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A liberpl rj uctiosi fot Yearly lAdvetlising.. tTTl.v priv J sir.'cUj Cum Advert-.ci:! cliidini thai County, uii j :ars; U be TCP Advert! The Shot hit A True Story of Texab ie Eye; Border Life. ur C. WILKINS morning, I kvas i.et cj ea:lv Advertisers Is cd p Ihcir oicn immediate and !if.tr ami tile lusinestit f. Firm iis not considered as ia- of its individual rnembeis Candidates, TEiree Da lai i t.i JJeance in Every Cai inenis ii'it tnari;eJ wan tiac n'ajiiber of iji-ertions when handed in, w be Cou'.iuiiid exacted. until ordered out, and paymcr. can he inserted ?ra- 6C7Vo Jvcytiscmcrit ; luiloinhj. CCff Advcriiserr.ents of j a Ferfopal Nature' j iitVRi-iub'y ci!(ir.'fi Lhuble Price, TdrfAd veriisT ni'iits cf , Patent Medicines inserted at .'I'Eiii'iy Dollars per C'ol- trzpioli V0:Ii, of a l'i. Kbuh, JVeally j donr.en SctV Typc.'ar.d on as reasonable I Terms as'anv Odice in Tennessee. ail arrearr.ei; ojjc;: of the V will be discontinued until lire paij u,) excent at the I'tthiisher. -1 ll A simp "1 lift StVCL'i 1 1 seem l.iuo taa MuJu ll Ai 1 w;ts !m: a! cottnge iiomc, e Jiome, ninl small; hoss and section made a fairy li;t;!; : , . tc, a Im'.i.'jcaro, uniljle tiiii"s sippcur. As tlioticii xhcv vrcm utuifc!n?cJ thera ' 1 ii ini'i'j Btlni l tor ;)in.-ri!3 .T,-r liunc;, w as but a'cuiiasri' hume.. A iiii)p!p home, ;iiuJ Muall, j ; til swoLliiess ami :uil;ciioti made - li scji:i sx fairv ha! Yet lb. -it's t! is sweet tlii? home, so sweet the nuiJ, As'gracaful and a? good; ,1 S h - feeiiK-ll a lily in shade, A violet in lb" bud! ! She l.ad iuV wculi-h bil maiJiin .yorth,- A wealill ihat'fc little fuin-; - tn.k-si "j'.d of Oarth j : (Collcluitil'-) Before sun-rise i in the Ilincli arrived with six men. wakened by his loud btusterinjr find swearing. lie ; wasl ra ring, as I af tenvards understood, i ibout Ileiirv; calling his story about the . meeting, with the remarkable i tiersonage -all humbug and .j assorting his beflief that it a murder had be n committjed, Ilcary was i its autlu r. . Our host quieted himj in somp w: y, and wien we came out to join them he greeied us with a snarling soit of civihty. lie was a thick-set, bro id-shouldei-cd burly-looking wretch, W'i th blood-shot eyes, and f ice bearing; 1 11 . the. marks of riotous debauchery! Our search was Ilr several hours entirely 1 n suceossful, until llemy byi accident found the ' place where he had m- 1-1: 1 ll . T) 1 " 1 I cuuniereu me iearuc.i unost, as some one christened hii 1. Here cine of the keen-eyed hunters found tike traces of a llrge jmoc?asined foot. Thcsevere p Vued for several miles and lost, but jm spreading our line and continumg the I s ime 1 general couree for soinc distancd farther, wej at last indeed lound.the body of JSt'p ner' It had been so '. 1 m'cli 1 niutila tcdjby the wolves 1 and: ravens' thjit little examination was : nade of the bones. 'We gathered tlicm together tocirrythem home. t his family, aix4 iu doinir this I hbti :ed the frac- Jfre of ;i "bullk .through .the ' skull. It had been stripped b ire . of flesh una buth eyes rlucked out -by th birds, and was too 'shocking -an objetit for close examination, liut what puzzeled iall parties' r most was the liiscoverv, s short distan :e off," of the v ' t I ' .1 EMI. rybf Henry sj only served to tan! amons The reddest-bloate them blanched! . It was terrible!! Tllev seemed to be doomed! Three of 5 their number dead and torn ito pieces within fen day the shrhtest clue to and invisible tye, bufi and thb tracks which must be some dreall supernatural visitation of their They shivered, whilq started from ithcir without tlunldiig'of they started spreading ; thq and -yet not1 the relentless the ghostly sfo tattize them! j It hideous crimes! tlQ great drops oreheads, land Uoking for any athermg up the bones tit full srjeed, trail o.f a shod horse, Js not .perhaps a horse iii fchelby counf ty that wore slices, and certainly nofci Th e ii!i IJcr home kvr.s Liu a cut tag? home, ' A simpb t-X iwcetl I ll seetii A chocrfiiU r's byi a iiaitio! hiiiin. tittd sjiia!', s ;u id !ilection made it fairy l;ai!l. i-.jrrss of sou;, t!iat threw : A smile c( r every la.