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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - April 22, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana K ill i i Alii a w 1/ m. Glik a vol , saturday april 22, 1837. No. 776. Corporation ordinances. An ordinance to regulate tin lice sirm of groceries and tipping mouses in the town o i Liana Polis and for other purpose. Be it ordained by the of the Tom of Indianapolis that a tax of fifty Dollar i or admin be levied on each License to sell by a less pm entity Ihm nne Quirt spirituous liquor foreign or Domestic or o keep what is commonly a Alied a tipple up House within h bound = of the corporation and no such License Hall be granted to any person who has not received License before application to that Board of trustees irom the Board doing county business in the county of . 2. All for lice is to sell spirituous Liq ints As afire said or to keep such House shall be Jojade to the trustees at their stated meeting accompanied with tie certificate of fifty Freeh tilders within the corporation setting Foith the it the applicant is of Good moral character and a proper person to be licensed As Well As the adv int Ige and necessity of granting such License. Sec. 3. All applications for License made in pursuance of the provisions of the second Section of this or Dina oct shall be referred to the committee on licenses for their examination and reprint. Sec. 4. No License shall be Grante in for a less term of time than one year. Sec. 5. If any person or persons shall sell by a less Quantity than one quart any spirituous liquor foreign or Domestic or keep what is commonly called a tipping House within the Bounds of said corporation without having first obtained License As aforesaid he fee or they on conviction thereof shall forfeit and pay the sum of fifty dollars. A Sec. 6. If any person or persons so licenced As aforesaid shall keep a disorderly House or permit any per son to become intoxicated in his her or their House or sell or give spirituous liquors to any person when intoxicated he she or they on conviction thereof shall pay the sum often dollars forfeit his her or their License and be disqualified to renew the same for he term of one year from the time of conviction. Sec. 7, any person guilty of obscene or indecent con duct or of using publicly obscene indecent or Bias Jih Emous language within the Bounds of said Corpora Tion or appearing intoxicated in the streets thereof shall Forrest and pay for each and every such offence the sum. Of three dollars. Sec. 8. Ail violations of this ordinance shall be prosecuted by action of debt in the name of the Quot trustees of the town of Indianapolis Quot before any Justice of the peace of the county of Marion residing within the limits of said town. And it is hereby made the duly of the marshal to m Ike complaint of any known violation thereof to any such Justice or to the president or Auy member of the Board for the purpose of Brin Inar the offender to Justice. Sec. 9. On complaint being made to the Board of trustees of any violate n of the sixth Section of this ordinance against any person so License it i the Board shall direct their clerk to Issue a citation to the person a Rains whom complaint May have been made requiring 4iiin to appear before the bored within five Days thereafter and show cause Why ids her or their License so granted by said Board of trustees shall not be resin Deil and revoked which notice shall he served by the marshal at least three Days before 1 he Day fixed for the hearing of the complaints on which Day the Bani shall proceed to hear and determine such complaint and if it shall appear on such hearing that the complaint is True judgment shall be forthwith Rem lored upon the records of the Board that such licence be rescinded and revoked from which time such License shall be null and void. Sec. 10 the service of Uch citation shall be by r Opy and the clerk Snail at the same time he makes out the citation in Nish the marshal with a copy of the bad o u l. Terms.�?50 per annul in Advance for 52 numbers�?$3 of at 6 mouths$3 50 at the end of the volume. will be discontinued unless at Iho option of the publishers until arrearage Are paid. I Nice for lines or less three insertions,00 for cach additional insertion,25 cents. Longer advertisements charged in purport Iii. A Liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. Chances a Occi and petitio7is for divorce will be inserted the requisite number of times for $2 00 and to insure Iligir publication their Oney a zest accompany the notices. Cin plaints of instal tonci 00. All orders for advertising Ruai a distance must be accompanied by the Money or they will not receive attention. The postage must be paid on All letters to the pub. Lishers or Thev will not he taken out of the Post office address to Spring. Ali e. A. Is Laughlin. Queen of the verdant Hill and flowery Vale the Leaf Clad Forest and the