Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana 8 Apr 1840
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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - April 8, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana
. My the Public shed every wednesday 8peakiko with Tab feb com of a Man ui1i�blf of Loeb to an addict cd of Fobb mall. By George a. Chapman. Volume haute Vigo county ii Diana april 1840. Jun Are the Wabash eivqu1r� r la a Quot a a handsome said lady Montresor. Range that i never thought so before. It pub thed every wednesday a office on 4lh, be a a i always thought bran a Beautiful a Isimal his tween of Tabath and Ohio to Recti directly shape and movements Are extremely Beautiful and East of the court House. Wifler la Bome Leepe cts from the species to which he dollars scr Avivm belongs. Observe Madam that he is As Black As a Tocu dollars and Jiffy cents will be received if paid Loe except about the feet and the tips of the ears Vii Tuluii eight Noii Iii from the time of subscribing and there the Black is curiously contrasted by the or Tico dollars if paid in Advance or within Tuur Tav Ney Orange color. You a just try to love bran months my Mother tor he Lias saved my life More than once. No paper discontinued till All arrearage Are paid 1 of should have been robbed perhaps murdered on i Ilish at the option of the l ro7 Rhetor. A failure to my Way from the county of Down to Carling Ford had notify a at the end of the year wiil i not been guarded by my faithful bran who soon to Cir ii Iii red a new engagement. Made the villains Fly. Jul Lucan just to try him a Adverl a melts in this paper will not be a held my Grandfather s sword at me in a threatening Lowed to average More than four columns. I Nunner and if it had not been for my interference head v i a l sem kits inserted three times at would have torn my poor Harper to one do air a Square a Quot line to be continued at the a a 1 feel As if 1 ought to love him for his attachment rate of cents per Squire Weikly. Unless the Infin to you Edward list 1 have always Felt afraid of Ber of Iii Erti is be marked it n Ali Enanu it in. J was when quite Young prejudiced against handed i i it will be continued till ordered out and Harg in by. by the Quarter or longer Iii be charged a Square Lor six a Quot null or a year. A merch uits . And others advert majr by that species of the Clinine race by my nurse who u red to Tell the must frightful stones about the Well now my lady Mother let me Tell you what bran did a few Days since. M Lucan was out wandering on the Shuie of Carling Ford Bay when the to clip feed. For two squares $15. A Wilc of o l Klein the Fisherman came week ing to and asking Charity told him that her imsland Lead gone out into the Harbor to fish without any com Anion and had not been Hoard of since but that some blood had been seen on the Shore and his Lellow Boatman believed Itiat he was m Lucan inquired Liow Lar Distant triese tracks were to be found and taking bran with Hijii to the spot lie Oon scented the route of the Fisherman to a Cave where he had crawled the night before unable to walk or reach his Cabin in coins Quence of having Teiji de from hi>5 boat in the darkness of the night upon an extremely Shar Flint which had caused so Lecki All incision tit Rouglin the sole of his Bare toot that lie was Only Able to crawl on his hands and Knees to seek a she itch for tiie the wound had bled Protu Ely Aslo have Rem lored Hin too to be Ible to let know whore he was though lie Lizard their voice a who is a dear Good dog Quot said lady Montressor and Pinili g faintly As she spoke Quot the strange creature looks As if he of a a and us he does Quot said Edward Quot Bee h w a t Ray lie watches us As it aware thai he is the sub i it of our observe How he looks from ii Loo i Seif Madam at if to congratulate Nie on iia ii Sulci a la a and Excelle it lady tor my Ino i incr Quot and doubles Quot replied her Ladyship amused at the Iii a a a lie i at me As if to give me Joy. For b. Ii g Bluit with such a son Quot and Lias tily brushing away the tear of at Section that rushed unbidden to her Eye she limit med Quot Are you aware my son that we Are to be honoured with a visit from our Dublin i rinds the b troness de i Acy and her Lovely Daugh ice i Liillie pay Alliey Are to be Here to night and via remain Al i5uylt Abbey Tive or s x weeks or As As the weather is i am quite Del Lilied. The Baroness is a Well the Yar i for three ill re for Quirt a of a column of Ems half Aco Qinnn. I x thro m a Coli ii it for a Colu Imi a a a Quot a year. Advertis Iii Nti author it ii to Aluie must be fir 111 Advance. Adv Ernst i c its co i from abroad Mii to be act Piru Icid w Ili