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CANAL DOYEIV, TUSCARAVaS COUNTY, (OHIO) JULY,24,
1 I ir't.
'-DEMOCRATIC MEETING,. ,
- ENT no tirNS 11 IP.
, A respectable meeting St the' Darri
cerattrof Wayne Townhhip convened to.
gether it the beton) of WILLIAM KIN
DEL, oti Saturday .the I Ith ,
, 'After' theineeting had been orgar.ilapd
- by callingIohn Stoy, to the chair, sn'd
'-appointiog Alleman Savage, Secretary,
the fellow ing resolutionaweri ridopted.
- Resolved, That Henry Benfer, and
Diniel Po.cock', be a Ommittee to se.!
Iect and 'bring in,the names el- suitabie
persons to serveas Delegates to the
County Conventioe; and also, that said
committee select and bring in the names
asuitable persons to serve ai a corn.
mittee of Vigilance of Said Township.
Resolved, That Jacob Stiner, and
Philip Knappenberger, be a committee
to draft and bring in an address, rela
tive to the wishes, motives and
pies of ibis meeting. , , N
After withdrawing for some time, the,
Committee to eelect Delegates replied,
that Philip Gharky, Thomos Gorsuch,
Jacob Clinker, Thomas RichSson. Wm
Smiley aqd Philip Knappenberger, are
suitable persons to attend the County
And that,- Geo. Richard, Rugh GoPi
, such, Jonas Bear, Richard Burrell,
John Bear, Alleman Savage, Simon
Bearich, James Savage, Jacob Stiner,
Charles Waid, Samuet Young, Jacob
Ste& Thomas Mills, Michael Wallich
3r., Zigler,William Kindel, An
drew Richey, Peter filmes,: Wm. Bur
, ress, Elias King, Peter Roach, John
Stoy, Elias Brown, Samuel Brewn,
Samtiel Boid, Leonard Bear, Richard
Melon, are suitable persons to serve
as a ,Township committee; which on
motion was unanimoualy agreed to.
Somet me after, the Cpmmittee Bp
, pointed to draft an Address, reported the
; following, which after being r,ead and
- considered was unanimously agreed to.
nominating a committee of Vigie
lance for Weine Township,. - decent
respect for Our fellow ciiizens,. trendilt
it proper to declare the motive brwhich
we are governedln ace4.110ing; and the
object we would wieh to accomplish.
Be it therefore known, that our motive
le the general good four common coun
try, and the object is to counteract cal
. umnysuch as standeln the way of
peace end h rmony, in our endeavors to
effect the COM111011 good of oureelves
follow citizens generaly. Our princi
ples are pure Deniocract.
1st. We hold that the rights of man
are the only elementary and legitimate
sources of political power; arid therefore
wish that the elective franchise be ex.
tended, to tbe utmost verge of ite ration
2d. We advocate a strict construe
tion.of United States Constitution, and
deny all power to the Federal Govern
ment not expressly granted, or abeolute.
lv needed to effect the welfare of the
3d.. We contend that all power not
delegated by Abe Constitutive r.to the
Government of the U. States,- remains
with the people and the Swett.
4th. We are opposed to a monopo
lizing, irresponsible, system of individ
uarBanking; whether its charter be-de
-rived from th0 U. States, or only an in
dividual State. We consider bankers
as a privileged set of monopolizers,. in.
vested ,by law with an exclusive privi
lege of manufacturing money out of
rags, and pas&ng it at equal value to
gold and silver, contrary to the genius
four, governmentequal rightsand
we esteem it!little better than legalizing
counterfeiting by law. "
5th. We are in favor of an Indepen
dent National Treasury, and a law to
pay the United States revenue in the
conatitutional kind of currency, ao most
expedient for safety; also tó counterect
a corrupt system of irresponsible bank
ing, the previous and present causes of
the distress among the laboring classes
(gibe 'United States. -
Ctn. We will not object to it sound
system of banking, prdvided one can be
eetablished on sound republican princi
plesigiving all and each,an equal chance.
to participate in its uses and prate.
