Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
25 Mar 1840

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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - March 25, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana The published Everty wednesday 8peakiko with the Rob Boom 0� a maw a i Haber Frky to am Vapi Emob or Rebb Man. By 6e0r6b a. Chapman. Volume ii Terre haute a a to county i a i air a March 25, 1840. Jonm eve 24 # the Vvan Cash enquirer a a pm blinked Tatry of act on at it tween Waback and Ohio treed directly Earl of the a vital Hunte dollars per a us. Tver Dollart and Cfaft n\h1 Recci cd. It Situu wit iii i in Moilis Frum tie time of tube crib Tifi or Twu Dollart if paid in Frivance of with Lutito Linn is. Aper dts continued Tili Arren Meef Are Piid Uii Lees. At Llie it iii it Ibe l to Prieor. A Rulure to Rii it a Jane al the end of Llic year c i a id it red a Ira a it. A Luvenie Nelv Iti a Hub paper will not a Luwis flu Avery e Luxoro Rhan Fiur vol vent. Adv or ask Man let a Ltd do Ebreo times m Onu Violl in a Miqu ire h a it Rositi Nucy it to f rate ut"2j Cenit quirk. A i i Kly. Viiu tir the if iii it Eliv t n Niami it i it. A lion inked iii it Viii Buci Vilii sued la or detail oui m forcing Hia Way into the midst of the apartment Mil rolling Hia Tyes round they presently rested with an almost unearthly gleam on the countenance if Woodville iii Whoie Uund Home vague memory eel led to awaken a he perused the Sallow and it Are worn lace before him. A a a i cried the later Quot 1 am not yet too i Ben turning to Llie Jird gtd. He Curtin used release Liat mail Liu la innocent Quot l lie of ibis annunciation excited the the Ltd a every one in the Apar Wient to Bough Uliey All believed trial the speaker was acting from Liliu of a crazed Tinag Ivalinn and one of then in a i Jav tone to iii opinion. I he words the eare of Ibe supposed maniac who returned a a a Nul i no nol crazy. Would to god i were 1 my brain in on fire but i am nut 1 Here tis Liere Quot coi minued he violently biking list it Breatix Lii at the disorder lies. Once More i Tay Reteare the pria cd cry he is innocent i am the iii urdu re Quot a tiie lord Harry said Mungo Spring Aiti i c Lula Sci i r. R min a a . Ayivor i re iii it it coniing Fromi Abru Aii Illus a in Willi t unless urge Ioctl i a. Pub Cli r a Lumen r it a Quot i a not a Emu column. of Lulu the squatter. A Lah of 1li.1.nuis. Chapi or. Quot tor a Van Loti year l v list Rne Hilt of fill Ltd Tell i Onsi i. Usmial Quot i crime. I Leir diff tote m in a. Iii al iii Ltd Ute he a Oil Vickii Vivki Ltd Vav Retli. Yii ii guile iii in. A it Vai i uni a Trul k tic p Aii. Or ii a fir Pinr iii it it. I n a re turn l i lie Bce a c did iii c of l in i Jernar a an in Gay in was 1 0 in a g Sli ii l i a v t f i. I a d n a i ii i a \ to Weir l . M Crew a lie l i iii a or d i rv.-. In id Ili object of in. R ii ii j i a i air g a crib ski in title of l tier Arlois. Ami a iii Illi id Bie to if cd it Otu it Semi iii Iund tie dour of taif Duco. Lieu it get r it a Ali ii u a o. Used Liy tiie Lull it Mil tii i Sinur Ivicin wis t i let a led t i t Ike . L ii if the a a a it in a Quot Ngtai i a ,1 a ced a a,i,.ri Irh of tie Lui Irdi scr As 1 1- Taii ill mry t i i in oui an 1 Airov Liziie a i to >�"0. A to Quot i ii iii u d iii tit in attend mis into the a i a in iii it tue m in pirate. Evident to Igns of you 11 i ii i Unte Zianco. I it y Lead to Cicely Eric lid Lii r i n Tiitu we cil tie wit dry up Alfi Ruile l. in tie Clarl ily a bib iii ii it to 1 n to. To of am Ltd Bir it re the Linig if �1 ii Vav i it in Arii a Ilc n to l in nimbly Devi ii dui Vii tie Ruid. Aiichi or it ii try the crud Avo a to Audi t tiie ii to ii ice it i0i> Ai Quot a Cid Siim. J a Taneil 11 Ini y a. To Eracli Voli Cli iii a he i urd t of Lier but a ilium spran a t it bars de iii Buffer Quot i Leanor dropped on her Kitces and raised Ber Clayp-1 d hands to heaven. I crowd tii Roii red around crazy die As Lii Uii Lippy Man had been general-1 fur Tome minutes the Bustle was to Ai Laal lie co Iid Nui continue. Hear me Quot lie at Lei Igli exclaimed in a frantic the minor character in the programme of oar Little drama. For thera indeed oar a May not have been so far a slated t but Loine Tynio d Man who is tend of looking poor thre recollect one of the past Cleir history is not devoid of interest. The fair Usan the Tiai of the squatter no lets deserving of favor from Lier intrinsic Virtues than her warm and ardent Devotion in opposing thu dark shadows Wlinich clouded the destiny of her brother was Heen and loved a Man worthy of her Choice and a return of her valuable affection. The gentleman who has been introduced to Tbs Reader the appellation of Squire wanly was one of to Ion a Noble minded generous men whom it is not unusual to meet with in our Remote Frontier villages. Animated a spirit Enterprise he emigrated irom the state of Virginia and Wao one of the first who settled on the spot where the Village of now tand3. Hie Frank