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The Tear of Gratitude.
There is a (lzetn more purely bright, . ..
Store dear to merey's eye, . .
Than h,‘,.., sweet star, whose mellow light,
r,,,, cheers the evening sky:
A liquhl peat', that glitters where t..
No Stlitt•wsn.,,w intrutle, . .
A rnilier, g em than monarch's wear—
• The tea r of L:ranttide. •
Vitt n.,..er shall narrow love of wealth • t
Invite this tribute Tomb,
N. , r ran the-sordid slave of pelf
Aiiiiteciair as worth ;
nho soothe the. vaidoves 'vro,
:it git t.. the orphan food,
t••ii thin Itquul pearl 'shall flow- , ,
• Tir• ti ar of gratitude.
u r but slake an infant's thirst
In het' etily mercy's •name.
01 po.der penury a crust.
I:n;• , we'et reward may claim;
rbia.. %i ink you rove hies sunny banks,
tt'.. , 11 -wet-test tlow'ertS striwd,
St:!: may von claim the ,w,idours thanks,
• Tht• rphan's giatitude:
i dd E cc% of the State Central _Com
i Prim." ivntui
`NV l't ri/EN• —The mentl‘er , of the State
g',Tonoltee of the. Democratic party. ai v.
t,NI 1110 fne -tfh of Manl 'Convention. ,leeto
in Illy fulfilment of die object of d ici r ap
kl fc , ad t t s . , S ton in rehttion to , the. present
um' eountn , and to call your attention
iiiiprtatice of approaching election.
t`T at :I . IV •••••uice the commencement of
~.tont,iiN r 111 t, pt.1111t• :11 larj.o. anti et , pte tall)
• :it i to pa t• au..o to coitzrat it
. tat-11'1;N in ;lit. pro .refs of free principles
In:: the con.l.itipti tukl'extenifutg the hap-
of man. lilt , people of these United i.znnes
.! ut respeo to part) or ,sect_ Ow MII
mein of I:6 most enlarged civil
• r•-'o_u,‘n-ri•zhts. which in not only securvil by
prini=ions. but by that which is much
P_•• •• •_•.0c41 sense 4.11‘1 )uagnient (if
• _te , etitNT and liberal' . crinininnity. It al-o
11 , • pleasury to join ut coriipatula
. •,;,e :zone nil 'prosperity which periii.les
. and pecuniary n44141)112; lit the Two:
. ilfishuiitu: the predictions of our lead
,,piNculente of the ruin and desolation
to.lopow the- election of the Democratic
111 1. Jl. prosperity has INee,tt on
,-,;•o, or since. and at no period of onr existence
all the .departments of industry
Mei comtnert-ial and man-
t.,een 'in a itio,re pro ptr a an t i lualtltt
itiole iu .lentand at t a ut
•Ily,•asation than at the- pres.ent time.. It
eentinaihis ttr just rewanl that an
.• and tatluAftous eonlinnuirs - is alit-ars the
• ,': ',,;(1,11N-
r. - condition of thongs .we
. have reason to be
• • t , ill44antial and b< the ,*-.-tilt.
, 1 0-2n< of a sound and hber system of
•r% tui•led upon just ptioeiples of comm. Trial
teCtproeity, in 'connexion with a
:cry. of ftliance on the part of the
•.! lovertilient. C ale to prevr n t
,t-be tr. ,•ue v dto maxatzun a sound
t • •
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however, would have ton
ertr . ;,.l our jut:1....11i .pror.perrr resull,.fa•ni
Cbt mi.' U con-
•;•;:t.:tz.tit couttrN. - That the s-ar
• . ; uroee ~t to rais.:e
It t'S u i , OW: VOA: ATA t' Every
-t' . -••• 'ail'. to I , e a ttle:.—
e:‘, - t• etlittl‘tt ts al-0
•i . ti‘ not.t.lctiOn 01 the klttlies, Pn
• r Lrlit,. • ;:1 portz with tht.
'••' • •;': ' 'Ht Ili 011 ulel7 . pax!ttvt:tott , ,
tt•t '-to t--t , tiit . 1 ma.- W . eCII the to 0
the' t` pclyt 01 our-:11:1
• 11l i:lcrea-e Alit
to purchase Ana
-.: - -_-F- 4 .-.• -. : V. .11 :1.2 to the prxckpenty of every
..,...y IQ tike cou.atr)... In rt-Jar..l to
... :k,- .. ill:e.--.:: , . they wtil be e. 188.8.131.5211 )-
• ~ ....e i,tttla,Al..i iot iron to m:tke mi1r0a, ,, ...
