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WESTERN UNIOX-IIAXNIJJAL, MO., JUNE 19,
1851.
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HANMHAL, TIII KSDAV, .Il'Ml I'l....
o. t,l.i:ui:Nt(,
i urn ami in iii.isui.ri.
Agents fcr tho Wt sto;ii TJuiou.
W. K. Miwr, Memphis, hentl. in. I IV, .Mn.
Win. N. 1'eiiu and V, . I;. '1 w itiun, ol IVns, Mil,
11. II. llii'-lianaii mi l J.ifin A. lp.,nle, ul I'lointa.
Tl'iunti. T.. Tleiii.psoti, ol IVi,.;, ia.
Vin.O. Yo.rii:,ol .New I.-.i.doii.
,1. I.. ('iiuteili.oy, il" Me.;co.
Mi. Ululiey, ol Clinton.
li'ori;e Honrm-, of Itaiiy, I'l.
Post ii asters uiu injiii'Kiiil to allow u to aM tliem
lo ItMi list.
Till- il!:VT nT!.-1 L.'''N!b:i,'"l lire ll'llll'irl-! I'l ;;oe
Icc-ints lor liion. y il'le lie: " W.-.n-ui lino,, l l.'i. e.
Travel iK i;nil. Mr. J.-. U. i.AUM.I 1 i
onr aillioiu--.l i ravelin.; A,.o!ii.
CJ We arc aiilhoi ie,l I i ui.aoitic. the
M. I. Y.AN D iii A i n 1 1I11 uili' lor Jiid;;.- if the .S-.ij.i.'U.c-Court
vi Missuuri at tin; m-xt An,;'M 1 loiliuu.
5 J Wc nie annua i'a'd I" 0 1 .i.i'. n- JAM!'.S 11
AUKltVU'ilY n t.n. li'l.ii li I'iu ' l-l-i "I' J'"! ;" "
the 'u.iilli Judicial l".ui..i.
ltu.i a 'Ui N rrn't U-v. J. is
W E rf T E UN UNION. 'c " 6")' "duccd, thu lamia wi'.l inevitably
' ' ncipi ire new value. Or, in titln-r words, mo-
nrj imw irui'slc; 111 real t-alatu 11 bill sutikiili
cspit.d, a lid Cull yield mi interest lo tliu owner;
but whin t)ic utlu.'li'l, llio prow III il' U10 soil, I')1
ihe 1? 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i'l lrat.t orlalioti chargei, re
turn a iiirpliu bey und Ili0iioln.il coat ul proline
lion, na linno c.i 11 doubt that they assuredly will,
instead nl' r u 111 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , as ut prest-nl, (otully mi
profitable, t!it y will, of euurso, idiord u cui.lin
iirdly increasing cuiiipciitatiuti. The immediate
ill'.el i'l' the e.iiti mjd..tcd mini will Lo tiicmse
'ho country through which it will run to become
thickly ihln.bitud. highly improved, und weal
thy, H it imly idiug Ihu dirccl line of thu way,
lii.l, for many miles mi cither si.lu. lis 11 1 u 1 1 i .1 1 tt
result will le to secure tliu pruspc-iity of every
species ul' industrial pursuit.
liy aomc it l:ni lu i 11 pn dieted that the open
ing of this mad will assuredly lend to the iti
llnii. .) HI.N jury 1 1' all ilie luwhs upon ,o roulo, but I ll in't
ll;e linio 111 cx'rii-t Irmii tin) ri')(irl ol tun
Cii -I I'. i'iii.i r 1,1' Ihu t'h.'ilrtiii 1.1. , I Mciiijibiii
11 ul K 1 i .l. w i'.l eviili'iici liii'iii luara to hu 011
t.r.ly l'..l! iiiioiu, mill tii.il thesu icirn li..oinu-l.iki-n
t!i"ir i!iKiir.tiii.
I ' l!i lure the :it)trnrtioti nf Ihe I'.rio c.iliiil,
, ,, 1 , lli.il onii'ili'v w:n leJ iioii'il 1111 tliun tliu vnllrv
p'l 1, 'iUKl, I'l , ., , , , . , , ,,
1 I N . A! .', ia. I v ,.t h it iviii il mi I Ilia
K-i uli.ili, ill jT. au'i iiut Sum h.y, i.l Ilia M. 10 riiri) J(N ,;,.., O0.,iruot ,.., MV8 creulcil citiu
IViiirub, r.t the utiial hour in the iiun.inB', niul ivlimo l!io h i 1 I ul' m ill h h! ncaroi.-ly t ui'.hi c!
ut 3 o'cl 101 in t!ia a.'t.'rii mti. ' lh t.ative r.,rut ari l liavo coim-rti-J Ihe wilj
- 1 lux i.ito a cariirli. It i.i lift' II but u bliorl
The river e iiitiliuei to ('.ill ulu-.vly. ll Ills ' liitni sintu liiill'ilo was a vill..p ', nml but 15
f..llei, abm. two lect from the ,La-l imint. ' '" ''' fl.000 inl.utt.tant it U now
' n cily i.uinbi rn $ OU 000 ii'n,p. Ami AUkm,
1'i.r i,.i' Wei rn I'ni 1 U,.h.jikr, Auburn, Syr.itmu, I'tioi mi l Sohr-
HAWIJiCAL 4 ol. JOoEPil RAILROAD.' ihm l.uly, are hut Ihe trtiilii,n ul' yi-trrhiy, Ihe
Nurtlieru .Mittuttri te.e ii.itur.tl f.uc-: r.ii'.t ul' 1 1 1 )evi'opini .ower ul r.tilro.nN nn.l
I'l.. .i,i,.l..,l I.,' f.., .ur- I .C.lllillt
)'ur
To JULIA II
l,c WpsI'Mii L'iiiuii.
i uiil .1. .. .1., 11 11 1 it 111:1 v III i) iilii.vc J us- 'if1 "I" -'!'liT ri-, wbitli !. bun mvuUiied utnl by the txiri.ise ul' it leonliable (! gree ot
VI)H in .Mutuutl bi.u liiiniUK, HHiuig ue losierta ny iin.U'iry unu itonrmy, 11 i.u iu.ienm di '
the 1'iM'l U', nml eiiciiuriigtil ai.il nisuuncl by , w ell (jiymtiu, t'.io curri'tii i-i evcnn win uear
pel, tint tliu wiitcrof tuin urtiirlc i'
, I I . .1 - ,1 rl !.. .1... i I" ' I I.... l
rwi'ei .I'liia. loit'iy I'liiuiu noiMrri u nines!., mil 01 lir()lUl V II lin: l"ll u iuil luilin'ii. . , 1 1 , , . , .1 ' , . ,. . , 11 ,t , 1 .
