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I II KM U VI(.IH!rE IS THE PRICF. OF MHtRTT.
MDIANAPWii SEPT- ft, !!;.
Our T4 IUIS.
The follow ing will hereafter bo Um permanent terms ,
of the lV. tildlltltn Statr S,ittin,l
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(ErftjwetS to be made alwavs in advance. i 3 sasmuun .
One copv, one year, " $2.00 Kali of l&tl cillicM -
Three ecenca, dm year, ft. 0 '' "J JJg eo" "
Win Fallul I SI 1 cullectid
Ih ,vc copte?, one v-ar, MW Ka: of g4a coetUi .
Ten copie, one year, 15.011 WnUeref lSi2-3 collected
I ireatj copies, one rear, directed to one persea, 3U.U0 w uner nf 1343 I collected
refill l " n i'i-t j
(Published tlinc limn a week linn r the scsi(n.)
n ropv. ft.0fl Throe rop.fs. UjHMSJ
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From pcirtirul ir infurnntion rwrivnl hi Him nnVr, w it in mir
mlvrsaml the pnblir tu withdraw all our traveUiaf SSJMKJm, SMStiaf, Sttmmci of IM4 collected
ili.tt l Ks Tu tu, ;ui'l ;!., all arrriiiiyiiirnU he rrlolWe made wiih SuOMSJSS of lb 45 Collected
White WUff Canal.
We bavc received tbc 44 General Report of the
rendition and business or tbc White Water Valley
Canal Conmany, July, liO," by S. W. P. hkkRi Pre-
itdeut. It appears Horn tins report tbat llie isoodition
and business of the ('ana! is highly prosjtcrous, and
does credit to the President and Directors.
The annexed table exhibits the aggregate lolls col
lected by tli! I 'ompany sinco they assumed the canal.
Win er i-f 1845 6 collet t, -1
Spring of IS 13 c -llcctrd -
inj; of lb4l c, Reeled -
Spiing uf Ib45 collected -
8 ig of 1816 collected -
Summer of 1843 collected
tin; Weitrin t.'uliiv.itor," ami ' Spectator." far as its old irrn e r
w.w concerned. With Ute new conductor of ilie j rjr, i.o arrange-
uirnt hive l.-?i m -V.
Aug. I-, 1-1 - :w O A. fc J P. (.'IIAP.M A.N.
a wiiwiw oi laorii John II MM CIL Important from Vera Cram.
The present prime mm iter of England addressed! The United States btenmship Mississippi arrived at
his constituents, on the 8th ult., upon his re-election, Tcntac. la on the 10:h ult., in four and half days
and (old then plainly, in allusion to the corn laws, fronr Vera Cruz.
"that th8 legislature is incapable of ttorfvf the in-! An encounter had taken place on the 7th instant,
ilustry of the people." botween a jwirtion of oar squadron and the Mexicans,
"It if not, he nid( ti tottte Choose to represent it, nt t',p P"rt AiTtrndo. ComoHdore Conner had
a Mi'vv.l.i iiirl...! it..... ....-J .. tr..,., r n,..1 C..,.-,F.,i on frei! tlto vii;uii-tiins rrinreton .-in, l imIm! .,t; nmf i . ... . ....
, j " ...... .......,, . - - - . . "f 1 luxury are li-Millv taxrt w iile urtuiosot m-ci-s-it v
'.v! 11 """'inj; more man say mjr, nunmiy ana , - l" -y aiauu, tor me pur- ;ld lnosc u . ct tl us hesviltf
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The Whigs, says the New York Globe, are sjfajrs
preaching about protection to American labor,' and
teeming tjm Democratic party of legisleting gainst
it. The late Tariff Uill is cited by them as an in
stance in point ; but let our readers look at the follow
ing table, and see who tao labor the hardest. It
will be found, on examination, that tho arli los of
modest) j, there are questions of legislation which IP08 of cutting out some vessels tbat were moored
1 40, 109 6",
-' ii, inn i iiu'iiiMi-n 'A.i 111 I ii 1 1115 III nil" , i i ..
., , - , i, AI Cambridge, -
premises the delays and the difficulties el our Mexi- .t CoossiiTflls -
can War, tlecub that we COald not le ready for an At Lauicl,
luv as. on of Bit lico N't' re the lirst tf Septemhef. For ,t Breokvtlle, -
this he was branded aith tmtmrdScet grmmmmt and Ar Harrisoa,
every thing which could be desised to' deMrov his Al L"w.ccboigh,
well earned repntatinn). Brootvilk Americtm.
(rrTne lat sentence of the above is utterly na
U-. . It was not f.r decidina about lbs liase when
our army should rommenre the attaek on the
It will be nticrd that mor; than one-fourth of that
sum was collected during this last spring.
The w hob; amount was collected as follows:
- f4.4SO 46
- 2,916 5S
- 3,14s $4
- ltj,142 35
- 10 699 30
- 3,022 61
we are competent to decide: but as to directing ti e
industry of the country, of diverting the markets of
the country, arid uf telling the people how they shall
employ their labor, when they shall buy, and at what
time they shall sell, tint is a subject upon which the
legislature can do notbing cheers, J and upon which
the w isest House of Lords or the most virtu -us House
of Commons that ever existed, cannot leaLnlate as
well as the butcher, the farmer, and the artisan, in
their own markets, and in their own shops.' Loud
If this great principle is suitable to 60 old a mon
archy as England, it is still more adapted to the genius
uf a free, a young, an enterprising, and inventive peo
ple, owning such vast quantities of vacant territory,
and s bounding with such a variety of climates soils,
The Company have collected water rents as folloirs :
Diirini the fill of 1S42, -
Daitagj the Winter and Spring of 1S42-3
I )u i 1 1 : .t l Ii Sii - ii nn r i n t U'- 1 1 . .f 1 S 1 'I
Mexicans, that General Scott was cond-min d, but j During lbs W intsi end Sutten of 1843-4
for rtftmms to take command of the armv in Umilt! ,he su-r.mer and Kail of is44, -
D Ii,. i, tl-... i w. : t ii -
for fear .t wou.d injure h.s frtsvkntf ,,, :, , S(Jmmf ., ai;. 1S,V .'
Clat and Huns o Protection. Mr. Clay, in
hs last speech in the Senate, in 14, just before be
resigned, said :
" In England, as all who have read the able report
of Mr. Hume, a Scottish member in the lloiie of
there under the protection of the guns of the fort.
Unfortunately, neither nf the steam vessels could get
in, ow ing to the shoal ness of the harbor, and the
undertaking bad, therefore, to bo abandoned on the
Sth, without succeeding in its object The Prtnceton'
and the Mississippi, however, were enabled, from
their position, to bring their heavy metal to bear on
the enemy's works on shore, and succeeded la a short
time in silencing the guns, and battering down the
fort. No oarnage was sustained by any of the vessels
of the squadron in the attack.
