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'!-'' r.v r. SOIPTOMS. '
Op.rtoftlcurti svmptoma are.flatnTenv
bUrua?h or ,bovel9. nl prwallons,
"v l JAnL ?rf.tSin'Hlic nams. giddim-ss, dimness
T fh falri4OHiiaiT,i,en an l,,,WJ,ub,lllJ
ftrfx-U "ftAniie? jrrjmble. thoughj4l, dmpond
VmftVplM. 8n,j jied.j!t:cmpanied with
'fydiro' of. ihc nejtuua system.
i . utim -Mings and peculiar train of - ideas
V; : iitnt:iul irimi" i nation aim -.ijYersntinjn
exhibit an infinhe Jivrpitv. 'l'iie
j 'LiiCiiiJ biHif mt-h are a
as open lu ihis afllic-
of any kind especially "ss'
T,.e't'y mjac'en o a laie nonr in itie nigni,
y jif.dKitjiJi iinmiKieraief use 01 mercury,
!JM ptnjj'.iiH. "f ""ppressron of some ha-
U iW ' H l'n,,a rupton , telaxailoii or
S'Mtiill ,nw'B irtpwiant organs wilhin
i ii'o iVi-mmn t nil's'..' . :-"i.7-i
PEN-DTJETOK & BRUNTSR,
TiPlfOllS AA'D PROPniETORS
J- rtiMishcd Weekly at. Two Dolls, and Tifty Cts. -
3j VOLUME Till;
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h'U prTflK'pil of ireatment are, lo re
ij;Wrfn. to' strengthen the Wy, abd
Len"thrtpirnsJ which may be proruotfed
n'ttcjsp, f itjtj loprst' regular ' rneals; and
L4nf cot erj Ji ion. The Ijowefs (if costive)
ia rcfuClf recolaiied by Jhe occasional use
,hi;r.ipf;rUt. ' ,VeT knotv nothing- better
'K'iiuJed tafcbUin tbisend.than Ur.AVilliam
K-3v-")i'l l,'--Dt'"mS mM and certain
J , ojitRtn.' The bowels .being once
Xm 'jbMiiwumablft Camomile PiUs,(which
4J, uvni("Drlf 4e and ajnli -spasmodic are an
"jifh'flHT without dispute have
Jiyei a rreij4b1cPsio'5 o the numerous publio.
Huti rNi?iV1 le1 recommended a free
ri-ijf birrTV. but iq should not be resorted to ;
.in, ihhvigj&i it will greatly" anravate the
lFAxti W ilTHRKFY :.EAtlS STAND-mi?-Mi
wfhbfci Mtresinc- malady. Symptoms:
-4iaVllri$rtiri fliiilleoey, disturbed Test; ner-
TiiWdaV pSrdUfico!ly of breathing, tightness
imlT'cllfrf ,frfss breast, dizzinesss, oer
?iitiita1)ity:and restlessness, could not lie
'ur lotii position without the sensation of
ifrg)fl(liiii'V,lionl palpitation of the heart,
cuuftssini.tJgii. cosiiveiiess, pain of the stom-
-(Mroiv-lmp'orat debility and deficiency of
nnvoiif riergy. M rj It. Monroe gave up
fvarj.thmjit tl I recovery, ann aire cespair &ai
on ihecofifpeiiaace n evtry person mieresreain
Lreifeteftfeor bappitiesr, till by accident be
HirH irt f pabllc paper some cures effected by
Dr m. FM AN' M KIMU IN K in his-' cum-
pll'a'i h if i Induced bini t.i purchase a psck
riinlie rtMs.iwhich ipsulied in completely
f-iloirf(-Aerv fevmiktorm of his disease. He
t l$lP.lO savs niil UHtii ve ijiir nils uaiaiiuuu w
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T; Fivtti the Maine Farmer i i r v
PROPOSITION FOR KEEPING MORtt
stock And keeping it behteh
iijr, uo mes u o n ov i arm ets now, iiKm
our fdtther,! depend more than they ought
upon toe scy tne ana itciuorK onrapie lanq;
in securing 'bay as (bed for their caitle, and:
not enougn upon corn, barley ana roots
I would sayitd lhern, use'-all your; barn and
hog manure ort a small piece of j land fori
corn, be careful lo plant an early variety ano
till well, and it 'has proved to be as sure a'
crop for halfi century past in the centre;
of Maine ai any other.;. If we "get a'Jorl
and a half of hay to the act e we think: we:
do pretty-well but if we get 4p biushels ofs
corn to the Ure, the stalks, husks,jaBd small!
corn are wptlh as much for slock as Uie;
ton and half of hav. Then ne have 40
of j 'good sound corn le
for stock is; worth four torts of hay, I am
aware t ial the Jabor is more on
acre, but the Hand is led in much
A GOOD STORY, WITH A GOOD MORAL
r - He wzspoor and nn worthy of ber," Un-
wot tby, because poor ab, thought Ihow ma
rj beans has this false idea broken."" 1
,;iuu vii sue wept ; i
At what a sailor sorTers-f
Dfv you ieo that tall, sickly Iooktnl irl ?"
