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Political. Frtptt tho Philadelphia Times. Democracy every wbefc Triumphant The - following arrangement of words will both interest and amuse thereoderV The first diamond is composed of the word 'Democra cy " and commencing at the middle, that word may be spelled in every direction. The sec ond diamond is composed of the letters form ing tho word ' Everywhere;" the third of those making the word ." Triumphant and both words may be spelled in every direction by commencing 'at the centre.- The whole 4wms-the truism "Democracy Everywhere i&nphant." In addition to this, the letter rl wound ihe first diamond, E around e.selaud T around the last thus mak ing the nsd YET, aDd bringing the Demo cratic f riumphjo to the present moment. It '6 an unique' affair, 'and w recommend it to i . wi our reauif and too discerning for the unpricipled and de praved purposes of the regepcy at Albany and their associated in ttiis ciiy,jana every iuiure nttomni rwiram the ascendency will be a miserable failure :. ; . f " " f?) as it were the crisis of their comflaints-in Taw language it has reached -the rebutter and tur- re-btttter both not a little rancid. Weshal not- sit in judgement upon the case, but can net help just hinting that it is by no means impossible that the Richmond Whig and VVash- . -mm i' t 1 1 mgtou -maaisoman uave eaca excellent rea- ' VCain ttCCARl) FOR LABORERS; -We Wn from the Sorinafield Democrat that the sons for despising the other. f thf. wnrkinomen in the armorv at Ihe Madisonian commenced its career that place the poor slaves who are forbid by about the time of the first bank suspension, as tho finvpmmenl to receive or open a letter or the organ of a broked speculator hoisted the newspaper in their workshops have been cut flag of Clay and" Tallmadge we belie veas its down ihirlv per cent, while not one mill has candidates for President and Vice President ft y . i J I - i r .1 been taken from the officers, one oj ictiom gets about etghl dollars per day. VVorkiugmen, is this what tbo Whig party nrnm anf Vf ill heforc the last election ? Can you be weak enough tq vote for your deceiv ers again ? -Boston Post. ' The Whigs have been defeated in their aflerwards represented the slang side of the Harrison campaign, dealing in the very dregs of: the cider barrel its circulation was made a caucus measure and it was distributed by thousand through . the country uuder ' the " frank " of the Executive Committee it was the creature of Whig recklessness afterwards the most fulsome of the adulators of the " saint- YC YCARCY YCARCRACY, - Y C A it n oC RACY ; Y J A it C O f- C R-A'C Y ' VC A HQ O M I?' OCR ACY CAKCO A f F rP PIOCR ACY YC.A R COM S.M O C R A C Y Y C ARC OVI OC RA CY ? YC A rilCOCRACY jvOARCRACY ' . YCARACY . YCACY : YC y. v-;..: . .. Y . ERE ERERE ' , . EREHERE. : . 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Jt made J 'J D I t. . . . .. nA,r-i;rr discovery ot atatenignis, strict construction It seems to be agreed on all sides that they and V irgiuia abtractions, through the specta are lyini W have hnafwn ihe Whirrs tor tho lat time," said a friend to us His mpruwg. When we asked an explanation of so straugei a declaration, he replied "they will change their name." Our friend was probably right; there is a class of people well known in our police courts, who take names ior conveni ence' sake, and when they become too notori ous under one. resort to an abas. We shall cles of Executive Advertisements, about three days before Mr Tyler's first Veto it might have been a week-i-we are not positive' as to the precise time, JNow for the other. After Van Buren's Extra Session, Mr Pleasants, Senior Editor of the Richmoud Whig, wrote a series of la bored earnest and really able articles in favor of tho Independent Treasury. Shortly after that his paper cut the Bank question, as an Abstraction, and gave itself wholly to the sup port of Clay and the abuse of Calhoun and his friends. VTe heard nothing more of Mr not be surprised to see the Bank party through out the U. S. drop the name of Whig, which they have made odious, and under which they Pleasants, till, the triumph of Harrison being have been so thoroughly beaten, drop if, and complete, he seemed, he seemed to have so taKe anotner wiin as lime ceremony as ever i upcueu mc iigiuia tumer vi nis eyes as did a knight