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Title: Massachusetts eagle
Physical Description: v. : ; 51-56 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Goodrich, John Z ( John Zacheus ), 1804-1885
Barnum, C. T
Taft, Henry W
Montague, Charles
Dawes, M
Publisher: J.Z. Goodrich
Place of Publication: Lenox Mass
Creation Date: March 9, 1837
Publication Date: 1834-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lenox (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pittsfield (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Berkshire -- Lenox
Coordinates: 42.356389 x -73.285278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Aug. 28, 1834)-v. 24, no. 22 (Dec. 31, 1852).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Jan. 1, 1835 dated 1834; issue for Jan. 1, 1848 dated 1847.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Aug. 28, 1834)-v. 18, no. 24 (Jan. 22, 1847) also called no. 261-978.
General Note: Whig.
General Note: Published simultaneously at Pittsfield, Mass. and Lenox, Mass., 1842-<1843>; published solely at Pittsfield, Mass., 1844-1852.
General Note: Published by C. Montague, <1840-1852>.
General Note: Editors: J. Goodrich, <1834-1836>; Goodrich & Barnum, <1837>; H.W. Taft, <1838-1839>; C. Montague, <1840-1844>; Montague & M. Dawes, <1844-1852>.
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Preceded by: Journal and Argus (Lenox, Mass.)
Succeeded by: Berkshire County eagle

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Wr ...11WE. l't 0p'h.;n case, to which reference was made Could I see her once inmore: should I ever de- W ee,t dreamingg run tie ] "i' Val], th .c, befre r,, a d Y row pi s, bere
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a b bR i r E lttS ... U 1CUE L Aa-_ ..i my la)st l,;!ter .and -lr.p.tlns whch b \r. part? e d her c om'ju'i:Pa.thina gheore good e-
l U_ off.io olll Chronicle-- -= -= -^. "ItSe inl For-syth Was exalnrinc0. For ',his Case It was it-- ,ma -. rra tni,-'h fur lj(irr if' vp. 'i-eah tn Kfirn again., ?%,T-
-. -O-- ..------- O ie nic ad Sentinel, .Frnsythtpted to provide pa t. by ,noans ofa ri2lht scenes, of ny childhood, adin:- I care not...-so n c -,Ce o t ast w r heif ve ,ea a i ,,e
Dr. Br-andreth's Pills, AUGUSTA. Ca. FI.b 16- o0 lok 1. Supplemental artIcle introduced i.to the. Cle- .Sweet ha unts of nmy ,, nd oled inid; The standard of t 'ie ie, ni1 v, od.l.sorve tob he rt, thia cansuci' d, aer
SFo ale wholesale and retail, by HIGHLY IM 'PORTANT FROMFLORIDA. rokee treaty, negotiated, in. the wintAer of And vesporis!-Lve and Yuutlli, consecrated l)y All i ,t rr'd and ea'le a is nr t rido ,s w ounih.,) h er tcI( ced
IO S E O L -' S U R LE _N D E F;.1 E D 1 8 143 6 y o u;' A P ar oe m a n 's F i ag s6 ,,l ; L bw : .le~ t id f e l l,iol !,-' ar ,12 'e tL!o i; .
A. L. & W P. Brayton, By t le Sw U athis orni w re- Imnediately after this treaty was nergoia- Ol,,ow shal I leave thl-y behind And while so many '.t:Lt -.'i"o" k ,S;!;'h is huiai nature that it frequently'
'AGENTS, NOT ADArS, eivd thie Sav :nah Georgian, and a.slipfrom ted, Milledge Golphin, one ofthe heirs of Gco. To part thus fro:n brothers, frnm sisters, trom And hills that lock o ; ir:.,.. ;h'-|pen!s thi.t r'.v rge and love are at each
h aedly authorised'to establish a1en- 1 Rthe licava nna h of yesterday morn- Golphin, made a satemn it. of the cea to the fr.iendfs, Remind me of our bL : 1.,.i -, 'oI:'-., ,il I.r-'s olbo,,. N. N v i onie was not without
W oies in te several towns in B erkshtire .Gon- i Savannah R p ratifing itelligence that Commissioners, which he thc.s comnnonce,-,:_ [s thre aurht upon earh that can nake me a And blow for f,,,.!:, ; -:. d:,'i.-:.a d ,t .u ha; p-ircd that one of those,
ce in th several towns in ic Florida wai has finally term a by the Gentlemen, the Cherokl e Indians having, in mends? -5 _-1 ,:. :.-_--_-_. ., 1ad m re -retensions to the world' geood
tA & W P. Brayton were induced to s render of Oseola and his warriors! a lae treaty concluded byPt;-o as Cmi..ewIon. I i :n Widli Forbv, came up at. that moment.
h-" F". .." .--.". `.:Ic ter bo'som): wep struflglinl .,,ithj bitter
A. etheagency fraoih the representation of The following article from the Darien Tel- ers of the United States. appointed for that 'v i h ,1 o. IIi ter
h igct a bleindr idualsin the northern egraph, we ex rat from the Georgian: purpose, expressed their wisi tiat certain tra- il l I A. I d, it 1 1 l I : i iT. f r I1:e it *me enic turn d not
highly r-, ecta"leindi.id,.lsiiA. r, '. Oil a C r (.1%, n n~ttl',) 2v :,""I,.trp..1 )i;l o-f:(.'hl i:f.j!r _is tm ot t re o
)u t ,W o h j,*v !- M o T N r I ,lFLO I A 'd. ,.a v r-_i c.: his el'f;p roa ch, I-l'e v.:is niore liberal
part of theCouny, who 'have u(sed theo edi- OROUS N ',S o NT rR ,. FLo .f.; does ngt b. paid their iust .'eb.s. wh cl wer,. d .,, ;, <' ,:-t hu: ,u s;;.vn,,'os c u in app r. .
-ipartn of w ht he o t w eo let success. Those By the steamed r Oemulgee, Captain Blunk- stipula!od to he paid by th l.,ra., oby 1773, I behold the Penitent!- Prsrale ., lire., t,hi,,ca ', l \,o::I o n ]:m ,;:. l yi.v eo -r ev(I .n- A c' '.. l c ld tae wn.,
who doubt the efficlcv of these Pills can he enship, arrived yesterday, Sunday., dIrct trom have taken the li)erty of laying blefonre Vou a Crushed by the weight of si; herI fair long 1 0, e c,,-Ui e na c ofa rui. a, roIdp .round A ,,.. custom then .ar, and in .olne instar-
who doubt the ealc rsons in North.Adams Black Creek, we have received the f ,ilowving short history of .themi, being more full thlian hair i, flall covered wilh oi. l % ,:,i -! s tvoruneal, ces si l Is. they heard the eond ofM-us.c all:
referred tow repute e pe n o have been interesting particulars: heretofore communicated to you." Veiling the porilons beauty of.hr face IbrIc of rural ba tis, bo,;(.. ho art danci;. Wtlie's rival pressed Menie
iliamdstown and vicinity, e at ene- On the 2d inst. Gen. J esup enc oun:,red From ;his hisloro it appears that bet-ween And' mIn. linh, on the pavement, ilh i-r alt pock ,,ts ofip a rurl bael tt o and her co pa is o sep up and hae a ree
curd of their complaintsor y Jumper and Alligator. wo ho connan,lnd .d a hodly the yve r: 1i7.1l and 1773, the ChCrokcE^ bp- ,t .,* t ,' '1'T1, colrlr o" ols c ico it Of! ant1 S"Ie ce i"m T ."ey co
fitted by their use. In cases of Dypepsta o fIndians amountingtoabout 100, The Gen- ,carne iudi.h;ud l1 -g'l], to certain traders: that "' Wii, a --'eO'S on:-;-i F n !hil slh"nn! I p r"u C r.in c nd I sarcely !.-w;ig what she did.
jaundice,.Headache."'.. ... a, I. .d.adeepanaount-nri,.-s a'l-phwf, r.,ia b-o.'--a n9:-; -drscarcwykfic,;r.iioUwlv -t1 s eodid.
Indigestion, Jaundice, Head 7th. -"s Bi' eral routed them and took 50 prisoners. Oa n 1773, by treaty, thr made a cession ofland Are. n tUP'.E. 'ew-saws which ,i minister e a. es the lose, -t._ third a car.:-:ion,w!ei' !n a fnw minutes \Vilie returned to the
Rheumstism,Nervos Disealses, acer, the 4Th,Jumper and Alligatorgave themselves to the Briih C brown, which lands w re tobe TC the fell demon pride that wrnght her fall. the laa f i e fortt, ..od btis eomd boo .bu ni was not there. is ve
,csC mp a n P e ri y e ofita, _D eal- ,o h o r h v oi 1 -n d t11 o i~ ,t M ,n o w s n t t e i y
sois ComplanIs, P Iup o up with the remnant of their band. Thseo sold, and. on: of thie proceeds, these d'bts wverc The costly casketan! ils costlier emn; n1i,i of her companiinn. is sallow as a (!E.&,dil wanderedamnon llhe crowd,, ie walked.up 'n'd
ness, Ulcers, Depression of Spirits, .h"0 e warriors stated to the General that tlicy would I to bhe paid; hat .ho revolutionary war provern- 'he ncklce and lir;i: but A! rI a ,orth wind. Thir blue eVes woo,and d own *,he strts bt b, e foned "r ,o:t. o '
I -toe fte k lc d m n oh r di-a~ r a inorthi w~nd. i 8w (11Id w hesiieR "rtIefun ir ..,
E.)iepthions fthe Skn, and mIn ans of t s endeavor t, o bring Powell to. term s, who wasted th .e execution of the treal y, and after the What weigh all ihcs,,-what weigh tale treas- dr k glac." afi;c.io, and ruby lips (,pn wilth ,l ing tol hir ie h had, done wro:nf, he had
eases, ithe beneficiunl effects o the se od e on an island-in the Witialalochce. destitute independence of the country, lI, se lands, as ,res '.st t, e iccund langh; and there too. you way sli,.ld Moenie. At lrigth a good uatured
medicine, will be ound to be certain an provrios and ammuntion, with a few de- Crown lands, reverted to the Stat of Georgia Yet buried in the ocean anl the mine, lrace. the workin- :f iea!usv, rivalry and on- lrie: informed him that she was dancing with
ectual. voed flowers. and by that State were sol, or couv'yed to Ag-aist thell precious jewel of so vy, and oher pains of love, a. .ding s you aird Ier. int a.
heV~~ -- lse wil'.ewish the genizine vtdf!o es hc i -)i r sq icsre Ie ?, t l~ht n he(I ], h I, t I -V3, ad, th r as .1,o \',1cc,rig p y tm ar ;F:: 0r. The illnlo!t}gile vwla
CAUToN.-T o wish the n Jumper and Alligator also stated that the her ciiens for services r midered. F er tribute as th o f t the oranges ,:-,., 1,- .-pened o b. I( o ,rI wood to his spirit. i< hastened to the
Pills, will be careful to purchase of the a rreater part of the Indians were humbled, and [t further appears that G.,hn became t Nor is it wanting: wilnsst the fasi tear divided amongst ... You'.l ioo. ,I;:cing roem, and there hebeheld Menie, thf
ertisedIX ensonly:nd will observe that Dr i tchoronghly conv inced th at it. was friuitless to propnotor orr representative of a!l the claims from ev.-es that dare not raise tit.ir glance to 'have heard the drumwi;,-.at fr clory afir., t'e 1 observed qfall observers., gliding among her
Brandreth's rnnme is signed ,n yellow papa: contest any longerwi th th e whites. Defeat- aI -i-et Cherokeeri A l,. no.:, afe ti Heaven; -i e o th ;,e ile r u, d tilro ll the trct!. yo.g companions lihlt;ly as ycu'have een the
which compleely envelopes the bo. ed in all their endeavors lo obtain a supply of lpse .), .yar.-, those Cherrokos are mad The sight that dui s the gilding of the shrine; hie a prtly Berap;n, vith a sword bright d ihe butterfly kis-t he flo\p; es. Fora a moment
Price, twenty-fivecents par box, wtrint- mntm tion fiom Cub b, and ofher places, they to ble,,:. that .,.. ,,- i ...,,.r tinh- they havel The voice that, 'inid the hear.!.' due;' aony, a, asaun omn, and unshea;hd in his iand; he w-s proud to lork upnnher as the qubyn"of.:
ed directions. 4 are no doubt crest fallen. The chies above conveyed their iands to secure thep paymentof' Cries aGod be m rcifultoIne a innueir aIr aeal
ed Iircto .,- -)",,, "" -, < flau;ifrd !hilismart cockadle, or belike shook a : the room,lhuthle sn\\'his rival hand her to a: E ati'
named told Gen Jesu,,. that they wouhl, with this debt, yet. that it is their dflr, to have a a p is that cry of woo. hut. 0: tis heard well lined ,,lrse a- s he marched aln' or halt- and his blood boiled. 0He approached her. She
I L H I i. N et- th -vo-; h,,pe r mission, br S gin 1 ',',wlit b yIairrpeanIIclausej-,, ted i-,hih e treaty by bh. h .hewU .lw ith gaid nmeaysh( chause insed rht. !r th at1 v. at--,i, -hvr)k av 'he e ",vb111 'h e h- 1ran r .isrned his sa ;t on in with a c !, ,, glance .AA n
W A T _4.. s! f "p"s si" "ibl e; if betndswby r ns fra "agem or. '- "1 W t h ad s by. tl ch .r a ; r issan a ed i A n-
fo rc e T h e y le e nd c-;'e d rt mle r fa ci li t s a s h o s t- A l oii n e r e s t _T 1.is e v id e n t, fr -n n t h is s t~a tion ie n t, .e< a i n b o s b f o e t l t r a 's f m o rt t h e. o a i n (]g k ir v.'d -.r"oi r v l d % .bye io n e h r e e ,, a s a c d ,a i } o b r h i
ThAr rdNnDbo s e.r te.tra1s I n 'ro n i lr ,'o ) i i hand for ther parlor in the nect+. TI'm ernw.l'L
ges, and their off-r was accepted. I that neither the Indhanps nor the Uniied ...s thr -," _. .,r!--1hcr. is tile-..k-the s l..."r-""ego(I' said the bh ero gentle Moimc.but may
r ore spo.n.rdents needbee under no ,p- have any thing to (I-1 wiih this deht. In equi- A rA strike t eir guldon haris to songs of joy. in -tie a )ain. at n i acd ^ captain.^^ '^i. ^ S at ,eii:t. u-iIPli!b ,?sJenvilhv no obecio,-v''At
3 Q-O '* preheonsion respecting the truth of" our sta~te- :ty .Gaorg'ia Iny or nm:,v not be ta] T e oc te uetn poi~ls eu~"- m u~l el'\,ady tr!)tn s nae- iatatn)!ud; -egh f r tfheIr h .re'- t
Silver spoons and spectacles, warranted the ments. W e can vouch for their g enera]cor- I subject has frequently been befltre the .[ws -- ",_ problem n :s cx r and G ., saveot he in." i emm"ny _'itg
"0"* ,- I W pr m ;Sm is e ,:rai Go d save ',he, kin-. ti Js m, ent \ir l e's r iw]p ths r ho g
first quality, and godassortmentof thinB rectnes. The O ulgee brings oflicia, des- ,ure f that State:but berco.nseed, in THE T I TY EQUI 'ES. own with the renc. :Down wi' the .Ienie';she tood byhisrldethe music struck
i3 our line, ali new, at. tile lte s-und of Be patches from Gen. Jesup, of the same Tenor.; 1iat quaonrter, a forlorn ho~pe, and the lastffrasp.-,
Is a oug I ..P.and away they ghded thr-lug-h thle windnlg
men and Walker next door to E. M. Bis- and all may be assured that }the ear has ter_- i ha,n been made upon the Cherokee nds, Thirty points of perfection each jud,-c under- cries a ,young ca.i::!ryvnn, flushed with th p. and awaythey ded 'ithro ph thew rdtn
sell. A tlkinds of watches carefully repaired 7inaiedi 'We neglec.,d to state before, that! they .,ere induced to in.ert in tlhe treaty ia stands y bre,' an b rowi n e s o, fc dnce! Wdl rod a arp .eprat
be the ubscriber himself Jumper and Alligator selected thle 18th of the i provision for this delt. but which provision the The Standard of feminine banItv denli s. Ser. eant, raves it uncouhly round his head I oath, which we dare not write, and hurried"
y te Bscr WM. M. WALKER. current month as the day on which they were j Senate rejected. The claim, at this, time, a- Three white :-and, without i'l'rther prelp: felshimself a hero, a Saso, a sar r from the room. But scarce hud ,. left when
-.. the glories of Napoecon sceeu extillfrnished be- fcnu~o n ikeso er a ee e'
Pittsfield, Nov. 15, 1889. 13 'to mee: Gen. Jesup. with Oseol dead or a-. mouns to obout five hundred thousand doears; we know loes of Napoleon s m et hd be confusion al sckness of heart camt n verMe-.,
i a o I .live. "!and if John Ross would have acceded to the That fhe skin, hands, and tooeetlh Ehould be neath his sword arm. ,Down wvi them!' tiie e. She went wronguttered a cry and fell
S8 fT ~U B T E.E" Gen. Jesup,we are informed,in the action of treaty,as it was negotiated,rotaining thie clause pearly as snow. c'I s again more vIhomenl,, and agrain- to the floor. .
iL O H i N 1 -a ST a Mi the 2d inet:' took 50 negro prisoners, 250 po- relating to Golphin's debt. it is supposed, for Three b iack :-and our Standard departure l rl ibbor t rle o a FoC d'* "a ,e el lhp, in hier turn, fe!t thi'tt shp had4 dona.
O'er 11. Sabin & Co.'s Store, nevs, and 1000 head ofcaitle. ithe want of information, the Senate would forbids momclt the rihbon streams from is sunday ,vwrongz, and on recovering she left ref'c m-'
v "BETTER STILL-OSEOLA SURREN- have ratified it. notwithstanding Ithe money Fromin dark oyes, darksome tresses, -,;, darldkv- h;at. On such incitents lurn our pr-' slti panhiona anl returned hom alone. She doub-
5 DERED. g!!t have come out of the U. S. Treasury. fringed lids, -, rvy. l ie Forbes was a hind in Berwlc- ted not but Willie was there before her. Th/
s. m m o 49D R Dfrne i.,:z:, 1'e. Ile;IF also "tile only (chihl and as] o adserodlogrIh .'i hdevr oe e
DRA PE-R AND T .AILO3-, Since writing. the above., we learn that a Among the questions propounded to Mir. Three red: aril the lover o',c)orn!inr-.s seeks ;'""p Hr e r o a w tid owe ocyher, and s laed ro e: sfrd longer ther n it had o her done be-
a- y'." returned from N ,w York with a com. letter. was r received by George Yonge, Esq. of Forsyth, he was asked whether he was not For the hue of the rose in li hii..,.,, ils and hi'n 'be ofha w ,, mthe n he ner li cr: fo r her heart was heavy. She reached..
e-ta, or,-:...ent of goods nhis lin, which he -this city. from the army, containing the grati- interested in the Golphin case, in relation to cheeks. 'f W'i i t ',s ;.ou',i a t if o i o riun" ,k no luis mother'a cottagn She listened at he door
would be happy to show to his customers and flying intelligence that Oseola has ceme into whi.h an article wasinserted in the Chrokee Three long :-and of this you, no donubt, are Withal. a of whonm ia n imnothers i n t she -ea" d no Willie" s voic a. The o wo
atll who wish to purchase. Jeutp's camp with 300 warriors. The great troieay, the effect of which article was, that the aware ? ntlal.Oo fwlomn [ ) oti ors r ot t why. She"antered. The old woman-
All garments furnished to order, with the Chief formed his men into line-leaned himself Unnited States guaranteed the payment of this Long the body should bsong the handp,loi an gh a h he roud; for his 7'ctionatn rose to meet ier. Waeol, binny,' said she,'
atmost neatness and despatch, aind in the most against a tree-and when the U. oicer. lam e admitted that he was interested the hair, oas as his h r s t i ate ar h hee b i '
fhionable manner who was deputed. to receive him, came i:, he in it ; that he was the attoilhey ofl he claim,- Three short:--an ad herin nicest beauty as ofien as his motthersel his tatel y fair has there been Wher in Wlid-Mo-
Le, Oct. 26, 1836. 3wtf approached him. and ga-.ve up his rifle, with all ants, from the year 1827 utip to the period when ars igure.shethougtto re a m or nie turned toward the bink, to lay aoide-her
the grace of a fallen hero -[Ibid.] the treaty was negotiated, and that hlie was ro pes as iry' hor teet and sho ttht tr wasna a marrow to hter Willie in honett and was silent. What's the matter
New Miliftf.ery, receive a per centage on so much of tho claim eets as --- r tei'a nd sho a brad ctnd. __ e, bairn? continued the old woman, q.3
AT GLENDALE-STOCKBRIDGE. 7ole dian War.-It would sePm from the as mit be recovered. d Three large.-and rPmember this rul, s to Now it chtlanced thabefore Willie had corn- Wihi nol wi' ye, where is ie! Hd is- com-
SI following account that.theIndian ChiefOseola 14 was tlien asked whether he hiad ;sed T srie. are .ad e br ti rule, s pleted his tweuty-third year, they were *ill in' 1 frmncv.' returned Mpnie; and iC- ,lFc'c1.1-
Mis Caroline E. Dresser informs the La- has not. urrenderd to our forces. as we were any in'uence to have this article inserted in shoulders the forehead the of a bit laise,' as thlle mother said 'to as shlie spoke. Bairn! bairn! thor'e's emetint
diie of this place and vicinity, tha sh has led to expect from h-e account received yes- the treaty? Or whether he hul used an influ- races e ouler oreea, t keep np the bondage.' Willie therefore, no rfgil. *cried the mother. tbItwree. 'fe.-
eyes.a I. went to Dus"," i!; to eur'ag- servant., but Somne foolishb -parrell I warrant-, But te~f Big
.Commenced the Millinery bi-ness at the terday. On the whole hov.-c-ior;ere is asiil e"P to have the treaty ratified witd). the arti- Threee narrow:- a maxim to every man'i 'wat to D IIie" to en o a servant; hut gorte foolish quarrel! I warrant. But tnl myi
ridenee of her father, a few irod north of a strong probability that thie to ..al submissions e t ton e in t hed i e e taste-n as fate would have nt, e seml d to fix on th whathe's done: and for sending my Monie
the Store recently occupied by Messrs. Lester of the Indians is near at hand. he the r tp ; inI lu tht tray ha e hh adi Circamferance small in mouth ancle and marost u Aty ma o n e r fielh woarktpe,. ta e hame greeting' I'll gie him a hame conin!'
and Avery-andd will be happy to receive the LATEST PROM P .OhIDA 'pave ok ( article in the reta y ; that ise tad waist, i t afraid t ener t f Ihe raw, stood a soiely ria t, hie, it wasa no Willie's yte,' replied Alen-

