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By G. W. II. BUOWiV. carrollton, Mississippi, Saturday aprh; i7,;isu. VOL. I." NO. IS - prospectus j For publishing in thetownof Carrollton Car roll county, Ms-, a weekly paper to Icenlt- "'""southern Pioneer , (BY G. W. H. BROWN.').' - ' -rrFT?i?io above title of the "bouTHERN v-- .... Pin. we orODOse to publish in the town of Carroilton, a new Weekly Taper, devoted to Politics, both State and National, Agriculture, the current ncws of the day, and the advancement of the ?eat cause of Education. This paper will bo devoted to what its conductor believes to be the best interests of the State and county. It will advocate the great Whig cause which you have recently seen so signally trium r.hmt. Believiner. that the principles put forth by the Trent Will" purly 1 IUC tcucia ui no uuiiwvi .v.vj, are the only true ones on which this Government was originally founded, and on which it should be admin istered, this paper will lend to those principles, when ever and wherever espoused, its h amble but cordial support. 1 r '- " ' " " No man or set of men, will bo by us unscrupulously sustained at the expense of principle, 'PKn?ciFLEs sot men." is our motto by this rule shall we be gov erned, and in subjecting all to this test, we shall as we find them, judge with impartiality,-admonish with candor, and reprehend with justice. As humble Pio tipers in the crreat cause of political truth, . we shall ever point to the cardinal virtues of a representative Government. .But, the interests of our State, and more particularly of our county, shall receive at our hands a constant and - an earnest advocacy. While our sister counties have been the object of Legislative jction, and Executive patronage, the county of Carroll has remained comparatively unknown and unappre ciated. It shall therefore be our pride, as well as our duty, to develope its vast resources and point out its numerous advantages. . The cause of education, the cause of enlightened and progressive civilization, the only true bulwark of a nation's freedom, shall receive that attention its importance demands. - In fine, as humble Pioneers in the great crusade against igno rance and error, we shall shoulder our mattock and shovel, and taking our place in the great march of modern improvement, our course shall ever be as JVlar mion said to Stanly, Onward." - TERMS. The "Pioneer" will.be published every Saturday moaning at five dollars in advance, or six dollars at the expiration of six months, or six dollars fifty at the end of the year. (KrNO PAPER WILL BE DISCONTINUED UNTIL ALL ARREARAGES ARE PAID. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of One Dollal and Fifty Cents per square (ten lines) for the first, and One Dollar lor each subsequent in rate not higher than 10. Amount of usury re covcrable, but contracts void. T - Florida, 8,per cent; forfeit r of interest and excess in case "of usury. ".'' .yK . Wisconsin, 7 per cent; by agreement, not over, 11'. . Forfeit, -treble the costs- : - V.; 't. On debts arid judgments in favor of the Uni ted States; interest is computedtit six per cent. UNITED STATES SENATE : Mu. TAYLr.n's Speech.- 1'he Senate hav ing convened on th? 4th ult.,' nine new Sen ators attended, were qualified, and took their seats. Mr. Tyler, Vice President of the U.S. having taken the oath of office, and assumed his place as President of the Senate, delivered thefollowihg excelenf address:. .. ' Senators: Called by the people'of the Uni ted States to preside over your, deliberations, I cannot withhold the expression of the high estimate I place on thehonor which they have confered upon me. To occupy the seat which has tieen filled and adornedto say nothing of my more immediate predecessors by. an Ad am?, a Jefferson, a Gerry, a Clinton, and a Tompkins, names that, " altogether belonging to .the dead.: sun live in tne recollection