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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - May 6, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. , saturday May 6, 1837. No. 778. Prom filled by amp Noel terms.�?50 per annul in acl Aiice tor 52 numbers�?$3 of at 6 months�?$3 50 Ai the enl of the volume. No Papor will be unless at the option of the publishers Vinial arrearage in a ii paid. Pm Nice for lines or less three Insen ions $1 00 for each addition Section i-5f,ent?. Longer advertisements Chari de in proper icon a Liberal discount made to those who adv6rii--e Bihe year. Chancery is a ticks and petitions for divorce will be inserted the requisite number of nines or ,5 00 and to insure their publication their in vol accompany the notices. Complaints of insolvency 00. All orders for advertising run it. A Dif Tuic a must Quot be accompanied by the Money or they will not receive attention. The postage must be paid on All letters to the publishers or they will not be Laken out of the Post office. Vegetable agly Jii syrup an infallible remedy for fever and Elgue. The increased demand his article Nie 0 Cine Renore exclusively into its preparation and i having mud arrant Emonts with Irvin reel. By which the dts rib Tiou of it will be belter Atti Nutil for All orders Udd rps Eil to bin Oty a if. Be Les patched wit i. A a a Quot the follow Vine a Ottn Iwick fib no Muy by some Evir Deuce fits Utility Ali Froid is not otherwise but a m tre a Viti Ractor Rei of trend Ilion can be Hill by giving it h trial my object is not to j Uff it a i for 9ale Only but to relieve he sniffer in and since the above Kmeil Disen a prevails in our country o u considerable extent and in Many Plares Herc medic in Aid cannot be conveniently obtained i am confident in offering this preparation As Sovereign remedy tent none of my medical Brethren will condemn it without Good cause. Extract of a letter dated Quincy mi., Ang. 1816. Or. S. Nixon sir having sold the a ii syrup left with a by your agent and from tic Good Success which attended it we Are induced to apply for Tnora hoping you will Send us a Quantity on such term it As to Jiff Orrl a i profit. I have used in Iny practice various remedies for tic fever and ague but found name of to eradicate it As that prep ired by you and from my Owtis observation have come to the toi that it is a com Pound found by your experience destitute of All those to deleterious medicines which pro dispose the system to a return of the i ease consequently feel an is fran a in its administration Seldo. Entertained in Reg Iril to the generality of ague remedies by scientific men. Please Forward As soon As possible several of the article to the care of Mes is. Mcgill life co., Saint Lonis also state what \ of will take for the receipt. Yours Al a. A Leni Wells amp co. Strawtown ind., air us 2d, 1836. Or. S. Nixon a please Send Mea lot of your it Irne syrup by the bearer As i Hare sold out All which i had and i find there is a great demand of it a More. We have other Premji rations for the same complaint in the neigh boyhood but none other than Quot Nixon a Quot will Tik it. Don t fail o end plenty of it yours respectfully j. L. Russey. Forsake by Mothershead Dawson amp co., Indiana. Indianapolis april 22, 1836. 776sai.e of lots in Huntsville. Re he subscriber will offer at Public Sale on the 20th Al of May next a number of lots in Huntsville Madison county. Said lots Are on the North Side of main Street and Are conveniently and handsomely situated for buildings and will furnish excellent stands for by Einess. The country around Huntsville is the most Rich and Fertile in the state and is settled by an intelligent industrious and wealthy people. Huntsville is Anapolis 45 from Richmond &8 from Andersontown. Fall Creek washes tie Southern Side of the Touti on which there Are a saw and grist Mill and cording machinery All in operation. Two state Road Cross at right angles in the Centre of the town one leading from Knightstown by Huntsville Andersontown to logans port and the other leading from Indianapolis via Pendleton Falls of fall Creek Huntsville Middletown to Munce town in Delaware county. There is also a Road leading from Strawtown in Hamilton county to new cattle in Henry county. It fro a he Portland m I la b a i rocks signal character. He n. Deering Esq. Hancock Knok Tibbs was the Sou of Quot capt. Joshua Tibbs a revolutionary Soldier and Justice of the peace and quorum in Tibbles Viii Maine. Mrs Tibbs though not Blind id the Delecta of her offspring As most mothers Are Apt to be who have an Only son still evidently considered him As a youth of uncut Pinion parts and was convinced that if sent to Liege he would Shine As a Star of pretty Confie Magni inde. With this View Hanco it a. Pfc Early period was placed in the Tibbs Villa i school and when its principal was at Lengu enabled to