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$$ I: !.; I (r(r rKLvfQil L luJ fni JJ UJ U 1 " '
jtykeilri'loipauy with ladies. Tberr iff V iVJ
MmSLak contersaliof. tuff. - - W-J . t-i,". I--,-1 ;1 ' I' - f ' ! - h.. 'TT - ! T V - !
lAdMjhrNM pait iu 0nos,I!abIe8. and
,ejre elldeNi under degree of pair
l&traili, 8 Mrigl inmnsiSteol with 001
frUWgntikmknlf deportuieot. . .
(fie cause, ui iuio -
but to ourseltes, anc io
tjuad diflicaltj ia finding an
1 1 W iienc its I
i - ' i :. ! i i
14 VOLUME YIII.
WHOLE XO, S78. j
TKrrA M nohet 01 lH eso anu Bicgu;o
ii-. arN" -r- a -i .
dt;nguisbeu tbe "gentle
.ii ..Haa mux oi inn nrna. 1 Hnl lha rai m l lha j I in IhA m . . .
r mahneH nt uo ""'S u,c" " "v r' - I 1JU " '-r W1 'ju',;b,h """"m Airs, uowara.aiisubsuiuteibrjurs Jjouble
f .iTiih Jiktinffitisberi the M fientle- ner of the tbrnff It is so striisbt fbrarari I da bah. nA Wh hA lrMrl.JUf..i
Sfcliiold ichoW' and the reason is and bprest-4one of your hrpocritical litU u f, thieaded jthe countrt jfbrmiilsjo all
rnlfrlt ''Wd- are 11,0 8e,fish io lhe,r 11 rtude IYour true republican, j wbehjl directions, is, en as I w'riieliri demand :
I' of associating among tjiuinds tbaoa, possess any tiling wlichl t roan on horseback teoroesfoittsoiibe where
letting the cultitation of would contribute to bis conTenieftce.twIlky near JDanfbrth'W an3 . asks i id1! ntehoot
male socieiy, me inuu- in wiinj jr you going 10 uae your noises, i whisper for
j in a a l .1. . iT is . - .
-trs j"- an-. -;i
nf Wljltl (3 !
un, we i : u you warn mem- -i was
- i -. . . . . i - . i
horses happen to be; the llnog I calls it
must come tc Micbi-
A GALLANT HUSBAND f .
' ' ' i i - f 'I :) ii!
OE THE TATE OF AS OLD BACHtLOtt.
1 t e l
!p oencnnai in forming ino
Mlroisipe ib ttxis ; it is because 'young
Hml'V ttthlrithir, iccustom tbemselres to the
tisyfnlUol-ikiions to which we bate al- thmkinff tQ ffet 'em to so up noib a piece
jdetf -hiliflelr bight spend their hours in Or perhaps be desired article cpmes wllbj
that the? find I in the female department ?
f yPfit iemilei unable to address tbem 'ere butter you bought of Miss Bartbo thisHh,a sitoauon of aingle blessednes.; Ii-as all
iiiiftat lse i M courtesy characteristic of mor-nin." j j I I I !
He lenlleWan.' We have been in company And awayi'feoes your golden store, to! be
;n sproe oecasipins wuere we nate met some repaid, pernaps wiiq some cneesr greasy
hL&.Jm. luHfnl. vniinn tnHma nil V'ltl I otniT krniinhl in t Hirte nail, cxnh t llaa'
illCf u i VI IWCIIJJ Jfc'f'g . I OIUU UIUU(JIl.i H U.tJ f' "M tiwtv
inave encountered more re- vour butler m - i
- St !
TT OW tpirhsia a certain state cf t!
JLi accompanied by indiortsticn, w ! . r
greatest et Us are apprehended open t;
groanda, and the - worst con sequences i.:
Ancient medical writers eupprsed thn
to be confined to those particular rei
abdomen, technically called hyporhen -,!r '
are situated on the right or lett tide . f f
ity,. whence comes th name hypclar, ', :
- f SYMPTOMS.
. The common corporeal aymptcrcs arf f.
ey in tbe stomach or bowels, acrid t r. .
cosUveness, spasmodic pains, giddior, t
of aight, palpitations, and often an uutt i
of fixing the attentio upon any sthj c:
portance.or engaging in any thtr t:
mands vigor or cotiraje. Also lar-v
the trind becomes irritable, 'tho2hiit:J, .
inj raeiancnoiij, ana opjeciea, arccn
but I shall not tell whnt be
perifi ana rarei
leritO ;.anO lOruiBi aeaeiuuiagra.
We ha?e A cirJ came in to borrow a " wash.disj
dy express her admiration j because weie got company.-' Presei
ky rery fineoking youth, and wonder I she came back ; Mother says you've 'for
I,' i VMi Li.it.
