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BT C, n. ALI.KM.
Come, strike once more, old lady bright,
The Founding lyre for im*:
I've hcnrd itn tones with f<<nrl delight.
And love it* mir.?'rols\l
Why should those cords in silenco rest,
Which <>ft li: vo thrilled before
With lofty song, and in the breast
Rais'd memories of yore?
O! tell me not tlmt pressing cares
^rc ciowding 'round thy brow,
And o'er tliy lu;an tlie chill of years
In stealing even now!
For enn it be, that time has wrought
In years so brief, fo few,
Such change in feeling and in thought,
As that which seems in you!
Tfnnr,-.1? 1 *!.? I.II ? A.1
With rnptures Mng their f on",
Why nifty not. mortals oixtch the tone
And hero tho strrins prolong?
Tlicn Mrike onco more, oh lady bright,
The poinding lyre for me,
I've heard it? notes with fond delight,
And love its minstreleyl
The following oxtraet from tho Editori
1 correspondence of (ho Tchyyaph, con
tainsn brief outline of the speech of lit nrv
A. Wise, lately delivered in the IIou <
of Representatives at Richmond, Va * on
the Southern question. The talent of
the speaker, nnd absorbing interest of the
CliKinnt fmrl rlffuvn
? Mtyvvt wi...-,. .w^.iiv I <111 111! UIVIIMmultitude
of persons. Mr. Strother wop
in the clinir:
Mr. Wise tlien rose, and nfter a few
preparatory rrmnrlts of n personal cliarne
tcr, disclaiming, ( '? ei'Mrmniy on such
occasions) his own inability to instruct
those present. and the pos ihlc rashness
of this acceptance of the t;isk?stripped
to the work and went info it most manful
1V?inr* on/1 ? -1 * -
ini, ?<1111 MIOW'firr
no quarter to Northern fannfics. fools or
knaves?and no mercy to .Southern men
who wo'd either bet ter away their hirt'iripht
or make themselves Accessories to
the crime through a timidity as fatal as
*T ? J -1 * * ?* '
xic urew a uhik nut tmtntul picture of
the prcne^t position of the two parties to
this great issue?showing that, it was not
the lone abolitionist whom we had to
dread, hut the cautious, eveep!"?. C^nst!tutionpmongeiinp
"Mrierados" of the
North.?men professing moderation, and
turning up their eves in holy horror at
??outhejn 'excitability'and 'agitation,' vet
whose whole cour*o wa? n cold-bloo<Jed i
and cruel?though *tealthy~ warag.iinst
the Constitution and the people of (ho i
The allies of these men at the South, |
he said, were of two cImsscj*: tho?o who i
clung to the hone of Dolitical nrpformrnf !
fronTthe strongest party, and iltos#? wore
stricken with a vague dread of <toir>g anything,
orsftying anything, through a fear
of they knew not r/hnt. ffo d^j^yed his
reverence for the Union and hflivc for
it?and said that the men who were really
ploiung D?8union Wert? tho iJWthern ngKrcssors.
not the men of tho flnnth wfiVi
stood only on tho defensive.
//e impressed upon bin audience tHC
necessity of a union of the South for thr
eakeoftho: Umon?lashed Henton and
Houston wth moecilc:-.:: v."/ > >^ed
the humbug<->fth<i("(.M!v?'o'ion of thu people
of California???& drew 1 picture ot
the calculating cuj&Sity of the Northern
agitator#: abusing slavery nt tho. South,
and aetu ?Wy carrying on tho slave trade
/>w )t<a (.Anet fkt A fi.In.1 ?l? '
vti ?* 4?ii proom 01
., ^rtvhich fact he procured while on hj* mU.
won to Bratil. He stated with prido the
fact tl\*t all of the lave ship* seized were
from porta north of Baltimore?common'
dfd by Northern men, and fitted nut by
Northern fundi?and that tney Rtill carried
on the trnftjofrom !3o*u,n, Newport,
Philadelphia, and other Northern pons
?no single ship or captain hailing from
the South!
CorrcsjHmitcn.ee of the Carolinian.
Washington, Jan. 10, 1850.
