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. - -f- ,-. -r . H -j T - - - - - ; " j 59 11 Nr H7 1 "r" TERMS TllilEli COLLARS A YEU IX ADVAXCEi A?i ADVOCATE OF AMERICAN PRINCIPLES tTBLISIIED ETERlf ; JFJUDAf tipftmc. IAZOO CITY," MISS:" FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5", 1855. v BY MRS. HARRIET F. PREWETT. VOL. 4-TfO, 20 V IV ;iiiiiitf-iafjfw . w?yLz r7 " - j - -. St . V b 1- or tub . ... , -snsrrcMB Clmctfcnn 3Jiuutv PUBUSDED ETF.EV FRIDAY MORKTSO.J Tor cn year, if paid in advance, : . . : $3,00. " i f not paid in six months : : ,00 1 u u v not paid in twelve months, : $5,00. QF ADV&aTtStRG. . Om Square, (ten lines) one insertion, : : $1,00. Each Subsequent Insertion, : : : : 60.1 gT" Liberal deductions trill be extended to J " 'those advertising by the year. Q!j n . Leiral Notices. V COMMITTED. TO the Jail of Yazoo county, on' the 30th day of June, 1855, a n'-grd man who calls himself Henry. Sail boy is a bright mulatto, 5 ft-et. 5 Inches hirh; 40 or 45 years old, and says lie is free. The owner of said property ia request ed to coma forward, nrove the same and take it away, or it will be dealt with according to law. . TILL. DAVIS, Au$. 1755. Jailor. siii:uui's Wm. R. Hill et, al vs, I Yn Robinson, Trustee etc) Duncan McLaurln Jr. adinr. vs. , Wra. Robertson Trustee &.C., and j Wm. A. Stone. , J "O Y ixijia-of the above stated executions to te directed from the Honorable igh 4,-Mirt of Errors and Appeals, I will sell to the liiffhcst bidder for cash, On Monday, tne 15th day of October 1855 otthe CourtHouse door of said county, within the. hours preabribed by law the followm property, viz: Sec 7, Township 14 Range 3 West. East half of North east quarter and south-east quar ter Sec 12 N, E. quarter and South half Sec. 13 Sec. 24 North half Sec 20, Township 14 Range 4 west or o much thereof as will pay th above stated cases and costs. Levied on as the property of said defendant and will be sold to satisfy the above stated cases and costs. M. A. JENKINS, ohenri. ept'l3. '. 17 1 f. . V 1NOTICK. 4 A LI WA Persons indebted to J. V. Cusack v J.JL Guardian for Baily and Mary A. Caldwell will find their notes placed in JUaior J. J 1 1 Michis Dank for collection. They are all due V onthe lstof Ottober next. If not promptly v paid when due they will be put in the hands o 'an attorney for collection. - J. W.-CU AC Iv, Guardian, r for Baily k Mary A, Caldwell. ' . August 31, 15 7 t ' State of-Mississippi. , r Middle District Chancery Court) ' of the State of Mississippi. J At OIce Rules, August, A. D ,.1855. y S. E. Nye. Administrator, & c. 183, r. f - . . . Richard Swayze, et al. ) TTrON opening complainant's bill, and it ' tnts. Thomis J - Lamb, iames M.Lamb, A manda B. Lamb, Israel B. Lamb, William Iamb, Helen M. Briggs, Curtis Chapin, James , M. Savage, Elizi Juncaid, and ' ' Kincaid her husband, sr not citizens of this State, but res'.Ja beyond the limits thereof, so ' that the ordinary process of this Court cannot , be executed upon them. It is therefore order ed, That said defendants enter their appear 'ance hecin at the next Term of thi court, to be holden at the Court House of Yazoo 'coun tr, ; tYazoo city, on the first Monday after the luarth Monday of September next ensuing.and Elead "-r or 'demur, to the complainant's 'f v the several allegations thereof . v, ' Tor confessed against them; set V XJ ;-''' pari , and the matters thereof decrfv Juingly. , It U fuhner ordered,' t!r 1 Hxopy of th's order be published in the Amene m Banner,a news paper published in Yazoo city, ence a week for one month. ." ' ' , ' - .vice ( hancellor of said Court, the first Monday after the fourth .Mon day of March, A. D. 1855, and seal - ' of said Court. .: '.. .1k.f-.'