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nr. HtAui , every portion of the Union we hare c if the revival of Runnels and the in- 1 r iU .,! f.mpl"ymemoi injunry utwer the icw . ...... t . . generally appreciating in l A iUl ' 11 ruinoui contraction oi tiic f it-v, wwwi i ui una nivrucni imaiier in . l .1. -i .I.:. . II . ' . ..nun at any timo sineo 1830. Manufac. t tf ' aricui kindi arc commencing and new . - .' . .1 .I1 fi f production are opening in the South ut where it woi form I y Mid thai only A lureeoall be prosecuted. This is what t the ,r.t y frnmmtly needs a Utter diffusion nnd j rrxx.n if Industry and thia thlf Tariff is .if Hoe Jltrceor tour bcuto iunnuiacturwL' r it jflrt M inawna anu Illinois, wnicn would at-, . i til I .1.1. h r the lur plus Female Population of tho. a I (; vt cmilumeril to any which may bo, nenhich has any value would possess a cash t and should no lonccr hear of Rood horses t jfj ihc ShcrilT's post for 95 and cows for 81, m they have Itequctitly been uunngthcp.it d Dur I'rolectivo Tariff is slowly but cou nt j working vast good for the Country ; wc net-.! Intchgcncc and firmness to sustain it, s . will be well. I1 no man belicvotho Ta '"it' becauso the next House of Hcprescntnlivcs kt'y In be Ivco-focoi tho Senate 'the break r .1 r . . . ! r ti me uonsinuiion, is prrtty certain to oc Wt si ami will wo trust, hold the destructives at jrtill the Country can be arrouscd to tho rescue. No man hat a right to despair of tho Republic 1 'I he greatest ovii now experienced caused by untof a National Hank. In absence of such ta Institution, Money concentrates in our Great . es. where it is not wanted, instead of diffusing f f whero it is needed and would bo useful. MJiotis are now piled up in our IJank.vaiilts nnd irate depositories becauso it couuot be safely loan- 1 or invcstcil by its holders so ns to bring them 5 aiiiic mere aro whole districts oi the Uountrv in hch is wanted on good security nnd would be wth 10. There is a chasm between tho class nbich has money to lend and that which might 'ohtubly and safely borrow it, and this chasm aoufd be bridged by a National Hank. Had wc lid such an institution for six months past, tho rjney now lying ldlo in our Cities would have sn subJcribid to its stock or otherwise absorbed r it and loaned out where it is most needed and kiould bo most productive. That money would .uo been instantly employed in building, clear 3j larming, ouying implements, cloths, &c. giv tig employment to Inbor and making a market 'jt Products, to an extent which would have -ast y increased tho Business and tho nnual produc ion of the Country, Tho farmer enabled by a oan dn the security of his little homstcad to sub- !jc, improve and fertilize it, instead of wasting us time ana worrying his nio out to get executions uyed and debts extended, would haro paid the nnney lotfie Laborer that ho will now pay to tho ilieril and his crop would havejbeen doubled. iVc bcliovo the absolute loss to the Country, from it non-employment of tho Capital now locked ii i our great Cities may bo millions. This tU iII bo to a great extent curse itself ultimate ! m ,viiai is msi unnng ns conuuanco is ion ior I Tho TarilT wo havo is a good one, notwithstand a few inconsiderable defects nnd it is the tt-anchor of the Nation's Prosperity. Surrcn- -rcicu u can never uc; anu u musi not oo over sown, And vet if anv amount of fraud and falnp- I ol can work its overthrow, it will bo broken fwn There arc interests adverse to thoso of tho ii'rouu'.io industry oi tins country which can fi"i i i . f L er t . I -, i . n . . r-naru to spena minions to crusn tho 1'rotection bow emoved bv that Industrv. These interestj fctc alwnya viligcnt, active, inteligent, and lavish If money,whilotho Home Interest is sluggish and fcarles! too of often unduly confident on the one nnd or unwisely despondent on the other. This fniereK must be awakened, and must put forth its :.. . I -Jl . I - "w.tU in me siruggic now rapiaiy opproacning. N. Y. Tribunt. TYLER IN NEW-YORK. The 'Welcome to John Tyler,' on his nrrival hoar city ycrtcrday, was a tamo and flat nfTair. Tine was about half a turnout of the Military. nVinjj well, as usual, and a very good 'showing1 Tthc Irish Repealers, who milled rather to ex- i!i!t their strength than from any great love for fhe orcasion ' Then there was a nretly pood Bering of miscela neons people, as there