said Allan trf me, when on a visit id (he- shore.
we were walking arm in arm along. he' beach ;
llook how she wanders a mrfng tb wjllows,
and bow steadfastly she gazes oo the sea " 1
tarried, and fur the first'time observed slendor,
delieatefemalei apparently a youih, inih grove
oh the borders of the ocean noi far distant her
form apd motion were of t hemel ves sufiicieni
iq attract notice at any time, and in any; situa
tion ; the time at early sui rising, and the scene
one of lune yet grand and bfao iful simplicity,
shed now a double interest around her ; scarcely
knowing what we did, we wandered -down to-;
wards her. She withdrew silently jtl ok ap
proach, and, gliding away to the mahsinn 'house,
disappeared behind broa'd pora!s, bni si she pass
wt.we had a full view of her. A pretty 'smile
played n her lips as she gracefully returned our
morning salutation j and that single clafiee re
vealed a face nnsi exquisitely beautiful for the
symmetry of is propurtjuns, the expression of its
fValureai, and the flash cf light that ws( shed o
ver it by blight and roost beviicbingpye; and
not less beautiful for the impress of. Sickness it
bore, and the soft feverish .flush (hat rnjr)gled
with the patenessf of a fine lair cheek; I Dot "she
passed on, and. we looked io vain for her appear
ance among the guests at breakfast. We coold
only learn that she was an individual under the
care of her brother, and she constantly kepi her
room...; '-,.--..... ,. . ; .. ;.. , . .
j The morning passed away in the. usual round
of amusements ; and a large hunting ; party was
made up in the afternoon, of which thel brot her
of the fair invalid was-one.- He wore, however,
a forbidding countenance, and his manners were
so far from beinff'agraeable. thai his oresence
threw a dampness over social intercourse the
pleasures of the sport were marred, arid meeting
Viib bui pcor success we returned to-ltrte board-
ihg house tvo hours before stin dovn. I
1 The day - had beeo calm and tranquil : and
a3 the evening drew towards a close, the lantici
pation of a lovely, night ofiened. the weariness
of a sultry day. To increase' the beauty of the
splendid prospect before us, made up of an end
less expanse of waveless waters ; cbvJre(ii wiih
small craft, and single masted coasters. 'I he shad
ow of a noble ship was discovered oti ihej utmost
verge of the honzuri, rapidly grbwititV flafcrr, as
ii oioagnion oy wina3 wnicn Lad not as yet dri
ven one breaker to the shore; and as, it rew lar
ger and latger, a streak of cloud seemed l td rise
out of thbosom of the ocean and spread jound
the horizon to the settihw sun
! r ; ! -: . . . - -is is utaii iu wonifjr uictcKuess as
jfttwiiwittt Tic Uolereux, violent pain dHf ' crc JViUl w"" v'orui a ion oi spreaa aoroaa ; me sea tow! flew jfcreaming
in Wn'i),!utdlvomttingL with a burning beat hay to a man who knows-that roots.lvill keep 'Fom "if, wal?r the "J?"1 shallops tai glided
t. it , i i ,i t . A U . . v s if . I rifMf.f-fiil IV fift thpfihnrp coi?al if.A -Gilt'- l.
mWn P.roeav n straw.or poor hay- ' :d , : Z 17
tttiiiiif riniir hA.rai n i nun hih hi i v ii-.f iie sh v . l p ii ; - . -;it - i f m WK i v
. Lr fr,n Pdi,?inP nf anv kind. a"d !ha 1 area treat as a chartge, &c. bors to the, east. " We shall havelal blow to
nliajer ksi-ld commefcceil using Dr EvansM Here we gHjwhat is equal to twel4 tons of renvwked an ok! weaiher beated Capiain,
i; v.,r tun,.ii.cfDt on. rr..m r - iijj . . - ii i i viio iviinHjr azr:inisi h pinar or itie Durtico.
! ' 1 i i " j t I f nprA id Hifhrnlf v an hrpalrinrr nwav frnm er It. if It comes tn as It nrnmicpQ " i : V I
r.a jt inMuMia I inaMWMiiP i ipw iimvv iiinurr. l v . - - - w - - - - : i
IBv IVttV B H'Mlli v ""iw ""-"'I i 4 ii . 1 1 w w ii ,
succeeding crops, all can see.
as to roots, for according! to the a-
. i '?. k .i Ml . -
bove proposition the farmer has no manure
to put on to hi
lie procures 4
cost of vhich
and for them ;" but suppose
bushels of common salt, the
4 bushels jof jplaster,
A cssk ofr lime (slack U).
