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'be Family Circle.
From the Are York Muror
111T*3110 . 111131....-1/ CHACX e, arlactrr,
IWdare but two —the others sleep '
through deatit'acatroubled night/
. .t . We are hut two--oh let us keep
The. /ink that binds Lis, bright: •
. Pilinirflimps to heart-.—the sacred fbilvd
l f rlict•aterms us, is the same
"Irlutt-go4d old man—his honest blood
"Alike We fondly claim.
. in one mother's arms were locked—.
Long be her love repaid ;
the same cradle wewere
-Round the-saute hearthwe played.
atahrielyriltspiwtainere aU the.Menai l
'Each little joy and aro; ..
Met asapbeod. keep alive the Lame,
so long ago..
tWestre blitsine--he that the bond'
?go holdms till we +die ; •
Ramadar to shoulder let us stand,
TIU aidaby side we lie. •.
- • ACQULSITIVSNMS Or TRZ riGzi
11 ws world preserve our liberties, let uir not be
sitar eager for wealth. We shuold mica for en
lharateratile independence, but should baa are of a
•-thiirat for riches which saerifiees tali else to its
;gratification. Money, it is true, is a peat aid di
fliii.frosperity :and :power ora country; ',but re.
sassimbe'r, also, that it has corrupting and lentiva
lOW influences, What ' reduced nations of the
swidecs time from their glory, to oviitiness and
.4laviaryi Do we stand firmer? IA lour eniirse
.stare brilliant than theirs 1 if eo, sp It viii not
- always be with us, if •ve told uproar isety heart s
'to the attainment of wealth mid great poetessioos.
-Strititge!itionerging, as recently as we have, fro...
110Whertywnil obscurity, that we ahnutd tike such
Arapid strides towards luxury and ettsirainaeil
'Wealth, it is true, has Our, -our einils, eon
-struested our railroads, and built up her thriving,
•warta. Brit these are not all a main:in:a glory.—
The requirements of the inc &Moat and the num'
-anamperine to the physic-ahead +fib/eve are
400i the? cannot -but be when We are so de
wined tolgOlden dreams, we do worse than cocci -
~.issitain erniur—we sin: And •1 would ask, iftlre
Pares rents of our moral apd inte:hictual great
slates are equal to those which dhoolai eur wealth
and pawed Are uur morals any i better than
• they srerafifly.yeara ago? Are they; as good '—
Depesttlipon it, there is ton much gtasplng after
-riabes--too much avarice among oa.; I fear that
We nei4zt n too much the sutistaiviali to attend to
.airy es and visionary El Darhdos! It is a
fifty that acquisitiveness is a preslomEilant
sity (lithe age. Ft contracts our so4isl
- ..arautp.our-literary energies and thrtatens to pot
' • SOD the -streams of our prosperity: Let us act
-taw these startling truths; let us he bp and doing:
surely, my friend, it is betnir to !case like
=the frugal Spartan, even with. trno;coin, than to
:peewit bite the miserable and intaptinaus Chattiest.
sanaid the haoquet and the repel :—Caeptii.
satuntess enzsrriat. to Lis t aTs , . - w limn }wt have given such valliti4ous en- 1
Ikea -preservative °roar r medt ,,,,, 1 ',,,,,„,,,,,, d ,
cou rage client: for I have knowle e id . di
.theof-ovir Lord.Jesua Christ- halts pure i t vers fine gall-luta that you must needs have
- If.= illiPoly the election Grow roontrY- f to attend upon you, doubtless, to afford you
cumulh_aaactiaattiellietka,rs3fithdiairelXinupneetofontrit,:ect,t.Chtht for crush.
