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DAVID M. CAMP.
Kor Trei surer,
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IEaTOSt rOH IIL'TI.IMI tOVXTV.
ROHERT PIER POINT.
WILLIAM 0. KITTRIDGE,
THOMAS I). HAMMOND.
A meeting oj the freemen 0 JUt land,
Without distinction of party, who arc in
favor of the RUTLAND WHITE
HALL RAILROAD, and the incor
poration of the RAILROAD BANK,
will be holdcn at the Court House, on
VliinxV tl. 1O1, 4 K. -; . !
FRIDAY, the 2th lllSt., at 5 o'clock
i'. il. JOr me purpose OJ nominal Itlg a
candidate to represent this town at the
next session of the Legislature. A full
and punctual attendance is cat-neatly
Rutland, August 1 , 108G.
Uil impunible to contemplate the approaching drug
gU (tayi lha Voic of tho l'cople) without the drepetl
internt, So much daeiiJi upvo id rciulti, the conic
j'incei will b m in'iincntniii th pmiperity of our
eiuiitr, 10 (realty nffrotcJ, that hemuit have n coU and
imemihla heart who mil look ou the contut with indif.
VoJcrthe Ainu of Democracy Ihepople of the U. S, j
hue for a number of yean pait, been tuloJ by a worie
than llutiiau deipotiim. Not a law of the lauil, not a
clailte of tha Conititutiou, not an engagement on the
part of the nation, hat beta tutored for a tingle moment
to ilao.J In the tray of the penonal Tiewi of a corrupt
e.Jminiilration. The barrieri hitherto deemtd imwua
blabyour former I'rriidroti, hare been bolJly leaped
byjthe preient Kxecutire, anJ when any one hat diiput
J the wiUoni of hit meaiurti, or contended that the
. . . I
aoataof Juiliee wainot ercnly poned, he liai uiually J
t:...i . i,. . ..i.i .1,1. .,.m.ni of .1J Kiennui. the
Oaul.aoJ thrown hn iword down, at a balance to every
It ii idle lo talk about Demracy whan lh govern
ment bai been admiuiilred tolely for the btnrfit uf a
moaiej Arutocracr, the favoritei of tho l'reiideut, and
the lead.nof the multitude, when the national treaiurei
luiniuinoi iwu. in .
hav. been v.ol.led to gie. .peculation . mean, of ag-
Sraod.sem.nt. and the office, ofth. Stat. JupoMd among
thoie who were moil doper.t. in fortune, or moit rro-
flijate In politici.
There i. not a junto in Kurops, which ii half loeorupt
ai our own adminiilration. and if the preient djnaity
ofiaeeulatora, and dam.goguetii continued, we may bid
aa eternal farewell to me nouor anj iir umi 01 our
Will.the people content that a Land ipeculatiog and
Dank note Ariitocracy, shall hold lha reint of ;otenv
mint eijht yean longer?
It the American nation a confederacy, merely fr tho
benefit of oflke-holding Ariitocrati.'
Are there not tome other tnotirei for iti coutinuauce
thin that Ilia few ihould lie pirnpeird at the rxpente of
)he many.' If not! prepare for ehaim aod ilavery.
They are at hand, and the next generation will bathe
subject! uf a drapotiim thay euonol throw off.
RUTLAND COUNTY SENATORS.
It wai once laid by a learned Judge, that nhinginfa
doubtful nature ware alwayi uncartain."
Soma of our Whig and Antimaionic friendi IhiuV that
if the tTTotKkfti ouw balbre tho public, adrenclulhe
ill"0 , run nearly ,,.. .that there
would be ..danger that two of (he candidate.. i lh.
Jailer oighl luecaed. At any rate we know that lh.
l.llle Urgency r.,, in thu tounly are tickling Iheru -
i.iw, ..t...7 .i ... . .,. expecimg i a preiu i.y
our divtnoo. To put thu louLlful matter entualy
tares -unf etiiatr,rrnj,airoti are making to unite
oa one ticket, which we think will ullimalily b aecom
plubej. Wears frack to lay that unlen this union doe,
take place, it would be good enough for ui to be ueatrn.
"Ii the whole of HutUmA C-imJy going nrir Iq tha
rrai ? " inquires lha editor of the Rurlingtoa (Van
tluren) Seolioal. No air ! not quite 1 Only about half
a cWo,lo whvdi you are t tod ring "ipo'li." and they
ara going It Aung under tf4 tKvd lection !"
