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M Mi "VERITAS NIHIL: VEHETUK. NISI ABSCONDI." ' v 1 . it- c '. I BY TTIOS. A. FALCONER. THC Yr.f.r spiuxgs gazette ,-:!,.! ltirtU&8tft ris--'''" IrJ u '. ! . .. i i nj.mhs and I'our I) Alar ai t..t i ' vTi- N subcrip:iou lakeu tor lv tha- t : 1 j .ivrrtlsMncnts v in-rcrted nl SI imes-jr t.) fr t.ie first iiiv.-i- '"V jiKei.n t'jr each s.dditiornl one. Ad- i ' . - iH -..'n-trW w-ih iLe nuntbor of in- y -.,. : .i ir.-.'m, will !-. iu.-cried uutii ordered ".:iju!i.ii"V candidate f it office will be la J v,: (J it): ' ;:'., to bi paid ujvii or asaru . S: a re .j'.':iib!- nam in town. Vj- I. tiers a! iressed to the I.d itor , on brines .;. o Ji :;, wal be post paid la secure atteii CnsTi ra nt I paid for ail JoI orli , i - at ;4a oiti:.; a. oo,i a delivered. ii O L L V S P II I N G 3, MISS. 'tastsD T,:::::: Oct. 4, 1813 HENRY CLAY". .p. ardlctrr.N - leu v Za;,vzsv. I AM :, i ao Vo ;.i l i.NG 1'Hl: uKVIV AL ui' Altliai'UO n;.J ft TARIFF. lamiW 1. 1 i iv J i i i 4. . - . ;v t:te j.riati :,.ft,. CwMraoM.,i:. Act. t. --.. ilLt -v-ltr III.' 1 I. 'ill 1 I nr. .i . - - - .-.j u.i-.Oiua who vi!t d--.iv ih-i I :ii - x t :!. I l .'.V i t l Lis 1 v ".ll lt "i.t a lu Sec ''Tc't. 'f .i.t:.., ,,.. , , k. 1 1' 1 1. r icon': 4 rt-.'i ! r"'- ? I t;,.. ,..,nvr::n omf-s.-io ' utivi'diini: : !,.,:.. .l-MTYi-:! .-r.-c u " 1 "V V' , - , 1 - Co, -IK-? !: I'KXlij. r.uch j;;;:': 'lill.hnces of a dnm. 1.1 oa.d ci lei.; I .i'1aVMi,.''Vlur.-J time ?ve an 0?:.. Mr. BaUooUing Btoton, who, according .V;i;v r., oar h.me .NKvr:o; Iltaei.Lto his own s'ate.nent, ,s just t wt -i.t y h j 1 , o.f.lid.ili-v 1JfihJpv.i)riJccrlai,,1'r,,!iuUlC,n-f,13- llla ..uih uceiu the .uttlliblll.) ot tut ni 'J in , t,irolJfrli C()llll!1g time. It is (pial to the have the tihbhHhuig iucon'Utency, to 1,-ulc tht ir ir.'.'. Jligt nee daily. Since the jra'tde dt.Ua' G the StP' styled demccra m I i . cov.i skins ai. i hard t i ler have i ill b i.'at n (.-!' thx.ir complaint till over ! t. 1 1 ootrv. T!av tdl us that States out J 0 ant .1 m-J -v l lo-w-o mxv , , . . r I i; hoiit.!; 'suol 'a...-.' ! wir .-n... ... .-' ii. "ii t 'i K.fn.l r.f ' ,1 ' .1 ( I - . , , , -"j r, t a. , tho ,v xt breath tW wnl reau , , proG.nl d-Mtation ?m'U inte'h- .e mi I u.fi of the nr.. I rate you ...hr i:v.)U Jo:k! t Kir oapm y. OO... J . -"- pnovi, nt, j n , ti:e 'y n ean, of puty wa.fue among j , ,J - ..rv i..,o:vcos. s u:r.oug, an t tia- '.mi for vars. I he very term clomocracy a-, u ) .v iiVd. is a humbug, intend. 1 to c.V.ch ,t . gr-:.,, norn,. -b rmmnt ottao pcop-e, an I all won ia is ocate j farm of government arc u.mocrats. j 'l is re nro ve ry few in our country who ' nt notdeuvjc its, and these will bo Gun I as ; iu i:h among one party as another. roauy honest, well meaning men, have ben d-ctivtJ by the arch ImnibugT'tde ralism.'of ubi.;h term thry have as clear a perception us children have of "raw head and bloody . . ' T,!! ih..,n f!i t as.hia"ton was a tGir rves in incredulous astonishment, j , . , , , . - . , , to l m humbtig, and is sustained by humoug. 0pn a dcai'Jcrattc paper, and ten chances . . - - . . T .U , I . ,. .., r rn-,.t 1. t 00 vo.ir pi', wi fi uriiii. federalism j c I.XI X. I U 1 1C " , -, . wtl.mg to ' trri n:isked.M 'Poir men are you it ?r.