Ana St Tihin of Mantiera Correct deportment and Superio Miriel lion caused Liim to beloved and respected m fellow pioneers and succeeding adventurers. He Luine it to and Patriot sni soon pointed him out As Oto Man tilted to entrusted with imported san Tom tacit though Universal Israel. The squatter and had become known the blushing Susan Hymen al altar Squire blandly and took the first step towards becoming a Matron among the Good wives of Edgarton. Peace and Joy reigned at tie Festal Board and their Neil Bors will lung remember tie Happy Day on which was United the hearts and the hands of Susan Woodville and Henry blandly. Mungo is now an elderly Man and Haa relic quiet a a a hear me Wiiilie i have to to it Peak. De the care of the stable and Garden to a younger i killed Horn Toni. I t Ull Owid bin oui a Beni left i gentleman of the same color. His master has granted Liim a life lease of tiie Kitchen Corner and he awaits the slow approach of the Quot Insatiate King Quot with All Willi great i Lrtil Gill to iii 1 ainu Cipale. He Wilh i d i us of my and Nils iii ins Arm aloft i per a Leidt lie 11 id ail Upen knife 111 Lus band. I .11 to Quot i a iii Luv urte the a buds at once to avoid like a. Tie ii Uso taking tiie in my Riund which. No help me Ivcic. 1 did iii Mear to pfc. He was iii ii , and 1 lieu Ubl to Poste a equanimity of a grecian he loves Ltd i110 us Mien w a Lii i the Ziec Epsily of a struggle. J to recount his services rendered in the hour of peril Ste. Pirig Bici iii Lii iii 1 iii round the Waitt i to Bis a dear mass a Quot who in return thinks Mungo Ai d Enid favored la Hui la Trio ground but i m performing those services showed a fruitfulness in designing and courage in executing Seldom to met with in the pages of history. Squire facial still continues the practice of Law but the lesson he was taught in the proven in Iid to prevent in sell Troin Beisig recon a Quot nce of would i will never forgotten. Een i it 11,3 i Oul tii Pecl and i fell and before 1 j Quot of it has effect in his More extended Charity to his c i recover m tit lie almost reached me. Ellow creatures. His suspicious nature has Given a scarcely kirov Viii what i did i levelled my Nui Ket Way to a More Bland and unobtrusive Demeanour so at Lii iii Arij Btij tip ii act acid Oil Quot. Hut he continued in iat now he rejoices More than Ever at the Happy to approach and 1 lived. 1 he Bhot took fatal aim i sue of dark events which had so important tie Vic Liin tumbled to the a bearing on Tho peace of a if Suaz her. Alarmed Lott the loud report should bring so ii one j Luthe into i in goods the shelter of Standard of Ait Tan a i. Cd 1 had to sircely gamed when 1 heard approach j Dard of Beauty As regards complexion seems to iii jul Tieps. It a my Emi Loyer. He run died i Chow Winch is the natural Hue of the i Lxii Lottie , and the dying Man Suber ii i Quot deepened Long exposure to the Sun. A tiie Deal i Wuu iia ii Lead , recognized him i powder is used ladies chiefly to and Witri build Illo iii. 1 now thou Gnu to steal g Ellio t Lee Ilie favorite tint also to impart to it a fragrant odor. This 1 test Point is of More importance among the Burman than any where else As they have a curious Mode of kissing. Instead of a slip it i Twat 1 Loula skulking quiere. And at olice charge. D the murder bul the rustling the a strayed me und or. Woodville Darl ing thru ii the a Uvoda me the Collar. The j touch of the lips As with us they apply the Mouth it to y. U know. When 1 perceived that suspicion 1 my closely breathe strongly As if smelling an did iii Reri on me and 1 w As Felt alone with the of it or on the person s Cheek and drawing in the , the desire i Niy amp Elf with the Money a Ain returned but it Wai gone. Quot and 111 a 1 w. Calm tone endeavoured to bout he the per n the Lnagle Trae together with his replies to turn Ilion of Lier it Eung. The Fink Vinus of her a a izod it it it a were it get too will and disordered a kid Lobo Eamy yall eyed. Slie made a Strong till ii Ieti it Lii Eif a re to re Faizi and a the Dieppe ii de the tent there was not a heart la tiie Tabei Bibl Ige that did nut sincerely with her ill Tiomi. Assi As order was Etla Bli hed in tie a Jurt ment the begun. I he iii Dumitry had enabled Liim to Quot Quot a rna Riv it pro Ltd in it tiie Pris in let w a n a Osiier than the convicted murderer not it vile but Litlie Reader act minted with triese it cml irely us Eleric to repeal Hern. It is . Enl to say that Alliey conviction to every Mimi More epecl8ly so Tiey were nut Cut it a Rad cited the accused who plainly eave tii it h s de local the Rul w Laid Bear and denial would but no Avail. In deed he lore the Law or Lead Tiivi bed the of the cult cum Tal 06 a hich he Sung it lip t ii arge. William intern Ted the air. Need ipg a Kivow k Dong the it he Vav i Tim Utiler Ali in in ii Bhaji y Man who loud Bein men a a a or before of tiie Morder of l Horn Lon. H lever. With Ibe s Dean pm Lef to Iti ont of b.? entire of the crime and i. iii it Lic Iven mum yet interpose to Tave Hijii irom 8i�o git Quot i it Nii Ltd Iti. Fuith r Hutsn it Ion being Ren lored tue i Ary lilt Quot al Multi get anal Lra a proceed t it i t he Connit a i enl w i iii d to a i Quot a i w Ili Ordor to Coli spy the r t Jill. So Deily were the Init s of All Impi Wii i Trio Jim it of u or , tii it his Timi mind composed mind instead of oper Ling 111 h s a Ivor. Wae 6ft do ii t it the score of ii to denied . And his to emn Derla,-.iiion of he iii Cerii t.