1 iQrsotnu iijc
Some time io the year 18r,in thwi state of
old bachelors most do sooner or hter-ijk the no-
lion into his head
or rather to take
take care of and
open his Iids durins the not to send a towel. ''
and have also heard men I The pen; and ink, and a sheet o' paper
cursedly awkward all par- 1 and a wafer,? j is no unusual request ;Jwnea
express ineir surprise mai i toe pen is reiurnea, you ; are generally pn
be so shy and reserved, as I formed ihat you sent ' an awful bad pel.'
expected the first advances I I have been frequently reminded of end
he gentle sex. If young of Johnson'sifiumerous sketches! A rari!cna.8elne race fieldh fishih2 tacle.his dog
U. folks mj
rirriiia and. appropruie a lew oi nis laie
lours lo ar intercourse wnn lemaie socieiy.
to a Qua
broken vpur rotteri
to seek him oat an mate).
unio oimseiia tc?e-to nurse ,.
comloft bim in bis told age.
He was wealthy--bad alt the good things of this
world that heart cuuld desire, excepting a kind
hearted, geutle aiid aflVctionalM wilel- He was
neVer" con ten ted -Inor should he hare, been for
be had no one to share 'his fortune j: no ione to
bless him in 6ickness ;joo one to sympathise
with him when her became sorrowful and gloomy.
He wanted not the means to procure bim any
and eery comfort- he fared sumptuously ey
ery day ;" but the ne thing needful n he
had not he had no wife. la his Juvenile days
he had no soul for the soft delights uf love. The
imes spare an evening from returning a broken wheel-barrow
he Stlliardobm, or theatre, to. accompany ker, with, " Here I've I
- t "! s ': jsti -j : i . i . l i . i l ' l. . r i 1.
Bisierpj lit bu occaaiunai vjsn iu iucif i wneei narrow ajsin oiri j wisn
it mended ripht off. 'cause I want to borrow
it 8gatn this after noon.' The Qaker is
and I wish I bossessed more of his sou if.
.. . f s .. . . . , . .4 -
But J did not intend to write a jenapterfort
and awkwardness would soon
! T!he festive meetings of young
d' bejwiat we have heard the
they were in the "days of (involuntary loans;! I have a story to tell
J - LI- I n L e i i i . "i !m- rtf:
yuus, social, nuu agrecauie, i Ane oi my
t i-e l i . Tl t . mt - I " '
nd feetter&tHMwe migbt near of more "iove Doubledav, a
i : v . -Sil I ! .1-1 . ' I f ;
jatcheSfjind fewer marriages of conven
tcJi-larJ) jn the course of time, society
(ota iibtllie snnoted by so many rusty old
and gun were his delights. A reasonable in
dolgence in these thinga is no sin y but! bar hero
was totally eogroasei by them. His associates
were men like himself, and hs became so habit
oated to his peculiar coarse of life; so wedded to
this spot ts that, like -one f oldj he was j4 joined
to his idols. 1 f ; ! ,
I Bat time works charjfge3, and Sour bachelor
friend did not escape his withering touch. The'
fall, bright lucks of hair which clustered his tern
-pie's in rich profusion daring his Jmore youthful
years had become thin and giey.1 H The round
ana rosy cneeKs orotner days oadtwithered and
best neighbors is iMi.iPhild
long; awkward, bones; h
workinii Maine man. or Matndte.i I stioDnse Ihevan to wear a sallow hoai ThA mntnt
she might say ; so good natured that he I chest, the buoyant and fantssiicjatep of early
miffht be mtstaken for a simpleton1 : bat-that years had declined, aod the infirmities! of age
ffi ? ! t t I y i l ' a a - t I. 1 m f - - ' .a :air I I iDh.imad idaq bnaaa m tn A knlii r frri ; v ? K a wA
acneiprsjwniio young men wouia oe less he must be byi those that do not Know nim.-irMWW ,'uwa "a,MU!t"l-,ur,iKV
a1fl,fofj3icoubtering ia'certain class of I Ho is quite an old settler, came in! ibu years I f' A change came o'er tbe spirit oflbis; dreams jn
imiarid tfmaLidamsels of uncertain age. I ago. brinsms with him a wife who is to him .nd the old withered, wasted bachelor beihou?ht
mm rm War
U 4-':-i ii
ti. ... . -mm f ' '" I. ' - I t : ? 'ill ! ' ' -
nigner. ana Aura Aiaioney laoguing louder and forgot) to explain. But let this pass.
j 'Well, Mr. Mal aebJal .i Jf j r?c?"U. coumry testify that a total derangement of the emeu
care ye can of joaiself '-said tbe gallant bride J yu fH"n,,lljn " " original cause
groom for me own'part, Til jtst take this tree 1 2 trie excessive overtrading which the
ana oat from the gig,and up a tree,hichgrew J U3nK-8 commtttea irora 1033. up to 1837.
pear by, went Mr Maloney.i i I j That it has, since this latter period, labor-
Just at that moment tbe horse took the notion!! ed indefatigably to 'discredit the ! Banks.
to start, and awav le went! cirrvinor ihm htipr i with ;Anr f.... ii.aM - :..L
Fhe mental feelings and pernliar train . ;
thai haunt the imagination and tvt r
the Judgment exhibit an infinite diversity,
wisest and best ef men are as open to t!.; ;
tioo as the weakest.
