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O TJ R COUJTBT AND OUR COUNTRY' S WEAL.
EEOWJJ.(;-Cinr., PIEiBJ (Ol'.TV, .UIKKOMSI, SATI'KDAV, JM.Y 6, IS SI.
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I. N. Bnysox- Si Co.. Louisiana, f'To.
A.Mase. P. M. Frankf.-rd
H.T. Kent, P. M. Clarke illc,
J. IT. 1'itiTTON. Trov, "
P. Gir.sns, P. "ST., Payne-ayi'de.
D.ipt. W. TI. NVkmx. Now Hope, "
P. W. Overly, P. M., Shamrock, "
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Jottx Ralls, New London, "
A. ITexukix. P. M. Spenccrhurg. "
.' as. rv. unirriN, n:i".orv vreei;,
Doct. J. An a ms, Ashley,
There's r.ogght oo o.-rth leered' arto me.
Than lovely. . lulling infancy,
A tlionch'h-ss. sportive, happy child.
'Villi lreighing ryes mid ringlets v i'.l,
In'm.'iiar away in is.ii-'li iitu' i;h-o.
Like some winded ri;il, l-iiL-'it a:.i5 f.'t e.
S'.vcef!v ttiH'nsruiiis c-f t!:r -;-res,
V.'liieh att Ihc-m in t'lN val; f t ":-s.
Tht v l-:i;"- no irtit f, hut while ;u-.:;y
Th. ii-tine- in rai-eless I : : i j y p!:'y:
)':i. check them not. hot lct 'th. l.i
till tlinudiiless, inii-thful. j" t:s, inc.
The ilK of life too soon, e.t hit,
Tlte-rairy lin;.!ii:ies v. ill !,!at:
Too io! i the-;, "Ii k:in t :,c i-; i I -rt.: : i if.-
nhieb thi- siiif-.il wiM U I 'l. :
Tlien while they lit v. oh' I t l':e::i l"-.
l'roin crief, end enre. iin 1 snri-uw f. e.
It will T,e reeuIU-f'.i-1 tl-.;-l T.Ir. I)"
ens, in hi noli i: Amerle". ?j'f ii:s
disj)ur.:rir.j;Iy of the se r !"
v.l.i !i v, :-s erii'in d with Peiiiisj !v..t i.i.
In w!u:t lie s;:id the I-it.-lish totiVist
imperfect kt.owlo.h'o. Ho w i.t t; one
of the ticnitei.liiiries of unr
l?uh Hill, and staid for two
.-!;.! :. :.t
then derided to rvphi'
tern. 15ut in thi:
tilings upon w'lieli he li;.s v. rill. "i. in re
jnrd to our eotinlry, l.e showed his jiro
iiiiind ii'iior.ir.i e of v. li.it he w:-.s v. r:
For iii'teeti years, we h:-e h: .d IV-'P
access tn tlie )iriiit-ji-l j.i.soes i l,u
eotiTitry, to stil ly and undi r!. t.d
promiscuous sysl'-m and the s' ji.ir.-o
system. We think wo do I-.tvuv the
very different restiil
we sav, ns we hope
t!: y j.roi.nei
to !o some little
rood in ai !iji'to reforin crimin;ds. tint
the separate system is '.lie only one yet
attested, which holds out any hope what
ever of a thorough reform in a Irirdcn
On this suhject, we will reprint hc
low, the letter from a mind worth, in
its philosophic in estimations, as lnaiiy
Charles Dickens as could fill m the
great area of our F:istcrn pei,!:c;.::..ry,
a space of twelve acres. Set. Cour.
Columhia, S. C., Sept. 18, 1813.
Joints B. Barclay, '.,
Sec'y. of the Philadelphia prison society.
Dear 15artlay, When I vh-itcd, the
last time, the Hastcni penitentiary, I
happened to remciiiher Mr. Dickens'
sentimental tirade apdnst eremitic im
prisonment, caused chiefly, as he pre
tends at leasl by a very affect i 113 case
of a liht mulatto frirl, who, with mois
tened eyes, spoke most tonchiitly on
the gnawing griefs of solitary meareer
Mion. I requested, therefore, Mr.
