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iicu, Scotl's. Welcome. , -
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lie cnie. he eomej, from the fiuld of hit glory,
Ami millions hiM triumpim proclaim; ,
Afnufi Ut Im nam-'i.b: written in story t
Afrnlion the tablet of fam. ,
citma id Lis triumph, and victory' wreath
. rjib-iKlit on the brow of its chief, ; i' .
Urt'Jimm'd by a tear, for mercy' sweet breath
Did warm into birth every leaf. .-.;
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Lrt the of the, tr be h'jnj to the galet
Kioin m-t'inlain to ph lot it ave, I '
Tljooiriivy aHcrHc, hfiJ foul malice assail, ;
. Tie brave will lienor .tiio bravo..-
Li t tli r,nnon'a doctro.irt and the trumpet'
' wit.l 1, . - . . :.
Rou-rhiV Ll.toiiih furost aid g)en;
In;t o.ifi brf kidl-d m hoijja ai)d on hill
1 We honor the noblest of .men, : - - . : "
All welcome, great rhiffiain! thy country i tip,
A Hid decf Jrom her hoart bJs you ctiiii'?'. ;
flio spreads wide the bainjutl, und fills hijh "the
To welcome her warrior home.. . , ;
Wheii fioe who f barely have slruik at thy
. ' nun?, , ''"'' ; "' ! '
Shall all, in thfir jrtves, lie fsrgot, ' ' .
I'iiH pr..udly who'll kmt to'trte rl"4'! of fame,
Miil liu;.hiii tle brow of herf Scott! e -
i . mi. ... a..l.....ff It il n f .
'Ci,c tU dttuchment oi this itrimcnt
hat -j a i rived in iho Stale. lo a few day
more; 'eachone of this gtllant corps, thn
rcutnanlVuf a bind of hcrot-s wbo Iruly
rrprcacnU'd thc hih qdalities of Souih
Cirplma, and wdn for theinslves immor
tal r'puown, will have rj iched 1 his'hoim,
on b'i r j iccid ' for his toifj ani luzardi,
'IrtMhtf smiles of h'n kindred and litt? cheers
nf'ln uunirmen. May ihcy Umg "lie
ift the erj jym:nts of the grnttlude and ad
inir'nian uf nur people, and thu mnory of
tfn ir -doclla b trarismitied on rrnrblo and
briss; to-a remote 'posterity. Vha tlfgi
nicnt w:ts: p'wd'and discharged. at' iMohil,
tun cbinnhuine by pMitics, wbicS pn-vcni-t-diiur
Ton YIonT giving .iheia -a pubb.c
dinner -as w.h' contemplated. ; Oar citi
Z':n howover, 'have received f ach detacl-tiu-nt
units ariivol id Atnta, bycom-
'.riiiitec.'wcluuini'd .them with alutcs of ar
tillerr. rxjondwd the'm a pjb'ic breakf it
id all tho riospitaUlies of .ihit piucfp, and
rendered - them on their departure, cyc.r
dpmostruiinn of respect:,' Kcb District
vill no huht giv-f a pub' in' rtceptum tci iu
campahy, k which all others wiU bo mvi
ted.'.t Ciiirlts,! on is prep.trrd to "ffer a very
Inndsome testimotiial, and .-.OIJ . lia'fioIJ
will manifest her prdlaf ih '9(3 .B..9, at
n raiid Birbectie on the 27ih ; at Cntro
1 Ilb.N. Gaurett Divts. This djst.ingiah
cd gcntlemuii v,a cveeedmgly anXrous for
Mr. Clavs nomination; but;, like a ' V u"
he.med pitriot ailwis b(0 goes f wilh al
. t. ; t. ;,,ki (nr T.. n TkYf an. At -a tri
1... ,,iVK ,tti r.iititi.Al n:irfies in NTchot
. a county, on Mon lay week, ho spoke, of
ihe'pjhev of the- i resent Admimstratun,
whose principles were adopted by General
Cj?, with great s jveritv, aiw g i v.
i of ' the military and p iliiical hisiorj' of Gen.