-, in ii upon merely As a tick to move them to Cun. A Oll. Many Qubi Puiia which i were put for the purpose of i i Viii every circus Lance. I he Joy of a Loudville w ii innocence was clearly made Manifest May readily imagined. Eleanor Paiik upon his bosom and sobbed As if tier heart were bursting with its and poor Susan laughed and wept alternately or. Blandly who this time had heard of the and reached tie court room was tearful that Iier would totally unseated. As tor poor Mungo he danced and hopped about the . In to iii hands with every person in it excepting or. Lucias who to do Hin ju.-,lice, also appeared glad i it his Prii Oiler s Cli Ariller was so happily cleared up in a delirium of Joy which it would Vun in to . A a 1 i our jul it Vas no for Noshin thit Pompay to when crazy Dave Brou Glit into the Loube Ali i had to tie Hin up to Kep inn from Juii Ipili on the bed Quot said he and then he would 1 iii ii and to in and Bizow ins while Leech. While the big rolled Down from his glistening eyes and Nib i Inpattie Lic Nooe streamed in fellow slip. It Vav in about a year after this occurrence in the he a in Ludd. Ai Ier Noii of a pleasant summer Day that an open Carr driven a tidy looking Black Man and. Met iii intr i Renil in iii and hey and two Blooming ooy.-, sub been slowly ascending the Hill on the Summit of w hich brands the Little vill the i have described As the native place of William Woodville. The Gullemin a. A tall one looking Man in the prime of Lite and the lady Bis Side possessed thai kind of Beauty which tie beholder la love As Well is Admire a Hen Iiley reached the top of the Eminence the carnage Drew up for a moment while tie inmates turned their eyes on amp pile of blackened iii ii a Little let the right of the Road Winch still bore i iii of their original shape though sadly defaced of tiie devouring element 10 indicate that Lume. A Nee instead of saying Quot give me a kiss Quot they say Quot Tiivel me a there is no word in 1 ii.11 Iurii v e of tie guilty Man was. Listened to j the language which translates the word la Breaid Lesb Attenni Fiji and was accurately taken his people have a custom of giving an indelible Black tinge to their Teeth Means of lamp Block and Oil applied with a hot Iron. When asked the reason of this fashion they uniformly answer Quot what should we have White Teeth like a dog or a Monkey 1 where the Teeth Are not blackened in this manner Ibey Are usually tinted red in consequence of another custom nearly Universal amongst them of chewing a mixture called Coon which is composed of a kind of nut with tobacco and other ingredients smeared Over with a Little tempered Quick Lime. This colors the whole Sumith a deep red. Smoking tobacco is Shiji to e prevalent among both sexes and commenced children almost As soon As they Are weaned. F have seen Little creatures of two or Throe years of age Stark naked tottering about with a lighted Cigir in their t travels. I Ltd cd min Ita i s p Eph a de eagerly Furu uru to did j re j Ere the remains of a stately edifice destroyed the a Riler. And in sizing Wiliiam Itie Collar Ruly Drai de inn towards the door. Hie wite hid rolled into it it brins and now As they were about to her from Hui Imp aed the iii Istrate m an Agoti of tears to have compas Mou on tier bit re. A a he up ,&Quot she cried heaven knows to if go it it 8 mercy i Lurcy. Mercy Quot she Frati tical a a i l i med As itis Otto Cir Rej urd Lesb of her entry Alief it endeavoured to Teir her from her . The ln8gitra�e was a a mpa8�on1 Man and Lis in Cuit bled Lor Lier unit Bis hard duty Rompe led i in to turn a a Lent car to her . And in a Arnild Oire he Tild i Quot a to it it wis a not in Power to Avert a a in enter a of i Helix. The crowd paused when Ine Roin Menereo i a aking and Lif tend la hic words w Irti Rei jux Cut of s Lence. Quot he Kellii you Truffi Quot we spared Witham. In a Low and too Hing tone he tells you truth my dir Ileanor but let a tour Trust Inthy it Nowerth it hitherto a Lehr Ltd me hmm an Unile served so Nietro. And a will stretch Firth his Arm to re Cue the this moment a great Bustle took place in the ii a igra lion. Tiie gentleman a brow assumed a Blind a As he gazed upon the ruined building.-, and tie thoughts Inal were passing his mind gave Uller ii ice in words. A a How Kiriu Naicy Tiow very fortunate it was Quot 8 Vid lie. Quot in it the tire broke out al the very moment you were contriving my deliverance Mungo. Had ,1 not been for that Lucky Accident your affectionate t fi.