c 7 u 2 s l i t. 7 i the like grat:fication. Nay, to such a pitch
__agefneeeShoright, not fir the increase of intol , of shatuelesaneiw hare you arrived, that it
inrauvrObiletry and-finatitiam ; hot tar th e p lc ,i be known to more than one, you have a
W ullion of these and of other evils I commend It, 1 man with ybu in private the whOle night
-that its mild and benevolent spirit:may pervade; ir„,„ug---- }ott. e ham o 1
and then do you - .-self If h" in
„Abe hearts of the people; that its wisdom may ct. '
(in the street in the early rnorniqg. And'
'ilea oar atatenien, our legislators, arid all to sh am
-aro, "basted the destinie s of oureematry; that 1 this has 'been done? too, when you have 1
-its loveliness and its power may be known in all 'sworn you loved tee alone! Ido believe
lbstenent eau vast territory: that the fountains . 1 that there existeth not in this world so de I
pri ea* may be puri fi ed by it, and all oar as ceitful
a creature; one of so fuJs te a heart,
time d Or its precepts; that. surround. i
-ad • th e atmosphere of moral pun „.. ~,inch lit toad of so profligate a nature—ode so dm
-Is a to impart, OUA land may shine. forth to tit ~ roughly itrt to toil sense of i ' °Tha a r and of
avatiaaa, beautiful and fadeless. :rue affection. ‘Vby, the viretcheviest
''Whila thee:stria bears a plant, in the sea rolLs in 1 woman that heath upon her Lion iniquity,
6e no other than what she seeittst, and
scelieth not to pass for any thing better:
1 but thou bast added bvpncrisy to am, and
wouhl hiile the cli--piisition of a , s'autor. WA
i der the character of a vestal
'T4ke heed,' exciattned the: mercer's
daughter, wbo, as she had feeeno had be
c.inve raceeding'v pale---:s boa-tin heaved
mighti(y-i—her brilliant eye shot quick
and uneasy glances, and altogether, her
appearance was that of one rrial i rvell.eisiv
disturbed. 'Take heed, Francini, I can
Iterhest realms of earth are ibPse a here thK
gospeptis not. How they glaciated ia ho r.ject On
basseple b, mad in the history of the French two.
prist., Whey -eooteenned its _ a rota ar it P. total: ea
+Liberty. and Amway came. la stwin, and dark.
topie. , end blood, It Came Ycs, It was 4.Larele
ant ipbeyed the call for they had contemned an 4
"tbrasit by the cery dignity eif Lai:wet). W tut
this awl of hrstory.bemre oar us aeotd
Abe reek apse which they split Got4ed Dr the
lieu of heavenly trutn 'and .19eying the
tactidei ofetterrimg wisdom,. we wilt hope foe the
.~ltarareatiat of 011ir freedom. t:mi arab a•ltls oear
_ep is the boar of peril; la Hon be eat star
mad maitaisi4riss the boar of prosperit 'l iii.
itril iftilit maintain the supremacy of the laws.
'Wisps:ft abe guardians of our property, our )1 rem,
.1411C-11j04141 tigtooonr best and dearest prontegrw—
Itesireatier one harrier of regarsant to be levetled.
mnisifor a icemen', we open a floodgate. through
miring:lb sway rush dedraction lacentrep ne.s sod
m=liniheittehy is ewe of the worst eivernies to
and u ie only be justice and rtghteoUs
so* tightly shamed, that we cae-beep down the
Ifeta 1 frhisisaftraiwg Is called for. Sweats of fear
did -ham agitated this lead Auxin these few
.. pest Ailed rust amid lawless Race base
.ihrwegit oat street% oar dwellings sad
sop ' *se e s. with sioleace sail Wirth flame
:ZIP& Mkt. the law into ooze own hands.
In that which is not our right; we assume a
.carer}: which only the people can dehgate: sod
we nomilest pabbe robbery by the aaVarsmirtum
Searle. by by yielding to our owe . plawsder of other,
gimeg away to mobocracy and the exwe
gof Abe moment—we: are stakiming oar
41111141 IIIIMPOIr•mad exposing ourselves to the de
-Aril et therbaldlyame, or she ma ity dorwagwerse
—thisto win shall - rise ap from oar Eery midst
aamilibild 41.6 At first, tp telly they will lead us
111 1111 adafelly they will iimuoutte concerning
-smgeeesiewhoes sent anti:plated costotas;" little by
. limy mill meet oar ayes from oar glorious
emmi we are taixii:4l--grir it ap to
. netship-,ciaised to the - Ist.9 a. a leader—
The. win the deceptionsdeceptions nsash fait
- malignast features, of a °ingot*. or,
from wader the matmsed garb of libery,
'lmam, head of 4 Cry will crash the last
li et oar %WWI) E its gra;sp! Ciii as re
mama that hatudem—:yoor noblest rights
• . tharesa rillii4o 4 -- sa il l amend and
the taus of yam country .,-.-4,
Aspieitairisearation is generally the reenett . rif
lireirdemper and etantned views. Pewee wit!