certify that the youth Haji Quot Ling cited Antuni Suffi Cit of Thead Tong lie a ii Steed As it Reship Tab the name by Fiti to its it Onuk what an unction it is irresistible this remark she hoped would be overheard by the minister himself who was just behind Here and he did hear it. The unction or something else certainly caused a great Chairge in miss Alma Jane Ell Vins. She became a kiember of the female i cent society Secretary of the Dorcas association and treasurer of the Tibbs Ville Ashantee labors of love were not with out effect on the heart of the Tibbs Ville pastor i and Vohen he went out like Isaac to meditate at i eventide he was startled himself at times to find his hand so often on the Latch of major Elkins door. But the truth old saying touching the course of be love he was soon doomed to Esperie Noger there was quite an alarm in n cons Laquence of these frequent visits i Fly among those Nice Beers who. Abounded i Quot Eie called respectable Jons in Orp of Tibbs Ville Cornet in the afternoon and the Soiree. Then there s mrs. Smith s Beans mrs. Trott s emptying mrs. Towle s starch mrs. Twi Cliel s butter Stop Stop my dear if you have any mercy porno Bis Velar in Well Well we must raise the wind somehow there s no mistake. I think As much or. Tibbs and i fear it will be All we shall raise. Mrs. Tibbs there is a tide As the poet says which taken at the flood a now Don t husband repeat that old saw again. I have heard it so often that it really makes me Iier Vovis. By the Bye Why Don t you try or. Banks for another loan or. Banks my love is somewhat like your emptying a Leeiler sour just at this moment. What sour to a professional character a Ali i is the world coming to fhe time was a lion on e. S. Q. equal to All the rest of the alphabet. One thing you can do Seli the old Al you Nave talked so sobriquet either Froni its r i t. I i r a a Gular Junta Quot position of his Knees he rained Consic rational Church if during his residence at that Learned a i nary. That while a member of the College he was plodding and industrious we have the Tes Tirri any of his tutors and that he was a graduate of High stands ing we have the testimony of hundreds who attended the commencement. For Eaily on that memorable occasion the lips of Thetro ident gave utterance to the following sent enc a a i exper talus Oralio in Lingua Latina u Hancoc Kiv Knox Tibbs Quot on leaving College or Tibbs knowing the value of time entered the Oitice of that profound Jurist the 1 ale Samuel noodles. I his act was a tit to Quot a n i i i i i. Of i a. 1r i that miss Elkins still hunkered for the Llesh pots truly fortunate Lor our ambitious student Lor at up ,. I. A u 1 be real cause of Liis opposition no doubt inic it miss Elkins should be elevated to the Post of Lonor. We Are unable to give the particulars of this conference As mrs. 1 Owle who listened avas afraid to remain Long in her stocking feet being subject to ails. The charges however were numerous. Mrs. Peavy was satisfied Liatti a i Young woman was still in a state of nature. Mrs. Rice had heard her express doubts As to the eternal punishment of the Heathen. Dean Judkins the chairman was also violently opposed to the match a though he declined Giv-1 ing his reasons in full lie intimated however i that time the great work Quot noodles on nuisance quott.,be attributed to a violent Irr Loire with Maior was in preparation for the press and or j Ibbs a i i a i 7 u 1 u i 1 i 1 i is tie latter Havi Nir dismounted Hin when on became As it were imbued with the odor of those voluminous notes that Lay scattered around him. His application was now intense and his Progress rapid. And the latter might Well be for instead j of grouping in darkness like most students thro i Blackstone and Freeman s Justice the path of Tibbs was lighted by the is Noodle s readings j in compliance with the willies of his Mother 1 or. I Ibbs commenced practice in his native Village but As there were no sawmills there he became satisfied after a residence of six years that Tibbs Ville a Corner was too narrow a Field and soon after Quot Hancock Knox Tibbs counsellor at Law was seen in the City papers. But the race is not always to the Swift nor the Battle to the Strong of Init to some defect in the Organ his favorite Hobby that conversion preceded con fiction poor or. Brown saw enough i to con Vince him that to take a Lamb or even a sheep from Liis own flock was out of the he therefore discontinued Iii visits and soon after to the satisfaction of Al concerned obtained i one from a Distant fold. It May be easily presumed from the events j which we have now recorded in which miss Al j a Jane Elkins bore so conspicuous a part Liat 1 when or. Tibbs made his proposals in due form j he was not Long doomed to the agony of Hope de feared Here certainly was that sine qua non a character Quot and besides who would think of