Hi V AM
f v rfc
ii ;i 1;.
V -a' S . I' hi
wi j ijl M i i tv gh to note thi instant wfe
tfrcadfuk infinitely loader than any thunder I ev-
. ., ., v i
heard nd I have been in tuaay tlinnder-sxorms
ri the summits of the Andes. Many poor peo-
ie lost ineii uvea, ana au gweiw
urronndintr desert: to seek safety in distance
of walls and bona-
L pit If- MtjVWM -g -
'He.' ':t J ' ' . .$ . ':: , .
Onthe evening: precedingthe two earthquakes
Lf whih I hare nokeo. atmosphere; yvas ve-
f fry dense, an.ominoas inexplicable stillness seem
j., M to: prevail, broken only fct i intervals by the
Inbreathing of an air of windjwhicji appeared to
: jhave no determined direction, and was Celt with
the same as in th e Street, j ThW atmos
I iKfTA inneared tobein a highly electrical state,
and many people takir; notice of these .things,
t hyere in some degree prepared lor tne coming ca-
limit v (nr wafi tne nowiin? ot iu uu auu
KrsTinr of Jack-assesdormi the niehrdisregar
ded. In countries exposed to earthquakes people
acquire a habit of obRervingany thing considered
as arr indication, as welHasfi delicacy :nlhe per-
cption, of the slightest shake, which afpeara to
a stranger no icaiuus iimiai. x wu wucc v
carasunces came under &y ovTi - observation,
. . .-i . . - -t :s i : Jp.:i
which.' seemed to prore ini soane powerpi sgcu
i3 at work in the atmosphefe besides the hidden
one below the surface a gteat number ot empty
9a&3 phials, I found next day standing where
I -ithey had been left, but theStoppers were scatter-
in tu nirecuons aouu iim. x.itc um
ers, containing different liquids, were thrown
from tne enelves ana xfrpn, auvnu eiiiinj ouc
had even fallen on its side On" a highly var
nished new table at, whi0h3 had the night before
been reading, the varnish became so fluid that it
passed through the boards 6f several books, end
the next day appeared as i): glued to thie inahog
any. LiFroinseveral Jar frtjsieri jarnsunk in
theetb, the watej wEj thrown tn considerable
'quantity, over th tnoathsaihough innohe of
iheowas it nearer the tDjlhan iroraS'to 4 feet.
Mne smgraniy in tne aog is remarKeu iieie, anu
It is, ihat "immediately &ky a shock ror.g .or
weak,the whol4 digs Sofjthe place run to ti rink
at the; nearest water. 1 . V-,: ffy'-
I iad got thisjlength when a messenger arri
ved fom Aricato in fb chil iw, that the vessel
which takes our letters i to F-nglandf positiir'ely
siiis in the morning, aad they west leave this
imjWMhately. t proposed giving a short Uistor-
1 ical VlfeW'- of the principal earthquakes which,
have bappeued m the obaH of Peru(!since the
I conquesti, along with a brief ndcsnripUon of
I the principal volcanoes ta out nehborhood.
I This i shall dojby the fr. opportunity, in the
J hope that it may not prove!; altogether? unioteres
ungi Ihave greatly to regret uienaving, ma
this Very day.
SAGACnYOF ANEW FOUNDLAD
t ; l nnrs 1 were there an v balls suitsd to the calibre fl
tu. -. r.L t . . -v v San (musketi) fThere wre . seven ; perforit
I h Ai n mi r.rih foctoat cmilinrr chine 1. V . J . r : '
mm sings 01 lead. i i '
warn lorseverai mues uii a gun uom uie com- ,t y j. ;
rIuluu:4r . c,we- : . i!T" carder, O'Conner stated to one of the wHne
UUbUiUM Ul llltS UUL. UUi WIS BW A KU-U r bUUlfll" 1 . 1 J . - - -
a -. r : o
es. le witnesses then save the atanBitfiaitai shall he nidlctouslv applietsim tne !-
neighbors collected and arrested the prisoners fJiageif an able and beaatifoi writer,) she will
The gun which he fired; belonged t j one I me day be to the country what Cornwall
the witnesses, and when tfiey left the housef EnlatidTpreiSeatpf prodigious industry, and the
boat tkr hmira hiWviniisi it ffM not ljad. i.SnirrA ofinAiiiioxi aid national wealth.?
t . In earfiinr trt this conclusion. I do. npl loose
le tupe ; prior toj
n one of the wHnej
oui we saw s suaugeftcnuuii- ,L,t . rt. r i... ,k:1,1
er, Yankee rigged,Jhat was standing towards . - . v nicCfo.Ii to'fl
loped that if, the long-boat ..di.L-i-
' . there would be a chance of
her being picked up by the schooner, though the
the rocks, and we hoped
was yet in existenc . there would be a
luug-uu beeaft tvritof arhitratiouassuedby the asst&l
hth superiotemieht of the lead mines to'.setrj&jJ
rerenco tetweencijuone and U Keeie, tw
is the csual means adopted ' wni--purr
was also Droved that dure? all 1 the time o.
riance between O'Conhorland the decease ,
"conduct of O'Connor; Upwards O'KeefeH,"
rouh, abusive and disorderly,- while O'le!
