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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - November 11, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana ,.i.i, w the m s f a it published every Wei essay i _.,11_ by 6e0r0e a. Cha of a a volume. Terry haute Yin of Canty a Diana 1 1 1 off 1840. Miu Aber so the Wabash enquirer it Jehu Ahod Ewery wedge Day Ofie m 4/4, Between Waback mud Okio it deity directly eat of the court House. Terms. Two dollars per annul in Advance. Of tiers will invariably be discontinued As soon As the time for which they have been paid expires. One Dollar will be received for six months and fifty cent for three months. Five Doharis in Advance will pay for three years or for three papers for one year. Advertisements Onserud three times at one Dollar a Square 8 lines to be continued at the rate of25 cents per Square weekly. Unless the number of insertions be marked on 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 $3 a Square f6 for six months or $10 a year. Merchants druggists and others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares $15,50 for three squares $20 for Quarter of a column of 2000 Ems $25 half a column $50 three fourths of a column $63 for a column $75 a year. Advertisements authorised by statute must be paid for in Advance. Advertisements coming from abroad must be accompanied with the Cash unless Orde Reil for publication by a brother publisher. Or postage must be paid. The Frontier House. By or. A. I. I alb. A i shall return before dark said Edward Abbot to his Young wife As he kissed their by and Laid it in her arms. There i a no danger Rebecca. But my dream of those ngh Teal Savages Edward said she. O that should not fright you he replied. Re them from evil and guided them to Good. A lady now displaying similar charms Bald for her face be entitled to the epithet of divine angelic grecian Madonna while the Grace thiess of her figure would be Well understood by All travelled or unravelled if but compared a Ith the Venus Medicis. But the primitive la Gaage of our excellent ancestors conveyed the idea of Beauty without All this waste of words. They simply called Rebecca an exceedingly comely Young woman yet Rebecca Felt no Pride on this acc ant nor even Ever dreamed of gaining the admiration of any one except her husband. There was then but Little of what we Call social Intercourse meaning balls parties ic., among the people but there was deep and fervent and faithful Domestic affection. The former has greatly improved since the period of which i am writing but if we credit the Bard and believe that corruption shakes when peril could not part the love whose deadliest foe is human Art we must not imagine that every advantage in i reserved for our own times. Rebecca watched the Sun till it had sunk behind the Western Hills and then she watched its beams on the Clouds till the last faint Lints had departed and fixing her eyes steadfastly upon that part of the Forest from which she had expected to see her husband emerge she sat at the door with her child in her arms watching in vain for his appearance. The room into which she occasionally gunned looked so gloomy and desolate the could not endure to enter it. Indeed As the evening waxed later and her fear increased she sometimes imagined she saw strange figures and faces with gleaming eyes such As she had beheld in her dream moving around the Dusky apartment. Ashamed of those fears and knowing her husband when he name. Would chide her for thus exposing herself and child to the evening Dews the breathed a prayer to him who stilled the tempest Antl entered the House. Her first care after placing her infant in the Cradle was to Light a Candle and then More re assured she took her Bible. The Bible was the Talisman of our ancestors. It guarded its Pagos member you had been hearing Indian stories Sll the were a direction to every difficulty and its promises evening and the Wise Man says Quot a dream cometh a resource in every trial. Rebecca read and prayed through the multitude of business Quot which our Good alternately mingling the idea of Edward his safety or. Walker explains As meaning whatever most in j and return with every thought and wish but still grosses our thoughts particularly Juel before we fall j he came not. She had no Means of ascertaining the asleep. There have not been any traces of Savages i lapse of time except by the length of the Candle discovered this season and i should be very sorry j consumed or the stars As there was no Moon but to raise an alarm in the town merely on account of Ashe conjectured it must be passed Midnight. Again dream and again she went Forth and examined with search but Yoo know Edward they Are a secret