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. "-;-' : - , - " ft" 5". my. has ha J beneJial Myalls, noiouly.n feetf- to punish conductors of trains, engineers, and itating enlist menthutct'obviou't irnproTe.neat i others employed is the transportation of persons ' in the class of men whiCit enter ihe jf rvice.t I ' by railway, or by steamboats on risers. Why' regret that corresponding consideration was not shoald not the same principle be applied to acts of bestowed on the o3cera, who, io view of tlr; insubordination, cowardice, or otiier misconduct character aad services, and the expenses, to on the part of masters and mariners, producing which they are necessarily subjected, receive at' injury or death to passengers on the high seas, present what is, in my judgement, inadequate beyond the jurisdiction of any of the Stales, and compensation.. - The valuable services constant- where such delinquency can be reached only by Jy rendered by the army, and its inestimable irn-' the power of Congress? The whole subject is portance, as the nucleus around which the vol-1 earnestly commanded to your consideration, unteer forces of the nation can proratly gather; The report of Use Postmaster General, to in the hour of danger, sufficiently attest the , which your are referred for many interesting de- ; wisdom of maintaining a military peace estab-f tails in'relarion to this important and rapidly ex- : lishment; but the theory of our system and wise j tending branch, of the public service, shows" that practice under, it, require that aay proposed j the expenditure of the year ending June 30, 1854, j augmentation, in time of peace, be only com-j including one hundred and thirty -three thousand ' mensurate with our extended limits and frontier! four hundred and eighty-three dollars of balance relations. While aerupiously adhereiag to this due to foreign offices, amounted to eight million principle. I find, in existing circumstances, a' seven hundred and ten thousand nine hundred ! necessity for increase of our military force, and and seven dollars. The gross receipts during the it is be lei ved that four new regiments, two of j same period amounted to six million nine hun-' infantry, and two of mounted men will besuf-'dred and fifty -five thousand five hundred and ficient to meet the present exigency. If i. were 1 eighty-sf dollars: exhibiting an expenditure over necessary carefully to weigh the costs in the ' income of one million seven hundred and fifty case of such urgency, it would be shown that ;five thousand three hundred and twenty-one dol- the additional expense would be comparatively lars, and a diminution of deficiency, as compared light. ; with the last year of three hundred and sixty- With the increase of the numerical force of the one tlousaiid seven hundred and fifty-six dollars, army should, I think, be combined certain meas-' The increase of revenue of the department, for , u res of reform in its organic arrangement and the year ending June 30, 1851, over the preeed administration. The present organization is the ; ing year, was nine hundred and seventy thousand result of partial legislation often directed to special 1 three hundred and ninety nine dollars. No pro objects and interests; and the laws regulating portionate increase, however, can be anticipated rank and command, having been adopted many , for the current year, in consequence of the act of years ago from the British code, are not always Congress of June 23, 1851, providing for in- ; applicable to our servic. It is not KurpriJu, ! creased compensation to all postmasters. From therefore, that the 6ysteni should be deficient in these statements it is apparent that the Post Office the symmetry and simplicity essential to the har- Department, instead of defraying its expenses, monious working of its several parts, and require according to the design at ti e t;rr.e of its cteation, a careful revision. now, and under exiting laws must continue to acter, can hardlv be over-estimated. penJently of these considerations, wl accurate knowledge, the con prer.enii gence, which shall discriminate betwe ative claims of these twenty-eight roads, in eleven States and one T Where will you begin, and where e enable these companies to execute U J works, it is necessary that the aid eral Government be primarily given will present a problem so Cmprtb bearings, and so important to oTTfT) social well-being, as to claim, in-a the severest analysis, tntertaimjia: I recur with satisfaction to theexp action of of the last session of Con,; uishing assurance that the subject to elicit a careful re examination a tiny. . It was my intention to pres sion, some suggestions regarding provements by the General (jov want of time at the close of the Us vented my submitting, cn the retur of Representatives, with objectio entitled "An act making appr THE 1UCIIM0ND PALLADIUM. POfcLOWAT. AND B- W. DAT IS. t.iimt a lay Borniag Decc inner IS64. .