wine' of azricultt;re to mart.et and
1 '' ' ' :. e Want. , of art ealarzeti Miernal as Wel
~ -••-• .-3.. , ,,,,-. 7! , rv t , i n tnet„weu ', .. .. rd our ,io
-..:..-.•• res ' X , . SA , well eAabii , tted that with
kr, ..•:;.1,,. ,lutie-: properly arran:zed the)
:!... eempetitton 'of
. the walla : and
[ Are co::- - aiiei.i...1'y the jud.:Tmettl
, ' , 1:: , .' are e:::.• - :r.ct-.3. in enlarzing old :
,Lie- ~-..7„.1.1- k .,,hrliett+ u:ldet the pn. , ..-sent
1- , l:: . alge holx.• Llt an irttme.h.tte
havnt: bo-n drireu be
, ;,e cottatry front all their cbl.l po-
lo A Bank of ihe.- United Stater- a
and tiltnr oppizQition to the
01R4AtitrIonal Tiea...ttry. now seek
• '! 'pj ,, c , llloll to the Dentecraite Frarty
' 'ln re—ant to thib hulk
" "s' i-• Tie that it wasuhlispenrible
1:1‘i the country rnutd riot ex-
\ in en 'excited their partirans
ez-kioni-eia 4 - revolutionary •spird
P('‘.4);e by ilenouncing General
a.l ta, : an u.. , urper, for his opposition
' ' sought to place melt above
-`""'lttleil authorities of the riatiortrana to con
' •-mmeilt. A -,l l .4. l l.auisheil member of
Frktrsai panty ati thi, uct—..wm add re the
' off-alumore, an &wan. and by vray of
itt.tifyin; their cenituet. declarea
r'N s.unes there were no Sal"-
\ow tae mite parises my that a Bank
.'at nioilitiratithe tariff 4.1`42. they
" .1, • - "••1 tilat Lac ot frame pan-. that
- lace- 10 :7" 111 s: 111.2.11111JA tt.Ml6,
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the country a-Mild haye to stop : that men would
hare toho turned out of einploynaen to starve; and
that the productions of the farmer would rot on his
hands for want of a home market.- ;
How these predictions have been verified let the
present condition of the county answer. They
made the like predictions in regard to the opera
tions Of the Constitutional Treasury yet it has
been in operation about a year. and the country has
never enjoyed a higher degeee'of prosperity.
Their opposition to the Democratic party on ac
count of the Mexican war ; is entirely cough:tent
with their former.eonduct and practice.
In splliaking of our opponents we are compelled
to callthem by their proper name _of Peden'Etas.—
not in'derision or mikuidnis i but because it is im
possible to designate them by all the names they
have, at ii . vious times. ar:surned to suit 'the emer-
L7t . lley in which they - were placed. and to avoid the
guilt and odium 'of their political otlences.
There is no tact which goes further to establish
pith than that of the accused Changing. his name
so that may not be known. This the Fede
ralists haye done over and over main antil many
ot them have persuaded themselves that, they are
not Federalist::: t a ut good honest •• Democratic
It is. however: a fatal r self-delusion. and a mere
hallucination of the mind. They have no just claim•
to the name. There were men in that day who
tool.. sides with the enemy against the NVltigs of the
Revolution. yist as the leaders of the present oppe ,,
smou party dike sides now agrainst the constituted
authorities of their country.
The wings of that filar• were the advneAtes of the
rig.fts of their country, and were willing to saenfiee
every thing hut honor in reststing the tyranny and
oppression tvf the kin= and Parliament of Great Bri
tian. and for the e . -Aabli.-‘lunCnt of a free and Inde-
Taking. then their sentiments and conduct as the
test by nthirh to determine what ccinstitutesa whiz.
what just claim can the Federalists make to the
MatTIC ! May we not appeal to the fathers o f D e .
inol-racy who are yet arnontrA us to prove that
from the establishment of the ecinstitution to the pre ,
sent day• the leading Federalists. in all the difficul
ties we have hail with foreign powers, took sides
against the Democrats and justified the enemies cf
their conntry : just as, they are now jnstifying the
Mexicans• and condemning Mr. Polk and the
'When Great Britain wa.s insultirm OUT flag. im
pri•sonin:..y our seamen. naturalized and 'native. and
•s'ei.ing and condemning our ships and mefthan
dlLC under various false pretence,: prior to the dec
laration of the war of 1812. Mr. Jefferson was any
ions to briiig them to a sense Ofjesice -without re
sorting to a ar by the adoption of peaceful trea
sures. If was 'for this purp4e that embargo and
non-inten.-ourse laws were adopted. These:slaws
were denounced by the Federalists from one end
of : the Union to other as uneteistitutional and pp
rressivc - and such wa; the feelings among.% the
New England portion of them, that the laws
could not be 'executed, and thus was their object
Then - then denounced Mr. Jeffemin, and thf.
whole Democratic Arty itS . pusillanii . cions =demi.'
the , y eould not be Licked into a war'''.
Al leiu:tit, %%hen Mr. Madison. who had surceed
ed NIL Jetiemin, recommended war as the, only
alternative Teti to preserve the rights. and honor of
the nation. the Federal tune W 2.1 diam_ 4 ed: The
Dernocrats u ere then denounced fbr mality , war
W i thout r epara.tion, and by many the war was de
elated as uicked and u . nju-t. zi.. theleadiriF ('orwtn
Ft-tier - Maas now denounce the Mexican war.