' 1 ' ' I ' '. .. , 1, ,11, ma 1 1' ishi lull. Ihu trni'le.n u Ihiisn l.nti 1,11 the ut'.aiiiiiielit u all t hat be caD reotoll
x..... .. !. . 1 11. .... 1. 1. . i. 1 .. i.rti'-. 1 '"-"- 1 i- ra -
.,.,, . . ., .. . u ,.,.i,i,.i 1 ,1 &latei in p,..ulutiii.at.d weullli will. Iici.c. f.rlli ably dmire
I) wui ciiiiliiiuil to Ihu divine iuw, by tbe
rtwent if tliu Imiw, (it nil (illicr iiuiik'.l the
Wll)
W'n ,i! niliaii'.' from whence it siiiiyi ) bold will ap
iilii lt aii'l lit
lu .siiiilie on.l niiiii" me siiiii wiiii an ma rare aim 1 losl ;,iii!ubl(.', vo W011I1I Iml hnvo t-vcr
' ", I thoiight ol' utir liL'in llio (iw ncr of iniv,
The oir.piing ul a pl,,w inK l,.ail,ad ul' a witly tniml. ly VN . u.-'ln as ivvc nri! uiuuy wavs ,y
1 i.. n,..o n. 1, rimrmiiiir r,in,l 1 for meet von tthrre : vvliii'li uiiMi may inifL'.ss iiini ci ty, it i i not
lil ilmiblcil llutt you nic tliu owiitr ul rc:.l is-
Von ntways riin contrive 11 way to g'liile the uiiml with t;itc III liuiil" H(iMinily to nur onl.lity si!'.!;
tar exceed that ul' uny uther purl ui' tliu cutiti-1 'Ihe nun uf riper yi't.r who i loukinij for-
nci.l ol' fiiiul nriii. I w nrd lo the iducatiuu and ertublmutbeiit ul Hit
The many iidvnt.tiigei of llio ct tilrul rfplun chihlren, timy prulit by r curing to theio iewi t
lire bi Kintiini' to bu unili rrtuud ainl appriui.ilfd. be thutild biur in inilnl lliat lilt ulhpring t
Tli'm in llif. ;(' I't'io. uf littlimi corn, of gram, dettiueil lo nil th"ir purls in n coinmuiiity wide.
''J Ur"l"s "J ''"'' of bnj) ; aha J hi-mp uml ly diH'i:riiii in its condition fruin tlmt lu wliiuh
tuluiio. l belli, and ull uliier Kiuin uerciln, po- lie hiimell baa been Bnusli'ined i uml thould
L.tuij, ll,x in. (I v.". 1 1 Hi y nil be cullivaled Willi aludy lo r(pare Ihein t'nr that ttate ul' tociety
TIii'OhkIi plca.iii'l? palhwayi, ttrewed Willi flown 9 of mjss Ujmil tliu slllijcCt lit' its 1 L'llluV III.
eii'iy lii.;;u ami dye ,1. ,. ,1.
Em it 1 apt ire playii.g in eacli step, lit. il candor in tliitte :
' J1'1 ! UuviiY House. See curd uf Mr. Koiiuit
In ciiclinu Hr.-iil'n of I'liiu'y'j llowei", cai li ph aiit Ham 1.. .Mr. Ham t ia very popular ua a host;
w liicli 'u siiliii'icnt cnti-ii' lor voiir ' riiilivL- ; ridit. It i 1'Uo t!ie Iruu ui.pie rctiiuli v l.ile in wi.icli thiy ara detliticd to act ua memberi.
it 1 Mdiid'S ..I uiiit every oil, tr vurmiy ul i.ll.ir Ihu vmiuii ul l!ie ,i,iuu-,il cconuinirt, Wlio
liutU that thrive el.eulure in Ihe tempi-rule niins lo give ilirtctioti lo tliu varied puratlilt o!
ni'. Am', il iu ciilitieitiou w illi thou prudtit'.a liiaukiinl, liiin-t col, linn. illy cu, brace the future;
we I iko iulo coi.M.K ra' i. ti 1L baundleia tniuur- or the thatca frnii g uu w ill lalrlly bis doctritiea
al ruM'tirui a, we hall difuoicr that the tl. meiita eveti beh re ll.ty lire proinulLMted. lid must
uf wia'.th and cuinlort are inure abiiliibilit ttidy pi i foiliiilly the rvaourcvt ul'lho next gen-
iont uf tliu Wtit. Hi r I'l iiiral puMtioti at tin
conliiiuiico if tint twu nnl.ti rivir. if ll.euoii
tiiient, In-r altu.itioti 1 mi. I the ultei iur W'cUni
St.ilei., coininiiliitii the roliublo i.n.l inure. is
ing overl in 1 tr.nle willi L'lah, Now .Mexico,
(Jrc(im and ( 'ali'iirnta, Ihu feililily uf her d i
111 lin, ti'giMlu r with in 11. y ttlur inu-i,!i r.,! ion.
to the lull aa ciiicliiii'. u, ciiiicur i.ll to firiii-l,
the must powerful iiiciniivis lo ir.v.i'. in ihu i.r
dor of In r cilizi:i., the must certain and bril
liant iiiiiiK-iiiiieiitH to i::ij)cl lliuln to i.ctivitv in
ttcir ii '5 the bits , ins w o mny d rivo from so
many natural (acil.lici. A hipled in every r.-s -peel
lo fiilli'l a very hi;h p.isitinu in ihe cm, fed
tracy, to bcuiiiiD ovj of t'u 111 nnt poAirlul'
d.eulthy, utnl (rofpcroiu Slulca of the L'niutii
In hut lh,: lirl cl'Vcit of thusii tin
pr ivrni 'lits is to create new towns mid lu ciilare
i l ! nnes. As pMptil itioli iticreaics, n certain
pr irl uli of thein must iuhithil cities, mi 1 (he
t,ir.il ; ro-;. ri y uf tl.o coin. try will rliuw
itself in rowth i f luwns. Olt m inu r(lad
of .M.ik. .luhiiM'Us, you uic sel.lotn "ftittl fii;hl
i f ii viil'i;n. i U us laid: the llislnnatrl Wnr
tester railroad I t an i-x .tuple. Wori.-c.tcr i
I I miii's from I! i-liitt, ii nl soma had predicted
Hint Ih.i pl.ica W' tild he iiij'irid by tun'. in u' n
ro-ul ti liidn'.i, hut llio r ad Was iii.idu i.nd the
town mis ii creased, It wua In t ropi.teil to
i-xlel.d thn ma I llirotl'l Wi roestor, tind Iheli
m itiy i rtibeli d in st coiili.li'iitly, ll.nl Ihe Inwn
we'll I he iluslroy ed, but liiu road Was extended
and tin; ln'.i n CDi.'.iiiiled t i crow. Wurcealcr.
now has IT) Oil!) inhabit n. In, 11 In I , bosidia the
r ii t I I.', mi li.'-twli, has r illro t'U div-riii";, no
thu we:t to S -r i 1 1 - field and Alhaliy; in n sotllli
east ilii eetii n In l'roi idem e, U. 1 J on thu south.
thought is ilre-M-.l ) 1 1 10 arrangement undaiu uf thu huttl, nml thu ami varied tlinti on any other p.irl uf the whole cratmii, as will us the wants und conveiiiciieiui
enitl,; tilul ll;u tune Is near w hi n men w in won ol the present, lor inu pui jiusu ui jililgilijf new
iter bow il happened that a country so iiilk.-Ii lo thu burlhin iiiciiii nt lo B.u.ial progress may be
be desired ruui.iii.ed unini j ruved so loii( alter ila dinl'ir W-d, in. d so imposed Hint each shuil be
(ii'covcry. maiie lo bear lln.-ir just proportions. Fur, nl
Wo deprecate tin; prac'lf'' cf txtuliiii; a lhoiii;li raise u crihy. yet it would be nil iliirca-
coin, try above its merits, e u ould lint w il- soiiahlc tatriiiee on the pi rl nl utir prcfelil pup-
Iii.i.K mivli'iol the htitiihli st cii.il rant tl. at mat- illation, to i xhittist Iheir iiu atit in miiLinrr im-
Aroiin.l lliy lii'ino tl.oti slietti-l a i-harm, ainl hl.-.s--iiiKs 1 (jnj.i a ,MCt i 1 1 tliu following inacrip- ever reach our sbutes: aid tin rin le V, e bluuild provuuicl.ta fur the cnj. ytmtit of the live, cr,
,11, liuiuilcss Lilec eai-li jKC is loi.t, nml nappiij ex- Uu iulil-U vlu ; vvlil;ll llU ,,1S ,,,il,,,,J ttU, ,!,.
i . -.1 i ' crwiait litled il llli, and tliu tuiicriir nccomuio-
Ani'iti:; lliy Ii leinls lliou ri-ii;n"st as ipu-en, tti'li ilim'y , 1 1
I, V1. j datioiit there Id be fuiitid, in evi ry ret pi-u', have
They own thy i;-i.ll.-, lappy pnni-r, ami eiciy net already lirotlght It I til 0 very liberal pjtron:gu.
