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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 October 1841

TT T f f J3_ K>J? BY GREELEY & McELRAI H. gr?; n s-C 1 fei h H iS j $ w V ' P. m OFFICE NO. 30 AIXN-STREET. price orte CEST. ft'EW-YOBH, ?OXBAY HORtfEYG, OCTOBER f. 1841. vor. i. so. is i TH^Niw-YORK TRIBUNE, i. M-Mi?h(-<i every morninc atNo.30Aan Uj? Ncw-Vork, an/delivered to City subscnber. J'rONK CENTpereopjr. Mail SnbicnbOV^PW ianusi in advance, and tke paper i" no ?";c0 ; "? Kd Ac tfane for wWd/it i, paid- Subscriptions tikcn for Six Mouth*._ T**, ./ Mtcrtisi*s....r? we* ^{Teertf???! ?/ rrVlinoi or ten [ovei six), first insertion.. ?>? c?. jo. for each ?ul equent inaerUoa.--?. g *?* Jo. for SIX insertions, or or..- weeK.? i r? Jo. for TWENTY-FIVE tasertioni... OO Long, r Adi ertuwumts at equally favorable rates Zj- Advertisements when ordered to to be continued ?the Inside after t!..- fir*t insertion wrtl be subjectto v, ?am., rhance " on tueir first appearance?payable ? advance._ JT HE TRIB I X E , MONDAY MOKNIN?, OCTOBER 4, 1841. Siumarine Armor.-?The Boston Dail...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 October 1841

THE TR IB IXE. MODMAY MORNING, OCTOBER I. 1841. ET Vor na nrtic!*- on Nnbmiiriac '.r mor, aevernl Comninaicatiens and JLx lra?.:?, ?cc Pirat i*>mr. 1 T i*'or a form from Slack Wood, nnd 'Ziicelluneoii? article*, ace l.afct Page. Editorial Co: rcspondcnce. Utica. Fr.day Lvetiar, Oct. 1. The delinquent counsel, witnesses, &c. in the . ?ase of McLcod, have nearly all arrived: only ?MiC material witness on the part of the prosecu? tion and two or three esteemed such on behalf of the defence are still a-xent, but daily expected. I see no reason why th* Trial might not he com raenced to-day, but'the defendant's counsel is in? flexible against opening before Monday. So, a to push them would only cause the cn=e to be svr*rn off till next term. 1 apprehend the Attorney General will not move till Monday. I have heard that Mr. Spencer object* to having a Jury empan? eled over Sjndar. I do nut be!:"ve he will avoid it now. as the formidable array of witnesses, de positions, and knotty qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 October 1841

Official. TeEASLIY ?Kl'ARTMfNT, Sr|)t. iT. lsll. Prorctals wiilbe received at thi.? Department, undo the provision of tke Act of Coairie-r pa??ed July 31; 1841 entitled"..a Art authorizing a Loin not exceeding tbi rain of twelve million* of dolors." until Wcduesday, (hi ?lh day of October nest, inciu.ivc, for a loan of two mi! boes of dollars, tearing interest at the rate of six pe centum, payable quarterly, ???<? irredeemable before tL 3t.t Dce-rnbcr. being part of ibe loan oftw.lv millicus of dollars aiuboriz-d b> th' ??"* Ace. The proposal* will .late the amount < tiered 10 be loaned ai d the rate at which ?ach loan will be made ; the rate however, must not be less thin the par value of the stock Upon the acrcpnuce of the proposal by the Secretary o the Tr 'a?urv, the psyment for trie s ock must be ma :? :: ipecie, or the aotea of specie-payiag banks, convcrtibli into ?pecie at the place of d* posito, to be deposited to th credit of the Treastirerof the Halted State., in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 October 1841

