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: -A WORDTO THE PRODUCIN G
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Vale, in the language otitis Menei
t, here le a general derangemeot
. - - 1,iatora,
:.,... : , - in the currency of the country, sort much '
,.:, , 2 ' distress in , pecuntsry - matters.- when '
i ' hej of she Banks in the United Stated '
, have refueed to redeem their notes ' in
'; . , . riy,ecie, and the other half threaten to do
, , tlis film every day:..and when tke me
i armies the farinei, and the laboring
man must pay -large diecount on.. the
, paper they are compelled to receive for
, ' .064 geode end the produ'ets ef illeit
t lands, before they can make it evailable
t ae money--isit Dot a proper Iiine'-for
P '-this pact of 'our community to inquire
. why it is ao, and to ask what . advert.
, " loges have the . Banks ' conferred , on
' them? , ' . '
. The Banks have, It is true, thrown
I - out upon the people a large amount of
--imagioary money. But what more bas
, ,.-this done than to enable the rich spec
i -,ulatorto increase his already overgrown
1 - . attire, by doubiing and trebling, the roe
I . ,, Thank: and laboring man, however, are
i''' 4, .-told that no, while Banks Rut Bank ,
t '.' bills pervade the 'country, they get twice
I. , the InOtillt for their services which was
.4 - it
t given theta in former time& This may
- .- be true,,;hat can they lay,op the morel
1 .. Certainly Aoter-iKor, they meet make e
great discouot tron the money they re
, ceive before it will pay the neceeearien
: of life, even at a double , price; and then '
: the rent of a shop or dwelling is tome
that) treble. So the specule tor,- the land '
i holder, and the money dealer are the .
, .,. only ,gainers, while the producting etas.
. ...,. Nis, are lectors. A ftyiv Banking insti
tutions' might be tolerable, as a kind of
, 4., ,
, . necessary evil, for commercial purpos- ,,
', - ea, but their narural tendency and undo
i vinting cou rue is to make the rich richer, 1
. and the poor poorer, to create a broad
.. - distance between the few very rich and
' the mass very poor.
. It is to expreesed opinion, and we
' believe miter of fact, that the Banks
of onr,country, taken collectively, can
, net now pay 'ð,o per cent. on the amount,
of btils they' have in circulation. We
. may believe tt, for the bullion necessary
to redeem them Would be an almost ins
- . calculable mase-but a fraction of which
is' to 'the' 'country. The specie which
we have had, or might have bad, is now.
gone to England to pay for the broad
cloth and tineel worn by our silk otock,
, jog gentry, who are and have been payt,
ing those who labour for them with their
promisee to pay, of which they are con- ,
feesedly unable to pay mote than . one
, fourth purl. - , ,
'v .. Bvan,'account oftli.ijally emaneting 1
from the.,Biitiol) Go vernineot, it appeare
, that thevalue of their eirports to- the U,'
' S. in ItiOS amounted to $60,000,000.
, itod thaf froni as they have received
-goods in exchange to the amount of
.'N til60,000,000.'' The ba' lance of $30,000. 11
tv, ,000 they enact in money--and this must
1 1, ' be epecie.., ,. , , : i , .' . . , , 1
Whit then are thtimporters and prin.
ciples consumers of British goods in our
tountryt Why, the W higs British '
-Whigs to be sure. ' And they -have a.'
. - right to walk upon British carpete, sleep
-.under British blankete, eat their victuals
,. ;:uporaì British poreclein, with Britiol
' knives and forks, drink their winee fron:
;British cut glaes, and -parade the street,
vend public placed shining in British
'clothe and Britieh finery, ir therpleasel
, ;But have they the right -to parchael
their-luxuries with their 'gold and eilver.-
' oz : and at the same time pay the farmer, thr
) :: meersanic, end .the lahores tor the mi.
. -t cOssaries of life, with their worthleav
melt We say n n New Era. .
"'Ilbshima-iINCREASE Ot' iNCENDIARIES.
, ', " - 1 . 4! , -
In addiiion to the other calainitie. ol
e afflicted south, et t tone of goners
'Y aril distress from the smelt)
nd the prevalence of a fete.
b had spread a universe:
whole valley of the M s
t00 that the awful work ol
,Pu4erer; and midnight inkier).
flizeyiug with 'disclosure,
of the horrid contla
and towns, anti !hi
nob fir ec
attend tram,- era vie-permitted tb behold'
!MIR EM EIRE STATE!'-agiiirt eir
rolling bersbli ia the- rink; Of the ,dti,;,
itineracy; Olaf. sii.rightfiillibelotigs.
Mitt &at natal.
- INEW JERSEY. 7 4
Before the returns fibs lets electlitil,
in thia State had been officially. inner.
