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I .pmpSoM ? indigestion, woerein ., ,;
raifSi , f , nnaVnnonrs imagined. ' J V -
fertM"!" wallers sapped tiis disease
'Af,c" Ua thiise Ptnicolar tegioos of ilie
rcw , .. . k-nochonilria which
F . S cMi J .e name hypochondriasis.
f rLci Unreal symptoms areflatulen
? aJ tbMidtatelrife-howelV acrid eructations,
rViiahionsy and often an ttller lPwiiJ
araHenti'jO upon any subject of im-
7 -njpitrcted.accomiHnicd irhh
lff aWioeoi if the- oetous system.
&Pf iVfi'ngnd pecahar tram of ideas
lu . .niite iajainalioa and cYerbelran
S&ho UfioitediTecHity., .Tl.
,'fuuactcd lo aiate boonohe Qight,
Si. . '1
E3 eruption i relaxation or
' ft i. liAfr mdr imponaot ; organs wilhio
Li.V;nr!rt oblfecti of treatment" are,-to-re
li Aiwo. to strengthen the body, and
'ESin Xb'e apiriw. which may be-promoted
TPierflsr. eajly'liours. regolar meals,: and
' Lnt Mjnversation. - iTbe.'wvrefe (if cosiire)
1 - fj. ,v-.inn trt Ritpnmhen ihe bcidT. and
IP Tl..,Hrfr(Tit!atedhT the occasional use
SliKrianu. We know "nothitg better
iwaVed iwqbtaio Ihis end, than Dr. William.
Ft aW A'perifli Pilts-beingf mild and certain
4 diMon 'Tie bowels being once
l?eaW,E inesutablo Camomile PiUs.CwIilch
wtwicf Vf antijspasmod.c; are an
MMmib a?4 without;: dispute, have
i ,i si pernor tn the nnmerous nublic.
Urn? bbjslcians .'hare recommended a free
f vnpft'lirvibutll'.shoaldnol be resorted to;
- is iff niny jcases it will greatly aggravate the
' " 4 JnfcrwhV Astonishing Fads.. -'
n Wlil M .UTHhEE EARS' STAND-
-UV.:. ; . - t t-.-ii.sii -- J
H.-H n li , mAr w,.,wiL!!i fn;oi
U,t "Y "!r'
aiGCL flieocTTdistubedW, ner- ' -
towifUtcoe diffifulty of -breatfiiiijr,-lightness
. ' r.n ida lirasol ilifrrinoecQ npr. I
tou fetjiaViliiy and; Tesilessnessi conld not lie
in iferjzfaul positfon wunoui me sensawon ui
Lilt f " ' " '
the B'mourinergya Mr R. Monroe gave up
evefy thought or recovery, and dire despair sat
jirft eMbe-PilIsjwhich lesulted in completely
rctnoTinj-very 8yfinptom of his disease- He
wishe3toav his motive for thisl declaration is,
thalthoscv'afllicted with' the same or any sy rop
Wlrair'lo iboe from which he is -happily,
restii'ef, clay, likewise receive jhe inestimable
A CASE OF TIC DOLOR JSUX.
Mrt. J.t ErJohhs.ni wife of Capt. Joseph j
. Joii'n son, Lynn j
Mass. was severely afflicted
fur tea years , with
Tie-Dolereux, violent pain
inlifrltiead. andomrttin2, wilh a burning heat
in ibe'stMcnnckjan'd inable to leave her room.
She nuld find pb .relief fron tbe advice 'of sev
eral jbysHjianst nor, fxoui medicines of any kind ,:
tnnKafter .ehfl hadlj.'ommenced using Dr Evans'
aeiiefne af jOQ Chiiham street, and from that
time $he fepgatj to m'end, aod feels satisfied if
shtctjniiftbejthe medicine a few days longer,
Be nertecny cnrea. iteierence can oe nao
- . . 1 . '. ! . . ... ' . . & a
n-i(HQ9 Winn oiitne aoove, oy caning at mrs
J ihnsoas daughter's Store, S89 Grand street',
ICAIrs An tie
115 Lewis I
lTPf.beti.aen;Stahtun.and Houston sia..
