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; - lijTETl "71"-".--'."'" ... .- "I.. . - -- -- . " v. : r . " t . ..-.. -' , ; . - - ...... . . . .
I liiSi;cnx : :-:-r. w.? v-.-.'v : : AmC ! u f: . ;.. - .
-;.. i . c. i , i. . . i nry- . -a. t 1 1 i --.aw ... . -j-.' w. r, i a,, -ht rail. i i i i -?-n- -.- . -i ? ' jrw . a , . i
. l mm. aw.a4aaTvja no wi ra ii 11 rara -a a a a .a- a i bib j . .a . a a 1 , t m w r f . -w Bit s i i i f a , ! t i a - i ,
Sfed F.ftf Center 1-1 V-
i Biwpf FOUR oew BOOSCrici w ..v
fiflcbbfhQ!e sum at na pajmcii
? M fnr one fear at Twr Liol
nsisrMtons' " -. ?'s
thi samel term ahall coniiooe,
lMpbj(' wifl' baxharged as other aobscrt.
v -r,i -sl? . V.
ZIlrMii bvoaf roent in advance. -
til - ' - . .
Ediiois, UQless mil arrearages are
fiuare for he nrsi. mser uun
- Cm in.
ed 23 per cent.,
lKf" 3n,'1K(rld for leas
rrORS AM) rUUi'IULlUKW, M-
5Ti Z?cZ:$. cz:u Fifty
! "I st
tery good one ia ycur kit:!,::
.Cefora the had lias lo r:
tlenen, vtilh xsUom t& v,
assured the landlady that she
with the residing jud-c. A
f cnfnsed. sh attcmrlc:! fo;-
jLikccoaiSadiI by' iodigesiioa; wherein tb Pffose sweating ooaueodtd by rf'fejM;?
iU are apprehendetf-onoo jne aiiff n rr f?f j i n. r " '"VI . i rl
y the worst eoaseauences i?ined. ejfaWe difficulty oCbreaibiDffy witb a .ejefi
til-Ui V ... i,;i-n; - Ike. fif'ainelitellNVcll, I must cosier, satsjlie.-'Hhst when in almost every thirty and had taken a fao-
! !' . " i t LJLili''.:in;-IV-,l ):na Knur I. . ? 1 1 m r.o r4 J' t in "T -rvtl 1 TT tflflt 1 f K r-i npan r nala li
dizziness in bis neao, id ooweia poiiiaviMjf t;- ? Mta jM"'u'viii;iu.mi. Mr,jw viv4 iwu, auu iusi
outBtvos faicdlinr? wells tut Htvtsh tou lo b4
Ancient medical writers oppc6ea mis oisease 1 v.- . r-r- -nr l
abdumerfllchnically called hvpoebondrta whlcb i The above sjmpiocna were ey. TcmpvW,
th. r.ht i.it eit f fK i and a oerlect core eiiectea oy ui - ih i-ms4
itj, wheoce comes the name hypochondriasis.;
6TMPT0MS. ' I. t vV -i
The. cornmon corporeal symptoms are ilatolen-
cy in the gtubach or bowels, acrid erucutions,
City of JNctff York, st,
a BENJ J J P AUVIS
I fUntunio S Jarvis beinsralv sworiii idalb de-
wnieu is more solid, at tho eacic ujal, the l"eia m-;.-u, r-.'j. i. ;
lor we want the lire to dry the gectle; nr-t loodliouIU be eaten first; hthertrore rj"f"""'"'.'ff;i
enVgreat coaU and omrellas.fiy ;"tcd filJeil bis plate wit hsora'tr puddint tp'e of fIf8 fef? J
ioincg the 'rest, we hpect Jud2e CraW. I mxVyhte and eiod fcdvg hiSf: ,H nJ uI
Jadge Craae cajs be who:t3; Juoyi bow on the tabic, and hi3:he-id near the nlic- toisrtU j,:
Orane r'" tThe circuit Jadse saja ahet plale, began ta. eat scrorilir.j to hts rusio.n; ";Ahd "hue wre n r-r: , .
ose of tb3 Sapreme Jadges, you old sia whtch wa3 tery fast c'lhoub'be'svi-s hot u
oleton : Well,' sa3 be,t will bet a goosd Jgreat eater.;. , . ;
hat Jadge Crane has net had, and will rjo , Some of; the gentJeropn nVar the Judge,1
f?ate; a great coat o'a bis tack'4 or an orat followed hts exawnle, as to p-tttakmit of the
lejabcdla over bis hea to-day,' ;I carepotb- podding btforo. the meat. A large, deep
lijjf oor Vets? did ahe,l -est and be o0 vessel, which contaiced that article, wa
. it - at - i .
iAYILtLIAM bAUL. Wotarv r obJic, y 6 i nas
. '-- ; M -ii,-. . . . . .
