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NO. 6 VOLUME! IX.
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LASH DAYOF EVE. ' j
By Miss Mary 2nn Chester . -
This composition obtatned fur the authoress a
prizp of a gold medal from the Trostees of the
Rutgers Female Institute in tbe city of N. York,
of which Insiilutiun she is a poptl." u i
It ss the evening twilight. The mo
ther of mankind was place J by ncr descendt
ants in front of j herjtent reclining on a rude
couch.; The western wind fanned her j a'e
cheek and plated amidst her oray locks
Near her sat her husband. Eve turned her
eye upon him with1 a lKk of sadness, yet
of deep affection, and as she saw his wrin
kled brow, bfnt form, and head of snowy
wtuteness.seeined to call to mind other days
" Inwardly she reproached hersi-lf Ah !
not thua was ill I'sVw biio. whenfiist given
lo him by our pod. Where has vanished
tbaf manlr fcrrn- where is the elastic step i.
where the eye that 'beamed with biigtr.ess-
iMi liti.iiinis of our puslertiy ibiiiutd Iroui
the curse "
A'iam paused his eye fell on the face of
I) is wife a smile seemed to p'.ay in the
brightness of hope upon her pale lip, but
be heart had ceased to beat, and that ileep
had fallen on her which the trump oi the
archangel only shall disturb.
FOR FARMER'S 'WIVES AND
' rPAUG(HTERSv" VH 'A
There is a great deal of excellent ! good
ense iMhe following passage,; which we
lake iom an address delivered a short lime
since before the Essex County Agncoltu4
fral Society, by Allen Putnam, E. of
JDanvers one of the Represeitatives of thai
to cover his eyes when be slept expfd id ibe
moonbeams ; and a case cams wilhm our f Ner
vation, where a child lost his Kigbi by aleVping
exposed lo the moon. The other tenses t ibis
child became, however, as is generally the case
with thosA wbobwe one, extremely acaie. irtso
roach lhai be cold at any time diaimgnish a
person wbu bad. once been maid knwo to him.
by feflirg ti hand -Mag. of Useful and En
tertaining Knowledge. ? I, r
REMARKS OF MR, OGLE,
' OP PKSSTLTA5IaJ "
Oa Vie Civil 'and Diplomatic w
take our feae
Tilfshtiin:ed industry in tilling
r I have a few words for the Farmers
fwives. vllowevef skilful, industrious and
fnrudent your husbands may be, their
ibess in money making depends as much
ipon you as upon them - Economy
find kill on your part, in' turning .jejrpV
iv tKina in the best account, are e-
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ential to profitable husbindry Per.hapl
where now the rich land mellow voice ? Alas, j here is scope for study, experiments,' and
bowLchangedJ 1 And it wsj who tempted, (improvement in ' your departments j All
who destroved him, -I. the wife--the
cherished companion 1 bade him eat, and
now, what is'ie who but for me had known
beither paiol nor. Sorrow, nor age. And
what remain of her on whose beauty he
A irem j
l . ti4oi Wfltinffko be a favorite willi then ezed witb! unsated pleasure ?
'I&kiem kinds bling. wrinkled; form just sinking into tb
rf bulfoP a great many.to
grave, v dqto is now mai parvuisc ; whh ns
rich fruits -tliai Jbitmy air,; which brought
on cmv breath a tribute to ach happy
fntiiiepe if i hot to increase their ' senseL-those rays which warmed but never
csi ejer ii pm ;l his business or be compell
KiVto hWfry il yhfle farming is being
scorched ? Arid sadder, sadder still, where
is now that blissful, intercourse with Him
who made us rich in the happiness of living ?
