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DEBATE" IN THE SENATE,
Jc.'30, 1815, on (he Resolutions
llynncgan of Indiana, dcct
our right to the whole of Oregon Terri
rose and said that,
' . - ' BRUNElf! & JAMES, , ; ) :nXTpTffePff
'H- l;-Cd1or4:ProprKto. . r, J , (, , ;'l'iSjiSTT Oen'l. Oani. , r NUMfiEK 30, OF VOLUME II.
- , i , ' it : rr rr : ; n ; n j i ' r r ! i-; r. ) r-r-! ; ' . 1 - "I 1
ie capacity to imme a censure in anv
language suited tp a Senate use mora
damning than hiis resolution? ! Mr. Ill
dotihted it very much. AVhat ! dishbn
drahle a " surrender of the nation's honi
by the Chief Magistrate : " a violation!
-hen he gavcnotlcc of his intention to
ff0to lay thts'yvholc matter upon the,;
ab!c, he had abstained from entering info
itej discussion?, because his motive was'
,Vf$, and still was, to prevent premature.
Hussions ipop ourj foreign hegotiaiions.
rt,d remarks of thd I Senators, however,!
haul imposed upon hi n the 'duty of explain-;' of the Constitution" he had sworn to sup
M,n iu3 w iiuiuiiuurc ai lane, and r no censure I,
prat M mc inuuigjcnce oi incoenatc,
$ilt ho -plede'd himlf that no sj)ccies
cf Novocatiou ihouhi drag him fnfp a dis
tention 6! the Oregon question" fit this
Lnirtions Uhon jihe! niirlons exist itirr lm.
iwecivour. Government and that of Great I Carolina had. with some warmth.
SALISBURY; -Nl G.,:jIXM.'23i
to him, hy his resolution?, that X0 doubt
ed liis ability to stand iirm j that we ques
tioned hisfirmnessinlmaibtainirigthe Cori-
! stitution and the national1 honor, and there-;
tore the Senate had found it expedient to
threaten him with the consequences iThe!
should recede an inch. - And this! inline
Senate of the United States ! This was
a, propositioh of -the Senator tothq Demo
cratic parti, too i to the Ifresident's friends;
tO the President's own nnlitirnl hnncrhntfl !
i-he amendments ohprrd hv .fhft
tor frorri South Qarolina were liable Td
similar objections The onH' diflerencel
j as, me. original resolutions cenwrcrf what;! 1 he incidents of the morning- had shown
tse amendments Liliultnl the I'mvutnt fntil iKa
having done. 1 he benator from South
askingthe Presidents permissjon. So far
a$ eliqootte was j concerned, hej cared no
thing, was-eisubstance which he de
siredi jiBut he Avpuld ask the particular
friend $f the President, as the Senator ap
pearedljto be ori this occasion, how would
he defend him iithe negotiation was still
pending, 'and tire President had published j It is descrilAa by the Philadelphia correfnon-
' T 1 ! I'll T . , ' . i : w " . . r
nis message to ine worm i un ne noi ; cieni oi me
can on congress to aci i uiu ne not re- . r have hi
' i i! i : : . ..... v i
conimena notice 10 uc git-n iu kj. ornjim ,b- exhibit on cMIr. Ffllr' waVnr utnm
for the termination of the joint occupation? , aton !ecidedlv the most wonderful and inireni-
rj the possibility, hay, the Certainty of a war, that jive should occupy, tq a certain ex- ous-creation 'of -t fit day. Frequent attempt
Qj it this course was perserered in. lie did lenr e territory, ami erect siocKauesanu have been made to imitate the human voice ; !
torts ; Jie said that the negotiation was ami neretctore tuey ave been only partially j
at an end, and Viet we were to ask the Pre- i successtul. IMr. t abes geem to have dicov
sident, was it time to act ! The Senator
from Carolina appealed to his friends to
stand byj him in .rejecting these resolu
tions; but he (Mr. H.) called on him, as
maintaining the principles of the Balti
more Gohvention, to stand by the procla-
. 1 i . l. i.
mauon oi nis pariy. in mc same reMJiu- flli -nAlt.lrB a,i .u- ., ,ua
But the war he predict- ! lion Texas and Oregon rose and met, and , derfut difliculiios that had to tc urnnuntcd ii
snouia oe mainraineti. were we umueu lhe attempt to imitate-the organs of sound, and
there ? He asked the Senator not to ad- then in the human vice itselGl Models show.
here to men, but to adhere to the declara- ing the fi)rmatipn of these organs in man were
tions of party, made in solemn convention, also exhibited, and the success of Mr. Paber
II IR IWONDEft. CRRAT NEWS
FOR THE DEMOCRACY. !
A MX Faber has1 recentlvibrouirht to com.