S$$$ he boblic that lie has removed
I t.,-wx .foniieriatand i to -nit .new. unu,ug-
.uv 'elVeh-IS e will con
DortanceJoi eogazioir in anv thing Itbat de-'
mauds vigor or coarage. Also langaidness -
the rcind! becotnes irritable, thooghtfal, despond-:
I Wirr melaocnollT.aod delected, accompanied with ! rtTrn n c r BDrtri-'v olb:Lii. ! Ar
aiotai oqrangemeoioi ,u- ..e.wuu ?yfw rnjJV IJVGUS (BuokstoreriSherdw 5.
v 1 be meqtaJ ieelings and pecqiiar train ot ideas M Jf.DEUSOJSCamdenl T I
mai nauoi toe iin-tgioauon m i5v JOHJV HUG GUVS, Cohtniliidm ' C. !
wisest and pest of men are as open to ibis afllic-
iioo as me hili
ItwMA nd sav. that ihe facts
5thofdvember, 856.rf' : - . r is. ;t um22ifAi.:r4 :ir
': ' 'Ofl n!o r i B UU IUUUI.lt! Jl'U. . J -J, j, ; t j swiHiumr pistils glIT . iC"1
th Town of
tinne te keepa:
A sedeniarv life of any kind, especially se-
vere study protracted jo a late hoor in the eight.
and rarely relieved by social Intercourse,; or ex-r
ercise; a 0i9S0iaie naou. ereai excess ia eaiin
and dnokirtgt the immoderate ose ot mercury,
. . . i . . . . i i
violent purgatives, me suppression oi; some na-
AMUSING STORY OF JUDOE CUAN
t A good many years ago, there jljve)tt in
Dutchess county; New York, ii gentleman
ed takrn the thzvA fran t;?
nith a anbdued " sr?i!j; r !v
btcj; towards thff'i;r.'Jli':y (
cint tf my. iruvlc'ce In f n'n,
bminessto 'judge ; I V-.t--. I :
yori without l esiuti. i,
j artr?nr, i. p.
tru ihit lja. The Unv'hjv
la ciedaate opon, which ws ill
bas;y in judging ill ut a rrs n fro
aids : ihm gentlemen -had a ccJ
a good lj;e to ta1k Wer i ai d ii
gwd inteqtionaJa the jka, and ulW .
op lueiessao given.
i i5 3 : L : ; t . ..: j:' .u.A 1 hit not liahiirv r th tihatrnrtinn nf rh men- 1 t .1. " ll c 1 1 . ; JLi: -L J i. 1.
itiyiasisff is roomy-ana commoaiuus, imui-1 -.-..e,-, v , . 7 i uy iue naraeoi orane io was very wea iny,
'rV. ?i' '? i iv rittfniTiii V nC-a rm or lonir cuoiinaal eruDtion : relaxation- or 1 l?.h.. a t.. l:j JAiLllJ
fni!Teii ftte ol A v,r ir... Vr ' - :i s.i- I ana uieuij respvcieu tor his uuuiii; inn pri-
' ?K ? - "I -U. ; 11 i . ' 1 k..k.i;iw r on a ..r mnr. imnnrl.nl nminiurllhin t . , ...... . j - i . . tT n T -
ttrijiiillfciiPii of tthe Bar.i al conven- bebility of ne or more important organs
rale virtores, especially for bis
ness to the poor : hilt' be always dressed 'in
. T f - i . -V.- .'.:. I k t l i, VPB V ITUPKIT
HA R &, S TAB LKS aje provided in movejoaigesijon 10 sirenginen ino oooy anu apjj uicrwii, wuaii wcuci iiiigui
Arl ti"r - J. ..It .i- L:il .Ar..-J Itn nliAn thnsniritfl. which msV nromoted 1 h mil it VMseldnm that hin rrirln 'inihnn
by exercisiiyeMly hours, regular meals, anori wenl abroad, alttioogb he blrrieS irrisriy
pleasant conversation, l he ioweis (it costive I vood horses Qn the establishment of! tile
regulated by ibe occasional ose; cnrpma Pnri h . .nr,.nil?l iiJ. J,f
. UCHSI I M i t. . . - ' i " - ' i f .
yeaiinef hanh country will afford,
iiVfe.lVr,P fahful and prompt.
