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Santa fe lücckln . ajette.
iMndjwndoht in t thingt Neutral in nothing.' n'ÁAWWvWwww rnt J. L, COLLINS, Editor íatcboat, sErmiuEB 10, 1853. "fr"? The Election. . ft expected to hive been ibla to giva our 'leader (omc'reliible information on I he mbjert '' of the election, but up to the time our paper went to IireH we hid received nothiPC official. Rumor, , Kptever, .tale th.-t the countie. of Tioi, Santa ...Anna, Bernalillo, Valencia, Socorro, end Dub ' Atmm hav gotie'for Gov. Lane, loma o( them by enflileihle majoritiea. ""'The Voiititief of Santi T, Rio Jrribt, md in TMrguel', havegone for 'GJIIegoa. We can venture ; no i opinion ai to Who it elected, the roajorilv in ,fvor of the nirce-ifiil candidate will doubtleM be Wy wb Ú. r Ws hopa there may be no came for ithf party to tnipect the other of unfairness in making the retorna or in counting the votea. ' r:GAMA5fA. DEMOCRATA. -. ' Until a few days ago it lia never been . inr" fortuno to dec Bitch a uiasi of enn ninp, falsehood, ant) baseness compressed wrthin At small a space, as we find in a ..jittle piece of printed paper called the pámpana Demócrata. This dirty little rJiing that purport to como from Allm ' qnerqno ; but 1ms nf tho sanction of a name, either good or disreputable, to in trpduco if to tho public' Judgin'howevcr, from tho gnsro and tact with which the Blander is put forth, ' we know that otio nf it editors is Major Weightman, a man who Beldom Bpeaka unless ,it ia;'in disprove of thóso whom lie considera hia enemies. Another editor is Judge Bird, as the lad reasoning is evidently from a man ' who has á kink in hia head. . "Mr Whiting" "does up" tho falsehood of theono, and the sophistry of the other into Spanish, fur the consumption of "True Democrats," The joblteingadir tj one, ought to pay tvell ; but we sup- ' pose it is not quite so profitable as it is to travel with a few Pueblo Indiana fiom . Washington" to Santa Fe. Among the first lines of the little sheet, we find the following words addressee to the people: "Be faithful to yourselves . in electing Gallegos and a glorious fu ture awa'U yon." On reading this we roultl not avoid a hearty laugh at Weight man's idea of glory. The word inglori ous would have lieen a better word, as it would have explained the truth ; but that . we luipect it the very reason it was not used. , . The "Campaña republishes a letter with our signature, asking Don Ambrosio Armijo to run for Congress. We did ign that letter, although tho putting of Hugh Is. Smith' name to it was a for gery, or "a lio" if they prefer the lan guage of Mr. Smith. Then it is charged upon ns, that we havo denied the eligi bility of Gallegos to Congress; and it is asked us where is our consistency, when we deny that Gallegos is clligiblo, but assert that Armijo ia. We answer by laying that it is totally false that wo ever denied the eligibility of cither the one or the other. All that is true is simply . this, that wo have said that doubt exist ed in our mind as to the eligibility of Gallegos, and that Congress would have todecidenpon the question. This we have mentioned in enumerating tho multitude of objection we had to Gallegos. The lame doubts, of course, arise in regard to Armijo; but as we know him to bo a man freo from the vices of Gallegos, we did not allow this single ohjection to pro Tent u from seeking his services in Congress. Again, we felt satisfied that if Armijo had run hevould have had no ' opiKtsltion, and that tho question of his lligibility would never have, been brought beforo Congress. If the forever ex-drlo-gato can see any Inconsistency iu this, he is welcome to mako the most of it. The Campaña applies the epithet of "abolition sheet" very constantly to the Santa Fe Gazette, when tho conductors of the former knew well