From Blackwood for S?"pt THE FOWLER. tr HELTA. ' An<* is there 'arc is heav'n' and is there love In hcav'nly sp.rita to these creature bare. Thai may compassion of thtir evils move ' There is?else much more <vretailed w/rithr es" Of men than beast*. But oh ' the exceeding fcrace Of highest Ood thet lave.- Ins creiture, en, Attd all hi? -??Orks ?ruh mercy do'.h embrace, Teat blessed angels be sends to aud fro. To serve ob wicked man?to serve hi* wicked foe." _ ?rtMsKR. L havl an old remembrance?'tis as old A- Childhood's visions, and't is mingled witn Dim thoughts, and scenes grotesque, by fantasy From out Oblivion's twilight conjured up. Ere Truth hud shorn Imagination's beams, Or to forlorn reaiitv tamed down The buoyant spirit.' Yes! tbe shapes and hues Of winter twilight, often as the year Revolves, ar.d hoar-frost grimes the window-sill, Bring back the lone waste scene that gave it birth And make me, for a moment, what I was Then, on tnat Polar morn?a little boy. And Earth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 October 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, Ii published every morning, at No.30 Am rtJSn. t New-Tork, and delivered to CitySubsc^bers forONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscriber*. 9* Pfj annum ia advance, and the paper in no "<r eouunurn Wend the time for which it 11 paid. SobvcripUona taie:i for Six Month*. Ten?. tf Jtd9trHnnj(V...ro* <?c\ ^f^^^'L TEN lines or lea (over tlx), first insertion.. ?>? <?-" do. for each subsequent insertion.. ?*?* do. for SIX insertions, or one wee*.-.-?! *?? do. for TWENTY-FIVE iiisertiorii. uo Longer Advertisements at equally fevorsble rates ft*. Advertisements when ordered to to be conI on the inside after the first insertion will be ml t o he same charge as on their first appearance-; . . n all case- in advance. i THE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ... 1841. Tut I'm"' Stitis Macazike and Democsxtic Re? view. Octoh?r, 1841. J. A- II. G. Langloy, .'.7 Chat bam stret t Politics greatly predominate in this number of t'r.c Democratic Review, which U therefore, of j ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 October 1841

THE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1841. XT For sYditorial Noticea of tbe !Dfmo. crotit: MJrvievr. Knicltr; boclter. nnrl :in article ott the coming ?Lction, ????-? Firm Page. For n Hew < har>t--r of Barnaby Kudse. ? L,nst I?a^'t-. ARE YOU KKG1STKRLD I We put this question to every Whig in the city, ntid intieat him tu put. it to his neighbor; and if ?> cunnot bo answered in the affirmative to-day, Jet it by all means be thus answered to-morrow. A*ter this week the Polls close, and thus all chance for obtaining a vote will be cut off The Election is cot far off; the questions involved in its decision are of the highest and most pressing importance, and no Wtiig si a true jriend to his country or kit party who neglects to place his name upon the Registry Roll. Soc to it, Friends, that yours th-TC to-day.' The Oppositi?n nr<" straining every w. ttt to preserve their power in this metropolis : they are active duy and night: every engine <>? chicanery and corrupt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 October 1841

<g^^,_jjnni??i?? imnimi-iiiii im n um Iii Convention r>r Homk IkDTJSTRT.?This im? portant Convention will assemble on Friday, tbe 15th >n?'-. the nttn day of the Fair of the Ameri? can Institute. It is admitted, almost universally, ' .'iit the regulations of foreign countries are oper 5n3g most injuriously on our commerce and our !3ati*try. 'Within a few year-, an extensive trade th tie West Indies has been annihilated, and ; .jacommerce with other countries has been seri j j?ir injured by the advantages which the British ! ^einnient huve conferred on her own shipping, uoeans of her tarilTand her Colonial laws. This .'sot intended to be a Manufacturers' Convention done; all occupations are invited?and it is hoped ?je ?ubiect will be dismissed w ith fairness and im -rtia?ty. The more extensive the representation, bcttt*.?a- it will present a knowledge of the nets, whines, and views of different sections of -arcountry. The movements ia different onarters ieate that it will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 October 1841

? IWMM III -M-Mi'.JP.j... I i H?iL_J^lfSSSni j; ARiN A B Y Rtl D G E. Keto csL'ov I br Bo; CHAPTER L1X. It .-. :;--hiv a*, tiii- j ;:.c:;;ri' to re'Jtr, t. riug'tj. ?'ho;ijaviDg. as we have ?cen, called to th? rioters to disperse from about Warren, and mee: acmr: as ti-.:;a'. l'!:-d..-i !????;. ?':.<; darkn?-? fron which lie iiud a:?d teappeared no mon that night. He paused in the copse which sheltered bin from the observation of Iiis mad cor^jcinions, and wait-id te ascertain Whether they drew o:T a: hi* I .., ! .... . Btill Ii _? red and railed to him to join them. Some tew, he saw, were indisposed to go ttwaj without him. and made toward the .-not where he stood wnccaled, a* though th-ywere alsout to follow in his footsteps, and urge him to coma bach j but these men. being in their turn called to bv their friends, and in truth not greatly , :::. jo venture in the dark parts ot the grounds where they might easily be surprised and taken, it any of the neighbors or retainers ot t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 October 1841

