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1V1A10 . 4 JACK_ 130Ai,'_NIN:G._
7 . We regret : to notice that our types
:injustice to the Major's-last. The Most
glaring of the errors committed, lio*erer
;-.•such 'as lbUr days ago ' for year;s
ago'r—we ., presune, would beimmediately,
noted bffite reader as . an error'in print—
for the Major, never makes mistalies.as to
. dates and facts.(imless. they be wilftd one%)
All-we calk say about it is, if: any future ,
bverSigh.ononr part' Should - draw from
the ' . ..lVlajtir . as goiid , ,a - ;Slory,
epigode, as is , contained in the- following_
. , titer,. oe s tan't'regret it. -. ‘.."
Nigh the wreck of .the TWo Ponies. Z'
- ReicitAwkr 18 .
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To the Editore of.the X. .1 7 . Daily Express
. - .. In.: : onezot - foiir -- paimrs.ini•whielryoti
~ pripted-my last letter to 'Uncle Sarni' and
when ..readin ()Pit it'was• fortunate for yott
: . • that you was 20, miles off,for I never did
• - see,siCh tarnal word as you. made of some
parts.,ef,Myletter.,,. IlOwsever, all I've
gotto,say-about,-is,liffolks--who read my
. ' . letters in print, find any thing hi 'em that,
- don't "read`-smooth, and ain't correct as
--, to ;dates - -and 'facts, they may set:it -doWn
' . agin il linters:- It 'Was -jest so Once.
• wit young poctor,'a. friend of mine in
..:. . _ e Colare times,-LzHe .writ- a long- letter
-- - - once; about h :ie . red folks by git;en-
Calisint'l,-.ll , writ 'CalorrielAn doses very
. .minute,'—acid the printers put io-in Or
• - *Calomel in .doses- every minute,' Up
-'.:.. Went_Calomel'arnong the
• •and. dawn utent - die Toor-sick, folks. lt
.--- warn% the -,Doctor's-:fault.,—for-it-va-all,
- owin' to thel'printers, and-a - little le.' .•
• Now afo're I trust you -with other' mat
-,.:-- ters,4 l ll-give - yeir -- .lhe pritififiTtfliaTqf
_,. : .l've goi m
,telt-a-an.d you may lack as
• many E's and o's -and' 'into it as you
;•:. ._please,.and I 0
do,r.-are "What 'you_ make
-- on't so , long as folksslake . , he ;mother - wit--
and barin on't. • It is.a . siory about 'Uncle
-- - - Sam,"and -- sorne -of - hii •'Ciwini:s about the
: women . folks.. ...
*Uncie Sam,'.yoti•know, always• wa_sa'
sociable fiiiid;_ol:-crittur; and from hi 'first
_ - comm intolife,never-could git alotig s well
without havin .his hull fanfilv about him,
-..--all ''on .'enrgiven him 'a boost up the.trte,'
• • —bet, 'Uncle Sam' fitUnd, - as-uoit folks*.
do , __a_fore__tkey-_trey-Tt---gray,---titai---totless 116• , 1
_ took a wife to take citre - uthiS - .6utiOns.arid
.: • lepp,thing - s slick'cl ori - alAutii . .itis . :hous e .-,
•. 'he Would:get into Jr_ooftle Old so forth.
Welkirier tryin 'various plans and-stein a
-- - good
,deal of trouble one way and another
',. h - took advite"Tioroe twenty •yearsago ,
-- c - -artil-got--marri e d to a smooth oniei.;quaker
7--- 1 4ady. - ,: . .._Wortif_24 . -..•-iuilliolis - Of dollars,--and
, as-Uncle Sam was considerable liberty :tr
... tis_way, he
,theTimily... ock .-7
Minor's. of dollitrs;.(not in the 'role grit,'
- .., good as`g-rit,!),and so : togetherthey hacl
._....:million - s. Well., 35 inillions_was_no
, fle,a . od.things.wen.: on-smooth-and slick-,
- --- 1 - :'nfiLopen 20 years, - and . - every - body
d at houte'and.abroad, there never was'
...--:-. ' appier -couple. Uncle Sam's ivife did - -
-• t - a - - wife co - u - lil — do, in - il though Uncle
.2'.- . Would once and It - tvhile, skill up and
big', Itis 'tvire7 - said -fiothin, but kept
hin up his breeches when he'd split
, add . -sew ontbuttons when-he-tWitelod
- --- - off., But by and hYlUncle Sarii'got
, ti u t with odd 'cortoiany. and among_
r things; got.a kink in his - head out of
y Wright's doctrihes, that a man of
yell. importance hadn't ought to
• e• wife, but have as many as the 'pleat
id. 'I swow,' hays 'uncle Sarp, 'l'm
od•• mind' to try it:' and .so, he talk'd
her folks,-about iti and, to 'rights the
- • ‘ . got the notion ton; and then -'Uncle
. . . ' got tone. Amos Kindle to go round
. ,:outitabout r and -see if,the.galls would
, . . the racket, - and he come 'back, and
~, ' he, - 'Uncle - Sam, there'S - no ",mistake '
• , -
t, it; the galls are all ready, and more
4 you can shake - kstick - ate a . sure•
'h;just then the galls all Iv yin got_
7. -- titian, ser to,- , -they praised up cle
, and abused his good-old 'quaker ife
, shockijO there's no tellin -what they
.L.y,e2arnd-a-mong.jothe r---th in g-s--they
, That Uncle Sam's wife was.....—*.
*—.-_ ,--!,.k;shaw!! you don't say so!!
... _ . • - --*---mercy on us!!!
• 11,..the next thing we see of Uticl•
. as, lie loolvd -as fine as a fiddle—'
i taot hi eends of...WS: shirt,--and
-f- a ' iiiti'as he cu[ - among his new
• .. foru . .Snell, - never was seen afore—
. frolics!! ancl.alLkis old cronies as
• . e was artiSiig 'ern, till some folks
. • • o whik-and whisper . 'that- Uncle
he had wives enuf for
tends.' Things went on_ .
- ---- • atifiltt2three7years, whene,Uticie .
: •an - (as•tioast 'folks do, when they
- och. Of a good thing) to smell
_rouble;•and . jest-th.en I got back .
