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UNBTOY AMERICAN. 1'inCKS OP AOVKRTliI.C2. H. n. MASTER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. 7 rcni.isHKns inn S Psi.rnisTnss. I square 1 insertion, I do 3 do 1 do 3 do . 0 75 1 00 If. It. n.lSSER. Editor. Office in Ccntre.ilcy, in the rcamf 11. II. Mat nrr't Store. THE ' AMEIUOAV is published every Sstor day lit TWO DOLLARS r annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till i.t airearagc are paid. No subscription received for a less period thin xix months. All communications or htlcis on b up in ess relntinj; to the office, In Insure attention, aiusl be POST PAID. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUITBTJItY, PA. HusincfS iillendcd to in the Counties of Nor Ihuiet.iland, I'l.ion. livcuming and Columbia, llrfrr toi Evary sulmequent inirtinn, Yearly Advertisements i oneeobtmn, f 2ft t hnlf AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. column, f 1 8, three aqunrra, f 1 3 ; two fqiiurr. f ; one squaie, fft. Half-yearly i one column, f I? ! half column, $12 three squares, f 9 ; two eqiiarca, fftj one square, $3 fiO. Advertisementa led without dirrrtiuns aa to the length of lime thry are to be puhlUhed, will bo continued until ordered out, and charged accimU inpt'y. (Sixteen lines make square. . i.i. ! - ' .. . a Absolute acquiescence in tliP decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republic, fom which there is no appral but to force, the vit.il piin.ipte and imtnc.linie parent of despo'iem. .larrsHsoi. Ily Manser & I-lsily. Simliiirj , Nortliiiniberlaiil Co. Pa. Saturday, lugim! SO, IS45. Vol. ft Xo. 49 Vt hole IVo. Wt ThIU8 11 4 BT Ac (Jo., l.nwsi. tV lit mm 5, 114HT, Cl'MMUCIS A lllST, VP.ll'W. 1J i:t im.is, Mcl'innm. & Co KfKHtio, loon A Co., mVAWAl I "i PATIENT VASHIlTCr 1CACHX1T3. M A II V j come any other thin a virions man, I erred on' greatly in bestowing any thing nmre than feci. THE nM(iHTEI) M.OSSOM. jnr of rri,.ndhip upon him, end yet 1 did not 'Men have died and worm have paten them, ! regret that lit wes my heart's idol until 1 saw little hope that he would ever be brought hack to a life of virtue. My heart sank under it, hut not tor love.' I shall not attempt to run I In vert the old maxim by labored argument, it 1 m .y, or it may not be tru.t ; and yet the story 1 tli.it I am about tot II, will gnf.r to fl ow thnt the 1 1 i 1 1 tii pit of h'gh moral sentiment over lung i cherii-lied a fleet ions, may work the slow yet I sure ilccny of a gentle nature. In the old coined each by mine, nml expressed her p'ca cure at mooting thetn once more. The solemn scoiie whirh, in this rhnmher of sickness and suffering, brought Inck to the heart of the dy ing love pf the Saviour, intiV no imagined but never described. When the emblems ol '.he r'i. V....I i i...... .. r. .....it.... ,. . . . . Vlllin-ll lll'l! n III I c I Hil 1 FU II PI 1 1 It'll rj'IIS M .chine hit ti w lueii lesied oy more , jL lhan thhty fa'tulu in thin neighlmrh md, and ! during the S ihbath noon in summer and en h is gwrn entire .ntisfiiclioti. It it o simple in it j tiiniii, sleeps the mice lovely form of M iry. -i iiairuc.ou, iiimi ii rnii uei mo tu mini. ' i .. i . c , , t. . . , I. . ; t Jtten nuve I rend on her toiiibtune, her name, , of mv reconciled Saviour, re ii mi no iron t. rul. mid 10 -intni!or ro -t- to ' "v ' bmii, not out of irinir. ti will .!.. twice an much vush- ( S', and death, and the Miuple couplet Hint ex- ins, with les linn halt the wear anil tear of am of; pr,.(.d t1P Ve and For row of 1hoc ho laid the I it,' invention', anil wh'it i of prvaier inner. ; , . , , , , , , , ,, ... , ,, , ., 'her in lur lat dark chain irr. Her history janre, il cost hut utile over IibII a much as otlmr , washing uuchnip. , wasoftrn teliear.eil by the neiehlmri1, who hud The xiihw rit'i-r hi the exdu-ivc riphl for 'or. j admired nni! loved her, hut the old man who had tlm.iiheiJa.i.l, l.'nmt.. Lc,..iiii.b. (.'