"I'l""1' j I'uiu; Oiiiiii liiiAMiv. We received n lew
lliere ili-pei sc j
Tliu l.ini'ii'il hearts relurii Ilin liooti, thy wi.he.l lor
lepuir,pi'iii.
Thy i" ntle lot in, ut il sunny brow, and sweet, expiessive
I ice,
(jive sy lph liliu ease lo cveiy elep, to every gcttui'it
1JI.1CI-.
llotit
CbMI'Ll.lir.N la I'l
J. A. l.N: LKK Co.
Chulcrti I'rtvcntiec - injitllihle. !
This was not nil, however. There waa
jay lliat Mitwi'.hhi ihdit':; ihe bom, illtss n-sour- p-irl.-ps, leli million iiil.ubitaiila uf thu next
vi, a id l, ia ;i )'!, n in-: sh 'til 1 i:ii i;ii',o tnat iem ration, vvilhi.ul Ir.iht liiitl n ( it tiorilou ol the
wialtli cm lo el latin d witliou' ii,i!in!rij; ur, burthen w illi Ihe bent li's. This ia a (pueation
lh.it tin se n si.uri'i r in hi: (lev ( loped withmil upon which thu repress ufiDipruvemelila in
( rjirii: lint il may be Mifu'.y nlliruied sliu! Mis'oiiri, must, in n putul ilt-grcc, depend fur
in tio oilier country are Ihu rewards of labor anne cara to come : and it may bu prulitublu
printed libel, which conveyed thu information nre suliici. t,t and certain; ur the indiiRemcnta to yive it pa.it g eonsidiraliuti in culiltcxioli'
. , , ,. , , . , . . ii, i . ii lo me un'.li.Tl.li;iI'- t'l i:i,ll i louai linu s-icnu in- won uur suoieui.
May ticai-c r fiini.y imnoiis spu-ail, uial (.o'l Ins t mt the bolllu contained ' 1 lire, Ut.inl In atn.y, , ,. , , ,. . . ... ,J ,i , ...... t i i
, , , , ! t.-rprise irri- .ler. J.very dipirltui nt i ! Indus- H o are aw are, that a very reapectuble and
V"1"' . , , ! which i iniinrted ex.ressly lur thu ci iiip.my ti v j, l.j ul, a more pet umt.ctit font, !..ti,n in prudent class of men, bold the doctrine thai
In he it t IV o i-ll. to eintrtl I III' si I'll". Ill V V ullli". Ill V . . .. .. i i i i iv- . I e I . . ... . .. v .. . . .. 1 , , . . ...
' , ny ri iyur, ui I'liiiaiieipnia. c ricnns, ui lioou Alissotirt tlinti in Die .Northern or . Mir.horii nciiher itniivuiuaia tinr fiovurnmeiiis snouiil m-
I jndoinuiil. ir.iriOtlnci'd it pure, imported Olard Slates. No pursuit indicated by tin- eliinale ai.d cur an ohliptiitioti with a view to ila being dia-
c'lSroiidy and thu very best i,t that. So, wc natural re rces of the ciinlry, w hui or.ee es- rlnirirrd by tlieir sitccoaura. This may bo n
' - I . . t . 11. I,., . 1 1 . r. .It i ti I, IV. r i.t.ti.ri.tlo (V.,,.. a,.,,, , I ...vim itin,iinlri,.. u- lin.n.a.iiiir.a, . bra,
Iliu competition of ether States, or fori in na- fully developed, and where llio population liar
Inns. U'tr 1 ro id n:i I pru iion t ipl.-a are to reached ila maximum : b"t cannot be regarded
varied tli.it, in the ol dih. i y i-oui m: of providence, as applicable to n st ale in the condition cf Alia-
soaMir.s ol rcarcily mu.l he less iVeij'tent here snuri. l.tt lis take the case uf uur projected
lhaii in nltnost any oilier pall el' lie w hole earth; railroads, as all instalico. Any u'leinpl lu coll-
iii'l ow ini; to tin1 uu und uiln-r c.tttsi's wc th ill s'.rud tiii iii by me itis raised iminedintely from
IIinmiml. Vi'mii mv Mr. Win. ). uu'. bo liahlo to llm Ireij'i' i.t mi l ei ere ticnuni- our citizens, w ottid bo perfectly vain ; nor ia it
' . ..i.) .i. ; .. i..... . ...i.. t i.. ,i. i .i... :... ,..:n ...i i
, , ,. i ,e ' 1 . r . ur V I es '. I s : iiiis i . i -. i inui in uiil.,,,.; . untie, I iitiii,,; 111,11 inu null) 'nil uiii.v n lien iiicbv
Itt.i.m!vi'r1l-.p!liclil. :lr. llllSlll..ai,,l J I ...
clialiiiii-f; fiiend.
1 1 I eli'i.-ial ui what I'u: taiil, ill all, or only pari
I'urivo Hie ('Mors ol the hi ad, hut span1, uli, Hpare
ami.
t
II.iSNIli.M., June ilU, I st.j .
stand prepire I to assert that J. A. Iuslcj & Co.
luvo lh at kind uf lliitidy, 11:1 1, j from
; w hat wu scu mid li-ar, everything b inlit from
i llu.l Ci-taUishmont, w ill bs fuiln l on trial, lli'j
very thing it tuny be sold for. j
l'u. (lie We.. (em I'liion
.,-. Editor:
In your viiln ibli! i ijit!i-of tliu 'J.lili Muy,
I I i 1 1 1 1 L'. iipi'L'iii iiio once iiinic, willi nil llio
piiinpijsily iiinl ("'iilisni iMiiiiiioli, iiimiiiiu-
ry, to bill lew of Ii nil iiriiiliiml, ni'jiisiit'iiioj several years pist been known in toil cily, as
in ii bushel wlinl inivjiil In: c.ii(iiiic.seil into a teacher. His long ex j ericnci , und the cure
n nutshell, (iiis o'.vu brain,) wliicli unilii'j- 1C exercise over iliu moral deportment il
li I "'. tiin vitiil.Sy will uu ivsiir.lc.l as lis .. ;, ttiU ,i.JUnic.-s continue to recmn-
llie leiliin:i(o or tl'DlllltleoiH nUdine; ol : . , . , ,.
, 5 , , 1 . . , , mend bun to uur ctlizetis.
