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T;" foRon iog wiH InweelWbethe ptrmmmemi terms
of the IV t 1 di'Via SUtU Satinet:
f ,-r;- ui- i-.ts fo I made always in advance.
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Benjamin V. EnMS2fSTO!t, the Senator from DobcHt,
tmwftifww cvl.'J the "Rod Roter, may bo distin
guished by a bat lohn El wing used to nil bii "rod
cap." .Mr. Edmonstou never enjoyed any but the
most limited means for Acquiring an education ; hut
his natural aptness nnd an investigating turn ofmind,
have meeeurably overcome this disadvantage. He has
1 loin Jeflcnon Barracks.
JSFfKMOa IJa nit ACKS, Mo., )
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Dcas CitArMAirs: Sumo ton or twelre days 100
I found time to COfB Ulf ttCtf to epistle to you. It WSS
in the evcainjr, and I had got as fur as the third page,
when i was called froai my room (or a few minutes.
I W my r turn I found my room full of smoke, and
paper, nowspapers, letters, books, tea ling wax, etc.
all burning as finely if they had been an accented
Unering, and my table the altar dedicatee to old Pluto
a keen perception of character, and a strong native j himself. All that remained of my letter to you wai
sense of justice, combined with a soundness sf judg- the ashes and atnoke. I very mach regret it, lot H
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i.TvrlV;os, onoy.ar, . v letter wat one of the bwt 1 had ever written 1
live copies, one y.-nr. .uu TZTTI- 1 Z lZ Lin ju tb Vein, and facta and fancy slipped off the
T copies, one year,.- .00 subject within the sphere of 1. 11 legislative action. ; u hi,.;v M scandal from but com-
Twenty copies, ore year, directed to one person, 3tMW While otherg are heeitatwg in doubt as to their course ( pan ,ll3 are odious. I im very sorry that 1 lost it,
Vuii -Weekly. of action, Mr. Ednaoaurton has mastered the subject, ! fur I am not in iht tew now, I uevet was before, and
Pubhshcd tune umcs a week during the session.; av.ucv. tll0 rineitde involved, and traced it out to its' perhaps will never be again! Whether the fire ori-
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ginateu rrom me nasneaoi wuwiucn aooauoeu in ins
fancy portions of that letter, or from a can k
olaced candle, I shall not undertake to say. I am.
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, ., ' r 14.11 practical issues. In speaking, be amply announce!
:ie conv ! 1 r . ; . r the session. IA"'
ronics, ach .
1 nrce or mor
GOOn Tuesday, the 10th, the Legislature in con
vention, made the following elections: Hoi: ace P.
B emus, PfMiuVinl Judge as the Sib Judicial Circuit ;
SaJUJIL Hanna of Way tic county, Treasurer of Stale,
and 1) u.i. as HaootM of Indianapolis, Auditor of
Public Accounts. These gmtlciu are all Whigs.
Kach election was !iarly conte-tcd, and that of Judge
was made just as aauch of a furtfaou measure ns
ci?!ir of the Uihara. We an; not dtsapf) inttd at lbs
result, tbeueh while the warriß ' was being made we
could n t but n? rtajn t!o bi:ti rest feelings, the in
tim results of his reflections upon facts, and s clear
are his ideas, that aJthough his lancuags mav want
perfect accuvacy, he n n r fails to e.press himself to
On lira back seat, behind iIr. Edumnston, sits J. S.
Da vis, the Senator from Floyd. Mr. Davis is a law-'
y r, and his apocchci give m irkcd evidence of the
mental discipline which the Study and practice of his
course is fond of polemic debate. It is sol easy to
take him at fault ; lie is watchful of the weak points
tt In mt vcrsarv. ami nut erv merciful 111 regard to
tensity of which WSJ mdeftutely enhanced by the ' attack;nfr thom; hi, pefsosml intercourse no man
reflection that U was in i great measure aeeasioaed by , m ÄfrfflW8 . flt.(i ,)t. is bighlj esteemed hv
the delinquency of our OWU party , Wim in many conn- uho.milv A advantaire of his amuaiutance.
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nrufouii .n arc M lculatt d to produce. He has a nieolLndeavc.r to do better hereafter
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i- . 1 0 .1 t.fi J ., i e .uounieu i. .uemen, seven companies 01 w;,oin
uiscriiiiinatjon. a keen aense el the luuicmus, nmi or ' , Ti . e
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l ' It II' , I I .1' I I I UM 1 1 II I VI III'- CIL II I Ulli.
t. es had suflered then to be defeated by the
stubbornness of seltish aspirants. We bope that the
lesson aflbrded by the result of tiiese elections will at
least hac the desired rJbct of aanehtn our own party
eve. ry where the imperative neceiiy of union and
self-sacrifice. If it shall hap; Iff d tins, the gratu
lations of the Whigs will yet be turned into BBovrningi
CO"'i,',c aTSHting article of the BrookviUs Ameri
can, tf Dec. 4, is a rare specimen of brnggad cio
and impudence. It seems to be a studied effort to in
sult the puL!.-heis of cu-ry otlw r iieWSpapet in the
State, and to be baed on the belief that brazen, ielf
assumed superiority ai.d hypocrisy is the sine p:iv--port
to pu' lie favor and confidence. As to its impu
dence, in peering of the Indianenulia pniers belhg
unable to ;ivc full and CStrCCt reports of the legisla
tive proceedinga ''except by !arj;e donations from the
pttblk crib," we have only to ny, so far as the State
ijmtinrl is COnierned, that it is indebted to no quarter
for tkmati m of any k.nd. Our paper is uorl'i, in
re:r opinion, all the prire charged for it, no matter
arfaeth it be aubi rribed for by the people or their re
presentatives. And as to the prcl n e of the Anu ri
can that it 'ives any th inj like a true transcript of
those proceedings, it is sheer humbug, calculated fur
no other purpose than to sVceisa its readers. We can
excuse thi im; ndence of Mr. Clarkaou i nly n th i
aippositum that he wiahea not only to gull his read
ers, but als that he wi-hes to nut his riekety con
eern, sod fr iliut purpose labors to convey the im
pression of the wonderful popnlsrity and profita of
Ins paper. With all I is jockeying we anspeet he will
1. irdly find a pei n rei-n enough to be diddb-d by it.
X i : i ' IAL W ..vi. in. The wealth of a nation COtt
- its in the industry of its iehabitsuts, and that in
d is'ry is m re or less productive as it is well or ill
directed. During the f rw years iuaaaediately preced
ing the revulsion of 1S7, the time and energies of a
On tfie extreme rirht aita G KOROS BsSRYi the Sena
tor from Franklin. The Doctor is "no orator as lhu
tus is," but woe be to the wight who incurs the pen
al; v of his sarcasms. The few Words lie ever utters
on ÜM fioof of the SeHtUb nre full of tnetniflg, and
gnacjatry i"t vrsating in wit. TbQ pea is bowi v.i
h.s most formid.ble weapon. He i, an :.bie political
w riter, never makes the lets! COMpfomisel of pr.uci-
ple, nor wiU he permit htm 'f to pardon any derelic
tions from it. In domestic and social life BO man is
mure indulgent er kind; but in political conflicts be
never gives nor a ska for quarter.