'Wmtt t 1 f , -: tin voice is no ion'ger in our ears-driven
ly?Udt:;mecliamcs and other , frombllrp0s.UneS8o lovel.-theeartb
sluiet Huf aifd to engage in their
inn! trx'dei nd by frigid economy, and
&r!llii1eS bseable to "outlive our pres-
i fiirmer his
cutseil sin, sorrjow, and dealbi tbe inheri
tance of ooi criildien.,
Our mother was overcome by the rush of
recollections.' ! Her eyes, long dry, found
new fountains, fend her aced form shook
The following is extracted from the Baltimore
.Morning Sovi'im-!1'' r '
I' 4 Bui,wei were discoursing on the nutri ive
qnalitiea of the Tom a tor- TbiSj is-a vegetable
wliich deserves a far more general use We
know of no article which grows in oor region of
Cjontry i bat is mere healthfaf. It is well known
that this fact has p roc o red for the plant a medi
cal standard. We doubt this has not been en
tirely overrated The idea started by a medical
gentleman several years since, of substituting
the virtues of the Tomato for calomel, waa a
proof of this, and erj likely rrew Vrat of the
cirenmstance of ibe healthful efiWcts f a Torn a
to diet, doring the prevalence of miasmatic i is
rases, which affect the biliary organs or a grea
ter or less dejree these beinff the class ot dis
eases in which physicians most generally resort
tn i Hp emolnvraeni ol calomel, uui mere can
be no mistake as to the tonic effeds of the yege
table under notice ; and we feel justified on the
word of a medical friend, in recommending its
use io those debilitated from the ravages ofjdis
..i.ot : ro.h. Thp.ihyw eases neculiar to ine warm monins--we mean
.urM..i.v.v . iffectinir the bowels. Il strikes us that if
Undoubtedly, are oiien tnr, ' 'WF? Tomato, ureoared with larffe ooantiltes of s.ale
to obtain butter m large nusnlities anu oi . . .nlr,ihL,al nc. ..it: i the ordinar
. . . 1 ' i ui k mM waa v a w- ww va. " j . -"
good quality. But may not tueiauiiaoine- sewing mode, weie adopted as the fM-idof cbif-
limes lie with the dairy woman, is; ner i At(in laboring under, or recovering Irora V soro-
business so simole as to be always under- mer disease," the result would be highly gratify
L..w ) V.. Kin ax ii-nrt tht I doubt in. The exneriment is well worth le testing
Whether some of vou perfectly uuderstarid yf cH,rse anrestrainea inuuigence . uen u.c
ik f k..i.r makinar 11 msv hA an 1 MMO "Uk w "J
Iingallant doob but . listen to tbe particulars
jt one case in "pont,; arid then j 'gel wrje't
fcr l ean help doubting As sited to me,
the facts are: these. One ol our larhjejrU
summer before last, employed successively
and for short terms each three dairy womn.
Here the cows, the pasture, the cellar,? ?tna
Ire not equally successful in the manage
ment of tfe dairy, four pastures, poor
fow poor rrlhrs, are the : alleged reasons
constaiitly open before him
Uh fids n ed secure
MsSino' tsitefttl; cultivation, and to be
'Mfbi$fiiwZd byj the application, in
i Nnirt oflmaMre, He should be con
nu!0nHcinKJis. Work andjgo prepai-
iWhfl it. Ihh no time be use:
irliajS anojrlf jftfrtt bearing f hru s, should
with deep emotions
It ma? be MAI Adam had been; indulging
in musings not 'unlike, for he was startled,
as if from a irevene, by the emoti ns of his
wife. The old man placed himself beside
her she laid tier 'head upon the bosom:
.which had so often soothed its throbbinfis.
What ails thee, Eve ?"
Ob, my husbaii?, how canst tnou snow
kindness to ber who has done all thi ?
file ricli .return of a good Thou wast vpung and knew ony happintss,j
and a l aroundiwas lormcu 10 ucnSu ww
every sense, and I who should have slrengih-j
ened thy virtue, jiell, aud cnggeu im j
with me.the pVriner of my sm, to this depth:
of ruin. And after a few years of toil and;
anxiety, we arc about to lay these worn out;
fr a men in the dust. j
But for sin: we bad lived in perpetual
!?im hilBlttentiou Ind vigorous efforts.
If, iitis ilnt themo3t profitable bu
it hn t li? Ivor 1 . may and should be so
fondlrteJl as s jk u t e Mi e most; of earth's
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sV's to UMW-enjiageu in it. u my oe
"scJrVasio present.-the most at-
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.vter:iritiis,vivoweyer a larmcr musi
ajfbeiri v mindf an engineer. ll
'itl undoubtedlv be his first
Now is the lime for Catherine ibis healthy
and most deniable vegetable wh eh isCMiked in
various ways accordingly to the pecoliat taste ol
nAonla. As a salad it is good -as an oraiet, wnn
butter, eggs and crumbs of bread, capital, it h
tfood stuffed and bakedff-.od'sts'Wed down close
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Ml the dairy apparatus were the same; jpn-i Wllh a fat piffce-of wet and L.im3 peaus-rin
how was the result ? One obtained seven- sbort.m what position is n nwguw t ;
een pounds of butter per week, the second ly the Tomato baa beer, surcessiuny useo in
O'ICn aCIS HIIOUIU Uiuucc manj v.
vary vour processes and note. the results, f
f PhilanthropyVlobking firward. sigh at
cor.se Quences which must follow troro cnanr
Ires that are taking place in the habits .and
employments of your daughters. Circling
hmr.ini mir rnnirol have thrown
hot month s
to check the accumulation ol bile. V yoo
to pack them away in gabs lor winter, gajner
them when ripeand fcaid tnem to ei
off - Iheo boil them well ith a nine angar.sao,
but no water spread ibem in-thin cakes in in
son and when nrv pack ibem away in a drv
room. A". Y. Star '
he healthful soinninff wheel and loom.up:-
(n thr pile of rubbish in the garret. House.
