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rtiviLUi is certain state of Ihemind,
ii;iK.ehrt,ded opoo ,b.' .light
thlll'wrii soppcedbi disease
i Sfi.ieaH those parjiculaf regions of
'ifei yi khe i ht ir left side of that cav-
( lESSes name hypochondriasis.. .
iycorpoteiaUjmptorns are flatolen-
WMcb or IrtWels, acrid erociaiion8,
T br cooN8- AlaokianoruHiness-.
dtirlerft thoughtfaT, despond-
i EDITORS AND PROPR I CTOItS. i I
i I- . . : V.'. f -1 . L . ?l. . , r J
Ptiblished Weekly, at Ttvq Dolls, and Fifty lets
, f NO.
j i .1 i
WHOLE 'JVO. .S72.
i aSstW men are as open to ihis afQic
v i- 1' caoses. ;f tl
ffiiikr ii(irt)f?ar:v kind, especially ee
lsfifP'actlio a late hour io the Bight,
ralvMieVed by ocial intercourse, or ex-
issoloUiJabUi great excess Jo eattag
drWM1 - irarooderaie use of mercory,
-n felirMt"itfsfy tbe suppression of some ba
ildischargeifastbe obstroction of ibe men;
) toHgico6titioal eruption relaxation or
lUvlfibne or more important organs wUhin
From the Southern Literary Messenger.
If H is permitted to an old man who W about to
leafe'yoa, and who tenderly lovfsoai to speak
clearly what be thinks, I most say I fear that
the extravagant profasioo which too 1 may have
-remarked in the last service, and which! is the
present style oi Jiving, win deprive jos ;ot more
than oor ancestors have aca aired favil the ! sweat
of 'their brow, and our fathers have Uransmilted
to os by their industry land wise administra
AUTUMNA L STORMS J
By Bark iJenjarotnJ
v'Off in the West there 'is s cea of blue II
4mi t i J . . . ; . . i ;- ..il
w.nne g-ioomiesi vapors, ciosiering on Qign,
Tell that ihe jibur of storm is drawing nigh i
For'dark they rise, and darker to the viewu
Oh, coldly from the East careers the gale
Dbarp as ATersity or ,tbe pang or griel,
Which' sestrs the heart like Autumn's ivilh
I rM l9f ! - ! I.
UiVMifit? spirttsfwhich may be promoted I vVben those we love in their affection' fail !
xG$eJ earfy fiours regular ujcis, h Wqw from the scattering mwis.relenUess Rain,
saBiWe"aMnf . iT Falls in chill jdrops, precursors of the shower.
carefully regulated by tne occasional use That; soon will prostrate the unsheltered flower,
Brooming qf late securely on the main. , i
It corues I in sudden gusts it rushes own-j-I
And angry clouds o'er all the landscape frown.
I : 6 , - I ! ;K'
The Northern wind hath blown his bogie bfaat:
. i!l..J : i! . i 'cii i."
4 if-fttili f i J K ATM EOT. ;
i s i2i-j;Ai ik;o.fa ni treatment are. io re
k iwairtektirt.i: to str'enfftbenl the body, and
roildarierieni.: We know noting-better
li!obtain: tis end. than Dr. William
M tpnentlPiIls -being I mild and certain
he Pfeatioo A The bowels being one
nM8-ines5tmai)le Camomile Pills,(wbich
lofelblyne, and anti-spasmodic) are an
iitii mHj aVid-without dispute have
A spirited writer in the Annals of Educa
tion, specifies several ways: in j which the
art of lying is taughti It is taught in faoi
Hies and in schools Lies.are told to'chil-
dren by hundreds and thousands long be
fore they can speak I hi auy e tlone
by loks and actions as well as by 'words -
All deception in view uf the writer, is lying.
And undoutedly be is correct Hfw mncb
tying then, there taut t be !n Iheiwyirld
I We will gire two or three exarnplea il
lustrative of the ways in whidhiies are
told to children, and by w bicli they ere
-re . j i: mtrfi.
1 Tou liive something on your table or
And troops of clouds come hurrying on the fields ! about your person, which vour child tnani
Of! the dark iky, and wide thy banners casry. feats a desire to obtain; You tell (lira it is
hhissifl to the numerous public. And lift above the earth their massive shields.
irtii'brfvsicialis f have recommenaeo iree uuuiucicu, on uiiujai9iMui-u, usj
. 'a '
of (derpory, but M Should nol De resoriea io ,
,i raRA it; will erreat y asraravaie ine
Make "preparation for the dire affray ;
Their weanona are th4? sleet, the rain, the hail.
r . . . . . . .. ' ; i 7 r .
concealed oenina inose parapets oi mi8t: i!