The revolution in Vera Cruz in favor of Santa Ana,
of w hich we had previous intelligence by way of Ha
vana, is confirmed by this arrival. It 'i ilao Stated
that a similar revolution had simultaneously broken
out in the city of Mexico, the results of which were
not definitely known at the time of the Mississippis
sailing. No mention is made of the arrival of Santa
Ann at Vera Cruz, and the presumption is that he
had not arrived, as the British packet in which he
was to sail from Havana would not probably leave
there before the morning of tho Oth, making bis
arrival at Vera Cruz improbable before the 15th or
i i , i . . ...
iiM-iaucuoiy occurrence, and one w hu b cast a
scheme, for declaring that he thought he should
take care of his own interests before those of tht
nfry, and talking about conquering the CIHWlidl
in his rear br-f re lie assaik-d thse itt front, & e. Ste.
It was for this display of weakness that lien. Scott
was almost universally condemned and censured, as
he ought to have been. The 'American " knowi tl i -
During t!it Winter and Bpting itf is 15-6,
rVltllltl 1.1 I ll I.I. .11 il . nil ... tirt ! ... !-.. . . .1" li.lir n ...
,, , . 1... ....... . IK' IIU-7 VH IIIV, III . I . .1 ..I . ' JI J III Uli'
lo be the eise, and should be ashamed to misrepresent : ;,m,arv
the matter as it rbn's. The American goes on to say :
M Bul tUSSr, which levels and rectifies all errors, is
lat rloveloping his tnisdum and foresight. )lv will
Commons, must perceive, they seen to be giving opln1000 uv r tue squadron, took place on the night of
specific duties ; and the tendency on the public mind j f'"' era Cruz. A sail was observed in the
1,049 00 seems to be, instead of having a variety of specific ,,,,m- lUr (,:,y previous, which afterwards proved to
I 268 50 ; duties and a variety of ad valorem duties to have one ,M t!, M- Mary s; a boat was manned from the Mis
f25 S2 permanent, fixed rate f r all duties. 1 am w illing to sissippi and n.t to sea, for the purpose of overhauling
adhere to this great principle in the compromise act." ,lie re8C,i nu' 111 ;i violent squall it was capsized, and
And what did .Mr. Hume, this Scottish member of I MMsiapinan Wingate Pillsbury, of this city, and a
rr, . .. k a , seaman, were drowned.
me noiise oi commons, say in : Aiier snowing Th,.,,,l roiti..,.r ...i i ,
, , , , , , . m aau t., ... , , , ai iu cuihji i. en ee were,
u.iyj r5 iiuii iuu jvojMij oi orcui urnuiu, iiumi i -) 10 1511,
The tggregate water power now leaser! is $8,255 had paid fifteen millions of pounds sterling on the
t.er annum tho whole rent of which will be running article of sugar by way of protection, be said :
itll I.,.. V. .... lL J.ia O J J I
v.'! ' " m if thi wa8 not ploodef nf the people by law for , " ""V"7' ,r , eoBÄ00ia "
he revenue account ,s made up to the first of Tone ; tho ,M.ne,t of he .hould like tO know ''' &oto f9 ' "ly expected at
'ltwll...-..t.llt..rirkr.....k,-....r (I til. .1 . ...... I.. II... .L.nln ' ........... I - II I , ,
., I ill ..I'll ,1,11, , . I , I I al . I ' v III llll' ,11. I 1 .1 - '., 1, It 1 , ,,
. i wi.iii was piuuuer. ne wotiiu sav pui ill euu to pro
I : i... .1 :r i u . u... .i.. : 1
in view of the fatal Catastrophe, passed by the officers
of the .Mississippi.
We have since seen a letter sddramcd to a gentle
man in this city, trom t'ensacola. It is there stated
Vera Cruz, and
that one hundred rruns had been tired at the Castle of
yet tome cut I f this difficulty with ins Hag waving
above all opposition. It has been a trying ordeal.
and his reputation WIU be brightened by the test
I hi- toll., f r ix months prist to firt June are -
Water rest ptioi to list June are
S turpi at of l-t Jannaey, a,itl stbtf piufu items. -
our evnerienee in the ruloction ,,f iloties frnm Iftlü ' ' ' 1 mw 'usequen. e
,3i 39 , 1 oi i i i . Mutt he should take pert in the war snai
7; -iu ,n the present time, (lsll,) he tlctied anv person to n . V , , V
-llJl find an instance of relaxation uf protecUon-tba1 is ',1,"s-, HewiH, Imwever, I think, bavt
out of a had svstem into a aood one. Looking at all
Articles of Luxury. 1842. 181.
Wine Champaigns 12 M
Carpets Turkey 23 30
Uloves ( o ii'l. :nfii real kid 22 30
real French buck 13 3D
Pnprr Gilt ü5 30
Silk Pocket hdkfs. nads from fine üilk 16 'J5
Flannel Silk ami wool flannels, costing
1 00 the Mpjare yard 14 30
8ardine, and other fish prepared in oil 20 40
Gems Pearl and precious atones when set 7 30
J welry-Composed of gold, silver, or platSM 20 30
Furniture of satin wood 30 40
Silk velvets 20 25
Pastes Cosmetics and perfumes 25 30
irticre$ of necessity.
Iron Blacksmith's hsnunSfS and sb dges f)2 30
Smoothing irons, used by hat'ers and tailors 66 30
Gloves Wagoners and reaping gloves 'JO 30
" Women's imitation kid 7 0 30
Salt J6 30
Common silk hilkfs. costing $1 50 lot the
pises of 7, and WSSjUSUg 8 ounces 50 25
Pins Called pound or mixed pins 53 30
Velvets " Cottas 36 30
Shifting Onatisnj 6 cents per yard 'JÖ 30
Calico Costing 12c per yard 60
Anvils 45 30
Wool Coarse manufactured 5 20
( hi the above named thirteen articles of luxury the
tantl of 1-1"J imposes sn average duty of onlv nine
teen per cent.; but the act of I-vlti makes then, pav a j .
duty of nearly thirty-five per cent. Again ; the th.r- HI Z
MtUUa .. a: - tn ,cn, iVc,
inn ill vi u s 01 1 1 n . 'i'ii r 10 i inr . : . .
l.r.trf ,.., ;,;', 2 IT Careful Should we be of our words, when we shall
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; ... l n : i.n . . have to account for"
mg 10 nit- vutHucruiK uiii 01 iit, mey pav onlv
about twentjf-eigki H-r cent.! It strikes us, as "it does
most other persons of common sense, that if the people
of this country are ever ruined by bad law s, those laws
will be passed by the whigs, and that the welfare of the
Capital ltiiiisini, nt.
