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BawUns-Crccn, - Feti. S, 1814.
The proceedings of the Democratic
meeting in Charette Township, Warren
Co., did cot reach us in season for this
,tt r TI A Ml - J i
-j "u". v. i. alli.i, win aouress
the citizens cf Pike county, at the Court
House in this town, on Monday the 4th
March. Look out, ye caucusing politi- I Slvift ha' Eiven uulenmn to the opin-
i ion, wnicn inoy nine seen aiiuiiea 10 in
Illinois ar.d .VicAgnn Canal. The
Boston Courier says that (lie statement
going the rounds, of a favorable report
having been made by the Hon. John Da
vis in relation to the Illinois and Michi
gan canal, is unfounded. Mr. Davis and
Capt. Swift have as yet, "decided upon
none of the propositions submitted to
their consideration, as the proof are not
completed; nor is Mr. Davis aware (we
quote the Courier) that cither he or Capt.
PFor the Radical 1 stance of Gen. Jackson" once urging the be used aga-nst tiie Mormon. Ve I won at Cambden. at King's mountain.
r. .,:." 'L s.i.,. S..t Rank deno.i.e sv.tem so strnn.lv i fear much trouble iil grow out, which was the common property of
.....n- . , this difficulty snoner or later. We
number of your paper, what I deem to is accounted for by the fact, that at the : inf(;rme( ,h:lt ,he knowledRe
be a spurious and unauthorized declara- time he so strongly recommended them, ( f- w.ajH eoue n in tti.s quarter
tionof the principles of the Democratic he really believed that those'rag-shops ! iiUn )pen brought to the notice ol
party, purporting to be in reply to some dealt in nothing but gold and silver, j (;ov. Fold, and we would sjggest
cians it is a practice of the "Old Horse
to handle the workers of this species of
party machinery without gloves.
Death of Judge Engle of St. Louis.
On yesterday, says the Republican, a
long train of sorrowing friends followed
to the grave the remains of Hon. P. Hill
Engle, late Judge of the St. Loeis Court
of Common Pleas. Judge Engle died
on Saturday morning about 4 o'clock, af
ter an illness of many months. His death
was announced in the Circuit Court im
mediately on the opening of that tribu
nal, and also in the Court of Common
Pleas, and both courts adjourned.
Jtlinisler to Brazil. The Senate on
Friday the 8th inst., confirmed the nomi
nation of Mr. Henry A. Wise, to be
Minister to Brazil. This will produce
a vacancy in Mr. W's. district.
It is stated that Maj. Siir.n.s, of Green
County, is in the field es an independent
candidate for Congress. The Major
deprecates the "hat process" by which it
is alleged the rights of the south
west were gambled ofT in the last State
Convention, and therefore, he will not
submit his claims to the approaching oi:c.
Tar Mormons. The recent eviden
ces of a decided hostile ferliug on the
part of the citizens of Illinois towards
the Mormons, is but verifying the pre
diction of thousand of our citizens, w hen
it was first ascertained here that they
were making a permanent lodgement r.t
Nauvoo. The Illinoians have at length
made the discovery that they have taken
8 viper to their bosoms, whose poison
ous breath outvenoms the worm of the
Si'.e. Meetings are being held at differ
ent places, f.ir the purpose of organizing
opposition to Joe and his legion.
An admiret of Col. Johnson in the
last Liberty Banner, despairs cf the suc
cess of Mr. Van Buren, in the approach
ing contest, from the fact that he was
defeated in 1S40. "Jack Hazard," a wri
ter in the same paper, very properly asks
this far-seeing politician what advantage
his favorite, (Col. Johnson) hag over
Mr. Van Buren in this respect, he being
vanquished in the same campaign.
I. S. Senator. The Legislature of
Louisiana, has electtd the Hon. Henry
Johnson, (Whig,) to the United States
Senate, in place Judge Porter, deceased
It is estimated that there are 3,000,-
000 cf Germans in the United Stales
and that there are 50 papers published
in the German language.
We arc'undcr obligations to the Hon
Messrs. Eowlin and Jemeson, for co
pies tf their very able speeches in the
L aited Slates House of Representatives
upon the subject of the Improvement of
this and other papers. This is stated
without any intimatiou of what the final
result may be."
