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In llie papura of tlio present week will be found tlio, announcement of another term which will probably be iho last.-, I owe it, perhaps, to my .friends ami to my self to state my reasons for abandoning the enterprise in which I have been en gaped. Experience bos shown that at the rates established by custom in tho western states the receipts from students for bonrd and tuition will barely pay the teachers and defray tho incidental expenses of a school. There is not', to my knowledge', in all tho west, a malo seminary whero it is U: ihe administration of tho government cs annexation tho polic y of tins measure well us tho representatives of foreign na- the causes which produced it those lions. who brought it about und llinve who ef- Mr. Tyler further siiys, in reference to IVcled the great rosiilt that I hUII in ihe measures of annexation: "Nay, I m.'iy jtlulgc in but one reflection, tin I hope it go even further, and declare, before the imtiy not be necessary for mo ever tosriy initiative was taken, and "when tho pre-'more on the subject, liminurics were nearly all arranged, their ) ' Taking into view the genius of tho completion being ulono prevented by the I Texans and tht people' of iho Uniied death of Mr. Vpbhur, and the nppoint- jStates their idcntiiy of character, and ' mciitol uu adjunct commissioner to Mr. ( Iho proximity nl the two nations it was Vuu Zandt, by Texas," &c. From this most natural that they should become uni it might readily bo inferod that obstacles ted. For years, neither political parly had been interposed to a conclusion of , of the United States was willing to rely the preliminaries, by tho appointment of ' upon the measure for political cupiial. an adjunct commissioner by Texas. No , Texas had been urgoutiu heriinpoi tuui steps were authorised to be taken by any j tics for annexation, but they were disre agent on the subject of tho proposition, garded. (Jen. Jackson's letter brought latious ittattcrs. A Taiiph lory. Our initio Ezra is in the habit some icw l'lan r oui tlilp. " . M a wedding, Tecomly celebrated were some twenty-five young persons, all of them in a condition, which for various expected that tho revenues of the school , , 1 e 1...... 1 ..11.... .1 e Shlirtll snan reiunu ine nisi uunui 01 me cnsioi .'rovmus to the proposition by Mr. Up- it beforo the American puoile. They tliroupli Mr. Murphy, U. b. cuan'e took it up as n neoole s metisiiro. not prc- d'afl airs. Mr. Vuu Zaiidlhad bocti ihttruc- sontcd to them lv iHilitician.s. for it wan T mf I 1 r m .A j,,n let' t0 ma known to tho government of .of too great inainiitudc to he wiehhi hy six or eight thousand dollars to the public l,H,,OB,fl,H,,,.ror m.' ''' ' f " . -, , . ,. M1. o, 1,1 , ation was no longer open for iliacussionl nations. In thi-ir antion, llieiieople trave ill 1 lie an u ui nciUM'i-uunuiiiiio tiuu ivi.fuii.i- rM, . . . . . . . f I i I r i r ing houses. I use the word donate; for 1 "? ulrt. con.iectit.n with tho "P!'? illustra ion of tho go.nus of our whhin the last six years L havo made a proflomatioi,, of at, arm.sHcc between : institution.., and of the omnipotence .r present of about twentyfive hundred 1 ,oxa.9 P'"1 Mexico, corroborated tho au-. '0 vo ce .,, .n.portaut matters tou.-hii.g lollarsto tho public, and am now obliged "- "' .u.u-.u y . , :-- - Ili,!.Jmvnniinnf.,rtli1.. ler.. biiJ caused the direct propos.t.on to ciico. onsing from his w.sdom an.lferv.d bo made for annexation. patriotism, led the way, and gave more In December, 1311, the Executive of direction to the measure and to Americiin Texas found the country surrounded by feeling than t.U other men. Others fob and involved in tho. most intricate dilli- lowed whom ho led. The subject was of culties. ' To reJcem the nation it was uch grand import to the United States to discontinue my operations for the rcas on that I do not happen to have some three or lour thousand dollars more to be stow in the same way. I can say, lrom my own experience, that a teacher would not be justified in JUIHUICU III ... ., , ,V., i;i. A :.. 1 : ll attempting to establish an academy by necessary ioaccompi.su on e 01 tt.reo ou- i'"-" ""? "" , " ' i.;.t- l.t. .. nnlns, i..i.hi jocts and be designed his plans accord-14' ,f" H'col sorcerers; and, while bo sustained in charging both for tuition lnS'y-. '. ' h"t I-auliful I'tii-iirt. From a 'pi'ir.h ilclirrre.il bijore ihe Va.Jt- wgtin At'Hta(io:l ta JjaRmiUr I chu nlnmiti, Juh th, 161-5, 11 V JtMCS I!(TIIAi1. AW Xccrclarij of Shite nf lUf. Vnil'd S'H'rM- J m.e will not allow me to enumerate ,i, ,.t (lf ,le fl)miy Mle w,.um )y f,re. ;"e gentlemen 01 the parfy, suspecting nil the other wild and wicked project of r i,..,i i,;m ,,.11 n,,,u,iu ,..,., .,-, !"'e prevalence among thetn of feelings, iho l)crnocralic Adininislration, Stifhce ' ..,l. .,.. .i., tur L u liii-li w hum jihat might be easily exchanged for other ' - - 1 ;..c. .:,!.. c...i ... 