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K8ivM.-iici-:.f iikf. :rxTi Missouri, Saturday, juxe 15, is.3.3. Vol. III. I"o. 3S. TERMSOPPrni.!CATI(). Tm Radical is issnid every .'aturrlav morn-, in!, at 2,5fl, if pniil vithin KIX mnnths', and if payment lie longer delayed. Three Dollars will he exort'rd. ; 0"To a club of Thr-to or mor Mihsrrihcrs, j (if oaid in adrance,) TVo Unit irs. No paper discontinued until nil arrearages' are paid, except at the option of tJie Kditor. JXPostmastors are authorized liv law to f ir. tvard monev to ne-A-spaper nuhtishf-r?, free of charge. All letters to tiic Editor, hy i:ir !, must be tost pa m. Rates of ,.(lrrrfis:n'. JO centa per t)!irir.' of la lines or less, fir the first inscrticti, artl "t." cer.1- for rarh snli. 1 sequent insertion. A rea.-nmhle d.v.Iurtioa ! mud tnthc-e v bo ai!i-erti?.e Y.y the vcar. j v' .ilai- ''t.,r..s or a 'tvrrt Ir-eir.e; t s nf a r.r. Jtin.i' 'oi' ' -' "-rlV-S, C -f--i -lm:". th---"--" '". r.nri tiir in advance. . ' 'XJT For announei.irr candidate?, 2 rnrii, invariably in adranre. inrAdvcrliseir.ents fexrejit for yearly adver. lisen.) should in all rase? In aeermpanied t.v written directions, as to the rti'tihrr of ins.-r- . tions: ifnot, tliev will bo published till furhid, and payment exacted. . nthorizeil . sent s for Ike I'adtca'. I. N. Urvson Si Co.. Louisiana, ' A. Mask. P. M. Kra-diford " j If. T. KrjxT, P. M. Ck;r!csille, J. II. Ubitton. Trv, " i fl. Gir.soN. P. M., Paynes ille. Doct. W. II. NicKT.li. Xpw Hupp. P. XV. OvFBt.Y. P. M.. Shamrock, " W. W. AnAM. Marihasville. John Ri.i.s, Now London. " A. IlrNnKix. P. ?L Sppiiecrhnrr. " .Tas. N. (JnirriN. Hir'.orv Crock, " Dorr. J. Adams Ashley, Tlsc Maiden's Pr:r.fr. She rose from l:er delicious ?!, And pat away her soM i.r,vn hair. And in a tone as low-, : deep. A" love's first v.hi-pcr, ItrcalVd a ith cr Her snow-white binds toj-eihor ; ren:. Iter blue ryes sheltered in the lid. The folded rn.ui.lin on her brcri-t. Just swelling ith the charias it he!; And from her lor.; and flowing dress Escaped a hare and snowy f tot. Whose sleps npen the earth did p"f-s. Like a r.ev snow fl.i!;c, v hitn and nut-; And ihcn from flurnl-cm soft and warm, f.ike a yoan: spirit fresh fr.ua Hmvi :i, She boxed that flight at"l mateiiies form. And huniMv prai.-d to ! forgiven. O God, if souls unsoilsd ns those Kead daily merer trr.in thv t!ir i.e: If she upon tier icr.dcd hi.ee , Our holiest and our pure t ope; he with a f ice so clerr ar.:l bright We deem tier tome stray child .f I'jj'.t; If she with those soft eyes ia tears. Day after dav, in her younj yeare. Must kneel and pray for r'race from thee, What far, far deeper reed have we! How hardly, if she win not !' aven. Will our wild errors bo for-'iveuT Terrors of Sci '. Y rntlier !aui;ii:iii'(? :;tiic;!":t' i i other dav, the t-!it rnts .f v, t s:t:il to have derivcJ ti'.-. i;' oili : ' Hil ) r I HI time since in this 1 the Einf-rald Is!, a little L-w : .. t you so?' was tlitovin 'Vo::i !.i !. : '. nnJ stunned hy the f'a'l. As i-- u-.-.i .1 on the occurrerirp el a street :.'ti dent, a crowd was t'Miii :i.