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AVDlt'Ull- -Jamrt McCrmirk,D. 1631 11. Appleman, Whig, 1390 n-rnUTII WITBUCf 8.t rviMJV, ocroJtEii st, Rernornh Tho Office- of ihc Coi.i.mbia D cmocr.it b nu hflcn Removed into ilie new Buck Building. So it i fi side of .Main street, a faw doors below AlaikeL. Mi'CirmlpkN mj irl'y 291 C.Commissio.veii- J.M.P wpr, W.16J4 W 1., Futw.D 136a Powpi V majority Motion, Native, 45 2 J. D. PALMER Etq.U autttorhtd to net a Cnli,mhi, Agent fur the 'Colcmiiu Dlmociut,' and rt ce.ot ctl monies for Subtcrhtion and AditrtU- I."Z"'n, r . ELECTION .NEWS. Top to Milt ihi. year in ihe ll'h Con grtssional Disincl is as follows not iiisr at kit Astncict in Philadelphia A'. 6!) Pine-ttreet. JS'cw Y, rk " lU Xassavitrttt. Bolton " 10 Mutc-rirut. lSuUimore S. E. cor. Halt, and Catvert-ttt. AT' cA.- ;-Mccf.nniM unu Trudcmtii may find it 'i, their advantage to advertne in thu puf.tr.oi it it the only one publUhtd ut the Couutj Scat and hat a greater circulation in (he county than any vthtr paper jiutilnnta villain tlwtnui.' AN APWKENTICE, To tho Printing liuiincaa U wanted at this Of fice. An nclivcboy 15 or tG ja of aju will re Ctivr Quod encourajjf mt-nt. ThpPrin'pr U much In want of a few hudis-i of WHEAT. CORN & BUCK v IlEA I , of those who owe him upon sot hi- 'a-. He wnilhi also like a fe.v POTATOES. by ELECTION IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, he official return it appears that trc t 3.200 rnies were polled Bt the late t ti" .'.-, Thie is 2,000 btlow a full vole of l s county, ami accounts for the small rna- in. "s given for the Democratic ticket. A ihe PrPdi ieniial election in 18-14 ths iiuin ber of votes given was 6,108, and the mini oer in 1 S-15 for Assemblyman, at a light election, was 4.605. By a careful compa rison of the votes in 1844 and in 1316 by townships, ('excluding Mahoning and Val- ! from the compulation,) we ascertain lhat Wy omiug, Lnib- Utnlpr. Wilt 1562 1191 2015 616 727 3448 4331 3HS 886 Butler's majority Tho whole vole given i Congrc s-iiori-al elections in 18-14 Arid 181(1 rp-'p'-ptivp-ly, in litis diflnci, was as follows ; ISM 12 333 1816 7,73'J This shows a greatly decreased poll in the disincl, while ti e nuinher ol voters has 'ticroised probihly S00. In Wyoming courtly Fo-oer received a m-joriiy ol 19. The Wing fled thiii cuuniy ticket by very nwll in-j iriiie. excep I Ctsoaibl) tnvn. Wyoming and Suiquthsnna elect Representatives lo gtther, and the voiti of the lalier county injures the election of two Democrats. Two Democratic representative art rlrctpd in Luzerne, and Iho whole Df- mocraiic ticke', exc-pi Proihoiioury. For PiolhonnlNiy , Culliugts, Drm. in defealcd by 93 votes. Tno Caiboudle Demott at in cpp.il- ing of the result in Luzijrna coun'y,"ay " " Our larao majoiiiirs are gent-riMy givpn in agricttl'urHl dilrici, fparn- y sit led in nearly all which I lie you ulntion of Urcat Uiitaiu. Willi delight they hilled llio petiod whrn lliry could buy of thoie who could tell the cheupest; when tho atbitrary resiiiutions of (lovernnier.l up on ihc.u ahoiild be renoved. Hut this pJii 'unlhiopic and just rnovernent of the Gov eruincnl, wns uml with fierce and prolong ed oppoaition. From the Parliament IIoucv iheie went out over the laud thu loud wail if iAon 'poly, monopoly nrusliei1 forovi r benexih the iron trend of Robert I'eel.' The rich 'and holder; the ariatorrary of the kingdom, were mil willing to sea their giint curtailed, their monopoly of the homp market destroy id; and their cries of 'ruin' at Ihe progress of Reform, uere furious and incpatinl. Truth and Humanity triiimpl ed howover, and the inletesta of iIih few were umde to aend lo the interests and r ';hu of the many. So may it bo always tie Hings gave Una year within about 400 1 polled was light, while ihe pr ocipi oi tneir lull vote in the county, and the Do- Whig msjnri'ies are fouml in larji raociats ithio about 1000, allowing only n towns In w Inch Ihe vole wa much Irs.