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A T O p C O U R I E R , PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY *\ TW O DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE Office o ^ / R . ' O r t t i n ’s Bookstore. r a J j b s o f a d v e r t i s i n g . One square one week,. ' - - H $ 0 0 50 1 00 .8 00 15 00 30 00 5 00 Half column ! year, ~ ' *•< Wholq cojumn 1 . year, r- . - - Professional Cards notexceedinglO lines, ’f LegafadvcEfisements atlhcrates allowed by law. TV'fl ORTGAGE SALE.—M ortgagors, Mathu&a- J j l L lem Hasbrouck and Ma'ry his-wffe; Mortga­ gee/ Sarnvtel Hasbrouck; Mortgage, dated F ebrua­ ry 15. 18i0—recorded in.Broome county clerks of­ fice in B o o k o f Mortgage No. 9, page 93 &c; A- mount claimed to b e .due at the-first publication of this notice, t$2,701,94; Description of Mortgaged premises, as colitained in saidmortgage. “All that certain piece or parcel o f land lying and being in the county of Broome in the state aforesaid, on the cast side Of the Cheriatrgo'river,and being4he prem­ ises Row owned and occupied by the said party of the first part, ^the said Mortgagor.?,) Beginning at a stake standing on tbe bank of thejChenango :iv- er/hehce north 89 degrees 15 minutes east 24 chains 50 links: to a stake standing on the west side o f the load that leads from Binghamton up the river, ijhence south 8 degrees 45 minutes west 2 chains 19 links tp a stake standing by the said road, thence south 89 degrees 15 minutes west to a stake standing on the bank of said river, thence up said river to theplafce o f beginning. Also one otherpiece or farcel ofland lying on tlie east side of the aforesaid road, beginning a ta stake, thence north -12 degrees cast chains'and 78 links, thence north 89 degrees 15 minutes east 5 chains and 90 links to a swamp, lltenee to the:place of beginning, containing in the UrTi rtl f*.<s'p xrgrL aA»J?£5^ ... A lo o f h rvf- t-K-ox* p rcrcer OT p a rz>aL Kif land, bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake- standing at the northeast bounds of those lots fnrm- 'ctly belonging' to Abraham Du Bois Jun! deceased On the west side of the road that leads from Bing- hamtoiPbp the said river, thence running south 89 degrees 15 minutes weri 24 chains 75 links, to the ^hehango river, thence up along said river as it Winds- and turns twenty three chains and fifteen links to a-stake and stones standing two rods from ihe centre of the highway, thence along the high­ way south 8 degrees and 30 minutes west 8 chains arid 9 0 Iinks to the place of beginning, containing fifteen acres and a half, be the same more or less. Also.all that certain lot piece or parcel ofland known * distinguished by being the southerly part o'f lot no.5 as laid down on a map by Charles Clin- toti in th e t o w n o f C h e n a n g o ancl c o u n ty o f B room e , tdw it: Beginning at the north west corner o f no. 4, thence easterly along said line no. 4. 42 chains and 50 links to the north east corner of no. 4, thence along the east line of no. 5 northerly 25 chains and 50 links, thence w e sterly to abrook, join- inglands of Samuel Bevier, thence southerly' and westerly following the com>e ofthe brook to the easterly line ofsa d lot, thence along the westerly lffie o fsaid lotto the place ofb.-giaruDg, containing N inety a c res of L a n d ; E x c e p ting h nvever one h a lf acre heretofore sold to- B yron and Stephen Bunne1.], and excepting also one quarter o f a n acre of Land heretofore soldto. A sahel'Fairchild.” Said mort­ g a g e w ill be foreclosed by a sale > o f the said mort­ gaged premises, a t pubHc auetion atth e Plienix Hotel in Binghamton, on the Kith day of May next, at 10 o’cIock'A. M. Dated February 20th i8-15. D. S ,& J. R. DICKINSON, Atl’ys 48 tds for Mortgagee. M O R T G A G E SALE.—Mortgagor Josiah W est Moitga’gee Ammi Doubleday, Mor gage da­ ted the 8 th. dav of April A. D. 1835 -r-Eecorded in BoOme county Clerks office April 13,1835 at 9 A. M- in Book oi' mortgages No 6 , pages 433and 434 A m o u n tclaim e d to .be due at the first publication of this notice twenty-eight dollars, amount to be­ com e due one hundred dollars with -interest from the eighth day o f April 1844. Description of mort­ gaged p rem ises,/'A ll that parcel ofland this day con veyed to said W e st by Dimick and Sandford at request o fsaid Doubleday and for the purchase mo­ ney of which this mortgage is executed—described as follows, b egfnningat the northeast corner o f lot No. one hundred and sixteen (116) in the Grand di­ vision o f theBoston purchase, tlience running soirh fd degrees 40 seconds, west along a line of marks twenty-nine chains and twenty-nine links to a stake : nod stones s i x ! inks west o fa hemlock tree; thence south fifteen minutes east seven chains and fifty two links to a stake and stones near a white maple tree; thence north 89 d egrees45 minutes east,twenty-nine chains and twenty-nine links to a small sugar-ma- pie marked; thence north fifteen seconds weston the east line of the lot, seven chains, and fifty two links to the place of beginning containing twenty- two acres more or less.” Said mortgage is a eon't- panied by a Bond of the same date, signed and seal­ ed by the said mortgagor, conditioned for the pay­ ment of “ one hundred dollars in ten years with the annual interest audio default thereof shall be rea­ dy and offer to convey the premises this day.eonvey- ed to said W est by Dimmick and Sandford, so as to g ive said Doubfeday the same title\-without cost lo him.” Said m .rtgaged premises will be sold at public auction on the 2Gtli day of April -next at 12 o’clock at noon at the Court House in Bingham­ ton in the eotintvof Broome. Dated Jan. 27th 18-15. JNO. H. H. PA R K , Att *. A . D oubled ay , Mortgagee. 