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Ithaca journal & general advertiser. (Ithaca, County of Tompkins, N.Y.) 182?-1847, May 28, 1845, Image 2

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: th e e s p i r i t i o o o f s b i h e b^- IfoiHs Hfrff, Traix'y returned fromHicr dm e and cqv aroused hen ' and cities, ■JSi5SI5S^“*'~‘i — ;gS,?K£;II5s“:SH *ihspifiahle aa -^rqu-believe nH>.” i Ho turned, ofcxci&c, in «icir rcspccliye t WlTked slowly across the rooni— opened the door shall or shall not g rant hccqcc! —gave one look arotrod. Sli<^ a p a f bient as if to loxigatlng liquors, imprese oh|yj,e .diefit ®oipory. ^ 2 'I’he otBccns closed- it iafier him. and %Y‘thoat, mounting a hold town niettings, or w a re ----------- _ hSrse or uaiiig aean^S*-'* fiem the ter officers, at the place o r places oflrold &wcflin«-fXv^ tio longer bis hoii)e,j and tviilked iiast prececJaig town inecling or elcctio: © t h t o ^ . T - ^ ‘ ' ,, ion. the day specified to the first section, 1 ^ For a lorth-tude Isabel sat-immovable t^-lietd .a t the timqofday, and in the <5«rdqn fead'Teft in r. At the espiritioo ofsbine ^ by law J«r IpHWs'ilfr.s, Th r n ^ A ^ ■_ j3|.H. 1EDJXOE. , May 3 8 , 1 8 4 5 . towns and citio cs for the sale of ii or ward, who lections for char- ifholdiug the Redveed Price ike Journal,-. . , , those who pay in advance, in onq pajt- imc.ntj the papers to be .sent to one office, w< wiil send 10 copies fo>- $14 ; 30 copies for 50 copies for $60 j lOO copies for $100, for one Gov. Wright's'Veto ^—-We last tveek spoke of iB sutlhCown'or ward fqr town Of ward officers, iftgia tbedireetidn ofthctOv'vn, tbkt he hkd not | worJs‘‘no. licence,” and, dejjtosUfe the same in,a box provided for that purpo$e,aucI the same shaSi Itjtpp^c - : 1 V ’ 'i£: yuTieasines 4o iiouhfho would sctlk aiteiy ^ day or two lj6.wa‘''tiH hik had temper hqdf evaporated, but he would tetmW at last.” T'his was )tbe‘ impbrjtant ity <f t for her to decide wfiCitherjshc shopW be' and iftg in tbe direetldn o f the SOvVa, tb^t i?0*fce<l her, and that she kaew fie^ was hot re-| box tbfnedd I . I hep- S : p r “^ ~ b f f io e .^ , in wfiich Uie i^oceedings ^ , -jfever bad a woman' i r a delicath oftowp meetings and chartler electrons in ciliqs, i;“«a «orse> adviser. Mrs.'T'rhccy c.\-^ress- are tisttallj[‘entered. All tfid provisions-of law \ “ fu tl 4:t indignation at the ilirtreatment her for ascertaining |th-Q qualifications of electors a t jn’s eon- tdwei Of ward ;dccHons, arid to punish false fearing and Ccandulerrt voting thereat, shall be v« j oiiu iiu.d her not to smpHeable to elections or proceedings under this give hcftioffairy uneasiness abouthfs fcavrng her, ^ t ^ to dctminne whether iieence falraU-ijir shall •’Mo Pouht b i would sulk ai^ y h. Hay or tw^ in' not be g rr‘ ‘ -'’ jwhiclt he objected as inconststertt with the act of ilB-12, and constitutional jdedges for the-redemp- fcon of the canal debt, he 'states belief |h i t tho assumptions upon whitch tljc conoluslon? > 3 if at such mecti,p.gc or clcctioi o suehiiieh eleetleetqrs tih-S\ ®r elections, e in such town or cityity jjjrcscntrese jr olieenci he la\-fill for j‘ f he Ji-Qm .any «ucli construction of the provrsjon# or policy of the Javy referred to, 1 A?* comprlmd tyholly to, drs.scnt, '‘l cih find no erjactmenis m that law, which, ih o;y judgem en|,»either fit lerm’s, or hy fair construction, or iimpucaUon, release in any degree,, or to any extent, p thor the genei-al obliiations ts pay eVery portron of the-debt, at the day, originally sliptliloted, or^ the epecifie pledges ‘imposed upon tho canal land moneys, which I-hayc before recited. The Gov. refers to the report of the c unfliit- tee who s a y ; that.ufitil after 1845 can 11 iqre he a surplus, and that the committee agtee with the Canal Cottrmlssionera that the u debt i lust be met as it fall? duo, and thaft there isleft tliesuin of $1,333,734,59 to be provided for the canals all available shall I 'this document and its length, and-find ourselves bven now uuablo to give more than a brief sy. KOV.. ec -After spealdng of the parts of the I or 1845, aAcr \applying , |bill he could have sanctioned, aridlkc parts to present means, the canal half mill las, all sur- the favorite ^ feat i|ri are founded that there is redliy, a surplus of $197,000 as supplied in the bilCare e'roneousl ;fand says - i “ In the first place, i f the surplus assumed ,did, jin iacit exist beyond the express requirements of the act of 1842, and beyond a sound aud faith- ful .aihuranec to the policy of that act, I do not 'think the legislature could make the appfopria- juon of it for a resumption of the work npbn the jUiifinishcd canals, without a direct infiingement id long c.xisUiig. pledges of the No sentiment^ is’ expressed in the docfifilcn| | IS^e^ch ^ f the, Bon. Gt^o. Some s i r but what ism pt;fici l^ceplng with pOvernof t colamps of the Daily Albany Argus of the 6th IVright’s well k n |wn opinions, and correct demyj instanji are occupied by the masierly and able ocratic views, and that'he will ho sustained in j speech of Senator Beers, on the “/Honvention his endeavor;'to f c u t the gates attempted to be ] Bill.” W e have given it a oarefulrpe'rusal ahd opetied for expenditnre, extravagance and in-j shalj^acizc the earliest occasion to lay it before 1 J Uf not •, doubt our^^r^ders. It will well repay an attentive pe. creased debt, we pave not a aouou , . m . rusal. The positions taken hy Mr. Beers are The Whigs ah\a Convention.-Thete is much duch as every intelligeij;t democrat will readily good sense in ly m a x irn , “ Wonder at nothing.” , concur in ; and they a b supported by a force o f If it may be said to be applicable to the move, reasoning whic|i the feelf.styled wbigsea«»ot « - Jlical world in'gt n c ral-m u c h sht. We have not time for-further-coraincnt and * T h e JlKr. Monzo Totter,]pf Ibis State, hasTbeen elected | Bishop o f T W vanisu Tiie irotc for him tyaa 41- j a cIioice'§9r can s.nfely be done, from the specific funds.” The 17ih section of the act of 1842 is as fol- for her to decide whether jshc shoiild be' and volin^baiToast<itbcir voles aslainj *11 the rest o f her life or noL and sjie im- it $laU’nol at, any time thereafter plorcd Isabel to lie firm—to true ro borsflfr»-“ 'the board or hoards ofexise of said town ir c’tVy, -to refer, jsidiH did not understand very clearly tT«-n, to grant to any person whdtcver any Ucmcc to * ' t what “being true to herself” rt alVvVas, but she sell into.iiieating or^piritoijr liquors or w ncs, in : i^ctetermiftfdfo act like--^^v?'omAB or*spirlt, '|WJth sodi town or city, u..u! suejh dtlerminafion shall provided. ! . .......... - - . . lavcbccnmade aaeifftna promises, t-be rhanaged jo becoihe fnl- the etpeiors o f any town, or city as hereinafter abJo'composed. ® I I provided, and w’hencvcr onpfou^ib as man, K- ‘ ■ cs of such town or cjly,.afc shall have election. up o n n u m e r o u s and, lo n g c.xisliiig. p le d g e s o f lii ;public, faith, and pledges loo, which \arc no' •Gj”i iprcssingly calling for fulfilment andfcdeipptiop/ for j The first of these pledges, to .which I prqposi hy. 