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UlOl- & HiRKAY, Editors.
" Salss rorcu, tera.x lxx uto. "
A. J. PICKETS. Tufclisber
LOWUNG-GREEN, PIKE COUNT V, MO., SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1845.
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T-51B 15 A XXH K.
From the correspondent of the Mol
Later from Mexico.
We are indebted to the kindness
RennWiran. tv learn that the trial of. oi the editors oi the Kevcille, lor the
the supposed murderers of the Smiths j proof sheet uf the following extra
. CHEERING NEWS FROM ? WM n.ecre.in at Carlhace, in Han-j from the New Cleans licav
Aa' cuck county, 111. From accounts pe ; the evening of ti'.e 23J. The only
So far as a determination on the part j;iry aR(j suborna,;on of perjury, is "all.-py received was by the Reveile.
of the people of Texas 4 anu8X llie- ,he go there, one witness having nc- h is later than the i.ews given hv us
'seUesMthe United States, evinced by knowIc,i;ed that ie w, to get $500 yeterJ.iv, and confirms the suspicion
' public meetings, letter writers, and the Mi,rn.ons on(J S00 from Gov. heretofore enlertr.int d, that President
newspapers of lhal repulhcgo this ques- Ford for (cslifyipg VVe reccivc these Jun has lcen abolil,g , Jcfeal .
tion luay be considered seltlea as w,,h rep0rls J-h many grains ot allowance.; anifxalil,n of TfXaj lo t!,e UniuJ
the bond of fate. A letter from 7 . J States. What effect these proceed.
re.t.aof the 61I1 of May, uses this Ian-. S3-TI. Musonn Jourral speaks, . 1
, rrv favorably of the merits ol the , "its of the Mexican Congress may
a - ,. . .
"There n now no Ci isr.-n
ubiect. Texas will accept the terms.
The present army of Mexico, is
laid to consist of 21,003 officers and
no less than 2Q.C00 men!
San'a Anr.a was sti!! confined in
ttie Castle of Perot, Lot no doubt
was entertained that he would soon
be liberated, if he is not already free
to depart at pleasure. The impress
ion that lie will again be retained
in power is bocomirg to I e generally
sustained, and many. think that this
will take place Lcl'ore the expiration
of six inrinth.
Th -li temrnt befoie tts ccconnis
for iiieV.yslcrii;itS eppr-arnnce of the
.'elan-pages in our waters' t,s we
suppose lli'S is the vers-l alluded t
upon ,U, ! Bulling Green Acndemv, nn1er the su- have t:pun the Tear.s, lemains, tojinthe foilowin extr. ci :
etc. We do not lelicve they
.d that promptly; and on the 1st M..n-j From some strange oversight on oar;w;.. r,rcvfrii annexation, but they
KnniKing parr, wc licgiecicu 10 nouce me c.u.u
djy in December she will be
-. tint door of Cuncress with
tors and two Representatives with a
good Constitution in their hands.'
The Now Orleans papers annource
Vera Cruz heard of Jit nor Canedo's
It . .1 1.1 I
me cAj.11- . , , 1 ri...:.i.. iiepai lure, uiey chartered a scnooncr
two Sena-.;.,;., .1:. Appiuv. to honorable'. .:. ' ,. . , . ! for Nc w Orlran s. which sailed on the
10th inst. the loilowii.g evcjiing
we came up with and passed, about
From the Je&raon Inquirer.
The "Era" thus ushers in the low
wit of the New rk .Mirror:
Gov. Dorr and Gov. PoRf.tssr.
We sincerely hope that soma pen,
qualified for the task, will soon un
dertake the comedy, the fine materi
als of "which are thus suggested by
the New York Mirror.
We have always si."pp'"sed that
the great events of Mr. Dorr's life
wouQ'be transmitted to posterity in
dramatic liteiature. No enneefd
series of events in this count! v has
j throw n together . a wcher profusion
!i f mati-i in's for cnmih'. The Dnrr
'When the English mcrihants ati"iete!!ii.-.:i,"" soken of" in language
:to Mr. Hu'.bard as an instructor vt
'vouth. Few individuals possess in a
Joi.es, and his cabinet, defer action
until a period later than that fixed by
more eminent degree the faculty of im
I ti.e joint resolutions. In that event 8 o'cin-k a vessel very much like her,
..-. , If. I IIJl'l C ClJUIICUt 111 lilt. V iw-'ii'I w ..." .,1 .
