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Uritil mill Nortlirru aiiomik.iii-.iii.
Wnsliimrtnn n'nd the South.
Tl.rt ms fiol.i Hie N;ilion:it ('l.J'it''l
. u.iko!i of ll e Hiuno Konrri.l tono M tliut. rem
nod.inp t-)M:.y H.o movonimt of wwn. ( C(itivflnlio) rc,,rtsctf.l -ritnl ox
The State of Louisiana u now nMe.l to UuuAtftl milio. of del
the list -f socvdii.tf StMei. (n.', JUn; l.onco U.k potency of U.cir voice,
nancoof Fcrrnhioii km pn?" "K I o,,..-.,, 0f v,.w .'eiscy ha ftlso pas-
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a.U-a to then, thut tho future ,,oe of, 'J mJo s,ulht.rn Suu, for FoM.r r.n. her ma., l-ti rf n I -country
. now ld8od Uu-, a of JioIr . fircrly m,l 1 hurlow J ed m M-I;
St.to Convention, filed Clmpin.ancl lo.Hor l.gl.U i ipulp.t oiator,.
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Kinin tVuivcntmn on ."-niunm him, j
votocf lUto 17. Vlienthvou-;is i.u
nounccd the I'icmkIi'IH of tl.c Convcnlioii
.lecliucil Louisiana n fr.-f and B-neroij;!i
Jtopul.lic. Tho Convention adopted ft
rcHolntion fruni-iiiitofing thoi'iec naviga
tion of llie Missiwippi livtr.
The returns from Texas thus fur how !
bii overwhtlming ninjoriiy for immediate
A proi.ositlcn i.i now hefure C'oncr.''ii
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BiVl lllia pIOpUMll ion, uy j
I) D.'iuociats mid one Union man roung
fur i'., mid every
hoth lloiifesof (
ppeclally for that purpone, tis well y
the united puulic pr.'-a in tlint hole
lection, liftd joined in one common nd
clear deoUrntion ot entreaty and warning
Thii clan of destructives liaro long ainct
-een banished from the Southern portion
of our country by public opinion, for tho
t,enfit of puhlio aafety. It i ttue, the
demagoguibh cry of "free epeech"
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Kluuk KepuMican voting to tho V"plo tho ortn, (intenueu w fcy the.p Norlhrn (ricm1s a;. 1 f AVlt- 1 o oyht to know that th
Wo eo ly our exchangea that the pa
a. cf th'u proposition is called for every
where. ; the people, but, opposed to a
,nu. t.v tho Abolition win:' of the J5h;ck
Republican party, whose cry of 'coercion
and ihe enforcement of laws,' in only ndop-
u d us, a i.retcxt to brini; about a oioeuy
vhich odtrinatcdwiil. 1VMo,ome,'';rrv.f(UllioIin.,fl),Pailya!, poStible ; when
of thii State- to the elh-ct tliat ti.e ineiu
bers ot the piebcnt C'onjrios.i resign tiieir
acats, nnd allow l he people to elect a new
set, to meet on tho --d Tobi uuiy next.
It has been signed by o'J members.
Mr. Piiue, of Massachusetts, presented a
petition IVom li num. with 1J.0.U name,
asking Congrefs to pus tlu) Crittenden
proposition. Tno petition was eiitlosed
in an American Hag.
Senators Iligler. Seward and Wilson
r'scnteda large nu.nbrrof petitions from
their respective Slates on Monday, call
in 'for tho adoption of tho Crittenden
The Legislittirc of Tennessee hn5 g'u'en
notice that if coenrion i.s agreed upon :x
t!.e Northern j.eop'e, Tennes-re will pre-jt-ntan
undivided front, in favor nf assis
ting her .Southern Sister -State1". Thi "
called forlli by the umiinely. and ill ad
vised military movement n Nf.v York.
This is undoubtedly the feeling of every
Sonthei n State.
Considerable excitement prevails again
at Charleston, and ren-acoln. in rell'er-
they would at oneo proceed to aaliKiy
theirjackall, or hye::a appetites, upon tho
fragment" of their nciglibou and fellow
These hireling traitors in the North
with their allies in the South, have been
plotting treajon ug.iimt our country for
the last thirty years, and u Mr. Wilni Jt,
s..id when he left tho Democratic party,
that he was now going to join tho party
that would send the country to 1111 the
juiekest. This is undoubtedly the feel,
in?, find wi-h, of a largo number of the
r.lacl: hVpuM'can party as well as also
their co-hiborers and allies in the South,
The t ime has now arrived when ft bold
stand must bo made by tho populace;
I ihese hireling demagogues must be suffo-
!.....,. I ..It!,..- t.u n linilpr ni- thn linriKiCI!-
ideaoen and read by all men here,) that
they never would remain in tho Union
should tho Republican party with its
Lackers, until within a very short period
Wo are clad to know, however, that
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avowed principles, its ecuunni rmiu. . , , j otier Northern cities, have from the Government, an attempt at co-
dates, and sectional election-get wniroi . . . . ( . ... , . , ll0 other eilect than to
nmerd,an,abWgSs.brickbataandother -te th, Jc.jl.oU
unwelcome musilei-all of whieh they lh(( Ioil lMal must speedily
have deervcd for yo n. prodnce " a liarvebt of woe."