45 I N CHANCERY—Before the Vice Charfceller o'f the 6 th Circuit. Slehpen Atwood, Jun. vs G e o r g e P i e r c e 3d. In pursuance of a decree of the Court of Chan­ cery made in the above entitled cau-e by the Vice Chancellor of the sitxth circuit bearing date the 25th day ol March A. D 1845, the following descri­ bed premises w illbe sold at public auction for Cash by or under the direction ofthe subscriber one ofthe masters of the court of Chancery at the house of Mr. L. Moore Inn keeper in Union Vill­ age in tbe town of Lisle in the County cf Broome on the2Ist day of May next at one o’clock in fhe afternoon, the premises are described in said decree as follows, to wit: “All that certain piece or par­ cel of land situated-in the town of Lisle in the coun­ ty of Broome, being part of Lot number four hun­ dred and eighty (480) o fthe Grand Divisi n of the Boston Purchase, so ca 7 fed, Bo mded as fo’lows:— Beginning atthe south east corner of said Lot. and running fromthenc - north on the west line ol said lot fifty rods; thence east on the line of lands formerly owned by Joseph Edininsier and James Edminster to the centre ofsaid lot; thence south fif­ ty rods to the south line of said lot; thence west on said south line ofsaid lot to the place of beginning, tho whole containing fiTly acres ofland more or Jess.” Dated March 27th 1845. 2 H . B allard , ■ I J. DE PU Y FREER, S o l ’r . f o r C p m p t. f M a s te r in C h a n c e r y . S H E R I F F ’S S A L E .—By virtue ofone execution issued out of the clerks office 'of the county of Broome, and to me directed and delivered, against the goods and chattels lands and tenements ol'Wil-. iiam N e w h y , in my bailiw ick, I -have levied on and shall expose for sale at public auction as the law directs, at the Public House n o w kept and o c ­ cupied by Edwin North rup in. fhe village of H arpers- Yille,. county of Broome and state ol New York on \Saturday the 3d day of M ay next, in the year of <mr lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty five .a' .I o’clock in the afternoon of that day, all the aright, title, interest, claim and demand o f the said ‘W illiam Newby, of in and to the following de- scribedpremises, to w it: A ll that certain lot piece or p arcel o f land situate in the town ol Sanford and inthe county Of Broome and State ofN . York, and. bounded as follows^. All that certain lot ot. Jandbeing lot No. two in sub division No. three of th e se.cond tract in W a rren township beginning at Ihe north west corner o f lot No. one at a stake and stones near a beech tree cornered and marked No. one and,two W L C running thence north three de­ grees east 21 chains and 80 links to ahemloc.k ling m arked No. 2 and 3, thence ®Cuih 87 east58 chains and ninety jinks' to p j marked No 2, 3 ,8 and 9. V' west 21 chains and c\ > -uence south 3 decree. •.tnn»c'msi '-1 -xToU links to a hemlock stakeand j . t ? ' . _ w e d No. 1 , 2, 7 and 8 , thence north 87 'l% rees and 12 minutes west 58 chains and 9 0 links *to place ot beginning containing one hundred land twenty seven acres and 81-100, acre o f laud .’be'the same more or less; to g e th e r w ith all and singular the hereditaments- and appurtenances ihereunto belonging, o f in any wise appertafiiing. D a te d ca t B ingham ton this 10th day. o f March, in lihe y e a r ol o u r L o r d one thousand eight h u n ired and-forty five. JO S E P H B A R T L E T T , Sheriff. ' ^.jBy B. T yrrell , Deputy. . » * -' 51 - Ladies! Ladies!. 4 T -OTS of New and desirable Goods fo be seen JL J this week at F o rd A 'C o ’®, .Now opening, a large lot of Silks, Alpacas, Cash’riVeres,'Affghan S a tin s , and Crapes, Calicoes, shawls, pravats, gloves and hosiery, Ribons and L aces, arid.ail the ppW fstyle? of worsted goods, Wool plaid Ac. at low- er p rices than ever. Ladies will find alVnost any day , r continued addition o f N ewand novel goods a t this establishment, and always cheaper than, the' cheapest. ’* ^ R e m e m b e r the store,/ Oct. 29, 18|4. R. A . FO RD & Ct). ---- “ Equal Protection to all Classes^7 P o l k . T O E . T I L N o . . 5.1 BINGHAMTON. N. Y,. T H U R S ^ T f APRIL 24, 1845.J • • • ~ • * ' ' ' \ ■ - ■ ~ . » .r .■sftasi [ W H O L E : N Q . T O ? : S l i e v l f f ’ s P r o c l u m a t i o n . B Y virtue of a-precept issued out ofthe Supreme court o f the State of New York, to me directed and delivered, Proclamation is'bereby made.that a Circuit Court and' Court of Oyer and Term iner will be held on the 28th day of April next, at 10 o’­ clock in. the.forenoon pf thatday,at.the Court House in the village ofBinghamton, in and for the county ofBroome; and all prisoners then being iii the jail of said.county, or who are bound- by recognizance or otherwise are hereby notified and required*to be tben.there in their proper person-to prosecute as shall be just; and all justices ofthe peace, coroners and other officers within my bailiwick who have taken any recognizance for the appearance of any person o r persons at such court, or who may have taken any inquisition, or the examination of any prisoner or witness, to return such recognizance, inquisition and examination to said court, at the o- pening thereof, on the first day o f its sitting. Dated April 2d 1845. JO S E P H B A R T L E T T , Sheriff. S H E R IFF’S SALE.—By virtue of one execution issued out of the Clerk’s office of the county of Broome, and to me directed and delivered, against the goods and chattels lands and tenements ol W illiam EnderS^ inm y bailiwick, I have levied on and-shall expose for sale at public auction as the law directs, at the Phenix Hotel nowlcept pnd occu­ pied b y Isaac B. Gere in tlie village ofBinghamton,, county of Broome and state of N; York on Satur­ day the 24th day o f M ay next, in the year o f our lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty five, a t 10 ‘o’clock in the forenoon of that day, all the right,, title, interest, claim and demand of said W illiam Enders of, in and to the following described pfem- isesytowiti —All-that certain piece or-parcel of land lying and being in the town of Conklin county ofBroome and state ofNew Yoilt, being all that part o flot No (26) twenty six in Clinton and Mel- cher’s patent which will remain after taking one: hundred acres from the west side ofthe lot,leaving nine.y two acres, excepting therefrom twenty acres from the northwest part conveyed to Robert Ser­ vice: together with all and singular the heledita- men'.s and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated at Binghamton this 8 th day of April in tl e year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty five. 3 ________ JOSEPH B A R T L E T T , Sheriff. S H E R I F F ’S SALE.