As Welling glance around but nothing could she see but the As a terrible enemy said mrs. Boot. And Raisel her i hark Forest in the distance and close around her mild eyes to her husband s face with that pleading expression when tears seem ready to Start and Yei Are checked by the fear of giving p in to the one the heart loves that a fond husband finds it so difficult to withstand. I will not go to the is Risun to Day Quot said he Lay ing Down Hie Hal. A but you promised your father and he expects you thing emerge rom their Shadow. If it did. On important business said mrs. Abbot. You must j shed instantly. She kept her eyes fixed dwelling the Black stumps that stood like sentinels on guard while nothing was heard save the soft murmur of the water and at times a Low rustling As the Breexe stirred the loaves of the Chesnut tree. At length As she stood at the Corner of her House beneath the Shade of that tree looking earnestly towards the Woods she thought she perceived some it Van on the go. I know my fears Are childish but they shall not i spot. A Bright Starlight enabled her to discern of make me wicked. I am Apt to think my Security a cute quite distinctly even at a distance Especial depends entirely on your presence. I forgot the one a when her faculties were roused and stimulated by mighty to save can defend me and that Trust in him is a shield to the Christian. You had better go a not without you said her husband who now began to feel the fears she was endeavouring to shake off. Come pro pare our Little Edward and we will go Down together. If there be any alarm we will not return to night Rebecca paused a few moments As if considering her husband s proposition. The subtleties of the ancient school men Are not so perplexing so difficult of explanation so contradictory As Are often the feeling of the human heart. Scarce five minutes had elapsed since Rebecca would have thought permission to accompany her husband would have obviated every inconvenience and been attended with no danger. But other considerations now arose. Edward had been summoned to attend a Public meeting of the town. Should she go with him it might excite notice for the ladies of those Days Seldom visited and should inquiries be made she could hardly satisfy them without alluding to her fears an3 then her dream Mast be told to jut tiny her fears and there was no telling when or where the excitement would Stop. And moreover her husband might incur reproof from the elder for listening to his wife s fears and dreams and thas raising agitation among the people. All these things might occur because the wife of Edward Abbott could not stay at Home one Demoon. A i will have More fortitude Edward said Rebecca smiling. A will not make a fool of you though 1 appear like one myself it is nearly a mile and you have no time to spare to carry the babe or wait for me and i ought not to go so do not let me hinder you another moment it was in vain that Edward urged her to accompany him. The More she saw his generous anxiety on her account the More she Laboured to suppress her fears till finally she persuaded him and herself too. That she Felt of uneasiness at All from the Prospect of passing three hours alone and Edward departed. The House of Edward Abbot stood on the Western Bank of the Merrimack nearly a mile from the present Village of Concord then called Mumford. Re award was the first who bad ventured to live at such a distance from the Garrison and fortified houses and be had thus of burned the re Poutoa of remarkable courage of which be was quite As proud As a dashing Blade of these polished Days would be in accepting a Challenge to a Duel. His wife too participated in his Triumph. Aim the wish to spare him mortification was a powerful motive to inspire her with a Resolution to overcome Ber own fears Sod Al now him to depart Hbeo from the Felt that danger was nigh she would by the Saper a Tititison of the time have been a ratified in Deli inf or at least accompany ing Bim. Out Ebe Sav him depart without tears daubed him from the Small window till he entered the Reet and then Betook herself to her household once rim. Yet she Coald not forbear going frequently to the door and sometimes a Orhild Irisse All str tired their Little Domain and then watch the Progress of the Sun. With an Espree a Ion of countenance that to an of Erver. Would instantly Bave reverted the a Fiat and a Ziety Ber desk was Saffer iof. Every Ching abroad was in perfect Iez Ness there scarce a breath of air la perceptible. And the Ira Teffs Fli Tbs Merrt Macc flowed without a Ripple. The ealm of Eky a wind a 4mp?