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, icili 'uiilliiim lurrine
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nK ant. t. t B 'U au ilor. win. li is
.Mine usual ruricnrr of I he ountiy
,,id a ii at i- dul, i JteBici i.
l..r tl.i. D.-O.t olltOCt. Muth llf
l If a ,! u ' do.oiod to prove iho no
.... i cfa National Hank.
u". s.n,! ,. uf U. desired to utter hn pro.
M ,1 My i.ut a mii1 word iiiopiiti(ui to
.,, , lie tliccl ilmlit ws a bill ilo
. - l .r t ic puriKiiC of quashing "o "an.
i r . at. altit-ifr rail
. , u uld hate the ctlecl ui m i -k
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i n, tcuc uir u,r ..,,:' ,(
, o ouo 0 "Z, nj
....nirr lo nrewuc for an awful
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I ia mo ; lii' id iinnner. He
1J"" -itu. itif.,wrll,,,in
,rtler wrn. r p .;
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rminnm -ifttir opposite pan. JIc waj
'? il Hil'i'roruuJ attention sinco what
faioolci lroni him, is iilwayn treated
. . fficitfjt rrtve l. fir fow nn; equal to
I f ;imlpthof iIm ir'i'i n liuneiiy of intcn-
J t ;J ICHnt'SS Ol IIIMJiiU. ill IHU LHUISf
t tli "t itc M ver il mutinns cro made to
i .-k" j' '', tli!"''"'"" was manifcstcJ
o't" artufCi; Itiends of tho lull to delay
fI lyallT, UlC qUeUOII lillillljr I.IKUIIUIIU
omti AjeiSt ios 18, as iwws,
,tii MMirs Mien, Demon, iirown, iiu.
rt,tiruii'iy. Iiuimaru, n.niR, i.nm, ijump-
ILx H - on, Xoncll, 1'ieice, uuane, ocvier,
I Sjiih&tfonn Strange, l.ippan, waucr, w il-
,.imi, and Wright 01.
v t lc,r. IkMs, CUy of KcntucKV.
t.iitoti.l'ri'tcnden, Urt w, Dixon, Henderson,
K .jtit, Mctti' k, Nt 'iai. l'iiclps, l'rcntis'5,
Prr.vm, ItoSi.no i, Ihieglei, Smith of Indhina,
Uute a id Wjiu is.
Tl'.rc Dcinocraiic swiatiiM, messrs. iSidio
in, Il.i!iinm an J i'ojng, un.ler instructions, ;
i u-l jiraiint the bill.
I ,e s.'ustc continued in session until a vc--i
li'.c h ur
Was'imglon, Friday, Jan. 21.
la ti.o II w totlay, wo had a number of
t' ,;i of imo interoit to tho parties conccrn
t' 'rmUutlic pulilic.
MilWf.sn.ilc an explanation in relation
t i kf..irJ misrepresentations of his
ItJi ' ; euw'i of Mo.
Joe ttiiijn of Mr Inccr.iuU for a scat in
It II .a", km rclerrcd.
Mr IWlin cave notro tint lie would in- .
Ilr;...rei bill to repeal .in act to relievo from
iron prepare I lor and actually laid on, the
I 111 US, & 1 1114 13 IlOt tllC Ilrst IlltlmillOll in
1 1 of the feeling in fivor of a 1
ltTJvc tariff. In this ci.;, however, it '
IniftjtmJlbjlllie act proposed would only
iwjue auty up to tho 'jo per coat ; a:l valo-
itta.0 Kf CMnpromisft lull.
"ttallic sricci d order was taken
IHf Tmumcl his speech 011 the aboli'ion
It ' HtbCfendcl the course of .Mr Van
If'Kirvithiisutijcct; refcrro I to his inaugu
riitfirtsj.anJ declared that it was all tho joct though marked with groat prudence and
2t3i 1 ttiltCj, it 1
In the Senile, Mr. Ihiehanan nrc3onted a
I rata nai from certaia citizens of l'onn. pray-
u?frajre$s to ininoso a dulv unon the im- '
Ifrili-mnf-.M. I. I : . ' .
I t Z Vv T.r.i, . r I . ,mP"",nn , by
It J?"',rtT,U f luxurV. a,.'J PJrchas. on
IV'.''"' u,. ' 'fRO i
rJ... . . . r.
I . , c ,IIOl,B", "!?' '-ongrcs, should ,
ineoeioihu request. The memorial was
rtrwf !ia r.
...w I.IIIIIHIIICU fill I1IIU1II u
a ..il'-CitaPdish a board of commissioners
examine cliimj against ihs Uni-
K.ilnrdnv. J.in. n.r.
Scale did not sit.
I' t1 llnase, Tho Speaker, by permission,
IV Oclorevtic llnnsn a coiiiinnnicaliiin frnm
Ml'otnnici C.cncral, enclosing C3limitcs
P'Uissetvire ntihatdepartuiont; which was
uc , 0l r J. w. Jones, rciorrcd to ,.r
herommitlcenf Ways and Means and order-I ,
to submit a resolution calliocr 01 cu
imniwrif t ... : ...i ...!. '
Miiwsrc:aii:g to Meain mvlcation did
I W rnn,.... I 1 .
llKlt tXMilf nnw nn urinfAr tn tt.-i Tla.Mm
'tttraporary orilcr fur the execution of
" 1 lerk be authorized to employ suita
rMiti execute the work on hand, in
Mil 1 'aw 01 IBI'J.