comparing physic or divinity in the county lava and a residence in ,. Try to lava and a residence in the town or of la Page or Tibbs was never prominent As immediate marriage a speaker and after several years patient Contin Vii is Elkins knowing the uncertainty of dance it was evident he appeared in objections the snorts his lace was Long and so were his Bills. J but if or. Tibbs failed in the Organ of language he had other organs remarkably developed. It was the influence of those probably challed him to the conclusion that a helpmate was now necessary one blessed with a sufi Cliency of that precious material which induces creditors to write Mcva a Thi subject matter seen cd to awake some not unpleasing association a fur ii threw himself Back in his Arm chair in a position somewhat recumbent and fixed his eyes steadfastly upon the ceiling. They were of an absorbing nature too for the thumb and forefinger apparently without any volition on the part of their owner moved unceasingly from a Small Box to the of factories till the pulverized Weed had co ceremony was performed by the Rev. Cotton Mather Brown in a manner if we May credit the Tibbs Ville times highly suited to the occasion then for the first time was a Barouch seen in Tibbs Ville. It was hired by or. Tibbs to give additional eclat to this festival and its appearance Jan a out. Vic old i Ibbs mansion House is like your a Taratus a gone sine die. You Don t say so or. Tibbs. There i to think that by adding anew Wing a Piazza and a conservatory it would be such a Retreat for a professional there is your Purchase on the Lake the Cotta re. It Wui ild sell certainly tie situation is so airy. You May say Liry mrs. Tibbs it is Quot what is called a caste in the air intended As a quietus for creditors in Presenti and As a Good bait for creditors in future. Why or till a was there Ever now if i were professional Char noun i would go boldly into the stores and if 1 did my love tiie Case of Quot Tibbs would stand continued for advisement no mistake. I have tried tie merchants about As often As you have tried Liose Neigi Bors who sum Supra or. By let eans and Barley of we Are in pan Delict. My dear or Tibes is there not Sonu new i store some one recently from the country just opened you know who wild be Delight no to�?1 yes there is or. Wiggins indeed very re gently Estali listed who Minglu ii intuited to Trust Lor a Short period if you wot Ihl Only Call and be intimate with his wife. But you seemed to have such in aversion to or. Wiggins that or. Tibbs Only in the matter of Jap Nica nothing else i assure you. Now i Tityk of it i will Call air mediately and invite her to join our a friends this evening. A my dear i am afraid that she will decline the 1 invitation such Short notice you know j rather Short to be sure but no fear. Mis j Wiggins is desirous of moving in the first circles else she never would have thought of tie Jap Nicas and now what an Opportunity j n invitation to Tea from the wife of a profession dial character. Forts to reach the Shore plunged in and succeeded in bringing out the liitle girl who it appeared had been thrown Over l Oaid by Lier nurse on finding her escape through the Cabin entirely Cut of Quot the child was fast approaching the land by her our efforts having accomplished 40 feet of the distance when she was rescued the nurse who had also jumped Over Board was drowned being the Only one of upwards of 190 passengers male and female and children that was destined to meet death on this dreadful and distressing occasion. Tic rapidity Vith which the passengers had to leave the vessel prevented the major pan of hem from saving any thing some ladies escaped without bonnets and Many gentlemen without shoes the most costly articles Money amp a. Were sacrificed to personal safety and Happy a Ere a who reached the Shore without bestowing a thou Luj upon the Vril tables Iii a amp ii ind but All were grateful to that provid Ericc rescued them in an hour of such in Tinnent peril amidst All our dict re amp a it is a goal in a task to adhere merited to the Captain Pilot Quot and Engineer too great commendation cannot Bej a towed for to Weir j presence of mind and Praise thy exertions to save the boat and passengers but their efforts being unaided by Recreant a discals whose duty it was to assist were rendered unavailing and it was soon discovered that it was utterly to sex Tinonis a the flames. having Ojie Icid the escape valves preventing any Sidden Bur sting of boilers which not Tilke pm Calm Ltd Al u Ero in .secu.ity. So fierce and Rrapi d was the flames to iat in a Sciort space of two hours the boat was con Umed to the water s Edge with the whole of for valuable cargo and private property being a total loss. The passengers were taken on Board tie Sti am ers Warren and Mohawk about one o clock a. A part return intr to new oru sons and the Demaiti