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AM 1' HtEVEit ON); AMI INSEr A 11 Altl.i; .Jul rno. voi.nii! 3: LSI- Itl TJ,AM, TUlIiV, Al a;ST tfa, I SUO. X v .ii 5? :i5. aJ(- Chr rvutl.intJrvaltr. rreuman bum TvnrjiT, 7 rcti.mi, t. bt wi'li.iam I' ay. I'O IJ T II V. UWV. Trt.nfl a DEATH. Thy rr rlm 4nm In" brigMosl bear la l4Mimm rwth a Vnr tfm 1 I'l pon rt, l.!"rwt, tv.!it pawn , In later Tufa 1 (hown : Vtirri juiim 1 1 'hi'i 11 I in ( nbtsnad Tj tcr yr .c git ( A ltd earth an ! esithlr tbtnrt arc rlened I ttjt.t that I rnV-i from Um, II it ext m lit Ruth of j-Miib. Or dSyi tf etfNittrl mirth. W'r frl Ihr iMicrdri Mt InHll Of lovr't litDalnl n-urlh ( J. f llun h likn h trvuqv.l Mrm W kwli iO-ttitthiM Vri&l, Ani ol).(i mj(ril in H T lir( it i.i;liJg lifit. Tii rvlirn lb If'wltiij winHf art,' AbJ 1'fV ii like Mi- amaa Wh-vir m'Ha(Kia litli Vrr tin iLict .tiM hf thr (-rm roo4w : WIimi Itgltlnlng rlfuvni tb Mark)' aloud, A. I HiiiimIii aruunj Uf, 'I'ii tlitn fl urfiitO H" wcil lly lon(llnH irouihl lit. Oh ! Ilim.ni to ihr wbimiV Tlir Wyonn' lrmWIniy ur)vM fr lli luitr brifl.l Of Suraiiitr rliHitltui iy, '.rn iiiali t" lrll unit mihiwImI hfmji In mnlml .Urkor fi, Th Senile liglit true lurojHlparli 'MtJ 'irmv,cif, umI fenrt. m III limmi mi mi.Ji or J iy lxroft " Tlicir frotti'uin trtlitnm Bliijf, An iliow tint lif In) ionic lln'115 IcH To nliTrh thiir Iiujiw inoydia ; IUIimIi ujwr tli tiik l li'ait, Tlio ili wUtn in ntul, 'f liiil tin ir -ulili rul fenri dc ill. Ai.il umUi tn j-lilor ;oa). If itifli lirlm-rV triumpliiiit power OVripiHti t'Mli'lil by timr, Oh ! ivlig ihll tl nht iti urtt liur Of liippicrii niMicii" f In yutilh 'til like h nielcur'i lem Wlnrli clnuljf t lil in rep liy n nflrr-liAi it ipletiiiori irrrn 1..uVk1 witli tcriiitv ! . ITI i c ii I I :t tt y , tv -- . -irr- r - TnRro.s i mm. On ono of the balmiest mor- nings lhal over brokn.wo doncondoil the rude Menu I leading to tho boil of the Trenton Fall. Wo roach cd the h.ittnm, and stood upon tnc broad, tolid llour, a hundred foot down in tho ery heart ufllio roek; and my furl forlingi worn tlmM of r.lonishmout al the subltinepiandour of tho arene. In a few minutes wc, stood helo.v thu fir ft fall. The wliulu oluine ul the river lion; uettceiKis tiny leeliit n kiu gle leap. Tho basin uhich rcceivos it is worn in to a deep, circular abyfs, tind the diuy a Iiirl and tumult of the water is alinoat oiorweriug. Wo ascended al tho side, and ul a level with tho top of the fall, pitted under an imrn-nv: liolf, ovcrphad owing up almopt at the height of a cloud; and ad vancing a little further, the whole grand i-wecp of th river was before u. It wac e iceno of which I had never befuru any conception, and I confess myself tnaiic'iuatft to describe it. To tand in the tied of a torrent, which flows for m.lea through a eolid rock, at rn.iro thin a hundred foot below the pxrface; to look at tills tremendou gorge, and m, .h far as tho eye can stretch, a river niching on with amaxing velocity, loaning at cvory fow rods orcr a fall, and Milking into whirlpools, and pwecp ing round projecting rock constantly and violent ly; to tfc this, and then look up as from the depth of the on Mh to tbo giant u alin that i-onfln it, piled apparently .n the very ski, this I a fOiuntion to which no Ijugiiog thai would not ein riuiculour liypcibole could oo.'josticc. When the finl vurprtoe u over, and the mi ml has become familiar in a df;r with ibe wi.ftl'c petipe of lh whole, tbero Is something dvliyb'.fully Iran quiiinng in individual feature. Wo spool the wliole day in tottering Miy up im Miem. HopHiig at every fall, and etery w.ld Hpof tbo nanow ppe, and resting by the &me r erery gootlo dcclivily whore the water 4ot FHiooihly down with a aurfsce as (wluhed as if Us arrowy velocity ivore i no ieep oi uaoipaiem luunmio. i imro is immm- ing rnmo l,eulirulMiMU water. Look al it "hen you Will in Stir nf It lb "4B lormh. til motion or al rest drippm? from the mow of a tpruig, or ) psnty perfidie,'' would they di-iplay to our mental leaping in the lh.wa4.