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- "Twits nightand such a night as
'4arth ne'er saw before. Murky clouds
- the far face of beavea,riad gave
'to pitchy darkness a still deeper -dye.
1110011 had Ile I; and the stars had
-closed their eyes for deeds were doing
Alley dare not look upon! The gods of
&he elements were abroad. , Bolus ex.
, eltiegly led forth his leginns, howling
from thvir dark caverns; Neptune foam.
--ing with' rage, roared madly as he-con-iended
with- his rock bound prison. The
-incemied Tbunderer drawn by his wing
-ed steed, -in his'4erial chariot Cashieg'
ightning from his eyes, 'bellowed
orth hia madness; and ever-and anon
the demoniac shout of Ate, atid the fien
" dish leughter of Hecate and-ber crew,
were heard above the tempest. For a
'Aims the-pure streams turoed stagnant
- and ceased to flow; the mountain trems
'Ailed; and the forest dropped its leaves,
''-- the flowers lOst their fragrance and
-.withered, and all nature- became dew.
In glee serpents 'hissed, harpies
,,screamed; and satyrs revelled beneath
v-the breeches of the Ups& -Domestic
beasts crept meat' -the -abodes of mem
The lion relinquished his half eaten
Pm; the tiger forgetful of his fierceness
r-ran howlino to hie lair; and .evenibe hy
entedesprie4.d -his- repast -of dead men's
- boner). Nlan'Slene of all earth's crea
tures slept.- But still he slept se if the
bodmg of some half unkneen calamity
' brooded o'er -his 'mind. Theastriring
- youtk muttered of blasted hopes, long
eherished;young fair and glted maidens
- swnuld start, end, trembling weep their
-injuted innocence; and mothers too,
-would half Awake and while they pros
lied their little .nurslings to their breast,
wohld breathe still another prayer for
their protection.: On such a night,
-Hell yawned, 'end gave to earth a
-A CHANGE-fAn Illinois paper
&melee a drunken loafer, who bad
laid upon tile stoop of a tavern, in a bro
tal state of intoxication for oeveral hours
and was an annoyance to every sober
person that entered !the bar room. lit
was ragged, fi:thy and bloated in appear
ance, end his breath seemed to be pes
tilential. 'The :Landlord ordered hint
away; but he was to much inebriated to
41omply with the orders, and was thrown
' .b6dity-into the street. This is certainly
.-wmelanchnly -reflection' for any pillion
'threpic'mind; but 'a -still deeper lesson
- -was to be learned. The poor degraded
-creature, with scarce -etrength to raise
-bis head appealed to the company by a
'reference to his former station in eociety.
' "Only two years ago,' eaid he sl was
vreoident of a batik-and an associate of
-401m A Wells, and one bf the richest
men in Jefferson avenue', Detroit. But
sqbe eyeteutexploded, and 'here am I."
Nintey Feet of Childrea.À man up
in New Hampshtre, ie tbe Whet of nine
, -sons and six danghtero; all alive and
-.some of them 'probably kicking; who,
'Aver thy to stand, one on-thohead of
another,after the manner of the 'Bedouin
-Arabs, whose t!tieer feats et the Tre
Ninontat:d National -astoniehed people
' so much, last season; would form a
monument a trifle more than ninety
feet tIgh hind were the 'prop and inp
it port of thin progeny to be converted IR
'10 0 base. as hovety property might be
.te should have a hwinatilamily column.
"14.414nost a hundred 'feet high! We
hke to see suck a column loco
p State street, on some pleas
uring. the hournf high 'Change
ouin one used to do on Om
ould'ot be a bad move rot
ii themselves, co' lumaaril.y.
little there is of l'o.,-
ment. And,' by the'
strikes lid, Oita
f9 they'd ntake.41.
rola, M A N. The man'
Locked in the cradle ol
ildhood; who has be
t science, the
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I -The Editor of the Armrests . breueb '
I.: int al lui en I Id oi"ti 112 ec kdTtly::!1.-d ePN:o': II: I itNelf.13:Ael In:oak., tio T.r t: ihSt es . ::4 ; 0::' ,
- By his example it ts' plainly delimit , . COM M UN ICATI ON S.. r 11 ri4, 1)14'111001AT '''''''"erl' 1
drated, that men is thearchitect of hie , i out in al'ioweirul 'appeal to the inetilted
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twa fortune.-- Ity industry sod purseve ' . :For the Monocrat. I feelings of the Warreniteis end Porr,-
:eel; enme helouüldr 'lib!
deeply, leid, 'to injure 'the pr imeameinroevelrese, . ,,- .
vice, with the aid of book now ie.; This le tritely a chequered world, it ;les; rebhieg into the field. are their 00 cir:rE0 ut 1E, RO. ILI 01 8.3 9 4- , i. ,
mssible to till, young apprentices eud is almost inevitably the case the( we champion and "the guardian of theli - ' CTIIIUNIts11;eYD,
GEOBGIA ELEGTION.- The foliowin'e is inegv rearnrdesuknri:earg'
Now thet the U S. Bank is an enee .. .
nechanics 'may surmount the Alpine tind the titter, -Mit !mingled with the rights. We , say with Shakspeare,
dd. nem. 26.711 Dougherty, W. 26.714.
lemma of science, and take their. sta. sweet 1 its nOt long since I experienced ...God 88Ve the foundetion71 when out the vete for Governor in Ce2 comities : wow
ione, with superior advantages, by the a busking illustration of thee truths, eoinmen enemy's sympathy le awaken. my In our prosperity, it evsiderif ire all, , ,-,,
tide ot those who have become,enarvatt when I chanced, in the course of my ed.