:i ilejir.ivcil lieai t. Anlw illistiiliilin, I
will "ivu il n few inissiiie) remarks, tint in iliu Hunt's Mi:ik ii.m' .Maoa.im.. The June
l.'rg'.t piirttoii ol I iio tm. nun. i.tii Miu.sist on tin: ivorl; woulit ',e uiulerl l;en tiiioti una princi-
foi-il, mid I ibor on tins raw ui-.tcri .1, produced plu. And, if wc suppose the next generation,
in distant lands. convinced of the importance i.l tho work should
Nor is ll.e grou l!i of I'.is ri p ti li-s ir.'cr- undert...e its nccomplishinetit, they sliuiild be
cstint; in n soci .l and national point of view: '.he compelled lo pay thu entire cosl ; and would,
di vciopmet.t of Ihe cen'.r.: wi'.l constitute a so- couseijuetiliy , be in no betlcr condition than if
ci.d barrier b. Iwieti tl.u Nerih und Sutiih, neii we Inn! done the work entirely on tlieir credit,
tralizi tin ir i reiudievs, and serie lo bold in provided wu pay tliu net-ruing ii te-rest. Then;
check the ellorts of encli t i control and civo di- U would teem to follow, that, wdiutci-er amount
it but devolves upon her citizui.s lo ,b cid-j 1,1 Norwich, ( !.; and ill n north easl direction (o
whether that station shall be l.trs or n .1. I :''"''"-'' N-,"- h ''"'"")' vilbig-i bo
,. ,, , . More the roa l was .n.i'lo lo llisluii. lutweeli
i liu ex ptrui.ee ol the past in every n-irt u , ,, , , ,. , . . . i . .
1 1 ' l il is'.oii an ' urct'sier, nru no less 11. nn seven
Hie country, c inclusively evinces Ihu almost iii.i- fl-uirishiti"; tonus, llriglil -,t., Newton, Necdham,
gic.il pow er ol internal improvements m devil -j N.itick, 1 arir.ii,:;li,.iii, ll.!,lui;luii und estbo
Dpil.g thu Iciu'ircLs of a country
the rt.il car und the cui.nl bu t nru i
.- ....!... .i i: . i ..... .. i . a c ii'i'k I ho o Ions ol em: n I i coti rol anil civo ill i ivuu
,.,.',..., "..-i-,-..-. ,j,i,.i,.iiutL.i.s.is..--uiu(..i',i..i.-.wk.....i . . , . , ., . ,. r
1 . - . , . . ... r ,.,.( i 1 1, 1 1, , t, i I i'l- ., I t on .il 1. ,11 I elil na I'.i' ln:.l li-,v -ill :,r: Im nilu ri,, loll r.l liprmn.
I ill .-Ulswer to What liu li pleaseil to call llio ; i)V i.,,t , ,:i ti... .M,liraZinU l,u been laity:. , . ,, 1 , , ,. .,. J '. ,. '.,, .
1 ny i.i.l huh. ine i.i,if,a;ii.. na. ... .j t.dct and learning will ho nsliirully nltractid lull', w ol ks, w In tlier It bu In c, ten, or lllly per
ilessert .... , ,,. . I ciihugcd, to '.hut each volume, (ombraciiig bix t t,0 centre; bicuisu biro they can cxt rt o cent of their cosl, is so m-.ioli bestowed upon
Alr.l'., Willi lus usual .sell niipi.rl.ilit . llluIlti( ,lu.v cl)tlt.,iiiH more tluui si cat hundn ' , crcnter decree cf inlluenco upon" (he minds of (hose w lio succeed Us. Hut in Missouri, it
sly .:, beseeches I N. I. not to think linn , ( ,hg cmil(,tlU ,;ie ,mm. : H,, ir conleii.jicrarii s. And hem will congrs- would nut be the descendants of uur own cili-
(lisc.iilil teolis; Unit till) ilessert ol the least is -. k, .. ' ...... . , , Vitc thu nrls w Inch rtnbelli.h and refine, as wi ll zens unlv that w-Diild eniov the benefits uf their
in- , t i.i. . ; i.. , i , .. . , ,.
as ino:u caicuiaieu 10 proiKice wcaiin rial com- lauor anu e,iier'risc ; tn.i, emigrants irurn oilier
. . ... 11...1 :...(.. ..i ..( .1...,. .1... ...ii l ii w uvs l o.ii i vc.l lo tliu last! U icl icr it
,i.n..i.f.(,...i-.l,.u. i;.,, ,-, tni; -. i.w Id... O.K. , ., , ... ......
has bmlt up a town f.,r i.liiusl every 5 n.ilut was a least ol hit things, 1 will leave llicjturo; llio mcroliani, or mo mum nee ut cum- nui n!lUiiyt xehotl.or for gcod or evil, the Stales and foreign oounlrica would csmo in for
of its Ic-ncili. I coiiiiiitinil V to juib'i-. 1 1 may not here be , me-rcu ; the port of S,m Jui.n do Nicaragua; central States wi'.l in I n:.h give form and tone lauch (be b.rirer share.
net rise, viimg. a nouri'ii, the larms (we-onui ..'i ,erc ,.,.- smrieibinu in the institutions uf amiss to inform .Mr. l' tint In: is cnlialv ! tho llisiti of the Mississiiini ; the tinly uf ;- to our nMbm il c'lar.icler but enntrul the destiny I'pon Ihu principle cf dividing the burthen
valuab.o and problul le, the country densely in ithy South lost favorabln to rapid growth of in'Muki'ii, no IN illislniiiiini' his Ltelieral litie-al economy i curronc- interest, iiroduclion; 1,1 'modern civilization. Tbia is no chimera. of luakitig pcrmiuunt improvement between
t ... . , :'l .' :. . .1 ..... .... - t .. . . . .- . , . . - ' s T .. .. ... . , 11... ....... I ;.. I I. 1 1. ....... ... I . I.
habile I by nn active, I1. riling and industrious 'towns, hut slid we- li.nl tiial thou iinproveinoi, Is
population. Thu western aection of Now Vork, l,r,"lu") cohsiipiehc s sinii.aV in kunl, Il nut in.
intrinsieilly not so good n reeimi ns is Noilhern ' ' t. .t c . . .' . . n- , i
, ' i ; In Ihu Statu ol ( loorgtn, too tatna tllicl has
Missouri, und not so highly favored by advenli- been w i'.nessi: 1. Th.-ro mm:. rely alownur;
tious circumstance, merely from IheiHVtl of vill ie oti or nuar any r iilro.ol whivli bus not
of Merc.in'ilo Law; c jminercial Clironiclu and 1(.r j,.
the uubissiil tyslems ol'rnilronds and c tinds w hie
have been put into operation ll.ro'i-l.onl the
length and breadth of the bill.!, ba i hi conn. , l.c , I
thu mutt wealthy, populous and inij oitant p,,r
lions of thu I'm, ,ii, if not sn b yon I nil cm
iarisoii. I'i'IiIisj Ivai.i i and Ohio urn In.t ei.-tu-Inel.laries
nj on the nxioin lliat the readiest path
tu influence, and rnspi-rily exist, in ti e iIim.I
npmei.l uf inte-rn. 1 powers by idl' iditi;; a r pid,
lain is T t .1 convenient transit to cur rodtiLti":-,,
hnd ri inr.M'd facililies to r"i:mn roe. An l
Miehig.in, Illinois, and other Slate-, I ul p-ci tit
ly aroused t, i tliu importance of Ihe l..b,.r, h ive
received a new impetus from lie: varied . n
terprines uf this nature c.ui,pbt, , or in j r i-gr-.-ss,
wiiiiin their rfp-cliiu boun lari.-s. .N'or
U it ill the Northern St iles nlomt thai this ef
fect is so invariably '.vitncssn.l, ullhoug'i mmy
unfavorable C'liilii ain i :s h ivu unit.'.! lo impedu
tliu cnJtuvi.rs of'.hu South; yet .Maryland, Ten
ncsseu mid (ieorgn, the Stales wbii h have be.eti
l-ireinit in striwie,' ltimprovelliuirpbvsiu.il
u.lvanliiges, merely from tho .-i;itiiii.:lu ,',,! r
(linary result of tin ir enl 'rpriscs, h ivu b:
coiuu the most lljtiri.hiti (fall Ihu So-.i'h.ru
Stalus.