;s-iHR ftnht c are intormea inai me i.tiA-
1 -vlkMt COTTON M$NU FACTO tt Y
ki-.LBliJftiii 'At.i.riiifh. and can suddIv all de
We know nothing!
of a miJd aperient.
calculated o obtain this end, than Dr. vyilliam
Evans' Aperient Pillsbeinsr mild and certain
one of the circuits.
js!i - ivilf: '.. t ' : i' . , .' ... . '
ifl Sffit Snual io any manufactured in. tne
On the roormns of the dav io wtiich
in their operation. The bowels being onca hionrVwas lo bfmn the Jiirfoe nt ftJ-
uh,8V " V w j'u' ' daybreak, and warked gently ori! thro
ic anodyne, and anti-spasmodic are an ... mmt A f. i , , ti
,le remedy, and without, dispute have a,, ra.,r nd snow. oilie,8ppointed pi
jbfja iiaffiit jeJal o any manuiaciuipu iu.
If gJcAIRNES. Agen
1 trfiM4from a distance will be punci
1 F .r-J.-ih'r.L uM roaiiifirT I da ncrnn'l aa above I '
launium iu, uj iuuh."! '.s h -,
I-ietifiglonr, : jant i j, iojj "-
use of mercury, but it should not be resorted to ; 1 lady and servants were making, large pre-
. i i r . . ,t r:.' ! t
Jto2wcrh good wages and
?vM twj gin
St L ROOTY
"at Cfiesterville. or Columbia, S. C.
:ii;m i.i,;A,. jual t, ,r,i ana anow.iiouie Bppo mtea plac
proved a great blessing t0 the numerous public. Po arriving at Poughkeepsie, cojii arid wei.
have recommended! a" free e walked to a tavern, where jheifpdTid NWef
I don't, rate. said he, ono rve straw: I cording to the commaod of her mistress.
more for Judge Crape thaoJI do for rayselQ and aa she set down the last near the Judge,
and it bas got to be so late,! that if he has to he Ja?3 to her in an aus'.ure manner, 'GirK
cone at this lime oit tne day, would do onng inea cieaa plate to eat sotae salad
more likely tojjp to the court hotise, ainid stay? on.'lj -Jf'-'.T f -.'fi'-'. '7-'
unul dinner time. I know something about" The abrupt manner in which he atldressr-
the old codger, sod pome people sayle is al bpr so disconcerted the poor girl that
ruety, fnsty, crusty old fudged J j, I he itd tiot observe thlt any one except-
Pretty talk, indeed I and the landlady J ing ihe Judge had partaken of the pudding,
abont the Supreme fjudge ? Now eat and! nor M ahe kno what he meant by salatJ ;
be off.' I tell tou, said be, (Judge Crane but $fte ofseivejlat the large pudding
is oo tbe Supreme Judse. and if lie -were, pan 'was empty, and then hastened back
be is not more fit to be a Judge than I am. j with the utmost speed to her mistress and
- . SI ' aw ' 1 .
wen now, oe on w)in yo
miloly.' I wish to kno
urself? said sbel addressed her thus.
Pity and dtarilu inculcated T e v
rate that dyes ih ocean wave iih ill
hhfe low bei oga : t h a I'Tnee f s w i i ! h ; .
yess victim in inme ..lonely sea whern r
hep can be beard, and plungej his Jac
nean mar is pleading for Iitp, wlweb i
Dpoo him by all the names of kindreJ, .
dren, and home, to spare yes. the vtt
is such a man, as you or I might have
Orphanage in ehildhnod; and unfne;i t !
aodevil cwmpanfrn ; a 'resort to sinful '
familiarity with, vice ; a f corned anJ I
name ; seared & eroshedarTeciKtrdr. f t - :
tunea these are sfpps which tniht h i .
any one among us, to unfarl op.jn ihe !,;".
the bloody flag 0f universal deflancp, f
..au uai who our &ina, to nave put i
"n.,i tvA-in .r W...... .'.IJ rl f In. ma'am, thai ftlrt r1?A..' it.... ! ... -
3. J Jlk K ua 111 BU niril A 11 11 1 I . B1IU llO. I w , M., iiiat uim IbllUW B IIIITin VFU I tPrrini! lllflhnl.. f j. L . - .1 .
iWbo-;is landlord ano ine-is ceriainiy crazy or drunk, for he ?eeds, and to
here, and to know where be is.9 IJe islhe s uqwn at the table, and .has eaten more Jpcean robber.
have died the awful deal!
me a cup of cider to
won't give me milk.'
wet ray' victuals jf you;
manV ntferlir r r
la skipple of theice buddino' alreadv 8J?IPS? fhomanity plead wiih us to rav
lie toM me, as if he was' ford of the l, ! lfsl i? doomed to pay the
to brintr him rlpn i a, r'"ac resiea upon a mother'
8alad.,, Bless me. where can he pet sal.
, , . . - -
hioh' sheriff of the Icounlv. dnd woh't he I than
home till ninht: if he were here. ou would I an
n rir tin nnit' manam atii nt. man i ui.uui . iu ui iiiu iiiui h c ean main in pai t . .
