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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - September 1, 1847, Angelica, New York                                 'KJAXEÎ) PVBUSilÊl) WËEKLY  BYCHARLÈS HORTON»  Tjgnuii».--4ïiS0i «A«», pM '»oou», pavabt« in*idr»c», f«iW within tM yW, iimI ' ~%1tjs0 «t the «xpif»tioii «r thb year. ' No diseofltinn«d lintil aII «rreanigefl tt^pv.ié/tiotMi «t tire«{>tioB of tîie jpub-  |isb«r, ■ • '  AJ^'ftftiieiîiçDtii inserted ut the usual rates.  Airl>ti«r9 td(tr,«ssed to thé editor must eooie ppstagi piîJ, 1» insure «ttention.  JOB v ïi l IV T I N 0 Kxectited on fhert no'Jcêy Mtdtin reasoa-tblf term».  ITiïs 1 N K H s <? A 11 l>.  ATTORXEVâ fc COÛNCÏILLOIIS J.VÔ SOUClTOIiS ((,, ê0ttmELL0n3  ly  Attgolica, Alleg;any coantj'N. Y. Oincc'-—in tfiorciir-oftho P.OiTìcft building;.  IIAK'SOM LLOFO,  ......dà^ll! l rUIJJ^^G. !  J»nc26, 1B46. 471yl/  "nò RÌ-0N & W E T II K n B Y , / Counsellort at Lti>ù) ani Solicitors in Chancety, * T tbc O'iTice formerly occnpiinì by Mr. JV Divorij one door oast of C. Dautrcmonf Co.'fl Stored  GR0V3II & SII^ONS  'Marniys aU-l Counscltora at Live, and  •. dyicilor in Ch-titcery.  ''fl'^HiiF.'^-f'óri West of the Kxcljanffp, ^ ami directly óppasite' C. Dautramoai h co'f. Store. AnieliM, January 27, 1S47. 5^ff  j. g fe collins, « tTORN'EVS AT L.AW, fee.. Would 3. be 'i.nppy to.Ttt.Mid foany busineistliat - may be. cntru^leil to them.  O Pe,^—riN'K DOOR EAST Of THE METUO' Dist CHtJUCH. . .:.....-  A.i-.Mica, Nov, 26, __4 Wy I  S f E W A R T & w'A L K E U , Jtiornnys (f Counsel lort at Laic. RiiMil'oni, Allegany Co., N. Y. Decemlier I. iSJ'i.  VOL. XL—NO. 12.J  (From Rlackwood's Magazine.) HONOR TO THE PLOUCII.  L  ALUEÌìt 2». LANNLNU, .llîor ti'Sf and tounsellor  Riishjhrd AUegivV/ C<K jV.  _______ • «  E x'^í A S II. J-() N E 5 ; • ■Attorney a.nd Coun'i e 11 or ai>i.aw. ' Ucllsviile,,A!.loiany Cüiiniy,".N. Y. Datigli Feb. l'T, 1S Í7.'  ((504  0 H A M P L I N C II Ü Z1 E R , '^Ito'rncysSolicïtors ir Co un se Ilo is  , .' Cuba, Ail«£;iiiy Co., Y,  •M. H, <ÎirAMPMx, W. M. CûoziKn. ' Marcirai, 1847. . -tUW  I'hough cloud« o'ercast our native skj', .  And seem to dim the sun, ^c will not down in languor lie, ,  ■ Or deem the day is dona; ho rural arts, wa loved before No lasa we'll cherish now; vVnd crown the banquet as of yore, Wllh'hOftdr to the plough. '"  Ift the?« f-iirftQlil«, who.se peaceful epoil  To fiiith and hope arc given, \ye'll seek tho prise with honc«t toil.  And loave the rest to ilcaten. iVa'!! gird us to our work llkfi mcn, -,^  W'lio own a holy vow. And if in joy we meet ag.-iin, Give hipiior to'.hefisntgh;  Let Art. arrayed in magic power, '  WilR Libdr hand in hartil. Go forth and now, in peril's hour.  Sustain a sinking haiiJ. Let never Sloth uniiervo the arm,  Or Fear the Spirit cow : Thesu words alorie should work acharm — All honor to the^ptou^jh.  The heath redreas, the meadow drain,  The iatefil swamp explore, And o'er the lortg c.xpecting plitin  DiiTuse th6 quickening nlore ; I hen fearless urge the furrow deep  I'p to tlio mounlaiirs brow, And when the rich results you reap ^ Give lionor to the plough.  So 5liii jli.-ill Ileallh by paatures gritn _ And nodding, harvests roa.m, And fit ill'behind her rustic screen  Shall Vitlue find a home ; And while their bower the muses build  Bcuealh the neighboring boii?;h, Shall many a grateful vcisc be filled With honor to the pTou^^h.  little p»>6peTty must now, he sold.— { - ______ . „ _ ,  She had fallen upon her kncea hefofe the for we now need <ot leave home; ndw heirs, «nd had prayed ^then> not tti turn her we can remain in o«r cottage,' out of doôiâ; liUlé li'chlinànd wept with ' And I was the ciuso, wa.s I not, moth-ster—bolhAvept, hut all was in vain. Thé er.-" paid the/ littift fellow, 'lit had not following morninjj wa,s appointed for the begged y«u to dovc..t,he chcst, you never sale. She had hoard tlis an hour before, would have foaud the boôk.—It iijight just as she had finished her day'« work.— have laid there a- httnired years A Heighbor UaJ callcd out oter the heJga  .WARREN n. nUTL«R, ^Uos'iiey ik Coiiii^ellov  whitesvil/.e, .^llegjny co., "'fc^lLLl oUl'hiinsctf.in readinefi.\1o6ticrid  Oct 27, isi^ir tl84  TIÍK MÜTilER AND CHILD, OR THE FIIIE-FLV.  r'ROÍÍ IHi: C.rEMAS.'  