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UMO EDUCATIONAL CON YEN
mho North, annual convention' et
"Pray-3010nel Teechers Se other friends
of Edscation" wilt be held in illie city of
Cilium:His, commencing st 10 o'clock,
A. M. Thureday, December 26.11,
'Since the firvt State meeting, the in
.terest bite !teen rapidly increasing, and
the beneficial effects are already eeen
snd felt in every part of the State, It is
expected liat literary institutioue. 'yeti
umv, and 411 educational swieties, will
fiend delegates.--All others who feel an
interest in the cause are onviled to ow
teud and participate in the deliberations.
A:Addresses veilorts on the follow..
ing topics will form a part of the exerci
.The history of common achoola, and
, their effects upon the pecuniary interests
of the colony, by S. Lewis, Stiperin.
tendent of Common Schools of Ohio,
The lufluence captivate schools on
litit 'poem of Cominen School inetrue
- tiou, by Prett. Al II. 316GtifirYt A.
The adeption of ,the present echool
'listen' of Ohio, to, the condition and
wautS :Of the community, by WARREN
'rho utility of cabinets of natural ed.
enee in the comtnon schools ofthe State
k. by M. G. Wti.ra.tms, Spingfield.
.The conditions ot academies, coils
Iles universities in Ohio, and the
.-measuras by which a tho o igh classical
scientific educationlinakbe advert..
-Rev. J. Hong, Columbus.
'Rev. G. E. Nines, IludNon
r'Prof, C. E. Srows, Cincin.
the object of niultiplicity ot
--school books, the following resolutioo,
iirtermuch disCnertion at the late Me
lia 4. Was referred,fort futher- condition
Resolved, That the evils which grow
-con wfthe mitlitplictiy or school hooka
-camilit be prevented iby legislative in.
terference, but they may be lessioned or
prevent, in Poole degree at leavt, br
the joiNioits management Cachou! di
WIWI' and teachem
Prot. Co E. &rows, Cincinnati.
-Zoo. J. McLitam, Lebanon.
liev Mr. Bieveri, Steubenville.
.FROCLAM ATION ,
liOft A OAT or Tuatinsots :so AMU PRATIM ,
The earth bas brought forth Ler fruits in Aim-.41alice
during the year which ta now thawing
Ald a eloget the attimilant vrops of the husband
man have been gathered ; peace, plenty, all,
happiness abound throughout the state, itud wt
. base been, as a people,Mighly favored by him
Irons whom eimieth all good. it is therefore hit
-only proper, bua a duty which we owe to III St
-to whom we are indebted for onr existence, and
4the many -blessings which WO OttiOy, to return
our moat sincere thanks and grateful acknowl
adgements for the numerous favors which He
ints, in his great geodireas, bestowed upon US
Therefore, in etmfiirmity to a venerated eus
vtom which -bas long prevailed in sit ehriminu
mauntries, and in pursuance of A regollitioil 431
.thd General Aasembtruf the state of Ohio, pas.
1.-110 Match lath tell.
A, MON SHANNON, Governer er the
3' Iwt 104th- lit. hoed innt :kJ Int Nendsrynel v iyhi yegrgs sal: nine( git aspeptr:am: ryt 1, leeia:r ni itndoewat: ell :, r iphinogeni ht 1 ac.1
lit continue to taitly; And I do
. mend that the day be kept as
eligious observanee..that eltris
--si 0 charity be cultivatedoat
'tcoMt (18 10 US all time to
'''"'syd guard, in a ape
"ilia people, and
"It Sea! of the
$ irst day
- 'a Lord, one
It VI; .
doubt R hitter atriiggle with the spirit ef Feder
Aileen; and a wei would anomie Ilse triumph or
cur protect and advance the high
political foment our suite, we latest gird on the
-armor and prepare ler the coldest. The first
great object to be accompliohed is an ergenilza.
lion of our strength. To du this effectuelly we
must have a rallying point, mid peifect a spirit
of harmony and union amongstiiiii. Next fall
will come the great Pesidentind ettuggle,as well
as the-election of a Governer. and our propor
tion ofthe neat Congream. For the firat ofthese
we require the formation of an Electoral. TiA
et of good mon and true,.-and for tho recond a
cordial, warm, and unanimous nomination of a
when otates. under the influence ofsudden pan
ic where whee'ing by platoons from the sup
port of the noble b;.nd taken by our deinocratic
President, -when even the Ein pin) state falter.
ed and forsook (for a short seation) the support
of her favorite son,the freemen of Ohio came
up to the rescue; rolled back the ball of revolu
tion, and asserted the triumph uf Democracy.
