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   Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 15, 1842, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               jS VOLUME No. 10. FOKT WAYNE, U., SATURDAY, OCTOBKIl -IB. 1842. WHOLE NUMBEIi, THOMAS TIG delay'.' Thiu gcnvrully considered orator siit down, happy in having iH-Menid his ninidtii lie WHS, Imwov [er, mr.irmL'd by ihe Spiaki-r dial he iV :dui-u hid ruttdlution lo wilting. I'iinlhur rorc ugtiiti, iuukud wildly around tin House, and enquired: -Wlii-iu in die furltdJ had Dull' Uit-uniuck himself lie told ho had gone to his litilu said "illr. Siu-akur, DuQ m' ni.il we Dull' don'i bland Iu th, nick H litilo (iff in wity when I wuni iin-'ri uilur, and I won't vuli; wnli liitn to cup The Speaker of iho House was a t.C wiliiiitl lihuwiai! an ellieie..! biininoas inmi; h'.-p.esidcil wiih digiiily, but the rich vi-in itf dwruil him nn tilyeci of junloitHy. he wi.uid lie v.liolo. Tho inir-ducaltid mcinlicia him with pecuha. su-pici-m, at-d d.eiidod hisMiliro. I., u Mnuudi whii-h he liver, ho played upon IIIH tiHsunied name Into hcc could tK farther go." illislt-r J.mriy U'C.miKjr. n man of n ho'noi, weul OKI hltss ISiady, a nici! it-le h dy, an.! Ireated In brunily, :ind sjiunjji: candy, and IIKIM- things HO daiuiv, d kisses in pl.-uty. H it ul length M'K! nv, cri-w awlollv mellow; am! ns'hu walking nnd lalkinK, ivilli pic 1) llradv, lilile litclv. a I' iix., (1 it was nnne'.ih.) hi- i-r p.M-lu-l.aed cleared like n Mn.-k.-t. Sill sixin he ivliili; Irnck- ht was (..akiiM.. an.i IiMnhms him, whtr-litlk- Ivan heaving, and le.iis her ey.-s and ih'ii I.N Nnnorwduld pity pour In .nhicli lie ilauci'. Pour liltlr .li.my! of 3QQ Carrier Pigeons Jrom 't> V 1 i L ecidt- ti match, witnessed in ni-igh-iiuihoml of oil Tiiiisday, iho I2ih ultinio. Abouf 300 pigcons'bolonging forwarded u few days -trcvioua lo -Wr., iViunix. hrniliL-r of onu of .the, pieinbqrs for thu lionmgli, wiih a riiqurst that'hb'w'ould Seo ilii-ni Inirly slaited at 6 oMoclc on the above moi ningJ This request wim nccordinglr coinpiiL-iI wiiht ihe -wholu of -the pigtons-hav-, Ui'cn starlvd on their journey almost from fllr. Munlz's teaidouco al und iiftor making Boinb ruction, nnd Cuvuiudiuy (i.Trceli breeze, .JheyV ttx-re out itl'sighl in a few minutes. Wrp' Aioniz hits ,-inco received inlollige'nce of iho. amviil of ihu whole flock, Jirsl pi-' renchcd'AiHiVi-rp Ul.'.Iialf past niiio o'clock the saino inurnitig, i.-ipid siicctissinn by thq others, in fives H'tiH pigeon rciiched destination aV Mii'piisi hui. Rstimiiiiny llio diflbrence'ffoiri7 (u- Antwerp in line) al 30 U mdes, und allowing fur ho diHl-ieneu in limo tlio (wopomla hr Ixrd would appiiar to havo' trdvoilod il i hi; .sin nrisiug velocity' onitncty" ihiloa :an-Hint! li. is not ilie Ic.-isi aingiihir'.fuBt lectt-d njih inn mutch, ihatomongatso largD; i numhci ul pigeons not one should huvo vauderud from tin homeward course. I'.EU ANNUM IN ADVANCF If I1 Ul) IVIT1IIN SIX MONTHS. 