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Oct. 16, 1840, edition 1 /
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LIFE IS ONLY TO BE VALUED AS IT 13 USEFULLY EMPLOYED.
ASIIEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1840.
i. t ennrnlW P.llTnBL
iKMiBS'fa pablished at Two
tj Fifty Cb l' "". to advasos, I and impatience,
JoSi" itinoed. ("t
"TiLw. nnbi -n umnm are pud.
m. ilZZiwin be iiwerted t One Dollar
far the firtt, and Twenty.. 1T u "
"maraicatwo. murt be port paid.
The buron put spurs to bit horse, the church authorities to do so. The day, I . tFw the Batoo Bongs C-xette.
crowd followed him. Half way be big with the fate of Castor andof Rom4,r DONT BE DISCOURAGED,
obliged to dismount they ascend the rest 1st length rolled round when be was to preach I If in the onset of life things do Dot go
of the hill together, the crowd silent andl his Ju-tt sermon. A large congregation I smoothly, it seldom happens that the hopes
!appyt ine oaron ready to Durst with shame assembled, and pur friend took his. text and I we cherish of the future are realized. .he I
1 hey reach the top. ITie I saw!: "Ahem r He looked first at the path of life, - fn the prospect,- appears
POLITICS OF THE DAY.
From the National Gazette.
Gen. Cass has used, as is generally
known, the advantages of his position as
lovers are lace to lace on the ground, the door, but could find nothing like a thought smooth and level enough. The journey is minister to we wun 01 juoms riuuppe, to
1 dy clasping him with both arms, his lay. there t be , then looked Intently atUhe ceil, a laborious one, and whether poor or make observations upon the conditio of
in. on each side. , V , : ine. but he could perceive nothinfr there wealthy, hieh or low. we shall find our dis. France, which be has published, within a
Traitor!"exclaimed the baron, "thou that could help him to elucidate his text : I appointments, if we have built on any I few months, in s small volume. .The fob
hast practised this feat before, on purpose be next scratched his head, and whatever other calculation. To endure cheerfully lowing is a passage from iti which may be
todeceiveme. - Arise PV,' else he may have caught, he certainly did what must be, and to elbow our way as eas new to many readers,, mentioning facts
" Youcanixrt'expect it,sir,"saidawor. nrt cote an idea .at length, looking at jus ily as we can, hoping for a little, yet striv. which should be known in this country, es-
thv man. who was rich enoucli to sneak his comrretration with a denrecatorv exoression inn for much, is perhaps the true nlan. But pecially, at this time. The matter is con-
mind s "Samnson himself micrht take his I of Aountananrat. and the neniniration rollintr I Don't be discourared.it occasioiMllvJ-nerning the army system of France. -'and
Tll Tsul- I '1 "Irest after such a deed." loff him.' he rxrlaimed. Well, brethren, vou shir bv the wav. and vour neighbors exhibits in a strong light the state of society
- avk itrtu i II!I9TDI7N .. . .. I ... . . ' . 'If . . . . 1 .1 1 .l. u:j :
htti HOW iu . w lit . 1 r ran mem y said the oaron. . tt any of you Uunk preaching u Aiy teorK ireaa overryou a uttie ; in other words mjg"ui mo iuguom, oa n musi nt-wso.
. .fjLj JlTAMlffHf fiMVrf I I . . . ... I 1 . . . . . t. , . S I 1 . 1 f .. . 1- t I -.1.. k M.KnM . .W. ... nM . .j.
inffrunftuTwui ww , jseverai went ud. not 10 nan wem. duuoiihji come vn here ana m u. , laoniiei a failure oriwo otsneanen you '"j WK vmj uouu luuim w
Ninaa years ago, we read in a book congratulate and keep them together. Tbcsjs., . -I' - naccidentit-will happen; miscalculations military duty for seven years, at the very
' A .ux a... in win kia I 1 . . k I . ' MIT .ISH A JITTV " . I Anw.;nu k. . KSn ft. I oeriod of lif'u wlw'n his habits of indnstrv
'1 D a lOVvs WW tt w " iuv. , unj mmi ww u , imvj i , - . - v w , 1 ... wv ...aue , . u.iua wit. wi.h i ' -. j
- - 1 . A ikn -n nf i I I .u.. i . .i z rflU. i v. Umht AtkiAnb- " matt i Tan. 1 tn i w:nrniM I I uui niifiitva Ann ma niunMiit naorwinf inn.
