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It PubUthed every TTednezdaS Morning, tjf JOSSUL IW A' EGGEIZS, At 3 per Annum in Advance. Advertisement inserted at 1 dollar for one square or less, and 50 cents ;for each continu ance. A liberal discount to those who adver tise by the year. " TfJE GUARD. HOLLY SPRINGS: :JUNE 14 f : it jl jl I l lb u dn r i l ji 1C i I l p I U I J V I a v y L ROBERT JOSSELYN, Editor. HOLLY SPRINGS, ML, JUNE 14, 1843. VOLUME II. NUMBER 20. THE TENNESSEE CANVASS. Gov. Jones has recovered his health and is battling gallantly against his powerful and popular competitor, Col. Polk. Large con courses of people assemble at every appoint ed place of discussion and great interest is felt throughout the State in the result. The effort of Col. Polk at Fayetteville in old Lincoln is said to have been one of the most able ami happy of his life. We can well im agine, thatthe excitement of being surroun ded by so many friends in that sterling dem ocratic county would give an unusual glow and power to the eloquence of that distin guished dIator. From whdt we can learn from ;ravel!ers from different parts of the SUte, there can be little doubt of his elec tion by a decided majority. It is thought the democrats will carry the Legislature, also, and thus secure a democratic majority in the Senate of the United States. This last is a most important consideration. Democratic National Convention. It is now, we think, generally conceded that this important meeting will take place in May 1844, a majority of the States so far having declared in favor of that time in preference to Novem ber of the present year. We rejoice at this, because we have no doubt the latest day will give the most general satisfaction. In the mean while, let the friends of the respective candidates press their claims, if they will, but forbear to excite prejudice against either. We should be ready to support the-successful nomi nee, if fairly presented, although he may not be our individual choice. It should be the pe culiar pride of the democracy, that they have so many distinguished men, either of whom would do honor to the Presidential chair. We must not let the whigs conquer ns by our di visions. The North can support Mr. Calhoun or the South Mr. Van Buren with perfect safe ty to the interests of both. Between these two great statesmen wo .feel confident the choice will be made. C Our bachelor brother McMahon of the Enquirer is becoming a convert to Mesmerism at last. Dr. Moore with his man "Richard" labored in vain tho Col. pronounced it an arrant humbug, but Dr. Boynton and bis fair subject have succeeded. The Col. is mesmerised. Dr. Lardner. This celebrated lecturer has been delighting the good people of Vicks- burg and Jackson. We understand the Dr. will be shortly in Memphis. Could he not ex tend his visit to our village? We believe his lectures would be well attended. Several gentlemen have expressed to us an anxiety that he should come. Gov. McNutts Address. We have read in the Sentinel part of the Ex-Governor's ad dress to his late constituents. It seems that .when he said "he was right upon the Planters1 Bank Bonds," he meant that he was in favor of their repudiation. But little new light is thrown upon this subject. We find nothing as yet calculated to change our formerly express ed opinion. The unlucky day of tiie week. Friday, which is generally considered the most un lucky day of the week, is" the only one named altera woman, Friga, from which it is derived, having been tho wife of 0n, an old Saxon warrior. What Bay our married friends to this? SPARE THE BIRDS. BY GEORGE M. BETHVKZ, X. . II Spare the gentle bird. - Nor do the warbler wrong; In the green wood is heard Its sweet happy, song; Its song so clear and glad, Each list'ner's heart hath stirred, And none, however sad, But bless'd that happy bird. And when, at early day, . The farmer trod the dew, It met him on the way With welcome blithe and true, So when at weary eve, He homeward wends again, Full sorely would he grieve To miss the well loved strain. The mother, who had kept Watch o'er her wakeful child, Smiled a the baby slept, . Soothed by its wood-notes wild ; And gladly had she flung The casement open free, As the dear warbler sung From out the household tree. The 6ick man on his bed Forgets his weariness, And turns his feeble head To list its songs, that bless His spirit, like a stream Of mercy fcom on high, " Or music in the dream That seals the prophet's eye. O ! laugh not at my words, To warn your childhood's hours, Cherish the gentle birds, Cherish the fragile flowers; For since man was bereft. Of Paradise in tears, God these sweet things hath left To .cheer our eyes and ears. f . 