tic Cash Lull is ordered t r pub i Iii ii a by tin re Iblis her. Al Osl it must to paid. Bran the bloodhound. Or Ihk Ali in of i Bruj. A f a my i Risi i via Tir. Silent is like Hall of night Joy 1 linear not the voice of the Bard. Bran in Al Etc it not Shakt his it Lauis at the Gate glad at the Omvig �1 a just Ait tiie bib rom Den e cd Quot a a Quot Comal int t Anc Mit and Noil 1 put do o. Want Ltd the j Tow Hii Itiat a of Lury of Ali ii ii Relo Eldou cont bagration at in i in. Like l Uko Quot of me a .n.ury. Ii of . To Ash m the. Y i to it la Ned in Tim Luciy tar Trio a lib la tors of w Ilttre l e but Ito the .1 the a Jucy w Iii Liwa Bull fimme Quot a Ely amp Lori a 111 ton Lis was also at a flu l distance Irsai Lue Cne of action Roma inc i no. Nyji red. This in Lalier been a ,. By of Cir Torsian 111.ink.-, but falling my of Demy Iii Tralor Niiya much reduced in ii Iii a it by of Sev eral of Quot their order to the r. Iri i a few Beni g i of my r to it they cried a i t u smaller Ami Diiuro a talc Ocsid Nice. N Al ter t h a tin or it Lier of our he of a d Meiji Ville hied it lok of it by of Faux in , and be big , tilted a the least ruinous part of in for us.-, and Remi red it not Only a Chinfu Lable but a chg Hutul Rel read Fum like buy Lunt of and c Rug Man. I o tins grand but melancholy and at hit i me lonely spot As soon As it was finished did sir Waller do Burgo bring ins to Ely Ainia Hiland daughter. Lady it Abella Munt res emf the of a a Antral Roii Pressor who was killed Al Ine Bailie of the Buyne. Lady Isabella who Tiad been in a stale of melancholy Ever since the death the Barber of Ulm. At a time when tho profession of a Barber occupied a much higher station than it now does and when the Leech the Shaver of the town or Village were often Turand United in the same person there lived in the free and impartial City of Ulm an excellent Tonsor named Nicholas Botie Stetten. But notwithstanding the manifold merits of the accomplished Nicholas the world with its usual blindness overlooked at the same time his talents and his shop and no Barber in Ulm mowed to few chins As Meinheit Botie Stetten. It happened that upon the evening of a More than usually unsuccessful Day Nicholas was seated in a pensive attitude before his fire and with Bis empty soap Box in one hand and a venerable razor to the other thus Soliloquy sized our disconsolate Barber. Quot surely never Fortune persecuted Barber As she has Dune me a miserable Man that i am i have Liis Day Only shaved an old knife grinder and a wretched water Carrier. Of Fate Fate had i but soap enough and an Opportunity of using it i would show abilities that would astonish the but Quot full Many a Flower is born to Bash unseen Quot Aud there was no Prospect of Nicholas having an Opportunity of displaying those talents which had As yet Only been exercised upon vulgar and illiterate water carriers. Lie continued to lament in the same Strain tor some time and finally settled into an attitude which had Al least the appearance of deep meditation. It May be proper to observe that the fire gradually waxed less Clear to the optics of the meditative Barber. Alter the lapse of sometime Nicholas was aware of the presence of another person in the room and a gentleman of tall and rather singular figure advanced towards him with a smile which was Means to be very repossessing. Nicholas however did not think so but put himself in an Altitude of defence brandish aug his Rusty razor in a truly terrific manner. The stranger notwithstanding Nicholas s warlike appearance advanced quite coolly even to the very Edge of the threatening weapon and addressed the ferocious Barber in a voice of the utmost Savity. Quot Eriend Nicholas Quot said he Quot you perfectly misunderstand my intentions i am come to bestow a very great favor upon at this Nicholas elevated Nis ears and lowered his weapon begging the gentleman s Pardon for his inhospitable reception. I he stranger requested him not to disco pose himself about it and Nicholas making a Low Bow asked the gentleman if he wished to be shaved but thai , with a slight smile said that there would be shaving enough by and by adding Quot in fact this is the very business i have come about. 