that although our former editor, Mr Kephnrt, was said to be tinctured with abolition sentiments, lie did .not obtrude those views through the Gazette upon the public. They ulso knew that MrKephart has been absent from the Territory now nearly a year; and we now inform them that he does ryt mean to return hero. They know like. vise that in the firft number of the pres ent volume of the Gazette we disclaimed over having entertained abolition views, and all idea of ever propagating them. Yet ia tli face of all this, Weight man and Baird, are sufficiently destitute of tmth and decency to call us an abolition ist. : ' ;. ' S A provorb lay "there ia reason in all thing." hero are two things, Weight man and Baird, making the first excep tion we have ever known to tho rule, for they have none., .Weightman has indi rectly charged na with belonging to a party which formerly existed in tho Uni , ted State, tinder the name of the Nati ve American party. The aiticle which con tains thi charge i 'signed "Uno del Pueblo," but wo know it to bo the pro duction of Weightman, from the fact that it contains a great deal of malice, and not a word of truth from begining to end. We cannot understand how any man who ha the least honesty of purpose, can leave tmth and taimes so tar nenina. in order to injure an adversary. It is use less to tell Weightman that he has ac cused ns falsely, for ho knew it when he was concocting the article. Twentv-five years ago, when he was a brat in his A. B. C'a., we cami to New Mexico, anl tho people, having experience of us, know by our acts and ltfo, that wo are trnly their friend and well wisher. As to Weightman, tho people may expor t him to be their friend as long as they place him above his merits and make him their Delegato ; or, as long as he can extract a thousand dollar fee for, not only an in significant service, but a service in which ho has not tho capacity or knowledge to be of any use whatever. We respect fully bog leave to withdraw onr faith in tho friendship of Weightman and Baird for onr Mexican fellow citizens ; when we see them trying to clutch the last penny from the pockets of the men lately taken up on a charge of murdering an A meri can. One would suppose, to hear them talk of their lovo for the natives of New Mexico,4that they would each have given a thousand dollars for that chance of . i .i i . proving tne nisintcrcsretiness ot their friendship, by defending these persons without charge. But acts speak louder than words. By this shameful act of extortion they prove themselves to bo tho most unjust uf men toward the Mexicans, whilst they are ready to swear with every breath, that they are about to burst with love and affection even at the sight of a se ra pe. And these men, the defunct delegate and tho thick-lipped Texian, have the effrontery to tell tho people of New Mex ico that we are hostile to them and their interests. Tho extortion of July is now capped by the hypocrisy of August. What fresh beauty-spot is to break out in September upon the character of these worthies, we await with much curiosity. The "Campaña" adds, "The people are 'fully undeceived as to who is Mr. Gallegos, and who is Mr, Lane, and who are the people that have persuaded this poor old ambitious man to place himself before the public." If tho people have changed their opinion about Gallegos, they have cause to regard him for what he is, a very ignorant and unprincipled libertine; and if they have changen their views of Gov. Lane, they no longer know him to bo what he really is, an intel ligi nt and accomplish'! gentleman, pos sessing every mental and moral recom mendation. If Weightman and Baird are men capablo of appreciating high moral worth, and all the proprieties of life, (which we fear ie expecting too much of them) they must know that Gov. Lane has made