Almshoose is t Wfcsent qcFbv lr,T two or 1
three persona who have k&SH fJrbn-'!
general idea was, that she had gone down and
every sou) had perished. We had scarcely wore
snip tor tbe purpose of joining the convoy, when
a dense naze obscured them from st?ht. and as
evening was closing in fast, every officer was
stationed in different parts to keep a, look out
W1 1 . I .i. l M WO Ay UU WIWI
V0 nnrt TOtmflrl KAnt ImU inn iictena n1 tha I - . t
v .. nuuuu... m. -"""-- "'"-I treated U'Uodnof wrtu reat forbearance
passengers were conversing u meiancuoiy mooo miWneas. bat no oaarrelhii taken place heir
them on the dayrbf the itarder. It wasf
1 ny( years ago broken my barometer in the interior,
1 but! am in daily hopes of.'yeceivtng lone I long
fcince ordered from England-
I am sir your most
EJfwf oaflng: upi te liiae!. .It is
not . necessary . to be very particular on this
lead, as tho; rules in respect ? to the deport
ment of the elegant tourist, in steamboats,
will sufficiehtlv sddIt lb the S'pringb We
will raeicly observe thai great vigilance and
ich rif is necessary; in both placer, inas
much Piho viands hac !a hbit; of. vanish
ing ' hef ore jcaie ' can s3iy; Jack iRobinson.
One special rule, whicbf we cannot by any
means omit i rocntionirtfr, isytnever to lose
time in considenni? wllat vou sliaii eat, nor
upon the events of the past hirht, and the jnoba
ble fate of the long-boat, when a noble; New
foundland dog that lad lain sleeping on deck,
suddenly raised his head and gave a short groivl.
The captain was pacing to and fro with the chief
mate, but stopped near the animal, and address
mglt. said, "ilallooj Nep! what's the matter
with you Old boy ?" The creature wagged his
long busby tail at hearing his master's voice .and
then composed to slumber again ;but in less thaji
a minute he resumed his growling, and raited
hitnselt upon his lorepaws. "lie hears some
thing beyond, our knowledge, exclaimed the
captain : Up Nep, up my boy, and see to'emi"
The animal at first rose lazllv, stretching his
limbs and shaking his coat ; but in an instant he
stood immoveable in the fixed attitnde of atten
tion, and then sprang away upon the poop-Iad-
der, running from side to side, and barking most
vehemently, tilj at last he took his station to
windward, and seemed-perfectly furious. "We
cannot be within six miles of the fleet," said the
captain, and yet I am confident there is something
near us. ; Weather cathead there do 3'ou see of
hear any thing to windward ? Silence, Neptune
down, boy dwn !,J and the animal became
perfectly Iranqatl, waging his fine tail, and rub
bing his head affectionately acrainst his master's
hand. The officer on the lookout replied in the
negative,as did also several others who had cau
tiously looked iound. and attentive?? listened.
"I'll stake uiy existence on the dog's sagacity
said the Captain addressing the chief mate. 'By
heavens ! it may bp the missing boat.' haul up
the main sail, ajnd square the after-yard3 r keep
her course, quartet master, till 1 tell you to luri
to the wind, and let there be silence fore and
aft." The orders were immediately and punctu
ally obeyed, and then the Captain, patting the
head of the huge animal,exclaimed, "Now, Nep,
we mnst trust to you, old boy ; look for 'em,
Nep seek 'era out I" The dog whined with a
languid ph)fulnessr a3 if satisfied that he had a
wakened attention, when theie arose a low, hol
low moan, that seemed like a heavy groan, issu
ing from the very bowels of the ocean. The
ship, though moving through the water, was
greatly retarded by the shivering of the after
sails, and the dashing noise occasioned by her ve-
l.icity had ceased. "Jb olkstle, there," cried the
fter a sessiJ
i . i I
proved that O'Cohflyri og( Ite .same eAenjl
the'murder, said he was jgld tie had killk
Keefe, and wished he had llledoneor twjrj
but, after beiriar spoken tot aid reprimands
sacn expressions men exppeu a .r
the affair had happened, i
1 he Jury then retirecr, an
bout two hoars, returned
diet. ;:i i"i
We the jury selected to
nor, for the murder of Georga O'Keefe,
23th insu after examining thdvitnesses on
and attentively hearing and ccsideringtn
iimouv usraiiihi me prisoner; : ananimosf
gree that the saiij O'Connt iauilty of rit
in the highest degree, and are t opinion tftv
said U'Lonoor has done an ac whch w I
of laws would forfeit his lrte. Ad inasiiti
the security of the lives of thl-ood ciazi
the country, require that an esuiple slj
made, to preserve order, and cevinco lev
posed peisons that this is net a ce j
lives of men mav be taken ; wit(iTouii
are of opinion thdt the said O'Causr, thL
carefully secured un.il theOth ui bf left'
at the hour of 11 o'clock of said Vy , JtUfc
. . . .
execution, and there be liuoff o
til hs is dead. rA ,
WoooDurv iMasey, iu. . w. , A'sol
Smith, Jesse hfA. Harlson, iJanA
Nicholas Carroll, J.B. Webber, AlllM
lins, :i iio; Child, Thus. MrCrann
Dubuiiue, May ::80, t$34.
r meeting of the citizens was h
the exeeuuon, at iwnich the snena pt
apDointed. several committees nouiinji
lect funds and superintend the execf)
guard selected. . ti.