The lame paf nnUgihiogly lays, "it is a notorious
fact a fartTirluilly adaittad by tl. Whigt themselrts,
thit Ihe fwmer frtenJi or ihrir cause are abandoning it ; nherc the money comet from. Was It borrowed
by icorei and bucdredi io try part of tha Slate." ' from the pel bank t It :htt the rraion why Van
Cea"i ypi tell analber brothir Su,lfoie ihel gU ! Ruren and hit friends In Congreas, are oppoacd to
rU' OM-wora-ef tVhigi, perhif. may bate Wen the distribution of the money anting from the ttle
aedora-J from their allegiance tu the gtonou. caute of the of the public land, amongat the States according
Whip in all the State by the Van Uoraa plunderert of to I heir rep'eacotation in Congreta 1 If it la de
U U. S. Tnaiury , and alt the trouble it ought to gtre , med tbat there la such a company, and thai Var. Ru
in ia. that if lha Dutchman thnoU'ot succeed in aatend. ten it a member, 1 am prepared lo prove it."
cs4ieg the gtaal .SaUucal Chair, tbay will N skulking - '. ' ! T n.
hek areio. Two hundred JackauD wen io Licking, Ohio, r.
.... ccnlly uflvrrd to re oo the Harrison Viplanc
Tbetait Moptier papan bring us thedrtth -f lbs Commit! re and were accepted. Mr Van Bu'ea
Jtwi. Ttaolby H Mtri.. ec cf Elite, ajrl ii wiil ffoniiU at thtt Lkfg .111. DauAdv
IOkRKHtl, staiLoou fhii rmtknj.n II iul.rfJ
thut we receded h "Iwig Utttr on Stturd lest. Ill
Wngth (roteneg ten or llt pages nf inenuteripO pre
j eluded lh idee e.f ptiVliihiog it in Ihii wwk'i flr, with
' out much irwuTniBff.
( We r Dot kti-j thai oor old friend Kellogg, bet
' lured out ujvn Ihe subject alluded to in our Uil rit :
i ltli defection with party h has tern identified with for
many jeart. Hut we regf-l that he hoi digtestrd to j
much from lh point at iriue, which was the recti on, prtv. I
I bably, of piun; so much latitude to his production as to
reojer Iti admission quit objectionable.
Iluwrier, if the General Juri n.it Me fit lo wilrdrw
l (,f"r CroUog down a lillltj before another week, we
shall propebly giro it a place in ourroluaint i not how -
.1 . . , , , .l
irt, without fejotnirg, nj acermpaning it with I'icli
damper ai, f hn may lead hllu lo take bark tmt td ta
; thai he it hetnoJ the rrch of being reclaimed. Hit
pnd nor tittle natural Kink il.uuU not letd him to
jtetleitily on io important a matter.
Hurt end fan Ilumi. Mr Van Hurrti.tayi a western
pijx-rjiai ipiJ afier llurriu '11 olioU cour c in olitit
Huir aoujhl to jraip llir I'mnUncy from Jrfluion hy
iulrlu him cvrruptiun. What 11 Van Itoifti Join;
tlurr ri-liul Ilin'Vlro I'rinOrsrj tiu thr populariljr of
.Mr Jtflriinn. Viu Iturrn Mi thr itrrntlh of tha oU
War lion of OrUam. Ilurrrama within a frightful
urarnm of thr I'rrnilrticj'.tijr iulri'ur auJ ImlM-rf. Van
liuicu if a itlii(clin); to irach lha uini (oal thrmipli Ihn
ta'nr nira ui. iimiar irri product umilar Jaltt. 1'out
from llit Spirit vf Strrnly Six.
IS THIS GHNUINB bKMOCACV I
Tiinu lias been, v.licn otcry citizen of thu coun
try miller. tood what true democracy una, and
could readily dmtiiiguisl) it Ironi llio fulac kind.