8 busbels wooa ashes
on in vonr Krtfnv flnnr
and with a ahovel mix it well.. When you
.have prepared I an acre of land for! sowing
ihiifapicted with the same or any syrup-- yorJT. cartots, sugar beets or rutabaga, all
mBsf unr iiwim .i.iHi" " it" out iue jiasi narrowing, spreao on one nan oi
aiewieivebe ines.imable a hr U the firiiiieing top
pi dtSR pif TiO'lDOLOREUX. ,. clress with the other half, & you wiij belike-
)Wf,fU J'.hnst., v-tfe of Capt. 4 Joseph jT to gJ a cro of 600 bushels from your
Jomtn,! liynr., imoss jwas severely amicteo
The very, feelingfa brother could thus lorn to
scorn, I profess operated differently on me I now
behe'd the effects ofl cross and disappointed love
in the remains of a broken heart, j The wild and
incoherent fancy that flattered in the breast of
that poor victim offpride, " bore witness to ibe
power of her affections 5 and ' I sighed for her
while I stepped iniof the boat which was to coo
vey me and the stranger to the beach. -: ' "
The ship lay within 40 rods ofjtbe beach ; but
the sea was making a tremendous; breach over
ber, and the fary' qf the waves ; rendered ap
proach impossible. boat which had been drag:
ged over was manned, howaerjby three fisb-
ermen, wbo made af bold attempt to reach her ;
as was- expected, the boat had scarcely put off
oeiore sne was crusuea oown ana oat two or me
adventurous men ganed the ; land once more.
Several flashes of lightning which followed sw ift
upon each other now blazed arurtnd the wreck,
and we saw some'jpiunging into the wves, oth
ers cl.-nging to the femaining rigging for life,
and others again in? despair reining them
selves to their fate AH wis once more dark.
Six hours passed in fruitless attempts to render
assistance to thesuflrer3. At last the day bruk,
the winds declined, he waves were hushed into
comparative stillness,, and a full view of the
wreck presented itself to the eye..! She was a
j noble ship ; -the boatswain boarded ber ; she was
Ton fnrfia m n e aw a. in t t l w m . , A m . . n K
ait inuiuiuaii , sc'cii'vi ujci ucw uu jusaru-
g-ers were found lifeless corpses, scattered along
the shore. Thirteen poly remained of all that
had composed the company.
As day grew bright along the eastern sky,' a
little boat was seen issuing- from! a' neighboring
bay, and shaping ys "course towards New York,
with two solitary individuals in jit. I traced it
as far as the eye could reach, gliding;1 swiftly
over the blue expanse of watert, till it vanished
far off towards the shores of Staler) Island. As
it fff-d thus i way, apparently heedless of the ru
ins the strm had strewed along the coast it
seemed a phantom bqat conveying the spirits of
tne departed mariners from the; scene cf their
gloomy exit. ! 4 , .; ; f-
But tbe beauty of the rising son,, the majestic
roll ot the lately stotm-tcst billows, tbe scenes
of devastation which the coast piesented, and
the silent departure of the little unknown skiff,
though collectively J presenting that morning a
piciure full qf rich af;d touching Interest, attrac
ed but a secondary, Hegree of notice. No tine
left the wreck until the surviving sufferers bad
vents, however apparently melancholy, when all
things are directed by the wisdom of a power a
bove us ! - ;' v. ... . . . i
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1 MARK I AGE. :
If The following very pretty sentiments on
piie of the most interesting of all subjects,
we , copy from : the Little Genius : j 31 ar-
riage is to woman at -once the happiest and
saddest event of her life. It is tne promise
c future bliss, raised on the death of all
present enjoy men ts. She quits her! home.
uf r parents, her companion?, herorcupa-
iipns every one. on wnicu sue nas nuneiio
depended for comfort, for affection, for kind-"
ness, lor pleasure. l be parent , by whose
advice she had been guided, the sister to
whom she avowed to impart every embryo
nought and feeling the: brother who has
played with her by turns, the councellor
ad the councelledall are. to be forsaken
aone fell stroke; rand yet she flies with joy
into me untroauen patii oeiore ner. Boor.
ff up by the confidence of re-quited love,
shje bids a fond anogfateful adieu to life that
is past, and returns with excited hopes and
jpyous anticipations of the happiness to
cqme. J hen wo to the man who can blight
such fair hopes, who? can treacherouily lure
such a heart from its peaceful enjoyment and
the watchful protection at home wbo can,
coward like, break the illusions that have
won her, and destroy the confidence' which
lo'ye hasinspired rwo to such a man."
. HOW.WC APPLES DO svi:
. Who "made way with cpwaTi! r f
millions of the people's money f V..
ren'a bfitcials ! ; "Who Avere unwilling
into an investigation for tlie
shewing the'aituaiionof the pulli" H
and the connexion of Renben M ' "
with the DepoMte Bmiks ! The V I
ren party : Who evinced a disposer r
stifle enquiry and suppress facts, so r?
people might remain irt darkness, cr . I :
know any-ihingnf the corruptions c i t
Government? The friend. nf the Ad r
istration in the Uouseof RpprtseM ill.
Who Wanted a Branch of the United b
Bank at. Albany? :Mwnin Van Rurcr, :
Who signed a memorial to Conrrf j-r
ing fora Branch of . United Statt s D
Nashvillev Tennessee ? , General J I
and Felix Grnddy ! ' Who thought it i
enough to have'served nnder such a CK
and then wheeled obout and songht a lir
more; glory by suffering his name t !
run lor trie rresideney Martin Vnn I ;
been conveyed oo shore, and the property
ren ! -Who pledged himself to foil
LOCUSTf AT SEA.