Wti. Uinrs movtd an amendment. a fid.
l.eJ.TV. 1 A.-i. -j ... .i.-l
I , , V ""ui lunucr oruer i too
1 i !rlc be directed to procure the
I'AiwTu" J'01"010 1,0 Jt,nu l,y such per
cent ""'"'leasi c.peno 10 gov-
I Ts. .. 1 - "urion.
. l.i (iiiun was laKcn up, anu
"-'Hi'iucj wneu 1110 itnusc
Tuesday, January 28.
Mfic Senator from Illinois, prc-
l("r ioig memari.il. from this fanat-
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1 " i. m,.. . ,'i
" ""ruis were tiresentcii irom un-
' ".i nf tho Union, liskinir for tho '
"Stun 11V. induced n ottinrr
I 1'a.Mde.t f.,r ,,. MU(W ()f ,,10nr,moVii
(, 1 1 I Tr m the (.overnment of Florida, !
I . r.ucindnce relalirm 10 that '
elating 10 that
Wasliinctnn, Monday, Jan. 07. i"S ten inches, computing it at only 10 lb3. to vaiIs "f t,le peojile's industry, or diminish the
Mr WeW, and T.dlnu.lge male their ap- tho cubic foot. People generally aro not a- l. i'. com7,nw;''U'' to meet its en-
.n-c in the Scnatii this inornimr nnd -il-I c.i 1 , ., ,. , Eagcments. It snouhl nol bo forgotten that, in
utt, I? .1? '''A-I"'!? ..: ' war0 "fthe (Ian8" of having buildings crush- the cad of debts already contracted, tho li-
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Siltll 1 .. .L - .lllllli: III Dial IU.3I1HIMIU SUIMVII-kiM J
r11 'With l.iewirJMiHm.n, ,. . ..... .
Aid 1 'inn O.,..... cs-m.i 1
ff , y -""" "'" as
"ku iu rolation to the Standing
' " Houm came up. Wtn. C John
" le I his .pooeli against roct iving
l ft. . . ii
VHCJ SOllje limo S!H-nt 111 ,
'i 'at aitcreii "8"1" ' p - siiippcn iu hik mii ". v-mu.. ..un.
aung ujKin the subjeci, ihe wake, and every nerve strung and every aim this country, and tho demind for them inercas
" 1 ,pr consi lerjtjoti rocclvino vnrinns . r,t -r, iu,inni. ,.rit," mil.. e wherever they Inve boon iitroduccd.
' fiillriiav.Bdii. .l.-.i.,. i.. 1..'
f ;. Thei upon ilt ,,.,.-,;. -e
' ' "afrrnfm
,1 tr- ...ii,i' ,
'f riaiJM. r ...A 1
1 r ..,i
j "Wuu ' .'. ".nn.rricii, ;
a ta T?!r' r,al1 consider- '
L. 'l Uid 7tke Jj"''0 Ui lT1''
' Z . ! . C'S",y' lV r 7 T' 1 i r stnee by 1-mHinga manufietory ,.na wharf
' rrl "I'nonnU or resolution, l icet from f jur to five feet high, were sold Tor lV ,nk ot ,ri!r,,ie rir0r. tho ho I trins
"' rtif"i''5 "Mition tf slarery -2 ccr.is eirh those of a smaller sire for pornon of the raw mitcnil is sivel. as well
jcr.iv t',T "V o'at "r 7 l-2ceiitcich. The s-ilo was Hopped in as that of' oal, w n a.Tl the other ludmperiia
ftraJeenthe State, or . WIjff 0g-ofprlrBt ; M. i.! -qu.reJ W of ih. steameow
'fu.li. ., .,r mwi r
;,rrif r,e. n"- ",, .SVofi in ,rh,ch it no .
M.W m anu imu tthnlrttr.
Mr. rhrU. of Ind urn mnvfil In rr.mne.Mf...
the rwliriin adopted last night, to direct the
clerk to giro out tho minting of tho hm.sn Z
Itlnt.ma mnvcil In rprnnt flnr
t ,.-r,on, who would rJoit at tho lea, ci-
po::0 tots,, oovcrnmcnt. .
n .,i,i. ,. ..... ... , , ,-..
.... c.im ihu ii-xoiuuon wo inilCIinilC
ir i.i i , r , " "..
lo elort a printer to iho house until further
. : r',"."c "ou l,IKS0 B,J
onicrs; ana that, in the mean time, a
rotnmitteo of seven he appointed to consider
nnil intui.1 ...I.-.I .1.. - i
' , " '!'-r uic prinuiiR ran on exo-
ru.e.i in a morn ronveni-nt and cronomi-al
Jvr. ' l.tlini it nut to contrart or establish-
TIJKSDAY KVEXIXO, FEB. 4, 18 10.
Fur President nf Uie United States,
WILLIAM II. HAHKISON,
For Vice I'reiidvit nf tt linked States,
The Supreme Court commences iu session in
thW town to-day.
