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From the Madisnnian: ' j
' i nnfJTlON AND 'LOCOFOCQISM;
" I . . ........ yk- - - 1 T !'
- When Mr Paolding wrote toAn.oony c"--'
rreen io 'Salmagundi.' and wound op with his
! ;xq.iUta M ee if I sparest eiogle P WJ g
- .11 W Way I baa been W
" his i beat vein o7 humor. 'I bit, bo wtvervwe
riaVdUcoraratf. was not the only lias nous
? iosiajce ia which bis humor was WK ,
? aa. bi.critic .saW?iV "4 ttWV.
. - ww mum- T - - . - l . -
Oar backs poll tod haull tho one upon
the other, without concert of action, eita
m . " ' ' .a 1 ...a..
in Wall street ; ana it disunion exisis was,
where the banks are within a hundred tarda
of each other, w bat of j discord there 3 must
be in the 26 Slates, w here anks are parted
by hundreds of ciiles! There continue to
he disorder io the currency! spasmodic con
tractions, derangement of exchanges", trour
teemed quite essential elements of J no7' b!e and uncertainty as to tha money market.
iv h lnnkl throasrh half a volome saw ... ,ik nn..i.ilhl South.
- in it i a. ud tin wwuwwa , r-,-:
his critic. o find a page withoot a pig
VV .11 over' There was still a page which
Ma critic did iit aee. anoVperbapa dtdinrej
- x. f u ftd not Ma it. beeaoee-.it was not
there to be seen The page, nevertheless, . was
western monev. no j oum can ., caicume
. m .
once wri.tea aid published. ft waa not . jeejj
fcar because ofj if. not harinff W m H' J
Ja ialt It ias peculiar for i aeptijwoup.
.nd paeoliar (or ita being the orsa to
y I own author., Time and accident sometimes
ribooiea dryea-tbey hare dwmierradj thia
r"Kr,i nie. and ffifeo it a history eo-
f equal in corioJity with that of the page ontof
th. Librarf copy of Mra Graham Jeurnal.
what it will cost him to coiieci wnat no
sella far from home. All ljiterasts intensely
feel the want of that fbjr tb:currency,which
is so essential to Jhe iGolernmant of the
country a head ; a power Irith the capaci
ty of co operating acMonfwhat ugoBGE
Washington and James Madison approv
ed as Presidents of these ported States -John
L. Stephens, Eeq ! the well knowrl
tra? eller in the East, bar J newspapers an-
nounce as appointed to fill the vacant mis-
which diaclosad aome pamc-iur. w i - aion lo Guatemala.
Itaeetna nafo"" r.":' ,' . . "7
FlnmnhreT abd Biddlel continues to bo the
topie of talk in the street! j It has : notTyet
arlected the roiton market; unless the keep
ing it in its present position be considered
aS 8Uch '- !' J : I - li "' '" ' ,j
1 The Great Western jeates Thursday with
a full com o!e men t of passe offers.
With the exception of he V S Bank the
stocks have, had to-dayjt generally adowri
ward tendency, j U S Bank has gone up to
i The firemen ofthecitt Jiold a great meet
ins to night on the subject of the creation
of the 24 new hose companies to oust their
chief engineer.3 f v i A
The Montreal Coutferl says that Sir
George Arthur, " after piltt exaanning into
the afftir of tae American schooner at
were few who! reviled the UnthtMen more
aerimoooosly tban he! He did not acople. It
would appear, t6 throw the greatest odiom ppon
the aootb and lita domeatio jostitaUons: i Hia
Leltera fromihe Sootb, bare been admired by
Ihia friends, as among the moat spirited of hia
works. Now tbe peculiar page to which we
bate referred, waa printed in thia aolome wnen
it ftral appeared Aa a-apecimen of what, waa
co to be acen in the Sooth, he drew the jobjotn
J ed- pictore, tyr which we are lojebted to the
Loo isville Journal: f ' :? t ,! . iJ J
Tbe ado waa shining pot very hot. and in
' taming an anala of the road we encountered tbe
following group; first a little art drawp byi efie
horse, in wbicb Jive or ai half naked black
ehUdrenwere tumbled like pigt together. ; I be
cart bad oo coTormg.and they Beamed j tq haire
.n.iu hrmUA toiWu. Behind the! cart
smirched three iblack women, with head, neck, Brockfille, despatched messenger to Wasb-
una urnasi.9 uiiuuimovi .r v. --1 iiiuiuii un iuc Buuracii
. . i . . I lunhMlliMl 1
stockings next csmo. ioipo wru,. .uw-w,
half naked, andhcfWned logeiAer witA aa o
" chain ! Last of 1 all came a white man a wuiie.