..hinihii. j nrted the part cifa father to the t" nth? orpl.q.i, zerne and Cltnton Cuuutit'K. I rice nt Riuale in i- ; thine frt. H. H. M ASfEII. i wn never weary f recti I in if every virtue The folliiwirg cct'fii'at'' fiom a few ol iliiise i ami (rrace with which memory encircled her uhohave tho-cmiichine in use. ehancter. When an inf.int, her dyinir mother Hiinhtiiy, Au. 21, Pi 1. i. . ... . ,, ... ., We. the, uWiera. certify thai "we have ,,v I W commended her In the care ol hl w,!e, in u-e, in mir funilit, "Sluiceit'it I'.itent Wh- j who was an e.irly friend, nml an she had no in H M,.ctiiiie.".inJ.lo not lu -ilnte v ieiu tlni il ii r,j,ri, ( ,Pr ovvt hw hctowed all her nficc n most i xcelleiit iiivi oii .ii. That, in W'a-hinp, J . , , , . . it will .avemore one h ilt the u-uul labor.- Von on !,pr nr, 'UT- N P'n That it dnimi t reiiuiie more than one third the ( apared to render her lovely, and her uncommon limiil quantity of ho in and w iter ; and that tliotf r!oriliy of disposition mude her a nenerul not so much because it earthly hipen were j broken body shed b'oinl of the S.iviourhad bliihted, ns from the conviction that in tillering been received by the eentle aulTurer, heryotinji such a love to find a plocn in it, I hnd ili.-hotio friend? joined tiitffiii! a hymn, and her sweet red the kind friends who had acted the part of j clear voice wan heard aiuotijr them an in other I parents to a destitute orphan, and more than all, day. All were astonished at the fresh strength bad departed from the peace and love of the with which she moved h.r I nihs and rpoke. and Ui'dt emer. But now the HlruBgle i over, and j n feeling that she was not thus to po, seemed I feel that I shall soon rent in peace in the arms spontaneonlv to povcrn nil but her. S:ie cal- It was the ftrinjlo ! led each in turn to her bedside, spoke with rvp- it d lTicult to harve-t. That sown early, nd in frond order, frnws lar'e and Ion?, measuriiiff five and six feet, and in soiiierxiraordinary ensea it bns been known to measure seven feet in length, with a proportionable length of head. The i;rnin or lerry is remarkable fir its round, plump form. The small Canada core rnmes to perfection; osts likewise frow well ; Irish po- istence to the world. A basin, which may hohl such a kimrdom a France, and which lus fir its rim a circlo of mountain whoto summits penetrate ilia regions of eternal snow, U cer tainly a new and grnnd object to he revealed to our contemplation ; and its non-dieenvcry here tofore can only be attributed to its oositinn itt that part of Spanish America, (the CVnforniuf,) tn toes nre of a line quality, ami yield abundant-1 from which Spanish ji-alousy excluded every l The streams never freeze: over, nor does j foreign eye. Its existence ii now established, the snow ever cover the pround more than three Captain Fremont was in il ruu around it was between love and duty that underin tied my tore, nnH the pronpect of ni-'t itij them in gin health, nnd yet, for my own sake, I do not re- j ry, received the blessm?" of her beloved pas. g ret that my heart will soon he freed Iroiti its i tor, nnd then calling to her the young man "weakness, but for those 'vho htivn bestowed on ) whose wenk erring course had cost her so mneli me such undeserved affection, I feel most deep- bitterness, she placed her band in his nnd gent, ly. I know thnt my earthly death will almost ) ly Mid 'Prepare to meet your Mary in boa break their hearts.' ; von. A shade passed over his feature like Yuti have done wron in keeping all this the fl.ttingofa white cloud before the sun, her from tlieiti,' said her friend: they must know ' ej es closed, nnd all was over, it.' j The hushed stillness of death was ititerrup- 'I could not tell ihem,' replied Mary, '1 could ; ted only by the suppressed sobs of those who not find strength tossy to them that the wenk- , loved and mourned the early ilep'irtur.j of the ness ut my hesrt hud cost them all their suffer- ; gentle orphan. The last rays ot the si tting ing and sorrow on my account ; but if you think sun glided the distant hill top--, ns the morning r four days nt any one time during the winter. The open or prairie valleys are small; almost nil the uplands are covered thickly with Hip loftiest firs. The eurth is thickly covered with bogs, umlf rbiish, and the male fern, called by some brake. It grows in many places up to the shoulder'. This seems tn