, it; 4
I Vf i . - 4
t j tr t
5 t i - " l : ".i.. - , 1 . -T - . !. "- .j' , - r -i
I - - - .t, j I r? ; - if 't 1- tk.K 7- t -': ' yt ' -
hvV--ipidts i a'icer.tain state of the mind;
I j amfPlft,ed 07 indigestion, wherein ,
Jtiixe apprehended o pen the sli;
v jJ abutire worst consequences imagined,
. .U At.it f to ticnariicu!a: regions of ihe
iVjwJii.Teallv called hypochondria which
r 4?5 ffun ln nme hypochondriasis.;' -
i ll j'jd'tl - SYMPTOMS. 7 ' 'y'
i Vtt'eU)n&ft corporeal symptoms are flalulen
' l ytatjrich or .bowels, acrid er octal ions,
p.Jrj4 spasmodic pains, giddiness, dimness
iVYrftnitftiions.jandofien an Utter inability
?ffiijl,e!aiipntnn upon any subject of. im
UiWcRir' eng W' any thing lhat.de-
ri'"T r r,-r.: 1 4 i" -.a 1
fji)r lor ' .cutniici aiu laiiguiuiirs;!
J9Ml&a$ranif. tb net ou systemj-
Jli'jl'ln'gs jandjjwculiqr tram of idas
i.-LteiTM ;iiw,t irnaainaion ana ureruvneunn
f "k biMii VliV i 1 Utfrlin I n fi n 1 1 o if l v t. re i I v ' I ' I .
'. 1 H.
lrrjilf! of any kindi
rRpecially , 89-
-?aiIT. I' W I "VCM l fl 1117 MVI HH3 Ills'"
i4Ti 1 lie 4inmo!ueiaie use ji mercuij,
li.uUilri'ijf allies, the sunpressioi of. some ha
wsife f ;(a,filie-Mtwtr ociitf n of the men
Uim rSjriiinoal " etupiion j relaxation f 0
yuffinofji; rnbre Hpwriant organs whbin
1limnscPoS,Jects tf treatment are, to:re
n.te IW'if Sllvp- to isi rengt nen 1 tie dwi j , ana
I .lffillielniritsr which miv be- hroaioted
:Liiri4Mii'flf regulated by the occasional Use
If ftiyiperfen . re knov nothing - better
iMft3in this end, than Ur. vvilliam
vMfN? wlnl1 bing mild and certain
SimpiMUhU'inn naio; iluihuiiicilucu u lire
liiMeuty'ii but it shwild not be resorted to ;
fiifi8 it-will, greatlyaggrayate' the
rrfiffieMiHr ana dstonukins racism .
iNl-tfrftli fJuu roe,' Schuylkill, afflicted
;KtiKtfffaJ&f el distressing malady, hymptoms:
Nllr f ll.enpy distorued rest, ner
ybf IKflJcoliy" pf reathifig, tightness
afisi i across tjiet breast, dizzipesss, rier
yptisi i rr M'if4anH jtestlessness. could not lie
inlaitTilf'jnb.001 lne sensation of
jmpen Ij: SiKiaiior , palpitation of the heart,
ci3twiilugh, loJ.iiveinesspain of thestom
ajitS. v(;;g9a t debility and deficiency of
fijelfifkt .M I H- .-Monroe gateitp
eiril f ilof rpccTer and dire despair sat
on hep incnine(f ;ol every person interested in
iiiHiilt 'Rt'tf hjrppiiiies?,;- till- by accident he
BirtiWiji&feblii; paper fome cures effected; by
Di iVl lliKI KpICINE n ...his; com-
P'itlP1 - Ifouucc.tnm ui purchase a pack
StP (la i w It tc'h tefsuUed tn compleiely
?reMJiafev?erysvmplorn of his disease. IHe
jsieiJ his .mofi ve for . t h is declaration: is,
ilfl ttt?Pjee4 :witb .. j lie same ur any synSp
t44wl1,ll'.bo?e froiii. .which Hie is happily
i$o receive thb inestimable
I m & O F Tl UiDOLORK UX.
fJSy bnsw.ivife; of Capt. Joseph
JmMmJIv seveiely afilicited
i I f el II w iii i i T i c I ol e r e n x , v iu le n t pa i n
in ejitnd --vomiting, with a burning beat
r.f ytj unitnam sireei, aoo irom inai
lum ;M ?ffSr ; airtetodj and leers satisfied, it
'li"cimJi tait1ia: ' 'meld id nV- few days longer.