Jotra BfiJian, the S( aator froaa ro ntgoatery, has
nut been in thai body fat tome years until this w in
t r, but will soon make his influence felt. He will
never waste the time of the Senate by making long
winded peechi , but will ex( rt a sway far more po
tential that of the iet sjc'edn s. If be UNJnta
the Semte t. pa s a measoro, t!i
down at once, for u Captain See
however, inclined to attribute it to the former the
fiamea were .-o very bright anl coruscant, and the
SSaoke quite pun gent ; and shall therefore' guard tbis
Igaiuat a like catastrophy, by dealing in facts only.
The first fact I have to relate i, that I have been
quite sick, and in that fact, and the ton goiaaj, I fancy
ton can find reasons for my apparent I ipg pegl et of
yourself. I m on my pins not , kowevei, and shall
iraagtiral Address of lov sVhifcniaib.
Fellow Citizens: Tlie will of a free and inde
pendent people having again assigned tome the' duties
of the first executive othce within their gift, 1 have
in your presencCi and thai of Heaven, bound myself by
the most solemn pledge, to the faithful discharge of the
trust confided to my bailUS. The period through w hich
i have passed, since lirt occupying mv present sta
tion, has been attended with (iuticul'.y ami respoq i
Gongre a. TIm Mwih 1iu.
SCXATE, Dec. 0. Messrs. (.ireen and Hannrgan " ft the telling f ,j,iri:ouk ftewsrs in wMt9
appeared in their scats. Mr. Cameron moved that the 'than b&tmUl offence, in CaaWS Town-
Military Committee be instructed to inquire into the sh p ...
propriety of granting 160 teres . f land to volunteers This question hmhtrn .prung, becancc of an act , .p-
serving in Mexico, and increasing Ilm allowance f r kwl JaawsMytQ84) -gHaag Urn right to the m
transportation and subsistence of JolunU ers from their . M.mm county to M a. to aufhat ismg licence, to
retail epIrlliUls iiquuis in men ioiiMii.
To the prefer uuderatandii g of the nuastias), it will as
ni ce s oy. !'. l-J I" k -it tr.p law a- n iUf, l. f re the en
srtHUt of the above mentioned law ; Jd. what laws are
iti force sinre its enactment ; and 3J, what BUM the inten
tion of the Im eialature.
On page j;fJ, sect. 93, "f Rev. Stat. IR13, thrrc is the
following pievtaiati i m Every psraon not being licensed
according te the law in f rce at the time, to vend sfiinl-
houn s to the ?-;tt of war. ?dr. EMeese gave notice of
a bill to graduate the price of public lands, a bill for
bility. Tor thia proof on the part of my fellow citizens I territorial governmenl of Oregon, and a h.ll to as
of their approbation of my past official conduct for kaJbUah land offices in Oregon,
thia renewed and increased ex press ion of their conti-! 11 ik In the House the Whirrs,- mtnenced their
donee in the rectitude of my future intent;. ms I tender war against the Admiuistrati' n, as rccomtm taled hy
tlie homage of a grateful heart. Despairing of finding Mr. Webster.
terms adequately expressive of mv sense of the obh- Mr- Davie's resolution calling on the President f r
nation conferred, I shall eudeavor to show it to the ' copies of ail orders to generals or comm dores rela- t.us liouam ay rstait, wtm ahsM aartar or saW saw aadriaana
best of my humble talents, in n.y continued, and, if ! tive to uic cstaiHisnnaant 01 cisii gnvemmenis in ter- naaor, as ne mwaw in m. or tier tioue, out house,
possible, in my increased exertions to elK,r(j iCr rttbries conquered during the war with Mexico, came yard, r aardau, or ippurtauunas aavsaa aaJawgaag. or
rttita. orotoct their interests, and Dfomote tlule w,d. un in order. The Question beiUff on Us adoption, Mr. whs shall barter, at , 11 any Pueh iniiitsaa liquor, by a
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It'SS iju.uiiiiY man 11 iju.iii bi a iiiur, mi.i if liliru HI UiV
sum iot Nss than tv, dollars nor more than Iwei.ty dol-
kwsH Thia is plainly an act making it au asaSetaUis of
laues Is retail tMrafsas ft'iuwi in f auefifn fr.s than a
quart nutlout hrtii.se, or to retail contrary to the law in
lone at li e tune ol application for license. Tbl suggests
i he .pierv. w I) it au the I s m f ,r,r at the present time
relative te eraming licsavee m Caatae township ? To an
swer id's we must recur to the laws, and to the practice,
llaralso.i, of tieoro'ia, presented as an amendment,
A brief retrospect of the condition of our State aftairs, the words "it not incompatible with the public in
espectally as furniaaing a mason for the future, terests." He queatioued tnejtapliency of an iroper
in.iy nut be regarded aa inappropriate on this stive call en the Executive for information of tbia
occasion. When I first entered Upon the dutiea of character, The publication of the official correspond
ihc aUstnagaished office to winch I have again been enoa might prove deirimeutal tooui national interests,
elevated by the partiality of my foMow citizens, the by giving the enemy possession of tha riewi and
ilaaisn and extent of auttoring thfOUS?hout the entire 1 plans adopted in the proseention or hostilities. -Mr.
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c. mn. un;ty were wit!. out a parallel mourowiCi AI- uavia uiscianneu any u sue- wi ihkuhvu m j.io, uhh- Jrr, ,,jirr 0f granting licei.ua
tnoft every one who bod posacased credit was tn debt, the publication ol anything calculated t have that I Bj sreiioa 10, a page I MJ Bee. Mat. of lHi3, the
and a very large number, to all human appearance, tendency. He wanted merely to obtain m forma ti n art uI ti j.'tl) . with ihe exreptiona sf sveSiaM ehaS
bom !e-sly so. Business wai broken up, enterprise as to oilers directing the establishment of civil gov-1 cabieted mink eae lw dsjad im aas Bee. tat. of is43. ws
was paralysed, and indiv idual credit was aim at ernmcnts ia conquered territories, lie proceeded to routineed in force, By that Statute, ihe applicant for H
annibtlated. Relief laws, aa they are usually termed, sneak at length, thai if it appeared thai the President easse was forced to have nVe namaa af lusstj asss lasfieisa
had hen interios( d to ore vent the venera i and ndden 1 had acted contrary to the constitution, be (.Mr Davis) ble to .hold, is affixed to his application, e rtifvaaa to his
ox's company, (B) and Capt. Cnn i km-kn's company, j sacrifice of ao large a portion of the property of tire j wee prepared for auch ulterior measurea as the integ- g""d tharacti r. upon which the board doing rssaafy busi
which left ahmt two weeks ago; Cant. Simon J c it i.ens, that the currency in the community, in the 1 rity of tlie constitution and the safety of this Union gru.od him h.e.e; oviM. - majetaty mt awe-
alisence t su-ii lavrs, would have been little more tnau migm acmanxi. .ir. uougiass, oi Illinois, invitee a ... ......o,,,,. , ,iUn PU r- Wl.rf , lie
siitncient to pay the coste of litigation; thus threaten-1 full investigation of the conduct of the Executive. If reuiu.i. hd not remount, ate, in which case awaassusa
,.. t.. atr... tl,.. Ulm fiU hmmbi nf ntiriiM I, . . h v 1 'i il utk if m. :i si . res" I i ,o . n i Uhm n fr. n n K en t uck v ! s,o U .1 he granted to the ai phcant. L'u: l Iii mode cf
debts, without at the same time benefitting the credt- (Mr. Daria) meant ifameacsmenf--if the opposition i!i'")i"it mewid.. ill.- i,nj my n i.,t.e o the grant-
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i contemplated the imp. achmenl of the PresidV at, they l J1 !o or a lo f ejuaf b
' would nave full latitude. The Presidents C nd a t rftÄÜ? W Ud"lty 1 W" ff'" 90
The companies w inch have left are Capt. S4UNDKK-
son's camnanv. (il). which left a week Sffo: and
Capt. Toirs company, (D), which left this morning.
