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iSk U GioUoa more than
ifPpsaW publishing a ndws
lllii ptacq to he galled tlie XatoW
JFFl&S Athejts Speecii.
i iarire porlion'of tliw day' 1 paper id
JildineT jTenf tol hinrii at Athetjs Jh
ifigft.fiH i. apwatfce in iprintrandj ex'
Sali4-iSn' ta have heei raised so highjthat
njft dBtlesi tenijsr jn acceptab serrice
talibsff ijBrlrea'diers fer' :t?pWcincr it in our co
kmswIoclSis Ms ntk hf Mt. M'nnffie in
ImwIcIkwI M Southern ' rolitlcians; and
yithlMtJrhation in . which hist honesty nd
mi ail hell bv all iboifknoir: bfnfe that it U
ittjrplr4slth Jblie should he chrioa3 (La see
p&tMfeitlie his -belrtablj? t ahed on the
aacaanraf coeirtne nwcare naa Riousca wnn
tolcfta'iejrbK-tP W -'breschtih? th J-Speech
ahHB'H00?0! tro emarka Which
i berasal ha5ijwef odV i i "4; i ": L''
':enJew M timesiseta. .'futh his
ire sometime thought he poaHessed
tjciifKtt lc(ttmpm)fnt. the; ealmnesa
Vif jl'analjiiit. ' IoweyeTVhdnHt hU
jaijl.the; heiitof ii porsuit occasional
8hi J)4 bsypnd Ida xaaifc and he j mores'
.Mdlfttpie tinshtinkinr efe in tiie nn
tiaja2ejfof eripr;! Mr.t McDirfne,iat A
j'lafti, IS.Mi fo? :threerearsl beiorekt Charles
,jthCtka of Constitutional Nat
(Ml f leireilfi ill jha " loysterieal of his
nntry;iaU theimpU idea -jrf State
Wtysdyiwrat above all Ires Gov-
Si t' - ? . . --.-. z r - r
gmjtt iousH essentia Ure the
f Wf - ffte warland iriake peace tocoin
M treason to UrnlstA
Vt ITT-' i : qwuwauonand in
t it s - -
lpMin jthe, federal; Constitution 1
tafr? wkom a
?? ?t3of the United: Stalest Wll l
wf JMB V wo ottteai. f Well
i2beyond.Il doubt bf the verv
-r2aysies.of. Ithe. coutrtvor
I CiSl "'W W sovereignty beibff indivi
HW1 the, Geniral Go-
S i!???:? Wt 6om& not Wish i tb! U tK
IfWtatW-to, this dnemma. vThe
llPetsabtietipstQ jwhich this
S Sm mlrable tthemel govern
M?nMssion fesuchla! principle
harmonious or perma
fels designed and ex.
i! ifSfiW Kollifiers evince indeed orP
kHarrel 5vitH the mberent inV
l!!1?1 T wlnb3ecti pwsW
HS:nt' H WessrtriWo.
l-iJVJffW t in the alh.
SSS n j thd new docirine
i?1: ibst tuuon tablahed
h their tcommon bentfit,! and
W W Snathe cathtl srf mitral iK iWw
:Qtn iU;.-..i:i v.; J'T". .n .'7
wnicn wr. McUuffle
that any! jbody
no foundatHKi ml the
RNrvm?rv cheme -to its
f&kk? ?e weesty underi which
iMS to,a lobct so dehcate
ilS0 to the South, fori th
if i n Wtt Wnr.it will u .1-J!eJMtarlfC;r-l'
S1:i' r. M
k I M:TriV
r fy.'jiiuifiiiAii.oriflow-oaoiy or now pen. aa
TbfJ :lltba irisistei then j tfcit eover
!iTOJfw andtoejpbla of dinsion, and
&l:4t orer thtr dti2ens.a!t there
f?MI jpoesi h birexeignty." I we .say
hilf um stited. p l i a
I W Wi.--". - ? ' : 'Sit - - ; k . . . I" S
t 7 4 W M f mission
fm rmk m 'T 'wli i'v MVitPw' wtiuiuw sy wMMhiviuvkjuiuw wqcn fi9i AM seen! iUtstzsus toe Beeme.fwaycovuajP .wi-'-.-o - r ' ri'v Vi'.j r
ientiQTt.ejiLet oa the
artof; ihe CoTCTruentoranir! pbrfe of .'the.
Union to jnttoeddloAritlf thi ; iaot; exciting J
therefore, iikl an effort at ili?!
1 THE! RIGHT'S OFfOttEN.,', r '
IVorfe hdi rkt; FeBV 'jPAit; Balti
held a meeting a fe days ago,, at, which
itW deterninedo strike lop ao grease of
tiiniPralelwiih aSiem; ami red9niAend: the
! irkin IalHijf BaltlirM;o nt'effhfir sejre-..
