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1 gj JJ.U ! 1 Kit MS. Yin) PINKY WOODS PLANTER lVi7 be published etcry Saturday - J. 'I'OTIIfJ. and Wm. F. EHISLY. Tl . ..II 1 . I- r . . tho first, nnd Fett Cunts for cvory mb eoq if nt intertl n. o advertmunicti will bu inserted o.m o.ice, for ic.ja than T'A'O UQ.XAIitf. Person cBlln;' adrertinements are requested tu mark cn thorn the immbor of tiin they do urn then to b uw'ted, nthi.Twi'o they will ho continued until forbid, ind accordingly charged. A liberal deduction will bs made to person who udverliei by the year. 'JOB WORK oe v.vv.r ntNi nipriot NEATLY AND EXI'EDIT 10USL7 AL-13: ' ' ' Justlc?' and o'!i-r 'J:.Av.t f sila P.t til's O'.lhr. i" nvr. ifoiua pre ikum if pwi! in advance, or Hi 1 , ' if not until this end of the ye-tr. All payment., nudo ilhiu the fm t throe Months will be onaidorcd c .n ad. antic. . N ful-r- .cd :Vr n 1.:j pel r.o.l than tw. i.c d; renin- fed until all r.rr tkc-j aro paid. A Ichiro tft n-itiiy a li: firtiniiunc of the pl'r will tu considered &i a new en kagoii.ciit. ADVF.rvriKEMEXTS Will be charred at the rate of One Uui.f m for every ten lin or under, for TIIKP.E ARC ONLY TWO SORTS or OOVMNMENT, OSK of, AND THR OTHER OVER Till PEOPLEi-WR 1UVR llnnH TO SUPPORT THE TOUMKH AND Orrosu THE I-ATTtR. JOHN TOTIIILL nnd WM. I EISELY, IWsnEiw. JOilX TOTIIILL, Ewtob. NO. 59. LIBERTY, ML, APRIL (3, 1839 L. 2. NO. 7. Mrs O II From the Free Trader. A FRAGMENT The ecc.ic in f nclnntod, the silence in deep, And my hcarl, oh, my heart, has HhakenoiT Bleepj 1 look td the earth, while, the Muo mist above Seems wreaking all o'er it an ininpe of lovo; Then who in night's Inur b.i sacred and deep, Vo;i give the eoul up to dreania and tosleeop? Vhi n nnturo gentle and tranquil dost rent, That ail seeuw a heaven of jny on its breast; That life ticeiuH an ICdoii unspotted by crime, Ah pure an the Peeura of the first poldcn time; Then who in nir-ht' lnur no sacred and deep, Would givo the soul up to dreams nnd to sleep? When t!i" day Rtiir i-hinon from hraven's high t nverti, To lcvl on the light of the fi-et (airy hours, tV sH ' our ( ,-e.i as mnrn' wahiiif beam Or l.ri thi ' i oi p. young hour s drei m; Then uh.i in ni i ur co Rae.rcd and deep. V'i;:;j ? tl:" e ,il up to drcai.ia nu to ulcep When the sun thr-V the ckiea hi.i journey bath run, And both h . und earth seem wodded in one, Vv hen i.", is a 3c?ne ui'ire CKjuisilo far 1'Iun the c:i..lly tiara or diamond atar; Then who in nijlit's hour to s.icred and doep, Would give tha f'oul up to dreams and to elojp? S't'.'AUVi I'M'Ll.XTTlACf. iiY josi:pii noi'Kixs, r, i,. n. !' I'lis A'Merican par.-nl flues nn injus !e t.) In? rhil-.l, whieh ho enn nsver re pair, fur which no ini;rntnncc can conpen Fato, whn rcrnnos to give liim a full edaca lion, Imcaus hi net intnnflorl for n loavneJ iirniessiou wliiilcvcr ho may in lond, ho cann it know what IiIh nrm' miv romo to; and if th?re s-iioulJ hn no change in V.r.s re.'prnt, will alihoral r tiucnti in bn lont upon liim, hrrnns" l-.r? is not a lawypr. u doctor, nr n divin'!? X tiiitiff can" Le more mil r;it or pernicious than this opin ion. It is impisi'o'c '"i i:;T,g;rse a cifi 7.on of this fomniontt'onltti" tic ttr aity f-ituati.m fi which Hip (liscijilino find nc cjtiircniPiiti of a cof lop-in tn rrl neat ion, how ever various r.ivl extended, will n it have their value. TUnv w ill ?ivo him consid eration and i;fcfiilnc8s, which will he seen nnd felt in his daily in(ereonr?e of busi ness nrplosanre ; they will pivc him weight nndworili v. a tnemhf r of socity, nnd hn a never failino; source of honnrable, vir tuous, and lasting eniplovnu nt. tinder rill circumstances, in every situation of life. They will preserve him from tho delusions of dnn:ierms errors piiiI the seductive vi ces. The raining' table will not be re tr.rtcd to, lo hasten tl) ! and li-tless steps cf :i:up. when tho lii;rnrv ofTcrs 9 sorer end more allractivo resource. The bottle will not he tip; V.:. 