Jlnoiher Fur Cnnjany. A petition
has been presented lo the Legislature of
Pennsylvania for the incorporation of the
"Oregon Fur Company." The persons
akking to be incorporated urge their
scheme on the grounds thai it is the best
and easiest mode of checking the opera
tions of the Hudson Bay Company, se
curing the settlement of the country by
American citizens and the diversion of
the whole fur tratie into American,
the whole country, must be forgot
ten, or remembered wmi regret, at
achievements that leJ to results now
si much deprecated. We must talc
no i'cniisiit of the example of free in-
1V1.1, ctritlnrifi mi llifa Tirirminlf nnd But so soon as the General found out. ' whether it is not the duty ol his Fx- s'i'uti. ns; all, all must he abandoned.
policy of .he Democracy, and believing and let us know, that they really did is- ceilniry U, protec t the innocent in j tie gi..rious ev ems ol me revolution.
...nr. fl li.;nt?..un nrju.nntinnB cue miner monev instead of snccie. we . t'ii'ir V es nn'1 ,,,t,1Pel
liltSt j'"" . - J " 1 J 1 '
are not calculated to benefit the party, to ! dropped them like "hot potatoes."
say the least of it; I think it essential to! Gth. We are uncompromisingly op-
the party in many respects, that a yn-j posed to the distribution cf the prot-Kcds ; i ,e speech of Mr. .MeDiittie upon the
opsis or brief outline of their principles i of the public lands among the States be- j t triii', took speci.il notice of that p:irt
hhould be clearly and distinctly laid ' cause; First, it would be unequal. rA ,o! "it in wh'cn he dwlt sn complacent-
down o that "he that runs may read 'therefore unjust, since the larger and I ly t'p- n the diviMon ol the Union intoi anv such thing, and still less that it is
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lvntlM opt lh 1 :,t J ' 11 1111 fumni imnru o, IMC pill Ol Hie country
Mr. Mc Duffle's Schema to tlivi '.e. the
Un.oi. .Mr. I. vans, in his reply to
the mine that we have acquired a-
mon:: nations, must nil be forgotten,
in the contemplation nl'inerelv sordid
views of the money that can be ac
quired by a separation?
"I have no belie'", said Mr. Evnns,
that the honorable Senator desires
McDufiie iriti oduted the
though he were a fool;" and for that pur- more populous states would get the
nose must crave tt.e privilege of a col- 'greater shares. Butrthcre would be no
umn in your valuable paper. I would j injustice in granting to Missouri, with.
promise however that in giving this brief j out any other division, half a million of jrn ut to the Union, a supposition,
statement of our creed, I have neither I acres of land. 2d. Congress has no fear, far more charitable than corrce
the time nor the room to accompany it
with the arguments in favor of eac h sep
arate article; but for the proof of its be
ing the doctrine of the party, I appeal
confidently to the current history i.four
country for the last fourteen years, with
which every man woman and child ca
pable uf resiling is familiar.
1st. "iVc believe that all power does
and of right ought to Lelor.g to the sove
reign people, and that their will ought!
lo be implicitly obeyed. But neverthe-
LiLral Legacies. We karri from the
Boston Journal of the filh that the laic
Israel Muuson, 1:., of that city, be
queathed to ti e Massachusetts Cei.eral j less we believe the President rightfully
Hospital $20,000; 10 Harvard College J has the power, under the Constitution,
. 15,000; to Yale College $15.00), to J lo veto at.y bill that he sees proper, and
Yale Medical School $ T-t'OO; to the B.ind j w e arc utterly opposed to any limitation
Asjlum.f40C0;totl.e Farm School rOOO-jor restriction of that kingly, or rather
to the Eye and E.ir Infirmary 2000, and j Democratic power.
to the Retreat at Hartford 5000 in all
Oregon. Juiice. Atchison presented
to il.e United States Senate on the Til:
iust., anieim.ri.d from the American emi
grants to Oregon in f.iv.ir i f the occupa
tion cf ti.nl Territory, and representing
that the Guvcrnor of the li'idson l!av
Company hud been ocrcifing certain
powers at war with the American title.
Judge A. seems determined to urge this
irreat question w ilh the zeal and spirit
which ditlingiiii-Led the lamented Linn,
and we trust the acts uf England, will
open the eyes of Congress to the impor
tance of passing hisbill daring the pres
ent session. ( Reporter. )
The Gazette of last evening says Maj.