In ihu the South had taken the initia- I cannot suppose, from what has occur
live; and if tho North desire, tocontinue red, that the lYcident of the United
, ,, , - States would be inclined to adopt a policy
the peace and happinesa or " to,,' whioh he ,nust Bee and know could not
ment. they must rcsoit to the same meant raj t0 resun, jn blood-bed. I am satisfied
to abate this dangerous liuifance. Thee that prudence and patiiotism would in-Hritish-hearted
lories have been plotting duce him reject all couiweU and ninas
, .. ures which would be ca canted to tinn;'
the downfall of this nation for more than ZVTfvJ a calamity. 1 have no idea,
thirty years, and at the pre-ent time have t Iiorelor. thrt he will accept the tender
well nigh succeeded ; and for might wil which has beo.-. so iiiupwtunely and Mtea-
know at the rreaent writing, they may, Ltut.ypnralelo-Jorc in.-coum.y.
of the Government ? How does it then
happen that there should be so many Re
publicans taken, as they say, by mrprise
at the momentous condition rf our hith
erto happy country? Had they no op
portunity given them to know, and are
they alone to blame? We answer, not
entirely ; but wherein they are to blame,
is, that thev choje unfortunately to at
tach theraselves to a party whose editors,
jlumpers, managers, Ac, found it neces
sary to suppress all suth fads; or, when
forced to allude to the warnings given,
either to deny, or Bwear they were the
mere rant of certain fire-eaters and nulli
fiers in South Carolina alone, and intended
for intimidation, of course. In order to
guard their friends still further, special
ellorts wore :n ide to induce them to treat
and call all democrats and Bell tner. in
the North, who attempted to remonstrate
against the wrong and hazard of such
voting, as " I)oughfacei'," ." Union-3a
vers," ' Union Shi iekers," or "the paid
thireon. v,t e, eUc i
Si mte en '1 htitvlny I vt.
1 he iui i,:i w.'s tra I, as foilo :
) so tin r Pii'snmrMt.
l!i, l.mnn.l. .t'liiliiil V 17. I "'id
n,, ,),, nfihf. S,: ,tr ri ' t ' '
,,,.. - I have reer-ived a letter fmni
his Kxcetteney. IMwin l. Morgan. iov- c ow
Lnnnr of New Yoi k, n. lo,mg a pi . imiMe w.
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and irsoliilions anopicn ij .'fc.-.-- 'J Us snins JcmaH i,'u.ii'-y l yt ,
Ium of thai State. ftlvl despite hi. advanced ago, j., Cli,
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r .l 1 .i,ol New Yo.k " ttndrrs to the, the most r.id,. il nr.d exlromo AUlIt
lVeitdent of the United Slates " whatev. 1 (mi in New Knghind, and ii for t0t.
er aid, in nun and money, lie may re- ti1(i0 vlo are acting on tho il.
miire to emd.lo him to enforce th laws ( i , h (,puuCiuled ei his youthfuV
and uphold the niithotity of thol e ler.il
tioviirnment." This I uinlerstatid to lea, hoc J.
declaration ort'.ieir readiness ana wining- fii2-!0n. JelVen-.m iMviahaslrfiV.
vlavjholding Statts into submis-iion to On all in hi power to promt c pe,ic,
'Vdcral authority. l,f (.orrn,r ami .-,-
Pan At.ri.Miii, M.irilny, Jid,i
The Hour ini.rket tu-ilny if nut very art,r
Salei of 1,1.00 l.nrrul or sn,Tlin nt J j 4H(4
r.Xttn l)i l-ainujr tii.nim i uiirjr ai 6;,
! riiurinlitO rujtic.f, fUin$(,
Crn Moul l'.iiinylvaiiin, sM at $irj;
V l.vnt ia (hill l J"V ; Hilcf i f IU" bu.li
$1 0 i'i.r rid, tnil $1 4t(ii,l ft,r
ll.e lii.-l for J limi-.
