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Ithaca journal & general advertiser. (Ithaca, County of Tompkins, N.Y.) 182?-1847, August 13, 1845, Image 1

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Neatness and Despatch, and at gj^Ltwyers* and Justices^ BLANKS kept con^antly oq imdendfot^le, atthis.offlce, , T R A N S P O R T A T I O N , jVew Y ork and Ithaca Line.— Insured., ■ ------ B o a t s of this Line have commenced their trips foi S q u i r e J o n e s ’ D a u g h t e r . , S-iveet is the gush of waterfalls , The melody o f birds The murmur of the rivulet. Or leaves by zephyis stirred; And sweet the sound of lute and voice, • W hen borne across the water, t Bat sweeter still than these tlie voice O f ’Squge Jones’ daughter. Brigl^tis the star whose mellow ray, C.an reach from heaven to earth; Bright is the sword By blood unstained, Red is the rosy poseyls hue. That grows down in the “hollers And red i.s miele Nathan’s barn, . That cost a hundred dollars; And red is sister Sally’s shawl, That cousin Lev. bought her. ■’ But reddei still the blooming cheek Hot is the lava tide that roDs Adown Vesuvius nountain ; And hot I he tide that bubbles oul From Iceland’s boiling fountain ; And hot a boy’s ears boxed for doing That which he shouldn’t oughter, But hotter still the lovd 1 feel For ’Squire Jones’-daugbter R e o S o v a l ! R e i S n o v a l ! • ; and ■ ' ; N E W G 0 6 D S - ^ 1 8 4 5 . IT H A C A C H E A P C ^ S H iS T Q R A S M I T H & R I C E , ' , T T A V E REMOVED TO THEIU FORMER: STAFD. x l No.So, tiW E tiO S r u i- E T , nearly opposite the Bank of Ithaca, where they are now oueumg the largest and c|jeap- est as.sorlraent of Ballad of an Alarmed Skipper, *‘/£ was an Ancient M a riner’* Of finding out. liiough ••Ijiug low. How near New York their schooners tan. • T he custom was to grease the lead, And then by eouiidlug through, the nighty— Knowing Uio sod that stuck so Well, 'I'bey always guessed their reckoning right. ■ A skipper p e y , whose eyes vvero dim, • Could ti ll by tasting just the spot. And sq below he’d “ dowse the glim”— AftfiLofequrse, his “something hot.” Snug in bis berth ht eigh> o’clock. This ancient skipper might be found; No matter how his craft would rock— Ho slept—and skippers sleep profound ! The watch on deck would novV (ind then Kuu down and wftkeluia wit^ the lead— He’d up and taste, and tell tlie fi en How many miles thejpweiit ajiead. ^ Oueiiig.’it. 'luas Jonathan Warden’s wa|ch; A Wag was J o —tlie pedlar’s son— EVreallasetofstJUfoiffTools, I To think the skippbr knows by tasting^ W hat ground jlie’s on—Nantucket schools Don’t teachsuch stuff witli all their boasting. And so he took the well-greased lead, %. And rubbeil u o*er a bo.\ of earth That stood on deck, (a parsnip bed,) And then he sought the i kipiJer’s berth. ‘ Where are we now, sir ?—ph ase to taste”— Tl.ii .kipper yawiiad, pot oni I,is tongue, Then oped Ins eyes in wondrods ha.ste, And then upon the floor he dprung! The «kipp r stormed, and tore bis hair. Thrust on bis boots, and roared to Mard'en— “ NiNTI CKET's hl-NK, AND ilBKK WU ARE R ight over old .M arm H aikett ’ s gardbn !” From thq Spanish of Juan Bni? De Hita. Praise of D lttle Women. he pto-vCTD says—A w Just SO a littlo woman is. iflovewfl! let vou wiB hfer There’s not a joy in all the world, iou will not find withii And as within the little roses you f nd tin ricBrat dyes, And in alittlogram of gold, mach irico’ and Value lies;. As fiom a little balsam imioh odoi doth wsd, So in a little woman there’s taste o f BaAd’i\®. The sky-lark and the nightingale,,thoug amall and light x k S _ ............. - ............. - ......... Is sweeter far than sugar and ble in thfr street, that the economical : S t i l l th e rd a re s o m e slight le in th f r s tr e e t, a n d am o n th a t t h e eco n o m ical p r iv a te c a r n a g e called a “ J ^ ronghanij” is v e r y co m m o n . T h e s e a re low cab3, h o |d in g tw i> o r f o u r perso n s , w ith a d r iv e r , sEnd perhaps, a f o o tm a n in liv e r y on th e outeide se a t, a n d on> liorso seem s, to do th e w o r k as^well a s twoi. T j i s fash ip n w o u ld be w e ll,ipt|& ifuced in f o N e w \York— t h a t is to sa y , i f o u r c h y 'i s ev . •o ’ \l ’ ■o m ak ke e a d rr iw r the latgres^ involved in thd jiroduct of n srta- F r o m ’ the N . Y . E v e n in g M irror. W i l l i s ’s L e t t e r s fro m L o n d o iu er t b e w e l e n o u g lf p a v e d t m a a d e any th i n g b u t a d ir e n e c e s s ity . T h e p a v in g o f L o n - don is r e a lly 'm o s t ad rn ir a b le. V a s t c ity as i t is, th e stre e t s are as sm o o th a s a floor a ll o f e r it, an d to ride iir in d e e d a lu x u r y . T h e break.necfc, h a t ja m m i n g , a n d d islo c a tin g jo lt s o f B r o a d w a y m u s t seem to m g l i s h j u d g m e n t an incxcuS a h le sta in u p p n o i r ” p u b lic sp irit, p a v i n g ~ t h e w o o d en ] tire ly o u t o f f iVor. en blocks, a r d loans o u ts tajidii)_ last, w h ic h could, -i : n o t be collected in order to m e e t th e im m e d ia te ^ JiahiiitiBsof tUebank?” Let us stop for a moment to consider this,— ’ I n e searnstresB and th e day lab o rer h a v e alread y S u c h p e r ^ d d s can e s u m a t e 4 l l e ^ jR il^ s o n H a r m o n , v ^ lD s e - rd p u taiio a £ of a w l e k A ^ % other the equiva- ha^,spread | r beyond the limits o Y iL Geat \ fwentv fom th o u s £ t L \J\\? as fhe; mo$t indkaiigable and ' nine d^oiiars. . How m a n y e S f f f l i o s t succefeful e^|)cnmen the Buhty-e. ■ g-the Shirt” would this hive l i d for p r i u S b: i Our far«nng rc^4rs and tnanj^ , Nay, how many real bona shirts such as besjqeyare nou^norant i f ihefacl that al'e w a n t e d by w o rk in g m e n , !w o u id’ th is h a v e H e n , H a r n i h h h a s , c u l t i v a t e d n e a t l y foT tyV a .. bo u g h t a n d p a id fo r ? . = ■ rie t i e s - o f thjat g r a i n , ' w i t h tfae lv ie w o f d e te r - T w e n ty ^ e ig h t m illion six h d n d r e d a H d tW p n ty m k i n g th e k in d m o s t a d v a n t j f g e o n s fo r ih d ' ftiu r th o u s a n d tw o h u n d r e d a n d eig h ty nine- d o l. f a r m e r in # s e re g i o n s . O n C |) f t h e m o s t i n - NUMBER ONE. F I R K I . V S U R A N C K . enumeraudnofS^^^^ A L a u m 'u F i s ^ S e n t n P H E Equitable Fir^ Inv.irance Co. of the city of Now of 1 J. ’tVork, have appoifited the undersigned their agent for Faihionnhle and Hev) Styles ' t>‘e puipo>.e o freceniiig applications and issuing ^loliiues in • S l t t e n t i O H t h e I . P . E L D R E D , Wlwh$ale i ^<-e. H is assortmenr has been selected with great care, so that Families caa'be sap|3iied wittithebr»ti|uahiuesof GKO- l {c5“Ci*untry Jlerdhants wiU d6 well to caE on him when they wi'vh to replcmsii their stock. f ' \ « V- . „ suppUes a t very tcaucta^ “^ r a v e m k e e p e r s c a d s , p L O C a b y a .B A E R E I . M . \ C K , A N O R U S & p o . A RE now Rtcpiving an Extensive Assortment of Books, jaL Stauiiaery. Fanej .inicUaf..