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Aurasua Mass* WAsMn..
Some simple ivaemm, is cer
taimly wanted, so s to fl in a vi.
ible masser, the Post marks oc
letters. Is the hasty meaner in
which letters are stamped at the
various oaoes in the country, the
mark, is utterly worthless, to in.
dicate the plae sad date of m.il*
Iag. Thisis always, important. The
mark on the enwvl , is not eate.
quently the only lade as to where
the letst was written-at lek~
here in Lousiaa, whr many per.
eons seem to labor under the I..
prmsslos, that the world ought
to know la what particular place
they live. The largest ha(of the
people seem to think la dating
their letters, that all necessary for
them to do, is to give the name of
the Parish from which they write.
In all euch ares, unless the Post
mark ht be deolphered, it is im.
posible to give an answer. An.
ether thing in this coummodos. Or.
dinary people, have to ss alarming
degree fallen into the ways of re.
markablesgeluses. They will write
b letter iatelligIbly, but when it
come to signiag the mame, they
make seratche, something like the
legp ofa dy, who laisdvertantly fall
into the ink and afterwards crawls
over the paper sad dps hie wings.
If the post mark I legible, by cate
ting out the'sigqatare and paetig
it on th envelope contdailng am
answer, the lecal pot master may
by siident dissever the writer.
Cannoe thise arktsble ag of In.
ventio dhsver sem dsimple prim
ting machie, to go with a handle,
like a de milll , sad stamp lets
Mmnoesa.aa or vss Cnauumw.
The Nbville Patriot hs the Ilow.
i9 modch oft a somewhat rsmarkable
a deqbtd nlated beet.
e dem dw re at Grand
J 4 e Westmn Diutrt. It
is the Q sld.Nv The QuidNuns
has these edikeors-tw fr Douglas
end ome tOr Brsosarl.lge. 6O es
Ms of th pape., edited by Ool. D.
1B. nOly ad Ir. N. . .slu, _nd
besring t ie aes of DoWSe and
Juhnsue, mdeir th hedat NId-a.
tihmal Drmoeiss TloS," is the fl.
lowing p uph:
The etsorL di s phispe p as isep
rate sod dim et'isittiso," is
which >. 0. Adm Iq, ; adressaes
tha ame se hurldg..i Leam.
*Fo rther parte Iqurir wh."
O mother pags, edited ib YMr. S
0. Adams we Sad mhe k
and Lua tIhtS, haded The o
lTae loaml pem oa tiabt,
RAW M =il d Ir-Tk -Uim e of
this paper is a eparate and db'suet
departmeaS, cder, the adlaris onatrl
of D. I. Gaily aid Ir. N. Pfewit,
who adrveate the ase of Douglas
and Joass, ia this PmUdeual
A J ess losU or nfsuor w an
Auusoa.-A mries of burlesque lt
tere, purporting to have eem writ.
te by oe of the Japasee bals.
s.to a frimd at os, anud giing
has prumm In America, are i
Her Is what the Ambasumier
thinke heut ruligions i tbhis comry:
•b Mikadoe do not as in our
-t~lUmY **bet ech o test
whatit k. All the mets te
lieve that thosea o dider bus thim
will be damsd; but thy are pe
-wveted by lw from tlng to apst
thesir fate. This uald dweisa.
se*% Cacts Servy cku sad
is s f tumadom. 8thm
dats swhtoupy ri ., as wil mid
the dllk umdsn.