>its would have proved of but Lille Avail i think and i should now and he shuddered at the Iti ounts of the Fale from which he bad Madts so narrow an escape. Tie negro made no reply but his White Teeth Trowt d that he was chuckling Over the recollections Riihl the Bigi Ilof the ruins had awakened. 1 he Carr i a soon after drove on and passing a Piniy Lii rough me Village Ai length turned up Iti Rovi h an Avenue to a Little building which occupied tiie brow of an Eminence about a half a mile it Yoi d. I he appearance of every thing around this in debt mansion betokened the it mud a neatness. I he clustering and fragrant Honey Feu Ckles almost covered the front and a Grove of stately Oak Trees bowed i hair Heel luring branches Over its roof. A Roann in consequence of tie attention of several per Stream on one Side danced and murmured along to sons who it mid near the window Bung attracted wards the sound and in the rear the View was agree the singular appearance of a stranger who was Gal ably perplexed the verdant and mazy vistas of a loping Down tie Road on a horse that showed its neighbouring Wood. Dripping bides and of ammo Mouth the fiery Speed i he party alighted from the Maria of on reaching into which he had been urged his rider. A this Beautiful abode and after pausing for a moment finder As live Quot whimpered one comes crazy 10 look around on the Beautiful scenery of the Laad have been Many circumstances related of our revolution and the great men who projected and corned ii through which were not then so Well Allesley wild almost induce a suspicion of their truth but the following striking coincidence is one of which we do not recollect Ever before having seen a notice a Washington born feb uary 22d, 1732, inaugurated 1780 term of service expired in the 66th year of his ago. John .\dam9, born october 17th, 1734. Inaugurated 1797 term of service expired in the 66th year of his nge. Jefferson born april 2d, 1743, inaugurated 1801 term of service expired in the 68tti year of his age. Madi son born March 16th, 1751, inaugurated 1809 term of service expired in the 66lh year of his age. Monroe born april 2d, 1759, inaugurated in 1817 term of service expired in the 68th year of his age. The above is a list of five of the presidents of the United slates All men of the revolution who ended Timeir term of service in the 68ih year of their arts j. A. Adams a term of service had he been elected a second time would have expired in tbe66ih year of his age. Had Andrew Jackson who obtained in 1624, a plurality of the electoral votes been elected at that Lime. Ills second term of service would have expired in the 66th year of his age i Quot in proce 5s of time the Ascendancy of wealth became Complete. Its excellence was universally acknowledged and Power and honors followed in its train. From the same Era the d Cline of virtue May dated. Poverty was now held As ignominious. Innocence of heart and simplicity of manners were interpreted into a satire on the tin a. Thua the youth taught to look up to riches As the Sutra reign Apt pupils in the school of luxury. Avarice and Pride supplied their precepts a. Rapacity and profusion went hand in hand. Carelou of their own fortunes and eager to possess Thois of others shame and remorse modesty and moderation every principle gave Way. All rushed into a profligacy that heeded no retrain to either divine or Ira-Man."�?sa.�/. Dave. We scan bring him Here in such hot haste Quot Quot and see Quot said another he has neither hat coat nor shoes on and his Black and in combed hair streams out behind him As if it were ashamed to cover stick a Crary this time the object of these remarks had reached the poet office when springing from his horse which he di4l not pause to secure he began rapidly to Arr and the step which led to the apartment of the magistrate. The crowd rushed towards the door to pee this demented Man As he was generally considered. Stand Back a tend Back Quot tried he in a deep wild voice As shoved away those who obstructed scape which from some unspoken memory of Alao citation brought tears into the eyes of the female they entered the House. The negro again mounted the a a to drive the Carriage towards the a table and his Ebony face glistened with a Eio Gul arly comic exp Reabion Asho repeated something to himself. Had any one been sufficiently near he might have heard the Hooee Black wimp Erin. Between the pauses of his merriment Quot lug kor dec idiot a Lucky Accident a a a Quot conclusion. Quot tvs Loaft tear amt Meb is a so Par having followed the fish lines of William Wood Ville to that precise Point where h in fat Moet prudent to leave a Etory in so Fer a we have f is talc. Kroc Krift a Hie fee. A re crud it to Aad my fell of a Eufal Meil Imbt a the Haggard looking stranger hed iwo succeeded it coca our duty to inform the Amer of my of Hia passage. Order order in the court Quot exclaimed the a the bachelors in Boston can t venture out after dark because there Art to Many pretty Girla