&c., meliiking a .-5pt, r,d..j Assortment of Taper Hangings, Fire Board Views, &c._ F i L o L R & P y R K . arreU or Pound, a t the f’tone Store. scorYLEii & ro. ; g l ’FFALO ROBES,^ Ladies ^and^ Gentlemeos H - ^ ’ILSH S , I I I Uvveg|.Str£et._^ StIL’K X E.SIS I N C H J L D R E N , ' * SO tile s..JiT. ring whicli tliey undergo from worms, often .lltm ito a.fatattennmation,while thoeanae is neyotsus^ jiiVld, 0tren,.'i»'ehrcatli. .niokrog at the fin-v, grinatiig tliq W idorlg sleep, starting'asleep with fright andser6am» !;r,tnKifre--ome cough, and feverLhness, axe among somcf of r r r g a S i f f t t S g v ' K S ’- r g ■ a * «s ’! : 4 8 avb B Sne { a s r % p of miorminW his a. Hi .1 its v i^ ir y generaHy. tiiaE has iormctl a paruaT-^liiji wuii l*r Qfttv- MAN BrJim V. I.ite o f the fi m,of S. &: W. Brown <ir* the ‘ *w York, who has removfjj with his fimify to! ItiV s favor, to tha thousand whieh ha go ! Bdiri that them are over lUtl children in- tbe A*>?am fa tf e j have been in the habit of usihg bnerman s L«z- sees, anisiie bas altvays found tiiem to be attended with, •Jeniostheaefietal effects. Tiiey have been proved to be m- Maenza, Coughs, Colds, iaeLung^ HrlDe Forest, Evangelist in the V\ esteru part o f tbts state, Ew. Sebastian Stt€ettT.'Of Bci>t«JH, the wife of Oreamuq DMe, Esq, inSIotavia; and Imndieds of others, have been Audnoimedictao has ever been ottered to the pubhe whic^ hsbeenmote effectual intlicrelief oftho-e diseases, or whtdi einbe reconiaHindtd with ruLre conililence. Xhf^y all ichmg^orirritatjon. render the couL'h easy^ promote expectc^ remove ihe cause, and produ.ee the most happy and km j etfects. HEADACBE. Tilpitaf on of the Heart, lAOivnt^-s oF Spirits. S»a-sickdr r'’5lioadency,Faintness, Gtto,ie,t?i asins, Cramp off ftie r'lut nil, Summer or Bowel Complaint',, W h a t i s a p h U a r ? “A n odi! q u e s tio n ,”' th e trcader w ill r ? p l v . - \ to b l i s J ' City ot* New York, who has removfd With hi ^ « ji lut' w./| __ luu iuu’v A \ ” “ ------------------------- , _ _ ; . = „ , « . l . , p r „ , i n g » , c a p a b l e o f a w m a S . . I T H A C A M E A T M A R K E T S , 3 S t h ™ d l T l T a f a S t i L l h ' troduction, or certificates of mentjiiid professional skilll It is the in' tjieir work in imer or Bowel Comp also all the distressing laaristog^from freeUvmg.or a ni.ht of dissipation are ® S S i “i S 2 |fW .E :.o, Tbey iVtape^ly and ieli Very short space oftime, civ , and enabiexi person using iTeak Back, pain and weakness in the Breast, Back, Limh.i, isrtioijlv l2V cents, and is within tlie reach ol all. fo grPAt tobesomo tile reputation of this article, that o’ue million tiilnot begin to supply {he annual demand. Itisackiiow^- ttSicnnan’s Poor Man’s Plaster has his name with diteO^ btispnnted on the back of the Plaster, and a fac-sunihe 01 feDootor’s written name under the directiops. one otiiefs ®65ti;ine or to be relied on. > Dr. tShermaii’s vvarehouse h WaikRobinson, Newfield. Camp & Stone, ami D. Me- Z- ^ I raTH«:INT(|RIATl)eEI IJAVEVOU'PxLIN'? b J thankful. It'is a vigorous * 1 effort of nature to tbrov# off morbific matter, i rom ''bat maythamorbifie matter wise t t'rom a b tais^o r un- J ! £ both. When wehavepam in oiir head, or m our toot, it ^ or in our back or bowels, letus be satish^ lUre. For 01 mopid. ma «‘ly to the body. So we must not pse any o f the ptepato- ^^or mercury, neither must we use any vegetable meqi-* Truth, which is etemij, ■t.-ioii, we must ‘he % ute dfeeases let Brandre h’s Pifs and mild diet be usOd. ^ted a oriAswiU be generally brought about; the diseq e changed to aoutp, a few large doses of Pills and a f$w ^confinementto the house, will change the cbromcajly I ------ - ------------ Jew; plain black, bjue black’ and drab DeLairres; Ling lams, and Lingham Lawn.s; Calicos, ieau- CASH OR PRODUCE. H E N R Y W I L G I / S , i n O w e g o - s t ).\DCL0TH, I ('4PFK R .S to tlie public a large and gpjaeral atsert- and fikek and fancy C.-V.-tSlMEULcJ, cheap btyond.com- V ^ ’uit tii ul S uwomd.lc CJ lOil-, .at gi-pat ly l educec pi l- pare Satmetts. Vestinas, &c &.c. ^ j ce -, c nsist mg of T'aH .mil Winter Dry Goods, in the Also, a f u l l Assortment o f Groceries, ' n s iilvH ieijv G m c -iies, Harfiu.-.rp,^ ('rockary, Iron, of th > first quality, and unusually dieap. Superb Teas, S u - ; N ills, T a i' |PfU’li, O ikum , Dye Sniffs, Faints. Linseed grr. Molasies, prime Coffte, &.C, . i an I-S;..-. lo D d , l..Mti.ec, H..ois and Shoes, S-.lt Mack- S.ovew, Stove pipe ^ - g ® , A, I l i ' f l A f i J A n O F E W A L K . . A » XLi.V. I ^ lit; Hus less Hermoh.-e Conducted by t ' ? laip __ A irj i C m II-, ii I'll-L-M'iliAiiih fit, w i l l ' i c m - the Su'. ,-. I'. 1 m-i'MtCBrrin.’liesa.= '.Teio- I ' nO P lA CORD, r w INK, -oci. .as P |i.n,„I Mos' approved Patterns. Among ihu. Assortinent mV^'e ^''I\?. <hi. d^.Cloines Lims R.alk found. Lihi'S. &;■„ luaiiiiiaciniHl id Lie bftl iiiuierit i.and Premiom t'ook stoves, j k,*pi c o isn, Hv ..n h.to.l lot s-,le. Four Boder do ihi M n y u~s liK U S .uud G .uivUdnJ .itfier CL’S i ON'S do do do do with devated ovea. inmle lo iiid-r Yankee Pafteru do 1 SM O K K -H O l’SK D in R e d in e s s to receive H a i n b u r g b r i from B a d e n , ] from L u b e c , 2 fro B r e m e n ,a n d 1 from H 'e inault. M r. R o b e r t O i ! o f th e S c o tc h m e n , and w a s the ,rd, I fan c y , for w h o m fam,e had i: a n y g r e a t ou tla y o f trum p e ting.^ 3 i x clergym e n (!!) served as our p r o tection a g a in s t llie icebergs. I d o u b t w h e ih e r th e A tla n tic had, ever before, su c h a b r o a d - w a k e o f d iv in r P r o b a b ly th e tru e faith_w w a s ii keepings.,-! A' S[£) » t£TL(.S>. A T T H E S I G N O F T i m ^ i N V l L . X No 147 Owpgo street, 'corner of ( ’^ iie a . ' . l 7 w & Co’.w ill . AsEortai.Lt *jf P. !. Al.’*o r» pUu* S»(»vfs J l-cv have .1 all S lives of the l.atPst pat f'lumhcs. vchool bquvc,^, tj hand S tov . I'lJ far S ’ .