- vtry slight incrfaaed vote. The weight of aifecled by ihe severe sioim ot the (Ihj' the H his vote in thu countv lies in the U "r county II. o vote polled was smal town.hioa Dlnn ).. rivrr and onnld hp ""1 uI1 our ljrlie d'!l"OCralic tiUlricU , , peculiatly to, in sonv C4ei the whole , , , . , . . ' . vole polled being Icps Ihan half our UfU liea scaitcred in the townships. Over one! half of ihe w5io!e Whig vote was given at Anst of our readers have heard of Elihu Orio. A lip from ihe ollice of the Ohm Slate journal slnies lint liebu the Whiy pan'hiUle for Governor is elected by only nboul 2000 majority mer Todd; nod that 1'iere is a tie iu the SeiHin :iud a Whig ma i'lrity of only tw.i in the tl..ufli This in pretty good news fie Oiiui, The Whig districted the Slate a year ago, and having dmip it lo suit ihcmai-Wrv, secure in the CoimrAsniunat Delegation 12 W'.iigi to 8 Democrats and one liulrpetiueiit, DEDICATION. The Meihodisi Epicropal Church ol Brrwick will bo dcdici'eil in ihs wor ship of Almighty Cod, on Sunday the 25'h of October. S rvicea lo commenct t II o'clock A. M. The Dddicalory Sermon will he delivered by iho Hev. I'rufi m .M'Cliot iclt, of Dirkison Col g. The R"v. Prof, Ihwly, ol Wdke-bne. J. Ar B.yl and hVUt k-y of Phil-tdelpiii i Coiiftrence, John Guyer, of Dmville, and eveial ether liMingoished CI-tiy men ate expucied lobe in aitendaoce. Trie public are re iuc fully ami afiec ionalely invileil to at i'r d, 13 rwick, Oat. 7, 1816. 2'ie Oakland Bunk, al as Fraud Thu lidbilit.ej uf tliii bank, which re- coolly failed, are estimated at 30 000, and the Provident and owner h3 bttn arieMed. Thei-e Idbiliiies are its nolef n rirculaiior, ca'lsd, in binker' slant; issues; and iltt-y are found i.i the hand of ihe fanners who look ilium for wheal ind o'her produce of 'iho eweal of Iht IdCt and ol poor mrchaiiici and labor ing women; lo whom their employer would pay uoihinp, rpcci.lly if liny donbipd ihe solvency of ihe dank 'lhi- salt s.fcon to ihe fai mers. Hoi of whatiHe aiv such lions If people who never fin ft' by ihem, and Ihc polls in the forms of Danville, Catta- Burritt the learned Ulacksmiih. who is now wirsn, Hlonrnaburg am Berwick ! travelling through England examining into The only apreci.ble defection among tlto condition of the laboring lasses, iS: mak Dcmacruts from the ticket, was in Maho ing himself familiar v.ith the domeaito lift nin, 2 and Valley, where thete existed great and wants of the Poor. Burritt is a native diesnittfaciion with the county nominations of New England, Worchesier, Massacliu from the fuel that nil the candidates for offi aetu wo think, and his sketchings of wha ces of importance were removal men. The he sees abroad, rousiitute b lund of reliable f t L' 1 1 1 1 cr in this rnnnlv iiniin ihn Inral niip. mfurmniinn. Ma pne:ilj frnin nrlu.il tion could not be expected to subside irn- knowledge, end has no mulivo to apeal,rvho w uld not h iieU!' tl ',c ' I " I . r i).. .t ii 'Pi i. i mediately, but the tickel generally recoived otherwise than trulv ii imortially. Whet ' u LJ """" boui 50 votes more than wo expected in the -Star of iho North' was published hi Michrgin cr-aiid lor ih"mtelv. d th Mahonirjg, and Liberty did nublv under Horwick, in readers will reccolleet that sev-1 pl-Ke of 'wild ct bankj,' iiumeroiii Ihe circumstaitcea. ersl comrnunicaiions of Mr. Uurriti appear- "i