Our government i, In theory, baaed on democrat
ical principal?. In tho days of JefTeraoti, Madison,
and Monroe, ttir people round theory and practice
coiriL' hand in hand. Tliev had reason in I heir
,tronp partiality for the administration of affairs as
conducted by the.e iW democrat.. The public
npCIOWUIIB llv CIIIIMU aiiu cao,ijr 1.11111 'i vii.jiiuvu
Economy was firticlKed not merely preached, as
it now if. The cabinet, in lhoo days, lived in the
parlor not, as now, in tho Kitchen. The demo
cratic pro was supported by its proper patrons
rot, as it id now, by a tax on the salaries ol ol
fice lioldors and on covi rnment contracts. Laws
nol fnolM, ,i)t.n governed. The 1'tople then made
their own nominations lor oltice
Contentions, made up of government officers, dic
tate to tho freemen for whom they shall vote.
Then mt wcro permitted to do Iho work of the
people : now, little loyt are the Liggett patriots
we have. Then too, money was not patriotism,
nor were officers sought for, or given, that the in
cumbents might enrich themselves ami thoir dnpon
0 ! that thnao purer times might revive ! that
public men' would lako office to servn their coun
try, instead of their own selfibh interests ! That
political honealy and a gnnerous parly spirit might
bo revived ! That the Constitution and the Law
might be restored, and again take captive tho af
fectiona of tho pople! Ihat tho money of the peo
ple might bo held en a bacrod depoaile, and be mi
more applied to award partian lo make the
rjc, morf! rjc,
to hire deceivers to corrupt pout
ical morals, and defaracrs to hunt down every mde
pendent citizen who will not, against his conscience
bend the kneu and worship tho Magician and his
confederates. It his been hinted, in various quar
ters, and by thote who stand near enough to the
public crib to seo who feed thero it is believed
that in the oppotilion to the'eurplua' law.thcro vtas
"more than met in tho oyc," Cut we little thought
that tho unspotted democrat whom Ocneral Jack
t . j i.t . i.i i.fc..
aou nas appowica m aucceaaur, luiuu u. oC..,Cu
to add to hit already overgrown wealth. Least of
all, did wo deem, it possible that the second otlker
; of tho government could soil his fingers with the
1 depositu monies. It would seem wo were not suf
ficiently enlightened in this matter, Ito the fact
true or false curtain it is that, the the city of New
I. .. .1 I.. ...I, Aaa. il laa at Innin t C rntrt irwlll rft.
, "u '- -
mark among his friends as well as his opponents,
Vl h cleC(, Five Mril.ons
Lf nolUri-somo .ay more.-by speculation, in
pub)jc Unds Tho ac(ua) BeltIorWhy was tho
I or(iur ,sl now ,nsJ0 that nothing but gold and nil.
J vef bo ,akcn for )am, ,ld t Why juat
now C1CC(, government sales! We leavn ctery
j om) ,Q ar)gwer ,ie,e tw0 qUt.4tions furhim,aelf.
I Head the fullowinj extract from this Frankfort,
"We have received, by this day's mail, the fol
lowing letter from a citiien of Rockcastle county,
i hich contains most cheering intelligence from
lliBl section 01 1 110 Dime. ills aiau niipunaui as
containing I he information that Martin Van llurtn
is speculator upon public lands, being a member
of a company associated for that purpose, lio wieid
a capital of K miluom or noi.i.iiis. Our currte
fiondcul very properly ake, where does Ihi mon
ey come from 1 The people wjll alo ask tho sioic
question, and who will answer it ! !
.Moot vkrnok, Juno 21, 1S20.
Mr Editor : The Hon. Charles A. WicklitTe
sddrcesiu the ciliieni of Whitley county on Mon
day last, it being the firat day of tho circuit court.
Ahl An flit ! Itn aa A .1 rn m t A A m T al fa t ft fl I f hAf.
M rf RoekcMUo, ln ,, ,0wn of
j Mount Vwfl0 Wllh )ikc ipplobtton lUcnd.
, hj f p-,, you w sood (ccounl frow
1 .con orihc country ITI Augutt.
. l)tve ,0 ,0,jU.,on ln ..Timf that there will be
larger majorttiea given in thia county to Clark and
Wickliff.! and the Hanaito.N ticket than ever was
gttcu before to any other candidate. I saw a re
sjiectahle gentleman, one whose word cannot be
doubted, who aaid he visited Arkansas lait fall, and
he told me that he bad accn a conititutiou which
wet called "The Constitution of tho American Com
pan)," and that Martin waa a member, with a rap
iiat of 1,000 000 dollar: J the object uf which was,
to sri.rui.iTE i.i tiik rrcuc iiP't Tint there
it such a company there, there is no. doubt, and that
l aa linm ts a member it alto true, I tbink it
, would be nell enough for the people to enquire,
Inn Tr.ii wn .lt tiir taint a -muuli frm
''umiirrMl tj flitlrrtoj ttli Tin mia. Tha
fior rf Kmlsek t In romplx" With a rrqumtioa of
Oto. (1iior, hai mail a tall upon that Stale fjr trn
rostpan'n of n o mtrJ tnloalrtn.lo ro.l' troui at KrnV.
fort at tatlj ai itl aoJfroni thenrr to march totht
rucampinent of 0n OaioMrn tha Eatune ritrr.
