Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana 9 Dec 1840
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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - December 9, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana
My the Wabash published every wednesday a a Akiho with rum a so Boom of a Haw atm Myhr Wmma pm am ave Tsao of a Ipi bail by George a. Chapius. Volume haute tier Chi pity i Mana Beck Bett 1640. Kim her 7.the Wabash enc Izirer it pub hiked every wednesday a once on ath be Tweti in hat and Ohio streets directly Eal of the court Home. Terms. Two dollars per annul in Advance. One Dollar win be received for six Monthe and fifty cent for Oliree months. Five dollars m Advance will pay for to years or for three papers for one year. A new club Aub bribing for this fall i was sure that i had him id my net for i had heard him prattling about the toy and knew that in hid infant pleasure he kept it by his a Ide in bed. I Felt no weariness or fatigue but waited patiently. On the third he passed me running joyously along with his Silken hair streaming in the wind and singing god have mercy upon me a merry Ballad a who could hardly Lisp the words. I Etole Down after him creeping under certain shrubs which grew in that place and none but devils know with what terror i a Stro full grown Man tracked the footsteps of that child As be approached the water s Brink. I was close upon him paper when Ali Are Quot sent to one Quot address it will be and sunk upon my knee and raised my hand to fat Rahed As follows t ru6t him in. When he saw Rny Shadow in the Stream for copies one year and he turned Hir self around. Forl2co iic6 i his to incr s ghost was look Init from his eyes. For 20 Quot 3 to 00 Ith fun Buret Torch from a Clouds it shone in the for 40 copies Quot Bright eke Llic ill evening Earth the Clear water and in the same proportion for a greater number. The sparkling drops of rain upon the leaves. There the Cash always to be paid in Advance. Were eyes in every thing. 1 he whole great uni advert, . To . one Dollar a Square h ones to be continued at the rate cents per Square weekly. I Nile the num j to love me a not that he did and then 1 saw him i running Back toward the House. The next i saw t was Iny own sword naked in my hand and he lying Ber of insertions be marked in the manuscript when handed in it will be continued till ordered out and charged accordingly. Advertisements published by the Quarter or longer will be charged a Square it for month or $10 a year. Merchants. Or Jiggitts. Zintl Ertist by the year. Wll be charged. I lir two Fiji Ines a for Tiereo re ire i. Fur Quarter of a Rohnin of a Jikuo e is. F Quot a la Alf a column. Oliree Foi Ortlip of a column. Ufi for a column $75 u year. Advert cements authorised by statute input be a it Aid for in and Anre. Adv Estip orients co Uin from abroad nudist h a u it i talk cols i. ordered for Hubli cation by m Bri Lucr to i Ber. To nit paid. Tin clock ask. A t 0>r i so ii Rollo in a Tison in i i k i it s Tiik is adm. I ii i i 1 i a Paiit Quot ? c inti Ision �11ii,5 maj it it v briny. Ii ii i Vit abroad in ibo Cali Pai in t Kul and 10&Quot 1 lie Trenity of Ninich Gurii but ing concluded i returned Lime. And retiring from the service withdrew to a Hii All it tale lying a few Miles of London Wlinich Bud recently acquired m right of my wife. This la the or. Ii. It i have to Jive and 1 set Dorian tiie i a gtd trn b without 1 was never a my Ned had Niwat Lei inc in my at my feet Stark dead dabbled Here and there with blood but otherwise no different from what i had seen him in his sleep in the same attitude too with in a Cheek resting upon his Little hand. 1 took him in my arms and Laid him very gently now that he was dead in a Thicket. My wife was from Home that Day and would not return until the next. Dur bed room window the Only sleep inf room on that Sid of the House was but a few feet t r in the ground and 1 resolved to descend from it at Naglit and Bury him in the Garden. 1 had no thur it Liat 1 had failed in my design no thought which i sat and raising their frightful bowl once More tired to tear away the wooden Ursila that kept them from the ground Henmi. 