On tht^frVe'iiiifr cjf a^ifjt ftftd |ir!iry summer, ilny, ,M.iria, a pooftlridow , Pal'ul the Pllt'P'^vjli<low..^£-hcr^j{lIe chamber, and gazed tOt iiW^n the Meat ftrchard which survoun4iedjJ'ef^cottage, The grasa had ■|)rpn nio.wn i!i the morning, hut th^ heal of tbfi^^'i it. She |jad already  ^atAeled il,iiitcf hcvTps> the swecl gmeil of |he1iay *now hlc\v ,into the chamber as if je réfril5lLfl'nd'r£lr.erigl^ lier  Tabor. The glow of sunset was already fading upoa the border of the clear and cloudless sky, and thé moon shone calm; and hrightJntp the.Jittle chamber, shadow  Ècbbin? Tavern Jl- '"P the p^of the'half open; wlii^w, mMili^' ' together \Ti(h the grape vitle which a lorn-  H M 0iiú\¥nitt¿e. * * Aï. iKTEIililÖBNO  together Willi ine grape cd it, upon the nicely sanded iloor. Lilil i'"?rdinand, a boy of sis- years of age, stood ¡eanipK a.ti;itis>.st the Avindow franle 1 his  with'rt  will tUithfiillvalfcndall ,, - ^ ,, _  fl.. {>rot>55Í0ííái í^úljs. Oíflce ÍVfsr bü bloommg^re itnryEuòw i!!^ east of the Court House.  RICHARD CflAHLES, iM. D. Jölpi II. CIIAREES. M. D.  Operative Surgeens, &c  Tiistr  AHrilIBAiaiiMOiiRïS, M. D.,  poriiion of his white dean shirt Bleeves and scarlet vest, xvcre ditiinctiy visible in ihe moon light.  her.sejf, perhap?. But" oppressive as haJ been the labor ot the sultry day, yet a heavier burden weighed,upon her boiom.  E'Siiysrili»» & ^aar^eoii.^ and ren^^ her forgetfal or heFweari OFFICE OPPOSITE M. Á'ÚRfON'Sp.noss. She had eaten but asixionful or twa  »•hich, consisted of bread ■aiui mrttk. i.itde KGrdinand was al^o greatly disturbed, but did not speak, because he SiOT GOWS, KOa GOING! ^ Saw that hi.s mother was>osio,rmwiul.hav.  hi.s mother, instead »i eat-  JL wo'ii.l respectli.lly ii.lorm tlmir IVie-nds jng. wept biitetlv, h6 hild Irtid aeide his aiuUhepiiblu:, that they have eut.Mcd. liito ^n, rtnd the eiithen dish biOod upon the  ciflsr.-FrioiSbhip', IMarch.i+l, lVl7. jof. ihp picvioua spring. Her deceased  .H. lUiicnek, .M. D. 1 hu.sband, one of the wortliiest men in the J.'c. SuiLKV, m! d! jvillagi», luii, hy ladustry and economy.  i?ave.! a siiiii uf money t-u/Tirient to,pur  ........... PliiULlMVIx^LEj: . y,.............-  DitUd J vfiy ìB lti. ■ 4T ilf  T>10i)m  and told it to her.  It was for this reason tliat üliá now sat •so sorrowful bythcr>pcrj window,glancing novr \ij)»yiud1o ihi clear sky,"now upuii Ferdinand, and then gazing steadily upoñ the floor. There was a sad silence.  'Alas!' »ho said to her.^eif, «1 have today» then, rakei thehay from the mea low for tha last time The early yollow pluma which I picked thi.s morning for Ferdinand are -tho la t fruil the- pnof boj; will «at from the treoi which his father plaate.J for him. Yes, this m.iy bo the last night we rtiay spend bcniaththis root. Ily this time to-morrow, this cottage will be another's property, an.l who can say but we shall, be tUKned out at unce. Heaven alone knows \Vhere we shall finJ a shelter tormorrow. I'erhaps under the opan heavéü!' and ehe began to Sdb violently.-  Little Ferdinánl, who until now haJ not movedj carne forward, mid Aveejíing sai.i—  'Mother, 3o rtdl cry eb bitterly, or else 1 cannot talk to you. Do you not -know whaifathcr said, as he died there (»i that bead ? 'Do not weep so,' he said, 'God is á Father to the poor widows and orphans. Call upon him in thy ili.4trcs3 an i he'', will aid thee.' This is what he éaid, iliid is it not true then.''  Yes, dear child, said the mother, it is true.'  'Well,' said the boy, 'why do yoU weep so !ong, then ? Tray to GjI aai hj \vUi help you.'  'Good child, thou art ri^ht!' said his mother, and her tears llowed lesíj bittcríy s and eóFjifoít wu^^^^^ y-'ith Jier:sorrow, Siia folded her arm.í and raided hei- maist BÁ-es towards Heaven, tiud Ferdinand folded his hands also, and looked upward, and the bright moon shone upon mother anil child..  And the mother be;fan to pray, ani tile boy repeated every word after liei".  'Great Father in Heaven,'she said, 'look dowji upon a poor mother and her child—a  The wothcr stood fora while in .silent astonishment, and then said-^ ^  ' Oh Î mylchild, it was Goi's doing.*?. I feel a thrili/ of awe and revorence. when 1 rcilcct upon it. I Loijk Î ii.