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From the . '.rl'stn Mercury.
SYNor)SIS flF rl E rARIFF.
The followi1:9 abe-tract of the Tariff, i
ied fruom -... NIw Yo.-k Tribune. It is
veryp.-f.t oluiltaig ,Ome leading ar
tic!e etirely. But we publish it for the
comparimio it aff.rds with the Act or 1832
which. on most of the high protected arti
cles, was an increase of duties over the
Act of 1828. We shall supply the defi
of the table as soon-as possible.
Duties by House Bill
of 1832. psed.
WAfXS or ARTIctES.
lannes and baizes
* 16 14
&c.sq.yard. 63 55
do Venetian. &c 35 30
do floor c'th pat. 43 35
Oilcloth furniture sq yd 124 10
Cotton Bagging do 34 4
Vjaegar gall 8 8
Weer in casks do 15 15
Beer in bottles do 25 20
Oil, fish. &c. do - 15
Oil, Olive do 25 20
Oilecastor 41o 40 -
Oil. linseed do 25 25
Oil. rapeseed do 25 25
Sugar, bro and
clayed und 24 24
do x% ite clay do 34 4
do loaf do 12 6
do Imp & oth ref do 10 6
do candy do 12 4
do syrup do 26 5
Chocolate do 4 4
Cheese do 9 -
Tallow candles do 5 4
Lard do 3 3
Beef and Pork do 2 2
BaUcoU do 3 3
Butter do 5 5
Salptire, refined do 3 2
Oil of vitrol do 2 1
Dry ocbre do I I
Ochre iu oil do 14 -
Red & white led do 5 &- 4
Wlliting do 1 14
Litharge do 5 -
Stgar of lead do 5 4
Lead, pig, &c. do 3 3
Lead, pipes do 5 4
Lead, old scrap do 2 14
Cordage, tarred do 4 5
Cordage untarreddo 5 d4
Twine, pack thr'd
&C. do 5 6
Corks do 12 30 pr c.
Copper rods and
bolts do 4 4
Copper nails and
Pikes do 5 4
Wire, cap or bo3
net do 12 12
do iron and bteel
n abv 14 do 4 5
do do do above
No 14 do 2 8a1l
Iron nails do 5 3
Iron spikes do 4 24
do cables, chains
and parts d 3 24
do anchots do 2 24
do anvils do 2 24
ziers rode 3.kt
a 8.l6 dia do. 3, ~4
do nail or spike
reds do 3 ~4
dttsheep orhoop du 3. 2
do hanod. &c. do 3 20 4
do it pigs tis1 0
do old .,crap c"1 624 5
do bar rok-d ton 300 25 00
do bar hno- t 80 70
wered doI K 70
llmp- ci't 2100 2 00
.Muma do 250 1 501
(coppera, do 2 00 2 10
u~ ::vxt Iour do 50 701
Cu;:1 do 7
Wheat do 25 25
Ott, du 10 10
Potutoes do 10 1()
15sper. folio &
gjr p',t lb 20 17
duo oot.cap. &. do 17 15
dlo printing, cop
per plate. &c. do 10 104
do sheathting &c. do 3
Ptzper all other do 10 la
Hooks prior to
1775 vol 4 4
do other than
Fuglish do 4 4
do Greek and
Latin b'd do 15 15
do du do nb'd do 13 13
,do all other b'd do 30J -
dioall other unb'ddo 26 -
A pth's vials un
der 6oz. gr 1 75 1 71
AdO 6to16 oZde 2 25 2 25
Demni'ihne No 25 15 gj 20
Glass boutles to d 0 30
Glass bottles over
iqi do 2 25 4 00
Playing cards pk 30 25
10 perl00 3 00 ~250
over 8by 10
and not over
10 by 12100
square fejet 3 50 3 50
o'er 10bis ao 4 00 6 00
Fish dried osr
smoked qu'l 1 00 1 00
Fish salmmi barre] 2 00 2 00
Fish msackerel do 1 50 1 50
Fish all other do 1 00 1 (K)
phoes and slip-.