We hope the" people , of Pennsylvania t '
elle IsitinAblettDhites lateRiteE,N, wcillybe Dem. elid the ee"nee lt lig crushed, the better.. .j --'
,ed within the walls of a college. No pe egrinationte tio elop at the beautiful Mr. Patrick, yourfirebrend has not
and alj Iiinds of court. hi'll w tech the Hydra. i
MO in our land of intelligence is excus town, renowned not long since,1 are yet reached our magazine; tis portal is. Wood, Coal, . , s 0.,
table for growiog up -under the dark told, as Cie the famousisty of Mese& mentally locked against 'your artifices try produce, receivedsat this office,' for, -: '
ihades ofignoranne. The sun of science Ion es. After a loegsinoRtuneursdreary and intrigues. Your bomb elicit will b t.
su scrip ton, and other debts. be Ohio Bauka are following in the isl,
, footeteps of their predecessor, alias the .s. tl ''
tas risen, and all who -will, may bask and uninteresting paesage, upon the.0- not destroy enr ranke; it svill burst at
g Proepectuses of
Great Regulator. The Cincinnati - and IC . ..
s , il
All persona Nein
Democrat, will please send.
,i) its genial fay,. The field of know!. bio Canal, where I bad been subject to your own feet, and send your own four
Wooster Banks have already euspene -:' s '
stige acd path to glory are open , to ,all. all the hardohipe attendant upon 'that quarters "kicking against brish heaven,' the hi
- ded, tied the Massillon Banktis on the t,
rhe meims of acquiring information ate mode of travektg, Ives not a little -de when inerey's-cry will not be heard in them in' - r
tar superior' te those enjoyed by Sher! lighted, tofirietnyeelf once more, feirly your behalf: ,,,ns,,,,,,,,,, - 4 ,THE TimEss. oh .The Times I eve of a contraction. II orie half of the , t Is
man and Franklin. "Let their 'Airight pieced upon terra firme,Within tips tim. The Editor (la -every other ' 'rogue The Times ! This is the cry of the paper ,bankers would invest t,' eir t i '
and ebining examples be imitated by as of that delightful village. On my should be) its caught InAtie own t.rar Whig press throughout the country. capital, in land Benito coal Banks' and .. $, 'II - .
Bankssof Iron ore, we would - bear of . is ,1,,4
Columhia's sone, and our happy repubs arrival, Wong about middlY, the matn- The disorganization of our own party There is scarce a whig paper comes to
licwill live for centuries. -Lot ignorance moth waggons, loaded down with ilie is aimed al; his lonnitestation of friend- hand, that has not bout lamentable tale fewer suepeneirme," and no longer be -S, ., ,e-, ,
dependent on Great Britain. '. Our coin ...si,'..-S
corruption, ond fanaticism predominate products of the country, filling ,the ahip is all base hypocracy; for instance, of "The l'imes" to unfold; even the
and the fair fabric of our freedom, rear- streets, together 'with the busy throng he now slays of Our friend Mc Connell, last number of the Maesillon Gazette mercial men would, be, able to cope with S' S-
ed by the valor, and cemented by the everY where to he sees, presented ansip- "he is ahighly respectable citizen in CattiO blustering into the world with a ivery nation; our currency would age ",,, ,s''
blood ol rite revolutionary patriots, will Somatic well calculated to inapire the private life, qualified for Representative budget -of unhung ideao instinctively sumo a steady paceoind-move on smooth "
trensble, totter, and fell.- Judson. stranger with a belief that enterpritic Sec," to this the Democracy of Tuscae put together, labelled 'The Timee.' 'Tis arid perpetual.S' s-" ' " . : t . s,s 4, ,.
wa4 one important jilted eitt in the corn. times -County will teepond; but what true the times are hard, very hard, , A GREAT CABBAGE 0
- ur read. I.- 1
From Me Mobile Alercantilo Advertiser, position of this highly favoured people; did he haY of our friend Mc Connell and things are in a crippled state; but what . b ti,---1) 11
ers per ap ave . wird or the great i
of OeL S - , and then the splendid edifices and lofty another highly respectable citizen of philotiophy there is in crying out so Cucumber sit , Mar I d fi f '
y ,an , ve . eet in .
AWFUL. CONFLAGRATION! spires that every where greeted the Warren, last October, "it was rather piteously, la more than We Can dream length, the great Squash of Massachn-. ' 4
FIVE HUNDRED HOUSES DE. eye: the numerous and spacious wire- a meen afliiir,1 he said ,t9 see the Peat of. , setts, weighing': 115 ,! pounds of the ' ' :.