C'l.rr S-ulos U S 000 Luri.elw r,ow at Ci
(lull 10UU l,ii-,!3 primo Sont)iernt.,liw
Prinifjlv.-inia nt .'ilj, una in r.-iuf t.
)ljo .-'idf! of t'unn?vhania k' TJijjTS'
t-coli t'loverct 1 -ilJ at 5i
bmlicl.i Tim-.thy nt $2 2,i : rinxnarj $145.
l'rovisi'iii! ur.'ull ; I'l ima ffniur i,J in
sword ntver rrcoiiriletl iiJWenees of cimdnn.
Military coercion ran never peipetua
ih Piistenco ofthis Union, When tlic
all'ections of the peoplo are withdrawn
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, " ., , . , , ' i lor pioposition. all the central slaveStates
Jias eaileu Snuthwurd. ' ' . , .
CasMiu M. Ch.v, tho Weil.knowniwo''oa'H't nn.Ummon yof the
TCn.nrkv Aholithmist. who ..aid 0U. ! rco,.!e in the gulf Mates would be (ound
county a visit during the campaign of
ls'i'j, and delivered himself of the vilest
. i .r . i. ct ...
i,.i il, nonnle: and we r.re elad I fc 1 ",c
t, know thut one or the-e remedies will vio(' w unhnpp.lv heeded ; and
,o,.n be adopted. It is impossible for!tl,lls U'J' ncted as spelldo.nd voter,
then, to avert it much longer. !b,furo ,1)0 of lUeir
Tf U now n ivfll nurortained fact that if , lilfT
Congress would adopt the Critlenden-Ui
Ab '-ili '.ion aeniimenls, is now in Wash
ington, laboring zealously for an a.'jjst
uient of our troubles.
This man when brought (o the t t,
loves his country even more than he does
his party and tho negro. Wo would be
glad to learn that more of his party isso
ciates would do like him.
We venture tbe assertion that the world
does not show a parallel : our Union de
stroyed ; tho functions of the Federal
authority paralyzed ; the good old Ship of
i i .. ... .. :. )... . r .
to ratify it; but as there are just enough '. l""eu uy i...
of traitors in Contrress to defeat every
peace proposition that may be submitted,
we know not what tho end will be.
Istac Q. Gordon, Esq.
This gentleman has for some time past
been attempting to out "Herod" Gerrit
Smith in his Abolitionism ; and he haa
nigh i.ucceede.1. 1 1 is outrage ms aboli
tionism, which he is retailing to his broth-
The" Irrepressible Kopiihliciris ai)outpl. ,nomors 0f tho Assembly, are unpala
Wh!ngton are still afraid that u secret j t;t)e t-, at loast three-fourths of his on.
organization is being organized to seize the J stj(upnt3 j fi,;s county, and we believe
C.ij. ilol and thereby prevent tho iuiiugei-i (.i,, ),,., ,. ; tho District. Abolitionism
ution oftheir " Irrepressible " brother l,lM( t)f; Chicago riatform may be palata-
old Abe. This is rs usiiii!, the guiliy id-j Lie to a
way. become alarmed first.
Washincton, the master mind of a .letter
son, and through all their success, down
to the nigh approach of a parly, who, dis
regarding tho wat iiiugs from Washington,
Ac, conceived the unhallowed purpose
of " drawing the geographical line," and
thus by " might to itilo the right," or sink
the noble old Ship with all aboard. Ver
ily, ther6 is a grievous fault somewhere.
Our National Tronblei-
It seems almost impossible to believe,
yet accomplish tiieir darling object. The
friends of law and order, tho friends and
upholders of this country and her institu
tions, have no more right to tolerate this
species of fanatics, than so many hoise
thieves for both are alike destructive to
good morais and tho future peace and
welfare of our conn try. They arc as dan
gerous to our political ytem as the small
pox would be to our physical; and il
nothing else will bring them to terms,
they mutt be dealt with in a more sum
mary manner. We have no more right
to nurture and protect this class of lazi
roni, or national I'estrtictiTes, than so
many foreign physical by diseased persons.