Lo! now, their koen-edored fury doth assail
UMI I ROM nroe, bchuylk. , afflicted Lq d ' U(ion th. 8lern riLana 1
a v - r a l l : i.-. w . r t o rr - . " .
h tofe dwressmg J-r"-- Ofcl Northern wind! Nor will the War desist,
Wmnfm YEARS' ST
:jit laairoar. flitflleocy, disturbed rest, ner-
s-! tilf dehe; dicUViy of breithing, tightness
i kJre across the breastJ dizzinesss ner-
.J f rh'hititv ati'd restlessness, could -not lie
Till ibou art conquered by some hosti
so fast ! ( ill
mxnni.w :iiut:iiv vw- vmvwi i -
l,;jrowsloessf gra oeoimj uiiu utuvieuuj ui
r hlWoos !energy I Mr R. lunroe gave up
?M5f)Uht of recovery. and dire despair sat
thraiiieriancelofii every person interested in
1 iisuhca or happifiess, till! by accident he
iicil ill a public paper aoaie cures effected by
fiVAStAJEDIClNfi in his com-
M6i hi(;h induced him to purchase a : pack
JoCe Pills, which resulted in rompleiely
nbvVna' every symptom of his disease. He
;sheji to sav his rqotf ve for this declaration
ii t:to afflicted; with the same or any symp
jtns! ;iinijJar" ..ftf-tiioe. Ifrom ' w hibh he is happily
:stored'ma likewise receive the inestimable 1 n.
' ft I a aICASE Ofif I C DOLORKUX.
k rt iVi nr ftT mhmma I nnv tint
.... -. I . . 1 i - . i!
, IVVhy yeiii begin, I see, to grow unruly jij
VVbat tho'jl suffered yon my handllo clash.
I did not gire thee leave to kiss ne surely ;
V' by sir, I really am quite shock d, I vow
To see, of late, show rude you grow..
i 1 . j ! I j v i
WJ bat woulo my mother say? I dread to think!
Oh dear-rf she bad caught us! bow 1 trem
How I shall blush, if f should meet your eye! 1
I It .... . ( ,.j j . '
loqeeu, 'twas very wrong, you can't deny.
not fit for him, or atiempt tbifebftceal it.
How long will it be before ;he wiU' attempt
to conceal from you something iwlich it. is
convenient for him to yield? And when he
has reached this stage of lying, hrt w long will
it be before he will t ike another degree in
e same craii, ana aiiempii io ueceive you
jworc's? It is but a sjep.frnrrr a lie in
countenance to the j lie in ac$ and, bu
another step from tlje lie in action q the
lie; in . word or deed I i i
Take another example : -Yout child is
we wish him tot take
cine, tie is assured mat
to ihis taste. We sip a. little, land Assume a
cheerfulapnearance of countenance. But
it ii agreeable
soon learnst that he has. been deceived-
w v J and how long will it be befiirex
confidence in our veracitywahd-, not
y so, but is encouraged j id; repeat, in
raid tonight, I shall not sleep! a wjjik ln? way! and sphere, our own ui)y cx-j
ihtnk how you'll oblige me to disSembla! I arriple. Wi - 1 ' ll t f1
As a cnuu grows oiuc r, ana: necome?
more and more a-qiainted with societv, es
pecially that part of society, which ought
to be known to lrim most favorably does
Oake a clar barratn. end vrvrr t-
41 we shan't disagree about triC:-.-this
way you will avoid law, lawye r
V- ., - -
-,'", . '- .- .... ....
! The noble siaplicily of our in-!;;
and tbe elevated ideas that men j i',
1 - m t . .. .
isis oniy to aegrees of virtue ana
should dictate to Americans tratelir - i
eign nations, thif tbey best sustain t!
nity of their republican crniactpr, I
forming to the unassuminr hut i:r. .
nd read the following card, wbicb lay on bs peace, who had, her sent to prison. She Pu,nne of tuo country they rep
his detk : ' -. 1 ' 'J J tf ivasaken nt however on a writ of habeascor- -Thre is a beautiful elegance, mtcrr
Wo Bentlf 11 -vBfqof New rpd tried ifore his honor, Judge Naylor, novel, in the character the American
York, intends Marring
Louisa J j We
ed at ihe novelty rof the
tact itself, and indeed, sucn wsi the feeling j sigbiy years of age she is about thirty.
