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LEG1SLATUKK OF MISSOURI;
Jefferson City, Nov. 21
Yesterday, ia the Senate, Mr. Lucas pre
T lf K 11 "V r l? ti i STEAMEll MARIA SUNK. The SU
it r. ..e .t.. r tl,r 07th
-learns from the Era of the morning of the
same ..'ay, that the steamer "Sultana had
tii., int. the Maria ot Natchez on Friday(thc St. Louis Coal Company referred to a
';!;! iitli iitst, and sunkhei in '20 feet wa- select committee.
' i ;.. ! ii .f tin-.Maria were kuocL- Mr. Jones. l V. introduced a revenue
!.;.,M!: nv," ;-.ve:;ty-lwo persons badly bji, a judiciary bilk and a resolution rela-
; i:i:i--l'-i-!i missiui;, i'.uuui v. horn tin" to the license laws
IMMi, DlVlM.U u k f .U.l .
MONDAY - - Noon:Ki::wt
v.. .!r. Durst, the clerk.
"' (For the Banner.)
Is it not a little strange, that, ia a town
of the size of ours, containing six hundred
-Vi'. I'uisi u:: formerly a citizen ot" i.. rd'er to committee on Internal Improve
Tim:.!.!-!: i:, t : . is county, luue'u eti'i met! uieiit a !il f ir the construction of a rail-
Tin Governor's message will b- a" 1 h who knew hi..:. Hi-road from Weston on the Missouri, to Han-
m our paper tela v. Uecause it i Vtvvi'x. U" V'M 1,0 d,,,T1' "'A" hS ncro..s " H' Mississippi river.
c-J to shadow forth the opinion, and t! i.virvU' L'f lVil",ls- TU says that,; The resolution in favor of amending the
policy of the chief magistrate of the M Ue, ''"' c,,Uri "" :,t U,iU' ol constitution so as to lumt the judical ten-
w. I, ie , i i .. ,-. collision and re. jUcsle.J li e pn.-senaeis not or,. , was ic'cncij lo llic commmee oi me
V. C UdVC iTleilll. LO 111! l .'ilOf.ll fit r.Ilt.l.: I r . 7
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-inl .is -..!! w , , to lie lr."!Ucii('(i. l i.is w as uu- iasi nine to- w i.r.je
" " ' "mil indtiii. hi Hi;uM' - , ,. . .. . -i .r.i. .1- i:i...:
, was set n. lie prohahly Icli oci uoaii. in i t:e nut lor nte repca.oi o uisinouuuii
the confusion." aet of I st session then came up, and the
The names of the other persons lost anil whole morning was occupied in a debate
are not '.iven. ' upon it, Mr. Jones, ot IN., moved lo reier
it to the committee of the Whole, which
it if i .i ji
The oui.ial returns as far as heard from u:,s T1'" "J .-1"- ,',lcasanu mn
sk for it an attentive perns;.!. E veiy l;o v-'.
llizeii should endeavor to divest hi iniiid.j
f cither predilection or pit, imiicc. ;.n.l iheii
-nail it u-;il. t,n vIpil' i...ct i;,.,, ;. lll.l,!n i,5 !l
We liavc as y: t given it, but a cursory pe
rusal, and froM that hasty rcadir,r. v, e sl.ai;
sented a petition for the incorporation of inhabitants, there should be neither a circu
latuig Library, nor a Lyceum? ny
this? The general utility of such institu
tions, is conceded by all, and yet we are
either wanting in that public spirit, ncces-
tary to their support, or, are so much en-
! On motion of Mr. Piice it was resolved grossed with the mere business afl'airs of
the day, that wo overlook them.
One evening of each week, might be
spent not only agreeably, but with much
profit to those engaged, in the discussion
of questions of practical utility; for as fire
is evolved by the contact of the Hint and
steel, so in the mental conflict; new ideas
and facts are developed, thus adding to the
common stock of knowledge. Nor are the
pleasure and profit of those immediately
Governor's IVlcssagc. 7;
(Concluded from' lst-'pagei)' '
To the Stnale and Home nf Representative:
articles produced in superabundance, and'
increase the amount of those produccd on
ly in limited quantities, or not produce at.
