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CITY OF LANCASTER
ITIoud ty ETCMin?,Ofl. 3-5, 1S33
DisiEi Yiisiti i i" Moke! Tliis
mnminiT rfcpiV(l a
uespaun stating j a
that Daniel WrW died ywrU.jr -or.- ;
ing at 31 o'clock.
previously prepared ua for the result,
Nation is now called upou to mourn the lo e !
of anther greatinteilcct.probably the great., r'an scrip which U in circulation will re
, ,, ' ir i i r . k i : ii- .... ceivea market vaue, so ihut it will be pos-
. est of them all. . He has It-ft behind linn the . ... , . . ' B . . .-,;.;, . .
recordsof hi mighty power, which will be;
reau wnerever me r.ngusn longuu io miuwu
t ... . r i; 1. :. I '
an J auu.ircu as
,1 ' ..,t..;.Kt .!.. ii...
he oneo Slid of eiiolhrr. !
;taa no;v U-aP?!!eJto himself. "How lilila jfore he ,cft CimilUv, tll0 .tJorroan
is there of the great and gooa Hint can die! , committeo in PUiUdt-lphiar. Tbu instruc
!,To their country they yet live, a.r.J live forev-. tionti he left shows, b;- says, that it was not
.!! ; all tlixt n-i...iii!.t. r.mim. ' his iuteiition to anply the avuiU of that
branceof men cn earth: in the re
' proofs of their great actidns, iD the offspring J
, o( their intellect, in the deep engravtdliues j ,
.oi public grutitude, and in Ihe. respect mid ;
homage of mankind. A
superior anu i-oin-
manding human intellect, a truly great man,
.when Heaven vouchsafes so rare a gift, is ;
. nn ton,ni,r Anmn. hnrninn l..il.lli- ff i
. , ... . .... !
aw, n,.-, anu men giving piacc 10 returning
darkness. It is rather a spark of fervent
hem t, as well as radient liffht, with power tG
enkindle the common mass of humun minds;
so that when it glimmers its own decay, and
finally goes out iu death, no nijht follows, J
but it leaves the world ul) light, all ou fire
from the potent contact ot iu own spirit,"
'Let his faults lid burled in his tomb.
' A Good Ex!urLE. A gtod ciiir.en of
Pennsj-lvanie, who has business in Tc mica
BdC, passed through this city y csterdcy, ON
HIS WAY HOME TO VOTE.'. He says
he.will return to his business when he has
discharged his oliligii'luiis to his Country.
Such men u Illume helped Gen. Scott win
his finmplis lit Liiudr's Lane utid in Mexico,
nnd.-mch men will ii'-w help him win agrent-t-r
triumph i'f' ,;h fix-s of the American
Svstcm Tiju iiohlo example is worthy ol
imitation by nil good Scott men
one, ith this bolero him, remuin within a
f- w miles of the polls and not vott l
The Tariff. Wc copy the following
articles from a Tree-trade journal:
Railroad Iron. Tho price of railroad iron
in England ha." gone up from &2 I to 831 per 1
uu mi, u'w, immi wui mm , w vi ...... m . ... ,
. 0 per (on t,o the duty, thus increasing the
protection on our side.
-' Woolen Manufactures. There are many
material changes going on in tho woolen
'manufactures. Besides the Wiecupo Wool-
ll Factory, the tain of which was made a
lew duys since for i2t!,y00, its cost three
' years ago being iJIQO.OOO, wo observe that
Burlington Mill is to bo sold next week to
' the highest bidder. '
V , Thus coolly dors a free-trade journal dis
pose of two fuct having an important bear
ing upon fine of tho great questions in issue
H this canvass." The rise in Iron would to
some extent, obviate tho necessity for pro
tection, and yet ut the very same time, im-
- l'r thi ad valorem lurid", it doubly increases
the cvt to. tho 'consumer. Under specific
dolief-', there would ho no additional protce-
' t . n WMEH-PROTECTION IS LEAST
M iM' DITt. Tho fact is worth a dozen the
ir soon as railroad manufacturers in
-im.V 'ii- li ;.v are crushed, up goes the price of
. iw -DP GOES THE DUTY. : ,,
-T"-- "i''1 of a Woolen Factory which cost
", !'0. ''on, for ai2n,000, ii nd the offer of nnoth
rr m hi. h bus been crushed.ls very coolly an
nounced as "material changes iu woolen
manufactures." This is emphatically a great
country fostering British enterprizo nt the
' exjiense of its own! '
lino. -We have no desire to brvnit, brag
or croutw any Imps tlmt cannot bo realized.
But the luto o'ection, tho largo gains with a
small vote, and the increasing popularity of
' Gen. Scott among the miiesus, lead us to be
lieve that Ohio will east her electoral vote
- for the man distinguished by his forty odd
years of patriotic and successful services.
Bear this fact in mind und seo to it that EV
ERY VOTE IS POLLED! Our Congn s
slnnal ticket was only beuten about 3,000
votes, and Gen. Scolt will run very faruheud
"Boys do you hkar That I" The Cin
cinnati Gazetto hits tho vote for members
of Congress in the whole State, and the Lo
cofocomujority does not exceeduc Ihnutaiul.
One thing you can rely on, us Leslie Combs
says, "VVo've got 'em miro" in November,
"Boys do you hea' thai!"
One Grand Fizlk! Our Club meeting,
on lust Monday night, was not as large us it
ought to have been, and the Locofooo papers
of this city gruw quite merry over it. The
.only rcRRnu for the slim attendance was the
fuct thut a mi.iunilerstiin ling existed, and nu
. notice was given until luto in the evening1,
too luto to In- "mi by. any one iu lime to
inaao ui. .rrangemr-,,, attena. Mo mucli
for thut- AowlurtliU. On Saturday, bills
were issued and a foruign speaker posted for I An insuno Jew died at tho House of Indus-: men tliero are going to teetotally demolish
the Hickory Club meeting. Tha uttendunco ! lry' ls,"'. last week, at the age of thirty j the one thoiisuiiil majority, made up of fraud
... ..l.rm. st the Knoti IM..K . I X""- This is the first Jew thut ever be- ult-nt votes and county seutopcrutors.attl.o
ing: xir. ivugy sposo nan 01 mrsu away
. f - . 1 iii-.r .1..
aud our friend Mcv uighfini-hcil thu work
the ollice-holders and their attaches ulu.ie
romoiningiWe hope our contemporaries mill
continue their merriment. "It was one
BunoLAr.s Abroaii. Wc
, . .
few davs since in Rushville. a number of
houses were entered by some persons, who " ,l10, WUBl,!l'r IH 'vriiUle, a beginning will
j soon bo mudii upon pork packing. I)urinir
contmued heir depredations for three .uc.j10 ,,Mt seuson. our varim.s sh,gh,eri!!g
cessivo night. 1 he only nieces they met; and packing establishment have enlarged
with was iu She ofli.ee of our old rrioud, r. their luilliit;i; and with greatly increased
Hyde, who, wc are sorry to leurii, lost some I
forty dollurs. In such cases, revolvers make I
vory good sleeping companions.