IDAdvcrtUing customers are reminded that
their favors must bo handed in on .Saturday,
or early on Monday morning in order to bo
sure of an insertion in the following Tues
Xew Jerscv. Thu 20th Congrcs of the
United States having completely nulificd this,
one of the Sovrcign States of the old Union of
Thirteen, by lefu-ing to admit her legal and
official representatives to act as such in the
House of Representatives The Governor, it
will be scon, by referring to our proceeding
colums, and the Legislature of said State have
taken up the subject with an earnestness and
do.iberation which the case merits. Tho state
it seems, considers itself in thn lii,lit nf .1 die.
franchiscd member of the Union an I dobaircd '
f ... . . , I
from a voice in tho national councils ; and 1
hence tho great solemn federal compact, if not '
. . ... I
. - c- - i
broken, is at lo ist suspended, and no act on
part of Congress during this state of things
whinh iilin U inlnrnitn,! .n,i l.o l,in,lt
r,,. . . . ,
I""' t,:u"'Ss emor.iciiig a opcciai
;'"sagu ui governor ronningion 10 mo i.cg-
isiaturc ana the acts ol that body on tho same,
; on our first and scon 1 pages, will bo found
execo lingly i.itorcsting to those of our read
ers who lake an interest in such momentous
matteis. J ho Governor s views of tho sub
moderation carry conviction that he is in cam
est and that such usurpations of power, and
derogations of richt are not to bo overlooked
a stale which places a high estimation up-
.,. ... na.:na, combac. T)lo lccis, !
.., ' ., ... ..,.,.. '
ngms o. .no state, and win doubtless second
any measures which tho Governor may sug-1
gost to rcAtotcher righls. The resolutions he- '
.1.. II II ... ,
iuru iiiu imusu 01 iicprcscniauves, 11 will uo
scon, are in tho richt spirit. !
Weight of Snow. It has been demon-
straled in Haltimnro that a cubic foot of snow
well saturated with water will weigh 30 1-2 j
pounds and that there was nt one lime p!2nd
i)oi.cmi,0, 1 on nn r,hn . r, ,
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iJr8c uou,cs "lsow UP "icm-
The Public Lands. It seems to us that pub-li-
sensibility is not sufficiently aroused on the
subject of tho extraordinary movement at
Washington in relation to this great national
domain. Tlio bold movement of Mr. Calhoun
immediately after his recent open adhesion to
the administration, in relation to these lands,
is a mark of that recklessness of character of
which heretofore we should not hardly have
thought, even tho chief of the Nullifiors could
have been up to. We supposed him base c
nough, but did not think he would run the
risk of incurring that popular indignation ofthn
! people as such a step would be likely to incur.
I Hut it is now no longer doubted by the most
I. intelligent and observing men, and best judges
of political movements, that a bargain has
been consumalcd between the aspiring Soutll
' crncr and tlio great "Northern man with South
1 crn principles" to pledge these lands to tho
stales in which they arc located for presiden-
tial stock. And that tho successor to the
present incumbent, after his second term, is
that our brethren of the pro-
fesslnn aro sufficiently aroused on this subject
they should do when such a ba&o plot is set
. . . . . . .
on foot to deprive them of an immenso trnas- ton from tho United States, although tho in
ore. Meetings ought to be called in every croaso of the manufacture will probably prc-
I , . . . 1 . .
Uiri r.( thn eountrv to remonstrate and protest
..... . .
it I nislalive hndies nnnht In be. a.
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Morius Multioaui.is. The rage of spcsula
tion in this plant,
has noarly or quite eubsid
lots have recently been sold at ,
very creai rcouceo prices.
- " - , . ,.
k i,.,ir,r.l, r,.nii nn MulucauIls treis
. . fcc . -
took place at Uurlington, New Jersey, a week
or two since, at auction, only ten thousand out
.... , .. j . .,,1.1
Of Pennsylvania, after remarking that tlio
ptlbllC llolll Of that St.ltO liatl I .on,, ,v.nt.T,etf,i
SK! T' f XU
.!?'??. ' .. A "" solo'".n nianncr.and
i. . . . . - . r
Is ,n ? i '?, "r "r n,cft
lemiinriri - ..mr.t,i. ii i .i . . .
iry cxpcoiftits, nnl look thi
in i"c larc.- tiut at nil
interest m-JSt be mot hv tare, ..r lor,,,,, menm.
motids that the hanks bo treated with indul
gence, and that iho U. S. Hank bo called
upon for tho loan which its charter compels it
to make to the State when required.
Wo copy tho following for tho .special Lou
fit of tho Washington Globi and iu sattel
"In IccUlaiing on this subject, however, wo
cannot closo our eyes to the peculiar condition
of the country. Wo must take things as we
find them. e arc not considering what would
ho the proper couric if wc wcto now about to
introduce, for tho first time, a system ofbank
ing in Pennsylvania. That question was set
tled long ago, and by a constant and rapid pro
gression it has been entwining itself witli ev
ery intcrostand every measure of policy in this
Commonwealth. It has, for good or for evil
stamped its influence on every commercial,
manufacturing and agricpllutal interest among
our citizens. Under tho operation of this sys
tem, and on the faith of its continuance in somd
form, all our business has been undertaken,
our contracts between indivi luals entered in
to, and their dolus contracted, our internal im
provements commenced, and our vast State
debt fastened on tho people. Abrogato tho
entire system' and wo know net in what con
dition it will pluajo us.