1 new Bow i looked in the Fket of the two who were with me. Quot they cent some or Quot a Aid they both together. Quot to script no prey said i. Quot in heaven s name move Quot said the one i knew very earnestly Quot or you will be torn to a a let them tear me limb from limb i 11 never leave this place Quot cried l Are dogs to hurry men to shameful deaths hew them Down Cut them in Quot there is some foul mystery Here Quot said the officer whom i did not know drawing his sword. Quot in King Charles s name assist me to secure this they both set upon me and forced me away though i fought and bit and caught at them like a madman. Afler a struggle they got me quietly Between them and then my god i saw the angry dogs tearing at the Earth and throwing it up into the air like water. What More have i to Tell that i fell upon my i Knees and with chattering Teeth confessed the truth and prayed to be forgiven. That i have since denied and now confess to it again. That i have been tried for the crime found guilty and sentenced. That i have not the courage to anticipate my doom or to Bear manfully against it. That i have no compassion no Consolation no Hope no Friend. That my wife has happily lost for the time those faculties which would enable her to know my misery or hers. That i am alone in this Stone Dungeon with my evil spirit and that i die to Morrow Sengl Lar ke8embla.nre Between two gentlemen in the county or Are at present two gentlemen occupying a respectable position in this county who Are so strikingly similar in their appearance that frequently most ludicrous mis. _ _ takes have occurred from the inability of their in Liat Ilie water would be dragged and nothing found Tim ate acquaintances to discern one gentleman Frona that the Money must now Lay waste since i must the other. As this fact is now notorious in the t Lic. Urage the idea that the Cli ild was lost or stolen. Country and Good hum redly enjoyed by the parties All my thoughts were bound up and knotted Ogeth j themselves who Are on terms of the closest Friend or Iii one absorbing necessity of hiding what i had ship and who not infrequently play off jokes at the Dune. How i Felt when they came to Tell me that the child was missing when i ordered scouts in All directions when i gasped and trembled at every one s approach no Tongue can Tell or mind of Man conceive. I buried him that night. When i parted expense of each other there can be nothing unreasonable in mentioning their names Viz Bernard o Flaberty Esq of Lidon and Robert Bodkin Esq. Of Anagh so perfect is their resemblance As to height figure complexion and dress that the brother of one gentleman has been known to declare a by of speak n. \ while i a v 1 name i Vii Afi it r ii Ujj k Gac Iii j in 1. Lit get ret. Fillen. It a 1 bad put Amy grave i Frlj i i i a. , for i is my lir Blar k t . Iii ii til , my Only brother i Rai illness. No a in fur this circumstance since be had been men it Hau a soul Ted but very lit be together. He tas open cart d and generous handsomer Tim i More acc nil a bed and generally ,.v&Ltd. Tose who 6 us Tel i in acquaint and. or at heme by Cikut a they were in end it t Bis. Eidom attached then ii elves to me Long and would usually say in our firt to conversation Liat Ilo y were surprised to find two Bri Ibers so unlike in their manners and appearance. Iwas my habit to Lead idiom on to this by Law f r 1 knew what they Mutt draw Between Uund having a o Vyn my heart. I sought to justify it to my Telf. We had two Sitters. This additional lie below to i. Of. As it May appear to some Only estranged us the ii to. The boughs and looked into the dark Thicket there that he could not distinguish Between them had not was a glow worm shining like the visible spirit of j his relation a Peculiar rotary motion about his eyes id i on the murdered child. I glanced Down into j which the other had not. The resemblance is still his grave when i had placed him there and still it i More unaccountable As there is no relationship be Glt amed upon ins an Eye of fire looking up tween the Standard. 10 heaven in supplication to the stars that watched 11 e at my work. Horrid saturday morning a Mur i had to meet my wife and break the Dews and Jer of a most horrid barbarous and brutal character Velier Hope thai the child would soon be found. As perpetrated upon the person of an old Farmer named William hop on the Durham Road about the deceased from the mkt Delft soft Abiy event if Pott. Mubi Ort tokens. That num i i Idamai daid the jew that Herald their birth time ins Iffla Aad in of mrs a away from Uriah i heart no Token has red. From Nelmary s keeping no wishes Bare sped. As faithful Anid constant As Dove to its mate. This heart has been change cts mid smiles and mid hate no thought has been absent a truant from thee. Thy Mem by has suffered no rival with me. I be gazed upon Bright eyes in climes far away As pure As the sunbeams that ceaselessly stray i be listened to Gay ones in wildness and glee. But what was that gladness when Distant from thee 1 thy image is pictured anew in each beam. That Gladden the flowing of life s Onward Stream no taint of deception is there with its sting. But brighter the Mem Rita around me that cling. The world May deceive thee and bitter toe blast. But Calmer the Morrow when All shall be past the Sun May be clouded and dark