he the testimony of nil whoare in thnt particular pnrt of the country. Authen tic information of the nature nnd character of this wide-spreiid territory will soon be laid be fore the public, on tne reports of the various ex ploring expeditions under Cnptnin Freemont. A notice of the-e forthcoming documents has tilremly ln-cn published in the Democratic He view, which give n digest of the most interest ing pnrtieulnrs contained in them. TIih insu perable obstacles tn a military inarch finm the eight mouths petting round it and never out of sight of snow-capped mountains; its own ele vation being upwards of four thousand feet a hove the sea. Strength of tlia Tnillr. A party went on shore one night for the p ur pose of catching turtle, a description of which may not he uninteresting. Wc left the ship at sunset, and reached the shore nhotit dark, then hauled the boat from the bench. Ilivnj reached the place where we thought it l.kdy that the turtle would land, we lay down, keep ing n sharp look out, nnd making as little noisij as possible. The moon had risen sotnn tune, nnd was shedding her silvery rsyson these de solate regions; the opposite const in the dis'ance, which is very mountainous, nnd the ship ruling nt anchor, hnd together beautiful efTi.-ct ; Hit i im rulil'iiiB. ami const uuenilv htllc or no weai iiio i r ti mini!. Tli.it it kiiocka "f no buttons, nml I Inil die finest rl.i hen, such asenlhir, l u es, tucks, fulls, Ac, may be washed in a ve.y short lime without ti e le.ist iiijuiv, and in I'ict wiiliul hiiv tiiinii'in wear mid teni, whatev r. We iheiefiir' fin erluHv rci'iiiioiieiiil it I i our f iemls nml I i the I'Uhlic, as u liuwl Useful and luln-.r ravine lli.iehii-e. Cil ARLKS W. UlitJINS, A. .IOHHAN. curt w i:vnu. tils l'LKK.NT8. tilDIMN MARK I.I'., li.iu. tii.o. c. r.i.Ki:u, iii:..i. iii:m)i:ii ks, t;iii;t)N i.li.knrixj. f.ivorite. Among her sch vilfel'ows was n boy offew years older than herself, whose neglected train- . r . .. .1 . I .!!:.. . ... ... ..11 I : I . " . 1 I.'.. .... ... f- I. I.. . e . I ju-.ice uemnnos u, n.n n iiiem :or me. , jrroiip snelt roiinil Mie cueii in tne neparo'ii, i u i nwnra . wr.-you u..... .u.u r..,.,..... j p(.rf-,.cty r,i,ni nn,i everything apvienr- When the old fo'k heard the story how she 1 Ircmuions voice ot tne pas.or ten j o. ex,-., i,a. e ,s,i.' .,.',o...- ,. r,..........n I , , bB t,,.ppin2 in , n,'ess ofthe night, and not a whisper being heird among the pirty, 1 had for their sakee, and lor the honor ofthe re- bumble supplications. Ami wtien tl.ey ' . ; .t. ..ti t i .i i i Itgion which they had taught her refrained 1 r,wr. '"- )'""" ciaspm ine oa.x. ,.. ing. and consequent ungracious manner., won froM) ,.Vl.M vneM'in lls love, they expressed ' '.ving love had proir.-red. and the gentle the deepest regret. I temonstrniice of friends could scarcely per- Oh !' said the old huly, 'why have you done ! "'! ''im to relimprsh it. It seemed hke sun so. mv child ! We would nut think of omiosin- ' ,1,,ri"!-r '" ll,al ,""nJ ,,oly F-vm- tnii in anvhitlg., ! i,!,,,'y w,'h ,i,"1 l the hearty dislike ol nil but Mary. She felt thnt want of kindness made his heart evil, and : always strove to make him gf title nnd happy ' by winning words t il l pleasant sjniles. The 1 con-i ipience w as, thnt h became gentle and iih'igieg to her. end looked up to her as h's only and best friend, lie was a child nl'iin- lli'luctantly did these fos- . .. . i . i.i : How could I think of bringing disgrace up , ,,,r Iv"r''n,s r,ms,i-'n ," '"' " ,m',r on tl.no who hnve done so much for me V in- I "ie ' U, f rP!,,m-' !''"'. quired Mary. knew that he wns unworthy j '"palhy and deep regret -bedewed many nt. whom my foolish heart idolized, and that my i Y" '' wa8 ui.tiMfd to such gentle expressions life would only bo made wielched by uniting , of sorrow. common beauty, nnd under gen'le influences. llrnn's Hotel, (form- rly Tremout H 'lise, No. bectme even fasuinnting and refined ; but n llfi Clnsiiul st, eet,) I hlladclpliia, NTtember f .... ,.f f.ir the inisdi ed of' . . ., . . l-,r her sake thev loved and cherished the 21,, I , my uesitnv wun nts. j ' '. , ..... those to whom he owed his being, and n feel- j ,v,. ,.,,, ,1 it.n l:.i ir;. . il.n.l 'youth whom Mary once had loved, but the I be unci SliUBrrt's Patent Wasbin Machine i . ,. I 'No, retilined the kind Irieml ; 'mil ween-;' J in ,v hm,.e upwards f ,,Rht momh. and ,l .,oi i '!.' thnt be wn. degraded tn the eyes of the , ,,,, ,0 most dis,ant -(!ra ()f , ,hi,( wp j strength of early I.nU.s, and the want of a con- he-hate to lay tlmt I deem it one of ihe mo t use- world on thnt account, hnd so embittered hi . . . . , . . ri...j(,r,t i.:ln ...... trolling spirit, that CiK,ld und.