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(From the Clm-ch or Piifrlmd Mij-'xine.
Father of all! Almighty Lord!
Thy voice is in mine ear ;
It comes upon the summer brorie.
To soothe, lo blets, to cheer.
It whispers in the Inw, sol chime
Of yonder silver r:ll ;
It thundars in the catanct
Which dashes down the hill.
It sighs among the p'etsant glades
pf forests, green snd lone ;
It ninrmurs in the wild wave, which
No vasultge daili own.
I hear it in each song bird's note ;
And, Oh! where is the spot
That spot of fearful silence where.
Father, I bear it not T
I see thy hand upon the earth.
Where towering mountain rite;
As if they sought those jiant lords
To touch the deep blue tkiee
I see it in the oldun woods
And on the young Fpring flowers ;
And in the lone, sweet, sili-nt stars,
Which gem the long night hours.
The bold, bright sun ; the pale, soft moon.
That emiles tvlies mortals dream ;
And when the willow branches bend
To kiss the laughing stream.
I see it in the lightning's flash.
And in the eor .l grnt
Of ocean buna. Oh. Father! where
Where do I see il not ?
Thy step is in the sunry Ealds,
Where waves the !n ersin ;
And where the g-accful anlrlope
Bounds o'er the sliadclesa plain.
I trsce it in the tangled path.
Where the dark serpent gUdes ;
And in tho gloomy jungle, where
The for st niona.cli hiilw.
Tie where the orarce-Mnssorre fell.
In sworl and snowy sliowars;
And fire. flies flem, like prks of gold.
Among the mjrtle.bowera.
I find shy footsteps every where :
No place is unforgot ;
Fslher! it were a string, dark plsce.
Where I could trace it uot !
Great God of mercy, light, and life !
Oh, be thna with me still
My hope, my staff, my friend, my guide,
Alike through good and ill !
What though I kneel not to thee where
Fair sculptured sllsrs ri.-e :
My shrine's thy fertile, blessed earth
My fane, thine own purekiee.
If to my share loms great, good gift
Peace, power, or wealth be sent;
Teach me to take itb humble heart.
And deem them only lent:
Or if. amid this changeful scene,
Some sorrow be my lot
Ob, may I bend to kia tba rod,
And fathsr. murmur not !
There are leaes thst will haunt as, tho' lonely
Our pathway be o'er mountain and Ma ;
There are loot' which will part with oa only
When memory ceases to be !
There are kopet that our burden may lighten,
Though toilsome and steep be the way,
Aad oVecms that like moonl.jut can brighten
With a light that is clearer than dT-
From the S,miiy Mercury.
A SHORT PATE.T SER.TIOY.
The following lines will lmm the
foundation of my present discourse;
The hoary fool who ninny days
Has struglrd with nnutinn:il sorrow.
Renews hit hopes, nnl blimlly lays
The desperate het upon To-morrow.
My hearers the ignis fatuus,To-
moriow instead of leadin" us out of
the swamps oi" tiou!le,oniy involves
us in further difli;:ulties,and the more
we are guided by it the worse we are
ff. It is but the sunlight of hope
"tiding the horizon of the iutiir.', which
recedes as we advance, and finally
I ides into the dull realities ol" to-dav.
Tint dM iys are d morons, im that
procrastination is the pilferer oi' time,
you h ue all doubtless re id from
aurnanuM oy exKtien.:e;
-nu yet y..,ia., on standing still, and
. . u..i- tioi.n,i- we leave the young shoots to be
by tne jo., as thong I, every ol.jerst toj,.hked by the weeds of neglect thev
be accomplished had n,e matt l .cul ; c:.n I(r(iue no fruit ,,,., a he
working us ,itn cmp'etioti. p vn,
i ic "ouifii f'zs in.it ie it t in nest
1 to-morrow, hatch out a very beau
tl!ul b:"oo" of
s:ntici;vitioii. but m re I
tlnn halt 'l them aie sure ti ibe. iiist :
leiu aie suie to, i.e. list i
ts they be-in to fe .ther.and f. ed up- '
on tm areen pastures of oui bosoms.