Many of the New En.trland orators declared it
•• unliecoinimz a moral and rel . iglous pcoOr t to re
pire at our victories, - and thus was the oPpotwahon
to the war ricyntinneti. and the :writ of the nation tai
a tic.-_.—et.- pantlizeil by the machination" of 'Federal
ism. until it ended in the uoparalleled victory of
the t'th of January, Isls, at New Orleans, achiev
ed under the auspices of Andrew •Jarktion. Tto
result 01 this war*tve almost a death blow to Fed
eralism. and then it was that then be A -a tt to ,l c r t y
- inir a
nc.ent name. witi• to seek for others more
I,c popular. in order to deceive the peoplir and wrier"
I them=eli c;Trom the odium of their thalamus crih-
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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT TOWANDA, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA., BY E. S. GOODI*II* SON.
oili , etqnort to ' Demorratte men and
Vl ith 11 kw tionoraFle excepttons, con
iinues the s'arne ; Ito matter what name they ma)
I)ti' ruig the ailninuAration of fjpenetal lacki:on, a
treaty wai concluded with France. be which in-
derm:cy vcjas secured to some ement. fo our citt
rens, for spoliations on our corn inerec by that
non. ' For some, cause : after the treaty wat couctu
ded, the French Chaniter of. Deputies refu 403 to
make the neces.sury apropriations to cats it jnto
CITOCt an to pay what the treaty stipulated should.,
be paid. and the draft of our government for one of
the• .m- - itahnetas was dishonored. TbVi was an
act. of had faith on the Fill of France, to which the
adminiAration was detetmined not to subrnit,even at
the risk of war ; and Gen. JaeLson that
11 the treaty was not carried into etieci in • goal
faith. we would have a right to make repriogi&—
How tint the Federal party behave an this occasion!
Their newspapers were tilled with denunciations
from one cod of the Union to the other, aping the
administration for its rash and uncalled for recta
mendartons which around, as they said, invcdve the
coteritry in a war. '
Mr. Living*ton, who Was: then in 'France as ow
Alittitqer, urging upon the French goverment* the
riertm , 4ty Of the execution , of the treaty tp preserve
the amirable eel:Moos of the two governments said
thegreateleobeiacles he found in the 'tray ofeffect
in the object was the Federal press, 'itartitndad3'
the .Nlahorad lu:4*km:et, at Washiagtao; Which`
he mpicatra the; Secretary of Rate to tie from
the papers'isent to thelemairo, on moon* of ittan
ti-...4.merican character, which was done. It will
21160 be reettaeitieti that daring this d.ilitcuhy,itic*
I anticipated. kohl news reonmi pest at the thee of
" REGARDLESS OF .DEELIEFI ATION FROX ANY QUARTER."
the session of Congress in 'the year 1825, 'that
France mightlake advantage of the then unprepar
ed condition of the country and make a sudden
delaration of war. It was therefore proposed to
place an appropriation of three millions of dollars
at the disposal of the President to meet •the con
tintency. The proposition was at once acceded to
by a Democratic House of Representatives and
die appropriation was grafted by an civerwhelmitq
vote of that body. But how was it treated by a
Federal Senate ! Rejected, instanter in the most
unparliamentary and indignant, manner. One of
the leadin2 and most distinguished members of
that body, and the head and frimt of Federalism,
declaring that . he wouli not vote for it. " ifthc
eitenly tens at the mulls, of the Capitol battering it
The appropriation was loot by a disagreement
between the two Houses., Nothiw , daunted, how
ever. by the anti-American conduct of the Senate.
General Jackson adhered resolutely to his purpose
until he compelled Louis Philippe to make a virtue
of necessity by paying the indemnity. Now - we
know that our opponents, who call themselves
Whigs, insist that they are not the old Federal
party. This, however, as wei have before said, is
a mere evasion to avoid the odium of their former
deed-. We knoW there have been individual
chanes ; that some Federalists have come into the
Democratic ranks, and some who were Democrats
hate t tne. into the ranks of Federalism. Such
chan*.s will no doubt be constantly occurircig: bnt
the Oral body ofthe parties are essentially the same,
and their principles identical. Has not Philadel
phia been always a Federal city—and is it not now
I aWI i t city I Were not Lancaster and Adams
counties always Federal countitand are they
not now Whigeonnties) Were not Alamachusett,
and ftlimie Island always Federal States—and are
j they not now Wing States ! - .
Do not the=e facts show conehtsicely that mod
em is old Ptler:!lism. Atrain, look at
old Berks and old Northampton comities, in this
State. Were they-not strongly Whig counties itt
1776—Democratic in 1799. for Jefferson arming
dam--Democratic in the war of 1912—and are
they not Democratic still ! And again, look at the
States of Pennsylvania and Vir-_tuna—vrere they
not Deino...ratic in the days of Jefferson. Madison
aid Jackfon, and are they not still Democratic !
Do not these few facts show clearly that parties are
essetitally the same at this time as they were in
the earl) days of the Reptgilic ! Of this fact,
however, we have further evidence. growing out of
the relations of the parties to the present war.—
The Democrats believe . that the unjust conduct of
the 11.1exicans towards our citizen.; and their re
pealed a t rzressions npon our National rights, and
especially their as - sa..4iiiation of our officers and
soldiers upon our own soil. prior to the battles of
the Sit and itth of May. fully justify the course
of the ?resent admitu..-Aration inihe prtweution of
the war until an honorable peace *all be' obtain
ed, and some guar.mty siren that it trill be ob
- Loy week 1 seas going throntli the ..4tl'et.s. of,
!ISIS Tl'il:clty;, (Roche-ter.) and stw a mail tae a-
Lead to N‘ht:lre I %VW- anxious. to speak. Re walk- ',
It is. indeed. a matter of history that we had pro (...1 too f.at for no:- to overtake 'him withoutimming.