^ wc ho'h prayed and ù cfit ihâi'CjCn.'nQ tho sparkling tire ily, and pointed out the spot where thi.s boo!; Wiis concealedj Vci!', truly ! GoJ's han 1 is in ail tbl/ltgs _/lio»vever trifling. Nothing comes by(Chaiicc.. Kveri tha H lirs of our heal itrj/humbcrti.îi not oile of th^m faJI.H Id the "groilnfit^ Without' Tii'«" knowledge.— Uemember this for ,thy lif« lon^, un i pvit thy tru.-<t in him <?sp,j^Uy in tin!.' of ncei. ft is ea.-"y for him ts^d and to Sive. Ho docs not,nee J to send atfeirting an.;t;l tii us. Ha caa?senil' u.s help by'â winged insect i'  The mother eould not sleep ih^-'-t night for joy,—Soon after break of day, she took her way' to the judge, who "at once sant fdrthe heir. He came.—lie ackngwledice I the writing as geniiine, an i was much asbàïrie I of having slandered the woman béfore 'he court aad havfng callcd her a liar. ThsjudgJ deslareijw x7%vei hSr some recampense for the shaine' ahd great sorrow which! he had caused her. The man w.ris not itn willing tu make attonemant for his injustice,-  But when the poor woman had related the whole acc<junt of her cvenii^j prayer and the appearance of the fire fly» tne judge said-^  'That is the finger of God ; he has visibly helped you !'  Young Meyer, however, \vai wiiich moved, nnd said with l.earj* in his eyes— Yet. it is so, God 1.5 the f.-itlu'r of tb • widow an.l the ntid ihcir riven  ■ger-aldo.'-  toward.s you, I fèîça,-ie you itO;n thr* pay merit of the fifty crowns, an i if you are ai any timî in need,"come to mi, anl I wii: assist you. I now see clearly that tho.^e who trust in (iad he will never forsake— aiui that conlidence in him is safer dependence than "Treat riches. And iTI ever come  hy no mean.«?, Î wasant IM •stud t I vit, if it-hivi't Le.M lor o/J Scott."  '\Vhy, don't yrm / ke Scott " * To bc'.süfcT "a fa^t r-ifc o/J '  t-¡ia>v-^r.ccrnr.'i.íijn>'tíu w.jii.nii, i-ni he sp-j l-«({.)n'l want to f.i/st a:i7 nord  ^'oiJ II).'). Ilo .pj  •ilÌM d of a,7 il:e he Mc.\- (>a;K-; that c.i:i be u- ariTi be.- ui. }.o k:i JW.*^ ju!' ) wont to ihe.ii, Tut he  do:i't /lid to ri.sk 'e.n to the urni< of tho Me.niican gaz/.-j, wIjo never f.i7.> to /ay .^o'gc to the lieirt of every good /ook'ii' vo/iintcer llitiy tliar evc.j on. And, bays,Mexican l)u//c:s and 'AmccI is hard thing.} to tlïïdgè, but /ook-out •foi-.fîhe b/ack cyòj of tht:ai se:iorceLas a;^ ííjey .C;i7/ 'cm---you. raouglit n.-^ '^vcV7 try to Vaul de.iaiu'Ci ta astrcak of '"■"'t.'^'y-^'^ b.q)p'e.i to be good /joing " llrir alièni ^on;',  t wnr, yuitrgood -  sí'iyingin^írxíCAr:'.  'To^ be yui-e i,t wiù. Thfiy wou/dnH li'vf. no boinityoagooJ/jok.n' 1 cum home.' %  k s-e.iana the bciui^ful endearments of fore, without dou&t, be brought for<i \veJ(!eJ life, will make even tlrelri5ait- rärd again at .the coming s^ssioii of inj j.^yous, .-md how gladly they will Coairress, >fow it will be disjpgseil of, come ba:k iroin the crowd antUtbs 1«, of fiourbc, more than nny one eiiJi)iy, inirih, and of tho to «icWiiovs- {itw^t-rehr prcjligtr'-tnil"Svfc truat.. othc-r,.. r{u c. company. 1 pictured to the North, the Kast, and th VVe^t^M -  ...An jj^ ■  prepared to^inei^l^i' b(»Qnilng  K « firtn and ti|& twMH '  . _______ . .tQJtaiMl by-fliid «afeie»-——  I.i>t, a:id with an air(.\-!tion n.s undyin^^ the Right,  eauirto fi ra  to want or'my wife should be^ a.widow or ., -, , . , . my children orphan», may he help U3 a!so  poor widow and a poor orphan raiße their hé ha.'í heli>ed you.' eyes td thee. Wt are in great need and Tnic^f î  eyes IO inee. ivt are in g have no longer any refuge upon the eartlt. but thou art neh ia rnarcy.. Thou hast thy-"titil.f:?aid, 'Call upon ihe in the day of thy trouble, and Iwill deliver thee.' Oli, to tliee we pray. Thrust us not fo.rth from this (Iwciling-r^take not fro.m a poor orphan his only littîé inlKiiitance, Or,-ii in thy nlysterioiis iiQt still «lost wise and benevolent purposes, thou hast Othcrwi-sedecreed, prepare for usa resting place upon the wide, vast earth. Oh, pour tliïa çonso-1aiÌ9a..ifl to Oiir ..iïcaEtî^ti est-ik^ we w^ndor-forth, ahd-from yonder hill turn to look' for the hust time upon our home !'  