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TBaM3S2,00.IN ADVANCE 'Be Just and fear not: Let all the ends tnon aiaas't at be thy Country's tuy God's and Truth's." D. P. HOLLO WAY A CO., Publishers. VOL. XXVI. RICHMOND, WAYNE COUNTY, IND., TIITJ KSDAY, MAY 1, 185G. NO. 2 IhT TITO 11 PALL EDITED AXD PCBLISUED BY I. P. HOLIQWAI, B. W. DATIS k I. S. BR1SE. 9D4imr of SJO rn'i.otit in., SO h iuim in. 0B( lauiin. t' Two noiiiiij, TarfVOT lt.i 3,w) Sim manllia. Oyl'UKDrlHt,n yr., wjw Qr.olutan.eh. qr., Do.iiu. ctiin;e ni'ii-llily, l i.iHJ ll;f d... Da du " w el. li".0O On do. Far Urm ADDRESS, 95 '-i 5.II0 4,iKl eo.uu B'iineA t()suf ft' tii or lr, wr ftnnura. S3.IX1. (jfl.-saded and di-tptayed advertisements wiU be chared price aad-a-hif, aal iargs cu'.l two pried f Utabre rat of alrer'.ixiog. Othirease, Dot pro ridel fur, ehar juble ia coaf iriuity with tho Wve tsto . -Um. ! Hinim is riht. Let them hare free access j mankind, the scientific Torld, and others cap Prepared for the close of the term of sc. ; to ail the light that tie have had, and any - able, should investigate principles fuli) ending 3d month 29th, 1856, by JonJ oiher that they may find, then when they are j and fairly; and what is gkdt andean be made Hawks, at Green Mount College, prior to l Emitted to the fr.the scrutinizing voice of j to subserve useful purpses, receive, and tho ,; it ca. !,...:...,, .n that teaches as never maa!rr caif away: and avod continual aviation rect inL they will be more likely to have a cer-j of what can render ruankid no service; but repress i sorrow that the occasion calls forth !of us have been associated togetl ; only a few, but many months ; an J although it has not been my good fortune to steer entir ly clear of censure in every particular ; yet I jam pleased to say that there his been much good feeling, at least, the larger part of the ;' time, sines we have been together: and on Mkthodut Gssbral CoxriRaircit. The this last, and to me, truly solemn occasion, 1 Metholist General Conference, which com- n.P the true spirit of forbearance and exerted to heal 1 appear before rou for the last time in mv than any oe in deciding tne question igu . u.. comr . v- - mC official capacity, perhaps during mylife.an'j ed-e 0 anar system that I have any knowl-; credulous class who are -eady to embrace ; ooin ri.r, ,.r -Lore in accordance with the every ridiculous project h at is new and . ws .ssiausv iv ui v mv Ol'U JOD DKPAHTMEXT, fyHaj rejntly b;cn fitted op with the latcitstylw f tri e, iJ woarcn tw prepared to do ail kind. of Job Work, uch ad Ujok. fArophlct. Circulars, UilU, Carl Poiter, Aj. Printing d ma io fancy -culorwl Ink, with , sratneM an 1 ItMpatrft. Order, thankfully received an I dromptly attended to. AJlre, IIoi.loWa r A Co. 1 1 .' . 1 " 1 -ii i .1.! r ti , j, . .,.( r'-.n i unnsiisn Kinuness win De Lriiar: uciryuuu3 iiuto an jim" ...... I t w i t- .. c - i ni i i UP ali atvision and dissensions that may have . - i Deen enitsr.ained. remembtrini that ther ara inlianapoii on tni ! a'- inaianapoiis on tni aay, nntM 0t Uii K(1 utn, u Kn ti.- " w WJ I T tliQ Tli Indianapolis Sentinel fur- ' ger of arror ; and that when a proper spirit i.i manwesteu, that will asyrnblo (1st of May.) nishes tlie following items relating to the na ture and object of this powerful ecclesiasti cal body : The whole Churcli North, which includes the Baltimore Conference of Delaware, and a part of Virginia, an i all Northern, Eastern and Norihtaitern SU'ei, are within iu jaris diotion. It convenes only eery fourth year. The number of regular di!'ites will bo about 23J, besi ! irregular, or visiting dl) g ate s from England, Ctnad.i, Ac, which will probably sw.'ll the n urn bur to 250. &irn Bishops are ejpc.ed to be in atten dance, and probably a large number of lay visitors. The Journal of the same city aids the fol lowing : The interesting question of slavery, in re lation to church membership, has already been i ,.,, -i 'u. settled by the M.;l,odist Church. That ques- i j t' ...,. th' tioB will have no especial bearing upon the proceedings of the approaching Conference, aay further than their slight connection with the Mcthodiat Episcopal Churoh, South, is concerned. The division in the Church reiUftfed in a nit for the divieiou of the Church property ntheBook Concerns at New York and Cin- CiBnati. The South gaining the suit in its major points, Comnaissioneis were appointed by tbe two branches respectively, to arrange the matter of division. These commission ers, on the part of the Northern Church, are to meet here at some time during the session of the quadrennial Conference to make final adjustment of their acts in the disposal of the Church property. There revision of the Discipline will b discussed in reference to several proposed al terauons and amendments. It will in all like" lihood be somewhat changed in several re' peci ironi its untiia reiAMi oui thseharaetar. indi wits UQ a"M.a, return oi chnstun feelin'r should be extended. j 1 have lived long enough to know, that tho i spirit of tyranny is too prevalent wll over the j world. It is to be seen in every race and ; grade of human being, from the most stupid Hottentot up through the varied rank 3 of so- : ciety, to the most highly cultivated European or American. We see it exemplified ari l ' practiced in the councils of our country, and I carried out through every vein of all this Republic ; the poor In Ji:tn who roams the I trackless wilderness, is made to feel its power; I the defenceless settlers who inhabit the fion- 1 tier of our beloved country, are occasionally ! . :u ' i :.. ..li . f iuiv l'j