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Ai. PICKERS & CO.'EDITPRS.
MtJXMf iMOHNING. MAUCH injuv
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MturawHr thanks 4o the. Hon. D. R
Atchison, and the Hon. W7 V.;!N.vBaVr for
't'Js THE DISTRICTCONVENTION. v
The Counties' of Manon.' RiJli. Warren iikl
ftte'bave held meeting iod selected delegates
taattenoVUie ccngrewional Convention - in this
-district. " - ' ;; "' "-'i '
3fo other counties as far a heard from, have
yet Wed in'thie matter: We presume, though
they are making seae efforts, towards ,or
"'iWiijrfnjf fljr the coming canvass.'; It is highly
nnjrtanji that a candidate be chosen who will be
eyy to meet the mol formidable opponent, and
Uaio the trepgthof the. democtatio i party.
Pile and JlalU have made expressions in favor
C.J3VeIb6rn of this county. -i w ---
IsMarioiawi-Warrtti exprnino preference
dttherf meetings'.' "'Ppl. Richmond and Col..ta
are spoken of by their . respective
friends and Mf. "Bay the present incumbent will
' course have friend desirous of bis - re-elec-tto'n.
It would surely be -well to hold aeon ven-
tioa, id Mcettaia th choice of the district from
among, the many wortly and able men spoken of i
lor this important office. - Otherwise there maj
be misunderstanding'and discbrdthat will per-
wfl.otrr. majoritj and .ibrawj&e district in the
hPf'ff ;oriur political opponents.-; St... Charles
?f'?!""af!,dei' 0,8 het place for .the meeting
,Hw..V?'r,t.on andwe some time Hg . sug
ewted the I5tb April as an antiMn'rini Km.
WJut say -our friends tohe ' propoatliohP If this
beloo early weMronldbe ulad to, have their
views npon-inearibject. Whaf says the."Han-
!. nTOi.ror the northern part ,of the -si
tHct?- '- V!.J 1 ' - , ' ,' ; r,
We are glad to see that the "Record" livable
to correct us in our beleef that he waa ' desirous
ttfirainparty Uhea in the city ele'ctlonViut1 e
equally sorry that he should have "mfsllalen ' our
pesitioflFnpon'thii aAjec'r So far faom Wishing
to make our local election poliiical scramble,
aboutlhe maUe,.until, we noticed the art&lein
8Wr4".WflN! h feat. H-rWe mji Jiave
bea mjtalcn in one eooolusioBS. but theavi.
denrjbanog.or the eAtele.lf n6t(' re- 't'niened,
wAMVDaVt wjulaai'eplr,---'" ' "
We intended no challenges jtolhe1
VittijfOl ihili eanaifitM iip(y"niihed!io
say to the fiw, who deseed mingle, the thing
w. Pf "7; P,,,uc Vo.ftring forward Astra, and
see tr ue voiert would follow their lead.' '! We
f wljKMical. epioioBTj - would exert
H. unwirar1eyleAi)n,brer the
minds of those, who look to the true interests
And in regard tethfraembwatJVoldinitluinf.
:Yy-i-a""Tf?JlM7 waea witu more
w uu responsiDUity.than profit., -The tra4
... wuuu,., wtxievea eqnalljr divided be.
ftfAfif PVtiM aniwi mrd nothing in
Mldie.ry !diffi5uH to get i beU1
HlorWmofe attentive to'their duties eV
Tnmm nay be: perfectly
rstood, we have always) thought that the test
TPSreS? ffJpreferaWe, in a local
8lf W"cMrf to that of general poH-'
.Taisl..iMr j;---3 ? ?tt it
As to the demoerats manaring-fai retain fl!
OP. w3eresume there W rittle
boulstJ Some oT our worthy whig'frlends,
wetehtak IhitHifcre "iettu'llv res'fsW fls'.
the duties of which must oejeWriJyJiLJ
goa vj some one.
yjTr&i J!- wJthatcity
party csosidefttien and wb aaii tt.. x a
rij ' ' ..twiM
. MrfJwttBoliooiiplalnmsh' men' we7 tad
SL3en "knit aflnfi . ft ..ra tnnlm. i.