'to refer, is that contained in the Jaw authorizing the coii.sti uction fcanal,” , wh aiifeyS befoi rpte© ^abA fore they wei purpose Is rot f ptovoi 1, who arrived isevcr- ere expected,, j Obstinate in ‘ceived them Iwarml5k aqd successful diverqu->n to her Oeldort w a s p ines^, and T tvordnn. 'CoHseienae was not wholly deM l-’Rtnesjf and anxiety coulil not be.cjoncealeidf and Mrs- Nr rrnanvnie soon became 'ijMstres.s!of her secret.; ‘ M-rs. Tracey found in hcij an able co£|d- jlitof,' and every day Isabel’s indignant stjnse o f h%F thjufics ihdreased. SheActerrained to proye to Iiim h?r indifference, and nppa several' oeqa- Etons, cqmpany was ipvitld fi-bilfijtpwn t(j- meet her friends^ I . ° ° I ■ i - AttbcoKlprratron rtfa fijrtnight,Mrs,N<^rman. ^ ville began to grow weary of the ijuUne'^s ^df rhe chapter twenty, oi the cduutm and, she left her de-ir ffjidnd wljo h^d ing of j;strong orjsp'iritur3is sacrificed so much- fhr bar at tbojyery mpmenl . wuhont Jlicense J^iovidud when she w^uteJ sympathy.. ^ -When her guests bad dcparted,';^abel bcj her aunt to go to town and endohvor to ’ somelbing o f her husband. Xlrs. jTra< and returned w'th the inlcTtgpcc through one of fhlr. Campbrl'.’s tst -it. tSg (Jiy befiire tjo Gordon had gor& This was .sometmi , two Isabel yrastcd'ci ^ edfv during,' the Wolei y went, gleaned ,iig (jW’.oudn.BliQ^I, in wrf- tin g , req u e s t th e ju s t i c e s o f su c h to-vvij, or m a y ­ or o f s u c h e ity ,io p r e s e n t l b JA u egtion o p l i c e n c c , ’ o r ‘-no iLCcuce,^’ a g a i n l o t le eleetorsT tlmw su c h ju s t i c e s oraxlayor,, s h a ll, a t l e a s t f o u r w e e k s p r e ­ vious to su c h t lc c ti o u , n o tify th e clvcto r s by p u b ­ lic hoUac, pasltbi in three i iqui^icuaus placek in e tch to-.vn, aud in e,ach C ty, publi-siitd once p wfcek itj a newspaper, that the said question will be again prf'Suitctl for their decision j and the samesUali be agaix> dexidij.in the manner, and at the tiiiiie pruvftied for i’.i the first and secqnU sections of this act. ■ _ ~ ........ .. .... '— *’•\ I r o v isio n s o f th is a c t, u» city shall have de- ___ ___________ , _____(ball be grauU'd in such town or city, wh-iever a|uU sell by retail, aOy intoxicating?, cr'sp.jiituousj . iquors or tvines, or ih any manner, or by any dijv rpe^isliali sell by retail within\ such town ,or city, shall be liable to all the penalties imposed by lijle nine, of part first, chapter twenty, o f the Rejvisied Slatutts, forsell- ing of j;Strong or |sp'iritU liquors pr wineq, • w u h o n t J l i c e n s e J^iovided, itb a t th e rcsU ic tlo n sh a ll n o t t U e n d to a n y In qnsed p h y s ic ia n pj scrib in g o r a d m i n l s l c i i n | m c h liquo r s vqied. to grant itceiises ale mrding to the provi­ sions of this act, the boap I or board; ■ity o f the electors of i ltd VQlingi shalli have r city shalj 'ep'meant to fqtfil,, spe wouM no!: bdxevft that G<|rdan ilad rat'int what he paid--* had lirft her .Pi rever. She lis-tcne d not po the .srfialt voice which wbrsperpn to hpi; tbq stefii 1 resofn'tPn of hi;; raanneri She wodld not r. akoii Uponltbe knowledge which bpperic pec had given lierof b is character. ' Sho.Iistened rather,to her anntVassnranc and painted hi nr ill ififanoy rcturjirag to a s l h r r fordivcnass. s.choplcd |jjthis lessoik into fntu e propriety ; ^ d esep day indu- fated] rather lb is softene'd fqelin^ towards him. ' ■ ' , , - ‘ q, . -At, tfie expin tibn oF a fbrtniglft, a gentjeman callpi, who rcqi ested to sec %%rs. Gprtloni u|joa particular bqsin 3ss. Isabel jpined him immedi­ ately. The get tiemani w:as a stranger to |;®r.-ir. Site asked him t o be ‘ eafed, but. he dpclinei^ sav. ing he had rpeioly -h-'cn commissioned by Mr- GetdoU to place a' packet in h^r handsj ajfld as- snfe'l her o f the legolit-v: o f the tJocnmefii ,16 con- taintd. He ga Aliis:i lawyer in towfi aild the package. Jtcpnt to her and rrsi gximg all the, rights, tnirridg;^ with 1 er liad i ' J'e r ty . ' E q c fasrd w ith it hand hf (rordon— . enctesed paper m’»<y f\rve re \lici convince vou th’ t I am not t*ie roercei ry l^m g yon bplievc me*-- While I remained yontJuusband in fact, there was no necessity for eudj a document. No.w ih it that title exists on­ ly in'Hame, it is yours, antlsbopld you ever take ' ’nto ito the.'past, you wjll find icTt. 3jticai purposes. § 6,1 Whenever a majo town of city, present i It itceiiSfs a|c I or boards o,f e.xc se have the same power lant or refuse licenses, wluGb ,ho |)ax3a|;e of this act t charge shall lie mqde for such license. §7. In ca^* t!|o oversi ers of the poor, alia! 1 neglect for ten dayi to pro£ ecute for any p provided by title ninj,*, parl first, chapter I n:|^oY the ReviMd Siatiites, any .other persi riay prosecute tliejeforin the name of such of cer, by giving stdurity to tic court or officer t tore wtboni lie prosecutes, for’the payiuent o f all costs, if he shall mil |to recover judgm ent; and in stlcli case, if prosecuted to efftet, tlie penalty shall be applied afe sq'v p rovided -by law ; and any property uiadd neces,s2 ry &r a tavern keeper to jiavC to entitle Ifim to a ictnse, shall be liable to any execution tC be iss led, on any judgment recovered lor any sjdch pen tUy,c.xcepl such prop­ erty asi is now- cxerjtpt Iron levy and sale, by ex­ ecution and distresk for rcrit. § 3. The provisi|>ns o f this act .sJiall not cx- tr'jid, or in any way apply, to the city and ty of Naw York'; | ^ i §9. All law's cqriflicTing with ihe prov .of this act ,are|icrc|3y rcpealtfd. ^ 13. This act shall take effect immediatply.' of “the Gayuga and Seneca was passed on the 20th day of T h a t law declared that “ the imoueys appropriated shall form a part o f the canal debt, and bo repaid oiit o f the canal fund.” On the same day, the 20th of April, 1825, a la IV was passed to authorize ibo constmction *of ‘the Oswego canal,” which, declares, “ and the said fund hereby appropriated shall form a part jf the canal debt, to be repaid by tbo canal fund ” The term canal fund, ' applied at the time af and the assn. i signs 01 tlje whigs, in their suddi few Atceptions, united support o|f the convci I , . ;i . ^ ^ assbmed two positiofis--;lst, that Iho hluf hlngl in its ojb|cct oir bold in its execntioff, t gej^gc q f the people The.qjucgtlpnJ b f a Convention to revise the the holding of a ci Gonstitution of 4 li^ State, with particular refcA . p e n t Jegislalure, tJ.r% At»AO<ijrvfr | ^ ^ pluses from pjospectlve canal tolls to accrue i|p j long cea|!ed|“to Wonder” a t any new ^ o y e m p t few eX.ceptions, to and in 1845, and aftrr bonjowing, as far as'it of thia d|?6C^ipUp in ,Us ranks, Itot^evei tin. Itob.asure, by .... __ _ in the s c r ip t ------ --------- --------- .