—By virtue ofone execution issued out of the Clerks Office of the county of Broome, and to me directed and delivered, against the goods and chattels lands and tenements of Michael'CJlune in my bailiwick, I have levi­ ed on and shall expose for sale at public auc­ tion as the law directs, at the Phenix Hotel now keptand occupied by Isaac B. G e r e in tho v i l l a g e of Binghamton, County of Broome and slate ofN . York on Saturday the 24th day of May next, in the year ol our lord, one thousand eight hundred and foi ty five, at. 10 o’clock in the forenoon ol that day., all the right, title,interest, claim and demand ofthe said Michael Clune of in and to the following described premises, to w it: All that certain piece or parcel o fland lying & being in the town, of Che­ nango and count) o f Broome, and State ofNew York, lying in the north east corner of lot No. (11) eleven in the manor of Feroniaor Cooper’s Patent, so call ed, containing about thirty acres of land,more or less: together with all and singular the herdita- ments and appurtenances there.unto belonging or in any wise appertaining.—Dated at Binghamton this 8 tli day of April in the year of our Lord one thou* sand eight hundred and. fortyfive. 3 JO S E P H B A R T L E T T , Sheriff. S H E R IFF’S SALE.—By virtue of one execution issued out of the clerk’s office of the county of Broome and to me directed and delivered, against the goods and chatties lands and tenementsof Dan­ iel Purdjr, I have levied on and shall expose far sale at public auction as the law directs, atthe house now kept and occupied by Isaac B. Gere in the village of Binghamton, county ofBroome and State of New York, on Saturday the 22d day of February A . D. 1845, .at 10 o’clock in the forenoon of that day,—All the right title interest claim or demand of the said Daniel Purdy, of in and to the following described premises to wit: being eighty acres, p art of g reat lot No. seven in the north di­ vision of fourth tract in Sidney, in the county of Broome, being thesam e premises on wliich the said Daniel Purdy now resides, together with all and singular the lieradilaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated at Binghamton this 9th day of January A . D. 1845. ' 42 JO S E P H B A R T L E T T , Sheriff. P o s t p o n e m e n t . — T h e sale ofthe above described premises is hereby postponed until Monday the I2;h day of Mat', 1845, at the same place and’time of day as above mentioned. 49' JO S E P H B A R T L E T T , Sheriff. S o n g o f t h e D y i n g O l d M a n TO H IS YOUNG W IF E . BV ELIZA COOK. K a te, there’s a trembling xt my heart, a coldness at my brow, My sight is dim, my breath is faint, I feel P m dying now ; , Bat ere my vision fadeth quite, ere all of strength be o’er, Ob ! let me look into thy face and press thy band once more. I would my latest glance should fall on what I hold most dear: But, ah I thy'cheek is wet again— wipe, wipe away the tcar,. Such tears of late have often gemmed -ib^ drooping eye-lid’s fringe, ' Such tears of late have washed away thy young cheek’s ruddy tinge. ’ brought thee from a simple home to bean old man's bride« Thou wert the altar where I laid affection, joy and pride; My heart’s devotion, like the sun, shone forth, wjlh dimless power, - And kept its brightest glory rays to. mark its setting hour. ' brought thee from asimple home,where early friends had met, And something filled thy farewell tone that whisper­ ed of regret. O h ! could I wonder, when you left warm spirits like your own, To dwell upon far distant earth with age and wealth alone ? 4 gazed with holy fondness on thy meek retiring eye, Soft in its beagling as the first fair star of evening’s sky; I marked the dimpled mirth around thy sweet lips when they smiled, And while I loved- thee as a bride I blest : Ctllld. Jut, Oh ! thy young and glowing heart could not re­ spond to mine, My whitened hairs seemed mocked by those rich sun­ ny curls of thine ; And though thy gentle faith was kind as woman’s faith can bo, Twas the spring.flowcr clinging round the winter blighted tree. i 40 My speech is faltering and low—the world is fading fast— The sands of life are few and slow— this day wilt be my la s t ; Zv’e something for thine ear— bend close— list to my • failing word, Lady what 1 utter to thy soul, and start not when ’tis heard. There’s one who loves thee—though his love has nev­ er lived in speech — He worships as a devotee the star he cannot reach ; He strives to mask his throbbing breast and hide its burning glow; But I have pierced the veil and seen the struggling heart below. Nay speak not. I alone have been the selfish and unwise; Young hearts will nestle with young hearts, young eyes will meet young eyes. And when I saw his earnest glance turned hopeless* ly away, I thanked the hand of Time that gave me warning of decay. M ORTGAGESALE.—Mortgagor John G. Er- vine, Mortgagee H enry Mather, Assignee o f Mortgage Amm,i Doubleday; Mortgage dated the eighth day o f March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eighthundred and forty two. Recorded in Broome county ele;les office, the ninth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and forty two? at nine o’clock A. M. in book of Mortgages No. 10 pages 135 and 136, Amount claimed to be due at the first publication of this noiice, fourteen dollars, amount to become due two hundred dollars with iin- teiest from the eighth day o f M arch, one thousand eighth undrecl and forty five. Description of Mort­ gaged premises, “ A ll those two certain, \lots or par­ cels of land lying in the village ofBinghamton be­ ing lots number five and six (5 and 6 ) in Double- day and Lewis’ subdivision of o riginal lot number seventy eight (78) situated on the east side of the Chenango river and bounded as follows: southerly on Academy or H enry streetr east by lot number seven (7); wev.l by lot number four (4); and north­ erly by lands of H. Lewis, said lot number six ( 6 ) is. fifty five feet front and fifty six feet rear and a bout one hundred and eighty six feet deep. Said lot number five (5) is fifty five feet front and fifty six feet rear and about one hundred and ninety five feet deep. Said mortgaged premises will be sold at public auction on Saturday the 1 Oth day of July next, at 12 o’clock at noon, at the Court House: in Binghamton in the county of Broome. Dated April 12 th 1845. JNO. H . H. PARK, Att’y. A. D o u b l e d a y , Assignee. _______ 4 B ROOME CO UNTY SS:—Notice is hereby gi­ ven that distribu ion of the money arising from the sale of the Real estate ot Diadama Van Ness deceased, will he made among her creditors hy the undersigned at his office in Binghamton on the 2d day of May next at 10 o’clock A. M. at which time and place the creditors'. of the said deceased who have not heretofore established their demands,, w ill present and prove the same. J.R . DICKINSON,.Surrogate. M arch 18. 