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.It , , - twelve tines. wilt
tea one dollar—twenty-five
addreasell to the Editor on
ith *establishment. smut be
no he att... .ed te. ~,
itsocilirTH MIN ; : IS/JWRIIAL
t-.4oneithan Co ; -e.ikde heiTte Coffee Moine
r .... ;....._
....:. .7. elftittei, P. M. •
glibil‘nibtn't grate lu l l for past fd`vors, re. ' ,
' ctfully informs his friends acid the pub..
general that it purchased •a lot of ,
of,r i r. John H gh h
es, from which he has
to his Bro u for the purpose of ob.
a snippy of fresh water, which will con
. tolitipply his foriner friends and all those.
ay favor him.witli their custom, • •
Beer, Ale and Porter
barrel or. hall-bairrtl•of the best quality at
•• nest notice. ' • •
LAVA) G. YUEIGI4NG
New Ch±p Store.
B BULL A3fUEL LEWIS
NG pure. the l entire internat of
entry and Robert Neligh, in the More at'
nth We.t corn of Centro anti_ Market
in the borough !of • Pottsi , ,ille, formerly
; as and conducted under the firm of Ne
-1 ewis & Co. respectfully ;intim% their
and the public generally that they intend
ing the business at the Nola stand under
JACOB BULL 4r. CO. .•
they will be happy to supply their frienes
rmer customers with merchandise at the
y are , now opening, in addition. to .their
~ , stock a largo and extensive assortment 0(
I..aridise, consistingin part of Di? Goods,
. ies, Liqtiors, W nes, Teas, Cliitni, Glais,
iinvare, &c. consisting of
, . s, cassimeres, sattinetta, fiannelit, 'minding,
on flannels,gloves, albckings, yarns; prints,
is, iickings, silks,. sauna, shawls, hand
'nos •cireasions, ' vestings, laces, fringes,
ns, wadding, blankets, coatings, Plaids,
Sce. ' " ,
io, Laguira, St. Doming o Coffees.
t. Croix, New Orleans, Havanna sugars.
and lump • do
ew Orleans and Sugar House maltase*.
un Powder, Yoseg Hyson Soucbeng
'onchong and Robert Teas.
' bocolates and spices, &c...
rown and yellow „soap •
loves, Mace, nutmegs and cassia
yenne pepper, mustard
.x.ruid keg raisiiis
urrents and rice;
hence., codfish, mackerel and tilerring
ould'itnd dipt cansiles , •
. ck and bbl salt
' ipes and smoking tobacco
halfspaniish and common segars
LIQUORS . .(. WINES. •
.gniac and common brandy
olland and common gin
Id Irish whiskey and JaiTmica spirits
ew England rain, and whiskey by the bbl
'Avon; madeira, port end malaga wines
• -tiortment of Boots and Shoes.
. leery, China and glass wiire.
lass by the box. '
:.itopont Eagle gunt . ?wder, FFF, do.
lasting OP, FP', F F. r do
of which will be disposed of cheap for cash,
exchange for country produce at the mar
Gum Elastit Goods.
TLEM EN'S dam Elastic Frock Coats,
Po • filo do Pantaloons, r
Do :do ds Capes,
Do ;du flo , Figured .%
ido do . leskin
De cio ' do 3 spenders,
Misses and Clpildrens Aprons,
Fured and Fu4 Lined Shoes„l
and Children', plain de
r Bottles, &c.
-t received and for sale by
NATHANS & Co.
B: Gum.Elastie Covet% for Carriages, Gigs,
agoos, Curtains], Boots; &c. will be furnish
order. Feb 6 12—
o Coilbe l ltiolasses, Sug a rs,
BAGS new Cqop Rio Coffee,
Sugarboose, New Orleans
Trinidad Molasses d•A
Orleans; Muscavado t in'Hhds.
St. Croix StigarsJ , -
asks Premium Cheese,
• g Hyson and black- Teas (in 1. & Chests.)
alf barrels hulled Barley.
zes (Philadelphia) Soap, brown 11 1 yellow.. •
lbs. dipt Cankllea,B's,,lo's, and 16's.
• elf boxes Glass, 8 by 10 And 10 by 12.
ae Brandy and Gin in pipes and i-pipes.