1 11. j iiiijniit-i iiuno iiaimi uiiii uwiuruoie, ,j Iconliiigiy proposed llie selection of Presi ! limes of "stretching the lri.ll," a lillle-a 1 r1ea,",M; WtMr rcgardod as un-!vi..;-. ,.fa ,-i..mii r,m ..t,,i 'desirable, viz: the utiuogagod. One of . II. u n.., 1. ........ ,r it to say, that after thev hail deprived us i ...,..i,..i...i ... ,,. ...... 1.1 ol the uii-ans r.f ilefence. bv detitroVltiL' ti'i 1 1: 1 :.. .i.l !, I , . ' ".. " llfllln.llll.i..iiir, n-... .1... I... t- ., o, ur iniy aim oisoa.unng our army; ntier i,,,., j bnuk elv ie!e ground; iulm' a 7 ,V, c'njl;,nc" thevbad taken away from us the power i ..... .. , ,1 ,. 1 . ir: ..,;.. ir ,.,,.1 whose duty it should be to receive from n - , . yiii liiu rtiiliil lll III uiu "i"-i, ...... i . , . .. . ecreasmglhem bynnmngcimitierrn, ttrl-n lllB ..;, w bsull ((l ,.ink of 1 "lvi1unl a folded paper .inscribed ilw, fr'...i! ...n.a ,.l ,i.iti..,t..l .11..I i.. ...1 .....i. n . itl'itli I Iia linm tflliM l,,.riti hniwlinir if the great source of national and indiviual wealth; nfier they had, by refusing iho Il.ink of the United Slates a continuation of their charter, embarrassed the finan cial concerns of the (Jovciiinient, and withdrawn tho only universal paper mo arned rocky jw',M l',e "ante of the person handing it of oxen to ' 0'"' a's0 w'1'' l'le n"me f another erson 01 tne oilier sex, wnom tuey wotiui dium of the country from circulation; af-j,,0 )ltw slmli w,;i,1, piowm on t. It was so coiiMirr . I ... I . I C I . wmi we riuu 10 gfi lony yont: 01 oxen if j ..I..... ..... .li.l I-..:. I -...1 I il.,,! 1 1 . 1 ...1 r. .1' 1 i .1.. ..i,, ' be willint; to marry. The president, in ili ni'li Inr more than a week I tliouiit 1 , ,. . , 3 . ' 1 .1 ..1 1 .t- 1. .111 1 , 1 I addition to tiie restraints of Ins own sense 1 slioiihl oie, It e en a most killed me, J , , , , I iiii iiouor, Ivan 10 vk pin iiiuicr u sriicrnii swan. Why one day 1 was holdiii', am and board, twice tho rales ordinarily de manded at our western colleges. In tho lllllllUCVI Ul I'll! ilpaivni Lunugv,,, .1, 1111 I n, , . . . r t east and south boarding schools arc es- K ?.cas V 1 'f recognition o Mexico, tablished and carried on by individual en- a,,u " "u 0"uu", ,u" terprise. But ihe.i tho charges are from was.l ,,i nl .a ll L'aty wllh s,,"lts I,owor , ,i,..,imn.,.u 1,;1, tl. eii.i, fonsive against Mexico. In advancin; biect was to obtain an- ; it advanced the prospects of many able nexation. If 111 thai ho did not succeed men 011 one nanu.ivno stipporteu ir; 011 his next was to secure tho independence i'1'0 other, like a destroying angel, it car ried destruction on its wins. It two to three times as high as tho custom of the west permits. II schools ot tho grade ot academics are to have an oxistenco among us, there is only 0110 practicable way of establish ing them; and that is by the united ettorts, and if ho should fail in lhuso, his tliinl, , nindo and made tlie great Men of Amer ica it h.Ycdj tho great seal to Jackson s ailClli" Hl.lllUVUmClllH. his policy, his first movement was to scud ' I am t' u'y your follow citizen and friend, Mr. Keilv lo iho U. S terthe people had become unaccustomed ! to, and, of course, nn willing to boar tnxa- j tioti, and without money in tho Treasury, j they rashly plunged us into a war with a tuition more able to do ns injury than any iilliorin tho world. What was the dread- I fill necessity fur this desperate measure? I Was our country invaded! No. Was it to protect our little remaining com merce lrom tlio uiiuricH it sustained iv ho orders in Council? No. Commerce was not such a favorite, and tho mer chants wished for no warmf that account. Besides, if the existence of the orders in council had been its true cause, afior their repeal our country would have accepted tlio olive branch which was ottered by j England. What then was the cause? The one for which tve'professed to draw I md risk our all, was to deter- 1 I incunuiMi '1 1 e j.i.t nine foot and a half through it-hard acaT l" 1 18 I""P"8'1""' wcre "r :,,,, '1 ,i.;, .... 1. ti,. 11. :, itiincto leave the room. J hose whose iiml I was going straight thro1 the Mump, j , h,nc0 w reciprocal, that is, whose a when I happened to think it mii;ht snap i l,LMS contained the same two iiamos, were together again, so j,t threw my feel1'" ,,c ltvtely informed, while the so .nit and I had no sooner done this than, it i U;eU'" f,f Hu''t's were to remain Miappr-d l..,.e.her. taking a fmtri hl. f disclosed. I ho result was that the trial the seat of my pantaloons. Of course, 1 "'aue-ai. s. areu in .no expr. .en.; IIIHI tyl,:TI UK, VIU IILIU H'lSIIU i I'UIV j i pledge of eternal secrecy. All refusing a minister (Mr. Kelly) lo iho U. b. with instructions to present to the government at Washington the subject ot annexation, which had lain dormant for three years, SAMUEL HOUSTON. The ''Catholic spies" apiiu. Very unexpectedly, (says tho St. Louis ,1.i:...... ,.C Ofi,l. ..Ii ..... 