C.i. which wt wish we cnuld correctly
present to our readers. U then spoke
the nroscriotion which his charactered
the ddTtrcnl Administrations of the G-net
ai'Gjvornmenf;s:nco .he days of jJohn Q
' Adam, and h'is' aversion to such policy
-'Which ho thought was fasl hastening our
n itfrnnvni downward from' tho high
,,; h it .inec ii.-ld. He iJwaght the
e!eMiron of General Taylor calculated
remedy this evil; made a thrilling' an4 ffo-
:q-i?W appeal lo his hearers of all f iriies rn
bjhalf uf h.m who had!so nobly Served bis
-country and who was yet willing to serve
y uponthe princi2vles 'of the coiistiiutioo
J and in the adoption of the policy of tho ear
ly Presiients; Mr. Diis havicaf remark-
.'ed'that, ,in his 'enthusiasn for old UOgn
and Ready, he hd a!mo.l forgla thai
- ho'preVerr'eJ another as the nominee of the
f! Convention, thU purlion.of hi ."remarks (as
' indeed' hi whala sp-eech) was received with
, Dursisot appwtusa iruu' -...-..w -
i ors. He uoncloded by presenting his au
dience w'ith'an ofThand cafculatlon os . ;o
the vote qj .Prekidenl al 'the November
-f.Wli..n in whieh ha' l?aV8 Gtp. .TaYLOR
i r . t.i' it. iiiniiii mill
. ' near'200 electoral jue.Uuiw!k Jr.
; Fftn the MtuRUut Bjnnrr. 5 ; '
fflsrtli cf Jolj- Cclrbraiioa it BrackiitW,
Wts iosert with -leisure ihe f!oinj
acfoaetof a ctltbration of the aooi yersary j
of In.Iepbicnce at Urackcttown, t'uroiab'j
ed by' a friend who. was present anioirtic
pated injhc conTtviafitiea i tlo occasion.;
Th fullowlng note foir Ithsr'IJigidanl MesV
enger.waa sent ui at the sune time ah a,
rf"juest ifiat c would publish ? . .
Owiag Ut the pcrjorm ingo ' 'of jvai imis
dutiel'. l ;h ivtf not had .nine toV make . out
ttvo cfpic4 of tha accCompanyitig jfifoceed
JOgS and th Highland Meie,ngeri a re.
ipofifutly ri-pj'wsted1 to publish theiij rom
tho Ibnner." ' , ' i , ; ,y . .
" Mean. Editors; 'tin .Fuufih uf July,
as a .subject lor oratory; has been" said, la
be trite and hucAnrytd; but tiiH -rose hlo-i-
surged. in the gifden ol ;Eden and ha be n
Ihctherno of the pet and romancer a all
ogps, and vvq know not that it Is less beau-tiluf-rless
seat in its frairrance. . than
when gaihrtd b'v lht deiicato finf rs of
JuJtra'a "irls'on ihf.fullen walls ;of ruined
JeVicho.. ., :l2tichsujunjly over the emergent
earth in ;ts airy tin'dng gleamed thf bu)w,l
jhmiihv; yet we k .ow fiutthat u'ben'di Jess
ovi.igly, or has? tost one tf its tnchauiing
hues since - . '.'
The eagle fcOT the ark 1 ( ,
l,irst sported in its b'arn. : '' -
And woman j God. bless htr! hn lieptm'uh
tis. since thu crcatioa ofUie woifd--a'oh.rl
linm only excepted,. and how Adarq, .t
thrnuh that is unacounlable to us but
where, ts the man; worthy uf ' the name.