1845. 52w 6 A d m i n i s t r a t o r s n o t i c e . —in pursu­ ance ofan Order ot John R. Dickinson, Sur­ rogate of the County ofBroome, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims-against Samue 1 W . Hinckley, late, of Chenango in said County de ceased, to present the same with the vouchers thereof, tothe undersigned, at the house of Mrs Eunice Hinckley, in Chenango aforesaid. ^ ' ' rl before the 14th day of J u n e nev( Tjp ^'1 T^ec 10 1844. E L K a ^ J / j t XII n CKLEY, ' in t h e o u tsk ir ts o f t h e u i t y , n e a r a littie gTOcery o r grog-sbop,. d e a d drunic, a y o u n g la d y ; w h o it is not h & e s s a r y to n a m e , w a s p a s s in g th a t w a y to h e r h o m e ,n o t far o f f b e h e ld him , his-fdee u p tu r n e d 'I p th e ra y s o f a sc o r c h i n g sum- S h e took h e r h a h d k e rch ief, w ith h e r ow n n a m e m a t ' ked upo n it,.and placed it. o v e r h i s face. A f ter h e h a d rem a ined in t h a t w a y fo r som e h o u r s , h e w a s aw a k e n e d , and his th i r s t b e in g so g r e a t, h e went, hito, t h e 'l i t t l e grocfery o r g r o g sh o p to g e t a d r in k , w h e n he discovered th e h'andker- ip d ! w h o left th is m y face?- . N o . le glass/ w ith m e?.- W h o one knew ., H e ex c la im in g , .‘‘E n o u g h ! e- chief, w h )ch he lo o k e d at, an d - th e n a m e that w a s on ifo 1 A f ter p a u s in g a few m inutes, h e e x ­ claim e d it “ G r e a placed it dropped n o u g h ! ” i H e retired in s tan tly f r o m - th e s lo r q , f o r g e ttin g his th ir s t J » u t no t th e d e b a u c h , th e h a n d k e r c h ief, o r th e ladV, v o w in g , if G o d gaye him stren g th , never to -j/j/ach, taste or. ^ h a n d le intoxicating d r i n k s , ‘ T o m e e t M iss G . a g a i n w a s th e h a r d e s t effort of hit; iifei If h e m e t h e r in h e r c a r r i a g e o r on foot, he.w p jild do d g e th e n e a r e s t co r n e r . S h e a t last addressed h im a note, u n d e r h e r ow n hand, in v itin g him to th e house, w h ich he finally g a t h ­ ered courage, e n o u g h to accept. H e told h e r if sh e still bore effection for him , h e w o u ld agree- to h e r ow n term s . H e r re p ly w a s : “ M y conditions now are w h a t th e y ev e r h a v e been.” “ T h e n , ” said th e d isen th r a lled W irt, “ I A c­ cept o f th e m .” . They were soon married, and from th a t d a y he k e p t his word, and his affairs brig h ten e d , w h ile h o n o rs an d g l o r y g a th e r e d th i c k upon lis brow . H i s n a m e h a s been en r o lle d h ig h in t h e tem p le of fam e , w h ile his deeds, his patri ­ otism and ren o w n , live after h i m w ilh im p e r ­ ish a b le lu s tr e . H o w m a n y n o b le m inds m ig h t th e y o u n g ladies save, if th e y w o u ld follow the example o f the heroine-hearted M iss G ., the \rioncl o f h u m a n ity , o f j i e r co u n tr y , and th e r e la ­ tive o f L a f a y e tte.— [ T e m p . A d v o c ate. y.A r x m not thy bosom Kate—I cast upon thy no lightest shade ol question name No memory of jealous fear, blame. I know that he has loved thee long,with deep and se­ cret tr u t h ; I know he is a fitting one to bless thy truslingyouth. Weep not for me with bitter grief; I would but have thee tell T h a t he who bribedjthec lo his heart, has cherished thee right well, I give thee to another, K a te— and may that other prove As grateful for the blessing held, as doting in his love. Bury me in the church-yard where the dark yew branches wave, And promise tliou wilt come somctiines to weed the old man’s grave ’Tis all I ask ! I ’m blind—I ’m faint— take, lake my parting breath— I die within thy arms, my Kate, and feel no sting of death. A d v e n t u r e w i t h a B o a C o n s t r i c ­ t o r . [From the Madras U. S. Gazette.] C a p t. C , o f h e r M a jesty ’s 8 4 th F o o t,w a s one of th e m o st in d e fatig a b le sportsm e n I e v e r m e t w ith, and th e en tire o f his tim e that c o u ld be sp a r e d from re g im e n ta l d u ty w a s passed in the an g les. H e w a s a m a n of. vast personal stren g th , co u ld u n d e r g o an y d e g r e e o f Fatigue; in short, possessed a perfectly iro n constitution. W h e n on o n e o f his excursions, C a p t. C Administrator. D EN T IST R Y . T h e ‘subscriber continues to ’ perforin every operation upon the teeth accor­ ding to the most modern and improved principles of the art. Those who are de&rousr of repleting the vacancies caused by the loss o f their o riginal teeth are respectfully invited to call-. Term s reasonable-. Office directly over Mr. Sawders Crockery store. Door opposite tlie entrance info the W asl. i t gton tan H a ft *■ . -J-. C. RO.BIE. N.\b. D e n t i s t s s u p p l i e d w i t h full setts o f i n s t r u ­ m e n t s . Turnkeys and other surgical instruments kept CQhsfantiy on hand and for 'sale. ~ X.. G. R. , * A t the Old Favorite Store Corner o f -Court and, Washington Street* {formerly occupied by 'R. A. Ford Co.) T f. HH.subscriber&havejusZ leceivn.t the Largest L „New stock o f goods to be found in this vicinity Consisting of a Large choice stock of D r y ’Goods Groc'erles. Crockery, GZasi ware, Boots 'St Shoes, Hats and Gaps/ A c . &c. > . ' ■ ^ < vSALES. to s u itpurchasers—A L L lqnds bf-pro­ duce taken in ExchangeTar goods.. t ^ S. A , N E W 'f U J L & .C o Binghamton, May 29, J844, * A W i f e w o r t l i H a v i n g T h e d istin g u ish e d W i l l ia m W i r t , w ith in six o r e i g h t m o n ths after his m a r r ia g e , becam e ad ­ dicted to in tem p e r a n c e , the effect o f w h ich oper- ted stro n g ly upon t h e m ind arid h e a lth of his wife, and in a few m o n th s