: man lrl k t Jinn horseback, carrfin? ptstola
in hia belt, and i who. as we passed biro had the
impodf nee lo look os in tbe face witbooi blush
inir I thotild tiked to have teen him hunted by
blood hounds, AVa nouae wnere wo - uwyy,
little further one learned that he booght theae
miserable beings io Maryland, and was match
ing them in ihla manner to some of the more
Southern StateaL Shame on the State Of Mary-
rhnl Isay-Shame on theStateof Yirgimf I
and every State; through which thia wretched
cavalcade was permitted to paaa. Do thejn ex
pect that aoch exhibitions will not j dishonor
them in tbe eyes of atrangera, however ihey
fmar b reconciled to tbem bv - edacatiooiand
.1-1 : .' i "
The political prisoners . now in Quebec,
some. 70 or 80. it is Said ;in the Courier, are
to be sent to New Soutrt Wales. 5 '
If the wind had not been frOm the east
so long it is time now 1 we 1 should be look
inir for later news from Europe to heir
which there is not a lutfe anxiety
tn -thiarnaiteJi-f hj pas fiaaliy licharged,and
MrsJairvis be saitr. wanted to I mike a chamber!
maid of Uim, wbich .be would oot arree to at all
at all. ; Mr Sbirrnaq called him Patriek.XThat,
oeaaia, waa not nis name loijnia own conotrj,
ana aeernea io reseniHTerj ejucd., ; : ; .(-. s
1 ubailes igoorney j Esq.! was next called
who testified to the n amtm. books the " 4oct of
shipped ffrortt Europe; khich pm tbroab hb
bands, lot af he jcnewoci in? amoani expend
there, his tatitbony bsi; cot short by asking
what he knew of the doctors genera icnaracter.
which he etated was f uniformly good; aa (aras
came under bis cler ration A lew others .ware
called, whose testioony amoanted toaboct the
same Ltbing.f 1 m m ;'"TU
y, I he Tenefaoie vr pqwuiuiH way uerexaueo,
on the 'part If tbaj petitioner and save her an
excellent character from 'cbi!d. He aaidtid
had received her ! first inatruction frota c bin
hat she was! kind, amiable and anectioaateto
a fault, previous to her; martiage with Dr Jarvii.
tie wasasKea jijoe naa lormea aq opinion r
Dr J Drevioos lo tbe mama?e.r After snmhe.
iutioo be aajd he had , and that he had -ao'ea- I rt'llLt j:
pressed himketf; to Sarah f Mrs. J.p-ihat he AJOCtpr
.L. n....l LIJ; t.J 'II:.; ' I. . i
line i-fociurifwouiu ut uiwier. - leaitmrjUT
appeared to hear strongly in faror of M re. - Jar-
VIS.' ; i'r ' i j i j """"AV ,-rrT
. Ebenezer Jacusoa. hsq. ol Aiiddletown, was
here caned, nnncipally to show the; v aloe of Mrs
J arris's wardrobe, and he waa requested by Dr.
J., when beUaft' MiddTetbvfn io attend this trU
al. ' His tesHmonr was that! of a genileman atd
C i i V!'-tBtSN !
-2 it -4 - - 1 I ,4 - id . , Is-
, JUNE 2, 1839.