' ' CAUSES. ').:
at , .-
A sedentary lite ot acy kind, e?per;::
traded to a late hoor in t!.e
ietred by social intercure,
ini tklf? vere study P
Ing- the an fort niiate husband stttiGir in the. forks! . - i i , ' . , 1 ,
r i.i.j.I u. .u .Ljt:.i rf M "hole tone of its leadmsr lournals: and and rarely relt
is pruoaoiy eiui more conclusive, tne I uui, r.--? m
let and emphatic declaration ! to that n drioking. the immoderate use of i
t by its most prominent and influen-
tree. His young wife did not seem very uneasy I tial supporter the Senator from Missouri.
old grey coon. The water did root abate for
J-Ai. Li JV rEe (rUvi,. ..j L...J violent purgatives, the suppression of
u ui."r:ir!:i 0i,ct rwvrB :r.L:i:r "w,rM ... uuct bitoaidischtr2e, (as, the obstruction cf.i
ses,) or long continual eruption ; rehxst
rr.", 7r.T;' Tt XiT l- - ,. I "1UWWMUU' IIUV.UU iwl or more bebility of one or more important
mainder of bis life, fhen the salt Was allu-j reasons than one, is supposed tp !be the the abdomen, is a frequent cause.
'she wooW V hnlhnm Wtti'l Power behind the Tyrone kreater' than the ircItment.
ni . i . ... .. . II. rfL t e . .
l m k.: ri.- .l ii !.t ..If:, I inrpne ltseii, ana woo nictates the eadinff I ane principal oajects 01 treatment tsr
stoarihTpr policj tcf-tbe party, boWly proclaimed, Ke8
i! i Til whiCb : had been prepared though to make Its success certain, it might being carefully regulated by the oc( ai, ; !
I r I . kS Mary- Here she made her- be necessary to force the Banks to another of a mild aperient. We know nothing :
!!" V;.r W auspens on. f ! I calculated to obtain this end. than Dr. VV
w www a w u uauaui vauiQ SjU 19t UCa
i T ---::;:
From the Southern Litetary "Me$sengtr.
j EVENING CLOUDS.
See, where, fast sinkrog oer tbe hills
As with a golden halo crowned,
The setting sun with splendor; fills
. Those massy piles that lie around
His couch, in crimson glory dresa'd,
Like drapery o'erja moQarch'a rest !
1 v j j
Bright, fair, bat ah! how fading too
Is alt this beauuful array ! M
A moment given o the view
Then past amid the gloom, away !
So like the gildedSthiogs of earth,
That Charm the eye,. though nothing
Knowing these things, hearing the Banks Evans Aperient Pills being mild and t
daily: assailed in the press, which is in di- ,n their loperation.; The biiweU bpr
rent and immpcti.i- .nmmnn.An ..ik ihi cleansed, his inestimable Camomile Pii:s,(
" VVUIIIIU1IIUII I ll V 1 . t l . v
Pre,u. and hi. SecretakSf the W flK,; '
k :Ji:.J'.J J imamuio iriuruy, aiiu hm.uui )"'"-
t7, o? uuS, Bwmuwug duu ucmuraiizing proved a great blesslns o the nnmeiu
Jlome FoHote ?"
E OF BORROWING.
u -1. 1 -fflrk--
.vi . -J i !-. f I I " . .. . . .
' aeiinern oerower nor a lender oe i
i lm i vail ii'fci J "'rnn uvi ij imvii tsuu menu
as vinegarbotle to oil cruet or as musUm himself to take s w:fe. Bat ;whp would have
to the sugar which is used to soften jits tbi- lihn t Who would noW join tbeiriifatejlwith one
ting qualtUesj : Mrs. Doobleday. has he oUt so musty, uninteresting;? If We are
sharpest eyesAhe sharpest nose,the shAp- ongst those who do potbelieve jthaij ihe age
'-.liL i . it - jILkl- Suf miracles has ceased ; and we shave s much to
est tongue, tbMbarpest elbows, and abbve w,nnrm thl9 ODinioJ in faet-khai laditil friend
all. tbe sharpest voice that ever fpenetrate
the interior ' of Michigan. She; has! a lal
s the edt?e of husbandrv.M I straight bony, figure, in contour
- I a 1- .1 . , J. . S
Uamlxt. I resemoiing two nara oan pianas lasiepei
tTOf gSba fidirice fihds little regard in together and Stood on end ; nd, strange t
tirKi4snl1.il fmiti id tr. U ... n tJi fu. sav I she was! lull bveand thirtv when lie
iisMeltcldtte a1 musing work we noticed mature graces'attracted tbe eye and wonib.