Wined, Ise 'published a statiment ohms.
ing the Democratic majority in the State
to be 1400. Itappeara frenv.the following,'-froin
the Mount:Holly Heald; that
it is 2 000. ' ' , r
'victOry. in-New Jeriay is irilen-
majority -of intim ' than 2,00G of
the populareSussex and Warroin are
set delta the' same list year, ths
eraliste running no ticket sti eithers.isi
all the counties have:increased ourjaat
vegee, majority except Sordeieet. arid
'Cumtierland; the preaumpt ton is the; out
majorites in Warren' and Sussei mild
have been more than last yeart tbe Fed
eralists fearing this,' ,left the field undis
puted. Theoffisial returns ehOw die
following resulw r' :
red., maj.. , Dam. Mak
76 , Basal," 4605
Easpx, '948 Warren, ' 864
'Passim, -133 Hunterdon, 906
Morrie, 128-, blommaiN't 501
Smaersat, 161, Ationtic,i . 226
Mercer, 268 Salem, ; - 160
Burlington 338 Bergen, 346
Gloucester, 274 --
Cumberland, 33 -4809
-Cape May, 176 .2237
2537 Dem. maj. 2062
'Lest year's majoritiesno Federal tickets
ran this yettr." '
It is a bed rule that will not work
both wept. ' :
The Nationel Intelligenier of this
morning cantains the following extract
from the Alexandria Gazette.
"As the contest in New Jersey turn
ed in a great measure upon the ques
tion of the recent dispute as to the re-'
turned members of Congress from the
State, it is pretty etroeg proof that the
Whig members have not only the legal
right to their seam, but that -they -were
elected as they are certainly now sae-.
tamed, by mejority of the voters of
the Slate ", J
Now it no happens that the editor of
the Gazette was mistaken in this rect.-,
Out this by no means impairs the force
his reasouing. Member' of Cons
gross in New Jersey are elected by a
general votei and the returne will show,'
that although - the Whigs, after having
resorted to the shameful device acre
Rting new counties to suit their purposi.
ea eucceeded by a nrimber o small ma.
joritiee in obtaining the, ascendency tn.
the Legislatere, there was a Democrat-
ic niejority in the whole State of nit.
wards of fourteen hundrid. Such being
the case. we call npon tbe editors of the.
totell igencer end -Gazette either' to de
ny their own rule, or to admit thet"pret
ry strong proof has been thus afforded,"
that the Demecrarid members have tot
only the legal right to their seats, bur
they were elected, Iva they certain!)
are now eustained, by a majority of the
votes Of the State."
From ihe Ohio Statesman.
THE 01110 LEGISLATURE.
Senators elected last year.
Butler and Prebte : john -Saylor. D
Coshocton, Knoz-Sz Barnes : Jame.
Ma'am wit, D.
Delaware, Marion Sze: B. F.Allen,I)
,: Fairfield Si, it clang : S. Spangler, D
, Po !gun. Mattion 4, Grcene : Aaroi
Hamilton : Geo, W. thimes, D.
5., ii..cr; 04 I abbarawas :.t. brady, I),
)1 illifOli LS' Erie : i (lila'. Tracy, F.
' Licking : Rietiacd Siadden, D
) .1iarni Dark 4, Mercer-4 W tn. J.
a' 'Thomas, Pod.
I: Montgomery : Henri Siiideler, D.
Medina lk' Lorain : -Doman Buell, F.
'I Portage : Gregory Powers, F.
n. Sandusky 4- Seneca : W. D. Craig
a' hill, Dein. , .
'. Stark .Jacob Hostetter, D. ,
lt 'Trumbull : David Todd, D.
l' Warren : Geo. Smith, F.
1) Way ne . Jacob Ibrig, D. ,
tl Democrats 12Federaliats 6.
-elected this year.
ito Ashtabula 4. Geauga : B. Bissell, D.
b, Athens, Meigs (rS, Gallia : S. Nash,D.
a- Belmont : Thomas Shannon, D. -
ir- Brown, Ildams ti, Selma : John Glo..
,m ver, D.
be Clark, Champaign ez, Logan : Joseph
.fil Vance, Fe '
,,. Clermont : Dowty Utter, D.
.I e Clintoc 4, Hiiikland :. Thos. Patter
AColutabiaMil Carroll : J. Thomp
ten 0.4 7 ' ' ' '
,Mtyahoga t Richard Lord, P.
41,,,F. ranklin (SP Pickaway : J L Grean,F.
- grtifttrvey t Munroe : W m. Scott, D.
fi::6,itton : James Feral), D.
r hicole : James Mitchel, D,
'6".'W od Ike J E Hunt, D.
um: lames Henderson, F.;
Simon Perkins jr. F.
n McLaughlin, D.
t Jackson :J. Hough,D.