-r nil circtniistnn- and valuable IwlNir-savie j machines ever niveii- Fpjrj( that hf-r love alone could sol'teu n n,l sub- I , . , , . , , . . . ,. ' cesact upon his own, gradimllv diminish 'd the . t r i- i. . .lu, ..... 1 lli v of vnnr love. And nerhnns it is not tool.ite I leu. i inriiieiiv ki in iww w",i-rn uMiiiiunii, i . . - ,1 n, ,11.. , i i j - ; .i :.: a. l .. . l.ln- ,l.! - i i . i. i i ,.. i. :. copied in wnshiuc, who now do as much in lo r""- j even now,' continued she, r,s hope whispered ' in1!''""1""" io- -i ilnys as ihey ihen ili.l in one w.ek. Them is no ! ties that bound the ir hearts seemed to strength- j ,(, , t)t. rfij heart, and in n few yean he was the wretched w. ur or tear in washiim. sml i' requires not mure j fn . j,i ()ie ovj influence too often prevails ' ' , lnhuiid of a miserable woman, w ho became the than .,..e.i!.ir.l the usual .pminty ... sosp. I h,.ve j i yvt ((jp whpn ,)(, Uenmp , mnn ft()d 'It is too late to bring buck my wasted frame ; (U iUmiU;ir t.,llMr,.. iimi ii iiiini.'ii im nil, i in i .i. hi . .... i Tn lira II, anil vnror renriil Alurv. 'vn il inor 1,1 , i k-uia how iiinerior wn the mire anil rrent e Marv f .ii'j ' i i i- this issn dei-iileiHv supeii.it tn everv thiiiii'lse s.i Ijule hnlilr to cet out of upm, thnt 1 w,,uld not j to his own dark, w ild spirit, he dared no.' hope lo wrtlHHit one if they thould coal ten ;"" "' j , ,1IM0 ,,.r d,.stinV with his own. She wi:h irice they are sold fiir, I.) A " IK L II It Kh. ' c i , ' . ... . . .. . all the hope and long fiiflering ot a rehneil ami Christian diameter, fought to restrain and lend him back whenever she saw him overcome bv l.'Mm.HI.I.AS & IVMSASOI.S, cheap ron cash. I And vet thev could never rive bun tin. recall him to a sense of duty to know thnt his..,., ' . ., - , . . henever he came to tin ir neigldnn bom) thev irregularities have caused so much sorrow. . . . . , , , t.e.ted bun as though he had been their own The young mnn was nccordingly invited to )( poV(,r nm, vf.r. ,-. their house, nnd remained with then, till Mary's pn riM)f.a ,,.,) :n ny l,Ved ho would t.ot departure, for it could hardly he called death )mve ,,,,1,,,, ,0 iK' A'k. 37 A'ui7i I temptation, littU- dreaming ev. n then that hrr wbicli U"'",!y emancipate, tier spirit, tier ; j heart wus so lunch interesled in his behalf. In- earnest exhortations nnd a consciousness that a j virtuous lite might have won her for its part- j i , . , . . .1 . . ..i 1 .i ... ...... .,....i..i n...l I IT. .1 II I I I M Tw. I...-,- t IIUHtMIU illlll i .1 HI Mill llioiiu.m.i'ii li . I ...l..l ...,.i., , . .1 i.ei-ii iiii-ii riii,i-ii f pi ' im ii iii'i ..iwi-i, ii. Vn, . .trrf nun fiirx iiflulti Hit ' J 1 ft . . ii, I' I.- f i lit ft 1 1 t i: t .. ' - ... - Nor did Ihey i those who loved bun for Iter sake believed that 1 i!,.rsij. 4Mt.'.;o. The lite accounts from the Oregon territory. i id for lheineer to hold inlercoiirse with each , ner, seemed to give him new resolution, am! rril ,, jn'iinnti.m which is given that the si t I'he distil lice, counting from the interior of M is ,'ouri to the ti. If-water in Oregon, is only nbinit two thnii-and miles; the mountains are easily pnssrd ; the whole way is practicable, even in a state of nature, for carriages and artillery; an abundant and nutritious grass furnishes food to horses and to herf cattle ; and n for the In dians, it is on proof thnt twenty-five men, with nib s find a howitzer, nmy move in safety, in spite of the hostility of finy tribe. Cnplnin F. c- mcs to the conclusion that Oregon iu the most impregnable country in the world. "In traversing the region from Misssouri to the Rocky Mountain, nn nhundance ofthe most nutritious grass is found nt nlmu.