dtstt uelive as the pliue of frog On the whole wo nre s.it'eficd tlial Whig-led in it, upon the expsnsivenes and (oily otMnd locusts in Egyp'. But scarcely gery has no just cause fur esuliation over war, which were slatting in their develop .we the 'wild cat' dtad?, when tiny the result in this county, and that at irninenls, and calcuUled lo make a Btrong im- permit such fiauds as ihin OklandBanl. i elections tn.lBlv anu 184S our former De-hireasion on the public mind, binre hi- o rob ihem of tluir crop-. Well ! II tnocrattcj majoriliea will be maintained al went lo England, wc have observed that lie j iht-y will noi profit by such rxpei ience, least, anu qune probably increased, was engaged in spreading inlormaiion in ttl0y deserve to have iheir poc kels pick Below wc give a statement of the voles thai country, in togard to the modes of pre. fcl, ,)V r.dlVw fnn(ivfv. The nevFra 1. i-..i.. . i. r .i r.i;. r. .. .. r i p I iuiciii.ii Liintiiuuiv, biiu a vaicuiaiiou ui me nunny iiiuinn turn mr uio as iuuu uiiiuu n.ajoriiics, It will hu noticed that Foster I the laboring population. The late iaimeusc received wiihin 100 votes of the avenge importations ol American maize or Indian vote for tha Democratic ticket, while Power corn into Gieat Biilian, created a demand ran 52 voles nbovc Butler. Dr. Lcib ran fat information of this character, and tha about 50 votes ahead of the Democratic tic- country is indebted for stirh information ti Let in Catlawissa. the township in ivlitchl10 mlelligeul J'anKt;o llhirhsinitli 1 he resides, but run behind it in some oth- In one of his lata letters, Buni't tells cr townships. The defection from him oflslory of an mierJiew with an English nailei nn ucl) law, they will show iheir wis 21 votes in Bloom was upon purely per- which, as ti is peculiarly interesting, e 'orn by maciiog one lo teach all fulurr lOrtriZ grontiris, and had in it nothing not7- publish in our present number. 7'hai par'jeases of similar character. But ihe be tea, and the sarno remark., wo suppose, where the poor English laborer refrts ti. -xample which they could sol, woulo p-rrn siy ilui Truesddil, ;ho presideni ind owner ol thu swindling nhop, liar enriched himsitll by bank Irauds. Thi- is piecisely what ihe.-e 'operaloii.' ii. cotiniry banks iinendid lo do. If thr people of Michigan will put limn in it. their Sialo Prison for liff, If they havi will he goodsfor other disiricta, CoKoitEsa Whole voto given O-ven D Leib, Dum. Cheeiet Butier, Whig, Ijfib s mnjnrity 70 JVfetMBLV SiewBrt Pearce, Dum, 1067 lstac Low, Whig J4-18 the repeal of ihe English tariff or lax upon be prohibiting, by Iheir constitution, ihi 3 203 breadstuffs, hat in it a aimpla eluqueoee creation of any hankc.and by their Lais- 1 I. a it. I. " jou more toucning anu powerrui inati all toe an Uh. Hie enruUiin,, fln ... . .. . .. ' "v -i'- tona pi euuoaieu oratory couiu prouuee. lit H.. w-iiin .hi. iri,,,. k. 1 f I ' 1 I illV HI Ml P. Til HHrt Wmlorn ct... sri.... U linntll led nndlln . I. I ........... .RU, ,, ,B ,,Ur .,,. f,,..,,,,,,! I, .... nnnntn tvnnlrl tik Lia in . aI, I ' h 1 h l,v"l .' lliano n. IU f. , ,U i..l - - - I ....... ...ill -in n-PIOIHil tiucr. dllll lll UP rsarce s maiortly 221 'UEntrr -Benj Iltyman.Dem. 1.557 Divitl Clark, Whig, 1337 i n 1 ri n r i i r r d iiqi ni nnn mi..t. tippunBA .r H,,hP,. p,..i J....Vt)t '" '"'"e'i lo kill iht m off by men H" man?s majonty 2li0 bra'ipniig 405 uonoitsn t. uiifitner, Uem. 183G m t m a n . XIIO'BlaCU.VYIlla, 1SQ8 Clacknef's majority. - 288 Commissioner- P.KIine.,Dem. 1681 L. Thomas, W. .1442 were eoinc to Inke off tha. nort lork. fo' b,,ltll,lK S,,J' r'B)e' m,,"" J- Tl'y 1,1 I ..I . . r ndome other