Stich Fellow citizens, are a, part of
the measures and principles we intend to
advocate; arid we extend the hand ol
eriendphip to all and each, aod courte
eerily invite all our fellow citizen& to
join with us .as equal participants in the
undertaking, the victory, and the Wee
Sings eS the reoult. And we assure you,
fellotv titizens, that to effect the victory
in favor of equal rights for the present,
no weapon is orreessary save trrith,com
mon sense, and sober reason. Therm
are amply Sufficient to counteract, un
ravel, and destroy all the snares, traps
;'.:;.; and nets, our political opponents have
set and contrived to ensnare and mitt.
lead us into their measures, to our own
injury, Inset and certain disappointment.
boring classes of the country into their
, Ist. As a prominent tool;they have 1
pitalfed on an old chiefiain, who had )
been previously in the service of the . U. i
Statee,and has drawu upwards of eigh- 1
ty thousand dollars from the pubhc cups 1
boards)as candidate for President of the I
U. Snates. It is not our business .to f
dead from, or add to the military fame 1
of the 'old gentleman. Whether the I
preseetWifige, burnamed Federalists, r
made the first discovery'of his splendid I
military talents, and are entitled to a 4
patent right, matters little here or there; 4
but, hear what they have puhlisbed of 1
the old man, (perhaps only to' enlist our 1
compassion in the old man's favor) they I
publish him as the Log Cabin; and I
hard ceder candidate. Whether it be i
true that he lives in a log cabin and 1
drinks hard cider,we will not determine; i
but common (mese teacher) us, ' that' a 1
HISO who like Gen. Harrisou,lias drawn 1
upwards of eighty thousand dollars,from .
tlie publie--more than one thousand I I
dollars for every year of his-life; and has i
been unable to save so much as will at- I
ford bim a good house and comfortable .
accommodations, is too improvklent to .1
be trusted with the concerns and duties i
of a president of the United States. And 1
ifit be a falsehood that the leaders of the 1
party have circulated, it is evident that .1
they harbor a foul design,in which truth
will not answer their purpose; and con
sequently every honeet man ought to for 11
sake them, and have nothing to do with '
their untrue, dark aud dirty design, be it .
what it ital.': They walk not in the path'
of rectitude; and in the end leads to dess
2d, It hae been pretended that chars
itiee were the cause that deprived the
old gentleman of his money. Of these,
his friends have given ari but one case
that has COMO under SW observation.
The story was published in the Salem
Whig, and is entitled ."Gen. Hartson'e
friendship to the poor. ,
Ilarrieon is represented as accidental
ly calling at the cabin of an old soldier
who bad lost one leg in battle, and was
in distress. because of some debts he
owed,,,:. Tbe tollowieg dialer!, itgAitid
' to havii taken place. . . - . :
Harrison. "You have fought the bat
tles ot your coun:ry, may I be inquisi
tive in asking? ,
Soldier 0---Yes I have fcught
under the brave Harrieon at the THAMES
and in other battles. I speak of him
with pride, for I seen his bword glitter
ing in the thickest o f the fight.
Harrison. Would you know him
wer.e you to see him?
Soldier. (gazing in bie recce) You
resemble him very much. Were he to
know my sufferings he would instantly
assist me, I have seen him do several
Harrison. Where did you lose your
Soldier. It was shatiered by a ball
at the glorious Bailee of T;ppecanoe.
Harrison. Well, my brave fellow,
make your mind easy; a hair of your
head shall not be injured." Harrison
then makes himself known to the soldier
To defect the falsity of this story, it
ia only necessary to recollect, that in
the cornmeecement of the dialogue the
soldier is made to say "1 fought under
the brave Harrison at the THAMES,
end afterwards "that his leg was bhats
tered by a ball at the glorious battle of
Tippecanoe ' Now if the soldier lost
hie leg at the battle of Tippecanoe in
tell, he could not have fought at the
Thames, in 1813. Consequently the
story is not taken from real life, hut fa
invented to impose on the credulous and
unsuspecting part of the people who are
unacquainted with the history of their
country, and give them the idea ot Hers
rieon being a good hearted generous old
gentleman. But as they have been un
der the necessity of inventing a case, as
is evident from the previous recited
case, it is rational to conclude that in
truth no case did exist,' unless it be con
tended that the leaders of the Harrison
party are so base that they prefer lying,
to telling the truth. .. , ,
Finding Mr Harrison a kind.or dead
weight on their hands, which with all
their tricks, craft, and cimning, they
could not expect to raise very big bohey
next adopt the expedient to pui Mr Van
Buren down under him; to eiIect this,
the same lever is u:bed with which they
have labored to raise Harrison above
buil; viz. untstith. . .,
The hue and cry is now raised against
Mr Van Ruren's ' mal-adminietrationet
and bad doings. 1st. That in his mis
sage to Congress he recommended a
hundted thousand men of a standing arq
my I I I I: 2d.: ' That his expenditure
amounted to thirty seVSH minimal of dol
lar a year Illt ,3d. That be demands
the purse and II sword all to' himself
Fellow citizens, Had we found either
of these charges true, 40 would have as
1 bandoned Mr Van .Buren, as unworthy
1st. Bead bus meseage and we an- TH1
swer you, that ail you 6nO in that ðocu- Tkie
mint relating to military matters; id tr, stein'
.speaking of a plan made out by the Sec. hythe
retary of Wet, for the. organization of on hie...,
the militia, addressing hintseif to Con- emntyl
gress, he ssye: "I cannot recommend mei la
too strongly .to your consideration the and W.11
plan submitted by that officer for the.or
ganization ditto militia of the United tioh of
States.' Out of this laudable recent.. aSei
mendatioe, fellow citizens, they' have no' itirn
hatched an hundred thousand,of a sten. vy ofÅ
ding army. But be not alarmed; their I itta
chickens all died in the shell. The cern' inteml!