7\wluv the House passed ft resolution
-l- .:-- -e T\?i
|;?MI |MMI|I|W I IIV UIV^MIUII ui i^uuihuupur
and Postnvistor until the first day of
March, 1851, by it vole of 100 to 08.
thus scouting to the present incumbents
their pi ices during 1 he present. Copgr -ss
?two sessions?unless, indeed,n motion
should be made on Monday to reconsider,
and that should prevail. Mr. Johnson,
of V;i,, Hlhe present Postmaster of the
House, and is a Democrat, nnd Mr. iSer
? t ?
m* ciiiv ir> tll?* 1 'uuuv?t|h'i , <11111 i fill IIIformed
n IF! ig. Th\is the l)omoci,nt>
h?ivo the Spenkei', the Hon I To well CVihh,
:.f (Jconri i, the Serge; nf- t-A nrs, Mr.
A.J. 01o<shienner. nnd tho Whi'js the I
Clerk, Tliomns J. Campbell of 7'enne-.-see.
Some coniplnint i* nvulo hv the !
"outsiders." flint the Sen-ite permits its
officers to hold their pltices so long, nnd
thus preventing others from p-irtieip-itinj/
in i*s emoluments. On Thtttsdny nnd
ii nidi, ti m?mi uiMi "i iwneiwni. pro- j
vailed in the ' ou?e, during the several
votings for Doorkeeper. At one time :
Mr Tufts was eWrted. but w:in deputed j
hy the withdrawn! of Southern Whigs, i
on account of a report that ho was an aba- j
litionist: and at another time, on the same
lav, ? . Stewart (Denv) was elected, hut
was defeated bv charges marie before the
"PStllf hint tinmi nminiinr<f?l llio Plm-b
On Friday Chariot L Wellor wntnNo (?s
it. wns supposed) elected. having 104
vo^es of 207; but just before tbe p???e of
the vote wns announced bv the Clerk, n
memhe? came in nnd vo'ed for iinoiher.
thus making the whole number 2(18, and
thereby eh -nging the. result, and before
another vote wax taken the House adjourned.
In the Senate, on Wcdn< s-dav. dining
the delivery of some remaiks by Mr.
Foote upon the Introduction of his "compromise
bill" in relation to the Tenl'oriipp
Kr r>nnvn/1 nnf unon I '??1 T?
>V. |/\?ui v,u vuv V VII. IJUIIMMI II M n'Ml|]
of tc^on invcotv.'o nnd scorchingr ivhulw.
which fire the Colonel could not, or did
not stnnd, hut the "learned plchoim" left
iho Sennfc in prccipitnto hns'e. Tlic scr?-ion
of the Son-itc on yiiursdiv xvns one (
of more than O'ditvuv in crest in tho-c
exciting timo?: upon which nccsinn. Mr !
Dickinson, of New Yoth, nvide n speech. !
which I douht not will he received nnd
1 . <i * -
rtvia mine cfouui witn ttu-nnps ot pM'-snrc
nnH npprohn'ion. If in surh n ?monis
seldom lien id from a Northern Senntor.
Gront disorder riffd misrule continue to
prevail in the Olilo Ronatr.
The Rennte (imonef others) hnve confirmed
the nominntlon of A. Ramsov.
Governor m Mim?sotii: K. ?. Morris, (of
Philadelphia,) Cl'impe to the two Sicilies,
.inrl A ti>vnn/li?.? Tfium .1?
West Distiirt of Pennsylvania. M>\ Calhoun
has been slighilv indixjiosed duiintr
three or four dnvs prst, caused, as I suppose,
by the inclemency of the went her.
The cost of the delay of the organization
of the House of Representatives is not le.^s
than sixty tl.ouwn' dollars, tl n bill of
which amount must be "foo'ed" bv ti e
people, nod peilmps the Free 6'oilevs
bnvo done mo:e to produce |.hi* xpenditur?
ol lime and money limn njl others in
thcllourc. 13.
The Wnsl jnprton Correspondent of the
New Orleans Picayune makes th?> 'ollowinq;
remmks in reference to the Speaker
ship of the House of Representatives:
"The ^Speakership is worth the trial.
It is not here a* in England, an office of
gn at present emolument awl future honors.