-r uf cataract it has alway iiwa. Wual treatma framed but to he broken -the same woudrrlul. ktirpaaaieg IhmuI). Its clear i nbt pledge -riven but never redeemed what tranpiciicy, tb erir of iU try puwtible utuliou, i Broniip uwd. but nerer roiatled, weald tbty the Lrillunt mine o tl I -, aod iU saaietltc match in the M, are uwlrhvd unMedly by no ttth er element. Who h not 'blewed it unaware I' If object that meet the eye nvav any effect uftvti our happiocw. water u aruotg th firrt of bunts n blctMngs. It i ib elstiJesl thing anie; axtteu. The mtpiiea unter use it cmalanily a to hwi for glsdr.e. to4 eryatal w stars' is life bosulrfot type of the Apueslypte ft.r the jey ef the Naw Je- rulem. I I4e.(iad, fur its daily tfolaJM; but it is an eiey day bkwwiag. tttat it ledori nn noticed. Txk a rntld u it, and be ciap h lull binds with delight ; id peM it to any etK in a r.rw furui; d his eas are benwdtiei. The tnin of Srin imsgiMttua. whs levk (ot the fuA time on N'njsts. feel an MnaflK to leap ta. wbtefa t altuutl me.isublo. What is .1 bet a delwtout faKtntiivu the same apell au.ii. .i. ine iwvlinea of vtonuu, or tu pl.jy of a sat clud draus you to tbewi, sud tutitt toujog :or tue go.cer. uinga of the iiUit - 1 trH .:: t f ynen ftr Iwi ii.gr. ..a. It ttccei'ftc lLs e . -.he na'cr fruui mv It h cheated mo of y sorrow uflwn MmpeJt boy, and 1 be bun btde it in' lb mmer day when ab uti luVnl. end delicKily ferret my dry phylotaphy. Ii be always the msec pnre flow, the nte low music, and is always reedy l bear away yor thoughts uHn iUbin, Ilk tn Hindoo's bsraue of now cm, to o ffhBflin alive Wtvvn. fVWi. Ami tht (M( JiumaL !!r?ljr a pprr h Tfcma to haw! tf Ijte, tw it ftiHH th .VortLor h .Siuttflli' Rt or Vt, but tlmt iiptn opnin(; it we fltid plarinp a', at in npitaU, with a due nrr ompauimrnt of r-iilamatii u pnitrtf.the wnrdi Indian HnHilitin ! Indian iinr r ! Indian Cruiltto ! Indi.Mi Dpr-ilion ! JSft U'irtai ! Indian Ooflajftatinnl Indian tMfcM! with a lout Itat f el rtra.and an- fwinM thervtd, Inrilltnc arcoaoi of th out msec roiBiriKlpd by tiMinrtwpfMiNl in tho wmhiI fflowine ct.io, in iw to wnrll upon wr runaibilitMM., ,m HM our ayaipatbi.M. and ooH futtli an utM,HriiR of ditefal wons and ufimeaMHinl indigrntion upon th bMd of tml HiofpJy tin ptpinralorii tlnriof,but all bearing ihu Mm tiamr, or citm,ctei therewith by tb tin of rohaiMruinity. Par be tl from us to countotisiicc llip tuixleeda Jof tbe rod man, or to ay attglit thai may lie uon tttniM tutu an npptovol of tbu havoc ami iluolalion ilio u rol li.Mlufa am! dieiruat-, which hu Iioh occu ioncl. Itul after duo deliberation, after a fccrinus ron- nioVratititi of the tnnttcr nltor i .aiiiinliig it in all its bcanitfj nml ilrpetidonciea, v can coini' l) no othor conclusion than that the ignorant, I h. fnonil leal, thp inigoii1e ion of tliu furcft nm moro "aituiftd againat than willing." i no Iru'h t, in nioxt of tho orcurriMicos t lint. trunplrn between litem nml tho w hitet", we ln-ar bill tug aiilti ortLu ijiienioii ; and that told to tin, not bjpiii impart ia I obpurvrr .