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-; . , Louis Now Ihn says: We learn from
ncivZiiix-tnrrn. Tiox I, ISi;f. rvt;( mm who have returned from
ithe MiKintasBf. ti;;;t the Otrgon End-
. n . . . , , ... crating Lxpeu.tion, when la-t heard
A Democ ratic electing will be held in r , , , c- , n
., , fn ,. ,. " ,. ;f:om. had tak n the Soiilh West pass
1ne town of How ling Urcen, on the 4ili . , ,
, . - . ,,- in Lort Ha1!, h orn wl.tnce thev were
. .ii urn;. v el me presei.1 rnonui, ij.o-
veniber.) for t!ie purpose of electing Del
crates to tlic State Convention, to norni- i
late candidates for Governor, Lieuten
ant Governor and Congress, and also to
elect Delegates to the National Convcn- j '" raV( 'heir wag ons of which they
lion, to beheld in Baltimore, in May bad MO 'he tri'.i and then the
1SU. It is presumed that every voter j real d Ih.inlties ::id fatigues f the
in Fikc county, is aware that the dele- j ju.ii;y would commence. They
pates to the Baltimore Convention, have j were sanguine ol reaching the Co
a voice in the selection cf a candidate fur j !r,:i,l i i I chore ti e winter set in. Ol
the Presidency, i the persons who started in the ex-
rj-It is hoped that every Democratic I f edition. 1 1 ! v one had ah indoned it.
vo.cr in 1 ike county, win tie present at
Bowlirg Green, on the 4th Saturday iu j
.November, which will be the 25th.
Nov. 2d, 143.
SBearit in mi id, that next week the
Countv Court will be in sessicn here. ! .
Will those indebted to us for advertis-
ing and subscription, embrace this op- j
portuniiy to call on us and pay up tlieir
arrearage? W c have paper to buy, for
which we have to pay cash in hand.
Think of this.
The licv. Jacob Sigler will preach at
the house of Mr. J. W. Bayse, in tlii
town, en Thursday eve.:i:;? the 10th
- , , , ..
inst .at early candle hpht.r.g. A,so at
D.Brewington's, on Friday, the 17ih
ii:st., at 11 o'clock A. M.
Monet Mattebs, is N. York. The jwt0 delation."
New-York Express ef the 1.9th says: j
News having been circulated, that an ar- j Ti:f Ccitk.u Roc k. 'I he Hon. Mr.
rai.gcmci.1 had been made in London for I duoraft. r:tin-i t,. t.,e N. Y. C:n-
raiMr-fund, to carry on the great in- 1 !''n,:t"r ' 13 h ,n,::n;-
, , , - .... . , . ," , . . m.tiei s t.ie artiV'l rd the copper r-ek
lai.d canal nf Illinois, the tock cf t;iat , , , , i i t ,,. .
:.t 1 'e iroit. t i"ti I ,..Ke vi piM inf. o;: its
Str"c '".mediately rose to 2 1-2 pr.av Wa.hicgton. i'.olcs r V.
cent., and large sales were made at Va !;,',,: 1 g puatest lengii is f ur fet
TP; scrje transactions took place at 3Sa i ix inches, in gie .t--sl wiJdi ah lit
oSi. The holders of cotton were prirat- f tn" fee' ; i'- ii'i v iit.fii th:cki.e eigli-
Iv relieved by the news of a rie of 1-3 ! lori' s- Tl' se hre ,":IS-
with large sales in Liverpool, and great "r'!"7'U w " '"j.- ,l '! "l
. , . ' c n 1 1 fly ."on p e.i i' mai!at.e op-
activity amor- tne manufacturers, inde- j slnUn ,:iI U of e
pendent ofthe orders from America. TIic!;,it -.,r,r,lv or.i.l to ,f. i tie evi-
p'anters will realize great benefit. The Jei,res of poMmt.s whi-h hive fr..(n
i:e.vs euff.es in the right time for them ! litre to 1-n.e hern cc, oV. Tiirienre
j'it st the commencement of the season, n" ''' n. tl." city Lure et.oi g-. or
and before any large quantity has reach- M'"r n r'"' " "' mu' 's
cd tlie market. J he w hole bcnelitofa , - ,
.. , . ,., , ,. , , j .he i.io er';; i.i v ;iti-mi; tioii; the sf v-
i.rn, market will be realized by them, j e,a; ti ate-' l.etol.-tr n adc. It
rhc commercial news from Europe to- ),., t.f ne!.i!!y Crtimated here.