Wpj 1ff he chosen, without the necessity d
vl Waeen that thaDemoerars of Buffalo,
V 'T&V W W!4eIegalion4o represent
tha4hComrfTmveTitionr'to be held in
BWWSfiiird exf. No
tetuft the wishes or tb parti ereVsfe in theft1
haWs.''',fyS iU r- tfrdl : -.: !. I
VmQ i.',,..,; -
ijressT every t part or the
eicetion, good aed intsllirent men. tM... r
rtfftftedJikMrise and eboserr (rue -and
OHiWNooftca'-a rtpertood ei
iue support oi ute enure j ; aMupsjsjrt
at SfxMm0 l az&frU,.- None
kttt:JJJiI?;Ts- -rtJ: fWW).llf:;WWWm.lW um "ought rjsoii Uiendieh
wUl be PlacedupoBUbutho..whoare one.Uw. h. had the
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competenTtod htfhl&E-; It will -Ohu1
plea.ureof.il. who desire tie sucW of rdbugopggn IM
i . ii-.i. ..i iiiiijjiect, though we art aware btt the t
ciple, to support fPM Jf:tica,d Free Soilerflnnd demagog,
should be concealed ly the Convention but, a
platl laid don,U wbich,lbe dnocjjeyean
cheerfully subscribe. " It i the peculiar boast
of our party that it yields to a majority in' its
preference for men, bat never submits to a sacri
fice of principle. . If this course be pursued, and
we have all confidence, that it will bet he .ticket
will triumph by on increased" majority.1 '" "
DEMOCRATIC MEETING IN BUFFALO i
At a meeting of the Democratic party ofBuf-
falo Township', lieTd iu luiiaiia ,on Saturday
the 23rd inst Wm. K. Kennedy was called to
the chair and James M. Templelon 'appointed
Secretary.' The object ofthe meeting having been
explained, the following delegala were, oppoin-
ted by vote to. attend the County Convention, to
he held at Bowline? Green, on the 27th - day of
April next, to nominate candidates, for the legis
lature and other County Offices', for the ensuing
August .election,. v-.. -. r. - - i
.William Reading, Jom)U RicJiardoon, lir. V.
W. Wise. E. L". Carrol, Joseph CrAlhsen, iW.'
B. Edwards, Dr.S. W.'Bnckner, Geo. W.Peay.
Uezekiah Gibson, and Robert Price. t " J , , ,
".The fallowing resolution was offered by Dr.;
Bucknerand adopted. . - t ,.
Resolved, That the delegates to the County
Convention be instructed to use all honorable
exertions to adjust the differences that exist al
present to a certain extent among tbe member
ofthe Democratic party in this county, and Uiai
they endeavor to lay down a platform ofprfuct-
pies upon which ail rrve democrats may unite,
On motion of Joseph Richardson, the meeting
adjourned. - -' i-.- -. ' r, :
, i Wra. K. KENNEDY, Chr'm.'
, - J AS. M.TEMPLETON, J Secy.
. , ,. , . From the Unum.
A LIBERA L PROPOSITION TO ALLTHE
.. THE FRIENDS OF CHRISTIAN EDU-
CATION IN MISSOURI.
A centleroan in this citv hat authoriied
us to announce tbe . following proposition
vizi - - ' : " . '
That each of the first two Sunday Schools'
in each county ofthe State of Missouri, Te-
norted to the undersieneo:, as amy orsan-
ized after this date, shall receive aid from
bim on the followioc conditions: and to the
following extent, to wit ! '' .
To a school of fi?e teachers an J twenty
five scholars, that will aaise not , less than
$S Jo towards procuring a library of one
hundrep vfolmnes, . and otlier necessary
books, he will rite $5 or -r-t,i.
--To a- school of tea teachers - end' fifty
scholars, that will raise not less than $10,
M villcive sio towards proenrme a libra
ry oQoas, no -wjii givo -fu u
To a school of ; ten . teachers and fiftyjthose who desire the peace and, union of,the
scholsrm thai will'raisa not less than' $10,
he will eive $10. towards procuring a libra
ry of two hnndred volumes. . . , . ,
1 be proposition may be consioered rood
for the vear IBOU. v
Tbe report mut embrace the following
items u ' u-t-wz ; y- -iu; ?
l;vThe name nd location ofthe1 school
2 The nami and post office address ofthe1
superintendent. ' . .......