-'ciiili!cd, nnd cevcral hu'iittrie indivi.hi :ls iniiiK; diately volnniecn d to he n' lh suf ferer to a neighboring h"-;.it ih'o man sion, white :i d"zcn n'iicr.s ulif-yrd the injunction nfevorv ho.lv to "run for the doctor." In loss livi'- than "Mr. John Kohinson rtoiit.l :v ai t - t ulated. seven, out of liitec n j.hysici ttis sent for were assembled ar' itnd t'it settee on which Pat was reclining. apparently in arlicuhi morli. a stream of "claret" fouriniT from his prohocis. ; ii"t;s hi t'O y. too; those it-arlio s.ti iios What appears to he the nature of v.hi.:h it h as a!oise h.-cn the v.it of the injury?"' enquired a hy stun J i;r ; ncss; tl;:; vt'i..-r.'.i.;. t"ii.lis of a rant of an elderly nnd very grave looking departed uhirh th.tdow it.; w;.!rs: medical marl w!io,after liavin in vain 1 ii;c sava.;f; t:i!,cs ti.fit ot raui its searched for any other wound, hail j forests; i! e ccrms of civ i.izatit n cx at last directed his attention to the ! pu : Jir upon iis hordeis; and tin": dilapidated nose. jdeep s..!i'.u h-s, nt. trodden hy nnu, "Ave," chimed in I'at. aroiin . ti;r'tjjt wliic.h it rot's all conspire lo from his letharcv. and starin-' around ; ihr. i, the f.ti.tv. A'cs on ages and on the solemn crowd, -'what seeuu'cvtth; iipou ;vo.!e to be the matter wid me? t;ll m ; that!" rtioian-nrrlinrr. however, the rncuirv of either, the aforesaid kni!it of the ; d'.c and f!oi!ii!;ed intht-ir frt aim ess, pestle proceeded carefully to prohe, ' a,:d. Ill.c atit.min leaflets, have v.nh tweak,gvrate.;ind exp'ore'tliO injuivd en d in the toiiih; and the l'iiaraolis organ and finally, after manv pro- .-md the IMoliaif., and the (Vars aiid found hems, delivered himself of the ; the Ca'iphs. have thundered oy.-r the following 'opinion:' in.aionsand passed away ; nnd heie, 'There seems trentlemcn, in tho ' amid these dai k solitudes, in the .stern case before us, to exist a dissolution ' majesty of loneliness, and power, ami of continuity at the cartilao osseous ; junction of tlie nasal promontory.' Oh, Lord!' exclaimed I'at, Uhen sure I'm hilt outright, if nil that's the matter wid me! Witheresthun; oh, dear!' Not a smile was visible on (lalen's face as he continued, 'I think that the application of the many tailed bandao. uilil. .,,t. r-omoresses. . . '. - . i.l..: U(''UI ICIl IS, U MIIUl I" tic regimen, rest, &c, are indicated in this vr.se What lliink vun, ren- tlpiprn V I . i J. '. ' L'ro.incJ P.it, 'w'nl'i! otlii O tm-r t tills iiim-l-ivi. n finxl tiitur."! ('im'iy j ;iv.-;:.-;;n stoj'i o.! Iiirwanl : ri! ola rci !d i:h t!tr l atient nmlor li!- rsj-eciitl (;!( a rihi ,o claiinoil as ;:n 1.! 1 :iv:iiMi:i ;ace. The uli'cr was i crc tc:!. ;tn.: ',' 0 Kjr tlrpartcl. 1';:! to .t'y !!,;!:.! v. jth t!ic o.;t'ati.t t hi: v.iiirh iri.t:)e(;ia'e! v fniiiiuti!. tli".t Lis n'.--o was 1 si' v !;:! en. 'i'!.' i!.''u!.vs,"::ii,l ho,'-:.: i.n- ' -.r nltr timer1, r.mi hall' i!.e w lid's s .-.:! a I v n;cie! 01 the Jcc- MiK : hit l..rt ii.rt s:i t!:t: ! s i 1 n Mw at I: .:tV Wart ti'ii 1 i:t-t a - T 1 : 1 1 1 i f.r fiirr.r ::i"H. , It - v.. i 1 :.t '"r'tt'i:..: ! in s ta :'i;i j liit s-.n 1 ' ,' 11 'h Wa !;:; vi te in a s 11:, I' i : up. J 'r- ,1: :t.l ll'-tl Wit;' 17:h Wa-,i i siy'rur !; !t-.e ! .list.; 1. 1- 1 'lie '.iir . n,..! ... .i S:tV Si 1 1 CP'. i 1 i' -!. Th.- ,t:ry 1 C, m '..1 !.- :..iirt nli 11 v V. 1'ra.t the SI. Lor.ii Caz-.-He. 'I lie ';i.