created by the sudden Sand unexpected an-1 , i ! I JVl O. Picawme.
nouncement made, mat weaui?rgot tnese-1 j . l -7-
nous impressiori pad pa our minds bj l he I ANECDOTE OF A GAME COCK.
uuunicr, auur wyij i.cruu?j cougimu. On the mmonhl l.tnf Jnn ttrA H-
&itbi.liss Mria J nfLomJ. ,um9 e"e3 .P1 fumooy or- should assume.! which centi as s tvi
wre mbreaorpris- ?e.re? fiVST;' I Pub,iC JPln,on in h" heraldric armorials of. Aristocracy, c:
tjAf: - fafor. aod lustifiet the., act 00 the eroond that t ..ii.h.:.L .:.t . -7
: ;. I "Mcuuiuuueu ia leimeience. tie was aooo.tr..' . 7
voiuj, auu ui9iB$9iuaaie uc rri3y c
the presuming pride and airojjant t
sion of inherited power, contrasts
the hopeless slavery and abject ris ;
entailed poverty ; he may conratu I : '
lations of the happy pair.! BuUt did not Ujc.
. . t . i t 1 n . -!. .. I i S ' 1 J uw i anri m
end here. A proposition waslinade to the present Honorable Gr.otley Berkeley, command- f .?ors lha olber' Tn8 serf I r
oanies to nave tneianair consummatea tnat I ea toe iviarioorougn. and br.w ihrnntrh ii. I
eyenmg. which was cheerfully acceded toby Frecch Iioe,l between L'tmpetieux and l!e'Mo. (ords bends to the Autocrat but t
them to tbe xti pleasure of kll on board, f u8f eacn of; superior force, and engaged them ,ctn s taught to lisp in the nurser
Accordinglyilliiny weK;aniW'-!o rtU iSlbVi 2'n.,n? T5.lb8 ?pl,in frder Vec nian that libetty and eq
the best state roorri wis oivew bo to them. ri.T. .T r ".,WB- ",c inucrnance ne receives trorn la
honr annrnarhpH wliirh nhhiilrl iwilnpswl lhi l,. UA ft,k. .; . . . I-1 uHucruiwuro nuniy o niS p05icri!
. ft" "--- - tt- -- j ,i I iii.j.vwi iwuu. K.Eiai iuurH (UU II C IIWITI
uttiiu uMi tug icai our ui uumio uu net i s ? - l , , .r. : " " i: . . w "
-and tbe moon j.ked downo loveliness Z ,TJ V JWw.l?,7:,l WlWIt l1 "f ort we find them seduced b th
I JLJ : A a. Li"' ' " J I "V1 w uur VK. IU V ft IIVI I IUtlllS 11. W 311 1 1 mmm T II fil Ai"! Ml Til! H 1
on board gathered lo
m ft J a . k : P 1 ;
tne temple whirn bad i inpn rin
been erected for f elisions I wofshio. and in ianhfor' whn ih- M.;rh(-,K ... lress !? ,,f 01 courtiers nvaim-,
. I " j , . i I f , ... - -r "o"
shot aw.y;jand the remainder of the despised, aping with republican
1 from their ooarters. At this very ' '.Cr 1 .
less than fifteen minotes tbe mamage ce;e- W stnkiag there cbaared one of thtise awful 1 , 1",u- ana expert
monv was rwrffirmpd hv nr iorthii minis, ! Jullsjio the roar of the thunderini? cannon" often unoounoea iwenn. nn wild any t
ipr. "h m,Ha ftfrpw mitrJ anrl rlrvuH xp4r,ienced in seneral aciioti in that momentary republican independence, sunriltlv c
i n ' i Biieoce, wnen me laiiing ot a rope misht be i me smiles and meanly (eann tho I. l
with prayer. j
The scene was -truly
tic. Tbe fair bride came out, dressed
r m tJtd. ihAW-gameoick, who bad escaped the royalty,
rornan- mnitij carnage; bopped up.opm. the shattered 'This v
ed in a stump of ibe main mast and with a loud and rm,mA i,
e a lousy of our importance i
not! only abroad, hut too ;
m am . W a) aft 1 t h ainl )' Immimm
i nun .nil- iiiiarx nun miiiiii irfliiiiu mi ' a iir iriitm inant na nmnn nia vmwntv marsi r.tw a, i
,m f k U., tn iil! .i.a.-".MLi linnarftn,! fnoi. h.iun. .. il k. . I home, by the seeming toriurp, an
U.j mvarim iJ aL I Dan of the irfisablmi shin. x;Nh iiufivMn'fti 'ttmJsm i site acuteness with, which we II
only an hour or l;o before she had itered ely o the homely but touching alarum- isnorant:- criticisms or. foreigners
her fowa to God. 1 Many 4 tear bf joy stole p- ". g?" cheer fromUe brkn contemptible gibesf pretenders
down the Cheek oH thisa Whrii looked on, tTlut upstarts, particularly the ci
- -ii wii Lr ... 7rV f . -.v.p-ycu.-uo mors -wixq eminate from that n
!ri:iLnCT!ff,: derive our or.2,n. No
tliimrtli lna!farkrl I .. k.. . I ...U.. ....1 i: i .......