edlftisr leyears vliih the following distressinr I
!ttt8i0fns:: j Acid ierufttatinn. dail snasmodic I
yaiiu thafeead. oss of aDnelite. naloitation of
ofliejheafi!,ryj-,nes$ail(jdimnessof aight.could I
. "'i "HUViSMo, 'jiawuiucu ici, unci ui-i
W,r, if .edging in any thing that demanded
" Tl'f orcoaftnrp. snrnfttimpfl a Tiaionar iHpa.nf
- to tjfrfa vn jya of her disease, a w himsical aver
;. - .-: t 1 a -r- T-- - J (
n i&rr J T . i : -s . . . . i-
w.pafticnjar persons and places, groundless j
??rehb5ohs of personal danger and puvehy, 1
an.Tta,mo.-j Ji..:..TM:ft. J:l. " 1
Hsm.kude on eVerv sti2ht loccasion.she
jonceivetf she louldneltherdie nor five;she wept,
ruust tcismbU hfeL never: wasone so bad, with
ntai rifilucinattons. T : -
li -5? he advice of se veral eminent
TpJcnSj'and had recourse torn onerous medi
- ttr,,tjufou!(not obtain even temporary allevia
llont distressing stair, till br husband per
fhpftooiakc' trial of my mode of treatment,.
faow-raiinielieved, and finds herself
not mU capubfe of attending to Her domestic af
"OttVivywftihat she enjoye asj good health at
J. Kvnnyi husdd of the aforesaid Anne
Jutn; before me, this Uth day
' 1 iJETER riNCKN
ev. Corn: of Deeds.
piltUMATJbM, with. an AfiVct.nn r,f ,h.
V'mga-efd 1 under the treaiuienfof Doctor
: A'i Si "J.Afnicied for four years with
.... viv.iii m i vi si i a ink Ktiuiii. waiirrii whim i urM
77v'Vtt im tne a linrhlsi : mni on. ins lonnna
. rmita a sipal whitpnpsa r loss oTannelitA.
i r ma iieauk tut uurj wuuimiwij c-
'Vt!? 51 fM'V Hns doW sworn, dot
ps ?nd say , that the facts staled in the
Cfrii6cate, subscribed for himVare in all
M,ue, j : U EN 1 S. .1 AR VIS.;:
Wifre'm1 85lh November. I8S6.
lit r " i v" i ooucy . uas-
- . iSft I.L jr. -H y --
impending sanucanQD. palpitation uenn, hey want na Koglish coaohes
. riisireista? cqugfr; cos iveoess;pain of.thestom- -vants they! for ego,
.achf4Toiie3sJ great debility and deficiency of For their carriage is of Yankee
cnthe coe)nance oticery person loieresieuiu u u : J on n ne is a slippery oiaa wnai wnom
Jjis i xistejice or happiness, till -by accident he . you've got to deal,' ' ;
Doticedn'a ftnbfic paper some cures effected by He'll pa9 betWeeo yoor clutches too, just like a
Pr,.EVXNS'jMEDICJNE in his com- -living ee . , . I
tlafftd wlcb Inoctd' 1.1 m to pnrcltase a pact- You think hiai I Irecommend you, John, but Van
' i if t u r ne h igh Icolou red ; and ; ofteu CoU David Ramsay's, Oakly Grove, Iref tin "cows from the 1st of Noefnber till
- Cf laiingJunaiiendd by relief 0 he a- dell c ; -Nftnd respectfully Anders his se 4 ;1. Mav should not evervalmef f make'
; Wwtreiso attended consid- Jces to thejpAlicin the tiiioMdeiWtmTOiik
i iWed.flSulrv of breathings wit ha- sense-of bis profesvionff M . jil bts arrangements for planting j; beet next
J??M. Wfoss the cheat; iTkeWise threat want Jactiaryf?oIii84Q-tti4 it s& 'blrink?. -From iour 'owheifpertVeV; we
I ThVSkJV if - w , w jhVte no uWthat his editr beets to
I nai)ive symptoms were ennrely Vemoved, il Cr. U. I)oU IdS' I i"r"-",. I , , v ' '.; ?L-t.J!?. . '
j tcrffpt turd effected bv Dr Wra EtansX r &-TrTrAs?.-L- f - J-1 J the ordinary Jeed of the cows, $oM make
Ida. . m . .-a- " J . t i - j m -.-a
h .ft nriij. j VAimo. i ';r
t . -ft T' i X I I - i -. ' n . . f m - mr mm. mf J-'V I - W --" - - V f TU U IK 111 III-H I 1 t I i
$Y$f JtUGGJxs, Columbia tf.OSfr
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rENDLETON V. BRUISER,')
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS,
. v fom IAe atmore Patriot, Vv
jou c; cALnouN my JOt ; ;
'. '. ' A.' COMIC POLITICAL SOHG) ; v-
Joho CCalboan my Jo Joho I'm 6orry for
Lou a ay Jo.
