Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana 30 Dec 1840
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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - December 30, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana
W a Quot a the published every wednesday 8pbakino Vruth the Erk Boom or a. him bet Erk to am Avdi Khab or by get Ige a. Crafchun volume haute Vigo comity ii Daiva dec juber 30, ls4��. In number the Wabash enquirer take no refuse. The Baron a Tormod the heir repeated Hia demands. Baron von Cliffen sternly re it push third Rory Wentt Day Oce Queed to support Hie extravagance and for several Trof pm of Abath and Ohio streets Dirac try East of the court House. Terms. Two dollars per annul. In Advance. One Dullar Wili be received for fix Inonu he and fifty can ii fur three Trio Gitlic. Five Doliar in Advance Wili Lay for Tiree year or for three Papert for one year. A new i o club for tins paper w Ien All Are event to one address it will to Fumi bed As follows for a coif to one year for in coi for i Copio Quot for 40 copies Quot and in lie tame proportion for n greater number. The Calcii away to be paid in Advance. Advertisements inserted three times at one Dollar a to snare lines to be Conui Iuey tie years thie sort of wrangling and Contention Between them was the topic of the country. Cristella under the brutal treatment of von Cliffen and the a inst ural and depraved conduct of her son pined away till death released her from their influence. Indifferent As the Baron was during her life be deeply Felt thin stroke and to drown remorse doubled his potions and hunted More than Ever. The Chase to be sure was merely a softened name for predatory excursions and Highway robberies but where custom and the Laws of the land countenanced the term it mattered Little about the meaning. In one of these peregrinations. Baron von Cliffen accompanied by Liis band of Stout henchmen made a dec edit i on the Castle of Stockenberg than the i Strong hold of a Nobleman renowned for his wealth and prowess. The defender of Gold made a Gallant resistance the Haron at the head of a chosen corps rushed Onward a terrible Battle ensued Fortune seemed to declare at one moment in favor f the besieged at another of the besiegers when at rateof2&Quot cents per Square weekly. I Liles the no i length the Haron was driven Back and the lord of her of insertions be marked on the . When Sto Kenburg shouted Victory. While this cry still handed a. It will he continued till ordered out and rang in the air a Gigantic Follower of the Baron charged accordingly. Named Mel Fleur made a sudden and desperate ral advertise merits published by the Quarter or Luigi a one und All the besiegers rushed to Battle and or will be charged a Square $6 for six months overpowered by skill and Force the Noble for yield or $1 1 a year. De to the conquerors whose Armor shattered in merchants Dru by the t air will be i a urged for so intros ,."�it ing old i knew my thread of life would Boon be severed and this together with the harassing thought that i was accessory to some mysterious crime induced me to try an Experiment which would Eitner be my ruin or my salvation. I Drew the wine and managed to place it before the Baron my master. The effect you have All seen. I solemnly believe there is a doubly dark deed in the of flair and As men and christians i beseech you to follow Mev Many of the guests shrank Back at the proposal but others More courageous followed the Sene chel who led the Way through passages and dark Chambers to a flight of stairs leading to the wine vault. Having procured a Torch they descended the dim and gloomy recess. The Walls were Black and covered with slime and ?8 the air Damp and Chilly and the hollow sounds of the vaults caused the stoutest hearts to Quail. Passing on through several subterranean Chambers the Seneschal led the Way to a capacious cell stored to the ceiling with casks and tuns of wine. In the gloomiest Corner blood a Blat Hogshead exactly As he had described. Beside it Lay an axe with which after infinite labor. The Hogshead was broken open. A cry of horror burst from the group. In the bloody wine Lay the remains of the Black Baron his Skull was shattered his limbs Frugh Tull mutilated his body stabbed and gashed in several places and the whole bearing evidence of a horrible death. A groan was heard among the Bys Antlers it was for three sqiian�.