-i:,sij.:5. th t i tVlfl II. ' -t it rs- 'ii .' 1 1 !!.? ,. f ;!,, !n !'.' w il l 1 ii 't :!:. ;; t.'y hy tii ,'ii.J v.-at.-r-tit.t: ''tti tV'.s.i ..- ;.i: So!!, il t . i (. I ' :.! t;' li.I.m fi' 1! 0 it C 1 ; it-: ! t eh!! s .; ,!- ;-' t'.f '! !.,', ' Wat.-r."' in. :!'!. ;!; nu.'.ia :!.!'..;;::. ;i: j-..i-.t-. ::!,! i: ,t !:.: li i.-l'. it,.. i.-.il:; l.;.. !cti ;. it t" r.i !... "r, 1 : r :'- : f 1 r-- a ii: ii !. it.'i- it :' . : : i -1 J W. it- ! t :'. ! ia : ' :. i.( J iitoi: ! :;t: a ii- th- ' i" s I' .i" -.ti . i r. v! rj t i . t' at i::- . 1 V !t :.i ti' uhii.-. at, ! tisi.i i 1 a : i ii- :i"'iia ; .. i:(ii'. j. t .til: !:vi.i . r;i .!. .It: 'I.i, '11 a a .1 .!.-- y no j iii.ci ivJl. t':- '!..! !. Mi'ii tio':-; it;. ;. w ht.tii dtt . A;.. I t!;.-n. Li hi tj- ;i:i c; li.-s . 1 1 its t ' v . !' i; .::. .a t i.'ta' t :i i l-.-:'t;itP. ll'.f suh; i: ! or !' :i a''.i V n v. i.' thiiiA ol'i's !ar hnn ly c nic. :t j tJi tii i'.ji'r. -.vai S'lh'aiy fi:i!:Jtii;', iiij'; win l!ir I :t J "tit th,- t.'..' r. ! iti ;.i.-:;d. drc.i i. thri.fch lores!.; c of ci'iiltii tit : an ' sa i , s ot a: c .ii (''.' rv t'-inji'-f i,!rre !art it ii-'axes ft:.- its h. -'i.'alii t'nrr Lit;", we i. -lil ii;) oiirx-li't-s in ..i i. of e l:...-, till ; Mt-ii'y t. are ..i (ti i S' 11 Ii I.) t titi'.totit rolled u iiiii. aiiori ol its gloomy iiiaL..i(i.::Jii c. Ari l its dark liivstc- !e have ro'u d away; i . .i .. i i wave a fit-Ids o er wave nrts swrpi lilt um.iu the ld world; all hundred "pneration have arisen from t:ie c.ra- pride, have rolled onward meie uttj. waters to their destiny! "Who gavo you your invulnerable, life. Your strent'th, your speed, your fury, and your joy ," "Gud! let the torrents, lilio a but of na tions answer!" A itamo of Algompiin origin Missi nilyinBt'W'1. na " " 4" r. -Indian name fur the Fii'U of St. Antno- I The Accuracy of She Itibfc. t'roin the Ucrinan of (iausseu. j An astoni.-hlnt: feature tif the word of Cifd i. n t ithstar.din the time at u hi -h its compositions we're w rit ten, and the multitudes uf thu tojiii-s to which it alludes, thero is not one physic il error not ono assertion or allusion disproved hy tiie progress of modem science. Xouo of those mistakes which tii .science of eacii Miccpediutr ti'e ui-a-overed in the hooks ot the preiti'diii-;; above all, none of tiioi e ;i!jmii ditit-s which moj r;n aslrocomy iliiii'tt iC. i'l : I) It tfc.it . t,::.r!trrir ' v-rit';r:s of th" .r- ', cii-.t's M thti; s;tci'".l Codes m ; their philosophy, and even in the fin est p a'-s of the fathers of the chinch not oi.e of lhe--e errors is to bt f'iin.1 in any ul nur sicirJ books. Notiii'.is there will ever contiadir.t that whii'ii. alter so in: ny at;es, the i'ive-ti;a'io;is of the learned world have been able to reveal to us f n the state of our ''o'"-, or that of the Ilea vp it i'eiii-c w i'li ctire our S trip lures, bo -ii or,e end !o the other, to titid (liPte .-U'-h spots. ;;t. 1 whi'-t yo.i it ; !y yo-,ir.-:-.-lves 'o thi.i rs'iinination, rt-iiip'iiher ll:tit it is a l.o.i'; which -p ilts of evorv thintr, wi icli le--iibps tt.!!:;i'e, .h;,-!i recites its ci'ca- ' iiota. 'Ahii-'i ! -!s us of th' witer. of the ;it:ii!.;.!ifi'e of l.:e i.iotiiitai:.-. of he ;i:.i r.a's, and of the plants. It is a h-"i:; whet'i ti-.