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ROWLnCGRr.E, PIKE OF.TT, MISSOFRI, SATTJIDAY, OCTORLK 19, 1S44.
Vol. III. IVo. 49.
The Great Democratic Meeting
in the City of Sew York Mr.
The meeting is said to le the largest
ever convened in that cily. The Her
'The annals of political excitement do
his ri-jhtml pmspei it y. Ail agree own ships are often fcr.t to foreign
I fie re must lie tariff; all agree theie potts to lip refilled; :n J thus ur leg
must be disorimin ition. The lanff islation, fir from truly proteciing A
question at the present time is simply meiienn b.br. condemns our riggers,
what discrimination shall lia mai'e. s.-uiniakori. and caulkers, to no incon-
who make t!ie
And if Ihe peiiliciau
tarilT a part of their
not, we believe, present any thing like ! excepted, t ine is in "the public
a parallel to the scene presented. Long ! mind much less did'-renoe than has
before the hour appointed for the meet-i !'i en pretended. The interest's l
ing, Tammany Hall was densely crowd-. if. enue ren,iie i i-ci immatior, in te
ed, and many thousands of the 'bone and j ferenoe to die productiveness of tin-
Kinpw i nrnnu-pn rnn mrir nni lh. od. j I - . , . . i 1 1 1 1
7 7 . , " uui . i;m 111 re'eience 10 rie u iriuer i ne levied nam : thev are liipinous
joining streets. There could not he f contraband. Reciprocity ilinv to U,c m.-inufacJurorjand to f-' ,,l,or-
Sf!nle-) I J rT ""''MsomiMioies ju.t.f, dc.imina.ion by er ihev are most unjust, as V-ry vir
the neighborhood of Tammany Hall, i .,.;.,! .,..... . . .. ., . . . .. .n..i , , J
j: . ,- -r 'U'cr-nrM, '.iniiii;ii vn s;.;ir- iu.un i.iv .1 i unifii nn persons, arid
durin!? the eveninrr. in attendance on,- 1 . . ' ' V
ihe vauout meetings.
si- erable !. of employment. The
i'!il-f:i.ii JiO : ! ( 1 10! lie s "S'eitt. also.
of wise' il:.' cmains s;i;l linger v. illi
u. levied ands'ill levies taxes no
consumption, on nriic!e (,f (',). (
unifies nce?;.rv t" every Ifiniily.
'l Midi tuxes op.oate like no!-t txes.
In T.mmoror TT.lt it . ir ..:..1 ! 1:1 c.xtreln- . ases
" ..... 'ItUII 11UII IIIV III IHl.lIiQl , I
J . . .. r ins! ,
meeting, (for which the call had been
easgre o. c;.c ;- n-t en propr-m. Jot is uiS u'l.
though this is V" have c "lectcil inuoli in the worst
to iiiue.li iloiibt and con- features ol the reti active system
Ajairi. the condition of Hut much remains to be done. The j
and summer-dried in the time of need.
Applause. J A close adherence to
the metallic standard can nione se
cure a Meady flow of credit ;md mon
ey. The measure of i.-d.ie must not
have merely "an odor of nationalitv:"
i; must hear an impiess that shall" be
us passport thioimh the civilized
world. It is in this connection that
I pronounce the name of Silas Wriul.t
as llic I'cuclaclur of ,,e tiinr.n f";i-tur-
ers Silas Wright, the statesman and
the fiienJ ever to he telied upon
havintr an unpreteridini; mo lestv. sur
passed only by liis merit never a
piiin' to high station, and worthv of
the highest.' Demoti3tMtion, of en
tnu.siasm wliich aiiouether baffle de
scription. It was he who. in Mnv.