, . i T
pnrativ Wrfei-tion an invention, which, next to
Morse s Xa"netic 'IVleirrnnlL; is the rrreatest
c - c I '
day. It is a machine which talks
ih any variety oftwords and tunes.
PIIICI ' not mean a irrtf With f ntrlrtml . fn- ho Ho
w " . MM " J- H 11(1 y i y t lit' 4 .
pniam. vncti -mwu qursuoKs came up that he hadcrif the President. He (Mr j clared, in all sincerity, ihat although he
h ptopertimcamlordetbem llaywood) was not to be considered bv? ! should regard such a war as perhaps the
UiJiouW Oc rrat y to meet them, he hop- , that Senator as intending to be disrespect-S greatest calamity that cbuld befall theci-
U,V T,v " ' " MUW,,UU vtn.coun-i, iui to mm personally, because he did not vilized world,
rnhte pushing itself in advance
'xrjcutiyc; and to tSh exclusion of tl
idcflk thus snatchiig from him hi;
iwji upon them accordmir v. in M tit once more nreeiselv defi
1 " m ' ' A- . T7- . ' I -j- w-.-w Bw.w.j-Swe
bclearrol 6dnlIcr!protested;agaihst the IJe rtainly did not mean' to .harge thai ofit: that he did not believe there was
feMtor with oflring praise td the Chief, the slightest peril of a war between Ens
i Magistrate but he meant to lassert thatl! land and the United Stales at this time
II1C amendments Which he had nrnnnser :i none, whatever
i . j i . . i i . : - . . . . i 1 i . v...
ri) v?-t cnUl?(lVnr our negotiations vcre laudatory inlike manner as the ori- ed, and it was the inevitable consequence ' should be maintained
oi tnis sort oi proceeding, was a war in
the Senate, a homercontest, a domestic af
fair altogether; a war amonsrst the Pre-
thejSenate, was to be regarded as in any
itH: foreign GoVerriment.s. Uu nrdttsted ; Ciinal ! resolutions were condemnatorv.uJ
?ajnsl Ibis' the mdm strongly when it The Senator wouM himself agree that ill
iasjobvious.to'evry body (and he p-'M respectful enunciation of what was be-
sealed tothe concurrhice of 'Senators tor i Me Ved to be a fairand riecessarv interpre-
i truth) that the end and aim o it all tjition of a motion or resolution ofiered to?
: MxtcincsL Thjs i
Christ makes it the d-tintii.-!.".
his disciple?. None h more !
possessed of it, than ht whonr.'
to consider its various f xccllen
bl the heathens were celebrate I
To possess it, ) to have the i:
also in Christ Jesus. It pre ci.t -produced
bysuddepanjer; it stcl:
and adorns the gospel ; melts i!
wins more upon bin. than all ct:
be meek is to be
er honor than the
peace and satisfact
ings it entails are; innumerable.
rightly consiJeredj would tend to
most amiable .virtue, j
ike Gcjd, anJ c
ion to the soul ; n:
Beautiful Sentiment.- When I !
tombs of the ureal,' everr cmotK
within me ; whenj I read the r
beautiful, every immoderate ties it?
when I meet witl the gi iff of pare:
tombMOne, ray heart melts wit!. (
when I see tombs of parents tlict..
sidr the vanity ol' grieving for tl.c
must soon fullow; whea I see ki
those who deposed thera, when I r
laid side ry sidp, or the holy i. c n '
the wotJJ with ih fir disputes, I r
toiiishment on the! little compel ".ti
and detvfes of m;inkii4; when I i
eral dates of some lhatdicdyet';J
centuries ago, I considcrth it gr.
we shall all be ctnleinporattes,
yet for hi
an hour's sleep for lhe anDrehensibn
ered the great secret , fo his figure has not on.'
