OE3Il.LllaOl?a3?!lS, 3XT. O., IDTESIEJbiJbJS. 27, 1803.
HOLTON b WILLIAMSON,
EdITOUS AND PllOl'BUToKB.
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mil not bv ktUliUvii tu.
JJ- I'arnntitu run be m.idp to pitlirt.
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'J'-'t Ii;iib -t kW'i'tly miif.
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liu l Kc Ii if u i.r iljr tit,
M y tin u h..tr pt y mh.Ji
M"f'f tur' iule may nJI ..! nt,
Aim! rli'Utl tt.c it b r bf(. ,
Ail h.uri lt fc fr.in orri r frer,
M y tl ri hi -tiiir' li w ;
T-.-p I'lliirc m y - hntl.t (r-r,
n tine mm li.utJi ti I j,
It u t i l(udit m y p -Iht r iini ttJ d tk,
Ait-J bi uty I ue - w y.
T'i y-'un? ni y tlrcnn g M h irc in,
'I'm fut in h in l-frt
h it ( tt-unc yr ,f ii( t Vm J y
I ;u tr ti!iPhit !p.'4iii ttrv u't r ;
Tii' y fin.j Oi I mrlh in iy mronjt
'I. t'-t tUv )..uiliiul ur rt,
Aiii Hunt t r (juriti U Im tic tit
TitCif ear tli-Oi prri-iig rl.
T' f eh in.." tl of una hort ytir,
S.t tr tt'i !y lltt-y on m cm,
T i t t r n h ir.Hy dt cut tlx yi ft tit,
(tut tme aiiorl iiiuur'iful it re in J
In "nt !iit ye. r, ut jII wc I'vrt
At v in. n h.vc H .w y.
An I Inic c"ut' tin w y ot e-rth,
I j ff-lnn ul tfnghttr uav.
I i n i. i i in: i ivi: roi i v
1 Tin: two i'knnv MAititr a;k.
i "Mr l'i a-u,vit Hal, i Ui be married,''
" ant to be married what lor V
by, you cee, c don I thii.k it i rijbt
ui to be Iivi u t o 'ether tin nay any
I ' ii.-'-r, and e bae hern talking over the
, a.jtt.-r to-day, and you ee '
I ' et, ye, I see y on have been talking
fO'.i r the n atter over the bottle, and hae
i ine to a e ihelu-ion to jo t marri.'d. When
1 y J )." 1 ""ber yrx both repent of it,
No. -ir, we art notary drunk now, not
-" drunk but what we can think,
' a-1 think we are duiug right we are not
; 1 iiug a- we wero brought up to do by pious
ipi'i nt-i. W't bine been reading about the.
f u l things yo,i have d im- for ju t such poor
Jujleais as we are, au l we want you to try
j and do something lor us."
" lie.id T Can vou read ? Do vou read
i ' Well, not much lately, but we read the
Hi w-papi is, ami sometimes we read some-
tiling ood iu tin-in. How cau we read the
j hibie when wo are drunk ;''
" Di yoj think getting married will keep
j 't -- T
IJ'J'J from getting drunk .'"
" es, for wu are going to take the pledge, 1
I ' , an I we shall keep it, depend upon that. '
"."suppose you tuKe the dedgn and try
"ui nr t, ami it you cm keep it till you can
j - - - soi.ie i.i in,, niri away, aul get some
j'l.-tlie then I iil marry yo.i." j
j " No, tint won t do. I shall get to think- '
jl:'g "hat a poor, dirty, miserable wreh h I
5Ja, anu hmv I am living with this woman,
i'Iij is not a bad woman by nature; audi
,':---u I will drink, and then she will drink
cii-iil rum! and what is to prevent us?
it it we were married, my wile, yes, Mr
'")' wile would say, I hoiua- he
ml not say, l oin you dirty brute Ion t
tempted ;" and who knows but we might
ouii body yet somebody our ow ll moth-
u u n oi! a-na neu oi. )
tliu woinaii. who had been silent
I 111 her liinoilv I, nr. I n.l.i 9 , ,..i..,,l II.. , I
l. m.m Ir.iiu tlie rcj.-ui. r (ific. i..r u.ii..-.. 7 , . ullieieiitl suLer to loni- and tliat immiI ad view ton .-iv., u. I.nnb
l!n- ve.r. A.lvi'rtuM in. ntH iuTli il im.oii.iy i-f . I . ,1 . r i i ' i i . i . ii lrninir OT luoUltyil"v
: i ii . ..... f. r f i-h Im.i- K:llll . IllfUrilU Ul Bull lllllll hi 11113 PU 1 Ul viiiv.3 iihu ui.i 11 i u-a .ill ... .
qu irt. rly, t 1 '-r uure 1-r e,. n nine. rH.nu. i j liiuiei lurt her hint.-1 Xiint
. . . Jl. . . . .' It .... . I 3Jatliiln A IvOrk. v..rw t.if.i iif it I Vitnu
.,. UV' i-nnrorhnd-Sl,olvnr.l; J and lok tit our him . ' l. il - 1A PC-lul Hettl
""vr.r.:-:"r:,u.; ,l,t l.,.. ;.. .:,..,..:,..;.. n.ro-,, up.,, Turkey, k
liie rl"". "... " " 1 J UMIIMn, .nif.rvw.'flil.lfii''.IJ,ili.i. .'.'v.i..ii.A HI lb I J IJ.i; U L'MII'fl I IIJU' .
i' ars, cry ing, ".Mother, mother, I kno.v iln-re was any sympathy between the par
1 -Wiether she U alive or not, and dare iic. Hot they would not come up; they ,
' Hiqiire; Lut if wo were married and wanted to see' that couple married. So l j
"iiied, I would make her happy once 'went down ami found the sq iilidly wretch-i
I I t' mid no longer stand such a strong ap-
''. and - I determined lo give them a
' 'd. I have married a good many poor,
Vr,ti'licd looking couples, hut nunu that
l" '.,l's. -,..1 .1 1 -.1 ... .
....i siioiit-s.s, wiiiioui coai or vei, '
"i long hair and beard grimc-1 with du-t.