�r and Mure Beaver Ray let a a a a a m it Wai by re Beeca. From a spot a a of a a a my by tall Trees mom Elm Ltd with sub a mlle no of be Liaf As made the fat my dark Aad a Impast Robto. Come ainu we the Boose was Pic bin web i vegetables Mai a ibid of a re my in Ibon refine a null bag. Streb a to broke go pm u to a Brink. The mtg a Omoy w a mrs Entz tto Irpino of a of a in Tot Imd by ill or a a twi a be Moat a big hmm Silm a it i so Etbel i web it lbs bad i the a a be we a a Terai to go my Mimm we levees of brew Bruf. Tib of Owamie pm my i Edge us a Adeff the few in a a abort Fuit a ewed to Boom a a to Mam Sammt a we to to Mhz if Pivitt to itally Lwy to atm a ight a Eihel of Bope and fear. After some time she l it oks gtd again and plainly saw a human figure. It Rose from the ground looked and pointed towards her House and then again Digap it eared. She recollected her Light. It could be seen from the window and probably had attracted the notice of the Savages whom she could longer doubt were approaching. They had As it Kim m inv to by my. La a Ssiss Filc she fancied Wayl Ayed and murdered her husband. They were coming to capture or murder her and her child. What should she do she never thought of attempting to escape without her babe but in what direction should she Fly when perhaps the indians surrounded the House 1 there was one moment of terrible agony when the mangled form of her husband seemed before her and she heard in idea the shrieks of her babe beneath Savage tortures till her breath failed and reason seemed deserting her. But she made a Strong Effort to recall her wandering senses and then with her eyes and clasped hands raised to heaven she took her Resolution. With a noiseless step she entered her dwelling extinguished the Light took her infant in her arms and again stole softly Forth creeping along in the Shadow of the House till she reached the spot from whence she had first seen the oct that alarmed her. Here she stood perfectly still. Her infant Lay on her bosom in profound sleep As quiet and As seemingly breathless As though his spirit had already departed. She did not wait Long before the same figure again arose looked around then Sank Down As before. The moment it disappeared Rebecca passed Swift and softly As a Shadow Over the space that separated the House from the Chesnut tree. This tree was an uncommonly Large one and there was a separation of the trunk into two branches about three feet from the ground where Rebecca thought it possible she might be concealed. The gained it and placed herself in a position which allowed her to watch the door of her dwelling. All was silent for a Long time More than an hour As she thought and she began to doubt the reality of what she had seen imagining she had been deceived and taken a stump for a human figure and she was about to descend from the tree where her situation was extremely uncomfortable when suddenly a Savage crept by her Between the House and tree. A another and another followed it was with difficulty that she suppressed her screams. But she did suppress them and the Only sign she gave of fear was to press her infant closer to her bosom. They reached the door and a sound of Surprise at finding it open was uttered by the first Savage and replied to by the second in the Indian language. After a Short Coneal Tatios they entered and Rebecca saw a Light gleam and supposed they bad kindled it in search for her. Her pulse but wildly yet be hoped to escape. It was not probable that they would search a tree so near the Bouse they would rather Sappoe she had lied to a distal cd. Presently a cracking noise was heard in the House the Light lashed from the door and window the indians raised Timeir wild yell As they rushed out and danced around with i Utie fee Turee and Rebecca saw that the Houm Wai of lire. Still the Only sign be gave of fear was be a loosed the handkerchief from her neck and threw it Over her child s face to Eeren his eyes from the Glare of Light that inight him to Preas hit Doser and closer to he Fluor. The House was Untim Kef there was no plastering to delay for s moment the Progress of the ire been kindled the Centre of the apartment and fed by ill the the a Fragee could fio in the dwelling. The flawed a Lvi upwards and Toon new tube Rafter pand boards and Itee ened Acree five Mai rain Liili to time Ellebee a fint Law the Light Tih Tom by Borst through the roof Ettlee Ere a rifled Lar Tim beat around the bum inc build of Ltd mar expended Aad the More dime Tir a Maia i u a lewd a if the i flt bid Vidotto Mim. A Al it Retra the Hie Amke andjkotnt9i us her site Fadera directly on Tea Bee nut try. in draft fat beat while the Wal Beetie of Zapara Faaete do and her of the Pewar Ai Leep Finbow. It Adf to Vurnm ill i r Demtd a it Tab Mif Lii if a a Uttmi go a a in View ii Vii Iota Mittit he it ii of w a a a my Atu