oi a grateful country", is an honor of which any man would have-just cause to .be proud. But this honor is greatly .augmented by the considera tionoflhe.true character 'ofahis body by the high' brder of moral .and intellectual power which -has distinguished , it," -by the dignity which has, tor the-most part, marked its pro ccedings, and,-above all, by the important du ties which have devolved upon it under the Constitution. ' Here are to be found the imme diate representatives of the States, by whose sovereign will the Government has been spo ken into- existence. Here exists that perfect equality among the members of this conleder nr.vwhich srives to the smallest State -in "the Union a voice as potential ; as that of the lar gest. To this body is committed, in an emi nent degree,the trust of guarding and protect ing the institutions handed down to ustromoui fathers, as well against the waves of popular and rash impulses, as against attempts at Exec utive encroachment on :the other. It may I -a - -m a .I'll sertion. The number of insertions must be marked properly be regarded as holding the balance in upon the ms. or it will be published until ordered j which -are weighed ' the powers conceded to Government and the rights reserved to lit. and. charged accordingly Articles of a personal nature, wllcnever admitted will be charged at double the above rates. " Political circulars or public addresses, for the ben efi of indi vidual or companies, charged as advertisements. Announcing candidates for office 10 each.. Yearly 'Ad VERTisiNG.--For forty lines, or less, iraewabte at pleasareTcath eerS.' 7 Ujiiiis ior aavertising aic uu -&ne, and MUST be paid whenever called for.. JOB PRINTING. 'irlvi connection with the Pioneer Office, is a large r.rtiTient of new and fashionable Fancy Type, !,;r i onnhles us to execute all orders for Job Print ms in line style. We solicit patronage in this line, afDnr-irps i.h same as other well regulated offices in Mississippi. Orders from Attorneys, Clerks, Sheriffs, Sic, promptly attended to. att inn wrnit: (T4S1T. -i a j jlj j vl; 11 masters? It will be recollected that there is a Was it raining at the time!" ; 'It was so dark praising : others.. Most people are fond of large body of black troops at, and near Maiden. I could'nt. see' it' raining, but I felt it drop hearing their neighbors slandered; but if vou in Upper Canada called by way of distihetbn, though.".' ;HoV. dark was it?""-1 have no make an attempt to point out either the vices "the Queen's Guard." During the patriot dis- powerof teHihgV.but it was not light by aju or follies of mankind, every one will find some- turbances :,therc . these rnight be seen marchini . Queen's black-guarda full." Can'tryou compare it to something!"- thing applicable to himself, and here again along the Detroit riv- "Yes if I, was going to compare it , with some you encounter, .the hatred of the whole mas. of Hannibal's Carthage- thing I should say jt .was about as dark as a Every person .can tell you hov to conduct a 7 er. with all the pomp nians. Should war take place, the 'patriots along the line would make short work of these renresentatives ot ringlaud?s chivalry, in view r.t 1 - , heap of black cats." . IsirortTAxf' Invention.- TJie; London ''cor- paper to please. himself, and of course, to of. fend every. one else. These beim? stubborn (nrtc t Jm rn A 1 f A rr n 4 m lint C..w Ai. of this alarming .organization" ia the West ZZ l .Ise himscl , .1 he can, and hazard the ' r a V t I I 1 .11 I I I I tw l 1 ll.l. l. 1J ft - W l I , Li ft J t. ft M AS w I Ma.-.u, I 1 I I 1 I -II 1 Ke , . . -1 . . . "j- -- cuu&euueuces. 11 nc ao ims ne win oe cer tain of satisfyn can say, if he tries to please all. dies, it behooves our Government to: make preparation foruhe' defence of our. Southern enun .u i "'V v-. ". v' ; wm'iW. nnnnre . -The inventor's name is ueuanes myiu uv v u uiuuui u jjuu jui oun( r-i?