Ae arrival of Mainr Dnelson and tio. I " .,., , we s uvse i exas cannot be annex-
. . j x..-
States brig Somers,
Vel .fro.-n TcMsl'avms Ufl the sccre- jedunti! further m
. .. . . r then Mr Hubbard; and those of our citi-
of thou i.?W .ro: , ,wve cLiMrca tQ eJuca.e ca. gress.-Mo. Re,
feelings of dehcey toward, Lr,. I.-. to the The United S
I,.t.t., 1, ... lr
.1 . charge of Mr. Hubbard. The healthy i
t;i s-v that p , . , 1, , (CriiZ.
1 r-1'I..n nrrl flnn societr L'l 15uv!in!r . 1 r .1. n-
t,,r,:,mlr; birue to lie L. Mates "" - ".' ' . 0 A gcnueuian, i,saj ii.e 1 icnjune.;
4 w m - ... HJ.dti.ii.nl imt.ttnmftf.Ta lil I . . I : J . . 1 1 1 " . I 1 -.- . 1.
where 11 war was renresentca u
.ton and President Junes
It is scarcely nrccsviry
standiflg upon the same course wiili
In regard to the American squad
ron at Vera Cruz, we linve the fol
4Tl e ai rival of our srim dron nt
Vera Cruj;, created a great excite
ment, and also in lliti citv of Mexico.
,, tireen. ere aauiuoiiai inuuccmcius u lu lias l.nd us under inanv 00I1
. eMer sc.;u!.is at whs institution. u.ns l.eretolore, i:as lui nis.-icil us wita cm sist il twet.tv-one su.il ot men l seating tne speaker on a vacant lore; trappincs,- tor whKh thev are dtstin
i I authentic abstract ot t!ie Mexii'.an I w .r. Tim i:npnpc!ed nresence ofi t!;i rlpiL nt hi fret on n ni!e of cuisl'.ed. Oh. the mil'.inn. lli mT?-
e r-ei:5 cs 1.1.. IXCEMMAKltS. Ii.pvis u) lo the 10. I lil.t. It ui lie 1 . c-.inlnin .n. no dot; lit. a saluta-
far siaester purp-jses, that Tez w
cever accctd ta any terms f inn.exa
tion s. o 1
to be utterly false, the pro;.:eu i.iai j j
. 1 v 1. 1 . , n ...I,... i.illd 1 .
itepnuitc line jji'iHi-u in 1 maao
language upon thi point I hey s-. y i '
suilahln to its conseo!iences, would
have he en pronounced a disorderly
proceeding; connected with party,
it became a civil war. The i-.iig-nificence
of the language narrating
the events cotemporaneous'y with
iheir occurrence contrasted with
tl:a littleness of the events them
selves present a snes ol t':e dro!!
et nbsnrdilies. The ri- h details,
ejihemeral as newspaper paragraphs
are, are raputly passing.
" A LIVE SKULL.
In exhuming the bones ol a Mar
shal lately, who was a comrade of
.Mauret, and whose family now wish
ed to-transfer his remains to ctfbther
cemetry, the skull suddenly became
violently agitated, and from one of
; eyes shown a bright glean, offi.
rey light! The diggers fled in all di
rections, but the superintendent
went to the spot, and discovered that
an enormous snake had ceiled itself
m the comfortable hollow of the brain
and looked cat of his left eye ns cut
of n wir.dew. An afgnmer.t put in
to the !d soldier's ear drots the
thing out of his head, end the skull
was once more deposited where it
might give o'er its -nid, cid, nod
ding." - . . . -
C3The main difficulty at (ba
prtsent day is that our books are not
written for the "common people,"
but exclusively for scholars, philoso
phers, end statesmen. U. S Jour-!