-.' i.t s us tlie first i evtih. tions ol the woiid. and which alii iori-t. :! its last. It iv.;.a.::ts t:."-in i:i lue cirru i.- an tial :i'i;u il'ps f hi-'ory. it ext..!-: th--:u iti tl-.e Mih iiiu.-: st . -ias oi pocti y. toi-l it cha:it tin-in in the char.'iis ot tthiwmir sij. I: b. w i.ich is 1.. oi orn-ntiii; i.it-ttiic. '.-!ov;;'io;i. Viirii-tv, m.i hohi n . It is '. Pool, v. h'ch inM.Iy lil'ty U it -rsot every ile'i',e ol c;;'tiva ii' ii, oi ever) flutr.o! cverv condi ii iii. ni:. I Sr. itur thr, ii,:i the tourse i-f n !. ft. drc.i veai -, l.-.ve coip-ur-.i ! to pi ,;,.-. It is a ! d -I, whtcf! was w 1 1 p i i if ecu ; i of A -1 . :ti :ho s-::;ds of .:..b:-i. am! in the d.-i-rts r-t .';:!. a : in the court ot the temp!. ol !; e .!-'a , iti lot:--:.' sp'e.o's of the pl'..j !;e'.s of II thf! an I Jim i'-il". i'l tin r. Vtoit-' i a'-.'.'i-s id !i;ii v',..!i. and on t!..' i.i ! . ' t ..'i- o.ili k S o l';...'o:ir. :ui.! i'tt . I.I t.ie l-.-UI :r,. ', ''-tri ll eiviii. zi'io'i, in the n.i.tst . !";.!' ti.ei-'u ai.d it- t; - pi.l.oS-iphv. It i a !.ool; w'.. '..- f:-t w liter h.t.l l.i-i ti !o: t v v.-a. s a pii'.i. o! tint lo ii ciiips of Iv.'ypt; in w!i i.'e . j ;r.ioii th.-Mir-, the stiii.-'.aii.l tii'- fen., ti! .. we;.' end 'V. el v ii iu'ri'ii !ic-, leat-tid ol, t' e c'eii.e:!'-, tir.d oV tiled tl.e '. i; '.,! P V il t - I I ,! I.va .-ll-rl :.ll::v lu-o. It I ; : a-,, ,. .i. . -l .., l v. , , l j ri i in oi r In. ill P.; . i uiojt :.i..tii-!il ;,!:i'.." ipht-rs, of :.i.c;c..: I .'i. c '.- ;.;.,! A-i..: tl..- 'i'!.i,V. s. ;.ii,i ' the l'yta .. i:. ,S. V.: ;.-::-es, th ,!.o ;;i,,i lhe ' -it 1 1 !-1 1 It :s a i, .,!; . hie !i r;: ni . s Us ma : r.i ti- lis t:iii to tiu' iitei ill i-iiii.'S ol iilCels; evi.!it.i the moat distiiit epoein ot the future, an I the .doiiotis M-el;.-s ol tie: 1 i-.; day. Weil, search t'l'.i'.li; it,; ihiv aiit.'.o.s, srtrcii iiiii,i:i;. lis m ty six book-j, its 1 I ::i rh i;;t nnd its .31.713 verses, ean h for only one of these ti;. ii-:.. lid errors, whi.-.h tl.e att r.i. pis ;. ml ua.de: i; ; com iiittt-d wfa-n tuev sp.'I.e ci the l.taveii or i ! the r sr-.h. of ih.t-ir n i o'.i.ti.ji.s, of thei: (!!:,(:. tj .-tarcb, hut p.j will find i, ..i.e. i.f Aj"t';r.t i.i I.H--rit. Coveinor llohriis, who recently ar rived in Xew York from Liberia, met the li.i!pa;VlS of the colonization Sn-ci-?tv oil 1 hurs'l.iv and stated, as we h-iirii bv the Journal of Commerce, -th tt their purchas-id tenilory now included about eighty miles in extent on the coast; and I roil I ten to thirty miles in width thai they mi. lit ex tend their purchase KTimihts further lor thu sum o f about .sJO.OOO; which he regarded its very important in a coniincrci.il point ol view, as well as fir ol.'Strtictin the slave trade. A regular code oi iaws has bt'i-ii adopted by the Colonists; tin ce orders ol Court instituted, besides the Justices' I Courts; and they were all supplied ; wiih liiwyers, as well as physicians land cler men. Thu state of mor als, he remarked, in answer to inqui ry, was manilestly better than in Xew York. Wherever the country had been explored for '200 miles in the interior, some were found to speak Lntdisli. To acquire this Iantmae, w as an object of ambition. Tlio an nual imports arc about $-00,000. The number of emigrants now sub mitting to this government is upwards of 12,000; so that the settlement com mencing only about 20 years ntio. atid emanating chiefly from slurcj, niny already be considered as some thing more than the rerm of a Chris tian nation. Rah. Clip. Ti 'W to L'rp JSuHer frrsh and S'f"el frr !! tirx. A -nop" the mass of infor mat.on furnished bv the rep.ri of ilia ('ot.ttnissioner of Patents, which i ii'vjii'.y ititerestin to farmere, is :n acc'itnt ol a process, hitherto a se cret, bv which butler may be kept . vert for j ears, fresh and swpet, in anv .'im.i'e. T.Ifst kinds of wood der.-.Me ona.-itiiies ol r i- ,-roi nneo . j';'" 1:1 l,u,;'?- if ffh Th" jiimk n or ti.iss wood, is t.'ieonl v one which, it appem by ai.tn i! experi - ; ment is free fro ii il; others, it is stat - ed, may be freed from it. and thin ..,! '. i .-..il. I. .;':... I ...I.i . r t o i , n,n-i.-,i ,inai'ie, nv i in; unit? ui , man lllll ('I CfMPaUII a SIIIRII Class I , , . .. f t-.r hour,, Wef pressed under water. 0f vlins lnPn nt ,iie expense of the I pec. t!,us eloquently discourses (loo, I buTter is t0 ,e well thinned,: tt,oe people, and paying .them $1 3 on the unfortunate occurrence of the pud worltf.,1 and packed bard and r,cr month therefor, besides their liv-! past week:-- ti jbt in ke2s of seasoned white oak; in-. Ileside, tliey oiht to be re-j YI,t is sail. It has never Le the he i l is then put in. b avin- a quired to perform some service in re- f,e been our fortune perhaps we small boll into which the brine is por-. irn for the education so tic nerously 'should rather sav. our misfortune t d to (ill th- vacant space; and of r-uvr. them. Now half of them nev-1 1() meet such a llrtod of excoriating s iiiueh iiiinoi t-ince is it deemed to er enter tl.e service at ail. We re- i rf..,r.v.i-h i now r.nnri,I nnnn prevent :ny bad taste, that the phfjs fir the hole must not I e made oi red ii" or pine, tint oi c press or l a-s w tod. as nil;erw ise it wou'd be iii'iite.l. After wbi.'h tli-'sp k.-js are I du t il iti h.,:siieiid, well filled wi-h biine of full solution, that Will bear an ep:r. which is thru heaited uptight aiid t:loe. Thi mo-le is pmstied in ( )r It re coiietv, X. Y.. iilld the butter wi;t it. mates, price. ; :a s 'a. an.! in warm c!i vuiv iii.th and commands a Mi !!' Im rr.lsi,!? (I,-,.,,:), f Pvtitur.;. The doners b.-in 'cot otf !;,s trey a: p -ar oil the plants, the number of p .t.ttors produced was iiiiiieh iT'entcr than where the blos soms had rem -lined unt uched. Lilly in O.-t.iber 'he stems and leaves oi .he p' .nts which had not bore !l iw eis wi'ia; strong an.! -reen 'he oth ers vei'.o'-v nnd in a state of d-.- iy. Tin phm! whb-h had hern stripped id tl weas produced f"n the same 1 Kpari of jr: onndy ii'.iuul four times the weight of '. ai'tre potatoes, very few . initti o-"irs ! i-:i:- I, 'Or., I. 'J'i'mc r -whic1' tlie il. wrs and hu t wete le't to !.:,-e, I but a viial liumh'-r of niid il!e si.-. .1 pot .: toes, w ith a t'reat num ber of li'tl.- i. ne-. !r..!:i the '.' of :i common lilbcri that ol a walnut. Tint X.W AXf At:'.' ... - -The I'ni - - . . I ..' ( I P s V1VV IS n of Amelia hi,:;,, T, .ns are. t e. a (Vp'aii; i I'a-s, i m: I a :.. i ..in-.n;- :. I II A I an v .1 ti sailli S-.V" oi : i I '' ' the I". '! ol C I- I : , at -' : a' ui 1 1 1 not one V :;- .., ; "1 i t .I-. M.l'lV of lhe X.iv .1 t !,'. i-rs ,,i ntlier nations an-Am- i i,- i and a nt: 'he laud I 'i-r.