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THEODORE H. CREMER.
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W. 11. It IL M. Kim: um:
WILLIAM 11, NC NS& CO,
HAVRE DI: GRACE., MARYL AND
uutVVIN Cr taken t lie large an d
ous Wharf and situated di
rectly on the Canal It , ar,7 prepared
to receive cousignmelits of pitch lur tran
shipment or sale.
A general assortment of S ee. ,
enthisting of Loaf and Prowl, tine; ies, ti,
Mulasaes, Sperm Oil nod Canides, White,
Yellow and Brown Soil., Fish, silt, P;asfer,
&c., together with till kinds of Spines and
Paints—and also ready made Chrhing will
he kept constantly no hand and disposed of
on city terms or exchanged for country pro.
duce, Coal, &c.
April 19 184.3,-sm.
THE GIRARD LIFE INSURANCE,
(C; DILIZA 7t,"
Or 1 3 11116.1 D 111.1.
Office No. 159 flaenut Street.
Make insurances of lives, grant anninuities
and Endowments, and receive and execute
Hates for insuring $lOO, nn a single life.
Age. For 1 year, For 7 years, For life,
20 $0 91
so ni $0 95 $1 77
1 36 2 36
40 1 69
SO 1 R 3 3 20
60 VP. • 419
EXAMPLE:—A person aged 30 years, by
paying the company 81 31 would secure to
his family or heirs $lOO, should he die in one
year—or for 813 10 ne secures to them 9:000
Or,for 613 60 annually for 7 years, he se
cures to them 91000 should he die during
the 7 years—or fir i 123 60 paid annually du
ring life he provides for the in WOO dollars
whenever he dies— for $65 50 they wculd re
ceive 5000 dollars, should he die in me year.
Further particulars respecting Life Insur
ance, Trusts, nr management of Estates and
property confided to them, may be had at
B NV. RICII ARDS. Pi esident,
J". 40. F. J.% MF,i, Actuary.
Phil'a. April 19, 1843.-6 m.
DAY, GERRISH & CO.
GENERA IL PRODUCE,
Commission mul For•wardln
Granite Stores, lower side of Race street,
on the Delaware, Philadelphia.
114 ESPECTFULIX inform their friends
414 and the merchants generally, that thy
have taken the large Wharf mid tsranite
Front Stores, known ns Ri.igrivay's Stores,
immediately below Race street, is .nitlition
to their old wharf, where they will con
tinue the produce commission be ,h ia • ss , as
also to receive and forward goods to all prints
on the Juniata, and North and West branches
of the Susquehanna Rivers. via. the Tide
Water, and Pennsylvania, and Schuylkill and
This establishmeht hr's many advantages
Over any other in the city in point of room
unit convenience fur the accommodation of
boats and produce. Being one of the largest
wharves tin the D.:law:ire, and the stores
extending from Water strict to Del“ware
Front. Five or six [mica; may at the same
time be loading tout discharging. The usual
facilities will he given on all consignments
entrusted to their charge, which will he thank
fully received and meet with prompt atten
tion. Salt, Fish mid Plaster, constantly nn
hand and for sale at the lowest market price
J. Ridgway,E'q. I Brock, son & Co
Jicob Lex & Sun Waterman &Osbourn
11 1 1 .6. rd & Alter Scull & 'Plicaupson
ilson. Seitirr & Bro E .1 Ettit,g & tiro
Barcrott & C n Morris, Patt,rson & co
Lon er & Barrow.
J & J Milliken A & G Blimyer
Patterson & Horner J McCoy, Etq.
Stewnrt & ITorrell E W Wilke, Esq.
February 8, 1841—Gin.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leghorn and Mayeav L'.;omicts,
PALIDLEAF AND LEGHORN lIATS.
Merchants and others from Huntingdon
and adjacent places, are respec•Ful;y requts
ted to call and examine the stock t , f the above
kinds of goods, which is full and extensive,
and which will be sold at prict s that will
give satisfaction to purchasers, at No. 168
Market, street south-east corner of 5 Lb street,
GEb. W. & LEWIS , ' B. TAYLOR
Pila. Feb. 6,1811.-6 mo.
N EATI. I I EXECUTED
.17 1 TIIIS OFFICE.