taxes, and let mbuy bread ",eH "a8 l)u'" 01 coin. Lagar of them that coud tell us the theapeal When we heard tt.ia talked nf wnhoui ktiowin; the truth of ti, 'John Suibbins louk a pextiy and went to ihe White Hart and iSLlinw' majirity.j wurioiu J) sc very The bonis of human klieleion, i nclosed in cunoush iWiotighl earthen vase, were found rt '"v """ -...ll., ... T... I L bought a drink of beer, and then the land. 1 ,u,l"'JU"1 A"",m'' "J U.lv let h.mlor.k mm h.inr, .!,., ,a,m "anU w ,Urne" '" "l WHh ahe keri.s fur tuatou.ers. A' lien ho came PloUlin' Tho vase was of fine cla tack, he told ut .rfat dual of w!tt wbb n,ixcd wi,h "r'lliatit particlen, IiUb put going on, and a.id he was urt lbs times white pi bble ciushed and sifted. It wah wculd.be better one of ihe6e..dyjf' about eiglileeji or twenty inches in di Such was tho feeling with which ihe rfl-pinelT, divided in tho middle, and 1 peal uftha corn-laws, or tariff lux on 'bread- in depth. The border of the low attiffs, was greeted among the laboring pop-Mulf wit lunt'somely llowrted. THE AMERICAN BACLKSMITII it ENGLISH NAILI2K. Mr. Burritt very exlraordlnaryspeclmcn of a self-laugh American, is travelling id England. Ho shonldvr hn.kiinpsn'k and travels through ils lanes anil'by fields, con verging with the people, and is making him self master of tho subject of their cond'lliin and feelings, ''lille on ouo of his usual excursions, Mr. Burrili asyt; I was suddenly diverted from my con templation of this magnificent aoeiipry by a fj of heavy rain drops, ns Ihe prelmta of an impending shower. Seeing a gain open and hearing a familiar clinking behind Ihe hedge, I sirpped through into a liulu black smith's shop, about as Urge ss an American smoke house for curing bacon. The first d'jecl thai .ny eyes resied upon, was a lull grown man, nine years of ago, ind nearly three feel lngli.puicht'd upon a slono of hall' thai huighth, lo rajje his breast to the level of his father's anvil, al which ho was ai work, with all the vigor of his little arms making nails. I say a full-grown nun, (or I fear he can never grow any larger, physi cjlly or mentally -- As I put my bund on his shoulders in a familiar way, lo make inybelfal home uith him, and to remove the timidity with which my sudden appeal anco seemed to inspire him, by a pleasani word or two of greeting, his fiend fell cate hurded into all the iiiduntion of loiling man hood, and as unsusce piible of growth as hi anvil block. rixcu manhood had set in upon Inn) in the greenness of his youiliiaud ihcre lie was, by his fiiher's eidu, a stinted piemuiure mam with his childhood cut off; with no space lo giow in-between din era 'lie and the unvil block; chased, as soon as he could aland on his luile legs, fr.wo the Hearthstone lo ihe lurge atoni, by iron ne ceisiiy, that would not Hop ng enough lo pick op h letter of the English alphabet on the way 0, Lord John Russell ! think ol ill Of tins Englishman's sun, placed b) ilia tooihur,scarctly weautd, on a high cold stone, barefooed, bufore ihe anvil; there t Itaideu, scar, and blister his youn hand by heating and harninciing ragged nailrod, fur the sustenance her breast can no longer supply ! Lord John ! look at those nails, as they 1 to busing on the block. Enow you their meaning, use and languagit Please your lordship, let me tell you 1 have made nails before now they are iron cxp' unution points, which this unlettered, dwaiftsh boy is unconsciously arraying a aiuti you. againsl the British Government nd the ministry of British literature, for cutting him oil without a letter of the Eog h alphabet, when punti ig U done by steam ! for incarcerating him, for nothing on bis or his patent's