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   Weekly Argus And Democrat (Newspaper) - June 29, 1852, Madison, Wisconsin                                WEEKLY VOLUME 8. NO. 46. UNION, MADISON 1 rum tlio AWdbuigiun, I BVSA3RC. dull TubltaherH. r j'IKKC'H AN'lJ TJ4K Ut I- taoUd TEST l.N XMV HAJti'SfiUft As we promised yesterday, ,now jive the record m fnii on ihli subject. Wu c, pv it from the official ivport of the jj> of the N. Haijipshirc Constitutional Com -n- tion, aa published at (lie its on in the Patriot" of November 14, and sutwerjuendv in tlio sliiio Patriot" r.f A) nl" 24, Our rearlerslvill olnuive tho sfi-ong iinS conclusive exposition both Pit and Judge Wood bury to the tett.clausfe in question; and thev tliat Gcu. Pit- at denounce-> it as a, slipnw" on tlie pages of. the Tlif-C will :il SIGHT VIEW OF THE IROJT HC writer m the York Times tfitit ,t llr- They are driven foilli an wilh 'the maik of I Ciiin. servitude! anil ijmuniiriv. r" apostrophizes the iron horse as m the sptfis W hat do Locke, ot of fa seen sweeping oierhJ irouj ferson, or Madison think, ft lo lie trusted traek i with legislative power? HjBfJJ tin's! .'.Would you like the luiury of anew gnssV in our neighboring repfnWsT: Do (hey J Take your stand six fe.-t from thus ostracise a part? On ttf contrary, road track, in tha the night aid awii. (hey had the exporionce of lUEvwmdution eipreM train, l to aid thorpr-by the Catbolfo Oarroh nndj wUid etirriojj. Vtoiub clan irt .tfau Jigl t ufo.-al the tuiil of tliat j Blac-knswTSS _.i_ i._ Afar off the list! i Half Wan and __, --------._ ---__-------- t iv iu WLT UlUtinCtlt' creed id not durorvii g proscription. In revealed by tins treuiblmg withim' going further into the ques- solid enrtli, and partly felt as a hor-1 leader in I Honnow.it to iny not only nn- ror tilling the sir. second siveU itsjj DEMOCRAT, -29, 1852. lisny owri o tat Blacknew wteice broo ureed liava fought aJo tij side with us f the face of tlie earth. Afar nt Chippcwa and Hridgewnt-r, ami under ear catches a drawing roar. tf.e walls of Mrxieo, and shrmn that their half felt, it grows iu to mor w rrom tl.o A T. Catliolip Freonnm's IhofJomention J.a, been funr-d tl) IN ADVANCE. I e n. me mrein- pico of Gou. Pierce'a of f moat enthusiastic demonstrations of tho corw-tpondence was in part George, n confidential (Vilml f Gen. Pierce. copy it below, ils for anotlier tuH-LiialUll 1 admirable remarks with which it was no- titan seekini; oHieial j ot' 1 wire has IKJCO mvid cms distinction m I ,l T, "WS -T, 'i? no T f11 bi.s niters iwirlej i fid i i v__ r T i ie on tllSMl1 v .......t MWV .....j jiuitm- dig second swei s- and just to oilier but not reputable lo us avf.d vlouine and deepens in terror. The I lit, Ii 14 IT ITII tit Ht'if [i i i N... .1 i 'i in t-tm .1 i I Jiut il ii Kr.iih tn t.now that Mr. voted and tho obnoxii :s up.-m rhe of Gen. Pi and Judjco WoodUiiv, by struck out of the Constitution. Fiom tho Daily r..'iiut nfXcv. 