niiuic u;iuer us ao.'iorent grasp, a: most crushed beneath the superior force of their neighboring oppressors ; the sable ser vant in the sunny South, feels its severity jail nature is full of it, and the lan"ua-Te"is thou art weak di schools are th Manr adopted by our ftem of the republican code 1 strange. But we should be ereful to denounce ier for not ! Another objection td on . thii hemisphere, j no new theory illusory, mnil sufficient proof t. J . . r,an orcr!nii-.tioris ' i had- ventvin? that lact !r tear Of castinL' j een ramp,OStenden hat kexens orer ! away as worthless, what night prove to be t Le .nvestigatmg powers of mind when . benficiaL For eianx,!er he discovery and u ventures forth upon the field of service. , operation of the Magietic Telegraph, which I w.iose area is as unlimited as the windless . was looked upon bv mcy'iateiligent peno1S regions of ether. Although the shell at en- J for a long time, with stpiewn; and the more caes it. may be quietly seated in thenely i ignorant, as worse thatwithcraft. and bv the studio, the mind may be investigating some ! stupidly ignorant class, Uhi day, as the work great tinnciple or law by which the unive I cf an evi, spirit; but it proved beyond aDy is governed, and if it is circumscribed by the controversy to be a truthand the subtle a-ent ; narrow limits of seetanamsm, it ventures forth ; by which it is opera ed, , remains to beon? j Wlth t,m,du3r' lesC ,n ,u researches it may run of the wonders of the w'ad. Nothing short . astride, or come m contact with some favor- ; of continued investigation d prudent watch , re theory of the creed, that 'twould be im. : fulnes3( and sound judgmTt will avrt impo pious to lay a sacrilegious hand upon, and fAus , sition. Not loao- since met with a person all investigation m that particular department who has been enlightening., people by way is at an end. Suppose a Newton, when in-1 of lectures upon the subjt of I'hvsioffnomy, vestigaiing the laws of matter, known by tht j as bing a most perfect an unvarying seienee, name of gravitatiorl, in the midst of his medi-, that whatever appears irTe face, the turn up tations, had been feud denly arrested in his in- or turn down of the nose thickness or thin qtnry by some sectarian jAt, his world wide ness of tbe lips, deepness r shallowness of emblazoned system raht on this day have jaw, prominent or backwrd position of the been sleeping in midaigbt darkness. Or sup- ; chin, and many other une-ing marks portray posea Fulton oraFi,ch, when trying thepowerj the true character of th man. and that his of steam, had been thus suddenly arrested, f mind is governed bv tKe marks, and Con or hai heeded the scoffs of a worse than old j tinues with him duriiig'.B, and that no effort Ilunkensm. when the rude bark was loosed j on his part (that of hisiiind) can chmge from her mooring, and first swam upon the ! them; if he bears the mars of a murderer.3 smooth watersof the Hudson, amid the doubts ! murderer he will be, and fat God has so de and fears of his most sanguine friends ; what ; creed it from the begiining; and on the would have been the probable result ? That I ot.hr Kan. I T .i.a jfKLa tv mri. ing, but with a higher aim, that of trying to' por tt Palladium. render some usefulness to my fellow beings, j Reply to Ilnmaaita. I let nothing deter me from the prosecution of , I refer Humanitas to his first and second the plans that I had deliberately formed; some articles, for my apology for what he terms obstacles and discouragements have marked personal abuse particularly to the last para my career, but withal, I have had quite as graph in the second, a .d also in the third. I much satisfaction as I could have reasonably : know not that wholesale abuse is more in ac expected, and now I again yield to what I j cordance with christian courtesy, than person believe to be an imperious sense of duty to ' al abuse, and prli3ps less so, for ia it the in ; withdraw from the charge on account of family ; nocent and the guilty suffer alike. "Answer disability, as well as a desire that I feel my-1 fool, not according to his follv. lest those . self to return again to the quietude of private ; also be like unto him," is Scripture advice life; and in thus surrendering up the charge, i Prov. So;h chap. 4th verse. ! I feel the confident assurance that my success- j Ia the vere following, we find the contrary, ! ors will more than fill the vacuum, and that "Answer a fool ccorditiir to his follv. W s you may extend your sphere of usefulness far be wise in his own conceit." I could fake and wide, and long continue to assist in moul-; either horn in this d.kmina. and feel quite ding the minds of the rising generation, and safe, (if I consu led not a law iu my nature) light the path-way of the youthful traveler ' knowing that I was upon Bible ground. I through the dark valley ot ignorance, along t qUOte this luore to show their discrepancies than their appropiateness to our friend. I the meandering wilds, where briars are found ! ! certainly among the last nooks of all the earth j in which this demon dare obtrude his liendish J 1 1 . T I ' nea.j, yei i nave seen mm sometimes a iioni' tho schools I have myself felt its wiluu influence as much at school as any : place. Une set of students are not unfre- quently found tyrannizing over others, with out any other cause than the one first men tioned "Thou art weak and I am stronsr" other and there is more anions; the grievance felt and known, from valuable aid to human usefulness, enterprise, t of purity an i innocence.that no temptation and glory might have been silently resting