pers silk pair 30
Shoes prunellai do 25 25
Shoes leather do 25 25
Shoes children do 15 15
hoots and b'mees do 1 .50 1 20
Wool over8cets 40 pr c 30 p e
pound aod 4c &3 c
WVoolen yarn 50 p e 3 p c
pound & 4 cta
Merino shawls gr et 50 40
4Cloths and casst
moles' do 50. - - 440
' manuf. do 50 30
make do 50 50
Glass cut pound 30. p 25 a 42
Glass plain and 20 ) 10
other do & 2 cts
and and plain white
do per l 1 50
All other do 2 50
Watches and Diamonds 74 p c
Gems, Pearls, &c. 7
51o!asses-44 mills per
lb. instead of 5 cts per
San Lucar aif'd Cana
,ry. per gallon 40
Port, Burgundy. and
Claret in bottles 35
do in casks 15
Tennerifle and Claret.
Whlite not enu'ted, of
and Portugal, in
do in bottles 20
Red, of do in casks 6
do do tn bottles -0
White and Red of
and the M1cditer
renenn. not eu'
led. in casks 124
do do in lhottles 20
Wines of Sicily-Mad'a 5
.1arI t 15
Other Wines of Sicily 15
All other Wines and
other than those of
and Portugal in bottles 6.5
do its casks 25
The Ifllowing li& comprises all the im
portlatl aricles to be admitted duty free:
I All articles imported for the use of the
2. All goods, the product of the United
States, exported aud.hrought back, and
>ks and personal and household effects
>) citizens of thu United States dying a
3. Paintinas and statuary. the proluc
ion of American artists residing abroad.
4, Wearing apparrel in actual use. and
>ther personale0'ects. and tools of trade, of
persons arriving in the Unite-] States.
5. Philosophical apparatus, instruments
books, maps. and charts,rstatues, statuary,
busts and casts, paintings, drawings, en
;ravings, etchings. specimens of sculpture.
tabinets of coins, medals, gems and other
:ollectimns of antiqitiesprovided the same
)e specially imported in good faith feor the
ise (and by the cirder) of any society in
,orporated or established for Philosopical
)r literary purposes. or by the use and by
he order of any college, academy. school,
)r seminary of learning in..the United
G. Anatomical preparations,'models of
nachinery. and of other inventions and im
--, n the arts. specimens in Natu
ris aninals imported for breed, fish fresh
auhr imperted for daily consumnption,.
fruit, green or ripe. from the Wlest Iidies.
in bulk, tea and coffee, when imported in
A merican vessels fromt theplace orgrows th.
7. Adhesive felt for sheathing vessels.
aloes, antimony. crtude argol, assafwtidai,
ava root. barilla, bark eof cork tree unman
'eturet, belhs or hell metal, and chimes
f bells, brass in pigs or lhars, and olil brass,
razil wood, crudo brimstooe and flour of
sulphur. bullion, burr stones onwrought,
ocineal, coins and gold and silver, cop.
>r imported in any shape fori the uise of
e it.t copper in pirgS or bars. and cop
per ore, old copper. creamot tartar. flints.
nm tragenuth. iudia rtr.er ankumn, Ince
e,. eche-. mna Ider, mih ler oft Pearl,
nickel. nu,voicia, piahn leaf mantuftalu
e . lalmi oil. I'e.rnvian bark. platinat. ivo
v plvaer of Paris. ratau, and reeds. salt
tre when crude, sarsmarilla,. sbellac, stl
er epaulettes, n:ed wings. 5sOtnes called
Thse duties are imposed bey the first
aie sectionas of the law.
Section 10. eneacts that on all unenu me
rated articles shall be impeised a duty of
wethty per cent. ad valorem.
Section II. An additioenal 10) per cent.
hall be' levied on all goodsk whtich shall be
imported in vessels not of the United
ts.-vhen no specific di.,criminiont
-s made by the hill :nd 10 per c-cot ad
hitional on~ all goeods except those brought
rrt beond te Cape of Good ilope in
rign vessels-provided no treaty stipu
aatons e infringed thereby.