STROYED BY FIRE. '. houses, apparrently creaking and groans Master of New Cumberland (David There is now a great struggle at is- Rhode Island Pumpkint the Pe'nne Iv '''',.' ';,
We have only tune this morning, be. tog under taw, it Avy but thens -dri not Ale Connell) bang round the doors mr sue; a reformation is about to be made nia Turnip, and the Obio Beet, rYaiseed- ' '
fore gsing to rouse to announcdthe ocs a little to my first favourable impres. the proprietor's paper, to carry out elan in our country's affairs ; and never was at Massillon; but they never thou ht of
currenee of the most av ful-and destruce Ilion. On my first introduction-tothe in. der against hie neighbors; and it is still there a refornmtion made yet, without the great Cabbage raised, in Dovger b
tivo fire echich ever -before occurred in habitente I found them remarkably ur. a lees Wetness to see ajudge (Lappin) some temporary inconvenience to the Thomas Sharpe, measuring 46, hid Ys . ' s''' '
our unfortunate and ill-starred city. bane and eiTuble in their manners, tot poking his nose into such low -petty- commuity in which '.it 'took place. .in d i d f h I'd. le
lame er, an o as muc so i ity as . ,
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Lett night, about eight o'clock, when at length 1 wandered a little farther, bueit'es." . ,. When there is a great and laetin d
g goo the head of anyWhig editor within 50 . r
the wind was blowing 81MONI a gale from whe e I fell in with others, euppositig 1 Ohl Patrick, where is your blush-1 to be obtained ; where is that individual miles tithe piaci,. '' -
the souffieaet, the, fire broke out in an uriderstood the latitude I was in, I then Purchaee a little Carmine, six and a who calle himeelfa araN, that would not Bv the by , anyof our farmers who , . t .
old wooden building ,in the rear of the vetitured to exprese an opinion fame- quarter cents worth, and paint your he willing to make some sacrifices .. have raised 1 any , big thin e (exc' ' ''
house on the southeeet corner of Dail. ble to the 'present Administration, when cheeks behind the door, that the worid Our currency had become so de- child ) .11 I " g ' I '''
ron, wi p ease, pass em a ongs
phin anti Conceptiun etreeta wised by to my utter astonishmenshad that hole may think you can blush. ranged and fluctuated, by banks and
Mrs Pinto. quadruped, distributed his arottetick This then is the head end frontof Stockjobbers, when Andrew Jackson JAIL BREAKING,And Swartwol
Tne adjoining buildings being all of odourohe dogs in the neighbourhood, Patrick's sympathy for his democratic went into the presidentiel chair, that inee-Two Individuals confined in the S'a.; '
wood, the tire was soon cominunicated or uld nut so9ner have caught the scent, f iends; base hypocricy and a dim-. it wae entirely beyond control. Spec. Jail at New Philadelphia, awaiting their ' ,s- '-
to them, and in a few ThiliniCe crossed than were my worth) caughtem, aarl'as ganising spirit, making the entire man. ulation raged and was Ste mania from trial for robbery, succeeded in making s$
Conception 'street. Here it had full if by the power of the olfactorierobey Look at yourifiles, Alr Editor, before one end of the Union to the other. A their 'escape on Sunday night last, attd -
sweep-the buildings being very come were euabled to determine my location, you again blindly eet a entire., for your cn
'sis was a roachin r db lora
pp 1, p hie me have not since been heard of. . , ,
pact,' end allof weed, end the wind! they camo in uporrnie from bull Avg o wisneck. , deed, to the interests of of our country. -
'DOVER. But President Jackson perceived the - PENNSYLVANIA..
eoutheest-the ' fire swept over the two down to the full grown puppy, from the . .
.----. . EVIL, and war, determined to strike The Buckshot War in Pennsylvania. has roue.
splared Wein ofeonception, from Conti, commercial man down to the little rid- t ,,,, '
(in the south, to St. frilliCie, on the Mtn imparvo pouncing like an eagle up. Tor The Democrat. at its root. By his administration were ed the Democracy of the Key SteneState. Last ...
Moms Editors.-As your papers we saved front a tctal bankruptcy. no year there was but a bare majority in the hobse
north, with unexamplied,endlerrific ra. on her prey, se dy to devour me both
came under my eye, I was a little tick checked the evil in its career, end now of Representative, in favor of the Democratic ). -' '-
pidity. . ' soul and body. Dunder and ()Ileum
led in reviewino two communications he adminietration or Martin Van Bu- 'PartY, now the Senate has a majority ,of three ' '
By this awful calamity, probably two thought I. is SIM Stark "Old democra- 0 0 ,.i. ,s, .,
over the sign:Ituterr Of 'Anti Oas' and en is about to correct and reform it. and in the house et Representative, more'tbata ''':' 4 4
hundred females are turned into the. tic Stark" or have I Iniatook my wreck
'Anti. Humbug', in which were briefly n correcting and reforming , such an two to one. -S, is
treets, of whom are poor arid pennyle'ee, ening and unfortunately got myself in- ,
exhibited the outhnes of an old friend, evil, who would not put up with hard
and will depend entirely upois public to a nest of cannibals, 'flint' is a land or , , , ,, . .
one whose early opportunities had been ones for a while, that we may have a From the Glatt. , . '
charity rot a place to rest their heads, demociacy, why is )vSiggery lime per- -
and for bread to appeaee their hunger. milted to flourish and vegetate, to such Omit neglected, and though lie is total. hard and Sound currencv. Not the What no American or American retie k ,
The ilarnee extended with such rapidity an extent, as to deprive a portion tif its ty lencompetent for the high and roe. hard iron currency of str.yeurgus, but would do, the Engliehman -of the Nee
that but little property could be Bored, inbabitanta orcomnion civility end good pectable elation of an editor, for two a currency ba8ed upon constitutional tional Intelligencer promptly performs es
very obvious reasons; viz. his misers. principles ; one that cannot expand,con- for hie foreign owners. He most Shame
anti many, very ,many, have lost their breeding. Not stopping long however
all. . to follow out this train of reasoniog I b e orthography, and his murderous ract, and explode, to the ruin of the twisty asctibes to the adminietration of ' '
We are unable this mornings de- cleared mvecif arid wandered a hole eynta , he to nevertheless a clever good many, anti egg' andizetnent of the few. our Government, and the operation or ,.-,
scend to particulars. -It is impoeeible further till egain I fell in with other's ',earied follow; and though he may l'hough the timee ate hard,aild things cams bore, what every other presto ',. .: .41
"show a little inipudence" at time, ook a little blue,still, we are confident (even the Bank presses) unhesitatingly 's )
to convey tiny idea of the distress pro. who very politely. favoured me with an
ducerL The removal of the eiek end account, atilt) many valuable improve. he isharmices and void of malice, poi, hat better eines are coming ;and inlay attribute to foreign causes. The Bank . s'S 3
sesiedg eocial virtues, and yet not en- fleeting person will bill for a moment of England (which te, in fact, tbe rep). ' .'