'rho enthusiaernathe devotion to principle of
her sone, has lit up the blaze of victory till it
burns on ahnost every mountain and hill top in
the land. We have before us another, and no
cians shrunk from the perils of the storm,
candidate. The well established beam of tte
party point to the accomptiohnient of these oftt,
jecte through the mediutn of a State Conlin.
The undersigned, tben, members alb State
Central Committee reapectfully suggested the atm
semblage of a DEMOCRATIC STA TE CON.
1VENTION at Columbus on the Elth OF JANU
AR Y NEXT, to exeliatige cougratelationa fur
the past, and Reeure VICTORY for the future.
Some slight objections have been mud aii to
the time;but the committee feel that so intim.
ately has ilia day, like the nima of thRt poet
man whose devotion and services to hie COM)
try have rendered it immortal become associa
ed with the cause of dernocracy, that it would
be breaking down some ito long cherished
and time honored usages to select another. On
that day, the great day el demneratic jubilee we
trust our frionde witi bo up in their might. and
strike the first blow for the next catnpaign.
The con-unites prefer tnaking no suggettions
as to the ratio of delegation. Duch county will
judge in that point, and send tub number u
they may prefer.
Yuma in the bonds of Democracy,
CARTER B. HARLAN,
A. G. HIBBS,
S. Central Committee.
Governor of Virginia.Mr. Ricbie,
the veteran Editor of the Richmond En
quirer. ha.' been mimed as a suitable
person to fill the Gubernatorial Chair of
Virginia. A better selection, in our o
pinion, couldloot be made.
Columbus Newspapers. We learn
through the Ohio Statesman. that dui,.
mg the quarter ending Sept. 30th, there
were nine papers published in ,he City
of Columbus, whose aggregate circula
lion duriug that period amounted to Two
hundred and ten thousand two hundred
and fifteen papers.
,, , . ,
'Resolution Committee: were nine papers published in ,he City
Rego Iced. Tont In civilized society, of Columbus, whose aggregate circuit.
the ',Octavio of youth iovolves a right tion during thin period amounted to Two
gationtThat the hundred and ten thousand two hundred
protection oi all rights is delegated to b and fifteen papers.
body termed governinent, whose pre
rogative alone it is to forbid that which Blockade of Canton, China. The
v Is -wrong, ant to connuand that which English papers etate that it is the intern
is righttthat is lb as rnueh the duty of tion of the BritiehGovernment to block.
government to compel the education of ade the port of Carlton. The seizure
youth as 13 Pompal their maintenance: of the opium on board the British Ships
ThittJbe oaligation to semis the rights is asaigued as the cause.
.of youtts .t r sii education rests on the
Very Nent.Ci por coy for board,
lovernmeiri; aud that the only effectual
and $5 per dozen for?washisg, is who
mane of 'reeving this light, and thus
they charge at the iicitels in Tent..
.fulfil the Obligation, iii by such laws as
-secure other rights.
COMMitide, C. 'NALL. Fairfield Co. Niil ir puppies. Wafer. Edror.
Ms heinatics, as a part ors collogiatc You would hP handy there for change
COWS& Prof. O. M. MITCHELL, CM
mania rrhe American Lakes ate computed
Other iMpar WI subjects mvill lp to contain 1400 cubic miles of water
'brought betore the Convention, ilia more than half the fresh water on the
the committee are not prepared to an- globe.
. pounce. A book vas published during the time
1M; Vi WILIAAMS, Z Cetn.e. Ot Urontwetl, with the following title:
AWARNEit AP:AKINS. 5 Ro.o or Charity- laid by the Chiekenp
A book vas published during the time
ot Uromwetl, with the foliowing iitle:
Eggs of Charity, laid by the Chickens
at the Gotertinant, and boiled by the
Waters of ÐiVitIO Love. Take ye aud
Why are ths Jews so oppoaed to Forkt
Whv are they so averse to Bacon', One
v. uld think that Noah had cursed the
swine tribe ot the deluge.-(Pa Aurora.
So he did. Noad had three moos, one
r.f. whom he lusted amazingly, (vide Ge
lois) 5ecause the boy laughed at him
when he was drunk: that sun was Dam.
ed Ilamthe others were Sham and
Japhet.-- )Soir. 'Loma.