.nfffittird.ilijhivws to: what lengthahe afifecUons of fhe worthy Philoj Whale
rac ice f4e e carried although, there may, 'P86 bad come over Mr, Doubleday'sfis
!ouQt!e8si be found: some n these narts wh sagacity hwben he made choice of hi
toiiid lpnsiiahlPn ; i ! I
t ' As I li'
e year ears.
y.bat you cannot refuse safely, bor Mrs. Jenkins,? who is a sister of. Mr; handsome man, nujr thei most! agrabjeli and in-
Polly, I am sure I never could 'guess ; pu
ne is cenainiv ine oniy man tq toe wont
who could possibly have lived with her
and he makes her a mo3t excellent husba'rui
I was setting one morning with my neigh-
Jwas not unsuccessful in his search for a wife
.He tried this lady and he tried another J he met
wuh rejection after rejection ; one frowned on
hira, aqd another laughed at hia failyi ffiot he
still persevered, j j. j j'lHliij j
Finally he found the object uf his hear) in the
persou of a beautiful abd highly: accomplished
young lady at the interesting age lot eighteen.
-She bad a taste and disposition for gaiety -was
fond of balls, fashionable assemblies, travelling,
4c. ; but unfortunately she was poor her father,
who had indulged and given her in opportunity
for every accomplishment in his more -afQaent
days, having died bankrupt add left her without
a. cent.. ! :. I' I Ml: I
I Oar bachelor had nothing! abtiat' 'hp' person
particularly fascinating,; be was not the most
wants youi sifter,' said Miss
.amjijl llwflria'jfoting lady of six years'
iipayg aiureo in a tattered calico, thick-
neawithj rtjrt, mer unUept focks straggling
hit jiideous substitute for a bon-
its;unrvEraalin the western country, a
!irtpntuhhinherchiefV which is used, ad
:Pf4k:ssols of" purposes.-
I flot?rWants your sifter, and she says
$ MieseJsou can let her have some su
?f fid. .fla,$Maiseyou've got plenty.
c!fent reason, 'cause you've
Doubledav. when Betsev. Mrs. Doubledit's
- af T 1 g-; a f T " , I j
u hired girl bame in with one 'of the shin4
gles of Pftiliops handy work in her J hand L
which bore 10 Mr. Doubledav's well knowi
Come! quick, Fannf !
And: bting the granny,
For iRlrs, Double-
new pair, of
a peepe at the
the nfxt intelligence was cf a fine
lungs, at that hitherto si
11 J i a-. .
auea very soon euei to i
latest found;'? and if
lent'?clonifusive as to the sharing suppressed dight of the new
iia.-.Lf J:IuL L Tr I treat hnw mititi more ffta thn
- ! t
papa was a
iiicuVinejbb in- lreat hPw micb more was the buftenedasj
M rhtrtinlwiih nr.ii.mr. ;u k I oect. the womanjzeo tone ot the proud anc
ffc" H'j T" ' DU, w 1 .til at.' i I
ii uisiCQnamon ; nut wo to him that I U,FH7 T - i -T i'n
to I pect, the wonianized tone of the proud Jnd
... 1 haoov mother. I never saw a beins so rorn-
5ink wtfti Unni any thing Hke an appear- Plete,T transformed, bhe would .almost pr-
ncfiP! pbupyance, whether of money or Bei answer, wo urr uswruea. warning
I?i'hbelk)i4' ck)nejiie5ces.-i-To have of 4be breath of the little steeper. Even
Hnflian!) be willing to share them in wbea trJ,ng i be P! and to say y wJiat
obe sort: wi h the wlmle eommnnit.. i. n he occasion demanded, her eyes would not
mi. You must lend your bo withdrawn (rora the tiny fiqe. Conter-
1 - : I Ia.a . a..J MB k!jhal L. . il tl . .'- f
, 7 i ;T - i
lerestinu cofppanioh ; but he had ; gold rhe had
a fortune ! This Was the glittering bajt this
was tbe powerful magnet, f I he 1 yotQg lady
knew he wis wealthy, land herself, poor. She
"knew another thingbut she w as almost asha med
tu think of that she knew jthe; ff jold Ifellow
would not live long ; and the animating thought
bt being an interesting, 'wealthy young 5 widow,
was a consideration lot strong a temptation to.
Ijreat to be resisted! She yielded II l&hl jaecept
d the offered hand of Ihn bachelor, aed gave
hers in return. Ob, ve G4s !-4was! ee not a
chappy man! Again he fancied htmselfyouncr
aiid active, and giy ;out it was only fancy. H
thought the sprin-limia of life had' again come
to turn , ne imagineu nis pam was again sirewo
with the buds and blossoaie of early years ;. but
(this, alas, was but an idle vision ! ! i The ofd man
had seen a better day. : jilts s.un had risen bright
ly, and it continued beamit g and! glowing more
brilliantly . till it had reached the full blaz? of its
Wridian spletidourL But it was jnbW faljj Setting
I -the evening of his life wasnowust ijjproach
'tnr his niht of tleath was at hand . i ; 1
hBot he married,!andmarritd a bloom rjg bride.