mittee to whom the matter was bubmit. r
led, alter 'wing attentively eensidoted helo tie
the plan as Mr. Van Buren had strong-:(tb
ty recommedded them to de, reported in tat d
effect that the plan ie inexpedientnet deite
constitutional. That the organization evn;r
of the militia belongs to the States indi- is it 0
vidually, and not 'to the general govern
ment. And here ends the matter; Mr. men' 1
Vau Buren had wisely recommended whrits 1
that the plan be consideied; end thts Must
having been done, gave the death bloT t,
to the elan; and if it was a bad one, Mr. Presid
Van Buren is entitled to credit for,, thie when
judicious metbed to prevent it from be- b'uch
'corning a kat viz by Strongly -tecom- the vi
mending it to be considered, which was 110;14.
all necessary to be done to produce that4---;'-ald
effect. So much for this Bugbear. tation 1
Now for his extravagance.
it appears by the report of Levi Wood 1 Sce
,bury, Secretary ofthe Treasury, that ev sha
1st. Bead bus mesuage arid we an- .- THE PURSE is THE SWORD.'s tritill geode impOrted within the United To Pa EvENT litueoeuosta.As at ibis . '
The id. article sadist Sec. of the .. U
swer you, that ail you 6nd in that troeu- , States. which is low at LO
mint relating to twittery matters; is is Q
'Attest Conatitution,gives the oath taken Here then, you see that the importers of by shags in a labskstate, the,. following . , -
speaking of a plan made out by the See. nyabe Presi.dent. previous to per -Cent. 'season many perCons ere usually bitten - ,
entering British goods, Wares ois Merchandise, p scautionary 'rules as adlifed by t
retary of Mr, for the. orgenization of on biteofficiel duties to wit: '''l do sot. mute for every 100 dollars worth. they Paris Conseil .dt Salubrite elmuld boo., ., ,,
the militia, addressing himself to Ci;n- emelyiswear that I will faithfully mown wieh to sell, first pay' 50 dollar into the remembered and , adhered to. ,-. They . ,. ,
grebs, he sap,: "! cannot recommend the office 14President Or the 11."'States, U. tiTreasury in ,bard gold end silver. may save-many a valuable litisi,-.'. When - ,:-
ISO strongly .to your consideriltion the and "'di te the best of my abilitiers pre. And for whose use is tine paid I While person is bitten the wound ehould' be '...: ..
plan submitted by that officer for the or. se-rye:protect, and defend the Coustitua for' the use of tbe people,of the United tmniediately pteesedr, un all sides.-in'. ,ss ..-a
ganization of the militia o! the United tioh of the United States.' ; ' Stateb, to pay the expenses of thuir goy such a manner as , to squeeze out the ,4 .
Stales.' Out of this laudable Tricorn. ;. "See, 211. The President shall be ernment 1 This is fine paid out to Gov blood, with any saliva evict) the animal ' -a' ,
mendatioo, fellow citizens, they' have c'ottn-ander in chief of the only and na. ernment officers, Stage drivere,Contraca maY have left. , It tihould ba Wastes) :.;,.A
hatched an hundred thousan&ef a elan. yy OfolbS United States, and of the Mi. tors, !ming provisions for the army aze, wit h volatile alkali diluted with': water ., .
ding army. But be not alarmed; their line or thiçieveral States when called 1 and by them in the purchase of thesteff! either impregnated withwirod ,:abbeb, . ..--
chickeris all died in the shell. , The corn' interale actual service of the U. States.' ii of lifeBread, butter, cheese tec. lee., lune or salt; or in case none of these - , ...s.
mittee to whom the matter was bUbnlit. r .,.11,'0,- fellow citizefis, yeu cannat ie distributed among the people. This are at band, with ,urine..Thia being .:..,.