-t oil seasons of the year, superseding entirely the necessity of transporting feed fir the sutennnce of the cat tle and horses w hich it may be necessary to take with nt, expedition. After passing the moun tains, the product is equally prolific and nutri tious though of a different species, called biimh grass, to which pertains the property of second growth, spiinging up vigorously in autumn af ter the failure ut the spring-shoots. It seems to he nniversiil on the western slope of our ron t.tient, ns the buffalo-grass is on the eastern slope ofthe Rocky Mountnins ; and was found t.i'ii'ient for the sustennn. e of their horses, e vi n in thedend of w inter in the cold months of December, January, nnd Feb' nary in the deep gorges nnd on thelof'y peaks of the Sierra S e- S Ii I I a tl c I p li I a . 1AV.W.S nn Laid. other beyond the school room. re nre likely to establish laws and an iare mo hi '" (.., ..,. ,.ii., , ...., fi..r ili.u .l.v -..r I Wit II her 10 llilL'ht have lived a 1 1 10 ol lltulill- :...i ,l...,.-l..... I i. t . i i, , i i : , . i:. - ,i. . " 1 r '"in.- r," 1 ' " 71 . im, i i. t inn iii L iiiri i'iiii hi i'-i in- ill - i,-r-, ...i .' ... ... ,. c ... ! nj C, thru I'nll thnt Li character w as siiel. Iiess nnd nropriet V. liii.-i-L ii. iv l le ol I Itikei. r.i.ili'1 . iru-lli, Ul uie . ' -'J - -' - i II wns a iieuuuiiii :ai.tiaiii in ear.y auium .,,. ,.at ni.ihontv. havn ..ivenanrw best uuikin ois'op mid iiiii.i rials, ai puces Unit will : that it would bring dishonor upon tho.-e sue n.,.ke i-an .,l.j.i. i ii.C.iu try MiMcban s and . ilii r. i ,(Upi) W1T( Kie , eCollrd,rt addresses, j hat the sacrament of the Ixird s Supper w as , movements and doing in r in anu ,'Aiiiiiiiii; nia ihh.i-- jwi iin-.iiji ' of wailing fur the United Slates or (irenl llri' IK in tint elsewhere. . 23. IMf - l y HIDES SPANISH A Ml TAN'iKltS' (HI ;(0O D y Ls l'Uta Hides firrt qualny ;i.)00 Dry 1.4 iiun. do KKIO liy Pallid La tiiiira. do tiOOO D.y Sa'tut Ur il Hides lo :." Hale tiiein Hl.ed I'atua Kipt. 'Hi ISaha Dry I'a u Kips. I'iO ll.iue'i Tniiimis Oil. 'I Biiii r' and ('in iii is Tools, ; She saw thnt hp hecntiio weaker in moral prin i ciple as her inflnenee was lcs felt. She even knew that her rejection made him hopeless nnd desperate. Often, V ery often, did she feel thnt she was the only human being who could lead him into the paths of virtue and peace, yet she feared the force of early neglect and subsequent irregularities would be even strong- B'"'"1"-"rt ' Oio cl.iir. l, ot which Mary was cuiry The territory is rapidly filling up with a member. At her request, the pastor, deacons, j R(v,.turers of a roving, discontented character, sml a few of her neighbors and friends repaired ,nrit , r(,trol, property is accuum'ating, an,1. to her chamber alter the close ot the exercises glic., relations are Lrcoming more comiilic9ti.il. the surf dashing nt'ninst the rock, nlone break- I iug the si'enco of the scene. We were thus all in the exoertntion of the nppei ranee of a turtle, and s;x bell.t had jnjt gon onboard that is it was eleven o'clock, P. M. when wrs saw the first, to our great doli.-l.t. ro-.f '.n; on shore, just opposite 118. It looked like n blnclc rock moving slowly nnd stcoiii'y out of the wa ter. We did not interrupt its progress until it Im l got some distance upon the he'.ch. wh.-n a rui-lt was made toward it, and it ws immediately turned over on its hack, without giving it time either to defend itself or blind its assailants ly throwing sand Avith its flipper or fi-.s, which they do with such force that it is i-'most dantrr oiiB to come near them. It took six men thus to turn the largest that was caught ; nnd the following vic;(l' "t i ;", further show the immense, etrengil. ot'im-S'' 'i imnls. One of our men, the yeiit.er, w ni.'-n-1 uwny by himselt to the further emlo- t', h"n' t where he thought to hnve nil the rp iri to i, in self, not doubting for a moment tint ho won! I be able to turn any turtle which he fit-tut , but on the contrary to his surpr.se, rot reiug absent king, before e.