1838. met Henry Clay face to fitCe
issued, and which had collected such im
mensc multitudes of people) was held, j "ur domestic industry asks disenmi- di.-ci imin.ition of duties, as it now es- ; on "' 1,le ln:ite. :ind achiev
But then there were also no less than ; and lv .i-ci 1:1:111 ition obtains ists, favois arlieles of luxmv is i ecJ' Per''aps, lho most signal arid mo
seven other meetings. Three were held I !,l ,,tee-i ;!i. Uut llie limit to lhat pro- tirievousl v and most unequally severe
in front cf the City Hall, by torch light; i lectioa must be a duty for revenue, on the laborer. The coarser "c:irpels,
another in front of llie Hall of Records, I not a duly tor prohioii am. Such a for ex'miple. pay CO per cent, duly;
a third in front of Tammanv Hall, an- du'v is :v w.ivs :i sullieieii i inoi,-! i.m liie fu.er dot ot ,,,,.,.,,, Ti, .....
uuier 111 iront 01 me lncoiogicai noon i!i t!ie c rotiial tunes even
store, in the rear of Dr. bprinp's tv
church, and the fifth at St. James's Hall. . ')
VntlQI. II,. . . V, A MAA..M I . . . .' 3 '
,t 1IA3 IULII A BU-CHC UCCU V 11 II C3 L'U . ,(J N p 1 1 Cl'U T 1 P ' )l n I t
in mis city, ine torches the banners ,i ,f ....
th nrn,A. ...: .1... .1 ':,'''.X
...w wui. u. Kim BliUULlI LUC JjrCdL ;
flajs streaming across Chatham street
the Vldler.t irp:tiollla( inna tf ilia np.l..r.
O.. o L II ,!,
I Small dU-
' I i i tr::lm' exirise were d.a adei by
'i.i;id a:ni lorbidilen as a d-nisiti-
Aioei ii'ali ii
TiiO i lei ol n diei i oicia-
'ia.r .e venue tanll and no more. ;-.s
S'llii -'eut tor American laoor, comes
s inelione.l by all the weiulu ol the
from the open windows of old Tamma-i '""'rl,':1' U e may sitely adopt;
as the glare of the lamps and torches fell ! ? '"'" l'-v " ,,h.e 'r 1
upon them the hurrying to and fro of i ,a"Js" 'f-the revolution ',y the le.
the vast crowd the thundering cheers i ot- l''nK!a'id lv tiie early jodgme
er ami heavier and more universally
Use I sj' Us pay Ileal ly lour I'mes as
mueti mi then eost as tie finer and
more deiie i'e. And this holds true
of miny older articles ol very gener
al ' Ihe ii'ci ammaiiiili uow fa
!.!. loxof i. mis. and t'Ui'ieiis the
poor. This should be irveised. Are
our oppoti, nis sincrri ? And ili
thev agree io such reveisal? Ioiid
apnlause. One word more io our
poiiH ot orea'es' productiveness ot , and elevation of the labormtt class j u ll 5" pr..mur.( eu and sounder
revenue; and the end ol such prolt-c- inust be achieved by their own toil, ' s!""t' 'but every man. women, idol
tiou must be to smtaiu the m.mulac- j and their own intelligence. Loud ri"'- sluuild know it." '-The cupi-1
I'irer, so that he ma rise above the ' cbeeis Thev demand the pj 01 lu-! ';e afterw ards added, "not to lv
narrow thought of a monopoly mar-jmty for in-truclion and intelh ciu.il ' cxtr.ivasanily large about fifty mid !
ket at home, and seek by honorable culuue. Uy means of mental e.ul-j w '!'(' :in1" ''" On iiie 16th of!
competition to win the natural mar- j lure, the humblest mechanic may I M;iv, Si'as 'rik'ht eame forward w ith
nets ol the woid; and. finally, there j si and anions the wisest, us well as j
s'mild he discrimination to avoid the anion 2; the best f in nkind. fl'ries
ny all made up one of the most excit- i l,ie ru,e l,l lt licriminatiiis' duty ' opponents. I bey proles to loin us
inn crnnn. nf nnnillnr unltitiBic.n ...U.nL. ! tor nrill e t li Ol omcl niion i.tiihu.1 tli . in i-e.-lr.l T.ir I itni- P.o fl. r..1...! I I
to i.v...M1 viuuu.iajui nilivil t ..1.-. .n.,...vvf,v. Liit. i.i'i.-i. nui 111c icoci
we iiave ever seen.
