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I7NI0N. THE CONSTITUTION JtN 1 TH E LAWS THE (J U . R I 1 4 N 8 OF OUR LIBERTY. Vol. WKD.M:iDAVt DKIOnCC llf, 1MB. o. 131 1. THE'IIANTLE OP L07E. I ih. i..'-"a. ilia, von tilj bur e a e.tin manii. '.:..: "'..Kh Caroline MwnsonSad nn UMjr.-eirhioieJ Cdy J TIK..!ry. lookitg p anxiously into her i...h r, fare -he spoke. - Di J you n nk 1 1 Lnw (Irraiil it WM. and I tow Lf iunh.Hr il w-rirJiiiSiftl wiih C'P J fr r! .he udJrJ, finiling hf r p4rr nt JiJ nn'ilr. ' - T 3 e truth. I tm.k no noure or r Motri4n !fe; my tliwjhu wers Khi murk t rMd by Ui eooerti.tion I i.l.Unt wi.li ,rr mottier, Mr. Thoruley iuai!e ai; er. Perhap. Kn.i-, 11 atll iHlllillilll ft I It if at renruirlifull v ' you w-er ao Like 11 uptruh your aumin tinn of the mantle, that joo did not listen 10 t: wae it ro? Emily bluaked aail liuig down bur beaj. M I feared aa much," the l.ndy wumfd. - Now my. dear, I ntut av that I'think yon would bae b en bet-, irr rinjufje-i in iipicuiig n n. mum.- .. hemiuni of ihe good effrried by the 1 .1 f lilfa t 'o haol ahe ha Opened for lh poor of the tille.ihan obeiing enher f,iJ, if,;, inherent element-he la!M-r. tcsture or lh triimnuil of a inanile. j fUl wlitn j eMi me ra pUVt it " now yoa remind me, mamma, I jtl. abor an j lDOf earoei,iy anj f,j,'hf0. d irtfinciii!eraIIbo.itii;butIwaitl.mknijf y j,e perform it Nothing would ji.t new how mueli I nhould like to thaitge ihe liabita of Ihe rhild at he ad a u k, a mantle, and I forgol for the uw :Tailcra j iltf ttl the unaound and ae. iBenl. -Thia ia proof tlint' tuck frin.lout iningfl oerupy ytnr inouj:nia 10 u.e einu- jivheii he ia made to Miere and feel that' rion of auhjeeta of utility." ! whatls called woikiidwitrneefulerutigeiv No, mammai one maMihii kofnne'f be ehangea h-s useful eroploymcota dress someti nes; and yon know that yon ff ,uiift 10rfe ra inj. bowling, spar were so kin l as u ay thai yon would rinir. billiarda. or some oilier utele-a form lake me wtik yon to town lo-morrow for 0f miing up bis time, and of obtaining that the purple of ,buyi.g something of the a,.n f rhyiel and mental exeercise laid lor autumn. . M 1 did, my dear, and I do not intend to disappoint you of a witable dress for the reason: but you mul remember trial jir. Morrison is more wealthy than your papa, and can alT'-rd more expensive dress for j lit daiijfl.trr. . j "Oh, I don't thin! Mr. Morrison is ve- ry rifb, mamma, though Caroline an lf urgwte always noiu ineir neau p uign- er man any oie eie, rmuy murjuwru. 3iir tucy will worK. II taught mat use Caroline wouU eearceJy notice me l'f l .bor i's dUrenuiablc, the y teilt' seek day, because I was not so sma'l aa she wj biiu wit t iiuiiiu jnj 111111:11 line w nae suen a nianue, 11 11 were oiiiyjusi 10 snow ncr anu ncr eisier ntai you can i- ford to dress me as well a their pupa and mamma can dren them. That is an uuvvorihv motive, Cmily; and you certainly do not advaire your own interest by such a p'ea." Mis. Thorn ly observed. "I wis acrrv to find that your thoughia were s. much taken tip by a tri lie that you could feel no interest in me bencvoiem cause which lormru we , ti,or, producing simeuiing rewiiv va suhjert of ronvcr,iiioii; but I am Mill Ju. ble 10 the win Id, and adding to the pe more grieved to diroecr that ihe wUh to ' nPta gt(rk of coin furls or embetlilimenis rival your frieiul was stronger titan your , 0f ife. Fashionable sport, or the dainty admiration of lite artirlo in question." j phyeical liibor of conreited t'andies vitiates Well, ma'inm i, but every body mi j ihe'msi lves, and while il does the woild how proud the Micse Morrison are." j nn gj, jt produces positive harnvby in " I never observed it; a..d I am of opin-j pi,jng tie Voomt with a distale for usef.d ion that your everybody consist ol some : f mploymeiu This begets idlenes, dis fe envious girls who,, like yourself,! nation, gamblinff. and theft, even to en- E uilv, have the desne, without "o ... ... 