14, 1830. COMMITTEE OF TVI10LE. On motion of Mr. Parker, of Xtbhua, tlu conienlion uyjK-ed if- hole, on tb( x-e vii Property C, Mr. San i of Committ'-c L ot' iho C'oi-i- ilifni-. and K in tl .LiMit, luuiiie iiiiu ucopcua lit lerror. i.s a or to the aga in which wo live, onrih now quakes under its tread; a bli lo retain test as fiom the eyes of hell, flashes I uorror, into the surroundinz air, and yo: seel Without fuliguemg this convention with along iu snaky tracks- with iervi moro on thii. oocnsion. I would only add 1 croiiciied to the ground, and its nA that like thuse have ted to train suiiigimr trom side to side a wa-l the alwlitinii of such t.wts in many of vy motion, a gigantic and tem.r-brcat iujrl our sister States, and ID the constitution of monster instinct with life and power cr the Lnited Statr-s. and. m my view, lerjuire ing the earth its tread, and creati g a mpaiiieiL Ihefollovi-inr, extract fivm the let- j h.ve or THE VVisouaijc Galena Gazttte of Thursday last announces tho arrival of the steamboat Black Hawk i from up the Wisconsin River, with 3900 bushels wheat, sacks of oth- hither s nmmf I We are from day to day nrmrkiitff tba small beginning of a trade, which wo ara satisfied will m five be greater than   the P'IBCJ! m "lini1- of father's proud maiii-ion. Th-mlfs my mmhlo eitrcmitie." they soon n-iiim'pil mo fiw.i all danger of the hiie- liiijjs executing his cnild tic.-s' ci.m- "B ut Polk: 'It sincere pfeisnro to invite you iccept a place- in my (.'abinct, by you the office of Attorney Gener.il of the [lilted States. I have selected you for this PBHSO.VAL APPEAR iportimt olh'cc frnni my peisonal knowledgu PIKRCB you, and without the solicitation or suTr- of any one. I have done so because no doubt your personal f. TTi iijioimri- "Arro.-icau Celt and Citiztn us to iniiljTc their wisi Mr. 1'iKtitr, of Cuncnid', xahl that he could concur hoanily in all that, the gentle man fiom Poitsmonlli had ulteied, exc-ppt h s last remaik. It w is quite obvious thai, i que ovous tn, .-nK having tis.d .ho patience of the J FJill IVI 1 I. .11 I'N'I X-'ert'ara 'F IHIll.V.  1 am Hilling, a unison hku tiiis iv liiistilu to th.j luli.iai.t f-jiirit cf ill and a inoic ciilglit-iii'il public opinion "X] imgc it al Hum M.stcm o J do readil'. Mir- jinsont moment, i-i order to piesnili a-iolhcr ti> ll IHAV cajh and nlimo ablv.cMii and in thi irco c'ui'itrv nit lo.ita uulc'iiC" and io U, public tilx-ity am ihu snfctv well a.-, best blia-eil Union. whirlwind with its blasting brr-ath as itsn Is there anything in the w lich j impiesses ilia mind with a profounders -nsej resistless jxiwer than thittunoimous n assj s nith iii blazing eyes and smoky breath r [ill, me would be and from' the n'Icv tmii that iu tlio anxious to know som 'thini sonale of themari is' He is not far from five f per- bo our next eleven inches in tmsid'jiatiMi uiiu ui mo cli-eli.irge o duties of iho office, would aid in conducting; mv ninistratiun. In this at nevsr couiiumnnce "ivhich .-xlii- and finely iiropor- tionud. His face i., am{ mandmej, and beamii ry mer MI' of intelK-l, and cneiay. U'c; hme of his loui nnd "iJini3 inc cri'j t to his feet and I, up in with i-8 WiiOld turn awny slnnly am) n if its beauty wt-u tin- Wu' !1 'hoiu was no dcnyiii" it! Inat beamiful giil had only epoTtcn ihe truth. Ever cince iho tiiMO be- fore, when (licy tuiiiUcd ilia da.