w.i wi$ftf it l-ycTrra ; :uererejice ran oe naa
Up3lfih tf thfc alxive, by ealhng at Mrs
Store, 389 Grand street,
s vr iii-- ij
Kennv, No 1 15 Lewis
jwi.grHtanVpn''a'rfd Houston sis , afilic
1 l i r wi 1 b l he; f' lo w j ng d ist r essing
-Wl'ittA;M .'.erueialiori,' daily spasmodic
fiff)ppjleatl.los:t'appetite; palpitation of
Iflyvi'aftXgtddiness aiil dimtiess ol eight, could
Nil' il'lj: riijhV side, disturbed test, ntleif in
Hit) Iflejllaffing ; in any' thing that demanded
t,lll witlaTej someiimes a visionary idei of
??Mf ltlVtifJiel disease, a uhiinsical aver
w iprvUltersonWknd places, groundless
HrHlnaiijls of! personal; dapger and -poverty
tirains and weariness of life, diseonten
NL'iiiiitn'ftdA'nn everv slihl occasion .-i-she
vWs1ii'toflld neither Hie nor live: she went.
idy lfepnnded, anki ' thought-she Jed a
r v. r r - ; . ' '
1 t j. ' T i - . . '
Bifi.nii' I'll1. npKr mm hi nit: u uiiu. n nil
vlffJ ejtifi had the adv-ice of several eminent
1 iirS-U! A I : II if i lllf.lfTa Llllllrl.
ptyllilifevtlijliad rerouirse to numerous medi-r
4?l.'."rivj:i-t;TMa mi ouiuin even lemiHKary aiievia
ln.ia:;':i.S;21 I .LI .". IJ. .- -11 '
trireis?iiig state, till her husband ier-
lJlvvhaVshe ehi(vs as (rood health at
H' ny period of her existence.
ud of the aforesaid Anne
g me this Uih day of December,
SCKY. Com. of Deeds.
SlriM,t vvith an AricMon nf fhri
4lllr under I the treatuieni of Dodior.
iptSv l60 iChaihara street,'. JeW
fplifnjamn S Jaryi, 13 Centre st.
WlfJ.t atjlicted i..r: fiur years with
triii! in all his iltn!s. which were atnavs
4lMKl)eLsiiiiitest m4ion. the 'tongue
' k . 6 1 . t If. (V - ! " i 7 - . " .
!b1s Lead, the bowels commonly i e-
lKp!,Ti4 kh '-'Coloured,-;-and often
I PM!' were also attended with cofisid-
i!t')fw of breaihitis.'With . a- sense of
ffflfl-lheh'ejst, likewise a great want
ppgy,iin ibe oervo'js systern,!. -I
rafeyrcniomsl were en tirelv removed.
nilffi!16 Hed by Dr Wm! Evans.
fFM'111,1'' f-ct stated Lin the a
tMWificate, ubs(:TiWd br him , ire in all
e' 25h-f November, 1 836.
M N Notary Public, 96 naV-
v4mmW flowing A gents.
WVJKpGIXS, Columbia, S C.
Si t !' I . ?
in M&j.jmf nr, pod nnaoe to leave ner- room.
aj;jntvi no reljef fru'n the advice of sev
pllf isa;i, p'r from oedieines of any kind ,
knllMlivharf :caaimtiecd- usiW Dr Evans
f ra-ce '('aloMQiy mode of treatrart.
Illi1 Vy wlievetl, and finds herself-
ttplji&l?if 'a tending re her domestic a f-1
r t It
EDITORS AND; PROPniCTonS
1 --. t; ;
RO OP TIPPECAN OE.
I ', t " Tcrfi-"". Rosin VutWotoSf -'r
Ye .Jolly yjonjjjlads of Ohio, I j - ;,; ,
And all yetck Jackson' men too, -1 -Come
out frooi ;amongst ihe foul party,
. 'And vote fJf! old wTippcan'.e, I i,
, And ?otefor old Tippeaanoe, etc; ,
: yXyl y-yi-y ".hi""'-" ;;..-'
The great Twenty-Second is cmnin;
'" And ihe Vajacks begin 10 look blue,,
They know ihre is imi chance rr old IMatty,
, K we'll stickuo old Tippecanoe. j t
If we'll stick, etc.
I therefore wiijgiie yoo a warning
xoi mai anj giioa 11 win do,
For Pro certatif you all are a going,
lurvote lor old 1
? To vole, etc.
Then let us belop and a doing, j -
And eling to our caase brave and true,
I II bei yt)U a Jfjrlune w'll beat them, j;.,
. Willi the Uero of Tippecanoe. -.
i Willi the Ileroletc.