"! Un. I... I i .. i - .
i j "mir ui it mil ver.
i, irniiii u ii'i, . n i nr i,.i ul I u, '
"- ' the city. She wore the lii-t remains
lilt hoiimt, and aomethiiig that might
J'.'M r',r "hoes, and an old, very old dross,
"c a rich merino, apparently without nn
'Mil Vour nnnm ii 't'lieoou. Tl,....,.
Thoin.is Filing, a good true
tuuii that is, shall be if you
"in- ai.ii ,r ...
I'.ail j u .
. ,.rr" 'i.
I am eoing to luirrv vou."
I here, Mag. t told vou so." !
Ma.. If I hiii toTM.it till
irtH 'I. I !, . r;.ri1 "li
13 i ',. j - - ' J -"j ,, umin , tiiu
v """her gave me."
i i -Vj. Mag ? well I ,,.,.. p ...... ., I
J sJ uviT.t IV ll". 1 Ua,..
''Now, Thomas, hold your tongue, you l AV lint could it menu? Married them n hen
talk too much. What is your name." I worse oil '. Who were they !
I "Malildn. Must 1 tell the other Yen, 1 " Have you forgotten u !" said the wo
I will, and I wil. never disgrace it. I don t nmii, taking uiy band m her-" j an 1 dropping
minx i aliotitu ever have lieen an bud it I
had kept it. '1 hut bad woiuun who lir-t
H'li'tneu uie to ruin made ine lake a lalse
name. Il is a had tiling lor a girl to give
up lt.t mime unless lor that of a pood hut-
JJatilda Fraley. Nobody knows me
each oilier ly the right hand, and look nt
me, for 1 am oing to unite you in the holy
I If ' I I I' I.
i.oiius oi marriage I y uou oruiu.ii.ee. lo
and druiikeiiiics'i. 'J bomas, will you take
I Matilda to be your lawlul, true, only wed
" Ye, -sir."
" Vou promie that you will live wii'i her,
in MektKVs as well as health, and iiouri.-b.
tiroteet and comfort her an your true oimI
luilbful nife; th.it you ill not eel drunk,
and will rlolbe yourself and keep c'.cau ''.is living villi this woman ju-t a I (ii I.
"So I will.-' 'Nort, he thinks he eaii iclurm ju-t as well
"Never mind Btiworing until I pit as me; but he thinks be uni t take the
tbrou b. You promise to iiKtaiti tori I- ' pledge of the i-ainij man, and have hi-1 flui t
tilly from every kind of drink that intoxi- .-aiictiiiud with the huiue hle-Hii.-, ami then
eaten, and treat llin woman ki lit: I v. alt: e-
tionately, and lot- her .ti a husband -boubl
love bis wedded wife . Now all of this will
you, here before me n the servant of the
Mot lli-h In r' in the si-.d t of !od and
Heaven, most faithfully premi-e, if I cm
you this wom-.ii 1 1 be your wedded wile ?"
' Ye-, I will."
'And jou, Matilda, on your psrt, will
promi-e the Mine, and be a tiuc wife to this
"I will try, sir."
" Hut do vo'i promise all this faithfully'''
'Ye, sir I will."
" Then I pronounce vou msn Mid wiV."
" N ow, 1 boiims, jr. th" tie w ;fe, n!t- r
I hud made out th" certi fiente and idvi-n it
to her, it Ii n iiriin t'on to keep it af.-ly
"now psv Mr I'esse, nii-l let us ';o honn' 1
and ! r-nk thi- bo'tle." Tbomi felt lir-t in
l:t bam! t.oek. t. mid then in tin- left.
then bsek to tht rijht hand, then examined
I ' Why. whore i it '" s.i hhe, "you hid
.tn ''olliir- this mornin?."
" A'e, I know it, but I li-ye ".olv -ot
tWO C'-tlts this prMiill'
Ther". Mr. Fei-e,
ike them, it is all I have got in tbe world ;
I inl more ran I pive ;
Sun" f nou -h, wbif r udd he do more I
took them nnd prayed over them, that in
pirtiti' with the I it prnnv this ritip'e
mi ht he pril with er, a wii-keci,
foo'i.h prirtiee, which bad reduced them to
' sni-li poverty nnd w reteheilnf , that the
, neiii-t. r power of rum could hardly send its
j viciini- lower.
' So Tom ind Is" were trsn-firmed into
Mr. an I Mr F.t'iie.', mi l h-ivin- frown
s.ilucwhat m-iri- s.i'.er wh'l" ill the boll-e,
Sot!ieil to f'llly U'l-b-r-lTttl th-or U'-W pi-:
tion. and all tbe obligation they had taken
- For 1 few days T thou-dd neci-ionsllv of
this two fiennv marri i"e, nnd lin n it ( c-il'i"
flhsnfl ed wifli fl thousand olto-r sei nes of
writele'dnes wbieh I have viim-s-ed inee
I hive bred in tbi- entrp of the eitv misery.
Time wore on mid 1 married m-inv oilv r
roupb-s o'l.-n those who c-in.e in their esr
rive and b-ft 1 .-olden marris-'i-fee a d. !-ic-ife
w iv; of "ivin- to the nee.1v ; nt 'neon ;
all. I hid ni-ri-r p rformed tie" rit for a
quite so bv ns thif oath's tro re-n-
iiy fee, sod T resolved I never would .ig-on
At b-n-rth. however. I hid 1 e-ill for .1 full
tiinteb to them, which I refused.
" Why 'lo yo-i eofno to in, to he mi- ried,
my friend" sail I to the ni'iii. " Y so ire
I oth loo poir eve" to live - psnfe, m l 1 e-si-lei
you :ir both terrible drunkard", I
know m sro."
" That is ju t what we wmt fo l' t marri
ed for, and take l,e pledge."
"Tike that fir-t "
'No, we miit takis it all togitlur, noth
ing else will -rive us."
" Will that '"
It di I one of my friends."