-A. A: williticrnefs, that. e ver flew . T 'serve1,, e'er oye' could ask ! A'j5omc:liinj wl- f ii'd wi.U our own; . A hiiinV.J flu-riTM1' To crac: in its d.-ah throno, II Y. A simjde l swo-jirU .Or niy rark ttdurn : r home Was bat a conn?? liome, lome, and small, is and jeiion madj w, there was back alarm everywhere. The excitement now became univer sal and trcniendous Nearly the turned , out for the purpose of unravelling this alarmin? mystery; and the supci stitious frenzy was in no small degree: heightened by the report, that this 1 lan had been shot in the same way as the Others, in the back of the he id!. . : ' These incidents wx-: e all so unac countable, that I own I felt no little sympathy with the popular associa tion of a supernatural agency in their pcrpctrationJ tlenry laughed at all this, but insisted that it was a maniac; and to account for the peculiar dex terity of his esqapes and whole man agement, related manv anecdotes of the proverbial ipnnine of madmen. The ! wildest, most ab ;urd, and 1 in credible stories were now afloat among J 1 1 '. ' 1 n 1 me people concerning 1 ins ucauiy anu subtle foe of the Regulators; for.it was now universally be lievcd and re marked, that it was against them alone1 that .his enmitv was directed. The story of Ileiiry was greatly im provejd upon and addt d to; and, as some reports had it, the Aladam, as others, the Bearded Ghost, was seen rigfy df his favorite: mark and hl-l in hailf a dozen! id:icc: at the same matchless skill instantly occurred to 1 time;-now on, foot, how ' stalking j all, as accouuting ior, much that .was f ! 11 air 01 mex1 11 U niicrht be easij 1 7 ill seem a fairv hall ! Mus. Sttpuen (Jiraud. The riiiladrlj!ii;i liCilger says that Stc phen h irard'.s wife was made in-i-ane by his je'dousy aiu! cruel treat ment. The books of the hospital sb.ow that Man Girtml was admit- j.atient on the! 21th )p, where; she djed on Member,- 1S1 5. ted an insane of August, 170j the 13th of Sei! JirariPs maidbn name was Lum. Seven months! alter lier admission into l!c hospithl she gave binh to a daughter, who name of .Mai'U anJ this wras the on ly child of Gir infancy. V ll is ard which died iir jts certain that slander her grave, and this slander w-as invariably traced to a jealous husband, v. ho j had married one only too btautilui. pursued her Queer FiXoucii Among the rec ords of the good old ton n ot Ipswick Mass.,; we had the following under date of 1GSI Single persons who are under no government arcjorderccio put them selves 'under tile care ot some head cr he. returned in the: last. was baptiscdby the Daniel Vv'eldrom is urn to bis w ife a c of a family, required to re cording to la The record does notj give.ius the rp.Ksnh uliv DLinlel 'NVeldrom lelt his wife in the first place,' or wheth- ecording to law,' Singular people, our fnrrfatliors. n id strange ways did vy . - 7 I J ihey have. ho never j has taken a seen ia Cincinnati TiiCj1 mih.w newspaper v;a lately.: He vf , inquiring the way tn Ihe roor-housc. e in, our party. Shoeing is never thought of, being unnecessary t hero are no; stones.': 1 ins .was a pcrii c.t a pozer as even Ilenry s story , 1 iji ... i 1 ;iu au'i inre.w mcaiui 1. ...... i - 1 ,w , r . phcaijilitv around tlicailur: thought that "this track ty traced to any distance 4mt afteij worrying about it for several days, it W':is 2'iven up in dc'?pyir,ind fho.ItesH tdaturs, fatigued; and ; dlisheartcncd,' iLMitercd for their respective homes j Bat one of their n unber never rpaciied his. Being hu scd for two xlays, 'there was a genera turn-out to look for liim; and as Iiad been the case with S toner, his boi.y waS found torn to pieces by the w olves. '' The report was! 