They are more dangerous to our liberties
than all the Kuropenn Towers combined,
and their banishment from our Northern
States would only restore peace and good
fellowship among us, ai wo havo enjoyed
it heretofore. If eggs and brickbats will
not silence '.hem here, as it has done in
the South, bcyonets und halters must do
it. Tl.o American people have a light,
and it is their duly, to protect themselves
against every species of evil, whether at
tempted by citizens or aliens; and if we
now neglect to banish tho Abolitionists to
Great Britain or llayti, where they prop
erly belong, we will hereafter be.bound to
bear the anathemas and curses e-f untold
millions of our race. If weeonticue hero-
but it is nevertheless true, that whila we f protect, and counsel with
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are in tu midst ot a National revolution , ,., ,,mil.-u,, w;n m0st assu-
it tl.'u niom.-nt. wo can as vet sec no hope ' ,, . , f ...,.,!
majority of the northern portion i " " " ,o ou ' . . . hcr(l W " ' ' " ;
lofthis Assembly District; b-t Clearfield ; It , true, white some olmVm' "Wn ' " -
county desires to bo represented by some . Le..j.iiaturei aro attcmi.tinL' The Signing of the Secession OrdV
IT r a -ni Tf rtrnennrrf.
Oar rolilicul doctors at liar. isburg re "" person tnan ine -w oo'.en-uuu,,. ,
.... ... .i nh'.lantroinc cent inan who is now mis- - . .
till adm niaterins the old panacea the , ' fc , own Pennsylvania Leeis
, . , , , , representins us at .larrisutirg, in me per i . . . ,
n, ,-.uti nhitform- with the avowed ob-, " ' . . . s 1 heretofore been tho bca
- . ., , son of I. (i. Gordon. ., ,. , , .
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11 r.'.llin. '.
roublcd waters, our
lature, which has
for mil'.enium the " iirepressiblc con
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tiereio,oieou,-me.i ..c13U, .... e.-.- i oa(Il to S11 t,0,.t ie Chicago rUtfotm, as
ture have not deemed it .nectary to ad-; .s f( JiU brolhep nwm
verlise tLeir pat.io.imi, but allowed tlr, (o hM u k wm t,0 ,,tet an,
con.-tituent. to judge them by their ncle.1 of . . upQn lhJ othcr
.Now.jiowever. smce a i..rg r1"!111' ' i hfiml the Constitution is very seldom al
lheal have been elected tinder tho black 1
r rom II couuuet, in mo iiousr, c niu; . . r .1.
. , , . sing itself into an entering wedge, for the
ed to believe that a mistake must have . . , , .
, . , purpose of bringing about a dissolution of
been made that he must have taken un, 11 6 ? .
tins caiuo arcu. .umuu-ss sucuis m
the hour. Aoolitionism now controls
I the Halls of tho Legislature, ytnd to
J those we say who aro still asserting, by
! their act. and speeches, to roll on and
spread tho emblems of Revolution, anar.
Tho Chai leston Mi-rani thus describes
sted Kovstorie of thc "ccne mtending the signinC of tho Se
cession Ordinance :
"The scone was one profoundly grand
and impressive. There were a people as
sembled through their highest eprcjenta
live ; men most of them upon whose
heads the snows ot sixty winters, had been
shed patriarchs in auc the dignitaries
ofiho land-the High Tr ests of the
Church of Christ reverend statesmen
and the W'so judges of the law. In the
midst of tecp silence, an old man, with
iKiwed fo ni. and hair as white as snow,
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necessary lo ,L- ,.mv, ...... ..t ( ,1,lmilintit, (.0,,,iition to which the teach- "L,V, I ; """'"""i with upraised hands in prayer to Ahr.igh
the dottie oi uiq lapuoi in muc m
extent their unholy iurjioses. So far
their legitimate duties aro concer
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iney nave aonciery .u. .e. WasV.ngton. The sontimsnts ol John
o ooscrve ur a uui.rr i i ' ; i!,ownim must be repudiate I beforo two
On t(,i ?nth in?'.. M. A. Frank. Ei,
A rain 1!i..',m. ..(' Pik t".i iH'ui. t,i Mi I,
M, lir.iiusr, of I.afrc:;c tovuiii;,.
In l..iiborlars, m Tlmr.Jtl.iy, ll") 2ti i
Atsiis I , infant ton of Michael fit,.! l.tu
Ai s in, lint rr cliil.l, aJiu
1 Lv v .ri-o'.v nil Im.o ueasoJ,
I ur ll-avoti his taken a child io :rm,
'l evorli.iUii toco."
Iu Lmvrcu.' tmriuh i), on tLtl):h inst
Iiii.tl.crin. Lures. . Dow, n.'i of Hiw ii
f 1 All.ina Ma c, "fai'J I! yoarj G m,ntii u'.
"is , .. .
' Too yonnj to Vnow wroiij, or bo tried by .-
I On thn 2tli int.. M.nv A., J:iuj;hiriil
j iiol an I Elua .Slia.ra'i., a'il I (ji,i 3 a
' UU'1 -lavs.