It is a very great pity that the
American people should not be able
l.ta live-; to cet'riJ of the enormous exnetue
ly picture of the General still Jives. J which they pnt themselves to in the
We still fancifully organize a grave; mere foppery of dress, when there
legislative body in cn iron fout.dry are so many other things, bes:des
their prim t; rneetr
colilir.r.i rf t'.:c
:s, -! iJ-rc vj
that the tt r:
r.vo attempts have recently been' sc.. n th tl l!ie iute'iigencc ju LliIn-ii ry inlhience, and possibly might have
lo to fire the citv of St. Louis. ' f xcIumvc y in the Picayt.-ne f Wed-: caused tlio mission, so privately it
tennincJ t:pon,m ti. c Lnited atates.
j-.efday las: that C.ipt. lillio't, the
Tax-.g tnt Mc-tv.-The N. York 15 '!i'rS to vx ,s (w," lefl
: G..!vcslo! soi:e weeks miic-, as he
if- j Lrgil-ttirc have resolved to accept the ;
fero - the si in Bra a' hi'.! are gojtc- j ''tale's jaata f land fund, viz: $84,000. i
j The steam boat "ro.ir, be'ong-
. . . . t - ,r..,j i'i iow.c .moarur company, arnveu
ii j'igh; and liereiHer, if a?y object 'on
mA1 le discavcr.:'. tis.:t ttit-y wim
said, !'r Chnrlfstori.) had in .act gone
w ill be seen
that li.e Texan gov en. men! ha l sent
A BEAUTIFUL SENTIMENT.
M.xco.-s c.n'irmcd.'" hi", "However dark nn:l diicccs.late I did not-oo!r-ntj a',.r-e -Ul,
ti, a!0, th;.t our .tatc.ett i t! " of .1,,e n,? 6rerm. 10 n men were rot shin. We see ag
sand, recording the proceedings on a lions we spend, not for good substan
pair of superannuated Le lows the tia! graceful gaiments suited to our
members each us'ng a moulding form : condition, country, and means, but
for a desk and the many-headed !ob- some foreign trumpery or finery, or
bv looking on from the coal room. ' things oulrn, inappropriate, rmdout
We have a vivid recollection of the ' of proportion, which happens to be
adair at the arsenal, where the gun fashionall in countries totally di
niir.itv t'f tl;e:r co'ii.'rv:i:e
How ou!J it be ot'o r i
.fcri l axon's, along w;t!t L'apt. V.
t.i icr'irv I-,,u' a "cw diy since from he'0ti, to l.uiter the Texan people for a
I' -T. . r . f I . ' ..llnn . . I it. (.. i .
IT . r 111 I CkJ .HOUr.lal .. IVilllll'.iai lii.i,iiiii".i n j'Vill.
ienco I V .Mei ic, u also
ai d-that the account we
m:;n, there ii an hour of deep and
iir.d's'urhed reposi nt hand, when
the body n.ay sink into a dreamlev
sluiiiber. I.'t not the imagination
,l- I i i i -ft: .: - . I I - -
i A c , I n T i: i h. i-.i r i nrr i ll n
Ctmlir.iie.!;: ' , . " r
.o matter nere ttie pvor
. j iSt C 'r;.: I:
.! vasi!l..e v, h;i ha
.s.-.f ' " "-'.' "v . ittsU mif.is-e woi.U be abeve low
vm w aa lis papers, in wci aucr uemg ..rl;cie. ai ti.e prtsmc; ol Car l.
El.-.ae c..:i s-jm ler. is a j r pji.i')'
the f.l! ciinf. !e:.-e f In . U. i-y as a
iter and e i-nj i d of the miry snv-reigtii.i-.stli.it
n;i-e the cin.V.!cra-y.
The lv5:h t-f this inotita, th :t ly "!''"' i
y,.lt President J .ties has t-!It I t.yoili- J
Wc make a literal I ri;.c ri jiti .ji ol
r::k' .! tl I
1 r . .. t. 1. .l I .. RT. f-! M. nr 1-nn (I...: I ........ I. ., -
w ho ha, we I. led l.c'e f an J l.t-r l.r-1 t , , 1
... hired rrees cf manuscript, an at- a hu.ted.
irf,:.. av .-.-s it.ii revoiuiioii t -- .i
41 ' J wmn w! he male to brand General v c ma'ii
r ! t...i. ,t.. -t,i-- ..:,.i. ,,. .-t-1 sti:li por:i.ms of thf at struct furtiish-
. . . JtUA.1.!! "I.ll III" WilfiV "iu-ii iv, ...
M. i.li i.r c.i.'ir - ' , , ., ., i i
t . 1 en i -.it-i'tr itrtt. !!ip vhnlili'Pr!
ii i.i.i'a.:. i'V.t'1 ". ,. . , , si rir.J
..Ir.Usy,:-coaii;iuTian.i uarga.n. , .,.;.,-. .v
Uho.iH believe the base charge- ..