Section 12. All duties shall ho paid in
asl-or the goods will be sold after GO
Section 13. prescribes the method of
eeing ; and means fur the ownecr to recov
er the overplus
Section 14. Allows a drawback on fiur
in sugar refined and exported from the
Lnited States eqlual in amnounit to the du
ty aid on foreign sugar ; of 5 cents per
gllon on spirits distilled from molasses
1813 when it shall be only 4, and an
:nully reduced I cent.
Section 16 otnacts thnt no drawbacks
shll be allowed to goods entitled to deben
tore, unless exported within threo years
after their import.
Section 16 provides the mode of v'alna
li of all goode paying ad valorern duties
enacting that all costs charges antd com
misions except insurances sh~all be added
to the market value.
Sectiot 17 empowers collectors and a p
praisers to take testimony necessary for
Sction 18 provides for cases of disa
;reement on appraisal.
Sction 19 enacts penalties for attempts
oo evade the payment of duties.
Sction 20 imposes on non-enumerated
artiles, the same duties as those enmer
i,., hich they most resemble ehall pay.
Section 22 provides or .Wer
there are noappraisers.
Section, 23 directs.the of the
TreasgY to make ite es for
Section 24 directs collecto follow
the Secretary's instructions. -5
Section 25 provid that shall
not apply to vessels at sh left
their last port East of the C f Good
Hope and Henlopen, Sept,
Section 26 prnvkles that nalties
of the laws of June 30, I becon
Section 27 (Land Distribu Anined.
See:ions 28, 29, and 30 ( out in
Section 31 requires the .ary ac
nually to ascertain and repo at arti
cles have paid a duty of Allan 30
per cent ad valorem.
Section 32 prohibits thi* t tion of
indecent prints and book-s. 1
Section 33 establishes a t 'A0 hun
dred weight-at 112 lbs. eacb.
.# A new section is added in -Senate,
enacting that while the Distrulioof the
Public Lands is suspended.-, tWi10per
cent allowed to the Western. e,-hall
also lie suspendcd.
Foreign uteug '
From the Charleston '
LATER FROM EU E.
The lbritish steamer Clued arrived
at lIoston on Friday mornlng bring
ing English advices to the 18 t. inelu
sive. b o -
We are indebted to the a ofeor
respondeuts in Buston and N4 ork for
slips containg an abstract of dh' newa
and to our English correspon daefoiffis
of the latest London and- U j , pa
pera; also to the Messrs. a for the
European of the 19th, and WnI-r's Liv
erpool slip, containing intelliene up to
the latest nomeit of the depa -of the
Frm the English Correspadent f Charles
leston Couier. (ki
LUNono, Aug. 1I8.1842.
But little change has takenffie in our
money market during the hinstforteen
days-ihe current rate of inters remains
nearly the same. and as it e ecto the
ineiropali there is a genial &iilaint of
the parcels of good bills in thadiscount
market. It consequence of-fifgeneral
decline of the price of graian io. provin
ial narketi, following that .ici had
preceded in M:.rk Lane, ifi:* appre
heuded that the six weeks a would
be suflirieutly low to advaner import
duty on foreign wheat to 9. V per
riarter. On that presumptioh con
cluded that the duty would 'before
the 12th on greater part of ' -eat in
tie warehouses, which woi rb a
bout ?700,000. It was f t jumed
that this sum withdrawn 'i Ceirc
laion at once would be . lt on
the market. andl that it wi Iy ar
rest any farther decline mo -0.
ey, hut tin
of spare capl
nore shy in
vern the dlut
the 8s. per quarter ior unsoue..wesa, ann
onscquenitly e'xtendss the pefiod fur the
entry sal foreign produce thatenach longer
As soon as ibis fact was made known mo
ney beame such a drug that itesould not
be placed withI the discount Eoses to any
thing like the extent required at 24 pcr
cnii. anad in thi. situationssiatters cetn
hne. Gr-eat anxiety has been felt here
for several days~ past at the uxtensive
strike amongst the workmnen in the prin
ipaI mnanufactui~riug dietribts., through
ut the coauntrv. and which;1.ivcreat
sing to an alatasing extent.2>' much
s that iiie ai.I of the milItar~ and a
large numstaer o' ra tcousables have
beeni I equlired. TIhe opinitin iar univn- ul
hat i: i-a a mosut aageadinouus step onth
part oft thle a empeayer' tee uttemtfl t ed e
wage- at the eraeent time whea~the pro
pct or a good1 harve-,: nudse '' -n trade
hold ut hopets to the laiboringcasa~ t hat
tey would ..hare the bene6ts and that
hir condhition wvonhl he amaeli tedl after
so on a period of privaiion an4sul'ering.