1 ... .1,!... ... I . , m nniiulnllMl ' llldlll, Ul llldfclllg .11111111 UJA iimiii v. Oil no; indeed I do assure yen it is so, mamma." Well, we will not dispute thf matier, my dear;, but I should like to see you pos sessed' of a tit a 11 tie which would become you better than tint one Miss Morrison had on to-day." ' You mean something plainer and more durable, mamma? " I mean something more durable, Kmi ly; but one w hich would be at the same time more beautiful." 'lite little girl looked astonished " Vh;i I ran be more beautiful than that richly figured satin?"' she intenogated. V The mantle I refer to," the mother resumed, " would make you appear more attractive than the richest satin could do ; and it would ai the same time afford you nn ro pleasure than, the ungenerous and unaniUble gratilicatioteof competing with your friend. I allude lo the Mantle of Charity or Love." Kmily looked iliscon ceiled. " I his manile," continued Mrs. Thomley, would lead vou to rental k the estimable qualities of lhoe around otiaihcr than their fairings; and as it is mueli more gratifying to the feelings to contemplate that whicli excites our admi ration, than those aciions which arouse resen mem or indignation, you -wOuld yourself be the gainer by ii."" UtH we cannot avoid seeing people's fauhs when they aro so very obvious," Emily interposed. " They may not be so very obvious to one who is not predetermined to observe them;: of which a convincing proof has this morning been given v- I saw not the slightest indication of pride in Miss Mor rison' demeanor; but on the contrary, observed with great pleasure the lively in terest she evidently takes in the plans of bcuevolence her parents are executing. It is most probable that this circumstam e was the real occasion of her seemingly distant manner towards yourseif. Thus you see, my dear girl, I who was looking tor her good' qitalme readily discovered s"" .v..., viciu.Kiii. I'icm; whikt you, Laving your thought lu'.l if en-y. cot smly faded to te what j boi? It it ror.g ..d i.iistunl to be idle, J Cicy .ig opinion'. (If f tl.e pr!y as J J J;af len g'tM...; nor fs he pe was truly e.lun.Lle, bulcommilirJassrijor i.e-Y rmj ! yrcj .1 1 a Ul on rs-jakrp'ic.d, aud aco.brr, t ikb. a .fwrr-iiLfJoiMetcaCulJ.ul:Uh Ri:ial.J f it,..!!.) imu fie fit" .utM m ...if. i 1 1 l.t it wl.r a,....! I ti..n.l unf .f iY.m "kiii.at ari nil. - r iVir.t...! 1.1m. Iir if .1 1ft 1 Mot.ld feaif " w J wis ittMe rooimclii on ike wTjih lirh ' uwcd Ler conduct. Now, bih 1I.11A ! y dented pleasure front Mi Monison'a ptrenrr h was ad-i mi"-1?. ho were c.-oJimnii.g r j Bdj iniwcred by flood f p. nitcn U'M lff. " ' 'h' J0" to J rhild, ' nl lo l loo hMtj m yew cen-urfV ihe mot' er resumed j fr where jiu are iml "pause 01 wrmin a eorrcrt jti.igneni 01 mmiet orrltoni of o !irr, it w Ut Iff ft m oiylie tide f charity, by kirh n;eanyuuuiay ioid'ioringyouf Wlow ctr jnire. and at tlie unie time ff'ra ymsr- If a smiiiatiu for hich no nulero If a graiitieatio for hich no null silt fw:!mg can eompesiiitf. 1 LABOR A XECEITY AND Ll.Tlf. Man ia by nature a bring i l I .!r. aj ,,,. icaj cnjiio. w . .n.