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DOV S ARAWAS COUNT; (01110),SEPTEMBEII19,1E34(4.
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,. '4. : - , , -.;!, RALLYING SONG. ',.. "' " - F
' 1,5 ' Ain:.Allsee ihem on thew Wiarling,way.,'',..
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,', They comet they comet lo strong 'Amy. ,
,, 1, Around them shines 'Lope's brighening Oh
it And gathering Iket, the people's throng.: '
i: Immo. great conceals sweeps along. -,,?
If, - Bar mark the Brinell whigkiwd ed.., , r' :
"!") : 'r. illow loud theysigh, how tab they fall I , ,
:41,', , ,-I see thens with their muffled flags, - , , . '
:".; - Theis nodding pluines, and wornuul nags; :
:,,'' Tateigo,they go, aud Ms away, , . -11 ' , , '
N. , A. .
A .4 . 4 e phaeton's la the moining ray. ,
i: ', - ,- ' : , -.:- Tbey come, 4,e. ,
' ' ' ' ''' Betted the Banking System's slaves, -,,' - c
,, ' . Lilts wrecks upon the storm beat waves, --
w:! - ' Are sinking with wild dismay, ' .
,.; WAluthile,melidoodth: tinryd dour ktbueta. lit,o'rrnhoundthempleyi
' ," ; DEFEAT unveils her awful form.: ; -, ,..:-
,0 '" II heat hair wildly mut mering oriel, ,', : .:.,,.,
1, , ,. g beet obi TIPpir 3 motunffil sighs., .
I And blended 'with the people's cheers; ''.'--'"
lt , The varied chorus greets our earw, . "",
. .-.1 ' , , -- - ÿ, They come 4,14 ' ,'
' . Land Sharks and brokers.04eo them fly g' ,"
,JI And fredom's banners floating high, , : '-'1 .,,
,,,',' , ',", Borne onward by the true and Move, '- ,
: ,,,A - Above their fulling rank shall wave, .
1 f.,' The People all with loud 'minim. , , ,
' .74 " . Do loudly shout VAN BUREN'S flame, .: ,
i'ly , And hark I their pealing triumph noteei, " '-
"' Like music on the still air floats, : . , ,
v,. .' While Victory's Rill radiance lights ', ' .
' -'''-. : ',The valleys and the mountain's heights, - -
,, - ' , ' ' ,- , :.... They ootne, An. , , ,' ,
-3 .'" (N. 1r'. Nevi Er& , - : , , "',r .,' t .- : -
- ,t ' 'DEPAGCRATS PREPARE FOR: BATTLE.
0 - sf,, Are Totten otganizid and officered lb r the bat"
4 : , - de I If not, make yourselves so tbrffiwith. ' If
, , , yes, then novi is the time to CHARGE in line 1
, ,o, lb' upon yrmr suety. Let it be hags alter charge,
' -'1 )u Loin! phalanx, until your toward and &hon.
r,'..1. 'eat rot loavespe ballot hos in route and dim's
' '',- ', Chalgahome upon them their sins of rimis
.1,,,. Dion ertd commismion, deep, black and countleu
' 4 r 'as they are, :' : , - - .. , -, .,
'',.i -t ' Charge home upon them their attempt! to anis
e''' it lead . and deceive an honest and free people by
kw, sulAtituting disgusting shows and drunken ear
, PA!, ousels thr a plain and frank declaration of their
a promo '
I - Cheep home upon them their inoults to the
: . poor . and honest laborer by having ruffled end
''- . gloveð dandies hauling hencoops through the
streets in order to deride end laugh et the Geri
.r centre', of the humble residence of the hardy
t demotrat. , - .. , , .
i .6. - . Charge home upon them their covert Mut
1,,,, ' thievish ,attempt to take the peoples taxes, and
, , put them irk banks for the rich fayoritei of those
, ;,,,, , institutions to speculate upon that "Ilse rich may
II ,,,, grow neher" upon the earnings of the poor.
r ,! . - Chug, home upon them their illconcealed de
, termination to ,fdateu upon the country another
: I National' Bank, to wept the officers of Gov.
I .' . eminent and overthrow the public liberty.
' dir' c largo home upon their presidential chndidate
'' 1 --hie Rio
w ---,,d, -,- ;mu ii tellisals to give the people his prin
Lt., ',1 dopi.td. ' . . .
, w, ,,, Charge home opi;n him I'M anaient federd
, w '.,- isle?... hi having worn the blaokcockade in the
- :, "coign of terror" and his support of the corrupt
I , coalition of Adams and Clay in 18424 by which
, , From the Ohio Statesman. :
Gess?, TLIAL OP FEDERALISM, Ar THE
rata. TIMM A. Do 1840., BOFORS JUDOZO
, . HONESTY' ill)) PATSIOTIIMI
110 furore-;The Independent voters
t4 - of the U. States.-
The prisoner wee arraigned end put
in a plea of 'not guilty,' on the following
indictment: , ,
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' The Orand :Jurors for , the United
Status' upon their oath, present that Fed
eraliem, alias Britieb Whiggety of- the
U. St on the 22d day of Feb. now last
paitial Harrisburg,- in the :Common.
wealth of Feimaylvania, bad in hie cue
tody and possession a certain false, for
ged and counterfeit log cabin, , purpor.
ling to be Made. end used by the real log
cabin boys, which said false, forged &
counterfeit log cabin ii of the following
dimenvions; 20 feet long, 15 feet wide,
ten feet high, puncheon floor, epht shin.
gle roof, buckeye logs, and that be. the
aaid Federalism,alles British Wbiggery
the aforesaid false, forged, and counter.
feit log cabin did then and there attempt
to pass, utter and publish at true and
genuine,:with intent, the real log rabin
boy to injure end defraud, the said Fed
ISM Ull ISSUIJ MU 19.104 ogsvailnytm
men are entitled to vote as well as rich
men, and are supposed to be as well
qualified. , Our land ib the home of the
free, the issylum of the oppressed. and
all who, like our forefathers; fly (rem
the iroo yoke of Kipp, and tyrants
throughout the world, are welcome to
our shores--naturalized ro eignere,
therefore have a right to t,ote.
Gen. Harrison took a bill of excel
lions to the opinion of the judge. stating
that he would carry the question up to
the British House of Lords and have
',coalmen ot Al
ems Any um wels mugs
the decision reversed.
Aeorew Jackson was cheated out of the Prost
q1 Be-,,-;d rii. saying io the &nth he is in favor of
i, -t elavery and his saying, at the eame time, to the
'1 1 Nath that!lhe pined an abolition axiety st the
, ;. age el 18 and has faithfully performed "the ob
. ,,. 4 ligations he then came under." , - I
,to- '. . Cherge home upon hinigsis dishonest and un
'i .f'' grateful 'memo to rob Johnson, Croglian and
' 0- others of tho glory and the laurels they won by
PI- , their blood and valor.
, Charge home upint him his having resigned
.' s- his commission and laid cipavn his woad in the
.'. ' Very midst of the was and his having it suffer.
11 I isig and snioking frontier to defend itself'. - ,
-i., Charge home upon him hie white-slavery end
ll . whipping and property qualification laws 1it
,,c - Ohio and Indiana. ' , : '' , . '
r These things they cannot explain and dare not
't, lt,3-, Charge home upon their land speculating and
',', ; lawyer candidate for Governor- of Ohio, Tho
r , vnas,Corwin, his auempt in the Ohio Legislature
' , iu 18t2,1823, to give negroee the right of suf- ,
..,;, '' trege and of giving evidence against vihite Men 1
7 " in our courts and in a word, to elevate them to '
04,,,,, , the dignity and. priviligei of freemen.' 1 ' .
- ''S. Charge home upon him his untiring and teat
', ' less opposition to Andrew Jackson's adminis
t; , Aration during all the time he was in Congress. ,
, IF .
e li, -- Charge home upon Corwin his having hem
I. bank mini man or 1834 and a deposite panic
i'i. , slim of 1734.
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Charge home upon hint hie new leing the at
, 14, . tornoy candidate of the corrupt Ohio bank tot
' t' ',''' '' ..' '' ' ''' ' I ANQ THEN : - .-.... - - - -
1 i'' charge home upon them, oneand all, the whole
d ,, ) mice of banker. brokers, blackcoate and black.
. :' . lute, litwyers, loafers, and loungers, doctors,.
-. de town and donkeys, inIchents, bank specula.
.i,i, tors. swindlers and Swartwouters. that the cur.;
,:' ii rt ilsction which they &wit) with the name
, ' ' es' whigs is but a cottinnation ()fall those drone"
, ir irt the lavethese taper-fingilr upstarts ' who'
f''. 'five and fatten upon the plunder of industry, to
4 .41 -put down the farmer. mechanio and laborer and
,, , She honest adutiniatration they laaveput in.pow.
tt Look 'around von democrats. and ask your
, !. , solve' if this is not a contest of the country a.
,- gainst the citimi, towns and villages, a contest
I. . 'between . property and men--between moneY
; -and principlebetween the dishonest rich and
0, 'the honest poor. .11T IS, end therefore -
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. ,, Charge this home upon the "puritan -and
, . klackleg" faction who would amuse you with
' pnlonia whilst they filohed from you your liker.
.r 'ties and hardearned property, br gag and reg.'s.
lt-: ,, - f ary and slavery and whipping laws and mindfil;'-"'
, ling Winks and rag-money manufactories...4dt.
1 - - , -, ,VefOnt Panner.,' ..; - ,, - : - ., , , ,- .-r 4.
' - , A - , '..;. Cid. Billiton thus'appropristelY deacirbes the
3 i - 4sourt , or the approaching . Presidential cetn.
. "This is the softie or parties now estatmg it
i: - -' MAE net it vs literally and truly a gneetton Imo
6,,,.i;,.,,,- ,,. laves" people and property 1 between man on
, , - one Wei and money en the other I. between the
.. ',' dency end the peipla out of their rights. ' I be Jury was sworn, Whoa the follow
1 Charge home uponthe putty hintrigoer aiNottlif f ill
1 ',Remotes were sworn . ,.. .
, Bend- his sayinato.the South a is to favor .0 Plain Truth. 1 saw the log calk
. ,e!- slavery and Ina saying, at the tome time, to the . u
li tit by ruffle shirt dandies, bank lats..
r 1 Mirth that 1.the pined an abolition sJciety at the
ts $. age of 18 and has faithfully performed "the ott. yere,bank directore end officete,' arid by
,,' ' ligutions he then came under." ' , - purse proud - aristocreis,. who all thi
:' ',' . Charge home upon hinsaais dishonest and uns iv hile, talked of the ignorance of the peo
. grateful ettempt to rob Johnson, Croghan and ..1, at it wee necessorr to ;address
. Aden of tho glory and the laurels they won by 1-'.'v '"
v ' . - . their prejudice,and to impose npen them
L ;,, their blood and valor.