;t
I,.,!, l,i:i:n.tl.,, n ii.mv ut.i, ii.nu .lllll. ,ll . t ' 1,,',' T 1 I'Sf'' t I' I ' D." ,,..,,,, ,i,,,,,,c , ,,, ,. , it .- .,. , i.u ..,,.. ill III ... J .
I i -ix ynr. Alh.nl i has increased from 2 ur U I it "i"1' lll lllo' 1;llllll.v wtirtt H wholly j tu.lUca ; Juurnalul .Mining anil .Maiiiilcliires: (!l,sin s pi, . p.. sjl;, ct,t!,!j,i Jtm, afier nil that may hu said, the burthen of
J . ' ... t . a 1 -at t r .... I.i' !. XT It . It' . . . T . ..t 1 r 11 ' .. 1 "... ' ' '
raiuiioii-, ami wmioui louuiiaiioii. j lie im'uiid.u iiiieiugeucc , .ucrc.iniuu luisueu.iuies, t f the counlry Ihey it.hah.il'!!. 1 he corrcotr.es ; cur succonns is ui.ly coiitingent ; fur in caae
ol t!i."ke c.'tK-IU'i.'iis is su-t .'.ticl hy the history ihu value ti llio property created reinaiut cipuul
of civilized man, from li.e c.irli. st apes to the lo its cost, tiny will bu fully indemnified for
present day; and however reluctant thn more the discharge of Ihu obligations which may he-
northern and soullu'-rn Stales may be t i assent come due in tlieir lime.
lo tl.i so views, wc uru persuaded that every Wu have inniic this iligrcstiun in view of
intelliircnt mo! well infortned individual will ro- the iiueslion which is being discussed in many
her of Commerce ; and tho President of thu cognize their conformity wih ihe laws ofnn- cmintioa in our Stale, touching thu policy of
luro und lot: r,cliie itillitctxcs tint -.uiiiil l Ihe Ml, .scribing lor Mock in works ol public nn-
hiiueli.led, and now ones bavu irroun up
ktiou luil'e ol men ami tmiivjs, in ins stippo
Mtinii that Jasper is but a su'pleiir.,iil lo
.1. X. .1. Il they liavo any aliiuily what
ever, to eacli other, it is wholly accidental;
ib.-it .bisnvi- had iiii kiimvlcil 'i; of .1. .. .!..
nor nnv other uersoii. 'J'lius. Iiis eliaroiii'-r i Uegtihitioiia ; ll.iilruad, cam:
1 ' -
' ir. .. : :i!. ii : . . ..t : . : . i . l . . ..1 ... ... i i . .. i.: t
' ' rfrrnrilcil us 1 I.u nl nun iit vi nn ! 1 1 v t-: ml. resist rr-njuiiaLv i-x Dt l! tn havu t went v run htitice:
n - i . . j -, j j ,
1 c
may,
sli'.l ;.serls her j7 is in oar jiowcr to carry out thorough system
Heviu'.v ; Journal of Hanking, Currency and prop sralivo und impresses upon h'-r children of of nir.7 iiiipruvcuu uts villi rompkle siuccss.
Finance; Commercial Matistics ; Commercial dill', rent c'.i'ins, ili-tinctivc linns mil r lort, in provided duu regard is had to tliu amount that
and stoamho.it
licatiiik the reoiuii of their origin; and lutrmon- may bu invested, w ill out ui'itiriully iill'cetiiig the
izus llieir menial ami moral tmiuri s tlieir crilinarv pursuits ol Ihu community.
DO
houses t-i .l.liu.) inli.ibiia.it-; u:.d during the
sum a p'.-riud, property in Marielti, only L'O
miles nl.t ml, inu lids-,, need in m.u.V cases,
per cent., I,:, ! vol i-u r 'perty in that Slat
; ol'tlia vh'i'i:i tl'lil Wlllloil ;l ln:ti;it lo ilis.
parn.f mi l pursue lh.il individual, but that
a llnsii ii in.t In iu ijiiiti ro i ll ul as on a
was
(if a liilii'letil. kind, uiil doubtless fali alike
harmless lit his feet. Tor thu csi'lmive
beiii lit of Mr. I will ineiilioli the fuel
Inal .1. . .1. neiiiicl' Imlils nor ewr
In 1.1
civil or military; never having ti .ked or ile-t l1"1'1')' i"l l'llly P'csetit ii habilai.U lo
: ii ed il. Adr i-i he nil i xpeolant, an. I per- what cxte.nl Ihu lire-scut gcnernliou and inhahi-
-ell, 1 1 in I t.uita may draw upon tl.u next, and increased
the Ir.im'ilc iti.li-, pujiulutiuii, for purposes of improvement!
c.unly subscriptions favorable inurkcl for
, rliniux- iiulit have csi-apei
.Mr. h known hitn lo be
. il. ml lie i
i ,lr, l'1., willi all liu c.i'.iitii of the
l,n-:tll"ll,
ha been gtlierab) lh.uh.ed 111 Value, at least,"
Aio ti er consul -.ration it great importance,
especially to re si ! ; t-. near the ollir lermina
Hull of the liu.:, !:risi:s fr, m the peculiar lialuru
of tin) Mi .s mid river. Frcipiontly the v.-at-.:r i
al s i 1 i-.v a st.i '.. to it nivi' ition is evti'.'i-.sivii
:,:! ,'.,111 !,ll a,!,! ,!:,,!, , 11 .-. ,11 , 1 , 1 . l-:.l ,1 11 l,l-l 1 l, 1 '( "'" "' '' "CC'ISII I ! I , Wlll'll till! I' XCl le I III' II t
of the j ear completely precluded, whilst ihu
.Mississippi is nl all seasons uce-i-ssibb'. In
c.'Iim ijUi-i.cu ol this, ',' c ir.ule id thu I'pp. r .Mis
soiiri Is st.ioiialed ; but,! y opening ll.u proposed
ll.i.l.v.iy the coiiiii.crci' ol tht re jlo'l iiuuhl be
li ildo to no such interruption. Whenever 11 ul
roii'li have c line into eoinj elilioti ui'h sti'iiui
boats llic far. nor have been universally miccts
I'ul. Nor is tills result thu less certainly Wll
ncsse.l, i.vi-n when Ihu l .'.ter enjoy every con
clevahh.' a, K a i.ta.-o as ni'i.ii lb." I !ud son where
tl.'i lf.ds.tr- of the litii'-1 an I thu swil'lest de-! . "L' V. '' 1 ' '"' iU "
scription, in. i Ihe f.ro of pas..-g reduced lo ihu "":''.' 111 'i'0 -ion lo nn nlcaol .1. ,N. .1,, says,
ch. 'pest iato. lbit even there Ihu railroads I'MI e his own htli.o;ua;:e: -".Now, sir, I ad -abm;;
N irtlt river have- drawn oil' Ihu business mouidl yn that this lliiiiiollt is ciililcly too
..I n i.t entirely from the boats. If stieli be ihe voluminous for my cranium, in fact, I tic
( ll': :t on i s're.i:ii such us the Hudson, nivi.;nted knoulc.l u my inability to coiiiiuvhcllil il."