be thy Days but Trust to the shining of Hope s cheering rays. Then heed not my worshipped. My love is still True. Through storm and in Sunshine tis treasured in you on life s troubled Ocean the single Bright Star. That Points to the Haven of Bliss that s afar. My this i did with some appearance i sup Pom of being sincere for 1 was the object of no suspicion. This done 1 sat at the bed room window All Day Long and watched the spot where the dreadful secret Lay. A mile from Gray s ferry Bridge resided on his farm in the neighbourhood was a Bachelor 45 years of age and lived by himself. He was found in his own farm Yard quite dead with two Large it was a new piece of ground which had been dug cuts on his forehead and one Large Gash on the Back up to the newly which 1 had chosen on Oart of his head. Two heavy Mem that Holt a in it Linht that account As the traces of my Spade were less Likely to attract attention. The men who Laid Down the grass must have thought me mad. I called to them Leonii dually to expedite their work ran out and worked beside them trod Down the turf with my t. It and buried them with frantic eagerness. They Iliad Fini hed their task before night and then i thought myself comparatively Safe. 1 slept not As men do who Wake refreshed and cheerful but 1 did sleep passing from vague and ills wife knew me i never shadowy dreams of being hunted Down to visions struggled w Ith Ai y secret jealously or Gali w Hen she was present but that woman knew it As Well As i did. 1 never raised my eyes at such times Bui 1 found her s fixed upon 1 never Bent Lliam on the ground or looked another Way but 1 fell trial the overlooked me always. It was an inc prot of the plot of grass through which now a hand and now a foot and now the head itself was starting out. At this Point i always woke and stole to the window to make sure that it was not really so. That done 1 crept to bed again and thus i spent the night in fits and starts getting up and lying Down full lie Relief to me when we quarrelled and a Gina Ltd Twenty times and dreaming the same dream Oyer and Over again which was far worse than lying awake for every dream had a whole night s suffering of its own. Once i thought that the child was have and that i had never tried to kill him. To w Ake from that dream was the most dreadful agony Relief of still Wien 1 heard abroad that the was dead. It seems to me now As if some strange and terrible foreshadowing it what had happened sue., must have Hung Over it a Ben. 1 was afraid i i her a lie haunted me. Her fix Dru d to Toady look k Back upon me like that n a a re of a dark dream and of All. Males my bin d a Ltd id the next Day 1 sat at the window again never she died Short y alter giving birth to a child a once taking my eyes from the place which although Bey when my knew that All Hope of his it was covered by the grass was As Plain to me its own recovery was Oast be called my wife to his bed shape its size its depth its jagged sides and All tide and confided this orphan a child of four years As if it had been open to the Light of Day. Old to her Protection. He bequeathed to him All the property be had and w filled that in Case of the child b de Iii it should pass to my wife As the acknowledgement he could make her for her can. And love. He exchanged a few brotherly words with me deploring our Long separation and being exhausted fell into a slumber from which he never woke. We had no Ceil Jrsn. And As there bad been a Strong b we n the Sisters and my wife j had Ali to supplied the place of a Mother to the i when a servant walked across it i Felt As if he must sink u Hen he had passed i looked to see that his feet and not worn the edges. If a Bird lighted there i was in terror lest by some tremendous interposition it should be instrumental in the discovery if a breath of air sighed across it to me it whispered murder. There was not a sight or sound How Ordinary mean or unimportant Soever but was fraught with fear. And in this state of ceaseless watching 1 spent three Days on the fourth there came to the Gate one who part of his head. Two heavy axes that bad no doubt been used in the perpetration of the deed were discovered under his head covered with blood. The deceased was reputed to be Rich and was always known to carry about his person a considerable sum of Money which was the object of the ruffians who murdered him. The watch of the deceased was also gone. The Coroner was sent for and held an inquest upon the body. Verdict of the jury Quot wilful of the Tomeu. Prim Doht first message we presume will be in poetry As it will have to be Tung As a matter of course. Our opponents say that the measures of or. Van Buren have been rejected by the people. This is not so. Gen. Harrison has been Tung into