u.vfu,; v iwivji.H- m irtaiu mini ciiuiu uia? luetr lllllDa IO qilafiBlS. I .-:.;- tk. IT:. i c. .
kl' 1 1 lira. manWl ilka ' r.,nml : ik. .., U J u"u "a,iH,..,,,p. VMHCU vMIS WHO
t ..!. t. vt . t . t r n.a . .l j I arrosaie io nimseit ine nnvi k r.
i ne novelty oi inis anair naa inrown us i,u,v,3" wppuuwiMj, m urrenaf r- ia " s . , . r '
' i- e i - f aa .a- ft' aftaift bf ar a a bv aw ftrv ft
TO JEANIE IN HER TEENS.
rs. MIE. JwlJiiSMi,- wife
oMsoniof LyhriJVIas3. was
iVftefMrrwitb 'lie Doler
of XJapt. Joseph
reux, violent pain
1 nelalfaOanp vpuijiing, wnu uuitimjj
s stomach, and unable to leave rjer room
hiej feduld! find nofreltef from the advice of sev
falpiclans, nr frpra medicines of any kind,
.niif a f she had coinmenced using Dr Evans
idfc!nbf ;iOO'-Cbab'ni street, and from that
1 o4I fii ta:';t;aixi;ni.dl 'd Ifeels satisfied 'if
y4oi.ii6befimejcioe a tfyr days longer,
?iijioe ierfectlyc Reference can be had
s jtihCtfiith .cf;Jthe-above,' by calling at Mrs
)hrtsh!sj augh-ter's ptore, 3S9 Grind street,
e F.ll Kenny J No 115 Lewis
iremMecn Stanton and Houston sis., afflic-
ed fqp, left yearf wilbji the following distressing
ympiboH ; Ajid eructation,! daily spasmodic
alii 'rrrhe he4d,( los' of appetite, palpitation of
f her hfrt, ghjdines and dimness of sight,could
otl(oB!.h'ej right sije, disturbed rest, utter in-.
VvlUy; tf engaging ih any thing that demanded
igor )lourag, someiimes a jvisionary idea; of
a;igry?ti6nof her'disease, $ whimsical avier
'ortilf pirHcul jtr persons and places, groundless
pfeeRfuT3 it personal danger and . poverty,
p iijioenes8laod '-weariness jof life,diseohten.r
edi dis(ujeiud on every slight occasion,, she
oHceued she could neither die nor live; she wept,
iihlelf de.spondeajd thought she. led a
aoiAlierablelifVrerer : was one so bad, with
I' wVItiny hkd thejadvice of several eminent
h'yjsT$is, ahjdihiid. reeodrse to numerous medi
;ineajjbil could not obtain even temporary allevia
ib hir digressing; tate, till her husband per-'
iqaf erto;make trial of my mode of treatment.
riiiw; tjuite iefie?ed, ; aud finds herself
iot!j$jt)j her domestical
Vtr olavoWs that she enjoys as good tealtb at
resrl5 sli 4id alainy period of her existence.
v J.Mpy busoalid of the aforesaid Anne
o wotg before me, tbts 14th day of December,
Im Reteb. PlNcrNKV. Com" of DccxtaJ
SSWLE CASE OF ACUTE
JMKpWl, with an j Affection of the
fe?ft:4rfcWkl lhe treatment of Doctor
iVXl Chatham street, New
If?i 8; Jryis. IS Centre st.
Kf1. fflp .-H four years with
fTf insirj all hrsjj nu.hicn were always
I'fMlsteady whiteness J loss of appetite,
;dtz$esJn his head, l he bowels commonly ve
ly cdstrie. i tha ! urine- hurh coloured. nA r.i-
pr-fuseweating,on3Uended by relief. The a
bovesy rapt urns were also attended with consid.
eratii ajttieulty of breathing, witn a sense of
;ighife'c a great .want
t ergyjin the nervons system. r
v rhQibove iympiomls were entirely removed,
i uTrflvf cuie euQiea oy ui iii.iuvbiis.