Sp^ inLerrupteJ her j . weeping, she gazed towards HeaVen and was eilent. The boy, who yet stood with folded handi?, suddenly exctàimédrvvith oiït^tfèaclied diligir, Mo_lhçr, look : what ia that,' Yonder flies a little star. Look, there it hurries by the window ! Oh, see, no -v it comes in ! How,bright, how beautiful it shinesjJLaîûlc  C. 1). R0J31N,S0N\ ar. I).,,; chase the littli; cottage with iis neat inead-  PH-a-SlOlAW & SUnaSOK, entirely free from incum-  m..thoa «f infonning hi J Th.ir.dustrious man had planted  iVi.'nd^ :>Md the !)iiblic eeneraUr. that the glean an J chec! ful held wUh youn  treci which ha J , already bore  public genera .l'ed luniseir penn^ntiitly "in the  the fin-  -fiH ............... ^..............^  of ALaIO.XD, vvUorehc m-Avvbefound e?t fruit. He had chosen Mavia for h »t .ili tifne.s wiieu.not engaged in profession.- wife, although ^he Was a poof orphan,and ---^— -liinTTtnTTrfirtrid-been-TtblTrtoT^trH  _i'ro:n hi9 l cxpetience in the di'Pa?»-« . - • . .  Vol tins cIiin,ito ,,!,d his opportunities to ac-qiirea rfnowle l-e of hirprofession and by ftnct attention to its pr^clical duties, hn .iiopeMo inorit a ^bare ofnubUepatrdnaie. •^- Junnary 12,1847, ' t , , 504  y " — ' —^—TTT'"^--'  . ^Cabiaet waro and Obiaira  jt lii'ge arid extensive asioituient kept r"- coii.stanMy on hand at the subscri*  b^^s^iew shop. Opposite the  amerlcjjlmtel - Pas?.h.a£ers wil! ■ fin4 aU iirticles in th.' aSove l.ne of business well, made, and prices low torready pay. 'O. RBOWN. Anselioa, March 5, 1S J5. 40tf  only' Itìòkf il tiàs a greenish .....It Is  almost as beautiful as the evening btar— How it moves along the ceding. That is wonderful!' ,  - 'IlJii a fire fly, dear Ferdinand}' said his mother. 'In the day time iTTs a small un-sightly insect, but in theiught it gives out  a most beautiful lig:hl.^ • _ _ .........:;;.  '¿lay Ì catch jr.'' said' thè boy, •will it not huTl nie and^^vill not-the dight dnir^i  -mc-f' . - , - .  'It will not burn thoe,' said the mother, and she laiighed. while the tears streamed  down her chcek.s. . ■  : ' Citch4t-and-examUve4tói3ser-rttrfg--oftr of the woil'le''^ of God's almighty power.' . They boy. entirely forgetful of his sor-rovvatonce..Iried to c.tch the sparkling lire, ily, novy o;i '-!•=. do ^rv ."o**'." under the table, how under the chair. '  ' Ah me, what a pity !" said the boy, for as he stretched out his hand to catch tlic bright insect it flew behind the great eliest thiTt stuod against the wall, under the chei-t.  ' I yee it plainly enough," lie said ; ' there it is dose against the wall ; and the white wall , and the floor, and t-veiy bit of dust near it, chines as if the inoou shone upon it: but 1 caniiot reach ii; my arm is lio:  Stturicmi MMotci,  ■ , - . -S*  I'V  friendship,  .Opposite the Railroa-t Hon,«« which he 'ormerly k^p^- The public are invited to giviliun acnU  ing mora than a good education ; he had chqsen her because ihe wa.i known as the most pious indtl'strious and well behayed maiden in V!iWgf%_ They had lived happy together. But the typhus fever broke out in the village, and her husband died. Having nursed him with the greatest tendernes«.- she, herself was attacked with it, attei rbis dcutli^ and barely cdsapcd with life. ,  I'e. husband's sickness and herown had thrown ihem much behind; but now she must even part with her little Cottage. Her deceased husband had long labored for the richest peasant in the country, a man by the name oiMcycr.. The peasant, who had hi-'hly esteemed him on account of his tldidity and ¡ndu%lr.>v had lent him three hunjlred ciiiwugjo pujehiise. th.i^ culfiyic, with the ground belonging to it, upon the coudiiion that he shonld pay otl fifty crowns yearly, twenty-five in money and twentv-iivc in labor. Until the year that ho wa.+taken sick, he faithfully pcrform-  Trust always thus iti hinl, aiiij fie as up, right as this podr widow, Hnd help will not be wanting ti4 you in tiœéiof need.  POLITICAL PiiCACiilNG.  from li oCr,11)11 p:'ci,-he l by Rft','. r>L-; Iviton, ofMa'ne, wd com ncnd to the iJjpejial not ce of certa'ii c!c.*jymon avc have iiCird pray an 1 prci-h nv.>.Si e.icr-gelically on politiccii subjejis :  " 'I'lic pr.icLic(3 ha.i bc.:oinc.quie .'e.i-oral for m'liis'Oi-.s of the • Gojpcl to preach pylitica! sermon.s 011 occ.iiio'ns  •ai li'spuUu, foM.s he.- to h's boacin.---1 c.i:i tbiî vt.'-y tide that goôi flowing thrjii>;.j}î his ho.irt, nnd gii70 wjtii h'»n nn he.' qr^-viu! firm as she movcijin a!! itá fonnj;, to be tVrong,=radic!tl-aboiUlrui fjr tlie kind oil!2ej of ailec«|ly and wholly wrong, and tlte deepest»"  Our views in regard to the .Wilmot Proviso, ire known: v,-e have nei^r di.