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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - November 18, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana A hmm of to to a Ltd it a a a Ai t a a i a i i i j he Pitili sized a veiny wednesday spa King with Tab res Doii of a maw hims la Rase to am a Biti my re re bpm big by 6eorob Gap hike volume haute Tigro county Indiana november 18, 184� no Mph 4 tie Wabash enquirer it in Blued Ery of Elt Ine Daft office on ath Between of Aback and Ohio to tree direct ii East of the court Houte. Terms. Two dollars per annul. In Advance. One Dollar will be received for eix Monthe and fitly cent for three inuit lib. Five dollars in Advance will pay for three years i f for thre. Pay Nib for one year. A new clubs for this paper when All Are sent to one address it will be furnished As follows fur6copies one year for 12 copies Quot Iio,0< for 20 it copies3t .0t� for 4t� copies Quot 60.�tu and my the Basie proportion for a greater number l lie Carh always to be paid in Advance. inserted three times at one dour a Square 8 lines to be continued at the Rote of 23 cents per Square weekly. Unless the number of Lupert ions be marked on the menu script when handed a it will be continued till ordered out and accordingly. published by the Quarter or Long Chalk which bore in or. Doubleday a Well known Marks come Quick Fanny and bring the Granny for mrs. Double Day s in trouble. And the next intelligence was of a Fine new pair of lungs at that hitherto silent mansion. I called very Oon after to take a Peep at the Quot latest find i Quot and if the suppressed Delight of the new papa was a treat How much More was the softened aspect the romanized tone of the proud and Happy Mother. I never saw a being so completely transformed. She almost forget to answer me in her absorbed watching of the breath of the Little Sleeper. Even when trying to be polite and to say what the occasion demanded her eyes would not be withdrawn from the tiny Iarion on the Ever new theme of Quot babies Quot we nut of the question. Whatever we began upon whirled round Tooner or later to the one Point. The i Elt la it i May tremble but it turns not with less constancy to the pole. As i p is for an Oracle in the matter of paps and Popiw Elg i had frequent communication with Ray now Hai i y neighbor who had forgotten to scold her husband Learned to let Betsey have time to eat and omitted the nightly Couri Natif the floor lest so much Dpi hipness might be had for the baby. We were in or will Bechar cd a a a Quot quote for six months. Morning on some important or f 10 a year. Merchants druggist to. And others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares $15,5<t fur three squares $20 for Quarter of a column of 21kxi Ems. $2 it half a column three Fourt Lis of a column $63 for a Olumn $1. A year. authorised by statute Mut Lepaul tor in Advance. \dverti6einents coming from abroad must be acc 1. D Wall , ordered for Public. To ii my a brother publisher. Inuit be paid. Us 8 Ince of boil rowing. Neither a Borrower nor a Lender be for loan Oft loses itself and Friend and borrowing Dull the Edge of husbandry rail let. A wants to pet your sifter Quot said Miks Lan lit h Young lady of six years Sta tiding at to red ill a filtered Calico thicker if with dirt her . It Lack to tra gling from under that hideous sub Point tii Ching the Well being of this sole object of a mrs. Double Days s thoughts and dreams when the very same Little Lanthe Howard dirty As Ever pre Felt Iii Eil herself. She sat Down and stared awhile without speaking a / ordinaries and then informed us that her Mother Quot wanted miss Doubleday to let her have the baby for a Little while cause Benny s Mouth s so sore she had no time Tofin Lih the sentence. my bad 1 Quot a and her utterance failed. Tilt now Mother s feel Tigs were fortunately to it o big r speech and Lanthe widely disappeared before met. Doi Bleday found her Tongue. Philo who entered on the instant burst into one of his ele Cinfy Iii Auglis with Quot ask my Polly to lend her Dolly Quot a and i could not help thinking that one must come Quot a to to Quot in order to learn a Little of every thing. Tic identical Glass tube which i offered mrs. How aril As a substitute for mrs. Doubleday s baby and which i had already frail As it is threaded the Stuie for a to net to Universal in the we Tern coun co entry f it a in All directions is even As 1 write. Try a dirty Cotton handkerchief and perhaps a pair i f old gloves More Kolier than right conf which Are and Nav seem for All sorts and kinds of pure secs. A a Mother in ants your sifter and Kivic Hays Ehe gues you Iet her have some Eugar and Tea cause \ a 11 Quot be t l t ple this 1 excellent Reaton. Quot cause you be got plenty Quot la Piiru in Veas to the sharing with your neighbors. In i. F or cide into my Logan with nothing will tie mar to. Oritor his condition but to to Hun that wit ii Linin any thing like an appearance of ii Iii ii it fit it. Lie Ihrer of Money or Mere household ii it a. Id have them and not be willing to re of in fee tort with the