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1 - "CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS. TO INDIVIDUALS; AND THE GLORY OF THE STATE IS THE COMMOft PROPERTY OF ITS CITIZENS." ' - - HOLMES & BAY5E, Proprietors. FAYETTEVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1841. Volume 3. Number 124. THE TEK3IS NORTH 'CAROLINI A V, Per annum, if paid in advance, $2 50 jpo if paid ut the end of 6 months, 3 00 Do if paid at the end of the year, 3 50 Hates of Advertising : Sixty cents per square, fur the first, and thiry cents . lor each subsequent insertion. A libera! deduction wilt be made to advertisers by the yrar. "Court advertisements and Sheriff's sales, will be charged 25 per cent, hif'fer than the usual rates. All advertisements sent for publication should have the number of insertions intended, marked upon them, otherwise they will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. No paper discontinued until arrearages are paid, except at the option of I be Editor. No subscription received for less than twelve months. dP'Lcttcrs on Lusliioss connected with thj-s estab lishment, must be addressed Uolmks &. Datnk, Editors of the North-Carolinian, and in ail cases poit-paid. trZJ" Subscribers wishing to make remittanc. s by mail, will remember that they can do so free of postage, as Post master are authorized by law to iiank. b-itters enclosing remittances, it" written by themselves, or tbe contents known to them. RUNAWAY. ANA WAY from me in the neighborhood nf Prospect ilall, Bladen Countv, my Nrro frian nenry. 1 think it more ha.n probable that he will lurk about my plantation, Fayetteville and Carver's Creek, in the neigh borhood of John Kobinson, Esq. He nry is about thirty years old, very black, six feet hib, and w ell proportioned. He may lurk about Mr Nathan Sikcs'. Favrttev.iUe. to whom I hire J his wills I wili ive TWENTY FIVE dollars reward to any person who will deliv er said rresiro to ine, or confine him in ny jail, so that I gel him nga'to. WILLIAM N. WHITHED. 1 rospect Ilall, Bladen Co., June 4, 1S11. 121-tf Iriccs of .Job Work: HANI) DILLS, punted en a medium or super royal tl.eut, lor jU cop es, royal, l I 00 cojves, beet from 12 to IS o 1 3 5 3 i i 5i 00 on r ' r :) coj it s, A 'id for every addition HOUSE DILLS, on u e incites square, o.' copies, tlvur IS m lies, and not exceeding 30, CARDS, large si 'e, single, pack, . And for every additional pat k, Smaller si. js in proportion. DLANlvS, when j)rinfed to order, f r 1 quire, And f.r every additional quite, under 5, Exceetlinir 5 noire--5, CIRCULARS, INVITATION TICKETS, and all kinds of UOOK&. JOB rRINTlN'aexecated cheap for CASH. THE 00 00 00 25 On 00 75 B L Kept coi - A: FOLLOWING A N K S ! ' itantlv on hand mJ FOR SAT.E AT THE pe CHECKS, on Dank of the State, and C Fear Dank. PROSECUTION DON D, Supr. Ct. MAR R I A O E LIC EN 3 ES VEND I EXPO., cons'ab'es levy CO-MAI I; SSiONS to tak dejositiens in cqtii- t y, and Supr. court Al'i'E R ANCE UOND3 WRIT'S, Superior and Co. Ct. ' A. S.V. Supr. Cf. 1MMCT.MENTS for AffVay, and Assault and Dalt ry, Co. and Sup. Ct. CERTIFICATES, (Jlk. Co. Ct. JURY TICKETS ORDERS to overserrs of Roads DASTARDY BONDS TAX RECEIPTS WITNESS TICKETS EJECTMEN I S PATROL NOTICES LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION Donds Deeds, common, Sheriff's Deeds, Constables Cn. Sj. Bonds, Do Delivery do Appeal Bonds, Equity SnbjxJMi.ts, Superior Court Fi. Fn. County Court Sci. Fa, to re vive judgment. County Court Suhpcnas, Superior Court Warrants, Bonds for CoTrd. Apprentices. NEW GOODS. rg 1 E Subscriber has received his Fall and Win W . i s1 i jau. i-r bii))iy oi uooa.s, eiubracin" a general as sortment of Cl I1V ..1T .1 ly-. TT ouues hi hi uuots, u.ais anu iaps, naru ware aim Cutlery, Crockery and Glas Ware, Wines and Liquors, Groceries of all kinds, Patent Medicines Paints and Dye StulTs, Hatters materials, &c. &c. The Stock is very heavy, Merchants are invited ft Ctrl! and ex amine fur thematlves. South Carolina mtmri irul be ttiJ:cn al intr if paid ichen the Cioocls arc bought. Oct. 26 183D. G. D. ATKINS, 35tf. , Foot