-pying a large one m:.k;t.:; towards the beach, he allowed it tr. come up some way, and then ran over it, nnd attempted to turn it. All his endeavors were, however, at church, that she might once more coininemo. , j,,.,., ,n, ,l,fliCult to settle without the ar rate on earth the dying love of the Saviour. ,jir,ion f aw ,( tl. authority of govern Slowly nml solemnly they wound their way i lnent. Inevitable necessity seen.s to urge the through the beautiful valley skirted with wood- I s,.flrr to the adoption ofthe Course which has I ei than her influence; mid yet her heart would land, through which peepe, the bright waters nirp:!y ,on intimated. What e fleet this move I hope thnt he would emerg? into a higher life, ! of the quiet little like spread out nt their rr?4t ; ment will have open the i.egoeiutioti pending ' nnd be the fit companion of a tefined and vir- 1 hand ; at their left luy well cultiv.ited furni, ; between tli t'.o government, il is tl.flictit to For sale to t'ouiitry Tui.nersal the lowest prices ! tuous spirit. A mysterious sympathy seemed nnd orchard bending with li itit, while aluio-l determine, l,nt the nil iniale result is very easily il.il iipoo the l-esi term. ' to unite them, yet each felt that tin- distance , before tli.-ni rose a high hill, over whose sum- foreseen, peopled, us that country is, l.y ,'mi- kiida U'fUiher'8l ''i '"" i"" '"'J '"l between them was iminea-urahle. For uioiitlis J mil they must climb before they would reach r,n,nt from the l.'nited States, carrying with u. h u uu r. KjjjKpA.j,.j(.K s;OX.S. ; she watched his course, vtcilluting between j the dwelling of the departing girl. 'Fu n utto'',- tlli,1n f,.,.nij;?, attucluii'-ritii nn.l connections No. SI.Kouib I bird St. I'hil.delphu. ' ,,,pe and b-ar, until she learned thnt he had ( ger the scene was one of beauty, but to on a who ,)(.v ,a, ;,r,,.eil iu early life, and the republi-f-eptim'.er 14, lt44. ly. 1 ink' n to the fatal bowl, and then her heart knew w hat object ol familiar love all these had , c,n ,irii which tl.ey had imbibed in I her own sai.k. She could no longer sing as she did, been to Mary, and how soon her eyes would he . country, it would not be many years before we .-ho rew pale and wi nk, and her anxious closed for ever on all that she admired on earth, sn ,u, rvc them making propositions for minus- friend blained the dninp east w ind for treating , there was a voice of sublime sadness whispering j 1)t) mtothat great Union, w hich, at no very dm- Phvsicians sat.l in every mouiilmn breeze. Mnrv hnd counted vi:;i:tai(i.i: loin'orn, v.i.i tiik eras ov I) V S P K I'S 1 A. j mi rudely the tender blossom. Physicians sat.l ; in every mountain breeze. .Mnry hnd counted tint ,lay. will embrace and bind together the HH Medicine is olTe.ed to tl... public 6,t" '- . el'e w,i threatened with consumption, ami a.i tne Hours, anil nt last inonnun.es nun woiiiu in- , w,e,' r,, America. slly. from a full conviction thai u is .upern.r ; VIMI.d Jia should uit the All nitic coast, i teivene before their arrival, and began to tmnk ; jt,.!jPr(. troin the settlements in the my .liber m.,l,r;,, now " ' hoping that the icenu bretscs uutfH invij-orule i that Ihey delayed coming, nnd she wfsilddeurl j npj,,,,or,,(, f the Willamette Falls repre. lily Weakness. &c. l,tr il' Caymg tra.ne. without seeing the g.sid pastor, and bidding li.io : ,1prn , ,,u jn vt,ry a.(1 pri. 11 nil oiluir .lesrirten.is i.irewen. ; rr(, oon,,t on. Some emigrant, who had Why do they eotne so slowly !' oske.l she, i not been more than nine months on their new 'I fear I shall not be here when they arrive.' j farm, have n'enly for themselves and some to There is no visible alteration iu you Mary,' i "P"' I'" their countrymen, now on tin ir way. replied the vouth. wh. sat bv her bed. wall bin t Of bread, beef, fish, and potatoes, of an excel. Its I'fT.-ris have been tested in a private practice j ( )h ' bvtd the old man, when rehearsing her of neir .inht xears. and it is n,.w n...re eitenaiv.