Moses Clark, of Landaff,we learn, committetl suicide by diowning, about a week since. A man of good sense and very well informed, lie yet feil into the miserable delusion of MiÃ¼ensm, and reason was ousted from her throtie. He was highly respected in hts town, and so well esteemed in Grafton cotinty aa to have been elected Chairnian of the Itoad comrni.-sioners. He vvns a representativo from Landaff to the legislaturc, for two years previoug to the present yearj and was a very aseftti, careful and well informed member. The pecuniary loss to the community, and the morul and social evil engendered by this raging malady, must be enormous. Men leave their business, neg lect Iheircrops, desert their fnmilies, and dis - rcgnrd all their aocial and civil duties, under tliestmnge influence of utter nonsense. - JY. H. Patriot. A horse forty tico years of age. - This 'norse owned by O. Maarau, of 72, Wall st. N. Y.. is a ereat curiosity. Mr. Maura drives him into thia city nlmost daily from Staten Island, and he can now travel a milc in less than fovir minutes. He is tctive and eats hay rs well as ever. The oldeet horsc on record i-n the British Museum was 72 years. This k believed to be the oÃdest loree in the Unitei States.