''", is favorable not only for cotton, but j sii;cc it anivi', to weifli ht-tweeii
Lr flour and stocks. It can hardly I MX and seven thnii'siiid potirnis or
expected, however, that v. hen the lat ' thf-eand a half 1. n. :.nd k hy
it ;.-. frm v,.. v.,ri. r i. r..-i i :ar. the I ig st knoun mi 1 ilevii'.cd
' " -" i.n:.ii,
that present prices of cotton will It
The National Intelligencer states that
the Hon. Abraham Kci.chcr, late a I?rp
rc.H::tative in Congress from the State
cf I-iorth Carolina, has been apneiuted
Ciiarge ei'AlT.iiies cf ihe U. States to
Portugal, in the jdace of .Mr. B.irrow,
wh j has applied for per-iimb:! to rt
RlSTORATIOS or THE S.tMiWICII Is
lands. The Journal of Com-ncrce on-1 '
tains news from the Pacific, by which it
cj.pcars that the sovereignity of tie Sand -
v.ieh Islands has been restored to Kinp
Kamchaincha III., from whom it had
been wrested by Lord Paule-t.
Seventeen convicts escn.rd from ihe
Penitentiary at Jcfierson City, a few i
days ago. Ar.ior.g them was the notori
ous Buffalo Bill. By lust nights mail w e
learn that four have been retaken.
illlSSOrr.! Co?. TERENCE
-This body '
I.cld its last session ia Lexington
.wJ r l I....J :.
' tt , ti ,
in attendance. Tho mcrcafe in the
, , , . .
churea, during tne past year, .. 4,D51
whiles, 514 colored, and 210 Indians.
The next session of the Conference will
be held in St. Louis, the time to be fixed
by the General Conference.
Wm. W. Redman, Wm. Palton, Jc -
7) T' ,r t
rome C Iserryman, James M. Jameson
' ' '
were elected delegates to the next Gen -
The Districts and Circuits of the Con-
.....ua w wiic i.uiit.1 i-u luiiiisiiri s woe ;
fercr.ee have undergone a reorganization ! surpass, in vehemence and in lavish
and several new circuits treated. The ! prolusion of means the. before utmar
fallowing are th appoinmcnts cf the ! :i!!Ilc;1 eflV';t3 ?f -J5?40: , , ,
Conference for the St. Charles District: ; th;(l Whi a(e ,w Jipg lliemwV0!l
AsDitEiv Monroe, P. E., and agent j )a,.k j., resei ve lor next year. '1 1 eir!
for St -Charles College; Si .Charles ta-iRiJt ili(lueljlia rans; especially!
t.on,J. T. V, Auld; St. Charles Col-1 d voted to Cl
lege, J. H. lieldmg, President; Saint,, .,,.;,!,.
,0n' t u i ,r v ', , r" 'I!
T', J'rH' Resident; Saint
Juries Circuit, Samuel B.Dtinlap Au-
mrn. Jesse Sutton; Bowling Green, J.-
ir.;t,,i .f,t;J T l.t, r,
itannih-,! r-irenii J. F. Youno. J.
13. Callaway; Palmyra, Geo. W. Bew
lev: Fulton. Benjamin R. Johnson; Dan
ville, Richard Bond, Jos. Cotton; War
renton, Samuel S. Colburn.
I The Okixus Colony. The Sunt
about twelve day travel. They
oing i ii r ..pi.tiy. nnsl wilnout
n ' disaster. At Foi t
H i!! thev wi u'il titcessiitiiv be forced
Tun Cot U N Chop. The Southern
Tribune, pub ished at Pontotoc, Mis-
siss-i.pi. of t' e 4th, savs, th it. so lar
i ii c: n leioti. throughout X- r'li Mis-
issipi i the cofon or qi will he a hill
nr.d of r. mvhab'e fr.e staple
lie At !!! l;-t.T. ft tl.e .III
'!a crr. lor.-ri r, !
f x, rcs.0,i ; ,.,:r .,.,. ,!.. aggie-
nte icci i: ts i this ' di.ri:
:. llt CU-OIl Wo;;!d fill! 1 .1.1 little, it
::st. a t ri''man
: t v re'i:ri:e.l 1.i. a tour
1 (.unli"' in Si'ii;!i Aia-
i ,:,,!,- i:' o:il s 1 :.;1 he
M ;,t t!.::t t: e p':in:f r v ill. v iih'-it nn
;;t p Jvor r nU a
u c,,:.,, r, t! ev n ,r,4 2. In
i as l 'vilig at !r.:s opiiii
ill the ci.'i'ate.