-)::n.l dawn. hrg taxation. "a- 'r.K-v. "l orgerv, "ruinous winsr tari.T. '.md suchlike, expressions, thrown out U Civ'a hcnet suckers, as you bob for trout "i 'i a, red flannel bu'.iei fly. This kind of V'-.bb a is the daily employment of man) loccfica editors, who sit in their chambers ad sport with human beings as men do with trout. Yet the same men have the impj il'ace to rail out against humbug, as if it cre nc: their daily food, and their atraos paere was not saturated with it. When Jackson presided ot Jackson, Tenn. Cvct an ash-cake, four tect in diameter, pre r"e l for his benefi', and when a h;ckory tffo nij removed at great expense from the woodj, to Vautt hall girdrn. Nashville, for n'i friends to pull cdl their hatsat.it was all eo'oer sense. But when tha whig party ksli nnss meetings all over ihe Union, to disserriiaate political information, and made cr' of,. thdr strength. Their party had ' 1 r t , , r 1 ! . j uu-; vj-. - - o i las oniiif v too to st ill -ine onjp'Ei -n i) f,Jo,n!,t .! thV. the f.Je.al r,rty lm-, a 5i;1l,r CM.s'tophe ... U-lf I h.'.V I';"- j ia iu,hSM mMt h!se .! illiral, nd 1 tl!o ancoLtilutio..,!.!- O ! hi. ,nd the t.:fJ n.l c..r,i.,i lbro..?h. our rr.St,.t f.U- ,.r I, -si 1"'''' 'itm 1 h ll.eti of the controversy .sUe. Mr. j abuse of their po-ver ..futtornvy by the a- "3I,.4 P.y.' J they .mU r 3, ',,;, The tVbi2, will unjc.O.d. -.. , , Jwj. Ivi,!, no, ,,n iLh" "y i' " ' ; 1 .f"''"' l - 4 vii mviii ... 7? 1 rv rv-m ! r!'i)Tii'I III nil ISII' l L;'! I I 1 1 I ii ti . til ll. I . V ('i I UT fTilf I fm lTl HI firil f l T ill I I I --Q inal I 4 . . - . 1 cf unmemlng symbols ssan amusement, j BANK OF THE UM 1 l- it u,a l t. I IS A LA vV MADE IN PURSUANCE as pronounced etrant humbuggery. FpHE CONSTITUTION. AND IS look upon it as a confession ofthe se- p tt OF THE SUPREME LAW OF butn s ion- k-pt together by humbug, that when we out humbugged them, we won o- vef 8 lirS oIiIm democracy. It is a conf ssion that 209,000 democrats can 't nnvtu.no be caught with "coon shins." and a little "hard cider." And though they proclaim it every d iv, ytt were wetosayso, , . ' . , . uiey would serve it up lor their readers as an evidence of our ".u ist v i acy '' The Lon:5vil!e Journjl hs the folio .ving amusing remaiks upon this subject : THE WHIG VICTORY IN 1310 "According to the Washington Giob-, and tl:-e Van Uu: t n Lcofoco p:pes genVraiiy, the "Demociacy1' of A merica ta dtdV-a'.ed j i:i I S 10 by i ci Ir T larrtd and a cocn-sU'in. 1 Ins appjliuig act, it J.s hop it, wnl cans, l.io "D .-;iiwc.'ucv" h( n: f j rtli to be cxtr m -ly rau'ioue how it f-xpos s its dear s li to sncli uttacts on Its integrity s:3 piocetd liom to.1 sjio's or bung holts of cidt. i -bai it Is ; and teac'i lUo be verv warv lntrilsUnir i-litiJ near the awful claws of coons " I ! i V r V I '- ' i uai Uabl how stducivh: Dem r-mc" vi- ! Ol I t,K,i - If we a. e to b-liuve tht- d.agous ' lh ' P '.s.- bu,;niss i: is to cuiu ; t u i stands itt the inaikt! ready tor sale, ..r.d is j ()bd,))i:,)tpi) the most reasonable te:u:s , KOi; lOlr'llll'II lilt' mu;i itr.iruiiuu i j , can,Kr, f ,soill;ition (fa sly win!f, i ' eais alo ad of public St nMiiK nt in the Uni- d ! 1 ' . itutcs. has b"-n diiocting - is miiactilous 1 ers f iov.. sii"-H'on to this ahsluse sub- I : :i) v eel. ACC 01 ill on to lien, 10 u o 1 t.i ..- .11 u. 1 ; . d cider-bar- t fall a victim to cooosn s an rels IS-1'J, but was overnowdtd by the j United St..t s B.mk. This discovery wi.i ! discovery of Ame.i.-a.orthv invontitm ofG"(-, an (hct.cn lofimt, ly mo, e unpoi tain j.owd. r, or the ait c-f printing. I! ust.i- j '111) ois Ucuton the sreat man hvl.o "solitary ! m l .tlciW s t tiio bail in motion which j Icruslod and gionndlhe Uuittd States bnk - at, mis i 1 lco 1 has actually s dvod thr nr. s IS 10, I J .... jn. wllici 1 Gxt rpoxveiea i. Itlhu. app.ais that the Van Burrn doc- j , l'i,., o . I ,-v ". I an or n V O in in it (1 111 j..., the cauves d the political drath of Van - Vs.io, asenbe it to assaults from (.onil -jt.s. ci Ie,-h irrt b and a d.ad hank. It imot be con!ssd thai lh.se are the mt : u ttf (ttld.pLti:aw..