- 3. The date of its brcanixation.
';4':!The number of scholars and teachers.
, .o .How ana to whose care tbe books are
to be sent.'.
4v,B.. 1 be moneT raised bv tbe scbool must
come-with the application. i
Any facts respecting the1 state of religion
and education in the neighborhood, and the
prospect of sustaining the school, would be
vceeptable and gratifying: - ' ,'
The books will, in ' every' casey be for-
waroea, accoraing laoirecuons, ps ine a
bo terms are complied wjlh.' ' !
..IThe books to be used in filling these or
ders, are the two Ten - Dollar Libraries,
published by the American Sunday .School
Union consisting of one hundred . volumes
each, and other publications of that Soci-
It is vetr desirable that the schools raise,
in addition to their libraries, some .two' or
three dollars each," to 'provide themselves
with hymn books, spelling books, question
books, &c. . ;, . . .. . . y . .
i.AH communications relating .to this bu
siness, should be addressed, postpaid, to .
, 'A. V. UUUbl, . !-
Agent of the "American : Sunday School
-No. 80 Chtsnut street, St.. Louis, Mo.--March.
I860.- ; I - ''
5 P. S. Editors throno-hoUt the State, are
,".pecifu(iy re'questvd to publish, artd "call
,itteTil'"U u ,,,e Buove rtropnsHign,. as
.o'tian'f crene'rat bublic interest. ' '
ilr. AVtBsTxa's Speich We alluded
yesterday to the praise bestowed upon this
sfieeeh bylh' Washington Union,' and
promiseu nwijr i, " ui ju-
ticetroni that huarter. Here it in r 1
"1T1.:i'.A,.f'iit anil nianlr tneeeh- Is
- Jlwn of the. day., it was tlie tuemet.pi uni-
m . 1 .1: a. a f - ;
nuranoo. e-reotue 10 seyi mat. -Bsrrer.
did Mn Webster, in the pride fplae,nd:
in the height of his renown, Ideserre viaorBwenty-fiveo connties,' seme rof then 'with
tetUrlti'-g'v--b9-:,iBnimu almost fmproiionilcaMe." !A coihinif
obtda Wf the speech befbrd "!iteir has been appointed by thtf ' Settale, , in!
mtlVis n6irTia iH tfipeecfr'as Hoiiider and reflotl the dafinltlona' r kJ
conie rrasi.the hands ef our Ififoners," and
. a - I
ire ana vreesmier. ana aeniiDEuei ot
thm North will nnt3aUoncnr in this irenef
The tunes had come wiucu inea meiri
ouls. The country was in danger. Dis
cord wis hrandishinir ' her iorch; and this
glorious Union was threatened with disio
solution. The conclusion, which js. so, ne
ceSsarv In a coiifi deracyi the Wisdom which
was ta concert a solieme-of- ow promise,
and tha hieli moral courage which unne
cessary to catry it into execution, amid the
clamors of faction, and the .fury of sectional
jjrejiidicesj we're wanting lo meet, the cri
sis. Some of tlie disttn'guislied men in Con
ercss wero comins forward to try. s The
public yoice began, to call out, the . Senator
from, Massachusetts to the: post of.uty.
But, had he the moral courage, to, Jneet.. the
occasion? Was he prepared to risk eveiy
tliiae for his country.7 There were anxious
doubts enteiained about it. Much was said
and much was unsaid. - . T , ...t,- . i
' The trial is over, and he has .passed the
fierv ordeal. It cives us pleasure .to say
that Mr. Webster has even exceeded the
'public expectation." -He has pursued, a
bold but conciliatory course, which, is 8in-Jg
table to the times; ano ine very peciiiianiy
p ? i.:
oi ais posiuun cuuai uio u.c.ii. i ,
course. : ... . v.- '
Mr. Webster has had tbe moral coursgel
to risk himself for Ins country, lie .lias
ptofiled by the rare opportunity which pre -
sented itself, and proved biwself worthy
iiic occasion. , aiiu whu wm yu-vyry
ate wim mm in me gio loua cause wicii ne
has boldly pursued?? Who will , unite , with
him in the effort to extinguish the , torch of
civil discoid, and to save .the . Union in a!