Tha Mi i kail ara pouriaf iuloTetai in lir'a ImJiai
acd thrralrn to rrort th lint anj maVa war ujion our
horJen. Tlity hat areojen l far, It ii akl,ai to ila
rlare their Intrulioii t rarV au.1 Luru (lit City of .Nf w
Undrr mrh rtrnimilancrr (ayi the l.iirjton lotflli
(rncrr)il Wlmrai our porrnimrnl lo tilir fijorimi mea.
luirr, lo rniit rffwlually thf ilijhlril ajjrrnion.
Tin: o-n, MttiKCT. Our fallow rltu'm deeply in
tereited la wool eruwin; are frtqiirtlr railing upon in
to lay lomething atut the ool proiprrt. We ihould
le well pleated to Ixi enabled to tell them all about it if
we could do to eorrr. tly.or alfird them tueh fnformalion
ai would be uieful lo them. Hut ihould n e hold out Ion
bright prripeetf, an. 1 thr grower! mroiimpirnce Iherrof
ihould fall lo ir their nitol, we thnuld he blamed. If
we ilmuld rata (he matkel too low, (lien again we might
Wool hat Utmiii. quite an article of ipecula'.inn, and
the price, lomrnhat (lcirtlllting. We lure had Irequcnl
ennrerration w ilh purchaten (Manufacdirer. and agenli)
from rarioui terlioni oflhe manufacturing dutricti, and
if we have made up any opitiii n at all on the lubjrrt from
what we have tliui lcarut, it il, that it would not he ad-
liable for the gruwert to hr.lj cu to thrir wool if they
can obtain something like about lait yrar'i price,.
We giie the fulluwiug from the Northampton (Man.)
Worn,. Wool i evidently in advance oflhe lait year'i
prices, though far ihort of nhal il ought to he (o repay
the farmer fur the extra cott of Iho lait winter's keeping
lluyrr fnr their own ue are abronil, hi well specula,
tort, and some are making attempt, to ride ruuiid the far
mer on the old worn out I'anlc horse, (pearcily of money!)
but their rries are ralher faint arid feeble.
Tin. old Hone Panic' maybe atily known by far
mers, at he generally hat mine city newspapers, or a let
ter frum some city mercluut lied to his tail.
THE LINES DRAWN.
The Washington Olobc insists Ihat the distribu
tion oflhe surplus revenue ought to bo considered
a test question. Wo arc happy to agree with this
Van Huron ortclo i a test question let il be. In
deed, whether the Gloho wuh it or not, it must and
will be a question to lest tho virtue of piilticiann,
We were a little apprehensive that the Van Buren
party would full back on their non-committal ground
and after hating labored to defeat the people's bill
that they would shrink from its responsibility. Wr
rejoice to hear them plead guilty to the cliarpc of
having opposed tho ilixtrihution. Let it bu borne
in mind, that on this point Mr Van Iiurcn is at di
rect issuo will. Gen. Jackson, who signed iho bill :
Ileelzebub is divided against Rcelzebub, and a house
divided against itself canpot cta:.d. lie it rcmcrr.-
bi-red that mi this important measure, Mr Van Ru
ren Iihk thought proper lo array hunnolf against the
'resident, ror he is for divding the surplus .nnney
among the people, and Mr Van Iiurcn is fur holding
nn to theapoile. Of uiarM, lS.ort jmrMoils or
the Jackson party are under no obligations any lun
ger to sustain Mr Van Ruren, This nt once os-
tablishci the position for which wc have long con
tended, to wit, that Van Buremsm is not cocxtcn
dive with Jacksonism, The Ysn Ruren party is tin
generu that is, a party of its own peculiar and ex
clusive nature, without rcfercce to any other known
principles of government at polity. As such, it has
nothing In common with the people of this country
and it ought to be reprobated by every plain deal
ing citizen. On this platform, at least one third
oflhe veritable Jackson party mutt necessarily
stand aloof from Van Rurenism, or clsn at onco re
cede from Jacksnnism. Hence it follows that Pen
sylvnnia, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia,
and Missouri will inevitably ho !ot to the official
nominee, and bo arrcyeu on the side of thp oppoii
tton. rfUost. Cent.