Work and the dairy do not furnish sufficient
i t r.ir the temtipa- h.itner moiii'!
i-n iv in r ii i lira iiiu - n
ers or daughters m"sl result to someijun
Li 1 I. .W i,. annlriktlta fi har(v in th
Pise I7 nil i;u i" tiFiiniw. " --t - F
support of the family. It is too corampnlyj
the rase that the daughters resort to some
fc.-upai:oti . J, T V! y as convenient:
and invigorating inenmiieis wu,iu
tf- I Air I i i
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youth and feared no change. The threat j ,oom fTnm maoy'of their cheeks andVi;
eneil oeatn lia9 wonicu biwij uu. , our iruui i.icn nin' ! tj
and jiow his work is nearly done. j M by that mde of .dres (I ought t vdse ;
..Th. fircfiri in. it-was meet I hat I should harsher ternO which obsttucts the natural
:first return to tlie dust. Had the guilt and and healthy development ol lungs and chest:;;
ibe curse been onlv mine, I might en.'uro; also by avoiding exposure to the weatherv
it but I see thee now, and I compare thee ar,i too eflVminate relianceopon lue nor
with wrm tnou
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rmittoh to his success in bul sU,rday.
should be his efforts at rais- ... few dav
be6tUk and fruits. If he be re children lay us side oy siuo
4 1 LUnA i ob,erv,r of hu- 1 know riot wh it yet it seems to me
:'IH;?F '"rr . : . ih.r will ho olessure in the mutual oissoiur t
IliHi iti.A .k A.i.fll .nnnl In llio moina 1 , i. i . x
then wast, as it seems to me for services which neaven mienct-u. y$
j fe rendered by their own limbs! jHti
will lay ibee low. iei our htenlable consequencea V f litl
in the co d earthi hA to them : children win loocru me irf,.
f iirsi of tiirir mothers, and a sickly racejwi
Ltl ! 1 r I
kvili algo attend to the means . , l- a a if lllArfl wttR SOmei I IT.pfnl as the needle is, and beautiful as
r "i t ; ' I 'i' i-' i i, t lion oi aiui iiui'oi w - sir . - , f i
l'tnpiihjffiMs.iriwn ariddus . fatniU'sdnpf lhm(t itt cunsciousb(ss in the lileUss dustf Ure its coDtributi.ms to our show. 1 appeal
P' Ju havinb d comfortable dwelling, not cf COmf rt as is now lell in lite, ye o motors, to loroio us " 7y
?lh0ai; and' convenient ; I cannot endurf the thought that I shall uu Unt use by daughters. 1 JhiO
rfliy terly cease to hb . . j hey value t h. trlS
fr.. llw,. . . ' . :z L.:.t, ; Adam thoa nasi oueu .? p gic i .
' r'uvni..: s i hp nm nn nv Kiiiiiiui un it- j i . i . i ni
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From the Lynchburg Virginian
WHY IS MR. VAN DUREN DUMB?
The Lineolmcn (N. C) Banner informs, or
ihi ..n ih24ih ot Aool lasWCie than iir.iee
months ago. three gentle.-v
dressed 3 letter to 'artiry
was proper! v mailed, conul
irterr2at"fr,i am' reqoes'Os.
l?t D yno entertain thirr n-
iili the sanction 3sf 'he Fresment, t
9i ..i i . ;(. iha .Mf.tituiinnal nowrr I to abolish
l (Uiuru - .
cA n., vmi biir've that Uoires can aorro-
j . w.t. mm ilie I ! mm.. unnn
a new a; o sovt-rcig" " . 7-
mil r I imm 9
that a State, af'er beina
admitted in the Union upon certain conditions
.r.nl I ha li.H ilnwn twrnetuatlv lo he Cnfli
lions, and be obliged tojibserve them forever?
If rot. how long ? ' L.
4th Would you refuse to admit tlorn.a or
any other Stale or TerMory unto in union n.
less soch rState or Territory should firs' insert m
her Conswtution a clause prohibiting Sler ?
i 5tb D yoo or dooo riotapptove of appf-
ti fJerpral liuvernmeni tornne
purposes of Internal Imjprovement,'
of the several States ?'
in the limits
Sit,'! .!eafd. io'gobd taste and con-'
1 3 3 T r lha dw elling, shrubbery
jrr - . a
..ni.i...n. l thore ationi can cucer ir itraintn? in uie mio
i- .1 iJ.i .L. rmU r ii .nt tf ' all household atl iirs.
no, i ato IM U U M-v ... r
Thou stest vonder sun Mom wilt a
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!Wti be -planted, and not re- mn see him rise and set he is biuaing me
ft iiruiai thnill h a' oardeo ha last udltMl, - -
. .u. r.nnn ppasp uircfri. iiiu
i . u -1 1 .Iii.r ihpaA P.VPS."
stocked with fruit
S - a M lUnllh BB,fcM
I wel for them anu aiuture rare, wi-..;
lould revive the acq iatntnce wnicu uc.
mothers had with the mining stool,; uie
harden, and to some
I m l. u -1 1 ..ik .lii.r ihpaA PireS.
iiirar-iBKiaiaiaaaiafaaiBacBa&Ba.aa'Mvww - - i .