1 r;.l o:ieiH5tt-inivs are ! Course taken
sp imen "t rrtne cojiper on 1 e!
jh le. IIiiU'Ois of n larger piece in i
rYu'li A :i:t i ica are ap 'crv plia'." It;
s Co :-iv a I'.uhie:, i-nd hems n ail sl
f a' tri'f'.n !."rri the action ol wilier. 1
on s vi o art of its rocky si;' f.'.re. :
as m as ;i.e n.f.l!:ic j i r i.T:s. A ;
.i:.i:tc r; it e ::i!ogc.ial t x..ii inatiori : i n i j
.'csr- p'.i. n of it aie rr.juheJ. The t
:ni:i ring r. i k. f wiiich liicie is.'e-r
cw than in 1 P 20, is apparently ser-
pei tir.e. ii. s. :: p. Ms steatitic whe e i
.s the co j percrcs ofKewiena l'.iint j
n thr.t l-:l.e. a:i
f. urd exr'i;s!
s rnd giei n -t 'ties t
Hi th' B'liVg.'...
leprc-si .ii of cpanue cr siailme
i.jnait.. in the form o! a fetujgeedo.
xis.s iu one lace o! il: other parts ol
! 'he rmss dis-lose t' e same mineral,
! I't-ahly 300 lbs. of the mend have
! i . n hi.ckcd off, or detached hy tt) i 1
i'!)i--el.-'. since it has been known lo
,he W "'' -l o( ,h'8 will,in 1,U,'i
IIi.Mir Ci.av. The lieii.oeintic
Ueview lor l' ite.l er contains t!ie !.!
j lowing, jus
I rotnaiks iu le-laiiuli to .
.Mr. t !a :
li.cieu no serious qt c'lu-ns to
tlie v ilg cnt.m: :ite. II is io PC
i ti at iiat. v. ui ;n eiiuu.Mii.srn uu
, . , , .-
peibor.al feeing which we envv i,uo
j !, , ,.onor f , awakem d ia hiJ
. f,it.n!s as;d his party, lar more than
. we should that ol the ollicc itself,1
, witii which they are so earnestly!
j bet.t to adorn ami tewaid the closing
'Z' lH,Vui Ule- . ,j
i Clay then can alone be the
I ... , , ,...
man: and the indicatmns.ne appaient
! enough, as indeed it could not be :
! doubted, ihat tlie rally and struggle j
to be inr.de for him will equal if not j
among those most.!, voted to Clay,
, - discountenancing the idea
'. , n- ........ i.,ri
any earnest ello. t, a Urd pa.lv
woik, m the elections ol this hdl.
iSotiie ol those ratner dis sected to
that ascendency, have indeed urged
a different course dji.b l ss m the
expectation thatgcncral defeat would i
nfi'ord a basis of opposition to Clay's j
nomination, with the view to the ad
option again of some other candidate
of the available s!;iuip.
Ct,l. Jw'mtui.'Hie Boston Tost
of the 14tli iust. says: " 'Since first
its (li:lit of ears began,' Fanetiil
ll.il! was never so jammed, crammed
and crowded as on last evening, in
co;:srfjnence of the jiublic announce
ment tint Col. Johnson would deliver
an address on the Irish repeal ques
tion. The g illant old patriot arrived
at the ila'l at fJ0 minutes hetoie 3
o'clock, I nt how an openiiig was ev
er made for him to reiich the rostrum
is a matter of profound physical won
deneeiit. lie was received with
much i-nikuM ism, and his remai ks,
.iltl'.ot.gh ol an exceedingly desultory
character, weie listened to wiih great
interest. Ujn ii the point that it is
the duty ul the Ameri:in people,
tiom t.'ilii.is ol coiiiiiU'i) hiiu.ai.itv.
t favor the repeil ai.se. his opinion
Mas d.-cel.d and distinct, (hi his
lalhei's side he cl.tiu ed loheof 'hh
deso tit, and I:isli on hi uio'her's.
"lie spoke repeatedly Mid very
pleasantly of luany inteiestiiig im.i
deiits in his ii.iiiuny, poinirl, and
personal history, and made iiiiiny le
Sicitous allusions to the hosts of 1. dies
in the p-illcries. lie also recounted
many anecdotes of Iiis'i galhintry
and paiiii.tiso., wt.irli had 1 illrn un
der his ohseivaii. u (hiring the last
war. He was greatly cheered tiir
oiit his seruarks-.''