The first speaker was Gorge B in
croft, esq. Tlie enthusium with
which he was received altogether
bafllos description. One prolonged
universal shout burst fiiiin the dene
multitude inside the old hall, and was
re echoed by thousands and thousand
of voices outside. After the clieei
irt'Z had subsided, .Mr. Bancroft thus
addressed the assem!!age:
Citizens ok ti:e Empikk Sta rr-
Tfie tindness of the recept'on which i P',e l',e w'"-' h 'nners lhat waesiisa keen eye, suiieif togiow i
you harti given me this evening r?.;s 111 .vn"r Clt.' ,,p ',rs :,s "s motto: "lYo-jWiih tin beauties of lhat cieation
completely overwhelmeif me. Afv taction to Ameiican Labor the X-j which God has made so lovely and so
heart bounds ti; my lips, an I I feel Mi'jn's Wealih.thepoor Man's Iviht."' jobservahlu. Loud and hmg continu
constrained lo cori.ess my utter ina- j :.'re ''IB apponl on this sub- i ed cheering. To vindicate the lights
fu'iity to express in rvcomiug terms !.l''rt ':'de to the forum of the la- '! America is die first duty of Ame
my Cratitude. fGreat N:'p!ause.l j borer. Mr. Uancrof; here proceed liica. and for lhat end to insure Io
to 10 unco Ui relation ol the high 1 them the tint" lor improvement
t -. IT ... a . .. .. . 1. - ' r M . . -1 i - :o .
' ' me p. oieciioii im .vme- 1 uei-i-i. iviu our opponents, v
1.1 r . - 1 1 1 . . 1 '
IIV..OI i.oioi.j io opponent1-, Sim ; are --o zealous lor llie
lie. propose protection to Ameiican 1 1 ights. join ihe demociacv
mentons victory ever won in that
body. Great cheering-. The chief
provision o Clay's resolution, as he
himself expressed it, was. '-that the
notes of sound a:.d specie-paying
banks shall be received and paid" out
m the teceipts and expenditure of
lie government."' a ,.,,,.
Wruht dis.-erned t!:e 1 itcnt evils
coiich.ai m the pr .poMiion, and re
commernied its reference to she Com
mittee on Finance. Clav objected,!
l ot m va n. Cheers '.Meantime,!
ill Ihe curse , (rt):1,,.s ,1,,,, ,.n.
Mie '. i:ia v exclaimed, in if p!v to the? I
Senator from South Carolina'. nni
a Hank of the Liiited States, and!
sure ct ihe glory of your State by
your present action. All eyes are on
you. The country watches you.
Tiie world observes you. One !d
man leans with interest towards the
East to hear the swelling tide of de
termined zeal. His eyes are failing,
but lie has a light within. The fires
ul earthly existence am burning very
low in their socket, but in his breasi
patiiotism is a fire unquenchable.
j Send gladdening messages to the old
man ol Hermitage. Ilis fame must
not he impaired Lv the e ection of t 1
men that will nbamh.n acd siihi-mt I emocratic Rally at Troy, on the 24th
Ills country has cevered him wiifi its
highest In nors; the last Congress has
eflaced the aspersion of ihe cibven
judge of Louisiana. One thir.rr more
is wanting. Perfect your triumph in
November; it w ill f;! his cup ol hap
piness to the brim. (Tremendous
Alter Mr. Binrrolt had concluded.
Democratic Meeting at Troy -Missouri.
