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ATl'RDAT, JrNB 2, 1838. The Hon. S S. TVentisv th& ehrmtn champion f llfisifsippr rights end bon er in the 'lower boose of our 'National strict, construction ot the constitution, can possibly support aucb a latitudinarien aneesure a measure obviously and so grossly in violation f state independence and sovereigntyis beyond -our compre hension. The Hob. Mr, 'Calboun, not many legislature, left Ytcksbtirf,;. bis , place of years aince, was prepared to resist, even residence; on' the 17th uJtimov'for TWh-1 WJ ,0" ' necteu io cu ington city where it k (bought be will ubicn It derived it eiiiUae. AndjMcKim successor from Balti ow those wko coottnd io earnestly fori mor have both iaken their allelic I MnMttKttoliAri j-vff I It a eoMulitntian M 1 seats, mtea.our memoer are admitted, the, cumber nf, true and faithful whigs will equal i not exceed that of the Van Ik renites, coeservative and iail. On all the most important que tions the conservatives rote with the iviiigst o liat he party's rireoonderancek in the lower house is at an end. What a ' sider n invasion of I be rights of tbe state to wbicb be belonged, iu a case ieconc:i- rrire only in time to be admitted' before , ably less wao.ltstaod m no degresee so the adjournment of'tbe present session, attreeious.' And yet be supports this ei Mr. Word preceded Mr. trunks severel l'gt measure with as much Seal, as change1 has been Wrought since .i.vs. A ration P.,d .h. Senate: to ll;, 7'" lVXJTVL. Mr Van urtn became Presi i. will a ill iu csa&vii tui v 11 wwami. ii nest s tun . . - . tdjcmin on Monday Ibe 4'b instant; but lenience of (be Union. dent, at-WUICh time there Was H whether the house concurred with the Ifihe Bank of the .W.ited Slates cf majority ot a&out lorty yaa Dll leonyania has violated the law of lb Irenites IB the HoUSe. After the bute wb.chestabiiShedi..by tbe law of a(mi8(liun 0f the Mississippi (he Mate rimosl be punched. But no , .. . : j .t .V eitraneous authority, not even tbal of tbe members It IS computed that the nation, can interfere with such a coroor memherS io actual attendance ation. nd the attempt to do so, oitjbl to alarm every State in the Union for Jbe safety of its own sovereijnty and inic pendence. Con. Courant. - Senate in (bat retolution or mot, we have Dot heard,' But U is supposed not. Tbe Sub-treasury bill has failed to be come a law,' by the obstinate and deter mined opposition of the people's repre sentatives. Thanks to the returnic; good ense and independence of their constitu ents for that. Tbis favorite measure of Mr Van Buren for conducting and controlt. will stand 121 whig to ll9Vn Bureniles. Natchez Courier. Mr. Bidolk. we (bmlc, has at length arrested the now ol specie to (be United Good cai'se.for Tbiumph.- JSUr Kennedy recently fleeted I to Congress in Baltimore to sup ing the financial concerns of this great I States, aartl by that means prevemed the ply (he plrtCf of the late Mr Mf rountry, brs dune as much, or more, in breaking down hi political power. Iban all the ether acts of his administration Kovr that (here is a majority of tbe house of K relatives decidedly and uncom. firomUinly opposed to it, in auy shape, it tuay ronGdenily be said, in (be language ef Jthn Q,u;iiey Adams (bat it ha been "banded er ro the receptacle of things its? on earth." Tle household trt-ps of the adminis Irjition in Cungress, hopeless, as it would Ofei t carrjing their, lante financial fi.tures appear 1o have grown desper ate, and are apparent y ab ut to make nhetr 6ial iffnri l rallying their put), "by a in wtd and extravagant attack up n 'ht-.l'enneylv.nia Bac.kol the United States Jl hill bas passed to a third rea ding in the Senate ol the United States, waking it teluny; and punishment by mi I risonmeol in a state prison, decline of cotton, rice, and (obacro, and oui state stocks If the bank of England bad been permitted to ronlinue tbe ex port ol gold ad silver, it