time if aft. All the note of his War so Iid a Ras thriller As be intently regarded his victim. Suddenly be turned Eway. Rebecca murmured a prayer and resigned Bereal to death As she heard All of hem Send Forth a prolonged whoop. A my boy my husband we shall meet a shall All meet in heaven she mentally cried. But Why did not the Savages approach 1 be listened looked around the Clearing was illuminated by the Bright Glare and she saw the three indians flying with the Speed of frightened Deer to the Covert of the Wood. She did not pause to consider what had eau and their flight but obeying that instinct which bids us Hun the present danger be sprang from the tree and rustled towards the River. She recollected a spot where the Bank projected beneath which in the summer months the bed of the River was nearly dry there she should at least be secure from the fire. And Thero she sheltered herself. Her feet were immersed in water and she stood in a stooping posture to screen herself from observation should the a Flages return to a a Eek Here but her infant slumbered peacefully. None of her fears or dangers did sorbed his re Jiose and when the morning Light allowed her to gaze on his Sweet face tears of Joy and thankfulness flowed fast Down her Cheeks that she had been enabled thus to shield that dear innocent one from the Savage a and the flames. Soon after Sunrise she Hoard sounds As people approached and soon recognized the voices of her friends from the Garrison. Rebecca and her child were conveyed to the Village which her husband she found had left about Sunset on the preceding evening. Noticing was known or could be discovered of his Fate. The inhabitants had been alarmed by the Light from the burning building and As soon As the morning was sufficient advanced to allow them to penetrate the Forest they hastened to discover the cause of the fire. Grief for the loss of her husband combined with terrors she suffered threw Rebecca into a violent lever and her life was despaired of but just As the disorder seemed approaching a fatal termination. Edward Abbot arrived at Rumford. He was surprised while walking homeward by four indians one of whom seized Bis Rifle while another struck him such a blow on the head with his Tomahawk As totally to deprive him for several hours of All recollection. When he did recover he found himself lying at the foot of a tree his hands bound and an Indian guarding him. All eur it its to escape he found would be in vain and he silently submitted to his Fate. About Day the three Savages joined the one who guarded him and conversing hastily a few moments they began a hurried March. Edward perceived one of the often and attentively. At length on the fourth Day As the Savage was alone with the prisoner he by signs questioned Edward concerning the House where be used to reside Side. Edward made on the White Birch with a Coal taken from their fire a drawing of their Little Plantation and House including of course the Chesnut tree. The Indian surveyed it in silence and Edward thought no More of the matter. Early the next morning Edward was awakened by the same Indian who motioned him to Rise and follow him. The rest of the party were not in sight. Edward obeyed and followed him two Days travelling rapidly till suddenly he found himself on the Borders of the Merrimack the Indian then pointed in the direction of Concord and instantly disappeared in the Woods. It is perhaps unnecessary to add that Edward s presence operated More favourably on Rebecca than bad All the remedies administered by the Good doctor Carter and she soon recovered. The conduct of the Indian excited great curiosity and much talk in the Village but for a Long time the mystery baffled All conjecture. After Many months an Indian who could speak English explained the secret. It seemed that several years before Rebecca was married an Indian with Bis wife and child came into the House of her father and asked for food. The old people were absent and a hired Man acting As Many do when clothed in a Little Brief authority ordered them from the House. Rebecca then a playful laughing girl interposed and prevented them from being thus treated. She brought Forth the Best food the House afforded and took the Indian babe in her arms and fed it and to that act Charity so gracefully performed she was indebted for her own and her child s life and her husband s Liberty. The death of Jefferson a t. B. An rams m. A. I Hava Dona for my country and All Mankind All that i could do and now i re Eton my soul to god. Aad air daughter to of e9mihxj?jeffnom,$ by ing word. The eloquent Taaga is mute the Eagle Eye is dim he bears not thy a Hite what is this Leporld to Bim ? for too an earthquake rent the mighty