Leh lleram rd he paderity, who tamer look
• _ ,
lifirsasihrepssa,=-Diiijoar padeliow. as woo
al IMMO oat tithe Foil into ask! water, arid it
asa astodbwas to the bite is witsatoe la ace
siSsor areisroge ►a?e:
Oa *biome prick pre:souse the: they
amoshis wales far the UAW
psi awl arAst bd, the !ca of
fet i mii;zii i ! aosist ai p %noncom kratarbat. ttbe bat 4a y„)
Ma at say that bia her( -spacal before
4 0 NB it an, vary aagety reauetted, .111,01 m
I ansa yois I oarebrat hal bat a haft aa ash 4l l Abe. then esesthrat mach Olt
' LOVE - AND -PRIDE. 1
From "'Shakspeare and .his Friends,' is nevi 'work
recently published.in London. i
'What aiteth • you?' she . inquired with
much tenderness. 'Sick at heart! si k at
hearecluicklz answered Master Francis:
isick of the villainous deceits that:! have
been played upon me. Like enotach in- i
deed to took not so well as I was. I went 1
in the extreme comfort of thinking Myself'
beloved by one lirnaziried to-be ed
of a goodly store of all honorable v rtuee:
—1 return but to find that I have been the
dupe' of the • very wickedest canto[ that
ever .disgraced God's earth." What mean
you by thier asked the mercer ' s da hter,
seemingly in great astonishment - . hat
mean 1r exclaimed the youth, itidiguamtly.
'Gast done no ill thing? hest given Me no
provocation - to-quarrel since I haw/ been
away, by the infamousness of thybehavi.
our?' None!' replied she with e&ceding
earnestness; q have done no Olt 'rag; I
have.done.nothing that should .gi e you
provocation to quarrel. 'Ha! and indeed!'
cried her . companion, now still . pidre in
censed against her; 'dust tell the alai and
come straight from the kisses of my Lord
Cobham?' At hearing this, the !colour
Mounted into her cheek a little, of which
he took speedy rint:.ee and continukb.-4
see nature will take no part in so monstrous
a he.' But I 'Atli confess that I was near
ly-as nigh unto you as I may kit the
present, and heard all, the-shame!' ss it'll
pudency nr 3 oUr proceeding.. I truth,
•)on have made of your lips a eom on, up
ou which every ass may tied past re. Go
to! you are a wanton!' And so sai,ling, he
turned away from her. 'I pray yoa, Fran
cis, speak not in this way,' said I/eanra,
in a very serious manner; and with a face
somewhat troubled. 'That ini . ,, Lord Cob
ham has caressed inc. I ak-klioe ledge; but
that I gave 6111 any such return,* most
u.ii ri.e.:. alai 0.. au4lit wurse than ,l at done
by me at any time, know.l not hinW •I)osl
think I can believe any such tinarr: from
you!' asked-NI aster .F rancis suddenly.—
•Di - ist think I know not more of sock con
duct!---...2ven if 'twere not enoughl to coa
demn you by, as the stealing under the
public gateway with one so notedi and go
ing into hidden corners. to be 'caressed by
him. I tell you he be not the only one—
nor Rolph ;Goshawk, whtim }sou idid un
otushingly assure me ) on cared net for. to
beer much from you, but this—this I can-4
not bear.' ''Tis teas than you; / have tie- I
served,' reit - lied Le. 'And nor I base I
done with 4 . ou. There!' be cried, as ap
proaching her clo. , ely he daahed at her
feet the chain of gold she had othi's uncle. ttttit
'There lies one of the gills with which
you have souzlit to bribe me in*" a tokra
lieu of }our infamous doings. Lind here!
he added .as he followed it with a purse
that seemed tolerably well filled. 'Here
is that which will pay for the Coan..l hare
been to foil in other thii.es. e. as:oired
it bath .beco honestly come *; and riot
tike your costly presents and generous
st, ;plying of-my wants —the liberal wages '
of a mote liberal iniquity.' To this she
I answered riot 'ease by a slizht gasping a. .
ilea. breath; bur her brow became darker,
!and the expression of her eyes! unnatural.
i .1 now take my leave of you,' 'added Mas.
I VI? Fr - Inlets' , in a voice sorriewfhat trefoil
i lona. ii rare-notif ewer I seii son again.
