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J. A. STEVENS, Editor and Propr! 3(01
jAZOO CITY", (MI.) FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1810. VOL. i, No; 49. Whole No. 105.'- V Citf Whis ani Political Register. faiXTED ASD PUBLISHED EVERT FK1DAT, : BY a. A. stevens; - (CITY PRINTER.)" O.i .ITxta S.'rcc, oppotile .If. B. IIamcr'st the north end cf ihe "Manchester Hall." tn TERMS. The Weij will be famished to s cribers at $5 ou per annum in advance. . 1 1 1 i . .J Ua .at. 1 03 periquare for the Erst insertion, and 50 cents tor eaca wees inicauer ten lines or ii titttting a square. " The number of insertions re ts uired. must be marked on the margin of the man- 1 . mi : . i T:ii rl,:,l nrf USCnpif Or liiejr will uo isiserieu mi ivuii ; charged accordingly. Auvemsemems " .rx mnil h. .KKnTTinaTiSKi! with tlifl CASH. cood reference in town. Announcing candidates iorotnco wui oa $iv wi sgampunci jiv state oSces in advance. - TT.-. f f.w line nr livaa. renewable at Dleasure 60. 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Editor of Grand Gulf Whig. W. B. TEBO, Editor of the Fayette Advertiser NEED & NEWTON, " Publishers of the Southern Reporter. BAKER & CURTIS, Editors and Proprietors of the S S"8 ' Publisher of the Southern Sentinel. A RCA S.CLARK. Pnblishor of fort Gibson Correspondent. GLU. K. K.lUrjK. Editor of Gallatin Star. SUNDAY MORNliNCi ATLAS. rrn jIS weekly periodical has commenced UL giving a series of illustrations by the best artistsin New York, called . PORf RAITS OF THE PEOPLE. TUcea oro nrnmnanied bv cranhic sketches of character. The price of the Atlas is on ly one dollar and fitty cents per annum, ana for this small price subscribers will have 0riw fifv.twnsnlendid ennravinss, besides all the news of the week, Tales, Criticisms. Fun, Face tis, Humor, Vit,.bpice,ac. Th rat nonnlaritv which the Sunday Mornin Alias has obtained in the space cf something less than two years, nas muueeu its proprietors to give, at a great expanse, ifiU nornliar and interesting feature. Two subscribers joining can enclose a $3 Vill, or subscribers may enclose one dollar, and they will receive the paper for eight months. " " ' . . Postmasters who obtain subscriptions are allowed one fourth cf iho subscription.. ... 5 All snW.riniinns to 13 .paid ia cdvance a3 no papers will bo sent until tha cash is received. .. Country papers cxchar.gicg ' villi us will nleasa copy cr notice t.. 5 c :vcri: 1. lO.i-P. r:r. 1C2 Kz'zzn trcet,'N. York. , rr.-: 1 the Baltimore Tatnot. . ' JcIin'C. -Cnirion:! TJy.-aTo. .' .2 Comic PolUicat SoaTune "John, An , derton tny Jo." John C. Calhoun my Jo John, I'm sorry for . - :- your fate, , -... You've nullify'd the Tariff laws, you're nul- lify'd your Slate; You've RulIiiyM your party; John,' and prin- ciples you know, - - , vr And now you've nullify M yourself, John. C. Calhoun tnv Jo. v- ! Oh! John t how could you look into the face of Henry Clay!: : " The glory .of he. Western World, and of the : World away; You've call'd yourself his master John, but that can ne'er be so, For he would not own you for a slave,' John C. Calhoun my Jo. The father of the; Tariff, John, arid Tatron "' of the Arts, ! He seeks to build his country lip in spite oi . - toreign parrs; And' Harrison will soon upset the little Van and Co. And renovate the Ship cf State, John C. Uainoun my Jo. - John C. Calhoun my Jo John, ambition in despair, ' ' Once fnade you nullify the whole, the half ot it to 6hare; The 'whole hog now you've gone,' John, with Kendall, Elair tc Co. . But you've got the wrong row by the ear, John U. Ualhoun my Jo. American mechanics, John, will never sell ; their voles, For Mint Drops or for Treasury Eills, or even lintish coats; They want no English coaches, John, with servants they foresro, For their carriage is of, Yankee stamp', ; John ; U. Lalhoun my Jo. . Oh! -.John he is a slippery blade, with whom ' you've got to deal, He'll pass between your, clutches too, just " like a living eel. You think he'll recommend you, John, but that Van will ne'er do, For he1 wants the fishes for himself, John C. Calhoun my Jo. v John C. Calhoun my Jo John, if this you dare to doubt; -J Go ask the living Skeleton, who deals bis secrets out: nis favorites are marked, John, the mark you cannot toe, " ; And youll soon repent the' bargain made, John C Calhoun ray Jo. This is a dirty business, John, go wash your little hands, And never bow your knee again, to cunning Van s commands; How you are" off foi soap,' John, I cannot say i Know. :.