-A ,a uut, ,UIi ),. fulfil. ,; flcmy, aiU oev Ihe law l WII!0Ul llt AlmoM tooi 4 . . . . . ..... if hi U'inj. -1 l'ir flilkl nn nisi iir had. it t,i.rini tn h:iJaw cureeil puMie tent men! which u iileidia-H giacoinhe perxpiring biow of labor. j ,;r, ilt niinl and body murt bare, or heroine imber ile. Thus the young man OUrya the ins.inetaof his nature to work: bm ie jors like tlie cailey s!ae, in oc cupation thit debase the mora!, ente am rontract the intellect, and da neither hiuiM lf nor the world any valuubU scr vii.P, . w,,j moU e shut out the lifihl of ,a from the young a to deprive them ol ..jM,r!i of qiicstiginhla moral trnrJeney on Winn, o uorii on ineir surplus iiiainy an,j muacular cue ev, and tlie world as we ai themselves are deprived ol all the nut-fulness which so much wa-te-l labor n'irlii have nrodueed, I.:ibor ia a na'tiral institution, and is .iin rtg the greatest blcsrines of man. It were better for the affluent, tlie form, inie. or unf'oruinale inheritor of millions in view of iheir own personal welfare, to BpCnil a considerable portion of eveiy day abe ,,e mjr( roor t0 ,,. t,e sport :ind dissipation of the tirh. Labor is an effort of the mind and ex ercised to produce some uself reult. It i valuable wholly for its benefit to sen tient beings partietilnry to the human race. Nearly all that is produced by la bor is the result of the industrious toil' of about one half of the race; the balunee are mere consumers drone-bees in the hire of human eocietv who nrev nnon the nrodurts ofindnsirv less,,, the aUreate products ol iniluairy. lesson the gBrreate of laimnn coinloit, and do little or nothing to compensate society for their sii'tenance. It is therefore not only unnatural and dis honorable to live a life of useless unpro ductive existence, bnl it is social robbery; piracy upon the products of the industri ous world. No person has a right to live without a valuable contribution-lo the ge neral stock of mind, moral, er money The world supports him, and he gives'il in return the efforts of his mind or muscles in the production of the useful and the true To refuse lo do this i. in a moial noint of view, robbery. The idiotic, the -...1 ,1,- :-.i 'a- ...c,i.!.- none other Ifrmurhiv. nnrse-nrond man would IiIhIT Ul I1I1IIIDII T B I .'111 IIOIV . irinlti- an,i ..i.o.;l nn.l apnl- n,n il .nn.K;nli:. ' .1 i it,. f.,r' matin,, and developement of organic life. are all" specimens of incessant industry rvolv.n re.li nf nmninni,,. imnnriance. Shall a part of the noblest of God's work, man. be the only exception to this great law of industrv? Shall eaith. air. and sea.be inftie.ct'of life. sciion unmitigated action, and every spe iwries of animal, from i he animalcule to tbe elephant, exert an eat nesl industry, and m:.n, hsvine more limits mail uny aiMin.n in iir... c, either loo proud or loo indolent to wants than any animal in existence, nc wor doforiganic and inorganic matter, and ponmng wnn u.e oeu u. joroan. .. - - - --." . . Dtlllocr .. of ,i.e carry out as he should do. the indications m ravine-whirh again seem, lo rorrespond lately deafened by the huzzas of he mul-1 Liu le Kock ( A kan a.) Democrat of the thus wnten in the p.aerical langua8eofac with the Wady hi Jeib or ravine w.th.n tttude.smk lo iKdeptha the.r inl.imy de- 1 G V'l of ".iarriiotv cor.tinnes 10 lion, useful, laborious, universal action, the 1 mine at the south, eml of the sea. lie- ma.nl. h ts the names only of tbe tru- I he tide o f emigr atton JJ race of idler and non producers would, 'tween the Jabok and this sea, we unex- ly eood that become household words, poor through our city wuitiwaru anu wr.s race 01 niters ami non prouueen wi iiu, , ,ir....i.i 1 ,1.- .,..: r, ward wit 1 increasim volume. The rush by reformation, cease to burden and die pectcuiy lonira a auuoen oreaa-oown ... . .u n.Cn ..,.,. ........... , Throuuhottt the day ' . . . '.i u.i r .... ! If ik. K. . . mi. .Iicinni ennnlripa s,n, rninin Hire, thev t IS iretneni.ous. 1 iirouguoue ine uay "e? ea"1' .a,UW . " "I6 ! ' : romi ne moral worth witirih he ! from eatly dawn until late at nigh.. wom nnon. ne wics ami wiuus, cici-,""-.... . .... . . . r. .. r,.,.i. r.mi ,n rnr. .