whole Community is a i Iii Bardi Frabk crime. You Inlet lend Jour n demand a than of i horseback comes from somewhere near Dai Forth s and asks in mysterious whispers for but i shall not Tell what he Calls it. The Readi r must conic to Michigan. Quot the last of the Egypt 1 believe in 1814, assembled whole corps of mameluke As if for a feast and have it secured ail egress except a Steep and precipitous descent Over the sides of the Elevation i the plate Kirin of the Citadel he destroyed them by Cannon and musketry. They came accords to custom in their richest costume with arms and bearing with them their Well Ali. At a signal Given by the Pacha Short yarns. The 1824, b9uod from Spain to Havana i had armed my ship Well As the papers of the Day were teeming with accounts of the but Cheries committed on Board of our defenceless merchantmen by their pirates Aboyd the West end of Coba. Off the ii it be of Pines i fell in with one of the villains a Litte Ballyhoo with three Sais okie Pivot gun and a Strong Crew. The cowardly scoundrel soon discovered that i did not fear Hora nor had i need for with four 18 la. Carro Nades a Crew of 20 men and officers with Small arms sufficient fur them and moreover 30 Young catalan adventurers As passengers 1 rather wished than feared to get him with to my Grannel s reach. Well be dogged me night and Day first on one Quarter then on the other Bow he could out sail my heavy loaded ship under his lug Foresaid for fifty hours the wired being extremely Light. He would sheer up sometimes within gun shot and there Lay fur hours watching every movement on Board my ship and then haul off Aga. On the inborn org of the third Day having been Arivel behind Cape Corn entes during the night by a set off current in Shore in rounding the Point of the Cape at Daylight with a fresh Breeze the first we had since we fell in with him there he Lay under the West Side of the Cape waiting for us. Harassed and vexed with loss of rest for two nights and my officers and Crew in the same spirits t called up the catalans and cleared for action As we cleared the Point of the Cape 1 set the top Gallant sails and flying Jib and hauled up in Chase of him. The fellow s doubts seemed now to be settled and he had made up his mind that there were More Iron balls than Gold chains to be got alongside of us so he up Jib and Mainsail and hauled Sharp out to the southward across my bows. To Chase him would have been whistling to Windward so we sent him our compliments in an eighteen Pound shot and bid him Good morning. This Little incident had together with loss of rest created a kind of general Quot Alerta Quot a a ready for any thinness on Board and being in the very Quot Waters Quot of the pirates a Good look out was kept. We rounded Cape Antonio during the fore part of the Day with a stiff Breeze and in the afternoon Wilile hauling up round the Colorado the cry of Quot sail to Quot from the look out at the Mast head called an officer with a Glass immediately into the fore top. Quot tis a wreck sir on the reefs a ship partly on her beam ends with her fore and main Topmast and Mize Mast on reaching the Toj myself i found As the mate reported a ship on the reef heeling Over with her fore and mainmast and a slump of her Inize Mast standing. Quot some of the work of the pirate sir Quot said the mate. Quot no doubt no doubt and we will Lake a Good look at j the wind was at s. E., a Fine Breeze off the reef the Pacha of he wreck was on the weather Bow so i hauled up together the a couple of Points so As to Range along the reef and Quot a near the wreck. The afternoon was Tine but there was a fresh Trade wind accompanied As it often is near the land by a thin Light Inaze producing the refraction called by sailors loading. As we Drew near the wreck there appeared to be something in her weather lore rigging but what it was we could not make out. At length As we fetched up abreast. From the jew world. Prairie song. I have been to the we Stdio Prairie land and the spirit of Beauty wms there i saw heir form in the wild Flower a Eup i heard her Sweet voice in the air. She smiled in the sunlight she Sig tied in the Gale 8bo wept in the slower she blushed to the Vale. O or the far spreading Meadows Ber Robe floated free and Ber song echoed softly from Forest and Lea wherever i roved Over Prairie or Bill the spirit of Beauty would follow me still. I have been to the Lovely Prairie lands. And the spirit of kindness was there i marked the Bright smile on his Broad honest face i heard his glad voice in the air cordial and free wore his tools of glee a he welcomed the Stran a and proffered e share of his lowly roof and hire Temple fare and the Pilgrim Felt what worthless things were the Pride of Power and pomp of King. When weighed with the honest and heartier Joy which reigned in the hut of the Quot Prairie i have been to the merry Prairie lands and the spirit of frolic was there i saw his queer Phil Issue Forth from the Woods i Board his glad voice to the air joyous and loud was the Strain he Sung. And from Forest and Meadow a Welcome rung he loves the log