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MARSHALL GO "NTY fei . n THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POORJACKSON. PLYMOUTH, IND., FEBRUARY 28, 1856. NO. 1(J. VOL. 1, f r HI ' - i : : i ' j -: vi -'' A A JiUSlN'KSS LHItEOTOUY. Busineß Cards n t ewn- thru- Iinw. inser ted under thh head, at 1 per annum. IVwoiw advertis:n;; in the P,nWct by the . ;m u, . nütlcd to a Card i i the Business Di- 4 1 ' ,-, without additional charge. rectorv iu-sbaU"cL ounti) Ilcmocrut JOB PRINTING OFFICE. We hav on Inn ! an extensive assortment of JOB X'-STES, And art- iivj.ared to cecute JOS! AXD l AXiV P Of evcrv description and ip'.a'.ity, sueu as CIRCtt.AKS, IANDRII.I.! LABiXS, f AMPIILETS, business cards, ei. amc deeds 4 mortgages; tATAMXJfiS. And in hört, Hl.mk of every variety and descrip tion, on the shortest notice. & reasonable terra "OlVmOUTII BANNER." KV u - J- KUKXS. riynuuth, Ind. Rrownlei 1N first door east oi II ifrv ' ' n tin- v.. ------ -.4ieh:g:Hi street,-. Plvmouth, Ind. 'D.vii: a KV-WS DEALER IN DRY i Good-ami Groceries, corner Michijr.ui and . IV -rte streets Plymouth, In J. C r almer, ii: vi.er in drv goods &, Gwene-, south corner La Porte and Mich-j ipm Mreet, riyu.:!., Id- ! f . Drv G kJs A. Giv-vnes, IMek .Store Midi-1 4m tn-ci lWuh, ln.l , J OIIX C'OL'GLE. DEALER IX DRY GOOD.Sj v.'A Gn.ctr!es,.; .r.:er of Mieuiui r.'a imoi strecv- pivm u:u, inn. 'H7 ESTERYEI.T X IIEUTi'," DEALERS V ia Drv Good & Gnfeerief, Plymouth, Ind. j C- 1 s! c LE A V El7vxT, DEAI'.R IX D!iY ' X. G. ,d. II.'r.Lvare, cte.,. . Plymouth, Lid. t M lis. Dl'NIIAM, M I bid N KU & MANTUA I M ik-r Plymouth. Ind. B ROWN X HA XT K Ii. hKALKUS IN"; s:.,vis, Thr-vArc, Kv., Ply mouth, Ind. j a "it.usiilm:. dkai.ku IN DRHo , and M. d:c:.nrs Plymouth, Ind. v. k. rcKa:).. . vinn:::; 7ACK.!:ii Jt VINXKDfJK, wiioi.i:HAhi: .V P.etad i;.- K-fH P'y n nit!'.. lud. V TiL'SIC." DKALK" IN" H J' CWUKts: iX, lVv:si,,u--, y- - ' ' s lOST k :i ;a!,k::sin :i Ind. tro--crie4 an i Vr-.' T W. I)AVI, .S.!)i)M: AND ilA'.'NK.: . Maker, IV 1 'i"!. Jl":- ; k n u y i i i: u c i: , dkalkk in ci.-.. ; thin.: i Furnishing G k Plyiu .ut:.. In !. i TOHN M' DA NN Kb, MANKrACTIJUKU i. dealer in IIooIm A. S!i-es, P.vin.Mi-h, la 1. i 4 YUKS HALDWIN. MANUFAt TFiiKii j. of IW-; A: tlioes, Piyiii nth, In h J OIIX (HPK. M A N L' FACTI.' ii KU OF j H'jjts Ä. iSlioes, .Plvm litii, lud 7M. U PIATT, .MAM' FACTl'IiKü OF: Cat.inet Ware Plym oath, In !. SI.UYTKil .v FIJANCIS, HOLVK CAKPF.N-r-:i Joiner- Ph month, In 1. "iffAÄrEs'vÄ N KIJJ I )L'S i: CA KPKNTKIt & j Joiner, B KNJ. IIENTS, HLACKSMITir, Phiaouth, Ind. A. K. HISIcr.S, BLACKSMITH, Plviiioinh.Iml, D Atll'KRPKOTYPI, UY J. K. ARM STRI )NC, Plymouth, ln.l. S 1AI.OON, HY M. II.TIHUrrS, Plymouth, Ind. MKIilCAN i IlÖiK, HY (I. P. CIIKRR V Vmi: .SON,. . 1 iMse.utli, Ind. 171IW :"R3MiOTKUHY W.C. KDWARPS, i Piv mouth. In.I. mV nrVp "n-mn vrv " vrT.ÄW T SMlTiKJICKCTni natM Y.t of civifized ' .fii,Crs. Lieut.. Livingston. He is ni v V of hhc bushes near l,y. belnad which : char;xc. read in international law ar.d history i T I . V. e-tstl-.' .d.chi-.in jt., Pum oadi, In !. ;, ' ,, ,. . 1 Juliette diagged her companion with almost i , . ... . ... t , ; umi! na , the vta.t ileu owca a 060. - - " - fa i h been celebrated m the metropolis of namesake, and I should feel proud to call j , , ., iter, ifthev rould see, hear, and know the ; t,ie aro- talkers ambition, too, has; r .rnthude to tho's barriers aü.vnst T''RKÄ,?r- j I i. iv-l "... ,,n,o of Ik. ' him m v rel,iv,.' Morlunna,, wrgy and K-re lJ j Riin " E j,,; com onc of t,, Utiat of.he speculator a,,.l ! vio,T Äersv I .in.. ,t-,. i ' '"t i - tierfcctl" ciueealed trom observation j no' ' . i , , . , . " "mivi'-wti-pi'p op diss,,lutellegent of France from tho French 11 eves were turned towards Ivrberl who ! ' ' ' T, , ' , Walker lacks every other nualitv to make ; list. He despises money, and has a great How is it now'. i ho temperance soc;- X.KI.10 n & ( ., MANI i-ACTl. RKui- Or , : iuiiku io.iius j-oci. wiiu j ( Fackenham and , , 1 . ' ' i . . r ,t . it ( t - -m 1 n.-irlv all ll-.ir oioinn..nrv or- Va Wallis Cam.tces & Piows, Plvmouth. Ind. , pi neer settlers. Other races have aided hUished as ho said- r , .. .. e , , , up the desperado and mod. 1 filibuster. A : distaste for the dissipations, and pleasures tu--. ' u.ur c.K.mporarv or . . . . 