consequent exposure, excitement end mews, abOut beng made; one of which
alarm, we rear will in inane iumances very much interested me: it 'woe a dis joying a conveteational tact of a high ook into tbe future, (only a tow years.) later of its branch hear, however igen). s,'.1
be productive of fatal results. , , ponition of the' commercial into hydraulic intellectual order. he can foresee the results ; when ' the patent to regulate its affairs wisely at :
The-origin 'of the tire ie ettriloited to power,in nonjunetion Woh e .1,,swery; , Aa an old acquaintarice, mews Es. great meatures now. reveiving in' the home) has been borrowing millions or ;;
incendiaries: and we understand that two' this thought I, would be an excellent itors, I claim the priviledge of sustain.' Mode of the peopie, will havo been des the Bank of France-has employed to , ,
person', were seized on simpicion and arrangement, provided they would at ing f iond Abel ageinst the Itimpooninge d We alluoe to the eriod when t;
We, p tre utmost the securities of the English
lodged in joil. Can it be possible there the saine time, avail themeelves of the 01 'Auti Gee' and 'Anti Humbug.' I he Independent Treaeury shall have Governmeet to keep up its Vast unbal. ,
can be found in human shape. such base advantages of wind and cotnbitre with would request tlimie writere, who are Jecome a law, when the revenue will arced, unballasted ciedit system.- But
fiendish moneteret Mobile seems in. the power elreadv contemplated, the lit. etrangers to me,to leave etubborti facts lave been placed in the care of officers we are told that the commercial demand .
deed a doomed city. Have we not ;le three fool lour, alias a case of the alone, they ate too powerful to be thrust odd ametiable gut any depredations for the precious metals for the China ,
drank deep enoogli of the bitter cup oi real spasmodic which woold create a at any lean, and if the Good Being has cononit sit ; when government funds trade-the drein to purchnee sueplee , r . .:
adversity and affliction? When and steady blitet sufficient to propel almoet not thought proper. it ' bestow im our will no longer be held by rotten bank t grain from the coutinent-bas dried up .
where will 'our calamities endl Alas any amount of machinery. After satia- friend un ordinary share of intellect or when the U. S. Batik (of England, will its rerourcee, and that Lis forced it to
Heaven only knows! tine my bump of individuality in con. common eentre: I honestly think it an haye ceased to wield tts usurioue power make the preesure on its debtor satellite, . .
,. templatiag many other valuable in) ungenerous act to charge him with im. over our country's attaire; when no pa- the Bank orthe United Stases, and drive -..
THE EFFECT OF MUSIC ON provementei took my leave and proc e bestiltiy of mind and , w, assees over per corporatiotie will bo allowed to isbue it to sell poet notes in the streets fer i ,
I-I EA LTILThe influence of music up' ded on my way to Ibis. place where I which he has no otirel. above twenty five per cent, over their months back, to purchase the. totes of f,,,
on the mind le so refining, and tends be now find myself: , Ateliers Editors. do urge your come. t
capital block ; whirl' our commerce Will other banke, and thus obtain the monis s
much to beget feeling of kindoese and COSMOPOLITAN. . tiondents to write against o'Y frit'nd in be uninterrupted; our exports mote than of dialning the State banks Of epecie '
benevolence, thus benficially alrectng . a dillerent manner, and then only, will our itnports, the balmier) of trade in our for export to England.. This is the ad-' . ''
the health that no eyetem of education ' For the. Democrat. , 1 relbelt the contfeveren hut lo charge favor, our munufec alert doubled, OUr milted, palpable mato of the rime on all ,, ,
can be considered complete which does In lookIng over the laSt Alnosillon. him with foibles growing out of his con- peril le happy, frugal, and absolved from heeds, and yet t N ;
Lie ..aloseal Intelligens V
not provide this important means ol Gazette,1 find that the Able Doctor has'
. toltutiouel iiatiiesti, id ungenerous and indebtednebe to all tereign govertimetite cer has the effronter
, y to charge this ac
. moral training. Mimic is taught in keen agein 'showing Ais toptalcncelthis unkiod. It is true, the greater part ef ilium kowledged result of the deretiged 6100
' MOM schools en the continent; gmd it iv, seems to'be a predoninent characterietic 'For Auld Lang Syne. blessings are yet to come; but cunt of money titbits in England, end their
v thev will come direct action through the Britibh hien. t.
to this circumstance, among others, that with the immactilate,Dr ; it is sloven- TIIE U. S. BANK-THE SUSPEN- what ine' I ' r
as I conceive the euperionty of the Ger. der that he is led to complain that his SION, See. - ' THE saitistg leSti it kilt PROS- tution among tee to the spar ppon , the t-)
mans and Italiane over ourselves in this practice interferes avith his editoriel las res i f d I , TRATED.-4The Ili
a eat wishes de an so vent institution , currency and its .derangenetnt and pros.
toed b. Book, tration by the Govern's:cm"- that is, otr ,..