Oh ! John, bow could yoa look into the face of
Henry Clajr -" . K--v'-
The glory of the Western World and of the
World awny ; - ' ' .. ;
You called t yourself his u master;
,tbat cab ne'er be so -; K .t - ,
For be "woUd not own you-Jar n i
World away ; ' ;
;f 'John, bat
you-for. a Zace," John
C. Calboua my Joe
The Father of the Tariff, John, and Patron
nf lha Arbt- J:: ''v .
He steka to boild his country np in spite of for-
. eian parts i .... ...f
And Harrison will soon upset the little Van &
UO. --'-!. uyl '&.' -"""''" V-i '-;
And renovate the Ship of State, John ' C. Cal-
' - boon my Jo. - ;
John C. Calhoao my Jo John, ambition io des-
pair : ' - , ' :
Once made you nnllify the whole, the half of it
-j. to share) I j;; :'zy -. ; s
The "whole hor now you've gone,"" John, with
tvenoau, uiairot oo. f
Bat -you're go't the wrong sow by the car,"
John V: h , M
American mechanics. John, will never sell their
. ! ni l , . S ' .
por M.nt drops or for Treasury bills, ;or even
- British coats ; . . ! t
John, wpue Ber-
' !' - it - - ' - -
stamp, John C.
Calhoun by Jo;
i t r- -
will ne'er do so, - . l-
For he want's the fishes for himself, John C.
Calhoun my Jo.
John C Calhoun roy Jo John, if this you dare
v todoobt; 1 -, ;
Go'atk Xht Living Skeleton, who deals his sei
His favoritesari maxk'd John, the mark you can
And you'll soon tepee t the bargain made, - John!
i . u. oainoon my jo.
This is a dirty business, John, go wash your lit-
tla hands. !!'"- -:'-'i . ! !;
And never .bovf - your knee again
Van's commands ;
How you are off for soap," John, I cannot say
Bot 'your mother does not know yoo'rt out,"
John Cr Calhoun my Jo.
The brave sons of the Sooth, John, will never
.own vou more, - '
Ana uentoo's Mint arops win noi eave-you re
rotten to tbe core;
The People will no pbyver, John, on such as you
And you've jump'd vour final somerset,
Calhoon my Jo.
. t .it t- l
Joo?;Clboun my Jo John, you'll ride witl
From yonder! Jfhited Septdchre, with
motlv clani S
ourney will be long,' John, now mind I ten
- VOU 80. JJ- 'J .. --.-. . ' .. i.i-
For nevercanreturn again, John C-al-
n0Qn.ro7?f- - !-
Repoblicana in principle,' tbe Whrgs of Seventy
Six, r i ; - ' '" ,y
The offices they'll purse, John, Swartwouters
all will iroi
And sveophantic fellows tod; John C. i Calhoun
- raf Jo.f';i..;; '". ' ,w -y . j
The farmer of North Bend, Jobrr, will plough
,tne weed away.
And the terror of Tecumseh then will gain anoth
,er'day;l; I - y. !
America will flourish John, mechanics find em
And our merchants will rejoice indeed, John C.
. : uainoupmy jo.
John C. Calhoun my Jo John whenf one term
He'll drop the reins of power and with dignity
v retire, i .' f, : . ; i- ,
And every Whig will cry AMEN! John C. CaT
- hoan my Jo. .
- A. f I MILFORD BARD.
PoeVs Garret, Baltimore. Jaa'y, 1840, '
JLAI of tha office row f ibe Ma nsioul
Hr.tf,Jateiy Wcopied by Dr. B. Aostin
IN neas tir Furnace is in blaaUFprge andj
shrt time bo Jble to fill any v,rder wtib which
5 . -
Tklrl T. !rlf nVfiVf T1TlSin.yTiifi ! !7walAd tit
may be favored at their form-r prices. -if the batter as beios .worth so ctp. per poano, i
aHuftW"g l iji wtUivus lSQtdollctsas heue of
Nincoloteo.N C , Jan.- S!1840 3w27-u vl- - . ; ,-.
C"' M' 4 ? Office ' f i ) 'I I Bui thh a not ill the proprietor pf the J
Published Weekly at: Ttvo
I - -
F-iiVii - r
1 mart cultural 5tftttrm
:;-r- .; SUGAR BEET. i '
I VVe would be glad to see our farming friends
fniroduco the Sagar.Beet among their products
We feel certain that they would inever have
cause to grt it. '., Numerous statistic3 in our
po&sseioo remove every doubt as to it$ immense
increase and profitableness. Those whof tnay .be
disposed to try the Beet, should remember lha1
a deep rich marl, is superior to ar,y other soil.