The companies remaining are Capt. Losing 'a com
pany (A), Capt. BACtTBSSTossa company, (11), and
CSpt. Tuck ki;' companv, (K). (apt. llcrr'i com
pany I) is nut yet recruited. Companies C and T, But if the condition and prospocte of the people j Would nave full lu
Capts. M ason and WsLIBX, have been in Mexico ! ladividnally, wete glooinv, what ahall be said ot those j was open to the ina
for some time. ofthc State! Need I g a mt.. a calcul atton oi the tog m,o i i tauiienilicnt I f- mpomry govemnctlts in Tho chl. R i., ftV..iTi p..,: .d
lilü iboVtl COmpnseS the WhOle Ol iu.S Blie rejt- mJltOUS ot iiabiUty f tho Alpine height of that c t..1 territories, l.e bad only perfenncd tl e s,d- ,hor. and lime mn s-;iry in getting he names .f a mainr-
T.cnt ; and you Will no d. ubt be graTined to Ieara j debt, resting Uk an inoubua upon the Stale, ftlld CTOB duty required of Blei DJ bit Olth f Olfice tun lt,. in a tnhip t0 ; rsirtoaatrsiitis la eaeb individaal
that about three hundred, or more thin one-third of (hrcaleuing to ciudi her yitu energies euoer its pun- the Uta of nations. Power to estsbliai roilitarv regu- asadacatieu for keens te istati, it was pr(id,d ay the law
the entire regiment, was recruited in Indiana I Capt. I der us load lations fe-r governing possessions held by right ofjoflaas winter, that ess avavhss ef Uaat aaejetity saight be
Crittendebs, Capt. Sinionaons, and Capt. Tucker'a I Our beet ctti2 ns, despairing of extrication from tho ! conquest was admitted, but there was no right b' ripreesed, ai .nce, and aui licaawae. 't m
companMS sre composed entirely of Indianians. The ! sJiacklea of debt, were racnticing their homes and! establish civil governments in such possessions, aud eaought Uaepabtie need eras opposed to retailing anir it-
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iii-i h,is ir.iinu'i i't 1. 1. ipiwn, hi ic'siiiSj ii, anu r movii ,r ') V mIU tlie litnn of ill' o .. to, wuiie a pi ri l i no .i i . i'i p; en..i.t n . n mc i ivsiueui iu pivuuw n an i, ji il.hi univ wamin urn inry
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many Inuotua recruits were attaehul toother com-
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and luuustr avoub d our bli rhted Chorea in tl.e.r on- focn a rigm in me law ei nainuis or ine cons. mn em. mh i-v .f4,ic- (Ui wuiu ue general, and an
ward tide to the west.
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Mr. Haralson followed in defenceofthe President, i fbe live one.
Mr. JLXiusTlass explained and defined bis position. Mr. Farther, by the provisions ol the Keveaua bw, page
a aaisaa sV sf 9M mMm m sT a S Si . .
panics. Add to these Lt. Kearney'a dragoons, of
v, Ii um he r::i-id I no hundred and eleven in Indiana.
and the three regiment of Volunteer, and Indiana jene wfiO believed, that the full and entire am unt of Haralson suggested that Ihe diecussiou was prima- tWet Ibv. mat. d s;i, a tat is ordred upon each
is as well, if not better, represent d in ihe fteld, both , ur public debt, principal and interest, woiild ever be I re. It would be m re judici tta to poatpt tie it until heense Rrai ted to retail piritoua Kcjusra ,urh tas bvaag
as te number and character, as am State iu the paid 3 How many thought that we should ever be gent lernen had ascertained facts in the case. .Mr. O b' ' oi m sa id revenue law fhoa a.) for purpo-
i ai ::, DOtwithetanding her great distance from the 1 able to plunge to the full depth of our liability, and Rhett, of South Carolina, remarked thai the conquer- MS rf,i,M' ; fil "' ,hf f3',:e na,nr. page 2.t7. any
scene of action, and lief want i tdirut inter t n ti, m purk. p drowned honor by the locks!" ed territories foimed no part of the United States. If K'" beb hie 7! 21 ''TV ' ,uil'ür
ise of war. What is now the condition of the 'Meat mass of our they did, then the Pr indent would have no more right ) 1 ' Mr y fl r thc ,reve 1,0,1
The clothiug, arms, and equiptnenta for the nu n fellow citizens 1 Let it answer for itself. Itistrue, to establish governments in them than he has to or
ey may as well c md lmv?ftM been received, and nothing detains the com- ilia not yet all that could be desired, but its percenü- Iii a government in Oregon. Our occupation ofeQmmt Isaainew., und, r the action u fore referred to. .
' ', , , 1 anies remaining here, but Ine want ol norses, sad-1 ble improvement teaches us, that the only reliable California and New .Mexico being merely military, I1Re y79 (f lle .l.(li wolltl ,,e utdr jc n,tcsg,yof
in nave inemj j (ifs vV c These will undoubtedly be furnish, d ins means of reaching thai full degree of prosperity to Hu conduct of the officers of OUT government ia per- j gymting license; ami without the seetissi on paafa 235,
bearing? for ao mat few days, as the rcost of them are already purchased which, under Providence, we may hopefully aspire, fectly justifiable. Mr. Scheuek, of Ohio, conten.h d would ba m. lower to tax uch tieens. ami also ihatun-
fail to hud in M
vi c ate.
Beard an efficient and devoted ed
liox. Joris Ti. i nr. Tho following sketch of the
personal history of John re it it, one of ur n i mbenj
of Congress, appealed m a late numb r of the 1 incite
nati Commercial. The writer, aaya the Couunerciali
'is a son of Mr. I. Tuttle, of the City Hotel, Fourth
sLieit; of toiiise it is strictly true. How man)
young men can learn a lesson from this biiort, event
u In the fail of 1"7, I starttd from Cbicugo, 111.,
to viit my parents m the town of P a, Ohio.