™ ^ , ______ ^ ^ P. VViUmm & Co', •.'hnnv. D E N T I S T R Y — P R O F E S S IO N A L NO- the public is resiecllully solicited. T IC E .. i 1 M y (^ear Morris — A ll I have seen o f E n g la n d for ttie la s t tw e lve days, has-been the f o u r w a lls o f a bud-room , and , all I s a w .o f the w o rld f o r the tw e lv e d a y s previous, in th e interior o f a p a c k ­ et’s sta le room , I m a y fairly claim , H k (|the ra z o t g r in d e r , to iiave “ n o sto r y to tell.” .Y o u shall h a v e how e v e r, w h a t cohweb^ I picket from the co rners. I f ihe “ P n t a n n i a ” h a d b u r n t on th ; passage, an d a phoanix had arisen from its ashc 3,tb e phro- n ix w o u ld h a v e been a w e ll c om pound! d c o sm o p . olite, for— did {-ou e v e r see such a y a r ety o f n a - lio u s in one sh ip ’s c o m p a n y as t h ^ ? F r o m E n g la n d , 1 6 ; Sco tland , 6 f 1reland, in g seem s an d w h e reve^ y o u find in as p e rfec t p r d e r a s tl see t h a t a lljh e a v y ve im p e lled toi h a v e very 1roajd .tfaer-iinproye th e roafd es, th o u g h o f c a r t a n d ,------- ----------- Ily. N o th . th e M c A d a m p a v e m e n t / i t in L o n d o n , y o u find- it a s tn e floor o f a h o w lin g alley , lickles, (b y ;; th e w a y ) are b w h e e ls , a n d th e y ratfaer-iinproy e th e r o a d th a n spoili it. . A law to th e s a m e effect shouldj be passed in N e w Y o r k , i f i t ev e r hasi a p a v e m e n t w o rth pi;oservihg. O b serving, L a d y B Ifssiu g to n ’s i^ u ltle s s equip- ^lage stan d in g , a t th e door o f th e C o s m o ram a , ' w e n t m a n d jsaw h e r lad y s h ip for a m o m e n t.- S h e sa id sfaeiwas suffering from a r e c e n t illriesi b u t I tlioifgljt h b r lo o k ing far belt 1 w a s la s t jn| E n g la n d . H e r tw o I ces w e re wiljh her, an d L o r d - ----- : a n d th e cele­ b r a te d V i d ^ q (for th is v^as w h a t th e y h a d com e to see,) w a s jshow ing th e m th e disguises h e h a d . - . w o rn in h is w o h d b rful detection s o f crim inals, 2 w e re from H a n o v e r ,2 froil^. th e w eapons! he hqd ta k e n from th e m , ^ n d all B a d e n , 1 from L u b e c , 2 fro m th e cu rio s ities o f h is carebr— h itn s q jf th e g r e a test. 3 ; D e n m a r k , 1 ; P o lan d , 1 ; G e r m a n y , $. O f the German.®, 2 w e re fro m H a n :b x i m o r a o irs. H e is a fa t m a n , -^ery lik e th e lin e o f L o u is P h illipjje’s figure, aiid h is head , e- ed in .the i d o u b t w h e i h e r - t h e A tla n tic h a d , ev e r bifor e , g o e s u T ^ o t m a S f t h i ^ o p ! s u c h a b r o a d - w a k e o f d iv in ity d r a w n across it. p e a r , w ith w h ich th e R i n g o f th e F r e n c h is c o m . P r o b a b ly th e tr u e faith a s in som e one o f th e ir m o n ly c a r ica tu r e d . V idocq’s bow to m e w h e n I k e e p in g v ! - „ , , cam e in, wafe th e m I w ish to ask a perso n a l favor o f a ll th e friend s fu i su a v ity, b u t I c of th e M irro r w h o are m th e offices o f th e A m e r . rep u g n a n c e to him , nevertheless^ lean* C u s to m H o u s e s , viz : th a t th e y w o u ld re . j m a d e a couple o f c a lls :ar. W ith W hich th e K in g o f th e F r e n c h o n ly c a r ic a tu r e d . V idocq ’s bow to m e .m e in , wafe th e m o d e l o f e leg a n t an d respect- 1 s u a v ity , b u t I c o u ld n o t repress a feeling o f re p u g n a n c e to him , nevertheless. an’ C u s to m H o u s e s , v iz : th a t th e y w o u ld r e . i m a d e a coup le o f c a lls before I w e n t ho m e , .iiate^upon E n g lish m e n in the m o s t vexatio u s T h e o h e if tdp ic o f con v e r s a tio n a t Loth houses m a n n e r po.®sible,lhe silly & useless im p e d im e n ts w a s th e chalrm s a n d e.xcentricities o f a n A m e ri- throvvn-in th e w a y o f passengers la n d in g a t L iy- can belle w h o h a s lately m a rried in to a noble erpool. W q .flropped _ a n c h o r w ith ' a , C u s tom fam ily. S h e seem s to hav e e n c h a n ted th e ex- S H o u s e Steam e r alo n g side, and, o u r baggage lay clusivcs by trea tin g them w ith th e m o s t u n .defe. j on d e c k tw o hours, (lim e enough to be ex a m in . ren li a l freedom . A few ev e n in g s s in c e s h e c h a n - 1 ° ed ^Wicu over) before it w a s tran s ferred to the ced to be su r ro u n d e d by a h a l f d o z e n hig h bn ng men the case would not fee them’ to have steady e m p l o y . Rent, and to .egrn a .dollar a day all the year ound, four thousand five hundred'and twenly- rn the sum Id have to ,n average at the end of that period, have two hundred dol­ lars remjajning. ‘• B u t F h a t , ” th e r e a d e r w ill e x c laim , “ a re you driv in g a t ? W h y tro u b le us w ith these old tin ie sto r ies ^ o u t t h e B r a n d o n B a n k an d the U n ite! S t a te s B a n k ? W h y rio t le t th e n a m e s o f Wra, H . S lieito n an d N ic h o las B iddle rest in p e a c e ?” M-ay th e y so r e s t. W h a t w e w ish, is to i-aise a su itab le in s c r ip tio n . A n d th a t sh a ll be the tim e h o n o r e d co u n try ch u ri ! ‘’Remember,Remember, maan. jr c h - y a rd v e r s e : I ‘’ m as reti ]faps l»j, I As YOU ate now, so o’nee 2vasi ; j A s i am now, so .you must |>e, j Prepare for death and follow me/* L e t elvery B a n k P r e s id e n t and every B a n k C a s h ier in th e c o u n tiy duly ponder these lines. A s are now th e b e s t bank.s in th e c o u n try , so Was onci; tb e B a n k o f th e U n ited S t a te s . A s are now thei m o s t successful o f 'fiiianciens, so w a s opee N ich o las B iddle. W h a t siays a y s “ TT hh ee Ai m e ri. ckn A lm a n a c for “ A 1 ,” in its obit g r e a a ll t h a t II s p o n d ^ n t, a n d con n d u c ted t3e e B r a n d o n B a n k 0 1 th e sam e princip te th a t M r . B iddle conducted cjin A lm a n a c f o r t h e y e a r 1P45,” in its ob itu a r y n p iiee o f th is g r e a t m o n ? “ T h a t he w a s unfor- :nate ik’ a il t h a t c a n n o w b l pronounced w ith mfiderice.” M r . S h e lto n wafe h is ally an d Cor- id c o d u c te d th B r a n d o n B a n k 4 w h ich may be in- H o u s e . B u t n o t t o b e e . x a m m e d t h c r e ! O h , no! im o tw o sides, she tied th e iegS o f th e y o u n g I t m u s t be p u t in to carte, and carried a mile and jmen to g e th e r an d se t th e m to a g a m e o f fisticuffs ■ to another custom Aouse.apd th e re i t w o u ld — e n d ing in a very fair r e p r e s e n ta tio n o f an ac- ivert d to u s , i f w e w e re th e re to see it ex- tio n betw e e n belligerent ro o s te r ^ ! O n e o f h e r am in e d 1 W e lan d e d a t ton o’clock in th e m o r n , expressions w a s n a r r a t e d w ith g r e a t glee. S h e •n -Iv i.a v e .oa iitm ,..o„ i,a m i? !t„ ie F u i4M .r.; M, loa, Jail. 1 1545 ' 31 ffig, aiM W ith m y utH o s t c x e r tio n s ,! did Hot g c t c h a n c e d to have occasion to sneeze w h e n s it lin g Sime I’i;i<-, Tin Ware, aii'l a g‘-i'*ral as.iirtmerit of Hard- - - - - ------------ -------------- ---- m y b a g g a g e till three. T b e cost tq m e , o f por- j^t d in n e r betw e e n tw o venerab le n o b lem e n .