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   Mt Vernon Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - December 3, 1852, Mt Vernon, Illinois                                S. BOG AN, Yiiimm 2. THi; JRFFERSONM A N: KiCi.urliD VA'tiKY FRIDAY MOUNINO. UY J. S. BOOAN. She orvicr    T.n r, m. kidcivvv.vy s STOnt, If not nni?! witbin Uvrlvc iri.-n'i-'v or Nvitluii llir'c itr.M.Mm       w 2 00 t 00 I.lit 1\vt'v inf):U). Tlils wnsJlic cliiise tle-li ^n.     \v,l! .'is in' u nui(�n wili a wr.vricr of Iicr n<,vn tribe. Ulliicil to;W:\V"i nrc paid, tni-i pt �t t.^e option of ttf i^],,,,.,,. r,,..), TUriMS OF AnVKIvTISIN'-?: ^',v<* iniertton, nPr tu't-lvf l.iicp - $3      pUU'ie of AM iibH<')'!''nt iM-M-tloni       .       - St. I'ienc. iu ni:vi tiltu-    <,r lor llie ^(lke wi houl reirard lo consHpientcs.   Eioilc To yearly advertiser!), ; col'itnu        - I , ,     . ,,     , .,      m  i i    i     r  i       �  , � i     "  20 CO of Irtvtiy, c.iIU'd Icr L oilc.   ,Th�'y at wao informed I y htr lail.er '.hat the pori- ?co^.M card, Ave lin�� or I.js, per cp.v.M.: ,h, y v.a!ked ; M of_ her marnnRc with^x wnrrior of the \ j,, ,,^^,^^^,1 .oclusion, a venerable priest he had re-nnd depravity .....- f��**v "^.....-....." French, and ^i-VP^ym-nli"*        �^   � 'gin of that ftreurn, whove living wal. r.,'not been witnessed in tluir petieratlon.- l,^. (I^^ respect neatly an(i oxpciiilioualy j-ven at ilmt ear'v d.y, lore upon ihtir She betrayed no eintitiun. seemed (o ac( ii!-' ' exc'culoil at tins Oiltcp. |, ,     .,     '     . ,  ,         � �  i      r i     r  i     i  /. l)osom the silver btrains of melody, and rsce m the wishes of her father, bi.t vie-, ^.^t^j j^j^ prayer and contempla- which now. in the holy cn'm of snmmtr ti'nr.it;i-d to avoid at tir.y hazard a fate to Jfo'd,; hospilaHiy of this holy man l-Siib.strilicrs who do not i�ive express I sunsei, or beneath llie piiiierii    serinifv hi-r more uwfnMhun draih. 1,1.^. ^ngrcUna rc-olved to'commit ihcm- noti.-o to l!.c contrary, arc ooiiM^^^^^^^ p,.   -------  f.,,ret.t(.,     *cht z w^a fixet!, iind tliut the voiiiiijaiul      ,i,,4tf,'!r�i.. r N^M^3ofAdn,uu..,;a.;cn      - 1 50, J ^j,^,^ . beau:v' b,.ve olMbe nation v,-rre to .i.^.dize-he ' j^JX^^^^ r.m'^al ntlvt.rti3rn)ei.t', cAMi in advaticf. I .     ,      ,     . h     '-^ '    I,re,! from llie irreligion nn( .        .Vo ccHlfioat.. or publicuUon b-iveu, until ''ro'ind them; together, li.ry trol ti.e mar- rcja.Mon by a hnntjnq; piir;y, .stub     Jnur ^^^^mM the J � -�vrn"'nlism(nlf.,^ 'gin of that ftreum, whose living wali r^,' not been witnessed in tliiir generation.- iindisfi Ihel bv the Indians wl .Tan and B;.o,:WonK neatly and oxpcciitiou^ that ear'y d,y. Wu upon their        i'^rayed no einotiun. seemed to acni:. j,-,^ The Lrw of Newtpipors. V, y,K-e .0 ,:.c contrary, mo t.un.-uv.cu ^ . ^ j^^.,,^,^^ ^ ^^^.^ uns,trpa^sed in' Pv the promise of a Rreat reward, 'he .rr,f?>r,� r hervioc. bhe ins'rucled him to pro- \^,_.l,pi,i ^^.j, ll,pjr determination to ay ci-.iitimu' to send them until a I arrear- ' and resplendent, worlds wlietlin>? in ilieir cecd by ni^ht to the Fre c'l encampment,       ^(^ijonr^i      j^aH      Franco    It yelvesj-iTrbrder to solicit his services in after seek .......     . ... _.......In the q If  -.1 n..,Wl or rnrn.P to I"' '^''"'''''�''y=U'I>'oacb ll.c chain of ^cnti- ,,^,p intentions, they en- tnl' L::'::::^;:;^^! V^::^ \: I "-PP-;.chable ma,ninee, ee ;.....1 t.,elh- nel. and to sen�t-Offico ^)f^iqn!,:^' of the "cglccto^ pcrs thepubUslwir for t a blftssing''pronounced, and npain* they :j.and swt, nt.is ofiild ofthe ^umipv'rs had unfolded ihe 'picked up in the morning by ont soti|ut the depths of the forest. Tlie moon i pri'sentntivo ... ^ Cover' nr of Mrsspchusetis, and Minister lo Eegland-in each of. which sphcrrs of f'u y he has disebarijed his fun6lions vvith unsurpassed ability, and with a purity and patriotism beyond repror'ch. He had the enviihle lumor of being recommended by Daniel .Webster for the position next in rank and assimilation of duly to that which matchless endurance in the chase.   