F..-raPHnrIR,anj appMtfelfgatei iMCwniort.
M ix held in pnat cwy, wr uw w vi y'
trt means t(?lwsor4heni'i'jtist -ifmiieritioir for
ieir labor.; ConTentioh of Sadielijone ji -cf
i'Ji rveliW 15 the age jndwfcile t Jorfcs
F'jmcthih.like oven epphtg themltfesty; of their
sex. tt iemsWU called -forJbythe ipoHp411
to which Ihef arc eubjected byFCHvntrvgrow
rich on their labors. 'los-.whtiaTJed: jn;,
Ixr&e cities onf can jttdffe of lNjeJ3cntof the
xwrtion -practised on ilia unforanate4hut
swbtsble clasa ot aocieiy, oj iBtcui v
arid thei keepers of-sp-saopsfati j extortion
which wgkmngty exposed by ibat mdeUUgable
pmkDthropit;atibew; Carey, ijjijta everal
KssnyB recently addressed . to jino wcaimy or
limllandi' We hope ther Conypnjiun :'biay bw
abld irfderise sotheffficient rernedyjloi tip, rank
injustice !. lfe perpetrated wiU iiapu uty by
thielitrober upon the weaker sexilfi ! f
Jim r a lhuuw
Knllteffister. referring to
f?mlrksi' AVe well remember tba at
tiM'stated fmiW it was asyery cqmnioH
is.iyiii? that Jfi. Calhoun could fnd canstituuon
f.r'iny ihing.W.e heard a aisunguisiiw c.u-
UefW Congress from , Fennsyl?aoia, g wno was
regarded as un yltto friend o( internal .improve
ment, dlare that he Could not mchiUMiv tal
ltdatt with ' alonV pole so .".far did Mr. U- go
betnd him iw liberal cott&troctidqs3il tne I cu-
Te following extract of a letter from a higli
ly jrespectable merchant of Portsmouth, (Uhiu,)
to4iiriendin this county; shbwan aLsmking
pejihiuf yiew, the influence of lineot Icotnmer
cial Intercoursejand strongly afawtushes?ns of
the Necessity of speedy and powerial elforts oo.
the part oi Virginia, n sue yet iwpas io jjmw
pale in the great trade of the, VV4st. 'J;. iV
ilOor caual is now open- (romihe;i pHi6 to
Jke Erie. "Daring the rain sori j the
eprig and orepart f punimer, thelimbukihents
rare"way at fereral p!aces, and I Mt -fwie a
quftlpct at Circjeville was injured it j; has all
howerer open repaired, and busings is now ac
tive on. the entire line particularly 60 oh the
Ktullujm part' ' -r5tv:' It-! t-:
JTThe amount of the tolls Uib , season,1, is not
withitanding the Linterraptionsi folltlie'l trade.
doable, what it was last ycar,,and We are ahtiei-
patthg a great increase of bumes4pieeaner1- ri,
)?'$&gi&i bf ' . traasportaiion ortlMefchandise.
&icironi tfiecity of New York to IPurtsippnthi
laoa neavy, arucies sw, anq isjimt; articles
34 per sjuwios wneat liosts; to cts
ciiriage from here to Rochester, &ew York.''
j ' Kanqhcli-Banner
..Kqhawlta Mcrhh. There haiHblerb shewn
us a beauuful specimen of nativmirbie obtain
r-.wi ww m..c KjyuiC jAii to vx iuo tpvv tu ii us
nirrof iirkitA i Q.mA nn(n mViJiI fkAitt t
wuru irarrepareni, wuue ptners were ppagut 11
p suspeptiblepf i fioe polish. eata thlit it;
Is tajbe jobtaibed ia causiderable' eoa&titlesi ; ftho'1
exieiii not Known. ! H i k
m tlieJlJartintburjr Gatdl
wen fljf ; Coal in Berkeley coitulit, Va.
Wowtted;W notice? in our last paplr, jtlie Idisr
coveiy of a Valuable coal formatioii iif our coun-
y giting proouse of a rich acceMon
indeedat hai blevconfidehtlv surmisi
indeed, it hai beev confidently sujriinised , . that
coat existed in theVwestern 8ecti)9 6 this couii
ty, andi some1 small specimens occasionally found,
without digging, seeuaed to encourage the Hat-tering-jsuggestion;
it has only- heeif fTecently
howeyjer, lhat public attention hasribn earnest
ly attracted to thei enquiry ; Durfhgf the latter
part of the jpastnonth, ' JUri PurcHn! ihielli
gentngineer attached to the Chesapeake j and
OhMi Company! hayincr some lVisure ebon his
hauds determmed tb ascertain ! the trutli jof the
ari .rumou'rs 1 on ii fyeZ subjectlfl iyith4that;
mw;iecompanied. by v several ntliviJcal$, he
selected a 6pot near the source of the Meadow
Branj;; betweeri the hird :HilUMoantam and :
Sleepy Creek N Mountafn, and alter digging a, few
feet under the surface of the earth he encounter
ed a bed of ItracitkCocd of thetfiest quality.