such a Governor as this Terri tory may be proud ever to possess again. They must know, that on his arrival here like an honorabe and sensitive gentle man, fully aware of the dignity of his office, he declared that ho would not de base it, by interniedling with the local faction and politics of the place. They know that Gov. Lane fulfilled this lauda ble puqioso to the very letter, that he sided with no party, and was the leader of none, whilst at the samo timo he en deared himself to every decent and in telligent man in tho Territory, by hi af fable and dignified deportment in social intercourse. They know, at least one of them docs, that Gov. Lane, whilst faith fully discharging hi own duties, desired to see (though he wa not tdway grati fied) similar fidelity among Indian A- gents, and othef public officers in tho dischargo of their duties. And yet these men aro now tho accuser and enemies of Gov. Lano. Whilst on this subject we beg leave to ask the three big men of the l'ttlo Campaña, how much they are out of pocket, how much the honesty and patriotism of each caused him to sacrifice whilst acting as Indian Agent I We fear the COnntry OWe them a debt of gratitude, for their labor and fidelity, b , . 8Uch ae It Can never repay. The same article from which we have USt quoted contains these Words. ' Nev- ', , , ... . tholes wo have confidence in the capac. - ty and integrity of onr candidate Galle- eos." , We believe that when Padre i . , . ,. ... ..i i. vimirmiB FVU'l l ll IB liu nMiini iiiiiipiii, i"i ... a ... i . i.e. ii,.. tm0 lliu linil lllliu III III" nit;, mi" m i "i'v man; and felt surprised at tin- batlthivM oftlie t'ander. As to his capacity, wll n i ' i.. w .!.!...-.. 1. Ml .lm.,..r.. , e goes , h " " i!- V (it we may ne anowen tne expiesnion; the immcnthy of ilt Htttfnes. Padre GaHegoV democracy and our position. Now that the election Is nvrr. we wish to v a few words on the mhect of Demneraev and Plat forms. We nppned Ihe election of Padre Galle gn as Delnf-ateto Congress, became we then as now believed him whnllv unworthy and mifil to represent the people ot New Vexic , Wrmt ns be ever done to en'ille him to ao d.slinguifhed an honor? We deny that Panre Gallegos is a democrat, that he has ever, so far as we knew, endorsed Ihe moP, thnn twenty vcars, ami have nc aniina'liies democratic ple'form of principles as I id down by ,,) ,i,n().iP, ,e,m (he .'cic., or Mexican the Biltimore Conveniion that nominatnl Frank- nr, Pm,tr, y w, fi, m n he their fiiend. lin Pierce in June, 1852 1 and we hallenge his w, ),w ,,, rf r m,T ,norihe ami in friends .nd followers lo adduce the evidence of te-llie-nt Mexican gentlemen in theeoontry, able his ever having done so nor h a the public any ,,) q,,iif fl ln r,, , Confres whilst evidence, so far as we know, that he has even ap- j w( ,m( u, w, ,,low ,(,,, qm, , 0 ,jmnJ pr ved of the Algodones platform of principles . rrll Mv(r nfi ,n( j, q,,,fij j . which was concocted by a set of men who style wortny prie, ,ny ptnpt rj, a,,, nrove themselves democr ts, but several nf whom were ' (r(,, heroin and 'a'se to his religion In order to recently whigs, but who now claim to have be-. frratify his lacivious passions, anil if now a demo cume fiery democrat, and who assume to Ihem-! crlt w,Ph w, ,)(,, nt), ,)a h, woa selves Ihe right lo nominate a candhl.ile who has prv, ,(0llv far n, ire-ni-hermisi lo Hie demo- never given any evidence of his democracy or hn rrll,. p,lriv a, wt ,,nw , ;0 (,, ,r,morracy been in any way identified with Ihe democratic aga'n't him. as a man who. in our opinion, never party, 1 enieriHinrd a Hemncrnlic entiment. aivl who dul When General Pierce was nominated by the pnt, durii tr the la'e cutie-t, u ge his clsuns 'o the democratic parly ..t Baltimore, it was required of office of Deii-i-nie upon the e-ound nf