m o r e sh e w a s n u m ­ bered w ith th e dead. H e r d e a th led him to leave th e co u n ty w h e r e h e resided, an d m o v e to R ich m o n d , w h e r e he soon rose to distinction. B u t his habits hung about him , a n ti occasional­ ly he w a s found w ith j o l ly and frolicsom e s p irits in b a c h a n a lia n re v e l r y . H i s t r u e friends e x ­ postulated with him , to convince him o f th e in ju ­ ry he w a s d o in g him s e lf. B u t h e still persisted. H i s p ractice b e g a n to fall off; and m a n y lonh®^ upon him as on th e *»r£ ^ ’ H e waj} \ u ’.ised £ Gei m a r r ie d , w ith view o f c o r r e c ti n g his habits. T h i s he consented to do, if th e rig h t person offered. H e a c c o r d in g ly paid his addresses to a M iss G a m b le. A f te r s o m e m o n ths attentions, He ask e d h e r han d in m a m 'ag e . S h e replied. ‘•M r. W i r t , I h a v e been w e ll a w a r e of y o u r intentions f i r so m e tim e .b a c k , and sh o u ld ' have givfen you to understand that y o u r visits a n d a t ­ te n t i o n s w e r e m o t a c c e p lable, n a d I not r e c i p r o ­ cated th e atiection w h i c h yriu evinced for m e .— But I can n o t yield my assen t u n til you make me a p led g e n e v e r to taste, to u c h o r h a n d le a n y in toxicating 4/in If s ” ^ t , T h is reply to Mr. *Wrrt w as as unexpected as It w as novel. H is reply was, that he re'gar- ded l h e proposition as a b a r to a l l fu r th e r g n - sideration of th e subject, a n d left h e r .. H.qr cou rse io h im w a s th e s a m e as ev e r - r - h is, resen t m e n t ’a n d n e g lect. In t h e c o u r s e o f a fevv w e e k s he 1 w e n t and a g a i n so l i c i te d 'h e r hand. B o t h e r -re p l y w a s , h e r m irid w a s rrtadftup. H e becarht in d ig n a n t, a n d / r e g a r d e d V h e .term s s h e proposec as in s u ltin g to his h d n o r , and.vo'w e d it. shouts bc f b e l a s t ifieeting t h e y sh o u ld fever h a v e . H e to o k to d r i n k i n g woTse a n d w o rse,an d s c e m c ff lap p c n e d to pass t h e n i g h t a t a sm a ll v illag e in th e W y n a u d j u n g l e , w h e n a ry it w h o h id been out very late se a r c h i n g for a s tr a y b u llo c k ,c a m e to tell him of a la r g e ch e e tu l, o r spotted deer, w h ich he had w a tched lo its lair. H e had also h e a rd froth th e v illa g e r s , th a t a l a r g e sn a k e had jeen seen sev e r a l tim e s in th a t n e ighborhood. H e started a c c o r d in g ly after his g a m e at day- ire a k , accom p a n ied by th e v illa g e r and a f a v o r ­ ite dog, w h ich ra r e l y left his heels unless o r d e r ­ ed. A fter pro c e e d in g ab o u t h a l f a m ile th r o u g h very dense j u n g l e s , an d being, as th e v illa g e r supposed, n e a r th e spot w h e r e th e ch e e tu l had aid dow n , C a p t, C o f a sudden m issed his dog, a n d h e a r i n g a ru s tlin g in th e bushes about ten y a r d s off, acco m p a n ied by a w h i m p e r i n g noise; he tu rn e d in t h a t direction an d saw w h a t he at first g lan c e took for a tig e r, from its c o lor, a m ix tu r e of black and b r o w n , but soon discov­ ered w h a t th e m o n s ter r e a ilv w a s — a n en o r m o u s boa constrictor, w h ich had seized his poor J u ­ no. an d w a s at th e m o m e n t c r u s h i n g h e r to a t ­ om s in its t e r r ib le coils. T h e nativ e w h o w a s w ith him , saw w h a t it w a s lik e w ise, an d im m e ­ d iate ly fled. C a p t. C afterw a r d s described th e a p p e a r a n c e of th e rep tile, w h e n th u s coiled round his dog, as so m e w h a t re s e m b lin g a b a r ­ rel, ev e r y portion in violent m u s c u lar m o tion, an d he distinctly h e a r d th e bones of th e poor a n ­ im a l c r a c k in succession w ithin its terrib le em brace. A t last th e m o n s ter raised its head, and fixed tw o g l a r i n g ey e s on C a p t. C .— :—, w h o in an o th e r m o m e n t, m i g h t p e r c h a n c e have been fascinated by th e i r d e a d ly g le a m , bu t w ith u n e r ­ rin g aim he placed tw o balls in its fo r e h e a d .— , T h e i r effect w a s not h o w e v e r , as he expected, fa tal, and the sn a k e in s tan tly u n c o ilin g itself frotp its victim , m a d e stra ig h t at C a p t, C — —, w h o of co u r s e took to flight, b u t th e ju n g l e , w a s so th ick , that he found th e an im a l g a i n i n g on him , from th e noise it m a d e ’ a m o n g th e bushes, and h e th e refo re s o u g h t sh e lte r i n 'a tree, r e lo a d in g his g u n w ith all possible expedition. W h e t h e r th e rep tile follow e d him by sig h t o r s m e ll, he could not ju d g e , but C a p t. C w a s only j u s t p rep a red for a second d i s c h a r g e w h e n tb e boa reached th e tree, arid instantly tw in in g itself round th e stem , w o u ld soon have seized him .but fortunately, at th e next shot he blew o u t both its eyes w ith a c h a r g e o f B B ; yet th o u g h the snake' a p p e a red for a m o m e n t stunned, it still co n tin u e d -its efforts to reach Him, until by re ­ peated shots it w a s incapacitated from rising, not though, till Capt. C — h a d com p letely em p ti­ ed his p o w d e r flask, and he even then did not ven tu r e to descend, as th e rep tile continued co il­ ed rou n d th e tree, o c c a s io n a lly by a m u s c u lar m o v e m e n t sh o w in g t h a t its' vital p o w e r s w e r q not w h o lly extinct. A t len g th , a fter s o m e h o u r s ’ so lita r y confinem e n t'on his perch, a n d 's h o u ti n g until fie w a s hoarse, for aid, C a p t. C had th e satisfaction to see a numbeT of v j! ! \ |r e r$ a r ­ rive, by w h o m th® 'mcr.SwOus anim a l w a s com - P’.m c ly destroyed. C a p t. C had no m e a n s of a c c u r a te ly m e a s u r in g its len g th , but by a: fiece o f s tick, w h ich ' th e natives s a id w a s a cubit riubs^ 'suri-ounded by b e a r s ,, s tan d in g o h th e i r h i h d d e g s , h o w lin g d r e a d fu lly , ,,*f b e crijoriisTs. ra n l o r th e i r firearm s aptf hdtchels, an d 'a fierce- cq m b a t aro s e . T h e b e a r s rusHed on th e m e n . ad d t h o u g h sev e r a l w e re k illed by- th e first d is- C h a rge. th e y furiously