T'ho 'nKi.Vo ij" KriioF nirrtii-ir riff?'
cumstances relating to the tnfortuh't
Uuouque, which terminated the Uit
nor, on the 13th instant. '
At twelve o'clock on the da7 OUin
the prisoner was taken from hist place t
mem ucucr a guard or a company oi
commanded by L'. WbeelertMbd P
cution if here had assembled about 1,5
ight of die great natural advantages which ir-
gmia posseates over other mining auucw m
Fnitad .StatieS. and throushoot the i world
It wille seen by the map, that by a Utlpmore
than half a day' ride, any one can be transport
ed fxojn 'the aty of Washington; the Rotomac,
to th ffold mines oh th Rappohannock on the
Banks of a' beautiful River made navigable by
locks and dams a distence of tea rmles to true
uter anJ tMmlvttt navicration. oommencins at
Fredericksburg, which is a busy inland town, at
nWtiful market And
to thb the very low price of provisions and labor,
te Yast abuhdance of wood and timber, the
great number of water powers easily created up
on tbe numerous streams, the peculiarity ui uus
sod and. earth as affording facilities for excava-
tion? (since sutam is now applied to aii Kino
dinging) and finally the beautiful devehjpement
ot iLericn coia veinssaiu uy muse
oosfrvers in ttoth couniries.oy iar io enjoi . i-
ioi S.vith Amiif nr pvnn ilussia. SO mucu
'Wf kVAU & j '
- - ll '
celebrated of late lor her eoia minesi
Like rant pentns of tnJU iuiT l"n'
uoi, i oium njn w i ' jaoded, and m J 1 cha
health impaired. bv inaction of tu et,A and 1
i ooweiaawi as w oe nnaer wi ""f of -reson- l . . . i.
mg to medicine, principajnX' iajorde i 'f . v'
to enable.our readirt perfectly to-applfhii If Were
of op 6!
lam aDoat to say pi a remedy ,m suwe r bowels 1 hundred and nweniy memf : MetbuJisv, 15,
U alwayiiiirsooael dree-ccoxnpahied ! Hih t a Episcopal C$nrch in thh lfl.'oo.ho3f are . ' : (
sense of striitneffi of the chest. I andlbesi, loome of flverfurty yearn am lueied 'K.. S'
general uneasiness, and lassitude. with the Lj; the Communion t3fithatcli; blbonse- I v I
ache, or wine degree of pain in te region of , jqaence of what theytconkidgilS aTbUraxy aad,
liver. It Seems to me a recurrence tbol pro z-
called by'oty physicians, a Tiver! complaint, t c8ea-'whiertled ..to trhaeces, Ui4 csa If
which 1 haw bein a good deairaubjecwe pCpaAtiob.aad wiaifehT h- .;; I ,
appeuw inltead of beicg keen incomes itaper ; rttr. i'tfil
frt?t. with & nn!i;r tst:Wihr mouth, as.' If
something was M-inting in Ahe functions of J di
gestion, to W.stitiute health for; which catnarr
tics are only a ternpararv relief! not a remedy.
Thecommcn Tomato, used itwnakmg gravy,"
at onoe removes tnia taste or tne roooio,4i - -tie
time aurekenslthe action tf the k liver, and re
moves all Ihe above nbticed symptoms and feel
j ings :1 regard it as an invaluabW article of diet.
: or, if you please, las of medicine or of medical
j diatetics. i Withj ine it has always been an ob-
i ipntnf suliitnHft in find nut Kuril diet, as should
These ciirvay.ip tho np.4-itw iif meieine. exceot in
Jmg ontiq, rum, "general iwpj fAd-lr-"
se one of the enemfsl nfkbvaubje,
liberatejlm, to destroy -j' rixi U
veias kre composed of quartz, commonly called , picyej wiicli I Cannot U3e, I eat jhe. Tomato, in
white'flint, from one to four feet in thickness , every iaiaginafe mode of dressing j. and 'find it
generally perpendicular in the earth like a wall j perfeclly adapted to my wantsi Tri the hope of
no concern1 of mine, said thetteaj :r u
you think proper,' order one of xQl x$
take the - feUowT ofl Dodge, j
our position,' reiomea mo w4ottHtt 1
i are a dea4 raanlj wilHnWi.
nor quit ' iny post,' replied tbe. jW
the consdaueoce what it raay.'V i .
i T 1 .4 4 D S !