i by which he is surroundei can ever allure him under the fearf ul pall that banishes all mental j yr dildge him from llat position. What reseach, and none of those -floating palaces" j tlitnk you my young frieids, (as well as those that now "walk in the water like a thing of ; who are old-r) of this loctrina? Does this life;" or that rapidly moving engine, whose ' newly discovered scienc. as he claims it, shrill whistle spreads terror through the for-j elevate the human cbancter? Does it set est and the field, as it treads majestically o'er your minds at liberty to tlink, investi mto. and the land, encircling a hemisphere with the j by due course of re'isontig. comparison and rapidity of feathered pinions, and contiibut-i analogy, allow you to iraw your own con ing to commerce its valuable stores, would j elusion's? Does it allow to man as great an have existed only in imagination, or ia the 1 mount f free agency as his Creatordesined more uncertain fights of dreamy fancy. These i him to enjoy? Does it place him upon luch oui7 .l,,, oi o inuiuu" ; a piatiorm ot equality and equal ngtits as he a system mat lias wie tied an influence i Kc. n . v. . , . t :. i u . . J ItH-l a IU3L I Ul L I f I W I ( I 1 1 , . I," 11 I lil f 11- passive class even m ichools. all over the civilized world, that confinM and i L .f.i ... - n .1. .- .... than is irenerally believed to exist. Ire- rtr that n.,h nniiir tK.t in m,n -.'.,... . . . . - - - - - - - - . , - " - . . . .... 1 1 , jtiii , n.iicaciiifr iniiiitTii iriiT.im ri w rule is not ! the only characteristic that elevates him ahovo ! m,i ;,..; i . i. . .t. j- i . , ' , , . ; j"'iju;inr, auu gooune-s, uiai we uaa me me oruie creation, vne proper cultivation oi tullest confidence he do sessed? Or would which, qualities hini for usefulness and hap piness here, and prepares him for a more glorious and happy eternity. The mind must be left free; if it isshacklid, it cannot act with any certainty or precision, the truth of which is sen evident, and needs no demon-' and rlace our MA-.r .'), stration as all thinkers will rertAinli' i,rn . i. . ,' preuesunetl to quently you will find that the confined to physical strength ; but some di minutive tartar, peculiarly fond of tyranniain "-, will exert a potent sway over the more passive class possessing double her strength, rather than have any disturbance known. Thus it distracts and sets ajar, and destroys the peace and harmony of families, schools, societies and governments, and spreads more desolation he po sessed? you not conclude that si 't dotstrine received ; as sound, would turn alt th? energies of our j nature downward. Woi Id turn out of doors, i and consign to the silent O nb, all free inquiry. ; an J arrest investigation, ,t;ike away our rights. . .... . ... - i t ..... n .,.-....,. i ... ..... i ii . i i , m ciiLMiic.iniu onoi j u.ui u. (iiciiu uu su.co, ; tnouw u6 iu uo ii morspicasure in quoting but with your lights miy lead him safely j iLem were they rendered, Answer a man through the thick untrodden desert, up the j according to his'spirit, &e. green mountain, whose sides are covered with j Ia the 5Ji chapter we read: "A soft answer beautiful flowering plants, and rich ever- j turneth away wrath, but grcivous words stir greens, and where pure crystal waters spring) up anger." " This is letter advice: Why? be from the clefts, and leap over their rocky beds j cause it reflects a law of our nature, and as to refresh him as he gains that eminence that j such. I should have taken it. But as the lan overlooks the deep thicket which had so long ; s;uage of scripture in one of the paragraphs entangled his footsteps, and where his vision ' aao:ed. justifies railing for railing H ,.,,,;. : L- opened to beauties that his youthful eyes had cannot b consistent and condemn it. I sup- I Ions: ached to behold. t r,, T must plead dullness r.f nmntVl..ni.-,t. w l i r " May your lives glide smoothly onward, ' when I say the contradictory statements so ap and your feet never be betrayed into the slight- j parent, is not revealed to me; yet it is just so. est error. For as you know, the public is ex- ; our friend says; ail right say I, I see it, but 1 ceedingly censorious, and very unforgiving, don't perceive it. This is a revelation to me, and the smallest deviation from reditu Je, I that my reason does not make manifest. I j a'tho' the most ample reparation may be nr.a !e. j concede this much for the present, to our j will never re-instate you to wonted confidence, friend's better judgment. I deny that my 1 but distrust and dark suspicion forever point ; language in the one cae indicates that the ner empoisoned DDger at you, tho your char- j meeting was gotten up to erect a platform ac'er may be as unsullied as the Angels of broad enough for every man to stand upon; Light in the portals of Heaven. I now, in and again, a mere private affair fortheaccom this public manner, and on thisocca-ion, trati-- ; modation of those concerned, fer to you the important trust that I have' It cannot, with truth be said, there are two held, and resign into your hands the charge arenas, where all the subjects can be fairly of this Institution, and I hope, and it is my j met. "The platform at the meeting, and the prayer to Almighty God at this time, that newspapers where the proceedings are pub your courage may be increased, your hands j lished." None of the resolutions were put be made strong, and your hearts stayed by i to vote, and of course were not given to the His power, to administer with honor the ' public a the sentiments of the meeting, but great work entrusted to your