prti D. s e Pre t yi chn ,n v cie hiricnaleC ahd d.au ,..rtc had be aon osfnl in carrying Of ine staring fingers, fine tresses, fine cotk pwir withe r hersaye ing. ,Soo t aft mn
,t ewlry re uarle y rcei. he r op r ath ht r chief, EL chee Char.d y, tho treaty through thr Senate, as it was in lips ? r ed Monie, with h aa c l. rnie pauSed A he' fem i h e j 1 ust s e hi h0 dsrengd,


uPR BVATE LIFE O A AYETTE, were killed, and sixteen persons, prncipaHl procuring the insertion of. this article in it, the T ree .small:-and my thirty esaentiala p re moanona. tnd added, 'anl your mother'-- In *. r heart bew ln w t la.e, and at,.
Hol,,a s lia e t Van Buren, Mn moir ofW W nen roes, womeop ane idren,' r e tarog en pn- okenIted Stater, or t he. elundered Cherokeis, told- hre ad too,' replied I ,she maiden aid teais .sh- r e" a to ano d t e se b te wnd t1 qu oth
imHenrHai li c rioners A few d after thre was another must have pad about lf a mi of dollars Small head, nose, and boso compact in i ed into r eye. Pure thing-pure thing!' h eir asan iN di .'d
mr br T eo d o r rtSe d .twi lc k E s q n e an oi xli n es a ff a i r e v w h a c h s l e tnd i n s w e r e k mi l e a l s o t h a dca e w h e ri t h e r e w a s n o m o r c l a l l urpe" -odi i tIh W ioe "A w h'Oi n, I a m sy uro a dr n n a ke n ola t er, t il ont e lp a r t w at hno t her sg -Io n r


the wla by N. Pf ai lly Inaning ofgo d- two whats and f p o r t with one them i equity, than upon t hl Executive ofCo- Now the dame who comprises attractions like I what to say till'.' FYou may look at lies.aid liad pa d s hn as e we a b
petur rd l. Prayer s. for Social wor shi pa b y thousand head of attei and some mules chin Cama. t We have fallen upon evil times: those, she, and she put into his hands a slip of paperadaher e f rom he oair. sut f W villie not ht;
S Id fo b of th p a negroinformd Gen. upo ev time hae e." Will need not the cstus of Venus o please: It was her character from the minister of the s en wle, andt
B.lopt raoodo LE Oy d3LA YTTe, wr at the'Ile ndians were anxious to come THE Ser IN ASth INGTON. While ee who re amo- t with a uyt ior soe are, pis ee she had been brought upd ,dorohe-- una,'1 pnm teh eie rni to iue


S t 14th, 188 .o fth. SIn consequence of this ui n form action, one -g-atn,- -. .R o H as had be tte luck than has fallen to my T hat's very excellent s id W illie, returning te upbr idel ^ Md eeghVts
sland 's ihe chang e, nw_ e -ipa i Thegrooe w o ef ta cFrtAen ,t o ntieSe POETh r tsher .ct pv a id s, e;plie d athen ia ion a ndths ateres h- te -
o O g a t m s Tei r On euter ethe co un teredfa srablma ft -An ye- os ,yue r fathelli e whtat wstoe dad they h sast w ilin d t ho y sh oon-






N ew toods. o ,- ;s Ozwa ';' "."; -tom n,.,.,, -. ER, .i':i:'K "^ ph t
0. r T ALKE,. meet Gen. Jet.p on the 18tb at Fora Dade on M isrs. GALES &EATO ,:- have taken A YANos'S, bOs eOpN0 S. i Can a e milk a ,ow'eNo, she replide .Tht'f roost.theirwha s nsi on tho hil', tge milat
*ITee jut received a full apiortment of thebig Withancoochee.and gia e a final answer. froad nflue don literary josucc te following My Cot beside the mountain Lgkng, a pites'sreturned Wilfie. But he ooked again naids anothepnopghmrtapterparefono therfioM,
Fay LI AND WINTER Until that period, Gen. Jesp has ordered all aca s, wtter by yor accomplished O'er grown with, widwood-pin, inerfac; sawthetear ws till her o Wilmadent his appearance, Tim,
Shi so an chiehostilities to ceaaee. th counetrywoman Mrs. W hite, th e wife of Col. J. The green hillside, coi scented brake, it was like t e s hn tildin e a summer cd k a fssa tr on tal miatetill ay wad t le anrty h ry of the
er killd, andh ateeandso e c Al. Whi te, C n the talented Representativsa l e from Thei toakandprincels pine- after a s e tt i nt derh h1 ar fai mo paother andpas en increased. The w latter uns
etred.PrIVATyE L FEr OFeLA worship, 'I byureo








*ik.UGrsld Correspondence ofthner Y. Courier and e loriapo The editor ofthat journal bestows Oh, dearer"far are thoufto me, tp eas: if. 'Was her h ter fom at mister,' aor tiheo mehrssed wrn the en aeil' she rad wen oh
SLenoxOctG.2 A-r-518 6.ht Entpsirser. Upon tss elegant rnorceau a high and wrOll Than tower or gilded dome, with m monier can resrnh h e' Anb Wbog t- iou e ay1, and the former throwing on



tadtes India Rcbeers o Wa hin iorFbin, 18 anted compliment. H. give it to Ins read- Than all the thrones beyond tle son, Fomrby hirat'd Mycle Morrison ,hren rtr hi r sh d^y gownr they proc-eded to the tow
oAe s womenneru trec iave fen e reth e ns or t was muih amu sed n s t the lCtlhI o a ptre- eoa pi cypeciemed of the poortical ta. ht yf M tNw-England H om e. ear o tlheri to snsee n Thle, n I e o r -



ocoJG' WALKER- ar of^t^S ir Wieha I0 cantaodinr.mhenes wer(e addcr to th fahe of I ?-"zo upny Moho-Lad n r tim e Mi becme an 0.ce!- th aton < ido 1 lonet t:yr
OTct re6' ls aVue, and the o minge ir otfW t ait; Mrs. W"hi t.o t' ofad l ariog Ne a Her e, a b c and her bilso r vn t 1i e inon 'Pioi motre ct nlei soti g ers in !e eafternooT.' The words wlra .
d- P e ecn ons of the.^ Cfe ateM r th rewas Yaork for Europe s e to or t e y s Thnmanlylor oflhimwhseh.-nd, fi one, lvfo a uteu a if a rnoko of lighting had fallenaot' oadte hli es
hamHenry H rri o!n e Gan. sw c ott, S id n se re Ti sc .,as w i ao sIh r th rewas n o. moec aim r upon would so I .il,,- -, i W lamsue I ibnia n e'st his mother wrung her h, nds tI ag -,
y b y T h o o el E q t w a lu sio n te s tha e F lo ri ed a w a r, c a ll rk t e nt ho e m inr o i the a u p l c h E i vor f C- H er m o n a rc h m o ,.n o inw, w h er e th e s toram t wl e r tn r rto' un n y a n d c rie d ay ru in e d b a ir A n d sht,





i o V O S S t o V OSP o aId irul nt ao n o c b m n < i l 1 ch" h. rl rn 8.n an 1of ia l pas s edsk i in g M e ie that h ad m ore m e-n .
6y to w N in klint gsee Ge.Hero o p nanh e ad of utsecn tn some virit" or c vhin Hua."" e ae TO.n: ht akevni !ies those. e Oesy that ds .i t dded, uith ih aends eanslp ofpae rd er ue were ot idnuth e[l s s o f Wllie.h i iie li"





gThe Subscribers have now on and, and fro iad beeudetawoiCng to Mr. WbyN hemiised, one of tle pa- b s tn olis from te rsi ct* c ra ad il. n 'oy reached the town, and as they reoacha.
Sale, a general assortment of toYes, .such la tthe scenes i reference ht or e the subject. Mr. Mrs. White is now arain inE o wlsh e on with w o reward. he fe ook he forward to tl daywhPen e7 ito isa l -wan drawings from the qusy-
as, the Uno Mooki,,RotaryPranel, Box Wie s manner was even more amusing than the hope of rinng l, a s grn dotel-se k wh ase a lente or ht sn shoulie boee able to take a .srm of h. ovn s oad er-s ne bnd who were '.tbe
Stoves14 ,. Also Stove p.pe made to rderat the s m ter Wituc impair lenftoRepral month before hh oadle and prince pi wheel- and Menie .hould be the mistrs ole it. Bu st liIr at Chatham, from whence t oh t were
the~r F oroy f"m L n Me wh o e he a hs f le o parture. editowe went out r in company wtoi AOh where thar ane clou n t oe, n Belwicl. fai' came, W illin had a cow to s pll t ie uipped to India. Amongst thlas re-l





.For Sale by PE.C. HE. (Pe correspond bofler.'ttd .o cao uinesses and Minister to F-ance and high and fa\ n- Telrs of h0 readv oe, mele.I Meio was to accompany him e 0 tle fair. herits was Wiglio Forees. Whrce ht rushed.o
Leno.r, Nov. ist, l18S6. 11 omb ers a n ehi nd Jc iS.ymandEihe carries woth her the best giihesittohs Tn aull teP t vhose bsow y Now. the cow hire sold. and Wil-io was gal- i" moetness from the dancingg room, hT m'e
Sherwiti e se &s r dnd kindest soliciiuduA of numerous friends ring ,i th aghn, planting ronite and thelie or four companonista re rising party in t!) street h le accom-
N wMr throG oahout (he most fathioeae, refine!en .ond As flnheitr Froood m o n t abour the street. He could do no lss th'n panied the to heir quar r, he dran with
le )committ toe n e p I t te intellctual circle of onn1"h. Be Their fathers ptnd t ir cains. bestow a airing on each; and he aled h em to them-out omaodness and revenoho, drath i -
,ByWclcE marrkifville.W.Msnufhacturcngu oCo.taotwtte r eu d int-LFro ei weldletd o y&rAhth a te t And aek myself t alive with pride, C e mtl ker aoant. u sule nhitsr ote f r ca lle s er a ftern ooain .i T wThadtrI
Three Tano me.d td n L ,Ilepjers, Secend l Rnd flnd ood arte to lheeproec.tionofi tnee gifo contempt Thou art deo arer to me than the rest of the Of mountain flod, and piim rie wide, quaintancea L She was drted more gaily sing einh her hairso ,he drar k n oe had the ,.
cl-, ave bany u uohee on tetine work ar Mr. ,r is replredh that be hadnothingtodo eart oil l ole rin 01 then f ir I oemn wlernrss--. than Me e ,orrio-, and her fcin wae not so rent, was f'rofln, he tooth bparnt Aa
willebe old tery low. with the cnhcu ttonofWhitneyoroanyman; Ay, 6 a i as my own natal starO '-re from the din of Lordly o tl yrife, fair to iook upoti, rrt it waned the ,sol. the w as woo drn po Mndw itheathefu m re, 0 ).