continued th e ir attack , and could d u ly be routed w h e n a cabin w a s set on fire. T h e flam e s frig h ten e d them , and th e y a t last retired. ' E i g h t la r g e bears rem a in e d lifeless o n th e g r o u n d ; five m e n w e re 5 k illed, arid 3 0 w o u n d e d , som e o f th e m g r i e v i o u s l y ” — [G a lig r ia n i’s M e s s e n g e r . \ \* F r o m O r e g o n * ' T h e P e o r i a R e g i s t e r g iv e s a letter from M r. C a r v e r , (w h o is S p e a k e r o f th e L o w e r H o u s e o f th e O r e g o n L e g i s l a t u r e ,) g i v i n g th e p a r tic u ­ lars o f business th e r e .. S ta r t n o t r e a d e r ; th.e Q- reg o n L e g i s l a t u r e is organized, an d h a s r lr e a - d y com m e n c e d g r a n ti n g Chatters ! M r . C a r ­ ver s a y s : T h e h a r v e s t is j u s t n t hand,, an d su c h cro p s ’of w h e a t, b a r le y , oats, peas and potatoes, is n e v­ er to be seen in th e states,*that o f w h e a t in. par-. ticuTar— th e stalks being, iff many instances a§ h ig h as m y head, th e g r a i n s a r e g e n e r a l l y v e r y la r g e —4- w o u ld not. m u c h e x a g g e r a te , to s a y th e y a r e a s l a r g e ag a in as those g r o w n east of th e m o u n tains. T h e soil is good an d ib e c l i ­ m a te m o st su p e r io r , b e in g m ild the y e a r rou n d and very h e a lth y , m o r e , t h a n a n y c o u n t r y I have lived in t h e s a m e len g th of tim e . P r o d u c e bears an ex c e llen t p r ice— P o r k . 10 cents;- Be'ef 6 c t s ; P o tato e s 5 0 cts; W h e a t one d o llar per bushel. T h e s e articles a r e p u r c h a s e d at th e a- bove.prices w ith g r e a t avidity by th e m e r c h a n ts for s h ip m e n t g e n e r a l l y ,t o th e Sandw ich Islan d s and R u s s ia n settlem e n ts on th is continent; and a r e paid for m o s tly i a s to res and g r o c e r ies, the latter o f w h ich is The product o f th e s e Islan d s , p a r ti c u la r l y s u g a r a n d coffee, o f w h ich ' ab u n d ­ a n t s u p p lies a r e fu r n i s h e d .' W ages for laborers a re h ig h — comnjon hands are gelling from one to two dollars per d a y , and and m e c h a n ics from two to four d o llars per day. It is w ith d ifficulty m e n can be p r o c u red at these prices, so- easfly can th e y do better- on their \farms. T h e plains a r e a p e r p e tu a l m e a d o w , f u r n ish ­ ing tw o com p lete cro p s in a y e a r , sp r i n g and fall, th e latter, r e m a i n in g g r e e n through' t h e w i n - ter. B e e f is killed from th e g r a s s at a n y sea­ son of th e y e a r . If y o u h a v e a n y en terp r is e left, o r if y o u r n e ig h b o r s h a v e an y , h e r e is the place for th e m . ' ~~ D r. M e L a u g h l i n h a s ju s t com m e n c e d a c a ­ nal aro u n d th e W i l l a m e t l e e F a l l s , w h ich h e e x ­ pects to com p lete in tw o y e a r s , a t a cost o f t h ir ty I d u lged'' t h a t 't h e W e s t and S o u th w e s t w ill p a y .i j T *‘ 1 (o f \the vvell. 0 t% .A lb „ 1 ^ v — --------- T , .... \The recent ftqgiiieittjtT jhlelfrraBQ* ^-Hpiii ’'^id,* i^iiai|^'4y4th j by in ftji sectipns di the f r.: t_ *!_- A - ’J _*«!_' « * . .. **i*' .,T_ A*' -tJh C-Li petn^%o|ihdjbu#ji^, d u r i n g t h e present son. struggling atleadeo' depression. c r e a s e /ih e p r i c j ^ ^ l l e it w ill ad<T v a s tly lo itl! fe'onsri.mptiqri,/arid j h u s g iv e a d o u b le fienfefit to o u f f to U n tr y .,, , , » “ .V A s pot. a n d p e a r l ash e s , stavcsi l a r d , l a r d o i ^ a r id p e l tr ie s o f a l l sp r ts,‘ar!,e to .b e ad m i tied f iu ty free, t h e w e stern, s tates m u st. l a r g e l y ^.participate! in, th e benefits o f (be h e w tra d e w h ich; w ill grow t i p . \ E r i g l a n d - h a s -been so ) q n g j a b o r i h g ^ f i n d o r a system o f h i g h duties, th a t rit h a s m a t e r ia ll y restricted th e consum p /.ion .of th o s e ^ a r tic le* .—- T,he en tire abolition o f t h e d u t y w i lL th e r e f o r e n o t o n l y add to th e 'profits o f o u r tra d e r s , butwi- den, th e .dem a n d , ancl t h u s i n c r e a s e th e m a n u f a c ­ tu r e : ' I n a few y e a r ^ t en o r m o u s , q u a n tities of la r d oil m i l be c a r r ie d to E n g l a n d , t o b e used in th e m a n u factories, w h i c h is s a id to b e th e r e a s o n w h y t h e d u ty is w h o l l y abolished.” F o r m a ­ c h in e r y , it is a lr e a d y considered superior to w h a le oil. ' ' Iro n , of a l l sorts, h a s risen to su c h a p r ice i n E n g l a n d , th a t it can be m a n u f a c tu r e d in a Orudi, state h e r e (in th e form of b a r s an d p i g s ) a n d transported to E n g l a n d and, sold a t a piofit. As. iron in b a r s u n w r o i i g h t / a s w g ll as cast an d p i g iron a r e to b e adm itted d u ty free, ca n n o f P e n n ­ sylvania and Maryland, where th e c o a l a n d t h e l'roh o r e a r e m o re fav o r a b ly lo c a te d th a n i n a n y o t h e r co u n tr y in th e w p rld, s e n d o u t t h e i r cru d e , iro n to E n g l a n d ? S u c h a re s u k is not impro­ bable, as it i s r ih o u g h t t h a t th e present- p r i c e in E n g l a n d w ill j u s t i f y sh ip m e n ts. j H e m p an d staves, ashes, pot an d p e a r l, t u r ­ pentine and tar, a r e a m o n g t h e free articles.