Morgan .S, Perry : Col.
s s. D. : -
" - ,
oecastoned uy tue ueL.to
Tenit stand thus: 25
e. 13 adroit : Henry The.' A virly eiery day, by 8 in ',infer and ip tiunr
Dernocralk '' - mer, on payne alum ihat ehould .du
7 Beaten, Adams' t &jots lotepla Le40- 10 61604 I 4. '
dom, John 11, Blair; D. , 2t). That, the.,criiirt gate be shun at
Bulk!. : A. Dunn 4, 1 B each meaie, and pot epened during din
Cartoll: Geo. Downea, D. , nor andoupperc.without. just taufte, t, on
:-;..CAgmpairt : M. B COMint E. - payne the porto (Odell, for every
Cork : A. Waddle, F. - 'Id.
.....eterywni T. I Buchanan 11. 21. That all milts in the bonne, and
'Clinton :A T. Dkivigh V.' : . ' other rooms that nitedo shad -requirif,,
"Xolianbiana4Q1 ;M Jenkins, -Wm D bee made cilium en friday after 'dinner,
Lopperjr & It Wilsep, Eiji 4. . , on payne of forfeyture, of everr one
' -Cr,ohocturt : J Itavensiroff, -1):I' - whom it shall belong moo, 3d. - ' ' .. '
Vraivrortralariari 4, tram: Guy 'C All which volumes shall be duly paid
Worth,' D.' and J II , Goridanio, E.?" ' every quarter day, out of their wages,
. ' Cuyahoga i Wm 13 Lloyd, F.' ' : and bestowed on the poor, or othergod
.- Ddatoarel A II Pritteraout 1). ly use?' .
1441oirfeld Hocking -i L. -Hite 14 --
J SNlicerti). . .. , ' . , THE CIVIL WAR IN SPA1N.i ,
' Fayette 4, 'Matson'. n Ilarrisop,T Don Carlos having resited frord Spain
Franklin B Cornatorkitj. ,,,,, and abandorkdd' the contest which' 'he
i ''Grillig-i- Lawrence .-DlillerJ1-, . as so long maintained against the con
!, Geatiga ..1 F Morse 8s 8 Ford,' -E. etitutional Queen "regent, has lately
"' Crane - James Scott, P. . ir " published front Baypne, in France, a
;Gtiernsey- It B More, F. . ',. proclamation to the people of Navarre
Hamillon-TJ Henderson. 11, gere,V and tbeliasque provinces. These pro.
-11arrison...loseph Rea, D. :44- . viinces have, in all time, been distin'LLthland-.A
Baskin, D.: ..'''. . guished tor a high spirit of liberty which
Holmes." J Hoagland, D.- -,';' . -has pervaded their Teeple. and for a
4i: Ibiron iS, Erret-E Warner, D'. defence of their faeros, or imprescripti
Jefferson-Geo Mitchel, D. , . We privileges. It was the management
Knoz. Byrom Leonard, 1), of this spirit of freedom by placing it in
Licking-G H Fiood & W B Morris, opposition to the control which The con
Dome. stitutional regime exercised over these
Logan-- Antony Cased. P. - Arcowhich induced theBasques to
'Lorain- A. A Bliss, F. unite with Don Carlos. ,
Lucas; Wood 41;.-1I1 MoNelly, D. " His General, Maroto, having signed
Medina- J. S Caypenter, F. a convention with the Queen's General,
Mzama Dark 4, Illercer.)Tho. Shid Espartaro, Don 'Carlos, has in conso
ler & M '.1. Put vionce,'D. pence, declared him an outlaw. as guil
MonroeJohnson, D. ty of treason. Maroto, on the oiher
, Montgomery. Edwin Smith, D. hand, has declared 'his conviction, 'that
'Morgan - John E Hanna, D. Dint - Carlos could never promote
Itittekingues-4Pollock, & G IV. Ad- the happitiess of Spain; and in this son.
anis, -F. . timent Le is supported by the military
' Perry4ames Wilson. D. .-- - chiefs- of Biecay, Guiptiseoa, and Cato.
Pickoway.A. L Porgit, Dem, tille. Don Carlos having thus lost all
Perlege- R. 'P Spaulding Si E. Hub- hopee of succession to tho throne A
bard, D. Spain, will, probably, like Den Miguel,
.Prehte- Surton Dunham, '11. -ucceed to a quiet retirement at ittime
Richland- T.. IV Bartly 454 Daniel Gig&
Mint, D. '' , ..
Ross Pike Jackson- E Johnsen & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. -
Samuel 'Reed, Dem& - private tatters say Mal the harvest ha11mnd
ShelbY. Ilardin te. E Pisher.'D. out better than the papeni represent it. The
suspend specie payinents, Tim nierchants and
Stark-Jb illee Weleh 45Z Jelin Smith, Barings write Mat the Bank of England will not
Dant. - banks in this city, who have remitted post notes
Seneca 4- Sandnsky-John Welch,u.