Ib the Editors f the Stole Scntinci:
Gf.n tlcmev : Since w riting my last, and Ix foro
the publication of il reichet! me, yuiir Weekly of the
27th of August was received. In that is a long arti
cle from the "Christian World," signed "J. W. P.,"
on the subject of Capital Punishment, opposing the
infliction of it, which you pay is "conclusive" on the
point discussed, and that "it annihilates the impious
Mrotnvt T ' t T . ! 1 1 1 f i s 1 1 1 no f f 1 t 1 1 1 1 r . . 1
lliu l 1 ' 1 1 i 1 0111 .me hi a. rim,ioutU
and required by the Divine Law." Its being intro
duced w ith such a flourish, caused me to read it very
carefully. fy view? of its powers of annihilation
w ill be disclosed as I proceed in llus discussion, in
which I contemplate reviewing all the arjmiv nt tlit.f
is in it. I may also notice some other matters con
tained in it.
But betöre I proced further, I w ih to notice some
matters contained in your introductory notice to that
article. You say :
'It seems tons that those who contend that the
Divine Law is based upon ihc hilish principle of
Kkvk.N'.k, no more towards the inculcation of infidel
sentiments, than all the infidels in the world could do
of themselves." The italics and capitals are your
With all due submission, gentlemen, let me ask
you who taught you that revensC is a bnffgfl principle!
It must indeed have been some w iseacre. It was cer
tainly not any body who ksew anv thing about it.
Why do I say so"? Because VENGEANCE IS
MINE! afa the L,,,d. Put you say it is hell's !!
Here is a d.rect issue between you and the great I
AM. I, tor one, think it safer to take bis word than
yours, though by so doing I bee mm . in vour view,
obnoxious to the charge of inculcating " inti.de senti
meats. An inspired christian writer has said that
"the Lord lerne shall lc refCS led from le aven, with
his nighty angels, in naming firr r 1 ' t" 1 t aaeutnec on
them that know notGod and obey not the Gospel, tit.
vocabulary, then, he will be revealed from hea-
carrying out a befitsi frirndfie! How
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lection by degrees, if they would ; but do it, and get '-" ' uicipnuon 01 nie arnvai. it is
P J IS C'll. 11 .n nli.m,., ......: . !
"m' v. minium me i unner a iiiietu ion loinaue nim
prisoner on his arrival, in consequence of lus avowal 1
strains! the I'nited
Ti tal pp'liN,
Deduct unci lletttd Tolls and Water
K res, -
due t;mo we intend to republish Ins plan of opera- ("' l,r( 1 ' 'ecs aild expenses,
10ns for this nun if." : Reka "
(16,856 45 reduction of import duties that did not extt
, commerce and promote the interest of the cotintrv
; well as the comforts of the consumer
nannla r ,1 i 11 e 1 n . o n na nu . a nu eecuie t nein too ;
people ami the glory ot the Kc public are sale only in ,1 , , 1 1 1 .
the IrmiiM nf tuJ r . , , , . Bay that that Cod w ho, accordiii" t
tue keeping ot the Democratic party. Look at the ,, r , r , as D - 11
duty on channiagnc! , t hat t I " J . N !., could not aveng
every word" to him to whom
vengeance belongs !
Though this is not the part of the d:.-eussion in
which I wish to take up and consider vengeance and
revenge, and the right the Lord has to hold them m
his own band-, and execute them too; yet I will Jure
our notion and
ienge the caiw if
the righteous, the innocent, and the unoffending, would
be very illy qualified to mesa this sinful world of
C 1. .. 1 1. 1 i : .e.
ii.iiiKiiiti .ii'ii, nim 11 iis i in." iini'rse. in inen art'
- $l3,oi3 50
The Company own $19,430 of Stock, which has
lu-rn received in payment for real estate; deduct this
It would be hard to strike the balance between the
real faNitv and the annarent credulav of Ihene ana. An'1 ,l lcavei a ncl P,pfit f,md of
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tenccs. The writer must have labored under a strange
I1.-1 i.iii'liia .nil. 1 .et us .-eo. lien. Nrntf. we Ii Iievi. 1
the army !
two hundred miles trom its mouth, ami for weeks -N"rntK?r 01 polls, 1,447, an increase ol IÜ4U over here applauded, and I joined m it r.glit heariilv
have been usinir the undisputed naviaation of that l-l-1- n( hundred and firty individuals and firms
fOPOLATIOU OF P LOKIDA. The increase of tl
UiailS , ,. m- . . ' r I '1 - i ..niiinnm .....in, .ii.!. 11 1. .- mi. uiiiMi.T, 111 llllltliniv
M.d the! M(1 Mf',co 1,1 "oiiH small port where we have popowtiou ot Florida may be judged from the follow- rebel intcUigencies of much higher order and wptnot
try as ' f? VLC''S- JbM ,s substantially all the news she j big facts, obtained by a traveller by linpiiries among 1 power. It is as necessary that there be such an exhi-
! nriiigs, III1U, u ,ru,-, ue may expect ir.m sanui Ana s
j firmness and deeisi m of character, that he n ay pro
j long the war, and give our troops another chance of
1 . n
CtrA correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, gddinff to tlreir laurels
writing from Edinburgh, Scotland, gives a sketch of T1C Congress of Mexico i.n pansed a law autho-
I speech recently made m that city by Pie eeWntated , rising the President to issue letters of marque against
several families. I bite 11 of the justice and power of God a is displavcd
"Mrs. C. lu.s twenty-four children nine sons and m reJ,c5 11 1S t,,at tmsn should bo auch
fifteen daughters. Six of her daughters arc married :m Mbiltttl0B of h, lovc and " s i"do m the
and one of them has eight children, another four " The righteous shall retoice when bssnslh
another two, another two, end another one. Mrs. s! lbc which Cod takes on the wicked he
has six daaahtera marned. two nf .,1 I.,... ti,,' wash his feet in the blood of the arched.1 "(
Macaulet, whose admirabk esaays in the Edinburgh American commerce, such letters to be issued directly teen children each, two have twelve each one bus n,,rr"i!" saw you und Mr. ' J. V. 11." "Can it be
A A - - m s t " I I 1 1 1 1 it. fa "" .