Charge home upfni him his having resigned by Counter feitlogcabine, , coon. skies,
, v hie commission and laid devu his itowrd in the canoe's, bannero, telling balls, - vulgar
' . , very midst of the was and his having it suffers songs and mottoes. '.'. ..' ". , -' '
isig and smoking frontier to defend itself'. --, ;,,
I r .S.imple 11.anesit,-1 attended a private 1
, Charge home upon him his white-slavery end
. whipping and property qualification laws in whig meeting of.members of Coogress ,
obi and Indiana, - ' , , : '' .- , - ' ' : 6 heft time ego, in Worthington City,
. These things they cannot explain and dare not where I hoped to do something for the
good of the country; ' but I met there
5t4-,,- Charge home upon their land speculating and
Ogle Wise, Graves, Garland, Corwin'
1,,,' . lawyer candidate for Governor- of Ohio, 'rho.
r , vites,Corwin, his aUempt in the Qin Legislature end miter., all of whom laughed at the
, lul8t2,1823, to give negroes the right of suf. log cabins, and said it weethe only war
g.; '' frogs and of giving evidence against white men the ignorant people could be managed,
'Ir - in our courts and in a word, to elevate diem to
that a, log cabin, a coon sli in,' ' tt vulgar
4,,' the dignity and. priviligea of freemen.: 1. ,
4'.; ' Charge home upon him his untiring and teck song would do more , with them than
:,,' less oppositiati to Andrew Jackson's adminia- good reasoning and sound Fenn,. It
A '' dration during all the time he was inCongress. one there agreed, that Gerland'i amend
1:' .- Charge home upon Corwin his having been ment to the Census, how to take list
,,, : ,. bank penie Man or 1832 and a deposite panic of horseo, cowe,'poultry acc. and which '
ri, , Man of I734. , , ,, , , . , . ,
, Cltarge home upon hint bin now leing the at wag, voted for by ell the whip in tient.
iii, . .. tomey candidate of the corrupt Ohio bank for grearçohould be made a great bug a boo
Governer. - ' - -- , - .., .;- -- . to scare the ignorant people, - eud that
I ,'''' '''''' '''' ' 1 - A" THEN '.- ' ' : ' - they would believe it was all for the pur
1 1, charge bottle upon themeneand all, the whole .: . .,. , n Buren
-pone of taxationtnet ivy ,v a
0 , ) vice of bankers. brokers,. blackcoata and blacks
:' . - lets, timers, loafers, arid loungers, doctors,' should be represented' to be in favor of
' . de town and donkeys, merchants, back specula a standing army, because Polositt ree.
,,, te!,,, swindlers and Swartwoutere. that the cort: omtnended a bili much better than one
,:. 0 ,,1 ilietion which they dignit), with the name
Geri.' Harrison' recomMended whin in
. ',, ' ' oi whip is but a coditnnation of all those drones
I in the hivethese taper-finger upstarts ' who' the U S. &mete; Me Van Titirin bev,
lYl. 'five and fatten upon the plunder of industry, to hieing that both Poinsett's end Barri.
.-I 'put down the farmer. mechanic, and laborer and eon's. bill pre contrary to the : Constim.
,i , . the honest adutiniatration they have.put in.pows tin orate Els B.' The peeple they said
were fools enough to' bel ovs ell ' this.
tt Look 'Around you democrats. and ask your.
t . , selvea if this is not a 'contest of the country as It was then agreed that Ogle should get
. - : gainst the skim, tOSOTIO and villages, a contest up a lying speech about the furniture of
. .: -between .eroperix- and men-4etween moneY the President's Uonee, and that the peo
i -and principlebetween the dishonest rich and
ple were too ignorant to know that the
' !Me honest poor. . IT IS, and therefore, -. ;
,' ,.' Charge this hame niacin the "puritan 'and . President did not own one cent's worth
,., tilickleall faction who would amuse you with 'of the (mature, but distil all !belonged
OloWil whilst they Molted from you your tiller. to the people, woo all voted for ':by the
,, 'her and hardmarned property, by gag and regia. !big members 'of Congress from timé to
'! , f air and slavery and whipping laws and min&
time, and that ell i he' other : Presidents,
0 N'. : ling Winks and rag-money manufactories...41h
, '' , , ', 'tremor Pinner,: ..;- - ' ,,....-.. : - ., ..,' '.' -r.. from Adamo the elder, down, used the
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, '8-- ; . 1 ' "-----'----r----. 1' '' -- : -' '' furoiture.' . , - ... -: , , , . - - ; ; , .
- 1 - ' ",. Col lidnton thincappropriatelY descirbes the , ,..A teal log calli.n't.oy,--.. Thia in' not a
-" ' ' ' ;,ivvort of the approaching . Presidential cams
! i , , ,-,1,sioh-, .:, ,,, . , , , . . r . . , ' . . tenuine log cabinit !tvas counterfeit.
. -"This fs thestatie Or parties now ettatmg e- wart born and brought tip in &log cab..
:. ,', '' mAl me it te literally and truly a imeetion lies iti.. .-, Tbia ,,,as built - by. dandiew that
,.-,:. 1ww,.1,044, sod ProllerlY I ; Imr".0 inan ?II were biro tv" Oh silver, spoons.' la- their
'.4 , sme sum, and money On the tuner inetween toe : s
mouthe, het turn up loam nOisii , it reel
,q ,, ' ,loisiiieenca and virtue or Itiorto whom tIod
i'.., . - , ; gave the. dominion of the world,' and the dead ,- log Coking, that would as-soot) sleep. in
4 ,,,-. weight of the purse ' of him' mho ha loaded"a bog pen 'as a real Jolt cabin. '' , , .
i 0 ; e himself with tho.plunder, of :industry."-,,- -...1 -'-'': Wben the evidenie was haaid ' "Mr
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raw SUUM I V, VI,
4 4 , .
- V Buren a counsel tor the peopie,and
4 , t - BLUARKAISLE. , Tan ladle' are satil to - E P
- ' ties rode in a mega epoch a "hod time mime, , Ilia last log
- In biamachuNattsand among them ali there waa.
. ' t, ilot a single diva. , We traised the Green
' . Stountaias tha ether day with Aga ',tom and cabin boy. made e Vowerful
end eloquent speecho: ile said he was
tbe eon of a poor man,born in n log- cob..
o r on iiinn poverty, and that he' had
, thoe nursing rhildrap, ant( oni; two or them 1 2 . t t d
,-4 ' 04 all da ICT,07 Maiks ; ,, - - ,, : ',vet Weep the poor Mae e nen 1 , and
that now wben be lieW an attempt to bee and whipping poor men, ivory Saturday' .- HARRISON versus HARRISON. ; ately have his name ,, t ...re, il , . .
pose upon the 'people, 'by log cabinseind night IP- toeid aloud the Oswego letter, tr , .
capitals, and tbe .,r,,.: ,, i , , , , , ' L .,
to teke tbeir libertioa by a eel or British ,atid to reed at the top , of their voices menet tho enemy es
Gen; Hardtop had made . batik:se
fi enmity and'. of- tim-di maxielYt Prete ' -- ' ,
Banker, and- English stook holders-sett "no furthoir publication for the - lir '----' - - -----6 -- e - - ' , - e e .
pu is rootuall e. he es epee,' hie own el eonginal , acksonmao.
Bank lawyers and directors, be believe, eye' to reed- every night before going to - Y d d el t. e, b mi bi t; te. , to regard thee, 'ilyortie re, .
ed it his dirty to stand forth to deletes') bed Ileraeon's law in favor fa ',seine tnionseni . 0 I olitobes9d
o ter offeil r I tailmmanic -' intioulice,, e.,' , . e'
of the poor manhe loved the poor nice ding Army, Ind to read every dat at 12 Dr in a athrn ea it c srac 1 d. .
era' vices '' b h '
e ors at I a o ow. lat con re renege mon e ring ern in t, ,;' '
.-he would Wend by him as be. did la o'clock ens of hie letters for tbe N th
Of of himself, e. --e - e -,e, ,...,, ,,e. e- - . , ,. with their cause., , Butes wee't en; t -, e e ,7 -
the late war, and as he did , during:. the in which he says, 11 am anAbolitionist, - ' ' '' d "
Ls eeropmcALorteloria, , -evict) le too ehallowe''Ney r, i 4: :, I ,' -
ILI! Beek contest,when be might bevy but don't pliblieb"and another ' for the N. Avw,A ' '-'' the reat "ort int, Isekeoli '' ''' .'
' Ciacinall;1821,' e - , :- . I Mtn r- 11.o ,77
got a bribe of hundreds of thousands. South, in which he 'Broil am ' bot an ,,', r er'' '-' nee.: they 'sect; !ILI been etiitwtd t;' l' '1 - -, ::":
lo this hour 441)061 his: would .dertiod, ebolitionist ,but don't publish,' one letter 1-tr'' Is Ycsur Iser "Per' Ysu ree-:- - ' good envoi et 'Democracy end t:Otits ' :1 --.':: ; ''
the people from the traudireehe imposie le Virgini4 in' which he sem el 'am mended to the candidates at the ensuing
rights.Wikeibarre I' ' J ' ' ' ''' '' ''
' arrner & ournul. . ; ; -,
election to publish their political creeds, , . , : .
lion and bee of Federalism; that it is an not in favet of a United State Bank,but , -
that the elector. may bees' a fair opporel
hoar of danger to human libeðy, that the dos publioh,'and another letter to Mee I REMEMBER THISDvir Parmem.. r'''''
'unity of choosing those whose goalie
gold ofEngland and America Is 'combi. eachusettotin whirl he 1118,41 sin ill! , ler, a Democratic mcmhPr of Coverese' ' .!''
moots best sceord wile their oive. ' t
nod le prostrate the great stracture,that favet'of a Ireited States Bank, but dont ' from Maesschimette,e,teed in a ereech ., ' '',-:-' '
ot 8 have ever believed dist every elector hag
was reared by.the blood and treasure of publish,' folead every '', morning' upon the fioor of the Howse of Repro. : - ' '' ',
a right le make this call upon therms who .
our fathers in the .- revolutionthat , the o'cletk Cieghtteit - letteree-and every sentativesOhat'every member of the - 'i' .- '
struggle between theelemocrate who ve . night st 12 o'clock; to get up et the ring I offer their service te the , peeptesode
Hereford 'Convemion ''' l'who is iole-- ''' '''' '' '''-'
that the Ceeðitisitel.,arte. hound : to We
ted for M r Jefferson, and the ,Federal. log of thó bell rind sing to', - the -' tune of' alive,'" beTeree re the 7,-t!et miscalled . 7 ...,,,;',:' '
ists who voted for John Adams, was not tette -Reines. March,' ,' Ind , end,-ithe SWer it, ...... - ,, ,,,17,a11,:',11.1111,,i,,PI!,(T:1,61Whig party, titit;Cr bstotAg.1 of i;e auniefee,' ''' : '
so dangerous as thilebecause many hen- Lyres Return,' Ogle's Speecleend that . ''s ,f e.-,l re; ...- -.telle ,,, ' , e .. !I otie llamas Po , He called upon mcmhere --;- ''', e-'
est moo were now deceived by the lies each Federalist shalt ' count' over; at ''' '''' el -' ' 'r' l"1411111'11" ,--' ' - , from the New -Enghad Stateó to core''ee.' '. ' :.'