1 t - a I parts oi ine country win do inviteu to sena aeic- i he onuff maker.- lJeter l-orillard, the from the Baltimore Republics gates, a ins measure is to do pui m iorce as great snun manaiacturer o xsew i ork, died ai A Democratic State. Every one knows . I -ir j i, f A ,u A?u - Vl- that New Hampshire is a thoroughly Dem- mount to three millions, and such a course is to day, in the 80th year of his age. He had ac-L,; J1j mlin r , i j : : :!...: .'u, ' e ... .. .... ocratic btate, and stand amongst the first , e ,.0t tL iii j nnm0 t,,0 rw .u !' rnk in her party; but every one does not laic kij it rv vl iao auuaa a uv iiiou iawwiui i u v LTwii aa laminar tU lllKS IJcQ- I 1 L j . . . in the knowledge, forbearance, sagacity, and pleas their daily prayers. It is a sad com- Jnow tat.she stands equally KelUs regards faithful devotion .of O'Connell, possess a treas- mentary upon poor human nature, that its idle Ver Pecun,ary condition.. The Bay State ure wnirh wi 1 ensure the attainment of their habits and lollies enab e men tnnma ti, uiuurai nas uie louowmg among oiner re legislative liberty. Already do the oppressors greatest fortunes; but so it is, and if the matter mars uPn the old Granite Slate: quake with tear, ana sees some preiexi ior were careiuny compuiea, we tnink it would be leio Hampshire. l his JState presents a crusnmg me movemeui. iuuuu inai neany as mucn is expenaea in grat- most remarkable spectacle, when contrasted SPAIN. ifv.inS 'hese, a3 in providing the actual neces- with manv others of the Union. She is one Tho Madrid inurnals state that no modifica- Slltesana COmiortS Ot lite U; 5. Dtm. j . . ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA AT BOSTON. The steamer Caleionia, Capt. Lott, arrived at Boston on Friday, 19th inst., from Liverpool, bringing dates five days later than received by the Great Western. There is no chanae of nole in the state of trade, and manufactures continue depressed. The Overland Mail had not arrived at London at the last advices. Another debate has been held in the House of Commons upon the Webster treaty, in con sequence of Mr. Hume's motion for a vote of thanks to Lord Ashburton. The worthy refor mer should have substituted "Webster" for Ashburton" in his motion for to Daniel is England indebted for the acquisition she has got by that treaty. Lords Palmerston and Russell led the opposition to the motion, and Sir Robert Peel and Lord Stanley, tories of the first water, sustained tho motion; the latter lengtn ana of the few that owes no public debt. With Life Wftrnmft intrt Mistflrw,.-,, fnr a population larger, by some seventy thou a few years on the stage of action, and are sandt than Michigan, and nearly three times hurried away, to be known no more. Thus as ,arSe as Arkansas, she is yet free from is lifebrief in its career and sudden in its debt; while the former owes between five close. But notwithstanding the shortness of ad six millions, and the latter over three life, how seldom do we reflect on its termina- millions. tionj ,wWhat hopes we build! what projects Unlike many others of the States, New we commence! how full of iov and pleasure Hampshire holds no stocks.'and has no inter- tioes the luture appear! Alas! alas! for human est in any railroad, canal, or other corpora iraniy anu snon-sigmenuess: in ttie muist or tion ot a business nature. The true purpo me dying ana me dead the prostration of ar- $es of Government have in that Slate been dent hopes and fund expectations. We look faithfully observed, and therefore the affairs about us and rejoice m out strength and the Qf tne State'and its public concerns have not prospect ot years to come. Our next door .u i,.: r:. j::j on the ZZd,n a large public building called the neighbor our paiticular friend our nearest a, T,. nL-pt with hr Smdotorc ha Coliegio dos Nobres, formerly the