Cause of warwith them limo. since, but, known= to 1 listu straiOtened out my - right arm. coneentrat
our own strenot. h and tlieir vreatness. we forbore. ed my will, made a pass at hm- - rut - s—aild he
and have endured more wrong at their hands than Bopped qtaieker than liohtning."
would hare been tolerated by us from Great Sri- . -
t- \\-Wh-vi-why misler, y-y-yon don't call that
tain. Frante, or any other nation on the face of the ! -
capar i nt ., b e . 1 In-m-rn-ro l -'nth of a tr-i-'ek, do you !"
2.14. e. Al leupth, emboldend by our forbearance, I I and let ll°ta molest opinion of their .. ,
and mis..k kin_ ore rn.wtiatiimity for' weakness or I , a d'_ cement to their endeavors after know- 1 `' Yes tit. I rather flatter myself ; sir. that it was
weli _ dist , cmd
applie „ ..mou. will
izo mat's :.,.titer man ; -:W.w.iv-weTl,_ it don't b-bc-Se'-z-in with wh-wh
cowardwg, M ex i co d ec l are d an d commenced the '. ledge. A moderate unkertaking, with dili•rent and i a pretty ,t-rit..; denial -oration "
war her.....elf. • Now the Federal
The leaders,. labor in their papers and ra their'.a more lively =HAW'. if . attended with that aripa- ' what 1.( ''' .3 , -e ' ' ' .°l--
sofa-Le. to prove that this is in onjost and wick- : nence and inatt e ntion *hien I° r. utlen accompany !.7 Thealyou art' familiar with the-science- air, I
ed wars for winch the Democrats are a:one or , pon . 1 quick para. It is not for want - of ra i Larity that so , Pre'smne- f
f. ,:? ....iw. . 4 a. ,.. they aid during the , wax of is 12. lob i many womeulase such until:llJ and iti::yid. c..:11- 1 --?'-'''"+"'"-• ••
- I.zlll e n
. I..re a itat w--as the case yeti; sis-le
Great Britian. and as they indicated then cour4 in , Pa n ''''''' " o dl"-nn - Id ie •I I °' thefl"'"`l-hki. and coin- .
ratiee; • 1 y nn' i ma of a ''ensible man- or l'lr the L'-' 1 of II: - ' of !.. 1
1535. in our threatened ilifiieulties with F
"Oh. eff-ceneeramly Y-y-y-you see I 11-h-ha.
: it is of . .cti tl:c , .
the present opix,, , ition to - the Democratic party 1 snv`rag or P."-e171"11111.1 a. familJ
neglect of exerristog :Le tidens Il•cy rcal:y have
... aPfo-nelto he up here in F.-Batavia otice, in the
is really a Who , opposition, the word, must have ' witi:er- P-o-ocing doyen to the e."rirs Isw a ma
some meaning very ditfercut from what - I , had in I am' from otuirang, to eulfiva:e a stale for intelle,-,ital '
the days of the Revolution. In thuse daysthe liligs I. l mr°vem e n t " .- amid t'Y chi t worts-: theY I°-e tow • ' .'i 144 0 p of a 14n‘- ' 1 ? -.- ' 4l " . " .rellija. cif snow'
i his 1-f-font slipped anti ,l-d-doveri . 'he
took part with then country, and the. Tories with 4 Sin"."V'4 of I llea'"a7:e ' -"l ' ":llTc ` ‘ i 'Ll tr-7:din "1 ' 1. " ' . ilel'..l'''•
other 1;4,--:1"\ - 4. ll_Zenti “: IV . :::, 11 I.t . ;:iler enn:e .. Tr - wh - n l . l-s erl he Lad ..e . ot about' half way
the eis-niv. It :Bents. hooe%-er. that our oppouerus , aln-I'.'t"l ever y
h„,... f otti m „,,,
. t h' 4 i f t h e , cannot „ Ike , f i k ; ors, they ' fortune nor sue could tiejuive t...ein, and wi n ch • &van. I I< made ts I ,_;--ra..., at him. and st-'opped L
. -,, wothd be a conifer. and rosolto eto aloato ever% •• Iforn cni er than ix-order. - I c-c-c--"aane OfTwili-o
can clianoe ixames.
Fur a fell history of"the cause' , widit-h led to the . possible situation tit life.--i tits .(., .- . '. .11.-.-a,!. ; out think 2: a-a•'-dr-theio it:ore shall ti t s a roc'
' 1 . are 'roil:: ; to Bata% ia. I feint vou Worti :no let hill
war. we re.....peetfull re.fer to die arinetted ex-trart. A . mr ,, c... , , .. F --- j - . -- , ----- , ~. , a Nev
frau the List 'annual Ina‘c-iile of the' President. and • s ti"
.---I ' ll e --.1."
".: - r- -.12n- , Ic‘r - • I. it I Tr . -Pr'n , e'r o ;.le . he i'" li-ll:az.:::iii.: item
pie in the pada-11%0ne, , et tt.e,l'err 3 ; an ruts a vee r- ..._ . 11 . 2 ., ;1 c ...