always when there is a show to bo seen not so many " there would have been to seoa colored gentle "a hung, but still very fair considering. The ptucle was very lato in reaching tho City, hav if? to ttop at New Brunswick and Perth Amboy to h way from Princeton yesterday; so that a rt miny grown people, to' say nothing of the w ei, were kept longer standing in the sun than ould have been conductive to health or good mter. It was 5 o'clock when the Procession 'C'n to inOVO un HrnaiKinv nnA nfirr fi u-lirn il ifcotback to Howard's Hotel, way-worn and thisty '",p!ed up Chatham street, the President being i i -a a wc are i0m ,n .h midrt nf thp Snar. "ta Hanj . wIhIa At,.iiAr(i aIa i.... "'"MaJrar.ee A confused noise, that might -- wn miitakcn lor cheers, alarmed his Excel ji'ticy as be tasted Tnm mnnv 1 Trill : lml hp nrn I'f "iotJ his self-possession and his hat which J sccidentiilli' f.illin ffnm 1lB Jlnrl 'IIjm rm. I'-on do'jbled Unton Square in the most solcr 1 Jt?cf' wn-ch w well maintained till they wr fll down Hrnirl IV J'l W : solemn ere I ...VHHMHt dx JlatllU 4IU (.UUtJtVU IU w psMing,tcla usthat thctram beint; forced to stop, 4 ag erifd out "three cheers for Henri C.Uv to ey were girn with good will, and the eiTcet tvas . can, Known all over the city, wo under '111 rnlhrr n l. . k. 1.. . 1 a , .-v..m jJIVUl art of thedialance endoruti "Tha llir. n... , .... uiuurmun inn rifir in. . the World.' Tho truth ahould'nt b -.11 X 'f-l -!-... i4 uuin ii. j, j noun. CHINA BY A WAG -S mnr-VV'.r mm i I a its U (. . It, . .i I j , d -7 , i K V D5f IMt in aVimA riiriAiu nrwtM nVintit Ph!. ys vi oi iiiuiiiUL'ii a 1311 ixm i:iri iinik rvi nix - - w hviv. vwt wuiiifi! R t inner &m nf lliam i w Ijm Iraf) Our alplialxt is the leader in lsngusjfe they have none. Wa use mini . " -tticy only wood In China you tee eld Mm s wvi looking on with gravity Wt . U fice and leave the hair on the Lead r the head leaving the hair on the face. We J-f the inor.tb.cf tbt year JH'ir ki 1. " tat lhoio Slates must buy and raise that rupior of both. I'tclinp an oranga they turn the jw"y lo barbarian powers that live beyond ' vcyed us to Ashland ; but the proprietor wnt not! t-fv tbinif they have to sell, thus increasinr ; knife from them instead of towards them. ' Thatch 1 1 'Ti 1 u.n .... . I at home On hearing however, of our visit, wc r nn .it f 1 ti t .1 ... ? 1 1 .t 1 . . . . . . I And all Hit, bn 11 rrmemtumvl. ( iln unrtr r,r I . 1 , ... . . . . vftl in IOC i Cll WOUIU rtxluce Ihn unrr. 1 III an aiu nlln-lioni Ihrv rnnrr1-r n in hoihix-nr.l uAiiinra : ano lliese trained. ih it ill rlilm in I rnnl In nrrrrnn Kriitnruv flur L-iml hnti mn tame 01 an inc ianu, 1 iiiDerjixc. mine .vctL t n noiiie, iney Degm niiuo top 01 1110 root in-1 iwjwcr which call lurif ('I il ii 1 ( 1 it r reccivoi a mosi coruuu inviwtion to uuie nt asm Mwcynowalmojia total stranger to whole Coun, Menu 01 the raves I hey hanr- their feather it philanthropy , which boaaia there i. no alitcrv 1 . , '" a avialcl oursrlvcs, and s would be largely put in circulation . cvcr idowi instead of Mickintr it un They carve their on IJiiiish mi r.n.i; n n ' ! three full hours in very pleasant chat with A friend who has been off" and on a preat deal , ,no "J" cloud' 118 "unC ,or 8 w,,,le on de- mnusman. a rhm. ...A t,.. . .., i , r. -v cliitie of the mountain. While the autlior of - -t. n.ii,viM.iiviu tit,,., hum ,,iv racninn in -nr u h . . M..t.n.j .1 fk... i.n .nn ' Jr writini? hrrms at ih lift unA mvi hnn. e0 no heart conceived, and which no tontrue can I nta,.rihir .i il.. ...i, .-U a., 'adequately telL All the horror of war before known! w lnSen, who had been recently sentenced, step. nr Our ni t. hard .r iJ i .Ui ZZ ut bcird vt were mercy ,0 lbal ntw havoc. A torm P- forward and subbed Mr Lincoln with a work- li he taf 7, mt! n I u i J """"RVr- of umr.raal fire bla.ted ev.ry field, con.omed erery knife so severely that he died almott iattanily. A hnr St. ? , ht J PerPJ"j".,J'-, bouse, dt.troyed every temple. The miserable nf I Mr. L was a highly efllcirm officer end very heir books iiiu where OUrt end. ton habitants llinff from Hie flamint vill.f,.. m n,,i I. i' ?. ' -r . . J fe',"? ,S"' 4,1,V'n0nlU' tJ Tl!C i point of compass they reverse, U-gmnig al the j south, nnd jy W. S, instead of S. V. Ax l'or I mourn in i thev wear t-Air.nnd fallnu-inr n Mmu. i tunai, they run or walk last rind make all sorts . - .. . ' of hoiks, inrtt-fld of walking calmly and I i.. i lt ,Vn I pt, cn hit hill its without it, ll in nuitt na wo uo. inet-innrsc iu ixj poiuo : nnu io rvccivo rut. - 1 I . tolc familiar. The left is the teat (cat ot lienor.