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CANAL DOVER,TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, (OHIO) FEBIttlAnY 5, MI.
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PROPHECY OF LORD BYRON, I live? Pow you muiotaiu you von vitii pour
In relation to the Emperor Napoleon. The little milling I
MOVai of the remains of Napoleon, from the 1MY little Ala,'
e Island orSt. Helena to Paris, by the Gov. 'Enfansvat you call de litul brat?'
nment armee, was predicted by Lord Br 'Oh, an well as I can.'
a in the subjoined extract, and is but another 'How many brat you goð Von, two, tree?
trification or the wonderflil prescience ortroly 'More than that.'
vat minds. Those eminent men who float
"Pour, fi ve, six 1'
high cultivation of their enperior intellectual : 'More I Begar ? How much more? Beven,
removal of the remains of Napoleon, from the IMY little will.? 11'
the Island ofSt. Helena to Paris, by the. Gov- 'Enfansvat you
ernment of rrance, was predicted by Lord Br 'Oh, as well as I
ron in the subjoined extract, and is but another 'How many brat
'verification or the wonderful prescience oftroly 'More than that.
great minds. Those eminent men who float
"Pour, five, sill
a high cultivation of their enperior intellectual ; 'More I Begar ?
powers, are capable of extending their ample eight, nine
.ken over the whole human race, in all the viols- Tore than that.'
.ken over the whole numan race, m au tne VICIII I -aunt; 1,51.1 &AMU
shuck", ofpresent and past ageswho intently ! 'More still I Mon Dieu I How you ill keep
watch the characters, 'Inatome, tastes, dispose.' '1n,
I 'I kecp'em on bread and butter, and the best
tions, and movements of nations,for the purpose ,
tne city affords.'
of examining causes and comparing effects, I ,
1 On bread and buttair l' exclaimed the French
who profoundly etudy the attributes and. .wor. lt,
mam jumping up bait shaved, "Sacra diablet
1 ' ing of the heart and mind of man in all the con. Vele you get him, eh I I cannot get noting at
all to keep my von femmemine von enfant
diteins of his existence,who scrutinize facts
, , vat you call devil. and de bratno sare, I can
and seek tmth by the ligla of genius and the
not get noting. Never at all since do dem
philosophy of inductive reaaon, behold reflected
bank stop de suspicious payments."-- Bus. Post.
ilm the past the incidents of future ages. Such 1
PRINTER'S GRA TOURS.
Predictions are often deemed superhuman,when
, I No dais of mechanics, perhapi, suffer more
arty a remit had been proclaimed, which was
from the predatory and begging habits of indi,
as deducible, from the abundant elements re
viduals than printers. They work so bard,
lied upon for eolving the question,as that deny !
esther problem in moral or phyaical science. invest so much, and furnish their papers so low
.. that people really seem to think they actually
Thus Lord Byron foresaw that a nation,which
tad been distmguished for ito martial spirit since aro worth nothing but to be given away, or la.
the wars ofkilius Cesar, and which had con. ken without leave. Accordingly, nothing le
quered Europe and Egypt under the victorious more COMMOn than for people, who have the
Eagles ofNapoleon, would one day claim his , curiosity to read something that happens to be
Italie', and commemorate his deeds and the glo I particulcarty interesting, er who wish to send a
ries of France by the erection of a magnificent paper to a friend as a token of remembrance, to
mausoleum in the capital of his empire. I run to a printing office, and ask for, or take a
How remarkable has been the fulfilment of I Paper just out from the piess; and if the printer
the following prophecy ofthe nitglity bard of should think ofssking him anything for it, the
England: Boston Courier. I customer would think himselfgnite insulted by
"But where is he, the modrn , mightier far,
Who, born no king, made monarchs draw his '
Test where is he, the champion and the child 1
Ofall that's great or little. wise or wild
Whose game IMP empires, aud whose stakes
Whose table, eartn; whose dice were human
Behold the grand result in yen lone isle,
And, es thy nature urge; weep or smile.
Smile, for the fettered eagle breaks his chain,
, And higher worlds titan this are his again.
11 ow omit he entile,and turn to yon lone grave
The proudest seamnrk that o'ortops the wave!
His name shall hallo w thl.igno!de shore,
talisman to nil nave him who bore,
The fleets that sweep before the eastetn blast
Shall hear their sea-boys hail it from the mast.
Can glory's lust
Touch the freep spirit of the fetiered dust 1
Small care bath he of what Itits tomb consists;
Naught Wile eleeps--no more if he exists;
lle wants not this: but Emma) shall feel the
Of this last consolation, though PO scant;
Her honor, fame and faith, demand his bones,
To rear above n pyramid of thrones ;
Or carried onward, in the hattle's van,
To form, like Gueaclites dust, her talisman,
But be it as it in, the titne may come,
llis name shall beat the alarm like Ziska's
l A celebrated warrior,and constable of France
in ti e 14th century.