w,n will ncknowjedge that shci is le&ydear
-le3an ubji ct of .: admiration : .Tioiv';
hoa oo the liht of hr supernal ijvt'lim"s
in the b lm breathing bowers' pf Paradise
opened the eyes uf the -first sleeper, and
found for unce vhis. waUing visions more
than realize the angvl sh ipes thal :haumrd
the ilFeamlnnd ol tug slumbers. . s with
the lijvq of wiursn'so it is with the" km-
dri d fei-lings of patriotism eternal t in the
haiiljm heart; and twwevfer in" otbtir lands-
and in other parts of lha ea'rth jh"o ex ilicd
sentinient be depressed, and the, textern'l
ceremonies b) which it t, m nit'esed, for
bidden; yet never, the world ov:r .has "a
muuuta.n hmked yn a race of sJa.vs; jaud
so lo,ng as the dwellers ainoJi' IhethiUs. tn-
hale the mountain breath of - LlcctY, uo-J
can look, with a Irecman's swcl urg heuii-
on the stainless (izare of their ipountain
crests; sji long'wifl ihey'- delight, f do v her-
festival da)s, to gatheV around t!je, alrars'
of ihfir couniry like the children: of one
beiovtd parent, and lay on her aljrine the
dlTei'ings of a gr Aeful patriotism.
In this spirit, to observe tho anaive'rsry
of . American Itidependnce;,was assembled
at Hi'iieki'ttown on tTui'sday, "4ll"-inst , a'
number of Che citizens of lids and jiiMiung
counties at which meeting the wit(ir was
wppointd io transmit to ilioMountarn B in
ner and Highland Messenger symp arcou'in
of ihe'.procvc dings of the day:.' atd in 'fiU-
warding for publication-lha Joljowipg artJ"i:t.,
i -r .'n.. . . r.. - t,;.Ji ii.Ki, u'ci .
lit: fUhllua, so iii. as JJMii nun ms tut; rj
poses of his appointment. j ,
The conipuny being seated u ndeV an a r
bor formed of green, unwnhcred boughs,"
thtr exercises of tho occasion .were ccm
menced b Iv. P. Vjllis Eqj in tho fol.
lowiug're marks introductory to the reading
'oC the Declaration of independence: 4-
(icnl!emefr: -ln rrfl'ctin"oii'the" mighty
i i u k a,;,! ,Vl
tlenunis ,at work in the human miod and 1
the- wonderful c bulges now tjking plate,
in the social and poluical ttiirsE ot man
krna, it must be in:ere.siing, uof ."only, ta
A me r ica'us ,to celebra te'thej hitor c ) e ve nt s
ot tins day7 but greatly appropriate und in
slructtve to man unixe-r-sl. ... .
'Ihe 4;h of July,l77G,'waj tht day tint
gve birth to Americas Independence, and.j
1 what is there 50 imperative, jet o die light.
ful; as to commemorate apd .honar the; tri
umphsfof our tco.intry. ,-Ycs, fcllow-citi-Zens,
this is truly the .people'- d.iy trf. en
lighten the Jb'ig of nations in'the ohlworld .
Tvrart, ift vain ye tread lbs w;xajd nnj, ( .:,
In-vain ye lull t Miva'-- u-iwcand prinjj.
1 . What! can ye lull the winged mmd asleep,
Arrest the rolling world r chiift the deep"
0! the wild wave contcmns.your sqt-plrcd hand
II rolled not"back when Canute gave cotamindJ
-' Wiule the Alexanders, the Cisars oud
Buonapartes of the world are sijmulutid to
deeds of bl iod hy the assurance- thai lhJr
aciions ill claim for -thern the proudLt
niches iV'the-. temple of fame, the rtame of
Washington-will' animate." the jcalm, ,, yet
determined assener of his country's nattier
ti)e unostentatious lover, of jvirtue by
whispering in his ear the- h.e-inspiring
promise ihtt . . , .
Bright blafhin j'honora on bi brow all bloom,
And w-ccpiojj vh-gios kacel arouad hj tomb
The D-claxwioa of 'Independence
.3, .flu CM
lh3 orasor I
livery of t!, a A
13 the de--tijn.