1 I', " fiir thr lan-'it:l spirit t.ir.:-ti''n nn;l d-di-fht, when th-j magi" oi'lhc poet is at har.d to r.'iso ths iari -filiation, and pf,or its fiseinntii'.o wonders on llio s,v.!. f? ich ;3'ifls, sorh piirfUicntr, v. iil make their possessor a truer friun.l, a more rheri--h3J co'iio nioit, a more vahiablo and respected pa; nnt." The Female. Tho f.dltuviii.i natural nnd !r;n descripti'-n -f the parental com fort derived fron female children, is from a speech of B.utitows, an eminent Irish Lawyer: "The tavc of offspring '''c ma::t forri bh; of all o ir in.-lin-ts is even stronger towards the female, th in the iinb'! chil l. It is wise that it sh uM be so; it i.s m ore req.iircd. There is n ) nillo.v 0:1 which the head ofr p-ircnl, :iii.ii.r.had by sick ness, or by sorrow can so sweetly repose, ns cn tho bosoui of an affectionate d iucrh- icr nr attentions nre iineeasinff, She 13 utterly incapable ofrcmainin;- inactive. The bay may afford ocenwena! comfort nnd priio to his family they nny catch -ilory from his celebrity, nnd derive sup port from his acquisitions hut ho never communicates the solid and unceasing cuinforts of life, which aro derived from the cars and tender solitude of tho ff-inale child. She seems designed by Provi dence to he tho perpetual sulaco and happiness of her parent. Even after her marriage her liiiiul afflictions aro unim pnirojr Sho nicy give her hand anJ her hri.-i to her husband, but still she may rlir-re h.:reara and attentions villi bcr parents, wiih.iiit a pang of jealousy or dis trust fio;u him. Ho only locks on them as tho assured pledges of her fidelity and unerring evi.ltnco of a good li?posi ti.n." 'Fob tub Lapih?. Kisses atmit of a f-roater varii lv of character th in perhaps even our fair readers are aware. Ei;ht diversities arc racntit.ned in Scripture, viz: Tho kisses of Salutation, Sam. xx. 4l; Valediction, Until, i 0; Iteconciliation, 2 Sam. xiv. 33; Subjection, Psalm, li. 12: Approbation, Prov. ii. 12; Adoration Luke, vii. .IS; Treachery, Mat. xxvi, 49; Affec tion, (ic-n. sxix. 13. From the Ykfaburg Daily Sentinel. Vicksri'ro, March 1 1th, 183'J. At 7 o clock this eveninrr, ono of the largest and most respectable meeting c verheld in this citv, was held at the Court house, consisting- of (he mechaniea nnd operatives (generally) of this city, togeth er with a fw othcrcitizens, some of whom participated by way of opposing tha pro ceedingscf the meotirg. Col. Henry Ilopli'na having been called to the chair, and Ben. Johnson, Esq. ap pointed Secretary, John McAdum rose and explained the objects of the meeting, nnd offered tho following resolutions for their consideration; which, on motion of Mr. Adun, were taken up one at a time; and nfter a long and tedious debate, on the part of tho Hon. James Bland, P. W. Thornpkiufi, Esq, E. O. VValkor, Eq., in opposition lo the resolutions, nnd being supported by Mr McAdam, C. B. Donio, and A. M. Winn, thev were olmost unan imously adopted. No alterations were made to tho resolutions, except the last clause of the first resolution, except which was added as nn amendment, on motion of