Ijfa voice like a human being; but it converses
quite intelligibly. It was exhibited for the firU
time before a public audience to Monday even-
!..L . -. J I . I .1 . a .. . a
ana in oraer io snow ipai :i was not a
cunning deception, two ?f odr niost eminent
scientific citizens jrave their views of its wonder-
A Close WL
n . ii- r . r
-jnev, JIT. Uirn, ,
ti) transfer our foreign negotiatiohs
sident's political friends ; a Senatorial war i his he was Willing to live or die. No
in the Democratic party; of leader against compromise at forty-nine ; the people in
leauer, which would be! more of an octa-1 his country would never consent to such
J, a . i i l'- ! M - ' ji un uviu- ; j ; - ,
I j. i i , ri Y' j - t fv ink uuiiiui, C:J 1 fe"'' uaiuc iiiu.il cm V-Trt;Oli War. IlC HP', ouiicjiuci. ac icivuilu, i .111111; ui
r " ' V JW r,uuu "i"i man I joum inereoy ue uiiposing a violent re- peaieU to democratic senators frank v ot his resolutions, tnat.it wouiu, oe uishon-
"t 1 " v 1 yj u-, .1 4i-iiiu- ; Kinuiiuii utjon iiju jiti-uuiu oi ueoaie. -i; anct m the la
A.n r n 1 a .v. 1 . ai. - . 1 :i .1 ..tit. ii 1 l - - . . . .a
4i"! r '.n11 iH; iisoiic;:)uui(!:, wr, uffiiioun nomuftq nis assent. j ; lie! to stop this thing. And in view of the
"W'limocrat. The De- itjut still maintain the truth of the propo-I; considerations already feebly ur-ed Upon
4JM"V , ! . :-T'' . 1,0 ,c certain, and stiipn, tnat the amendments v ere resolu-l. their patriotism, he did not abate one iota
lijtjpns to praise that yhich the original of his demands upon Sepators of all par
r isolations censured. That which the ori-jj ties for their hearty co-operation in secur
gltial Resolutions drclared to be dishonor-! ! ing to the President the! benefit of an ar-
face of our political opponents, r orable and cowardly to surrender
at-. . . ' a i I Li.. Afl II
hisdpposca thspcoln every where, knew
aul had always understood that for eve
jr gbod cause they had lodged the
4 cKrryingr on their business with 1
cpumrics' in the hands of their rejn csctit
t rM yiz.ithe PrcsuUnl. Avith the Sena
)!e ahd unconstitutional. the amendments!
declared to be honorable and constitution-?
a. I he Senator himself had shown that;
tHeoriginal resolujions were a censure bvl
linpncayon, and the consequence was in
jxmistice. Let the President have two
ll moons to settle our affairs with foreign
Governments before the rein is madly
snatched from his hands. Congress had
been in session less than a month, and
commenced, excepting when he paid the
evitable that the amendments were, to ibeli half nf the time irt hno n lnKwlo,,-. 0,i ' formal visit to his familv customary a-
J same extent, laudatory by like implication,!! it was surely expecting very little of his' mong Senatorsjipon their first arrival. It
vernier me one ncr tne otter looKeU hejncnas to allow him one month of even was auc-ipine cyenaiorirominatana, now
ypnd this declaration nC oninions bv thefi two months more, and dur united snnnort' ; ever, that he should admit that he (Mr.
1 1 ;. n. i . . 1.-1' l. ; ... . . , If
ill Umc and
nif. 11. saif he hid o:!jct objections to
"tin lorm Of nrocredlllir.l lie. bail' tnte,l
Thea hrt uh tjjat he did not like the. ori-
caiise they wouul he
Pfe.sident ; nor the a-
fnicnt allhoiigh thry lauded the- Pre-
suilciiti ; lhe
esc til a-
X his advisers. .; Heithousht North Caro-
Ijni was AVell satisljd with that arrange
rtfnlof the Constitution, and he knew
ttieyjoaght to be so, and he felt icalled
imori to resjst this movement as an iit
tlmik at the prnctichl subversion of the
nstimiion.;, lhe people had no desire Senate, ljpth stopped shot of any prnc-l' to' conclude a dispute of nearly half a cen
lyiuw .ii.M ives ii.io me rresident s tinl legislation, f I tury with Great Britain, in which the
ppccr.nor .tor.sce is snatch trom him his ; II he original resolutions, as ell as the! whole country was so deeply interested,
rnsibility and hjs trusts lor any such 1 amendments, took into the ScnateVhandsj' If he did not command our confidence, r
.rursrs or Jor' any .purpose, pio good i prematurely the subject of our nsgotTaJ if for any other reason the Senate were
cfuia come ot ! it b t.h country t mm f i'brts, belore the Executive had done tcHo-o zealous to iwait a little! while upon
rri" V V' ""leu, !(; netore me senate had inquired ot him,! himvhy not. at any rate, let the door be
auroati, in the Senate ami i ori otherwise 'knewi whether ho. had doneH closedNunon.oni imnniint rnnnnc ..,!
