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j he irPCfifTpil Ut a less lime.
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sfxotnm be f continued nntil
'richar2Pi far! wlrordiog:! unless order-
iPllatik ?ff d 'lo JUe Bditois .most.
IPliinTORfi. 1 ? -V VPon U your UuUtuY Do jiwMSH LiBERTt is sifE. GfrTl. Harrison, i f 'T-rPHOtE- A'O v- " 1
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Wbicri-irl3 liardljless Iban Ivrentj-f.ve r.;;
heiht. Tfcc shpe of Ih9 cae was irrr:
boi so far as,J cou!f iudze. tbe biitirm vroul J v -
er? 4wentT.br thwi? Aet. ' 'i'te C r cf iK:
cate iLiouffh its whole txient wsj a cstfl.u-
taanl bones. ScalU and o her wmes ere r..;: j 1
t!epth ibe extended I acaTioaW to deciJe ; .
tjoj w ine oepin i twee or ituraeei in effrj
quarter of-the cavern "and still we fuend t .!
buoes, 1 ae remams or .laaottnas ncsi
been deposited iere-rHow, and by hcr3. zzi
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7. a $
seed i If j
ii a H
S4 "? 4
6!i a 65
1 CtTIlIlEITT 'AT
"i.isBjBJtTt, ?f o?eniber 20.1
Molasses. ; '40 a CO
nnO- take charge ot tbe MAG NO I. E X
A NOTH Ea ATTE MPT TO ASS ASSIl
? AXE THE KING OF THE FRENCH
fParUi Oel. ihih, -A mosket-shot 'was fired
at 1 h? kin? atsiz o'clock ibis evening, ttJthe
L.i.. r ...i.r--.imfl roomentwheifcra majestr - was !p3ss.nff vaIonff
J.i. lWfc..-.n h'riilr-. iWh thi nia-Lvhbe qoaj.of lite loilenes, on , his jetoro lo bu
- cifiu k.i.kv fiHnpi-I Cloud, j, ; .....i - : vi .
,r.ni he Paired tfich lheioos
71 a F -rt,- i.inf .i... incff.nii i-nL U I'licssassin-was arrested. v
10 a ia
sei lies, but tbere was sotue doubt vn tbai point,)
Tbe applicants 'will be; reqauedl to! present iV! Vua,VLw,rrV
testimonials of qoalificaiiioo. - tcj Direct; lo Af" - 1
, . . n n f . . t' l KP I lS. 1111 1 LUKIR WHH Mil
loaf. 1 18 a 20 I William &. rnce, .M. u , onuoti, fljarrngo u
L. u. 'X- .. tV.- . . .1
lie name of the assassin is said to be Darmes.
frijice (he- said -Mir
10 a 121
Tobacco. " '8 a"20
V 'Pn w 1 1 .1 n A n '. -1 A II ' 2 11
I ion. t)Cf 12 "2 l-r "lo - v t
; if AppHcaiionswiirbe'teceiveduhtil the 15th
September 25 18406 a 9 H
4 a 6
alusli " 5q f; 62
a:d It aU2
3 Nails! cjut assor. 7 8
iwrotifful 16 a 18
ItvOats bushel 40 a 50
Oil gal 5 75 a Si
i lamp &125
Uinseedil 10 a 1 25
iPork iOOlbs - 5 a 6
Rice rlOOIbs 4a 5
.'Susar lb 8 a I2
(Salt sack ' S2i.
.Steel' Abier. M0 a 00
I English j : 14
i German 12 a 14
jTeaitnpc. $1 $137
fin HE Subscriber willbpen a School, in
It woald appear that his musket had Wd otrer
loaded for it, barsi, and Wounded' him in the
shoalder."- - t,- - 0 r - - j ;
It 'was rumored that the as6assta was one if
the advocates for war who are at present so much
crane, a ci inai oj umraenojf ipe King oe cal
culated on t emu ins tbe oalf bar ;to the .arrival
of that calamitf . :.' ' r ' -.Lv e.:'- . . i
- l ne ratios fell of course at l ononrs in cuo
Pfqocnee tif this attack; but as no forlber con9e
odtoces were apprehended from it, they rallied.