83.0.0 AT. THE END UK Tllli Letters on inriKt be nuid r they will not in. iiiPurlcil for Tea ;lino for throe, t-'ivu tents r.rr. each lliret insLTiiims, cuiigiftiing of 10 tim or over; but no inlvi-rtUvmutii iiinirtwl fur lcs> .tLau JobAV.irit un die iiicitlmtnl cxiicnscii; we have charge'! ho lowest cash prices for it, and it ought in istice to be paid Jbrliiwilh. It will noon lie necessary to in tt winter's ujipiy of nancr, Ac. for llitt.incuna of doing vhiuii we muGt depend on those who to us. There lire some minor nfiUiis :iUo sucIJ, for iiiKtjinue, an hunk del ts, journey-ion's; wages, food and clothii.fr. rnul, (axes, nil reijuiru a. litt'c of the noedl'ul. uve tried the plnn ofworkin- (br nothing anil niltng quite long enough. We cau racked up lo IN llMt lor n 1 in... If atmol ill citing. 'Jinny.' sold I'.-j. you hadi.'i yn iji-ltei Itt tne pmni n li CllAKGC, Ono of lliosu lion illi-rt Uiivcllmg Ci'iiueeiR'tlt n iii ve, was tip it liirti' ill iu.il siile.ttl.hhl.i-ih solicit r., him: uul crieapc wiiiii'iicfiiiiiing inqutn-d .il'a yuuiig Lilly was alteudanei: a! il'.e g.ui-, Is-iw iiiin-i, h. liudlopay befoic he Uirii-r. 1 liio.- A'II. i- ihe for single ill.- evilly UiMi-p.-ne.-, ihv half., fn one ..flh.- M.I.I.I..SI hits o: biK'i n-e, eh! am I nglilf buit ihe dandy, ft.-t.-lmg in pock- is Jiir his L-lrurgr. ct'iit-. isti, il y-u f-i.nl ih'-lady. 'In y.iur uf hiyhway-iiidu, you: w.. man, xou xvili t-uiilrnr. lh.: HI in. mil ol you. dumuiid timl i im  in vn'w. of ih.: ireM! n day about the are pmli .ibly not nvnic Ihal ptinli-rs sniil. and t nil ol (heir own; ami are noi ol'icii iry locmiiuli'.n will .-ni.i thu in ihus lincfly licctimingii mini of let IMS. Thw limited cducnlion nsofnl to ini in ulttr hie, wltuii ho lice inn: n itivo of ihu f..r ho ncq lirvd iho ml T iinliing Hd nniny liiiioid ingullicr as would uiss, in a crowd, lor his nainu. Lilm tnost n-iii men of tl.e Koinun In: iu> iitive uf liia'lwJii'.iuuna Panther was llio IKIIHU In which In- tl'n-wcrud wild equal jirido iind iiletimnc. This Insllimis jiionoi-r llns nlrtmly hud ;i .Siiigtieil liini in lite of'l iu Ijnl jo inuirh i.s ruroly writlcn nf nny ....-in wlci.so iinius oluvules liini iiliuvu thu cotiinion MIUSH f limits by whom ho aurrnuiidud. Ai'wlnn jianicuinr puri'iJ King-Tail 1'iiii-ittr tn it is knuwn. lis tiailiuhi flctiivvcmviil, lliiil ivhiuh Inctd him in (lit) lino of nuerniuni, wnt  nn a ru'ul ihrnngh lo I.miliu, ur Twenty praiinr? tu'vttr n till your hi.', I ici-knn! nlr. Hp.-ak.-r, 1 elatiml of I lib 'vie nesli'in, nnd I'll a s.-lmohmisKT to are n innrricd man, a many tilings as you lun't nud< rstand now; hui velhur it'd worth' ilinmgli no much lo letirn BO lit-e. the charity hoy said vcn lic.got lo tho of ihu alphabet, id u maltur of loslo, I ii'.ik il isn't. pnblie taMr, 10 be and ta making ip ll-irdishno (loiilit ii u., M-h; Inn   M. ne Ihan 1" olhers. and wlial is a however, in oo of had taste in t primer. This inuinlit MIIUK are than HKMU of nnu if all a liihh is iml ctsfed in llu) eapacious maw of Mi'-h Us no rule should IllllKL-i. foisnolh n.'.. ittlffrtt to a .smf.-il. Mtnniiitih i.f one of'l ii; lack a-.hiy nulilicinint in lh.