j witn ir ; and neior th(Mcnate hadadvisj address aespeCtful inquiry to him whe
: edj him to terminate his negotiations, and 1 fcber be bad rttiy abandoned negotiations
tuhl it over to our ilegislation. Whether Or, if he had nor,and the Seiiate choose
-Tjtvea urM un, ijat hp d,i mt like the on- iha.twere to be done by resolutions of cen-ii tP' do it. advise Ihimto stop all further ne
r,:.ai ry!5Uiuiujiis, necau.se tliev wotitd he sure or o nraise. made, no sort of dUFer-
eicc: it would be tin unauthorized intru-
sipn. on our part: a premature action oft
annrrtOl'lM t ! Ilflll (K-il '.nil 4h. Ssnnt i-ft in liii.' inr fa,
'fclilOtionai (lutie.f of tin itState were ; inidicnined. iineonKfitntionatnd be bon-
tb l.'tislale bv Practical mandatorvf .laws I edi that Spnnfnrs fittr t n vthn nf tUr nnn-
aipait bf Congress, dr. in -Kxeicutive trv and tire Senate! would on all sides nnr
ssi6fi;.4Qdvjiio when asked to do pt, and ! a if op to it at once. Although he did not
en unci! advice was hot asked in necu- Jed into anv examination of our neffotia-
I ' '. -1 . I . 1 . i 1 ; . .... I , 0
ar Cast s. hUt IKU b.re v to dee are Innin- E lions with firnnf llrihiin hnt n betn .iwd 1
vhich 'might rcllect. honor or censure I from it at this timpJnn nnr nose, be did not Ii to the Senate all the corrksvondr.nce An I his
I - .i.i .. . i . . . . ii : r, -- ; i i -w S , . . . . ! 4 7 i . :
fpoujc t'resldf nt i tut agitate the people I doubt that this maimer of bringing Ore-)
l'th naitbnj Ho:i jjhe Senators hiitl ta- f goti intojthe Senate would embarrass those j.
irniTfnn!inii ia n.r.r..in,.... ... i. : i. i. .. i. . - . t t . r . i
. iv niu. ui.uiiH.r ui wuicu ne i; negotiations ; ana rne puopnon oi me res-
iat eeir obliged to. bharacterize their re- f olutionsi or of the ainendments, would put
oluijoty.- TheiSenor from Indiana de-J our country, as well as lhe President and
- pi Ihat his'; resolutions were a censure and Senate,in?falsie position. If he might !
kftlUtU-..: I i "t! ... C TT .1 t .til ! a M in' a .. ' a-. . '
( 'w.pucni. ipw, iur. ii. tnpught i neJ excused such a Ugure in the Senate,
tie pronosit loti Was. as plain as the way j he would say he wps willing to take hold
F the l residents mansion. He had to-ofiOregon whenever it came info the Se-fi
QtntQ do';ith the (.Senator's intentions, nate head foremost, hat not to diag .it- in
IJ.Vith"iis.H'sbiutions,,and they did con-j tail farcjnost ; and when it was legitimate
ainik censure.:! ThejSenate was balled ! lyjtfierei, he would Only inquire what it bc
;potj tp declare -by itliem, in substance, if ! canh the U. States fo do, regardless of the
iol lit Vords; that ativ offer to erimnro-T faVor and fearless of the eomnlaints of
other nations. The President had this
subject in his charge, under the Constitu
tiolnl and if any believed her was not the
best qualified,5 Pr not so well qualified as
In reply to Mr. Hannegan's allusion to
him as the peculiar friend of t he President,
Mr. HAYWOOD made some further re
marks, the substance of which was that it
was due to the President'to state that he
had held no conference with him; that
his motion and his remarks were sugges
ted altogether by the evepts of the morn
ing ; and, in truths he had seen the Presi
dent only once since the present Congress
Hay wood) was a " peculiar friend of the u.hh
President ; that he was the President s rAmm,in;Llo '
then pointed out. One of these gentlemen an-
J .1 a a t I" aL 1 a ' I
nounceu mat 11 was oy iar inn moi remarka
ble creation cf which, we had any record. It
pronounced the names of alt the States and
Territories, and hurraed for Oregon and Tex
as" with a will. It sung several Kpu!ar airs,
accompanied by the organ and piano ; and in
doing all this the modulations of the voice were
admirably preserved. Mr. Faber has devoted t
lhe best part of a long hie to uij ngurp. 1 hoj
he may be wolf rewarded for his labor."
It strikes us at once, that this "machine has
all the qualifications for a Democratic politician.
It talks without thinking, and oleys instructions
without the sjightegt remonstrance. What a
member of Congress it would make ! With a
Democratic majority of such j representatives,
the veteran organist pf the Union might wind
them each op to the point of JJunkumizing his
opinions to suit all latitudes, ahd the adminis
tration would have np difficulty with malcon
tent?. We fancy we can seei the old gentle-
man in one of the secrct apartments of the capi-
ranges of keys before him, which
Ranner, gives very quic thrusts
Here is one that lells :
44 a Mason or an Odd I ellow
render assistance to his brother I a
part. of tb woi d wfcy is it i.
Christians? Ru Jet a1 ChrUtt k.
State to New Or eans,and lc i '
needy, and make himself known t
es as a Christian, and ivho wv.l !
aid on thai accou it !
The elegant H Spoons," of tl
cury, having been reqtiested by a !
in her .lbum, he sat dawn and pet;
following t ' !
Fair laJy.pn ihis'ppnile j zzn.
Allow tiy thourht! to jm-a i
Thrirwrlvep like tiap!if as! .' r
A elice if rjc anJ injun Uro;.J.