. . ign pacts, and I- met Uncle Sam,
' • • iad not been for his s hein myblood
-• • •
• : • • • - sand, kn3woin him aud Irwin him '
',., utt shape, as-I do my `own father or
Mother 4 never would'have known him at
all. ~*Why,". says I, 'Uncle Sam r -is..this
yoursays I. 'I don't know., Major,' says
he; . 'but why-do you ask-=don't: look . as
. , natural ai.everr says - .he: - And. there he
. --stood-...-holdin-his_hretchea..:up_lyith-both- .
hands,;and his elbows both torn out "a - nd.4
dirtii shirt sleeve. 'peepin -th orough, and
- holes in . his. atdcltins,..and his skins all
' ,p/astered over.. 'Why,' says 1,, *Uncle
- I, thie'Me:YOUr hand my old_frierld,_& let,
.us.talk.it all over,toge'ther„r".l am sorry,
.Itiajor,'.lays he, 'I can't shake hancl_s_With
you jest now.-=my hands are bilaY, says
he. .-*Whal,?. says J, lholcliti the money
aye, Uncle Sam•—botß hands full, as usual,
say-s-1,-.-*Not . r-exttet tx-,---Majo r i l --says-he;
----and-With--ihat-he-cunrup close to me,. and
-•whisp,ered-,in - rr . y ear, 'I , am in a hyd_box,
- Diajor,.,,say!; :he, .'I ..have got so many
._ ~xvi,ves,T•aio't gots button left for my sus
• ' penderathey_dre_ali:6ll'..._tDo.tell_pOr, l
says i l,' 6 l want to:.knOWV.V 'lt's true,'
says he', 'and you see for . yourself.' 'And..
.---,; with thatt-look*&-and - sure enuf, there
- neverwasit - man:in•sichv - pickie: • L..
_'. _, f Wellottya •I' to_tincle • tia m,'lhis .comes
. . • frcinaJolki ROM you : : bad-ad vice r :or rattier
- by- your.'•notAaltin ignof - aclvice.. Ifoulor
' t says', one . fadt, - --:a;nd that is,..thatit
was intended that 'your farinly -Matters
. Ithoulift?6 ,- iegUlafed . on, the . sis:irte,.plan' of
~ ..e v e r i; , 9- i 4ii„*eil regulated' family; and
' that thiiiiih"ydura lithe , Pcinial Gdvern.
. . .
it was intended-to be-regu
late. the, same plan a's tire family of
the'hu est of your . masters,' and there,
says I, -was the %nzother tilt of :the thing in
,ilia beginhe in • . WhatArnastersr-says he , -
spunkin up and tr yin , To - SWlll4;;(iiiit takin
care. to9mlcl-on to . his . - .Eir'et.elki.q.:•., Iv ii 9 are
My :'masers?' - - -sitys'. he...Your - Masters? I
-says' I, Why . 'The ' people'. 7 and: r am. one
on 'am Uncle SaM, andif. yoh had stuck'
to the rule they made for. the regelating of I
your family, you would not'now be in your
_presenteiondition. ' '
- Now, says I; Uncle Sam, the re is b ut
one way that rcan see,for you ici' take; and i
that is for you to call -on al/ y . o . tir
,y f ount
women about you and' tell':"..ern,..that you
can'ohave but one wifeViind they git".'
,pncle. Sim . shook= Iris jead,..'an'd look'clj
Considerable sails :I ant afraid - Major, says
lie,' its-too.. latei- ; it - was an :easy job. ' to git
rid of one utifp i _hut to git rid of. so Many .,
all at once, I am afraid Ushait git spatilt!cfl
a • ...r • -as-a-cherry: --- 'Never - niind - ,:rtliale
• ays 1, !you'll git no more than yoti,.iieser.ve•
if you do, folks that dance mus( pay the"'
-fiddler,--says--I, 'Uncle," :- -littit, .sayshe,,
Major, must I divoree-theth all?'- ,No,':'
says X 'there .is:66-tlittoice..in-the matter,.
you- can't do that. ,u less yOU can prove
ctim.c.on.; thatislhe-law,' says I.—'Well
'l . can, ' says he;'l can prove ' ' ' 081
ice, the' ,ridnd_OPce, and .
I 11, - Says'l, ;Uncle Sarli,..
matt who has more than ones.
.biggerfool_than his-Blender-and -has- .:re -- •
friends than buttons,. Now dont say any
thing more about it. You have got, in a
_sc_rupp,fandthe best-way is to - •get out - on't - .•
- You'll Ancl_that your young . wives will be
as glad to git rid of. you', us you will lie to,
'it rid of them.• 'But you musn't _talk of
divorce, pr they'll bting you to the - proof,
I and show 'that - you- -first. carne a co - MEM.
And by ; _t a - time-you- prove guilt --- on any,
on."ern,.-t o'll git you 'on the-hip? and
tiy.ke - ep yo t\
)ere too, says I;-Now lodk at'
N roilr'Riurtin, and compare it with. what.it
was--its a change, says I, Uncle. Sgrif, flint ;
i?.-- , -howevec,• saySil,
.my -old friend y&i
have - had.a rare frolic, and - thig - is the - leen&
on't ; and. pretty - much the eend of all
frolick.. -NoW, says I b we nuttst_go_it - nd_aee,
be- bound, says I, 'she is as...sound. a . s . ever
;be' svasir. - and , hiitltfie *Oise of having taken: :
sheiter.in her tild native state of Penriql: -
yam,. . , lat, go on firsti - saysl -- , - Criele Sam,
and tell her to,l.git her buttons and sope
.r.eadl for you, and if I dont miss my gues,
y u 4ill in a few, weeks look s c.het k-agin•
3,a boy; and as she-is g goo oat ur!.d Grit=
tar, and likes •tosee all_ haPpy - about her, •
she %ill!! d . o - all she Can to provide Fos. the
young_women you have been - galavanthi
with of tate,.; 4, she thinks you more to,
blame tfiad . ..they he . ... And then, says I: .
- rinile - Bam, whentill. - gits_aticW.'dtip,. and
.yciii•git'all - YoUr buttons srw.'d on,. you will
havell spare_ hand -always. ready to Wel
coMe a - friend o - knock down an .-enemy.
i_A_t_ ptesen.4-4 - -tr-1,- 'Uncle . ? - Sim, yam are
' 'humbug'df -.7.---And. with :that -- Unde
Saln - he_ tw, ch'd :up. r litS, breeclies;'an
spunk'd,up c nsidergble, and we.:Mo.ved on
: 111 .t0Oliel:bitIanceprt4isatory_another
time.: • • Your Friend,
0 - IVIN G
Major, - -
1:1 ingvi e Militia,
, !We never knew exacily before the ac
tual ine.aning of that word • H
Eovroas. - ' •
-.. , . Office of the epublican,
. ST.. Sept.— ..:0. •
Prospee • j.. 0
-- 3 07.1 W on our Front
. _,.. ,
We haie.C - tinveried with a gentleman
just arrived in-the city- f .orn- Judepend-,
efice, Jackson *cotOty, Mo.' 'We - learn .