At a highly respectable meeting held
at the Court House, on Tuesday the 7tfr
inst., Solomon Moxley, of Lincoln was
called t the chair, and Geo. W. Buclt
ner, of Pike counly, appointed eecreta-
The object of the meeling was ex
plained by Maj. George W. Huston,
who slated that it was designed to enter
into measures preparatory to a Grand
On motion, it was resolved, that a
committee of arrangements consisting
of thirty, should be appointed by the
chair, empowered to do such things as
should be best calculated to carry out
the objects had in view,
A committee of correspondence con-
ihe most enthusiastic applause burst ilingof George W. Huston, Alejan
loi th, and continued loi toaie miu-' der Martin, and James II. Britton, were
Ute8" j appointed to address prominent individu-
The lion. Jnw !',. IJowlln, ol ', aU f lhc part-v' "Idling their pres
Jhssovri. Judge Ilonlin, a member , cnee at ,!ie Proj"ccted meeting,
ol Cotigress, our drmociati : friends On notion, if was resolved, that the
will ;; remember, attended the reat : proceedings be signed bv the chairman
mass convention in this pity , n the and secretary, and that the democratic
15- . ol August, as an mviied guest. 'pr, ihrou ghout the Stat e, be request,
n ri rl? 0r'a,e T M'S- cd t0 Ph the same,
souri. Ihe ju f"c deiiveted sever. il
able addresses durin, the convention, ; . SOLOMON MOXLEY, Char,
and we can appeal to the whole mass' Georce Bvckser, Secy.
. . r . 1. 1 1 1
01 iar ueoiocracv w tio v. f re ds--eni'
We meet to ntght, fcfiow-C'icn--. in
llio bonds of a common uniot. link
ed together in one common hrmher-
hood of spiiit and eifort, all aniai itej I
bv Ihe same fee'imr. :,nd .-.!! f (,-.... ! nil) -r ty snlcecting
ids report, calm, well digested, and
conclusive; having n.d a wnste word.
uni easoin le taxation ol I ibor. i his . ot k- I Iiat s the truth! J His is a large 'n? a ""id to be added,
last point, more than any other, is ol heart, capable of love for child, w if. . ' beers. Such was the irresistible
deepest interest to the community. i friends, freedom, and country. His' !""'e ''is logic, that Clav shroM
I ' I . turn I .
.'"o HIS OH n position, ;u, to
jamd a worse defeat, on his own m.J
,H.m. the worst part of his resolution j
j was iejece. ly a vote of foity-fmir
I '"ne. Ceat apjdause. All that
; lemamed that w a objectionable, was,
n nation of Sdas Wright, stiieken
join by a vote o tweiov-ei ght to nine
Meen. Terrific cheers. Such was
jhis great service to the best interests
jot the country. I commend his re-
port and th arcompain ing teport to
jibe democratic press.' and t0 the
. v.iimg democracy of New York.
. (Loud and long continued cheering.)
j for tlie ii),lic;,iion of our territory
: m its n 1 ,
A Ppopoai.. The fallowing pro
posal is made by thegc-litfernen who-e
names are mentioned, and it is likely
to be a sliin-ii.ig one. as (hose to
who,.! it i, directed will not be likely
, to accept of jr.-
"Dr. Kobert J. i;(eckenridge,of
Baltimore, fjev. .. I Rice, of Cm-
bled lieteen the occasion, whether
any speaker was heard uilhmoic
pleasure or moremaiked atte.'ion;
and whether any of the distmgui.du d
speakeis who honored the occasion
by their presence, left a mine deep
and favorable impression on the minds
ofhis hearers. As the :ick r,ouIebf,.,!
head of :he rptes ntati on of t,e no- 'ln?:i,:' .a"(1 " '" " l'lumer, of Yir
ble democracy of .Missouii ;:t ihe con-,' 'm,1 mprt a I ;,ny convenient
ven'.i m. nogue-t or isiter v. is ii,a .'e ' t,;,;0 nn'' f''arr- Itsl.op Whelan and
any lvo others whom he may select,
orwewiil meet any three ' l. nu.n
'r deacons, ;:i I (jiscn.s with them
more welcome or met a in re hearty
and cordial reception from the Slav
eouimhtr-e, or fi the whole tlemoc
iacy of Tennes.-ce. These are facts
which we witnessed, and whvh .ne
poor man s
in pa ing
Americin laboi j Imniage to one o the greatest ideas
sirotis to attain one object. Ciieetv. ' , T '- taxation. I heir plnlan-! tiiat sway the age to one which an
and a crv nf adiourr. to the Paik. t,, I thioj.'V has made the astonshing dis- j Ibuen. as President, in the name of
the Park!" We meet to cil'ice' the j covery that labor should sue for the 1 the American people, held up p, t.
verdict of the election of 18-10, to i ("ivilege ol being grievously taxed, i wa.rld as the appropijate system for
protest against it in the name of our! or cotton )' coneW for tiie clothing freemen ? In a word, let our oppo-
counttv ol republican institution ' 1,1 children, me laijorer must pay 1 nents join us in as.-erlmg the mighty
. i. 1 I..