Your ropvrharms wiil soon .Vrr.v
Those blaflsfi.I jm s diat dii'.i!.. . i
By time will soonl Lorn vy
So, Go a Lauy vkile y-ju're
The Charleston Mercury cone!
friend, and Presidents and other ..politicians-between
the Capes which bounded
this District, he had found out; had few,
very tew, sincere friends.
To which Mr.' IIANNEGAN rejoined :
Would Jo Ood he had an honest friend,
who would talk honestly to him.
The resolutions were then ordered to
lie ori the table, asnlready stated.
gotiations, and to inlbrmthe Senate of all
! that, has been done by him 1 The Senate
would still have time to act, apd the in
formation thus to be derived from the Ex
ecutive would laid their counsels, brit
might even mojJily some of theiropinions.
At all events, the President's friends ought
not to do less than that before their judg
ment was pronounced in the premises. '
l ne j resident had not communicated
communicate with these obedient members.
For fear of mistake, in the hurry of debate, a
brief outline of principles is attached in large1
charactersvreach range. Thus over the keys j
appropriated to the repreeiTtaThes from the Old (
Ilnnker sections, is placarded 44 Glorious old
Tammany Sage of Lindebwold Empire
State Victors-Spoils, &c." jOvcr the Penn-
sylvania raige, 44 Ivanc Letter- protect all the j
interests iron will come in Buchanan excel-
lent judge Damn Nick Birldlic three groans'
for U. ;ST Bank Hurra lor Shunk." The
(treat West will have "Ol(J Hero oung
HickVry-. Texas and Oregon .Area of freedom
DrilisJ, Whins o balance of power Irc-
On the Soulh-
on the Oregon question with this f .
44 Look back at our progress at (
44 ful advance our tncrcase l tern;
4 out conqocst four augmenting ;
44 wealth, and potver, apd tell us v. ' '.
"true patiiotisTTi, kbat xhich has tec;
"these grand triierphs nf peace, or t:
44 would have led us, on ei;ery priry j
"waste our energies in tghtin: t
a. . ! i f
" husliandmcn iiitio sold tcrs. our r.v rc .
44 into men-of.wak and our rnon v
WHAT THE LADIES HAVE DONE.
In a certain County of Ohio, the! last remain
ing Distillery has been stopped ai?d converted
into a Temperance Hall by the ladies. The)', 1 land seasi and ports of entry. On lhe ,
after many remonstrances, appointed a com- em keys we will be, 44 '9S and "09 F
mittee of .six to wail upon the. Distiller, and
request him to desist. He refused but it
happened that the husband of a lad)' in the
The Jeics. The Kerr. Dr. V 1
travelling in Eunjpe, stktes that v.!, i
. . . .1 .1 a t .
in 1 ranktiirt, nc meiropous c i .. .
was inf-rcied that a gxeat meclii'.;:
from all parts of Europe; had roecr'Jv !
there, in which they voted that there i
obligatory in the use of jho Hebrew
worship, and accotrdingly that u y.
neighborhood, who i Was a strong, athletic wo
was in the habit of visiting the Distillery,
and remaining often, davs at a timc. in a most
" '4 . a a a
stato of intoxication. His wife had come vp to the mark she has movie Jor vs.
1. .:!! 1... ! t Tt trhmnn'l rirr.r:
Whi2s .Jeflerson and Geo, . Mason Free ; tain it, only in part, astf 'badge cl th
. . - . . . a. a, . I ATrm . t. 1 1 II C "
trade Clay an .Abolitionist -pi exas, L-alilor-nla
and Cuba Not much about Oregon."
Over the whole : 44 Touch rcrif lightly on the
Sub. Treasury- Hurra for Polk and the hard
irorkina Cabinet and dare Great Britain to
sUbiect of Oregon, as had been stated in
the debate. He had noi professed Uo do frequently remonstrated with the Distiller, but j
so ; not at all. If the Senator from Indi- I ! n, purpose he would sell. One day, her !
ana would read me message arain. o .. . .
w end tvAni in mini i im n m i iicinipr 111 npr .
that he was not there, but she persisted in the
declaration that he, was. The brute of a man .
attempted to put her out, when she turned upon
him andithrew hint into a mud-hole, some two
feet deep, and his clerk coming to his assistance
she treated him ins the same way. She then
2 t. .1 . . J
pse, arc. would be a 1 overture to do that
'bicn was contrarv tto the Const itut inn '
djlibhOfiaOablW to the nation'. The Pr-
Mrtij had iriforinetl lis in his message that
e bad idone: that very thing. He had of-
PtrCtl lrt emr.t-.rr.hr.icri I Tl.n dmnlocf i U
JMIpgicjusti'field a. conclusion from
' tllfh a.'! i ' all ' a al:.L- T-, "I "I a
T.V wiijuiies M-ai 1 pc rresuient had done
II al a.1 11 t . .1
wouiu see mat tne rresiuent therein in
formed the Senate that in October, 1643,
the American Minister to London was au-thorized-to
offer a compromise, &c, He did
not communicate all or any of the corres
pondence with that Minister or his successor-
He had not said nor intimated
Horrid!--On Fiiday night Ia'st while a ne
grq belonging to Mr. Franklin Connally was
descending a hill in the rear of the Baptist
Church, in this place, with a vagon drawn by
six harses, he accidentally missed the road and
was thrown into a deep gulley, he saddle horse
falling on the top of him and the off-hand horse
full weight on the saddle nag-; The boy was
instantly killed, of course, and no person being
alitv and a bond of union. Also.o:. f .'