! l 1 1 . i I i - :rf i .l. Lr '! . i.r-i. i Vi.r i,. ..v. i ! 1 lift SnlD W as now in in II vipiv (r- ! i ih
hB psfira-liy J CUJHU. iieieieiict; can ue iiuu i iue USo pi luc pilCUIorii anu u(ii(l Idlllcl 3 I , , , , ,
lite auoyc, Py caimiij hi i'Jis
M a's dahter's Store, SS9 Grand street,
i'fuflci f$tq Ivith
.J: I L . . i ?. . ' crew uau caught the Dresa??e before usi Uirv tan
customsbutive could or would do it, j been crowding all sail fd make therryWs be
we might winter our slock at less than half t fw night, j -a steady breeze now burefiHatia ra-
Kennv. No 115 Lewis he expense We usually have, and of course, P b"1 ih oItf;liered eveore ra
ij i ew is . , H . . , j ' pidly upon it. S !l but little anxieiy was felt
13? Anne F
TPrivbet-ei?e Stanton and-l louston sts , afflic-
- 'i ' t . i .
io tn mvintr i:airpc nr . . - i ' ' n , a .1 c , 1 ........ i i
""L . and better manure. ; i"reav oi oanwei aauea sunumiiv to tne niciure
uinilqllnn lolls en1&mnni( I j- T ; IT i . ; ti 4 :t 1 .... 5 I .
, . Mv.o.w,., .w , . .t.-fi . as ii in ite connneiice m bein'ir" able U teach a
ill (. .i J I . L ; n 1 n . m, i.n . I ill HiAoft ilnna chnn I I ,,on ei n . ! a . I ; . . . c . . '. .
:?Bf Ti" BV I t -tf 'H. ri'i..ait..i . ,Mrs1 i place ol safety, the i vessel - stood towarcfei New
"rrsevLuuyiiossantimnessoistgmon.u in owhho has arable soiL to think, ! York and thogh the sun disappeared: ii, jits set
:i ?ffff?1 siue..sin oa esi u,,er n- K" J J- j, ', " fi L J- Ping among the clouds, and the. wind whistled
WmW anJ iningtiiaioemanoea .v - f:. Rrboad the mansion, and drove the breakers into
'wpre.jsomeiimes a visionary iaea oi ol hisfather, and thus bis neigBbors see pforioos clamor, the point seemed yet i within
Pftanuao if her disease, a whimsical aver- :..J LiL:i. i i... '...-JJ .ir Ireach. " ;!i S
.7. i ? 1 ... 11 - 1 111s success, which 1 uavu nuu'iuui ui. luev k : . . ?is 1
linu?.iarpPrspns ana p.aces, grouou.e . -j . U.J , . J L I 1 Suddenly the scene charged. A ibpge mass
-r-'Miunsfi personal juanger anu puieny , wuuiu ctiiaioij luuow, diiu wo birvMi ail ue 0f blackness that huro- over the sky,! seemed to
"lrUT,atid weariness of life, disconten- much .eiv riiieh benefitted. ManV more I break -up j'a t iolent ;gale set in, and.fwlien bo
ttVrnLI noiiLr lia nnr livi cho ccrvl I TOOtS have
1 niedi deeded and. thought shelled a arooant 1 have named. Still as1 we need
hallucinaiions. some hfy 1 !M8 fresh meadowor un
'r r''Py nadine advice oi several eminent signuy swamps, iei us ciear away me uusn-
'imu,i. iiiiit i in ii tKi-viiiir: 1U41UU1CIUU3 aiivrui i M . M -1 a . . - .... k
v f :J i j ' i . t - i r?f ami iimw inriii. 11 ijiii irin rp 11111
f'liiilpiitUlpuinhtatn even temporary allevia-1 .
:'ofbedf-Ues$ingptateitill her husband per-
niA imiKl hn rnntpnl aiilf.
ftintr fttnlrt li her hnsliami ner- I " . w.. .
k3fl'fiRtiketri(ilof by mode of treatmeM. less gt oik. "Don't forget to raie I
e w how iquije lelieved, and finds herself
jotj,nl hpaljle uf atlendijng' to her domestic af
,4,r!Vlaiav.ie enjoys as good health at
vV'?Wbt 'H ak rsriod of her existence.
y,uww4od of the aforesaid "Anne
been raised on an acre than the
. . J. ir
to mix With you
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and other root
late, the indefatigable' mariners atiribnted to
make off. From the moment ihesliiptichanged
her courpe, anxiety and fear seemed I wlralerTon
every bruw, which wet increased each minute.
Uut she made headway, apparently! worked to
admiration, and we at last lost siht of her. in
th thick gloom of gathering clouds- and the
darknees ot the approaching night. 1 1 8
J A hurricane came on. 'the short' seend to
shake with the very thunder of th I dashinw
- -, :,
' s W0rrilore the, t U x ' day 0f December,
fus 1 1 I "". -'v'ul- oi uceus.