civil discoid, ana to save ,iiie; ,unxn to aj
spirit or conciliation, uy.a liberal system oi,
. , . .. " " "
tut ion was framed in the spirit of enmpro-
mise and equalj ; and and by tlie same spirit
ii must pe inainiainea. ;, in iina apirir. au j,ig..- . . i - ri' ro
nur 'oresent differences can .be. adiutted.l ti. ... i. :s
and the ship can be saved fipm the perils
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p, HHinKtuq-sisar . .Mwsew.-, rj ;4tWe , gratiried at (he very-emphatic
Journal of Commerce says:. .,. r,L.n..,u.iij, .j li.rx..
..Webster's speech is. the platform on Meb;ecd our COB,titotioal dirty ; io relation J
V.L. ..J C.mIIi unit. It Lill nT . . J - ....
vi.u p. . .. .,.-..v t -
traiSm. . , , ..... . - ;,c,. :
Some Eastern Senators are opposed to..uia MMion of Coimress. as will oomnel the
making States ont of Texas. ; The matter
is settled, but there must be more , talky
Tlie End predicted is the. admission of 1
California territorial, governments , werej
necessary settlement pt lexas boundary
and passsge of fugative. slaves act. . The
best feeling prevails. . ,,. ,.; t,
..The speech is well receivtd,in every un
prejudiced qusrjer. . It i)oes not please the
N.Y. Tribune, nor is it acceptable to the
Barnburners, of New .York; but - will alii
country, rather, than, agitation and tr;fe, it
is well aaceived.., no 1 real dimcoJty .now
exists to a fioa' settlement of these ..vexed
questions, and it will be done tn the next
thirty days. ; : - .
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Latxst from CAiiroRMi. The steam.
er Georgia arrived at New York 6a Fridayl
week from Charges, which' place- ehe left
on the 27th ultimo. She brings the mails
from California of January 15 and Februa
ry 1. She also brought three hundred pass
engers, and about a million or dollars in
gold. " " '
The news from California is interesting.
The flood in the Sacramento and its tnbu-
a" a a . . ar a
lanes had abated a little. ,. Heal, estate , in
San Francisco is still held at enormous pri
ces, and reals continue as high as : ever.
Ureat reductions have been made -in the
price of lumber, sales having been made as
low as seventy dollars a thousand feet. : A
number of brick buildings are goving np,
and give to the city a more fubstaineo ap
pearance than it before possessed. ' Some of
these buildings are really very elegant, and
compare favorably with the majority of buil
dings in tlie Atlantic cities. .. -
Perhaps full one-half of the population of
aan t rancisco live in tents. Hoard and
loging can oe ooiamea ni 720 10 per
week. The news from the mines continues
encouraging. -AH accounts represent - the
miners as doing full as well as at any' pre
vious time. Indeed, the recent news is of
such character as o induce tnabv people
to start far the diggings, notwithstanding
f 1 ' a. . "
me aimosi incessant rains ana the bad con
dition of the roads. ' A lum p of cold weigh
ing twenty-ope pounds has been picked up
in the Southern mines, and stories of lumps
twice tnai : weight ruia ready credence with
hundreds who are Imping to get a few-just
such pieces. Within the next two months
the emigration from San Francisco to - the
gold regions be very extensive.' Almost
every other mn is forming his plans to de
part as soon at the weather will iustifv.
' Fbnr 'newspVpers' are! prin'tey ,' in ' Sap
r rancisco, anu a nun is soon 10. oe .com
mencea. une theatre is in onneratinn
wttiMktt'ki: The new
customhouse u. to be handsome iron bull
w 1 .
sozeo i - ine legisiaiur . U 1 busily ' al
wtrkr ' The State has been: dWded Hsu
names of the counties. ' The' homes ts ad
. 1 11 Iks I .AmlMI11.