- The Chini&c wear no haU of furs, but nut them 1 . I. 1 w I II'' . 1 . . on their bodies, and uee tilk for their hiatU they j wear their stockinr C over their trowtcrs, luckinij ( the latter lundr, We drink tea with our mcalil and wi any th and with rugur and 1 cream they take it without I ,1 J.,i w.l ing else, ami no cream nnd nave our snoca well blacked Tho Chinese keens1 .... . . uie learner part oi Ins ralcctly white. We ring 1 I .i . . . - . . . i lx Hi by striking the inside thev bv the outside Wc look upon Christianity as the purifier of the meat before they cook it. They drink iheir wines and their water warm. Pricts stand in low esti mation and of Liwycrs there are none. tiIieeTsons! In allusion to tho weather, prospect of crops &c. the American says ; "The weather, that unfailing tropic of ordinary conversation, is, this year more than usually pro ductive of speculation as it varies from hot to cold, and wet to dry. Thus far, summer has been more capricious thou spring, nni witliju litilo hot mingles a great dt.il of cool weather. Indian corn, that lores sun, and delights in nights of sweltering heat, looks sad and sickly, of recent frost The gardens show iho presenco i nd nlthouch accordinirto las- Almanac, summer hns come, the wardrobes he, winter, masculine and feminine, arc still in plo of I nnt use. Tho ccrall and the crass, grains, however, wheat and rye, promise very well, and thrive in this cool moist weather. So, too, of tho fruits, which, though late, (especially strawberries) will bo abundant and out door work is pleasant to man in this cool, elastic temperature. The locusts throne all tho trees, and swarm in the long grass and their hum as of distant me chanician fills the air. Their exuvia or outer ease, (which looks like a complete and close fit- tine suit ol nrmor.) adheres to tho snot where the full formed insect emerged from iv-sometimes on a spar of grass, somtimcs by dozens, on the trunk oi a tree or hall way up a board fence, on which the yet encased insect hnd envied up, until tho precise moment when instinct with new life and powers, and abandoning its tenment, it could trust itself on filmy wings to a dew clement, a crcture of light and air. 1 here is a moral and a type in this, which can not escape the commonest observer, and which, every tree, docs indeed furnnish a sermon. The lifo of these mvtcnoui insects seems inno cent of the ravages so generally concctcd with the name of locusts. It seems, indeed, the per fection of tho dolce far nientc, liko the lazzaroni of Nnples, lolling in the sunshine, without any thing to do, nnd like too many of them, without any thing to eat : for it is not obvious that these locusts consume or injure any thing but sing or rather buzz, away tnctr time allotted portion of; hours, aud then fall to tho earth from whence they came to bo reproduced after a stated interval, a mystery and a morol, and withal a lesson with thoso who will npply it. INDIA. This U a fated land. From its first possession bv European power, it has been the theatre of fraud, rapine and blood. There is no crime in tho record of history so black that we shall not there find its parallel ; no sccno or butchery so desolating that uc shall not thcic witness its counterpart. Jndia has been visited by every evil which villany breods ; sho stands a living monument of the blackest op pression. Avarice plan'cd the European on her soil. He went thereto get money ; to get it fairly if he could, but to get It; by persuasion, by dexterity, or by plunder, lie succeeded. Hut theie mingled in af terwards the desire fur possessions for an exten sion of empiie; and then the Governments of Eu rope made it tlio tlieatro lor their political move ments. Chief was arrayed against chief, nation against nation, until weakened by divisions, and limited in resources, India fell an easy prey to Eu ropean atithniity. Yet what sacrifice of lifo was occasioned by this subjugation ! Myriads fell igno rant of the harm they had done. Nor was the con dition of India bettered in any way under this Eu ropean sway. The country was too extensivo the people too numerous to be governed by military force. The tame policy by