I i -order to arrive at a de- L i i ; . the tears that kmuoh sll their veins : they would acquire.
farmer; when he
p Hi I At. - - r . a f 1. ' a
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t-.iT Ci. :. ' i?. ? A'- - -- . a - . 1.1 e ri 11. O It f 1
-Bi. - m ii luiia - iii.iiiiii v tins. iirr i iiiuiiuo i v
ItnnP " Silt- ur.
i!tbu'iji12fs, &vshoul d be,- and ev-
ttifc 1 cverv nail he drives
've;rferrice tol ; this plan, and as
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P iN $n wtli bo consts n'tly de-
FfT?n4 hft bimIIi U children will be
rao'Uficativb of set in 2 a haphax-
Ml on Iba iik(wl twow of UspMtner. A ;,gt of body ami .nandneis nii
brought to her a gleam o.
his face as it death
..iwi ipni...Pn oowers to her fided vision.
First of iwpmen, (said Adam,) claim po
; 1.. i ito?einer we bujocu
Lio.,Hiher we hnve borne the punishment
Uut there is redemption -there is hope
-l. - ...- ifhlfh mil lll'W m.w-
nf furmers. and i m0
thersof the rising generation.
To these interrooatpries the man fJiaf nn
hicmniU no renlv. by ? In nrVe ot
labor of the dairj j bls 3te letters, he recrgo'ze clearly the rht
of the people to calt-Ciiize nim, ana vn
lion lo respond to their interrogatories V W
then, dn these qorstiuns remain unanswered 7
To the 1st nd 5th nf them, we are aware, that
he has already replied I more lhan nce. ft
vas the 2d. So and 4ih that gravelled him.
They bring up ihe Missouri quesnon again; land
answers to them would bave compelled either a
recantation .r a re "avowal of the diictrtnes whtt h
be maintained in 181, when be, votd lojin,
strocl Rufus Kog toopposelhe admission of 3Jis-
im,. rh. Union. except upon crnionu
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extent me uciu
Id flow in ful'er
.-,.rst case of chokers morbns, dysentery
iloudv flux & , that l ever saw, I have lepealf
buTldirigs, fences, trees.
I.3 .. - K vur .'
, i uiowf T- .:-- - . . i r tip sip riiws iui
- W hiuJ .U,nk.vg of .he f-l cb.n , - - - 'eS
jai- 1 r luaut v.. - . ..I. ii,! i.nl n'JW. ora
iLliLr l-n fmm th tree is besi-steen a fcancful loJi . .
whtcbibetHkenld to my heart that its
T t u..rt DPn from ibe tree is oem wrrp
.. to.ioht ! Dint of
ihrre ihe most 1 i..u. t.nmat nn m ihouirhts, and taught
wd i i ii i rr inn nu aa ra t i siiaa w iiil.ii i a iin z7w - . -
Khfffhe spent,'and to which j u,e
pot to lijtn of any on the w mosl 8eeri under the cold earth, bm we
And ft by bay it not be, since risoigsta to the freshness of youtp
hich we iirsr enjoy u t uu ..y
ten visited ' me on
Hip .thcie is a
my couch. We shall not
costly ransom piovioea
s lie pleases ? Thete are
oj diflicuhies to struggle with. in
fe.iand making a good farm,
n Jtt9 dtfSrulties ate riot enhsneed' hv
W things we bave mentioned.
all sin, we snail- waia,: lu-iFui -
times more bf aritjiful than when we first
roved amidst its fruits ani uowera. :,
ikMA will be the ten thousands
,Wn ,nhitine"oVr.cvil natures, will baire
water until ihe liquor, is .like. g"d ifiofJee
U-diink il clear or sweetteneu wunjoai .sugar, vi
ftd a "lassbf good bjandy if the shock wjve
If not infallible.it is remarkable in its eflVcfJ,
and well worth bMng known and tried: tnwrjjr
r,mi r.. - ,iiv,
We can add our owo fesumonj.iu in.