pouncing upon them. We have the reverse in Illinois the bae Belora Are so numerous that All pretty go dlr bar their Doore at Sunset just for self preservation. A Quinn of iii. Argue. We fear some of them Don to bar the door till till after the bachelors get in. Frook out any Young lady Ehold happen to blah or uate a Turkey in Jimr Ehe Vorih Loof red in tie face. If Ahe dry a m of m Young men three Nigbee in Elioe Eavion it will a eign of Sooae thing. Ufalie Dree a a Flivia four Tiame,qrlmv�4he to Baebe it is ten to one cwt Alm m a Lead Tim getting either of then out of her Henmi. Baye Begley to Stone the Otbo re a a lip the letter in film a mob to Quot give it up no iwo Stone. Quot Emma Itie Tbs my Efi Ifo Quot Mot i bag tear tic of Gia we Tail Stoa pm to aug to another All the atm from the a new Orleans Pica use. To the German Vot s hadverti3in for a life. A a no objections to a Yon Don t object to bidders veil you re a right sort o Feller and scorns a vulgar prejudice Spile of the elder Reller a rancorous old codger Vot keeps rattling like a Road in against the total Vidder race cos his n Vos a Bud on. I m partial to the Vid dvrs too they know Vot s Vot Quot Lorenzo Quot and them As keeps abusing pm Don t know the a and Venio they re Werry mild and amiable Vith smiles fur All they my and then fur melting Tea Deruisa they in t to beat. A Vidder knows Vot Comfort is she s Active and Dia Cernin vile maids you know is ignorant of All con Imbia Larnin a Vidder has experience. As facts show now and then. She s up to snuff and Best of ail. She knows the Vays of men it s certain that the married state a obligation lays on Man and woman to agree to von anthers Vays How Oft see the he Yea of youth Vith Heager pleasure it. Yet know vile behold pm Epli cod. That there vill a split the world is All a fleeting show Quot and Quot love s Young dream Quot a vision and heart and a impulse now a Daya is a object of Dension Vons hairy fancy droops her ving the times from flight forbid her worship a and so does you you goes to for a Vidder i str jews. Song. I loved her with the purest love that Ever human Boom knew the Green Leaf to the Vernal Grove was never half so True for of she was the sweetest Flower that Ever graced a Highland Glen and proudly did i own her Power. Fur she was artless then. She Leiher Home amongst the Hilla and in the a world she grew a worldly flaunting thing of Pride unsteady and untrue Gay Robes and jewels deck her now she seeks the gaze of men. And is no More the Flower i loved. For she was artless then. the London Atlas says that Quot according to one of the jewish authorities Methuselah did not live so Long As he might have done had he attended to Good advice for it is written that As he wis sleeping on the ground when Well stricken in years an Angel came to him and told him that if he would Rise up and build himself a House to lie in he would live five Hundred years longer Methuselah made answer that it was not Worth while to take a House for to Thorl a term and so he died before to was a thousand years old. A woman Frozen to Springfield n. H., mrs. Hardy aged one Hundred years having travelled on february 11th, in the evening about two Miles Over a Hill of foot on the Snow crust lost her shoes and wore out her stockings came to a House which was fastened and no person within left her Stafl at the door and went into a barn Yard near the House and half a mile Distant from any other House where saw wrapped her cloak around her Utset and Laid herself Down and was there found the next morning Frozen to . Republican. Witty repartee a Frenchman once trading in Tho Market was interrupted an impertinent would waggish sort of a Ellow who ridiculed him imitating his imperfect manner of speaking the English. After patiently listening to him for some Lime the Frenchman coolly replied Quot mine Fine Friend you mud do veil to Stop now for if Sampson had made no better use of de jaw Bone of an att Dan you do to mud never have killed so Many Quot Well stranger where Are you out n 1 said a Landlady of Arkansas to her guest Quot Why Madam i am now from Baltimore Maryland but was born and brought up in Massachusetts near Boston Quot said the gentleman. Quot aint that where the Yankees live Quot said the lady. Quot yes a am Quot replied the gentleman a Quot Law me you Are the very Man i have been Arter this Long time my clock it out of six ejaculated the lady in ecstasies of paper. A Mirror Vor ,Ueen Eliaabeth admiring the elegance of the Marquis de Villa de Medina a Spanish Nobleman complimented him. Begging at the same time to know who poise esed the heart of so distinguished a Cavalier. Madam told he a Lover risks too much on such occasion but your majesty s will a a Law. Excuse me however if i fear to name Hor but request your majesty e acceptance of her portrait he sent her a looking Glatt. Matows Vivono the celebrated swimmer died recently at Liverpool aged 48. In july 1827, or. V. Swam on the River Mersey from Rock Point to Runcorn