OCTOBER 6 - i *?>?.. I. ^o. i.Vl THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, i; ?juhlish'" >! ?' rerv morn inf. ?t No. 30 Ann N.'v.-.Vork. and" .b-lit .-re.! to Citv Snbsoiibors for ONE CENT l>cr copv. Maii Subscriber*. $i P? annum ia advance, kr. ! the ; ap-r in no ca?" continued I ? on! the time for which it i- psiJ. Sobscriptlons ::. '?> r. f..r si\ Months. Tt.n, tf Mv?rtwiq>....ror tad MvertUent^cf TEN lines or lea ov riu"x)\ am insertion.. 3? et?, da for each sansequent utserUon,. .!... for SIX insertions. or or-r "-?* "** >io. for TWENTV-FI ?!? insertion*- 5 00 I nnrer Adi irrtlsemontii at equally favonble rates ijj- Advertisement* uiien ordered to to be continued on ?ne inside after the fir<! insertion will t;<* subject to ne same charge as on their fir?t appearance?payable n all cases in advance. T H E T R I B U N E, WKHNKSDAY MORNING. (KM?15KK ' . IS II. Tnr B. ok without a Name. P.y .?ir T. Chasxes and Lady Mokgas. In two volumes. Wiley 4t Putnam, ill Broadway. This is a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 October 1841

r HE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY. MORNING, OCTOBERS,1841. l'or:>u Addreea fiom No:ih Wflwli-r. nuil tttau (.f Istiellif-eacc, ????? t iroi fay*-. For n .'o.tii bs John Q. Ail'ini*. und a u.-w < bapil .? offlrtrnaby I.u<I?'e. -ee l.n?t [CP We receive*! but evening from the Eunor at Urica tho following clear and spirited report of the proceedings on the Trial of McLeod up to the adjournment of the Cottrt oo .Monday evening-? This evening we shall of course receive from the same source a like sketch of the proceedings yes TRIAL OF ALEX. McLEOD. I P.eportod for The Trihune.] 0?e>Ja Oonnty Ot.tr and Trminer, Utiea, Monday, (t(U 4(A?-Justice GaiOLEY pretiditg. Tat Pi.ip1' of-ia* e'a'' "f ?v"**- York, , Indictment for v. the Warder of Alexander McLtod, S AniesDurfee. Willis U.u.. Attorney General, S. C. Hawley uf Buf? falo. J. L. Wood, Oi-'rict Auorney rf Niagara, Coun? sel for the p ni>ic. Josnri A. gpkNCEh Of Utica, A. C. B&.DI.EV arid II. GakOXEB of'Lockp'.-rt, Counsel ivr t:....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 October 1841

Tuf. tV??th?R alovo Shore.?Tho gale on Sunday, which in this city was by Tai the severest ?fthe season, it appears was no lea* uncomforta? ble ac the East than here. The Boston Tran* rri'rt says that from Saturday night until Monday P rning tha wind b!.-w a hard gale from the East and" North-east, and that a considerable springling rfsnow fell by way..! variety. Limbs were blown ftom the trees: the awning* were torn to tatters ; pro -loop- .vorc suok on the flat, und a schooner rear them lost her -nasts. Several lumher laden rfhooners dragged their anchors but finally brought I without ?ustaining damage. The IT. S. ship Columbus had to let go an anchor during the gale, jjjhbugh she was moored with a double chain of the strongest dimensions. Her topgallant masts tce.-e housed, and ail aloft as snug as possible. The steamer Caledonia, which left Boston on Sa? turday, doubtless cleared the bay bet?re the storm cnmmcnccd. Considerable apprehension was felt for the safety of the Acadia, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 October 1841