Jesuits' Col- relative is taken from our midst, in the prime T. f Uh her legislator-, has lece'ard latterly the Polytechnic School. The of vouth. .r in thft .Vnf m.nhnnl TU "" UUV uuwu VP uie prospeniy tion of the ministry would take -place until the (Jortes was definitely constituted, which would not be until the 25th or 26th. The choice of a President of the Chamber of Deputies would exercise considerable influence on the solution of the ministerial crisis. It was reported at Madrid that the Spanish Consuls at Bayoune and at I erpignan had forwarded information to the government that the Charlists weie about to attempt another " insurrection. This report , however, had not created any sensation. . PORTUGAL ijisoon papers to the '.54th ot April, give an account ot a destructive nre which broke out Douro Y ine Company Bill had royal assent, and the Pope 1 appointments of the Patnarc Archbishop ot Braca, and the A general feeling of regret seemed to on account of the failure of the tarjff tion. TURKEY AND RUSSIA. portion of the people at the expense of ano- hts and liberties the free and un- forffotten the memory of the de- interrupted exercise ot nis Honest Jabor, and prevail parted fadjs away, and the song and the dance lne enjoyment of the fruits thereof. So are nccotia- are resumed. . ne just ends ot uovernmeni Dest suuserved, 'he prosperity of a State promoted, and the Feelincs of Despondency. Every human haDDinass of its people secured. i - - - - - t - i received the solemn event thinw a mnmpnlarv olnnm rr iad confirmed the our spirits, and we cease to induce in our Uier. bnt Protect lhe n.S h of Lisbon, the arrnsiomal iovnn niirtiit. T5nt 5n fir A OI aIt a"d to secure to each I - -J I J I- . ft Bishop of Lreia. the event :s Saxta Fe Traders. The St. Iuis Her ald of the 13th inst, says, we learn that the main Santa Fe caravan was very near Inde pendence, with upwards of 40 wVon, 120(7 mules and a quarter of a million0 of d'olfars in coin and bullion. A special term of the U. S. Circuit Court will be held in July to try the robbers and murderers of Charvis, The Searceys have not yet been taken. An unsnccessll effort was'made to apprehend them by a small party, who were fepulsd by the triends of these rascals. The St. Lonis Republican thinks that the marauders will find but little opportunity to intercept the trading party who are about to leave Independence for Santa Fe, as a de tachment of Mexican soldiers, to give them safe conduct, have arrived at the forks of the Arkansas river, to which place the traders are to be, escorted by a detachment ot U. S. troops. Sir William Drummons Stewart's mrtv had reached Madame Chouteau's Landing. below Westport, in jrood health, where thev encamped, to await ;he arrival of another party from St. Louis. In the mean time, they were making all necessrv nrepenlions for their long march. Fi-owers. The soil most suitablo' for powlowers is a compound of that taken rom bogs and swamps.of a black color, and marked by those characteristics which are usually supposed to indicate a vegetable or- gin, with a portion f sand or silex, and arden mould in equal parts. Flowers have ot only a present and homely, but have al so a classical interest, b rom the earliest ges thev have been used as symbols of the affections and passions of the human heart; we hope therefore that all our fair readers II do something in the way of their. cuU tivatton. 1 1 , -.1 1 !? J Qnn r, . . j r i i .isuui iias w ssiruKRie wun such leeiincs, auu - ...w. w ... i.i aii z l i : i l i i i . Dc;n AUt u-u j .! uie xu seeing aione Knows now nam u is au a Irienrt ot lh pd.tnr nt the. fVew York uw"i iiicuiiai.es it, uuiu uuu uecisive move- . i. .u . L . ,i , n " mentupon European Turkey, and of course tes to obtain the mastery; but they should Tribune has furnished that gentleman with the English are weighed down wit h sympathy P5?33 tlx)Tut Jng told, except to record the some statistics in relation to milk. Heestim- for the Sultan. John Bull is a creed y rascaL triumph. In this world of sorrow and conflict, ates 0iat lhe population of the city of New and cannot bear that any body should usurp eey ra" y 7 cnui B wee york (350.000 souls,) consumes every day at and tyranize but himself, and sooth to say h possible, and if he cannot speak