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.. .. ... . ! 110.11 in e ,,-Me iiuiouiu 01 ,o.-K paid in, ami the net eview i-ive rentiere, his nm famnna The .t.. VJ tHC awcriiuicnv ur uy 11s nguuis in loreign coun- nine, and another etrrbt. Mr K l, Cnri,,,,,,,.),;!. po-sime mat in- rtrm ous t n,u in s-mg xeugcanre
atnni ine army migm ne concern rates on IOC ram aforesaid will make a dividend on th hat. P ... , ... .... tries. The President had Published n decree in eon- 'dren lUnf!.;.. 1. ' ' takenthat "hellish" nrineiuln net Sa eentäf KmA
.. , . 4. , , c u 1 .1 .1 1 , . m Cm cimuge 111 tue .t.iiiirv niacetl 1. 1 111 in power ?is "lav- c . 11 , . . . . . . ; - v.. uio.-en vcars oi age. . 1 . ------
Gmnde abjut the first ol September; and the three and one-halt per cent, lor the half vear, and . (. , r , J ... . fortuity to this law. which with ins; ructions to carry Mrs. D has sixteen children. Mrs N hua tuentv. nral"i here can there be any use t.f thk 1UJ
OcUer, if we are not mistaken, wns the timei surplus of 1,329 22. .,,1, ami uro 11 nc retain not tbe purposes of Congress, was forwarded by the three. Mrs. S. eleven Mrs Mc(' fourteen Mrs UQ " tting this -hellish" principle to ansk!
. I ; his sent Ol I ' 1 '.: 1 m n Man .Iw.r t' .r l-'.l .,! r . U ttmUlmm. ii, " 'v.ui iv. n. .,11. H I..:.. ,
h hv urn f.r th - II. etive aiUnnee ,,1 the rmt- ' ...v.. ..u,.,u... - u, n iimm m n. .U. SCVellteen. Mrs. I. fourteen. Mr- i: ...,. 1 lii-p.reu l aiuusi answers oil antl viV.;
must, be by a new election. To this end he addressed I" I he city of Mexico there were, at last accounts,
wi.-.t I... a -1 - - Valuation ok I.wt.i.t.. Then mount nf hrrurti
ww v v v.. i, I-, , ... f" I ' 7 i I. 1 u ti i .i
. . . 1 j i c .i , i . . , his constituents and in the course of his irutarh lM" -"'' troops, ailU mere w as SOII10 intention
It has been assemb ed on the P.o (irr.nde asse-sed in this city f m the year l-t, is. real estate. ,UN c "c. m llie course ot Ins speech
, . - : i . II I......I .1 .: . i ii-iii- u unnuv-i i iJiii'.
a month. We have obtained and bold perseaal, f&,443,oeM-l.4al, 8l'JilV , , . "1 na tu u great evens -
,. . . . . . . winch I rn vine nee I H hrruirrhl min il,ii. . 11 . . na '.., !
ss.onof a large p;ir, of the province, 4 W, being an increase ot about half a in. lliou over relajettiinn. sf iauwa am hrmmuL ami an h ri. ' 'J UNPAEALLBLEO ATROCITY. It is stated in an I
v e are ina-iurs 01 me iei .xorte lor ' a i-."- i" cnti on me im . wiih l'i ir Kirtsut' n. th- Ait tt',rts. The whole crowd r 1 " i,,1"-. um oiuiuut mercury, on mo auinori-
l. . 1.1 MB 1... Laa I. - . l....t I 1 1
mi. in 11 uy ii- 1 mi uuBuaiiu inarncu a w Mower
ofj with nine, and has n.ne bv second marriage twentv-
seven in all.
i s as a basia fof fuitbet operations in the interior,
ami all ih.s, as the Union reniaks, befitt the day sog-!
I I ul bj Scott for the concentration of our army oal
I M bah!..- of the RioGffnjnjt! Tbess facts, instead
of developing Scott" wiadom and mtasight, de-,
inonsTrate his want of both; and by the time the,
"American" recnisaa the news of the aanvnsseatnnad
doings of the different divisions of our army up to the
first of S 'piember, to ans nothing of the first of Octo- I
ber, he n ill find it to be another 44 hasty plate of soup" j
to his unfortunate thenjgh favorite General and can
didate for the Presidency. At about that time ScottS
"plan of operations for this summer'' would be in
( fttitMWt no doubt !
Death of Rkv. Vincent HAf gt elin. In a post
s npt in part of our last Weekly edition, we announced
pay a tax of fifty dollars and upwards. Total valua
tion of the Cbrpoaatioaa is SjSy222,600 tax,
V) ns follows :
Applftun Company :i :jf,o
Boat Cotton Mills fi.Trj
Hamilton Company H.io
Law I IKJ Company 8, loo
l.owi ll Klearbrry ;,s
Lowfll Mat bine .h.'ji 2 B60
Lowell Company 3635
I k. iii'l " 0 . - p;3
Msssachnsstis Cotton Mill 6,740
Mcrrimach Company 1 1.SO0
Middleaei Compnny 4,2no
Precit Company 1,750
.siillilk Company ; ;uiO
Tretiiont Mills 3,360
We remember this same town of Lowell, then called
I hehnsford, but comparatively a few years ago, when
Wonls of kindne
are sweet musi
"So that a man shall siy verily there is a reward
for the righteous : verily HE is a Cod that imlsBth
in the earth. Psalms Uni.: Id, 11. It is ne
eessary that Cod prove to man that he rewards the
Pi BTOBT. Some vears ago Roaer M. Sherman and r'-r',t' OI,s. :,,ul that '" J'rcs or discriminate in this
tin , ,i. c i . . . earth between good and evil, right and wrong,
1 errv Smith, ot Connecticut, n'ere opposed to each . i 7. i, r
1 1 1 righteousness and uiirigliteousness. Again sav the
other as advocates in an imnortant case hpforp a court i'..i...;.. w L. , , , , i.,i un
- IQ.I pat i . . . 1 iiiniii-i, ..iivii"i.iiMiiiiii,:ii,.iint-ii-vinert;
Zl JS: I ? of March, giving some account of the tattles last I of justice. Smith opened the case with a violent and is their God 1 let him be kn nvam m the heathen ba
' J n ' ; , cemoer, on me Daoxs oi trie suth'j, mil on me foolish tirade nffainst S!.ermrm's tvlitieal ehnraeter our sight Of tht mmnin t t'n I ,t ,.f hu tvnn
Sherman rose very composedlv and remarked ' 1 " 'hirh " !t'.'lr7 1ö' lxx,x-: ,0- Cod e-mld no mo
ty of I letter from a private, Jobs Lum, dated the
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,11 "t i . ii- - . i iwriiius eucceuuiiiK me o.itiie oi me jo i, me
lr irnn i'V .nun iiimi.iiI ii niiriii.fin i . t .- " tmmv
Mi.vvuiiii I'm m...' , u7 iiiiuciri , ... ...
of the government, 1. To perfect the reform as to the ; örlUM fJ,,1(Jlr'i r l gtg all fie prison
corn laws. ". Togo generally against monopolies,
which benefitted the few at the expense of the many.