the presidency. Not iat the democracy of the Union have been influenced by the song singing of the federalists Bat the Eder Mittit have. Thousands would have left their ranks but for the amt Ementi which the Federal Mode of electioneering offered to their deluded followers. But for this they would have examined the measures of or. Van Buren and had they examine j they must have approved. The Federal papers have published thousands of Tongi but not one sub tre Cuury bul. There has been no intelligent decision by the great body of the whig party upon any one of the measures of the Utica dem. Bey. She to. D him As if he had been her own. I head served with me abroad accompanied by a Broth child was ardently attached to her but he was or officer of his whom i had never seen. I Felt that Bis Mother s image in face and spirit and always j 1 could not Bear to be out of sight of the place. It mistrusted me. W As a summer evening and i bade my people take a i can hardly fix the Date when the feeling Fishl table and flask of wine into the Garden. Then i sat came Nix a me Bil 1 soon began to be Uneuy when Down with my chair upon the grave and being As this chid is by. I never roused myself for. In scrod that nobody could disturb it , without my some m Ody Tram of ii ought but i marked Bun Loo knowledge tried to drink and talk ing at me no t with Mere Chi duh wonder but with they hoped that my wife was Well that she was something of the Juri Ose and meaning that 1 bad to be t obliged to keep her chamber that they had not often noted in is Mother. It was no i Tyrl of my frightened her away. Id he led hereto the altar. He led her to the altar. But the Bride was not his chosen he led her with a hand As cold As though its pulse bad Frozen. Flowers were crushed beneath its tread a gilded dome was o or him but Bis brow was Damp and his lips were Pale As the Marble Steps before him. His soul was sadly dreaming of one he hoped to cherish of a name and form that the sacred rites beginning told must perish he gazed not on the stars and gems of those who circled round him but trembled As his lips gave Forth the words that falsely bound him. Many a voice was praising. Many a band was prof bred but mournfully be turned him from the greeting that was offered despair had fixed upon his brow its deepest safest Token and the bloodless Cheek the stifled sigh betrayed his heart was broken. Mamma of Tanoa Tbs re Are marriage Brokew who have Podrat books filled Ami the names of the Marriageable tils of the different classes with notes of their figures personal attractions fim Tanes &e., amp a. These brokers go about endeavouring to arrange and when they Snow needed to get a Eom Miasia of two or three per cent non the portion. Marriage at Genoa is quite a matter of Carsn Latios generally settled he the parents or re lotions who often draw up the font rate before the parties have seen one another and it is Only when every thing else is Ait aged and a few Days previous to the marriage ceremony that the future Hosband is metro diced to his i tended partner for life should he find amp Alt with Ber a following a Taid to be one of the Long Eft Patet on record in old Geni Letham Riding Over pet Ney Bridge turned round to i servant and a Aid Quot do you like egg John to Quot Quot of a Here the conversation ended. The Awu gentleman Riding Over the tame Bridge that Day Twive month again turned round and said Quot Hoyos Quot poached sir Quot was the Star. Stot by a Long Odds. Corporal. We have heard one that runt thus two friends were converting at the East India companies docks London one holding on to the Button of the other. He suddenly released his had and turning said. What could 1 do but to Tell them w Ith a faltering Tongue about the child the t officer whom 1 did not know was a Dow looking Man and kept his eyes upon tho ground while i was speaking. Kven thai terrified me 1 i could not dives myself of the idea that he saw something there which care cd hit to sus act the truth. 1 asked hurried by if he supposed that and stopped. Quot that the child has been murdered 3&Quot 8aid he looking think that . Hit began 1 meditated to him any mildly at me. Quot of no what could a Man gain wrong. 