He reeated tho1 experiment irKlseyeral places
and infel with simUarr success Parcel en
tertams no doubt- trom. the indicatmscfj the
countyj and their physical analogy to the . hud
iegwns, roi-rennsyiyania, tnatvcotMexistin
Berkeley, county In creat abundancei W&Yi hive
ourselves seen seveml epecimens uf i the mineral,
and e may safely Jsay that, coal f$f shpenur
uMiyj v' w iuuqu ;Jf i:tli .iV 'jar-re
epocimcn, weighing severaT poubdsll has; $ecn'
nanaaotaeiy labelled to be presented toj the f tr-.
WtavllutmWand hiliacal SociettiA it
f ua iiiakaHu Hciic.ua uicoYeiei in.
Virgin iat and irds an "addiuonall iUusiraiioi of
the miportahce of la geograpbicaf lurreyi; fcfithis,
Statelfrherety itayiuineial resouilmyhttbe
developed and brought in successsfal itluun
and Ela Drew; (father an
arrestld in Philadelphia,! ptfl suptkirlf I ieirr
the ronsT guiltytof the late Jielf y frdtS''
oy.wmen tares ot;tne janks oi that city
. f - 5--.-V m 1 . . .-. .....
aeirauded j oi 'eyerai thousand dollars.
U S Bank, a)id;correspondmff with ae
ged checks were found on them; :Thcir trial has
not yet taken place. . . mPU ,wtl!.:- i
r t, --.V f . - . 'Mi-fi. Tf; 311.1
, I Supreme Court.-! It is sttfM$y 1
-(HA.- VMiU.lt VIEciUlUil w uio
pnasMi fpuciuuonspt ins lnenus, fixs con
tented that his ntmeshall he brtcented.td
tancy ' occasioned .Irybe ; , dentil cf Chief
Justice acadirSon.4-f lX&tar.l ; t rr
tCT Alderman a bay horse, aired by ;Shaks-"
Ifo' ir9 rA in lit in nUxa" nn 'TknfcrlH ! Iiet "
:par axmux oi ieaiucKy ,r ior -ioiaju i nf S, '"4
iatv- vt- Phrwv-fl
, l ne great underuicin otwaiking .oua
mile? in seyenty r iys has Jasii;been2 pdmr
pletcd by j($;Uask
He has exceeded the proposed distance Mv
nearly 40b miles, and npttvitltamiih'Vthiil
his entire lopd was bread ahdlaiejr. 'hiia
increased two' poands andia hall in weu?lit.i
lie if 4rf perfect igod hea1tbjan ?$piritj
and intends to VfoJTOla
six'Bays; dn Hjfesbl!4iK offeool;
The Coloners obiectis not ivin! bjk jtuo'
lie utilityy Trtis theory hetMndsii aibi.j
mitu iq a public Jeciiire jol nmtiir&saious
to ins departure niwerwaraa juai. qiar,
cesat which several tracts off la'Hfr Jv0re;re4
cently sold in Jeflersqn cbant Vjafiprd
a. leasirig-4!lostrationof the' irnpbriatit Jihi
lluence ofJrail roads and irtherj i iiseih
methods ot Ijmprovernent on jt'W' Jajued
real estate, Svhich is vortliy the i feonsidcra
tion of the citizens of this State; rhorevespe-
cially those who reside in and .contiguou?
10 me: counties inrougii wnicn anv 'otir
it mil ne a amn th hi fof and n hrrht 1
-. i. at rr i j Til- . : . p
nntft Ina rlftr" 'TIT rk.iUi itA 1
ationj too. wJiictt claims the attention hst rv " ",vtuccif g .uuewiesi emmns-s.
statesman.: The ;hi-f end of all his Sir , T"7 u"l?' Um J - v
. v . T riTT . T. - I Iho IKn. - - . - . tvf
clabbis is the Welfare of tttfe Icomnlonli Hhf Pjh Rroicbetwcen;4rtornysAand
. rtA in K ! Uipf..a.ii-iiJ?roKSr8'v f "ne class deals in eate. andthe
states that the Key's Ferry iractlslldlipr NlixS&ff- f600 Jrc
dollars per acre, at auction; a farm of 200
acres, a miles and a half from Charlestown,
was sold privately for 00 Hollars 'per .acre:
a tract of 225 acres, with scarcely! any im
provements, brought at nurtion,! 45 dollars
per acre; mid another, j with ordinary build
mgs,at auction, at 43 70 cash.-Ib.