-.... xven'.d rt sp. cfnl'v suggest to the rr-sur- 1 re,ti,ni?ls . f Van Bu, e n.sm, . bat these sam- j deadly tnmsrs are q-nte as availiabo- now a ; 1,,,. ... i ,,,, ;r ,h.. ! v ! i l li t ti t I t 1 ' ' V ' O -. 1. . .1 , 1 I . , jdo give the s anb'.ance 1 i to tin or thlurict uJo?. it is highly probable that it will. be kil- ; led oiragam by the same m.-ans The Calhoun LocoGco e ditois. h-weter. ! jj,,. 1;airt Cros-.vell. ct i I omnr ! an. ruxU( U ia lh, s oft,IP atal-) p.. w h i 0 1 ; aulu te ! the patty in the memora ble contest of IS I J. They siy ihat U. par- l iaer, aim ait 1 nuiiiun mi, m .i.i.i uimh Ii li-.tm n sum hruto IS 11. tnat tiie rnns : be "iv.n to another hand. it n - It .IU spears that the Lofocos are as ! n uchilividVd in their opinions ofthe causes ! of thtlr defeat in IS 10, is they are as to the ! in win -. . ly be the instruments of relieving them from castigatton on I them which will sttsifv them that, m the j f,re1,h ofll, ir opponents and in tlu ir own j w?akness. lies the reason why thv were de- is i i.-xirk.l ...I. ,. iKmt !!!! 1 . 1 Knr. I It IT I. O ll!"-". UX lUit-vow - ' " - w - oughly b. a'.on oga n in IS 11 3 J k - aiea in lam.nn i wnv .. .KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPL that JAMES MADISON, til RppuMic.m Prtsi lent, who aided rs a memb-r of the Nation il Conven ion. in f a intb- Con stitmnnoft' e Unitel Stat s signed the B n c eh ut. r of 1S10. which bill xas voted Gr hv HENI1Y CLAY. FELIX GRUNDY. JOHN C CALHOUN, and others, be cause as thev then said, they believed it to be both expetlient and constitutional. "Kr.r.P IT BET-ORF. THE PEOPLE." that John Marshall, of Virginia, the Chi.f . Jus jice cf the United States, the hnom fnend . tt:.-,l noriite. o? Washincrton. J f- f.'rvi Madison nnd Mrmro- with SIX OTHER ASSOCIATE JUDGES, on the bench of the Supreme Court, wnere ,ne question ofthe Conslitufionahly of a Ni-m- al Bank came up tor cimu. -j - ! the question in the following w rords ACT TO INCORPORATE THE THE LAND." trydt!,e d; fat of Locjocoism ... ltflv) jJ.iaoc. ! v a it limn? that it was thaisime dtaJ,.,,. 1...,. -AFTER THE MOST DELIBER ATE CONSIDERATION, IT IS THE UNANIMOUS AND DECIDED OP ixm OF THIS COURT THAT THE .FRIDAY, OCTOBER G, 1843. Oxford, trKrT til, 1-13-To .'c ZTZi'jr o',e . A'. Gazelle: . Ucaii 'Sir: : Th-caudidatea for the Legislature in tr.is county, were on Saim- day in trie &outh-L..it corn r ol the county. liarinj had s-vt ial previous iiit:iii2s - 1 have heard number. spt.ili ( fviirHvn:il efforts, and I ,tm happv t mv - ii i Ty j()v er to say the v. hir c.ii.d: I i" s a i t '-ui inir tiien-selv rs mo?t -' uii:y io th- co.t.--t. Tiie f lTistsofE F. 'McGirnF. arid A. J Br ford, are ?u?h as are entire! s .ti-cto-. rv to their frien.ls. . Wi llsunnliid wi'h M'-ts and doc u nit r;.s. y . h'lv.' so priiP.did the atdi-bond candidatr?, t;,'v or ,aw head , ana Dlooay D neS j ana ny m.m uo 'om,, m .. Its em? that thy tr.-.v- 1 Uu whoU- ioo .j politics state and fi-deral. an 1 ther-:bre. lie- .. . IT ... orssinlv oci'irn' much tnn tiow it is, i . kuo'.v not, whvther- for design or accid. nt, I C". n l SJ , DOt I Hi- I 1 OU. J a." .'. I u Li ,.-im i 1. 1 . . l. ri T . U I'l, .... ..... , . is cmvassing and speaking S,i u,v lor Gun- grr.c in thisonnty IVruaps it U d , Hit t!i:it Lif.iyu, ;i j b , sa.-d f , , f . . , l'' - ' s la lii it a flllMi 1 to d . un? is put oa toe. turf. ll rumor ays tiuej lUtT u"1 naiitiioycan-u.y iithes,lp,nrt cf so honest and uP' i -h. a ctti- 0 November. I37d:,e-byt, I have heard ! z,n ais y,u are knaw, t, bo. TGy l-aiime j uhj e.. gjjjj Voie the bond ! an anti'batider. U cause I am oppos.dto the Kin I nm ,Va. fl i Pmeot G the Union Bank Bon Is ; what ravin ) ticket for Congress. Iamfeaiful! ii i 3 omission of the whig convention to iiom- i inate u ticket (: hough correct in principle) 1 "s -ikely toivc us some trouble. 