-. For Quarter Quot to a column of 2tm>0 Eivir. Foj Quot Hilf a Coburn. Three Fourtly of n column. For a Colum to a year. Advert ise ii i it a i theorised by statute must be pin for in Advance. Advert Sorn its rn., Frim no it rail be a con Ian de t i Quot i i in. Rii Rcd for Puli cution Ity h by tii a Piihl Isher. Quot re of Toast be paid. J the Knicky Rio it r the Blackh a n. A and there Ben in that c Uii tree Ful Many Trade Rinnes if a Hittos passed out of inn time fro mean-r<s6 sight and fro Hir Mendes which i Soude Lyre rom eth a dec w wonderful Ikene and i Fai arrest Marvylle a a in my . In n a cry at. Pre a. No of a Erin any North of tiie main. Ali re formerly Helt a scion of the Houge of on Shruck. K j in n by h s serfs and Vass ils Tae Lii. K 15 r. 1,. A raise pm Ahly derive Fruin Trio of Quot tii fir Fenda dark Cly Sra Lerne Wii ii h i l \ . S me i t in old r a or. It Are of tic mar. N re Tel in to firm a Ori air tip Bra Uit we Quot a Nan o allow a is times t i to. Tii Aii ii s Certa Iii a Rue . E x c l l a fraught v. Tit u Mit. From the ,. Acter. Ali it l flesh and blog gtd As a Erion. The Ami thou ii of the ii Eist v eem inc in d to r. Ulua of Mirren. E. i la Ere to ii articular at Tiitu n .ia<i, i is ii lot tie k and a w 11 and Wing Accini wiil of ins and Conr Ven was As of he had a d. Zen fathers. The Cuiriz hit Germany there was nether lord nor Jdc Bri in who could Cape wit i the ii a cd if licit Iii aur. . . Or r. Any Raqi a i j extra acini Ellary prov. Of a. A m ing the no St Ditl i jul pc i it d of his cruises. Were har i Seii Wartenbery. A Miracle at Des watch big roat and Hoek Henry von twitter a Corpt tal i Hack. A sort of Hyena Hyman Lier \ Heiber a bottomless pit Stryder Hans Bri. An elastic rum pipe Hen. A Mammoth Spur gout it was sagely Lui fed that Haron von Goffi n was of Meany Akin to the a Reat receptacle. A to Mundus. A nto u ii a i the Rani in it Utcy to threw a Little of every thing not i or Gettiner tie Rcck varies of life. In i i is ser Ous occupations the Haron Fiu icus. None a uld Hunt wit i greater it ii chefs none could Bamji to Battie a nobler array of followers re i e nce tied artisans More than the Black Baron for feuds were Universal his her in the terror of the weak and the scorn of the a a Trong nor was i m Tinse times considered Dis Graceful to make d gradations in neighbouring halons to kill their cattle maltreat their Grouws and occasionally carry of their d a a tors and take them to wife in Defau t of a suitable Ransom. In a predatory sex cars on of this kind Haron \ on a Loflen vanquished the forces of one Waldimar. A Ike Bleman of High degree and with his followers entered the cat e of tie a cred. To take a oses Tion f the Nim or had bruised abroad something concerning a certain jewel belonging to the h Iron Waldimar or whether led by in Tinct it matters Little but while his followers were ransack g every other valuable about the . Baron von Ilfilen Lead found his Way to the chamber in Winch tie treasure was concealed and was paying his devours to Cristella the jewel itself the Diamond of Beauty Cristella refu8e# to Fly the strife dripped with the blood of the slain. This the voice of Baron von redder the bridegroom and Victory was gait Ted by the ferocious valor of Meli i the parricide. Fleur. Who less blood thirsty than avaricious claim i Quot monster Quot cried the guests Quot Yon have foully de the greater part of the Booty. Enraged at his i wronged the Henchman you Are the murderer insolence the Haron struck Hisiu in the face Meli you have shed you have drank your father a blood Quot Quot Fleur writhing with pain and rage swore he would i the Man of guilt staggered Back stupefied with Piave a sure and terrible revenge. Horror. Two months passed away and Baron von Cliffen j Quot seize him Quot shouted the Seneschal seize him Quot suddenly disappeared. As it was doubted by none Baron von redder was secured. The avengers thai he had been murdered or train in single com bore him to the top of the Castle where still swung hat by the giant Henchman the strictest search was the mouldering Skeleton of the Henchman. In the made fir his body but without Success. No clue summary manner of the time he was bound to the could be discovered to its mysterious disappearance j Skeleton and cast Over the Turret and to and fro none was More Active in the search and no one swung the dying and the dead. The wind whistled More grievously shocked at the death of the Baron mournfully against the chains the Clouds seemed than \ in redder to whom the estates and j to gather at the moment Andere the a executioner of tie deceased passed without a murmur. Mel Fleur had left the Walls a Raven was tearing the flesh underwent u rigorous examination. His threats in. From the dead Baron of Osnabrock the i presence of tiie Baron s henchmen his conf i a Sion and perturbation at the charge and the evidence Many a dark legend is still extant relative to the of certain witnesses adduced by the Young Baron Fate of the Bride. The favorite one is to this effect convicted him to the satisfaction of All and without when the Baron retired from the banquet she also Farthier ceremony he was swung upon one of the left the room and sought