W etmorc, of (his city, has been recom
mended for the office of Governor of
Oregon, should Senator Atchison's bill
be passed, and a Territorial Government
organized. Maj. W. is an old veteran
and familiar with border life and border
Mauufnctures in South Carolina. A
large cotton fictory, to be driven by
steam power, is soon to be erected in
Charleston, S. C.
2nd. Wc believe in a strict sr.d rigid
coin'.riiction ut the Constitution in all
cases. But still, in such a case as that
v. herein the Constitution (See Art. 1,
Sec. 4,) i;iies lo Congress tie power I lhat cf the governing few. But we are
of districting thti
powes to give away the public monc)
but the land is a very dilfcrent thing.
This they can give away lo whom and
for what they please. 3d. The money
would corrupt ihe morals of the people'
but the lands would huvc'r.o such elicct;
because they would have to be first sold
in order to gt the money, the nature of
which would be materially changed by
the operation. 4th. It would be unjust
to the old States which originally ceded
those lands, to divide tne proceeds, but
it would be wore just to do as wc are
now doing, pi.y over to the Government
all the money we collect from the land
sales, to be expended at the E.ist, in
building light houses, breakwaters, custom-houses,
7lh. We are in favor of equal rights
and privileges among all men, and be
!ice lhat Government was instituted for
the bencf.t ofthe irt.err.cd, and not for
mailer on'y for the sake ol illustr.i-
n and not from ,-nv want of att.icli-
If the Senator irom South Carolina
chei isfies liny special alt.ichu enf to
the Union, he Inns a most ten. ai liable
way i f snowing it; for all his recent
in. its have been evidently d'cta'ed
by a spirit of hitter nrd burning ha
t:td to the noilS. .Nor i it ea-cy to
'i-concile the charitable concession
-I" Mr. I'vans with Mr. M-Duffy's
exj licit eleclaratii.ii, in his fiil speecti j
in the debate up..n the larilf. ii.ut hoi
had "known the genera' government.
.Iiiiinj the twenty-lo-ir years that he
o.id hern connected with it, only bv
i's enactions mi. I oppressions."' -1
h ivp." saal In-, "since 1323, t'ch no in-
Irrrst in the gi.-rerumeht b y nri tit'i!
)l ft; cimcctwn will thr. .V,V in
ithi.-h I lit-." 'I his certain! v ev a
no reii.a:ka: !e love !or ihe Union;'
a d, for our own part, we are com
plied to believe, irooi lits o;-. n re- o r -
nan or the country
irom wnti ii ne comes, tie was sen
sible thiit lie wul.l do him s-eat in
justice if he attributed to him any
mscIi purpose. But the bars suppo
sition from such, a source would hav
an ellect in other mens minds. He
wcuM r.o'. if any one would, covet
the lame that wutd i be acq-iircd bv
tbe arvornplisiimcnt ef such a pur
pore. Tho adventutous rcuth who
aiti inpTe-, for a -in:n day. toguida
the rl a:i t of the fun, pud ihe pen
ally by ;he loss of his life. But he
who .o:;!J rashly el tempi to desjtrov
i hi Union. wor.M not pay so cheaply
I. r lii TemiTiti . lie would live on
t'ic pajn of hitory the object of uni
vctsd execration. Me did not b. '
!. tf'.f li- M.r-A . I i .1 ....U
...i v.; u-?iiri SUCH 8
lamp. Sir. wf hive one common
.lestmy. T.he Union is indissolube.
In t!u- language of the poet I mar
"One farred "i'h Im tint
liir !ovr; une iteslinf i.nr lifo thll guide,
.N'ur il;', nor deep, our common en ditids.'
"at any time, by Liw to tanAe or clttr the ' oj j-nsed to t'ic plan
rfgnla'ior.s"' for electing members .of ; SUitc f.T the election of members of Con-
Co!. press, we believe il ougkt lo be so
construed as to give to Congress no such
Again we believe that the clause
which requires lhat "each hoiife shall
keep a journal of its proceedings, and
from time lo time publish ihe same,'
ought to be so construed, that citii house
1 . , i r i , , '' bitten. Speaking of tho
oestfd and explicit declarations and L,, p. i , t .
; ,, i , r , i nt-xt I rrstdcr.tial e.ecu v, t:;e .ew-
i.i ;ili:i:i.iiii.'iiii nin-i 1:171 ri'l-L.,,.. il i
. ,i . ,! v t .i i i :ttirp..rt I ier.j.;d. a ror.ii i.a; er. says:
menu, iliat .vl r. .i:l)..;:id wiu!d c!.-.d .- i,-;. i . . , f .'