I nerefoiv, my friends, pluce ti con
fi It n e in the ni inow. That which
is to come is no more youts. to a cpt
tiinty. than the offspring of an un
faithful wife. Tlue! cents in the solid
r.urrenry ofto-d iyaro preferable by
far to three hundred in the shin plas-
ut promiam a precan .us to-mor- own ,,,rta. Always be busy, ai d
row for the bank of the I . iter is but vou will not be interrupted by ore
a brittle bubble that looks l.iseinating L-fceep travelling, and vour w'avs to
.t the fountain of the future, but fnppiness will ' be worn smooth
bunts ami disappears when tossed m ike up your urn Is that vou wiil be
upon the troubled waters of tlie prea-. vin to woik now for j ournvn s ilva
eUVr j . : t'on. and vou tie" ! n t trouble votir-
My dear friend?, that m m a selves a.mi anv to-.nrr.iw. nor en
lool who wastes his time in endeav-, .lonl.is' coppprnin r n l,pr...
u: -ing to lay silt on the tail ol
morrow; lor it is .". sliy bird, that sms I
sweetly in tlie distant groves, but
never was yet captured: and he too,
is a hoary old fool whose days and
years have br-en spent in a continued
"trtgle with somiw, tin-J still de
pends on hope alone for release.
Were he to irrib the piescnt hour by
the horns, and use every physical and
nental exertion possible, he would
soon be liberated from thrahioni, and
have the leliciiv of knowledge that
he is the procurer (if his own peace, j were there tii'd an I ex-r.uted; and
and that industry has made l.im ib'narit the b! mdly battle ol Mon
master over manifo ld miseries. ,ev-j moiit'i was fought, June 23, 1777.
cr, iiiv fiit-nds. tcnture rashlva betiUy i enversation with a hijihlv re-
upon the color of the chamelion to
morrow. It may exhibit bright and
dazzling hues in the distance, niu! yc-t
when approached, how often do 'they
change to dullness! You must be as
creen asprasshoppcr to suppose that
every star which ''listens in t'ie lit
niamrnt of the future is nlated with
ilver, or that the rainbow colors of in a not theastern direction from the
expectation are permanent and last- j Court House, by general Lee'sattack
ini'. Ti e fi oei s that prow in the i ing tlie enemy in the rear; who beintr
meadows of memory have a pen en-1 scatie-ed several milesalon? the road,
nial bloom, but those that bloom in some ti ne elapsed ere their force was
the garden of hope, lor the most part, I concentrated. Lee retreated before
quarider their fragrance upon the them for about twomilcs until be met
desert tiir of ideality, and then droop Washington under a Walnut tree
to foiiiih no more. In a woid, if , (now gone which stood on what af
yo:i thii k you c;m lie and snoo.e up-jterward proved lo be the battle
on the couch of carelessness, to-day,' ground; where the following, conver-
full confidence of drawing m
abundance from the treasury to mor
row. ' ou will be us it tich mistaken as
the boy was who endeavored lo light
a ci-ar by the latter f xt;fmity of a
Jlv fri. nls there i" an immensity
of weal'h crowded in ihe narrow cir
cle of diy. Ail beyond is a sterile
tract of country overshadowed by
the dark w ings of d 'tibt and uncer
The whole of man's tcre i
rent up in the present men cnt; and !
if lids be ne' lec ed, the thieving fin- j
cersof Time will pick away quarts of
the seed, which, bad it been sown in!
season tr-ieh! have produced bushels, j
Be up nnd doing, yelay cons n. p,o
crnstination. Nhke tHe sir .of s'.tg
cihness from off vour shoulders, and
di- with diligence for the gems that
lufembedded deep in the bowels o!