IO. ageam is ofte the osurse
of ti themspi action, sad the
- - faith; s ie there
rn mess sa femw s e thess who
how- rsit li eu bto ee their
··t# aotwn wiser,
r* eMr ews ageogn
A ala g memr ',, "dI, tl. emugh
hO a aulit opts:gressrn l sle
sed bare, ast erlbrelag eaor fghty
berth Mal emiq I apenpr meaneo, It
ebohes atos lao k usheet : aMe shmr.
as things a we O d thnem; but prospe.
tirely late the ature, to e if we ear,
what may e epeted la the time to emr,
Sa seequeae to what is. We have so
lights t leek aheed,eaept wh Lt eath.
eed bern the peat. rom that, It Is ma
that every oert, to stabileb the dead.
eveloof eq ity monr me, (wheb-dem.
aogees see m s Is the eat true dmem
erus ) has ald I daalng ush blewe ns
the esee f elrvletle,as it des not re
cever bose, is a daigle eage. In vie of
thise hat, It weold bh well to abadea the
Idea of edf.glverment, al there were.
nmemre that a steady progreslos, Is
the order of naton, sad ans e of reason,
meet ome out of IL-- tlim who ol the
members of bhma seelety, will nader
toead their relative ples, sad play their
parts, acerding to Divine appolatment.
It k very evident from the gaaeel ap
persnes of things In thi olataseth o-a.
tury, after Christ, that, that time bas not
yet omem. In the enal giving away of
things, and the lessening of the beads of
soesoty i the epublite, it is plain to per-.
elve thIt the hosr grows specs on us,
whoe all blnlatg reslnst will be at ead,
sad the saguinary time of elvl war,
growlng out of tmlly eads, mal como I
breathing a pestiential breath pesn us.
Dreams, who live la the mlt of masty
boebs st home, have vieios of what so.
olaty ought to be, nad the noew dispe
atioen of this-as yet, fresh and new
world. A anw ealhme of sociology, is
areely eolroalved, o we have the fruits
of it to eooastoed with, sader the tree of
liberty. Sem of he ehem originate
with ; but why t lt beesse we
aves n this medley of populaton, any
meaner of sll to sit the sed o th mere
eaperimentale Ia menial agriuitsure 1
uritlanem, has always Sloerisd Ia the
vicinity of the Modem Atheas. Fourier
srm is a greowlg ole, la the republie;
Womaseu Ightslem Is oo of ar reselisr
lusteItIosa; Sed Sepebllealam, a lsed
INtlautio, sad IMormolism Is skis to the
try of abolitioslem. What is to become
of thhem Is this the halt of the good
te of lI-are thee the legitimies of
soets of Free Seel y, and the prodect of
domearsue govermesat It so, et as not
be misdtaba by mere words, bt prepare
to met what mset weas of them. l the
mob, and t worst element fseey to
rule, Is tsme aesWuad e of the Vill.
lans asmitee I s liberty to hiek of
ths etreI hemes oo the lw, and ran riot
If e, let us hare the ether esame oe the
two evils, a destism absolute, sad or
esditlemsl. All mon a are and equal,
In a very gmled ese. There am inels
of division as the hkuman m ly, that may
not be obliterantd by the peIeril elo
enee of sember. sad the how lig of a
maetley re that lew as his hies, aad
eim to represat ear reatives sad Iend
IN the orter modes of the Usiae. oue
peaultr lnetitutle has ito evils. We
know wt they are, and alone eoal them,
sad are aelee penable r them ; but
fle seelty, besrs st esi, and they are
eneh s polre to the sltimat downll of
MaIusaen or ans eua"s"sa.-The
laws ne a 4Z luw-an true
that has bs armed In relard to the el
tes of ealeaJtosrry , It would
m as if it wee tho dutl oe lret aad
-g-es to Itrlkere, sad even of all
C-C Lgileams to e wht they ma
well iade to preet ijrtios a
eseam. Il seWld thetis Masshabussus
oat oveates temilal firmed by the
menrraprof omalsshere were alea0ty Ire
.Idrsn ; and is Ohio, Is eight hsadoed
sad mveasy-th-rm weaeb ftll, there
were three thousand nino hundred hil.