1n:in Cor-.r-iv. The Aik ns s
In ti h gei.cer i I the 1 4 T 1 1 ii.s. s'.v:
"'lie ui. I oi J.,.-..i Wo-i, arid
otlieis, fort! e ininiei ol Is.i.f 1 1- j - ,
he d. Mid mt.i. k i.j . ii :. i,.x'i,(
Yanii. coii,u. need up. n M.n 25. n ult.
Jacob West has t een c. nvjeted, at.d
was si iitenced t' he huiiL- on ti e 1 1 :h
ii.st. The other Cas.'S hil e n.. I I cell
he;ird liom. We le.nn t:'.at ihe jui v
reeo:iimeiid'd" West in ;he Ci i. f i r
pardon, and thai il viassup, osed '.hat
the sentence would he remitted. We
have not learned whether n was x
eciited or pardoned.
'The Texan (' lumi-sioneis hate
met the Comanche, i'lid oiher Ii dians.
at their coiini'il upon JJe.l IJivier.
Weare grat.lied tolenin that a liiend
ly leelieg exis's :imoiig ad p.nies.
and that amicable ncgituti. ns ate
in progress. Nixt wee!: wi- hope
to lie ah'e to infoim mr iiaden I
the result. "'
Mivsismi'I'i 'i.i.Kr I'aii.mi'k. U'e
have the three f;;si ,.f : , tl rw.p.
cultural peiio ic, I i.twlei- tie iih. v
ti.h', publish) d in Sr. ,oni. h J.
I.mrv. l)fi. !t nppe.ns on the fu-i
o) e;n.h month. n a l v..l oeir.o
sheet, good p-iper and fair ' ;.e. at
tie low p: ice ol .fl. Tl e ed Cor for
merly had the IH 'Tini-i i::ent ol'lhr
l'ain.ers t'al ii t. 1 I.iiailelplna. M il
hi qiial t'. a'ioi, t. cncdi.et an af n
culti.i.'il sheet .ne id tlie first ocl-r.
The r.-irn.ers of the Val'ey a i- lu!'
able, and we arr led to le'ieve, wi I
support tiie entet prise. Gentlemen
wishing 1 examine the wo:k. wrl
p!eac ct.Iiat this idiici . i.e. ii:?t. n
Tun X;sioni.N Massachk- .S'.fe-
nj lh: (Smut. In consequence ol
!. g.ea! anxiety le!t by the Pierrls
of .Mpsii ns to learn n.ore drfi i clv
the state of thincs among the Xes'o
nan. we have made iipp icati. n to
the .Mission. My Koon; at H stoa for
'lie hues' intt liigi r.ee lii.m the i':.sj.
In answer U this iramii'V, we learn
that the facts nlien'y pi.! h i id in
ur p.-rpc! si lar as they )i-i nhe lie-
sl lllgllll r and OViN'.hlOU oft!;e I..OUI1-
t dii iSestorians. are si,!i-t .poai'v )'. ;i
firmed by the l.i'er id I r. Gi..nt.
I'mlcrdaK- of July 2S.h, h. s:u s thai
a blow has been sin.ck fiom v. huh
it is impossible that the Xcstoriims
can recover; Mid to nil appearances
is is hut the beginning o gieattr
dd unities. The work of desli
lion was going foiward. & Dr. Grant
li.'il nu I;iip of its ceasing ii'i this
peo; !e pre finally ciu-dicd and their
ir.d. pcndciice is gone. i
Ii. ('rant reached Mosul on ihe
14th i.i Ju!v. lb left Asheta. (the
ti.iv i 'll -t.-itiohl pist in season to es
cape ti e st. .im wlucii bmst upon that
part of the ieti ri n rmntrv. lie
had not even time to bid the PaM-i
arch fai ev ell
S.-me of the publications in this
country represent the patriarch as a
m ipg the slain; we are happy lo say
that this is not true. At the time he
was at Mosul upder the protection of
the Ihitpli Consul. X. Y. Observer.
Ohio ElkctiON The Missouri Re
publican of ihe 2Gth inst, savs: We
received hy yesioid ix's mail the, full
returns from Ohio, and we mav cash
ly claim that the final result is a Whig
tiiumph. The Whigs have elected
nine members of Congress; the Loco
foi-os twelve. In ihe Senate ihe
Whigs have sixtem members; the
Locofocos twenty giving the latter,
as will be observed four majority.