I You have -misjudged me hugely if
'tin:night I was of such a nature as to 'Aer
ate for . a. single moment the - :nfatny you
bare been about. Your judgment and
your oifts have been equally, ,enlaced:
V y heart is not one of so' mi#p a sort as
satisfied with the effectuate of a jilt;
nor is my - disposition so base i as So suffer
itself thhe bribed by a' .----t. •Villaie
' sereaniedirsatuta, as she turiclusiy dutch- ;
ed hinr by: the throat with butt herharids
before the offeasave word had been spoken.
• paid think I can be Mildde4lll.4 la this
rile way, and bear it tarnetti?. If thou
basrst twenty lives they woufd scan:el*
atametnetikenough for so atrilcnnts . an in
sub. Thee bast traduced rut
,T ; bou huu
spoken of me the borribleat iabinesthe
falsest,---vilest—wickitidest tie rs that
ever misused women lath- ' firtec. Ito
' endure. Asst think to
.; hve. 4.W,t hope,
for. aretrey Ibathare shove s If Thou
L bast None& are into •it ' . stradifto
My *orris -nerdy tabard . Ury brain
reeks ::I‘t thy life shell be tlie..forfeit.—
Thy life, villain --thy - life' i ' ''
T' : MINERS 4 4OII)EtICAL.
. • Master Francis watt so seined by sur
prise that he seemed not to have had time
to make any struggle, -or she had grasped
him with such exceeding violence that lie
bad only the power to move up his arms a
little aml then let them fall; And his (ace
grew Attack' with an extreme suddenness,
sothat when shell:wit away her handsfrom
about his neck,' his bead fel! hack, and-he
was falling to the ground like one that is
taken with a . sudden death, when Joanna
sprung forward and caught bim in her arms.
'Why, I have 'not killed thee, sure!' ex
claimed. she, apparently in a wonderful
consternation. 'Nay, it cannot be
itieetV I meant it not. 'Titres, iretlthe
madness of the moment. Ohl whs . ) a
wretch have I been if 1 hr.ve done thee
any-hurt. Francis!—dear, dear Francist•
—I will.forgive all the vile things thou
bast said of me, if thou wilt not look at
me so horribly, Move but a
breathe--or let me feel but the beating of
thy heart. No—all be as still as a stone.
Oh God! be is dead he is dead, and I have
killed So saying, she , clasped him
close to her breast with many- piteous sobs,
and with the saddest, wildest Ith,k eye ever
beheld. Again, she felt his heart; but
there was no bcatiag; she looked to his
lips, but they were slightly open, and
breathed not at all; and eagerly watched
all his limbs, as if to observe. the slightest
movement, but the-quietness of death seem
ed to be upon them. The eye lids were not
quite- eluserl, and -a little of the eyes save
the white part was to be Feet!. which made
them appear to look very ghastly and un
natural; and the delicacy of his complexion
was scarce discernable for the iliscularrui2
of the skin, which marvelously increased
Ins.ileathltke appearance. ‘A lack! what a
sight i$ this! What a villanous thin?
have I done!" she contintiad, as she kept
k i , surg and pressia,g, of him to her
bosom with A very heart broken counte.
femme. I that have loved thee better than
all the world beside, and would freely have
given my own life to have saved thine! I,
know net -what could have posae:md me to
las hands on thee. Oh! 't was a moist her
rid wickedness'. ,Franci-!—thou who bath
ever been to me the gentlt, fond es t and
best of creatures, and that I have loved
inure as a chil 1 of my own than ought else.
Oh! speak but a word, or my heart will
break! Indeed, and on shy life, and heats,
and soul, and all things that be most
sacred in -this world; thou bast been
most shamefully deceived in what thou
didst say of me I have done no
Alack! Mack! he heeds me not !"
The Poor and the Rich—
—the itterchants— the Globe.
Ertract from the SpecCh of the Hon.
John C. Clarke. Member of Congress,
of New Fork, to his Constituents. Mr.
C. was circled a Van Buren man, but
roted against the Sub Treasury Bill.
We hear much of the party slang of the
narnincracs of wealth and the dem ,cracy
of hurnhers." This a unmeaning ;
goose:— .t it calculated to ev.ite reeling
en's, jealousy and hstred among class
es who should live together in harmony.
atic: n - 11,.. interests are mutual.
In thillree and harpy cocntry we have
no inles inherited by birth—no estates I
handed down by cntatl, through a long
course of succession—no lass of porno
i:entture, by which property in large mass
es descends from father to son in perpetiii
tc. Here the road to wraith is open to alt.