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i CiTIAW "I. ' fr.' - -'. a -:. . 1 w 1 a a-. awaVl I
a. . . u -r w ; iiiv ii v ar uuuara nil i r a nil a iiiaiiaiM
tL ' "'Wn9 which such a ilan civeK- .it ,htLPM8Kian, woow u s
r.:. : Uh
t4, beadmilted into the un.onr u
U the sweergum tea-baog ir.encd -Lzin?
and speedy relief ora tjs use in a vior-
len. eordysenierjh frtuse, bt8 failure to answe? ibe
. hit also seo. in. ibe !TcosVu w . . ..l.i.i.u.i.u
Ihe usual irraw : . "1 . " " i ITT. intrmtraioneS. rven nu i
last five years, its wonderlul ten.Hi maf ; IJ- " readinew with wtich he an
Lh ease.::. Webave sed the 'd.coe.wa lU addressed htm. proceeds
is an Am -'aery rt-stnc
We shall now, .Mr. Chairman,
of; the Blue Kiliptical aliion ;'! but before we
pass out ot the door, torn yur eyes. nd lake a
moment's sorvey of the t tt tnttmhle?. not o
musing the highly polished and Vaufiiu! mar
ble mantel, with its superb bu fantasij. orna
men s.and tell me uheiber ibi surpptaoosly gar
nished saloon bears ihe. chsracirriHtirs of an a
nart.nent inteitded for the-accommodation of :he
CHIEF SERVANTof a plain, economieal,
hardy, and republican people? Or whether it
dis not more resemble the Audience Room of a
Monarch, in which he receives his 6lek and
1'band-bedecked courtiers, as ihey present them
selves wiih their humblest genuflexions and
prostrations, crouching like fawning spaniHs to
the band which has it in us power to throw
ibem a btne ? . I -
On each aide of the Blu Ellipucal Saloon' I
and ci.mmunicating lberew.it h .y very larg
smoothly tarnished diwwa, is a !parallel"grm
drawing room, ot SO by .22 feet, p'liete apart-
mei.is are called, the green -and vellow'
drawing rooms, and, by some, ar supple to ri
val the baloon' in the splendor and richness of
their drapery and other decorations, and with i'
form a suit of ruorr,s that many of the inferior
Monarchs.uf Europe would feel prijiad to possess.
These three parlors were formerly used... for the
reception of company on a stated d$j ( Wednes
day) in every week, when the pa!ae doors ere
thrown wide open for all the citizens o( ihe Re
puhlic who' were disposed to enter.snd pay their
respects to the Chief Jligisirate of ihe nation
But the good old usages and liberal practices t
Jefferson, Jlladiajn, aridV-Vonro arr no I -ngr of
aothoriiy at ihe pnlai-p ; economy npt of the Peo
ple scathbut of the President ,inof thai quar
u t he order ot ihe dav. Ii. nee instead o! ti ?e
old and well appointed ueckly visits and arret
ings, when all the People were at toerty in par
take of the good cheer of the President's Hons?,
there has been so'istituted one cold, stiff, formal.
Hiid ceremono os assembly on the fiist day ot ev
er year Ai this annual levee, not withstand
ntr us pomp and f.ageantry,no expense wbaiev
r is incurred by thn President perjionallv. No
fruits, cake, wine, o.jffe, hard eideij, or other re
frt'Shmentsof any kind are tendered jtobis gaests.
Indeed, il would militate against all ihe rules of
conn etiquette now established at the palace to
pprmti Tofgar eating and drinking on tnis
GRAND GALA DAY. The only entenain-
.oeni there servedop eonsts's in prjofnund bo,
lately promenades formal civdiMe, ardent ex
i ressions of admiration tor the pageant pissing
before your eyes, with ar.xions intqinries aboo
ihe weather all thrsf go d thipg go 'o mk
nu ha' thp fasl'i3rst)lf people ih-re nsemh'ed
call lle the feast of reason and the Jloxjo of su:
Vi.is a.invratte'coure if vies no nvuitlmg con
rbmions 0!i ihe private funds' of the Presi
-lit. and. inlthat resnec't. squires with bs co
.omiral notions to a T. The .Warms Baud,
i.imever. is alavs ordered froni the Navy ttn
-i'.d siatiined in he sj.icioos trorjt ball, from
whpncH ibev swell the noh siloon Id, the patifp
with ' Hail to- me-ehief ' Whll b- K' g
but Chaitie.' and iher hundred a rs. whi'-!i rs
ish w; h deliabt the arrn;rP w,v, rtav
i. I.. ilo r. 1 n1 . rrnth ntfil
vr.t Innnim. Davs f r at! the afi Tiers of ihe V)a-
j . i
;ii.e Bad,' us employment at tne paia-e cops
m i eonflict with ihe peculiar view of ibeVie--idsr.t
in regard lo 'he obvious 'ifTrence be
. xen nblc and pi ivnte economy
Mr.Cbr.uma", a plot., shei nitnded rrpobli
can en hare no l -ve tor the splenCrs of .. r:o
najreh's court. moc' less cat he nrfrnir the sp
tsh mimirry ot royal cremonies .Miplayed wui,
so tr.ocb ostentation a. tbr annoal leve ot the
Prsidf'n,. A pis in rpbbcai beholds not hir-c
in nil those veil: formalities ,vhch fajtly sm!