7'uscarawas-John Evet haul. F. of the Batik of the United Mates, must feel
greatly relieved by the -knowtedge that provi
advance of consols to Mr. Jaution.
. Trumbull-1'h. Howe, & I. Powers sion has been made foe their payment, bribe
WaighingtonWm. A. Whitleeev,D.
WavneTho &rove & Elzy
The next legielature will stand' thus
on juin ballot:
6emnciat9in nth Home,
Foderellete, " Q
thetpret- ' The following extract from In ,old' &
, afforded," publicaion givem a curious idea of the 1"
re have en' domestic economy which 'prevailed in II
seam, but England durieg the reign of 'Elizabeth : tto
tr certainty t'Orders for 'boettehold -servants, at
ority of the first devised by John Ilaryington, in the
' - year 1550, and renewed by John liar- pi
....-...-- yington, sonne, of eaid JOhn, in the is
imam year 1592; the said John thcsonne, be,. t"
LTURE. ing then high shrieve of the county of gd,
Imprimis - That -no servant be sin. ti,
year., sent front praier, at morning or eve. 1
-Savior. D ning without a lawful excuse. to be al- 1
.e8 : jan, 100 within one day after, upon payne, ,,,
' of forfeit for every titne, 21 ,,
F.Allen,I) 2. Item. That none swair any othe
ipangier,l) up-on payne, for evety othe Id t'
'ne : Aaroc 3. That no man leave nay door o
pen that he findeih shut, without there u.
les, D. bee a cause, upon pa,ne, for every. i't
bratty, D. tline Id ' s
ley, F. 4. Thnt none of the menlee in bed a
n, 1). from our Lady to Michaelmas, after tt
; Wm. J. '17( 4 the clock in the morning; not out n
of his bed rifler ten o'clocli at night, ;
litter, D. without reasonable cause, on payne or d
in Birch, F. 24.
rs, F. 5. Tbbt no man's bed be -unmade, e
, 11. 014. itor fire or candle box uncleane, alter r
teght o'clock in the morning, on payne tf,
D. , of Id. ' t;
O. 10 -- elimmiloodmollo h
7. That no man teach auy of hie I
duldren any tuthonest speech,or baudie '
liets 6. word, or Om on payne of Id.
8 That ho man waite at the table I.
without a trencher in his hand except it t
Bissell, D. been some good cause, on peyne of td. r
S. Nasbili. 10. If a man breake a &Ass, be shall t
I"' D - answer the price thereof out of his was I
' hbn GIOE' ges; and, if it be not known who break i
;an : Joseph it, the butler shall pay for it ou payne ,
of 124. i
11. The table tnost be covered haTe I
D. an hour before eleven at dinner, and 1
Ilnli- ' Pat" six at supper on payne of 3d. .
J. Thomp- ,
12. Tha tneate bee ready at eleven, ,
or before at dinner; and six or before,
d, F. at simper on payee of 6d. ,
L Green,F. .
m. Siott, D. 131 That bOlie be abeent, without '
leave or good cause, the whole day, or
, D. any part of it, on payne of 4d.
14 That no man strike his fellow
DulItt D on paine of losse of service; 110r revile
or threaten or provoke another to strike
, i,. t., ,
1 On eayne of 12.1.
J. Hough,D. kitceen
15. That no man come to the
without teaeonable cause, on
payne of Id; aud the cook lykewyse to
rerry : Col.
y , lb! deLth
' forfeit Id.
.16. That none toy with the maids,
on payne of 4d.
did thus: 25
' 17. That no man weare foul &tide
on Sunday, nor broken hoes nor shoos I
ij. IL r ' .' or doublet' without butione, on paynnel
'itl:rATIVE8 ; of Id.'
. I, '''7- , that when any stranger goeth
4.4.. It4., L :he' nee,the chamber be dressed up againe
- .. t within four hours after on payne did.
'44-.49, ' That the ball be made time
, Di3mociatic t'rejority, '
-of this spirit of freedom by placing it in"
opposition-to the control which ihe con
stitutional regime exercised over these.
Itiorcoswhich induced iheBasques to
Lunde with Don Carlos. ,
His General, Maroto, having signed
a convention with the Queen's General,
Espartaro, DonCarlos, has in coon
' vence, declared him an outlaw. as guil
ty of treason. Maroto, on the other
hand, has declared 'his conviction, Abet
DOn - Carlos could never promote
the happlaiess of Spain; and in this son.
timent Le ie supported by the military
chiefs' of Biscay, Guipuseoa, and 'Cato.
tille. Don Carlos having thus lost all
hopee cf succession to the throne 'ol
Spain, will, probably, like Don Miguel,
-ucceed to a quiet retirement at Rome
FOREIGN EXTRACTS. -
private fetters say that the harvest Las turned
out better than the papeni represent it. The
Barings write that the Bank of England will not
suspend specie payinents, The merchants and
banks in this city, who have remitted post notes
of the Batik of the United btates, must feel
greatly relieved by the knowtedge that provi
sion has been made foe their payment, bribe
advance of consols to Mr. Jaution.