hopefully, be nQQ quarte Jf milk and water not has proved his title by his acts. Any barba- aAW J 1 T- ' u 'of the purest kind, purchased and paid for reus nation, to .our mind, would U in the rJJT:, under the co.nomeof milk; when, in fact, hands ot Kussia than m England, but in the ' r:.t w r w. 1 ' one-fourth is water. This, it will be observ worasoi many, irom avi sue n, good ird de- . ; ed, supposes every five individuals to con iivci us. . ryrn t n tt a nn.c. fk;a ;f.. ..,u . rv .1 From the Bav Stata Democrat. ."TV.. " 7 J "T. rT, ' " aa ? V1"4 'ilc 'a,u W4. " I nrnrPPn n n irOTie UUULT d ieUlUL10Il UI VjOM- I rWnnr V . Ir Hntlit f-. .,nfai. nmnnnlinn fin I L ncn iuik uuny iui iaici, auiuuuiiutjt gressto rcake inquiries and exammations with n,iai. to one hundred and ninetv-one thou t nr i r . .1 t r a : nnt I ' " J neu mr. uenioa siatea, some years apo reierence 10 me uiaiKcis iur auiei icaiv uuuc- -an j Hnl ir! that the result ot the destruction of the Uni- co on tnat continent, and to co-operate wun ed States 3ank and the restoration of a sound American ministers there in endeavoring to re- Dreamino. On the trial of Clifford, ac currency would be, that specie would flow up lieve this great staple product ot our country cording to the Montpelier Watchman, mo iiissisippi, ana mat tne western tar me ri trom tne enormous tiuues imposed on ic in would be provided with lone silken purses, foreign markets, will sail from New York in through the interstices of which the vel low the course of the next or followintr week. Col. gold would glisten, the announcement was re-1 Harris has paid much attentoin to the subject ceived with shouts of derision by the friends of has recently visited the several States in which the bank, and its managers exerted every most of our Tobacco is raised and prepared mg3i6 to prevent a result so fatar to their for market; and . goes out as we hope and be Paper, money KChe.mGa- Ti dl n3 thought-! lie v4 wU al Vfi.n.1, r3t - well informed, deter- leSS Caught Up their cry of contempt, and echo- mined, if possible, t6 accomplish the "object ef ed it lar and wide. Mrs. Marvin testified that, after the drown tnjr, she dreamed of travelling "in. a partic ular direction, in search of the shawls which were upon the bodies of the deceased per i i . i sons. ihe came to a log, and passea it: ana at a short distance beyond, discovered both of the shaw.ls doubled up, covered somewhat in the. sand, lying amone bushes and tal Un the following morning she told in n ennopn c lonintta ion rrrr dn.T " vii niiranaed x ne lixiucauon uni excites considerable at- jjviwv-i. iu..uu, vjitf., tio iuc laruntc liilia- luo uuvciuuicm auu csciau v n uic isiiucio i f j j " L IlC I COO Kilt (Kilt Qtnn1fiif.fn.n.n ! n . n ,1 I n.t f.. ...-1, V.tw UnslfV. lnnn! I W tOCC? TT Ont t iho flinO I T A l "1 f IlH M 17 111 the even tenor of hi3 course, firmly deoiarinfHness and success. Nash. Union. dream, and there were the shawls in the ve and reiterating his opinions, when weaker - rv condition she had dreamed them to be. . i The Lady's Book for June contains its usual variety of interesting matter, including the conclusion of JMiss Leslie's delightful story Anuetts Haverstraw. Jisdcs Howry. We have been requested be the Hon. James M. Howry to make known through the medium of our paper to his constituents of the Sth Judical Dislric that he will necessarily be absent from the State during the next month. . The Crops. Notwithstandin g the unu sually lae spring we understand the pro spect for fair crops is quite favorable. IV hea -a looks ve II end . the corn and cotton are much more forward than could reasonably Jiave been expected. In the midst of fine weather and serieral health the predictions -of Father Miller seem td be forgotten. hostile attacks awaited "'The hard." For the three months ending j Those who . have read the very interestin on the 21st of March last, the coinage at the life of Tennant. bv thn late PTCpllpnt Elia lhe monster died hard: its hydra head. New Orleans mint amounted to 81,000,000, of Rondinot will rpmemher that hp w.t? save . . I 1 I AA. I rvAA 1 I W -ww sprung uF. every aireeuon lo perpetuate the wmcn ouio.uuu, was m goia. from conviction by a cans of conspiiator. frT an nuL'Tiil rnm a hwr tho i rn n m ri o man