Wstmal insist that iesld feantiiiff hi t&st feeion
srilf bentlle.iiys that & number
of yers sincein,eft,1vere dil eovwe i I Inthe
t .a ' sir 7.1. ' .s..mS r.. a wk v.
it r Panainar and afterM)elnir workei
awhile, were abandoned in consequence of
natnmkannthv ot the natives, anu uieir
dislike to labor, in aaaiuon o o
X!A that ahont two miles from San
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Bartolreeia th,Mountainof,tle Block of
hTi.' . i S -:J JA l.aff.
ooia, wuence a ajiidb man ir ow
hewn out-reolumn-of gold nnd-where -an
other is said ta exist, which remains to be
verified.- About five leagues ,beyondj Sjn
B , is the Rio de los (udios, nbauq soeiy
by Indians, who- never epproacb Panama
and are said to- unssea much -koM. sj.One
league nearer Panama is , the; rillage .ami
river Mariorieta:. whence that finest. gold
dust is procured, 22 carats fine, which sells
in Panama for lsl8 prr ounce. ,.r. Specimens
Lof it may be seen in Jfanama u? 7iiaoi-9
- Northern Press oh M.' Webstm
SpKKCH.Mr. Webster's Speech Commands
a IsVg share of notice in the,;-buhIio; press
at the North. 7 Hie tiHowinif from tneuos-
ton Traveler, of the 17th, is all (hat has yet
flnmk In liSHrt frnm At aaetllltf J J: It ' i
e8ki0ff pf u,e felegtaphie accdunt
, difficult tn learn from it the ;exaet
. . . . . . . a,
bearing of Mr. Webster's speech' lit rtpH
resents him fct hexing said - some things
... nrarej to believ" he
aia nv ,-t lnt without jnaterialntiatifiea
1,;. - ,.. M. nllirtint' o.tl enmmcndi,
t.tio,, 0f Mr. Webster' speech; and partietf-
ar, lU remMks that X wit Calculated (o
g.ve the Unlon.is wholly : inexplicable.-
But the rep
, Th. Rl
port is not such as to justify ' any
. :The Boston Traascript says:
,,t CMnot be denied that the -speech of
ntr. vtenneriias prouucea mnen surprise,
-nj .i:i j;-.-i;.f-oit-inA..i.Ufi-
Tve Uie. A,, admits as' "much as
more c,, by U-e prvmwert press, thnid'"'
'otherwise, ui it the . . Courier say si
lugitve slaves, and we ttust that.' witrl his
,na.Ttu cnih Kill umII lunWilr''
people ef every State, to fnlfil, In lliis re
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spect, their constitutional obligations.
The Journal of Commerce, independent,1
is in-raptures with tbe speech, and says: -
-! 'The whole eonntry has eaese to' thank
Mr. 'Webster tor his faithfulness and -'courage
in making these declarations, and oth
ers like' them, knowing, as he muStdo thai
from a considerable fraction of his -constituents
he will, for so doing, he branded as
enemy both le 'God and man." t-a
- The Tribune of Friday', simply tiiysf '
f 4That those who were fools enough ' to
suppose that Mr. Webster woild pjopose
ma rxunniuB ut iua raissoun IHie TO tlie
Pacific, or any other compromise of thai
sort, will find themselves disappointed.
On Saturday, however, the Tribune has
a long article on Webster "and slavery.
Tha speech ta thus charactrrised;
.' We do not criticise- the manner' of Mr.
Webster's speech we do not find fault with
its details; all that is of minor consequence.
It is' its substance that we pronounce une-
qual to the occasion and unworthy of its
autnor." .. f jj i ji '..i. . .ist
The decraration of' Mr. Webster 'that
Northern States and their citizens are mor
ally bound to aid in the recepture of fugi
tive slaves is attacked, though the' exist
enceaf snch a demand on the 'face - of the
constitution is aoknowled. t The' law ' is,
however, maintained to be in advance,' or
rather in contradiction, of public senti
ments, and therefore impossible to be exe
outeo.' - 1. r. - ; r- '. "i .
The Sun, neutral, thus sneaks of Mr
Webster's speech : :-.,r.: i
: "He has placed his collossal shoulder to
the wheel of the Union. His stands, is a
tipode to that of Mr. Calhoun, and is stron
ger, inasmuch as it is based upon th Intel-
igem conviction 01 lour-nitns ot the "Amer
ican people, as well as upon immutable
principles.' ,;-:. ; r.-i .)?
