuinea, waa tne reply, with nn awkward attempt to talk niggeried. ''Hah, nirga, I admits yon is de right color, but yon don't talk do language I" DIED At Trnv drove, nn th 221 inst, Mre. Kcth UitiKT. wife of Oideon Uillet, aged 6T v year and 3 month. Hh wa formerly of Oran- by, llatlford county, Conn. I On Indian Creek, on Tuesday evening last, I (p. M. r'.n-rsn ennsort of 8v lvester Car-. J ler, aged 33 yesra and 8 months ; formerly from Newark, N. Y. In hef Ihe charch ho loot a I. worthy member, and her nameiou relatives a be & loved friend. . , 1 Al Peru, on the 15th Ins!., RicNaan Fasnr.a- , tea, infant son of Frederick 8, aod Louisa DJ. f 1 .