i Der Purs intr their it urn try upward., so astonishing e Isicar Colv on record 1 but the recollection of their danger will Lou i continue to dwell upon the memory of All in Board. If this imperfect sketch of our almost unparalleled escape should be deemed worthy of a place i in your paper Vou will of litre one of the Many passengers. I a kit major s at died no Ordinary cred. The Fewins of the Sci a m District no. Who Oil. Tvs occasion w a dismissed at an Early hour and who clustered around the Carriage were not the Only persons however who took a deep interest in this eventful drama. There was an unusual gathering at the Corner and Many of the Tibbs Ville Dames recollected that morning that it was their Dut to Call on mrs. Peavy who lived in the House opposite. One of her windows in new cattle in Henry county it is expected that the ,.0,1 r.,-.ltr tl-,0 a 111 j House opposite Une of her windows in Central will plus through this which if it but exhibited such a Complete Pyramid of in. Mme a the Reo ions Robin a non it j. _ i should would make it very valuable. Ter v1s of Sale a one fourth of the Purchase Nio Quot by Down one fourth in six in to plop and one fourth in eighteen months Vith interest at per cent from Sale. Tnomas Lupton. Aprim 1837, 76p Richmond palladium insert to the amount of cd a to and charge this office. Or. Abraham Vucker cel erred rheumatic embrocation applied razor nine and night has a Rcd hundreds. It gives Relief in the swelling of the glands of he Ilir ont and relieves the numbness and contract inns of he limbs and will fake swellings Down and inflammations out of the flesh rheumatism bruises and sprains. If gives immediate Relief it Stren Giviens weak limbs and extends the cords when contracted. It is also an in fallible cure for the following diseases in hours of. Viz poll evil fistula Swaney fears sprains old it in up cent sores of every description by Xing from one third to one half a bottle in milk and molar Pes and drench up the horse with it will Givi imme Dinie relic f encases of Colic or Botts. To euro poll evil a bottle must be used at four of it plication so four Days Between each application. For fistula a hostile must be put on at two one week Between of applied in the first stages of disease one bottle will generally effect a cure. Recommendations. War in Penn. Oct. 1825, to whom it May concerns i certify that for some years past i have been afflicted with rheumatism and Lumbago and having used Many kinds of Medicine without i tech at last i a Kirchn red one Bottlo of Vicker s celebrated Embrose Ailinn Ariti by it was enabled to go about my in one week s time without the least pain t Therp fire feel it a duty i owe the Bull Terince. To make known he Ben riffs i have derived from the Tise of that valuable Midi plop. A toxin a Mitt. Washington cite d. C., nov. 1830, this May certify that i have used or. Truer s Hele rated embrocation and have found it the bust remedy i have Ever made use 0, for sprains or briiisp.=, and also for Colic and Botts in horses. Miln Adeti on Iii very stable keeper. Natciif-/., Swiss. Inv i 2. 1r.3.s. This is to cer Ify that i have been with pro Nic rheumatism for trn years past and have used to bottles of or. A. Voker b Natii Montip Etna it Ropa 1 Ion which performed a perfect Curp. A Gustavus Billerica. It said wholesale and by Mother plead a a. Indianapolis april 20, i�37. 777 the regions round about i tit a a of too i 1 a 1 i Muslin Caps that pc it Hon pm nov exclaimed Wel. It was in this dreamy state that his mind wan a dered to by gone years to Tibbs Ville Bank and then to the lady who had twelve shares in it. Miss Alma Jane Elkins was she still single Here he Felt a slight titillation of the Organ of Hope. How very convenient would be these twelve shares. Here he Felt another to the Organ of acquisitiveness faint heart never won a fair lady Here a twinge in the Organ of firmness forced him from the chair with a determination to throw himself immediately at her feet. On miss Alma Jane Elkins it be cometh me to enlarge she was now nearly thirty and yet notwithstanding her twelve shares had never received an of that Caps All but the Long wished for termination came at i last the Happy pair waved their Adieu the coach i Man cracked his whip and away they whirled to j the City mansion. The furniture of course was j the All engrossing topic for the first week after mrs. Tibbs arrival and in the Purchase the Only i question seemed to be this is it suitable for this wife of a professional character the result was that before she had half completed iter intended purchases. Rosewood and co. Had swallowed the Hank shares to the Surprise of mrs Tibbs and to i the utter consternation of her Jartner whose be ski u u ii Culiar situation required a More economical out Ler. When some years younger she had passed a i r u 1 1 i by. Our limits wid not permit