-.slt i, o weiik Ihal liKciinniil rnosl i lei him water nd iiilk The punter rannol suil very nne, nui think hlui cverv liceaii-e .liiu mjniiiH uill mil hu Mtilrd, and many loru do havo inihtjit-ndrncn io tlnnk tr 1 icriiridvri. Tim f.ildu tin- Old mant tit aim ittid hit in inuial, ud iMjhiibly if  pu-c it.i, fit; r gnanliaiiH, or b'rclh-i-n, nr ally of .Jh.iM: limes who stand lo nuditrn in it of ihe Huil one pound of flour, a quaner ofa pound of Inowti und n t.ulo. in iwo uf.wiilur, for, un it afh-rwards atimd unlil it becomes milk warm, hulllu ii and cork il close. It will he 111 in Iwcnly loin hours. pint of linn will nmkc poundd ol' Lady's .'Jnilutd llcg. iiiolhur.s hku Givo l'i I'leenuse limy put iho ftctijj of llicir small in "csiAi.r, CAi-a." thai tut ill u piudvlil wilo liuy a yum-i.-iu aiiyel l.v lim out lint t hulb u iroud wifu hait lli'i devil al hid elbow." CAIMTAL, Thu Hay Staid Dcmocral races eaiitiif and eiluel, in iliu lollowiiij; "are lliL- likit Give it Itecanstl they mould itiih (J and will ninke u bust il." t lireii Buvenil coinlialai IH uf a.) nr nil of vunun, und ho In! nil' inn-inyur, ears, nnd a KOI tan tiostc, in ihu Ad il may hu rendily certain in.sMiycs in hi.1 lull DIM us won; not is nil i in i'U n ted nu tun of. "nil I'anlhrr wna, however, i isicrt-ut ctii'ii'-h o aiiui'li liimself In u tnuin IIT ul iic-niittinutib, whuchuirtlully irrolu his ml resolutions when over In; conic fur n aid Al un curly ol llio first sc.--.siun of iu (.lenerul As.-iunujy, tliid ini-muer nrosi-, nd when iho Sponltcr had eiilloiinin frimi Fishing King-Tiiil '.uilliur nrncccdcd lo nay: "Sir. HpouUer, tlmrc ar u heap of difletcncc icli by and soiuc ant jiyl imturully uur oil the days of their lives. This as njilst, us up a dou ID iniiliu nn orliu of her puor litllo fawns in tint L liyhl ra.nl rich man wmild feel u vu-iur wilh Itsd monoy. But such is llio can-unkeiun-i churuckT of of iltiwo dingM ild ariulocmeioA, (hui lim tnoru hu julca up ho more he hones urler monoy. HIr. Hptnk-er, a rich mun id liltu u putil ILT, und I Itnon nhuut thu varmint. When ]JL in Uic iiog range, whur iliu snivel must ur' ho will kill half u dozen ahoieri ii i niylil, whon ono wmild i n him fur i upper und brcukladi. Thuy ar'oncommoi if they ur'n't I wis i I may bo ?ihol vilh a big boro gun. They aro as do-truclivu on poor as n gang of what hieaks into a coin li.-ld in rousing ear lime. Th.-y crack ail bulbru them iku a hcjisu IOOAO in a canu brake. A down in the kind of poi h is il.-edl.-sS hi (hat, Innu duv forward, ihu minded docliinn ol' It I'linlhur, in relen-nce In inli'imil im-iiDvemimt, has previtilcd in (hu U'gislalivc culincilH of IVIiciiv ol ihe pair. hidy wapiti s. hi-i parnils fiii-ndiv uiifl Tin: Uner was but m.m thu ilnv liiii had uelf appointed for iliu n inlinUi. -she .ih.pL'd wilh a Scuh'hman. wim.u "name wa.i This lu-en lei HI me lime paying his eonn to iln: iieaeh <-i..us darnel, and having laken hn In iSYtv Voik, ihrr attiod hur. LVliinpilt, conduct hud hticti mitiiepiesuiited hy ihe ir.