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we published saltar time s:nce the best song that
had appeared Fine tbc t: ,it to I.AO, sung at
t is the licit hest find has
o:Tenred. G,1:11 the, pea ofiiie Rev. W. Brown
low of the Joncsburg (Tenn.) Whig—ono of ii
never Lire coons, who is r.joieing at the recent vic
tory in his own 6tate, in which he was one of the
principal actors. lie mug of the Whig, is embel
lished with a cut of a coon in a high tree, before
A. I walked out dis arternoon,
To git a drink by do light of de moon,
Dar I see dat same Old Coon'
A Hittite on a tree—
A sittin' on a lreo,
A sittin' on a tree,
A satin' on a tree—
And looking. worry glad.
Says Ito him, 4 wot make you grin ?
De Loki.; f my you're drad as sin ;
But (far you is—de same old skin—
A sittin' on de tree, &c.
Oh course I nr,' snys lie, and ROOD
Do NVltign will sing de good old tune
About worry Rune Old Coon,' -
A sittin' on de tree, dee.
When Massa It. nu 1 sox--blens his soul'?
Be.pt the great Whig ball to roll,
Why here I sot, and see de whole
A sitter(' on de tree, &e.
Ono ting dar was in did eanipain
I hope to Heiler 14. , spin—
It gives dis Old Coon so much pain—
A sitiin' on de tree, &e.
Lookin' worry' bad.
'De way 'OM Weto'd' take you in,
I oilers thought would ho a sin:
It ahnotta made me shed my skin,
Wjiile siuin' on de tree, &c.
I Lookin' mighty mad.
Now iSlen Ant gat into de fray,
flat i 4! be foie& many a day,
And end in 'lming hussy (Aar,
I'll bit upon dis tree, &c.
Lookin worry glad.
Arid de t, t hope, II you put on
Your flag de name of any one
Wid his'n,:twill be an 'honest John,
Or else not none nt. all !
SAME OLD COON.
So says die
ri:.7::l7.ai A.Z\VZ 0 ITO.
From the London Literary Museum.
A Wale of love and Happiness.
DEDICTED TO TUE WHOLE .ACIIELOR TM RE.
"The treasures of the deep aro not so precious
As the concealed comforts of a man
Lock'd up in woman's love. I scent the air
Of blessings, when I come but near the house;
What a delicious breath marriage sends forth,
The violet bed's not sweeter."
I have often had occasion to remark the fortitude
with whirls woman sustains the most overwhelming
reverses of fortune. Those disasters which break
down the visit of a man, and prostrate him in the
dust, seem to call forth all the energies of the softer
sex, and give such intrepid elevation to their char
acter, that at times it approaches to sublimity.—
Nothing can be snore touching than to behold a soft
and tender female, who had been all weakness and
dependence, and alive to every trial of roughness,
while treading the prosperous paths of life. sudden
ly rising in mental farce, to be the comforter of her ,
husband under misfortune, abiding wills unshrink
ing firmness the bitterest blasts of adversity.
I was 01120 congratulating a friend who had
around in m a blooming family, knit together in the
strongest affection. " I can wish you no better lot,"
said he, with entins.iasm, "than to have awvife and
children. If you are prosperous, they are there to
share your prosperity; if otherwise, they are to
comfort you. And indeed, I Isaac often observed
that a starriest mass, falling into misfortunes, is more
apt to retrieve Isis situation in the world than a sin
gle one, partly because he is snore stimulated to ex
ertion by the necessities of the helpless and beloved
beings who depend upon him for subsistence, but
chiefly because Isis spirits are soothed and relieved
by domestic endearments."
'rhea. observations call to mind a little domestic
story, of which I was once a witness. My intimate
friend Leslie, had married a beautiful and accom
plished girl, who hail been brought up in the midst
of fashionable life. She had, it is true, no fortune,
but that of lily friend was ample and he delighted
is the anticipation of indulging her in every elegant
pursuit, in administering to those delicate tastes and
fancies that spread n kind of witchery about the sex.
"Her life," said he, "Mull be like a fairy talc."