'A. To endeavor, by 'onciHation to trnnquilliae Ireland,
by reconciling feuds of classes, and effecting such
changes as the law would allow in introducing a bet
ter relation between landlord and tenant. 4. To aim
lim 1-v .kit lno rvlii roti r ', '. . l....n f I
,i 11 ... K a t . m . . UWM III iii.t uiuiuoo nic'n iw hit.- iiiiiimii iu II i V
s hall Hot i lls-cns's im itica n ith llr STit.itk k..C.. 1. .. 1 J
- " - ".iivu .in .hi. t.iniiii mwc uns jIj. j js
Iwork occupied nearly the -hole but I am perfectly willing to argue questions by revenging hie servants
1 his is unparalleled atrocity, 0f aw, to chop logic, or even to split hairs with lum." w ithout a valley.
necessary for them to know, otherwise than
S than he could create a lull
it was not one quarter part the present size of Indi
anapolis. The valuation of its present real and per
the sudden death of the Ras. Vincent Bhcujnelin, naanl estate, above given is bv no means its actual
I athohc Priest, who was killed by being thrown from ralue. In view of this mark STOWthand nrosnentr
1 : . I .1 : L.OL.M . ... M r t J
j - ii" j... m mi. i iu., - lui-u oi ii.iiii me nation lor
the peculiar religious tenets which he professed may the benefit of cap talists whose cottsfl arc already
be regarded by t i me who knew him, there arc none oveiflnaina with "old!
among them, who w ill not freely accord to him the
will contrast proudly for its humanity and forbcar-
PboTEi tion to SaOEMAKEES. The Pf. Y. Express
is endeavoring to make it appeal that the shoemakers
all over the country are to be "ruined" bv the new
Jus horse, near Cynthiana.inSuelhy comity. However how preposterous is the idea of taxing the nation for ! t;iriff- A correspondent of the N V. Clöbc replies
to the Express in this w ise :
"As I have a self to save, and feel for end of the to h ,, .....
anner ten as well ns the lower I w.sh i r,,,: R,c" MlN uy onroa. A b ok has been
' . - . " " -mnm I I! , a . n a.. Tl . ry. r.- . .
Siftnasnf sincerity and imtirinjr zeal, for the temporal Ba1 3l -sit.nmons. As to a rr,.nerril suspension of fcnv fac,s w,,,ch nrc wot,, a W(rl1 Of theories, lM,ÜU,,C(l 10 (,slon. cailCQ Uur first Men, contain-
ere, n ntcn areaatu' work
f ike d a y ! !
11 .. a a. - .
excelling lar me shocking barbarity or the French ; - Spin that then," said Smith, at the same time pull-! S,,mc l'0'i'le ' 'his world become wine much above
in Algiers, and if true, as the Philadelphia Ledger ling a short. Itnrgb looking hair from his own lead vv,,;l1 is wrilton- Th'.v- m ,1,c,r 'M""" intellects,
observes, must stamp with indelible infamy the and handinff it over totraed Sherm... m Mmw it nU J "7 henerofcnce, (aecjordnag to taanr
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i i ii n i in iiri i no . i i c; 'i" i u u i irm
as quick as tobe; and next, how C d ought to do himself; and
'lastly how he ought to direct us to do. When you
show them that Cod is not that kind nt'n h in.r imt
....I. ...II..I. I. . 1 .1.- . I 1 1 ' . ' I . r !'M n 'l t 1 1 ll i ("in I in f 1 1 r.- 1 ...i,l. ..:.. .1 : IT a al a I .1 . . .. . .
. . ,i .1 r.t ... . . w n which ii w .is .i un iimcen in i ine iirnisi nrti e. ' .v., ...nwno vm. uv iiu.:.j iui a nun iui- innereiii one: inni ne noes h i o i n:n u-ie n u....:i
ists aiioamg to ine fugnms ot nymouth roek) could " ' " :. ., . ,. ... , . ...
found such a splendid empire in the West, why might r Ptctl ltsclf Pn tbe banks of tbe river which the pemtlVS and degrad-d press than tins and it is partly a different way : ur that he docs not direct us to
not Britons raise a similar empire in the great conti- routed Sciks in their flight had to cross, and there shot oecauee the conductors of it do not exact adequate re- do U!nt wa'; but.1 ,!itRrc,,t one, then these raty wise
nent of the South ! Here, as America was again in- them down in thousands as they attempted to swim muneration for their labors, and partly because every l'l10 sa-v 1 ,at 16 11 "l ,l,c wnJ ; y,r ,f 11 18: theJ W11
d.rectlv Praised, ! felt entitled to join m the applause j the stream w hose w aters became red with the blood of aistrict or State demogogue must have a paper, Jlcle in or aoSip socTa God If the Pible'renrT-
WlllCtllOlIOWtU. I -a . a . l . . . ... . . i.r .nil - - - - 1 .. ... .. . .
i me vicums so mnumaniv slaughtered. J he conduct "wwHiwunj ms praise, ami traouce those sent lum to be such a t iod that he do such a way
ot our own troops m the battles en the Rio Grande, i wo ma.v t,are lo question lus intallibilitv
at Universal education of the masses, having respect names of those who authorized it. It is not the only j the honorable court," retorted Sherman,
to religious preferences and prejudices. f. To en- outrage upon bttmanity committed during the Siek lightning, "I didn't say bristle H
courage the colonies, especially that of Ar- South wnr. Every render rill romnn.hor tho col barbarity
Wmtss. On this point he said, if a tew nonconform- ' ....... u .1 .U.. ,t d-:.:-l .:m; VV-Few nationa cm. he imwumA mAA n
the venal that can be thus servile
ibility. It is only ha.t he directs man to do such a w ay why, it tsaaf
, and it would be lr"m ('n,t' T'"'.s is "hat 1 0,111 '"Mitya dish i iff
,. a . . in (d and ia hif n ai l i ird, and st liiiiu ui, at nur
.a I.. ,1 C .5 al VC.rso tl.nn iill.. In ov,.,.M ....,1 .1 : 1 .. : fl. ' I'tll'.ll ""!, (Illtl M IllI'' ?
of the Pritish troops, given in their own journals.
I Vet the English journals call us but half civilized !
1 a 11... 1 . . I . a
KKauuuij or eiewauon oi character Irom such crea- truth. And vet. -ent lernen, vour writer. - T V H "
turcs' whom you quote with so much approbation, and
ft-- A friend of o...r ,,,,1, ! - - thereby make what he says yours, admits hiinsetf B0
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lio 1,1.1 In.f IrinH it .mi ititi.ti-l
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habits of his neighbor's hogs.
and spiritual wel tare ol tho-e w ho w ere committed to speCM pnyaaentS, says t he N. y. Journal of Com
the charge of his relinms functions. Through storm nierce, we do not think there is any good ground to
as well as asmshtae, he w as untiring in the discharge of expect that sucli a disaster will ever occur again in
his parocioal d itie,, and his untimely death is mourned this country. The banking system is now too free,
n üb heai t-t. It sincerity by all who had the hannjnjcss to uch beyond any contnd. The banks stand more
Of axnwrng IhC sterling virtues of the man. ( than formerly each upon its ow n basis and responsi
bility. Ceneral bank susnension are the r.iV....t . r
I 'w I1VV.V ',
fity-The cd.tor of tan? Salem .News comes d
"poi, bnnk regulation. If banking was left free, the banks
would no mere easpend nU at once and bv concert, uu
than the merchants, and a bank that did not pay in
coin would no more do business and have credit, than
C Utmvlings and Vigo county like 44a thousand of
brick." He says he used to look upon old Vi'o as
"the Bannet whig county in the State," and asks,
"Where is she now Let her diminished whig ma
jorities for the last three or four years answer." IVr
haps the secret of this -'lamentable" state of things
a.. Kit f. i.l Mil I'l ! . r. ,. ! 4 1 .. . ' I . . ....