-ariermis pair, had ivruiir-.: ID and obtained, :H we Dialed abovu, a v.'idiel in his favcir, at which .ill anpiainled wilh ihe acts uf ihu ease miiMt heuinty ii-jnirc. ttaslon TALKING OK WOSlliN AND DANCING. believe a wmiiiiii wunlu ilu n great immensely fond iniiiinii. 1 remember once m my hie used to Ilirl wti one who was u great lavuiilu in a provhicia town wheiu I lived, and was luvnr.l u hull 1 iiiir, and eo.ilided lo me llint bhu had I u-m pri.-di.iiuu ul Iho ba 1 wad uul of the 'TImt was u him lo you Iu buy ihe suid Dick. you'io ttuid The hr-kemllVn-.! lw.. huudi.'d; pi inc.: would lake uulhiin; Mloil hundred. Alter thinking .if usury, di-h red eh.'cks. hanknipt acl, lln- irunslets lln. pint., his iiwiniillk-. saying, -Send ,mr lo llu; lor ynur It is nn.u -cesfiiuy in Miy that whi-n ill noney i-amu the   prince Inlh this a prot-f ofb.ai.-i 'I'he financier too lute, ihal hu is u belli.r el win L liuars, liri'iitix niiil ihan IT The editor of nV .Milli> Point Ili-rald thus ucconi.N IW ilm ori-nii of His Mf-nilicniii KI.-W persons m', awan- linw ihn favmiti. ex ires si. m timl in Iho South und Wesl uf it It. fnsl bKciinii.- lo h.- used. Two raW Onlcli mun fiom ihu laml of Ivroiit" und lund..d in ihe Slate uf and selllud in Ihn WUOUH snlnu hundred mneh ol" llioiliinyen.nl proximily of wolvuf lunilicrf. Ill-sirs and oilier wild vannhilH, lha iney were afiaid lo wulk lo the wnuils evn in ..pen One limit! win be.-n onl in the garden Io pull somu ia dishes, discovered an innocenl Irrmblin-, rabbil mannching anay al Ins cu obliges; I'wi magnifying danger scared him and xviih hai Blanding erect and a pnlu cnmilenancu, he rusliL-d inlu Ihe IIDUHC "O .foki I silicon de Hear, he isii mid oui di -fid up frntti his hiding place; Ihu iwo ran buck about fifty fuel nnd hulled wilh dread varminl. The lir.sl omnliims of fear Mibdide.l. and every Him- remaining I'o liunr u whig -'appeal lo iho candn! uf all purlies." ol-1 Ed Tin' Scmiii (lirzt'ihs m n whining nr-lido about tin- pruspecld of huniyliled mukes the following admission; sMiillers have bo.-n worse and worst-. IMces iiro down, lubor is nul well rewarded, und money it. ttcurco beyond Hi-ally il ii as ns a whou-cr of-U-r u uullry day, 10 find Iroih in n Whig newa-piper. Hut eim tile Uuzellu infunn. nliiiut wlial tinio we aic lo u.xjiuct fulill-mcnt of ihu Federal prediclJon ofconfldoncii rcHlored. high prices for Hie fanners' produce, and two di-Hutd u day utid roa'sfbeef (or tin: 'laboring men, which wna lo follow so i-los.-ly on the heulsof ilia election ol'u-wjtig I'a-ijiiJfiK. For out own parl  Ohio Statesman. run A wag, a liiw years .since d ionic i-yo wash of n quark ocnhs whieh he The onilM, (Kit .-sharp sighted, disuovi'rcd Hide was SOIIK delect iu [hu eye. Inn though! U so liiflinj, that he acuieor no pay. Tin ua- took (lie witsli and depart, d. In a weol or so alter hi: returned wilh lln- empty viu dorlorl'said lie. -your ritufl' has wli.-lly my at lln siiinu -.prniiif; llu! lids i.l" ihe cmjiU socket with his ro llio horror of ihi-Cciue li-fore. Well! dear your money.1 -Hoi you must innrp, What is five lollars l'i me compari'd wilh ih" loss of an ryul1 the wag. y.m will givi: mn two hiindreil iitill.ir.