'gibe bias; that all was safe if the port least once a mentlein cents, hi amount "I will now fellow citizens, give you vect if be were' wrong in 'this- deetere. e',,e,!-- '
ple had light, thet the big leaders cans which th British Bank boo expended , my reasons for having refused to i
11-'s sien'' e- A ti ' remilined :silemaor erre'. :,,'-'..''.-!,'; .
not misleað the honest men ef their par. in brible0 members of Congress, hey-. pledges and opinion!' more fteely than I A A
wittew tO A dilOp'111 ' thiesseertion.e ill hive' !',.: -
ty, of they tell them the truthhe . said ing op Freese, and printing and circa
I base done, since my nomination to elle then, we ask are no maintaining Fed. ':,'''..,e.'-. e,
be was a reel log cabin boy himself,that i lating bele', 'Old Federalism was feri Presidency; 'It is true that-it il my 0e . erat ' 'erieeiplestWhiete., party fees 'eeee. ,
he loved them, had lived for them, bad ' ther sentenOed to' endure without inter. pinion that oó pledges should , be made shoulder to shoulder with,. the Ilartfold ',!'e.:'.e? '
struggled for them, end if they -.should ' mission the bellpichhe and . to drink' bY so...individual when in nominetinel Conventionioret Vally Stae;' - '''. '' -'-'!,' i z'' : ,-
'desert hies be still would fight 'for them, t hard ciderr aod to have all its teeth pul for any office in the gift- of the people. -, , e , . . .
sod that thetime would come,that they ' led out, e'er te chew parched tore.' 'And why I - Once eitept it, and the bat. 'DAMN IOW IF I HAD -KNOWN -2- .. -
weuld fiud out as their fathers had done .,' ' ' ' ' tle-will oe longer be to the strong,' 'bet YOUR. POLITICS,. VOU SHOULD ',';'2',- ' .''' '
1 that the Fedetaliete bitted them; would ' -, ' ye:ELECTIONS. ''.' -!' :e to hini whois prepereel to tell the great. N EY ER HAVE WORKED eon ME! '.'-'!'', ''
rou them rif their right, and make them' The ;Whigs continue to trag and !est number of hes. .-, - .-.., '-e &lett wee The loud ' acciamatione'of a ''', - , ..
slaves; that then when be heard their beastThey eiy, they will carry New ,' : ,el- . el . -'.- .e.-.Wto.H. Harrison. Federaliet alew,days ago, in the eireeteee, .. .'
oriei if be were bowed down to the , York, ' Pennsylvania, toren Virgiois, , e ' '..!,--- le- .. ..,',.. 'e- - -.'' "- ,-.- of Auguets, te a , laborieg , Democrat! et r.' --- : -
brink' of the graviehe would rush to their Sze., Ike. ' There 'will certainly be -- ' ore AISOLMONISK:- -:.,' - ..- - That etcemotion' elðiketreere'rerde and e ee e
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rescue. end if he bad but one dollar in . some tremendous disapointment on one '. -': 0.7".611Ndergone no change, : - if the insolence attic' office .,.seetterele ,,,e,,e,e
hie pockete he would devote it to ,their side or the otherFor our own parts, , '! , For the North.- ,;:. e ,, ' Journil dares deny , it, we : will bring It . e: :
cause, and that be weuld spill ' his last : we feel Confident of carrying. P
- oontql- ' 411 am accused of being liliendly.. to home, and pin if where:it beloneat, je .- .. -. .
drop of blood for their liberties. ' , - I 'sots, (a lettisr from Harrisburgh, of SLAVERY. FrOIL my earliest, youth the name al God! is this ' liberty! - Aro': '.1-"e-::',
. Ile pronounced tbe log cabin a - base the 2etb, says by at team 415,0000 We to the present momeot I have been -the Democrare lo be - HUNTED DOWM.-1..' e",
forgery, and urged the people to arouse 'shall carry Virginia by a triumphant ardent friend of human liberty, ' At the STAR VED OUT. and ', DRAGOON. e - e . e',
themeelves and pot down a party teat moioti9í. ' The Whigs , ate : engin g early spar 18, I became a member 01' ED, by the hirelingsof thee, rioter...roe '::..e,'..e, .
insults them. with such base impoeitione ground iu this mate every 'day: end we an abolition societe,- established . at ryl ' le this ruthless 'spirit- 'of,' oppree- e; ..' ,':---
and who declare that the people are not confidently. thiok their fate is sealed at Richmond. e -,- ',----- - ,-' - '. ., ' mon and tyrany to! he', eutfemid . in 'thin , e.. - '
fit to elect a President, only when drunk least in- this good Old Stole. We shall - Should I he asked if there is nowat free couittry ,,, Dams you 0 1 And known :, s', ,
on hard eider, sod when singing bulgar in all lumen. probability carry all the by which tee General 60,ernment cum your polities On never sholdd have tolik-'. ' ,i
gongs, sod building counterfeit log cab- South, iscept perhaps, North Carolina aid the cause of emancipation, 1 answer ed for m4" ' le this epiiir te he tilleta : , ' .
and Lohisiena. -I' We received a letter that it has long been en object Gear:. my load' for a moment by the -ions 'of- 17. '. ' ,
Gen. "Jamison follow' ed. He said be yesterday from Mississippi, which ase heart, to see the whole of its ourplui rev '167 Augusts :(Me ) Age; ,e.',! ,,,l'e,e.--e. ' ..e.
believed there was DO harm in building sures tie of th,e vote of that state bye s clues appropriated to' that ohjeet. - ' ' ' '
' '- FEDERAteePRINCIPLEd..-sit '', ,
log cabins, that if the People would not majority or st least 3,000. Our friends ' Wm.' H. Harrison. .
is a part of wisdom to found govetemeot ,
listen to the arguments of the Federal- len Neer York ate not only rodent. .eice . , , e., , , ., ,
"Detrital W cbstrr ' --' ' '- . '' ' '
ions. it was right to address their vulear live. maid (more than thee have over . Foe the South. - , - ' e - 1'D
genume,-wits intent, me teat tog rabin I and that thetime would come,that 'they ' led out, ied to .chew parched vere.-,, . And why ! , Once atopt it, aed the bat.
boy to injure and defraud, the said Fed! would fiud out se their fathers had done .: .' .: tle-will no !critter be to the strong,' :hitt
eralism, alias British', Whiggery,--. their 1 that the Feder' liete bated them would ., . ' ,' ELECTIONS. .-':' . .' :- to him who-te prepared to tell the great.
and there well knowing the aforesaid log I rob tbem of their righirg, and make them' The ;Whigs continue to Ireg and est.number of hes. .... . . -.. - -,. '
cabin to be falee,forged and counterfeit, slaves; that then when be heard their , b3aetThey eiy, they will carry New ,' ; ',"..; - ' ''.- '''.,,,W, imp. Harrison.
against tbe peace of these U, Stateri, & (nisi if he were bowed down to the , York, '. Pennsylvania, even Yirgioia, ' ::' ' ..--- '',''' ,-- .''.. -'-i '''. ", '- -':
contrary to . the power of ,the Statute in brink' of the grave,he would rush to their Sm., Sze. '' There 'will certainly be .. '. ow AISOLMONISK.' -, ,' 1, .
litiC11 Ceel Made and provided, . .' - rescue. end if he bad but one dollar in some tremendous disepointment on one . ,.:' 0:7".611Ndergone no change , -
. - . , , , , -----, PTO& Atey. his poeketir he would devote it to -their side or the otherFor our own parts, . ' , ,' 'For the North,,-...,,:: ,; .,
, The prisoner, through ' his counsel, cause, and that he would spill his last : we fed confident of carrying. Penney!. 4,1.em accused of being 'iliendIT. to
Wm H. Harrison, Esq., challenged ma. drop of blood for their liberties. - - 1-vaoia, (a letter from Harrtaburgh, of SLAVERY. Fr0111. my earliest, youth
ny of the jurors for -cause, ' viztthat , ij9 pronounced tits log cabin a . base the 291b, says by at least 415,0000 We to the present momeot I have been faits
the) were& poor men, twi ne lands were forgery and urged the plapla to arouse Isbell carry Virginia by a triumphant ardent friend of human liberty, ,, At the
not worth $1000 each, and that many of themselves and put down a party that majori9í. ' The Wiiige , ere :, wain g early ego of 18, I became a member ol
them were naturalized foreigners,- ,. insults them. with such base impoeitions ground iii this state every 'day: and we an abolition societ),--. eetabhehed al
,: Judge Patriotism said: Oae of the and who declare that the people are not confident', thiuk their fete is sealed at Richmond. - -,- --..--- - ; .' , ..
fundamental principles of Demoerdch s fit to elect a President, onitt when drunk least in- this good Old Stele.. We shall Should I be asked if there le nO.wat
that ell men are equal, therefore . poor on' bard eider. sod when einem bulear in all humeri,- erobabilitv ewe all the hv 'which ilk General Government cor
themeelves and pot down a party that
;intuits them. with such base impoeitiona
and who declare that the people are not
fit to elect a President, only when drunk
on-hard cider, sod when singing kulgar
gongs, sod building counterfeit log cab
Gen. Ilierrison follow' ed. He said he '
believed ibere was no harm 'in building
log cabins, that if the People would not
listen to the arguments of the Federal
ists, it was right to address their vulgar
prejudices., That many, an ignorant
countrymen or laborer that could not
'read a pooch in favor of the' .Federal
party, as soon as you eing him a' 'Haut.
son song, givs him a drink of bard ci
der, and show him a counterfeit log eah
in lui.would bocome a Federalist at once
and shout for Harrison.' '
Gem Hamilton, old John Adarns .and
all the leading Federalists believed,thet
the People. were not fit for WU govern
mestthat they MUM be ruled and lash.
ed and forced into measuresthat the
lower class of men should be soid out
for fines, if they commence an ' emelt
sod blitiery or made a bet, or bet at , a
shooting match, or riffled for a cent and
Gould notpay the fine, and if sold to 8
waget and then would run away from
theyehould be broteght back and
receive thirty nine !ashen. , .
The people bad always gone against
the Federalists, and now if the Federai.
iets would get the power over them by
log cabin', lies and freud, it, would ell
be right. .'That his committee of keep
ers bad shut up his mouth long enough
and he would now any, that he , was a
Federalist in the days 'fold John Ad
time. wail in favor o( the Alien sod Se.
dition Laws, and wore a black cockade.
That his keepers were -all Federalistn,
and were afraid that hie sentiments and
theirs wolf& become known. He maid
as to the Battle of the Thames,lielound
'The People would -Ilia. believe that , he
was in it, and as to Tippecanoe, be did'
just se the Indiana told him,' and thua
had ISO of his men messacreed, and
not a dead Indian left to till who did 11.
When the arguments were concluded.
Judge Patriotism thus 'said to the Jury' !