fide, but poverty, in n daik, six-by-eifclii prison of hard labor youthlcs being think ol it ! an infant iirdeued, almort in ils mother's arms, into man, by toil that bows tho sturdiest of th world s laborers who come to manhood through Intervening years of childhood The boy's father was at work with hie back towards mp, when I entered. At m first word of salutation io the lad, he turned round and accosted me a little bashi'ully, a unaccustomed to ihe sight of str mgers ii at place, or reluctant to let them into llu scene and secret of his poverty, 1 sit down upon one end of his nail bench, anil tuhl him was a.i American blacksmith bv tradt nd that I had mine in to see how he gin on in the world; whether hu was eiirmn: pretty good w agi-s al his business, so ilia' ho could live cuinfurlubly, and send ln children to tchool. As I Haul this, I glanc ed inquiringly towards the hoy, who 'at looking steadily at me from his stone stool by the anvilt Two or three- little crock faced girls, from two to five years of g had stolen in timidly, and a couple of young frightened eyes were peeping over ihe door al me. They nil looked us if some iad wetu daily allotnd them iu ihe sool and indert of their fathei's forge, even to tin harp eyed baby al the do-ir. The pooi Englishman he was as miuh an Enlih- man as the Duke of Wellington looked a. his bushy headed, bare looted children, and said sofdy, with a melancholy t.huke of the head, lhat I lie limes uere rather hard with him. It troubled his hearl,&nd many hotirt of the night he had been kept an ake by the thnught of it, that he could not semi ho- children to rchoo!, nor learh them himsill to rend. They were i-ond children, lie bind uuhamnist yearning in his ojr-s; they were all ihc utalih he hud, and he loved ihnn ihe more, the harder he Ind lo work for them. The poorest pari of life puterty that wsb on him, was that he could noi give his ehilc'ren the leliere. They were pood children, for all ihe crock of iho shop was on their faces, uid their fingers were bent nets should continue to grow worts. If he could only give them the letters, or tho al iliabet as they called it, it would make them the like of rich; for then they could read the TusUmuiit lie could rend the resiament a litilo, for hu had learned the utters by lire light. It was a good book, was iho Tes'amenl, never saw any other book heard till of some iu rich proplu's house?; but it mattered bin little with him. Tho Testament, ho Was sufX u was made foi uailors and inch like. It helped him wonderfully w hen thn loaf whs small on his table. He had hut llltlu time to rend II vben the etui was up, mid it look hint long lo read a little, for hu learned the letter whei he was old, But ho laid it bel'oiu his dish at dinner lime and fed his heart with it, while ihu children wcro oath g the bread thai fell lo his Miarc. And when he had spelt out a line of ihu shortest woids, he read them aloud and his eldest boy, the one on Ihe block there, could sav several whole verses he had learned in this way. I' wa il great comfort to Ii in to think thai Jeemcs could lake into his heart so many verses ol the Testament whn-li ho could nut lead. tie imendud to tear h all his childon in thi- .vay. It was all hu could do for tlieitij and ill i,i he hid to do ul meal limes.