; Known 10 uie wtiole (!emocrac- who
I were assembled here at the " time.
, W e im ntion them now, l e ng only
i an extended repetition of what we
1 have tait be lore, because we have
i seen it intimated in the St. Louis K - ' v" "' li" w 1 1 "lCel nn.v uvo
, p i ter and we have seen it w ith I "' !'e '.' or one of u will meet vny
deep regret that Judge i:iii wa-,f';,,! 7m "" ,ho ,ern s stated
not properly received, and did not ! i,l,nir- l "''inary and equal
command while here as great 11 share ' rlilcS .OI s-1"'' uebate to be adopted
lii.s question. 'Is the Mo nan Chuich
! the Chun h of Chris-?' Tlie P.ishop
;aud his bier,. U n.a v affirm, an i w e
' V 1 '.!','n-v', r w "';l afliim, that
the Tl.e Roman Church is not the
C'liurli 1. 1 C'h. is'." and thev may de-
and cd hn mniiv. fLon l cli.cr. 1 1 ",!ilv per cent, dut,' : 11 his Inend dies, j truth that lies at the l..und ition .. the
Ih3 present contest mvo yes tbe i 1,0 "inl P"v the cLontic ir ine . ien-iiour rule. ineat sensation
highest considerations the i.nritv "of' "hroud sixty to eighty per cent, tax; j loud and continued ch-eiiu
the constitution, civil lib-rtn. fiee "-uf- t-'''' ""aiming crupe. or si it,- more 1 ry possible demotistiatiou
,- . . . 1 . I ,1 I- . . . 1 . 1 : I . I. .. - 1
irage, justice to adopted citizens, the 1 m'1" per ce
boundary and extent ol our country. ' protcciion to laiior: our opponents
It introives in an especijl manner ' P'"""" nothing better to secuie thf
whether American industry shall be " ;',"'''i wealth. anl the poor man's
allowed to prosper under the action ri;,';.'' than to tax liiui heavily from
of general laws, or whether it si, a lL' ci-nil.- to the grave. The system
bekeptin conflict wiih those la ws , tl!t 1 -'borer lails utterly of its ef
anJ subjected to all ihe h irds and lt'.1''- It doe not enhance the wages
uncertainties of an artificial system, j "I ' The prices of labor in our
Renewed cheering- Th great re-' ",::n lecturing establishments are but
strictive system, which overhung ihe , :'u;'l,.t '''n pfrcent. higher than those
world for centuries, was shaken l,y ; paid in Lancashire; and lhat superi
Ame.'ican independence. Yet the "M!.v wages is made up to the
world :! still so encompassed by ! maimfactiirer by a more than propor
the cloud thit its evils were slowly i tl"r-''to ii:creas of production,
discerned, and li.nperfertl v measured, j trough the greater ingenuity and ac
The democratic pnitv have ever con-! vnv o! the American laborer
tended for the freedom of th,- was as ""''e, : all taxes enter into the cos.