' NAME:S. Emma is from the Ger
man, and signifies a nurse ; Caroline ,
e from the Lann, noble-minded; George
181 from Greek, a farmer; Martha horn tie
i. brow, bitterness ; the beautiful though
,e common name Mary is Hebrew. and
le means a drop of salt water, a tear ; So
, prim, from Greek, wisdom ; Susan from
at Hebrew, a lily ; Thomas from Hebrew,
Lis a twin ; Robert, from German. famous
n- iU mina il.
to An ignorant young speadthrill wish-e-,d
ing to borrow some money aa privately
as pneeible, was startled an reqtding the
he beginning of, the bond, 'Be it known to
eY sll men; and declared hie unwillingness
fie to sign, as it must certainly come to his
father's earn, -
, A FACT.There is a man living ant
a thousand miles off who has 24 chi!.
dren by one wife, all hale and hearty,
8 of whom are males, capable of bear
ing arms. 'In . peace prepare for wart'
, a good mixim. Huron O. Adv.
A1,1 is King of Holland was about be.
tt earned to the Countess Outrement,
' The Queen has direc:ed that the debt
be her .late royal father, the Duke ol
24 The Queen bas directed that the debts
164of her late royal father, the Duke of
1.34ent,Ishould be liquidated from her Ma.
'..tv's privy. purse. This payment has
the creditors of his
I have presented an
1" vreeth through Sir
wIljtressing their grate,-
14of her Majesty's
The folloe ing etisaet, is taken from r
lin address ta the Democrats of Chem
Th qnestion or it renewal was a
gain agneted in President Jackson'e
nine. Ile vetoed a bill weed for that
purprieee,-and appealed to the people.
The election in 1832 for Preeident turn
ed minty on that queetion. The pees
p!e eustained the veto by a very large
majority. Before the election of 1836,
NIr. Vim Buren had declared that no
bill for that purpose could meet his ap
probation. Ile was oppeeed on that
ground and elected bv a decided major
ity of the people. When the suspenbion
end panic of of IS37 began, the friende
as National Bank renewed their claims
and pressed Mem with all the force they
possessed. Their politicians end pot
pers proclaimed that all the cities, t $yfrtl
and villegea end the country were ruined
and there was nn way activation but
tu a National Bank.-'rhe question came
.flirectly and fairly before the people,
which was the third appeal and the third
trial, and the reeult can be seen in the
elections throughout the Union during
'the last eighteen menthe. It is believed ,
such an institution is unnecessary, and ,
dangeroua to Itberty. So far front be
ing a Rafe regulator of bank paper, the
present U. S. Bank, which is the sante
now es when incorporated by Congrese,
with the same name, same location,
same capital, same officere, same pow
ers, and in no respect different, except
Ithat it domed its charter from the State
, of Pennsylvania, has twice sweatier!
to the leet two years. In the last suss
pension, it was the firet to lead the way,
and compelled the State banks to fol
low its tent. It bee been the means of
drivIng specie from the country. Its in
fluence as a politictil machine has been
felt in every effort to renew its charter.
While contending before Congress for
this purpoee, it loaned to members of
Congress the enormous sum of one mil
lion six hundred and ftive thousand eev
en hundred and eighty-one dollars, in
the come of fives years. It caused a con
tinual excitement through the whule
Utile Independent Ttetteury shall be
establiehed. which appeals now Tine
certain, all connection between public
money end the banks will be separated:
connequently, the General Governmeet
cau base no occasion to make a bank.
rbe object of this great measures are
to reduce the revenue to the warm' of
the Government; that those who collect
shall give ample security; that defaul
ters shall be punished au criminale; and
tbat the mousy received obeli be ouch
all holds an equal value throughout eves
ry part el the This is the les
ditig meaeure of this Administration.
rine is the question presented to the
people, Rud vo hich they have hailed as a
locoed declaration of independence. Rs
essential to the maiutenance of our lib.
ertiee as the firet to ite acquisition, and
equally as practicable as the eeparstion
of 4..114tcli eon r?witie.
Democrats of Champaign countv, we
have no reason to despond. Though
we have elected but one of our ticket
ibis year, we have satisfied the uobiasse
of both parties that the dominion ut (Jur
opponents, even in this their strong
hold, is about to pass from them: We
have every teason to be rejoiced, and
I to renew our efforts increased courage
and confidence. Whichever we look
we see our cause eustained by the peo
pie. Tee "Becond eoher thought" uni
versally apposes it. The ipeople have
most emphatically sustained the doings
of our last Legislature. It is now cer
tain that the measures of protection as
gainet bank dominion and bank fraud
passed by the lest Legisiature will not
be repealed by tine.