Thompson, the present warden, to
whom the highest praise is due for his
readiness to impart any information, to
introduce me into the cell of the s::me
girl. I beg you to recall to your mind
the whole account as given hy Mr.
Dickens, and then compare it silh the
following plain story:
The girl, a yellow mulatto, rather
ihort and not ill-looking, was imprison
ed, four years ago, for seven years, with
two associates, for conspiracy to rob.
They were disreputable, and belonged,
with several other girls, to a house
kept by a man to entice people, in or
der to rob them. Many such crimes
bad been committed cfhite, and as most
of the sufferers were ashamed of pros
ecuting publicly the offence committed
'gainst them, the judge, probably,
thought that it was a good opportunity
to make an example. Although these
fiirU were not half as guilty :s ''l!
deeper of the house, (who could not
Vc reached, us he made his escape.-)
Wiey were sentenced Cor seven years.
Ii was thought a full m. :,sii i of pmi-
illcl.t; l;;;t uf t nurse ihe m niteiai:.. v
tiolliitig (o ,i uhhlho si i.ti i .
il l in question spoke readily,
whining- or m- laiiehollv : Ti l
-Mr. llicmpsoi: assures me that she con
versed willi Mr. Dickens in the same
spirit, with the same accent and tone,
and pretty mm h in the same train of
Ihouht. I M-i!I pv,. yml ,lt. substance
01 our conversation, leawnij- out
I h..vc lien lire four vears. ;nd
- :.. .1 . 1
, 11 rn.:i;i mice yc;".r- iorer. 1 mu
! nearly twer.ty-one years old. :.nd fed
j very well here. They treat me with
i;iuc!i kindness. I have learned lure
, to read and write. I'.verv Mondav some
I ,!n'S come wlm teach lis
to me very well, ; .ml showed me her
copy-hook, which was very fair.) I
have written lay lir.-t IcttcMo my moth
er, asking her pardon, ami permission
to let me come home when I ret out
' here. She has written kindly hack to
me. I had 1 et n a -had girl" three years
.before I was imprisoned; and I did not
( see my mother in that time: I lived
I without home in the city, li is some
,tiii;is loi'ciyherc. but Tain now accus
tomed t it: it b.sted about six months
, 1 eforc 1 trot ::ect!stoi:!..,l In it. I f, It
then senu times - ery much dowt.:' I
J Lad no lVi-hll'id dreams. I never fell
jiri;:ht(i!c-l, I oi.ly felt lost, fur I thought
j often of i:iy mother. 1 shonl-1 certain
j ly j refi r !i i !: here, than to r.i back
: to live where I was l-s(. H, re every
' . i ' - r 1 1 , i , - . . .
tiling is tie:niiy. an-i ail are Kind: . re
was dirt, and drinking :.n 1 heart iche.
Oh. po. sir. not to lh plee!"' I am
here for con.-pir.-ny ; I have been erv
Lad; stinly 1 will try t-ihe like a -joed
yirl. if they will only lm e me a chance.
1 have h ,,rned to pr.-V here, for 1 hail
fcrp.t!cnil since mv i hil ihood."
Her room was li-ht an.l i:eat. with
1:1. i.y I'aney a.rtii h s, ! y her hand, hang
ing around the v. . li.
Hire. the:), is a till, sn'ii. ictulvcon-
nted for a Pl i oiier. w ho has leari.ed
to read, w rite
ray 111 tue ce
writes hir liist h.it. r to hi r mother. t
r p'-rui n lor a 1 1 : ol viae, r
ic-ss and crime: :. 'girl who h. id hem ru
ine.l when fourteen years old, and w ho
th mks the 1. Hi. . rs lor their kind treat
ment a girl who thinks with horr.T
of the 1:1: : 1 an 1 bni! .!:.- in v.I.i. h she
1 !U ! v ('.. t "ki-'ivs v. ia.i..--
der. eh-aldila ss i.n.l li U uess ar. ati'l
this girlmu-l serve the arrogant : ulh u
of ihe Noli s for a sontimci.t.d ciai-doa
UlrfiU a subject he is id-solutelv Jglior.-.ll!
ol'. He -xprcc(! himself liigl.ly gr. t
ilied w ith his iait to the penitentiary,
and s.iid lh;.i he thought but one thing
mi.-hl he changed, namely the length
a.nkcijoti: or Washington.