A. P. DI)CKINSON, Agt. 1he llad n~ot vote'd on tlhe committee. or in ;lhe And though I should sece thee not-even for Tlio frowns of Royal Heir. charm that glowed in the countenance of (.ho uor vet r-.ged in his brain, maddsoe *n~~liq.,
,.,tuvy ooma Mr' s.uWhi,, ,t,,,ifee.,o Sh lostilitiestoe ald irle niimprecateion s 'own tmde al l thight oy the e a ah' ,r an oftc ni s a in e t ler. i nr a t o s \h ,e bab ofy e er f eraIt ha, lTeerna few w eire a out'h'; for mCe






A Wh e n b r Ers h v n O O De daS aP s t'a e e u etaro mTol o ak; at. W sp i clte a e w ati a de n de ored tierac e m orerilltsche dtnetyeaa p pair elmstee awdn
ae a genera 0assortment Stoes, s c ohl e c enes in re feren dC t o uth e ruando Fl or i a .r.W he l ito i0 anw of t r ny jurspe, Osh l ,ler tadr haear e th huJrnt-,nbae au tiful. foede ills omar ,'iv.d o el dlayten hed hit 'scaan dtsh w es d rw i te qurt Wrowingo n






,4. L U ine- ; loo, O ct. otll, 8r 6. fn ncu o e 's e nan ne t wat even m o reBandusing thl h n t w roan t A h p go rdi ndd h ro healthi, wh O r 1o.;lec'al b le s M ni l t] tale<. and t,,m ,, ilI a twnu sowT e n t hedpr o cr d e wtho ee th 'reA.-
W ]oeme.iy bAelsmdo p ma del o 1 orer, Il th l o. r fscuread-bfo lltl icoml?- 0 1throne u d lfo il sorntl,|hi e ,er d hir and td h e ,1,d ,. in ld ber isill tte ezs tol.irce mli.. B uolthd don 1h h s to: hatods frhi mo The ynqa th e e s-
Ladvi e"s a s t"end a Rub.er.rscbeforehrcArdnwherrtheohtaod echoing hilomentF 18 -oo rn terwie mr e, t ,e hd a womwn toat s ell e Whlpe o nda byo m bai re
K "e i r F ac t o yio n onof.esc W ise n rid v e dowh e t h e C otr h e xa m s fr ie n cdde psa rmue h w e t o u t enb yo m eyn o w ih T e l lf os o. o nthr ead y nyea li v wla s M i s e a wa s to amep ayne t t he fa r tc r s w a W i l ie F For e s hc ir er u s h e d







Oc t 1 da e h, EC K s itEi.nto t sl e p er i std wie ses r M iiter t r e hier le n to r y I r thI Ao b o t r
LenoxNov. st, 18 (L 11 in ther def nee ater th acc' edi. and he ily aml r.e cariesnwihservant.bstWwisesc an, hisN m.othero called dand W iriinwashee-afnerdneson.'uTheedawirdsrom, h rc.,



committee of);ihe ouio had got" through wihM lni k.'de"t s n)ea'.roua. fr. nd. as, A fe sh o hau; ; re; !ea in .ni t>".ifa"crtyf in h instreeta; hen aoi t -







^^ ^^ ..or'" ....^ '" ,,. "...rt^ ot <-"o ,"*"o ,o., ,,. o;;; ,;;o" ,,oTS^ w. ^ s'
ally rt ite, a n d ts .to m ee ciallybsieh th luY r hou t or E r op l st fas h rion b le, thref ne y br, n T he' i iofath i m ew r c hal n ean d ote n ed thr m to ther- oat o d a n ro n t
.ir.Tho psofnth e pourt Mare thiah ttheiln since I-oloirc leafo r iend.fil.art mther utie d so ta
"' o th1 H ouse w s appointed a oooi ar- l m mf t
Fort I the bbootaer.hIreitheuusuthy willrie' rera fwiir wAre c;eteelt ,n'robrdrnI n three hingitdnikindnessnin it
t o th)ur vi5 .Ka n0 ..c ri, C o n t t e p o e n i~ a d t e w .ld b e h a p y F a eelg h tb y th e e a ndm i or io f m y b irth a n i i p p o H rA l tn sk w h o re g li v~ i o xe w ith rideontspre a d ou r. a t e -we k soWlhi e fo rn d h is d a a i s nn e n d g a n t h r al h
t h r e T a n t u d t~ o 1 v e r A p ,Hron i f mr i s e wo d car s wI t nsu sp e t s o m e a s s i sj t To] eh I I e a t h ey e t o w and -i i el y r a ii ~ i l far W h je sr o mt h e n urd ik e Ivthi s m a s ot e r' s d an g h i i ty .h a d bn ee enra p o i n t e d-fa~ rmi n s o v r e a c h e d t h e l o wm b ra n t a sheye oa h'a r
: p e e', o0-d49 n h moos a ti bithepre ea,, rllonto W im r atney nsfo r ontcm t. T ouilteaertm tdatyret fth O outanfi er, adprirewiandua tnW i.lliwe d)ese m re gil was ur erhto, edr beep rh e
Subscrib\ e rsh aveu now d on han dwrkand f ro.had se rde pal ied A, Wis e odneo ft he pa.od h e artm A d s le n vihores---thnden brilrliantn h r fceinte l rntwa f.rgtCen he toite ou ty h
will" abensl eryalas ortmntofithessu hfa e prc~enes ti oofWtn eyo referenc da s yo n aa sa!I;,c f'mte toinhofsubjec. Mr. Ii we, fairrdto I llook edFowad onbtii \a l ld aye onwhen w as cs eelor n iu drwh ni/e hefromes the lqv --
A.. ) C S N gt eh d n tv~ n h o ite r In M rs.An hi teisngh Is o wu againeithe nut-epe, orwi h I erIo eseall dayl ng h eCuOi,111rt I~temr'sw fn lin hol) d b bl o a e-pham h son, fO andd o nigrerui ts n oars h o wene ti be
as, rtheUi on, oire Rotan. Fr1n8inBox i se's a nnerwed t a se enwitn esse usin g h aso n d I mthnet oip f rf t ihe r a h rays 1, wh ll nichte ars. iusTohe hsby fan'dftihe lon bee whipere abot.th far em arkd f or C~ t am T ev s e a
e,,w o o l p,,ktetuhto e ii hssit(Aead ni shud at t he farm stead s ro fnd it.. that .sai d twen at ham, ds front twhence the--w ere
Stve ,~- Alo 2.St~e pipemae O.D cl~ttemondute. 1e aslnt fri t sin o fl a irewell o r~eve, land frysr Oh ee aI gi om isJa asfn f\iloF re;ad a i olak sw r Amongst ei a tse e,
Mr. h W ise urr, bd le est i euy a lready giv ren i;i bd e f0 e rae andthlrt ef oreeIle OfiA d 'wh ereth, oldandockbulin hsoneertven k hof ht taml illit, )!w a citr o splhErlan le shippedt o nin'ochesa. hy p lldo -
a" or I SSa e [by PECK & Pn,S o r s., c you n vld ee l p e e rmii~y n nv t hmofcallovrleate orof- if o er r oan racher ah d hap tiots efirle. O fa m arto ,Th r p h,.ataiy h tlemban d hadtv rdhp h n ess fronten ruhe da stungtl, e q'
Len xNo. I sarnto, 13.36- h, 1 1 i fncetheideincth a fteo ~ n, r ofe acn~edla, gandte: an APrid \shecriped~s .cotith eryh et was de. Oer ofiNlg ioler i von s e n r ow tereyetNow.hadhea w ird thol. a"nd Wi l rulied wasTh egal-strtchd o. ,e'--l ,, ,hd r'et
"ltV~~~~~iere~~ comemtu 2,i ddto t irtah rtee o r a e w'cur sehad efo re th e or n- (h e ough 1parttli i" 'ved nA flus hil .e i o n an d l 'n1rei r i ll latine bre ez ie th a ndtj.rcareofo urs e o\\'pnion h, e--sha ecri ed w p rt iil e street ; in e Be Co "
ini te ,ici", nimnt foxsi eonf a d n h i sh rerouA ,]s -)lroniindIs -ge ou n t ii e- w l op '0 th r a t f a W ~ an th a rt e h r mother q I -rl. n s,:,, lie. d r y ank irt,
their wtnesses. & n.eJ there As ift.irwblood screnotsI'moAeabout hezzast. I e rorlcrdotin lh.s..
D ~t'y @ ple. I-'rofaniiy \v~s the ordcrnfthedayat t hro ughhout fthat'e tomoorstsfarig. Yesal he']]t,'nl bd kew isnrehrfinecd-.- ,In(h];,ini':
M. rayTho mpstonhexpirest edt ile vewt m ,hat tie n telv TihereU;dte it rd: o-ir fathr reno ,dt tra cha] in s.bet owealike o'yolw:olne c\av eoban tic14. !e -Infth io s \,tiihmho i s hat ndr opiodn ndrevenLrdi nk r -~
egthrwihmaF o thr valu le ,art csot i~ge tstand hebst" th ofc thehe Tht ttracecoks it tei td.chaircle of ona ad re. n,]enttloand.ser B. ieran ei I -, --- 'Si -









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.JM .A SSA UETT EAT -AGLE .






;t.,.,t in, b: :,l but themselves, in a lIENS. that e t t ,e c indr inin the charge, journey. A feeble and dying rally was made committee, expressed his a-tonishm th -t
j : o:u tace was forgotten. hvy. cannot Hiens be made as profitable n bine round t e fires i auld of ause be t ar he ae :r othe 'th .i r.asma, ac expressed hs asto shment that
;; .rm d tean 1 0 V. lI l tyofie v viOiftas the summ irg trem1y dangerua i o- a onr tr ois o a emtstre report should be made from a committee
,Wlho w.-i P,'ovoidinfor tn In now,, il, ,y t, wein l io"tatha tthefsummer? o imi tremly da, 1n.,"asthey ,v,,uldgol offi .ev-tr,, t oeve nt its assago before oofwhichlie was a member,a without t s h ay T- sbsibe ',aba e r

n.ve !ie i. -, nwl r eured the dbeorso e Ito s ar th free to go at large, unless their nmbur is to be d eased off. tld Mr. Poinsett of South fctly in unison with his whole career as an A bill concernin t op f ba g pa redoa hi e f futb uie, h b ~e a no e
Sb s so large as to consume, on th supp ly, Carolina, is certainly to be Secretary of r. executive officer, which has been one contin- reading.se opinion i e







...... '.!,a, r M ote sherro wit; oMa virh distance, which is the case where Great- prrparaiona are gotng, o .here for scene. of folly, inco is ccv and usra A bill in relation tote par hnt of inde e ;" r
<.::*;;:l:% :''i : a -rg e flocks are kept, and it will be found that Ina ration. The cards for tFe ball and lion." As soon as the administration troops, ties by France, was proposed. &,c. & Of t Comole lt of Mitma
Sn I s a supply of anmal food is furnihd: H re o ia also to be a dinner-ating in honor was fired. They did not ven dem and the York f it as a dangerous measure and one which al concern, that all debts











I your -ife I in ,JZolab deptioe sIhge, rr if sLL of of te occasion at onoeof the htofes't heb r elsV as and upcf t permitt edhn b i ll opas s s i oas calcuJaclated 1stll Oct 26im 8ints JNOr G. STANLEY.
icaud,, er bead, b a. til1 r ant. e %t i. onior, s ,,i t theal uset nd fof d hensa with at the Pres dent's as cacuated st further to derange the paid by the first
i i x to oI at tt o-il,, iiib;npart ofhiens to contribute to their own suppo-rt I s frqet ( rges, t g te n d ie e hogs. t the triumphant u rrenc of sthe c ntry.o lu t.
l in hopes tit some one may be benefitted I cip Ot he p ro el enl t B uo t o 1i Ilack- opE NL' elt io ioli, fi'o-l eewith rictbrewould neith- In Senate Tuesday Feb. 28, The Fortifi- s ale3 or 10 tons of first qual-
a ; 3 a .. ? b8 ;-,s t n rb e ,,;roo. o oLsi sf.,-.n os sa S en^atc casion \ o t o f t
it aI t i o i i er viichis certainly all I ask, or expect for in r eer s ai s or o beraeerd .ae t wllc ins to ocaea i or receHve, nor give quarters. hey were cation Bill fro t e tie ouse to which was i 0 f L poty of hay.
an 'cd or d her o bre hat wa s oaied icr and labor ay si t ly calculate on a clear profit s.ment. n lt e d States stating that the int ationhe Pres- attached t ermeddin e r. Bell, for a Also, 00 eet clap boards,
















lre.7- th; par.- '. i..! nor lh d. W*,hat > ,lngor (l11e.) Farmer, their unwillingness to settle their accounts reney--Executive usurpation-a T vi to u r
th ', hey l t e ns, i order to spp e s, require as a la d i Saturday niht, 11 o'clock. am ill tthe nol bll"- l, let d tbtio of te of r s came up for on- A d 000 etinh pine boards.
















S i t ,y n r a t .\ L A isE gi r d e r F L O egA g-- O S E O L A to cv wcr)o rR Ita-r n..., ? ... ', c e o1e condition, sthatthey be supplied ithi a port to Eto o thoe Yt bCurrer in'w teras the reply h app r oed thesamebil sideration the ps ri s ng ntere into
tfo of Mr. Va ", "" ..... Te nJneat wasJbrsklyde-NGTON

,,rs, :; ::! r :.r ;:r r eyes a It turns out that e of orle I ndinsctb is T .e Preside nt is very, vea ry feeble, and will rotary of the Treasury, and to pay over the year-decline of our national f to 19.apthe rm of PECK, P ELP
whtrn] d. ysn y son f rxcl ed 1nIt ca eod, n: t hat Goe. Jes as return- tot be able to commence h!."s J journey to the amount belong in or due to the ted States iamtion to disuion- Jaobinis m- w as passed to a third espect y nvte a the
: a but i t l e is so large as to consume, bey on toper e s fa apply, of Caro b a it tertaination be Secretary of iir. execeferred officer, which hasittee n inancontin-m for more treading.han twenty years




















1 .;: ,il! u,,l :..:,: t, paint their si rrow. Me- onthe1h. Another party of Indiansa0!d ne- "h d'8mtv f the station that any Ex-Presi THE TARIFF. y beautiful andl appropriate in the followings risene. 0t every exertion" w be made to
i ;u -y. 1y.t: .l..- ,:; u :he,..r~!f'ife, she within r ofvith distance,which is the cas where Great prparaion wa r Departm ent, on motion of Mr. Davi, n to strike co and u rp- A bill in relation to the payment of indemni-











;cu. Th1,. t I s .-.ian s lost o killed i d th i to i tae p nce at the whie oue lt fro the i of articles on wich it was sent into the world that illustrious nan, eno F I H HILL
.. i so. :.y uI,,n t.ie ground,a,; as the re flocks r are kept, and it will be found that I im ration. The cards fi l the ball and ioe." As soon as the a dminis rain troops, ties by France, was proposed, &c. &c. of the Commonwealth aa
S o d the widow' cohagd- e of th. in pri oporti, foundl.bed on theii s a re t, with Alabama King's and ilicovered a law.e firmness off but whch e lived to accom theirOn Sturdy, evening, on topponents,e road between


























h^ !,;! b oon -ian g d by the fill, and ..riendly declaration, net hciadions were op peo e RELATION S W LTd M EXICO. NP''su and to sil millhonTworslup at its shrine, Lenox and Stockbridg e .I
he v ',,, -I othi, came isbe. as the inmberof fowls increased, tin- Speaker Polk' names at t head thereof they surrendered at iscreton. Not a gun To PRESENT A m STaTox.The Ne or sale by c e ,
wrong, i,,i-' I, .:. !,: 'i,',-:,,,. Fimr less a supply of aslnal food is furnished:I Iere 'limre is also to be a dinner-eating in honor wxas fired. They did not even demand the York Times of Thursday says, ,IVe speak of JNO. U. STANLEY.
y:ar rin:i ', :. i %.e h: i .ae ~ d oe!, is ai setrt worth improving, and if soncn r of the occasion at on ee of th e hotels. Yeas and s, but mit the bill to pass the administration of General Jacks as tI e Oct 2tTE,.
t v h tue r .bo ;, i r i 1a, sho had veto i readers wh o live near a slaughter ts,,, To-mor row we are to eat the big cheese, subsileufir t mmd eost eventful.inour political history.
i dr pp saran in cae ll t th e at a feed ens wi Sat te Presi b, dent18s, in onoofG ore W of tash- Yes-Generalesident of ad inis tioe U. S. in re- roof, be Containing various articls of ladys apparel.
:n e if lhier bo .y and kiodrn, did not inspire a 'm n ,y i wy will fiibe it a t emood business, so, lon as in on, A r I a er drew Jackson, and Ir..e following resolutions eac l. welly- rty d c ntroverslt, has been ," st T rber ing ut a mile and a quar
S h i e n wi lei t. I e i ed J -erig ate- in pri cs n demand e for them. Wheemin CI la the mons e, thiw advertiseit was a mgh-' FiI 'n o ii .i
lr~u'xx.] n e, p crs, that a- ose s.ii. sie, 'lout'.lit hen fowls are k ept yarded, they require ty (I mean no pun) affair, and very strong scoN sEssioN. continued scene of strange Ma -s. '[he The prm
til:d er) ui utiher wel;t wari .Itne den it h,,. 'usme or burtot bfnes, gravel,imleat, in or graiI sceintedo, presentolug syiptimls tf seieedy ani- FRIDAY, Fa tuie-Air r 21, 18137.. Iunjtisloexercise] of the Veto Power--the xar 8the 1firm of PECK& PHELPS, was dissolved
xIars. h, c vis C reaa'. in" a iaecent of r. c naid ptiure walker. Supply them vwith these- motion. Who knows but it may take it into .SENATE.'-The Chair presented a mnemor- upon the curremmcy-the infringemerits uponIt f ls VnPtant, by mutual consent.
e t t ilicmis of \V,1 i to in the e authority gor entshelter aingd ianto term, aroo in iter, its ead t promenr ade the hall for our diver- l friom the Directors of the Bank f the U orld withe Conhout it on-notemplates it wi th admira- Lenox Feb L













lto-a.. s i a der cafa pr e t.nore ot htheer cop ncril ed -n i t he ie ls in eicore- et l r astte to settle othrr soemunts rency -ixecuthi e sii atie eion-a violation, of b e














1ayled, rum le addrd- a uthy oul d hi oileityi oeat i !his por i-en o Saturdaty tlg het, t oo thgoverunmi t ofl .1ne its oor r e ofthe O an L Conme ant of r thro r d pok jo- d- -
ra;tde b u yo dir,.' ? oIOhi asd a' rad t un o inone enquthat the the ch r iofacl hproiith the U itna te d Slhtich states was et ioretn ti at public faith l toss of co fidne enorm o na Wa Lne I A P i P
1, t ir 1e k idn. i' i e t de rvU on it a AlligVail- l NT O r C pO ND E E fo leoStc a i LAoT was onder e conA wito i actxeuly er reidy and willino g toih e accept cr ase of public expeditsh l rearesmat35o a The sbribe ae in enterece paro






