— i^are Cuod.i, Renienibtr ON TH E CDRNKR. D ' j C O P A R T N E R S H I P . te r a g e , fees, etc., w ai th r e e dollars a n d a h a lf, “ L a 1” she exclaim e d , I hope I did’n t s p lash ei- L. & L. L. T R E M 4 N ._,| \v . SAGKrSi C . R. W IL L I AVIS have a ssbei besides th e th e ft o f tvfo or th r e e articles belong, t h e r o f y o u ! ” I have m e n tio n e d o n ly th e dro l. B , C L A - B X C * ■ i - C x » a t ^ d wj U i Uiom H orace M a c k , nod wiM in g to xny child. 1 w a s too ill |to Jaug h , an d I lories o f w h a t 1 h e a r d . S e v e r a l in s t a n c e s o f h e r O i;- ■ -- 1 -*■ * u i l l I ' u h !'• U \V n R R r * 1 \T ' ® Linnhcr. P iu lu c e uii.i foiwurdinf! th e refore passed th e I n a tt c r ovjsr to m y r e s e n t- read in e s s a o d w it w e re g iven, a n d a s those w h o A ^llK E V ^ .i^■ l,l D -sciii.iiiir.-.i tb - i..’vv“.M| aii.-s ••\/'■■e’-\'''' ibe olrit-.nid ( ’ ,id y ...•cupic-d by T . S. m e n ts. 1 t r u s t m y p a r ti c u la r share w ill be r e - m e n tio n e d th e m w e r e o f th e class s h e is sh in i n g \ t v - - --------------------- p - . T I C E . NOT Subscriber h.as the jlcasi ‘mis ami the liiuabiuiits ul ti Ii' T- i, \ - r 'l ct',. 1S15. jiv. nepationage ti 1 D m irig the four or five h o u r s t h a t I w a s p l a y - 1 h o w she ip looked u p o n — a s tb e m o s t celebr: li. W . s a g e , h ig th e liangcr-on to a v u lg a r an d saucy custom belle a n d n o b ility o f h ig h life f o r t.iC p r e s e n t C. P. W ILLIA M S , house officer a t L iv e rpo o l, one or tw o c o n tr a s ts sou. H O R A C E M .\C K . c r e p t in a t m y du ll e y e s— im p a r ts betw e e n w h a t I ■ .. .......... . — ■ , j c r e p t in a t m y d u ll e y e s— im p a r ts hi jliad left & w h a t w ag b e fore m e . T h e m o s t s tr ik - ; in g w a s ,t h e utter want o f hope in th e co u n ten a n - . CCS o f th e w o rk in g classes— ^tbe loo k o f d o g g e d From the United States Journal. he partners a mannef so satisfactory to their pati for the oiiizeii.., of Ithara, < )' patients as to , < Iwpgo.' and wiio are gtiicr- imly t'.T a few. require) to those inneratin? [U ally without rd-i-on-ibiliiy, snd u:,o r, imn: wpeks in any onr* ;»I ire, and dep Tt ulu> ;t fietarnw;?: or to i.u * /leortU pt w hocoG^fe^afe at the ohico*; ot’nv,jjrTtor\ dnnti'ts and run,mtncepracUcu oi­ ler a few wrekit iiKtr ctioo. Carious tm h will be Cold or Tin foil v/ithout a re^ort to tfii dc trin tive •^t.ucr.erv of cua^dowiig mercury in ar.y of iti Mineral teeth nf''.e t’.Uf s’ ^eh*. and (jf “.rp heat quali­ ties. v.-Ji II'* r’l-'l un t-io ntu^t HI.; r<jvuu , r.ucipit’=t the ,rt w. ♦ u r* '.’i.ri’if. v ''n»' .teernmoda^nl nc to tl '• o irt.i-iihr rirrum'tHft.-t-, nt ui pa . m u-tl! hr ul . !•* u** » ■* y u*. luo.-il.i. to all. H.taii e-- n,. ,oni*' Mi-j.-p. a» lo ir of the d tv or ev f'lcni. aJ. i>r. Hrou ■ \ r* .-Hh n/’e Xorih Ua-i corner ofTio^a mill Mu! streets, near t Me'' iHl.sf. r.mrrl,—or at the r* Hitieere ol the SuLicrijer Ou .'•enuca. ^t.. r.sr irr of Acad- j I l ^ M a v t e r h . , ^ ^ ____ ___ Chairs tV ( ’nbioet Furniture. lot c-ily 'n >' p bieality 1 iiij ' iij., 1.- ; and the rTAH E P''li-pr.'-«'r rontr-.n X C h a ir tjr Cafj:ne 'AHE Irii'Kpi ibers would infnim ; s e n s u a l, e .x p re ssin g n o c a p a b ility o f a w a n t a - j bove food. T h e i r dress is w ith o u t tho u g h t o f . ■ m o re th a n w a r m th a n d c o v e r in g , d r a b ■i,th d ir t. T h e i r voices a re a h a lf note i ru n t. In d e e d , co m p a r in g th e ir condith N o . U Owdgo street, and 3 g A u r o r c - s Z r e e i . ' T h e 'i^ J o ice s '^ a 'ir a ^ ^ ^ ‘B u t w h e re’s the ugfi-ofcyour a c ts o f C o n g r e s s to ive a ' e s tab lish M in ts an d B i ^ c h m in t s , if y o u , by iniiiiin g r u n t . I n d e e d , c o m p a r in g th e ir co n d itio n w ith ■ hank s , drive th e h a rd m o n e y o u t o f th e II,at l i T ^ n l D - S i o S ihDr^MAK: ' “ S ^ i f a ^ d S l a ^ r ’’ I s '^ T cui J L I In e j“u T i n \ ’ KI-.Trial III - .iti.ive k .and-, oirl will th«T v e ry stro n g ^ c o n tr a s t I h e n f is, from e.Xperieiice, I should sa y t h a t th e b a n k dol- between this picture, and that of the arnbiUous the only dollar with which we A m jrici- ai '*!• JitiMve Btand~=,'ii»ri will alw avs be fiiund on band in furnish call wiili e very hind of M E .\(r in ils B e e f fr e s h and corned. Pork. M utton, Lamb, Veal, 4’C. Sausage, Hams, &c. . Tlipir \fe.ii-* w.il nl w ivs l).'. I pp.li .Hid n il diti 'ii, iiid'“p Iinpc basil,! ss, 10 inei ii a tlip best enn- i,,rtii liny fnarr'l legiilariiy in slia r e o f iu lir-nnir'-nnop, P . & f . S T E P H E N S . H 1 fDot f J . ? I . ilE G U l M - i , T t f O U L D infirm bis Friends W aii l till- Piitilic, that he has ,G'|\ iiii ncrd ibu Saddle, Harness^ (fc Ti'nnk Making, At 87 Owego-st., W li.rP nniv t.pfntinri ns .jimclan A -M iinm .;i.q 11 \R N K S S AND ■ween tl nd lively w o rk in g m o n o f o u r cou n try . A n o tlic r c o n tr a s t .strikes, probably all A m e r i. an s on first la n d in g — t h a t o f f e m a le dress. T h e e n tire absence o f th e o r n a m e n ta l— o f a n y th in g indeed, e x c e p t d e c e n t co v e r ing— in all classes below th e w e a lth y , is p a r ti c u la r l y E n g lish , a n d - p a r ti c u la r l y u n .A m e r ic a n . 1 do no t believe you w o u ld f n ic F te n li m a le servanl.s in N e w Y’ork w itliiiut (pardon m y n-arning it) a “ b u s tle.” Y e t I saw a r m a n y as tw o h u n d r e d w o m e n >n th e stre e ts o f L iverpool, an d n o t one w ith a bustle ! I saw som e ladies g e t o u t o f C a rriages w h o w o re th e m , so t h a t it is n o t because i t is n o t the fash , ion, b u t sim p ly b e c a u se t b a r k s form b u t one line) C'liteni-r. wli-re mav lie In m l m, liajul or made Jo Drdi r, every artiele in the kn e o f CAHI.NKT VVilRK, made of Lah-Iiet W TRU N K S , ns ut any mhpr shop 1 -I n-i Ilf C. r. 'ni'”* Vill-WP. iiii-l \sG fifap- Flpa-i- call and px.imine lie tnm l un liajni 111.1 . p pui r'l.a-in-z f ls'-wlii rp. Uiii'D ol Pr-Hiii^ f»rv orti/'loir.