care. And now , merely as subjects discussed. The open ad in this collective capacity to you. my dear , vocates of the resolutions are the ones to meet, students, respected instructors, and the house-1 and the platform at the meeting, was the best, hold in general, I bid a long and lasting and only proper place, unless one or more of farewell! and may that Christian love so fill the advocates, the champions, challenge to the your hearts, that if one solitary pang embit'ers ! combat elsewhere. your soul, may it be buried forever in that i "In the question of praise and blame, trrave that knows no waking. . r ti . I to V' TL?WuYtfd"jroveftIVlfefltr'tli t h'Atiim 1ft Awn - water, or even the sworvl 'di vidually. or the membership. onlj hen k bj ' more m secret, and ance. do we see its m " ' ona.en .45' - - unit t' 1 1 r roiTi nni..n : . v ' Nno:Bts of doctrine i . . : i ii.:. v..,.ln in R.ton uui session ui tun uumj rge ucomes lmjr-- ;,,J by a reso to brute forceopen war wun a Dr. Rica and tuk Spoons. WTe sUted a concomitani. evils. School is the piac J.. n, tw.i tinrr b-v an exchange caper. ! stin its growth to ,11 its c to This position forms ot religion that carries etertiiice, and not upc erents sincerity of purpose ." fru;ts 0f another's labor, of Christ. -r an - I respect .u tin '' ail rights ; . . T 1 1 1 1 a III Itll'. t butthose wh- . ... . his " . , that some spon had been stolen from Or. ! geny as youth f lose u'j" t . Jai'ttran"ir - r .. j i umin. . , .: (!:( . ' li... should not De emruMruu. .j. a 1, o caan .liiitc ui lie. , a t .mir v j LIIC nv. v UI , d I . J v , .... . The Oratory of TTillard. The Indiana State Sentinel has discovered the wonderful fact that Willard, theimmac u late Wiixakd, in all that pertains to ora'orv, U)wt a full head and shoulders abo every sensual ex- i Journal remarks a follows- '""'-non the trie well earned i 'Tl, n--.,: j-, , . ,r i - " """ni.rc canaiuate for (.iove-nor ,.,r into the brest Ot Ii-'IS itiDJCent victim -;,), i ...-t - . - - , ., .. "ilii liii ia i. lnio K stia ail thinl trt will certainly aree.J before our mindsvas a v'W attacks Jt.TfrrTv "Uk at3-7 power of"!- iy rffpaTTiy for the smart, whilst another ' "l l) n CV( n rjiui: worsiiirners h1nUs fart: vile ... " ., , - ' Jeuy. ana 1,.. , , . - friend revals to me another case of committal that I cannot fe. It is nevertheless a reve'a tion. As I have stated, I do not advoca'e this resolution. I w 11 not build up nor knock down a man of straw in regard to it. I will say, however, that L. A. Htne was an indi vidual at that meeting, but not the meeting. I point him to one of the conclusions he has jumped to, and this may suffice for many ! ttfeafaWnc m'&-raph in my second reply, is to revelation m""rfa; JrVm Understanding of faru and yet bt s one of the - . i t ..fni.itimr rn vessels UI A mvivi.. itaii Ltlll'K Rice, at St. Louis, that a portion of them had ; a!so the proper time to -71 ng.i ,"Y"'lV. b5.Th and holy calling that , you ot . sjM.ni ur ... .sucn ureaami 1 When Williard is elected and the bsen returned througn ttie innuence 01 wir equity, ana mow 1...... 8'-'" , -nm'ed the attention ot man. Mureip- - jvictoryand the robe of office titenJin to chosen creeds where it - De satisfactory. rWeMmiial. and that the Roman Catholic ; -ourht to be euaranteefich we Uve, that if puper of that piaee had claimed an advantage j magna charter undtne name of free govern of the Roman over tho Pr-jshybriaa faith ; there is a beau'5t be a much greater amount therefor. The Doctor, in the " Presbyterian," ment, tlu? ja the reality; and the term tyrant replies at some length, and we quote one par-; of l lvrinny should become expunged, in graph of his reply, as follows : ! ff fj.'om our vocabulary, and only to be "We begin by expressing our thanks ,Von ' Unow'u as that which had been, but now is Rev. Priest, who politely returns 1 witll. , DSOt(,. of t!i sr.. articles. Nor WO.V ii sources of the numerous kolJ from "sacrament of -".., . ' .rMk tii ' ,nat. infest schools societies, and mankind ,,o.v. - ui.' . , ,.J.,im 1 r renor .lly. grow out 01 - - i,-,l ntfects noon the scnoois so .u.-...- all of the most hidden : 01 p" j .1 1 .. lU'iiy UUP IR mis U" . 1 ,1 ,:.k nmr. confess. thV. wh.-- hV9- V? ,in thev fear not !. h'" T M h lnTto1 honv persons to whom they feel bound to sit their iniqui'i And we are as free to My. that if a Prbyterian should steal our wife's spoons, we should not be very sangume in the expectation of recovering them unless licr. I' I ln" 'aresv, iiuiij rvt T the n.im? o: 1 rcs- i n on? does so. h i lei of a Christian wh 'M he belongs th in wickedness.' ' hli. I subject cannot impress the tor the 1 . 1. . e .. . - mm 1. ill ;esi) wo in j ...... . . . ..... ,,1 . it Illliiu rt-l n.niJ. too '"""S'; r : d under im: soeuio.i-. 1'Hise ot pwv. throu 'h the p t'm w rld for oiu b bv-eria i t. stenl; and w in.j nVir c.incewe.1 the t hi of c ursr i t the w rl 1 w'ii - .1 jmous sec. To i in,.I ncou iterm. Cr V Yankee Cipfam boun-1 fr Liverpool, wlvise wife die.l on th passage, embalm 1 K.W i tU oi! of Cinuamon. found auung t, . !?.- rs n.hr astonished on ! tl.-it the oil he haa usa arrival at prt to fi 1 He c vi! l not pxy the , ul'.i- Of Ull i; worth l.o K ! I -l-.v.an info OrHO'l, bu mff'.r reload 1 fv.-.'.tgt the uia.tenc of Biritl Brothers I w.U hav- idea here after o! thevaluaof the e?ntial oil. h.r.' .Vil -v U: le bvy, ' 1 m tire t n; U's growing pugger and y day.' The fellow w'i broks iato an J.mf h vise 1:, 1 stole a c-juple of casfls of ship fever h.-i b-jen arrested. Bnedict. th proprietor of a paper ruidueir Iteig'i. N 0 . has diwri a pro.:?ss of mtk'mg ptp.