The salary of the .Speaker there is
?4A>0U per nltftli ^ while his rmnu-il fees
nm/ainf r\ nmtvlti X*0 AAA I_T.^ - - "
riigwuuv in HIHIIIV *U*I.VVU, 111! IK HIIOWed
brides ?1,000 for equipment money
and 2,000 ounces of plate me uiven him
on his election. Two hogshetul* of Jhc
best claret, annually, is not tbo least
agreeable of his nyfquMuw, noy the nr?>a
handsomely fu' nisbed liou^e
v w?.? nortfv uiiiivvv^rr; ; . li,l* !*?' " ' v H'l'H
and perquisites, nil considered, .i*? po ilion
cannot, he leu than $50,000 pur annum.
Then, in point of rank, the Sppakor
is next to the Peers of Great Brii.\in,
nn<] he ha? the samo preoudenuo at thn
Queen's council table. Nor h this n)I, v4
grateful Sovereign provides ng.;iuM*? the
untoward event of election from the
fipeukt whip hy elrvuliou to the. Peerage
wtM\ ? nnrtui<\n
Our Speaker lucks most of tho-c advnntnves.
Ho hn? 110 piy save sixteen
dollars per diem while Oori^ress if in session.
I3ut atill the Speakership, <jf our
House of Representatives is no incorv idernt)1o
position, It lf?'" th? Rocond office itt
the Government, in ^ower i? hot by acknowledgement.
The Vice Presidency is
i an honorable retirement*?it is a po,
litienl oubliette, for few emerge from it
and arc after recognUed. Instead of ^ein<jr
a stopping stone for aspiring poliliciiins,
it. is generally their grave. Jefferson.
it i< true, and Van Buren, *.senpvd
us i:ii:11 cnaracter?but th?*v unci a vitality
of organization that could have avoided
anv politic d orro".
The Speaker in this country represents
most immediately tin1 power of th<* rteoplc.
//e is their omho'lied voice. // ' ap
points Committees end thereby in a threat i
measure controUlcrfi-l ition forthoeoo-di- i
nnte branches of the Government seldom I
' iefu?e to concur in the l itest cxn'cssion
of the ponnlor will, ns uidioited hv their
newest Rerrpscn'ntivcs. Ilis Influence
whilo p>(.siding officer of iho IIou*c?\ i>
per-onnllv great: nnd if hi-* r.lmmcter nnd
rtliilliv lie co-rcspondon1 with his position,
can lie made to prep ire for liirn n greater
llflVC boon f ivo-rd with a sitrhf of S?'VP''
nl lcttc'v from <5>an Francisco, dated, 30lh
One writer, n ymmg gonMennn from
thiscitv, mentions the names of following
('hailestonnns as beint* :it S'n Franeisco.
viz: Charles Penthnm. Mr Ctipn*. two
i Mr. Miotts. two F.dirnnsfone,
Oomstock. Nichols, M'Grnnihnn. S. Ivl|
i?erton, Ur. Waftnor, Mitchell. Jnhn-on,
Jacobs, and Matthiesscn. This pirticu-,
lar men'ion r?f names i* thorgh'ful on the
part of (lie wii'er, as it assures the friends |
of the respective gen'lemen named that
thev are in henl'h.
The letter speaks rather unfavorably
of the prospects of young men emigrating
there, and say- that, gold digging, at this
season, is impossible, and that everything
was excessively high.
Here, like o very \vhe?e else, (savs the
writer.^ canital is reoui ed. The. minv
person has causcd l?u"-ino.ss to ho vorv
chill. Lumber is worth ?4 00 11 thousand;
and, to get i' luuild through the mud,
vou must pay $2.60 for each plank. This
is place to pet hu^h-uids. The nu n are
crazy for wives ; and, as soon as a female
artives, she lias ofr< i-s or marriage?little
regard h< nig had to puronal appear- j
nnce. We have ( .lina men nnd goods,
in abundance, here, Chinese p'oductfl
sell ;if vi'i'v Inw tviiw Hint >.liiiivl^
would In in)/ ficni 800 to $1,000 nf home,
c-u l.e bought here sit fioni ] lo?200.?
Till? Drrcn Navigation L/.wi?As
I wo Mnnounrod m forlnirrltt hi'ek. Ilollnnd
i<di posed lo follow lho r xrof Knpflind.