led, atter bitting attentively eonsidered WelP seeing, that to accept' the sword, then answers a double purporie. 1st, It done, ibe wound should undergo eau. ,., .
the plan as Mr. Van Buren had stronga:(16 ise the figdre) is the President's oli. ia a check against foreign mentifactu. terization, or searing with' tron at a ,
ly recommended them to de, reported in teat! duty, which he is boned to do: Iran rers in favor of home manufanturers. :white beat. . 0, t ,
effect that the plan ie inexpediennnet deipte mobleacred obligationan oath 2d. It will increase our etock of silver 't,' - ' -
constitutional. That the organization swor in the presence of his God. Now , end gold, a thing much needed, anaiiri". VAIsT FISH THERE.. AR United States
of the militia belongs to the States india is it ot insanity or something worse, to ' proportion as we get less manufacturea officer writes from New Brunswick, ,
vidually, and not 'to the genera! govern- cher e the President witb infidelity, be- abroad, we increase the call for laborers - "That American citizens must gives -
merit. And here ends the matter; M
-.-r. min' be is willing to accept the sword,' at home; end as labor is alivays beat i uP fiebing in the Britibh waters, so Ionia . , ....
Vau ' Buren had wisely recommended whiih his sworn duly compels him to dot paid where there is the greatest call ferias the presentetievere law is in lore's '
that the plan be consideied; and th,s Must it not be insulting to every sane labor, it Alit, oecessarily iMprove thei He ,saYet '.' 1 Th''' great :man nt. thn '
haviug been done, gave the death littrv mind to hear el such objections to a condition title laboring cleeeet, in the! province think . it was never intended,.,--. ,
to the plan; and if it was a bad one, Mr. Presideta. ,ilie demands the sword," United Statee, It will furnish them 1 l'IY the treaty, that they ahould be allow.... -.., .. ,
Van Buren is entitled to credit for , true 'when it is his swnrn duty to - take it. with both good wages and good money; ed to fieh in their bays, tec., however ..-,
Judicious metho,d to prevent it from bea IS'uch objections therefore can only be The next source of .publia reienue wide they may be, and I believe are. ":.. ..
corning a' teat viz ', by 'strongly oecom- the visionary it him o't distem d b h 1 f bl 1 I
pere eomes y t a on e o pu ic an( s. o
1 determind to drive them elk,: 2 'r i -,.. . :
mending it to be considered, which was israin$. . . this branch it will prevent the bank &pee - ,
all necessary to be done to produce that '
'''''Xi;ii es to the purse, this the co"Osti- ulators from buying up theloublic Iiiiids, ' TRUE.- PERHAPS...A NW. SySLOM of ,..;,,
effect. So much for this BugbOar union always keeps out of th PresiderVs "nnd shaving the poet laborers; nt their ,
arithmetic has been submitted, to- the , :,:',. -
Now for his extravagance. rends .' , . ' regs will not be takin in 'payment, end hi's
n rench Institute, by Which a fortmg ,,, .
it appears by the report of Levi Wood See article 1st, section 9,, "No monn' in this respect reduceth the banker on Immo will, 'be sufficient' le familiarieti-.. , - ..
bury, Secretary of the 'Preaeury, that ey shall be drawn from the Treasuty, an equal level with the laborer. It as -ill b per,son having no previous acquaintace. -, 4 .,
with that science, with all. the ' potentate , ..,.,
tbe several bums of money paid out of , but in coneeeuence of appropriation', also ihnoduce a bound currency which
the Treasury in 1838, amounted to C?7, ' in'ade by law." Not eyrie his own sal-, the laborer may safely lay up from tune operatione of arithmetic,' from temple . - .7
129,396,80. Which was paid in the ail cue he draw without thus ap - X. II ' ffi . th d t -
prop; to ime, ti SJ cient ta ga ere ,, enumeration up to equations of the first -,. ..,;
cl a with two u I,
ti.alown quantities, the ' 1-.,,
following sums, and to the following ' gtion. , , '',-; - , ' swer the end of buying a freehold for a 81 - s ,'
uses: . . .'s . But says a demagogue whig Feder- himself; or if lensout, there is Do dan- theory of the maximum cominon miser, - - ,
-. . , -
One item of .811346,599,05' was paid. ,-.0i.b.pe.rliaps in' removing some of the uer in d d U
getting goo money teturne . n . ,...,
and extraction, of roots, .. , . ,,, ... ,
.----. :,-.. 7.