Earth in Twain. And Shook the for Mamet he would not Wake again All that was earthly lies Low in his grave beneath his heavenly part defies the might Ness of death t then let the thunders Roll. The mighty cannons Roar they cannot reach his soul upon that Happy Shore mysterious and romantic seven months since a Young Roan in the dress of a Sailor called at a watchmaker s in the lower part of the City and sold a valuable in nature which was of a Young and Beautiful lady. He received the Money for the setting placed the miniature in his bosom and left the store seemingly ill great agitation. About ten Days ago an old French gentleman with a Young lady who seemed to be his daughter entered the watchmaker s lore after attentively observing the miniature setting which wa8 Hung in the window and requested leave to examine it. Instantly upts taking the setting into his hand the old gentleman exclaimed Quot a Gauvre Garcon Gauvre Oare hand the Young Udy covering her face with her veil to bed aloud. After receiving All the information concerning the Young Man which the watchmaker could furnish the old gentler an purchased the setting and departed with his daughter saying that he bad but just arrived from pans and meant to return again by the next vessel. He entreated the watchmaker a Lould he Ever see the Young Man again to Tell him to come immediately to Paris and All should be Well Zafein Aad the old gentleman went away in great dejection. The watchmaker remembered the features of the Young lady were the same As he had seen upon the miniature when Betook it from the Case and he re presents the distress of the Young lady to have been to touching a to draw tears from his eyes. This is All that is known of the matter and All that is Likely to be known but if the Young Man can Rad English and this statement should meet Hie Eye Benefit and not injury a result from our having made the incident Publio a we Law of emf wat to a Dorca following admirable production delivered before a company of Volunteer sol Diere airing our Revo Utie oar a struggle upon the eve of their going Forth to glorious War was calculated to inspire them with herculean eur Earth Aad courage mine friends Van firm Yoo Ciao Bare 70a wan poor end now Fraade Yoo in Pink 1 Aad Ous if Otten m your Aai corns Aad a site Yeo Lika a dog a upon a Hof Spaek soar Oil Ai aade lot a dalt Yoa Dia a Man to a usaa if Tei Oao bigger to air daa. Vaa Tottis vant out to Gooliak Boidock a Shiflar a id bin Bat Oak Aliaf ask Tako am awl a if Aado it we Nota Rani Ilia a for a Brandy Aliaf to it a a t Al audio Vid a Lek now Viary tiek Ven Goi Mii of a in Tofu a a Taf. Soft Yoa la la Day pm aaa radial Dopa you oif Tami i tha Pinla of tha it Aad to boat of of air Taeed Maya i you a tha a Tea Faaoi Lavaye Wii car few Kaai it �a�iit4lmolra�if� Ali a Maria a wait has Aai tiffan Abaiy Iun a a a a Hie Aksi a a Diana it Camloh. Aad Kaoo fall Liln a is it Fetah Eai Lead a Wita eid took Youab s Ewort in data a tia pm feb a a a Paf of ratio afo eat my Gottoli. A mow same Irwi Meta my Jim Ite Tot by my a i fat a Mirn ii1mi a Mil i 1 my of 41 he Tim it Padt m of m All that he wished below. From mortal Man was Given what Earth could not bestow is granted him in heaven for fed by Freedom s hand. He grew from infancy. The mightiest of the land his Cradle Libbett. The Sunshine on the Plains the cattle on the Hills. The heart that now complains. The bosom that now thrills. The joyous things of Earth. The morn the noon the even All testified his Worth As it is known in heaven. He prayed but to survive to see that blessed Day. And god said let my live and death then passed away and strengthened soothed sustained by that of mysterious Power he never More complained but mended from that hour. His Faith had Power to cause i hat which was not to be and baffled nature s Laws and flattered destiny. His soul was in the Faith of living anchored fast and then he bowed to death the time to wished was past. He saw the Fields of Blies spread out before Hie eyes a brighter world than this the heavenly Paradise and Prophet like be stood upon the mount of time and saw beyond the flood. Eternity Sublime he went not Down As one that knew mortality. But set As sets the Sun upon the far off sea. And though Bis lips Are mute his Eagle Eye is dim he hears not thy Salute we have the of him. The hand of god above led him along the Way. Of never dying love. To Ever lasting Day. Bright As the eternal Sun. The lord of heaven shall be the race that thou Bast run. Through All eternity. Then shout for him no More. Cease now your revelry for who can Hail that Shore which Bounds eternity \ for in that far off land. Beyond the reach of thought. He joins the Patriot band who first for