lIay-JJounl Gardner and CARRIAGE Mclvetlian, MAKERS. fii .ti i! ti i ij!j;m (--Vsw. N A NEW SCHOOL. Monday the 5th ol Octobe r, t be subscribe! id op' a in tbis town, a si hool for bovs, w here the various branclusof English and Classical studies ill be taught. The eliare tor Tuition will be SI0 25, per term, for all engaged in Classi--al studies a"nd tbe higher branches of Enifsb, or SO per aniumi. For the ordinary brandies of En dish studies tbe charge will be 25 per term, tuition in all cas--i to !; aid in advance, and no -tndent received for less than a term. The year will commence on tin; 5th of October, and close early in Au;'M, with no int renin:; vacation ex cept an occasional recess ol a few days. No deduc tion "ill be made fir absence unless by special agreement. Having taken a co nmodbuis bouse. the subscriber will accomnio ers -it SI 10 per annum, mcliulinjr lousing, room. ftiel'andl.ghts. SIMEON COLTON. Fayt-tfcville, August 13, 181". 7C-tf Fayettevil e Observer and Wilmington Ad Aertiser will please copy four weeks. T Tiinber sind Lniiiler Agency. 1 II E subscriber win ntteiul to the sale ol TIMDER, LUMBER, &c. in the Town ot Wilmington, North Carolina, tor ail persons who may favor him with theii commission . 1 1 e p!ci!gt s hinisell toprocure fortheinnt all times the higliest rricesfor such a rtieles as t hey may t nisi to his manacremen t . H e is i n ro way connected with tbe .Steam Mills, or their Agent; and wi! Isivcthe best Agent. "Wilmington, N. C MILES COSTIN. Feb. 2.", is:;9. I t f S T O A E S raiHE Subscriber navinir recently opened a new 93 nn.irrv f.i 'sunprinr Mit. is prepared to furnish O l a i i wv. ...... tinnnirrn rioo.1, i I t '-to're of'C. J. Orrell, Faveltcville. The quality ol t'ifl irnnie countv Stones is so s. nrA (IfKciinf ion. and tbe . t.lnnc ,.!,! Iw n. If" tbev should not liUlL uu ' . r- f be "ood. another pair will ,. ",t;io,it i !iar"-e. The price is low ........ v. - . foie. Fersons w ishing to purchase, can apply in per t or bv letter addressed to Carthage, -Aoorc ---- - - j - county, IN'. C 8 tf. well known as not Subscriber will war be furnished n- than hereto wiih description of the size wantei JESSE SO WELL. Moore Cr unfv, A;ril 20, 1830. I. J.oco JToco FRICTION MATCHES. fe GROSS. HOLMES' tin iNIalcliCS, j'lt- be Gross or Dozen, a .T II 1 O 7 x.------ - l Si-fSlir J' f5 AVE now on hand, and for Sale at very Re M- duced Prices, G Carriages, 7 Barouches, 5 four-wheel Buggies, very light, 3 Buggy Gigs, do. 5 Sulkies, do. 6 Spring Wagons and 4 Chair Wagons. Also, a very large assortment of work which we are daily finishing. Also a general assortment of Coach-Maker's materials kept constant! v on hand and for sale. Persons wis'dng to buy, would do wedl to call and examine their work, as ihey feel confident they can make their work as well, and scitit as low as it can be had from any legular Northern Establish ment. All woik made and sold by them is warranted 12 months, and will be repaired without e.barre, if tbev fail by bad workmanship or materials. Repairing neatly executed at short notice, and on reasonable terms. Orders thankfully received, and promptly attend ed to. Fayetteville, March 12, 1841. 56-tf. LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Kayetteville, North Carolina. rWIIIS ESTABLISHMENT will be open after the 1st of August, under tbe management and direction oftbe Subscriber. Tbe Houso has been thoroughly repaired, and will, in a few davs be well furnished: and everv eiibrt will be made to render it worthv of patronage. ' EDWARD YARD ROUGH August 3, 1S39. 23-tf lCpTne Augusta Chronicle (weekly,) Raleigh Register and Standard, Wilmington Advertiser, Greenshnrou"h Patriot, Salisbury Watchman, and Cheraw Gazette will insert the above three months and forward their accounts to the subscriber. E V. containing; one Fear, LOST POCK FT BOOK . - .1 four dollar note on the Bank of Cane and three other notes, to-wit : One of forty dollars made payable to me by Maleom Turner, due in January I S37, the prrc:se day not recollected ; one of sixty dollars payable to me by the said Mulcom Turner, due in January 1S3J, one of thirty-five dol lars payable to me by Hector Turner, and Malcom Turner security, duo in February 1840, the precise day ot tbe month said no'es were given, not recol lected, but were as above stated. 