all; and would thus enhance the price of
those which had been produced in supera
bundance, and diminish the price of those
which had not been produced before, or
else not in quantities sufficient to supply
the wants and Lemands of the country; sav
ing to the country the loss of exporting the
one and the cost of importing the other, and
at the same time supplying a greater num
ber of the wants and demands of our popu
lation, and giving to a greater number of,
persons profitable employment. In no oth
er mode can tho wealth and prosperity of
our countiy be so much advanced, as by
the establishment of manufactories. They
would Liincrinto use and nrofitable emlov
a large portion of our population now grow-
engaged, the only benefits to be derived injr uj, in idlciies, ignorance and vice, and
from such an institution. Such exhibitions give tiiem steady and industrious habits, and
are always attended with eagerness by the
youth, and if they should derive no informa
tion worth rcmeinhriug, they will at least be
make them useful and merctorious citizens.
I'hty can he established on principles cal
culated to elevate the mind and morals, as
much as idleness and vice are calculated to
Mr. Miller wished to defer the subject. Ipreserved, for the time, from those evil nsso-jdegradc them. They a-ill further improve
....... !. :. .. ive Alellaint'I li;r.M Votes. an Iviihmii ; - 1
Jn cJVk ui ll. ot Ml'liui'tiiy ii; tne - -------
,f I.,., .... ..,1., '., I. ' o(l'i. There is now no doubt, that. Mc-
... . , . .. , , ... : 1),.: .i ;.. t,.,.(.,i i. ..i ..,.:. I o which (nil. shields had no obiecions;!eiations, ami liatints ot vice that belong to
)f the act passed at the last session 0f the , "a,,u 1 ls cl u " l,,,ul majority.. 1 '
Legislature, for the distribution ef t!;e five The wlade vote cast, is however, but little," 11,1 lsl' Jan
hundred thousand acres of public laudsjr tlmii the usual democratic majority.' Mr. Fluiiniry was willing to deter the
granted the State, among the several counties The grcateat apathy and indillVrcnee wei o : Sll1jtt
share and share alike. The act ii so uncMt rmiumX the State. The vn, east at Mr. Eliison moved to lay the bill on the
. .1 i .... fnnmcKin. K..K..vo o it I 4 table '.ill the -d Monday in Dec.
tiuai auu uiijuji ill lis ue.llllljr, lliai ire fail 1 i-.v- "iimJi . ....... ! .1 II 1 1 1 l .j
only wonder, how a iust and intellittlgiven in the State, i proportion to ..onula-l Mr-Wells thought the present law J.ng parents, ... d.seharg.ng the duty - f ,lltr
Legislature could cverliave voted for it,'--; and the democrats certainly polled aJ-'- I 'ml ays had been readying to the.r cluhlren, a good cducation.- .S.K.?, oltr w,:".
But now that it is the law of the land, wehcav.cr vote herein pro fort ion to thcir rTc: u- '"urai1'"' oojecie.., ma, we am, tIll. ,( is liss t1;l that b.twn,, ll c
think it thedutv of cverv friend to Justice, "lumbers, than at any oiher township in the' -Mr- Jow r fprrsseU an o-
our condition by enabling one person, with
the aid of a few hur.drid dollars invested
in the improved lnaehineiy, to preform the
work of hundreds. The wild Indian, in
stead of spinning with the top, would do
all towns and villages.
A well selected Social Library affords
the best and cheapest means of acquiring
general information, and if properly eon- well to adopt the common wheel; and the
filleted, my be the means of materially aid-, itiiizn Missouriau, n-stead of spinning
j pinion which he had long entertained, that
j'll.e distribution act of the last session, was
are not able to get a good Library. II a;iulc and t!.e wheel. We sell our wool at
whole community be not aide to do so, surc-jlcn to thirty cents per pound. With a
ly but few individuals of that eomintinitv!,"it, ,,f ii,v labor expended in prodi cing
can do m and it would follow that cme'Vy0"1,' 'l :UH' wovc. ,.K'tl '
iseni oacK aim sou: io us again, t il.aps
to vote for its iiiiineili.-id. i-php i! :Itatc.