-Issued, the 20th day of August. A: D. 1855. .P. N. M'CANN, Clerk. N. G. cJ-S. E. NrE, Solicitors. ' -, . August 24-nl4-5t. oes. thc "Eg . no v.: ia culUi-!-' very cxtcu.'. .4 every thingthat t'. cr ir.ay dcmaiiJ. T! (-;!? Jin largo qu:, c ,. j f r the quality t i V ',;sg artic'i . c...; r; Iatverf lovjrrl Airx: in 4T.J V-. i' tics 1 to 4 ypao oIJ, PfiAxis both etan t :irJ3 and dwarf la 4 ) varieties, 1 to 3 years, t!l. pEAcnES -in 100 varieties, l and 3 years c'i., 'Also- Nectarir. i, Apricots, Plums, Cher rba, Almond, Fi;:-, Quinces, Grane Vines, Ilaspbc , lcs, trawl erry plants, J-c he. Pric ed Catalogues furnished to all applicants,' ar " .dlprders accoi;ipa: bycaau or good ri ence promptly att 1?d to. , - , '.Address ' C. L. .SWASEY L CO . Cepte.mbcr 7, 1855-6m " Yazoo ( Ay ?IUJH:IKS. , , : . . ;,: v . ' ' Camllc?, , ; ' T ' K ,. ' . 1 Ho!asF(-; ; ; 4, .. - ..; .T.tva CoH'cc; ... ., a ii y-: t - ; WLL,:,cv and ..ail.';'-.'- ... ' , 1 fs 'h KKW. BOOKS. ROBERT GRAHAM,'?' v Dickens' "Works, . Heiress of-Haughton, Jealous Wife, - Confessions of a pretty woman, New Hope, trtha jcicue, ; Jlorejun, ' ' .:': ; i : ' :'y-WiU TcrrU, ' " . Mount?;;i3 and Molehills, . Note- vn Duelling, . ' ".''K?;aped Nun. Female life 'anion j; the Mormons, -' rrophets, , ' . . S Archbishops: ' , Mi6sin 13rid?, Ins and OuU in paris, Harvcitinfrsr4 ' , -Mary Uijen, - Coquet, Artists Cd Tradesraans Companion new York Consuela, r S ruthern Copy Books For sale by THOMPSON &, EMANUEL. Sent 14 . 17-tl v ISEWFIRM. n,i IMULUAivu a- wuu.u "-fully announce to tne public tbai announce to toe puwic iuhi thev have bouffhtthe entire stock of carria- . , . r 11 ATi:i!..J ges unties. e;c.oi i-owcu cx Va.u,j.uu win continue in ine . uusiuca, '""S C'J' article low lor casu ana very moueraieiy 10 a i . j wkvri mm, ' nai? i Jr.r.v.ary 5 WHOLESALE AND BETAIL-. ai- it f r m i n ft 11 AND COPPER MANUFACTORY, nearly orrosiTE to micuie's exchange bank. MAIN ST, YAZOO CITY. nnHE undesigned would respectfully call the X attentoin of the citizens of Yazoo city and surrounding country to his full assortment of TIN, SHEET IRtlN AND UUI'l'JSK . WARE, which he keeps constanlly on hand of his own Manufacture and of 1 he beet materials, and o superior workmanship; which lie will warrant to be as represented. Fol!iiigT of all descriptions done at the shortest notice. ALSU: Tin or Zinc Roofing and Guttering done in the atest and most improved style. Dcshon's Patent Premium Shou cr H.JW SSA f rru 1 :i. i r .1 1 iiicbtusiriucr nisu uiiuuiauturca uic auuvr aiina.iAV chAtxfctF hatha urhirh In? nnvonianno T-r. 1 cheapness and durability, excel any thing now in use. He has still on hand r . a. ru. j- : . - ?.Z "IJ?"" ALSO: A vey superior article of Bathing Tubs con atantlv n hand. July 6, n-7-ij W. L. STANFORD. Just Received. DOZ Lorillards Scotch Snuff 10 doz do Macaboy do 10 - I T doz do Rappe do doz Rooms Scoth Snuff in bladers. 30 doz- do Honey due snuff " ALSO ' 500 LBS Pcare Starch 1000 do Castile soap 5 Boxes Thompsons Foiled Soap also ; ' 4 barrels Madeira Wine 2 do ' Monongahela Whisky For sale low for cash by ' PB COOK &. CO. Yazoo City July 6. ; MISSISSIPPI FEMALE COLLEGE HPHE Sixth Collegiate year of the above X named Institution will commence on wonaay Depienoer iu n. uo ng.uf namental Departments, each offer ad vnta- o-p. nnsnrniisspd hv anv 'otner BOUinera in- stitution. It is located . amid a bigntonea .t. . t. i--.J :j - i.cn.u.r . . . . ... . 