"Ileal estate and all commodities of com
nicrce, agriculture and manufactures, now
bearing the highest paper price, must fall
greatly in value, and by that fall in price,
thousinds of the enterprising an I inlus
trious of our fellow citizens will bo irretrieva
bly ruined. Tho two yo irs immediately fol
lowing the last war with Great Hritain, furnish
us some instructive lessons on this subject,
though very inadequate to portray the conse
quences that would follow iho same causes in
our present situatiou, And what heighten!)
tho evils anticipated, is tho rcllcct'on, that
the POOR and those tn moderate eircumstan'
ccs, would bo obliged to mduro tho brunt of
tho hardships. The RICH, heme the credit
ors, hate little to fear from such change in our
Ti"tmV '' Vl-0.bla?paof "10
nimninnilu nn iLliikm ,1m .ililnC tut-,!.... .... .
.......... ... 111 iiii-nii lilt. Vllljl WUIUVII 13 I Sl.
l adoutinc coercive incisure nrrnln.i 0,n
banks, it should not ho-forgottcn, that tho no-
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" ' """."onics ui, not laii on tlicm alone.
Tho vast number of individuals, from whom so
j in my millions aro duo to those institutions,
j would feol most oppressively the blow. Nor
would it be right or just to cast tho great miss
of innocent stockholders beyond tlio pale of
' legislative protection. The officers and di
rectors, who aro in fact chargeable with most
, if not Iho entire blame, would readily screen
themselves from it, elude the laws, tako cam
of themselves, profit by tho sufferings andlos
' scs of tho innocent, and leave those to perish,
1 who had little, if any, active agency in produ
cing tho present state of things. "This is a
matter worthy of your niost serious and delib
"A system of credit, acted on with caution
ad sound judgment, is not only wise and j...
.li - ious.butiuJisocnsibloto an enli'-lunnn 1 L.
sinoss communis, tho hnnnsiv. i,irtf. -,,!
cauacitv ufa noor mnn 14 1 i iinlvrnnitnl. ntiil I
CS3 . ,,im , . -r "v -
there is little practical diiTurrnce between the I
condition of the honest and dishonest, tho ca-1
mllll mill ilin 1 IIIMfiitit rrnn 'Pl.n ..C
1 . . . muii "M
'" . " " V V "I'l"""" pnucip 0 woum
bo fixed by their birth, and merit would be 10
garded as a bootless qualification. This i3
not tho doctrine of nature, or of our Declara
tion of Imlcpcndancc, and American system
Again : "In this
1 this stale of things it behooves
. " VI ...r " "r"","'
...u iumiuiu iu wuigi uu uiu poucy 01 a-
rcct niTect of reducing the means of the debtor
is to inciciso tho relative amount of his debt.
Tho creditor gains in proportion as the debtor
losci. and no man can foresee tho extent of
tho impending convulsion "
COTTON iM A NUFACTUH.ES.
Among the wonderful phenomena of thn
present age, thero is none more striking than
the importance which Ibis branch of manufac
ture has acquired, and tho influence which
cotton exertson this country and tho commer
cial countries of Europe. Fifty yeara sinco,
it was supposed that cotton could not bo pro
duced in this country, and iho first cargo which
arrived in Liverpool irom Charleston was seiz
ed by tho revenue officers who refused to be
lieve the statements of tho captain or tho ship's
papers alleging as a reason, that it was impos
sible to raise cotton in America. Our cotton
crop now averages $80,000,000 annually, and
is every year increasing.
Tho amount of Cotton consumed in Great
Hritain Is 'jon,nnn,ooo lio. r..in, n.i
value of tho manufacture SlOiJ.OOO; the num
ber of persons encaged. P0.000. In Franco
the consumption is 75,000,000 lbs ; valuo of
manufactures $50. 000,000. Tho value ofcot
tnn manufactures in Prussia 815,000,000, and
in tho Netherlands, SI 0,000,000. In Switz
erland they aro rapidly increasing, and now
cmnloy 30.000 hands.
Tho amount of cotton produced in Brazil,
India, Kgypt and oilier pottions 01 noum a
' .'. . .... . ,
menca and Asia, is riPldlv incroMinp;, and
ill rt I'linitinncd u. itll I. Iiirtl it W thorn rai
. prions comuotit on with the col
vent lis ever lai ins nanny mo picso 111 price.
'LL" "a v' .... J..... ..'
lirco quanuiios 01 rnnun nuus a'" ""
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Some nf the preatebt improvements for the
manufacture of Cotton linvc boen mido by the
Americans, although as yet wo have not suc
coedodinminufaeiurincthe more delieattj fnb.
rirs, for which the I rencli and awns have ac-
quired a rnputatmn
A fow years ago, cotton nnu'ifa'toriot i n
.. . r.
ui coun rv were cmiii-.o. j i.,.c ai.uaiii.i.s
"'"U"'J ... 1... 1 r 1...
wllCrC W.VCr power WHS 10 uc ll.iu, uui ui .iic
several have boon ero.-tnd in seaport towns to
Ikj worked hv steam Pwer. The saying in
mnnr muei 1 p wmci umj luimi icliuiu.
ton rnillf, erected aince 1935, havo declared
vory largo dividends, and public opinion in
clines strongly in favor of their superiority,
provided they are situated upon navinablo wa
ter. In Inland situations they would be less
profitable than those woikod by water (lower.