1 think you said or Lou a which is just the same that if you had enough of soap and chins to operate upon you would be a Happy Man. Is this your opinion Quot after some hesitation Nicholas said that it was. Upon which the stranger desired him to Rise and follow. This our Barber prepared to do and was in the act of pulling his soap Box in his pocket when like stranger desired him to leave it saying there was soap enough where they were going. Nicholas took the Liberty of asking where that might Rny has always done cheer up your broken spirits dear acid excellent lady Isabella already More cheerful at the idea of seeing the Baroi eos who had been the companion of her Youtie smiled almost archly i in her son Liesad, Quot but what of the fair i Fillippa you do kit Serin to include tier in the promised pleasure How is tins Montressor Quot i he of the almost Hazel Cheek of the Young of her husband Tell perfectly willing to withdraw Man was heightened excessively and looking Down to these shades with her Parent no j bran saying with great emotion. Phil sickened by the ingratitude of Mankind had Toug it the retire Lieut of boy., where he might prepare tor another and blur world. A lady a Billy had married when but fifteen and now Only in her we pity Fil in year was Enqu solely Beauli Fui but her being the idea with care gave her otherwise Lovely countenance an look of sadness the had one son on w lion sue doted and who w As now in his ninth . Lady Isabella was determined to suit Erin end Iii it Eil Calion till his fifteenth year and not re Lyme u,.on her own capacity employed the Niota Learned and accomplished teachers to instruct him in ail lie Neces scary and ornamental branches i f education. In the Eft abolishment of Boyle Abbey .>5ir so Iker de burg., retained his Harper who thai he was tart approaching to the verge of tie a rave begged j or Uii Sion to bring his Nephew from Dundalk that was a Fine performer and a worthy lad he Mig it take ins place Itier his deals. I o this sir Walter consented More on account of his grandson than his own. Soon after the arrival of Maclucas at Boyle Abbey hit Wincie worn out by age and infirmity sunk and wits Laid in the Bunal place of his ances to it re. In a Lew months afterwards sir Walter followed used do Fuesl c to the grave lady was left Eole ii Eiress to ins immense wealth Aud till Ner beloved son Edtl told Alon tres Cor he oui arrive Al manii Ood. Ilie situation of Boyle Olbey was extremely grand and is idly romantic. Fires Lofmark evergreens arose be find it Aud served to throw �1 into t old Relief. The building stood on a Loti Eminence Wirich comma lied an ext Euclive Prospect of the Beau till Lut a dangerous Bay of Carlin Gourd and lieu Branch of it Cai cd i tory was always kept Rohani by a glued at night because Zitur cached out love Ards the Bay and Tylius served As a Beacon to guide Tuo unwary a amen of hashing boats against Runng Bev another part which w the in the most dilapidated pc late was always the chosen spot for meditation or w Liere the Hai p of the you Liili Bard Maciuca sounded the most Delig fitfully to uie ear of his Young lord Edt Nond and at Ting it when the Moon arose they would Opeai theirs eyes near the Gray ruin on the North bide of tiie obey Wiere its broken shafts a mouldering Pei meets and mutilated columns Fust crumbling into decay or covered with the dark Moss and try Toke adherents of Lallon grand eur Ever Al Oded the Young Ellhu Diasis loud for Louvera alien Tubic poetry in Short the noblest Field for the indulgence of their imaginations. Moon after i wrench Maclucas bad entered the service of sir Walter de Burgo he proc cd a Young blood bound of an enormously Large species Ihnn Coli Mon 10 Ireland bul which a Well As Many other of tfx air animals Aud cattle Lave now become extinct. Brau which was the name by which Itie Young Mun Trebour called him soon became devoted to his la Aster and never Lott sight of him even when he slept. Lady Isabella thought Han the most Fero club looking creature she bad Ever seen Aud till the had watched him and Taw bit place his sleek Umi Graceful Bead upon the Kuee of her Sou and Haik with Afier Lionte Tiu Leoress in Bia face a be never would be brought Eves to Pat bin on the Hbeo a be did so be turned Quick and looked Ber a Barp to the face uttering a abort growl. Quot Brao bran do you know it la Ray Mother 1 said Bia coaster to Bim afar reply Quot Pat Bini again \1aj Amibella Quot said the Young Man Quot bran must be taught to love Tatiom that Are dear to me Pat him again my Mother 1 a will oot growl at you fur he a very a Gacitua ao4 almost understands what 1 hmm Lyabella again paced the Bead of the animal fearfully. A Dubo tiap at me Good bran Quot a Aid Abe coax ogly. The Dof or nog towards her a a i Waffie by tail Laid his Bead in Ber Lap first a wed up in tier face then gently Carrmad the delicate band that she bad Juat removed from it. Quot he j i informed woman and 1 Hope will As she be but the stranger with a Stern look bade him be silent. He began not exactly to like this new acquaintance but recollecting that he could not be worse than he was at present he announced himself in readiness to set out. Lie followed