The three Brät days travel over the prairies brought
mc to Lafayette, la., where 1 proposed to stay a few
days, and v.s4t an aged relative. While atrolling one
. . m mm
art of manufacturing fire-arms and cutlery. They
consist of a sabre and Iff t ijh The former was
made at Ames's great establishment, Springfield,
Massachusetts the hitler was made al the National
foundry, al Harpers Ferry, and ia w ithout exception
the handsomest piece of tire anus I have ever seen.
liro'' 0 of the people Of the United Stalea was day about the streets, my attention was drawn to a
m mm a .
taken no with i He speculate, ns instead of earuinü crowd ot men about a ooor, over wnicii was a aign d
aavJ savinjr, tho universal disposition was to borrow
Hiaraeu inuicaiion i I oat untoward and disaatroua
s-ate of atfurs WSS the tact that the United States,
essentially an agricultural country, imported largely
of Iweadstuftfip from other countries. So Hula had
tit y attended to their own proper business that they
Not that lie i arrogant or over
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could be more unassuming; but he seldom asks for or manufactured. Capt. Lornv's cnipany leaves is tlie systematic adherence to tltose maaims of indus- j that, by the President's oara showing, the resolution, tar dbssaMSartion, any one to retail, would be under tt
what is wrong, and makes op his mind to have what J to-morr a , and all are reported to be oil in eight or try and frugality by the people to that strict economy as tar as it related to .New Mexico, embraced nothing osceearty of ptocutWag a liBsusa.
he does ask. N i m asure of "rent public utility will " Dv t!"' Stat6 jovernmeut, and to that abstim nee from but what we claim if within the boundary of the Hoar, Wbal ia tf.e afsel of ihe law of Ijsi winter, ap-
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I iiv ai 111? un, i ijiui mj ftisa u c i cftci uiiunii.o on u BCneinrS of 'ii narv weaiili II IIIQ pan ui u'lii, uv e uiua. ui. n-ion mli wi jv.. , . .... ... ... ..iniK ... j ' i nuu. iiiji ji in nun n
in tins or, I'll venture to say, any other din, try. Ute observance of which, uur altered condition for the proceeded to controvert .Mr. II belt's position, cited county? The tf ct ia obvious, sfier the foregoing capo-
Tin v tell well for our creat progress in thc im Kirti .it better, has be a mainlv produced. Ah ve all, I desire, '-ommodore Stockion s proclamation anu oth. r matters "Ujon, it ma only r peals, or renders moj eratire tbe see-
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on tins solemn occasion, to raise my warning voice winch excited mucn laugnter. Mr. naraison witn- aw, pagsa aw aas ..j,oi tin iucnue act i -flora
lug, lüC aliurcmcuts of credit. Thia caution, at drew his amendment. Mr. Winthrop of Massachu- ref, ind to, oi the K.iscd Law sol mr.h ao far as Centre
ill tin ! proper, is m reparüc ilarly needed in tiroes setts, suggested that the proper tone (or thu discus- towilnp ia concerned, imposing s iasn lice but stao
of pros 1. r.t .'. of a return of which ah mid asatisfac- si m would arrive when the d ired informatton came l"ohie.u the board doing c u..ty aoaiaeaa in this county
tor arrangemenl be made of our State dele, we al- before thc II -use. Ifedenoui ced that portion of the 7" ' '" the majority of th. reo-
ready havenc uraging e, idence. Frompt payments, Message in winch the justice of the war is advocated, "Jl
It is brass mounted, on a black walnut stork, thirty- where there is ability, are alwaya better for both and the boundary ot Texas d.fnnd. Mr. Vinton, a , A. . .-t9ttt f ,im ...
two inch barrel, percussion look, steel brass tipped seller and purchaser, and where there i not ability, it of Ohio, moved to amend the resolution no as to in- tatou. in Centre lowLbip for townahip cfficera
ramrod, and came, i ball of about twenty to the is better, in the great majority of cases, tliat the pur- quire whetuer any part or the eonejuered terrttorica sras, No f ii sas " Then the uJx cannot be levied, for
pound. The men sre delighted with them, and the chase should not be made. That credit is sometimes lonaasj to Texas. Mr. Uokncs, of S. C., followed t10 R0j r,.aon that no lurns,- can he rioted.
Hons ers are determined to take the first opportunity desirable, it is not intended to deny; but it ii h- lieved in defence of the government. Mr. Darragh, of Penn-1 w. we wui tum to the section beSses sfmbin of, on
to prove that in handling tbe rifle they are to the that such instances are of rar. occurrence. Actu-. aylvania, obtained the floor, when the House adjou u-1 pasre Mi ot the Kci-d Statutes of i8t:j. in the act defin-
ner born, end wo to the Mexicans en whom they ated, then, by tlie deepest concern for Ute welfare ed. hg crimes aud pumhmcnta, reading, Every aaaasu nel
' draw One Sights ! " j 0f tl. people the atrongesl regard for the honor and J btii.g license.! according lo the laws iu force at the lime.
Major Burbridge and staff left to-day for New Or- prosperity of the State, I cannot but indulge the hone, From the . Athiwj ij-munat. j ske., &cM Thia is plainly an act distinct and sapoicaa
leans, to hasten preparations tor transportation to that, taught alike by tlie less ns of experience, and a TSiouitts 1. Suiiili, rrom Uie act relating to the twrtmm, bavmg oe avsasavacasaai
Point Isabel, where the res;iment will reidexvoos, I provident foreca t, the yawning gulf of debt, under Without wishing to stain or sully the judicial sane- therewith, or d mm ndmg thrraso. What then -e tlie
with a view of proceeding immediately to Tampico, the apecious nam i of credit, will be carefully avoid id. tuaries of i ur State with the ali r blest breath of par- laws ,orre tl data tunc' m Centre township as to re-
thence to San Luis Potosj, a fight, and then, Ho for I Ai to dur existing prxispects in relation t the State tizan politics, we cannot forego the strong temptation snmg aniritoas liquors! That the Uoard af Cssnmia-
the Halls of Montezuma I debt, may we not venture to express the opinion, tint to embrace the present appropriate opportunity ol toXA r-' accord" ß 'a of IM, m IM cf Local
The health of the troops here has been remarkably ' smouirh has already transpired to afford a well ground- oavirm the humble tribute of our m od noinion to the L!f slla11 pra.f,t 00 ,c,iP0 ,.".rt ,.ai1 ; a,:d a, -v l,,diMjuftl
g od. I If the dragtwiis, riflemen, and infantry there edhopefor iu early arrangement, on terms satisfactory unobtrusive and hitherto ilUanpreciated professional lTjul a' lcn'u,'. wm . . doing mat winch is lor-
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I'ho t-cc:iou 93, on pa-e .;;, will then, as under tha
Magistrate's I itfice. 1 k oki il ni and found a man
liitrMnina lln c . 1 1 r t in Imr . i - nf li i.irn-i in II
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c au, iiue. ll.Jne, under an anneirance ol unti- ...... ...i t ,; ... .i
a ui. line: aim gvaiuivs, i"'iiiei u uu im; in. I icvii y ia-
rual prosperity, the substance aud real capital of the miliar oiannrr which he bandied the care of his
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" ' 'i''J " ftw. ... .....ft ..... 0 i.w vftuftftftoij l luftVfi kittwii llvo ami ox loin, re-d m- 11 lc re m ,,r .ro,!:!,..--. ii.-,-..it:itd. to Our Citizen, and ion- .... r i t . , ,f , ...r it . ,r.Ml.,..l f 11..- rt J-,.... 'r.w I .