-r from the ordiuary broom straw. rt-yThe four babies who to-k the leling pnics m the B-iton bsby show hae died 'iille 1. do.ib.les. by precocity- ly i;imuU ed by foad preuts. Pl,;u l,ln!ii nivs forty pr cent, f .. iutr.i luce re i-iMi ui". . 1 . . 1 and lew r.ave u ien ? 1 .... . Lk out. tor tear 01 lorwai i ..i y , - .0 ., I tl,e opposition from that quar er. W ''l a,i willing W allow all pers-ris the uitimv bU right Sf attaching themselves to anv .e :- t that trv.-y mo v .-; am of the opinion that wienev er .. .:.tJ . rrer(:iaeni':ce in "t'l."-". that one form a!'e i-, tending to bias 1 .immen,,es ! ;i I'wt -ir. lui'vi o sects, uii'" -j eat t'.e d-'otrtn, thttt al ottiers are wrong hU and they alone ar nght. 1 na, u..- . senlhaeat that almost every seci. l,.., arvel i- undeniable Sme avow it more presumptuously than others, an I f . 1 1 ..rsiOHMil!H that 111 slot the ninuci'.'i- - . 1: - to t .1 risti-.u. . :u nrht. .oWi'.v?rf 1 that tlie Gnat Fouti recommended 111- i-'i the ,i,k the opinion m -nts liave than a Ins inhabited . . .. 1 , of a. KUOWieoV1- . . L-nnwn ot u to man. u.oi.".. th n r e!t to tio : nu ui.tj . . 1 j .. in ease an t uro their suits? I U This and all other subjects, you have a perfect ri rht. and it is your duty to examine with all the intelligence ifc lights that you can acquire. at your own con- the opinions of 1 11 . Such has been tho ; your superiors ... .olc .-, uu H;l..pt no and I would , c inclusions witnouw ii,e Lre received your tulWst convictions. I have obs -rved ihat seme school proprie'cr of this couutry have ustd great exertions to increase the patronage ard popularity of their schools, even to the dispragenient cf others, without having any eerlin knowledge .bout llum, and resorting to "irks and chicanery for the purpose of induang the public to be labors ? No ! Iwve that tnetr is supri r w an me rest, en- . eiimed mnn i courairing tnose -v aniueauu supernuuies tliat ti.Die. throwin jr helii-f points of Doliiiia! h not ms adequacy to , discussion U, W no disnn"" ' " a protracted and tedious ar.rnm.-nr in ccc; 1:0. as L was careful ttiniT myself unnn has ever i.v iniinirT into a T :".ricate subjects should be open to ;anJ ,a'r C .lm;,(f,l tr, ri nd scrutiny; ll6l T'u'.rZrtU and nr.nciples ' and by these means arr.ve freq-ientlT ug;u . c!asioni; treat with respect are nrovement of the race. durintr that century ; more useful develop- taken place during that, period. I the remainder of the time that man the earth, mat we i.ac nj leavt. And have all me le. we v ! r another is ni'ro the voung min o wage war np iuoed into 1 in its favor. he o.ner 1 11c ut - pnncip H ive we ti ,w foi l up our amis .!;imh'r. and rest upon s certain as tna. V -' ,,' tw 1 .rtlr tend to divide ai distract the at ten .. 1., will aftr0iiPr'C i j . . ,. ,ra.k tn 1 w.Tl fall into half civil-j tion of pupils from theistud.es; a miserable ITdKK ...i .c. ... one nri-IiXnr m..-.,i K- into savage hie. , suaier.u -v t - .o.i lo. fenrs of this r-suit, sol Any scnooi in t-vc-" "l "pon . 1 rf Ho.OIi'l iil.-l ..... 1... to investiirate tut silent "o-- r- .lumuuzgery fr t.- act. cannot ten suii.t, "'-. -.-i.s i nanus ours Tiie ca.ras , -7 u.gmiy, i,e ,s to go to the seabo .iL. wmoii ntmesii as a specimen of uuc-'soi v line tiiver JJottoin 1 r r 1 peopie ot Honiara indeed wonder at the uo,,, nave here. Glory will aiouna inenam; ot Indiana, and h cneou will thine as tiiou-rh brick-bat. 0 An arena, in imitation of the ancient Olympic Will hi ?' r. . r... l .4 ll.;it i .... .J ' . the rays ot the mornin glorious and full-faced expand his luug. and s nd of im r i the pro ' Then will the I tII ' ory will ira!her str tsfut- rubbed with a give it an my to avoid directly any subject under into protracted and tedious ar.-ument in r,. t to, or to de end any of the resolutions intro duced into the meeting, styled the Friends of Human I n.gross. He has a clear statement of Liberta,:.!., understanding tlit-re of Mr Denton's meantng. m contradiction to 1 is OWp but nothing m e. But I say now wiihoui any 0t successful contradiction, that 1.', ere cs no-.ning revealed to an that his reason does not anr.ro t 1 - li'lht iiiumineu ov sun'" and looking a as a tunlsjictr. k1'I "vivia streaks of individual, r , . 1 . . , - - ' . i . I llu a lar.t in ti V . . .. . ., , . J . . . "v "";'' 'leverinetess, but to him o is ik revelation. 1 his 1 uen., as tii. whole of anvthin a part, or that t wo and one '.1 retroj kward . 1. aud ul.ima-eiV lt.it I have no nine orer ih ivt,.! - - ... unrni jt:n;i. oi na'tiru 7 nfra'- aad abolitionism in particular Jore himself, will shrink in behind his thunder t-iouu, ana hide his diminished head ueiore tne face of him who u'ters . ." mt rnt r"""1-". ,'1; . Lt: s!Ari on ;Jr national oaiiner win pa:e Colore him, OUT fil.r dwriAh from 'burn in-' to me is as self evi- g is grea'er than make lhrt.o t'lfll An. . Il I 1 -'.- ....v.. .,,r-e ana utree are on. ) It is a's0 If-endent. that if there is any thing in the u.uieorany ether DOok that Seems t vert by a an we e Ri , .1 . lf. h-s. aiU me . - .-L- u ... i- untoVe.-n the plic mind conrin,,-!!.- tate 01 the age in wnra itMrr,- -r, . . : we ; ueceivea. and the strines winciie mto the br-Jfh nf t',-. .1,.,. curvearounaa stick of sun-ar constuution vindirat n .Hi f 10 IV records. hostile to eq r.r,..-ressive 7 . 1. . ..iini'l imnriivement w-3 live, uem.t"-" v.. .. - - . n.. con'enttD pass over the grounds trod 't'.n'bv our worthy forefathers without exam- 'v every ste'n, whether anyth.ng new " t whether anv improvement can u . . .- . . 1 i.