us to state a 1 i two quarters at a boarding school and. As a mat \. A i 1 a .1 R .1 a i of. Or 1. .1 r a i that transpired during the in Sivear of their Union ter of course returned to the parental roof with Quot t notice. The Copartnership Heri Tofor the subscribers in Der the e Xii a i nil til Irr ii Lumen _ in Quot a my. Hill Wood amp co. Wuh dissolved on Thi 2 5d Milf. By Iii dial agreement. Hoh t. U. Lohn Wood. Jacon s. Willets. Indianapolis april a the ih.37, the foundry business will be Coqui Nudd Liy the subscribers under the firm of under Bill amp willets by whom the bus incs of like former firm will be a cited and All whose notes and accounts Are due will enl or a Tavory paying up forthwith. Their Liliee in future will be at the foundry where they Olfer for Sale a Large assortment of ploughs stoves Star Mill Rrt stings andirons., Cagon mixes the Charroin mixes ie., a-r., and Are prepared to furnish to order Mot kinds of castings wanted in the country. A constant Supply of ploughs to Rind various kinds of castings will be Kewit for Sony Swie amp Pottage at their hardware store cover Quot Foj a ton and Meridian streets on Tho Fife tcrm4? foundry. Rod t. april a 74-3m. Jacob of singular notions especially in regard to marriage. It was understood and it came from Good authority that miss Alma Jane Elkins would never yield her hands in Wedlock except to a professional character. Now this character was somewhat rare in the Vicinity of Tibbs Ville and As years rolled on she had frequent doubts As to the Wisdom of her resolve or i might say rather its promulgation. At length however her prospects appeared to brighten. The venerable or. Sears worn out by inti milies and age at last rested from his labors and to the great Joy of the Tibbs Ville spinsters the vacancy was immediately filled by or. David Doyen. It is unnecessary to state All the Many Vres of Misa Ell Iii to obtain jul i Naitil a Pri to old major Elkin had no rest till he consented to Send for the new doctor to consult him touching his sciatica and Tunt Hannah must certainly employ him to extract her troublesome tooth. If he bad numerous invitations to take Tea they were As numerous to give physic and for Doyen s lip Salve Doyen s Eye water and Doyen s stomach bitters there was shortly a continual Call by All who bore the name of Elkins. But love s Oung dream was Disi Urh to and that too by one who never intended it while discharging an official duty. J he town clerk was observed one morning approaching the Corner and without stopping to refresh As was his usual custom he moved in what ebon Skinny Callett a Bee line to the a meeting , his lengthened stride induced ebon to keep closely in Wake till he saw him ii to the door a paper about eight inches by two of the following Tenor or David Doyen extends marriage with miss Comfort Marks this although a death blow to the Hopes of miss Almaj Elkins was a fortunate circumstance bitters were no longer regard and even the lip Salve sem cd to have it in a sudden its Healing Power. A but their situation during the second May be gathered from the following colloquy which took a place one morning at breakfast. My dear said or Tibbs As he was nibbling j a hot biscuit my dear it strikes me that this Isa Beetle sour Well or. Tibbs whose fault is that certainly not mine my dear. The flour i Knovs to be of the first Quality and it ought to be for the Price. Why it made me minus two whole a Bills of Cost. As to the flour or. Tibbs 1 have Nruh ing to say but Yon a slow will sour and we i Are out of Sal Aratus. Out of Sal Aratus wife impossible yes or Tibbs out of Sal Aratus and i be told Vou so every Day for this Fovini by and Liis is., not the Loiret of it we Are out of starch out of Pepper out of lard out of hard soap and when you have eaten what is on that plate we shall lie out of butter. My dear there is another out which you Nii Glit have added to Cap the Climax and that is we Are 1 out of credit. Out of credit screamed mrs. Tibbs. Out of credit and you a professional i Caracter 1 can t believe it. Even so mrs. Tibbs. A professional in these times is it the character that i can go Long upon tick. I Well or Tibbs what Sli ail we do i free of my particular friends arc coming to take Tea this evening. I my dear you must sell your Jap Nica. Mrs. Wiggins you know was very desirous of sell my Jap Nica Why Ivor. Tibbs Are you j crazy what should a to thought of without a Jap Nica i have not yet forgotten that i am the ids Jijun , a a a n Luru Isaic. A i u be for All her relations for the Doyan a professional character though it appears no longer regard Cal As a res to a live. Quot Ita Quot a Quot 1 indeed and worse of All to a mrs. Wiggins that odious Well Well my dear cannot void borrow then a Quot pastor d society of Tibbs Ville. A whar path is a Quot to i i i. .1 a i mrs. L Tomkins for two loaves of Rotimi