Fatal Affray at Canton, Mississippi. An
affray of a fatal nature occurred a few days
sinco at the above place, between T. C. Tup.
per and Duval C. Cook, two young lawyers of
the place, which resulted in tlw uValh of the
latter. Tho caupc of tho quarrel was as fol
lows: Tuppor, while on a visit to Hnrrods
buigli Springs, Ky., last summer, paid his ad-addrcs-.es
to a young lady in tho vicinity, and
was accepted. A few days before the mar
riage waa to tako place, Cook, who was on a
visiUn tho neighborhood, staled to the voung
ady's friends that ho knew Tuppor wefl, tha't
ho whs dishonorable, h id gambled, and would
nui pay ms uculs. nils TCiKirt blocked Tup
per s game, and tho mirthgo was p-eventod
On meeting at the square nt Caniun.' after hav-
ingrsturnoJ homo, Tuoner made an attack
upon Cook. At a dislanco, thoy disr barged
several pistols without effect they then
clinched and beat each other over the head
wiin their pistols u-itil the bve slanders inter
fered and 3eparatcd them. Cook was making
for his office, a few steps from tho apot where
the separation took place, when Tupp r rushed
upon film,' shot him through the abdomen, and
he fell dead without a groan. A brother of
Cook, discharged a pistol at Tuppor, which
cairied away a part of one of his cars. Tho
latterhas (led, lb iring tho resentment of Cook's
brother and friends. Tuppor is a native of
Vermont, Cook was formerly from Kentucky.
A'. O. Picayune.
From tlie Kenlii I'u.i
Tho following list shows the number of
members in tho Houso of Ilopresoritalives who
voted for Mr Iluntor, 111 the choice of Speak
or arranged according to their respective
Rhode Island 3
Vermont 1 3
New York . so
New Jersey ' 1
Pennsylvania , 1 1
North Carolina - 0
South " . ; 7
Georgia , . y
In'li ina 3
iOod Hounds! We notice accounts of ar
rivals of two vessels iu Florida, with 20 or 30
blood hounds i,i oi.-h. lEPoomo one has got
up in tlio Joseph (Florida) Times, a horrible
story of the wreck of the schooner "Terri
blc,'' near "Dog Island'1 (!) having 200
oioou noun is on board. Thoy had been
pcrinittcd id range at will on tho deck, leinffl prm . ....i , ule Pennsylvania
very peaceable, and on smelling blood, drawn Legislate, by tho State IVeasurer, it appears
from the arm of a sick sailor, thoy commenced ,mt 82,900,000 have been received from the
a sudden attack upon the crew, and ate them , I U. S. Dank, exclusive of loans, for the purpos
allup (!) but the agent, who secured himself es of education &c.
at mast head, and was saved by a boat. Tlio I '
account to complete tlio ilogaslropie, miltos
t'.o hounds so crazy with blood, that they leap
cJ into the waterand wore drowned an I thou
tho schooner went to pieces "not a spar left.'
The story is seriou3ly puuliihcd, we perceive,
in some of tho papers, as if entitled to credit 1
A'. . Sent.
Time to go Homk. Paulding in his life of
Washington, gives tho following little anocdoto
of tho mother of this great man :
"She was once present and occupied the
seat of honor, at a ball given to Washington
at Frcdrickshurgh, while in tho full muisurn
of his well came I glory, and when 9 o'clock
came said to him with perfect simplicity,
"Come George, it is time to go home."
It would perhaps, bo well if many, to this
day would remember when it is "timo to go
"Is that clean butter ?"' said a person a 3hort
lime ago to a countryman who had a waggon
ful of butter for sale In the market. 'Guc3s it
ort to bo," said the fellow, for it took the old
woman and three boys all last night to pick tho
hairs but on't.'
BucKwiitiAT Cakes, As tho seasort has
again arrived foi these delicious cakes, we
copy tho following direction for preparing them,
which we find in an exchange p per for the
"To three pints of buck-wheat flour mixed
into a batter, and onoteaspoonful of carbonate
of soda, dissolved in Water, and one spoonful
of tartaric acid dissolved In like manner;
first apply tho carbonate, stir the latter well,
rind'thcn put in Iho ncld thus th' use of yeast
la inilr.,i.i. '-i " "K' "
a feather arc" issued. One grout advantage is
that the batter is ready for baking as soon as
it is made.
A young boy nimnd Major, at his father's
houso in Hartford, Vt. playing with a loaded
rifle, accidently discharged tho same, when , ,n Castleton. 17lh ult, by Hcv. J. Steel. Mr.
the ball, passing through two doom and anon- ,sa:ic I)0w,of Derby, to Miss Elizabeth South
try, entered another room, and perforated the m. j "
hcjd ol an infant auod thirteen months, asleep , x,nrtnu. Uv . ,, f ,.,.
c.adle. .Ihohltlo sulTerer lingeied lor
, hours and died. tos. Ines.
eldo.t daughter ol iltram Wait, hsq. of im-
Hill Johnson, the noiod "pirate of tho thou- .mouth,
sand Islos," has boon tried and convicted at1 In Shrewsbury, by Rev. C. Hewes of East
Albany of a breach f thn neutrality laws of Clarendon, Mr. Erasmus I). Aldrich, to Miss
iho Unitod States, having participated as tho 1 1.u.-ind.i P Dexter, also Mr Thomas J Ileadlo
second in comrnind in the getting up and pre- 'of Harnard. to Miss Paulina H. Cady, of
paring the moans for a military oKpcdiilon Wcathcrsficld.
which collcctod at French Creek on the 22ud ' In Miidleburr, Mr Sidney Hall, of Hristol.