--' iue mosiuireiui uousenuciiufs ungui. j;iwvvui American in ungjanu, wiucins ucma i uwi tn n nfsnt -ttcv n , mnrn ty,an u new era in me-arucies.oji w ;run ,r:nc. rjnc.n n a He of their' contest v with the slave population whom of course it would be their first effort to excite to rebellion! Lou. Adirertiser: iY GOOD BUSINESS, AM Ji Xiuijljisa k iii,airtr.ao. We heard a story the other day which amu sed us not a little, and one we consider alto gether too good to be lost. A few weeks since, afford, thd w manufacturers abundant remu a person 01 respectaDie exterior ana genue- manly deportment made his appearance in a little village not, a thousand miles trom iev Haven; where the" inhabitants are somewhat proverbial for keeping a. closer eye, to their neighbor's affairs than, to their own. The stranger took lodgings at the, villiage. inn, "and having no visible employment to perplex or has constructed a machine, and - THE DISMISSAL. discovered a process by which i 'voollen cloth L Tfie e:ectjon of th( editors" of . the Globe, oi every aesenpuon is prouueeu ui ic mau as prmters to the Senate, has given rise to no a fourth, of the cost hitherto usual. I he ma- pltle of complaint and vituperation from the tenal ;is not. woven, but compressed. One ni,rtion of the nrp?s th.it i HisnoeH tn finrt fult handled yards can be turned out by two boys w:tu the nrpsent nrlministrntinn.- It i? 'nnnnr. in twelve hours; and where twenty-four shil-enlt-however, that the discontent is confined mgs were .demandea per yara, six snuungs exclusively to partizain organs. Among the mass of the people, there is no sympathy lor neration. the wrongs and nrivntions over which the The "correspondent of the Tost continues as frien(js of the Globe utter such loud complaints. Ilmvc ; . r ,"- ' ,": .: P a. !. I I . . . v.,.d. . - v " ,r '-". - - - s or our uwu pun, 11 nas aivvu,ys setuiuu iu us. This new . cloth is likely to create a great a degree of presumption, bordering on down olutioa, among the 'manufacturers," for al- rf 'hl tmnndenro. fnr the rondtirtors of that es- ready they discover -thaUt is something more tal)iishment tQ advance any pretensions to than a mere bubble of an hour. - The Austn- natronarre tinder the administration of Gener- ent : has .purchased. "the -..right ; to UlHarrison.- The impropriety of thei follows: rev " , - - - I S " ' - f' ' - C i .ill I 1,11 I I . ' I llf I I I I I M I I 1 I IF' I V I 1 III I-II I I I 1 I a i ii- . i . . J . i -' ... . - - ' .i i " . . .... .... r. . , -w.. aisiuro mm, ms ume passeu ou, manutacture, in Austria, and several omer (i11(t hnn ctlll , on iU rnm. quite .agreeably to himself, butrnuclitp the rightg to manufacture' it in England, and', ;n 1 plain, that these pretentions are not recog- aisquue, pi me neignuomoou. v,uuuMt, France. have also been purchased. inere are i nized Fot thc las't twelve monlhs lhe coiUmns ever restless tormentor oi tne viuage, wa ui four rQr five'large mills now in constant ope. Jot-the ninhe have heen rrowded with the foul- agog to learn the stranger's business and means ralion jn this country, -which turn : out daily est- calumny and blackest slanders, levelled of support, and many were the wise guesses sveral hundred pieces-of the cloth of various a2ainstGeneral Harrison and the whole whig . and sage suprises as 10 ooui, uum tunuK.cl? qualities. Soon the markets hereAvui oe nu- paity. Even after the struggle had been con ty general consultation and thorough canvass- ed wilh it and no doubt a- large quantity will eluded, its malevolence ceased not to pour out sips, it was concluded that he had neither, and that he would eventually leave the landlord with an uncancelled score as a token of re membrance. . ' ? " At length one of the most inveterant of the meeddless resolved in his own mind to broach the subject to the stranger and thus by per forming an act of kindness