1 he fluladelphio Pennsylvanian. ' demo-
cratie, says or ivir.. Webster's speech) '
'We have read it with prnfoimd nleaa
ure. His speech 111 the present crisis may
be justly regarded as eminently bold, and
to the point.. He-tramples the proviso, 'or
as he calls it, Mhe Wilmot, underfoot.1 with
every expression of scorn and contempt. -
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naeven aenes ine uisiructions "r federal
Massachusetts, and offers the onen hand oft
inenosuip 10 ine soutn.; iv honor him for1
his intrepidity, and hope the result will be,
as we have no-doubt it will be. favorabU tJ
.a . - . t- " I
tue cottsutauon ana the Union.'',!; ;n v;
hlrt a large city ,lik NewJYetki'fneonfiU
verv Kvnrraii. mina tneir own business, and
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do not peep into their neighbor's keyholes.
Onelof ; those houses which contain tnifrvi
families, vasdiscarered to be od. fire in the
an rapped loudlr atilthn doonaA lenant
of Umtonrth story hokeduout of tha wmJ
aew ana as area what, waa wanted :
-rf'Youn house is on fii1 Th- first story
i U in. blaa,SMd th watohmao r.-
.yary,wU,'? Said the tenant drswintr !n
hit head, 44oii ihe peon ta that live thatsn it
is none otmyj business 1 se I oocupytthe'l
a . a -9 -
lower- story, some Ume.egoATle w.teho wh'ich ib 'MMiSSS
cr r y -47reiif eeWe jrtws fat.Rsr:
DlPQRTANfcE "$05l D r ' A0C A :
v The sreat increase of commerce ' .sen O'reJ
gon and I.FciflQJ,ha.ls4 tf $ $ntrj
of a new and &he entrance to u mvL,m .bf
ColoabiaiverTbe -Southara. P4t AJt,
called, has boretotor been tepraseotsd to be lay.
practicable. If en&eedtonhtf teteiesfrcf
taitt parties, tonnakejlua rv pnseotaticiU '
STt time ago a ship was aichareAin.lbrft
I ia dragging her , anehors durira-' v.
waa carries br force of Wind intftth
entrance The officers the vessel, f ..... t
she was, as they'faptted.tt Vispb 3-
mi umv Jir msstsV and Ldeserteorher'. 2 Stra. 4 .
to say, the hulk floated c' Wely'Jirgfi 'tM , . 1 "
dangerous nut; and went bolo s.ea,'v"-' : . i
Subsequenuy 10 inis, a r renen -vesiei, .
ern pass, to an appearance oj iar m oest, t-tuck
in and feltber wav Vpn WwJy , with lead.
If we are informed right! j.'Uie least Waiihkh
they found wa. six JiabomsiJcT ..l-bSA;.''-.
To be sure UH pass.mayi pe . rocayk aaa sn
may,bysome,hppy aeefdeat, have lallef directly 4
into the best channeirbut" thisonly shows, that alt
that is needful to make: tha? aeiitherft totwiee
the more feasible of the, two is proper anrvty
and skilful pilots. We vnderslafldrhat I mtssii- ,
res are now being-token to accpplislf these obt'
iects. and we cannot but roMrtatWt our Beieh- ;
fbors in Oregon upo -b, good . fortune. mto
which they so happily fallan. .'(( ml'. I ,
The news contained is barely of general Inter
est, but we are pleased to note a reaction in the
agricultural prospects of our sistef! territory.
Here citizens are returning fron .the; plater of
this country, enriched by a-summer of svecets.