rrorp hiln.,'__Aliat . great_o - eßerrie"nt, was
prevailing amongst the citizens of that
quarte r r ; Wh t i were expecting an attack
Wage Indian 1 They had•sent- sev,era
habitantst and ad' already coMilittted
some ',ci,e - predati ns on their property ;
ila.ving stolen several hogs and cattle, ,
and reports say- some negroes. Appli—,
cation-had . been made to the-Governor
-tar-troops; a rrd - in - sir titTibils: Ifiairb - Ciii 1s •
sued by the Secretary of the State, .(.the
Governor being •a ent at the time the
application-w node,) to Gen. Lucas -to
raise instuntl six hundred men from•his
division which - we .believe; -- consisrs of
Jacksim, La • flette and --Van Buren
co.unties....._The.:.militia.-olL•the-,:sev - eral
.courities - .Were.to._meet - un Saturdq - last -
to raise the number of troops . Ordekd y
the comtitY-of the division: -We are
also infant - led that General Atkinson had
an intervi - e i w'ivith, the Governor on this
subject, and ills probable that the. con-•
•dition'of affairs in that quarter , -will re
quire, the immediate personal attention
of himself or General - Gaines. The Osa
ges. say they ean.4,bring one thousand
warriors itito the field. and - ;that, they
have no fear, of the consequences Of - the,
war. . Our inforthant had - not learnt the
plain, ,W - 4011411;:_WaiLiwith- anxiety for
particular - ' ,.- - . i
. "4:Plague on. both your Houses."-
-The-Am .7-Sentin el,rej eetsAkoilizWof-and
Mithienberg - es:::..canditbites foe' the , nest
Givernor of Pennsylvania: Fair and - soft`-
Ay--my'--masters ; ilyon, do not know that
1 ,Mr. Van Boren has promised Mulenburg
the lida'ee4l dii--therefore "obey order*
if.y_otQre a k _
lgo•aferro.,l.—'l - lave you .'seen Capin
Peter!..,aska tt - black fellow on the wharf
at: .Perth 440.. !Pepin . Pete! w 1,4 the
deuce -, la he?' Nvily . , - he - de - geitirip4tri,vTit. -
sleOps ill:Msl_ls4lll!,tt barn; and plea wid.
his bye out; and biarkose in : a sling, and .
his elbow allover. mud,and ;his kne_esma,:.
ked and taw,-and hishaticrown,awinging
inglrot Itisy9,W.zeso:ad.a loaf O'.bread
stie.kjn' ou C.tif his,. pocket.
John it.hor i si_ thief, h as b een
caught and itiipritontd.near P.ar\Ten
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. 1 41 - brc-: '- . AMVltteil 14" - 2 StptA9. .4"ii i. , ' ' : 1 .., 315 , V ":14r - Al i' " : '14, , ... .-•,. • •
... . 4 ., an , 4 ..,. 0 , : . 1 ,7
~, . Jo 0 . istiv+ -
. - The- Ponveh.lo)., to amend the Cinisti
tntien .of the State.- nssetubled, agreeably:
. Tuesdnyla.st The
Nesideri flunk - the chair, and Ilie'rel I tieing
called, a quorum was.. found. In_he'..pres
ent. „ A . resoluthin i that the convention
wilt eiijimrn sii;e:die on., tIA .0111 N . •Np'.
vember inext,:wasoffered by Mr*. afiiiiii
ton, of Chet r, antl.leid' npon• tJte.'table . :
Arhk,..nesot o iirn.,orflPiin r , rifterthinn : -g es
sions wn. - reseinded, - on -. 7 n0 ;-6"(l,i n „f m r.
Cunningfiatii . and•'thi , i,-.4iiling -hoe rot'
meeting e:hatigell to l o.cloek hi the-mm.l1 7
'i 4 lg, - on'illotioi6(l4 k''. ' Air i ei, (if North::
amptcin,it was 7 Resnived, Thatwheii the.
Presidenfif4he .ctibydlition 46 - absenton
on . le&v , ,ei.'he may nominate. a : i'yesitienf
pro r tcnz;: if such :absence do. tint exceed
one w'eek. The convention then adjourn
4d.' . . • :--- -..-..
. . .
-- . -- : - 611' -Wed ii - e4iltiy-ile 'Presitien.(obtainetl
leave oftbSene e for .i
few L y , s . ,
s At • eably..to_ the-.piwee•vested_in:him
the. aniended.rule, ski - Meted Mr, .Porter,
.o -- f2.NOthaliiton,.lii preside during . his aI.P
sense. The • coro:feritiur then . r , :ti - intil;
as• in commitee - of the . % sole, theye i.t of
the cOmmittee•to.nd ' 1 -. katilveen re 'trred
The 6th article. at -the onstitutiiin. The
following -sections - Were agreed
. to, viz
...PJustices-orthe-peace- and -aldermen'
shall be elected in the several Wapiti:, bor-.
fidghs, - : . - and
.toWnShips, at' the time of
the elections of constables by the qualifi
ettiot:ers. thereof, and shall be commission
ed by the Governor fm: . ,,tr . ii'rii - It ) --live
years: ..... . • -
• . -
"All officers whose election:or - apP int
merit is not provided for in this- constitu
tie-h.-shalt- he elected - O'r appointed 'ai ;shall_ '
be directed by law . . • . '- ' . ' •
"A Stare Treasurer shall elected
annually by joint vote of I?o,th ..branerie,:s
Willie legislature." -
Yesterday, the :Convention met at 10
ecli - ick, Mt:. Porter7of - .Norti tpton, - in
the - chair.. A resolution : changeTili-e
_meeting ,• - tonin - Octock s-- i - uTtlm7
Morning, With a - recess from' one to-three
jp.tlke.a s y.ernoon„ to take effect frotp.:XMltto
amend, decided in .the affirmatiye., The
Chair presented the . : . Credeptials of "Mr."
Sturticv.ipt,_elected ' . to suply the vacan• - • 1
.c3S , l \ tt Lokertie cnunty;ofasioned 14 - the
resignation - Of:111r. Spie timid. • !
-. . -. .. - Tlie - Conventiori then resolved: itself in,
to a colititteeld thif whole„ My, ChaMberS
of Fra - iiiChn, - in the-C - hatr„ and rit'autned
the eonSideralioal - - nl - the 6tlttartiele-as4i , -
paled by 66 Comtniltee. — Various mo-
Linn - tn l a MOM - tlie•1•0i - h - , , secti.ow.-Airere•:
niatle--=-1104tionifliinIler - cimsiTl- -
eratiOn'when tlie — corivention "adjourned..
—Harrigurg - Reporter
We had The pleasnre.of 'eiaming, one, of ,Whit
ter's Spiral' nn intention by
-orie-minute. A solid - canisternteTfora c the
charges and with appendages-to-receive The caps,
placed under the.connexion of the barrel with
the stock: This canister being , charged, is by
means of a spiral spring._ made, to turn.. and pike-
its charge..mratige of the barrel. The whole of;
the lock s Within the st..c.k, and the gni] is cock
ed by_ the Same . motion of a false trigger that
Charges it, and is discharged in the ustialway.
There was no difficulty in charging - and firing
the rale of once a'secontl. The weapon is one of,
great - beauty, and we learn that.n few of thecon-
traction Are for sale at the store of Messrs. Bird '
lirother,.9B Market street:—U. S. Gazette.
' Our anticipation of the fate of sub-Treasury
1 projecL the reader 'will perceli e, on looking et
the account of s . a , urday's proceedingrio the
House of Representatives,.was - on that i ey., ( s ully.
realized ; the Senates 'hill for carrying out the.