WiUithe . name of John Randblpli. are
connected sol many interesting associati bns
that every thing relating to him is Ailliofl
interest. ; We therefore without 'further
commentary give the following accoiintof
his nrst visit to Stratford on AVoft, I England
whiclfwill will be found creditabje td the
genius'of his mind, and the behevplchc4 ot
his heart. ; . fl 1 t ill.
, "On the Jnorning of a meeting 5 of the
was aboiit to be he!d t Stratford ori Avori
(the birth place of Sliakspcare)! while the
presidentand 'directors were ir the com4
imttee room; adjoining the S Ii alt spcgi re Ilal li
where the meeting was to be held, one of
the attendants informed, the committee that
a strange yellojor gentleman Iwa? ih ihd
Hall, who had only arrived in'tKe: towa
that morning, and thatj he heard he was a
foreigner of consequence. The jkesirjen
thereupon went into the Hall, and Isawlthej
gentleman in question! accbuiNhled by a
cicerone ot the place, and standing ln.ad-
miration of the two portraits of Shaksusare
and liarncK which adorn the Utiall.! He
soon perceiyed the stranger was h orcliriary
3 aTI 't'' ' I 1 1 .' -'i-. 1 ; - I
viamcK wnicn adorn tne t. liail. ; Mie I
person, lie accosted him, informed him oft
the meeting which was about to take place,
anu lnyitea mm to stay, and .witness; the
proceedings, Which, if Tie had not the 6p
juiiuuuv ui auenuing any similar meetrng
wo?Id probably be interesting t4ihm. The
stranger iria very courteous manhcrlaccejpt-
ed the invitation, sayingjhe had riot yet at-
tended any meeting in England, but that
he should only be able to staykleW mini-
utes which would enable him to see the
form and manner of proceedim?.1 lav I
request," said the president, "to ( know the
name of the gentleman f have thejhbiiorlof
addressing," tMy name is John Randolph,
of Koanoke, in the United States. ! I am on
my to London, but came. round! by this place
to pay my .tibute ot veneration to the cen
ius ot your immortal cpuntrymaif.j The
surprise and pleasure of tlio prir sident may
ub couccirea at llie announcement Of this I itrusse'ft wiui glasses jeuniw. iuw wiiKers, ucar
naine for: whoiid id J.lrnJ . 1 tk Inn the apnearace of a pair, of spectacles from
llandolph, of Itoanokevnot to Jthdw him
V --yw vt, iuwi; UIIDi! JU IU
would argue himself unknown.'? ' ile need
not-nave auded that he 'was an American,
and the president cave liim to understand
as muclr. He refused to ascend Ithe plat-
lorra, out. when the company i assembled
took his seat ihthe cenWof the secoml
row of benches1 just opposite the chain and
there , he sat and looked Gqdd l hpaten,
now neiooked! the nxed aUeritioh tof Ms
Justrous basilislf eye will never 'Mj forgot--fen
by. any:speil;er who : addressed the
nieeli-g that dky.L 'Theyliad ! almost the
deranged ; in ho
Daughter and several tracts which havo
oeen- translated mto salt the la
the civil ized world.and who was
one of our best and mostj interesting speak
ierifiut FacaHpdtas did hbtlike hkmanU
riot '". Ho-' .r.rtc.;.-l,..A.l- I I ii- ;l!r :?!
caJlyT.rjQonoionou"L :llnL'th ritKl! kar,'
'-. vwiioiuticu ,..i iik-tnifi.Trn mitou
mnnnlnnnn. - t 't.. ...L. V: t-- w
' k - T .. wmwmmwMf
liw-liMn'fanrttli; . J.rl J : , :i -
vas interested in the ca&se hes advocated,
vw uauuuiuu buiiicd in j iih iftnir nn nid
quence he speaks with all his heart! and
.with all his souL". mThi GneeUnV lasted
fireT hours. Mr..' R. staid the whole timk
Jtnd at. the cIqsb hst j&fbnscdthcl.- president
small degree, the iieryes of soma wb6 were pJ sad flfen tquestaoued pyelatird i to his
; unpractisednpeakirc.. ; Amon tfiel speak Ha?e UC UPttZ suM? heres' taeticlear; I
'ira tliejato l&Xe&h, RiclmondVlK l fT "m.
pious and talented author of the Dairynianls i A few days since a rustic stringer laooired for
"t: r ypwcu to oe :ine wiieoi tno
'sjeaker; and said; That's what 1 call elo
n;Ve ItiicresfedaLl l:3er!nceu i!iix t - --s
esf bj,a librtl" ntribtrtioav-: at the - door
The pidktVirilroduced : him toiir Grey
Skipwjthi itipw rncmbcr for the; county cf
VJai wjck Genetal Jcnkinion, a relitioaof
theirhbusesw some of Which he accepted;
Jf Mfa Jbr-iiexday3 ihf 'the nTghbor?