Hi! gold digging, and attenUonr is now.'Ming di
rected to tlie settlement and improvement if her
broad and fertile landsky hosa daring
the. nravaiienoa of Ihe-gald msaia tiavo eonaeeei
but little to the slabih'tjnQf jOjegon afiairs, or
permanarey of herprospecisw T ;fHl VOKl
0"0n e very oold. wiot er nighf,i n one, 0 f
r s -j ' r
ourtfodnrry to wn,' a yonng"' conple heated
by the anient passion,' 'resolved to lave'
themselves spliced and so proceeded to
have it' dbne- ' When ;1hey arrired it (fc
minister's he (iad retired, and,' pokirg'lni
hesd'oht of the window - declined Tterftm
in? the ceremony that nichf ?Tuat ' wenlf
Jo pars6n,r said the yonng man, tre lahtl
don't eome down we'll ponnd the ttloor in
What was to be done- ? He" Pit?ier,'lik4
the idea of going down' stiirr In the roll
norof having hri door broken m; At fast an
idea-struek lifm. ' He 161d the, MrpT?
stand out before1'' the' -window; and Sold
hands. He tKen prbeesded-i.
Outorthis window,-tEhr stormy weather1,
1 1 join this man and weanrr together ''-.i .ou
.' None but lie seek ritlaa the , thander-i -"
; Shall break thiamanand vroirmi atserl t? '
'iPWhfifl dishonest bankrnplf seit'&'aV
est neot manP Hiftils totprielb.'-'' !ti
:' .b2& ' il 1 - W
The proceeding of (he meeting hr Caleaiet
were received toe late for publication (his week.
'On account ef the sickness ef Wa." PiextM
the publisher, but IHtft rTgkwl maftet cmild be4
setup rVthe paperhis;weelv fj. , . -
Dutkwg a Rutland. A fellow'iil Tt&
ginia, baring whipped bis" wife, wnfateir
to Tiverand dueled bysomeorhijrnetgtw
bors. i He sned for damages: bot the rarTil
after retiring for a few minotes rererneoV'
the tollowug verdict,-'' to 'wit j-Verditr of
the juiyert Arm rijAf. John Simpson?
Foreman.r: --'? '-? jai. f.-j?to -
Ct ' - ' ...r1 tl3tsl9j
PROCEDINGS OF THE JUMON MECT15G
' Thexitizens of SU; Louis.deeming it;. it
and properdin view, of. the .threats, wlucle
have . been made in certain quarters to 'dis
-.ii- :i. ' t! j
cu uib . udiou ,jq oeuving propec
that their .opinion should be expressed
in some public and effective manner, assesan
bled Mass Meeting inrespectiye of petty
at the Rotunda on Monday, the 8th insU
Upon motion of Mr.'McPberson,iH. S '
Geyer, Esq was called to preside and CeJ
John O'Fallon, Judge, Montgomery B)sir '
James IL Lucas, Judge., John M,, KruaSs.
Kenneth Makenzie Wayman CrowOlivetL
D. Filley, Isaac H. Sturgeon, Robt Camp
bell, John SvMcCune, and John F. Darbyt
were appointed Vice Presidents andThomaf
Piiillips, . Thomas . Yeatman, ood Georg.
Khapp were appointed Secretaries.. n
On motion of Josr B. , Crockett, Esq
committee of thirteen were. annotated (s
draft resolutions expressive- ofthe fense of
the meeting on the subject 'which had-
brouo-ht it lncrpllr , Tl. Pti! .r.nn;.l.
tit following gentlemeni; , ;i..t :, 'Uf ft
jos. i-rpckeit, Isaac, H. SUirgeon-va1!
m. im. uicriierson. n . ni. iieicnt. 1-1.
uamble, Montgomery Blair. Thomas Har '
.. ... . - T- CT " . I-
Philips, and Wayman Crow, wlw) reported j'
the following preamble , andesoltttkma:
which were unanimoiwly adopts it
Cherishing, as we dti, a' sincere; attaeh-
ment to thjp Union, tht.peoiuV ;Lais
hre, witnessed with ptofouiid; reffret- tbs
In Congrefs, growing ou ef,eodcpilqted.
irsmn nmnsnaxsa a z j . sr l:.
f.iu "r?. .i
1 -vaa ccyoq leaiOfiuie sp
W aHalraa tit. fL.?a .l " A - -
T" r M0 "ptfitjOi stiniaarance aw nq
ttil con session, which, ii one of the atroftgw
4st bonds f fhyfiM&fa)iM.4$
decide.. upcntiejsiotiveRofllisssi whether
ili thaNr 1 nr'fv th Sniih'a,knl.Ulmi
this trahtj-i state of affairs. ' But waatavs