,v- . r, 7: T , . - ' - . - . -.- --'1 naouinat did thai arrniop ttnii-
foon be 6treiched,coId nerveless, ia n
tp follovsinz interesting and as-
i itontshing facts " i'l i
gtCPASTH MA, THREE V EA US' STA ND-
INU. Mi; RobertMonroe, bchuylkil, afflicted
with the above; distressing malady. Symptoms:
Great lahgour, flatulency, disturbed re$t, nerr
Tv01i ea dach i d i8&xx tyuf brea th i n g , t b itiess
and stricture across the : hreast, dizziresss, ner.
vnus irritability and restlessuess, could Wot' lie
in a horizontal position without the sensation of
impending3; suffocation, palpitation fS lh heart,
bistressina) coush, ciiSiivenese, pain of the siom
ach, drowsiness, great debility and deficiency of
the nervous energy. - Mr R. Monroe-gave up
in I every :hougtii oi recovery, and dire despair sat
f f arj'iiis blacches of his profession, to ion tne countenance ot every person interacted in
tii ct!ibditf the Village, anf the surroundin? I his existenbe or happiness,! till by accident be
ic jCniivll llie; hones from his experience and I noticeff in ja public paper some cares effected by
--mmA- - - H -
as in many cases it will greatly aggravate the parationsfor tbe entertainment oljtbe judges,
. j j lawyers, and other gentlemen, whom they
Expected to attend the circuit coit. iv j
I (The judge was determined itOjaVjsptinj
Ipbrt, aud in a pleasant tone addiesfed the
fandlady. I have no money anFwas obli
ged to come .to cotirt and I haJvet walked
through this dreadful! storm twejoltyl miles;
aaj wt-i anu coju, urj buu uungry. I wri;
s melhing to eat.befoe court be-ins', 'Hie
fandlady put herself in a majestic posture,
nd with a look 'of contempt slid to tiile
judge. You say you
.M.. . J... 'hrl lllll llfflA nf net.? Inil ik. ...L... . . "
xoi a urwpy aas uer -?-" w - VV , gcuwcuicn grave, was once taken and cbensheJ y
! I i ; have, not done carving and not one has be- hers hand, and led in ths wavs of t-
i ne joago woo naagoi preiiy weu warm- & j "h ,iui0 --jr. . wii, i u f""v",w' "uu "'cciu pleasure, i lie i
and wished for his bbakfast now putf on a clear him out," said the mistress, and she toonsterof crime, has once been: ihe
stern countenance, and positively declared ; started for the dininroom; , j - 1? p.0 di?11 im,flic ndmer i .
he' would not leave tie room arid fire till he . , The Judge was retaarkrble for not givT heart if 17. L f'S hopea"d h" 1
pleased. Buu' added he. -jf yoti will rant -jng unnecessarrtrouble to any body wrhere reasioabie UismZnir
my request, I will eat and be .off. I j ! be put up, and generally ate whatever was tares like ns to cherish. It forgoes norr '.-
The cider was immediately brought. and DC wm making any re- cnminaiion. It feels no crime j but M -U
uii, anu sciuora uiaue use oi moTe man t lempiea, ana rescued creature shoal J.-- 1
one plate at a meal ; but at this time he oh- if-tes the great Maater ; and looks with i
served near nim a beautiful dish of raw mo onenaer, ana yet is nicY
! . ' 1 l T VI . aJ-V -n. w w
white cabbage, which the4ow Dutch at
Poughkeepsie call cold slaw, and which
he called salad, and he wished for a sep?
the Juge partook heartily of the epilation
before him. lie then took bis bfoad-brirni
med hat and quietly ? walked to the court-;
house, where he found good fires and clean
floors, and, during the court hours, he pre
sided with dignity, aridi propriety
him. llev. Orville Dctrey.
When tbe Judge withdrew, tbe landlady rate late lo prepare some of it to his pwn
are wet and co d.
id himself in Salisbury,)
uii ouu urn , uui iau an lillS uq r i
Tl Khi'iiUl FUIliY offers bis services
I 'No my dear madam says 'thpfjitdga, .1
was wei anu cuio, anu u you natt been oil
93 long as. I have Heen in the slorm, J thin
m. ' I- t S i - . . s : I -J. I
yon would likewise be wet and c;old, I said
.Ht'ii hlfekyvbe fiiund at all ' limes, when not
Sabseijil ':ffS8ioh'al duties.
..'ffv 17i.;lJ,J.4-ti43 '
restored; may likewise ieceive the inesiimable
A CASE OF TIC DOLOREUX.