His kei-''now called to fill, smd of hi'.virglcen ,1. .    ,  ,    . , *   endorsed for tint position by Henry Cl."y. saencity upon tins occasion had not bccn.tr- i-. ,1      1 ' v /  !c' a d y after day until all exc.lunent ceased ^ j,^,,,,,,.^     p^,,,, ,,^^^,^,^,1,      ^^^^^ .y.....--------                                      �              '"'^"'^"^                        T"^'- intricate wtiods and defiles.   On rcachine Nalchrz, and every circumstance unequiv- Pierre it presented no mystery , at,d he si .j^eam, the fiiciiives would plunge 'nta ocal'.y proved that opportuniy alone was IcnOy and joyfully prepared to obey the the water and follow Us meanJorings a i wanting to brieg down'.vlribu ive ven- summons. The eventful moment at luig:h ,,,^,rt distance, thr.t their trace might be Vcance on ibe aggressor^ Intercourse had . r.-ived.   E-ile appeared calm and eve.. fromfheir pursuers.   In the practice ..^^       e'>U,urydocrea.sed,mIsfust look possess- happy.   Am yed in the plct,r.^q.le c.-.s- of these .nnd similar strat.ngems, they pass- mn.v ihemimlsol- ih^Fre.u-h, atid they tume oilu-r nation, heiuhtencd in eil't ct by ^d the nijll.   On the ensuin-mornlnR the I'xnmcr ,i rppe;,r.iv.ei5 |t lea^t llie discip- I er own e.^.jiiisi e las'e. .she never looked .j^.^.^ ^^^^     ,pij,, iuc of a m:Ut.,ty post.     Porrie !.a 1 �it- nuire I.e..)!. ii 11! ov seemed m ro ir-ntjUil - ' sounded wjlh the gush c �filing morning tl nil), ihe forest re-of music, hope held .. -------1 liiese viilicMtioiiii wi.li rcKre!, an.: Sr. pi.was thus (!i>arine.l. arid she was ;i^^y,!, ..r.-^pects for the future, and over those vast prairies which   spread j.pprorcb of .. ici in ominous in Icn  o the ix.rcisc of her owi. inclin uion. : .j,^;,.  ;;,|,s\ceined to re act under these r.cross the centre of our continent, and \,'..osc^ western limits are only fixed ly    1.  1     .    m k   i:n_' w.irriors ha ! ac:impmied ,.^,(1^^..;^^, nnj iPe vivifying beauties ed with tl'c X.rfk Jlmmcan Pevkwmd wish the Presidency of Cimibridge Uni-versif.y, has also acquired him an extensive nnd enduring repulntion fcr scholarj^hijp of, the first order. The country is indeed truly fortunate, In vi^w of the ddioate stnte of its foreign relatioRs and thei^'oid I'^ft in the Department of State h^ soul, lay belptii|^ in-his were thus made gaptlv^is by lljc Iriumpfcr ant Indians. The prisoners were reconducted to the village: the good father, who knew well the fate prepared for St. Pierre, saw the party on their return, and accompanied them, in order to afford to the condemned SCABCITY OF 8ILVEB COW. The same scarcity of silver coin that has so long prevailed in the United States, ex-lends throughout the European Continent, as will be^secn by the following paragraph from the L(.ndjn Times:- �� those consolations which Christianity al-j There never wasknown for many years ways confers in mortal extremity. In.a so cxctii a scarcity of silver cuircncyfaf solemn council of the nation the unfortu- at present, in consequence of the very liate Frenchman was condemned to the In^ec expnrlations of silver that Iwv,a re-stake, amidst the lamentation of women jcently taken place, to Poit Philip, Mcl-and the heavl-rcnding cries of children, to j bourne, Geelonp, Sidney, and other ports all of whom he was endeared by a thou-! of Australian colonies for the conyenie^CB The stern wairrior, uio bad 1 ercturore li.e y..iin_' w.irriors na s ac.imp.iiie.i ,.