Gorxl mn fropi the Vranjacks are flying.
Which maks theinl ok kinder eskeW,
For they see tliey are joining the standard,
With the Hero of Tipptcanoe. -
With the Hero, etc.
They say thatj)he lived ij a cabin,
And lived qri hard cider loo,
Well, what if lie did. I'm certain,
He's the hefo of Tippecanoe.
.--.! i F . He'p the hero, etc.
ill ;. .-.
Then let us go to Columbus,
And form a
And 1 tell you the .Vanjack9 will startle,
At the 6ound of old I ippeeanoe,
At the sound, etc.
As for one, I'm fully determined,
r To go, let it; rain, hail or snow,
And do what we can in the battle,
For the hereof Tippecanoe,
: hj For the Hero, etc.
And if we get 4ny ways thirsty, j
I'll tell wha we can do,. (
VVe'll bring ;down a keg of Hard Cider,
And drink to old 1 ippeeanoe.
And drink, etc.
Correspondtrlce of the JsTtwark Daily ddver'3
Harris County, Feb. 01, 1840.
You perceive by the date that we have
a new name for .this 'county.. Instead of
HarrisburgMi is to be called Harris injfu-
ture. Since my arrival in Texas, I bave
visited Galvebton city, Island and county;
the 8a h Jacinto, HtifTaloe Bayou, and Hous
ton ; Fort Bend, .Richmond, iJurden'on,
and San-Felipe de Austin, on the tlio Bratl
zos de Dios, (Arm of God ;) Cummingl!
Creek, Columbus, llutersville, LaGranee;
Colorado cl y, Bastrop, Bentson's the Fof f
and City of Vustinj on the Colorado ; and
intermediate: points on the rivers ; and hav
become acquainted with residents of every
part of llil country ; so that I can
judge, as Hhink, pretty well in regard to
laru!s,c'!i " . ;" ) ' I
This country, to a northern eye, seenis
very thinly jpopulated, except the cities -
The whole population is over 50 000. and
perhaps under half a million. But emfj
gration is going on vitli an almost inconj
ceivable rapidity. Georgia, Alaharna, North
Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky, ar
on their waVi to Texas ; and Mississippi
would come if she cnuld get away just at
this time. : These come in by land wjt
iheir wagoni, implements, wives, little ones,
?nd servants ; camping out at night and -taking
their time. A gentleman who came
in from Georgia the other day stated that
he passed 200 wagons on their way io the
principal fetty on, the babine. J he iew
lork and reptune eteam-ships, from riew
Orleans, are loaded down with, French,
German, Irish,' and American ejnigrants.
Schooners and other ve59els,lare and small,
from the pofts of the United States, North
and Soulb, fbring each their share, and o
vessel fioms England has lately arrive)!
with a freight of the same commodity jefr
the "Gtruetis of the South West." Arrange
ments are making to import these tillers of
the soil direct from France and Germany
v The enitgratioi since last summer. Is
estimated af 1 00.000. j The great thorough
fare lies thro' Nacogdc hes, Sah Augus
tine, in the Red Lands. Since I have
been writing I have heard of a fresh arri
val (ihe Barque Norman Castle) from
England ; o!f a ship load of emigrants, up
wards of ninety in number, well! provided
with money and implements. This conl
pany compfiees a Physician, a Clergyman,
and a Schoolmaster. The Germans at Hous
ton, La Grange, and other places, have
preaching m j their own tongue, which is
almost as oiten heard as English.
emem has been produced by
a large company of Enflish
the arrival of
wno have 1 been cheated into
o(d larvd scrip bv Woodward.