1 and intelligent population, and in a healthy H'fiDk-- T? KTOl Ti5i5 OSa region ofj country, and its naJUlt onr own opinions are desi; edWe' an- Q . .. . .' ... - moncrthe rrreat Female .lnstttuiions oune land. -Although under Uaptist paironage, and with a Baptist President, its Board of Trustees and -Teachers belong t dillerent ?"rSHZ? W . . - - . . 'id Tenn Kailrod to Hernando c . i . . C rcy C. lev - i -- It. 1j 1m o 10 no 0., ,:or LEXING'j.0. Carrels extra tns and for sa'e by jaly i: .V t- vr . L..ANPIE AND WIIIE3. Q Pipes old Branny 2 do;. Mad. Vine, ' 2 do Port do - 8 Casks 1 ondon Porter. . i 4 Barrels extia f.no VT"M-7, t rc- PLATrOUM OFoTIIE . AMERICAN A iV lv 1 X . .' 'of THE . ' State or.TIisissippi. if Wc advocate such a modification or tne nam- .nuu,Wan., ,...,j w.-. growing out of the same, or in caso the purity of the elective franchise cannot otherwise bo pre- .1 ...f lnna .a M mmiufV In. .TlOflflfT IVIIBI served, then we advocate lueir toiai repeal. II We advocate the passage cf a stringent law bv the Drooer authorities, to preveut the nnu gration bither ot loreigners, wno are enaer pau pers or criminals, . , " wJ ,.!0 o?r,in anA f.m.i vested rights of all nersons. whether they be na tive or foreign born. ; , V believe AnSc. should be governed mencans, .effecting .the same throushjbe We by Americans, oauot-Dos amne, me greav r uu.. mentof ail political reform in our country. x V. We oppose and protest against all abndgt ment of religious liberty. Holding it aaa cardinal riy nommg .1 u earu.uu, l-hlnlfftTtn is God, and that the Bfole maxim, that religious enca .uu.v.uyai u hi w luum a u ruv., . r is ine grim iouniam i ana atpobuory m u religions uocmoes 01 ima cuuutrjr. - VI. wmmaintain and defend the Constitution 0f the United States as it is, tlw Unions it wosl jnten(ed.by our fathers, and the rights of the ri t . 1 . i . r-T .Hj ni. We war with no party as such, bat oppose all who oppose us in these great American doctrines. - Tin. The pnaciples which weiadvocate, ore para- ",u"Uk w au;1Uto.4.uwu v. Fv,.iv.j , er, .ieir midst thov will fulrmt ncor. nowiair sne grew trom day today: asthe American Party we wiU make no attempt in , Will adopt a Ccr- What wanfenature fiIleJ her y -to revive the question of the payment of the L nio tain number ol children, but there is a What poetry -within. them lay' or Planters' Bank Bonds. THE BANNER. Friday October 5 . R, B. MAYES, POLITICAL EDITOR. Horrid Oaths. In times past, when: patriots thought iucir uuumy imperueurmey aeemea u no . , , crime to unite together for her, protection from whatever danger might threaten her; nor even to bind themselves by oaths toac complish such a holy purpose Patriots practiced it. poets praised it. and no one censured it, unless, perhaps -the tyrants whose power might thereby be destroyed, Thus "Warsaw's last cVamnton" it th I 1! r v: , 1 .. : 1 lucuuuu ui uiscuuuuy, CACiitims I . i i . jjy mat dear name we wave.tne sword on hilrh. ..r v.V .u. . . " : . . poet exclaims - . " ; a.- Thenrian MlnvL-f,mn T r-r? afr,..,!! a. ri vht hand, - " ' '. - ., ....