YOUf political opponents are in the
field active in their movements, and
skilled in their drill. We ought there
fel e not to forget that FilleCCIIS le not to
tire niggard, but that "eternal vigilance
is the price of liberty."
AN Imo ereNugsv TREASURY were e
THE SPECIE CLAUSE--Tbe following
appropriate paragraph upon the utility ,,,
aud advantageb of the Independeet
Treasury system, we copy from that
staunch Republican paper, tho New a
York Evening Post. We recommend a
this item to the serious consideration of
therm !rho have so often end vehetnently
denounced the ndependent Treasury
plan, and ahk them to puint out a single
instance where and when eny other in.
reitution eceived and disbursed such an
immense moue ofpublic Revenue with
out a lobs to the government, Through
the fraud and niismanagement of Banks,
the Government has lobt millions upon
millions, but we find no instance epee
reeord where or when it loat a copper
through the mint.
AN :INDEPENDENT TREAEURY.The
Miut of the United Etates has been in
operation about 40 years, and during
that period, more then seventy three
millione of dollars have been received
and paid out, without the loss ot a dol
, tar to the government or to individuals. ,
r is pr pueed to mike this frame mint
one of the depobitories of the public
money. Can any mode of keeping pub.
lic money be more secure, Are cm.
rupt bankirol institutions, which ere in
t , , ,
r HEIM :stopping payment every tWO
yeare, as eafe depositeriebi Already
the general government has lost millions
upon millions of money because it has
consented, in every face of the consti
tution, to receive their depreciate paper.
Mow& Erirtore.You ill probably
this communtestiunt bul, the subject oe ITIDA
one which has not infrequently taxed
my attention, and a more extended ac
quaintance with the Religious world,. trt
eepecially in this section of the Vine
su yard, estublialies in my mind the full
convictinn, that the Religious, Profee
of these days are with many, Int
merely speculative, or a Mere mockery
of that Religion which has its source
in the Divinity itself. th
How often do we see a epirit of big- of
otry and prejudice, gleaning even titre'
the religious exercises. Is the cause, I
of the Christian Church to be eustained gi
by a couree of abuse, and ridicule heati
ed upon any other class of Chrietians,
who have tite HMO great end in view, dr
the same honesty of motive and action la,
aa themselves 1 This state of feeling it
exists to an alarming degree, at the
present day amongst the different de- Ytt't
nominations of Christians.
The one watching the other with a
suepecting and jatind.ced eye; and with- gI
out a spar of charitable feeling concer.
ning the action of their fellow enjoar- c't
ers of a dalbrent faith, and criminating
!the motive upon which that action WAS
based. How ungenerous, how unkind,
and how presumptuous that they should
arrogate the high prerogative of their si
Maker, sitting in judgemeut upon the y4
conduct of their fellow beings; and the
greatest crime with which they stand 81
charged is, that their views, their no- it
lions, and their religious convictions,
are not moulded in their own.Oh to
Charity! Where is thy abodel
Where does this evil originate!
Whence does this bitterness and Chris
tian Of you please) persecution, enta
nate From the pulpit, Messrs Ed- In
itore, from the sacred desk, where Char T
ity, peace and good will on earth to ei
men, is strangely amalgam ited with the in
meet malign, and prejudiced thrust's at G
other respectable classes of Christians. 51
it is the profeseed delegates from 'High AI
Heaven,' who fan tine Ishmaei &me;
who, whiist they throw the mantle of ,
Charity around their brethern, furniah
each an assassin steel conecaled be- 4
neath that mantle, the steel of inven- d
omed prejudice, with which they why 11
sally forth and stab the motives, the
actions, and the characters of others, ti
who are as zealous, as uprtght and as
worthy tie themeolves, bnt ititfurtunately
have imbibed their views at a chfferent
tributary or branch of the sante grand
Church, having God as its grand au.
thor anti founder. Oh I Shame ! ehatue.
One tributary should not call ite fellow (
muddy, for at their conveying point or ,
junction, is embodied the Univereal r
Church of Christ.