ion, that the Messitih h already ced
ent toleration and comfort they rnj-.v!.
is meant by the promised ?.!e?3ii!i.
now there is r.r.thing to forbid thcr h c :
ing with the nations ambr.g whom tl
' ' 4
had made ah offer and vithdrawn it here:
I whether it was - the same, or only 44simi-;
j lar" to the one which the American Min
f ister had authority to offer, who knows ?
thH. were to manage its negotiation, still He reaffirmed our title to all of Oregon,
was the President, and had the consh-1. to be sure ; but as lor that he had again
tulional right and power to doit, until he! and again asserted Pur title to all of Ore-
l.-J.l T'l : : 1 i' rmn.n m.nr-if to rf r C lilc onrrncnnnlunna
found her husband in tho Distillery, beinr in
that these instructions had been revoked 1 a dying jstate. She lifted him up, supported along to give the alarm, the boy and horses
by our Government. He had said noth-t his feeble frame tcTher home, told the Distiller must have perjshed together, but for the vain
Jnrr nnn tUnt nn.nt pltlioi- n-av Trti hoi that she Iwould oive him three davs4o close up efforts of lhe horses to extricate themselves ai-
lllw . iltyii limb lVMUlvitul null A I UVi Ul o J . .
a . , "T 1 ' 1 1 1 11 .? A -.I 1L . .i ..ma. 1 rval rftntl
nis ousiness, ana 11 ne uki noi, sne wouiu urui iracmi'' mv aucwumi ui smiisiiwn
a re-inforcement ofladics and tear it down.
the second clay he sent her word he had closed
up, and the Distillery was taken possession of,
and opened for-a Temperance Meeting!
Canft the Jadies do something in this cause ?
S. C. T. Advocate.
A Youn? 1 arlu llorrillu ileal irtl. A
" a1 j , a' '
Lttr of Lucius haUr, of alatie, C!::::.'
1 ty. New York, wlile attending .he r f
! millrgot entangled by the hair cf l.ei
J the machinery, The entire fc.ilj) w;:-!
, her head, as low as the left eyebrow,
j with her real p, came off her henJ in
! piece. The scalp is now in the Al!
! cal college. Dr. Marsh has but f.ui.X
1 her recovery. -A .imilair accident I.1; ;
a mill in the village a few years ag".
From the North Carolinian we I
m . m aM r . . 1 ' w
attention ot someiperson not tar i since tne nrc in raycueviue in June
On distant, and who gave the alarm. A crowed have been putupio that town thir!e( n
act hi! violation of our honor, and had ohations would entirely disarm him : the! with the British Minister, and in the very
fflcrpd tp consummate an act which was amcindmehts wpuld "weaken our position,! act of proposing a comriromise he did all
aii. tiiri Y.a.wi, Tvr. ......
.. ,i,v, vu3nii4iuu. . i..it:u uiuM nave
formcdingirlar notions about what was
well as his. For whether so designed S that. 1 He (Mr. H.) did not know any more
not, still, in the eyes of Great Britain,!! about the state of our relations and nego-
soon assembled!, cut the horses. hose
harness, and succeeded in getting them erect.
The poor boy was found buried beneath them
with his face to the ground, aod terribly mash
ed. It was but tbc day before that that unfor
tunate fellow was seen passing our office ri
ding on a coffin to receive the remains of a fel
low servant. In the midst of life we are in
death. Milton Chronicle.
ft ntii npra! censured who asserted that thH would appearito be a Senatorial of-j! tiations witlvGreat Britain than other o
tthaiaaa 4.a- 1', . a . . I a -- ' ' a, V 1 aaf . . i 1 A - -
s tor a compro-i nator$, out tnese lacis wer
be deemed worth
we wairio; e tIVIir?1 ill itlic Tl ific n i fill' tC ik.-. 1 ! r. f Ad .IdiTPnoc fnr onmnrA. nntnr. Vint these facts Were before thena-
i 1 - - - .f nil iJtt - 1L l iLil Cat r iui a Kill. I I I 1 1 . I , tw ill I 1 1 mm, Tw ill ill J s. iw vi ' ---- - .
jjfntjiiatiqtvlaf what had passed, in t
M jf a threat i f it "Should be done aga
the miso, after that offer had just been refuscdj tion, and they
I 1.1 X. a . a " I 1 . I ! . I, L CJ 1 1,1
irmn n t.i 1 mo 'rcculonl iiilrmul thn n'lllfltl lit. i rafiFiSalfl 1 . 1.-11 If III DKIUIK lilt' LltMlilir; M1UUIU as
I . . .. ,.VMIU wv UV unllli ' lallU. HIV & II lib IIHUI 11IVU III-. II l I V H v.waavaa-- .