mistltjS by Carrying Wvr w mw wp v. iiju aua cur, iiicjr uurr uicir iaira uptju i , ... v i iuiu viiuciciuij uvui vui npcuauwi .im i - "
. i j : . . a . nn f i . i j r l r j . ' na mamtim Mnum nnnnnan. a a n a ai.inim i . . . . . i i h. ill i mi nil u ill inntpranmiin lu in.mon
bank of oyster I remember that fortune is like the ikies in I "11 la dllhcult for aa American to con
i - Anril. sometimes clouded-and sometimes cev 01 tne true state ot the-Work
a wronff order." said a clear and favorable: and as it would be ng class, upon whose passions these men
veteran looking fellow, with a gun without folly to despair of again seeing the sun, continually operator Perhaps thirty jents
UZ5... .ml bow he did-win her. and them. " God forbid ther should ever be his newly
. wtbey ended their days on thaapot. (parted more, 'said a venerable man they I came In contact with a
never can be." lie turned bis old lace, isneus. r ..
atreamine with tears and looked bp at the " That are's
baron" Sir, they are dead P.
We1 think the scene was in
ImhIi but the awuntain, though
... it hU stout heart to the uttermost
Zt tare been among the lowest. Let u
fancy it b good lofty bill, In the summer
ft ns. at any rate, so high that the
fatber of the lady, a proud noble, thought
From tha Southern Cbristiaa Adrocata.
An agent for the Southern Christian
imrvMsible fora voung man burdened, to I Advocate sends us three dollars pay for
L-.L. it- Fof this reason ilone, in scctrn, I a subacriber's paper, and directs it ttHe 1
b bade Dim 00 It, 8nu HIS uuuguicr biiuuiu i uukviiuuucu, amigniug lor lis qisvuuuuu
wj, ' I ance the following reasons: ' He does not I
a lock, '.and with a polish not dissimilar because the day is stormy, so it is equally a day, or a little more, m iy be the average
to Rip Van Winkles, After his twenty unwise to sink into despondency, when price of labor throughout France; and out
year's sleen. : fnrtunn frown, a nee. in the 'commnn oi pus ipe worsman must cioine ana ieca
' Keep your jaw," said the Captain, ! course of things, she may be surely expect.
himself. And then come the seasons
and hold ud vour head like a man." led to amilo apain. But acain. interruption, when work is almost discon
4JFine lookmg fellows.wlmtinued he, Don't be discouraged, it you are decej tinCnd when the stajrVing mechanics
.four country is safe with such soldiers," ed in the people of the world, it oftenhap- a"5 rown upon me community, to see tne
11 1 say Lewtenant, whatjs you arter in let- pens that men wear borrowed clothes. and support of life as they can. With us, every
" "' AktAyt i iiin .iiim I ;U tabu ; i i,.n,o mnA k m. mrWi. I tin thnt am mnXA'mr wnllr ftn th Mmiwni mmiiiimi thiwu slut Ii. lnni atmut fair I honest iQdustrous man can reasonab v ex.
'IJa pCaSanifjr movIUUIGu 111 Hiy.'Mn' " ii mnv I. mkUJ iviivi , viuu a. w.av I "fy w.w wa. a... rn.viHvm i .jiin uiiiv. n .vvwv. j.m i v. iyug vivuw i I . rf i'r'a,1
fto witaa so extraordinary a sighU', lliey says the paper has nothing' in it out old It say, tsargeant, take tnree men, ana onng before the world, are very rotten at the lf lu KT,uou"rc""g . "
Jmeasuretl the tnountain with' their eyes ; I taba about .Sunday SdwOls.? , I nim into tne ranks." r . core. From sourcea uch as these, you ' "ecune. oy emigraung west
Shev communed with one another, and Tell us, good folks, is not this encoura-1 The captain says you must come into may be unexpectedly ''deceived ; and yoii ward, he can procure a piece of land, and
.u..iJ-.hMtBllftdmiredtliBVounifliTinift - We wonder how thia pood ladv the ranks and keen stco." ('addresaintr the will naturalTv feel sore under such-deceD. close his days surrounded by his family
aOW M4 ,,f J O ID O - ' 0 l S S ' I) 0 1 J r -r fit). i-y , i
CT. and some of bi fellows looking at would stand" reading all the' talt$V and stray soldier.) tions; but W these you must become used f oat such en occurrence in bu rope would
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I've trot my feet muddy already i and if they I their ioveltv before vou erow.; erav.and.l"a,e expectation of an eventful acquisi
iTcts wet I miesa as how I shall be Doorlv von will Irarn tn trust men r.aulinuslv. and tion of property in our country, with the
for a month." " ' " J Iprnmin- th-ir chnrarters cWlv before vmi moral stimulus which accompanies it, nnd
m. TiT1i.ii i i hi iiiwiiMttiAAt.nAiAp.Artiailitt TMUmmnnma0nMitMinrm T'r'n , nr. ri,nirTTgtrirTf7iif i3mi 7 - idliyTai 'fiTn-ti TnJ i.j?-f-fc'.'":,f . . j .