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me that 1 bad-een him before. I asked one of the T1 3 5ff,,,JMl a there has not been much 0rable to tbe State! Should the arrangement be SMirn-and to express our ardent wish that it may
, i .1 .i s.cniii -s, nun i.ui m. iie;iin. n mese lour were fimi Iv nr
by -stand ers who it was making the epeech: he an- i , , . ' . . . 4 ; n , ... . ""'"'J 1
1 I.,, I. . . 1 , , Indranians, belonging to tt.e mounted riilemcn, viz: . Uhi
ku iifi.d l.istlftt:.! I it , neu ri on . .1 Ii ... ..j . O i(i.
i iu i i a. i a i i. m i.'"iUt u . ..I (SS
a former resident of my native town a poor nn.
almost friendless atudeut. Winle staodini in the
res eMaged to buy the article-, M the export of cnmdi 1 wcalled to my mind
ti.... h.. ! .. .i 'i t. : i and habits, wbihj Lving in W-
iiimi IIIVIl viftofti iv . -j v."Ji.3iii. u. Ii. ishuusus .iiue.-
aingutar mannt r
He seemed to
p rts in the article of when! wiU show the change
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finally made, substantially, as proposed by the bill of be thought judteious and expedient, by 'the powers ZLilZlT:9!: c 1,,.,;,J' u
last session, it is demonstrable that no hiffher rate Of tbal b,- in nlnr. bim ..n n , ,W ' It Ufnf S?T?; . ! ! . ' f ' f . . . re-idu.g in t entre
, il . i i i j. . i - i , . . . v ' i i . . . . . i . in . i tui o, ii. a k .ii ai; aiir'iu a' i i ir mk n lici i so ui;.!r r it i-
Menrj Uile and John K bancroft, ol company K, taxes will ever bo required from the people to satisfy State. This position, we are eil convinced, he ia aw of isu, at.d a remonstrame U-u a irenud Iva
who wen- euhs-.id at l.atayelte, and Purcelland i the Whole of our Slate debt, principal aud interest, in every resoect peculiarly fitted to fill. With honor to mai..rilv mi ibafsastiiitii u -...I .1 t ... ....i ..... i '..i
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than they have been and are now paying I r the pros- himself and credit to the State. It i- well known, r.t uWsapoa refusing him such license, n . unt can doubt be
en! rear. In mv future administration of tho affaire least tn thnor who bnv onioved tie sionihir .on d 'i ' i.e.- . - - -
I orsj, m the grave yard, which is beautifully aitunteu n ,,f t state. I !. il endeavor to restrict mvself within i:-,;,. ..r . ,..i,. ,,.,. n,r,..,i .i...i..T.n -iti. .f ba r...,..!od t,, ,,..i.n,t. .i,n si Ba
r 0 - . v , ' j r a . i i I I v , - ft.' . i - . , .., . ..ii-. w w W w w v tji ft . - ll UIO I .
lliippe, ol company L, who were enlisted at
IftOgansport. They were buried with military hon-
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i... ir ii ... ; ... i.: i i.. 1 1 .... i ... I hunureu yaros ihjiou iuc tfarracks, and aa many ti,e powers delegated bv thc constitution to avoid all him. that he is ev m t. in a renin hal-l.- ,!, .rree. from U. then, after the esnrtssive r-iimn-tratir. if the !at
hul: ; u in j c1 in.'i op o ;ni ii5 u'ni i ..' u 1 i... i. ".. ......... i .. 1 1 i 1 1 i f . - ... . . . . - r - n- - . -
. Hill v Iii' in 1 1 1 1 iii'i. in "I'll iv luiii ur i.i i. -i 1 1 1 1 is
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he came into mv lather's itore ai d said to him . 4 ' . ' 1 encroaenment upon eiuier or tue co-oruinaie orancnes uir. disturbing sway of prejudice and passion, and nual waroaaip . e, uoo, auttm..z. d t-y the law of lutf..
"Suppose that a youog man of industriou. habits! SÄ nSu of g..ver,,u. mt-to see, to the best of my humble thus he is habitually governed by a Stern and itrftexi- l- ratjil HurUoni lojuer. without a he, use, and
but poor, very poor ahonld wish to go to the western 1 Nature a eannt hand. J. math their abilities, thu the hi as are faithfully and impartially hie sense of justice, from which no mere personal VT wt9md bgw" hs aaWaid n as munii,
country to seek his f rune, und he ahoubJ ak von for vt here heaves the turf in many a m.uMerübeD 77' ,!" !' fZ ! ever strong, are permitted to move Z?" WlU,J bc hab!e eadi
a few dulhirs to ime him a start 1 what would vou do .. r i r yt . " Indiana as the first objeel ol my attention and core. him. Ilia attainments, too, in his profession, are ta;llK , ,
a lov dollars 10 ve i,u a ir la ... would ii . Lach , his narrow nil forever laid Trusting to my fellow citizens for that kind in- highly respectable and i.nv well be comoarcd with 1 am of thc cf,:inon ei, that any person retailing
Ö, n abiltv- i, LwevSliv. Ts STy ll ' M dr0i:1 I11' dulgence and snpport with which I have hitherto tlof ., U- I f the oh e v t erans .1 t he V w T 3 Cc,,trc w "
, - ., . ... . . w'winBorB P,,-v,r ivlui "overns and mi ns tin.4 universe, to r U..J 1 ... . .....1 W,WW,P 10a a. j. Ml.L.
'ave 11 un me u sneu amount ; in y snoo.i nanus aim I "iNo more aba rouse them from tha r oa t bed " . , . . , . , 7, . si jcbh ,nc ra. iw. 81. isas.
Os l it J I iin a tiw.wn l.i .f as ll.i.. A..L 1... ... .... . . ...
.u,.,u. m"'Z J r u 1 ' uuVll'w they shall sleep the quiet aleepol death, until motive of our co .mou happiness
It came to my memory as t.eth BS any Circumstaned ..... Ual Immnmsnili tlm rmnmill rtf iiwlitmsiil ...,.r... 1
that had happened the day btfore. Here was the' Mr.v their names be found on the roll of the blest !
poor law-student elorpiently pleading the cause of hie-- f he w. aiiier withiu a few days has undergone a
ehent. I valkd upon him the next day, and intrcv From the mild balmy atmosphere of
duced myseit to him. Atter expressing many thanks the Indian summer to the utmost rigors of winter
t. r my lather a kindness to him, he opened his nocketJ r,. ,,. ,uvs ;n u,..,,,d . Ul. . .1...
Ft m IS33tol8M the export fell from equal to h.,ok, took out a lo note and said, There, gtvel now have some six or cWht inches of snow. 'Tlie
inai 10 your laun r be would have had it long .go rivcr ,ns rifCn about eirht feet, and continues tn rise.