bal Ray Grale. Where Dost thou stray so Long Queen of the Sylvan Bover where Jassamine twines where Rosy morn in soft eyed splendor shines where is thy pan and hark where is his song Ohtis not heard within this Forest Glade he tunes his Rural pipe beneath the Shade where Woodbine wreathes along where branching boughs with Graceful foliage Bend. And plumed choirs in varied chorus blend strains of wild Melody to mock his song. Hope whispers wistfully Quot not far away Quot a yet trembles fearful of a Long delay or e or Why train is seen for frowning Winter shows him Loath to go and Ever and anon with sleety Snow obscures thy favorite carpet ? teeming Green. Haste gentle Queen in Eden s Pristine Bloom Sweet Harbinger of love and Beauty come on the mild West wind borne tis time the Early Lark essays his wings and from his yellow plumes tie Dew drop flings to mount the azure sky and Wake the morn. Tis time the embryo Blossom deck d the Trees with Honey d cups that tempt the Humble bees Forth to the fragrant Vale languish the humming Birds at Early hour to sip the dewy sweets from Flower to Flower and sport their tuneful pinions on the Gale. O or Hill and Dale from morn till noon i stray from noon till eve still wend the mazy Way the leafless Trees Between no purple Violet meets my searching Eye. And where the Moss Crown d Rivulet murmurs by the cow slip fairy Flower is not seen. Nature for shame is naked charming Queen she blushes for her Robe of velvet Green and tints of heavenly Hue complaint and charges exhibited against the accused who shall have the right of evidence in his rpm Mantle round the Fah forlorn Quot birr Quot. H la veal blog Ems he redwing a by mph ado Board no judicial judgment May have been Iron Una de or Proee ring c a fenced for the penalty specified in said sixth Seddon. Sec. Ii. The stated meetings of the trustees shall be on the first monday in eat h and every a Iouli. At 4 o clock p. M., until the Quot first monday in october Antl subsequent la at Early came delighting. Sec 12. That All ordinances and Par s of ordinans s coming within the Purview of this ordinance he and the same Are hereby repealed. This ordinance to take effect and be in Force from and after it Publica in. Ordained Alid established this Lith april 1837. Attest Joshua Soule or. Prei t Board of trustees. Hugh o neai., ctr. April 15 773 Orn. And wreathe her bosom with the Pearly Dew. Let tuneful pan the Sylvan boys Advance Quot knit with the graces and the hours in dance to Lead their Queen s Brigit Way again the Halcyon Days of Joy Liall be loved Rural walks and Rural minstrelsy. And Blooming Spring Reward Here poet s Lay. The lists and All the glorious panoply of chivalric warfare. It is True the knights were not clothed in All the Armor in which the Gallant gentlemen were wont to array themselves in those bygone limes for Quot now save their Good Broadsword they weapons had none Quot Liere was no Squires either nor pursuivant nor had they Shields or lances or visors. They dispensed with All the cumbrous forms of past usages and arrayed themselves in the simplest attire trusting to one weapon alone and their own Stren tii of Arm for death or defence. And indeed it was a most fearful sight to see two Gallant gentlemen thus arrayed against each other. The place selected for the combat was four or five Miles Distant from the City and although they met at an Early hour about seven o clock in the morning the crowd of spectators already assembled was to me a source of no Small astonishment. I happened there acc Dently and hearing on All sides that a groan Duel tvs no inf to Plano i determined to add one More to the number of god s image both White and Black that were following the gentlemen combatants who were Riding rapidly a head. After a violent struggle i reached the place of action just As the parties were arranging themselves for the contest. There were two friends on either Side mounted on horseback and one of the seconds in a very Clear tone of voice was Reading the rules that were to be observed during the Progress of the Duel Wlinich is Well As i could hear them were As follows that when a sound was Given there should be a cessation of hostilities when the seconds would interfere and know if the challenging party were satisfied. Secondly that the parties should especially avoid wounding the horses of each other and if that occurred the contest should Visconti Niue in gained. The prominent Points of their histor Are before the world and will go Down unchanged to posterity. In the Quot revolution of a few Ages this fair portion of tie continent which was theirs has passed into our Possession. The forests which afforded them food and Security where were their cradles their Homes and their Graves have disappeared or Are disappearing before the Progress of civilization. We have extinguished their Council a res and ploughed up the Bones of their fathers. Their population has diminished with