We also approve of the clause which rc-
eommends an entire ehan nf nor ,.,:.i;t;-,i The l.tte.t news tVom AT.-vIen ie. l!l?1i!an imwi-se and impolitic measure. lie was
system. The system as at present oi gun- i Santa Anna has ordered all the Mexican 1,1 ,;" 01 l"e r,T(':" ami oi iic-j -jat five or ten dollar per ion.l. Wellc..;-
ized is only a subject of ridicu'e and 'forces to fall back upon San Luis do l'.j- i v0,in t,,c P" o! the f.00,000 aerejHut I apprehend that this difficulty is more ;(!,u.ted unufact-i its must make se, tri
burlcsquc," "calculated to bring every cf-jtosi; there await the arrival of G(.n ran: of land to two or three prominent oh-ji'naginaiy than real. There are few per-jor race of people or else it is .,-,, :,-r
fort to discipline the malitia of the State! Taylor, with-he l.oj.eof giving him a co...-1 of lHt"nal Il"-vement, but was in.sons in this county so poor, that they couhljraec ot ,.eop e whel, makes tie ...j.U,t
into utter contempt." W trust that our j'cte overthrow, after a fatiguing march fiiv" VY""" rher action on thejnot pay five dollar,, for a harc in a Bolitlirc. ;!lot:!l, ftst;r U:e coniuw.n it
representatives, will either urge a radical,"VCT a dreary waste of nearly 300 ,;!,,s.j '''11, '"ii the objVets to which the fund was library; ami surely, there could be fjtind. wtm!J l!r;,blt. to us to cm, rie the
change in its present organization, or a to-!!tis aho sail that an order had been dcs-;to ,H lMTopriat.-tl weresettled. one hundred persons able to pay that a-topand the wl.ccl, ti e Indian and the Mis-
tal repeal of the system. I patched to I'en. Ampudia, to evicuate' Mr. Gate wood was for immediate action, "o''t, which would furnish a very hand- souiian, and then to extend the compaiis, i,
We arc also pleased to see, that the Gov-ontcrey without abattle, and to fall back, :t."J Ki" """'-Hate repeal. Mr.me stock t. begin with, and thus for fvf,. t'
ernor Urges upon the attention of the Leg- and entrench himself at San Luis de Ptnsi.:s,""ls Wi,s w"'n l "iivc l"c s,alc ""-i"'"'"-; -".M" I -.S - imim,vhlt( llr roa,U ,utl avi. able rive ,'s
islature. the imnrovfinrnf nr ,,r ...nJbut that the order did not rewb l,i, till f "!W 1 f""dt Iy interest ok tlm same, andic of tlie wliole stock. Nor need that sum,! , .;, .-. , . ; '
school system. A system, which in its de-itcrth" brittle. This would certainly be bet-I'MTb" ' to ,n-,'t ,l,e Sti,te ,u,m,s- "' ail cas'"s be I"1"1 c:,s!l- Ma,,-V l,rr-c.ease the facilities ef sendit our j io-
tails is so complicated, that it is understood iter forMcxico than to attempt to oppose the1 Mr- ,:lIis" ',cclavd l'i,nsc"' OW" SOU" l,aVf ,,sr,''1"t 1,,,"ks i wonl.l jd.u-ls U. marke t, and cf bringing back l!
only by a few, and is of but little practical France of our army into every little town U' tl,e nTtal of l,,e ,aw M,,til a Uttcr was j twilling to put into such an institution at :.ereha,u.;ze rtcened ., , xcl u-e. W
benefit to the State. And surely no qcPn the route. Whether we are to havcT"-J" I ' valuation. In this way many -"tj!
tion can be of greater importance to the hatllc at Saltillo or San Luis, will soon sI"ikt' the subject; Mr. Polk declared jsc.iptions might be paid, by persons w :, J111S i,it.u.,Sl. (5.t. iif L,' tl!I!lr'v 8i;H
State than the education of her Dcoide. for -c known. uunseu against in, repeai; ami iticws. " i.'-i.tmcmM ouierif, Biurii,,. ,,.v ., .; ,,j t;. .veri:!. tit.
if wc would preserve our liberties unim-j .Burns and Priest declared f r it.
paired, we must educate the rising genera-! Jo,tN' Mvunox, Esq., some time Chief; The motion t.. lay on the table was re
tion. A people must understand, "vrn tlIP..'Clerk in the Post Oihce Department, has :j"eled ay. s 13, noes 10.
will appreciate their immunities: and tl.ev bL'L-u aiuimuted Tiiird Assistan Postmaster' 'Ir- Jl;i" moved to pfcr it to"' this malt.-r
must appreciate, ere thev will defend them. .General. The ollicc has been for S0ln(. t'"' eomir.iit.tr on Internal Improvements friends, let us hear from you.