the solicitude of her Castle turrets where his Bones bleached and rattled chamber. Night closed in. Weeping and sad she j for Viany a Day As a warning to the evil minded in i Flung herself on a Couch where sleep soon relieved i the service of the living Baron. Her of her terrors. At Midnight a rustling noise and a clanking of chains awoke her. With a cry of Twenty years had been measured from the Law horror site started from the Couch. Before her stood r Les and criminal career of the heir of the Osnabrock the Baron his face blanched and gory his eyes sunk and the death of the Black Baron ceased to be his step uneven and his person wasted to a Shadow thou rat of or even remembered by Many who had in a voice sepulchral and unearthly for life he acted conspicuous parts in the search and trial demanded a fulfilment of the marriage rites. The Vrej rations for an evening of Joy and festivity go Bride horror stricken endeavoured to elude his ing on in the Castle evinced that the occasion was Clammy grasp a curse and a shriek rang through one of unusual importance since the gloomy von out the Castle and when morning dawned the re Uei it Ler Seldom indulged in any thing so congenial to to incurs beheld still swinging by the Skeleton Hench the t astr of his dependants in fact the Baron had Man the Corse of the Baron and repairing to the wooed and won the most Beautiful heiress m the bridal chamber a sight equally horrible met their province and this festival was in Honor of his mar eyes. On the floor Lay the widowed Bride welter a Ria pre. However limited was the number of his so ing in blood full soon to be a thing Wiere cold oblivion mid the ruins Laid. Folds his dark Wing beneath the Ivy s Ade bless thee. By m. R. Witt. I May not break the potent spell thy Beauty wove around a till time shall Loose the Silver Cord that Long to Earth Bath bound me. I see the smile on loftier ones and prouder ones Caress thee yet when my lips would Ope to curse they Only Ope to bless thee a storm jobs d bark on Ocean wide no guiding band to steer me i Rode upon the darkling tide no Onward Hope to cheer me till thou the fair and Radiant Light with True and holy seeming. High o or the drear and lonely waste Wert like a Beacon gleaming. The one one tar upon my sky that moment of revealing Flash d like a meteor Forth the vast in deeper gloom concealing. Yet bless d 1 the inconstant Light that pointed while receding. Were wildly o or the Midnight wave my unchecked prow wag speeding. One memory round me everywhere one task in silence set me thee Ever Ever thinking on. And striving to forget thee and though for Aye the goading thought to madness doth oppress me not curse i cannot hate my heart still whispers Quot bless thee boudoir ballads. By Hiss Lydia Rax Beli. Of come to me my dear one come rest in the fond embrace i give and let my faithful bosom s Home lend shelter to thee while i live the world they say is filled with grief. But while Young love his Garden rears Well Pluck a pleasure Sweet if Brief and with a Rose Leaf dry our tears then Hie to me and let us steal from miser time a few Short hours. For our s Are transports none can feel who be strayed afar from rapture s Bowers tie Sweet of Sweet this chastened kiss a Bat were our stolen Joys betrayed we d lose the zest of All our Bliss since love for Solitude was made a capital Story. Of to Sibli Alt Job sob. We have not met with a Story for some time As Well told As one in the new volume of Angelo s reminiscences of Boswell and Johnson. Angelo it so cons gets it from the landlord of the inn where the lexicographer put up. Boswell had ordered a leg of Mutton and a pudding and our author proceeds Quot Johnson gets off the Poney and the poor animal relieved from the giant smelt his Way into the stable. Boswell ushered the doctor into the House and left him to prepare for Bis delicious treat. Johnson feeling Bis coat rather Damp from the Mist of the mountains went into the Kitchen and the Civ his upper garment on a chair before the fire be eat on the Hob near a Little boy who was very Busy attending the meat and Johnson did not like the appearance of Hia head when he shifted the Basting ladle from one hand the other was never Idle and the doctor thought at the same time be saw something fall on the meat upon which he determined to eat no Mutton on that Day. The dinner was announced Boswell exclaimed my dear doctor Here comes the Mutton what a picture done to a turn and looks so beautifully brow the doctor littered. After a Short Grace Boswell said i suppose i am to carve As usual what part shall i help you to 1 the doctor replied i did not like to Tell you before but i am determined to abstain from meat to Day Odear this is quite a disappointment said Bozzy. Say no More i shall make myself ample amends with the pudding Boswell