'n On rets and Mr.
Iv cii;:r.e in the over:hiMv I ;h
te:e:al lmvim nmeu: i;i ;tic es!a!
iisNment I a new nation, it lie sr.'
Cia V. Wi- i. ii i:
j .... ....... ii... . ,,. uu iicer.
ii v possibi.ity of its proviri F'.t'ces- f
press, fr such a jdan might possibly l'ui. .Mr. Kvan. however, expu sscd j
Lenelit tl:e '-liigs, w no certainly arc not j jusw appietiensiun ia.ii on;nv per j ,
llliim-'i u .lit vuiiiu iiiiiieLfes a? inc , - ... ...t..j ... v .. .... .1" ...
jiui neve ri.ieiess, w e are i . . . i.tiinn, v. !:.i wi:l toie !..r Mr. an
v. , b.i. i . 1. 1 i : i ill I V. I-,.;.; , I ,
n::ve (.;ki. cut very Icti.; d u! t r.s ti
t! e rsiiit. It wi i b ti e reverse f.
U;l!.:'n. it v.ili he Mf -;:t about by
v. .- of n t tii:oi tJD.OOO
willing to allow them the privilege of
. ..t;.,,. . r...-'.i,.t ; .r . ...... ii.. 1
voting, provided il is so arranged that
their votes will couul ncYing, which is
main fir the s.:h. wiien
i i t el
lii ui ti:e stno kies impo.-ed bv tht- Ui.-j
hi, anil ol the hatT'liie( and : :vvt r'
precisely the case nnder ihe general tick-. to whiirii il was di-stnicd. Aridie;
I' i 'i i" I.Ii.f mil uii.l "b v iiii..n.'' n...t ..C ..f .......... 1.-. . .1... lUril'.,.. I... t- O . .. .. . I
".".'J m'. ri. ..j.ui. aiij p. ii & . it E..I.III. o:ti; t i:o s; llic l.'lJUI 1- j ...'' T- i."-i .ii:i- lu l'xp.be
ihe snie whenever they see nroner. tv in the whole Stale. i .iC a!.-!:r.l rid ridif"i;oi:s !:infij in .,
. iii - ii tin- Son 1'iir b:n! inioil .,..1 fl'.
' c i'..; ;t i:ii.-t e lee ii:. : v. :iii:t
fi.ri! iti.o ;t r r.,,, r ;.,:..!... ..i:..i. ... ......
"- "" " J'""-'!"". nun." t;,;.,iiV llilii!l
Mr. Wdnlcr's Letter. The Boston
Courier, ofthe 5th, contains a letter from
Mr. Webster, to two hundred citizens of
New Hampshire, w ho desired him to
become a candidate for th Presidency
in the Whig National Convention of xIay
next. The following concluding por
tion of the letter will be interesting to
'It is obvious, gentlemen, lhat at the
present moment the tendency of opinion
among those to be represented in the
Convention is generally and strongly set
in another direction. I think it my duty,
therefore, under existing circumstances,
to request those, who may feel a prefer
ence for me, not to indulge in lhat pre
ference, nor oppose any obstacle to the
leading wishes of political friends, or to
united and cordial oflorls for the accom
plishment of those wishes.
"The election ol the next autumn must
y see proper.
Such a Constitution is absolutely neces
sary to save the .fis ol some ol our
greatest Ucn:o.ratic Statesmen.
3rd. We arc utterly opposed to a Ta-
rilf for protection in any shape or furm.
Icing contrary to the Constitution, (See
Art. 0, Sec. 00,) unjust and iiDrquul in
its operations, and dishonest in its prin
ciples. Hut nevertheless, wc thir.k
there onght to be high duties imposed on
Hemp, Lead, &.C., these being staple
productions of this Democratic State
ana witncul sucti dimes Hie iiireigri arti-
arc capable ol vast expansion; but I may we bn.l the roni-i'
resume the subject at another lime, follow iotr ttriss iri i;
Enouph however has been said to prove
that the Democratic party has at letst
even principles; and lhat we are net
ashamed to ow n them; even though some
snarling Whig should sneeringiy term
them the principles of the "f.c loaves
W e VO!i
not Iipcmish fiev ii rpa'itv
:e? hi'o nr.il his ptdivy, l !:t hecius
ey (.' .-.'' I i.n l,.?s !,::!, Mr. Ciaj."