Plan having been ' ordered to lie.on' the table,
(equivalent to a rej ellen) by a majority of thir
teen votes. This is a large majority, considering
.h.ets.litalleiatifils_f_Jbe fignse...S.A_The .ettoils
which were, made by the leaders of "the party"
to force.it through Congress. Thus have the Re
presentatives of the People triumphantly borne
us out i , l the pre'dictiou, confidently hazarded
us on the first day -of the Session, that the bry
of the present House of Representatives Would be
.lottn.d._lllte,3rue r patvipts „Act ing-honestlyti tide=
pendently, and ,‘‘ithotit sUbservience to the Exea
cutive wi•hetr. They hove rejeciecl the."untried
expedient:" The State-bank§ may exist yet a
Mil ' llonger. - The course of trade twill continue
ate r ding to It nature ; atid , the Father of rivets
'will till Inu:stie,. as - hitherti.);.-lits. course to,the.
occiut.=—U, 82 VcizEite. . .
T.PR'EtTGUS::: — CONFESSI.
Eaverwße,publican - , One Ortlie most de
cidellVan Buren papers in...Niaine, in
explaniing .the "causes which produced
the disastrous results - Ott-he late-election
in that State,!' gives the following as
one Of 'the principal causes of the mourn
ftil defeat .
. "The .radicalism 'of the tintes r , ultra
and agrriani spirit abroad, _ate' fierce
attacks on time honored institutions,-the
unrelenting warfare upon business and
laudable enterprise, the;V:prevailing tlis 7
without knowledge, means,: or ability
build up, demagoguism•and profligacy of
•th - ose who i _ would mount atty. hobby - and
‘ride like death on'the.pale horse, rough.'
shod Over the necks of the _People,:mo.l..
.every thing opposing their. mail • careet 4 ,
reckless of consequences Sand ..lieedlOs
orPrinciple 7 -this incubus
,a.nd - ' dealy
SifcieCO,. all theii - - - wittifiiiig-influenC ,
. on the party; and urg d..
to•the mournful reatilt.' • • I
- Thisis - an - honestatknOWleclgement - O 1
the. 3.adicalisni,figrarianisni;,And loco
With . 'Which the. Van 'Ll'uren I
`party is;deeply Impregtiated; - .and• Bon-
firms.all that 'the Whig papers have ey
however, to find that a portion - of 4*the
party" have got their eyes open as to the
frines . sb prevalent at the 'present. day
atnong : ;their - Organs and 'leaders, and
will-be compelled to go -for-t.
in order'ti siietfteir country from utter
of a,.better state
of-things-Anorggard' to the pcilities••Of this
great nation i...s:clearly -prec•erilible,• 'and
will assuredly grow brighter - unto the
. d4 l - 7 Salim - Reg. , '. ' -: _
, • ••• 131LTTElt dUitn'NCY - .
The eau *that—Jack:l
house-It-kg Jack built.
7 yliese.are the old ' rags 'that lie in the
_house .that Jac,k builf. •'. -"..
These are the bag's; that liobl — e old
. . hold
`rags, - that lie in the - tease tlia - tlacksbuil•t.
the .oay,:tlia.t's tu - the. day;
•}-.-paitiv.from:4l.l-e---bu gs-;Ah4t4oti tAi _the_
01i1 :rags,that:Lie in the liouie that Jack
- 7•._ • ! • - -
This is LevriVoodbeiy . , tint very good
'or 3- 7ye,
,you ask for your pay; precise at
.lie day: because all hisags, - Contain nu
:hing bu t rags - , pougifitOive4
.hat'Jack built: • ' . .7 •
Thbi is Aiticis 'Keiidail ; '-'4ooiiitgli
send-all, the papers and letters, addreisfil
to his' betteys, yet 'was 'handled so huffy,
of Old :C,Offv,-anirnow-rieVer
knows,. his -thuMbs. from liii,;toes, and•
wOuld:Clinckle so funny, .could.ke get,his
hard. moncY,:from Levi Woodbury,
don't dank.. it good for ye, though 'lie
-mikes many bingsT - of . 'the chink in • his
kags, except raps; from out
the old Gags, thaclie : in that
•This is Tom Benton', who t'other day
_went on, a 5p60,11-Making--r-excorsiun, for,
nought,'hut-diverSion, , and foind all his
Cush; was nothing'iittrash, meeting.suo 7
dry disasterS, on. account of shin-plasters,.
which. Inlks.iVould net•take, for the Sena;
tor's sake, because the poor ninnies . re
membered the guineas, which all! to his
wo, not a.tweivemontlf ago, lie swore .by,
tke poWir'S, would rain down in showers,
and that sweet' dcmosal ;Axe: e rs
. w a, s , ry - , who
Would al wayS be:gond for_yejor-so-ninch
hard_ chink; and_ couldn't .liut think,-'it
prodigiously funny, when told "thitt_his
-- trioney, - tied fast in his bags, Was' nothing
but rags, stoweil aw y in the house that
JaCk-built. • . _ . - _
AndAhese pupil s that fuller, each
his-cottai :thelnu tes
as a thief. - in a mill
„grace; twget slapped . ; in_the I,ide, - fdr not
one i 1(6: gi fr tha - kihrfer
will swagger-lik•sack,---wltta-Clapped- oh
the back, by Kendall and Benton, who
-are . al,ways ,interit 'on, making -"puppies
grow tulder;:andshauldee AM_ShOulder,
cry, "Hurrah for the ninnies, 'that believe
in gull itnineas and Levi Wiiilbury, - ,the,
111 .- d
-that's so gOoi or ye, and 46ii't pay
ye in - trash,:but the re-hard which
he has in his bags inade—arsold_cotton
raps,loci:ed . e' tliut
r:Jacis built. •: .
rritivn as any, Mar - clf
hare, and lately sent packing,_ for too free.
use of blacking, and for(ellinemore lies,
than Jas master_ thought-wise, yet - still
- bays the moon,-with .the. Very same tune,
and caotinues Jo-roar, and hatikei' for
niare,,.ofsue - loaves and the fishes, in Un
cle Sam's dishes, having 'swore:that
fu I t - folk s
shoe I (It - lull row hini",""the - Nato theyrawi
him, yet before he was older, was-tipped
the cold shoulder, ,off - lietOall and Ben ,.