At the coinmatici mcnt of the reo!u
iioaary w.ir, tlu-re lived at lae t A ; id
-nr. Coni'.ccth ut. according to the ILri
l'.,rd Cour.uit. a farmer, of the name of
Jacob Munst 11. aged lialy-lie years,
.ifterthe eojuiiiut.iai'.tii n hy water l.e
tween this pari of the country and
1'oston was iii'.crrupted by the posses
sion of IJoston harbor by the Ihitish
flaet, Mutell was ol'len !iiiloyed to
transport provisions by land to our ar
my, 1 inir in the neighborhood of Hus
ton, "in the summer of 177."), while
plovt d. he arrived within a few
miles of the camp :it Cambridge, with a
large load, drawn by a stout ox team.
In a part of the road which was some
what rough, he met two carriages, in
each of which was an Ameri'-aii gen
eral officer. The officer in the forward
carriage, when near to Munscll, put
his head out of the window, and called
to him in an authoritative tone
D n it, get. out oi the way!''
Munscll immediately replied
" I) ii you, I w on't get out of the
path get out yourself!"
After some" other vain attempts to
prevail on Munscll to turn out. the
oilicer's carriage turned out, and Mun
scll kept the path. The other carriage
immediately came up. having been with
in hearing distance of what had passed,
and the officer within put his head out
of the vehicle and said to Munscll
"My friend, the road is bad, and it is
very (iifiicult for me to turn out; will
you be so good as to turn out and let
me pass. "
With all my heart, sir," said Mun
scll; '-but I wont be d d out of the
path by any man."
This last ofheer Was general U ash
ington. Aual'.cr '!: f A'xluclinn. The
PhiiadeV'ia Times says that a young
mteics'-mg g'-l'i, 01 seventeen.
i.n. d. (nun l:er home on na.ur-
djy week, by a
sivimp, who called
They remained u-
lav afternoon, when
they r tu i r.eii aad sioppea at a tavctn
on Tbi'd street. Ihe mlMnun
then left hi victim, after having
written a pole 1" her parents inform
in" l hem wbese she could Le ioitnJ.
Disease o" I!ns.
We subjoin, from ilitr Farmrr's As-
siaiaui, some i-eiicii-l accomil ol liic
i.isc:iscs tu which swine arc st;bjeet. ail 1 v the irntnt-im ed die liwi.'s.
mid the reiiiedies which are ctistotn.i-J Frn ;r vUlrrf ..';..-, seems
r.ly applied. We ad. I, in respect to' to be caused bv over-feeding, ari l
the disease called ihe staggers in i r.iay be removed by doses of .su!piur
swine, tur styes have suo'eied se-!nii(i oil.
verely. In s ite of the n ine. lies re- i Tlifs'fisjn Siviicai;lii:ted with
(.oiiiincrided, aiid the liberal use of this disorder suddenly lum mum! rap
others, suidi as castor oil, we idlv, and, if not :issjt( d, w id die in
have lust several vtslu.ible swino; and
Mini regard lo liiein winch have fur -
vived the disease, thev never ntmoar -
d perfectly rest red. and m.
1 r . 1 . , . 'I
Lull dispost d to conin to the (;. nehi
j sien ii at it woio'il have been more
! lor our iiileiest if they haj died when
1 f r-l sick.