-saie a'o it.ei ii" ui- to be lotind. Wla revei -,.ber!v" is il c itrv. theie ii av 'f l-'tii. our k 'l ired; and il is l-n-ii v in -ii,'' vei v -'iit ny ins! inces. ; Mli'il its til.lt lilt, l Hull- lb 11. Willi ol ; .Mexico, that we h ive cail-e to be jothcr t i.in proud of the. lel.atioihip. In view in- the prt-M-m condition of our Ar nv and Xavy as to native born citii-.-ii ;. however, we should not forget that both in their infancy, were n really Mr..-ii.:lhenf d by b-rt-ign ni l. ' Jaette. Puldic Opinitii. A Herman draw. mz master once told ol a lad who wished to sketch landsi-apcs fio-n na- lute. The teacher tcl.l him that the first object was to el.oo-e so'iie .i-.v mini f rinr. The fal lacious pupil cho.-e a cow trrat'.ing beneath a tree. Of course his Jired point soon began move hither and thither as she was .. i o a, .tu .t. ........ tin. swei lnes ol t Ue lias- This is a correct type of .. i i.i; .. f.- n il for .i. i C. ..I ...;.. ..r ii ii ose . 1 1 o i n,. i i.oo.v ...,.....-. Oll-ll II 11 .l ,1 ."llll ." .. ....r. ...,l,f,.r lo iti iiroviiiiler be-1 lore ii , an I Ihev who tiusttoit have but a whining . I .tistovi...! I in. I. "' . .Air. I limbec uses the following Ian- , ... . . r ' "uai'e towards tlie rroppet joe: I care not what his pretentions to 1 . n.r;ti.-itiu rnnv lie. or ho-.v manv .....bnions bo may call to his aid he is a dark fiend from the Tartarian regions, and hell stands wide to swal - low him t p; and I would here recom- mend that Joseph Smiin sliould look well to the west, for the finger of the Lord hath written it upon the wall, ''Mcne, Teh l, I 'phnrsin'1 When a man is sensible that he is roing to say a foolish thing, he is ,y ni)t to couple il with an oath. . Retrenchment ul West Point. We rejoica to learn that Hon. IL Fish of j tiii.-; city, has submitted to the House! it tail to retrench the expenses and letter from our cor.espondent at reform sundry abuses at the U. S. A'ewpc.ri. rated at 2 o'clock last night, Academy at West Point. This bill which h states that the jury, in the prov:tles for the gradual absorption of case of T. V. Dorr, had iust return- the oparnutiiHiarv Liouterants into ;he army. a;id their reduction in numbers by dismissal, lhe pay of, the Prole'iors, Teachers, Cadets, and other persons about the establish-; ment, is i vur.ed considerably. The wh"le si'vin cfl'c-:.--? Y. it p;ovisi-n 'S v v--m--'?i r r.i-.'u'. :,. - f ooj jrcir. To"J Liil '-rr. refe'rrrj . Committttee oi 'hi Whole, , where we heartily trust it may have ! a pood deliverance. There' is no i greater abuse under the Hoiernment lent; j,. ice that Ileform has reached this in stitution at lat. X. Y. Tiihune. .1 lnill'iuii Yui'ir. The Cincin nati I'.ntpiirer of thu 31, has the fol - lotvini;: " .Mr. Ch.vton h is entertained t. opinion f.n: several vears that the air c m be navitrate I. :i S itmv.'av liLdit lastheentrust-d hi meif and his for - tutKst.N the air. The wind was n loolv .,.,.1 -I... 1-wt il,-,i ,1-w ..on ............. .... ..... ...... .... o i.i, il bv iiv of nor riiitns. vvai in norttieas