W. tJeaK- anj njs w;re in Virginia, both of whom trav viiu piuuiuuui uciuciuoi iuuiiuu. lev. oi ri Hie in a. lias oniainen ;i naipni But these evils, like the times had their day, and run their course, Mr. combining the conveniences of a trunk and a wardrobe. The frame of the wardrobe fife olnoo in iho innor clrloo nT t ho triinL- tention, both in and out of Parliament plan proposes to extend the benefits of educa tion, both of a secular and religious character. TT ! - . . : t .. . n i . I Udl Pion.reiaung k ounaay scnoois is very men shmnk back, and o..VuS,j, u,c.cu iu uy me u,3SCule,3 irom me m on every si(je ujH3i.upai viiuivtii, uu mc givuim mai 113 ten dency would be to extend the doctrines of that church among the children of the dissenters. Government has consented to some modifica tions in the plan, but not sufficient to do away with these objections, and it is thought the bill will be lost. Upwards of two millions of ner 1 1 11 1: . .1 suns uae ueuuuueu ranumieui. against inQnnntnn m0,n,,Ki; .1 - j 1 3' . 1 I uiio, until ua a auuinici iiiui u Dillon ine grouuua we nave inuicaiea. in waitinff for the inwitaW rsiilt. xvi.h ih The Queen continues to improve rapidly, nnTmnro nf i,. nn- tL r.r.u e and it was hoped that bv the 20th inst.. she . cii;nj tu5. i. u would leave Buckingham Talace for Claremont, h;, rmMZth wn var,aA ni,i j' to stay there some two or three weeks or so, flow UD theMississinni. .nd in rP.r fnr ih :i m. a. i. d t i t - i x r r - - aw II 111 1 I 1 ilH J- il . JL 1 HI ks. n h li ir: II f in If rF"f 14 I n I . . Windsor Castle, and remains there until royai visit to ireiana, wmcn win taKe piace at nnr.M.n- vot ,u,01,u ,u ..,:.. which the boltom of th trunk is th m m 1 MT m ft-'1-- ""' 1 wwfcw I lUlUUlf 1 UIO UC I 1U1 0. . 1 U LJ 3 I . w V the latter end ot July or the Deginning ot Au- of lheir WOrk-dav hata. Ttthn frdlAwinr na. The Darts, as thev slide from within elrh .. ir. a tkA.i ...... .,,11 . v.inn. j i . j - o i ; . " - uSi, wi. aiucu nvejr w,0.a0t ttu- graphs from the New Lisbon fOhio Patriot other to their nrooer nos t on. are fastened vices ana his youngest aaugnter proves to Dea shnw wiiat nrft ,uA unnv f',k r u cnrln Whon ua ; cr.uj na tnt Via a ft tt Iittlo Hon r Mfhpf mrir iAra .. . .. .. IJ-Q .t..iV .Mwu.f t. eWe9( and hQW we Mr. Rflntnn iinrlr. I its. Hnnh Annr ro nn nxU nn tn f m U I kn Kir K MA(riA nnH Cif fnw K.it I . ,.www w - v wmi wiivu) uwt exceodingly small ears, and feet that ever mortal was blessed ine tunerat ot ine uuKe oi oussex was to intpiv rptnmpd frnm . i t i a.u u ,1 u ri i I J . . lUKt: ymvc oil mo nu ,uai., mc.uajr uic aicuu- (other da nia left Liverpool, ureat preparations were est kind making tor ar? imposing spectacle, ana an the t o.t .11 11 .1 1 1 Jw. shops ot Liondon were to be cioseu, oy ine orders ont Kp . . r ii mi - l ;?! ot the lora mayor, ine vuceu uaa signiuea & , of oUr wortnv to the uuicness oi Inverness, me wiuowoi inGfrnm th& r;verw;th onlti fnll nt th A, JJuke.tnai sne cannot conunua iu occupy me a- ,:utri rrnu TTn Mfl.k:n n7oii,r;?! .- parimenu m ae ra.acc, w .wug luuauucu were told that one of its mercantile firms had k tiiiskind hiif h!it shf Will SfilftCl H. SUlt Of I i . j t . . - nc ----- ------ t . uaieiy returnea irom iew urieans, towing up ruuuu u iuo "- " the river a lew Doxea weli lined with humbugs up the other rooms to uovernment. Thig looks ag if the tagw waa reall medi Th3 Chakjist Trials U Connor and the tatmg a sally upon us! If the farmers will other Irish Chartists tried at tha late Lancas- only pay out the specie which they receive, in ter Asiizes. together with White who was tried stead of layins it ud. we mav hoDe to see it be at Sta fiord, have received notice to appear at coming more generally in circulation. But I now almost perfected. Florida The settlement of this Territory, under the provisions of the late act of Congress appears to be going forv ard steadily. At the and onice in &t. Augustine, up to the 1st insr., there had been granted eighty-eight permits to settlers on public lands uuder the armed occu pation law, and there were eight or ten appli cations pending. These settlers have establish ed themselves at Indian river, St Lucia, and Lake Worth. The Tallahassee Floridan, of the Gth inst.. says that Mr. Levy is re-elected delegate to- Congress. Lou. Jour. evils of paper banking, and for a time the idea ot specie s ever flowing to the West seemed as A VARnRonE Trunk. jIr. J tr ""1 rpeiua. n.oi uu. iey, oi rniiaaeipnia. nas ootainea a patent peA on foot to New Jersev for the nurnose evus, iiKe tne plagues oi ancient for a verv usefu and inrrenious invention, r u: j . 