a distance of 22 Miles and exceeding any former distance four or five Miles in 5 Houre and a half a feat probably unequalled and a approached any swimmer when All the circumstances Are taken into account in Aii Oien t or modern times. A i Ougman a not an Ignont Man Beca oae he does not know How to Road if knows How to plough he is not to called an ignorant Man but a wife nay justly called an ignorant woman if she does not know Bow to provide e dinner for Ber husband. It a a cold Comfort for e hungry Man to Tell Bim Bow delightfully Hie wife rays and hinge lovers Mey live on very Aeriel diet but Hue Banda Eitor 10 bad of the Solidi. Coxes Xaikai or Weeo Spaay ing your of adore Tui any expire Elton of Evora with aay pure theology which Ahall convey a web of Yawara to Degray la or Tower object of your re pram in Uia Oil 9oa-��-b0aihmm. A Tamra a a Placa Down a Virgiaia Ybara of of tic Saver Gat to a Over thirty Fiva. Thay Liva a to that pm Aad thaa Bagit Baek Ai and a finally of Aat of Uia a ii pm a Raab aa4 for a a paid Ipke to atom. It a Tatad a a Riata of i tot Oliai it Uta Oaly Oai Lotry in a Wop a Rhamia Tjia Iwa Daez a a with ii to a leeh�wit�4hra labial a err Ian it it k Auma atop Arijs curious Law Case. The Chancellor of South Caralina recently made a decision in which the Deec Aat of a certain estate depended upon the question whether or. Or mrs. Ball both of whom perished in the wreck of the Pulaski a few years Ainee survived the other. A Case still More curious is mentioned in one of the notes to Blackstone a commentaries in illustration of the the doctrine that if life abides in a husband fur a single moment the wife becomes possessed of her right of Dower. He says that in Wales a father and son were both hanged in one cart but the Eon was supposed to have survived the father appearing to struggle the longest whereby he became seized of an estate in fee survivor ship. In the recent Case it appears from testimony collected the Chancellor that the 8t<%amboat Pulaski left Savannah on wednesday the 13th of june 1838, with Many passengers and arrived at Charleston the same evening. The next morning or. And mrs. Ball having gone on Board at Charleston departed for the North. The vessel pursued her course until about 11 o clock of that night when most of the passengers having retired to their berths the starboard boiler exploded. Quot the explosion an extensive breach was made to the starboard Side of the vessel. Her main deck was blown off destroying the communication Between the Forward and after part of the Forward part of the upper deck called the Hurricane deck in contradistinction to the upper part which is called the promenade deck was blown off carrying with it the wheel House in which the commander of the boat capt. Dubois was sleeping at the time. The gentleman s Forward Cabin was much torn its floor ripped up and its Bulkhead driven in and there is reason to suppose that Many perished in that part of the vessel the explosion. Soon after the vessel was broken in two the Forward and after parts pitched into the water towards the Centre at an Angle of nearly thirty degrees. The gentleman s after Cabin was entirely filled and the Forward Cabin was certainly in As bad a condition. There were some persons on the Forward part of the vessel nearly All of whom speedily perished but the greater portion were in the after part including one or two who bad passed swimming from the Forward to the after part. Of those on the after part As Many As could climbed to the promenade deck but there were Many mostly ladies among whom was mrs. Ball who remained on the main deck. These As that deck Sank deeper and deeper retreated along gang ways the ladies Cabin towards the Stern. The promenade deck the action of the Waves was burst from the top of the boat and was submerged with All thai were on it. Whether the Stern of the boat was submerged at or after this time is Uncertain. Some of the witnesses think it was submerged even before the promenade deck others that it was not submerged at All. All these events had taken place according to most of the witness in about from forty to fifty minutes according to others in less after the explosion nothing was heard or seen of or. Ball but mrs. Ball was observed to have come out of the ladies Cabin and Call upon her husband. She ran Forward to Tho chasm caused the explosion retraced her Steps and continued to traverse the starboard Gangway in search of him altering Bis name in tones so raised her agony that they reached the most Distant parts of the vessel upon these facts the Chancellor establishes his decision. Mrs. Ball was heard All and seen Many but no response was heard to her cries nor was any one seen to approach Ber for her Protection or Consolation. Two witnesses who knew mrs. Ball saw her but did not see her husband. He was neither seen nor heard unless he was the person referred to two witnesses who Sute the following circumstances very shortly after the explosion a boat was let