-... a v.. , -J. " 4. j Ji truly K i!ifrr fl, Tto-9 Ibe DtonT I.r;iu-r. pay the arc.'AMt. - I V iai;i:MSrJ a uI ni l aik Pminlv tufri un -1 k .1 ! lustnirJ iha nri-wiiy t f a urirj obrr ....... .. I .1 " r . . I 1UMTT-)"'Y" jbiv ih irjnnninu pUreJ at the head thU ur.'wle. A por ntHianw ai;h a latve farai y ci.Ur.1 on l.i wealihy em' iljer frtr parroeiit b i rrrrirr. I0114 ' since rendered! but the liner renulwd the hungry man wiih a ld pioiui,; wiiting. a ureal deal that is mtcrrsni.g made probably to be broken, to - pay it' migM be said. A of Irttets i oficn mum.- .n.,t" r.M...i ...1.,..; k., '..-.run. .i. .uu,l. n.iii.i.. -1 need li e moner verv muck imw. I ; promweJ Ui pay Mr. today, for oft. 3 c!sh sadU . Feneca wrote in prai.,!"' 'emptwhHU me name or renegade some bacon I k,.u;ht of him in Augul.:orpfeity..na'u!.ef.rtmedofsolidgold, !ft.fP,rr l u,krJ CVfn amrtnC " and itnless I gel the inney of y.u i harej with. two unSIiiM.s of ound let out at j ' urti lhemsele. s. l'rrtbUrLit. no means of fulfilling niv oroiuifr. and 1 turr. Sterns was a teiv tellith man:! " " am assured too ilut if I di not pay it. he will warrant me for the amount." " Hm I just tf'J you," replied the wealihy man. "that it was not altogether con ve-' nienl lo pay you to-day; and I m ill have you lo underrtind beside that if I am to be dunned and tormented for the pitiful sum of trq or twrUe tiallars, jui as if il were as tntny ihoa-amls. I'tlmll hereafter eek worKWien les likely to annoy me on e- ry public twasion, aa yoa seem todeihij in domg. Alter the delivery of this rather brwqrtt speech the offended gentleman turned ab ruptly upon Ins heel and left the disap pointed iiiti-hanic gazing niter bi n in si lent abstraction, musing douhdess on the loss of so ntee a patron, the probable pleasure be should hae of entertaining the rons'ahle iu a day or two, and the en m fori to l e found in a compliance with the requisitions of a topla ad talijacien- (turn, to say nothing of the cries of bis half starving children at home! Now this poor mechanic could barely make nut lo support his family comforts My. II it labor was their food and raiment, and a hi-never payment for tlie one wa withheld, the other as a necessary cone quence weie denied to his family. His labor is his stork in trade, and prompt payment his profits., without which he would become a lax upon the parish. To withhold il therefore is not only a private wrong but an imposition upon the public Rut the cryinjr injustice of refusing lo dicliarce an obligation tuns sacred is rcn dered doubly intleril! w hen, ss in this instance.' insult is added to injury" the insult of a haughty demeanor, and of an insi'lt'M threat ol withdrawing a pa tronage which am man of spirit, under the cirrumstanee, would be degraded in reef ivin-j. It is not an unusual occurrence that thi very sensitive class of eenilemen. nfter getting in debt to honest hard-work- nti mechanics, carry titer custom to oth er Minps without the lormaiitv ol a ter rible "threat; because when diry are already in debt many of them are not quite barefaced enough to ask for additional credit until they have dischaigcd existing obligations. This is loo had, and yet ilj ii greatly preferable to the p-ilroinzing hanttur we have noticed. j 11 !.! i..i!nl. fit. ..).! ntnnl tin. a . n nf: ii mm m ii. iv i-iiiiiiu iiiutr. mi; uji vij the gentleman whose conduct wc repro bate, we hope he will believe us when we assure him that our censure is not meant personally for him. With the parties in ! that transaction we have nothing al all loj do;, but the transaction itself served to; :ii : :i I. .!...:. ::i ..l.t..l ... .,L ,1,1, ' ' i"' whi,h' "s PnbIip Ja,is, we had a, ri'',,' lo avail . U " m'r l!u!' ' u ,,.,,,,;, dtbcll.trt urerbos:'l pmctre xiiojrcitt ei aiueiinrt vperoos. and we sh ut not cease to discharge a. J 1 "13 . To al) delinquents therefore we say pay die mechanic promptly. THE DEAD SEA. TIiaoA ta-1t. infllina 1 ttlw-AP ll ills Shrill ture account of the fa.e of the Cities of- the Plain, will do well to read L ent. Lynch's accoMit -f his exploration of ihej Dead Sea. He thus winds up his ae count : 1 The bottom of this sea ronsitts of two 'submersed plains, an elevated and a oV nresd one: ihe last averaeinf ihineen." l .t 1 the former thirteen bundled fret below iho surface. Through the northern and lrg est and dee neat one. in a line corres - ; T.I. .t l I ol the sea. accooipa characters, ihere can scarce be a doubt ht the whole C.hor has sunk from some .fx-irao.din.rjr convulsion-, preceded most 1 probably by an eruption ol hre and a ge- "al conflagration of tho bitumen which i abounded in the plain. I shall ever regret that we were not authorised lo explore j the southern Ghnrto ihe Red Sea. All ' our observations have impressen me lor- I ..ii.lv with ih ronviciiiiii that the moun- tains are older than ihe sea. Upon oursrlus, the result is a decided . v..,.,.. , - h - jone. We entered upon this sea with eon HIV iinw "I'll on- -- C 1 iini aviiii 1 1 tr a etiiVinii rrtNin i iir itifiiiiir v ill vtiini iiii-ii it a ra i .-.. w. ! Af!tl"B!v-i!-Tclositii(f:ukw, - ' . - " r - - iil'l-iiub'ti M'lttAtn, r are t.nnniKua is il.a trtih f f ill? rumirtii a of ilse n-np-' U11A jM-rvui.t f Ike dt t :r.:ciii n of t!e 1 i t.i rf t!.e I"l4io. Kery iLing the tea and li e sid la u:e Viule 'kui JorAiti. we ImIm te in be iisHv efi:ie.J by m ..! r i.tiE lreiwi'fi.rft.t flf Ranlnw Of the ,tU .w of ai.tl.wa t.i on-i life, of their ,h'l , ro ,, r!,",, J? luhwt, un'itei,!iMioi1wi.tiiiM-iriv,ii'i rei.er.'t.e. lli'iui.i..tii HeJ wu!nlHe disr Saved in tlieirj" , . "T I 'ir,i ' u the other a Iwium nature. Thee two yet 1 aritcr iimn e'.If J r pnlis and chaiit v. Sir hwnl Sie .V role excel-, lently well on tmf rutire, when he was sober. JJr. Jh!himii a eys on miiite net were adi;ru!de; clhisVou lte.;cnsed himself at length, and his reply sir !' and Vou dou'l understand the que, lion, sir! were too eominoii ch.iraru-ns lies of Ida ciilluuui. lid uni Ilr. Sheb-i beare were both peii.ionrd at the same tide. The repot 1 immediately dew. that jcrl a powerful influence upon ihe dura-, tune by raisinf vegetables. He sells mel ius king had cnio.i.-J two bears, a he- imn of this confederacy of Kcpublic; at Ions at lo $1 apicre, potatoes at tli bear and a she-bear. Yomig. whoe ;,ed to ihe Union, and to the whole per 1 00 pounds, and every thing else in eloomy fancy casl such sombre tinges on , Union; and ait ched equally lo the pt inci : proportion. life, was in society a brisk, lively man, ue nf frceilom and to the ronMitution by Of all the fruitful sources of industi eornmually ptiiing bis hearers with pue w hh-h these are gnarded and secured : j w Inch flourish now in San Francisco, that rile unr. Mrs. Carter, fresh fioiu the ! ahoulJ the lime ever come as I Irust it of gambling exhibits ihe'rankrtt lua sicrd.darkgiandeurol the Night Tlioughb, !tirill not and come w hence and why it'rianee. Faro, monte and roulette, nightly expressed her amazement al his flippau' may when dissolution shall find udvo invite the curious and ihoiightlers, in biil cy. .Madam,' said he, there is mncli c.teo.sm) thehnml of violence shall attempt liantly lighted saloons. On the tablet aie difference between writing and Ulking.' ; to-mer the bonda tlutt hold us together, beapsof gold, amounting from fifty to one Tbe same poet's favori'tj theme was-the ie Wetl will rite up as one man, to stay t hundred thousand dollars. In one in iiolhingiiess