Freedom fought. Para Tauvaa Quot Danng my Euy at so Retora Barb Quot Days or. Baunta Thompk it Wing Ain Falar Etoi Wae Epol Ifaf to i Viag oot Anad at thie place two Goat Looma bad Oon Bactad a but tar Aad Ena Rity afar Staach other. A Nerva of of Oak Happa nod to die wee Briod Wabin 24 Boaro after t Bori a in a custom whoa the Olhorn to Hie adversary b achoo if him of the Marder of this nun. To give color to this accusations by some of Bis coat a dental Teri rants he pro Eldad Nur the Cor me in order to in Flat Marks of. View to upon it. The body was removed from the Coabe am held of act that it might undergo a Evete flogging who to the astonishment and dismay of the party after a few blows had been inflicted animation retarded and the affrighted resurrection men ran off with the utmost precipitation. The Corpse at length recovering its animation was Able to move off in its shroud and regain its master s a ablution which it entered to the great terror of Ito inhabitants. At length however his reality becoming certain they were re it Felt sure and the supposed ghost communicated All that he could remember of the state he had been in which was that Hie senses had not left him notwithstanding he bad Felt so cold and torpid As to be incapable of speech or motion till the blows had restored him. This led to the detection of the diabolical plan against Bis master s life and sub Spiro at . A of Cam and was once rather embarrassed by an occurrence in his congregation. An insane Man who had re. Cei Ved a Public education and was strongly attached to the doctor had observed in the Forenoon of a warm summer Sabbath that several of the congregation slept in the time of Sermon. To prevent the recurrence of the evil in the afternoon be maniac having filled his bosom with windfalls from a neighbouring Orchard posted himself in a convenient station in the Side gallery the front gallery being occupied by the College students. Presently after the service commenced he observed one asleep and gently disengaged his hand from his bosom he aimed its contents at the head of the Sleeper. This occasioned some disturbance but when it subsided a second Sleeper s head was pelted with an a pole. The preacher observing the occasion of the disturbance requested his insane Friend to desist. Or. A said the maniac Quot mind your preaching and i will keep the dogs it will scarcely need to be remarked that for some time there was less inclination to sleep in the audience than usual. Zoar in Ohio was settled by a company of germans who put their property into common Stock with a patriarch at their head. They came Over and purchased the township about 1820. One of the conditions of the compact was that no on of the associates should marry until their affairs bad arrived at such s state of maturity that the patriarch should think it expedient to remove the Rem Raint. In the space of fifteen years they had built a town cultivated gardens and Fields erected a Church Mills amp a. Of school houses they had no need for there was not a child in the town. A gentleman who spent a Sabbath with them in 1834, says the patriarch then about seventy years of age read a portion of the Bible and then delivered an address in German of course. The music was very Fine and accompanied with All sorts of instruments. The company consisted of about two Hundred and fifty men and still larger number of women. There was no reason to doubt that the agreement of celibacy had been faithfully kept but about a year afterwards the patriarch removed the restraint and was one of the first to use the Liberty be had . Com. A Sailor 8 of the seamen of the ship Exchange just arrived at this port relates of himself rather a singular adventure. About eighteen Mont a ago he left Boston in the u. S. Ship of the line Ohio and continued in her till last August whilst that ship was cruising in the grecian archipelago be fell overboard during a night watch rom her main chains and some evolution being performed on Board at the time he was not missed until the watch was mustered two hours afterwards. The ship kept on her stately course and left him to contend with the elements and to link or swim As might be his Fate. Three or four hours afterwards be was picked up by a Small greek Brig bound to Gallipoli. At that place be could not Iod the american Consul and was persuaded by the engl Iab Consul to whom he told his Story to enter on Board the English Fleet then lying off Gallipoli. Being entirely destitute with scarcely a rag of clothes upon Bis person be was about to agree to the Piovosi Tion but subsequently escaped in a maltese Felucca and went to constantinople where he entered 00 Board a dutch vessel bound to Antwerp. This vessel put into