She blest him. He was hippy bapy as he
; tsirorseo'ijut QVC CC SOU to go ten miles 8auon !a BTi Buyjrci uu eer-iew ,eooia oe. ntasni seeroea 10 aisiuro Miui.saTe
i'ti'l'liM Ibe darkest night, for 'heoieof babies" wsoatof (heqiiestjoii kyicMianal rrfleii. wliiclbrob;ii ponl.ss.
3 dfeolfMVou s earn 10 lr.el twenir .f- Whateter we Ibegan upon whirled iroond .hiaown aewub ih.i of his Wife
ill sons, belong not. to f ' T W. W a tarns not w,,h the h. d"d
loursclfibut tothrnuWii. .u JL, .k;t less constancy 'o the. pole. i 1 . :..if.:.uk?Lj.ii-
And now ere's glowing star illaraes '
The chambers pf the distant west,
And scarce discerned, like waving plumes
That flash o'er many a warrior's crest,
There float along the upper air
Thin, fleecy cloaks, so clear and fair ! ,
How sweet to gae Upon thelrj slight, !
I ranspirent fjms, changing so oft J I
ibat e'en the zephyr's gentlest night
Scatters them with pinions Soft,
Seeming down a the sky they go.
Like wreaths of jgently driven soow !
And then, to trace tbe full oTbed moon , i
As, strogglinglan her cloudy way, 1
She travels on, nfw wrapped tn gloom, !
Now bursting forth with undimm'd Tay,
Like some high,; noble heart, whose pri
Still bears him op, thoush woes betide. ;
i :i 1 t n
The VesterdavPa orcran of. DrL Rrnekeh.
f Ji -9 ; 1
brough's Bank, Ithe enquirer) seems .to be
in a terrible quandary. After a few :vliaht
flourishes about j" astonishment and ikd ig-
nation, ami usual sieroivpeu nnrases a-
'1, ;- -m a
insmutions ana naving neara mat Mr Ar Some ohvsicians hae -recumroended
mos Kendall's hireling" in this city use of mercery, but it sl.ould ma he F.-..r':.
was in the habit of refusing to receive as in many cases it will greatly aggra'va;
notes of specie paying Banks in payment symptoms. T - j
for postage, we ventured,1 inor than three Literestinz and Jdor.hlw.K Farts
months ago, to allude to jthe machinations tc3ASTHMA.THREE YEARS' M '
whicb.the Government hadln hand, and to ING. Mr Robert Monroe, is,.hyikiii, 1 1
predict that if its power (which, through ""f00" "ID8 ,u"!4
. f ;.' 6 Great lanour. flatuleuct, disturbed nu
the manajement ofthe revenue, we con- beadache, difficulty of batl.i..g. t.,1
fesseotoeie was. adequate to the and stricture across ihe breast, dlzzH cs -.
end, the Banks would be driven to another Toaa irritabilitv and: restlessness. 'could r
suspehsioa Our apprehensions, then, have n a horizontal position Without the erf ;i
been realized by events. We believed Impending suffocation, palpitatpon of t!
tjien as we do now thatlthere was ia ays- distressing coogh,cf)Stienes3, pain tf ti t
le matfe design on the part of the Adminis- ach, drowsiness, great jieb.uty and n. u
tration to constrain the Banks to confess lbe nervous energy. Mr R Monro
.t . t.i.1- li- . every thought of recovery, and lue d.M
then tnabUity to meet their obligations in QQ lh'0 coulT,enance of eery ri5m lnu ;t
specie. This result, it was thought, would, his existence or happineM, till by a in !
as Denton comessec, secure tne auoption 01 noticed in a public paper -nme cures ..: -
a party measure, upon the success of which Dr Wm. EVANS' MEpiCIlVE in li
Mr. Van Buren had ataked his chance of plaint, which induced him ti puichasc a
re-plection thus showing that mere party age of the Pills, which resulted in c. 1. ,
considerations were Paramount to all othersi removing every symptom of his e.-
' j . L mifhaa tr eon hiamntlvn Fur this ilxrbr d!
however seriously affecting the welfare o U,i samr a,',; 1
individnals i or the public. toms similar to those from nhich he i, i
It is useless for Ritchie and Blair & Co. restored, tnay likewise receive the ines.i
uj ctviciiip tu bcurccu uicir employ era iruiu oeneul
the consequences of ftheir misconduct. A CASE OF TIC DOLOREUX
Tlieylmay now, when they find they have Mra. J. E. Johnsot., wife of Capt. .1
gone too far. ouake and trerab e. and ex- Jonnson, 01 i.,ynn, iu wr,t J
press regrets But facts and circumstances,
which cannot lie, are too' strong and con
elusive of their guilt and they must bear
the consequences. j
hout a " thorough reform of the Banking
for ten vears with ( Tic iDolereox, vi
in her head, and vomiting, with a burnit
in the stomach, and unable to leave Ik r
She could find no relief jfrom the advice i
eral physicians, nor frorn medicines of any
until after she had commenced usm- Dr !
medicine of lOOhathara street, and fr. t
time she began to amend, and fels tai!-;
she continue the medicine a few 'days !