-k ulod, on my MKilhers pine I had i.een a gar, nnd perhaps it was wtong I did not mean it, stopping to look at o cluster of! Uher count; y is calculattol, on "f on count of Hie soil and clim.iu and tlw chanw. .r sn.de 'he f of the rich. -ttl> and ni i f mul wl'atcver ia able -t lr ty viill Hcqnii, accession. hope our merchants will encourage the trade in every lionorabla wty lit tho man, and not the man so having fur d .ho patience of the with the speed of a caniiou ball, md Se olEl'e' I you mav commulee, hw speech upoi, both tho Ki-eat .taitlinjr the air and earth with the o "er-P Ren PitWs "-'I '.v: sul'ji.'cts cinhrnceil in resolutions under flnNr-nnn W W n more lofty j frank nn mother s j light The New 1'ork .M'lrro'r" Fillmore or. fan, is for an Independent Whi n Philwlel. "No" sul.jwta eiubrnreJ in the resolutions under censi.lerat.on, had been listened lo with ,m- iiaal.h.j.1 (-infu-ation. Not berauso he horror of itsfligbt? What the savage think, seeing it foi ihe irst time? Imagine secb a flii'lit across the thicw ihe of high character country fifty vcarg ago, utihetrlclei! bv my the power of Ins a.mii leuts mlr, the scalo imnor'of it's its evLw jce' on the Mdo m a ase whero thi-rc by its presence and rushing mirldcnlv itol was the judgement of, obFvion, as it now muhea hito the darki tnemlMa wasi not while you gaze upon the here it wa-a shiu.o .if dciilj. M to the result; hear otlyJfeint ot but because it w.is Jesinblethat iho grounds attain tread. What rumom of it we on which we p.oueed in such fill tho world What tales of its grand, avo unjxirt bo as (hr-y have of it> speed and power would st.rt the K-ji, wnh foree of rej.sontnii and dulitv of the villas .ro-V I.eanty of It w.iq aK> a sei vico '__________1 e-'l- well icd, I, ;s ,-f 1JOCK RrrER v. 0_ R 1ILBO., r CoNfor.D, N. H, Sept. G. 846. Mr DEAH letter of the 27tl ?as teceived a week since. Nothinn purpose, ze.-d With ami.irt of the hi-jhtst or- der, and harmoniously eloped, he com- bmes tlra si.avily child. Ufa habits those of a man who b, is arerit IT HIBIC is ;i ijrerti j deal to be clone, and iitt.'c- time to do it ...i-itnc i ------j itrntf io it ;e been more unexpected, and Ho forever at woik, and we mav safely i a fireat fiwt i'me he entered "pub- it lie nn mnn r-v-., importance of tin- proposition in ____ of tilist will not think man (ei c- has been umvr" decision. Will Jl....................ra i yeais mv no jrosiiiim. r were in n Hiln.Uion on tho hole to nY A .1 uoL Mm ininK ,nj man ji'ts spt-nt miwisoiiMble dolay in arriiing I pfofutly in earryina ft'ith my for tlio last jto 'h-m OPII. Pm.c. his powers morn what w.-is, allotted j mg I had one to plant svba( i or 1 remember ,vith lhat 'tow the I I slwrlows crept an, th ovlr nv fafor cWM ['i "f the i. an an in we will put tho lymtitry -but hi, aiai.ment' ul emplm ineitt, could U so acvepta- nre less romp ict CJlAUl.t'.S of om I licalioii ie- as well rondo cd, not vindication if il._ past than the present. Tlie motives of the f.uheis of I ha conslitutiun nnd of I lliu in 17'J'i had been placed in their liiu> light So much wis duo U. (hem. [t i id-.li dnu to (l-iiL-niixention and the poo- i plu vil'tnii they ropir.-Miit, and duo to ivpuiaiiim r.f the Hiate abroad, lhat it be w.-ll understood lint boih of the rottiriuuii tctt and lha piopeity qu.ih- faun (lend letter, al least the Chuirtnuii ('Mr. Sewairl) 1; LftT 1 i NV.Urj thf druwl v Nor i  high fcotiuj-. 1 I ndiCtrVm nnd tho el.