1....... Ir LUU1II, U11U LIIUl 13 tllL. UllHl.ll Vllili lo, l, z . i lll.l'UIMILlll I'l illU I. 1 1. I HO Hill V nd at the expense of tho citizens of tho immediately proceeding that period.- . f(mnJ jn lhe St L()uiij NcW9 LeUo dillerent districts of iho country where inoso instruction., were ca, icu out m c.llli((i c r pushed in this ci ty.lhe such schools are wanted. ' "8 '' manor hV Mr" Rul but 'no1 'editorial matter of which, it may safely I would embrace the present occasion '7 oiscom agemoui 011 u.o p..... o. bo J.eiSUllcti( undergoos tho supervision , - VUIIVIIU. II.IKIVI 't 1 IIH.t.l IV IUUI ilMIU. occasion y discouragement .on th part of l,0 ..resumed, undergoos tho supcrvisio s, both of the United Slates. In ,1842 : Mr. Roily "..f Iiembol.s of t,e church, de mted ll counties, resigned, and Mr. Van Zandt was ; . u..1)OSO ...., ,,. cnimeiita. to return my thanks to my friends l? 1 .H..1.1 n.t.l .if llm n.ti frhlinrinn- illl 111 lla. for tho very liberal patronage with which "out ?U"J. wlie" 1,10 proposition J. r . ni1 nnnpvitttnn vvns rnnnvviil. , 1 Iih ro- they have honored me; and 1 would Bay, , " , in ,'articular, to the many able and wor- ewal ? proposition was heard and . 1 11 jp ... mntw1i.11 hahitual nnathv. About this r iv vn.inrr iiihii wiiij iiiivu 1 1 uu uu iiiuu no i V J o i'i.....i.CuM A oo.lnir i tlnif tin Imnnv UICUI11IDIU ilUUVlUUI Is mien .w " ' 'I t. . . .1 I ' " J " i"ilwJiiik " sslhhv hours which I havo snout in their society beSan l? PPeratre W "'e lhc,ro we,e mc,a"3 Orecn thtm, l.ecauscthc denialof the Pros- . - t 1 iiduiI uritiii liiriiafiii liir.i I 1 1 fill iihw iiii. t 1 . ... . ... while endeavoring to communicate ttie , " ;sulent through his organ is explicit: nor elements of knowledge, will cverbo cher- lue success 0fthe measures of an.rexa. w oc juimni( aaillst.Mf, ished amone tho most pleasing recollec- t.on depended upon the internal political . McCaN bh)CQ Jlho0 ..Ct,urier de8 Etn8 . . . . tnomiitioti nt ilia iinirnn niian 111111 riiii '., , . . . tionsofmy life; and that they, wherever . : e ; Unis," speaks ot hun as a gentleman J . . .... immi niiv tnti-imino nr Tf,l-r,.rrn M1VI'I! nl' . 9 . our tlio purpose, a pretty free commentary upon iho charge made by Mr. McCalla, and tho denial which was made on behalf ot llie rresideut. lu this article it is said: - Il'c find it impossible to ilec'ule he was tight, but I held on to the plow i.an- , made themselves happy, and their several KonnK un i: I'iiknomenon. The ourier des Etas Uni says than Mr .llnu .it.., ,1... ,.. , .... niufara .'l.l '.I i.i.9, mill , , , l. I ill.. ll Ullliri'7 ti. iih i l I they could, that team of eighty oxen i u,"""i were 'ly consummated. couldn't tear my pantaloons nor cause me to let fin my grip. At hist though, nf- ! ( ter letting the rattle breathe, lliey gave (.,atz of Nl.w York, has a child which another st long pull altogether.and the old j alr. Jrt an example of the freaks of nal.iro stump came out about the quickest; it as (VVIK 'pi.'o child is hardly twenty- had monstrous long roots too, let mo K H two monltiH Id.anJ is 3D inclic-s in heiclit. Itecenily it grew four .i. , - you. My wito made tlie cintti lor wiem pantaloons, and 1 haint worn any oilier to this l no sword, and riiK our an, wasio ueier- i j.;.. 1 ;,. mine an abstract question of the law of' Tjie o()"v (. Sl)OI(li, m.1(le nations, concerning which an opinion l ........ i j1(.,i !,. dillerent from that of our administration ,... ,., ... . Vflll. ..,,.,,,.u ivnst lii-lil l.v nil Eurone. to decide . whether a man can expatriate himself or . Too Many Siocki.nos. Widow Quig not. In tho decision of this question our J nles looked over her fence into Mrs. administration pretended to feel a deep .Struggles yard, and discoveied five pair interest. Thecreater part of those for- tof i stockings hanging on the lino. inches m Unco days, and then after twelve day's inter mission, it grew 4 inches in a week. As iihn Courier is informed bv Mr. LeTand lit it WOuld Ml. French nli vuiri un wlm alloiiilp.l it it ...w . ..... is the most curious phenomenon ever ob served, the most rapid growth known being 3 inches iji 2 days. We add with regietthat this abnormal development has exhausted the strength ot the child, which i i . . . i. . . . . .i . .i . t . i iii .,,,.ii.:, i.,..i o i ..i.l ....!...... i, .i; i ' is re.iureu in sucu a staie uiui uib ctrcuia- Ulizona l..o nt.iiiu iiu uiii;i.tui u, ii, mi, i i,i, .en, sin niic, nui 11 un uiiiu nni i . i.i,i, 1 i.. . ,Z i . .i : m... c.:,... i 'fi.,.l.t i ...:-'. r !.;,. f,...,i i lion of the blood can be seen in its veins. luni! ui;i;ii uicil m uii.ni iui.iiiin. i in I , inui iiiri unii in aiirtnnr;., uiiiii, ii.iiiii , , , . . . 5. . . ... - . . 