111.1. 1 i.iia. v iirjpi-ciru 1-iri-iillli.iiiiiMi'H
prevent Governor Letcher aid Mr. Corwin
... 11 ..1 ..1
from filliu "he appointment heretofore un-
nounced, by arraiigiiunt, In the Journal.
We learn that Governor L. will ho on hand,
however, to rpcuk ut vnrijus points to be
hercRi't. r ileHo-nute-l. It is alwuys a matter
01 rei;n-i in mius siiouju Do disappoint -
ed, oi i l ie tlmt a disposition exists to
.fvry practical precaution seainst It. but
11 -.Mil sometime happen and cannot bn
fcMped. It anyetof boy know how to
stand up to causalities, it I the Chippewa
boys. Whatever happens, they "Push on
their column!" and when they don't push it,
it goes on of itself. Hurrah for Bcott! Q.
K'OMUTH AND TH REVOLUTIONARY
League. A letter from Kossuth, addressed
to the Congress of tha American Revolu
tionary Fund Tor Europe, appears in the
New York newspapers, in which he givea
encouraging accounts of Hie progress of
the liberal cause iu Europe. He says the
Hungarians are prepared to rise en ni'i.ve on
the first tuiniimui; in Germany the idea of
uepu-iic is uuiiy ganniig Kraunu, anu u
" " " "
crpnsin" the mean of carrvin 'on the revol
Tb:,,ii(1n wlipn it is ne.a boron. Tha moment
the tight .commences, he says, "the Huuga-
ihln fur thnao nh.i iiiiv ml it in,ivfi,it ft, :
WHit the issue oltlio war to realise the val- j
ue oi meir stuCK. i nrec Herman niHriou,
. ..... .m g- ... .
ha concivti. should be chosen ta inanamt
.1 . I Itil 1 . t
inc luno Ancnerm aucy 01 me tiun-
.'loan exclusively to his own country; but he
cmaucinatiuu of Germany.
WiiKis.lK: () Your GiiABn. The' fast ,
Hltitmnf lit rhfiil liv ihp 1 .iimfnrn !u ' nK.
i:,.). iu 1C form of u law enncted bv Con-
Uress, a false statement of the views of Gen. !
Scott on the Naturalization Laws
DO tlOllOl at Oil llllt Hint perSOHS
be busied in proclaiming from -how to (lie e-'
tion, that G-n Scott hasdrawn up, ready !
topubniit to Congress, this form, or thut instullinents of thirty-seven thousand five
Congress, at his request, had alreudy passed hundred dollars (.$37,1500) each, beginning
this law, compelling all foreigners to serve in Monday next, the 20th instant, aud term
one year in the Army or Nnvv, before they I inatiiig on Monday, tho 1 til of October.
I . i:..a.i lir IVl.,.,,lu 17 I'l.u A Inn... . ....
nrand this story as filse and malicious, no
j mutter who asserts ii.wln ther the pelly re
tailer of lies, or the vile and more disgrace
j fill leader who innkes some pretensions to
j honesty and intelligence. Zanrs.Cour.
A Cai-ital Joke.
During the meeting i
on Tliurcday.und whilo Mr. Jones, of Cir-'
cleville, was speaking, the infamous Doc. j
Olds strayed into the t.ourtyara ilr. J., tous distribution among tho rank and filo of
was alluding to the indescribable meanness t)ie ar,y( anJ furtv thousand dollurs (40,
ofthe Locoloco eucmicH of Gen. Scoll, who , ooo) reserved for other, necessary military
charie Hint hej has received $240,000 from j purposes.
the Government as though the brave old ve- j jy. This order will be read at the head of
leran had stolen the money whereas lit
was never fully repaid for the disbursements
iiiiiuu (mi autiiuiii, ui iiur iiuvLTUiiJCiiti
"llowevor," said Juiipb, thit
'2 10,000 isjust what Doc. Olds Kulnrnhrd
l" ine imiiuiiii!7 no ii K oi lyircievuie, IMIICII
broke down, and involved ho many in
It it said the Corwin-investipralor blushed
through his green spec! Sal. Claz.
The Rmirr SriRiT. A Whig friend in a
I neighboring county writes thus;
"We can easily ovrrcomo tho majority a-
gainst us in Ohio. In our county every
Whig ami doubtful voter will be j;ot to tho
polls, und ull honorable meuns lidunted to
obtain recrui s from Urn other puny. Some . n"y oilier paper, in denunciations of the in
volunteers have already entered tho Ber- competency of Gen. Scott! Wouldn't it be
vico. I have no hesitation in saying that if ' wt'" ,or tl)0 e'I'tors of that Imniaculute sheet
the Whigs of other sections of the State do 10 a Mansfield Life of Scott, berore
their duty as we intend to do ours, we will ! 11,0 election ! The Enquirer has not been
he able to sny 'we huve met the enemv und j llUl tu B a single ijualilication for Ilia
they are ours.'" . j Presidency in the character of lien. Scott;
", ! perhaps if it were to seek Information in
fjT-Gen. Scott stiirtcd as a captain in sotne sources less suspicious than the col
l Ii e nrmy and fought up lo the position of 'unins of Loco Foco newspapers, it might
coinniunder-in-chief. Gen. Pierce started learn who and what Gen. Scott is, before
as u Brigudier General and fought up to no ; election duy rolls urouiid. But isn't it a
wiil.Ki:! Gen. Scolt sturlcd on foot and beautiful spectacle, to s 'e an enlightened
rod? up to the back of a wur-horse where ' editor, exhibiting so profound an ignorance
ho remained u couspicious mark tor t lie on -
einy's bullets in every war. Gen. 1'ierce
eliirlml nn n II i.ln m.i ,iiv ulai.il " ml itimlutl
,i. r.... i....,i, ii.. I.. in,,,!,
uvriv iiu iuui uni.ni limn tiit-i o ,11" iiuinu
before his first war was ended. Krntucty
A . t. I.. I.-
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4 Hi., ,,, ,.i iM,n,..i..ini,i,. !.,. .1..,. I ii,i ....