. . . -
er of ferent frcm our own.' f!b.
envovs to Tnmmartr. bin ult'i r.-.i-h , C-- liiecOMMOjJ PEOPLE!
ty missions. That swerd is still he- i strange thing is this which we call
r..r i,. I.Avr,n,t nit. nr,l nhnm -' civilization t Where should we find
wc feel an
in ii. f a mr.i
... V. . ..... . .... j. ,
Hon of t. hepa-.ttct.
Peyond nil, and ahov .nil. ' c,v""-;",on 1 " soouta we una
l in'cnse sympathetic thrill !lhe rv.Vhcltilds; the Girards; the As-pla'tin-
nin the evacui-i ,ors5 the !our End Cve srrT gB
1 ! w " ' J " . ! - i f ... ...m. ... r-.n.Anl
,: c '"' "! RACE. U.iHhat the account we likewise ". ' ' 1 . "r ' "VJ H ""-"M uon 0f ('hepa-.het. . :.r.. ..;ar.. uoi s; me p.riiuia mw
froTnthe ssme w-.r-hi; ir-g the J F.!.ion beat Jaimettian on the Union published of S. nor Canndis minion a matter nere ttie poor j 0jr pacs wi-h this rr.i-! n'-'r't. pa,t,es; l" S"2eou -uniiUire;
.rneC.ad . r.'ertait,;,:: the r ' cotr,fi tBl!:e 17lh u!t. iLtl.e United States wt:, ,kewiss rem,.rs,fa runnmny ,e uerepse nifa the p-poto of ." ""
.-;,!... t',.t,-e the sver.i.M i-vi Wet. Ashbe. S.nith deceived all ''j f ' V u'lis " rhf ,.7 ! shewing ti e grovelling b!rJwt, t:a labor cf tb9
. , a.nt..r ve .. . . c of .,Ju w ; wh, nv in w?,Ht to!J ful I:. m o heaves r.o more, the tear. fopu4rerij-ht, a?e Tttded bv ,,n:e ,0.,h S mefu.ly
... ,he r,r, 1 r..e ,er, t . , . . w; ,,lor!,v pub!is!i ' .I,-,,, as ,.. ln- . Uect of Irs leafing l!P.'n. , Tl P -rtiSof our public pre,,. It be-1 TtZZ , W
rr Tia-i - t. ::sT-i,;' ; ti ...i in: t r. it . ' ; ... , ,. ac i iii be d at revt and U.c stc r.iiv . ., i . 1 i create wealth, and who allow tnem-
Z, t c,--e V..,,t vih r,;iJ-'i.y of Henry Clay. After, as 1 cx M a c .1 g " va,,; ,Tea. thly uihuhui, n pass un-j Mr' U !!!' fi" "".v " a P ll" selves to be looted with cold indif-
" ; , t,,ctne.uthor .ay,, havicgpel,t th l"t CX?;!i ,mi .r a lVlovcr the p! ,ce of gr, ves cal. . ?"W , P"-"' as i ference if not ab.c,l9 coaterrjplf by
i l.vv-r i- o x? ::": s-ir ,i!C! . .. ... .iircrlut we were iluninin ihat a j . . 1 . Jn nrh sneritnen ol falsilled stnte-T . . f, -
- I . I . I" A 1 J
over the very b.Tsom of the dead, not 1 mrnls' uera. ,..m j :!ieir Uves!-rih.
VCU IJIir. HIT. IT IN 3 1...H ttnuru
f'cd ns cs may interest ihe public, as
,. ' si rir.L? otir l e idei s it. at l!ie lii"St im-
L'tiintt Gen. Jackson? The American j "Trrc bill i ll owirg the Minister ol
people upon all oceaiions have hissed j ,!.-gu Aifii: s-t!.e power to negoti
iff i.i-i.p5::r,e u treaiv wim """' "";-
e .ii r
i iii p oi ii ip s.cp .en iirnr i k si:i! ii 01 :
.tirrin trLra t. or reand to the s0,,:e P.r-' VQ.ry
n ( - 1 :
i t liding shouts o victory
'I low ouiet those countless mil
ions ilumlii'r in the arms of their mo
ther earth! The Voice of thunder
shall hot awaken them; the loud cry
of tic dements he winds the
wave1 nor ev
but!.:- r.o.vrie-;rnTrvnc,IIT rip titt- tcntir.n
f 1 I? J I lUli.llWWIi W4 AA " ,
tv uas ueeti ncraeven ov i is lamuiu
letters from England
rank with ndula
When I see leaves drop from tho
trees in the beginnidg of autumn, just
--. c.nntnn.. i trees in tne n
.!. uiiu -t ....... . , :.-,. t- , : r.