4 .i . , uius.u Teal, with the aids ot the former, v. ho was! ' ' , . . . e c. , . ! ganizations v the work -f reform, are dead; ..MIVv, , virion 4 t -ft--VCTI'R. ,n populating the crescent curve of the tur-1 ,:,.) , ' m-ill ilen' sedate meditative scholarly : and indulgencies ol our bout hern youtns. , . , . . , 41I.I,IN V Nllll)l, .ilAAL I .11 I l IV-, I I o . 3ie, Sil . 1.. ....f .Vi:.... 1.: .l..,.o 1. T..vi- "'"o io., hhuu.i.ih , wiuoi.ii i , o - .i.i.I iheir .ll snrootei .ir.' w.'irv anil J crs of S isa kr Ply.a outh, Inh Un i. muH . . .-- . cu mai a largv niniMi i )r;e nau oeeu lanu- , & Notnrv Pnl.ti.- Plvm uth. Iml. - : : od not -many miles distant, iK-nt on the con-: JJOR.U-KCoKBINATI.r.NI;nMATI;W,M tWn, T1U hiM, j v..,.,- .... anticipated, and the whole pormlation flew i HOIM;KS i PnltTLR, A' lORNIAh AI 1 11 ; j,.W, Plvmouth, In!. to arms. 1 he streets were Idled with the, -VmiI it' COIIHM .KY. NfiTARY PCRLIfl brave Kentiickian sharr. shoters. dressed ' Plvmouth, Ind. ! r j I f f UK J c;k HKO. A. LK.MO.V, PHYSICIAN, SUR-! . a. a V I hON v I)ni""it,. . . .PhltlOlltll, I"1'- Rrns iiRow.v, tiiy-sician k su KON Plymouth, Iwl niY.SICIAN k SUR-; Plvm mtli 'ilia' r Jf. JT U. DOOLITTLK. KCLKCTKJ PHY sie'un Plym u.!:, lib I). (SKA Y, KcLiCTIC I 'ii v -it i AN". 1 lymou:!.. Ind. K LINCiKR k URO. DKALKKS IN bU.u isKii etc, Ilvmoutn, J.io- PATTKKSON. DKALKK IN VA riouskindsofMeat, Plymouth, In I. ivrnv ta pi f p.v vf i p-rrr.i . .... i .iiii.ij , son, Plunouth, In t. i AUSTIN KULI.KR, MANI KACTURKIt And dealer in Flour PIvia nth, lud. : H ENRY M. LOGAN & Co., DEALERS IN j Lumler, &c Plvmouih, Ind. "TT OS EPH POTTER, SADDLE k HARNESS Ci M.ikrr, Plvmouth, In t. IIH;c;iNl$'TIIAM, PHYSICIAN & SUR- Mounted volunteer adiutants galloped about I sieur Duponceau . i : n i v i'i .'.rw..it ii in i i - i . -,T7r,7r. i- .w.TT;. "u" orucrh' a,m u,,; m,)rc um,, sougni icai roue uy uiesiuo oi juiinie, uiu i : , . , ( , , , . proceeded to New Orleans, where he hung , ege ot nor Mgns. anü moy conversed with j Who wnnJers ihat crime 1 IX Vi?V:iiv ' ' ' PU-....1.I.' in.i. iensolatioii in the placards rontaining the , brief answers to his many remarks showed , , . . x-. i r.. ! ..nt ldc. i.m -i nii.m.M- m. I .M,.dl..r ! meat facility, the medium of their con vor- ! Who w under that ice X. ...... j - uc:ii nigh wuiijo. iiui iimiiv noma uiei , ' "o" . vU.,o, ..v. . o ' - i ir w.nKxxCT.piivsiriAXAsrit. ! "' '," " "T1"". i T , ? T ' 'i;st":' ''' T0" f ;-'"- '' J ; " ' v";,,bt WiTrt " "'",ir "j'V i Ä itÄ w ' " II . . - ... ... : r.r.iri-.l.i-f w in fitstin.,1 tlim tl.nl tl.r. wl-.r lifrp.iv in!irifet ;inil lli.il v;i h ,t w . n- , . . ....o W K,. ....a rl,.,l,l ..... .....i....,!. ' ' "" 14 ' ld.U., riymou-n, mi. " .. , x; ! - .. . v . , "J to (ien. Jackson. Uious tastes ol alUer were not adapted to umsuikk ,s,.u,u- , j fl (f (M,ristiani'v - ill .. .I, .. i.-.i'.M j.nti.M Villi IllhllilliU II III I 1,1-A. II III f thit llilhl'H it tlwk A mm OOMI.' ll 1 I. . .. a ,1 1 .. 1 . 11. ..-.7i MivirVVv 1 " ' " "'! " " w ".. "." o - ,. .i;,,....,.. ...1 l!,H,tv.o , LMonledtheen- tlie lmslnns practical habits of the i.cot.le:'"S mTn,j,.ea me,r nwrnniiv, :. oe- if jls f(lUlllI,r ,.. SI.t hi AMERICAN HOUSE, O. P. CHERRY k ; ... wns Wl. , ) .... Wt. o,:kc c 1. a id rank Son, Prooru tors,, .Plvmouth, ln.l. . . . I ...I ..... ... . I ,M f..'Ct I .-...(. . I f ............. B AR BE RING AND HAIRDRESi'INCJ, BY Alfred Billows........... lilymoutii, Ind. M ITCHl'i r. A- WIIC.OT. MAMIIFAHTTT. Tri f FJor?, ,ve... ... nmouth, Ino gtlcrtclr )odni. THE OLD HOME. SY GLE WTLLEV. Fain would I visit once again My nativff, sunny hills; Would wander o'er the meadows green. And 1y the laughing rills. Would roam again, the dark wild wood, Where oft in happy hours, . With gav vovaig friends in mirthful mood, We culled the brightest flowers. In fancy now, I'm carried back To other, happier years, And along life devious track, A world of Miviles and tears. The valleys green are all unchanged, And e'en the giant trees Still tower aloft, and thro them plays The perfumed evening breeze. Tint stranger forms are wandering there, No welcome greets üy ear. And sad at heart I turn away, To hide a truant tear. I turn away in mournfulness From strrngc enquiring eyes, And bend my footsteps where I know A loved and lost one lies. Tie willow droops above th" grave, And through its ouiv 'ring leaves, The zephyr sighs as if it, too. In sorrow with nie grieves. I thought to find loved friends, but ah! The marble renr? its head, Their names are there, but they alas! Are numbered with