on account of public debt. This debt .treasureste may get the keys to some der the present system of currepcy, a W ' ' '' ' It th P bk '
wan caueed by the deposite Banks clo; of the vaults, and then slip in end steal man is nearly in as bad a fix, .'are the T 1 "pet it' toef I ;re d nY s d at I hautg t It ee eSe9e! e ,- ' '
sing thee' vaults in 1836, unwilling br the money. As !hie is judging others dutchman: who after buying new ' dress. tir ern I de; d e ce Y14 not e d by' .' '
unable to pay, and for which' reavon in from his own disposition,and as it is not ea for his daughters, mounted his horse ronelnwn If n t ;n en I b at. 'r a in- ,i'''' .
extra sesbion of Congress was called 82 likely that a thief will ever become a and run him home in full spoilt!. appree al - . tga it, i tow! cee, re too on . :i. ,
ht. That Splended.i, documeet, the ,,,,, ,,
a law passed to issue Tieaeury twice to Pr"isident of the United States, we leave hendinding they would be out of taahion
to eduction ot the itudertal -,Jai-FERsom a ' -
supply the piece of theae deposites 'end it to this etioning wbig himself, to seg.. before he came home. E Mill ' so with ' d ,
of snid note" this bum was redeem'ed in .. , . . , . . 'I 7 ., was paused over in silence, or.. eemed , .,, 1.,,,,,
geettne renieuy BOW to prevent thus as the present currency, a man ?vette a --,-
too adequate& for,their Itiae: ,, EICgant :
1939.-',: :" . . -, ono Nue ts niways,best in devibing dollar, is not slue that it will pees in an reinen songs Ity '51r Hole -were '- '
. 2d item 01'240, CNA,' was yaid . to rani bow to catch lite other. We trine hour afterwards. Pressures and ei ' -r-- - -aaa '' .'" ar
Pan substituted, to the delight gibe ' British ..,. -
the Chicasaw and ether 1DdianA as.,, ern..,ae r we have shown that the several (lions, are the natural consequeneee whi', IL...,.-0.-......,. s, - .N. L - , -' , ' -5
rearages'do theme --?.s,, .7.-7:s-Z, ',.:. ,,-----,-,. tiA. - Rini:let Mr. Van , Burem...we isthora tr,a milehannt 01 Ode' f riff tkr' 6,4-41.---r-S5' g.-1.1,t 4 "kh i "w,7,r,--7...,";!':
-. 3d Nei of 717.-5Itldrr-""si ad nat5ifey - -
hi ve noticed, tie totally inifoitudedi big 10 iiiiir-74,4,.,. , ,,. ..,' C: ','-,, ,--et . : . r;., ' - - , .e. . ,
!,' '''''' 4.:"4 ' . l' L 'Pass APS(4173-iummtm.--11iik-(4114-' ,-!'-',
that had tee& receitted Intis tiro Trease- w II as what was said in recommenda- That's. U.S. Bank, comet behtterlbe yoe re.atera erased --r : ID -1-.C""'
, Iwo, . an pm , . -4--t,;
ry as Indemnities to therchates, that had tion of Gen. Harriren. matter, tae. know fromeelf;-experience.' hili. Wise in i speeeblideongress, and-,':..,..:
been robbed by foreigners, aud was And we contend, 1st, that it amounts In 1818, and e; to 1826,witen th U 8 t ' h . lift '
e . .. i wail pretty mug. , t only true thiog .: S,
paid to them as rightful owners. to a confeesion on the part of the lead- Bank wail in full operation,. ' Wheat at he etiid.in rt.' .- .;--'41-7':'i . '. - ''- ' - - ". ' -'s
Fourth Item of 84,675,50; was paid ere of the Harrison Imlay; that the truth cash price wasmnstly at 25 cis. a Ir'orrii: -4 ,:i , ' -,. ,. , :. , ; " ',:, , , ' '
to several States due them for moneY is insufficient to warrant success to their el, ald the paeseure was greater that Puirsicianaiee-li iii..,pleasing Jo see tha s, :",:,,
expended for general use during the late cause. 2d. That it (truth) cannot fut. now. We also recollect that in &bout r idii et:monis of put eincestore 'adapted. ,- ,:
war. Distil to Mr Harrison a sufficient recom- 1790, when silver and gt Id c.onstituted to our meatier civilisation. Our German. ,S,'.-'
Fifth Item of 863,670,00. was paid to mendation, which they are willing to the principal part of the currency,' wheat foretatheralieliyed alit . lie who' died a .
several new States, being 3 per cent trust as a warrantee for his election. 3d sold at from 12 to 15 shillings a bushel,. antral dernir must Ileum a long ' time 'in ...