for his neighbor, un solicited whose easy nature he was certain wins hpinrr lmnoscd uoon he would have an the States and to the People. It is its province to concede what has been granted; to with hold what has been denied; thus in all its fea inre evhiViitiru? a true tvDe of the: glorious confederacy uader which it is our happiness to live. t . .. - Should the spirit of faction that destructive spirit which recklessly walks over prostrate rights, and tramples laws ana constitutions m the dust, ever find an abiding place within this hall, then, indeed, will a sentence oi condem nation be issued against the peace and happiness of this people, and their political institutions be made to topple to tneir iounaauons. out. while this body shall continue to be, what by opportunity to satisfy himself as to the stran- cheapness .-durability, and beautiful appear ger's real character. ance of this new cloth, must give it a decided He accordingly introduced himself, when the advantage over all other kinds. So far it has be sold in the United States, as Mr. Wells, noarse vulgarities and contemptuous allusions. who is a New Yorker, informed me? that so J calculated to bring into disrespect thc new ex- soon asrhe had completed all his arrangements ecur,ve on the eve of his induction. Under for sunnlving the European markets, he should sucu rircumstances.it would have been an in establish several: large factories in America.-- sujt to lheir president elect, had the. Whig Mr: Wells has worn a frock coat made of his nnrt;nn nr he SenaTe consented to retain in new cloth, everyday during the last six months, employment his inverterate and insolent tra and it Ji; an elegant. garment even now- the ducen The course of the Senate, on the occa- matenai being compressed, mere is no u icau sion was highminded, dignified, and such as in it, and the nap has the same smooth, glossy tne VQ- e 0r the whole country will applaud. r .1 a a. 'in. . 1 . - - - 5 when 1 nrsi looea at u. i ne 0n lhe omer jiand the pe, tinacity with which the organ of Locofocoism continued to han appearance as following dialogue ensued: 'Well, stransrer. vou've been in these here parts co q side tiabl et irae now, I rocon?" - rrtr ..... j J.J . me stranger noaueu uswim.,. wPrPtlv Hear traveling now: cost vou a good deal to live at the taverns, I guess." , ' Another nod. met with great favor from the. most extensive It I l.l T 1 .. aeaiers m cioin? in juonaon." - - . -r - be fust-paid, or they will not be taken out , Lcttrrs or Communications to the publisher must U framers it was designed -to be, deliberative k.. . . 4 V. n .. .... 1 1 r,r ku tn L-on nut. - I . . -. . . w . . ' 1 in its character, unbiassed in its course, ana independent in its action, then may, liberty be regarded as entrenched in safety behind the sa cred ramnarts if the Constitution . "... ' . - - 4 . . . ' ,. . V 1.11 While 1 occupy , this chair, senators, 1 snan interp:st Tho rnllfiwin'rr are the rates ol interest -jn t5 . the States and Territories oi the Union, to getter with the pumsnmeni oi usury. is a, ,nn pnt ' tQ invoke vour indul- valuahle statement and should be preserved.--- " V , 7 j j. u ":i.r-r- Louisiana Advertiser ' . . - i. . .... e c'a .r iL. i.l. Maine, nve peceni; iorieil ui me ueui "r n , , ft , - . . D - -d deliberative assemblies. 'All that I can urge in excuse of mv defect is, that ! bring with me to ...".' - ... i j. . th chair tm earnest wish to discnarge proper ly its dutiesand a fixed determination to pre- side oyer your deliberations .wiiu cmuc im- 'aim. . , - New Hampshire, 6 per cent; forfeit of three roes the amount unlawtully taken. : Vermnnt . 6 oer cent: recovery m action uh costs. . Massnchn5?etts. 6 ner cent: forfeit of three fld the tisurv. . - : Rhode Island. 