; fNvwlij duly sworn dotb de-rll-Hy.
ibatiiber facts stated in the a--??3S-'w
bim.are in all
S- j i UENJ.S. JARVIS.
I v?lV:5tb of November. 1836.
.WfSSS ur SVH Notary Public, 96 nas-
Jeaniei Jeanie. didst thou feel the pain;
0r heat the 6ighs my anxious bosom heave,
hou4vould$t abate th coldness and j'disdiin,
And, with b! smite my prjfTt?red Tdwis receive
UUimes thine anoel rrm disturbs my restj
When all aruond is sunk in calm renosel
In fanev's arms in ramures thoo art nrest. 1
And all my soul with love's pure ardour glows.
he find a more stiirl
adhererirefthl truth in
Rather doesfrjrU every
thing in this respect war worse I
those around him ? !
he; not find falsehood current eflrVl Where
and on h I most all occasions f a I
misbtibe multiplied to
They wilj ;pjrovf euf-
our purpe jl. they
an indefi. iie ex'.ent.
ficient however for
Although the weallb of Indian climes were mine,! awaken the attention of our reanlers to the
And could; 1 boast of breaking tyrants chains, I subject, so that they see how wide! spread
w w w .w,.uiur,. 1 18 ;ine sin oi iytnt-prariiceu in ten tnou
! From the Bangor Courier,
'ft .ft w. t ' . a
sand way daily, both by parents anu chil-j
drem The evil is alarming and ahoilld be
checked Parents, and all who hgvecfiargej
of,Ur instruct children, should see !tt it that
they deceive"not. either by word or action
Vhildren are imitators, and tare natu
y more disposed, to imitate a bad exam
than a good one.
A STOUY OF OUR OWN TIMES.
T - -H ' - - i I . r.
A venerable old Dutchman, after having oc
cupied all the offices of one of the principle ciu'es I rat
of the republic with great honor, and hvinw I
nmneArl allnrorA fortnnn in thn mncl nmirfpn- I ,
tionible manner, finallv formed the rpsooiiion of
goirr to tejrminaie ,nis aays in iranquiniy f i nis
country seat; But beloie retiring, the wished
to take leave of his friends aod connexions! and
accordingly i invited them all io a feast at bis
house. - . , r -. - . : , .
1 he quests, who expected a most sumptuous
repait, were much surprised on entering the the ship in which be sajltd fron tjifs COun
eaurig rooms to see there a long oaken liable, I try :
' 1. 'i : - 11 Ift.ft'&i. -J-k I .- i '
hardly covered with a coarse blae
rdlv eoVpred with a coarse bias ctolhJf On I L . .1 J .1
' J -. .. ! . II n I AMMA flAAb TkImmA
ho'in m.,A I hi. - m,4, B.r.l on trh.Jon I - ' V II Uiai lit-i pU,
'2X 9 W dft jftv ft - " v r w w wv- w fti VU w wwuv ft --j t 'la ft :-t - . i ' aTfta
plates, wi b salted hemng. rye bread and butter. J "n ocr passage, wnicn I must reiaie. Oere
wuq some cneese ana curuiea muK. vvpoueni 7 w ,.iwiuji-i'j
vases, filUd, whb$mall beer, weie passed luund I Jy ja, merchant in Massachusetts! since in
for each of the guests to serve themselves.! I he J Connecticut, and late ofLISew York, ' He
A WEDDING AT t3 E A .
A Pans corresponpent of . ihe :iNfwEng
land Review, gives the following sketch bf an
inieresting scene wnicn occurrep on ooan
1 f n
V; li&yvEKSOJV Camden S r.
extreme oddity of the old gentleman 'caused se-
cret muimunnis among tne company ; but! out
of respect to his age and wealth, ins ead of show
ing discontent, they pretended io relish ithfir
frugal fare", and some of them even eonu pi (meri
ted him upon the cordiality of ' those good old
times which he had brought! to remembrance.