funds, due them of the lands geld with- Also that the character of Van Buren and as often higher as lower. I,
il Leroi suspenta beforeemeAng hoe the enjoy
in their limits, cannot be sufficiently assailed by truth. fore remains to be proven that 'piper meet, of Walhaile, and. thereto. alweys . . '
Sixth Item 01'8198, 520,00 was paid to reduce it under that of Harrison., And currency on the whole, raii;eskid prices .
called', in som e one ,,i0 put an end, tri
to the several states, being 2 pr. cent that the leaders of the Harrison party. of either labor or proditei diet it their. life,'When .theie . it as- any danger:
funds for road purposes. are not so base as to resort to lying, as keeps prices continuallyAituatirig,', ie of ite marling top eaters! way. We base
Seventh Item of $126354,77 was a matter of choice, but were driven to it true; but what it raises In? at one time ereeeived thia -Cubism, -and tbe result '
paid as a donation to the District of Con by necessity; their cause stood in need it reduces them at another, and ee, only is as.Sloctors. : 71I,a. , ,.." - - ,
lumbia. - of it, and teat 'hie resort to lying maa servea to corrupt the currencaiandcause , , i,. -- '
, , , , vr
'all BETeRtn-e-,a.,' Itrienfi 'Franklin,'I f '
Eighth Item of 891,995,78, was paid be considered as the last throws of ex- bankruptcy and ditappointmens. ', ' ' .
towards surveying our coasts. piling hope. 4 Whether Martin Van Illi,rnit will suet
. said ElijahAate,t'eelebraied'Anakee ' '
Ninth Item of $179,301,30 was du. '
Another charge against Van Buren ie. ceed in his most laudable undertelshsee. la wy er, et Plfiltelelphia, onti-day,-'018 :....,..,
tiee refunded to merchants which ape ',1'hat he has a coachwindow cur- depends on the wisdom a the peopre; tr Alal'Inlaat ea", ;thing; ean thee tell '
rug how I am to preserve my small biog.
pears bad been overpaid by them. . , . tainscarpeeng, and other articles vee for whose good he is lal)oring.. If the ,
in the back. yard! l':: My neigh,bors are .
Tenth Item of 8714,S57,74 wee paid ry costly, and wade in England. Thal boet of British topes Wok aristocrats,
r often tapping it of . nights." "' Put a
for materials to increase our nave. he even keeps Englishmen as his wai- Stock Jobbers, Swindlers and counter- '
barrel ()fold Medeira by the'side of it,"
Eleventh item of $1,218,014,97 was teat. As tine gone against Van Burea's hoppers, can,' in addition to , their -own
re lied the dtiotor; ., let them but get a
paid for permanent public buildings. private conduct, there exist no public numbere, deceive as many of the people - P.. .
lasts ef the. Madeira, an engsge
Twellih Item of 8735,570.87, was documents wherewith to prove the quilt as will make a majority atthe,next elec
paid for Bridges and Fortificatione. - or falsity o'rthe charge; and had the pub tiom be of course fails in .ilitying, his 'they. will.rre'vet.- tro..uble thy email , beer, , ,.
Thirteenth Item of 81.000,191, 59. lisherers cil, this story, not given to it measures into effect; es it 'le- from the ,
was paid for the improvement of riverb, their own construction, we should have people, and peeele only, he can expect
PRETTY THICK.---A friertd writing to us ,:
harbors and roads, Fourteenth ltem of been at a loss to comprehend their mean aid in his cause; and it is for their good
. from New Orleans"Tbe weather,bere
8471,906.35, was paid for public arme ingt they however inform us that he eto only be is laboring. ' 4 is excruciatingly hot, and the musquia ,,,,',
and MMUS for forts. Fifteenth Item timates Englishmen too hlgh; tbat he ib - Fellow citizens, we only request of
toes are about twenty to the tate In . : :
of 81,708,123,12 WU paid for lands pur too much in their favor. Had we came you thoroughlyle weigh the matter and
chased from the Indians. Sixtetoith 'to our own conclusion, we would have then decide as your own interest die.
oEPTING IT A FTERWARD..., We know' a
Item of$3,033,761,28, was paid for peni consideasd that being a gentleman Wai- tates. We are aware that many honest
stone to sundry individual-. nth Item torhis kitchen and chambermaidor and well meaning men have been mils,. gentleman, who, traveding u n ti.e e
quented part of Ireland had the, precauo
01'81,775,914.13 wee paid for removine his Horse Statile cleaner; did DOI denote guided, and we would be sorry to have
tion to !earn, in native Irish, ' Which '.