- ^ be q, cltargc on any money to be rarxcd_ tor canal purposes under the first section of this act, and on any surplus of canal revepue, after the pqy- mciu of the interest on the canal debt and all expenses for current damages, superintendence, repairs, and coUoctions, on all the state .canals.” Tito amount of debt at the time of lire pas­ sage of the act of 1842 as stated in the report of the commillcc of Ways and Means, was $1^,056, 406,22, b a t the eommiltee express Ibtir inalwlilyto make a cofreclc.xpo3eand the Gov, foots it up at present, a t $20,551,197 ; and all of ihis is to be redeemed and paid in t,wenty-two years from 1841, .at flic farthercst. After rCTieVving the payments made since 1811, the Gov. says theam o u n tof$l8,346,103,- G3, is wholly unprovided for, by any present means, after applying all the surplus means of tlic canal fund,-‘for t h e ’ihrso'years, and the the direct tlic stf.ck was issued, is : though not direct, tliat tli 3 revenues of the should bo applied to thq th e d b t as i t fell d u e . T h e 7 t bill fi r the construction of the Oicnango canal picdgrs the surplus moneys in the hands of the the suspension act ,60 more than the __ 1 passed and $1,29-4,317,1 , committee of Ways anA means, who reported., :tinguishmciit o f, tiiat Taw, estimated |,he entire amount of the ca- ■ section of the l-h^t time, inclusive of the bal- ,1 aiice of the Eric and Champlain canal debt. ____ Commissioners, unpledged by the. Gonsti- tutioi ,of the State ; and the sura pf $2i3f2,535, 66 of 1846 d gwen him over he? prop. it were these lincsiin the pnc’osed paper ra^.y s in some mea,s^ ire W convince vou th’ t I am not the — ------- the ttouhle-to inquire i tbe pasit, you wjll find that Ills provisions likvc ever been as strictly ad- liearqi^ to by me as ilfbis parchment bad ql .vays •been In existence. ‘C G.” Isabel ^ad through these pipers with stradiH i.xs and composure, and save Jhat her face be- frp 4 - g O X S f J T U T r O X k t i z M .tnm\ W asiuxg - - ■-Tox' T o T ii- A Ds-n.Na.NCE| S o c ie t y , o f I t h .^ ca . Artf L This Society 'shall be called ,tljc Marilia 'Washington Tulal Abstinence Society o f Art. 2., Etch member o f this Sociefy fball pledge herself to abstain, from the use of alt in. to x i e a t in g jiq a o r s , a n d e x e r t h e r influt-nce a g a i n s t the sale or use of the ^m e by otlfcrs. Art. 3. - The object of the that stock is payable on the 1st of January ; and $ 5 7 1, 3-31 of Caynga and Seneca ca ock on the 1st July 1S46. The Gov, He, the canal fund unable to mf'£t these pay. and carry ouf the provisions of the firet sectidn of the vetoed bill. He says :— '■ I c-rafrss my inablKty to find anything in tlic n«pension act 0.1\ IS 12, or in any other law, .vhich releases us from the full obligations of all these pledges to our pubi c creditors, apd I can­ not bring, myself to belkvc that the oath I have aken, will permit me to consent to appropria- ions of the montys o f the clanal fund to objects lot indispensibic to th'’ preservation of the prop, erty of ihe. fund and tne productiveness of its revt-mus, in open disregard and willing violation of the faith of the people e f the state, liius trebly pledged. It does no.t relieve my sense of duty, to say that the debts cannot be paid at the day. in any r an '/p en alty that the only question is, whCjthcr wc lapter iwenfi- pay a c&mparativcly small sura more, or ■ oilier person ibat day, as, in either ca.se, our fiith will “ ibe equally brtlken. The debto^. who pays all it pi is in his powc|- to pay, ina/ clatin to ha\!e saved izing his principles and his honor thijugh his faith and pfomise be broken ; but ho who does less thdp this, may not be able to sustain his claim.” The concIu|iion the Gov. arrives at, is that tlie aiih of tlje dfate is plodg^d to th’e paj^ment of hose stock^immediately th ?rea^ter the time spc. lifted, although no definite day is fi.ved, and [uotes various authorities t mding to his view of the subject. He sayq )■ “ I find myself relieved irom the ncccssitj' of (jxtending remarks farther |upon this point, as ' ieference to tlie annual icport of the coinm-ssioi qrs of the canal fund for the year 1841, Assui Wy Document No. 4, pages 38 and 33 ; to tl like report for the year lSl3, Assembly Docu­ ment No, 26, page 8, and to the report of the (io.Tamiltcc of-ways f ways and means of the Hoi No._ d 23 Will 'We are] rapidly I, tlbjugh it was or two beffire he turcE, statea the other day at that i f the ^irls o f that placi laii who would n o ttfgn mid chop tbcir|w6( ence 4 a'reslricj,! an upon the debUcrcating ppw-1 And^2A amendments proposed er of lji6 Legislature,has for some ye'ars agitated }_,y 4 e convention should be submitted in^eper- tfie Demobraliic party. Agreed in the olgcct to . ate parts or articles, for the judge be attained, there has been an honest difference * judgement, o tie p of opinion amonjf democrats, as to Clie means to ba used to-bring about the result t a large portion favoring the prdjtct of a Convention chosen di­ rectly by the people for Ibis specific object—othi ers preferring that the same question should be settled by the legislature. The discussion o f this point has been Iqft to Deraocrats,dividcd in opin­ ion, jThc suppliit o f the great measure of finan.- cial reform' has itlso been 10ft to the DemocrEjtte party entirely umted upon the principle of such reform. It is u-jineecssaiy to add .that duringjall this period the Whigs with an irisfmet peeidjiar j to themselves, have ridiculed without stint jhe debt-paying pol^y of the democratic party. It is true thall along with the agitation of the above question,! a reform of the Judiciary has proposed. But this is a matter which has iri'been disetosed, opposed or supported upon L evi t L elasd , the Quaker Temperance-Leg. ;$led the other day anWoimao^iet, TL_ . ple^evhe would chop tbcIr|w6od, d r a w ^ ^ ^ ter andteo all their errands them, j A printersAare proverbially «<>««■» Boston f a m i ^ > two exceptions. Accordingto the t a i booif juit lublished ift that city, E b e n ^ , Anlsew* k worth !223,0(M5, and T- Armslrtog $li5,=QfiO. Th* riminal court coipmenccd fB session at St.Li®. ' with one hundred and Jeve'nty cases |q I # ‘ the previous term, in'Iaddiuon to tbo^i^W- 'hicb. would bd found by hree.fourth4 of the above ei**; violations ^ f the licento la w ^ ' [N,ir,Exjird»* fror indictmi jury. liTcarly Ihi were for v'arioi Sjp’endid Project.