-rt. It itf
a cpy ofiVntr
wiih much l'...:.
rerm mat .1 -
rough ourline of t!,o ; '
this patriotic ad Jress.. U ' -
language, and claiming corrc:n-, j f tl,
ahgtd scntimenrs orify so far as we nco'.-
Ject. them, however others nny L' t wt
kimw the Doctor will fo'give us for ihn i
ptrfect sketch of his; excellent speech, iu
c josideraiion of the. motives which' prompt
ed ihe undertaking. -
llo- commenced by saying, that it LJ
been au ;b!Khed. ussge among the most
enlightened .'nationi uf theeaith, frora .time
!mmmorit crlebrate jauch epochs in
their, bi.iio-ry. os'wero ffatight with 'beoffits
and b'esairig-j to inemst-lvts ' and - to' ihe
world at large. In view ot'ihia ;time hon
ored custom it wa a, that we as a ; portion
ol a free people , forgetting party Umi& and
party animosities and liketha Wild tribes ot
ilw West wben they gu up la their corutnOn
peace grnuud, Iraviug bthind u the .tonw
UiViwk aid -sea'ping knives ol parti&
warl.ire, hal assemh ed to- celebrattt thj
deeds of our. a iKvsiors n ancestry nd
ecji man which ;ne tartn can boast none!
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. He next took a rapij reviey of the cau
scs, w-fjieh had led U the sep iralion of thtf
(Ni A.) Connies Irom ,Oieif rrCither court
:rv, and ci.umed thVi'thal evrnt hid b en
ptoduciive vt a greuier vtni'uni vf blesnuig-
to tht civil. zed world, than any othir trans
uciiun recorded on ihe pages of. histiry.
llo spoke of ajm loeatitin h( our first pa
fcn'svih nhtr distant Est, and hIuj 'success-
ive peopling of other qoarters of -the g!ub
ot ihe .ioser'vaiioo ol'iht- discovery "tnw,
in. the plan of me Almighty , to'lmer; more,
enhghli-hcdr-and bi igiiler, d-ij s -than daw
uc-d on Vhe j'ulions amiquity." , He kaid
there'inust jliave been in the cuuncLs of lh
tiami ,Vidom sonn'-cVep and glorious pur
jinso as' yet', only partially.' developed 'ia
ihtis res'-rving thus com in -nt to be inhabit.--cd
at such jn period 6y th ruling race .f
mankind. .The Supreme B-:ng,, foreseeing
;the wickcdntss, sujjrstiuon and idolatry
tha,t would prcvul in! the. old word ; htnv
revolution alter, revofutin wouldconvulse
it from end to end, how tyranny and uur
pat ton would predominate,.- lea' the. same
.sta,te,of thiols should bo .established here,
fiad 'concealed till his own good time .the
b.aulix:s of llhir Novv Wotld; " '.- . '
: liut vhen man: hadbecn laught ex.
pe lencoto1 consider his own rights, and to
reflect on jhis own propor gredlnrss, on
epoch in his history, arrived requiring nly
a suitable theatre for ihe exhibition ut those
splendid qualities 'wjth which he was to
1 1 ilily endowt'di . Then was the. Western
Hemisphere discovered and a theatre rpen
cd and spread out lor tfws 'd.nplay of the
sublnnest energies of the human mind.; ; Iu
was like-opening the floodgate of ,an -im
prtscwifd sea the 'rush acjoss the Ajlin'ic
in qut-sl f a land'of liberty ermih as it
jt would drain Europe of its popuhition.
1 He Ctmi rusted the nppejifaildaJ,-1 ot f this
Continent jtheo.wi.th the scene which itfnow
prt-serts Thf-n, all'iis mi'.jh'y" resources
were ouned in the gN.orjm.uf an int'ecmiuiiblr
witdcrnes, over wRicU brooded ttke silence,
ol prrmeval night, broken only by the yell
of ihe unlettered savage arid the, howhn
of beasts f prey
Nothing but onboundei
to rests through which deep nnd rapid nivers
j i ,
devolved their currents to the-ocean,'1 and
from the tmdst ot. which lolly mountains'
rose -iowvpng'to the sky, presented them
selves '.o the -admiring gaze of the Europe
an wdven'Airer. ' IVtfW,' ihe forests were
converted mto fruulul fields, and over the
crystal waves of those mighty streams
bounded the w hite sails of commerce, mak-
in;! this the filiest and most dehghttul land
this side of Heaven.