which it was subdued was adopted to render that subjugation complete. One chief was made to chock another; and thus, by hostility set un foot, or a jealousy fermonted among them by the Europeans, was India made and kept a tributary. And how revolting cro the scenes which its histo ry presents ! Sometimes whole sections of the country were reduce 1 to beggarv. For months to- ..rj f ;! y.. ;! ? . t geincr, sua one laminar wiin us conunion in me last century, these creature of sufferance (the Kait Indians,) whose very excess and loxurr in their most plenteous days had fallen short of the allow ance of our (Engluh) auslsrol faau, silent, patient, resigned, without sedition or disturbance alnioit without complaint, peruhed by an hundred a day in mo streets oi Madras ; every day seventy at least laid their bodies in the streets nr on tho elacis uf Fanlore. and explicd In the cranarr of India. And then again, when some chief, bolder in heart and wider in view, aw that 'ho had to do with men who either would sign no convention, or whom no treaty and no signature oauld bind, and who were the de termined enemies of human intercourse iUelf,' and i iliereupon icsoncu -io pui perpetual ilciolalion as a barrier between mm anu tnoae against whom the faith which holds the moral elements of the world together, wa no protection,' with what a terrible vengeance did he execute hi purpose! Who doe not recollect tins determination of Hyder Ali, and the memorable burl of eloquence with which Mr. Uurke describe hi resolution, arid its execution: 'Having terminated his diaputes with every cue my and e cry rival, ho drew from every quarter dnnent in the arts of destruction; and compound n luipi pr ii virrt itB-rrwiiv tiiiiii mnn. in riivi n at rii. L. . . . 1111 ing all tho material of fury, havoc and deiolation ' I I J l . . . " . . . ' ' Mifu i-uui uun u (ne wiimc ui na ronlenli urwin tti nUi.. ru. f ... ni i kiiiicrniv ruirai m4 . i ,, i . . --H wv ptum u MIC Wllllll1b lie II r II" I tUd a tCtTit uf wn thst lil-. rf -UU UA I -t-l -A . : i were alaoghtered; others wiihoot regard lo i or ace. or tiie resrwet to. rank, or tacrednet of fune. tion, fathers lorn from children, husband, from I, " b .TV. , , "7, 'C . S wlvet. enieioped in a nhirlwind of caalry. and i '-y7b 3te, ,to bfl i called "U aihingtotna" amidst the goading shear of th dnrcr. and thota,vJ PfP'w with relormed drunkard enough to trampling ol hore, Here wept inio captivity, in immediately admit it into the Union the conjti an unknown and hostile land. Tboe who were , tutlon to inhibit the u:e of ardent tpantm the Btw Vr ta racip 'Se tesifttt, eitc ,ut t 'ti e'je S'i'e J'"1 ..wurd trt 7,11.. they fell into tho pains of fsmin.' 1"lfe "era the cil uhich plunder 'a heroic avarice.' at Ii ns c.tlrd. btuuchi umn it,.i u.i n , , "mu. U0J" ' rule, ;or lute tiirj ,i i... . , .. : . leucnea inco. MoJiUtM lhe ma be . i hrt ' ". ul,leitf Citortion.'lc'of a.lne,;",' r ii Lul po, , ,, , f , j f i Hi. rallowmc paracraph natiie ,0 .la,e. , .re ,e.td auch ; and If tlm of ,he niUon' ,n.J ,", 1,01 tlt ilteir iron avalaee, thcr are butchered b thousand .1 - t u the aanierauto which produced I of the Carnalir. anJ wlirh lml in 1,10 devastation hattle on iho Scind. It wa wrong ofihU ..V r," 'uetl ?!: u ? t'' ho diJ in .,:" ": ' : ,u " ,t",u,DU ,,S,CJ, " "T0 1,1 .'' Me of Cotnmona-if anr thina ' I.... i ,7 . iiiiiii iui uDiiiimun u iiiuni in i.nnnri run. ,,U. n .i f....i...: i i." .":;,' " ,i - '""""wt cAijiuuuit wuum uc E.ru lur MI' ties won, oer tin .ibuscJ ar.d oppreaseJ race 'Hut !itisnoto. Thn tilsin r lull ,,...,i nm alfied Hrtiuti ambition grasp at the mnun- ' . j kind entertainer, and three morn ngrccablo hours A Windfall. A poor widow In IJaliimorc, with wo never spent in our life. Mr Clay is 05 years thiee chitdron, ho had been discarded b her two 'of age, but might pass for SO, and will, in nil prob brothers, hat come to ll.o Inheritance of a larpo pari ability, be capable for public business till 80 piss lulVJ P?" ry.VVa,ufd V Ut h.lf ?. V1'"10." of ovcr h hrai'. ,f Clod spare him that long. His !: X?iCi wUn"TM Pj.- 4'Hican as they aro ge. i , -?---ti i - - - - j One Let.; Oarnt, of UbertT, Sulllva'a Count. has run away with all the monor he could ralie, taking the who and Uco chudrtn of his neighbor, lilam atron. lis has taken a load on his shoulder. Wc once ncarn oi a man who stole a saw-miil, Dut he repented aitor currying u a mile or two, and took It back again. Garret I some 40 years old ; his par amour vi, anu me ennaren 6 and 3. If, y. Tri bune. Don't Ask OuesUum ch,l,i ilive bodies lor instance . 