"Well, then, go and bring that frietil
here ; let me see nnd hear how nim h it a-ived
him, and then I w ill mike up my miiil whit
to do ; if I can do you any good I want to
"My fiicnd is at work he ha, got a
good job and several hands working for him,
and is making money, and wont quit till
night. Shall I come this evening "
"' Yes, I will stay at home and W ait for
I little expected to see him again, but
about o'clock the servant said, that mini
ami his i r 1 , with a gentleman and lady,
wr re waiting in the reception room. I told
him to -k the gentleman and lady ti wa'k
up into the the parlor and sit a moiiieul.
while I sent the eamlidutes lor in. image
awav. beiii" determined never to unite iino-
il... ,.....,).. ..i ,U i,. .
ed pair hi company with a vvell-dres-ed la
boring man, for he wore a fine black coal,
silk vest, gold watch chain, clean while
-hirt ami cravat, poli-hed eiilf-.-kiu boot-;
and his wife was ju-t as neat and tidily
dressed as anybody s wife, and her ,ui
.1 I .- .. I . I
hcamcil nil li lutein .'.lice, ami the way in
h she clung to the iirm of her hu-ban I.
as she seenied to shrink from my sight, told
that she was a loving as well as pretty wile.
" This couple," says the gentleman, " have
Come to be married."
" Yes, I know it, but I have refused.
Look at them ; do they look like lit subject .
for such a holy ordinance! God never iu
tended those whom he created iu his own
image should live in matrimony like thi
iiiiin and woman. I cannot marry them.
"Cannot! Why not? You married n
when we were worse off. more dirty, worse
clothed, and more infovieated."
Tim Uiiumii kliriiitlf li:ti'k :i little niiii.. ruit
f :..!. t k,... .
m my lit. . r-.i w niivj i i v iitmi n -i"ii mij , nun
put her clean cambrie handkerchief up lo her
' . 1
on tier knees. "Have vou forgotten nruiiK-
cu loin and Mai;? We have inner for ut-
ten yon. Put pray lor ou every day. ;
" H you lime for-nUtu tlieiu, you have
not furotieu the two-penny inariiage. No
wonder you did not kno.v u. 1 told Matil-
not. Ilo.v could you: He wcru in rags
. uud diit linn. Look nt us i.oiv. All the
Il .' . . 1 a . ..
we-Mug- oi mat ple'igo, and t.iat hiain.iic
home; and oh, .tir, tln io ii a cradle in oar
bed room. 1'ivc hundred d.i'lari in tin
bank, and 1 bball u Id as much more in si
week when I Ii ui-- !i inv yh. So miieh I
one year of a auber liu , and a faithful, bon
e-t, goyd wile. Now, tlii- man i u-i coo 1 a
vuiikuiuu as I am, only be is buund down
with the L'alliiiL' fi tters of drunkenness, and
i uin a toon resolution , ami .UaliiO.i uno nn
to walch over them, I do belietc
v,,i,,,i:.i . . i ,i .
mean-. 1 married them ; and as I shook
bands with Mr. Filing at iiarlin.', In
two cuius iii my bam!, with the siui'd.: re
inaik that there was another tvv o -penny
mariia-e fee. I was in hope- that it n i lit
h ive bi en a cu ip!e of dollars t!ii- linn-, hut
1 -ai I iiolhiiig, an I we parted with a mutual
tie! ble-s you. When I wil.t up -tails
I lo-sed tin- e ii us into my wile's lap w ith
the remark, "two peniiie- s.ain, my dear. "
" I'wo peimie,; V by, hu b ni l. tin y are
ea.des, real -old i-k.-ii-. Vv'h.it a deal of
go i 1 they will do. vVb.it 11
tolio.ved that ,n t. '
' And will follow the pr.
pledge is (aith(u!:v kept. Ir
it. if the
.iv, hi- i- a
r-sult of a I wo penny
LOVF MAKING IN uL!F.N TIM.'-S
Iu the hi torv of Im- I loo! aoouis ate
vry lon and emiou.- direction (or lu ihinj
love. In the ieiii oi l-l.uabt tii, t ie i ol.o-.s mo
pi ai liees prevailed : "
: ' Ilay nig v. il n I he iitt.e
lallianee; sitting or King
tin 'er iu aim-rou'
Ht the fei t ot tin ir mi-tre in ball-room ;
looking sugar pi un- in tln ir eye, a- lii y
ealleil cifatii; roely and ninoioit-ly into
ea eh ot her ey e-. 'i iiey al.-i ei hi I iled their
pa--i oi p.il lic'iy . A pendant lot k ot hair,
oi ten bitted and tie I w ith lii bin, an 1 ban g
iug at the car, wa si fa-bioiial le in the aje
ol Shak-peari , and a I !. r .v a r ! -, t h 1 1 I 'ii ir ! -I.
and many oi 1, i - e. oi i ti.-r Wore them
'I his lock wai win on the l. lt -i le, and
bun; doivii i oii-ioei ,, . y
i e -t of the hair, s oin time
die, Il wa- supposed to
eau-iug vi deiit I jve, and
l'n i. eh ei. torn. Y i- w
tale it. 15 irton adds loll,
I ipgi r ill. i n
even t) the
a v e t in- i lb c
e i r-
ia- oi ii ii u i ;y
"e n.aoe to i i
i ..- ; i .. a ll j i
er wol li in the ear. Ki - i ug the eye- vv a -main
ot i xl i aor: i nary t. -ii.P-riie . In l!
I n e pai t d the st a v vv a a nciei.t ; v i j oe
if, where ivonieii u -t nn'v ei:ii-d li.e h
ti ls aiel token-, bat even their in -h -v ai
in. it' ll d- lor in t die-vvoi ,;. V, h. n ni-M.
In-lit stay wen- worn, Lmr-
nil r.iry i.in-r- im i to, m. li a w
a Ion- btter in the bo-un poele I,
-.11:1.1 p it
it vv a- a
ul - w 1 r
I i ii
- j.i -."
to I, I II id a!h ciioll. VV liio.l
w ,iii ly pei-ons iii-.-ppainlc
po-ed (t,,iii the tree s pi oin ol
the famo-.i- pa --age ii. tin ' :
i in !
u g cl
el iie a.loive ! to lov i r-, a .1
mate aeo 1 illit.lin e, iu tin- til
bcth and Jam-
, were Very la.
ors i-r-v. u i::iy.