I Jt would br a orcat gain t human
ity. it this nthji 1 t, an.l tj-(. disease of
jai.iinals gencialiy, coulil be belter
ilindei stood; indeid, if it were made
a liai'lieidar sii.dv :.i!il s.-io.i.... ,
.resell', the vc-ont.aiv on m .i.jjtlic hi.di.-st esteem, informs me, lh.it
'country most certamlv" is in a low
stile; and liie diseases ol the. brute 1
j ci cation are imperfectly iind-rstood : i
(aid the mm i!:es usually prescribed 1
ia;e a itliiu- but ti;e gr..sest ouacke-,
We ui'l m,t .put
l.w subject w i'Ji
o,u mi on 'ii.ug a cu. iuiis act. won
cetn ied ia
our own experience. j
iai a s. v ! f. urteeu faltenmo
hogs, ied v.iiii the gieatcst care, and;
w:ih every variety and luppara'im,
n! toed, w hieli
was d 'omod '. tk.-l v- t. !
llinl;. A'o'.hing. how-'
ever, won! I answer. Th.-v ale vo- '
r.teii.usly. bat did Lot gain 11 Wcig'.ll.!
.1 !:u:t which we aseerlaiip-d bv ie-'
pctediy wv.!:ii,g the 11. When kid- J
e.l, the sect ct was solved: t-.e i-ntraiSs !
vv -: fo:;tid c'. urged with long lapel
worm.-, about the sio- i. knitting nee- I
dies. po::i . at c.eh ei d. and el .-, !
white ei ii-r. This uiiiloiihted y v. as
t e cause ol iheir great apjielile and i
little tliiilt; bi'.t whi-me
1 aime j
1 Case I
( i.c !
W llil- i
is a secret yet unsolved. Tin
u as coiisij, 1 cd very unusual,
oil. ei ins!ari'-e only ever cau.ij
Ill oil!" klP
N .M!ie ;
w hieh a: e
e.l . .
to Some diseases.
e no! ice,
!..r tl em.
. ..-. Thi ibs ou'er is mos'lv
li.i 'oat. v. ).n ii is li.it .i w i'ii
-iiiali j'i.'ule, aiil s.-lne' l-ei-s t'lese
..J l'e.i, on th; outside ol the 1. cel..
Iii" anm.al affected looks languid,
with led eyes, and iooses lle.-h.
(. (; dive 1. 1111 s'uall ipi iliiitn-s ol ;, Sw iss pastor, I ( o lior. The adiii
iev ig.ited crude aiitimi'i, v la his food, j liniial heal seems to serve, instead of
'',(! ;;.7.g'', like the scab 111 sheep, !
is a cutaneous eruption ol ihe skill.
occasioned bv want i f cle nln.es in
the h-j'S'.v. !l hi known bv ihe m- I
;,i .. 1,1'.:. 1 tl... ion.'.!, ti.l . i
life, and thu produces i
-cabs, 'i i.e em e. as dp eeled l y Dr.
Xoi iord, is first to wash the annual ;
.(!! with sMong so.ip suds; then an-1
oini hi.ii with an ointment famed f 1
an out ce ol flour ol rii'.l.ur. two!
drachms of fresh pu'vei ied hellelauv. I
ihice oiipccs of hog's lard, Mid hall I
an ounce I the water ol kali. 1 his
is to be rubbed in at one time, an 1 is
M.tiieiciit for a hog wci; bin:; a bun
dled. If properly applied 110 repeti
tion will lo i.ecessaiy, if the in ;' be
i.lierwards kept clean. Wlore he
!i,.s a siLlil cough, Ii
f .in ounce to
alilimoii V. li om na.
ill ounce and a hull, ia coding to
tiie si.e of the animal, to be- fine iy
pi.iveiized and mixed wilh bis food,
ior li 11 days or a foi Inight.
when, from long
tiul ears, and oti.ci
eelated, they should be atiomled cv-
erv third or loinlliilav with an oiut
nii pt made of (qu.il pails ol tar and
mutton fuel, mebid together, till du
ctile is completi .1.
'I'h-mui 1 din, or leprosy, in swine,
is know n by the shortness and heal
of ihe biealii, hanging down of li.o
head, staggoi iiig, and secretions Irom
the 1 yes. Il is said to be call ea by
hot seasons, when the tlood becoti es
d i.etties 111 a gallon of small Lcer;;pllt n;vl-;.1:VT,a sorrow, a siniuiur
add half a pound ol flour ol sulphur, j. sfloirrr, w hieh 011 its cessation, irodiiees
oni' quarter ol a pound ol v.nise seeds, an inexpressibly refreshing aspect in
tii.lvt rixe l, thiee ounces ol liquorice, the alinosphere of the heart.
an I a quartet ol a pound ot elecam-
I ane; auu give tins mixture 111 mill.,
at six doses.