CMiTrv .tk4 r
vuff uisai Jv" w "" -
extending fiiom the surface to an unknown depth,
luisoot uncommon to find gold in the broken
fragments of the tews at a.e srutap,jana it nas
tlso been found at the dtpth of 160 feeHncreas
ingly rich T The gold district lies in.that pan
bfiWiruaj between the tidewater Hp! Blue
lerrRido'e. where the atmosphere is dry anti exhili-
. 1 -o . . . . . . r ; u n-
nt nir. ths imate mildanu asireeauiw.uo
well tasted and
THE COMET OF
, fffoin the folloi
Dutch! paper, in the
1 I i
pUDUSnea in a JLuicu; paper, uiiuo y-Qfi
delphia, that the Cpmet, whicr
so much kalk abodt ;i some.nimeJ
make its appears ace j during the jJj
'fl L mm. Mi.jl memnHc - i
mer. mi nuo wcii u wuwu 1
j. 1 '
heino' same ne to others, these facts, are Sla
ted. The L'omMo is of great use to me. It is
raised with less jtrouble than any other vegitable
that I have an yi knowledge of. It was planted
! six earsa2u. droos its own seed into g.oand,
, aud has nfwluced bushels every year since, with
nn rvthor Irr.nKI than the same
i ground iti spring, and one or two hoeings.on a lv missed Meir calculaUons one yea
O - . . . i j i rnniinca Kill vot Ko ran I
whith lie was
elM yl fflfVin, ' fV
so lonff and justly tamd lor their hoswtaiiiy ana lhe labor land Iroubte of an equal quanrj o: , me rtw-- r . . w
o J , . r I .1 t t ' . i - . ' t U ' tvwnntini ?nrf urHturnff Itai till. j
refinement, and tor whose convenience u.o gi. ; cucuuioers. uat one other oojecv reuiwm i w j -- -,17- r . T7-- ri
Stated ' ' l flt W1UWII BCCII IHCSMV j BVI
1 incline toth'e opinion, though without l,av- er wil soo make iti jbrilltant aprx j
inaTetfullvtrledit.that the' Tomato mar be . starry world It was expected h.j
mx.u intii ri.K (ar mat. and be :ept however by Astronomers, out
throucrh the vear'or from seaJoti ta seasuo cithe . imposed upon by i,. correct report.
i 11, in th httftst this uomei erenerauv oears
Sii,lMiov,Cicu "".. , . J.L:f Lz.
ite mild and airreeaLiiw. ihe waier , 8DOtof perhaps six feet square. ; It makes a good ( urocKeii as services
pure, the inhabitante ofjthat class ' fi&fo and U raised with one hundredth part of form the ddlies tor
lytamd lor their hosrttality and lhe labor land jroubte of an equal quanUT ? t the Presidentto i
National or Southern Rail Road is about to pass
by them as it were ai their thresholds.
Still with ail these natural and extraordinary
advanta!s. 1 feel it my duty, continues Mr.
Shepherd, to give my friends and fellow citizens
nf Now F.mo-iani4 fpw words of adviceby way
of caution. That there is a very large amount of
o-old in the -areai state of Viroinia, and that this
r ! . iry-u k nvtra'tpn sn as to
large amouni 01 vjoiu maj w. ."v .
atford a hre profit, is clear to a demonstraiion ;
and I believe that this section 01 our- cyunw j
worthy th aiteiltion of northern entferptite ana
canital. Yel it ifremientlv happens i that many
rrr.. . , -j , .
truit. lhe irrdw.
weather 1 in sammer will keep penecny w
changed;ior several days in a common open iish
io a pantry ; and this I know,; is my cook loes
not like the ariacJe, 1 have contnyea 10 e.
over when shel neglects ray directions.
If DrJberlv Prepared, bottled and corkec it
would certainly keep good in an ice house or
a gone maiKi
We remember to
John Bull,': who, frora liis carrying a mem
nrantliim book, and .making frequent notes,
was no" dduuta forcer of books of travels.
who. tlie first morning he breakfasted at
t Concress-hail, afforded lis infinite diversion
lle-had olaceu his altecions iostviaenity
on a jolly smoaking . stlak, that to say the
honest truth, was the jjOct of oir own se
cret dcvtirs and stooji leaning on thei back
of a diair directly opposite, waiting tor that
bell which excels the music of the spheres,
or of the veritable Sgr)ri;na,pnilli ar of a
triie amateur. At tlieifirst imkling of this
delightful instrument, i rlimble young lel
low, from the purlieiis of the. arcade, with
a body no bigger than i wasp, slipped in be
tween, took the chair; atd transferred a large
half of the steak to hisjown use j jl'he Sig
nior John Bull looked a wf u !ly dignified, but
"said nothing, and deprted n search ot an
other steak Jin a paroxism of hunger He
. Had swallowed eight juinblers of Congress
that morning. In thejmean while' he had
lost the chance of getting aiiy slit at all,
iuntil hewai accommldated at arsitle table
where we delected hnitJmakiDg several notes
- in his memorandum-ibokf iwhih,s without
Captain, 'do yon see any thing on the weather-beam
?No, sir'' replied the officer, "but
there v as a sound came down upon the wind juA
...... n tui . n j s n n fin atw
ktered sUeh airroatfiar-sr-- -bb---
hjat, Nep I" said the,t;aptaiort'T,vm5
'look out for the boat sir, the animal raise his
tie wasuiacedoot a sea
fast to) the
persons have an idea that wherever gold isist!v- perhaps in acfammon cellar, ox under water, or
ered, if thoy can but gel possession of the lands, At juW and uniform temperature -At any 1 1,
no matter at what price, their tortune is maue iui lt founuV' to be as use.ul to oiners as u is w ti
a certainty. This tbolish impression ha3 ruined
m 1 n it n mnn fTh tjmnlation is SO ffreat that
where a person wishes to sell his bod as gold
lrw nnH ,nnrt finrl rn d UDOn it. I" orutri m
rftect his olnectl he will sometimes j bring gold
csinrJahd nrft from a distance and i bury them
uporfhisViwit crouuds, which the purchaser finds
nilL LOtlla cWrOW Wlieil lUU i.t-'"
personsfiadljfa few grams ot gpi'V!"