-^gii^sfjd th'ain. We LeUcve ülavery.  tiOn, .sij.ilh'n;:; all his unqu e. carc.i, au(.l ina!:'ng him forget even himself, in he: ypu)ig an^t utis'hailuwing boau-. . ; - . . , ..  Igo f.jrwarJ for '^•e.xr.s, and see her hiKuriaat hair pat soljerly awnV from he: brow, and her girl'sh gracc.i r]j)eheJ into dignity, and bt;ight loveliness cha.s!o;io,l into aiiectioii. Her husband look.s on l;er ifithva proud tyc,  ,03t, foulest nt'wn on our rratiftnal e.-!cutcheon; and if \ve,|iaTe ever enlcr-tainel doubts re.spQctirig the constitutional power of GoiigÄ to abolish it Vhpre H iioty ftxftita; wc Jiaj-'ti ijpvei, for u fiinglc monierit doubted its powtir, and dnttj io inhabit itsfarthar extension -^ita o.Ytension to/fce JcmVor»/. Wo believe thai congress not. otily possea-!5e.i a clear and ju.^r^/i/ to do this, but  , .-, ' - tency.  .up about tire:iij and they'go ^n full of jlndcod, the friends of Freeioin and. 'hoilor aud un'.rouLle I .ycir.s,^.^ and nrc E piai Rij^hlv will-flot disagree%vith the „ rciiitmbcrel when tlicy ' die'.'\I s.iy I greaj.udvocale and defender of the"i)tf-. . Jove t.) (I:c i;ii> iluis .vìifìii I "^o give ¡cuHnl- iivstilution" of thè .South, "wliitn';  the youri,r bri<-!r joyS =fIt'ìs' tlm iktural tdaJtacy iuu\ f^^eliji;' toiicheJ by^^ove-iliat le.ir.i uivni'iig f()r itycit]\if^^ over y.clti- to ■ darker Iccl.n^.s, it i.s ie-ciu.-.e llun'glil ofthc pictiue i.s changèiJ. 1 aiìi n.DÌ forni (ir d\veli:n:^. -i!p(uì .Minr»^! c.han jjrs, and i will not m'nuteìv nowx 1 ^  he says <hi.s' question "can ho longer Le avoided—Bor, if ii could, -w-jt désira-m'! it lïi^ty , as -Wyîl fcííítlííd^ow aa hereaftcf, and with inuch uiore property. it has hoe«.^lâyed tdovíoDg nlrcady-f.-so lon^ that thó dpmtiiloüa of slavíír/ begin,to our land,'  TOO GOÔÎ>LOOJÎfNG'vFÖR SER  riwht to  One  hQîïid*f  of íbllers t'c^hpr cVÓñ^boü^íV^ IfeS^^^'^-  about your ydAríhqlíafe but  I can tell yóu'what, boys', one„^ real, geatt\ylne scrimlnage,' í leo we Iij^d at  Mounteray, is thç fwirth bf  July's that I into"  Thar amt nothin' in creation Lkc it.— Geítin' tite on "brandy stnashe.> inak<H a man feél pretty eOii'^Merable oîeVateJ xeryttnspiriíiyto ii ..««îr ofan,active imagination. Bui if you want to feel taller than a shot-tow or,, bigger than a elefautf and strao?;;er thnu a jackass—-if yo« waût to feel Lkeyou could pull up a tTee~1)yThcl-üöTs and' swCé]) all creation iuto kiugdoiri cum witlr the brushy-eendr^-if'WU- w^nt i^i see fiYrtlier,hear bëïlérY and holle  quiekcf thuij you ever did in ^oui liie,  all yoU'vö got to do is jç.st to take a  hand with old Zacli; at thom iniern-  tîH^ÎTÎ^'rc^TisytiTTdrb  pints of the'r lancet iîtid bayonets like  we w-as ai MountCray,  ■ " " i  with re^anl to it. 1 havd  en'ertaiu thq>e polit'eiU- whicti in my opin'on uic. truly ^hncricnnpnu-cipl'is; but 1 have no» cr felt it to be tijiy. f^.ily-to prc.icli p^oLtical sermons,or, c^jv;Ords, to be a public advocate .Should 1 ,ever .. luo, to this  the sacref xle.driir vv^hic'h'l Htiin tiilio '"'stump" of the open field. I wiil not be an advocate oi party politics under the cloak 'a reli'ijidn, itnd thus con-  ceil luyiiii Jprft/Vrrfrrr^  No-—this is, n )t rny- ^vork ! God ha.s  long enoTT^ ~ ~ ^  ' ll.\vc paticncc,' said the mother, 'it wiU 600« coine out again.'  The bdy waited a hule while, ani thjn cahvc to his mother and f>aid, with a' saft imploring voice—  •Mother do you get it out for me or move that chest .i hule iro:hih.f: wall, and  ' i^keer'd the thunder,' -^se^ he, didn't Uave nO timc IO féel skesìr'd. To be .s\ire l felt a little' skitt'ah wheu I .sccl \ve was gwinft to havd it surce:niir. He Iboked Ferhap.^ I iìd ieiel a little weak in the jints whca I secJ the OÌlìcer.^J «nbuttoa-!hg iÌie'r sh'rl collani, and the mea throwln' aw ày ; ihtvf ^rantc-ii^i and ha-ver.saoks, as they wa's iii.irchin' rite strait up to them ur work-ì, wliiir the -iffeii^efa was witi^iuMW-ui-i, evorv^^  vii with his gun pinted and his ünger on the trigçer-i-I knDw'd thev wa,s  likci thi«; - {l'':isier "Day,J^" Yoii tiiu there 1 ore,-permit me to m.ike a ienia:-k'  allude to it only because. I trust that\and mriny of our people to regwd-its'  ys ir.;)Ic [i.i;;e will be ro id by sonic uf/^tcn>i'on v,-ith a^^^^ .unçîJncQrft, U* .  