'What docs cleave mean PaPa P 'It means to unite together.' 'Does John unite wood when he cleaves ill' 'Hem! well, it means to aepaiate.' 'Pa, does a man soparate from in ne wneniifj cleaves to her!' 'Hem, hem, don't ask so man fooliah qyesliun. child.' A Littlk Soui..In one of Dr. Jewell's 'IVmnnrnnc. t .tc .,i.i:.i.i : . -..w ... i,v. iiituuaiicu 111 IIIU A CJUIII'IUIICU Journal, a paper edited by the Doctor, we find the following; (tall - . I IIIWIIIV,! MllbllUAi.U IUI HUH U llll Mlb UIUIIM VI All men have souls ; butsomcaresmallindced'hntii.r whrilmr iho f!ti xoi larger than a small brass pin's small hcad,k,ot wo cannot say : but then wo arc sure she do ll wo mutt judge of them by outward nets ; rsovcsit. The topics of convsation were moral. 1- or, reader, I could give a score of facts religious nnd miscellaueous subjects ; und wc were I hat prove the soul of some veiiy small, glad to loam to our satisfaction that Mr. Clay was x ou 11 say they might as well have none nt all. a firm believer in tho Christian rcliirion that ho I've seen a wretch creep softly through tho door Of his sick neighbor, not to ask his state. Who, racked with burning pains, has scarco tho power To lift his head, pale trembling, for his fate, But, while nil eyes, save his with tears were wet, Approached his bed, and dun the man for debt. Now just put such a soul Within a small pipe bowl, And with our thumb the open space defend; In vain is all your care, You cannot keep il there: 'Twill makenturnpikoof the little end !" Woman's Sui-ckioritv That woman is tho superior to man, 'itwo to.one," is wittily establish ed by a fair corrwnoodonu. "Sophia" argues ; "Why term tho fair tho 'weaker sex?' (Afoul aspersion, falsely cast?) Behold, when worldly storms perlex, How bravely they can bide the blast! 'Lord of creation,' lower thy crest 1 Strive as you maydo what you can Woman with all her faults confest, Must still be double yod O man f'Post Activity, 'Don't bo discourared if vounrmm. fortunate nnd lying flat on your back. Hiso stand erect, and persevere m unmrilnnn- u run again .. you can i ao Deiter, but never yield to despondency. As last as you fall, spring to your feet again, and will always be hope. Lie sti I and lament that you are m tho ditch, and you hilt miHf roiniMnnr n rnnurr I T... 11 rr t . . . . cause rcjoicm; among vour enemies, nnd tm II -1 w , j mi vuuiuuii lias U'la-ziu ma luihuu buuiou iiu o, one will render you assistance. Dig out-work wc arc well persuaded, tho strongest candidate hard-persevere with a dtlcim .nation to earn a 1 yet presented, with tho main body of "tho democ cornfortablo living, and you shall havo it. Scores racy.n They did not liko his nullification ; but will fly to your assistance, who would help to tl,cy cnnsider all tlmt as past and gone; nnd thcr cover you with reproaches, when whining and la- W:e most of tho opinions of tho pulic policy, out inciting over your misfortunes. The whole secret 0f which his nullification irrcw ; while they nro of success in life is activity. To oction-to ne- vcry'strong-probibly unanimoi-in favor of the nun nnu you w in never ; see the day that you j need assistance, which will not be rendered in some shape or other. Activitv is the li fn nf tnnn it makes him for this world, to say nothing of the world to come. Portland Tribue. Wii iin mrin.i.i " X , , , i My that a notice has been issued, signed by one umns'onhe I ZZ , T.r ,hrUff ' "'i5 C.0'-! hundred and fifty persons, calling a puulie meeting Sln i , lhBmV'il h? 'P' for tho purpose of inviting Mr Calhoun to visit a to! leant i fl "l H5 '"P,"?"0" ' ,e Al ant,c la , that city The notice is stgned by men who have him floating in the atmosphere. He rays That his I ' thn l""" J""ocr.cy ... ihis country iSlT8, a?rorMa.,i,i3 , has convinced him j Thl) farc on ,J0 Hudson river from Albany to ftm wBi r m T '? rl"3 a" ,,mcS , New Vork, has been reduced to 50 cents. Pas inZ IV h ' W '' " Xeloay ft-T 7 10 i 0 : K f'om Boston to New York $4.50 by the w . J? -P J f?l Ur'-acc,.rd,nS ' ,ts be,8h.'