Enterprise, industry and rattly sill con
duct Its possessor t i the gaol of has ambi
tion, pecuniary indcpentle'r.ce.
an Coturie and condoion is the result of
unequal capacity arid application. Every '
one can procure a competence, if not
wealth, Jibe wills it. Industry, perseser.
ance rod kr-nonny sill insure it. An ar
istociocy ofecalth! where is it tote found!
The poor man of to day is the rich man
of nest year, and the rich mart of last year
is the poor man of to day. Most of -the
wealthy men of this country have become
so tirtheir own industry. /sagacity and e
conomy. They started in the world pen
nqs, with no capital lot ready Lau&
and honest hearts, the original elements of
the credit systetn. Fes. very Icor, men
are wealthy by tribermaree, • The naillon
wire, is gathered to his father's, and his e
state is scattered agorae:it het relatroos.— 1
Property here tends to ihsteitattun. Th e
intereirs of society are Atonal; the de
pendence of the rich and the poor is mutu
al. Who fads the mouth of labor! the'
rich man. Who. ministers to the reeczat
tim`of the rich! the laborer, who by his in
dustry. in his turn, becomes the rich man
and the employer of laborers. The demo.
gogue who arifey attempts to array the
pour against the rich and the rich against
the poor, is a friend in neit her, When he
appeals to the worst passions of thit„posr.
and tauntingly asks, it they wail be ~hew
ers of wood and drawers watee. — does
he consider that they could, not fill even
these bumble stations unless employed by
the owners of capital. and that in the ale
mace of such employments they must
Starve, or beg , or steal. This. however,
is the loco Coco doctrtne and policy of abe
tunes- -By such inc ead:ary appeals, the
poor become chscootetated artth their wadi.
Ilion, and coots the property of the rich.
In moments of phrenzied &At:mutual they
1(44e/et in Rohe, ina p i :Milder. pillage and
Aram: The erskra, who WA shut fonder
to the e &sailed 'Aitgs of, itie **Tam
atid..ristkwaid excite them to dee& of
tiwiesaneas, is a pelt, i *Mob motif to be.
desecrated itfan the bumble and misguided
instruments of his base design. • No. The
aristocracy of this country exists only in
the brain of the demagogue. But to re
turn to the "official organ," the Globe,
which has no small amount of sin in this
respect,. for which be must answer. I
cite the following extracts from my letter . -
to 869 w his disposition to arouse party feel
ing against the merchants, who for intelli
enterprise, honor, honesty and pa
triotism (nay challengers - comparison with
any body merlin Christendom. - I refer
to the attstsks of thi'Globe upon the mer
chants-of the country; ;denouncing them as.
a body, as being "devoid of patnotistn,-and
regardless of tbehtinor of the nation;" as
"destroyers of credit' by forcing the banks
to stop, by refusing to meet their engage
ments, and by withdrawing their deposites,
(Globe, May 23;) as "colleagues with Bid
die to surrender the funds of the Govern
ment within their. grasp to carry out a for
eign policy, "Globe June 23;) "as pur
chasers of specie at 12 per cent., for paper
never to be redeemed to pay their foreign
debts;'tias men whose "besetting sin has.
ever been a readiness to sacrifice the peat'
interests and general welfare of the. ceun
try and the people at largii, to their tin.
Mediate views of personal profits." The
exertions' of the merchants 'to pay, their
debts abroad in specie was 'charged upon
I them as criminal.. Without stopping to in
quire into the morality of the doctrine, that
it was wrong to pay our foreign debts h
1 specie, when nothing else would be re
ceived4n payment, it is worthy of remark,.
las shot ing the palpable inconsistency' of
the Globe, that, no sooner had the banks'
suspended, the effect of s hick was to re
'tam the specie in their vaults and prevent
its exportation, than the floodgates of its ,
otiose were opened upon them for doing an,
act, effecting the object which the Globe
' nad eo near its hi art. These attacks upon
hour credit system arid upon the merchants,'
continued with um-emitted severity,
lentil a few weeks before the session of Con•
I geese. The reason of their eessaticm is to
be found in the fact, that he was a candi
date fur printer to the house, end he.l
thought it prudent to reein more just andi
discreet. No man who is a republican at
heart will indulge in denunciation of a t
whole class of citizens, and thereby arouse
a spirit of hitternessagainst them. The
arerettants,-as a body, are high minded, pa
-1 triotic, sad useful men. They hold an
important station in the business world.—
Whey are the agents and factors of the far
mer and manufacturer, without whose aid
the products of their industry and skill'
would find no purchasers; and they are, in
fact, the collectors of the revenue of the
country. The three great branches of out
natural industry—agriculture, commerce
and manufactures—are iatirnately - connec t.
led with each other- Destroy any one of
them, and you paralyze the others.