-ton, won't lend hi n a cent or his best ex
pectations, of. any'more rations, because.
they all guess, he's quite out of the mess,-
-Ivlrit - N Levi Woodanry,..hands .out the
food flir ye, on account of- the bags, din
are full. of 'old rags, and lie in the house_
----- Tbii - old --- ran; - who - WaS - IlesVert an,
to be put in the 'Station, at the head, of
the natia, yetperfarmed'such a-wonder,
'by.. means of a tilunder, and by sticking
like — wax, to 01* Hickory's tracks, and
has stewed to his \ Wish, a fine kettle of
fish, with nonsensical babble, to plaster
_Uncle SaM'sLßanks, but discover-.
ed that Blair, wouldn't. do to a hair, and
su cui him adrift, in -a 'desperate shift,
while hard-hearted folks, stop his mouth
reciille e tiag_Ayftb curses.
when he talked of silk pars 4, all full of
the shiners, which,those can ing diviners,
Benton, Kendall; and Wo dbury, were to
conjatFilii/lood for ye,_ y a desperate
pull,-tram th'efockeli'iso full, of-simple
: Bull, -to • rePlenish the bags; now
stuiretrwijbAil rap; that" lie in the house
,This is Nick Biddle, who don't care
fiddle—stick's end fur, the fellow, whose'
coin is, mirk - 611AF; and has'n stnmg box,
too hard fur the knocks, which old. Hick-
My's club, sent rub-a-dup-ilub, down on
it like, thunder, for pure love of plunder;
yet all ) cotild . not smash, that depusite of
cash, which shallow Old . Van, has a tuna
. . , . . .
tieVati, : toMunge in_disasters,-disasters, pa
tent„shin-plasters,--believing the nation,
will owe its salvation, 'to. _Kendall and
Benton, who 'are only, intent on,. holding
fairby their•tolaces - , --- and - lieep - making
grimaces, to bamboozle and : fleece ye,-
who're believers . in specie, and Levi
Woodbar_y_ r -who-vawa-itU-notgood-forle,
,big, bags, that -are full of
old rags, that'lie r in the hoe that. Jack
built. . .-
This is poor Uncle. Sam, who was gull
ed by a . Sham, and . thought that his win
_ning,lwas_nicely beginning; and expected
moreover, •to. - walloW • in
.clover, but met,
hiiiimishaffii,,b 'listening'listening-to. 'chaps, who.
.a finl 'story,-abeint blazes
glory, bk . has : covered alas; that he's.
lieen-a huge ass,-and-perceives that.old
Vani - is by no means' the.rnan, to retrieve
the disasters, by means of, shin-plasters;
- and - that - Kendall - and Betiton,...deierii...
to be sent _On; a 'jaunt of disinission v for
their line impositiun—that each . preciouS.
pet;is completely upset, and, that tltebutti-,
hbagniguineas, can cheat-only- - the•inin-.
inie4 and that Woodbury's bagei witha.ll;
Abeirnld rags,' before . _matters- are:done,,
will AS mire as a gun, 'Upset the Old : Auntie
that Jack.built.-Boston-Courier. ' ''' - .
- INGULA4 The
Proclamation - of Mr..V.in Btiree, calling
Congress togeqier was
for 4s . ..terseness and ippapriet-y,isays--the
,Aihany'llaily Advertiser: Here kis.
. the Pre;sident of the U. S.
• . PROCLA'MATIO . N. .
Whereak great and - weighty matters
Claiming -the consideration .of the :Con
gress of the U. S. Torna an extraordinary
ccasion for cr 44- by :
these - prelenis, ant •
of September t i,ng,,at
the city of Washington; herebri.equiring
ihe- respective Setraters and Representa :
tiyes.hen aod there to assemye. in Con-,
grese, in order. to.receive sachfCcockinu - -
nications• as may' then be made to , theM,
and to corisult. 'and determine, such
measures, as,in their _Avisdornr may be
deemed meer . for the - welfare of the Uni
In Testimony - whereof, I have caused
the seal [L. s.] of the United States,. TO
be. hereanto,aflixed,lc signed the same"
with my hand:.'-
Done. at Washington, the fifteenth day
of May, in the year of our Ldrd, one
thousand, eight hundred and thirty
seven,..a.nd of the:lndependence oTahe
- United Slates-the sixty-first..- - •
• .1‘1.• VAN Bt./BEN.
By the:Preaidenl: • . .
JOHN Foils:. ro, - Seeretary, of State:
'And here° it Mr. :Jefferson's proclima
tion in • 1.807 calling'the extra session: of
:Conressword,for word the same? Ii
has. ften-been - the.. subj4r 1 :o mOdeFn
nt that . the ancients, have stolen'
all our 'cleas. This is another proof: ~,
WASHINGTON-CITY, July 31.
Pre.§ideitt of the U. 6". of JJ
WHEREAS great and weighty . mad=
ters claiming the consideration of the
CongreSs of the United States form an
extraordinary occasion for - convening
- them; -- I — dotb - Y -- these presents.= appoint
Mintday the twenty_ sixth dayof October
-nekt,-fori=4 heir7meeting — a - t - tire --- ILITVO
Was hin gto n h ere by, • reqt4ritig.„tve-Ilti- .
spettiVe - .Senititti&' Rekrelentaities
therralit - there to assemtiteiri C tigieSs, .
in - order,tct.receive such cOmmunications
as may then-tie made to - them, and to
consult.atid - determineott,stich•measures .
as in their wisdom maybe deetheameet
For the welfare of-the. United. States. '
In testimony whereof, I have caused
_ ' the'seal of United States io be'here.:
. unto'aftixect, and . sighed the same
ii•DOtte_at_i he-City - of Washington, Abe
, thirtieth-day -of- July _in - the -- year - of
our Lord onethousand eight- bun.'
second year of the Indepen.detice of.
• the U. States.
By the President.
JAMES MADISON, Secretary, of State.
GRAVE AND WEIGHTY MATTERS.-TO
rob the People of more-than' nine millions
of dollars! •
TO - issue ten millions
ernment shinpl tern;
To pay th ejght-dollar-a-day Co
gressman in• , "al and silver, rt t he
eight-dollar-a-monai labori!r; or - tlie
four-dollar-a 7 mooth revciltitionary pen:
sioner, in rage . : . .
, „.. .
To invent -a sub Treasury scheme.
_by . whiCh the spies of Government will be
Stationed all over the laud! "
. These are the "grave • and, weighty
matters" to consider-which Mr. V. Bu
rensummoned Congress.) Reader! wh',
do .0u think.of this ?--Ohio Reg:
From the Pennsylvania Telegraph.
NEW , JERSEY ERECT. ,
rescited that State from the grasp of Van Buren
Fe4ralism and Loco-Focoism.. Last year the Fe-
Aleralists had large majorities in b'oth - branches of
the Legislature. This, year, tater .the most despe
rate struggles ott — the,trart , of the
- retain%theurwer, the Democrats have elected
35 members of. Assembly and 10 councillors, and
the Federalists 18 members of Assembly, and six
councilors, On joint ballot the Democrats have
21, over the Van Buren Federalists and Loco-Po.
co's. A glorious victory, truly! • The result in
-the counties_ is asfollowst—
Whig.- • Fed P: 13:
Council.. Assem. Council. Assern
() 0 1 • 1
0 0 .1 • ~A 3
1 • 5 - • • 0 0
Bergen. .. •
10 ,:• .s 5
- . ,
• THE .GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS..