t deviation. P.v this time be may be on the borders ol Lake ,'IP l'here was a rumor in town onSatunhv enveninu last that be h id fallen from his balloon and kilied hi'ii"e!f. We are lud to learn there is n- fnindation lor this rumor. We inf.y hear from him in two or three days, or we may not for a week. S in v.am -K Dk.vth. Distilleries. The Sib'm Oliseiver has compiled from the latest authorities, the mini - her -" -listilleries and the q'irntiiv of -pally produced in them, in 1 .iaies. 1 I.i ,l.i.lt Hum 1 1 ostillerios is IQ,30'3, and the oiiiintitv of spiiits 11,002.(07 gal lons. Xew York is the most extensively en'iitred ill distiilintr. Ohio nevt. ' IVnnsv Ivanin third, and .M;usachii- ..,11 I... 1,1.1 it,.. l".,,irl! r-.nL Th. u hole oiiantit V of distilled spirits, if spin .1 at twenty cents a gallon, wou ,,.. ,.,. vrn .in i' , .. ....... . ;. oik with 9 " riisti pries prodare.l ll.'.lij.dU ;alioll: imm with r,:rj disliine. 9.328.-IC7 ml- loits, PrrifKvlvani i w ith 1010 distille ries C...,10.1!3; Massachusetts w ith I ".o distilleries. .'..177.910 "a'lioiis. Iiii.ner.se herds of bulV.ilo ate ram: - iri2 lite beautiful prairies borderinj: upon th Sjii Cinbriel, Brans, and Little P.ivers, in Texas, the present )! inu'- Thousands of these animals weir ilrov. ned a few weeks since, while attempting to swim the- latter .stream dining a freshet. Hut the most singular thint; of ail is the fict that a Ijiu'elierd traversed the streets of the city of Austin the other day, p.-nsinj directly through the heart f the place, nnd making themselves peifeclly :it home upon their firmer -t ampintr y round." It was predict- -d, some two yeais since, in.ii tne tle n lloiirishini; se;it of government of the ii.uhro,im Republic, would a- ;aiii become the haunt ot the wild bmhilo, and it has been verified. Xuuihers of th," liuo animals have been killed in the city, ; " -l -" . ,. - . o i . . .-c. ip.ui es was v...i... was i-nacieu in ino leittu ": Jiciny : llcniv t. oi j.ii.auu, oi uic ioi- . i ... 1 .1 , 4 .1. .' I lowiiit i-iiipoit: . "That whosoever they were that siiouiuiuii v.u .. . ..,, er toii.'iic, fiev snoum loiieii lau... : cattle, lit, aim "ones irom tin-ir nev ie I for ever, nnd so be condemned for hcretykes ! Clod, enemies to the ... ,- ! ...ni o.-r-tnt l r-i 1 . 11 1 r.. : rmwui, u.... . .u... lo tl.e wnoie tana. I 1 1 . i . . : i What a revoni'ioil in puimc opiil- 'ion has since taken f. vwticii 1,10 sci iptures have I.e..-- Iran- iu., into , all Iau5nagesandt1a.it' . it. as it were, over aii v - --..i. The wife of a studious man went into his library when lie wa'sie' . and wished that' she was 'a book then he would len.- '.i! a'..JP .'. her. "I wish von wc lor t ve-jsaid he, "boca.p-a the.- I s ipu'd h ive a new ono every year. From th;: F.-eriu'snce Independence, extras Gov. iorr Convicted! We br; -this moment received a had iust ; cd.afJer a" absence of about 3hours, wfth a veidict of GUILTY. A pot;:ript, dated thrfhmorninp at o o'chic.;-, tairs that Mr. Turner had moved a hlny of sentence, for time to file a pe; -or a new trial. The Court oider-dv- -t the roT.nia open . mil ,.--. .C.:.-sw-i Alon.tav ,n T,. ". hear' Mr. rvr.rrs3f.'a.-rwnts. The Philadelphia Riots Tie l'ennsylvanian, which every one 1 . .