We learn that there are demagogues
even in this place, who are endeavoring
to excite-this feeling among the emplos ed
against the employers. SUCh persnnS,
whoever they are, must beknetres at heart
and, scoundrels in feeling—area who would
itoS the honest laborer of his lust
dad thee ezult orer his Miter y. They
are walking fiends, whom the pair man
ought to shun as he would a pestilence.
CALHOUN vs. CALHOUN.
In such an no-ue, when the qu e stion
Bank or no Bank," it is , difficult to
*ho gams the cause.. -In one of his speech
es denng the lad session of Congress, M i.
Calhoun stye: have always belonged`To
the greet State Rights patty, which patty
has ever been opposed, on constitotional
grounds, to the, incorporation of a National
In his speech on the removal of the de
ponies in 1834. Mr. Calhoun declares :
•1 might say with - truth •that Me Rank
awes ansurikto me art* mop Mier Wi
n Word in the asanatrip and 1 mina even add
that, had it •ot been for tyr. . eforts is
wormo arcm-iurve sumionairrsnia."
Put that and that together; and then,
without any alltions to the livid cons6'-t
-ency, let tbeveader determine for himself
whether is is bank or no bank with the
Is-tinniest No tither."
Economy. —Eco6amy is generally des
pied as a low vutue, teadmg to make peo
ple ungenerous and selfish. This is t-ue
of avarice, but not so of economy. The
man who is economical, is laying up the
permanent power of being generous and
inieful. He who thoughtlessly gives away
ten dollars, when he owes a hundred more
than be tan pay, deserves no praise! he
obeys a sudden tozpue more like instinct
than reason; it would be real Charity tp
cl.eck this feelintr, because the goal
does troy be doubtful, while the iitioryf be,
does his family and crecitors is certiiiu
True eeonsirny is .a careful treasure in the
service of benevolence, and when they are
united, respectability, ? roepe r ny y _ an d
peace, will fiAltivr.
Edecation is the West —els enseirmat- 1
ti there are tiro abocmool nine hood4l
red scholars enrolled the Common,'
Siboots. Fslly fi ve !Anthem made "midi
koala are employed at an annual expense
of sixteen thouand dollars- Fund for.
tenches hereafter to tee twenty-three thou
nod dollars. •
• We boa teemed emend exuabera of a
I? Wks, Alley tau 47 estatoitie4 mo d ,
*chafed the •Tevapar's Melanie' It is be
laded ee; therappard eche whireinriaraGarer
ear Ritzier. "ad ireetahot "eidisn=with 1010 4 7-'
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SATURDAY MORNING A UG. 11,11338.
Pamphlets, Ma:U. Canis, Bills of Lading,
and ficrallefis of-sterydetcripttaa. neatirprnsted at
ass Office at the louseet cask price s.
Committee of Correspondence for the Borough of
Samuel D. Leib. George Heisler, Erg.
John Heffner. Beesarnin Batman.
Jame* &Hyman. Jr. Henry Stager. Erq. • '
John T. Werner. Andrew IL White,
Let The People Remember
DAVID R. PORTER
"%rated in the Senate last Win
ter to instruct - our Senators
and Representatives in Con
wress4o vote in favour of,the
odious and infamous Sub-
LET THE PEOPLE
Also remember that DA
VID. B. - 11-ORTER voted in
the senate last winter, in fa
vor of the Government issu 7 l
ing Shin 'Plasters—the only
irredeemable shin plaster*:
that will, be in circulation in
this State, after the 13th or
-1 4 tow is your time tbr NCIAPS.
The Minere Journal will be furnished
until the election, at the low rate of
For each subscriber—or 25 copies week
• Nom is your time, Boys.
The subscriber is now ready to receive
500 subscribers to .the Weekly Miners'
Journal until ate election, in this, arid' the
adjoining counties, on the following condi
If JOseph Ritzier is re-elected, we will
charge each subscriber 25 cents.
If David R. Porter is elected, they shall
have the paper for nothing.
(r.:r If the Porter men are so sure of
electing their cardidate, they now have a
chance of getting the 'Journal for nothing
until-the eleehtion. B. B.ANNAN.