human capacity. All that you pet
to dav is ure :ain, but that which
you "purchase of morrow w ill be
i.kely to prove a dead loss. To-mor-row
comes as empty as a fih Wad
der, while yesterday is absquatulating
with a bap full of those golden oppor
tunities which you so heedlessly neg
lected. When it does come w.iai i.
j,? It's morning it noon its
nigh,-andh'.,v.thin? b0t d.j .f-
ter an. iin" r.i,I:.
which you despise on account of their
fTarrenJes,; and so you k jord
again in full faith and
brighter ones to come till at last you
find ynurlves surrounded by the
ter all. It is use an
'OUR COCHTBT A 2T D
BOWLING GREEN, PIKE CO., MISSOURI,
darkness of the tomb with the tam
per hope burning as bluely as a bug
lamp towards morning.
My worthy hearers you should
not live too f ist, but you" cannot be
gin to live too soon. Don't defer it
from day t day, for your bodies may
be prepared to die ere your minds nre
made up for living. Seconds, min
utes, hours, days, weeks, months iind
years slip by us softly, silently and
almost itrperceptibly while we ore
musing and meditating upon prospec
tive uncertainties. Let us not pon
der upon the past, for it is but a faded
Picture ol what once was, but no
longer is; nor behold ourselves in the
future, for il is n flattering mirror, too
false and untrue to be trusted: but
! let us take the advantage f the pres-
ent-bec:nise here are planted the
jseedj of a!1 ur ,jch p.n,pects. anJ if
i My friends ther is no such envi
I tv between time nmf elprnitu n tn-
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,;, in m rs existence is voir.
back of tins ts swallowed in the vor
tex of the past; and nil forward is un
born a mere fetus in the womb of
time. Improve, then, the present
monipn', and not sit foolishly starv
ing, indulging in the vain hope that
the morrow will furnish vou with
f ,0lJ) wlt,oul :mv exertion' on vour
Tim Hattleok MoxMOfTii. Free
hold, Xew Jersey, says a writei in
the New Jersey Herald, is a small
hut pleasant village. It contains the
county building--, five churches, about
450 inhabitants, and is principally
tiu It on a single street, mainly occu
pied by lare dwellings with spacious
j grounds exhibiting evidence of wealth
and rehnement. Il was an eventlul
place iu the revolution, several tories
spectable gentleman, living here nt
the tune, and whose father was guide
i t Washington on the field, we have
I gathered many interesting incident;
j a small part of which are given be-
action commenced near 0
o'clock m the morriinjr. about a mile
l sat nn ensued:
Washington- 'Ironc1 morning, Oen.
Lee! Why this disobedience of or
ders? Lrr. T is is the strength and
power ( f the Bi itish army and it is in
vain for us to oppose them.'
Washington. 'Are these your real
L e. They nre s-ir!'
Wasliiiiatnn. 'D? pleased sir, to
' deliver up your sword.
llns was done ami Lee retired.
The re-ult ol bis trial is too well
known fir insertion here,
The day was unusually hot, and
b'-th partirs sulfered extremely. The
LjiiiiMi moie uiuij iim .mri lutim, it-"
cause burdened v.i'h their knapsacks
and all the nccoutremenls for parade,
while the Americans were ordered
to divest themselves of superfluous
clothing, Many of both armies per
ished from this source alone, and
were afterwards seen dead upon the
field, without mark or wound. The
severest part of the action was at a
brush fence separating the Rav and
Parsonage farm'. Here the ISritish
Grenndiers lay like sheave in n har
vest field; their countenances turned
so black as to render it impossible to
recognise individuals, the expression
rendered more horrible by the gun
powder which they drank mixed with
We are so much accustomed to
hear the events of the revolution
rommrnt'd "pon that they fill upon
OOR COCXTEt's WEAL."