of her nobil ty and gentry. In spite sucr imna i, is i,.e .r..u.:i.P oi in.
of his gross 'fluiterV and toadyism wr!d. WIii!o "? of ""tam-
bfi took no rank amor.rr the writers nce lns,s my menu. ui n .
.en the piant fead of,' England, while he gained the con-
bundance but in ti e winter of need
He is a hap-
i ii.p .in rr to scorn
c f ."1- "l t 7. I . ..... ,l.-t ctid I
.. . . , i ' ni ri .11 rr. nil I fii '.-.t. ...... , , i i . ni iin ui i uuiui.ii .1111.it
J.ekson wa cnitiy, ana .nr. viay mu : - -, T , in way. me last areai taiuc u.u' otr ,, - .
sumatci nc of the ost .t!va.taeo,. j f f ... J sh.i.l te annexed t , the Unit-. - f Ion him. and he wa, then ft 5n?rpfr, We CPpy from tIle N; 0.
a, we'.U, cmxeaaable desisiu of the ' " " ' r Stales pac.l the Mox.cr.n .loine - nn.luP o! small paragraphs a rctauer ot nd Trt, ' ,he ,atMt newa f,
:. it., if. , -!,c,m? into cms- i1"'? "l Leen 'incomn.R .... , ,. , st,.av,., on the j. tnst., i.y a , ,.,.,,., For! orr.-oui jests, ana poetry gr.naer j - ; h the comn.ents
.f:' ,.-" PvtP11'""" mrcl lKem fjce to UCC: ivoteol 41 to I3i.ga;nst ,,, alter a lrilinru.u sIl:lll anJ t!ie , r some of the hundred end one lit-j Tj ,,.-. of rres;jent Jones
-i...c i .at i..,...-, ... , ,;i vi.-,t-,i iiv rrrc and ...,.rmv i phate ti three uavs. it . . . ,. . erarv r.aner? ol our eastern ri ties irr. - .,n.it;ii;, -
4 ' - ' w . - ,.i t UCa'J bliail IIC.ll HI- KOICV.
boundaries shalt be wished by the v. ;A
of the Atlantic and Picific. Texas f
itself, contains territory enough for art
empire, and iti the spread -fine princi
ples trie Rio Grand cannot be the b.t:r.-
ery. California and that vast reii .n ot I
. I - I L . . A
dcbilitv. or calmly sleeping in a grave : was mime U.ateiy sen i 10 u.e o-.i.. o,
watered bv a nation, tears they .end l.e it ws Lel.eved .t viuia Oe
, i j!:ncurred in unatiiinousiy. Arepoit
i':rui lion liii.iinuu. -taiiuci. ---.-.
" " ' it, ,t i-fT.-ci reached Vera Cruz some
arms may seek to tarni-di the fame of , (I;.vs le( j s:1ie.l, but the last mail,
.me whom they feared while alive, and J (.r x e jg,;, int., brought no conlir
arj. u.Uu-....... f!l;a.ed when dead. Prudence might teach m:ltin of it.
country ly.ng between tn. G- f o Jo the ,lJcaJ v t KNinUt Bn?lish Charge to
Mex.c, and the Western Ocean, vwd ) Jck f;l , to lhe Ct!y , f Mco
aid in furnishing an area over wi.icli ' . , , .,. .. ,n, .. r. r.i ureti, accompanied by a Mr.
; .t i. i-
. . 'c . i ... i .,,. iiicv leave me iiattcti.
the earihiiuakc shall be able t ciuse I , !..-- 1 nv man that has a true friend at his
i ... i i . .tvciiu. ik.tui uiui: noiiir, nc --iiiuitt. tit.-, t .... .11
1;,, '"'i"!!. "Ie '.n 10 c ,an,b?r ' edn brutal attack on the r.rp-t!ari need-but he i more truly happy
eatn. ihev shall rest ana pass .. f..i.i: ...u...u .' .-.! that has no r.reJ o! his tiuncUhip..