-a , i ...... iihuj nun insuuic uuii licuis Willi Philadelphi.i by the journals of other cities, of all parties, sects and opinions. It is a shower of fire, like the red hot sands of the furnace, which the be- . seized Tyriuiis c.ast from their brazen jshidds upon the devoted heads of , beir assailants. Armor ij useless j , s'-'clies its way to the very home, ! Al1 ,il:lt ls s" '"3l so uneaia- !''v "e. that the l'imaaelphian cati j ,M ve,i f:l :" 1:1 sh3n, an1 'le!J mmsen to uie ias:i ui inuignani re- buke. As the disgraceful intelligence i-'0 circuiaim; irom us centre over j llio breadth ol the land, the voice ot I scorn comes hissing back from men j 'f cvcr' va,'iet-v of sentiment. Dif- fer as they may upon other points, they unite ia this; and what can we say what excuse what palliation can we oiler? Nothing. When truth trives sharpness to sarcasm, and fact lends edije to the censure, we stand defenceless. The mere mention of the name of our citv brotherly love ' in connection with the recital of i the occurrences of the past week, is ;i satire , keen, so Liling', that it 7V' rism. -Mi'. Clippman, former ly .Mayor of Ooaton. and one of the delegates ti the Ilaltimore Conven tion, in a speech at the Faneuil Hall meetinp. thus illustrated Tylerism: Ilutalas! within our own rinks, I yes:l1 rori-.i s .acii-t-st-.-Mauomg '. j i at tit? very tijht hand of our lament ied Chief, was another evil spirit, like i ..f.-oTerl I.Utnrr. " w" tJ' .iiore wic.u.i nan t:ie nrst. lie wore the semblance of a patriotic Whir, and had borrowed the "ar- inentof an honest man, and like a l serpent he did beguile us. By an I inscrntibie Providence he was per- 1 milted to taks possession ol the house, which he had thus swept and purified. Out tru tt his real nature, and to die almost pro hetic language, to which I have referred, he has taken not only the other si spirits, but e ven the very one he helped to eject and they have entered in and dwelt there; and the last state of our coun try has been worse than the first. Wli hereafter w ill need an illustra tion of the ruin that treason to prin ciple can accomplish, when he re views the ragged, tattered, beggarly history of the present administration, so ftr as its head is concerned, and see John Tyler and Martin Van Bu ren banded together against the Whins? the only little quarrel be tween them just now being, which, at the coming me-st united and har monious Demueraffc; Convention, shall be marked out for uttiir annihi lation. Cu.'uts.-iii it Lust. "The Mid night Cry" gives up the ship, aud says 'enij y : - "i.e contess tu.it our publisheU hue is ".. and that, as honest men,- ; Vve cannot poitit to n.iv ueiinite time in iintire. We believe the 2300 days .-. ill .-..'end to the f.np; and that the i ' .. I... .! .1 r..1 r. . ! ... . t..., , v.n nn.ii . u j ., -bed time, reckoning bv un- matured " ilogy, may have varied (rom I !,d'- time ;ter'finhin in Kmrlund. The ' -terian Synod of England have -t.ibiisiied a Theoloiiical Seminarv in ljundon, and appointed the Kev. J .vi.ts B: ".ai wan, 1). P., their first Professor. It is stated in the London M tgazines, that Presbyterian congre-!.-!: i.e. is are multiplying in the larger tu. ps.if Ih; jhir.d, while the supply npiis'eis is very inadequate.