the stranger for some time in silence through the streets till at length they arrived at a Bridge which spans tie Danube. Micholas ventured to ask How much farther they were to go Quot follow Quot said the stranger but the Barber had no mind to do so any farther and he attempted to Stop with All this might but this he found to his sorrow he was utterly unable to do for he fell himself dragged Forward As if some invisible hand was pulling him by the Collar. He held Back most manfully but was constantly hauled on like an unwilling dog in a string. He now began to suspect the nature of the company he had got into and some vague ideas of spirits and running streams crossed his mind but his conductor strode on in perfect composure crying out at every step. Quot follow follow Quot on on they went till Nicholas lost All manner of sense and began to Roar and Bellow most furiously but when his terror was at its height and his Tongue performing its office in a masterly manner suddenly he was stopped in his lamentation by going Bead Foremost into a deep pit which he discovered to his infinite consternation was full of soap suds. The stranger pulled Hin out by the heels sputtering and cursing. But no time was left for consideration again the All powerful Quot follow Quot burst from the lips of the stranger and Nicholas again began his journey. At length Tivey came to abroad and seemingly impassable morass but tho stranger tripped lightly Over it and the unfortunate Nicholas sinking to the Middle at every step reached the other Side breathless and drenched. Quot now Quot said the stranger Quot prepare Quot and clapped Bis hand upon Nicholas eyes. On removing it the Barber found himself in a spacious Hall in which sat a multitude of venerable and Long bearded men and an immense River of lather rolled at their feet Quot a shave Quot cried the Strai a. &Quot.shave,&Quot echoed the old men Nicholas in horrible fright yelled out at this moment the stranger put into his hand an enormous rarer and shaving Brush. To work he set but the Beard of the first he tried was so Long and matted that the razor had no effect upon it. Quot of fora pair of scissors Quot cried Nicholas. Quot shave Quot cried the stranger Quot a shave to All eternity Quot cried the old men. Nicholas could stand no Mure but bolted out of the Hall straight Forward when he Felt some one seize him by the Chin. He looked up and found himself to his great amazement still sitting before his fire with the razor in hand and one of the officers of the University standing beside Hira. Quot i m condemned Quot said Nicholas. Quot to Whatt said the officer. Quot to shave to All in great trepidation he leaned his face upon his bands and sighed most deeply. He was roused from his lamentations by the officer telling him to get up and come with him to shave the erudite doctor Pflanzl whenner who was about to set out to examine some unknown Plant just discovered in a ditch on the Borders of Bavaria. We Are to say that Nicholas acquitted himself so much to the Learned doctor s satisfaction that Ever after he was the favorite Barber of the University of Ulm. Nippa the playmate of my childhood and one of the fairest of Libernia s Dan gaiters shall shall Quot and he hesitated. Quot be Itic beloved Friend and companion of my son Quot said the lady finishing the sentence in pity to the too evident confusion of Montressor. Quot be so be it if it please your Ladyship and bran my Brave defender you must be respectful to the loveliest of creation for never have thine eyes beheld a being half so charming nay not even in the person of my Mother As is my fair haired Blue eyed and beauteous Phil lib a de i awards tiie Colic of the Day the ancient but plei ibid cacti of the Baroness de Lacy drawn by tour right Aii horses Wilh the arms of the family emblazoned of the heavy panne is and attended by out riders w As seen slowly ascending the Steep approach to Lioy be Abbey. The Gray headed keeper of the g lie threw wide the portals to admit them and with Many thanks and a most obsequious Bow a a cued the halt Guinea Winch the Baroness motioned him to receive As a Reward for his attention. Mon ire it Bor who had been for at least two hours watch i Iii the Road leading from Dundalk to Carling Ford with a Telescope the moment he observed the ancient bul splendid Rqn Paje of the de Lacys darted. I trom ins scat and was at the coach door asm sting the dig Iii cd lady to alight from it and offering his Arm tor her to lean upon with evident Delight and some Lillie embarrassment offered tiie other to the smiling and blushing i Fillippa and with a Rich freight of dignity and Inlet decl on the one hand and of youth Beauty and amiability