Mrs. JJ E. Johnson, wife of Capt. Joseph
Johnson, of jLy on, Mass. was seveiely afSicied
forlen years With Tie Dolereux, violent, pain
in her bead, and vomiting, with a bufnirijsr heat
WSORIBBR IIJ1V1JVG KiM in the stomach, and unable to leave heir; room
i' - "r -
j C -y - I - K " " . 1 a vsv-wmvw.vb J a-' aa a a w W I . !
ia?.B.;liit'!r.rt in ikA.ilinrii;-nrAfpainn..l n Wm. RVANST MKIllfllNK in h i n.m- f . t i - If T T '!
f"S ?f , i " " I,- I I . Jvf" r IT : , .""! I . ui you nave, no monev you $ayil fetor
in'heihteXirifettdet treneral satislaction. His 1 oiaint, which induced him Ui purchase a; rack- j .L- i-r , . ,. J sK?( i . T
hm&llftmi-lr ! n ,.r ikJPill. .kui. ,M..i.i miV,.i tru mo laiiuiaur, -j iota -yo:i
pi its ;,jvt "! -r:;:Ti:' r-, J sss ihe Mhe hni r..ih vzaa
reaioing Tery bvuiihoiii ui his oisease. . lie i "i y - ,c ' ' '. 1 r '" t i
wishes to sav his motive for this declaration's, 'f'g uu ,ne -"tun . nut, were I s rich
that those! afflicted with the same or anv isvron- Census, I - would be willins fo! iw?rk
torus similar to those from which he is happily I something to eat anrf drink: anrf wnr
i - . . . . . l -: v - n g
anxiously looked after bim for sometime;
supposing him to be some pbot man, sum
moned up to court ss a witness, or some!
culprit, or some vagabond, who;might give
erfur thef trdubTe, and expressed I ip .her
servants' a desire that they would seof that
he did opt disturb the gentlemen and tbe
judgeis that might pu op ihere.f ! !
To. this some of tne girls answered, that;
if he come they would turn upon him some
of the expressions which he used respecting
Judge Cranev Let me see, says one, rus
1 t 'mm i- mm- . - m
ty, crusty, 7 ye5, and fusty old Judge,
says another.,, i -.I'l il""-.?
W hen the court was adjourned,' the day
berng-8lorray and cord, the judges and law-
A MOTHER'S LOVC.
Happy is he who knows a mother's !ov;
r u w aopvTc f j ne pamot csrr c.
MS SHOP TO THE
'IE .'ifctlM! Iff ': o
'Jf mPO'STVFFJCE, : "
rlHi flSikeepbri hand a good assor
f e r jc?t ana iuim j.
Tityiitymivxen and Silver ThimbUs,
rkoor as jubf.in. his utmost calafttitiesind
had my health ano strength as I; joliv hUiu
ijcould willingly go tojwprk a hdle j whde!,
if I could only get a good bite wflgood vict-
tlals.' ' ' ' . -j V -: .if 'i- ' -i '
j Well, old daddy.' savs she, mucb
co you want to drink ?' fajf U gill of
'$ppa- brandy, madam, says he. I Wry wel
id, shel! will give you ' ha?ff gill,
some coia victuals, if you will gd into
back yard, and cut and split three armfulls
Bt, and from that of wood, and bring it into the kitchen, where
feels satisfied if tqe servants want to mke a 2006 to ilry
Ilia Irl.nrt llmnAlk. .kiI . ft .
1 v i u Bjuitaiiij, auu tug lower ;!t3-
Even retigiun, while she waters herlan!
ears, !oika furwirri to. ihe btst fruit
love. Bui maierntl aflectionvfnrir)"s ir.
I . ! 1 .1.1 r
uircii uuiuiuhru or hi 9 loucn 01 inter
chased a valuable shawl and put it into his
pocket on the. inside iof his cost
?lowly.to the tavern; While he was! thus
detained the la'ndlacjy. entered thed)ning
room and earnestly inquired .if Judge Crane
had come ; but Ihe Answer i was,- No yet
madam, and perhaps he may 0040111
The carving and serving of the meat
werej not finished, when he expected a
clean) plate, and when the landlady ai rived
atntip door and nxe J her keen. eyes on the
Judge, he, turning his. eyes that way and
ooserving ner mnaiy said, landlady can objects are the weak and the vvoful. It
1 have a clean plate to eat some salad J the cradle of infantile pain, r hovers r.. .
on ?'t . j couch of the faint and forsaken. Ii; s . .
tt -k 1- 1 1 1 .f . . smiies oreaic tnrooa-n tne c oudact n:.-
" A clean plate and salad retorted tne tod il9 ffenlIesl lola arl8e araldulp J
landlady, indignantly " I wish you would .altering and of aorroW. Ii is a Im r :
come! into the kitchen until the gentlemen lovely flow of feeling which gashes fr'
haveldined ; -I have reserved that seat for fountain head of parity, and rourse the :
Jude Crane." through selfish desfgo and sordid passu:
.M - . 1 miner 1 ner a nn nncnMirwi ? i
j JVhat ii rso;Jirtn f''Tim and xi f ;
penury and persecution, haired and ii.hw 3
roll Jheir dark waves successively over it,
still smiles unchanged, or the more puier.t ;
ments of fortune, opulence and pride, 1
splendourmay ww her and she U ut...