ishy Moot ihnt BeTlike i his atiartersTtri
assertion wh.ich he made on the subject may
be redit& tethout fcaibf Scbntradictionli
(tt?e!part Qf ;thoe who iriet him? Jt need"
not 'be said they werel delimited with fhir
Jof hjis ibservation3)jBhd replies Which ttp
pearea w spring spontaneously as nvarr
lnehaustable vainm astonished pome of jhe
English gentfjj, !aid allho rjad thejplea
surej of meetmg -h jtn will- jbiig remember
3with delight f Johft ?liandoliih-of Rian
tCP Wilson: the Irish rrPAf f.'Wiia rr-r Inrp ''wit
njuy sweet i'fKitat for sale Vay aucuon,on
iliajrsday lastj llass paid he never hefarft-.knew
n Irishman cru vMnhe liad jdtniu efnota-
Why was Adam 13 surhmer? ! Because hi
jc was oeauiiiuL If
hafiis th drTcyjse feen'.h -.waiter at an
- I . , -ay. lt
1 iy are all women rarettr and lrlain. alikfe
exisU" between 'them;
yVjhcn is a ship iikjs snow? When she's a-
I Wjhenjikea pain
Wlren showiug co-
I YV hen : like an auctioneer ? When in full
le. n H II -
I VVhftn like alladv iii a nnandarv?. When mis-
Ifingtep: j-; ' .!;; A , ;
When like a horse fl When-taiceh rf lael '
Wen like a tailof? iWhen iu;erwig off. ,
When like a recruiting' officer? I When heat'
When like a floor When she
vhy ;s she never alone?. Because she has
, When like a wit? .yPhenehej&e.
w nen lite an pld coat ? When she wears.
SCRAPS FROM A COMMON PLACE-BOOK
Whosoever has black frizzly hair and beard.
will put his barber to much trouble, and will be
liable to scratch his heid often, unless he makes
great use of a comb. If ; . i
pile whohasalotv frehead,iHl of wrinkles
will look like-a raonke ten to one. f t "
f Ha whtjf has a hiffh l?ioreheadi will havehis
eves iinder it and live all the davs of his lile.
This is infallible. ! 1.
. It. ?!
-IX. .lt,. J 1 .. IH-rf f... ..-K-
4 A great mouth from far to ear signi
tam drid no bridle. TWese are not nard
ted but all mouth.; m i f .$
I A little1 mouth, drawn hp like a purse, de-
!. .- ft ' i ?h :-
tea out an mourn, i
darkness wiihiL,fand hides a bud
;.MIejthat has crest hands will have Jar fin-
W-rs ; and' if he strikes hard ,it' will tail
neavy. i m? g
..i Spajkng-. eyes; wilt be almosi certain to
shine, j ui ! f - J il l1
It . " hpnever you see a than that has but oqe eye
Sm lnay rtauily cocicludo he has lost the
lieT li' I '1 :i ! . t It
t -betwianded men area very
rant, for ( it
Seems ibey don't- knovy theif ri:li
.their lett; since the one has the ufljce.and 'the
otuer tjhe place. il - .
w - l ' I -if I If - ; : M .
l' W e Jiave frequently pf?en horses ir spectacles
put never Deioro nt-axu oi spcotacies
. t f - . ' - WE,
i Th Echo do. fa Frontiere relates the follow
big marvelous anecdote4i "Kor seril days1 past
pretty! .little gray fiorsel fias beenl ilri vi 'about
fJ. w h ' ft i J "4 . i. r 1 .
the concave surface1 of which iX may be presumed
that the poor animal is nar 6ightedj! : We pre
mtne that we shall soohl liave'y etdrinary '. opti-
Love labor Itstl All serenading Inarty the
tlief' night after hlvingllay ' befote!a house
jpr neariy an nour, were puiiieiy;iniairraea rjy tne
considerate : watchman hat,t rioiorfy lives
I am afraid of llie lishtninffi" Mtirmured a
3i- r : ;
stty wjuaiij durinrr a tliunderi stotrri. ? fWell
. . ..I i . . . t: I " fl' mm 1 I
pu may be' s-'ghed a despairing adprer,t"when
ypurneart is steel'
j! IA fellow not the most exemplary ir his deport
uienl,twai brought befoTela magistrate for..va
I letter at the jpostjmceind ater payws for it,
: Men show rjaiticular'foUy on five different ' oc
casioar wheu they establish their for tine ou the
rum' ol -others when; they expect to exciter love
bycpldnds; eruj by showing inure marks lof dis-
like; than I aCectior. when they lexbelttobecunie
learned injlths midst pf repose; : and pleasure-'-Wheovtbcy
secld friends withouti makiu? adran-
tc'of fneudsipi-and trbea Uieyare! unwilfing
i v.vh .u -. . . i :, ..