Lad i known where be was living," John had just This, with the iiidieations which we have to-day of
received the nomination, from his party, tor Str.t,, : In:idcr went,er. bids fair to keen the river ooen for
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some I line yet.
In Mill iniftAfiiftfl riT r-turni !.- t A tii rtn mi1
had been turned into town lots, and over $4,000.000 . h:ul "en thought of the great advantaire that n" had here for fout da VS. The hh?h waters iu the creeks
neu 1 hi Ti.iV it ti'i in ..... I... 1.1
uur co.meiis to wnat i- u1, anu miue mem vest ifat ion ol its numerous c ements :ind nli .ri.l
diudicatioiis. He seems at once nml ahnost he in.
JAMES VVHITCOMB. tnituitl. to have aeizpfl tl.i aniril n I. w nmAwBinn inJ
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I by the Vigorous and determined labor of a few short
Imaliann State S:tlr:itli Coaventiou. years to have unwound the dark and tangled skein of
Ou Wednesday, tue I't!i of December, 1845, the its intricate and difficult principles. He is possessed
Convention met. and, in tbe absence of tho President of a mdgraent at once sound, nromot snd discrimi.
1 vr n a 1
ol hint vear. a called to older 0V
A letter from Warsaw, in Poland, dated Oct. tith.
Bays : "The Israelites of Warsaw, for s veral days
have been in the greatest consternation. The first of
this month was a dny ,.f trial, when, according to the
ttsBaee , f Sept, avbef of the last year, they were re-
omred to change their Jewish ctsitumes f. r those ol
2,006,000 bbis. of flour to SH,?19 bbls. bent at enor
iuou prices to the West Indies. fl 1;?, the import
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01 wueai 111.0 mi, agnetiuurai country was near S,- Senator had accumulated wealth and was. alto
000,1 1; 1 bushels. Instead of raisui'' wheat, the lands aether, a noted man in that countrv. He told me he
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.White, ef the Wabash College, and opened with stantial justice of hie case, and by a arm and uuitbrm ! ' r ll ?' FmK
prayer by Mr. (Joode, of the Methodist Conference. adherence to tins simple and judicious courre, he was T ' T i 7Ü1 I'f u U'"TU'"
On motion of James M. Ray, a committee of seven ,,i,led almost from the very cradle of his profession. SLZ ! !rr ' hlch
was appointed to nominate officera for ti,-Convention, al career to grauple successfully with the oldest mem- ' atuna' mu ol :,1r-'l)w l-nted a
1 .1. .:.ii.... t.i.iiiii tu.rn iMiftnimiuinlH . l . . :.. singular spectacle. J he Jews w ho had jrathered there
woo iiMiMii.11 on iuiiu.i nig, ..ini.ii . v . . uimiii'iiiii.-i. uera 01 uic isar, wuii ii".u ne csiiiie in eoroari nm-
in one yar was actually sent out of tic country to
buy wheat. Ti.is was a poottive diminution of the
capital of the country an actual impoverishment.
With the explosion of the late National Dank, how
ever, and the ktf akiog up of the banking bubble, in-du-try
resumed its WOttted direction, aud vast has
ho B the advancement of the Union in actual wealth.
I.) 'he jear lr'S7 there a' paM ior hal,
" aril raraiiafl far oasal aiaaatiil.
1 1 1
nificreaee in ba uf ISM, 1141 i.-i-;
The average quantity of wheat and Bout exported
for the last five years Ins been reduced to bushels of
wheat 8,tM0,0UJ bushels, or 10 per cent of the pro
duct, according to thc census of 1-JlO. What is true
in relation to wheat is equally in relation to all
products of national industry, and affords an nneiltilg
guide to thc vast accumulation of capital which is
taking place in this country.
I.ono AamcLXs, ukso 8rc kchcs, and long Ti l"
POSTS. Editors dislike to print long articles, their
anbei 1 ihn n dislike tn read them, and indeed, ho gene
ral is Uafl distdisb on the part of the public for eom
iwuiistationa occupying three or four columns, or the
. ' 7 " ruX on the other side ot St Louis, prevent its arrival vir lrriI,nl Ji-ivid Monfort ol
n his prej fnt pition in aociety, he had no doubt. therc ttod wu must Uillt here Btil it :io in ' ' ' ; d 1
John Lt.. ranks h.,;, mt Qngres, as a man of talent ruUt course. 1 therefore miss the wholesome and I F' L?! 2 ' w Tom ofT
He is what is cemmooly called a relf-rnade man-jrlw "Sentinel-which please lo continue to for- t KaTanauffh and L ison of
enurely so. In Congrea he baa made hirnselt quite ?Wirrd us heretofore. Voura truly, C. A. f. . l r W', ' ' X , n ; V '
noted by his violent opposition to the employment ofLL . - Kepirler , tluiries uruit, or v igo.
Lba plains, tor his course in this matter he has rc- 'r l'ie fsdnma Statt 8entintl
ctived some very severe cast igat ions from the jiress i Who is not tired of the whig cant about u pnuneo-
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judgment and honest opinions upon the subject." there not always been sn anti-pnagresaive party ?an ln tbeir names, are requested to take seats, am
1 anU-rctorm party I And who is your anti-pro.ue-sive! 1 Ul li'u,- ,"V, "
PaacTfCAL Knoa i.edoe in a CE6ISLAT0B It can- hi he who denies the capability of improvement, I
, I and would hold to auch nt tiaje, however barbarous, 1
con tinned, to-wit :
Vecsidrtd. Char lea White, ( '. rawfordaville. and familiar acquaintance with tricks and technical i-
Vice-Presidents David Monfort, of Franklin, and tips was calculated to Drive them. Mr. Smith is now
admitted on all hands to rank among ttmaoondesl and
rrc Haute, and most skillful lawyers of this part of the State. With
Indianapolis. these qualifications, which must so eminently qualify
him h.r judicial station, we have no doubt he will
On motion, it was resolved, that all the friends of combine the furthef qualification of unwearied Indus
trie Sabbath who may be present at Indianapolis trv and indefatigable devotion to Ins profession: for
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during the sitting 01 tire l on vent ion, wno win nana he has a
r..!i iiKi.iif iiriitn fl.Ak si.....ft.l ...11. SB a .
I I 1 1 1 iwii,u uu 'vu uirvil II I ''It' U, W 1 ,r t ill Ct UiM I it I n
withstanding the numerous advantages which long . ' .... .i . '' . ,
1 ...v.. ui'ui,..', aitiuiijiaiuvu 11 Jio.llln ill. II
lamentations : manv of them had even rent their
clothes in siL'n ot mourning. Yesterday morning,
the police began to compel the Israelites to conform
With the I Laee. Tho agents of government seized
upon, nt the houses of the Jews, their gam. StS made
in Jewish style OSJaOrs went through the public
streets, with largo s!,e;irs, and, whenever they met.
nn 1m loir o.ifii' 1 1 - tin. I.. .ir,.... ii... ......a 1. :
. i i . L- , 1 e ... ......,,.,,, tfvu in .1 im..--, inai. ii.uii ai' u Iii
e has a m.nd which rests not Iron, toll. In abort, ll faith, they stopped him and cut off bis long beard and
laced upon the bench we are proud to say, that iunai, wUith aic aLs;) fyddeo by the ukase. It ia
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iioi e. nee ion inai i.eirisi.iiors nvv.iv ii.-ivn n n.-.tr.
o ' - -1 ... . , , 1 , .