Cabins and Humble Plains. And lingers not in the proud domains. Should Shakespeare Rise in this modern age. He might win a droll scene from a Prairie Page i have been to the glorious Prairie lands. And the spirit of Freedom was there i s1w her proud form stalking o or the Broad Plains i heard her Rich voice in the air careless and free were the notes she breathed. And the Quot Prairie boys Quot loved the song she wreathed she taught them to spurn the tyrant. Gold when he raved of his spell words bought and sold and they Flung off the Fetters of fashion and care and tracked her Steps to the wild Deer s Lair. Then Hail to the Beautiful Prairie lands let the Active and Young gather there. And to All the Brave yeomen and bold pioneers let us waft Forth a godspeed and prayer. A. Death burst Forth up Nall sides. Crossing and in baht Hor a to a i que cd toil to go ten Miles Over Hill Flading batteries poured Forth their flames and Iron and . In the darkest night for a doctor or your and men and horses were at once sweltering in their Tei Iii to to Ivr Twenty after a Quot Gal Quot your wheel blood. Many precipitated themselves from the sum hurry u. Yet air of Hovel your utensils of All sorts be Mit of the Citadel and were destroyed in the abyss. 1. in t to yourself but to the Public who do i to however recovered themselves. At the first r of 111 tik it necessary even to ask a loan but take it Shock of the comic lesion both horses and riders were for Yurii Iitto. The two saddles of Montante spend stunned they trembled for an instant like Sequestri most of their time travelling from House to House a i an riders shaken by an earthquake and then darted a snack and i have known a stray Martingale to off with the rapidity of lightning they passed the he Iii Ltd to our dwellings two Miles apart having nearest Gate which fortunately was not closed and by t n Krit Iron to another without a word to the pro Krietor who sat waiting not very Paiit i Iii to cd Mience a journey. L Lien Witlin doors an inventory of your own ple Iii Lii Rig of All forts would scarcely More than in it i tide till Untules which you Are solicited to lend. It oily Are All Kitchen it Tsiu a much your neigh to i i of l or own but bed to ids by of blankets . Travel from House to Houie a pleasant and exec Ual Nii of of securing the perpetuity of certain of flip rest edit peculiarity Les the Ken for we Iii Michigan a becoming Ali out a a famous the land Quot twill Mai it i Kirk and John o ii Roats Quot sieves Sini Lohing or rather a Little to the North East of the Point where the wreck Lay and opened her Well Clear of the Point of Cape Antonio to that the whole outline of her Hull spars and rigging were thrown out in Relief against the Southern horizon the mate shouted out after taking a Long and absorbing look with his Glass a Quot men by god sir men one two three fourteen men the ship s Crew sir in the shrouds Quot on examining with Why Glass i found in effect that such was the Case and counted fourteen men apparently crouching Down on the rat lines of the fore shrouds about half Way below the top. Quot we must save them sir at All hazards. Or. A slay you in the top Wah your Glass and look found themselves out of Cario. One of the fugitives took tic Road Elaish the other darted up the mountains the pursuers divided one half following. _ i closer and at the same it was a fearful thing the race for life and death j to Quot be or the cursed Pic cartoons in Case any of them the steeds of the desert Loose upon the Mountain should heave in sight while we Are engaged getting bounded from Rock to Rock forded torrents now along these poor Fellows off the wreck and mind they Don t the of . Three limes the horse of catch us napping Quot one m tii Seluke fell breathless three times hearing the tramp of pursuers be arose and renewed his flight. He fell at length not to Rise again. His Mast r exhibited a touching instance of reciprocal Fidelity int term a of gliding Down the Roka into some in Ltd. Ai d churns run about As if they hid legs one defile or gaming a Peak inaccessible to cavalry he his e Kettle if enough for a whole neighbourhood m it 1 Ltd old Point to tie Cradle which has picked half it a i.�bi�-. Ii. Morita cite. For my own Pirt. 1 have Lent my Bro Iii by thread my tape my spoons my i Hanible. Niy a cifors my shawl my s Loes and even ii y Iii it i and have been a ked f t my pm by and Roll or mild my husband fur his shaving apparatus a 1 i la Niit loons. Jul i heart Rainof the joke lies in the manner of tin thing. It is so Strung he Forward and honest r a it ii of Ymir hypocritical civility Nind Servile gratitude \ cur True Kepu Licari when he fir ids the it you a it of Miry thing which would coi tribute to his Corive i e a a i ilk Iii with Quot Are you going to use your Hor Dai Quot Llu r or happen to tie the thing he seated Hoseit by the Side of his coarser threw the bridle Over his Arm and awaited the arrival of his executioners. They came up and he fell beneath a score of Sabre without a motion of . A word of , or a prayer for mercy. The other Marii hike in re fortunate than