He not Ions tince became editor o.rinr- - c-mwi,-t ;-mi'ar. if tb
the New York Mirror, and now he j co;.:e(.,u. - j,e true th .1 h!i proposi
has turned p. . meal! wrh how mi.ch!,. .Jntr.i-tl,. hrwtilitv tnnnner.
the genius of liberty may preside. This
measure, cn the part cf Texas, would
annihilate furevcr every hope which
England in her giant itridcs for con
quest and dominion might entertain lor
u.laining another foothold upon the
western continent it would extend the
area of freedom add perhaps five new-
States to the Confederacy and prolec-
lion to our Sonthern frontier
We congratulate our readers upon the
cl irious result of this great measure
To Major Donelson, our Charge to that
republic, much credit diould be award
ed for the ability and industry which he
- has evinced throughout this transaction
The best thanks of the f; iend, of this
measure are due Gea. Houston, for the
.nn friinU wlu w ill revere and
de'cr.d his memory.
! Smith, secret agent trom the Govern
imnni of Texas. They arrived from
-W-rpf-rmir readers to lste and .G.dveslon on the lltli of Apr.!,' in
intcrestinz news from
found in another column. There can
now be no doubt of President Jones bav
in? been recently negotiating with the.
Mexican authorities about the recogni
tion of the Texan independence, provi
ded she would refuse to be nnnex-td to :
the U. States; but a full account w ill be
Mexico, to be Uhe Erit sh friptc Kurydicc. Ho
had returned 10 cm wi
waiting the action i f the Senate up
on this bill when Galveston with it,
i in the same vessel. .
"Upon the 21 ti this rnontn, .cnor
ineilo. formerly a member of the
1 o r. Oi It,, formerly
Mexican Congress, tooK passage irom
Vera Cruz in the -American barque
Eugene, for New YoaU, upon a ui
',.rni; mission from the Govern
nt ol Mexico to that ol the V nitcu
n'.:- . I - . r ,n,i,
rj-The Missourian, conducted by
. m -.
J. H.Ticc, is upon our table. fi
k-wtv elance at its editorials, we are
interest anU zeal u.spiayeu uy . a. ... thebu,
urging forward the final consumation of gralihed in Myin& f-rmerlv
. fa . . i. J iprnesa and acerbity which formerly
iheafiuir. Uut we Cave no space jor, . , ... i. u.... Jron-.
iCUIIUS biiccu.a -.- ---r
. ? i
i-i i .t j . -i p ,i, characteriscu u. -.- -r--- -
an, . thing like a lengthy detail of d. , dM BOch
rumor, upon the subject of the negotia-, ' P J .fc w wcl.
tion. We hone lo announce the result , step, anu in r
e hope lo announce the result,-- ' . . . :......!, .ml
.. :,!. - ... .:' . come the advent oi m- ..-v.... -
it may prove a valuable auxilliary
ihc desemiimtion of Democratic pnn-
inose who desire jiny inf. rmation j . -ej
U :rfTn7s From tlPar7 we learn
n ebb, Independence Mpnn" inclosing. ".'' " , 'troops.
h is thorght by n great many, i.mi
ernmcnt cannot sits-
tain itself much longer, and tho idea
... ,i0,.l:r'.n.' waraitainst tne uni
.- Sntc has been abandoned by all
sensible men. Congress, to be sure,
f. Massed a bill to taise $3,000,000
to prepare for a war out to taik
IrLJ hut we are informed that the
' ; mettv cenoial that the mo
IS tc obtned, and that ,t
wa", not designed mr was p
. .. ...n,.A not ventuie, under cx
nsuiv M--t in.
: ..I'l.iiri s. .it. v. v
irirum'"" . . , r
It w:.s observed that a certain
covt teocs rich man never invited
anv one to dine with him. "I'll lay
a wager," saij a wa?, I get nn invita
tion Irom him.'' The wager being
ccepted, he ges next uay to the
rich mail's house, about the time he
was known to sit uown to dinner,
and tells the servant that he must
then speak with Ins master, lor that
ie could save bun a thousand pounus.