1 hereby forewarn ;irv i. ml a 1 persons from trading for any of the above describe bed paper: colli cl ion or pamcnt, 1341. ortakingany ol them either for MALCOM CURRIE. Improved 1 ric- received, and for ?uperior ariice, ann -tA Ann i. fn . A iVJ LV xMrVlv.ii.HL,. A constant supply of the above kept on hand, and will be sold low, to sell again. Faycttcvilic, September 5, 1810 30-tf May. 12, jS'orik Carolina, JSIoore County. Sworn to and subscribed, before me, the date above wri (ten. Sivf.es M. S. McDonald, J. P. SALES Of Valuable Lands- ST9 V Virtue of a Deed of the Court of Equity held jtJPfor the County of Cumberland at. SprmgTerm 1841, I dl expose for sale at the Court House in Eliabetbtown, Bladen county, on thft first Monday in August next, all the interest of Stephen Hof Hngsworlli, dee'd., in the Alill and Lands lyin; and b in;: in the Counties of Sampson, Bladen, and Cum berland, and known as the Mallet Mills. The sev eral tracts of land attached to the Mills, are suppos ed to contain fifteen thousand acres. The lands are well timbered and tbe Mill situate on a never fail ing Stream (viz. Black River) and affords a good opportunity fortiiose who are disposed toembark in such busine-s. The interest of said HoUingswortH is one-third oftbe same. A credit, of six and twelve months will be given the purchaser, on giving Bond with approved Se curity, for the amount of the purchase money. ARCH'D A. T. SMITH, Clerk and Master. June IClh. 1S4I. 121-tda- - - . . FOR JS'EJIT WORK AX D CHEAP. MOUNTAIN BUTTER. JO rins (assorted.) Some very superior, at prices from S to 16 cents per pound ! for sale bv GEO. McNEILL. Nov. 24, 1840. NEW GOODS. - W. McINTYRE has now received a good assoit ment of goods bought at the North, out of the latest anivals, and since the recent decline in the price of GOODS. Superior Cloths ; Blue, Black. Green, and Invisible Green. Pantaloon Stuffs ; Summer Cloths ; Game beroon ; Erminnets ; Linen Drilliu ; Test ings ; Common, Plaiu and Printed ; Shilas ; Printed Lains ; Jaconets. Calicoes; Gighams; Ribbons; Fancy Handkerchiefs and Gloves; Irish Lunnens ; Manchester Shirtings; and Family Long Cloths ; Linden Diapers ; Palm Leaf Hats ; Hoods; Florence Braid and Straw Bonnets : Umbrellas and Parrasols ; Wool and Fur Hats ; Boots and Shoes ; Crockery Ware and Glass Ware. Those who wish to purchase goods, are respect fully invited to call, where they will find ag manv articles, as they can expect to find in a store. April 2 J, 1841. - 113-3mo STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Hidden County y j Superior Court of Law, Fall Term, 1840. Ann Simmons, vs. Wm. Simmons. Pet. for Divorce. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that Wm. Simmons, the defendant is not an inhabitant of this State, it is therefore ordered, lhat publication be made in the Carolinian and Fayetteville Obser ver for three months, notifying said defendant to ap pear at the. Fall Term, 1841, of this court, to answer plead or demur to said petition, or the same will be taken pro confesso, and heard exnarte as to him. Witness Alexander McDowell, Clerk of said court, at office, the 5th dov of February, 141. ALEXANDER McDOVVELL Clk. 1 1 3-3 mo Information Wanted. To The II umane. ON the 2Sth May ult., William Mclntyre, a Lunatic under my guardianship, wandered from tny residence in Cumberland County, and has not been heard of since. It is pos sible he may have reached some distant coun ty in this State or some part ofadjacent South Carolina. Should this be the case, I will be greatly obliged to any person who may meet w ith him to take charge of and treat him kind ly, and inform me where he is, that I may restore him to his home. -y " I may bo addressed through the Fayetteville Post-Office. J DAVID GILLIS, Guardian. Juno 18, 1841. 121-2t POTATOES. 6iTk BUSHELS POTATOES. Feb. 12, 1841. 