In I'ccaaria t'xr.-l ip, on tlio I
Joun hiLLjS ; sgi'vl sbout CO y.arj-
Tfi'ni.ic mm:,-viii bfxi,f-i!-
I lie s i!-, nt tb bits rt,lcm-e t '
country, or to inthiiiio popular prej.idi.-e.s. Aja.,rj.( ae4.4J0., in l.a.oncs i
I'heir example is worthy ol imitation j f ei conntv, on MuNDAV. tim i
hided to by him.
flag of AbolilioniMii, it septus to have been be ,. , ffom ,he chy, and despoiim : look well to your
a . . 1 a ! .i . t t. C . t y .-,1, ai. . ! ABB,
90mCin.M and doctrines of the Chicago I'lat-I' outraged people will yet supercede , ty Go for hi. biasing and favor in this
w an , . , , ., , i you ; your ears may not bo saluted by tho great act of his people, about to be con
d Hrm have brought it, some other coun-, J f .,dow thc lm,aled. The whole assembly a. once
niec,';sels must prevail at Ilarri.burg and al cr 01 aown "na , Ij-o.e to its feet, and with hats oil', listened
Notliinu that has occurred in the pro
gress of this controversy has been worse
timed and less excusable. If the Govern-
f orwl I nr.iln'lir nf fW Yol k desire tO !
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preserve the Union, a tender ot men and ' -
1 . - . i .. : .- I 1, In linrrr ,l,il,l n,li.l,.
money under promp.ings oi pas-ion, pi'-j-udice'and
excitement, will not produce
tho result. At a time like this, when the
horizon is overcast with clouds; when
darkness and gloom are gathering close
around uh, and when wo behold notinn
hut dineeron all ides. some little
dom, discretion, and prudence i expect
ed from the representatives of thf peojde.
I hey ought, at least, io reiiniii iroui mi- jc j,,,, (.K!lVf a wrl.rs ,.hilrn.g fru
ding fuel to the llama that burns with ut- . H, Wa mimiu.iui'.J t-i baibu in tbo J'. untof a
must intensity now. It -vould haye been ti..n,
far better that thesu resolutiotn had r ev- j And woar iUJ all ajes un unf. Ur; en-.
r betl adapted. .... I At l'n r-bbneo rar M )'iit niu
In 17'JS and 1700 the action of Virginia ihnrf-'sy, i'lm inst., .Mr. J.,hn Wm.i. tnj.
was niarKeit ny calmness, (ngniiy mm m.
earnest desire to preserve the Uni' ii,
without prejudice to the rights of the
Slates. No feeling of resentment toward,
the other States wiis manifested by those
ureal men in that day of peril and trial.
No effort was made to produce estrangp-
nent between the ditlerent sections ot t'.ie
tlK lull if.
ill d iy..t
when events are hurrvini; us on so rapid- 1: L'AKY n. xi, ut 10 ucio. k, a. in., tbo fU
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lv mlo imvi Istrifp. proieny, i
Nothing but a seneof duty has indu
ced me to transmit this prrani jle and res
olutions to the two Houses of the Genera!'
Assembly. The threat which is conveyed'
in thorn can inspire no terror wun n cc
inen. John I.rnina.
The m?i5agn and accompanying resolu
tions werertad, when, on molion of M;.
Resolved, That the Governor of Virgin
ia return the resolutioi-a of ll.e Legisla
ture ot New York to the Fxecutive of that
State, with the request that no such res
o'utions be again sent to this General As
sembly. Kiiode Island. To Rhode Island, the
last State to cotno into the Union, be
longs the honor of being the first Stat j to
repeal tho Personal Liberty act upon hei
statute book, ei acted with a view of nul
lifying the fugitive slave law. Then
can be little doubt that the Governor w ill
five the repealing bill hi prompt appro
val, as he was elected as a conservative
in opposition to the regular Republican
nominee. If he should not, the majority
is sufficiently large to pass it over his veto
by a two-thirds vote. Tho exampln of
little Khodo Island should be promptly
followed by all tho Stiles that have passed
objectionaolo acts. And. above all, Penn
sylvania should not hesitate. Her act of
llurn, Co-.s, Wa'ins, Plo.'s, l''o,Dr
Ps-F, Ijce.'S, oi;. Al ), o lot of App't'
grfrn n,l dried ; t. wparcr'i
LO'JM, with Cxtiiru.