4 IKKI I... . .4 I" ! a r . . ! a- ' a . a . a m
i ;Tiuas u'v.eact character ot the on- had torthwith withdrawn it. An otter I
af resolutions, and t lie candor of the mjtde with that sort of hastv zeal, or the
,"M...ipr irom inuiana wou u eomi,ifl him arine.aranee ot it. imnrht eveite evneefa-
1 itiU that, the very end and design he tidus abroad fatal to the final settlement
B ChKdIy vjew was to notify, to forp- ! "oft the controversy.
VQihp President of what he fnighi'reck'-.
on upon; if ho bhouldj accept from lhe Brit-
government his pwn oilers to tlmt Go
Terttn)ent for a. comp(roini:e ; for the rds
tiofissay tolhim,';" Wo distrust! you;
bt tare what you do' ; i 1
. Mr HANNEGAJj sait that wasexact
7 his object. : fin a, note published in the
tn'0o,w Mr. llahnegan states that this
given only tp the assertion that
Wfesidcht'"! should bp careful how he
Proccrdcd 5h future .ri: j ' i!
HNIlAYSVOOq iald lie knew he could
JN mistaken. The language was too
aiQ 0 mistake1, andithc motive top obvi-
-tTi 'capc detection. And was that
Jncepspre pf the President VrS Was
t,,:1. insulting reference to what the'
siknV had done ?i There was nb lan
Si-)y!wliic a Senator of the United
could mor6 dttectly and tinef pivp
Jf nsure" the Resident, unlesji they
jwu descend- to borrow terms fr the
Wf from the Vocabulary ! pf ilack-
- ' '". or any other senator, had
But (Mr., II. said) thje Senator from In
diana had maintained1 that 44 negotiation
had ended." and With an air of triumph
hp had j read quotations from the Presi
dent's Message. All this might be so, and
what then ? If the-President had already
taken gj-ound, as the Senator supposed,
for all of Oregon or none if he had al
rejady committed Himself, and the nation
toj that position, then what more did the
Seiatorj want ? For what purpose should
it jbe reasserted evpry day ' Did not the
Senator. apprehend that these oft-repeated
andjvipjent assertions of our rights and
high resolves might bring our courage or
oursincerity intoquestion before the worldfj
Did he not see that Great Britain would,
be mislpd by it to suppose that we were,
actually alarmed, and disposed to play a
game of brag for Oregon, and that we
talked to Ikeep up bur 1 national courage ?
If the PresidenCs'Message-was correctly
inferpreted by the Seriator, then had the
Chijfi Magistrate c one precisely what the,
SenatoV wished : and yet he, a friend of
the President, desired-theSenatej to say
sume as a point settled a ' fixed fact"
with the Senator from Indiana, that 44 ne
gotiations had ended." He certainly might
By referring to the 1st chapter of the Gospel
of St. Luke we shall find, that the; Lord sent
an Angel unto Zacharias, the father of John
i the BrnsT, saying, that his son should "be i Animal Magnetism. For the last ten or
; great ih 'the sight of the Lord and shall be filled twelve days the citizens of Edehton and vicini-
; with the! Holy Ghost." ty have been occasionally entertained by the
I Andifpr what was John sent ? Was he not experiments of Mr. Mills with this wonderful
to prepa'fe the way for succeeding generations and mysterious;agent.i In many of his experi-
1 to walk fn, and did' not (iod set the seal of his ments, he hasjbeen thought to succeed very
t m : 1 . 1 . . I tl i . 1 "I a,l ' af
approbation upon total ansunence wnen ne well, especially in exninuing uie power oi mag-
5ent an s.n;el to Aacharias, telling him mat ism on the physical trame. in phrcno-magnet.
brick buildings, arid that seven more
ly completed. Contracts have a!i-o b
for further extensive operations in ti.e !