heir mistress, thought wey couiu uo as i ouivr Bauer uiui a poor ouiior uu vi rcau
. m. 4.t . am - kAMalvmlr I wonkltr Anlif Anil ai it (lini tonn. 1 11 1 Kia
L . .iillon ivmntin that ho had 1 paper. " - . ;
Ctiirrrd his daughter even to thesh'ad
if S-ilTaTaiardTTlut nethoualir it would the conviction that the fablo of the man
. . - w i . . . . . .
cch bis inferiors a lesson. -pry --who, in carrying nis ass-ajnaract,iy;.
a ' JW . I.J . . t. . 1 J tL J
The younc roan (tne sort m a mau iana irying w picasc eveiy oouy pieasca ooooaj,
111 tell the Captain what you say.
" Ha, ha, ha, and what does I keer if
allow them great opportunitfesutevin w
iicii seems al
most inseperable from tlhe coudifion of a
war - a a . . w . n i
luropean laoorer, l trace one ot tne most
a bis heart tlwt he should win his mis. I bly. V e dfr the best we can to give gene.
ress thoucS at the cost of a noble pain, t ral sattsiaction in every thing, but without
Which he could hardly think of as a pain, ever expecting to pleaso every body.
oaiidering who it was he was to carry. 1 - 4 no following article trotn our nrotner
I II . I l . B If F .1 4 . rn - at J A TV k I
1 be died lorlt. ne snouia at leasi uavu nau i oi ,(uc icmperuuce auvucqic, uiougii i
Lr in his arm J, and have looked her in the I not altogether suiting us, (ours being
lice.' io Clasp ncr person id uiai maoiier, i rcngamt paper, I we cuiiiiikuu
Don't be discouraged under any circum.
L hA haX onmn nrptnnsiona to I and lost hiaaas in the banmin. contains too I VOU does. Ain't I an indcDendence man." I staiwva. fin ateadilv " forward. ' Ratlirr
LJhh .iwuih nnm nobilitvWtood re. sensible a moral to be forgotten bv one who I (Japtoin. the man says he won V comet com old oue.aud one or more of our
l,.if,.iitr lrv.kint hut confident, reioicinir I wislies to naas throush the world comforta-1 in. .. lions of men. thoueh the last is not to be
i i j l-' xxr j- .i.. i.". : . ; I t lTk.i .V.. I k: 1 1 j- : ij n. :j .. ' v r i ! institutions.
11 wu I inn iiiiuu wiicti. a m v uj iiiiii i i 11 rt iin num. nts iiiuuairiuuji 1 uu injuoi. I
abominible! Well, let him have his own hn Iw.nnat d-al in nerfect kindness with "An illustration confirmatory of this
way.Itrucss IU tell the Colonel, that I allwhocome in vour way, exercisirijf a 9tate of things is furnished by the law of
wilL To the right about turn, and mind neighborly and obliging spirit in your whole conscription, liy this lawevery young man
that mnd.holo dress ves ; riirht. for. intor-nnrw and if vou An nnt nrminer aa after the age oftwenty years, is liable
wardleft foot afore, boys keep your raoidly as many of vour neighbors depend crve 'D the army. II draws for his chance
heads uit fine looking fellows irlorious unon it vtiii will he a.hahnv. of enrolment, and is then called as his num
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U.nfeaaurehecontemDlated with such I to the faclt-finding newspafeb xeadbbs. I dayforward - marclv And away. we : r nor ano.uie exigencies, mum puouc service
L. - 1. 1,--.. , U.H it ;. MH.;ntW rtrv;n? h .n;tv of went un Rroadwav in stvlev - " COURTSHIP AND PHRENOLOGY I may jrequire... He served seven years pre
riUULFIf. M W Auunu villi wvr swh w..v i , ..aji w " i r - I , I . , - ' . ft 1a l I . .