Ministers lmvi? 1 >id Ix'frro P?n lin?
m^nt :i p'f)ji'p' for nvitmi'lv modifying I
tlu?*p l 'ws. Hor p-orrcdinifs nrv held
up i?> Gormnny us tin pnoourngenipnt for
tin' Govcnim'n'B or G<? rnnnv 'o do the
same. A letter from A-n^'e d m upon
tl'IS sulijf'i't "1st. T'lH il till to
tlijit effect hnr. been fninicd bv our Gov
o nmrn', Mil'miMcd to our own chnmbors,
and is n??w under discussion. 2d. Thiit if
the bill should pnss, it is to come into operation
on I 1m* Is' of /Ipiil, IPSO. fl"d.
Thnt the differenti?l duties upon exports
!is well ns imports hitherto oxi-tinp-in .Tnv??,
would l.o repclrd in fivor of ships
from tho^e countries which prnnt. the
sit mo privileges i-i thci" possession to the
Dutch fl iff. 4th. liri'idi mnnnficturcd
floods would therefo'o l>e on the K?mc I
footing, with goods of Dutch o'igin, 8th.
In fact, Iltitish ships would, in every respect,
be pl >ced on c jnnl terms with the
Dutch, fur ha ICng|:ind hns tnken off
restrictions in fnvor of Dutch shipping.
Dutch ships nnd goods nre not nt p-escnt
duty free in Jtiv i, but pty h ilf th<ulu?ios
which fo-eign ships nnd goods p tv; the
<111 mr> fur <>VI1 irfv from .Inu.i 'I'lin Hntnli
, .... .. |
pro joct contnim* likewise the propo^il to
do nwny with nil the Rhine river due.*,"
. Tiik Odi> Fki.li w.<.?The Wishing*
ton 0\n\to thus h<!:irn testimony to th?*
gnat inoreuse and noble mission of Odd
, Fellowship.
I Wo hatint'O 111;it ill lim U'IiaIa liia'f. i"
of the world there U tin instance of nnv
Mjciety of men, unaided hy power,
wealth, or political influence, who jjnvo
from an hunihlu beginning ii<enso rapidly
to 1x! hoth numinous mid opulent, a*
( the Independent Oid?*r ??f Odd Frlloivs,
I 7'liis fiet is itself an eulogium on the Ort
der?on its objects, its conduct, ??'ii* it
| ndmhil>tratlon. The great aim <V r 1* to !
j do good, andthonnlv aim. we believe.?
; 'if. .t._ ' .i i.. i I
I j I**fin11iii? \nu Mirmw?smt'Kcn# to noill i
(he ?i<-k, fo f< nd the hung'y. to cfotln the '
n-ilced, tm ' to relieve the necessitous, are
lite tdlunl purposes for which Odd K<>|lowship
wns instituted. So f?r it I Ml:
nobly fulfilled it* mission, and success
hits far exceeded everything f'int. could
hnve been an'icip-ited. Every where the
Odd Fellows uio crccling nutio buildings
c illcd halls, which arc not built for show
; Itoifcthc. but for use, and they an*
made useful always we believe.
Tun Extent ok Ouh Country.?It
lias been computed tint the United
Shlti'K l\:ivo i? fi nnf'mr Ian* in 1 r.i\
miles, a sea roast of 5310 miles, and a ;
lake ooistof 110O. Ono of o tr tivers Is j
twice as Ion r as the Danube. I he largest1
river in Europe. Th? Oliio i* GOO mile* :
lontrer tlmn the Rhino, and the nohle
Hudson has a navigation in the "Emputs
Sim e" 120 1 ?np??r tl a i the Thames.? !
Within Loui-i ina me bayous and creeks. I
almost unknown, ihat would sluuni* l\v
comparison the 7rd>er or Seine. The
Stale of Vitsjini i alone is one-tl.j'd 1 irger
than England, The State of Ohio contains
3000 square miles nv?re than 8eot-i
1 ind. The harbor of New York leceivcs
the vessels that navigate t-jvers, canals
and to the extent, of 3000 miles, equal
Jo tin* (iisinnrc from Amnion i?> Kuropiv
From the cnpi'.-.l <.f ftf inc to New Orl???.ns
is '200 miles further tIimn from Lop- ;
don to Constantinople. a rou'e that 1
would ero~s England, rieliriuni, n psnt of
lVu-^in. Germany, Au^tiin, end Turkey. '
? Washington Itcpuhlic.