commenced the attack and made the first Cut at the Mutton. How the Gravy runs what Fine Flavoured fat so Nice and Brown . Of sir you would have relished this Fine prime piece of Mutton the meat removed in came the Long wished for pudding. The doctor looked joyous fell eagerly to a few minutes nearly finished the pudding the table was cleared and Boswell said rom the Ohio stain Vatu Clay the successor. We had no doubt that Gen. Harris Juniie allusion to bin self and the leaders of Lus in party. Berf he stated at fort Meigs that be who made the most pledges told the most lies. And when at Dayton he made the solemn Page before High heaven and the Quot Sciaini tribe Quot that none should know who he pre red As his successor that it was the Mere egotism of a weak mind which would More the Likely be violated the first Opportunity. And True enough the announcement of Bis Success had not died upon the ear before we find him in Kentucky running round from town to Village under the pretext of escaping the hosts of office seekers that infested his praises Day and night making his successor. But his visit to Kentucky has a jeep marked by All shades of character discreditable to tie chief magistrate of this Groat nation even had he omitted to falsify his solemn declarations As to his successor and insult the fe0 mrs of the great mass of his supporters who no doubt were persuaded that he was really fit for the office. The Louisville journal the leading Federal Organ of Kentucky contains the following paragraph Quot a Public entertainment was Given the other Day Jutt Versailles Kentucky to Gen. Harrison. In the course of it the president elect Rose and gave a Toast in Honor of Henry Clay. In the eloquent remarks with which he accompanied the sentiment he stated As we Are informed by doctor while i was eating the Mutton you one of his auditors that he considered or. Clay seemed frequently inclined to laugh Pray Tell me i the fittest Man in the nation for the presidency what tickled your fancy v \ and that he himself would resign the office at the doctor then literally told him All that had j once on his arrival at Washington were u pos i passed at the Kithen fire about the boy and the Bast-1 ble for him by so doing to Confer it on the a a a a ing. Boswell turned Pale As a Parsnip and sick of uts hed kentuckian Quot himself and company darted out of the room. Some what relieved on returning he insisted on seeing such language As this from general Harri care friends he had Many Wiio were no Wise backward in proffering their company and services on of this sort and the Castic was soon crowded with Noble rakes. Prodigal sons ruined Barons ladies of High Fame though not inaccessible virtue Anil dependants of every description from self styled relatives to henchmen and vassals. In due time the guests were ushered into the largest Hali m the Catle in which a banquet table extended from end to end. It tiie head presided Baron will redder beside the m Inavie ail Rani cd in due election Erin i in the advertisements in a foreign paper we find the following address to the free and Independent electors of the county of Ayr or. Parker having avowed his ambition to represent his native county and being assured from the signs of the times that there must soon be a dissolution of .1 Bride imag parliament proceeds to state his religious and to order according to the Lilicy a need ranks and degrees sat the merry company. I am warmly he says nay enthusiastically immense dishes of Lamb beef fatted sheep arid attached to the Church of my forefathers the Glori Etnier Savory solids disappeared with miraculous be Kirk of Scotland that Church of Many martyrs Crity and to lice seemed but to whet the appetites and will spend the last shilling i have in her defence it if those who did such wonderful execution. At against All the Powers of hell backed by the pious length came the wines to the great satisfaction of majority of the court of sessions. Thers inclined to prowess in Toping. The rejoice 1&Quot politics i am an out and out double distilled in Quot a were great the noise and revelry loud. Eve Radical but take rare no chartist or socialist the Eirthie loom von udder became facetious he deluded followers of the unhappy Owen of Lanark laughed for ii but and uttered some execrable jokes. Mills a Man who should have been in a Lunatic which of Courte received Universal applause. The Asylum years ago. My models of eloquence the fair Bride was pensive and Happy for she knew the of great apostle of the gentiles magnanimous Paul of the character of her lord and that Little was demo Stienes and the first Earl of Chatham of his better traits. He was now in the prime of of As to private character which in an m. P. Life Hia person in ouch somewhat Rufli Manly was should be Good i refer you to every Man