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1842.
the ear with the listlessness of a twice
told rale. But he, who for the first
j time visits the scenes of its struggles,
and stands on these hollowed spots,
rendered doubly so, as viewed
. through Hhe drrpening twilight of
J more than half a c?ni-y," will find
(new feetinps arise, who bearing the
jdiirnity of men upon, their frontlets,
( risked their nil in our prospective hap
piness. Few fields were more bloody
I tlt.in Monmouth none more deserve
From the Oigsn
. morning Star of the Revolution.
,'"t?e fust Jibel case for publi-binrjthe
t j-'i in this cvtiD try occurred in N. Y.
1 ia 1734. 'At this time the Civil Gov
jernois were contanlIy menacing the
' people with thieals of vengeance, for
thpir inrleiipnilnnre of thought nnd
I r - c -
jword. A newspaper was otablish
ed to defend the popular cause. In
'less than a y par, the editor. John P.
J TieUL'er, w.i imprisoned for publish
ing libels. I lie (iiand Jury refused
to find a bi l. but the Attorney Gen
eral was determined to have Treuser
'tried. An aged lawyer ol Philadel
phia. Andrew Hamilton, came for
jward in defence of Treuger and his
press, and justified the publication by
pieautns us iriitn; uui mc cuiei jus
tice declared th"! truth could not be
riven in evidence. Then said Ham
ilton to the jury we appeal to you as
witnesses of the fact, and you have
a ritrht to determine the law and the
evidence. The question, said he, is
not the cans of a poor printer, but
tho caue of liberty. The crdict of
the jury was mil guilty. The people
of th co'onies exulted in the result,
and the Common Council of Xew
York tendered to Hamilton the fran
chise of the city for his noble defence
of freedom anainst tyranny, and wc
are now reaping the fruili of his suc
cess. You, Mr. Ivlitor, are indebt
ed to it for the jntt and honorable
verdict received from your compeers
for publishing the truth, and the de
cision has added on; more star to the
constellation of the stars of frec lum.
1 UnESS. VN A ATUR.rAT i'jVKNIXC.
iThe scnc on the .uleiard on al
most every Saturday evening is pe
culiarly striking. It is then thrtneed
by the Jewish population, and there
seems lobe a tacit agreement among
the Christians to abandon it to them,
very few individuals, not of their
race. are lobe seen thereon thatniil:t,
certainly too few to break the dead-,
eninu effect of the uniformity of their
sober costume. The men nre dres-j
ed in a long wrapper which reaches
very nearly to the ground occasion-j
ally prey, mostly black; new, or raj-j
ied and rusty, asm iy suit the purse
or habits of the wearer. Thoo'h
jjenerally of woolen they are some
times of silk, and the exquisites, for
they are few, have them of satin; un
der this is a piir of black trousers,
which were tucked into high Welling
tons, Russian fash'on. Alow-crowned
broad-brimmed hat, or a black
cl-'tn cap. eded with fur, completes
the ugliest costume of Europe or any
other country. The Italian Opera
furnishes an ex ample of il in the Jew
pedlar of the G iz.a Ladra. Tlie eye,
unfortunately, is not the only oran
offended by their presence; this is
the more extraordinary, as they have
a most admirable example of cleanli
ness before them in their Kirtite
brethren. Tne women very general
ly dress in black, with a grey scarf
or kerchief on the neck; the gow n, of
ordinary make, is of rags or satin, as
mav happen; their headdress has a
high front, divided in thecenlrsabovc
ihe forene-nl and covered with black
velvet; ii U usually ornamented with
gold, jewels, and quantities of seed
or other peails. Many of thee
tiaras are of great value, and descend
as heir-looms in their respective fami
lies. Like the men, the habits of the
women arediity in the extreme.
Beau.y, by no mean rare amongst
the females of this people in England,
llaly,and many other partsof Europe,
is never seen here, and few Rebecca,
either in mind or form, are to he found
in Odessa, though Reginald Front de
Bceufs are numerous. The Jews
herd together nt their own coffee
house near the Hotel Richlieu, nnd
the only amusement which they en
ter in to in common with ths rest f
the public is the theatre. Notes of a
Hall-Pay in Search of Health.