1 May have thought How serviceable his by murdering a poor child 1&Quot / could have told him inheritance a Ltd a be to us and May have wished j what a Man gained by such a deed no one better him dead but i believe 1 had no thought of com j but 1 held my peace and shivered As with an ague fancy f undid on Rcd semblance of feature expression. I never could look the boy Down. He feared me. But seemed by Kome instinct to Ine while be did so and even when he Drew Back to male my gaze Asho would when we were alone to get nearer the door he would keep Iii Bright eyes upon me still. Perhaps 1 bide the truth from myself but i do not Quot Good morning Lam going to the East indies. Sixteen years elapsed the Absentee returned and meeting his quondam Frittum immediately seized him by the Button said Quot Well As Ioas saying Vadien 110"�? we came away then. Corporal so do not ask for the . Y. Planet. The mint. On the it Letioa gentleman co teemed with the ohm. M of Veniey visited that Aad a mum he ii Wiki ii a a wit imm. The High of Muritt Ery give Evi Deviet of tree Tutti Iii of the by Riding and the a to a Rran feta order with which the whole proves a of coining is carried on Are Tadj admirable. There Ere at present some Twenty five men Etc played there every one noise lefty fulfilling his province. In the smelting department there Are six furnaces a two of them were on thursday in operation. The men employed in this department Wear Large stuffed gloves on their hands resembling a boxing one Man through the Aid of a Large tongs raises the Crucible out of the Furnace and pours the liquid menial in a cast Iron Mould a second Man opens this Mould pushes it Over to a third and throws the ingot just cast into a receptacle for it a third Man fastened up the Mould opened by no. 2 and places it in a position to be ready to receive an ingot in proper time. Doctor Riddle presides Over this department and it is said he has introduced into it Many beneficial reforms. The ingots arc next assayed and then taken to the rolling room Here they Are again placed in a Furnace where a certain heat is infused into them preparatory to their being rolled. The rolling is performed by the application of machinery and consists in rolling out the ingots whether Silver or Gold to a consistency of a required breadth and thickness resembling in shape Iron Hogshead hoops. These Are next conveyed to the adjusting room where they Are adjusted so that when Cut out in circular pieces for eagles half eagles half dollars dimes or half dimes they will be found of proper weight. This being done these Silver or Gold slabs Are by other machinery Cut into exact circular sizes of the designed com. They Are next brought to the Mill where the Edge is raised on them. This Mill is another evidence of the perfection of Machin a. The round pieces Are put into a kind of hop for where they Are placed Over one another in a pile and drawn out one by one the edges is raised by their coming in Contact with a piece of grooved Metal As they go round after which they drop Down. They Are finally taken to the coining room where by machinery also they Are one Afler another drawn under the stamping press where they receive the necessary impression and come out Good and current Money of the United states to which the most scrupulous Bentonia could not object. The whole of the machinery is worked by a powerful and splendidly finished steam engine placed in the Centre of that part of the building where the coining which we have endeavoured imperfectly to describe is carried . O. Picayune. What Are our common conversation when Man and Roan meet each other in the daily walk of life 1 How do we meet and How part is it in the spirit of Romance poetry and scientific disquisition upon matters and thin whether on Earth in sea or in air or upon trifles the rumours of the Day and upon subjects which would seem interesting now and to Morrow ? so passes human life made of trifles and trifling passed away bubbles on the Stream of existence created by every obstacle and vanishing As the tide wheels them on upon its dark surface and the Zephyr blows them out forever the proud swellings of the heart of Napolean when chained to its Rock in a rate Ocean or the despotic whiff of the last pipe of the Saltan at the East before the Bowstring cots Short his period of tyranny both alike were and Ore forgotten. The sea Breeze comes unconsciously Over the one and Mankind Are equally careless of the Fate of the other. A Little Halo of posthumous glory May rest Over the Tomb of the first while the other with the ashes of himself and perfumed tobacco remains in oblivion without a record to remind the passer by that the Sultan and his pomp Ever were in existence. So with human Genius and human exertion. A Niche in a newspaper an obit Are As tame As stupidity itself could ind item Quot poor fellow and sorry he s dead Quot Are tumbled into the grave of the gifted and talented with As Little remorse As the Sexton Spades in the Sand and gravel Over his coffin. Horace Seaver Chan cab of a a Immel if we take one Hundred to Tipri deut the Elul ref a woman s Chan be of Marfi Tgu botwen Tim Nice of fifteen and seventy the proportion i a Eek period of five years will be As follows chances of marriage. 14i 52 18 6i 31 81 11 i i one it tenth. 