We learn by.the Eoston - Allas that the Legis.
ganizesl by-electing the Hon. SoLagoa- . A. Foo
Speaker, bye 'majority of 3p. The vote stood for
the Democratic Anti-MisoUic dandidate, 123; for
th# Federal MirdinalcTan-Buren candidate; 93z , -
showing -a - ' Democrilic Anti ' Masonic increase
since last year.. . • •
The • votes for Ethrernor L were counted, and
found to be.as follows:' •.• • •
For Silas. H. Jenison, (W,)' 22,260
For Wiz . C. Bradley, (V, B.) 17,730
1 - aj - firity for Jeniitclii,
Last year , the vote stood:—
' For Jellison, - --
For Bradley, • •
7 enis-Un'tmajority, . .
The Aiainiaiong and - Whige have also an increased
majority.in the Seifate, making an increase major.
ity in each branch •of the _Government 'at„ , the
: State.- All hail to - the Green - IDi - ' Boys !
- . -- -
A h l.oving heart encloses Withinj Affin
unfading and eternal Eden.. Hype is like
a bad: c,lock;,for - e*:Eitriking the hour of
happineis,'whetlier if,has come_or.not.
of dollars in
TO 1 . 1)1 - E ., ,'YOUNG MEN, 0.0 OOMBErit.AND
, • • ' couyrr.___
By the directinh of the Dortientioirivecently as
sembled at_Shippenslitx, we address you on the
sub . • oCrenvernice. As the volurninons doer
meats that have already appeared! oil this 'sub;
ject already, indicate at. once the iniportabee and
the, difficulty of brevity; we' shall - proceed,.with
out luirttier _preface, to' the duty assigned•iie—in
the- perforinance of 'Which ; we truist . that;' as. the
• rgan or the, body by which we ate appointed;
_pardoned in the occasioAl !pie. of a
style of. address, which . Might bot become- us. if;
ouffililiVislual aapacityr , --- - --- ..,... •___ , -
The reports Which were presented to the con
f...,)...,vari0us societies represented
In.itwhite'they show. lhat, throughout the conh
ty, great gned• has been derived.from the Tempe
rance refisrunkioit, declare, at the Same-time; that.
liftle; is now- doing to fiurther its ad ranceinent.-:-
The causes of this were also gatisfartirify exhilii:
teth to, the convention. . The adVbciutes' or Tempe,
ranee have -slackened their ands-- the Members
'of the' Jlifferesit • soCietics hare, in too many. in
.stanceS; actedinconSistently.• Is.it noiliine, then,
-that-We were_'arou ed""to 'a sense ofthe, danger. of
this noble enterprise; and . hindly summoned to
'rally in its defence. 'Tlic venerated men whose
Wisdffin, sunder God, devisech , and- whosb energy
lath hitherto, sustained this reformatioMmill soon
have ceased from their. labcir, and "gone to their
reward,—and if Aue, whO ate to i supuily their pia:
ces in'society, do not, catty our ,their measures,
the. work must- stop; the fountains of !siker). and
Weal'', that•have been-dried up, will-again spring
fintlu in' move copious stream:; the wide-spread
Hooch which has partially abated, will again swell
and rise With fearful rapidity; and a.relaup4e, more'.
formidable than the, original - disease, - wall resukx_
the "last state" of the country "worse
first.'! 0 . . .
Merit .are you prepared for this? . ._ Arc
roe prepared fur it? For it is-upon rob - that'
the respqnsibiliiy of such an event, if it comes, must
rest: upon you its dreadlid - consequences - will NIL
-Does any-one-shrink-at the anticipation of-such -a
result? Let' hint remember that, if tie do not
persoriattlyaid in preventing it, the Tact thatipturiy ,
be.aVerted-by the blessing 'of-God upon the ex- i
ertions Wolluers, will not• extequate the guilt of ,
his 'own . indifference. We - repeat it,-lhe man!
-who-does-noti-in'suelr a - niannei - 411-satisfiftlie .
demands' Of his . conscience and of his. Ciadjalre_
part in preventing the evils of intemperaVei, incurs
the guilfof promoting them. — ~ "He titans not .tv ith'
rne -- . iS-against nue."... -
_,then. shall the present success of the
TeirMeranee cause be• secured ! and its ultimate
triumphbe.hastencil? That this cannot he effect:
_est consistently_With_she-use-L - of-Alisi died-liquors,
is - now :ArruoTt''univqrsay - conceded.' Although
vast numbers- have - as yet hided to fact on this
gTotitol - „yet _ in (heory,--tlffiwever,lncoosrateot it .
may be' witlfatrite,,svaise of Mriral °litigation, ititti
however degrading` in - /tin:or that his principles
-mid practice should not
tiny there are -few who will denV the vouttoo
'lrk. imlividttai -who Should sntrempt at t us day,
to vindicate•the use, in any degree, of ariltMt spi
rits, by men in health, must-sliw. Itimself stramm,
Ay- ignorant of' therectirtirlif history, and of the
discoveries, of - medical 'science. .And -- he Who,.
amid the blaze of fight that has_ been thrown tiVon
thii sUbject; will still iiffinige 'in the "practice,
must find some other reason. than want of infor
mation—must assign sortie other reasouthan love - ,
of-Coulitry,'or of - las' fellow man. - 7 -- -, - --:
. The only question _that 'wow - seems to admit of
arkuity•ot, is, - wiliet - hef.:the , use - :offeemenial ii ,
(1111011;; as a beverage, s'llituld also be proscribed.
' On thi , s - . poinrit - variety of sentirpent e'xists,-atict
-wirrtre , good. o.odiwise'm - i6i7lt ifferrji -- be --- Ctititi. - Witni
us to. dogmatize.. Stil; as this isa;tibject in. which
-more- than-ma-I.e- °pillion - is -invOlved, : we—may
claim :t our indulgence if we'es - press the caudall
c( tyiction of' Ctir own Minds, sustained as it is by_
to almost mianiinoutt voice - of the Conventitin,
by advocating the affirmative of the'itteation:
in. doing so, however, we must. beg leave to
Se,,arate this from - other questiois with which it
hay.been iniwarruntably . associated, arid which
alone, in reality, mist . of. the objections thatare
otsuallfurged, have - any - bearing— Wltep, there
fore, we niaintain,that the suppression of - intem- -
perance requires total abstinence front fermented
as well as,distilled liquors, as a beve'age, we do
not mean, and no one has 'a right to say that we
mean, to interfere with their use
_culinary purposes; because in none
of tl se.ways are they. used aa.,a,-.Keyerrige_. - Nor,
aga n, do we mean to assert that the nroderatemse
of tch drink, is in itself a sin; although, when
we enacmber the solemn declaration, "to hint i
that knoweth to do good,tind doeth it not, to him!
it is a sin," we dare not affirm that us incurs no!