Consul, who turns but
to be gre,at rafeal. It is suppa ed tht
the Government will make them a present
a good dealof poor land enou
an immense population, and ia
wealthy one. The lower country of the
r 1 t! Li m - : . r f '
oaoioe,, ivocnes, k rinny, ora'9 vouey
Colorado, embraces v
lands best adapted for sugar, 6otlfn, tobaf -
cor corn, and other staples ol the bouibern
S ' -luWf Wcekty at Tico Bolls, ana Fifty Cts l A
' ' - - M
States. The upper country and I the west
ire adapted to stork and grain, jahd'are ca
pable of. producing cotton,. 4rc i and 'are
supposed to contain some of the: finest lands
!lnd situations' for; tho culture of !;t$ie grape
tn the known world. - ; ' I III
The principal wealth of this coonlfV con
jiists in its lands, stock, and its vicinity to
Mexico. 'the West Indies, and the United
fetates; possessing, as it does, ai rtlgniy fa-
f Slavic lliuaiiuii a aiiu u l 10 ll i
trade. ; The chief, and nearly the only lucrative-
occupations of the country, are
therefore Jlgricullure and TraicM, these
add Law, as litigation flourishes and will
continue to co so, on account of the unset
tied state of titles to lands. There- is not
capital tand labo br enough in ililV country
meerino. as vet. nmmiin tirvev-
ing is o erdotie ; government surveying is
by no means lucrative, and is attended by
many onerous disabilities. Topographical
Surveying is better. Teachijngj will not
Spay : ii is too difficult to collpcij and the
country contains but a few yocng; people
and scarcely any children in proportion to
the whole ropulat.on-Governn.enl(Ojnces
wiiijum y uudm, buuju iiui way v--r;
ing is overdone lJusiness is commonly
done on a email capital, and clerks1 fare not
often in requisition. It is at least difficult
to procure situations in Houston, and when
procured the pay is small, j Carpenters,
Blacksmiths,, and some other mechanics,
get pretty well paid. There are a: few mills
in operation in this and Bastrop county,
which give employment to some.j i
, As to printing, Cruger &. Mooro, nd Sam
Whiting, 1 suspect make money, brat least
acquire property; but ordinarily,! printers,
and editois who bave n.t, like the j former,
government patronage to sustain thorp, com
bine other employments. The editor of
the Matagorda paper, is a Civil; Engineer.
Phvsicians have little to do, and I have to
give too much and too long crediti Minis
ters of the Gospel, except in Houston,
(those at least whom 1 know) have some
other business, as teaching, chaplaincy, &c.
Bakers, butchers, tailors, Sec. are in demand
'every where. Of course, the country is too
new for manufacturers. i I-1
j The workings population, with the: excep
tion of the cotton planters, chiefly, are ex
clusively occupied in supplying,: by agricuU
jture or traftiic principally, the absolute ne
cessaries of life to the newly emigrated
jTexian population; The country) is but
jost recovering from a paralyzing war; and
the,trade with Mexico is not now! what it
has been, nor what u soon will bej j. In the
'stores hereyqu will see scarcely' any jbipg but
v hat is immediately demanded by the wants
of the people, and will meet jwitlifa ready
sale as groceries, domestics.common cloth
ling, ;&c; Hardware, tools of-many kinds,
hroadctotbs, fincy goods. &c fec. are dull.
The depreciation, of Texas Vnouey is an
incubus severely felt upon Trade of every
kind, and every thing else,, which f;I: hope
will soon be removed.
Many people go away from; rex as grum
bling at their disappointment. Thy come
i here expecting to live without work, and
i after using what money they j have, re
turn to their country with a lesson. Live
here with scarcely any labor, if they take
jtho right way, it is possible they may in this
j delightful climate and with this feilile soil ;
but to derive any thin. beyond ia bare sub
isistence. requires labor Bit to twell-di-
lected labor, of the F m r especially, a
inch and -ivd spfidy reward is not denied.
! The measures 'df Land made) ub; of in
: this country'are partly Spanish and partly
J English. Of the former are varas, leagues,
labors, and sitos; of tb -latter acres, miles.
(or 640 acres ) A vara is S3 J English inches.
A labor, is a eq iare of a thousand varas, or
about 177 acres. A s tio, is a Fquare whose
side is a league, or 5000 varas;! containing ;
about 4.42S acres. A league and labor, as
it is called, contains about 4,605 acres, Eng
lish. Five sitos make a hicienda.-f-Theie
are also claims of I.2S0 acres, and fJ40 and
320 acres, which like the former are divided
and sub-dmded. . '
Fruit trees are now brought ini with a
profit, and they are much wanted. iBut the
Multicatilis does not take. They are orna
menting the beautiful location; of Galveston
city and island- which they delight to call
ihe N. Yoik of Texas-4witfc fruit trees,
which a-e very scarce here, ll f
This has been a very (delightful winter
here till quite recently. Thfere has been
very little rain and cold, weather : jmuch of
the time as My or June at the North. It
is quue warm now, out vtry rainey.
this climate you know, there
is very little ,
rain in the summer, most of
it coming in
this month (February.) By the middle of
this month, fair spring weather commonly
sets in. ' - .11):
At this time there is almost an impassable
guifj between Houston and any parti of the
country -on account 0.1 tno low : prairie
surrounding it being covered! almost with
water during this heavy rains!