15 and age under 90 20 it it 35 25 to it 30 30 <1 35 35 to 40 40 45 45 a a 50 50 to 55 55 60 60 65 65 70 100 ners or appearance he May Bryk off the Mahdi on condition of his defining the broken and any other expenses incurred. Tabt the names of some of the honorable members constituting the present Hoose of commons be selected and classified the will present a sing ajar feature. In looking Over the list of Nomas we shall find the following a in of an Earl a Baron and a Knight a master a Butler a Hall guest Green Aad Grey Pease with carry Rice and Lemon fed and a Hogg with manners Baker with a Bagge a Knox a Kirk and clerk a fort two Miles Long and one Roand sap plied with a Ben and a Muskett a slant Bodum a and a Hinde two Clay Hills and a Cave Lyndi Law a Lott Rose and plan metre for Smiths two tamers and six different Woods a White Wall a Dogue Pryse and two Odd paper. Passing his death. Neither did the idea come ii Ion Roe at once. But by very slow degrees presenting itself at first in dim shapes at a very great distance As men think of an earthquake or the last Day a then Daniw Nean r and nearer and l �8ing something of its horror and improbability then coming to be part and parcel nay nearly the whole sum and substance of my daily thoughts and resolving itself into a question of Means and safety not of doing or abstaining from the deed. While this was going on with me. I never could Bear that the child should see me looking at him and yet i a to a under a fascination which made it a kind of business with me to contemplate his slight and fragile figure and think How easily it Milit be done. 8ometimes i would steal up stairs mistaking my emotion they were endeavouring to cheer me with the Hope that the boy would certainly be found great cheer that was for Roe when we heard a Low deep howl and presently there sprang Over the Wall two great dogs who bound ing into the Garden repeated the baying sound we had heard before. Quot blood Bounds Quot cried my visitors. What need to Tell to that i bad never seen one of the kind in my life but i knew what they were and fur what thu Rijos they had come. I grasped the elbows of my chair and neither spoke nor moved. Quot they Are of the genuine Breed Quot said the Man whom i had known abroad a and being out for exercise have no doubt escaped from their keeper. No watch him As he slept but i usually hovered in j what Noble animals they Are Quot the Garden near the window of the room in w hich he both he and his Friend turned to look at the dogs. Learned his Little Parks and there As he sat upon a Low seat beside my wife 1 would peer at him fur hours together from behind a tree starting like the guilty a Recti 1 was at every Rua Lii Ofa Leaf and still Gikling Back to look and Start again. Him of our cottage but quite oat of sight and Beering Loe if there was any wind a Stirl was a Iveye feet of water. I spent Days in shaping with by Pecket knife a rough Model of a boat which i Fraim it Leet end dropped it in the Dlila a Way then i withdrew to a secret place which he must pass if i0 a ule away alone to swim this Bauble and lurked theft for Bis coming. He came a either that Day or time next though i waited from noon till night who with their noses to the ground moved rest Wessly about running to an d fro. And up and Down and across and round in Cire Lee careering about like wild things and All thie Tim taking notice of us Bat Ever and again lifting their heeds end repeating the yell we had heard already then dropping their notes to the ground again and Trackin earnestly Here and there. They now Begen to moff the Earth Mora eagerly than they Hadl a and a. Though they were still very Reir less no longer beat about in such wide circuit but kept near to one spot and constantly diminished the distal to Ween themselves and my. At last they came no close to tie great chair on an labourer who had been abroad to work was wearily trudging Home and had not gained More than Hal the distance when he was overtaken by the Squire of the Village in a handsome chaise. Lee reined in and charged Johnny with pilfering his fire Wood and among other hard things he said Quot you Rascal 1 11 take you up Quot Quot ten thousand thanks to your Honor Quot cried the other springing Forward and thrusting his foot in the step of the vehicle Quot ten thousand thanks to you fur i was just a thinking How i should Ever get Home so tired As i am and night coming the Squire was so pleased with John s smartness that he not Only gave him a seat beside him in the Chase but on the next Day sent Biro a Load of Wood into the bargain. Bots 1� . My l. Smirk an old Cuizon of thie country and who Hoe Dott Meh with a Erssie Foru at that he has not Hada Korte tone wok to remt for Twenty years. When it is Reeo useted to