of worldly things his favor a deed so fatal to the cause of liberty, here stance, as our informant atMiie us, 3tt, ite pursuit wua rank and licltc. Had and throughout the world aye. and it 000 was slaked and wen on a sigle card! Mr. Carter limit ed this incongruity, she i,c stayed. Success can never billow Small pi ce of brown aper, folded up od;ht have added, Madam, there is much iie eflnrt. ' If we are not struck by judi , representing rouleau z maiked. and con differcuce between writing didactic poems ej,,! blindness, we shall hold on to the . taining from one lo two hundred doll us in and living didactic poems.' Uccn. hej constitution with a tenacity defy-in lime ' gold dust, are slaked and bet, or paid, mott coinprihcusive and forward-hiking a,,,' accident, thinking the God of our w ithout the croupier' ever examiainij the ofinodrrii Intellect, ami in feeling one ol lathers, and our own (!od, for political in contents of the paper. the most nenevoieni, was mcaniy anu wi ksly nmbiilnus of place. Lectwti, Editorial Coarte3y. There is much good sense, says the U-thimore American, in the following icuurks of the lain Mr. II ile, of the INe loili Journal ol torn-; history autiibutes the fall or many repub- the credit system. An utter stranger may merce. Nothing is gained by noticing lies in ancient and in modern days I bo come in, without a rent, and ask a intr personal atlaeka which appear in the co- jCve if they are not the Inst, they aro chant for credit, who never refuse, but luiiiiis of a newspaper, and the most fitting among die last of the evils we have'teap- merely upon the man's word of honor punishment which ear 1 be meled out to the prehend. Our future would be all ihe gives him goods, prou-ion, &r., send author of such attacks is to treat tlicm with patriot could desire, if that future contain him, by hit ox teams, out 10 the ininee silent contempt; f eil no other seeds of duiigci than these and patiemly waits for a seiilin? day" 1 fin in- ..in luiiiiniini 1,11 niv v ii tn. mi, ,ui,w ii. . I'lip' n.ii, ll.Id . it. I linm Ii... I in ml ii iihni .,I change in tho public taste and opinion in respcel ti the manner in winch editors should treat each odier. When we be- gan, we found ourselves violently attacked ; on all sides, wiihoiit having given any oth- er catiso of offence than merely having is- sued newspaper.' We supposed the public sagacity would comprehend the whole mailer, and that we might keep qui- et and feci secure. Hut we found the ease ,.n!i. Ailin.iniii til i til hrniu mil llllll ijuni. uiininiaw ,i,iii.'..i..i. 8UIIIII1UW noi iiiicu run cm unit a . imiK was considt led mlmittrd unless il was de n eJ. There wa also something of sn imiircssion that he who said ihe hardest thing was ihe best fellow, especially if he spoke lust. We were, therefore, much , . - -,- .. cudgels ma sort of fancy fie it. or el-e ulmrt ,u ,UV0. P. . g" y. ' "lt'r ainst us bv default. We are hapnv to say in.li seven j er i:..c rouKiudgic..i change in public sentiment around us. An editor of honest deportment may now, in oiuniiiry viiris", loot - miu. fnirn mi-j eoneetn. I hat shamelul personal anuse, which tlien Inrmeu so large a part ol llu? '"'f'68' "f ' PM .l,a ouy veAe 10 ne apptmiucu, oiu i o.hui luician-u. . HOW FALLEN !. .m .... 1 1 t -.1 ' "cncrowneu win, success on the field ol batilc, have often thrown- a halo of glory around ignoble n.