1 should father our party would let the democrats j..iVt. au to th nise!ve?. airi Drt?s the har- Ider i.nd more persevermgly for the 1. g.sta- 1 . . J . J and momentous than that of Cor.gnsi. B. - , sjjt what i avf tn- wuis to e.p ct dom j .ion who avow that with tin- exri j'on of this monv muter. thfV are Simon-pure dt mocia!?, tak.- the Sob t.-a-.ny, " ii i m.ai- wagts, F' tiad-', vt l 1, -till v. ly ihintr , !s- I h a v m . e n i'i - mv m them, . ' ' vc b tJ (), tiie will,s to ! give olthe. tick t any support. Son,y,olhe niiltv, ize-i d..!ia:H ns v.tao d ! I had for.otnui to n,..,n, that E Iercvhythe ag-nt. T.v c;. is G.tGr d,f- ovV1 , l!t lf th DM:ir L?, nU)Cr;;t, o, rath-i ,V -Y" , nU5St :,JM " " U;, a-tm ,.,,. .M.c,v IS u out f ,r i"""' " "f i U" V " m U-hl lu: ---oGGaU. ,h!, Urranirvt o,iul-V,v L-j:isialure (XCtcd.tl n , l prjj ;. trt thiil'-: hi? w 1 II , o,tin c,u hi ut- d.x.dn hi . . 1 v ii . r. r .. ... ,1 . mi shah, il v doi.hr " " " "-' " " I - .. - n:s ana ti xvrtc.v I at Gr ten , sj bo! Jo.-.-s and fianUntss, and an 1 impuJi nc, hr xc !s all. and if he be a lit.G sing iGr, he'.s neveitG h ss a ready writer and cud "u,. , thj ,r.aJcr!? u.ih a sh l , Ul,lfr.f WlltMj: content so to do. A - ccoutits fioai counties bt low give tin 1 most cheeringr testimony to tG gucccssfal : r.. , -i-i . r v. o 1 1 r j i a ' 11.1 r .a nr un.'l .1 11 ' . I 11 IH VT' v' " " u - ' " V " 1 " ol th, speaking here, which appeared m the paper published in this town. I am assu- 1 ' ception, tluit in all the States of. the Union, and i is an especial satisfaction, the whig candidates Gr the Executive offices, are men of tilent, great moral force, and un- iut stioned respectability; witness Driggsof; .lass icon sttts. Joros of Ttnnessee, Bigger ! of Indian i, E iwards of Illinois. Clayioa of i tins St it.-, and many otlieis not now m mem- ory. Our enemies may say what they pi as-: ; s to our principles and purposes, but a poiy wiiich can (jive so hang and goodly a i oil of" th- rigtit sort .f m iteria s as o-ir, (what a i: ;ei.d of mine c ;lls) th :. ll-puldican Whig p nfy, ought not to be "sneezed" a as farther Richie would say. I inclose you a s!i vt communication which an old and resp-ctabh: fii oir of this vicinity banth-tl me a t -v -..ays so.ee. It j contains smm- iiruiesi uutns. and is wa.u no rej.( 5v tdivves. G' .di the words in loe ingliSM Iingatge wuu o p -unu u , there is none so greatly aL s- d. ai.it n ai so ,',,,,, ,r.tv ..( , f(SIh n- o- dtsputi s) siDl strangely us d as the word "Consistent v " t'.s:ll t , j ... ;.:s aod -u p s these, -'.. -It is'made to cut a pretty consid -rabl.- fiu- g',s. thus h'td by th, tipr,s.iatir ure when It is cotivenit-u. io .aat. .r.ii Clay, but apply it to the Vrau Bureri Polk concern, and the democrary will tell you it is no go, and yet have they not boxed the compass within tha last ten or fmeen years? I have lying before menatv, Col. Folk's speech against the Sub treasury and Col Polk's srech in Favor of ih- Snb-trcasu'-y. We hear his admii i, s'iy noth ' ingof tiiis in;onsisi ncv, but how they wi I , .j ah-mi Chy's sp-ch against aU. & B.uik j:i l.u Jit ;, C;, m. YiU:S Sec . oENSE VERSUS S PHIS TRY. , The fdiftvvintr diilU'-, in substance, bt--i-voii an int' liiirmt .u.k! niJu;'.n us rneclrin- ic, and ;n AuU bood candid tt f.r the L-g-isi.itoM', bct iiis so ut il to illustrate tht s 'U!iJ P ',c;c" ' v i .i i . ?, which many of our i.orn st ii' i ; v ti woi king n;j uls, ,.f llu. o ;!liJ (.,J( ,u1., lh;il ,mu . a5j ;, pj,,.. f.-), it ii vour coluusr.. I tliiuU Ar - a,e f.