^(1^^..;^^, nnj iPe vivifying beauties of ad ol whom he was endeared by a thou-! 01 Australian colonies lor me conyenje^c* l! eir eon p..iii..n, whose sin^iu'.ar jond f.ir-       cumin^ day.  Exhausted nature, liow- "^''id lender recollections.   The prelimin-j of the adventurers at the gold diggings.- . tiin^'was that day to be ccmpk'te 1 in the ^^.^^^        nich exertions, required le-Unt-'s to such an execution are too well Nut a vessel leaves the ports of London. .-ains, whicdi dart hi^h into ti.e blue nl.nos- -^^ ^^^^ ciMu pesses.ion 0! the mast lovely maiden      p,,e ;-�inhc sun had passed the zenith phere, and vcigncd then, as they yet reitrn, ^.^^^^^^^      ^.^ daurb-erwid the in lincrence her tribe, upon an expc Ution which 1 cr ; (..^.^ore tie wearied voulh awoke from llie 1-1 vnii 11 an.i 1,1s naiijiaierwHj i!io in iiiicrcncc m-i imvc ..jm/h .v.. ...xj v ..^.v,..   j^., _ ,^,,,i,,p, jbe p.r- j.iul one, to home and kiiMl kindness and suavity spcedi'y rondircd 'p^j'gj p 1 im a favorite.   He eng.- g..>d in ib.rir pnr- , truce Willi bis natii.n wir at end, and lliU'. to !.e sob mnlz-'d ami.Kt ^u!ier:d rejoicinj:. urn, with ijjCxl one, to home and kindred, far ierre letl.cbiut that b/uli and ly vvis ti) retu; n ul ni-'ju an 1'lie murri gcfj.^,^ p^^epuli^n and danger, among the prccn litis and sunny i^ladcs of hi.^ own'; vine-i'!�tl'land. EUiilc Wtsyet slumbering by bi� .''io, and he most unuil!ing!y viis-perseJtliB fair dream-* which seemed to ^ i.. and joined ,n their paMinns;  n B'e . mo, u tl c In- Towards ihe close of ibo day Eu.i'o wan- .'iliubyjubJuedbisei.'cvprNe.rodan- .jia,.;''.r     Nvcl.t z w:nMi..s were .worn .'crelon^a. if aceidentuHy !Vom iu>r unto ijiuniit.iblr !!.-io and del I'v vc: pf; .nee, susncf^tinj; conpanlons ; wnX piirBui'ig her Mil J ami entf iij;in< ,,            -- " 1'ot provenl refug*", lie trees forthf grape and the pe-     ^\rf;iiinenls v.eirivl ; .i the inexorable rem- in there until opportunity should cn- luMif\ cm) dL-stributed amon^.; ihem the i.impic ro now safe; v.l.cn we    c. ..t-.-in, bist; t'c ni^'bt was .idvantinjr. and they ; tj..,^.^i|^,ff-^.jth renewed vigor.   Anprc-we miynot. Ii nu .t be :�. knew tliat tie absence of the intended bride � |,^,,,j.j,,^ iltbou^b thus allayed, was not enem'.es.iii b.ttle. The^pii I'a o\ us ;.b.n-l-' mu.U soon be discovered.   Tliey ibereiore j ij.,iiis''ei.b(rom their minds.   The anxious '"-'�"P,.r: 1 Pierre had p�^n>ea frc- qij^jf^Vyj^riin an hoin'i as if in -ihe alti- known to require description; they ure Pl.vn>outh, Tlriitol, Liverpocl, Sec, but such at least as humanity shrinks from '"l^cs out a consi.lcniblc amoudt of both contemplating. j gold and silver ij'ccie, eiibtr by spccula- Thc hour arrived, and the victim, serene:^''** are proceeding to the above and undismayei, was bound to the tree.- ^�"�"^''^'^ ^'-c purpose of making large Over bis head hung a gorgeous imaire of I)"i-^"�st-s of gold from the emigrants now-the-sun ; as if the sacrifice, then to be oi-' �'�'-king at the dijrgings, or loniigned b^ fered, would prove acceptable to that di- c'pitalists and bullion dealers lo their vinitv. It might have been affixed there >R<'"*^ ^'^''^ ^''''''P' f""" in deVisionof the holy faith cf the sullerer ' specific purpose. It is wiih'much diffi*- . r circles of great height. increasir,f/^"l'y the bankers in the city and the centre, were disposed the eom^;        ^"'^ currency to ibles destined to terminate this awful' '"^^V amount either at the Bauk of England ! or at the Royal Mint, to acoominotlnto ,   .1   1 !    a     'f .1      their correspondents in different parts o? Lloilc, the bride- the wife, v^'as there  ^          ^ ir- I .,  the Unilcd king lorn with silver rh:inge. At iVirmingham, Muirdiester, Liverpool, re.