dies. It would mr that the aveage
sember ofelldere is not dmilalhbed by
sask Ist rmarrIag, the. Mamhauess
--,,, s pinv .lse als halfthidm uto
ea- 8seael F u(ri. Dt oat of thee
laasyre-oeblldmrenf or we ildie,
twelve selooe ad ily tillT-seven s
tolrable eahi; whale In Oho, two thoe
send four eamd end aity o oef three
thusand naie hudred were Iatellessal
ly or phylaly deetive.in Ie ll blliek
:sae of the haidae will be omeor less
vdefe e; wee eseld reeds made,
the propetlo of penYld healthy oeil
dr"n woukld e huebd smeller tan most
magrnle. But forty-br Idiots ou of
_cl-- eolrldrn bs a prop'tio, it res.
u' staetio e Ias eae. ad to 4ami d
sne vireus red. The rweeed sad
In-i•rke of ie a le Idiotle Ial•rm
b th-re anmdbL fither light apon bsle
nin *l eualM of denbs ooudsis,
he ltdm~-hrI wter we-wee idiotse
oahearld o ao senible cuousis ab--o
of the ya, lldter sad edical as.
tsada tou shuM ber aweb bete in mind,
ed erns th ell mearen of their liatelli
ge d ndi neo seImvoetsasch aalss.
Hew M- Tmn v Ieow in,.
The kllowig is rated steerllmiof
h-e- of Iealend: Whn the DeMe ieva
dad OSutlnd, they sled thmelves of
tai e derhnm i of lght to seek the
-setbfvee unawures. In appr#roelg
the setmish burm ueasserved,and marsh
sr uheUae to prveat he tnromp be.
lu- esrd.ea dJ he Dese uted pos a
hrIcht tIea nrd th shrp st of
ap dthe eSett their dne., who
mmiaselly run tehIra asd def-at
ed the ke wJ .sasur. lbs
thitle was usem.-Tfw ared a so.th
ewr. .sv tDasra ah a sdes kUs
A lm s. Jll. T1AM.
Mr Dsaa Goamea :--I s aa sddes of
this Staw, iad live In a rural Distrl]e,
hve road potr letter to the Advocate, and
useoar wish you Ia seentiment. It I th
duty of alI true men to eodams as Party
which coneeale its opinions on great sad
vital political asees; sad as yes have
tnhe up the ase of th sue edea weald
e glad to know your peolse oljections to
It wea the miuston of the Amoerica
Party to combat this dootrmna, beas... it
l'aslsrteod alien asIsgo. They eoates
dod that the Contiataion was iateaded to
protet the people, sand that the "People"
were the native sad adopted cltisen of
the United States, sad could not be ooe
trolled elts r direotly or iudlmetly in per
son, or property hy ainas. Are thee your
sentiments Mr. Ilysme Do you reog
alse the diSerence between Squatter and
Popular boverelgatyl Has overeignty
a local habitation, a well ass na me I In
whom does the Bovreignty dwell in Lou
WIa- l it in the people, or in the offiers
of Goveramoent. if in the people. citison
of the United States, do they looe It, by
removing to a Territory. If they do nout
forfeit their sovreignllty by removal, why
should it not be as potent in a oummon
Territory an In a State I
Do you believe that the people of thia
country are capable of self Goverumeant
If you sewee In the afirmative, will you
please inform me, how they can govern
themralves, if they are diverted of the at
tributes of sovereignty I Do you believe
that s aubject of Great Britain has any
claim to the Sovereignty of an American
citizse, until be has taken the oth of al
legiscel And in conclusion of this braneh
of inquiries, do you believe that the people
lose their sovereignty In impartang it to
their Representatives, or do you kbeleve
that they elothe their eprenentatlves with
their sovereign power, subjeat to be eon
trolled at their will and pleasure.
Frmod rysms--ls there anything supe
rior to sovereignty in the people, if not,
why may it not be eoercised In the Terri
tories, as well as in the States It their
be any auperior, where can It rest, eoxept
In a consolidated Federal Uovornoent, In
aceordesse with the early p'lhitoul pnei-.
ples of your friend James Bachanan.