troiv renrrsents .he bsrdv and a'.Tp'e -hrarte'
J ' r f I ...II
Arr-Kfipan I'eno c. nriUSil uuuiCJiizn
won4 doubtless look w:'b graufi. -non at ir.t
rroropoos pjgeant of f.-rign ambatsadnrs.;wiih
7hrir atiac'oe be Jeckrd io all their & zi g but
grotesque national cmri"eoaiuies Lo'H.y arf
lorrat would take great dehgbt in survevinff
the oriabi array of stars ar,;d fbsnds, jewels -
badgfsof honor, gold bm'ons and epaulets, iba
on those occasions cause the rich saloons of he
. . . i i ,
President's palace to shine wjtn reato..iFo
v.rihuess. Fh-y. too, would no d..bi much
admwp the lono- lir.es of black and gilded coach
es whicn fill ,be wide.carrage-way leading'
from the Ionic portico of ihe paf-e io the nghi
ard left nnge ir-n portals which tace the great
avenue. But, sir. these giloed carrtages, richly
capaiisone' hors. gaudy hammer-ctotl s, fK?
men in ..d and . crimson hverie". all the blaz'
of eqjip'aoe, and all the trappmg-i of royalty,
have no atlraettt-ns for the eyes ol plain, repob
I'hev know full well that all
- f . ,
this finery-was purchased untie .,U"M
tamper maker, aname .ai.wi , 7 - -
Ui who thus rages to oaismne an 'i"-"
Ifrr,a;sv h would monopolize not only the lux
,,ri ,f a olace. boi all -notice, all reKpet. and
ail r..neide.ra. ion would also desire to wear: a
eHttering; coronet and 4 fo lord it ovtr his spe
ties Oorplain, republican Mt;zr.9 aie tto m
trliient to look with approbation at a roal pa--rrTi
ihat i.ffends hem wnb Us glare; aid
'hei pvssess Km mneh ofTbsBpiril of '76 not in
despise the IiiMe arisiocrar, woo. wins ... ,..
t C 1. . aa n n
that the entire universe was n.aur. ior mui.
such as he, 'intake theic pastime in ; aud bo
by bis imperious Jook, inolenily a?ks -
Have poor men sou!? and are 'heir b-.dies then
Of thesne flesh and blood as geuiemeu. , .
At these " annuriSitte l'"?"1
doors oi the Ei R.K,m' ; BI.e Elh?
hKm; 'Green Dra,ng ' Rrn VfifiTjM
Drawing Ruomraie ibrewno.. V. ' ""Tf
'precisely o the aoxous feet of gaily arei;
u .K! men. cent J men, and
lea OoDtemeo, m-u-..,-.- - , r ,ntm tA hfe
an inv . i.
iHte lh h:irh i'SerS t the Jj-vcrr i:i
The Marine Hand haying been assigned
position at ibe eassern end f the ball,
theirfihe instrument tn full ic;.e, st t:.?
ideniTcat moment stnkp r.ne of cur r.
mUe ttat;oriaf airs ; arid furthwiili c c
r..ite-0tfwa in at ihe wide pra tH.r
lt;e paiaceand gh'lp jsiitb Jhe-srao nf ;
pjute tbroogh tba scrims-ball, by -t! .e
screen, into be "rovaf presence1. - 1 1 -re ( t
for a momeni tnyltqald fioreeac.h ar.J
individual is prsened aid :eceiVf d ruth ;
tie shake nf ibe band, and is rreeid mi'i
smile eiernatVwb'cli bUys orer tho s. 't '
loresof Mr. Vtn Bren. save! t en he si
min. hWv coaf iuof Xf f OJ 2T ' c '. ' '.
cauJU and licked Prcitorwid Tecutmth 1
mediaself after ihe inUuducii n cr iM .n ".
bf cunen sets toward lb EaV Ro. ni,' ;
Ibus tins stream tifJiv:iiginedvroa;tn r
linufs to fliw, and flw, and fl iw.-for sb -tt i!
spf-e'of ihee hoots-tbe 4 UktMOCEitic
sid t jjt being ihe only orb .around w Is i.-h r
this pomp, pride, and ptrade if tulve. '!' ! ;:
all these Mser planets turn, as the stn
turaa lothe snnfsnd feel iheii! colors bnii t :
ed when a rav of favor er-ajroyal siiif' f:
op'm them. But, amid ibis goTzooTj p"?ecr ' . '
aoild ask, Mr Chairman, w.".ere are the? ; .
pa'hies thai beat in onison with the honest p
sattonajnf the tenants of -log cabinsf Whit
there in all this glare of rubies aod diamon J ,r r '.
gaudy coort costumes, - thai- can recall to t ,
mind of an observer ibe unequal lot i.f tl:a y .