-.. And swear to prevail in our dear native v.. i . e . . i.i wueu ireemen oi America swear to prevail in their dear native land, all the par ty in power, andtheir minions cry about horrid oathsl And when one violates, his - - oath, there are many found 'i jasjtffyhim in so doing, instead of crying,, U monstrous treacheryl ".can it be so, That in alliance; amity, and oaths, There should be found such lalse aissemb ling guile? We have been asked whether We know ofa resolution passed ma meeting of our council, to the effect that one cannot with I. draw from our . party without committing . , m, - . ' . " e' e perjury The . question seems strange; com- w , ' " i ,,.'.'. .' ng from those wht'; hayi published to the worid7wliat they declare to be the oath of our party, among which is one nerer to re. veai me proceeuiug u anr meeun?. ve 1 1 . . . . .. - can answer this far, however, that we know I of 8uca resolution being passed. r Umii hf .,ir !iiiii 1 ..i a- i "u --VMrttUU' ,r some vice, gooa ana evn; ngnt and wrong are side bv side'iri this world, and between th twoahereli-geWailysomadisptfle.t territory, which some kthink; belong the I l . ... . " 11 . -1 . i.' ' lr,ouw 10 me-wrong. ,piei as we farther from the undefined boundary, " one way or the other, we cofne at last ib'territo ry about which there cli be no dispute. In ine uuiiLrt-uuus wuicu wa uave iaen. we injlo prevent jus from-'withdr?." jwevcr, tlicr 3 c j l cf opinion as to the -r-;t":! 7" 4 we 1- ' : .a ') V UI; thcc, to x;br J?, rde?! t-3 frcn t,v V V lWl. V , . vJ s tzzzzvzZ, t.zi r::. ' , ' - V eep sc be prc;v t rorai-3. was ta tnv c lications -whi;.. XL- 3 1 1 ! . v o- cosscieati-. gar.! tlis as fallL j ritorv. wbcra thcu . ' . - . it?d trr: '-tf'if I",lf the oeraon who rnnrf1 nh .nn.. retdlution. bfJorn namH will ' v , 'nn f . ww v. vviue u a , we think we can convince him that he is mistaken in thinking such a resolution was pasfea; out we cannot be exDecte'1 to make IV .1 ' .. ' " puDiio uie proceedjners of any sewret meet . r . . a " .- y c4Ch Dg ; v ' w ' Foreign Influence Tne American - Party. . There is truth and wisdom , timely presented in the followinff extract from a clear and Rtronty iifnrJal 4 tha T.oJ l. r . r -.va- mgion .ivy.; UDservcr, 15th ult: , Let the Know Nothings be crushed to the earth; let the party be disintefmi- .f , p - tea 11 please, let power fall where RVPT Vnil PhrtftUP fhA HamonHa I . , , , m r v ".vcu. ah . , Pe0Ple ot thls country are loyal, and fi. . , , , they wUl ask their ralera td mM lawa - , -. iU " , .rr - . . : . ,1 for them, but if they fail to do so, they ut " iin wuoi tirill -noac (l,nm 4.U i'"00 lumsuves. 1118 in vain lor US to endeavor to change the natureof man All nf;rtT,a j - .v.uwuo. . 'i i, Ml. ,1 be strife and nltimate'subin nation. TTn I vi j tP a certain jint a bravo and ft gener- On Ople.will receiveputcast ' fereign-- Stopping point, and wlien there is an endeavor made to pass : it, there must and will be strife. We therefore, 6ay,J no matter what party obtains the con- trol of the government, that the wishes of the people, vague and , indefinite . though they may be,' must be speedily -obeyed. Immigration must be restrict- hvl anrl thns wlm thinlr that tha I ' vv ti tat ions of "tha eo'nnirv will wasH wtun .u . a 1; " . -Y 1 it. ; uiwxvmeriwiii pany is crusneu,are oima indeed. ti... .14" a ju into tne dust, Out tlio men who compo- sea 11 Still lived, and mey lought in tne ranks ot other parties, they retained their old Sentiments, and Onlv awaited lon U 1. Al T tl, a auuuuuiiuiiiiT iy uaaai uicui. xu mc I . . same manner,il the new American par- .r.