'that he too had been shot through the back bfj tbj; head. ; : These ' murders,'' anil, the singular circumstances accompa lying them, created great sensation. jJIinch and las troops poured the c euntry in ev- uirecuoii, aiTCbim iiuu ij uiuni suspicious persons, as them. One poorjnpllbnsive lellow they hung and cut down four or five times, to make him conf-ss; but noth ing was elicited; and tl ey. left him with barely a spark of 1 fe. That evening, as they were return ing to thoir head-aua:ters at the O -r . ----- A I : store, one of . them 1 pa hi missed a portion of ture, which had become! accidentally detaclicd. He said he bad observed it iii'its place a mile , bdek', that he would return to get1 it, b id . rejoin them at the store, bv tl e time they should be ready to commence the spree they had determ ntj-d on going into that night. He , It ft ! them, and novel returned. .They ! soon got drunli.anddid not particularly inotice ' v f . 1 1 f his absence until some fane the next dnv.lwlien his family, alarmed by the returii of his hoise with I an empty sadd This roue a sv ner'ir liatei! of th his even sent to lhqunta alter mm Urt ofinnuiribs h; d come to bd . x - I : a' 1 4lt., 1irlT SO SlgtllilCant Ol lave, -x. insta ktlv sobered,! anil mountmgJ i.-ir-c mn 1 neir irau. , uiy of buzzards and wolve 4rm a liu of thicket they called nj;d Winter, horse iurni- ahcad. desig- lithc whereabouts ot the ooject i ir siinrrh:' and thctre thet found lj. j , : '. flcsliless bones scattered on side. They w re , appafled . . 1 i witu lenormous ! stride across some open glade from thicket to thicket passing out of sight again before the observer could recover Ifrohi his surprise; then mountcjd, he was seen living UKe; tne suadow 01 a summer cloud j o-ver the: prairies, or 'beneath the glpoms of forests, always haggard and .leany dressed in skins with the hair 011, and that long heavy, terri ble rifle onlhis shoulder! T noticed that there was only class of men who ventured tofi assert that thpy, had ac tually seen jwith their own; eyes these wonderful sights, and that was con stitttted of those who either had suf-ft-red, 6r from their c iaractcrsNand pursuits, were most -li ccly 'to suffer persecution from the llegulators the class of hunter emigrants. These 'men were most industrious in embellishing all the circumstances of. character, feats, and relentless hatred to the Regulators, as lighly as the excited credulity of the public would bear. Then never saw him except in the vicinity of the hWes of teome fererlt parts 6T the county; and the fact that, durimr this general , tumult, nothing more was seen or heard of the mysterious Rifleman,; encouraged them with the belief that they had succeeded in getting rid of him thro' the' intimidation of his confederates Tilery1 had now been for; nearly a fortnight in the saddle liad glutted themselves with vengeance, and, as they conceived, broken down this dangerous conspiracy-against their power; and if they had not succeeded in detecting and punishing, had at i least frigljtened off their singular foe. iTheymow concluded theyjmight safc Jy disband. iThat day,J after they separated, one of their number, named Rces-rralmost as bad and sav age as Hinch himself wa riding past a thicket, in sight of his .own. house, when hejwas shot from ii His ne groes heard the gun, and j seeing his horse galloping up to the house rider less and snorting wildly, It hey ran down, and found Mm stretched in the road lead. .' He was shot in tho eye, hnd the ball passed out 'at the back of his head. - jl I Ylien Ilinch heard tlus, he turned perfectly livid, his knee's smote, te- gethcfr, and with a horrible oath, he exclaimed, 'It's Jack 'Long,, or his ghost, come back for vengcace !' It was now perceived, for the first time, that 'all the men had been shot thro' the eye, instead of in the back of the head where the ball had onlr passed out after entering at the sock et. The other heads! had been too ! The class to which Jack had be longed, at least those of them who had managed to keep a footing da ring the relentless proscription of the Regulators, now began to look up, and hinted that they had known of .T.