'rho difference in their characters produced an
harmonious combination. ide was of a romantic
and somewhat serious cast—she was of life and
gladness—l have often noticed tho mute rapture
with which ho would gaze upon her in company, of
which her sprightly powers made her the delight;
and how, in the midst of applause, her eye would
still turn to him, as if there she sought favor and
It was the mishap of my friend, however, to have
embarked his fortune in a large speculation, and ho
had not been married many months, when, by a sm.
ee,:on of authltn d:sasters, it was swept from him,
... found him reduced to almost penury. For ! He was nave going to the cottage, where his wife
a time he kept his situation to himself, and went I had been all da y sni'erintending its "rangement•—
nbout with a haggard countenence and a breaking M y feelin g s I ' d been stron g l y interested in the
of this progros , sfatuity story, and as it was a fine
heart. Ills life was but a protracted agony; rind
what rendered it inure insupportable, was the ne- evening, I °ff " Pil tin a'cumi''"Y him'
eessity of keeping up a smile in lie presence of his He was weaied with the fatigues of the day, and
wife, fur he could not bring himself to overwhelm as he walked out fill into a lit of gloomy musing.
her with the news. She saw, however, with the "Poor Mary !" at length broke with a heavy sigh
quick eyes of infection, that all was not well with from her lips.
hint. She marked his altered looks and stifled sighs, "And what off her?" asked I, "has she repined
slid was not to be deceived by his sickly and vapid at the change i"
attempts at cheerfulness. Site tasked all her spright. " Repined ! she has been nothing but sweetness
and good humor I Indeed, she seem in better spir
ly powers and lender blandishments to win him back
its than I hane ever seen her; she has been to lac
to happiness, but she only drove the arrow deeper
into his soul. all love, and tenderness, and comfort."
At length he came to me one day and related hie "Achnirable girl," exclaimed I. "You call
whole situation in a tone or the deepest despair.— Yl'rsell. pose, my friend; you never were richer—
When I had heard hint through, I inquired, " Does
you never new the boundless treasures of excel
your. wife know all this'!" At the question be burst lance you pc , siestiod in that woman "
into an agony of tears. "For God's sake!" cried " 011, but toy friend, if this first meeting at the
cottage was user, I think I could be comfortable.
he, "if you have any pity on rile, dmi't location
But this is h. -r first day of real experience. She
my wife; it is the thought of her that drives me al
most to inadneas !" • ' has been introduced to an humble dwelling; been
She must know it
"And why not!" said I.
employed all day in arranging its miserable equip-
sooner or later, you cannot keep it long front lie, meats—she has fur the first time known the fa
and the intelligence may break upon her in a titers tigues of being obliged to do domestic employment t
startling manner than if imparted by yourself. She ' --she has fel the first time looked around her on a
will soon perceive that something is secretly Pre , Ms ; !route destitute of every thing elegant—nlinost of
every thing convenient, and may now be sitting
upon your mind, and true love will not brook re
serve;down exhausted and spiritless, brooding over a'
it feels under -valued anti outraged, when
even the sorrows of those it loves are concealed i prospect of future P nyert Y" "
from it." . There woo a probability in this picture that I
" 0, my fiend, but to think what a blow I am to I could not gainsay, so we walked on ill silence.
give all her future prospects--how lam to strike her I After turning from the main road up a narrow
very soul to the earth, by telling her that her has- I lane so thie,,!y shaded in forest trees as to give it a
band is a beggar—that site is to forego all the d complete pis of seclusion, we came in sight of the I
games of life—all the pleasures of society—to sink 1 cottage. It was humble enough in its appearance
with me into indigence and obscurity." for the most pastoral poet; and yet it bad a pleasing-
I saw grief was eloquent, and I left it have ha rum-al look. A wild vine overrun one end with a
flow, for sorrow relieves itself by words. When ! profusion M foliage; a few trees threw their branch
his paroxysm had subsided, and he had relapsed : PS gracefully over it, and I observed several pots of
into moody silence, I resumed the subject gently, 1 flowers tastofully disposed about the door and on
and I urged hint to break his situation at once to I the grass fat in front. A small wicker gate open
his wife. He shook his head mournfially, but po- lel „pan a se,t-prith that wound through smite ahrub
1 bery at the ,!nor. Just as we approached, we heard
Paused :ni !,
.. sten( .1. It tvi , a . Nitly:s yoice,.singing
"But how are you to keep it from her ? It is the .."" , • 1.1 , ; , , Leslie grasped my ann. We
necessary she should know it, that you may take
, have I , in 'l sli t 'l,' ' rnist'*l -s iktileirsF.-"&i' se7 "so-- • --.