February, 1638. nnd went into Canada and to Miss Nancy Chiitendeii of Middlcbury.
took up a position on Hickory Island. I In Salisbury. Mr Horace Elmer, of Addison
Hastj 1). Times.
Tim Minuter of Spain has claimed an ap -
penlfrom the hie da-lsion ii tho Arrnistad
case. It is rouiavod to the Circuit Court which
is soon to convene ut Hartford.
The House of Representatives of Illinois,
have voted, 10 to 37 to tusien I all further op
erations upon the raibroada of tint stale.
'Di k, w'ut da iu call s iccr nonsense
" hy, eh ering a Iwj.' for his w ool
ICTHy tho mails last evening and this mnr
niag wo have our regular file of lain pipers.
New York and Ilostori of Friday, and Coti
grcsiional dates to Wednesday last. Should
i.4.u wiiiiivu iniireuaj-uaics prouahly, hut
tho last rcgulai mail irom New York to Bos-
I t . 1 I ri iii . .
ton was impeded.
Tho passage ofihe AVir Standing Rule tn !
tho House of Itcprcscntalivcs in Congress, is
a pretty large stiide of the constitutional pro
rogatUe, and is deemed rather inconsistent
with the course of the Houso heretofore. It
win doubtless bo satisfactory to tlio South.
and Iho great ,nan at .ho North, so distinguish-
'"I m vmm Soull-Brn I,ril,ciPlc ' uut
1,10 Nor,llor people generally, will doubtless
..1 ... . . " .
bo somewhat startled at it. We shall cive
more particulars in relation to tho progress
and passage of this resolution nnd tho yeas
and nays on tho question next week.
Thu accounts of tho mnnslrous destniriinn
by fires in Now York, and elsewhere, in our
,... , , ' ,,.
preceding columns, must bo really appalling to
the Htoutesl heart.
Our exchange papers continue to elvo u$
, ,. . b, J. ' . . K' u
mmy adihtumal distressing jiarticulars in rola-
tion to the ill-fatoil Sleamer, Lexington, and
have added several names ,0 tho lisfof unfo,
tunato sufferers. The number ascertained lo
have boon lost has arissn to rising of 1 10. A
young man by the name of Wm. Cowcn, of
New York, and a Miss Sophia Wheeler,
daughter of Robert Wheeler, of Greenfield, !
Mass. are said to bo among tho now discover-'
ed missing sufferers. Tho lallor had been
teaching school in New Jersey, and was on
her return homo to bomirried to the young
man, as it is suggested, who was accompa
nying her homo to her fathers for that pur
pose. Michigan IVhi Senator. Augustus A,
Porter, Esq., Ins been elected U. S. Senator
from the State of Michigan. So say3 the J.
of Commerce of Friday.
A gentleman who passed from Ilcnnington
to Ur.ittloboro' a few days since, ' informs us
thot the-snow is not less than live feet in depth
on the Green Mountains, and that all sleighs
and sleds are furnished with shovels without
the use of which they cannot piss each other.
In reply to the question, "Who is tho oldest
printer in Uoston !" thn IJostou Courier says:
' We answer Dcnjamin Russel. Ilisnppren
li' cship commenced in August, 1775, Willi Isi
ah Thomas, of Worcester; but ho had learned
of his uncle to set type several years before
UiUGIII'ON .WAUKKT. .t.ndij J n, J7
At Miikel 31 1 licufCatilo. an I lOS.i Simon.
Prices. Reef Cuttle. I'ri -es obtained lut
wceK ol a like quality wero Iu v sustained. 1
A few hotter cattle were al mirkct and higher
prices wero obtained. First quality, $0 51) a
0 75. Second quality, SO 00 a 0 50. Third
quality, rJ5 00 a 5 75.
Barrelling Cattle. Mess $5 50, No. 1 500.
Cnici it'll Calree. We iiodce a few saleB
25, 28, 32 and 835.
.SV,cc. We noti' o lots' taken at 2 76 300,
3 50, $100, and a lot of fino wethers at S500.
S'ijinc None at market except a fow from
STATE OF THE WEATHER.
Jan. 20lh at Sun rise 2fl above zero.
" 30 " 38 "
" 31 " 21 '
Feb. 1st " 11 "
" 3 " 10 "
" 3 " 10 "
" 1 " 12 below.
New-York Cuttle Market Jim. 20.
At market 850 head of Ueof Cattle, 00 from
tlio T'TnQt 3n,l thn linlin-n T.im .1. tD v?.,,.,. nr.n
of which wero left over from last week 70
milch cows and 2000 sheen.
'l'i. nr l.. rj ... . ,
1 iiu ui;i:i iiiukui continues 10 uooverSiOCK-
I ei1 and dull
I ho sales of lo-day amount to
C00 head at 0 to 88,50 making an average
i' i"? ,0 the 100 lbs, which is 50 cents less
than last week
Milch Cows wcre lower, 50 sold at S30
' i' erc 111 tcss oemanil, about MOO
laitun ai ci.-.'u to i,ou each,
In Pittsfortl, on the Ist. inst. hv tho Rev.