...... ... ..ii. .ai mai i-'o n;is Kin i a ... . . ......
nresses. ,,, tho Fvn....u , . . , , g eue 7 wiiicii tbe bonks are brousht under scene
I " C iiw, min SIIOUIU
unsupported by practical experience. The new tariff taE llst r those persons credibly reported to be
gives us per cent, protection on all kinds of shoes, worth one hundred thousand dollars, w ith biographic
boots, fee . and I defy the world to compete with the notices of the principal persons. It presents the fol-
t; nil i.'lliriir.' ..I I I . i I .......I S.'..l.... O... .. I I
"iw, iiiuiiuiuvuinig v I iuu UUIICH elillLS. Illll Wilill
I wish to arrive at is, to compare Henry lav's boast,
ed Whig Tariff with the new one winch is to work
such destruction :
Tar. IT of 42. Tariff of 4i.
.Men's fine leather boots,
Last Sabbath day, he y0T mvgef i am roa(v tu mm a if
says, "a rascally hog stalked into my pantry with the the book, though called his by every outw ard atIo
utmost familiarity, tore open a bag of flour, and like rity Amanded (d'me, ivwimanded me to kill his child.
think enough to reduce WSaSJ majorities in any other
county as well a- ig o
costing .'s;! "Jö ?l,'Jö
'bild en s silk giii'tr bis,
rotui .-si 00
Women or Men's silk
. ' . i . . . . ..i
a merchant who did not pay his notes. Until there-1 llcrleW.
fore we have another great national regulator, (and costing 1 r0
..a . I ML I t 'l I
we humbly trust that day will never come.) or some- V"lür, n s ' C08lmS
.i .: i t .. i : i . . . . . ! 70 n nta
Men's and Wotnenn
Treat controlling central system, we rsnnd have a! leather slippers, cost-
o0 per ct., tqual to .l ,'J7ä
:io et. !
CT eta. '
km ing :
:l 1 are worth 100.000 to 300,000
65 do 200,000 to 300,000
31 do 300,000 to 400,000
10 do 100,000 to 500,000
11 lo 500,000 and upwards.
0 do 600,000
0 do 1,000,000
'I do 1,500,000
8 do 2,000,000
1 (P. C. Urooks) 6,000,000
4ÖI persons, of whom 10 are over 80 vcarsofafre;
a f ol, went to eating the contents down raw ! Slyly
and cautiously I crept up to the fellow, extended niv
right pedestal, and Lord ! how I kicked him ! And
as Byron would sav,
Then rose from earih to sky an awful squeal,
As learned tbat porker belter nun to steal V
my brother, deliberated, on the gallows, for anv
crime, I must say, beyond the n ach of a question in
my spirit, the book is not from Cod the Father."
This is a very frank and full ndinesmn that he
contemns the authority of Cod, and rjicts him. For
if Cod nVmands' or "commands" of him what he
in his very extraordinary wisdom, and benevolence.
We have no doubt, after such a lesson, pigcry's and love, concludes is not right, he will daaebty be
manners will be much improved. :,,,' he thinks (Jod did not say so; and he thinks
Cod did not say so, because he thinks (iod outfit not
OTiiomas Jkifkkson, in a letter to Edward '"" ' Ü s"' 1 mXmy thu! he is the father of
i i. i . , , .,- ,0,1 .1 , , the unfaithtul or unbelievers, but be stands in bold
Cole, L-q., dated Aug. 'Jo. 1M , jtistlv and tru v . , ,i ,i 4tc,i c.i culsuim 1
1 1 ' J u- contrast with the " father olthe faithful ttr belicTers.
SaVS I ; , 1 Ii 1.1-unmiin.lnil " VUrlifllil ti Lilt kaa ..i -.1
. . , 'VI ..ii'ia. .1. i . ,u.t. V. T l 1 - v III III, IIIS
nil ! n ., - - - -a --v nn I , ' .1 . , i ,
oS under 40. of whom R m .., iW 1 T,r"I"Tc" Jff ."VUIJ luiiy nun. n eua ui pruwaar, nam nau uern given to
. : ' . " " .iksi kk WAS fcVEK PROPOSED, V
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s ti ir "t ii. i., i h ...
o' vve mnnl withal i tnioink r ,ti..r l.ln... ...1 ...
, j i r.i .......... .w.ii.iu" iuiiiiv.1 j'. i i . UliU SO lO
n i-Lnri thev 1:111 ' c.i.-v i,t ., i,h,m. - ov lv
general suspension. The tendency of public senti-1 ,n ! "", 30
.i , I runclla do.. costin
Bfl cents "Jö
SI eis widows and unmarried ladie
tvaias greater safety.
rHICH him bv a miracle, 44 ih liberatt lv." on an altar, with-
IF DULY PURSUED, FAILED TO PREVAIL UN out any criir.e whatever in the child ; and Abraham.
' THK END. We have proof of tins in the liistory of without any hesitation, any ifs or auds. or rnqtiinnp
riSEEKS . ENTEXCED. 1 lie sentences pronounc- t he emlea vor? i n the th-itis'i Prlianw..! irt ... ....r .. .u ...Utmnr i.,ti. tin. uliv. .n,l a UC.
I - - - an,!, w i aaana swanaaan a a-v a aw nv i vivji v e,
cd on the mutineers of the California regiment, on thai very trade which brought this evil (slavery) upon went and took the child a considerable d Ma nee, elected
Governor's Island. N. V., by the Court .Martial, are ua- M' Y0 W,H he supported by the religious pre- t!ie altar, bonnd the child, plnend him on it, and raistd
' a M I A 111 - a . . .1 B I . . . . - ... - a . " .
(KrThe members elect to the next congress, fimnj
Illinois, are as follows:
Koliert inith, nesa., re-ehrted
James A. AC' lermnad, dem., do.
Orlando B. Ficklni, dem., do.
John Wentworth, dem., do.
Stephen A. Doug!.s, dem., do.
Thomas J. Turner, dem.
Abraham Lincoln, whig.