SJ* The following Poein by Jons Quwcr An*:.:- u from the Sonthu ?: Literary Me*?*?nf?*r for October. It i- weilten in profc-scd imitation of the exquisite Ode of Horace, coratiicncinr ? Integer * itae, n eler -\w -mrus Non eget Maoris jsculi?, nesjue ?reo.' A CANZONKT TO SALLY. T'ie ?an in righteousness areay'd, A pure and blam-less liver. Needs not the keen Toledo blade. Nor venom freighted quir?-r. What thoM;-b h- wind his toilsome way O'er rerrions wild an'J weary? Through Zara* burning desert stray . Or A.-ia's junstles .'.reary ; What though hr plough the billowy der;,. Bv lunar light, or solar. Me-'t the resistless Swoeoin s sweep. Or iceber;' .-irrunipolar. In bo- or quagmire deep and dank, His fool shall never settle . He mounts in' ?ommM ?f Mont B.an. . Or PdpocatepeteL On Chimborszo'* breathless bight. H? treads o'er burning lava : Or snuffs the Bohan Upas Might: Ttif deathfol plant of Java. Through every peril he sbiil pass, By \ irt.-.-'s" sniell prctected j And still by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 October 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, far o.VE CENT per copy. Man Subscribers, 9* p?r ?:.n-.n, [n advance, ud Re paper in no c? Mnunud beyond the time for which it U paid- SabKriptioni taken for Six Month*. TWmt ?f Mrtrti??t....nr tmek .jMrrrtiV.sW TK v lint nr ten (over six), first insertion.. SO e.?. .to. for each inbteqaent insertion..-_ ^ 4)3 - do t..: SIX insertion*, pi one weeK....?| do- for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.. 5 OO Longer Advertitemunts at equally favors Ide rates, {va- Advertisement* when ordered So to be continued en^ne inside after the first insertion will be (object to he same rhurife as on their first appearance? payable n all cases in advance. J H E TRI B I X E, THCRSD \Y MORNING;OCTOBER7, 1841. LATER FRO M EUROPE. The steam-hip Acaima, Capt Ryrie, arrived at Bo.fn on Tuesday at 'A o'clock, v. m. She has hsd terrible weather the whole voyage, ami brings 190 passengers with dates from Liverpool tr. the i IQih ult., her day of sailing. The intelligence is of a (rood decree of intere...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 October 1841

THE TRIB?NE. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 7. 1341 O" For f.nle Fori-ign New? by the Aca ?tin, in- Fir?! Pnge. TTla order to make room for she report of th>- McLccs ir.?i <-e are compelled to ornit a number ">f ad:trii-? ratal*. They thall appear to-morrow. TRIAL OF ALEX. McLEOD. Reported f..r The Tribune. O.NF.IDa oyer AND TERMINER. Hecond Day.Tvissoxv, Oct.5,1 we - ': Eridmrc for the Prosecution comttnuea. Daniel G. Stewart, (.worn.) a ]'anA "n board the Caroline or, the night of her destruction : (testified tho ?0,0 ai Weils with respect to her trip, down from Buffalo to Schlosser and back and forth to Navy Inland ; laid op for the night.) T\ as himself one 'of the night-watch, there were three men on deck, Capt. Kennedy, Nichols ar.d rnr,M ; was alarmed about midnight by the appearance ol row-boats coming toward t't.e bunt full of men t at first thoogbt tbey were Indians;; saw them just ir. aiiJe the little i-la;id which iie- in the ,iream be? tween Navy 1-lmd and Schlosser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 October 1841

Mcrdek-?The Evening Journal sinter, that u murder was perpetrated near Fonda on Sunday rirht last. The particulars given are these: The canal boat Highland Mary, on her way West.when near the villoge.her towiine became entangled in the foe ?f the J. C. Hawiey. bound down, when the bowsmanof the Highland Mary sprung upon the Hawiey, ar.d was in the art ot" cutting their line, when he was struck by one of the Hawley's crew with a pole o.ei the 'head, which fractured the ?knlL and caused his death in an hour after. Fatal Accident.?Tho Commercial of yester ;ac contains a notice of a sad accident on board ?ce ?team-frigate Trenton, while lying off the Hook jr, Tuesday. A sixtj-four pound gun burst on board ?he boat, killing two and wounding six men. The 'tilled sr-e Samuel Snowrnun, seaman, :md Joseph PLilbrook. ordinary seaman. Wounded:?Russe! Smith, carpenter's mate: Joshua Wyman, quarter runner; Levi Lawson, seaman; Thos. Smith, or? dinary seaman; Richard Bell, ditto; and John Ctvi:ic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 October 1841

From ? Feast of Poett*" tot 1841. LINKS WRITTEN IN A ROMAIN CAM-' IT BAVARIA. There i:, a clone, before die sun; The wind i? bushed and still, And silently the waters run Beneath the -.ombre hi"; The sky Ls dark in even- place, As is the earth below? Methinks it wore the self-same face Two th?usar>d years ago. No light is on the ancient wait, No light upon the mound, The very trees so thick and '?.'?1 Cast little shade aroartd ; P.. ailent is the place and coid, ao far from human ken. Jt hath a look that makes me old. And spectres time again. I listen half in thought tu bear The Roman trumpet blow. I search for glint of helm and spear Amidst the forest bough ; And armor rings and voices swell? i hear the legions tramp, And see the lonely tentinel Who guards the lonely camp. Methinks I have no other home? No other hearth to find, For nothing but the thought of Home is stirring in irry mind. And all that I bare beard or dreamed, And all 1 had forgot. Are rising up n? though they se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 October 1841