lamentable rapidity. Tii Ose tribes that remain like the Lone column of a falling Temple exhibit but the sad relics of their former strength and Many others live Only in the names which have reached through the earlier accounts of travellers and historians. The causes which have produced this physical desolation Aro in constant and Active operation and threaten to leave us at no Distant Day without a living proof of Indian knife rings from the Atlantic to the immense desert which sweeps along the base of the Rocky mountains. Nor can we console ourselves with the reflection that their physical condition has been counterbalanced by any amelioration in their moral condition. We have taught them neither How to live nor How to die. They have been equally stationary in their manners habits and opinions in every thing Buttlieri numbers and their happiness and although existing for More than six generations in Contact with a civilized people they owe to them no one valuable improvement in the arts nor a single principle which can restrain their passions or give Hope to despondency motive to exertion or to virtue. Efforts however have not been wanting to reclaim the indians from their forlorn condition but with what hopeless results be have Only to til the farther will of the combatants was Ascer cast our eyes upon Vliem to ascertain. Whether trained and not to be conducted on foot As it was the cause of Titis failure must be gloomy Forest before and behind her and the nearer trampling of her ravenous pursuers she almost sinks under her anguish Only the recollection of the infant that she holds in her arms Only the desire to save it occupies her heart and Vilh difficulty enables it to Bear up. She venture to look behind her. All at once two rough paws Are Laid on her shoulders and the wide open bloody jaws of an enormous Wolf hang Over her head. It is the most ravenous beast of the troop which having partly missed its leap at the Sledge is dragged along Vith it it in vain seeking with its hinder legs for a resting place to enable it to get wholly upon the frail vehicle. The weight of the body of the monster draws tie woman backwards her arms Rise with the child half torn from her half abandoned it becomes the prey or the ravenous beast which hastily carries it off into the Forest. Exhausted stunned sense loss she drops the reins and continues her journey ignorant whether she is delivered from her pursuers meantime the Forest grows thinner and an insulated farm House to which Ide Road leads appears at a distance. The horse left to itself follows this new path it enters through an open Gate and foaming it stands still and amidst a Circle of persons who crowded round with Good natural Surprise the unhappy woman recovers from her stupefaction to throw herself with a loud scream of anguish and horror into the arms of the nearest human being who appears to her As a guardian Angel. All leave their work the mistress of the House the Kitchen the Thresher in the barn the eldest son of the family with his axe in his hand the Wood which he had just Cleft to assist the unfortunate woman and with a mixture of curiosity and pity to learn by a Hundred inquiries the circumstances of her sino Fular appearance. Refreshed by whatever sought in the can be procured at the moment the stranger Gia in Olden times when Phillip of Tancredi killed Princis Les of die efforts or in their a plication dually recovers the Power of speech and ability to his opponent s horse at the pass of Roc Alles has not yet been determined hut give an intelligible account of the dread fill trial and the Battle was carried on foot to foot and the important experiments a hich Are now Niak-1 which she has in Vergone. The in sensibility with Arm to aim. I Vas very much pleased with Titis ing will probably Ere Long put tie question at which fear and distress had steeled her heart be last regulation inasmuch As i am very much at-1 rest. During More than a Century great Zeal i gins to disappear but new terrors size her cached to that Noble animal the horse and Al was displayed by the French court and by Nany j the dry Eye seeks in vain a tears she is on the though i Felt deeply for the lives of the gentle of the dignified French ecclesiastics for the con Brink of Quot boundless misery. But her narrative men themselves yet no Small portion of my in version of the american Al origines in Canada had also excited conflicting feelings in the bosoms Terest was Given to their Noble steeds for cer and Learned and pious and zealous atm i of her auditors though pity commiseration Dis mainly i have Seldom seen two flyer animals than themselves wit i Noble Ardour and intrepidity to May and Abhorrence imposed alike on All the those on which they were mounted. When the this generous work at what immense personal i same involuntary silence. One Only unable to word was Given to take their places the horse sacrifices we can never fully estimate. And it. Command