-.u. u.,t I have Dili iuue uoaou productive ot as and who can which ultima? must be detected and exposed. It is air conclusion that when we find such mearesorted to outside, that some kindred prre may be found side those schools. . Dest recommenda- Viool can -e for efH. candy. TI19 ticated. the wrmi,. .... 1 .1.. TT t , , , ' ' . . , U1U union upnoiu, and the nationali established, this great man of iht . o , r. . . 1 - . j 1 omri up ieei ana aepar! shades, leaving'it to posterity I iw of nature; known and experi-nced lriuividual, his unders:an.-t,n., ..( .1... thing w,!l cause him to believe it is an error that the (-rr.,r existed in the minds of those who wro- the book. The error may be. however, in the mi-understaading. Every tiling in nature and out might be just as they are. but wouij tht-y be revealed in ai! their cide, who are in the habit of listening to t1 wisdom dropping from the pulpit every week, and who had liberality enough to attend our convention tnroughout all iu sessions not merely one or two. and leave in a depera'.o hurry, for fear they would hear something . reasonable that they could not reject i'.' It was not a sneer at Christianity. The Gospel of Jesus Christ, as preached in his sermon Vn the mount, is true Christianity. Something practical, something to be done; that coming from the pulpit (not meaning to say there arc no exceptions) much of it doctrine so mys -.1-fied that it takes more than, man f common, sense (say nothing of a wayfaring man, th ' a foo! j to understand, or not err therein. In reply to the question in the last p jra graph of his third article. I answer I kiso v no body, as a whole, styling thcms h,. Friends of Human Progress,' who "pivf.--; to think the present system of marriage a sv . tem of unmitigated slavery, and should "--abolished." Nor am I personally acq mi nu I with an individual, a friend to Progress who believes so. Why do you not com? uu. friend HumaniUs,' like a man. and til! t 1 world openly what yu think? Ba hone- , and ask without any disguise, if the fti oi Is of Progress do not aim to establish a syt. ni of 'Free love in the place of the present sys tern of marriage? Ah, here is the rub. a-. '. here is just where I charge you ari l yon: friends with bearing false witness again--your neighbors. Your last sentence inyour third article, is a base insinuation. It is vo k condemnation. You siy "judge not l-'i -be judged;" you had bettor my frien 1 ' -o . taken your own advice I should not Lr known ;a only from your fruit. If 101 know of any advocating the system cf "lV ove" either among u.e mends of i'ro 'res, elsewhere, there is a field of reform for v.... I have no doubt you are imbued with pr ; ideas of Marriage, or at least you ought !.."'. ' Marriage rightly understood, Brings to the virtuous and the (rond. A paradise below." And when formed is indissoluble. Ti. union of hearts. There is a custom i i world which consists merely in joining h u ! and standing before a priest and assert; i n -a few questions pertaining to it, and t h. . in the shrht of all narfiaa tr.,t . 10 X vivuiiiti.'.. Ji . honorable. It is termed a nominal marri ,and can be brok n at will, or by reso: ' :. ' i a legal course. Think j ou a true mu i u , can be made any stronger by a cen ni :r jor ia the absence of one, weaker? Tn - i " ol nature here, is more arbitrary, hi 1 ! and steadfast, than any enacted human ; There is no circumstance that can cnu wish to escape a true marriage; then, there no such a thing as a virtuous "free love. Tell ns not in fitful numbers, Wedlock's bnt a passing dream : Ia the songs of sighing miastrelA Hearts are never what they seem Nature is our truest teacher, i ake,&!KUiaSr3 of the heart, Kver acta a constant part. It alone ia troth ful, earnest, Tia not kindled in the soul. Then when soul , are thus nnited. liy the kinilred bonds of love Joy. nor grief, nor even death ' un cnange tbis union from abov But for fear Humanitus will jumpa' Oni lllln JJJ'. ... u my "non-comi(ii"il amusing " I will add for 'his benefit f. I really fear if anv one!sa ,1 ' ' ,1 - , ., J v iaui mese r , -: I'll they are heartily tire(J aruJ y ,. -someone else) that I would not ar, - ! . , t "-'iicnier in tne marra ni.iiuui a proper npN nmni, ti.. j hands is a beautiful emblem of the j me niarrian 1 mure sacred: then t ho 1 J 1 pure that "free love" will be among th,. ; ! Discovert of a Rare FoseruLi , inn wormen were stone Street, )ve. . an .1: ) 1 r-fv 1 union 11:.: 01 ; tr relation l,.....,..n . iSI.IS y of slavery Sentina! eta to the land of; to erect to h;s ence anl beauty if t!r, m.igni natural or arn'iial ii De revealed t-j n man's mind see. i ii Th were no n how cin that that lie c t;ui ( ins tion that a scnooi .or emcioncy in scholastic arrangements the fruits that are i hav U-r oi o wers li -en abl to see oi...i.-'i.iMi'v ver I to attach themselves to any particular party 1 : ...l..r to heconv? the succe j 111 UU..' - ha; olovioas doctrine which it i tha ! to disseminata ; declare 1 that fears Cr ,..-e-i ed wi i 1 I ql-i:fica"lon to was honek but on the !ul recitMents was his niis-i.vi 1 1 - 1 other hand uta . . 1 1,. that tvery nawn, tongue ana fK.--.v.. . d ani works ngnteounes is ! him. The oniv ne-e-sary h,-c .me a memh-r oi his to. :. nrao ical g od:i ana 1... And L nave hat the ut-xt century will be ricn resulis as the past; . o i.,,t .-Vit some of V." . ,i,ic v,rv Institution, an this very moment, may be found fa. fi,. world, or eniig:i-.einii wi'h deeds of -11 1. ...1 . lfclo. iinrtn that wm Mica -r "- i - e .iiAivi. 