Ziska was a General of Bohemia. and bav
imr gaitted many victories over the Emperor Sig
he WOO seized with the plague, aud di
rected his akin to le tanned, eller his death, and
te4d as a drunphend, to animate his soldiers in
A SCREAM ER.,--A gentle piece of female
humanity ycleped, by courtesy Miss Gieen, de.
1ivernd an oration, or more properly apeaking, a
stump speech at Augusta, Maine, on the Fourth
ably last. The concluding remarks furnish a
sample of "real grit,"
"111 shall have been so happy. as to have
gained the approbation of those fin whose Fake
I have so far departed from the strict limit which
customer would think himaelfgnite insulted by
the niggardiliness ofthe stingy printer. With
what other mechanics or business men would
people think of taking the same liberties t Go
into a grocery and ask the retailer to give you a
fourvence-ha' penny's worth oftea, coffee or
sugar,and unless you were really an ehjeet of
charity, he would probably think himself the
one impooed upon. Or visit a book store and
most nkely the pro;lrietor will putouts his cup
tomer with a writ tor pct:t lercency. Go into
a joiner's shop and ask h im to give you six as.
worth of his ws res. Rnd you would feel as if
you were engaged in a cheap business. And
yet people will enter a printing office and take
six cents worth of a printers' labor and really
think it one of tbat sort of things which should
be given away, because the paper is print;l.
A clean white sheet lie would think too vale e
ble to abstract without pay, and yet it costs a
printer aeyenty five dollats every week to set up
the types that are impressed that are impressed
upon the sheet that make it worthless. No, no,
this is not the Ivey to do business. If you
waist a paper and will not subscribe for itas
all honorable men dojust step into the office
end lying down a silver bit say"Sir, if yen'
please, let me have one of your papers and take
that in pay for it." You will be readily accom..
modated, and, and then be seated, (not looking
over the shoulder of the compositor to read his
manuscript,) or retire and read your own paper
like a man of good consciencce and honorable
Some men are greatly envied for whxt is
thought by others, and perhaps by themselves
to be a state of independence. But it may well
be questioned whether such a being as an indt,
pendent man ever existed. The opulent gen.
tleman, who dwells in a princely mansion, fur.
'imbed with costly equipage, and who fares
'sumptuously every day, is even less indepen
dent than the beggar at his kitchen door, who
',tuitions for v bone or a crust. Against the hos
tilts essaults of the elements the latter needs ter
less huMan protection, comparatively, than the
former. The mendicant has no ship at sea, to
be roscued from peril by sailor's toil no pala
ces or store houses to be saved from conflagra..
'ton by masses uf men commonly considered de.
pendentno stocks in danger of depreciation
nO hoards of precious metals exposed to plun
derno loans or speculations, or adventures at
slake, that prevent his 'sleep o' nights." In the
ancient prejudice has so long prescribed to our r.
tile assaults of the elements the latter needs ter
mei, I shall be amply paid for all the sneers ot less human protection, comparatively, than the
witlings and fools. I have only been desirous former. The mendicant has no ship at sea, to
be roscued from peril by sailor's toil no pale
of winning the approving smiles of the nobler
ces or store houses to be saved from conflagra..
....aiiist,Coevvmtittients. not for myoelli and I say
unto you lords of creation, aft you" call 'pair. 'ton by masses uf men commonly considered de.
endentno stocks in danger of depreciation
salve if you douat my sinceritjI proclaim it P
no !maids of precious metal' expiated to plum
bere in the face of all Auguste, now auembleð
s, derno loans or speculations, or adventures at
around me, and you may believe me or not
stake, that prevent his 'sleep o' nights." In the
you plaasethat ttere is not bile among yon,
abstract, there is neither indepondence nor ab,i
- Tom, Dick or Htury, that I would give a brass
thimble to call l'husband" tomorrow I" jeet heipnessness in the moral and social weild
whatever there may be in the physical. All
SUSPICIOUS PAYMENTS. ' I men are dependent on their fellows. All men
are in memo sew beggars. A To the forgetful.