Friend ilyamu-.Tou speak of anatgo
slams at home-Tou refer disparagingly
to TarflUte--*&ea Bsakites, e. Do you
ttill bold to your old opinions of a Uanltd
Asd. Beak, s advoeeated by you when
yeu woere a Whig'
Have you thrown overbord all year
fermer oplaionn In favor of Henry Clay'
system of protetioe to Amerlean lade..
try 1 As a Demoorat do you reopellate
Oearol Jackson's system of Adie Banks,
whichk wor hie peeullar "pete."
Yes slse make mention of Coneolida
tslto--Do you snt believe that when the
Federal Government attempts to legaelate
cr the people, o aetlnoe anot expressly
-oslerred on Congress, by the Ceaesita
ion, that t i s infringment on tbhe
right of the peeple, sad avsor of oasolb
You, of eorns, have read the ltter of
Gov. Paul 0. ebest; aos of Lout isan's
noblest seas, who has no opinion to con
eal, and is bold In spech as the great
Douglas. i letter, friend Hyamen, one
net be misuederstood, be stateo, that there
ta a "lrrepre.lbse oaflut" as sanuseoed
by Seward ; e ays that the " ase " is
mae u'p, and that wheo the war of wor,d
Is over, and things eome to the worst. t
meat assuredly will happen, let as bo e
that no one will be absent from Bull Cal'.
What the Governor means ie perfh6tly
ler,to-wlt: That Breckinidge and Lane
wifl ad be elected, and that the prinip'es
upon which they were nominsated by the
Southern Delegatee, will not be sustained,
and the reapons.biliies forced upon the
South by them abnegated will be assumed
and he "matter" carried oat in srerst.
that I the dissolution of the Union and
the otebiablmeut of a Soutlern Confed
eray. The principle referred to by Gov.
beert ia the maintoennce of whlichb, he
rasys the "outh has at last come to her
ores, and openly deolared her determi
nation to aopt as a dornir resort, am
embrao in the Platform of the Breckin
ridge and Lea Party ; sad are, that toh
right of eltisena in person and property,
scmsaot he detroyed or Implired by Coo
guesional or Territorial Legislation, and
that it is the duty'of the Federal Goren
ment, in all its departmnont to protect the
right. of persona and prosperity In the
Territoles. Well frend Ilyams, how do
you repond. Are pe like Goa. luebert,
in rsunse. Will you bo preen t t oll.
You are ow the second oficer in the
State, and it I supposed have lanuence In
high quartera--and speek for your Party.
Do you In tbae lsanu e ofthe Baton Bouge
" Demoeoratle Advocate" "'ocho" the ann
timenat of Gov. lebert
Bomlae think it is a war of word. only.
and if premed, that Jobh Slidell will say
Iot i saL there will be a choange in the
For your information I will Inform you,
bha the sdopendoent voters of the rural
Distrits do a4 elm thesetiment of Gov.
lebort. Tbhey re ail for the Union--bthe
Ceoastnutlon-the Sovuroig lght of the
s-ple-the eonovnmment of laws; and
eir standerd eamst In Loelena will
e either Bell or Dousir, a. acirumstna
us ns develop their repective strength
I have the bhoner to e your old Whig
M.Id snd fkear esoilegoe,
P.8. Oeof mry I hborn er to heb
e* Mts that ye ea , Jon Slidell,
ill rmela "mm" dna6 te emvel
AUerUN "Orhsm 3s Saseows
Banes."-The Charesem Xvenlug
Nrwn, of the bth, thue saesems
he apppreJ a d setsa:
Lest em isg and this merula
early we had refreshing showers,
which have cooled the atmosphere,
aad rendered it mreh more plessest.
to the min f today ther were sev.
eral sharp lashes of lightnieg with
aceompenying thunder; all tending to
sliey the ismmeee bees, which we
have latterly eeomplained o, with
great eans. We als khsd at 10
o'clock quite a get of wind, with
havy rein, whihob pav the appear.
Soce ao a &ptenmber day. Our gre
bling at hot weather, however, is
drawlin to a Slose, as we ae by the
tr aboes abthe oity, the ras indies.
eems of the appreeeh of stems, by
the leaves of smoo of them amselmia
a "sickly hbe," while others have
gnoe into "the sere, the yellow."