*!.... 'T'». ... .... Ifra.ttln r»»‘’n . it *’ I _ T» P A IRI !\ O in\'/ f’ls**tiVli'Tf*. kind-! ot Prf>HuFP T.ik-n. *ri ! w’.'I nut l»' ruinsui. RK P M R IN G of CAHI.NKT VVi;RK, madR of TRIMM1 N O '.m -on s li v t noii.p. llliiii-• S-|.t. Dt. [UP I ip 4 .M itiTi.ll and put tog tt.cr b y ------ - ' . 7, ----- €H|ipntored workniPii. .U o, a genet-^ L E . Y T H E R j I > E A T H E R « a l w a y s .mud, p -p wisliiiig to |iurp|,a»e ItbiP.a, July, lP4-% ^ . _______ ' ■' v S U . K S . A-' First rate asrortmeot of niTi I’l-vin and Figliml ('amelp -fX- on S ilks . .Abo l. gOt, I'lg .red and i’Uul giriped Bl'k and Blue Black Sds, jum rtcened and f..r s.ili low u July, 1845. _ _ aM lPH & RU-E’S New Tu.scan Bonnets and Ilibhons. TU S T received a Urge a-sor'ment of Tuscan BD.N.NEI’S, t) an 1 Fashionable RIBBU.NS, a- t p .New Ta.-h Soire. » Stay 2-3,184.5. ' ______ FUN'CH n X v Y B O O K b i . Oy and’t'hffdian ?.Iinister ronipanion. in ' Banka Hwory of the Popes. Home on the P^all■la. ; it Stable Econo.uv ; a treaii-c on t'.e managf inei t ot Horses in relation to ^tabiIng; grooming, feeduig, wateru-g and work­ ing; by John Stewart. Rural Economy, by Bonasingau.lt. HatficI fs House Carneiiter. New American Oarnner. Downing’s Ladies’ Companion to the Flower Uarden Every Lady her otyn Flowef Hardner. , '- American Fiovver (iarden Companion. Do. Fruit do. Snodgrass on the Apostolic Succes-non. ■TrimmePs ’ practical, Mim ralogy and Geology. Kane’s Chemistry, edited by Drapir. Charlotte Elisabeth’s V\ orks, vols. .Mrs. Elbs do. 2 do' Lifeand speeches o f ilcnry Clay, 'J vols with plates. Cowens Treatise, 2 vols. new ed. W ait’s Narative. Pictorial History of the United % tes. Uo.jlo. ot Fr Silver Smithing & Carriage Plating O M U N 'M K R ;it \u< O M S n r i d . luis nn ‘’xifM irii ’t '1 VVni l{m;in,an j wiU lurniFli i»/£< IVr>/v/v t l iij Iny lu l i*’ i u i ii* S- h I•*. QaTTiags I^lu* Ks Out ii[i .i> Hi an V * llicr |iiaee. Watches Repaired and warranted.” Aci ordwa!, R'.paLTLd in k'tn ti Rate Order. Hub Bail Is ki ll'.III liind fioin S 1,50 to §2.00 p.-rset. M l,'N UER .oppiifiie A!uiius,W oiiiirutl & G .’s Iiliaca, June 111,1815. | Bookstore. N K W h a t si ,| c a p ~ s t o r e . D . H E N N I N G , (luieol tliefirnn HiOliard & H enning.) would inloriii hi.- liiende and ihe luiblic gene- lallv.'bill he lias opened a New and Fashionable Hat df Cap Store, n the Bonding lately occnpieil l>y A .C . Kiiig.sloiry ,s a Tailoi Simp, mill opposilc the Bi«oksloie il .Vndru.s, VA„odi uff & 'Jaunticll, where lie will at all rniip- Ifei’ji .in li.iod ni .r.,.,d j „ assoiimeiit oflH ATS. G A P S , and all oilier ntticU s in hi.s line, as can be found at any oilier Sioi P tn the place, and he invites a)l to call nnit t'Y.’itmnt* his h.>Lar.x riticntfrliovo na . do. of Franco. Barker, the old Valpcau.s Operative Surgery, 2 vols. dne:^s o f Tasso m ts^o f w iu ir G Y y t or consumption; whether it be riimimatism - oi whether it betvpns. or fever and ague, 8r bdious fe- p S S I H H a S S B l for your restoration to beailtb, and what? is moro'-will ------ o- ^ ^ D g /t o B^d™tk’s PiIla, thkethem to to to piodui-e a Hal8ted’*f LdrXRichmdTbird. Woodfalls J ^ l ;^'ffect,andyour8icknesswillbethe affair of a day or Tl.eir’,, History of the French Revolution, rietii. ? follotv this comipoa Brougham’s sketches of Statesmen, 3 vols. , , BR’ANDiiESTH FILLS, . 1 , Tvoland A.tltoD, 2 vuL. AUisann Aistory of Europe. mortal ma^ can give yojj. _ . I of Texas soil &. dim itc, VViUard’s United State (-hdd*9Drawing Book of objects * ..... Ar. —Uountry Strolls. Lincolns Botany, new ed. Lite of .Napoleon, 2 Vols, 300 Engravings. TueirV History of the'Freach UevohitK Bfougham*8 sketches of S\ lls whether these things bfe sb DunglLon^'H imarPhy^olcgv, 2 vols.; do. Practice 2 do. ng their fnonds and ask -the Travels in Gr-nnany, Clima & India, by Howitt, Burnes, UC. IDEXCE is Yvantetf, it ^ a ll Harris* Hifililaads o f Etiicopia- Andrews t^alluat. ^^M sba^''^?’iJ?’* Timothy’ fiTirr, Glimp-es o( the”vVoLdc[ful! lii.s Slock h.d.iie purchasing elsewhere, 0 he will sell verv low lor C.i-h, and will notbe undeisol ictured from tbe bei G .D . H . 46 y lor C.i-h, a by mv Ollier Simp in the villa.e. Hi.= S tock i.s new, .ni l riianiifai raam rialsbv firsi ram w nrkm en. Itlmcai M 3 V’_ 3 Q. 1845 - ~ ” C O Y ’ S Iron Foniulvy and Machine Shop, A T theU ’LD S i A N D in the Alb v near ilm Post OfiiCP,n.id direcily utomsim the County C lerk’s Office. A lull ass.-irtiimiir|iff C A S T IN G S are kept constantly for Sale D e L a n o ’scelebrated Ploughs which took tlieP rem i- urn at the Stale P a ir held a t Syracuse ; t J e n ’s, a llsi­ zes; C.py’s Improved; Livingston c o u n ty ; Onondaga ’ ' ’c O R N P I .O I K 3 H S o f d iireren l k ia.ls. E B G E S o f d if f e u m k iiid s . Prem ium b o o k in g . Pulton’s H o t Air C o o k ing,& c. Parlor. &c. Road Scrapers. Potash Kettles, Sand 3 Pail Kellies, Bark M tlls.Sash W e ig h ts, W agon &pipQ Boxes, Mill Castings, &c &c. T h e ab iVe'ir-icles and all o thers that ra.ay be desired will be Sold on the most liiieralieim s as usual. All or­ ders for Machinery xeeuted. osf liiieralieiin s as m and Castings w ill be prom p tly ^ O l d Iron iiienf'lor C a s u n g s . a c » .N Y. March 26. 1844- e’f ? i t S l ’o l \ C L O V E R S E E D . .at GAM P & W IN T O N S . L A D IE S ’ FL O R E N C E B R AID HATS, -1 CA S E FL O R E N C E X received and for salelow b Ithaca, Scpt.30' 1843. E BRAID B O N N E T S , Jus oy SM IT H & R I C E . e th e pride ( o f those w h o se If) does n o t outw e ig h th e have ;n u c h to do, is v e ry m tjeh like L o rd S t a n ­ hope’s pound sterlin g , t h a t is to sa y , an a b s tr a c t v a lue by w h ich tbe com p u ted v a lue o f a n y object o f c o n s u n :^tiou is m e a s u r e d !” T h is IS la u n c h in g us in to th e Ireglon o f m e ta ­ physics. I t is e n d e a v o rin g to detsym iue th e pre­ cise difference b e tw e e n tbd m in t d o llar a n d th e b a n k dollar. W e w ill have n o th in g to do w ith such nonsense. W e leave all su c h q u iddities an d qundditics to O n s t i s A . B row n son an-d Pro- ;or Bl fesso r B ro n son. A tid “ w h a t is a do llar,” in a p lain , com m o n sensi siness like tp a n n e r . W h a t is a d o lla r ? A s k .the poor widow idow , she ' t h a t w rote tiiat to u c h in g m th p s e lh a t a r e now e x t a n t . T h e y all r e s t th e dam e frinciples. T b e on ly difference -is it o f deg rees oi m o r e an d m o st. T h e y a l l ere- n ore w b rth y o f o u r a rr e n t o f th e co n d itio n Y o r k (150 