1 ... .1 liv.i. riiilu lie tlin iit.rKinrr .t rA-,ivim- ' j J , , . i and they despair of raising il. had been one ot the groat means ot ele- j and 1 vow, tin. r jest like the rest on vatingtho present ruling party, and itj'em. Thair ain't but four in the family, would havo been ungrateful for that par-! no hcow, and where that other odd tew ty to have abandoned them. j conic from ee'n a most puzzles me. 1 "Superficial observers may suppose , didn't see no one go in, as I knows on tins to have been the real source ot Iho t heow on airth could they git in thout me 3 Ul lilt HIV, UU-! IllUfc UIUI, HIIVIV ..I ....... W.'IO, L- 1' ll I. tl .11 .III., UO W LUIIUblllllll respective lots may bo cast, will be "P"'1 n,,y "'tr.gues of foreign powers or 1,, V(raci(y u al)0V0 tm.im. and war; but whoever will caretully and im partially examine the history of our coun try, will find its true origin to have been ; CARD. TIia atili-i.;iiRi-h!iviii'? returned from the Kustern Cities, whither eholmil gone to receive the Spring lnliinna inn 1 nneehiise her Stock, can now be found at her new estnblislimeiiloVer the Store Itooui foraievly occupied by Ainswm ia OS. tv uioin anil just otto tloor eust of Rebel- & Kttlz. . ' She has on hand a beautiful assortment ol Ciitpe, Teurl Umid nud l'nluiclto ' BoiuieU, Eibbons, Hhwhih. nil' kinds of Bonnets ami dross Trimming (latest styles) together Willi gienl viu-ity uf Fiiacy ai-liules lor Ladies. She is pre pureil to make Dresses, llonueU uiui trim the same oomhiuing titste, beauty and fiuhion crpial to aiiyeiisteru eautblisluneiit. - Work prontptly fiuUned and furuwued at tlie time promised. . KT.IZABKTI1 MLHU'HV. .Lnncaster, April 14,-13-17. Talunhle Ucallislalc for Sale ADJOINING LANCASTER. WII.I. h!I at nrlvuto sale 62 4(1-100 Acres ot Lund lviiiL'iu i-earol'Staubeiy's Gulden, North east of Luuciistei-, being Lola Noa.7&,10 in Ihe l',., i;ii,, f tho Haldwin Kstute. These two Lots lie togolher. uad for sittmtiou, fortility nud nltnust evervolherudvuultio, they form ouo of tho most valuable Iracts of land in the County. Terms moderate. Apply ! M. A. DAUGHKRTY. Lancaster, .Inly 23, 1817. "H Jewelry. SO MB of lhe finest specimens of Jewelry over brought lo Lancaster, among which muy bo found Cnmoo l'ins, simile stotto do. DraceloU, rii-in. Puiii il i-.i.m-H. FitiL'er rinirs. Karrincs. Mm- ii.turo C.nn. lltiii- OniameuU, (iuard nud Fob Kevs. Golduud Silver Thimbles, itc Cheap for cash at GATK8 & COSrfclt'S. Lancaster June 13, 1811. , 5 " Lookiii'sr 'las"llJiicii. TKS COSl'F.K. fin the Tullmailge House) y are propured to fui uislt Looking Glass I'lulus i.C .ill hixhs. from 8 bv 10 inches to 15 by titi inches, at very oie price. Liiucustor, Juneii5 1847. acccomnunied by my warmest wishes for their welfare. JOHN WILLIAMS, Greenfield, Sopt 17th, 1S17. Political. of Texas. Tho Executivo was not moved by the "direct proposition for annoxatoin," but by tho pledges give to him by Mr. Mur phy, charge d'affaires of the United States. uelorotho adjunct commissioner wasap- when, moreover, we know that just after the dejtarture of the brave and gallant Kearney, the rumor here was current, that the Catholic chaplains who were lo accom pany his expedition Din not no so, be cause they asrertrincd the vresutrnl (ij: pointed by the Prosident pledges were y,- W fo u wif chaplllins bat 4icn. Houston's Letter. Huxtsvii.le, Texas, July 18, 18 17. Col. F. ,. Hatch, Editor of the Texas Banner, My Dear Sir: Within a few days I demanded by him of Mr. Murphy, based upon Mr. Upsher's letter, that a millitary and naval force ot tho United States, sufficient for the defence of Texas, should ho placed at the disposition of the Presi dent, and hold subject to his orders. , " i . .i . ..nr.. .1.1.. TT..:...... uoni. nave seen a ,eor... u.o . eeruy Tfc. far as -Mf Mu , foU au r tlm lOili Ii- cii'ai tlio cirrnntnrn nf iv- ... J, . . ,M b .r thonzeu to eto in tho mailer. facts stated in tho letter demanding, as I conceive, some notice from mo, I would not trouble you with this communication. Or if the facts stated were not material to the truth of history, and tho character I Upon this, tho-Executivo of Texas waived other domawds, which were, that in the event of a failure on the part of the Government of tlio United States to consummate annexation, after negotia- - of those who, at the timo, were the chief "s w ouco openeu ouiwoo . iat two functionaries of tho Texan Government, u"vu"""e ,la'B" I should feel it incumbent on myself to guaranty the Independence of! exas, or solicit some explanation of tho facts' al- fn'or into a treaty uetoiwivo against wex i i ti. .a Amniiniiiii, Cfnm i ico. 1 hese demouds were waived to so high and respectable a source are well presoiil, with tho assurance that pro calculated to enforce thorn upon the vious to opening negotiations at Wash .,P .....l..a no nnlhnni;,. n.ld l.nt na UlfflOll Cliy, IIIOSO UOOgUB bliou.ll uu matters arising from the misapprehension e,,t0 lexas through her commissionors, jl)y p,.0,slant clergyman, he slanders of truth. Mr? Tyler says - or tho matter was to rest, as nothing less !lno nosls t() carry favor with tho Prot- ' .' '.