the dead. A ITSV7 BY c;ryRfiK T. Mi.Rl-.IS. TliankGoil for pleasant weather! Chant if, merry rills! And clap your hands together, Ye exulting hi!L! Thank Ilini, teaming valley ! Thank Him, fruitful plain! F.r the golden sunl:ine, And the silver rain. Th u.k Clod of flood t!ie giver, Vi:t it, .prtive breeze! Ki';.f nd, oh tuneful river! T-.i th ii ) M;:v' trees. . ..; it. ia. -J. i i! .nli. . . . a: : -en T...:'': n f'nt.l; -giving F.Vi-rv i:v:!ir !i!n! " '; I, :. ei fid spirit, .. V. !V Ol loVe, F"r t w e ti re ii.tn rif. An ! r.r h ) e ah ve! "..' r- i! n it'ire ". . v :-. ;n her o:rth, V.".: r (I 1 in t.leas.mt weather, i "a tho earth! bid 'fa her of waters,' and the hand of in novation has leveled the old cathedral of St. Louis, whose time-honored bells long J U 1 1 ETT K I) rPOXC K A U. -.-ilene sir. if vou please sternly repli-1 T ll "Yu. w!)ilst (!,.n,nilK.,d and reprobated by the and civil st, ife, a , olid and real govern- all things to remember that all were tho ....... . ; an.', from thence they went into the garden, j . . e e -i . . . i .i. ' ... ... i- .1. . ... t. .! i i.:. ! children of a common l ather. In those j A Tale of the Battle of New Orleans. od Col. Livings'.on, 'were (ion. Jackson to ... , i iooiisciviuiu-icw, iicht hu m hinuw in.jiimn. iui me uik um auim u u nun ( ! Traversmo-us broad parterres, tiiey almos ; , , . r i w n . c. tt ttme, vte had s cietie- l-or tne promotion jhearvoatalk so, your head would not bo j 1 , Jf , . enthusiasm and sympathy of the popular Walker possesses great fitness. He is stu- f tc.mnoriR(.f. nnj f,.h c, upj oubted virtues i i encountered a party of promenadms, who t ... A . . .. , -., .. .. . ... r oi u mpt r.un t .umo.uu uuwuuica ouu, ; no pe.v. rERi.KT rooRE. I worth a stalk of su"ar cane. But I must I ... ,! ' . : mass of this great, progressive, filibuster- dious, deiilHM:ue, inte.igentand veil inform-jan.i tj,,. influence, grille but powerful. ; I leave you. friend Duponceau, for I only j M th?, 1,!iner ll0,tO MU lh i ing republic. ed. Secretary Marcy and President Fierce was fdt everywhere, in every city and vil- Phm ,un, In.h j CJ . y . . (Wnt chv t i mtt (SM.1l r ,lM, lf , ,ur miKt roVl:lh' , r: ltuna.eiy, there was a .arge , ...... , , , v.m SoOI1 discover that he is fully as well ; loge. in every neighborhood, in every rinr f.itli ihn morrv n.rism pliiniM - im 4 iii.imiuus gi.iii,.iuU iwiuiu. . ; if rehi'5 in To.-reve i new r.. l) trvmg the maciiinerv oi government; rang loi in mo mern v-nrismas onimes . , , i,!!.-.;.!! ItdJort.. Tr.mo I ;,.. .- .1 i e drawling m speech, modest, shrinking and l1 1,,I-. moi ioii. 10 crc.vo a ih te- . . ', i i . e o i r i n , health mattemoisollc Juliette, come j.ieu- 4 1 cs, there is no n.vd of wailing kr re- . . , . , i i r.u - c . en ' the Mime Law batle-ax; f homing for dun- ! y. 1 1 dosen, ,n I. of fax an,! o tel. , tcl!Ht(. A,,,re Ju,i,.,c ,vaSal,!,. to ,c-vor ! inforccn.cnts. fur .1,,, KmUiu-lUns i V "O'. 15 , P," c3.mP. I" liV ,& 1 i g,s. l.s an j kiis; .,,rni,. .Jkate aa.l S " ""'"V"1 "f, ".rno-. .-ordmlly ol- fmm n M smm;U (f ,hft hwrecs j ,;u g y fcar vourm, ; very lat man in a hundred millions 1 ral Amorn-a ,S las mm. and l,c . w,U roa.l, , ,ur.t,:oir o-and nomWing. s..,n, ebratetlicasln-ntol him uhobrouliiTraco , , , . ,...,..,: : ,i,. .iuhi-, i r i ,i i .ti .' i i- . , would 1 pickod ut as th loader in the spite of the opposition of Many and iim..s, w0 suppose, why did not anni- i t ..:ii h..r,Tch,.ar,I lo.icatin m the ili,.iuc. fimi ,,. watchword -Ueay and l,oiv, . .v...,; l.i!,-,. A-..,-, lit,- There was one Christmas eve, however, , T , . , m . .. , . e . , , , ,. ,' -Duponceau said leal, with a look of ( lhat of lol I ) when war clouds dimmed!. . . , . , . v ' i intoiKo Vfilivtwliiiii .is l Rnw Iii l:i?tt ! the enjoynKiit of the New Orleans holiday i ir . ,,,,,,,, t .- . . ..... i . ., i,. :.: , r , . , , .... , i in a semi -savage fcarh and rnrr in- their! -- --- J ry heavy rifles, while occasionally would pass . ... . .t . . lwlr r.f l-A.n.lor tr.w.na r.r n ..,,-e , f v.J. ' unteor French residents, many of them old , soldiers of Xnpoleon's victorious armies, j An !:ew J i' hson is in command of its de- f-ni-rs.' A ', ii c - f advnneo l,a large house , i'i he in;. 1 1. 1 u'i i-'i t y " is bi illian 1 1 v li fht ! r-d "'"1 idled will, gaily tlressed iruests. i . o , It v::ii ti.o rr: ; dei:C!; of one cf th.e old French i ll ;io.t tii-.