s,rathra know Wtodcc. hciirht. editors.-that-their- readers should exnect " I don't - like this training,"' said my f Professor Combe, and Professor Gall "to ? M'0, ?hen h.e ought to
Ins the ioy of dispensing with formality, them always to say the right thing, and al. next neighbor, its a dead loss to me,pf have made a science for the world .called be forming himself for his eventful duties
Pi how the dispensing with formaUty en- ways to say it in the right way ; bat unUl a six dollars." V Phrenology. A down easter, with true ?P. "yg t"e foundation of any respecta
Jklaa and makes anater the resnect. - new trpnprntion of editors shall SDrinir ud. " And I do like it.V said another, in the vankea cuteness. has taken advantage of D,1,ty no nay hope to acquire. It is pre
I Taebdw stoodbvtheside ofher father, newsoa nor readers need not be very much I next file " its a glorious time to r frolic, aU the nooutarirv of the science, and written cisely'the period which, with us,, if lost
hk. desirous, and dreadinir. She thour!it surbrisod if now and then one of the ment most equal to the fourth jof July.'' a book.'in which he annUes its arincioles P0"10 .? lt irreparably. . Ine average
L,i..--,'u.i.l an-Aowl h,.t. nitr !... -. i;t.,rir.l .hmiM v mm thino 1 "NotaIkinflrboVs.no talkinir . I can't 1 1 K. U t.-hi;atttwl hahita nf hnimn annual demand of conscripts in trance, to
ISetl-iurHithimineverv resnect the no. I or even sav a riirht thine in a wrona! wav. allow talking, regulars never talk," said natur" termed courtshin and 'marriaee. keeP ,he '"" at t requisite number, is
llftit of his sox. and thtit nothinir was too We have somovlmes been amused, some, the Captain. ' : . iust as steam oowet b annlksd to oroneUinsT ?Wy thousand; and this immense amount
L,i.rK;. au l. I ;. mw;n..,l .r. 'i',m. .li.nraT..rl I Well; we marched a mile or two to the 1 m.-kinnn, V K.. ; thio I is every year drawn from the class. ()f the
CUVal U1 UU . V UIUI WaS? V , aavfS, ww I asaasv9 ssari aill a.w vu.iivtuiiy -auw--a I ? . MIUVIIHIVIJ V W UWU v stu uaaw --a- i -. - , i , , f I' f
i2ht haDDea in the chances common to bv the various and contradictory Ihulu grand plac of operations, were drummed plication of the science at all at all. Here Jpulntion in the veiy spring-time of lile,
L S.w feU the bitterness of Kting her- found with us as an editor. A fev days aboutfor an houror so, saw half a dozen a whnt the author says about though, J t uriicd such ol them indeed ns
iilf riw kin-m 4a Kim aiuf iha Inak anil aiiwv a rontlnmnn ram- into our office and I militarv lookinc men OH horseback Come it mat at lojiat amuan uitu nf oAr rpjulnra. nave tne IUCk.gOOd or bad, as it may DC:,
Bared neither to" ljok al her father1 nor the protested against our pursuing so mfld afoul to review andkamineuBBsediniA ZantippeiM
Jttjuotaia- She fixed her eyes now .on the course ; he was anxious lor us to mix up a spection, were aismisseq tor nan an nour, bring her face into the semblance or the ' ' ""V, "f .
U.j.kU.uiu.uu.ni .J m.K nn I iittu -vr.n -.! nnvfnru npntwr arul nun I half of us trot dmnk. were called to anna. I mnnidir nitin flriarJAn ti - ska imiv.t I But the most remarkable tact. in
.ivwv wiumi Die 1IQIKIU UU., MUk. IIW " va. I ait..ia ihwi v wa. jt. j u .u I I -" O 1 - 5 J F I llli. v.ai jaja.ai.u. viwyiuwy vm.. v.aw. I ,.... . . . . - .
herksndsndherfinBftr.'enda. which she nowdor. in our editorials : verv soon after drummed through the streets again, and obliterate - the onrans of CombaUveness this institution istliepay which these lorced
loublcdlip towards her with pretty pre, j he left f pefhapain an houTinother-came
koix.tho oolydoceptrjirsTHi had ever used, in; and, though very friendly to the- paper,
pace or twice a daughter or a mother I was very much opposed to tlte harsh and
itepped out of the crowd, and coming up I violent spirit we manifested, and he was
t her, notwithstanding tlie fears of tlic quite as urgent that we should mingle a
iri baron, kissed that hand which site little more sweet oil, honey and arrow-root,
new not what to do iwith. ' in our editorial bill of fare. But this is
Tue father said, " Now. sir. put an end only one specimcttbf many. ,
p this mummery ;" and the lover, turninjr I, -'Now we certainly do not mean to com-
Ne lortbe fiMttimn. tank (iff thn Ldv.? 1 Dlaiti that , fault is found with Us.r for we
aywuiioraATf loiceu w sec km. inau i ruany iw niauKiui
then permitted- to- go.la.iurJiomes, with
bead ache enough to last a week. And
this is New York Militia duty. "T
and Destructivcness. The fair infidel may
rotce to pcrlection,
jut all her surface orisons, will not fill up
A it ec dote. We a re remarkably well
pleased with the rebuke which Wm. Gray,
of Boston, familiarly termed " Bill Gray,"
once ga ve.' He happened to be at ft market I sands'of Courtship and Marriage.