Well may the Liberalist, the Latitu.
dinarian.the Sceptic uneer at such mock
cry. Chanty and Love in the grand t
pivot on which Christianity turns; but 1
when tbat virtue, that feeling is merged f
; in low prejudicee) or so intcrwoveu
our base animal feelinge, that it is per
fectly oeutralized, we stay well say, the '
House of worship has became the hot.
bed in which Charity is an exotic, and
which cherishes only , the malignant
ftelings of the human heat t.
That such a state of thing does ex. I
ist, it apparent, and we notice it with :
painful regret. I wish not to act as
dictator to those setting in high places
hut too fretpiently they will be accoun
table for accumulating malevolent feel
ings in their congregations againet whet 1
brituchos of the Chrustian church. ea it
' sometimes is evidencing in their en.
cbrisitan, uncourteous, ungentlemanly.
: aye groesly ineulting conduct to their
fellow delegates of another denominas
1 tioo, in the same pulpit, and uuder tir
cummtances which should mellow down
the feeltrigit of a Stoic; and tnuch mote
one who proclaims himeelf the Herald
" of peace I nd good will to all maokind.,
3 When Giant Death maths among us.
' it should iuduce us to reflect, ana
surmiee that his scythe is whetted
shortly to nip ae. anti when summon.
ed at the bar, if Charity atid Love 01
g neighbors b.,1 not an item on our credit
Y slide, we may look out for squalls. A
It word to the wise is sufficient.
lt Sceptics way possibly relish these
temarks, but let them not be !teed se
d an unction to their Fouls. Tbey will
)1 not be judged by the dernalite of others,
1 but on their own abstracted merits.
A LOVER OF CHARITY AND GOOD
le FEELING in THE HOMAN FAMILY.
i TO "rid (LON."
oh Philom dour thy Lines i've seen
which Breath of love most pure and chute,
;h And would that i bed Never beon
that. that thy spirit lone should Waste
"Your spirit in my Hair you've wrestled"
i'll not disturb that sacred spot
yot my "bright eyes," be not Deceiv'd
Are cast upou rotor lot ,
You flitter, Phi lom, when you say
"As breath of Birds, oty song if sweet"
this voice young roan, will soon decay
ibis Heart you ask wit coasts to beat
Boon in Beath.
l'hy furrow'd cheek tun well deth say
that sorrow's cup with the is fili'd
oh, l'hilorn dear I should i Rey Nav
'to your request,' do not be Ki II'd
spend not your thouslits on neings Dere,
you'it naIght hut Disappointment see,
Common with opirits in a sphere
above flail mortal.
M. R. 'Ft
ror the rÐelelperat. - illIE I) FA1 110 Cit.rir
Mews. witture.-- I ou in proaaely 1 4 ,!
Mare when you penal the character of CAN Ili DOVER. 01111).
NOVEMBER '22. 1839.
HARD CURRENC Y
Wood, Coal, and all kinds of coon.
try produce, received at this office foi
subrcription. nod other tlehte.
A II peraontolie-o-ii-ig Prospectuses of
the Olno !Democrat, will pleaoe send
ILLINOIS LUAN.It 18 POW said.
that a Un Wow Millions, for the State
of Illinois, has certainly been effected
one million to be paid in each montli,be
ginoing with Deecember next.
rrAtt decidedly enmasse almost, for an In.
dependent Treasury and Mr. Van Buren 1 The
late elections in this State resulted in a democra.
tin majority 30,721 wilted. The majority last
year wag only 5,496. The revolution among
the people in favor of there own, interests, in
the course of ono year, has brougt about a most
groriona resultpa gain of upwards of 25,000,
to the Democratin p trty. Ilurrah for the Key
Stone State, she will be at her posILIviX thir
ty thousand majority foe Martin Vika Aron, in
The federal majority in the Senate will bo
six, end in the Assembly from eight to ton, last
year is was thirty-six in the house ()assembly.
a:r The aggregate Feperel majority in the
State will probably be less than 2006, last year
it WaS MON; end the year before from 16 to
18,000. Wiggies of Tulearwas tired you hotter
look up the old banners, and see whether iho
ball has not stop'd yet.
The Mar. of Ohio has appointed Vance P.Bonk
ham. Deputy Marshal, to take the Census of
Tuscarawaq County. And Col. Joseph Cable,
editor of the letTersonian. Deputy Marshal, to
take the Census of Carroll County. And Mr.
Gregg, Deputy tor Columbiana county. Arid
Butier, of Massillon, is appointed Deputy
Marshal, to take Census c.f Stark County.