General intelligence, in the lanuase ef the'tMnc VitCai,tJ (since Pr. Miller I..sl filled it. v "'' ''iMinction to report a bill specifying
gifted Burke, is the chief defence of a na-t 1,1 wli:,t "''J'"'-1 the fund should be applied
tion. It stands diametrically opposed to. A publie dinner is to he given to Mr
the general interests of the instituti. n bej The best mode-of iTenur;t:i.:g ti.e cur
at the same time subserved. jmoii jicbuol is lo establish an ittttii.it f,.r
Will the eitit ns of Louisiana take hoi.l 'J11' 1 ' ' 1 "J i;ti' " .' 1 teach, is. ' j;Is can be
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in Good earncst.J toiuei - ... ! "',
- '""'d rtaiii ;.!..! t Ty useful, not oily to tl.c ccii:-
Mr llilit u--
-Will Vitll t 1 leu Ir. t
" J Jill II.
lio n selioi.!.-., but to every di pal tlue.J M.d
ibra.ic!: of Society. If tl.e're should U i:iiy
itii n t n the j ii 1 1 t i ll e 1. g;Mut::rc to
l.. ..... i .i .i ;qM,rc through the mt ilium ot your paper, ;:et nt. on ti ls snbi-et tl. t-.; .-, r .. t .
-ir. J.ucas oplwsed the motion on the , , . n J l l "'"'"I"" ""( .i.t i.et.u.sti a plan
it'll-. t (tie 1 ..f II... l.l T 1111 I.. til ! I. ,!.. . . - .'
........ nt. itt.iii; in II. e I.ifOISi
iiii.i jii .i . ...'. 'v vuiiiiiii.i I'll i :ri t: yno siil:iitl.
every ining nice oppression, and lornis an ,,L"ll'r u lh,!i m If I r ! "1M ! '' '
impenetrable bulwark, in defence of free-JJ" tick. ar c sold at five dollar, "ot Jo be mixed with others. Society was formJdTre'r uS'vU.U r or1 . ' " hu ri ase the v,,ie.y ef . ,j I, , ,,, n
dom. Let any people but know their i iuhls, i 1 1,c Sl-1 ,110'' Say-S Mr. Webster is Mr- Jj,,cs' ol rankhn, thought ihc i )rir siit(, ,( ...... '"' ""' y, it is t.nly n-c. ssary to t n-
"and knowing, they will dare maintain training for the n.-i Presidential race, Cill'dy -Courts could manage the fund as"1 ' ?' . "' c "1H' ,:!S '''" .lighten the j ,,.,.!,. to t i:.;h!e ti eni .u, , ,lv
them- But let that peo.de become iinio.t Lis friends make the ,,,,, U,Ms too'ya' the State. He was opposed U ,""J. J X the mere .1.- (o c.ms.H ,!,eir v i,,(U,ts. T:, .J
rant, immoral and vicious; and they willbeJ'' t cure the support of any save the 'T- until convinced of its necessity. "f t,M' hn" K "S 1 rs j""1 ' h" t!,,,, by fos-
omc the tools, with which ambition wil:-pp. r ten thousand." Daniel doesn't like! The motion of Mr. Jones of N., was J U "i' k' " U ! J 77; t !'. ?-l5;'' E m'
si ayes io, jiocf ii. j v ...... . ,-. . r- i , . . .
On motion of Gen. Shields, thebillwas f f' '' tyZ
. land what iiie:i.;ni'i': f, vm en..!. J....:... . ,v I . J 1111
liig thegravcof their liberties, and cntomb;l!'e '-huge j aws.
jlirir rrtiirt- t
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't'l. . t- . . . i .' !'.- . . I 1 ,. . I 14 .(.. I m... f.il -, . .1 1 ......i, u.miiv j itill ' in pill; I lir.SM U. .tl. ii i.l .. 1 ..... I .. t i
f our great rivers, is on,? of U.rJinc Western Literary Messenger aml'l-V- .T "T T"01 ""Lut "r!;,!'!:; o. ie s is yt-
ar,d should attract thr attention of our re,,.: Kcvicw, his be n received. This is a; Tite bill lo incorporate O'Fnllon l'ni-i ". f -y " ioi .iieu tuuy, a,,lv "' . "' ;', . cany u.un
resen iatives. It serins to us. that the iin-l"1"nt,,1-v pf"''"1"! published at Kit hmond. versify, was passed.