Irs heing a hiohy that party in the Ünited Stales, lo say in dmncát biit!elv upon the gniiiinl of Ins hos wiiling whether he did or did not approve of the lilny to the American r ce. pla'fonn of principles theie laid down and indica-1 nnlhing Ihal we have s id i,f P.nlre Gillea-iis led, although he was known to be a democrat, good and true, undei all circumstances and upon all occasions, and to say whether he would cairv nut those principles in his Administiation, if elec ted. He did respond in writing approving uf I hose principles, In a frank and manly manner, and in terms that could not be misunderstood , He waa endorsed by Ih t convention as a true and reliable democrat, and worthy of Ihe confidence of the mnrican people rVliy did not Padre Galléeos respond to ihe nuininatiun given lo him hy those gentlemen pro fessing to represent the democracy of New Mex ico? which we deny Ihey ha i a l ihl lo do. It he is a democrat why has he not said so i and if be approves of democratic principles why ilon'l he say so? The puhhr has no evidence of his d m- orrary, nor has he ever comuiilled himself lo dem- ocratic principles in anv shape, form or manner, and we challenge his suppoiters or admirers I give the proof. We were willing and anxious lo support a dem ocrat hurl Ihere been a democratic candidate. We approve of the platform of principles as laid down by the Baltimore Convention of the demo cratic party of June 1852, and of the principles contained in Ihe Presidént's inaugural D es Padre Gallegos approve of Ihem ? He has never said so in black and white, or othe'wi-e, so f.r as the public knows, although such P"r democrats as Messrs Baird k Co. may say no for him. We opposed Gallegos because we belieted h uj to be morally, intellectually, and as many belove, constitutionally unfit for Ihe office. He, as a ealhulic priesl, stands disira ed aral degradad He has brought scandal and reproach upon Ihe church of which he claimed to be a nr.n - ister He stand out in open rebellion to the ec- lcsiaslic.il authorities of his own church, ami l now a suspended priesl because of hia nuuioialitv. This is the man who lias eel himself up to be a teacher of morality when practising Hie grnsreat immorality, bringing scandal upon himself and Ihe church. He h a piovin false lo Ihe catholic church . nd his religion, He has proven false and (readier us to those who, by his lippoc my. weie induced t invest him with clerical fundi n-and yel Ihis it Ihe man we were called upon b sup- portase demociat, because a few men ivl.ru themselves lh repretentative of Ihe democia ic ! potty chtisteiied him as such at Algodones. These that of th r.o Grand. u i i-tj-i il y ttHeriMtiilp. 'it. sapient democrats at the Algodones convention, t iriigalion Some of Ihe bottoms m he htv in contend in their fifth resolution, most clearly, if it bered with cotlor-wood. in ituv y a . .. fu mmif means ant thing, lhat all the offices in the Terrilory dense forests, nndeignwii wills cmiani ho-hes should he ti led hy citilensof theTeiritoiy, They say.. "We believe Ihe Territory has a sufficient number of citizens of latent and integrity within her own limits lo fill all the offices in it." Gen, Pierce has evidently violated Ihil principle of the Algodonei G liegos platform. These gen'lemen lay down one principle of de mocracy, and Gen. Pierce practises another. He d es not recognize this principle of democratic faith as laid down by Ihe Gallegos Convent! n. We admit Ihal (hire are gentlemen of talent and ledge to be. K,..t democrat, iiotwilhstanding Ih. i fact that be has seen proper lo look elsewhere for his appointees for New Mexico. So it aeema that these Gallegos democrats and Gen. Pierce Ira at issue upon this principle, evidently laid down in the 5th lesolnlion of Ihis self-alyled democratic ' convention it Algodone. Inasmuch as General , Pierce had made his appoinlmenti for New Mex-1 icu long before this ronventiiu met, and which must have been known lo Ihe convention, why wu this resolution adopted, unless it w.i n a cundem- nation of Ihe natiunal democratic administration? If this win not the object, what was? Tha p- ntments were all made, and we believe were all in the Terrilory at Ihe lime of the idoption of thi I resolution. And yet these gentlemen call them-1 salve. 