an the other Edmourd proudly entered the drawing room of his Mother. Lady Isai Juiia received the Friend of her youth in the True style of in a hospitality a trait so distinguish no 111 that nation that it has Ever involuntarily Ueen do aided to it above All other countries on the lace of the Earth and for the time being every thing that wealth and generosity could effect was called among tier Ltd is Aud Shoals w Ith Winch it . Lomond Montressor being i Ducale in a spot j = i Quot of a a a a a Gloo by Astle abound ii g with the Inlet grand and striking Leai ures be Seal of Joy and festivity. The nobility and Gen of Romance became Devon edit attached to the of for Many Miles around the county of Down were invited to meet the distinguished guests at Boyle Abbey but none of the Mauiu semels that were Forward there of lorded the Young people half the pleasure that they derived from their sails along the Little inlets of Carling Ford Bay or the evening ramble amid the Gray ruins of the priory where they could wander tree from harm while attended by the watchful Aud keen scented bran Lor Edmond Montressor was tho devoted slave of Phillipa de Lacy who returned his affection with interest Thev having been As observed before acquainted from infancy and both of them highly gifted by nature and by Fortune. Miss de Lacy was now turned of seventeen above the Middle height of females with a figure As beautifully proportioned As that of the Medican Venus. Her hair w As luxuriant and of the palest Brown her complexion almost dazzlingly fair with an expression of great dignity la her countenance which per haps would have been in consequence of the great strictness in w hich she had been educated perhaps too grave had it not been for the two Tell tale dimples that played around a Mouth and Teeth of Yocom Mon witchery and Lovei Inesa. Except in height Hon Trestor formed a striking contrast to her for naturally of a dark complexion with dark Eye and hair he had Embr owned the former by a constant exposure to the weather Hbeo on Bunting excursions with them a Boring Gentry but Bia complexion otherwise too dark Waaso ribbed by the Bright color of Bealts that glowed warmly of Bia Cheek. Hia features were extremely bad Home the extra Aioo of his countenance characteristic of spirit courage of and Booe Volence while Bic dark fall Eye beamed with intelligence. Miss de Lacy would be Tabeb Ereea of an Ismeine Fortune and to parents of both though they did of thing to promote a to too Between Ribeir a Bildren desired it which a we of the Eoll Tery Proi b that Quot the course of True love does Quot run to m Ooii-non>0 fyr the enquirer. And hat a tvo Elve month Paat an Junon ? by atop bin j. W. Taboe. Set to original music by r. H. Tromp too and Baa a twelve month past and flown since i could Call thee All my own ? it has but fear not i May change or e or to thee my heart grow at Aoge. I love thee 1 love thee though time bastes of Bia Way and dearer and dearer Art thou to me each Day. Then Cace not for the Speed of years or fill thy breast with anxious fear for As time o or us swiftly flies. Thou Art More Lovely in my eyes. I love thee dec. Fear not that age will steel those Barma which now produce such soft Laroie for still shall love lend thee Bis Raya. And thou grow fairer to my gaze. I love thee amp a. Affection fast our souls shall twine and closer link my heart to thine till they Are join d by such a tie. That torn asunder both must die. I love thee i love thee though time tastes on his Way and dearer and dearer Art thou to me each Day. June 21, 1839. For the Wabash enquirer. Lines written on Reading Elkatawa. A Cutter 1 there As those who have thoughtlessly said that Genius was give n thee in vain. While the dreams of depravity haunted thy head and impurity prompted thy Strain. There Are those who in feeling Neer went with the throng. That thy taste and thy Talent could own that could dwell with Delight on the turns of thy song but the author displeased them alone. Lei them look on the lays of thy boyhood no More. Let them search not the sins of thy youth. But turn to the Strain that Hast ventured to pour. O or the lovers of poetry s truth let them gaze on the volume Here of d to their View whose spirit shall new Ages Illume when the age in whose Light it first flourished and grew shall be closed in the night of the Tomb. Let them learn from the chief the Fervour of love. The brightness of truth and the spirit of bravery from the Prophet the Joys of the blessed above and from the captive the hatred of slavery. And of when they turn from the soul moving Lay if their hearts Are As cold As the poet first found them. May the Day Star it of Freedom Neer lighten their