10 yvi ':;ig a;ií I rmtÜoi bo.'ugj who not as a mattbr ot course. _ '  ... , - . , ana me h'i.-ijan.i "ür.-íti in. liiiJ  n-3Lcomms3:onel mo to instruct meji^^^^^  hovr to valo.v but iìóv/ to Joe - .'«Tiru:--^  Noi to lo-iJ thcm^To^"!^,  the Thi-ono of Gra>e. Not to build  up IX political parti/, but the Ciiurch of theJL'viug God! If I c^n udvance tJie iutercjt.'i of my coinUry bVpi'o.iching the  we are Jndebte J for our incumpai ahh form of (joL'cniincnl^ iv.ìiì for tliai h ;;ii mônïrorevulToa wli cii piC ;ervci Ìt'vm-■i in pai re-1 .--iji-tl t i»4-sh:U.l--rcjaI-ce^- l-'lils con ("Cj^ .It i i >-1, : i1 ia ii ! n ) r< ;, " i pií; 1 í; \ -cuso ine from preaching while  there is su::h an^ im¡ie;-iOU -; {ie¡n.ind for Tvhtí/h:' tiíC p^iWCr of God unio S ilvaLion Co everv oa'e tlia bel'eveih.'" ' ' '  J.rGonD ANi> XiiC!:.—mjtn., sly.s D.'-  Franklin, as oae.i.i;-e:H two doilará for the one he sptMds hi iniui'm'-n'i his miaJ, a.s he doe.; fo; a doliar bi'<i out in any other way. A mm e its up a pjund of.sir4ar, aul it is an i thé ]>iri.;-ure hc-ea;oyed-h-ts e-.ide'J, bui the iaf ;; ■ mrition he from a newjoiper ¡s  trc.iiureJ up in tiie min.l lo be enjoye 1 á'.iesVi anil W bo u::e.l whe.je/tì.- o-ji-.i-sion or incliii:it.^(i:i pal! fjrU: A iipws-p.ij)er is tho wisdom >1'.' liio u^e, and ot' p,i:>t agO:^ ton. X fim ly wih )iit a  ,-7- , .. ; new.spaper is ulway.shíilfanag# behind  gwin to letu)ihucit,andlfti,i 1  sH'v'ä tîsey -can-never think much nor âqij. ma.rk.to. talk ab.jiit. Aii i' then  m.)Vo da lya.;rc:.si my palli, and 1 v.'oUld  wji .ts). lb0. Hil Jt»'- :  ■Misly au 1 confi 'tatly, lìi(  Ailuro- . ...........  'i'hfj picídrc 1 bavé dfa%VH above is not. pc-'ul ar. Ii, ia coluccd 1 kc the  t:uii-ii's dV fhc bride, and m inv. Oa !. rn-Any un hour will she pit, with the rich jewels lying Ifio.iR in her finger.'», and dream sUch dreiuis ai> the5C. SiieJieltcyes them too— an I she go^s tin Fdr a while undeceive!.— The t'vcaiiig i3 not too' lorig^ _while ..they taik.M nliUV f,<ir...lir!n(rmef^i rnuii'L  jMa^Lis-jicllI easad t w. ith tlel tghUul noreh; ty T>i'mutual reliance and attenlio.i. There conies soon, hovYCTcr; a time wh'tn.petfcon-at topics become bare and wearib-o;ne, and slight altentions will riot alone-keep up 4he  social c-vcilemeiit-.....There are... inter.^ls .of J  silence, and detectsd f^yrnptoaHoiw^avine.-?.'?, the hM.-iian.i "iir.*;ti in. iiiij manho>d„  \Iv»'èn sla\-ery it.sdf, by iti Ioni, un-i  IntMuptéiÌj-^^^ 4¿íose____  socreLof aíi Us Isibhorrejit íiealures^Jft the. C'yf-3 of - -luan V, and its ad vocales, cmbo'Jdcne'J ■ ^iy ''rh\ iiVuidity of tiio.vu v.lio cníeítain v: . fj-d.derehi views, /t:laim l'or it uîiÎ3niite(i " - ^  upon-  piMi.l togalii:-!-. 1 ca.inoffuiKiw itcircum-  stautiuliy.....There come kní-.ho.uíi-ttí-uar.  h.iip[iy rí.'5'tle.?.-<;icsá, nnJ temide mi.«givÌ!ig;  exloniiiiäiv and pcrpCitu'tv of duration. It is.t?n\p, therefore, that the qucstioii re.^peclinV Its e.\tepsión tv'à's titled.— Lei it come ui», thèii,-i-ìet the Wilmot' IVoviso toye up ^t ih^iìq^^^ of  i ^et nnd, ve,  win  tjueuces which ita Oppcàisnts predict. " Its adoption will work no evil to tho Union. Tie khreats of the south uro . for efleòt. ^^'h^ydcnow thai the meas-lire Is just, èli"  oppositions and'.resistance will ceaso,. Tl'.cre is uMldng how tojiindcr iü^aa  jjage., Tlie fg;üü^0Öö with it -Was- coupled at ti» last-sessitTe-,- and, wliich hun^ upon \t like an iucubus  eu and i.^ now outV of the waj'.-'^The coast,'' then, cfeary" let the. boat bo ence more lai^nchedj and wo prei;.;t - lh;it it ill oiWrnde, all the .storms wiiidi it has fo qncauntCr, and ultimately reich ilie desrfed heavca in'  V  feîckbutgb,  ivin^:,,..  Va.  of ea;;h nthei\i worth and aíhíction, till by;t},i.m,gh the.\v:hóle-S¿ssiot),, WUS adopt-vahd by, thiv c;in conccalthfir uné:isinès.s '' ■ \ - .  no longer' an! out separately io Keck relief, an j k'-iiruj on'a hollow woild forstip-"poTt, w hich en J \'. ho was tlieir hiver and friend cotti 1 MhI give them ; . •  lle,-l till^«. ye u iio are winning by yo\ir innocent .be:iu:y the aiTecttoiis of h.i.i;h-inlad-d .a1 i!i i]"1 king Jjiìinrs J.l Jt J ;n gliib;;r ^afe ty  that. l;y vii" u^ivc aji ihe brother of hi« lusffr....... ■ '  with wlioin he has had em-:»c-fcÌlow.