the highway of commei o-fof the ! o production, and so into lhc price
rights of neutral nations-for t.':at ev-i"' tbea.ta-le produced. As taxes in
tended lrad, which should make all f C10use' l,r,ces "M,sl ,nrT' ""'1 '1 ev,c"
intelligence the common property of! r.v "'crease in price narrows to the
the whole world; should compensate ' "''tiuctur er his- market. I bus the
the inequalities of climate, soi', and i natural u-arfcetw lost, and the de-
mineral wealth, and interchange all !n;,"d 'r(ai ',r ,s f !"s,,q"P""v riimm- (,x,.Ueges are secured, not by a banli
products of peculiar skill. Rut for- !s,"'l- 1 n' thei : me s s-em imposes , ,)f ho Tm)ol states, but bvthe
eirn trado without riie exaction of 'b'ti1 m such ,7 manner as to dm, in regular action of commercial imius
duties, has never been asked hy a sin-. Ue power 01 i:.o -,.,, ,,ry. 1 (,e merchants are the g.rat
gle statesman. The regulation of the i5!.' necessarily in nV'nv branches, j regulators of exchanges: let them
tariff has, indeed, been the subject 1 u ltne 'liR pipping mient. it n s . nov,.r abdicate their office. V
of earnest discussion; but nevenvas . ueel1 lhal "e '"" petifon tor
there a moment so favorable to its ad- protection came irorn uie shipwrights
3. 01 Vyiianesion, oouiii vyitrouna; prona-
RiH if the
the merchants, nnd ft, a nn.
I ictures. and agriculturists are equal
lv interested. The harbors of Ore
gon are for American ships; u mar-
l public respect ami attention as I. is ' "eieatter.
friends might have anticipated f.r'f'"'!''
loin. .o ginst, we arc sure, on t
eecasi. n. liom any St.it
I lie alove is a standing
.'111 iii.i , i. l c -i Iii'in.r
ia. oi deserved a greater Mure ol res-'
ia.vii v. - Chi
stiamtv is not
pi inciple of virtue in
o.i,l riifi, li.. ..(T'..l.. !.:. C !
if cl and attention il, c,l.,.l i 7. u u,.s .uriuer
' . . , . j"v. niessmg to s.u n tv
10 11, c unge ourmr? Ins imi in -i. h-
And this : plaiise.J
'e return, then, to the piim-iplc
lhat. so far as the tarill" is to disci imi
nate in regard to the lalmi er, it should
do what has never yet been done
discriminate in favor of the laborer.
by levying the heaviest taxes on ih ti
des of luxury. Tremendous cheer
ing, and loud cries of "dial's the Ame
rican doctrine. "j In like manner, in
the arrangement of the tanlf, the in-
leresls ol agriculture must be con
sulted; and, for the manufacturer, we
insist that the great design should not
he to give sudden profits, the, results
of hazard, but to in-ure steady and
equal protection, aan thus lead him
film to compete for the great natural
markets of the wiuhl. fCheers.l
To ibis end, the manufacturer needs
ville. mid to ex President Jackson at
the Hermitage .Y..v, rille I'uion.
and eve- hp,!" '"-r .American labor; its soil for
of ap-; tllP American plough-; its wide do
jmain lor American institutions ami
-American independence (Ten iHc! .1 AWry Qe,tio,u-n intel!,
...mi snieus 01 "Uiegon IS gent
o.irs and must be ours" "yes, and i this
'IVtn Inn " I
i.. 1111 1 .,.,, , ...
. ..l.-I.IUI, Il. ,1 II, I. I II HI
tnal it restrains
ihe vices of ti.e bad. h fs a tree of
h'.e. whose f.nit is immortality, nnd
whose very leaves are for the healing
of the nation.-,!. Full,,:
am r at the coon gathering in
place, says the Se.n c 1 Fails
Mr. Bancroft proceeded to discuss ' lion to some of the hi-
.Mr. S -mnel Myers, a well known
i. . r i t 1- . .
htvques- 1 "'ii'iiore. dtr- lately.
." 1 . ". He was me of the defender of "fbrit
ones, ;,nd one
. . 1 '."in mil hi. Mi hlllil -. , . - J
ing been but a temporary member of as to tell me how it benefits the fur- .' ! '.v"r',!,.v ! :ln'' n all the reta
il confederacy, which ii.ilitarv .!:.,.. I mer 7 lt..r.,ro .....4 ' tions of li'e. he has sustained iI.a i-hnr.
T ..-.-... . .J. i" 11 IL,, fllL.il. IIIIT.t..' 11. 1.ri ---...v......