cake and Elkins As she timbered at the Chur he of mph. 1 a u. A i Quot it r ten t borrow a i Quot ii in Niht of my 1 hearing the or Calif a s fir to a i Quot from the Natchez courier March 28. Burning of the fancy. Or. Editor a the cry of fire at All times appalling becomes doubly so when the chances of tics ape fro p death so horrible Are depending entirely upon the courage and presence of mind of on or two individuals. On of March inst. About 7 o clock pm just As the supper had been concluded the new steam boat fancy from new Orleans to Louisville was discovered to be on fire. The alarm imn Soili lately spread and All avas confusion and con Lerna Tion men women and children hurrying for Ard in Hopes of escaping the alarming element each anxious alone for his or her individual safety pre panted a scene that can better be imagined than described. Tho smoke of ilk d the Cabin in so Short a space of Lime As barely to allow the escape of the ladies who were Asci in e h l in their Progress by the Clairs which had been thrown Down blocking a up the passage and rendering Thi Cli Ancus of escape Mote Utica Ratiu As they could not b perceived through Ali with we Iii the Cabin Iii st Ustiy filled adding by its Sinif locating elect to the disc Russ and horror if All. When the fire was first discovered the boat was 200 Yards from the Shore and the night exceedingly dark the Captain ordered her head to be turned towards the land but such to rapidity of thu flames that one of the Tiller ropes was burned before reaching it which however she fortunately did by her own impetus the latter Accident having rendered her Uii manageable. On strike Iii Tho hands belonging to thu boat jumped on Shore with the rope to secure her bit to their shame and disgrace immediately ran away leaving the boat unsecured and but for the Likely and praiseworthy Ell Orts of some passengers who had leaped on Shore when the mat first struck among whom u a or. Harris of your City. Every a Julon Board must have either by fire or water. Perceiving that the boat had Al Caily Drif cd at Leas ten feet from the Shore Thev seized the rope and with considerable Difili cult succeeded in bringing her again to Laud and g. Thing her properly secured. To these gentlemen every last Ennier at the time in the boat owes a debt of gratitude for his escape from a in st Terri tile death. It it it exceeding Ray Rapiel was the lire that the last Indi Vidiri haul scarcely passed out of the Cabin when the flames burst through its whole extent rendering escape impossible except by jumping of in braid. I o add to tie alarm a cry was raised that the boilers wore about to burst and the Light became universe but who can describe tie horror experienced by All when it was discovered that an interesting Little girl Only 4 years Ohl the Daizi a tar Oigt a. Parker of Shel Bevilie Ivy. Was missing and Ascot aimed to live Lieen left i behind in thai ladies Ca a in with her nurse a Colo Rcd Woidan and a probability a prey to inc attention of it Quot is first directed to this misfortune by the cries of the distressed Fuller a bully Audi Lilc above the noise caused by tic Eti Cape of the steam and the confusion of so Many tongues All calling out to Fly thai the boilers were bursting. Dismay filled every bosom especially As the Mother had with difficulty been removed from the sick bed and carried on Shore by her , Bare footed this night however an Especial Providence seemed to be suspended Oer every occurrence and he who has declared that not a Sparrow shall fall without permission extended his Especial attribute of mercy to the afflicted parents at the very moment when All Hope had abandoned them a sudden thought struck tiie father that the liitle innocent might have jumped overboard from the steam bursting to the spot but Beino preceded by the owner of the boat or. Wet g. Bakewell who perceived something Flo iting on the water find making powerful of Money Makis a a it hold. This is an axiom that few Init lips will deny. Tho celebrated or. Wilhur spoon preside it of Princeton Coll inc going to Pearl on a Stindt by in a la igbo i ing country a he passed through the Square to the pulpit said to one of la ruling elders John lend moa Crown the Crown was Lent and the Kev. Or. Putting it into his pocket wont into the pulpit and preached a bold eloquent and powerfully path tic Sermon. Descending from the. J Ulps to after service he pulled f it Lac Money and said to John Quot Here is your Crown Quot Quot of keep it Quot says the elder Quot no no says the or. Quot i Only v anted it when i a it reached for a Man is always bolder with Money in his the anecdote of one of the most sensible men of the Day is not Only As an isolated fact but is also True As a Irene a or nip evil -�i5n>liieialile, to 11 Mankind the Man with Money in his pocket is invariably bolder than him who has none j experience teaches