of industry. JY. Y. Post. to think there was great danger of the triumph of the rankest sort of federalism, and strait Gener al Scott's Circular. We men- way Mr Pleasants put forth a Prospectus of a tioned a few days since that Mars was in the new paper "big but that was to have a field for the Presidency, or, in other words, that Gen. Wrinfield Scott had said "yes," when questioned as to whether he felt dis posed to stand the canvass. The General deserves credit for this at least he marches boldly, up to the questions of the day, and, notwithstanding the undenia ble fact that the people have just giren a con trary decision upon almost every point, he lea ning to the States " and save the party from being swallowed up in tho Nationalism of the Intelligencer and the Madisonian to be the organ of" the Republican portion of the Whig party." as Mr VYise called it. However the State Rights leanings' of the Richmond Whig, when they were brought to tho market were cither pronounced a rotten article or out of date, or something was wrong Mr Plea From the New York Herald. Total overthrow of the Bank Whig Party in . t a .i the State of New York. It will be seen by the returns given to day, that the election has resulted in the complete and overwhelming prostration of the Whig partyjiti the State of NewtYork. The demo crats have swept over the State like a tornado. There is no doubt of the perfect re-establishment of the democratic ascendancy in every branch of the Government within reach of the popular will. The House of Assembly is Democratic by a great majority, the Senate is probably so,.and the aggregate popular major ity is immense and overwhelming. Who aro . the men, and what are the mea sures, that, are thus . unequivocally, and in tones ; of thunder,, condemned by the voice of an intelligent, indignant and patriotic people? And what-are the causes which have led to this astounding result? s Upon Mr Clay, and his partizans, the pipe layers upon- Governor Seward and Weed, and the whole host of the anti-masonic dema gogues', is the stamp of public reprobation in delibly fixed. vTheir,professions of patriotism are! derided their principle and 'system of policy repudiated, and all are overwhelmed in remediless ruin. A JNational Bank is em phatically - rejected and condemned, and the unhallowed attempt of Seward and Weed to mix up religion with politics, and operate up on .the honest Catholics, through the instru mentality, of the Bishop and his coadjutors, is rebuked and put down forever. T.he reck less and extravagant system of internal im provement prosecuted by the Seward adminis trationthe bare-faced corruption in the dis position aud sale of offices, and the tho gene eral .demoralization that has'crept into every part of. the State Government, aro all con demned ;by the people. A WThig defeat was expected, but the majority is immense, far otrrunning the anticipations of the most sanguine Democrat in the land. , The causes that have led to this result are various and manifold. The general and growing distrust of the State Administration, the. impatience felt by a considerable portion of the Whigs, under the intolerant dominion of Seward and Weed, would have secured the overthrow of the party apart from auy other consideration. But the violent and headlong course of.Mr Clay and his adherents in Con gress, their denunciation of President Tyler and all who are disposed to give his adminis tration a fair trial, increased the causes of dis satisfaction, and contributed to swell the ma jority to an incalculable extent. The Clay manifesto, broaching doctrines so monstrous and revolutionary, alarmed reflecting men among the Whigs, and kept them from the polls. , The folly aud violence of the Syracuse Convention aroused the indignation of many who would otherwise have voted the Whig ticket. They would not lend their aid in any way to secure a victory which would have been trumpeted over the country as a Clay triumph. Added to these, was the general and righteous indignation of the impudent and uuprincipled attempt of Seward and Weed to control tho Catholic voters through their reli gious attachments. This feeling operated with potent effect against them. The influ ence of Bishop Hughes may have diverted some j, wo thousand voles from tho Locofoco ticket in this city, but it injured the Whigs immensely in other parts of the