- r: StiU Uve, and the stnle must go ion. ana at iasr tneiromeci ne enectea. j -V , , i f - " " wgaw ui. fluui acjueveiueui ui iu 1 . .... I f --. -, ' 'V aims ol the - American party as some- thim? bevond the uossihilit v of a doubt. i n mi x j . . - for to donbt this, is to doubt the future 1 ... American SOlik Thb National Convkntioh. The "A- merican' Organ," at Washington, is out with a strong artie''v in favor of postponing! li . . r '... i . it ii luetime lor noic..jitne v. j.. national Nominating Convention, frem Februe' ;22l to the 12th of May next.; The reasons giv- en are hat the Convention may not C fall upon the midst of an exciuag d usaion .in orgress, and destroy all chance ofharmo ny, and that more time and deliberation t s j u '11 . ' -ij'.i:5 . may be had to bring forward the ngnt man n j.nn j: aJIz ' tu.; i - n. .f for a candidate. The -Organ says of the I'commg man:' . ' "He must" command tne popnlar confi dence by his intecrritVt ability, .experience and conservatism. He must be a friend of the Union, but'1 must hold the - balance of the Union with-86 justa hand as that th- mn.t iph niu pva thnt TTntfthM cftrirmt r -- j uc.1' " c .iiiiv.. wmi the least dust of venality or injustice. .The American' candidate' must be in. every" re spect; anAmerican. beyond . reproach: and -go",'afw"v,,v,"' "- oi. 1 in An no hhi F ra an - Kc 1. 1 o htn r. oil tr k eh.ll 1 nsist that he present a mo. vl . character at I !jrjhicb the tooth of slander may gnaw,vwith no more of injury thah,a mouse nibbling at luni-tuu.. JSS7" It is said that Governor Reed rhas i fsraiued to remaii in Kansas, c ; ..ben :'.d as a State to be 3 yDeiaC-raiic - 'xrsaAKca uidi ' in Kutlisd, Vt cop.J.r. t' ti: , h ve r'lt br.:l: tl Vt' ; : i ty rc:;--'.!rj ti-.. ths pc;'.3 v;cr lacor.;;.-. t. -' sy toe, li -.C: 3 ,i ' .j water, r l:t cc.w ..j wculd bif-lczper "vicri t From the New York Mirror. No American noet has', written linvthincr sweeter than this from our vounir friend and cor. respondent.. Aldrichr nilllRRTlU. BY T. B. ALDBICH Poem of a little Life that teas but thrtt Aprils L6g ' Have you heard the poet tell How came the dainty baby B?1I 1 Into this world of ours? The pates of Heaven were left ajar: Vtn lol(ie(, 1an18 "nd dreamy eyeji KhA wandAiwd mitof narariiMt She saw this planet Uko a star, " O'er which the white winded aeraph. ( winged seraphs go Bearing the holy dead to Heaven ! - ghe t ed irfdee of flowera-thoie feet. n i 11 J!J ... I j.t-i--it- lnfKQ0iQ;t!.i o.i. - . They fell like dewupon the flowers! Anall the air grewF siongly sweett A,t ti,, ii.v?n.ii And thus came dainty babie Bell , Into this world of Intotb swoHd of ours! She came and brought delicious May! .The swallows built beneath the eaves Like sunbeams in and out of leaves rm i ine rooms went the live long days The lily swung its noiseless bell: And o'er the porch the trembling vine J :.u : : I oeeuicu uuioung whu us vciiib ui willCJ When came the dainty baby Bell Into this world of ourst O babie, dainty babie Bell, Those deep and tender twilight eyes, v 00 iuii 01 meaning pure ana nrigni) As 11 sne yet stoot in the light Of those oped gates of Paradise! And we loved baby more and more: O never in our hearts be fofe Such holy love was born i W felt we. had a link between This real world and that unseen The land of deathless morn! And for the love of those dear eyes, For love of hef whom God led forth The mother's being ceased on earth I When babie came from Paradise! For love of him: who smote our lives ..r-. juu .m-too-knt j- .tm.