must necessari ly have depreciated the great staples el the country. His great ohject has ever been to prevent (bis slate ot (bines, which would inevitably produce great calamity and suffering in tbe planting states. Kuteor males tiut Mr.'Jaudon" intima ted thil he would draw out ol the Bank uf Engiaod sixteen miiliiins of dollar, which induced the bai.i: to forfait the policies ol insurance 6pn a Urge amuuni of speeie which was about to be shipped to tbe United .States. Tins state at- lairs brought the directory r.f th bank ol England to their senses: who are now en (ieavoring to bealthe breach between the two institutions, abd have already order ed one million and a half ol the specie in New York io b- sent to' tb Pbilapelpbia United Males Bank. The decline iu , the cotinn marke( in Liverpool was no doubt created by tbe xpcitatiofis of specie Io Ibis country, Kim, is ihe first incml'er o I" 'Con gress tltetad in lhai district by th opposition s'ntr.e the reign of Jarksonism commenced. Won- der'if. hi opponent negecled lo address his constituents? The Locfoco piiity re errrv where ll busilv employed in invent ing excuses tor their universal deiVats, while the people are chftunting to them the merrv old tune of "down, derry, down.-DISASTRUL'S. -II for Hat baokln .ut into circulation the notes of and the necessary coi.squnces of such a lourse is, mot me products ol the coun- tbe !att Bank ol thf United Slates Thi is lb- first direct attempt ol the na lit.;, si gtitcrnment to extend their legis lation titer a State Institution, and espe cia'iy loext-rcisf crinuaal jurisdiction o Vt -1 (Tunes cum m it tri) by a eorporate boiij t tabihed under tbe laws of t.ne hiUm ufual Mate. Tfee persons ivbe be tt'gagfd in this direct warfare a i.ikttt.8 independence of one of the iStaifs, kre of that class of politician' 'whit pioh ss :o ot-lorifc to tbt strict 'con--etru tion febool; and ibis measure is well calculated to show the sincerity of those proft -ssions: tnr we venture to say, (bat Hi- hiftt-ry ol tbe government does not cntiiii an instance ol such an extrata ffiiit assumption of power, secb a shrin inrod upon Stale independence and so? erfignt) 1 What authority does (he Constilulion try lo which (In- bullian is sent, must fall, to counteract the effect of the exportation. V irkshurg lleg. The fallowing irom the Cinrinnat'i Post, ma give some-insight into tbe man ner in which the public moneys are squandered. When rabinet officers can descend to this.it isfl-it at all astonishing to see another national debt contracted. ; In axu Can n be poible that the ad'hini-tr.-tion is sunk so lew tiecouie 4 pertectly lolainou - as t repsesented1 by the following extract tro the Wwih , ington correspondent of (he Baltimore Patriot? - We would not believe i, did we not daily receive accounts of lranac lions. We do not know which -most to despise him that would -nake, or him th-t The poor whigs, according to the loffoc ts, meet willvriafe.it upon daleat. If h btie chnn- gs its politics throws uj Hurrnism and embraces uiiig doctrines, it is a defeat to them Maine, Cemnectirut, Ilhode is land and New York have .lately shown themselves opposed to the present administration, but the Van Buren presses cry out victory! and assar that the pres ident is gaining popularity with the people every riav Let us see how many of the 26 sutes of the Union are., now oppose 1 to Mr Van Bureii and his at'i ministration, taking the las. popular vote as the test. M tint, S. Carolina, . Vermont, . Georgia,' Massachusetts, , Mississippi, would pat, such a chsr'.' R ill what give to Congress lo declare what kind of surprises in i. hat the nhtg presscarce tuirenty. what description , of notes, a ly takes pas.-in notice of such base bnik mcorporaiion by Slate authority fti ,11 i.