in nu m b e r) 1844. H i Loans and d Real estate- Bonds and n Stocks and f Bank fund,. Total investmestts, yielding, or supposed yield income. Add specie, B t o k s it ir) on th e f ir s t o f N o v e m b e r , are a good m a n y dollars, . .................................................... .................................................... d i f \ - F r o m tills i l s e e m s t h a t tb e b a n k s J i a v e pos- session of, a n d lien s up o n , m o r e th a n on e .s ix th o f a ll th e real a n d personal e s tate in th e com m o n , w e a lth . H o w ha« this-com e a b o w t? T h e i r c a p ­ ita l f s 'o n ly S 4 3 ,6 l8 ,6 0 7 *, o f th is am o u n t, n e a r ly n in e m illion s arc in speeie,leav in g less th a n th ir - Ij.tb r e e m illion s to m a k e loan s w ith . H o w th e n have th e y m a n a g e d to m a k e in v e s tm e n ts, yield- supposed to y ield incom e in a n am o u t in e te-iw o m illions ? te r is p r e c is e ly th is . — lak e dollars— p a p e r d o llars, w h ich unity' n ity pass th e m to^ h a n d to h a n d , iuers as c oe u ld s ilv e r V m illio n s _ ______ _______ po o r w , i r T o rou 'tw e ig h 'th e w ro te t h a t to u c h in g poem , “ T h e song o f th e ' such inVestm e.-tme ents bey<ond price o f the bran . T h e y w o re th ick shoes, such i j f as scarcely a m a n w o u ld w e a r w ith u s ,n o g li ^ o f c o u rse, and th e ir w o f fem a les in w h o s e v.,av.w. ...» i , , . . , , - — ta k in g th e y e a r round, does n o t concepi average. .He large field o f speculation w ithin, and arm iniJ it, and the r e s u lt o f philosophizing on i t , w o u ld be vastly in favor o f our side o f th e w a - a dollar . , carrier. • , “ Y o u w ill ni o t do it.’’ T h e n it w ill be very :o give you a c o rrect idea of a dollar, w ill try you in a n o th e r w a y . Y o u kno.v know tha1t it is one . f the best im p r o v e d . Y o u arp w «ll uinted w ith th e in d u s t r y and frugaljity o f had iu |iis possession, a n d so did m a n y individ. uals in iiiakiiig deposits wil! sum s tl:e b a n k s have tradei W e c a n n o t e.xlend this, e s tim a te to th e b a n k s througl o u t th e U d io n , for llio p a s t or present y e a r . But w e have one prepa-ed in th e T n asury 'D e p a r tinciil lor th e y e a r 1836, w h e n all th e b a n k s ip the c o u n try w e re p a y in g 's p e c i e T h e a g g r e . ga le o f c a p ital I h i- n 'p a id in w a s .a c e o r d in g lo ihe official r e tu r n s ,$221 ,8 7 0 .2 3 2 . Iiiv e s lin c n ts s u p ­ pose to yield incom e $433,33.'),000. \E-veess o f suc h in v n ts be'y a m o u tit o f c a p ita l pa.id ;eiy a” 'm a n w*o'uld w e a r w ith 'u Y n o gloveS «upporto h e r s e lf a n d tw o f a thers j ’ T v v o 'liundred and fifty.oue m inions, f .tur hun‘- le an d th e ir w h o le ap p e a r a n c e 'w a s th a t less c h ildren. Slie know s w h a t a.dollar is. dred and n in e ty - th r e e m d lm i’s, and tw o hundred .u ..,a le s in w h o s e m inds never entere d th e | , f d ° f l a r ^ an d forty.one m illions l W i... eun form correct lught o f o r n a m e n t on w e e k days. Thi.s t r i . ; ‘^ay, b u t w h o ta k m g th e y e a r roun d , does n o t ig e .vponent o f th e condition o f w o m e n in E n g . | th a n halt t h a t su m oi id, has a larg e field o f speculatio n w ithin , an d I k n o w s w h a t a dollar is. IS experience on Those jwho bav! Sleep t h e srie e im e n s , m a y fin d a n ih l e r e s U n g ^ c o u H t . 0 ? in th e th i r d y o |u m e o t tb d G a n s a c t io f is iff' t h e S l a t e A g lric a j i u r a l S o c i- t tiy- i . T , - ' ^Keferenb & now triade th the subject, foT ‘ the purpo ^: 4 f mentibniog: ad imponaot ad-» •diiioD for Ueil. Harmon’s e% rimemal field- bonae spetimensof wheajtweielatejyifflpot\. ' i ted from by out fellowi-cliizen, Isaiafr : ^ * 1 H ; I I rn ■ ^y®“ff®Wowi.cIi 5 zen\ Isaiair I. downsem . which are pronotjhced'by ccinpei ! tdbe superior to|ny ever before seen in th ; i quarter. It is catlea tbe“Agloir- le wheat’ from the name of the farmer Who raised i t , ; t| Medina del Camrio of Old . tile, whej-fMrrTownsend makle bisacqttrin- xance whirl irayeiringinEnronea fewyear* ago. Th? specimen wehsy|e seen js that presented ip the State Agriciri.{oral Society, which mt y be found at the offee o f the .Gol-< ' livator. 'J is said ro weigh rixty eight and-\Tri half po? ads to the bushel; and'ithe^oritj/' 1 even m rie remarkable than the w 0 j^htj ^ A few lushels, sufficiefli i(ji sow a\ stnalE rid of H; ifmoa’s experiraenjiol farm, ,havo. been forwarded to “ Wheatland”—a town which do hernor to its naiae, for no wfiero in the Un o*n is belter wheat produced-—aril the readei Inay guegshowjar ihisdistinctio^ is promotiq by ifie praisewoi; hy example of Gen Harni-qn. Theresultof he experiment will be esljibiled at the State Fair o f 1846 / ’ and.mean tiitoe we advise all iwho desire the j lileasure resuiting |’rom a crop of* | dnd, to sQpply ih.imeelves from sources w tijch furatsh the bes'ij guarantees foJk first .-rate grain. ^ | ’ I Than i he improvement the .wheat- crop -k-th e grt a^t staple of Our Siaito~certainljr no | subject o:' pgricultural charofetnr can be con-' ( Sideredu qre important | and we arO-gmiifieS ' With i.he ppponunity giyen by ,Mr. Tbwn't ' send. [Albany A r g d a . ^ j To M ^ fe Frxtit Trees ‘ ^ h r ifl ^.—^in the! month cfl March wash them as high a s a man can tjeach with one quart of whale oil illons of.water ; and ater J a if in Apjil there are caterpiijars, give thern anothet dose ; ihen putlaround the roots o f the apple land pear trees tWQ or three full of charcoal dust ip dilutbd in fifteen -gal in A p j i l th e r e a r e c a t( p u t ] iqrcoal dust or anthratic, ashes; to hi, pluEQj and nectarine treeS_I have T h e bai as th e com m u pa y ie ld ’as, m u c h profit to the issue r s a s co dollars. 1 T h e y had up w a r d s o f tw e n ty o f them ! in circulaiion in N o v e m b e r la s t . - B e ­ sides th |s , th e T r e a s u r e r o f th e U n ited S t a te s le t th e m h i v e th e use o f som e m illions o f govern- *\“ ’ - y - ''“ - ‘“ \ o - \-‘“ j -w in e n t njonev. T h e T r e a s u r e r o f th e S t a te o f “ ^ If a p t m o f g u a n o a s a to p d r e s s i n g t o e a c h N e w Y b r k b id th e .same w ith such funds as he H e e , arid: ih m i i e r . i r e e s , fu lle r o f fru i t, a n d ha d in h is nosscssio n . a n d so d id m a n y individ - w i t h a d e e p e r , r i c h e r g r e e n f o lia g e , c a n n o t h e Seen m o s t, . _____ _ ________ , ...... .... ^ are purchasei at two cents per bushel. H a lf ideach ireeissufficienL aid bare; the tobacco iS Ihen placed'over them and covered withsoiL To ifri.s, . tprfe or four shovels full o f anthra­ cite ashes' rfaay be added with advantage.