his companion tra verse 111 a Sli. Gamed the desert escaped unhurt and in time where at a latter Date i had the pleasure to see Quot Aye. Aye on reaching the deck i had the boats cleared away and arms placed in them to prevent Surprise should any of the pirates be hanging about the wreck. Quot them men appear to be lashed in the rigging All in one position Quot called or. D from the for top. We were now driving in within about three Miles of the wreck when a Sharp alarming cry from or. A of Quot rocks ahead sir a dry rocks close on Board 1&Quot forced me to Bear up instantly. Just at this moment a Light Squall of rain one of those Light bal beguine the governor of Quot Jerusalem by showers so Well known to sailors among the Vost indies that comes from the Shore in the eve him ii last and Only rein Nail of that redoubtable corps Vohu i thirty years before rivalled in courage Ali Frh not in Fortune the elite of Napoleon s army. A Dumas. A t l b Bly wait them ii w Uit them�?1 was thinking to nil i a re my a Art de Conie within the but to k Man Anu Tui the the i Dit Moon John front of Sandal went tooling Home about two o clock in the morning somewhat Giddy in the upper Story. Tibby his better half of course h id retired to Roost. Jonny not being pleased at this Sal Down before the fire in a pet and fell fast Asci a. In about an hour s Lime he awoke and Lound imn Ell All in the Park except a Small set tick of Lilit which he took to be the remains of the it Isicc Bright fire. After feeling about a Short Lime he found the Bellows the pipe of which he put in the Keyhole of the door taking it for the fire grate and commenced blowing with All his might. Tibby get Forno butter that Ere Barton this Mornin Quot a ii. To Gulden store to be repaid Vav Iii mgt a cheesy Greasy stuff brought in am i. W Fth. Quot Here s your Butler Quot \ Gir. Came Iii to borrow a Quot Wash dish Quot Quot because a. Quot be got presently she came Back a on lit Aring a strange noise hastened Down stairs to ii. I tier say you forgot to Send a eee what was amiss and on seeing her husband be a a i lie ten and Ink and a Sheet o paper and a Wand the door Quot exclaimed Johnny Weliver is to Fer Quot is no unusual request and when the pen is doing Quot who Quot responded Johnny in a surly tone returned you Are generally informed that you sent Quot am Blain t the fire up to be sure can t be Sael Quot Rin awful and ? Quot wha wot a stupid Ninny Hammer that is its nowt i have been frequently reminded of one of John but the Shadow o the Moon Thart Blawn at Gie o or s Hin Roizis sketches. A Man returning a Bro and cum to bed i ihi.�?,yeoca$lu paper. Ken wheel Barrow to a Quaker with Quot Here i be i broke your Rotten where Barrow usin on t. I wish tue is to animal More inoffensive ship has had Good pilots to get where be is sir we Yizhi d gel it mended right off cause 1 want to Bor Thau the Toad. As a protector of Young Garden Are close on Board of the dry rocks and Ehe is full Row it again this afternoon. The Quaker la made vegetables from Worms his services Are invaluable two Miles in Shore of us no doubt sir those to reply. Quot Friend it shall be done Quot and 1 wish i i a neighbor of ours gathers All these animals about that wrecked her there Are better pilots a these Kos tossed More of his spirit. His Garden and builds temporary Burrows to which latitudes than you or i. But How is this sir i coast Quot but 1 did not intend to write a chapter on i vol they May retire for Protection under a hoi Sun. The but men Quot Trae sir True eth most Antarr Loans i have a Story to Tell. Load goes Forth in the Shade of evening or when one of my Best neighbors is or. Philo double Clouds cover the Sun and so exceedingly Quick is Day a Long awkard honest hard working Maine he in Bis out rations that the Eye can scarcely de Man or Mai note j suppose one might say so Good i text him when he pounces upon his prey. It is natured that be might be mistaken for a Simpleton said that the Toad if protected near a cabbage Gar Ning with a charge of doors such As bring with them an involuntary regret that we also Are not creatures of the land made the wind veer to the East and headed us off. I Hove the ship to to allow the Shower to pass to Leeward and during this interval Wane of an old spaniard passenger and owner of a Large part of inti cargo whom the cry of rocks had alarmed came up to me and with the usual pompous prelude when he wanted to be impressive began Quot Senor Captain server cd. Amp a. You Are running your ship and my goods into danger not covered by your he made me angry a Vaya cd. A us Quarto Senor Don Diablo y deja cd. De meters con an Etas Agena Quot a and i sent the old Cost Perciante to Hia state room with the Assurance that 1 would save the men from the wreck at the peril of leaving my own ship with his precious carcass Pipas de Vina y Tado in Board alongside other. By this time the Squall was Over and i again hauled in fur the reef but the wind had died away with the rain and before we could get near enough in to despatch the boats the approach of night warned Lue of the dangerous