Mother loves and loves forever."
JVIiat is so faithful t From infancy t
" through good report, and through evil rt
the dews of maternal affection are fi;.i
itie soul. When heart-siricken and ab-n
when branded by shame, fallowed by icorr
arms are still opeo; her breast still Lin J
The company were struck with aston
ishment, and fixed their eyes alternately
yers poureo inio meisnerins iavern, wnere on the landlady and on the Judge, and sal
they were sure of good fires and good fare, or stpod in mute suspense, when the Judge
Judge Crane wentfinto a store ant! Ipur-f replied, You reserved this seat for Judge
I P e - m .
t it into bis Crane, did you, landlady V 'Indeed I did
, he walked sayshl.It was yety kind,' he then an-
sweied ; but if yon willlep to the door
and see if he is coming, or send one of the
servants to call him, with' your permission
and the .approbation of these gentlemen,
withiwnoM-4ave-some business to do. I
Tbolandtady, who was anxious m P UiH fecupy this seat till you hate found CVtjrj uh rhatlove will follow, cl
;-.ir.j. - a r
P iedyft ihe best manner and warranted for
rafi8 .: Qld Gold and Silver taken in
rchased, or in payment
DAVID L. POOL.
I tl ll "erman ' ass ' Sey' thes, '
lQ itVYhiie.Lead. . - -
i2! PTk Iroo, 11,1 3 8 &. 1 1 inch wide
3 ItiPds llel knehor BOlinfr nintfia.
p WlktslB by 10 AVindow Glass,
iALSO IN STORE,
53tpt)fle; j-;-; --'-v.'. . .
::UHlolfsses; r J
Tas1Salt L:, V :.
received and for
esale or retail.
inn tr r4 imnla ... i " ' . : J1 I I :
i'-fP'Yar iibuhh ma piacesr groonuiess i siia sne, i would give ! you
apprehensser personal danger and lrrlyn!ad lhere ,scoid boiled ham,
" " - -t wasas.a.DA JB III!. I iwmill IalA r m mm ----. -
1 i M
f-l-r Vi . S tria--1 -T!
She could find no relief from the advice of sev
eral physicians, nor from medicines of any kind,
ontil after she had commenced using Dr Evans1
medicine of '100 Chatham sireet
limft h Klpirxn tit nmenrl anrl fp
"w.7f-s i v,-.,..v- luc scMoiiis wain io maKe a cooa.nre to qry
she continue tne medicine a lew days longer, ifti nonii.m.nV n.n;i. -.iZ.: it L-i--'J.
will beperfectlv cured. Reference can be had Lin - -.-i . . . t i i
as to thelrdthof the above, by calling it Mrs fu BU" . 7. j victuals vanitpji
Johnson's daughter's Store, 889 Grand street, l(f ,?"W,8y, j V . . L . ' : , i ! ' i
W.Y. I . . . .r : ' ! I f i if Mcruusc UIo is4 nranoy, went imp
the woodyard, and soon cut and laid by the
trCJMrs Anne F. Kenny, No' 115 Lewis katchen fire, the required anan!tfvioi wood.
street between Stanton and Houston sis,,' affile- The landlady placed a rold luncheon before
tetl for ten years with the following distressing h m, remarking that there it wasi Ahi -it
SSS? lA6!id 1en,cl,l0- "'fe1-' iaalmcst as cold as myself sail r?e,J but
pains m the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of rt ..,ft, m. -J. . , :, ? ' .
of her heartiddiness and dimness otsiiht,could JP1 ha-f so wc , fojr there is nejtea, cof-
not lie on he right side, disturbed rest.! otter in' fnf cfaoeo,ate to it I ill ;U.
ability of ejngagiog In any thing that demanded I 'Beggars must not be Choose,jsaid he,
TH0IiJotira2e, sometimes a visionary idea of t m not begging of. yoa, madairii but have
anggraviion )f her disease, a whioisicail aver I pftd the full price demanded.' 1'Irtoid tpo.'
lisouieinrffton' everv atiwi;r v'Ti i?eI ana cold potatoes, and ifyottjwaiitany
conceived she could neitberdie DorVive-.tihi m thing hot, there is musUrd and pepper J and
lamented, desponded, and thought she: led a lil?re 8 gd bread, good butter 8fu cheese.
must uiiscruie me, newer, wasone so oaq, wun "!,u gwwi rnoiigu lor 6UC0 an Old 'ras
iieueiii urinal iianucinaiions , - . rmuuin as you are.7 ' U
i,ii , , .u 4uea,ce0i several eminent fi is all very good, said he ' bJeasabtly.