Gibraltar and there he saw Onee More his old ship Ohio which he had left to unc Renoni Osly some months before. He now anxiously do sir to join her again and in treated tho aia Ater of the dutch Vostel to allow him to go on mid or to Send Homo notice to her of Hie where boat to dutchman being Short banded would Enir bin to do Leithor and he finally had the mortify cation to to Gallant Ohio depart again without Huiai. At Antwerp to gave bime Elf Nuto the Amor Isaac Iol who step plaid him with c ohm and Eathin 00 Board the Exchange for passage a Post. That Voe Aai went from Antwerp to Gadian and bae Jaet a Tivod in Beeton. Thoet a Fht a ont be after fit line ovoid from tho Ohio and after to Lagaay a Almuta pm Arae Boa Aow a Lely arrived at a a vary pact Fra which to Sailor a year and a half a for the Walmac e mama in Charlee Smith. A Lapo him food Torday at tho Navy Tard to comm doff Marmai by whisk act Hairim n a ati in Taal Hia Jan Vilbry 4ha Arbola Lii a of thai a infamy Creme. To by it ,.� a a pm i wimp Naoa Abaft Wanoa a Neil prot Maary to Ink Elt i Bif ilbo Yoany Toraa am of too nest oif Fajr of a of important dboisior?a decision was Given in a Case before Jud Stroud of the District court which is of considerable interest to livery stable keepers and others who transact business on the Sabbath. The suit was brought by we. 8. Berrill against several a Bung men to recover damages for the loss of one horse and severe injury done to another caused by their having been driven to excess by the defendant on a party of pleasure some months since on sunday. The judge ordered a non suit to be entered on the ground that a contract made either on sunday or on any other Day for the performance of work of the Sabbath was not Legal and therefore the plaintiff could not make out his Case. Paid. Ledger. Hints to Mechanic by when you Are obliged to obtain credit for your Stock to very careful to whom you apply As a creditor who is himself in the screws Quot May ruin you. Never get credit for Small sums nor or any sum in different places a better owe what Yon Are obliged to at one place and to one a an. Every Man to whip you owe five dollars will trouble you As much if not More than the one to whom you owe to Hundred. It is easier to satisfy one Roan than Twenty. Give to your a customers Only Short credits and when it has expired collect prom Faly. Be Dilimetin your Buai Bess faithful to your word moderate in Yoor expenditures temperate in your habits just in your dealing of moral in your principles a get Marrim to a Good girls and you May defy lawyers sheriff is Duns prisons and the Blue devils. Impo tart dibcovbbt?capt. Chauncey treat of last Hartford has discovered a con plote remedy against the ravages of the canker Woi my imply by encircling the Apple tree the surface of to g Road with scotch snuff. The writer of Tbs article oae examined the Trees on a Captain tia at e premises and found the Circle of Naff completely fringed with thousands of dead Worms. Trees Wera All tarred and where the Anuff we need no Worms a it pea red on the tar and where the snuff waa omitted the insects nearly covered the tar. A Zooa scntiaaiit?a True gentleman can never indulge resent a Nat a Lemala. All vindictive filings or proceed Page towards tho weaker sex Are Haworth for Anparo Doama tha a Tammy that is allo Wabia whoa in if Taai the Ian Iatha atom exposition of Teilh Aiso Ompa a a cai?��4 Iwatiw Leei Giwoo or Fon Oiada forh9ai Ai or Aam in Aop patently Pilk up Daf Simca. Sanaa ii am Oyt my vat Wpm a to a gift Mim Rora Val his new did social Economy of a seb life. A Hiva Eoa Aista of tho aeon or Mother Boa the workers varying in Nom bore from 10,000 to�,001�, or , and the males 4>r drone Moa 700�i double that number. The Queen is the Parent of to Hilo and her Solo proving Law occupation Cooee to a Laytn the ago from Whiteh originated the pro Digiose Natt Itoda Todl pop Ion Almute and it Asiaf umm of. In the height of tho Aeau a a her in i a urn by astonish my As she Lay Aoa fear than aim Kong Par Dayes a even More whoa tha Eearon a Partie Early warm Aad genial and Flowers ate Abund Aati and this laying continues though at Agrada Auy diminishing rate till the approach of Ltd old weather in october. An opinion has been enter tailed that tho oooo to followed in her Progreso through tho Alvo by a Arak Ber of Ber subject formed in a Circle Lou Adhar Aad these of coarse have been regarded a Tjw a body guards. The truth is however that her Boa majesty has no attendants strictly speaking but wherever she moves the workers whom she Eno Oan ters in her Progress in subtly and hurriedly Clear the Way before her and All turning their Heads toward their approaching Sovereign lavish their Caressee upon her