- He ptanced at ihe incidents of, ihe war
ot lndepebde nee ihe- dingers, d;fB 'Hlties
and distresses of our forefathers in ihattre ;
.mendotiss'.rugle when trnmulous -oqher-two
wmgs ol Vt'op fear, over the field
of battle hovered, lovely as an ange! the
form of freedom. fThe contest wa awfyl;'
buj, there were many iO"b!e spirits r. who
cold exclum with the R mn philosopher,
A vesrL-a.day a single hour of . virtU
t.us Ubery is worth a, whole , eiernitj of
bondage." ' He spoke of iho disparity 6f
force between the two "parties: -the,
were truly frightful. On one sKie- wj re ar
rayed --all; '.the' pride and Strength of the
tnighticstj nation oa earth, -moving in al the
pomp anJ splendor' of glittering warfare;
while on the other thers was a want of ev
ery ihing except true fe,v)iion to the glori
loos' caueof their country. v Political; and
ctvoMibcrty was ajl ihy foughl. for al'
Literature aaJ General Intelligence;
JULY 27; IS4S.
lhy cared tor. . Over the rest of iKs world
tyranny and pppresiTuabeli uoivt rsa! sway,
and-Lipertf wras, wua th exceptioa &l K
mer'tea, a wraoderrr and atf x!e ovf r ihe
race of ih earth. Io vain hd she knick
d for admission' at the doors of all the gov
ernments of the old world; and nw, as a
last resort", bid consgne her cause tq the
uodisciplined yeomanry of the American
col.rme. May'wetiot hfccy that "wften
durnvg ihs Iof.g .andc-icntfu! conflict tb
genius ol'L:berty was almost tetppied io
fttir ' ' '7 fires upm her altars and
hi. ' ;
i lasting fl ghi from, earth leav
; :ti iu-su! j out .political 'Te
.1 t gi dqwn in the-kjaciojf an
e. ; . ,:.J bravery loTha fold;
I t.r the, Bj-ittah Liou,
and laid li.r.i :r-'.
Bot lha -war-Worn v
feel of the A-
if did not stop
t, 'i :. .' t : . Jopl
here. They went :
pub'i' an lorm of govern
a constitution whtch ecuri J t ?
tile bjtissmgs for which th-y !.
bird. They hve 1 rati in; i i
Jeg ie'y V' os in. all it beauty i
M iy A be preserved until tmi
i .- h.
nlot,'!.; ILr paid glowing iribuio to t;:
n-rnie ol v AhUINGTON- tu SDvait ot in :t lit
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comparison. with oihei men were em(t
souii'J. Tliere'was ssomeihing ab iit tint
mm in its excellence? far be)on man
imtiniiun.. r ' ' ,
Immediately on tho close of the Revolu
tionary war, the United Stales took a high
stand among the nations of the eaith. The
same noble spirit ibsi led the. . patriots of
thai period to victory' and glory, . induced'j
thein Ui mvitf the oppressed of every clime
fo sit down wirh them under ilia tree ol
liberty. "By sue ha coarsothe wealth and
jlopulatioin of our country increased with
utVxampied rapidity j and spon. the - biu'ad
breust'ot oean waVwhkemod with bercstii'
vass. Uueland beheld with jealousy this
'rowing greatness of' itie Republic "She
used every inuans to cripple: our commerce
au'd with ruthless hand'j insulted .our fl g
in the high seas. ; ' Aooiher war ensued,
trrjnm-iti.ig as glorioudly as the first.
Titfie rolled -on, and now" "wo. find our
,a,elveag-iin envolved in wtr, und th:U loo
with a nution on our owncvnlintfiit,clairii
,ing aso to be a Republic: Whitever-dif."
ferenctfof opinion mi exist as to ihe jus-
lice ot the war, this jpianous annivtrrsary
isln d;iy on which1 ' wo' should ' forgcl our
prejudices j and do, honor 10, the, bravo of
fieers and men who. left, their native soil tu
fiht, thousands of miles from homo
batiiea otrtheir countrys , Who can d,ny
to Scott and Taj lur and - Butler, arid
'winsandShLelJs. and Sniih, and Worth
o-nd Wool, the fame, so hardly entered m:
tliis war with MexicoT , Ler us, , for a ins.