The groen mrpet of Spring, with its
fraigrl t lowers and budding i.tms,
will hive oon passed way-tshe birds
that sabered in the day with their
morning carol, will be sileet, and the
beuetiful butterfdies that gilded the
fields with hue. of every coer, will
have vanished from their grassy
resorts, never to return.
With the celmerles, chilly time
of autumn, when the forest becoune
a desert, the garden an unplauted
field, man's fellinlg sympathise.
Everything around Ilir seems
ghloomy, his mind is dull, his elati.
city is least ; in fact, he iw changod
in all things, and his only happi.
nese is in watching the approach
of the next spring time. And what
a pleasure te to witness the open
ing hads upon the treese where all
was dead, and the shooting graas
from out the earth where nil before
was barren. To the Christian, how
delightful most the thought Iwr,
that kindred, f;iends and all, who,
like the leaves and Bowers, nmsy
have been dead t,, him foIr a while,
yet they will bourt cnut at their
proper season in all tile loneliness
he lhad once een them and caress
Esoouesoa vone own PonPL-.
There is nothing which teade so such
to the properity of ny State, eoussy
or town, a the reenseogtis of the
principles of depesdesm ee seh
deises spoe the emmusity which
he live. We re all mutually dep
dent upea emb ether to soes etsent.
It is ga3ermlly consideed humili.tag
for us to admit we em dspendent up.
on one sother. for saythlgL; eut
this is file pride, nad is is et true
that any men e oe ldepedeas of
his fellow man, whee toake is its
broades semas. The farmer is
des of his fellow citimse c ie
other pursuits, for a market for the
products of his farm. The mrerhant
is dependent upso the faier, the
professink l men, Ae, for estomers
to esemue the erides ie which he
deals. The prehfssrloa man i do.
pendent upoe ell elem of the em.
smuity for the bels by whi e he
na hL livg. The *ehea the
arless, as., are ab dependent upes
e c other and the other memhr of
the body politic for a support, s it is
of them they receive emlotmeut.
These feets being true, it nom the
duty of all good eitisem to ooesuerpg
our own hous people by buypig all
the nssemmries of life and the luu.
rims asimo, if they indulge ia them, a
far as possible, at bus ? We think
thim a star proposition, admitting of
no doubt. Let as enecourge ench
other in our bumism persuits ci ncme
in preferewse to olag abred tad en
nsrsldng them with whoe we her
but little, if any iatrest in commeo.
This prIineiple will apply, we thiak
with equal fore to ail th eitises of
our State, uas well s our perih sd
S sexrnsas, A LAWIr. - T-he
works of William ShLkapeare con
tain a remarkabl quantity of law
terma,whes saigni6otion are natalr
ally unknUown to the generality of
reanders. Some of the admirers of
the great dramatist may aert that
the nativersality of hie genius en
abled him to acquire a niore pro
foundl knwledge of a greater varie
ty of ulejeyts than ever yet meems
to have Ibeen poeseeed by the sime
individual. To attempt to account
f,,r the frequent occurretie and
correct 1se of law terms in Shaklo
peare's works, by attributing to
him uoiversal knowledge of a varie
ty of nsubjectn in not Msatifactory i
fer Shskapeare's knowledge, it is
generally admitted. was mcsre in
toitive than acquired. His works
cmntain psnuse. displaying not
merely a knowledge of the princi
ple. and practioe of the law of real
property, tnt also of the onmnm
law, and of the criminal law, and a
thorough intimacy with the exact
letter of the stratte law.-Le RE
SPuasion, is a ees observer,
but a weuheid resaeer.
te Js iare O reao.vAroOav .
q ale la te tIhe tse 0algt.b-L-.s.
heet espelmm emseass ebse e
L evp ber".a "M Man tn
Ww - deeb -e seIO iwes.