77ie u"x t is an inll.immaiioti of
the uiifer. iiy being liiUd with coag
ul .ted mi k. ll chicliy liappelis
where sows are too ha ;.i littering;
and where they are thus alii-eted the
pies will l ot suck, la slight cases,
the udder may Le bathed with cam
phorated wine; but the milk must I.e
squeezed out by band if possible'.
f lelief cannot thus I.e given, il is bett
to kill the animal.
pri) cotih, or wasting of the flesh,
is best remedied hv n t!rv warm stv.
with a regular supjily of food th.it is
'.,!,. I I , 'l .s..l .... 1 . .
j "iii'i" ft ll 1(11 111 '.''! ,114 I"
1 - i t an hour. lln,v ;: hi openinj.
. !'' niotiilw a i-ob 10
, in II it 1
! it w 'd be dt
overed: cut this au.-iv.
let the wound b'ecd: 111 ike a
!er ol loam and salt, atxl tub
he ui'iuiil with it, ami 11. eu v:ive Ho
'east some urine, and be wtil pre
ler.nver. Fa. titer's Aassist iiif.
1 rin g '.'i'i'A". I have jut
the 11. ode fd preserving e-jgs m
the last number o! the C'ul'iv.-ro--. and
:i lady at iiiv elbow, fir whom 1 have
!' 1,0 !"''' vp!i
h is tie-, er t
en up a
bad egg, after
k'-eping them ai
w inter: 1 ut a l.iy-
er of s.ilt
11 the bottom "f ;i jar, and
g-! iii the s.dl. jmiul 'h'trn-
n-'iiiis. lid a la er ol eg
! v. 'a n ino'i'
salt I ut ii;. and a iin
gs, ai.d so on sin-.-essii e 1
ar I ; !:,!!. I lav log i!!.-n
1 ggs. 1 know the mode
:i layer ol f
ly tl I the
r.-i'en of iht
to be a good one. C
hVo n I'cru. I'imse who are ..nd
of green ivrtl. an-! desire to have i
ia hue oi.h'i' iii the w inter, should uii
piove the presetit 1 1 . 1! 1 1 r , : t ; lo
a. k It d-i'.MI i'l leap, ti.ht c;.-.s.s-.
Willi a p;el.!e sii!",eicnil v si-oi:i to
picaa-lie Clo u.'i.l e: s. ll shoifij ,e
I u; down in the husks, an i ! pt ex
clud. il i.o n tin! air by the braie, m
as to or vent lei mi utati-iti 01 d e .;u
s.-iid, w il
l,e, (, I.
i.e M 111
lollS I'll pllM (!. II
r any b-nglfi ol tiu,e.
it-uli v fiesh for the
b-ll boil-, I.
Arc. kill 11 H11: The smoke of the
fllllglls Ill.iMlils," ur eelnmoli pulf ball,
when i.'iied so as to h. l.I lire, has a
slii'iilx ing licet on the bees, and reli-
decs till-Ill as h:
, w ilia. ut a tiv ol
' means of this
v, u'il-1 not 111 e
ss as hriin-1
I s I';
, vv Iiii I
the w 111I1 r, I-,, y
l e nailed to si roi'g stoeks,
borne 1 ut by r pel inn I.I.
th..t has doubled w ill !i. 1
I10111 ill ihe w inler than :
11: tural stale. This w is 1
It is a fact
that a hive
sloek iii ils
addition: 1 food, to keep up ihe vitality
ol the hall torpi.l bees
'dark room. i the best
. com, .in .
wiiii. 1 i.n. tuts
!"r lues. liny v. ill consume less Inn,
v tii. u if b-ll on lh. ir st
weakened bv Ihe lo:
salios. w 1:1. II. 1. Iilpo.l ..ill . 1 1 if le-
malnre warmth, ere eaiigbl bv the eel.
u iuds. fall lo Ihe ground and never rise
Dryness is 1 ssential. and ventilation
or proper airing of the hives in sum
mer, is the most valuable improv emeiil
ill lice kccpi
MF.TAPIIOKICAI. II. 1. 1 SIR A
r.v A MM- mi i 1:.