JiOKiiwntlon Ybr Congress
OFFICE REMOVED. '
CJT'Tlie EDiTttRiAi- Ofpice
of tlie Watchman is removed
acholafl'fle bad also! ien iniuiiatelyialated: r T3lj liJ fc&J
in thefamilyOnd ba4 aeverM intefviej.. iwflh EdltOl s Law Office, JUSt
Jarvia that ft was Indeed Tery aarpriaing Dr;
Jarvia was ancb ja lyraaj: in pis own family I d
at the same iimei maintained anch a character
abroad lor kibdneaSand loveJ She replied that
it waa indeed surprising; and she tboughtaj
Mr Baily. tlje pDbciorfa atodent, had'aaid to her,
that t he Doctor had tied characters, one for the
nubile and one fur hta familr. !'1--iv
Market street. The Piuntino
Office is; in the yard of the
riv ! t -'"Hi
MR. FISHERY ADDRESS
A few depositions were then read,one of lv.k at. x?:.ZJ. r .u. ..k
which from the lady tof the Ret; Mri Pier- !'',, v .; ifTi j.. . , r
ponv Dsion, .was airongiy in iavur 01 oir
Jarvis'a cbalactei for domestio habifs
When ibejn closed fast evening, Mr Inger-
aoll rose arid said, that, he pad be$n jna truer
ted to sav, !by bis senior counsel, that they
Ipeeches deliTered at Lexington
and MocksTille : and we shall r proceed, in a
spirit jof perfect fairness to examiae it. We
wll premise that thfii publication aa far 7 as . it
goes is a true report of whit was said by him,
THE CONNECTICUT! DIVORCE CASE.
Correspondence of tftiW K Commercial.
:. Hartford. May 29, 1839.
! The great divorce case of Sarah M. Jar
ris vs. Samuel Farrar Jarvis, came on' before
tbe committee: at; 8Vcickyesterday oiorn
i nff, tor the purpose o( bearing the respond
r.. .k- t- AA tkU Aewnnlltm n eai 8 piei. u itbbbu iuiq uupuuiuui, uiairin
the 'Complete Worka' of Panldingjoat publish- up with greater are by the Doctor bimself.
would submit the caSe without argument, 4 though there are aereral thinge pot stated which
but it was declined .by the oppite eotih- he did say. These ie will atterop. to supply, &
sel They adjotirned Until eignt f oV16ck We appeal to the large assemblage at both these
this mornirigi at Union Hall,' when RI"Tf places whether we are not correct ia our state-
Baldwin cdraraenced his argument for the j mentJ He said at! Lexington ibat f, between
in Congress It receited tkirty tuo. -This was
the only direct proposiiion in fa vor of the bub
Treasury, and we aee it rejected by nearly two
to one of the Whfga. JHftervards Mr. Robert
son, another member from Virginia, moved to
re-commit the deposite bill then ohder consider
ation with "inifrvdiOTiao rfporl (Ae test rw
tieat plan of conducting the fiscal concerns of
the Government, without the- aid of moneyed
corporations. This proposition . received the
ote stated in Mr. Fishers pamphlet. It is a
well .known parliamentary practice for members
to Tote for questions of mere enquiry without V
ny purpose of votiog for the principle auggeated
in the proposition. t Thia was not a motion for
inat ruction so to amend the. bill as stated by
Mr.F..but to report " a plan " or scheme.
The V bigs wanted to see what sort of i plan
the Jackson Van Baren Commi'.tee, of the
House would look opon aa the 'best The com
miltee had reported in favor of tbe pet Banks :
they and the whole administration were heart
and soul for that ptan. The Whigs said to a man
that the money ongbt to be restored io the Uoi
ted states uank, trom wbicn it bad been re-
moTed in the moat tyrannical manner by the
President. No doubt i hey wished to throw all
tbe difficul ties possible io tbe wayof the obe
dient j majority who were aiding the Fiestdent
in his assanlia upon the commerce of the coon-
try and tne tawsot. toe land, lo maice mis
Committee report a plan involving principles to.
which they were utterly averse, was one of the
modes adopted to thwart and hinder . them in
their tyrannical career. It is a well known
mode of parliamentary warfare to defeat a mea
Laure bv clceertns it with aneodmenta so as to
have beeo favored I make itonacceptable to the party proposing it
Mr. Mber understands this , aa welt as any
man : If Mr Robertsoo'a motion had prevailed
tbe pet Bank: scheme would have been at an
end: the Committee never would have reported,
and the party would hare been forced back opon
the U. States Bank: the great object which tbe
Whigs had in view. It la idle to say ' that the
Whig party would have been bound to support
petitioner, jand;con?Iuded one offgrM lanBurenand C he had no cheiesi
quencej at jI2e;Wowhen J ngerapU sijfceteotiW held bitfa'pillfcf-j&wie ttpotl
commenced fort tjjelreapondent. The argu
J t ! - it -"f : l- '' ' .; ima ll - - r
At MOcksvitle be aaid on, this subject, in cose'
any plan that this committee might think best.