-xv minds so piedjudicd a 3 not to "iTMft' how supeiior is tbf strong cotn- r , . r . . - iii.m ns-of sols ahi x d Hu i u ii cting yeo- m;in l5 t;,.. s- ,tiMV phiMry, the tt chnical ,., . .. ... i i ; ...... ..,1 i-r,,f e ri. v ...... n t.u j i .. i. ,inr i , uku ni i i .M i j" -"I""t, ty wn.ec. m ii.y :ovv f u u ;.t d hv ' hi'- "ic. ;! osd lor I ' ' p' ; i '. at. d !o jo.-tity Si- lO I ts . d fuJ attitfid- of R. pudia.i n. rii W' I I VI 1 I tT ndyl.itt U Gl Mr b . t ho, out G. f j-i I .... f" 1 I 1 l- urd hA.d l .lu ff hill 111 li.if. the L.-gis!turi . andhoo!J bt- glad to hav,- I think you of this matter ? are you for or a- j gainst their pavnv nl I Mechanic. lam fur thrir ptymfntto be suri'.js I think evt iy honrt man ought to be ! Cn why. so, Mr. B. ? Mtr.. WGn I execute my bond or note mvse l in a formal manner, and rt ctix valuable c nsid'oatioo then fa. I do s with mion of m, ting it pm.ctua ( IX ,.t n iJt. . ..(!tj u:hf.n Employ u rea l mr.iov an a '"u? or a'.;ii's to contract and mcmw mon- y in ii; v o m . I ion qnGiy bound in m a s (a- t o S.o xv I am in low) to d is- C h.:.rjr XX ! . 1C I t ; ! J. the it :i' Ii 01 7. d 1 U ! I i.' a t lot: s v e'l O'efo! in- I piod'SStole iiC rpia in't d xx v h b-it osn- Cf if G oiousls anil that applo s (fpially to ii.divaluals and to cotnmuni' i''S. L'fi n - Vo v t : u f M 1 l-, bat y.m ?p ak x - f li; thGt au'hoiitv in i:i.-ioo" S'ich law. and tliitt tm ! 1 . i-seooc'- t f s ' 1 1 bonds. Tiie tiiVtiilti :d In) i i g I t ttt S I It 11, Sea I Or ('.' liter tiit-iii tie- com : issii net s no right to el tie m. Tt.e. S a;- eanr.ot te held liable fo. bori'ds --"ade :.od s Id und.-r an unconsti tu ii'tiilb'xv, v hi. i) t i ll knot is it liwat all It iff po'plt- ..-ro- Io iv Ih'Sf b(ue!s. rh v xv i i ! i.e. nm a fed it nui 'ft!iir i oo SUtlHioil -ltd lotiS OHil'lili tll.nal tit .i a- gaiusl ihe gov-'rniiiet.t of t'tt li own Givs tioii. V')-a com etotnulv, as a 00,0 I cit iZ' O. give your sanctGn to a violation (d this -;ici 1 0 inslt um nt. Mec. If this objection had hi an made to f . . . . 1 the 1 axv, at the time the people, throua ! 1 t'i r rn n 1 1 . ue ir agents, were receivmg ooiro.-u money, or before, was leceivt d anu sp- nt ! y 11 W0!,U hf' .t!t1' J. ta 0u' mnr spri.tiK rnni' triiani'. t ut it strikes me j Can. But here, Mr, B , is the error into i which von and your party have fi.Gn the PT never did , , , ve the money ,, the, . bv tiemxetces or ituir dull p.ir led a ! ".rtts -pj... V h.d- t-ms h-mT.o w is frando- j' t4 otnutf.o iz d a-id then fore void from : b.-umning 'o . m jjsc li, Mr, you are a L.axvyer, a nl j r",othi;,g but an hao.oG blacksmith; j fcul r n 1 3 s-1 ptes-rn" to ro. rect you in this mater Vousiy t e p- o.de s legally n-. pnintfd ag'ils dt ! not ieGve the to ..ey ; now I as bol ilv alarm that, hey did. and proceed confidently to the proof. I fiod by careful f xamimiti oo. that the money poid by Mr. Bildiefor iho-e Union Batik b.-.tids. was pi:d into the hinds of tiie If a "mart'i gers" ofthe Union Brnk which ten man agers weie errand by the original art cnarU ring the Union B ink. 1 find that tuoS . tei r.umgo.rs ice-e elected by the peo ple's inimelt ue Rep-rs ntilire. nn jainl b ill ', t-fbdh h;ts's -f l'" l.'gital.te tin ! th-f? r .. id oioo- y ot nt r ceive.l by I,; I "f D rr.'a'i e'"-i'-a b in:liviI"al f hit k t'fSft ttt managers , , f , ... , (,'n.. c.,fiS'i o m Tt-inf'.l. ffs f.'r rcf ivitig ix Now if I am ri-Tht in tt.is. and I chalh nc you to sovv'that I am wrong, oil your rine h-gal argument about the want of a re gular :u-thoriz- d agenrv in the transaction is scat tered to the winds. ' Can. I bgin to s?e, Mr. B, that al though vou stand hera by your bellows ncd VOLUME a.ivi, from day to day you