State. Never did. a corrupt aud dirty intrigue meet with' a more prompt , and exemplary punishment The people are too honest, too intelligent, avows himself as ultra-whiggish as any of our sants " leanings did not take the Madison opponents could desire. The great federal ian "in due time also took to " leaning " and manifesto must be cardinal doctrine with him, the next thing we heard of Mr Pleasants was and Henry Clay and his immediate followers in the way of a furious prospectus announcing will be little pleased to see General Winheld to all the world that said Pleasants had made Scott thus stepping cap, feathers and sword, j uy his mind to " lean ' towards Clav, Bank, directly upon their political platform. The Caucus, Federalism, Gag, &c, and to make General is hostile to the veto . power he war on J yler and the Republican portion of deems a United States Bauk, ts not only ne- tho Whig party" that he was about to pub cessary and proper but indispensable" he lish a paper in Washington to that effect, and is in favor of the distribution Bill, and of the that all " traitors " munU as well han them other leading measures of the extra session J selves, for ho would " do such things," &c. in short, he runs neck aud neck with Clayism, and presents himself as a formidable comueti- ' Pipe leaving. tor to the Kentuckv orator. It will be seen As it is not improbable that the majority in also, and all bargaining politicians should he JNew lork legislature may depend on the note the fact, that if elected, General Scott resu,t ol ine election in me city, every arunce will not willingly retire at the end of one term, been resorted to, to prevent the known unless the constitution be so altered as to uemocrauc maioniy were irom oeiug avana rendor it a term of six vears. He intends I b,e a "e election. JNot only have sectarian most unequivocally to hold on, and this im portant point should be generally understood. Pennsylcaman. The famous author of the Coffee House letter, after proposing to allow Tyler his $25, 000 per year for the remainder of his four years, on the condition of his resigning, ex claimed, " if, after this, he should determine to hold on, Lord help us, for we cannot help ourselves." Botts was right. JY. Y. Jeio Era. Yes Bottsy was right he meant help from the treasury to help ihemselces from which was the lacor and opus and "agony " of the whigs all along. Tyler's holding on, shut the door upon them. If he had only let go, they would have relieved thenselves with a rush, as their extra session beginnings prov ed clearly enough. The Baltimore Republi can says : " wherever and whenever they have had the chance, they have "helped themselves" to. more than their share. We have heard it said, as a sort of palliation of their offences in this way, that they could not help it." JMo folks were more energetic at the busi ness of relief- not vexing Hercules with prayers, but putting their shoulders to the wheel and helping themselves whenever they had a chance. But really after they had clutched the spoil, had paid Gen. Harrison's electioneering expenses, and sat down to the feast of marrow and fat things, what an ap propriate grace before meat is this supplied by Bolts ".Lord help us! for we cannot help ourselves." It is better than poor Clay's magnanimous "half a loaf is better than no bread," when after choaking down Choate, he began to feel some choaking sensations himself "hysterica passio,'' as old Lear said when his late omnivorous appetite, and all devouring eye, whose big vision would erst have dwarfed a dinner of elephants into boiled squirrels, began to pry about for frag ments. It is as good as Stauley's prophetic annunciation that whiggcry would stink above ground, when, anticipating his speedy de functibility under the extra session, in his ante mortem apotheosis he spoke of living to read the epitaph on his own tombstone. It makes us lemember Cost Johnson at.d Daw- se, and talking of Governors it will remind the admirers of Don Quixote, of Governor Sancho's ludicrous indignation at the memo rable supper in his island palace, when his court physician vetoed dish after dish, and waved them on from before his desiring eyes. Really to so appropriate a dying speech of hungry and tantalized wbiggery every body will cry hear 1 hear !" Lord help usfor tee cannot . help our selves." prejudices been appealed to, and split