P. W. Tompkins, Esq. nnd the hist clause of the fourth resolution, which was added as an amendment, on motion of A. W. Winn. RESOLUTION'S. 1st. Resolved, That while as good citi zens we depreciate nil tumult or violence, while we will support the laws at the peril of our lives, we warn thoso who invo set law at defiencr, lo desist from ih'dr past and present system of bank swindling; and while we lorgivc them for the past, for tho future, we are neither by law, honor or justice, to be restrained by nny consideration from doing justice to our families and ourselves, whatever may bo the rusult, taking care always, not to violate, the constitutional law of tho land. 2d. That as we view with sorrow and indignation, tho conduct ofa majority of Our Klaw Uptalnft,.-- Ull - 4k. "post nolo act,'" we hereby pledge our selves to vote for no candidate in future, who is a bank director or a known friend of an irredeeinnble paper currency. 3J. Resolved, That whilo wo denounce those banking institutions whose first foundation was premeditated in fraud, and since conducted with a disregard of honesty, unparalleled in tho calendar of crime, we with one accord, give duo cred it to those banks who have acted in as good faith as circumstances would admit, and trust that our good feelings on that subject, will ever be reciprocal. 4th Resolved, That we consider thnt the Chief Magistrate of this State, has done his duty in opposing generally the issue of irredeemable paper, and morn particularly tho isuo of,lpost notes" by the Union nnd other Banks, considering f hern, as we do. only another mode of swindling the working trim out ot his hard earnings; we earnestly entreat him to continue his opposition, and we do hereby pledge ourselves to stand by him in the contest, nnd that the "ballot box" shall tcdl the truth of our assertion nt the next November cl?ction. 5th. Resolved, That inconsideration of the manly, independent, and disinterested conduct of Governer A. G. McNatt, we will at as early a period as may bo con venient, request him to meet with us in this city, to receive the thanks of the working (dass, together with some other testimonial of our gratitude and respect, to remind him and his descendentsj that ho has faithfully performed his duty. 5th. Resolved, That a committee of twelvo bcappotnled by this meeting, two frjm each ward, to superintend all the necessary arrangements, and that they have full po-.vsrs to collect from individu als in their respective wards, (from work ingm?n only) such a nounts of moey as each individual may be willing to contrib ute, for the purpose of obtaining neces sary articles for the occasion, and that thev shall invite His Excellency to at tend, when they shall have set tho day and made the proper arrangements. Whereupon, A. M. Winn and Thorn. Haokett, were appointed for tho 1st ward; John V iinsilo and Roger Donovan, for the 2d ward; John McAdam and A. Peal, for the 31 ward; James Phelps and David Siec'c, Lr the 4th ward; John Bobb and L. J. Sinn?, f r the 5th ward; Wm. J. ,1ms onl jienj. Spriugor for the 6th ward. A. M. Winn offered the following res olution, which was adopted: Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed bv the chair, to have the proceedings of tbia meeting published in the papers of this city, and to Bend a cop y to His Excellency, A. G. McNult. Whereupon, the chair appointed A. M. Winn. John McAdam and M. W. Swing. And on motion, the chair was added to the committee. The meeting then adjmmnd. A. M. Winx, IIexrv IIui-kixs, John McAdam, and