proximity of the reef and decided me to haul off and give up the attempt until the next to filing. D. Had resumed his station in the fore top. That from the at. O. Picayune. To a Cigar. Why in trouble and strife should we waste away life. When tis better and Wiser by far. Just to Cut with despair snap your fingers at care. Drink a Julep and smoke a Cigar see the Soldier for Fame Wade thro Slaughter and flame if he lives Why he gains but a scar a All the smoke and the fire i could Ever Admire. Is a peaceful and pleasant Cigar for i can t see the joke in the fury and smoke and the blood letting horrors of War my Delight is the Charm that blows nobody harm tis a quiet Havana Cigar we May worry and fret rank and riches to get. Making life a continual Jar a a rank and riches i la give. And most happily live. With a Friend Aud a quiet Cigar fur no Man knows the Day when his life shall decay. Like a Short lived and vanishing Star like the leaves we must pass into nothing alas a Man himself a a Little Cigar. Khazma. Treat mint of Hohes. The first thing tut the Gro zip or generally does when Henri a fairs i to is to take the bucket and Brush and a Irish the Alejj Iho Ghlyn this is a very miss Bielous practice Wijt Ell i he and very Haie ardous if ther0 is a Large Bush out of the fetlock. A Well i Don t know i be cleaned no a horse these Twenty years and none of eth Ever took a a Herm such was the reply Fai old Coachman to my the other Day when i read this remark to him and the remark May perfectly True for animals like men will Oil a get so accustomed to imprudent and pernicious habits that he a become comparatively Harlem Hyt i went on to ask the old Coachman about cracked heels swelled legs sore patterns and such complaints and i found he was i in a Milia with them and Well versed in their treatment. Why my Friend i observed a How came you to be so knowing in such cases 1 , 1 could n t be a Coachman Twenty years and not know How to Deal with a sore leg then a have seen Many nurses under your care Many sir a hundreds i May Well say. A and did it never once occur to Upu that they might come from washing the dirty legs of a heated horse v he scratched his head looked wondrously and sheepishly replied Well to think i should have worked Man and boy in the stable for near forty years come next Martin Mas and Neer have thought Afore a Ouide to ter vice the Groom. Deputy sheriff Cloman was killed near Bayou Mason la., a few Days since while attempting to arrest a negro stealer named Laverty. Cloman upon approaching the House where Laverty was commanded him to surrender. Laverty asked Cloman if he intended to shoot him. Cloman replied that unless be surrendered he most certainly would. At this instant they both raised their guns and fired so nearly together that the difference could scarcely be distinguished. Cloman was shot with a double barrelled Sho gun and fell dead on the spot one Buck shot entering his Throat another his Chin and twelve just below the nose. Laverty was shot with two Rifle balls both entering the left Side one just below the nipple and the other about two inches to the right a Little above. He did not fall but grasped his gun with desperate firmness and attempted to cock the other barrel. He was then fired on by Cloman s companion who missing him rushed Forward and knocked him Down with the butt of his gun. At this instant another of the Sherifi a party came up and placing the muzzle of his gun against Laverty s head fired scattering his brains Over the Yard. The neighbors soon assembled under a great Deal of excitement a Hole was dug in the Earth and Laverty boots hat and All was pitched in and covered up. Dekadt Al few evenings since says the Mercer penn., luminary or. John Douglass of new Bedford in Mercer county was married to a Young lady a daughter of or. Hyde of Vernon Ohio and on the following afternoon just before leaving for this place his brother in Law asked or. D. To look at a Young horse he had purchased and while leading it towards the House with a Halter round its neck his wife came out and remarked that she could ride it. He took bold of Ber As though he was going to put her on its Back at which it took fright and running close by another horse the lat a ter kicked him on the Back which knocked him Down and the Halter becoming fastened round Bis hand he was drawn Over a pile of Wood and then for the distance of fifteen or Twenty rods the horse at full Speed until they reached a Cross Fence when the Side of his head struck the Corner of a panel of the Fence fracturing his Skull in a most shocking manner and striking with such Force As to move the rails several feet and the sudden halt throwing the horse Flat upon the ground. His leg was also broken and dreadfully mangled either when he struck the Fence or by coming in Contact with something on the Way. Or. Douglass lingered until saturday morning at times showing signs of sensibility and occasionally uttering a few words when be expired. But that tie must be by Toee that do not know Hilo. He is quite an old settler came in four years ago bringing with him