. fromh j tern Railroad via Albany. CUTln : atlil hnvinfr dtrnvnrtA m fAmtwtmt-t .rk-.t I will render silk or muslin Jttipervious to hydro gen gas, so that a balloon may be kept afloat for many weeks, he feels confident with these advan1 tages, that a trip ncross the Atlantic will not be at tended with as much real danger ns by tho com ford Village. All uniform Companies who have mon mode of transition. the the spirit of '76, aio cordially invited to meet 'The balloon is to be ono hundred feet in diam-, at the inn of J. learned, on the morning f the etcr, which will give a nett ascending power of 1 1th at 0 o'clock a m. to join in the celebration. twenty.fivc thousand pounds, being amply siffi-'The exercises will 'close with a Afilitary Ball in cient to mako every thing safe and comfortable. 1 the evening, A sea-worthy boat u lo be used for the car, which ' . is to be depended on in case the balloon should) County Couvciltion, iWrwocrarie 1 happen to fail in accomplishing the voyage. The A Convention fur tho purpose of nominating Sen boot would also Iks calculated upon in case the mm. f,.r il.i. rouniv. will be held at li. II. Hand' regular current of wind should be diverted from 1 the course by the influence of the ocean, or thro" I P,hcr "UKS- The crew to consist of three per- ons- v'z- an aeronaut, a navigator nnd a scientific rden ofthe Stale Prison Killed by a Prisoner. Yesterday i.fternoon about oncbalf lh.AreOC,0ek' n,CO n'-be W Brdof the CharleMown, Mass, Statu Pnton, was tbow Ink tome visitors oyer the Prison, a convict nam Fi'lHi lire iK Jiiic A ...l : "V'.l, r J i , iiiu.u tisiivcwu us a iii-iu 4'utivn j imes June IU. Mil. CLAY AT HO.MK. The Western Christian Adccte, one of itw or Cn of the Afcthoxlist Kptscupal Church, in ihllh cl weekly at Cincinnati, lit Kdilor lia recently listed Kentucky and, fiom an ln'oicllii" account of hi Jotmcy, the United Stale Catena n tracts conccrninc tho cieat nun household affair. ' A person who er to many newspaper a tin ' ftjitor ricimnj;e Iim rumtilira, could scaicrly vis- it lyiinclnn ttillinnl innLin" inmn innnirv rnn '. cerninr Alshati 1 nnd its propriUer. It luptwnij that our well tried frend, brother Rfcoinh, wns be long and intimnto friend of Mr Clay. Their I nniiiiiinm nco wns ltirmrd whrn lh lormrr I raw I- I . t . a . . leu lunviiic circuit in 18IG. who. bv his naivcr- i- , t J . i . . "" rIwli,l('nfC, cogent reasoning, an 1 ovew helm 1112 Scrinturn. authorities, e-avo n dmth blow to 'ho rifoof Arinnlsm of that country, which ilire.il pent our ai aaauaapji iimu uiinntvitUi (IU ti7ltil il l itv. il v Pue-ns Honesty and .conscious hdclity to his ! ,r"s,: scc;ncu to us to have taken deep porscsaion 1 01 nis minu, anu wc believe governs his heart tte i closely engaged in his duties as a l.iwyer, nnd docs not forget his farm, which is in milium , bio order. His houso is plain indeiil, and his im provements around it consisting of grass lawns, nnd rows of shade trees planted by his own hands are in a good tasto, nnd in complete keeping, with his republican principles and manner of Iifo Atiu men nirs. day is more man n pattern sue is an exact model for all tho ladies in the land. i She ininutelvsunerintcndsall her household alTairs . Her Hula green house, nnd collection of flowers shrubs, nro most tasty nnd well selected. But her 'butter - yes, her buttcr,(for we cat some of it) is s"Perlor- 1" rom her dairy, conducted under her ' eye, she supplies tho principal hotels of Lexing I - , .- -. II I ' . I .1.1 ? nd it is no small glory to her, that her son . Thomas showed tho other diy, tho suit which his I mrttfint ttnrnlintrwl lif him if tilt flm ni'fllll f1 ior read his bible, nnd attended with his excel lent la dy nnd family, tho Protestant Episcopal Church in Lexington, and freqvently hears minister of other Churches." JCJThr! Locofocos of New Hampshire held a Stnto Convention last Thusday and nominated John. H. Stcelo of Petcrsboro' us their candidate for Governor. Tho message o( C3ov. Iluhbard to the Legislature was delivered on tho same day and he declined to bo a candidate for another elec tion. Hubbard made a most ferocious nttnet upon tho present Tariff in his message and the Locos of the Granite State generally take strong ground against protection of kind. MR. CALHOUN IN NEW-ENGLAND. Tho Journal of Commerce has been told by an active member of tho Loco-foco party in Connect icut, "that tho impression among his friends of Mr Calhoun arc now in tho majority there, aud gaining rapidly, and that the same is true of New Hampshiro and Maine." A gentleman similar ly situated with regard to a flairs in Illinois, on hearing the remarks of Connecticut gentleman, responded, "tho same state of things exists in our Slate." Wc daily meet with additional evidence of the strength of Mr Calhoun in the Eastern States and particularly in Connecticut. All this confirms us ,,0 opinion expressed in tho early part of this month that "in tho East, Mr Calhoun is stronger ,ban Mr. Van Buren, with tho body of the demo- cratic party; and in Connecticut especially, where ... .. 