A mo-t curio i ami int.. ic-ting ui co.viv
has ju-t bun made at Fin.iv, 1 i.iin-.-,
which we have ll do-bt vviil e l I e a -ei-n-tiiie
inquiry a to the material and propei ties
of the perpetual burning lamp-, -:;i I lo h ive
been u-cd by the aiicicnl-. V'orkim-u were
recently exea val: n g It a foaieiahoii It a
new boil ling, in a dt bii-, evideiit'v the re-ui.iiii-.
of G 1 1 1 1 . Koiii a :i c reel ion vvn -i they
came t tin- ro d of an uu b i-gro ni I ort of a
ea e, wbieh time b a re inic red of almost me
talie hardness. An opening vv i elbeted,
vv hen one of tho workmen in-t nil!;, exclaim
ed that there was a light at the bolt on of
the caveiii. 'I he p.n lie prc-ei.l e-tered ;
In ll they found a hi n.ed . p i.el.ral .ai.ip
ol i em.ii kable vv oi k man-hip, s,i pen I, 1 i'lmu
the rod by chains of tin: s.iije Until. It
was entirely till, d by a c i.ii-'.i I, , -u'i-slain-.-,
w hich di I iiotann a r lo h i e di or u -
idled, a'ltho l.h
iy I - t a. il I u .
oi for a .'es.
combustion ha I l.eeii g
I hi. w ill, e ti n t, thro
subject whi, h li-s eau-i
'On - I
g learned antiq 1 11 la.i
IIAM ND Ni-iCKI.At'i:.
A rich case of jewelry i on exhibition at
i- Crystal F.ilaee. Among the al tides i
lieeslaee, containing thiitv ei.bt pearls.
Weighing "- grains and one iiiamom
weighing CI grains. The di i I i v aiu ..-
at -So. Mil an I the vvh lie at n-il.
llKl'LY TO AFSTKIA.
Secretary Many , it is said, is bu-i!y em
ployed iu drawing up an answer to the Au--tii.ui
pi ouuuciuiuciito about Ko-la. It will
j be a paper, a la Webster on 1 1 u'-ciuami.
j Hich ground will be taken, ami wilhal ex
I eoriating. It will be ad.lre.--ed to the Aus
j Irian Miiii-tcr at Washington.
DIAMONDS IN CANADA.
tjucbec Mercury says that diamond.-.
as well as goiu, are loumi ni uie i naii.tiere
mines. M. dc 1! tterunind bus one ol them
" of the siz-- of a liHn-tl," mi I valued at friin
Xl.-J W to XI ,)'-.
1JV TUB FRANKMN.
The Ttva on tii Tlhki.su Qukstion.
The London Tiuiea of the 2ytli ult. repro
bites the course pursued by the Forte iu
i!i laying o lon; its assent to the propo-ilion,
and iu requiring any alti rations which may
ieau 10 luiiuer uiihcui, ami L'lve the i'ui-
p.-ror of Uu-sia J.-.lber pretext lor with
' . . .
MS UCCeptailC J he
the onus of inter
einent bein ' thus
'land and France
would be justified iu withdiawim- the com
IXA !. Queen Victoria, Friuce Albert
and the Uoval l'ri.,e.. l,,.l
' cent and enihu-ia.stio r, c ption at Dublin,
. . . . . . ....
on the occasion ul their n.-it to the l.xhibi
in that city-uearly twenty thousand
per-ous were present iu the building
Queen s first visit.
After lfiivitir Dublin, it was stati.-d tie
Jueeii would visit O.-tiiid, to Coiiu'rutulate
the Duke and Duchess de lirabanl ou their
l'ltAM E. The French Government ha"
...'made cnorinous purchases of breadstuff's at
I Odessa. The price of wh -nt varied from
! 1 e. 10 i oi. c. per iKLijliirc
freight was from Of. to Inf.
The now f.ivorabb; declaration of France
as to her crops was scarcely believed to be
true, iu the face of the v-ry laive purtiia-es
of corn effected on account of the govt rn-
meiit iu London and oilier markets.
Al sTlil A. The Tn i.-to journals indub.'e
in .-pi dilations resnei tin-.' the objects of the
liussian im-n ot war which have touched at
Hong Kou.'. They are supposed to be sent
to c i-op, rale with the America ns iu briu.'-
ing the lapauese to their seli-es.
Ulssia ami Tl kkkv. M.ihmoud I'asha
declared iu tie.- Divan of the 1 7 th Augu-f,
that " he would divorce lis wife, but would
not advi-e a di -honorable peace with Fos
sil." This is an cxpr -s-iiu of th" stronge-t
kin! in ue amoug.-t the. Turks. Kvery day
-lis a tirmd Council, and yet no result is
.u rived at. I he in n gnatum among the
Turks at what they f.-rin the t:
III alli.-s who with the.-i signed the sol-
inn treaties which were to guarantee the
inti i.iity of Turkey, is cou-t.-mtly expn-s-ed,
and Kiijand comes in for t be 1 irge-t share
of ahue. A deputation bis ju-t arrived
from ii.'l'.K) Christian ol' iJ.ilgari i, offering
tln ir services to tbe Sultail again-t bis en:
tiii.'i. The Trie-fe Gazette sUtcs, nv he nu
tl.ority of a b tier from Selniu il, that 1 J.-iHO
Albam-se, Miridii.-s and t reeks, bad re
ciived j,i riiii--ioii from Oiueil'atha to erve
as the advaiie," t-uard of tie army of the
Danube, thus shownig the de v -.1. dm- of
the Cbri-tiati- t i the cau-eof the Sultan,
au l al- ) that the efforts of he Kuian t j
gain parlizaiis anioii the CLri-ti.uis of Tur
k' V are unav ailing.