---im r what they shall not issue. The optional government were interested in the Bank : the United States only as a stockholder la (bis resptct (hey were on a footing with othefstockholders. -w?s soon as the amotint of otock which V, government held in the bank is paid back and part ol it at k-ajt has been paid, their interest m 'he bank ceases, and we cannot conceive ol any responsibility resting upon ttiem. unls some ot 'the detitkol the institution should remain un paid; and, then it would only beaneifutl- irie ctain; lor the government would not i'e liable to a suit at law fot the recovery ofmch a debt. lint tor notes that may have " been ta ken pp hy the bank of the United States, aod fin into circulation again, by another in tttution, or some individual of suih an iitttitotion, tb govemreent tan never tie responsible, eiiher in law or equity, And it is !or this species of circulation . ttiat is, for circulating notes of (he Bank nf the ITnited States which have been ta ken up, and of course lor which no in iehtednese on the part of that instution re ii sins-- that i propose by iht national "government to inflict the punishment of c- tiliiieiiient i a Stale prison.1 In order to establish Ibis 'offenc against MrBiddU e-r the iflkers of the Pennsylvania Bask 'ol the Uaited States, it will be necessary to prove that the netes have ' been re- ...... I. tk.f it.. ' ' .:U L ' v rhat he government of the United States are not in any tease responsible, for the ' payment of the notes, and have not the ' wlijhtest "interest in tbein; and the neces- eary; eonmjuece of tbis must be, that 'hey have no jurisdiction over the 4rans acUou. Jl must there fere be -a most extrara pant, and a most daring u&urpaiion of pwer in Congress, to undertake lo legis ' late on the tmbjct; and above all, for tbe gvrni(irot !M United State to at teu j 1 to rcie autbMiiy overtu institu tion established by the govemmeat of an jfHitoJol vtaie and wbscb of course is jft:usibJe S'v'lelt to (be smhorit.' from Rhode Island, Cmnetticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, , iN. Carolina, 'Louisiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee," Indiana, Virginia, Total iQsraies. ne.s, wtnie K has (u!um to devote to the must Inflntg subject iu parly .politics But hre is ihe extract: Mert was the secretary of the treasury with his 6000 per annum. Hv charred several dollais t reach day's attendance; hd fifteen tents a day 'for aailage fr walking from tbe (tp rtment to the capi. tol' The clerks lollowed; the., example of their bead. Tliej had (heir regular per diem, and their fifteen cents mila..- : Henry Clay.- We cannot Here are 19 States oppose! t the administration to 7 in favor of it ; still io the face and ngeth j of this fact, the Van N Burenifes i claim the victurvl South Argus . From the Biliimore Chronicle. Mr. Kivb. The ascendency of the Whigs in the Legislature of Virginia U ing ascertained, a giud deal of iiiteiet is lel.l in Hie probable late of Mr Rives. The Uichmond VVhig.io reply to some remarks ot the Enquirer, intimate, (hat he will not he re-elected. The Wfjig-sayss VMtia gravely asked.'W'hat havlr. Van Buren and Mr Kivts to expect from tbe' Whigr We cao fell htm. They may expect ju-tice., Bui perhaps they are tike (be .culprit jus:ie -is the "very thing (bej do net wati;. We might, bow ever, ask in return, what has Mr Rives to expect from lh Sub-Treasury Demo crats? It is idle in the Knquir'er to he thus tampering with a man, who hai no thing to hope lor from such friendship as that paper has displayed. The WhiiM tliKjuestionab-ly cannot sustain an epim- ge. ey -re pieugen otunn point and no train of circumsta nr.es w ithiii tbe range of probability, cats change them.