.'.'....i M.il:irz- A r-st part of
f. m-n mjiI 'vi.inen t!..t-r? cst by
p a i:! ! Ct-- into J v:rhl. co a-
ad. oncost o! il.tvi.-, tl not ex-
and two lu lls. " For the independent liici.oilii
o room; In. i t!.f
re strik'r.-'! ti
an i witli every i or.?:dcrat? man inns:
Tl:e south woidd find, nf.er
tli.it the j.re;.t secor.tv ol her institu
tuns was i:i the i tiii n at:d the I'.-n-!
iri ol lanatii- sin in
M '.I ll '.
' iit 1 1 1 :
i ti.f.ij, very n :;u:y
It o.at'crs rot wi
:l IS t!.H
to :.r.o hrr, ,,
l;.;it link liicir .'iTertiocs
niitv. or !ti:;-
ir sunn r i u'es, or cc-
i or acr-i.K'n!.: ''ne
s tti.lii.n. Il the Union was
.e ipieiud. or would it b... j ,.,.. ,A e ul :U
stand I have taken in boldly avowing come
the true Democratic creed, I think it Wln-io
cles would bo iropoited so low as totally j highly probable thut my statements and
to break down the growth and inanuf.ee-j my political faith maybe assailed by
ture of those articles at home. We also j some pretended Democrat, tut reiving
think the Government really gught to,n the force of immutable ar.d incontro
"cstablish an agency in Missouri for ihe J vcrtible lac'.s to bustain me, I am w illing
purchase of Hemp;" not on the princi- ju, encounter the waif.irc cf the whole
pie of protection, but merely for the in- . host, "Whiggery"' urid pretended Demo- , alloiciiij any Counlcn.il.CC to llirs
rr.v.fie.J Hint unrest. a::ie.i ?
nil be the ia -.v ! r li e i. I
iini-iy oi !ui!ive slaves? A onhi
net :.;;gress:on on the .-eat iiitetvii.'
d tin- s.i-uth inc:e:ise. jtiid wou'd it'
mo tiike t;,e f-nu of direct b:!er!i"
i nee; wiu-ieas ll. ov t'.e gre..t be dv
id ihe people ot" the north are it-straiii-
u i v i;o.iMiiriiointi yiiarantces l;vin
cu'iistaJi'-'-s. or prfijirii'iii-s. or l.d'ies.
or two slight cili
ce i!;e ciFeci;
" I: ; the ;;:l u e'v e
the liiikvr rireivrs the
boons a 'ui the or-
.tent to p:od
covragement of the growth of I lemp. crats united.
Again; we are opposed to the principle
of protection, because the effect is to fos
ter the interests of one class ofthe com
munity at the expense of another. Still
we think there ought lo be some excep
tions to the rule; For instance this
State, has erected at the public expense,
a large Warehouse in St. Louis, for the
storage and inspection of Tobacco, not
on the principle of jirottc'.ion, but merely
A Modus on Missorm Democrat.
! II real Io
be expected fnvp
involve, in eenerul. the same nrincinlr J for ,1,e coumement of the Tobacco
and the same questions as belonged to planters. But in this case it would be
that of 1840.'
The Tariff. The Globe of a late dale,
io replying to an article in the Charles
ton Mercury, says:
"We take this occasion to assure the
Mercury, that we'bclieve our friends in
Congress will modify and reduce the ex
isting tariff, with an eye to a revenue
J U. 8. Hank i'ost AWr. The im
Tree Jerry. The citizens of Lexine- i neicd p n a-i .i h :s Irom the Tiiiiade-i
ton, Lafayette county, have establish . P",:i Amcrnv.n:
free ferry across the Missouri. This
has been done, mainly, it is said, to ac
commodate the numerous citizens on the
north side of the Missouri, who trade
principally with lhat town.