woman i Fine and Cote manding his Eye keen for Conquest i had almost said child in Kilmarnock. My constr his smile affable his countenance Manly his Brave Lution thanks to Grace is excellent and was Well by undoubted and such qualifications were Suffi tried in my younger years. My models of criminal client in the Days of chivalry and Romance to make and civil jurisprudence Are sir m. Hale lords tal up for Many deficiencies in the moral department. Denman of enl a Moncrieff let Frey cunning in the fullness of his heart the Baron pledged his Ham and Fullarton. My books of consultation Are Bride who responded to the Toast with admirable the Ever ble sed word of god All the puritanical Grace. Tie conversation then turned on the Excel divines. Chambers Gordon Buchanan amp a. I am Lence of the wine. Fond of agriculture but not very practical being a i o me said the Baron it has a Peculiar Rich j Seldom at Home Ness in the flavor How Dost Ikon like it fair is i am ashamed to say i am still unmarried but Yeenar under god s Grace intend to play Benedict soon Otis admirable to sparkling and pungent but As there Are to that bargain Pardon me for no doubt my lady it has Many Virtues chimed not saying More at present. If Lam spared till next in the Seneschal for according to the Best of my week i shall d. A have great pleasure in paying recollection it is this night Twenty years you All if in my Power my personal respects it 1 a How a a whence came it demanded von glib can get horses to keep up with my enthusiasm Fen. Now god bless the Queen and Prince Albert and from the Black Hogshead r replied the Senes-1 turn their hearts unto himself old Melbourne not chel. I a bad fellow Oit the whole worthy excellent Quot the suffering irishman. No Bastard mailings from the crushed and Lone have Ever Mingl in the Irish groan. Sent up perchance like Battle slogan More than moan e or made by misery before he wears the manacles yet tosses High the Iron thongs full in creation s Eye be who have seen her exile o or the sea. Say if he quailed beneath his destiny. Or did not kindle into Freedom s flame at the Low whisper of his country s name has he not sworn on every holy Hill his vows to Liberty eternal still a and dying left to tyrants All his hate. Piled up in death before oppression s Gate Psi Affias Ireland. A touch of the sentimental. Twas noon and no sound broke the Zephyr less air As alone in contemplative mood i stood whither wandering footsteps had led by the verge of in the Wood. All wrap and inspired by the Beautiful scene culling Forth a smooth Pebble i said Quot of Grant me be Powers to behold but one Frog and i la Wager a four Pence he s Bangor Cour. The dirty Little rascally boy whom he severely rep Json even before his inauguration is mos Toffen remanded fore Johnson. The boy cried the Doc-1 Sive in its character and insulting to the thou a to Quot Litlie filthy snivelling hound said Boswell i a a Quot port that never when you basted the meat Why did you not put a brought to the support of or. Clay and on the Cap As i saw you have on this morning v i who know his fitness for the chief magistracy a i could it sir said the boy. As Well As Gen. Harrison. I the doctor Gath eng up his Herc Laneau Frame mid Grantly alludes to this declaration m i stood erect touching the ceiling with his wig he i stared or squinted indeed looking any but the right j Way. At last with Mouth wide open none of the smallest and stomach heaving he with some Difini culty recovering his breath and looking at Boswell with the lung of Stentor a a or. Boswell sir leave off laughing and under pain of my eternal displeasure a single i syllable of this abominable adventure to any soul Liv ing while you breathe and so sir said my Host i you have the positive fact from the simple Mouth of your Humble servant Quot damnation Quot cried Baron starting from his scat. Quot yes my lord but you turn Pale you tremble nay i mean slight pain Baron a persisted Jirayer threatened carried her off. As a matter of Courtesy he demanded an immense Ransom for her release. Waldimar was unable to pay the Baron protested he would not Quot Bate a Jot Waldimar swore his whole estates castles and All would not make up the amount Aud Cristella became the wife of Baron von Cliffen. By this Union there sprang an heir to Osna Bruck barony whom they christened von Vedder a name from ked hair the most prominent i it Eckhar Ity about the child. This flaming Omen presented Fine work for the astrologers necromancers and others versed in of ult sciences. Herr twaddle the greatest metaphysician and most famous Necro Inan you Are ill Quot cer in Gernian being present at the birth of von Quot merciful god what have i done redder of it of the child in his arms described divers nothing. I had a hieroglyphics in the air muttered incantations