41 Feb. For Sale- Cr-Being desirous of embarking in an other business, I now offer the establishment of the Wilmington Advertiser for sle. 1 do not know of a more eligible situation for peisons desirous of embarking in the printing business, than Wilmington, North Carolina. Terms accomodating paid. Wilmington, N. C. Application post- F. C HILL. 96-tf. IS FISH ! HOUSE AND LOT For Sale. EING desirous of moving to another part of ihe Town, more convenient to my business, I wili sell the HOUSE & LOT where on I now reside, situate on Hillsborough eIC street above Green. T here are three rooms in the house ; Kitchen, Smoke- House and Stable on the Lot fencing good. The House is NEWand in eod repair. Also, an unimproved lot adjoining. I will sell the above property at a reasonable price, and give a liberal credit. ALSO 50 ACRES of-good Piny Land, unimprov ed, within 7 miles of Town, on the Turnpike Road. For further particulars, inquire at this office. CHARLES R. JOINES. Fayftteville, May 1, 1841. 114-tf STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, ( Columbus County j Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions, JMay Term, 1841. Richard L. Ryrne, vs. Anthony Cribb. Original Attachment. Isham Soul, Elliott ninson and John Messer, Sum moned as Garnishees. TTT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the Dt fendant in tins case, Anthony Cribb, hath absconded or so conceals himsclfthat the ordi nary process of law cannot be served on him, where upon it is ordered by the Couit that publication be made for G weeks in the North Carolinian, notifying said Cribb of the issuins ot said Attachment, and requiring him to appear before said Court to be held on the 2d Monday in August lS4l,and then and there replevy an3 plead ; or Judgment by Default w ill be awarded against him. Witness, Charles Baldwin, Cl rk of said Court, at office, in Whitesville, the 2d Monday in May, 1S41. CHARLES BALDWIN, Clerk. Whitesville, May 10, 1841. 116-ot JAMES SUNIPY, Trimmer and Harness Maker. TTB EGS leave to inform the public, that he is pre JJ3pared to do all kinds of CARRIAGE TRIM MING and HARNESS MAKING, 'in shorttime: and on the most reasonable terms for those who may favor him with a call. He has now on hand and fr sale at reduced prices: Eleirant Brass and Silver mounted Carriage Harness, Gig and Sulkey ditto, ditto, Buggy ditto, ditto, Japan Gig and Carry-all ditto, Ivory-mounted Trotting Whips, Gig and Wagon Whips, Wagon Bridles and Collars, Riding Whips and Spurs, Saddle Bags, Bridles and Martingales, Coach Lace and Morocco, Knobs and Tacks, 3- (Jig and Barouche Tops, and second hand cariiagcs, &c., Repaired on the most reasona ble terms, and at short notice. Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. All work" done bv me repaired without charge if it fail by fair usage in a reasonable length-of timo. Fayetteville, April 27, 1S4I. 114-tf . BARRELS CUT HERRING. 15 Barrels Whole Herring. 10 Half Barrels Shad. Being expected by the Henrietta Line. For sale bv GEO. McNEILL. May 2S, 1S41. - ; HS-tf LEMONS ! U tffc BOXES Fresh Sicily Lemons ! Expected by the Henrietta Line. , For sale by ' GEO. McNEILL. Fayettevi le May 23, 1311. 118 if For Sale for casli only. 25 Casks fresh Calcined Plaster 2ft Casks Water Lime and Ro- maiV Cement. XSO Casks' Thomaston time 200 Bushels of Hair for Plas tering use. I am also prepared to do any job of plastering or brick lavinjr in the best manner, and on the most reasonable terms, lor any who wilt fivor me with call, at ihe old stand, 3 Doors South of the Market House.. JOHN E Fayetteville, June 29, 1841. PATTERSON. 4t-123 GEO. McNEILL. 103-tf LIME. Casks Thomastown Lime, for sale, GEO. McNEILL. 12, IS 11. 