—Our attention is called to the proposition of Mr, Asa. Wbitjnoy New yorkjfo qonstme a railway from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean, by receipt of bis address to the people o f the United States. Mr. Whitney presented a Memorial on the subject to both branches of Congress last winter, but a t noriate a period ,of the Session as to prevent a full exam­ ination and detailed report. It is a project of vast'importance to this country and to the wmrld, and if it can be accomplished on the terras pro­ posed by Mr. Whitney, we lib ^ it ^will^ meet with g; favorable re e e p |^ from- the next Con­ gress. He asks nothing directly from the Treas- I’ury, but proposes to construct the road bideralion1UV10;(»1VU ofi a cessionwOOlUil of landanu si.xty inilcsjJi4JVi9| wideV4W j * ~ ' ' I 0 W a V \Jl i l 4 ^parly!grounds, ind it Is evident that the project the avails of which of a Convention to effect this reform aloncj-could lamplain cai 0.1 th e E r i c a n d tjh v m p la i n c a n a l d e h t there will remain unprovided for after applying available funds on hand the'sum of $96,748,82 . but that a stock issued In anticipation o f hank contributions to the safety fund may pay this ofl’ and return the balance of-$I00,0Q0 borrowed of iho fund under the act of 4^842. Such is tlic prc;wnt condition pf the canaf debt without taking $497,000 fioiujiils revenues to commence anew the public work-s and tlie .facts stated, as it appears to niq, con-elusively show that 4 c operations ofllie laws of 1812 have ot yt I bei n able to commence a reduction of this 3bt, and only to retard ;ils increase, although very nearly one seventh part of the whole twenty two and an half years has e.^pircd, ?indabout,one seventh-part of the debt ought to have Seen paid, er the means to pay that portion of it ought to e been accumulated. An application of all as has been '‘before sden, le neved have bceniseriously entertained. The same re m a -k m i g h t be m a d e a s t o a n y o th e r d i s t i n c t matt' r, which jt has been shggested might be brought'before a Conven-Uern for consideration I he provisions 3. - The object of the Association sliall be'td promote the cause of TcmpcTance, and to ameliorate t!ie condition of the families of the mtrmpcratc of our village. irf. 4 . T h e officers o f th e so c iety bliall-Q on. ne.ss and composure, and save Jhat her face be. came deadly pale andhfrllpsYighlly compresgedf - she showed DO sirens o f erootion. “ VI? h at does he mean by thi.s she asked her stfint. pointing to the last scnteiice.in hcr^ Jintnd’s noie. >cot things had ta- to the point, and the. first time, that never since J lier husband ever drawn a igte dollar o f her-income. Ided up the paiii:'r3 and procce’tTed to her mom, and carefuilv loslied them upt; She remained shut up in her ch'amfaer all dart and fir several days after, on th\ plea of indisposi. tion, refused to leave it. • A tor tins, she fa’lowed r usual occupations ab-wif'the house, declining. Seifio'isly^atmed at tlie aspi ■iert, Mrs. T^rae.cy, answerefi' I ?ahcl lea^rite-for the. first tirui their marriage h ad her husband evei cheek or u-d i a.sitigle dollar o f her- in Isabel folded up the paiiiirs and pr her usual o ccupations ob-w howeVer, to vi<fit or receive ite health as the exen ■r husband, and disno She r U fa ned his unci isband, and d ) so on the patt o f the am .\Ieanwhite, G >.-don bad bis altcreil sitaalion. Tiie oldi gentleman w shed to mediate bo'ween. the irritated partici hut finding GorJoir immovable in bis resolutfo ho desisted, not, liowevsr, without some indigna­ tion it-thc tyjatment bis nephew had received-- a freling which all th\' family,'by whom Gordon S.S much bt I'lvcd, shared. Anxious to'aid his eephew;, and dreading that 2 d'espondeftcy within his domcsiicsorrows liad idhtSed, would h?V( . the , p'OC lie liad dope .some years be- auton under his auspices.— ‘uing now off/red itself, and lordnn, to liia great nra'di- I fire—t'i g t out A very f ivorahle opening ni he urged hi.n to ac-wpt it, Gordon, joy. eagerly accepted the proposal, and ately began his proparalions for cmharl VOSS'I; which waste sail very .shortly. \ Q t Iho morning which he'kfi-Rhiladelphiajn the ste.amhoat to join the ship which had dropped down below, a no'e, was put into his hands bV a , It was directed iu bis wifi’s hand. He it histily into his pocket, and did not open Lil he was oeC board the boat. - ft ran The officers o f ti le society Pre.'.ident, Vice ’resident. Secretary, Trtasu-rer and Tt n Mauag rs. The managers to he chd.sen equally from jach religious grega-tiort in the place. Art. 5. The duty of tlie President shall bo to preside at the rm clings of tl p society, to see that all plarrs! dfvised are carried intacS'ect, and hive the oversighfbf all it.s doings. Ic case her abcer.cr, the painc d u ti's shall fall upon tlic Vice Prcsi'li-nt. k.-i. G. It sftail be the duty of the Secretarj to keep correct miuiilc.s of be d li 'gs of the so. c;ctyateacli meeting, and all the funds rec.ivcd. aud ftom wliooi. Ait. 7. 'I’he Treasurer ihall lake chqrgf of all fu'iids ci:h r in money or goods, anJ kliep an account.of wbal is paii out, or distriuuicd and to-.-svlionri. f Art. 8^, The jluty o f l f c several manager diall b^ to obtain .? gners to the Tcinpe’rance Pledge^atnong the feuiali s, .to solicit aid from those f a ^ i’a.bie to the cause Ito seek out the des- titute and tfftlictcd and to ^report them to the society,'and t.agitht'r ciuld|cu ii.lo the Sabbath SdhooLsi - 1 - ; Art. 3. \This Society sliall meet weeks ait the difTertiat seesiJn rooms pose of.preparmg clothing moans tor promoting the o tion. Kacb meeting to be .\'t. if). There shall bo mmcsiresorrow , iiaa j and Treasurer s! fter which the offi' year shall be 'ichosen. \isitors pieading bo n ?, declining, l del- ’ey spuk04if attempt to •king in a im told y o u a r e g j i n g Uo In d ia . A s w e ?vcf Tnect again, a sonsa of ju-uicc to rtfyt- wolf as to you, in-iuccs me to rrlr.a^t any >n whidh I mad; when we lastMiiiet. I >U then that I believed your motive in seek- y ^and was mercenary. VY^n I said ibi.s from the influence nf”tempert these ar itiments, ami I ' find it necessary t' of mind to retract themi Do not riii; ---- - he purport ofthis letter. It is vyrttlten fijr nplc. reason which I have given, and no herj ' IsABEn G ordox ” Gordon tore) the letter |n pieCcs and scjiUercd upon tub waters. \Conclnded next w?ecl\.] 4t upon 3nodi4.a, after pal t ’le \balance uf Messrs Da|iis, of Boston. It i: nvestigation, lepenson, Howard &. IS as sinffplc as Fairp: icb like it ill prim ' when a straw is at^ed to [U. Journal. |t bpt k i ^ s the it. -j'i The March of‘ Intelligence .—.4 ballnfl was found iff the box-at a townrhip elktion in^Ohio,' endofKsd “ A’^o Schule Tack ' ! 