A very considearable dampn1 has bn throuwn
upoin busiiness in ithis city in consequence
and the ell'ect hans cutended in a slhgbt de
gree to thae public funds.
TlE RIOTS-LATEST INTELLI
From our Friefce Lrnpqa.
AN VcitESTRa, Wedntea jEting, 12
~clck.-Upe to this time the town has not
been disturbied by any riotous proceedings
this day. but the authorities. are, never
hiless, watchful. The dega~tes have
been sitting, hut nothingpatuilar has
emanated from them. e= ,i,
The proparietor of a pridhag. ~s, wit
a form in type, from which. *~o pin
carls were to be struck of, was, taken in
to custody this morning by order of the
Sonmc of the mills have been *"goinig,"~
i Is raid that they are the factories from
which the men turned out this day week.
The tmen on the extensive line of the Alan
chester and Leeds rail way, who were 0
bliged 1o turn out on Friday, wint to work
again this morning, To-morrg it is ex
peted a great numnber oands wilbgo in.
Ace attemnpt was made this morning to
turn ouat the hands at M.lr. Herman's Vic
torias Mill. Eceles road. but the asob was
efectually repulsed by the uorkmlent.
They then visited Messrs. Coatses and A'le
Naghen'. print wvorks atSeedly, but the
men of these establishments armed them
selves with bludgeons, and with the co
operation of the police and special consta
bes they put the moh to the route after
thrashing them, and chased them over the
country, taking three or four of the ring
leaders in custody.
At six o'clock in the morning two corn
panies of the 58th, with Captain Burke,
and a troop of the 1st troop of rhe 1st Roy
al Dragoons marched of to Ohdham. Fear
was entertained at that place of a tumul
teous assembi . and she local authorities
despatched a inessenger to General Si
Warre for some more troops to aid then1
in dispersing it. but .o conflict took place
A greal number of prisoners were ex
amined before the Magistrates to day
some charged with assauhing the police
others with forcibly entering shops and de.
mandint gools or money. It would be
tedious and uninteresting to give the par
ticulars of each case. Some were rentn
ded, others were discharged and bound
over to keep the peace, or sentenced in
imprisonment and hard labor for a few
The mills at Ashton, Staleybridge. Lee
(Ilossop. and Worslcy, are yet withou
hands, but from what I have been told to.
day on a personal visit they will be goin;
agaiu on Monday, There is not the leas
svuptotm of riot or political disalfeciion.
either at Ashion or Staleybridge. and it is
not thought requisite to station uny troope
in those towns. The turnouts at Ashitir
and Staleybridge are untied u ith the shil
keepers to get utp a proper scale ef wage.
to lay before the masters. They depre
cate corn law repeal, the charter, or anv
other poli ical que.stion, and are detertimin
ed to stick only to the allir of wages.
There is no thanks due to the League 1or
this wise resolution of ihe first to strike.
They prove that the average wages of the
most skilful class. the hand-loom men for
the last 12 moiths. have not been morn
than 30,.. while- the inferior class of spin
ners ha-, nly avera2cd 10:.. and their ex
ertions l'or tiut sum have been very labo
riots. They have got the acknowled2e
ment of a :reat mnany extenive mill own
er-. that there was not the least necessity
for reducing the r.ate aut whieh they were
paid. as hu-iness was bccpoing more brisk
It has bern reported that the Messrs. Mui
ley, at Staleybridge. n% ho %% ere the first to
provoke their iteu to strike, were paying
them at a higher rate thant their neighbors.
This is not the case: they wanted to re
duce their men 6d. in 9),d., and on their
remonstrating answvered then gruffly. It
was remarked by the other millhowners
that the men of ihi, firm did not look sv
well in bodily appearance, or were so well
clad, as most of tihe others. At .Manches
ter, the spinners are better paid than in
any of the neighboring towis. Two of the
Anti-corn law League were heard to sos
that they " must force them to come to."