to the it is All dark spirits and it pronounced with becoming Gravity the guests turned Pale and stared. The Bride the doom of Hie subject. Much Good was skilfully sickened at the thoughts that whirled through her mixed with evil but i it a the whole the Young Prodi brain and All become convinced that there was a by was certainly born for deeds of blood As Tasev mystery in the words of the Baron. His brow grew ident from the so Kinnary color of Hie hair. Der dark As the storm Cloud his lips quivered his Fuddle a nother Sage in necromancy was called up Cheeks blanched to any Ashy Hue and he darted a onto predict tie fortunes and misfortunes of the suspicious Eye on the guests. In a loud and angry heir. This in iracle of profundity commenced sex voice he demanded Quot what Means this confusion v aptly opposite to his Compeer. He took the child none dared to answer the haughty von redder by the heels and swore from the lines on the soles sat Down and mysterious whispers and shakes of of theft it that nothing More certain than eternal the head were All they thought proper to display happiness to the successor of Baron of von Cliffen annoyed and alarmed at the great commotion the a prediction Luna Tarcaly accounted for by Herr Baron darted a scowl at the Seneschal and left the twaddle whose prognostications of evil were scan room. The ancient retainer quickly acquired the tily paid for and abundantly doubted. A Host of use of his Tongue and entranced the company in olbers deeply skilled in these matters predicted i spite of the silent threat of the Baron with an of vers destinies according to the Quality of Gold upon Inous account of the dark and bloody end of Baron which their Efi Urta were based those who obtained von Cliffen. Bout big of course read ominious things in the stars i Quot Twenty years ago Quot continued the venerable had those who received kicks , produced in Seneschal Quot a Henchman of the Black Braoo was Contes Tibie video cd that the heir was designed for hanged for this myst res murder eternal perdition. Fox Maule and great Success to a John Parker a Laird of ass loss and Sliddery Braes. King s arms inn Ayr 27th aug., 1840. Dark Aad Insor Tinetti As we the character of Baron v00 Cliffen his own bade fair from the Cradle awards to exc cd Bim in blackness of heart thirst for 4istioau>n in crime and All the wild and Reck Lew Ploit of a Modster in the age of barbarism to that Hbeo von redder bad Obj Tad. Bis twentieth in for 1m was a a Tai eyed a Veff Abood As his father of eat Wieb. Hiff Way Day editions were Bis favorite a a neomycin is nods and bloodshed his desist heresy rape Eod schism things to boast of had Simgh u i nid Bifid Chou Bis gentler occur i Irr my open Epi a Ritj i sit. To vhf pfad if a oars of Lifis Cape def Deomi Iida of Puree of the old Beron a Bee own sex trave Grace bad nearly drained it. The hopeful son would a ghost a the Bay state Democrat contains the annexed statement which is truly alarming. Our Bay state friends we fear Are in a bad Way. Myst Kaius Good people of Roxbury have been thrown into the greatest excitement and alarm from an incident which has occurred in a certain House in Norfolk Street occupied by Small und respectable families. It is said by the inmates of the House and Many others who have visited it that at about 4 o clock p. M. A particular knocking commences on the doors of the House and is Kep tip for a considerable time. This knocking was commenced several Days since and has been repeated every Day at about the same hour. As yet no clue to the mysterious circumstance has been discovered. Crowds of anxious visitors fond of the marvellous and supernatural have visited the House and Many have heard the knocking but no one can account for it. There can be no mistake As it Rogarda the truth of this Story we have it from the highest authority. Should there be any further developments we a ill .1 had my own spare no time in laying them before our readers. In suspicions concerning the matter but As they were i the mean time we Trust that the affair will Box without any certain fondation i kept them to Muse of. Immediately after the disappearance of to unfortunate Man the heir our present Baron brought the to the wine vault where snugly stored teas a Stock of wine in which Bacchus himself might rejoice for you must a now the deceased Baron a reputed Toper and assuming a county Nance 10 dark and lowering that i shall never forget it by pointed to a Black Hogshead in a Remote to rave of the vault and said you value your be mover draw from thai Hogshead Quot this caution had % great impression on my mind but i knew to it in a the determined character of the Baron to to Cor Aoi penalty by Ray curiosity and i fiver Toulbe forbidden wino until this Day. I found myself grow planned to the satisfaction of those who Are directly interested Aud the Public generally. A temp Banck Ambo Dot it a min was taken before a magistrate for having while drunk in cd dad in be Street a minister of Ralg a to prior or we full convicted of the a i Hiie apr get int in Sion fifth Nevin ii feet Lead wlm be bad a bored was Liben Tiff Iii Mihaj inf the to Ettal plod Abr % 19�� Liam at the a led he had 1 plus Miff shoot knocked Down of the no Nib. Uip Ilir. Id being a Trp i Tibiae a or jt0, Sod co i Asp to Bot big inf one thirty Yesis Wori. Into our office. J Quot one of them Quot said we timidly for her nails i looked rather Long and our spectacles were lying on i a Book for the moment. 