Nui k. i-r thk FuL.it Iiwi::s , traits
late ti -mi t'u.. original, in tin Louden Times
Ol September 1, II 11 " UUt'jeltie copy '' of the
nop- apptoved by the four I'ovvers iu con-lelelli-e
at A" io tlll.l , and DrupOsed siiiiikaue-
Hi-l v l ) l! i-ia and the Ssblime Forte :
'" Hi- Maje-ty the Sultan, having nothing
more i,t heart thin to rc-stabli-h between
him and hi Majesty the Iinperor of Kussia
tin- relations of good ncijhhor'hood an I of
per cet under-taii liiig, vlich hav e, unhap
pily, been changed by recent and .aiiitul
eon plications, has care-Illy taken the ta-k
of -eekiug the mean- of tll.icing tho traces
of thi difficulty.
' A S.ipri Iride, d -1 , hav
ing ma le Kiel-'. II the Impirial lieci-ioit, the
Sublime Folic leiieitates i-elf on !-. ing able
to e imniuiiieate with hi-ixeelleliey Count
Ne-selrode. If at all tines the liuiperors
oi 11 i-si.i h.ive le tiued heir active solici
tu le lor l he maintenance t the imiimiiities
an I pii, lieges ot the Urth-llox tlici k ('i.au li
in lue I 'itomaii Kuipirr, the Su.tan have
i T I
1 to eousecriie them anew- I y
iv hich have ;! -ti i tin ir an-ii-tant
goolivil! to.varj their
stv. the Suit, n Abdul M-ljid.
ci- 1,1 a.
I'll I i ! i.lil
- Hi.- M
reigning, auniiated bythe same' di-po-i-
wisuiiig to give his .iijetv, the l-..u -
ror ot Lii-sia, a proot ui m mo-t si
e 1 1'e
h ieu -l-hio, an 1 i iilertaiuiii; unlimited conli
ileiiee iu the euiitielit quiiltics id his augiis
fri.-ud and a'.lv, has ilcigiml to take iiiti.-e
j;ou- cou-i Ii ration tbe riuie-ent atioii
which hi- highness, the Fiii.ce Mi u-eliikoi!',
wa rendered the organ irur tho Suiuimo
idei-sjgned has i-oii.icciuentlv re-
ciic-1 order to declare ly !hee pre-ent
th it lh'- Government of hi Maje-t v I h" Sul
t.oi vviil remain faithful to he letter and to
tae s.',iit ot the stipulation- of the treaties
o I Katehiili Kamardji and Ad nauople, for
the p. ot ojii ui of the clni-l iii religion, and
th il hi. Maje-ty regards i, as a matter of
honor to cuu-e them I i be o-erved for ever,
and li preserve them from all violation, ei-
thcr in ll
pre-i nt or tue titnre, the enjoy- 1
meiit of the i.-l
hgiou priv il ges w Inch were
ace irded by th
augu-t sncestors of lii
-. Maje-ty to the Orthodox lla-tern Church,
. ami which are maiut iined iiiid continued by
' him ; ami, inoreo, i r, in flu ino-t equitable
spiiit, ti allow thetireek ('j iieh to p.ntn i
pite in the privileges rouccved to other de
1 liouiiiiatiotis nl l hi 111.10- ht conventions or
j -pi ci-li a.reelllelits.
" I-or the ret, as the imperial lirninn,
which has been granted to the Patriarch
and the Greek clergy, ami which e intain
t In- confirmation of their reh :ious pn i ih-ge-,
mii-t be regarded as a now proof u
noi l sentiments, and as moreover the pro
claui.iiioil of that firman, which gives every
security, must dispel f -r ever all upprelien -
si, tu io reinir.l 1 , tbe Greek rile u hleli i
the -di ion of His Mai, slvlhe Kmpcror. I
i......... ... k.. ..i. .1 "..oi, ti... .!,,.
.till ii.ii'1 J ue: I uai-i -. ,.,vm v.i. un,,
making the pre-ent uotilicatioii. As to the
guarantee that, in luture, nothing shall he
I changed in the places of vi itatiou at deru-
-iileni it results from the finnan embodied
iu tU J2iiu.ll.KW or L Is-tb Ftbra-
ary, 1S02, rzphtincd nnd corroborated by
other uriiiiii.-, that it i.s the foi mill inteiilioii
of bis Majc.-ty the Sultan to cause these
sovereign decisions to be executed without
any alteration. The Sublime I'ortc further
promises officially that it w ill make no modi -
- hcution in tile condition of affairs without a
previous under.-tandini with the tiovern-
incuts of Frnnce and Hu.ssia, mid without
any prejudice to the different Christian eoin-
" in case the Imperial Court of Rus-ia
demands it, a convenient locality in the city
of JeriiMilein, or in fho environs will he as-
- i l""e" 0r . -"J''-tl u'tllJ" o1. " 'UrU to
1 Kji liiin.A-ii-il.il t.t !..i iiul..l.r.iliiii rtf 111. It .a
i i- vt-n-inmiuu ui isuui:
- ' 0 ' "n--i iti ecclesni-ties, and ol
0,uiai ior uie muieni or oick jnigriuis ol
- ! '"a r"u:,mc ' 0,le eupagv ny tnev
j prc-cnt-i to subscribe a solemn act w hich I
! l''""-" un.hr the spe-
1 -urveillaiict- of the Consul (Jeueral of
i , , ;! '" 'J"',""1 I alestinc.
I li I hi. iiiiil..'.i..i.,.il ' V .i
- 1 , . ,, " ' '
: -v ."" . " '" w'as """'ned at I on-
- 'l'f,Ji 1 l" umiiio, ui men ine
iatria-clis were summoned to attend. It
will be remembered tint the answer to th
leiitia note was despatched from Coiutanti-
n p!e ou the l-th of Aui'U-t.
Damhi.w Fiusvirw.iTiK-i. The news-
p:lI-rs in the l'i -ini.-ipiilities have been ex-
pressly loihnlden to luake iinntion of the
veiui-nts of the lroojs, an 1 the uierchants
":n,: ,H'''" "ilornifd that they must not, in
; ineir touimerciai coi respouut-uce, maKc any
'mention of military matters.