! .1 I .i" !
line in me sprmgj
The Favcttcvill Obsencr states t
contemplation to erect several luqct,:;
lories at that placel: Mr-T. S. Luti :
has already made prrarjemenis jo j
operation, advertises tor-XU.UUU tarn
Dean Swift saVs a kwoman man
says a k
stockings, but not ter hfovv
. . . - :1
not her hp ; thread
her needle, but n
& ., . . 4 ' . ' ' ' i A (r his should drink neither wine nor strong drink, nel ism he has also made some satisfactory cxhi
well insist upon them as; abundantly suffi- and that;h(. shouldJprcparc t!)C wat beil;rc the bilious, but in this branch of the science his
cient to excuse an inquiry of the resi- Lord ? :.;,f God( wanled ft man to ,je so. sucqftss has been mnre iirnUed. As we do not
ber to prepare the j way, how much more does profess to be sufficiently acquainted with the '
he want! his. people tobo sober, that they may subject to treat it philosophically, we abstain "".iT,?.
walk in l4 that narrow wayrf' "Let us who fr0m making observations to the credit, or to j ow cfn
Slander The fditoof the Pitt,!
rican says ne Knew a oun- ian,
. ..liar t
am an hniiri ' When RCt was III 1 W
dent, when taken in connexion with the,
lapse of time since the date of the last cor-.
responueuci. &eui iu iun wcuaic. anu : wa k inf'that narrow wav
possible resumption ol negotiation oy him are jn the day be sober. Tfi. Adro
thirty years ago, arm wo could dii
hut weak tea. who is iw as 1121V
- i i i
with the British Minister, before the Pre
sident's own friends voted to displace him
from his appropriate duties to censure
him by irnplication, or to threaten him by
anticipation. f !l
Some interlocutory remarks were made
between Mr. Hannegan and Mr. Ilay
woodwhich the Reporter did not hear so
as to render them with certainty : alUit
which . i. ; j
Mr. HANNEGAN said that the Presi
dent had given the information in his mes
sage as plainiv as A, B, O.
was the necessity of asking him
we should move or not. He whoicould
not understand the plainflanguage of the
President, that the negotiation was at an
end, must have a singular obliquity of
mentarvisionJ He (Mr. H.J had then pn
ly to pursue his own course.
he should see
GREAT SNOW FOR VISCONISN.
On Vednesday qight and Thursday morning
of last Week, the 24th and 23th Dec. inst., snow
felt to thfe depth of 19 or 20 inches in Racine
anti ils;iJeighboihod ; which is, we believe,
the greatest fall of snow, within the same space
of time, that is recollected by our 44 oldest inliabi-
the prejudice of the operator. He has crtainly
given great attention to it, and possesses the
faculty of eliciting many curious and interest
ing phenomena in his art. Hej Was not o for-
tunate as to brimr out a Clairvoyant, a charac
nd drinks hUkey.
alk sd l-
I t i
Ode Comfort. A ladylx'ing a j
a man who wak small Li'statur?, 'w
he was a very bad Otf 11'. fl'" '
;r u ia ,ari thel-e i one com!, it
.... - -..vv... , . ,
ter which we were all extremely .villous to see. i,J
Iri this part of the science, it s. said, he has ; . -Inkori was held in T
succeeded elsewhere ; and, perqaps under more
favorable circumstances he might have succeed,
ed her?. He leaves us, we understand, in a
,veffi no! mHun Si i . r .wo fid.be South, inng .o
a snon lime, in iue iuusw ui imi.e. jucn
tort Sentinel. i ! !
of sriowjat that plaqe, only 23 miles norA of us.
Sonte 15 miles south ot u$, there was compara-
And Where t! veV hi 1 l,u!e ; and wo f arn hat ,west of x I tu v
tuh river, (23 to 25 miles weft us) the snow .s The N
im wnetner i a,o . The aviest of the storm seems ; torn amo,
Norfolk' Herald notices a singular cos-
amon; the negro draymen of that ity, nho,
to have spent itself upon Racine ai.djits vicinity, by convention, have established as & law among
WiNTEii is now presented to us m full costume. themselves that anydrayman. who; shall work
1 i j P 1 Racine Advocate. - for less than the Utes established by ordinance
i .1' r ' I . I shall be whiDnedif Two were detected Friday
in this underworking, and were duly flogged in
a retired parti of the city. They evinced a
" law-abiding! resignation, and took; the lash
without resistance;! 1 ; !
MoveWnts are bri foot for the (purpose of
If hereafter ' civilizing the Western Indians. They are civ.
proper to pursue an par-i ilized-tfhey drink Whiskey, steal, and use to
he' would move withot ! bacco, J; JKx4. : m.
Tr.i In election was held in
the 15th ultimo for Governor and i:.
the Legislature. 'JThe ireturns inoca;
P. Henderson is
1 i i
Bear IIun!ing.- letter from (
countv, states that therti had been
sport in that neighWhood aloiit;t!.e i
4 It appears that the! grea.t fires in tr
Swamp last tail.lbajVing Pek-oye-I t:.
had dr'nen great numbers of bears t '
lenance on-ii oururis y anu a i..
free vrilh the pig, A:c. rfi the Urr.yr-,
turned out in pursuit ir,thcm.nnd i i :
of a few day they killfd no less t!
full groiru hears, be-jidel takiug on r '
was treed by tbe dogs. uairrn j . ,
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