meflt-, i suppose : oursjlvea bdtoldihg jjitt
migtily struggle of oui' troops al Palo Alio,
Restca t& ta palmaV , Monterey and Biieni
Vista, Vert Cruz, Uerro Gordo. . Cnuru
busco, Ceoireras Ciiapultepoc." And who
does not fetl' motions ofgratilule to these
who yielded upMheir lives on the fed field
of jheiri fatne, in niimtaimnce of their
jyunt ry "s 'honor? to' R'ngold and Ridg.
ley, anJ Clv; an J McKee, and Yell, and
Haidin,' and, Vaughn; and Butler(of SC.)?
' fie, for one, would like to see' the mon
umental pile, the massive column and state
y pj ramtd,;- rise a high as any thai gra.
ces earth, and tell. to all toture generations
ihe glories 'of the victories they achieved
in dying; and, like ihe" monument erected
io ihepartAn haod al Thermopyln?,- let
the: inscription be, 4G passenger, tell it
in ihe United States -that we died here for
the piomotion of her glory aod honor.1'
In conclusion ho . reviewed in fancy ihe
gr itfdtur nd greatness of our country
ttsvM exit ot of territory ,. with a healthy
choiite aqd lerrlle soil, covered, with mil.
Uons . of happy and. industrious freemen,
living uiJer th only truly republican gov.
Tnmriit . itl the- world; ' eriCiHirfgmgf - our
people, ih schemes of enterprise and scj,
ertnfiii research; ;Bhedding upon -all arouud
the blessings nf ivd hbertv an! rquil
0 - --,'-
la w .s ; a nd b v h e r . m U ii o5c ie o c e a' mel io r 1 1 n g
ihe condnion uf peoplet'tn other Ucj, a.id
s!imul;Vung( ihem bv her eiampld to throw
otf the yoke ot b alag- ua firVh'ch they
have so long groined. . As secondary t
national hippiuess he spokn of nation J
greatness; of our . army and navy; of 'the
flig ot star fl iaimg in the current of v.
ery breeze thai fans tha continent' from
Canada io California fluttering n the pin
tjacles of Popccataprl and Onziba, and
waving in triumph over the ancint city of
4he Aztecs. 'Tremulous; through the mists
ol tears and . blood rose' on ' the political
horizon thehrof the glorious; coastella.
j lien; and .though , now the brightest ia ihe
sky of fiioe, it has not yet ntuioeditvausteo of ft chcrrjr pit, buce or twice ihroughi
, V'lf we are true t..ourscUasVhe said
in conclusion, t4e sball stand the lest of
agesand remain ihe same-free and happy
people. The strong pillars of thrones and
dynasties m'fy decline and sink as revotu
lion on revWution' .shakes the tvofld; but
we as a" nation will rise , calm and sere'ee,
aboe;slhe engutphing .vdrtex,, tranquil at
Msdbm awful. as cterqity, and the binds
of all future times shall Mtig, ' ; "
MC4vlumbia! Columbia!, to gloryarfse---.-..?:--"
Tlie queen of the t .wo rid' and the child :of
( ' the skies; , 1 ' ' '
Thy genius commands l.hee wtth.Taptures
U-huld k , ' ; "
As ages en ages ihy splendor unfold.V ;
The greatest enthusiasm pervaded the
assembly .during the delivery of this-ad
dress, and at iu conclusion the speaker
wis warmiy congratulated. The company
then sntdown to a well furnished tablf
well attended, and showed avery hearty
appreciation of th good thipg set before
them. During dirtner he foHowing cold
water! !! toasts were drunk: ;
Bv K. P. WiMis.-WOor fepublic In its
birth triumphant j 'in its progrrss-glorious
-nyitbe perpetuil. "
William A.-Grah,im.--Tho great
-.. 1 brave-who died in th Mexican war
When' the l ist reveille shall beatv may tluy
answer to their names among iho roll-call
of theju?l. , - ,,
-By Jmrs Goodrum. The: Republic of
I'rnce Though surroutided by the mon
arcl.ii cf t'hu old world, may it be clcr-s.