a wife who is to him As vinegar bottle to Oil cruet or As Mustard to the sugar which is used to Mizien its biting qualities. Mrs. Double Day has the sharpest eyes the sharpest nose the a Harpest Tongue the sharpest elbows and above All the sharpest voice that Ever Quot penetrated the Inte fior Quot of Michigan. She has a Ull straight Bony Fig Ore in Coiner somewhat resembling two hard of a planks Iam ened together aed stood on end end strange to say Shu was full five and thirty when Ber mature Grace attracted the Eye and won the of of Timis of the worthy Philo. Whet eclipse had Eony Over or. Doable Dav s usual sagacity when he Mae choir of his Polly i am sure i never could guess byte is certainly the Only Man in the wide world who ovum possibly have lived with Ber and a am Cee her a most excellent husband. 1 Wes eating one Merenf with my neighbor mrs. Jenkins who is a sister of or. Doubleday. When Pat any. Are. Dou hey s Quot hired girl Quot came in with of 9ttk� he Englee of Phito s Handiwork in her head. Den will entirely Clear this vegetable of the lice which Are sometimes so troublesome. A late London journal tells a pretty Good Story of a foolish and illiterate fellow who placed himself under the care of a surgeon for the treatment of a sore leg among other remedies a dose of physic was suggested but the patient obstinately rejected the pro a of Ilion saying Quot not no physic forme. There is uie legs that s your Job and do with it As you please but this striking his stomach this is a Imp and no physic enters Here i Promise Laar or tub Mambo to i Mboob the grand Large painted wheel of the grand no estate Humbug lottery was opened yesterday end All the nicely folded numbers thrown to the winds. Little niggers picked some of them up with a Yaw Yaw Yaw Dere dece s de a act number wot was to draw Ile a Cade White Foika paid Twenty Dollar dirt. Got sucked in. In now did a Hil got it for coffin. Takes de Nigga Yaw jew who \ a Pic Yunc. De no doubt and fall during tha rain and Squall and the rest seem too far gone to notice us or make any Quot Well come Down sir we Are too Cloee to and Here is night upon us we must Lay her head off until morning but before doing so Clear away a gun and we will hoist our colors and fire it while in stays to show the poor devils that we Havee Een them and keep up their courage until the ship was cleared for stays and As she Hove of in the wind the deep booming of a heavily loaded in la. Carro Nade went Over the space Between the ship and the wreck and the stars and up to the Peak glittering is the last rays of a tropical evening. A loud Loag nov of laughter burst from All on Board except myself and poor d. They were pelicans and flew off at the report. Men to be sure out Only nature s legitimate Taher Wei. That hed perched on the a treck to look of for Geniau Fry. A madder skipper Hae been rarely been Between the tropics than might have been been that night three ugh pacing a deck end smoking Meota Abajy off the Rabi . Puri her of a Peper who a aft out his sign upon a pm tree in a Western Wood Adver time for apprentices. So Fer very Good but Csc tier St he Saye that Boye from the Eoa try would be preferred exc Timo saw a letter within a few Days written by a Young lady who not Many weeks since was journeying from this place to the West. It narrates a very exciting occurrence which took place on Board the Steamboat to which Sho was a passenger and of which she was an Eye witness. In passing Down the Mississippi River our narrator was summoned from the Cabin by alarming shrieks and great commotion on deck. On going up she found that a Young lady had fallen overboard and the boat in her Progress was fast leaving Ber behind. A gentleman on Board immediately divested himself of a part of his clothing and sprang into the River. He reached the drowning person and upheld her in the water until a Small boat came to the Rescue of both. The Young lady thus snatched from a sudden death was the daughter of an elderly gentleman who was on Board the boat a foreigners neither of whom could speak English. On reaching the deck and recovering from Ber fright she passionately embraced her deliverer and bestowed kiss after Kirs upon him As the Only Way she could express her gratitude and thankfulness while the father Rushing from the Cabin eagerly proffered him a Roll of Bank Bills. These being refused be ran to his Cabin and returned with a bag of Gold which he likewise pressed upon his acceptance nor could either the father or daughter be made to understand or feel satisfied Why the proffered Reward would not be 06, following bit of verse is excellent in its Way and is from the Boston transcript and one cannot but Admire the considerate kindness of the Swain. There is no dog in the Manger about him. If Anna can t do any thing for one he is willing she should for another which we take it is much More rational than people generally behave. To Anna. Dear Anna thou it my guiding Star. Thy Ray a Silver three i which does connect be lid by which still Tovart thee i am led. Pickling cucumbers. As this is the season at which