Tram the protian,ation of Gen Sy-on to the Mexi- - .--unt e: the Tirce.
found at Sao. Jose. in 1. , I
t-e ....eiu - :met.:: of Huttnens - elt- . . . - ' • ... • • .
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can.. the latter of which, we presto( e„ our oppo•i ..c.y._ , , , , - , ;t-
an • _ •
ca. 1-ke• 1. Ns tler .74 La mine,. 0. t-an Jose reo,;:est- ivo r ., , 1%,,„. r. 0 e .,„,.. e .„ Ki,, a: A o an
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moos will at lead auterat is 000 d authority. I I'd the viceroy Castor, 'whose filet:a he was, to le- :,,.., the , ..,,t i„, :i n, ren ,,,,, d arr y rrou . s . Th e nvtr .,e, -
We re-.2-ret the exhaence of the war, and the eau
come ow father to fiat child. The viceroy cal-eat-I narrow to a mere dirt 'The IL-ith coin I's up the
sea which brought it on ; but we deem it the duty i lint at e time axed tor the ciinsonurto so-oe . A
01 ke.' '7.00.. to
to sustain the administration el. . '' ut at '-' • '' ' sll.e. "I 1 e PreelPief- over ling fr2r-Intent‘ oft ock.
iinportant affiur of .tate prevented 1 .nn from trot((-' m ,-1,;.i, q ~,,„,,,,,, „ ire „ may x 2 , 1 ,41 iii , 0 6 . ,„ yarky.
ni its I'4loKng , prcseettnon until the enemy shin - • .
itio the capital : aud he sent the %..ce r queeti to tern- o n .. o f t e ....:;linee.,ll).l . .:O -tor's In '''l re7llU...e'river
evince a disposition. to make peace on tilt , oaf „ . .. t . . hi: •
~, _ T render i
honorable terms. The Mexicans toknmeaced a_ L----e
s Pr"--)* ' l'
'''' ° " l i° time kiltn" 'the 1 . " . " ie.'. and with II he lost his InEX4 VahLtige
. thous - e reel. the owner of the-an. 3aq.! manes laid ' it „,,,,, a „. ; • • - of i - c 4l • i 4-
ra 1,4, a portten ere• c ronon. sol d h i' w
and they, and those in our own country who tale,
down a triple row of silver burs along the w hole i , ~,,.. A ts,,, m ate , th e v ili a ,..., a1 ,....1.4 e t; ;
sole s. with them by affl011111:/11.1 the coraututed au
' "..-'.' - ( .. ' l e • "...= ' i- ' ‘ - ... -i. ' :: "' r. 4r-% ' - ' ... ) "ni I , i - iow 60. - + -- $ r .,, ; ,:-.11 •he ha, I norio : to: e.e.ape wur
(booties of the cormtry and pcialo ever own gee hortot to the church- t-her tics s4/Ver it'liellle• - it ! 17.3 . .. V. 41.,,,- ~.... -,-.- i , of ,p maid or written A +or will
veniment ip inc wrong, ate respoasibie ;Os. it coa- ..... •
me rice-queen at'reKtire!tie.3 Fife iltf.a.;:t n. time r h erk -h ' ' 1) ,..... ver ~,r a _ _ • ,•. r 1
1 e..5...p0.-1. a. , it manly nappe.e , that el
' "wilem it u - 4- baf`rii . e o - no 1 ." " .. ... 1 "'. ilik.nv'll'i - ; thus the.p.ai-le or tl.e 077,i1. , r.,, :a i r 1. On cow
Bocci( hest pa-seined, to item tie v, lai:e et the ::;y et , 0cea ,, 0 4. w he n my pa5...,....rt was. den iii ,led. Id i -
raid- in token of I.lls o-x.oude for the notior site had ; ~,,-;,, trl Il: id 1..,,1 it. i - „r,u,..r.aiek-. • 1 . ,.. u i is my
Conterred on him. Finer that time the.roines and kll
plc et 40 o Ra n ee paper. whit-h I tout use,l..- L:-
the-province lu which they are situated ha% i• hewne 1 stea d e 11e, i ,,e,,,i,,.... i i, i a - 1 '
ox/...soLt• me gua . ventured.
the name ecaAr..-i.. ) -pa. — [ T.,014.1i - s Travels. in hi t A re - •
at all . ..s. to ha:s: it to time 1i... ' rend % S
t•r. wh o
__ - . 1 basit=lriftilytal tt. stared very gravely at the wad.
. - ~..