Way. Or rapture or love never sparkle around them. Charles. Indianapolis la. For the Wabash enquirer. Acrostic. May heaven s designs in the fair maid exist. And Crown her with Joys unclouded by Mist richly and truly shed Serleth them All a youth and Beauty like hers our senses Neer pall let me then and forever succumb to such charms a of could i press thee but once in these arms not All the world s pleasures deemed by others so Sweet. Ever could equal one sigh at thy feet. J. B. C. Juar Thall Iii., 30lh Varch. Al the request of fair correspondent we give the following an insertion. We would remark however that it is from the Spanish not the French. Giving and taking. Prox the rbb5ch. Since for kissing you my Mother blames and scolds me All the Day let me have it quickly quickly. Give me Back my kiss i Pray. Do she keeps so great a tumult. Chides so sharply looks so grave do my love to Pleise my Mother <1 Ive me Back the kiss i gave. Out upon you out upon you one you gave but two you take give me Back the two my Darling give them for my Mother s Sake. following dialogue did actually occur Down East Between a father and Bis Aon son. Father How Many Lega Haa a calf father. Four of course. Son. Supposing of were to Call Hia tall a leg How Many would you have then ? father. Five of coarse. Son. No t would it for calling a tail a leg Don t make it a log no How. The father smiled and said son thou Art almost a Solomon. Ibish tomorrow mr.�?�z will Yoa Dine with me Quot Faith and 1 will with All my heart. Ken Ember tia Only a family dinner i m Aak a Jato and Arhat for not i a family Draser a a Mility pleasant Timioff. What Haw Ott let a Geh no inf uncommon i Ottak aft ii Light Pritee of come beef and Fly the Polvere time Bates a pm a orm i pet or m dimmer pfc a a a a i. A i in a a the a Trier tirade Baly aloft beet aft. Deferred matter. To the Golf owing queries Are to be Pat by the Persona appointed to take the census the present year. The cultivator from which paper we copy it Maya a Quot if every Farmer who receives a copy of theae interrogatories would at his Leisure sit Down and write against each one the proper reply not Only would the labors of the mar balls be greatly expedited but which is of More consequence a greater degree of accuracy would be secured. The Marshalla win commence in june next and proceed through their District As soon As consistent with accuracy. The interrogatories refer to the crops of 1839, and to the proceeds of that year must the answers agriculture interrogations. What is tho number of your horses and mules 1 How Many neat cattle have you 1 How Many sheep 1 How Many Winel what a the estimated value of your poultry of All kinds How Many bushels of wheat did you grow in 1839 How Many bushels of Barley 1 How Many bushels of Oats How Many bushels of Rye ? How Many bushels of buckwheat How Many bushels of Indian Corn ? How Many pounds of Wool ? How Many pounds of hops ? How Many pounds of Wax 1 How Many bushels of potatoes How Many tons of Hay ? How Many tons of hemp and flax ? How Many pounds of tobacco ? How Many pounds of Rice ? How Many pounds of Cotton have you gathered ? How Many pounds of silk cocoons How Many pounds of sugar ? How Many cords of Wood have you sold ? what is the value of the products of your Dairy ? what is the value of the products of your Orchard ? How Many Gallons of wine have you made what is the value of your Home made or family goods ? As intimately connected with these May be added those relating to horticulture which Are As follows what was the value of the products of your Garden in 1839 what was the value of the products of your Nursery and or a House ? the courier says that Gen. Harrison has denied that he is an abolitionist. When and where we Oak. Show us something besides your naked user Tion for it. The people have stopped believing these apse Dixit s of interested individuals and require something More than Mere assertion. Here is our authority Over his own signature that he is one and we shall keep it in Type and insert As often As we can find room. Now show us something like a denial of this charge Over his proper signature and we then May be convinced. To the i hem being called Quot suddenly Home to attend my sick family i have Quot but a moment to answer a few of the calumnies Quot which Are in circulation concerning me. Quot i am accused of being Friendly to slavery. From Quot my earliest youth to the present moment i have Quot been an ardent Friend of human Liberty. At the Quot age of 18 i became a member of an Quot abolition society established at Rich Quot Anund the object of which was to ameliorate the Quot condition of slaves and procure their Freedom by Quot every Legal