The old roan who was hot duped by this
ft - ! . aft 1 J a : ... L - i ft
ed sa'isiaciion pia noi wisn io carry ; me jokp
hrtber, but at a given signal which 4 he
some! servants, babited as country women
tereoV bringing the second' service. A
cloth succeeded tbe wooden ones. . Instead . of
ryej bread! fresh! beef, boiled fish, and strong
beer. . At it his unexpected Change, the secret
murmurs ceased j the polite invitations on the
part of the old man became more pressing, and
the! guests ate with belter appetite.! Hardly
had; they lime to lastetbis the 6econd service,
when the saw a builer enter, followed bv halt a
dozen! servants in brilliant, livery, bringing; ih-
. . ., :-' a'' .
thirdJ A super table oi roabogany, covered
with a. beautiful floweredclotb, replaced e old
oaken one A sideboard was immediately cover
ed wiin tne ricnest piaie ana most curiousenina;
ana ine signt oi protustup oi rare .apa exquis
ite meatsThe most delicious wines !were( f ree
ly passed kround, whiles melodious cobcert was
beard io an adjuinhng room. Toasts were rank,
and all were merry. But the good otd man per-
omng inav nis ; presence pinuerea ; nis goesis
from giving! themselves bp to their full joy, rose
,0-J ddiessed them thus : . .: ::;.
T I give you thanks, ladies and" gentlemen,
terithe favor which you have granted me.? Jit is
time 1 should retire, myself, and leave you fa your
hbeitjr. But before the ball commences which
I hafe ordered to be prepared fbf !tlios who
love jtbe dance, permit me to acquaint jlyou
with the design that I proposed t myself in
invitiog you to a repast which has appeifred so
uddV I hive wished to give you an idea of oor
Republic Our ancestors rose to their high atate,
and acquired libeirty,iicbes and power, by liv
ing in the jfrugarmanner which you sawin the
first serviced Our fathers preserved these sreat
blessings only by living in ibe simple maaner of
ft ft 1 . ft ! ft' m
which the stcona servi-s nas retracea an image.
all into an exctteriieuU and nothing wis i to ?!; medalw.a atruck by the orders of Admi penornie as an incamoeni duly, c! r
be talked of but weddings: weeing parties. '? f T - n.l "Pt,n1lhnf k Vf lhe fl I"S,ll,,0tn3 hich, for obv.ous t
. i I l V :t- lti game cock, who in tbe parks and piincely he does not understand because f.
p.rn.tlse...le. :,IU f Gckwo,-! passed .h. reo.nder ..f l.i' ,h, .Jnol. .nd sch d
similar proposition i?nvseii io uifi w.teentiiK-iaiIori. ' .t - s i
MS3Cm if for no)iing el3je bit the purpose
of havinc the ike pass rounds
It is necessary Jo make things plain.?
A very flowery Preacljer hvihg addressed j.0i)er uaT
BU auuiciice win roc; dUfaiuygca cwtuua
lion had been ii.h(Hely beneath his own,
went to dine witha deacon of the church.
The sermon became the topics of conversa
tion between iheml Tfie !Defcion said that
the sermon laken altogether, Was for aught
. a ' T a ; - 1 1 ' - .
inat n Knew arery gooa oneg out in?tsten
that the audiencejdid! not undersiamf one
third of what had been said, or of the terms
employed.' The minister seemed astonish
led at this, and declared mat ! cnoid nave
made his discourie no platrier. and !up
posed that it miistlhavje hfcn icpjnprehend
ed. He desired ineyertheleM that the
Deacon should furiiish him w;th an exam
pie of his ambiguops style, j ffhe Dfactm
ronsented. and remarked that during ; the
siermon, you sir, ddr;esihg (he minister
said to the people on somei point they
ft i . i s. m
boy ufider jwhip of the pedagogue
dure with about the patience of ti
Candid. -" You've visited rot daughlei wfto lnu,Xi? n,on hlmr" . toluntiry
a long time,' said an anxious mother, tp a ai,ons- . i ne proper and must pu:..
young gehtlemao of our acquaintance the ,IT :PUf' . 1 81 8,,ence wnicn 1
W hat are your intensions, sir i 'ce oi j come-npt supreme anif.-
HoriofabTe, entirely so, said tbe gentle- contempt.!. The U. Slates have h :
man. I intend hnrkino nttt na ..h,ran 1 wnJ OOI a lew years, Illfl Ur
You do, do you ? backing out. ba ! and
pray, sir, what may; be your reascn for de
ceiving the poor girl in this way ? j
:! have several, " said our friend. -A "
?:Wtll name one if yoo can you imp of
Satan you little-waisted I knock-kneed.
taught mankind to conbne the lc'
and the genius and glory of Folicsn i
ten in characters of fire on tho wav
atlaptic The bleaching bones t
diers of Waterloo now ln g on ll.
f New Orleans, tell a tale which ir;
erous mind wonld convprt a je;'.
palMared, no wloskered doltyou thing, iwe " sneer into a sigh.
could draw the vijerence ajuw said he, f-
? .1 Li i r . " you'll let
I venture the opinion! t:iai hot one of ten I ' ,
you errap you " ! i
. Your datighter,' std he, interrupting
her, "aont wear her bustle right. I have
eeflj it onesided; Hr dress mker tells
me she is ptdded in a dozen places, and wears
two pair of stays her fdse teeth don'lltay
in ?t(pl. and she puts caster oil on her wig.