-gmco of his "..Miir... In l.rtertf country, he i, ell. Had ho a tl) v traetorss is already at Chicago prepared advance the work immediately at that end y fen TIT in and to Til m FOND DU WISCONSIN DHL" V Jc tui'lcr r-> 1> will n i 1 IV r D In nl Th -v h ITU ti'lt 'Mllt> tii. 1 irln-, 1 I.inl Vi Th- r.-r 1 Pf, of tl.e provision was in- sirtcd in J7S4u> iepc-1 immts whi.a Swell Hung out by some tho Fioiich li.uiK-, that lUWv.a.- co an .ilh-ii ,-j al-o Ihurivnch and ihu i-UiblMi- ITiflU of it Jicir.. 'i-Jjc. piovisiijll i'cll jhin fi-iv tl.e State. _ IJi't in the imprnpiiety of retaining ii on piinctpte became M) that after cue- or two couu'tition votwl to it, and a i.iajuiity with them; ynt not Uing cuiitu two-thirds, the provision junai.i- erj, though agaimt the will of a How does tho stand publican principles of government; Bv i hem, cotistitJtiunsand laws ate made mor.-! to ]iiolm ?iglits'lian tor-oiiqiierilitm. 'iiic'V ni-u made for liberty, opi.-din', con" science, piopeity, and'life, ratiu-rthan ingiu- tnn-t_uf tbe-e, m to any pititiculai-1 wi_of This is not that U'liijion b a ininni concern, and not in some I tho for an but I itr'it-r is, aoncern bctwi-pn fiivl and ni.in, ;iinl witli   Caused riCi.mev.f flow, an 1 millions to perish at the .-take, nnd was ona of the greatest cnnses which c-xpeiled our t-itlu-rs tn nnd tl.e meirv of Tht> rr-public.-in coveinin.'nt iiltoittard l.cic if line-to ivpiiblioan pnnciptfs 'iiield all in their ie- ngioin tein ulii'f f-miJinii-iff jir-acefnllv ,m 1 protat all i.i theii piiMiits'mid lion, diiluicnl, while a.-liiiir us tmorl [imbably be found to uinvu in a matter so nt Buffalo waiting -Iiipmoi t utterly repugnant to public sentiment. tt'" I'i'ob.'iiSly rench this place witliin tl.i  tho cl.ui-e, we well know lint lit. Pie-K-e has ficol'" throw n into tk tiiimiul. p.ii-alyzcd! Tha thought U. im m.ittor I wii'ild br.ivc and con jner liiein :i 1 Th.it h.iur, will, the Feitliur's lic'pj, mo a-l 1 havu ever >inr-e. I n Jin jurpo-o and ins-pjiit when I J my j lictid, went upon wuy, ij. j oved. I hu looked down nnd fov lhat lii- mission dune tha socd lia had pl.mlt-d -.lonld have its h.irvost time, Imsicilud and passed linmuivauls I "I'li'iis, sir. will you give mo ono of these pretly f ,r Mamma V She i.- very il] and we don't have flowers nnw and i i "TliH bolt it a fHCliom fiiKMM, inten- ded io or f ightrn tlie gmt bwly ot ihe whig niL-inbrrs in o con. lumned by their ruol judgmenit It it a simple ailempl by a nt to liiilly the iirjority int i a nul.iiiissinn to lhat 'ninni-ity'it i-.n e.innub e '1'lie New York Tiines, another of the saini- S sinpe. s.ys: They dc-mand, at ihe price of their adhesion, not .1 silent acquiescence, but an explicit, iinm MakeaUe nil by nor Hiign, which they viitvd against, nnd did uh in ihur pmier lo defeat at iho t ma of their passage. Whpihvr such n demand it or lliere iiiiything in ills condition of the couiilry to excusu il, and whether it iruuld be   i i.lbouu thu sub I .cadeiny, club, eveiy town and 'liure wa-j.eili.ips no ,-ul ject upun which! opinion ami pabho feeling w.is so I mil'oni, and decisive- Tlic> Mib-t.niec__if, il.oj ever ]md liiiving lui.g pas- e-U aw.iy, be' iejoiue-d tint ihii ion hail at lui.gth mrivvd to dispense with ho furui. Sniacqucntly