1 , 26, page -ommiltcc o and means of the Itou^e < toe -Assembiy of 1842, Docuun.:jt No. 68, beiii report - upon which the suspension a | t 18-42, was predicated, pages 22 and i tliose means, as has been '‘before sden, le balance of debt all but a.s large as the whole es­ timate of debt, funded and unfunded, when Ihait law was passed. The spirit and intention of thalt act was certainly to extinguish finally this debt in the twenty two and a half years ; and i f that spirit and intention be obsfcr.ycJ, is there a sue - plus of the canal revenues now on hand author, iz a re-cominenccmciit of the work upon the uiifiiiished canals ? To me no proposilioti seems more clear than that there is no such surplus, but, on the contrary, that there is no prospeefbf an extinguishment of the debt within the time limit, cd, even witli the applicatton of the whole canal css tlie regulpr annual increases of f can be arreq|ed. On the first of Janaaryine.xl $2,362,536, falls due, and the $1,133,551 unavailjihle |8-42, was prcdi lent a body of authoriiy, a force o* argu indnd a concurrenceoncurrence of opinion,pinion, sellUngellung Ue k i^ a c ot o s lu dlruction I put upon these cciLificatcs, if wc df ciiaractcr, and conceded financial experi qnd skill, drawn from both the great poli parties of the state can settle it. In those rc-j t|ic palpable idea is strongly pre-tnud, lliat, c|er the opposite coustruClion, tlie pui sjtocks of ijiis stale are practicaj^* ined dnd our present load of dibt is to reaiai diHy'upcfn the ta.x paye.'-s of the stat.-, i fc|iaU be the pleasure of each suceeedn;; tiire to direct the means provid-cd for it tp soiiic new object of expenditure ; a tjnn which our yejiiuanry, upon whom ta; St \heavily ivdi not be like!' ighi teal dccrai.blf, in ca>c it g icg;sla. ..XE tion TO there is re a; A vill- able always falls to ijig to adopt of 4eubl. j Elite taining these wordsi I am eonsfrained tp emisidt-r these pledges as resting upon the n rjpys of the canal fund, after the constituti 11 pledge shall have been finally redeemed or Julyne.vt, ' ‘ itbout .a.d'rci mis for the 3-devising the ct* of the associa- )sed with prayer, n annual meeting of ;n address upon the :j 11 be given, and the all make their rc- •ers for the ensuing pledge list day of Julyne.vt, and th at this legis ciannoi, without a.dweet infraction of thei rbci these moneys.or any portion o f lk m , to objects of e.xpcnditure not connect< d n iih the pro. fiction and preservation of tiie propirly of the fluid and its revenues, and leave these stpeks Unpaid at the times fi.ved for their payme ’^teesetere pledges, as it appears to me, and brjtoud any provisions which could been, rightfully or properly cn-aettd, ib that oir anj' other. The stocks issued for the Black River C -vvu , pledged upon the ranal fund,' ainountiiik to pur- $^’00,030, redeemable in 1851 ; and $2,000 OOO best 4 ' Genesee Valley Canal Stocks contain the same guarantee to the holders. “ It is n'ot contended that these pledges, ri’sLing the canal fund,interdict the b.gislaturu Iroin The Cineinnatti papers ai orospecL of spi-ccly 'comni|tnic: Erie, by means of the radw|y from ihat S-'anduskey. Tlic addiuomS stock of ,$5( dred has s all been taken. | .i|o rt joieing over the lanication with Like “ \ ’ • city to > 00,000 J their pay-ment. bill, as the moneys not connected wit! . . curity o f e.visting work., have been removed freub existing navigation, hut to pregn :re dt jyisitco^toa final and kjfforkl, not e.xpectcd to be broiteht id Ihe^jiad^s of toe Green, expenditure of the appropriations, The 4main:s of D e WiTTpuxTo.v, it may r ! generally known, have beexp removed fre 3 spot where they were dt p quiet resting place amid the Wood Cemetery. [N. Y- Eve. Express. T h s S u p r e m e C o u r l on F f i d a y th e 16Ui in s t ., adinitU 'd to p r a c tise toerc in'^ a s A tto r n e y s , 108 persons ; a n d as f e 6 u n seIIors|, 51, Heavy Verdict. —.Mrs. E'iza Lctitia Yoatcs,of Lani-asl< r. I’a., lias revoverdd from the adiniiiis- irators of .Johii Ycates. E»q.!, her deceased bus. band, g. verdict of ,$20,000 d|amag.cs, and 6 cent; costs, for the non performance of a marriagt contraet.cntered into bctwqca wifo and husband, rviyed by whii-h the latter contract ;d to settle upon the 10 n case she survived 3 was to former the sum of $20,000 n case mm in considordtion of which she i quisli her dpweri iM k out f f j Cownter/eiL—The 6o!umbus> (Ohio) Statesman says, ftiai a stranger was ar-4 r.-fited in that place, a few dajrs since, in attempt, mg topass so.nc counterfeit notes on the Sene- ca Comity Bank, Waterloo, ! n . Y. A-hburtion, is the young American lady > at mtunied a short tim | ago^s having been mai ried m Pans to a descendanfof the famous 'IVm- plar m-ylvanhoe,”—Count Qlivia de Bois GuiJ, A Northumberland newspaper, rcportin<r the f the north dock ati Seaham, observes S aIlow;ed to |cnter ix the who was imiBUtt was anuweu to jeiuer IN THE P re £ !E OF TteE M arqei S'A kd M archioxess of L o .\ ind,interdict the ;<,gia making any ajiprop:‘.ations from the canal r;ve­ nues for objects of new expend it ore,, uiiti tin sc debts ai'e 'paiii, but simply, that ihc leg ture cannot wiiliout an infraction of thestd ' illy ui es, equally tlie tax payi alions of tin i s mjust to ihic public creditors an rs-ofthe state', make such appre manner means nettessary to meet ih'-se as they fa'll due, and at tiims, and in a nu directly raleulatrd cither to d.feal, or. to 6ost-j pone their pay Hence this oljectioi to* this bill, as the moneys it proposcs-to appr ate not connected with the preservation ami o f exi>ting works, or the improvement of Ticss with amount avdiiablb to meet is but leaving $1^. .63,984 unprovided foi unds $434,S 31 ; still leaving even could toe last mentioned bo used , ,$734,752. T h ’s is atJup larger by $103,476,15 than the whole surplus of the cartel revenues of tlie last year,over anjl above the ejurrent payri ged upon thqm, 'indepcnacnjlly of an; to the Einkiriig fund, and ,1-h lart year largi ly exceeded H tc , therefore, is ecrtaifil^ andnoncto.be anticipated cal:al year,ear, unlesislesis present na< y un demption of this stock is to pufp'jsc of applying After remarking upon t! w hich he sai to be applied to its construction. The road when coTnpIeted to be the property of the nation ; a lig h t to ll or fre ig h t o n ly tO; he c h a r g e d , .suffi­ cient merely to pay fbe expfenss ar.0 &cep the ad- in re p a ir. I f th e ro a d ifesw e rS th e e x p c c la- Thc b e a t questton of financial refo/m, has like j^g pjopnelor, it will secure to us the Aareffs rod swallowed up all othef minor-ques- Qommerce o f Chinn and of all the countries sit. tionsjthat have |effn'prescnted in connection with the.Pacific. In fact it yrUl revolu- the ilea of a C|nveutic(li. j ionize the commerce of the woild, making the U iSder this stjite of facts, and after havieg-ap-^THited States the centre of trade ; and ultimate- pose i vigorously thq “ presciyation of the public j of influence aud political power. The estima- faitl” which the democratic party has made the ^ost of constru'ction is 50 millions o f dqlHrs, cardinal princbjlc of its state poltey, th<j whigs j additional sum of 15 millions fo.