Beau:op:4os of Specie Payments.
kooday" next is The day appointed by the
Governor's Proclamation for the resump.
tine of Specie payments by the Banks of
this Commonwealth. We are bight.
pleased to see that the measures pursued
by the Banks are in accordance with the
wishes of the people, • expressed through
the Proclamation of the Governor. The.
Banks will resume on the day in question,
and we trust will be sustained in the mea.
mire of resumption, by the co-operation of
the Peciple.' The Banks are admitted to
be in 4 sound, healthy .tondition. The
utmost confidence is reposed in their abil- I
sty to meet all demand, by men of informa
tion and intelligence.' Their conduct has
been highly praiseworthy: They have
richly merited this confidence. Their
course has been prudent and upright! They
have nothing to apprehend, heranse the
people hare] nothing to apprehend from
there. We !believe the People are fully
determined to sustain the Banks -in the
measure of Resumption. This can berac
.complisbeil only by countenancing no pan
ics, no illiberal runs. A certain quantity
of specie wilt be required for purpcKnes of
change. This the Banks will furnish.—
Beyond this, their paper is preferable to
Porter Slarsders.—The friends of tta
aid IL Pone/ deziounce all the charges
brought ageinat this gentlemen as slan
ekes. Now, we admit, that if the bar
ges brooggragaimit him are duelers, they
ought to he diereditixl, teed 'the slander
ers p unished. We have looked in Web-'
*ter a Dietionary . for the meaning of the
word slander., and find that it is 4firsel-to
be 4 false tale or report, inalicimuly mt.
tered,-and tending to injure the reputation
of another." It will be „decreed that
fill:dies:id is an essential ingredient orsiaa
der. Therefore, without f.4lsebood there
can be no slander. Now if the charges a-
I bore referred to are -tree, ' they •cannot be
slanders, even though they may -be mali
ciously uttered, and teivitto injure the rep- I
citation of Valid R. Porter. The evi- '
dente of* truth tithe material iwits of
the charges is, it must be admitted, - , eery
strawy. -The - first capital ebarr, iI7MIOI-
al taller aid . fibertirie warm!, seems to
be established beyond convosersy. , The,
specifications of Ibis chargé .have been
clearly Jeßett.:4 The Vietitiis are still
living= 'thrown like a leathsotee• rag
away—diet ethess.mcnimmisits of parental
disgrace! I, The second charge, fraudulent
insolveneyi,iit everyday acettroutating clew I
evidence. 1 The --40.5"-already •published
are startlitig, they throw a deep shick. of
sasPielgekti4 sl, - Porten indeed the% . a.elt :id,
as witichimicef, as the nature . of the ease'
will perhii pa-adroit of, h ecao, these things
are alwayi done in - secret. The sorts`
now ' for acknowledged detit% the'
inyste '' disappenaoce of the As o
treditora mai the office of-the Prwthocio
tary; the "inweent to Stoeeteaker, end
r e ..ai i ci. r to Porter; these are
orate which are facia, 00 4
slatiders:l 'tat if their talew,eurcngl
air. fLoorsar are shodera,- why -14 tkier
rk....t.-_-' • i - , -
aid- -•'.'. !.•.• . L ..,,,, toyj ;bet premed *tot
the.• • , • , • - or.iiigrialni aiighbe c T k a Hai.
41,gdocitJ I. thetbititabeit afary4C'erde
they come Rom home? - .Is it Ossitde that
these things'can be fabricsl at, home,
and the fabrications escape e ection and
exposure? We say itis not possible.
But the best way of testin fhe truth of
these charges, would be forlarommittee
of upright and conscientiotis*
of arriving at the truth, to'p ' 'dho Bun-
Itingdon .Coutity,to investiga e
.. owl Oar
,Why l is it that the Po 1 niesl,-who
fecal() disbelieve there, ha e otiong a
..go appointed Committees frcive ach COllll
- for this purpose. The answer tatustbe,
because they prefer darktlea4t, light -
Errors —in the letter fro reeneburg,
published in Wednesday's far it is sta
ted, that "the majority for Ritner in West
moreland county in. 18.5: 31 i3l votes."