have round I dont prof, ss to unders and t v?:y thorough ly myseif. but one thinr 1 do know, that if thtse bonds are paid, they will have to be paid by "taxation," which muT fall oppres singly cn the mechanics and laboring nun of tht- country. I am resolved to oppose ail taxation for sich a purpose, because it would grind down the laboring poor men and take the bread out of their children's mouths, to give it to the brokers and luudmcngersol Thread Needle strctt. Mec. I am glad my friend that yon have touch&d on this subjot of tax it ion, paiticu lai ly the taxation ol" mechanics and laboring mm like myself. I have refit cred on this matter and bt g to dissent from 3'ou views of the vjpressioii to whigh we are to be sub jected by the imposition of taxes to pay I he bonds with. l ake my own esse for exam ple. You s'Ye the txisiinss I folio xv"- far a living. I have nothing but a shop and, tools. My labor y it-Ids me annually, cleat j of expens'S, about 61.00J I pay no othet j tax for the support of government, but a ! poll tax of s une seventy-tive cents a year. If this were doubled itwou'd come to 61 50 if quadruj ld it would only amount to 03 OJ, and this I should consider an insig- uiu -ant sum for me to con.ribute towards tiie pusei v.itioo of the plighted honor of my State. Take again f r another example, one of our worthy overseers from SoOd to 0l'00 per annum, and if his tnxts weie in-ck-os d Guv Gid he would at last pay but o or 4 dollar? to the State in the shape of taxes, and from my knowledge of this class of men, their patriotism would deem this a trulo in compaiiscn with the honor rind character ofthe Stale. Can. Weil 1 confess these views art new to me, and I must ponder on them. The oppression on the mechanic and labor ing man would be much lighter from an in cit ase of taxes than I had thought it to be. No cue should grumble at paying a few dollars out ofthe proceeds ol a businers that yields him from 8300 to &1000. The nit ti of wealth and capital I discover, would have to bear the pri nciple brunt and buidt n of increastd taxation to pay the b . nt!s. I ll think on this. Mec Now neighbor, one more remark and I am done. L' t us go back again to the sulj. c of the alleged unconstitutionali ty ofthe luvx; under which the money was borrowed. I understand you to say be cause the law authorizing the sale of the bonds is unconstitutional, it would be e- quail v w.eng and immoral in the people of! tue States to nav Lack the money obtained .. under it, from innocent forth ntrs and strangers. By so doing, you say they would latifya violation of their own sacred municipal chaster, and thus involve them stdvts m the q-uilt of moral treason. L-1 me state a paialh l caso and ask your honest opinion respecting it. -Can. Well sir, put your case and I'll be candid with you, M-c Tho constitution of this State de cines (see section 21 under the head 'stives.') "the inuoduction of slaves i ito thisState, as meichandize or for sale, shah be prohibited Iiom and after the first day of May 1833." The cibltst I awyeis among us (and the High Com t of Errors and Appeals have so deci ded) consider this provision of the constitu tion, without any other legislation, as avoi ding a 1 contracts for the purchase of slaves so iolioduced, after the lime above specified. Such contracts, in other words are deemed by our best jui i si s unconstit xitional. Now suppose you rvid purchased slavts of a tia der from Maryland and Virginia, rhtrodu duced in violation of this provision of the Constitution. It would be your duty as a good citizen to know what your own State Constitution was and what it prohibited. But you contract for the slaves. Ycu exe cute your bonds and the trader delivers