'How you do sore I How you get along
you make out rid neu of this truth are to be imputed the growth
trough de time bard I How
de dem plaster shin-. eh I said a Frenchman ofpride and the absence of humanity; but in its
yesterday to his Imrber. 1
contemplation, the great principle of the natural
'Oh, very well,' replied tho barber, l'consida gala)! of man is most clearly realized.Nany
mine tucket Incl. , "
'Vat you consider, bat Vat you call the con.
eiderationt - ; I ENDORSING0(301 171 iii I fine look
. 'Considering tin bard tiMOS I mean.' , , ing men, ain't het' said a friend of ours,
'How Much tuo'ney you make in ono day,eht' 'heather day.---ofes,' replied another.
'I was taken for him once.' You I why
a Oh, about a dollar, or so,
, I you're as ugly as sin P-61 don't ears
. 0V6n dollar! '
k for that I I was taken for him--I en
les, thereabouts.? .
-! dorsed his note. and Wal taken for him
'No more ss OPIP dollars! Don' tare, bow you 11 the sheriff!' . ,, ,..., , H
FATAL EFFECTS OF, TIGH, T
PUWER OF INDUSTRY. ''' . (Ttem the Ohio Statesman.) enemies cfleffersonian Democracy.-
LACING. 'He higher mortality .0f.-
E DEMOCRAUY OF 01110. Atid who can doubt that they stet , . . .
It was a beautiful expression of a Chineee TO TH
Euglish womee by consumption may be
ascribed panty to the in does life.whieli '
. t .
age, that by time end induotry it mulberry leaf No. J. What are their leitoieg inesoutoe The
they lead, arm partly to trim coieri..eriun , .
the expaneioc of tee chest by'
becomes a silk shell I but if the statement be Allow citizens: assumption of the State Debts, the
..orrect, and I have no reason to doubt us truth, One who, ft n ori ei e ens 0 n charter of a United States Bank, the
d whatever iteffiberti-e-vne-sPite. ha-cMPitrranry.
it afrorlis a stilt more Balking proOf of whet Int-. et . enactment of a Tariff, net for revenue. eteenline
. to the "Democratic creed." and euppor. the ved ot bee draughty of vital air and the
but protection; a genétal aystem of iu. costume. 'In both wet a they are dere.
a tete oo eposi s tu erceleue Matt
inamingettuity chit ascomplish, Fuel a -one in,
le w atever he be love to a in strict
d b I' d b . ternal impr oveni !rite; and, in. fine,
I d hi d d .t b '
ter with a fatal, ennainrat fecility;' Thu'
deed as our oriental philesopher would never . accordance with it, asks your attent ex"equ rji ail
ion powers by tbe Federal
have dieamed of. In the manufacture of steel i 1011t calm, cimsiderate attention, to Government, w inch a mnjoritv .may
an article may be raised trom one halfpenny to : a few essays in which he will aim At man died in one year of the ',curable "
deem conducive to the 'lettered wet. ly one 'hemmed sod ninety English woe -
fare." This is the "Federal creed"
lei de pointed arrows faltaviwItom
35,000 guineas; it is converted into steel, that truth,
or the "coalitionists," Harrison, Webs malady. Will Dot this imeressivd fact
Rivet', induce persons thank and influence. to
I they map The diaseminallid the
steel is made into watchsprings, every one of , ater,
ld . d d d 1
o one. an una ulterote prtnetp ea ot
which is sold for half a pines, and weighs on- 'vele ol d ic d 8 , d Ritoer, ste,. lei their country womenright HI the sr-
, la a e, ritten en. item ,
11 r nian Democracy," is alone me MIS, Adams. Talmadge,
tide of drew!, and lead them to abandon
ly the tenth of a grain,aller deeucting for waste b no Cor K Ily and it thousued
, p e , win, e ,
other leading and wealthy Federaliettern a practice which diefieutes the: body,
there are in a pound weight 7,000 grains; it In aittaining these principles, no pole Tbe d f J ft. D strangles the cbebt.. ptoduees helloes '"..,
a voiates o e ersonise eme
thereto,' affords 44141-foe 70,000 watchesprings, it ic i Re oteb ethees --li V ing--ote dere and Larvae un uess
or,otber disor . , . g .
the value of which, at half a guinea each, is 35, 'M fr
deter hi . om exposing error and vin- ocracy have, then every thing to fear,
tionable tendency to implant an Incurs
dicating truth. The liberty, end cense- end nothing to hopo, from euch a party,
ble hectic malady in the framet-ethrle -
000 guineas. flushed with victory, Cobtained by the
have no more need of artificial' bones
quently the happineas and prosperity of
the present generation, and the counts aid of nine hundred &Inks, fighting for
The Getlemanly Man.Thin is a man la d .
AS MI1110118 who are to auccee in can- exclusive privilegee.) and passessed ofthe pow and bandages thee boys. Second Ace
er and patronage of the Federal. Government. nual Report of the Register General.