1 f- r-iu.. i. ..., v. : Whig doctrine of one term only in I, This verv doctrine, bv tho wav. is the residency e most lor inidab'c obstacle every where, in our judgement, to the succcs of Mr Van Burcn." ...M.i.t. ' . ' ...i. (Z Calhoun in Ohio. The Cincinnati Chronicle Celebration. The Walingford Cadets will celebrate the coming Annivnrsarv of American Independance al Waling Inn M ih Jih da of Jul next, at lOo'clock.a. m. i h, order ofthe count committee, I A. I3UCK, Chairman. I'ittiford, Juno 20, 1B13. Mr. C, C, DtRtcioa will deliver a lectujc on the , mbject of Slarrry, at the Jlaptut Meeting Hue , vl,sei on Tuesday the lock, p. m Allareinviteiito ' ' ,. 7th int. attend. imiCHTON MAUICET Monday, June 12. At market -100 Heef Cattle, 20 Cow and Calves, j GOO Shtep.and 610 Swine. l'rice.-lleef Cattle Tlie price obtained .att week were not ostined. Pint oulny 6.S5 Second quality, 1 75 a 5 W). Thud qushty $1 00 a 1 15. I Cow and CaWes-Frcm l I to f 27. Sheep,- From I 75 to 2 25. Swine. Lou to peddle al i 13 for tow, and 6 I 2 for barrow. At JtUtl to 7. ( Woou We h no nuteru. change tc OCJiee -cj a -.t r t 'sr W Alt It IE In thl tnn, e-n the 20th in.t, It. J M. Rcl w.xxl, II lMrr, Kq . merclnnt, nf Klnmn, Ohio, li Ml Mai C. Orc., d.nrgbtarof Sart. ucl (itijc. nf ihi Unra OXSD. " In Wet Itaten. April IT, Toll Stetena, only child of Kolllnand 1'. A. Ititcheoe, aged 7 moik arw) S3 thyt. At hi reiMence In Atlalrtllt-j.Iannininty.Ki. on lha 15th Match lt,of ptilmor.arr roMuanpUon Albert A. Tanner. Fire Jnsurncc. rP)IK annual mretiw- of iho Ituiland end Adrfl on .Aotual Tire lniuranco C'ompanr Will bet holden at tlin (lffirn of V. June, In Ilramlorr, In ifw roiinly of Holland, on Wednctda the SUi day of July next, at one ti'rWV In the afloinoon, for the luroe of chnoint a board of Director, I'rrrMent. Secretar) and Trnaiuter for tho rear mitulng, and for in-iliinR ihn neerMaiv asiesimenu for tho past year, llj ordet of the Uitertor. E. JUNK, Secret!. Ilratiilnn, Juno 12, IB 13. 25:9(1 Farm for Sale. rpiIII aubarribcr olTur hi Farm for (tie contain ing ll'J acres, lying In I'liuliiiey, two mil north of tho tago road IcnditiK to Catlleton, On said firm are two cood dwelling lmue,li well wa tered. anil ffi hrntmlit In iIia Am.r it l. I... a. it jfjood urthard, I in cood repair, and well adapted u Rrn. i-irstion win o given now or next apilnif. For luither particulars, and confir mation nftho above, please call, examine, and In rpjiro of tho subiciibor. , . CALIF Ml'KKOK. roullney June 21, 1813. SS:a. WE the subscribers, being appointed bv the Hon Probate Court for tho dUtrlctofFalrhaven commissioners io receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons agalntt the citato of Jonathan Stawson, late of IlulltrJltn in said district, deceased, represented insolront, and also all claims and demands exhibited In ofTet thereto, and atx months from tho 7lh dny of June, lust., being allowed by said coutt for that purpose, wo do therefore hereby give pollco that we will nttend to the business of our said appoint mont al the dirolling hnuio of Joseph Worcester, in Sudbury on the Sid day of July next, fiom one o'clock until five o'clock, p. in. on laid day. J. T. Nichols, Naiiam Clark, Com'rs. Sudbury, June 17, 1813. State of Vermont ) 13 K it rememberod District of Tairliaveii, ss. - tlmt at a probata couit holden at Castlctoti within and for said district on the I9ih day of June, A. I). 