The conduct of their mnember in this af
fair is much talked oif and condemnued e% en
by their friends; but they find their to--IS
are not so pliable as they would desire.
The good sense of the meni n ill reject the
initiative, and confine themselves to the
subject of wages. although worked upon
by every species if* insinuution. They sa
-Let us take one thing at a time." lt
will scarcely tbe believed that the Hailey,
are so much struck with the suflering an.'
destitution of their turnouts that they have
actually beco the first to distribute mceal.
soup. and pork to their starving workneti
and their families. That such is the case
I am informed from the tuost respectale
The reports brought to Manchester last
-.,.... ,,I.. , anou , u m tans gait
enough of meetings in llalifax and so de
parted for Bradford.
A meeting of the mill owners was heldl.
when it was dletermitied th~at the hands
that were forced out should resue work
Lord WVharneliffe arrived here to day
atnd proceeded to Leeds.
On the Manchester and Leedls riiihwav
men are stationed sot 0. itttmmu tenttr
almotst itnstantly a mfoveent oft any party~
on the line.
L;Etos, hamlf pa.,t seven.-The turnout,
have been here stooppmti the miils antl
heating in the ptues. A coi-nb: n hi i ta
keno placew ithi' theelice and :25 .ef tic ri
oter, are secured. .Mr. Read. chuief con
stble of the force, iis vry~ 'nuch itruised
6, the brickhat, that were thrown at him
by~ the mtteeh. Tlhie most active exert ions
are beittg itm-le to arrest the p)rogress oh
the tun ti.uts.
romh tf~e 'antoni I'rrss of .Vay I .
We h...i tun! I.u f'bot o the Aimi'r cain
IFrgate Con~t:s ii.:. is hen -ununI; tt no
a.'tlJun til t( esr. 'n a-, iv.i ried offY by thle
Chtinese bs soet bliik shots. ns hiehi nie
being taken noitice oh, the t'hi mie fired at
the boits wiiti grape. w hicth tell tent lie
short of ter. C e~ommodore Keartey3, nse
are told, has detmndedl -.itisi far tiou t er t hi,
insnlt tot lhe A ieetieani flaig, anid it is said
the Chinetse have made ihe most numple
apotlogy for the tmi-take:;iand the Ts -tuck
or Chtnese Admtiral of t he station ha~s paid
a visit to the Amiericani Cottmander at
That papter of a previous date hqs the
Wee underst and ihhat commodore Keartn
ey, whose ship still reman~ins at Whiampoa.
and will be joinued there by the Boston. had
some difficulty at first to convsey a comt
muication to the locatl anathoritnes of C an
ton, the Ilong merchants beitng desirous
that it should p-ass through their hatnds
which the Comumodlore refused. It was at
last seted that atn ollicer from the C'on
stellation a lieutetnat of Marines, shotuld
deliver the letter, and lhe itt conisequence
went upl to Canteon, anid was there receiv'
ed at the Consoohouse by Kwsatugheecp
(military commatndant at Cantotn) to
whomt it was hanided. A n answer han. we
learn, been since sent to the frigate at What
pea. The subject of the correspxmden:ce
is, we believe, the attack on the btoat of
the Morrisoin, otn the 22d of M:ev last, silben
a Mr. Sherry nams killed by the Chitnese,
and the the authorities of Catnton excuse
or palltate this event by statinig that the
boat swas attacked at a moment of great ex
citemetnt and disorder, swheni it was diffi
cult in distinguish betweec neutrals and
T he farthest woay ' Round-T he C an
ton Press of A pril 16th says.
The Ann MacKimn fromt New, York 2(ith
December, arrived here the day before yes
terday, after a remarkably short passage.
Wra.,nderstand she brings dates frm, .'
'land a few day later than the December
Latest fromt .riro.-Th e schoouner
\\ ti Petri' . nrrnel hee y..erdny fromi
Tanisiej t, %% hiel place ,he b-li on the2I 1
ut. The Coue r ciu ns ntyv lt 'fhe uew %
which was verhally cte nununie'ed.