A petition was presented to the Common
Council of London, on the 26th of September,
from the bOberhn Institution, in nid of the a.
bolition of slavery in the United Statei,' asking
pecuniary assistance. This institution is estab
lished in Ohio, and receives white and colored
pupils without distinetain. The petition was
referred to a COMIllit.ee The Rev. Mr. Knapp,
an agent of this institution, had been successful
in collecting donations for it.
Mr. Feargns O'Conner WU again arrested at
Manchester on the 20th of September, for a se.
-ditieus conspiracy, making traditions speeches,
Ste. Ile was held to bail for trial. This is a
bout all we find in reference to the Chartists.
Ooe of the Paris papersLa France--asserts
that the intended marriage of Queen Victoria
to the young Coburg pnnce has been officiaily
announced to-the French Government.
The affair of Lady Flora Hastings still occo.
pies a large space in the EngWI papers; and it
is discussed with an amplitude of detail, and
vehemence of comment little creditable to the
tdste of the writers. The Morning Post char
ges the Queen herself, with 'dispersing among
the adios of the Patace. the foul surmise, which
they say they entertained,' and alleges that it
was 'by het:direct authority and command they
were impelled to die unseemly and brutal con
duct which seine of them pursued.' Lord Port
man, it is said. intends publishing a reply to the
'statement' of the Marquiaof Hastings.
Emigration to Texas, from England, appears
to be one of the prevailing hobbies.
At the marriage of Miss Webster, Daughter
of the Hon. IX Webster, there were prebuilt Me
Amerce Minister and lady, and Air Rush, the
Belgian Minister and Madame Van de Weyer,
Sir Henry Milord, Burt, two of Air. Webster's
associates in the Senate of the United States--
Air. Linn of Missouri, and Mr. Young of Illi
noie. After the ceremony the company partook
of a dejane with Mr. Webster at the Brunswick
Hotel, alter which the married couple lett Lon.
don on a tour.
Liecestershire papers comment with
great and just indignation upon the extraordintt
ry decisioo of cerium magistrates in that coun
ty ,who fined a young man 40 shilings and cost,
for cleaning his sheet; on Sunday Morning, be
liire going to church! The complaint was made
hy the lait's employer, with whom he had lived
two years, and who admitted that his conduct
as a servent was irreproachable.
It was reported dint the English squadron was
preparing to sail for Alexandria, to compel the
shrretider of the 'Pinkish vessels by the Pasha
to their right ownert arid that the measures wits
only delayed until the effect ofone mere remon
strance should be ascertained. On his part the
Pasha is to have declared that if the English
COTtle bullying him at Alexandria he will order
Ibrahim Pasha to march upon Constantinople,
when the Sultan will call upon the Russiana
for assietance, and then a genera war must fellow.
The treaty of France with Texan, is.4is eign.
ail at Paris on the 25th of September, but would
not be published until ratified by the Senate of
The harvest in France wen not below an av
erage, but prices were high and dtficiencv was
eerrounly feared, in Paris and other large cities,
the people were demanding a free importation
of foreign grain.
The Philadelphia Nat. Gazette states, as an
evidence of the remarkable mild weather that
deliciously flavored Strawberries were sluttish
ed by Mr. Badger of the Marshall House on
It in rumored, that Count de Marnay will be
appointed to succeed Mr. Ponttos, as Ministir
to the U. Smote This Ziplomatist is a comm.
lion of Marshal Snell.
It ia also said thin Mr. De Saligny, one atilt)
secretaries of the French minion in this county,
will be appointed Charge d' Affairs in Texas.
A treaty of Commerce and Navigation has
been ref ently Oncluded between the Oriental
I State ol Uriguay and France. It was negotiated
at Montevideo, 'and signed by the French Con.
oul Don Ramon Arm Mindere, and the Minis,
' ter for Foreign Affairs, Don Francine Lambi.