"don't let that afflict you. I ain sure ou ; . .
lard to hear more distinctly. His stepa
never placed your happiness in outward show—yet i
' node a Hulse on iite graVelled ' vitalk. A bright
hair, yet friends who will not think the worse of ' beautiful fimeaglaneed out of the window and van
you for being less splendidly- lodged; mid surely it I ;
tatted a light footstep was heard, and Mary came
does not require a palace to be happy with Mary."
tripping forth to meet us—she was in a pretty rural
"I could be happy with her," cried he, convul
; dress of white. A few wild flowers were twisted in
Her whole countenance be ed with smiles. I had
her fine hair. A fresh bloom was on her cheek.—
p si o v v e e lY rt ' y " e i n n d a tl i l l e in d ' u l s ! t— l dust— o could— h G li o li d er b i l:::
her! God bless her!" cried lie, bursting into a
never seen her look so lovely.
transport of grief and tenderness.
"My dear George," cried she, "I am so very
" And believe me, any friend." said I, stepping up
glad you ate come. I have been watching and
and grasping him warmly by the hand, "believe
watching for you, and running down the lane and
looking out for you. I have sat out a table under a
me she can be the came with you. Ay, more ... it .
will call forth all the Intent energies anti fervent
sympathies of her nature, for she will rejoice to tree, behind the cottage, and I have been gathering
prove that she loves you for yourself.
; ; some of the most delicious strawberries, fur I know
There ' n I you are fond of them, and wo have such excellent
! cream—and every thing is so sweet and still there.
every woman's heart a spark of heavenly fire which , -
lies dormant in the broad daylight of prosperity, !
0 . ,
. ! ,;
said site, putting her
but which kindles up and seems to blaze in the dark '
looking up brightly in bin face, within his, and
"oh ! we shall be
hour of adverity. No man known what the wife !
am, happy !"
of his bosom is; no man knows what a ministering
Poor Leslie was overcome. He caught her in
angel she is, until he has gone with her through 1
m his bosom—lie folded his arras around her ; he kis
the fiery- trials of the world."
1 sed her again and again ; he could not speak, but
There was something in the earnestness of my t h e tears gushed into his eyes. lle has often as
language that caught the aseite/I imagination of sured me that though the world has since gone
Leslie. I knew the auditor I had to deal with i , prosperously with him, and his life has indeed been
a happy one, yet never has he experienced tt moment
of each unutterable felicity.
and following up the ingression I hod made, I
finished off by persuading him to go house and un
burden his sad heart to his wife. I must conk,.
notwithstanding all I had said, I felt a little solici
tude for the result. I could not meet Leslie the
next miming without trepidation. He had made
"And how did she bear it 1"
Like an angel. It seemed rather to Ice a relief
to her mind, for he threw her arms around my
neck and asked me if that was ull that had mule
me unhappy. But, poor girl," added he, she can
not realize the change we must undergo. She had
no idea of poverty but in the abstract; site has only
read of it in poetry, where it is allied to love. She
feels us yet no privation—she suffers no loss of ac
customed conveniences nor elegancics. When we
come particularly. to experience its sordid cares, its
paltry wants, its petty humiliations, then will be the
"But," said I, "now that you have got over the
severest task, that of breaking it to her, the sooner
you let the world into the secret the better. Hnve floANat ront , x,il, Gentlemen,' said a student
•it r" extremely insalubrious to inhale the obnox•
the courage.to appear poor, and you diearm porettv
of its sharpest sting." On this point I found 1,410 effluvia which arises from the cadaverous can
perfectly prepared, Ile had no false pride himself, ean' of a defunct horse:' On. another occasion,
when asked where ho wan walking,' ho replied,
end no to his wife, she was only anxious to conform
to their altered fortunes. merely perambulating miscellaneously through
Santo days afterwards he called upon me in the sPace."