* inf-crest hav( all of a sijtddtn fallen desperately |n to*\® . before the road becomes productive. JMr. Whit. XV tl toe idea of a convention and for what end? j jg about starling to cxpioi'c an J partially sur- W h atnsw exigencies have arisen ? what crisis, y g {.uudred miles of the route.. Succeis unexpected and|big with the fate o f our jtate h’.m, ^ tcrcsts,has prcsqntcd itself, to call for this change ' ago, thq S: “plague: sppt/’ ish torylsra, rather than 1769 Washington refused t| visit to N.-W England,. bec| to come into the Union,. aa< le ais 4Panada. And tns are as alien ijn' pi ItBfi.i II is too bai ago jE h p d e leffand. ” I.” Seventy rtiaedifc.;, * ty !zyotoim M 4 were in ItBfi.j I t is Dorr lies in \ a dungeon 4br inaintaininj great principle that made ng a nation. pass thro’ it on lui j use itatiffly-reified ( was as much to day a portion'of ncipleus amajority that Thomas \W ■ Ig tte Methodist Contention, atlLouistilUj jty.~rA vote was taken in the Conyenti n mf the t ith May, and the following R e flation ailOpte^with - but one dissenting voice.*—f ' “ Resolved by the Delegato o f the several An­ nual Conferanccs in ihe Somh and ^onlhweslCra States, in General Coaventipn asscMiteto T ^ %Ve cannot sanction the aetton o f toe hate geffeE. . al confeiepees of the Ij^etBodist Episcoih^ feryf b f rematnijfg; ai jurisdietioa o f tors hofiy, tng ipjury to toe Church, on thesnhject of si under the ecclesiastical jurigdiel without deep and lasting iniary of the church and the couplryjw e , therefore, hereby instruct the commijlltee on organkafioa a t if, u p o n a c a r e f u l esam lin a tio n , p f t o e whole ibjcet, they find ihut thQ^e is Do reasonaWo guaran ccclesi;astical rights, 1 ition from the e'eeb aid general confei ity ofoiour hdyqy repdrfepdrt Icsiastical civil ai i rights, that th r in favor of Jurisdictimi d general confei Thc(0jnyention then adjourned. S tatistics \ of ports of tlie leading Anniversaries have that all of them hav during the past ycai ccipts o f some of tin Prt sbj tcrian Board of Forci; Foreign Evangelical SocKrt of front in the pic-bald ranks of whiggory Might we not suggest, that beaten in ^h: open field, the opposij.ion hope for itU cr succe^ in the guerilli^Warfare| of the many collateral qjuestioiis that may he corjinccted with the discussijons o f a Convention, Cjlr shall we take \vhigge|-y at its word, that it isjabout “ to carry the war; into Af- riba or in other words, tliat “ the riglijts o f oUr colored brethre^” have evolved new light upon the convention jquestion—those rights tpat these same whigs so singularly lost right o f djuring the three years in ] which they had contrpl of our state legislature. Be it so. Truly itj is but a new illustratiou o f the beauty (by w^y of atri. king contrast) p f ' ^ j — —“a riojb jewd in an Ethiop’s (jar.” Hut after allj is-not ibik new sympijithy based upon a desire tci manufacture a Jittle party capi­ tal ? A? to the merits of tiiis particular qucslitm, it is rather early in the dyy to discuss thpm.— That the question if it iis be met, will bj: con sidered by .the Democratic party with its wonted liberalily, having reference at the same time to true Interests of the state, wc have not a doubt. But the matter of the Convention is to be dis- Onr Claim to„Oregon .—A late number of the Albany A\gus has placed ti;is matter in ilk light, and in fiw words: ' ] Great Britain claims, witliout reservaliop, all llie territory north of the Columbia river, and with an equal right to navigate that river. ' i t is said that s-hc has offered to make that rivp the boundary between the two govermnents. iTl claim il' allowed by the United Siates, tvoi take full one half of the Gregon—-perhE will never'act ments ch: payment revenues for the : ny former c.xample. no surplus on hand, at the close of tlie he payment an.l re- bo deferred, for tli^ cussed upon other grounds. It was based years udt- I ago amid the jeers and scoffs of whiggery upon p-’raPTni-h to l,;i I question of a restrict'ion of the debt crcatin| that $197,\ expeijditore of the appropriations, arc iinbt-r|uus- ly required to meet the payment of the c|hciian- go sttjeks, falling due on the 1st day of January iips st t.l , |a n d th e p a y m e n t o f w h ic h on llia l d a y , in ,i.„ -------- 1 -1^’:igations - -•■--IS of pavijuii't ic an c.xi|ircs : law author) me: ns to new tspeadi- i ago amid the jeers and scoffs of whi; j^;'^l’the question of a restrict'ion of the dc last rnts.-'age in w hicli he said that $197,000 .-ur- power—a questjon involving the most important pins n-niamcd on bainl, it states that (he period principles and tliie most sacred duties of govern- iV l.a.cve,ic.J 22 a n d the a c tu a l ia t o a s l for on. y v a i upon th e jo u r n a l m a y be fo u n d .t o ta k e u p o n th e ' sto c k s w liicji f-om p os.;d it, w a s $ 1,127,728,1 G , ~ C o n v e n tion q u c s tio iS w licn to e p r o p e r lim< •T.ip one third ofthis interest is the fixed sum, discussion, will be with reference to wli;,(-li Uu.-l|i\v rtq'i.r. s should bo annually (.-on- , . , • ■ , , / , trte f d toq.m.pus. the capital of the srakiugi leading principle above referred to.— fund to b: ^stablislit fi, w hich third of the inte r­ est amDUiite $3?.),909,33., Three limes this a- X u M hL-tconlrd-ated tor ule throe ffscaInvars j consideration that whig- 1812, )?13 find 1841, the onq equal third at tfie fi^ry has given its demagogues to thc'supporl of j'f oacli jear, and whitb would have made the measure. It is an acknowledgement of the inherent-weakness of tnc 'Whig party, that U should have cxhiibiticd'its half-hearted approval of a Convention, dndCr the circumstai.ccs to which we have referref ! And for this reason, if for no other, would thei spicctacle be dojibly mortifying, of distraction ii^ our own ranks, growing out of the iiitempcratei discussion of th'e question of a Convention. I'tfe v.’ouJd not,wc cannot look look forward to any ^uch unhappy result. Fire .—Between 12 and 1 o’clock on Monday morning last, fiJc- was discovered in a two-story frame building, ktanding on the northeast corner of Cayuga and Green-streots, which w*as soon consumed, as the flames had made considerable progress when lire alarm was f iven. The bull ding was owned by Julius Ackley, am (I had been occupied for Some 18 months. Some farming utensils belonging to Mr.A. were consumed, and also a waggon, sold by Mr.H.Wilgus some time The dam- : the goods Jing adjoin- : roof of one nces adjoin- handlc of a adly (ampu- . fu lln e s s in|t!i<jir T h f-re w a s a n iin u t c n ts.s a n d a ful diicovi-rics which give toe highest aulhenS-icifcv to a title {bunded upon prior discovery. I O .T g o n is also o u r s hy u u r c h a .- e ' (in 1813 fro m S p a i n , uiid e i.iab lo th e first '' ' ' close o'f cacii )car, and whitb would 1 tlic capital of the fun:i( on Ibc 3Jth day of Sep­ tember, 1844, exclusive c>f anjy acjcumulation of interest iipop that capital.arnbunt to $1,227;728, 11, which id less by ,$232, lq3 than the amount whicli slioulij have accrued tf? have extinguished the dtbt by regular instalhinents in 22 years.