-. But Mr iives, we presum. uudersiarul tbe tenderness of Air Van Buren, and of aw i reasory party generally, m ref ereuce to himself and we doubt very much whether he can shed many te,f, . ver loeirdeleat. , Jf they tad succeeded m Virgmia, they inea.it to make Rives "eirr,ie,ci,m,n,jihe Enquirer e)l C?nMr. Robinson, vllley S 81iCnPKrtr ii-... AlUine, untj M, Kcenedjr, Mr. Mr say with any , certaii.iy, who will be the candidates for th next Presidency; but public at tention throughout the Uaited States, appears, at present, to be, more directed to Mr. Clay, than to any other man. If we srs not much mistaken in the "signs of tbe times,9 he, is fast gaining ground, even aa Mississ ippi and Alabama ; and we ven ture to prtdTCi that (if the pre sent incumbent and Mr. Clay are the only candidates before the people for that office (he latter would obtain tho vote of Alabama. The ptesent embar. rassed and ruinous condition of i he country, to whatever cause it may be attributer1, has brought us to a solemn pause in our bliad infatuated career -we see nothing impending over our Head but threatening clouds, and every 'side despair closes the horizon' upon our political pros, peel; on vthe broW of the lowering clouds hope has paint ed a rain bow; (he ark of pro. mise - the pledge of safety and j repose tt a trrmWing natiokv- In t)ms of our grea test need, to whom have we ever looked but Henry Clay, for deliverance.. Falsehood may be more glaring, and may bewilder the judgment for a tifar; but truth will ulti mately prevail she needs not the ttaselor the scarlet' to com mend her to our notice and re spect: her language if in her eye, and speaks to to the nul ; her blush of modesty stays the hand of rudeness, and her na tire loveliness wins the yolun tary ndpration'of every honest heart. , A Fair Hit. In a late de bate in the Senate, Mr. Benton took occasion to read a letter from General Jackson to thai Senator, in which the, old hero spoke of the Aristocratic jew" in Nashville, by whom the Bank of thf United States had been inviird, some years, ago, to es tahlish a Branca iu that city. Judge, White, a few .days, alien wards, exhibited to tha Senate thr letter asking for this Branch, when iiruong the 'aristocratic w?' v-ho .gtied it, was fonnd the name ol if lix Grundy, the lemi cralic, nnribaak, Bidtlle latin. Senator from Tennessee! I he effert, it is said, was elec trical and Mr Grundy looked h it ha ..could ha ve crept into an aup,ur-hole. ' . Genuine Loco-Focohm. At a meeting of tiie f iends of' the present Admisrration, in Coluin Ida county, ..Pennsylvania, the following resolution was passed. The Hiirri-diurg Intelligencpr says, that the rcligio us feeling of th' president, prevented us br ing published with -the proceed, iugof the meeting: Besolved, That we will vote for the IJI if he vill let us call him a democrat; in prefer ence to an Angel of light, whom e'may choose to null a feder alist.1 tge for the distance. ' Now amidst all ihe accident "by flood ' Hfleld" the "dre at ftil einf .,"skawful steam boat rii5M.,,rs,r 'loss of lives and so forth with which otirco lumos are daily?burdened,it re ally (foes us, good to have it i our powor tq record a fact so in terest'mg as this. JYcU. Cour. w e can give a hundred rea sons for our riefestr.-CW. Dem. Only a hundred!! Accnr lie( to our latest intelligence fro,, Mississippi, there were notjes than 2,500 reasons for it. Louisville Journal, KeEPIHG THINGS IN THE FAM1LT There is a justice of (he Peace now re siding in. Illinois who summoned a ma before hint toansVter in a suit in whic be'was ptaintiff, Vnd.'when it became ne Pessary for the plaintiff to plead bitcausi tbe Justice called his wife to ti e cbai and addressed her ii the plaintiifs eoun set. He then resumed his seat, summei op the argument), and eave a verdict ii bis own, the plaintiff's favor. Tbe de temtant settled the mplter on the spot but with all reverence to the Justice, he ued leave to ssy that -such iTnglil he tin Kotu k" custom hut he'd be d -d i they'd ailuw it in New York. ' Chicago Dem. - HAPPINESS It was Gray i the poet, we believe who said that the highest stote of enj iy ineut which he could imagine, was to hi all day on .a sof. and read hooks of ro mance., The imagioatinn uf a Piurmaii Soldier wnji equally (ertile, when he re plied to a u(Klion ot what ro his idf ol a iuture stale.