Freight vs. Postage. The freight
of a barrel of flour to Boston, Newbu
ryport or Portland, is 10 a 12 1-2 cts;
the postage on a letter to the same
plices is 18 3 4 cente, N. Y. Phb.
False Estimates. It is yery com
mon for persons who either feel or
effect to feel a deep interest in the
welfare of the active and working
classes, to address them after this
fashion. "Study seek knoledge
nnd you will rise to high ofAc."
New we hold it to be in essence some
what insulting to tell a young man
that mental cultivation will secure
him what, in this and every other
country, often fall3 to the lot of some
of the least deserving person in it.
The most ingregious dolts the bold
est demagogues and the most currupt
intriguers often attain office both un
der ou r i a tionul and several State
governments, while modest merit
true desetland patriotic sacrifices are
found in private station. Suppose
you tell a young mechanic, that, by
hard study, he will one day reach a
seat in Congress; what special honor
will a seat in Congress confer upon
him? Tell him rather that, by dili
gence in his profession and by the
cultivation of his intellect, he w ill be,
not only distinguished ns a mechanic
and honored as a man, but also con
stantly buoyed up by the internal
conviction of iiis own worth, and
then you present to him rewards
which, next to the approbation of bis
Maker, may well draw out bis high
est energies. A seat in Congress!
Why, we have now, in St. Louis,
merchants and mechanics the loss of
anv one of whom would be to socie
ty a deeper blow thnn the sacrifice of
a hecatomb ol Congress members.
In fact the House of Representatives
in Congress assembled has degenera
ted to a mere rabble; and setting up
a seat in that body as the reward of
merit, ought just n v to be held of
fensive even by the greenest mind
among thoso to whom such induce
ments are held out. And how stands
tb cte with regard tj executive
olfices? Thev are nine times out of
ten comprnmlion for value received
in the liape of a services rendered
to one or the other of the great par
lies, into which the country is now
We are mislead here, nearly as
much as undei Court influences, by
false standards. Risnk and riches
are heid to constitute respectability.
The man who has a ''high'' office is
more respectable than the man who
his a "low"5 one. The millionaire
w iihhis. coach and four is more hon
ored thin the man who only sports
a "sociable" or a "buggy." And all
of them are held in more respect than
tlie poor fellow who has nothing to
commend him but his wits, skill,
learning, industry or virtue. Such
was the case when Juvenal applied
lunar caustic to the moral sores of
Old Rome; such is much the case
now; and probably will be through
out all time. Let every man, there
fore, who is not respectable, draw
what comfort he may from the bene
diction: "Blessed are they who ex
pect nothmg, for verily they hall not
be disappointed." St. Louis Gaz.
Iadiun War Down La.it. It is
generally known here, says the East
port Sentenel, that our Passamma
qtiody Indians are divided into two
political parties, between whom a
good deal of acrimonious feeling ex
ists. One party acknowledges as its
head "Gubnor John Francis," and
professes allegiance to the State of
.Maine; the other party denies Fran
cis' iiuthority, acknowledges as its
chief Sabitis Neptune, and on a for
mer occasion swore fidelity to the
Governor of New Brunswick Be
tween these two parties a pilch bat
tle was fought on the glorious fourth,
in which Sabatis' party was well
drubbed. A week or two afterwards,
they sent up the river, and mustered
some more belonging to the part .
and took the opportunity, when the
Governor and most of his men were
off hunting porpoises, and cut down
the flag st iff and burnt it.
Religion among the Indians. The
Arkansas Intelligencer says: It is
with pleasure that we notice the ad
vances of Christianity ia the Cretk
Nation. A minister informs us thai
a recent revival had taken place near
the Agency, the residence of Col.