the Over Pou ering emotions of his heart which the French gentleman Rode appeared to is melancholy to contrast their privations and suf-1 advanced before the rest it was the Young Man understand instinctively the order. There he firings living and dying Willi the fleeting memo a with the axe his Cheeks were Pale with Afi Vight rials of their . A few external ceremonies his wildly rolling eyes flashed ill Monod a ire. Affecting neither the head nor the heart and which Quot what Quot he exclaimed Quot three children thy Orfi Are retained like Idle legends among some of the children the innocent the imploring boy the in aged indians Are All that remain to preserve the Fant sickly suckling All cast out by the Mother recollection of their spiritual fathers and i have to be devour etl by the wolves a woman thou Art Quot charge Quot the first horse moved As slowly and i stood upon the ruins of st. Ignace on the shores unworthy to live and at the same instant the with As much coolness As if he were perfectly a a of Lake Huron their principal missionary Stab a uplifted steel descends Vav Ith Resistless Force on the aware of the duty in which he was Enji aged. To lishmerrt., indulging those melancholy reflections i Scull of the wretched woman who Falls dead at the to it ther it was a new scene of action and his i which must always press upon the mind amid . The perpetrator thou calmly wipes the rider had to use no Little exertion and Manafo a the fallen monuments of human piety ment to get him Forward in tie proper direction the us Mallei Avenger. Imie return of the victorious russian army who h had con Nortel Poland under the command of general Rux Hovden was attended a circumstance Wlinich it is True has at All times stood with his neck proudly arched As immovable As if he had been a fixture of the Terra Lirma. The other animal was evidently one not Practised he had nothing to recommend him save his Fine presence and his Gallant spirit. At the word an ordinance regulating the . Beit ordained by the trustees of Ute town of Ilis that it shall be the duty of the Market Ivi ast r. On the first Market morning in May annually to offer for ale to the highest bidder the use of t in stalls in the Market House for the term of one year the purchaser either to pay quarterly in Advance giving Fier Urit to a Quot approved by the president of the Board for All of Sueh quarterly payments or to pay the whole amount in Advance. Sec. 2. In Case any purchaser Quot a Hall neglect or or fuse to co triply with the terms of Sale on the first Market morning succeed inst such Sale the Market master shall Lecla Versach stall forfeited and shall proceed immediately to offer the same for Sale As directed in the first a action of this ordinance and in Case said stall shall for a sum less than at the first Sale the former Pur Chaar shall forfeit and pay said sum tothe Market master for the be of the corporation to be recovered before Tny Justice of the peace. county. Sec i 3. In Case and of l he stalls remain unsold the Market master May lease the same to any person a plying therefor at a rate for the balance of the year Tibt less thai the lowest Price for which they were sold nth it Iblis Sale. 6ec. 4. If any Parson not the owner of a stall Cut and a Ell meat in the Market House in any Quantity less than a Quarter he shall pay to the Market master the sum of thirty one and one fourth cents for each Market morning he May so occupy the said Market House to be Taid within Market hours and on failure or refusal to pay the same he shall forfeit and pay for the use of the corporation double said amount to be re powered before any Justice of the a Leace for Marion county. This ordinance to take effect and be in Force from and after its publication. Ordained and established this 11th Day of april 1837. A test Joshua soil or or Hugh 0 Veat. Cps. Pres t of the Board april 15 775 the state of Indiana Marion county. Marion circuit court March term 18.37. John shall is a am a m. Stagg Sally Hager Jonathan d. Hager and the unknown heirs of a Tristian Hager deceased. I of comes the Somji Laisant by Fletcher and but Ler hib solicitors and it appearing that the notice this behalf was not Given sixty Days before tie Glrst in chancery. 1 of the present term of this court it is ordered that said defendants be notified of the lung and Pendency of the Bill of complaint in this behalf by three weeks successive publications in the Indiana journal a newspaper printed weekly in the county of Illarion and that unless said defendants appear and plead answer or demur to the same on or before the calling of the cause at the next ensuing term of this court the Bill As to such defendants will to taken As confessed and this cause is continued. Attest r. B. Duncan 23d. 18 7.