-ly , f, . , m.aine how I fell when I circiiUied, at die ..liriiu,le of many who have re 1 . ., , ., . i. ceived ihe n.o-l sional I cnmt fro.,, the u-e ef it. I "w her w.lher beneath its influence. I knew The fn!,iii,K i one su.oiut s number of crrtifi- j that my dear child must so soon leave us, tied rates received in i. Utiim to the HUIC81 of this me- j ,i()W ClU(J our tij ,l(,urs em,ire j!e without dicuie: Lcth Co. Mtuh IR. Pa. firnssr. W. Ailkn, Dear Sir; Il i with B"St p'easure that I in '""" v""7 "'""n-ams l v amornia,; wnen .mitless ; and bv some means ho gr.. hi hrtmt the wind had blown Ihe snow from some expo- Mww,n tho she, Sin ,)ie ncchi ,.,P ,n. sed point, or the yuu had melfd it in a cove, or their own l.ire fires, Im 'It ot colossal pines and ceifirs, l-.m) meltej a circle in the deep snow a bont Ihe camp. The Rocky mountains, whore very name in duces ideas of iuipa-sahiiily, nre khown to be not Ihe formidable Urriers supposed. Captain Fre mont crossed then, at four different pluces ; in stead of being desolate an I impassable, they ar shown to have tinny excellent passes, (of wh'fh tlie South P.-is is the finest,') and to pin booom beautiful valleys, cave anil parks, with lakes and ni'tieral spring, rivalling and surpas sing the most enchanting paits of tho Alpine region in Switzerland. The Great Salt lke, one of the w onders of nature, and perhaps with out a rival iu the world, (being a saturated solu tion of i!t, of a hundred miles diameter.) is for the flr-t time revealed to our view, by one who has surveyed its shores and navigated itn wa ters. The hear river valley, with its rich bot tom, line grass, walled-up mountain, hot springs mineral springs, soda fountains, volc.v itnal, by drawing; in its hevl, j unmet, an'! helJ there so tight that he ro.thl nit wtt'u'fi.w if. The turtle then be.'i.n In cntel t- v itdr Iho sea, dragging the tnau with it ; i.d h wa in imminent danger of being can iii off, w!mi ho began to call for a.sistin'e. Oi.r party '.in j somewhat a'armed at tl e crii-, th.t.king ll at some serious accitlenl had happeuetl, nr.d int niediately ran towards (he place fr,.m whir.Ii the sound prisjeeded, where we arrived in Inr? t save the pKir fellow from a wut. ry gruve. Tho turtle was close to the edge ofthe sei, sivl .ih carrying him olT at if ho were nothinc ; nor was it without som uillicu'ty that wc rrlc-.s. J him front his perilous situation, drapging tho turtle above high water mark, sml turning it over. The man got oil' with only a few bruiss, but was much frightened 5 and we nil l-v! . good laugh at him for his adventure. Rciup thorue's Memoirs on the Fistcrn Shorts v( tiio lVrsian tiulf. SlN.il l,R l'KI'SKRVATtON OF A l)En I!lDY.- 1 11 ,1 . . ., I. . .1. nicr.K-k. volcanic crater, and so I me Oil .res. j m- our im in.s.vr nl uiin.mrie, , . , , describe H lennikawe case ot an ii'iil'-c cences. an,! hair Himisaud un l live hundred feet j My w,ch c,me wM , no.j :e.. t ahovelhesea, isfi.rthe first tiuio described. ts at Revul, 011 the llsltic. It is CKit 01 lien, r Thn same ol the Surra .Ymaiu ofthe rivers l Oukede Croy, a Frenchman, who wu;. .11 ;;u .Vii-mmriMi and S,,,, J..tfof.i. which constitute ! ""!,s' " rvte under Peter the Cr-at. At i.tn .. . . . .. .. ., .; death, in the regmiMig ot the l-:h ci.ii.rv. h s; the water ot the bay of I rnnv-n.) ,iirs nalloxs. I. B fnemU to hurV tho the same ol the (.rest Oeseit, and tts Arab in- h.ly untii his heir should py hr ii, ta. ' . 1 w ..1.. ...... l 1 :.. .1... - 1 1 1 1 .. iniiij 1 nira uii-i. ..1 11.1: tuuivi, uniiiH 1,-1 , u :ai is kept in a dry room under er.inn.i, am' it mio- her. form you of ihe sue. e attending your Dyspeptic Medicine, while eii, l. yed in my p atiire. From pant espeii. n.e, 1 liro.ly believe that in eiRht cases .. ,r .en. ihe Uvsnenlic. bv the use of your medi. tine, may eiuir.ly mt biuiMlf of thia ihorn in ihe ..nii,ui. r lift,! mil onlv in lvll t,c rases, but lie soon returned, bringing his drooping flower to fade and die among the hills whete it had bloomed so sweetly. Shortly after her return, she communicated the history of her heart to one of her most intimate friends. Said she, 'I pitied the boy lor those very every indication of the uppnurli of Ihe fat. I ' lent quality, Ihey have an abundance, and hnve ,1, - 1 - - -i on adibilitsieJ stale of the lu-rvou system, toj-e. lf.trt wsf crUitied by unkindness.and rend ther with . toipid Mat. ofthe wels. will your , of sympathy ; and 1 liiir befouiidof inestimable talus. ISumemu m- " . . .. , , 1. . ..i' i .1 1, ir.