. science le mainly attributable. Besides, hors; his lard abortion indicates, strong the present ea . an 1
d mother of the wily, that inatitutions.---Whieli has waged au Government ! I There 1 1, 1
o ilo pare e to
' are we not equally with thetn, Saxons Iv that hisfemate patients have received eck no
party of this Union, to a !eta wr , eight years wsr with our government, t . '. 1
and members of the great Germeri fain. more th'0 ilie-r ordinary aSention of late. one in his Demo, cau, O. seems to, u , . .
1, and used every art and device to tarnieli hos imprudence or the mortgaged E,n
ily; aoti are not; therefore, our natural But the Ureter in cloeing this duo ngor doubt. Its stock in Now 1 ork, the AttiCtietill name, by becotniug debt- glielimen, whose "ijfice, types. presses.
cababilities originally the same? The penile !fort of his, he sap; !! If we fie ye IP I" h t f II t t"0 I 1 or ts England, has at last brought down
. debts due and to leanie doe." ate held
o,n tht, st Imo., e f tro,.,, la b ittre. in a POtt of mottmatn for Iiiii ben fi I '
e I ).Y err?,
notion that our 'countrymen have 00in. aided the least in bringing about so glos .1 hisis a ret uction o .0t) a 0 tare PIM destruction on ilto 0011 head. After the foreign etoeitheiripts, tO uphold the .I,'
, peratiyely no ow 'for MAW' he is an rious a result meanine the defeat of Air b .o t I t d b
the first wills victory in New York, in ri mg. o en a, att uying pressee, to intereste of whom htteotitinually libels ' k'
. unfounded prejudice. Our actual info- .13. we feel amply rewe'arded. W
,e think November) leer, And it is worthy or uPlIple lt In " unimlY canoe of making it
nority arioes solely from the want of e n
t..e -octet, has made 88 mueh out f
0 It. 6 passing remark, if DOI a smile, that the 'rich richer, and the poor, puerto,' le Admootenetion ofshie country.
What etc I I ' r 1
li Ili t le Aineran govern.
cultivation. as the man who found the soap mine h
t ty ig stock liar, Lept very equal pace has at lot subpooded, btopped, broke to ment taken to drive. epiele out of the t
and his elf comp'ec ncy and croaking ti ' h tock of the bank' rid both Piece& s
entintry; or iisCreilbe tlin: prcesure on P
A letter from Moscow. elates, that reminde, us of the Frenchman and the wi ' 1 8 b . 1 'It h s lona b en I n th t th. . I
have bunk under the loads. of trretkoms . . la. s e- - t- ewe' 8, '18 ilia banks? So far from operating in this
, the re building-of the Eremite., which io pig, the pie iroroLloins a 1
gainst a pi e of able peper that they have to cart from institution WLIS more thu batik Of A:102.
, 0 way, it has conformity extended credit
confined. to the' I3aron de Bode. otie of boarde, threw them over ea to.him - - Yt '
a fiee Cent ellinplaeter, to a, post e . .
ore st land, ) than the U, b. Or to use a to the epecie paying banker' and indul
the Crown architects, is proceeding :hie preduced.a great 'hue& cry and vo-' e hundred thousand. 'Here is but metaphor, it was a key in England'e ged those indebted to it.' The Treas.
with great activity. It is built in the ciferoua equealing on the part of th ' gy d
e one regret that any person should ex- iron han , trying to unlock owt Union. es , , ,
ury notes have beememPloyea as fa .le 1
, old style or Rustle Tartar litCliileCtUte pi 1 1
g, cent!' uttng very much to the as press at the propect den en ,
d being The U. S. Bank was the first to t
i ies by the merchants in the pnyment of
Upori the roof there is to be a terem, or must-meet of the frenchman wl. d 18.'17 d I
put to theta fraudulent . practices, and morn. in . , an i to !eel to reeunte;
k,b to ex! their dutiee, and the Government has -
rgt prvilion, inform óf a tent, such as claimed "there" d
at pig tin 0 done the prospeettor a epeedy windieg op of egain it hae been the first to suspend, its own credit through thetn to add to
send in all the places of residence one tani great thin '
g . the United 'States Bank, and all those h
Lot too, gamut the will ()film major. the stock of (specie in circulation. It y
ten$ caia ft,and in-which they TUCKABITS. ity of the other hanks. Had it even
' immediately connected with its Mang- has pressed neither banks nor indiviee
efr women. The interior of
' ,will correspond withthe ex
)1 Sposition 'of the apartment . s
ornament tapestry, and s 1 For The Democrat. '
' ling alliance That regret is the nun). been in as sound a condition as theme it
i ber ol Innocent men that must suffer in drew itito the vortex, there would in all
-Stearns Lditors-lt le etrange that , the wreck; In feet, in so monetroue 8 probability been no suepenbion. But
, tne twitter of the Advocate Is forced to I bankruptcy, the whole country mint being wirier lortign hifluence, it bad to eat It has made e,very part of he t08.
ehinery . work light and. (roily for the .
money merket. The officer or the rev
enue in all eections of the couetry, eo
-, en to the most minute oe
be hie own correspondtmt. partske more or less of the temporary' dram its esti Vittlite of specie, and ibsue far hem counteeancirg fia rear spot the
to be in 'the Russe.Tartar
, ,.. Ile over the -"isomer of "Voter," derangement produted, but tire relief poet notes to procure more, all to be
endeavors to worm himself into the that ' trade, -commerce, and a eolvent ehipped to England,to fill up the breach
rood feelings vf the Warrenites, and credit will soon experience, will far outs in the currency there, while our banke,
Wahash1.1e.) Cour- the Southern Democratteby giving them weigh all the immediate wide that will
e number dem- m a .