-eioosXiiVui masses and blocks,. H is need
TLitiadartsnch viomnarv day d'eams are
vi - wi ... ' i.
rtrplY teawvi still manv are sanffumts rjuii
VnursueihUfance Atb ereat ardpr.
Vithuse PSVjus wWentranre in this business
:0ispeco)awir would : say they
vespense ot Miners,
will be fluite desirable to find out how it iiy
best be preserved tur use. Asa pickle keptm
brine o vinegar, I could not use it, 1 am inch
ed to think that us good qualities would be miai
diminisheo.fof-anv one. bv tins mode cl prcsr-
, j j .
vation L It seeins to me. thatof all the articiesoi
diet or ttiedicie that have come to my kuov
ledire,tne Tomato cts most ;directly upon tie
liver; (and ttius on bile. Publish this it y
i15ica and Ipt othpra irv it and make their oH
. , . r - j
..Kcarn nne I L-nmv ihnt several persons Ii
mv acauauitance have derived hke beuehts lrta
the use ottt.-kV. Y. Fanner.
PiupE of Axcestry.4 An anecdote s
told of Mr.
fiirnlnnws. Utd them ;n the rail, and cruathin
his head upon them.lookeu mteutly to windward, ciaXroeen comiiiiUef
moving nis ears rapidly. In a few secoods,Jje , sipWppfvious io;thejibotj
crave ashrill 'howl, and then harking, jumped yet aken cognizance!1 of !tu
down, ana men iawneaupon 111s misier. "1j3u- ; mere exist any legai jarisuif
tern3 in the fore and main rijin shouted the j try ot hot, may! perhaps beS
Captain ;"clear away a gun there, forward ; and if there exists no means of af Jft
-.Mr.- -burn bine liuhts,'' when, caressing the oli that region, it then fcllcffo?
do-, he added. ' Thre my good Neptune, su ; safety ; and preservation dejButi4.
to'em.Ud look to em' .Nrptune.apiX'HKl to tht-ir jii adoption. vtrcutneea
nrnnrAhnd whit w;ix .-said to him. for. inmri:? iiuhsoeasibie to out a checkthi !
on a coop he snuffed the w.nd and fixed his eyrs , cri.uM hich the; vicious ,.ps tho
steadfastly about a point abatt the-weaihar baan.
The lanterns w-ere displayed, and bla ; lignis .
sent forth their clear blaze, when again !hat hoi-
low moan was heard, and trhe dog, .with loau j
barking, leaped from his station, and fawned up )n ,
the Captain, who exelaimed, 'liraca the yards j
sharp up aboard main tack ; and quarter mas- j
ter, keep her clean lull aud by; at all events,!
well see, the end of this !' The sails were nice
Jy trimmed, arid the gallant ship upon a bowline
Dent to the breeze, and dashed the spray from her
bows. Blue lights were still burnt occasionally,
the lanterns were shown abaft, and in half an
hour the ship was hove in stays, and suon was
reaching away on the starboard tack. In anoth
er half hour (for the captain timed it with his
watch) the mainsail Was hauled up, and the af
ter-yards were in the act of being squared, wher.
the officer at lhe weather cat head exclaimed,
A boat to windward board on- the weather
bow Every eye was instantly directed to-
RcKTpr. of Werndee, m ftiot
whtch exhibits tlje pride of at
iM of view. 11
lev. becausi this trreat astronomer ui
natcst observation of it, and com
most accurate reckoning 01 its si
belongs to tfie small) number of C J
ir.U k. call uvuuwic)cu nu muui.i
A. U. 100U, it was first discovered
time on it Vas regularly discovered 1
i 4, lour iiiaes eveiy ; iwicu
the last time first after 77 ye&rt. '
Since us fast appfaiance m A.
yeara nave ilea. 1 ne calculations j
ers are now pnanimous that in uie ct
piesent year, 1834,:it will again li
to the inhabitants of the eaitrwi
If we mistake not
giveaoUce ot this
would take pecaston
should be led from a contemplation
of 1 lira whq called jiiis majestic b:
ence ; and not iiKe ine superstiuop
the herald of 1 lis wrath, but as a 1
elevating display of liis wisdom
pov. . ! !i
It will appear towards the clos
the year 1834 , n the Bast, about
tion Tiirusl, but vejry Indistinct. .
itsdiscticefrbm the earth will be 4
miles. 1 On the ISth'of September,!
'j oniy twny millions ptmiies crstari
weareairfoBg 'V ; llf-f
myioirs s' , , ui
to remark, tba- 1 V:
j yuvu mj aa nere
taverns olVcompanies and
doubt bore hard uponHhe Yankees.