, who is held in great consideratioe a-
mongat the lower or middle ranks. not be compromised for the sake of But I will give a description of this coalition, its
aims and ejects', in the spitit-stirring languages perAgbisveendcea cofasileii:fd.b-obsAeol-clearorrieriorgd p al D. ,
sustaining the viewe, the interests, the
His dress, hie air, his conversation,
ambition, or the fame, of anv individtes of a tolitio'an who feared the downfilofkliber
ere all object') of imitation. He lives
al. No man, however exalted,' its any yey:"A girl, Who,. was
on an ennuity of five hundred pounds- ,,,, 14'4 re fl do riel t!eti tree doe. v e Tiflis; "loan: fl ;nit I o f p a r:e.c)s
ing to the mass except as the repro- the following
does nothing at ell uaeful-and dermi. I " that the country has ever experienced: The one of OM filet levee, ,was one night
delightful eveniug, and in bashful trepi
ores all who do. His wife is the eix- , sentative of those principles which ate coalinon between Clay az, Rivas, and the MI6. lighting us out, after having passed a
beet calculated to secure their liberty gues evidently on foot auxiliary to it, presents a
teenth cousin oft' lord, which fact he ' combination is.f great pewer. It arrays againet
happiness and prosperity. dation, obe blew us out of the door, and
took great care to communicate to the , the peoplethe honest yeoman and plundered , , . .
To discover what these principles loughniena vtst amount of talent, sustained rim the candestick behind the Actor,
world in the newspaper at the time of are, and to impress them on the minds Ey ail the monied power. (the "aseociated . as I kissed ill"
the marriage. He may. consequently . : ,.
of those Democrats, (in whatever ranks weal th,') of the land. If we can sut,teed in . ...,-.-.....
be said to belong to the aristocracy, and making the true isms, the result will not be
the b f d ) b '11 b
y may e oun , w o wt onor Novel:I.To you Ile novels?' said a
thie accounts for hie ntiniete k nowledge doubtful-but this our opponente will seek to RI
bun with their company in search r
0- avoid-and if they are permitted to use their lies Languish to her up country. levee.
of the marriages and intermaringes of
truth, 'hall be the main business of the appliances of Banks and money, upon a feign- 'I can't Bey,' answered tie 'for I never
the great ones of the larid. Ile 'Teak.' numbers, which will, from time to time, ed or false issue, they mey triumph. This is ate ante but I'll tell you whet I'm death "
learuedly of the opera and lumen' to, a , now their stratigieobviously. They dieown
be given to the pubhc, as lemur from on a young poesum
day when the faebionable season begins National Bank, renounce Internal Improve
the labonous duties of a bona fide culti- aments, deny the Tariff- thus make theuteelvew
and when it ends. He alludes frequent d 'lough Story.A western paper
vator of the soil will permit. Belong- popularwin upon the confidence of the pen.
ly to circumstances which occured when I,
ing to this class of citizen, he feels pie, and break down the Administration. by unk 'oho the follo Wing tough etury that ec
he was "On the Continent," and pitiee, I confident that it ii not (and trusts that Venal oppositoin and unregulated abuee. The cured in its viciiiityo . . ' '
people who have not travelled. great pacificator, ei his last trial, seems resolved Mr. W. Whipple WAR in the woods a-
it will not be even deemed) obtrusive in
He speaks French with tbe vertible , b. is LI . . . toembrace, within his capacious erase, every
bout th'ee-fourthe of a mile ttUm his
IM, 1111Mote as DO 18, i0 attempt tne party and every interest-even though con- ,
London accent. He dislikes port, and 'discussion of political questions prep strained, for the sake of the South at huge, to nom, chopping down a tree, when the
has ideas abeet being helped twice to get his foot upon the Abolitionists, be takes tree broke, mid a NIA inter flew from it,
nant with the fate of civil and religious
soup.He has place taken in the front , care that his friends ;Mall IT t for hitting Mr. W. on the leg below the
liberty. Though an alien by birth, as d esearkibeettilletille 'riots,
' row of the dress circie when be viatte knew'severed it from his body Mr,
an adopted citizen of Ohio, to whom a- triultnlisha
Icnot.a I lure), ' u
d 'alai: tIrriunYiph has been occur
' the theatre, which he Often doee, being, Whipple fell and Woo not aware of, trio
lone bis allegiance is due, be has as ed byPadding Gen. Harrison to the firm of 'Clay
r he saye very fond of 'public places.' H
e deep a stake in ite welfare and the pee- Ar, Rives'--a name of all others best calculated I se of hie leg until he 'had arisen arid
I goes to Bologna, or Ramsgate, in Sep- to 'win upon the confidente of the people.' and attempted to wail'. He them took tip
maneocy of free inatitutions as any nee.