6 per cent: forfeit of the mo V and the interest on the" debt. Connecticut, fi ner cent: forfeit of thc whole , ! , - . ebt. ' : ' New York, 6 per cent; forfeit of the whole New Jersey, 6 per cent: forfeit of the whole U. t . partiality. Jests of Domitian. Like Nero,whom he resembled in some points, Domitian was cdpri- cious in his cruelty, vvnen at tne snows which followed the triumphs, a tempest of rain "Must have some business to pay it, pretty came on he would not allow any one to quit 1 W . . . I.'- a 1 11. T "W 1 t J rrood business, eh?" the place and sees shelter, tie nimseii also "Yes, sir you are correct there; 1 have busi- remained, but he had several cloaks, and cnan- ness ana ii is gooa uusmuss c&ucucui uuoi- gcu mem o uwuuai, munj . ... ness." " " ' spectators died in consequence ot colds and le- -Thought so. How much might it bring you vers. -,-To console them, he invited them to a a month' " " ; I Huui' . juvu u inauun "Fnrtv lYnllnrs. sir" - night., lie gave the. Senate and rnights also "J . - .. . :l a-.- nu. Forty dollars a month: well, tis good dusi- a curious supper, ai iue same ume. mc iuuui ness any how that pays that. What is it it 1 in which he received mem-was mane penecuy mav be so boldr' : " DiacK, me . seais weie uiach; uy cutii awuu 'Not bold at all, sir I take pleasure in n- pillar .with the- name;or the guest on it, ana a forming you. -You must know, in the lirst sepulchral lamp: naseu siaves uiiicaeu iu 4c- semDie suecires ciimeauu place, I make twenty dollars a month simply bv minding mv own business, and again, I make twenty dollars by letting other people's alone.. '. - - v ' Our'.informant adds that the interrogator forgot to impart the 'result of his enquires to his curious neighbors. " ; - i The distin- I The annexed, appointments,' in addition to those already noticedhave been made by Pres ident Harrison, with the advice and consent of the Senate: . ' '. -.77 7f.7'r. 7-l " Allen A, Hall, ofATennesse at Venezuela. J . 7 7' 7-Zr :-.7: '"' - - . .J . Thomas ,HaynesV"iiavy agent,' Philadelphia.; Pnrisr Prance.- t Pennsylvania, 6 per cent; forfeit of the whole Henry C. BoslerUiS? xMarshal,.for the wes- lit. . -' ' - r aV-n Ateirit nf Pnnirllni.' " " ''..- 6 per cent; forfeit of the whoTe ,Danie Hugumin, U. S. Marshal for the dis trict of Wisconsin. - 7 ' ' ' . 4 Delaware, Maryland, 6 pei cent; on tobacco contracts cent. Usurious contracts void. Vbrinia. 6 ner cent: forfeit double the usury , e ' - - North finrnllna 6 ner cent: contracts for hvvoid forfeit double the usury, In . r r?x f I. " mh Carolina, 7 per cent; ioneu o inter- and premium taku, with costs to debtor. . TnE Sultan and the Queen. guished circle of the Court has been . greatly interested within the last' few days by an inci dent of rather a peculiar and pleasing descrip-tion-namely,the receipts of a." "letter of felipi tation" from the young Sultan "Abdul Medjid to Her Majisty'.on the occasfon.of the .birth of the Princess Royal- We are assured that - t .l-' i . Mva . i C C rm n 1 rlinfS M r this epi5tie-4S quue a mvi vuuna. yt ;t -, . 'jrtStrhitdu't& and a' rafe pecimen of the flowery eloquence uie palaceAet so peculiar to the. East. - Nor is the form less : -'"AN EDITOR'S' remarkable'lhan its tenor, as may be easily supposed frorn the folloving particulars, with which we .'have; beei iavbred from a valued sbnrcei-Tl. ie"tter is about three feet danced a horrid measure around" them, and then each seated himself at" theTeet of a guest; lhe funeral meats were then brought io. black ves'sels, . All, sat quakingmsilence; - Dpmitian alone spoke, aid his discourse was of death. At length, he'd fs missed them; but at the potch; instead of their own attendants, they founa strange ones, with chairs and sedans to convey them to" their homes: .