At tbe time wnen tne express ion ine mree per
cents were 70f. 75c. wttbhowerer, but little do
RO V A L CON FLAG R ATION I
iThe Empress and the Monarch two majestic
boats. Were compleielj demolished bj fire upon
th rit er early yesterday morning. v Tbe Eg.
press t(bs op lor-St. Louis, and 'would hare left
atj meridian on Wednesday bat for the violent
rain storm w bich prevailed at ;ibat ttme.7 Be
iween three and four o'clock yesterday morning
she was diwwvered to be on fire, but so rapid was
tbir progress of ih6 flames that all efforts to check
thie coiifligratioa proved ona vailing. There be-
ii'Sr 00 possibility of saving tbe boat, and hef po
sition placing the other boats in manifest danger,
&hn txria at (pnerth ini !nnna nA onfTarwt in fl.rat
tiff into be stream. This produced a st'ogelarly
novel and. magnificent spectacle or those who
ift their beds and sought the Levee at the sound
of tbe fire bells. Tbe blazing boat, one sheet cf
names irem stem to stern, leu on into the car
rent, illuminating Ihe vessels and houses a'ong
-t. 1 J 1 j 1 . . e. j '
Jo,he thiaktito pet it olT any longer, espe
cially as be must resume his 'labors again
pri aiontlsy morning , t, 6e .
(. .Some limes the Sundajtja sickoesi comes
on very: suddenly in JheCxwrnbg.vAtll
tla cloud arises. It may be raio ; and wbal
if h sbbtiU ! Would the Wspert of get.
tirig a.liltle wet, prevent the individual from
going out 00 any other day ;?t Is heafraid,
of litfbtning ? Oh no, unless it be Sabbaih
cay nguiqing. pui now, an once, ne
finds out be is not very" well, ? r HeJs afraid
he shall take cold, anil so he ston it home
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County, commencing cin thelhsr Monday fnj From Ihe Sunday Morning Times, Oct 185.
November .1 . The Paris Papers of Friday are1 more occupied
pnsmg an edacat on wWl be pght.and, w fi f - - b fc J
Jba.iBoialrof poptls tntly ;gcardeuV t: h w eMn lmo wilD A.
-iiiiiinH oq 11 a 11 1 in inn .iiuni rv : 1 " " . . .
.A K I O - - , . - 7
A Ion it nrenmH that; KonrdinfT can nrocnf t . ... . r - . T. . l
." - ...". -71 r;"n 1 intr the Probable
ed in the neighborhood: prJ accommodating terms 1 " .h'l.i-,-
Patronage is solicited."
October 2.1 840-6 w 1 p.--:; ' t
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fcffact of be attemnt to assassi
t0!? I uate tbe king. One portion of the ptess regard-
the sky land lighting the deep-Mississippi with
1 She floated almost directly across the river.
loocn.ng mo oppueue anorv ai oiaugmernouse
mini, ana r'lTvai in ii ii 1 1 iiir uir 11 r h m inc. mnm.
arch,' which was there at Jhe shipyirdruoder- I
guiut ipaua uuvu iue uuutiiCM vhbbcis wno
I torn here towed into tbe stream by a ferry boat
and ca?t loose, from whence they fliied down
the river, and tbe two hulks sanx in niieen feet
DBic oiimff kit nrfpn milM.lMlutv lhA citT.
I The Empress wasowned principally in Frank
frtri. fKk..l and naril in Mi Liouisu She was
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com ma tided by Capt Bacon, who never left 1 tne
bl&ziRv essel until she was cast loose by tne
FiTtTTHviriiEi Navember 10, 1840. ) :
y,peach 4S;a 50" Molasses, S3 a SS
l ion ."IJ J tun -
I Lumn: i V 16
Yx, 121a 131
, bJ aoj
Li 4UaoU :;
Usccd $ 41 ;tdl 103
Loaf. ! . 18 a 20
Salt. I J : 75 a 00
Sack, j ,$2i a $2i
Tobacco leaf 4 a 4k
ICbUoolbas. 20 s 25
I Bale rope, 8 a l0
Whrat i new ' ' 80
Whiskey f. SO a 35
Wool. ! .15 a 20
IN parsoance of an ordr of the Court of Pleas
and Quatter Sessions for the county of Cai
arrus, made at Octpbor Sessions, 1840 j 1 will
raii -.. . h i - v-: . ' 1
ihe propertyof the estatle'pf James G Spears',
deceased, on a credit bf siimonthsat ihesCooji
House door in thr Town 0! Uoncora, . y...uji
l. A.ot Mna .lannarvl 1841. ' J
4I1C lliO J ' r 7 " ' .j . if
A mnn the number oraerea o oo mu, i , j - , . j
AmnnBj "u" -i ,, . u 1 nrcii f nnlicA arrirnd in a trw minutes, arid
boy, OREabout ?P Iff" ' ""r ratd 3m. He confused his crime. an
&MaiM0'siiian ism mm a i M -
... I lifOF n n Wr.nh rata
pA it at Rleulaifd tu weikeo the reoublican or
turbulent parly, and therefor lo insure the main
tenance of .peace. Anotnei (f which the .Jour-
xial ies Dtfhais is the nrincinal ifears that France
will baye been injured by it ib the eye of for-
eign powers, wno may regaro u as aeroonsira
tivA nf hfr intiriial divi.siuna and weakness. '
Last evening, continues the Dbats, si fiftyr
five minutes 'past five o'clock, when the king was
returning to St. ; Cloud, ; accompanied by the
queen, acdMadame Adelaide, and h as passing
slung the quay of the Toiltries. , near the Pout
de la 'CuncordeV. oppM!te' to'tbe;goaird hcuiae do
Lion, an individual fired a carbine in the direc
tion of the carriagre. I heir majesties, who for
innately were not injured, cboiinueij their jour-j-
nev. The assassin hud evidently ehoseu his dos
Riiuin ctiih th intpniion of takinsr advantat
(like Alibaod) d tbe instant thai the king wuuhjl
salute the troupe undr aims. The king, in fact,
a .i -" " t l 1 .4 In. a.