AYrc Jeney. Almost every mat1 brings us aome
new incident rendering more manifest, the pitiable
delusion under which the leading spoils men have
labored in supposing they would bring the great
mass of the Jackeon party la support a man of Van
Hurcn's character for the Presidential Chair. The
following letter dircloseB a stale of feeling among
the Jackson men of New Jersey, which will be
found on tie day of election, lo have existed to a
great extent among tho members of that parly
throughout the Union, .hjirrrcrsn ij- (hiz.
To the Editor of the Evening Star:
Observing in your paper of the 11th inst. a cal
culaliou upon the ensuing Presidential Election, in
which you concede New Jersey m Mr an Harcn ;
in behalf of 40 Jackson men of (his township, I pro
test against such an admission. Win. IL Harri
son and Francis Grancr, will rcccivo upwards of
1200 Jackson votes in ihe counties of Morris, Suh
sex, and Warren alone and I hate no fears of tho
electoral vote of Now Jcrrcy. The partisans of
Van Iiurcn and the Amtlgsmalor aro deatiued to an
overwhelming defeat, not only in littiu Jersey, but
throughout tho Union.
A.i obici.hl jacksom ma.i.
Morristown, N. J. July 13, 16U(i.
Mr Van Rurcn's oppoilion to tho Distribution
I Rill, will prote the death kow to his political pros
' pede. The Albany Advertiser eays ;
i Ilisbolievrd that 3,000 Jackson mn in Ohio
I abandoned Mr Van Ruren in one day, (ihe lih of
I July.) This was in consequence or the information
j then first recoited. oflhe opposition of Vn Huron
' to the paaaage of lh dialnbution bill.
j IC7What has Mr Van Huron, done for Ins
country I it a question cttier asked than answered.
Rut an editor in Cincinnati, more bold than Me
neighbors, hat at last tolled the problem. He
' aava Mr Van Ruren l. a man of "laUnti' "uUe
be claimed. Wiih regtrd'io Mr V.
. la all that can
I," wr have but little to tav. If be
baa "latent.," they have been moil ahamefully a
boaed. We have a multitude of men in our coun
try, who are infinitely tuennr to bim in every
thiag which conatltotea a real ttaleiman. a "tal
ra(j are confined lo a moat happy mode of ertiioo
a tart of easy non commiUalitra, which reqoiria
su;7Wrr nf Gen. Jack,, and "no advocate '"" 'hoontis ucui.i.u. v ... ie u, ..opeimn ,rttfiled intolvri.t, mid alio .11 claims sndde
.rational Hank." Tint is thu turn s.olaI ortde ed- lh" 'r" of improvement . 11 there be abut. . mJ,1(j, ,.x tthiWtJ , rff,, e.f fKj ,it months
Itora claim, for tho support of the People; and tint " it and all t)rten.a are liable lo ahutei c-neci i ,,, ,,1C dj, of Jljy ,;ri()(, owrj by
acruiiay io eeleel aca renccuun io cxpoae. mryii iuji;osc,hi (gis.untubc b,o,i,wv i.n
tvonld shrink before the bn!hrt witdom ofH'-r jor i7 of intt.:'.g.nt on of It. fittti.. Ureqaiiu.,
tlay Dime! Webtter or Gca. Hirr03tt thed".r.j'vcvcr null bi'dr.cn .u i ,e ntrf u.n.,
.i . rtiL-.ii
light uf pate Phs-bui dues before thfl eiriilgeut glo
ry uf the tiring sun.
Wc concede Ihe other qiitllfietltona ; bill doubt
Ibe.r luffictenry In place him in the chair of Stair,
Mote Il.-l:inz. The Washington Dinner, t
warm Jackson paper, contains the following article:
lto il understood, then, that with thonaanj. uf
'others, who risen lu be true and faat fHcn'li ofllr
publicani-m," c ratmi t, w ill nuT aacnfice prin
'rlplet for men. When wr arr called upon to )irld
up ore on llw sllrr uf ii tim't perianal onilitin
'ihr piireal of Democratic principles, een tittm'
iln.'lf. That Martin Van llo'en. uc any oilier Indi
tiilual may obtain the vote uf Slaveholders to make
'dim I'rrsiJcnt, irr thtill thumtr Litk tkt jutucr,
SIGN'S OF THE TIMES.