SW!;ll a aist er was thong a eoht b e my W IGO ebrrur y hdP Mr. VforNroe, a y igf' nation, lo o'febk r. -ar t re sid i s .ereby res- enea] at Fenwick oon e the 4th for. i
it.rni' s m ii ru i ren-e r a i T p roly t p To tic Edio' ,if tie aN Y. nonrert. terms so t forth in that re port of thn b e c- exrpendedle in the spg ropriatoti s of a single neiifre so he fromlto PEeC P E s































tih m tn.elead B t pudeni, c,%1B ,.Ty NOt (glth \vuol ,.dtb^ .upbesiedie rtwe sp/ er cennt cOatere ientnd, paritn i mpre ssico un ar made Geneal Cocetn Col Wr n o t s et a rsphos es t Pr a
ao buied 11t r la b h Pt t or for Exp, IIt tunons tiht tha' ,Seiate n, the i rif The residen t is ver y, hiery feeb le. and w ill rota n e T ea r tof itove Bte i e -doec ut io i a ]io a o & Cti o w o s Pei o te th

th iilvalir, and Mt nie a- l d m heix,; r would Mr. Wrights i.-P- eston, Cals houn,- to the House; t ce Hous e reversed the dof hcis- should come upt there being apropos tion 'at'No series ecool tnnk i
Ii.,I tate'l ttairt dr assa-ulthad bee' re tnhiief A tE,',oo,1I the Jn oftAe.i to take np hIs loAgints xiety Mr. ed draft on Fra nce, purchased by the o an General Jeackson the most. iPbi afL in our Grateful for the liberal patr'onauge rece edd

r tl si- forun And Wri t B e son the mrnin of the thi This from tcide Government.at it was not t pending to request an appropriation for the iistor" e 'k E re s, by the old firm for more twreading les

















fth',r if f tattnhe ha s entip n FereArm sbare C e od Thus, this bant g of a fe i b c ordered to be printed. There something original f iendsa Minister to Texas. He ate keveryexertion well bemadeto

















)cendi,: : on thc hi ;s, rar. hi4 story--'Fifty The trial at the Ar enal tle still-born, and consigned to the tomb of hoped some other day would be selected. E hereby given, that the s ub- 1Of o n u der heibrmom Et HEey mL
Sand .dam d geon. I ur onl v food was a House of Representatives tn e ai nd opporni un- as then made tis wase station that a form with T as would noT beautiful taken together. Admi nst rat or n the in te folow i le a n o a w rtr
isity hndul -of r ice, once i twenty-four sty to do soeith g and, accordingl, -dent should ta omie iiate himself inder tie roof Th aer e c ed to the further con- copied from the Baltim resas, la te : ofBeck- s a he


















potr Dth 1' mel hnue nu oir i sams o at ,o u t io, b C f. io utler 'ho han won olde opinions in certain impoted ae riches, the question hein" tle anniversary of that ouspecious d iy, on o X O LIVh R PhECp
Stereo. He c heered me in fvr and sickness, copy of itwith the important amendments a.ran other a of t whenever SATURDAY I, F At the law directs. All persons ha- thatthearan t re psand







































le to t w aterf, n.i- 'p.. ie e nd ao h t r w e ed a n nwu IiA M I H I V d e m a n d s u p o n th e e s ta te o f cd hdgt
-ileseaitousrnsse at.lDndicainsPirv indhis esnhs m t Representatives. too against eddlig Tari d deceased are iqusted to man, te 9ele.
would start, and mention the name of Meme! evening, the four hundred thousand dollars me to attempt duenscriphionl e n I hieft the Bo TARIFF: exhibit the ssame, and all reasons schools. -n ev. Wm uu D DPnesi



















* 0,sir!- inlerrupted cieadt o ewo- p. f0E teat o et is "to be devoted to. ea rril i oht teo .were about to T oe bd to ale ndamndt everalrain eb t s ain d tn t n ale ofaf tb t hsc
'in et 'nre, uhae u dt r-'s s nameu, t e iutio., n sa leg p es w els, md e n and J o rdu- tMr. Ale xander Eerettis tonpliasha Van aftersodon ebateot asdi toeded pain bthe tetoa d .Asl lIi e mci., t o o f te a ugusle of o on n y
t.ir the captu r wIre ma km, aIme d thve d, hi....t. 'Ne,(tl' a to n ^tm at ot sGou t, 10 i rl Pmihrtro, tg eta i the laic t cser y i h h
iii- eg t. roan tr A 0 ode r pnem- ua (50 of itoere leopce nw ithi o acks) Globe, and on due season wil ir receive a foreign tx ea s 1 i s e t i pd a s, Ji their attempts dtos to execute which theende,
e1;,', d 1 nfro hiA coh r- e, red tiout a le al o, o th t r w bro ,t e oi TtSo ths duly on salt is to be reduced, if this h.adm in failed ; but hich hue lived to aceon- Oi a ros o a 'Ht ethco on thero t h
a- p:. > i' n fo m hist'c e ui nd y ..... mea rif catl moe wore Iatuer T sir inmissmoi n as. a reward fo- deserfimig his princi- bill becomes a lax. had a S aturnaymittenof G r od Mass eean
l1 i ,'u -' w u i n :.heIoIec tle. v d how .'x cotit a aie I.t aem edpi mf 3tlx arimoe ir fu m id l n t e r ein.isat r wl l e m e
s.. ~_-uedutf'ut .d... .aore i i d me e s t 't i oi' te lcrire e se .ratio s o it. o e e. b
wn ll "brI'-:be gtfeo."rdf ..... wtflo d eoro, at p t n Ivdrn -dsu'l iandREnhimselfun derte c roof K en at e o Mced d, MO r t h at trusotby gilions borsonp at its shrine, ttee
.. .... i o'i'e i. myi' h.. .e er, a ito m e thao e xatBn w'e opr iS E RN' and to fore se e thrAeugh t he ist of futurity,
.i ..d de irrn... a.himo t.on n p. Jm per, n wos mo abn E' tr' c from Coi espondence of the Courier Mr. Ii owrd from h e o m re ue ittee on Forte- countless milha ons yet unborn apo ll nations th AT






















A. a ye vnw tm ,' be ppro A co'n- The e ct, w f tho arie w. grovgt e oi at r A d o lt bre Nr Bn o al e s d d e ast ar e requesta e d o tUiou d yr tonOIVE R E C.
t'ler co l e. A-i in". d Cii, tr It' wii" lbesI'. cir ume win g ait' a t ant,by whfeina com per- anll d ]eo nquir bler fmn s in ( ll mr to Hubonar d ic rt e feredt he t t riesa e fndi rau p ersnbig














































ea "t u0acio"s d ea n !ito ani shimsanelf forward t Me'. C o's a MrPget n "ti sm r-e- f, lt the t c, Wxiom, 2othat Corp orb, 1 o7 "o root. S t ra ge ,Tnll variou Warkor u to T m a kanes l oif re .. ass..d
SeIcmed m c y e message oote Uliinn h ite P oeyes pe ean- a s,
t flhe u- 2: itiy O umind i o, ; dw h1 nt ..i penact no the cwmhtiouls of fur illhing th e oulate i t xt n iessisinga tle manouevres in the lodostiom tolelo madeto at icses t whis c acy of the American Staes; ts majestic Aim thescrber, ihviagabe t a mile and a quar
"rI tf tiet mio. d.bs ulln tbn i trogety h o. T O n th s o caion ll t rood R is atim ibgnit "s ot, ,erednig t rt to c Mo eo usrofwhehrhaeni e ah cader sPneet e pbayng o r s e














































....ti.is h ivd yeadr m, no, I o cloi m. ,vee ao rade nse ot ate o thato n w sr pro- vat h e, for hfsl hes w nothing in Wright a netie Cooper ha ve a ll aortmen lls Cartvl eOw enE oAC Yr 3 a n o
u sorb se i h sooded o n ou O W o o st siap ate c m e a tha o inCi- I t "tie the Amerie h e n flag, auitl injuries committed h o world x without it contemplates it with admira- Lenox Feb. 1.
an- u- h so d tan o r oi e term s tAle on i t l, poe xdng fu r a dstrabutoi n of the nurp lust poe of a ic i i then ofi t e aug t y n e o
cc.ng r peace or wr xi'as vestd a n ai thac rhin w easury t o rt ca thrue 1st January, 1838 t, n tath en oyt'on e J N CeKs a ti
















































hu ts. b mi H ho di e wflbi' on thie eyo 1 k owi lgreu c ad iix'owit grnc'at asi'ty, an i o Mici' ea l u"noq able hrdnes a ws l ton, takn ong, A a.) Of exh i rit rte sameyan d a ll ps M it ooe b y 2&S
the M:jo ii ;e. it upr s on d heolu'' en, en ti h c a ie l the oinciOtl chief to ha e ho h tao B uer ame form as p or, idet last se ssion fr ce o e nf the Mexican overn- cue s ; and th.se wa ose happy lot it is to























fe ctot 'rai haii s d e b he et li caen Mrn "7 s *o e aont a" tatt corttlt e were te xo ta r n t ta ge s t le ao e, w au-oderl within t a en y p hwea t eaeeplet y ants PPHIEC PE -E' & l 1P r L PS.
...i .....-.xxx n iy c a o delid e ur pronseu tatmfIl to rel rt their proced- th e edst ,butonot thent souls. Even 1nCoin- n ict to ak sui l atcMnit o A ve ivts it. eo h a ny d
























h Th M ni n ru ,e tora won th opu e a. .t ly o hei d yon' s oltbi a o b redu ed, iea te ts e a nrsr i t 1 '" e1iA1 J adT with a gra tyoMi.nr
thueo ''sM ~ t" h ial a pension h" hd Ii dsirgs. bIt he expressed h itatoh favorable to inte ee txvas tost, but de reureied n i int oithe onge s of tinic d the for.s wx which h F e v ied o f alls e r
*,iso pay i 'bosi-- ti ""thee t to pace, as did ahso chief A iati' 'gro '. pr house ts morld g. id after at rocrastinated .mg measures to obtain, immediate iedress, by ages and nations hmave sighed in vain. One yoke res, Oe o f scale ee re o
*' i, 0i thi f -. 'c', th o ld ,. .iaed ty Of hostiles twers vi ed rbhny seveo-al o the ieat, t xxa crrtd. is put t amp of the ex erc ise of its own bowxer, This is the monument of s e vn gn0h rodo PECKs r c
S; lIs a nd I ,1 11 oft f IeRELHELPS I CO.
i,3 lld x ead",, ,i.an id l e.'r nefrendh ely Creek chiefs, ai llt y wre dedody Vaneit rem. es io i ciemplete uproar. Mr. Van- Rosolveis, That as an evidence of t he de- worth of himan inferior one c asorruld nt b s.o...o.. .
rn-eerpeo a ivas "orelrt as eonseyf oi o ttat e c p o tiese t- e op-..o a t- v c ha t u usual ;Mr s e of tme Americaim goverm topes eve edb
o lie-ltte sout von.inL-mo ,at. sno alfl Juri aF ter s wu ha b Alligator promscd to an *t Gtre e .
m'uiues- u i u'tlittGeeral.tho ewdiferent -arlpar-.. witn2" quizzingglass,,"measuredthe hen ,temndfie".a Meico, asltongmisatheisaimienayv becompat- has, in. pursuance of a resolution from the Sen.. E giah Popular Reader or Complete Schnl
- ..:: .... ",yb/=,^..^,V ro ,e "r "renP. r ofwe Presid er ntr- ,",e.U.. ..,r,
I,. s ,li esteto. r first r' ly, ; 'S:,he tx-as toilievt, iith ,erscoto n uspen f hot ilitietS emi ate.u t i, of his d w ctn ittt ,e uiten.. despondingt. ,. bAe r ith that dignity' which it is doe to the -atediido .ted-tat a hoard, to be composed of hcr by the celebrated author of the aie randka ir
-so .,iW s ivel sai soe, r ueh s t'w tl e T o troops. e cm as ar an portentous pope of the waited Statei to preserve tunim-T tierres o coB oonk.r
',- *s u Ha Lueu uBaro wasaaepl, oit hi -rpl....tpairedotheeProsometeebf hardlishereby r es-ro of fic ert of Hs,. or brevet Trigasie Seeid qoof ioSchon.z"I "
x'.' c u- l e'x IIy a tear--,"shme, ias to be mlythau Ihb-, mu enrengr'not ro uilc ,at P t Dd. Mr. Vanderpoei d in fit of esperation, offer- p A r icaP le ,a indu ret Ged e'al J. R. Fenwik Colonel of the 4th 'I em leased with te plan an ttr of
ie m us] M iatbnlo. -Butp du at l to be hu_. o that du olt ard the wsar. n dui o "'ro.'ief.o...rm i Pa ym.. .adter '"h"eney bevetyon ,o r g b k d
brlen l ',ur m.im Ih Nitd it ila why rllo'ul i're Athn mf)Miope lit' party rallied. t0 g-oer nuerent of-Me:ico, for redress of tme Ord iiance ; Lt. Colonel Waihmivnhg1,t, Marine fining more words, annimeximg iustration3s
ye aure iedci' It.r ya; l sh lhofIwh ita,', aim VASIIING'ON CORRESPONDENCE. position was in order lie considered it o c dIshlly l officnted to its noMtice.an. Hugar Ord inane whse hassemleti t o uo
1.11 hairvii But Meimi 'efised to iidtea to The hlouise at w'oItrk agaimt.-Tho Anpropia- that it cothld tiot, iin his otihniou,. h in order Mr. thes rsolitomo s m st excite debate. ThI e the purpose oftestii the improvements in d
,:1hehsumn bg'd to gm warm in thme "Pennsylvania" friga'e.hThie Elplorguledecideod that tibtli)r osedi amndeotnt mos in us would be laid opn for discussion, wheen Baron aokett. "lrenPr saloe'
ir e itim eer. Au a eI fri thIis decision was made te Civil and Diplomatic Appropriatibn 'Bill Res., E'yerdumo
heat-en-, a eltair has bue 'lt to tie duor for Expedition.-Tlmc Seniate on the Tariff t ouse,;Ithe m o ua errev rsed t e d cItii s i en--W
th it!nutpay:ua, anI : M -denis a ud h-thib a' would Mr. (Vri'phet's Bill .--Piestoni, CahP wun,-- tttti os r eoneroemu h eresboormol
racium' hi, ,batTles, seiges, tortuenes.u Amid Wlighut, BenGon, ltmmaubana. -Ihnn-ie- ionofdtrm T imiros, uithis banid' t t a f er tie peansa dn toieu stsit o a ppropratio e 'sr tIm "" "No" seofduct schoolbooks, f'o r re ing Insy i-
1_1 t- 1 tth sn i m Ilsin Fiwere vi A t rm y s.-B uoti e i' hu tus,,idRa esla dT atfa s t ettoex ege, is so well adapt-
.'ss diig on th e F ulll s, 11ora l s d story w-, ittsu 'a endluse trial attirte Ar ntm.-- eya ere.nrdeci dedly--i,, sr .eibnarthAderhnsngopedtha tth txxo pres eiofii t o po hwbe ]d.bher e y oi ren, th at th e suso
'inis we-'re malte Ilisoncrs. \Ve-' wveue chain- The discharge of R eub e r.n XI hr, .., ett Aionluo as pmoretpositdion'tm an alr r oi ith ei o & ur etionst scri ber has een -pint ward
t tl ,Il mum to iix'xn, aud cast in a dm,'k, intarrnwty wh'atich I informn i you lwast h ,ilac, ithnotprbyteonhargradatteouarelationsevitiiexi o orreation
a dlmeny oo Sa Tt iv u oirt te was thou imade; this xas, to atd, in tme forim iit Txas, w'old anot taen together. on the oe tary o fr tasteful amd elegant wriin. And throuh
ad llgtopomse o el qizzinglass,-h irAm sthe wt Vaol umih palius is takeim to enable thke
aido daenp ddigeriirstTre nly frwas o fIdil w r oh i chtiring 'hey ,'eo distinct proposit ns.--Laidonti lisha H. A dams, late fo t Beck- pmp. l to reatl iite aioibly, which ie will do if
sc'a'mty handful of rice, onc iin tweuity-four ity to do sonethuimng, anmu, accordingly, th -aroisd
toucs. Death i mercy thinned our numbers, are now hard at work upon the APosrtil ritie t u l (roopin g od er. tc e al n ta th ae ptouse f r a ThieHo. u e d e sfu t orprog resthereet, intwho 'ora n officrniz b vBe rigatieo.re so f aithool tooks.r' ,l
;')l o r ade s that *la ra ged amonu s mful lylls. e'heywetinst. is ade s ion a sthnmet t the House fi'oius 'lle Ary ppro rise ion m iad Fur terpr ress Bin t e et, in ed ountd oa Ba e rkshir e lils i treme anoui s fi hf t he thuorhes p
ivin y chained to a corpse. All died bmut this umorniming upon time Naval piropriation susthis nderion ai blys thaen madeperati onityrofmout w htrpir th rom i nt Bl ab nd f oale ation Bhe ile l elfeaedrad haRs .t, i in. bpond o hi that p lrpose,"--Ciristia, n Remister.
hVa o jiiy of ao ut xptiaeccii geoafiasnttoie1milirus"tta'ru tbyeio g bnia.Tt.F 'eae'adebe x' elslc ctcted whim
'and m ycaomita aim t to w hva homnbI w, eas fat- B ill, and p-assed it through., I sand youqa thirty. Atmoreode ightfal lseubj ctfor tl pen- A djouerncd. .. Y r in rN -lie .b to aog ood m oral a m pressing and
teret,1 she clueerod me ui fever and sickness, copy of' it, with the i epodttatmt anteodments ci ofa Hogarthior any other cng, hiss n evel' SATURDAY, Fhmo ti sveu 2,, the law directs. All pert sons ha- that thel arrangement he tr respect to th &e ac-
the took time water froim his parched lips aid marked. "o.....wqen presented in time great city of 'atPing- SENATE.--Mr. Davis presentrd'thme pro- i
Ycrested mi yon for h is sake, for iii hissls o p lie -s Suthmrlandt ahl it, in huis of this ouse of Repreentatives. It is too lute f'i against nIedditg iith the- Tariff said deceased are requested to os dfin ed .ws, t eme new and useful.
,votuid start, and mention theumame of Meanue' evening, the fommr h ullr thiotisaid doll me to attempt description, When I heft tme TARIFF:t h k
'O,1sir lae rruitei I nit e are d th a old wiv- proposed fi r I ti t object is to be devoted ton ball, nearly ten o ordc l rte'di n o'erbot sto e gTtall to lreandto mtsmiend tie.soen ract enhd b Ited te samde, tand all rpsem s o called ,haenook- e Wmfini in s Dying tPreshdatk
o ta n a t o n c e ,w h, oat- w hea t wea s h is naam e ? t i me o u t fi t o f s utm a lle r v e s s e ls o r d e r.tei t n o at, h i r d r ai mign fr o m th e h u x p oi g u ti e s p in u ot s h ai n g b o nu. s r ean th ed to sa i d e s tagth ear e maedi iJ h a v e n oby1tsntatioblCi nas ani n g t h atrI It n oxs
ee oletThefsectonin thot eSince I wrote you, a mnorial o a ti tine. upon to make payment to. fnecin ichlhs been iitreoducead in-
'Bf atkeotyorUdixderatmutebeenpreentegiveSTul-firstksection. easonxia rmgMEEtioutfitotf. uedtmen tou rst andw a cad s.
ittowrl'dthe ,randcontinuedExporinwasinditonasebetlaidghiforndto ts Semate, omn thme subject t a settlemt on thme passage, and at tme sante tine delivered CJFRELAND,
--[ iee fe iosn reain oumr fette en division. Mr. Jarvis vithmdradveuiI his oppo eri ut which s0 well deserves the public suatroumage.
teem left unguarded, 'Let uos fil',' sait hie ; sitiois. Aim attempt wvas ittade by Case Jehin- btwenis mnorniuth t nmete same emoriata n xxas appnoun- bill.op
bu, 1 sh.tp e ri claims o- a mere reading book, and for
btcedtI tthas mumuuseeeo ioyua n'thim3,h io t ook aa -t1touldCp.thrcnir seanmidanyeherto i on eyCa l e- e on o ft me chous, an c e h atoiimc as nti-aims- m i-Cl t e s e a nd a de o mr e fremarks B ecke t, F eb. 7th, 1837. its excellent adaptation tohtoe, purpose s
epoup ils shoulders. It wvIos nmidnigholt, lie hsriattid by' thtms bill being devoted to thme Ex- nt-ti os a Me of te bil wh ile- "a"
mae on, or stiptuorted ne oi uisl amtill we be mn this tTeria in July. This is a muest ordered it lobe ptrinteth antI refei red to the tu O- gardolcd i e Wmuany of its utlndis, as a violation N herebygiitnisthedesined:co butatiilonond t-
iw'ere ivitihi siut of the ; ritish lieS. '[m ohirieMr.s result, and deserves the gratuhation propniato couiittees. This mteuoril is a of the compromise act After remarking at s" e l btarytinfluencesr g ntic onit is ncalclated i tohr r-
a partyofntai"ne orsman. croenuponly us. M ldtwtH whole country v brief hutm luici history Of whmat the Secretary seme length hue con clouded withe a motion to cussoverhe Cm intan ke a be t
'h s'. De a other wc alti n but a branch s 'hime uval Aftpropniatton ,Bll, a'tor sotue o is t i to termba gmvgntimhatotheht-introniut rehco fmlmtot ofi' h onholr'sbo 'anu
wmrhi hy lie torn from a tree, defenuded hit- pasitiu, was reported to tn House, at a late of.,act, so fu" h'rnAln beimg a l eaotioation, it is slce, itho istrucmtious to strike out of t he Pbiebive nt h t s S an olh r he ,o n ohs
self hlts ha iuin in the desert. Buit lie fell h sour, iwitli t veiny fx a endmnents. hut a rdispty of' miserable shiing" to avoli all articles which at present pay a dti'y of 20 scriber has been duly appointed Theu Popuar Reader is also recommended
pounds, an ivas taken prisoner. A coin- The re iion of tme tarif, tas brought negotiain' 'his document ceHouirm sA the per cciit. ad vallore aud upxards.FAd m iseta estii-b Profes rithA
pan of our tron caine to our p ssistaneld I forward by Mr. Wright thus mNornlng in th n that I expressed u my list letter On tme cl 1' Mr. Wrigt the ayes mind A t -at oruteonssotcokle
borne agailt i nto tim e interior ; an s three Wuigh, t mandm leniton wenIt ''thme whyuole hog" shotiul take ptlice wille hue twas it o-ce, umn- decided by' thefohiowig vote:th Co nty o Bers. St an d