-K I IT 1 . ' . .1 . . . . '
the re-annexation of Texas; contend- j which they failed to "answer. San! C''-V.'llll.,n """" "rable struggle
ng that Texas is independent as a j he, you tell me the tanlfis a "real nl t,r!il j ''as for a number
-onsequenoe of its existence; as hav-! benefit to farmers; will you bo sokind "f.ve:,r ,',,e, ''',e of Secretary
tism has di3olved. He Imv!o,....i il,.. I in. .or i.r 1 ..... r.. . acterof ''Ood's noblest woil- nn Imn.
- 1 . . . ".iiioiiiriiii.vil-l 11 ic,.f(,7 --
concisely the relations on the subject i Ac villus and tecrived in return e"1 n,nn!
til1lor,Lt I'm..!,....! .... J t . I j . t -
"'" lownrus .Aiexi-JtJfcn f.onndu of sxgir; now. undei I
v.". i.e comeuueu mat ine leilorate ; this beautiful tariff, it takes
iem was s'renginened t.y ps ex- rr
tension; that that system was destiti- ihe same amount of the
eo, m.e me doctrine ol demur
equality, to make the lour ,.f
albo. H,s remarks n , officer of the .Me.h.
. .. r . ' . ."".I 'n, u I liii..i nr. r.r.nn.ll. r..l.
neiiver us. The coonev sloped. I .f r. ;V U, ""1";. ."" l""
land tbp f,rrv,-, j - . . ' . EoiTon, To show this com
omid' currency and well-re. mlaied croft annealeil to the i ,n ....... Il t. . 1 J . ' .' ' 1 ' i munit V Ih
. - , , , 'i - "" u-eoi. 1 hi ms expense.
n I I .....I . I - I I- I . .. I. ..... ........ 1 1 .
a. o-oejc. 1 iimii.i .1001. ojsi . 1 iioon
Tl I II - . -
1 1 im lomnving narrative o acts
I TWO BLSt!-. I,.w l.f,-,,. l,nr,A,.,l I, 1
-s .no xE,a a peck of wheat to get Lr ,:, V lv " ; '
,f theUno the farmers, dom .
r.m-a .1, . r. .. ...... ..a. ......... I II Arfl rn.Att.... .. . . . I. : 1! -. l
iie.n- ii. ... . u.no ...... ... iiii irveime " ' i..o..-ij uu lilll ISCI lliat'IC en-
taiiin he needs, lor lushest allies, a thusiasm. In conclusion. Mr. II, n-
. . ' jmuniiy ine power ol the Koman
blv for the election ol the democrat- 'however. T,'-r-.iK-" 'TJ i C.al,,,:'.c. P"iesiInMHi oer their spiritu-
ic candidates. New Y.uk. saiHI,o !hans to hi. ...... ..: ..c. ' ' r - i ! n, -'-i!dren. in temporal matters. I
int as ihn nrespnt. The conn-
trv is truiqn''. a"J rel'uses tu 1,e per-, Wy from sojourners there,
netinllvere-tedon ihe subject. In ; .rst Petl,'"n f"r special
enthnsi astic cheering. For
curing of the currency, there is no
resource but a steady regard to the
metallic basis. A fluctuating curren-
protectton ' Cy. as it expands, raises ptiees, in-
i.', noitol snecie takes nwiv ih sun.
furhis.l supplies of shipping , ,,,-t f the artificial eurrencv. whieb
I successfully !" ?IP F'ench and Span- toilers nnd crumbles for ihe " want of
i i i V .... lhi i!tilini nn prr. . i: j i Ti r 11 i
...k.A .K ;r.tt f , i, isli island . u soon uiiiiniaaim. i uen iouows ae-
ho e c'o nt y, nnd bv the equal pVo-! ai.clr,ih. chains H,a, oaNes, preSsio. The paper currency, in
. , ,,J , ' ..- r ' Conner ami i.o.n b 'I's. makshtpnnitd- ,ts excessive contradictions and ex-
leCUOn Ol II CI.ISe3 Ol IIIH.IMI V. . 1 , I? .. ,,,ir ...
rp -,-.,rt..,.e l.imlf U in eC orv : i"l arer her., tluiinn L. ..ye, our pans.ons, is ruinous to lho manufac-
lira .ii.iui..M-v.. ..... f, , .