''" 0,i quintals of merchandise and grain
'passed the Suliua mouth iu the month of
Aci-ounts from Wallachia agree as to the
"nbeailhy state of the liu.-sian troop-, and
"nleeiiug ne eet ol their eomlorls show u
') " superior omeers, w no treat tl, em as
mere machine-. 'J In-y were observed mar-
ediing into l!ueliaret under the burning;
heat of a July sun, sweltering under the
iou i oi ineir great coal-, winter clothes,
an I heavy knap-acks, many of them from
tiuic to time dnqiping ou the road through
fatigue. Typhus fever tommits great rav -
ages among lucm.
Iiai.v. A telegraphic despatch from
1! niie. dated Augu-t -' J, says that the Gov
ernment bad resolved to appoint a t-ommis.
uny me coii-pii uiors arresieo un me
i-Mu uiiuiio, ami tnat other arrest had
taken place at diil.-ieiit points of the Kumau
DkLoii m. The riots at Leige broke out
ou the -JUih. A large body of workmen
and women on that dav !isenibl..d ,.n the
1 ual de la liatte, where a -peeies of corn
maiket is h.ld. Their iueii.ieing attitude
create I eoii-idt-rable alarm, and the author
ities called nut the gens d armee, who were
received with bind bi-.-t-s.
Iu a few minutes tbe populous streets in
the vicinity sent forth their thou-aiels of
opei ative-, who, iu -j.it..- ul the remon-tran-ci
s and ail the attempt of the armed force,
would not di-per-e A manufactory of anu
on the (Juai D Avoy was broken open and
a q lantitv ed lirearuis were rc-.aoved. Great
cxcte'.iK 1 1 prevaileJ, bat tranquility at
lcti.th was re-tored.
II V TIIK NfAHARA.
!y the telegraph fioui Halifax and I!os
to i we have the following- further advices'
brought by the Niagara to the 3d hist : j
I he K:i-t
ril question Continues tO wear
the same uncertain a-pect a- ever. It is
doubtlul if the Fmperor Nicholas will at--
cept the ult:in s modified note.
'I he grain market is every where singular
ly l'-u ri-b.
F-.oi.AM). There is nothing politically
important stirring iu Kngland. The tj.ieeu s
movement- in Dubiin occupy the new-paper
column-, where it is duly set foitb how Ire-
laud is in a feveri-h state of loyalty, an I
that the presence of tbe Sovereign dispel
those mi-ts of ignorance and prejudice which
had .-ui-cn at tli-j tod uf proli's-ional agitator-.
The tjaeeti had visited the Fxhibilioii
two or three times, witnessed the review of
eight regiment- of troop-, nnd paid a priv ate
vi-il to Mr. Dargau. at bi- lio'ie at Anville.
!he sicklies- at N"" i b an- had excited
inteii-e inlei i -t ; and extracts from the I 'res
ei ni, Pelta, aii-l I'icay iiii-. were -j 'ing tUa
rouu Is of th,. Fug!i-h piip-r-.
A railroad c .llision had happened in nr
Lon loii, in which the L T-l May or, the
lii-hop nf Line oh-,, and other respectables
were con-i-li-rably -liakcii up, but n-'t M-ri-ou-lv
An anihassailor frotn Morocco is rxp-.-eted
in L '.I'loii t ! settie tho diffic allies b-.-tvveca
Dritaiu and M iroceo.
Fit AN' i: App. araiices in the Fr-Mieh
mai-iiv t- iiiiu-iilc a fni-ther reaction iu bicad
stull's, alt'-r the recent exiraoi dinary up
ward moveineiit. The price of bread w,i
not to b' r.ai-ed dining the I i-t fori nig lit
September. lopots -ay that tii'- hn'vi-t
in I'laoee ha- proved b.-ttv r tbau va- ex
pected. A slight em-it.' occurred nt Ivemic-. Urit-t-uiv.
re-peeting the high rate of e i-ioin
an I indirei t lax-, which show a million
and a half of franc- ov er the com j, ju-. ling
month of List year.
Prince Mu.at had civen a
! inner to fil
iate, al Mar-
idTeers of the uuibei i i'.id fri
!Cs AP TuitKKV. I'll-
affairs i that a meeting .
t the 1 1 1 and
Council wa- announced for the -oth, but mi
demand of the ambassadors w a- held on the
1-th. The Patriarchs attended, and nt
that melting the note drawn up by the.
w:is accepted, with the modification j
which follows. It was then -cut fV to t In-.
Czar, and would reach bun August ;t-t, so;
that no answer could be received for some :
1 1'he following are the nioditicati uis of the ,
note of the tour I ovver-. 111-1-1,1,1 ,.u t,y l ur-,
. kev. (See above lor original note.) j
! Fir-1 For the worship of the Orthodox '
1 1 : iwl; t'liiireh the Sultans have ne v er
,-e.ise 1 to watch over the maintenance
.1. , : ....I i,rU ;i c of that nr.
ine i in ut mi, i.. . ii..-. - ... - - -
lnp, ami ol mat V uureu, in uie 0111-111:111
Fmpire. and to eoutirm them anew by sol
emn act. Ac.
Second The Coi'imunieslion".
1 I'Lfvl Of S-vHikii JB,-. lviei-vfj!, oHJ-
1 .- . I . I M ..1. I. . .1 . II..
tinned by that of Adrianople, relative to t l.c
protection by the I'.ji to of tin: ( hri-tiau
Kourtl And make known that His
Majc.-ty i he Sultan,'' Ac.
1 Filth " Tho advantages nreordod, and
which may be aeeorded to other CLrb-tiaii
- Mutters rest there, notwithstandinir no
assertion on the l'aris lJour.-e that the Sul-
tan had concluded to forego the amendments,
provided : First That the four powers
would guarantee against any new lin-shn
demands. Second That an order tot-vac-
uat the pr.neipaluies he .ven bctoie an
urn .a.yml..i I..... . 4-... I . t' .
.....i.iuaa'ivi iubih vuii-iaiiiiiiiijiiu lor C-l.