-it - i .i . - thiin n iini-fnct rf.inrnntfifi for tho secu ritV ! ,..... n ii Inui ,v,n-. "iNor was ;i uiiiu i received aumcniic " , t , , , . P J c.nuino. umn i.ii...iia...... information that other nations wore ex- i"a" W0U1U 00 siaciory 10 mo crlinrr all thoirefl'orts to induce a course I resident. TT .. , of action on the part of Texas, as I firm- vem oer. u uae ly believe, with the permanent interests England and Franco had all been invok- ,ff tho United States that I gave dime- ftl by 1 exas and requested to act joint- lions to my lamented friend, Abel P. Up- ly. or ovorally, ." producing peace be- shur.tben Secretary of State, to break 1 exas and Mexico., iexasfouod up and scatter to the winds the web of ihose powers al equally we 1 disposed to r. ... , . i- navn her to her fate, rather than risk an v- heir intrigues, oy a uireci proposiuou 77 . , , o .1 . cr nn,ivT.tin, : . thing 111 her behalf. On the part of 1 ox- 1NTKIGUERS. Hence their refusal '." Our readers will recollect the question of veracity pending between tho Presi dent and Mr. McCalla. The latter as serted that tho President told him "ho ap pointed tho two Catholic clergymen not as cltaplainshul an spies." The Union, on the President's authority, denied the allegation. Mr. McCalla reafhrmed it. So it stood till now, when the foregoing statement, from such a source, certainly favors Mr. McCalla's" side of tho ques tion. Our opinion of lhe matter has already been given. It is all a piece of dema gogucry. Wo suppose the President nreteiided to tho Catholic, that ho ai- were waived for ,w,;tiinil them out of resnec.l to their re- '1. 1-1 .1.. i.l- . . ligion, wniie ine real onjecrwas to curiy favor with our Catholic voters; and in tho samo spirit, when reproached for iho act n .... 1111 I seem on em: i hey could nr. navo not it, 'cause tho hull lot on 'em is poor as pison. Got 'em gin tew 'em mabbe, but far different. It took its rise from the i ihal aint possible tiither for they haint over weaning partiality which the Demo- got no rich 'latious. Well, I do wish one cralic party have uniformly shown for of the gals 'ud cum eout; I'd ask her. France, and lhe consequent hatred which j Ah ! there is Sally; Sally, dear, I see you thev fult ai'ainst her creat adversary, ' vou havo ben increasin' your wardrobe?' Eu-'land. To keep this foreign feeling j 'How so, Mrs. Quigglesl' inquired alive, has been tho labor of their loaders . Sally. for more than twenty years; and well j 'Why, you hev got a addition of stock have they been repaid for their trouble, : ings on your line dear,' answered Mrs. for it has beou ono of tho principal causes ' Quiggles. of introducing amd continuing them in 'Oh yes,' Bays Sally. 'I have been knit power. Immediately before tho war, i nng a pair for the Parson, ma'am.' this foreign influence had completely em-1 'Indeed!' said Mrs. Quiggles, turning bodied itself with every political fouling . away in high dudgeon; the pesked, nasty, of a maioritv of iho people, particularly ' good-furnuthin' chit thinks to begin at the in the West. Its voice was heard so parson's feet and knit upwards to his af loud at the seat of government, that the jfoclions; but I reckon I'll spile that; I'll President was obliged cither to yield to give him ahull suit of woolen to kiver his its dictates, or teliio from othce. lhe reverence. 1 know d them stockitis lied choice in this alternative was easily made ' no geud purpose I knowed ill' St. by a man, who preferred his private in- Louis Rcveilc. torest to tho public good. Wo wero 1 thorefore hurried into tho war utterly un-; prepared. i "What has been its result! exactly 1 . i.i.. ....... r... ...... i..i ,,t witai eveiy leiisiiiiiiu.u iim.i " u- . . . , , , J ... . . 1 ...i.l..,. Uc. ...Ill .IllVQ .111 Ilk II. ! lltlll llV Wo declared our ""- '- "".'" "J , J -1 1... ...1.. .,1...,. water. 1 110 tavern Keepers, sieumuiiui VJilll.lll. 1,111.1111.1 . . lii;.Moar.D Abdication of the Empk- iior of Russia. Wo translate the fol lowing paragraph from the Havre Jour nal of August 31: "FRnNTir.nn op Poland. The ap proaching abdication of a certain illus trious personage is regarded as certain. People connect with this rumor tho fi nancial transactions which have produced so profound a sensation. 'It is asserted that this august person age will cud his days in Italy. It is not believed that this event involves any change in the laws of succession to tho throne. It is certain that this august personage is in a coiiditlou of much suffering. for annexation. 1 Mr I .1 1 1 1 . r .i..,.i t. . 0,rti i, I us. una looKeu line iuir iieuiing, muutt il 80UIII3 iiuiji tu in Miaiiujn uiiaiiuiuu it , , . - . . . , r 1 Tli. t int ir hi! ipnmnmiim 1 hti 0,10 VVUIW j ""W. . 8. IS 12 A T Y Kookscllcr and Stationer, One 'loor weit of the Hocking Valley Bank. MAIN STREET LANCASTER. OIHOi KEEPS cimstniitlyon hand, a large assortment of Mudicul Miscellaneous mid School Hooks Also Blutik-bouks, Slalionnry &c; &c. of every description. All of which will be sold at prices us niodorato us those of any establishment in Centiiil Ohio Lmicualur Juno 05. 