M. V. Swixo. Publishing Conimittoo. j Natchez an hcu IJotctju. Wii'iam Parker nnd Noidi Bjrlow have done more than nearly nil our citizens, in erect';; - .... I ..VII, . Ur . . . " iwci spionuiu Jtotois mr ojr citv.an I thnv should be encouraged bv every citir.on 1 and .tan, I. i. tuh .1-.. ,!,,' ...... ... ... , we una tno limes nave pressed hen. ii on Mr. Btrlow and thnt the City II :!': is about t o be placed under tho. sale of th Marshal nnd Sheriff. Wo call on ever citizen to step f .rlh nnd aid Mr. B. in ,! vui; his splendid and well kept Hotel. 1 hero is capital in Natchez, nnd there aro mnr.y public-spirit citizens who, we ara almost sure, will not see the property of one of her enterprising nnd generous sons sacraficed. No we will not believe it. Wo hope too soon to hear tint Mr. Par ker has had extended to him those faci'i ties which will enable him to complete one amongst tho most splendid houses in tho south, The Southern Exchange. Then we can boast of our Southern Ex change, City Hotel nnd Mnnsh n-House which for comfort, fare and accommoda tions, are already known abroad ns wcil as at home. Free Trailer. The Chronicle of this morning is filled with tho report of Iho mojority of the Swartwout investigating committee. Il is only necessary tor?nd this rep -rt to be satisfied of the disposition of tho Whig far- lion to blackon ana defame tna nintation of men who are superior tothoinin point of moral worth and political usefulness. there is one consolation, that but lew will believe any thing that eaunates from Ilen rv A wise. His opposition to tho prcsenl administration is too well understood to merit any comment. He has now dischar ged his pop-gun, and his followers may hunt up the killed and wounded if thev .. ibwm a. . no wiiic viiuiu, null the view of aiding them in their examina tion, to procuroa magnifying glass manu factured by some political associate of theirs in the black trade of defamity. Such aid is in lispensably necessary. Baltimore Republican. EXECUTION OF JOHNSON'. Yesterday, at 11 o'clock, Johnson, one of the individuals concerned in tho Girod st. murder, last summer, was executed near the City Prison, in pursuance of the sentence of tho court. Ho seemed to meet his fate with great firmness. On being asked by the sheriff, a short time before his execution, if he had any thing to say, ho answered in the negative. He was then asked if ho wanted any thing, when ho replied he wanted n glass of wine. Tho winowas handed him, and drank. We were informed that previous to being taken to tho gallows ho confes sed he had murdered his own Lrothor in Quebec, and was once concerned in the murder of n whole crew at sea. He would have been just twenty years of uge this day. Picayune. Which will relieve the country soonest a redeemeblc currency! With out referring to the plainest principles of political economy, this question can be satisfactorily answered bv the experience of Ohio and' Kentucky, "in 1818 and'l!, iVc, theso states wers in the same con dition as Mississippi nt tho present time. The one passed laws to compel tho debt or nnd creditor to settle their businass without effecting tho rust of the commu nity; the other passed relief laws, and created numberless banks "to relieva the people," as tho speculators nrc called. Ohio got clear of nil her difficulties in less than three years, while Kentucky labored unJer tlie greatest embarrass ment for nearly seven years. On-3 ex ample is worth a volume of precept. Viclcsburg Sentinel. Post Notes. Gov. McNutt deserves the gratitude of tho