I ighteen gallon etisks Lisbon wine.
England Runt, Common . Gin, Common
:mint and Anniseed Cordials, in Bbls.
Fish and Plastet, &c. &a—
or sale by MILLER 4r HAGGERTY,
Centre St. next.iloor to Mortimer's Hotel.
—'ottsville, Jan. 9' ; 'B—
GEOGRAPIIICA and Statist?* Chart of
Europe, desctibing the boundaries, extent,
ation„sovereignp, government, debt, revenue.
y, 45r,c. of its several countries at the present
.—Price 25 c.entsi Just received andlor sale
•12 4 j by B. BANNAN.
INDSOR CHAIRS.—A large and genera
assortment. of Fancy Windsor Cbairs.--
tale by JOSEPH WHITE & SON„
e T 29tf Mount Carbon.
:WIPERIOR Dairy Cheese
*-"PineApple do For. side bj!
•19 4- - ; N. NATELAINTS Co
PUBLISH:BD 4VJERILLY, BY
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1 ; — T.,.
. ' glifeWSilver
PANES great Fite Owe in informing the. ti.'
• 3 ••• he, and his friends; and alailtis pat . in
Pat Wart •tba4 be has ?peed- a 11',!
un the Pennsylvania 'nal in Potts ille. •, Hg
bu from his Past reputation for kets ing ar i net
apectable estabbnient,aeOuirad dari g the( ex
perience orange ' , carat° the mane !in° otbess,
and by desire tb please and appllcati tobusi
ness, to merit a continuance of your f,avert tend
patronage. 1 4 .
Fatuities, by sending bitbe -Pennayitania hall
Refectory, shall have ojetersof &superior 10414
served up in the beat style& end every rime dgrip,
racy that the Pottsville market can afford iii-ts4a.
eon. • A
. , RILL OF FAR.E. -
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Stevred'Oystent per dozen 19
Friet . do do 37,i
Feasted, do . du iBs
Velment Stake. 3Ti
1 Pepper Pot per hotel . Isl ,
Pigs Feet 12 '
Nov 2d 4$ 2 ,.-rem
ROCLADIATIOIII..—.Notice is hereby given
that a C9l.lrt of Common Pleas, for the gild of
causes at issue, in and for the. coumy of Scholl:all.
will be held in Orwigsburg, in the county aforesaid, on
Monday the 21st day of March next, at 10 o'clock in.'
p e =l4'ud t ~ be of appear oak urt,
will take notice and govern themselves accordingly.
HENS 1' SAUSICShera
Sheriffs Office. Orwigs.
burg. Feb. 27. 1836. 5
ft' - Punctual attendance is demanded of the Jurors
and Witnesses summoned to attend this Court.
Ara Noble Coal Lands for sale.
THE subscriber, assignee of BENNETT At
A• WALTON, offers for *sale,. as a part of the
estate assigned hinvaiin trust, two of the finest
tracts of Coal Land. in Schuylkill county, •hay.
mg the incorporated town of Minesville thereon;
and containing the following celebrated veins of
Coal, viz :—The Diamond, Kantner, Primrose,
Pticenix, North and South 'Veins, with one or two
more, all yielding the best qbality of coal. Attach.
cd to these tracts is a landing at Schuylkill Haven,
.and they are traveraed by the Wolfcreek rail toed,
joining.the Mine Hill and Schuylkill - Haven rail
road oa their margin. The coat, already mined
I and carried from these lands, his been found of
the Lest quantity hitherto brought to Philadelphia,
and they are'believed to be equal in every facili.
ty of access to any tract in the County. For
particulars, and a view of,plans, apply to -
Philed'Ei. jan. 9
PORT , CARBON
Sating Fund Society.,
itIHE Port Carbon Saving Fund Society, is
now open every day from 9 to 3 o'clock at
the Office.ot Discount and Deposit, for the pur.
\ pose of receiving deposits to any arnoinit not
4eeding $5OO, from any4ine person, upon' which
an interest of 4 per cent will be paid on every $5
and upvvn rds, but uminterest will be allowed on
any fractional parts of $5. The whicc or any
part may he drawn out on givir.g notice,stwo to
tour weeks, at the office on Mondays. The hu.
sine.spt the Society will be conducted by the
following officers and managers, until the-first
Monday in May next.