All tbe IIousctioM l iirnitu f, (.'ou-isiirjit
of licd.i nn'l JI.. J lin , iihoiIt Itlitn
butinu, ( hifiy, ('ii,'ii,ai Jj,
('hair.-., l'..l.', Kft!iv,
Aiol various other uni'-lo" tjo numfrniitU:
lion. JA.Mi: T. l.L'.'.SAF.:
I'lenr6elil, Jan. Z, sf I.
l.ll MS l it ATOM s xoru'ii-i
vf Adiiiliihirulion bavin- bin t.
i. ti 'l t.i tlio uii.i,:r.-i;ni! I on tin
S L.SAN AltlKrtV, late of Lanrn.s-sta.
. el l c.unly, (ircoatoJ, nil n-r-,,ns in;!1"
.a: I cstalo are renii'-stcj to tn.ibi iur-
i fa vim.' nt, an.l tin .so hai in? claims scs'w
Miiao !ii liresoiu uivin ,iuiv n in ii "
sottUinont. J.-i. T. Ltn.w
TW IV A NT IT.
-...I . -. -ii I..SU IU III ltd, J.r. "i.ii ."'
tyrant," but do.vn Uh the traitor will (0 totichin;; and eloquent opi'Cfd to tho 1317 may not be as offensive as those ad
Lava been printed praying for nonlhi ro:l ,.ouna 01. tl;0 nnlion wiU he
erection ol a lioom at jersey .mioic ; mm
iw movement is also on foot to erect one at
deluged in blood.
soon resound along the hill, and valleys
of Thii. Commonwealth, and perhaps lur
ther, if our Representatives at Harrishurg
All Wiso Dispenser ol events.
At the clo.su of the prayer tho l'lesidmt
opted by other States since tho passage of
Citizens of Clearfield county, aro vou nd Washington refuse much longer to
Muncy. I ,:,,: to 1)fl represented at Harrisburi.' as 1 give us indemnity for their past trcache-
Thc following proceedings -vere had in' Abolilioni ,t3? If ot can U.,0I, Mr I ry, and security for their future good cons
.... ft W-..1 .....
UO IJ HIHJ O I . UIIVSUII . 1UO. . . , . 1 1 .
' linrJni. to i'(s L'n nn1 l'O home
Bv Mr. Duncan ; a supplement to thei Z
duct. Thoso whoso servants yo are, will
ot the Convention advanced with thecmi- ' '
secrated parchment upon which tas in.l ions are disgraceful and demand prompt
eriiicd the decision oi tno r-iate, wun ine
great seal attached. Slowly and solemn
ly it was read unto the last word dissolved-
when men could contain themselves no
The Nui.i.inc.iTioN DirricLLTV of 1So3
How it was Ncitled. Tho politicians
who are opposed to a compromise of our
et incorporating thc Tyrone and Clear . PoMTtCAf. Clehiy men .-Tho follonin, is ! rV.. ' " . i, ' ... k , budding, reverberating, long continued, present sectional d.U.cuity are constantly
.. .1 i, . D" uiu e uunca ail UIMVCU ut n ovh Ol U'll- .0m is iijhi,,, n Hit iaoi: oil nti I V Will. I III ' iKtm-nsi? In 111 A r.rl4W or Si ill LII l.lll'Olina
i . , . i , I iiai irouii romi.Rii v. .r 4 vn ..v.., ..v..v....-v.. j .v.. o - ' -
Mr. Duncan moved to suspend the rules ----- --- ldii nearteu aooution nirenug, nuo imvu loss oi ureain. in promt, siavu su.-iivr, iiu.iiiie.Huun ui im.,hiiiui uu-j .m us,
. . ,-n li. ...i ... .1 lonner, and a shout that fhook the vn
not stand still much longer and see their ,..h,' ,,.:,. ,nna ,,;
modilicotion. Patriot t Union.
irtUTt lVITU IV NTs IT,
'(UK CSIILU.tlON IV ANT IT,
"T nil. i. ci:iitaini.y r.Y,
end proceed to the consideration cf the gross, in 131. by that venerable states- been rjot,jn . treMOn against their friend, j the Convention itself wailed the end with was put down by force of the Govern
hill. I man. Thomas II. Benton. Tho snecch r' n:.. r.. .u f.t,:..- i beating hearts. The members of the Con-1 ment of General Jackson. Without, ii
The motion was not agreed to; and the' KM delivered about tho time the thrceJ , A . ? " vent ou then advanced, one by one, and the present connection, referring to the
h;n . rr.-,,.d t a ,?n fommiiton mi . ... .. . , now Lave succeeded by a specir. of false ..iod their siL-natures to the Ordinance, widely dillerent state of our political af-
Kailronds. ttousuml N ew l.nglanJ Clergymen t- I)retcnceB uvunlly asaumcd by all dema-'nfter whicl'. in the most tumultuous ap- fairs now from what they were then, it is ,
Py Mr. Gordon ; a supplement ta the tempted io over.awe uio country wiiuigoguC4 an(j r.inatjcl We warn you ' rlause, the l'rcsident proclaimed tiie.Mato suineient to say mat tliat uilhculty wasj
Act ereating the ccunty ol' Cameron. ijiatent Chiistiainty
i... . r - i . . - . ii ... . . ..