hhn.' Bill,-and fur viuat purposes itntroducced, amnd ethentir e'surioalla.d ,n omiumutemidiate ulita dri cst contend, tpnigaot, M e an, lyoor Mor- haingbond as the, Ol mu en--5.
ut it is five years since, aty' W illie fell. broup ght ard, it is not dif t tt i r dmlic tt g corh
ceuve, Bbmton avlso made use of" it for his tiun. ,is, Prentiss, Robbin, Souttard, Speuce, law directs. All persons having EW FANCY GOODS.
tigheord, M-ieo n. h purpose, amid canine omit, most elabomratehy anti- Its effect has been litea magic. No uancu Siwift, Tiputoim, T'ominuhusmunr, Wall, Welistcr- demands upon the estate of the an t
e wordh waeriedtariff, anti.compro ise, anti-every ting snelis to reuuaire imiore thiane a nte'nsol of its 2'.
xnayfuuing ntAn-i xwas seen approaching Tis speech, xwas htrepared wviti great care, aspMu parnyagndexbipemd.Aatbtillsioen itnthetest Nf, Bton, He biLog uin eru, ( iAiauing, useid deeasae a ae re erste on C TS V.T4E.
the cottaoge.' As he drewv miner, itbte eyos of wihl ha circumlatetd within great assiduity, and sitof tay iu c rto f ir e Il eltn, h he- Tarin ( .) Ixg e ibiteteas am e, andallwor se'a L e wandus-
time Maoui ghslolsten huis lips moved he th riewa sill (the calculates,) he of great service to in tIeneeiofprkmt wpoe, hie, in referee to (Ga.) Linm, Lyomn, Miumton, Nicholas, Nlesp
do'wvnm h ns cruteh. H Ie started unaided to his him, in pgittinf up stairs. its e o, nied transactions, it e'inces a liberality Norvell, Page, Partem, rxes, Robint son, Rmug- indebted to said estate are called has nof w jo s returned from New Yo iith tie
fect'eraciords Heaven it is hiouself' i' i he Mr. Casl tonn a vit Mr. Presto ut ere for let- lh inseare ontlict i uth mith tiourat s fomls." ,e a dti m ei, upon to make paymentrtoightsno
exeha rpled;y ohtajon myndcotinuedo alone the Tariff, under tise compromise thout BankofdthUcited wStuatushxsbethant Cohursentud Mi. Sovor, Striaghkeotahetadge5.andtrpontotaeitoaymenthtolsos and Palderns,
Thu-o stranoeer ruisheid forward witit openo act. Yet they would go fa' the Reiucti t party' s eiereneel po th asdit iatd thesattd m i was leanhy LNA T TR IJR A drtherwt,,3 s i 'itGoods a grobait 'sri sty ofeMillinery arti<
arms. 'Moic nte --,muothuer i' hie cried, amid if desired r by the wthmcr party to tbg t cohisatfutmuoreferencetothitomuductioffateonane
m lehf f aied hi Lem. It v si W 'ilhl Foibes i promise :-te Northterim Iiterest. They thepresent occasion, A ree tiut tit r.Van Buiren's admintistration intended toc aycri

his itamud. Reader. rue--U I tei youm uumere. dheclarod Iaimtself avierse frouni he or any ditir- yet thHre aresonuthat that t orsea wh icdbtt ras-e Mr. Clay the's ro selfdlae ssen h gkrtau Cer b.e7thavea1fuh37assortmen tsCetolilen Oct.adap tationto1836. p
boremhi Fombes had fo..lFien iofiuehil,d a-sti they Pinug of' bthe cont primistea cto.ieiepieuims t e sttc relte heft-ti s totr e ton una uicefIits toehisigsla svioativ o f hmgtiaemddIbtedicimest
ihouintit, mlomtawy; Pet le hd recrbovel. There is a goon deaul of y. terest lre m o to d e soe nud it scretpin of the presimdemut elect; arid his position. Dec. 6m, 18i.. .O e- o
utpt had been made c tprisouner. Iu e xx's, in- the iwmhroiemcnts lately madeb lit lire a rm-s i I suotid hiot bha tithiSetym s oth e Mr. Kn i ed o rceniw ith t initt

tlue ujr Udw-elI withi th,, aii ... I.'i pii thus cite. Tie o ethtirs mieCrhiraue f'ilmdu to i em ane Mu'. i,/die o n;mut his oi' The o'mte vas thenl taot en on thue passage the s
.i ..)tth ,,,cs ni'r other, ,a' t'b t e a'.n c'':.I '.'.'.I'' if Vi'rieont, the linxStoter" of' th itit- e s, d iti' t, r.-e ] h, e iwu-d of ayes b no s 1 i d
oeile ; .ot if y'our at erbt', all, mu han e I laieihportuon inity' oif dhutimiig mll the -o- ayes, n oes18.t""t
-.-J-ko-dlaereintt, (earoum Hackeot of tcleettttownru.s oh' of'settiiup" tlis i,,:.ted quieshioui. ltOUSE OF l EPRESENT-.ATIVES.- Lemnox, Feb. I6, lx IGd. a


The smill Po-x -,.dl t., an alarming ex- My own preference are decidedly for the aim Su h ebruary, 1 BA.K OF TE UNITID r.
are decided h, for the aj I S U pDCO ,;0^ ; 0 te. Y 1 -500 H i., L.Gse Fe,,. ike an"(heSic lo t .11
tent in the l -t:. '.'a if Pequannoc, noar of Baron II. The others secm' to -mme too The proceeding part of th'is lJetteer was aith, from the select c rmmttea on tme sub-t e t and the Rich Poor Alan,
Nw I,,a]o'hu,, .. / iSonmehdrly arrived comnpl:cee!, and hlkely to give trouble and .written last eveni, ut flil lm m fishing joct of Balg Compaies, reported a jint Jst rceie, and for Sale by te Subci- ISS DG
notes oft Bank bears, just published and for sale by
ithre d rt mIt N-' ,', -.rk, and d,ed of it, open nmbarratsment,ie ncm.unal .rervice. That their hour a few minutes was left behind. The solution, lndre ation to te notes fthe Ba hrs, just published and for sae by
when te ,'hl'e torue hi."aune frightened, and of' Cochrane, I should think would be apt to bill was not only ordered to be engrossed, but ofthe Uiecd States. P 1836 .O.ELP. J. G. STANLE
out .u dzem e a f eight. burst or rather to explode accidentally, and n, ,,d its linal reading before to IIuu.e ad- r. Lineot of Mass. a member of eaid Lenox Dec. 7 1836, Oct. 2Cth, 183c,. .. ,










-O TR TE BEAGLE.
f THE EAG.LE. THEY KNOW NOT WHERE TO STOP,
Is a characteristic proverbially true of the
TH[IURSDAY. MARCHI9, 1Srt people of the Unietd States, particularly of
---__________ __ = New England, in more respects than one -
THE TARIFF-oR PROTECTION TO AMaERICA.N Let any measure become popular, no matter
ITnDusTur.-There are a few facts touching what, whether politics, religion, or what not,
;this subject, to which we wish to call the at- the attention of the great body of the people,
tention of our readers. is at once turned to it, and 'they know not
It will be recollected that Mr. Van'Buren, where to stopp" Let any enterprise be con-
in his letter written in August last, to Sherrqd template, whether' turnpikes, canals, or Rail
lVilliams, intimated pretty plainly for him, (it roads, there is a generalrush towards the an-
was-done somewhat in his usual non-commit- dortakinig, andalthongh they are undoubtedly,
:'al way to be sure,) that he should be in favor as a bod, 'the most enlightened, enterprising,
,of a farther and more speedy reduction of du- industrious people on earth,yet they know not
ties hanis providedfor byexistinglaws. That where to stop.'
letter was hailed by Anti-Tariff men as giving If an individual, or a company, undertake
,indications on this subject sufficiently strong I any kind ofusiness, whether Banising, Ped-
-for.theo.; and we know of some of this class, ling, Mannfapturing,. Cotton, Wollen, Wooden
who, iqiconsequence of these indications, did Nutmegs, horn flints, Wooden Cuctmber seeds
afterwards (having opposed him before,) give c. &c., the m niomlcnt it becoes profitable,
him their support. His Tariff friends, howev- all are for running into 'it and although they
er, at the North, denied that heawas opposed are very frugal, yet ',te.y know not where to
Jo the Tariff, or that he was in favor of distur- stop.'
ting the "Compromise Act," so called. Although this is a great evil, and very often
His letter to Sherrod Williams was written subjects individuals, and frequently whole com-
'with reference to the then approaching elec- munities to loss,disappointment, and vexation;'
tion. The election ,s_ held' and the' result yet it must be endured until it works its own
showed that he as elected. remedy; for if the government were to under-
Now let us see what followed. Congress take to legislate upon it. and could effectually
came together the first Monday in December, remove it, there would still be so many things
and very early in the session, Mr. Cambreleng, that needed correction that 'they would not
one of Mr. Van Buren's confidential friends know where to stop,' and lest I should forget
and advisers, and Chairman of the Committee myself, I will here STOP,
(a Van Buren. corr.mitt.ee, bear in mind,) of
Ways and Meafis in the House, report a' bill -Forth.e Eagle.
to bring down the duties in six, twelve and It frequently happens that the plays of chil-
eighieen months to where they would be bro't dren furnish reflection for men. I have seen
under the Compromise Act, in 1842. For a boys playing tag, and have been led to reflect
long time after this bill was introduced, it was how itauch they, in their ardour, resemble men
thought by many of the friends of the Admin- who are seeking for office, or rather how much
istration at the North, that there was no se- office seeking resembles tag playing.
rious intention of passing it this session. But No sooner is any one talked of among the
what are the facts? One of the last days ot people for the next tag leader, President of the
February, when the Fortification bill, was un- United States, or Gov. of the State, than hats
der discussion, Mr. Cambreleng, so anxious are on, ready for a.start, and all possible ca-
was he to pass his Tariff bill, moved it as an joling is employed to ensure success, aad no
amendment to the Fortification bill, and he sooner is the office obtained than the whole
was voted down by a majority of three votes train are in eager pursuit, resembling in more
only. This looks to us like making the reduc- respects than one, the long train of green flies
tion of the Tariff rather a seriougbusiniess, and that are often seen following a fish cart on a
making it, too, as far as the leaders are 'able, May day.
a party measure. Add to this tle fact that a Now what is the object in all this office
bill has actually passed the Senate, reducing seeking? Is it like boys playing tag, to dis-
the duty on several articles embraced in'the play their abilities? This can scarcely be pos-
compromise act, and among others, oil and sihle; fort many of them have none to display.
salt, and who can doubt, or ear at least, that Is It to obtain a name? Were justice admin-
thereistobeaseriousattempt.otnthepartofthe isteredmany of them would obtain a name
new administration to destroy the Tariff root without office, and some of them make an ex-
and branch, and sweep the whole by the bpar.d. sleed figure, or is it, as in the case of the green
But further. The Legislature of Massachu- flies, the smell of the fish? Oh! now I have
setts, alarmed at the novenmets at Washing- hit it. After all your professions of patriotism,
ton on this subject, very properly deter- your fanning, crying, bowing, Shaking handF,
mined to remonstrate in behalf of the flattering, Dear Siring, &c. &c. the fish (emol-
people of the-commor.wealth, against l. 1e pjas- uments) are what you are seeking after.-..
sage of Mr. Cambreleng's bill- But h'ow did Take away that, and the office might go a
.the Van Buren members vote ont this renmon- begging. Money, money, money, is the great
stance? They voted against it, or dodged it, obj o te
almost to a man ; and its passage was oppFos- Fellow tie, the greatfather of our
,ed by the party from beginning to ,pd. They country' never taxed for office, neither did he
fought it inch by inch. accept of the fish. Taxing was the unknown.
S inHow unlike, in these respects, as well as eve-
The following are the yeas and nays pn the Dutchman
part-of the House, from Berkshire. With the ry other, is the conduct of the little Dutchmtan
.-..... ...... H s oro.-k, .. and his already hundreds and thousand of tax-