-l We said, Sweet Christ our hearts bent down Like violeta after rain! Anj now the orchards which were once , u wniw ana rosy in ineir oioom VVith genUe pulses of perfume Were thick with yellow, juicy fruit: P'u" "ip gwueo ui nuurj rare, -1 i. j 1 tt.i.j 1 -n I - The grapes were purpling n the grange Add SmS-wrouoht-iiSt a rlrh JrhnT Her petit fortf mere perfect grew, i wo wu.u wao, I In softeaei urveB her mother's face; Her Uffl oitore ripened too.- I r .L . 1 YV wougni ner wveiy wnen sne came, !" r "J.f "t ' i - iruunu ner iizxik biiu itiii.v uruw We thought we saw a rin? of namel I :. .-. .-.- . . f .mAfllMA. lA Btj! A AnV r fAV.WA MfJ.vl I WhnsB mAAniniv lv hpwnnH nnr ranrh . God's hand had ta'en away the' seal r Which held the portals of her speech! VVe never held her l?-rV sk t! We could not teach her holy things,' , SVia w a a nrir.al,,a ifrool fin nurifw & . r w w v It eame upon us by degrees j We saw its shadow ere it fell, Theknowledg that our God hath sent We 8huJdlTed with un!anmiaged paini ( And all our thoughts ran into tears! And all our hopes are changed to fears, The sunshine into dismal rain. , - . 'r . . . .." j Aloud we cried in our belief: O. smite 113 trfintlv -ntlw Gndl .... - . o j J .. . . .41 Teach us to bend and ..3J the rod, And oerfect ptow through prief!' Ah, how we love.d bef God can tellj Her little heart was cased in ours xneyre oroien casicets name lieu." last he came,' the messenger, The messr-7er from unseen lands- And what did dainty babie B ill She only crossed her little han da, ; She looked more meek and fait! - We parted back her silken hair: . We laid some buds upon her brow, Death's bride arrayed in tlowefa, ; v And thus'went dainty babie Bell -' Out of this world of ours! Quest. " .KBiTANCK.Prentice" of the Louisville journal saysr f 'lhree years r- go, a man in Mississippi cheated us out' of twenty dollars, and now his son cheats but out of about the ne " t . The vouri' 4 man's piopessity to cheat . . probably the enly twir ?,came hcr.sr'" by." r Pr2-Tes?-r t.. iJdmply 1 r 'rcaty, ci K -v -ver' ir. ' . -v -ti-i aptrijhra ztfy eye . vf orate . -r..;ir- tn a - - .v7 I r: 5 Tin ?Tru6 Ataierienii Snirltv ..the Savannah'(Gii.) Rejjublican af ter' rex-iewing the variouisjresnltsof the recent ejections in North Carotina Ten nesaee, Keutuctyj and Alabama, sunn up his conclusion in the following per tinent paragraphs. " "v " : Wheiv therefore, nil the ciVctihistan ces attending the recent elections are taken into consideration j ivhf n t Is re membered that the America riartv ia still in its infancy that-it in to some ex ent Without leaders, . and that nearlv all the old politictans of both parties are banded together against it: when. 1 . ... ... . 1 w, u is considered that the opposition was thoroughly organized,and ably con lucted and already in power in all the States named above with a single ex- ueption, wne trie Aprerican pnrty was without ieaderjs-when all the circum stances are duly w eighed, it seems to us the result, if no. a substantial victory of .l. ." . . - i. . niu -.uicncau paixy is ai leasi Irui of hope and encouragement - We "see no cause why one who has : put' his hands - 0 the plough, should turu back; butev ery reason why he should push forward and never rest from Ids' labours, until he shall have, accomplished the work that