4mii j lo around his ci.araeter : tne prog.e. r- Fiu There is as fair : as 1 have ever oeru .i unnormity ot f. ".e, iorj a monumentot a blacksmith's bellows ' 1,1 uu.i-nue. on th tivi'n rhihited in the npenessus students, which n u' ii -o r :. .-.nArt tnar will Datrrent v the students 01 ureen . 1- a '-1 - 2 1 here at and ol wnicu -WU41iieUl ine on,y urin T in one mat win -' nwu- tcruitny the his-land the continued wof years. Every usefulness and ! thing of a tnltmg, inn cneracter should his! be viewed wi'.n suspicas a ninjrance to . . - I. . L. L '1 I - - , u. -uii Mian oe inscribed "hark GREATEST ROARER OF HIS AGE." a 1 nau ki LIES TH see. i here i no system of theolo-y c . ststont 8i th, Swedenborgian. U savs the iioie language has three m-a-iins ...i an opportunity What i necessary and this iuculea-ed by examp.e ana pretrpi to ... t pertee.lon. nisi g"-'a ail since foolish - a!l th e taxes raised i the Sia'e for the support . .ihini- de.'ree ot 1" was to be returned for evil, and that wnen he was smitten on the one check would turn to the stroke the otner aiso. Where do we find am n to to lowers, anu th.u scienti loric pa try rltneS' . irJ form a b-ii) n-,..-. ;- ., - . r 'in'JW I'Ui. CitJ-l' V-"- ) . 1 . - 1 uia-. - vAw ! rc nntie?r ine view pit-;v resiaed in for vour success, as auj u.- , , , k r 1 7 for the accomplishment apparei. - - "'ere , : ,,..r 1.11) anil i I : .1. ' . i 13 ' ...... - - - v '' ell llambolfs scientific eWation are pretty sure tonegte'-fix ups" upon Nw.oneBd fl,jm".' i the inner, and most ml Prt to be rix'd " say.remem-' up ' school; in the lae of a distinguish- . . . ;-, ,1... . ,.of advancement to vour ed auttor: beniiat nsv i 3 - , . v-..m,,' rights are respected ; and year ,0 to tr,oe pmfessin claim his nam- of the Common wealth. I In a wieraoiy large share to bear but the local txat;oa is infinitely more jjenerous. I: amounts this yer to a much as six sevenths of the who.e revenue of the Commonwealth. where do we nud .i.: . ...fJri.n Ut tills uei s - - -..-.,;. any of the churches, denomina.ea :.ri... that will mingle with the others, as brethern of one household, and assU each other m performing those practical deeds of righteous -onioimlv. to the honor of the Great r?" A coarse and slovenly teacher, a vul- Heai of the "Church alone ? The question gar and boorish presence, muochiag appies or lhen psents this plain issue . t.t ? ehestnuts at recitauons like a squirrel, pocket under sec'arian guidance, adhering to ia hi hand like a mummy, projecting his j c,rtam rituals, and under the profession ol heel nearer the firmament than his skull. ; Christianity, whose pracuce is at variance 1 ke a circus clowa. and dispensing American j with fan of its founder, and who profess one saliva like a member of Congress, inflicts allVmg ,nI practice another? or w.tl you wrong on the school room for whieh no scien- j e(iacate tha mind, and give it such knowledge Ufic attainments are offset. Dr. Huntington. ; M win enlarge and expand it. and teach the u ' .mivorsal doctrine of the unity of the race. Chicago is a fast place a, everybody XSndate brethren; give them free ac- knows. but rapidly as the population , Xh li 'hts which science and histcry. the vote, at the ballot box beat it. At the re- sto1 Ucd in their hands : cent municipal election. five hundred votes ,- nou snu -" ' fo,Jed. let lhem form ii ,n..irnU ,--( xsr r , 1 Tin . .... ar rim 1 1 1 rrne i ten v.' til U. r rcBi.sJ' j v ti uie't.) elevate your condition; and the time , w'll co ne when all that may be r-asonably as ed for. will be granted. Education, with a UiU 5 mental adorning, is as much your privilege . -.u nA .-ciety at lmrze. is te-: as tr. e owue. 1 4 , Now this isfattorae lit me men Tao ia Churchaoiar aeL-ct. And rttitie enarwcesJ A h-aren'j mind May b? inJii5rfot to of ctT, And -iijrt th hcl h ter car. But bow a tody " fa-: And qoaiat in its deind attirn Caa lod a heavan'y maadj adrobt." If this be true as p the churchman as a ngni, aavocie jt may claim samo M.uy to memoers .1 . , r . ' i 1 .- V .v .n,i;.-,ration. are conunuanv ficn- nf scr,oois. wris.o . wuere tne arrec- in te;r influence, and submitting their claims reside, there is oand if our minds ! t Vthe public consideration, and a result will are t upon the daz. upon our lily be brou -ht about for their improvement. hands, or the gew-gaid upon our pr- Amrt'T many of the improvemea-s which sons, there is but hnce of adorning i Amo-j, " WA -in find some lanati- that nobler part, thi adorned shines charcteriMi..cs " " T T. .4 Ka ;tv .- lustre tharrolished sTTillin2 10 . . ir.i.u- 1 be found no dross the mines, or ncnmui .ie 100m. And we hear This session wm c my terra of ser ' Cotton Scperseded bt Silk. The Paris correspondent of the London Atlas says: "We hail with delight the announcement that a savant has just made so valuable a dis covery in the art of preparing silk, that this article will become cheaper and more comm on than cotton. This savant, it appears, one dv having nothing else to do, be ran to think" which is wonderful for a savant," says Alphonse Karr that there was but one creature capa ble of producing silk that there was but one description of vegetable matter, that of th mulberry tree, fitted for that creature's food. , therefore the silky subs anee mast not lie in the animal, but in the vegetable matter; so at once tbe savant set about analyzing the' com position of the mulberry leaf, and by boiling it to a thick paste has produced every descrip tion of sik in immense quantities. I have seen several yards of manufacture, and al though wanting a little of the -!o K0'..r,;,. ree meanings, na'ural. tnat it is written corres- y, and to understand it w m,,... the hidden mvsterien of if a , rvi.