one day,' when be heard a spruce young 1 and Cupid should ever be fellow-travellers :
to any, friend of the lawyer who had just opened an ofiice for I and by following Gall you may escape
the fatal gap in the organ of Reverence.
I sincerely pity the Anti-Phrenologist -for
many reasons, but for none more than this,
that he throws away the best and most ef
fectual 1 guiding-staff through the quick-
"Very well, was the reply, as it was
handed to him, and he led the way through
the streets, while he was followed to the
no small amusement of those who happen
ed to know him. Having arrived at the
house, the attorney inquired what was to
slander; inhosphality ; avarice ; oppression;
aping fashionables ; pride and nonsense.
)et in which he moved off.ifow but secure, I paper who will tell of its deficiencies, and I the practice of his profession, inquiring for I wormwood. Weekly Review.
ntt as to encourage his mistress fhev we have received valuable suggestions in I some one to carry home a piece of meat I . ;
jnooat the hill: thev nracecd we I : he halts I this wav. and. we hope, profited by them, for him, which he bad been purchasing.--1 vivimsathhi. nuiip
In !... l f l .. -i 1 ili. . ...i .: '....A I o. ,a i.a a1 Ia n:u.. ... I Khnuliltra- vanora:
a umwui uviure ne TCIS miUWaV- allu I IUl. al llltJ aamu uiir;. wd aro ouiuiwu i uicijuiiik iu int. mau vi saw, vuu . v't hii I
ni fcfiuing soinetliiiig ; then ascends at I tliat nny."nianwhcn.he subscribes for a pu. I him, 8irrl will carry your meat-'W j breathf g
qwc.. rate; and now. being at the" mid. per, should expect every article, and every
pay point, shifts the ladv from one side to I puracrapb. and every sentence, and every
vuier. x ue spectators give a great word, in eacn paper, to do just wnai ne
it The baron, with an air of indi(fe I would wish it to be.
ace, bites the tin of his irauntletr and then I It is' no easv matter to conduct a naner
tastlOn thorn un
( -w... au , wu Ul ILlfunci. Aa aiB I UHli SO W ssa-ril w rwaa saw www ww.va -w-..
ine lover rumrii hi vat. Ha .iimi n mrh vrv m nrvfir to Dubnsh a inu nav. A fthillinir. sir. renlicd the car.
J - " 7 aw a wwv.. -j r II J T O I "
ffaifl mnA th tU:l. iL I- I 1- I - a -..t.l..-. .iT -.:. kar I .aw... aarktAU- Knavir. kfwanla.Mrl n nA kMirlrif
Ulu Oil tha f.nknn1 tUA a. L, : I .s" -..:,... awvvo lw M.limnn , hs I a-v. .Iit-ilr ha ihanlrori (ha loaararns nnii tlr1
I sviiuMJ. ' X I1U WUlllcIl WUIII I SUIUt Ul U1D TttllUUS aKiO U iviitrwu. ; vi I pvuivii . iituunvu assw j w . unu iviu
D ifPmr.If- kait kn ..... l Ml tJ..!. I a!ll . ...... a .n mS-C.a im iwilif iiH -111 rnvlll nthnnairu nrAntorf o Bumi at sas.