Sir,' s.iid the servant to bis master,
here is a man in a great hurry wisn-
ing to speak ith you, who says he
c.:m save vou a thousand pounds."
Out came the master what is that
you say sir that you can sa'e me a
thousand pounds!' "Yes sir, I can
but 1 see you ore at amner; i win
go myself and call again.;' 'O, pray
sir come in and dine with me.' "I
brill be troublesome." "Aot at
all." The invitation was accepted.
As soon a, dinner was over, "wen
sir," said the man of the house, "now
to cur business. 1'rny ie. mo a now
how. am to save a thousand pounds."
Whv, sir," said the other, i near
I . stiunrt-A lf in
vou nave a uaug.n--i .
marriage.'. "I have." "And that
you intend to portion her with ten
U..iml rounds." "I do- SO.1
"Why, then, sir, let me have her, and
1 will tako ner wuu um- i.iw
ti.- mn.tpr of the house rose up m a
passion and turned him out of doors
in a hurry..
The coin that i, most current
-.-.-. mnnkind. is flattery the only
benefit of which is, that by bearing
what we are not, we may oa .u.i.uv
tod in w9l w luSr,t t0
ability nn.l honesty tacjoregoing ex-; ;n Tf, he nareofthe
tract will declare! !rropsition is not stated, and from
The "profi s.oa of material:; for; heecM fur a war Rrant jt i, prob.v
Ins comedy," are, we suppose, wide- j L, . tht .,, Mexican Government
Iv scattered by recent events in j ...;shej ,0 pregfnt to the Congress
Rhode Island, and tho last act of the i , ,(l,r' ,rv. nr rprf,i7.,nrT the in-
piay would present rather a tragic j jependenoo of Texas or commencing
conclusion lor his M.;g aiioicnciwar ;ast lh rjR:le.i States.
The late election in that Stat inusl : Th we-ali--SJ 0f th0 Government
make his "intense sympathetic thrill ; js s)OVfJ) -m it, contuct towarj3 s3n.
partake of an ague; and wc cannot u Anna nJ fjonalizo. -Those'men
well imagine how ho wou d niana2e;re (J b; pcrmilej to escape pun
those actors tn the drama to vhom i is'ament, for self-expatriation is but
Mr. Polk, with the snnction of the j .h ;niator'y 8tep to the restoration
American people, has given the most ;of SanU Anna's power. If Mssico
resp.nsible federal cfhoeg m the' . ,jh - n votvd in difricu'-
State. - j tjCS) ie W0UJ unquestionably avail
Mr. Willi, hascleriy Tt'st;,kerl ; himself thereof, to regain hi, former
his calling Sweet souhding W'lsj. jsn-i Reporter,
girlish sentiment, prize tales, and cn i ;
'.ff't.:, --- !.- I JiOnti -nilltnr- thrit nnstv tObftCCrt'
tniues on piciurps ui iiiiuh,.iic ii . h- i i", - ,,, t-
raw materials of his literary tibrics. cn the floor, Josh, or 1 II whip ye.
He should stick to them, and until 'La mother, why aon t you s.jeak
u- k-i,-.,r..tr.nn,t i!-nature nropeily. You should have saiu
olrur reuublican institutions, ondi'ccaso ejecting that offensive sa.vta
r . . . , i
the sympathies ot our ppop.e, ue
should forever eschew politics.
' 'ABSENCE OF MIND.
A gentleman who took his lady to
ride, on retucn put his wife in the
barn, and rarried his horse to bed;
.. . - . i :..!. ...n
he did not und out ms un-i-n.-- unm
be awoke in the night.attemntmg to
arouse hi. wife, telling her. her nails
had not ben cut for a twelvemonth.
An Irish paper says: ' At present
the Scotch poor are not fed; they ex
ist on the recollection of what they
ate in former years
of tho Vi'ginii weed, t!pn tha
pronirnd'y or I shall administer to
yoa.aa-vere castigation. Thai ij
"Thomas, I fettr you are forgetting
me," sniJ. a bright-eyed girl to her
sweet-henrt. the other day.
"Yes, Isabella, I have been for
getting you these two year.."
The loot of a Chinese female, from
the heel to the great toe, is only fo jr
inches long. Thcro ore ifltne ri?
nrocs ia this pb.ee whose hesls alon i
sre near a foot. Boonsboro (Md.
One dollar. l ol,tiDy 7