always satutes ire uuaru, fiueinei troupv ui my
line or National Guard, and iu so doing lets down
the gla&sof the carriage, and advances forward.
One of the -grenadiers vun-guard immediately
seized tbe assassin, who said,' I am not going
..... II fTki
away. .tie was i a Ken to inegoara iiousc. xur
Fronu a lVe$erri Paper. ' "
reni, uiumtuaiiug- tne vessels ana nouses a'OBg j i muin, mwiriua u 111-5
ttM I.ArA. anreadiner a faruad olars of red aranr.d f LIWOI. i0 part of tbe United diaies. not e
ven the" highlands cf tbeJlJUsdsbncan vie;ttt
wild and romantic scenery, with the bluffs of Il
linois. On one side of the rtvsr,' often at the
waters edget a" perpendicotar wall; of rock rises
to tbe height of some bundled feet- Generally
oa the opposite shore 13 a level bottom or prarie,
of 'several miles tn widih, exteDdinglto a simi
lar bloff that tuns parallel with the river.' ,
On of thMa iiarM ivinmnnMi at Almn nA
extends wi'h few intervals for manv miles alon?
the left bank of ibe Illinois. In descending the
river to Alloa, tbt traveller will sbserve be
iween that own aod the month of the Illinois.
a narrow ravine through which a, small stream
discharges its waters into the Alississippi. ibal
stream 1 tbe Piasa. Its name is Iodian. and
signifies to the lllioi, the bird that devours'
men.'' Near the oiualh of that stream, on lh?
smooth and perpendicular face of , the Wuff, at
ao t)iavauuo wnicn no ouman art can reaen, is
cut tfce Hguie of an enormous bird, with its
wtnirs extended. - 1 ha bird which thia nvme
represents was called by lh Indian lbs Piasa,
ard from this is derived the nam of the swenm.
1 he trau 1 lion oi Iba ruM ta atill rnrrwat a.
T t a . m a w m V
i mntio 1 t Uibfi oi tha I Jontr Miuimibbi.
UVhat one Silk Grouser has done Mr l imo. r u
ihy hmithof Amherst rsiced last season 157 - . . . . ... .. ., (hagmmd
filrrv biat and actuallv smkin?. It
that 1 he fir ; of the imprees might
oaenched on this side, but tbe risk to
iita boats was so it r eat. that the other crews cut
her loose. The loss of boat and cargo,; which
was principally salt, is estimated at $30,000.
iThe Monarch was valoed at .40,000, upon
which there was insurance to tbe amount of
$25,000. JVetc Orleans Picayune.
CL vunn v - . 1
n ... i--. ; .kh... hm;k. nas DeBii lai-
, ' L - ' -:tvr.iU kf whiih Nmrroes have
eu a nouso oi wM yi ( s
br cfrR.s:r??K2 HAVING TIE-
Mompimsaop o the
BVIL BIXG ' f WOUJUERLr
QliiiwsTok'eploh h:ind a good assortment 0
Stink,. ArM Pencilsl
' Vu4caVxtf0i Silver Wiinibles,
Brtasi Viiii and Sitings
. Kjdge.rjotfltif Pen ihjnves,
, .. H other ar idles in' bis line.!
i pirea in tne pesi, manner, u-u anouic ,w.
ii month nld iGftld and Silver taken in
rchascd, or in payment
declared that his name was Warius Darmes.