Down on the starboard Side of Tho Steamer into which some persons descended. As the boat was lying below a gentleman came to that Side of the deck and throwing a coat into the boat called to those in it to hold a moment and instantly disappeared. He never re appeared but the next Day the coat was found to a Black dress coat of a Large size such was the size of or. Ball and in one of the pockets was discovered a shirt Collar on which was written the name of Ball with some initials which Tho witnesses have forgotten. On the whole the Chancellor concludes the evidence goes to show that mrs. Ball was no doubt the survivor. Judge is now Well known that the whig nominees for governor and lieutenant gov. Are deeper into the system of internal improvements than was As first supposed. It is known that the Strong system men Are Well satisfied with the nomination. Indeed the influence of that party in the whig convention secured the nomination of Bigoss and Hall. There were a few in the convention who voted for or. Payne who is anti internal improvement but they were a Mere drop in the bucket compared to the influence which controlled the decision of the motive nation. Second Choice to or. Payne was Gen. Mccarty with the anti system men and the Choice in the whig convention was Mada finally Between Mccarty and bigger. The Strong system men supported Wallace Unyi they saw that Mccarty was a stronger Man than the governor and the friends of his excellency seeing that an anti system Man would nominated if Wallace was longer urged agreed to drop him and go for bigger As their next Choice. The Wallace party which was principally the internal improvement party United on bigger and his nomination was then and thus secured. It is Eaid Geu. Mccarty was opposed to the final scheme of internal improvements and was of course not a favorite with the Noble and Wallace dynasty. Hence judge bigger s Triumph Over Gen. Mccarty in the convention. Much of this information is derived from one of the delegates from this county to said convention who said himself he could not support bigger in the convention but voted first for Payne Aud next for Mccarty. If the great body of the whig and system party desired a Reform in the policy of the state with regard to internal improvements Why did they not nominate such a Man As Payno or Mccarty who were Well known to opposed to the system ? the reason is they did not want an anti system . Good whigs a re peculiarly fortunate. Had general Harrison been engaged in the Battle of the thames instead of being in a reserved Corpe out of the reach of the enemy Esbert he might have fallen. What would the whig thaa have done for a preen Dattal candidate 1 had Gen. Harrison been with the Gallant Crog Han at fort Stephenson withdrawing Hie wooo troops and Lasavin Crof ban and Hia Little spar Tan band of one Kwh tired and thirty Thrett Tivitt Cir in to Tanir Fate might have been killed in action. What would Tea a Bias than Hala Dona for a Praia dental candidate How for Toad Tatum us Faro waa out of daa Garl Hoar font talk that Haar Clay Caa not to Media Fly away Iaea a Tbs Aomia. Tina Olgaa. Harrl Aoa to Tho a Slimy t a frat Ebarga in or. Vhf opinion laity iii a Fow Waart of Tea Naa Basie we Aee Aat Bbosa Tob a a Ai Bbaney to a Muy Soa aah Oak to Marc lady Day or the Attadi Faiolo of the Virgia Mary so called itt Tufe Angela Massage to to in Vir Tama a eobcmp�iflg4mir so Viory a or Tbs 1683�?first est iltis Bieni of Cin Rity so Bola in England. Quot 1741�?admifal Vernon took Tea Cavatio of Bocca Chicca Carthagena Alee us. 1772�?counts Strunsee and Brandt beheaded for a pretended conspiracy against Christian Vij King of Denmark. The King and his Queen Carolina Latilda youngest sister of George 111, Oten gland were seized and the latter with the two Soonta Aoril to prison Juliana the Queen Dowa Ger and bad party. The Queen was divorced and died at sad ii. May 10, 1775, aged nearly 24. Juliana died in disgrace in 1796. 1790-new Trinity Church new York of Naan crated. 1792�?lake Haran Toreen in the county of Kerry Ireland sunk into the ground. 1796�?British under Brij met. Dan Boll Darrid storm the batteries at port Royal a Ildy 1804--British ship magnificent capt. William h. Jervis 74 guns lost on sunken Rocka the Saintes near Brest Crew saved but 70 or 80 Wera taken prisoners the French. 1808�?charles in. Of Spain wrote to Bonaparte protesting against his abdication on the 19th March in favor of Ferdinand Vii. As having been extorted from him Force at the same time offering to place himself his Queen and the Prince of peace in Bonaparte s Power. 1810�?Bonaparte issued a do crts a ii ring Liberty to All state prisoners in France and a Pardon to All deserters. 