careful housewives prepare their Winter condiments the following recipe from the new England Farmer May come in play. Quot to each Hundred of cucumbers put a pint of Salt and pour in boiling water sufficient to cover the whole. Cover them tight to prevent the steam from escaping Aud in this condition let them stand for Twenty four hours. They Are then to be taken out and Afler being wiped perfectly dry care being taken that the skin is not broken placed in the Jar in which they Are to be kept. Boiling vinegar if spice is to be used it should be boiled with the vinegar is then to be put to them the Jar closed tight and in a fortnight delicious hard pickles Are produced As Green As the Day they were upon the vines. The Best vinegar to be Amelung a Creole of this City in the Bloom of life went Over the River yesterday and was brought Home a Corpse. He and a Friend wont to amuse themselves where pistol firing at a Mark is practice. They fired two shots each Aud or. Amelung took Bis pistol to fire the third shot it went off accidentally it is supposed the Ball passing through his forehead killing him almost instantly. Or Amelung has been for sometime translator in the criminal court Aud was esteemed for his gentlemanly bearing and the urbanity of his , Young mb0ranic8. F Tom Reitano Clem of the command to ii Poi the return welfare of the you hit or More a a his Jill depends ban upon the rising Genie re letter Omni Airelle Ibliss. If the iffy ii int Iowa in liar oae Emde Eime gently Independent Ems ibid a Comah Tomed to Jade a for themselves and governed a their Coad Oesby in Enli Bened new Ihei own Kean internet is if Eok Tbs Nie Aili ice and especially the Oong Mee mice #111 of trim the strongest bulwark of our free inst Tatiom i old the beet Hepe of the Republic. If on the other hand they Are ignorant Idle to Solute end Cone gently poor aed these who Are willing to Trust them if oar Ime Drievo it should unhappily become Stich a Cuson my of a Tukli Quot thank Todt to Terf is but Little danger.4uiec�iil# soon be converted into the Mere took efe the Riel and artful men who having first stripped the of every Renee of self respect and every Felting Prapo to virtuous citizens would use them As is chive is pro Poting their a Otec and for the enactment of Lawa which Are Benub Uil to nobody hit the artful few with whorl toy originate. It is As True of the mechanical arts a of any other profession that Quot knowledge is Power and we earnestly recommend to the attention of our brother i Hanics the following excellent hints copied from a Buffalo paper. Hints to Podmo ,e Jerst Olget of a Mechanic As it should be that of every one is to become thoroughly acquainted with his a Gruenler business or calling. Jfe Are too Apt to learn our Trade or profession by halves to practice ,.ii, by halves and hence Are compelled to live by halves a and die by inches. Study and labor to Excel your competitors and then you will not fail to command the patronage of the most discerning and Liberal pay omits. There s a great variety of highly useful knowledge which Appertains to every Branch of business that May be acquired by a course of judicious Reading. This knowledge Well digested and systematised constitutes the science of every occupation. Thus if you Are a Carpenter the science of architecture ibo wild be studied with profound attention if a ship builder the science of navigation and Hydrostatics. And that combination of them which will give the largest capacity to a vessel with the least Resis Unce from the water and the greatest safety in time of danger from the elements. If you Are a machinist or millwright the Mechanic Powers should be Well understood and if the machinery is to be propelled by. Steam or water you should study the science hydraulics and should have a perfect knowledge the combination of heat and water both in its latent and Active state and understand Hoto it happened that a quart of water converted into Ste Atri which by a thermometer is no better than boiling water yet will bring a gallon of water up to the same temperature. It you Are a Hatier a Dyer a Painter or a Tanner there is no study so useful As chemistry. The fact was known a Quarter of a Century to chemists that gum shellac was insoluble in water before any Hatier Ever used it to make water proof hats. The whole Art of giving Beautiful and durable colors to different bodies depends entirely upon the chemical Affinity of such bodies for the colouring material and the Affinity of this utter for the different coloured rays of Light. Bespeak understand i ugly when we say that the tanners and the Public in the United Sij ites lose millions of dollars annually from the Lack of scientific knowledge How Best to Combine vegetable tanning with animal Gelatin which is the chemical process of making leather Call it by what names you please. There is a vast amount of knowledge which is now completely useless that ought to be brought Home to the understanding of every operative in this Republic. We love Industry and respect All who practice it. But labor without study is like a body without