103-tf ST P. "J Pi 9 barrels Camps refined Syrup. ' barrels New Orleans TREACLE. J For sale by GEO. McNEILL.' December, 18th. . J JBlank Warranty, State and Civil, with and without judgments, just primed and (or sale at the Carolinian Office where all kinds of Blanks arc kept for sale. Will our riends give us a ci!I ? , ' " HORSE & SULKEY, For Sale. A gentleman having a Sulky and Horse, would a!ik.c t sell them at private sale. The liore works well in grear or makes an excellent saddle hoisc: is gentle though spirited. It may be con sidered a great bargain to any one wishing to pur chase. TERMS will be made known at this office. Fayetteville, June 5, 1841. II9-tf Political. NOTICE. " ACOMlT-iElE and thorough re-organizationfif the Patrol System of the Town of Fayetteville is ordered by the Magistrate of Police and Commis sioners ot the 1 own. , lo enect this desired object it is necessary thatgyery person subject to do Patrol duty be enrolted, and a strict performance of duty enforced. Therefore, this is to notify all persons that I shall proceed to make out such Roll and di vide it into Companies of six (As many Compa nies have been formed under the old arrangement, I feel unwilling to disturb them, and will consequent ly afford persons composing them an opportunity of continuing the same, if they will leave a list with me.) It is necessary that Companies be ordered out for Night duty andJSunday duty, and this arrange ment will go into operation on the first day of July, 1841. R. COCHRAN, Jr., Director Patrol. June, 29, 18s4I. 123-3t BOARDING HOUSE. Mrs. ANX BROWN TSTPtTOULD Respectfully inform the public, and V w specially her friends in the adjoining coun ties or Sampson and Kobeson, that 6tie will take boarders by the day, week, month or year, transient or permanent. To those who know her, she hopes i i j . - tt ene necos no recommenuauon, ana 10 others she will only say, her exertions shall be to give satisfaction. Her residence i3 on Gillespie street, at the Mum ford House. Tbe Etnges an ive and depart, imme diately opposite her door. Fayetteville, May 8, 1311. 115-tf ThObserver will copy the above one week, and send the account to this oflice. J. & J. KYLE HAYE just received by the last arrivals from the North, a large and general assortment of DRY GOODS. .Imong tchich are IS 73 Pieces Calico ; 150 Pieces Printed Lawn ; Ginghams; P!ain Muslins ; Bishop Lawns ; Irish Linen ; Lawns St Diapers ; Linen Cambric li'kfs. 3-4 to 6-4 ; Brown and Bleached Domestics ; Black and Colored Silks; Bombazines; Linen Drilling; Rawan Casimere ; Kentucky Jeans ; Blue, Black and Colored Clnthf, and Cassiirn-res ; Sattinets ; Carpets, Ingrain and Cotton ; with many other ar ticles, all of which were purchased by the package at the late auction sales, and will be offered very cheap for cash, or on time to punctual customers. Also. On band, Anker Bolting Cloths, at about one half the former price, June 25, 1841. 122 - if PIANO FORTES. A GOOD Assortment of Piano Fortes may con stantly be found for sale at the Female Semi nan,. Enquire oftbe PRINCIPALS of the SEJV1 -INARY, or of Coi.. S. T.HAWLEY. FayettevillejNov. 30 1839. 40 IT. FLOTT?. MJIjIi. Blunt's Creek mill has been thoroughly repaired. Wheat will be received and ground with despatch. For terms apply to GEO. McNEILL. H3 Cash paid for wheat. Nov. 20, 1640. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR ! For sale by G EO. McNEILL". Nov. 24, 1S40. IiABXP OIL. First quality WINTER pressed. For sale by GEO. McNEILL. k December, 18th. Extract from the Globe's Congressional Analysis. " Immediately, after the passage of tne bill for the relief of Mrs Harrison, and the adop tion of the resolution of the House for another funeraf.procession with President Harrison's remains to the limits ot the District, Jlr Clay's Bank of the United States charter be gan its actual progress by the first leal reading of it by the secretary. We mark this circumstance, for there seems to be something of funeral and ill-boding augury attending every step of the new dynasty, and foreshadowing disaster to their principal men and measures. We have pointed to a multu tude of instances before, but a fact which is now only ascertained carries back the mind to the period of their occurrence, to add anoth er to the list of omens. The steamship which bore the name ol the President, in honor of the American Chief Magistrate which bore the first despatches and Inaugural Address of the President which bore the celebrated cler gyman who first, after the inauguration, in the discharge of his official