Il Ucoiiatanily becoming more appanul that V.
Ruren has nut thu c-olifidunui', mid Mill nut rrrmir
t lie suppfirt of a la'gt" txirtiim id the Jackann parly.
Incidents liko tin' following Inch aie of fieqornl
uccurretu'r, apoak a language nut lo lie iiusuniicr-
At the Celebration of ihe tih nf July, at Lick
ing, Wliio, liy tho irienils ol lieu. Harrison, .uo
Jackson mull j mod the procession, ami annnutit'cd
their dcteriumutiou tu nppoac tho Slippery Elm
candidate. To show Ihat thrtr supporters of Gen.
Jackimi wero presetil, o quutc the following res
olutions adopted unanimously on the occamm.
ittsolved, Thai o heartily approve uf Ihe orig
inal Iradltig pruici j'K'M upon which our pri'sent Chief
MugiKlratc. (icn. Andrew Juckuni was elevated In
the olllco of President of tho 11. States.
Iletolveil, Thut bv tl led ion of hie brut hot
soldier ami Statesman, ti'oy. Win. 11. Hnrrn.uu,
tho people of tins government will, wu believe, ex
perience, in practice the benefit of lliesu principles,
while in tho conduct and measures of Martin Van
Ruren and his loading partisan, wo have already
soon them repudiated and utterly deserted. .ill).
A L'omintttco appointed by the anti-hank, and
anli-cnrpornliun party of .Now l ork, recently uil
drcsnd u letter to Mr Van Ruren, t-luting their
opinions, and dciirod tu know huvv far he accorded
with them. His answer will be found below; ami
as usual, it is genuine nrn committial. If he n
grccd with his correspondents in opinion, why did
ho not say sol If he disagreed with then, why
nut uvow his dissent liku a iujii? 1'riinUin
Washington July Old, 183(5.
Gentleman j I have the. honor to receive jour
letter, with an accompanying 'Uoclurulliui of Prin
ciples,' adopted by a general Convention of the
city and cuutitj of Now Voik, in fav -jr of equal
Rights and opposed to nil monnplies, and return
you toy sincere I nanus mr mis iihuk oi your re
epect. n the great principle with which you set
out. viz, 'thai iho truu foundation of republican
government is the equal rights of every ciliZ'in, in
his person and property, and in their management,
I fully concur, and honor and respect h!1 temperate
and well iliiccted efforts tu protect nud enforce it.
For my views in regard to other proportions con
tained tu thu declaration, and especially tu those
which relate tu the snlijtcin uf banks, paper mutiny
specie currency, and mumiplice, you must ulluw
me to refer you to a public courso of no iiicoiisid
crnblo duration in the State and I'vdeia) Govern
ments, and to a succession of public dcclarntioni
heretofore made by me. On sonic of tho latter
stibjeclH I bhali also havo an occaeion fur a further
public expression of my opinions in a icply lu u call
made upon mo before the receipt of your letter.
To these acts and expressions I respectfully invito
candid consideration, and if they thuuld be found
to bring my opinions sufficiently near to those you
espouse to entillu me lo your confidence, I shall
be proud of possessing it.
Vour od'i scrv't,
M. VAN HUUE.V.
To Alex. M. Vnche, M, Jaques, S. Huslirouck,
Alex. Mng, Jr. and E. W. Graham.
The. Distribution Hill. From the recent dumon
stiation of tho Washington GJobc, il is evident Hint
Iwo plans nrn on foot by the Van Ruren party foi
lha viftual defeat of the distribution bill. The one
is Iho repeal of the law by the next Congress, as
intimated by the Globe, nnd the other is to put up
such candidates for the local Legislatures, that
they may, if elected, be induced nut to apply for
the respective shares of the Slate thoy represent.
Maddened to desperation at being deprived of
iho public funds for purposes of speculation, and
corruption, the dominant party ore resolved it pus
tiblc, to keep thu public money out of tho hands of
Us true owners, the poo:lp. The issue then is v.