He said thai be was a native ot Marseilles, and
had heeo for a lor.ri time in Paris, aud was eiut
r , :
nlnvoH S II FRflTTECR IQ 3olPlin the fl llTS of
apartments.; ne was ciau to a img iroca t;ot
under which be concealed uis caroiue, tne buick
. a ati
lie is 4p
a. 14. .tola in SalisSurv for several
vears.:where" their chabrfers can be had if
.nj .,. smir . The oiber Su . yeiwoi age.
menand bop from ;15 o 20 years of age. of
rrood character and as itKeiy as.any oiobi , .o
negroes in the ?tnie oi uuui.. , .
riMl P HARRIS. ExeV. of
James li. Spears, aec o
pounds of Cocoons. He also ere w upon an acre
and a half of lnd, 16.000 Mulberry trees, from
which he fed 60,000 Silkworms. He also raised
a nnn Canton Manilla Mnlttcaulis trees from
roots, cuttings and layers, which afforded food
for 1f 000 worms and vielded 38 pounds .f Co
H in addition, raised 30.000 Canton
Mhlherrv trees from seed, the kind of piant from
wnicn ine vUineta iecu iuwi icuiumi
THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER.
IV p knn not whv we should be restrain-
. ... 7 i am;cTfc. uuic Tillages Trrr riij wriHjjiuia
ed by any false delicacy, from publishing ted, and consternation spread through ail ib
Illinois, and ia brieflv thiaV ' Manv thocsaad
moons before the arrival of the pale faces, when
.1 - '.: . ; . i
tne great magoiyax ana caasiaaon, wnoss tones
are dur on. were still Iiria? in this lacd of the
W9 ' aw: '
trrfen prairies, there existed a bird of such di
mensions that be cculd east'y carry off, is bis
lalonsa fall grown dser. tlavicg obtained a
taste w bumaa uvsn, troa that time be woQld
prey upon noihing else. Hs was . rtfal as h9
was noweifol : would dart scddaslv udod an fn-
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diari, bear, htm off ia to toe of the eaves in th
bluff, and devour him. Hundreds of warriors
attempted for yeais to destroy him, bdt witbout
success. Whole villajes were atearly depopufa
.Treaiiaes have been written and lectures
deiiterediott; eterjr branchrad departj.:c::.
nf fiverv art and science, writh but a'-.sin"!
xceht on, .vi2:lisst5r.5True certain r'rjp-
i ; ..V..'T.. .....il
sooiea nay e oecu s peuueu anu pruuuuuvw -on
this theme i but Ihet were iiicre r ! r : -
sodiet, syjiboQi otder or .cohnection. i Vc
rtsh td see or hear the subiectu treated ra-
tionallyr'pbilosopbicaUy and aly ticc!!;,
and synthetical.. ltjs a topic f xeetier.i.y
adapted to recturing a it admits of extrc l-
1 t . ill 0......n . - '
iy picasant luusirsumia uuj'pusc -loukin?
vounff Dtofeajor should cct up a
- CI w i IBB aj i"1- "t ' ' w
course of lectures of tbis. kind, for the fc
rial benefit of a r lady 'auOieDce we pre-
sume ne woutu meet witu goou encourtf
tnept, . JllnstrationSyit is well - known, s ro
tbe life of lectures ; and it would be inccni.
bent on the gentleman whoj should uudcr-
take the oeiirery oi suca lectures, to eci
plfy)the eflects bf?kisstngbri the lips of
each oT theVirls who coiiposetl the audita-
ry..rew persons euspeci hw many xs;j
ificatiouswbata variety bf details this
subject wriil" admit olV: Kilses may bo dis
tributed in at least a dozen classmcsttoas.
There is the kiss of: friendship, used hv
geniletnen in France, but in , England and
America cnieayby y.png ladies. . It u rau:
er a ttlly insign
cake-ceremony v pet iormeu pyjwo tnuivm
uala of the same sex "The kiss of love h::
oore meaning, arid ;troold itself furnish
materials for half the lectures in the course.
TKea we bave the kissof ctarifjr-ihe fra
ternal arid Sisterly ikiAs--ihe : parental anil
the filial kiss-7-lle wedding; kiss; and tho
kiss coopulsoryV which thejcbild rbestovs
ob the rod with which be i Mas been whip
ped ; and tbe kiss matrimonial, which the
husban d bestows on 4 bisVwife ' for' soc: d
months after otrri3gefAlPthelast cien
ttoned kisses have frequently some dnsh cf
bitttrnet?s.f Then we hiVe the kiss of con
dolement, nhjcb the tabtber gives her child
when he has burt himself in a kissable part.
And laatlyjwe have;the traitor's kiss, in
vented by Judas' isearipl; zai. since? prac
tised by millions, a a!o and female. Thi3
is but an ottltme. I f j a ny you n g ge n 1 1 c -
man, ujuihui;b vi aiuuiug a i otieun..v
reputatton,thinhs proper to improve on our
hints, set him anntuce itiroseii:; a lecture
roots aay bo had in soy part of the - city,
and the girts.will ftM be: backward in buy-
i o g t ic kc ts i'fl u t wjiager.