-v But 'your mother does know you're out,' John U. Calhoun my Jo. The brave sons of the South, John; willnever own y m more, And Benton's Mint drops will not save your rotten to the core; The people will no power,- John, on such as you bestow. And you've jumped your final somerset, John . U. Calhoun my Jo. John C. Calhoun my Jo John, you'll ride with little Van. . , From yonder White Sepulchre, with all his rrotely. clan; . . , The journey will be long, John, now mind I tell you so, For they never can return again, John C. Calhoun my Jo. : : Then better men my Jo John, our said affairs will fix, , Republicans in principle, the Whigs of '76; Ihe omces, they'll purge, John, bwartwout era all will go, And sycophantic fellows too, John C. Cal houn my Jo. . - The farmer of North Bend,John, will plough the weeds away, And the terror of Tecumseh then, will gain another day; America will flourish Johq, mechanics find employ. - ' And our merchants will rejoice indeed, John C. Calhoun my Jo. . John C. Calhoun my: Jo Johnrwhen one la ... term snail expire, He'll drop the reins of power and with dig nity retire, .-. - To look upon a smilins land that he hasren ' : der'd so, 'r;; ' And every Whig will cry AMENl John C. ,;, Calhoun myrJo.; v ; The following is a numerous specimen of Texas editorializing. It is a leader, under the head of "Aquatic Scenery in the Hor ning Star, of Houston, April Srd, and is full of quaint humor, a la Bpz. During the hardest of the storm the day before yesterday, we took a lounge down to steamboat landing; whiie standing on the brink of a deep gully that emptied its torrent of water into the bayou,4 our attention was attracted to the bottom ot the gully, where a drunken loafer was stemming the torrent, holdin? on to a root fast anchored in the bank The pocr fellow,' not' knowing any one wa3 near him, was comlaiinj his fits manfjlly.and i.i calculating his chance cf escape give ulerance to the following: ' . "iiayant th;3 a crful Fitivction toLo pl If I wos a si; vribnt, a rail, or a v,'c. J t .1?, l j Ld n;iier won.-. ..ay ceius a -t Tll L-. . , f 1. . on th3 dI: r than 1 .lever ts c or.: 3 I'm a pone c -'.0 now, there haynt r.o trut.i ia frenc'.:TV. I've weighed a'.l the c'-.-.r.ccs 1 Inicnly two th:t I give a premium for the tkunk holethem's my sentiments If 1 cculd be a mink, a muskraf, or a water snake for about two months, perhaps I wouldn't mount the first stump totner side the L10, and flap my wings and crow over everlastar hie, skientifically prcservated. Eut what's the use holdin'on this rootl there haynt no fckunk holein these ere diggins; the water is getting, taller about a feet, and if my nose was as Ion j as kingdom come, it wouldn't stick, cut much longer. Oh. Jerrv! Jerrvl vou're eonesuck er and I guess your marm don't knowj-ou're out: poor woman! wont she cry th glasses ci:' - i her spectacles uiien .he hears her da. ..a Jerry hasf'ttl .3 v1 !e Bufferlo Lio for his coUnl What, a phy 'tis some phil- antnropis or member of the humane society never had. foresight enough to build a house over this, gutter, with engine to keep" out the water! If they'd done it in tune, they might have had the honor and gratification ofsaving the life of a feller beinst but it's all day with you Jerry and a big harbor to cast anchor in. It's two bad to go on in this orful manner, when they knows I oilers hated water ever since I was big enough ,to Know 'twant whiskey, ifeel the root givin' way, and since I don't know a prayer here's a bit of Watt's Doxologer, to prove-I died a christian: "On the bank where droop'd the wilier, ; L.ong time ago." Before Jerry got to theconclusion.be was washed into the bayou, within a few feet of a large Hat that had tuet started for the steambot; hiVeye caught the prospect of de liverance, and he changed the burden of his dirge into a thrilling cry of "Heave, to! ' pas senger overboard aud sinking,' with a belt tun ot specie: the man what savesme makes bis fortune!", Jerry was fished ashore by a darkey; and to show his gratitude, invited Quashy to "go up to the doggery and liquor." Poetical. We clip the following from an exchange paper who the writer is, report 6ayeih not but it is very evident that "his anxious mother didn't know he was out." "Farewell dear girl, farewell, farewell, ' ; . I ne'er 6b all love another; In peace and comfort may you dwelt, 2nd I'll go home to mother." Anotheb "YiSKB Trick. A 'tarnel cute Yankee in Connecticut is making his 'eter nal fortin,' manufacturing logcabbin buttons'. If that fellow will come out this way, he can make n lexerlastinorlin by manufac turing log cabins. A fortune in our currency, Union, Brandon,, ire. would , be everlasting with a vengance. - ; ." 