LYTTON'BULWEIl'S. EPIGRAM, w
5 Really it is tw bid of Balwertd trifle with'
ie tender passion as he decs. V in bis" last fwork
a? -... ;
: if i - '
a. it.s , .
nil sun an a unfi,. .
i jt nere axe some men whtf fancy they possess:
fire of genius .because they biye the fever of
- 1 1 , , .' - . I
Jui!ow:ri yerscr, ,vvLi
.' , Hilt !T rm aktnwi ji.M-tii V.aT nMn !
- . m buuu. nct7 til licit
:"And laiihlesa Bobby L?ft poor 'lary
'InmirHraited loveVqnandary W
And all her sweetest fcnnles refdsTng! ' f
Hw spul snrrendereVto fair Snsan 4
i "Ob. wretch! frAA JlJI 4th .nffrylMi.
,-And tsjt thiwihat'm totSoom i .4
C"N (ifejbby grinned) Moll; thoumlstakenV
iii;uu EHRJTO BK ELECTED II
J JdASSACHUSETTS:Sr 1
.xe hayp learned WitK 'serpnsthafr tile
fete UerKIJmt: tfiat, : J6rjn
date fur Governor if Uiis eBjnonwpalih, crider
theiauspicer pT : tbVrttU-masonic''' CHventiohp
His retirimr,faa3estyj InlJ known dislike rtoffitt
-mushave given way afier at ffreatiitniggld,
mm n& peculiar respecfatiaity orthe nominatwrt
sPItf all,opposiig arguments -actually
sented.tp fftaad.theJiazardjaf the die:fAfte
all; uponflectUw;jtrbap8hduId Jscdly M
thought improbable that he-.woald i)r: could with-j
stand th 8t4ielM&'6;fnylport f of pdsfeH
low-citSzens to takeoffic, sine we are hntawlrti
that he ever rerased anypbiniraettioreclincd
,Tne Boston lercantils Journal oflets to the'
thebllowing exceDeotiand wen:tempeed ob-i
fmtions.-j-Tliey are practical pioof of tfiel
truth of the writeVs 'doeirinejand trierefare but!
few who can apply themselves through the day!
wui-ccrei5e, ana reject nis javice. 'i ne
dyspepsia is moreovef, 8o tmiversal, and so
dangerous; an antagonist, that' the fjllowing
should banniversally read, inwardly digested:
We look back witrTfnelancfroly feelihffs Upon
the days of ,our btyhoiihen we fldoull eat a
dozen grreen apples, jandnever foel tha: worse for
Jt Not that we plead euilty. ndw, to "heinz a
dyspeptic, but we are occasionally reminded that
we nave a sy stema fact of which wp were
once in a'state of blessed I inoTanee. Bdt dis
orders of the digestive powers are veryi common
aninn us; ana mere are.some persons ina wouia
give half their irtunes;if, they could be furnish
ed with a? gtszard. 4 p. s
"The causes"of dyspepsia' ajnopg'vara ya
ioua.It arises from .eating, too , mncbV! eating
too fast, and oyerTWOTkinsItheirain. tTue" mer
chant and professional man lives in something of
the following fashion!:, He drinks t wo cups of
strong coffee, at1 braldast " eataabandantly pf
meat,; toast, ox hot bread. .Atdinner.Tie partakes
of 4 Wd "or three di3hcs andi very .likely. a desert
and washes the whole down with half adozen
glasses of 'London particular, a He takes twoor
tbree'eups of etrpng tedi at his evening mcali
withoasand cake Very; likely lie: takes a
a -little supper, before ruing: to ', bed. "4'Now all
this would; do well enough, if he 'didrnxt' work
with his brain at the same r time but thale is. a
very intimate communion between the brain and
the stomach, and, if ones is affected,; the; other J
sympathizes. The' individual whb"thas Jheen,
overloading ji is stomachy hasat the same time,
been oVerwtirkjtm hit braid- He has been con
stantly oniberack of vexcitement---he haS been
nis -'; ousiness,
a hurry, that he has Doited-nis.iixxi witnout
masticating jit. .'fTheciliequence is obvirxis.
The overtasked brain I Weakens the. stomach,
which, is nnable- to; petform the- heavy duties
imposed , npbtrit andwdjpeps'a' is the conse
quence. ';---- : "I I; 4 ' ;'
. Now if a map wxslies H get rid of Jhe.' dys
pepsia, he must, give his stomach less to do, and
above all; his brain loss to do. It will be' of no
service to follow any particular Teeimen to live
' I - ,j E M ! ' ."I
on chaff-bread or any such trash to weigh his
food, &c. so Jong as the brain is in a state of con
stant f xciterjienL Let that have properirest,
and the'storaach wilLpprform its function- But
if he pass fourteen br fifteen! houre a day, in ihis
office or counting roorn and take no exercis, jiis
stomach will inevitably .becjome paralyzed and if
he puts nothing intoit bvt acrackerj"a day, it
.will not digest it. ' HU '' "'"lL
"If you would be fteo from the dyspepsia, at
in ralnd, that in nine cases out of ten ? in 1 1 bat
disorder, it is tlie brain that is the primary cause.