Gentlewera.:s Yon are bound by your
holemo oaths to try fairly the Defendant,
whois erreyod on the high charge. of at
tempting to pate off a counterfeit log
cabin. The real log cabin, ,boye and
the People of theliotted States are deep
ly intereetid in We trial.. if this De
' fondant should lie guilty, and T escape,
much injury will be dont- to tbe poor
man. 'He will be celled ignorant, easi
ly gulled, unfit for self government, fit
to be suledly Kings and , Princes and
Nobietc. lie will bo considered , fit to
be misled by the show, and silken ban,
Der and gold. lace and empty. mummery
that is !snorted to by-the Noble. and
Princes ot Europe, to Ohm , sight
of the muhitodo when they are --robbing
them. of their rights and their bard earn
The 'Jury did not le'eve the ; box, but
roturoed a yer-dict ago" -
....Whereupon the Coutt sentenced the
Defendanti- old Federaliam atiasHritiab
be-rowed up Sat River,' 16.. 'York Aheir
pasiage,lo'.drink herd Sider,' sing Hat!,
riaon songs,'.to live witg gen.' Hamilton
old jiihn-Adame;-and other ot the' this
lights, to read the- Alien and Sedition
Levi evety mottling', and e yiry night
ta road aloud Paulson's lew fot selling
majority. The Whigs are wain g
ground this stet every 'day: and we
confidently. thiok their fate is sealed at
least in- this good Old Stele.. We shall
in all human,- probability carry all the
South, escept perhaps, North Carolina
and Pinisiana. - We received a letter
yeaterdiiy from Mississippi,' which as.
sures us of th,e vote of that state by.: s
majority or st least 3,000.. Our friends
Nevu York ere not only at dent. :ac
five, unoZid (more than they have ever I
been,).1,14- - in the finest , spiriteAnd
ithe has a letter fromTroy, of
Ault. ql5r7,;,which &aye, among other
ores ' spasm 'of electioneering in
thie State by the Opposition is their old
game of bragland it is nothing but brag
from morniog till night. I heard Sen.
tor Tslimadge, the other day; brag
that NewYerk would go for - Harrison
by 2,000 maority, and, almoat in
same breath, when talking privately
with a friend who invited him to go
out andiitake the stump this 1'104-said,
"I wouldif dared to leave ,the State ot
Now York."rbere is his opinion then,
mewYork is ooubitut and must be goa
ded with hip and spr What will the
honest farmer of New York think when,
in the opinion of their great' Conserve.
nit champion they must be whipped and
spurred" like dumb beasts, or a ,"swi.
, nieb multidude," to be kept in Ihe Fed.
eral defie New York is too large
horse for Nat to ride," and in my opi.
nion "elle won't bear the Federal rule,
and -.her profligate appropriations to
grow "email potatoes," much ' longer
She will beyea, the, Empire ,State
MUST BE REDEEMED ,next No
vember. The Democracy of ',New
York aro awake, and full of hope.";,,...-,
Raliegh Standard breathes a fine
spirit- for N. Carolina. 7 It Italie.. ps
v.IDov't give vp, the Air! ..; ; ,.
oWe would say to our ,'Detriocratie
friends throughout the., State , end. -..the
Unionbe 'of good , heart; take Our
word for it, Kilts Democratic Repub.
heart of N Carolina' 'will Op.:their': duty
and turn Odt in november, the, State ifi
still:safe for those 'pure land patriotic
Republicans Martin Van ' Bu.nin,,gted
Richard - M. , -.,
- THE." KEYSTON E7: STATE ,
A WAKEI--, The Democracy , of the '
Keystone" is every where in motion.
barge and enthusiaatic meeting. than
heen held in almost every section of
the State, and where this has.. not al
ready been the case, they are adverti-,
led. and wilt shortly take place... In a
number of counties the Democrat. haie
also nominated their tickets, and BIS
moving forward in solid, unbroken
phalanx. i-.Our friends:abroad Mity teat
assured, that the- Democracy, of Pen
Omit' will do the work hendsomely
this fall, -.At the,. annual election , they
will carry at lenet 19 of the 28 members.
of Congress and maintain their ascen--
dency in both branches of the Legisla
lure. .The Presidential election will
crown their triumph by a malority
opwerds orIVENTY ' THOUSAND
forVan Boren , and Jobsnonwhich
weshall consider 'linty enough for tone
year.'!. Aluch is the proopect in :Penn.-
sylvenia. ',What say our, friend..1 Will
this be eufficieru);-. Htirrioburg Atagi
Be the same thiog thst ye wed he te'd
' AISOLMONISK:- ,
07! Undergone no change.' ,
, For the North,- ..:
'lam accused of being liiendly.. to
SLAVERY. FrOIL my earliest, youth.
to the present momeot have been :the
ardent friend of human liberty, At the
early goof 18, I became a member .of
an abolition societyi established . at
Should I be asked if there is OO,Witt
by 'which the General Government ean
aid the cause of emancipation. I answer
that Rhea long been an object Gear:. my
heart, to SOO the whole ofits eurplui Ireit
suttee appropriated to thet objeet. ;
. ' Wm.' H. Harrison.
' Tor the South.
',They tbd confidential 'committee)
have treated with elm and contempt
the ebarge of my being an 'Abolitionist,
end truly assett that I have done end
suffered more in support of southern
rights, then any other person north or
.11ation & DiX00211 .
"I do not believe that Congress car
abolish slavery in the States, or in , any
manner interfere ith Abe property. of
the citizens in their slaves. I do not
believe that Congress can abolish sla
very In the district of Columbia. without
the consent of Virginia and Maryland,
'DOW) people of the Dietritst.:: -
WM. H. Harrienn.'
ON TH TARIFF.
"I believe that not one of the , evils
which were predicted from the tariff
have happened; and that not one of the
advantages which were promised from it
have been realized; and nothing but the
folly of abandoning it, can bring us
flack to the hard times, thro' which we
have pease& , Wm. H Harrison.
" "It ma-y ',keel whether, under
any citcumetanspe. I would be willing
to abandon the tariff. I answer, with
out any hesitation, in the affirmative.
"I have been a werm'sdvocate of the
protective eystem, and .still believe in
the benefits it hes conferred upon .2' the
country; but I , would mot disturb the
compromise bill. , , . 1
, War H. Harrison.:
f ON A UNITED STATES SANE. ,
, "The queston then for tie to answer
iy, whether under - the circumstances
you etate, if elected to the office of Pres
ittent, I would sign an act to charter :a
nother bank... I answer, J would' if it
were elearly ascertained that the pub.
tic interest in relation to the collection
and disbursement; of the revenue would
suffer without one, end there were une
quivocal manifestations of public opine
ton in its favor. ' " ,' .
, -,Wm. H. Harrison.
: , - , ,
"I believe that the enter given to
the Bank of the United States was on.
conatitutionat-oit being not one of those
measures neceseary to carry env of the
expressly granted powers into effect.
-WM. 11. Harrison. i
"Labovie a commodi-ty;, boughs! end
sold like merchendise tu the math...
et."--Johot ' :
"May our country be turrad.,,Witiv.,1,-
war, peottlence au) famine, tallier than
a milatery chnortain for' Preittlent.," ,
Henry any. : , ,-,- ,
THE EIAX.1 I VE' FRANCHISE --
In s Democratic Convention held in
this city of 11..York a few years since, .4
TAI,MADGX, the present federal U. ,
S. Senator, Lived the following languege -
in reference to the man whom' he and ;
his party now so bitterly CleilMailitt) and -
"After the close of the wai; when 2 ,
peace was tones more restored:to our
distracted countiy,'!"you at length see ,;
Martin Van Buren in the Convection ,
to revise the', Constitution. Ilere - - '
was again summoned by the -collected "
wisdom and talent of Ilia State---a tem.- '
stellstion Of genius, in which' none sp. , t :
peered trim btilliant ban himself.
Here it was, that he contended -against -,, - -
the aristocracy of the land, in favor of '
the people in the rat eneionof the -right- ,
of auffrege. liefe it wee, that : ,
others of the' 'Democratic school, be .
prevailed over those whowerli unwil. 4
ling to entrust more 'power, 'to :the , :
people,. and happily, established the , ,
principle, thet & government -like , t
curs, the people are able of , govern.. - A , 4
mg themselves.'! , ,
An infamous fedtralat..pA 'British -
subject who left rountry some years ; "1,
ago, and came to -Maryland where , , ,
joined hie federal torethetn And thelt i
removed , to this , county, 'bowed his ,,
English projudicea' and todwil princie k
plea by declaring on' Tosses, last "that ,
it wouldhave been better for this coml. k
try., if ANDIIE-W JACKSON HAD. '
BEEN etur 1N HEAR'''. an
the day he went into the battle of New
Orletoel" 'Shame on the wealthy mit'
creantl ' ,'-'-" - " -' :". '
;:.'. :.' -:, .':;!.,:-:1,:"..n1:,.,11.,.. Harrison, HARD TIMES.The Whigiare eon ta ty . - , . t:- :. 1 i P r
. ' - - - ...; " --. : enmpisining or what ti el" cad excesie is 61- ' '''; :' ' i '''' l'
.: 661 believe that the .eVarter, given , to times. which
lb? 4Iegtiftve been I cliq Idulidy , ,- '.,:, ' 1 li!,
the Bank bribe United States was un,.. the measures 0 - tits Admitriktrattorubr -uce'rh b- ''. '''..',"':' ' :':- ', I ;' 7'''''
that will take the troub'e to read older the 8. ',. ' , ' ' - 'i: j; l Iti V
sessamounrsbragheleshbserlde bputibilirheid ;11 the ; p-4,,,,lit,t; : ' t '...,'-',' ": II 1 I ft,1.,
me.:en. ,a.8.s.,tuitruels.i:nn.e.:.e177.ai,la:7ewillolmgen.allrorty..c, taninelfreri :11:nt be. ea
expressly granted powers into erect,: f ....,4 nation, and ,whirbY seecomilintyle.artioilt;iblel paribet?fsh. , - ' ' t'i rt '' 'IA il I ' :;
' ' ' 11111:1 :nil ti "I il 11 131:::11 killtil dla: t 111:1 arhr rtegti I'll t:rhYa0:"1 I tdb.e1:111C:tia 1111 Clar:httedr. : : :: . : ' :7'1 : r. :':I. : .1 . : .1:': '.1tt 1 l'' . .1; 1 l't,,i1 '
' . . . 0 . .
thr0;31e gatherings three le no aroftering on account ' ', ',-f- .2'1 l'...; 1..!"'
One orate weakest sad most contempt"- , e: rd. times, Bet.., Reputtheen., . . .... 7-.: ,: !, .-,s : ' :.;.1,41 p.1,1,:i
tibia of all Atte humbugs Invented .,by -cI.
that patty el humbegitt -: the, Fed cr at i s I $ t.i.: in' Victind vM. sohNo,ft.be:ialtile viviiheyg h,:vre.rn.07,01,... 7' tiiorot.''. ',' ":,,,,;:,,,,':- ,., ;1; . ,1":: , i: tit. t,:;,:,
with whirl te gult , the people': in' :the
:r0111...le Will be recollected ilia! titi:4Statil Win, r' - 'Y.: 4 ' : ' r::'-
pfelent campaigns- is ,ikett - bet'latijette
' .ter liarrimou l' 18081 . e rl r)" - :' . l' f: - ''
appeali to. and DOlie Sbeiltr; '.,,0ii&OI ',NO etntts .11-th' 4 li ' I'll Mk' 7 4bal'L"ritY. ' .s. t 1 '1 lit' ::
in fit:59,r ort7100.;a9duiliii:onneginnrcreadocia. ,, -,,,, . ,!,., : 4 .",'
Jackaonmen,!!:- Long sermons or ve;-,ed stand'.