'daily laborer, whose task is never fully cr', 1
until the son retires behind the: Western ir. v.::
lain? Can a single tboughti far the, irtut!
and mtls and cares of tonest poverty abt Je
moment in an assembly like ibis an as?r;;.'
which the popular climate would cbill to icy
iHlTness? The tales I mm ihe log cabins w. J
rcjme over it like thev chtllmg:tb!asts fno t!
fr zen regions of i he ; poles. here l he gc r ; -.
beams of solar iiflaebce cannoi penetrate.
Daring ihe administration bf John (J. A
ams, I b id frequently' keard thi gentlt'tn ;;i c . -sured
for the introduction of CpMii cerem r l i!
at the palace but, from full inquiry and irw
itgatioo, I am sajisfieds.that thosei charges u r:
founded in eiror.-The very fif tVoyal or C- n-t
ordinance in relation to Uhe,pipr -cererr."i'U
tobe obseived at 4he President' levees wl
I have been able to discover vvaS prochtmfd :-
ring the next year - after General Jarus n l : .
succeeded to the Presidency ; It WS3 in
form of an order issued by the Marshal cf il.e
Districtof Columbia. 1,4 will snd it t ithe CU tk.
table, sir, ani have jt read for the beneli J
admintt-n of all pure, hard banded, Ucfcc;- C, :
mucrats : .-- : v; ', ?- . - .
- Tlu PresidenVs Jh'amng-roon.d-z
to preserve order, and afford 'ieVeif convr r i rss j
id my power lo. the felhw-citizens.of the Prt :
dent of the United States who fcay wish t n i ---it
his drawing-rooms ot levees, I deeio u n ; t
to promulgate, 'he following regulasicn?, Ij lc
observed o- these occasions :y h '
4 Police. officers' will be staitoned at the att:
and front doi'ot tlie ExecotiycManion. to vtc
serve order akdrfprce' Iht follawing reguli
fiowr: ' .1 s 'iS'r:-. !' :.
1 AH carnages will enter by tbecas'ern ar
depart by the western gate. ...'..
2. None (till bp' sulTered to remain in the
yard ; when called FOR, tbeyYwiU enter t!;e
eastern gate, t,nd if, on their arrival at tl-.e front
d.r.their drivers and employers arts not READ i.
t depart, tbey will immediately drive tut f
the rard, jnd remain out "until again '.."called tVr
by the POLICE OFFICERS. V
' 3 No boys will be admitted unless special!'
introduced by their parents : . -
' Msr.i'al of he District If Columbia.
January 21. J 830.' -
This ORDER, I presume, sir, is the gcrra ri
all the Court formalities that now obtain at tl.c
police. Rut these Conrl ceremonies aro i fTcit -site
to the taste and .tee lings cf plain repcMarj
-ibev answer no good' end ; and I trust the ay
is no', far remote when the President of the Uct
ed Slates will discover thai to obtain aui r( :.:n
the rs;fct of I be American People it will
npcessary lo DESERVE it i and especial!
that -rfmernre their resect it will not be necr 5
ir. ro PRACTICE THE AULS AND A
DOPT THE FORMS WHICH PREVAIL
A F THE BRITISH COURT. ,
Let us return, Air. Xhairtnan, to the ' foci a
tn goy,' or rather loevs crimim$ ihe jliC3
Wfrf this rrlme ( gainst the simplicity' of rs?
ouoi.cio m;it.nr) t a. , bc?n" com'mi 1 1 ed 1 1: c
Green and Vellow. Drawtt.g rotrr.s I hive cj
wi.ie a foH, vcl, before rae to cor.sttrao cr.cch
of ti e t m- of th:s comatit'ee in aneraptii n t5
.ipsrrioe tne gorgeous splendor of tbe litdu.
c'lfsins and other drapery ; the dazzling tns;-
nififence of the large gilded mirrors, man tei
risiJ'. chandeliers, cancelabras, H rencn brack
et fi'jlttp, ud mantel ornah.enfs ; tie srncch
a k! beautiful I"in slab .:entreable the rich
and lovtriuiis damask satin-covered rh.itis. bcr
ij -re sof.i's, FrfP' h ctiruloriab'.es. Turkish ot ta
rn m s and I'divans, and brilliant Imperial carr.