sibbbi.ih.ri's in i tKMULVAHi.-J uuir
extiu assessments of voters can ho made
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between the Slato and Presidential election
in thut State, the law on the subject hnving !
been repmiled. Under this decision thoee i
not having paid tuxes for the l.-iftt two yours,
and having neglected lo bo ussessed, previ- j venliou has been concluded between the
ous to the late election, will not be entitled , United States nnd Prussiu) by which u clos
to vote for President. ' ed mail is hereafter to he regularly exrhang-
. . i.. ! rt.l liplivnpn tho fiUiii,it nf Npw Vnrlrmil
New England LignoR MtRciiASTs cow -
inotoNew York Merrimuc, tho Huston
correspondent of tho Newbury port Herald
soys: "A number ol tho largest importers
of wino and spirits in "New England will re -
move their business to New York next year,
unh.'ss sumo modification of the liquor law is
effected this winter. Tho town agencies
will have to resort thither to legally obtain
0i7"If the friends of Pierco a ml Kiiiir, in the
j reduction of their uiujorily iu Ohio during
1 0110 year 2II.0U0 to lu.OOU, find cause fir
I rejoicilig, hut kind of miinifoHtntioiis may be
I anticipated on the ild ol next November, ul-
... ""I"""". ',"7" u ' ' lor correspondence to and from countries
" "wro "l 'J'tt'w';tokp,!',hB beyond the postal Union; the rates or pns
exhibition will destroy ho sale ol comic ul- 1 Crtltti1ijhe()i prB.p,ylm.l,t uf wbich t
...uuues lor a tnno.-.W.Vn.i Merger. . . ' .l J()1).ionu, un ... r
Smith OTIimfn It Is feared tlmt this'Hillri nnJ il is expected the orrangement will
nohlo Irish nutr ot and niu'rtvr is not destined
Linn- for lliis life. It is niiiil hn is sh.ulv
oussiiiir nwuv. oopressed bv ill health and
melancholy.' We trust his epitaph muy be ! "'I'J" '. re to bo sent to postmaster
written with Einuielfs, by a free country, 1 generally throughout tho United States,
and in the of that country's oppressor, j I(IKAM0U!i!We havo secii two" or throe
There is ,1 hea vy day of retr.hulion I.ihij;hiV i,,,, documenU ent out from W.tthliiff.
overhngland lor the wrongs ofpoor Ireland lo) ,.oi, witll eluJoruttf cavi8 BMj ,,-.
The Blue Riuuk Tunnel Tho work- lructionsof almost every act in Scott's life;
men have penetrated the mountain ubout i uml "-niptiug to brand him with all sorts
1.100 feet from th western base, and about ;of nl"ou charges. The men who wrote
800 feet from the eastern side making 1,. 1 " "-'" who promulgate it may be bet
000 feet. They uro arching ut each eud!,!!Ml'u" otintho Penitentiary; but if so,
wilh brick and stone. It is the intention of ""7 ,!l,S',t l? 8"W ll UY l,""r c'luct. No
'the comnanv. however.' not tu arch tbn
whole tunnel, but only about
each end. .
nu. ; .
Death or a Jkv at the Pooh IIoisk.
, ciiino a public charge in thn cily of Boston,
the memory of the oldest 'city offi-
i ,llH.- ..D cYTrrv.'-J Parker-
i market lor all good hogs und cuttle, and ure
. Puy"K 5 per hundred for boos, and 3,5()
j -1 'i ir caiiie.
One concern liiirf niiri'liiiMMil
h , i.iuuvuvni, i mm mnii - un villi u i.nLi
,111 1 I lk.... ...1. . . 1 .'. . . .... I.
" ' " U" nogs, 10 weign auoti.s.
ul ntT nuiiurcd.
: uugtitering will probably becin to-dav and :
1 tuci lines, are prepureii to give th iiruilt..Mt
I despatch in the prosecution of their bimlnPM.
for sale, will find il to thoir Interest to cull
Drovers and others having lings and cattle
before selling. Alton
I e ,i, .
Markets. The Cincinnati i'rics
Mil soys, thut in Hog the contract for th '
! pust week or two have been light, without
j any change in price, several thousand hav- j
j ingsold within a few days, for futuro deliv-!
1 cry, at o,3 por 100 lbs. not.
I The New York Commercial soys .in re-
card to Wool: The market since our lut
issue has been very active, and an advance
obtained on prices asked at the commence
ment of the month.
OCTlt Is said there are now thirteen em
igrant ships on thuir-way toGaWston,fim
different points in Germany.
"EJTIIA COHFOBT8 FOR fcTIIE
WOUNDED AND SICK IN IIOS
"Xintty thousand dollars to the purchase of Wan
letsar.il shoes for gratuitous attribution a'
mong the ran'c and fih f the army'.'"
Tlio following is a portion of the order
i!jstfd by General Scott, three day after
his trlnmphant entry with the American Ar
my, into tha ancient City of Mexico
13. The administration of justice, both
in ntlfl lt.linin.1 ............ tk...llrll tllA
ordinary courts of the country, shall 0.
whereand in no decree, bo interrupted by
anv officer or soldier of the A niorieail forces, '
except, 1. In cases to which nn ifficer, '
iJ""r,"S'r,,liBt"","iur o"""v' " " 4
.1.1;,.. . . ............ ... r.lt A. nr lha A.
.merican Army may be a party: and 3
casos that is, profecuiions against I
other iuilividiiuls on the allegations that they
have given friendly information,, aid, or -1
stance m the American lurces.
14. For the ease and aetfy of both par-
ties, in all cities and towns occupied by the I
I American Arinv, a Mexican police shall be grounds for confidence in tho vote of Penn-
'.establish-d uuJ dull' hurmouized with lliui.i.lui tt i ft Mdiito Tmtw tlinuit nliotffl fTivln.
military Police ofuid forces. I
15. Thi splendid capital its churches j
and ruliiioua worhip.i(s convenUand mon- !
n ! it ii i ulilliil a lit and nr.inprl v nrA
moreover, iihu ed under the Stieeml afr-
gu.irdof the fuilli and honor of the A incri- !
consideration of tiie foreeoiiig
protection, n contribution of $150,000 is inl
posed on its capital to be paid in four weekly
thorily of the city, is especially charged
with the collection and nuvment of the
Id. Of the whole contribution to be paid
oror to this Army, twenty thousand dollars
' shall lie utinriinrinti'fl In thn lmrrlinsn nf ex-Ira
comforts fo'r the wounded and sick in hosoi-
tal ninety thousand dollurs (00,000) to the
purchase of bluiikels mid tiliocs for gratui-
,cvory company of the United States forces
Lcrvinin Mexico, and translated into Span-
irfli fur tlio inl'ormitlioii of Mi.vifniifi
I liy command of Major-General Winfield
I H. L. Scott, A.A.A.G.