-When they Were at home; and began to respire freely, word came io each thatphe was come from the Emperor; terror returned, but it was agreeably dispelled bjr. finding that the pillar, winch was silver, the supper utensils of valuable materials and tne slave, whohad plyedlthe, gnosi,' were arrived presents frqm Koman umpire. . m forfeit of three times orga, 8 per cent; Usurv. Kentucky, 6 per cent; usury may bo recov- u with usury. . - . yissippi, 8 per cent; by contract, as high Usury recoverable in action of debt. Imnlr interest. 6: con- Fuonal as oU c in. havnnA contract, void. feniiissee. 6 npr Jnt nnrious contracts P'Q. Ke ssee, 6 per cent; usurious contracts A to. j per cent, usury may oe uwv 'J:.witn costs. - . ymo. S '. . 7 . t India eni; usurious contracts void. kouhiaS kSh as penalty of usury a fine Illln - e excess. . ; , 6 fc, r Per cent tnrce iold amount of fcr-- . ... . 10- jr T ' u Per cent; by agreement, as high and nf.i nd forfeit of he we interest i!if.;1B usury tqkeri. Clark Robinson, U. S. Marshal fc the n is them district of New Yo;'-- :". v ": f written in very- beautiful characters,' smallj but '".Win. MV Merf!r'h:T7. At'trnev for the extremely distinct., ahdlevideritly donevWith eastern district of Pennsylvania.. ' V great;careVMh. the margin is the autogrAphof Pendeoii Tavlort Ui S.AUbftiey western: the Sultarr, rwU'rCaix'enumerationof.all therti: district -of Louisiana. ' V-- '-""irit' tsaac N. Stoddard, Collector adtl Ipspectpr,' Plymouth, Massachusetts.;; -:Vw'jv i " v f Myres Elliott, Surveyor and Inspector; Hart ford, North Carolina. ' -N'Cviv? Lieut. W. K. Hanson, to be a Captaija'by brevet. .'V;:-.:V '. '777''-'Z'1'' William A.; Sp'encer to be a Captain ihabe Navy. . -. .'. V- ; - : Abraham Bigelo w, to be a Commander m . the Navy.- ' ..i -'V.; . ..''7 . -', 4 Wm. L, Maury to be; a Lieutenant m the N a vy. ; rT;;:' .'-''" ; L: A dark Cloud. Orders from the British mmpnt have arrived in the 'British West t.; tn out 25.000 negroes under military j:.;i;0 nj remilar, so diers, m.addition to U19lIMIIUV El - ... j black force of regulars and mni tia of the Islands. This statement is from the Philadelphia Inquirer, which says that news . . . . . r i iL.Jffnot - What. r!npJ rfSao, 7 t R and one-f! per cent; forfeit of the usury fourth the debt. ' negroes upon our Southern the country; rrr! c!-,,-,,-.-..);.! coast, to rayagp ties of ."the Most Higji and. very. Powerful Seigneur,'" whic.h Jiaye - appertained to 131s Hin'ness's nrcdecessors from time immembrif. al ' The paper of; fine quality, ..resembfing, hnt !unerior to vellum, and wun;a tine enamel on its surfaces -The letter was enclosed m an envelopemenfand ; sealed with the arm orial bearings ot the Sultan, tne wnoi was encioseu in n rich MCLM Or Small ua", siimiai ivf a. iuj a " . v w . '. ,v - recticulel ' of crimson .satin, eiaporateiy em- broidered with silk and goia, ana -io wiucn were attached a cord of tassal of bullion of the n-snct' rerhprrhp. manufacture. Much curiosity has been excited in the highestVircles, arid by the fewdistinguished individuals aware of its rerefm. tr rrain a sirrht of this almost uneque specimen - of epistolary correspondence froni the sublime Porte- We hear that it is much regarded by the illustrious personage to whom it is addressed. uostrvcr - The following is next' tb the evidence con--;nrV iViA ctane. as big as a piece of chalk" O " M--.V.t. tiA ntfrht Iint-thl3 Were you travelling vu io " .. . ,- -.' tit c-tinlrl aflair xovh. j-- .::i:: ;.:..:'z-c"- ' AN EDITOR'S SH U ATiUiN. Next' to poverty, delinquent subscribers and duns-rto which most diiojs are m-ujcui . neatest difficulty is to please the public, ior to great is the variety of public taste and feeling, thnt had'the conductor of a periodical paper as many hands and as many pens as his paper has readers, he could never hope to please aU; for, they 'cannot please themselves, uoes ne Does he aspire to elegance! ine umcaiucu cannot understEridrand e;;dearned regard him as a 'pedantic tellow, dabbling in. wnai haoW:pretensions to. his colors arid bomi VXonTenui u ITe 'is. too severe. Joes iw muc hhw Heath- a -mass-oi