people of Mississippi. A bill lately passed the Legislature authori zing the Union Bink to issue poet notes to tho amount of six millihnx, payable twelve months nfter dato and bearing not less than five nor more than six per cent interest. The bill was vetoed by the Governor, nnd it was again pnssed in the House oj Representatives by a constitu tional majority, but failed in the Senate, a majority of that body concurring in the views avowed in the veto. When banks seek the privilege of issu- inir paper on time, wo are constrained to bcllieve they are rotton, or are driven to tho measure by the temporary insolvency of the community in which they are loca ted. The best remedy for either evil is an adhesion to the taw, and the obser vance of the obligation of contracts. This seems to be the opinion of the Gov ernor. LouUtille Adv. SixT.ri.Ait fVr-.i.TTiox. A Philadelphia, paper bsjs t.-.at llio Ml.-n.ui:; suigclar circumstai.,cs were Holted lii'd in tint citv: ut a recent1 "A genii'-Tirin eiw?av,.r--i to 'u Jatr a divorce f,-u:a his wife, f-.r infi.lu'itv to her' nuptial vows, when it actually pro- ven thnt his voliii.tuoiis utti-lner had in tho1 courso of a par or two seduced her hus-l i . .il,,.,, 1 ' . . .. o . . , - 1 .-....i ......vi i:iiivi.-ials,s--raofwi,-.mwpro mere ae-;.,., , ,ul,:u., . lrvv mo ulV" qmuntan-e ofa week, snd some of on I v i."0 'T' ,r"1'1'? ',in? ! 111 th'rf: !" ,!l''.t ' J"""11 ,s dav- Ast-nirhing as it nnv S,o, Tv i' ? ,th"Um- . M.s. Lvi. j tod wm.tovor . nohlo n ni.rnl.ty, soo iady bcl-.oed to no un.li. tlr.o-dshed f.;.H-i " A,Uwcr? was Ul h2rjmo ' iho 'ol.i .n.or un-inswora.! m trutn. i,i'D.it.i, i. '?t r... ocea.'ion. in tlwt inirHut w have nllsco.io lor what- 1 that not witoslmiding liie heniousness her guilt, lIic imiforinly confessed, while! sho went over hoi- InimiTOssiona. SI' acqu iiiiiod her h isbau.l v. il!i tho hide ous IkcIS, 1: n4 lamented her ability to re- slr.iin h;;r prssion; oven at tho she was pmiing so:no h'.'.dili moment trigu, mid lienco tho divurco was sought ! nal in for by mutual consent. Tho lady wi:s ve ry handsome, and possessed a quiet mod esty of countenanco that might havo firod tho bosom of k h Anchorite.''' We will make a proposition to tho edi tor of the Sentinel ; if hj will be good e n aigh to w rite an article showing (gut llio State Rights party ought, under any cir cumstances, to vote for Van Buren, or that ho no ds r.na hi; ry op in;, vivo hi.- n in oomicn vie-vs t;n io- vv i i Ii ihfim, v. o v scrtion end meant our peri "'.ove to bo in error, W, e vpect tho C'l;l.o- rf tt.o S ' , if Vf- : l'0:i!,l I .f.Miirse,doivtj nliuei to put-.i ii ;li the re .rks we may uvfco In reply to! him if ho fbojld not cenvinco us; he lie- dined disousa'ng the ouesti-m on cq :r' ter--.i i- 'iiio lime since. We nre of opie- Dii no iiiM'.ks ins ca-.i.'-e conn jt tianr a luir ' investigation. We'n-.w rop?so to, meet hi:n on equal terms. Whit rav oj Mr. Sentinel?'' . " ' WoonvirXB RniTiiLU'Ax. U'o n.;?e;,t anap?o;1o'nw'" w'b'ytate' Rights men ought to vote fir I.Ir Van Burmi, under"any eicunistari;-?;" and one ol those circumstiinecf. is, rthen the contest for tho presidency is between him r.nd Mr. Clay, Gen. Harrison, or D.m'cl Web ster. These threp gentlemen, no matter what may be their talents or character, aro I he supporters of tho principles of e n solidation; they are tho grc t champion of n liberal construction, hisrh tariffs, in ternal improvemonts by the Federal gov ernment, a national bank, a union ofbink and slate, and contend that the Federal government is the sole judge of its own powers. 