U waa in fact, a meie erquiry, in which no body
would be committed to any thing, & teas perfect
ly undcrstofd at the time to be nothing more;
1 beae two propoaitions were proposed late in
the session : were but little discusaed in Con
gross : never were recommended to the party
ed ? No it is not there But it stands in the
early edition, we are told, where it waa permit
ted lo Viand forjyears, until, at length,! ibe. au
thor beginning io hanker after office, a second
edilion of 'Letters from the South' waa pub
lished, from which the passage waa omitted
This, the author, being the proprietor of his
own works, of coorse bad a right to do.j- A long
disquisition aa favor of slavery, with great; de
ference 'to hvoety Sf coi'Sisteocy, was substituted
a part of whichjr reads aa follows: r ' . j
jTbe SectiOd cause of disunion witl be found
in the alar e population of the South, whenever
the misguided, ;or wiliojly malignant sial ot) tbe
advicates of entiancipatioq shall iostiteie, as it
one dau doubttits will, a crusade asafnst! tbe
constitutional rights of alave owners, by sending J lisha; Hart, the father jof Mrs. JM it appears
and was read by S Ferris, Eq.," of Stam
ford. Counsel for tbe Doctor, and occupied
one hour and a quarterjin reading. All the
principal allegations in the4 petition tbe Dr
denies- Most of the; petitipnet charges
of ill treatment, &c.i !were !laid in Europe
while in Floience, snd Rome, and at sev
eral watering places on the continent. ijTbe
Doctor makes out extrav-gant expenses of
his lady, particularly afler be left his family
and returned himself! to this country. It
seems he has already honored the drafts of
his bankers, Messrs. j Wells & Co. at Pans,
for over $11,000, andj by an affidavit of E-
among them faoancal agents ami fanatical tracta.
calculated io rehder the 8lave disaffected ,and the;
situation of lha; master and kls family! danger
o'os i when appeals shall be made under the
aanciion of religion to the passions of, ihese ig-;
norsot and excijted blacks, calculated snd intend-;
ed to. roue their worst and most dangerous paa-i
eion8, and to place the very lives of their mas
ter", their wiys, and! their children, in the!
deepest peril ; iclien societies are formed H the.
.! ! 'i- i ' ,il ! ! . t
mem win ciose witn wir. onerman io-raor- ,f i.. 1 n. tmJ
toe uectSlOQ 01 tlie COmrailtee 1 f . .a.lm. m. imvn I in the coontrv t never were taken on h ih
KH'ff 4 UV ll ntHIW fMIV V4t. wis i w.w.v.w I - .. "
uig oewspapera ; never were aoopira oy
the Whig portion of the people or even consid
ered by them. Besides all this, it was well
known that nine-tenths of those members : who
voted in favor of theae motions were in favor of
the United States Bank. The transaction, was
well nigh forgotten on all Lands, when it was
rriZmm: t, m i have wk
'mmi'ITL XT V.. vMect. If Jkmw twould teUuouS On tbe
vomrantee seiecieu oy ine uegisiaiuroj Jl- j - u r.L - ,
draw her Petition j The Committee repor- I would give tha President, but he did not think
len'iinanimouaiv. ana me ntiuse acceuieu i inere was arts wcutm winut ovicciwn. nc utu
he Report! welareftoldi fjy -nearly a bnan- ni aee how it woul&be m greater source vfpat- 8eiz1 00 hJ Mr Calhoun aa an after thought to
imn ntl ! rl I! I 1 i J. ifU;., nt. u- ..w cover his inglonoos desertion from his party.