1 tetnber, because nobody f th I as:t
- ---e -e--- five citizen. and will yield to none in km.
at the same time secure the iriuinph of tederek
his leg and his axe and 'Alined for honor.
consideration can then remain in !OWN ardent devotion to the great conserve- The triumph of this 'coalition' calls aloud for He went ebout fuur ' rode", finding it
Margate he thinks vulgar. He is a
er- live principles of the Democratic party, every democrat to gird on the rusty armor dints .eomewhat difficult to navel, lie eel, 0
' tial to astoniehing waistcoats, and rev. es laid d b h " bl
own y 1 e vonera e sage of father, to rally on the doctrines of Jefferson, ane pole, end lebving hie axe and diernem
els in eternal white kid gloves. Mot.. defend, at every hayed, popular rights. and the
Montecello." bered hmb behied, travelled about SO
f ning, noon and night is he gloved the movereingty of the Staten. In the language of
The Democracy of Ohio and of the Jefferson, 'let all who have wandered from the rods, when lie espied a MAD drawing
1 samein defiance acd utter disregard of
Union, are unfortunately 41efeined, and republican fold return to their first love,' Let all w logs. fie called to the man, wee
ail wholeeome love of congest. tie Federalism b 1 . d it us meet our adversaries in every ward of ever) went to him with hie team and carried
e trtump ant y ao ineu ing- .
knows all the leading men in politics at , city, in every township in every Stale, amit, dien hint home.
ty rules the State and 8000 will the Cone
Y &tit, eight.' He once met T,heodore every town, village and hamlet in the con . w lc 0 .
Mersey; and Federalism will, uuder racy and discuss the principles on which our in. D N T 1381,18V8 IT. WO are iced
d Hook at dinner. Ile has often seen Gri
the plaueible name of "Aladisonion De- stitutions are heed. Let every democrat thus :
in several of the Whig papers, that Mr -
,. si off tbe stage. He has Aitken hands mocracy," coutinue to rule, unless met devote a portion of his time and his talents to v on ,i, . a
befositt now with a earostet. In fact, he the disseminati II t a-1 &Mean pi incip'es. J5 ren Has not &awn one farthing
at the fine ot b h D
iset y t e emocracy, ar
ts a very superinr, well-mfornied per- n I dvereariee will be forced of his salary since he way Metalled, and
-y Lim couree our a .
a tiled s Oh the weapons of the invi '
OCI- to show their hands; and be ito longer permilled illtenda 10 bend in his bill oo the 4th of
son, end is universally considered, by bl h I f '98
e p a anx o . to ekulk about in ' 'coon skins" or take shelter, March next, for 6160,000. , ,.
P hie friende, a most sgentlemenly man,' 'rho Federalists power rom i army, o
have reached f it e ,iii f truth, I in the 'log cabins'
d -Cunninghuni'sJest and Earnest. ,. which they have disgraced. They are wolves , .....----.. r
by fraud and humbu 11 a 1
ggery on I. eir p r , . eYMTO,
AM OP A emit.
B .The B 1.
in 'coons skins'-federaliets in disguise, who,
), and by the culpable neglect of a strict
DP 4TH OP A TPAANT--The celebra- under the r e
.eigne. pr. tence of being democrats, more Clipper says that the Siamese
o arid scrupdlous adliereuce of their op aided by fraud in concealing their principles from Twins have both fallen in love with tbe
ted Doctor Francia, Dictator of Para-,
Is ponents to the Republican doctrines of the people during the late canvass, have obtain
quay, died on the 20th of September t FIRMA girlebe preferring Chang and
9S. 1No party can long retain power ed power.
Eng. The latter le de ermined le chale,
'e last, and was succeeded by a junto of b b h Time who supported Gen. Ilarrison are not
in this country, y any ot er meen4 i an p I. d r n. b t on uge the former, but their litends cam.