-, r:eru: Hupoaceau, the owner j of three ;d iible j lan a ius near the city, j whi l. t!u- tin.o, wull become the ; o ,;.. r;y of his lovely d f.tgl.ter, Juliette, j ., r ... -. I i"" j ''' -5 """ !" ,MS ''- 'ivities. l!er ' 1 ; i' " - l'u : i :;i.d, . i ,., ., !,. y I er J . ..... i. .'.' I . .' ...-( ...I I ... ,t .... i ''gl' o-ou gave u a I lene.l xpiossioti lo u r((U!1 ;-.r--. T o f s iv v " i:- 1 oiiov T I or be ro h- Iiio;.. ,n a II. t i wii-'iu sue ie.es ei. ... t .. I .1 fV i tie, v iiii oi; ii.T ii. ii j ; i s oi is iiiisriii.i, bul Julh. t know also tl a .t was avari cious, ill-ten p -red, ai.d old enough to be her father. TWp in TMidon, h cami to New Orleans as a cabin boy now, the name of John Teal was good for half a mill ion of dollars, and Monsieur Duponceau had received him as the suitorof his daugh ter. One visitor alone had been welcomed to the fair hostess with a smile, while the rich current of her heart sent its crimson tide j across "n ;r countenance. Yet he, strange ' to say, offered no congratulation, and look-) cd crrave as lie addressed some common- tdace remarks, a'thoivh there was a bright ; look of earnest inquiry in his clear blue eyes, It was Egbert Livingston, a gallant- j lookinir, vounc: lieutenant in the Uni;ed States artillery, who had been stationed at New Orleans about a year. Having been ! m.ido the rose tints mantle her classical ! features, and her heavy cye-lash s quiver with emotion, as if an "electric current had passed from Egbert's eye into her own. - As the young officer gazed on her charms, ! hope and love struggled in his troubled I soul with doubt and fear, and he fancied i that he was hoarding his affections like a! miser, secure from even the observation of! others. In this he was mistaken, for the; wary Teal watched witli a jealous eye, and soon determined that she must be removed ! from thceocietv of Lieutenant Liviu'.on. j i I he other ifuosts, bent on their own enjoy-1 . ( j I , e ,i . i , i m?nt, followed the solicitations of the host, J i 4 i i i ! who was urjrontin pressing Iiis irood el-.eer iupon their acceptance. Ihe quests were II 4 It ii i - i i l i 1 ; almost an ol Irenen descent, ana oasnv i forgot the threatened capture of the ci'v in l their iovial merriment. Just before mid-i hi rh linivnr i st"(V f.frii'Pr r?ov,(l on. ' noiincmg: ! -Welcome, my dear Livingston,' said , ! Monsieur Duponceau: '1 had given tip all : hopes T seeing von here, (or I h0:ir( voll had lecu appointed an aid to (Jen. Jackson. . . . - andsupposed.ia taking up Steuben's tac - lie in place of the civil code, oti would i forget your old friends.' I Teal, in a sneoring tone. -The English will ; t i i . i i I i commit no depredations, and I have as go d t . t. t , .. . an opinion oi julin uuil a l üaveoi irotn- ! er Jonathan.' es, Lieutenant, Gen. Jackson wishes you for spicial duly, and my orderly has! She was alone . ' ' . t ' . , guest depart, 'let us get our horses and out f Jour P on the bayou , i , .... . ... . bt. Joan. ihe Cl'.y Will Soon become a . . .. e , -k. and no place for jw daughter Hut arc not the Britih d ining in that , . 9, JirvctIon 'Never milnl! to tell the vou truth, I have a safeguard, and have not half the fear of tllC lllitisll tllUt I ll.lVO of this Gelt. JackS"Il ana 1,15 nneineii. Junt as the sun rose a party left Moil 's house on horseback. they otiered resistance Amcic.itiH cotiquered!' exclaimed Juli- otto. 'Nover! They may be repulsed, driv- on back for a time, bill they never can be ' conquered!' Then thinking that Kgbert would be in the fray, she pictured to her- self the sanguinary contest, Umii the evirnts of which her future happiness or misery must depend. It was early ikm.ii when they loaoliod their journey's end, where, to their . . . . ..... surp: iso, tl.ey fmnd the liniish arm. (roi freouentlv in company with Juliette Du-l1 to death! 