1 Quot Well now i do declare i Quot a declare what Quot said we. Quot Why Quot replied the old lady taking off her Bonnet Quot you look mighty thin you aint bigger than my Tom and he s Only Quot what o thai Quot exclaimed we blushing Quot we manufactured of the editors of re Large enough probably for All the demands made the sunday Mercury has invented a machine for upon us Quot favor of Clay and humbled indeed must be the proud spirit of this people to not keenly feel the degradation to which they Are brought by the Fandango electioneering of British and american Bankers. The advertiser says Quot do the federalists recollect How they abused general Jackson because he had As they said designated his successor can the editor of i the journal have forgotten his own Denuncio i tons Why did he not think of them when he a aint you the editor of the cres. Was telling his readers that Gen. Harrison had cent City Quot asked an old lady yesterday on coming 1 commenced dictating in reference to his Succes nicking poetry. It works like a Coffee Mill. A few common words Are thrown into the Hopper a Page or so of Byron Hemans Shakespeare and the dictionary of or. Johnson the Springs Are set to comic anti mental Sublime pathetic As May be desired machine is ground and out comes the Posey ready made. The inventor gives following specimen of its first work touch of the Sublime. When years have rolled their lumbering cars away. And time shall shake Blue Mould from off his wings when worlds on worlds shall one by one decay. Won t there be scrabbling then Mong creeping things there examine that specimen and see whether any of your manual poets can beat it. Here is a Sample of the pathetic. On a log sat a Frog. Crying Lor his daughter tears he shed till his eyes were red and then jumped into the water and drowned himself. He had to put on the finishing touch to that by hand but let him try it once on the sentimental. O i when life s evening shall draw near. And care s deep shadows lengthen round May i be lighted to my Bier. With Hope s Dipp d candles say sixteen to the Pound we guess that will do just of the Timet. A blessed spot the following unpublished translation by Percy Bysshe Shelley of an epigram of Abul Fadhill recorded in d Herbelot is from the last number of the London sporting review Hamadan is my native place. And i must say in Praise of it it merits for its ugly face. What every body says of it. Its children equal its old men in vice and avidity and they reflect the babes again in exquisite stupidity. is mid that finn was such a inveterate Munster thai at All times whether in the hour of the most imminent peril or in the moment of the most sober and melancholy reflection no matter what the hour or occasion be always had s pin applicable to it Aud calculated to Tarn it into ridicule. To the Burn ii of Lexington and who a Hundred and fifty human Beni were a Poci Iii each moment to be swallowed up in a Wiir loud ofb9� or to Gulf Iii the Waves of ,.aod Al we to live were throwing the it uni boat Cui icing Balf i Ofey of a a a it mended finn woo was one that a Happer Vav cried out in the midst of Tea wiil conf Luimit Quot wlm a tre we like trim Nile eco pm from a amp vow Tel paos0 Komi. Cd it if Gore a we take i a to Uwi Quot Wmk a w a nov Cir in m wet to it Cotton pm to a Tiff he a my no in wifi it of a Fiqiri a a in us de Bommie Jef Well you need it git Rathy Quot said she with a Broad sound of the a Quot taint that i want to Quot perhaps you d better go on Quot said we testily. Quot so i will Quot replied she Quot i remarked you was mighty thin because i Allers thought editors was fat they ecu we assented to the fact of their eating what they wanted when they could get it and she went on. Quot my husband Good Man was a Hod Carrier. Lord How Many bricks i have seen him carry in one Hod Quot what has that to do with editors eating or fatness or leanness 1&Quot asked we. Quot i should think Quot answered she Quot if a Man ate a Hod full of tripe every Day that he ought to be fat and have a bigger belly than you be got any we laughed and inquired the origin of the tripe idea. It was found after some