8imot.-pur. demociat., and idopt mola- On lutnliel ila wUtthaylHww t Wthl iniegiity nerei nui ücii nerce, wno we acKnow- action of Gen. Pierce, whom we ill acknowledge wee one of our party that pueed through the ealoi to be good demoérat. of Chell, doubtleaa the lirat Americana that ever The late contest we itrife between the Aroerl- P1 entirely throngh the caSon we were ae on and Mexican races a ee-ntest that we then I companied by about twenty Navajos. , ,d now now deprecate It wu no contest he- 'hreen whiggetv nd democracv. Gov. Line did !- T' "17 whig owaninatl-ii. We know that many of the I best democrat In New Méjico supported Gov. J,ne. men who never rv. a whg vote in their I've-. ...d who w--e not higa Mb the election 1 of Gen. Pierca in November last, man who did , m Mi j mimatnation. a eecmi waa the cane with jome of i ,. d-i b .nu!l tbt Csllrgss towen- . , I P'lre G'legne w imported by (lie Mextcan I . . . , . , ,. . . rnn. ai th phrfemna; he received by the Mao - dnnea convention of hems' the demnerntie nomi- nee, whs a mere rover ano itevtce to cintile h.m ,d w, frifm, , ,P,P( mnr, H(r.wHllv in ontesl they were abonl t. w.Ke gainst Ihe Ame- rjP,nni We'dennii.ce,! ihi. scheme hcf.,re Ihe e'ectinn. aiid sli'l protest ai11' il a. being ant!. Ameri can And anti-ileiCrnrrrt'r Wi hi'Ve eve- m-'inwil ,,,v mnvemen i-etdlaicl 'o n t if rnnlen'inn between 'he. MfVtcan ill Ain'-i'e.m races, ad will ever finite any niftn or se' f men whn a'tunnt to i. t,. pmvr uwi -nch n hnlibv ,. ihnl la-terl bv Pi.ilrc G It uml hi" f 'n-fa W would rheerintU Uve -iipm.rli'd a M-vban i, Mt ,,f t i;aiR tm nf character, if there" bt I been such a one hefoe (tie people We have hcn a resident f Ihis emiiiirv for ; h ve we been prompte.1 h-personal ill-w;ll though an nnple sant duty il was one which, as a demo crat, we rnnsiilerrd we owed to the demnrralic party and lo Ihe public, and which we have en deavorrd impnr'ially lo perform. We have supported Gov, L-ine alone because we knew him to he a man of talent, of Stirling inteirri ty, of gieal pol'tieal exnerienre. and an honuruhl men No man in the T-rrilory knows its wants better than Gov. Lane. We have, therefore, in ciiminon with many other democrats all over the Territory, chosen to support (l"t, lane in pre ference lo Pailre G.ilVirs. who ataruls s a sn pended p'iest. ml a 'lisgroi-eil suit deg-adrd unit, thouirh hy trick an'1 nini,neemi! he h atleinnteil to hide his nin'al ilef'.riniti ami m'rMectual unfit- nes m der the n m'I' "' r,;tm nf a Priih, , tie pup lemi'cinov As the vt ccn-iilev Oml we have done mu (list v . and t-i,s- 'h mnoc hce. ni.d lriil hat union and harmony may chaiacter ie Mie action of the pmt( in f i!"re SAT rK K Ml XICii, siPTiMsc.a I, Ma, Editi'B, I have leceiitlr returned fionj a trip tbringh Ihe Nit aju ootidy, ami as I ow inucli of il that is atinne' entirely unknown i.t the Am' ran yiv pl-1 have c .m toiled i-t a -ho t description of i would pe haps he iiik-re-tii.g Id some of )nnr ! readeis, if you Ihink p'ir to site d a place m ' y"Ui paper, 'was In Ihe ro-ntiy h.v, ,le --i.t (!, an Juan, and pi,--el th-i.gl the : . of Cl.-!!a ; following ' ""1' . -.vi'luhe 8an Jiun. I ti-iiid t(... u I . f i'!,-!,,-.. 