Nov.' 13. 1840 -7 wlrt
Hinge for articlei f
To Members oflfjhe approach
- 1 vL :.- EkAhind tbe earriatfe. was wounded in tbe legy
iiiwui . c . ; ;.. I ... U.n n vol QVIr4llll
He was. searched, and on his person were
Cuind two loaded nistols and a poniard. The
carbine, whidTbad hen cut short and loaded up
... .v. k.,.oi Ti ia tt..itt AiA not
IJf tut lUaUi'f il "U u'iibi. ""'J" . T
scatitr, and the carriage was hot slightly struckl
l he assassm, however, was seriy wounueo
in the left hand. His carbine was loaded wnb
several ball and slugs. "I he explosion was exj
treroely loud. ue ui me imionai ooiraui
tbe escort was slightly wuunded in tne nanu o
r a 1 a m. .... . I . .. aMna etonJini.
a slow, uneoi (or iwnuru wnu w ,.
. i .1 ' i ..- . r tki nn a! I tfibfH nl the lllini. At letb. Ouatoua. a chtet
ine IOUOWIOB jusi iriuuic ii tuv i - - ---
j r y o ir ,i-I whose fanoe as a warrior extended even beyoarf
tbe author and Poet, N r. Willis, to tne lakirjieoaftiin hiaaelf froia-th
character of the National Intelligencer.' j rst of bis tribe, fasted tr. solitude fur tbs space
?u . Register.
i Whrre is there anv better Enelisb writ-
ten in ih world than the dfil-4jtorials of
.ki N.i.nn.l InillioenA7 .e one
1 1 1 v . ....... t
poimcai paper in tne co'j
is never a vioiav"" v'
rood sense, and it shouly
cbools, subscribed for
j-tins in college, or in
is prepared to accoromiidite comfortably with
15oaru,anai juioumu, .
from SO to 40 of theit Body-hating rented 10
Ttriek Butldin? .T Mr.
'lu-'lteiv'-iJUi Alt B B Smiih, where the last Session of the M
Mt Of 0LOtVXEaVOUUita B6;as held, it will! bJ in my power to fur-
.:JL "EX: JjM r 'L.Ll,. ' :.u .i;:u-rmima to those whoarmly early. ;
:.WW 1 V "'TEUvin. engaged (the services of
Twr 'XmtoWr j ' Tr William Howard of Salisbury, wke talentalr
I ii 1 i ! . , i:....& wtl known, to attend to the ffen-
Ke, . itllii.f.K. : I J A eral fW'SJ" 7J
v ..Wi'i -"ii l-V.Petitioo for Divorce.
self that eve7 thing will be socor.uuc.cu
trive general satisfaction, u:'' 1
if 1 to thelsaVis faction of the ivonrt,
. -. . . . 54.1- .!L. . a 1 It . . - Z
iue Utfertdati,1Sarah Wcuenanan, is
tbai iBeiaid SmhfMcLenahan appear at
JfM Saperiorl Cir t .pi Law1,, to be held for
wsniv ftf Mprtt-lpVihnrtr. at the Uoort-llouse
aiioite, bn ihel fd 1 Monday in 1? eoruary
uand thsweri oisaid netition will be heard uary 1841. .;
5-" and iudumprt t a warded accordinsl?
s.jeWAiBl Kerr, Clerk of our said
i. ai (Iharlotte. the 3rd Monday
ast. A J n 1 iVin and the 65ih Tear of
r - ' " .er-awa) . . - -
h?:M. l.ii..j if. -i -i !
t?is 1 1 i.k ! n. :.... i 41 1 Qr.
1 ' a
IM4 Vet exirictcd.
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Datoes, when arrested, burst into a vioien
passion and exclaimed, Cursed carbin ! I bad
taken a good aim, but I owenoaoo u u
To the firsi atiesiion winch was addressed to
bitu, he at fi'st rcpUed, Conspirator.' ; i
What is your proi ess luu t aq exiermmaT
tor ii it rants.
Wh.t could have induced you to commit eo
horrible a crime i am ooi a nirea conspua
lur 1 followed the impulse ol my nature. i
Ei t..nr ia it mnne t:u formed tbis resolut
lW - , -j
inn ? Ahoui an hour since : I wished to rid
m-m ' .-' I ' . Mm. a a. a f 1ft. Ml A A ffi F nlTki.
uefsi twww.. vt- . a p rance ot . tne rea.eanytaut .ua. w. ... r.-
igh, Nov. 13. 1840-11 10 j jj ; D mw ,8 of luW gutore; be j has a scrowU
.nl fur. mi, mi ex Oregon of countenance.