, Ignorance! Itis positively astonishing
; td ijeo how ignorant some people will be in
! spi c of nil tho cfiorts of their friends to en
lighten them. Our friends of the Enquirer
nlllli.nr In tmlimir In itliu fliia nB ia .luiii'tv
shown by no article in their issue of yester
day, in which they stated ihutGnn. Scott
hud been a prisoner In England! ' Now isn't
this a rich blunder to be made by n newspu-
i Per which has abounded, more than almost
jot tno lite ol a cunilniiito lor the rresnleucy
liust ou toe evo ol tho election, wh
Ijusi ou the evo of tho election, when that
' lif'ii lin, limin hi.fnrM Ilia iiimiiti. mi iiiiiiim i
i.,i .n,u... u,n ... , .1 1 ., .. i .. , ..... i... ..
j.iiii) hiih nu um ii i ii.i 11 u, ii iiiiiv nmii
there was no motive for misrepresenting- it.
i K our eutemporary had blundered upon the
life of Pierce, we .voiild rendily have excus-
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i ,.i I: hut 1,1 h,.lraso ban v iteil nn irn
w ,t- uul. i, ui'iitiyau uun if leu Ull Iii 10-
' .,, . c '. " ... .
." " "'""" """X
auust-d mm, in every siyie, so many mon ns,
is nioiistroii" and unpardonable. Cm, ba:.
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Postal Convention Betwrkn tub Uni-
i ted States and Pkussia.-
-A postal con-
1 Aix-la-Chapelle, and Boston and Aix-lu-
ChapeHe. via Loudon and Ostend-tl.9 most
expeditious route to the continent. A uni-
furil. oostaim rato uf thirtu cmts. of which
1 pre-pnyniPiit is to bo nptional in both coun -
j trios, has been agreed upon as regards all
letters addressed from any port of the Unit-1 wnrdi Tle80 two gentleman kept tho
C'l Slates to nny purt of tho Gerinau-Aus- ! . .. . ... ,, ., .... , ...
trian Postal Ui'on, (embracing Prussia, all l"c oud,L,,ce toBelhor unUl elcvca
tho German Slates, and tho whole of the ! o'clock, and tho utmost enthusiasm pre
Austrian Empire,) and from any purt of Ihe ' vuiled throughout. The speeches were able
(ieriiiHn-Austriuii Postal Union to uny part 'ni impressive, and In their remarks about
o, .nu w . ... . ....u. x m.,.t .v.. l ...
i i,n ..;.-iv .i. tt.i i...i, .1...
Linn ..ii.i. 1111111 vru .iuiiii, w .1,1 vine niv
' .. ....
Provision is likewise made
!k Hilly into effect on or ubout the first of
i "0X1 llu.llltl. 111 tne mean lime, postage la
1 biw' containing particular instructions on
lll"lll'r- imtiKies, ine rKDPiE will tuKo cure
i ' their fronds. Journal.
Goon FOR Lucas. A letter to the Cleve-
lust election. All we have to say, is do it.
Scott never was whipped and is too old to
OoTuiiEH. Mr. Nichol-
j as Perry, residing e
rhoster. Vs., haspn
ight miles west of Win-
litiu n,.unnl,i,l ,1... u.ll- l.n
. nuniit,li,..n i.rilmi tn,... i..;k . n... r ......
: hemes, rod ripe and fully matured.
j are tho second growth for this your.
, B00 School House Meetings for Scott,
ory night from this till electinn, Sundays
i excepted? might frighten the Pierce men
! mid '-e them feel faint; so we will say
j nothing ubout II, but they do say Scott
cuds tho co uinn. Jaarnat.
1 HS 'b"-"'es. 1 n tiioucoterf,3ias.j
'Telegraph reports (hat the vessels from the
1 '?BJr "f Bl Lawrence are returning home.the
1 ""hmil season drawing to a close. The vig
ilance of the British vCMUidi, in nrnunti,.r
- 1 encrouchinenta. Wna in nn ilimrun .hnlait
. ' "' "b,"
Is it sol Does Democracy require per
sons to voto against the brave dofenders of
tlieir country! If not, why vote against
Scott! We would rsthor not be such a
Democrat a that. Journal.
A New Law Upon Patents has appear
ed t Vionna. No patent will be granted
except to the inventor nimieit; ana the in
ventor, if a foreigner, muit previously have
taken out a patent in hie own country.
Other wise ail foreign invention! may be
freely imitated in Austria.
I hi. 1 11 1 1 niiMtniri
Tuesday Evening, Oct . S6, 183
Good Tidihgs. A letter from Washing-1
ton City, under date of the 21st, is filled with !0f
glad intelligence. Say. the correspondent,
"the late election in Pennsylvania, Uho'
resulting disastrously to our State Candida-
ten, has reveaieu to us ma grauiying laci
that we cm carry Pennsylvania in Novem -
ber, and it may now be set down as certain WORK! and the day will be ours. Re
Ihat weshnll. Official retorus from fifty-one member that, '
counties show that 40,713 of the votes giv-
jen in 1848 were not polled, of which 30,193
i were Whig. These are more than enough
to have civen m an ovflwlipliiiiiicr victory.
go f therefore, from beine despondent,
we are full ot confidence; for we uotc know
what our real strength u. We shall Have
nil these votes out in November, and more
rrom the other side. Active efforts are be-
. . , . . , ... ,
'"gniade for tins purpose, and will be con-
. ; i a . i i & t . nr. i. .a(.o '
ueu up loineiasi nour. e nue umcr
.... ... . s . pE
OlIlO lifts dono nolllv -far better than WO
Iwid fliroil tn nnti('innti. Tllnrft than half of '
1:l!,t vear.B (lihoartcitiiin' mnioritv has already I
ibeen swept away in the late conflict; and !
we feel full assured that, with another effort j iR0'VED by the strongest proof, and shows
like the last, and with Scott to "lend the j tlut t(,0 natural ally of the Native Ameri
culumn," all remaining opposition will be J can party is the Loc.ofoco party. This also
scattered like chaff before the whirlwind. proves the desperation, and want of truth in
Rely upon it, then, that victoky is ourh,
if we only huve the will to win it. Vermont,
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut
New York, Delaware, Maryland, North
Carolina, Florida, Kentucky .Tennessee, and
California, are all with us. OHIO will as
suredly be with us, and PENNSYLVANIA
will not be omitted in this glorious constel
lation. , .