- iiarrnlor? not hy eno aIio is anxiuiis to deal justly ami net uprightly but hy the contending power, who wewcil :n the most favornble light poaaiblc, is intoroalud to bond troth ami juettcu in its own favor ; nml too fronc- rally Ih ronipu'cd of nic i malerinl. that everv thtiip, not uxevptintr truth nnd justicc.must bo sne rificeil to it is bftpn am) coIiIkIi purposes. Wo must remotiibr that the Indian has no one to recount In- wron; ho hua mil the iklhIiiiiii of .i public preat", throii.'h which to tobut the clmri'ea brought offutnal htm; our whole nation mnv bo rouaeo up in opposition.!!) hini.by tho lilo ami t-lafi. ilorous ncvimatioim ihnt the iriiicilcs ppeculntur or tho hoartlou trader tnny promulgate, and he re main aj uiturly ignorant ot tl.o chargu.,a he is complutuly inniicont of the crimes or mimleeils al- lonod npainal hi;n. The white man may burn Inn wigwam?, tkina- talc his hunting grounde, tender ueclcte his fifh- uii; ppotn. cheat Imn out of bin posfCFf ions, nnd all thii he musl bear in siluneo ; or if, yoadrd on by ropealnl liictilts ami tnjnrtee tfo prourrieg" mosiir rciittnucc, or fecU rclnliatiori.tlictc rcrkles mur dcror.t nnd pillagcrR Lecomc Ins ncciibcr?, judges, juro'rp. e.Nccutionors. f an Indian by way of redressing bin gretianccs, makes at. incursion into tho border pcltlemcrils nf thu whitep.nr if, front tho depravity of lii nature or tho fctinmliis uf ins corrupt l abttB, he gIiouM do thai which thousands among us arc daily guilty of convert tho property of othois to his own iifo i he diet in b!u zoned forth in tbo print?, from one end of the Union to llio other; the tocpin is sound ed, and an iiidiierimiuato ar is vvnged against rill that enn ho encountered; and tills done by the cirihzttl w liil c man, who thinks it Mrnnge, ttidend that thu unenlightened rod man should endeavor to redre the indignities? ho has suffered, when where, and in the mod tummnry manner that he can. If u log hut be burn:, or a liorso ptolen, nr a few huinon lieiugs are tnknn cnptlvcF, or iui'nohted, perhaps innocent, perhaps merited victims to their vindictive fury, papers, pamphlets, books arc it.hii eil m'o being, to tecotint the .vronga ; the inlelli gence is litcnod to by ovorj ear, is dwolt upon by every tongue, ami becomes familiar as household words In all throughout the land, l'arenis al length cherish the iratnn ppirit of animosity against the Indians that Annlcar did aguiribt tho Uomans, and their children renolvt, if they do not, Annibal like, sHonr, never to bo at peace with them Hut how many tribes Iiavo been swept from the fico oftbeoarth how many noble cluoftian? with their wivee and fiirnilto, Imvobien butchered or doomed to a bondage woro than death, without the least inquiry boing made respect ing.t ho juattce or rather gr injuatico of their fate! How many have ouduted all lhal Logan ondured, fell oil lhal he fell, without bts gift of iitturance, powers of eloq-ience. ability to umkc a patholie appeal to the belter kindlier feelings of our nature ! How inanv i pt.md on of the furest aro theio.at thu day.vvho, could they nuike their tuicoe licard. and there language intelligible to u, would cauo many one kimmg those standing in high places to lorn i pale, aod tremblo lor the afety of their reput.- Un.ru! ! I What n. blaeb mrtmu of '-fuiuhlf u rniirn nml noiot out to u ! What rile sraaiiaaa .what nun abuse, whatjow doceptlons, what bn Uoacberies, wonld Ihey Cli up, that they ha been, aod oull are, taibjecttnl lo I How might they cano to nog in or eara the aecouRt of tb bas ingratitude re Mined by o tod oer futefatbera. on tbem and their progvauturr, for the many kitdneees received in , oarty ums at lueir hand 1 How wtgbt they ; heap walls f tire upon ear bws, by eontraating I the conduct of the ealanie ui.k aa ut cbanta- iy term mum. wnnuw cbruuaa wmte man, , par oxtrllcnce ! eenotainale OHraalie. I'sttcR. It i so teldotn that w win ce! Ha M-ldom ! Do ue ever win it 1 Tho Male, wa, bo devoto lit youth tu the struggle of arn bllioa the lataelor of inecbsrio'. imarovcinea' who tt4rve hi own ganeraiKi. to bestow inat- I ntble bncfl on the i.t-tt tb fond ideal.), l, dream rettteat'r tin u;N n j .th, and dies cn ',''py .0 Ins o.J age '(! .nan of U.e wrd.u-e ntrtuw reart is f:.L;t t. Jy i .es ail lo.ife A.r r : to its erjoymei.t but when life $in l cJaflbood. t"?k nfaureeWul lives .) and when the fUHMnmi h won power, and patrofmee u-fiwi lb util.ia riMi b retrthsed a shadowy inrtionJV somf n- c' HiP when tb pVr i. tetd, flaliwed. and j e.ififiJ-vn(l th ron 4lr orld Kit bar-owie j n omrt in hi own lull eitcls pencils ti)l , distant dream. O'J are cwrn nn. dmn. DM a rrrrna nn. Inln Ik narrow bound of a f fWi')f. thoy rrnutiiill . r . f Ufi i that youth fimd nrfiM to bar arhtyltd. ' Th arm of dentin irf ibtm turnard thfy MM! Of I to thr f rave, f hi. ! IWathV irtam fWU mi htwi Ulf fulflllrfl ; ptana l.alf aialun-il ; ftu-'gir wrak J nd. bH null at work-it ''! J.'f" i r im ptace m ytt onuon : nvn,H ff.iw. TII K fiEKThHAlBN IN THE OTHER JIOPM. A collMHnr of MiWrnbtwa fur n publication, ealk'd al tb ton- of bonk or other; a hoII known driiffelol tul aoliril hw ri'tfcrtpiinn. 'i'ho stonilT wjjph j4 ol.wan,!- u r. i, ,itMl al tli wliirh i okeanily miisl tld tioidMl al Mm faf 1 whj, .. tvl5lrwlit KTinc'd to bo window of looking jIbm. Ilrtwepn them ia n door that opein into the hark ranL Hut tho flrW improMion of a perioti.cuininf; into tb rtore and not being flume of the drrrptiniion the mirror, ig that there ia another room boymd. t In this wny our Ho'icitoi nf nitrioH wa dceeivod, 1 1 n in tided ii bot.t power, ofportuapinti in vniu tion Dr. I' , the drugitl ; ami teeing the raflectinn of the Doctor's porum in ono of tho mir rors afortaid but en stainlin that hu could tin', sro ia own ho tnid, "perhaps tho gentlemen in tho other room will i-ubcribe,'' "I thin!: it likely," raid the Dorlor, who it fond of a joke,"lic' a rcat reader to my eortnm knowl edge, nnd tnfccs n variety of publicntiom of one Link or oilier." "I'll try him, any how," so id tho man of sub scription'. Win tiiereupuu patliermi; his p:i- pora, and putting them uuJor Ug arm, he marched, with high hopea nnd rnieed expectations, to the back door, liich he llung open with a confident flourish, he had mistaken 'honatute of tho piemi fcs. Ho puked In? hvnil tlironeli tho il.ior turn- ing it first to the right, nml then to tho left, to look for the two windows which had po deceit im) him. rinding mi windows thcrc.it begnu to occur to him that the "gentlemen in the ot'icr room," was r no other thnn the doctor hitmclf ; which reflection io wrought upon Iiiin, thut, ho hauled in Ii- I. cod nnd closing the door, and wheeling about ho wnlketl "liko n i-trcnkjof lightning" into tin; street, and has not been heard of eince. .V. V. Tram. A fracas. Tbo following appears in :i Scr York napnr nu nnoxtrnrt ofn letter from Ohio: "I wns in Detroit week brf.irc last, nnd witness ed rather an tinpleacant encounter between hi" ex cellency S. T. Mason, (lovernor cf..Michigan. nnd Cien. Iloynton of Ohio. A euiivurptiTinn nroru rn- latit'C lo lto Ijooinliirt lint. -tti.it- lliW'' -rmimi .11 of iliclilcm, fie. .mil iiuui ronio reiiinrhs tlint lien, I), inadvertently dropped whila dining at 'the A mericari Hotel, Mason drew tho carving knife and made attempt to henrt him. Gen. II. saiv Ins nTovcmctit in time to word oil' t'le blow tool; tbo knife from him throw him on the tloor, put his foot on him nnd toro his coal to poices then throning him w'o