LOOK OUT.Post Noted of $5 and $10 of
'The Bank of Commerce in Buffalo,' payable
4 months from date to IL P. Leech, and en.
dorsed by him, are in circulation in Stark own.
ty. There is such a Bank, but it is not author.
ized by law to issue such noteswe would cau
tion our friends, on resceiving them.
MICHIGAN ELECTIONS. The news of
these elections are not so favorable, to der Mtn
ocratic cause as we had anticipated.
MORE BANK PROJECTS.
Just ns we have expected. The National
Government being ualike States and the Backs,
which are invoked in debt and out of credit, it
nOW tooked to thee credit pollocans as the last
resort to nee them. The N. Y. Courier and
Enquirer proposes that Congress create a debt
by U. S. Bonds, for sale in Europe of course.
to the amount of THREE HUNDRED MIL.
LIONS. thrift', these whige ars a cute sot of
fetows, to increase 'credit capital,' and sell their
wild lends and T....milks.' storks et a living pro
fit What madness 1311111 we heat Next.
It to stated to us that all the Banks in Ohio
have resumed specie payments. Se much for
domocratin legislation. The people can now
Ice whether the law of I ith winter is a Mum
bug.' What way you now wiggles. ib.
TUSCAI1A WAS COUNTY.-0t,
pondering over the recent elections, one
.ifter summing up the glorious victoria
:he democratic party heave of late a
chieved, in different parts of the Unien.
our thoughts sere brought ho:ne Olt,
rubcarawas. We abked ourselves.
why it is, that this Couoty is not tome
sented by a majority of her voters, it,
the State Legislature, N'Ily it is thai
she has not taken her stand in ate Dere
erotic ranks, along till her sis e
1Counties I Eeho anbwerd, Vb'ant
'Unity, and concert domino."
46W been in a nonie."Robert Swart
wout boa been elected to Me Atotetnbl)
from Tompkins co. N. Y.. on the fed
oral ticket. lio, there you cluzene tri
Albany. Lock the cellar door.
A CHANCEThe Dartford Titneo
ear, they have a Dr. in that town, who
can remove all deforinitlea in the feet
It would ho well tor he of the Advocate
to make application soon. No doubt
the Doctor could remove that cloven
Ou our first page wilt be found an o
riginal Tale, potiessing borne merit,
Red which cannot fait to please the
lowers of light reading.
Messrs Editors-- Will you intorin me
hy it is, that when IN heat is hut 155
touts s bushel, we have to pay flora
four and a half to live doliare per hh.l.
for flour. Also what is the remedy ?
We would answer ,A Laborer' by
Neying, speculation is the order of the
day, and the only remedy is a first raie
ttLISSIA.A wady eitynded corsspirae id
oild to have been liscovern in a KM41M IdUti d
touch to Pomp& tve hundred optlicers
.re declared oi have hem thrusted et 'me blow.
aid wising soinunitient1). n hundred Ile
Ikeda Weld confined iti the dutigetme Ve
potw anðother places. and the rest degraded to
the ranks. The otpk-et of tile couspitatora was
10 MISIZO it number lir fortresses tit Poised, and
stir up Ste Poito to a general nieurroesion while
large portion or the Russian armies were.em,
ployed et the grand review et Borodino.
CPPY OF ROWSEVILLE
After the muck that hu been said (Willis spies
did city PUttid fridlidd tO WI prosperity have pro..
cured &lithographic drawing it, and w Inuit
' we have been politely fevered with a copys
Rowseville to a very populoun city ot P7'osve
ten thousaud buildings, and two or 14 4
dred thousand uthabitauts, and havinth
number of churches end other etre,. ,puips
lic edifice. Albeit, it id soinewhot like' torah
cities iu 'Prospective. which, some three thin
years Billed were marked out on paper, arid hy
sample. It yet lacks the buildings and tile 'du
ple, all but the itowesville Hotel , and winch,
liver consequence, is the most splendid, coninio
dioua , and the beat in the city. Its locatiou.os
the thore of the lovely Naragansett, !linden' it
I a romantic retreat in the km summer months,
tilt its population shall become numerous and
dense. It is kept by Mr. John Smith; we have
nut learned whielidohn Smith, but we presume
1 hint to be the real Simon Pure, as he veils eon,-
nor 1.i.ts' permits his visitorra to dig their own
I clams, au'd skin their owti eele. and ouly asks
'hem to pay up. The kite seems to bespeak
its vicinity to either a marble quarry or a sate
mill. it being covered with slabs; and la cow,
structed with a special view to being airy.