^.^ Toe past .spring I have tried on ail* save, peach and nectarine trees-r-which were so diseased by worms that I ordered them ciit Up—an application of wapm (not hot) coal lar from )he gas house. We first removed the earth' from the roots, picked out the,' ■worms, aiiid then with a painter’s brush cov­ ered the trunk of the iree^ eight inches up fro m th e fo o t s . A f t e r - i b i s t h e so il w a s im-v m e d ia t e ly j r e p l a c e d a r o u n d t h e tree . T b e ef­ fect was jasioDisliing. In May we applied lastly in fav o r o f o A s th is l e tte r is w ritte n on m y first day tin g up, and dirt c tly against, th e doctor’s orders, y o u w ill give m y in d iv idu a l b r a in the c r e d it o f co m in g ch e e rfu lly inito to th e harn e s s . Y o u is f a ithfully, NUMBER TWO. M y dear Mm in g m y h ltle I i saved Ol u u ’gen L ondon , July 1. H a v ing som e delay in giv her first .E n g fishjdinn L o n d o ii, la, i uvuitvcr, .o-iu lim e s, auu vve u.v. .v ... five h o u r s — a n accelleralio n o f speed w h ich is lately in tr o d u c e d upon th e E n g lish railvyays.— T h e r e are also th r e e or fo u r different k in d s of cars to ’each tra i n , an d a t different prices. I ch a n c e d to lig h t upon the first class and paid £ 5 for tw o places— m y .nu r s e a n d child cou n t one. I u n d e rstan d , sin c e , t h a t m e n an d lathes o f the m o s t respecta))] second class c a r s — (as few A m e rida am sorry to say, th o u g h th e r e w o u ld be tw .o g r p e s s till below them .) i T h i s trav e llin g a t forty odd m iles th e h o u r gives ones eyes h a rd ly tim e t o knoSy. a tree f rom a cow, bu t here and th e re I g o t a d istan t v iew in cro s s ing a valley , an d recog n ized the lovely r u ­ ral beauty of England, the first im p ression qf w h ich la.its one, like an e n c h a n ted memor.^, ;h life. N o tw ith s t a n d in g thi lild c o u n ting m a n y gentle- able r a n k , tak e •leans w o u ld, ' lid be tw di Rt a iler, do y o d w a n t to k n o w the e x a c t w o rth f a d o lla r ? T h e n , labor for one day as a hod “ Y o u w ill n difficult to giv e yo u a c o rre c t ide a o f VVe w ill tr y yo u in o f N e w Y o rk .—y o n k n o w it is one o f th e p u n c ip a l S t a te s in o u r coiifcderasy. Y o u ' la it w a s one o f the first settled,, a n d th a t acqu inte d w ith th e in d u s t r y an d frugaljity o f th e K n ickerb o c k e rs. A n d you c a n n o t p r e ten d to be ig n o r a n t o f the ch ten e s s o f th e ’la r n a l Y a n k e e s w h o have gone in an d m a rried th e d a u g h ters o f th e K n ickerb o c k r s , for y o u y o u r s e l f belong to th a t ’Carnal r a c e . W d l , bow m a n y do llars,o r h o w m a n y dollars’ w’o r th , has th is cross breed o f E n g lish an d D u tc h been qble to acc u m u late in ten g e n e r a tio n s ?— W e w ill tell you, or r a th e r th e co m p tr o ller o f the S t a t e sh a ll tell you. In bis report to the Legislature, made Janua­ ry 2 0 tli 1.S45, he sta te s t h a t th e o f th e personal a n d real estate m th e seve cou n ties o f th e co m m o n w e a lth , is ^ 5 9 9 ,8 9 1 ,2 9 3 . “ F ive h u n d r e d an d n in e ty - n in c m illio n s e ig h t hu n d r e d an d nin e ty - o n e th o u s a n d , tw o hu n d r e d and nin e ty - th ree d o llars ! A grea e.xclaim. e a g g r e g a te .value te in th e se v e ral . great sffm,” you d m y s e lf in L o n d o n . o dine on the following day. being com! pleasant dream to find As I was dressing t o _________ _ I stopped tying rny cravat to send for a physi­ cian, and hejy, if you please, we will m a k e a jump over twelve days, and come to a bright morning when I was let out for a Walk in Regent iham small, over. is ex a c tly w h a t R e g e n t - s l r e e t brm ___ ____ _ ______________________ _ w a shed. Thfc carriag e s an d horses ex a c tly th e same. The aheap shops have the same pri^rd ‘•BELLING OFF” in th e ir broad w indow s. T h e blind beggars tell th e .same s to r y , and a re |®d b y th e sam e d o g s ; b u t w h a t is s tr a n g p r th a n a ll th is sam e n e s s , is t h a t th e ladies look! the sam e T h e fashio n s h a v e pe rh a p s ch a n g e d —m th e m il- in e rs’ shop-s. B a t th e Englishingf th a t is done to F r e n c h bo n n e ts a f te r they a re bought, or th e E n g lish way. in w h i c h 't h e y a re wiorn, overpow ­ e r s th e no v e lty, add gives th e fa if o c c u p a n ts o f th e sp lendid Carriages o f X o n d o n J h e very sam e look theyh®^^ ty n o t less I a m o n g th e m .an d it w ill am o u n t to less than h u n d r e d a n d fifteen dollars a pieced T h u s ,11 the accumulations of wealth, o f N e w - Y o r k , do n o t a m o u n t , . c o u n tin g from th e first settle- o f th e c o u n tr y , for e a c h ot th e p r e s e n t in- ibitanls of the State. W e A m eric ric a n s a re so used to dolltar? A m e m u ltip les— a t le a s t on p a p e r , th a t tru e co n c e p tion o f w h a t a do llar is. W e o ll in th e ,t w e lose all m a n goes to th e M ississippi w itf demijohns of bfandy,or it may be rum, He gets u p a ban k — th e B r a p d o n b a n k — a n d creates be­ tw e e n 4 a n d 5 m illiD n s do llars in a y e a r or tw o . T h is, how e v e r, excises n o su r p rise, for ‘‘th is is a g r e a t c o u n tr y , a n d jve a r e a g r e a t p e o p le.” T h e ban k b r e a k s , a n d th e do llars ,all vanishes in to • N e i th e r 'd o e s 't h is ex d itq 's u rp r ir h r b u t to be Ijroken ? _____________ _ u s a brochure, w ith th e cap tio n , “ I n th e D istric t C o u r t, for th e c ity and co u n ty o f . P h i l a d e l p h i a ,. C h a r les K u h n , for the use o f H a r t m a n K u h n ; J r . vs. T h e P r e s id e n t, D irectors an d Com p a n y - o f the B a n k o f th e U n i­ ted S t a te s .” I n th is docum e n t, m illions on m illio n s a re trea te d o f as i f sm a ller sum s w e re u n w o rth y th e a tten t io n o f A n i e r i e a n s : an d a- m o n g th e in terro g a to r ies p u t by M r . K u h n to N ic h o las B iddle Co. w a s the f o llow ing r , nothing. -Neither does this e x ditq'surprise What are banks made for but to be l|roken ? V/e have now before ’ ’ ili'ons o f llie.se ci;orn i” U.