complishcd so, much within 60 short a period. ; 1 - .? It is anything " -AI pose a man willqu.. -iencan jzr ty at the suggestion ofany paper or let 1 error and ignorence. . It would be' an acknowledgement that he-ioined;the pax wiiuoui a nxea ; puapose and out of sheer, curiqity thoughtlessness. Nay it would ; be an actof self-condemna rion, or political suicide, for; which lie . , Wbllld rpPPiu-n- n-rcuW't Vm xaMa. i... iS or let 'Americans stand fi lathers have done before them;' ; rihere may be features oflhe movement which they do not like; but these will be loji' . ped olT as it grows older and wiser; while all that is goodwill remain. Ouf only reason for supporting the party is - the desire to improveliie naturaUzation lawi, and to check the "wild hunt aftei office" Bevond this we have no deR.r to go, and until this is ' accomplished we shall be seduced from oiir purpose . neither by the insiduous wiles ol the op2 pvsiuuu, uuv me ingtitiui deraonstra tions of fTtef-seven headed beast." f . ,.. ., , . - . ..... &;? sSi. Mr. C-MUouii oik IfdturaliTitiom; "In couferringthe power to pass uniform lawi of naturalization.! says Mr. Calhoun v . "the fra. raers of the Constitution must have had two ob jects inyiev: One to prevent, competition be- - tween the States in LJding out Lndacmenis for tho emmigrati on of foreigners j and the other td - prevent their improper influence over thegene' ral Governmenti through sucfc lutes as might . , naturalise foreigners, and could confer cn them " he right of exercising the elective franchise before they conl1 e sufJBciently informed of the nature of our ins" 'onsjor were interested br their preservation. Both of the : ajects. t -ill I be defeated if. the Statei may confer th aens . the right cf r' - and the other pr-'rges be longing to.the cititens.: Oil that supposition it , would 6ealmost impossible; to conceive. wh' '., good could be obtained or evil prevented bycou-v . ferring the power on CoirigressV - The. power J would be perfect!" r ;:iory. , A state mig! hold out every proper ..cement to emigrationj - f rreely as if the power did not exist j And might1 1 fc. -..ler on the alien all the political privelei i l , , belonging to a native bofti citieeri t ohly to"' the injury jat the state.Governmenti but of tl4 Union.' To illustrate what I have Jsaid sup ' pose the dominant party in New; Yorkj fiadin ; pouucai power aoout w depart trota therniShould -to maintain their asceudency, extet ' '.e. right of suffrag e to thfr thoun nds c ; Tier. 2 ' r f e very" r Z language 1 .'Ontevu. port.... i2 v world ; that annuahy pourinto her , 3riun ho deeply miht tl. des5-- of the i. Ut.c bi . efTected' :uch a r.. el Itht in fact -place the control over th Genera! Government in the hands of those who L 3Wfrntbjnr of bur ; icxtitntions; r.nd areind;.7;ret to Uie in teres t3f of ocr cev- -7.'- New Ycr'gives ahouc one-' c xi)i vft1 ' ct-ral vUes in the 'civ.iv'e of '. Preriijnt i-' ice . icsider.t; and It 's : we kr.sra that polliical i: -it stiona . kcepM.T ' - ' Ciitccarl -qua''" c.!vi!r ' toi t.o greato liticip,.: ' ; i . J.r tv.cumV: vctca e!:' ! t - " cf tU eUctioa. ..'-:.t c.,e their elec . r! .'.ur-t. 3 tctricf U::.. elfciiorf '3 cf a. Ctat 4 l Y r v.. a 1 : ' .r.4 c hr::!::j ty them t.-t .J, t' ry r "J.tgiveusa k.1.3." ; , -. Pierced .i- i'. . fe.. . ' . icktniri -1;! ceiyed and for sale by , , A. ftt ence of cpir.l; ".rouli L.t dr:...; c'.'T ri. v I... 1Q U - - ; iiai V I