This! was decided by the Legislature on fjnher, that! lit das objected to this eysjem So afanda the mailer, and it appears to nS most
Mr. Curtis, Chairman of the
itteeymade ihje Report, which is oon- 0f individual depositories, but he did not
'mWmprUt imputi ng rceofnaf oyellton ; he did not s
to both parties out exonerating both . . i 1 . 7 t
blame to both parties out exonerating
from any intention seriously to injure ei
ther. Dr. Brorawell, another of the Com
mittee loljowed, complaining of :he Peti
tioner, if intimating that What set was forth
in the Petition JwasJ not proved. Mrl "Dut-
ton. another member, opposed the Divorce
t1at the money would not be secure in ;
individuals should not , be as faWtful as the
Banks.- He then proceeded to say as stated
in tis reported speech concerning tbe specie
clause of tbe bill. I
I At Mocks villc, he went Into a labored vindi
cation against: tbe charge of wishing to get into
topic. Did it.j c
lo declare his i rs ,
board. It u m
has ho choice I : t
the nature of rn:
anced in a rn it r
We do not wi
worship any td:!
rome under the .
pey : we do r.ci"
Clay or Van Dur
tell the peoph
how he is -.beiv.-s
he would show i
himself more Lo:
fearlessly thsn t
But Mr FisSu r
for the men, I t ',.
people oj IScrC. i
wilt here remark si
to rind the genth :
foremast . in n '
lagging in the rc :
sell for ahidir.;: I
North CarUlna, i
trictl That is no
and wuhet of j
be a "pecimeu i ;
which he v;z- to
not according to :'
District as a politi
olina send our r
twelve other fr. ,i;
lar will into c'a :.
please us that r.
what we had tc! '.
to the will of t!
ilies. This prs:
disputation and i
serted in the pz:s t
it is known thit t!
against Mr Yah K
al District, we L n
shall count in Cc
tion goes to the II
bss a right to '..-.!
sny general resuk
gency. The very
district system, j :
trict shall prevail.
Vote for tie v, I
that is, if the get : :
in force as is the c
there would be r
the result of the I
present case it zz:
can he no such pr
We have go:."
this examination t!
there are other rr,
we cannot forbear t
shall recur to cii: .
In the Number cf r
that he remitted over 2.000 dollars from bis
own purse for her expenses while there,
v At 2 o'clock came-on the regular exami
nation of witnesses. -tbng before that hour,
groups were seen wending ;tbeir way to tbe
Court House, which soon became densely
filled, and made it extremely difficult for
the committee, the counsel and witnesses,
to take their, seats. At the appointed hour
the committee entered, followed soon after
by tbe Hon. R M Sherman, with Mrs.! J
leaning on his jarm J-fNeitt followed the
Hon.1 Heman Allen, also with Miss Janette
Hart Jarvis tbe eldest daughter, who" has
taken sides with hlrY mother. Next,- or
' when it is at' last evident that nothing will pre soon after entered the i Doctor :1ind Second
.Serve lhem but secession, ijieo will certain; of j daughter, with several female friends from
-hlfi68 1 MInll this city and Middletk. fa'ndif long array
madly iron, tbe .spheres and jostle the others ml -ftf- r, vlr. ivifti,. 1.....
- their wild career." ' ; ; ' - l ' 1 1 " .'J-tc , I Fa,wco
i Such has been the course of Mr: VaoBuren's were seated, the first witness, on the part of
: Secietary on tbe! question of slavery Sr Uj be' the petitioner, Miss Janettej Hart Jarvis, was
made friends vf tbe Abolitionists bv hia first Joob called to the stand la jrlnei . looking, black
lication, wei suppose be haa conciliated i itbe I eyed, rosy' cheeked girl about 18 where
iaf cuuiger oj; nis iasi. ajniania oeentne
conduct of ibose statesmen, who have crawled
into notice by timita ting the double-faced policy!
tefofVati BoreaJl We have but to knock off! the
masks they wear to behold the mainspring-r-m j
j Xcre. bich moTes snd moulds -their ootivard
conduct, and 'teaches them to wear anydisguiso
sister States for the avowed purpose of
destroying the; value of thia principal
the pmjMjrty 'of a southern planter ;
becomes ai question mooted in tbe lesis!
the States. or of the General Govetoment.wbe
ther the nsbta of the master over, bis slave
8hall be any longer recognized or inaintainednd
and appealed to the; House not, to grant the j Congress to attend to the interests of the Choc-
prayer. Mri Clark of Oaybrook, and Mr. taw Indians in which it was alledgcd that he
Brook of Meuden followed in the debate, waa deeply interestexl personally. All thir he
Mr. Els worthiof East Windsor, moved the did certainly say, am! it ia all omitted in the
Previous Qustijoni which was promptly nLblication whether esif a or bv accident is
wuuu j .ii ii(8( n.ibii i.io i not tor us to determine.