1 leading a head-ache as an : was (..U1 ,rl lt : t ie arms of her lover, who1 ..tlr ;er;Sn, in 11 ,.f vhl.d, Vhor m. I J i! nJ VKC 13 nnn,M hn hid mndi doen imnreasion ! excuse, she left the table and retired to her; f)V ws ,.1,0, l,r.l wl on 1 tbo .rb-ilv ' ! . - .i,,.,ce ..d tt,.,. ''n nv,n.s-.er that n-orilis: nr.r.,1 br hrt ,ni1 mr ovo,, nnr. tbo ' OWll 100111, where old Cato, a tlUSlV f llllilv t.V lf hr.r l,.l.c n, fi.lrt lw. tT, ,V " ' ' 4- wi 1. J .r 1 1 1 I""' ' Mm - v.j v- v . . . . , . . ...v-j v i. ....ii dii.i..C inii iiuu nun ill u.'i nt.ia vi H iiuihih I lSlb'Cl'ill)' Jil'.U V Ice 11 evening of her betrothment. his coming! s,?rVilIll was sunimoih.. i.tii nt 111 J i rcurn(rd, and when she saw Teal nnd his! wild youths, r.roceedhiff to conquer an em- izens. if na as Chris.ians. j 'Nay,' replied Col. Livingston, u is to j ,1,en spnu'K to his t-et. 1 her- could be, William Walker U the verv reverse of ; in California. His subsequent caiver is too d cheating, and against pride and '.... . , , , ', . , , i im titUtikin'r the fovm and f at tiros of Juli- ' , , n i . i i r . t .i i r i 'extortion: whoa ho appealed to all men l i aid in the tlefer.ee of old f iends that j . no miM.iKing ine k .m anu i-aimta ti dim , ,jie character generally assigned to him. ! fresh m the minds of our readers to justiiy ; virtmt- livt " am! Fave virtuous ex- Ihave hid down the toga f,r a staff U1,i. j fe, but she, placing her tiny hand upon j wjo ,uv n tho Ul of ,vgardino; him an extension of this article by the detail of j ZtnZ., out into th- highways and ! f .nn.' W i his moUt"' cl;i-ckel1 ,,is "tterance. 'Hush, I as a YocU,. desiienulo and adventurer, a h.is wonderful victori-s, escapes, reverses, ! byways in seaich of the down-trodden; to Don't alarm the ladies.' interrupted i a" 1 f,,1,oW me s,e wl,,sPr0(J' ,n A lrcnui" speculator in revolutions, a restless lover ! and final success, and concluding a long ; preach ensdation to the atllioted, repent- 1-1 1. . 4" .- ...... . . .1.. .1 . , i" 1 11 . I. t ,,, acKuni.am i:.ving lis i oau-quar eis a: Moiifcieui Duponceau's I ouse. Through some inline n co brought to bear by leal, they were permi. ted to occupy a few rooms, and the Knglish General insis ed on having ihem dine wi.h him, an iuviiadon which Monsieur Duponceau Mi was a command, and urged his daughter to accept. She re luctantly accompanied him to the table. The conversation soon became general, and hr attention ttoh arrettd br an account of the capture of a spy, only a few hours previous. Well remarked a young lieutenant, 'as I am in the artillery, and maybe sent to reconnoitre myself, I can but sympathize with the poor fellow, but the Gcn:ral says he must remember Andre.' 'So he will be- shot?' carelessly enquired captain of dragoons, I imagine so. Suppose Ave fend him a bo'ttle of wine, for that summer house must be a dreary place for a man to pass the last night of his lifetime in. Wonder if lie is any relation to the Livingston who was Yankee minister in Paris?' JuHtc hau heard enough. Egbert Liv-jorl i. . . lnorston was certainly a pnsoner, conucmn-, Z a shi: was 1011 'lio,!C' &, c sat a" 'l window which commanded a view of the .,. f .ars wore ba:iisned) and fih(? fv.lt j summer house, in that state of mind which ( hcr hi.,,Jen iic.art.string9 viIjra.e ;vilh j1)V !11 true hearts have experienced. One ideaus he toJ hig j. yQ i ruled in l.er every faculty, and guarded j Pence was proclaimed, and Egbert Liv- l!Cr ever)' 'g'- 1 lie watenwora was. Egbert mtiM. ue ikc. u.iaioouu, sö,lt b.v Gon- J u Kconnoitro, had U"MI "li "4l'" 3 v ll at lie h:A l cen l,ie(1 as a SP.V- condemned to a traitor's death. Impns-, ifl of ,ar sun,mor houses ..i: ..... t . i. i.,..,. ..e 1 " ' .-MC. l,e endeavored to pass his Hie in re- 'i -' "c 1 view that he m!"ht prepare for his fate. ' l,Mfc 1 t tne x:ur i-n oi ou.: .ii'i.f r..c M.vti i! i 1 in O 1t I fl T .'KL JT H II 1 ll li I - approached, ho fell into that uneasy slum- ,. ... . .... ber which crowds one halt the mind witn Inch crowds one halt the mmdwitn, real dreams, but leaves the other half j scdK-nlive to n wikin"-sene of 9r. ! . aint io a w.iKin., ben oi sur , - ! ,i ,( i ing object. U hile in this slat. , al- cllllllOrCal d coniusi tolllu,1! ni, uaoi'. mmu iu uumt vas awake or asleep, l.c saw a female lig- . ..i i.. . . i . ... . j .... . .. . i . . . ... . : UK vm 1 u from hi e nch he hrcn'blossly watclied it,om ,l,0 )UCh' 1,0 u,ta'1-1 hS,J a'( lKfl ; unul ll)C ,,,tnulor entered a zone of moon- I light that streamed acros the floor, and ous ol0- : Imprinting an ardent kiss upon the hand , . . :n fairlv nvesonh'd ore it could be with- - ' drawn, Egbert followed his guide through .nUl ,.oT,h ,. , . ; i moonilgliti , , ! colon ! sA J j, tM.y approached ti e cone Teal's Cyc.s gleamed in the en i.llo v:i fid' wniil . nml we. fIMer.-il will .i .i ii. r lai-.e i no lanus. vs ur -v- . 1 1 1 ...1 .1 . 1 had p issed out of l eai in-r Juliette whisper 1 od 'Come'' Meeting norther interruption, j . . . 5 ' they gamed th.e negro quarters, were Catoj stood holding two saddled horses. j 'Mount,' sai.l Julielie. 