IIiiii: Wol'Idh hopes are j:u ks-o'-laiili-rn.
which I .-guile us to the treach
erous shoals of disappointment; but the
eternal hope, a l ea. oil kindled upon
Ihe celestial highland, for the souls to
ll 1 1, 1 the anioiislv-lookci!-ior, and sure
Ian ling place.
JUsiiiur. A mental tornado, which
blasts every fl"W r of peace in the
licguct, the neck miUl, and uproots every germ of alfce
pails, leeome ul-ji,)M in the hcarl, rendering the whole,
dike a miserable suicide 111 the nudsl of
his uiihappv family, an aw till, desolate,
and alfeetiiig scene to contemplate.
-A south-weslern cloud
ovcreasliitg suddenly ihe sunny sky of
life, threatens Us at every moment a
storm of afllietion.
Sun 1111; Fart lily sorrow sure spirit
ual rain-dro s, falling continually
through die w hole day fr.au the cheer
less and chilly north-eastern douds of
:uli ersit v. without anv nroslicet ol a
Foil ,1 ba'dlullsil .. s)-(.. . f Vemf.iii at hand:
SI. .Vitlihi'ir, the apo.dleand vaiigel
is, is supposed (n have suffered martyr
dom, or was slain with a sword, at the
eilv of I'll. io;. hia.
SI. .Mark, die evangelist, was drag
ged loi'.-nh the streets of Alexandria,
in Fgjpl. until he expired.
.V. .e. , the evangelist, was hanged
upon an dive Iree, in ( recce.
SI. Ja.'in, the apo-tle and evangelist,
was put into a caul. Iron of boiling oil,
and escaped do..th! He afterwards
died a 11al111.il dealh at Fj.hesus, in
V. Jamcx, H,c frrurl, was beheaded at
'Si. .'ic., ;,- ,,v, the apostle, was
thnnvn roma pinnacle, or wing of the
Temple, ami Ihen beaten to death with
a fuller's cluli.
.V. I'iiliji, Ihe apostle, was hanged
up against a pillar, at llierapolis, a city
V. Jlailwloimtr, the apostle, was
flayed alive, by the command c-f a bar
.S7. .'hiimr, the apostle, was bound
to a cross, whence he preached to the noes 1 etv.crn the committees of the
people imtil he expired. two hottsrg on their disnorecing vote s
SI. 7 limmix. the apostle, was run .'up-n nmenilri rnis tr tlio Appropria
Ihrougl. the body with a lance, at Cor- ! ttdi bills, which, it is believed were
omanilel, in tlie Last Indies.
.S7. Ji:ifr, the ajiostle, was slu t to
death with arrows.
.S7. S;i,,. (Zt.'lul,) the 1 p.K th-, was
crucified in Persia.
.V. .loV:v, the epi'stJe, was lir.-t
stoned, and then beheaded.
SI. I'aniil,,.-- the ; p.istle of the
(utiles, was stoned In death hv the
Jews, at Salania.
.S7. Paul was beheaded at Home, by
the tyrant Aero.
Thomas U. Clccifon.
The New York Tribune, the leading,
w hig Jiajier of that ei!v. s . s:
e cannot repress I be admiration we
feel, for the recent be. ring oi' Mr. Pen
ton. The Carolini di.-iuiii.ni.-l. have
undermined and beaieii him with their
new Texas conspiracy they have
wors'ed him in the presidential contest
and probably out him elf from the suc
cession they have olil iiiii .1 the b ad of
the parly which they have only belong
ed to some six or seven years, whilst
he has been its Ajax in lheseii.de since
lSl!7 they have probably destroyed.
but they cannot conquer tier cower him.
He looks them as sti rnlv in the i vu as
ever, and is prepared to do battle with
them at any notice, no matter at w h. t
odds. His rejoinder to Mr. MeDniiie
0:1 Saturday night, is r presented by
those who heard it as most withering".