Gem Jackson stilt lives with improved halt&
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'""-!--2".- - - - - - 1 , I es. : Thetros , s grog shop shoot
til f1t 141 di"lt A lb i -
1111;1 DE110-CitAi w". "r" gr" en" 16"1
1 w11,? ,Ou
CAN 14 DOVER. OHIO; tE01.5LATIVE PLIBLICATION4.
g Meows Blair and Rive., wilt ribliNti
1164 7th volume or the dongreosional
qlob.e an! Ippendix, during thilt next
TITURSDAY, NOVEMBiR 7,
HARD CURRGNC Y
Wooti,-Cotl, and all kinds or cout4
T "" 4eseicon el Congress. is a work 64
should he poseissed by -every person
struYbPer:rdiP8Ici:n1r"cediT:thdeartdelbhti::-t'")-(7.: s- be takes an interest in nationel affairs.-
, All persons havigg7Piespeeloses 01 rho Globe and Appendix, will be only
the Ohio Democrat', wilVpleaso send 1,1 each.
them in. ;- frhe Ohio Statesman will be issued
, -OHIO LEGI,SLATITRE; " .. during the session. weekly,' at 50 cents,
The Democratic majority the House is 24
instead of 26 making, with the 14 maj. in the
Senate, a clear joint democratic Prams.
snow: 'This is glory enough for one year. 'Old
Tiiscarawas,' 'to the contrary notwithstanding'
Oat do you say Mr. Advocate, yes or no.
In todays paper wilt!). fond a full list of the
sneinber of the legislature.
We ars-requested to give notice alai, a finedt
'log of the Members of the Dover Lyceum, and
all others who may feel an interest in the pro.
motion of that object, are desired-4o meet on
Saturday evening, nt the Presbyterian Church,
for the purpose ofroviving and reorganizing that
institution.. We wish to can the intention. of
the Wee of Dover, particulurly ts,that sub
jean; it is an object, in the promotion of which,1
wa feel a deep intetest. No One we presume ,
wit! doubt but we have the materivis in Dover,
competent to make a Lyceum, very userbl and -
intereatizg and no one we think will deny! I
that such an institution exerts a very benificial
intitiencevpon society.- Itseems almost Wis. I
pensable, that we have something to interest and
amuse us, through our long dreary witners; and :
if care is not taken to improve such as will be
ussfut to us, we shall almost inevitably run into
those which are pernicious. We would there.
fore urge particularly upon the yOung men,
Cletts and Mechanics, to seize upon' this op,
portunity,to avail themselves of the advantages,
'to be derived from resuscitating this institution.
P.-Thompson, Governor of the Canadas, has
arrived at Quebec.
Gen. Sir Cobourn ,sand family sailed in
M. S. Pique, Capt. Boxer from Quebec, for.
Our paper was not issued last week,
owing to disappointments in getting pa
per on. Subscribers?, however, will re
ceive the full number of papers for the
- It will obe recollected that the li3th
day, of January is the day fixed upon
by the;State Central Committee, eor a
Detnocratic State ,Convention. We
have observed that some of the Conn
tree have alreadrappointed Their Dele
gates for the convention.
Would it not be wall for our Coun
ty Certral Committee,to give a call soon
for a meeting to appoint' Delegatei from
BANKINILSeld0111 hire we seen
or heard of any thing in print, that co'.
incides so exactly with our views on
ibis subject; to the following resoles
lions lately offered in the yermont
Legislature. Theist replete witn ev
ery principle of honesty, and posess a
lust regard for the interests of the la
boring classes in parti,:ulai. And should
they receive the sanction ofevery elate
Legislature, we might soon look for a
speedy return to honesty on the part of
We wield have fewer robherieg eon-.
mitted on the government, and the pee
plo; hear of fewer expansions to day,
and contractions tomorrow; communi
ties would no longer be swindled by ir
redeemable papet; and gold tied eilver
would be kept in circulation, instead
"Resolutions on Banking.The
House of Representatives of Vermont,
on motion of Air Partridge, have pas
sed a resolution, declaring it inexpedi
ent to chaiter balking institutions, ex
cept on the following conditions:
1st. Private property of stockhol
ders to be holden for lbw redemption oi
2d. The failure or refusal of a bank
to redeem its notes in gold and silver
to work a fotreiture of its charter; and
on the occurrence of such en event, tire
Governor to make proclamation of the
3d. On the suspension, era bank,
comniissioners to be appointed to take
charge of its effects and wind up ite of.
4th. In case Derwin loses through
4111. In case a pereon loses through
;the failure of a bank, the preaident and
, directors of ouch to be liable to imliet
i ment fir swindling, and if found guilty,
to be punished by imprisonment in the
1 state prison for from three to tan years.
t 51h All charters to be under the
- control of future legistaturee,
' The reaolution wee made the order
fur subsequent day. t;
r tWhat I" said a stranger on Saint
' day last, as he was passing through
thie place during the heat of the elec..
tion, "Is this Dover I Are those the
! moral, upright, prudent and indepen
, dent citizens of whom I have heard so
a much I 0 I my country ! " . .