1111 ilUIll ' lllllli UUU illlllLU UdLlll 11111LI lllllib -.,!. J O " ' . . J r - - the court was sitting It is also a fact and a most extraordinary n '' nnaa font XT.' ll l rf i fx' a Ymrc invoctirr)tor1 cupying yery little room, and is drawn up ,uof ir AAma ih r,r0 r ritc v;um by, the hand, portion after portion, in the .u -j-Kt hofnr Ur i,,Kinc mnrr oui.iv n.unwti no uic oiuca a icicauiue ftlC Jrogmthot c'o on at him h UoA out nn nnH v-.wuipw,, Uil 1 Villi U 1U1 fcUV 1 . . a . . . . i UAVUIftV-A kllUI. Cll UlllU VUk U Mft V rich nroHnrtanf ih ceiorn a,mo A arawu oui, uniu a very nanasome, ngnt ana uj : o ., u . i ----- . ixatwii luuiibij) gum uwi . . . - . . . i rl ill u uu a 1 1 in nas UIC U'Caul) uhinfl thrn.mh ihn r u: :iu i eieirau i cioseL or wararoue is erpcipn. omii .l j- i ....vuii. iiniouca ui Liitrn &111LC11 i c ' -innn n nppn inn 1 1 1 1 r u i r 1 mnni imnn npr mind, that she opposed his going out on the fatal day. Nor, when he failed to come home at night, had she any doubt of his aw f ul fate. N. Y. Com. Adv. A Remarkable Man.- At a temperance meeting recently held in Alabama, Col. Leh manousky, who had been 23 years a soldier 1 stood the resources of that countrv. and the nat-lintUp nf n wnrrtrnKA. with hnnls nlr., the very littlest nrai onerations nf tho. litvo or ,or? I l . j j ;.u I Wl r , , . naug yuur tums, auu vesis, ana pantaloons . "Une or our river traders, we learn, having , below, came to town the nv a minute, and van hvp .m PTtPmnnrano. In nrmlog f Pnnnnri nt. yofTnLialLK f Xel,W'h3 Ci?fetV!3.,firT:.!0,id',nd. cTPact 33 dr.efse! audience tall erect and vigorous week, in passing through some of our fT f u U1C ?T ol uie iruPK ?re ai" w"n ine g'0)v OI nealin m n'lIace ana. !a,a m townshin. wo .4 P iacnea cdbiui-, so mat you can wneel your "l ou see beiore you a man 7U years old. J a " w iuvisiuu.ui. i "v'UiJ V I I'lii. C C . r a. . I 1 1 I m m i i t ias nirmprshavlntr rPtnrnpH lllue Fwul ,air n"iure wnere you win. have 14 wounason my oody, nave uvea u i - - - A Needle Manufactory .- -Among the bark of trees ice lor my drinK, Poitsait Paihtikg Those gentlemen and ladies who may have an inclination .to "see themselves as others see them" and pcrhap3 im proved a little on canvass, can now gratify that very natural curiosity by calling upon Ma. Pons dexter at the Marshall Inn. We have had the pleasure of examining some eight or ten of his portraits, taken in our village, and consider the.m striking likenesses. He is a gentleman of .quiet," easy and unobtrusive manners, poli'.e and good natured, and what", is of consequence in these limes, when money can no longer be man bfactured from rags, idorks cheap. , days on horse flesh, with curious things I was permitted to examine at the ca'nopy of heaven for mv covering, with riaversiraw, notnmg awawenea so mucn in- .,t obiniro nrcK m rat aA wJih terestas the machinery lor making needles. on, fc " ra for clothing. In the ve are no longer to oe ; aepenaeni on tor- deserts of Egypt, I have marched for days eign countries lor an ariic eoisucn primary wilh a burninj? sun UDon mv naked head. liccajuj 03 uttuiw. iiuo.imu wiu.n MIC roai Kliofarorl in ( iQ cnrAh nf cnnH on4 ursi attempt 01 tne Kina in America, and isj TO:th pvp, noUru, and mouth filled with dust nnA ihivef e (rtvmAn t in rr tlifit T t A-n nnan f K o l . . Dah.I. Thurcnn V. tViflV 4th in I fV.i1v it vomilnoin 4-hfik UTk.ik. U n IriAita efQfiac r I tho nrnpnpnne Ki tvhiAh Ihattl . - . - . . we vuau ucutu uu .li-.Ni-y, i i it una ii ivumiiw iu uuuui) ijicmci uic jiyutjr i iuuj ..vo uvvo jio uj Hiuui I veins of my arms and" silcked my own blood receive uieir juagmeiu. oi mc uuumrjr is iu u a ecw one, or tne re- are maue irom tue wire, preparea on me r0 vou s, uQW could I survive all these JRELANU. va:FiuS v - FaFr ayem, we uuu i won- same premises; ana was surprisea at tne ia- h -r? t .npr ,int. upti tr thP kind Tl,a f.n.,ni ffnm Huh n reoresent the ai buy uouy lur noimng lasi to ine. naru cilllV atlordea DV the CUHOUS macninerv !j i A,iVj " "r - I uKilcf tKow kfitfA rrnt it . L f UlUVlUJUtBOl UUU, 1 UW HIV PI CSC, v aiiuu, excitement to be very great in consequence oi - wnic i numan mgenuuy nas in ventea to les- mv hea,lh d j - lo this fact that j never :7tn o? Apd, by U Fox, member from Sxrtkes amox, MECHA-.ics.