a soul. Cultivate and enrich the mind with All useful knowledge and rest assured that an intelligent understanding will teach the hands How to earn dollars when the ignorant earn Only cents. The new York Standard in referring to the presidential contest says Chapman Quot holds his Elevation. Pennsylvania is ours past peradventure on the electoral vote to whole South will be ours Maine is ours Tennessee is ours and new York will be ours and that by an overwhelming vote if our friends will do their duty. There is no cause for doubting the full Triumph of the people if every Legal voter and Only such shall exercise the right of suffrage. Let no Man absent himself from the polls if lame let a Carriage be provided no excuse but sickness beyond the Power of locomotion or unavoidable absence from his District can or should Avail any Democrat. He who is not with us now is against us. He who foils the people in this great struggle against tyranny and usurpation and fraud Deservee the undying execration of the people and is unworthy the Fellowship of any honest Man. But Anna Are we to remain thus far apart forever 1 Well if i cannot nearer come. Shine on some other Feller. In dub the cloak a specious person named Francis k. Peirce run up a Board and other Bill at Boston under the garb of Sanctity and piety. His Landlady began to get uneasy which he observing he cautioned her that perhaps persons had told her net to Trust him but said he if you do not find that i of Gilfil my Promise to Yon to the utmost Farthing Donu you Ever Iru any body again. The next Day he . We learn from the Charleston Serier that a Rumour had reached that Etty through Marmoras that the whole 8ute of new Mexile had Deila a for Bexes. A portion of thai mute in Wilwy Tom Bhandary Dino red by the to a a upon u old and Duap dieted. Bomb Elm a an Eastern ohm re la Ard is the bum tag Vea Bloomi Felb Loire sea John Smitti. Who died of Rimides set Fiorei ult in seventeen Hundred and seventy seven. A new . Guzzle function i have discovered a new drink for you. Suppose you try a Little 1 it Well i Don t care if do drinks it has t got a very bad Tasto to it and if my Job Emory serves me right it is Wal they Call water. 1 recollect drinking some of the stuff when i was resumption. We wish the democratic press would stir of the Banks from their present torpid condition. But few of these institutions Are doing any to big for the accommodation of the people. They appear to have become electioneering machines. If the people Only take the stand we expect they will take at the presidential election and elect or. Van associated moneyed Power which is now Learned in favor of Federal so will learn the fact that the people will be Sovereign. Pressures and panics will not control dem. Lately a slave in the West la Diee who bad been married to another slave ene of the a Vissio Faries at the end of three weeks.hrouf�, Bis wife Back to the Clergyman and desired Lum to Uke her again. The Clergyman asked what was the matter with her Why Massa she no Good. The Book say she obey me. She no Wash my clothes. She no do what i want her to do. The minister Quot but the Book says you were to take her for better or for yes Massa but she All worse and no better. She Hab too much worse and no better at St. Won Errol err cab or bar s these is a Mattrass maker in this Elty who has hit upon an Inge unions method of stuffing Matt passes he rubs the inner Side of his ticking per with Bear s grease so that in the Brief up Aein if Twenty foor hours the Mattrass Bee East . A .1 i a to a the Edliler to Illihi state re Gieter propose pub Shine a length Latov or of Hainlin Tom Prozee Difloe or the to let Hooee Siml Ether aset ter Tom Dollar Abr the a Root Rwy Okimi a Fooliem Tley a a lne Tomii Laitone a a eerie a of Teri Mem Heeke evly of Quot fifi to i it a Quot Balrin wre Sun states the assets of the Patapsco savings institution As follows a counter a desk one or two stools or chairs a piece of old matting a Quot Long i6w red Box $5,000 of the wet Mulca trading co. Of the state of Alabama a fraudulent concern bought at seven the ten per cent on the Dollar and kept on the counter for How fl50 to of the Bank of Roides new York broken kept for the same pttrpoedri9 in Shi plasters and a Silver zip. The Aei Tomt of a Issue outstanding Are estimated at 89to i memo of a Quot a Lbabab Quot the Commeree says that fire word was Iii Ayres in the month of july it from to per Load of 400 Sticks a Hundred a bars of limn nos Ayres rags we equal to Between $3 and $4 to specie i so that a labourer at Twenty five dollars a a i. It Aid in paper could put base no More than not Lar receiving one Dollar per Day paid in specie. Which currency is the most valuable 1�?/�edir learn that As High As m Hundred has bees a flared for perk thie my. Tit u Elim Dii aah yet Sar Piotr . Is a pvt to Adi Price these hard tii Iuie whiff Fri Zajf that or. Van Daren eat fun i Igodt Ted thie pm meet win a a Farrier Edew epee a a president and the Fleet Rreed Salt . Matiele in Bri Fieg an Fob a my a a a. 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