I - "Get off that horse," said a bystan-
a der, "we go an for equal rights here,'
no one man shall ride abovir snothert:
! la there CO stopping on the ingb road
I. to :Alin I . Mass. Gazette. ,: ,., ,!
enmiwoditto larriy.- et iforStens7s- 743...ait it,
d 'time streogtheniti, cleansing, anti giving
o the Stomach and"Bowels, and predating
and healthy action throughout the sys .
S onerally. They create Appetite, conect
8 estion, teMOVO Giddiness nod Nervous
ache, and are eminently uselitil is those
,,. lent Cotnplaints which distress Females sts
1 at the Tuns or Lira. They obviate Cos.
t ts, and counteract ail Hysterical and Nor. .
, Airections, likewise 'Ilford soothiug amt
anent relief in Fluor A Ibus, or Whites, and '
I most obstinate Mete of Chlotosis, et
e Sickness,they imeriably restore the pal..
O delicacte female to health and vigour.
ese Pills have gained die sanction and ap..
c Lion of the most eminent Physicians in the
d States, and many mothers, can likewise -
to their extraordimuy efficacy. To mar-.
r females. whose expectations of the tender.-
tl ledges of connubial happiness have been
b ted, these Pills may be truly esteemed a
I ul Mon. ' They soon renovate all roue
debility, and if taken, according to direm. .
" obviate all morbid action. A medium thus
e nd efficacious will be found in A s
di Dr. Goode's belebrates Female Pills.
thtel xletiPveaPisiallres, iltirdtwN6ok.i2nd, Its natnestoeratilYvel NP1.1110.'
r are for all the following diseases ; Sup
P n, irreplarity or Retention of the Men.
O ant Mime Chlarnaiot elt Gram Ali,,bn...
r are for all the following- diseases ; Sup.
P n, Irregularity or Retention of the Alen.
0 uor Albin, Chloroeis or Green Sickness,
d mess, Gravel, Incontinence of Urine,
w pus Affection!" i lyterics, Prolapses Uteri,
ling of the Womb, and Piles. These Pills
;luso particularly odapted to die males' well
eikternale sex, tor the cure of die filllowing .
in is: Nervous Diseases Liver ComPlaint;
Bilious Diseases,and all cases billy.
lotti:str''N:rioilovacitni", Loss of.tippetite,
, Low Spirits, Palpitatiori of the
Mg Irritability, Nervous Weeknes.,
ihhbility, Bodily Weakness, or Flatulency,
at iches, Nightmare, Rheumatism. Asthma,
ve)ouloufeux, Cramp, Spasmodic Affections,
ire who ere victim to that most4ex.
w, .ng disorder Cow; also, Pains in the
oiChest, Limbs, Head, Stomach or Back,
ru' ss or Confusion of Sight, Alternate flubli
ai eat and Chillinebs, Tremor'. Watching'
on Anxeity. bad Dreams and Spasms.
st valuable ever discovered, as a purifier
w Medicine is acknowledged to be one of
. blood and fluids. It is euperior to Sat..
In Ila, whether as a sudorific or alternative. .
I ectionsfor vse.Pills No. I must be taken ,
6) three to six, or more, at bed time, win.
cilto operate bnskly, 'till the desired object is
,:0t1 vvo og annu , .1,11U LIUPIRIU OUjeCt
yake No.2 according to the directions
el -1.-TT ii.-2." ...d.....' -'il"''cl."1"..
, a e o. accor knot) le irectione
in The box.
w all cases, both kinds of the pills are to be
A at the seine time, in the following manner.
ke three pills or more Mo. 1, every night
dug to bed, increasing the number, if they .
v t open the bowels; also, take three of the ,
P No. 2 half an hour before each meal, three
I Sold at 100 Chatham street. N. Y6 !
d by one respectable petsen iu every town I
P Union. i
A G,E N T 8. , ,
,d . C. Younglow. Cleavland.
I . A. Beebe Akron.
, : Underhill, Massillon. ,.;
. 'Overhott N. Philadelphia. .
In order to pmtect the public against tbe
s ition of Counterfeit Medicine Vendere,
s ave been entered according to Act aeon- ,I
,, and the right to prepare them secured t
ne be sure in seeing that the label on each
Pr',7cpteses suck entry, as all others are Gotta.
iels . .
A PUBLIC BLESSING 1
rOR THE CORR Jr
- - ,
i0,14r4nsumption, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
ttburn, Sourness or Acidity in the Stomach,
tools at the Chest, LOBS of Appetite, Sick
Ache, Pain in the Head, Back, Limbs and
, Flatulency, Typhus and Scarlet Foier,
id ,S'ore Throat, revel and Agiw, or' Baur.