evening. He hod disposed of his dwelling-Iton,, Diseounss.— , Does you sing, manor l' said Joe
and token a small cottage in the country, a few a m" Faber one day to a charming female acquaintance.
from town. He had busied himself all day in sen- returned the fair one, " I never sings, but
ding out furniture. The new establishment requir-
baby does, and when he does, I vistles him to sleep!"
ed but a few articles of the simplest kind. All the
splendid furniture of his late residence hod been • :mu
too Inform yi , ,a told Mr. Brown expects rho money to
cloAely associated with himself—it belonging to the :;tiat morrow
a n ,, t'ssenger "In
little story of their love—for some of the sweetest ---4 lr r :' a ell, , l i t tla h t e " tiot d f - t b g to e i t . it, tell him to keep on rat.
moments of their courtship were those when he hail
was the, cool reply.
leaned over that instrument and listened to the mod- f
ting tones of her yoke. I could not but smile at
this instance of romantic gallantry in a &rating
arto, ,Stfencto, 3 ortatltztre, amer.onctit,;.:c., •A:(•
The Militia officers are not the proudest men in
the world, we always believed, and the following
anecdote goes far to prove, tint their humility is oc
casionally imitated, as well in its practical, as in its
"Cuff," said one of these dignitaries to a negro
at his side, as he prepared to swallow his fifth in
voice of 'thardwdre,"--' , Cull, you're a good, hon
est, fellow, and I like to compliment a num wat's
lived an honest life, if he is Hack—you shall take
a glass o' sumthin to drink with me, eh I"
I, Well Captin," replied CIA wiping his mouth
with the nether end of his shining coat-sleeve, l'se
berry dry, so I won't be ugly 'bout it. Some trig
gers is ton proud to drink wid a milishy ossifer—but,
I tink a milishy essill.r—when he's sober—is jis as
good no nigger—specially if ns NUM. ' S ONT. " -
Exeunt the liquors.
TZ nmtnr FO II A 1,411e:4 Son c ROAT..--Enclose
it closely, yet tenderly with a abut eleeve, and be
tare you have an orm in it.
was not any deercase of his party's strerttlt, but it hi
said ofcertain Sl' EC UL A 'PIONS IA WHEAT"
Front the Harridn... Telegraph. [--epecplations by the way, which the ensuing elec.
Canal Counnisslancrs. I bon will show the fanners of that district have not
The candidates presented to the people for Canal
Commissioners, by the Democratic Harrison State
Convention, are men against whom a single objet_ In a word, Mr. Mill, has never been remarkable
for any thing butt an insatiable appetite for °nice—
tion cannot be mind. They are men of high moral ; unit was never Psi."'" :lather came
etanding and intelligence, and of unquestionable Pei atment or election, no Mal the pici.,*ngP WO, fig
ability and worth. They are men of that integrity and govl. It may be denied that there is any thing
and practicable fitness that the station demands..— I remarkable in this femme of his Character front that
They enjoy the highest confidence of those who of many other individuals; butt whether remarl,cHe
know them--arc unconnected and unadulterated jor not. lie is nut of the species out of which the Pat
with the frauds and peculation that have disgraced plc wish to make Canal Commissioners,.
the management of our public works, raised the They have toe great a pecuniary in term,t et alai, ct
j State debt to the enormous onto of zower,rwo the Stole int,,revenmets to elect a fiTEr. PED
mrtmoss—sunk the credit of the Commonwealth
PLACE•HUNTER, whose mouth is alwaya open
below even that of bankruptcy, and enriched a few j with the t all " ' ' f— ' ' GIVE—GIVE
out of the hard earnings of the many. They are I 'at'flatte and "al"' theta,
men in whom favoriteisin will find no friends—and ; Lag, leet , f, we hive W7l. 13. Feszsa, jr., of
men whose lives and characters are a guarantee Kentucky, and placed upon the public , works of the
speculators or plunderers no abetors. They arc Allegheny, yoeng man who woo "in
„, make taw, competent, :Yard] Branch, no an engineer, soon after the Porter
that, if elected, they
: I administration eamo into power. lie then lent
eco A n t o r. m i i: l tit s l 7E al d v d , e ,, vo li t o ed st p u u n bLic at s t e i t ie v
a l i t ' el of the list, himself. a tool to drive the original rentractors out
a canna ,
am , of time just reward of their labors t and ermtuelly
resides in Northumberland county,
proper location for the President art. Board. Il e ! aurceeded in forcing every Vtlmim-.; to abandon his
a'n of tinblemialmed rqutation ; tofay, of the Porter contractors who suereeded
is well and favorably known in this section of the centract. The simple fact that under his estimates
State, not only as a ni
and integrity, but as one of extensive information on them, FORTUNES WERE MADE—and that he
the sal ject ofiuternd improvements—distinguished ! is to this day one of the mutest popular engineers
as a writer upon them--and as having been well with these CANAL CONTRACTORS and offi.