8y8tel', then comes the difficulty ;- how times and really five times less than at -; the be
to relieve the. A( ministration of bbr e, for winning ofnhe 19rn centjury to persons of the
doing that which, its head-man, Benup, de- same tank. " Tio understand the distinction be-
dared should be done ani: how to lioint
the raader's indignation against the plfenp
a 'j . a ?'. a ! .''.:!
svivama bank ot tne u Sk and at the fpame
Change in the Expense op living. In
the 15th century; the' expense ofjhvinf to thp
lower and middle rar.ks of people in England
i ! - X T 11 .1 it. r .1 . . . . I - tl.l..
vas, accoroing to ut rienry, nominally ten 1 will oe periecty curea. lieierencc can
es less than ati the bu as 10 the truth of the above, by calf u rj
JohnsonVdaughter's Store, S!?9 Gran.
N.Y. -: .:''
SCJMrs Anne F. Kennv, N 11
street between ijtantotr and llusi' n s-s
time save Dr Breckenbraugh's Bnk
less wliich unluckilv clianCes it) be in the
same box. Th fidgeting and furnlilintr,
wriggljng and jwtsttng j ofjjthej veijibrable j and, 2ly , that the same tiantiy of silver, sup
R.iitor in this embarrassinff ;'-positiohL re--1 pe a pound weight, would thn have purchas
ween the nomina! and real difference, we hae
only to reflect 1t, that one nominal ; money
pound in the I5ib century- contained as much
silver a is two nominal pounds contain at present ;
and, i bare lore, a ierson who had then an income
uf lft a had a3 mnrh oiiicr In mnr1 us if hr hoart. iriiininpfiS Ihd dimne3nt !,L'M
one who now huh an income of d-20 a year; not lie on her nht side, disturbed i-s',
ability of engagin? in anJ thing ihat dt;
ted for ten years with tlje follow ir J;
symptoms:. Acid eructation, daily
pains in the head. loss ui appetite, paij iK
vigor or courage, sometimes a vbi nary
minds one of th shifts and 'expedient8 hi ! ed as many of the necessaries of life as ne limes an aggravation uf her ciease a whiui-n .i
that flower of Major Domos. Caleb foaL. hat qniity wil) phkse at present sion to particular person and places, gu .
. . l !i ... wi j In the 16th centuryl tbe expense of living in appre'heosions of prsonaI dagger and p
derslone to kefP up the fi credit b the jnorlarld w aboat twice as go-at as in the 15 th a!, i,ksomeness and wearing ..f life, di-c
House of KavefASWOod. lhe-.iefits pi !ift.rj.oti.; bUit timea lesa than" intbe : IikI. diMintetnde m 'eveirv "slhiht nccafi..!
i!Cfen,buttakeitfor As I pass Io t an oracle in the mttet of L YeiWeann. i nclude out stori wltUut re
irl WB00 8addl d bridles Of PaPs apa.Posse". l trequent cornrnn- laliag one of hig ft3Ll8 bfgalMntwhicb Uar
acutesperit most of rhik.r i;m...-n I caition with Jny now happy neighbor, who raA ik0 .o-Jkio irJiA
?S poajjhpuse 10 f!use amanbsck ; and I f had forgotter to scold her husband.! leirn- his bride in a g, 1 nd sealed ihirnlf ir.yi.je her,
?liM?Paj kpown a stray martin0aletoKfi e4 to let Beijy; have time to eat, and omit-1 with a view of visiting! one ofjhls! llii icqlajintan
.l -5. - -n't r s
ruccn ia 011
r jdwellings two tnilea anart i le? he nightly scouring of the floor, lest I ces, who had press ngly intriifed the newly mar
lent from on to another with- I so much dampness might
l4i t '
lio be orig.iiarproprietorV who y. We wer3ib' deep consults I tio oneJn4rr- pne?,aDd sness around. jTheJ day Nsfit-e,
ILi LL f.;.i- .L.. ; l3.L.n. . J k.iL 4kL Ud the weather wis calm and delightful. U The
it w iw l v v m m rwm m mm. ,m mi m bF-t mm mm m n r m m mm m m w t w, mm m- - t
vli I" w .wuiiucnco i w p rr ," . r- "VJ. "JB li parly started
M , f I wel -beingoissoleobjectof Mrs Dpuble- iiccident whit
tthin doors, an inventory of your I day s thoughts and dreams when the very ?hev had to ft
on their way, not dreaming Tbf any
hich might befal I hem I i.ln thetr rout,
in doors, an inventory of vour ay s tnougiits and dreams when the very hatnirH ncn.n .trMln:. UiWth hnn.
all sorts, would scarcelv more lame little lanthe Howard, dirtv as eter. fdred vardsbeluwa mill-dam. k(went Irains had
- 1 ' ' a. I - - I mm A F I 7 a . I - I ...