with much apparent afoot Ion Aad touch her softly Wuh their a Tenne and these Cire Meun cos which May be observed every hour in the Day. Have Given Rise to the idea of guards. On one occasion we gave her subjects an Opportunity of testifying their courage in her defence As Well As their affection and Zeal. Observing her laying her egg in the comb next to the Guss of the hive to Gen but quickly opened the pane and endeavoured to a Eize her. But As soon As the removal of the Glass of lord de room a while shut it was almost in Contact with her Back a and before we Coald accomplish our or pose they threw their bodies upon her to the num Ber of at least a Hundred and formed a Cone Over her of such magnitude that be could not be less tbsp two inches Distant from any part of the surface. A dispersed the mass with our Finger and got hold of her precious person and kept looking at her for a Omo minutes before we restored the captive to her alarmed defenders. It is remarkable that this violence was not resented by them though they coursed Over our hands in scores while we kept hold of their mistress not one individual used its sting. The All engrossing object was the Queen. The Mutual aversion of Queens is a striking fear Ture in the natural history of this insect. Their Mutual enmity May be said to be an inborn disposition with them for no Coooer has the first of the race of a hive about to throw off a second swarm Seap from her own Cradle than she hurried Kwayin search of her rivals and exerts herself with the utmost eagerness to destroy them. The workers to the number of 10,000, 20,000, and even 30,000, constitute the great mass of the population and on them devolve the whole labors for the establishment. Theirs is the office of searching for and collecting the precious fluid which not Only furnishes their daily food As Well As that of their Young and the surplus of which is Laid up for win ter stores but also the materials from which the rear their Beautiful Combs. In the Little Basket shaped cavity of their Hind legs they bring to meth pollen or Farinace Ous Dost of Flowers kneaded by tho help of the morning Dew into tiny balls which Formi an important Ingre it in the nourishment of Ted Brood and also the propolis or adhesive gum extracted front Willows dee., with which Uliey at Roll their Combs to the upper part and sides of the a few and Stop every Crevice that might admit the Winter a cold. The natural term of the worker s existence does not extend we think beyond six or eight months it is the opinion of or. Bevan that All the been brought into existence at the Queen s great laying in Spring die before Winter. But Many never reads that period. Showers of rain violent blasts of wind Sadden changes in the atmosphere destroy them hundreds. In the Clear cold mornings and evening of autumn their eagerness for foraging entices then abroad Early and late when lighting on the ground Many Are chilled and quickly perish. And is they escape the blighting atmosphere at the close of autumn a Bright Sunshine in a Winter Day when the ground perhaps is covered with Snow bring them abroad in multitude and the half of them never co turn. The a Ole office of the Malej or at least the primary one is to pair with the Queeni. He in the father of their hive. Indolent and Lul orious he take part in the internal operations of the Domicil and never leaves it with a View of sharing in the Labore of the Field. When he does venture abroad it in Only in the Fleet weather and during the warm6�t part of the Day. Ito is easily distinguished few it a tha worst Era by his Huger site by his heavy motion in flight and by his Load hamming sound. His life Ialy Short. Extremely is Novala Batter a to the Nathaa or a oatb?tbe Nenagh Gardian in a report of an examination of a woman named Allen Kenedy at the Nenagh Petty Smy Ion gives the following questions and answers a Captain Leyne having heard her charge asked Quot a Good woman do Yoa know the nature of a witness i do. Captain l?what would happen to Yoa if Yoo took a false oath 1 Witny a a a i would Ion a my Bapt Lim for to oms beach�? that All i Vibat happen to my if i took a Falee oath witness of f suppose you d to Dao Imd a Aid a creditor a Adja a Oring to collect a Bill a a Caa Yoa nut a out 9 liar when Yoa Wilbe ready to mar it Quot Quot now nor Dea of cup dont a a i to Tauoa Odt questions. Call to lil a a it aunt Tiari Quot Call to Morro sir 1 Bavy Kallod on Fra every do for the last eighteen no the Quot persevere Retreta. My d Verance to the i poet Vata Ablo of my Daar fellow a edit car Perca a lion Lei iria at i , reseat to a lib Frt Soh a a i Quot la the a be Tami Ai avast where it to and my

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