-31 k"'" .iii - - - .... . - . W ('te4jLt Wabash and Arte lonaJ. V0- rijjt diflSrnce of opinion exists as to the time G.V?flectinir officer. Some persona are of the in iutP"10141 e legislature whkb convenes next and 1 month wtt be required, to elect such an obcer, tion.i -whilst others contend that it fin Ti.t-v also presented the pledge to the mer chants" and druggists of the town, who reaJilv and checrfuilr signed it. So Liberty, through the influence of the women, is now a sooer u u naiuca in WAsaiacroN. Dr. 4. , U.1 r..t eity. third wk i- .T:l will not We have ews. t a cr.Tiv of tlie law before tts. but be the elec- . Ition when it mav. care should be taken to se- S lurr I . . , . rr-i cure tue sew ices oc an eincieniman. mere tu . . -ii .1. iiahrf. am rroix r . n i j,vh i ,ass urn It was a good work, ana tney win iwr , a(1, -oTrft- reward from an approving God. ct fall d scru- s occa- naU im- s hich on pre- BHofssnse the biff Js forth reuair. Dreservation and comnletir P certain public works heretofore comme'rjinr thority of law;" but the space in Jtommn cation already occupied with c immeiliate public exigency, const serve mat sumeci lor a f pecu will be transmitted to the two gress at an early dev. Ihe judicial establishment oi be but little difiiculiy in this, as we have heard of several good men who are candidates for the tiIati Amon? others, our old friend Wm. G. r CofEn, of Parke county, is spoken ot. lie is a man of energy and of strong, practical good No better man could be found in the State. He is intimately acquainted witu the t.a nal and Us interests the wants and interests of the people living upon its line has ever been a warm and zealous friend of the work, and was For tbo Palladium. Warner ltni!din. Although near twenty years have elapsed since ,Y. l.-ath of ih resrx-eted" donor of this property. not a tithe of hU wishes in regard to it have been carried out. This has arisen from the doubts I which existed as to the hgal right ot the prop-'ertv- Those doubts have now been settled, just hv.'and we trust forever, by the Supreme Court iof our Su e it becomes the duty of the citizens 'of this place, not only from a due respect to the iim.ix.- ..f the donor, but in Justice to those for ' whose dipoKi"n IV.-ti''" Th" rAtT ml 12 o'clock, when Unroll V'.o tbeir The Th.Spk-rJ WdtVt ientta his v.f of th tie forair c-kn the i a - vr mm - a wm wrmm i tiu - 7 5.. NlttrBwl fro- U,. juml a iic'w' -'- Senate Utscion- n-. IW.S. T rat Wfit it wasbequeatid. that a judicious ; .S--' . ... should be made ot it. nat snail - j- of Umtk, offcrN a roiuiwn this be? The Trustees are anxious to act in ac- f.-' tbeo. rfa cordanee with tliowi.be. of their fellow c.tt:gSH: , p, , in the matter, and therefore respectfully solicit a Jfllw , ; candid conside.ation of the subject. Kpon bu Mr. BriM declTed ctted, .nd ! The undersigned, one of the Trustees, togeth- ,;h,MiMa . rolaUoa for th. eltUon of Cta.p- !er with a few of the o d st citizens, well recoiled ; ,ain Mr. in. . V ' . C ' .t.:..Mn. ft. 11 1 -a m Dr. arucr, ana are aesirous oi mw.k " r. --"..iMkiver Kr4d hiih wss Uid over. ,v. :nnr.,re- e notiee A u r-- vmatter cf Uecond to no one in exerting an influence to place t me to r4 the canal in the hands of the bond-holders, and te, whica s of Con I respected j tion, the prop thereby securing its completion. We commend iMr. Coffin to the legislatare as a "good man and well Qualified" for tho pktee M - i parcels, or in whole, on perpetual It ase the On "; Vis puc or o" "r t" trails ri " n n..:i. . Seward, th cotmuittee o tae FA3ia IT S. r7T, : j . - . . in hr ;vi. uAsir-t rauun, .. . , , q-...,,.,! , accordance wiiu iup ' , .1- f ;r. .,,1 ;e .U. .onrlufafA TToVa ri)(l f.i . 1:1 l.l. wSCominuel. manner oi conducting; trie leSwiT""" z.m' '""j"" - , ci me uutr.ii u"'- Goveinmentare also much nerf&?U8t I bav rn' the vicinity of the Canal for many years U I would further suggest that a stoc company addressed you upon both of thesubjects length th Mv former recommenrlatirjns m relon am active business man, and the interests State could not be confided to better hands Col. Sigler 1 as frequently been a member To do this, I suggest for considera-jjJ pricty of leasiutr out the property in innelA-'i UilT eontiouod TV. .iknintment of cent upon a fair cash valuation the valuation : tec!l. W4J uthonid. A. being made every ten or fifteen years. It would j J&Z ThrrrSent.t committee a, ik,S "-e i continued. ,1r Phillies offered ... t . ... kri.. in " . frdit on Me ileassee paving an annual grouud rent of six per : JJSeBt of tea o..V, fur the .UBdin .ommit- --"" . .. . . Mn. nn.-neea u. . .... : . v. . 1. . ..MKlmn At ram tao ' .. r ii a. a . .. . ... A.n anTiii.i ithiw bnni; in. ior au umc iu iw. i fining vtanoie. L Tl fl. 1 luff i of the liberal donor. w v, ThUliw offered a re4ution la.tr.eUn,, tb.et-am.iwe n-i . : i i be. to no im? !1 extent, a charfe ui'on the fftif-ral B6fT corps or departments, separates many Tfiicers 'reasury. The est of mad transportations du-, suitable provisions for variou. abjects deep ;j legislature, was Register of the Public Lands at etw from iat cloe connection with troODS and tho?e rin '''e Vfai" ending June 3u, 1 G64, exceeds the interest to the inhabitants of the District!