' It is astonishing hoer muciithd tone of a
u Wa nnL in! fVoU ,;.. wards the spot, and there was visibla amidst the
-wiiBBiiiiM-ia mm mi m. m m a -u k. la & m m s. m lii aw mvaasm ai m m
.uhvu.uw... t - . -7- j, 1 cna I 1irLr cnuot fint rt is coma m
on Ennlish book-maker! by tiade,: who .occa
sionally read, pot tionfi of his lucubrations '
to usj and we alwayhad occasion to no
tice this singular conn&tibn of the brain and
the stomach. If he; fjot: a good breakfast.
he let! the ! Italians Jiquite esf ; if his :
dinner was satisfactory", ho grumbled out a
little praise; out 11 ne.got a gooa supper ana
bed, he would actually overflow in a down
right eulogium- But 4":ot6 Italy if his break
fast .was scanty, his dinner indifferent, his
supper wanting, and ih is bed peopled with
fleas ! Ye powers! how he cut ind slashed
was no iaw lo punish. AJ la V
c iu.ki.rv emanates' rruiu the ie. r
itt.vi certain rules of -Y$by
Die a-jre! to be jjqverhedilia'flfl
uieni'aai'uiii the people ti Stif
the crime ot uiurder, rendt vc
all intents aud purposes.
world are so ueuuinti
thev ever, 10 my h art a
lose their tender ihnir p
shtrht,how .su.atl, how ti
beloved one from oblivion
or close to the heart;, es
No thought is so insnppo
total, biai.k i torgetltiln
ihat once laugheduad sur
to our side, Or in our anus
voice, her tears, her kisse
and thtan all swallowed ulU
ness of 'the dust...
in at keensakes. me
dearly, most de.Otedly, d'
ie actiou Ul to
s- k&S' iifrso many
jIlVldua!s' TifiW milling ; .
frift i - v 6 ,a oa "Mim an ari or
de run UiWin?. VV hat nnmn,.,,. .A
would Undertake to gel iin Jtbe
And wha: would h ,." ......
i. .,. ' ' pi'i-auie rediiu 01 sn"h
taming r tv nat w. d t f . , .
uient was heard the sound of many voices simul
taneously shouting, and waim congratulations
were exchanged among; all classes on the deck, hair: and oh' when th
as there now could be no doubt that it was the 1 long mouldered ih the dd:
missing party. The mam and mizen topsails the unoying glossiness of
were thrown to the mast ; the small cutter was
lowered from the quarter, and sent away to tow
the Jong-boat along side, and in another half-hour
seventy six individuals, who, in all probability,
would otherwise have perished were safe upon
r Leaves from my Log Book.
s in trus
emorial, i;3 a
1! on he Ver;
it .hey biad
is; thai oi
a the cnue
wept to tiosc
r tier smr
e dark n
i it beautih
an a . .
ZkZlZ. ' ""y should urAeruUu,
j . iiooouot you anticipate th
rami 1 1 pnrro.l I
r- unacriairing to get gold. Sorne
, a ... i-ijvii ignorance suppose that if tlit v
expend a hrge au.ount, or venture a law sum
hat they .hall certainly realize something in re-'
urn. fcucn visionarv rnw. f..c .i.i- n
any ; we-reas, m the hands of a
perienced .nan, every cent of ihat monev. like ih.
oildirecSed blows, of the armnin 1.1 .
(,.r..l ... ii . !" "UIUO-
.0 aoo(i:acc.unt:and ini4 ,.f -
. .'.v"r c"dru,"aD hundred foM- rJ
? j ,raT Known a man toexpend terr
i.jndreu dollars and get ten thousand dollars of
.go d . or h,,r; ward, and from an fatinZm
whs lands. Oikeve that he might labor all his
wle m the same prudent way, and with the same
gooo ?ua-ess Again,! have known another
ma..-, ja :!:e same situation nrpri.U. 'v-j
1 '"wJ ac'u uje
'gi Under UJ
sion, Which he
'J -a 111
strah'TRr. n;h. rM---ue-y-;
nrt fir X . cciaentiy met at the foot
of the Skyrfrd, made various inquiries res-
nSf iC0Untry' t,lePPect.,and the
ne.ghborlng houses,and) 4m olh agk
usW TKSf 13 thM ant,ue mansioa before
honl r 1 S'r' 'S Werudc a ry ancient
fe:? P"1 oht hearls of Pern.
hr if r T nrSt ':ne and the Earls of Pern
or keof the second line. il. !i nr,ia ti.u
erts of fJhrrbu ry, the Ueebets of Coldbrook,
Kamsey, Cardiff, and Ynrii m J
vuij,urc !-ari ot. Hiinaili l. 1
fl.-i . t ----.., ine UUUSC8
"vuim, aiia ianaHh. rtnA ..11 .1. - r .
i i . an tutj l ow
CHS. Ollt OtlfhK. f -Tr . .. , .
:n : i ' "wuc' oy trie lemal
vaujc.iqe jjuke of Beauorf V (ir
ray sir, whohvos then
hen pardon ine. and ar. -
" L.LniI(f I 1 1 1 1 ill 1 a. If
ions oTmilca f cs. I
t i -
at Uear, wher? it m van
Julunce ana f PPseBt-.
t d.at.the pighest
-jber, it will fstsid Ha
rhUlion3of miles jistiu
J beginning of -thenar
lhe aim; beams aitf!
'the distahco of iO
nitb, for the sexm
t jand on the 1st d 5
,.15 millions! of iniea
. fede from the earth,
J and in the year 12 f
i ons. H - J -1.
corne out ot it vnur.r m
soon ho ....l. rr,w.., ... ju it
- r UUi.u in ine ruma nr it
tJCCESSFtL Appcii inlll - e .
rom thie tvesten
away! Tue country tfasjiaughtj the men
all .thieves and beggars the women no bet
ter? than they should fe-ihc morals good
for nothing the reiiMorj still Worse the
monks a set ot lazy fdogs and the pope
wis sure to be classef with his old play
mate, the devil ! Of $o much cbnsequence
is algood dinner to th4reputation ofl nations.