Hisbearintr inuicalfS most determined resolu
h; nnnl is serious, and requires medical as
ied thai it will be neuessa
SlSWirec. , .
.mnntaiA tun ot ihree of htsfirfffers. a ne
paio of iue wound was so intense ibat be faint-f
Ii was remarked that af er he committed the
i.. m..ia nn aiiemot to escaue. and that
u- . m.,t delivered himself up to ihesol-
unit nulipA 11 rfii-ers who arrested bim At
eiirht o'chKrk, a hackney-coach was brought to
O a .lHAAvlsnato Awtm nA
THE Subscriber having qualified as Admin 5
istrator oflihe Estate of Joseph Cowan,
deceased . will offer fbrsaM at t he late residency
of said Joseph Cowah. onl the 5ih day of Jad
e-r Ira mtr TTTi Tv ITS 1
Bein Wwje C&iiiiren.
4 "Trrt! B-ari itili
irt E B?i i L i il ; M -
. - . -- . :
'Pamt4ojy of howan County,
I 5l this l9iUit..'f-L. . V..,. m.n lin
tt nmivis jillm',ia:d belongs to Thomas
t 7".Aiaoatrra, !Jonu ts very DiacK,aooui
4rs Cf aT. Jo; tjTrna ir. the : riohl lea. rans-
"f iwelBa slow spoken with a down
Hk&IS-V'erf 9 ' inches high. The
"? l ro 8 lorwaio, pioio pio
' f naril and take him away.
"- im. if
. -'ef7 , 'I ' are...
: o at , fodder, IMay
B?tnnU isr I 'Fools m
twniture, . --! - -
with various other artlclesjtoo tedious to neri
lion. A credit of nine months will be allowg
uPn giving-bond and .PP
purchase money ' - - - i
All persons indebted to said estate e rrquei
ted Tto make immediate pay men . as the
lion of the estate w... o- "
aence and all persons niwS J" -Ir
reouested to J present them fcr se -
tbf guatd house, he was pi.cro.in i. uSv 'lnlerfCre.
ied bv two muuuipal guards, and a si rung escort. nof in-'-cre.
o7MicrProcecded ..d followed!. AcousidJ Although mak in
arable muliiiode of f pectators (ol
1 suioert that there is twice as much
sickness in the United Slat-son the Sabbath,
as :on soy other day of ihe week? and I
am quite sure there is shout ss morn ro en
ure taken on that day. as on all the rest,
riieee alarmin facts, deserve ihe tmmedi-
me and earnest investtgation of the whole
mldical fscultv. It caimot be owing to th
rlimatr. to nnn?n i.or to ay.sudden chan
ge of temperature, because these are liable
in faffed the health, let as rouco one aay
as Another! Much less can we ascribe it
trianv anecial divine visitation, td disable
ST : .. ..
nehnle from atlendms ntlDlic worsnip on
I n t .i. . I ... . U I a rt IKd nnt
tiifi nannatn. mien (iii-v ncuio iu m,
and atiending to their secular business
- e '. - . . . I i"
from Monday till Saturday mgru. ;
The Sickness of which I am speaking,
prevails all over the country, so as to a flee i
atl classes though not in the same degree.
Tlje intlustrious, hard laboring classes are
mrfre apt to be down on Sabbath, than the
rich and fashionable. M
The latter cannot or will not afford it, as
many want the day for riding, sailing and
visiunp their friends. Ihe laboring peo-
plejin the cities, are not so liable la these
periodica? attacks as in the country ; ano
the reason seems to be the same; they
want the Sabbath for relaxation, with which
the: operation of active medicine would ee-
m eileni astonishment
Their majesties arrived ai St
ihe evening.; Some minutes
Duke and Dntchess of Orleans
a no pretensions to the
lowed tLe coach healing art myself, it may be expected ui
me that I should be a Utile more parucu
lar in showing how the sickness now under
consideration eeneraHv comes on, ana now
it is most commonly relieved, not cured,
Clocd early in
lt ihe Tutlerr
of S whole moon, and prayed te the great spirit
. - . if - . a " St,
i tie master oi lira, mat ne weuia nroieci nis
children from tbe Pias. On the ItJl Bight cf
his fast the areat ODinl aooeared to bias in a
" BP, I I I
dream, and directed him to select twenty of his
tvarnors. eacn armoa w m i Don ana Doisoaeu
iimw, and conceal them in a designated spot.