the Miens. 16th Item of $232, .369 anything like high respect paid to the it understood, that we intend the above
is the wayl" but utterly forgot until the
36 was paid for property lost; and, ieju. person so employed. Be this as it maaS titles as applicable to each Tan in the
answer was given;that it was neceseary
ries committed d'uring hostilitiee, and of .-se mint, and can prove it, that Van whigz ranks. No. Sorry welwould be
to understand the reply too. Ile felt
other temporay objects. ' '' (leen in his official capacity, has exer- to' be so noderblood; we only intend
himself constrained to laugh at his
Now all the previoun items haye been ted himself moreiand hoe laid a bettor them for such as they wilt fit. Hoping
blunder, bewilderd and lonely as be woo;
drawn from the Treaeury by acts De COS,' Rlaill to get rid of the absurd custom 01 that the light 6f truth may shine so
aed certainly the inconvenience as ea. .
grees, for the several uses and purpoS using urticlen manufactured in Great- bright as to enable those honest and
tailed upon him, however, greet would
Bee we have named; and Martin Van Milo, instead of manufacturing for our deceived men tosee the path of rectitude
not be so hutting as that. caused by the
Buren eland totally disconnected with selves; titan any other Prebident that has which eads to their own interest; as
blunder of an eccentria. clergyman in
them. They constitute no part , of his, preceded him. weil as the dark designs of their code
pay, or pay for public officers; and it In relation to this, we will now refer era, who misguided them; and may ...
ennease elr "said a poor bewildered
these be.deducted, there remains onl Jo hie Sub Treasury Bill only. Here they again return into their old ranks Jr '
Benedisk on a certain busy Whit Mona
about thirteen and one half millions foi -riu O'nd a provieo, that the revenue of genuine democracy, . and receive
day -0,,Please, sir, Tou'te marrying .
governmental expenses for the yeat sltull be paid in the Censteutional kind. the cheers and welcome of their old . . .
me to a wrong WOMall.,'
1639.. And this you see follow eitizetil. Now this measure operates princiPallY friendb, is our sincere wish I
I . I "Never mind," replied the minister., -
removes another ghoat without tbe aid 4aiiist British manufacturesimpor- . .
ou can settle that afterwer .
of enchantment. No one can help ace-ung merchants, and partially effects. the '' It Was then on moti n Resolved, That the Y . .
ing, that, did we charge the sums ex- filooeyed aristocracy of Great Britain proceedings or this meeting he signed by the ri
thing exceeds the mon
pended in paliting honest debts, nnd nut- our own Bank Swindlers, together with ell'airmen and secretary, and published in the 0- de t f th H k I The want -
s y o , e aw eye rt. s. y.
kino calculat;le improvements, to the ex the whole host of Counterhoppers, and hio Democrat and Dover Advertiser, Tho ca
0 be courted by daylight, Dor in tbe eve
travegance of the Ptesident, the most white livered gentletnen afall sorts. We tha Sentinel, and ouch other papers as are suffi ' ening unle a the candles are extinguiso
economical and industrious Preaidcet assert this to be the main cause of the mend it d I1 b r d I
y liberal n NV I ing,to e. nen t us meet ed.--Chicago Democrat. ; r, . ... ,. : ,
must always prove to be the moat use hue and cry against Von Buren. ing by admitting democratic prjnciples into their . And here in the Granite State Abe
travagant, as he would be apt to make Nye only ask nien to ,,divest them.
cotums, granting to truth a fair and impartial in girls never prhtend to waste . candles in . .'
the mostCvaluable improvements, end solioe - of pre-adopted . opinions; and I
buch business 'a Debby, (laid a certain
gamut. , , .
nd 'citadel! view this
pay the greatest amount of -debt. Bet truly, calmly, tt 0.- y ,
Resolved, that this meet adjourn sine die. . ''old lady, ' Debby, don't 'let me 'Catch
such is the way the Harrison leader& pubject, and if it does nut strike at the -..- JOIIN .STOY, President. , you burnin'eaudles Out "'sparking; tals .-
' attempt to dupe us into their meabureet root of the whole evil complained of tee 2 low ia scurse, and perhaps you mayn't ,
s - A. Savage, Sec. ,
ibut as great wibdom and diabonesty ars lating to improper speculatiens, then . , .
puha schoolmaster oftge all!' D41) Ye ' ,
I seldom found in the aame brain, their say we are mistaken. ' '. l'! - fil To the Ladies. - Sut,b of our friends as are dutifully obeyed her ma'am...N.11.km '.