iu rive inembers of the Legislature, I verwhehnin ma'orit of le
a i e era is , u o . e .1. -Y
WI a tone adherence to h I. I d
t e po ince ocs them are; and this majority, in carryieg out not agree 811 to the distance. The
, assumed the powers of Government trines kid down by Mr. Jefferson which their ineasures,will be doomed to defeat, if the young lady. it is farther stated, for the
much as the Doctor did about thirty
e include 1st. An uncoil) ' ' ti de to wl su ported Harrison are true to
promising os- mere 10 P . wake of quiet, is willing to take them in
years ago, 'quite promiecouely.' the principles ofJellerson, for, in that case they
l4Ñ'ule Way to' the exercise, by the Federal b b I 1 II b
ut er awyer says s is wi : e
1g of our papers are quite lcudetory in their ne with us in o sin the n 1100Po
, . , will be bound to un pp g . . ,
Governmeitt, of an
y povier not pleant.9 eitarter ore bank, and every other scheme of indicted ibt 'swims,. , . ,
i remarks upon the defunct desnot, and and intentionally tinleg Wed in tile Con- the federalists. But the great danger is, that , ,
er one antis 'Ho did no pnvate wrongs, ex- : ,
atitution, or ab,olutely "necessary and the federalists, by a pretence of being democrats', fled .en
a tal Death."Pit1 wine is
le cept, fig the public good,'-an seer. at.d a rally on Mr. Madivon as the ehampion ore
proper.' to carry bottill one of the dole- our brotherl"
tion which the editor would certainly U. S. Bank, will be enabled to carry this uncon- y
gate powers into i: ct. . rat t e
d . if 2d TI h
never have made hed he bee, n better ac atitutional, but favorite, measure If the money. 'Och, thin he'e dead sir.' '
States individatilly have the unquestion- ed aristocracy. Should the establishment of a t But how did he diet'
qua:toed with the subject of nis eulogy...1
able tight to jud ge of all infractions of 100 million bank urifortuneately succeed, it will &Why, ter, an' be fell off a scaffold
is Francis wee a man of unboueded Billet- ineviteably impel the democratic States of this .
.he emietitutioba I cumplict, and of the
lion, and rogardlees of tile fd, lingo and Union, in defence of their reserved rights, to one oay wb I th t b 1 lk ' 1
i e a pries wa a tog O
es mode and mellow. of redreeb.
libertice of others. pursued his. selfish plant themsives on their sovereignty and ... the !urn
views at any and every eacrifice of pub- The first docitmes have been f . I
air.? worde of the Va. resolutionsduchire the dealer ...-....m........ ...
and opetity brought into the late can- to '30 a deliberate, palpable and dangerous exer
lic and private go d L It
o.... Le most tyrants limilliga captitn, waiving. a cote
',stip, bud ably defended by tke Demo ciee of power, not granted by the said compact. ,.,m a
rt. he was cowardly, and lived in. conatent ba,e And that the States who are parties thereto have It,11 Italy requesting 'the pleasure of
cratic party. They, however,
bead of the people he governed, and so the right, and are in duty bound, to interpoSe .
hoe company,' understood it as a cetne
ir- been doomed to d f I d th t 1
e ea ; an a , oo, t,
tur arresting the progrees ofthe evil, and for plIMODi le those under his command.
thoroughly was be convinced of his ob
es by the aid of many who profess to be- maintaining: within their respective limits tile and marched the whole of them so the
norousnees that he never ate other than hey') in both. The late doctrines, uns rights, authorities and liberties appertaining to ,, , L.
r'- the pla nest food, and not even that legit them, .. tag s uouse
fortunutely for the success of the firet,
ho had been tested in his presence, for fear urse ofMr Madison bas been
The political co . ,.
have been left entirely out of view; and
0, of being poisened; and never permitted as changeable as the hues of the chameleon.-- THAT 8 A YAMSpeaking ., of- the
bad they been brought into the canvass, Hence it im eheolutely nercessary to place him in pickpockets banging about the,. United
any one to approach him with a cloak
rig and defended with the same ability as lei true pudition hero e the people Mite) to pre
Suttee Bank the New York . Herald
on, and even then obliged them to ex rent intereeted "miner mongers" and politicel
he the first. I feel confident that tne dan
hibet their open palms, in order that he bl s fr qn a fraudulent use of his popular shrewdly adds, !but lifter all the depteda
to h h in t f t: gam er ,
gore w lc now rea en our ree toe is name to build up R 100 menet) hank es a demo. tions, caused by the pickpockets,. out
might be satisfied of their pacific intim- Wiens, would have been averted. cratic messure. The opinions ofpublic Merl are side the Bank, cannot begin to compare
a- 'ions. His house was always strictly If the Sovereign States of this COn- I I' , d I Tri t s b. t f
pu s ic propert), an are egt i ul e u pc o with the depredationa that have for
m' strongly guarded and none dared enter federacy could possibly have ample ee- investigation. At the proper time I will, thNe , .
nine peen committed by 'Ate picks,
le., .ite perheoe without.firsept ()curing a per. eerily thet their Fetietai. 3,..-1116 wttlid lb re inveqigate the couree ef Ale, Madison, corn. me . . .