Judge fiom 111) Jurli-iurv Gammiuon milnnln...! ro. GKOW i H OK mem her of Congress from Illinois in his fpeeel on the progress of the West, speaks o Chicago: General said in the Senate rhiirahei in 1H4S "It ia now twenty years agnthin I sat all niglit in a canoe at'il.u hua7l t at Chicnirn, there being no human t atiun in which we could i.bmin ftoti riiicagii liier." And yet, 'ir. Chicago if now un Miiportont jet-ond city mi this and the fii'st of November, i at all Sati'-factory to mybolf, or those have committed tlieir interests to and who rely on my servicus. Besides, you knov that Mrs. Picrce's health while' at Washington was very is, I fear, even moie so now, and the responsibilities whiol tin- jiroposed chritip-c would neccssa lily imposa upon her. oiijht of theni'-ehes to constitute an insrumountable objection to ourlnaunj; onr quet home fora public station at When 1 rusijriied my -''at in the- sprl in 1842, I did it wilh the filed purpose Jeuona cilv ni I lukt's. Look Irs uT.rm- fparnte.1 fiom my >n in tho vrar I 8 Ju was 4.179: in 1 B4i for m'J' leiijjth of time, gie.it commei-c'al emporuni into whi.se cus- re- -hall pour one-third the com- port upon this concluding with the I city mal- ......i J ling ancient Carthage in pndo und And since ihe period rufc; l-iiimi in the vrar 18 Ju was inlU4i uml now, in ia  ery hkciy to lesult fioiu mv ac- Hoisrao THE PIEIIOK Pitts- burch Clmmiclo, hereto.ore nei.tral, Jns hoisted tho flan; of Piciv-' and King, the Democratic So IITW the New York Horninjr Star, also a neutral piint A'twa. A VALrABLB BANK would the s-'iisritun of a-i jiiibvidiial ucciistom- resolution Resolvcd, That no belief in tl 'f nny particular ieSigf.ua by ceptam e. These aro some of wliich haie influenoeil my will not believe that I considerations eci-i in. You rny per- _ lo handling one joli ,r imtes, to re- a bank-bill for one ir iilion The B.-rik of England, it apiwnis luxes of that den, tninatini'. and after Ih.'-i; four weie the pi- tes wcrr- elc-tioy- I I'd. Ot tliCM; imnicy-ion; tie Kotb'-.-liild-, 1 have one, tlm late Mr. (Joints li.ul another, ihe B.mk of tlie thiid. and Mr. 0------' R-.fTH-s, tbo poet nnd bat.kor, n.w It was a long walk, but it .'crniin ited at last befoio a dilapidated dwelling in the -ib nb  bcdsido of in inotliur She wjs pmppcd up in her vouch in thatsinmily huni.-lied apartmunt, but a gle.ini tf wild the pallid fujtinus, u ,d bund w.is ulretched willi lie .....n....._.HT of llie hntita from lima bol Iv defines tlie post, lio.i ol tnu iiucrwliuliin'iig iiiajuriiy nd 1 md S.illrltors lo Ln Ctciw. WlHouiln. ,u, g ve o all equal priv- lie 13 a man of nobl, and all my other dear and devoted frianJ. .1 i, teeth rf ,he kind offices- believe me. my dear Duffy ever to re nil ol.rights to one. set-i shall not be sympathies, and good deeds H0 I whatever mn-, be my fate ubordmate to an.nbur ami disfran-! and as such m.y entertain1 Your failbfal and affec'tir.natc -hue one, or let ono hold ctticcs forbidden "a but about that, politir-i. i T K MWir.rivi" to otbcrs. It is liltcwiso contrary to ill! aD- "nquiro. As plain Frank Pic sound and reason to say, as we I wt tnow bilu wclt. "nd like him, too do, thin may vote, but not a while yet. Hu u a Tent u uienu T. f. MKAGUKB. I