Ml1 ! '
years since to
XiX4S' CA?K0F ACUTE
f'ltbM A riI. with an Affpmtnn r .v,a
Mcured Uder the treatment of Doctor ? ,n f
JW.'EVANS 100 Chatham sueet. New- ,ronla!
tmin S 'Jarvfis, 13 Centre st. j
VkJN, M,i afflicted! fortfour years with other a
oir apples, pumpkins, Squashes waves, but we coujd see ni light displayed oVer
ots for your gruntersJ !j j j; S'l the ocean. We retired ; out an hour before
il lf4 A- -" midnighi, the cry of a vef-sel is coming on ibe
A CURtOUS GRIST, si
T t f
who migrated some twenty
Illinois, oevisea the loiiow.
beach !" roused us from our slumbers, and as far
as the news spread all came rushm? loihe shorn.
The lightning played in awful vividness amono-
i the clouds, and in the Jighl of in blinding flash
ier we s w iue vessel which had sailed so grace
tuny over me oosom of the. sea a few; hbrs be-
tng ingenious iubsiitute for a grist mill. At fore, not indeed a wreck, but just on the borders
the foot of a: fall in a small stream, he drove of the tnournain breakers ; a moment 'elapsed
i croicn buck ; ne piaceo another nor-1 ano one wnne surge ot loam stem lo envelop it
lv nhAnt pitrht fPt lona. tin nnn nH r she had Struck ! 1 M.
ch be! Iliad fixed a peslWand'on the ij Gowds succeeded in getting over to the Uacb
JhiirkeL The water from! the falMd.Just asJ w" Preparing 1o em hark, the! beau-
pWiaall hisjoin s. wlHch'werealwavs 6Ired tbe bifcket, carrying that diiWn and .hi L07 aha7,
lurraikj .. -1 .i. i . ii . . . . 'i - . i . - i . . i . - i i . - , .
wa3Mfe in the charge of the wreck master.
ar..f . r 3 . ' L . - f .
vve men returned rogtne Doaruing nouse, taiiiju
ed and exhausted ; and sal down to an excellent
and acceptable meal.
But breakfast was-not over before an alarm
was given. The pretty invalid girl, whom her
brother had siven aslar prisoner into the hands
of the domestics in the night-, was no where to
be found, She had escaped from her window.
Search was made fal and near and at last she
was given op for lost.
The brother was inconsolable far her loss
Now, when the opportunity .of reparation was
past, he cursed his qwn unfeeling conduct, and
declared that tbe recollection of a sister's sutler
ings and death, would haunt; him to bis dying
d3y. The shore was diligently searched for the
body, hut in vain ; and in a few months after a
i i:j .. ' , . JA i. L L1 rn.ii
uieiium li.ouuiijeui BJse io ner uieraory in i nil
adelphia, un Jer the direction of her relative.!
But days and years ased on ; that monument
half hidden in tall fgrass in the church yard,
ceased tu attract notice ; the brother removed to
the south ; and the raae of the:bnfortonaie girl
ceasad to be spoken, s her virtues, her endu
rance, and her fate cfased to be remembered. ?
It is thus that time, ia his triumphant course,
prostrates and obliterates the mulable associa
tions of the world : kl one moment breakinn- in
r ? . , 0 .
opdn ibe peaceful cicle of relatives and friends,
and calling one Tnd another unexpecicdly away,
and ihen breathing upon the frai) monomenis of
. er : i 2: .1 . ' it . c 1
pasji aiucuoii, ano wjinering ;ne nuwers 01 me
moiy. 'J'here is not a solitary grave but gives
an example of the fojmer ; and but. few, indeed,
that do not bring forcibly to mind the latter.?
We die and are forgotten. A tear, a sigh, per
haps one pious ejaculation, or a prayer, and the
earth is shovelled itfjiipoo the cr'fnn lid; the
place of sepulture isf lefs, and the letters that
mark the spot are obliterated ; and the once be
loved form commingles with the dost, and if
ever it occupies ones wondering thought, it is
when we approach the grave apd contemplate
the end of the jtiurny,of life. ! r
But this is a d'greWion, and! perhaps an im
proper one in this place. Trie fob: steps of a" fre
quent visitant, was pot seen atneng the green
grass that surrounded the mcttument of M. but
there was one, who ciften thought of it, though
far away, in solitude and tears fit was a bro
ther. : I'- . I I ', ' -
When many years had been j spent at a dis
tance, he came once nore to Philadelphia, to pay
a 1 at tribute of respect and love lo her with
whuse death he sttlll charsed himself. Now a
man debilitated, but riot by years, with: a .grey
head, and snpportedpjy a staff, he walked into
A letter from the mate of the brig Levant
bl Boston, to bis friends in Beverly dated
Montevideo, January 16th, 1340, publish
ed In the Salem (Essex Co.) Register, slates
that after having encountered a veiy severe
gqle, on the 13th September, when in lati
tude of about eighteen degrees north, and
the nearest land being over four hundred
aWd fifty miles distant, they were surrounded
fpltwo days by large swarms of locusts.
of a large size; and in the afternoon of
the second day, in a squall from tbe north
eait4the sky was completely black with them.