-75-3w Wool carding. He subscribers respectfully inform Tiv air Friend Sand the Public that they Are prepared to card in the Best manner any Quantity of Wool which May be brought to their machines during the coming season a the usual Price. The Wool to be clean and in Good order with one Pound of i ood grease to every eight pounds of heir machine 4i Miles Norih East of Indianapolis and near the Pendleton state i Oad. Roll -s5 Leonard. April i83e.--74-3f. A scene a t new Orlean. Many events Are constantly occurring in this City of new Orleans which if one possessed a competent faculty of description would be sources of unceasing interest to All who Are fond of the wonderful both in nature and Art. This City is certainly a most remarkable one a part of every thing is to be Learned As almost every thing is to be seen Here. You see people of All countries and you hear the language of All nations. In their Public marts All is confusion and uproar at one time you would imagine yourself transported to Damascus at another to grand Cairo and so on to every Region of the Globe for of every species it seems a part both fish flesh and fowl. And what is strange they appear to move together in much greater Harmony than one would be induced to believe from the tradition of Olden times for we Are told that when the Tower of Babel was constructing a confusion of tongues produced a total derangement of operations but Here they Exchange buy and sell engage in All sorts of traffic with greeks albanians chinese indians and All. Tres be Tyr Ausve Nulla disc Imine a ctr. This foreign association is to me a source of continued interest whilst their various manners and customs tend to keep up that spirit of adventure which one is sensible of almost upon his first Entrance into the City. The buildings too in the Spanish and French parts of the town of so Many different shapes and constructions form no Small share in the sum total of my tour of observation. When sometimes a foreign looking dome with dark frowning pillars heavy balustrades and gothic windows meets the Eye a species of Romance insensibly creeps Over the spirit and the mind recurs to the interesting legends As described by the felicitous pen of Irving and without much Effort we imagine ourselves walking in the streets of Rome Milan or Madrid listening to the Lay of some wandering minstrel As he sings extemporaneously of the glory of by gone times. I discover during my Short stay Here that there is no City where the inhabitants Are More sensitive in All affairs of. Honor than they Are in this and i can readily imagine that among the concourse of so Many nations every Mode of settling a personal difficulty is resorted to according to the usages of the various countries from whence they come. attention was somewhat directed to a notice of this fact from having been a witness of a most interesting combat which took place Here a few Days ago. This contest was on horseback and i believe it was the first instance of the settlement of a personal difficulty after this form that has Ever occurred in this country Quot. But you must understand Quot that this is a very High though Ted people the French More especially in their notions of Honor and courage and i believe that the spirit of chivalry if it exists to a greater degree in any part of our country enters very considerably into the composition of a in Insigne Javenes Here the parties belligerent on the occasion to which i refer were a French and an american gentleman both natives of new Orleans. They fought with Broadsword and really if you had been a witness of the scene the period of the Middle Ages would have been brought to your mind with the tournament and for in this kind of warfare As much depends upon the government of the horse As skill in the use of the weapon. Both g Billet irn were evidently Good riders for being a virginian i myself a Good equestrian like the tabled centaurs the denizens of Liat Klate May be said to be born on horseback. The science of the Broad sword i know nothing about hence i could nut appreciate any exc Ilensey of skill in Tiit respect. 1 could judge Only from their Colin thu Anees that both combatants were resolved to exert themselves to Llie utmost. There was no Tremul Riisness no quivering of the Iii sulcs on the Pari of either. Their nerves seemed to i braced for the struggle and i could not Biu experience the deep regret natural to every mind of sensibility that two such Brave spirits were thus met in deadly strife against each when their swords met after the word was Given the slightest sound was audible amid Pic. Large concourse assembled and i endured at the moment a sense almost of suf location. For a moment my Eye was turned away. And returns to his blood of the murderous axe work. I to dreadful tale speedily came to the knowledge of the magistrates who caused the uncalled Avenger to be at Ted and brought to trial. He was of course sentenced to the a punishment ordained by the Laws but the sentence still wanted usual Iii the Tram of Large armies but which be Sanction of the emperor. Alexander the spleen atm Aily took