this abundantly. Go into company where any thing is to be expended or any thing to be purchased and if you Are Ever so Wise and virtuous or otherwise Ever so fearless Yon feel on occasion exceedingly timid a shamed and sheepish. While your neighbor who has not half your mind or Merit who has Money is bold As a lion. If you enter into a Market or shop to buy an article you want although your credit be Ever so Good you feel a want of confident i in yourself and cannot drive a bargain half so readily or adroitly As if you had the Cash to Plank Down for the Purchase Ify u Are in debt and one of those ugly articles a Dun comes across you and you have not the Money How insignificant and humbled you feel in your own estimate Iii and Liat a sorry apologist you make,, if you have the Money to pay with your spirits Are elastic and Light you Are As bold As Buonaparte himself. As a politician you present a poor Hamili Atinsk posture without Money and Are computed As a a Ouight in arithmetic As of no account whatever. If you enter a gentleman s House to attend a draw into room party or foil of if y u Are known not to have Money no matter How Wise and virtuous you May be you feel it humbled to the dust almost As you hear Soine j Rich fool Call you in a Whiser Quot a poor Devil Quot a and a Licther you Are a minister a lawyer a doctor a merchant an editor a Mechanic or any thing else in life or in business if you have no Money or next to none your Tell you that Yon Are despise id by others who Are Rich and j who have their pockets full of cac i and your mortification at the contemptuous to continent you 1 receive i almost Over coming. Some May Praise you for your talents Admire Ami for your Amica ability eulogies you air your if tics and your patriotism but the epilogue nil this Ftfe dra-1 Matic Eulogi uni is poor felumb he is mar and no Money. Money then not Only makes Aman hold and fearless but is considered As the chief evidence the undoubted criterion of Merit a of a Man is Rickii tie world says Quot he is a Good Man Quot even if in is leprous with half the vices that curse humanity and a jackass with a pair of panniers on his Back stuffed with dollars is reputedly a much Wiser and better and admirable animal than the Noble lion who ranges lord of the Forest and is King by consent of his four footed Kinsmen. The meanest fool the Meriest j Knave with plenty of Money can make his Way near to the throne Quot while the Wisest at a most Vir a thous Man without it must Lay like Lazarus at the Gate a celebrated writer says Quot wealth is Power Quot and we add it is also courage conduct and virtue i Ine the pocket and the Man can i storm the Rock of Gibraltar empty it. And he frightened at a Fly. Money is the god of this world All who have it Are of the orthodox Faith those who have not Are considered heretics and Quot worse than n. Y. Transcript to raise i is stated in the a new England Farmer that potatoes exposed to a j warm Sun a few Days before planting will be a week More Forward than those planted in the common Way. As the Experiment will Cost but Little trouble we think it Worth the trial and would suggest of those who make it to favor Ufi with the result of these respective experiments is All such things tend to add to the sum of agn cultural knowledge and to inspire an Esprit do corps j i Ihly promotive of the general Terp to of Hus and Gardmer. From the National intelligencer. Junius in the United states. Observing in the last number of the new York Albion that the scotch newspapers Are reviving the inquiry respecting the identity of Quot Junius Quot and Are pointing to this conf titty As the probable depository of some evidence that bears upon a i employ a moment s Leisure 10 explain More fully not Only the nature of the evidence but the degree of importance which May be attached to it in 1827, or. Brewster now sir David showed to a gentleman now in this country some of the literary correspondence which his father in do re the celebrated Ossian Macpherson As he is called had with various distinguished individuals. Amongst the rest were letters signed Lachlan or lean. These were generally written with much vigor of style. The metaphor Oral which they obo a us a a Werft or a a forcible and often Ovitz a cry arable for their be Auty. Sir David pointed out several passages which had struck him both in their Structure and language As being almost identical with a thurs found in the letters of Junius and what gave greater interest to this similarity a amp Liat the handwriting bore an equally singular resemblance to Itie Lac Silkes of this mss of Junius As published in Woodfall a edition. Having communicated the impression those letters had made upon him one of his friends pointed out to Hini a =age in gait s life of West which greatly excited his inclination to investigate the affair. From this passage it appeared that