I . lovho eitherrefirses to consider the propriety
abandoning. it _altogetlp;r—or, whet), convinced
ofitrefuses to do so. We know that many 'would
-i,, „,t,s,„ to all dismission of this point, by adds-,
cing the example of some of the most eminent oil,
the primitiflB - church, arid even of our 5.6 iour-
himself, when -on ea-th, in favor of the use oft
wine. - -, Oor - limits . will not permit a fa exannina- I
tion of this objecitionwhich, as it is often made'
.by canscientious.men, ougM 4 Tot,,,..aa it can be, 1
. It will be sufficient, for the present, - to-say-io-
Mich, that although the higitunthority which they
bring forward, most forever preclude the denim
ciation 'Witte practice av, in itvelf, morally wrong;
,(which reason itsell y wiffirmt such anthor2thwoutC
-- dit - tifficyyet it.ta.a'Seri esti
taLquon whether, if St. 1
Paul, when the'l - wine Of that day was not near in
strong as our owo,and even that drank in a greatly. !
diluteti.s(ate, (genes fly three parts water to two
of wine,)—if he, who kneW the hill force and ex.
heist of the' exaniple of his brethren, and of- his
.Lonn, could never tireless say--"It -is good neither '
terdrink Wine, not , any thing wnerLify thy brother
stumbled', or. is often deail;or is livatle weak;"
and if the same holy apostle couldrecommend it
to Timothy. - (who it • aeems, abstained 4mtirely,)
on y as a medicine, it is, we say-, a question whe
ther, in our day, when Elie inhilicating principh..
is found in the most .intoxic.iting ' forms, , awl is
presenting its sedoctivewttractionSat every turn,
1 it ; does not - become 'not only Food, hut. necessary,
, neither to drink wine, nor anyqlting Whereby_our
1 brother sttunbleth. - . '
• The proposition then, we repeat it, which we
advocate, is simply—entire absliaeace from all :fer
mented and dish/led liq'aors, as a beverage. To
sustain. this We shall enter into no learned disqui
sitions on their chemical-
,prdperties. There, - are
rAcTs enough within the knowledge of every, in
dividual, to answeir all our purposes., . Who does
not know that ferdnented liquors,. whether wine,
beer, ale or cider; can, and often 'do :intoxicate?
—that. their use creates an appetite. which, fre
quently, cannot •be satisfied, without deeper
draughts, - oratronger drink? And iirpriatif r offfitic
- how few are the men who "have acquired, a relish.
for them, that have.not,:at some time, been Over
come. -and where is the reformed • - drunkard that
fititTififf - feraisfdiTiffilifialfatits, inieContinued
to tamper with any king of intoxicating drink? .
With thes.'t faets : adrrlitted, though. Ir.-Fray not
be consistent with the office assigned us, to say to_
the jinlier-Sir, the - wine that mrculatesiet - your
table, and the • beer .or the cider that enlivens
your evening circle, though theypay not aver
poWer your own stable `habits, are introducing
your on to, all the disgusting and - corrupting Inc,
.fluences Of .the bar-room and the grog-shop; and
though it be not for 1113 to' the Chi•isliati--k
Brother, your moderate drinking iii quoted as a
:sanction for many an inebriating dratightf yet we
will say to him, whom - especially,we ardsonunis !
sioned to / Address— •
YoUrge Matc,.beware of indtilging iri•that w rich
- canilo you no good,-and may do you much par .
Is not the dread-0 'a.singte case of. intoxication
sufficient tolleter you from a course that may lead
toit-1. , ..And when to,thiSyou add the danger of a
repetition until the habit is confirmed, who does
not shudder at the idea? Do you spurn the tho't
,with indignation, and exelaiiii, with the Syrian
Captain, • !.aml a dog;that I . should do this great
thing?'', , Remember that that same Haittel, on the
,veryttextday; murdered his king-,---and take care;
lest ,you also, in the midst of your confidence,
by 'hands of a - destrayer,_who has nutabered - ,
amting his victims the,mightiest or nien:'''Hui iI
you will not• fear for youraelet think of the in,
••,-. -- - . - terests of-others. - KUOW. -- you of noire of your -
youthful associates, who, yielding to -an influence
.1 Which you may have been able toTreSist. is disho
inuring his father; and breaking the heart or. this',
.Smotner—squander ing his property, and lihtsting
hiS . .prospectst — A - nct can--you consent 4 to afford
him the slightest ~counit 'lance by' your example,
howeverlsafe.you - itnay_lancr.it to:_lie foryourselP7 — ,
Hot it is time our remarks were &awing to - n
close.., iVe cannot conclude, however, Without •
insisting upon dprinciple, the - ifi:glect of Which.:
we fear, is a great hindrance to' the success of the .
Temperance Reformation. 1., it ~,is not the iigning . .
. oll.,the 'refill) erotic e- ple:lge,,b tit. its 03er:1a:ice that •
is'to secure 'our, object - The merely joining a:
Te in perilnce Society will no. more insure a•mitn!sr
- preservation--than beimc - F - 1 Member of :the visible • ,
Cliorch of Christ en earth will entitle him to a'seat
-in Heaven: The nle l dge is the...profession olLour.7 — •
faith, the joining a iloc.iLty.,,is the confirming of our'
TreWeMti - cm. - -and. the extemting of on's: - Menem:xi:l. '•
hits both 'wilt_ be, .alike.,ineffeetual it . without the
strictest consistency het ween.. 011 C, peore,SSlo63lld
our practice. Let not him not then, who has'uni- •
led; hiniSelf to a' Temperance,- Society,. suppose '
t hid liefis- therefore perfectly safe. - Let liiin , be , •
aware of 'those: temptations' whicff.hdie, in ma ,
nrinstances. - proved tho strong-fee. the moSt`iti'..
Haus promi'se, and the; most Sacred pledge. '-And , •
halite' endearmentsiff the domestic - circle : Mate:-
high and ennobling plearSures of litirature and_____
- scienceand.:abbve all, i"lt theboly joys of_tt re-
generate and purified heart, let' him seek a.itappi- -,_
ness that shallnever cloy, but which shall survive
when the frantic merriment - tif_ine.briatiod shall " '...
hive - been -exchanged- for "Wading andgnashing • . -
Of tedth." "I' ' ' It0141R;I'.. EMORY. . '
GLO. M. I'IIiLLIPS. -
.. - .
Correspondettne of the. New York Herald. '• •
- - - 2 Glorious Nortrs — Defoot of tho , .
' ... Thoorganizors.
The bill of abinninations, thank - God, is laid up- •
on. the: . table by • a-vote of 120 to 107. Huzza for •
the glorious .18!• They,have_dared to throw- thein-:=-
eel VeS in the breach made in the walls of the Con
' stitution by the ,disorganizers, and• saved ' tho
country. • ..What tt ai the ditierce Gill? A bill to '
destroy con vet ttble batik' paper and to sUbStitute
gold ..tid silver therefor. 11. ithuut Mr: Calhoun's
amendment, it was nothing. It involved a mein '
-question-of policy-as to - the - keeping - of - the public --
moneys. But-when it undertook- to -say what' -
those moneys, shpuld be, then it struck at the root .., .
of our prosperity,and liberty. Thenlit became a •
bill of abotnittations,lhat will, in all luturetime tt i '
I stink in the 'nostrils el the freeman and the true - .'; ..
l_Ainericati..._long.may..u. liempou_the-speakees .-
i table !. Tliere-let it remain as- the7lnonumeutof •.•
1 -a-deep mid dolk• conspiracy, against the social 1110-
,neyed and political institutions cif the U. States. •
- But to the proceedings of this inerig.. -This--
is no - 'place to indulge in reflections upon the
monstious and wicked- amenduients of John C.