tickets formed, but it seems from the N. York Stand ard that the old practice of pipe-laying is re newed. That paper states that James M'Elroy, a re sident of New Hartford, near Utica, Oneida county, N. Y., registered his name under oath, as residing at No. 47 Dominic street, New York City, and as being an accountant. He was arrested by officer Lester of the Sth ward, and bound over by Justice Mastell to answer for the offence. Pennsylvanian. From the Charleston Mercury. The Twa Dors. There is a little colloquy below between two old friends that illustrates very exactly the sort of reciprocity which Whig love, union, and harmony, indulges in now-a-days. ' It is not the first display of love in actions fermen tation which we have noticed between the Or gan., of Botta and the Organ of Tyler, but it The Legacies of Whigism. If the party in power at Washington, after having ruled eight months, were now to make its last will and testament, what would it leave to its constituents? Tho inventory, of its ef fects would soon be taken ; and the instru meut would read somewhat like the followirie. Item. We leave and bequeath to the pro ducing classes of the United States a debt of twelve millions of dollars, which we have borrowed of John Bull & Co., to be paid to said Bull & Co. as soon as our tax-gatherers can collect the same of said producing clas ses. Item. Wo give and bequeath to the said producing classes (v id elicit the farmers and mechanics and other hard-working people) an aunual debt of five millions of dollars, created by what is called the Revenue Bill, the said five millions to be collected and paid in the increased price of the necessaries of life, which the said classes may consume. Item. We give and bequeath to the' people of the U. States the Bribery-Bill, by which three millions of dollars are every year to be taken out of the national treasury and distribu ted to the people, for the purpose of bribing them with their own money into a subservi ency to the central government ; aud this upon condition that an equal sum, with the expenses of collection, added, shall be an nually drawn from them by taxes on the ar ticles they consume, for the purpose of furn ishing the means of making the said distribu tion. . Item. Wre give and bequeath to banks and creditors a Bankrupt Law, by which debtors are released from the payment of their pecuniary obligations, and which may not in appropriately be denominated " a new way of paying old debts." Item. We give and bequeath to the stock jobbers and speculators, two U. S. Bank bills, which have been vetoed by John Tyler, with all the interest we possess in any Fiscal Agent, endowed with the power of discount ing notes for private individuals, which our well-beloved Henry Clay and his trusty fol lowers may hereafter succeed in creating. Codicil. WTe give and bequeath to the Whig party and their successors, a large bun dle of violated promises, a quantity of coon, rabbit and skunk skins, sundry log cabins with rider barrels attached, together with that exquisite collection of ballads, known as the Tippecanoe Song-book, with the request that one of the most solemn and affecting of the said ballads may be sang at our funeral, to the tune of " Hark from the tombs a doleful sound" Albany Argus. NORTH-CAROiNIAN. Wra. II. Bmyne, Editor Mprttot Saturday Morning, Movembeia 1841. MrWil-entirely and own- ensure in and as- support ie cause endant, re, will row of skin i1 Having completed an arraneme liam II. Bayne, by which I have disconnected with the printing, edi erahipof the North Carolinian, I -: soliciting for Mr Bayno, the kin sialanee of my friends everywhere, of this paper. The late elections prove of Democracy is rapidly gaining tl and a very little manly effort At this ensure ihe total wreck, downfall, and Whiggery, at least Whiggcry of the and hard cider kind. uiiuajiics muusiry, integrity gna IhiHty, in the business he follows, since the 4 jy io-ju, are ample security lhat the pubi c iafcfv imot to miw, ana oner mm a liberal patron H. E. HO Mr. Holmes having determine establishment, ahogether, arrangements h; made, whereby the undersigned has entireii oi me press. Returning his sincere thanks to the friend paper,, for their support and encouragement. has been beyond his expectations.) he will ea as his course has been, heretofore, so will it b after. WTVf H RAV en Getting