It behoves, thereforeall tavern-keepers to
bear in mind the hcMorj of their country,
and that they be careful to stuff all travellers
. by proftssiorv, and jail professors of the no-
. ble art of puffing, wijji the good; tilings of
their larders to station a servant behind
the back of each of their chairs,' With spe
cial orders to be particularly attentive and
to eive them the best&vds to the house. So
shaflltheir country flourisli in immortal books
of travels and diurnls, and taverns multi-
. : ply and prosper everbore. f ,
There is no plac tn the orld where
this rule of feeding people into good humor
' is more infallible ihcfii ai the springs, where
the appetite become sot gloriously, teasing
abd imperative, that it is creditably reported
m the annals of the jbori ton, that a delicate
young lady did o'ncel!catup her beau, in a
fieaklast. Certain it is,
From the GaUtnian, JuneZS.
TRIAL AND EXECUTION OF PAT
RICK O CONNER.
On the 23th ult. at 5 P. M. report was that
Patrick O'Cunner had killed George O'Keefe,
upon .vhich, by agreement of the citizens near
the tragic scene an inquest was held over the
body of the deceased. And the verdict rendered
by the jury was, that the deceased came to his"
death by being shot by Patrick O'Conntr.
O'Conner was arrested oy mutual consent of
all parties, and, on the next day was duly tried
by a jury of twelve citizens, taken tram the mul
titude, rrivilege was given to the prisoner Ux
object to all such as he chose not to be tried by,
and he made no objections to the mode of trial.
He was allowed the privilege of choosing a friend
to counsel with him, and assist in conducting the
After the jury were sworn, the witnesses were
called in and testified as follows:
On the 29th of May, (a rainy day) George
O'Keefe. the partner in business , and resident
and joint owner of the same house with O'Con-
ner, acd two of the witnesses, alsa residents of
tbe same house, came home from the vdlage of
Dubuque, and found the door of the house Dohed.
On asking O'Coaner to admit them, he (O Con
ner) refused them admittance. They still aolici
ted admittance, but were as often refused. Tru
rain falling rapiaiy , they commenced pusUiug
the duor till it opened. And, on the instant me
door cams Open, Q'Ccaner fired, and O'Keefe
ail else gone to nothing
solt, smooth i)urnishtki and
the apparelling that once
shine over ah angel's brov
m i t . , K . I . . :
Ayei a locKoi naii, is iafjeif?i man ai
ture Lus part 6tl he belold Object he
belongs to the tresses that ken. .on, 1.
mav nave been dissheveliei U
sunbeams, over your beat
solemn thoughts saaaen inieai4
so rduisreiit ; the loneluu
iijjre and more it sterns to
1) , " Atepest thou no mo
a tear true to the unpens
all natuie seemed; to r!ejo
lhe bjsU to wh.ch i t j
ten.' niAV thai nhe has
many long,-weary oaysI jnihs, ytauMt
she was forg uteu ilariudhour ii atUt
came like a passing ; sietWeea
i . t- i m
sunsnine oi our uviu Jtmuo i.uibal
sa .le sum and get nothing hut a load ufdebtup.u
. nuoers instead oi gold. Now wjill you say old at exorbitant priced UX
t..at these mu es ought not to be worked ? Ka. into hi tr 1a?"C P100 came
r iet: them be worked by honesC phlet of less lhan
ad piudent met. Let this be done I u t ,, ,1 n
list will find his monefpSlv fc" J
"I sav let th
"Xj ( need, aad
r ,' "... i:..
... var.i..sl una ma money profi tablv
r.vlii,j,f-.van.T ine millions fgold in Virginia
will be made to circulate and gladden the hearts
oi millions ot lhe human race now pi n in r in want
and 'periahintg for lack of knowledge ,f
dunri therevIntiohary waublishep num
ber of pamphlfcts,and somehookS wLfc
at exorbitant prices. A pWso
hit store one day, and asked for
I A.U I
I a .n' i 'i baccofchewer.
. uwi . I ll - J ,
street int e 8 QY 8
. i uiuicasui
"o? out on i i ; c
i a in" ment on Sun
fcooks which he dav galUnting
l A w I ' . , 1 ?4
I don't mi
e a snu;i
rea.-.t ! HoY
i-iZ on lie
orlops a Mded
A is no trior
l$ao lor Soil
Hie Ooid Re
We learn fronivUr.il-rc ot
that the undue excite c A-h,.;k
covery of gold cieates 1 1 hiu4is
is i;uvv at an end in v
petting !ruld is assumi
character. The lar
farming, and the x
ning.and m this way
As lo the richness
has eiven full satis
them in a tnuriai an
in ir. wesence.! wh
nri.rwrtlrn lit nitrtai
,wi WAntifui rains
, ; t j : i 1
wnica; oao uu s tru
The following is : fl
The Cokjt-or Dr. Moses, th
ounhed in our, town previous t0 the , evolatiii
was a reputed conjuror. One day a market man
csme to him, complaining bitterly that some or
had sfolen from him a box of butter. The Dr
mounted his wig, and opening a large folio vol'
u".,rFia snort time in ravsiitinatinn
i .ii . . y " ""u
,jun turning ta the man, sternly tola him tu foi
10W him. Hft wpnl Hi
M .the. wharves, and went into tbe hjold, an.;
poiuted &ut to the man his idenucal ot but
ler ' he man, tearing to have any th n to do
with-butter w hich evil spirits had, as he suppjs
d, found for hiin, gave it to t(ie Dr. as his fee
1 1 he Dr. had that morning been at worli' on the
wharf, and sttn a mau depusiie the boi in the
vessel. 1 .
neirrhborin? tywn bavins lrt
articlejicame to the Dr. who houIh n..i
to look intp the book of fate until the pern on
whont.strong soijpicion resred. was ornt th
nifijf jSahi-ifticrt'!'l,ltft 1- : : -ft- .. '
t 1 , , " - B 11 iiMjmrea ir ne was
gmviy-iiis man t denied the.