-0''; Winamac, and has held several other responsible j wai active duties in the field, which are dt-mi-d re- cost of ,h preceding year by four hundred and nuixite to mialify them for the Taried responsi- n'"y-five thousand and fttenty-fotir dollars. I; of the be formed to improve the lot, by erecting lour -J? T' ;,ur th. .tia. u. uu., . . .u.. ,,t,.1 A.-vir o lnriru town Jone " . . - ... v . blOre rooms Oil HIV uivuuu ..v. - I .hirb U tMTLW, 1 el i. '" ,. .. ...i., v.iiJ MV.r.l nm on thesecond floor. The wbMrb 7 inudoed bill exfe- th. t,e for th. of te I for thi occupancy of benevolent soci- C.Hfr.U-Comr-a rinf bilities of high command. Were the duiies r.f again can your attention to tre sunject ot man the army start mainl- ..,;.el.arred by officers de- "asportation by ocean ste amers, and commend tached from their r.vr ..n?s, it is believed that the suggestions of the Postmaster General to the speci il rervire would be equally weil perform- 3 cur earlv at,ntion. ed, ai d ti'e discipline and instruction of the atmy 1 Uurine the m fucal yefir, eleven millions be improved. "While due regard to the security seventy thonfar d nine honored ond thirty-five of the rights of officers, and 'o the nice sen? e of acres of the public lmds have been surveyed, honor which 'shoald be cultivated among them, and eight millions ore hundred end ninety thcu wou'dreexn toexnet r"-r!;ance with the esiab- nd and seventeen acres brought into market, lisl.ed rule of pr moii,n .n ordinary car-es. still , The number of acres sold is seven million thir it can hardly be doubted that ti e Tange of pro-i tv-five thousand seven hundred end thirty five, motion by election, which is now practically con- i and the amount received therefor nine million fined to the grade of general officers, might be jtwo hundred and eiehiy-five thousand five hun- j somewhat extended with benefit to the public ser- d red and thirty-three dollars. The aggregate ; vice. Observance of the rule of seniority some-; rmotint of lands sold, located under military times leads, especially in time of peace, to the i scrip and land warrnnte, telectc d as swamp lands promotion of officers who, after meritorious and ; by States, and by locating under trants for roois, iumbia, are renewed. Many ol tbef e fJ"' stations, the duties of which he has performed prosperity of the only considerable orgfiizc.B vice in the late operations of the people, and is .nm.nrtlitf ;n tna TT.ln AAif.eiloimrffnrafntedlsai tr. & fir;f rmisin tn Sam. tli distin.fllislietl Lt'iutiJuuiiy i a ni vt iiivii, ( iititcM ji.p-j'" a -- - - - i o .1 ...l.: ... i, . n.n,rriATi t ia iniMr . . '.. . s iney ia.uig i v. v-j-v,. - i th( n.tliri,uon iw. A...i;.ii,t ants in the building. The City Council should i Mr. tetio-. imtoVa7h. e fair amount of stock, as some oi me ot "j'-;;Tct., from other m.trie.. Th. ? un'TntroJuced . reeoluUon, ceiling for itor- in Congress. T I .t . V . eh i navetnus presented suggestions w ".-"Uhe old liners. also take a c -;n h.. w anted for citv rjurposes. J. 11. SlENDENHALL. un We give place to the above communicatien &ul3r.,ntrni America of the re'lntin. uiii" v - individual who struck such tenor in the hearts of 5 old Ijoers. The friends of W. C. Taleott. editor of the : pleasure. lr. xueuueimaii waa ..a j . . . uhiects as annear to me to be of particfar in . r . . . ' " . I at i m : . i . thy of consideration durine the short rt la; ni no Valparaiso vDserver, mienu io piesem mm period allotted to the labois of the preset Con gress. ? Our forefathers of the thirteen Unitd Colo nits, in acquiring their independence snd i even distinguished service, may have been ren dered by age or infirmity incapable of perform is upward of twenty-three millions of acres. The: increase ol lands sold over the previous year, is ing active duty, and whose advancement, ihere- j about six millions of acres; and the sales during fore, would tend to impair the efficiency of the! the two first quailers ot tne current year, present: army. Suitable tirovision tor this cias ot orhcers the extraordir.aiy result oi tiveancia nu mil-; lions sold, exceeding, by nearly four' mi! lions of: acres the sIes of the corresponding quarters ff the last year, thus increasing, 'o fin extent cn-1 pcrallrd, durij:g any like period in ccrpart his-: tory, ihe amount of revenue provided from this source for the Federal Treatury. The commendable policy of the Government, in le'alion to setting apmt public domain for, those who have served their country in lirre of : war, is illustrated by the tcct, that since 1790! no lets than thirty millions of acres have been ; applied to this object. , J J he suggestions which 1 submitted in my an mmr tltA a a m sa iiAftMI Half javviTi'I AWrVArtv f a ' i v iijvj iiintivu VI a avr-visv.v ii"! wusu j aajvt v jevil, without wounding the just pride of men, who, by past services, have established a claim to high consideration. In again commending thin measure