Common. Another Boling. al.as Smith, lately came to hand p there .boat Oxford. A A fellow who passtd Mr. Wellington, the writing toaster, brought toang wife from Philadelphia; ad left her t Warrehton, Warren county, N. O, while he cut round the wun try to pick up a penny by teaching writ log. V his Philadelphia wife was in Warrenton, It seein. that bis'Richmond, Virginia, wife got wind that he had another wife, in Wa.renton, N. C , and posted offto eearch for her and sure enough the two Mrs. Wellingtons came together. The officers soon got on the trail of the genrt. man, and have taken him to Richmond, Va , for trial. ... , We have often noticed that young ladies are al ways more partial to strange gentlemen, than to those about home. We never could satisfactory convince ourselves of the cause, but we have not.ced that the word '-stranger," has an eff-ct upon the la dies, that has always been inexplicable to us. It i said that experience is the best teacher, provided the lessons are not too costly; but yonng ladies will surely see the folly or this maxim in the above case. Oh, no, girls, if you are determined to get marri ed, the old bcaus, whose character you have been fa miliar with, from observation, are decidedly profita ble to a "stranger," that yon know nothing about. The word "stranger," has a very captivating sound to you, hut it is as ofien deceptive as not. THE ELECTIONS. New York Election More Whig defeats. It fives m gn at ph asure to inform our distant readers that Democracy is agin triumphant, and that the Empire State is redeemed from the blighting influence of Whig measures and Whig policy. Truly may it be said, the measures of this "all Ihe decency" party, at the late extra session, have open ed the eyes of the people, and that they have rebuked in The most emphatic manner, those who had de ceived them. In vain have the Whigs asked for a continuance of that "generous confidence" at the hands of an honest and unsuspecting people, which enabled them, in the late Presidential canvass, to eceive and then betray. Roused by Ihe love of Our State Convention. a ne iat Kateign standard informs its that i "Central Committee" have resolved to call a "S Democratic Convention," to meet in Raleigh on 10th of the ensuing January, 1842. we in pe there will be no lass'ng. or d Ijing. Every County should hasten to lake steiieedom, which, thank God, still animates the great towards the furtherance of the object of the Conveody of the American people, they have, since the tion. It is an object concerning all; relating to alMjournment of Congress, repudiated and condemn and should be furthered by all. Wo hare no tim the great Whig meaiuro. They have, in Un to lose. The 10th of January is not two months ofllae which cannot be misunderstood, declared that and we entreat the friimla f n,i a u.!knoh desired a ';hanjre." "it was not such a enemies of monopolies, exclusive nriviliT- nn - I - S3 - y " suspended Hanks, to bestir themselves, for an impor tant event is approaching. JSeed we say any moie? The Market. There hasbeen considerable activity in our Mar ket the present week Cotton has come in freely, and is selling at 8 to 8 bung a decline ol on our last week's quotations a few Bales choice have beensold at 8j Apple Brandy 32 to 36 but little in Market sells readily, Peach 40 to 50 not much in Market, but little demand, Whiskey 32 to 35 very Jiltle in market (sells quick) Bacon 7 to 7 afair stock on hand (dull) Bee? wax 27 to 23 Butter 12J to 15 cents Flour 5 to 6 Market nearly bear a:id sells quick Feathers 35 to 42! in demand Flax seed 1 10 to 1 25 a small advance, but little corning in and in good demand Hides, Green, 5 to 6, Dry, 1 1 to 14, in active demand Oats 30 to 35, but few in market in request Tobacco, Leaf 3 to 5J but little coming in Wheat 1 to I 10 sells readily. ' "Interesting Correspondence. A friend writing us from Brunswick county, savs; "l ean congratulate you on the rising prospects of Uemocracy here, as elsewhere. I think our pros pects hcra in this county, at this time, brighter than iey were under the administration of G. n. Jack son," &c. &c. This is cheering, indeed, and gives an earnest of the feeling excited in the bosoms of the people by the acts of the 'ate extraordinary session of Con gress, and the false promises made by log cabin demaoinies. Congressional Globe. We would call the attention of