exception of vMr. Twining el 0 oSaniiel, ee-
ry Van Buren man voted in the negative.
SYAs. Becket Kendall Baird; Dalton, Ca-
'leb W. Ensign; Great RBorrington, William
Battelle, Isaac Seeley, Jr.; Hancock, Elijah
,Goodrich, Jr ; Hinsdale, Henry Putnam ; Lee,
'William Merrill; Lenox, George J. Tucker ;
JOtis, Elam P. Norton ; Peru, Cyrus Stowell';
Pittsfield. Henry Daniels, Butler Gooodrich :
Sandisfield, Alfred C. Twining; West Stock-
bridge, Martin Hendrix, Milei Morgan; Wind.
sor; Alpheus Brown, Jr.-16
NAYs. Adams, ;Isaac Dean, Daniel A.
Wells, Henry Wilmarth; .Alford, Roswell
Pickel, Cheshirc, Noah Y. Bushnell ; Egre-
'ront, Samuel Newman; Mount Washington,
'-Yilliam Wright, Jr.; .New uilarlborough, Sa-
muel Emmons, Levi L. Smith; Saooy, Charles
Dunham; Stockbridge, Alansori Bennett,John
M. Cooper; Tyringhanz, Oliver Judd, Jr.;
Sheield, Butler Ives, Amos hears ; Wash-
ington, Stephen W. New'.on j Williamstown,
William Watermain.-17. '"
Farmers, Wool growers, Manufacturers and


ers. Washington was a patriot,-a true. gen-
uine, incompromising friend and lover of his
country, his whole country, as were also those
irave men, who fought, and bled, and died by
his side.
When I think of these things, and consider
how other nations have risen and fallen;-what
has ever been4 and of necessity must be the in-
evitable consequence of office seeking: I trem-
ble for the fate of out country. Best did the
noble spirit which animated a Washington
and his worthy coadjutors, stii] annimate, and
continue to animate all our public officers, were
men now, as then, elected to office solely on
account of their fitness for the office to which
they were elected, and should it continue to
;be, the stability of our government, the prop-
erty of our conntryj the increase of her, popu-
Jation, and their peace and happiness might
well be expected to be like the everlasting
hillsa of BERKTSHIRE


young man who presents himself with proper
qualifications, have been obliged continually
to resort to loans; till at length their treasury
is overdrawto the amount of nine thousond
dollars. This is owing not to a dimunition
in the amount of contributions. During the
last twelve months these liave been greater
than in any preceding year. But the smiles
of Providence in increasing the number of
them who have Coime forward to ask aid int
preparing to preach the unsearchalle riches
of Christ,have caused the institution to be thus
involved. And now, miay I not be permitted
to ash, shall the Education Seciety, thus own-
ed of God and his people, be impeded, or oc-
casionally embarrassed in the prosecution of
its work of benevolence, for the want of a lit-
tle more of the Gold and Silver, of which the
Redeemm' has made his people the stewards?
Thus it muSt be unless a considerable increase
of its funds be-soon realized.
Allow me to t-ate that I cherish a pleasant
'and grateful recolijction of kind, hospitable
reception which I experienced in Berkshire
last season, as well as of the respectable do-
nations which I received, notwithstanding the
unfavorable circumstances under which they
were taiien. Has any person been conscious
of having'tiade himself at all poorer by what
he then gave? Hasany one wished he had
given less', or will any one wish so in the day
of final account?
The ch'urches'mn Berkshire will, this sea-
son4 have aliother opportunity to make the
experiment of what can be done in one impor-
tant depiartmetrit of Christian benevolence,
without the effort' arid expense of special
agents. Let this pope be indulged, that the
result tilay 'be such as to Warrant the opinion,
tha these efforts and this expense may be saved
for other objeptstihan the mere collecting of
funds. .
ANSEL NASH.
Genpm agent of A. E. S.
Worcester. March 1, i18 "'7
P. S. Clergymen are requested to iead
this from their pu Ipits before making collec-
lections.

MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE.
Friday, Feb. 24.
In the Senatea on motion of Mr. French, it
was ordered that the Committee on Railways
and Canals inquift into the expediency of so
amending the 3fth chapter of the Revised
Statutes, that no locomotive engine for the
transportation of passengers, shall be used on
any rail road hereafter incorporated,, until a
double track of rails be laid over the same.-
[In thie house read and concurred.]
In' the House.
On motion of Mr. Allen of Northfield, it
was ordered, that the committee on the Fudi-
ciary be directed to inquire into the expedien-
cy of amending the law of attachment, that all
private attachments shall be recorded in the
town where the property is situated.
Saturday, Feb. 25.
In the Senate.
The bill to aid the construction of the Wor-
cester and Norwich Rail Road was read a
third time. Mr. Parker moved to amend the
2d section, by adding to the end thereof, as
follows, viz:
'And provided further,that beforethat before th Treas-
urer of this Commonwealth shall issue any
scrip or certificate of debt, in pursuance of this
act, it shall be made to appear to the Govern.
or and Council, that the State of Connecticut
has, by legislative enactment, taken four hun-
dred thousand dollars in the capital stock of
said company, or has authorized its Treasurer
to issue scrip or certificates of debt to that a-
mount for the purpose of enabling the said
Company to complete tliat part of their road
which lies within the State of Cdnnecticut.'
And on motion of Mr. Parker. it was'brders
ed that the question on Ihis amendment be ta-
ken by the yeas and nays, and being so taken,
it was determined in the negative, as follows.
viz: Yeas 7, Nays 22. So said amendment
was rejected.
The question was then taken on passing
the bill to be engrossed-and determined in
the affirmative asfollows, viz: Yeas 20, Nays
8: "
In the HouseI, petitions of James Tirrell,&c.
in aid of a petition of Edward Glover, and oth-
ers; of Moses Hopkins and others, for the es-
tsblishment of a Bank in Great Barrington
village; of Win. P. Jenney and 87 others, of
Fairhaven, for an amendment of the license
laws.


M.iunday, Feb. 27.
In the Senate.
Mr. Dorr from the Committee oh Banks,re-
ported a bill to increase the capital siock of
the Boston Bank.
In the House.
On motion of Mr. Stowell of Peru. ordered,
that from and after the first Monday of March
next, this House will hold two sessions a day,
Saturday excepted, commencing at ten o'-
clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M.
Mr. Cook of Boston, trom the Committee
on Mercantile Affairs and Insurance, reported


-tow


Directors, a larger amount than one tenth part Lu'Ci'3!no
of its capital.
Tle louse then resumed tie consideration This (Thursday) evening, by
of the ov. inss bill. Mr. Rilthiven of Bt 1on. order of the Prcsident, the usual
moved tlhe previous question, and thie notion h
being sustained, the main question as lihen meeting of the Lyceum \i1l be
taken by yeas and nays, and decided ::s fol- postponed.
ows.-16"4 yeas and 32 nays. Th'e bill was N. HODGE Sec'ry.
thus refused a third reading.


hans of Berkshre, thnk on these thngs. a i to incorporate the Washington Wharf pe; be instructed to report forthwith a bill r to n e er sterig ith ristan ri
These are facts we present to you- fats, to Company, which was ordered to a second rea- taking a census of polls, in conformity to ti 1 nation. Her last days were favored with
'hese are facts we present toyou.. -fa I ts to For the .Eagle. ding to-morrow. provisions of said aiiendment. much of the divine presence which gave her
Min which you are deeply interested. We ask American Education Society. Bills to increase the capital stock of he Bris- ir. Kinsman,, of Boston, presented a me- iho victor over dat nd ) Si 1uno thes 17thl
)ou to give them your serious and candid con- The Churches in the Countv of Berkshire tol Print 'Works; to incorporate the Hlampden moral oft lt Counsellors of the Massachui- -her friendsl was aretiesd by a numerous circe
Bideration. are respectfully ren indeed, all; that tIi months Silk Manufacturting Co.; and to establish the sets Medical Society, against a bill entitled of fiends and relatives, b nd an appropriate
More on this subject hereafter. of March and April are the time aUigned for line between Sutton and Northbridge-wore an act in add;!ion to an act to establish the fro thrse 11eivoin by 15the Rev. Mr. Benedict,
their anitual collection in atid of this institu- severally passed to be engrossed in concur- Jcrkshire Moedical Institution, which was re- from the 116 pIim 15th v rse, after which
he n, has been chosen tion. As this season has again returned, and rence. ferrod to the Conitte on he Judiciary; and reii were committed to the grave, in
'fhe Men.. R l iii s has b.een chosen as these churches are not, the present year Bills to incorporate the Berkshire Milnilr on motion of Mr. Kinsman, the said bill which hopeof a part in the resercction oft.ho Just.
:by the Legislature of MaiVs td be Senator in to be addressed by an agent in its behalf,they Company; to extend the time, &c. of thl htad heretofore beor received from the Sec- [Con, ttoicated.}
'Congress in place of Mr. Shepley, resigned. will perm rit ino to suggest a fhw considera- Blackstone Insurance Company:'to change tlie retary's office, engrossed was committed to --- -
<. tions why its claims on their patronage should name of thlie Bridgwater Manufacturing Con- the same committee. Sabbath School Noitce.
IEF Mr.-RoINtsoy, of.Jlarblehead, was last -ot be overlooked. The American Education pany; to increase the capital stock ofth t Cir. Wednesday, March 1.-On moon of Mr. The ,,p erintendents of Sabbth ti hools
night nominated at the Van Buren Caucus, frr Sccty is evidently owned of Heaven, as an tisvilie C. M. Co.; to incorporate the Fulton Hastings, it was ordered, that Tte committee connected wtlh the Berkshire County 'Sabba
.Collector.of Boston. by a decided majority over efficient Istrument of supplying the great and f'surance Company; to Incorporate the Glen- on Education inquire into the expedieepScv SchoolfSocie are re d t
all other candidates. He Iad 35 votes out of fast increasing want of christian ministers, in dale Mills and the Northampton Sugar Beet, appropriating two thousand five hnndred 1do- Sch ol Sciety,' are eqiausto i to theransmit to
.142, Mr. Rantoul had 19, .Jlr. Hall of Pitts- the world at large, andtlin our own country.- Company. Severally passed to be engrossed, lars annually for five successive yer for the tiof April, ti annual tetirns o theschools on.
-field, 22, Mr. Simpson fi. Rbbinson is there- It has under its patronage, between ten and establishment of a Seminary or the education od Atheir tc annual return o the schools un-
fore the Cahcuscand'idate, but strong exertion twelve hundred young menm in one hundred Mr. Obadiah Wood, a Van uren ma of te the same bofte loated i schoolme a ndrt f the tion wch arg. expected toie aswered.s-
are making for the other candidates, neverthe and sixty Literary and heulogical institu- was yesterday chosen by the Legislature, in ha i the ame be located in e part orto hef- How many teachxpecers to ii answuorin-
less, and it is doubtful yet' who will be the tions, in all parts of the United States. A- convention, a director of the V stern Itail Commonwealh bet adapted tocarry into e- 1. ow many teachers ch uperin-
succcssfulcompbtifor for the "spoils." 'bout one third of all the men, who, from year road on the-part of the State. The',. feet thie foregoing- object, with reference to tendent, in yoursiool or sctli; ) e. ofow
to year'are educated for the christian ninis tThree ballots, viz;- ere convenience and economy any scholars, including tie members of.
THE .MILLLRS OF RooHEsrnl have petit- try in the different Evanglical denominations Fias-'16 votes-Nccessarv to a choce e, March, 2.-Mr. Dor from the ach th Saiban th a 'o c ?.s, as tire connected
ioned the Legislature of New York for a law, in the country, are indebted to its assistance E25; Henry Chapmain of Groon'field had 10'. Committee on Banks reported leave to \villi- scholars over .irtn years ofe. 4. H ow
making the city of New York responsible, in in obtaining their education. Charles Hudson 150; Obediah Wood 15' draw on lthe several petitions of Alfred Rich-
its corporate capacity, for damages that may The Education Society, ;s, on ll;h whole, John Park .so, James I wayward 2-4 "ardson and others; John II. Williams and oth- inany teachers have made e .. I.. '. of re-
'happen in consequence of mobs, riots, &c. not less prosperous than at any former peri- Sco -Woo No. o-Necesary to ors, and said reports were accepted. igion orco e y ou uringthe
Sriod: At the quarterly meeting of the Di a choice 260 Henry QMr mn hadcn Ghe tr. Dorr aleso reported a b:11 to increase the yar. 5. Hnw aiy scholars have made a
The express Mail is shortly to be extend- retors in Jnne last, nearly one hundred werc Hudson lihad ,it) ; bObadiah Wood el4: TJot capital stock of the Housatonic Bank. profCsioii or becom pio. 6. uo w many
ed to St. Louis passing over the national road added to the list of its beneficiaries-a great- Park 5; Jamies IIayvt: rd .. The Resolve in aid of Ar,,erst College was voluMt i the oib'a edtl. man fro
through the capitals of Ohio, Indiana and I1- cr number uf new beneficiaries than were ev- Tuinr-Whol'o o. 41 2-Necsairy to next.taken up: Mr. V-. itnmarshi move i nt ari ho, ait. 8. c-iyonrscd t l 0Cni'tire
linois. er before received on a similar occasion, Biut choice 257: Ilonry Chapman aii d l ; ;Chrires indefinite postponement, and this question was Cpor rialt for it. P. i you ho ntin d
while we rejoice in this evidence of public Iludso 2 '; Odadiuh Wood o5d; stti,,, in ordered to be taken by yonas and nays, and he- rough the winter! 9. Do you hold stated
Commodore awkins of the Tean Nvy confidence in its voras wll as in other to- Bo. Con. G aken, a decided in the ie c meeting 10.otake col.
St- -e fd.ia tto toft10to 23. ThO fe etor Itr consid' eay i"looltfonr invvone Foetol for'bcD.,s'ulant objects!
Commodortew O akns, o the Texanm Navy hekn that the head of the chrh designs t .herthiResolve wili conic up in cor.iseatonior 1 Do e-i"oserve the Sbbati School con-
renderit efleuol to the great end for vwhichi Au i In io h is being exhiilitc cmat11 id- row., i e ond Monday evuig of each
ith wist. it was instituted-the conversion of theworld, dletown, Ohio, which is describedis four fet In the House, on motion of Mr. Kinog of iol? 12. Now manvJny J nileBene.oljent

we deem it needfui to make known, that its two and a ha0lfM iet high measuress eight Danve,'s, it was ordered, that ohe Commitee "'-so(a ions. These returim are tio be made
Gou. Edwards of Connecticut hasappointed finances are in a depressed state. During the feet three and a fourth inches round the waist; on Banks anti Banking be instruecd to i, ',e o0 expense, if po-sible, anti any other in-
riday the 24th of March next, to be obser- year past, the Directors, in ordor to redeem niie feet one nd tree-frth inches fro uire into the expediency ofproviilig by te ti fa b thakfy received.
ed in that state as a dayof Fasting, Humili- tho pledge which they have given to the pub- snout to tail (the tter is very hort i at Ba" in thisCo onelthi. shal tae u i.
;tion and player. -li to receive under their patrontge every curls!) and weighed fifteen 'S u rd pendst ig to it, at any one time, by an'y one of the Scrtary.


7F


IFron the Boston Courier.'
NAmANT BANK.--'Thie ,fThirs of thlis institu-
tion wverc taken up and concluded in the S(n-
ate yesterday morning. Mr. OLIVEll of
Essex spoke some tinmeini tIvor of the ripo't
of thile ceonlmttee ol investigation, anld in de-
fence of the stockiholi ers of thue 'it"ihk. Ie
said lhat the present board of Directors were
doing every thing in their power to renovate
the institution, that no yoid could arise to any
body, frort taking awsry lhe charter; that a-
bout fifty houses hadl been built under the au-
spices of the President of the Bank, by me-
echanics and others, in lynn, which were now
-under mortgage to the Bank. and would have
to be sold at auction, if the charter was laken
awav, Mr. Oliver admitted that the stock-
holders. as principals, were answerable for the
conduct of their agents; but, he said,tliey Were
more deserving of sympathy than vengeance.
One institution, to'which tlhe Bank was in-
dcbted, an institution which made all others
in the State pay tribute to it, had demanded
two percent, a month interest oln its debt,not-
witlstanding thistribute had always been paid.
!There was a necessity for two Banks at Lynn.
The Directors ofthe Lynn Mechanics' Bank
had decldied that they "could only accomimo-
date their customers, anditheir operations were
confined to one part of thie town. This bank,
Mr. Oliver said, vas, some fifteen years ago,
placed in nearly thle same situation in which
the Nahant bank now stands, b'ut by a change
of directors, and prudent management, it was
now placed on as good foundation as any siank
in the Commonwealth. Mr. Oliver said it had
been stated that the Nahant bank was a po-
litical bank-a Whig bank. This \,as not
true. The bank had received aid from the
administration, i time shape of government
deposits; and its President had carried out
the principle of his great prototype exac.ly-
he had annihilated one.
Mr Quincy of Suffolk said he should vote
against accepting the report of the committee.
The laws of the state, he said, if carried out
letter and print, woull do away with all the
objections which could be raised against banks.
It was admitted ofi- kll sides, thmat the bank
had forfeited its charter; and that the-Legisha:
ture had a right to take it away. The only
question was, as to its expediency, and he be-
lieved that the safety and security of the com-
munity requirquired that thecharter of the bank
should be annulled.
Mr. Whitmarsh of Bristol said the institu-
tion was rotlan to the core, and that it tainted
the whole atmosphere. He was in favor of
putting it out of the way.
-M'ir. Bowman of Middlesex wished to say a
few words, in reference to a remark which was
made thie day preceding, by the chairman of
the Committee, (IMr. Lawrence) and which
lie considered personal. The gentleman said
there was do discrepancy in the report. He
(Mr. BoWman) thought there was. The
chairman said that he knew something about
banking, and perhaps his knowledge exceeds
mine, (said Mr. Bowman) but 1 wish it to be
understood; that I come from the people, and I
do not wear a straw in my shoe, to show that
I am thie constant defender of chartered mo-
nopolies.
Mr. Lawrence of Hampshire said, that the
gentleman trom Middlesex 'had reversed the
whole of his language and reasoning. : I bow-
ed down (said lie) to that gentleman's superior
knowledge of banking affairs, and stated that
I had acquired all my knowledge of banks from
the investigation of last year. As to the dis-
crepancy, which the gentleman had 'found in
the report, (said Mr. Lawrence) if he will look
at it, he will see that he has mistaken a quo-
tation from a report of a committee of tlhe
stockholders, of the bank, for the committee's
own words. Ile said the bank was down; it
had gone by the board; and the only question
was, should we throw a rope to it, and let it.
save itself, or run it handspike through it, and
Thive it father into the s wtorm. Mr. Law-
rence said lieto was quite as willing to be called
the friend of corporations, as the friend of
right. In a matter of conscience, lIe should
always do that which he considered just, but
he wished no man to follow "is example; for
personal considerations, beyond whathiis own
sense of right or 'wrbng. .
The report of the committee was rejected.
twenty seven to eight, and a nmqotioin'%a thien
carried, instructing the batik committee' to
bring in a bill to annul the ehartrer e the .Na-
hliant bank. '

STATE LEGISLATURE.
Tuesday Feb. 2Sith.-In the Hlouse, the
following petitions were presented and com-
mitted:-of the President, & yc. of the Housa-
tonic Bank, for an increase of capital; of John
P. Washburn and 34 others, on the subject of
Slavery; of Ward eaton and 101 others, on
the subject of the license laws; of Benj. Park-
er, Jr. and others, for Incorooratlon of thie Me-
thodist Episcopal Society in Bradford.
On motion oi Mr. Gray of Boston, it was
ordered, that the committee on the part of the
House, to whom was referred the amendment
of Ihe Constitution, lately adopted by the poe-


Co'trnT. c,' INQinir.-The Frederick Herald
of Saturday says-
We understand that it is probable that this
courn will adjourn to day-an'' that they wili
return their opinion to tlhe !'reiiduent in sub-
stance, thhIt sainp as It was hlitfore. The o-
pinioin of Maj. Gen. Giina's case we Lave not
Syet hard. It is :-upi;,osed t',;: tlo h scision
ill be lai'd be tlre l l'resiiltt Van Li-rein,as
General Jachlt;:t's lermi Ihis mnwv so neatly ex-
pired, as (a'rc :. g .ve I.i'mn iIntie to act.
On Friiayn tlhe 3.1 ult. as Mr. ('nit's Bitr-
nuin wat-s -lt aring llth ice fruomi the hannm r
whecl of tlie 7hM'an Fo'ge, (so called.) in
Kcent, Conn. the gate being partly drawn, the
ae it,''ave .H : te wheel started and rolled
halfround, 'i I ." Barnum suddenly h-
gaiust thc i .li I.... eausing instant death.