'A fellbw whose countenance was homely enough to scare the old one, wasg-iving some extra flourishes in a public house,' when he was observed by a "iankee, who asked him if he didnt fall into a brook when young.' 'What do you mean, you impertinent scoun- drell' was the reply.- Why, I did'nt mean nothing, only you have got such an all fired crooked mouth, I thought as how you might have fall'n in the brook when you was a boy, and your mother hung you up by the mouth to dry.' . We think we know of an editor, not a thousand miles from here, that must be the person spoken of above. No Insinuation, 'pon honor. - , ' TfitrE Enough. The editor of the Bache or's Button, thinks there is no necessity for young girls telling when asked to sing or play the piano, and we perfectly agree witn mm. wnai use is mere in saying "i i't sing," "I've got a cold," "I don't know how to play," "Never practised," "Wrist is lame." "Piano is out of tune," and all that sort of nonsense when the thing can be settle din a much easier way If .be young man who desires the lady to fovor him with a song is poor, and the lady don't want to play, 6be should say so and be done with it, but if, on the contrary, fie happens to be a rich simpleton, she should bounce up, seat herself at the piano, and go it. That's the way. to do the things. . : Jv. O. ricayune. Well, Mr. Pic, can't you tell us what the girls say when such an ugly man as you are, ask them to sing or play 1 Nothing exceeds the modesty of the Haw- keye girls. They wont be courted by day light, nor in the evening unless the candies are extingguished. Chicago Democrat. And here in the uranue btate the girls never pretend to toast candles in such busi ness.' ,?Debby," said certain eld lady, Debbr, don't Jet me catch you burmn" candles out a-sparking; tallow is scurse .and perhaps you mayn't get the schoolmaster after alt!" Debby dutifully obeyed her ma 'am. JV. 11. Jirgu. , No cne at all acquainted wi:h such mat ters, will doubt hat Debby did "dutifully obey her marm," ' Eut you forgot to tell us whether she got the schoolmaster crnot.. We give in. Greene, of the Boston Post, may have that old razor. We give it up free- Iv alterTeading the following: Dr. Hitchcock pulls teeth so easllj lhat a man the other day beg-ged him to "finish the rov," after he had removed a decayed one he Paid he enjoyed it. We had scarcely hnis.ied readm the above when we noticed the following in the Boston tnscript. , Those Bc:ica ws ro ahead yet. e rar:s: . (Joe J. 1 a.'urr. it is f;: 1 in:: trout rr3 plenty in Granville, in 1::. ; .t-ie, that when one rv.in i.? n-.hir'r f-r t!.:..;, .::::hcri3cLi:- ed to stand ty t!.a hock, with a club, to pre vent mere than c.:a h c::i t.t ;.t a time! t:. Sam Slick says he never knew tut cne man' to --'die of a broken heart, and he bro't on the life affection by lifting .a big anvil We once knew a woman's heart to be kreken," but ihat was occasioned by her hus band stricking her with a niallel;- She re covered from its effects, however, after a few potations of 'tiled coin.. A Carious AdoertiscmerU.A. mean spirit ed fellow named Wm. Bower, 'advertises his wife In a Maunch Chunk paper, and threat ens that whoever returns her must pay a fine of JiAt O. Sun. ' - " Not very curious, he is only anxious in the matrimonial game to bo ths left lower. Nalchez: Courier. :.POM'iT3CAlIi. THE PROBABLE RESULT. y: Sinco 'the Ilarrisburg nomina tion, the plain issue between the two great contending parties in this country has been made. J On the one siae ve have" Harrison and Reform on the other" Van; Bu re and the destructive tendencies of practical locofoism. ,. There are no mmoJA oistincuons ana ameren ces to distract the friends of either party -no third candidate to ab stract votes from both. The line has been fairly drawn ; and the November elections will prove the unerring test of the result. . In the interim, we would