4ii include the articles which vou are soli- P'esented herself. Sh
IdtolehiiNihinikic arAiib.t.kAn.1tor..iia awhieiwithnitt np
r-'. l I.- nir . i :'l.mt IIVUV1U uivurn. I ' -. r
She sat down and stared ( swollen the head Waters of trie Creek!
kinr aPardinair ind as lbe happy pair, bere in the ctiarirteli
. ' " I . j .a. . j." : i . '. k l
Ueigbborsasyoarown,butbed. I1 'meii us that her mother " wanted ford the dam We gave way; frorn
.!. . .! I If rt;.aa . . , . i -ii i.i . I .n.l nrMcnrn r.f thai .nrMnl j I l.iUiii
tfaitBivi . J I , r
:m1u airJlii-- T ,ucs 01 oe sstn, ior
ib f 1 W becoming almost as fa-
lnnts etk ikm . j ... -
'aTLS afS aTn'E '.
Sieves. Emonlliinn Irnnc
nil chnrnl : tan.k...
.Jt f." I- " " thet had lees;
crtpod t s and 1 1 . could notm .u . - ji-
h.i fcaa.l.L J LLIf a a .
uraiucKFO ni i ma k. m
MH fci 1 L T -T- V- u'e8in iioDti
n;lPtHDf owh narl. I k.
imra . 4 rty 'Poons. mv mi
MakaanU 1 B
sua bavi r - ynoes;
. a. ' jyfui asKBn inr mv nmk. -ai
niha t T-ri.-T-w3 wu
husband, for his shaving apa-
had no tii
M Lejcp sij -B apt!" And h
failed. Thej new mother's feelings were fot
tunately too big for speech, and lanthe wlsi-
and pressure of the
water in torrents;
its coarse ; it rose
current, j DoWnj caU),the
rapidly around the
containing the bride and bridegroom ; the,
made by oar bero
not, and would not
ana tboogrt. every; easri was
to: start the animal J he did
The bride did not shriek, and faiot away
al.a.a. IV.L.. I mm .ah K . ' D
area oeiore iiirs. UouhlpHatt Fr.knA i wj""'bw u mu,
. IPhilo, who entered on thelin. 1 1. UB' "VT7' T TZ'i .14L
Mn.rk,..i..(..r , 7 laoney tor iois.wm opr ineno-s ;Dame--7 now
t into one of bis electrifying laughs ! ' ' i,nrrk M t :jr ' i.i kUk.n,t
"Ask my Polly,
To lend ber dolly !n
f and could; not help thinking that
must come west " tn order to learn a
tie of every thing. s ; " i t" .
identical glass tube which I offered
in soch danger of dhrooning ? Mrs Maloney,
new can ye laugh isay r?ki .j lis) y jj
! t he bride laughed! asato. and ratber i more
'heartilv than. at firaL -. t:r-'!p 5 f li !
. t . " ! t 1 L -f J
Again did 3lr Alaioney try to start trifi corse
but in vain .'Gil'ujv ye baste; why
;don,t ye git op? said.be to1 the! an
ihre be stood the water lisicig
our Caleb, as might well be snppoSeii uh
der the circumstances, are attended I with
about the same success as usually crdtvned
those of his prototype, the ? ancient facto
tum of WolPs-drag. i ; II I
All the charges against the Pennsylvania
Bank may be trite (of j thatj we: kmiw no
thing and care nothing though its friends
say they are falsi1) but that has ihhitig
to do with the main points, or if it 1 1), it
millitates against the Admii)istri4iorf A Fur
rt, like the Virginia Bank, is a 5oe Jnstj
tution, and was reduced toj that enfeebled
and dependent condition by the Tory -.Par
ty. It once bad a national charter,j ami
was amenable to fjongress Ior the manner
beginning of lbe 19th century. The wages of
a cmnnioii laborer in lbe 1 5th cent ary was 1 1 2d.
and in the IGth, 3d. a 6ay. " But he was real
lv ai rich, and coutd live as well, as a laborer
to our times
15d. a day." Jim Jll
. a . si r
in which it conauctea its lana rs.
check was removed by; the Administration,
and the institutihn was relieved of jail re
sponsibility to dongress, and permitted and
invitee to run the career which has teilmih
ated in its ruirK If ii had retainedi i na
tional charter, thje catastrophic that hasj be
fallen it would njot, in all probability, tiave
overtaken it, and it migbt have been, las it
frfquently was, abje to! bolster tip th f irk
etty concerns around it the jVirginia pank
inclusive.. But the Government, in wM"
holding fronrtrj national cljarte, stripped
it of its power for good, arid enlarged its
capacity for michiel j It did morj jt
not only made al great bleated monter of
this institution, nd placed it! beyon.ti the
control of the Federal iatithowties, bjtit ft
the same time-rnltiltf plied similar i monsters
throughout the union, and stimulated 'tiem,
with the revenues of the citiuntry, tp in
dulge in tbe wilt est and most ruinous; Over
trading.: This i i history, suhstanciated by
the records of the Government and t of
ficial Messages J( the President andj the
Reports of bis cretary off the Tre? juiy.