1813, Piusent A. Warner, Judge. Abigail Ward.adiuinistralrlx ofthe estate of Loren zo Ward, late of Poultncy, in said district, deceased, pioposing to render an account of her administration of said estate. It is ordered that aaid account be received and examined for allowance on tho 'Jd day ofAugu! next, at the probate office In said Cistlelon, and that thia order hcptihlished3 weeks successively picvlou thereto, in the Itutland Herald, n newspaper prlntod in Itutland, which hlinll ho sufficient uotlco to all porsous intcieslcd of iho time and placo of examin ing said account. A true ropy of record. '-'. '7 II. K. LANOnON, llrsiiter. Vf k tho subscribers, being appointed by the Hon T T I'robatu Court for tlio district of Itutland coin missionersto receiv',cxainino nnd ndjuat all claim and demand of all persons against the estate of Stephen Stafford latt of Waltmgford, In said district, doceum-d, represented insolvent, nnd also all claims und demands oihibited in offset thereto, nnd mi months from tho 2d day of May inst, being allowed by aaid Court for thai pur poso : o do thereforo hereby give notice, that wo will attend to the business of our said appointment at tho dwelling houso nf idow Hachael Stanford Jn W allingford, on tho firat Monday of July and Octo berjnext, from 10 o'clock, n. m. until o'clockdp. m. on cacli of said days. S. M. EnorRToN, Itoni.iso.f Hall, Com. allingford, May 17, 1613. 25;27 Slate of Vermont, ) 13 K it remembered that IJutiictof tairhaven,ss. J x- at a probate court held at CaMlnton u-iilil,. nn,t f. ,t....: the Mill day of June A, I) 1813. . , . 1 resent, A. Warner, Judge, r.. Allen admlnNirninr nf ilm r i..,.. .cteen, lato ofl'awlet In aaid district, doceised, having petitioned aaid court in writing ffor licento iu tmi so mucu oi me real estate or said deceaied as will raise thu sum of Sr.oii (nr ilm ntm..,i nr ,i,. charges of administration; scttinj forth the chargea ufadimniviratlon to bo $570 00, and not sufficient personal pioperty to pay tho amo. It is ordered that tho hearing and deciding said petition be at a session of said court to be hold en at the probate office fn said Castlcton on the 12lh day of June 1613, and that notice of said potition be given to all persons interetted by pub lication of this order llireo iiecka auccesiivcly pre vious to said hearing, in the Itutland Herald, a news paper printed in Rutland. A true copy of record. 25 27 Attest, 7). V. LANODOV. Slate of Vermont, UK it remembered District of Kairhavcn.ss.l that at a probata court holden at Castleton,wiilnn and fur said district, on tho 27th day of May A. 1). 1B13, I'rosenl, A, Wamer, Judge. O H. Dascom and S. II. Ilascom, administrator of the estate of Dora Uascom, late of I'awlel, in said district deceased, niih the reversion of the wid ow's dower, for the payment of the debt of aaid estate and chsrges of administration: setting forth tho debts against naid estale and charge of admin istration lo be about 3u0,()0 and oot suflirlent perainal prupeilvto p.y Ihe same. It is ordered that the hearing and deriding aaid petition bo al a session of asid court to he holden at Iho probate office in said Castlcton, un the 12lh day of July, 1813, and that nolicu of naid petition b given to all persons interested, by publication of this order three ti rek aucccasirelr pretioua to aaid hearing, fn the Rutland Herald, a newspaper printed in Itutland. A true copy of record. 25-27 Attest, II. V. LANCDO.V, JltgtHer. ConHumptlon A' lAvcr Coutptnhit. DltTAYLOhV.S IIAWAM OK I.IVKHWOKT, From 375 Ilovtry, New York, JOR the cure of cnuyhs, colds, catanh, asthma, soreness of the chest, p. in In the side and breast, raising of b'.ood, lAver ('otnpluints, Jlronchl tis and all Ihuse afTections ofthe throat and Iin;, which are a aouice of so much suffering, and, unar rested, so often terminate in Cosm iir-no-i this remedy is highly and justly dlsllnculkhrd. It is purely tege'.ablc, mild and gentle II its ciTecta upon Ihe atstem, and can be taken In the most dtlicat cues, with safety a licit is utility. I'hysiciar., snare of l n-.ediral properties, and mtnessliig It eiTecl even in extreme, and In some instance, p. pirer.tly almost hostess cjses, often prescribe it in Iheir practice, loth as a palliative and a remedy, and with the medical Faculty generally, it has met with great approbation. For a common Cold and rough, iht is one of the vers; lest lemedie crer discovered. Jv U. There is a spurious and counterfeit artl fie afloat, and lately introduced into the countrt, thirefore be careful In et the genuine, which I fiom 375 Ilowery, Ji. Y., and Is Ur U al the Rut hind Hookstore by JA'S V MILTON; K. Jamieson, Castlelorr, A. Aden, Fairharen, Noyt ii Harris. Kast l'oultney: Doct. E. Vail. Middle-own. Ssm'l JirwDsnid. ;r iva'linginio, mtciicnc ft, ."loigsn, CdrcnducSp . L Wis;. Irs, Soog ii Hutu, VrriHr' sjtt 'bt e 25 Jy