The Home is composed of seventy.
two members; and of this numberl The following is a sketch of the in
the Whirrs have elected tiirhi niw 'mates of the Sing Sing prison, by the
members; the lx)cofocos thh ty there
nre three independent Locofocos.
W hig majority over all, fix majori
ty on joint ballot, two. Hy this re
sult the Whips are put in possession
of a controlling pow er, hy which tlipy
will he enabled to restrain the rapaci
ty of tlie Gerrymandering crew who
before controlled the capital.
Arrival of tlie Ilibcrnia.
The Ccnard steamship Ilihernia
arrived at her wharf at East Huston,
on ih 18th inst., brini'ing London :i
pers of the 3d and Liverpool id" tlie
The worst surmises respecting the
long-looked for India mail are, it will
he seen, re ilised. The mail and the
steaun r have been h.sf, but the pas
seiieers r.nd ti e crew- happily saved.
IiiKi-AM.. The repeal agitation is
g.-ing on w ith its usual ni.'in. mum.
The .Mr. Conner who made -licit a
Ulmr.k hv his violent measures, had
wi'hdrawn fmm the Dublin associa
tion. The adjourned meeting ef the as
sociation was he!d on Wednesday.
Sept. 27. Coimceiior Scn'ly in the
chair. .Mr. O'Conne'l. whi was rr-o-ived
wiih enthusiastic cheering,
and who look)-)! remaikahly we!!,
ceiinmenced the business bv moving
for a further invrs'igation of the char
gps )d exiermiri.ni' n ng.'i.ist .Air.
Sujiih, which was ajieed to.
.!r. I?ay t!i n read ! tt'-rs fr in the
following pi ices i:. Aiterira: i'roni
Ho-loti. t :r.!!i"tiu:g from
S,:v ni,:h.' jOO; tr- iii A'assaeliusrcrts.
.ClOO: f-oifi il.itf-od. Cor. n . JCCT:
f urn New Jeisev. 12., hj"
Newark. . 15.. 40, from Thita iel
l hia. per Jud e I t.ir n, X'flO; fro-ii Si.
L. IH-. .M.-.. Cl7 J a billolexehai.ge
on M.-s-r-. T. .M - rt ii i ,t S. n. Liver
i.ot.fom Cmciiin.ii. (Jl 13 10-1.; and
li-oin .New York, per II ii. Judge
J Ooes, 1.400 (I liars, the several re
ci ii.'s ol which weie ai nouiiced a-
ii.id-t erithtisiaiii: Io h.
Wa tkkforii. S.'j.i. 24. (In Sunday
there wa a great meeting ol the ic
pealers of W.itei lord and (he other
adjoining I'ornlies. usseml
hied at I is-
more, to hear M r. ( l'Connell. Tiiere
were about 15.000 at the n ecting.
Mr. O'Coiiriri! ilei lined that, wiih
tl e ex'-ejcjoii 'f the? Ta a demousira
tion. wincli possessed manv nssoeia-
tions ol oi
ivs. the meetip" he
iiddressi d on th.,t day Irani-ended
very ot IT Ii I el ipg lie hud h't) at.
(Loud i hecs )
.M. OVo.,i,e ! spoke at great ler.vth
and wih a hca ing iii:.i i'1'c-i.'
eh ii'K i.'-r. . e-''ai'i-t';-t riii!iei t1''
si o!.s ol I is ( i,i n,i. .. i i" t! e .1. !
p t'icn 'i ! ti ) i:d -'. v .phi i. m i e him
1 go l;is;rr tii. 1 1. I e . ei. i .! : i ,. i,t.
He s:.i I that 'I;. 1, id ii. an im-
pirsi.-.n noi iii.v in 1- r.il.ce, .Alien
cm. and Lurore. but abo on the I'n.
g'i-h; who wen- beginning to un.ici-
stand tlieiii, and w!u n.ight, b mk
by. aiteii f t to hi il'e them.
The la! demonstration to. k p.'ace
).n Smidny l-t, at the K.'th of Mid
la. I i. last, in Lienster. It appears !
have i.een :-n imipenso gati.e: u-g. II,-ilenrutii-ed
the s'av.'iy of t1 e I'uiied
Slates in vehe i.ent terms, w itli the
t'Cqi. est, 'h THAT go to Auietica!"