-Had the jour of the SSi option The wir dm liquor tn my i,e. wh;ch will make two Names of days. The Quakers refuse to depressions where the J countenance the general custom of calling and where the grooves the davs of the week bv the names Monday and movea resolution that some -legislative mat two cowan a aaj ou are found in the finished article, are stamDed Tuesday. r.hoosin rather to designate L J irAr YMittinrr sn ond tn silh I WOUIU YOIB TOT X ID aDU X V. 11 SiriKCS US IWV 7 . . . . . - I . . . . means ""7 .u- " , U n ..,;nn,in in both needles by a single stroke ot a ma- them as HUM. ad, fcc. This aversion to a critn t inn tin AIOnQlVi tne ISt ins.. Uie Usual I "yulu mvj uaic uuu m 1 fc v .uu..vv. - i , . . - ti , rr a ci i . ... aguauoii. vuiiwi- j, --,A.,it tTit nitn. chine, with which a single hand can turn off the names of the davs has its orimn in the week.lv meeuncfoi tne itepeaiers was ueiu auju"""o vwG. nam v-ii "- n, ,,nn , ... . . , . . , , r.i lL v.a .tti, . trt 4 ted drunkennpsa and debauchery over the whole 30,000 a day. It is then tnrned over to a heathen signification of those names, the an- ine vygru wwiauc, 0.11.111..- -r -1 -. .7 . . . 1 u .1 " l- u-l: . cr r 1 .1 . - o'clock-exceeded JE500, and numbers were country, indiscriminately m places protane or Doy, wuo, wuu unuuier inacuiue, puuuucs icienioaxons naviog oestowea mem in nonor theu crowding foi ward with more. places sacred, in no city, in tne west at least, line eyes, ana again anotner separates iuc 01 tneir aeiues. Anus ounaay, or ounan tine rpaictn-np Frnn nn nrripnt erealer. mat II SUC ll l cia, ui utiiocu tuuic uuuuviuj j u. viuviw; ibi him icu ui uiauo uv uic uu urci uiuw5om 1 suu, uuuuar iui xuiuudii,' tuci iiiudu; 1 ucs- iw a thou- 7Pr hnnnA tn submit to it. ed, than in fittsourg: ana no city tenuerea a mui the eve o the needle is still rough, and day trom luisco. lhe most ancient cod o mi sptlr its rpneal on v b v Mezal and constitu-1 morw suosiauuiu supjjn i .uc 6uw umes must De Dorea Dy anotner process, wnicrri tne Germans; Wednesday irom Woden or tional means; but it should be a very strong "1U , leaves it so smootn as not to cui me nreaa.iuaen,a goa 01 me fccanamavians; rnursday and DreciseUa that would gag 8,00U,uuu ot peo- u if 'ounu necessary ui ui tu. vu uUlu. After this a man grmds a i,andful at a time from Thor. or the Thunderer, a son of Oden uuu uivvuv-fo , 1 - ' . j- I AsA mnrrmrr t.-v Wtn l-n nut rint tf - ft i fi it ennrra I .... . I n . . . . . . , nle. who knew tne;r rS'fl! au(i I . . ,. ' . . , , on a common cnnasione, noiaing mem in r riaav, irom r riga, me wiie 01 uuea, ana 1 . . r . j . u 1 pnncfi in inr ri t n Ann kiioiil raiir npp I I . w -. .1 - . . . . nosed to nart with them, u was rumurcu . - -- - -' his left hand, and mvinff I r. . . t..-a ,tprm npd to ! nre- out to obtain sutncieut wages to ouy tneir nn a i c r rmirariiiiiH rii iiik l law v k i " w -a ' nJ AwftsA f I A 1 A 1 mfiDTinO". H.UIC1 L1SGU KVfl T! nh of Kfldare, at an ear- a very short step from the sublime to the ridic ly day, and which Mr, O'Coaneil.has announc- ulous. edit as his intention. 10 atreuu. ; , ;--, i w.. . - .onA uws;mniA nrocesses. in which Pi.iiiw.Byrf 7?B!ii. A Dlan is now I ine greatest aupea we muse uu was lb b.i iw " j -....r.- . - - - -- i urther movements oj i.epei,. p I fa . ; .u j:naT,rtir,tm., nnj immon numhers can be subiected to the Father Matuew. We observe that the Free men's Vigilant Tatal Abstinence Society of Washington, have adopted resolutions expres sive of their pleasure at the probable visit, to the united states, during uie ensuing fcummci of the Rev. Father MatWbw, the Oreat Apos tle of Temperance, and that "the correspond ing Secretary of the Society be instructed to communicate the above resolution to the Rev. Father Mathew, and extend to him the earnest and cordial invitation of the Society to visit our shores: assuring him of the heartfelt desire