WiniXEns. The Baltimore papers say that the busi
ness of tint city is beginning to brighten up. Mer
chants are making pretty extensive preparations to
I 1 A a gy a
once are umacss in reference to tue 'destruction ot isaac Primrose, a Sergeant of company E, who plead P-" 1 S
! lun MM 'l.Al AhLL. ,.i .. r . ' .
n,,J wHwrairg oi mutiny, was sentenced tobe1
the knife fo , him. when a countermand arretted
Jiim. And for this ami other such acts, he was chosen
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v ii.i..,M.i h i vi:.nn . a communication in the ranas, iu sv connnea in irons, and to l.icturers are said to have c
in New York and in Philadelphia.
The Boston Courier of the 24th inst., says:
Business is gradually recovering from the tleprcs
slnn tf the few past weeks, and more cheerful coun
tenances are seen m the active walks of trade, and on
i he exchange.
'I here is less rnilit.fr nn.iiii.i . I
OrTlie Abolition vote at llie recent election, as banks for favoritism, and not doimr alftleii
lit down unirnj rennn,'. It is nselesc tn nmve to Air 44 f W It " tl.nt il.a
Xorw ich, Ct., Aurora states that the manufacturer of ',c " hread and water until the day of etnbarka- ' US of that of a certain student under the operation scriptures teach lhat kines. and rulers. u-.d th.w tl..t
accommodate their customers. The same is the case I Carnets in C'reenv ille .1 1 1 ,, ,,t tion, and then be drummed out nf the reiriment and of the laughing rjas. He had nrivatelv threatened have the municipal law-makintr and bnwa na
w , ... ........v,,U.I.VI, 'lO ' Il' Ii III V ii.l.i' 1 .... .., WW . W WIT I J I O
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that he bad reduced their wanee, to take edect fron. ,,,e" üe deprived of all pav for the time he has been m,u u ' ' J""! lMC "P01'0" ot the gas, he would lo, anooM prescrihe and inflict capital punishment for
Nt Civ Ums 'i.n. . r JT.i c i r in the -ervice ! p,vc ,l,e 1 rok?sor- -A,r- Sillman, a good thrash- murder; for if it be done, he wi II at once reject the
1st Jul l,.,t, but did I not inform them of the amount of the emcC inff. This came to the ears of the Professor, who Bible rather than neiThis adhesion to capital pun-
the deduction. So it seemed they had been working 1 t,,G cr'cc c Pvate .Morton, of company F, tried was accordingly un his o,nrd. The young Hotspur ishment. Put as stated in im last. I do not. at present,
f r more than a month on reduced wages, and knew for WuWlf tod niMirb ordinate conduct, thesentence hntl no sooner inhaled a few puffs from the gas bag, write to combat infidelity, but for those who are w .l-
nothing of the fact! nor indeed how much their mmg- Pronoi,nced was that he should be confined iu irons, thrin n clenched his lists and attacked his instructor ling to acquieoeo in the will of Cod concerning them,
es had been reduced. The laborers assembled in a will brcad an(1 watcr seventeen days ; but owina kct " StP' I? V1" !,,y ascertain w hat it is.
reported from 48 counties, ra nbont 1IMH. . the of them j and a hnuted amount of straf naaas outside ' PW. and resolved to suspend their nnstnthaa. Tki. to his youth and inexperience, with a rccommenda- 1 " 1 liave tauen nothing but l ness preliminary mntters laving taken up so mnch
whole Slate it will perhaps reach V-b-aving a tMiti u ven, eight, or nine per cent., including ! brought about a parley, during which the cmolover tlw of the Court, the sentence was remitted, and I ' . ' f 'it .' Tl ... omII, "1 '''elv, IVZt
I.. ... I. - .- I t4 iiu aiviiv,i i.i it ivJin .1. II . II,, Ulli 1 1
I III. ifllliiil t ..it, 1 .. . . I tl a. -a I I ilftMI ll'iro ,9,. . , . w.al.... . . A al. . S f 1 I . I a a a - .....
uiuii i.i.u ne wouiu gei every red cent out g"u iwiw into us ranaa. fj- nerever mere is an mtlated currencv, or an mv next numher. orv res; o'tlullv, &.C. S.
ot them that he could, and had taken the earliest op
portunity of doing so, and he would not guarantee
anv man a oa ol bread" He 1 1 1 in I i A mnlm rrmA ......
j . ii. in. I, ui.-tiiiun i w o , r: .
. . . .. . r B .iter usta lcton.i.
nanus ami put me rest to work, at the old prices, till ((f mn snons.rs hv nrovv. PsiJa "Z . --1 on AFmulay last, were assembling ; that six bund,, d
ne COttJO nMEe further inquiries, . Mf "t ' 'l 'J . " : ' r-nn noiise: Aöem! mi med men were at Carthage and about four hundred
at La Harpe; and that reinforcements urn nnuHr
Slate it wi.l perhaps reacii ,.HHI,Jt aving a in svean, eigm, or nine er cent., including
atic majority over whi-gerv and MSrv uf accoiding to time and strength, in noss-
-y V co " 3 parative aileaca. That esoftey will he easy of aeccsa
this fall, at tlio legal rate of interest, appears to be
Ihe rri .ier.il liniirn.cinn I ., .
. , , , a. .... i - - (. k-.vh. mi, - iiiarKPi a wer v
lr AS WS have now a correspondent on both des moderate business has been done, at prices sli.rhtlv
of tiie ssjsatn a in reJntioa as I anital Psmishasenr, ws advanced from those uf the prnceding week.
de. in it unnecessary lo make many comments of our
own on the subject ; and we lerne, by the w ra v. that ' C-l"Ivery body has heard of the notoriojs John A.
"S." will agre" to the Bsnsmsitiou
the matter uiethodicallv. Be tins
should save words and p es, m dearer views on both Bb00 ,,f i particular plan of Iiis own. This phn, i rps raised by some of the mining companies
inflated t'OIHTMIinifv fill i ' iincttf iitioiiol ma-al aa . . C
g r t r . . . " unvwiioiniuu'iiai nr uui ui -
Queen Victoria a infant princess was chrintaned on ! excfaan. or nn n,,;,,,,;,,,, nra NoBMoxa and Anti-.Moi: mos. The War-
.1 o .1 , . i o 1 - "iivuii.iiiuiiuimi ciuivj suvivlTi w" .".I .