tlio tieot, mw1 a loaded horse whip ami gni; In, a hiwta i!agollation,which soon cooled his ire." I o I i I i c a ! WHAT IS CONSISTENCY.? Wo havo always, hitherto, tuppotfd that to he consistent, ono should adhere lo Ins nn uvuvved principles'. It is thoeant of tho duseiter and al most always nothing hut cant when n man nop- n rules from his party, Ilia: his patty bus UJ'l him. They .are wrong : ho is light. Now tho individ ual who hopes to preserve consistency or tho rep utation of tt, in this way.'deceivcs hiinfolf : but he deceivoa no one elFe. Wc have smd thr.t tho vir tue of conaistoncy ia in an udii'-reiice tu principle. "Alcaiurc, not men," is ono of tho axioms that are over true ; if it bo faithfully applied, to guidu tho judgment on political actions, u freo people cannot be enslaved. If Messrs. Hallet and Harbor were sincere in their denunciation, as well of tho policy ol Air. Van Huron as oflus ambitinr., ixprtwsed in tho brief but pungent paragraphs given bolow, it would seetn that they mosl havj doaurted their pneciples, and, theiefore, lost their ronaiaiency. Kor Van Huron ha changed tietlhur hmiAulf, nor his policy. Hut, evidently, there is a cbauge pouto-A-here ; otherwute those gentlemen could net be now laboring lu .ro mole the uccosion of the "High l'riot-ol I'olmc nl Intrigue." Whore, nnd in whom, I he ehange has been wrought, not mmy nved le be laioroied. tyfirit oJlG, ( Vow tht Slalt Journal. Ib 1531, n'Kdilor of the Aliildlebury free l'rera Air Harbor used thi language : '' "IfDxrt ewer ww ""'H t(Ati iht i'an llmrtn tysUm qfpotitin, U ' tkr .Jroi-party. Ir, ........ . ....,-a tn Krl'.mn km I'liritTn . . .1 . . . i TUB CAi.r!, lo aruruy uk" jpwm ; .11111 er wk, r urr. i-k to ,ai Ihtl n it (iiwur) nm. iiav DEfJCNERATBD tCt)RtUI riON'jS iw V t V UI'l-rMKU tiv trill aaf n.u nM-r ecr Ori'OSK Hat itjtfBoiiat!etr Xt n- ow no FaKtu vacsar." In the nbc year. Mr Haltctt, IWitor ofthe Boa ton Advneale, notified Uartin Van Iluren't renin frnn England aa follows : "Hon. Martin Van lturen ha arrived at New York from Europe. He coT.ee al ui lodttpftuoe time for the pnueelv reception wuirb ht tie? aub ject of New Yatr bid prepared for him. The Choi en will be an overmatch even for the Alagl cmt. Ii ohm to bu ooit.jjjL ia lime to save the rititxrifjHuf Ne' Yoik-fromlfce dtinJutitu nf of having the Freedom of tbeir city laid at the rW uf the HlCftl IMHEST tjl' ?UJ.ri'lCAE I.N TRK.UE." n,ee pr b think Sir Van Horen' ptue-1 : pecs Sa'.tleriog matt b iiuane. Look at T ( . e.M-which ieo J.'.- oi o i..ne rt toieo win. . t Ju-...i has I..H.. rlo reled win. u'.e swsy rtjacu trie taiori c iw old mil), Willi lilieim,dr i unamuii'v. ' ' l Tr.:..-. 'n., wh.vO never i.ts t ijy.rn J Mr a . Hjreo and nrr will, ink Gnral MMMKwmi. trnl tlir.r twn tlf wl.M hit pfW)HWl in ha? bon off f.nrdW. na1 nop can lit r. "nably rnlriind of trie Mr-ftil ttHrtlVfar t mWt M'w, whM-h l..twyrfitdM4M pntltm. U r fa it iMrwMit. Mr Van BitT fi wit ka tJ H.U.i f I L.. B,i tUtMl . . "ht"i . . saw ...... n . 1ta in Kflllid mha ninnorl fitm Ivriticr lie I opponfd Mr Madinaw ! ) Nn WTtft. . . .. r lb IMW of tfc tkhlam PrfttM. Kir t I petcrtr-J that m tf your antMrn iwftn rfn not tk wtth no n. irli' ,mJpn'-i' t.f tb'aM(w oftlw lUaauo;. ti. kH in tn'K'at. mm im? ign i imi iwri w.i'i'.T jimjiTy, ri p'p tmrhy hat bn rapidly nn tlm iwrtaw and will Mmtinueto incmaim until thf cltc'intl vbti it will f-wwp alt bftn ;. It may Uf within you' hofwlwlj lhal a lrg rMirtlan of th iricinnl frifnd of ibtn, Jrkavin M-e flirrabm to ebartnr bfinsitfaoted by retm- being a vlvania to the Dank of the Uuitedijtatea and that this portion have become nourc.1 and