Mr. Larned, our Ciharge des Affihires at
Lima, is said to have concluded a very advan-
tageous commercial treaty with Gen. Santa
Cruz, Protector of Peru and Presidet of Bol-
ivia-

The coaT discovered near Ilavorstraw, oni
the Hudson River, is said to burn as free as
Peach Orchard.
It is rumored that a duel i-s on the tape.s beo-
tween Peyton of Tennessee,i and Gohilon of
Misissippi.

A Mr. Gun advertises his son in one of the
papers as a thief. The son a gitu ought to
be punished, says the Ledget'.

Immense Coal Field.-The greatest cold
field of the world, probably, lies on the valley
of the Misissippi. It would cover a space
of 900,000 square miles, equal to the half of'
Europe-or 1500 miles in length by 600 in
breadth.

They have been trying to get tp an tarth-
quake at Quebec, but it was no great shakes
after all.
Mr. Gos-kuk-wa-na-kon- ne-di-yu, an In-
dian, is delivering lectures in New York on
the origin of the wars, treaties and injuries of
;Ainerican'indians.

The Natchez people were so delighted at
-the appearance of'snow upon the ground of
their city, that they q, it business and com-
menced sliding down hill.

Exploring tB.rpedition.-heaproption
for fitting oumt the Exploring Expedition has
passedith U. S. House of Representatives by
a large majority, the opposition to the F ilg-
atle having been withdraw.

The United States Telegruph is to be dis-
continued. The subscribers to it will be
supplied with the Retbormter, a new daily and
triweekly paper, published by Messrs Will.
W: Moore & Co and edited'by Richard K.
Cral!e, Esq.

Mathias, the soi-distant Prophet, has made
his appearance at Staunton, Virginia. The
Editor of the Staunton Speculator says, lie is
the fleetestt and most insipid imposter," lie
has ever seen-no wild enthusiasm m his har-
angues,-nothing about him but the smoothly
combed beard ofa he-goat--thli threat to re-
move whlichl latter, by sonmie unruly boys,
caused hii, it appea'is, to decamp for Way-
nesboro' sooner than he had intended.
Fire.-The woollon factory in Spencer.
belonging to Amos Brown & Co. was des-
troyed by fire on Saturday morning last. We
understand there was insurance on it in this
city at otne police to the amount of $i6,-
600, and it is believed there was some further
insurance at the Mutual Office in Worcester.
The fire was discovered between i1 and I o'-
clock on Saturday morning, at which timo it
had made such process thatinothing was sav-
ed from the'building. It was of wood, and
had been built about twelve years ; loss es
tinimtted at about 830,000.

DIED.
Of Consumption in Lenox Feb. 17, .Aiss
SARAH E. DEwiiY, daughter of AMr. Lymanm
Dwivey, aged twenty one years. lHler sick-
ness was protracted and her sufibring extreme,
but having previously obtained an interest ini
the atoning merits of Christ., she was enabled


Immediately, a' tl!,is O():ic: n Apprentice
io he prinmin-g bustin:es. A b-y froim 15 to
17 years of age, having a good English
Education, gooc moral character; antid stead y
!;hits, will find good encourrigeincit. Nonc-
other Ieed ;i, )v."

r l hass.c-h.setts RIegisIter and
Unik'd States Calendar for 1837
SuttI plement to the Revised Stat-
utes, being the neral la-vs of the
Coimtonwealiil of, Massa'chusetts
passed at the January session
1836, for sale by
J. G. STAN LEY.
March 2.

The subscriber has a few bush-
els first rate seed of the Duttomb
or Buel corn for sale.
SE WALL SERGEANT.
Stockbridge, March 7, 1837.
3w29
[For money had and. reeeived,o-pid and ex-
pended,-lent and acconMnod'.ated--oods
sold a nd delivered ,-labors and services
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
BERKSHIRE, SS T To Ile 'i.-;, of tie'
'County Qf Berkslhire, or his Deputy G'reet
ing.
,--1- WE command you to attach
I,. @. the goods or estate of Charles
COD----;, Stevens, late of Lee in said-
c.unty,gentleman, and Zebadiah H.e-we'.
Yeoman, and Susan Hewes,wife of said
Zebediah, both of Ulysses, in the county
or T.ompkins in the State of New
Yerk,l to the value of three hundred
dollars, and for aant thereof to take
lthe bodies of the said Zebediahi, So
san, and Charles. if they timay be found
within yo-ir pIirerinct, and thiemi thoh'ly
keep so that you have them before ou;-
Justice four court' of Comillom PJens.
next to be hIolden at Lenox. within and
for ur said County o Berksnire. on te
fourIh Rioniday of Febuary next,'- thea
and there in our said court 'to answer
unto Abner Peiry of New Lebanon inthli
countVy f Columbia, in the state of New
York, Gentleman. I n a plea of'[tin:-'c.Dwi
for that lthe said Defendant'-e t Lenox
aforesaid, on the uday of the Ppurchase of
this writ being indebted to the Planmiffin
sum of three hundred dollars as well 'or



so tioch money before that time lent and
accommodated by the Plaitiff to said
Chlarles& to said Susan while sole,at their
request, as also for so tritich rmioney be-
fore that time paid and expended by the
Plantiff for the use of said Chaines & said
Susan while sole, arid at their request:
in consideration thereof then and there
promisedthlfe Plantiffto pay hinim the same
sum on demand: yet. ihiought ofreu re-
quebted, the said Charles or Susani Li'e
s le, or Zebediali since their interim!*
riage, or either of ltein, have never pet
formed their sait promise, but neglect
and refuse so to do.
To tIhe damage of the said Plaintiff'(as
he says) the sum of three hundred dl-.
lars, which shall then and there be mlnade
to appear, iiti other due damages, and
have you there this Writ, with your do-
tiges therein.
Witness AnTEAsAW'Ann, Esq. at Le-
nox,thte soeteitenth day'lm' Decemnber, in
t.he vear of ou Lord, one thousand emit
l-undred and thirty six.
signed, CHAS. SEDGWICK Clerk.
BERKSHIRE SS. Common Pleas, Feb.
runary Term, 1837. r. .
Ordered that the said Abner notify the
said Charles Stevens, and the sdid Zebe-
diahi lewes and Susan Jetwes, to appear
before the court of Common Pleas, to
be holden at Leox within and for said
county, on the fourth Monda ofJune
next, by publishing true and attested
copy of this writ and order iin the Massa-
chusetts Eagle printed at Lenox, afore-
said, three weeks successively, the last
publication to be thirty days at leat t be-
fore said court, and by serving "the said
Zebodiah and Susan withi a true ;2d at-
tested copy of this writ and order, four-
teen days at least before the setting o.
salt court.
A true copy of the writ and order.
Attest, Chas. Sedg-wick, Clers





AT COST.

.will snl to Merc~hants and othI
nis, at wholesale, at cos0t-
>tock of goods which are very
aood. Thoso wishing to buy i n
arg'e oir small quantities will do
veil to call soo0.


800 lbh Honey, 6 crs a pou;d
300 lbs live Gecse Feather's,
E. M. B3ISSELL, Agent;
Pittsfield, Feb. 20, 1837 -iws


i.
J










New Firm.
The Suiibsilers have this dany forn-
ed a Oot:,;.nineihip under the f;inn of N
land W-.'.Rsset-r have purchased'lth cn
are .-esi'I of goods ot the Onrtisville M'x
I.-+ auh siased their Strore for a term t
.. r-i,- T'h.!y will at all times keep
rr n*," very full assurtm'niut of



5 .r are
-V,3r





Anild solicit a conuinuiance of thie
trale nt ,his-. Sor. 'The public are as-
sured tihit ( i, ls %ill be fiurnuisht'd at as
1o 1 pris'.s as ,t any Store in this Couon-
ty. NUA, ROSSIPEhR.Jr
:'3 RIOSSITER.
f'rtisymivle Aiugust i9th,1836.


T'hi subscribers hereby inform the public
f'"t they have on hand and are receiving a
cneral assortment of Stoves, of the most im-
pr cod patterns, viz:
Close Frausinsa, Parlor, Ope a
Cook, iX-pliate a nd Box
;-toCr; together V41 w .
the Ui n o C4oo


rsocs, froiR
SNo. I6 to
No. 6.
The public are recommended to examine the
practical utility and econotny of the Union
Co'k Sli-e, since the last year's improvement,
as it is believed to be decidedly superior to any
thing of the kind now in use.
Sheel Iron StoNes and Pipe,
Tri-timmings of all descriptions,
S!hert, Zinc and Copper Pumps,
1Brass Kettles,
VBan a complete assortment of
Tin WFare,
Ocanstantly on hand; and for sale on the most
riasopabae terms.
A. & E. COMSTOCK.
Laz, Sept. 0,1836. 4

fpar MSee


BROADCLOTHS, CASSI-
MERES & SATINETTS.
Snop.-rine lo10, Black, Brown, An'elaide
. Dablin, Drub, Claret and Green.
- Bioad Clothes of a variety of qualities and
Prices, which will be sold cheap, by
I J. C. &- A C. RUSSELL.
i Gt. Barring-tor, S.-'pt. 28, '1m00.
M3iI3LI AERY A lND


Awful disclosures of tlie Nunnery of Mon-
treal, by Maria lMonk, Open Conventslmy The-
odore i)wi,Ihlt secrets of Femal Convents
disclosed, Six years residence at the Monas-
teries of Italy, fur sale by.
J. G. STANLY.

Cas ,oh S e.


S ....' ..VTIThe Subscribers, having entered into a co-
V HE following Farms situated in the partnership under the firm of E. & R. R.
.1. County of Berkshire; belonging to tihe Kingsley, respectfully invite the attention of
School Fund of Connecticut, viz: the public to their Stock of Goods at
In Becket, 'T'iI1 RIaCiLST0RE,
Tlie Col. Messenger farm near the Meet- recently occupied by Baldwin & Davis, con-
-.i`1g House, containing Eighty-Eight acres, sisting of a full assortment of
with a large Dvelling House, a part of which
is occupied as a Store and is a good stand for p-3. f o
a merchant: also one hnudred nd ten acres &
of pasture and wood land near the above.-
ThIe Billo Messenger jr. farm, containing one
haindred and six acres: The Lutheor Blair farm i'B S
containing oue hundred and eighty acres; The J'' .- &
Cona-nt farin, containing one hundred ana fi- 77-.,7.. -7
ty three ecrLa: The Ellis farm, containing' i -
tiuee iundre sand four acs; The Azarini of which they nhave, (and will continue to
IH ick far, contng two hundred acres: ee) a full assoren at the lowest eash
Sihe Bradner house and two acres of land, ,
near the, meeting house, with a water power N. B. all kinds of produce, Lamboerpec.,
and two shops. will be received in payment for Goods. "
In Tyringham, E1ajADA KINGSLEY,
The Chadwiek farm, containing one hund- R. R. KINGSLEY.
reT and fifty acres; The Tillotson farm, con- Stockbridge, Mass. Sept. 20, 1836. 1.
tanin. ig'two hundred and twenty five acres-
s.ear the last named farm about two hundred BRd I B T I IC A7.
areaa of pasture; The ETisha Taylor farm,
coatzinihrg two hundred acres;: The Alvani A Siperior article ir Poishingknives,
Trayjr rairm, containing two hundred and 4L-c. at G. Worthington's Sotre.
f.'iea acras;. Tfee Cooper farm containing Oc. 2, 1336


three haudrati aS i twenty acres.
Ia Great Barrington,
Thiy Palmer fjrm, containing about six
:andmed acres.
In Lee,
The Abijsh Merrill farm, containing
hundred and thirty one nores; The Frees
.arr, containing eighty acres; The IIulo'.
tarmin contaming ablsut two hundred and fii-
t. iiveacres. Ot
Ia Olis,,
The D- Wodf lot, aef n. hundred and forty
eightl ras-
T Stockbridge,
me Hunt place, containing half an acre
Eqf land, with a convenient dwelling house and
q ft buildings, near the Academy.
The above named, are generally grazing
,"arms an well adapted for keeping cows or
s:Ieop. The buildings and fences are gener-
ally iu good. repair.
A long credi!, if desired,' will be given for
the principal part of the purchase money. For
a more particular description and prices of the
farmin, emnqpuir- maybe made in Becket of Mr.
Edmnund Kiso; ui Tyrinhan of Mr. Amos
Lan dIo, ir.: i.a Groat Barrington and Lee
S Tr T rn.n.;, T- l.Es., who will show the


Dr. A. G. V. 1111(
P G V1,0 ^T Rii iE3 or'
ANT
ABDO02VINAL SUJ OTHERS,
At G. Worthinaton.
Lenox oct 10, 1836.

W EYDS.-F LA INEL wan-
'-i ted, for which the highest price
will be paid by
G. SABIN & CO.
Lenox, Oct. S7th, 1838..

i&00^ YARDS FLANNEL wants
for which the highest price will
be paid by the subscribers.
PECK t PIIELPS-
September 10, 13S0.

I SHOEMAKER WANTED.-One
who can bring good rcomnmondations as
to character, workmanship, &c.. will hearof a
good situation iy addressing Box No. 44, Le-
nox Post Office, imnuadiately.
Lenoxr, Sept. 7, 18:33. 3


()f i\N .rem ain, .1 q., % VII .... ...... I -
farms to those wishing to examine them. -?. .:-d l A S
WJLLIAIM PORTER, Jr. Agent Pounds first rate BUTTER
Li, August lrt, 18S5. t for which thiehighestmarke.
price will be paid by the subscribers.


I-C'- i IM^ P 'W q .FarAm mfor Sale, .
Warranted genuine, for sale by A great brgimf
D. OSBORLN. Tr Ii 0 Subscriber is desirous of disposing
Lenar, July 1, 18,35. on accommodating terms the farming
t on which he formerly lived, as lie is on th
'No i4 c a point of removing to the State of Ohio. De
scription of the farm is unnecessary, farther
g I subscriber ihas opened a shot -han to say it is or:e of the best grazing moun
in tht'room lately occupied hvby F ir, farms in Berkshire co., containing 40C
Strickland, in th'e town houie, for ilar- reland. Ptease apply to Origia A. Poer
ness-, Truil!: and Sadll 6 i% sont wishing for articles ofi th kind will oveland, Ohio.
peas Call. Stockbridge, June 1st, 1836.
pe 'WM. II. HOICO.MP!.


a:G. I~v OiTHi T C' .' er 9
A -S supplied hihnself wiblh ,t-h l
.rhwiu irixIct, 'I n ; aI half pound( Canistirs for salee LIv"
8'- j).&I R.OSBORN.
ap; es.it; Rhe'; ls March I st, 1836.
p a^ r!'- 0 11t !.' ; 1r8a.uT o i ni li t n; ti t' a 1 8 A6 .
p lr_ .-'; rtia i n i a11 n t Vy i '" *r- V BS 2 T I P .A P ,
ule. tu'ltv i.,.lt by !tn lilt l ; tetii l & tN i insoi nl ol FOOLS CAP iand l.i;'I"
-E;I tl 1teiua' U RtE[ PA. '.S, foi. salueal thi 0Is O'FIC&.


Ther oiieters
For sale by
D. OSBORN-,
Lenox, Feb. 8;h, 1837.