It is li iii T r tl that tlie to n u. etit aie
about to bring these (.h, hi'i.. ns to a
piviiiiiUire ch.se. Tlie Times of
.Monday t'.v.'s nirnrri' .. )! e lii.-it
as a '-.mii; or." To pi t d w I: the r.g!
tat'i n m In-iai d now. wi .-n j;,, ;,i
t ii.pl h is !,. i n ii ade to icri me ihe
acKr.ow h .'.i d eisi.idii vli.-liil e
pop e la' i r. w.u'.d I. a dair. e ous
xi ci'meiit with the
. t - o .i it- i su-.K niv s-M-i.i in - ii. i; is ci.iei iiioiii nri. i.er ci.eeKS wei
I U 7,"r"!v- "' U "!T glow th ... a want, rich si.,!, where w ith re -r. on. I, ,bly burying her fath--Sei.ral
.....r outrages .smce lh- ,t,e u ind h.ow s h eeiv. .,..,1 the heat er. ' Xo pi 'pie., or priest, or elder,
a.ta -k upon the po-ice and the des- M the visiting of ;..ds ever- or pr. c, s-ion of neighbors accompa
.uc.on. l Ihe gate at I ontercu.ais. L.,,,,,,,.,.,,1.1,. en.r. Ladies nre the hied the temains to their last resting
have bee,, c.mmitted. ,.ir.pring of a hot-bed- he g.owtl, ol ph.ee."
FiiANcK. Ine French are ah-iit la lmti n house: tended and w-nehed
to send an ambassador to (. lima. I he .
pniiers are cre-ttuig a sieat
sepiation throughout France. by the
agitation ef the question, relative to
the notification of Paris. Reports
were rde thtoiighout l'.nis that it was
the mten'ioii ed" tlie Goven.ment to
proceed wiih the armament, without
iclercriee to the question of m cesit .
ami whiih it is supposed meant, in
case ol itiv;is.iitii, reserved by the
Chamber of Deputies. Louis Phil
lippe is too cm , ting a statesman, not
to prepare lor war during peace.
Si'ain. Aliuirs in tins agitated
kingdom aie slid unsettled. The
Swahian .Mercury states that the
northern pow rs will not depart from
the principles of legitimacy in the
affairs of Spain; that is, that Queen
Isabella shall marry the eldest son ol
Don Carlos, and that he, in order to
preserve the rights of legitimacy, shall
assume the title of King of spain.
The new Government ol Spain, it
is reported, contemplates the re-establishment
of a good undersiandin"
with the Court of Rome. The Vn
mate of Spain is to take the initiative
'ediror of the Knickerbocker
lf the unhappy young man who
has so recently filled the journals of
the metropolis with the details of his
folly and crime could, befoie yielding
to temptation, have looked in upon
the State prisoners at Sing-Sing, n
we did the other day. eurely he wmhi t
ibave slirunK oac.K trom tne vonex "t-
l.irA bim. Poor wretches, in them
- t .,
tipsl estate: now narrow men cou,
how ceaseles tlieir toi1; what a nega
tion of comforts their whole condi
tion! It was a sweltering August
day, breathless and oppressive; but
there was no rest for the eighteen
hundred unhappy convicts who plied
their never-ruling tasks wiihin these
walls. Stealthy glance from half-raised
eyes; pale countenances, stamped
w ith meek siilni.iiiori. or gleaming
with powerless hate in impotent ma
lignity ; and -hard labor' in the ful'est
sense, were the main fea'ucs of the
still life scene, as we j nsed through
the several woikshops-. lint what a
picture was presented as their nccu
prtnls came swai iiiing hit the open
court-yard at the sound of the bell.
to proceed to their ceils with tlieir
dinr.er! From the thick atmo-pl eie
of the carpet Mid rug-slu ps. leaving
tl.c clack of the shuttles, Ihe dull
'hump of the 'welter's beam, tnd
the long confused per-q ectiic f :ords
and pulieys, and patterns, and multi
tuilinoiis harness.' they jiourcil foth;
from murky smitl'vs, streamed ihe
imps d ulc.tn. grim as tlie dar;; re
cesses from wludi thev emerged:
horn doors w I n-!i opened unon inter-
n.ii i!:!e row of close set 1 riches
hi rst forth the knights .f the ;. t : nd
hail ill"- : the ?.b.;i-i?:bd the oocpi r"
ii.a':e'. the crc. k ( i.i- shaving knife.
ere st;:!: iic s'.ifc hammer was si
lent. ::n I the court yard was lull cf
ih 't s'i ipe.l crew !