Call upon your friends, theiefore, to stand
friKN FIGHT HARD ASt) YIELD NOTHING.
j Let the battle cry go through the ranks
i "to work whigs! have evert voter out."
To this labor, let every good Whig give
I his earnest, zealous, efforts. - Let this be j
idone, and done thoroughly; and wo may
i then count with full confidence on a victory
worlhv of bein? chronicled with Uhipncwa:
Churuhusco ! ! and Chupultepec! ! !
ON.THEN, TO VICTORY!"
- The Election dat Aituoaches! Be
ware of frauds! Beware of undue influenc
es! Vote the convictions of on honest
mind! Bo freemen and reject with scorn'
every effort made to change your delibcru-
i lively formed intentions. Gen. Scott has,
j for over forty years, devoted himself to the
service ol his country, and has NEVER
FAILED in tho performance of public du
ties. He bus NEVER STOOD BACK in
; the hour ofdanger. ,' He has NEVER FAL-
I TERED in the hour when his eltorts were
j required. Is it possible, then, that yon, an
American citizen,' can hesitate to voto for
him, when there stands opposed to him a
man, who, sny his own biographers, prefers
the "peace und quiet" of his own horn to
'public service!" If merit, if distinguished
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pub ic serv ecs.il years of patriotic devotion
1 ' 1 . , .
to tho country's interest", ore worthy of re -
. w ard , I lien , iimce
indeed, does Gen. Scolt stand'
j forth, a head - a ml shoulders above them nil,
deserving of your support. We appeal to
you, Americans, to throw aside party prrju-
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ulni iii l hi i.nir ii i-iii nful Iriiiinni
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!g.illantly sustained the flag of your country ,
both at home and abroad. ou can
vote for no worthier man, you can sustain no
worthier principles. Vote, vote
dictation, vote as freemen, and we
i then that vour vote will be for WINFIELD
v. r.T.wTrVrn Hv fnr "ih, 1 .r.rost
! r"E Cl,,rrl;WA CwaBy fur tho l.ugos
i evening meeting oi mo campaign convencu
1 t the Court House, last evening, to hear
the sneochesof Messrs. Fitzgerald and Ed-
jti.eninnjeMofOen .Scott.muat havema 'e
! such men leol, if they have any teehngs
leit. . mere nrgumeuiH upon tno lar.ll furnintio th,lt no hothen nations are in
question had a good effect. They spoke rrears Tor the butcheries they have perpe
frum experience and the conclusions to j (rated 011 the human rucc. They pay cash
iw. ... 1... .
w",u' ",r vu,lll7 up,u.m.u .
; free-trade men. Prof. Fitzgerald's remarks
upon this subject wero truely eloquent, as
was his speech throughout. The meeting
was a glorious one, and will havo a
Inuki'endEmT Freemen! You live in a
country wnere encn voter nas a rigtit to ex-
erciso his own judgment. No man dare of-1 when a man drove up with a barrel of whis-
fr to control your voto by any other means 1 ky; an old Indian who wus sitting by, fixed
than that of argument. If he does, ho is 1 bi" ,on t,,e uur!;el' nd after looking car
, 1 j . , l 1 nestly for sometime, asked Mr. R. if he
liable to be punished. Many of you, who kcv whal Wtts , tlat barTeU jjo said it
have hitherto acted with the Opposition, now j iis Whisky, ho presumed. "No," said the
desire to cast your votes for Winfield Scott.
Do so, without four, and no man dare molest
you. Thank God! wo live in a country
where man i free, and the petty tyrants who
would control him by the despotism of par
ty, cannot fetter his judgment or in anywiso
control his actions. If tiio attempt
is mndo, let the fact be published, and these
petty tyrants will find that they live in a
country where tho laws visit them with its
severest penalties, and where the people will
treat them with supreme contempt.
Look well to your Tickets. Tho Eagle
hits again raised the cry of fraudulent tick
ets. This looks suspicious. Beware! Ex
amine your ticket well before 'yon vote.
Get it of poind good man whom you know.
The Locofocos know that their doom is
sDuled in Ohio, when "Scott leads tho col
umn," and their efforts should bo closely
watched. The leaders will resort 'to any
tnni to deceive voters and triumph over the
man who was never yet beaten. But do
your duty, and the State is safe. -
FlLLlBUSTERlNU IN KENTUCKY. The
Louisville Journal, of the 13th inst.,says:
"We ourselves know the fact that prepara
tions have long been in progress for another
Cuban expedition, the design being that it
should be far better arrangod and more form
idable in numbers than the former ones."
Profitable Farmiro. A farmer in Euc
lid, Ohio, has this season raised 3000 bush
els of potatoes on 10 acres of ground, and
marketed them in Cleveland at 60 cents per
Cheering News! From all parts of the
State, the clad tidinm coma that the Whiza
,re WOrk. Be not behind them. Whins
Fairfield. Whin of Madison. Clearcreek, I
Am411ja Bloom( Violet,' Liberty, Walnut, 1
Greenfield, Pleasant, Richland, Rushcreck,!
Berne, Hocking! Nearly all ofynu can do ',
nmch bctter lnan you j;j t the Slate Elec-'
tion - pater not, now. Hesitate not.
"SCOTT LEADS THE COLUMN,"
And bear in mind that, upon all occasions,
when his efforts were domanded for his coun
try, he cheerfully devoted himself to her in
"NEVER LEAD TO DEFEAT."
Astoundiho Developem ests ! Attem- j for himself in that body, he sought and se
Tioh, Citizehs or Foreign Birth! Atten- cured a seat iu the Senate. After a few
ITiok, Iveks of truth, tBTHEBE:-
news has just been confirmed,
LEVIN, the Leader and hit Church Burning
Fotlmeers, are now opioiing the electionof (kn.
Scoll, with as much bitterness and malignity,
as when they fired the churches of God, in
which the Catholics of Philadelphia county
worshipped. They are also supporting the
.Litwin ftf fl.n Piprpi. iii unlid riilunm hv
every means that can be devised. Thus the
charge of Native Amercun against .the .whig
1 u... nar Catioral Ktntt IN 111 !S-
the leaders oi tne i.ocoioco party, in lorging
a letter from Gen. Scott in favor of Native
Americanism, und still persisting that it is
true, keeping it at tie head of their column
and grossly inxuttivg the good sense of their
own party, and attempting to impose on our
naturalized citizens, X 111. AL.L1&3 Ur
TIIE LOCOFOCO PARTY HAVE
BRANDED THE CHARGE AGAINST
GEN. SCOTT AS FALSE, BY OPPOS
ING HIS ELECTION AND SUPPORT
ING GEN, PIERCE. Zums. Cour.