-ir-k's return from the time, of bto- less calculation reserved the most in conceivable torture. He had ! passed him by all this time, while one after the other he struck down the tools and companions of his crimes. He doomed him to see them . falling around him! with the certain ksowl- tier's murilcr, and had aided and abet- edge that the avenging hatej which ted his purposes in evbry way m their ! siew mem Durncuwitnien-ioidmicnsi-power; furnisJiing liim witli fresh j ty for his life,that it must and would horses when thenoblcj animal ie rode have it! But when would the-claim ii- -I r ' ' ci..L r.Jrwr. fi bo mnd(j? Should ho be thr not No! The next one?-No! death, so drove b.nf-k ' from the States became fa irrnnl- ntn;linff liw fllrlit .11(1 POH- OnCI XfJTifj -it,',! inmitnr him withlBut then cnich succeeding Ihf-.rmnit'nTi. ns vroWnk sr.retVdin'r' the sure to take paeol the number, --7 r i - u exaggerated stories about him. . One Ijluit old lellow remarked ! You . are fjols wl Jack's being! crazy! ajul cold as a frosty 0 talic II nornmg up in about as calm away every sopliisiry of hope, and realized to him in bare and sterner horror that his owu f ite was as fixed as theirs. As each one fell away the circle of doom narrowed slowly, Soon J., . 1 I I l 71..'. i,M 1,1' TiVi;.in fightin' aid Tory h;tit' blood waked ui in him by them vstlripes! That's "1 a blood you know tha er than a ca gets rizl' amount ujipleijsantly rnutilated for examina tion, ami this iict had not been be fore (observed. Of co'urseyeverybody wis satisfied now, that this temble being Ivas in one way or another iden- . w . with Jack Long:" for the no to- one of these versions this ering' arounefj ment to strike and far from ated tyrants! Intheir hieing wasi for ever hov- them, waiting the mo while they were done :iy help. They, carried tins tling so far as to attract attention; to it, and arouse in the Running mindcf Ilincih the same suspicion which he d oecurrjed to Ilenry and myself, namely, that all this was the result of a profoundly! acute;'and .thoroughly j organized scheme of th s class, hqaiied bv some man of pecuhar personalities 'and con- summate skill, with the object of ex terminating b : driving bfF the Regu lators. ; It se emed impossible that, without collusion with ! many others,; themurelerer .should have been able to! so baffle; all pursuit. Ilinch and his band had beei : thoroughly cowed and awed; but the moment this idea oc curred to them, the reaction of then base fears wa - savage lexultiition. Here was sonething tangible;! their open and .united force! could'easily exterminate an enemy jivho had 'ac knowledged their weakness in resort ing to secret 'combination' and assas sination from the bush! They forth with proclaimed 'war to the knife,' with the, whole class; and during the next week several outrages, so revolt ing that I-will tot detail them, were perpetrated upon these mea in dif- s dangersom--when it once r i Jack wasnow frequently seen, but was known ! that his Hoik wds only hjilf done, land that he meant! to' lin- ish it, and he was regarded with' great curiosity and awe. The five wretched mpnwcre cbtirely unstranganelj pamC-stl-ieken. j They madc .no atteppt at retaliation,; but all their, hopes seemed toj lie in the effort to get out of. his reai'h. That Ling, heavy rifle haunted them day and'- night, j They saw its dark muzzle bearing on them from every bush, and through the chinks of it heir own Cabilis! I One of thi'in. naniouj "White, who was ah inveterale toper, with all lii-x terror coull not resist his inclination for liquor, and after a confinement in his house of nearly three