Willard Child, Mr. William Kimball to Miss
.vr,,,. M1, .'.r iM,l,n,J
Mft Vail, son of Michael Vail,
Es(,. of Mi.ldlelown. to Miss Martha Wait
to Miss Fidelia .Mellnsa Uomp, daughter of
iarn. jiarry iiurnp 01 haiismiry.
' Newhavcn Mr. William H. Angell Wi
; ,n Hochester on the nth. Mr Uriah Rice
Esq. of Granville, to Alias Marv G. Hnntinif
ton of Rochester.
In Akron, Ohio, on thn 1st int., Gen L.
V. Pierce, miynr of the city of Akron, u.
Mit Siphroni Lidd, formerly of Rutland.
i .. . . ..
In thi ton on Saturday t Mrs, Nancy.
Reed, aged H I
I "VK '!" ilnrfl.ru. Ointf apHnl'd lv hf
1 1. .. . "" "" ,,"' Court fnr.thf dialrSct of
I llllllAml tt ........ - .. . .
rtjiittclmni inil ilfininj. ol all txi.oo. .
gaintl thi- rnnlii f '
TIIOHAS ADAMS, Jr,
ale or I .tt.r.ird in and district .lrre .e d re nre.f ti'
lr. in..lei.l. and al.o ,l ,( ,nJ rf;,n.njrf
Hi.. Alii, ,1V rifemUr,li.l, Win allowed br
id ciitt mr tl.ip..r.i-,wr do tricr,r rr hrre'
hr bit,. ...,,rr tli.t r will allrml In Hie hiiflnrit
" t.awi mil nrnu in I
" 'am aripuntmenl. at Iho dnrllinr ln.ui.ot
f S'l""' l',t,'r""' " rcond Toetday
unluOl' .M o . rp..,l Mid day..
s 11 Ki'i.i.ono,
A. i'KNm:i.l. Commu.Ionm.
I lllnlntd Jan. 7lh. IS-10.
sT,ri:or vi:ii.mo.t, )rpin: i',ute
I'l",!'rl';l,l",,l,"lli" J J- Cnnrt fur lh
I'" lnl nmv, Cmmi
J(1;'V ' ' ' f (Po
.Marllm i: ,tf,.ad im'iim, lirlranrihi t-.tnin idaUm
nel Mi ad. In r I IVif. rd inrmil Dulrici tfcrraa.
ed ; liir.nj rrpri n iiti il In llna court lfn( il if
lie i-naiy f.ir die Mippxil nf m mi I wnnU, tint
llili I It-it nt in Ihe rvernnn nfllif ilnrr nfllie
wldnwid raids nun I, rlmuld be mid, ihp raid
dnrr Ci ,itFt lnif i.li li'v. n ncrei nnd rii.hi mil.
I nf lind and 11I cntalii nw. I. In ll, In. II, I;-...
' lhrnmi Hnnl.i!. nnd 1 n:li ul Ih-i,l uaul, 1
' "" ' "J -rilie a.l reeralont
I f"" " jiinrdiMi prnylnj! lid. enurl tnt-ranl Ii m
iiili..r.i.v and hern to refl thrir inl.-rrrl in tl.a
''y'''"! that aald appheatUri .tand
I " emir lietnre aald eniiilala reraion llicie.
( "It.. In- l.rriiUn m lluilnnd. ti. I.i Monday of
,,"'rl,l"exl i anil tint imtie- th.-rml litivrnliy
"f ""' putilicu h tn br mil lot iliau two wecka
j '!"", 'p ,"' r.y ,
O1v.11 in Prutuie Cniirt at Itottmid fell, Ul 1810:
6-? IIIIMIV IIAI.Ii.HeglaUr.
STATU UK VWtMONT, i
nlli: linn. Probata
I'lFWILI in minium.
ilitirict id' Htiilmid in iho I rirs nf llMliiamln
Nrrdliam Inlenl Slirebury diceaed.
Wlieiena Hi'iijunin V. N.cillmn and Li
fti-nlli mo mlii trnti,r i,l' Uir mlnlr nl'llir raid
Uenj limn, li.ive i.'pri'tentHil In Ihin court tlml llir
pt'ltnnal fiiluif nl' aaid drceiifi'd U iiia.ilTicirnt to
,i lua (iHitK.iiml llint a pnrl nl llie ial ratale of
mid decenaed cininn In- add willmiit injury to
lli". int. irrlt-d in Ihe rem liiider nf llie eatnte,
unit tin vi npplied fr I Ckiiki. le .ll I In- linme farm
nn hIiii:Ii Ihed ci-aeil livd ivilli il aci'piinn
nl I lie I mii p r .,r pnirela id" laud rrt nlf lo f or
nee Nn 1 1 1 1 .-i 1 1 1 , nnd III pnrlnin ret otTln llie WIJ.
iiw i, her dnuer,
llieit'lnre ynii nre liercby in.lifi.il in appear
el llie pri linl. ei urt l n rerrimi In be Imlilen
.it Hiilhi.il nn I lie fiiBi Mnnilny nl .March neil,
nnd hIiiiu guild iiui.e In (be ci nliary or irive
limiili. .ih K.iiil i miii rliull illncl fir I lie payment
id'aiid dililr. i.ili,tie llie n id mlininialratiiri
mil then he lireiieaed and nn Imt nil In r-llihe
and rrniitnc nfllie re nl Klnt- " tl.i- auid ili-Cea.
ed. Given iii iiu- pri bnle cuuil nt llulland.
lliia nml d.iv nf Fi li A I) 1 40.
f 1 IIKMIY IIAI.I., UeCi,ier
ST TT: OK VIIIIMO.N'I', ) rpilKlinn.lhe pro.