IIoijbs and Ciiubb Auais. The London
correspondent of the U. S. Gazette, says:
"The directors of a well known insurance
office in Moorgutu street, hud assembled at
their rooms last week to hold an important
meeting. When the books and papers of
tho company were called for, the secretary
could not find the key of the large vault where
mey were Kepi. nner n unsuccessiui
search, Mr. Chubb, the maker of tho large
iron door and lock, was sent for, and was
asked if he had a key that would open the
lock. He replied in the negative. He wus
then asked if he could pick the lock. He a-
gain replied in me negative, ana ramer in -
dignantly withal, at the insinuation that his
celebrated lock could be picked! Tho direc
tors asked what was to be done! Mr. Chubb
answered that the only method by which
the books and papers could be procured was
to cut the door down. The directors would
not consent to such a proposition, and Mr.
Chubb left the premises. A messenger was
despatched to Chcapside for the American,
Hobbs, who sent one of his workmen, with
instructions to take an impression in wax ol
the keyhole of the lock. Tho man departed,
and in a few minutes returned with the im
I prcssion. Mr. Hubbs then selected a few
simple instruments, nn.l uc.compauioil his
vviirl'mnii till lip iitHttrMlu'i nfiii'i' Artprrin-
( puratinT on Chubb' lock ten minutes only,
ihe holt was turned, the door was opened,
1 nd all the books and paper were placed be-
I fore the Boiird of Directors, and to their ut-
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iter nstouisiimi in!
M-W oiik t. it v. r roin minutest indi
cations we believo Unit the envoi Iew lork
is destined to be the largest in the world.
At present it contains u.orc 1 1i ;t n one-sixth
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tj.u,vui'y nn ui.iiijr inn luiLiiiiiaus in lis ct
i iii the iiiiiiilli: country seventy years ago,
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i und our while country coiita us seven limes
, ,. uluI1 ,,.ru werL. ilt it nt ,, same peri-
! L Th(J cily ofNc. York has "rowmvitli
u..,tii,5 growth uml strengthened with tha
i it.,, n-rowlh und stroiiL'theiied with thai
j strength of our united Commonwealth., uJ
I ...lit. il. . . I..,!- ,.P -a.i..:..
1 with the saint) mighty tramp of progressive
population, which is now heard sounding
from the Atlantic to the Pacific shores, so,
from the ten thousand sources of our popula
tion, will there come those who will pitch
there touts within our walls and tuke up
tlieir abode in modern Tyro. In the natural
course of events the city of New York will
contain a population of 2,000,000 of iuliub
Stance in sixty yeurs from .he present date.
War Debts. The war debts of European
nations amount to 100,000, OOl'.'lOO. It
would require tho labor of 4 inillionsol'men,ut
I50 per annum, to pay the interest ol this
sum, at fl percent. To pay the principal, it
would bo necessary to levy a tax of nt leajt
10 on every inhabitant of the Globe! An
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inuv bo found In tho "scrans ot curious in-
(own Torn th.nt HdonP fort 10 iiv nni pr
1 . . .: . . . . y "
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L.it-.r iiniius. i.iriNiia.i nut mils n.iiiiH "irn un
tick" for that kind of service.
1l:.usTratio!. Senator Rusk, referring
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1 iuci iuui uny propusmuii urougliv 01:-
I fore Congress now, is sure to produce a vust
i number of political speeches and a large a-
mount of political capital, said, that the fact
called to his mind an incident. He wuspres-
ent oll ono UCCMloll ntau j11(iiHn ..tak
Indian "th:re areaboul a thousand songs and fif-
(rWe read" in tho Galena (III.) Advo
cute a report of a horrrihlo crime Committed
in that vicinity.' Tho father and mother of a
family died last spring. Their disease was
suppposed to have been cholera. Recent
disclosures have excited suspickn thut they
were poisoned by their own daughter, a girl
of fourteen. A young man had been pay
ing bis attentions to her, to whom the par
ents objected oil account of his bad charac
ter. To remove this obstacle, it is supposed
that the young girl consented to and coin
milted the horrible crime of parricide
Capt. Porter Ordered to Wasiiihgtph.
A despatch from Washington mentions a
rumor thut the Secretary of the Navy, has
ordered Capt. Porter, of the steamcrCresceiit
Cily, to proceed to Washington and give an
occount ol'liis recent transactions nt Havana,
It is also reported that the President and
Cabinet have disapproved of the course pur -
sued by Capt. Porter, and are determined to
withdraw him from his present vessel, and
j order him to sea immediately
CrThe Stockholders of the "Associa
tion for the Exibition of the Industry of all
Nations" are notified at New York that an
installment of 10 per cent, will be required
on or before the 6th of November next.
Madame Goldschmidt (nee Jenny Lind)
Is now residing at Leipsic, with her hus
(land's relations.. She is said to have pur
chased a house at Dresden, and intends to
make that city her future home, and leave
Gold in Lower Caiada. The Quebec
Chronicle, of Saturday, says that a piece of
gold weighing 14 lbs., the value of whichis
900, has been picked up by an inhabitant
ut the Claudier.
Geuera I Pierce's Exquisite Sense of
Speaking of Gen. Pierce's leeal career.
hU frienJ nJ b'ogT-pher, Hawthorne, says
The sanie remark may. with great propri.
cty, be applied to the throe grand divisions of
Pierce's lite the legal, the legislative, and
the military divisions. Whether ho was
smallest as a lawyer, legislator, or military
character, is a question which his friends
may discuss both with pleasure and profit.
Much may be said on either side, is -Sir
Roger de Coverley wouid say. What he
has done as a lawyer his friend Hawthorne
.cannot discover, notwithstanding his many
' and painful inquiries. All the world knows
j that nobody ever heard of him as a legisla
tor. He tried the House oi Representatives
. .v. niviHijcni. UI1U failing lO IIIUI.C I.UUJ7
iinl went home, feeline that he could verv
; " . m. .y, u r,-? S,,eu !
riven oo spureu irom me legislative halls OI
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the nation. Then he tried himself in the
position of a hero. In that line, he fainted
when he ought to have fought, and nobody
knows bow he would fight if be could only
keep from faintiug. "Ay, there's the rub,"
and tho Democratic candidato has had the
great misfortune always to faint precisely
at that point ot tunc when he was about to
cover himself with ever-blooming laurels,
und tho Mexicans with prodigious defeat.