you his jMOperty. You sed or gamble away the slaves, and when pay-day comes, the tra der dt mands the fulfilment ofthe contract, and the payment of the money. Would vou say to him could you us an honest man say to him, Sir, I have made way with the proceeds of your property 1 have had the full benefit of it, but I find on consult ing the cons'itution of my State, that if I Were to pay you your money, I should com mit ;gn vous s:n against that sacred in strument? I cannot think of such a crime a violating the sacrtd Constitution under which I live. If I were to pay you this money, I should damn myse4fin the estima tion of society and of the whole civilized world. Excuse n:e. Sir, if you please; my first duty, as a good ciliztn and an honest man, is to maintain inviolate the sacred chatter which 1 have tacitly sworn to sup port vou ought to haveknoxtn better than to sell me those slaves in palpable violation of the fundamental law. As yours was the folly of selling, on your head be the loss. am ttop Mr. B., vou have convinced m- the cast s are pareliel, and I do not keiotati to say 1 should be guilty of liobbc i y, it I acted In such a way. You are light, si i, a ud lam wrong; from this day forth. I shall advocate ihe payment of the bonds ABONDPAYER. My dear how fresh you lock this rxo n- ntng r - Yes. I am as fresh as the early grass in spring. 'True, ray dear, and about as green? III NUMBER f FARMERS! THINK OF THIS ! The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser, af ter a statement from the Troy Whig, rela tive to the amount of cotton and ether man uftrturrs exported frcm the United Slates to Chir.t; very pertinently asks : -EIiw many barrels of American Hour, beef, porlc, J i d and butter were sent to China as a component part of the above 15 - 000.000 yards of cotton cloth as a com ponent part ofthe ii-al, rnzor strops, &c, exported to that country this year under tho fostering influence of the Whig Tariff? Would a single particle of these agricultur al products have been sent to the Celestial, m the shape of bread stufjj and provisions ? In tiie name of common sense, then, tell us, who can, .why our . formers are not most deeply interested in sus:aining domesrlc 'nanufactures, and tho protective policy J" Ves sure enough why are net tho farmers more interested than all other clsss ( s in tht prrs?rvatien of the Tariff? Eve ry man, woman and child engaged in man. ufieturts in this country, consumes every year many dollars woith of the fa inter's products- If these persons were not enga ged in manufactures, they would in all prob ability be engaged in agriculture. If they were engaged in agriculture, of course they would not nerd the? products of other persons engaged in the same pursuit. Consequent ly the firmer would be deprived of a most valuable market. If he could send his po tatoes, wheat, oats, rye, corn, turnips, beets?, carrots, hay, beef, pork, mutton, veal, poul try, eggs, butter and cheese to Europe, and dispose cf them there, he would not be qnitu so badly effif the home market should bo destroyed. But this is impossible. A few barrels of wheat, and a lew pounds of pork or butter and cheese is all that he can dis pose of abroad, and these only at uncertain period. The English, French nnxJ Ger man farmers want their acn viaihcts for themselves, and their governments have "too strong a sense of justice to throw them o pen to foreigners. Now if the American farmer dors not have his home market secured to him, how is he to live? And can home markets bt secured; unless by encouraging Home In dustry; or in ether words, by aiding to build up in our own country a variety of people who do riot till the earth, who will consequently, require