our readers to this most useful publication. To any man in public if, or a young man who contemplates taking a part in the afTtirs of his country, this work is partic u!ar?y adaptodj in fact, it U inva'uable; it is abso- ntely necessary ; and its cheapness puts it within the reach of all. We have just received a complete copy of the work for the last session, (accompanied by a polite note from the publishers, Messrs. Blair & Rives,) far which we would not lake five dollars, cash. We have a Prospectus here, and should take pleasure in receiving and forwarding subscriptions for tle work. As will be seen by reference to the Prospectus in to-days' paper, it is the only work of the kind being published in the country. The Drought. It has now been upn ards of four weeks since we have had any rain. Every body, with few excep tions, are suffering for the want of it. The farmer is waiting for it, to sow his smalf grain; the timber man is waiting for it to swell the rivers so that he can get his timber and turpentine to market; and the merchant warns his goods from Wilmington; so that in fact it bears hard upon nearly all of us. Timber, &c. is now commanding a good price, because it is scarce; but as soon as a fresh occurs, the market will be glutted, and down will go prices; so that whoever can manage to get their stuff to market now, will get good prices. The Legislature of Alabama was organized on Monday the 1st inst. Hon. Nathaniel Terry, of Limestone, was elected President of the Senate, without opposition; B. A. Philpot, of Morgan, Sec retary; Maj. G. B. Clitherall, of Greene, Assistant; C. C. Donoho, of Tuscaloosa, Doorkeeper. David Moore, of Madison, was elected Speaker of the House; Thomas B. Tunstall, Clerk; Algernon Cook, Assistant Clerk; Wilson C. Bibb, Engrossing Clerk; Mr Davis, Messenger, and James H. Owen, Door keeper. The annual Message of Gov. Bagby, was communicated to the two Houses on Tuesday the 2d instant. "WE HAVE HAD SOME EXPERIENCE." These five words are the reasons given by the Editor of the National (Philadelphia) Gazette, for coming over to the Democratic doctrine, that the Banks should be made to return to cash payments. The zealous advocate ef these institutions heretofore this conversion surprised as; but it is an old say ing, that "experience is one of the best of teachers, and it appears they ar apt scholar. We admire the honesty of its editors.for they are unuke many of their Whig cotemporaries, who "know the right, and still the wrong pursue." In matter of small moment, such obstinacy is weakness and folly; people, fatal madness. nee as you have presented to us." ew York. The Journal of Commerce es that parties will stand as follows in the islature: Senate, . democrats, 1 , wnig, House, democrats 93, whigs 35 demo- - - . 1 II. f r Tk J ic majority on joiih oanoi ou. uc uc- 'Valic maiority on the popular vole auoui 0. The exact majority for Mr Gran- or Congress, is 417 last year it was higan. A slip from the Detroit Free of the 3d hist, brings us returns from ty and a number of towns in adjoining s. In JJetroit tne democratic majori- 1 ; last fall Gen Harrison's majority was I From the returns received there is scar n doubt that Michigan has followed n Mwake of JNew York the whigs may Psi have a majority in the Senate. MASSACHUSETTS. The,ount of the nevs from this State i, that th- pipvrrs have carried it by a reduced majority. Noth fr,,m M issis.ippi y t. Mr. Ha, tilt acainat the Democratic Farty. In ma 0f nmall moment, a man may be. allow ed to amf with ingenious fiction', but in an aecu sat:on agt a pa'ty, and that party clainvng among its adherci a portion of the talent of North Cnro!i na, reasoned candor requite sm thing more than assertion out proof d clamation without argu ment, andure without dignity or mod -ration. This, howo, is characteristic of the "FaytUeville Observer; all its iZj-ayaiust the Democracy, are on a pafth Donduixo'e's against the wind mill. Old Federal Iarty. The Fedeitiarty is of long standing, dating its origin as fur fit as the Convention w;iich assem bled in Pliilahia to form ihe Cn-titation of ihe United Siates;TJpon the election of Gen. Wash ington to the Jfeidency, Gen. Hamilton, the ruling spirit of his ministration, endeavored to "ive it the direction hid so urgently proposed to give tho New Goyetrtent in the Convention, and in which he was ed. His influence