disgusted by ll o Itilerfbroiice nf the national tiliiiimstrniiun to prevent the charter and by the vulgar denuncia tion by the Globe of the Senator who deemed it their duty to promote the interest nl the Htale by voting for the continuance of the Dink within 'it boiderp. This, wr. regnrdi d altogether , a mat ter for n H'.nle evtiVideration.in which the national ndmliiistiatio i Klmuld not have taken any pari and their indelicacy on thin m capital wili eoet Air Van Huron a great many thousand votes. You may also know, that during the contest fur Onvnrnor, (Ion. Jnckion pavo n toast highly eoin pllniutilnry to Governor Wolf, which nt the time Satlsod some irritation nn tho part of the friend of Al At tiloribiirgli nnd thi lias rceeily boen iriPrrn sod by tho appointment of the oxJ" (lovornor comp I rotor of the trnnsury, The eirciimstnneo will nl o diinlniph the nmnb-r of Air Van Huron's votus. Besides, uu.sl of the voluntoern who aerved un der Harrison ntc strongly attached to him sud will vote for him sjmo of them usk where wa Vim Huron vhon wo wero righting the buttles af oic country under our bravo old General ! Was not Van llureii al the sume lime opposing Altiuao. nnd the VrAr.I Tnlie'thci tho Jnckaoti men friendly to the; Hank, the dWatitfied 1'nends of Mulinbui!h tho vol untecra who Served under I Inrripen during the war nud ndd them to nil tho Whigs nnd all the nun 'lupous in tho State, and you will fiud a large ini jorify in favor of the Woelern SlnteioMii nnd Sol dier. Ilifiientls nrn in high pptrita nnd confident of victory whilst hie opponent discouraged and dupresM'd I woilld therefore not b rurried nl 11 majority of froin'thtrty to lifty thousand fir the old veteran. Let ns know tljrongli your paper the prapcl fur tho good cnuse 111 Maryland and Virfiuin you need hnvo no fenrifllir I'ennaylvania nnd Ohio tub majrjtjtics m bflirsiatoa wtTI naffiiii.h the moat sanguine Iricntfs. A NATIVE WHIG, .itmfoii, '.. July I I, lS.'KS, ' - j,m The amount of Wlc Maury in thu snvernl de posito bunks on tiro boeund inalain, was fully million bundled cent. two and JiMiiilrOjl tun thirty Ihouaand fin: hcvcnly ms doliara and eighteen Trramry Dtpurtrifnl, .'iHtf. 'i, lStWJ. In cniil'orinity with resolution ofthe Senile, passed July 1st IBtlfl, dlrecliti that "driring the eni-uing recess of (ongruad.tho Secre'aiy 01' tho 'l'reasury cause lo ho pul)lined al the commeiic ment of each month, n ilntoment of tbo amount of money in the tretiHury f&ulect to dral, and si so the Uiiuount otiindiiig lo llie ciodit of disbursing oflicers," ..in uuwi-i.$i-o ouivujr iiouco iiini iiie amount, of moiioy in the treaaory abject tu diaP," us almwn by tho running account ijfthe Treasurer, was on the 1st instant, till, ff tIfi dollars 0'i cents, and "thu iimouift stamliiig ttCilm credit of disburMeg oliieers," shown by tli a latest rnlurn received was 3, 07f, TWdnllare 2!1 cent-. LKVT'WOODm-'KY. tlec. of the Treasury, Ibinki. Two nepv BantH. or joint stock Com panies, arc about to go iiiuF opporalmn in Ciuada, undor tis aiwpicn and dmjuion of sundry gentle men ol tajta slate and the Mfjg,daa ; onn of which u to be seated at Wterloo?ltfpoito Black Hock, aod the other at Point Abinoj bout I woli o mile lions, ao far a our r trie control cl in- up the Uke. Both these ins'ij knowladgo exianda, will be uu dividuals wlio are ooiisiiinred iiOg the moat re- spacUbte in our ciimiroiniiy 4 we doubt not will Ue conducted in sucli a or: r a to insure the utmoat t' ci.rity linffalo Jaurual. tu tl eir olllt!, TilK ZODIAC. This inoriyW) periodical hurt, ,. devoid to sc.er.ee, l.iratur1fcHd I thenrta. la. entstred upon it. second year. (., HoWm, Sis ' 1 nf I1 eu lor our iv us in oinecf uiuur napolton t and now u a man oi literature, baa o aslant j , - - I "f H Pub,u,t"'r' '"" uneh IU ' ..llei,a f men, W,, and of bk.. Ii Ivhior, M. II. Wobli JCeq. . a geatiemansuf tat and latent. JtUmmtJtmrtol, y i We laCit tli TBe eate nerau aya t m iIH tlmt a I dandy wa taken up under the dog set rWHarny I the odket inataittng that be waa a pWppy.P I It in aUted in the N- Yuri. ComaaepaJ that young it obi mm oik- t fight the 5tfgea. We a glad of it ; sibap Im will aWi tbsnr band the jwatir wu.cb bs beeu dajat km by a I civil trtbonal. Taste barb wm bib t PtdJtbw.s " i OaAWmgH Mi tu A aain'dVwn east raetratly sold his wife fur .agdwrcw ia three children 'ta boot.' u ..ow u. :.., . . . t . . aho recenity taken up b .r ; i.' Ii-ii. Ilni..i, b, i I I bty. ! t j i , . .; t o...-. s t,, rvn .(0 7 an ' o ,!. . L ).'! i. ii i.i' recei v 'fdja) mass. 1 rjMn pto, A At 1'iras! fkmrni orr ii.um n. iuriumn. Mf Uln . ! )! ppli lllqUr. jtlwll mktJi WHni. Uu lUmw ' I tr. hf n Iif ih iMi-,.i ihr OwUmtu . ( Mt Li ..j.i ,i ' ...ui.!ii. n k.i . ' . .. . . ... . . . .1 . i i f WI W t'Wi . fT I f ' t (t j r. ir,.i. n , tt rel d. ,!.. . r U.m dc n .'k ainHitiMl of other ftutb'.t! hkI r( Mr mn i'Tf I frvm Ac 1 nwa rr"- H wi the jlrtt dl- Rt in C''jtr fi-m lint y 1. ' oi eimiiitj mil uf IM Allrahi"' ed '' m i'"0 . He Ainmtedb Ml J ffnto.i, tii iniHirolllie Tcitit'iy ntlnd an tn IfMI t By Mr MMhlw,CiiifuiJr o, Cbwf f the North weitcra Arssy m Itttf i By hi Wlosr cliin tn Oh'rX n mimWr ef (.'iM.eis lu lal.V. by the lrtliop f lhw a bntstur eftl. L fit' e IBtSt and Br S.(l Ad"" Minister rUu.p.ittutisi j to tli ft puUtr i-t UlunirM in lirtti. And nMninstM hy C;swii r.f the I'ettpte In Piiiif Tltitn. Oh I . Msiylsm', Vlrpoi . cw Veh, Indmns, til mob. Delaware. ('.ineectiotM si .1 Vemomt. nml by lh IfWslore nfK oliickv. In tl r luaju(r of Mr Moirr of t)hts Ih lhr of t on "It wa when that now populous State (Olw) una nn onbinkeo furevt, ulo n her uov fertile poiI was untitlci', nnd the stir of henvio honp upon the mditndn of a irticklemi ilite riinp. that General Harrison, then in the 0wcr ol hi yoiilh, lift thu home of hi tnfcnev, the rrnofurts, the pleneuie, the consolations of family and friend, and united himtelf with the army of the nnrlh-v ei, nnini'ili ately after tho defeat of Hi. Clair. It was no no mentnry impulse which prompted him lo crokr nn rugged tnonntain. anil h.i'.inl Ins life in an enter prise, where none but his iminedi.Mu. nkocnitci cnnld wilnesa his valor -and if Im fell, none bill his fellow soldiers could perform tho last end ollicei of friendship. He vvn h.il the, germ of tlmt clnvslrto Bptrit, winch, in after Jiinra, expanded in all .Is full, iioes nml power, and in tho midsl of trial, nnd doubt and danger, whether cheered by the voice of ftieuds or assailed by tho bittertieps of enemies, had proud ly rustained hun." "In Dec. 1703, Harrison, then n lieutenant, wns derpatched with other olPier , by Gen. Wayne, to lake posinWion of llie battle ground of St. Chtlr. The duty wns pntfbrinod Mini the remains of moio than U00 brave men who loll in tlmt bloody renroii no, were eolleited ami interred on the spot wheru I'orl Recovery wa afVrvvarda built." "In tho dec iiu victory at i be Alnuinee in 1701, I turmoil served as Aid-du-Cnmp In Wnyim ami to ceived (ho moat llittoring oncommiiis from his com. mander; tint victory was obtained under thu puna of a rtrilifdi fort, nffaliibt a snvnyo foe, led by war like and talonted chinfa, nml aided by their HiMlsh allien. Horn our youthful soldiur laid the foiinda linn of t tint military ktll, which nlierwurds on the wantu field, in tho trem-hes of I-'oit Aleigs. display ed itself in al' its Initio. Thu i-eigu uf lhal fur tress is it bright eni in cur nonnls." "Tbo battle uf Tippecanoe ih mutter of history. 