Give that delicate orgao Some rest, i-eave your
business behind you when you go .to yout home.
Do not Kit down to dinner with your bros knit
and your mindabWbd irt casun pp interest
accounts. Never abridge the usual; hours of
sleep. Take more or less of exercise lh the upen
air every day. Allow, yourself some innocent
recreation. Eat moderately, slowly, and of just
what you. pleaseprovtdediit p not: the, shovel
and torigs; -lfvany particulaVdtshisagreeyith
yob, howevernever touch it nor loo at iCiIXj
not imagine that you 'must live on ; rye-bread cr
oat-meal rrridg'reasonable fiantity of nu
tritious food b essential to'the mind as well as
the body. Above all, banish all thoughts of "the
subject If Von have any treatise on dyspepsia
medicines, Sec. put them directly into the fire.
dysMpsiayou will surely have it. Endeayor
it you are constantly, tauang ana iuujxuu w
. t . "... t , : :. tVJ m,
thati-do not make haste Wbe nc?i, cuiuvate jne
social aflections, bainsh gloomy and desponding
thoughts, and von will never be itrpubled with
the dyspepsia.'4 tearf not a doctor; ; sod - shall
chaftre nbmuwr for the above advice, Jlf it ddes
any gopdwe shall be riappyif itJdocs not Me
khalrhave iacirred compoqsibility,'
'THE GAMB LER.
' TTni.t hVtt av !friie' finished ram-
bTerhas no heart, he would play at his; brotnerV
funeral he wouldgarabU oa his mother coffin
Horace AValpole mentions ah anecdote of a man
having in his time dropped down: dead at the door
of White- Clu!: HouseMnhJ which 5 he i j was
earned the Wnrs of jthe Club - Jxrunediatefy
made betsrhetlier he, was dead or not. andopT
on Its being protwsed to? bleed him, tbe wagers
for bis death mterposed, aUeatnwjuW
i'Je .-5.;i. -i5i; i i . ; Vf Ji .
sii tKftWmi f: the tawns.1mvinces; islinds
and'seas in.Gfeeceare;tob3, changed back to
thAT nossessed in the days ef their aucicat
- . -I worryinjr 5and ireuingr. abtwt:
fies much Kdehvrnor himself needful Test. " andL 'eauallv
moutUvl rieedtnl relixatioh. He hsa beenin-1 such
lo niro-erinat you uava o-.. - -
dear conscience, Uve tcmperftely; regukuly, and
rlpnnlilvhA industriousl buti be temperate m
-on, 7Uo Tvr-.-Trn Tcry !
re r'ariding- cta:"Clb1:c-js3.
rrr- w f , J' nm.oT in evident , . a i
alarnj LHow .tastl, . fellow. mns! gaid, - T'i
one or(he4rent?cmatf tothe other, rI v:n- 0,
dcr what he is afraid -of-Jrih niA ' " '
othecaiighingI : suppose' he" is afraid trl r I
being caught and madta Ptcrf1 i r I
ft ATihxin TBAiTS.vcry nation
.ts fraite.-. he, Spaniafils sleep berery
gairf 'importiucei the Italians ddre-
th; Germans, smokethe'Frtuich iromissfe
every thing-.theJBritish eatand tho Attiri
cans talk upon erji thmj: . . r
x oric. says: --$14 v 1 ivs k
3Aro?nd ilbeheldthe-samet jscene Wl
gulping and swillowlnas if; fotta wag
iMUtj, " u " ,5iBuica to pucm9rk hw rood,
tion to the wants of his .neighborhood. 1
jTob: aslced.t !gofl-tb.he1rybtt"rk i
any; dish, before him, he oenainly complied
but irf mraannpr fhat veK a4L
. v ww -vt V4 : Ulu IU1'
Floggtd for tultei& -Jeffrey
eredtbe author of the; Celebrated criticism;
in the Xdingbiirg Review, which montaihed
so fierce an ; attach oi vLord By ronV first
production, the tHours of Idleness. .. For
this his Lordship tookl Mr." . Jeflrev to mc
in the ttEnglis!) Birds and Scotch ItevieW
ers? It now turnsut that Mr Brougham,!
the present Lotd Chancellor, was the author.
ot the olloniivo. criticism. It must hr
to Mr. Jeffrey to re-t
ccive such .' a ; terrible drubbini, and t6'
icei ail uiewmic that
ho did not deserTo'
. !, S ' " -.f h.