Near the place of their concealment, another
warrior was to stand in onen view, es a TictiLi
for the Piasa, which tbey must ehool the iostant
that he poo need upon his Pey When tbe
chin awoke in the morning, he thanked the
Great Spirit, and-, returning to bis tribe, told
. j Tl . :ll
iiM-m nis oream. ine watriors were, ancmy
retee'ed and placed in ambah as directed. Ou
atoga offered himself as tbe victim He. was
willing to die for bis tribe. Placing himself o
open view of the bluff, he sooa saw tits Piasa
oer(:hed on the cliff evein? his rev Uoatoia
I ' t . -. "
drew up bis mnoly form to his utmost height,
and planting his feel firmly upon the earth be
gan to chant the death song of a warrior. A
moment after, the Piasa rose into air, and
swifias a thunderbolt darted ' dowa upon ihe
chieK Scarcely bad ha reached bis victim,
when every bow was sprung, and every arrow
?ent, to the feather, ioo his body. The ; Piasa
. j. a a I
uiteied a wild, teartul scream, mat resounueu
far over tbe opposite side of tbe river, and exp'u
ed. Oua'ogai was safe. Not an arrow, nor e
ven the lalonsof the bird tad touched him.
The master of life in admiration cf the gener
ous deed of Ooatoga had held over him an in-
In memory of this event, the image of the
Pia-fa was engraved on the bluff. Such is the
Indian tradition. Of cenrse 1 do not vouch fur
its truth. This much however is certain ; the
figure of a large bird cot into tbe solid rock, is
illl there, and at a heisbt that is perfectly io-
Apcessitilp. How ami for what purpose it wts
- " i
made. I leave for others to determine ; even at
ibis day an I ndiajv-neve rpasscs that spot in his
raniie wiihourfirinff his ffuhrat the figure of the
hird. The marks of balls oo the rock are al
Near the r.lose of March of the present year. I
was induced to visit tbe bluffs below . the mouth
of the Illinois and above thai ot ihe Piasa- .My
njriosiiy. was principally directed to the exam
inaston of a rave connected with the above tra
dtiions as one of ihose to which the bird had
earned his human victims. Preceded by ao m-
i.lliifnt tiiiide who carried a soade. I set out on
my excursion. he cave was extremely Uim-
There is a Jewish tradition concerning
Msa beautifully tllaairating the ibought
that on should ever have confidence in the
rectitude aod wisdom of all the divine dispensations-!
1 -Though a fable, it is not, oa
account, tlie less instructive. The great
prophet, says one of the Jewish Rabbins,
was called by God to the top of a high '
mountain, and there permitted to ask any
questions thil he pUaced as to the govern-
ment o! the universe. in iue miaat ci
a " ' ' ; a i a .1
one n;s luquirics, ne was commanucu to
look down 'upon the plain below, where
w i9 a clear spring of.wilei;.--At this "spring
a soldier hid alighted from' his Jiorse to
dritk. No cooner than be bad gone, that
a littl bbyjeame to the place, 'etd;' finding
a purcra that the soldier. had dropped, took
it up: and (went a-way. Soon iaher there
came an infirm old man, with hoary hair?,
and weary with sge and travelling who har-
mg quenched bis thirst, eat down lo rest
by the side of the spring. The soldier, who
ha3 by this time misled his purse, letuin
irs demands it of tbe old man, who afiiirtr.3
that he has! not seen it,' and appejils to heav-
;eo to 'ettestjbit innocence and tbe truth cf
Ilia a5t-l viuil. : ; a ti pvmici tiu wviiwii"
bim, kills hira on the spdltr Moses falls
oa his face in horror and amazement that
such an event should be permitted by God.
But the divine voice thus "prevents his ex
postniatioos : 'JJe not surprised, ."tioecs,
mat the Judge o: all the earth should nave
suffered tbWTo you. there is teemiugly
no reason Why that child should be the oc
casion of tne old manV blood being spilt ;
but know that that same old man, years a
go.txxzs the murderer of that child's fallierl
Know thai in every dispensation of provi-
flennn (hnrp i some orisA !ein Z. that Tl
M V -mw w rw m w - -r ' af" W
everv one the Judge of all the earth will do
ngtlriV Jf Ubierver.
Hume, when in the flood-tide of Lis
skepticism when be bad, by bis subtla
syllogisms and mystifying logic, confounded
ihe startled theologians ana. sxjgqtea ci
vines of the whole of Christendom -ob
served that he bad reasoned until be began
ii, doubt bis own identity. The same re-
On the boolvards and puonc piacea, mo rwe
of the attempt on the Kiog's life pioduced an
i a . : sr - .' !'
ia irm Tri.1 O Vw l.:i.
;j ij.yiu ivt.i,'J uui.
lilH ATWw4"-irBf'Trriir'r vr 'kTaj-
I -w.r ,j Ulix oilers his proiessionai
5 tofhelciiizens of Salisbury and
"iV . . . : ii i net!- : 11.
h'm-i v,'HOirv.t i ilia iiuice ia ui in.
bricl buiidiog,! neaily. opposite J.