jjmnd Juvv of iIip countv hprrnn yp*tprdnv
the consideration of the complaint ;
nitiiinst Dr. TFohster for the supposed
mu'der of Dr. Pirkirvm At ?
o'clock l ist evening tbe members of the
Jury?nhout twenty in number?wont to
the M<'(lien 1 Oollecf**, in odor to possess
themselves of informntion with icgnrd to
thesitumion of the vnnous rooms niluded
I to in evidence. No'hinif, of oourre, bus
transpired of the evidence in this importlint
flilvn I ^1 - 1
, ,, > ? \>rmm UUIV Ullll II rill
i ho evidence will appear when tlio onso
j comes lo tiiul not bofoie.?Bon/on Ado.
Wo understand that tho diy before bo
died. Dr. G iv, in conversa'ion with a
friend, ntttibu'ed bis disea>c to poison
contracted from bnndliner the remains at
the Medical College. believed to be those
of Dr. Parkmnn.? Transcript.
Enqi.asd vp. United States.?The
Illustrated London News speaks in the
stronqest terms of the growth of the United
States in population and prosperity,
and snvs that hereafter the Anplo-Saxon
raee will inle the world, not. from the j
hanks of the Thames, hut from those of i
the Potomac. The wii'er is of opinion
that Enjflnnd will rapidly decline in power
and wealth, in tlie course of tho next
bnlf coniurv. and tlint tho transatlantic
Hi'public will as rnpidlv increase.
Da hk a no Tom.?In nn account of
tlio vcci'ii* expedition in anarch of Si
John Franklin, it i<? stated thov wore 80
tlpya without peplng the sun, and had tho
thermometer f?0 doer, helow 7.o>-n. jTliey
served out their rations of fifth j-.roof
hmndy hv choppine il up with a hatchet,
it being fiozen solid.
Sinoino.?Wo find tho following very
son?il>l?' observation, reh?'ive to singing
Jimonnf tho voung, in an E istorn paner:
All childton can learn to fing if thov
commence in sr??nn T r>?? o.... ii...#
_ _ - * nn> t ll?H
<11 will luive the same sweet voice of the
niirhtjpnnl'?ror 8->?re have n'turOlv
-wret. mild and soft voi *es when they
ImIU, while others i=pc:il< in loud, ^ronp
ind masculine tones, Tho Fame is true
! in regard to fr|nirinsr.
I In Germany every child is taught to
I use i's voice whi'e vnung. In h- ir
I chools nil join in singing, in a regular
oxerci-e, ns thev attend to the study of
^ oirniphv, and In their churches the
inging is not confined toaohoi'\ who si!
'part from the others, perhaps in a corner
<?f the house?hut there is a vast tide of
incense point; frfth to god from everv
heart. \vhi<*h has utterance to lit},* language
from tho soul.
Childteit, hjiu;! yes, sing with youi
whoj/'ho irtr> I David sanur before the
[jo d, ami it is meet that you tshonld do
the imnc; and njvvayn when angry feelings
rise in vnar breast. curb and rltcck them
by singit.g sweet and cheerful songs.
The Mother.?w iter hem^fni'v
remarks that a man's mother U the rep
'f,tentative of his Maker, MUforturie,
>nd even Grime, set uj> no bnriiers heI
tween her and her son. White ht? .vn\:t>
tM*liven ho will have one fii<*ml nr. the
<?artb who will not. listen when ho is
Unti4red, wh ? will not desert liim when
ho suffer*, who will soot ho liim jn his
oitowh, and np<-?.k to.him of hopes when
ho in ready t/> despair. Ilcr affection
know* no ebbing tides. It flows on
fr. m ii pure fountain, mid ??pe ?kc happi-1
ness througk the vide of tears, and Ceases
only at the ocean oi ctei nity. 1
Fightituf on Equal Terms.??I will tall
you a little incident that occurred in
Georgia, many years ago. Judgo T., a
celebrated duellist, who had lost a leg,
and who was known to be a dead shot,
challenged Col. 1)., a gentleman of great
Inimor and uttainmentB. The fiiends
tiiod to prevent the meeting but to no
The parties met on the ground, when
Col. D. wns asked if he f?as ready
No; sir,' he replied.