the Jolh ult., in great style. Her names arc Helena them U'i,; n ... . . Signal, of th? Vth, savs, in a psts-ript, that the
: .... i ii HiüHcii iioiirisiiis III. I l:ie (rriM Ii I i.'i v Tree . . . , ,
The Duchess of Orleans was one1.,- l.bo Z :, , V 7 , ST. Mr. ( arl.n lo meet at t arthige
ÜM sponsors by proxy. Prince Albert composed house' Ihamt
the ".i ululate. ine Queen's family now consists ot
i . ..... . -a, a. a a . ... , r f .....j-. . nun in. ii i v i 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' . i i - were raptii'v
of P.1 lodtsetjai M! r i eutl W hybrid Foajriente, who undertook Oil a the O.itek Kk.;io.. The LakeSuperi.tr t,,c 1 Hc Prince of Wales, Princess ! fy W one of the most bcautifui passages of arriving. The no.se, it was Bupposr, would inarch
i arrangement we "rlul about a MiHuniuSI ' on his OWL hook,M by News gives the follow ing statement of the amount of Alice, Prince Alfred, nnd the Princess Helena. Thev Child Harold w Mies that he might condense all words ,(" "'ivoo on the 26th, under the command Maj
fj-Tlic reduction of the sugar duty in Crcat Brit
a in 1 9 to be followed by the red tu tion of those on to
bacco and tea. The IMHUJgling of tobacco is earn- d
on by gigantic schernes. One lernte al -ne in tlie
trade compromised an action with the government,
fr penalties, by paying up one hundr d and forty
t.iousaud pot'iids sterling
Urbich Ii put into practice in a communitv " near!
BKcneatcies, abjoree ehnstianity, itid.vidunl property,
and mnnv other individual rights, which are gene
rally regarded as sacr. d. He has now given up his
nlna as rsStitming the world according to bis late
theory, and has come out as a " reformer," iu entirely
another slope being now metamorphosed tale
Whig edits at Dayton, Ohio.
fc7The S.iletn Nmvs talks nlmnt the n.ilnJolr.1.;.
(v-ueu. Clakk, lofEJ a disunguished citizen of ..S.unt ((f ie T,n,,s. but itk0wa but Mllc
Inditua. who died recently, was one ot a CmiiV ol yg of
S J . . 2mm . mm- . .....I .M.. ... I t t a I tftM I. f . - i 'it,' T 1 . ...
J " " 'u,"r- ' " J the principal editor of the Times from Europe, and
and aaatlmr. So says the Sah Ream. bii resumption of in editorial ccntrol, it contains no
-Wc have the pleasure lo state that Cov. Whir- "Judson" attacks on the new tariff, nor willil
comb is raj.uily rtcover.ng from his 1 ,te severe illness, contain any, for Air. Du Solle, the editor, is too good
- a democrat to make anv such attacks.
(rr-Do'v, who committed a murder some time
since at hut Wayn, has been tu0'f.t and committed 1 .ue.-eoi. ix-nmn, in one oi his let-
to jai! in Cincinnati. ,ers- hsw briefly and truly defines a 44no-party man."
. , "Slio.v me," says he, "a no-party man, and I will
Tl .... I .
sue laaae Superior Copper Company up to the
first of July last, had raised l,O28,U0U pounds in rock
containing native copper
are all fine healthy children, and rather good lookimr into "e. to express his meaning, and wishes that of Äown county. The BL Linas üaans
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word were "lightning." If he had onlv lived till .., , ,!' . ,, PJ-.''"- .-........
.ii. .hu uiu i I'.eoa were 1101 eiitneiv uitiih'u
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they doubted the BtfUSSjth of their forces. The nghi-
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GO rem fainilns ol the best dispoaiüon ,n the a-hile the antiea cannot muster more than one-fourth
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he PKumnrgh and Boston Copper Harbor Mia- aVWer to tbe tune of $150,000 or 250.000 His!
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...g o, npa ,y, toe orst Of JlOly, raised Iron, lease . name is suppressed, of course. If he had stolen a
Momulsfro n tZ R TVtLe1 bacon ham, it would have been blazoned to all llie or!d cannot live under the same roof, without SO nf that number
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cause of Quarrel. The women BquabMs about the
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The -"Eagle Harbor Minintr Comntnv." th,. I At I. Our new Minima t,. ..... ir.... children, the soft water, or the slops, and the cl.il- .. " '! ,,nv". rr:ul a account of the arrass a
of May last, had raised lü.OUO pounds of rock con .asca naafaol of ( ,mnec c, o , , T , tin tear each others' eyes out for an old brass but- robbers-nutnberiiig ahout ,
tainin r native copper 11 isa.us igaimni, oi Connecticut, is tlestmed, We be- J uiasJs ÜUl hnn lr l that existed between Honda and iexas,
TaW "C,,pper Palls Company" to 1st of Julv l n to V satisfaction m h.s new olficc. For n' committing depred itMMS on the mails, stealing ne-
r:..sed ll)5,(KJ0 pounds of rock" containinrr native cm j UMny yeam aS has refused all puUic office. OCT" A reruiCl ol aÖUUdamares has been rendered ffr,"'s horses, and muraering travellers. i,vin
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Large masses of nearly pure copper not brought to
the surface at the tune, are not included in tbCSS
8 era inst a nhvsician of Kutztown. RprW Mnata w.
OrPetitions are in circulation in some parts of for unskilful sad negligent treatment of a fractured
Ohio, in favor of the sale of all the public works of arm.
C Agnu is f und in abundance in mv copper and puial yon to an indieiehsal w ho either figures at the
l 11 Wfc Superior. jR.ad or dangles at the tail of federalism
(ttrThey had a terrible hail storm in New Hamp
shire recently. In Nashua about 66,000 panes of
P were broken. crCat dimage was also dune to
com and fruit. One or two lives were lost.
the State to private companies. A judicious arrange
nicht of the kind would be a good thin".
Otl?A female from .Middletown, Connecticut, d.ed
at a llilletite and Shaker camp-meeting, recently, in
Flowers, the leader, a stn,. driver between Quincv
and Chattahooche. having beard nf the arrest of some
of his associates, tb d t New Orleans, he was pursued
and artS) Uni. The Floridian says that it is the most
formidable band of robbers that has been known since
the existence of Murrtlfa band.
00" The Western Atlas" b the title of a neat il POXysm uf" mental excitement.
little paer just commeiiced at New Harmony, la.,
by Jas. Bennett. Success to it according to its deserts.
The Ni:w Vokk Sk mini ki srs are shout to hold a
msa meeting to resist the extortioners. They are
OrTby hui quite l smart shock of an earthquake I GrTI.e lUbwing is a list of the candidates for
in Massachusetts, a few days since severe enough to Mayor of Philadelphia: Richard Vaux, democrat ;
RMah crockery m s0n)e jdaces. John Swift, whig ; Peter A. Brown, neiiviat
fjrTlie rumor published in the New Orleans papers obliged to make shirts for four cents a i n re. And it
that Capt. C. Pope liad been siiot by a sentinel, is con-j 's mentioned to their honor that w h.le thev are work-
tradieted. l,-f i,r ossence ot bog ring starvation, agents
ot luxurious debauchery are circulating among them.
"Thk Wo i. king man : He is to Society uual (if lemptin them with offer of ease and plenty if
main mast is to Vic S'iio. I an Düren. 1 tlicv will timer awav their virtue.