qaestion was carried land the report adopr
unjust and injurious to call this matter a Whig
measure in any sense of the word. It is equally I senger for the pre
unjust to sayxhat tbe Whiga are in favor cf the onder lc above It:
pet Bank system : It is tiue, as a matter of dire that Peter Force ct
necessity, they will take that rather than the ly found an old r.sv
Sub-Treasury with its thousand coiroptions, its -1775, containing t
evils and its dangers : they will take any thing Charfotte, which is
rather than expose the fends of the nation to be and is essentially d
pillaged by tbe Prices and Sivartwout3 of the the patriot feeling
8 noils partv. But they prefer the United States much rejoiced. Ti
Bank as a depository, and have ever done so. j of resolutions, date
We do not mean a State institution with no
thing of nationality, but the oame : but a Bank
to be chartered by Congress and regulated by
tbe representatives of the nation.
'i; , New Orlkaks, May 31.
: ' 1 M 5 i S ' ' I'll..,
Jforriole iZXxel. -The coroner was! called on
yesterday to' hold an inquest on two bodies which
were fonnd pear the road to the BTo St. Join;
about a mile from the borders of the Lake The
following are all the particulars we have obtain
ed : Jit individual coming j Trom the! fake by(;
this road heard stifled groans at some distsice
in the woods, snd, having followed the direetkin
from wnich'ilhey proceeded, discovered a man tn'
ihe agonies: of death. who had been wounded iv
many atrokbsof pohiardi otbeiogr tblerfo policy never was pursued rjy i sU)f politicians,
mat.oh tn the yonerlanihorities. :whoenaikl ndo? 'P6 pura a rejutcaft. as bimself
ed Camaioifk'dOnesUo make , inquiries into the t ,)U,d disdain to claim fellowship with them.
Mr. Fishftr'a ohlv nbiertinn in tlnm uh
J With these cprreqtiona, we shall take up tbe neW- is the oecie oavtnn feature the
address arid) examine it f and we will ad- ' ,u'.i frt.l fWmlUiA .;u,r.i.- .
f,- ; j --sj- - viuvl t, v v Mats.? wi aiiuuiw vujbiuuu9 ttO W ai
vert to-the Act jin the first )lace that through, have stated, be rejected in his speech : now
out the whole paperhe no Vrbere admits him- be t remembered that the Sub Treasury as
sp a Wbjgjojliniima proposed by the administration, and as it
parly; Safar from this, he accuses the Whigs passed by the Senate, has no ,such feature
of originating the Sob-treaaory : of acting " in- in it. Welli all these objections being 6b-
consistently jof " .shiftings.and turningsnand
of nnjostly; assailing'4 those: who are not dis
posed to jump aboot as much as tbe rest of
them." According to his Statement of the caae
ai' mdre unprincipled and 'detestable coorse of
fact. On Captain YoohesVsrrived at the sntt ) f But who is it thai the Whigs have so injun-
.t s iJL jLU ITl '. -i. I I 1 .11 - i i ' . ' . - . -
she went through ihe ordeal of upwards of
three hours exammation, answering ques-1 and cexaminiiionj a second
iions. with Wreat seitnossession. till half I ed. still holding in its hand
past 6 ; whenlkhey I adjourned till 8 H19 wrenched j fromiits jgrasp
o'clock this robrningil i She was then again cn,JI Tl!
the man was dead. J ! The strange circomstanse' I ouslv asaai ed for not jumnino- abont ? Surely
cxciieu me puspicioi, oi uwro na wing, own i I M, Finher itoea not mean to eomnlein on hia
two bodies were
the 3l8t of that tn:
-y yyy Mat .