. lUBuTMrrm-?~ii?iiiniii i? i imiimamw THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, It mtblished every morning, at No.SO-Ann (treet, New-York. and delivered to City SubaexiDcre JsrONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, $* per annum in advance, and the paper in no cat- continued bcvon.! tLc time for which it i? paid. Subscriptions ujien for Six Months. TV-it of Jldvtrtirine... For r?r* .1 ?>.tH?f IHN lines or leas (over six . firstinsertion.. au cts. each sub* insertion.. do for SIX Insertion*, or one wccK... > i OO do IbrTWENTY-FIVE insertions s...9 OO Longer Advertisements at equally favorsblo rates. r-> A h .nUements when ordered to to be continued m ine inside after the first insertion will be subject to he samecharire as on their first appearance?payable n all cases in advance. ~T H E T ft I B U X E, FRIDAY MORNING. OC'I UllF.K 3, lP.ll. Tun PoCMS or Ossun. Tiumslatid kv James Mac ntcasOM. Es?. New York; Published by C. Wells, J6<>jld street. No scholar of course will tegard hi* library ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 October 1841

THE TRIBUNE. FBIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 8. 1311. For a Ut-bntr in Parliament on tbc Mctseod i n?e. *r, <rr Firit Pagr. For the roue litxiou of The Totijjh Yarn, *>*?*? Fourth r*nse. ICT WHIGS'! CITIZENS! live yon registered your namcii ? The Commissioners of I{?-gi?try ere now in ses.inn in all the Ward*. After to-morrow yon will have no oprportunfty o? Saving your nam* placed upon the R.-g:?-ry List, and can only vote by procuring n witness to prweyw rt^ence and obtaining a certificate. Editorial O.rre-pondenee. Svaactrsr, Wednesday, Oet ! 2 P. M. THE WHIG STATE CONVENTION assem Lied in tM-> city at 12 o'clock, to-day. On first calling ih-? ro.i. Delegates from Forty-Seven Counties r?sj*Midcd, ar.d more will doubtless come in bj iff** Western Cars A stronger Convention in tik-iit and character Ins never assembled in the I rntoro Star<* It was called to order iiy i-Ion. Isaa. La< by "f Monroe, ?n whose motion Hon. Henry A. DrvisnsToK, uf Dutches*, wn> lempo rarilj cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 October 1841

fXJ* In alluding to a fatal accident on board the jtearn fHgate Fci.tos, yesterday, the compositor ir.ade us saj " the steam-frigate " Trenton.' The error was so obvious as hardly to need this cor? rection. _ tl.Orks* Gazette " is the title of a very neatly printed weekly paper, of which the second Dumber is just issued. Its character may be in? ferred from in title. It is published atNo.il bpruce-street. _ r^y jhe new ' Irsing Circulating Library,' in ton Hail, contains 12,000 volumes, among (rhich are many old, rare and rurious works. f0'' WrSDSO* C?STLB ' is the title of a splen iid engraving from the burin ot Dick, prepared fot the New-York Albion, and jasi published fXT* Mnj. Tochva.n is lecturing on Poland at Portiar.d, Me. _ CJ" The Tippe, anne Club of Franklin County, Kentucky, have offeted a complimentary dinner to Messrs Crittenden and Mori-head. Lasl night about eleven o'clock, a destruct? ive lire broke out in the extensive organ factory ot .Mr f/enr\ Rrban, Centre stree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 October 1841

?TnLr iMiiii^cw^taaaarjfj: m srtsrgj Tar-.^T.ilaBI UTimi From the Gift for 1541. THE TOUGH YARN: OR, THE CAUSE OF JACK ROBISSO.s'j LAMENF.53. BY SK3A SMITH. .<?? iiduded.] 'Tfaen he called the captain and asked him i tie knew us. The captain said he didn't. Th? man looked at us mighty sharp, first to father, a.-.c then to tne, and eyed us from top to toe. VV t wasn't neither of us dressed very slick, and we could tell by his looks pretty well what he wa: thinking. At last be said he would leave it to the passengers whether, under all the circumstances, he sbouid pay the boy the ten d'dlurs or not. I looked at (ather and r:is face was as red as a ^.Iaz'' and I see his dander begun to rise. He didn t wait for anv of the passengers to-'** tb?r opinion about it, but savs he to the man, " P?d-rot your mooeyj if you've got anv more than you want, you mav t'hruw'h into tho sea for what i care; but if you offer anv of it to my boy. V? ?end you where a streak of" lightning wouldn't reach ...

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