Iilriet ol UiiiIhiiiI, m X I nle cmirl f!.r
llie diblnrl nl lliillniul, 'In nil pernn ; ntn erm d
in llie crliitei't Hi nj mill fti t iliu m InlenlHIiri M
Imrj . in mi d i'ixii i t. iii e. ii i il, Um i.i i mi.
Whereii. It" nj iinin K Mi i rilinm nml l-vi
Neeillinii iiilininmlriilera id' llie . riut nl' llie .aid
lli Reined Inive mule lippln lillim In I III cmirl for
h. nl .ml r l -leii.! rlii- lime lnr the p ytileiit tyf '
llie ileliif nl llie ami dei i iiaed miii enr fimii Ilia
(llleemli i n M in tit
Il H niilered llml you In. n il 3011 are hereby
notified in iiipenr lietnre a.iiil n mint a a-iiim
111 renl tnlie llnlil Mill llie prnli lie nll'n'e in t.t
I1111I willitii ami l'ir siid dialrict nn llie liratMon.'
div o Mnrc.li ne I nml rhnv mine if nny you
li.ive m i. v mnl iipplleiilinii .hall mil lie uranl i,
iiveii 111 pr-iluii in tin. Nl div nl Kelt. ,,
U If III f.,-7
III' Mil V MALI,, Itegiiier.
WK llie uliairiheri. heiiiir iippniiited by tin.
linn llie prnlmli court for the dinlnct n
llulland i niiiiiiitaioiiera In tcceive, eininiu and
iiljuai nil chiiiua iiti'l deiumida u' ail M'ranna a.
irntnal the rrlMe n
Inlenf W h II i y li.nl, in rind ihalrirl. ilrcenard,
tepreaeiili'il mr Ivenl, nnd n an nil claima and lie
11111111I1 1'xliiliileil in H'ai t therein ; nml .1) iimtillia
IV, .111 llie (III, d ly of Jiiuuiiry l.iat, l ing allnurd
by Mid court for llntl pureme, ut do llie,efore
herein' jrive imlice Hint we will nlleml t llie liua
ine.s nfiiiir rmil appniiitmi'iil, ol the iliM-llinjJ
Ihiiiw nl D.tniel 1'ilin r, in l).inliy, .11 llie laat
.IJnoiliivH of Kel. nnd June neat, Irom IOo'c.1 etc
A,.' until -1 n'cl'.ek I'. M. on irch ofaaiddafa.
H. .1 i:i)OK TON, ) 1 .
1IIA KIWUNOS, I Comrnii.ton a
Dinliy, Jan. Id, 1811) 5 -7
t :Hllclo. Frit. 1, IS 10.
JjAVIi for sale Frcsli Grouml Su
perfine Flour by the bnrrel or
pntiml, nlso, New Duck-Whcnl Flour,
I nils Axes and IIiiy-ltniveH ; hinokcu
HniiiH, I:ird, and Pork by llie barrel or
A poor! nssorlinenl of Dry Goods nnd
Crockery ns Imv ns ran be luitl nny
where either for rni.li or eredit. S 10
G'irrii AloiinCl in liny a.
A new supply of tlm Green Moun
luiii Hoys ii In'hioricul tide, by I)nniel
1 Tli' inpxon. Moutpt lier, tiullior of
Mnv Miirlin, for sale by II. T, While,
Kullnnd, Feb. Ifl 1610. 5 tf.
C1AMK Inlu llie eneloiurr of llie auh.rr Her on
the 20th il.y of Deo in.t, a black two Taaia
old mrr colt mill a small atar in ha forrhrad,
lit- owner l rrqueslrd to rpprsr, prne Ida prop
etly, p.y llie chart;'! and lake lier away.
Orwell Dee. or(,, u
Alli iilioii !
A 1.1. peimil" lllll.lllrn ;', ..III J. I II (
lll-nL ...,l I mwm Iih...1.i ,' '
and aellle uilli'iiil d-ly, and satre Co. (
Holland, Jan Vrt. I 40
OOl.n lieatUr, Upper l r. rrd r.irKllr, (or
'S," r.L". . . ... J.'lM.", AIUt:iT Jr.
....',.. .nui.J lint IBflJ,
A Pocki-t Hook Fotiml.
T-.ni iv ix . Nnr. Mlti 1810,
JtOUM) on the road Ik-., y , um y; lk
.V-nif in rod 1'ie.ler' nulla in (lij a
VtH lh of Wallei eo.itai.inllt tlnlla ia In
hank tnlia and ninr ..ilwr p.i--i.-.;iy.it rrf n
its on t i a mr Anl'miij- llMHrj- ,,.
i ?-r lie mar I, ia ffU d lu rail ,.i,,
ree..r ia pr riy aon pa n-aie. - Kimutra
,t the fljil.nd Jt-k rtu,i, I, iu ,0i,,.Lj,
J,n 16 JglO 4-7 j HROWN