---, will a pledge lo expose yon; but if y.m do unt, you forthwith and you un: a uin.-d man.1 Thu quack forked over il check for the ,-V. Y. FORT WAYNE TO NON-PAYING SUDSC1UBEUS. 'The mbucribera lo the Sentinel would 'oblige making immediate payment of Uieir We ore ralhcr puibed for money nowj ftnil as the amount due from each iinHvi--dualtabulomali.whilu collectively il unonnU lo a large uum, they might cattily, by a 1 Wiiu pour as her.se f, but ihnugh she could not lely on my pursi-, shu had every lo ihe hall in piopi-i Wow uhal d.. you think il go in cotton, I rclured Dick. again, you'd never guess it; anil .inly a wmnaii could have hil on llu: expedient. .It was iho fashion in ili.uu days tot ind slie proposed painlilig her 'Kiel, said iho doctor, 'and t.hu relietl in me lor lellmg her It Iho was ain> C'-And was H? said Uiirfy. 'Don'i lir in a hurry Tom. 1 complied on condition, mum-ly liml 1 should be jou eiied Uit-k. capilal said Tom U.irfy. not us.ifu uddcd the inlornipl mo said tin doct ir. (iol soiiiti rust! pink iiccouliuyly, and 1 duty all Ihe in io make .1 tighter fit ihan I id on lutlu Jinny; a id it prettier j'uir I never stiw.' 'And him weal to thu da id Dick, -Shu did.' 'And ihu trick miecuudodr added Duify. 'So said I 10 docior, 'llint several ladled naked her to rocoimmnul hur dyei to ihom so vou HUG wlial u woman will OPINION Thu Chruuiclo -suy.H "thai -if polilicimia tuul.l'tetpeoplu atniiu. ihe coininy fivo yeura u eomilry will be'uf 'uiuxiiiiiplud. wili soon ha vi! a gold nnd silver cur-I'nev, und if ihe'lninks pcrmillud io uul of i-xislnuce allojjulhcr itd their eluir-ns rxpire, und no now ones created io supply lli'-ii place, thn next timo Wt: hear llin cry of distress, il will ho caused by sunie-hlng than aderungement of ihu don't object to all Hanks, bul only Hanks chain-red hy Legislation, uilli wlneh aro denied io who uro Neilher do we object lo paper monoy, but we prolesl nuainal llio power which a inw rich men now of issuing three, jour, five, and ten in [inpcr fur on., in siM-cic. If wo niust liuvu k-mands of will create ,1-it will a.nancr currency, in which iur.cvery clullar n c'ri-nlaliun there will he u dollar io ru-dcem il. It much thcmeelves. We hope they will pvo .m lift tftU Ume, us it is not often that we trouble them with duns. The cxpcnaca of publlNliing large a paper as the Sentinel are necessarily very liciivy, mid nothing but prompt payment will fnsUin uo in Hie uiidotlakiug. Since we have Iboen in the ofllce, Hie whole amunnt received for Aha Senluid in mUliuir enough to pay iho faper we IIO.ITC used. Our realtors iminl be aware .that we cannot itand Ihia way of doing hiwincaii onuch longer. We ahall be under (lie necciaily Xf discontinuing all jmwBrt not paid for he lor Abe end of the pruacnt year, n" nuiMt cnilcn rorloreduc6 our expetiditurea vilhin our in aomc. We will abo take llio old SCRIP, for two year to the Sentinel; or on Printing o accounts at the rstfi of 75 cnnla I thfl dollar, but no chance given. haTO n few hundred dollars due us forprln Jtagtnd ndTertiiinp. whieh ought to paid right ra-n[ rich man, ihan n short tailed n a b'ur hum. Now, Mr. Speaker, ihur valk before, you got pools Cli hu mil pu in pilo you." 