Means. My venerable Friend judge Quot Gatch of Clermont county was also a member of Quot this society and has lately Given me a certificate Quot thai i was one. The obligation which i i then come Quot under i have faithfully performed. We. H. a Roma Kable Swan reaches a very great age. One of these Birds known by the name of old Jack died last summer at 15t. James s Park having reached the exact age of three Acore and ten. The following account is Given of him Quot old Jack was batched sometime about the year 1770, on a piece of water attached to old Buckingham House and for Many years basked in the Sun Shine of Royal favor Queen Charlotte being extremely partial to Bim and frequently condescending to Farad him herself. When the pleasure Gardena in St. James s Park were Laid out. Jack was removed. His immense size sociable disposition and undaunted courage have often excited the admiration of the Public. Jack s strength and courage were indeed astonishing frequently has he seized an unlucky dog who chanced to approach the Edge Bis watery Domain by the neck and drowned him and on one occasion be seized a boy about twelve Yeara of age who bad been teasing him by the leg of Bis trousers and dragged Hin into the water up to big Knees. Jack however never acted on the off Asive but always on the defensive and if not Anni de was exceedingly tractable. But the March of modern improve Meiu affected poor Jack As i pub a it Haa Dona thousands of More pretending biped. The Mitbo logical society was formed Aad a boat of feathered foreigners Boad their Way on to anal with whom Jaek bad Many a fierce and ferocious encounter my invariably came off Secena Emiil 4 Bat f legion of polish geese at Toath arrived who fenced hostilities with Jack immediately or. Fia Epie inf everything like open Wharfi if thay attain Iii Bia a a body and peeked bin up Aeve Refy him in . To fat poor Oli Jaek Baa Immon Aurum for one of the Acia Saiia my Quot corruption Quot would refer our Friend of the new Harmony disseminator to an article in another column beaded Federal whig frauds. As he goes against this particular species of corruption in Van Buren men against whom no charge of the kind has Ever been we wait to see what he will say to this. These articles show that the franking privilege can be abused by those who cry loudest against others. And in addition to this a whig senator of Illinois has lately been detected in Frankie i own private Leklert under the wrappers of Public document franked to him by members of Congress. We allude to senator Ross of Pike county. Can you offset them Friend Maclure ? the articles referred to above were published in in our last. The new York Gazette a whig paper in alluding to the controversy about Gen. Harrison s income from his clerkship of the county court where he resides says Quot Gen. Harrison holds we believe a rather profitable office from which he obtains a handsome salary by rendering the appropriate services and while on the one band it is not True that he is receiving a Large salary for no equivalent labor it is quite As false on tie other hand that be is living in a log Cabin and Geta his living by daily labor at the plow and Post new Post office has been established at Burton a Rke co., ind. And Josephus Burton Appo Iii Ted Post master. Also one at Farrow on Putnam co. And a. S. Farrow appointed Poat master. Also one at Maxwell just Over the River and s. Mcquilkin appointed Post master. Jeremiah Andrews has been appointed Post Mas ter at Noble court House Noble county. We learn that a very great Man is getting up a new whig paper at Vincennes. Perhaps it is intend As a punishment for the Gazette s Unwar ily sex peeing Federal whig principles. What think you Friend Caddington 1 gov. Morton Bas appointed c. G. Greene eeq., editor of the Boston Post one of his aids de Camp. A Augusia age. And no Man Ever had a better Aid a Anya Wim to hot Imam of a to a Aad ram a did qemal Oriett lv>fnaimidi8f adj Faal Fiti Aam to marry a a Angel Maya m Gantt Tiff waft a a Artrip in no of 9 Ite Quot Man is a a a �?