(i.'d ol et.mpassjon! what a sight
jit was. to oc that moMey n u ti'rile
j take i'p in gnrgs tiieir I nan i .ting
i march! Huge riegroe. swrlteiing in
; iheii" heat, were interspersed among
'the hnes." nds crims' ned wiihirur
der rested on the shoulders of I cings
1 young ah'.e in year and crime, tlie
v','l'm f beastiality j.ressed against
t!.e heart l.roken to d ol the scmidess
villain; and all were hh-nded in one
n-vo!iiu2 mass of trained soldiers of
guilt; tiieir thousatid legs novrng n
the leg of oni n an; a'i in si'ence.
(.-!. I 1
me peculiar souna oi
the slid ng
ircaii. grating no
ess upon the ear
ihau the ground, (hie by one they
to k il , :r wooden pads of clingy and
i ! iiii.M.s 'o-d.ing 'grub and passed
n wii.i.'mg no the stairs of the dit'er
cr.t ' t ri. s -nj streen ing along the
harrow ooirilus to 1 1 : i - solitary
It :;s 'rn n uch for the tei;
I t . f I r I', this lopg I'trCl-
'"''' - -
s:on ol the g.ipgs. s 'hev
i n in s ow successiop. her :ips he.-.in
to ipuver: ai d . ne alle: r.m.tiier drops
' ''.v r,'hed di
iw n her chee!,
it ese: saiu slie to the keepr.
in- ti er, who I", ked upon 'h ii ;
hot and ble-si .1 th-ir it.roeei e: A !
bow mi-ny infant fret -oi'ei than ve
Vet to tin touch, hav e been rrssei!
o u.atcrti il lips, ihal r.ow sladlle a
!ng ih-ne pri.oq aisli s!' There sp ike
th-'ii.oiher." and nih her -ent'e
word of pit y
we take i ur
ti e State
and its ur.'
.'II1N AM. l.fMI.I MKX.
Lpk; Tie .- O
ti.:. I,s liie lo'iou i g t -
Ii -I s an . i, il.ese s, v-i:d . i
soc c : '-.oi r.an )pi:i: n-.1 ooiii ihe
liui. loi I; as wiili a i, t.pc:. i In -I I.
( nil on ii are u ouid.M ;,s t; e p.-t-
tei-s clav, hy i' e datn'v finge s f
i m. .1 U .. ,i...
winds of heaven n.av visit
their laces too roughly, till they are
good for nothing as women at any
rate as wives or ns mothers.
I imc. .1 beautiful extract from
PaulJinjr. The billowing c-Iocpn nt
paper oil Time. is. we believe, from
the pen ol Paulding.
"I sa w a leniphi icared by tlie
l.illio.s oi ill, ill. Kll.ruill.g Willi O
on tlie uistaiif ohnii.
.storm beat iqn n it; the God id' na
tuie hurled Ins thunder bolts against
it, iind yet it stood fimi as adamant.
lleveliV was in its IinIU- ih r., tl,n
l.ai.pv.'lhe vounrj. ami the h-n'o'iT,,!
were there; I returned, and lo! the
temple was n more! Its high walls
lay in scattered ruins; moss and wild
grass grew rankly there; and nt the
midnight hour the owl's lone ciy add
ed to the deep solitude. The youn
and gay who revelled there had pass
"I saw a child rejoicing in his youth,
the idol or his mother, and ihe pride
of bis father; I returned, and the child
had become old. Trembling with
the weight of years, he stood the last
of the generation, a stranger tmidif ,
the desolation around him.
'I saw the old oak standirg wiih all '
its pride upon the mountains; th
birds were carrolling in its boughs J
returned, and that oak was leafiest '
and saplesr the winds were playing; .
at pastimes through ita branches. h
"Who is the desiroyerP said 1 1
my guardian angel. . '
"It is time, said he. "When the .