worfd I were a riah troc-aile. Thatairoudo my form; Ore'ci tbu -Tin hcrlicaiity wann. How blttt the in biob Jfy angei girl w Th, Ut.it tlu- panii v hicb ca-a "her inoiDH 0? yen iigo'jo tlie ground." The Vkrce of Crime. is a worse fur water of Mr. Ciiy are no longer th. or a bill, th'iso o patriot H" Le-fgfr, 11 Ui. jofapulitlcii.n r... Hiat Cor. Pkit. r resi 111 me neonie were onl, J I stood awed and silent it, the pnwnce I borrow some m 'hequicily twen'y ilahrlu-.. lli.t'. a likely had jiroducwl an enUrii clwnge m my I III, and and who I lien have come excl.iim, d the Ihu "iiom of her ron- t.-iintiiatud, had it hnialiod across mine. uluiipcd were onr "Verily lie pulleth down one nnd sellclh up Alarmed at bin moihci'H uinntion the uhitd not directed her attcniiun towaids _______ .md I inoved -md A M.IBKMGB rom I be t ire sholrl lr, with .m own Hosion pi inter hannjr accumid.iled in Cali lieait and hu tbrnja a K J in evening of ibai ilay, the niothur and j found   mott rtgaling j A rob. from tjia tj e clloW. mode its appearance, with fat J eflfoctin soma of tlie trains while others a: e entirely, free from it. It made jjreal havioo With Mnjor Stein's command of 300 drafffwnii, on tha way to Santa Fe. On the S8tb of May, tUirty.five of tha men bad died, but -j-------.. VVMU-.I-, jjwtiii Jiutl chi'dnen, rushed shouting through the streets. 28J guns were fired, and the bells tolled for boiirj. Some of Gen. Scott's friends, rau up the street shout'ng "Is theru "a fire any- forage, that's all. butinuii, inks it all round.' aint no universal suf-' i; It'a a darned ont-sidtjd i L .i u c" 1 r Many books require ria tboueht fom them, and for w-they made no web We has a hen-ci b ITS been u hUoruu the nutbor of the above i. coul J Cicero never filibuster V to Because he soys Rtpttbiicaii. A in an electioneering upeech took n walnut into the pulpit. Ha told hii hear- era that thenhell was add valuiJcm the DatKtcratic pfrty. The 4io wiia n.iXseous, caustic, wan the Free Soil party. He then said he w.mld iliow them the "Whig party." Hecracijed the nut sail (bum) DEATH or Hon, PERRY feiirh that the Hon, Pwry Smith, of New ifilfori, formerlj' 0. S. Senator from this State, died of apoplmy, at residence, on the 3d innt dbout 99 o n L.niiniDiisco. uen RrvEie Apmi.pRi.m-.Hj tha crowded with f Blauc Ulk. a. tin did eiuiw-Kd his fueling. not know tint iho Wings have been the A.. very worst enemies to c-ipcndituio for net- e-ssary and public improvem< Ilia l.J UIBll n, V g taTHV .-.urn nf money oniony the unhappy and when he returned, nn receiving abvlanet of "pay of S2-JO, ho added t60 to U. ex.- jiemlud it among lib men. iuCujuce or purstj, prouured thi in fret oil the railroad. Hd Kent CO many old Jfcuil. fat JUo5xr of money are being ottered in onr msrkat good oecurity, at 10 per cent, and it b dtffl- cult to loin at that for nny length We should not be surprised to tta money offering at 8 and 9 per cent, before tha is out. The extreme rate in the Eatwni money market, must induce H'ltcantin. HOW TO W4KB LABCI liken a, mota soil jtnJ ilnvly situation. Downing tayit shows the good ftfcctt of liigh corapny tu tha currant. If lo n very larga fruit, train bask 
                            

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