the necessaries of life from those who do till it 1 Every yard of Cloth which is made in i.i - ., ? "'"y. requires ior tne sustenance ot those who make U, a certain amount of beef. or other animal food, flour, potatoes and oth- er vegetable?, tniik, butter, lumber for building houses to shelter them, iron to fas ten those houses together, leather for shoes and other purposes, and a variety of ether articles which we have not room to e nnmcrctfj. Now, all these aiticlcs are th products ofthe soil, and thoe who own and these who til! the soil, derive whatever prrf it is to be made by their sale. Can it ba doubted the n, that a tariff which builds up manufactures, is an essential advantage to the farmer 1 INTERESTING Kfclt'LLCTIONS. 'One of the greatest consolations afioGsd to ray mind by the success of the temperence causs isirj2 reaction that ray child will not be a drunkard." To this remsrir, made fcva distingrul.iacd lady, now r.o more, the heart of every parent asenu. That the progress of the temper.iiiCJ cause wiil sojjrcatnt ihe period vhen thechilJ, which is now an infant, shad cprrar upon the crre'.t thea tre of life, as to secure that child from the mis eries imd woes ol iirtemperarice, must certainly can v coiisti'ation to the inind of every parent whoisdeerly soiieitous for the future well tars of his children. If any father or mother could lift the veil of faiurity. and see that son, now so loved, perhaps iduliz.d, a Llcated, pad polluted polluting creature, reeling under the influence of intoxicating poison:, the remainder of lift: would be wretched. To such a parent this world would b-2 a vale of tears; and the silene-3 and ths solitude ofthe icmb would be welcomed, as t'aa piace where the wicked w ould cease from throa blnig.and where the weary might bs at rest. The temperance reform does' indeed lift tb veil of future years, and discover io the parents of the present feneration their children' end theirchi'uren'schildrcn.treediiom the woe-sand curses of intemperance, the sirrile of gratitude upon their corratenances, aad the languie of benediction upon their lips. In that day, no poor outcast shiill st?gg-?r alon our stretn's; no drunkard' broken-hearted wife shall mourn in .solitude and want a husband lot ; no drunkard' child vaa'.i cry for foo I, or blush for the deep dep redation of a drunkard father; thisp olilie a e. t el diseatr and poverty, and crime and premature death shall ba driven lrom the abode ol'men, and this earth, which habbcen so lon a held ofblooi, hall assume thep-ace and beauty cf Glen. "My chiid will not be a drunkard:' Cheering thought! What an animating pro-pect (toes it open to the mind. Alms houses and jails, and penitentiaries. and State Prisons will iben onlv Manj as monu ment of the vices of an age gone by, and thee- vils conseeuenl ut on the use cf intoxicating poi-or.s, shall exist only on the historic pa a? so many records of degeneracy, ol the errors cf mankind. "My child will ne-er Le ae,rQnard;, Where is the pa rem, his soul animated with the. reflection, who will not resolve to enter upon a more vigorous eflort, and to make a more deter mined strag'e against the common foe? What parent is there w ho will not ive this creat re torm the full benefit of his example, ht eiT.rts and hipravr? Genera ions unborn are to rear therdv n aces o the pre.ei t 'tlort. And fcor it will smooth the pilkw cf death, and ci;eer the pathway io the grav, if the dying father o the dying rnother, in the i a. 1 raoraents of mortal, ity, when, the eye swims and the voic falters in death, shall be able to say' I have dote all I could to advance the temperance enterprise, ssd I have strong confidence that my chili will zzl be a drunkard."