Tiey covered every patt of the trig. rThere
ys no land to the northwest for several
thousand miles. Two days afterwards the
wiather being moderate, the brig! sailed
through swarms of tbera floating dead upon
tb0 water. '--
HP'he Levant'was waiting for the raising
ofjthe French Blockade, which event, did
dpi seem likely io happen soon. The French
had some fifty sail of men of war there. The
writer says that he counted from an emir
ence on shore, over one hundred and fifty
vessels, most of them waiting. No vessels,
exjeept a lew small craft attempted to tun
tip, and they were pretty sure to be taken.
the footsteps i)f'hta illustrious predecrs:
Martin Van Buren V No slave nevtr c
pressed;'!a sentiment more" servile i:i
presence of vhis,aiaster. Who voted f
free negro soflrage in the . Convention .
Newr York! ifiMartiri Van Buren Wi
voted fjoirjhe Tariff of 1828? Martin V.
Buren! -Who proved his idcr.ti iy v. i ;
that oppressive measure by-making kno
the fact that be had vested twenty ilmus:
dollars'lnTeheep lv Martin Van Burt :. !
Who called John C Calhoun, Catiline t
ler the'Roman conspirator I Franeh I'
Blair ! Who now lands him as a Pair:
Francis P. Blair ! XWV-P001'6. '
C. Calhoun In 183 as ar;d.isorgcn-'. r
and an enemy to his country? -The V
Buren party. f,V;Vh.o-;ar nowrwiltine
rim him for Mhe highest flic within t!
gift of the people;? . TlieVn -Buirrii -r ;
Who encouraged the PetBinkeV'?' n
183 1? 'The, Baling Dyjsty Av ho :
waging war against that system no v. i? Tl
same power! - :Who said if he had bec r
pable of thinking dutipg ihe lwcvclun ; s
war, lie would linve been a toryf C s :
gersojl. a Van ITuren Candidate for ('
gress in Pennsy I vania' last yes r I Vv' !
give utterance to,ihef sordid doctrine 4
the vt-tors belong the" spoilsr''i Kx-G r
ernor Marey of NewfYbrkVa w,
mm. and the" very pink of locr-foooii -
Who gloried in having marched uiiur
federal bannerr soliing as it waved in
Jersey? r Jarratt Warda Van Brcn
ator in Congress! ho as Vice rresivU
of the Senate of the United States, vnt
gainst the nomihatioX of Martin hi I -ren
as Minister tb.the Court of St., J u :
John C. Ca'.hpnn! Who is one of Uio grr
champions of Van liure ti?a A d in i nist r t i r
now? - John C. Calhoun, who opposed t
little kinderhockcr with as much bittern
as any man living. And this the party, n: i'
these the men that have the unhiushinr -frontei
to taunt the Whig , Reputlir; -with
inconiitency. ;The end at Which
selfish and intTiguing politicians aim,
not accord with the spirit of the Cons tits
lion, or genius of our people.' Their s
cessTis a prelude to theiidpwn fall. Tl t
is nothing more certain tan that deceit '
the most snicidal of all possible policy, r.r '
that popularity cannot be permanent unl r
founded on truth, honesty and virtue
- V. fX fJloanoht AdtQcatt,
j For a Jit of extravagance and fully.
G"to thework house, or speak 'with the
fagged and wretched inmates of a jail, and
you will be convinced :
Who makes his bad of brier and thorn,
Musi be content to lie forlorn.
From ihe Boston Pilot.
From the IVasliington Globe nf tic lUh iyi.
. A fire brote ouVbctween 1 and 2 oVIc:!;
this morning, in the building occupied I y
Messis. LanglreeC and rO'Sullivan, cr.-l
Thomas Allen, as, printing oOtces for t!-,o
Democratic Review and the Madisoistir..
Before the fire companiet reached thcr
the fire had made such progress as to leave
no Itope of saving the building, or any con
siderable portion of thej)rinting matert .h
in it Messrs. Langtree and: O'Sulliv-ri
saved most of the stereotype plates of -th
Madison' papers, and about 1,000 copies cl
iM I ,Y53fnncr)e84,Kfcwrsagrea waui j lunipg iroro nis wor iotuis mor-
$LWr. inl lbe nerlvons system. lar be in addition to the stock1 be put
"? 9!u?e svmolorns weirp Pnlirelv removed.
W eft cuta eflected by Dr Wm Ei
I iiw.i. ' . I : - : . . J 1 :
1 d i I 4 V. i j j S '.. ! I T i r - I Vllfril
the graveyard, and iaelt beside the mouldering By the swept hearih, and cheerful 6reio sit
rer it m silent de.- ith him I loved, to yiew wiiii gnsiening
1 The followinij Teaatiful lines form no idle
picjiore of the fancy. How many a female, bred
tip'io ease,in affliience and refinement, and afier-
imuuv' iidiik, tu ..iv uuouaui vi uvi i.iiviv.. - . .. ; . .. i
s i. I 'I . 4 . t.nl.... n.AvA Anlrt n !