.. - principle oi ifiigiuii ; me reunion oi an
i.' i-' .... -,i i nations consecrates it. Its abolition can-
lii- erred to tho Committee on Roads, . , .. , - ... .
., ' i . , I ,, , r.ot be enloraed among Cnristiatis on (hat
Jjii-.ges, a. d t una is. 'ground, without, reprouching tho founder
i . i. . i : x r i . . t i . . i .
4 l.ill i- now .mndinir in iho Hon -t nt:ir iyiiB....i. lua.ij n.m iiiiiik mum
I against an outraged and deceived constit-, . ,. ,, wpe'. wi ov : ' rrc.oii, Out by a compro-
I C C Mill Min In ' I l1I.A Ulll, 1 .t.i..i .Intoni.ilA.I n n
I lib I ii ii a. i v j , in iot, jtj uui viiiviiik uuiiiaiiiiL u m i s-
' , tires of crit?vanc v the rieul or inoJ-
themselves. Tue Crittendcv rRororiTiov. The N- ifical ion of the taritl'of 182S. which bore
Bieii.We hope our readers will procure
the late great speech of Senator Bigler,
a Ni) you woi'i.n hvvi: ir,
only kne' bow uiful, lion- in-tru:t"
bow ontertainirj; it i. AV ref.T to tin
brst," that largest, imwt itistructi v, tn .l
tifnl, mm vet el.ennest jurmil in 'lie
the IniH.)h,)U, for tbo farm an I for lb (
vit : tbe
You want it. bccauno it coat nn ft.
new and useful diiouli.'ns, bint-, an, I i;
about all kin.l-i el' out .1 . r work, in tlie
intlie Kiclil, ia l!m Oi-, b.inl. on tin link
crn u ml. iihout .t.jinof rii" nnianib. stc.et:,
A ii icnlhirUt s ii..t il talo r.lia.'h of tin
ituti', euL-li roos tho ruundj frimi orn1 p
mother, but it is lillo I with ni.iv i..u-ur.
m.it ion, erery wont of which is rcl'mb!,
premred ty honest, practical working
know what ihty writo about.
Kill: h Volume conlaiiu many humlrcb
ful hints, iin.l it is c.rtain that mntr
hints wi'l each bo worth to you luii"
Isr. An an exinur.lo. a subscriber ffnl-1
nhtiiinfiil h hitiiht-U morn t.r AtTO OU S
field of wheat, (or in all SO buheli'iiT1
s hiiU about preparing seed given in sij-
liin'tl." ...Another myn he obtiiinN
yield of 11 biiihoU of corn pi'r arre unl
acre Bebl, aql with noextrt co.t for '':'
. I I i. t .... J .ItufitL
, unn v nff on a mil-, i rnin iuo I ..ii
r. in vtlliiifor.i ..v; hi ..-.! ilZt WJt'
(foo l garden Timetable,, which as
wholly to Ihe timely hint! in the
which told him frointims to time whs'1'
to do il, and wh.-n to do it. Thousand',
tional Intelligencer, in reply to the objec- heavily upon her industry. It wa upon f " .derived fim.inr advunt.Ke-.
tion that the Crittenden Compromies es- 11,18 ''.e that she made preparauon. 'or,-"- ..f-
, , ,. . , , .... . teeession iroin ine union, in uiu iieisu.., ... .,....!. . i A
. tabh dies slavery by Constitutional enact- ,,. ,,;..,.,!,.. f.. ri ntrn, .1 u ! tm.r."r. Utt P?rf ..' f cb,"ce.. .,
nn, -iituvuiw. -a.t.it.j .... I'lihimhur mil ill jfributd anion' ui
Vtn iH.KiioIn.a r.T u io ftil nfrmfttioii about till kind' )
I . i. r - ... ..ii... iiii
..i ! .: ..... .. i i o
M1 Vl'.l Villi Inl IHIIn 11 IP I1I1W flll'H f (I 111 ...
j.t Han isLurg. provid.ng lor a resumption ...p.hinu m-ainst ii h..t f i,u had I,ip i clt'luerea 1,1 "o unueu cimes oenaie on ment in all territory herealter to be ac- Tariff Camnromise Bill, which obviated .1,. nr...n. win...r
nf snpi-in iiuvmimt bv the banks of this iisii-i'iiin whi-thpr thpv hnvn fulfill orl 1 1, I the 2 1st instant, tho Tondinit question ouired south of the old Missouri line, the obieclions of Scut ii Carolina to thn I Your wife wants tho AiricnUuriii,
t,i. ... iu Mi.il.,n i,( ini'CMidi of Christ belnrn tliov nssuini. a'lioin( on Mr. P.iidor's niiipndnipiit (o thn 1 . ...... .Black Tariff of 1828. The bill passed, and hns a lar-e ani:unt of viiluablo "
lillli:uii- I'lll . .1 V'll ll.r rii.".,,. ... j , , , , , o c llltivij omj a ! . . . . , . - .