by l.iu Ii .1 an 1 l.n: I isti'st ileum vessels
ul the lowest ral -s ol' 1 1- in norlali.in, what
in.- llio re -nil up. u. l!i .Miss null-' St. Joseph it
tho (;r. n I ceh'.i o i f nil tho Weslei u ovi rhind in
I rcoursc- i-. iih the Ti I'litoi ies beyi-n 1 thu lireat
I'l iius Tim tr.ipp'-n a:..! hut,! i s of the wot,!
lh.: emigrant i t i t tali und Oregon, uml thu ti 1 .
venturers, for I 'alili-rtiia, i.Ii coiivirgu hire, nml
!'.i;-i:i '.'i.il p lint their ha.i-l ipi irtcrs ; the II u.ni- j
b..l anl St. J.nei. 'i Hui R.ud bv idl'irdin:' ro-
i,,.-.vi -.If.c I.i. s l,M vi ry species 1. 1' Internal c. m JoMuthe njipositeliesi ol the term I.'u-k
mnnicalion. i i (his br inch of ir.iili'-, p.ulieiibirly, creek loWll-liij'." While ill the loriuer ar
will i-iipiiru hi r continue. 1 prosperity anl con - ticle, if I v. ut Hot entirely mistaken, he ll es
linn her destiny in uun i f Ihu lar.;u- t and most this lau;.'U:ic: "Jaij'ir, l.ick (llcek, anil
tbi'iri-hin,; ami impnrl ai.l points v. est uf the Su! 1 Hi vcr townships." Can language like
.M',s lsll.pl.
;-.eii..em;iii v. so periuieiiliy allu.lei to, und the Iijok 1 radii,
is pleased tomake a J'.irly to that comuiil-! Thu .Mcrchanls' Mngaziuc is spoken of in
lias no luiowieoto oi ,i. ,. .1.,' ,i
eoii'ieiU!!iil Iv bis iasti'i': illusions an
Weil niiucil, and fiu uis'.es anot iiei evidence
in most exalted terms uf praise, by llio l'resi-
""'1,1 ..I'll,,, l'.rla t l-rn.,1 I'luinlii-r .il'ttntl..
" " V I -
uicrcu ; tho rresi b.lit of Ihe New Yoik Cham-
H.iltiiuoic lijiird uf Trailc.
iliSaOliri.
Caiis-js which bavu bindcicd and ddayed the
scltli'incl.t catisci ealcubited I ) i.ucelerulu lis
si'llieii.ei.l in futiiru inducements to emigrants
characlcr and control Ihu destinies u! nun in ev
erv s'ate (d' his social ixistelice.
The history of tho liuroprnn rrnn in Mi
MUiri is ciii'.n acc'il in a period scarcely exceed
provi ment. c have cotisnlercd (ho subject
in nil its aspects, nml feel persuaded that no
oil, or method yet devised lor raising the men ha
of constructing public works, is mure safe to
ing luu lite i I one individual, lu ISl'O thu tau c 'inmiiniiy ; in r, in a smi.il point ot view,
State contained bill ili ijStt inbabitiiiits; in ls'jll morej'ist in i's epilations than county sub-
l illu-r liirle iastical, Judicial,! :l K '-'-co ut Ihu futuru lie: tiny of thu Slatu tl0 popiihilion had increased to liS2,!()7. And scriptioi.F. liy this means, tho property of ev
il, i
1 iiu l-ropo icil ra.tro.i'l Irom ll.u eilv to St.
Josepil unites cnn,i 1. rations ..f Ihu i;r .-st u i
mciit iihdadv.i .tages i f thu hi ;l.t'l order. 'I'he.-i-t
ipially appeal In Ihe m-'rchaiit and farin-r, ll.e
capilali.t and pl iiai.lhropi.l; i;, shut', lo every
class of Ihu community, and are imp ,i lal.t in
every respect. At thu pn sen', I desiro t i ex
amino n few of t-.n must ur'ei.l rea.ons which
shiiiild intl li nu.! in Civil ol liu suci'cia of Ihu
proposed tvlii inc.
'1 dm country b'-l ai-eti Ihu termini uf the ron'o
is uf tho Ii in si and m, st proihiotue ilescri,' in.j
thu climate agreeable and uli.d!y s.du'.rioiis; the
Buil ofsurp.issing fertility, iti i very r.-spect, iho
most iliisir.ilila r-'gio't west i,f tin, Mi-.sjs.jMj jt
imdu fri'in lorluilous ai s. Vet .Missouri I, is
liin-f rmn-iininl Kiucely iiiv.iti"iiig in piijiiil ition,
whilst Iowa, Wisuoii.in, and ;',I:niieso,i have
been rupi-lly atllled, and uru imiv upproaeiiiti;'
Missouri w itii im reusing slri 1. s. Ii .t a'.il.i.n.;!,
our territory it so rich, i! av.,i! uo:!.;l.t u: I, s
its proibic- can ehe.ii !y m.d e.,silv l,o lr,.ns
p irieii lo mai l.. I. .Many brmers i.l the.
pnrli.in ol iho .t... ,h, nt , ., -,v..r t.. raise
mm ii t'laii Ihey them i 1 1 e c in uiu-', .!' M 1 -. i :
for their S'-uniy proli's it g...it their -t'.c1; enl..- '
ly. How (hll'-r. i.l Aoiild Iho st it.- of uf
lair wi-ru Iho llinn-'od a,, I S:. Joseph II n!
ll'iiid o-mip i led! Those urlie'oa wliicli now an
nul worth niio-hiilf of their c.irria.'u would then
repay uu ample com;. en, iti n, n. I cnlv i'- r the
cosl of tr.'iisit, but ..I-,, f, r lh I ,!.. r . l' ll.e cul-
livutir. Thu v.dun of P.m-ls is uniformly n, v ilo I ibgr.-a i f
vaiueil by ll.e reiluctimi i, tl. pr.,.,, ,.f tr,,.s I'y if a o i.i ilry
ioi i.iii'.u in me proi.ucu .us i I a e.,ti!,tr ; cm il e itis ol H.teri al ci.oiic.eroi'.
eiplelitly. by tho iu,,ro' emei.t of thu !iii..ii s of S..:h . ill, I c oie -iv j, . i s .m.i of thu mere
Iransi', f. rtilo lauds receive ,i i-n ira hli'nn i'li .1 !i-.lo mi I I mgiblo i If '.:! lo bu r-'-luced
ul v.ibid than poor cues. Thus, if thu cut (,l by pu'li: .s- into ojo-r.itioti lh-c mtom dated road;
Ihe cirriigo ol I hit produls i.f an mre to a inu- bin ,-. j re.o.it. i :h, r, i-nd, if passible, yd vaster
Let be cno dollar, mi l by menu i f i, r iilr cid or features and conce lions, ll w ill so l"...!, r an I
other improved f..i.iliiy, it is re.bi. , d by a half, I! so our r.-s-muu-a, so i u'.livclo Ihu i-iu-r-ViiltlD
of (hu land is iiiivanccd by bu: nun, i i'-s of tin; it,! , as lo eiisuru tin: creation of
which would pro.hiea the aclitd ii,!' i , "l of (if. y et rre-.t. r intern: I im;trov.-muiit. It w iil he
ly cents per unonm. The lieu of land abm.; lo Mis.ouri v. h..t lh iirii tiiti.d has bum
l.lll-t Hilimis of tliocol,tili,,.t. d und has -:.,:,' N'e.V V.r'l ; lot e'. (ii.tiuu, let adding i;eallv
limnoi lilljeabom the original e'ot'jressi,. n , v., . lo In-r pow i-r, ei.lv 1 1 . iej;u -j. ., A ,lr,
u.lioii. Thu re.ison is obvious, the, industry c','Js,tu .1' r-.ads, whicfi '.v ill i.'.tini.ituly traverse
Ihe fanner is hut wasted in marine; rrojis I,,, h 1 Ihe Male.
cm ii.-vi r i.il' r I bini a reinuiieraiion s,illi,-ie,,i 1 jp,,, Mr.cdli.n-, ai I fear I I, we already Ire.