K!,clra f't I'l dam, be so Eoqd aato ieil me have
vinrs, uui Yfuiu ui uuuiDeTeo lemporanj Hie t.fimo nn milt w..-. t. a. I i
viation of, her distressing state, till her! husband ffmt ,F1?
persuaded ler to make trial of m v mode firai; I lY wcu,s -R victuals.' i bpl cpwsl are
mehi. I i 1 . r 1 -I fnpt milked,' said she. -Then let me faaye a
5he larjoTsr (junetelieved, and finds herself fbwt ot cold milk,' said he. 'I-would not
not only capable ot attending lo her domestic i
airs, but 4 vows that she, enjoys as good heal
i iicuiuo uu av anv. penoa oi ner
ln w at jhe oer
Kenny. U U ; - - R i - l9,n Jou are bo would go out In a trige
Sworn before me. this 14th "dav f DecemheF. I ot.m than this, milk the cows and brti
1836. i 1 II v . : j: r 'I the milk to the poorest mao on earth, alhia
f fjc' PnCKiiET,,Com.;bfvDeeds. :t 1 rfquest ; or bring the milk frbna the spring
m "! L - T - a V am
ti H E U M A1IS M , with an Affection
Lnaoswearedk ander the treatment
WTmI EVANjS JOO Chatham aireviNewli jF 8Df VDeed " havesaid.h; fandibe
York. Mr Behiamin S Jarvis. IS Centre at- P8 mf clothing clean and Wholes and
xewarirf?iv J., afflicted for four' years with uoiomnsianaing y0o called me? an old rag
increased en toe slightest motion.
the highest respect to the Supreme Judge; the Judwe.
retired then to the kitchen ; not a little dis
appointed. ;r. n " ' : ! p, 'i
In the mean time the Judge arrived; and
tieing at proper times very sociable, : ahd at
all times fond of cheerirm the minds of thpso
. 11. ' I l i ; S
roar ri laughter. . . j - f ! 1
At this instant, one of the waiting maids
entered the room to inform Hie gentlemen
hat tbey;might sit down to dinner Sue did;
i a aa - ' - a -;"-
ner errann, ana nastenea oacK to ner mis
erself HW cold mils, ' said he. I;dnldpol
tie a f s nd the aerira nls tn this storm to thearpnog
lealih huse to akim it fori you said ah.' 1 f
exis J Dear madam, said he with pleasant
'Find the Judge I said she with empha
sis ; If go look forJum yourself, not send
me ijor my -servants. 1 gave you your
breakfast this morning for chopping a little
woodibecause you said you had no money
present, he began. to tell some lively anec-U' , i npn.,i m.. .nnli -... ,ni
dotes which setlbe whole company f into a ! i,i.. .u..
.. .. . n uuvv wu uiua. runic iicic li, uislui 11 . 111c
now you must come
gentlemen at dinner.'
i -Here the whole joke burst opon ,t)ie
minds of the persons present, who fell into
loud fit of laughter. After the tumult had
frcss with the ti!.n,ihat Mbe old tobi. (eti 'Jl edhe Judge mildly ; asked.
low, with bis broad brimmed hat bnj was
right among; the bare headed f gentlemen;
talking as loud as he could, and all the
judges and lawyers were laughingxat him ' f
1 hen go,' said she, and whisper to the
Did I chop wootlto pay for mybreak fast!'
'Indeed you did.' said she, 'and said you
had no money.'
I Jtold you the whole truth, replied the
Judge, but I have a shawl here worth more
bid roan, that I wish him to come into the ipn en pilars, wpicn i;nave jusi now
ni m.a i-L. Hi bouffbf and I wilf-leave it with you in
a,iiriirii. a ijd ar i idiiii waauuiin cia:LJi u iiiu . - - w
misfortune, fcopport os in disease, sr:.
pillow of pain, and moisten tbe bed cf tic 1 ,
i - - . . . . ' - p
TRUTH BEAUTIFULLY; EXPUHr
' fThe following passage, (ssy the U.