duties, called down the blessings of Heaven on the new adminis tration, has been swallowed up in the great deep, and it may be, that, on the very day that President Harrison breathed his last, the President went down in the bosom of the deep. The same month certainly ended the career of both. We have marked these various sin gular coincidences merely as' facts, but we do not yield to the superstitious feeling to which they give birth. We cannot, however, refrain from recording that this black Friday the day on which the resolution passed, ordering the disinterment of General Harrison's te nia ins the day on which the Grst bill passed that ever granted a civil pension on the Bri tish system, Friday, the day on which the new funeral: solemnities were ordered, is also the day on which " a charter for a fifty million Nationerl Bank was first read to the American Senate." From the Richmond Enquirer. Mr Clay and the Foreign Speculators. Mr Clay i poshing his bank bill with an" enthusiasni that nothing can abate, and an energy that admits of little or no delay. But, on Tuesday, he was induced himself to add a new scene to the drama, and to retard the progress of the denouement. He offeied sundry-amendments to make it more palatable to' the Foreign Speculators. Mr Clay's bill embraces a power over For eign Exchange, which is denied in Mr Ew ing'a. We beg leave to advert to the impo- licy of allowing the Bauk to deal in these' Foreign Exchanges.- Such a power is not at all essential to the pretended object of regu lating the Domestic Exchanges, while it will enable the Bank, from its immense eapital, and its numerous branches, to command the market, to the great detriment of the Agricul tural or Producing States. We all know that the value of bur exportable products depends, in a measure, ou the price of tbe bills drawn on shipments. When the crops of cotton, tobacco, flour, &.c, come to Market', the Bank has only to make money scarce, by lessening the discounts at particular periods to reduce the rate of Lxchange by that process, and then to buy freely, when others cannot. When this operation is over, it can then increase its loans render money abuudant, and sell tho bills at a great profit. Mr Clay was, no doubt,' admonished of this effect, and, contrary to the vjews of the Treasury project, he has inserted the power as an inducement to Fcreigu sub scriptions. Wheuever the Government re quires money abro'ad, for the uses of the pub lic r unctiouaries or ot our JNavy, it is an easy matter for tlie Secretary of the Treasury to' purchase foreign bills at the market rate : or,' specially authorize the Bank to purchase for those purposes, as has been of late years with out any inconvenience . We From the Globe. The Unchanged Dejnocrat. furiiuhed Mr Clay a few days aso. with one of the "beauties" which he display ed when a Democrat, by way of contrast with some of the Hamiltoniau sublinities put fdrth in his late federal report. Mr Tallmadge, too, was, no longer ago than 1S34, a very sound democrat, and stood up fdPthe consti tution. The sleek, lizard-looking little gen tleman, still boasts that he is " an unchanged democrat." When the Bank debate comes on in the Senate, will he proclaim the consti tutional principles contained in the following passage from his speech of. 1834 ? Will he say that the Constitution has changed since 1S34 ? Will he say that his principles are changed or his circumstances? That his tone will be changed, we have no doubt. " We have already seen enough of the evil consequences resulting from the efforts of the present Bank to secure to itself a renewal of its chatter. Tne whole country is convulsed by its efforts. Its ramification are so extend-5 ed throughout the entire Union, that it has but to strike the chords by which its operations aro kept in tune, to make them vibrate in uni son to the lernotest extremity of thjs vast Re public." Page 22. " If, on the other hand, the question of a recharter of the present Bank, or the charter of a new bauk, which is in principle the same, should be presented, then the legislator is bound under the bath