'ihe slory wind und hnod rimlankerous nu.l bragged ..bout what he would ih, ihu by cat and ITS smilingly would say Co il hauls. CITV LA urns. City ladies boast of lie-ing moio delicalc ihan eounliy maidens. The one lirouthes an air poll mud wiih many liousand lir, Mills, Ihe olh.-r inlndeH thu irei'Ze fteslicned iho nun hay. Tho ono diiuks water from thu pump, or impurr pipus from iho open hnrt.0 non.l; ilm oilier p.uns it Irurn (he nioMS coviTud hiickot, or dips it from the pnr.t spring. The widks over iho hind pavninents, a Ion y the dusty piles of bricks; hu oiliur trips uvor (ho soil nhmg iho graceful mws nf troea. Thu one is palu and sickly, from watching til Iliu eonrert; iti- olbur is ruddy and hmilthy, fium rising wtii; tlio morning hirdu. Tho orm is ihu lily of green lumst-; tho other is the rosi besido tho slone wail. In Iho city is sret iind iiilmire.i ihu ingi-mimM handiwi.rk u mail; in llio cnunlry aro traced nnd hullowut Iho stululytiluppiiit'u of Ihu hoii.-u havo -smurlly ihu mujurily. Jo Jim think, a gany nf wolves, whon corner tin old buck, won! pull him lown? they will tin that I iVhiin u noil ot a hunter Ireus a fat old t'ur, ho will do his Imutu wt tk, no we Imvu ihn rich uiun coruerci now, in a aorta quandary like; and I move, Mr. Ihut we row uji Sa 1 Rivur. I an llie divide and kc.'piu' ii. Il in'; fact, und 1 know il, that wu cmi't ti.lut innnev ii'jiu niio niiiu am! yivu il Lo anollior, dial would hi; onpojuilous nnd onluwful; but wi; en u iiiku 'cm Mluiil'indiciihir, and llio way wo can cjEonoriilu would uu pretty 1 move, Mr. ihal wo en-net u loan afliuo law, iho iliult; to puper, mid the way ihe boy a will horr, ii will bo slick and greasy! They -.vill nuvi.i piiy it buck 110 how you can fix il. Ihe Sliili- witnii money agin, lay on ihu tuxua nbout an thick asi daubing a new culiin afort ChrialiniH, and the rich aro iho yuller flu vena nf Ihoso prairies what will lbrk.it von UIIEUMATISM. Take wniin double Scotch and ap-ily il round ilu; und and add also, si-cundum arlu m.hi nloul Iliinn.-l pi-llieoai, ami remain al humt it Irasi long cnungh ID pnl them BUSTLE, Mover, wiihm our ruco was there HU much buttle uhoiil tin: nannur iu which our fiiMiionablti ladies dress, ut piesunl. Every hmiv is talkiiiff alioul i, aro c.onlinual'y wriling about u, anil amne of ihe pliysi. -inna havu declared il in-urious to hualih. The ladies, however, have Ihcir backs HJJ, nnd al iliu Intsllc lliiil is miulo nbont il, llluy ur" du-termined lo have iht'ir own wtty nnd stirk il mil- jManhallan M Jk'inl'lVlUeo" wak r. Tl.e alleinpl "l her wen-l.'l' m hills, OS lnifi.ru alaleil, m a Jdinp ill" silviT. weighing 30 moiled nv the fnc, iho hex liavmit einpluu on iho ut'ck to ua n biiclial fur it-utor po Ilm F. jr. is of opinion ihal u toad was the aninml creulml, and a woman ihti lust. Murk Illi; improvement, .-ay-, he. imiilu in six days, and hush up forovnr nboui your aloam-H upn, rnilroadu und   

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