weeks, ele- termmed to risk all and store and buv him a barri'lL in a covered vagon, driv gre. while Ihe lny stretc UlLOxl A. -l tXV tJHd -- liquor was obtained lie wagon unaccountable in these occurrences. Tlijis p -oduced ngreat change in pub lic i fechng. The better sort began to cortcciye that they (understood the whole matter. The Ivncliing Jack had reejeived was fresh in their-memories, 'ahd-they 'suppdsed that its se verity had shaken his mental balance' aiiel mlkde him & llionomaniac, and that the elisease hall endowed him with the niarvelIoi(s cunning the staunch . murderous! hate -and the unfiatural appearijicer which had cre ateld such sensation.! They could.not understand i how a lieing so simple- hearted as he was reputed to have! The. Ibyi said his n been; colild have been roused or stung denly cut I short his oath to such deeds by the mere depth and ciaimeu. "xucio nu i I Ai.' ill,1 4.4l. . . '4 nrnvor n ins natural passions, liilt : man un; iiun ju- i monomaniaCor notj.sucha vengeance, and theidaring conduct of the whole were very imposing to their nl.i iv-nnfnrd.-'nn.l hoc.tVxl as rhir ! steadily closing in about mm. V1U lit. t f , ' tiicre would le E0 ne leu but iuni: How could he call an hour his c?wn? "When could1 he feci safe? fhat re lentless subtleity had baffled them all! One,, two, thrj-e, four, five, sik, seven, strong men had all gone dov.jn before that fearful fitle every cue jo them shot through the eye! God of Heav en! and the shaiq) agony would spangle keen points of burning light through his brain, as if the ball were already bursting through a socket! 'I too must be shot through the evel'J Horror! Itj was worse than' ten thousand deaths, and he died them in lingering tortures told over day by From the time of Rees's death he looked a changed and stricken man. In a few weeks he had lost a great deal of flesh and f became piteously $ haggard his eyes ami gait and voice were all humble. His turbulent and fierce animality faded before the har rowing suspense. of this fear. . The bully and murderous ruffian trem bled at. the rustling of a leaf. His own imagination )ecame his hell and hungry remorse grew stronger andstrongerwith feastiugat his heart! He never left his house for weeks, until the escape of Williams and Da .vis inspired him with some hope. ' He procured a fine horse, and set off one dark night for the RedRiver! Ev erybody regretted his . escape for men had looked in quici expectation upon the progress of this alfair, and in strong faith that the sense of wild peare d of impaired sanity the mind is los t in uncertainty as to the judg ment which should be passed upon it. '. Ic did not remain in Shelby coum y; but in .what direction he had intended to go after returning to Arkansas for his wife and children, I could never hear. He is probably living now! his old quiet and good natur ?d life in the heart of the green wilderness; and it is as likely as not that one of those two chubby boys who rolled with mm about the floor i'f his log-cabin on that m?morabla night of which I have above simply related the events and the consequen ces, will some of these; days conle.to V ashitigtori from congressional disi- tiicts peyond the Rocky Mountains. Ohio There were received into the Ohio lay eiowii started for! home. never raised his head unij mouth of Ihisj lane,- a 1; placed on the t ide of the tilted un the wjgon 1:1 pit t " - - 1 it, so as to rollj the barrel He forgot his cautioncii: willi his -head out of i curse the bdy for his oarcle that moment a rifle was! He fell back dead shot. go to the He went n by a nc- Cicd on the e barrel of ot into the e it, and ; j j j Mr ; associations and rc)ossessions, and thCy sympathized hetirtily with him. It was only ! while jthe general uncer tainty left every man in doubt wheth er his own person might not be next the! object of this murderous aim, that the public we re disposed to back the Rangers