.A,Crrancs Ciswina.—A New cannon hzartec t
ent- I Le.ekLl I ^:"'r/ -Aeo n . which he sitar printed in hares%
ly been ioyented by Mr. Dethemde• of a norii and 1 eharacr• It was the bill of the rcoera I had 13-
erturenit:nit coristhiction.for been; carried be hand r te ;l33l '' l p few leVellin- 1. -'- bet"re mY .. l e . 7:gi''are from
or on hotieback":orer mouroins- -4 , forests and rum-- 1 1 -4 112 - Alter cvatrlioir: the VI very. attentaretv,
4 1 ,,,,, , , i t em , an ordi,„,y cannon wo od b e a h,,,,, el i i _ , andylren st!annicz one very narrowly, 'tie rt.-fit...o
et yeelesis. The eannon consis of staves, hoorl ` '9-"l'dthe rcer with the °P=erva 7 - 1 - that the
and screws, all,,mode of wroi4u;non., aad a i ce !y l pAsport trassqi...iai eorieCt.. . •
tiniAaell ; and. While it e. at:winger thin common I
east-iron earner, it can readily be stivectesi. and
each sec4oe rely be shouldered by either pedi-i
-ttian or equftrima artirierymen. and when requir
ed, the parts may be pat tet r nnher add SCCIIILNI tea
de file. action in . ten minutes..
tinuanee. • ,
If the Fe:eral and -I!.iii.idy the Nat:axi
al I n tetti.enocr, eairled much difficulty to Mi.
LiThmrt. ton. in France.. in aihn..-Aing eur difference! ,
with that ;;;., , Ternment, wbtl mere be the effect
the swig pres- and ail other' of like stamp. now
ori the IlexicatiN a people much 1e intell*ent
as a body than the French, on the qumaion of
M- is ti...cort worthy of the attention of the
arithmeticians of our Federal oppottera:
Hens we will drop the subject for the preserit,
Ain:oy Fern:l46m_ that we know that these axe ma-
Ay goal and patriotic men in the m ob, o f o u r op.
ponents„ who do npt approve of the course / of their
loadern. arid who aeght not - to resider the twelve*
subject to our remarks by their adhere to .a par.
ty that is habitually wrong:
To Ina we my, in all kindrie n and sincert'F,
examine Foot position, and if/you find pairseires
acting with thre who are ocittosing _their country.
cane ores to fire Democratic' party. „It is the party
of the coantry. and whatever may. 'be 1 envies, it
will never be found taking 4des in time of war
with the common enemy •
+or;,.• ., allser," • '7.,11ft4
It was our intention when we commenced this
addresS to van your attention partieulary to the af
fairs of our own State ; and contrast the pre eut con
dition of the Commonwealth with its condition a
few years ago. We have, however, extended our
remarks in relation to matters connected with the
general government, be) Lind what we intende
and will not therelure weary :sour patience at this
time, by going at length into the administration of
affairs our own State. We :4141 reserve this for
the suited of another address.
The State improvements are doing well. and
will, from the most authentic information we baye
been able to obtrun, clear at , least one million of
dollars to the treaakry during the pre s ent lire al'year.
atier the payment of'ail expense.. Jess some un
fore-seen casualty should occur.. Wit know
waste or frauds that are being perpetnued on the
fun& of the Commbnwealth. e believe they are
faithfully contort' and applied, to their proper use.
The at-counting department has been assiduously
engaged in sealing old accounts. anti entimeing the
payment of arrearages. from whiell a very consid
erable sum has, within the last year or two, been
realized. The 'interest on the publ i c del.., we be
lieve. will be punctually paid on the Ist tit Auust.
and. if the same sound policy and economy 'is con
fumed hi the administration of our ailairs that has
prevailed during the pre-cut Jalininu4raanni., it will
continue to be paid prtr'unptly for all tune to come.
Notonly so. but we heel assured limit in a very
short time a respectable fund tan lie estilt
fished. to extinguish a portion of the public debt
annually, without any increased taxation.
The miru.stration of Governor Shunk has fully
reali the expectations of his most sanziline .
frier lie is honest and capable. sound in his
principles and tirm in their maintenara e. To his
tirraneir we are 2reatly indebted for the preven
tion of any bad measures duriuti the I.i_st ,e-lion
when le Federalists were m the asi-endancy.—
We bet - the in , ospervy and well beim:. of the
Commonwealth da.A:id Lir., re-cleetn.n. and there
fore mule you to be active, united and -envizetie in
his support. 4.
'Our cantliaate for Canal Cornmi-,,0n0r i= a•:
mined on all hand?, to be a mot tutexceptionaf,le
and excellent,man, well glial,tl. - -41 fr.; the ...,imation.
and will add reie,..r.h to our paity.
The fleet - m:115 we have of our prospeets, from a.:l
'parts of the Commonwealth. are rlanering
to pm Eucce. We must 'not. hOweversutier this
to make us too =indent. We have a vigilant and
never tiring. opposition to content' with ; ever reatly
to avail itself oftiur intliderilice, errors or neli
gence. It therefore behove:revery Democrat to be at
po-o- and_to perfoon hit. duty to himself. to the
well tried faudidaies cis the party. to his State. and
his country. L ,Chau-ma.m.
IslAc G. 11. - Kim_ty, Sec-ct_rry.
HiN - rs--To Yoric LADiEs.-11 womtin
vraste in trivial :antierrients• the prune season tor
improvement, which is between the azes of six
teen and twenty, they will hereafter regret bitterly
the los.= when they come to feel themselves inferior
in knowledge to almost ever, one they e convene
with : and abwe all.if they ;tumid ever be inebers,
when they feel their inability to &met assist the
pursuits of their children, th;y will then find itr.no
ranee a real evil. Let `it animate their iii.lustry,
Fria.;—There are tl men_ for fear of
wart, want ail their lives an,l thcal:mili every
day, for fear of dyitrz, gutter even ta-vcr4than the
para oftleath. Tne demura Far at all time< trem
bles at evmes... Why Ichririkt we rem
. pale at hirica.- tichotis of (Xi: own t We a:
A diameter for knavery will prove-an irirratanan- I a n, t aws em l eat , c ,, to b e an a n i a „z zei :
table obameht to raaveevs in alnacc4 every undettak- setcr. prepared for what may come, leaveQ ahe
ChUdhoo4. Youth, Manhood and Old Ago.