-.:- .1 ' '.. ..-li ie.e:a; mere we can spiritual and celestial pomlen-iaiiy, and dive into i!S Wi 2et the key to unlorlr ii- clear up a'l annarent "li-.,..;...' This may be so. and perhaps is a revelation to a S wedenborg!n-but to me it is all in the dark. iiow it might be. were I to take the troub! to invest. gate. I krinw not h.ir t iu e not inning to demand it to that spun by the worm. T can ---.. -5 r, . . . " r,vuu"" lk dene nH it. -;t. .r . - fnpenor to tne ri nest foulard hitherto made v a X- fc peech; Ihe price of the siik is five francs a round i. - , 10 con' that he or when spun, being one hundred and twenty V, know' He MJ "be francs cheaner than triar of . . uume a man and te rha -o t.o.ia taiva.-on from sin consists in any thin j 'I c"?- (Tr,TR U' anJ sitcrely repenting; and belief, or non-belief, is of no consequence in regard to our soul's salvation. I shall not , spnd my time in conjecture upon how much or how hule, Jn the Bible is the word of God' but believe that all truth is God's, and all error , is man's wherever it may be found. Humanitas. in his third article, charges me wah a disposition to back out in re4rd to .-p.ntual.sn. Here U another conclusion jumped to. I am not a Spiritualist. I could not have committed myself to a doctrine that I am 1 mere.y lavestigatiag, ara do not fe, t --. ty ueiena. ue insinuates dis- mi' as umi o - - ." " - ""F"NL,ya to mince matters on my part; taiks about bravery and inHi,r-,n. as tho I the honest. rid wliit t we. ' raising' navm. ;,. quarry belonging to Mr. J. "c'r.-v they discovii-.il n. T .Vol,- - , - remains imreu led in the blue Ji-ls 1 considerable depth from the surfa-e.' " ,u oe 01 the most perfect 0f t I a.aeozic species ever yet found. It K.,,r upward of seven feet in length, and 1., r. across the largest partof the body. full length it, the stone; every bone en v en and numbered; the sockets of th , ," and the nostrils can be distinguished a, ; s V . of formtiable b efh in VCr , Mercury. Hon. James Bcciias.!?- Oronow , -"Q!r The following, An Ci -r, from an oration delivered by the II n Jn .,, Buchanan on the 4:h of Jul. mi r. . V city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania "Above all we ought to drive fmrn 0..r shore, foreign influence and cherish AmJri. a feehn?. Forehm nn,in- v.. v. - ' rl -1 ' age the curse of republics-its j.undi -d IA has everything in false coW Th.. At'!. atmosphere of prejudice, by which it surrounded excludes from iu sight of reason." every e t::i-" rji- 1, were returned from one ward more man. me ua . , . , ,s ... whether Catholi and ail.tl.eir own ci-ui'- -- cim or tjaaiemra. jiormuunu. whole number of legal voters therein. these were for the democratic candidates. .;m nrevatlinir in ' if there should rTi.Z To -ce in the school buy probably dur- : wi;--ori,-- that unless we are watch- ing rav nte, aa irons me 7Ptt;nit to the belief many 'cares incident nan undertaking. 7 ZIJL be called a science in the absence I hope that 1 may insolation of be f t M invest km but wl.i submitted living that I have Vumble. tho' p, Uo ill riSf may prove a delusion. I haP. worthy l Having done i . t ;..a. "in these matters, but some goo-d. ,s.ana no. . j - j , of operation; ' I commenced tUkmg about six i !, . v - Ir tK JTriromL usefulness to I years ago; not with of money inw wnen uj ... - t . - This new method of r.mcnrin, .ft, .-n - " you think, that you reiect the sacred mlnm. once be adopted in all countries, as the mul- a't0S.etber-" Another jumped at conclusion, berry can be grow a in anv rntn. .j u a warrantable. I might trlory in mv . pi.itiM.H.i unrerj, ma the right of free speech, and Tet llHf iufnnanl 1 - J J & LQOW ior m Cacttos to Kansas Ex ro.A . a . merous companies are about sUnW f.r Ka SaS. Wi him on V. . i . . . , .11 autuoruy of a ifentlenn just returned from Kansas. . wordtf cai.v -n to impart. It is no w weU eseerUined th -' . Association has been formed on the Mi-, u i' extending from Lexington to Kansas (, v" including the intermediate tow...rn. - : ' Independence and We!port.ybr searching' j 11 "c"jec is io sU9 arrr - sad all munitions that may in any way (strength to the Free State men in jZiX". : the iacurons. of the Border Ruffians T Z head quarters of this Association are at I i ington. " ' j Emigrants must go prepared to re-i t! orveratioTia of Vi. "-s.eS tt.e ,z::z:i : ... . -j?uoa of ik,r,K According to the Secrets ry of t' gems of quires scare ly any culture. The cultivation f,urnjnc na Bravery, and the right of j oi mis sew oraneh of mHnf. tti j -h au-j t uave luament tn know tn-. . ' entirely with that of cotton, so that S!ay "4 ' I would f rJZTjV' lf r lormyreMon to teaeh Humanitas any 5 Tk .-H7 . ? a m in IS g. when he denies the supremacy of Ha i.i! 'P1 of S10 Sour amounted - I do not fear public opinion An. i?!.1 ? f 0M.177 bushels. ' f important rival of Buffalo in the Urn ill the L cited States. little anticipated at the be ginning of the century." it be thin own wiliing to brave it when a nrininl.. ; : j A California paper s.Jf that the P,ce ct 1: y'i'oTShi I 1 1 of camphene is 'eternal viirilnC' 0Pi0a thii I hold can pr gallon. It might have been said alttV .Zt mn' Humanitas a iis. mere was mora -oo.4 . I tThlTf " fn bUht tLe sense uttered at that m R'ataa '. rk' l 7 , V :' w"re ue receipt Gf '; kinds of irraiQ ia 1855 amounted to iofJ.u Era r a1 ik.i . mjw uo lore .n pits in this town," t meeting than in the pul I will leave for those to de 613 bushels. It 5 rSi!;i! 9.X).OUO bush j, uu Ujas ib.OOO.000 ofbu-Vf's of wheat.com, oats, bar I " , ' ! hand, in BufJkJo ksfyeti '"