-— Taking tlic , supposed surplus there is ,$33,000 still short. The law of 184-1 authorizes a debt of $30|),000 beyond ti;c provisiions of the act of l342, jchargable upon the canal revenues, and the paytnciits guarant cd by the moat sol. cmn pledgca. The Governor continues ta m e d in th e law.-; a u tho n z iin g lo a n s f o r th e pub lie w o rks^ now fallin g du(? an d b e c o m in g p a y a ble, im p e l rou:?ly requ ir e th a t tlie m o n e y s i t ap impel rou:?ly require that toe moneys it ap. propriates lobec.xpended upon new works,should be applied to tha extinguishment of the debts created by these laws; B.cause I tliink the policy involved , in the passage of the bill, that of p^tponing the” pay­ ment of too cxi.sling debt as it shall f.ll due.that we may a.=c tiie fund fur a resumption of the public works, is a direct violation of toe spirit j and inttiitioj of ih-.' suspension law of 1842, and unwi.sa and impolitic in reference to the true in­ terests of the people of the whole state ; Because the facts set forth in relation to the present condition and amount of toe canal debt le a n d th e p a y m e n t o f w h ic h o n ll i a l d a y , in ddition to the general obl of pay ilun I arisiijg out of the loan, was made pledge upo n tlu-se nioin.j-s zing Eh - loan to be made.” Tlip Gov. says, “ tiic point of difference to whicli I allude as between live majority of the Legislature and myself te, the bill under c eralicp appears to mo to assume, and to have been framed and supported upon the hypqihesis that toe policy, if not the’ c.xpress provisions r.-f the lajw of IS4*2,. requires that the cajnal debt c effect prcM-nt condition and amount appear tb me to show that tlic ation of the law of 1842 upon the debt itifluenced been by subsequent legislation, hi :h as to offer any promise of a pai e canal debt of the oper- it influ bt en such as to oli’er any pn of the debt, in the period of twenty two and a half y e a r s , in case tlic p u b lic w o r k s sh a ll be resumed, and p-orlions of the canal revenues di. ■rted from tha payment of the debt to bo expen. ■d^in to c ir p r o s e c u tion : \ the provis -cause the provisions of toe bill appear.to me, upon a more careful examination, dirccllyi to co.’itlic houljl be paid in a period of twenty-tivo a: lalf years, and that it should not bo paid in nail juitrss>aim uiiit it saouuj noi sliortar period, or at a rate, during any port .. xLit . 1 rapid than the regt of th period, an.y more rap wearing away of Ijhe sinking fund estafa-Hsli that ajet. would extinguish it. Hence, as | icd, the assumption; upon which tlip f 1 of the bill under consideration sednji lion eg^ilar icnts o f t mrplus th( lo.’itlict with the positive requirt leroonsid-i toasstiojo as a , . mri tn I,-.... “ 0 ^ \ ' which must bo Contributed to the sink- ing fund directed to Le established by that act, if its etiactHunts are to be obeyed : And bfcan.-ie the provisions and pledges o f the act, ciiapter 314 of 1844, are expressly violated and disregarded by the,appropriations contained in the first section of die bill. TIic message colicludcs by' remarking . , , Convention will undoubted be called apd b. a , c . c r . . l o O h . of™ , prove men is- even were ho able to give his sanc­ tion to the bill. ^ In the brief summary of the message given, we feci we have not done justice to the clearness and force of the Gox%not’s positions as a whole; but confined as we, were for the present week to the space occupied^ wc have endeavored to pre,. sent the views of tlie Executive and his i tor r-'.iiniing the bill, as ful'y ai p'-suble. iption; upon wliicf the bill under considCratidn been framed, that all the canal) revijrtucs, quired to constitute that sinking fund, and meet toe other payments cx.pref-sly dircejed by that act, may bo rightfully considered b|/ the legislature as a surplus in hands, subject tq any appropriation ift may choose to make, irrespec­ tive of any provisions of Jaw existing prior to the passage of ithe act of 1842, or any obliga- I fions of the debt created by such previous Icgis- sincs to a person from the country, age beyond this,was coiltsidcrable, vi and chatties of a family in a buii ing, removed with precipitancy : th icc-housc injured beyofid repair ^ fi ing cither demolished oil b u rnt: th(3 hook belonging to No. fractured 1 tation OTuy be necessary); and a great loss of sleep by our worthy citizens, wjthou: they (gs did) cncroacbcd on the morning to m ikc good the' deficicn'cy. But seriously, these inctindiaries |vIio set fire to old and perhaps worthless buildings, ciihei sport or spite, should if possible, ha vc a wli some dose of good s o u n d s adminis cred to tht m in the shape oP a sentence to Auburi ,for a while. We are strotigly inclined to the Be ief that pur voice: would be for “ guilty,” with cL n ordinary evideiice, in one of these afson e a s e l; and if the convioted one was not principal,\he might be an accessory by knowledge, and he w()uld learn a maxim nhich we read “Tray” learned, that “ the innocent often suffer because Ihey arc caught in bad company.” Clerk o f ihe Supreme Court,—Wc are highly gratified to learn from the Argus of the 26ihinst. that toe Supreme Court, on Saturday, appointed the Hon. R ob e r t M o n e l l , judge of the sixth circuit,,Clerk o f the Supreme Court at Geneva, in place o f Judge Sutherland, deceased. this country qonciir that ot ionabje.” And llier p ro b a b ility tlia t o surrender aft acre. Though this question ii vith complicated difficulties , growing too, in ) nt qccupancy, w e • The Swallrav has been partially raised & her tor\y ^ntr^‘im mam cab.Ho c.xp.orcd. No more bodits found. hts ohl: 8|erclary of .State. ICE—From the Ro- m l Societica, whose mn tlytly held,i< ‘ B enevsi .! Benevi been rece I cry considerably _____ The following arc thefC,j ;■ some of them for the y e a r; | ■rian Board o f Foreign Missions $S2,672j Evangelical SocKrty l8,?4i: .4rn:rican Tract S'rricty 152,376 ,^ American Home Missioaarv Scyeicty 121,-945.; American Bible Society ' - ‘166,65% American Board of Foreign-Missions^ / during 'the last nine months, abopt J $185,096; so that if the contrihutinns , coatinue in the same ratio the next three montiis, they w'ill, for the year, | a m o u n t tp. 1 ' Baptist Boaird ofFordign Missions 82,276, full^ more. To th is, our-country will never a(tce(|c. L toriqg' th e d isc u s s io u s in th e p a p e r s a p d in C o n g r e s s , o u r title to llie 4 9 ; h p a i a l l e l w a s eon. siderud valid and unqut&tiunable. ■ T f ie A m e ri'can title rests u p o n th e ?tro) ik n b w lcd g e d r i g h t o f discov ong and acknowledged right of discovery. Captain Gray,-of Boston, in the j-ear 1792, in the ship G-olunjbia, entered for the first time the great river o f Oregon, which he named after hiS sliip —to(3 Columbia—and to this day it hears that and iiK) other name. This is of-'?ome mofnent, as