Ital been doomed at length to realize the sad re- TVru . " i 0 hi V
If , . , . . " .. , destroyed.- -The edition 1,800 copies, three
ptcp n,hirh i hPTB described. 1 . J . - . . - ' c. t ' L &e nnri m
SOLILOQUY of a DRUNKARD'S WIFE
i - ' .
1 1 Time was, when moch he"loved me,
Vhen we walk'd at the close of day l' inhale
Te' vernalbreeze: wrell do I remember.
How theh,wilbcareful hand.hedrew my mantle,
iund me -fearful lest the evening dews
Should mar-my fragile healib. Yes, then his eye
Looked kindly on me: when my heart was sad,
tlw tenderly he wip"d my tears away,
White from his lipsih;e vords cf gentle soothing
I if' softest accents fell.
.' - .
Hwblesl my evenings tsn, when wint'ry blasts
Were howling round our ppaceful dwelling.
O! it was sweet, the daily task performed,
mon u men t . W b i le bend ins over
votion, a light step shook tbe weeds behind him,
and turning, he beheld an interesting female,
leaning upon the arai of a gentleman, and wbo
appeared to have broken in accidentally upon tbe
hours of meditation. jTbey asked pardon ; ah,
it is jrranied.'8aid the feefile man : ".learsshed
in the mornihg, came rushing down crying and
in,lt:i, JJ .iV.",j Avr:Mw"n a peff, ypon wmcn iue onei sioe oi rnaa remaineowith oh i'..nh.r.l inA iffer
i?n.' J.Ll.-.iLj .h lhe hucket would strike, capsize andjempty Khmd.now followed tier. and asked assistkWe io Uelf ,h. iA..n eltunA Th n
ea3n,onatiended by relief. The a- "i""'"g f" pw" ,'io aigc in- rr: ,3 , ;r ,,,e i"men 'o cepentf upon
jfbms ere also attended wilt consid- dl?n Mortar-, containing the corn. j In that j J M rJ,nt fePP oof thebt. and
r. ' ... 3 ,"r senseless 10; the man
Sinn. whli( h still fVt.kl i i. . '
Ad all a parent's fondness, the budding graces
Ol our little ones;
I -- ;l
(it - . 'i .
.1 Then ve had a father;
lovely'babes now no more than helpless or
- phans! i
on lhe monument of fa sister, hive no claim to Vior mnther more than widow's grief has known:
secrecy." The strafgers wept, i Affected him- sharper pangs than tnose woo mourn me
; lha nl n,n enhKsH lliiiif! thA I!!) l i ft flPrtd.
volumes to eachvalned at from 810,000 to
12000. ; They were insured for .0,')00 ;
and their property: destroyed is esstimatcd
at from Si 5,000 to $18,000. The mateual?
of the Madisonian-ofiice were all destroy
ed, and no tnsiirauee on them. They wrrc
worth, we suppose, from SC000 to $9.O0.
The roof and the upper flnnr of the M''1'
cal College were burnt : insured for $3,0 CO
and it will reqntre that sum" it is suppnsr d,
to repair it. The Baptist Church was m
jored to the amount of $500 or $G00. A
frame soap factorv was entirely destroyed,
worth, probably, between $800 and $10(n.
It is not ascertained how the fire origi
nated. Some of the hands in the Madisonha
office were at work until after 12 o clot I: ;
and the fire had made great progress' when
discovered, about half after 1 o'clock. Lut
the prevailing opinion if, that it occtirreu
in .Messrs. jangncc ,. w
A U 1 1 I t m anAnl I.A II.All !
. 'H; . l-.-l- -l i liH.rs.i- .1 J ;& if 1 1 .-
lfMm York. W.r.- rr!- . -
oKiart; tf:Jr-: : .! r - "-"r . 'J . f.
i4aTffmrlf T'og duly sworn, doth dew
'I ' "V VS II4ICU - III UO -
Sffi.nfr- ! ,-r.:- Kt.i.i.s.jARVis.. -
ftllW,f : iHs 2.5"' f Nmlr. ) 8S6.
WMUS (Bookstore) ChtriwS, C.
ii "ma 1 1 1 -1 rv
there, In the siapeof a raccoon, which was
pounded -Me, hair and boneslwitb the
corn, 6 a Similitude inconsistency iHp.'woi k-.
house soup.; fl he 'coon not observing an)
tning to interiere witn his tnlentioris in ref
erence to the corn, or not understanding the
1 1. .vm. 1 l 1 .1 1.1 r 9
1 iiii a ianw w Kim n ma n rain i na m r in uir n i
wvm mm j i-au um !! UIO U UVII W w t
and gazed upon tbe mourner's face. " Can tbta
be Agostus Hampdepcan this be my loog lost
brother?" Sbe said; as she reached out ter
trembling hands'! bad ona only sister," Said
Agustus ; tbe name engraved; upon this tomb
was bers, and yel lseij ber image io your face ;
has tbe tomb returned its victim, or was I de
ceived, and did ibel waves, not i indeed, receive
her ?" , - .! . 4 ,i j -. .. -,!