1a s e lr e rd aM selsS. me. ak
*rwo kb e. 4be dqm bs u ame s
Ire sae bet bsew.ma r ar,
aee dam u buae. eo li M, pP eed
UBo rse *.bs *M e r *...W Pi
1lw See la r mea o tasie la
Tow sd.hesh ". Sideed as Mlst
Dasriseiwo Iloueuo Arratma.
From a variety of causes nothing is
more common thean to And Ameri
can women wt o have not the light.
eat idea of household duties.
A writer thus alludes to the sub.
j.ct : In this negrlect eaf heoonh'ld
cares, Anw riLcanl I le stieed alone.
A German lady, no matter hew lut
ty her rank, never forgets that dºº
mestic lbors conduce to the health
af the Ibody and mind alike. An
English iedy, whether she be only a
gensleman'i wifse r a dike's, does
not despise the housenold and even
though she has a hoasekeeper, deo
vots a portion of her time to this,.
her hesppiest sphere. It is reserv
ed for our republican lets ladies to
be tiore c Il co than their unltar
chial and aristocratic sisters. The
renlc is a lassitude ofr ind doten
as fatal to health as the neglect of
ly eerie. The wie hoewfwhol feaves
her househrtionld care to the servants
pays the penalty which has bIeen a
fied to idlenessl, wilts away froto
nialor ia drivetor int all sorts of
fahionable follies to Luad employ
nt furto her s te t oind.
Tna Taunr wair JAPAN.--The
treaty of amity Thed comi ere with
Japanr was oeially pblished on the
26th. One of the aretcles provides
that the President when requested by
the Japanese overnment, will set a
a fied toly mediator ilts s matters
of dilser ee as mar y ari betw een
the Government of Japsa and asi
A BaUTAL jEP3siaMiNT.-A
herties fellow eeblibed threw his
th. nto the rapid at Niaprtoside
of it weuld bill him to go over the
thls. The deog ws found below e-.
ljered, and is joet as fetd of his
mester as before.
SW I. lierature sad is lee, we
r feriendly mesia is bed tsts. By
o dernes and bservaties we bees..
sseible to the ebarme of the simple
sad .sFosetd, both I. belles mnd -
r An infernal machine, ealled
the trifuthe gapl dn, is o exhibition
at Columbud, Ohio, which will throw
v The hundred blls a wrinte. wih the
ee or a ordinary rije. without tle
aid of powder or cap, by merely turn
fo .-On the end instant at v
i.. the tmInesreer is n Bedstrnp, a.
stood at 106 degrees in the shade.
At the same heur on the fe.ur nsu
ceeding days it stood at 102 de
A Cuour s d, her-A ehise of
Avoye..es perieh by the name of J.
the Le oise i, died n the 2 of thin
month at the ase of 80 ye-ra. He
st Cproby, Oumieng 170, nill thdra
hise hilndre ad ha ilsrens e drh the.
nois, alreadinary reeived t Washing,
t on pomdiate.r or ctp, tal pmplation
if that Stat e to be 1,ill.00,000
SThe reO therities of Ciase lai
re very propery arresting allhe omai.
wards the u Ir on tim rhorse
A Cuanur FMAor.--A Vrse.-iia
tesn;t Alexanderih by thDrake, of t.
Sesond Infantry, died onvi ,hed 2y court
'month e. dinies fro the service of 80 m H
from sealtence b Proa. Ientd Bchanan, l
who qmey he ri ceed, inagel thud:
The satene of se rcourt martmial is
from arrest, and he has resmt hi,,s
Oa erSALy Orrmt ag lT.l
A driNEAT feoetaged eides with e
stable ste the ho eas
lA Coesonta Imrl Vrree.--i es .
of the PAner, sad will be esed *ithe
J. C. Intdiat.es she wh d er eobe
asgrtil of 4oodawt ubecomng S4dw
" .to Ia. bmi e*l from the reni.e ,e .
from entwrne by P rezi.ent Bucblnr .
weho qdawe tseir the.:
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4o.em as c~al Cr.."w..
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Ion t5.0 by ALM&IMhl1, hitla £ Ce.
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CIAKl ASSID MVSSSs.
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