vvuci1uvV- " iTi V -V a -temporising hypocn e. 11 no puuiwaw, Muo hat are. better than he ,.can .write, he Llflr0nta nf his own to displav; and u he ujo nner with original matter he might una nu' Hf"' . . j. . .t . have giverf something better, trom merwor of others: If he attempts to philosophise, it dull and uninteresting; and if he. writes on plain and familiar subjects, every body knew nern befbreVVDoes 'jiei attempt to instruct? He need be instructed. Does he use his endeavors tomuset ; It is: light and' trifling. .People 'generally, are fond of being praised; and one would suppose this plight satisfy , them. But let an editor try the.'expedient, and he . will soon'find out his mistake; for such is the paw. on to 4the spoils" cannot fail to excite a feel ing approximating too closely to disgust to be called pity.V Its political, career is evidently near, the close, the party of which it has been the organ is in a dying condition, and it was to be expected that "the ruling passion would be exhibited strong in death." . Without tho nourishment derived from executive patron age that mercenary establishment cannot live, and it clung to the last remnant with the des- perate grasp of a drowning man, to whom a floating straw holds out a delusive hope of sur vival. But thanks to the manly independence of Whig Senators, our coifntry is spared the disgrace of having any longer in its employment the official organ of the antecedent administra- tion. On the ground of the infamy of the print, its base subserviency to partizan malice and scurrility, the dismissal of the editors of the Globe from the office of Printers to the Senate must meet with applause frorn every honest enlightened citizen, and contribute to enchance the purity , of the national charac ter. Ar. O. : Bulletin. . r -THE PROCLAMATION. ' Itis now four years since Martin Van Bu Tenlcbmmenced his Presidential 'career, and' next" September will be four years since he issued his proclamation, calling an extra ses-; sipn of Congress. This event is fresh in every , man's recollec' ion. Then, as now, tho revuK sion hivfinaricial matters had rendered thia step necessary. - .-Yet. when . that body met, it .jr.-' . . 1 a. Was toId Dy the r resident in nis message mat. the people looked too much to the Govern- mentfor relief that it could not give them V relfefL.and in answer to this communica"-. ; tionVCdngress resolved to do nothing, and did. nothing for the country! Did nothing, do we say? We err; it did all in its power to strength en the majority, to. swell executive influence; to cfamp- the . energies and cripple the re sources of ?ou-. people. That was the first. great oror of the past dynasty. By. that sm itfeii.;- . Z'vv7-" 7:," :: 7A similar cause has induced President iiar-; t-Jin'n .to callan extra session. . The . wants- of Government nd the country have made it n matter, ot : necessity. ' liut not- now, ; as then, will the people be told that Government, can extend to them no relief: not now, as then will any-effort be made to strengthen party,, to add tp executive Influence; not now as then will Congress meet, and do-nothing, or,, what . is worse,-, act such a-way as to increasr present embarrassment, and deepen the gen eral distress. No. Other men fill the high -offices of State and" other and purer; princi ples will direct them. They know the extent of the people's sufferings, and they will labor in lessen and remove these suffering-?, and Congress, responding to this wish, and anima ted by the same elevated purpose, will act fore the relief of the country. - -y-7.il And that relief will come!; Aye friends! ye. who have been bowed down, ye who have hod y our fortunes shattered, SLud, what Lsworse. your faith shaken in the slabilUy cSX repub Uc, ye who have rejourned. Vh53 xu'Vj? and, the sacrifice of private mortis) c have. locked for Q 7:y a period. opener torn and bleedir-T-v- f""