-; a m o u n ts ? H o w I long w o u ld It ta k e a m a n t'l c o u n t i-vcn th e sm a llest o f tlie-<e su m s ? li’iii silver, hovv m u c h w o u ld it w e igh in g dd. Iiov,’ f a r w o u ld it extend ? And ill'the poor iiian’.s a n d pour ail’s d e finition o f a d o llar is c o rrect, liovv n iany d a y s labor did it taiio to pay th e b a n k s th e iiilc r .' est due on th is iiiveslm i n l ? tefpi.T, richer green foliage, canaot he f mean to ireai all my peaches in this way, asjibe chesTpesi and best manner of prd- leciing jhiein. Two peach tress, I save up last fall as past all hope of saving, On these I tried an experiment of putting to eacb fif­ teen gallqns of’urine, neutralized with*a pe'clc ofp!asi|*rnf Paris. The ireesare noW liv- ■ ii'g, and t,he ieayes are green; but whether ihey wijll thrivelwel! remains to be seen, I ihirik, lijowever, fhe dose will effect a curej and if S0, it is worih knowing. You shall .have iii|e re-uli herealter, il. L. C olt . Paterson,i'l. J., June, 1845 . ITT’ |n preparing whale oil soap suds for icii.iii qf inseci.s on vegetahies, the half pint of‘Son] How they get S 1 o f all sorts subscribers for new s p a p e r s , b u t a friend of folim v ing aiU 'cJ Jo ote, te, a s a m a ile r ivel w a y o f m e re Subscribers out West — W e have licard o f a ll sorts o f c o n triv a n c e s for olH a n n n g p r o p o r i h 'n re c e if |n ie n d e d JS hal to h a l f pail o f w . | # r . I f m a d e stro n g e r , v e g - e i a i i o n a s u ’e ll a s the insects, m a y he d e - , stro y e d ! b y ih e a c r id iiy o f th e soap. M iciiiniA N — / / e r Timber and Stave Trade. ■Marnl iuolv upo n M ic h ig a n a s a g r a in grovv-i in g .sia i b e x c lu s iv e ly , b u t if th e e x p o r ts ja r e c,irefu :l|! p x a n iin - d it w ill be fou n d th a t bhe' gives u.s the folim v in g a n e e a s a m a tte r of .fact, w h ich w e co n s id e r a nov e l w a y o f m e re a s -j jing a su b s c rip tion list, a t ail ev e n ts I A new o a ily pap e r wa.s started , som e y e a r s ago, in a city n o t a lliousam l m iles from D — — t. T h e proprietors found it ‘h a rd sledding’ a t fi.’st, a n d w a re obliged to resort to th e custom in tliose ‘d ig g k ts’— o f e n iployiiig an ag e n t to prow l abut a m o n g th e H o o siers and W o lverines, to collci n a m e s , an d o b tain the tin. T h e a g e n t w: k n o w n as the -‘stout, bullym g cuss” ol t h e ----- ■— a n d his ch ief recom inendaliqiis wei h a s a lr e a d y r i v e n e v id e n c e o f h e r a b i l i t y to ran k wijili C a n a d a in th e sta v e a n d lu m b e r j trad e . jW e b e liev e th e v a lu e o f hey sh ip - , m e n is lljis se a s o n ' w o r t h ^ 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 . In 1 8 4 4 a t i e n t i o ^ .w a s d ire c ilv tu r n e d to w a r d s h e f . e x p o r i s ,: w h e n i t ^ ’ris f c u n d th a t th r e e p o r t s aiu iie — p e i r o i t , M ^ u n t C l e m e n s a n d M o n r o e ■a I m i . G a z e tte- ----- — first r a le qualifications for d rin k in g , b e tter for fig h tin g . Jo h n entered a bar-room one d a y , w h e re he m e t a braw n y lookitig feilmv deino h s h in g a “ b randy sm a s h e r,” vvliom he uiiiiicdiately joined a t th e bar- “ I ’ll tak e m ine hot,'’ .say- ^ T h e liquor w a s swaj.ovved, and th e stran g e r paid Ihd bill. . “ S u b s c ribe to th<‘ ------- G a z e tte, sir . “ A'o,” baw led tie: o tlu r - ......................... .... ’in, “ w h y n o t ?” ingii to say th a t ag a in . “No,” inquired John, ‘‘O h , d ------- n your “ W ill you be kind friend ?” coolly replied Ju u ii. “ S a y it ? y e s ; d ------ -n y o u r G a zette. “Will you subscribe for the G a z e tte . “Me 1 N o t by a dam n sight. I t ts tbe m e a n - e s t p r in t in to w n .” “ It’s w h a t ? ” J -L .1 “ Y e s ” __ continued the stran g e r , a n d th e n e x t m in u te h e was sp r a w lin g on the shop.floor, Jo h n com ing dow n on top. Jo h n gave hn ‘ffeefor,” an d th e n asked him if h e scribe for th e ------- G a z e tte ! W h a c k , w h a c k cam e th e blow s, th ic k e r an faster. J o h n in s istin g t h a t th e poor devil shou! . 7 ] .3,0S2,(J04^iavesand headin,g v a l u e d ..I .;;oJ,0|C0, a n d tfift K a l a m a z o o a n d S t . C l a i r r i v e r exiporled l,2 G 0 ,ff0 ie e t o f c h o ice iam-> ber, besiidles square timber, shhigles, &c.j e- q u i v a l e . |i t o S i l 00 , 000 . r. T he I^qvEN in C attle — Simple and- Effece tual Remedy .—'1 he Dublin Farmer’s Gazette? sav&: ‘Try the'remedy of an egg shell full of tar, rather than'aitempi the barbarous practice'of sticking. IF two men hold the animal’s head strigfif, a third its tongue le, he.can easily put down its ;• shell full of iar,and in ten min- ‘ uiesfrehbf will usually take place, but a sec­ ond dosfe has never failed with my cattle^ which qre always kept at a brisk walking pace through the yard until relieved.” him anothei ter, J o h n in s istin g t h a t th e po o r dev il sho u ld ibsoribe” as a condition o f g e ttin g u p ag a in __ /e. T h e sufferer f inally’g a v e in . “ L e t m e up, I say .” “ W ill yon subscribe 7” “ Y e s .”\ “ A n d 'p a y in a d v a n c e ? ” ‘‘Y e s.” Jo h n le t h im u p — to o k h is five dollars, w rote a r e c e ip t an d coolly w a lk e d p u t o f th e sho p ,w ith “I guess friend, you'll like ihe ------- Gazette.\ “Sam, do you k n o w any so n g s ?” “Yes, I low tw o .” “ W h a t a r e th e y , S a m ?’ “ O n e ’s O ld H u n d r e d , a n d to th e r aini W a ter fo r (^aZnes.—Accident recently', taught rp6 what, till th e n , I did not know, viz: that jCalves while fed on milk need free access t<^ water. I had supposed the milk ititijitiD g their entire food) was enough outj water. B u t in changing my calves one p-dsture to another, they passed a iredl-trough a n d drank h e a r tily . a c t e d without! water. But in c ■waterect-trough - ----------- ------- - on the |iim, and have since riippiifd them, and findjthey need water as often as older cat- lle.^Nojday passes wiiho^in theft using mor^ O R I G I N A L STA I NED -IJ A Rtbh Totvn.— T h c vilJfige of New Sed- ford Mass, contains 12,000 inhabitants, and its vaiktion is ri2,0'-/0,000, being $1000 to each rian, woman and child. Some 220 ves^ s e l s are,owned there, mostly employed-k whalefip^ery. ________ ' A map in Louisville on Saturday last call­ ed on ariadyfor his rent, when she whipped him unmercifully, it is said. Perhaps hs called at the wrong time I - r i ' ■ K f ! I : I .!■ i ■ VI r i ' - ■ ■ \ li ■ ■ ]'■ i ■

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