10 17, ly7. This certainly left no web of intrigues to scatter to the winds, The object of all men should be lo reprehend in others what is wrong in it self; ori in truth, to impute whatever de serves rebuke; but, to charge either na- authorities of Texas were favorable to those intrigues, and were willing to com promit her rights and interests as a nation,, or that they could not perceive the force and effoct of tho web which was ' t i i XT..... weavinx arounn nor uosuuy. nuw, . . . , , . , r ,. . . ? - I-,-,,;,- - ,., ' tions or ndividuals with faults or crimes either inference would do injustice to nor , . , ' , i . , J which do not exist, because it is palata- ..I. oi'n .I ni' . . . . ' .. 1.,, ...uv.... - -. ..!. .! u,l. nli miiv nrnni The authorities of Texas had roliod u,u lu.a . u,u "y r iiiu u "i"i 1 ' w . . . ,;mr, ! ,,ni oinifiI In tho liitnlliiTfinrn for years upon a plain and rank propo- Z' ' su.on lor antiexa ion, ana na nopeu 10 o & , f j bo met bv a cordial and manly accept- " UKU,"B ' 1 ao . , 'Bl , r . ,;,,;, ,;.i , Tnv connected with the transactions of tho ance. muy . .,.,.. 1 dav) to assert that I was delighted when as was treated with coldness, reservo or " 7V"i . .....t. .... m..:,.t ..;.;,; i of a Kanb Icttor. Cin. Macracon.of tho Day ton (Ohio) Trans cript tells tho following good ono, us part of his experience. He says: Wo have travelled some 1500 miles Cheap Watches. PI'.USONS wishing lo purchase u good Gold or Silver Watch, us cheap na they can . in the Kusleru cilies; are invited to examine tho exteu si ve assortment for sale by ' - , GATKS & COSl'F.lt. Talluimljtn House, Lancaster, .1 mm 18. la 17. Silver Ware. flVinT.r. n.im.i-t ami Tea Spoons. Suit, Mas- L turd nnd Cream do. liuller Knives &.c. also the Real German Silver Table & Tea Spoons, For sale by GATKS & COSI ER. June 18, 1817., ' ' : A' Ciold Fens. New arrival by express nt ' . UATl-.S OSl'EU'S. Juno 18, 1317. 1 - ' .. Dioluliun Notice. nrim1. fii.n of .I.C. Maccnickeu havingdiiisolv- JL ed, J. C. Mncoracken associuliug hiuisol .;.), Wm lt fialln aitli uud John Milcci-uckou Uik. inn charge of the accounts" and books of J. & .If L. iviaccrucKou uu .,. v. ..mo. heroby given to till those iudobledthutimmediute payment must bo made. , . All ori-nmiu inisottled nud all notes unpaid on the 15th day of June next will bo loft in the li.imla ..I' ni...nnr ndirnrs for.Culluctioil. John Muccracken will alwuys bo loiind at tho eoaulins room of Muccmckeii & Gidbraith, - J. C, MACCUACKKN, . J. MACCU.VCKliN. LuucasterMay 10th 1817. palpable discouragomeiit. It. this condition of alTairs, common sense, without common sagacity, sugges ted tlio only feasible plan to attain the de sired object, au mat was, to excite jeal ousy and alarm on tlio part oi ino politicians and tho people of tho U nitod StatoB, in relation to the future com mercial and political connexions of Tex as and Iiiuropean uattens. ' 1 fits was eas ily accomplished, by treating -with si Mr. Tvlur took l ie official "initiative in tho moasure of annexation. I thoug'it bis bold and manly course, in assuming a just and proper responsibility, was such as should characterize the head of a great nation. ' Accusations havo been so frequently made against tho authorities of Texas in directly, and against tho representatives of foreign governments directly, that I havo folt myselt imperatively called upon . . : ..ii ...i. r..i : . :.. let.ee all the charges which wore made avow io a.. wu .. ... , e :.. ..:.. .i. oarntnc or embracing the truth in re- OV eutioia in iuuuuo iiuwopupcio in iuu ... ., . .i : . . ii -,.,i i ,w mnttnr. that there never was United btates. v ... . ta'" w . i ...:.i -p..... i ,, , . - . , T - nnv ltitrio'UO con uocieu w is i c.us uuu Tim .Innt mnirislrntn of limns vvns U"J "u"duu ,.....i ...:,u ,. ii. nii;Tvnf other powers, nor was thoro ever any CUUlf-uiiw.... vr.? - , . .. , oft. En" and -subsidizing ncr to i-ranco , . ,. ' . , -.a "p! , i;- .i:i. on reiterated, only in tho feverish excite ;?oT rr. I take ? of Healed fancy or tl, mischievous place! All these charges remained un designs of the wicked. ' .1:,.I i.". .1,,. inni-nnls of Tnxns. I feel constrained to say thus much in and the eiTect was all that could be do- vindication of myself and friend who sired. Jealousy toward England and were actors with mo, and who sustained Ti.,,o n. nwakfined. This bocat ex- mo through tho period alluded to, as well Us tho roDroseiitatives ot othor Kovern citemeur., wuic.i ui iKiuaici. iivuu.uo i , . . . - . , i" it..;Aa whirl, ntents who rendered us kindness, without couiureu up uuiiuiio v.i"n,jv"i . . hadexisted in imagination. ., . over proposing aught which could ombar- The facts, os well as the diplomatic rass or aegraue ioj.ua correspondence ot Texas, in an uioae ver.esu u .Uu... matters, will vmdicato tuoao engagou m thy the author Atlas. What llie l eoiile meaii. Tho Memphis Eagle, speaking of tho large Whig majority in that cily, holds tho