I Mro IIICll Xflv ! Will OO TIC I UHS KM 111 UHlrV vanutiO LKI l a Bit uvuuvo.' I v iiv,asv vxs sav. ww Kiivavm w biiiiiiui rs -
pnoua.ctie resumes again; "he is half If the reader will only refibct fpr ft nwimjot j calTon TB-ITy Uray." As
hy taween the middle and to eipected, the man was
IS. nfi aima Ka ot n . I . I J . I I . ... I .. aahaa.aI wk a..i. I n a. ...ml. t ili- .miAiinnimuinl nf lha InAf,
1 1. T i ' ncficrat "ui no, uoes noi I more or k retiiyiciv twiucwrai -u ivii i towuiwui unvFi..r..... ulu av.
anu. i . naiTfaa.. ix . a . ..i . . - . 1 i . i . i .. . .... ..aa a i . . a aam ... . w n a n.n n m iiiinna n aa
i i. "wui i ruin un . men ana i occurrence me nuuini ui uw w rvitu i mai a mau nuiuuu hiuht iinmuiia u h.
feresurries once more: two tbirda nf thnl with science, literature, news, aericulturc 1 was tons, had condescended to" do this
soldiers receive a pay which, after-making
the-deduetions-w4uclv go to the Government
for indispensable supplies, amounts jtq one
ceiat a day. twenty-five dollars and a half
for seven years' services. And vet this
process of military supply seems firmly cs
tablishcd and engrafted on the habits uf
society; nor have I seen among, all the pro
positions with which the rublic has been
excited, since my residence here, lor the
melioration of the "existing "institutions oft
the country, a single allusion to this grunted
of all practical oppressions. And I cannot
account for this apparent indifierence to a
subject which strikes every American; with
astonishment, unless it results frotrt tin;
fcmiUDing part of the way are -conquered, in short, with every tiling -if our readers j piece of drudgery for him Frugality.
7 are certain the lady kisses'hirn on the wilt-reflect oirthisT-thcy certainly cannot -it
rel)ead,and on the eyes. The women bo surprised tlmt now and thenthere ahould A..BEArrriFnt sentimeot The lateem-
uw into tears, and thestoutest tnen look be a sentence in our paper th-t may be inent Judge Sir Alleu Park, once said at a
a. .He ascenda public meetine in London:
j w.u v. a lHauoicr.axiiiaiwvwwiiui vw.mi.v T "- . ... . . . . ...
Ktobe mnmaiin. it k.t.J .... i. ..i r ,.b;l Wa thmiM l " Wehvein the midst of blessings, till
. 11U IH.IUI. UUl It, U liUSOH W Illa. A . l.v. . w .iawbu ' - J - ' .
A new drink. ' Mr. Guznh function, I
have discovered a new drink for you. Sup.
pose vou try a little V
'Well I don't care if I do. drinks. It
hasn't got a very bad taste to it ; and, if my
memory serves me right, it is what they call
water. ' I recollect drinking- some of "the 1 standing army is aronceanfrideirof sr des-
stuftr when I was lad. -N. Y. Mercury. ... potism lbto in4tselfrand resting lor sup.
,, -'''t'a- ptrt upon tlie arms of the soldhry. Justin
twJtJ rhisPartrcu1ar doesrr npublican institu
New York.a Miiaaabiaanofci.linifonihorf-. tions difter from all other forms of civil
conviction that a bare support, jsall tficia.
boring classes can procure by the most lur-
tunate exertion, and tlmt this may as well
bo in the army as elsewhere."
Such is the system in France, and with
certain modifications in other countries of
Europe, the governments of which on ac
count of its operation are said to be
strong." loour apprehension a large
was inveigled by some aajkna into -a bar room I policy in existence. Its strength is inrinsicJ JThe Jocds insist upon this ondwe ad,
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Blyto plant hisfoot to goon again: and much surprised if every one of our.popers we arc utterly insensible of their greatm-ss
r-n-pttiui nisway.pianting his foot at pleased every one &T our readers, lor we " K.-v-wy...
step, and then Dln!n-..n :. tlwm ihnt ftn -find th-nra in I We speak of our civilization, our arts,
1 effort: the tai.tr ItlV. iTa?-i :r l.i Wp I freedom' our laws. and forget entirely
P lighten him.
See Iu. i ai i .u j a.,, -!..t artule mrefullv. hnt'wf large a share of all is due to Uiratiuiflty.
-auX-0 VLV I A I StuaaS UW a wiv.tww J w " I . ... m
top-; be strueeles : ha move have not time to parse every sentence, and I31ot Uiristianity out ot the pages ot man s
takiiwr .ttlar toltsrootjtosee if I history, and what, would hi lawshave teenflonr:uiAI,1,4rwhi(n tor,-iriimiplia tv
nngineone Ct ' . .L.I 1 what his civilization? Chnstiamtv is mix-1 Thank God His. not bv toorteen thoman
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Nn. K. ii u. ... . . I.,, JrT . ..r..t. I pf Mn wiiK nni Verv. bi'inir nnd our dailv
FUUlffain . k c I . u . . Y jf r.i i.i I life there Sa not a familiar obicct round us.