A SUPERIOR article of the Swedged Tro
axletrees for one horse WVag'on. or Car
images for sale by G. SABIN, ,o Co,
Lenox April 28th.
The !o'wton Academyh ,
..ALIYU.AL OrFVOCAL =.U3SIO,
By Lowell Mason,
And the Boston Acadamy's collection of
Church Music, for sale, by
J. G. STANLY.
Oct, 12.

t@ & hoe o
Thesubscribers havejust recieved a few
doz. pair ofGentlemens thick
B?4 & Shoes.

And for sale by
PECK kt PHLLPS.
Lenox, Nov. 10th, 1836. 12


Lee MHotel
HIS stand, situated a 'i i.- I of Lee
Village ias recently been purchased of
Henry C. Brown Esq., and having urndegone
a most thorough repair, is now open to the
public. Every attention will he paid to those
who may find it convenient to call.
S. D. STURGIS k CO.
Lee Sept. 4th, 18SB. ly


DE3SS Z -.Ia" 2 g'
M ISS OP I IIA -CLAMjs, is now
carrying on the above business in the
Brick Building a little north of E. L. & G.
Griffin's Store in West Stockbridge.
She has just returned from New York with
the latest fashions, and a choice selection of
Millenary and fancy articles, among which
are the following: viz. Tuscan, Florence, kr
Grecian, Lace Tuscan, English tS American
Straw, Silk Hats, Open Tuscan, a good as-
sortment of Fancy Ribons, Artificials, Fancy
Silk Handkerchiefs and Shawls, Footing and
Edging, Band-Boxes &c. 8-c.
Bonnets bleached and repaired, and ill
kinds of Millinery work done on reasonable
terms and short notice.
West Stockbridge, June 14, 1336 4Stf
B oks.

A new supply of

FR8ENCE, AXD EXNLGINB T,

AND

ustreceived by J. G. STANLEY.
Sept. 14th, 1830. 4
fHiiaaaery and
DRESS MAKING.
M IS. S H. ODI, having just returned
From New York with the latest fashions
and a fine assortment of Goods will be happy
to wait upon the Ladies in her room over the
Store of E. F. & R. Ensign.
Fheffield, 21st June, 1836. 45


Dr. Plki~ucy'ii-Family Pills,
For removing complaints arising from In-
digestion or weakness of the stomach, for sale
at G. Worthington's Store, where may be seen
certificates from a number of the first men in
the State of New York.
Lenox, Aug. 20, 1836. 1



A good assortment of Boots, and Shoes, of
almost every description for sale by
G. SABIN & CO.


Lenox Sept. 28, 1836.
Boots and Shoes of any description made to
order, and onu short notice, enquire as above.

'" ( s & SMq)Cs8
N extensive assortment, just received and
for sale, by
CEO. WALKER.
Lenox, Sept. 1-380.

T ILBS. Alum. 2000 lbs. Cop-
0 e poras on hand and for salt
by the subscribers. PECK & PHELPS.
Lenox, Aug. 12, 1836.


The subscribers have j',ust received and are
now receiving a good assortment of Winter
Goods, such as,
Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Sat-
inetts, Plain and figured French
Merinoes, English 6-4 Merinoes,
Circassians, Merino Shawls, &c.
jAL ef which they will sell as low as usqal.
PE;CK t& PHELPS.
,eq Oct, 118 -356.


Reeml val.
M|HE subscriber lihas removed his
- Book-Store, Book-bindery i nd Print-
ing Office, to the Brick Building opposite
the Coffee House; where they will be
carried on as heretofore.
J. G. STANLY.
Lenox, Feb. 18, 1836.,

A GENERAL assortment of Writing and
_Printing Paper of all kinds, qualities &t
prices constantly on hand and for sale by
0'VENv -'H UJRI.BUT.
r UCIF.IME NI'l 'TCIZS, for
LSalehy 1). & R. OSBORN.


A LLEN PIRECOTT and A WIN-
TER ini tIe West, recd. at the Circu-
aling Library. March. 5



VIOLINS from $2,50 to $20;
Flutelf, Fnlgelets, Accordions Violin strings,
Clarinets ah iBassoon loueds, and Tinirg Forki,
fur salet by D. OSItRON
Lenox, Dec. 17, 1836. 1

1Cover ecd.
A QUANTITY of Clover seed on hand
and for sale by G. SABIN, &. Co.
Lenox Aprill 28th.



A DIS' Tuscan Straw, and Gon lemens'
J Suathin Beaver and Palm-leaf Hats, on
hand and for rale by G. SABIN.
Lonox, April 2.
TH E ILIN WOODS ; 'Sixly Yer-
--since" in Anierict. By tie nnithoi
of ho)pC Leslie, Ped;wood, .c. For suoh
i, J. G.SP'AN LEY. Jr.
Oct 8, 1&31 `4


NEW FALL FA -HIONS.
r:. i.11 E,3
ias Tust returned from New rk, with the
latest.
Fall and Winter Fashions,
For Ladies Hats, Caps, Coats, Cloaks, 4'c-
te., together with a full assortment of
MILLINECY, & FANCY,


pearly of every description. A beautiful as-
sortment of fine French, Figured, and En-
glish Merino, colored, and black Bombazine,
Crape, Camblets, a variety of Silk Velvets,
Gtc..c., any of whichl,b sold very cheap.
Gt. Barrington, *.h, .W'6,


A BBOTT'S Corner Stone
Fireside Pmety--Abott's Series
Mrs Sigournoy's Sketches
iulw.er's Pilgrinms or the Rlhine
Received at the Cilculai-t'ng Library.
J. G. STANLEY,
Lenox, Juno 5, 1836.


4 Sett Cane Bottom Onairs at the fac-
tory prices, for sale by the subscri-
bers. PECK & PHELPS.
Lenox, Dec. 16, 1836. 17

BUCK-WHEAT FLOUR.
A T G. \Vorthington's Store by the
Ls- barrel or less quantity.
Lenox, January ,4ih, 1836- 20

CA Bbl. Zante Currants for sale by
Am the Subscribers.
PECK AND PHELPS.
Lenox; June 91h,18306.
H1TE Thibet Handkerchiefs and
Shawls just received by
G. WALKER.
je 8.T 42tf

Slour.
AF W Barrels and half Barrels of Super-
A fine Wheat Flour warranted first quality
ustrcceived and for sale by
G. SABIN, & Co.
Lenox April 28th

New Goods.

Ga lorthington.
Has, and will r'ecieve, what will make his as-
sortment coinplete. Any person wishing
to buy for cash or ready Day will do well to
call, as he designs to sell a little lower than
any other cash store in the county. Credit
to responsible people as upual.
LeniC Oct. M IW* A


'ew Winter.


The subscribers have just received at their
tore a good assortment of

Dyr i oodb



Crockery &c.
Among the Dry Goods can be found the fol-
lowing article-s.
Plain and ribbed Cassiimeers,
Black, mixed, and drab Sattinetts,
Lion skin and Petersham cloth fbr over
coats,
Brown and Silk Camblets,
Plain and Figured French Merinoes,
do. English M rinoos and Circassian,
Black and Greeo Crape,
Black and red 8-4 Merino Shawls,
8-4 Rob Rov 3hmawls,
Thiibet Merino Dress lIdkfs.
Gentlemen and Ladies Silk Italian Cravats,
Green, table cloth Baize,
Merino Bordering,
Gentlemeus woflln and cotten Gloves.
Wollen Yarn Comfotables &c., all kinds too
numerous to he rom.tioned.
TLrher with all kinds of Hardware and
Crocker.i-as good an assortment as usually
kept in a country store, all of which the sub-
ccribors would respectfully invite their cus-
tomerns to call and examine for theinu.aIves,
They flatter themselves that they can accom-
modate the public on as reasonable terms as
their brother Merchants.
PECK& PHELPS.
Lenox Nov., 10th, 1836.

NOOTICE.E
The Curtisville'Manuf'g Co. having sold
their entire stock of goods to Messrs. N. k
W. Rosseter, request all who are indebted to
them by note ot boik account, to call and
settle the same immediately.
A. F. eA ICKIN3ON, Agent.
Curtisville, Aug. 19, 13, 1


SSept. 2S1, 1 .

Are now receiving from New York, a very
choice and well selected stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
(C'onsisting of
Broad Cloths, Cassimers & Sattinetts,
French to English Merino's anid Circassians,
Merino, Thibet Wool, and. Persian Shawls,
A beautiful article of the
French, Wrought Collars.
India Rubber Aprons of different sizes.
Dark Prints and Ginghams, of the most
desirable and fashionable Paterons.
Linen Cambrick Handkerchiefs.
Plaid Muslins, &c. &c.
Paints & -ils,

Groceries,

Crockery &

.Ha'rdware.
as usual.
To tho examination of the above, with ma-
ny other articles, they would respectfully in-
vite the attention of their friends as they
eol confident that they can give them some
first rate bargains.
Please call and decide for yourselves.


NE WV FALL


AT THE
BEIIKSHIR E STORE.

J. C. & A. C. Russelfa
ave just received a full assortment of
OW Fall Goods,
Consisting of a very full assortment of
Silk, Fancy, &t.Staple Dry Goods.
Worsted Goods, of almost every descrip-
tion.
A Great variety of Prints, &c. &c.
A choice selection of Groceries, (liquors
excepted.)
Hard & Hollow Ware, Drugs and Medi-
cines, &c. toc.
The highest market price, will at all times
be paid for all kinds of Produce, Domestic
Flannels, to Full Cloth, k most kinds ofL'um-
ber, in exchange for Goods.
Those wishing to pay cash, will find it for
their interest to call and examine their stock,
as they may feel assured, that Goods may be
had at low prices.
P. S.-Remember the
Gt. Barria'ton Stone Store.
Sept. 28, 1886-2'

,Scythes.
A Supply of Jenison's Cast Steel Gra
Scythes, just received by
G. SABIN, & Co.
June 8th, 1836.

1.Tanted.
g Feetof n1 iK
'10000j g BOARDS, wanted
for which th( 'igheat price will be paid Iby
( BABW'le


For Sale
Cheap, by A. THOUVE r.NI ,
Diving flew Stoves,
Jews Harp,
Box Stoves,
_.Large & small Franklin Stoves,
One Nott Stove & the pipes,
Hollow Ware, fire dogs and
other Castings.
Lenox.Furnace Oct. 26 18'6.


Trsses.
I-ARSIi-S SUPE IJIOR PATIENT
These Truss. .e constructed i many
particulars,. on an entirely new plan, a Itheir
advantages over all other Trusses ha been
attested not only by the most respect 61e of
the medical faculty, but, by actual :peri-
nients of those afflicted.
The most eminent Physicians, upon an ex-
amination of this Truss, are so decided as
to its superiority, that they have cheerfully,
and voltntqrily, given certificates to the pro-
prietors to be laid before the public. These
Trussess are for sale by
J. C. & A. C. RUSSELL.
Great Barringtoni, Sept 1829. 6

MERINOES, SILKS, & BOM-
BAZINES.
A good variety of French, German, and
English Merinoes of superior quality;
Black, Coloured and Striped French Bom-
bazines, a beautiful article and cheap.
A full assortment of Black, and Colored
Silk, &c. &c.
Most of the above Goods, being purchased
in thi Stcm-mer, will enable us to sell t.icum
much less than the present price and qualities
of such goods. For sale by
J. C. & A. C RUSSELL.
Sept. 28th, 1336-

U1DlSON &T PITTFI IELDD






M ail Stagye,


Zuery 'hy?
(Sundays excepted,)
Leaves Hudson, at 6 1-2 o'clock A. M.,
and Fittsfield, at 6 o'clock A. M.
Arriving in Hudson in time for passengers
to take the Hudson Steam-Boats
and Barges for Ne.w-York.
-00o00ooo-
THE STEAM-BOAT







Westchester,
[,eaves IIudson every \Wednesday and
Saturday, at 4 o'clock P. M.
Leaves New-York for Hudson Mondays
and Thursdays, Fa'ac $1.
-0o0000-7
TIPI STEAM-BOAT
L E G2- L sA T '1
Leaves [Hudson Tuesdays and Fiidays
at 4 o'.lock.
New-York for Hudson Wednesdays and
Saturday.
N. B.-Baggage taken to and from the
Steam-Boats, by the City Hotel baggage
waggon, FREE tOF EXPENSE.
SMITH & MILLER, Hudson.
E. KINGSLEY. Stockbridge.
Hludsot, May 24, 1836.


Lenox, June 5. 1836


I. Q. 5TA2LN ', &


tEATLY EEu.Ct'ErD, at thia Olc

Fur (aps.
WT'ie Subscribors have now on ba4n a Ig.
assortment of
Fur and Sea,


For sale by PECK & PHELPS-
Lenox, Nov. 10th, 18s8. Is

GRAIN WANTED.
The Subscribers will pay Cash for, Rye,
,; or.Corn, if delivered soon, .,
G. SAIUI t&. Co.
Oc, 12th 1856.
Vg Iirma and
NEW GOODS.

T'ie Subscribers have entered into copart-
norship under the name of WVright & Coop-
er, and lIaveleased of J. Z. Goodrich & Co.
for a term of years, the Brick Store forrer;v
occupied by Lester & Avery in then Centrf-
"ville, now Glendale, in Stockbridge. The
Store is now filled with a large Stock and a
complete assortment of Goods, such as are
kept in the best country stores. Nearly all of
their goods are now, and were purchased, with
a few exceptions, in New York in the months
of October ind November. They are now
receiving a fresh supply purchased within the
last ten days. In tihe selection and purchase o
their goods, they have been assisted by some
of the most experienced merchants, 'in the
county. They assure the public then, that
they will find on their counters GOOD',
GOODS and a acon A'soRTMENT. Thiey
say not better or at lower prices than at other
Stores; but they confidently believe as good
and they intend to sell as low as can be found
or purchased elsewhere.
Casl and all kinds cf produce received ln
exchange for Goods.
%' .They are now ready for trado; and as ia
trade the benefit should not be all on one side
they hope to furnish goods at such prices ;ra
shall make it mutual-a benefit both to sell-
ers and purchasers.
Samuel C, Wright,
John M. O(eoper.
Mmffielf) Bw. N, 18%| ,.


.ldvertisemet.
TO THE ASTHMATIC AMD CONSTuMTIVb
The most prevalent and fatal of all
the diseases incidental to civilized society
-the consumnpiion -may generally
be traced to the leant alarming of disor-
-isorders,a slight but neglected cold! By
estimation, it appears that one hundred
and lifty thousand persons die annually of
the Consumption. Most of these dread-
ful results may be attributed to common
Colds, and a negligent treatment of the
harassing cough that generally ensues,
which is usnally followed by difficult brea-
thing, pain in the side, and and at last
Ulcerated Lungs; Violent a:;d repeated
Asthnnatic attacks also bring on con
sumptive symptoms. One or to dollars-
expended in the purchase of
r R. R ELF)ES ASHTMATIC
IPILLS
and a little attenton to their timely ad-
ministration, uinisally ensure a iniiga-
tion of these disorders, oand generally cf
feet a cuwe. The Pills are also an easy
and effectnnalremedy for the symptoms
preceding and accompanying the Asthma
and- consumption. For colds, coughl-,
difficulty of breathing, tightness and stric-
tores across the cihelt, wheezing, pain itn
the side, spitcing of blood, &e.---
Few cases can occur of any of this class
of disorders, in which the purchaser ,! r Dr
Relfe's l'ilrs will not find al rich rct.us,
for their trifling expenditure. Pt ice-
htiole boxes,30 Pills,,1l; half do. 12 Pills,
WOcts.
TO THE

-M,7HITI uand souNnTeeth are both
S anornament and i blessiiu g 'Pline
security for their advantage is to be found
in the use of the
Brilish dnliseptic Dc 'rifice.
This elegant tooth P.owder, withll very
little uIse. eradicates the ecurvev int the
guns, and pievents hle accumulation of
Starter, which not onti- bt;usks, but leo-
sens the teeth, aiu ;.ae;n -'.tas their do-
cay. The dentrifice tihus removes thi
prevailing causes of ofreiisive breath,pre-
serves the healthiness and floridness of
the gums, and renders tie teeth beauti-
fully white. Prico50 cts.
(Y(" None genuine unless signed. on
the outside printed wrapper by the soLs
PrRPRIETOR, T'. KIDDER, iminedixte
suc.e-sor to the late Dr. W. T. CONWATr.
For a;le at his Counting Room, over NO.
90, Couit-street, near Concert Hall, 3Bo-
ton, and also by hiie special appoiiuniit'n,
by G. SABIN,& Co, Lenox,
GUY WORTHINGTON, da.
J. C. L A. C. RUSSELL,.
Ot. Bnrringlow


The Copartneslhip, ierectio)ro ezi*
tidg, between the subscribers, indepr re
firm of D. & R. Osborn, i by monttlE
consent dissolved. All cunccr;ns, o s-iL
firm, will be se tled by Davii Oshborn,
who will conltilue biuiness in hit, own.
name. 1DAVID OSBORiN.
ROMA NTA OSBORN.'*,
Lenox R-pt. 12th, 1836-

AEORE WALKER, b.
jnuit received frnomn Noew Yonik
fresh a-vsortmcnt of Spring and Summer Gono4.
Lenox, May 7, 1836. 38tf
Lithographic Prints,
O tFF lteeortrait oltle Iiai c, ,r. Di N t
Lee, may be had or


WADDING, Batting, Wicking and Cot-
ton Yar'i Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14
15, 16, 18, 22, 24. For ie lby
G. WALKER.
Lenox, June 8th, 183C?


utter Wanted.
-I, -(5 -- i Butter wanted
S4- "* For which cash
will be paid by
G. SABIN & CO.
Lonox, Oct. 27th, 1.885.


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