place a much greater extent in Lior of virtue is Only rendered More a Dizh Northern latitudes where the hand of pinions by the throne caused All the Circum Stan Man has so impel Feuy subdued the oni Rinal Sav-1 is of crime so extraordinary in the motives a Ltd miss o Tjie Sod. Whole droves of Lamis lied j hich it originated to be reported to him i bears and wolves followed the troops on their re the most careful and detailed manner. Here or turn to the South to feed on the Cliance prey Arto Viloma by tie carcasses of the a Lilliy and the Hor ies that dropped Down on the Road. In consequence of province of fit Honda to which several regiments directed their March so overrun with the animals As greatly to ii danger he Safet of travellers. Hence in a single Circle of government no less than forty persons of direr it Ages were enumerated who had been devoured during the Winter by these ravenous beasts. It became a Azar Jons to Ven when i i alone and unarmed into the uninhabited parts looked again they were about passing each other a second time when tic contest was arrested for the instant ii Quot consequence of a severe Cut which the French gentleman had Given the horse of the other. This being contrary to the regulations they returned to their former positions and the charge was again renewed. The interest was now increased to a very painful intensity and i Felt sad apprehensions that the struggle would be a most deadly one. Accordingly they again met and some severe cuts and thrusts were aimed and parried on either Side. The amid ican gentleman gave his adversary a a love Union the head which had it not been for his hat might have been More serious As it was it caused him to reel in his Saddle and we at a distance began to think it was a mortal injury. We were relieved however by perceiving that he recovered himself almost immediately and made most strenuous exertions to return the blow of opponent. His Practised horse instantly wheeled and both meet breast to breast. I could see that he used his utmost strength to Quot give a mortal thrust but instead of reaching his antagonist it was driven with full Quot Force into the Throat of his Gallant horse a Stream of Gore instantly issued from the wound and the poor animal reeled to and fro pawing the ensa Guined Sod endeavouring to preserve position but the loss of blood notwithstanding the exertions of the several gentlemen on either Side to Stop it soon caused him to fall and he Lay kicking in the agonies of death. This event of course suspended the fight and i was soon gratified to discover that the parties were leaving the ground without farther carrying on the . Of the country nevertheless an estonian country woman boldly undertook a journey to a Distant relation not Only without any male companion but with three children the youngest of which was still at the breast. A i Iglitz sled drawn by one horse Reeo ived Llie Lite party the Way was narrow but Well beaten the s Low on each Side deep and impassable and to turn Back without Dantrer of sticking fast not to be thought of. The first half of the journey was passed without Accident. The Road now ran along the skirts Ofa Pine Forest when the traveler suddenly perceived a suspicious noise he Lind her. Casting Back a look of alarm Slie saw a troop of no where he thought himself called on to exercise the godlike privilege of mercy by commuting the sentence passed on the criminal into a condemnation la our nut very severe and he accordingly sent the Young Man to the fortress of Dun Amonde at the Mouth of the Duna in the Gulf of Riga there to be confined to labor during his majesty s pleasure. Ii its to Younh Earmy is. Consider your calling the most elevated and the most important but never be above it nor be afraid of the frock and a foil. Put off no business which ought and can be done to Day until to Morrow. As soon As the Spring opens and the Frost is out of the ground put your fences in order. Plant no Tiore ground than you can Well manure and cultivate to advantage. Never hire a Man to do a piece of work which Yon can do yourself. Every Day has its appropriate duties attend to them in succession. Keep no More Slock than you can keep in Good order and that of the Best kind. Never run in debt without a responsible pro wolves tool my along the Road the number of of Ujj which her i ars hindered her irom estimating j remember that Economy and it Industry to the to escape by flight is her first the Oulu and with a a a a,.m.- a Prosperity unsparing whip she Urgos into a Gallop the horse i or notes in your pocket Book which itself in fld the danger. Hoon a couple a a trunk is a Moro appropriate place of the and hungry of Len beasts a a to be found appear at her Side and sick to disposed to when Wanti d. The Way. I Hough their into Misiou seems to to melancholy decay of the 1ni 1.