Ruren and no distribution, or Harrison and distri
bution. Shall tho pjbhc iiis.ni)' bo u.ed cotruplly
by n few, or applied legally for Ihe benefit oflhe
man) 1 It is to be hoped Ihat our political friends
throughout thu State, will keep this rtibjo"t in
view, and in no case nominate any candidate for
office unless he expressly rind unequivocally de
clans himself in favor of the "distribution of the
surplus revenue." .Uluny Adv.
'The principle of associating wealth to accom
plish particular works, eithir by voluntary copart
nership, or a legal cm juration, wis eaily adopted;
and it is obviously beneficial to persons uf eina't
tms:, vtho, by thus uniting their little suupi, nt
ena'iUd lo ecrumpliah mtgnfuent and un fi uorU
othurvvise unattainable, (,r beyond iho rco( fail
except the moil wealthy. The system thjts parly
begun, has been steadily pursued through, all uur
hislury down lo our own days. It has glien lo
tho couulry )our wbaive.s your dock your
beau your rai.rotdi many of your moti splendid
j. i. , . ... : . i '
. . , , i, a .
Idem; bui to prohibit all corporal .r.o.ei..iw t
' u,cn "v . , . ' H'S'V
will, would be but yielding to iLf duianda of full),
ignorance or knavery.'
The above n an extract from Mr David Hen
thaw's Address ou Ihe l b of Juiy. 'J'he opimona
here advocated in regard to the effect of aaaocia -
lions of pertona .cling under corporate iigUU. arr,,
fUlllcee yisur lluuritkiug nwnuiaviuriei; youriu, 1 1 A It !C IS STIiWMtl)
inroad commerce. Tu abtssdoli the )lcm, a. !,,,, ,,,rat .f., ,
ooutire t'ire ttuswnt In such alrong nM In tay a
veie leriti, to Ihn aaaembly he addrraarJ- lo ll.e
letderawft parly whixo M-irirtrt, aa inalnltincl
brthr-lr Jaurnila and In the lyi.latote, wuilld, if
arried lulu actien, dierouriga and pretrnt the fur
intlsnrt of any now ao iati..ns, and perhaps old
tura ftll Ihat are In rti.tencc Uottoa tit.
TRICK I'OIt TRICK.
Jntham Dtibha rr)f agr-d at Rarnel, Vermont, aa a,
fhixtlomtor, and came recommended by Me mini.
r. Hit agrrimieui with the committer wis, that
he tbiold rretste $00 a tear, tnd if he gate per
tret aaliafactton he almulJ $200 mora. Ofcoursr.
at thr end nf the time he did nol suit; (why ihould
h have done n, irhen it would have coat Ihr town
$200') and he waa fiunithrd with Irave of ab
enir. Jothsm could swallow any thiug In reaaon,
but lint was too bad. To pacify him thv promis
ed a recommendation 0fi(iiod behavior and first rate
qualitieatinna aa a sclio'dtnislcr, and of their rifect
sti.fiiption with him, Joihsin wa. satltfied with
the bargain, and tho rrcoinmendation was given.
Jotham taw that all waa riiht, and squaring up tu
the euinmiltrr, ho said, 'I'll just thank )o fur tho
4200, neenrding to nicemenl, f.r I'vo got your
cerlillcato to it in my pnckel.' The committee
were healeu, and had to icttlo with Jolhaiil on hi.
The above t.iry, whlrh has cone the rounds, la
likely r nough true, cvci'pt that umnunl of the ia,'ary.
.?.i(IO per esr ful a arhoolmaalrr would frighten
the good people of Vciinont out oflheir cnills-ea.
U) ier month l tho utnal price wild the privi
lege of 'hoarding round,' and rating cold gander
fur breakfast, dinner and snn.'cr. by way nf variety.
i"'ot so fast, Mr 'Tuner;' you did not know
did you, lh it the people of Vermont cat J'riilrlev
cn'months in a yesr, hy way of a change 1
The (rtAi'iigf'in llMie rniiiueralcs among tho
inort impurlMit of tho lost hilU of thu last Seatiuu,
ihe Jiidicinry Kill : tho Mint Rill; theCiistom lloiisu
Rill : tho Rill fnr the ro-nrgnuizatinti of Iho Treas
ury Depirttncnt, and tho Rill to reduce the TarifT.