.. r .1 I- L , - inconsisiem, or aosuro. noary error, gross uetiision.
ileal knowledge of the subjects which come before 1 1 . ai 0 .i .
J v mwmm ()r ,ia rk superstition, sanctioned by ages, w ith him, 1..
them; but When tbis does happen, the country must preferable to truth newly developed, however impor-
deritc bejaefit from the circumstance. Hoger Slier- t;'!'t it may be.
man, when a member of OutsgWSS, detected some cx-1 B ,niti-iro;'rcssive party ! SO wise, so perfect be
tensive frauds in thc accounts of a shoemaker, who ? Hnpare, beyoml improveivoent high. The world
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i.ij uiii dj 1 vi iuivbocu tutU u un ut 11 it . 1 1 ; rf
jm 1 a t I 111 t
Un motion ot .lr. needier, tne putiiisi.ers t the
city papers were entitled to seats for reporters.
Convention adjourned until too o'clock, P. M.
The Convention was opened by prayer by ?dr. MC- tcera has been answered. Tie whole rcaTi&BOn! re
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our nunime opinion, w miuvi iioi b m.ui anu wuura ,,.., t!l.lf ti,:w ! .lv .1,. .1 a i.,..! . . ,
prove a more br,liiant ornament to our Mate, or shed nir mdnm. i,l 1.1 iMnn
v vuuuua, ft-i, ft , V'll liiv eOUUi-
o' J x , non ol l..'..r eavin r iiU annun im ios? 1 ,n
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,.o-i ot i. nt.-, uui i no uuiouni 01 ini lax i. so Teat.
tue wealthy .h vvs are ahh to iviv it
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who are still
a ricle-r glory about her judicial archives
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lis. in Louisiana tne can nr vooin- ,.1..
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while, on the other hand, the J. vv
had taken an army contract. This grave legialator
progressive I Who condemned and proseribed
and UlCOrrupUbhj patriot, had in early life been a (Jnililco, a Copernicus and a Newton I Who! All
ilioeinaker btmself, otlierwite Ine fraud would have anti-prngressiw mighty geniuses ! auch as irradi-
been undetected. Ste the world With intellectual light ethcrea
At ll mt ' I 1 . - , .m m. m m. T- ft 1
Lord, 01 maninsTUM j wnwi, aiiw mmms luruiur piu- quired Ol .New rorK was encamped at .ttir.ny on
eeedings Mr. Beecher, from a Committee, reported a anday last. Pennsylvania has her num
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series oi rewoiuiMMw, m n .ciciivu iu , -...n; mv. nanu, ami, m taci, no otaie uas anvwn me icasi uaeh- ("Jjrislians d)
first two of which were adopted. The third resolu- yardnesa in furnishing the new call. There has! '
lion, which went into a specification ol tne ddlcrcnt n- en, generally, quite a fever to obtain a chance to
I . I - . - -- .. 1. 1 hi , ,nr w ii'. lli,
Aioauy on vrv tenacious of their faith, and v.ryMipei
umher on believe that they e4teud Hod by dressinn
least back- i , ; l.
Some years ag) a bill wa brought into the British W'ressjve-l e you who you will; you who
i "inn 1 1 ii . v. 1 I ' j " ' 'I A. 1 1 ill. I ""ll, ll liU liijliiii Hit ve
ndemned and traduced a Wasliington or a Patrick
Parliament to tax shops. When a member had finii h-
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üb de s.de ot a paper, that no newspaper hUd with , ""g speeen against tne tun, Mr üregorv lurncr Uenrv sou. who would have abused a I. nth vet to or a
them, can he Sustained for any eoiisuler.ablc period ol srons and made his first speech, in which he elicited Jeder on calling them JtKOhins and anarchists yon,
lis deen m' wou'(" have vililitd the name of a Madison or a
T.,nl-...iii . . . null, nrno MUia it-n aalt i.lfi, mn
it ii ... ,i , . plant yourselves on your ami-improvement doctrines.
W hat, says he, - not tax ehops! ! I an, uasnued ! knd hänute-like, bid the advancii.g tide to ,tav.
I hey arc able to pay any duty almost. I myself j S.
knew a little milliner in St. James st. who from 'only 1 Ran. WsnsTBn.Tbn Whig Stale Convention of
selling ribbons, and wires, and gauzes, was able to New Hampshire hVe nominated I hull. Webster sua
t.me. N it is in respect to speeches and reports m , thumi. rs of applause from the galleries for 1
puouc ass mimies A long speecn generally orives , kni1wVi.rC , lhc p.lxlllit.s ,.f traUc
Ute imniiiiiu nun iticai sKW aiHi iihs ;"nii"i. uu
oi Uionouse; v.nue a lon report is so intolerante,
i iit a the quickest way of getting rid of it, half a
,1'V.eti m tions are commonly made at once, that such
a report be laid eat the table and printed, aud that is
fr wrücotly the end of the matter. Those individuals
who are most notorious for long apeeches and long
r ;. arts, are usually new members. They are inexpe-
. ed .vant to show off und occupying ton much
tttne and paper, aooo contrive to make theaaselvea a
i . . lanae, and of in ceissequencs among their eid
lesgvea. The first and last anyoeot .f ,'uo of the
M bM cel. brat. ,1 PffSSS Mounters of England was.
that M no friend of the sdnunistiutiou should ev r 6
guilty of a long spo-ech or a lon report." Ii . i. n
I 'mMTm r .
i. J "We concur in thc above, except that wc would
qualify soona of the rcmaaks to til as well as neu
members : for there is once iu a while nn old member
wln is so proud of his " experimental knowledge" a
to be continually " sticking in his oar," in nenuan ami
mit of seas on, to the great annoyance of every one
. . I 1 to the great detriment of business.
A lit i i EE OF w Vasi -.I .. uaL.m
aastses, such as travelling, late sieepmg in tne morn- Doubtless many and many a man has been keen- (,f the Mayor to the Board of Aes sunt Alder-
inaT. lounging all day, sleeping in Uod s boose, Slc., y disappointed in not obtaining an opportunity to go .......i" ,.r e.,,. . M , , , .