1 Toinnch . u..l 'he ai' : . , i. i i ta he i inhabited by the Navaju- Th" no San Juan i a lm nisi- tie.a'ii. A Itli alio, ii "bout one I I ed yards in k ing nearly as much water as the iu lei Xo ie. The Indians repicent It as exe, ed., ,.h iitric" t to cross on crount of the repuidc sil p"we. ..f Ihe current, ami that it i f.q:,eiitlv atten-h-d With till )SS Of 1 fe Slid l-upern- Thera.nil'ty of 'lie etr.enf -if Jh t,n, i- much go t' t lha: Grand, d. Xu V The Imiioin r tll.it .? le ill-.11 1. 1 "I If.,, i(LJ wide i, d 'he suit n-.h, id mixed loam unit sandy r.iinaii ni. ve v illiatlcn. ve y -i.-i.il .1 i ! th t grow lo the height nf ten feet, hcnriin; a most delicious fru t on whi h our p ity feasted nioit bountifully i their nu'iiioers a ini'tormitY of belief, and We travelled down the San Juan six days, to : and they denounce the pharisaical spirit where it runs into the great cation. This rill m. j which frowns Upon amusements, and the indiam informed me, extends to the rio Colo- j w,cn WM,, tover 8,,c.ety with H saucti rado, about one hundred miles from where we ; m(,il)119 Kmn, Their nwctilig are truck it, md rises in many places to the height ; (iondcted very mucll like the Society of of several Ihousand feet. ; ;t,.:,in,ia ,,,.. tl,t arw nnt nfvd lir After leaving the s.n Juan, we reliuoed by the : valley of Chella, which we found to he a w:de, ríen vaney, exwnsivei iiiiinnuo m wui, tin some wheal. Th. wheat grew, finelv. and ripen, in June, and much of Ihe lud an rom We found well matured, and ready for harvesting the latter end of July. The Navajos have cullm-tod much mora extensively thi year than in any former year, owing perhaps lo the supply of hoes and spades furnished them by the government. Tha plow il not used by them. Their crop consist! of wheat, Indian torn, ben, pumpkins and mellón, They have also fina peache that grow abundantly and of I very tuperior quality. The corn crop from Ihe best estiraata lhat I waa able to make. exceeds two thouiand acres, and much of it mt (va an abundant yield, and will doubtless give them large lurplm, which it ti niy intention to induce them to sell to th. troop, atatloned at Fort Delianc.. : ' ' Tit Bv. Nr. íUw, ttaplaia t Fort Deíue, I th calon we met Fiirweatlier, chief who ! there. We were treated with great alien- , wn0 " w"" trm '" Bellow, Bilk i cheese. Amago, the principal war eaptfin, srgerf the : " M;- Hl 7 h.' I to y Km a vi.il when hii peaches were ripe. Mr. Shaw ht cpiite popular with the ,ndia,. ,nd h., .,, eten.ive . ,r,i(,t, I w',n "iem I n!" mai'' complete voeabnfarjr of i ,h,ir lww H iiun-m unuersionu upon milium any emp!CC, ' He l very kind and attentive to lhm, aoppfymt; : their wants whenever it is in bis power to dp 1 0, I arrived in this city on yesterday, Sir list Aug. a Tier an absence of three months', arcom- ; ,M by . dep.itat,,,, of Navajo,, who earn. , " ,r!í,""y "'t 10 oov' Mwnwetnar. Amosigth ! Indiana nn this visit are Zar illos Largo, the pw'ii ! chief of (he n-lion Borbonctlo, from Win Goran i Psiiweather. fiom theCuSin of Chell y Jiian Lucero, fi-.uii Tunnicho Gurdo de Pen)ueor frnm Rear iiii'i( Cojo, ami the brolher of Z.r- i'Üih Largo, fium Chusrii Colorailo . nil Oilas from ."hii June j lie lunlher of MuIbs Muchas fumi O n ('alientes Cubras Blanraj, from Ihe. Meios of t'lüicu ( Dtl Jiianico, from CVn ga G iindc, .,nd eighty other men, and twelve wo mr" .it Albuquerque they were presented to Gen. : r .1 I ...1.