us almost every Farmer in loosing horses time tur time with thie Heejae we should be die posed to pay Home atom Tina to or. Muku remedy for bats which he Aee urm a a a hem of Jas a to leiets Timpl i in feeding us Keavie non a quart of i Hochhe always if eth on hand for amp a pm pee. Fie a a convinced that the Heade Aad Duff Rye seem to Cut out and Effet truly carry eff the Gate. And Itiat a hour every few Days be fed with Rye Imie he be annoyed with Bote. The Rye May be fed in flu Al. It operates As a wifi Mafuz pm roast to pm is a Ewh. We he a Eton to hear eco Keang Mere my Mut Fried. A no Ura i Quick late Enish paper relates a very remarkable instance of despatch at one of thu great Dock Yards in in Huid. An order for preparing the Howe a three Decker of 120 guns arrived at be mess. The huge ship was accordingly taken into the Basin at half past twelve o Dick thence into one of the dry docks with All Ber masts guns stores and every thing on Board. The wat pumped oat by the steam ravines she was to docked no her Bottom examined and her Hopper repaired where necessary and she was read to go to sea the same evening. The fellow inc Day fmay she was taken out of Dock. Thus the whole process of dotting an Dooling cleansing and examining the Bottom and repair Reg the Copper of a first rats ship of 120 guns with All standing was come dated in the Short space of 24 hours and had it been necessary it is said it might have been done even in less time. No time i coming when the Man who has the Means and who has not ? Aad does not take a newspaper will be looked at by is be boots is a fish without a Fin a Crow with Oata Wiafe a had Boras a mole or what Yon please. Sach a in Vidad Mii do Well the to Eton poet peeking of the late election in Massachusetts Days i in Ward six where the Ctol ored Monera my acid Pelly reside a direct Eppl was Mede to Uit a Grote in a posted Han my of to Gummi Iku bar Rison Woad be their Phi a no i Imp Tkel re Titkos. Wilile Van Burea we a pm by huh Eft he Boot Bern slave Holder. The wigs Olta aet nearly of Sil the negro votes in that Ward pm Ihm gain Mainier Seoi Tiu it source. Anoa be Uva m Ibe Manavar of a Bob Assn Cir ass Bat he Huna Aveese for the Rwy no himself amen i teas who de take news sofa a by ars Buttar a donned be past what Ever poli Libs Nielli Gaea they May Ebe a in a of for a. We know May sch might abase the a Bat Bat Yoa Goatle Nadar can Pohrt a Hsei Eli Jansic a Sertean them. For atm the Ilii Noie state Meisler. At the election on monday last it appears that 319 votes were polled in Sangamon county while at the election in 1838 less than this number were polled in Sangamon Menard Logan and Christian counties the election then was of deep interest and brought out nearly every voter. Does any candid Man believe that our voting population has increased to this extent ? none such believe it. We ourselves saw More than 100 Federal voters rejected at the polls on monday last and we learn from persons stationed there that upwards of two Hundred and fifty were rejected nearly All of them with Harrison tickets in their hands residents of other states minora. The journal boasts that they have Given 751 Federal majority in Sangamon. This is True hot this majority would have been one thousand if the democrats had not succeeded in arresting a ome of the Many fraudulent and illegal votes which were urged up with a Zeal hich seemed willing to risk perjury to accomplish the ends of party. We have not a doubt that the Harrison majority Here has been increased by illegal votes. We mean nothing against the judges As the journal insinuates nor the clerks. 1 hey acted fairly and uprightly throughout. The democratic vote remains the same As at August rising 1200 votes in the county and being nearly one half of the number of persons returned by the marshal As residents of the county above Twenty years of age Cdr Otts s new Hampshire Patriot says the following ticket was cast of the late election in that state. The vote is a it Emo Ralic whatever May be the politics of the person who threw it we. Commonsense. Jacob honesty. Richard straight Forward. I Eter prudence. Thomas Economy. Alexander Pear nothing. Samuel Mitt your business. From the table it appers 1 that one seventh part of All the females who marry in England Are married Between the Agee of 15 and 20, or one seventh part of a woman s chances of marriage lies Between those years. 2. That fully one half of All the women who marry Are married Between 20 and 25, or on Balf of a woman s chances is comprised within these five years. 3. That Between 15 and 25 precisely two thirds of a woman s chances of marriage Are exhaust of and Only one third remains for the rest of her life up to 70. 