Bui this is
not lexas. lathe country generally it is
very dry walking, even doting the- rainy
weather. i i i ; ; '
I iu travelling in lexas on the Drwcipal
f ohtes. it is customarv to ro. 30. 85i or 40
.mites a day, or less, irom one Mopping place
to another, rarely if -ever 'camping out, ex
cept 00 tbe unfrequented routes.! My ex
expenses are about tbe same as m the States,
from 25 to 30 dollars a week in Texas mo-
' .,i - j -.Hi -I
n?y, or from Si to $2 jer
States money or specie..
day m: United
Money is very scarce here, as! well as id
tbe J. S. In man respects, the country
is net scj prosperous as before the 'Refo
lulion. But lime repedics all tuingsL
Extraordinary Mmn tr of JUanufa during
Cloth. A ffentlemn.
n Ltondon has just' obtain
d . Pa,enl fur ngl the finest cloth for gen-
thoul spioning, wiearing,
aid of any machinery si
or indeed without fine
milar to those Drocesses. and at a enst less ilran
one fourth the present iprice. ;The mosti extra
ordinary circumstance la this contrivance-is, that
air is the oaly power ujsed in ibe maoufa'ctare of
the article. The Ingtecioas inventor places in
an air-tight chamberia oaaplity of floccolent
lr!rt,es of. lrfLhih. by means of a species
. ? ,"','.,r " : "n -i-
.thrfjojrfjout the atmosphere contained therein i
dp one side of- the chainber is a net-work of me
tal of the fiaest manufacture, which communi
cates with a chamber from which the air can be
abstracted by means M an exhaoste'd syiinge.
commonly called an eif-pump, and oil the com--:
rnunicaiion Det ween trie chambers betn opened,
the air rushes with extreme vehemence to sup
ply the partial vacnm In the exhausted chamber,
Mf the wool! fljccularagimst the netting
and so interlacing tile fibres, ibat a cloth pf beau-
tiiul fabric, and close fexture, is instantaneously
mace. 8 !r : j
Perhaps all our leaders are fully awate
that in many parts m our country, there is
ft OTPAt rtnl nf norrtlor ilw ariolni, ft rm
cuaiary embarrassraent. Such a state oil
things has, by sagac
ous men, been for some
lime anticipated. Some assign, one cause!
and some another.
On this ooint we crive
How lone this State of thinosi
is to continue no rnan can foretell, i Nor isl
it possible to say, whether things will growl
worse ueiore luey get oeuer, attnougn inisi
:M..,ui. i J-: :i i-.l1!
some bints, which we hope may be useful
lo such as are likeiyito be seriously injured
i .i r r..k '
by this state of things But there is one!
on which we think it right to caution both:
individuals and communities. It is an
evil against which! they cannot Ibe too
guarded. Wesay,hen, beware of litiga
tion. Avoid ill natpred and vexatious law
suits. Be patient with honest debtors. Do
not endeavor to increase the alarm; in your
vicinity by rash and needless suits. It is
truly unkind, without cause, to weaken con
fidence, where it is Already much impaired.
Hope for the best. Do nil you can,; in truth
and candor, to support the pecuniary credit
even of a rival or jnejiemy.- Needless
and ill-natured and hasty lawsuits about
property, have ruinld many communities,
wherj forbearance and mutual good -offices
would, sooner or latjer, haves brought relief,
1 h:s council is. we think, not only in thfe
spirit of the gospel J but is based Upon the
soundest principles lf trade. Let not a few
appalling disasters, fending to destrov con
fidence in your neighbors, fill your minds
with dark suspicion! of every body. It is
belter for individual and communities to be
sometimes imposed jhn, than to repose trust
in nobody No repliitable man can lose pe
cuniary credit, without at least endangering
to some extent the' pecuniary credit of his
neighbors. Let eah then, j endeavour, as
f?ir as truth will permit, to uphold the good
name of every other manl j Certainly 00
man is at liberty wirtonly or through idle
fears, to destroy or impair confidence in ht3
neighbors responsibility. ft atchman 6j
the South. ' s i V I V I
Reduce the wages of labor.'Calhoun.
Y6u must reduce, the value of property.
I '- l It nf'ti an o n $
'Model the finanjital hranch of your gov- j
eminent after Cuba,? Walker.:! I
Establish a system of collection, dii- !!
bursement and saf-kteping of the public ;
money like that adopted n China Globe
''Lstabltsh a bard money Oovernment.
j . Benton, j
The Sub-Treasury is now in operatioji,
and will continue is operation through ttie
years 1839, M0 arid '41, ix epixk of la
mentations HERE. OR ELSEWHERE.
a in ore I eng.