acquainted with all the improvements of the St a t e , !'firs to be found in the State—cur:ld to he tmflicient
from the first commencement. Hts qualification, to melte the people careful how they entreat the In
n this respet, no one will question—ll" conk] ; ternal improvements of the State to !tie management.
scarcely be surpassed—end in the niiddle counties of I We have thus faithfully told over the roll of the
Pennsylvania ho will receive such a vote as will Locust..co nominations for Canal Commissioners.—
show that the people know and appreciate hint. I I they ever came to receive the grave and
The second on the list is Mr. WEAVER of; crate nominations of a party Convention at this day
Allegheny, the present sheriff of that county, who I iin'xPlicnblem end will ever, perhaps, remain a
was elected in 1810 by an unprecedented majority wonder. In only one way can it be explained ;by
for that office. Wherever he is known, he is cH..! the fact that a 711(Iffor1111 qf the convention goer:
teemed for his plain, unpretending mannera—luis OLD CANAL CONTBACTORB,Tnista
courteous demeanor—his sound judgment, and en CANAL Orrin:us.
general intelligence. He stands above rep each, whether this is iii,:tz;ss of men to dictate to the
from even hi, p.mlitical opt.mtec,t, rtid being extra,. • ime . eilm whom they shall vote fur, its order lo
sivopu elv irnthen the Went will nett sent antiwar I mote economy Ilend. retrenchment / thealash
Mr. GUILFORD, of Lebanon, concludes the Orr,:aniZT.---A;::;.,11:2:e.. I
list, as the candidate for the Eastern portion of the The time has come for action—nanicit zealous,
State, and all who know him will say, that he is a determined action. We have nominated n good and
strong candidate, and will poll a great vote in this glorious ticket for Canal Commissioners—men of
district of the State. Ho is a civil Engineer, and integrity—men of capacity—men of experience--
has distinguished himself as such in the service of NEW MEN in polillee—tnen who aro pledged
the Union Canal Company. His qualifications fin. to ECONOMY, RETRENCHMENT and RE-
Commiasioner arc not„exceelled by any inan in the FORM.
Commonwealth—and his personal standing in of The question is—CAN THEY be ELECTED 1
that elevated character, that secures the respect of We fearlessly air,er—THEY CAN, if we all do
all. Mr. Guilford is too well known in this vicinity our duty—if every Harrison nmatit, ery opponent
to require any eulogy at our hands'. He has not anJ
of Locefoceism, Kiekapooismn Canal Plum.
enemy whets ho is known--and the vote ho will re- dering—goes earnestly to work, from this tine
ccivo in Lebanon and Dauphin counties will show henceforth, until the 10th of October is past.
that he is not only esteemed for his private worth— There must be organization--TllOl2O UGH
but that the people have confidence in hi s experi- ORGANIZATION—in every county, town, and
once, enlightened judgment, unbending integrity township of the Commonwealth.
and firmness of character. It must be dune IMMEDIATELY. The tithe
We may truly nay, that the selertions of these
men are meat happy and satiafaetary, an it reganla
their locations and qualifications; and when the
second Tuesday of October arrives, we hope to see
those in favor of RETRENCHMENT, REFORM
AND ECONOMY, of all political parties, give a
long pull, n otrong pull, and a ptd: altogether for
TWEED, WEAVER and GUILFORD, and be
gratified ns n•ell an lienefituvl hr• their elution.
"We've T: sea Wheal Sure!"