National Road .
far ex 3eeding that horsy p dues , do they regard his syn. be inflicted upon eociely. In testily the nOW have to pocket currency". of the boat', Lave done noth
ing to discredit it; end' the Globe has
continually exerted e hatever influence
commercial men and manufactuterst it comm - '
pat D they value his loving p oepect is cheering to inividual wind they knew would be the csee, but could
kindness 1 No. and private -credit-to "honest industry not avoid it,until the monster bad drawn and to repress rune en the
the I' Thi hanks and .to discourage the rumors
which'the agents of the Bank of the Us .
nited States havesecrelly and diligently se
) paper says i Tor Ile says "Goshen" stiematiees them end mound stable comnierce. Even in in eight or ten millions for exportetion, propagated, for the purpoerstof making '
- tional highway low as Hullites ; that i9 as false n9 the eds New York, there is alrea,dv relief ex.. by the 'sale or poet notes. As soon . lib
ilto wegone,horiee, itor himself.. Goehen" marked 'James' periencod.
in the South.
. if the accounts ci.f letter wn. it could aell no more, and seeing 681
as a traitor to his party, tore are to be believed; and the univer. other banke had dise0Vered its under.' that inevitable to all, which it eould not
ebuns The articles from the New York
a d PH d I h.
n i a e p la papere, which 'lye quote
i aided point and we should look for
ate hour at no other result. sal eentiment Imams to be, that there le banded work, and were about So unite, witi,
when it is a matter of. public notoriety not the !mot feats of a general ouepen. in opposing such infamous proceedings, 1 2
ingsg;that his namesake bee been for some hien there, though we bliould look for, it fulle to piecee, with millions ,of tutor
Asv. however,' enable our Feeders to
judge. for themselves ,of the tejustice
snd falsehood of the'sel-'arge that" the
time his Pole cempanion in his visite to here and there, is rotten corporation, deernable paper ,in eirculation. - fl e '0
ie Coupty Seal. Treachery is',coto even in New York, for doubtless they Banks that ssere ite victims, must nec- t
ions; and we mute judge a man by 4,ave some ouch, te go by the board fur
kil I -
,essertirsmepends to ,, save themselves
1----1B - a reentry Dapartmeol had, in she rtirpo.
est manner, 'operated to ' prodeset the
si - . ses "
. new catastrophe. .. ,- . , ,, .
- company and his fruits. . , t., the good of the country. . .. ,.. rrhe next quoatiot is, who are jo .bel . , . ,,,, ,, ,
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:By his example it is 7Plainiy -demos-.
strafed, that min is thearchitect of his
own fortune.-- tly industry and perseve.
lance, with the aid of .booke, now
cessible to sit, young apprentices sod
mechanics Intl surmount the Alpine
summit of science, and take their. eta:.
tines, with superior advantages, by the
side ot those who have become ,enarval
ted within the walls of a college. No
one in out land of intelligence is excu,
sable for growiog up -under OS dark
shades ofignoranne. The sun of science
has risen, and all who may bask
in its genial rays. Tne field of know!.
' edge acd path to glory are open to All.
The meims of acquiring information ate
tar superior' to those enjoyed by Sher!
man and Franklin. . Let their liright
and bbining examples be imitated by
Columbia's sons, and our happy repub!
licw ill live for centuries. Let ignorance
corruption, ond fanaticism predominate
and the fair fabitic of our freedom, rear
ed by the valor, and cemented by the
blood ot the revolutionary patriots, will
I trenkble, totter, and NILJudson.
terra 'Nr4 44r.46,4,
,..... . i
DOVER. But President Jackson perceived tge - PENNSYLVANIA. , . lo :
ed the Democracy of the Key Stone State. Last .. . t
--- . EVIL, and wars determined to strike The Buckshot War in Pennsylvania. has rotar4 , ,
at its root. By hie administration were
Tor The Democrat.
your papers we saved from a tete' bankruptcy. lie
of Representative, al favor of the Democratic -' 'i
toms Editors.As was but a bare vnajority in the hohee ,
now the Setnt.te has a majority,of three, ,-,:, ' ,, -
le under my eye, I was a little tick checked the evil in its career, end now
the adminietration of Martin Van Bu- -earth .; ,
in reviewing two communications
r the signatures of 'Anti Gas' and ren is about to correct and reform it. end in the house of Representative, mot-41'111am t,:' ,ie''
In correcting and reforming such an two to one. - - s,, -
tiglumbug', in which were briefly - . , st ". : ,, :
thited the outhnes of an old friend, evil, who would not put up with hard , , , .
times for a while, that we may have a From the Globe. , . ' ; o 4.