But a soil that is free from stones, and .cao be
rendered very mellow to a good depth, is r very
desirable.': 5 The yield in a dry 6oil is ! said not to
LI f t ' : . A I , " rwi -
oe bo targv, ou more sweet aua nutriciuus. aoe
Sugar Beet .should be planted in, rows nearly
three feet apart; the plants in rows should stand
about 8 or 10 inches apart, v- " i-ijf;p
1 N.;B.T-leaMi.Cw:B: C.K.iWrflier;' t
mong their very extensive assortment of Cardet
eed, have a supply of the Sagar Beef $eed.-4
Wejwould earnestly request our frtnda ( :and all
whq are disposed : to make the experiment, 19
and procare a supply.
. 1 Hi
FOR TBE CAROLINA WAtClt51A3f
IN- ' ROWAN APPLES: 1 W -
jilcssrs. Editors 1 I have been aireeablv sur-
tised to I earn that some of the largest and Ho-
st Jlpples ever brought to this Town,' were the
product jof a j farm in Rowan counttl They
are Sof a golden yellow color, as 6ound; ab a cut,
and of an excellent liavor. Mr.; yatentine
ropst, living some 8 or 9 miles sduthjof Salis
burv, owns the orchard from which they were
gathered, and has very recently; sold 'several
bushels in this place, readily obtaining! ten cents
ptr doztn for tbem. JiU the apples Mr.:' Propsi
brouaht to Town, were of a large size some
of them measuring 8 to 10 incbes in circomfer-
encelanii weighioff half a lb. eachufV! I; ti
I jHitberto, all our best apples have been jbrougbt
from the mountains, an impression ; havibg pre
vailed 'that that fruit could not be brought to any
thing like perfeotion in a cotton growing conn
try ; but from the successful exertions ! of Mr,
Propst, and several other farmers of this county,
id engrafting their trees, such a notion is now
exploded. With a little extra attention: to bis
trees. Mr. PJbas been enabled to furnish some
of the best Trait, of tbe apple kind, ever sold in
Salisbury ; and to realize therefrom a snog little
iNii - - , ..1 tt. I!-:5lm--ls J
sum of pocket money aa hi a reward ;i while bis
neighbors, many of whom perhaps laughed at
him for his pains, havejoond theit ' apples of a
quality better suited for feeding pigs than for
gracing1 the tables of the lovers of
The best season for transpfahting Ever
greens is in the fore part of June, or the
latter part of May, but without kome prelim
inary measures, many so removed iwijl per
It bsq been recommended, and the
method when tried ha9 proved very success
ful, thit some two years before rerjaoval. or
jdrieiyear at least, that with ashatpispade
fall the surface, and roost of the other roots
be cut cfT at the distance of Iwof or three
1 ; feet from the tree, and that it then be allow-
ed to stand undisturbed till wanted for re-
mbval. The result will be, that ;the earth
near the tree will be filled with abundance
of fine vigorous roots, and if, whenf taken
up, proper precautions are used n;. lifting it
from 'the bed, it may be rerjiOYed without
t i - N : u:- ST . '.
the least dancer, or scarcely; retardation of
Us nrowlb. Genesee farmer;
SUGAR BEET Vm MILCIll COWS.
An intelligent geneman from (tihe east-'
wd, assured tis a few days ;ago4j;triat, by
giving nis cows a pecs or sugar oeets twice
a Bay, cut up in their hay, he wis;; enabled
to get just as rich milk and bufte? durtng
trie winter as in summer, when the! pasture;
was at its best. Now as an acre of ground
wiBlInanurfd, planted in this (root Well at-j
tendedt would yield beets eD6ugb td keep
i difference ol Slbs eith j in their
product of butters From ' the J lof No
ittonal butter, would give us; 5 hs"fbf
elch co CringUe period namerl 520
H for lhf 10 S
cowsif and if we I act Ii3oo j
4 - - -
JDollst andWifly Ctst
cows in the spring, Would have the gratifi-
tion to know lhat he had treated his ani
rnals well, and the satisfaction of seeing
! DEFERRED " ARTICLES.
1 iCorrespondencehftheJ!adisonian.y ?
aiAapiR's FRKY, (Va.) Feb. Ut, 1840!.