Logan, and great numbers "had for
saken ihe evil of their ways." Our
border Indians have long been mak
ing efforts towards civilization, nnd
religion was all that was wanting to
crown them with success. This be
ing attained, instead of gatherings at
hor e races, we may see even greater
at Camp Meetings; in place of hear
ing of tremendious night dances, we
will expect prayer meetings or di
vine worship in some form; snd in
VOL. I. NO. 44.
place of boisterous and drunken alngf
ing, there will be anthems sung to
the Creator, in place of four bin be
ing paid for a drink of liquor, they
will be dropped into the poor bor.
For the Radical.
"Heaven's last best gift to 0110."
To her man's feelings point, at
points the needle to the pole; to her.
his affections tend, ns tends gravita
tion to mother earth. It is not the
mere external attraction of her come
ly brow, her rose-blushing cheek, her
cherry lip, her boiwy eye, her flowing
tresses, nor her snow-white, swan
like neck, that concentrates the pure
and noble affections of a true and
manly breast; but her virtue-clad and
treasure-speaking face, the true index
of her well polished mind, the reflect
ing mirror in whi :h he beholds all that
is noble, good and fair. She is the
glittering and attracting gem, that a
kind Providence has, in his mercy,
placed along man's pathway through
this "vale of icats," to cheer his dis
ponding steps; and she it is that can
bring a consoling pleasure to his care
worn and heart sick soul, while he ia
beating his way through life's check
ered and changing scene. In her bo.
som burns kindred charities hallowed
flame, that knows no stated bounds;
but its genial influence to earth's re
motest verge is felt. There virtue
finds a soft retreat. And there all the
social passions rise to swell her sym
She seems most wonderfully coa-.
stituted to stem Litter adversity's
withering fide. Hence in her, man
alone finds a friend who is kind and
social in prosperity, faithful nnd true
in adversity. To her he hesitates
not to tell his melancholy tale of ac
cumulated grief , nnd ia her he seldom
fills to find a soul which is ready to
condole with him nnd lend its aid t
sootlio his thickening cares. But
alas! how oft, too oft (a sad disgrace
to man)does that ministering soul fall
a prey to man's inconstant love. Ohf
inhuman fiend in human shape, thus
to wrong the heart that fain would
spend its latest breath to smooth thy
passage to the grave.
"Yes lovely woman jes, thoa art
The star that cheers this world's wide gloom.
Gives solace to man's achinz heart
And soothes his passage to the tomb-.
"Ah ! man should ever greateful prove.
To this fair angel of his peace
Requite her wilb his purest lose.
And never in his kindness cease."
Sugar Creek, Aug. 1943. Aunt.
Ankcuotk. A lew weeks since, a
lady who w as present at a charity
sermon, found herself indisposed to
any act of generosity at the time,
and therefore passed the plate with
out giving any thing. While return
ing from church to her own house,
she had occasion to examine her pock
et, when, to her great mortification,
she found she had been robbed of all
her cash; upon which she made the
follovving reflections: 'I perceive that
if God could not find the way into
my pocket, the devil could!
The .Man of Business. An onin
terrupted intercourse with the world
oppresses the man of business and
ambition. The strongest spirit must
sit b'st f dl nnd sinlt under it. The
happiest temper must be soured by
incessant returns of the opposition,
the inconstancy, and the treachery of
men. For !;3 who iives always in
the bustle of the world, lives in a per
petual warfare; here, an enemy en
counters; there, a rival supplants
him. The ingratitude of a friend
stings him at this hour, and the pride
of a superior wounds him in the next.
In vain I.e flies for relief to trifliBg
amusements. These may afford a
temporary opiate to care, but they
communicate no strength to the mind.
On the contrary, they leave it more
soft and defenceless when molesta
tions and injuries renew the attack,
A Hoax Some wags in Jac"Rgon
ville,(lll.) recently addresser", a jetter
to Judze Young, of that State, in.
forming him that he had been nomin
ated as a candidate for Governor, to
which the Judge responded in a prin
ted pamphlet of twenty-four paget.
The wags were properly punished.