, -i rumor is o.-iiiuui; srounu mat i! lius.-ia
, evoeuaie.s u,e pi nicipaliry, Mie will ili-msinl
irom i hi hey me . ::pi ns,-s y, the ..eciipatn
Friendly autograph letters bad pa-sed
between the Suitan and the Kuiperor of
A DM lit A L CiH'KlU'liN.
The late Admiral Coekbiirii, so Xi es-ive-
ly lauded by the London Times, irets s
' lir-t-rate notices " tlii- jde ol the water.
for his atrocious conduct duriti" the last war.
J lie National Intelligencer, w ho-e publi-hers
had their printing office sacked al tho burn
iiii: of Washington, in which Cock burn bad
a hand, says :
" He conducted the British naval opera
tmin in the wuU-rs of the Chesi'peak dining
mat war, am: with all ullowante lor the m--
arily harsh aceompauimeiits of war, w
ure sorry to say that those operations were
often attended by excesses which reflected
no credit on the commander who ordered or
sanctioned them. They were such eeitainly
as to exciie a dec p indignation tht oii-dnm!
this country, and esneeialh in this eitv.
. . - - i j .
m re uis grentesi act ot t aodalism wa
committed. We refer to the-e things now
only as a retrospection due to the oeca-ion,
unprompted by any remaining bitterness on
our part, nltliou-li we had more pcr-onal
cause perhaps than any other individuals ll-v
resentful feelings at that time."
' A TI1KILING SCKNI-:.
A few days siiii-t-, as the ixpic-s train f.r
lialt.more was passing the vicinity -if N an
num s cr. ek, at the rate of forty miles an
hour, a bonifying .sight was witn. s-e'1 bv
charge of the train. A iiiau,
lishe! iuii, inhabiting one of
tl,c Mantle close by, who wa- laboring .
bad thrown himself up-. u
the rail, for the pnrp i-e of .-elf d.-trueti.,ii ;
ion io ieuiaies uav lug ili'avvn nun on, we re
engaged iii a dreadful struggle to prevent hi
again throning hiinsell before the train. 1 lie
had a deadly gilp of hi- leg, vv bile the other
was kneeling upon his brea-t. a- the iron
horse went thundering by, ju-t i razing hi r
clothing; indeed .-o close was she that her
own ee.ipc from in-tant d.-ath wa- most im
minent, 'j he vv hole scene oeeapied but an
iti-t-int, and scarcely any of th.. i,as-( ngci
i ...... i- i i , . ...
of the calamity that ha.
Those who witue I it
burr .r struck, know ing the linpo-sibil
prevent the dc-t ruction of all three, i
inches nearer the rail. 1
A London P-mer state that a m-n: -it
Low t h offers to -i-celid the spire uf St. .) aim '
Church, which is "'!.- feet li-oii the gioimd.
to repair the weathercock. Lut the ch-.,,i.ii-
wardens re 1 use to a
Mercury say., that
t.....i . -T !.. lw..:.. 1
ow ii i in .
ur or ii
1 he ."Stanford
'; asi'eijt- have
', out of b',-av i-
mo-t extra ir
on the "uh of
' Spire Smitii,"'
cell le: li- v. ,iui ii !.': tneie- r
lo or a drunken frolic. Th
linarv feat of ail took plac
vi !,eu a in, ui
scaled the mi
summit of. tue
health, thiiVV ii ei vv r
oriipipe, turned roil!
danced a h
i re oi k sev,
the vane, (
sal 1 v .
I the U
ef t i
w hi re be
tied his IK'ckeigh
left it.) and i'e sc--
Went In (
r two since two "fHeers of thi
ana l. i for tin- I-,-t -a A .-ei
I. ,r to
c; nut "ifeiter-. In e
i-mued the rogue and
ot a cou-iderabie q
-iiey, a, i 1 no hrile
! V e!
i i. ncc.
when tile b a h r of the
ng, by a -firewd
put into pri-uii.
.vie ii they were
movement, had the officers
A ii i-xpla nati ni w a had,
Si'.ci at.'d. In the lue.iiilim
toe real rogue
TIIK l'uKTMY t'F TilK IU
one spi'iiking in liie ueari
is I,, .
I '.liliel Web-t.-r. !' tin sal hii.
e ' H i Te-t nnciit. tie- latter im
.I ri .u-ly remarked, " Ah in
n-tiy of Isaiah and ,lob and II.
. .itiioi i.i-li e 1 : but w hen y i ha
i.ive, -.At y - nine S cai -. y ei w ill .
i- 1 111. or tub "iiai t, i uf .1 dni
r one of ti,,- ip;-!.e-, tli.ui l o
V Of tliL l'.iblC. '
iv i l.i l e
t r t
SKI 7.1 111' OF IT-UING 1--11.-The
ei,o.--inr . I, line- llix ha- arii.id
l!o-t m from the li.iy .-I I'm!, nr. lb r cap
tain 1 1 p.-rt- that the Aim o n-an -eh. . m r ( , a
Z. lie, "1 Delllli-, iil-o thre i, . nn r- ei NeVV
buiyport, M l-s.ichu-i tt-. aiel thr. .- v, -ii
ol'Cape Ann, hi i c been i i.i 1 by the lrmi
upon the charge of v i-d.ititig tin- ti-le'ig law
Ail th" above vessel- were taken u'i Fox riv
er. The al! nr has cau.-e 1 no suiali iSigr
ST U ING oF i:"I.
One of the bc-t -eric- ef pan-
were ma le by t .u, I. W oit, told,
dav, having been indulging 1:1 hi"
amu-eaicnt. was told that he ought
to be j '''.
" P 'iis"n' '" said Cab-b
if I w a
ishe-1 for ou r; I ..'..", I w
X pelli Y -!' 1 t) U':o at
III V t"I
A CAl'ITAL THING liY AVILLIS.
I A W asbiiiL'toti corre-pondriit of tlw T, i
! liniic t.t accused the I're-iikniof dies--!