- Air. - Ati.E2C ; J cannot forbear to conralo
lata yoQ aod the Republican Whigs of ibe, Co
ioo qpon the prospect, vvhicb grows brighter ev
ery day, of tbe cominzi triumph: of i Republican
principles. It is now iconcsded 'on all hands.
thai the antlon of the Harrisbursr Cooventiob was
dictated by purity of ' purpose, sound judgment,
and wlso discretion. . The claims of General
Hairison will .bo much better! understood a&d
more highly appreciate than ait tho former e.
lection There ta no doubt thai he will combine
the fulli Whig sfrengtli of Virginia and of ihe
whole aoutnr k ' i :;-h------- r J- '-
The affairs of the National! Armorv ! at this
place,' have beenrrmoai shamefully - managed.
Tfcie works of the whole! Armory have beeri sus-f
peOded for several day 34 for want of Irood. ITbel
Jtke never occurred before, since it was an armo
ryj and owing entirely tfa the neglect of the effif
cars providing wood in good eeasoo. I .
Aooiuer iaci 1 win state, tor your imormation
and-1 think it a fit subject' for inveslisration f
- 1 t 1 1 a '. .--tt 2 . 1 ;
The Paymaster here received a draft on one of
the ft ewTork banks, for funds- to pay off the;
hands employed at this f armory. He took the
specie draft and 6o!d it for paper, and made a
hn!uma nf.min. k V.. . 1. U.J 1
Virginia and Maryland notes and sbinplasieral
uauaav4uv ucuiiu'u vi II 110 UalU IUV UfDbl ID
auu ouujo iiiuo stiver mooey, uuu reiuseu to give,
them one cent of the prmium, to the w hole of
which they were entitled. Many of tbe handa,
of both parties, werevery much dissatisfied, and
talked of bringing the matter before the Secreta
ry of War. v.. : J f-l:i . j ' M
VVhat I have stated, elr, can be aubstantiated
hyj every citizen of Hrper's Ferry Now, j
til ask, what will be done witb tbe premium1',
amounting-to several biaodred dollars ? Who
knowt but it may be used for electioneering pur
poses. &c? Do yoa not think that tbe affair's
of oar whole country have taken strange turns.
I Burned to Deaf M On the! night of the 3 1st
it!r.,in the wvestern part;! of this county, a man
named William Kersey was so badly burned that
he died a few days aftervyardsil 1 - I 1 fe
! The deceased we understand was attendin? a
constable's election, where, the day; being! cold.
a log nre was built upon tne ground, spirits
(perhaps in - the .form pt treatsy) circulated
pretty freely," and Kersey became intoxicated.!
Ey night fall, or a little after, tbe company dis-
persed and left the nnfqrtunate deceased ; alone
by the fire, which commjuaicated to his clothlog,
burning it off, and litterally roasting htm alive
He lingered three or foujr days before da'h end
ed his sufferings. GreensWd' Patriot. -f 1
Steamboat Disaster. The Steam j Boat
Hermitage, from Nashville for New Orljeans,
on the 18th came in collision with the II ugh
L. Wjnte, in tbe neighborhood of . be(lajf
peth Shoals, and sunk rn about en fee wl
ter. She was crowded with passengers, yet
only one life that of a fireman was lost.
j Jl vsejul Warning to Mon$mou$LiU
ter fFnfera. We learn frbm jthe Ledger
that, in the District Court of Pennsylvania,
last week. John Havs brionght a edit a-
gainst Joseph Baker for a libel.' which libel
Consisted in an anonymous letter wtitt
4 third person, charging llas with d
jest practices. The authorship, of the letter
jbeing made out, the jory returdeda verdict
for the plaintiff of ,490, 1 J !1
A'RiOH:MAN,-:-r:.-.i- .u- y
Reader, how-much would make; a man rich?
Or, with Low much Would you be ; satisfied !? f
only ask for infornation. It may not be improp
er, however; to premise, what w e very well know,
that a man's detires after increase with jhis ac
quisitions. A man sets oot in;Iife with the ide",
i bat $20,000 wonld ba enough ! Ie is socress-'
fol ; and what j theit? Why, neighbor B is
worth $50,000 ; and fwh'J shoold jhe f
br satisfied with less!? And so be , presses for
wardnil he, also, can say, I. am as rich'as Mr.