The truth is, if we were forced to take
sides on a triangular question of snch amaz
ing difficulty, wo should despair of deciding
which sido should be ours. We think it
likely wc should toss up a cent, perhaps that
ono with which the stick of candy was
bought, and let it decide for us. If it cumo
down tail up, we should then undertuke to
xhow that he was smallest as a hero that
tlmt nonion of hjg ,ife hag ,eft fewMt male.
rials from which it could be written. The
materials offered by this portion of his life
are indeed few, and may thus be recounted:
He was in a skirmish at the National Bridge
where nobody wus killed ;he wasatContreras,
se instead of fulling on the enemy, fell on his
knee und sprained or somewhat damaged it;
he wus at Churuhusco, where he aguiu fell
on the ground instead of the enemy, and a
gain the battle was fought and won without
his assistance; he was at Molina del Rey,
ufter the buttlo had been fought; d. wus
ulsoat Chcpultepec, where he wub so unfor
tunate as to be so sick that he couldn't fi if lit.
Thus succinctly told is the career of Geu.
Pierce in Mexico. He diJit't hurt any
body, and his satisfaction is even greater
thun that of the ruinous Murut who rejoiced
that ho was not awaro of even having killed
a man, while Pierce can rejoice in knowing
that ho never tried to kill one, nnd that no
enemy was ever near enough during a buttle
1 to kill him. , Jfheis less a legislator, or as
lawyer that as a hero, he must certainly be
very small indeed. His biogrupher tells us
that ho continued to grow until he was twenty-five,
and it may bo that he muy now be
growing in his heroic tendencies and will
come out as a true hero yet. So far, haw
ever, the heroic has not grown up in him.
His shrewd biographer in alluding lo tho
career of Gen. Pierce in tho Senate says
thut Pierce, "with his usual tact and exquis
ite sense of proprioty, saw that it was not
tho time for him to steD forward prominently
Inn thn liitrlinut llinnlrn in ihn land " Wc
wonder when the time will orrive for: him to
tuke so gu'.Unt a step! If his "exquisite
nse of propriety" restrained him from
placing hiiiiself higher in the admiration of
thn public thun Clay, Webster, Calhoun,
Hent.on, Wiight, and others who where in
ihe Sen ut? while Pierce wus there, wo think
the same "e. juioito senso of propriety"
ought, to huve kept him out of the Semite al
together. The great Senators whose names
i we have mentioned arc certaiuiy very much parity of the country.
j indebted to Frmiklin Pierce's "exquisite So fur as state policy is concerned, I am
j sense of propriety." in favor of the same old democratic princi-
I But for it they would have been overshad- plus and measures which I supported in O
; owed, us the wing of an euglo overshadows hio, und which I advocated in my several
, a dozen tomtits' heads ami talis. It is ccf- ! Hics-wiges to the legislature of that State, lu
Unity tlK- most hcM-sa'jrincing incident in
the bioirruilhv of aliV mull. That Pierce
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the giants of tho Senate, tdiows that that I Touching state improvements and cur
j "exquisite sense of propriety" was inde d u j rency, I do not know thut I can express my
1 marvelous gift, quality, or attainment. Itis opinion bctter than by iriviii! ashortex-
well that all other great men are not bless-
ed with such 1111 "exquieito sense of propri-
ety," for, if they were, then they too would ; thought our present banking system objec
bn kept from becoming great nnd dislin-1 tiouuble. By the establishment of indepen
guished, and instead of rising to influence dent, local banks, we establish institutions
they would be consigned to obscurity. that are controlled by different interests,
I here would be no great men if they were
all endowed with Pierce's "exquisite sense
of propriety." It is the most complete ex
tinguisher ever put upon a big man to dwarf
him down to the proportions of mediocrity.
As it was Pierces'"exquisite sense ol pro
priety" which kept him obscure in the Sen
ate, we fancy it wus tho sume "exqusite
sence" which kept him from displaying
sohlior-likc qualities superior to thoso dis
played by Scott, Worth, and Julius Cajsar
Pillow. We suppose that, just us ho was
ubout to achieve "the bubble reputation" ut
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; Ul iiiwuui) uu nV ... mu. v mui-
Ki 8taill With b ood thn II anvhodvnlsft Wmi
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his "exquisite sense of propriety" caused
In in to hunt, and he fell Into ditches aud on I of banks. I am still in favor of such asys
"stonos of red-hot lava" and remained pant- tern of banking, and wish to see one e nib ra
ting and blowing in the rear of the grand i f.ing similar principles adopted in Iowa,
movement, while tho other Generals rushed I I am also, in favor of liberal acts of incor
onwurd and gained victories. Oh magna- notation for internal improvements and
nimity, thy nume
Louisville J urnal.
is Franklin Pierce!-
Fosteh's Quartette. We arc noti-. it , productive resources ofthocoun
fied that this company of singers will soon . ,ry- Alldlnow call the attention of the
visit Lancaster. Tho Marietta RrpuMican j citizens of Iowa to the present situation of
thus Hpe&ks of their performance in that
i city: -
j "Wo attended the concert given by this com-1
1 pany lust evening, and wo ure of the opiu-1
j ion that it was one of the best musical en-1
; tertainments we ever uttended iu Marietta, j
It is worth double tho price of admission to
hear Ihein sing "The Old Folks at Heme,"
and "Welcome to Kossuth." Go to the Liber-1
ty Hull to-niirht, and hear them. We hone
tl,..r will Iih n m. I. h.nrpr nnmhnr nrnaoni
than they hud lust evening. Their perform CBn' Xni or D,omo?ra1t' ,thev &ni me
ances ore chasto and refined." Dy their side, faithfully battling for such
. . . I importunt and essential principles and meis-
Lieut. Porter and the Administration. : ures. . Upon these principles and measures
We learn from Washington, on good author- 1 1 now suppoit the claims of Gen. Scott to
ity, that Lieut. Porter has not been detach-' the next Presidency. I believe him to be a
ed from the steamer Crescent City. He is ' man of action, and if elected, that he will
expected in Washington, and it is hejieved press forward with ' activity and real, as far
that the government do not desire to create as in his power. these great internal improve
a misumleistunding with the Cuban authori- j ment measures that will add to the prosperi
ties by forcing within their borders a gentle- j ty, wealth and glory of the nation, among
man (Purser Smith, of the Crescent City) I which I recognise as by no means the least
1 whom, in the present agitated state of public
opinion, they consider calculated to increase
it. Under the mediution of Judge Conck -
1 ling a favorable adjustment, wc learn, is con -
fidently anticipated. Bait Hun.