ItMdam I can't stand sucb carelessness
From the Jeio OUcar.s P
me off now, I reckon.
A Presfntation t Queen Vic
'Major Noah very juslU ridiruh s
snxiHy our American ladies rcsn.H i
in EogUnd to get an introduction
Qieen and the little they make hj it
all is over. After some three or f'.r.ir
prepai at ion, during which the four-
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was a kind, open hearted fellow, full of fun,
anci withal very intelligent as well as hanl
soroe. His age was about twenty seven!
Ho came on board In entire stranger to us
all, but as we made it a point to; have but
one famil on board, and as weHsopn 'dis-
it . . '...! . -1 , i . Mi !
covered nis amiable! qualifies. ; ne very goon
made a welcome member. On! four 'sixth
day! he came to me and enquired! the name
and circumstance of an elderly j gentleman
passenger who was accofjipanied Sby. his
d augbterw lib whom M H . jiee5ned deep-;
ly sinitten. For my own part obld see
nothing exceedingly attractive about! Miss
J , save that sh was very agreeable in her
manners and highly v intelligent I toforai4
ed him, and at his r quest j gayeiim a for
mal introduction, which terminated iii the
following roanier.- j ; -. i A'A f
Soon after the introduction tt became evi
liking indj affection ex
H. and MissJJ, .who.
from lhe open expressions of foadhess, be
gan to attract the attention of all, and the
admiration of many jof the riassenecJ: fThey
were frequently observed in their close con
versaUons, and a game of wbist was scarce
ly ever played in which they were not part
ners. On "the second Sunday of our pas
sage, we solicited Mie Rev;; !Mr jdLi wbd
was on his way to Italy, to preach a jsefmoni
By the politeness oi Capt. a large 1 awn
ing j was spread above us, seiatswere pre
pared, and a congregation of $eventy-six
persons, including the. steerage passengers
and sailors, were collected to participate in
tbe religious exeicises. A ismal desk was
formed into a pulpit, and a choir was formed
by "going into a committee of the p hole. w
The text was re id and the sermori deliver
eted, of which 1 .need not jspeaklAt the
conclusion of the sermon, oiir minister rose
present, knew-whlt rys mea.nt by 'draw
ing the inference.'! And saiuj the Ueacon
further, lo prove am: Srigln, I will
appeal io oneorthejmember j li the rhiirrh,
who happened to bf at the Djrfaron's house,
was called up and after being Tnfor med
that the minister nndj'Dearonl iwere dispu
ting a point was rrfqipetpd tj say whether
he could 'draw a)rierence$f He paused
(or a moment an f yeplied, thit he was! not
sore that he coul, by himself, but that
with the assistance.- of his ije1gtibotir Hol
land, he thought he culd. jljlis neighbour
was near at hand, aud: he went! in haste lo
consult him, and procure his
He soon returned ; and on be
the 4ld woman lid let him off-for in two bepet by an army of hair dresser?, r..
minutes she and J her daughter were seen
Utr.eaking !it d.iwn street, probably to tear
out the eyes of the dressmaker.
Ins conclusion wa$i he replied, that it de
pended very muctl ipn
dent that a mutual
isted between Mr.
-if he and his neiffhbour Holland tieether
"could not draw tthe! had! a hdst powerful
strong horse tht could make it move, if
chains could holdfitl! ! I fhe Preaeher
was perfectly satisfied and promised that
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wan an nis learntuzj ne wouiu strive to
learn to be a little plainer.
ig asked what
the weight, but'that
Modestyl Modesty is the chatty of fe
male irn icehce trie ornament f virtue
the angelic grace off loveliness the sancli-
ly of manners the amiable criterion of . in
nate putiit of heart the index of refined
' sensibility of soul and the' Psyche of the
Graces., jWhere this divine, heaven-born
quality is wanting; beauty is a srentlessrose
i lUvt'liness unchflrming--innocence un
doried manners ! insipid--purity of heart
doubtful nnd sensibility unamiale.-T-It
ma be tfuly said that modesty is tbe sun
oi an virtues.