Col. Johnson, in a sprotili made in Harrieburg in
October I 5.1.2, said that just before the battle of the
Thames, scum (lon. Harrison rode up to hint,
where ho was at the head of his mounted dragoons,
and saw the position of the British troops, he ex
elalmed—" We're TRIM) them cure!"
The Locofoco party of Pennsylvania, by their
recent nominations for Canal Cotnmissioncm, are in
as bad a position so were the 'British troops at tit,
battle of the Thames—. WE'VE TREED TIT L`.
SURE!" Let us inquire who and what tlwi,
First,7.t+rmCt.enx of Indiana, n member of the
Cann! Board for some dozen years; one of the 01,11 this S.ViIE WM.I7. 1 7 0 W , TER,
REGIME under which on extravagant s y s t e m of upon that line of Con,l RA Engine,. and
intarnal improvements was fostered and elirollllMed ''!M AT E nvui:v IX 1110 CONTO.IC.
—and one of those who recommended nearly alt '• - ri"Filo II B I UNJ 173T1.',"
monstrous approprlationa by the I . .rzglature, from ; 0(1:111M; the amount due them Mr their
whence urines the present burdensome debt of The ! Mbar an.! so Mom them to abandon their contracts
State. The people hare had enough of men of Id, 1 ' , their utte , ruin. winch were tlien given to Leto.
stamp, and are not likely to trust them again with 1 the.; at semis,, !`rice'. 1,, he
the men ?
power and place. IL is by fiir the weakest „ um —Whether he is the 1:,i.11t WII.I.IAM 13.
on their ticket. FitbC s trio , when LOCOrtltil'OS were
an buy*, Irene miLLE . ,
of Perry. Ox. tims introduced by hare trirlicry, upon , Le
became E7tillF.EDlNtil,i Ft/PULAR AMU:No;
Ciregreasman and Ex-Auditor of the Trortenre un
der Van Duren—an old hark of a politician IN . THE coNTR ArTO l l B hY Ilia LIBERAL !!!
people of Perry had htil n), the sheif, as polit , and GENTLEMANI.V eomhrt
catty defunct, but who is new ruined up. and 1 These tho Fe'Ph ,
upon his legs fo. Canal Commissioner: but he can't "' wild like mu "' imu " veremi
run ! The strength of his populatity may be esti-
mated roe:, by a einKle filet: lie tear, re. E Psovrer., , r.i.vt..tan Can te• , a Ty.
nominated for Congress in the Perry, Cumberland ! lor paper, makes a Moltryinose appeal to the Demo.
and Juniata district in l8:14, and barely evaped i d ly and un:ta agaimt the
dafaat by heo or three hundmt b, Whin--the and o.der party. The appeal
tug o l that teen tit to Otto the ottr 2000 ma
ho useless and unused. I. Ellen Darr himself,
jority which he teas elected in the preeed:ng scorns a union with the Tyler equad in that State,
term ! and begs of bie followers not ta d!ccrace theradves
The: erase of this revo:ttttcn in rttlle tentimen' by any such bad cempen.
' - ‘-' s, l?"Zta :T.D 70 cp
is short ere the election is upon no. But one brief
mouth and the battle will he fought, and the victory
won. Let us be up and doing then, and work
with it will."
An exchange paper says:—
'6 It is ii:iked why if, Whigs of Tenneerre were
so glorio.! . r enecessftill The unswer iF-71loy
Mitred Theilt.W 1.1,7/ MOP qf them
ib , ir
vit , P
Iltrris.oi play of Peowyl , olio innifale
Oleic brothers of 'Pennegice, and a like rc. ull will
eri,ivit their torts.-15,
The PEOPILIi liko to leaow
—AVltether Ver,ter. jr., who is just noni.
hinted as sac of the 101,11 , ,, c•ohli , .l:t!eo for Cloud
Cominissinw.r, 1, the f:A )1 \t Al. ii. F t ).Ii6TE
jr„ to whom It dkiill7,ai,h , , , ti , 111,11,11111
entirgy alluded when he
Parfet's first I . leCt 101 1 . 1.' I I , \VP,
GET OUR OWN ENtiiNEEI:
Ohe North Branch Extension; AA NVE NVII,I,
HAVL' %VIM: Ef-lIt'IMATED 01'1