3aia inei ur,, we wsll see and
one nurjfired patres for
a hard doilari wherpaj
a aojiar wnniH hoA i n
,llfl Srp. ) - UCCU US mil
vaiue. ; i he nnrsnn wa .
.-.i -.i . . ri . ouF"5ea af me
wvw.u.u uemanu, to which he made some
wuj,. netook the pamphlet from
- was about to replace it on
j KiMuvu- auu
...vojii aiitr-roir, tnis boote W3 n,,. t.
ffeiienin. Ilia tickled the vanity of the
purchase, who, not to loose ; his claim to
that proud title, threw down the dollar, and
iuo up ine pamphlet
1 : Knickerbocker
ug. . I
like them to six
I don't like! to
I don't like to
HUM Si K
diameter of. UiJ L10 Puet
mrrm J !' I
I don't lit kn cTl n2 86011
I Hnn'i lib.. .. il .1 i:
-.. . ftfto jhj icil 'ftW ;, .1
, , ou hvair
Che lidiea all
.be imeri as
i 1 I .
1 tl-n.1 mUnni
trv-Jlir i ).tv.li
Campbell - he poet, was made Lord
lector of Glasgow by theifirm impulse of the
youth oi the V4st h was i. der.p snow
when he reaced thft ...
, -6 g'wi iqe
students were d4wn up in parties, pelting
one another: Thp poet ran in imotheankl
M.,cw -cverai anow-oalla with unerring aim,
en sum.npning jthe scholars around him
in the hall; delivered a speech replete w.th
philosophy and, eloquence, k is needless
to say how n wasi welcomed. I
jlon't hke keep c4m & 1
I don't hke i sea I Wjt.i
Of A vili rv V
I ;t:Mi-ii u .Birr.
ml r i
rrl moJily. Jlto
: I -I: . i H f
i Y i rf i rf ore .IK .
I -:4hv fciwv wfifT. !
fllnff if at
I r ft..Hs .11.
i v ouxr'- ,ii
I 'I 'II
ii ..-;.t ! v HI
Iiail'.IIlIDr 3 cr...
of napri.said Suv. sir. hJrf ihii fc...
iTou ae an inaucent ir. tt w ill remain blank:
fyoa. are guiiH yutir Haw will appear Up-ju
fire a lew aiinutes; his hana ix?an io trem-..
.is'inj sav iu i.aum lppeariog juiit was i..ao-ift-i&d
m i'is roilnieiiance, he acknuwiH
the crimiP, and wad willing to any riurn
tu have ULb tpeil 1. moved, i'i tie 1 1, ..i,., I ..
wryten the man's name with c juice on tlie
'np-J - . . " . !
As tbej light 4 'science is disseminated inur.p
I yiOrid tfee int ct supi-rstiuou diappear like
rmtanw. ye learn that an'! attempt was
made to fire to tlj old AImouc.oe bp'uee
treet on 1 hurray ight Wi. I the course of
wie evening i tne attrtj lion
keepers waiarr Ly a noised ihe" ffiS
o rhis gaia-toese; 4ad immediatelr hiS2? fortJ ?tSTti f
u, one who hap na visil
1 tiOOt like tA he dunrii'
J dontt like to hear ladies alwa
boot dress and bothinir t r
don't like to see U 1.. j
1 don't like lo hear vriinl !..:
ldonHI,kei4see .loox '
. Idonthke toW ladles lW
ww uie tos be acctked oil
Jjon;x Iike l4 WW i
tefr uasteninii I tort? more rhfnh Li... i r
rv. rf t.. . i ...... . - :rM'
uicui snnmr I i.oii.mrr .ui u-b ! L- ,.tT
rwi , L Ij . """ne, and I WU oy." n is resijectfulia xUb I Ii
nd a bric had beea ihrowo iium Jt showa aj wat i fr -
the roof of the buildin OWtt even a sava FnfLn "lfj6 freir
tiie xnornsn de .
i liiogppjy of Jfiseplr 15oc2narte has made
iti appearaoce. -v, ; i "
: . , - ;uQiiun i . - c . uu ran rv.ee
" " waff ndiarje, fearing the ' donV lit- to sj luiaHti red
hst alen,pt fuighl pruve .occ1,1 l.l I don't fii--i tlnrli
.... ' iujt: -ri i..r
ot cae&e tm wperj I'm iJlfaap
ti.d a mi iiiflr ti. ih i.Kt, a,ta.u ... f
ooject oforaM i, Oo o. aod inak ?
tubsequMi wkam, thay r ward of fifty dollars
I "v ,
ill ' J l -" "
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