-We must reduc labor low, and bririg
things to iheirpecie value. Senators j
Buchanan and, Wafier j
v To the Soulherfi States to the whole j
cotton, riee. tobacco, and sugar growing re-
gion now so grevlotisly afflicted with the
curses of the paperjjsystem 'to all Una re-
gion I wou d av, study he financial histQ-
In rV of Holland, France and Cuba. Follolc I
intir example, emufaie iitr; soiia curren
cy. tnifaefAem'4Mr. Benton's Speech,
Jan. 16.. ! ' f '
To the other Stifles. I would aay do the
iJte. fib. ij t
1 ardently desire to seejthis country in
the same happy erudition as the Island of!
Uuba. Senator iv awer.
I coincide in the sentimerit of the Senai
tor from Missouri. 'Senator Calhoun.
Military. Just Is our paper w?? ready
for the press, we Jlearped that Brigadier
j General 1 aytor nap oeen relieve", at nts
! own reauest, fro ml the command of th
troops in Florida, a'h'd-that -Brigadier Gen
eral W. K. Arroisttad, of the 3.1 Artillery,
had been ordered jo succeed him. The
change to take placfe on the 1st of May.
Jl. 8t A; Chron.
WHOLE JVOl 40; - !?
-From ihe Baltimore Piht.
HARD MONEY AND THE WORKING
Tbe argument addressed. to the labouring
manjto reconcile him to the tcdnctionof;
iua -.yages is, inai u wages are reauceo tony
percent, flour is still more reduced4iThis
is a question that may be disposed of by
simple arithmetic, and we would recom
mend the honest laborer to sum up the cal
culation and see how the account stands.
v nen wages were high he could receive
constant employment. Now wages'are low
and he cannot get work. He must take into
the account, not only the reduction of wages
but the time lost for-want of employment.
The following extract from an address to
his constituents by BIr. Atwood, a member
of Parliament, from the great manufacturing
town, of Birmingham, exposes the effect of
the war upon the currency, on (he 'interests
of the labouring classes. Mr. Atoodis
well informed, and, his remarks now show
the war upon the banks to enhance the vaK
ue of money, and thus enrich the large mo
ney dealer, are so forcible, that the lapourine
1 man Cannot shut his eyes to their trtitli. Who
are they have grown rich in these times ? U
it not the money dealer and the office-bolder
? i ' j .
Mi. Atwood says :
" The democracy In America are; at this
moment cutting their own throats as mad
ly, and working the very same wild hav
oc among the industrious classes there;
as the Jewish aristocracy are working here.
In their wild efforts to convert a fiction of
lhe 4 io, reality, they are abolishing cred
" a9d PaPer rooney, which have been to
heni more valuable than the land which
they; occupy, and more vital, if possible,
than; the very air which thej breathe. Cred
it and paper money have been to them the
very life and soul of their, industry; and
yet they virtually insist that no maq shall in
future be permjilejLto plough the ground,
or to cut down lhe forests, excepting only
the few lucky individuals who happen to be
born; with golden ploughs or golden axes at
their command ! And this is Democratic
America ! She has universal, suffrage ! She
has no national debts and no taxes ; but
she has raised her rate of interest to fif
ty per cent, per annum; and her People,
like ours, except the Jews among them, and
steeped in poverty, misery and distress.
Greediness, malice, pride, envy andj hypoc
risy jappear equally to have animated the
councils of both nations; for, si range to
say, aI this: wild havoc is being effected in
America, as'in England, under the extraor
dinary pretext of benefitting the industrious
classes! Under the pretence of restoring a
soiind and healthy currency,' the legislators
of both countries have taken away the pi
perf money without taking away the debts
apd obligations contracted in it;! leaving
pust sufficient gold and silver money in cir-
ncuiauuii 10 pay ineir own legal Claims upoJL
industry, but not sufficient to give more
ithah half emp!oyroent;or half food to the
People. In both countries the People bave
jbeqn told that the moneved interest was too
Jpowerful under a paper system ; and, under
Ithe! pretence, of reducing this nower. the
two Legislatures have strangely contrived
to double arid to treble it, by doubling and
trebling the vIue offthe money which meas
ures it , thus grinding and crushing the in-
Jdustnous classes in both countries, and de-
livering them up7'like sheep to the butch-' conclasiouot .the mst term.into the rescr v
i i I . .u 1 . r exempted from ordinary ruilitia duty a!:
er's sharobW or, at the best, converting . 3t ftMhegcC0DdJ:r:ln lhis manner, ;
thetn, as I have always foretold, into mere ly gTG ,hOusand men-will' be dischar- :
'hewersjnf wooand drawers of water fpTijiliiia duty every year, and twenty fiv.-
IthdJewsP What is this madness in the ! sand fresh recruits be received intone -
litwp foremost nations of the earth? Is
Uhej mere effect of human passion blinding
I f T9
of isome mysterious Prov,dence working
5 tv 1 11 1 rf icnfin on Imno n v ortntt tia I 0 m
ui.-jviicq.iwua omi.S:i us 1 inj
SIS iin toe dark.