-- There wn-, bi; one Americae ve.%cl
left in port, andl the nuves "ere loud an
their denunciati% of Vie c:tezres aod ;d
vernent eef the Unitel Siates. Srtne to,
them basted that thr .lexican arcny wouldl
over-runi Texis, und not stipl fill they ;ot
- Abon! til troops rn.rched from Tan
pico for .\at:nora, felt da% - agee.
--'More than 100 %letxica; or Spanish
seamnen hed been presoel at Tamplice. and
ee. to mane the Stratner w hieb arrived at
\rra Cruz feotm 1Egliand ahout the 190h
The Wi. i'eenm was chaed hlt not
overh;alel. by a Texiae; armied schoier,
11n3 the. d'hi in-1.
lu-ites-, w:e, dli 11. e%enk, tIe A mer
iran. therr were hee, Ea:gli-,h nod three
French ves.l.e ice p.et. Santei Anna ap
pears eore popular thau e er.-N. 0.
Pic. Ist inst.
E-:DG -:F1l-'.LI) C .lII
\VNED oos.,I . ! t51u t a 1-4. It42.
.j We take plea..nre in announcing. at thle
r, etest et'a neumbiler oeletizoes of thi Ii.-trict.
Cuol W rrTreLLt linounsm. an a suitable person
to till the place at pbro-eelt occupied by tle Mion.
F. W Picke es,. in Coingress who hae dechuited
G- We are' reqes11C.ted tostate that thee exefr.
ciea if the E-deetield .\ale Academy hlavoe
D'At an Election ield mn thits Tiwnn. on
. Motday tIe N2th me.,e . tfr itent.ddat aned War
dens. the foellowmteg gentlemen wcre duly a lect.
Intendant-N. L. Griffin.
11'ardrns-C. If GoodmanI. If. R.Spa. S.
F. Goode, Rt. T. .ianq.
The Jtrather.-:-mer the Erst of this tmnith.
we bias e lead the warioe-st weatther that la. ber
experienred ler a eumber l ears; the Ther.
meeneter. durmg the .tt wee. r~aged as high
as 95 in the s-hade, and tie nights have been
very oppireseve. We are f. arlul. .hould the
leient dry weather be followed by a cold ram.
that. -vitloit a great deal elo eare. on tie. paurt
eef oer cetiens. a regasc their chan-e' ofcloth
ing. ther e will be more eicknes than is coutmeon
u' We call the attention of cur readers to
the VIews of Meesrs Hw-well. Watso. liarri
son. Slecppard. and Tompolckins. on tie queries
propounded to then threough the columns of
thi paper dome tine since. Hiaving done our
giving thei publiity C leare the
-M in the hands of tle people. hoping.
who may befertune's favorites. will
o tW ,3P rack.fodder or nofodder."
have received.fraothe ion. F. W.
4cripturv. againat d& suacks of tie
cta. in a Speech delivered before tie
.'enfereence. of thte Miethoedi.t Episceo
pecec. ecurch,. ine lla'temte. 1e84'.. By Alexander
.icCaie." The auethor i" nlow a citezeni of
Edgefield District. lie dce.rs es Khe thanek-c of
all Seucthetn mnc feor lets atb'c defenice oef thirr
doumestic insetituttionfl. againest the atcackse of the
Abotinite.. it.s Addirees ise cheacacterized bcy
research, ancd c'onsiderable kncowledge of the"
-cibject ofslete'ry. We leave never cebtained
tuere llormtioniet on thcis m~atticr in a smajller
space. We think theat Kthis Addlre.s well do
nmerh root mc the .\ortheern .:s well as the Southe
c'ree :ae. Wee theope that it w' ill laee cn cecx
i-n,.ise e'n teeueo thte echeure ecur ecutry.
WeV~ wc!l maek.c..e repum teet..trct, fromt It. ae
e-on a- w'e~ cane find rocome cn cur pc.tpcer.