'ami hasten to the city. Cato knows the cross-roads, and 1 ! .o moiy v a iie.u u, ana v i;en me gi oupe pray you may anivc safely.' IJut you, Julitdte, dear Juliette, can you llrt ' Drive back the British' interrupted ' the noble hearted ghi, 'and then we will re- isunv this conversation Adieu.' '1 hen tunrng, she returned to he; house with a .. . firm step, although there was a dewy fence.' Need we narrate the preparations for the deadly struggle of the Oth of Januarv? In vain did the flower of the British army ap- p roach the low breastwork, along the top' of which a deadly fusihtdo wax poured fioin 'lie heivv K"ntucky rifles: battallion ... ... 4 .1 1 .1 . 0 . at.cr I i tiilioa i -n oy me lire oi u.o snarp- ; shoo ers. N . bly did Gen. Jackson and his : h'joio phalanx sustain the honor of the st.ii ly flag beneath which they fought, and the Crescent was well defended. 'Lieuten ant Egbert Livingston said the stern hero in his report to'the President, 'not only distinguished himself by the constant fire which he kept up from his battery, but was among the foremost in pursuing the fugitive.' ergeiic siddier. '1 have promised to k.-ep of the great Southern mart. He did n.t ,,e a reconciliation could be eflccted. the jXothing lodges, and in eihoi ting the peo these Hi itishers from New Orleans, and by ! succeed at law, therefore; and requiring .vug This vent gave a tinge j pie to v ote for this or that political pam ? the Eternal they shall not come he.e, though j some vent for his 'pent up' ideas, connect-1 melancholy to the thoughts ami charao- j the pulnh . some of those misets do not deserve any de-led himself with the Crcstnt newspaper, j ter of U alker. Icrhaps, as many ol his. . fti . Juliette, in the vicinitv of the contest, bad" been the victim of an intense excitement At length Ca to brought the welcome tidings that the British had been defeated, and in a few moments a party of horsemen rode up before the house. As they dismounted, she recoirnized in the leader the detested Teal, and bcareelv could she lock her door ere he knocked at'it, demandingadmittance. T ,. . 111 1 Juliette made no reply, but sank on her knees in mute agony, placing her tru t in a heavenly power. Soon .iher footslops were heard in the hall, and then, after a brief sculhe, the w( . . I known voice of i.iroert Livinrston reouest - 1 j o i atniitta,K.0. Ilislng f,um i(rrknees Ju.;ofthe prosecution, and fought a duel with slao;gored to the door, unlocked it, and oan- carried to Gen. Jackson's head ouar- ; j ton lono: abl v Jisclia rqed from the military service. Only a few days later he headed a joyous train tint entered the old cathedral, the bells ringing their merriest peals, and loud chants of praise sweeping in triumphant m flowCf of t))C xk melody to heaven. The orious army graced the Juliette, before the nuptial i and perils which beset him in the deeper-' ii i r i . i - . x j 1 ' .mui.wi u. u--.;m world; and a reh ineo, in the.r stead, upou altar, Avas the object of undisguised admira- i ate strait into Avhich lie was driven. With coercive enactments, to be enforced by se tion. j Ids score of ragged shoeless risen or rath-: vereand sometimes abhorrent penalties. j er boysfrom San Francisco and New Or- In ollK'r words, the tendency lias been to GENERAL "WALKER. ' i ,j-kf .-r t rr-r t i . i it t t t t l 1 f -1 i. r.., v.r IIIS I.OVE AFFAIRS, KTC. verv general misconception prevails tiroU,fi'Ilt'tlc countrV, and especially in . , , . , , . i( )e(n ro ;inv to ihc character, mo- . antecedents, principles. &c. of the young man wlio has recently placed him- j " Jf " , ierJ of ,l!Tair3 i, Nicaragua. An intimate fri-nd has supplied us with ' . . . . , ,1- , information relative to General alkei , M h uq d()Ui,t bt i,,.;,, to our readers, and may be regarded as authentic, k 'VI llMtUl ill It I t'llll.l"iiO O IV .7 1 IV O-J lwvvAjatti4MvVV.-'M . v V'iV lVVliw I w of war, !d.HKUliel. itssti a(ed to deeds of , , . , , . r i lawless violence by the hope of redeeming desperat, fortunes, r th.e ambition to fig - ure before the worhl m a cr.aracter, which, 1-omelv man. apparently but little vers 1 in the practical atlairs of th.e world or in the ' knowled"-e of man- slow delibera'e and ' i ' s this estimate of Walker's character which . ris led io niinv i er;ons to re'ard his ..is ku o i.iany j.eiso.iM o uuu ins 1 is Prose,,t Sl'1,erae of Anglo- Americanizing lho ,ral tUU ild and ()uio-ic General William Walker is thirty-three years of age. and is the son of a highly re- spcoiable merchant and president of an in - I I J I t I " II I I lit I I.1K11ION in: 1 1 . L H1".tll-Il. A L : l . surance company in Nashville Tennessee. ; mislortune drew towards her the sympa- it l n i l . i thies and regard of all tender-hoirtcd iior- He received an excellent scholastic and j " 1 . . . 