" uicn, in. aiairrers. Aincss, u in renuuiii uruui urs uuuiuiki k i . . : .
1 ! 1.1 . .1. - I . a... a
where be waa with difficulty pcrmaded to drink a
hus of wine, fn direct violation of the preempt of
the.Koran. lTbe effects were inntantaneonn. He
returned to the 'deck of the 'Sultan," dancing
about and capering like mad man. Ilia compan.
ions soon luppretett the eanae of hia on wonted
conduct, and a grave old Muaaelman, with a beard
long and rrioly aa King Lear's' aiezing tbedelin.
iL.LL.1 t l: 1 a I.: .
iaicii. vj urn i ui umii. c-ciqjmrq in iaJ.oic mw. i j i
latcd bv -the Captain "Wretch! ifvoa ro on at countries it is through the organized coer
I this rate, yoa will soon be as low and degraded I cion of a military force There is a spirit
i m r'Kri...;. v . . i .. . .. f - . i
I , of truth and patriotism in ine supiomca re.
rr Nl lUnnpfran, our own demoeratic orator, marks of Ibo American bcntinc( which we
ia h-at 1403 votee, if the renorta which we have warmlv commend. The subiect is kindred
hrard from the different eoontieabe correct. Lane, ,iu, mn,fr :n hnrnf" Where, hut in thin
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Its safeguard is the pffrctions of Jhe people,
Every where but in the ' United States the
municipal authorities are protected from the
people, here they are protected by the peo
ple., The operation of laws among us is
through-respectful acquiescence tn-the-ne.
ccssity ondi justice of them. In foreign
lion, there is little to olILnd or alarm tha
lovers of good order, or threaten the seen,
rity of republicanism. Millions of people
are in unrestrained motion, and even fer.'
menL Frequent conventions of zealous
partisans, attended by ten, twenty ,'or forty '
thousand, listening for hours, and some
times days, to the most impassioned, ear
nest, and eloquent orators, are held in all
parts of the land, and nearly with as much
order and quietness as a Sabbath gathering
for religious purposes. No other country -in
the land could do itTbe most stable
nation of Europe would reel like a drunkard ,
Would bo convulsed with revolution and
drenohed with blood, in such an experiment
upon the populnce. t; Think of such conven
tions in Paris or London, with all their note j
of preparation, with all their pageantry,'
and all their freedom and eloquence of
speech, and you think of a revolution.. To
the enemies of republican forms, the politi
cal agitations of this-country Inay appear
precursive of this end. To us, it is the
most assuring token of pcrmanencd and
power, that a great people assembling, as
is the wont of ours, like waves or storm
clouds, are yet so far the intelligent masters
of their passions, that they can deliberate
and retire from tlie most exciting gatherings
in peace' and good temper."
THE FARMER'S DEMOCRACY.
Passing a retail store a few days since,
we' stepped in, ns is our custom, to have a
friendly chat with those we usually find
round the siove. One of those band-box
raised chaps, a fellow, whose hands were
as white and as soil as a m.wly made kid
glove, was prating about Democracy and
Van Burenisin. In the store was an bid
Kentuckian, whose head bore the blossom
ot some seventy or more winters, buying
iurunce tx spoke turn a tiller ol tne
For some timq he paid no attention to ti e
Van Uuren champion s declarations ab. ut
the federal candidateihe old -granny, the
petticoat hero, fitc. When he had finish
ed his purchasers, he turned to this pink
of modern domucracyl and looking bun.,
sternly in the face, observed -
" You say Gen, Harrison is a Fede
" Yes.1 ' -
" You called him Granny J"
' You Cfijled him a petticoat hero Y.
Yes my old buek, what if I did !"
..' Why, 1 will tell, you . what, I . served
under this Federalist, this petticoat hero.
1 followed him through the snow when I
hada t a pair of shoes as good as that ne.
gro; I have fought with himeat with turn,
and slept with him. . 1 have seen him where
you daren't show your calf skin; and al.
though I don't know that I shall vote for
him lor Prcsideut,"or for any body, yet, by
golly, if you don't say you lied about him,
1 11 .nuke you thut s ull 1 have got to say,
old buck, as. you call me."- The mush
roon began to apologise, but the old man
wouldn't let him olFr hcimideJitmtftear his
own words over and over , again. When
he had finished: the old man remarked.