'"2 rat1-r loppishly, and auiotij; othi r
i thin-s ,,f having ' his hair oiled ami curled
alter the la-hion of N. 1. Wiliin," Mr. W.
makes tin: following ex.lanatioii in a liule
at the lout uf an aiticle in '.be J.'u.nt J-jm-
" first, the humble bend which bis F.i
cellemy the l'i e-iilt ut is thus an tin nticaliy
tlrlarnl to have selected torbi-suwu imi
talion has hitherto km n no cxlernal cul
ture or i lebelishini ut l eyond a daily souse
in cold waternever, to niy know leH,je-, '
havin-.' been touched b oil, pomatum, curl-iiU'-ll-jid.
em liiik-toiiL.'s, or olher undent ait
or einonii nt. o, it ha- never know n even
the lii&uvy of hnir-dre.ssin or barber, bay
iri been cut. Irani boyhood till now, when
ever and wherever it lias intouveliientl y
lon', by sciv-nrs iu my own bands. 'J ,
it-- daily "fiir-n riou as a model for tbe Pres
ident (ih .u-h I was wholly unaware, hith
erto, ut cm r having been seen by bis Fx-c'-llci.pv)
i- jieriuiincd without trest, plutm:
or livery, it being known to my friends and
neighbors by tin: eovcriiig ol a straw hat
which -tiavv hat, I may add, is l0vv near
the c!(s of ils wear for a sie.,ud summer,
ami was I. ought iu tin: village of .N-wburL'h
fur i i-.ltin cents.
"Pear Ivieivis tf I he X i ihii nr ( J'
like to be
bclicved to gl ow old. ill
eouiiii v iu r.iiy w av, I inu
i ve ley
i'ui'-e have the wi of my
eh-d as a cony tor the IVesiilerif
though I would rather it were the inme
that were a Copy f,,r the -chouLl.uy. f you
(ill strew my -.eluded path w ith" mistaken
o.se.v, however, I must be i-.M-it.-cd for such
drops of i" biography as the truth com
pels me to distill.'1
'I be following g0,l tfjinr is from flic North
Wtsferu Gazette, a baiid.-ouie paper publish
ed at Galena, Illinois ;
MODKL KAILUOAD CONDFCT'f ii;.-.
It i.- not enough that we punish vice, but
we should reward viitue. it is not enough
that we rail at worthies railroad conductor.-,
but we should commend those who do well.
The Cleveland IK raid did right in bringing
P. the notice of the public the uianliiiess ,?(
the conductor ..u the fgilciisburg road, who
a few days ago halted his train three hours
waning lor th.- opposite (rain lo pass. In
answer to the importunities of passenger-,
he told tin in be " should not adv a nee 1111 inch
till In- beard from the ea.-tcrn tiain, though
he waited a week." Another in Ohio was
u-.Ii-red l- the Pri.id.i,t ot the i"ad 10 go
on, aliho-i.h he knew a train w a- due which
was entitled to the leal. '1 be Conductor
-ti pped Irom the cars, and (old the President
that if he wi-bed the train to go ollt ,, 1;,,.
Pje-ideiit mu-t run it him-df. 'J he man
who is ! -r of a .cii.iiei-.-imcnt capable of with
standing ail iii.puitu'iilie- to proceed, when
be ha- go n iva-on to -n-p, ,-t daiigi , j t,..
way ol g. j.,, ,vard, -old n ,t occupy for
a in-., nil, 1 liie po-t t,i rabroad
It Oll.-'l 1- ,j nr, .
lb give i,f both
to avoid doing
tquiv ah'iii t 1
in -I al - : 1 I pi
that, vv hi, h,
y -i--.il cui. 1
when dope, i
- in railroad
11. cu, but n..t that
k.lld v ilia ii
its hill nn.
-v 1 : 11 1
A NFW D!
he r Vi-
siu im Inns ui
on a in vv stv'
in iking fho
vvai-t- of ladies' dii e- :
' We s'i -v ! i.-t week a lie
vv ,: . r 'r hi,
lo,,;,-.. or ' ba-'j i" w ai-t-vi-ry
ilea! an I ta t -tul. it i
w Inch i ! ) cur.- on --half
V sty ie ot making
c.il.ed the ' puik.i
. Fe-ides, being;
the ' eathi'licaii
the ' female dis-
ea-es w ii:c,i no.v
l I's Oi' Jelt- ht Uie
ipy the inventive pow-
makers. Instead of
ing tu- wai-t into th- shape of a funnel,
or a saw log, ult, 1 tin- -lab takt 11 off tuo
si b s, jt j, e-ut in graceful curves to lit the
11 it'irai oi m of the w.it hi ij lite long,
coiiiilig (io'.vii on the h p, and w ha'i bolted,
so that wii-itevcr j 1 -iirc th.-re is conies
up 'ii I 1 ,l and hqi-boiic.
ing th- portions of the p( r
is p-.il.-ing but the haeki.01,
iatt -iiiies liuiii b, ing eru-he
entirely lehev -11
vv here there
to protect the
iii!-' PK.Y-'P IN -'.
t in of th
11 qile-tl 1:1 of s.,U,i itjtore-t li
t be pending bcf.,-rg tii- Secrc-
r, v iz : n lc-ther an appli
te 1 fur gi'hintrv. iu an
cant w ii . i- br
iu which be revive the wound for
he i- t 1 be i..'11-i..he.l, i- tilt. tied tj
i iiie 1 al the rank which he held wLeli
. ,!,i '.
the brevet rati eoiiierrel
' l lilhV -til
' n bog,
- grow ing eit of
p. 11 -liits in all ot
t!.. m c u
'.Use. lor the gre iter
1 would be d -,, under
It strik.-s 11 h 'vveve-r,
ie law to j i-tity peii-
i I 1 ,
-I pen -i m. vi iiie
en a-ed rank,
is nothing in t
g them at all.
tln-v may have
th.'iu tiiat in
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, I thill tl
I V 111: le
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iii, i.t am .
I- : 1 ; ii,
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uc -ii-.ii , ; 1
i'ii as in to
p It t
get bait I
a p.-r-.'pt:ve h sr fr-t
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the ne; -lib r
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