?; A Lady looking at some stockings in a
dr good store, ' mquiresfor- the;clerk wliof
woa a raw iao, now, nigft tney-camer; J he
clerk very? seriously! 'answered; if pecr
Ined them on, but believo they will reach la
oove the kneer ' h 4'- f
Temperance i ncedoWhat ii the
Tiatter with, youjsid a t genthVraan tQfJan!!
pld Dutchman j as lie jwas crossing JoKnsonTsr
jSqnare ashOrtitunesmce.! - otde rhu-
lUBua.- - j ne genu emar aavisea pi tn; tot run i
himselfwith Brandy until it penetfited jvell. f
Oh man I dosfr petter sXdat,ephedl
Tynheer-1 triiilcs de prandy andderS Inihs
my legs mit the pottleuv".
H .' -U-4--.
after a long absence - A Jirnaica Ipipei, ec?iy4
eu by the same yesssl, in announcing fter prapce. I
ed departure fsehx Urat4eayst:-. '4
I " Few women 'have& eyof uoderirwe !treatcrJi
trials, than this lady,, and alt 'must appreciate her ;
When she-heard of hisretease.- though d'esjliu
tep-and worn down by fatigue and.axiei,-. her
heart expanded . wih ioy; her frame fvKoon prcor-.
ered its wonted vigor, and; after many months I
spf-nt in a fruitless endeavor io join ? luni, - she 1
resoivra on retuminj io r,nnce, wiui me nop1!
of an early junction with the objscj if her affec
tidns. Madame Bonplandi has kept a- diary5 of
the-yariocs incidents that Jhave happened to hef
during ner tiavels in tlie last slxyHars,,kid rp
look forward to" the publication of a work! from
her, which wHrfaithfully delineate the charac
tee and habits of the various countries; she -ha
visited." M t:"''
EraopEw That the l
iw of principle prct ,
dicte by that . great ' sufesman, Jut. Canning,' f
wifl at Jastcome and at it-willbe a war of I
adWperate and arhngaracter;iwedd not
for a moment doubt. L Eve, ry year the elements 5
to be arrayed againseach other more distmetly
developed, so that we can falmnst designate th 1
nations which will be epZ&geil on' this sldeland -'
on thaC But in proportkm to .the nearness and I
fearjfuiness afiht conflwr, isrihe rclactadce whichi 1
thejparties.dhe andj all, feel, to enter eppahit
horrors. Had either the Liberal or Despuiie .na
lions,, been ripe for the encounter there baro
heed oricasioris enough, within llie lastthrrand f
a ha5f years, tojserve. asl'pretexufj One jwas.i
the Ueolotioala France"; thenteM leodjiwasl !
given to'the despots, but. they demurred, 'rfext t 1
the attempted Kevolutiort in Poland i then-tho .
Labends were half constrained to slrike fur nni f. !
versilfreedombut they hesitated, and lieaila- ! I
tea, ano at ii ucvuncu i.i eat tne ; siege cr
Antwerp by a'Frerjch'army, andv the blockaja
of th e ports uf Holland by a . corsbined English
and l'rench frioidron; here again was achancs
for tllS Despot to take up 'the puntlety had
theyjbeed disyMsedxtfcame the tTarcai-Er
gy pttan nuestiou, with the Jlusslant at : Cons tan-.
tiruwie. dietinff a peace at the point of the tar
honel here was anopnit lcrals
to let loose tae oog ot w x, mw. w juusia
that she was not? the arbiler of 'the destiqfesj cf
-Jtmi tbey'demurred. - Lastly, the 'i kt
henUoo of the nations is ; turoed; towaras "Porii
I'odro, the LibcraU would hay gladly; interfer
ed, but fjrthe;dangetof drawjny Jhsi Despot
become aU b4 hopeless, thelDesp-its wddJ IxJ. ,
ly intfere, were it not for, the LiberalsT has
thelwegreat partieslnto'which Europe; is diviV
ded, stand in eosstaat feaf of each other Jn their ;
njoferhents,-and like Xwo, great annies, : trv.
continaally iniweu vrein toisecure mbret adyia
tagebus positions7Hqw soon the crisis will ar
rivV which shal brin them ;into direct cclhsian;
and stpsp theu plaintin, blood, b knownody to
Onmiscierica: - Bat that it- will r ,come--thai jit
is not yery far distaiitr-the stgas of,the tiavs
dearli bdicateV Vrhanksbe to God tlu t w
are separated irom tao -j-p
-iiuuuj uj luaung-t ne wiuy tauthor of
wMen and; planners ia tAmerica.'ini'des
scribing a dinner at a public housetinNewl
posed oo;him;tiwaabIe-omc;Hnow4 '
e ?t4 f fe'ywi plate gcnQrally; return
I ed loaded jwitb a soli massive wedo of
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