to the favorable consideration of Congress, I would sucgest that the power of pla cing officers on the retired list be limited to one year. The practical operation f the measure would thus be tested, and if, after the lpse of years, there should be occasion to renew the provision, it can be reproduced wiih any impro vements which experience may indicate. The present organization of the artillery into regiments A more A are. tinction between tne two aimies u...g 'Vi t ,,,.; n Houht: hut in its m nil nominal. This nominal "force, ; cation, iVis not enot.ih that the value of lnds! is entirely disproportiorj - f the countJ de-in a particular locality may he enhanced; that. "4nf.rf,l"iherefore commend the discontinuance in fact, a Iarccr rmcunt of money may probably of a distinction, which has no foundation in cither be received, in a tivtn time, for alternate see the aims used or the character of the service ex-1 tions, than could have been realized for all the pected to be performed. j sections, without the impulse and influence of. In connection with the proposition for the in-I the proposed improvements. A prudent pro crease of the armv, I have presented these sug-1 piictor looks beyond limited sections ofhis do tations with regard to certain measures of re- main, beyond present results, to the ultimate ef form, as the complement of a system, which fret which a particular line of pcl:cy is I kely would produce the happiest results from a given to produce upon all his possesions and inter expendilurc, and which t hope mav attract the eMs. The Government, which istrnsteein this early attention, and be deemed worthy of the 'matter for the people of the States, is bound to approval, of Congress. " ; take the same wise rnd comprehensive view.' Mr, ,.f ,Ve p,arv of H p Prior to mid during the lest session of Congress. ore wii. - -M. I , , ,.,,! TTsrraT57eT Ur"-pi larcepartof the troops row caneu . uU.u r . - , , RKttfl( . f i....... tl.., Hi-1 tV vfinn. npss of tb principles then ajsrrtect. and nave Deen. on uui t , ii::...; r,v r,r 1 f - , 1 l IV IHC ItllJIlCTIlV II 'l Hit LV" V-l candidate for the same place. Though a demo crat, he was among the first editors in the State, Sin calling upon the people to rally around their founding the Republic of the lied Kates offountry. and rebuke the heartless politicians who America, have devolved upon us, the descen- it aa fo long luieu u in corruption anu seiusnag dants, the greatest.and the most-noblercs-t ever Jgrandizement. Mr. Taleott is said to be eniinent committed to the hands of man, impaling upon J quai;fit.j for xf duties of the station, and re ail, and especially such as the public will ma, , e d(os in tl e m,vS,ern part of tho have invested, for the tme beine.witl political i 1 functions, the most sacred oblWons. We N'e. wul doubtless receive a large vote north of have to maintain inviolate the c.ref doctrine of fthe Wabash. the inherent right of t omilsr telf government; to reconcile the largest liberty of the individual citizen, with comclete security of ihe public or- the'land, to nnitc in enforcing tBeir executionirr has never been presented to the legislature and to frown indignantly on all cxnbinations to resist them, to harmonize a sincere and ardent ilnltAlin n , l-i ,sliiiina f tm t mm i m fo 1 t 1 uc.viivu ' J iiic llinu I u llviln VI icilnia with the roost universal religious toleration, to ! repeals the I'ugitive Slave 1-ivv and restores the preserve the rights of all by isusirg eerh to re-j Sfionri Compromise? And answers that tho t eel those of the oiher; to carryforward every :Sth must work for its rights and fight for them; social improvement to the utmost limit of human (asd, that in such a case as the above, the South perfectibility, by the free aetico of mind upon ;etu members should walk out of the hall of mind, not by the obtrusive inteijAtption of mis- f Congress like dignified gentlemen, and inform eppneo icrce; to uphold the mfgriiy and puar.J ittfrtr constituents u ai ir.e uovernmeni is ais the limitsticrs of cor organic W Vi i '"tMlBS .,.i-,nl . -.if as the very I. tc . Willi 1 1 J WTTWl J a.w .w. "ZZ to ob . r, in. nrmiiii.iifii. -" r I l7iTrSZ i;Kt , thi. mv.teriou meeting of our reprtwen- (BIU 7V1B tative brta(1 - V t 1 : the associate of Dr. Vt arner annougu I ners iu the practice, they were much t ... a n.v-tt 1.1 ill : and the highest respect for each other, ever ctiar-, fii(rn au-y of te dmiuistrauon acterized their private and professional intercourse.! Mr : "" the foreign Ucy of th.lminU- We are pleased to see Dr. Mendenhall manifesting j ty rf .u id an interest to have the wisnes oi nis uepurieu -i -j. inluirr,na mti noiiunc . .. a ; . t is n T riK".5'i. the .ue .tri.,.nd i. .ppro- ..;-i- .rri..l nut in crood faith. It is to bo mation .honW b eoiiiiranic hoped that he will give the matter his attention, until the suggestions he has made above, shall be fulfilled. We have frequently conversed with aled if it wa dfoiaed injurious j to the,.uMio inifrc.t ,.,...,,.1 .he rewlution. . Wa.DOUrn mux iy' - Mewr Mr. rhillipn ojvrei . . Mr l'vle took trrouna in us ,,.