whose early opportunities had boon
:it neglected, and though lie is total- bard and nound currenev. Not the What no American or American prises ; ,
moinpetent for the high and roe. hard -4011 currency of sls.ycurgus, but would do, the Englibilman -of the Nee
a currency batted upon constitutional tional Intelligencer promptly performs itre' ,
s : ,;
athle elation of an editor, for two
r obvious reasons; viz. his misers principles ; one that cannot expand,con- for hie foreign owners. He most Shame
orthography, and his murderous tract, and explode, 10 the ruin of the lesely ascribes to the adminietration or ' '
many, aim Dew andizetnent of the few.
ta , he 13 nevertheless a clever good our Government, and the operation or ,.-, .
rted fellow; and though he may l'hough the timee are hord,aild things cauees here, what every other preen ',. s' ."
look a little blue,still, we are confident (even the Bank presses) unhesitatingly .'"- ::
ow a tittle impudence" at times, ss
is harnilees and void of malice, pOtp that boner eines aro coming ;and if any attribute to foreign causes. The Bank ts:' ,-
will but for a moment or England (which te, in fact, the reps- - : '- . '
ififg &octal virtues, and yet not en- reflecting person
look into tbe future, (only a few yeare,) ,,
later of its branch hear, however ificom- r .'S
ng a convereational tact of a high ,. , ,
fleeted order. he can foresee the results; when ' the patent to regulate its affairs wisely et
great meatures now . reveiving in ' the home) has been borrowing millions or
,a an old acquaintance, Messrs Ed.
peopie, will have been dee the Bank of Francehas employed to ,
of, iloculdelAmbethioagiRtirnivsitleidligoettiomfpootousutianign; minds of the , , Is
tided. We Ohms to the period when the utmost tbe securities fibs English . ,
Auti Gee' and 'Anti Humbug,' 1 the Independent Treabury shall have Governmeet -to keep up its Vast ;Abel
become a law, when the revenue will arced, unballasted ciedit. system.- But ,
lid request thoite writerce who are
have been placed in the care of officers we are told that the commercial demand
ingers to me,to leave stubborn facts
held amenable gur any depredations for the precious metals for the China , - ,,,,,,
is, they ate too powerful to be thrust
comunt sit ; when government funds tradethe drein to purchnee sueplee , r . . '
lily titan, and il. the Good Being has
grain from the coutinentbas dried up
will no longer be held by rotten bankb, i
thought ',. proper. it bestow im our
lid un ordinary share of intellect or when the U. S. Bank (of England, will its rerource, and that Lis forced it to
nmon eenbe: I honestly think it an ' have ceased in wield tta ueurioub power make the preesure on its &bier satellite, .',; f,
tenerous act to charge him with im.. over our country's ettstret when no pa- the Bank ante United Stases, and drive . - ...
'Oily of mind and , w, ek nem, over per corporations will bo allowed to isbue it to sell porti notes in the streets fsr i ' it .';
ich lie bas no eters'. above twenty five per cent, over their months back, to purchase the totes of f,,,,,i,"
Metiers Editors. do urge your come,- capital block ; who-firm commerce will othey banke, and thus obtain the motes .d .,;,
ldentn to write against my friend ie be uninterrupted; our exports more than of diaining the State banks of epecto ' .,', .
s I. r
!Arent manner, and then telly, will our itnports, the bidnice of trade in our for export to England.. This is the ad- ,, ,,.,
relbelt the contrevertiy; but to charge favor, our menufec ellen doubled, Oia !flitted, palpable state of the ear,e on all ,, .
n w oh foibles growing out of his con- peol la happy, frugal, and absolved from han-do, and yet " N ;
toe aloanal Intallig tn. ,' ',,,
. .,s. ,
totioual voilliess, id ungenerous and indebtedness ttr all foreign govereineetc cer has the effrontery to charge this ac- ; y
hied. It is true, the greater part uf theee kowledged reenit of the deranged stale .
'For Auld Lang Syne. blessings are yet to come; but mile of money affairs in England, and their . .
what tnay, they will come. direct action through the Brinell hien- 1 'f
r ' e -
LIE U. S. BANKTHE SUSPEN- , s tution among tee to the wor ppon . the .4 .
SION, See, - ' TIIE Git.i?Aj2 benUlt hitt PROS- eg. tl
, currency and its derangenetnt and pros- ,s, s
That this tare and solvent institution, THATh1).--il
',,'" IJultd 8; 1-4'''' tration by the Giniernmelethat is, ore . ',1,
e eresent head and mother of the whig that institution -,-Wilich has waged au
Government 1 ! l'here le 'to parallel to !..,,...
Iry of this Union, is a total wreck, no eight years wer with our government, t i ,
nos imprudence of the mortgaged En
os in his 'ewe cau, it seems to ue, and used every art and device to tarnibit glielimen, whose "ea! types, presses,' , .
nger doubt. Its stock in Now York, the AlTiCtiO1111 name, by beeoiniug dubs- debts due and to tece,me'doe." are held 1.: ' 0
1 the 12th Wet., fell to t'70 a ehare ! or ts England, has at last brought down in a POtt of mortmain for hie benefit by
, errs. , -
his-is a reduction of Sal a ehare PiOCC destruction on its; 0131) heed. After the foreign t k' I 1 t I I 1 I
F OC 00 opra .o up to t t 1113 it , 4-
e first whig victory in New York, in bribing talents, and buying presser,' to intereste of whom hercentinually libels ' k' :',:,-
ovember, IS37, And it is worthy of uphold it in its unholy elute of making ills Administaation ofrhie country. t-',;;,',,
passing remark, ir not a smile, that the 6rich richer, and the poor, poorei,' a .