B. But, says he to himself, fifty js hot a half
number -nair an nunoreo. vyeiii men, j must,
by all means, labour labourraour till I am
worth'a ruand one hundred homand dollars t
BatReader, think you, that; A' vyould belsatfs
fied with one hundred thousand dollars, perhaps
he wobld aspirertoiorifr-Tniton fP-perbaps pie
woiiiu laooor to oectimeas nenr ueraro : ny,
more, not consider himself as fic, till he cOpld
say that be owned riiffipna j All this premise
ed, the reader is prepared for the following an
ecdote : Some yeairs ago; Mr. Astpr, so well
known as the great 'fur trade dealer, and fas be
ing worth about $15,000,000 rrjet ! wih Mr.
Cone, formerly Mayor of the city of New" York,
when the following dialogue; in- pobstaoce, oc
curred " y - h 'r : J ;h ' f ' - i I
jdslor. 'Friend fCone, where have yoa been
forsolorrg'aiime?;ii,v j ? -S - V
.Ccne. ,la'Yii st-'youmeap' 'y
Jlstur. 'Certainly in the : Merchant's money
market 3L"'i ' '
' -Cone. " Why; friend Astr, 1 3 hadrlaboured
hard, and cleared $700,000 ;rind so; I thought
I shoald be satisfied ! and I wound up - my con
cerns and retired."' j ... '. - . .
. Jlstor ' f Ma nding fpr some time aoMzedand ap
parently at. a loss jwhat to say. at f length ex-,
claimed : Vell well; frleruf Cone, I :;do jnoi
se6. but that yoc maj, upon rc?c(on, t as well
satisfied as though you were a rich iait P
The reader will caake his own cvrnuient. i
fc A NEGRO WITH THE BLtfES. .
1 say Sana Johning, what fof you lock so
sober dis mornia? lYvu most) usually pliers a
afiln, but now yo face looks asglooojefied and
brack as di last spell of wedda.'4 - -M
vVbj,chiWI feels bad lee ght whatda
NO. 30-i-VOLUME, YIU.
5 ( i
white fokes calls de bloos and do was sort at dat
data what 1 has," Pete Gumbo. : - n '
Dat what you caUem Sam ?
De bloos de real indigo bloos ?'
" Darea where you corner dis child Sam;
you's ahead ob mej dis time. Now if it djn'i
make notenal difference: to you, I'd just like to
near yoa explaimfy wat dis bloos is" , ? . !
" VV by, wy, Pete, you don't no notm. I tort
you'd; more ,' qnaintauce widdefiosify ob de hu
man nater. Well, you see. When a man's crut
de bloos, be looks fortatd into the common foouo
rity jest at he was gwtna to draw a blank in the
big lottery he feels like as if all the delightsum
prizes in dis low down scene hadn't single num
ber on em When he gets up in the morn m'
ne leeta oad, and wnen he ffoes to bed at niffhl
he feels wusser. He links dat his body is made
'of ice kreatn, all cent his heart:, and dafa a
piece ob lead io le middle. All sorts ob sights
are bobber in j round, and red monkeys is buzzing
about bis ears t Uar, dem s w hat I cot now. and
dem's what I calls de bloos, iHow you like to
:hab 'em Pete ?" .vr.
" Tank you, Sara, dis child don't wis h for
none, not if aeon's de 6ort.' v I
From Jhe New York Evening Star!,
"THE MARRIED MAN'S EYE."
Here is an admirable etbry under this ti
tie, in the -luLKnickerbocker, which we
venture to predict will find its way into ev
ery corner of the Union How the ladies;
youog and old, will chuck el over it ! And
bow husbands, young and old, and those
who are going to he husbands fand wtveir,
will ponder over it! It now only Remains,
for some bachelor (and that, we understand,
has been done, and well done for the K.)
to give us " The JSIarried ffomans Eys
but to the story. 'Uncle Andovcr1 is an
old bachelor, who has never been married,
because he has always seen husbands, even
the bestr scourge tboir wives with the eye;'
and for jhe same reason he advises a young
nephew not to marry, it he can't do better;
and they finally sally out on a walk, to test
tbe truth of his objections. Their first 'call
13 on a happy bride and' groom, before the
honey moon is over. I
The new ly-married couple were sitting
together very lovingfyand every thing around
them was bndc-hke and comfurtahle , They
jumped up quickly to welcome us, for my
uncle, as I said, was a general favorite He
praised every thing over again : eveu the ug
ly clock on the mantel-piece had bis k'md
notice. j '
'Yes I knew you would like it,' said the
lively little lady, 'but James does not think
it suitable for this small room, j It is rather
large, to be sure; but tbco bronze is so
much more fashionable than gold, tarn
sorry now since he dislikes it so much, that
I did not take the gilt one; but, Mr. Ando
ver,bow could I tell,then,tbat ho preferred tho
gilt one? Then, be thought as I thought,
and as I uniformly preferred the bronze
clock,why he was only too happy to approve;
was you not, James ? I nevor heard, then,
of his dislike to this poor clock ; but a
mqnth after marriage makes a great differ
ence, you know, Mr. Andover.'