- fur all the oilier hours tie had to be at the anvil. TI i nailing business m growing harder, h was growing old, and Ins familv large. Ui had to work from four o'dock in the morn ing lid ten o clock ul night to cam eigh teen pence. His wages averaged only a- bout seuM shillings a weik and ihrre wtri' live of them in the family to live on wha they earn. It was hard lo mako up ihe los of an hour. Not one of their hands, how- ever little, could be spared, .Jemmy was going on nino years of ago, and a hu.pfol lad 'id was: and the poor nan looked at him doalingly. Jemmy could work ol! a thou sand nails a day, of ihu smallest size. The lent of their shop, tenement and garden, va live pound a year and a few pennies earned by the yuungest of them was of gioat ae ro out. Bui continued the father, speaking cheer ily 1 am not tho one that ought lo complain Many is the man that lias a harder lot ol it than I, among the nailers along vheso hills and in the valley. My neighbor in ihe next doar could lull you something abou labor you may never have heard the like ol in your cuunlry He is an older man than I and thero are seven of them in his family and, for all that, hu hay no boy like Jemmy here !o help him. Some of his little girls are bickly, and their mother is not very strong, and it most all comes on him. II is an oldish man, as I was saying, yet In do's not only work eighteen hours every day at his forge, but cueri Friday in the Lear lie works ail muhl tons', and novcr lo v s off his clothes till late Sainrday night A good neighbor is John Smbbins, and the only man jutl in our neighborhood who can read a newspaper. It is not often ho gels a newspaper, and bread loo, in out dilutes at the s line lime. Bui now and then he begs an old one, partly torn, al Ihu bakct's, and readi it lo us of a Suinljy night. So once in two or three weeks we her of what is going on in tho world souiPihiog about corr. laws and the Duke of Wellington and Oregon and India, and oilier places in Eng land. Wu liiard tell, awhile ago, that thi- poor people would not have lo make so ma ny nails for a loaf of bread much longer, be- iuse Sir Robert Peel, and some other men were going to take off the port locks and some oilier laxe?, and let us buy bread ol i he. m that could sell us thu cheapest. When we heard this talked of, without knoving the liuth uf it John Stubbins took a penny and went to ihe hite Han and bouuht a Iriuk of beer, and then the landlady Ul him look into the nuwspapor which she keppi- for customers. When ho caiuo hack, In told us a great ileal of what was going on nd suid he was sore the times would bt belter one of ihuee days. I'lie man whs interrupted here by the en- iranctt of his neighbor, who had been at tracted in by the sound of an unusual con lersation in his fellow nailer's end of tin building I pulhd off my knapvack anil did what I could to teach ihem the alphabe uf the King't English with regard lo the National Debt, and all oilier burdens wind iho pooi laboring people uf the realm hsd to bear. Wicjim 7he CorciiiulionalCf n vent ion of Wisconsin assembled alJMad ison on ihe 5'h iu-n, 03 ntembeis being in Bilenilance. D. A. Upharn was cho cen Premium on the fotirih ballol. The crop of Indian corn in tho Vpm, for 18-10, will be more ihan 500,000,- liko eagle s claws with handling nails. Hei000 ul bu-htls. ihe nop uf wheat had been a poor man all his days, anil he will exceed 140,000,000 of bushel?, knew hie children would be poor all iheir whirl) would produco etjual lo 28,000, .usyr-, uu juorer man pe, ii me nail -busi, 000 ban els of flour. A L-xingion rofrrspomlftit of h .otn'svilc Courier furnishes iho follow ing ease.' Somo lime duiing iho stun, mer of 1815, ihere came to Lexington, unnoticed and unit town, a Doctor El. ward Simmon, a Get man hy birth, and 1 dentist by profession, llu seemed an (military soil of man; very ordinal y in his appearance, indeed a homely man ind no one ilifcovpi ed anyihing re iiinrl; thlo in him, either mcmlly or bodily. Bui not "many wetks had pass ed before indistinct