, . i .- li llioi in minci i"i ii v over mill and Uliuer- in... ,.,.ni nIX(S r'L.L- .. . n cuuu nm mcntu
ICOIIiarv. lcO. miu I' ri isan ius.uu- ,- i.i i- ., ,. ,"m.,'.,..v.. i,. i,u. viii.,
x . ' . ., e . liike todo what he did not. Io the poll- i i t i n
tions with banking privileges tram the xc-mM wn0 Hre engaged in the sanieoccu ...
nenalties incurred by their suspension on pmion it is needless to vivo the like ad-, never claim tiieir intention again. 1 lie oi compromise ie noi sjieenuy projiosed theStatean.l the General Government. v.,r .i,ii.irnl. th. iarhnti"
. . . . ...I I .1 . .. ' . ... .... 1.. 1.A 1? A..1.1.A. 1... ..J fl.A AA..!. . ... , - - - u
the I'Jth dav of Noveinher last. 1 Ins nr- moniuon. my imvn mrir vmwsanu ine great lengtu oi ine
rai.L'oinent may. as it no don bt does, suit TlTlrZ JIT?7 l'"1 us U PuUi
, Cl UV iiiiiiinia MitJ rictt' in in nit- v?ti!i i ii .1 a .
Ihe banka very we'd; but wv doubt very , Tlmi,-binTnl.,,,, U of hU nm 1,1 ..! ''all give that port
icli, whether it will s.tit the peoplo as to tench it they will do tho things ti,Py ( iue. which iwar immediately tmon the
All we have to say upon this subject is tl,( . I iy, such as Goneral Jackson and ' srork from a .rrct to cellar. i.ei
uld to express the opinion that if some form Mr. Clay, wvre for compromise between ,h,, '.,p" TlT'on'
The of compromise be not speedily proposed the State mil the fit-noral (iovornnipnt. I .. ' .... 'a.
o t . i t ll- 11 l l . tour ruuuron wniii m
speech will necessary "t 1118 KPPocan leaders, tne peopio nnd the compromise was made. Our contdnia very intercstirg. useful nD
nublis'iin" it but w 'll "dopt tho Crittenden plan over their troubles now will havo to bo settled in ' ting department for jouth and rhiU"'
1 ' "heads, whatever objectiona may lie 8nnie way, or not bo settled at all. CVia- will of nret v.lu. to their ininJ.sJ
tionof it in our next against It in a political sense. ton Dcm. The abor. aro truthful sutaiuenM.'
t3u The only fountain in tho wilder-
wo.l Asa eenernl thinL' thev like to hto ought no'., and leavo undone the things question before the country ; and we hope
,l.l..i.. r. i. ;i,;i;.u. ia which they oug.it to do. Slavpry wiU to bo able to announce to our readers in nesa of life, where man drinks of wate
uivu-.m. ...... rnu-i t, course of gome L-enerations.'.. .- u. .t . . : ...... V ..... . . I d.nlv n.
other people are usually compelled to in ,ev'eral f the States whore it i.owx.i,bbto,V"u',ub "Tonm 1 - . 7 u"""".u w,ln r"c". per win neroauer uo conducted uy mi- " ORANUE Jl'OD, ra1'"'
ehearfullr Htteated to h nearly a him
... . . i r.i,. ilin'
l3uCharles D. II incline, s.q., having v . iBVi,.,i . ,r. . ,in?u v.toi'
disposed of the "State 8entinel," that pa- Ag icul urin, which will eoit only I'.'
i ry iv lor ism . u - , ,
il,v whon thov havi, no monev wheicwitli ;.t. nd ceasa unon the aamo nrincinles tenuen-uigter proposition
to satisfy their eroditori jots which it bus. diaappeared elsowhere.' land we .ball have peae.
Give us th'V' which gushes forth for h iiu in the shady t liam B. Sipes, Eiq., as an independant po-'
recess of domestio life
I Jaa. SO, 1S61.
41, I'ark Jto.