, !,;,t.d considerable diseu.-Mon, on a motion to strike "he "flfl." Truly our pe pie I ke war better . :o , Tl14 " lr-;tutn,, intuecty
, i.i. i i u i i . T.t . I 1 . , , , i atiout lia.', with nearly seven tin usand iuinate-
out so much as related to sleeping n bureb, and lhan Sydney Smith did, by a "pretty considerable ol of tbeae, 574 have been estahh,:.ed since May I ist'
aniM(;1lectual,.t.atvvasm,u;. to get nd ol Uits part L . removals. In the kXineWuru'
of the resolution ir. heeeh, r hov yevcr, was sue- ;; v . , . t,4l7girhT5 bad repute. There have also been rc-
t! ; u,.,,,,! he resoluiion b, lore the ( onven ion, The exports of pr.duce tn in New York for the m pmkpocketa and thieves -107
although opposed bj ntpson, i Messrs. Lay- week cndillg lK, afth of Nov ember, were very large ;tis,rd;.r!v ,,,US(.. . ,5f Ju. .H peVseaaTwaVaro
lass, Kavanaugh, Muufurt, Uoode and others. A They were rirmcipally to Uvor Oi the roost )f n de8cnbed lnd their habits noted; 13 oolier
motion v.-as made o hy it on the tab le ; which did prominent articles we n -de tl-ur. t7.tM Mbbls. ; w Ln ; 54 gaasbling houses; 7 iVter Vunk Xo?-
not prevail. F,na ly, at a late hour, the Convention 56,1 00 bushels; butter, 89.0110 h.s. ; cheese, 1.TO3,- M ,U( Toeetaeies of stolen ""ods '-'7
took a recess until six and a halt ..clock, (when it 000 lbs. Of this immense quantity ot nearly 00ih- J . , PO nil.'N ,. l UUb
. a i Ja- v i a ii mmm - - ' -.v & ss I i i
in a aineie
marry n baronet. Nay, I know it to be a f.ict, f..r 1 candidate for the Presidency in 1-siS. May God save
am tiiat very baronet, and my wife is that very IjtUe l,l, I,:,rty frm inJ stlr'' cnuaity as that. Bui
milliner. I have looked into her book, and It iaaa- n're f WJ Jv' v'den 'c ,1,e fnited
.... , , t ;i 1 1 is From the tearful cmsennenecs ot any suc!i cor-
tonishing w hat profits are made on the wire ol arm i . ., . ,.r ,
1 i,eoi.iiap. rupt and oangerons sdmiuistration aa that of a "Web
Would you believe it, Sir, that Lady Gregory Page ater administration." We look upon Dant. Webster
Turn.-r, when she kept a retail ?lmp m St. Jaimv as the roost dangerous man in our Government com-
street, could sell a cap f.rr nine shillings, which did hining, aa he aVaaav the groati
untstasaj her above two and aixpence; and that she! rWW"M wwmt
ntghl Inve charged twelve guineas for a cloak the Th fi,MVO 18 fr,,,U tht' n'V Ameriem of Dec.
making and materlaU of whirl, did not amount to t l94' ThUgh l',C Wr
mow than four pounds ; therefore, 1 sav. the mv ; seoMH to t,Ill-'rl;"" ipptectstion of one of the
good one." j greatest leaders of its own party. We don't wonder
that Clarkson sometimes kicks out of the Darts
fr7We received yesterday Ihe Daily Philadelphia
Ledger of De". I, an I D, all by the BUM mail.
07" If any one wishes an Almanac for 1 lio year; traces.
1-17, let him procure I copy of thc "Western forThe Washington "I't.ion" now comes to us in a
harmer and (iar.bner's AhnaiiHc," published by new and elegaat torm. The Weekly is s large qbartc
Sheets i Co., Indianapolis, and edited, we believe, and contains an immense amount d" reading matter,
by Lev. II. W. IWher. It a as good Bfl any other, ' It is very cheap indeed at two dollars a year. We
not setter. recommend it to the patronage of our friends.
. f n i- .- .1 .
ui meet to hear Uie seriiiiai oi i revuem Simpson,) iii i) ur ItMal tons ot elirese
without disposing of the resolution, which will, on i almost tlie whole was sent to England.
to-morrow morning (this day j oe tue ntst thing ml
rirtipr Closed hy prayer bv Mr. Lattimore. Labob 0 u sn. The Loisdoa Times, of October
The resolutions, at length, and a condensed report ?2A.m iournal which never makes random statements.
of the Speecbea given in our next, j remarks that M one of tbe greatest capitalists in Eng-
j.imj or jj,,, u ,rhl had sent out an order to the United
Indiana If L00I1JW UP. Nothing indicates the States ior5CU,0iK) quarters of wheat equal to 900,0011
prosperity of any new country more than tbe active barrels of flour."
purchase" f lands in small tracts, fir adtfaifcf'riiii 1
bv the industrious, but less wealthy portion of tlie The ( 'i.-srintuiti '.m.n-rciit announces the appcar-
farming people. That evidence, it aeCml to us. we ance in that city of new counterfeit st bills on the
have iu this part of the country at this lime. The Bank of Kentucky, Louisville. Vignette, a female
sale of lands to such actual Bettlers is very brisk in seated With Uplifted hands. Goddess of Justice on
:, s neighbor hood. We are informed that at one the rigid. Tay J. D. Saunders, Vtrgel Mcknight,
olfice fr the sale of lands, in this place, (the oiliee of President. 11 1 graving rather coarse, and paper light.
Judge Steveon,) twenty-one tracts have been sold, to i
o many actual settlers, m the last ninety days. Public meetings have boon held in Bahrmoes, Pitts
Madisou Bonn r, ) burgh, Philadelphia, VVasliitigtonnnd other cities, f r
. the relief of Ireland. From present indications, the
Anotufu Disov.-.kv. Mr. John R. St. John, of contributions from thia country will be very large.
Buffalo, NOW York, has lately perfected an iustiii-i
rnent bv which the variation of tbe magnetic needle The Democrats of .Maine have auccecded " etCCt
1. 1 i oi.v liino Ti.i ins nd valuable dis-1 tor n munritv of the members of the Legislature :
can i, iion .i ii .I m ...o ... ... i - i '-'n j .t
gcieniincj securing the election oi Lreroocrata iu ini tne twenty
r..i . ... 1..... I I 1...
CO Very. IUC naraawcw nmm necsi ivru j
Ben, and found to answer the purp se.
pawn sn ;i-.
Protn May to November inclusive, there have been
15,798 ftrrestS, of which, however, there were l,.Vj."
i r intoxicati, a, 8,280 tor being drunk nnd disorderly,
t,103 for assaults and battery ; disorderly conduct
alone, 2,168; petit larceny, 1,000, and varanta
1, 350 ; thus leaving but a very small proportion for
tho more serious offences.
hr ni ute 1-t of May lo the 11 of November, there
have been lJ,"ii destrute peo .ie . . hnlg-
incs at the various station bun SC, and 1 .tt" lost
children taken front the streets and returned to their
Death of inn Widow or Blsci Elaunf, Tlie
editor of the Louiavillc luurnal has rseaisei a letter
from Dr. Volte y pai..; g. e,g en to the Sacs and
Foxes, luentiotiing the lieaih, in the S.ic camp, on
Kansas river, on the 29th of August, of As8baw-E-QuUi
(Singing Bird) widow of the d.stinguishid war
chief, Black Ban k, aged BS years.
Tnr. S .r in mi BsST. The Treasurer of IV
aaocratic Maine has subscribed one hundred and tifiy
thousand dollars ef the Sji-'ijiMXlJUK.' brau f r carrviiinj
Lou the war with -Iexieo.