-.t.. :. W Itrh 'wid h. would Totforit..nd would like it . I; .V ,Z I been tdl to it. He id bedi.tru.te4 D. P. Wiggins and Jacob Sanders.the surviving o-rjg.i- Executors of the will of Dr. Warner, and who. . Z'Zo? too, w.re the most intimate friends of the deceas- j Jhr. Tl-rf JfnS for- ed; and, we understand that something like the j eiRn birlh ;ut to 'r'V um . . .W,v wold meet their full ap- . A terS.nne urttier VT Wt. T-83. nA,. 00 .... ... it:.. . .i n iht" tAssaire ot the r'iuuoo V,anl W11II'T1J IH-.TO.I."- - I r. he House adjourned. iA it . Tl,,.,. . .tl,..!- ontwtiaf.'S from tl'f-lis! of whom with those spoken of there can be no diffieultv in obtaining a irood officer. Better fiwi- j , j t3T The Petersburfh (Va.) Intelligencer asks rr.at shall the South do, if the next Congress proval, and that they will lend their influence to j have it carried out. We rcsT-ectfully suggest that a meeting beheld at an early day, for consultation in regard to this matter. The Goldan Rule. We have sometimes thought that in this age 1 of conventions it might be worth while to hold one for the purpose of procuring a piaoUoal oo- f ii4.4laklAaut -iudfcedl Why did not tho th!Lv.:: aj lr LwT r.u.nia,io,n e.rt Kcen w, violating ..c. ..... ''.' the constitution, was raed ar d )., i. r- minister goveinn cnt with violent integrity sml Lm, . ,. Iie Mls' economy; to cultivate peace and friendship, with If tomP"--. wl:ich "had beet me cannon -foreign nations and to demand ind exact equal , in '!earts of tie American people as n justice from ell, but to do wrong to none: to 1 fcrtd thing," was "re kl s'v and ruthlessly" psenpw nil nne ui in; wiui ii;e lbi onai nr. ir v reren fn ' j ... . . . - , , r W!ey iovea their country and and domestic repose of other governments, and: us contitifmr. ..ji a e , to repel it from our own; never to f hrink 1 , " nd bad a fuJ confidence that the from war when the rights and thv honor of the I P P WOuM told ever.v pwtion of the country coiiTitry call us to aims, but t cultivrte in re Frovislons of that instrument. If the r. .. ,1. r ..... .i. i . flc. :! . i- pieieienee n!c ahjui J tiiic, n en i argf meni ; auiuies Ol lrgmia should "Walk vi ui' ii.ii vi m uiiaui; , onu urisic dnu I i O - , me rails Ot Lonoress l lo tttr a. i c U I7..1. t V .a V.Arir rtf which servance oi me uoiuciuwrc. --- i.a n;v.rKllv assented to. And we have thou 'ht if and community could be induced to make atrial of this rule for a month, or even a week, they would become so enamored ot the state of things resulting therefrom, that they would never go back to me oia yieiu which the world has been lining so long. A writer in the Boston Traveller baa fetk' good 'sense that tne'vbservanof as you would be done by,' would produce the cir . anci it IhhIk "oi nurprisintr ana aeliirhttul eHru FA much to see them abused, by their self-styled mP,e 8ch sights as tliese would meet you on masters, by being compelled to empty daily these I everv 8lde- Yt" would see a great deal of pro perty at once change hand, old debu would be Spittoons. The most disgusting piece ofj household furniture is a spittoon; an article called i into requisition by one of the most filthy and dis gusting practices imaginable. The ight of a spittoon is sickening to any pure-minded person, U nlv to be tolerated to ward off the effects of th Wut&l slavering l4it um have ffaLiatg-uI chcwinir toDacco -nd smolunir the pipe. xne to expurgate. Those girls bve our sympathy ar,l in ll,..i, l..l,ir .i J . y ....v. LiiuAii w e wriie mis savage article, We do love a neat, cheerful girl, and it hurts us eralire the intercourje of nation: and hy such ' til4. will .ii v, yenuetru just and honorable means, ami sch only, while !f 7. . aSain 1,ke whipped span exalting the condition of the Bpuhlir, to as-: ,or tl;e l)eol'le of the Old Dominion, the bi . .... . J . . . 1 .. r ii- , out of igntf.ed gentlemen," iels, iiorntHe srntt.K.ns. h led with fihh A?n 1 . x Z mm M ClIVCH falthy mouths. Uut says one. why don't you commence at the root of the evil the tobacco planters with your phillipic? We don't care .....me luiLim-ute wwn we are wrrin , beastiality. The tobacco-planter is bad enough but the tobacco chewer is ten times worse. lln' any decent woman can share the numil r.ni. ; with a foul-breathed votary of the spittoon, is hard to conjecture. Perhaps the outrageous nrac- iipwird of thirty millions of acres of land were withdrawn from pullic sale with a view to ap plications for gients of this charac t r pending before Congress. A careful review of the whole sub'ett led me to tiirect that pli sueh orders he abrogated, and the lands restored to market; and institicticrs were immediately givtn to that ef tftt. The cpplications fit the last ses.