pending trees might be removed v ith but "'r."''iia, and devoted t- scientific ai d litc-i the House, Mr. Hardin introduced a
a small cost, compared with that, of ic.lr;:ry subjects. It deservedly ranks amongst, to equalize ulcrchaIlts, and grocers'
moving the snugs, from the bed ol the river. :t''ul,,,,st inqiui tani litei jiy works of the license, which was twiee read and order
Tile plan of dredging the rivci is ik'w to ;etl t r engrossment, ami ft 3d. reading on
us, but w ould no doubt, if ep. ut"d ia lo-.v! , ; the Thursday following.
water, greatly improve its navigation. JtL T,lt ,xrcii,ion "f Com. Perry against. Mr. Craig introduced an act amendatory
is at le-st worthy of coiiMdcratioii. ra,)avco ,'-,s "'' successful. So muchto an act relative to the sale and selection
Thero are many other important subjects! troikmg who pre.i.cte.I ol lands, granted to this State, by the V.
toUedied upon in the mcssasre, whi- h we hovei J" ..i.n.s, approveti rtept. ltli, 11, winch was
(rt ad Twice and referred to a select commit-a-
tec of 7.
j Mr. Hunter introduce. an act to re-1
I claim inundated lauds, which was twice
l ead ami or.lcretl to engrossment ami a 3d.
hero are many other important subjects! j 3
ched upon in the message, whi -h we hove j ' C" r" "
now r.j room to notice. JJut the idea of
compelling a man to asl: Lis wife, whether
she will allow him the privilege of be com
ing his neighbor's security for a few fu(s,
lfivtc In no . . 1.. I 1 t 1 '
Several coiiimtinipati. il. h.i e been u;
vcidab.'v crowded outi.'o'.s wet k.
wanting in .rood faith to the Parent Society, ' ,.v.si,l t:esful!y, laige invi st.i:t uts and
to allow the books furnished to remain cur! ,. 1 - ?rt" ,ri,i,:1,!-
i 1 ... ,, , ",l"rreiiot without capital, but the Iii- i r; te of
hand, neither sedd nor donated? interest ! il . i ..
. inteiest, ami the many suj.pt.sed prrtitable
Ihe.ve arc questions, requiring the s. i i-'in estmeiits for money which have hereto
ous considt ration of the officers. Imic-;fl'c listed, ha e prev entt d the appropii
pendently of all its bearings in a reli-Mous'"1'"" "f 1"luls lo the erection el niaiiiifac
pointof view, the imlueuce of a general1!''!''''? ''s,a,!i-'"' . If the rate of in-
disseminatioi, of the Bible, on the efv IjKsdS
political weltare ol our country, is sulli- eiable ext. nt. The tariff also nf.tids the
cie-ni io jusiuy all ihe lalmr and cost ncc- j1 's'a"iisiinicnt ot manulactoiies in cur State.
A "BEATTUTL SIGHT."
ecins to ns not only novel, but ridiculous. n. -......, ."'. ,,-,. I.... ..... '
Ifatas,!.nfi ...,,, I A"v" li eatlm
j""i'ji man sooiiki ue
sage up from Orleans, .-.,"( pp the'
g on Thursday following.
-i ,-lr ,1 ly. 1. n a n I ' 11 . .. .
v uccoint: io iiciguuors SfCliritV lor' ..:-, .ft I... ... :.. ..... I.t I ' hpt.,M.v ,r
five dnllirc ' lt. t . il ... I - - - 'i - -i, i.oin.Liii-u.n. o. II. Jtiiuc I, Usa.'e:
mc Hollars, -e must not be allowed l':e. vtllir, j;..,, .... . ..... ,..u.,..i ...... .i ..' .,....?.
... . .... v v . - v ivj.f.v i.iv JIIOHO Ol UA',.!:,') ' t'i..vi n III., linailtl uuuais 111
..... VI -AI-lL19IIl!j OWII Jll'i
but must be compelled to get..
and rule 10 miles for the conse.