'J'iiey arc the reproKcntativcs of the old Hamiltonian doctrines, r.nd the great mass of tin party which support thorn have nt all times since the days of the cider Adams down to tho present time, been the advocates of all measures which strike at the rights of the sovereign states of this Union, and which tend to build up a splendid federal government to over shadow the rights of the states and of the . .... " .sen people, t lie party mat supports mr. van Bnreninth'3 North, nro opposed to all theso principles, nnd openly and fearless ly advocate state righ:.7, a strict construe tion of the federal constitution div.n oi hank an 1 government, and tho old Jof- fersoniun doc int.s oi d. In proof of these pc ili one, we can r fer tlie Ronub!icnn to tholaH two messa ges of Mr. Van Buren to Cuiigrers o th Address of tho Republican members of Congress last summer to tho people ol Iho United Slat", nn 1 to tho Address of ion U;e.-iorraiic pcrty in Maine to the public, selling forth their prmcioles. i have not these diieyinpnls nt this moment neforo us, but from our knowledge of the candor of the Republican, wo think h " will not d '!iv that r i-h sonlimonts aro at heir foundation. ' Wo might further r- fer the Tlcp'iblicfin to the doctrines sot forth in Atbartoa's Resolution;, for which tho partv that supports Mr. Van Buren voted unanimously. Now we challenge the Republican ta produce paporn sanc tioned by the Whig party, particularly of the North, or even tho South, containing such Bound slate right; doctrines ns these we have brought to his view from the Van B.iren party. We ask the Republi can lo bo paitieular in replying to the a bove points. We are aware that ho will tell us of the proclamation, of "following in tho foot steps," nnd all thnt ; but when he replies lo the above, wo wid show him tho arts, not irords uiily, of Mr. Van Baron since in ofli:e, We disapprove of Mr. Van Bu ren'svotoon the Cumberland Ro.id bill, and also hj3 vote in 182$ on tho tariff, though tho latter was given under instruc tionsfor it will ho lfccdlocted ho made a strong speech against the principle of protoctuve tariffs op the very hill tor which he fnlt bound to "vole by instnioliunn. We disapprove also of ono aentimcnt in his Inst' message, where he says he would iiso the ha nits as ho vi-riU in-hWdirihA-l when convenient.' Wo h;nk r.H conii'js- ion l etwc.-n liank end government cor., rnptm? to V'th. "H ' I'.rht to Lb . ri'i.!!-! n m ,-ot. J ir7,:tltri? (Irnliivl. I T E Zl M . , , , , Z 71 "r; ' The celebrated Rev. Henry 13-.o., . ..f,,i ,,,-k ,i ; ;.t C -n. Himi'ton and Gov. BsitW. of i . . i i . . ... aroijm, recently ,a.Pd thro-igir . ii-w v: li'illloil llieir W IV to i...lii. lltOvl"-'1 hhi;.i:i ; .'..i .:i....j i is -ire offured a nubb'o dinner, but decliri-: tin re will be nobility, not weakness, in edit. " Ohosa for Fkoxttt! The! Albany Advertiser savs: ''VVo rn.ler-: sland that a train ol wngor, carrying! twontv-tour h-'IJ pieec-, le.lt the Wntr- let Arsenal, th; morning fur Minn, iui-i dor tho clnrga of J.t. (j. II. Taieoit, in 1 pursuance of orders from Washington." Tho vnvf rfLfFn,,:-..,.! u -,-?n : moo 'lien iviin .;,(! i gun Ti,n is;.,..- . r i,v,. , i,!,i!)-,i;i i : cat? ljivsoir to 'hoc! viiat iioii'rh tho The M'T-.-aclius'-Us Western Rail Ron', j wiinkV fffthsrs rn ftiv bro-.r. nnd tin cxtonding from W-.r-stcr lo ihe rwjchsif!t r.;:r! of voulh nr.? fading t tho. York line, will bo 1P1 mi ;s long, and is'uray 0f gitl."rf.d ' vc-.r?, trivo tnc'b'ot tho pstiriioted to coi-t ,$1,11)1,171, or uuout j rotfcrtci lutre of" tliv s-'tilp. nn-U pha'l .;1 5, Oil') pi r Kiilc. i chirm even yet tin eyes thnt love mo. "Xe:;l. to !ca!;hnn l Virtue," r-yslor- n, "nothin.t ir- S!