-irn con itn.nliiud ihe contructicn of more than five ' e . ... I housain! milt s oi read. n.i grsnis m ire airouni Ifavy, having reference to move ample proviMons for the discipline and general improvement in the character of seamen, .d tor ti e re-oiyai:i2:uion and gradual increase ot .),c r.avy, 1 deem emin ently worthy of your favoiable cens:deiation. The principles, whieh Lite controlled ur j olicy in relation to the permanent milnavy foicc-by tea and land, ave found, consistent wi,l .1 tU oryof our system, and should by no means he -I.'" TJ... l.;iii. .t t a f.-rio t.A ll A.ll- jects parucularly set. forth in the preceding part of nearly twenty millions of acres of the public of this messa-e. we should not overl.n.k the t ,e- dome.n. Even admitting the right on the part sent magnitude and pi o-p etite exteiiMi n of our commercial marine, c - '.il to give due weight to the fact that, best.:.-- :! e fwo thousand miles of Atlan'ic seaboard, w l ave m-w a Pacific coast, stretchiuj from Mexico to he "Bri ish possessions in th north, teeming widi wtal:h and enter prise, ar.d demanding the constant presence of ' shirs-of -war. Tl av.-menr.tion ot the navy has not kept pace wi'h ihe paid off whether outlawed or not outlawed, whether the 1 ou would see lands and houses belonging to Mr. Gnpe, quickly and quietly pass over to Mr. Type; you would see anv numiitr ,J y,ma books, umbrellas, and the like returned to their legitimate owners; you would see goods change their labels and their prices; and men and women too, change theiremployment. You would see ru reselling and rumbuying, as the lawyers have it, done away at one-e. There would not be glass of liquor drank the whole day long, and many a cask and demijohn would be demolished. Garnblinir and bettinrranrt ...;, i . i. , y e -iiig, buu iiTOir hile the canvass was going on between Pierce !,nfe'' and Rving, and puffing would entirely d (ien. Scott for the presidency, one of the!cease- There would be no lies told. Not one .i- ..-. .-. i i.j , . . ,ui- um.nsiii iauy must go husbandless not be- or marry a spittoon. Oh! the degeneracy of the ' age. Ancycloped.a. Pierce's Resignation. ol Congn ss to he ut;queM;onjibIe, it is quite e'exr that the proposed grants fhuld be pro due' ive of food, and not evii? The ditf. rent projects are confined, for the present, to eleven Mrttes of this Union, and one Territory. The reasons sssign'd for the grants, show that it i pro posed to put the works speedily in p oeess of construction. When we reflect, that since the commencement of the construction of railways in the United Hates, stimulated as they have been by the large dividends realized from the earlier works over the great thoroughfares, and 1 .A . VlfoIA 11 1. " . . fure to it tr,e legitimate- inriuenc and the benien asmngion and Jetlerson will auireiruv o- a greoi example tmng an me pow-, "eve mis Cmon dissolved. It cannot be a ? ers of Christendom. ! our Sontl-rt. fi. ..,7, ... . ' R Under the. olemnity of iheenvic BV 8S w understand, blessing of Almighty God is eaaestly invoked ! J ' ,P' car!Tlot dissolve the govern to attend upon your dcliberat.'iis. and upon , ment "fighting" for their rights. rll the counsels end acts of the.overrmcnt, to . ' .best arguments used in favor of the election of yllle of slanderor of oblonuv or of abu the end that, with common zca and common n(an DemocratOur friend C. V. Jones, ; Pierce, was based upon the fact that he resigned. of "ule. would be spoken; nil an unkind k e !T. rts we may, in humble suhmsicn to (he Di-. lormer.y a Aerator from the countv of I-'m,t.; his place in the .Senate of the United Htfa be criven. not an unk.,.5 fi; vine will, co-operate for the pomotion of the . has become editor of the Fountain Democrat -- i r-h'ch he ,iad ekcted b the Wlturo of A)1 retfullness and strife in families would st prcmeoodottheUr,ied S,r. We are pleased to see this consummation of t h mI's'e- . ! Mothers and sisters would for one day liv. AhI 1 1LKCE. vervlaudahV ,i ;,; e ,,on OI He resigned that very honorable post on, it was : ,n n"nony; husbands and wives would &rret Wxsimkoton. December 4, 154. ijonL it -"n upon the part of Mr. said, and it was generally understood, becau i Wr differences; the young .Jones. He occupied a veiv respectable nositinr. 'official responsibilities wee .nn. I the old folks at hom L "iT., A""1..? An Item of Fresh News-Orei Land Specu- j a State Senator, and Las made ita stem.intr.f because he preferred theouietude of nrof.s.Ln, ! mild suavity the vounrr. VrinA. ". 'a m-.r tnnA..U.. nvrwatir.n an1 tha fA.liMf,.A. ,.t i:r 1 DV micnnHiFstanl: i i . ..VIIUJ4UH- Naiiunin SOCietV II a vo.: ..a ivwimn ui unraie me. i j -..v., Diauuiii nuuiu or look duties properly and . . . r ... J protitamy assignor. - ; ,-n.e e, .mu n is inadequate for tie Irg. field of its cj erafior.s. not merelv in ti e rrcrcnt tut still more in the progressively incrt-aning exigencies of the wealth between the most important points ot commerce and commerce of the United States. IcordiaJlv and population, encouraeeu V) omie 4rgiia arprove of the proposed apprentice system for' tion, and pressed forwarl by the amanng ener our national vessels, recommended br the Sccre- gy of private enterprise, only seventeen thou tarv of tho Navv '""d miles have been