�tarfrli�a�m1buairtlwit Mrad re a h a a Raifeh Gaha Aab Liaw thera a a probability thai a Gao Acai bad kept Law Ariu congrats. Put Iowa Loa a owing Iafioli Al Friar Teri to effect Tine nov ewer of the new inf lad Sta Tai lava Appel Ted fart Daya. Wpm a a loan la Lemki Mirari attempt by of the Moat cold blooded and daring attempts at murder was made upon the body of or. M. Shepherd at pleasant Garden in this court Aii Friday Aveai avast a Tel the whole cause of this deed Are wrapped in mystery. About nine clock or. S. Was in urdu a writing when a gun or pistol was discharged Al him from the front window and it was clearly proven by the Burnt papers which Lay inside on tto Tav Dow Sill that the muzzle had been in where Tea. Glass was broken. Upon close exam Inatio it appeared that the slugs or shot with which the weapon was heavily charged had not done the mischief but that the blood thirsty Assassin had went into the shop and in the Roost bar areas manner beat or. 8. Over the Bead with the instrument he had Quot in his hand or with the chairs in the room which were literally covered with blood. As evidence of this being the proceeding in the first Wem laying in to hts window which were scorched by the powder. It is believed that Shepherd was left dead by the villain who attempted the foul deed Aad made his escape but be so recovered As to be Able to get to Bis boarding Bonse which was just across the Street about one o clock. None of the inmates of the House knew him and he was unable to speak to be understood and at this Date wednesday a re Ning is yet unable to talk. We have understood that Steps have been taken to ascertain the perpetrator of tho act and what Success has attended the i Fortis of those in search we have not Learned. Some suppose the wounds Shepherd received will prove fatal but the last news we received was More favourable a still he was not Able to speak to be understood. From the character which or. S. Bore in the county none would have supposed that he had an enemy who would be guilty of such an act. In fact nothing that he could have done would have justified the doing of such a deed As was committed by the cowardly and Knavish perpetrator in this Case. As efforts Are making to investigate this matter we will postpone further remarks until next week Ortenca lie visitor. Whimsical noisy creature Man would be were his voice to proportion to his weight As powerful As that of the Gefas Hopper which May be heard at the distance of one eighth of a mile. The Olibri weighs about one half an ounce so that a Man of Ordinary size weighs about As much As 4000 Kolivras. One Olibri must weigh at least As much As four Grasshoppers. Assuming then that a Man weighs As much As 16,000 Grasshoppers and that the voice of one of these May be Beard atth0 distance of one sixteenth of a mile that of a Man were it in proportion to his Woi hit would be Tuc ble at the distance of 1000 Miles and when be sneezed he would run the risk of bringing the a a about his ears like the Walls of Jericho at the Soof flir of the trumpets. Assuming farther that a a Jea weighs a Grain which is something More tha itt real weight and that it is Able to Clear one Inch and a half at a Spring a Man of one Hundred and fifty pounds weight would by the same Rule be Able to make a Spring Over a space of 12,800 Miles Aad consequently leap with ease from new York to Cochin China. Aristophanes represents Socrates and his pupils occupied in a similar computation. They Are exhibited calculating the Weighi of a Flea s leg in proportion to that of its body. The ironical calculation of aristophanes however Falls far Short of that of the Kew York Sun. A dutch following admirable production delivered before a company of Volunteer soldiers during our revolutionary straggle Aponta eve of their going Forth to glorious War was calculated to inspire them with her Vulcan strength and courage a glue friends Ven first you come Here atm was poor and now friends you is prot and Yons gotten on your unicorns and dem vits you like a Dong s upon a hog s pack now my friends let to Dell you Dis a Man is a Man if he is no bigger As my dumb. Ven Tavid vent out to fight Mit Goliah a Doo nothing Vid him but one Sling now Don t i take me mine friends it was not a rum Sling no nor a Brandy Sling no it was a Sling made Vit Hickory stick. Now Ven Goliah seen Tavid coming by says you Little Damp scoundrel does you come to Vight me ? i vill give you to the girds of the Fie i and a get beast of the air Tavid says Solias Tbs Rae is not always with Schrift nor ish that i Battle Mit the Strong and a Man is a Man if he is no big Ger As my dumb so Tavid fixes a Stone in his Sling and he draws it at Goliah and knocks bin Rito in the forehead and Den Tavid took Goliad s Swort and Cut off his head and Den All tho Prii to gals comes out and stroked Flowers in his Way Aud Sung sol is a great Man Vor he has Kilt his thousand put Tavid a greater As he Vor he Haa Kilt Goliah now mine friends when you Coes out to Fig lit Mit the Damp British remember vat i Dell you Dat a Man is a Man if be Rno bigger As my dumb. An few Days ago Asj trundling a who Lebarr it a through one of our he was considerable a Al de by a sow with or ter of juvenile porkers who not having the fear of hog Reeves before their a yes. 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