While she was laughing out gaily, in the
pride and joy of a young bride's heart, Orms-
by was trying to catch ber eye. I saw that
her prattlo diseonverned him, aid he want
ed to stop her; but she ran on, and my un
cle listened with as much glee & innocence
as herself Ornbsby walked acrprathe room,
so as to get in front of her, under pretence
of poshing the clock straight. !
'I believe James is satisfied with all my
purchasefwjajd she, 'but that foolish clock ;
and if I could I would change it, yet, for
the gold one. W hy only a little before you
came in "v
' Her busband caught her eye this time,
and his lock quelled her ; for her laugh and
her joy eusness -were at an end. one was
puzzled to know , why her little nonsense
was taken amtS3 now. when it was always
so oleasantlv listened tobefore her ' mar
riage. This was evidently the first stroke
of the married man's eve. It embarrased
her ; she cast a timed glance at her husband
and was silent. if "
Did you see the fellow's eye r' asked my
uncie, wnen on our way to me ni wuse
Now the poor child said nothing amiss
she was only a little bridish. Ormsby did
not like the exposure it showed he bad
struck1 the false colors of courtship, and
bad nailed up the red stern flig to the cnast
head. Men are all alike, Leo.
Tbey proceed with their calls upon the
clergyman, the physician, the merchant, the
manufacturer, and in all with various but
perfectly jiatoral circumstances, they trace
the workings of 'The Married Man's Eye'
The young nephew is about yielding the
poiet, as invariable fact.
You see,' said ray uncle, Mbat it runs
through all ranks and degrees; and if every
one would keepi a ood look out, as you
and I have done to-day, the married m-m's
eye would be seen in every bouse. It is so
commons thing, that it is never noticed.
Ins looked upon as a part of the marriage
ceremonyor rather as having been engraft
ed upon a man in consequence of the cere
Yes! I shall now be for ever watching
the married man's eye; but just for fun's
sake1; if yon are not too tired, let us go down
into ibis oyster-cellar, and see what kind of
eye old Cato has. hear the pan going,
bis'wifisfryingytrRv..-. - r.
"'His eye will '.work; too. depend npon HP
said my ancle, with a lemile, he will quell
her he' will quell htr !' t
But no sucb tbtng. To our tmazemertt
his eye never shot an angry "lanr r.
poor, heated tired, woman, dcir ! r
as nine wives out of ten always ilc.
oear uncle was quite 'put oiit' about i!,
ne was loath to admit tint il.o n.u :
hold good with all men. We zz
half an hour, seated on a clean Lenc!), :
tbe doot-way, chatting trith the old tr. ,n
woman who, tn the time dispensed tr o ;
full of ojsicrs, nicely filed to thc:r c: .
ers. " -
. My uncle," as I thought, made savrrrl
foru to provoke a shot from the eye Vf
Cato; but it made no impression". 1 t
him that I suspected he wa3 playing f
but he denied it, though he said if the f !
could be ; obtained, it would not r;
whether it was' provoked, or whet! r
came natufally. It. was the prcr.cr ;
make use of the eye the authority i f i
married ; nan'i eye that he reLc'.L '
gainst. ; -K -r ;
But no tinlocky word or deed frr;
Dinah had any efiVct upon her hvil
lim, bleared eyes. fMy undo now i
to talk,' first to Uati and then in 7!
who was now preparing a third pan ci c
lers. t 'I Vill show lyoo Calo's eye r
said my unele.Y'Iduabl it,' IrepJie !.
i -Howmany'childreo have you Cue.
used to see four or five olavmrr ahr;-.i
.... .-...wo .
a year orjwo ago," and now I only see i
little girl who carried out the oystr rs '
VVe;hayet)ine; rnassa Aodover. z- :
doing pretty well.'ceptjn' Clarissy. '
her good husbahd.poof thingl So I i ' .'.
Dinah to let her. and de tree children cj
Dat little girl is her oldest child.'
' 'This comes very hard upon yon C; :
mnst cli my sister to look into it.