^oived lo too; and she viewed the preparrlioiis wilh, the calm and steady eye of an iiidiilercnt i    ,   ,    , . ,.        .i    , , ,     ,   ,  v\\ other lirge commercial towns, llic de-sncctatoT.   Nut a tear dimmed bcrdurk, � ;n the f.impic ^^.^jj-j.-jj^ g., pitrre ur^cd vi h imp .ssion- i.b'e them to reach u sen-port whence they ortnmenii which ibey admirtid ; (S'^'''-'"^'^ ! cd eloquence every Inoti^e by w! ich I.e mii?ht embark for Ei;rnpe. wild flowers for their Iniir, and st'ected , p^p^.^i ,o (it*.,;,, \.\^ pnrpos;.   Aa a 'rie-d I3ut w'lut a scene awiiited them! Thoy o-it for them the most beautiful feathers l    ^j^^ Natchez and a Frccbman, he pro- were surpii.ied on reaching the lines, to from the spotless her^anJ rose-oolored \           mediation beUviC the exaspera- find there undiscovered and unobslrtieled. Butbeyondlbo mere de.sire of J^^j parlies and hinted at new and per- The challenge of the sentinel, the hum of ;ing u.solal; ^.1:1;^^..^^^^ compact. p'easin,^, he aimed a I be he instructied thi^ docile people so far us l'ompa We have sworn by ar God,' \Ihit hark ! Again ? Pshaw! It is the ,tlie camp, the roll of the ^veni g "drmn ^''y nmg : he cliihbed a tr(?e lo the tojUH'li branch and again descending and pressed his car olosely to the earth. �My fears are groundless,' said he, ' it is Jut the moaning of the forest wind.' 1, _________ ,       .. _ _______ .    K'id were unheard ; and the solitude of the de- j'^fa^gling deer has passed his den, they cime within his influence, in those old man pointing toiheun, whose sat- serls, on'y broken l:y the ominois shriek i"^' "'''"S'^ '* roused by the scent of domestic arts most calculated to provu ben- j jriy; beams seemed to lingermonK bis while of the oyvl, fell heavily upon their lieari". ~   �    "   '        ' as if to listen,wehave sworn ly They reached what had once been the en-     And now at briefer intervals there came our God, and the oaili is ie^oc. b'e, "     \ oampment ol tlin French, where a smou'd- "P |)eiV o, 1   i    i     1 1      V     1 Australbi and India. Lul the deinandii for She was atlired m her bridal drebs, dispo-1 ..     , ,        ,       . J   . .  ,    ,     ,      �i .   ) i si.vcr bullion and specie for J  H'"nb�rg ana the Conti* I nont, arc also very extensive. in consequence of this immense eallfotf taste ; at her belt, almost C9nce folds of the tunic, hung a small hatchet, and, pressed to her bosom, she hove a silver cross, presented by her husband in silver, it appears that the autlicrilies at the mint intend having.a considei^blo sum days of peace and happiness.   Through,   .   ,. ,        .       , ,.,    .      m  � -       '    , ., , . ,     ! coined into specie, and likewise gold oUr- the top was drilled an opening, m whieli; , , . was inserted a strong and sharp bone, either of fish or fowl. Litt/a regard was paid to her, in the engrossing iaierost an Eolian harp: now for a moment paus- which attracted all eyes to the pile, now ing, as if in doubt and perplexity, and | w'-''"�''ed up into wild and fearful eddies. �g.-iin bursting forth in the ecbtr-cy of tri- F^^^'^e suddenly sprang forward Into the  ' line of fire, which repelled the near approach of the executioners, ' I come, my love,' she e4cbiaic^v * I umph. The strain came booming on; the deep notes swelled out to their fullest scope and pealed suddenly among the rency of half sovereigns for the convenience of the cfaiffnmfs, who are placed ia great difficuUies from tho want of a small ciroulating medium in exchar.ge'for their gold.-[Scientific American, The '1^"'^ in jail, who looked out of [lU cell, arid exclaimed, " tliis is a gratteahxi' try'." it is now generally admUtu) have been spoken ^vjuu iourtrf#� , -.�  i--' ft*' <�,   

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