: , torreter u-iil,
,i. ,.,ja .1.1 i 1
"ei in.- iit v.-iii.;utr v.i.ui, ne Clri).
menced his course: and when he sha!l
have di-st'o'. ed n'.i that is beautiful of
the earth; p;iieled thi sun from hj"
sphere; veiled the moon in blood; yea ?
when he shall have rolled the heavens
and earth away as a scroll, then shall
an angel from tlie throne of God
come forth, and with one foot on the
ea and one on the land, lift up his
hand towards Heaven's E'ernd
t'vm islim'. was but lime shall be
Wealtu not Hai pi.nkss. Go inti
the country; behold the farmer at his
oloiigh. ewry thii g is snug and com
fortable around him. has not
wealth, and is consequently free from
its perplexities; he is nt " poor and is
i cnns-qm-ndv independent. His fami-
! ly thrive an. end h m. and blessed with
health und contentment, he enjoys us
great a share ol happ ne-s as ever
fills to the b.t of mortals. Great
wealth h too often useless or misdi
rected exit) me poeny is fatal to
tlie roost laudable effort. A state of
indiq er.di nt competence, between
the two i the mcst likely to preserve
Mil piinrip'rs un'arn'Srcd io keep
our I u o.-.n synq at' io refreshed, and
to reniier cs truly happv.
A chao went into a large establish
irfr.t in r I street, X.-w Yoik.and
lepicsen'id hui.-eil as a St. Louis
u.erchant. onhred some $ 10-000
woit.hof goods, which weie accord
ingly, with great labor put up for him.
lie cal'ed late in the evi n:ng snd de
sired the hi: I tr. he ready at C o'clock
the ensuing nuoning. when be wou'd
call and cash the account. herv:ng,
'ah by t!'" Biv, my good li'ile wile
desiied imc when I started out this
m unmg. t frocure her sou etbing
lor a dies-i, and as I want a oat nu--e!f.jiist
send three or four pieces of
silk, and tlie eh.th to niv h. tel. she
can judge of them herself." So s.-ml.
so )l ne; : nd no questions were :isk-
Xeitl-.er cloth. i'k or gentleman
have been seen since; the clerks have
had thrir labor for nothing, hut say,
' owever. t! a' the Sr. I.onis men harit
told i ne tnilli, that Id "iuter!ed lo
leave on the lust boaf." as lu did.
(in-fii Jn-in returned to Port Gib'
so-, bum t!ic pruiiies. the hist of Au
wi'ii i n co.iiieinv, who had ta-
atu) ngt many other arimals.
,,- ,, ipe i ant! er or 1: n sort.
pant! er or 1: n sort, a
shriii, er to ilulli n u Goldsipith. It
is sa d to hi ot a blight scarlet color,
imger than a panther. nd the most
!-r. ci u a iriud that ever fell into
lids ol th i u l t Il species. It
''I ; I I'; a V.i. I l ap. The en-:i-
W as . ;
i p tf o vny i.i L"i;i-vili.'.
and w. V -' :.. ii :i a perlu-p have
an op; .. v t.. see the new ml
Ij.'t:. It - i S'ea'e-miin.
leave of' ' I'i'irral rt Smiron.
anpv in :'4-1 w' approached .be city, we met
i a moura'i. I cavalcade rot. veving a hu
'mnn being to his last resting place.
tr- am Tiist i a:i e a common .vagfin. Jinin
I y I. r-c. in which wa f e colfie. n
r ujh lo-'fing lox. with three urn
sitniig upon it in i! c:r
shirt ! eves.
liel.uul tl .s came a
eiawn bv i sm. in which was a larre
'am.ly i-f cbildien, of nil age, and a
young w ourm abe-ui e "hteen appear
..i :t .. I .. L . I. .
ing at chic
C 1 It C L L A II .
ST. I.Ol'lS, OcToim, 1?43.
Beef, Pork and Lard.
A heef, fork null I. mil now form a lurgo
pmt of tlie ox.oiirtt from Mi'souri, Illinoi
"' Iowa, ami much of it coium her
bwlljr cured nml badly put up, aud, ai a
consequence, ell fur a much lest ptic
,han when in good condition and good
pillage,, (.; chipping order.") I proposa
to mako n few remarks, to which I call th
attention of those who intend to pack Bea
ami Turk the prricnt Fall. It ii not my
purpose to advise the manner, in detail, how
Ihry thould be ciirerl, aieach one hat doubt-
,e" hii ow" of ca""' but ,0 'P"k iD
Href it a delicate aiticle to pack, ai it is
much more liable to spoil than Fork, and
thauld only be put up by those who fully
understand it. The best cattle to park
are these runoinfr, from A to 7 years old
not leu than 4 and weighing from C to
OtIO lbs., and those only that are fat. Bref
should be first rubbed with fine salt, and
stacke.1 for tli houy, io cool weather, and
then salted with Coarse Tuiks Island salt.
The quantity of coarse salt should aot be
less than CO lbs, weight to each 2U0 let.