«Ìiip of -,.-A ■SsAE-.'^roaY.—The. mini—the >ocitity of his cotemppriry rn;.: ; Chronicle V.elälcä thr/oljovi-IIers in Ahí race 'of^ fam?, \yhQ^hayg_JiiLii- i^tr 'ShailVr. a  with him a istcvn coaipaiiionaliTp-.....and frc-Iburgh, was last vsreck Vevcrel|\}>itlea on  (pii'iitly in his love, he will.; the han.l by a copper he.nd ena'ke. The  imiaic awav frorii the arc;ja.oi iiis burninlr; locul inllamatoty symptbrns were a\lmoét iti-ërt to hnt MrTST'fotttiïîaleiy bad a  the .cha.nuaL-. It wul.JwÁ'ií.ltír liim ;it ii.rr<t, | ejaipanioir .\vith hiin, ,.\V-ho^^w bill it will liot Ioni: nn ¡ thea', think Vou j v.'ith the usual rcnledi.es. The firsi tÍ thcaa [that an i'dle - b'an b.-h nent will chain IheinseJ Was the raUle snakij weed,; wh\ch he lial.that has been usad foi- Vv us to an è-ji-heu e l and appned to the Wound. \ The nul.coin'nuuiori ? Thiaic yon \¡a will fçivejbecOîTÎ XVTis a pulsion, applied accardiriW to  atin.ï|cu>tôm3, under.-.tlie conTidtion tbat\o.ne v^te- i jjoi.stm Anil neutraíiííé r.nothûx, viz-: Whis. dieve I key. Though Mr. S. id a pcrjectly îem-fiu-t not your in .'life nee to r^uch: p|ra£e rnaa, totaìlv unaccusionjçd, to tjie j .Cit- lii n-rì the oíd of tiiis article, he drank a qu  up, fi)i; a wcvtk dalliance, the: ani!natin;íicu>ttím3, under. the:n'.'.-i (ij ;ni;n; a"i ' 'he .■-¿arch into m riesorkntAvíüd;:;?: ; (ill ; no. uiy ! be me—ao! '1 i-Iit  \vithaut t Tpcriencing aay iptoxicating fccts. Mr. S. was then placeJ under thá  ■ r^y  «rds  quart o/^i  ötrous uneasy tdl t cum it did cum-^whoa i  But Avuen leocfd t'le bi'l  I can easily catch It.^^^^^^ the chest from btruck--whCT the w hole >tiCc w > m  whistle roun i my h.^l^^^ud^eod the^ here a^e the little ones grow iHi up iu  du-st lly, ^ .  iOi-ance • Avithouc- -a-ay tíisle-, tor rcádi 111'^. Be,i des all these evils, thc.-ç is,  iC.^hrdiiv that '.v")in la'.-T i.-ia .sccondaiy li't— iiiiifistcnng to tii'e necessitie.s of her lor.i i-Hd-m-t^i ! It ^ . award you. If. your immortality ii ai^laid has been cntiroly«cxemptiroai all gwi-co:np!ele and youi-gift of min i as capahlcjeral iniiamatory symptoms. - .  as ours, I would ch'arire you to w:tter thej ' ........  ifihiy--ingJnfd.:;iiid giy-altuiJ'ieaiihy.cu!turii,.l.....  tiilly iniorm the citiz»>n9 of Angelica ia<l vicnaty,thatshc hasju-its opened a  NEW R]1IL|.KXERY SHOP, intfnj village di.-cctly opposite the .stores  t.....?i V -and'J.''a.-'WeIch,inrilM!- Hoiwo  ««y oc'capied by Jesjfei! BuHock. She has !_uät returned Xiopi the city with a well felted assortmi^nt of Sillcs and trimmings for iflys' Bonnets, all of whifh wiil be sold eheip fer cash, — ^fäw ~änd  ttorn Bonnets bjeached aod trimtsed in th# Weit stvte. . CiiUmg and all othei work ■one lathe neatest manner, «0 the sbortsst  ' »a woHs ^rora purchMine •l^wher«'.  AngeUc«, May, K. 18^. 51TÜ  J«ne 13, J8-17. . !e,Uii3ngieement. and thedebt nowamount-  'ed to Uiat fifty- crowns. Maria knew all  --------- , this very; Avcll v  K.S. A. BUpyVRD, would rc-spect- M.iy^r now died of the game di.seasc.— tiillv imorm »hp ritiTon-j nf Anrralic,. The heir-',a pon and daughlcr-in-law,found  the note for three hundred crowns among the papers of the deceased. They did not -know a AVQfd^ ahout the. afaiF. -as- the" oid taan^had nftS-er-spokwofit to then  teriifiei woman'a^^rcdthem, calling ffea-lo witners that her deceased husband  it and the wall ftll upon uttered a loud cry as she picked it up.  'Ah,' she exclaimed, 'now . all .our iiouble' ia over. Ti.at is last year's account book, which i have so long looked tor in vain. I thought it had been destroy, ed as of no value,, by strangers perhaps, while I lay senseless during my ..illness Now it can lie shown that, thy father naid the money that they demand of us. Who would have thought that the account book stuck betwc.5* the gre.it chest which we took with the cottage, and wh;ch, has not  been moved since we bought It f  She at once lighted a lamp, and turned over ihi leaves of the account, w^hilc tcarf. of ibr sparkled m her eycx Kv«ythi.ng H-MCorrectJy put doWa-^tUe iunv vAich  her deceased,husband owed of three hundred crownli at the bogmniiig of the year.  and what he jiaid off in money and work  pcasknt'caiied BeF a ~sBamele5i bar, ufi 1 1. - I.