-I in all esses of const ipation, sml ilisescea uei,u n lautis tor which outers iiinu.eu, mr 1 aw 1,1s rendered and when . - r ..i . . I I . m . . n Inj 1 I iiliiiI ... ciuiuti Ll.i.lt.v and i...t 'mm l.im in mtP Malices wlieiein ine use.uiness ui ...o ,mioni. n , , upcu , u pjir., f.iuiiij', vn., ,nii i... ... .-., . en reali-ed, my I fo.wanleJ, if required. I plays, he was so gentle and tender, and his flesr l-h yntl gieal success, sou rrvun.niri.u mo u.rui ine to the suffering part of mankind. Yuuis, with treat reiect. KOUEKr Ati.MCW, M. I. ' uie.-s. tiger. I trust )ou w ill not su soon leave j us as you imagine.' She sl.mik her bend, then in a low voice said, 'I shall not behold another day on earth,' and Ihen beckoned him to look (nice mors. 'They are coming, dearest,' said he, 'and w ill soon be here.' commenced commercial operation by exporting those articles to the) Sandwich Islands. The brig Columbia is engaged iu this trnde, and a profitable business is expected to be carried o'.i. They export to these Islands, w heat, flmtr, beef, pork ami lumber. In return, receive from them Itntish, Chinese, nnd American innmifacured habitants, which lies south of the latitude of that buy, and extends many degrees Fast towards the Rocky Mouutup. Noiieof these objects have heretofore been described by uny ttaVi Her. j" For sale at the stoie of II. B. Manser, agent for ihe pre"hMri Hunl ury, I'i. October StStb, 1844. If dark eyes expressed fO much gratitude, that 1 cannot wonder he became an object ur childish lo'.'B. For that I can scarcely blame myself, hut si I grew older end saw that he wis surround ed by iuch influences that he could hardly be- article! : and molasses, sugar, coffee and rice, 'Then toy request is granted,' said thodying ' .,0 ,,roNu!i f the islunds. The ullage of Ore gon cor.tai;,s sixty-two buildings, and eeversl girl. My exit will be sweet and feat less.' With slow and measured tread they ascended to her room, as though the spirit bad already '.vinged its Way lo another arid a butter land. Her pale face glowed as with uneatthly bright ness, and her voice was clear and unfaltering, as, supported on the bosom of a friend, she w el- othf r-village hivo same pretensions of future greatness. The farmer csn sow wbent from August un til January, with a certainly of reaping 1 fair posed by some that ihe composit "n 1 1 ih so I which is chaik and limesii. 1.. ) preserved it 'rriu rlecay. The b sly is perfectly dry ; s. ni" o l'n Ti... 11 , ...... ..I.;..L 1,.. 'i-tn ami wnue firs are 111 a hlr-i s . ' . ' The skin is of Itt'ovii color; and h an repre i'i t- 011 1.0 many mips, and Whoso rmirsw is traced w hi.u firji, ,.SHM..,, , Bjf. i. v.-rv (rom the Rirky .Mountains to the FnCific, is els-tic. If von strike the ches' or the be 'y, it I gives a hoH.nv soon I. The stock. nj are nearly ! .lecavi il, but the tmts are ent re, ai. i the hairs) ofthe wtj; are in a gooJ condition. There is a jewel of a ils.ns, I tl N. Ib ver, declared to have no exislet.cn but in the imagi nation of writers and map makers. Ot the go. graphical ducoveriee nnd descriptions, the most striking is that ofthe (treat Ilasin, or vast inte rior plain, which lies between the S.erra Neva da and the Rocky Mountains, cast and west, and between the 1ne MouuU'um and U'uktatek 011 the south, and embracing an area of five or s.x hundred miles in diameter. The elevation of the S erra Nevada, being more lofty than the .ocky Mountnins, account tor the formation ot compensation for his labor. The straw of that ' this Ureal I!ain, as Capisiu Fremont csifs it, sown 111 May gtowi ciy short, wliich levjatr' aud of hich he u tho first to announce its ex Connecticut, who has furnished under thes:g nature of Vona" a lew stanzas to the Com i r, expressive of tho oulgiuhing desire of her bles sed innocent little heart. The luUowic.g is a. simple. Hear the darling : With the blessings I have, my wait, sre I, I three, . Most siirq ile, nnd definite, soil ,r u tint s w..o ; I tisk 110 more thai, u n.si'Jlul tor me, A LutbanJ to lovs, with a cottage, audru'.M.