of our members to take by the hand mm- iviw of all living men, stand first in the hearts of the friends of Temperance throughout tha world." VWin The Mier Prisoners. We had the pleas ure of an interview yesterday with Mr. Phelps one of the Mier prisoners, who ar rived here on Monday in the schooner Ar chitect, from Vera Cruz. His .account of the battle of lUier, in which the Texan fought with such dps Derate bravery, though so unequal in numbers to their enemies of their daring attack on and victory over their guard at Salado of their escape; suf- enng and subsequent recapture ot tne htoting in cold bleed ol the decimated num bers, and of their march in manacles to Mex ico is excitingly interesting Their suiTer ing, from the time they escaped from their guard till they were retaken, is inconceiva ble. For six days thev were without water or any kind of drinkl Some of them, to pre 1-1 t... .. serve Hie, naa iecourse to an .extremity iu uench their thirst wnich here we forbear to name! The time of drawing the lots, too.which was an act of life or death, must have been one oi tne most anxious soncituae. uae hundred and filty-seven white beans and sev enteen black ones were deposited in a hat lhe prisoners were marched up to. draw i rr l . I . I every two nanacunea logemer tue poor ellow whose evil late it was to draw a biacte. bean was then seperated from his comrade. on whom he was rjever to look again he was put into a high walled yard and in four r. t II r i l-i . 1 hours aiterwaras a vouey oi ueuoeraieiy aimed Mexican musketry seperated his mor tal soul from his suffering bodv! liase was this victory of cowardly vengeance. Ar. O. Pic. Ipswich, and a supporter ot tne Ministry, tuion ucju.-u inwuiw ,j t is first cut into lengths, the 11th of JlJay he would call the attention ot ioia in iou. mat tney wou, uavp vo -biriKo neecjes each The the House to the Repeal agitation in Ireland, for even living wages, instead of being promised tQ bg made his left hand, and giving them a perpetual Saturday! from an idol named Seator. Bay rotary motion with the right, so that, when itfate Uem the operation is finished, they must De round I as well as sharp. hardened,' and Thev are now to be "case- finally burnished. , all oi in which disappoin 1 live mis for an active repeal of tho Union, to which all meanly,, only to die magmncenuy ncn. CCMrs. Sigoarney has received from the 4ueen of the : r rench a diamond brace let of great value and beauty. t i j c ..,r.r IV nt inn. Inn T inns in progress in ireianu, ur tuiiwuiiiji i - . . . . , al Association, to consider tne torra anu mwe j vca.i j r'-;-" V r J. Drf Bond's Letters from Rockland. Only by lhe candle held in the skeleton ban of. poverty, can man read his own dark heart Little Children. The contemplation of it tie children is fraught with reflections of a peculiar character. We cannot but admire the perfect, trusting confidence with which they abandon themselves .to the present without thought ol the past or care for the uture. It is an emblem of the unwavering aim wun wnicn me oooa man the arm of Providence. reposes on Upon looking on their innocent faces, our thoughts instanta neously wander into the vast and unknown future that is before them on the map af life of which they ere all unconscious, and an involuntary prayer steals from the hardest heart, that their lives may be happy. Sa should our thoughts dwell on the illimitable future that eternity has in reserve, for men and by that, our minds be elevated and im proved. Bay State Uem. Whys and Whejis. - Why is a pig in a parlor like a house on fire? Because the sooner it is put out the better. When is & lady like a trout? When she takes a fly that brings her to the bank. Why is the sun like a good loaf? Because ttV light when it rises. Why is a bird a greedy creature? Be- cause it never eats less than " a peck. Why is a temperance medal like an umbrella? Be cause it keeps you dry. When is a fovrl'a neck like a bell? When it's rung for dinner. Why isn't a boy like a pretty bonnet? Be cause one becomes a woman and the other don't. Why is killing bees like a confession? Because you unbuzz'em. Punch. Specie. Tho ship Clinton, arrived last night from Havre, brought 250.000 francs, in gold, i consigned to Messrs. A. & E. M. Heines. Pic.