Calhoun. Your intelligent and 'hundred thou- -
- sand readers" are fully capable of 'tul_ini• for - '•
i:ll . r`i'El .7 .1 . 11ey will rebuke-.those: iliai pre-.
sutned to rote tor tire. destruction of their dear- -; '
' ' es.
littierests_Late last night,-1441..,-.M5,-Wiso; - . .--------".
finished hispe -;'
ech,.‘1.0% ,- ;1 1 / 1 - thleAus: read that
stp,eethy. L •end their. eyes will be%tully opened le-the
en . ortnity
• of the
,desigits.of. Martin .Part Burma & •-
bank - paper - destroYing-bill to the - 111a se without,. ,_._.
amendment:. The uppOsition had filet rut tied to
force.a direct vote Wpon'il, but last ev ning their
- -tucties-were- changed. it. %vas asce tallied that
the conservatives their, name w ill go down to-. -
posterity.witlfglory & liodoi,lwonl votefar lay,- •
ing,the bill on the table:- - Mr. Sh rrod William's, .
-when the bill was . ..celled-up, made. this"-motion. .
Mr Camlierleng iininvdiately moved a - cail Of - • .
'the llouse% -Previous - to this operation, - Mr. -- . - -7--,...
IClarke ofNew - York - cbrielly slat edrija plueetione - , -`
to the hill as destructive:of - the social; futitreyed -: " -- ----'
,- and..politicarinterests of the ceuntry; and eall het
rwOultivote - to place it ou the,speakilr's table. The
at es and' nays Were then .token, and a call of the -
. 1 ,:li on se; - ..vrzsorittril. TwojiirTigt.VT - Mi.reiglileett , :.7.=.•- . . -
Members iniswe ed to their names. '
. Thefioots _were thew closed.-1u a few- minutes ' .
tour, ef the absentees appeared; -. After several ex-
cuses which were received by the house; Mr. - •
-Canibreleug - moved ft) Nuveini the further cal'- -,- .._
The eyes: and 'it •ys . were .taken merely to give -..-- - ,
tinie -to other 'gentlemen fo.come id. The call -'- ..
was suspended. . • '
~ , r
. Dixon 11. Lewis of Alabama; the elephantine .
member, got at this juncture . We"a - Nd in between -,- ,z, '
the typos. is and friends of thehill.- - .llecried.out , -
Trustily for mercy. ' , lle wanted Mr. Williams
. -withdraw- his -motion-• to. lay- on-the-tablefere•
moment, that he might state his views. • Williams
I would not consent. Finding that the,oPposition
pressed f.o hard upon-him, and
..the v adimuistra-
Licht being. the Weaker obstructioK it gave way,
and Mr. Lewis fell into the lailks of the latter.....— , ----:-
ills dilemma amused tile House very much.
.the 'vote, the < trial• ...Alembers col- •
tented 'in squads to take..duwio the votes. You - -
could hear a pin drop; as the clear voice of 'the
Clerk reiousided through the hail. • The v ery . mo
etal that the naive of Thomas Jones Yorke was •
uttered, a liffebroke through,fhe.house indicating
unexpected a success. The Speaker rose, and said
in his clear, satisfactory instiller-ayes 1 . 20; noes ' '
107 ./So the motion to lay on the table prevails.
9 - eat sensation in the galleries. - They were -
-crowded. . .
, .. .
Mr. Lewis , now rose, and wished to call up the •
bill. •The Speaker-told him it could.not be done ~ - •.
until atter other business had been before' the . .
house. He moved to .adjourn—lost. Now-I •
move to take up the bill. It is out of order, said •
—00 e those - whp-voted-inAhe_alfirmative.lll9- ..___: .
ved to reconsider. This motion,' it was moved . -
by sonic one V4te,to lay on the table. Ayes 119
—noes 106.; $o a second tithe the, obnoxious bill
received a kick in the tiltiO. May. rit....nev.er_sur,......__
live ilie olow.
- The house wentAnto committee on the-.Depo 7 . ---
site Bank it lief Bill. Several members consum- . '
ed the ,day in speaking. .
It is now nine, I'. M. Both houses are in sea
sion.—The galleries are crammed tvith. pretty '
women and eni ious 'Men. The Deposite Bank ••• • - .
Relief Bill is still in committee. Mr.: clianitier.---.-....
!mtg has brought in an appropriation bill. The - '_..
gold is out, as Mr: Wlie says, and money must be. - .
had to pay for the extrab...)AAtik.llisitall the ha. , '
'siness will ber"fiTliPirto.niglit,-so that on • Mo n - . . .
: day the houseewill.metel,) meet, to adjourn. .
, The lasCnight.of the se,ssio nother time. n •, . •
is a CUllollilailair: In'tny next; a g Mk. accoupL,
r-IVe.hinha battle in the ladies' gal ery thin eve=ning.. Result—One coat fora to tatters. i. •
.. - , ~ ~, •
THE . SUB—TREASURY SCHEME DE,.-
... Our readers will learn with plcsure that Mr.
Van ;Wren's Loco Foco scheme' of turning the '. , I
National Treasury into an
,jincnense. banking-- . .
house, with its thousand*ol/irrespOnsilde agents .
and saaried officers scattered over the.country,
has been defeated • in the House af...itepresenta '
'fives, by a majority of-THIRTEEN VOTES, not.. _ y
withstanding the Near York conservatives were -• _
whipped into the service of thel'residetit:'"The .
-vote_stoodi_ott.inatiowth twin thetattle,,-. - ,..
- For theillit •
.. , s , • -- 107 --
•-• ' Agains t-it, , I 120 .
'77=_Wijeriff again st-the -7 8114 - 77 - • L 3 •
ThWiesult maybe looked upon as the death-
of• Loco roaoithih.nit_nurabers'
the:days °Liar: Van Hureil.' It declares that the • •
aetlitte - of - powerhas - dep - arted:Tifiain'ilie head's of
the .NutiOnal Adfninistration, acid that the Repre- '
selitatives of the: People will .not be the Supple. •
tools of a new dynasty to aid in the reign of new
humbugg. -Reason has resumed Sher seat again ipj ,
, the'misids•of Many, tintl• ere another year passes
away, 'others be taught a profitable Jessok
upon-pidlitical , economy antl htunbugs, - at thiltaf
tot•boxes, by their 'baste's, TilE PEOPLE.— -
• Peansyluania Telegraph: •
- ^1 be Members of the. Marlon
- Rifle Company, will take notice.
;Allot the annual, Appeal' fik said
CoMpanY• .will, be held at the
• house of George Aughinbaugh,
on the first-Mend:ly, (being the
Gth, day,) . of November next,,
between the hours of 8 and 12
- o'clock A. M. . " •
. G. B,RAIsIDEBURY;
Oct, 24, 18574
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