\ns. Jujj the Han. Lewis cur. Neither the government nor people of the u. S. Have any wish to conceal from from the world that there is upon their frontiers a wretched forlorn people looking to them for support and Protection and possessing Strong claims a on their Justice and humanity. Those people received our forefathers in a spirit of Friendship aided them to endure privations and shift rings and taught them How to provide for Many of the wants with which they were surrounded. The julians Strong and we were weak and without looking at the change which has occurred in any spirit of morbid affectation but with the feelings of an age accustomed to observe great mutations in the fortunes of nations and of individuals we May express our re a act Htit they have lost no much of what we have a uly to attack tie horse yet Ali Safi to both of the Mother and of the children did icings on the preservation of the animal. The la or raises value it entail us to Clavin for an Oxler Ordinary sacrifice. A the Mariner throw i overboard his richest it to appease the raging Waves so hero has Necos Siviy reached a height at which Tiu emotion of the la an Are dumb before the dark commands of instinct the latter alone suders the unhappy Woidan to act in this distress. She seizes her Secoll child whose bodily Infin lilies have often mad it an u inject of anxious care whose cry even now of Birls her ear and threatens to whet the api Petite of the Bloodthirsty monsters she seizes it with an involuntary motion and before the Mother is conscious of what she is doing it is cast out and enough of the horrid tale the last cry of the victim still sounded in her ear when she discovered that the troop which had remained some minutes behind again closely pressed on the Sledge. The anguish of her soul increases for again the murder breathing forms Are at her Side. infant to her heaving bosom she casts a look on her boy four years old who crowds closer and closer to her Kii fee Quot but dear Mother i am Good am i not you will not throw me into the Snow like the Bailor Quot Quot and yet and yet Quot dred the wretched woman in the wild tumult of despair Quot thou Art Good but god is merciful away Quot the Dre Alful deed was done to escape the furies that raged within her the woman exerted herself with powerless Jash to accelerate the Gal lop of the exhausted horse. With Tho thick and never buy any thing at auction because the article is Goinik cheap unless you have a use for it. Keep a place for your tools and your tools in places. Instead of spending a Rainy Day at the dram shop As Many do to their ruin repair whatever wants Post your books. By having your business before you and not permitting your to drive you you will live opportunities to indulge in innocent diversions. Never Trust your Money in the hands of that Man who will put his own to Hazard. When interest or a debt become due pay it at the time whether your creditor wants it or not. Never ask him to wait till next week but pay it. Never insult him by saying Quot Yon Don t want punctuality is a key to every mans Chest. By constant Temperance habitual Modt rate. Exercise and Unal erected honesty you will avoid Quot the fees of the lawyer and the Shevitt gain a Good report and probably add to our present existence at least ton years of Active life. I when a Friend Calls to see you treat him with the utmost complaisance but if important business Calls your attention politely excuse yourself and he will excuse you. Keep a memorandum Fionik enter All notes a whether received or Given All monies re aged or paid out All expenses and All circus of importance. A in december reckon and sello with All to note with a whom you have accounts pay your store Hills Aud me Hanics if not promptly done at the time which is the Best of All. A. And lastly when the Frost of Winter shall Jay an embargo on your operations the chilling blasts of old boreas shall storm your fire Side will be a Paradise and let the Long eve up be consumed in social glee or in the Pursuit of Tise Ful the Mechan Iov = the Rich ii Ian who employs a Mechanic a o Enot Alwa know to How much inconvenience Losa of time and expense he exposes him by neglecting to pay an undisputed Bill on going too deep into the subject Jyi us pro pose a very simple example of constant occur a it nce. A Mechanic undertakes a Job for which Quot his honest charge is fifty dollars. It is done to the satisfaction of his employer. The Irie chanic a Iii ustious put poor Man. He expects fits pay on the presentation of his Bill. Why he riot receive it he has no Bank credit. He pays Cash for Stock and he pays. To so. For. Labor. He has been employed for a week or two ii if it Job with two or three journeymen besides it try Vishin the raw material pay tag shop re to to and other expensive contingencies. Why Sho Tild lie be asked to wait six months or a year Forhy a Money he must pay his hands on saturday provide for his family during the week pay for his Stock and Lay up something against rent Day. Is it reasonable is it just that his ready