Gazelle.) beaouful in its truth; j$ frcni ti.
or of the Baltimore American, and will t
ana apprecia'-eo; dj every pareni, inu nio-i .
lily do we commend it to the aiteutivo " f
dren. ; .' -. ;. :' . j .
f If children eould only be made aware ' ,,'
heartfelt delight with which parents L h ' !
developement of talent and nobe sentir -iheir
orfspring, witbwhat avidny rsroul i ;
seek the means of expanding the ;!tere t f
i m . m
lnteuigeoce, and cnemuing tne rnrai r
ments that impart dignity to the human c
ter.' From infancy to tnanhooJ, ihe v
and happiness of the child is the soleo'jcc
parenl solici'ode. t- Under all cucca
tbrooib ciod or evil fortune, the pre,:- r. t
lutore condition oi those whom tnev r:::
v. w.-iji-j ii .-; . . Hi... , , - ,. I IUIUIC COUUIIIMH VI HIIUIU IllCf t.. - f
ly, and the judge, in a low Voice, said 10 jPawi? " you-.wiiipmy leprae eai my uin- k d io ,Be cradle, or dandled on the I.:
the eirl, tell your mistress I hate' i !Iittle1 I ,,Br- "Ir? UK" r--1 tQe polar star to which their afjf.ctu.M
business to do with these lawyers, and when
that is done F1I be off in the course of two
or three days'.."-" - ,- ; j . i' l
, Tb6 girl returned and I faithfully rehears-
ed the message, and added, that she helieW
td the old fejlow. was drunk or he ; would
i tlemen were biting tneir lips to keep irom hwwh undeviatiog constancy.
laughter. " i y"l4hroogh life be prosperous,
How did yon boy a shawl, worth mere
than Jen dollars without money fjl bought
it on credit, says he. 'And whereldid you
find credit to that amount I'.savs she, '1
, .: - .. . --x .
ich were always jffnffinl am not ashamed tp.8paeWt1
on, the toogue J m tbe clothes 1 wear, in any good company.
- 1.1 ,i t s - it r
not have'iBaid.-'hii..aobri as mv business iJ brought Urom home,, said, he.
done Pll be off in twp or three days.' 1 : I a likely atnry, and something like your
f'Weil Betty, says the mistress, ygo ibacll "busejof Judge Crane this morn in-,'
nd stand by thcr head of the tablM and she-fUow could I abuse tlie Judge if he
when the gentlemen begins to set down, do was not present ! asked Jie. hy, re
yoo -whisper to some bf tbem. that 1 wish a ptI he,- yoo called him -rusty, fusty,
vacant place left at the head of the Ublefof Mg4t and old codger, and said yon did
Judge Crane,' and then dojyou hasten back not c re a rye straw more for bim than yon
and see that John has the cider and other diil r yourselt- f. C,
things in good order.! M Here the whole company were in a op
Betty again repaired to her; post at the roar of laughter again. Xdt as soon as it
head of the table,' and softly informed a bad subsided a little, one of the gentlemen
gentleman of the request of her mistress, asked the lady how she knew the gentle
Certainly, said ihegeneman : and Bet- man f he wa addressing was not .Judge
tyhastened back lo asist John. The gen- Cranf? .-HeJudge Crane f. lie looks more
tlemen now set downjto an excellent repast, ljkc ifW? ' J
snrf after a short address io the Thjoee of ;j Here the laughter' burst, forth a third
Grace delivered by JbdgeXrane, thpcom4 time fj Afters little pause, jhe Jplge said
pany' carved an4seryed round in the usual I ran$fconfess I am not a bird of very fine
inrm. i, s I I father ht I nm a craoe. and a crane is
; But as the Judge was of & singular turn often a tery useful instrument I saw ii
C a 11 .
OhouJd ll.f :r
wealth and distinction is only precious in
eyes as affording the means of conferrir
ibose who are, in future years, to Le ll dr
resenlatives, the honors that attend ikl. -exalted
character ; and should adversity . -lot,
and difficulties beset them, they z;e f
W in the hope that circumstances msy ir
Vtter fate to. iheir children. The child t
ffectionate afd fender, botlhe filial rclv
nou soscepiible of ihe inten.'ity tf ti'
which belongs to the parental tie. It i
dpnth of loe thai enables tlte o!d to r :
the i " lioi life without regret. They ft !
ia tit a children they will continue to l,v .
tbat7hweirer lh,s world alod its concerr
be lost to them, succeeding generations v. l
cognise in their cffpring, portions of the::;
With what unspeakable delight d&es a f
heboid the first manifestations of exalte '
ligence in a son, and bow does he dwell c;
ttons thai bespeak nobleness of porj
frHitidnessof integrity. If these fre ncf
ification are inexpreasibly dehghtlul, to,
other hand, the emotions with which I ? t
indications of an opposite character, ar ?
terably painfbl. To see the object of I.ii
lal solicitude, over whom ht has watt I t :
afier day, aoT tear after yearrfaliing t ;T
tbe path of villus aod deaf to the
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