; lie laid baie the secret springs of pn-
j vate speculation and political treachery
! w hi. h have given life to ihe ery of im-
; mediate annexation: he showed thai the
' men w ho fomented Ihis plot were im-
I polled by the most sordid motives, and
belli .a giatil'v ing their ambition ev en
, ,.i lie- osl of destroy il'g the Fnioii.
j lie told them 011 closing that ihey need
j lad oe!l loo confidently in their ill-got
: V ieloi'v. for he should meet lliem at
'I'll'.: . 1. . 1 1 11 . -
iiii 1 1 ji j 1 in.. 1 pi- si.el.l.i oppose llieir
intrigues wilh voice and pen, an.l if
nn d ! v ith sword in hand, and die dc
Icnding ihe I iiion.
A iniirmer of applause ran Ihroiigh
; the galleries which rt. uhl not be res-
trained. (.'en. Clinel
of ('a., who
liappeiied to he in the senate, could not
I'esisl I ii' 11111111 se lo o-o on In t 10 1 :ii:nl-
. . -1 -
less senator, and graspiinr bis hand, tell
less senator, :
; him llial he should stand proudly by
1 .. . . . -' .
nis sine 111 i.eleliee oi Ine I mini.
Mr. Ileiitoti Inrneil lo dolui (juiiiey
Adams, v ho had taken a seat behind
him to listen to Ihis debate, and hiking
his hind said. '.Mr. Adams, you are
passing nil tin stag', and lam passing
away also; hut while we live we will
slainl by the Union!"
The nation respond to this senti
ment. Fr KM i:: lliinit lt
sav? the c
p. olio expresses hcr.-'o
and boid lice limn. .N:e IS ietf min
ed to charm, eosl w hat it vv.ll; and,
passing ox er 1 lie li'ie of beautv , ihi
Iving ihe g." .1 and the appiopi ia'.',
she passes ml the Woil.iol the Sell
ill empty .una-
sue loses successive, v her
her 1 ! ia 1 1 1 is, ihe I'-.spect ol true
nd her own p-aee of mind ;
in. 'i'. :
and he.'iu'y ". holy
door aoamst her.
tieaven closes its'rve in corn anon, lite insi ot august,
An el. vaied de- j and it sometimes comes 110 well with-
sne to p:ease may pas into coquetry,
but do we not seo every where in
lile that the white may become gray.
at..! th" g:.iy rn
til the color", f i
ohsein e.l I V the
while s'li! If. '.
black in :-t::i:;!i s
may 1 c mi b. i
tinnal'v il.i! ker, tin-' "
poe, i,et. i- entirely I (7tv.y V'.'re. The c'nml er o
Ihuk' Vet i.s- the J commerce of New Yoik have rroin
and may I.e 111 xt ihe j ly addressed a circular to each of lh.
; ui'itv. just as truth members ol" the House, of llcnv, sen ta
lly by the side of the 1 tires, proposing an amendment tithe
mo. d. Tl e.e i an 1 r"st:'ge bill recently ras.. bvthe
V desiie of pleas-1
ill"; v oi:I, I
sessed it, ..'
tine! - lh.
i w 1
w ho prop. is
w ii ast te!
vvritn a boo!; of n 1-
lur.d histoiv. I e r'or.imenced as h 1-
low s: ''Ai u is de !ir.-t animal in lie
cieii'ion; he spring up like a spariow-
a. id lays
e a ho
i k e a
IujUirir.it. The CiiieinliiUi Cmi
mei( i d, of the VaiHi. sav s that there
have been srveral cases of inib.ieri:a
in tiial city of late. The disease is
similar to that which uept ever the
country last season.
S.iturda-v was the last ihty but one
jot the present session of Congress,
j itoiii houses tool; a recess from hnlf
fast two to lour o'clock, and from
the bitter hour coiit'iiiifd in session,
j the sen:'t5 until 3 o'clock, and the
house of representatives til! nearly 4
o'clock yesti-rdry morning.
In the S'enate a large amount of le-
"islativo bpsiness was transacted, be-
' Miles that crow in;? out of the confer-
at last all lernnciled.