- n o/M,rt ill 1»W. A  Summoned iiTr before a court of law. As t,he could not prove that any hf  it waa decideu that^e whole-  insisted upon payment, and a» p^T MaHA bad nothii)^ but her cottajf. grounds,  In old Méyér» öyf r. Irand 7  •¡ iiayo «ellkJ accounts with James Bloom to-day. St. Martins lay,) and he  jiovv owes me fifiy fo«^«^' .  with joy^^mbractó fa«r child» aoö exclaimed Vith dclishl—\i 1  aTrl op öTF-Hs-bcTret>- t<t t h ö^^n .nf.ran d then you ni.ay hi.+pö,t!Kit when your life is bound Vithänci'iiicr, ydu wiil ¿íj 'on oqually,",and with a feliow^hip" that iliail pervade every pajtniy interest^. - v .■ .  THE WlLM'jirTlWVISiir-C^UKSE OF MR. C.\LIIÜU^ "  (From the Oswego Palladium.) In reply to resolutions of thaiikij pissed by a y/hig uiceiing in Putnan coun-  up so I couldn't tell one from L^.^er  I never thou»lit iif noilùnlbùï "  at the cussOs what was hid away behind the walls and plej ofrubbsh, a the liouaCJ, oa tlio roofs, aul in the cellars, given' us ¡brticular g  ' You didn't feel 'iini'd nane Uian:-' axM alUtlo feller, what liid'a; =aa his mouth or tuck iiis cyos oif the speaker for teaminits. :  ' Kraid, tho mischoif ! How could L.' Was't oW m il 'hos.s,; pranc.n around 'mong the plattoons tic <'<ilhuu,,  \VOM\S M.VRRiAGE.  UV WA^^Uí.-íuToN IVRJNO,  J h ive sper.ih'ed a great de.rl upon •a i iB ) I have :icen young and bc'iul KU the pr de of the gaV  circlêi, mirr e I—as tlie world -says— •.vc!l ' S ) ne'l ive irv)v'c'/into co.siy h j.i sO-i ill r e 1 K b ive all conir-audlcokcl .U .i.t'ir s¡)íc'i i <1 .ir/an:xe-  arounii-moiig jiiwixuyii-r —- ^ . ■ ■ „„a K- v-r.  givi.! his orders l!kc nothin, wa.  ^„attor r • Ah boy^,game-like is -au^y an i , ei ; -  in'just like the ineaslei and one look¡.sun.iy hope.5, cnec.ud;, an 1 . u.un.t  1 have  •ly . . ,  from oldZack, when he's got h:s fcir.' Iiisnituial to be .sin^u i-Mo: Sender up, wouW make a wom'ln fightlthe young, and at .such time, 1 am car-Uke a wild cat. He's the man to fight, rie 1 away by sim br te.. ngs. vokiutfersr. "'f ht;i iro ncell of a st ' in'army when he's in command he'd make the greenest volunteers* ever shoijld^^ a xajwkit.^ ilieWhofe  all the gineraia tUey can muster. Th«!h^ppincHs, and pocsiw  -- ■ ' ..........^ ■" ^ , ts  \  V, (ic ngia, lor his còurse.in re.gard to he \Viliiiot Prov.^so^ and:lW  tv the  d'ncfTnn in thi?.^ Sn.-îate of wlwt Mr. Jie.uon callo.l liis-'^ilre-brand" rc'soUt-  t'.ons, :v|rrLalU(>'Jius4ys--— • " VVejnatt not- be received. The timé barco ne when tiie qu^r^iion must be met. (1 c^ii no longer be avoided, nor,if it coold, is it desirable. Theiongei-it-is postponed, the more inveterate and dangerous will .become the ho.stile feelings between the slave-ho!dr.ig ani noii-slave-holding States.-Wíííi union among ourselvo« wc have.noth-ing to fe ir—but Without It, every thing.-^ 'i-iiti'î'iÂT^J'on n î'-ir th«'party'qu^.v  ii'/usiii Iii'' (hty. tie who is iiot for usU us."  Tl^is i!!i|!-.îuiîit p.tiagraph, tc^cthcr w.th tho \si'o!t; letter an«I the recent S')i-c.dii's an 1 wr tings of Mr. Calhoun,  poor ttttTiifraider-8h<>w--oi, huitiaftity, i^^iat New York", pa.sscd through our. State, airf» -/eceireii tie faolpitiility-ol B0ttf -f4 wealthy ciilizens.,J®» ihowgk }t MrouliJ plea« his ipntcrfcdnerfc t© ^¿«^flce the op [iohetril *of sianry, aad txaltik* j*atri-archal jniititatioD; i. ? -J  U aM satisfied.'«aid be,»,'tiit f^^ ha|?py, a^d bcUel^r;tie iHStiiation u ad-ministered here, neither hash oor Hnjiut—  irthose pcoundrels-r-, ' ■  ' Pardon rae, sir,' replied- a elavcbaldflr.. as he interrupted him. * We waqi ffO such dcfenctv ^ -Itia enough for «8 th'^ithe law.: gives and secures us our rights, withoat  ¿isking-twcme'n 10 defend a» feiii^r u earse,  I woultl give for ipy.c,hi!df«ift'B sake alone» all I have, (and he spoke not witfaoat reason,) if Kentucky bad Ma as New .York is-'drce.'- - , V, -J -i 1 ■■-J-  The subject «s'dfcpped! TTlie miwra-blccaitiirsliirtcd new topiC9.»ndtrted bard, wo learn* to recover lost .giou'tid. .He failed, of coarse. Every planter /«U cottv tempt for him, arJ one wcni«« .iatssiA $fi0w it. John Randolph expre»8«d- t^-  ef northern men, ^ ^  They are time-servers at borne, and .U$k> spittles abroad —LottisviUc £zaniner.  M *   

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