governor Hamilton of Pennsylvania calling upon , the Painter one morning in London West showed him the attack upon the King which had that morning appeared in Woodfall s newspaper. On Reading it Hamilton exclaimed that he knew the author that certain passages and epigrammatic expressions in it he had seen before and thar the author was that scoundrel Lachlan Mclean who once resided in Philadelphia and who had at Liat time made a violent attack upon him the governor of the state of Pennsylvania in a Philadel i iia Pap Ethis circumstance had induced sir David loin quire what had been the ostensible existence and move mints of Lachlan Mclean during that period embraced by the letters of Junius and the result upon his Mindy As almost equal to conviction that Miclean was the author of those letters. That he was a powerful writer and that he wrote in the style had Sut Chient proofs in his own Possession. Then Quot there were the remarkable fact that he had been under Secretary of the state of it lord Shelburne had been sent on a lucrative Mission to India at that very period Junius announces Quot Quot his own retirement and had perished on a second voyage to India in the Swallow packet together with probably some written evidences that he had died a Nat Zirul death might have Ere this cleared up the suspicion for after All it is but a suspicion and was so regarded by others at the time especially sir Walter Scott lord Minto and a Jeff Rey to whom the gentleman that sir David had shown Macpherson s correspondence to had mentioned the affair and they after seeing i up letters of Lachlan Mclean concurred in Pinion that sir David was on a wrong scent. This opinion too was expressed in such a decked manner As to awaken a thought in the gentleman s mind that they were among the initiated few who knew who was the author of the letters of Junius. It was agreed however on All hands that on the return of this person to America he hold make some inquiries in Philadelphia about Lachlan Mclean and the newspaper upon gov Hamilton this was done. Assisted by others All the files of the newspapers published during the government of Hamilton were examined and nothing was found. Some information however respecting Lachlan Mclean was collected the late Bishop Wiite then a boy at school remembered him. He an irishman and a surgeon in the army and kept a Small apothecary s shop near second Street and Market. Some of fairer in Otway s regiment had Iriven offence to one of the citizens and governor Hamilton espoused the cause of tie citizen. This Drew Forth the keen pen of Mclean who defended the officer and was very sever on the governor. It a a an affair which created much excitement in Philadelphia. It is barely possible that some Light May he. Thrown on the subject if the descendants of governor Hamilton examine the papers they have preserved and which once were very Numerof the Frair with tia Milton he returned to England became the intimate of Burke and other literary men of the Day. About this time 1771, he wrote a defence of the ministry which is not extant unless some copy has been preserved in the United was on the subject of the Falkland Isles. In 1772, lord North gave him the collector ship of the port of Philadelphia when he came out again. He returned to England in 1773. It deserves attention that during this interval Junius did not write. Curious discovery Peri i Coz Hun Hamilton Tennessee observer gives a detailed account of some curiosities lately found in an extensive Cave in the Vicinity of great Laurel Ridge Cumberland mountains. Tho gentlemen who made the discovery Are John Chester and Jacob l. Davis Esq of Philadelphia. On the 24th of january these gentlemen who had been for several weeks engaged in the examination of the Cavern found three petrified bodice one of them holding a Spear in his hand. The human bodies Apo car to be those of Hunters. Their clothing can hardly be distinguished hut still it is evident that that too was in a measure turned into Stone. One of them is sitting with his head leaned against a projecting Rock and the other is standing with a Spear balanced in his hand As though he had been surprised and had just started the dog lies As if couched in terror or about to make a Spring. The Cave in which they Verc found in about 12i3 feet in the Mountain. The Entrance to it is difficult. The account of this discovery seems to be Well authenticated still there ii something poetical As Well As apocryphal about . Cour. Luxurious is related of Gooij Smith As of his Siul Olince and carelessness. That his Mode of extinguish nor his Candle which he used to keep burning when in bed until he was inclined to sleep was by throwing his Clipper at it which in consequence was usually Fotland in the morning near the overturn Randle stick dashed with pro Ai Quot

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