' ' ", " "-'"'".) i n iruiisp.iruno- vi, i.i t i pas.e.l ( ,r too or. -ally n.i-.n v.oir so,,,-,, utnl eood
.lillion.iv belli.; reimived I v n .tun. I imo.i '.:, I ., I,,.l
HAMOKTAS.
couuly tuiuU. Such uru ll.u contents of the
following jiut und judicious urliclu, which uo
extract Irom the Western Journal," for .May j
loiiLfh I.t-r progress has iu l been Kin-dlo cry iudividii d is brmieht to bear utiuii locial
that of some cf the itl.tr new Slates, yet, w hen objects J niid Ihu sc'li-di speculator ull thu enter-
we take into r oiisiderutiou tin: (fleet of '.hose prise and pubho spirit of his neighbor, ia made
causes which have bin n m tii i d as re-tar ling to impai t something for Ihu be-in fits which he
her ;ro.v'.h, und the nccieraled ir. crease which derives from public impruvt inents.
bus taken place within a fc .: years past, v.e Wc arc jdenscd to le..rn, that county bondl
find strong n asot.-i in stipjim t ol the opinion arc begiuiiii g tu bu favorably regarded by cap
thai her future cri er will be unrivalled by any ,itu!i-t, us a sale mode of investment, and should
other Stale in the I'liion. llieir credit be iist,.inid by the punctual pay-
It may be admitted Ih .t Illinois c -i.l-iin-i a moid of interest, they nru likely to becumu one
will ' thoti
inm h
! not i
and wc recuiniiiunJ, c.pcciuliy to our reiulers, p,rKl.r ijuantity of f..r;i!o sail, in prop, rli.u: to of thu mm t c-iiicicnt social agenta that lias jet
u c.ire-lul perilsal ul It: its nren, und that in a e-ciiiint r.l.d poll I o. view been lUscuvcri il.
m.d I will pas-- this with but on,! li ni'irk,! Thu history uf thu past is of lialu usu to uuc its locitioi: is n d less l, v .r.ibl ; btit tho vast In rcKretico lo the lulure poiuh,tion and
;li slai lied at ins .stiipiilitv, il'hiscran- ignurant uf existing louts! the genius of the mineral resource ol Missouri c.mstitutu nn wealth ul All mum, we have suul : sic vas tics.
ms in il beef instead of brain :, I am 1 pretcn'. i.gu, the lot-ial ceudttion, inlclligcuce, element cf w cab h which, in connection with her tiiud lo occupy 1te.Jinf jdare in lir list of jhnrr-
.I'll illU! fill' that. ! anil pUIsllll ut thu people; Iliu gcogl.lJilllc.il ru- u::r:cuuur,ll c.ip.o ny, yiii ill i-.uu- piaiu nor irsii .n.m-f, nui ii sin u.n.i miniuj ss im- ;iir.'
billons and physical resources cl luu country nr.-i on t i.u issi oi .-.ineric in siinn. i ur u iiiiki cm iit:r'iiioit, v .'nini. mi w.un. giuuavur siiuu
arc loots which mual bu known before w ) cm bo r-'incmbircd l'..-.t the wed'li lirawn from llio corrt-powl irili lur wcalli cY uumlicrs. The priv-
niuko u practical application of historical kiiuwl mines, so far from diminishing her agricultural ibdu of giving direction to (bo social iustitu-
edgu. lu gune-ral, individuals, who devoto much capacity and profits, is ealcubited to increase lions, ut.d lone tu thu moral character of the
timulu literary pursuits, pay but little ultcntion b.dh, by idl'irding a homu uiiirkel for n grc iler milliniis who nru to succeed lis, cannut be loo
to Ihu study und investigation of subjects rchi- variety i f products. highly upiiiccialed by every cilizen ol Missot.-
lu.g lolhupresuulorfiUuruconditii.il ui li.eir 'i'huciuses which h'mlcred thu growth of ri. Thu foundation vf thu lucial and mur.t
own country. Their mind lecviiitt familiar- Mi:..".:ri in time pan arj gradually disapjie.-.r- iusiitulioim uf this mighty State, are to bo laid
izod .villi, and delight lo dwell upmi, distant c- ihg; and others ealiiih.tid lu prmnolu ils pro- by us of thu present gent-ratio:-; ond where is
veiili and ruinotu objects, whether uf lime ur gross, nru brgining lo (-pernio willi in inilcst Iho individual lu regardluts uf the future glory
place, while Ihey seem lo regar,t thou tilings einc eiiey, as ev iueiicu nun n ueciucu change ui ins Maiu aim iliu iippruuuuun ui nil race, ui
.Mr. I''. wilies to e;i-l aioiiinl his iu'iiio
raui: in rcltitioti lo tin: townships in cm
(utility, by Mixing, "as the creek passes
tl.i'oti.rli Sail Kiver inwn ship, the writer, if
he lie not Mupi.llv ulilii-e, hu will not fail
lis be iiiUnii.lerstiioil' Thuivmi see Ilis which hu w illmi l;io sphere ui liicir nioru mi- already going uu, v. e uoticu lh it the increa.u not lo desire that hu name mould no re-curded
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i i ; 1 1 1 1 1 - -: iti do. I "in ' lads lor the iiiilToic mcuiate uuservuuoii, us iiiiwuriny in conioui- i'"i "" "" " " j ... ......... s ... ... eo.n.j.uui ... ..... ....j.iu.o-
J i' nit only in a direct, piieuuwry manner
w ill t ,i I'r. p.ise,! linu hee unu t-iruiiiilv bene-1 m c.. , i.-. . : .,.,' i?, t.. I.. It...., M .. I.' ' i.b.lioii. and inuanablu uf allVr-ailiif either ideas
veu mo.-e advanlageoui wi.l it prove ; ,., .,- i i, ., , - , uru or nrulit: nur is this statu ul iniiid nee-uliar
n.idpoht c d view. liy preinoliog ..... -,,.'7',, . '7 . i,.l to the hlurary porlluli uf uur cutit.lryiiie-ii. l'ew
is hv no mean ,
i, and luere.ism;; tho w callh ; by , . . . . , ' . ,. ' . ' . . of uur iteuttle, whatever may bu tin: etradu of
resource of the country, it will ""' " 1 ; V- ,TI,,:l " their iuteliUttoc, .ecu. I regarU a km.lcdgu
li.-.al, h'll
id in a in. r d
in i:i il n i ..