Atoong ti e great number (some
thing like one hundred) of House bills
p: s-ed by the Senate, was the bill
1 ei nc '11111 g mesne process iu the Ois-
I it id el Columbia, (abolishing unpris-i-.'.a.ent
I. r debt) which r.ews will
1 jid. e t!ie be-trls of the friends of
i i;v here find ehse where.
; The bouse of representatives wts
I In n storm of confusion end uproar
1 d::r tig ll c. whole right, wiibot.t ef
j I. 1 tu g any thin p wliatever after the
boor o' 9 o'clock in the evening, the
jwl.o!-' lar.e I ciiiir spent in ineffectual
st in-- !e beiwcen tlie fiicnds and op-
j o eais of ihe Cttmbei land Itoad ap
ip.opi i.-.t'on b.liand the District Dunk
, bill te obtain a diiect vote upon e:t!i
jerof those ii.eastiics. During tliis
1 c.iiilcs! the :. arnl nays were called
'unr. than twenty Mints on uuestions
j raised 'o defeat those tills, until the
I I I 'use. iaii ly I rod opt. (a quorum be
ing prisen to the last) adjouined at
nen.' i y lour o'clock.
j The Senate, n S.itui'day, ordeieer
! 10 lie on the t ib'i! the nomination.-.
heretofore n.ade bv the I'resiu. rH of
th- ('i.iie.i States, of Edward King,
li. 1!. Walworth to be justices of the
Supreme Cour', to succeed Justices
Thompson and ihihl win. deceased.
j The Si:aw also reject-d, unnnim
oiisly, the iiomiaati.-.n of James S.
(In en lo le Secretary of the Trea
sury. 'j i.e Piesi.ler.t rf ihe Unite.. Soft's
bp.' ii' g f'M p V! irnt'd Ceo. M. i!i''t.,
of Kori'tio .v, !n brt Secretary of the
Treasury, the Semite Confirmed thai
The Seriate also rejected the no
miiiaiion ..f Judge Chtistian t" be
Dis'net Jin'gl tor ihe District of ir
g nia, and confirmed the subsequent
iii'mitiaiion of Mr. HaliLurton to i'lat
o lio '.
-. V. Talhii-idge, o! New Yolk,
was nominated. and unanimous con-
f ,. ,1 bv Ihe Semite, to be Governor
.iit.ii ii'ii.i.iii. in
..i.! r : r ea
ei i'iiorv ol v iseonsioii, at
the expiration oftlov. Datv's ur.o--pir
toiPi ot four years.
Il-'si;..' tiies-e. a nmnber ot nomi
nations of collectois, &.'.'.. were act
ed upon, aiid some oonlirme I und
No leport was made on Saturday
!y the conimitleo on foreign re!a
tioiis upon the Pi esident's messngo
..ppea'mg to the House f om the Se
naie on the Texas question. It is
un'eis'ood that a majority of that
commi tee is decidedly opposed 10
any ac'io'ion '.lie subject.
The President and his Cabinet
wev at iho capitol, necessarily wail
be.' the action of the twi) House. , un
til near the lime of adjournment.
We would r-commend farmers to
make tne expf iimcnt of scvvinr; grass
seeds in their corn just after the last
ploughing, it is a good plan to sow
out harrowing it in; but. if not har
rowed, it is very uncertain. Louis
SePate. It suggests that sbvnrs
aioiuii i.e ls.-oeu iy ine pos'.o.i.ge t.cs-
. lit.-. 1 ... 1 . . 1
phi.1! a hijited in
1 l.nglaiiil, vvlic: - stiatpe t letters are
.allowed to be coDveyed !-y anv pc
cop, whether a, rc
mail or r.oi.
xx iMvrict of the)
T!'e -hiig. There lohu-g
'w'eiier on the. borders i f the km
i-ntli a p.'i'p.ii ir r:tK. :
Ii-r,' worth, and urn beiieets tint tin
'a hisj -eiii'.g ofsp'rits frotr: ihe ::ivsta
rious hind riemhes the ear which
bows itself to them On thi; account
the wise and the strong of earth listen
silently like disciples, and piously
like liulc children to the precepts
which arc breathed forth from dviu