direct the deliberate and dispassionate at tention of both parties to the elec tions which have taken place since the Whiff nomination, and. ask if I they be not so auspicious of coming triumph, as to warrant the inference that the banner of Harrison will float in victory from the dome of the capitol. With the solitary ex ception of New Hampshire a state from which the Whigs expected nothing, and which they conceded unconditionally to the administra tionthe Whigs have succeeded m every contest tnrougnout tue country. Let us go a little into de- ail: Soon after the nomination, Pitts burg elected a Whig mayor by sev en hundred majority being a gain of more than that number of votes since the last election. Next fol io ed tho charter elections in the Empire State, which have unequiv ocally established the strength of the Harrison party in New York, and demonstrated the unshaken adhesion of that noble state to whig principles. In Pennsylvania every local election; goes to prove the overwhelming ascendancy of the friends of Harrison. Philadelphia county, which gave twenty-five hundred majority t j thrJadministra- lon last October, has now gone for the Whigs. In Washington, Dau phin, Huntington, Franklin, and other counties where municipal el ections have taken place, the whigs have gained largely, i In Tennes see, (a doubtful state,) Tipton coun ty, which gave last year two hun dred majority to the locofocos, has now gone for the Whigs by pre cisely the same majority. Bedford county, which threw five hundred majority for Polk, has now been carried by the Whigs. The Harri son candidate for mayor in Mobile, succeeded by one hundred and ninety majority ; the Van Burcn mayor was last year elected by nearly double that number. Cin cinnati has just elected sixty-four Harrison municipal officers out of sixty-five candidates, giving! an in creased Harrison majority of five hundred votes in a sindo City. In Indiana, the Whigs have car ried the capital for tiie flrt time. r In lilaryland, foar elections have lately taken place, viz: 1ft. I:i Calvert county, for a memlcr cf t!ie ln'Tt mtv c-. - 1 y r 1 beini a. whi-T f d. In C :ro- it X"m OZ ' CI i-CC- 1,1 20 t ill ".3 napolia from the hands of tho loco locos, by the. election cf Whir: mu nicipal officers. -Last and best the - recent overwhelming, and scarcely anticipated whig victory in vonnecucui. These are some of the triumphs ed within the last few months. They demonstrate conclusively tha public opinion is rapidly becoming sound and healthy; that tho people begin to discern jho fallacy of tho hollow promises and ialse proles sions of the administration ; that a great majority of tho American pco pie perceive the - necessity of Re- roR3i, and are determined to ? us- tain its advocates. v 1 hese elections are glowing indices of the progress of tho goold cause. Tho popular feeling is enlisted in favour of the hoary yeteran of North Bend, and the genuine constitunonal pnnci pics which he supports ; and the lapse of every day aucmcnts the force of public sentiment, and swells the number of partisans ot Reform We look upon the election of Gen. IlARRison as a settled question. New-Orleans Bee, -Log Cabi.v AxD Hard Cider.' Consternation and dismay sit on every locofoce face, brooding over ruin in black despair. The whole Presidential contest is abandoned The enemy strike their flag before a gun is fired. Pennsylvania is for Harrison oy aoout u,uun majority The entire west of tho State rings with his name, -Every hill, every valley displays the victorious ban ner of tho "log cabin and hard ' ci der." Never, before has tho popu larity of a candidate grown so ra pidly as that of Harrison. The great littleness of the incumbent, the only thing in which ho is great, adds immensely to the . torrent in favor of Harrison. This, joined to his imbecility and corruption Van Burcn, who is now hors du com bat." Pennsylvania is now the safest Whig State in the Union. So we said last December and so we say now. '..'