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s.ir.ly loster lh itr.wtli id educitional 1 " " " 11 1:1
I. ci
. in lior.i'.n.nt. liviiv I '.'u of history ilnnii
li.it iv In-ru i-.iii.inerce ir i.'re -ses, anl interciat
m,iiic .lion exlmds, morality and eulioliteiiiiioiil
-.iccniiji my Ih.i c'lllivatinii o tho ph sic, d arts.
In il p.dilic-l tig':!, ii.'lhii:,; in tho whole rancju
I pul. lii! p-.licy so lend- ,o seciiro thu most elo-
nvver, h.i;pi:ii'.s and prosper
ut t'lo improvement if the
uf thu resources of their rcspculivu Stales us
wat ii.j.ii.iit, In-iiia; l(),!iti.i more lliati the mcrease incuts in the moral una social condition ut a
of the I'mir years ending in ISIS, and wu learn jit-uplc, uru of all human undertakings, deemed
Ihrough Ihu pnblio Journals from dill'orei t jiarls practicable, Iho most ilillicull. A alight error
of the Stule that 111;, emigration this season u x- lu lcralud, or pcrhujn unperceived, in the bo-
cc. ds I at of any previous year. ginning, takes deep root, and gaining strength.
Our railron I (. its, Ifiirunruli I, trill ureal- with time, becoinca o interwoven Willi Iliu so
cial
blileel,; was at ll lust to know whether , ,.l,, i ,,rii, it,.. ....... ,.,,. I,,.-.. ,1 .,, ..i. . .., ,.',.i ,., il. . cial fibric. that its entire i radiuation deliei cverv
l.'s last aiticlu .shouhl not at oacu be as- U8 t.,,jtjui.; und but few, we believe, even vl,Ulilly air focatnl, ui.J if n.,thiig shuuld human effort. 1 lence, wu should aim to excl-s
siu'iieil lo 1'iat oblivion which awaits it. euliivutu a taslu for the improvement el their occur lo cluck ihu present liiu uf foreign emi- '"in all our institutions, every viciutu pr.O
There are linny mysteries ill nature, Its own humesluads. These observations may be ..'ration, it may bo regarded in a reasonable es- pie, mid transmit ihcm if pussiblu, In our itio-
well as my. si cries in man; hut how the Jcli-' regarded us applicable lu thu American popula- liin.it u (o sol do-.vu li.o population uf .Missouri cess. ra. Iree from every ice, that may tend to
llciiiau alter having iisstniied tile lofty tulle lion ut large; but nowheru elsu Imve we ub-e-rv- at onu million and n half in eighteen hnndrud curnij.t and destroy thein. And let us contii).
of nil inll llu.l monarch, aiul ilrawin"' l'ruiii ed a puoplu whoso appreciation uf their own and sixty ; but th.d would give u only about uully bcur in mind, thit uur duliei ore cum-
Ihe aneii'iit ( Ireel.s, ran in (hu same breath country wis so low in teems to have been that twenty inhibit.!':! lo tho t.jtnro mile, scarcely mcusurutu willi the privileges we enjoy ; anil,
"el down to liic iiiot'ili bl-ei (f he brulll of Ihu mhabil.il.ls uf Missouri in tunes p.isl: and u lithe of the number lh it alio is c .liable of sup. Unit we tliall incur the just censure uf man-
i wc are pel siiiiiiuu ui h ii is uwio'; ai ic.isi in iiari, nu.-j in a coiiuorianu coiiumoii, viitn a ""i", sua u... ..(.. ii.hi u. .w.. , .. nB
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lo inns ciu-su mil! iliu seiiiciiii-i.i ui mis cuno popuiaiior. as iicnse as mat oi .v.assac iiisetis, inpm m inijufm mt..,,. vv,,u,.u vm
has progressed by such ow degree. Missouri would contain about M.OUD.COO in- keeping.
Nor have the resource- if tl.u Stale been pro habitants, and wu hazird (ho prediction thai
perly understood and utipr. ci..ted in ether parts , ion a creator numht-r ivill bo i.ttuitu-J in the
il.ilkt't. li'.ttl-
the railroad, wi.cii Hid cost uf liansil will bu'-j
cieiitinii, in drauiii'' his couipan .on an
maiiilniu the j .!;iri: a-d 'iii,',l him, isalmo.l
or ipiilc an anomaly in nature; yet I will
nut be so impolite as lo use a more: ignoble
IilK'. ucli iiiiuianly iiiul Miugl1 cuiiipiii
soiis I do tin( feel di 'pn icil to ii-e in return:
they hctier suit ihe savage tribe; bill would
r illici call tliti oeullcliiau's mind lo a beau
tiful mi l in -i ruciivc si ir.inr. nl o! Ilurii ,
( Hd th.il soiiu- oi e ll:,' juHi-r vvoi.I.I ui' us,
Tj m 0 I'lll -el'. ,n otaeis see ul.
of tliu L'uioii. The mild cluna.c and v am J pio
duct, of Iho ciuitr.ll region were less attractive
to Ihu ci.lerprisii.;; emigrant than tliu stajdes of
hern and lioitlieru latitiidc-
.lietimu ol in iny now ir. ixislei co.
Wu liavo tiilicn this 1) it I y jLiiicu al the pres
ent condition and futuru destiny uf Missouri,
more suu.iiciu ami uoiuieru lau.iiiiu., ami coa- , ,,ot m a sjnril ol boasting, but lur the puriuse
sc.pl.ir.iy .v.usouri iiinl noiiineru l.l.noi.,
liiou-'li inbaliiled by while null at an tally pe-
nur citizen u
l'luiu lite rliilath-Ije.ia Kleliii.g llillletiu.
Interesting Item ftcm tho Isthmus.
Nnv Vubk, June ti,
W are indibled to Aiiatustu l'dliot, cf 1'lli-
ull't Kxpn-st, b r the following inlclligelice from
1 h ar, .Mr. 1.1
votir i si per, ia c
I'll'. ( llll" in
ll S'l'r7e.ti:o' lo tho mio. Is nl'
nrof.l ddu lieiu of relledioii. The Voulh who "1U i'lhliiUs!
II, nl ol V, i-stern luslory, l,v.i iiollieeiis-.lU.il, is nbout to cnt.r iij.oii li es s.-iioiis business of tioiuij.x.v, May, Jl.
and their resources (lev cloned w ilh that (b-L-reu to',, .1, ,,,) I i tl, . ir ,.t. ..Ill "I'l... a.,, , 1... ..-.' .. n. I j .. : l t
. . i , r, ..,,,.,,1 ,.,.i ....... . it,,,,,.,:,, e i,i i. . , ,.u tui.ejiiu isut'iuu..
!". 1 " I'spassiu;; upon u(- r.t ..iilily which lias distm-m, lad the grmvth b-.: bk.-ly to ibuv from Ihu n.ighiy chungi.i wu informs us lht thu road i complulud from
orilirivcll I Ins nlliilt HI ll-I f ulluT tuttsof thu West. I,,..., i,,,i;,..,i,.,l ,.,! i,r,de,.i i,n,,,a ..ii!, i-,.i'. , X.., v I!.,,. !., t:i,. i il... ,.,ii. it, a, ..v...
ire ipinlalioii an I reinarli and A clung.:, however, in this respect has la-: creucu to their occiirr. nee. Toe lime is propi , li .ul f cue and u b.di' iin'es lu be built uu i.ilui,
I shnil have (loiii-a JJ r. ! . .say.- , "le! me in-1 Luu placg vviihia a Iuw ycari nasi; u4 if tli;iivtu for lavinir tb fouutlklieiu uf liu foituue. ; and w ill be liiiished in June.

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