1-- mit Upon once observing a beggar never vio:ete b f tr
t e giet o t ese ttopuon 1
,-, 1 rnencing With kis tamer in 111i federal 'Convert- I pockets . , ,
woman sti hiha train Ita ,,,,ti..,i 1,,..1.1. . hon. JEFF ERSON. wnuld nrobablv cover the amount etniAn
DEATH OF A TAANTe-The celebra
ted Doctor Francia, Dictator of Para.
quay, died on the 20th of September
last, and was succeeded by a junto of
five Members of the Legislature, who
assumed the powers of Government
much as the Doctor did about thirty
years ago, quite promiaeously.' Soule
four papers are quite leudatory in their
remarks upon the defunct despot, and
one eays 'Ho did no private wrongP, ex
cept, fer the public good,'--an rump..
tion which the editor would certainly
never have made had he been better ac
quaimed with the subject of his titilogy.s
Francis well a man of unboubded ambi
tion, and tegardlees of the fd, lings and
liberties of others. purPued his. selfish
views at any and every eacrifice of pub
lic and private good. Lik e most quints ,
he was cowardly, and lived in. conatent
trend of the people he governed, and so
thoroughly was he convinced of his ob
noxioueneea that he never ate other than
the pla nest food, and not even that mitt'
bad been tested in his presence, for fear
of being poisened; and never permitted
any one to approach him with a cloak
on, and even then obliged them to aro
hibet their open palms, in order that he
might be satisfied of their pacific inten
tions. His house was always strictly
strongly guarded and nons dared enter
,ite porticos without.first curing a per
mit, Upon once observing a beggar
women at hid gate, be retired hastily
from his window and ordered her to be
instantly rennved or shot, imagining her
to be an assassin in disguise. He found
when to late to retract, that in over
throwing the libertiew of his country, he
had destroyed his OWN and that in ma.
king himself odious to others he had
cursed himself. He did, some good, it
is true, bnt pride not patriotiam, promp
ted bim to do ite Jealous, avaricious
and echeeming, he lived and died, as all
deepote muiit, hated, and unhaipy.
Ponnetse. The life of a rhysician is a
life of contradiction. He is sland A, abused
and derided: yet he is sought with avidity, and
freely received into the bosom of fkmilies His
opinion can blanch the cheek, or suffuse:the eye
with tears ofjoy; and his lips are as closely
watched as if from them proceeded the issues of
life anðitleath. He lives by the woes authors;
and while he would starve if constant health
were the attribute of our race, he is endeavor.
ing to banish sicknesa fiom among men, while
succeu in bis avocation would ruio him for ever.
tie is always engaged in a war against his own
bread and butter.
confident that it ii not (and trusts that Vel
it will not be even deemed) obtrusive in for',
him, hutnble as he is, to attempt the pa
discussion of political questions prep Btr
nant with the fate of civil and religious gel
liberty. Though an alien by birth, as
an adopted citizen of Ohio, to whom a- td
lone his allegiance is due, be has as ed
deep a stake in ite welfare and the per. &
manency of free inetitutione as any now t:t
live citizen. and will yield to none in i,,,
ardent devotion to the great conserve
live principles of the Democratic party, ev
'as laid down by the "venerable sage of rdaci
The Democracy of Ohio and of the r,
Union, are unfortunately Jlefeintid, and re
Federalism triumphantlrand insulting
ly rules the State and 60011 will the eon.
Mersey; and Federalism will, under r,
the plausibie name of "sliadisonion De- st
mocraey," continue to rule, unless met di
at the firet onBct by the Democracy, ar
rued with the weal.ona of the invinci- tc
ble phalanx of '98. tc
The Federalists have reached power fr
by fraud and humbuggery on their part, !A
and by the culpable neglect of a strict :
and scrupdlona adherence of their op.
ponents to the Republican doctrines of ti
, '9S. Dic party can long retain power ei
in this country, by any other mean than a
a strict adherence to the political doc
trines laid down by Mr. Jefferson, which it
include, 1st. An uncompromising hos. d,
Way to the exercise, by the Federal 1!
Government, of any power not plain4
and inlentionally doIegated in the Con- t
' etitution, or ab,olutely "necessary and t
' proper" to carry tootin one of the dale- 61
gated powers into eff ct. 2d. That the ,
States individnally have the unquestion
able right to jud,,,e of all infractions of
1 .he cotiOiluitotitit cumpitCit and of the
mnde and measure of redoes.
The first doctrines have been fairly
and opeuiy brought into the late can- t
vase, end ably defended by the Demo 1
cratic party. They, however, have 'I
been doomed to defeat; and that,. too, 1
by the aid of many who profess to be- 1
lieve in both. The lad doctrines, un- 1
fortunntely for the success of the firet,
r have been left entirely out of view; and ,
1 bad they been brought into the canvass,
and defended with the same ability as
the first. feel confident that Ine clan- '
9- gets which now threaten our free insti
tutions, would have been averted.