Tra, ache, the i.un shines bright,
The birds are humming in the air,
The stream is singing in the right, •
The May-buds never looked more fair.
Bliie is the sky, nu rain try;
Get opr—it has been light fir hours,
And we have not begun to play,
Nor have we gathered any dowers."
Tune, who looked on, each accent caught,
And said, - he is too 'young for thought."
" To-night, beside the garden gate !
Oh, u hat a while the might is coming:
I never slu: the sun sn late,
Nor heard the bee at this time humuung!
I though; the flowers an hour ago
Had elosed tht:ir - Villts and sunk to rest.
How -IpivlT flits that rwmied crow! .
iff , er"Fght it JA alang the West!
Said Tune, •• tie hash yet to he taught .
That I oft move too quick for thought."
- , What thoughts wouldt thou in me awaken!
Not love! for that brings only tears—
'Nor iriendship! nr, 1. was forsaken!
" Pleasure I have not known fur years ;
The future I dal not foresee—
I know too much Of what is past;
Nc , happiness is there for me, •
I :Aud troubles ever come too fast."
Said Time, No comfort have I brought ; •
The Past to hinis one rainfall thought:'
OLD LF:It. •
" someho w the flowers seem difierent now,
The daises dimmer than of old; '
There's fewer bhissomc on the bough,
The hawthorn ;Aids look grey and cold ;
Thcpan,sies wore another the
When I was young, when I was young!
There's not that blue alAtre the sky
Which every way in 1517:‘e days hung.
There's nothing now looks as it ought,"
said Time, 'The change is in thy thottOst..",‘
The Mesmerizer and the Expreis Man.
A (en - years to. before the railroad eompates.
bet Ween Albany and Buffalo had provided the long
and countortable ears now used by the mail azenti
and Livingivon & Wells' Express. the messengers
of the later rode in the passenger Cars. -just litre
any body." and of course encountered all sorts of
characters. One of the firm. whose love of srat--
ffery is welt known. happened to be toing to 111:f
-tiles aud seated qui•e:y in the car when his
attention was- directed to Vie conYerstuivm of two
individuals opriceate. One of these watt, as it ap
peared. a travelling mesmerizer—a regmlar "pro
lessor - of the "science." lie was - dilating upon
its rapii) development—the wonderful phenomena
it exhibited-41s astonishing curative, power for
disease:—iheiextraordinary discoveries developed
through its agency. l:inalle he got upon his - bum
i —anti he:e he was at home. After nar.atint , a
V. 16.4) c thtm 11.... 1 01111‘1111:27
of comae—he the follawin2 with a gusto
thw w irrez-istible. Said Le
The object of cohrersation is to •
ainu,e. To beagreelible, you muitt I
gocxlll:zteuer: P A
than who monopor
sativi, is a alac i , 00 matter how gte
Archl all . Ftiperfloons ejaralatlons
II conversation. In relating a circa,.
'be constantly saying—"you know"
—you ' t;.ik e
ii,nother, ai-oiii the habit of affeetin:
such expre&sions as "I want to know
'sible! - -Do &c.
Do not, at every r:ix words. put it
leer. -boric% into a continual
If you arc about to•lei' l lre your n 0..,
lon't stnittrioarmucring and fumbling
Well, I guess I must be !zoissi,"
read 2 to go at once
Be careful about extending . ymir v
Lions. in 'your social intercourse ;
make a call upon a friend don't b
an anchor ma hours or half ada
incitation be very prestiim. There ' such a thing
as " wearing out welcome."
Never introduce one person to .eothltwithottf
knowing that it is agreeable tolioth. -
If at dinner yon are requested to h Ili any one to
sauce. do not pour it over the meatpr vegetables,
but on One side. If you should liaivd to carve, do
notio ul a person's plate—it is vul74 ' •
At the table. the teeth sl.ould.be picked as little
as possible, and never with fork or 6112e1,'. Care
fully abstain from every set- or observation that
,may C 3 U-e disgust. such as spitting' l blowitig the .
nosvi, gulping. riming the riroutb..lke,
Should a gentleman send you wine at a public
table. or ask the honor (Ala alass wish you. observe
when he raities his tdass and do the ,same,bowing,
whether you drink or not ' .
Making L noise in chewmg, or breathing hard
while eating. are both unseemly habits, and ought
to be avoided,. ' .
In walking .n ith' a gentleman. the., step of the
lady should be lenzhened. and his shortened, to
preveut the hobbling appearance Of not keeping
step. Let every body remerniber tl+.s.
,Never get%itd a dispute. ISt.ve lyour opinions,
but.do not amt. te them. Do not bmtrrdict, and
above all, never offend by cc.rrecting.. mi.4aliks or
inaccurneies of fact oqexpressions. I . .:, •
Nevdr talk at people, by hints,urs, inuendoes;
and suah mean devices. If you h re any *Mg to
say, out with it. Nothing eharrasplore than lor.,
when united with good breeding..