employer should ask him to wait for his pay until his col lenient time when Cash is not scarce when three per centum a month is not to be had on the loan of Money which belongs to others c t Vii Tell ought to be appropriated to the payment of the honest debts instead of sleeping Anu fatty no no at interest on Post notes or contributing to the artificial wants of his family or Gratifying a Reck a less spirit of speculation in visionary stocks is it righteous is it just that a Man of supposed wealth should do this and leave the honest and hard working Mechanic to the clamors of Small creditors the import unities of journeymen and the rapacity of usurious extortion ers certainly transcript m Ai a old s. A t i y it k o la in a via. A a for a few Days past says the Wabash Mercury great feeling and excitement have in Xis Tud in this neighbourhood occasioned by Llie appearance and Hanible work of mad dogs. On the Lola inst. A mad dog passed within a mile and a half of this town and within his circuit bit her less than five persons , or. Springer his daughter and grand daughter a child ofor. W. James and a son of the late d. To a for beset up a great number of dogs hogs Arij sheep. Quot thl dog was Large and Strong and his bites a i Ith the exception of child of or. Springer Are very severe. Or. Springer is an old gentleman about sixty years of age and came to this stat about one year since with a portion of his Faliu ii by from new Jersey. His daughter and family had arrived Here from new Jersey but a few Days since. All the persons bit Are in the hands of physicians whose skill will be exerted for their preservation but to Hope to Avert the consequences of hydrophobic i. against Hope. Rumor gives Viany Othef depredations committed by mad dogs in different neighbourhoods but on what grounds we Are unable to say. Lair out int information a a life the Public will recollect experiments of walking on the water sometime since undertaken off tie Battery by or. i Tosh for several years a resident of this City. These experiments and those connected with his new life boat have been recently repeated before the Heads of department at Washington and according to the Globe great Success. India rubber Avrich seems to prom ise As Many useful applications As steam is the agent. Or. Rvs a Tosh. Has for years made its ise tul qualities his particular study. The life preserver consists of cylindrical hollow tubes of India rubber within the gunwale and answering for that purpose. A Stop cock is attached to each for inflation. Within the trunks &c., of As Many As 30 passengers Are kept dry while the arts sengers themselves Are preserved from Shipwreck. Whole weight of the apparatus about "25 very useful for a wreckers and for armies crossing Rivers to carry ammunition baggage &c., and pre vent Accident. A smaller kind is made which consists of legging is which May be carried in the pocket but when used will Quot hold two persons and their trunks Ai d actually enable them to walk on the water to the Shore. With steam packets at 30 to 30 Miles the hour and life preservers like these the Dominion of the Ocean is con tier de and the most appalling tempest is disarmed of its . York Star. Quot a it ure i of Mau in Ivity land notoriously addicted to this vice hearing an uproar in his Kitchen one evening had the curiosity. To step without noise to the door to Lear tvs it was the matter when he. Beheld his be tvs its indulging in the most unbounded roars of laughter at a couple of his negro boys who were mimicking himself in his Drunken fits showing looked and nodded Antl Iid tumbled. The pict ii re which these children of nature Drew of him and which file tithe rest with so much merriment struck him so forcibly that he became a perfectly sober Man to the unspeakable Joy of his wife and children. Madison Riehmond enquire by states that the fair Lily of he via Ison Are preparing for the press five or six volumes of his volume is to be devoted tor con. Stit Lional i the other to his interesting Corr spout acpt these Are of 09.07.90./, exclusive of his reports of Tho old a a Gre is and of the Federal convention for the re mochas is of which the last Congress have appropriated $30,000. A i a a a Western Pittsburg and Vocale gives the following As the dimensions of a splendid Steamboat to by. Called the st. Loins a fit in Progress of c a tip legion the wharf in that Cir a. The dimes in to a of this boat Are 306 feet strap Ghi keel 28 for to beam a 1-2 feet hold 230jfeetoa.the main Detz a feet from out to i a main Cabin is 140 feet in length and the boat will carry about 1000 tons a whale is supposed to Liyia thousand years according tothe estimation of la a Roh and a Cir pet do. It is calculate that a pair of whales May live to count not Leas thany2000,000, of their off Springs. A by a. The annual sex Orts of Cincinnati a re estimated Ai upwards of f,8,00m0 o. A

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