i " , , 1 . , .
Gen. Harrison was 12 years Governor
I," j. I ' 1 I - t .!
auciana near wuai me pcuic u iiji
tale say of him. ,U'e copy from the aq
rss of a recent State Convention : j
f'Letu turn o the father of our State,
fend of the great JNorlhwest, to the friend
of. Washington, of Wayne, Jefferson, Mddi
on and Alonroe. Let us turn to V illiam
Henry Harrison, the patriot, the statesman,
he soldier. Thirty-two years spent in the '
er;vice of his country, in the most responsij
as well as most dignified stations, have
ned his virtues and tested his merits ; and
now, the same providence which shielded
lliim amid the dangers of the bittle. and in-
nired his wisdom in council, would seena
. ... ., '
L :.i . . J "-j .1 . A. for mir HmtrW
Inkl to heal the wounds inflicted upon thtfe
Constitution by those h' seek to unite tl
lhe purse an4 sword. Upon Gen H anson
he democratic republicans nave ut
pri him, with the consMtution fir his shield,
the star spangled banner for his standard
nd 'our countr' for his motto, from the
LJ- n ihp desert, we wilT rallv. an-f thai
!rntgbty God will give to him success, will
Jbe the daily, and hourly and warm, and!
to nave preservea nirn, in pairnrcu i mj ; lhe oriantzatton of the rotiitt ct jr;e t.
fWjest to a green did. age, clear pf heaa j States 'hus recommended by 'Air. Van H
hoimd oj heart, and clean of hand, to stiy j by which the power is to be given to the i
UL r,mN nronrmniinn in our office-holdl ; dent to assemble such nombsra, at sue 1
IhpartfA praver of millions now guaerin
L.i 1 fnliu on 1 tx b.4nr nf the ruthless
iiroiu 1. '""j - v.... r
-s." - 5 - ' "
Wewishthe document below, which is fn
fectly aullientic," could have appeared ten
sooner.; The Fefs are flinching under i: nv
t ban from any other inflection which huvctl
bestowed open their profligate Djn2sty;cr;d
must make the People percei ve th e f o! ly t f s :
porting such ! an Administration. 'I'M U i'
Up which i led to the rencontre. UZ'j-.
COPV OF "A PRINTED LEAF.
The subjoined dornment.and the matter tl:
to appended, has been lately printrd.r r, n'.'.
isuow oo the pressin -this city. Thou-li i:
respect private, j et, a$ it was preps red ty c
tiemen for their own use, and to be distnl it .!
them among, theirfritnds, we shonU r.a r
have placed -it io o'of colaucn.bqf that it kss v
terday bronght up in the Ho jse cf Reprt Fo;
lives, read, and Commented upon, and Is sup;
to have given rise, in 'someway or other, to 1
the accoont of proceeding, became the s-r:
scene wnich.aa the reader will find br n
.unui ounce oy ine iioase. ' l ne nrst part ci i:
being all thai relates to the finance?, is an r:.-.
e -' - . . - .
copy irom jxecuuve cocumeol 445, It. ll.
Session'oflbe 25ih Cbogrffs. The reside?, c:-;
cepi so far relates ioliie extracts from cflkisl t :
1 2vo!. Int.
nments, is, the reader will observe, uncCI:;3!.
PcblIc Expenditure u from 1S24 to lr."
milting a statement of expenditure, fxel . .
ofthepitblic debt, for each year, from IS - 1 1
JcE 2S,lS3S.--Read I and hid upon the tr.IV
- - ' Treisurv Department,
, Jane 27, 5"
Sir In oSedience to the resolution cf ?'
fljuse of Representatives cf the 25ih iostat
have ibe honor to. . lay before the House a : .
ment showing the amount of expenditure, '
sirs rf tU public debt, fof each year, froa 1 :
"to 13i3," - .j-;."'--
I am very respectfully
- - your obedient servant,
.-, LEVI W00DJ5IJRV.