What top has the Arneiscan Govern. i '
hig stock hab kept very equal pace has at last subpooded, biopped, broke to ment taken to drive. eniele out of tho tsss ,
itiethe bock of the bank! And bot b Picea& eolintry; or iticrcase the premiere on r
aye bunk under the loads of trredoems It has long been known, that Nis the ban. Its? So far from operatirig in this
ale poper that they have to carry, from ,
institution WLIS more thu bank GC Ilog- way, it has conetantly extended credit , )11, ,
five cent eitinplabler, to a post note of land, , titan tbe U, S. ' Or to eta a to the epecie paying bloke,' and indul- Y.'
ve hundred thousand. There is but metaphor, it was a key in England'e ged those indebted to it.- The Treas. .
ne regret that any person should ex- iron hand, trying to unlock owr Union. ury notes have beefy emPloyed as facile . , :tt., .-
ress at the proopect den end .. being , The U, ,S. Bank was the first to itiee by tile merchants in the pnyment of e
ut to theta fraudulent . practices, and suspend in 1SW, and the knit to rebunte; their defier', and the Government has - i
le prospectiof a !speedy windieg -up of egain it has been the first to suspend, its own credit through thein to add to ) ,,',,'
le United States Bank, and all those h
Lot too, againte the will of the major,- the stock of (specie in circulation. It v
rimediately connected with its entang- ity of the other banks. Had it even has preseed neither banks nor intliviee i
ng alliancee. That regret is the nein. been in as sound a condition as thobe it unite' It has made every part of its mae . es . !
or of innocent men that must suffer in drew into the vortex, there would in all
chinery work light and eaeily for the ,
ae wreck; In feet, in so monbtroue B probability been no suppenbion. But money meth!. The officer atilt rev- 1 '
sekruptcy, the whole country meet being eider foreign ilifluence, it had to enue in all 'eeetions of the couetry, so . ,. ,
snake more or less alba temporary d
ram ild OS ii VOL1111 (4'311)060o and Wale far fiom counteeaneirg "a woe tree the 1,1 ,
- , ,
lerangement produted, but the relief poet notes to procure more, all to be currency". of the hankie Lave done noth- , .
hat ' trade, commerce, and a eolvent bhipped to England,to fill up the breach ing to discredit it; end' the Globe has ,r -
yedit will soon experience, will far oue. in tho currency there, while our banker, continually exerted e hatever influence .,
weigh all the immediate evils that will commercial men and manufacturers, it COMMillidd. to 'reprees rune On the .
to inflicter! upon eocielys In reality the 110W have to pocket the lose. This banks, and -to discourage the rumors . iS' ,
i oepect is cheering to inividual capitul (boy knew would be the cope, but could hid the agents of the Bank of the, Us' : i
Ind private creditto "honest industry not avoid it,until the monster had drawn nited States have'secrelly and diligently
snd oeund stable comnierce. Even in in eight or ten millions for exportetion, propagated, for the nurpoetof making '
New York, there is already relief ex- 4 the 'sale ot poet notes. As soon . lib dint inevitable to all, which it eould not
periencod, if the accounts ei.f letter wn.. ft could aeli no more, and seeing h I
"1 i ehun.' The articles from the New York St
tem are to be believed; and the univer other bunko had discovered its under. and Philadelphia papery, which lye quote !1
sal eentiment veered to be, that there le banded work, and were about to unite, win, however, enable our readers to si
. s, ,
not the leaet foals of a genera' suepen. in opposing such infamous proceedings, ',judge- for themselves i.of the insiustice -S
MOO there, though we bliould look for, it fella to esteem with millions ,of titres. snd falsehood of the'siCarge that the si
here and there, as rotten corporation, deetnable paper in eirculation. - fl e cr
1--.-1B - a reentry Dapartmeol had, in the rerpo
even in New York, for doubtless they ,Banks that ssere ite victims, must . nee- test manner, 'operated to ' prodesel the
, , ,, ,,
4ave some ouch, te go by the hoard for' ' to save themselves
iesserily,':euepend , . . new catoetrophe, ''.'" ,- . ' w7: . r: ,
the good of the country. - 1
.. ..,:. I'lle next quoatiokie, who are ..to .bel , , ,,,: ,.i.. ,. ,.,. , . - ,', , ' t,l, ' , : . -
ik-ie-0 blood el the 1
eath trenkble, tott4
From the Ali
e hy FIVE IIUP
We have 4
mitr corrence of t
rinig tivo fire
limo our (inform
heir the wind was
nisi, house on the
, for phin anti Cc
h a Tne adjoii
to them, and
bru pact, end
oher squares WC.81
nt on the good
pear north, with i
him .13y this 111
to hundred fat
treets, of w
kiety and will de
oson and for brea
kded The flames
rake that but lath
ay a anti
, We are t
le 01 scend tit pi
.1he,,i to convey at
n up be productit
who, persona we
d of lodged in ,ja
fulfil, can be foun
Tre,, fiendish mc
ewe deed a del
k drank deep
it", where will
td EIeaven onl
umn. THE PA
We EA Ulf.
loco. on the mint
lee,. much to be,
a the the health
fo, can be coto
py the tnost echos
1,t I, to this circt
0..41. as I COnCoil
mans and I
science la I
man' are we not
dle ol and membe
is be- 11)1 and are
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Is had notion that
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