Bihiresped the Abolitionima, tlinottotirtieforurturrietill'er,atrrenlwerligl:ari..!I ...::: :'-.:, .i:''',:','. -,;,1. iii 1,i:.'.
iiitl commune. aro 'put forth; ,
to original .lackenumetioAnd , doe& eit -ti.tel fact or its colinti
41111VIdtlal 'W" MtlY IlIve ''11PPentla in Vinlottvlbstav.oditswliejvtilt :',)171"si re P"'"t . I ' 4 -' .. ll .:1 't; '
the Genres othió life telhave voted for a ...Won. that they and thoie egnndinmatylf!Tn"1"" '--'4'; ; ' ' ' '''''z, ii '''''
Democrat.' now annOttneer :it: inten'.z feet anion, and acting with. the Abolitionr;:: , - ', ' ,,'' --;'. ' '' ' '
likll to support Ustrisoo,: we . itiimedi-' 4- '6'1" tli4S6c)iillii tle 7!"1 tead7 16e th. (0611; - l' ' . '' ''' '.4 1 ' '
1 J: 1.4.r':,..,',-',.',.....,.. ,:;,..- Rivaxisò lito ikt.,,,,2.....:.---.:-;:,7, ; ...;.,':.,,: From the Ohio Siatesmanc..;.,",:,', .,,, ,- that now when be eaw. an attempt to On.. and fbiPPID-1 poor men, ivory Saturday ,:, HARRISON versus HA1.4-R-18-0- N. ; ately have his name i,.- t Li 44 il : .
aloud the Osweg i l
1, '-'. ut '' .. snelAtatoolli se: thilawymcomten thinly awiroladaginanag,way,
, tBoatenkkelatwheyierrelibertiet by a eel or British mod to reed at the top , of o letter, If Gen. Hardtop had made' battle-4.; capitals, and the ,r,.: . ,,, i , , , , , ' . ., , ,,' ..
their voices b & I g. e greedy aexiet I
trim. Team 4. D, 1840., EatrOat 10001,11 Banker, and- English stook holders-sett "no further publication for the- hi' - , . . ,
' ' ' Around them shines 'tope's brighening day, pu is taatually ea ho has llama' bhp oyn so,. "'original Jacksonniao." , ,
' . ' t And petering list, did people's time. : . , 'L. , -..
, Mime great conomiree sweeps along, . -:-,1 , .,
1 ' ,i,;.'
G..1,,s..:-,.;.7,. T.GuRAANL orDFAtoSalaZLEteShi.i'.,A.ry;TH,,, -.1c- pose upon the:people, by log cabine,end night lg. ,
TA,: furers-;Ths Adel:
7: :' , in' a- plea of 'Got guilty,' endent - voters
,, 'pet ge,rhey go, eud not:tanway. , . - . -.. . J. .., . .. , . .
A Like phantoms la the
and directors, , every night before going to
ed it his ditty to stand forth to delete bed Ileraeon's law et favor dm artStan..
'-- .--he would tend by him as be Aid in e'cle k f It'
the late war; and as be did during:. the in which he says 11 am anAbolitionist -
a tho foliowitI U.B Batik contest,when be might beep but don't pithlie0and another ' for th
g ray. - i - . 1001,'!',e1' : ' : . Th. . ' , . .' . . . - ' got ei bribe of bundled. of thousands. South, in which he says most. t e enemy as -.Trent y, an ...e - ,, Y' Ple.-; - -
pinions and declarations, be might pres , to regard thee. :e,,ortiv c-,
- t ,
, .4., r , -- J
, ,. . , ,,,, , i ,
ori AVOWALS OPIPOPTMAIL ortnions. , , device le too ehallow.-1-11;ey e 1 f':, I , : ,, '-'.: -.i.,. ' -
e '' ' ' ' Ci einati; 1822.- -. -.,--.'
il am ' not an . ' . II 11 1 . ,..h. .
114 . . ,.... ,,
I the real 1"origintl Jacks:omen r ,,, s a x .,,, , i 1
,.,.., !they ever, hovel been etiliwtd i-.L L. . :- -'r.:.' -' .
Hortatrx inn Patateverd ::, - i
be belies. eyo' to read
far some elaim to thchsracter ofilero! toilloolente ' influalice, a ,,,',
1 -,. -. bet mark the &Wok whigkies ell... '', ,:' :1 - ' , : - i rt.-. ' :.. .,
u. slaw , ,, .,.., . ., of the poor man-he loved the poor nice ding Army, Ind to read every dat at 12
i 115') , ', . blow loud theyeigh, how tut they fall 1 , , :L.' ''..', , IFIP 1!10 . , , . , , . De look at the following coritradictioaes occasion to bring them in r, ,; ' '
I, ' 41" IL. I see these with their muffled flags, --,, ." ', - The prisoner-was arraigned end. pui c ons o it' lettere for tbe North, aehimaele.;., -- , . ,, - . with their cause., Dui -te vette'l dni 0 -1, - -- -. - ., J ., ,
ia the:Common.. our fathers la the revolution-lbst the o'cl.ickte; b ' ' I Y - - - ,
g - otters.--and every 1 - sentatives, mat every member of the : - . - ,: 14, .:i
i. 1 ' , noir evading plumes, and worneut nervy
( '' ' ' . - ' : ;:'-'11r,'Y Ol'imr 44" - 7.7","....."7".r.:"' .. '''' '' ' '- : ' In Shia hour of peril he: would defend, sholitionist but don't bl' b ' 1 t SIT"s imn 'as' "1.-.' ..-- ----- ' d ID
, 'toted the Banking System's slaves, '..,,l - -: ,,, . - ,. - :-. ,, ., -,, .,, ,:.. '..; . , ,,, the people from the traude,.the imposie le Virgini4 in. wh
- - Like wrecks upon the morel bete waves, -:. . re--e-er-er.-......--e.7 .,, , . .: . .. . . ;,,
i ,::4 7. -' Are linking witb wild diernah '
r , .,.. While clouds and derkuata!round.them play; .
, A mht
.' : '', ,"-., DeuliAT utha.vrel7h:fr !weir: form.'
: The Grand jurors for ', th'e ...United pu is , OHO 0 ter
lion and bee of Federalism; that it la an not in favet of a United State Bank,but
boar of danger to human libeð tb I th d 1 p bl h ' d b I
State', -upon their oath.preseat that Fed gold ofEngland and America is .combi. eschusettetin 'whirl he se
',1---,'.'-,7',:,,' :,-, erotism, alias' British Whiggety of' the id, ha aavc :1 .am mended to the candidates at the ensuing
rights.-Wikeibarre Partner &
election to publish their pokitical creeds. , , ,.
that the elector. may have a fair oppor-1
y, a e oa I u te , an snot er otter to Mee f h h b
nod to prostrate tbe gteat structure,that faveeof a ernited States Beak. but dont
-.I hear deli, wildly motinerine.eties. ...,:.,:r 11.8ton tbe 22d (lei of Feb. now . last was reared bythe blood and treasure of publish ' to'reed ever - mornin et 8
dad 'with the people's eery, - ' ,
' , -, e- wealth of Permaylvaila, bad in hie cue. struggle between the democrats who. ye r f 4 a il '
night at I o clock, to get up al tbe ring A ê
a. 41 am ia, 'unity a c oolong t ose w ose ., genii-.
goo ease s emocrary , ind tonal 1, -Y--- ' -
I REMEMBER T I'l I
Journ al. ' '' -. '' ' ' '.
. , ; -, , -,,
' - ' . ' . " .
.,,,, , ,
11114- f 21111111311 - -. ' . .
ler, a Democratic memher of Contests . .-' ' '' .1 a ' -
: meats beet Belford with their own. ' li
2, have ever believed that every elector bee
offer their service le the 1 PanP,i1P-snuefrom Maesschimette, ettu,,,,,,d in a epeech . ''..';' -',, ''. 11 ',',.
mon the floor of the 'hoist) t,f Repro, :,. . ' - ' ' ' '
II if d 'Co ' '''. " b - ' ..'' "' -' '' '
I i ..' I beef old TIPPI's Ilmulnfid 11'1' ':- ' ,.--:,,.. pastial Harrisburg,- a right te make this call upon thous who .
o' ple bad light, thet the big leaders cane which th British Bank bee expended my reasons for having refined to i
1-'0 tem' - A I ' repealed :silent-use cas'..:,:.;..,', - ),,t ' .,
,e, ,e Aadelen
: - 1 , The varied chore; greets our ear;
. J. . ,- : . :- They come a. '-.:,' tody and possession
I d Sh k d b kenuo-isee thornily t
Lin ar s an ro a certain false, for
s - god and counterfeit log cabin,, purpore ists who voted for John Adame, was Soi 4
' tin to be Made and used b tbe real lo
,14 '' ,. And fredom's banners floating high,' .. : e .,,. g , . . Y g so daug
- Above their fulling yank shall wave. --' : counterfeit log cabin ii of the following ut the bias; h 11
'''''' ''' Do loudly shout VAN BUREN S flame, .!,,ç "I
"' ,:-t - - - ling triumph noteei,l, '-
v q " And hark.1 their pelt .
' " Like music on the at air floats, . .
r,, - '' While Victory's fell radiance lighte I L n ...,,,,.... at t ,, . et. or , , nvereron . w o is cow -.7 ., . - , J. ,
ted for M r Jefferson; and the ,Federal. log of thó bell rind sing to, , the -' tune of. wal I". "",'','''' I' 1"1B . ru R.I. alive 0 belet!;- a r.,) tee r-,-cent miscalled . 7 . ' ''' ... ' f' ' '
ewer le '' . ., - ' . Wm' H- flarrispn.-,' .1, ' , .; . i
'the -Roots March,' and ' ind'' the , ,, ; ,, .,.,, , -,,, .?.. ,-7 ,1,41v, big party, tilit:cr bstot.,.i of i.e nuniete- - ''' : ' :;.,?4-- I l
erous as tbei,becauss many bon- Lyres Return,' Ogle's Speech-And that . i; .... .,. 1,, m . .,...,. , , :: otie names " : , lie called upon membere ----i ' . "- - 4, I: I '1
ten feet high, 'puncheon floor, spit shine not mieleað the honest men albeit pare in brible members of Congress,
,. ,:. gle roof, buckeye loge, and that be; the ty, of they tell them the truth-be . said ing up Proem), and printing and circa
,' eaid Federalism,abas British Wbiggery be wee a real log cabin boy himself,that i lating bele'. 'Old Federalism was fer,ii
hey". pledges and opinion, more freely than 1 ,,i A
have done, since my nomination to elle . , . . .
.111Ihn it) A dieputs - threassertion.' ilk hic - lr".- :,
then, we ask are nova maintaining Fed!,7'.- 'Co e'. ); I e.,
Presidency; 'It is true that-it le my o.. erel 'erieeieleet -Which... party egeta'.:',-,-.., , e. t., . t,:,,
rt els,. 118-111. ',..: , 2 , . .
1 ' Borne onward by the tressed have, - - t cabin boys, which said false, forged & est mea were now deceived by the lies each Federalist shelf' count ever; at ''. - -1-' I3 -, wow the New -Enghnd Stateó to cor.-,,-- . - ,, -,- ' I ,'
, rit , t..at a.. woo safe if the' peo toast inee a imonth,in cents, the amount , . wl will now fellow citizens, give you 'act if ba watawroo iu
g 'this- dectera.. ',':,-- ' 1.-'1'
f,-, -- , Tee People all with loud tools , , , . ,,,menot000; 20 jet
f long, 15 feet wid -
t ' ' ' - ' .. '''', - 'T. hel ewe' 4213' ' , : feit log cabin did then and there attempt struggled foe them, and if they - o'hould I mission lite hellpiehhe and .- to drink' ty an...individual wben in nominetion' et
;:-.- : , The valleys and the mountain's heights, - :".
i --3 ' '-.. (N. Ir. New r.re... :.' - -- '', L, .',:, - ..; t , - .
the aforesaid false, forged, and counter.