Tanky, massa, Tanky; but it h net
mejo complaihfonly, Dinah my poor
man, I tell Ker ahe will fry her eyes out.
have notbin to do but to sit still fa :;
Hime and open .oysters; but tank G 1
itavea great run, massa; and Dinah, no.
can please de customers so well r.- r
massal Den, wen I bave taken out
sheHsl does nothin' but go about and Y
myself in de garden.iean over do v, r r.
and get lings cheap. But it comes !
uaru un my poor woman cere; ana i
cast a tender, human glance at his wife, I
ing just finished her oysters and was s
. . . m l w
them in a plate. , ,
l: Mvf uncle looked at me from the r-
of bis eye," to see if I had observed th
man s. 1 saw it,' eaiu .1, 'it was r. t ;
worth a guinea.' ! 1
in amoraent uinan stooaoe;ore r.r, v
a tray, on whjch were two 'plates, each r
taining six of the finest oysters I ever .
A little table : was "placed between i
which was a onnnr whitp. rlnth. hrrj;!. r
les, rocatard, pepper and salt.
ooe uirneu asioe to iook at uatc: c:
us.-. i r i - rm -
what a delighted eye the affectionate :
band cast on her! He fairly mUled
iuu3 wiiu un at iuis iuarK oi autiu.
"Dai's it.: Dinah- rlaiV it i. nnn
didn't I tinkob dis too? ilut she is u
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beforehand wid me, massa bachehr A:
ver. I link women aw oilers cutte r
men in such tings; but when it comes t
pen wjrfficiB, ucu wc urai cut i iii; j
j ucver ciinu ii. u nan.-, wonan.
Cato, when" the. poor soul, in her l.r '.
hand my uncle a gla$3 of water, k tier!, r
ver the mustardcup, the contents oC . '
ran on his boots; 'neber mind it, old r;
Riasaa ilont nara.'fnr fMn'cnnn nr!i'!i
up again, -and I'll buy you another must
cle, 'and here aire two said I, for not r
ing an angry look at your wife,
rhe knocked the cop over '
He look mad at rue?' said honest I)
'Lackv! .whr. ironnff mitssa. f?Atn i
" J -m J . B - "
looked mad at me once in his life, 3 I
remember. " f; - v ,
y 'Well who would ha vis thou'- iir
my crest fallen jncle, as we leti the
lar. 'I must own that I tried hard,
first going off .o p:ovoke his eye to d
. The Lessons of thisstory nre of the
description; and its'.truth to nature tt
be doubted. . t :-
Running' 'aicay tcilh on Heiress TI e
York Whig gives thY following rumantis
dent : ... - Vr ' :
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hoisecarrrage containing & fady and jn.ii.
was observed in Third Avenue, pruct-eohr
wards, bat at soch' a pace as to excite no t
ityScireeJyhoweyer, bad tbe carrisz
to leave Tenth street t ha n a genfhun,
high state of excitement, and mounted en .:
erfer bayhorse, came . up, riding: forioir 1 j
Having made a brief enquiry relative tot.1.'
ty in the carriage, aud learned they wer. u
distance in advance of him, datled cTa
speed. ;T wo gentlemen in surprise f ,
until' they reached: Seveotet nth streft,
they found the dismounted hurpeman lyi:
the road side, in a state of insciihi.'ity,
tnan and a woman chafing his i'empte, -c-
! bing his bandi in order to restore him '11
fortunate gentleman had received a severe T
wilh a heavy- blunt inrumeut, on the ?
ihe head, and the tbumtr of h'S riht t.z:
br-kan a heavy clab was lying on the i
Tha man inrt nomin via nistiunpd at
tbey had perceived thecarriage driving c i
npid rate, and the single gentleman in j
and the moment the latter came op with t
hicK he struck at one of tfit parties v;it!.i .
a club The gfntlpn.an ln' the C3rr;
itnaped a pistol in the face of the tidr '
mi?sed fire, whereupon ' he I jompfd nzi
carriage, anJ al'the same instant, the
sprang lo the ground and grappled with l
The parties struggled fiercely with ei
er for aboot half a minute, but the aicg'i
oing by much the largest and most r
man flung his opTworot to the ground, a:
his knee upon hts breast, aod was ,rjn;ri,
tobeal hiui violently upxin the face with c!
ed hand, whenrcuddeolx Ihe-ladv threu :
out uf the carrite-iand.havtng seized t!
which -had faTlen'from the horsea-so's
she dealt hts horse a tremendous t!r
caused him to dash off like wad in tha t: , t
of the citv. She then advanced opon ih
ghng parties, and struck at me neau ti r
pursuer, out ne parrieomr oiuw nuu -hand,
thereby receiving tha inJry h tis t'