Never .cratch your heal. pick y-4.ii-• teeth, clean
tour nail:, or war .e limn all, pick your, nck , e; in
company; all these thiars are disi.* - ther. Spit as
little as pcesdale. and never upon the floor.
If you are going, into the company of ladies, be
ware of maims, spirits. and tribxce,
'. Meeting. an aequainstance amo, strangers, in
the street or coffee house, never address .him by
name or oicupation. It is vulgar, and ,may. be
annoying .j .
Oaler d iiystem m the management of twisins
are all important. Nothing contributes • more to
despatch 1 cr..:flar a place for eTery. thin and
everything in it.. place ~ a time for in ery thinz,
and every ‘ thing in it time. Do first What pnes...‘e.s
mm 4, and having iletcquined• what is. to' be done,
and how it is tole done, hk , e'no time -in doing it.
Without this method.. all is harry.':iittl i ontuson.
little or nothing is accomplished. annimines.s a
attended to with neither pleasure or profit. ! ••
Many persmns. in order to sir , iio"rt. the apponrmice
of wealth. constantly lila beyond their income. and
make up the deficiency by corstrar!i- - mgdebtt, which
are never paid. Others there are. the mere drones
of society; who pass tleir days in , idleness, and .
sulx-iea in pirating' urine hires, of the iniluAtiousr.,
Many who run , 4 short li% et! cancer of • splendid
beggaiy.rould they but be persuaded to adopt a
f.ysteru of ri-id evozwiny for a few years. might
1-pass the remainder of their day in affinence. But
. am. I They rawske:+p up af.pearances they must
miiire like mherii..ll,.s. - The!r debts acTurriclatie ;
1 their credi'.. fails : they are harrasSed, by duns ; ar l id
1 I..e,icget.i t• couicai,les and sheruis - In this el,-
' .trenur. - . as a -last re:s:-..rt. they often subnrit to a
-ham - eft:l dependi)rice : or en,_--.-age in criminal prac-.
lis-es, whk-h eutal lio r cw`-s- wrewheati. - --: and in-
Pta.my on thekilselves and amilies. . *
LLANX—WiIen resting:. :Ley tale a pecilat
humming nuke. ohivh. %hen proceeitsig foam a
nametous tlork at a distance. 6 , like a nuMberl ef
.E , lliatt harps soun,ling in concert_ A flock of la- ;
ilea Ilanms i•Junie , .i.4 ocer the:tal , le honks 6 . a
li.e.imiail ..,121:2: '1 Le pr4ree..l at a .inns and tam
. sared rmee : :raring ateuri.i en every stele_ When
any .:tame otif.,:t ,cark'sleni. the. tif+rk seperales
wk .), ,h,pe r ......a 1 . m A ".?... - i...'L- tdrta.llol.ll.; and the anierns
i—ei-e Lit , iiiiie a1ar1.,...1.:11:6 0.1 re-..-4e' emhling them. The
Imitaim are r etv. -. ‘ mil et' - 3se,e animals. They attain
then is ) I : rl. N. , ..k, .4 14 1: 041 1 - 0 t.410:1" ear.. alPti
11Z.;14.tiar bull: , anmiiiltteir necks : and ' . . 1
betme h 4l-
in; iiwy alwii.:., f.g.iii, l l ;,..ad c:are.... them atira-tjari ; - -
aletr. It during , a I min,rer, c.ae of the Ilatims is
t fxiale...l to Les el,:•-s-r.: the arneto k'-eeh' be ide
idie ralimaL ari4 axl‘'.;,..' , ; e-s le t ihe tiic Ociasing,
I and maturate expre,..-4. But, noieriths tiling
all tle rare anti atient,it.a bes-nlwea on thOin, maaye
Llamas pc , - . --h cis. very' run yto t1: - e ccm-x- as
- tlie:i ar: no: al.; I!' tO;bCaZ ttie tra d..1M.X.e.-1 - . T..C 1 : 1 : .
cil . . - Tracel... in rem.
- Cr.srrs.—No r. erlits , is •i .to man, not only
toFi.l;Anert others, bu .: to 1 c :ir. as NT kt al. I!1
elerate biot:-..elf, mt, :, all the n:gra - a - s of new!
eCivener. tree roan )4 th-ltibh irrtined to turn tai lit;
, teittio.i. tor anarnetion. liarrm -.rr.,..1 , 4 in
this • e - r ,,i,i n i:
action. he ktn , L , ...: the ante .4 . tuni no# 4 .el. .of
'es L i se-c e ..,.).-1 , he ).... lu-tyletn Ito eater , tile er4.....ai•e 6
fir the (Ilk to I:ef pi:it. -.., ed. rare till sire
at =Tic' t.:-...,m0........1",. . ... us-uhi.rti the re
li..*: tin , 1.-, 4.4. 1 '.:entl know ali the j-111. of se 61 1 .1: Set
pb , ..i .t .%::. , Ca . I
m to be a
- a cancer
I , ance doMt
l "yon under-
—."L= it pott-.
to snuff .ta-
'hen you are
I st to it .t 1
i d when : you
_ yourself 14
, except the