Oh lie! fie! the Governor wo
glorious democracy into a conq
VC Ktn l'lomNew Orleans to M. Louis she met the house to pay off the waggoners, one
wile to ask. 1 he Governor may influence Wm-St:, Cil steamers, thirty-live of which huX was JI "n.ediatelv seized
tuc Legislature, to pass a law, to compel were"from thin port. Keat this who t.al,, l!Osage interpre ter, who confessed the
us to ask our sivecl-haut, but u-CU jnstlnt Era. " t'.elt ami gave up 27 dollars, aud staled
he don't. i ' jt-'at he was too drunk to recollect vhcrt-
iie baiai.ee was inn: 1 tie Indian is now i
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...enijiQ.; twenty-two steamboat .t. v. ;l.;,. the O.a.'O i.alion: perhaps more uronerlv
.i.is horse ; r ..achother. and a'l I.,..,...! ... ei...'sl,,-;'!';i" the money was stolen. While
ntofl.isc; reat s.llltli.r . t wil!i IjM .arfrocs1'SM-,S,,i;"1 al'a hi"'s' lf u,,1.oaJil, tl"
uld tun, ourr ,.. r r 7o 1 3" P& Idiawas
, . . i s" "-' i. . i in t. u: house where Hie boxes were be-
'.' "e"i Louis, an.Hhe remainder from the Ohio. inr depoiw:tl. When theAirent niton.!
essary. For nocoimlrv has, in modeini w 1,,,,lcr ,l a tarilffor p.otection or a taiiff
times, made any great advances in the re-! r,,7",,lu,i "or al- tariffs are protections to
finements of civi.i.ation. without a ,-ral'tcn
dimutat,,.,, of the Scriptures. jmanu.W.oricsiLur StUntllw-
- .... .... . ...... .ii.iiii.il report musl he K s" ;i1
I M'scr;; in ir him'. The greatest mists
use- ...... n i - i . .. "
The Secretary of the Navy is about My preva.Is ,:. Ireland. J!,-. O'eonnell in a.t f money will be rec ol 'i i T ,ro,u,!:,' M NanoHays i-. Mr
. Via illlllll IlilVV. II" Z O lk..ll I.AJ
... ... , a rosu ..,,stcr.
made soon, is an additional reason why ac
tive measures should be taken, that there
may be something lo report. It is respect
fully suggested, therefore, that a meeting
..f the I'vecutive Committee of thesoch tv
he called at an early day, that Ibis mnttci l,y ia-'t''-" materially
,,,uj "v juoinpiiy aiienueu to. .
pH-tection to the t astern man.
J he eastern i ar.nt':rt.i.
tends that he cannot succeed without pro
tecion against his foreign competitor. Our
interior position and our remoteness fioiu
tl.e principal ports of e ntry, gives the n.an-
.u.-i niurtii this country a protection which
aliect. If then. tl,..
Beginning Yuung.M,. Turner, aged
seventeen, has inn. v"...J !.;., i 3 ,
e ' ---- ..iia uruwil, arcil
en, auer tire vmrs ronrtol.:.. :.. v
, '-.J vvU.gii.1UilW
The 'lirruch nf Vor.Tlio Louis-
...-.,u. ... ..j5: mc trial of the case of
V , .- . -asoeeeh latelv Said: V .,..,. ., ..llfi.-.l! '"""V u COVCrvd..
lilt till I1U UdVV W1L1I bill: lllll t-Illl flllllllMlL III ,... I i III il lit HI I ilAii. I M MP MMlCtfrttr
.. . ... 1 is in tl.e laud -liuseiv UM.aralled sue'i v ' ' J-.Y. 1 he nirv ren.lon.,! 'e ..
ci;: ' Vl ldH:m W1U S'"co'cjship of between twj i.iuj thr
( heap enough for a rich ma,,. ' "
i'jr the Ohio, soon to be put in ce'miuLiioii..truti
eastern inanufaeturer Was but lightly pro-
e o,., or not protet tctl at all. he would
linil it prohtable to remove his eanif:.! II till
to invest it in manufactories in the west
where nature would always protect him
against the foreign competitor. No com t'y
can manufacture cheaper than oui State-.
e have all tho necessary ingredients at the
lowest prices. We
the water .tower, the ore to inako tho iron
"....awe me machinery, the manual labor,
the provisions to support the hands, the raw
material the flax, hemp and wool of our own
production, and the cotton in exchange for
our wheat, com and tobacco, hogs, horses,
cattle and mules and these ingredients wc
have, taken together, cheaper than anv oih
er country "ii earth. Kvru our mauuid la.