following language: 'lhe vote ot our city is a proud ami glorious achievement. Not as a more par tisan triumph do wo proudly recur to it, but as astern rebuke of an honest, dis satisfied, chagrined and indignant peo ple, who have frowned on an Adminis tration and its rulers whom they helped to elovate, for their wickedly involving the nation in a prolonged; life-and-trcas-ure wasting War, wholly uncalled for, and disastrous to the best interests of the nation, in every view that can be taken of it, as woll as for thoir insolent, despotic and infamous course in denouncing all as traitors who dared to doubt the wis dom and justice of tho war. We do ro joice that Memphis has so nobly rebuked the President a son though tie ue oi uei own State soil." COIIMIStCllt. Among tho resolutions adopted by the locofoco couvontioii on Saturday, was one which condemns the Banking Sys tem and declares that tho democracy, thou, and there assembled, view with ap prehension and alarm tub INCuuasf. of ., 1 .1 ..f ll... J..ANKS 111 11)13 anu Oliie. unnco . Union. - Thos. J. S. Smith Esq., the author ol that resolution, and chairman.of the Uoni- miltoo who reported it and the others a dopted by tho Convention, assisted in oi ganizing the branch of the State Bank ofOhiowhich has just gone into opera tion at Troy, and is the owner ot stocK in that concern to the amount of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS! Vayton Journal. ' . . its commencement !. . ..c. Ilie.lllOII Ol LIMI.IUUI ...g VJUlluuu, , - . .... ...ll, J ..c .,:., ;, ,., captains, kc. kc, have uniformly chalk lor me piirpusu in tuinuAii.K " " , , . ,. ., . i , . I . .. - nA ..ii, hut un.l li.iltirt.nll. 1 v rr.I.iHi'd to United States, or ot compelling our ene-" - p" i . my to yield tho doctrine !r impressment, ! permit us to pay our way. In short, up- is immaterial to the presen! question. the raging canal, upon the Instead of conquering it. we have our- m the packets, hotels un, tl. a. ng selves been in Jaded in every quarter, ; Pes of Lake E.te, we have had a i .i i .ii 1 r ,1. .....,. l,.w tiroat lice mow hiui navo mint,... i.j and the host blood otlho couutiy lus , h uu . ,, ., streamed in defence of our own soil. ; bee., regarded among the -Ova, l h tu, Is Tho very capitol of the United Slates, i 1 1- you w, 11 regard as very nl - . the lofty temple of liberty, which was and certainly a very agreeable and ...Ua . reared and consecrated by' Washington, j tageon. way of .ravelling but theie has been abandoned to Us fate by his 1 was one "Iree blow" which came J.ea. DEG EN Ell ATE successor, who ought ; kicking us into the mubllo of next eek to have shed his last drop of blood in its , 1 he incident is so comical that wo will , r i relate it it lhe loko is at our expense, dolenco. I ., . . J . . c c. i i;.i "After the Administrution had entered ... o. 7'", ' sieuiuets which pioy ut-iwvv.i Chicago, tho fuz on our chin grew ratti er loniror than was agreeable, and we re paired to tho barber shop ou board to have it taken off. Tho fellow did it u in first rate style. After he had combed ' So much lias boen said in relation to ' SiNurtAit Discovkriks. We' havo heard that, after some of tho voters at iho late boroiiii'u eloction had taken their coffee, before proceeding to the poll booth, a remarkable sediment was found at the bottom ot their cujis; it was no oth er than a golden sovereign, which had probably been considered as an excellent substitute forsuL'arby those who provid ed tho coffee Liesccstcr (Eng.) Cron. upon the war, instead of coining forward i with manly confidence, and taxing the j people for its support, they basely shrunk ; from their duly, in order to maintain their popularity, and adopted the rninous sys tem of contest by borrowing mnnoy. What wero the effects of this policy? Does not every man in the country know, was it even disguised by the Administra tion, that tho United States would, in a a shojj time have become bankrupt, had not poaco been concluded! Thaukstheu i heaven, that wo have obtained a peace. DAD AND DISGRACEFUL AS II IS; othorwise the beautiful structure of tho Federal Government, supported ny the sumo feeble hands, might have sunk, like tho cnpital. into rums. "Instead of exempting seamen sailing under our flag from impressment by tho war, wo have altogether" relinquished that principle; bocauso it is a well estab lished truth in tho law of nations, that it war bo waged by ono country against another for a specified claim, and the n-nntv which terminates lhe contest, is silent upon that subject, it is forever a baudoned. Ihusthe Government have at last vielded the very point for the inaintaiiiance ot which tney proiesseu io go to war, alter having expended nearly $200,000,000. Wo havo not oi.lv not obtained by the war any thing which wo wero taught to oxpect.but we huve lost many valuable privileges. All tho numerous rigut uuu advantages, guaranteed to us by Jay's reliunuishod, nay, wo have not only been compelled to