- . . - - . . ., to pass, utter and publish as .true , and
: I ' ' EMOORATS PREPARE FOR: BATTLE. gentrine4with intent,'Ihe real log rabin A
, . ,
' yen, then nevi is the time to CHARGE in line
and there well knowing the aforesaid log i be loved them, bad lived for them had :
,ther sentenced to' endure without inter.
desert hie( be Nell would fight for them, t hard ciderr Sod to have all its teeth pul
ens that thetime would come,that they :led out, ied to chew parched core. , . '
MUM) Oat nó pledges should , be mode. shoulder to shoulder with. the Matfett) ','-.?. ;:-.- .'": .', ,'
for any office in the gift- eras people. . , .,- e:
, . , . ,
And why - Once a topt it. and the bate . 'DAMN )1t 9.1 r I. HA D -KNOWN .,,',-; ,... svi.0 ,., , ,,,
bitted tbent would , ' i': ELECTIONS. 2..' - :-' to bini who-is prepared to tell the great. NEYER HAVE WORKED Iron MEI ,:, .., .. , - ,, J4
rob them ef their right, and make them' The ;Whigs continue to brag and ; est number of hes. ,.-, . - , Such woe the loud acciamation'i'd a ,-, - ,.... .1 ,, 4 ':'
-onventionistel-Vally Sta7;" - '''' ''' -',- -'; -- z' . ,' '- '-'
' I: '7'''' 'D' -''
Are Yetis!! organivid end officered Ibr the hat- boy to injure end defraud, the said Fed , weuld fiud out as their fathers had done ,. .- , tle-will no longer be to the strong, but YOUR ?Ohl 1 ICS, YOU SHOULD y ,- ,: . s, -
. - s..: '
I - - del li not, make yourselves eo tbnhwith. ' If million), alias British'. ,Whiggery,--. theft I that tbe Fedetaliste
1' ' ;; ie,' .11k-' upon lour enetny. Let it be chaege after c.lierge.,, cabin to be false,forged and counterfeit, slaves; that then when be hoard their b3ast-They eiy, they will carry New ' .'- ...-1 . -- '',-.Ww.H. Harrison. Federaliel alew.days ago, in the street.r- .. .' -.. -'. ,C :1,
, . .,il -;eilLolidpitalan..!, int! !olt;torltoiwn d
arroutitistinlirelim against the peace of these U, Statet, & ariaa, 'elm were bowed down to the , York, ' Pennsylvania, even Virgiote. ' . I: :.- ,,',-- .....'' :, ,'-:,, ,.,'. , '-.,-.: of Auguete, le. a laboripg , Democratl,-..Cr.-: : ' : ...: 12-',
' ,:-'1, oar fog ''"I'veltil '''''-'!' - . - -- ---.-..." contrary to . the power orthe Statute in brink of tbe greve,he would rush to their Me, &e. ' There 'will certainly : be . ' ' ow Altoeeneersat. - -, ,' - . That estiemotion' Awes, treerhear4 and 1- -' ' '' . r ..' '. I
0 . . . . , , , , ,f
' 11 . '.. Qh&lgalbOtne upon them their gins of onus- such case Glade end provided, ,. . rescue. end if he bad but one dollar in . some tremendous disapointment on one ::' 07".61INdergons no change. , , if the insolence of tbe office .seelterele ,,,f,,,,.,,,,: .-,, . ,i
'. ",e.... Dion erld commisaion, deep, Weekend countleu . . , . , , ,
.....--....--,...-, pro& Ati'y. hie pockeer he would devote it to Ahem side or the other-For our own parts, ' , ' For the North.- ..,;: , .,, Journit dares deny , it, we : will, bring tt . t,, : ',..,., '. ..1 i'',,T '-
' ',ft iterhof ore' '''''.' ' . ' - ' ''' - '' '' . - ' The prisoner, through ' hie couture', cause, and that be would spill bis last : We feel 'confident of carrying. Penney!. ' 4'1 am accused 'of being likierally. to
-l-i r Charge home upon them their attempt! to sma .., home, and pin if where:it betmet, .:.ira ,' ,, -, . :1,., ,,,,: :i
e people by
'.. t lead '. and deceive an honest and fre YV
0 m H. Harrison, Esq., challenged ma. drop of blood for their liberties. , - 1 vsois, (a lettitr from Harnaburgh, of SI.AVERY. Freer, my earliest, youth 1 is this ' littera - --. -' ''' ., - '
the name al (i0d. y! Are ..,-,-.. , . 1 ,
, . ke soletituting disgusting shows and drunken car De ribs jurors for -cause, ' viz:-that , , Democrat. to be - IRUNTFD DOWN'' ' --i '- 1
H9 pronounced tbe log cabin a base the '29th, says by at least 415,0000 We to the present mamma 1 have been -the - ,........:... ,. - .
" ' ousels Ibr a plain, and frank declaration of their the) were poor men, hed no land, were forgery, and urged the people to mourn Isbell carry Virginia by a triumphant ardent friend of human liberty, At the STAR VED OUT. and ': DRAGOONe ,y.. . ,, ., :. ,, : ;
i t ' ''''
l', 'al ' PrinciPle ' ' ' '' '''''-' '' ' not worth $1000 each, and that many of themeelves and pot down a party that mejoritY. ' The Whigs , are : mein g early sge 0(18, I became a member 'oe ED, by the birelingsof the'', aristeerse' ..'",-7, !- '
v - Cheep home upon them their inoulte to the
''' ' noor ' &honest laborer by having ruffied tied Dere. - -
them were naturalized foreig insults them. with such base impeeitiouir ground iu this stati every 'day: and we an abolition society,
-- eatabeabeg , at ryl le this ruthless 'spirit- of:' oppres- ' ; .... ,,. - ,,,,,::t 1
: ', ' ' an e b throe h- the Judge Patriotism' said: thie of
, Were& dandies hau ins encoopa g . , the and who declare that the people aro not confidently. thiuk their fate is sealed at Richmond. ,,' ,- ;--- - - : : . Hinn and. tyrany es, he, Isuffemtd ' in 'Otte 7. ",' - ' . ' '
- ' streets itt order to deride end laugh et the carte; !lineamental principles of Demortracy, s .' s,.
fit to elect a President, only wben drunk least in- this good Old Sults. Ws shall Should I be asked if there is no.wat free country ,. Damn you 0 I And known -:, s' - - ,
idence .of the hardy
i .'..--,r. metre., of the bumble tea . , . .. . ... , . that all mon : are equal, therefore Poor on bard eider, sod when singing kulgar in all hualitn probability carry all the hentd h ens toM "' ' ' it' '' '
by which the General Government can Your Pilitir a ne.ver I . , a .. .,,.. .
t: demure'. -
-. the, their teigen ,end , men are entitled to vote as well as rich gongs, sod building counterfeit log cab- South, except perhaps, North Carolina aid the cause of emancipation, I answer ,
ad for m4' '1 , .. . ,:,,, ,,,
at this epiiir to he totem- -
4.- t., - - .. Charge home upon
.' , ' thievish ettempt to take the peoples tem, a
' ''' t 'heath', banks for the rich fayoritei dame
r, .,i., , pu
,'',' 4-L -: institutions to speculate epee that '1110 rieb may
111 ,,,, gtow nober" upon the earning! of the poor. nd men, end are supposed to be . as well ras - - - . .
qualified. ; Our land ib the borne of the
free, the lesylum of the oppressed. and
ed de all who; like- our forefathers; fl r and 1.ateisiena. ,t' We received a leiter that it has long been an object oear :. my mad. for a moment by the -ions .-ef- 117W . , ,, 1
Gen. liarrison follow' ed. He said be yesterday from Mississippi, which as.
believed there was no berm ' heart, to lee the whole of its eurplui reit
in building sures us of th,e vote of that state by.: s clues appropriated to that objeei. .'. ,' ,: .
-Y -rom log cabins, that if the People would not majority or at least 3,000. Our friends Wm.' H. Harrison. 761- Augusts "(Me ) Age; .)'',: ,--,7...:,,,''. ,,;- - ',', .
FEDER'' . ' ' -'; 1 ' ''' ' ' .
ALPRINCIPLEcd.--', t , --:., , ,
, ,,, , - Chug, hoots upon them their Illconceal
is a part of wisdom to found governmeet , . . , . . .. , .
1 tertnination to Juice upon the country another
4 ' ' ' -'. National' Bank,
, A ,,
-', 1 '' ; unguent and overthrow the public Wien
.4e. :., c barge home upon their presidential eundidate th k f K. e and I rants
e woo yo e. 0. tog y listen to the arguments of the Federal- tin Neer York are not oely atdent. . ac
e, comp' the Ulcers of Gov.. throughout the world, are ; welcome to
.,..,1,,, -.....,his paulting refusals to give the people hts ptin i
. t. 4 '. Mul.iss . -
' 1 ''',,,... ,,.chartga;
, Y ' our . shores-naturalized fo isle, it was right to addrees their vulgar live, un,iaid (more than they have ever
&gem' prejudices. That many. an ignorant been,) 11.1'(- in the finest , (Twee-And (iTeav
therefore have a right to eote. ' - -' - countrymen or laborer that coul
Gen Harrison took a bill of ' - '
extol read a epaecb in faver of the Pederal Aug. 14
d not ph. tifebs...bas a letter fromTroy, I
6,-7-which, &aye, among other
home upcM hint' leile anaient.fed'erid- lions tó the opinion of the judge. stating party, sa soon lie you ging bim y , Ham.. tbittr..... ',:,,,,-;., . , . , , ., .
- . - :',- inu"1--bia having worn the blaokoockade in the
--, . . . . that he would carry the queetion up to son song, give him a drink of bard co- . , -... , ,-, , . .
For ens South.. '' -- , 9,
the confidential 'commie&
have' tre-ated with sewn end contem 1 .. , , . .
ty "-Dental 01 caster. -- ' , -
"Lebods a commodity; , bought and ', - :,, , ,
sold like merchstititee iti the , mare. .,., - '..,. ! ,
the eharge of my being an Abolitioniet, eI.1 - e ' ,. el ', - :., ., , - ...2 ' 2 o -... : . Y t,:
sod truly assert that 1 have done end -"May our country t be . tursed.,...Wilk,), ,,'',''. ;..4'
,rhs' mom oflectioneering in suffered more in support of southern oar. Peellieeae etd famill2e team then .. -, ,.. i.... f'., r.,
V -- ., "reign of terror" and hie support dills corrept ' the British House of Lords and have der, and ebow bim a counterfeit log eah thie State by the Opposition is their Id . b h a memory cheifieto for' romident."- ...- ,:, ".,:--.--
'1 do not believe that Congress car '--'' .
:' ' dency and the pesple out of their eghte. .' ð l't
. ' 1 Chart!
: y 4, Bend ite sayingto.the Sou
home opori:theinel ihnetriterravat oNroroit ing witeeres were swore . ., .