in, whatever violent I t j measures they mibht choose to resort to, jto drag the 'cr.et to light, and the! actor to puutshment; but now that it was apparent his whole hate was levelled agaiusjt the Rangers, and all that uncertainty was confined to them, bhe dew, ghost, madman, or Jack Long, the public had no inten tion of interfering gaim It 'was a personal issue between him and them they might settle it between them selves"! I Indeed, men felt in their inmost hearts tliaij every, man of the ten engaged in ihe lynching of Jack Long deserved rt dozen times over 'to ij i - it 1 be shot: and now they looked on man with a beard hanginr down on Lunati tients. with m Of the niarriee Lunatic. ilsviuEi Statistics, hc4 All ele way he il, near the had been road which ssmg over on him. sprang up ic cover to -siicsis, and lischarged. through the ister sud and cx t tlie mo- lle saw a tall his breast and dressed in s ing otf througji the brur rifle bn his shoulder. The next man. name about two weeks after one morning laboufe in hijs shirt sleeves J step doerand threw it open t about; ; sue d Garnet, lis, got up rise ; and icd to his 0' breathe the fresh aiiVi He was r lbbing hi eyesj being about half a wheri he got them f.-hiy : d.pen. there stood the gaunt' avenge tree in the yard the lat; clled, and waiting till hoidd see him distiuctlj bco him but ! it was v.it coolly, rather en oying the thing, and earnestly hoping that Jack might have the best of it. J j And of this here seemed to be a strong probability; for the Regulators made only one inore attempt to get together; but another of their num ber beiug killeil on his way to the rendezvous, his -body 1 bearing that well Iknqwn and fearful signature of skill? " tle remakmng ; five, perlectly unnerved and overwhelmed with ter ror, retreated to their houses, and scarcely, dared for several w.eeks to put their heads-outsido . their . on doors. 1 ookf The bullet x$ through his Wain too Laid jto have tojil one of that !hc never in a ship hot! one of these men t pertain the mail saw and iim fully. ' i All were gone now but the two youngest men of Williams and JJavis. jxiit werd permitfedto eseapej it wAs fi-omrelentingontliic vins, walk- with his leep; and beside, a rifle lev- Biis victim He did his hist crashing is Long i-is friends insta he ice vras ;ecognizcd Hinch and border justice would be gratified in21 4 liorli forty to fifty, and none un Asylum last year, 103 pa Cf these 127 were,.' afflicted inia, and3G with melancholia. 193, there were 7C single, 10-j and' 12 widowed 62 paid for then board, and loX did not 1 f 125 h-Al boon insane less than one year when admitted, 51 from one toj five, K from five to tcn and 1 from ten to twenty. ! Of the HJ3 admitted, 71 were be-j tween twenty and thirty years old;! Gl between thirty and forty; 37 be-j tween fortj' and fifty, &e The prob-1 able ca iscs of the- insanity of Gl was .iflhealah; of 13 intemperance; of 7! tlisuppointe.d love; S religious excite-! ment; hereditary insanity 17. 1 The Lunatic Asvlum was estab-; fished in November, 1S30; and du ring the twelve years of its existence, the totil number of admissions Is 15oS; the number of discharged re covered 731; improved 1)1; stationary 212; dekd 201 making the total. discharged 1210. Tohd number of imalcs1 admitted S2S; females 730. Recent Kises admitted i'A; chronic cases 7 7. . Pay patients 00-3; State patients ! 