prevailed, and he succeeded inlontin" favorite measures, havino- a tendency to cctphdation. Th. adoption of a U. States Bnnk, hishbrated Funding System, &c., gave it this turnid it w as only checked in the days of old John larns, when he ventured upon the "Alien and Selion laws:" then it was scotched. not killed; it lay Vmant for many years. The present Whig parfttre the successors of the eld Federal party, andjnee they have been in power, they have, by theirjts, shown the cloven foot. The people have fo out that there is no difference between a Federalist '98 and a Whijj of 1840. The issue in 1841, t again presented, and as in 1800, a verdict is refrcd aga nst them. - The Banking System, imperfect as it ad mittedly is, and as all human institutions are, is less understood than any other subject by the mass of mankind; and the attempt of ig norant, prejudiced, passionate, party men, to reform' it, will end either in smoke or ruin Such is the party which is about to tinker ths currency." -i'Tbe above precious morceau is from the "Fayeiu. ville Observer, "Edward J." Hale Editor and Pro-prieio 'Rem ipsam die, mitte male Ioqui;' which may be justly translated: speak out the truth boldly, but use no bad language. That Mr. Hula has an undisputed right to publish his sentimsnts and opinions, provided hs conforms to truth and de cency, no one can deny. Are the opinions and sen timents expressed by him, such? No. They pre sent a small portion of truth with a vast quanlity of indecency. The Banking system he admits is im perfect, and he uses a vast deal of presumption when he asserts "that it is less understood than any other subject by ths mass of mankind." He evi dently means by "the mass of mankind," the De mocracy That thry should be better versed in ths practical operations of Banks than the W fugs would be a great wonder; for, fortunately, they have had less to do with them, and have none of the advanta ges of experience. They know little of that species of financiering that enables the man of straw to keep up his credit by borrowing from "Peter to pay Paid." They know little of that system of kiting, so fash ionable among the adherents of Biddlc, &.c. &c They know still less of the "star chamber" secrets of these institutions. Thoy know one thing, that a Bank is as much bound to pay its debts as an in dividual, and that the only remedy is to compel a return to specie payments. Although denounced as "ignorant, prejudiced, passionate, party men," they know that the whole country is in a diseased stats (brought abo'it by the action of the Banks,) that desperate diseases require de?perate remedies, and that the above remedy is the only ons which can produce a healthy state. Thev stand pledged to carry out these views upon this subject, through le gislative interference, should the people sustain them. They mar call it tinkering if they please it may ' end in smoke or ruin" there may be a little fire, for it purifieth. 'Capt. Tyler" and the abstractionists. The Federal arm of the Whig party are seiz d with a violent fit of anger towards Captain Tvlsr and the abstractionists, at the head of -whom wo may class Mr Wise. It is curious to observe their conduct towards this body. At ons time they were cried up as excellent men, wonderful men, eloquent men, were invited to feasts and barbacues, toasted, &c. &c; hut now, when things have assumed a dif ferent aspect, when a new issue is made up, thy happen to diffor with them eh! perfidj! treason! sedition! Mr Tallmadge. Did this gentleman make any calculations about the elections this year? Wonder what he thinks of the p-esen aspect? He had better set his wits to work, as he is so good at calculating, and hiakfl some about getting "back again." These Conser vatives look to one thing "the loaves and fishes." Their principles are, five of one, and three of the other. The fancied grivances of the Whifs. It would be an enfcss tatk to remark minutely upon each of the fanfcd grievances that one short year ago filled and dbrmed the Whi l chronicles. An adeptnsss at disl-ering them was one of the principal recommendaVns to public notice and pop ular applause. GeniuW were selected for that pur pose; the head of whdwas "Charles Ogle; the heait was the celebraid Central Committee at Washington City, intdating the country with pamphlets and speecheWntaining the vilest slan ders; the tail end