"he joined an abohtiou tuctety et the
' r i Nath that . . f d . 1
ft grateful alum' to rob Julineon, Croghan a d .1., that it wee meetteter to . , Gen. Hamilicen, old .!ohn Adams .and ator Tellmedge, the other day; h
Plain iruth -1 sow tba log come all the leading I ederalists believed,thet that NewYork would go for Harmon
:address for fines, if they conimence an amen "I wouldif 1 dared to leave the State el
-:rag abolish slavery in the States, or in . any . ELEVI1 YE FRANCHISE .- : '..,. , : - .,t. ',
inTeHEDemocratte ' Convention held in :, ,: .- ''r: !, '
I ioalition of Adams and Elay in 18'24 by vvhich 0 right., then any ot er person nee ol
the decieion reversed. in he would become a Federaliet at once game of bragland it re nothing but brag Henry Clay. ...,,,,, . ,
.11ation & Dixon's line.' . ,
. ! - -Anore.e Jackson wu cheated out ef the presi- ,,. .
i le Jury was swear), when the follow di t. t 11 i
titu, tbOUI Or ...Moon., ' from morniog ell night. I heard Sen. ,
th m time tette' manner interfere ith Abe property' of .
' i d.,r 'enemy and hie esving, at e ea 0 . , . buil.
I by ruffie shirt dandies, bank late.. the People. were not fit for std. govern- by 2,000 maority, and, thie city of 11.,York a few years since, .. - - r ':, i ,
aline" i thn the citizens in their elate I do not
b yere,bank director. end officeee and bY meet-that they natal be ruled and !abb. same breath, when talkin Mr. TALMADoN, The present federal -, U. .-. ,, ' ,-- , rf' ,
$ age el 18 and has faithfully IT orme i le II 4, g PrivatalY b h C hi it I
shove i at congress can a o is a a
. . ,.. , , ,
'. ' ligatione he then came under. ' ' , puree proud - aris ho all the
1"141194 IV . ed and forced into measures-that the with a friend who invited him to go S. Senator,meed the following languege : ,- , .
very In the district of Columbia without e; - "- 1:- i
' ,e''' . . Cherge home upon bungee dishonest and nal! while, talked of the ignoran ce of the peo lower class of men should be sold out out anditake the stump this fall; sale, hem' h a d ' ' - -'
in reference to the Malt Ir , 0 n A.: ,,.. t., I
the consent of Virginia and Maryland,
,, . hie party now so bliterirCit'UMniate and ..,-, ,,,, , . , .. i
- then of the glory and the laurels they won by l''' andthe people of the Districe .' ' -- - ,
0 , 0 . their erejudiee,and to impose nixie them .
end battery, or made a bet, or bet at a New York."fbere is his opinion then, . - Wm. H. Ha-idiom' ray. ita,' -'-' '' ': - ' ' .' , - . , ',. - -
their blood and valor. .
l' t ' 'barge home up4n him his having resigned by tountetfeitlegcabine, , coon'. skit's, hoot
, ,,-,, v eistememission and laid der! hie tionwrad oturier. csanoee,nbdrineetet,o,e.e.relling halls, , vm ger Gouldinotdpal the fillets and if soldflo a hded w;tili whelp ateNd spritutWk hit liwitl the .
! , y midst of the was and Me hut g if
ier to defend itself. - , - ing match, or riffled for a cent and mewYork is. ooubitut and niust be goo. ' - ....... ,, ' , ..',,. .. ,. . , .: , . "After 'the , close of the:, war;e, when ;..,;,;',,- .. ' ,..-,;
ON TH TARIFF. , ..., . . Peace wag
b i . 441 believe that not one of the , evils tones m!re -.restereclete purf,,,,,,;:-.. , ; ,,,,;
distracted countiy,. yell at tenth See ., . f .- , A
't , r leg and enroking frouth. h. rte. y end ...,
''1 Chugs home upon nn le w ti blaVet , . .
'.):t . whipping and property qualification laws .
I 'r These things they cannot explain and dare not
ti Simple Honesit,-,1 attended a private
in whig meeting of members of Coegress
where I hoped to do something for the him. tbey,should be broteght back'. and in the opinion of their great Conserve
receive thirty nine lashes. . -.- - ,' five champion they must be whipped and
the Federalists, and now if the Federate Mob multidude," to be kept in the Fed. which were predicted from the tariff Marlin Van Buren in h 0.!
have happened; and that not one. of the to revise the', 11.,,e ,. -orivention,- , ,,,., 2, - ,,,.; I
Constitution. -- Here; be , - .... ,
,1 ,,', .011i0 and Indiana. - - , , : - '' .- , - " - Gibed time ego, l w hi
.11 - a0...neton OitYi, The people bad always goes against 'Turfed" like dumb beasts, or a "swi. was again summoned by f the -cellected L.!. -... t lì! -
advantages which were promised from it
4 have been realized; and nothing but the wisdom and talent of the State.e.e cern.;i1:-'.- ". ' ' "r,' '!' ,
- - denY. ". - .. ' - ', ,.. , - . . ,' ' ' d good of the country; but I met there ism would get the 'power over them by oral defie New York "is too large us stallsion Of genius,tri which' 'none op- --.,,,,,,, t . i' 1
': . e4,,- Charge nome upon tneir tano,specuiting an , folly of abandoning it,- can bring
0 le, Wise, Graves, Garland, Corwin log cabin., lies and fraud, it would olt e horse for Nat to ride," and in my opi. h L
owe which we peered MOM in illiant hate utrneelf....7-: ....-.L .- - 1 'i,i
, 11.,,. lawyer candidate for Governor of Ohio., Pho- ll r flack to the hard times,
c ia, iiia auempt in the Ether Legislature end other., all or whom laughed et the be right. That hie committee of keep- nion Wm won't bear the ' Federal rule, have -a
,),- , AMIN, p seed. -, . Wm, H Harrison.' Here it was; that he contended ;against :-, :,- ... - - . .' ,11
7, lul8t2,1823, to give nogrcee the right of suf. log cabins, d id
an- ea.- it watithe only war ere bad shut up his mouth long enough and -.her profligate appropriations . to ,, . , ,. ., ,- ' ..,,,t-e,,,',.;e.,;,'v , .- ; ,- the aristocracy of the land,, in lever of -,,, ..-, , 7, '.
' ,..., ' firrge and of giving evidence against white men the ignorant people could be managed. end he would now arty, thee he wail a grow ',small potatoes," much loneer - tbe people in, the tat ensionorthe'1. right... , e. :1 2
1',. - 'in our courts and in a word, to elevate demi to Ilt - be asked whether, under.
May t - ,'- '' '' - 4'
that a iog cabin, a coon skin, a vulgar
Federalist in the days 'fold John - Ad- She will be-yea, the. Empire State any citcumetanees. I would be willing of auffrege....,'"iere At wee, .- that with, -.... , , i.:,1,,,: ,,,
' ( ,4-.,. the dignity and. priviligei of freemen.' 1." ,
- - I'-"' . Marge home upou him Ilia untiring and 'reek eong would do more , with them than 'ems. wee in favor o( the Alien end Se.. MUST BE REDEEMED ,next N
- -- to abandon the tariff. I &newer, with- 'others of the' 'Democratic-. school, be ."'-';',...-... : ' 4..- ;1; I.
' ' .,' hew opposition to Andrew Jackson's adminis- good reasoning and sound Vallee. It dition Laws, and wore a black cockade. vember.-. The Democracy r 11
O. ...OW out any hesitation.. to the affirmative. prevailed over tbese whowerie unwile '''' -J e- . .1. .,1. 14
, ,,,t; Auden during all the time be.wash,:inhtengreas.4000
; eras there agreed, that Gerland'S amend That his keepers were 'all Federaliste, York are awake, and full of hope.",.... . 111 have been a warm'advocate of the ling to ,entrust- more ',power:, to ,'.,the:-...1;, ;.: .c.""'.-.1 ...'
1 4,. t: ; hCahoZgpliiiiclegnmmaunPonrn1832cnrwan a Idepacelinf panic oterehe:rt?
i euoCwe:isupsioubitoryw Lou taakned.swehlicieht athnd.rwere stdrabledutohmatebkisousewuntimeitres easnidd o,,'',,Thi e RfarliNegh eStearnoteurad brelatthees..a. fiun: protective ey.stem, and still..bolieve in peeper!. antdutheopplate- ceteh Whoa .!he, k ,, . ' . . V -, :. ..
!,11.. , the benefits it has .conferred upon , the princtele( b i goveroment -like - ,. , , ,4.,.. ..
i e., '' 'Man of 1734. , , ,.. .. -
l '. 4'.'i : Charge home upon hint bin IlOW leing the at '
wee voted for by all the whip In Cam" as to the Battle of the Thames,lielound o.'Don't give vp, the Air, . ,. ,,. , , , , .. , ,
pie ire- - bl - of , v o t .--, '
country; but 1,, would mot, distinb the curie-the pe , , a e,, . go ern ..t , It.,,,, ..1, ,,
I ' 44. . somet candidate of the corrupt Ohio bank for greitçshould be made a great bog a boo the People would nert, believe that , he '..' We would say to our ,' Democratic compromise bill. , - ...., ,- .". ,- :, :,' ' mg themselves."' ..',..',::,..-:,- -.i.':;,,,..., i., 'I., , . - ,t;,.. ..1! 14
. , Governnr ' - ' - ' - - - -. .;- ". .' to scare the ignorant people, eud that was in it, and as to Tippecanoe, he did friends throughout the State , end. the . .., :. , ., , . ,, Wm 11. Marion.' . , , . ,
IIEN :-- '... ' - -.
' I' ;:w '''e''''' '1,- .. ' 1 A tr T n and all the Who's
l( . 1 r e ergo oma upon em,,o e ,
i 0 , ) rice of banker. brokers,. blackeoate and blac e
! '' . luta Weyer's, loafers, and loungers, doctors, they would believe it was all for the per :
Just as the Indians told ,.him, and .thue Union-be rot' -: good heart; take our ..,,, . . ., ,, . ,.,,, , .,.. , .,.
it .poee of taxation-that Mt Van Buren had ISO of his men masescreed, . and word for it, !fibs Democratic Itepub
should be represented. to be in favor of oot a dead Indian left to till who did le bean of N Carolina' will do. their:duty -
de worn and donkeys, merchants, bask specula a tending army, because Premien rec.. : Wten the arguments
..,i, tout. swindlers and Swartwouterk that the eur.; um were concluded and turn oat in november, ther; State is
tnended a bill much better than ono Judge Patriotism thus 'said to the Jinn' i atileleare for those 'pure land patriotic 1'
- ' - - , - - ' Ais infamous fedtralst..pA British . - - r , 4,
f- ON. A 'UNITED STATES SASE. , ,- au RI
"The queiton then for me to &newer
it whether under - the circumstances ect who left hie rouotry iome years ,.. . : , ,,,,. ,i
' - " ' ago and came to -Maryland where his ,,,,:.. :;, . . , r li :
joined hie federal brelhern..1. ond thew-- . - ' i .4' '':'
removed ,:to this , county, , elbowed bie ,,,,.. , ,,. .0
, ::' , 0 ,.1 Action whicit they dignil) with the risme
it t it i the hive -these Input-flown upstarts ' who' Gee'. Ile etto - r om be ded when in ,, ,G I Y
. rinec in
bee ent evient- ou are bound by your Republicans Martin
the U S. &nein Mr Irgo poren eolemn oaths to try fairly the Defendant, Richard - M Johnson. ,
Van ' Buren mod
'." ,' ' :- nether bank... .1 answer,4 would, if it P
Eneliali prejudice. ": and tederet princi. ,,,,- .., -. ." ' 1. '
les by declaring on Teases, last "(het ':-.-- . .. i-;, ,- ?1 ,
you state, if elected to the office ef Prep
' ' ' h is but a coitinnation ()fall those drones
, . .46 W IS pp ' ,' 'dent, wou sign en a
I Id 01 to charter la- .., ,,,,. - -, ,,, , a ,
's li' 'finve and fatten upon the plunder of industry, to lieVing h
il ,r.1 . t..at both Poinsett's end z Barrie
'put down the farmer. mechanic, and laborer and sen'ebill pre contrary to the : Corneille. wbois arreyed on the high chargeof at ' - .
tempting to pais off a, ,mounterfeit log . ' THE KEYSTONE7.- STATE were elearly ascertained that -the pub.
li interest in relation to: the , collection
tt wouldhave been better for ibis coun '.: ' e- ;,,'-..1-',1 '
try.,-if ANDREW , JACKSON -H . ,.. ., ;., . . , ., ,
1 ... .,, , she hottest aciutiniatratiou they hint put inpow.. tion orate IL S.' The people they said cabin. ,,--The real log cabin ,boye end A WAKEI-., The': Democracy , of ,the
an disburseMent; of the revenue would BEEN etur 1N, THE HEART.' en ' '.., ' . ':".(.. 1 ,
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1' tt ur.II.Ook 'Around you democrats. and ask your.
ii were fools enough Ite' bel ..et.' an ' thi". the People of the,United States are deep ',Keystone" is every where In motion. the day he went into the battle of New ,. - , ,f I:
suffer without one, end there were une- n I ,,, ... , , "I ' - : 1 ,
chime on the teeny mit" . ',-''' - - . , -
' selvee if this is not a 'contest of the country a. It was then agreed that Ogle should get ly intereste'd in dee trial.. if this De- barge and enthusiaelic meeting. theme .