Tbe history of thjt mortament, and the can-
salt -nnnn -4 w rim mnriir mfi-iiiai inn i n i
Sill UJIUII UJWM.I vii.fi(. B . lUil
cheon upon the provender, so prervidentially
fell. in Wttbif When: the pestle, in' the even
tamty bf all ijarthly calculations. Green
sion, while sh still feebly raved aboot the storm,
the ship, and Henry. We conducted her 'to ber
Tom, aod-baving given ber charge id the do
mestics, we both determined to a0 over to the
oeacn. . .. r .j j i .
1! Tbe 8?ene W8S of so novel and mysterious a
?alar! -,ISlr-n2e'J,ke hatttipliither
to forbidding visitor broke tbe mvsiPirT, c c!ln
j , g . J ' V rf sJ -.VIIVIIVV Uls7V J V' - --r-
ri uo oeiore ooserveo, by the single observation; j ses ot that brother sorrows, burst upon her.
n Poor Henrietta. shA nnra t..i tr . , . . I c-, L .l-u: i- ; kl. . n.
H i , - vcu leoua paiior , cue reroemijerea 'iiw,tii!Pic.; ,.ohb rrcoiitti-
ed escaping frotn bef) rrjm, to loe sea side on
.D..urai .gent, pwhed him. birn bo,,, ,nd will "12
ti i t - . -v i srii . lu u i cam
't m m mt t U I . . I V . "Z i
iu:S oui me aaners of the sea jgd storms
ltQ'P's. & shipwrecks.al ways assocjaqn2 ber
uiui wI D inem aii.' 'And where is he hour ?"
. tif.i.li... L. t'Li l L asked, ih " t.i, lA k . ,
leuoroi us wi urai ion. iiui an cuu iu u smeu 11 w.., -v. no hci i in inmx inrpe
-t "j.L .1 " tLLs r fears at. and I heliev AA ik... - elL iU.i-: k.,:.i.i- j '. .iA.i . i.:.w
iioiions. ov KuocKinir tiim in iue- crauium. i , , a , r": r . w ior oum'u , ci umtua.Buo bi luis uiuuirut, hcu
I ,F ..i " ,.t ... I D1S nA ftcarW r,t Kim - 1 - Si T II J I . t " . T
I lustralinffJfirr! a ifrnal manner, the Ii n rer ' IfLV-.r. r v ",M, "e w" Paed. on- ana nonor?o,sne presented to tiun Agosiusnow
.os . -.. - r , . is wnuriy oi her." I nwnrihtr - iLi.'. .k ! id. UnMi ..j.;. tj ..to krta
H-i, j, uinusr iiwi-oi I I" iitiuivuinit ruucli Ol Ullll ,iu upui c iicoi t
tooQgrici, now many hearts baa ibis false idea whom heaven has destined for each otbar. How
the night it happened, where felje found an ex
hausted seamen, wh bad been! thrown there by
the surges, and in bib found her former lover,
and her present husband. She. called to mind
their escape in a sail jboar to Ney York, to avoid
v 1 " V &J J Ul'
My lover husbandO, my earthly all,
NVaa dead to vinue Wbeo I say the man
Ky soul too fondly loved transformed to brnte;
Oi it was then I lasted gall and worrowcufd !
Then the world looked dreary! fearful clooda
biitrkoailjered round tne: dark foreboding came:
The grive before was terror; now it smiled.
) jong'd to Jay me down in peacefal rest.
t we to forget my sorrows. But I lived :
d ob, my God! what yean of wo have fot
if lowdf r - ,T
1 leel my heart isbrckpn. He who vow d
rrli cherish me before God's altar vow'd
fll!as done tke deed. Ami shall I opbiaid him
fT)ie hosband of my yonihfol days the man
1Tb whom I gave my virgin heart away ?
Pitieni I'll bear it all.
mipil the tears rtiat flow iacsssantly ofer e-
( Peace, peace ray heart !
Tis almost o'er. A few'nre stormy blasts,
And this shatter'd, sickly frame will tall".
Ar.d sweetly stumbr where ibe weary rest
Te wicked cfciae Irota trctoUiag.
CURE FOB DISCONTENT.
Italian BishoD. who .
m U w " " " : " " I '
struggled through great difficulties without
repining, and who met with much opposition
in the discharge of his episcopal function,
without ever betraying the least impatience.
An intimate friend of his, who highly ad
mired those virtue?, which he thought it Im
possible to imitate, one day i?ked the pre
late if be coold communicate the secret ( .
being always easy. -Yes,' replied lhe c'ii
man '1 can teach you my -secret, and v. iU
great facility ; it consists in nothing rcrrc
than making a right use of ray eyes." Ln
friend begged him to explain rwoso
Most willingly returned the bishop. r;I"
whatever state I srri, I first of all fork up
to heaven, and remembtr that my pnntip I
business is to gel (there. J then look dor. n
upon the earth; and call to mind wht
smalUpace I shall occupy, when Jconnta
be interred. I then look abroad into t
Wor!d,andobserye what multitudes are th-:-