-.l .nwArl l,k 1 liinn names, and raised lo deil.e.l exaliaiion. men destitute of principle and polluted wuh crime, mat be read c U.e history of every nation. Cut that halo soon dims . lone after ihem The name of ihe wick- ed shall rot. Traitor and renegade are inseparably connected w.ih scorn ami con- tempi., a mosi sinking insianco ... . now exhibited in the case of Hem and hi associates, lately so mucn admired an. lauded, now turned Mabommedaus and despised even by lite mm A Constan nnopie corresponueni 01 the London Times says ' Bern, the Huntfarian hero, the Polish Patriot, the victor in many a name, nas - . filien; not in the field, for then his uto -a" .1 ff..l A--mtm thaw wneir. ia-r. tll.oai II mimUUH Ul LUC OUUUlWCaU I iiC . . - - - - - - - niau4 either our Jiuaiiuiirwrvinpa- ; I e i no loi;rr !.- tk-ttviota Htno- the uVoiel j3r!ot. Rem i a a ieue- j(a!e. He l.aa ifjudi!t4 iht iil ioa of ' hi f'.l.-r; he kaa re nutuvd hn r i:u;i sua the nhit e:ue wi.h-u .u name mi rnrv liiUlllIll u. lillll 111 I- ; -I - -. i .Mcf.i.iiu.n; as iiu ei;.urace.l u.e ;1ij;i.miM .ijo! aiiiiu i. anji irom Otuif i now Murad n and shame . . a " "iV " vy v......... )'rn ' w"w Uiat not only U'-m. but all bis sttT. lus become apos- a",, ' ipi'te Pe n idea tf j' 81 CEX. CAWS LKFTER. Senator ("as was invited to partake of a public dinner while in New York by a numlierul Ins political Iriemls. lie ex gi- e utter anee lo the following sentiments, wiitcli we most heartily approve; l't. lilit. , PJjci d in a reographiril position in tutions whicli have secured lo ne a- greater mtasure of national prosperity than il has ever been the lot of any people before us to enjoy. We have but one dancer to Aar. As to military power and the cener d corruption of manneis an-l morals causes to which 1 urpropuriicsaariiy m aniiiiicin mre- . ... I f. ...I.I il. .1...., .a .mI.11. law anu iuiviiiiu mu 11107 nuiiyr, ivm, u threatens us; the danger of sectional in teresis and passions arraying one portion of the Union aainsi anmher. A spirit of compromise was nrce'saiy lo crl.ate this eonfeJeralion, and il is equally necessary lo preserve ii in its imrgiity and cirieienrv. When Questions arise dcenlv affceiin the country . and dividing it by ;groraphiral lines, then comes tho limo ,,( lria, which no true American can con . ...til 1 .. ...la. I, id nl.ltn -riif niHii; niiuuui uiiaici. i.i. t-tiuiiu, lr!al gurit lSUCS rail OC prrucnuo, lieu m,na.a fmbeaMnce is not dictaled alike by - ' duty and by wisdom. If one half of a ffrP;, rountry. abandoning all oiher dif jprences of opinion, is unanimous in its eiitiineuts upon any measure of internal .. ... . i n' :....! ,,.,, .., ... .. v - v........ ,h,iuld meet from their countrymen of the ,1,er s' r,,""s kin,,ne'"'' ""d ""l ''"' ,;. .renmeni and not recrimination: and a uesire to reconcile conuicunjj npiiiinnii a haniioninusl v as is compatible with the u;iure of ihe eontro ersy. No such views resperting tni'ir ntjin or ineir poaiiiiin Ci)l) (e so held by an exlent-iveeoinmunity wiilioui the existence of fmeihle conside raiions. winch ca forearcuil inquiry, and , ,or a wise, as wen as a kiiui ueciion. in this spirit snouni seeiioitai qupsiimis oe ' discussed; and rf they are so, they will bring :.l. .1 .... .L..i.ni Kill uiill fiLiiiali w .... "";',",, additional motive lor union, and wil ; contribute powerfully to our strength and ' Hf! tlf-ri t V . I U ! IK PP H U f mP n. UT I II prosperity. 1 am,g- iurmen, mi Sir. n- gard, Your obedient set runt, LEWIS CASS long are seen moving through our streets. Both our ferries are kept in continual operation. Mr. Fairhtirst, one of the proprietors of the lower ferry, has kept a memorandum of the movers crossing al that point during the last two weeks. In that time three hundred and fifteen wagons have crossed the river, of which number 214 were bound for Texas, 89 for tbe southern counties of our own State, and 12 for Louisiana. It is estimated'. that, counting whites and blacks, there are about five per- sons lo each wajoa. Tlii would show ,bre a numr. He I reiMj to ecu mm. a . . . C .T MM. Ut within the Ust f. tirteen days al-nnt ri-'ut-n bundrrd niorere kive petl this one ferry. We bate w record f de ntu brr cifsin at the ppper ferry, bu if 11 a Iar;e as the kwer, t e nun !r t f iihi tera passinj thrnvgk our city durirg ikj present uiwitU w ill be ibout six Uiu- A EaUaonrroxea. Mr. Gpyron an I ar.o'.hrr geuilsman ascended in a balloon yesterdy week, from I'edford. W hca at aa tleia'ioa of lo niilrs they got imo a chmd of sleet and sniw, anl ihe balHii was quickly covered w ith i.