--.ilna'o!e ns Knowlcdgp, n -r io there tuiv loir..: ;o ppfilv ait oinod ; or ciio-ij i purcaar-eri tii:; lainr ov : :t- l eg tho expense, time, ulik-h if we I do not spend, we cannot save. Coxxvttici't. Tho Pemnerlic Stat 1 Con. f r.tion which nssemlded nt Ihrtlordj tho 10!h Foaroarn. hnvo unanimously j nomine led John M! Niles for tho officer fit' Governor, an-! John Slowart fir that 'i'imoh?.liK4Jy Statb Dewt of Ohio. According tho special report of the Auditor of Slate, under a Resolution of tho House, made January 4(h, IS3-), it nppcrrs tint the State debt amounts to $19,ni),t(V ft 1 . Statr Hr.iir op I'i;x:;-yLVAXiA. The Pennsylvania Slate debt is :i.1,55'5,n3l and tho cstim-ito value ol tho public Propert .!')1,0.-2,30!J OD. To kiss n pretty woman is bliss, but to be kissed bv one is rnpturo matured. Tho tough se:: lose a deal by not investing the fair sex with tho privilieges of making love. They could do it moro naturally then wo, nnd it is peculiarly their pio vince. Tho Legislature of Alnbama Ins passed a law to abolish imprisonment for debt. The rtrgregnte debt of Virginia is uboul eight millions of dollars. There nre nt present, eighty-eight col leges in the Union. Besides thoso, are 12 law schools, 23 medical, and 35 divini ty schools. A IUscvllv Exphxse 111 Massachu setts l.'st year, the expense of prosecuting criminals amounted to more than seven ty thousand dollars. Tho riscal.-i cost more t'u-in t'.ey poo worth. On lis 27th December the rlrcnhtson of the U. Slates Bank w-ts !21,2!)7,37 spe'-io on Land $r,2iJ3.47o discounts ?2.0J3,0!)1. h;ox- Sti:.v:i Boats. It seoo's thnt n bill to Inconporate nn Iron .Steam Boot Company has passed the Senate of tho Missjuri Lcgislnt-i.e. The Grand Jury of Olsogo county have, it is said, indie. ?d James Watson Webb fur a libel on J. Feiiiuiore Coopt.-r. A bill to ineorpowte a romprny f.r the p-ir;)iise of b'.'ihling a bri-l'rn acro's tb.e Mississippi,' f tho (Jrand Tower, has pas sed the house of representatives of Illinois. The editors of the Cincinnati Republi can, in their paper of Thurr.dav, toll; as if ihe ie!ct ti.iii of Gen. Harrison os a enn dieate for the Presidency would produce perfect harmony among the opponents of the administration. Nevertheless they talk, in the same ppsr, about certain States' being ilhvotcd soul and borlg to Mr. Clay." Now if what they s-.y about tlie extraordinary dovotion of certain Slates to th Kentucky candidate bo trde. would not tho nomin-tiiiii of old Tippeca noe be a most singular mode of seceirusj the perfect harmony of the opposition? Louisville Jour. Family Conversation. Sensible, in dieious conversation in tho family circle, exerehies an important nn. I siluUry in fluence in forming tho ramus, and regula ting tho oppiniuns of chikirod nn i young people, and should bo resorted to, as the most efficient, means of regulating their future mov eme.its in lifo. A Bi:.vrTirrr. f!xr. v)i'AT;o..V,"h';n " Q !Cf.a .f I'Viii::c, cons u l of ...is iiilip, first head of Inr hto daughter it u ..t,.f..; iculoted. c.f Gail I liave a dn-iglilcr Ices but thoa hast an nngdl in re." ' 3 :i there is era way of obtaining what wo nviv Iprm nt lea?!, if not r.iter mor tal ha :!iipks : it is this a jdnccra end i .: r.. .u- t. ...:.., ..e cer is excellent in nur heart", ton I nofe i- .1 .. ii i -or ino e.iv pas.