1 trickier generally of easy detection, 't, if How it injureb 'British Manufactures. , , pr - a , . . 1 .. ,
, . . oisc,pm et 19ra. an naýe a taste tor cu tit a. ... 2 ,
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to be again elected to the highest office trickier gerierally of easy detection, t
in the Oda free people. , But se to,, boldly investigated without fear or favor
telly unfounded in truth ere these char- end to do this, we consider a duty each
Rao ue rum mew measures, to our own in the gin ot a tree people. Llut se to4 boldly investigated without fear or favor To ebow this, it is only necessary. - to 1 d: a , .
idol' loses and certain disappointment. tally unfounded iu truth arri these char- and to do thin, we consider a dut each recollect that the United States Revenue s'''ng "Lwests' "
1 plants 0 a s ,
' being uked whether a man on trial wu drunk
nv kind should be The Picayune states that a witness
ighy injurious to pour water , s
Patina 11530 unravel soma fib plots, gee, that the acts of Van Buren 'furnish f h b d Yf I ' "I II d b Wit I 11 d war' "'a' it lit b
reeman is in onor ouo to per ono, i 8 principai y co cote y, a to ca e
upon their leaves WilOn tilA inn shmes on them. or Iota reP 1 , ..
t ea mat -ie !Wig would say a mem
in court, s.
oor political opponeoto bon, contrived I not even s reasonable Catieß for suepi- who la a friood le bib country, and who' Tares - This i8 A tax lard)? each jos in this lopped the
y .7 should follow nature istriet
10 toielOad the 11011081r unnospecting, Jai Wool or shelter tot the foloohood,
vottld wish hio pooterity to remain frees toning Inerchant mud pe; Of 11001:1110,.. 11-.4 light his pill in the rinn , ' ,,- .- ,.
seldom rains when the sun shines. , , . , . , , . ,
, ,,,., was drunk for certain. except he NM him try tet ,
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RETORTI,-- rriend ." Franklin '2
said ErtialMits, s 'celebrated ':Quaker
lawyer, of,Plilladelphia one day, orybea
knows almost every ,11;ing; can thee tell
iutlio; I am to preserve my small hie;
in the back yard! 1: My neighbor Ire
often tapping it of nights." " Put a
barrel fold Madeira by the'aide alt.
replied the doctor; " let them but get a -
taste of tile. Madeira and engsgo
they will never troub'le thy email. beet ,
any' more' '
rtoneyun aristocracy or west Drum-- groceedings of tots meeting oe signeo oy me
Courrind.-i Nothing exceeds the mit,
Dor own Bank Swindlers, together with ell'airman and secretary, and published in the Oft desty of the Hawkey. girls. They wine ' - . '
the whole host of Counterhoppers, and hie Democrat and Dover Ad vertiser, Tit C
- -6 - a' be courted by daylight, Dor 'in the sea,
white livered gentletnen 001 sorts. We din Sentinel, and such other papers as are suffi- '
atsert this to be the main cause of the ening onleal the candles ere extinguis .
ctently liberal find willing,to be-friend this mcet
bue and cry against Van Buren.
ing by admitting democratic principles into their .ed.-- Chicago Democrat. r , . ' ' : '' , .
And here in the Granite Slats , the .
We only ask Men to ,,divest them. granting to truth a fair and impartial in
seliert -, of pre-adopted . opinions; and girls never prhtend to waste candles in . , :
vestigatien.' , ' : . tiuch business at Debby,'said a certain
truly, calmly, tind,Icandidly view Ibis
Resolved, that ibis meet adjourn sine die. , '.old lady, ' Debby, don't 'let me 'Catch :
oubject, and if it does nut strike' at the -, . , J01131 STOY, President. , you burnin't;andles nut a ' sparking; tal- .- ,
root of the whole evil complained of re.. . ..., , .,
A riavage, Sec. . : low ia acme, and perhaps you mayn't ,
lating to improper speculatiens, then getthe schoolmaster Ow alir D4byt 7 . ,...
say we are mistaken., ' ' . '! I To the Ladies. . Sut,b of our friends as are dutifully obeyed ber ma'am, .3Y1-1.4rgoto ,.,.
flow it injures 'British' Manufactures.
disciples of Finra.'and have I taste fi.r cultiva . .. ' , - - , ,-;,- t..
To ehow this, it is only ' necessary - to f;ner (Inrurra nr niante of any' kind. should be . Tile Picavune states that a witness in Four!, , , : ,
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g on them. or not, replied that "los never would say a mem -- '-' i
turf) pkiet. was drunk for certain. except he 1111W hint try to , - ;
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