... i: ,,o.l .. ol. po.no, . u..,l shliovrights
1 . . t . r ' I ... .
1328 when an erbitant tariff wasulu come nom su.pwrieius, neany no i vilesloreigners to excessive com
vainlv resisted an a'tempt to defeat llie.v ruc il llli""e a " 'we"l tmn for our own markets, drives
it bv'mikin- it 'intolerably- bad fjned I y ,hfi "P-yards for Eng ,sh frni nn,m.n 1r f(,roi,,n. IIiark(.tM;i
entirely. In 1S32. apprehension of ,' mrchani. were very much m New ,ben .he vast balance for importati
A?'r,;l JL.A . ,h .L.II,.ion. I Vol1-: and .ew England; America mHst he paid in money,, nnd the
tiuumv.i 'iiuiiii tin. u i- , ., ,k . .
. -. . . i .t limit a P1' ,M M'i mi
A If C7 nun ViUiin. iiiuiuu.a uiw
inmlrT utitnniit To-, r fi n A Alonloaaa it hUU
without pifinn. It must be settled
iiucrlv cxrliideti lnm turer: it is to him like a baa mill-
harbors a thoucht of impairing I the supply of foreigners, and our . stteam-.wollen by every storm,
has rarely been found wanting l! i he. Mr. P...r,, k.i....-.1 !sfnu)ml 1118 blowing narrative el
t ,,. I I 1 . -. . I ' 0..01 weiu
... 01.1101 1.1 iiviugion it asserted
the rights of neutral flags, and gave
in l.rt at.A..: r . .
... o,c u.oics.oii 01 America to l ie cents pkh t.at- n,. .,n.l.. ...:.r
. r- . 1. . ' uiiiiui a ta 11.
u.eai principles 01 modern inarit.uie laborer ret but six iafi,,,,. i
IW. Ifc e.it nXnflaA Tftfl'..- 1. .1.: I . . '
I mto operation, you had to nav vour
.. 1. 1 -
o.m esi nanus one POI.Lar and FIFTV
tlM.O llirAlllll, ltrf .-.C I- ..
ijiiwii;ii i...; ji im NOUS, lllill llie
itcafy for annexing Louisiana was
negotiated. By the voice of George
Clinton it negatived the renewal of
the charier of the United States i5ank.
New York set, for the States, the
brilliant example of peacefully trans
ferring the sovreignity from the ter
ritory of New York "to its men. By
the firmness of Van Huren, it enabled
the country to weather the storm in
the season of greatest financial diffi
culty. Young men of the Empire
State, you will not be wanting. Tlie
kindling enthusiasm in the many
thousands around me promises a vic
tory of unexampled splendor. All
eyes are upon you. Fill up ihe mea-
The above exhibits the true work
ings of the tariff; goods go up, produce
and labor go c'own. The farmers
and the laborers taxed for benefit of
the few manufacturers, who can well
afford to shut down iheir mills, and
send their girls with banners to h
meetings. It is the farmer, the me
chanie, und the laborer, who have to
foot the bill Detroit Free Press.
A grand Sundnj School Procession
is to tuke place in Baltimore in Oct o
her, in which it is expected 10,000
children will participate.
Gen. Cass is still speaking iu OJiio,
w ith tremendous effect,
f ,,t. ,.,k:,.u 1 -1 r 1
...i i.-., i.n.ii uu ui it'll omy a lew aavs
since. A German Roman Cathefic.
family lived for abuut six months in
ihe house of a member of the Metho.
dist Church, and in the immediate
neighborhood of several Methodist
families. The priest being informed
of it, went to them, and told them
they should leave the house as soon
as possible. He said there were a
plenty ofhouses to rent among the
Catholics. The poor deluded people
had to obey the order of their cen
fessor. Tiicy wished to receive for
giveness of sins; and they had to leave
the house before their month wts
out. A lady who understands the
German language well, but who gen
erally speaks English, was present
when the priest ordered this family to
leave the house ol the Methodis't as
soon as possible."
facts which he relates St. Louis