he has taken to vote ac cording to his own views of the Constitution." ' Believing, then, as I do, that Congress never had any power un der the Constitution to charter a National Bank, and lhat legislative and judicial prece dent does not preclude us from voting against the renewal of the present or any other Bank, I do not hesifate to say that I am opposed to this or any other Bauk, on constitutional as well as other grounds." Page 23. " The Bank was sustained by a combina tion of interests, and by a union of political leaders which hs no paralled in history since the famous coalition of Lord North and Mr Fox in 17S3.' Page 23. Another Step. Mr Fillmore, from the Committee of Ways" and Means has repotted to (he House of Rep resentatives, a bill " authorising a loan not exceeding the sum of $12,000,000,, (a h per cent, loan, for' negotiating which, an agent or agents is to be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, on a commission iucludiug nit expenses of not exceeding twelve thousand dollars.) Another snug office, to be carved out for some spoils-hunting whig ! Add to these twelve millions the fen million scrip to be created for the capital of the new Bank and the new whig administration starts with a funded debt of 22 mrllidhs. And yef this mo ment is selected for the purpose of giving away all the proceeds of the sales of the Public Lands. A new species of Political Econo my, truly ! A new discovery worthy of its compeer, viz : that of establishing a grand National Banking corporation, on the basis of the local territory of ten' miles square.- What a magnificent and enlightened age is this! Mark the consistency of these whig Politi cians. Un (be same day that Mr rillmore brought in his Loan -Bill for $12,000,000 Mr William Cost Johnson reported a bill to distribute the nett proceeds of the Public Lands ! Office Seekers. We understand from Washington, that al though Mr Tyler is not quite so thronged upon as was Gen. Harrison, yet the crowd of ap plicants for office from all parts oftbe Union coutimtes to be immense. Peihaps Mr Ty ler' does not make removals quite as fast as they would wish, but piobably he will find reasons enough' inf a few monihs for removing nearly every democrat troin omen and tilling nis place wiut a' whig opponent of proscription for opinion's sake.' As to tho post office de partment, the guillotine is understood to' be in pretty brisk operation upon the few remain" iug democrats, but tbe administration appear ashamed to publish tbe removals and armoint- meots, and consequently though' the people of each township know who is removed in their own d'rstricf, no one, except the officers at Washington, know what is done throughout the country. This cowardly concenlmouf was we believe never practiced by any other administration. If not only indicates a dastardly spirif, and a sense of conscious wrong, but it is an outrage, a.- withholding from the mercantile commu nity and the public at large information which it is important that (hey should possess. Pennsylvaoian. . .. :. : Seeing through the Wool. , The Vermont Spirit of the Age, says : ' Woof is down to about thirty-three cents ! General Brewster said, at the Oxford conven tion, where the godlike' held forth Friend fanners, ciriy.vote for General Harrison, and rT pledge vou sixty-five cents for your wool !' " in mis way ura tne leas pull wool over tne eyes of thousands, and secure the election of their Bank candidates. Having gained their objects, they "are nowas indifferent about the fulfilment of their premises as an insolvent bank. Albany Argus. f The smiles of a pretty woman are glimpses of Paradise. Repeal Meetings. The people of Ohio are movhig with much zeal and spirit against the establishment of another United States Bank. . Large meetings have been held, and their resolutions breathe a spirit of determined resistance to any such institution-, that show they are not ready to stand by tamely, and see the liberties of the country placed in dan ger by the creation of another monster. They I have raised the flag of REPEAL, and nailM it to the mast head. Ban. Rep. -