conversation that the old woman asked her husband once what editors meant when they spoke of the tripod and he not willing to expose his ignorance told her in the True spirit of his profession that it was a tripe Podlo contain their daily meals. No Winder the old woman looked at our form with some . O. Crescent City. Friend who came from Quot across the water Quot related to us last evening the following anecdote it seems that his father in Early youth displayed an uncommon Genius for the Art of painting and was strenuously opposed in his desire to adopt it As a profession by the Grandfather of our Friend. By dint at first of stolen hours of Devotion at the shrine of his soul s longing and finally of open study at the Royal Irish Academy the subject of our anecdote acquired a degree of Protection in his execution which enabled him to shape out into a tangible form before the eyes of his admiring friends the dim creations which had Quot fitted Bis f�n<y8 mind upon an occasion it happened that the family moved their place of residence and As there was no hat and umbrella stand to be placed in the Hall of their new House the Young artist dete raied to paint one which he did with remarkable Force and accuracy. The old gentleman coming m soon after and seeing As he thought the hat stand deliberately took off his head tiring and Hung it up As he supposed on one of the Hooks when As a it tar of course the hat fell to the floor. A second and a third trial resulted in the same to Tanner. The old gentleman then becoming impatient Ereki imbed. A plague on the Book i la try another. Hei Iid so and War deceived. At this juncture his daughter stepped from the Ball into the parlor Udif Obee Rivitt the ineffectual Effort which he was making remarked to him Quot Why father that s no stand it is Only one four Mike s tricks. A confound the fellow said Tom old Moi Leamui was always opposed to his paint Iii. Noar eee Irb Al i omm to Niimi i i. Who Wie Jain a Aii old Edda inter. Who Sor before he himself had been inaugurated Quot i the articles of the journal details facts. Gen. Harrison is indeed a presumptuous designing and dangerous Man or or. Clay has taken advantage of his weakness and should be punished for prostituting him to a purpose so base. Quot if Gen. Harrison publicly declared that or. Clay is the Quot fittest Man in the nation for the presidency Quot the remark must have been a a with a View to the succession and the president elect May be justly charged with making a daring attempt to dictate to the people or he is superannuated and the party that elected him ought to be held responsible for All his silly or Mal conduct. Quot but there is another aspect in which the singular assertion that or. Clay is the Quot fittest Man in the nation for the presidency Quot May be viewed. It is known that Gen. Harrison has pledged and re pledged himself to serve but Ose term. That pledge was Given to appease the most restless of the aspirants to the presidency or. Clay. In other language or. Clay May have agreed to stand backs to give the track to Harrison provided he would ret turn the e compliment when halves to a new York jew in noticing a wonder Atim in one of the papers of a remarkable curiosity refits the following a that was attempted to be played off it nor. Mitchell of that City. A a the doctor was waited upon by a e waggish students for his opinion of a Freak of they stated that a woman had Given birth to a child. One half of which was Black and being something in natural philosophy so entirely unnatural they were prompted to Call upon him to give the causes at length. The old gentleman listened to the history of this strange phenomenon with great attention and with his usual politeness insisted that they should take wine with him. This courteous conduct of the doctor sortie what embarrassed the wag which being perceived by him he relieved them by Itati that the Only motive he bad in detaining them was to hear the other half of the Story Quot Jovi have told me the color of the one half the students were compelled to Knock under a id admit the whole affair to be an entirely dark transaction to new Vomm Mem met Enji Viu i it him in Gnu usually heard Bis pupils once a week Elma Watt s scripture history and a aria a ti-4b4ni pro Misc ugly such quest Iotta As Inge Sild Tam ahm to Kis Blind a the Day Day ind a pm my Joata a Ras f Wtiz ii to Bly my lip to la a Snath of Memoir addressed to the Academy of sciences at Munich by or. Tessa contains the following notice of the length of Days in the principal cities of Europe. At Ferlin and London the longest Day has sixteen and a half hours and the shortest seven and a half. At Styc Kholup and Upsal the Lonist has eighteen and a luf hours and this Short oat five and a half. 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