nah " ' , 'J ' . - -
: By -William Smwley.- Woman The
mirror upon earth of the beauties of Ilea,
By JosphGondrum.. The soldiers and
officers ihat fought our baltle.s in Mexico--
Honorvto tbe dead and happiness the?
living. ... , i
' By Dr. J. A. V-uI.ny. The". American
! people -VicioricJ s i.i irin peace hap
py ' : ... . :
. - By John Smith, jr. J. A.v B. (initials of
oratorVname)--We t!. ' t it co'mmenc
ed jb-lerir!g;"Lut v. . jW find ,it can
talk sump, ' ,
-J.By Wm. U. Pobird i;. The'pra
tor of Ihe day lie has shown to us that
hU time hat not. been chtirify devoted lo
thn . ptIUbox. '-.Success and happiness av
By 'ST. Dyzirt.
cn.XriJk nothing Ic
drink any thing sorss.
m By Wm. VL Tunlall
From Venezuela. I v
: vay uf Ha.
i " Puerto Riep
' 1 on ' th
y this we
, The Und
,ana weJiave later tc-.
- Ja'f feCojTei ja rjiv,r; i f
at hich' Wart thorp ' 3
hich' pqrt ll
lOthdnsuj lr!om Msrc-.
learn that Monag:-. 1
upon .Maracaibo by h.
had been signally frti-'.t
troops, 1500 in n :-ri! -:r,
mand cf Marin j,' v.l
pletely foreseen and prv
are not auflicianlly ec
pography of tho -country ;
gibje narrali?e of his t ;
account says: tTh(i i..
comptetely par,a!izJ c
,the" Indians, hunger, fr.
1 "Ainsti . We
vith thtf to
u but the
: Uirw was
agement will render t'
troops." Monigts t
mt of- his
water with 500 men l
this was equally un
promptly attacked, an J ;
or vessels sunl
and u. j
fd and fifty
men drowned, and th3 r
i : : i force dis
persed. Thcss d.i;'". : 1
the situation of Moag7 5 v r'
has been compelled tj t. f
1 - -?d
in the province of Coro, '.
must .continue la retren, -ery
a,nd destitution in l.U : r .
other hand, great enth
Maracaibo am ng the pu!;-v;;
and , every prepra'iTn wis
tacjt the fleet of Mon t z is. v
;- 1 b .
We have before us.t;ij d vr;
President of Venezuela, a ptrt: - )
agas, declaring the bl-wkod j r f
and the adj ceot coasts. es.s
ot friendly nations are allowed to c
nil merchant vessels will be siopp
ihose which may attempt to cr.ia
ceiving notice of ihe' blokaij a
seized and confiscated. . Tlia 1 '
electa red as far back as ihe ."1 111.
iY. O, Picayune, 3 Oth ull
Dysentery Those having
tery or bowel complain, will C .
mot unfading remedy, by r
smII piece of the root of :.
rbtTbarb, and chewifeg; a t
VOLUME yiJI- NO 43, VJOLE NUMBF.U413.
. ;Tcn?w S2 7cr annum, ;'
, " - PA VA BLE IX A D VA .VCH.
the tlay. If the genuine article is procured,
the remedy' is said (o hi almost sure, .&
, " , 1 ' v
Clioouc ye between tlieni.i
; As ihepeopltt'sboQld alwsyj endeaTdr to
.select sugIi rulers as will reflect their opin.
loos Upon great questions of naliwoal poli-
cy, it is of ihe greatest frnpurtance that ihe .
sentiments of thdse .who aspiro to dislin'
guished stafioas should bo thoroughly scan.
ned. Hence ihe ftcccsiiy f making . the ;
following -extracts, from the language ef
Messrs, 0 S3 a A i Ta ylou , to which 'we '
invite the careful and considerate attentian
of every voter, lhat he may be enabled, id'
chooser between them. -
The hearts of the. people nust be . pri r
pared foMVARj"--JUicis Caw, in ihe Sen.
ate of the United Sfjrr. - .