4lt.M-,i,.rIl.. Oi Utt U... . V I.OIt f2lt. llMtriMOO was called into the bold hu wns Governor of the In dinnn Territory ; nnd nich wns tbo confidence of I'rosident Miidimtn in his military rjunlificalions, that a regiment of regular troops, nnd one too which eigunlixed itself afterwiuils, was placed under hi t'titmnarid. This liltln nrmy, in inhlilioli to that regiment, was compoed of i-evurul eompunics of Indiana militia, u snniil corpp ot inouuled ritlumen, and a troop ol'hoiso from Keiituck). Thn ofllccrH that led ll.eso bravo men wcio dtstiiigniihcd by ihoir talent and valor ; nnd ivln u in tho tiillnes of the night, tho crock of tho ntle broke upon their slumber, they sprang with their eoiorHilus into I bo nodal ofthe light. Theio was no llinchlug ihcro ; il vvna n glorious though a bloody field; when with u force of 700 men, more limn !)UI) well nruied nud desperate Kavngos wero compelled to givo way ; nnd the foci that piich perfect urder nnd disciplinu prevailed throughout that hci!..o of carnage, ruliib il in the plrougost light the tnliiulnml firmuoHS of tlmt gallant soldier whosu voicu, to mo the Inn. guageof i.ne who fought by his side, was heard wherever danger wns mort pressing, ubove the noise of Urn battle." When afterwards an i.'lempt wns lunilo to bully the well gained fauio of Ibirmon for this victory, "the people of Ky. paid .i memorable tribute to tlio Hero of Tippecnnoo. In Dec. 161 1, hy n solemn vou? of llie I.egialature of Kenluckv, while lo r member were in mounting for thu lo of tho gul ! Mnt " fell hgiiling for their country, a reoolution was paaaed as fullows t Iteipolved, That in tho IjIu i,nmpnign tgninl t!m Indiana on the Wabaeh, Gov. Win. 11, Harrison has in llie opinion of ties I.egilaturo, behaved like a hero, n patriot, and a general ; nml that fur his eon), deliberate, skilful slid gallant conduit in tho late battle of TtpperanfHi, he well deserves thu rnitt thank ofthe Nation." "Tni was the language ofthe het and boldest of KentuiskV chivalry, while txr legialatne hai's wero hung with uiouriung, kiwi whali if ant unk.nd I feeling eisl'd HgaHMt (ja. Harriaon, it would I have bee lisulayod. Ii wa the warm, th ei.tnu- I aiaaiic expromoo of generoua finding epurrmg 'lio , nf thow who WimU elMScIc U cuuf,0 ,,,. J sjj,, B-PWIW- imi U ult,ed." boldly aaeertiog "VVbeuatWwardk the celebrated Tecum' i. hid planned a syatew f opeialion, in innjuiicliyi. with the el.Hif of I he outh and tiorthvveeluni Indisns, bih required the inoat proluiitid knowledge of Indian pokey in ewuateract, Outu Hanison do.;. 'ay. ed hi eigactty in an eminent degree, and com pVtety Mibdsied the turbuhrnl awrit of lhoo lu natl tnbe." Wfieu the new nf ihe war with Great Hritari rraehed the west, the heu nf Tippt.-esave was at !iwmat, ready to bnd m bis wtid again, Lany in Augsat thefJoernor ul J-.ei.tock sont to him by ei,iicts, ree,twkliug ; p"uv jl Frankfort without rteiay. tin hi arr is) be wa iminedis't'y eensiihasl a K tbv dpon nof the Keuturky u,i-rrt-a deetined lo protect the '.mlh watt; although tateee trottp avore cowmi.:. .' d high in rank in hi u atate. yet foilowiri,;' jt the borsl of public rwta.nnd bt tU a of Hhvlby, Col. It. it. J Jul am ed uiba-r. i v uit wbo bad been a i orrad on lUrnson tho r (!. ofthe Keuturky terelvtiuaary .Wier. loll ui .',. .4iiifil him U l l Iwrbrate tfOp to tie- ffotitier. Tt.iv JisluigtMslwsd Imuof, thus be ,,'. .i - ;t r ti.o l.iii.v .... tt. Wabnh wu i ..it io nton' It no uJiw'. lit 'ij by