completed in aU the .states The occurrence", during the last few months, of a quarter of a ccntury-when we see the crip marine dieters of the most tragic nature, in- ple.l ccnd.t.on of many works commenced and vedving great loss of human life, has produced prosecuted upon what we deem to be sound intenseeSoUonsofsympathvandsorrowthrough- principles and safe calculation-, hen we icon- It mr well b doubted whether template me enormous aosvrpuuu y. vpi.ol moingCin whser ' anda'and Tl stirringnew. The co.latenil arcircumstancial j --.n make thee ruler over ' evidence, it says fully confirmss truth. , mny things." Our fnend of the Democrat was the giudanee of shallow demagogues, to the rth Ranged. Cheerfulness would lta the nTacef rei S;' ?orme7 list sumeVnTf I ! ' of ce school. He ' brogue." lost TV wou' takl the of DougiLrof m, BidTrr exi 1 'S l'h a -at now. as he done tVTeTaL men all Hit,, trTiUT aent, Fornev. Kdi'orof the wling'on Union ; ff"d ?",ce in tJ e cause of the people during t-n.L ,v ?T aI1 .orer tLe tad ?r7 '"dustry the place of idleness; sobriety, andaeikofthe Hot.e of 1 tJ p co nvass. We learn incidenLyt SXC V . Gray, editor of the Pla.ii er and Post-, frienos ,ntend to present him a, a candidate for ' would not have voted, honestly, for Mr' nd indifference. ? f lT:Lo::trtn Tt"?e' f- yy not know Tears of swe-et affection would moisten many SalXscompSvSve soured 8 Vr-i"d tne " ake an excellent wereTl:0 J?". "lB; .fhap pier day, would mat4 chase of Indian Reservation 1 in Nebraska oftcer' and wod scrupulously guard the interests 1 TrTwe e Totul I th U i J' rf- J"?, ' nA mellow u,nes of Jove Tenitory-and that 85.0 has!n paid down ! of the people in that work. ' lllZT U 1 ff "iS' thy bruised. nd careworn out the country UI UIC IVgil.l . A AAAMl "V.I .- . . ,11 these calamitous events are wholly attribtita-; withdrawn from the ordinart ch ar-I. ot tusi- ble to the necessary and inevitable dangers fthe ncss, me - - .- sea. The merchants, mariners, and shir-builders rrnment patd to continue operations, the ennk of the United States, are, it is true, unsurpassed rupteies not merely in money, hut m character, in far-reaching enterprise, skill, intelligence and and tie .neviteble eifcot upon finance, ceneral- i i - i K.-Bn t b doubted that the tendency is to courage, Dy any oiners in me woria. bu.whh - V- o i. .m.Mii.t nf mil- Mmm.rP!3 l.-in- runiOMHUi mis iimuti. Attisn. iuous )An Wi-A nrnuM 1 r f -. t ! f i " -'-m. -j-. w v nuui'l IJfl I fm I Mnce the death of Gov. Burt, rnmings, 1 ,s , women of Ldr.y, in Union county, have organ- reform themselves, because nature may h,yi . Secre.ary. tills the office pro tem.bl the Pres.- ized a league for the destruction of liquor shop i their conformation. 7 j Hapmsess vs. Gbeeo. Henry Ward Bcher dent makes an appointment, i hAcer affimts ti- . j , . 1 "P ; i, i,,. . ; , a Jt- I . ia . f ' that the aforesaid company are erv all their i 0'"nizcd and proceeded to Miner's dog- , y 1 .erce. it is said, resigned his place a j Ka seldom got off . better paragraph than the infloni,h ,a.v..vA. 1 .ry, where they found Pvr9i na"or: ,n .accordance with the a Jv,Ce of hn I following: , .V 7.r - tv " 1 ' F'rsr.al and confidentia fiends, who thought it . . ...... . . A.tu'.iii ii. vv'l IliVI ' - - . ...'! 1 . I - - - - - . . . . A ' A ASIA I A All A I T "VllriAAWI.-... .... I . I t . , I I I 1 A .. I . . . ' I A .... . 1 1 . . a ivj uu ; L . t i j ! T i r r.f pnn i r ' i. ... 1 ,13 . . 1 t 1 it , . . . 1 v ..ii unn ere'jii as . He admitted that hi IU1.I1 A.A AA A. "V 1.11. v. " . I , . nage in the aggregate, and the larger size and im- rnent this excess by encouraging hopes of su i proved equipment of the ships now constructed, den wealth expected to flow from masn.ficent .deficiency in the supply of reliable seamen be-, schemes dependent upon the action of Con ein to be very seriously felt. The inconvenience : gress! i 1 l may, perhaps, be met, in part, by due regula-' Does the spirit which has produced such re tion for the Introduction, intoour merchant ships suits, need to be st.mu ated or checked? Is it of indentured apprentices; which, while it would not the better rule to leave al. these works to afford useful and eligible occupation to numer- private enterprise, regulated, and. when expeui oui younir men. would have a tendency to raise ' ent. aided, by the co operat-en of .Mate If the characterof seamen asa class. And it is constructed by private c.F.tal the stimulant, deserving of aerions reflection, whether it may land the check go together, and furnish a saiu not be deairable to revise the existing laws for the tary restraint against speculative schemes and maintenance of discipline at sea. upon which the ; extravagance. But it is manifest that, with the Mcnrity of life and property on the ocean must most effective guards, there is danger ofgoing too to so great an extent depend. Although much fat and too far. attention has already been given by Congress to ! We may well pause before a proposition con-thefroperconstrncaonandarrangementofsteamltemplatin- a