The Whigs of Manroe county, met at
Paris and formed a Clay Club, on the j the auiiioit s ;,p( o nt- d l. v ii,e cm,, collected of ihe poor coblcrs, tailors &c.
very unreasonable for the Hemp grower
lo ask ofthe Stale the same favor for the
6torageSic. of Hemp. And it would be
equally as unreasonable, for the -hatter
the shoemaker, the blacksmith, the tai
lor, the waggon maker, Ihe coin plant
er, Sic. Sic. to complain that they were
'We would siiocst to ihe bo'ders
of the pot-m tos of tins K.fik, that it
is n-"cess -iiy in iiuve their claims no
dited im,.,e,..,;. !y. m order io ri.tnle to buiId warcilouses forthe Xobao
iii-iii iu u .ioe hi i r a iiivnieun VMii t. , . . ,
uiil b,. .:.,!.. m J.. . ...... I. ,.1 co planters, bec.use the Tobacco plan
trust.- es. T e 'holders of n.-e. lers beinS worlh n,ore more
whose ciaiim ;,ie riot ac.-rediit il bv i couragement, and besides the amount
5th instant will of e0ir.e -i- rx-j'u.le 1 fr.i.-ii par , is so small, lhat they will not feel it.
Slave Property in Illinois.-lt is stat- ,""r, lti"!- j 4th. We are opposed to the whole
ed that the Supremo Court of Illinois' 1 'h''c
has decided that a slaveholder has a per- '"' '
r . t. . . , . . ' . , i li-.li oa. ;
ieci rigiu to pass mrougn Illinois with '
r.s.'-vv.i, vt ichihil.u.-.
o r.;i:o.,.si;tn . vs: ' At
tie o'i.I.m I., J'. M. 1 1 i- d-oe.
i i:.:)-.;elt rs.
system of Internal Improvements by the
State or General Government, But still
we believe the West has been treated
with the greatest injustice by Congress,
in their withholding appropriations tfor
the improvement ofthe Western Rivers,
which are nearly all constitutional rivers
i L :. f .-i ; , n'i. In- i o . i l
i .... .... i
, u coHii.y oeiween uie ; ,li:il .., .;.;,r,;lm. ii,ix
Mates wouli! protect mm in regarding i.,oi t'l .t L aiul i!es:.;- U,,r(..r. i;,,.,
the slave as such, while within the lim- : eiitei n ty. '1 n- rod d people
its of that Slate. k. ilioosunds of sd) si.vs- a:;d sexrs.
iTiiy were atteiid-.'i) bv -ev,-ra! of (See speeches of most of our present
Fire in Bedford, Ky. On the6th inst. , ,.,irc;B'7ym-t'. hut Cbuk wasoi-stm members of Congress from Missouri and
fire broke out in the candle works of, ate to the lasi. rrfu-t'-i: t. i ny i,iiv the West.
attention to th.-aw tu! evm;. '. rk v .r. -n -j
Bankrui.tcv in Knghsnd e xi-ts to a monopolies, or in other words, to all
Samuel Leonard, in Bedford, whioh was
entirely consumed, with its entire son
tents. The adjoinining iron works of
Kekeraiah Leonard were also destroyed.
The loss is very great and the insurance
inadequate to cover it.
Coll Winters The Safc-in Ga
zette, in an artii le respecting the cold
wcail er say:
"The severest New Unhand win
ters on rec.od arc those of 1717. 17-JI,
I7C1. 177:. I7C0 and I7):r;. The
winter ol 1741 was bitter, end its se
venty wuie'v feit. '.i tie remein
bered the like.' Iul7!;0. the snows
commeiM ed caily in iovem(-cr. and
coniiliUid storms accoiop mied by v io
iriit wimls troni tiie llorihwest. occur
ird during December. About 'he 1st
of Ji.ntir.ry, a .ctcd ot steady r.nd
evere co'd roi.ui cnced. During fur
tif (luys, evi n on the south and sunny
side of buildings in vvunn situations
there was no mil cation of thaw.
The i;:ht and di v snow drifted and
eddied with incessant motions on the
W'ml. l'nths, if opener), were inMiic
di.iteiy filled. and coniniuiiicatiori was
entirely intori uptcd. Wood was sold
in the village of Worcester, at fGO a
cord, owing t the io:'ds being 'filled
w iih snow."'
atijj'' b!osooi, the siii les t:nl gaiety,
me worn an ! p:-s sway, at.d tiie un-
j ion set'.. es now n into trm-pu! Iiappt-
r.cs. e:-'titmi.'il irritation, herce stiite.
orspeccy rcpture. s the teuiper, the
pissn.n'. i!,o princip'fs of the parties
impel or I iad. V, i then; r.re others.
hoeirr. o! :; li.icr c ay. ainl a hi-h-ci
miHild.whofor.ii, at a very early
peiiod, a bright ideal irnae f :he be
ing t!:.;t u;t,st be their soui" coinran-i-n.