We copythe tiliwing sflrprisin circum-
Staoce from tbe Crawfordsville Examiner of the
i4ih inst. The dp'ails are near! v ; as extiaordirr
ary as any we read ot in tne " Arabian fxijnt8."
An unfortunate occu!rrnce took place m Brown
towosnip, in this cuoniy, a fewj days since,
which resulted in ihe.deaih ot a human being,
lhe circumstances of which, hayebeo detailed
to us as follows: A inaa named! Moses Rush
was manied io Miss! jJane ! RwM about three
weeks ago, and upon tbe first night of their mar
riage, the husband endeavored to choke bis wife
to death. She, however contrjvd to prevent
1i4 and they lived toejef her iit;a yery uiibappy
manner; Rush betin Iter i every occasion.
At the time the act was committed, Rush iu
tormed bis wife that be bad ftjj(e-y killeot'twv
wives, and one man Jfyr his money, and that
be intended to kill heri t nd beat her ; most on
merciolly. Sbrbeged him not fo kill her on
til next morning. He then luld btr he would
win awhile and takejai sleeps and accordingly
took his axe, and placing; it unde j his arm, lay
down across the door JoWevem her; escape, assu
ring ber that when be awoke, he would execute
his fiendish purpose. He fell (asleep, acd bis
wife, fearing that her lei tructiuo' would be inevit
able if he awoke, seized the axe and despatched
him byvihfliCt:ng a mortal. woo od on his head
with it. She cve lerself op to a justice of
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Silence does not always mark wisdomi I
wsj at dinner, some time ago, in company
witji a man, who listened tome snd said nith
inglcr a long time, but he nodded his head,
and I thought hinf intelligent. '.At length,
towards ihe end of It be dinner some apple
dumplings were placed on the table, and toy
m-in no sooner saw them than he burst fifth
w ii " them's , the ! 1 jorke?s . for. me I"! J
wish Spurzheim could have examined the
fellow'a liead. Coleridge. -
fjllavejyon Goldsmith's Greece ? " asked
j gentleman on entering i. owmwio
Broadway " No, sir ; but tbey have some
excellent I bear's oil in the next door, " re
plied the counter boy.
If a man cheat thee once, shame on him I
Iif he cheat thee twice, sbame on thee, i
Corsef a ---Tbe following is an . excellent
hit n thelunnaturalj fashion which our la
dies have; of. spoiling their forms and ruin
ing fheirllWy tight ling: ' ...
wbile thousands Vail by clashing swords,
jTeo thousands fall by corsel boards,
1 Yet gtddy females, thoogrhtless train,
For sake or fashion yield to pain, I,
lAnd keaUh and mfVrt sacrifice - ; j
ITo please a dindy coxcomb's eyes. s
Wbenercr yoa buy or fell, let or hire,
jewellers, nosicrs, anu oi tiers, ana net '
pa' with their exoibitant bills fCi I
tion after having fr qiiently gur
expense of two or three .thousand
when two or three and twenty wnj!
donej'tst as well the day arrives, :
young lady is safely packed away i s
riage sets out for St. Jane, is f
tailed between two carriages, and r
three hours in a close coach, an;!
reaches the receiving room, "ready ?
with faiigue and apprehension, an;l
at as a partenue by bund redd of ft
gers and snperanuated Dutchess ':.
have the entree. A length the gr :'
ushers of the 'gold and silver sticks
duce her to the saloon of lhe Throne,
her Mjsly stands in regal state "
"nntctm ojommunipaWy ' t b e r
is made, the Q'le.en nods, and Mi?s I.
walked off into another roomand I r
the whole ceremony the sensiti.
of a whole month, night aod day,
loss of a sins!! fortune, thrown away r
gle ood from Mis Victiri lit ;
probably did not condescend to 1
estly at the lady tbuj introduced t 3 '
A dreadful accident occurrr '
Thursday last, by the sudden f-1
the 12th street bridge over the en. '
the stage conveying pasaenrera I
Southern steamboat - was on the f .
laming between 30 and 40 pasjrt :;
this casualty an industrious yoa:j r
son. cf a poor widow, was deprived
This bridge, having the appearance, r.
strength, was said to be miserably t!
in its plan, as well as its timbers wl.ir
found to be rotten. Tho only ,wcr.
that so trifling a damage doce. lVc
Recipe for the Cramp or Choh:.
white of an egg frothed, -a table e
of braiidF to a wine glass of hot
mixed and grated plentifully with r;
It is infallible.
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The present baa been and coatir.rra t
of tbe most healthy seasons we hare r
ia this part cf the country . Ccrcu (,
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