It ought te hate• beenlo i i. Several
ot he r er r ors • escapedjthe site tion of the
person aho read the prohfoduring our
G *-- Several hundred dolma of specie
has already hien deposited in the Miner's'
Bank,. by Miners, who snit. that since
Gov. Ritner hes required the tanks to re
stunt., and speete is again coin ng out, t,hey
prefer depositing .t in the Bary to. watch
iirg it in their houses. ,
Theatrital. —Mr. R. f*ry and com
pany, have fitted og,the Long P r otma, a t O'.
Connok's Hole', in this Bo'ro'llgh,, for. the
purpose of giving theatrical fa frt a taa ten tg
for the amusement u( the c 'glens of this
'Region. The first perfiiritiance - took
place last evening, and 041 ie continuedetery evening fur d short srO
Phi/ode/11/tin 'lnd PottstAl ! Rail. Road.
—We understand that 20 innl4 of this Rail
Road leading ;w 'l
in eading o Port Grin.
ton, will shortly be put itni er contract,
which will Comprise the la rest section.
This section we understa it . ItriN cost a.
bout i,1,000,000, and caniti be coinplet.
ed under two . years. The,. ining link
from Port Clinton to Pottfri, le, will proh
ably be put under contracti iii the course of
next year, as we undertta t ed the Board
of Managers are cleterinit;e4 l , to complete.
the road to Pottsville as 9y as possible.
More Help.-- We littimi received the
fit.t number-of the People'S .Advocate, pub
lished at Lewisburg,' Uniodl county, Pa.
by Jonas Krkhner. It is nut in appear
anee, well conducted; and, , , supports OW
Joe for re-election. " . I : t i
'Anthracite Iron Purtirrtrrs.--The fur.
trace now erecting in this P4ough by Mr.
fund Patterson.and othetS, is progressing
rapidly. -We hope to -- 1 the furnace
completed and in operaiioh before long,
The result the experimiihiean hardly
be deemed doubtful. Wit littok upon sue
Mill - been
in operatioi. -- c - - ~.. ,Jily
etrualrithe expectations cif i ' - proprietors.
Tile - engine is of 20.- ho power, from
the Steam Engine Mannftuellory of Mms/s;
tinywocodok Snyder, wh.
' tiairies are
snrpas..4eri, by. none in Ibe t te, The Milt
in question terns eerie
~ inperior, frcer.
We base no doubt that t til enterprise of
the Vroprieiors will be te , 413 i rewardFd.
The !,,,h,i must prove a. i !....t eorivenieum,
tattle inhabitants of Nit , ', . , and I t s
rieinity. The schema: .-. resulting . from.
it', will also be felt throu l ~ tnu.e region.
wherein large quantiti :- , ' fleair are nee.
manrily consumed by ark liner/serous and
increasing population. Ittr : Mir interest
policy toene [tie tnanulae.
tures. The adjacent e , rjr, l will supply
the grainy and (*Fawn raillnotiould furnish
the flour*eeeeeme. r ilpboine indirs ,
try is fostered, capital ' ' ' iti'' ted, and
the ineaes4sotoportip ai ahrtiereu.s pop
ulation trtuhiptieo. •
e i t iodo
Rolling Ilifir at Saki fair on the
LinkSdaritkilL-7-Iliz unand ill; t
Ilessrs.S. Bartolet# • •
ty, we . about to estabils a Rollidg null
at Stsoutoalt Forge in l i t! county. We
butatto doubt that the e ricoent sill be
folly ruccettsful, hecauSe iar e quantities
of ;tolled iron are alreadyi reed in our
%%nun.. We colderstand hat Th e iron for
I .,rail ,roodt, ;lon wed i ' this region, is
[ chiefly of that dacrifilirfi. • Nould not
thisinunerriate neighbor [ ~. prove a goad
location for a rolling will i
Dan - Id K. Porter in, is maid, is an
frishun is en
clesiatin; re be RI
Mot Philadelphia , - 1 !
and at O. thee 13th inst. 1 1
theiiiri 4 i 3 : o ; l 4 and
less denotoi satir ,tai
redeemed in iilser.
- bate been
made with 'intlikeztr epaitattoo,
ibel.llS, Rank, ta wan dmicettift
:toes igloiapio the Sbia-Pfisleta,
bY the citY of 1`' _ rib*
''its:', rest Weitelty , in New
Yfilk 1 0a $ 2 0 11 41,-* figeuE ibe
- 11- 01 0 6 44 1 1-k* 1:40r
, will .
1 000 to
Cotri t tny. o.
All of a
&Ear, as. acre