1 colleoiate education, and at an early agejs- N h h" characteristic on.inalitv ' commenc-d the study of medicine. In the i . proseciuion of his studies he visited Paris, ' ....... On his return home he abandoned the med- I.. . ,, , . i profession and hxk to that of law, in i'ii i..j. i i.V.? . . l which no grauuaieu wiui uisiinction, anu then a new and vigorously conducted journ al. Assisted with J. C. Larue now Judge Larue and with S. F. Wilson, one of the editors and proprietors of the J'ica- inne. Walker soon began to make his mark in the columns of the Cresroit. His arti cles were characterized by thoughtfulness, by a coiiservatixe spirit, and a supreme contempt for all demagoguoism. Among his ablest and earliest contribtt j lions to the Crescent wore certain articles against the tendency of Americans to in vade the territory of their neighbors, and in ridicule of the designs of the filibusters. A fierce controversy on this theme arose between Walker of the Crescent and Walk er of the Delta, the latter being the first of 1h filibnr-ter journilif t in the South. Tho; 1 M 1J7 1 1 A I conservative tone of the Crescent nearly destroyed that journal, and necebsiuitd the retirement of Walker, who emigrate to San Francisco. Before this event, how- einsr invo.ved in a personal quarrel,,.. , . , . .. T ,1.. 0 11 .States, 111 the la5t live rears. JJurmo; the with the editor of the Spanish paper La , s:unc pcrj0(t Christianity, in most of tlw 'atria, he proceeded to the ofiice of the editor and severely flogged him. In San ' Francisco Walker'soon attracted notice, as i r , i- e 1 ; ouo of the editors of that very pugnacious ' journal, tl:e .San Francisco Herald: got in- I to a nuanel v iih one of (he Judges, was 1 imprisoned to r contempt; impeached the : Judge before tho Legislature, displaying ! , , , -Ii : .Toat ab: itv and hnuencc in the conduct r 1 ; one of the Jud-es friends. After several pire from Mexico. The very desperation . t ibis qucs.ion; for the community of the enterprise contributed" to the kio-' il!,d interested in it. lt .... . . ... : is our niiht to answer it, al6o, if we are cess, which for some time, crowned Y alk-. su,)mk our answer to the scrutU cr's cilorts. He achieved several victor- j !iy a)Ki CriiH-im of both the political and ies over greatly superior Mexican forces, ', religious communities. and inspired them with such a fear of his! We say, then, in the exercise of this rifles and revolvers that they would never! llirit P??1 deplorable SUU; .-f ... , . ,. ,.,! ! thing-s, can be attributed, with perfect jus- come within shooting distance of his little, tjW( l0 this bh.,e Uciih:lt for lheJia5t party, but hung on his rear, and cut olfj ten years tie constant tendency in the ruor his communications. The indomitable ' al and religious world has been to an aban spirit and intense earnestness of Walker ! donment of those instrumentalities pointed Uustained him through all the suffering M , i . i ; ! leans, he continued to issue proclamations: l. ... . 1 J . . a C 1"M" W W rearing ii .e Mgnaiure oi u nnam waiter, Prerrideiit of the K.-pui)lic of Lower Califor - nia. The world regarded this as a lattgha - ' ble joke, n.etc baga'eUe, but Walker "was ! t i i i ... i i m earnest. Indeed, earnestness and sen- . . it j ousness are hts prominent traits. He js a i man who i.evcr laughs or jokes, and is m- ! sensible to ridicule or sarcasm. Finally. . . . ... .. . ! alker. being re luced to starvation, and i r o 1 1 i having but six men to follow h.m, retired, like Marshall Ney before the Cossacks j w'uh Iiis face to thr foe, and anived safely and bloud v revolution in a State containing ! i ir -ir e 1 . t a half million of people, an 1 estab.-Tshmg 1 amid the ruin and chaos of centuries of : misruio and evil strife, a solid an 1 real i He is equally ignorant of cards and cock- I tans, cigars and cogniae. He is in tact a ! ' n . i e i i man of intellect and sentiment; of a hi -h The history of General Walker, like that I . - , . A . e . ot ad men ol mark, is not tre troin the ro- . ! mance of love as well as that of war. j j Whilst a law student in New Orleans, he conceived a warm attachment for a verv ; , interesting young hdy who was bom ', j - educated, , ; a:,(1 was (,f vcr.v 0:itflSlnS nianners. Her ; j'11 Fcuiianty oi leeiing and sentiment, l.ll 1. 