If the Sovereign States of this Can'
r federacy could possibly have ample ee
twit), th:t their Fedetat unlit snit!
r never violate the giet of these Republi
Y doctri es, the application of the sec
e old "to arrest theprogress of the evil,"
would be uselems. But our history is
d replete with Federal usurpations, to
- wnich the State have too often tacitly
e submitted; and this submiesion of the
Stole necessarily invites further And
,d more daring usurpations, which must
It ultimately consolidate all pover iu the
What usurpations the next four years
are to produce is not uncertain, if we
are to Judgeifrom the claims to power '
set up by the dominent party, end the
,da pledgali of their resident elect, in hie
id Dayton speech, to violate the Conatitu
is lion if he ehould be chicle& lie, who,
Ye in advance, unmaeked, and even con
1Y trary Ito his opposition to "pledges,"
would "pledge" himself to violate the
ii; Constitution, which, if elected, he
Ir. would be solemnly sworn to support,
'le must indeed have beau assured that he
tr. wee the candidate of a party who advo
wed ueurpetione, end -were the sworn"'
maga captim, teceiving. a note
from a ludy requesting 'the pleasure of
hie company,' understood it as a cons.
pliment to those under bis command,
and marched the whole of them so the
THAT'S A FACZSpeaking, of- the
pickpockets banging about the-. United
Slates Bank the New York Herald
shrewdly adds, !but after ell the depreda
lions, caused by the pickpockets,. out
side the Bank, cannot begin to compare
with the depredationa that base for
months been committed by '.the pick.
would probably cover the amount stolen
by the former; whereas the latter have
within the last three years picked thw
pockets of the community of from 20,.
000,000 to 00,000,000, and it is ' use
less to offer a reward for its recovery.'
Eindoo Beauly.--Many orate Hindoo ...-
;v7ithin the last three years picked lb
women (color excepted) present- the pockets of the community of from 20,
beau ideal of female beautythe long 000,000 to 00,000,000, and it is: use
flowing hair, the large and melting eye. less to offer a reward for its recovery.'
the well-formed nose and mouth, the .
gracefol neck and bust . . . . but riere Tut TRUTI19-1Pa,' said a little whits
We muat atop, end throwing the waving haired urchin as he was , eyeing some
snow.white "doupeuttah" over the left bank notes his father woe coating.
shouldei, to conceal charms which it &why- do they put the pictures of farmers
half discoveis. we wind it round her mechanics and working men - ell bank
slender waist and wellrounded hips, and billet"I don't koow 'my eon. -.Well
ailowing it to descend belt way 'down I do, I've just foun'd out. lee be.
the leg, the simple toilet of the II
"---11" cause they have to suffer more than oth '
deo girl" is complete, who, in point of
grace and loveliness, mightvie with the
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er people when the batik Wis.'. 1' '''!
gorgeous, jeivelled, and more artificial fl
,uIIALLENDED Hist.--It wee. nparted
beauties of 'European saloon. . in Galveston on the 29th ult,y that f the
make II , - Vice President (Burnet) . had ;Wien ,.
PRETTY ICEENo-gMY clear,!, iaid a id Ex,President Houston to eghA 0 duelf, '
gentlemakto a young lady to whom he
thought to he Married, 'do you wish to INDIANA IINATOL0410XSINtet IIIII'S -,,,
fool of mer 'No.' rePlied . the row, whig, . has been elected LI. ti,Sel-i, r
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PROPHECY OF LORD BYRON, I live? Pow You mulataia you von vifspour POWER OF INDUSTRY. ' . . atom the Ohio Statesman.)
alisiterCibleNdGp.art:11110 tbhige hi:rd.:nu 61 ridtitelt:I:h1.:. - ,
if - enemies ofleffersonian Democracy
, In relation to the Emperor Napoleon. The little milling I It wu a beautiful expression et a Chinese TO THE DEMOCRAVy 0F 01110. Aud who eon doubt that they eret
Eugheb womee by consumption may be
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removal of the remains of Napoleon, from the I (My little aqua?' age, that by time and industry a mulberry leaf No. l Whet ere their leading Ineasulepi The
elosumption el' the butte Deb's, the
1 . l 'Enfansvat vou call de litul brad' becomes a silk shell I but if the statement be Fellow daze's: ..k..... .,.1 TT;....1 Qt.i.. 11..1. IL. they lead. atid Mirth IO ttitt t:ibil.a- ms ' t