A Mammoth Hitrte. There ia now at (hn tft.
hie of Capl. Thomai, nf thu Rurlinglon Hotel, a
horse, recently imporlcd from England, 5 year old
ami well tnaile, Umi weigtia IVaiUlus,
A Ni'iv York i 1 1 iirs it ai n fuel that Mr Ilonie,
the former employer of II i(oniiiii,liui advertlied a farm
in Connecticut for sale, it hein now Ihe proerly of Hob.
iti'im'i fathi r nil I to he told to pay portion oflhe sum
winch it it noiv tatitf.ii torly u'critaiuod ha at various
tunes lolilxd Mr llotmr
Nwccommoi.iiae-. "Will you lend father your
newspaper, sir ? ho only jiisl wnnla lis read II,
"Vcs, my boy ; ami nsk linn lo loud me Ids dinner;
I only just want lo eat it."
ill nrandou, lt in l)avi,lu Malnila Hum pus.
In New listen, Mr Jo.i.li ll.irrowi uf Uridpurl, o
Mil 'ril4liks Cats,
hi Mr iltlelmrniipii, U 1 iiitltiil, Mill Klillhf th P. Poi.
icndrii, Hed 17, daughter of lha Istt Jntapli Kenoulan.
Ill llurliiolon on tha (Tih Mr Thuiiua Putnam, u;tj
In Milton, July id, Lyman only inn of Lyman Ourgest
gil IS inoiithi.
In Mohtpehrr,ou the 2Clh ult. a hlhl of Mr Dioiel
I'liurilon. nhn n ihild ol Mr Daniel O. Knld.
LL persona indsbtcd lo I lie J'finler hereof,
vvliuse deiimuds have been barred hv the ata-
l ill e of iimitutionn nrc requested to comu forward
and moke payment or renew the claims and wo
should foel vory grateful for a little ready Coili ou
demands that have been due from one to four years.
PRINTER UrrM lljlice.
Kent 4Jopcl Vnrnitli.
FOIl tnle hy, JAM i:S llAKItliTT Jr.
Hiitloni), Jul) 29, 1830. 32
P A l iT S .
J" VUT k MASON, kcqi cnnstMillv for !
J LLNSEI) OIL, PAINTS oVull bind.;
DVE STUFFS, DIJLIGS & ,MUDCINKS.
Htitlatnl Augtivt Ui, IH3G. .'2
s ii i:
a i: vt h.
I TIOIl salu by
Ruisud, Jul v :m ih:iii.
UfVj llio subicri'jors being appointed by the
lion. Prohute Cmnl tor Ilia district of
Ittltl.uiii, riiniir.lisioiirri, lo U'ccive, examine and
adjust ail flitiiiia und demands of nil per.ona a.-,
ghlllat t!ic csi.Hr of
late of Piitafutil, in asJJditUicI, Jcreased, reprn
-n-i imolveiil, ami alto nil claims and demands,
exhibited in offset thereto; and. tix moulds froni
Ihe did day of July iiitt. being ullowrd by laid
Court fur that iurim.r, we do theiefore hereby
give notice thm wr will attend lo ihe butiiiesi
uf our at :a I c I wppoinlment, at the Town Clerk's
oflice in sniil I'iltifurit, on the lait Monday of
October and DrcoiitVer next, from 1 until -1 o'clock
1. ,M on caeli of mid iUy.
ABEL PHNI'IKLI), ) n ..
L. (HLREKT, tu mmU$-
Drfted at I'liuloid (bit 20ih day of July, A.
I). !Kfl. 32
WU lliesnliicribern, being oppiiinlrd by thf
Hon. I'robale (,'oiiit for the district of
llnllaiwl, rninmitttoners, to receive, examine tnd
.ll)iilt . . , ,,.., llf ."
.. ,t, ,..,, '
in w - . .. - - aB)iik. ut,V4lvi IMS'
,,j(J ro.1(l f)lf .Wunr thruforr here
i by give Holier that we will attend In Ihr boelueM
nf cur Mid e.iioiiiiiiiciit, ut the dwelling house of
Cbriter Kingily, in f'hreitdon, on the dt-
Wrdr.etdavt of September nnd Drcembrr lieit,
fioru (ne oVIoxk until H clock, P. M. on racb oi
1 .aid dnyi
FIIEDEHIC'K Ill'T'l'DN", ,.
uil ii. iu iirtiii'is r - w
j,r ?f . iiiui .i,
Daled ul (-lattr.tiyr f ia J t .! a y t f Aoju.it,
I) IS36 J2