! But how the misdeeds of; this Siaf in
stitution justify j similar misdeets ool the
part of another (State ihatitutton, managed
hv the sbleat financier, i aided ;bv the Sorb4
found sagacity of the Edit r,' the htneat!
Caleb of the enquirer omits (possibly be
One of i he besetting y ices of our country, is
Writing to people aooul our own business and
leading Uimevkhjam-Wf trouble with our affairs
to payihe postage. Rfgard it as e may, this
practice is nothing more nor less than plundering;
and those who pursue it may test assured, that
or every twenty-five cents tax ihey thus im
pose upun others wtthoat their cwnseni, they lose
a dulhr'8 worTh of reputation. If a friend or cor
tfS).ndent is willing to lake labor upon himself
lor you without compensa'lon, it is not oniy m?an
but dishoneat to make him pay for serving yoa.
1 If we And a man in the frequent habit of ma
I kit g ua iav his postage except in the correspon
dence of friendship) wejare not so apt to trust
ihi.'O or ta esteem him as we do one who is strict
ly scrupulous upon suchj matters ; and we pre
some thni tis sentiment prevails with all men,
who form an opinion of jthe character of others
from their actions.
Losing good morals 6y an earthquake, n
P American ship lay in Tacalhuaoa at the time
f be seTerai earthquakes were experienced there.
I Shortly afterwards, while io an other port, the
iCaptain thought it necessary to poni6h a man,
Ibat allowed that if the offender could advance
IS ! r . i.. . L . .L...IJ l-
lany reason ior nis immoral conanci. ne snoum uv
parJoned. hyfLsir said Jack, yoa snow
las bow I think that ar? earthquake shook my
f moral principles-out o me. Such able reason
line bad the desired effect:, and Jack was forgiven,
I - i
The Sxrpremaey ff te Laves the las
jle'rra of the Court for S.jarke cooniy, Ohio, sit
iting at Canton, tbedarwge suit against the per
Itons charged with tarring and feathering i cer
Itain Dr. WiUgohs, of that county, some months
since, was trie. Alter j bearing tne tesumony
in the cae. the jury returned a verdict for the
Iplaionff of $3,150 damages, wifh costs.
uiiieiuoe on every ii
conceived she could neitherdie nor live;
lamented, deaponded, and thought t-h?
most miserable life, nevr was one so baJ,
ftrquent menial hallucinat'nins ,
Mr Kenny had the advice of several rr
physicians, and had recourse to rmmer;' . r
cines,bul could not obiaia even temporary ; I
lion of her distressing folate, till her hu'i -.
suaded her to make Irtalbf roy mode (f tru-
She is now qaite lelitjved, and finds I
not only capable of atieerting'Jo her d r f -fairs,
but avows that shd enjuy as go I '
present as she did at n;r 'period id h&r m
J. Kenny, busbaod of the afort-ii i
1 S worn before me, this 14th day of D t
1836. , ! f::-'1 ' tA
Peter Pincknxv, Ccm.of
The Picavune tells a! story about a fellow who
said be ahooM'ot care so mncb aboot mosquitoes
biinv him, if they did ot brag so lite inanuer
RHEUMATISM, .with an AflVcuui . t
Liinos cured under jht? treatment i fl
Wm" EVANS 100 fcSasham sr', ;
York. Mr Benjamin & Jatvi. 13 Cn
Newark, N J., afflicted for four jar
severe pains ia all hisjujnls, which ner i !
increased on the slightest mUn, the t
preserved a steady whileneia ; loss , f z; .
dizziness, in his head, the bowel ci mi; ? ' ,
ty cstive, lbe urine high cbluurcd, at. J
profuse sweaung, uoatieoded by rehf. ')
bove symptoms were also atiendcd- ii
erable difSculiy of brVajbing with a t .
tightness serosa the chest; likewise a u ii
ofdue energy in tbe nervosa s) stent.
The above 8mptomsi were eniirr ly re
and a perfect core effected by DrWm F .-
City ff -New York, ts,
Benjamin S Jarvia beifig duly sworn,
pose and say, ibat the facttstaied v ''
bove certificate, subscribed br him, are i
respects true. f REN I S..IAU I
Sworn before roe. this 25tb of Nuven I r, !
WILLIAM &AUaL.J notary rtionc, . .
saa street. ' -'.f
Sold by the fallowing Jlgen .
GEORUE W BROW. Salnbvsy. .
JOtLXA LYGUS (Book'Un) LU c
J. H.JADEHSO.YjCamc'en. S C.
E JOILYHUGGLVS, Cbhmlt, .
May 10. 1839 ly41
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