' lig Fevers, Gout, Rheutnatisie, Lumbago,
tics, Spainodiu Atrections, and Tic Doulow,
t, Convulsions of Children, Measles, ,Small
looping Cough, Rickets? Teelliinas
rnis, Founds Obstructions, Chlorosis or
1 ,cn Sickness, and.Rejections of Food, awl
itiveness, Colic, whether flatulent or Bilious.
Isa.Take from three to ten (Loy
ate, two or three times daily.
Pewit 25 CENTS ver flex.
old at 100 Chatham street, New-York,
Wholesale and Retail.
rpplieations for Agencies, Medicine,
Alvertimg, will gird with prompt atten4
I DRESS CLOTH
Ishort notice. Doing a first rate Double
ding Machine and the best of Machinery for
osing Cloth, together with an experienced
d skillful workman, they teel confidenting
ing that their customers may rest ussured of
ing their work done in the best manner.
le prices for Carding iv 6 1.4 cents per ,
I d, and the prices for Cloth Dressing shall
tr sotsh le.
Wit 1.1.. ow w nre -aut,ir int CU itarr3 US brrount-ne
ealtglA c, nneeted with the late conflagration.'
aa atatedly.one of the Orleans papersnor has
any disposition been manifested for the twain.
liAment of Judge Lynch's court. On the eee..
trary, a calm and dispassionate ,tate of feeling
bus been manifested by the iithaLitnnts, tat 'in
der the circumstances may be regarded as troi sr
remarkable. Not a single set of violence had
been committed. In not a single instnoice had
the sariently ofthe law been hived d 'I lie most
perket good order reigned in the city, and tits
supremacy of the law was maintained. .
' - ' Del. Patrint, . ,
L4 BROWN 4i CO.
1 EELING thankrul I'm past ravnrs, would
inform the Farmers anti Wool GrOWADI
telearawas county and the counttcs adjoin,
thavhoy are DOD, ready to
CARD WOOL 1 404 '
- A little girl having been told that the name of
the first man was Adam. woe asked whatwas
the name of the first womanl,011, Mused for a
moment snd thPn anavvetede'1,1 by, Mrs. Ad-,
om, I suppoms ' , , ,4
e to be -
if they A
1 town I 4
o, Sick , ,
atiti , '
Frvor, , ,
od. " ,
s, would s '
onto per ,'
r the web..
In the con.
a of feeling
is, tot tin
led es trii
I lie moat
ity, and Ms
,he neme of
stinted for a
; ,,,,,e-- . .
; , .- 1,,,t,,L,,,r.trii!....0..-,,,.
4 -,t W01104'1'0
l . s! . Wtvn, l'n the
I ,leters, there lio
' 'i,-,,. ' in the currency i
,'', ' ,'' div4setios in , plu
' beil. of the Bank
, . hays.. refutied to
tti,ccie, and the
' i , VI, liiie every id
.1 ' thanice the fai
0 MG MUIR pay
I t paper they are '
t: their good's on
lauds, before th
t . as moneyisi'
! -'-this part of ou
. , why it is so, a
' togs have the
t theml '
I The Banks
' I out upon the ps
, -this done than I
) -,ulatorto increas
1 - shire, by doubti
' -check: and tabu
t '' tit - told that now, a
4 : ' bills pervade thi
' I ,, , Abe ismount for 1
''' l ,i given thous in fi
; .- be trae,,,,but cite
.1 - Certainly Acid,-
great discount i
ceive before it
l of life, even at 1
. the rent of a el
than treble. So
, holder, and ' th
' only gainers, w,
see are loctesrs
tutions might be
, 44, ,
' necessary evil,
- ea, but their nal
, visiting course is
and the poor po
- distance betwei
the mass very
It is to expi
! ' believe matter i
, , of our country,
1, not now pay :2 5
, of bale they' ht
,"'.1 ' - tinoaY dbeeelitenvieheilm' I
.1 , . calculable mato
., is to 'the coin!
, we have had, in
i 1 - gone to Engle'
cloth and tinsel
, , Mg gentry, who
ing those who 1
promisee to pay
, fourth purl.
'v . BY. an ,-'accoi
from 'the. Bfitibil
, that the,v4tue o
. , S. in 149 art
end thaf from'
-goods in excl
' - i660,000,000. 1
.. 't,, .000 they exact '
1 1, ' be specie.
Whit then at'
Whigs to ba s
, - Tight to walk up
, -under Beitish bl
' ,upersì British 1
:; '' knives and 'brill
, :.--Britieh cut gilts
J ',And public plt
ç -clothe and Brit
Mitt have they
their luxuries e
' , and at the tains
) I mechanic, and
. 0 cessaries of I
, , papyri We sa
In addilion I
e afflicted silt
ti, and d
id in ,
bith : tt:
rn the is
1, be. ty,
rity of g
a alp. ti
8 at. v
n bed a
, alter r
e shalt 1
lop shout '
FloW Di; Ittik,
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