1. 1 j " " ,aim, l'Kam',rca "l , 1..J.. I 1.:.. 1 r"1"""1 "y"., o.i.l f. n I ... ,..... V. .... ' '4 II I ISt l.l 11 11 ll.l- l--U U19IV".tlliril" ") er haP,n un-, 3, .u..llv cj-,.;,,;.,. fcas ub. l.s f ri'-ithr II. koiio i.mi?r.-il i tt.t1.'l . . - 0-- r... ...,... frlvnds thought, it produced the great change. in Ids character which ensueda! change, from the quiet modest student to' the bold, d aiing dauntless, revolutionist' and warrior. X. V. Herald. ' ... , - TO A TATF.R. Oh, Iiisli fruit, how well vou mit Tlie cause of 'human inter!" Whnt now i there that cau compare With thee, oh, floury tater? Kiilneyor rounl, I will IcIkuikI You'll Maud old hunger's racket : Sometimes iiihadi, ometinjes a r.i.ih. And sometimes in your jacket. II jw oft have I heheld tho maids Your shiny kivcrings peling; With pintcd knives dig out your eye, As if you had no feeling; Or on a prater rub you, tater, Lik n.nv o'leT ITni,-l Ftater. ! Increase of Crime, Decline of Religion, and the Cause Thereof- It is undoubtedlv true that crime has in- 1 of 1 in TiAorltr nil th , old hiatus has been at a perfect standstill. ! 111 "0 ci;y ol .New ork, we are reliably j 'f"eJf there are not so many ChrwtLai, ; communi -ant3 outside of the Catholic ciUU (.h aä ,jierc vc,e u. yCar3 ago; and al- most everywhere ?lse tie same or simil;r : results are shown by undoubted sUitistit , : iWl adnn'.toil by the highest authority : i - . . . . . . , bomethi:ig h.is produced these result; : 1 .t . 1. . .... 1 : quii in-r wh it it is. If Christianity really .1 1 1 1 1 1 ii' 1 ! i- 1 i 1 in 1 1 1.1 1 111. w 1 11 Jii iv . 1 11 if- ! possesses the beauties and virtues attribu- really the hideous s and poets have that Christianity icreasinir- Ascit- we have a riirht iolu VM v "Piurof anorain abandon the enYctive influences of other . , , , . - times, and resort to the machinery of rov- .,.,,i.i.1ki ulrii,.wr ..r-m...! ' desirable in the matter of morl improve- ' ment. I Ti: - llri"- ad---f .r can recoik-j- it : when the Christian minister spoke c'a- .. ( , . . , , 1 s'oiiallv ' the beauties and steadfast pien- j OJr,, ,:f Christianity; when he t-ld us that . the way of the. transgressor is hard, wink . the way f the b-liever U toit ai.d !-"'". -ia, v'" ?"V"c:.1 7 "cai V, against tlie ?nares and pitfalls ot t!ie world, ...i,.,. t,0 t;ß that most easily beset theni,"against''int.. Irrance and bigotry, "a- : gainst oppression of the poor, against ly & U1' v.To'.gu-H-, ana laitn 10 ' le bk-; to attend to the sick, visit those id ; (r hnn and cothe tbc M. j.,. t(, ),,. ;j!(if cUe and sincerej to r- t suade men, rather than drive them, and m j W(,ni wilh a liv,, v,,.lrs e,.asaje a,r;lhöt ir.- tempc-ta iee and its accompanying vices I .i .1 v i i 'n-i i throng i the ph ie:u cnann.d. Iheyhavo it i i r , td vi-dd pencahly to their mandates. i And this new madness has gone into the i -n . ' ehurt h. 1 lie minister has become a to:i- th-ian. and told us who and what to vote fr. In tl,; morning wo have tho Main L:lv l" afern..n. anti-Nebraska and the Wilm.t Proviso; and in tho eveniu-. Kuow Nl,1;i:i,im. Thi. admit. his ljot ln,; ,.f oiy t.hurth mry minister. Some denominations have kept mcmseives out or me winripj. i; nü m ''h''. thcri have been many noble instan- 0cs of a r.Tu.il t oxch.uige roHgion ir rnd- Wws Ncverth.eles.s. enough has teen wi:- o.! to sicken and disgust the com rati. 1 1 .1 1 . . 1", V" Vu i1"19 lo ve h.ie alreadv ict 'iivd. I he iiroeont 7 . , i.as increnseil? flourishes? Who murder?---uM the fam have reached. time in Know :ajVOl;lto cf chains and dunireons. W- Mwe, (ft. I.) Post. Can't You Thkow a Little o That in. 'Can you take ofTmybnird here?' said a grave, tall, slab sided Yankee, to an Alha- 1 ny barlx-r, finding at the same time Iiis ; c'iin, wilh a noise like: a g ater. 'It's a ! light baird; what d'yer fax? Three ten:s for a light lieard ain't it? Yes 'Waal go ahead then While the barber was rasping thre cen's I worth from his chin, his 'sitter' saw an an i distant putting cologne upon a custrnjor'a hair, through a quill m the cork of a bot tie. L ok o' hero squire sai 1 the Yankee, 'can't you squirt some o that peppersaM oat.) mv had, tew? Fay, can' you throw a littP o that in for ihre rnt? I ) : i .