-icmu wn;c i our nar.ro ra jour remorse; whatever o-r failure, virtue .ihi.nrs?. in our regret; nuu in sue- i:r.f,s v:,n!,.v i,sf,it' wi" nmn holy, and triu,l,li ciernnl.- E. L. liuLvvcu. Tun M nrc or a S-.trtr. Who has tr t felt th-.' electric mne-ic of a smile? Deli- cions . humor! Bright gift from him I who gi vcih sun hino ru l fl -.wens 'o'esod firer idc nn liir r brightest moth or of care most deli'jate grace of vos.th fur Hn?f!r er nv in soio ot fere.nn oi.i ngo i .l1'!;- Tho Ci-nada Homi 1, s rJ;i:i ' uf tin ..rnlwi-.'.litv .,fv,-ir Uiweeii I' iuit a-; r,,0 t Ti, it a in s-i -W l-tiTi- Lets :o a cf.i....a.;r.v!!i nun-int h-ive -.0oa ofierc 1 by laiiiury men, ih.it a portion of the P.riti. ii iM-uoy will octmnv tho S;ato cf New Y..rlt bc!Ve the firrt of Miv nest." lf.tl10 B-ilir..'i army attempt to occupy a P'jyl iinoC New Y. rk, a yer v s.ii-i !.' rorlion v- ';l su.Tiee. Si.; foct ofcariil v. iii mxo-ri- pears in the N .v York Itcr-.l.l. VVe bdp net seen Sir John's reply : ToSinJonx- ITvKrr.v, A. B. O. D. T, V. G. If. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. T. Q.R S. T. li. V. W. X. Y. Z. Dear Sir. f 'tidcrstniidirfg tint you have pcrempforv orders from for M.ijf tv (fiord bless her!) to maintain "e.veclu sive jurisdiction" over tho Disputed Terri tory, and lindcrst.in.ling. also, (tb.r.oudi yoiir letfr to Gov. Fairfield) ibat you w ill e?;ecuto these ordnrs nt all hazards-, wo have the '"h nor" respecl fully to repre sent to your Excellency that nn armed force amounting to some ' thousands of "cursed ynnkocs" has actually "invaded" tho aforesaid Disputed Territory, nnd to ask why the d 1 you don't you g'sj what you said you would. With tho most unmerciful respect, We am your Excellency'.-? Most obedient servants Ptissons. Impobtant Decisto Fon PviiLisirEns oi: Newspapers. J i le Tliotniwn, of Indiana, nt u lato sitting of Iho Circuit Court, nt which ho presided, gave iho fol lowing docision, in a c"so where" a subscri ber to r. ne-.v.-p.-.per refised to lake tho pappr out of tlio nfiicB if Wiut complying with tho terms of tho Publisher. "'I'hiit if a subf.ciibior to a periodical failed to notify tha editor to discontinue (lie paper at the end of tho term subscri bed for, or pay up tan arrearages, ho was bound for another oar." This settles a vary important psinciplo, IsiroitTAXT. At the n."r;-h form of tho Lawrence county Circuit Court, the o wa.i tried a case of Assnui? r.n l HjUtv, be tween Geno'iil C.i' nn 1 Serruiel Jtne, during the prvgrcs of the trial it wen proved by several w itnesses, tint S'l'i'id Jayno bed violated the known wilt cf the voters of Lawrence co-ntf, hv voting for Jlondeis'iii for iho United Stntos Senate, and we have now reccorJ c idenceof tho fact-Southern Plur. It has been judiciously a'cfermiriod by the Lawrence Circuit Court, that it is only worth thirt-j-f.tc f.vlkws to whip Sam uel Ju ne. ib. A wife in the house is ns indispensable as ii steersman nt tho wheel. '. Young men, "why d.ju't you get married !"' People when pointing cr.;t tho CiuIUof othrs are apt ti forget that others may at the same instant bo descanting upon theirs in, like manner. The ancient city of Nincvnh was 15 miles long by U wide, and 40 miles round, w ith wnh'a 100 feet high, and thick cnoj"h for three cini-iots n,breast, Bbv!on w-.s 50 miles within the wall, which' re re 75 foot thick, and 30'J b;h," with 180 brassn gates. Tha Temple of Dianna, it E;jho-. sus, was 425 fet king, nnd - 00 bronq with 120 columns, 09 feet high, to support th o roof. It was 2iO years building.