"This day the c
It then gooson Ij .'
ment V suspended
the crown are tc: J,
colony is jsnspeniri
gress of each provir
viated, would not the bill become palatable, I tal Congress, "is i:. -
and would he not vote for it should ho be execo live power." '.
elected, if he thought it - would go down to establish "certain
with tlie people. At any rate, would h'e not Eternal governmer.t
give it . bis personal influence being thus shall be provided f -
modified. . It is for the people to say wheth- provides that the i
er they will elect a man who could be thus dav to organize rr
- - i I.Ji. .Ll: .. . - I - i a
easuy reconcnea io idis most aetestabie mea
sure, or whether they will take a man whose
judgment feelings and obligations all run
together? But now to the
Mr. Fisher thinks it would be man-wor-
to accomplish iu end8. The people are to jodge
whether their confidence is worthily , reposed in j acrutinizing severity Jand, st the adiournine.
called od; and was soon Oaseed o. th. fl"f!f? 1 ?PP
1 , i fi . . . .1 bad received tnree stroKea; or
vuuwoiuk wuuwi, quu UIUUICU UOr WIIH
ment, apparently a little larger ihan a stiletto ;
one had opened the principal artery of the left
not her wa On the b
man, who hold one kind of a mask to the North
and another to!
Correspondence of the National Intet&genc
New Yos.r. Jane 5i
' m. : -!- . i .
a oe propei ty ol omue! bwartwout
to da v fur the! benefit of the Unit ml
This property is very good property,! great
deai ol ii being lots of land in this citv : but it
Is very much;encumbered, and sold for, but little
more tban the encumbrances.
at a -k. 9 K : . .
at uo u ciock, naa noi ciosea ner tesumo
ny Nothing particularly; remarkable was
elicited from her.' Some amusing" argument
was had from the objections offered by the
counsel, between the Hon. N. Teiry, who
has seen nearly seventy winters, and the
Hoa'R M Sherman, Ho Iwlitcb the audience
seemed to take; pert inthe sport -Among
tbe-witnesses for tlie petitioner, I observe
the Rev F AI Hotchkiss. now the oldest
arm : anotl
were on the rlffht breast one of which had en
tered between the third and fourth libs and pen,
etrated the: lower lobe of the right lung ; anoth
er wound j pot so deep, was between the orbits'.
This man appeared to have j been Very strong
and ranseotar, aooot so years or age, and of .1 a
dark eomniexidnl I He had on a pair of white
r k" , mT 1 : i ' .T! T T ship to declare to the People bow he in-
brooght tntoiowo, I the foremoat in denouncing the removal of the I . , , . J; . y . , " ,
Mf I ttat thefst mtrJih Wfeank and th UwidA. teod3 f? v?to 111 0,0 Presidential elec
aharn insTrot L 'si u Isii 1 i .L ,.:.... lion thatne is "no man's mar."
i - . i ipnuuu ui me duui diuuubt id lueao inmLiiniianH.- . ... . ..
T r - ... nn smrflm mr inn frpurtanini I'h.i. .kh
fhejWhigs have done nombie. He now says ba?e u 0 DI, vct to point his finW at
shoulder blade; three 1 I cannoiineany frod objection to the use of m I walk.bv and sav ther goes mt
the notes solvent epecte paying Banks or to man., Well, reallv thi
We have not ex:
concerning thi3 in
and give the resalt :
however we must r
peering from this ti
settled'1 against the
the cit izens of Ncr i
rohorative of its rr :
H? TO I be'rad that in the D
GOOD 60LVt,KT llf STITOTIOirS THEM
SELVES as PErosiTORiEa' .'This however."
dinary notion of the matter. Does Mr.
Fisher think he can persuade the people that
there is any meanness or disgrace in one
freeman's telling another how be intends to
vote in a particular election, la Mr. Fisher
A . large portion
of it was bid offoy a deputy U. S. Marshai-Ufdr Clergyman in Connecticut, and for nearly
5h2Vlf n:; JThl,l sixty years the pastor of the first church in
. ? T r
and $12t000r-not much more than th cost of
1. . r 7 : I . 7 f . . .
. no r ir wuuijiaoica, iui Dig nt, electee jar
thetr-chtef the Locofoco cannidate, (Mr HofT-
mtre, by sine majority ooiy. .. l be creation lot
S4 new Locofoco fire companies bf the - Com.
r; mon; Cooricii,:ooly the night bef ore tbe election
f of a chief, foi the especial purpose of j votiher
!owo the old, firemen, haa created an intensity
couple in marriage, f They were married
on the 5th day of July 1$10. - !