I anifestations of tibia) o int '1.1'1'4' - . - . , . --, ., ., . J.
1 ' P' - ain't the cities, towns and villages, a contest up a lying speech about the furniture of fondant should be guilty,. and ' escape, heen held in almost.. every . section of gm! eee m .. ,. , . P ; . P cream! - .':e-,,-,l-:',;!..,;,..., l',,e ,-7, ., e .,.. .. . i .., ., :, :
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.. . between . property and men--4etween moue
. i - -end principle-between the dishonest rioh and .8
f4," !the honest poor. IT IS, and therefore, P
the President's Hones, and that the peo
I were too ignorant to know that the much injury will i 'on in tie favor. , :'-.:- - ' .: - , ,
be done- to the poor the Slate, and whore this baw.nOt al" I ... : . , .':, Wm. lic Harrison . ' tr.-
man. 'He will be celled ignorant, easi. ready been the case,'they arn,adverti. ' '!, . -' ,, ' . , . , --AR.D. . ,
. TiMESo-Th WIC ' il '-' ' ' . C., ', ' 1
e , igs littk flillifib., y i:-.; ..,. i ,., '
-. , ' "-- -. ,- . '' ,-; ; --: compautong ot wind ti ey, cad utceseively hard , .. . , , 1 t, .
' i... ' , Charge this hame uptin the "puritan 'and . President did not own one cent's worth ly gulled, unfit for self government, fit led, and will shortly take piaci. - In a . .
, 6,.1 believe that the .eharter. given , to times which they 4Iege have been produced by,,,, ' -., ' ,., ,; 4 ,I
i ' ..' . Prise-Meg" faction who would amuse you with 'of the furrirturet but thet.it all , belonged to be suledly Kings and , Princes and number of counties the Democrats haie - : . - 1 :-, 1
the meuures of - die A, dmit.ietratiou. - Those ' , - c ' 1 ,., t
I; , . e!,owa whilst they filohed from you YOUr litre' to the people, Woo all voted for -:Ity the Nohles.-, He will be considered . fit to also nominated their tickets, and MS the Bank 'of the Coiled States was en.-
. that will take the troub e to read over iie aoe, '',- . - :,'. '' t 1 ,-
1 r" 'ties and hard.earned property, by gag and rep whig members 'of Congress from lima to be misled by the show, and silken bane moving .forward - in solid, : uubraken cons i
fiutionat,.....itleing emote" ottoose cow" which are - be,li d ;11 ti f ' ' ' - ' ., ' - , I II .1
pu 11. e ie r papers o 4 -.
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, 44 . , - f sir and slavery and whipping laws and owns& . measures neceseary to carry any of :the' assemblages held by them in earionk tarie of the . ,, -,,,..., , ' it:,
' 40N' ling Wink and rag-mouey manultictories.--Me ;- Our friends'abroad may rest
time, and that lithe. other, President per and gold lace and empty. mummery phalanx, , , , ,
ex reedy granted powers into ant.. 7,.4, nation, and .witieh according to the published :'.. 7- - .i ,.;,-. I ii, i,
!, . ', . . ' Verner Ptintler, , :. - ,,,-, : - v-,. ,,.' '.r. t, from Adam! the elder, down, used the that is resorted to by-the , Noble. and assured, that tire- Democrecy. of .Pen- . p , , .., . . -,e, -7,WM. 11 Harrison. - accoimul would appear to be , lett-31de. ty purl, ,, -, .,,,- .,-7.7r t ,,
,, ' - '' : l - '' "-.-"---r' ' '' --' - ' - '. foroiture.' ' ,,'' .. -, . '- ,,s- ; ; . . Princes ot Europe, to pieta. Alto ,sight Weenie will do the work luindsomely , ;-:, -. - - , - - - - , r, -.. sons from all i arta of heeountty nu in. tone do , ,' , , ,,. .3 1,:', 1,,
, ''-- ' '',.'''Ent Bdthou thusspropriatelY deseirbei the ..,A seal log cabi. n' I oi,,,-Thile la not a of the muhitude, when they are --robbing this fall, ',At the Senna! election tbev .
ORIGINA14 JACKSONMEN. ,
0 that , ao re, kt eat at regards ,hosts who, auend - - , '' f , )1; 4-'
It ilt " ' ' z p.m or the approtichmg , Presidential mem ' those gatherings There le no sneering on account 1,, - 2 , :'., .. I ,,
!,,r .1 , " fLisigh'; ,;:, .-, .- - - 1 '
' -- enuine log cabin-it .was counterfeit. them of their rights and their bard earn- will carry at least I9 of the 28. members
- One orate weakeet sod most contempt.- of bird times,- Bee Bepubl.can. .. , .. ,,,;:. ,. -, - - , r il p ,-
. , . ."Thie is the sense or parties iew eziatmg le- . :.
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twat born and brought ep in a log cab.. jape .: ..- ,.... , , , ,...: , , ,, ,,,, : , . of Congrese and maint ,
ain theft men.
tibia of all..the hombuge invetiledby J.,: , ., , ..........7,,,-, -.r; 7..., .,01,, ... ....,,,,, .?,..,,i ;, ,,,,., , .1
i k : ,e, mAg me it ta literally and truly a ipmetton !te. tn.. .- Thia ewes built -: kr dandiew -that ', The jury did not leave the , box, but dency in both branches of the Legiela.
that party oi humbugie.: the, Fedcratikts t ., V.ERM, ON 1.- , et . , ll.'"'ll" . Lin! '':4,: '.: i: ''ý ''i t :,'
11 k - ' lwe'In PeoP'e end ProPerlY I 1""m" inan II ' h. Iv th silver spoons" I - , . ,
, e, -,4 -,. were am , i . , . a air re uroe a ver ict ofguilty, --,,!-i.:.-. lure. .The Presidentiel .electien will
'' th . t d tl. - am lity shorn bottles') rimy have not luibi e et, ,, 4 .
: 4,'4 , -: tote sidei and money en the other I. between the twilit whith Ad gull , the rople': trt -the 'g . .... voi.ecte, .,a titNstatl win 2 ...,,. . , , ...
- , v.- , trunit.-!t wet be rt, I , tp ti I
' ''q ', ' ' haviligince and virtue or Iiirolo whom God orily ',Of
mouthe, het turn. up their tames , et reel ..- Whereupon the Coed lentenied the crown their triumph by a mei prevent campaign,: is t elt senseless ,,lor tta,,, tif 183ti I,y wetly FtgiO tilktoritv; '. ,;. .' t,,, 1 i'7,
i i , , , - vivo the. dominion of the world,- anti the dead.- log 9obine, that would as soon sleep. in Defendant, old Federallem alias Britieb upwerde ormENTY TI-IOUwIt
N ,,N, pc eepettli to., and noibe sbout7.';,,soiiginal ',No etst,s: ii. -die , Union I-as taken a more deci& , ,-,-; :. ,,..-. : ' 4 ff
; IN 4 ,:,-. " weight Of the purse ' of him' mho hato loaded"e hog Pen 'es a real ,iott cabin. -' ,- ' whi i ér -to : ' r ewe' banishment-to forVon. , Boren ,,and , Jobsnon-woten . or '-. 1,0 - sermons ee ritt;',Ini stand 'it
44 Y - Pe P - Jacksocmen.. ng , &atm of 111(we &meetly immature, ',-,'-- .. A.., ,,..l. i, l,
'IP ; ' liiinaelf whh the.plunder of industry.",,--,:', : the Abolitionism, than Okla di.1110 Vc4tissolli; 114 4. .... ' , f'... , 4,4o , ,
': Wben the evidence was heard,' Ilir b 'rowed 'u Sal River ' td tiork 'their weshill consider glory enough fOr ene .. - e 'put forth; 'addressed ' ,,,- i
i 1 . ' , . titre rode, in-a stage cepa it 'hoot ,time einee,.: Hie last log' Cabin boy, made a pnwerful rieon soegs.'to live witq (Ion.' Hamilton sylvenia, ',What say our,,,frieede.1 Will individual ,who may !lava Aleppo') .
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- . vc,mt eve ave alwave &Urged 1,gaintr,t 111P brre , -4'.; ,- .,,: ,,. ill ' ,
i 4 . t plot e single bendoox.-, -We ernised the - Green I. 1 c .1 ; it. - nt n , feet anion, end Acting with. the Abolitionlates ,-, . , ., , ,4 r
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.. ..' .. . REMARKABLE. , Ten ladies are utd to
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' ' . . in Manachootteand among themall there wins.'
''l 1 ,I.r. ' -: Stoentairie the other day with Aye-woman amt.
.. ..e. -; b,:31 nursing children, am( only two
, i , I - - ' ' Vi a Bureu'a counsel tor the people,and pasiage, to drink herd cider, sing Har
, year, . .,....ucn J. t le prosper; so . rem
end eloquent speech.!' ile said he was old jnbn-Adame," end other 61 the this thie he sufficient);..Htirrisburg,, IMagi h othia
to original .1aelisoninen...e.And ,.doee en ,
- ., ',the. fact of it catting its vote fur the. amalgant- ' -.:-..; : . ; . e.
life tclhave voted for a , MN art 111,titiS time. - ia conclitive probr a., ,,, , , t ,I ,t,
aition that they end .. , , ., ,
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lull SOO of a poor lein,hornin relog.eab.. lights, to read the' Aiien and Qeuitien clan, .- ,...,, -,-..., , ', ; ,, - -, .; ..-' J. -,' -,-,' D mocrat,' now announce yr -,s e - , . k ua s t - d - IF , ,.., ''. . -. t, I i
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and thit.7-he' had Levi every moruing, end e yery ,.night - .: ., e , yt it. tell t OU1 1, me yeti rea y oe s q Allot . , . , . , , ., , , ,
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