conclude u trnnitf which does not contain uuu un- i,iiu Ktinulation in our favor, except that there shall be poaco, but which unsettles ilw. boundaries of our country, and leaves to tho decision of commissionors whether we shall longer retain a part of pur own territory, which we have held in quiet i . -f . .. .x.. i. possession tor more man yeuis. and slicked up fine, we felt gratified, ..' - i . i . pulled out a dime iV prottereii it n mm us u reward for his services. Ho drew him self op with considerable pomposity, "I understands," said ho, "dat you is an editor!" Well! what of it? said we. "We never charge editors nofin,"said ho. But my woolly friend. Raid we, there i . i . n:.. area goou many eouors travelling uow-a-days, and such liberality would prove a ruinous business. 'Oh neber mind" said he, "we makes it all up on de genimcn. We inconti nently slojied. Fishes Tamf.d by a Chii.u. In a otiarter of the town of Hinghaui, known 1 .. . . . .. i:..i.. :..i .;v as KockynooK, liiero is a o.nu years old, who resides near me uuu who . i .i i-l... ... ,.iiii;i i-L :ilil A rln- lias lan.cu ine nsuua .u iu. ......... - She bnnau by throwing crumlis Herald Officf.," NORFOLK, Sept. 4, 2 P. M. ) N A VA L. Commod ore Stirrer yester day hoisted his broad pendant on board tho U. S. lrigato lirandywinc, bound tor lhe Brazil station, on which occasion the usual salutes were fired. She will put to sea with all possible despatch in obe dience to orders to that effect from Wash ington. We hope that she bears to tho Government of Brazil such a balm for its offended dignity as it may honorably re ceive, and ours honorably offer; and which may effectually nip in lhe bud the embryo quarrel between two nations whose com mercial intercourse should unite them in the bonds of peace and friendship. The I-asso. In a night skirmish the lasso is a dan gerous article. A Califoruian will lasso a mail and drag him to the ground in one minuto and wilhotit getting ofl'his horse he will take his lasso off the nock of his vanquished foe, and in two minutes will be prepared tor another. I havo seeu a man do this when fighting the wild Indi ans and a man pursued by two others with a brace of pistols each would stand a better chance of saving his life, than a man pursued by one Calilbmiaii within lassoing distance because the party pur sued by those with the pistols might pos sibly dodge and destroy the aim of his pur suers, but he who should be pursued by the Califoruian with his lasso, would have no means of escape, because the lasso, when thrown at anything that is running, is as ft ue in tho hands of a Cali f.,riiian as a rifle ball from a good marks man's steady aim. gree. one uegau "j " p into tho water. .Gradually the hshes h.n. iied to distinguish her tootsteps, and darted to the edge whenever she ap proached; and now they will actually feed out of her hand, and allow ner io touch thoir scaly st Jos. A venerable tur ilo is among her regular pensioners. Tho control of Van Aniburgn over ins wild beasts is not more surprising than that which litis little girl has attained over 1,hp finnv olavmatos. Visitors have been attracted from a ilislauco ot several nines to tho spectacles she exhibits. . The fishes will have nothing to uo wun any one uui iheir tried friend. They will trust no one else, let him come with provender ever so tempting. Even fishes are not so cold-blooded but they will recognise the law of kindness and yield to its all embracing power. Jiostrn Transcript. Eatinu Spiders Tho Albany Knic kerbocker says: A good joke is told a bout a verdant daughter of the sod a ser vant up town. Iho nrst day she mane her appearance in the kitchen, the lady of tho house was present to initiate the unsophisticated daughter of Erin in iho science of cooking. In preparing for 'dinner, she desired tho girl to bring her the "spider." "The what, mam?'' in quired Biddy, with great astonishment "Why, the spider," replied iho mistress of tho house. "The spidher, is it orh, holy Moses, and do ye alo epidhers.iii this country och, what barbarians."" rSIn those days long since gone by when Wisconsin was the far West; threo wn.rons container the 'ponateB: family and trape of a hardy emigrant to that far off land halted in Cleveland. Among the family was an old nianwho twenty years before had passed the 'three score years and ten' to which wan is entitled and in spiioofold father Time, had taken a new lease oflifo. A citizen ufter a va riety ofothor questions, asked the mover of what earthly use the old man could be in Wisconsin. ' Wa-a l,' was the sober reply. I calc'late 1 am going to .ay out bran now settlement and I thought as I could'nt spare any of the younger chaps, I'd bring along the old man to start a grave-yard with. J rNover pay a printer when he first presents his bills lo you, for such an un expected phenomenon might cause a rush of blood to his head, uud throw bun into fits. i .? Vr. -. f. : ': it. r " t- t-: L.. , ' '(. ' t-! i. i v'