-e. The soon begaa to expand; but in tryi'g th valve, abe ve and below, it w . found lo be frozen. In this emergency they appl l a knife, and made an iunsion of tweiuv four inches in the silk. He gat is-m l forth in one eoniinuons stiram through t two foot openmin; and, singular t ie late, the gas that had passed into the iik n globe an invisible vapor m.hed 1 ut as white as (be steam (mm a .ubiwi tine, such was the effect of the frosty air 1 pon the gas. And thus the trronaiue were rescued from the jiws of delrurtion. Tfu y descended safely. LirtrpJ Joum I A Dtrebman, who had elc reJ a fi w i arres of ground about eight rail s from the : city of Sueramento, ha made a large for- j Man v persons w ho lived in Oregon and . who had left their farm, after wot kin in j the mhvs fbrffoln? time were lalcft'itiT" sn.l gl.nl -o get back home 011 any tcriu. It is astonishinir what eonfilenra eiiuu among ti c merchants, and the extrnt of which is sure income. A merrhai I, Who ....! I... 1 I - I i . .iiiii uc iihu ciriiiiru sever;ii m no. i-n- j was only disappointed in one instance and tken the man was never heard of, and it ws supposed ho had died. Virg!nil Gold. I ho Hichmond Whi ' publishes il.c follow ing txir;ict fiom a let ip N,, r..l. r, vv... i i . . PV (' Mim. HockiiiLibani r.imnv railed Booker (Jold Mine: W e are getnngoiu a lot of tke ru hcsl fc cpeciiuens o oreg have evi'r seen come oin 0r u,,, ,IjP HM( ,norc f j, euJ J. - wnuld not be surprised if we were to' eel ; i,P Pniir ! n-.i L i t. u.ki . lftin mi h I . imn. r..,.. ii....,-.....i Every blast we make is better and heller.' The r rk i Inikml i,n.it,,., u ..i.i . . ' " "-."" ,.,, wr llav(. ,,,, wng a apart, ills a siff, 0llh 00kingal. have never seen eoy thing lo come near it nii.ee the Tin .iJ i..l.. .i,;..h , r. 1 1 .. . ... vi n m av . 1 1 ninui wt aa ivriiuu laUUllfil ,.0unty some years ago. and fnmi which , 1 15.000 was oblsincd from a small space j a few fayt, 1 dunk fy CqU, tl t.'jal Opening the Oyster. Our readers arc al! no doubt familrar with the anecdote in law proceedings that the lawyers and offf ei Is took ihe oyster and gave the clients each a shell. We think the following re cent rase in our court i about as tiron a one in point as has for some time come to our knowledge. The original amount of judgment was $33.33: ihe cost 9-33,40. hxeeiiiion was issued and seizure made of limber, plank, tool, fcc. to the talueof f 13 r. I bey were sold by the sheriff, and produced $29.50. The she.ilTscosis on the s de for advritising, storage, tc. were $1 17,79, Ir.iving bun minus 988,29. besides the mi md debt and costs, and the sheriffs final r.- urn is made" no other pro. party found aft due demand nf all the par lies." Who would not go lo law? XO. Bulletin of 2lal ultimo A Good Suggestion. The Rev. Dr. Choules, in an address on Agricultural subjects, says : " I wish that we could rreate a general passion for (lanloning and Horticulture we want more beauty about our houses. Tbe scenes of our childhood are tho memories of our future years. Let our dwellings he beautified with plants and flowers. Flowers are, in the lanenase of a late cultivator, tha plaything of ebiMho d and tbe ornone its of ike grave; they rais sm.linj looks to 1 mxn and jriitcTril ones to Gd."