~'Thme folions ineg .ie t men. nIc Iesee the
5th in-t . elIectedl .Mator tnd Aldc eLLn2ento the
City oef (thleton. i:-:
.hldcrrnevn.-el -,er, J. A. ll.i tm. C7. .11.
lt~' isic l c. 1. Y. Sceimoc-e. '. II t e ,bev. 1
Pi~etrcri. J.b leelieum' r S l tble.1. (icor;,e
ittt.,4 end \e. Mtc~ theedl
Sairancnahc I hart r I hIrr,tm -T e I l'moicra'
has e -.1. e e I eh. tmc.: then a. hetek
.ct Khenc I 'i.t'r Utcection. heb i ec .\cemnhei I
5the inet . bcy act ase'rai'eecmajory or eIt I L .t
ye'ar lthe1 Wh;:-. carr e-d :li ther cteaihate, bt
thrre Ase ccues Sas annah~e. eel goes the Statce,
we htopi'. 'Te tulleewing nmted geetkteen
wiere elected .
\le:.rec. Johnc W. Andeereen. F'. \*. Stoe~ It.
I). Arnol~d. Jeehnc lttestont. (7 Coene. ILohert .l
( aondiesi. B~~erard 'oi,-..c teeee'. Wmc c |I (ees.
er. J Weashhntrce Rieba~red~~i Wayn.. tc -i\d
leci. A. J. K'.Sheaw. V N ildler. Ii. W. lwens
I~tard (fhl -Te Angit-e:e ('unstitue-nca!lt eel
the '"th m.-~t. etate.. tha twe rets eed' ie't--r
dat fromte .ltr. TJheomatn iierre'tt, .e wm..-e store
ite arteic icn he eobtaed. .c samph-le I!.. rd
Oilt. wieb~. efter clean-on::ie ecur oce lidem of ets
i'tby ,ntt acec' wats dit depeeitedl theremcc
tand repla~cincg the old niehl wthecd a tnen one'. the
:ntchl wsas ttlaphd. andee a bcri hete r flamce swe
dloces notu i-.h tee nr ite by t< roteolcr e- :c Coode
as thle bec-I ertm. andmi it lha, thee ads antage'.
(be'.tese' its chteapee.) thiac it e- tfree triom that
dacreeable sell andc 'amoke.n ihei'l i-c the ;;reat
objec tione to thi: e- eef Sgrmc I l"
(coselc cca rite.)
Statemen'ct of the * .eoney r'eceie ' :mn-' raidl
ntby the Townv e Coucilt. frmce Janeuma I to
'eptemblier 12th. 1- t2.
.teecney receied f'i rom Root lean s,
andt Pubbe Fxieh-t .nee. S1 12
.oney expencded leer workineg on
Street, aned Reeud-. tebie 0: ten I
repaniresng firedgec, teed . .the' pur -c
Oncl had84 l
For partecutars see Doo... a. Counici!.
CL' Lord Aslhaurica, saakdo.n the 3d ausr,;
from Now York, lor Plymouth. England,in H.
B. 31. Sthip of W ar larypite.
For the .-deristcr.
,Sr. EVIto.-I .icknowledge the right ofthe
people to know the aentaments. upon questions
of public Policy. of those who ask their saffra
ges. And, in reply to the queutions propound
ed nome time vince In Your 11pCr to the candi
dates fur the Legislature, in this district. I re
ply. that If 31r. Preston should be a candidate
fbr a sent iii the Senate of the United States, of
a hich there is no kind of probability, I could
not.:iielected, consisteatly vote for him.
I an tterly opposed to a U. States Bank on
priruples of expediency and coustitutionalty.
A ld. I reg aird at a :uemt difficult matter to adjust
any ey,tem of Bianking, that will not occasional.
ly lecome deranged, and inflict great evils on
the comlimumlaty. If a system to which we could
have one state Bank with branches at proper
places. could be established, and the utmost
e.rglance and scrutiney exercised over them, to
secureV 1aithful aaaagement, that I should re
gard as the bcst.
I am in laor oflimniting the term ofthe Judg
ca to the age of sixty or sixty-five years.
I at opposed to any Tariti, except one im
poaig the duties actually necessary to support
anl economical adiasiistration of the govern
ment. One for protection is unjust and uncon
I would not now favor any change in the
mode of elecing the Geiet our, as our present
plan works ell. and I have not understood
that any ch.ange as demanded by the people.