simultaneous movement for the; Teasels Vnd all passenger ships, still it is believe- construction of railroads, which, in exten . will ed that the achievements of science and mechan-1 equal, exclusive of the greit I acir-.c road and; ical skill in this direction have not been exhaust- all its branches, nearly one-tfa.rd of the entire f d. No .rood reason crista ftr the marked dis-! leneth of such works, now completed, in the. tinction. which appears upon our statutes be-'United States, and which cannot cost, with twen the laws for protecting life and property at (equipments, less than one hundred and nfiy tea, and those for protecting them on land. In i millions of dollars. The danger likely to re- ; 01 um SMtaa severe penauiae are proviueo t suit irom kuuiuiu" - - - . . 1 . . : .1 1 . 1 - . ii , - I.. nuvi iiiai ji tiiev succeea m ir.i", vutngs nas 1 ir.e iratac agreed to lxate the seat of GovertB viii:4geof Belleville, on the lands pi the company. It this is a.I true, an should be successful, it may prove able speculation. Interetsixg Experiment. At r v -w l oivtecnu- institution, a new expe beautiful kind, the invention of a F opher. is now being exhibited. It illumination of the interior c-f a emiued horizoDt.aliy. and falling in The ligh.t, which is of great brilliat. duced by galvanic agency, is sppii of the jet. It seems to be wholly . A... -..8. bent oat ot its lateral rectilinear dip by the S233 rend 'red perfectly luminous. Eves ves- 0r 'jt uPa tl:e ground, and proceeded to sell j Indiana RrpuUiran. sel into w hich the stream falls is enaily i- remamaer ot the st.x t luminated. Bv placinrr varicis c4 glasses between the light and the waUr, tlf is made to assume the most beautiful hv&cieniific Anurican. j We ofUm see an old and well beaten man who i never had success in his life.and who always knew v. v i . v irii" r r 1 1 r i - 1.1 i.nt. r vr na u 11 f o r m t at the demnd v. 1 . U .v. ,t ,u ... h-- '""re na Hccomplwhe.l less than his asse.e... cn a l j ".i-c .iiew 11 was not nirht. and I . "-- ". aui irue inenus ot ( who tfok tl n,.;,i, a- r . - . .. ' d b-v that h itn,t :. ........ , ' . Mr. P. are still living, and if so ,k ' .7 . . .V'e lu..rtz and dirt enterprise, while a scheme w C1S childrtn be- ....... ,. . , , V; "'V. ! loOK gU and yet, in old aire, he U th- ffit- WhlrT DOWgh tbat he -ld 'l-r. jihhiltuMd " .adasumofhop, aiid lhe? Whilst .hey were talking with this dealer, the repeating their former advice, and gettin ' hVl ' aM mt S'Tf nd aui;d ' misfortunea London SUriff of ,he ty. a Mr. Ward, ca.-.e in and ! f- .ow it again. fc- to and myatenea providences, he had that within lr -un .1a1 ,.- i.j- . .. . .' in' ana , ir..i..n.. ....... . , . , . . ! him which rose up and carried his harr W.. -ti S ot rvwiw " violated the law in the . Ki.ou;ere is a great opsiacie a: present in troubles, and ..rrf. .k- m . """T Ji philos- ishghtest degree, l.e would enforce tk. ! "i? Atchison, who is known in ! him on lit, til a Vk "v71.WaW. lurve:- .R:Xt Mr- WArd is a d. to give him President, if Pierce should resign, hut "he W rm",S 1 ? HeS f. th nd pro- ara' rstrafe. They finally made a contract ; -Nate might he induced to elect a better man hy. anoVr tU .. ... I T. 'Vf W.,U 4he back -tli Mr. M. to purely his sK.k in trade at a I .d ad t f.Jrce; another the Yo-XthTth: TS s-u. ana ur v&;u,' i-ion, wu.ch wa? found to aaount to 'I- They paid the money turned the Pedagogcz Well, sir. "What h-a-i-r spell? Ry I'd know. Ped. I bave you got on your head? Boy (Scratch jI guess it's a muskeeter bite, it itches likw- -v-mUS .0f. 03. 1 he money was paid, and Mrs. E.tep signe-I a pledge not to sell ,r Iiejuor. The liqaors bought of her we" .1. ' thrown into the street. : im,.t- a-.. : - ; . . . --v-"-" moved, and the eovr-niment on more MM l- r::;.r :r1":lienera.1. Pc.ples; mother the ' . , . -: . . vre.tuir nians. aien cAi.iA-.m 1 .v . out under the guidance of sober and direct men. ' ri a it 'I-"? "7 V' Blron? i r wemaness mat binrj U.em to- fgether. By distribuUng gifts, God made one , uepenuent upon another; and welds society making every necessitous, in some V aras other men. Thi Hhtti-tk..,: 7 . IUIIAIVU lasses and nasi n inioi-.. . - Ai-iwB, rogressive, and some stoutly staini 3 Ira - I . The women thm fa'Ut r t- J The year 1S54 berran rm siinTa- v uu .nrs.x.iip, wno ' . c.- , , . . u'gcuier, uj has also been in the practice of sellin- liquor i J eE t Sand'Y' 'i3" fi0ythret Sun-'p!ace as reg They were repulsed by the 1,..1. ' ! V, T i-"- JnuarJ. April Jul, October, and De-i extends to d h.,t rpnrn . . " . :',.uku, cemoer naveeacn nve fcundays. Such an array intensely n Pat returned agasn and nnwU., k. J.f sr.rt : :n r - v,nseiy p w j a:vri aiijr . 1 va iwuua a ratvi. um iiul im!( ur s'n in nnrii IE82. CA Bargain is said to be a ludicrous trans action, in which each party thinks he has cheat- ed the other! Jdor-tlousewiferr, is said to be an art, once quite fashionable among young mrt and wives; now. however, entirely out of usj vr rcuseu oy me --sower orders."