— C a n n o t O h io, K e n t u c k y an d N o r t h C a r o l i n a su p p ly th e E n g l i s h m a r k e t ? T h e y a r e g r e a t p r o d u c e r s of/these articles, an d u n d e r a lib e r a l system th e y can com p e te w ith a n y fo r e ig n state. W h i l e s u c h a r e th e prospects o f o u r f o r e ig n , trad e ' w h e n w e look at h o m e - a n d o b s e r v e th e state of th e in tern a l trad e , w e h a v e still h i g h e r cause o f h o p e . \ B e e f a n d p.oTk h a v e l a r g e l y ad ­ vanced since last y e a r ; , f lo u r an d a l l o th e r p r o ­ d u c e h a s also felt th e s a m e im p u lse. T h e sh o r t cro p o f s r i g a i i n C u b a an d th e o th e r W e s t In d i a Isla n d s , -has ad v a n c e d that article to a poi.nt' of rem u r ieratio n to th e pro d u c e r. M o s t f o r t u - ' na.tely, th e cro p o f th e U n ited S tates h a * been h e a v i e r (b y 7 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 pounds) th a » ev e r b e ­ fore, arid t-hus to o u r c o u n t r y en s u r e s th e d o u b l e ' ad v a n ta g e o f a l a r g e r c r o p an d a better price.r—- T h i s rise w ill add m illio n s o f d o lla r s to th e a b i l ­ ity of th e W e s t a n d S o u th w e s t to p a y the New- Y o r k m e r c h a n ts th e h e a v y debts in c u r r e d fot m e r c h a n d ize, d u r i n g tb e season o f ' 1844. A few w e e k s s i n c e it w a s se r io u s ly ap p r e h e n d e d that th e W e s te r n m e r c h a n ts w o u ld find j t i m ­ possible to p a y th is sp r in g , an d th e m o s t d isas­ tro u s r e s u lts w e r e re a s o n a b ly ap p r e h e n d e d fro m this fa i l u r e . '^ T h e - r e c e n t rise in a l l th e g r e a t W e s tern and S o u th w e s tern staples, dispels t h e j o g lo o m y 'a p p r e h e n s io n s . T h e h o p e is n o w in ­ th o u s a n d d o llars. O u r L e g i s l a t u r e lo w e r house o f w h ich T. h a v e th e h o n o r to be S p e a k e r ) w h ich h a s ju s t finished its session; g r a n ted th e D o c to r a c h a r t e r for 2 0 y e a r s ; he, e n te r in g into an agreement to make a ca n a l for boats of th ir teen feet in w idth to pass in sa f e t y .- ^ T h e w h o le is to bo com p leted [n tw o years, as above stated. H e has a n u m b e r o f han d s now e n g a g e d in its co n s tru c tio n an d no doubts a r e entertained o f h i s ab ility to co m p lete it. ~ H e fs L a b o r i s also w e ll rew a r d e d , for m a n u fac­ tu r e s a r e u n d e n iab ly flo u r i s h i n g ; W h ile th e n u m b e r ’o f r a ilw a y s w h ich w ill be u n d e r p r o g ­ ress w ill be.so m u c h l a r g e r th a n for m a n y y e a r s that*-these alo n e w ill create a vast d e m a n d for labor: • ' / . , In re c o u n 'i n g th e s e evidences of b u s i n e s s ' p r o s p e r ity d u r i n g th e season o f 1845, w e feel thri . confidence t h a t ft w ill.not rn n T n f a m a ^ p b c j u l i f ’ co n s tr u c tin g a la r g e flou r i n g m ill, w ith four r u n tio n . T h e c u r r e n c y is too restricted' to autliffr- of b u r r s , w h ich w ill be r e a d y fo r business this fall. H e has alre a d y tw o s a w m ills in O p era­ tion at th e F a l l s . E v e r y th i n g is flo u r is h in g in this co u n tr y . ' _ ' Y o u r s , resp e c tfu lly , M . M . M c C A R V E R . ize th a t vast e x p a n s io n o f p rices an d those m a g ­ nificent s c h e m e s w h ich s p r u n g u p u n d e r th e tffushrooni e r a o f ’3 5 a n d ’36. B u s in e s s activi- j; t y w.ill be based u p o ff a n a c tu a l in t r e c h a n g e o f values. W h e n th is is th e co u r s e of trade, th e f e is but little f e a r , even u n d e r th e m o s t active en ­ terp r is e . W h e n w e lo o k abroad o v e r o u r w h o le c o u n ­ try — w h e n w e re m a r k th e im pro v e m e n ts n o w F l o o d a n d D r e a d f u l I n u n d a t i o n .— A letter from M a c a o , published in th e foreign pa- ( * * . - _ . - f • I.*\ J «t WUM 1FU iWIWUI X*. |U W 11*1 U l »/ * WlUUUtU MV IV pers, gives an acco u n t of th e overflow ing- o f riv- p r o g r e s s in g in alm o s t ev e r y city, v illa g e a n d ers in th e n o r th o f C h in a , before w h ich th e E u - J [0 w n j n th e U n i.on— w h e n w e p e r c e iv e th a t ropcan in u n d a tio n s th a t have been recorded dur- m jg h ty w o rks' o f i n t e 7 n a l co m m u n icatio n w h i c h in g th e la s tf e w y e a r s , .sh r in k in t q r e l a i i v e insig- h a v e slu m b e red for y e a r s , a r e to b e t a k e n u p nificance. O n th e sh o r e s of th e Y e l l o w S e a t h e ancj c a r r i e d t h r o u g h by p r iv a te en terp r is e , w e phenom e n o n took th e - c h a r a c t e r o f a second del- u eej .n gratification, n a y , w e m a y sav, a d e e p _ ^ W h o l e p r o v in c e s ,- w ith p o p u lations re | p r j ^ t^ a t sh o u ld be th e condition of spectively la r g e r th a n som e o f t h e second^ class ] t h j n2S u n d e r th e ad m in istratio n o f P r e s i d e n t k in g d o m s of E u r o p e , w e r e alm o s t en tirely su b ­ m e rg e d . T h e r e tr e a t o f t h s w a ters left corpses in thousands- T o u c h i n g episodes a r e g iv e n as p ictures o f th is aw f u l calam ity. - O n th e riv e r Y a n g e - T s e e w e r e found la r g e floating casks, w h ich w h e n ex a m ined, were, found to contain the bodies o f y o u n g ch ild r e n , w h o s e m o thers, w h e n a l l hope for them s e lves w a s gone, had com m itted them to these floating ark s , as a ; last slen d e r ch a n c e of s a lvation. U p w a r d s o f L7,: 000.000 of h u m a n beings, escaped from ‘ th e i n ­ undation, have poured* them s e lves over t h e ’a d ja- eent p r o v in c e s , b e g g a r e d o f e v e r y th in g , andscry in g for bread — [ P h i l . L e d g e r . G l a s s .— I l is difficult to foresee to w h a t p e r fection th e m a n u f a c tu r e of g lass m a y be b r o u g h t and to w h a t p u r p o s e s th e a r ti c le m a y y e t be u p - plied. T h e b a lan c e sp r i n g of a c h r o n o m e ter is now m a d e o f g lass, as a substitute for s teel, and possesses a g r e a t e r d e g r e e of elasticity and a g r e a t e r .pow e r of r e e i s t i n g l h e a l t e r n a t i o n bf-heat and cold. -A ch r o n o m e ter w ith a g lass b a lan c e sp r i n g w a s sent, to th e n o r th sea, a n d exposed to a com p etition o f nine o t h e r ch r o n o m e ters, arid th e result o f th e ex p e r im e n t w a s a rep o r t in fa­ vor o f th e chronometer with th e g lass spring,—• P o l k , w h o s e election w a s so in d u s tr io u s ly re p ­ resented by t h e w h i g p a p e r s as th e n i g h t m a r e of ‘ business, and th e f u n e r a l of A m e r ic a n in d u s t r y and labor. “ W o e , w o e ! R u in , ru in !” w e r e th e u n w e lco m e s o u n d s w h ich g r e e t e d th e e a r s arid -saddened th e feelings o f th o u s a n d s , fo r m o n ths after th a t electron. ' T h e r e is a noble independence in A m e r i c a n ch a r a c te r , w h ich giv e s th e assu r a n c e th a t b u s i­ ness p r o s p e r