in vvhiuli every trait an. I lealura
am: oul sue, ad ;a once.! is ruade h.irrnoriions. tut iic
uroji her piofcsed hostility to dome- j n,ird iisrurc.;!' ti.e pre-existing tor.es
t:e: tlaveiy: Ti.is scheme would de- of thplr own hai I ; where each taste,
far greater eilrni th-rn in the United Banksi and always have been so. (See
Mates. i inns have gone down with- the vole establishing the Bank of Mis
in the last twelve riMUiths with an in- smiri. and alio note tli nlioV. pi, c
J - -1 n.M.lb. VI IIIC UI'
c-ebtedness of $60,000,000. 'fictr,f for proof.) The itte circnm.
Tha Murmouv.The following
iieui we clip Irom the Quincy Herald,
of the 9th inst. We trust these dif
ficulties between the "fraternit v" of
the prophet nnd the neighbors, of
which it. speaks, will be settled with.
out recourse to violence. Joe has
too much discretion to suffer his dis
ciples to kick up a row where the
odds are so obviously against him: -
St. Louis Gazette.
"We understand that four warvin-.
.passed through this city on Tuesday
last, on their way to the Stale Arse
nal at Alton, forthe purpose of pro
curing Kims and munitions of war, to!
pt ive the south of all her wealth, in
stead ol ernicliiiiT her. , nation
iimiti il to one species of industry ev
ercid ttnive. No agriculiiual colony
ever prospered, ior her wealth would
i e diawn oll'to the mother country.
The south, in Ii ilf a century, would
become like Jamaica and C irlmdoes.
The planters would spend llieir
wealth ar.d means elsewiice ih.m at
home; ail iheir me;.r. wo;.hi be drawn
away. Such would be the inevitable
"The Scnutor supposed that this
would be a prosperous ;;::d happy na-
linn i.mfAr lliu ri... . . ... I.... -
...... ......... rn.in.iiic, uui li vva
contrary to all tho warnings of ex
perience. What bond ol union would
there be if we all produced the same
things? ll Massachusetts produced
the same articles thatS. Carolina did.
what suit of internal eonuucice would
there be? What could supply a trade?
Navigation, ra.I onds and canals must
he given up. There would l e rival
ships, but no community ol feeling.
I'.very thincr like a national commerce
wou'd be broken up. Thi3 matter
was looked to very early, and ihe fn
thers of the republic, considered the
diversity of climate and the produc
tions nnn employments as ihe gieat
bond ed union.
'Sir, the gentleman forgets that all
tho past must be obliteiated, tlmt all
the renown that we have acnuired as
n nation must bo obliterated, before
t'lis separation can take place. The
Declaration of Independence must be
forgotten, because it will remind the
south only of the commencement of
an era of oppression nnd injustice, of
tyranny and exaction. Thn rWv ,
each Icelmi:. ca'-h th 'iijht, finds a re-
sjion-ive riotp its the spirit of another,
and where ihe corporeal form repre-s-Tits
but as a syoi'), l. ih.t grand
ipjiutser..-e of ail imst we desire in
ihe heart f the being that we love.
Se'dom, very seldom does it happen
in iiic. that thoe wliohave thus, if I
may so ciil it, pre conceived their
love, ever fi.id the being they hav8r
dreamed of. Seldom, il" they do find
hyr.is it in ti eir fate Ut win her; but
il they do, they may well die the day
alter, for ihey know enough of hu
man joy to fii up a whole existence.
.iruioiii no iney i,n,; iier; tiiey may
find the face and the foi m, but the one
harmonious whole i rsre oh, how
rare! The mine s of (lolconila do not
furnish fewer diamonds, the river of
Ceylon, roil down fewer rubies, thnn
the whole world produce, ay, in a
thou-and years, beings fully worthy
to be loved. James.
Amusing Connection of Xamr.'.
On the great western rd in Eng
innd is an inn called "The Queen's
Arms." From this inn a new coach
has lately been st.ntrd, named "The
Prince Albert.' The worthy land
lord put out bids, informing her ma
jesty's, subjects that '"The Prince Al
bert starts from The Queen'i Arms
punctually eyery mornirg.it ejuarter
past seven o'clock."' Rather early,
this cold weather.
Were there, says Socrates, a com
mon bank made of all men's trouble
most men would choose rather to
take those they brought, than ventura
on a new dividend, and think it best
te sil down with their own.