THE DIVORCE CASE
Omcipndenetif fft "JV Y. Csmmcjcial M
verier - . .
Hajitfo a D.June 4th, 18S9
he adds. Ui should be done under judicious reeu-
iations lobe esubllshed by law.' Have the
Whhrs ever crone anv further in favor of net
twilled Russia doek pantaloons; with hilerBanTjs than this ? We denv that thev have ! aulhonseA to point his fincer at ever v man in
willingly gone even that far He cannot then district who has told him or any one else,
complain of the Whigs, for he hss jumped about ne tneans to vote for him in tbis elec-
juataa much in ibis matter! as. they have. tin,and Bay Wfcere goes my man" ? We
Whom then has the foal H spirit" of Wtigism c"ce,J ih-D hi wil1 W 80? Jcl btre is the
Kf assailed" ? Or why ahonld Mr. Fiaher en- flferC? liJ U ndtoOd that
The Parties Wthonile.ssassmatlon: .Vkv deavorto recommend himself to this District by V W
ts we cmd asehan, were a Spaniardnd" ai rolnnteering to avenge other men's griefs 3",.. 7 k ' WUl
lulian. fruit dealers: who had dhmmM i ,1! tk .m U . L .-otii nt J .i for lhe Residency: eacb is identified with
- - . i ; . ; . MW I w.j vv H...IIIHK VM. U. IUB n a. V
wuiirew mcm uu.ltic.-iUHWtwj. 1 ti make an ttUflf nnnn lhA n.rt. tk.
vv j -Te .r F 1 ef
ton drawers a bderneath. I Around his neck 'Was
twisted a tailor's cravat of a reddish color. ;
The second' man: had received five : wbonda
bfltcted. with at poniard in the right breast, and
one with the same instrument in. the left aide.
which had pierced f he heart throogb St throogh.
Orleans BuUeiinnf the 4lh-inst. reports I But to the charge that t. the Sub-Treasury I vidual who proposes himself aa their servant,
il,.i Ik. i lL.iu.-J t't-iZ- 4. I iML fl'l.'il'llk'i. I LI !' . I m.l mnit fti.m ll... .1- I.- . L
a certain set of political orincioles. in which
0041 1 the People have a deep interest: as a means
ol satisfying themselves, whether the indi-
thebndy that tnziz v
ing Committee "to i
mine all maters cf
peace, anion and l.:-
tilamore generiU' '
tablished." It cc
that thia newly !;::
j doings of the cor.
of Ibe .original Dr:'
the paper: the ch:r
aa a committee: z: I
all tend to thia c:r
that there arectLr
will establish this j
tores are not given :
other account cf it c
ter Force. We r(
ing which at all c
fact, that the citiz
Declaration of in J
I T - t- I s i W ' . a .1: 7 . a.'- ' - I ! m a m a. a.b , . l I. .1 a
ei Mciiemeot among ii,at large body jof men-1 ... . loesday, 10 o'clock. J lai me steamer tsuekeye had birst its I in ttsongtnisa VYnfo meascrk.h This was w,n 8UU lDen, ine7 im now be is in. 1 1775.
Inpoltiical manceuvres the like waa nfvrl Ti,. r-..uj:-JJfLJ f. . . '.' - . 1 hnilei whilp iatinrr inWn n. I L' IZi.j :J Jl I J:r . . I rlinerf as hntv-Adn thm t. .k-v.l- r- I
LM.n k... f.j .is l 1 r . -uifwrcw case nas lost none 01 its V" j XT "i.,,,rw,','',,iU6 usenw in vunsimii losumsessioD brfllr. v k'wwu'o v.u-
ITimjmi9 iole?r "od eouktooo conunoes to S aippabve ndolph Five ph six per Calhoun U an! apohly foi hii ppHtiefrieI' didatea! and he refuses totell them? m one WELL DOM
islKHSnSurfJ" mssssffs ssfnp-r,rh.i'f. tcrsi&x.
io)b. JTht r. 9t Sr. jeooU ,,, w5ioSifil nibS'n.V. .S. b'Je fr" bi" U f oo bo i. nliciti f.Trom the WMrwir: IhUlh. real essence ol finrointf Did Mr. I-! r r-