- '1 hall,' said he, 'be turned i.io a buffalo, and shall lie down iu a leeatltnv of ..grass-. higher- than ; nv toad and eat all dav long, and there woti'l be a single oouquilo to annoy ine.' 1STAVIGATI0R OP TPHt AllsStSS- ippi. Hafts, -vs. steamboats. A circumstance occured (or rar t h evt lwo circumstances Van me in collismn') two days ago, on -the Mississippi liivf-r, about 170 miles above - This city, more "re maiknhle in'its results tht -inv thingVe have 'heard bef re. It was S'anething equ tlly new, we warrant, io the ureat. r wt'ier of Waters."- , - . A steamboat on its, descent of the river with a fiat b'ial in tow. the latter of whil-h was heavily Irtdm -with Iron', and - stone .-for. Mr. Andrew Brown -of this city, the contractor for the erection of the iiew' Commercial Hank, had r-toppe d to ti'ooof. The bows of bfth boats being at llusume turned round, three rafts tied together and threatening a.tor- midable sweep of any thing in heir course, descended iu a straight line upon ihe apparent ly fated llat. The owner 'of it i0"iKea upon the pending catas trophe, but was too mucfi over come to lament, Hlis suffer. mgs was intolerable.": All on board considered the flat boat and its contents 4idone gone;'' hut what was theu surprise min gled with joy when they saw the rafts, instead of rnnning ajftfm.il' the Flat, by some motion f the element, were earned fairly tin- uer u ana rose again to tne sur face of ) the ' wafer' with their hard treasure on their hack. The force of their descent dis united the flat boat from Ihe steamer and the Vafts floated proudly down wila their strange ly won prize. After a comfort able passage Mo our Landing, they disburdened themselves of their freight r and received the glad thanks of the owner for so safe a harbor. Tha steamer was of course robbed of ItQ-w- SECOMl DIVISION MISS MILITIA. Division , Orders. nt HE following gentlemen ' bave - been appointed ' members ot my S'afT and ha ' ingbeen commissione d by bis veJtr ellency the Governor, are bow duly qualified to act ia respective comitands, viz:-. Lieut. Col. Jairves ll. K. W ood of Jldauis, Division iu spector. 1 '' ' Maj Samuel IJame ol Lawrence, Division Quarter Mas er. , Maj H. S Eus'isot dams.Fir.t Aid. They will 'herelore be respected autJ obeyed screfdi'iuPy. ' . " JOHN A. .viUITAJAM. May 26-29-3t , M Gen.rJ . 'Natcbea Courier. 1 NO 'l U E. TOJ O TIC E is hereby given in the heirs x, at '-law, t f JorniV?d(BS. laie of Ma rion county, Dec'd, ilit ,s 8p. jilicarlion to thi onoiahle I'ri.ha'e Cmirt of s'uJ Count), at the nt-x' .Igti term of said court, for an order ofsaleon ffi real estate of raid rleremd; when and where tlinse.inlercsled mav shew rause, (i auy Ibey can) against thn said sale ,1N UERSO V JD.i M . Mm';. "Cilumhia, tWay 2fl 11138 29-4t. " '-AST,; A VS. ' Taken tip, BY Josepli Vri'lieli.o, trajr WHITE MARE-MULE. 0 or' 10 rer old; appraised t$100 by Solo, mow Sutton and Joseph Naylaiu, J8th of May, J?38. ,' ' Wm. Peebles, .!. P. ; A. HARGIS, .: t, it. x. c. . Mr.y 19,133, 2C 3w. .! rp AKEN up by Williaet Johnson, a sorfel hor, with a white lace, 2 bind lege w hite' and the right fore foot while, and the left fore foot crooked.; 7 er 8 years old. and M itt band high, asf praised to g60 by William ; TlendricatS and Bryant Jone. 23d A pill, 1838.' '(" E. L. Bowen.J. P. . ;: I iU A. HARG1S, Rangtn.fi;. ; April 28, 25 St, ,, ', ; k 'h:: Notice! y ETTERS of administration having i-J hern gratited to the hndersigned bjf the pynhate Court of Lawrence Countf, t the December term,. J 8-37, on ths es ale ofJeremiah Harrison, deceased No lice i hereby given to all persons havingf elalml againj said estate, to present thesst duly authenticated within the time pre scribed by law, or they will be foriver barred; and those indebted to said estate are requested in come lorward and make immediate payment. " ; "I -Mir WILLIAM IURRISON, Jldm't., , KEBECCA HArtRl?Q'rJJiaV -AniUW.SCw. . . '