On Seturdny evening ludt,:nettr Sondyvilie
we learn, that a Pedlar was stopped, tied and
rubbed of 314 by 3 highway robbers.
Ohio Ropudi tory.
Lie ton to the Voice of Reason.The
following excellent sentiments, which
we copy from the New-York Evening
Post f the 17111 test. should be cherished
by every lover of 1.berty and order.
Governments should be 80 consisted MO
to secure the greatest good to the grew..
tebt numberprotecting all in life, libtr
ty, and the pursuits of happinese. This
tan only be done by enacting good,
wholesome, and uqual laws, bui granting
exclusive privileged to none.
The Sentiments of Andrew Jackson.
Let the people listen to the voice of one
of the most -sagacious, brave, atid paw
otie of men. Ilk 011 morablo dachas.
tion on the great controvercy now belera
the people le, that "In separating thd
Government from the Banks, we secure
to labor its fair reward: every honest
pursuits prumoted; the governismilt
relieved trom the political influence of
the money power; legislation is purified.
and the republican leelings of our cal.,
zetis are cher ished." Siotei man.
OLD MASSACHUSETTS FOREV
Well, we hove token the verv capital
of villiggoly et tont. Old Nibretivir.strette
coulee booming up. wilh sicatit flying end
ell hands abroad liezzetng fur Orinoco tt-
cy. We give our opponenis MicLigeo
for a year with ell good wilt, th roam,
tor olio sacking of the ennto's citatrel.
'rho too tileueed Nara! majoi..ty of tat4
year is goueuoed up, sou MAfibUS
MORTON, the oldebt Lieheoeulotthl
eindida le WO efill recolleti, lb blitodt
and little doubt ot elet tior. If Mos
too is defeated, it is by ecatierieg er..
Wo take the followitig items tioui the
New Era of Nov. 15.
l'ilE CLORIOUS MASSAC111:-
The unprecedented victory which this
itinocracy have achieved in iklasaactiu
,ette, altogether nut 60 ab,olutely
abated by ;he last leiurom as to p.a. si
beyond the peas del nil adieu,
is nevertheless universally clamed I y
our fitends and conceded by our orpi
news. Tile election thee vertratle
Marcus Minton aa tiovel nor, sod of es.
dernoc,iitie majority in the Legistainro
le how idscad beyond reani.iiti t;
and it w II slat recurtien a, ems , iho
moat inonurahle politico! events that
has occu red during the last filly year,
Dentociacy toreser !
'HIE RUM ARGUMENT.
The sðly "eltiv," ern
over the city and bwediaig that it toltio.
fifteen gallon law which lost tbeni tiv
State of Masyachusetts; anti thut tho
progress of democratic doctrives iti that
old federal hold is altbgether faimiluue,
and had nothing witutever to Jo with
If they will but reflect a moment. they
may chance to per( eive that thin
mew proves rather to much; for riprerers'
that eight or ten thousand whip in that
state have surrendered thew princepits
for rum This argument; therefore,
Mid better be dropped like e hot potatue.
, The facto ie, the whip never had env
principles, worthy of the name, an-el
therefore they could not have old them
for rum or any thing else. The pour
tuurtalo were outvoted, and there le an
end of the tory.
EFFECTS OF TEMPERANCE.
There may, after all, be more ituth
han poetry alum the tt,ehige" afeump..
tion, that tho democratic succeos
Massachusetts is owing to the fifteen
gallon law. A correspondent remark;
that law, by placing the intoxicating cup
beyond the reach of the "stage," may
have given them a favorable opportunity
for taking that "sonea second thought,"
Heti YAN BURNN nays is never
wtong and always efficient.
Ne Dividende-,All the Banks of
with the exception of 9110
have men them a favorahle orportunity
for taking that 14sonica i.scond thought,"
Will meet on Saturday evening Dolt, m hich Nr. YAN BURNN says is never
at the usual time and place, to discuss
the adjourned question viz: wiring and always efficient.
'Is man a free moral agent V No Dividends',All the Banks of
'rho Ladies and Gentlemen of Doves
and vicinity, ore reepectfully invited to .1111iladelphis,' with the exception of 9110
I have declined to declare sny dividends,
in corirorMante ith a law of tits stela
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