.v-v' y C Philadelphia Sentinel, v BIurder and Mystery. A few days since, on malting some repairs in a house jn Wilhamsport, opposite Easton, it became necessary to take up the floor on the first story. There was no cellar beneath , and on clear ing away some rubbish, tho r bones of a human being a man were found! The skeleton lay upon its side, arid from all appearances must have been deposited there some 18 or 20 years ago. Conjecture is busy as to how the bones got there. That a murder has been commit ted, and that these sad relics are those of the murdered man, we have no doubt. We shall refer to this subject again. r a. luasion ra.) Whig. (tT Joo Smith and his mormons in 'Missouri,;-have avowed their in tention of voting for Gen. . Harri son. Tho Louisvillo Advertiser and other locofoco. prints arc in a world cf trouble about it, and hold up their pious hand in holy horror at the very idea.- Joo and his friends have controlled tho vote of Missouri for several years, and re elected Mr. Benton to tho-" Senate of tho-UniicdStates, and "thesosain ly gentleman-' thought' it all right and proper, but rrow-' when-they propoca the vote for General Har ison, tho boot : is on tho otlicr. leg, r 1 gri :Oi T T T f r ? ' tj.JL jju tuu.j lis u f . I, VERY. :d to I r m t - 11 p cn:: i ... fi 111 uiti I a It w f cut of lLo - f ' .1 i0- . f V- , I til c it t: "lue, liberty and ihop-r. S.t cfh.p pinccs'" and if they find happinc?3 m their peculiar religious tenets and their singular mode cf jiving, we do not ceo who has any right Ito inter fere with them, or why they i hcuhl be interfered vritli. In tho.cxcr ciso of their right of suffrage, when that sufferage was cast against tho party to which wo arc attached," wo did not complain, and now if tlicy choose to vote for G en. Harri son,' wo see ' no reason - why :ir y i tJ i : : : ... ,J J snouiu not uo permitted to do so., From my old Democratic friend, Ritchie. C13. from the Richmond Enquirer, "JOY JOY l!f LONDON NOW.1" Wc have not words to express the joy which we feci for tho Vic tory of Harrison. Never havo wo seen the public pulse beat so high. The shouts and cheers of the im mense multitude which had flock ed to tho Coffee room and Post Of fice on reading the official news from Washington, were , loud and long beyond description. Yester day, the scene of joy and congratu lation continued. "At 11 o'clock", Captain Stephenson's corps of artil lery fired a grand federal salute. In tho evening tho city was illuminat ed." And well may wo rejoice. TFo rejoice not so much for tho splen dor of this achievement, as for tho solid benefit .which it will pro duce. Yet in point of splendor wo have no reason to bejieve that when we receive the official account, wo shall receive any disappointment. The skill with which the plan was contrived lor overreaching the Hy ing encrr.y, the small portion of Harrison's force which was able to come up and cope with him, consist ing principally ofmountcd Rangers under Johnson and Ball, and tho short period in which the victory was achieved, will, we are inclined to suspect, impart to it.the charac ter of a most gallant and brilliant achievement. But its solid ef efcts require no official accounts to emblazon them ; it givc3 security to the frontier Ohio may now sleep in security, ihe trembling mother that nightly used to clasp her in fant to hcr breast, may rock its cra dle in peace." . : Capital, capital. How well tho critter wrote in 1813. - SERVED HIM RIGHT, i The Nashville Banner says: "We understand that a certain Locofoco of Rutherford county, recently: exhibited before a com pany of ladies, a drawing in which a lady was represented in. tho act of presenting Gen. Harrison 'with t "- petticoat. Indignant at tho ibcrty taken, tho 'ladies, Dr; as well as Whig, caused a p to bo made of red calico, bordered with white fringe, and presented to lis unutterable chagrin, and amidst he irrepressible huzzas of tho by standers. The whole matter was got up in the house of a 'sterling ocoioc who i a gentleman cl the t; respectabil 11 ty." served him ridit," ii mo checrj o tho lovely, hi spirited ladies of "Old Rutherford!" r ' . ' a c nip fits ir, - VickaUar At tho great TTiiig mc r . -v- . i in lascn county ivy., a'loec.ccD rrupted I.Ir. Southgatb's rcmar!;3 oy .; f ncutmg lor . v an i, "There" raid MrS. "isaLtill c.v.d! k a j? v 4a w a , -.i v- . i f i rr-j ! ? a j . -s ,r t t , t ! a it. . i c C ft. hi.::ed ca:::1 t c 1 eft' o r,: 1 1. 4 it, A. :e 1.1 awl Jay 1 . IIERRIC::, VE3T KOPE3. A tzrzi i'-t, sre t my fiver: t". ;-3 a ';u. 2 Lar. ci: a f"?c:el i tha l:it cl 'i W A V.iliJiU t ' u ! .i.i iiiuiw tiiti i.. fir' f f . 11 . 1 A . , CI i iOV r;j ci t. tlzt I'm v.-n ::rj a I:. t 1 11. 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