- T... I .1 ....... .... " mtirt i mem wiiii great courtesy ami k nuness. ine i. enerara mild arm gentleman ly deportment made a very favorable impression upon the chiefs, Our excellent-Governor, who by the way is an old Indian trader, well nrqi'.amted Willi the red man and hia habits, gave them lo understand very disiiii' tly th d he would expect Ihem to comply with the conditions nf the treaty made with them in if iy by Oil. Washington, and that any depar ture from ita stipulations would bring down upon Ihem Ihe severest punishment. The Governor agreed lo pass over all oflencea committed before Ihe 1st of September, (to-day), and they on their part promised lo deliver lha murderer of Ramon Martin as soon as possible, deid or alive. The council broke up in a friendly manner, the Indians agreeing t leave to-morrow morning fur (heir own cnui.try. If they comply willi the instructions of Ihe Governor, and live in good faith, peace and quiet, prospenty must attend Ihem. for they have all Ihe elements wilhin lhein elves lo live Independent and happy. But on the other hand if Ihey violate the promise made to the Governor, and recommence their de predations. Ihey are doomed to a desperate fate. I think, Mr. Editor, you know me well enough to believe that nothing on my paid will be left un done that I c n accomplish to check the turbulent habits of these indians, nut only for their own benefit, but for the prosperity of the Territory, which depends so much upon the protection of our farmers from imlian robberies. Yours truly, HENKY L. UODCE, Agent. Hijih prices tire as bad for morsla as low-necked fri.i'k-. or hadiv 'inhteil thoroiighrares. When iiiu'loii i Scents a p uml. the pound weight con estí of 16 niinciis. Advan e the puce in 'A cents, and ihe pound dwindles may to 12 or 13 ounces Put up the price of tobacco in Ihtee itn'hus a th , -i d tu les.. han two monlhs (here would not be en binie,l cgar maker in the t-ifv. Hone yarn would t,,lie the place of "ihe l.esl pigtail," while fiill-clés regalia. wr.uU ( e their ,iate'iiily, not (o Kava.1,1. but 'o a rabílale garden, Pnce, t t tei'J hefi r, h'sve a motol well as monetary eti'ect on peopl. II' ymi would have a miller go to beat-eni you should never allow fl -sir lo go aboce six dollars a IhhtcI. The moment It geta abov that, he gels ahove the cominundmcuts. and commences working in "prepared chalk" and pi .ler of Parw. Wilh these things come short "ler.iis and unquiet ennsc.ences ami with unquiet con in.'-e rnme muer riaikneas -gwdnng of "ílh. and ni! that soil of thing. Again, we sty, if you uoiild die liitppy and go to bliss, p-av for ?on.i crop-, iu!i ha-ns, ami low pnces 0'd Pur-t.-tvlcr was one nf ihe he. I of men naturally, and'' vei II. p peeiilaiion fever, which seized Ihe poik ia-k.t .l.i. i. g ihe pa t year, has given his soul c'. !i ii dec eua'd tendri, y, that the chances are '' "V-n llai il will no' slop in lis descent till it !" 'ins iii ni ihe counting room of Bneliebubv f r fi i...,,,. 'fJf'raV'V Fi'!ini.Tim now Sirt, nt'v nl''',ilii.eil in tltt'HtiTcoiintv, Pa. , h.-v inl !;í!u.:l an exiMtó'.líun altU-l at I III II' V.'lll'l ' j-rs '!i,'V ih inli t-J iii.'Ttiii;', tri'in wlueli it u ir.í i'oiiií'.ii-i.'.i inos'ly of tliOMe fon- l-niii '!i of tip,: Soi'l'tv of l'r.i'ii.!.- Iiniiiivc U-i'ti earnestly enrra ; '-.i in th,' ivlorniiitory niovem"iits of the -lay Hfiiiin.-t i-ltiv.'i v, iiitrintirniiii'e. A'e. ' mill who ciiiii-i-ive tliitt they were harshly inllt w lh nn tliut liccol'.llt. They hold tliut .'liiii' Ii s me iiuTfly hitman organ! 1 .atiniis, i.itnsesiin( only sueh powers at iiri' (Miit' rt'el upon them by their indivi- nal iiii inliers 1 hey net in it a great miev till,it II (Ihl'istiilll (llllrlutS to demand ot M ... 0Ttirswr . umt'm ' Jjy i" "J ri 'lul:V"l,m,f' 0r Wf 8W1'- lmW' duals may at atlV time WltMraw imrii H'O society Without berrig reqiiirofj t ' gave reanima therefor, 01 DCiJJg censured for SO doilljr. '. TllU human voice htiS beea heard BCroS - the Strait of Gibraltar, a distance, of nv re than tell miles. - TWouly hapens 'm a peculiar dtute of tho Weather. . Tb iMmtin of a military baud has Iteetl heard H( listHtlce of ttventv Hiitu OU itnM frosty lllorilinjr. i , ,' j , religion beaatimlT We answer, H ; 1 desolation U4 (fciBUaity when- K&, ; 1 gion UOOW" : 't A ," a 1, ., , , ..- ,. ; .. ....i,...-.