ity is not d e p e n d e n t upon th e elec­ tion of’P r e s i d e n t : but th e p r o s p e r ity o f o u r co u n ­ try h a s its roots d e e p e r an d stro n g e r in th a t sound forecast, w e l l directed in d u s try , and w ide­ spread education, w h ich em in e n tly d istin g u ish ­ es th e A m e r ic a n people. T h e R e v . J o y H . F a i r c h i l d . — T h e mo* m e n t a P a r s o n , o r an active professor o f r e lig io n is accused o f a n y m isdeed, th e w h o le in fid e l co m m u n ity , and th e en tire im m o r a l press, c o m e dow n , boldly and m e rcilessly , upo n professors of r e ligion and th e m in isters g e n e r a l l y . T h e 'accu s a tio n b r o u g h t in B o s ton ag a in s t th e R e v . Mr. Fairchild-vvasa god-send to the unbeliever*. a n d T h e y m a d e .the most of the circum stance, did not-hfesitate to pronounce the accused g u i l t y L , . . before th e y had h e a rd a p a r tic le o f testimony 61* In a m a n u f a c to r y m F r a n c e ; they a r e novV h h e r pro o f con. B u t— th a n k H e a v e n , in th o k in g glass pipes for the conveyance of w a ter, 1 0f g o o d m o rals, for it—-he has been aC* w h ich cost nearly 30 p e r cent. less than the iron q u h t?d, It w a s .proved-on the trial, th a t M is*, pipes now used, and w ill b e a r a far g r e a t e r ex- j D a v id s o n , ( w h o c h a r g e d h im w ith b e in g th e ternal pressure; (father o f h e r ille g itim a te ch ild ) h e r parents a n d that-they h a tched t h i s to run headlohg to ruin. D n e day, w h ile ly in g o n g , and he d e c lared t h a t it m e a s u r e d u p w a r d s of t h i r t y of these, an d w a s m u c h th i c k e r than on e .o f his o w n th ig h s , w h ich w e r e of a m a k e h a t w o u l d ,h a v e w e ll becom e th e leath e r fiefox- shames ol any L i f e g u a r d s m a n ? T h u head of­ the. b o a w a s c u t off by his o r d e r s , a n d s e n t lo th e H o n . M r. C o d e , th e n vesident at M y s o re, a n d its enorrijous j a w still-m a y - p o s s ib ly be i n .existence a t th e M y s o r e R e s idence. A B e a k S t o r y — A Vetter from Jakoustlc, (Siberia) of N o v e m b e r 20 , - in' the G a z e tte ide K a s a n , c o n tains the follow ing s tr a n g e account: :T h e colony of. W e s h n a ic L a b a , ' h a s ' been th e theatre of a saffevent. .T h r e e colonists,-Sa- banieffj D m y tr e f f an d - B io lo L o r s k y ,- w e r e out h u n tin g in t h e f o r e s t o f I^aba. w h e n th e y gcit possession o f tvfd little / b « i r cubs, w h ich th e y rook h o in e w ith th e m .- T h r e e - d e y e hadelfljis- ed? qnd th e . r o u g h .stran g e r s had 'b e g u n - toVgfil, fam iljariaed w i t h 4 hei r h o s ts, vvhen o n . t h e nighb of thejfpu rth d a y v d read fq j..b o w lin g s w e ta beard in 't h e \ v i l l a g e / T n e c o l o n i s i s ^ i n o /e tc u r i o a s ; th a n a larm e d , .went o u t to -see W-bat w a i th e matter'; but their supprise was extreme when they beheld th e co ttag e w h i c h contained th e o th e r s w e r e conspirators^- plot fo r th e p u r p o s e o f g r a ti i f y i n g so m e b a s e m o tive, eith e r rev e n g e f u l o r m e r c e n a r y . Mr. F a ir c h iJd j in co n s e q u e n c e o f th e c h a r g e , w a s d is­ g r a c e d arid in ju r e d d u r i n g m a n y m o n ths. T h e d x p e a s e s a i t e n d a n t - u p o n repelling th e infamy SoU N S P h i l o s o p h y .— A t a recen t e x a m in a ­ tion o f a school in t h e to w n o f E s s e x '] codnty, one o f t h e com m ittee proposed th e fol­ lo w in g question to a boy w h o w a s - s tu d y in g N a t u r a l Philosophy. M r . C a n yqu ex p lain th e o f a d h e s ion ? (B o y M J b ^ u / T u g S h t e f a i ' S e h T m / ^ o r m a n , tales.) D . M ^ t , u d c a r e .produced h a s m a d a A n s . .V ic tu a ls an d d r i n k . D . W h a t a r e t h e L , m 6nK A l l th i s m i g h t h a r e been uses o f a le v e r ! (B o y is n o n p u l s e d ) .I f you I ................. - - - 6 h a d a l o g in a ditch; h o w w o u ld y o u i e H t o u t? A n s . I w o u ld hitch on a y o k e o f cattle, m ittee m a n s loped.— [B o s ton P o s t. Com - A n e w ' A r t i e E x p e d i t i o n is tp b e undertaken,- w e hear, th e com m a n d o f w h ich w ill devolve upon.Sir J o h n F r a n k l i n , an d C a p t. C k o z iM R as second. The E re b u s and Terror hqye becn towed up to W o o lw ich , and are.fiitiq,g;%yiih* propeller,.to force th e ir w a y th r o u g h . tne j c e in Baffin’s.B a y . ; 1 ’hey w ili . s t i l t fie a b V t o two year’s provisions/ \W ffintended' . ?i. a- voided ifrhje G r a n d . J u r y system was a s it s h o u ld be. E v i d e n c e is h e a r d on o n e side o n ly , and v e r y little of s u c h evidence. H o w m a n y in n o ­ cen t p e /so n s a r e co m p e lled t h u s to undergo- th e ord e a l o f a p u b lic t r i a l , an d suffer t h e h e a v y ex­ penses th e r e in in v o lved. M r . F a i r c h i l d is re* stored/to fhe m in istry . W e h o p e ih e co n s p ir a ­ to r s w i l l b e v e r y se v e r e ly , p u n ish e d .— [ N o a h ’s .M m . . . - •/' • ’ - an.u -Danitec* ' of ^ m p rica lo ,t^ 4ve*t *o,.dom^er.cijai -H-| o U t t- A su'm m a r.y.tnode o f s d l l i n g l theriidencffques-' tion. 'has; b feenr,adopted .by the; C o r.pqfatipaA o f; HuritSviilfe,‘A la.rW <h a i i a v e fixed th e r liceb c e for; re ta i l i n g s p i r i t o u s J i q u o r s / w i t h i n o n e m i l e ^ f t h e c o u r t house, a t $ 2 ,5 0 0 . R e l i c s . — /T h e excavation in p r o g r e s s a t tbe North-west corner of th e beautiful green sur­ rounding Golu mhianCollege, for thefounQation of»a:d w.el ling house, -disclosed, o n -Saturday, ttco kix p o u n d e rs, buried sbriae six feet below the sur- feCe-rand in an excCllerit state of preservation. — T h e y we£e evidently b u ried fo£Cdtic«tlm erit, a s ftricks J &c:, w e re found immediately above them. iHifi miizal®trarc pliiggefinyith 'tVowf, and the pieces ara ihicllly- Coated wkh ^aint- T h e y , iveferplaved-iri im 'm ediatedonfact'arid-have pro- L$ably lain therorsincfe the /ev o lu tio n .— [N. Y* Cour. & Enquirer,

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