Nov. l3,'il840-8wl6 1 f 4 Ifi
.Amnir iO I orsnlf
A LIKELY N EG KU uikl., w 'I
i3L years of aSe.APP y to Mf pH -1
jxjniy w ,
SiWsbtiry. OetrlT l-SmU f
ies and wont to St. Clooofrom Viocennes m ine j exceedinalv ant to break Out again
course of the evening A consjuerao.e numoer . - - - . Q fee en.
of peers. VZ v expelled from the system.! 1 These
several memoers 01 ine oipii'j"' , 1 "-y-rf . . . i i
KTBii mcuiwyi" r 1 ... .. v "I I .ki. ..ik.nti., mmnlnm,! A little mOte
whom we remarked Lroru uranvme, me coS- iucu ,c ..u.r.v ,
Iih ambassador, repaired to St. Cloud at the wbrk is undertaken onjhe farm or 10 ih-
hnn inin can db Tjcriurujcu. o, -
f . . .
of hoarse, extra enris are necreaaij "
ture. bv the middle of the weet begins to
complain that she is not fairly dealt with
anrt ta ca for relaxation, 11 tier voice ia nui
beeded, she raises it louder. The man con-
he does not feel well, and that
rest and medicine. But he cannot
. -1- ... Tk.C.kk.if.
claim fur the support or ineir .wo separ. iuT - v r v . . .
1 i - Tii Kmw. nr. Hood. ttev. ur. DauffS. 1 is last lonruacuinB, uu iu. u cun w
and Dr Reese, bf the Meihodist -Episcopal leisure, and will attend to himself. More
r.horeht Rev. Dr. Spnn-r, ot me rresoyienan , ffecerallT. perhaps, especially in naymg
m - u. . ai tk . a f, 1 r a 1 -e m m - - ,
and Rev. Dr. Knox, of the Doicn rteiormea 1 harvest, the medicine is sent tor on
Church 1 and Hiram Ketch oro, .esq , or cooosei : . . . toornin- ag sickness, every body
r... .k. p.,hiir. Srhool Societv.all take part in toe I . j :. .u ,
o istAi&ai vu t o
dred and fifty feet on the face of the bluff, with
harelv room to sustain one fool. Ihe unbroKen
wall toa ered above me. while below was the rl
vr Altera Iopt and Dertlous ciamoering c
reached the cave which was about fifty .feet a-
;jove ine river.
mv excursion. t ne ce was eiireuieij uim- s - j , .
cult of accessrand at ere potnt of our progross mark may, with more propriety, be mace tj
r - .' I I ... U . K . . mmm BIld.KAfPn 1(1 f PTfl
I stood at an elevation or more man one uuu any one wuu u
cile the flat contradictions, ana monsircu?
absurdities which deform the page of history.
The vast herd which rs employed in brows-
ing the ample i fields o: nutory ; or in ciutr
rr)c thai immense mass of readers who
ve the river. ; ; : mnWed in disoortina themselves "
Bv ibeatd ol a ons poie, piacea t r , I : " i
lectins rock and the uVper end touching the 0 the contemplation of the varied and mZr
m uin of Ihe cave, we succeea in -"g niaceni unmi wuau -
Nothing could be more impressive than the view be diTided into JlWO classes. 1st. ThCZZ
from the entrance of ihe cavern. The Mississ ft re ttloated ty a mere carpet ha letr.-
di-a mere book-worm propensity-lo tickls
the fancy, by varied incident anannruitcj
narrative. 2nd. loose-wno onnK raiu
deeper draughts of historic lore ; ho lovo
- - . -m m mr n
history not because u is ancienr, raid
antique, but because it presents an almosl
illimitable held lot eniargea op;i.u.. ,
because the Homes of our day, the Livic3
of lo(n umr, embody the spirit oi iuej i0j
. .. 1 I I .Iv. w N
IIVUI i.V Ulil.HW mrm .
. .-.I... mJ.nl kwlMth ns I
mmma mlllnr IO KII.Mll viaiiuui m-v -
hitrh over our heads a single ceoar nonS
m.-u a..r th :n. on n(e ip wuicu va
ated a tald effle. No other boond or sign ol
,.r. -o n.v U A saboith stilinese resiea op
HID WWW - - .
oa the scene. ot a cloud was in me neaeu ,
not a breaib of air was stirring. 1 r.e oroao
viiceitsinm lav before us. calm and smootn as a
ii-. 'rh landttcare presented the same wild
i aspect as ii did belore ii had mei the eye of the
wt ne men
Tbe rout cf the
cei .T-,ed, .b..oP.( in -hich Ibe; ..it., in Ifc, oU;plet