Sept. 5. 112.
For the .decriser.
Mr. L'.umsn-ia aieswer to cerdain intesro
gatories, pit to the candidates for this district,
somte* minae since, to represent tie district in our
next Legislatue. I respectfully answer.
I am oppomed to the re-election of the lon.
W. C lres:,.n to tie United States Senate.
I am opposed to a National or United States
I ama no advocate of Banks. but think ourown
State Batik, onght to be protected in prefer.
ence; to the other Banks in the State, I am of
opinioin it would not be amiss for the Legisla
tiare to pass such a law as would compel the
Bank pt, act in strict accordance to the trut
iiirusztcd to them by the Legislature, our fr
me'r experience has taught us that such a law is
I am opposed to any Tariffahove whatis ne.
cessary to an economical administration of our
I aiu m favor of limiting th tenure of the
office of Judge to 60 or 65 years.
I ace tin reason why the election of Governor
Aould be tow lied. as our present system of
electing has worked well.
Ridge, Septr. 12.
For the Adrertiser.
3r FTroa.-In answer to certain queries'
put to the candidates, foe a eseat in the neat Le.
gislature, in this district. through the colamwm
of your paper. some weeks since. I would sftp
First,-If I ame hovo~dwithsi
In answer to the secondquery,I must sayAtlis
I am 5ppoed to a United States Bank, and op
posed to nll private corporation.: I am in fa
vor of a State Bank with Its branches only.
In answer to the third query ; I have always
been opposedl to any Tariff. except what is ne
cenoary to de'fraiv the economical expenditures
of onr eovernment.
Ini ant.wer to the fourth-I am decidedly of
opianon. thaut there should be some period of our
Juadges live's. whlen their term of office should
expire: esay .about sixty or sixty-ftve years,
andh I thinik it stranage. that -ome much provision
laa not been made long before this time.
r'ifth iv-I am in f.ayse of the electian of Go
verntor rvrm:Uniing as at now i4: 1 see no neccs
,.iv rar~ aitertite it. for tis reason;t oar Gayer.
nar s baae tnt thie veto power, and consequent
par" not coinneicted wi'h the legislative body,
ai they~ ceerci-ed the veto power itn this State,
t!.c:a I ..hotlJ Ib-- ini faior of their election com
ing~ directly before the peop le.
I'or der Adecrtiur.
Mir Etron.-Wtll you give me a small
-p ae' inii onr catotins. thr a fe'w brief remarks,
ini r.ph to .iomte ques.tions. propounded in the
\doe r. o meo. time since, to the candidates
tfor the l..'culature
1st. I I att e'lected. I will not, in any event,
l ot. fear the li. Wm C. Preston. as L'nited'
tund. I am ioppeeed toe a l'nited States Bank,
and as to Baniking int general, I am in far of
the hik ief th-. Staite. unidea the immediate
enantrol of th~e Leeialatuare. esubje.ct to a minute
la'.aeiiton anttnally. bv a committee chosen
by the I-gislatuare.
3d. I ama eopposed tos a Tari-i far protection.
4th . ly in~jtioti is. that the Judges in Law,
anid 4 hance Per. tn l:epsit . shouald retire fram
the lenich at thec nre ofsixty years.
5th. A-. regards the election of Governor, I
have no choice. I think. however. a change un
heeas ut. whieinever the people in their
sor ci er::e.ty, mtantifert a desire to have that ee.
tatin g'iven to thiem, I or one will concede it
L'or ther .-Idrariser
Mir. l:ai r o - Some time since, a call was
a~de ilirmigi your paper. oil the candidates
tor the L. .;slaature foar an expresision of their
oriiiions ont cir tailn topics. that now seem to ex
cite thec attientioni of a portion of the comufns
iv: aind recently -Piney Wtoods." nanifests
,-otn. .isajpointmenelt that the call has noet been
respontde'd to: believitng for one, that every citi
zena li,. a ri;:ht to reqnire the opinions of these
.sh.. proepose to rep. eeent them. on all itmpot
a petothat may~ ome before theLe
lature. I shall in as brne a a manner as posible
.answcr the interrogatories prajoonded, tho