"I sincerely. rejoice at the prospect joF
PEACE. Aly life 'his been devoted lo arms,
yet. ('look- upon Ayar at all times anl uner "
all circumstances j ds a national calamity,,
lo bo avoided if compatible "with national
honor,"1 Zacharj Ta$lor.t in his AllisoA
We might suxilhno the whole of Mexico
tcilhout being hurl by U."--Ltwis Cass, in
Ihe Semite of thr. UtuleZ Stales. ...
:.' ;':Tbe principles) of pur Government, as
well ns its TUPrp6lieff, are oppoie'd to ; tho
subjugation of other nations, tfnd lhe ! dis
memberment of other countries by tonuest.
In tho langungo (f tho ' groat Washington,
Why should vfii quit our own to stand oh
Jxireign grounJTV!--Zachary Tayhr, in Ms
-yviiim-ii Mum? juiimeui5, i mericans,
and determine which of the two n .more .
congenial lo.your ncticna of what shmud
be the fcclinps nf an ;Aoierifcan President,, ,
and cast yodr vee accordingly. Augiitld
Chronicle 4 Sentinel.' . . -
WTiiy Col.-Bpvt.on Suppois GenksAl
Cass. There was a gwl -,cil of surprise
manifested thl Col. Benton . should, have
been so very zealous for Gen. Cass, t Thrj
reason was loai sight of. Gen. C. " Voted
for the Lieutenant .General Bill, which was
to rmkft Col. B. commander of all the geri.
erals and. lb army io boot. -This U was"
defeated thanks to the firmnesi and sends
did riot forget who voted fer it, end he right; -
ly concludes that Gen. C, who was subsdr. ,
vienl'cpough to do snfto serve himt wilj not "
be. reluctant 'to oblige if he should get lo ;
be President. iThoreforo, Col Benlon will
vote to make Geo. Cass President ;
Gov. Jone, of Tennessee, in a Ipeech
an Hartford, Cnn., said: '
had himself (teen a private letter writ."
en by Gjn.' Taylor to Mr. Clay on the 30th
of April, ten days after the Allison letter,
in which he declared lhat though his posU
liou was kuch that h cob Id not consistent
ly withdraw ;yet: his firsV choice fer. the
Presidency "wea Henry. CI ay, his second,
Crittenden j fo 'ithird dbhn M Clayton.
D.d that look like Locof'ocoism?
: Upon ihe above ihe editor of the Alabama
Evening Journal rem4rksi
We saw a letter fromjGen. Taylor;' of
a still later date in which he expressed ' the
hope that the Vhig' National Convention
would unite upon some distinguished stairs,
man, instead of himself, as 'its. candidate
for President, 1 ' 1
: Neither Taylor nor Fillmobe can be.
charged with-seeking" office,, like ITewis
fj.iss. The latter intrigued with Southern
wire-pullers in 1844, to cheau. Mr. Van
BuEN out" of iho nomination, although a
.decided majority of the "National Conven
tion was in his favor. This was done by
r - O . .. ,
ant is now to be paid in his own base coin9
by Mr. Van Bortn.
Hiinnuiiitiii- iwii- us luic. i. iiisintiiiru.
' pxT8AHDiNARY Case 'The Sam Reg.
ts:er aays: A "little fnhing schooner was
ing atone ffour wharves, last week,
w hich deserves notice. , Sho was manned
by a veteran crew, consisting of akipper
Majrshall, aged "Ti; his brother, aged 79;
rfthr m-n arred 7a. and a-bori fi5. Th
" i O ' . mf "
13 years uiu( uu iiic uiuiru gvg
sel and crew number 3t0 years!
i : upper has jollowed the pursuit from
e;of nine-ycaYav' '
"'A -writer ja a late number of the Boston
and ??"!'tcal Journal mentions the theory;
of a !l , j'.hero Physician, who maintains,
that consumptive patients, when a charge
of location . ia advised, instead of creeping
onward farther Siuth, should hasten North
ind their only changes of a permanent
restoration depends upon that movement
u thinanv other. He calls to bis aid
idme cogent - facts; besides dwelling with
enthusiasm on ihe pKilosophical principles
involved in the proposition.