minors of somo great good fortune that had befallen Iho doctor, came to bo circulilcd; and it ..... . I .1... i.:.. i wrf.i iiiiutii siiiuii iiihi ma ricn tint r. The Count,' in Germany, hail died and left him six'y ihuiHend dollars in cash! Mr. Sliuman re-iolvcs to become one of our landed propi ielors, and the public ar i next mounded al Ihe announce.. men I lltal he had boiihl of Mr. 11. aim for S30.000, which, a few months before, B. had bought al Sl0,000, bin, .iid Ike public, Shuman never (jinn rtl-i or higgles shout price. Ho furnishes hi? hojse in Ihe handsomest style, buys buggies, rorkaways, horses cu'ih, nntl firming ulenil?, upon an (X'cnsivu scale, and in his m tgnificnicp, think not of tho pay Inn who can doubt his sol vency ? Times parses--and S:.urjiau hitherto accustomed lo a life of busy oc cupation, wearies of iho nionolomy of hit firm, anil dolprmines to lurn his al- ention lo merchandizing. GoitinNurth ie purchase a large Mock of goodt by far ihe grea'rsl portion on a cicdii be- rig a-iisted in puiclitnes by Ihe endorse ment of the above menlionod Mr. B. . whoso credit is unbounded. Tho ttoru pioceeds; things go swimmingly. A in on ih since Shunt m K-lt for ihe North to lay in anoiher slock of good?. Afitr i f tf w days his wifo received a letur fiorn him, stating tint he would return no moro lo Lnxingion, and odvis-ing her lhat she had heller no lo her father':! Mouse. A I now is iirror and disiruy. It is now discovertd Uiat no fortune wjh eft him, and that the whole affair was a swindle. Strange lo say, every man you meel, suspected from the fust hat bhuman was a d d rascal, and things have turned oui jusl as he expect ed.' Twenty char. eery sui'saro Ihe re ,u It uf the Shu tn a i humbug. 'It is an ill wind thai blows nobody good to iho lawyers, who lick iheir chops and look grave, and rub Iheir hands wnh inwanl s.iii-Lption and in iheir heiris h'p-s Shuman. In the chancuy suits Mr.B. is involved. The bills charge that he was engaged in a combination with Shuman lo deceive and defraud the pub- c, hy investing Shiimin with the title o iho land upon which Mr. B yet c'aims a lien for the pjrcha.se money, anil inert uv tiivinsr him beforo tha world a rredii lo which ho was noi en titled. The charges aie of course de nied. B seeks lo snhi-ct Ihe farm o Ihe payment of the unpaid pur chase money and ihe olher creditors eek io subject it to iheir cla ms: Al Ihe lah Superior Court inPocahou- las county, Virginia, which Sjt last week, there was among oilier r mses under di al, one boiwcp i a Mr. Rider of BjIIi couniy, and Ai. Henry Billy, of Pi :ahoiiiHS cnuuly.The Itsiimony had been heard, ihe arguments of rnunsil hod been delivrnd, Ihe jut y h&il reiirrd laio in Friday i veiling, io consider iheir virdiri; but being unable lo agiee up on ihe samr, had been adjourned ovpr ill the nt xt mon, mg, and had, afit r ucoiving some- farihei instructions from iht Court, lelired the second lime, when Mr. DiPy, one of ihe parties to Ihe suit, hopped down in ihe sdeel, and died in i ininule or so alu rwr.rd?,l'iom apoplexy. I is supposed. Whereupon the question irose wnh the Court, whether the jury could render iheir verdict, one of Iho parties being dead! Too counsel for Rider, however, removed the diffictil y, hy moving that the jury be dischaig. ed fr oni ihe further consulu ation of I hit cast ; and Mm suit can now bo revived between Ihe Administrator and Rider, it in doubilul whether Ihere is a single case in ihe books, similar in circum "mice lo this one. Hence Ihc difficulty wiili theCourl lo determine what couiu it was pioper lo he pursued. Lewis burg ( f 'u ) Ciranicle, Oct. 8. We ha J a JitlU srtow Jpel Syuday, i