1811�?British Gen. Beresford Defeated the French in a partial action at Campo mayor took 600 prisoners and pursued them to Badajos. Same Day a Large French frigate destroyed on the French coast the British boats under capt. Macnamara. Same Day George Fred. Cooke first performed in Philadelphia played Richard i. Or. We. Warren Henry i. Donald Mckenzie Duke of bucking Bam s. Cone Henry Earl of Richmond mrs. Twaits the Queen mrs. Wood lady Anne and mrs. Barrett Duchess of York. Same Day Brit Ali frigate Amazon destroyed off Cape bar Fleur part of the Cherbourg Squadron. Same Day every printing press in Paris obnoxious to Bonaparte suppressed the police. 1815-capt James Biddle of the u. S. Phio Hornet joined at tristan d Lacunha the pet Kiili and Tom bowline. On the 2<hh april they sailed for the Cape of in Ood Hope. Ii arrive if. It St Salvador they heard of peace Between and America when they All returned to the u. S. Same Day confirmatory pact signed at Vienna in which the Allied Powers solemnly United their forces to maintain the treaty of Paris against Bonaparte. We copy the following from the Delphi bulletin it and must say that we like its tone and spirit judge Huntington a judge Naylot. It seems that the whigs of Marion county held a convention at which judge Huntington was present and made a flaming speech in favor of or. Harrison a Tho judge said that had been one of the delegates to the whig National convention he gave a history of Tho Progress of the Battle in the Mariotte states and expressed the confident Assurance that the hero of Tippecanoe would elected amp a. In every political meeting in this District when in def Naylor has been present he has taken Peculiar Paina to take an Active and leading part. If we mistake not it was the judge who reported the bitter Anil foolish preamble and resolutions at the convention last Spring which nominated col. Evans for Congress. And at a recent county meeting in Tippecanoe we Ai e informed that hit Honor was present and took the Lead in cheering the most abusive parts of the speech of Henry s. One the Harrison a Eliof for this District in and the whig candidate of Cou Gress. We ask the poo Pic of Indi Arfa whether they prove of their judiciary thus throwing themselves in the political Arena in Ocer opinion an individual is but poorly qualified to discharge the most Golemii part of his judicial functions Aflex having polluted his lips with giving utterance to the most Abib Siva epithets against an Adverse party and having Hia heart jilted with the venom of pm of feeling id our opinion the Ermine of a judge Beeves to if a when he thus transform himself into a Bra hot Phi House politician. The great body of the hmm re cd people look with horror at any. Attempt of the judiciary to influence elections and disguise the subject As much As Poa Eible every pure minded Man must shudder when he witnesses the incestuous Union of a dignified impartial judge and a babbling Street partizan. We Are far from charging this conduct of these two whig judges to the account of whig misdemeanours we have heard Miny individuals of that party condemn in the most Enqu Ili fled terms tuck actions. As an individual every american free a in has i right to take what part pleases in the political contests of the Day a we would the last to Dan the right to any Man. But we contend that a a Ltd should Lay aside while officiating in that capacity the Active part of what a deemed the Dutie of a politician. This he could do without giving up any principle nay he could vote his principles and no one would have any right to say one word. But we do contend that a judge should not exhibit the humiliating spectacle of transforming himself mite a political Gladiator while exercising the function in of that office. These we believe to the sentiments of nine Hundred Aud ninety nine out of every Boa Sand of the people Tif Btu state. Bie is industriously re it Oft a bar the feds that the Lton Law w. Wick voted a Oong Aei against the Cumberland my. Or. G. Proust to in a published latter in the journal has stated that no appropriation would made this year Bee Alai the administration was opposed to it. Let a few facts stated. A the last Congress Indiana Imd six Fodera Mea Ibera. The House with the whig and conservatives United had a majority against Tbs . Last year with six fed ral Maaia Bers and a majority against Tea administration m appropriation was made. Boom thi titans we Elk Indiana had 7 democratic Laen Ibers Aad a both tiny House coat Abiaad a majority in Yovor of the and mme. Traction an a ppr action waa always Louiae now let these feta Rama bored Iniba Piew Cong Raea it is doubt Fol a Biel party Baa Iba nmn Writy tia whigs elected bait speaker which waa pro it claimed a a party Triumph Aad Beano it a thai bar. Proffitt Tea Fodera number from Sadiasa Haa dared la Advana that to appropriation a rotted i made. And Why t batausa Tea wet a cd 1 adv Ativoka Jinita Anoe Wadad in electing mar ii. To iiinitaf8podt�ff, 5iri�iaaopomd to Omernik traction. A Benm Lawwil a Parto Titi iii or. Is Roget Wii Aljaim that a Trio Lamia iii Sto the a in a fail i i in Law to l i Quot trn Titi thai. Whak m Mem my a vim �01 a a essm stirs stud St Issig

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