A Great Traveler. Mr. John Barrett,
wh has been connected with the Boston
and Lowell Railroad since it was built, is
probably the oldest railroad couductor in the
United States. He1 haa traveled over that
road during the last eighteen years over six
hundred thousand miles!
A Mammoth Hoo. There is now on ex
hibition at Calais, Maine, a hog raised by
Mr. Nathaniel Lamb, of Milltown, which
stands seven feet six inches high, and girts
six feet eight inches, and weighs twelve hun
dred pounds. It is one year and six months
old. . i - - .. . f.
CrMrs. Norton,' tried and convicted in
Marquette county, Wis., for whipping a
child to death, has been sentenced to the
State prison for ten years.
READ AND CIRCULATE.
We invite the attention sf the citiseni of
Fairfield county to the following letter
from Ei-Govsraor Lucas of Iowa. It is
plain, unvarnished statement of the present
position of the two parties, and we especial
ly commend it to the carelul consideration
of his old Democratic friends in this State.
The charge that be is in his dotage, is com
pletely and thoroughly refuted by the letter
itself. There is nothing like that iu it, and
no inan of common sense or common hones
tywill repeat the charge. . The young gen
tlemen who figure in the columns of the Eagh
and call him a dotard, CANNOT write a a
article of equal merit, if they condense
their brains intoone common head and then
reduce them to their purent state. God
never intended thai me wdow oi mem to
aether should have the same talent or exer.
cise the same influence as this same Ex-Gov
Lucas. -But to the letter: - - - .
To tin Cithetis of Iowa. .,.-.-I
perceive in the Capital Reporter of tl.s
lath Inst., an article beaded "fcx-uov. hi'
cas again," which for its deceptive profes
sions of esteem, derogatory inuendoes, ei
roneous and jealous surmises, and presumr
tious assertions, can find but fow parallelr.
The editor ,of that sheet appears to regret
that I have been drawn from my retiremei t
into the public contest for the presidency,
(which was done by articles in his own pa
per) and insinuates that I have been tamper
ed with by the Whig leaders to induce mo
to vote fur (ien. Scott, and, in conformity
wilhLocofoco disipline and practice he aims
to create the impression that I am so ex
tremely old and infirm that I am not con
petent to judge' and act for myself, which
together with every other assertion in the
articlo abov alluded to, must have origins
ted in tho editor's frantic brain, and is with
out a ptrticle of reason, truth or justice for
their support. Are Buch men as Daniel
Webster, Lewis Cass, Martin Van Buren,
Thomas II. Benton and Gov. Dodge of Wis
consin to old to exercise their own judgment,
reason and independence Are they imbe
cile! The history of our country shows that
there is not more than one year and eight
months difference between the ages of the
youngest of these and myself. This sa
pient editor in his fit of delirum alludes to
what he calls my conversion from the prin
ciples of democracy! Never was a man
mire mistaken in his surmises. 1 will in
lor.n him, as well as the citizens of Iowa
and elsewhere, that I have undergone no
conversion. I have seen no new lights; I
have turned no new corners, but still em
brace and hold to the fundamental princi
ples of democracy, which I was taught in
tho days of Jefferson, Madison and Jackson,
and which I shall ever cherish and support.
The first principle of democracy, as
learned by me, was that which granted to
every man a perfect freedom to think, judge
and act independent on all political sub
ccts, and that no man or set of men had a
right to impugn his motives or restrain his
freedom of action according to his own judg
ment and in-clination.
With regard to general policy, the demo
cratic administrations of Jefferson, Madison
and Jackson, all united to give protection to
the industry of the country; to induce man
ufacturers to make what we needed and from
such moteriuls as would render the busi
ness of the country completely independent
of all control of foreign nations. These
great lights of democracy ulso, considered
i: both constitutional and expedient, iu reg
ulating commerce between the states, to
improve rivers and harbors whenever such
improvements might be deemed necessary
1 1 advance the general interest and
j which I refer all those who may be induced
i hv thU u-rinbl lin irrnnL mnn nf Ihn Rpnnrtnr.
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I 111 iuuiiu vvj imiiiviii u 11 u dvuiu iivii.j
j tract from my inaugural uddrcss to the Icgis-
, lature of Ohio in S32. 'I have always
which frequently comcsin contact, when all
their energies are used to destroy and break
down each others credit to the injury of the
public & loss to the holders of their paper.
If a state bank was established, with a suf
ficient capital to answer all reasonable de
mands for banking within the State, with
branches at such places as might stand in
need of banking facilities, and all bound by
the ties of interest to support the credit of
tlieir paper, such a bank would sustain its
credit, give uiiformity to our currency, and
effectually secure the interests oftheneo-
" i i
pm nffuinsi nu oiu-cw ui uroRuu
V,i..lVnr li.nkin.f . Thi Wn.thA .Wwy
crutic doctrine 20 years ago on the subject
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manulactering purposes; they are democrat
ic, always have been so, and I deem them
najiniliullif ,i.i,nDd.rn Ii, atimnluln in .ullv.
Ohio, bo:u with regard to its currency and
j the prosperous condition of the various works
uf internal improvements 01 mat otate; ana
I implore them as an oiu fashioned democrat,
to listen no longer lo the syren song of the
leaders ol'locofocoism in this State, if they
wish to sec the people of the State in tho
same prosperous and happy condition.
These are my opinions, and whenever I
! see lne P.eoPle 01 i?wa rallying to tneir sup-
port, whether under the name or ItepuDli-
' important, ihe construction of a great na-
tional thoroughfare from the Atlantic to the
1 Pacific oceans. I shall also vote for Gen.
; Scott because I believe him to be a man of
independence; and, if elected, will be the
President in fact of the entire Country. I
wish to hear of no more nominal presidents
or sophistical vetoes upon bills passed by
Congress, making appropriations for Intern
al improvement- purposes to aid the great
West in developing the Immense resources
of the country.
In conclusion I will inform the editor of
the Reporter, that I feel perfectly qualified
to form my ' own opinions relative to the
competency and fitness of the two prominent
candidates, for the presidency, without the
aid of the leaders of either the whig, demo
cratic, free-soil or locofoco parties, and I
trust that he will give himself no further,
trouble on my account. "' - : ' '
- ' ROBERT LUCAS.
03-Mr. C. Belcher, aged 60 year, com:
mltted suicide in Boston, on Thursday. -