and other shimf g garni$hmenta with h xh
iheee sopprb drawirg-rnnms are adorned. It
-may be siifljfcien'i io say thai the lustre am? Ic
oanVeof their interior would no dobt dazz-e, it
! thrv dtd r-oi blindr.lbe eyes of Marom. li -r-,
a id Mirr. sbe celebrated locofnco rulers ol l am-ma-
y Hall The Green and Vellow Bravi::g
rooms have been great lybeaolifi'-d and itr.p'o;
ed iinco the retirement of Gen. Jatkon 1 fir.u
amon"i the voucbtrs of ihe Treasury D' r tt
roent"a bill of C Alexander for materials, fcc.
i for tbo Pres'dent s noose, uora oe
Mrch, 1 837 til ibe ICth riay, l, i '
33; ran of this amoot,J viz $335 64, -' '
4he Green Draw ing room ' '! latter cm. a-
S..ori into mf-w -r .,-!.,' .. .ua th ni del. the harne
offensive to her as a sovereign Jvatc, anu .o, ... -n r - - t t and ttie Im le souled n
. I.. w..,u inninir a i anosnion o tamper maker, andhe tailor , anu me u
with the question ol slavery. And. as we have
heretofire had occasion to remark, this is in truth
uh onlv urocficofy imforant aspect of the An -liSlaverv
ronioivers ; because it is the Onlv
mode in which Co.igress will ever dare, until
we are rine for a dissolution ol tne uoioo, .u
Ai'-d I 1 pariiruuiij
ecaustr viiibin the naxi toor tear.
1 . - t ii. ay . a i .
PL,.i.i, a sUvr teriitorv, twnicn i. ?
ren long aco votd m feller with restricttoos,op
on this veiy subc of slave-y ; will be an.ap
nlicanttor admission into the Union, "as a
never occurred to ihe people of ihe .South that
Mr Van Bafen-Sf pinions on ibe Missouri q-es
(t0n are to ihisrday unrecanted ? And, being
onrecanted, is not h. -iVfrrence inevitable ;tbai
.k nnrhanrred t . If they be unchanged. 18
Lit safe lo trosi him witb the KxcvUie power.
T. .:.,rii.af.M ihar lonoa wm. ,w
1. . .L mu',ad dmiii lid nB J"'
n - i w w . s - .,- - z .KAAMaaaki aaiaw, -auii -wiriii s -r : a .- -w
ha avake ten thoosapa r-i jr . ffi,aeu4a. Frunklin farmer
long, " ,g - . -v; .
tJ. .ii wt i r
Eyrl "! .Kiptic.-0e orr.b.'-lio,.ftillo.,l.l b
: tio.. ti . l. . ,f ; - w . -;y n m . ot,.ii r nriitiiude. and vTltn Us
omt tVf-eje.paioeabV ,P Iib:
-tr-.-, iirpmelT iniorhus.and bfteo -
.rrhi ilit Sonlhto trust him? " y iman
nw tl-e qoesOon ta niro-n.
of the roaosnH
insiaot d time "?
answer. a a rJiriox. ano o
" f .ti .nn.B fnriii more
i s ' - iwrtiit i ..... nur Kill. - . s
-n ri? tne nme" oi nnaro--ua-i; v a" t - ..j n mia i
OlllUottS I sight from neglecting tne - - j
if-and ac W o feet wubin the BiutrJI
... a Farusan. f.nihe, which TouVs
The President, at the ' same
h's slattoa about tour
R 1 110 iWliotical satouh,'' and
out quo A
It - . - T.. - r - a i- V I.tlw Cf.il
. . . - i Aiarfcoai wi
monrrst oilier charges, iccludes, .i-i-' -,hirty
p:e-esof siLVERrjEe-l UO and cr s
item for SG tarrf rgr' 3' .
Rt ir. wio.r ut Kt. ppininq,o hcwrl-
lc that silver, paper and green si U:
iLnroved the G.ren Drawing-room, I wid P;
cPed to read twoother bills for more substantia ,
and not less croameniai improvements.
The United States to P." Valdersnj
. . for President's House,
j D(jn and Cushion . . " c
Received paymem of T L Smith, Sep-
(Voucher N. 37 ).
Fhe President's House Dr."
-- - To A. LVjirober. t
6 French CimforiablH8. made of extra ma-
teriafs and exfra covers S1"
4 boxes, at $2 60 '
'v embraced in 'aisiran No 1.
April 15. tS37v.o May 16, 183S 0 aj r ,
lo iben.oib ceotory. tbe tmrnorNl Alfred s-.
Vi - ... . ... ,.., Mr Van
the spa ; Ventre cr Ihe Kngtish reaim , vv ... .
be -Fi,hHil,nr davtS net content wnna
Iriooi .hill, but ir. separated from it, as be- n jo ,his onr dayiS net woieni
t lootc eolc'nn.
-.i f t.ieh' honrelv and rui.e
F 4 " ... . I. n
t have Turk.ah diTatsauc r--