What are von wailing foi?' inquired
Judge T's. second.
Why, sir,' said Col. T)., 'I have sent
my hoy into the woods to hunt a bee-gum
to put mv l<g in, for 1 don't intend to
give the Judge any advantage over me.
You see he has a woitdtw l?^g.
Y'lie whole pjiriv fOiiM-d wi !i Imujr.ter,
and tlu? thing was so lidii'ulou* Simtil
Im,l<e vi|> the fij^ht. Col. D. whs rfterwmds
told that it would *-ink his reputation.
WMV lie replied,'it cWt sink me
lower than a bullet can.'
'IJut.* iiiiriiid l.is fiicr.d, 't&a* pnpeia
will lie filled iiliout you.'
Well,' t-nid lie, 'I would rather fill
fifty piipcrs tlinn one coffin.'
No one ever troubled the Colonel after
A /I?v 1 fi.lliwi' w.ic ncbnrl I'.r nn lii.
' (iy to rend the newspaper; find taking it
up began its follows:
"Lust night vesteidfiy morning, about
two o'clock in (lieafternoon befoiebreakfast,
;i luingiy l ov id out forty years old,
' bought a tip custard tor a levy, and
threw it through h biick wall nine feet
i luck, mil jumped overit, brokr. Ins right
, !Hjkl?- off above the left knee, fc>11 into a
dry mill pond and was drowned, vlbout
for!) years after that on the same day,
nn old c;it h:id nine turkey g? biers, a
high wind blew Yankee Doodle on a
frying psin, and knocked the old Dutch
churn down and killed an ?ld sow and
j three dead pigs at Hosting, where a deaf
I and dumb man was talking French to bis
; aunt Peter."
J The old lady taking a long breath, ox
| ciaimeu -juu ieu :
! Diikps in Japan.?The Island of Japan
is suid to he the only country where
a change in the fashion of dress has not
occurred dining n period of 2,500 years.
All individuals, from the highest to the
lowest, wear the bulu, a species of wide
frock, or gown, and the only difference is
in the mateital and number worn some 01
the i ichor class wear as many as twentyfive,
of various colors, and of exceedingly
li^fht. texture, JFe have very little knowledge
concerning the resources manners
and customs of the Japanese.
Typhoid Fever.?This disease is now
said to he cured in a few days by the
i Krench phynciiths in the following man
nor: E. e:y two minutes the palientswnllows
a small hit of ice, equal in quantity
to a glass of water every hour. Ever}'
six hours a demilayenneiit of cold writer is
applied, and ovory second day a hath at
i u'pntv.sfvi'n flfom>ps of Reaumor.
Going it Alone.?The following singuIn
announcement of a ipaniage appeared
in a Into Baltimore Argu*:
"Married.?on the 12lh vilf, by the
/?ev. i-, K. /Jll??n, Charlo-i W. W, ./lrrn*
strong, all of this ci'y."
Hope lie has n good time.
The laziest fellow they have got down
i I in be one who v. too may 10
-hut his eyes, and goes to sleep with
th-m wide open.
yi o Boston Post says that the following
w,-s oneof the Jo ists given at the late
German suppei:
Hunan?Jbh'oried hy all the. world,
and held in utter contempt by the rest of
| 'file Cjn.jmi ti 0 zetie suys that, the
I v i1iw? J.f cliciviin/ lnluircO . old in that
ni.i I?et ;?mou n:? to ond raid ? bdf million
of dollars annunlly. A va.-t ox\ei)t of
countiy i8 Bupplii'd from thaj. city.
imk i.Aco?rn?
Tin- 1? borer, (he laborer,
God's noblomim Is he-*?
His \vor!(? arc graven in tlvr fftH,
'l'hcy Jlont on every pch{
Thv keysione in the Nocii.l an h,
UuUly Mi* ot?8t;
lli> days aiv spoilt in prwnly toil,
His nights yield balmy lest,
Zero.?Mr*. Tiu tit gion fokiiow
who thUZuio is, >v 11o u-. t oi>^Uvi>t]\ h.olinjjf
about dw ij.e. monielo', KfMji K i .t ove
iincl l i'low it, c?u^ii)<j; m> nuifty fjiddcu valivucs
in the atjLi)tj>lUiv>

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