there is a law of nations which reads thus “The nation which discovers tend uitcrSs the mouth of a river, by implication discovert the whole country watered by it.”, In virtue of this discovery, the Columbia valley belongs to the LhiileJ Statfs as against England. As if to, the Lewis Iri'buliaries. pcrfi-et our title, it is not denied and Clark and Wallmctte rivers, wl.iehspnaJ thro'.igh all plored by A me,ricans ’ by th JrtYei th a t th e ; its X gon, w{ by the expedition s tnt Ojut he American'Congress at the suggestiffn bf under Caplains Lewis and Clajrk.j— a n iin u l e n ts .s a n d a which give the high se' (in 1813} ■t discovered and ■ north afe -the r a considcra- J. ceded to the United States and also all lur rights, title and occuparit of the coast, even as far 55lh paralKl. In lt?19, Spain, for a consJdcra- tion of $5,000,000. ceded to the U of $5,f and Florida, an claim to all ten claim to all territory on the Pacific coast north of the- 42 parallel of latitude. The only circumstance calculated to weaken the perfectness of tlie United States’ title, is the well known Nootka Sound Contest (in 1789) which tcHninated in a convention be landtnd Spain, in the year 1791), st years hufore our puEeliasc from Spain, which conditions oajr title is undoubtedly c!ov<rcd. The terms of thali convention havc^ been ^ h e :e of infinite dispute. After an cxamii af tlie terms df the treaty—the debates between E rg . tw e iity id w ith eource oi njuimc mspuic. After an examina­ tion of tire terms df the treaty—the debates in the English Parliament when the laid be fere that body—the contemporaneous ac­ tion in relation to the surre nder of tlje English Inglis btfl-re that in r e la tio n to th e surre n u e r or ip e Jblnglish possessions on Nootka Sound, which had been seized by Spain—which surruioer, by the way, an English historian, Btlsham, insists was nev­ er made—the whole convention seems to be re­ solved into a joint occupancy on the part of Eng­ lishmen and Spaniards for commercial purposes. Such a one now exists and has e.\istcd for iwen- rs between. Great Britain and the elation to the very same terri ;n year States in relation to the very same ten lory. Yet we doubt whether any American considers that vve yielded in t h e ^ s t our ultir mate title to the Oregon, ‘oy tliat occupanl cy. Applying the same principle'Wthc conven­ tion between England and Spain, and the coirl victicn will arise that the ritic was left in abey. by subsequent agreement. 1 no tollowing is a clear summary of the Amer-- lean title : 1 Discovery o f the-mouth of Columbia river bv 2 The discovery of the head of the same river Ui 4 Clark, under the authority ofthe 3. ihe settlement of Astoria .under the auspi. CCS of Mr. Astor, an American naturalized etti- ^ 4. The treaty of 1803 with the French Repub- 5. The treaty of Spain of i s io , accquirinn-all righls of Spam to land north of 42 degrees be­ y o n d th e R o c k y m o u n ta in s . 6. The Nootka Sound contest (1789) between England and Spain. 7. T h e tre a ty o f U trcl France and England, sett] settlement becoming ours, France in (hat part pfrlicr dominions. 8. The; treaty o i ^ h e u t (1815) restoring toria to Ihd United States as American pro-pcfty, 9. American,, citizens were once, in sole pos­ session of the Columbia rive- tc h .t (17 6 3 ) b e tw e e n -ling bouudaties—this tlic successor of once. II Even shquld the Nootka Sound convention be considered a cession of title,and sovereignty to Englantkon the part of Spain, it only applii% to the places named therein, and those are situate north o fth e 49th i>araHeI of latitude.' It is ^well remarked, “ Not an inch of spil in the val- -Jcy .of the, Columbia and its tributaries wore in­ cluded in the provisions of the convention of 1790.’* South of Nootka Sound all parlies in ir that our title is'“ clear and unquestionable.” And there is not Ihe remotest people will cverj consent to itly surroun ^ . u(f-embarr,-„„ •ments, grdwmg too, m no small degree out of the joint pccupancy, we-have the hope that' it Jionorably and satisfac- Frcsidcul and tVm. B, Smllh, about ten n^ilcs northwestfrAm; ff a r r iso n b u r g . T h i s s p r in g .flow s at iuterv la^i x ■ a n d a la r g e slrc a n i ru n s fro m it for about fifleett'' minutes, when it again lub^itles and leaves iha' b a s in , w h ic h is a b o u t f o u r f r e t d e e p , without wsr . Ffeviaus to I 24 lifa = water flowed every being made known, by4 at thunder; bntfreia . . , years past, iteeaft-d flowing entirely, and ai fine spring burst oat of ‘ the earth abbut a has-kecMO* perfectly dry sjnee the “jSyphofi” (llie name gw- flows ^ loEP^ A’man whs charged a|l t&e Prestoh intrtmedte ate sessions,' the other day, with stealing lOd. in* copper aud Ts, in silver and the jury returned . erdict as follows :—'‘lie’s guilty of the iff.? east wC Suppose so.” ‘ The man who lest his eye-siglit by reading a orrCwcd paper, has recovered it-again since kef fidcame a subscriber,. i , w .im the fi.i|ei o o 7 ^ t e r \ J a L \ c ' S , t Will be MMVai et d by k-aVin,i> ii altkitt iX '; \ w .\ s . ^flglish R e o u d y for b|e reputation in Gre; F.om iheLiterpsol St.-rcury. in Balsam of Lif., is, nueiv, as 1 .UIselves high .St possible reputation e d it 'o a il. Coasar real- Bril; ed sjpf cifio.’’ ;w e ouisrtves e x iietliutSl^adepreecnjea- rfi f om US u |e. in a c a f e ,p f weakness aadsoreuesjof- pable o r - f f . r d i n g . 4 “i>oandon carthca- Pamphlets ris-^pcting: th 's G reat E n a l is i Remedy m*T: b^a^graus ofO B Curran, Only ^Lent in Itbacs. 8 : ^ S«rD’s^AKSAPAaiLi,A —Heat h is the choisestblej- secretion or irfl imalion of; the nsnesnt tissues, ciiro»« ibeumatisn.’^ci»tic.a or lu.bbago. sprpfala, king a evil, salt rheam. b^c, barber’shich, anAftkilar diserseima be safely and tff.ctaallycured br the ot SUnd’eSari-. J used in mapy iboasapd of ca«* fu r i h « j|an ic ttlarsan d d efficacy., se s gratis, d v» holpsale id Chemists. mote e apectordticn, and in a short time restore to perfect bealth. Even ibe most p ts.inate c asqscf cough give W J and when ibsfeuffirer hfsappeared to be fargote.in con­ sumption, thdy have raised him up.; Are you trcilbied with headache:? T ry Sherm*B‘b Ct(mphor Lozet-ges- they will qgre vou m a short spate c£ time, as well-as re- i-8treet,N.3?* Origin o f M e r y Disease, and tile Means efC u rl lajlhe year 1795, Le Roy clearly demonstrateil that e ^ ^«>pure.or undigested p ««^ from these undigested and jraj oped, by whic tih“ fe undigested and irapur* state o f hertth would bo certain to eninfc 1 fie Royal Institate cf Efrimce awarded'io him for tflUf Medal I f the Institute, is a bn tprical fact. i e Brandrcth Pills arelaade en irely of Vegetihl* acts, knolom b y long ex p e rk nee lo bepcrfectlyW- it, and y e t o f more power as a p argadve, or cleacstf 5 - ? £ l5 ~ 2 ~ ± « » S , i 'S I S J

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