1053. Number of moles dischan: ed 6G 1 ; females 57'9. Males recovered 383; females 251. The per ceiit of recoveries in all admitted in the 1- years is 17. Ttie per cent on all ir e recent cases of insanity is 7513. j Of the 1558 patients, insan ity' commenced in 133 under twenty years oh I; G17 between twenty and thirty; 4US between tlurty aud forty; seeing this stem, righteous and un paralleled vengeance consummated by the fall of Ilinch the monster instigator and chief actor in all the grievous outrages which had roused the 'simple-hearted-; Long into a demon-executioner of doom. Ilinch reached the bank of the Red River sprang from his foaming and exhausted horse, after looking cai -tiously around and threw himse f upon the grass to; wait. for a stean -boat. In two hours he;heard 014c puffing down the stream, and saw the white wreaths of steam curling u behind the trees. How his heart bounelcd!; Freedom, hope, and life! once more sprang through his shrivelled veiis and to his lips. He signaled the vessel; she rounded to and lowered her yawl, jllis puhe bounded high, and he gazed with ab sorbing en gcrnc.s at ihe crew as they pulled lustily towards the shore. A click-j-s-behind him! He turned, with a shudder, anil tiieuk he vas! That long rifle was bearing tjraight upon him those cold eyes elwfclt steadily upon him for a moment-4-and crash! all was for ever blackness to Hinch the Regulator! The man who wit nessed this singular scene landcel, neuo'J der tweatyor over 0. Of the whole m.mber, 850 were received be fore the;: hael been insane one year; 1G2 from one to five years; 122 from five,to t?u, &c. Single ! 721; imar- ;. widows 77; widowers. 30. Of thb 828 males ! .admitted du ring 12 years, 37 were fmncrs; 101 laborcrsj 30 tcach?r; 30! mechanics; 21 clerk!?; 20 students; 15' preachers; 13 blacLjsmiths; 12 tailor; 7 lawyers; 5 physicians. ; ,, dread avenger, or that lib had oh served some trifling thing in their the occasion . 1 itnigcj he was thus puaifjl? ing, which commended j them tojiinorcy, now demeanor on outra reco that this resentment Md .' - . 4 1. drank of the bitter elchglit- 01 atone nicllt or thai in his anxiety; to se cure; Ilinch, he confined and ;watchfalncs3 to him not know. They made secrfitsal-3 of j their prop erty, and cpnVfait during the; night. But it was for Hihcb he had Mih , passion- 11 'i , wo latter Whether 1 ' 1 1 1 art oi tn: oi the so eicepiy 11s pnorts onc4 I do f jrei-d and the party, - and found him shot throvyh the eye; and saw the murderer galloping away oyer the plain stretching out from the top of the bank! And so the vengeance was consuinmated,-and the stern hunter had wiped out with much blood the stain of stripes on his free limbs; and J could now do, wliat I was told he hud never done since the night of thoso fatal and fatally expiated stripes, look his wife again in the eyes, and receive her form to test again upon his breast. It was an awful deed. In view of all its circumstances, the provocation, the character of Long, the deranging influence, of the outrage upon his brain, though! no other indication ap- Tte 1 Yhal'tivj Eutinees. It gives, us pleasure to state that all the in dication 3 of prosperity which ' wj have.ev.T noticed in the! New Bed ford ma. -kef, have been renewed in full fore i at the commencement of the present year. ' The last was in deed, one of unexampled success, and we hear the actual profits of the fish ery estinated as high as half a mil lion of dollars. Jf course a very! large pr (portion of this has f illen-into the hands !of capitalists but still, more th n an equal sum has been divided i niong tlie mechanical, tra ding an 1 seafaring classes. ; This lat ter has been invested, as itshould be, in a real estate, or iii sm:dl pieces of shipping, together with a very large " amount deposited in the Institution for Savings say $430,000. I Capi talists, however, have made but fetf investments, and' largo amounts are now lying unemployed, the disposi tion of which is a m ittcr of consid erable i ntcrest. Sen: Bedford Mcr chant's Transcn'. f. , The" Western District of Pennsyl vania, by the census returns just published, contains 1,008,011 inhab itants. The Eastern District con tains about 1,105,780, three coun ties est mated, The total population is, therefore, two millions 'two hun dred a id sixy thousand. The in-, crease i n the last ten years ia about a 1 1 - hall muuon. i , Mi .V j " 1 J . c - s - l i 41 !i- i.