4. That at 30 no less than 85 chances out of the 100 Are gone and 15, or about one seventh Only remain. She has a Strong reason now for improving her time. 5. At 35, a fraction a tenth is All that remains to Here which is reduced to a twentieth at 40. 6. At 45, her chances of marriage have sunk to one Fortieth and at 50, to one Hundredth. At 00 there ise till a glimmering of Hope for it appears that among females about 1 marriage in 1,000 takes place at and beyond this age. The number of women married Between 15 and 20 is six times greater than the number of men. The number of men and women married Between 20 and 25 is very nearly equal but the number of men married at All higher Ages is greater than the number of scotsman. Anecdote or Lorenzo following anecdote of this eccentric character has been sent us in manuscript by a correspondent who thinks it has never been published. We think we have some recollection of seeing it in print several Yeara ago. At any rate it is Worth republishing. Some years since Lorend preached at Charleston s. C., and in the course of one of his sermons attacked with some severity the character of a citizen who had lately died and whose death he eur was in consequence of Bis vices. For this he Wae at the instance of the relatives of the deceased prosecuted and found guilty by a jury. The court sentenced him to pay a Small Fine and endure a Short imprisonment. The governor of the state however pardoned him and paid the Fine himself. The next sunday in it Renzo preached to a crowded audience commencing As follows there was we learn from the new testament a certain Rich Man who lived i think in Jerusalem and Bis name was dives. He was Clad in Robes of purple and Linen and fared Sampt Woosly every Day that is he lived High or what May be called die i rated. Now there was also / think in Jero Sjem a certain Begger named Lazaras who asked to be fed Only with the cramps that fell from the Rieb Man s table. He Lay Down at the Gate of his Pallee but the Rich Man would not hear him Bat set the dogs on him. So this poor beggar died and then his sorrows ended for he was carried by Angels into Abraham s bosom. Yes Lazarus went up aloft his spirit soared to heaven where All Good men go when they die. But my Brethren you will a what became of dives the Rich Man 1 Why my friends after a while be died also and i Don t know but he died drunk. I will not however say to positively for i Don t know Bat he has some re Quiane among those who now hear me and i May be cute for def Amijian of can racier Cubics Famiie is a family in Bolton that have a Bible confining All their names entered by their father and Grandfather who used to dispense with dates by the following plan Quot ear Jem our born i the America War. Ear Bill War Horn when Ostler our killed in Delph. Ear Sally our born when Worsely Meadow our mown. Ear Peggy our born i the great wind. Ear John our bom when Holland our Hung. Ear Rob but our Bort when the cow run at my Mother i the hed a Lones ear Jenny our born when Longworth were i baited in own i any pieces our made. Ear Charlotte our born when the Short piece our made. In a have As Bonny a Mark of a Perrin on my Side As Ever you seed in your coif Quot a English paper. .Ky and office of major general of the United states army became vacant at the death of general Jacob Brown during the presidency of John d. Adams. Or Adams designed appointing Gren. W. H. Harrison to fill the vacancy As being the highest in rank of the general of Cem surviving the War. Henry Clay then Secretary interfered overlooked or. Adams predilections on the ground of Harrison inferior Qualini rational and advised and procured the appointing of Gen. Macomb this fact like a two edged sword cuts two ways it cuts Harrison to a pretty Low Grade As a Soldier and it cuts open a Gash which May be seen the hypocrisy of or. Clay s support of the available Forth . Isrie Argus. Even Kentucky May dare to question or. Clay n infallibility when she find that desperate politician and Bis full others have been hurrying Over the election to Congress of two abolitionists in Maine two abolitionists in Vermont four abolition ate inulin to and one abolitionist in Pennsylvania choir de Reocey of enable the fanatics to Hhd lae a Teutor Peffer in the House represent time late Pahoa states a tto Merilu adv Asars ids Are Tong Leas Leand Otisi this a Siag equal the bit he to pm he said. Or Pis Alilia has stated that sums years an us hdm pms of it Saadeh a bad a new ask Keifs Malenab Fenili Sod order to Edge of the a and the but was idea in a Tili if la. Thin Gle in Eft hat City Ead Strandt fill Tifi Iii i enact Ahtty a a a Amielan so prised of Tsering die Seand of a him in do Chw Tbs a had Ever a a Mirum Sim it was a Sowers. 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