. - Secretary of the Trias .i j.
Hoi. .1. K. i'OLK, '- -' . - '
Speaker of .the Ildvsc cf Represented:
Sia'emem sl owing the amount of exper 'i'
of the United States, exclusive of the T;
Debt, for each year, frono 1824 to lbOT in
sive, stated in pursuance to a resolution ( f
V House of Representatives of ihe iijth J ;
1833. ' 1 - - -For
the year 1324, $13330.144 71
Do , 1S25,-; ' - 1!.490,4;9 0 1
Do . 1S2G, - 13,062,310 '27
Dj 1827,. . 12,653,093 t
Do 1828, ' 13,296,041 4
Do 1829, 12.660,460 6 2
Dj 1330, . ' 13,229,533 '
Do JS31. 13,864.067 L-'")
Do 1832, 16,516,353
Do 1833, V . 22,713,755
Do; 1834. : -lfi.425.41?
Do : 1335, - , 17,514.850 2i3.
Do -1S36, 80,869,164 01
Do , 1837 ' 39, 16 1,745
Note. The foregoing sums include pay:
for trust fonds and indemnities, which, in 1
was $5,610,404 86.
- : T L. SMITH, ReSht--Treascrt
Register's Office, June 27, 1S3 1.
This sum is subject to small -variation-1.
setilement on the accounts of, the T
Contrast the expenditures of the Gov -under
tbe present with' those of former A
istrations; then read the following, znl r
before you vole I ! ! ! ! ! ! !
The following are literal extracts frrrn tl
port of the Secretary of iWar, and the
of the President of the United States,
subject of the increase of the Arroyo' t!. . '
ted States : I . , V
' it is proposed to divide the aUr.ito J .
into eight military districst, and toJ'T-.-militia
in each'dislrictj fo to have a L
twelve thousand Ave hundred men in a ;u
vice, and another oPequal number as a r
This would give an armed militia force
hundred thousand men, so drilled and s; :
as to be'ready 10 take, their places in ti.p
in defence of the country, whenever cal! i
to oppose the enmy br repel ihe invailf r.
ae of the recruit to be from 20 ts
whole term of service J to be eight yez
years ih the first class, and four in the r
one-foorlh pail, iwenty-five 'thousand r.
leave ihe service every year, passir,
it i It will be sufficient for all usefal purp - .
the remainder of the rniitiia, under vrriaiu
latiens provided for fhetr government j L
alp in rricef3 cMime, nf3lly t!,
inn! . . . i . . . . . .
i a A rl K. r t nral l 4 A ifci t r- r
! mass or the mililii-wiH pass lbrou;ij n
1 ' and Rrnnf r.tas&M. a rut h either motiibrfi
: active corpsi'or of ihe reserve, or ci.Bnj :
j the exemptsiwho will be liable to b ca i
of ynnnly in periods of Invasion or imtmrM .t
' 1 iuiiiiici ui ciiiuimciii,, -nv 1
ot seiviceand the rate of compenaiinn ,
to be fixed by law ; but the details had
left subject of regulation a plan cf whi; ;
prepared to submit lo you.
Here is the endorsation of this raonstr
ject by Mr. Van Buren, in his hst anr;
" The present canition of the defenc- :
principal seaports and navy yards, as ie -ed
by the accompanying report of the bf "
of War, tails for the early and serious st
of Congre ; and aseonneciing itself intr..
with this subject,! cannot lecom met d so', f:
ly to yur consideration ihf plan pubxi
that c.rlieer for the organization cf the rn; V
the United State? V
The folloinff is the 17ih section cf t'. 1
j of details proposed by lhe Secretary of V
and at such limes, vflllJtnvineir rsp
! tricts, as be may deem necessary not ev
! twice in one year.- l'he people arc te-..-
dlW on, 10 jerf9rm military duty fe-yt- .
, h'.iin t.f their own Siates, at the will f
President, there beiog only e iht dUtric'3
' Uni.ii, and consequently several Su e
: district. - , .
j We have enly to call yoiirv atiensjct ?
i aniversal prediction made in 1333,' at the
oi ihe removal of lhe deposes 4 r-Jh
.l.iwft in ihp nrrRfnt lime, viz: That v: .:.
Ftileral ecutive obtained unlimited c ?
rthe public purse, the next step wou.J t
mrt,e p((ii prW
: -mj'w astandini? annu
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i liere tt is ia us iuiii.xvui