"you call Gen. Harrison a Federalist, be-
cause ho was fighting Tor his count ry wlicn
your Democratic-President,- Van Buren,
was doing all he could to assist the ene
mies of his country, by opposing Mr. Mad.
ison and. his administration. If to fight
for my country makes me a federalist, I
am so; and, if serving in places where I
am well paid, and am in no danger of my
hide, makes me a Democrat, 1 ain t no
Democrat. I tell you, stripling, you II find
plenty' of iddjiu-u heru .that won 1 stanJ'by
nd hear tuetr aiiu Crenoral abused, no way
ou can fix it; and hereafter, when you
want to abuse a man who has fought for hi
country, you had best go out to one sido
whorw you nro sure pone uf I In; old Seitlcrs
11 catch it
will hear you, if yoij don't, you"
certain. The finifVbte I ever
for Tom Jefferson, and if I live to give an
other it w ill be tor old Tip."
This is no fancv sketch. At least four
nicn.j'esidVnts l oLthisdtyilnessediti
nd one of the number, alter the old man
went out, remarked, "my mind is made
up4 will vote ibr Harrison." St. Louis
GENERAL HARRISON AN ABOLL
rn TI0NIST. -.
Vo. a- i- t. ,.. I, .i . t. ..' j jj I fmntleneaa tn t!hntinnrlv not
i aui. Evnrv 1 1 1 1 1 ii in i in, miur, riwawini inai a, is ii ia maw iMvaii.Tii . mi i-- " j
remakes a tnownvnt U it aa 1 tv: :. -it K., rS I which cannot be traced, in all its
I,-.. ra ... vuivi ooduh I X UW Mot All Wo V(U1 y mw j w-y I . . . . - .
tr. t last he is on the top. and Uo wiU relate an anecdote, and leave our healthful parts, to the gospel.
I 06 tails with hia Kiinto- i - 1 r..t. I Ki 'f.ni;ra.
potnthoiiti WaU ... .1 . ..." ' 1 r:. .rLJ'. kk.:.. it,. nn
. i iicuaiwoDi ne nas won i tion. I m. -u
fw ne has a right to caress his mistrm.. , A Wrtin mar, ..hnn ! was irreater not foreknow the hour of our death; fora,
t " - caressinff -him. fop neither f I tK- ki.
Tri?-S felted, it ia with vine call
ltnowledge, urmgined he had a di- time fixed, even beyond the possibility of ,
n..k th. -wl mwl. after a I livinc would trouble ut more than doth
a aiiwwu a- ...i., . I .. . ...
hard struggle, obtaineda' ttnnw from tha l6uncrtainiy.
tw. Frwakfort t .) Argun.
T iat beata the Dotchman who thanked God
hit pipe wtim't broken when he lost bia le;. By
every tning bomonxa, we admire Uua iellow'i
pb iKjaophy. Vc arc beaten by fouileea AffNBV'a
and two. bat thank Uod it ia not foortnen Itttuamtt
and two P ' Capital ! Well we do gH agood thing
now and then in a political paper. P.c.
A Poos Whits man selling hix-elf
ihto StiVEHT One hundred and seven
teen voters of Blount county, Tenn!, re
cently announced their secession from M.
an Buren. One of them, however, nas
lince been bought back by the locofocoa.
have held as semiavagr where but here
would thousands and tens of thousands of
men peaceably assemble, peaceably discuss
questions of the most exciting, temporary
interest to the mass, and peaceably dis
perse to their homes, aa men do daily
throughout our vast territory? Republi
canism needs than this no higher eulogy;
no better proof that its' foundations are
eternal, truth and equity:1; f.
' It must certainly be regarded as a most
gratiiymignjjLriai wun an me eaeitenrm
which now pervades the coon try from one
end to tha other, on tha Preajdential qua.
mit the General will bo an abolitionist of
the first water, after the fourth of March.
He wtll abolish all extravagance in the
He-will abolish an hankering alter lung,
ly power. . .
tie will abolish all efforts on the part of
Ofiice Holders, to make a King of the
He will abolish this thing of specie cur
rcney for the office holders and a paper
currency for the people,
He will abolish all attempts to raise a
large standing army in time of peace.
He will abolish the Florida war and the
blood hounds. -
He will abolish the efforts to reduce the
wanes of the poor man, FndTonwlebe-"
rich richer, and the poor poorer.
He will abolish loco-focoism.
Ma will, in fine be a most thoroughgoing
nboliii jnist such an one as he was in the
last war, when he abolished and demolish
ed the British and Indians whenever they
shewed their faces.
ow Messrs. OfBce-holdcf, how do yutl
lika Ga Harmon a abolitionism T
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