was tlivarious Tippecanoe Clubs a sagacious set they ire, and discovered a mul titude, before it was knn tfiat ihev themselves were the greatest grievaics that ths country was infested with. I They charged extravaknee nd mrr.,nt;nn nn the administration of Mrfan Buren; having form ed uiis opimon upon thH minds they were at no loss for firnevances. ButL-i.i u;r - few months has lifted the ,1 from ihe eyes of the , y -, ..... ... .. lu.; iiuiicrnicn iney raised with such care vanishes like cales riA Uv u.. ment, and leaves the wonting spectator amazed -na contounded at the decekion. He suspects him self to have but just awokcVom a sleep, or recover ed froma trance, and that tie formidable .n.tr. tnat had froze him with hobr. was no mr .k ' v,"lu,c " viwon or is delusion of a dream Charters. Are they sacredf A certain description of people believe in the dos trine that a charter is sacred, lhat a corporation is above any thing human. Is it so However sa cred they may be, they are forfeited through nej;H' genee or abuse of their franchises; in which capes the law judgrs thdt the body politic has broken the condition upiin which it was incorporated. Would it not be advisable to make a suspension of feeie payments by Banks, a just cause for forf-i ure of their charters. By this means it would confine them to a Irgitimate Banking Business would dispense the benefits for which they were established rually among the people, bless the country with a sound currency, and thus equalize the exchanges "a con snmmalion devoutly to be wished for.n G EN. SCOTT IN THE FIELD OF POLITICS. The hero of Lundy's Lane is already in the field as a candidate for the Presidency, armed Vp a pie." He comes outwith'a circular, in reply to "ma ny letters from as many different States, each pro pounding on the part of the writer and his neighbor nearly the same political interrogatories." The con cluding one is "if nominated as a candidate for the Presidency would you accept the nomination?" To which the General replies, "I beg leave respect fully to reply yes, provided that I be not required to renounce any principle professed above. My principles are convictions." Taken as a whole, it is a wishy washy concern, neither fish, flesh, nor fowl; still, we hope that this circular which contains his convictions, may be read attentively, for certainly it i an extraordinary one. and no person can rise from its perusal without ar riving at the conviction that the gallant General will come out of ihe contest with about as many laurels as he gained among the Seminolss in his Florida campaign. TV"- tj: w i . I ' . mor: i nave Deetouch amused in look- nig over the lists of the debl due the United States anK in Boston New Yortt Mobile, and New Or lean. anA I. . J I 7 - wc ucvoipcmenis are passing strange. Among the debt! created in New York9 ,r u?tiPStl?2.4(J. including the "JV" "uiers 91 auu, endorsed by C. S ho. " . C. S.? Is it Coon Skin or Canita chock r it either, the seeiiit ;. .k nil t Mllal. I m I --a. T - -J tuuai. L I iff" PAUL PRY. Editorial. Change. An announcement in the Washington Madisouion makes known the fact that Mr Allen, editor of that paper, is aoout 10 reure irom it, and relinquish it in to the hand of John B. city. Mr Jouca is at present editor of the Baltimore Saturday Visiter, a naner which un der his control has attained a high rank among the literary weeklies. Our neighbor has our best wishes for success in his new sphere. If we mtake not he will find a vast difference between conducting a daily politi cal journal, aud a weekly literary one Bait. Spouts or the TuRr. W. R. Johnson and Mr. Long, the owners of Boston, hate cnauenged tne owners Fashion, (the nag which recently distanced Boston on the Cam den course,) to run a match, Tour mile heats, over me union course, on any day during the month of May, 1842, for 020,000 a side, one half or one-fourth forfeit, as Fashion's friends may choose. The challenge will remain open during this month. Bolt. Pat. 43 real interest is felt in the valley of the Mississippi respecting the point which may be chosen for the , site of the : croitAmnlated Western Armory. v The commissioners ap pointed by the President for die purpose of selecting the spot are now at St. Louis. Pittsburg, Wheeling, Cincinnati,' Louisville, St. Louis, and other places, are all urffing their claims as the mosfappropriatp site.