Abraham Ileebncr Edward B. Hubley
Edward linghea E. S. Warne
L. Whitney, Secretary and Treasurer.
Article 3d of the Charter. t`blo emolument
whab.oever shall be received by the President
or Managers for their services, nor shall any
Manager become a borrower from the thktitu-
Lion." • - oct 3 • 46t1
do Fur neck ruffs lief ladies
Medicated Breast Furs . •
Fur Gloves •
Fut Collars for cloaks coats
Just receivedrand for sale by
wee 12 4—tf N. NATH/kNS 4; Co
TO 'WESTERN ADVENTURERS.
MITCHELL'S Travellers Outdo throughout ths
Do. Pocket Maps of Ohio
Do. • • Do. Indiana
Do._ Do. - Michigan
Also—Pocket Maps of Pennsylvania and other
Just reeeived and ter saki at this opice. Dept 25
EBANNAN has just received on eonsign•
11 meet, a large assortment df Petfumery,
Cosmetic and Fancy Soa pa, of the limy best qual
ity, which will be sold wholesale!or rethil, at a
very small advance. The following Composes;
portion of the mildew .
Otto of Rose Soap Otto of Rope Liptalve
Oxygen ' do -Toilet PoWder
Palm do Chlorine Tooth Wash
Cream . • do' Cologne Water
Camplidr - do Lavender Ido
Lavender . do Florida ido
Tongue Bean do Preat. Solis •
FrenchiSancY do Tooth Brioshes - - a
Otto RotieShay.de Superior Lavender Wet.
Bears Oil , Kiviosote lroothWestr
4 nditirOil 4 Dye Carbonic Dentifrice •
rile, of Roses Eng. Brewa, :Windsor
1 reckliWash •:. ` Soap I.
ine Pearl Powder Ihit Brollies. '-
juno ISI 30.
eRERI & BL4CK TEAS.
Gunpowder • 1
Young Hymen I
d for sate i. bi
• Lite of Gres:" Hairirimin.
Memoir of [ ilie public Berri *of Gen. Wm.
Henry Harrison, of Ohio, , by 3anies
with.a portrait Of the. gallant Commander, lust
received and fat sac by BANN AN..
Jan 30 14-
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Pine and tilfirl
two story Fr
sold i2t parer 1
Also a tb
.gather 'pith 11
U. 3. Gazi:i
weekly. an 4
'Olf,llOlV SCiffoo.l.S. ,
WHER AS. by an Actiartheteglirl ature•of
P ylvania.entitled an "An Act to °stab.
lab a Gene System of Education by Compton
Schools," , April let A. D. 1834. it is pm
y and Conti, si-Philadelpbia.
and every direr citTinAhisOonraunowealtb shall
each form a iScliocrtDivisron, and that every 6wa
ship, ward and borough, within the several Schocil
Divisions, shall each formA School District:Pro—
vided, that soy _borough which is or may be con—
nected *ith a township in • the Assessment and
cellection or county rates and levies; shall with
the said township, so long as it remains so con—
nected, form a district, and each of said districts
shall contain a competent number of Common
Schools for the education of every child within
the limits thereof, who shall apply either in per—
son or by his er her parents, guardian, or neat
friend. for admission ind instruction; and further,
that the Sheriff of each county give notice by
proclamation,that the citizens ofeach School Dis—
trict hold elections in their respective townshirs,
wards and boroughs, at the places were they hold
their elections fur Supervisors, Town Councils,
and Constables, to choose two citizens of each
School District, to serve as School Directors for
said School Districts.
NOTICE is therefore hereby given, that the
citizens bleach School District in the county of
Schuylkill; meet at their respective places of hold—
ing borough and township elections on the third
Friday of March nest, and then and there chuose.
two citizerin of cacti School District to serve as
School Ditectors for said dig/4.6cm respectively,
which salt( elections shall be conducted and held
in the same manner ■s elections for supervisors
and constables, are by law held and conducted.
Given wider my hand id Orwigsbnrg,
27th day co- March, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and'thirty six.
JOHN J. WHITE
Extra quid ty imil Wed
IarIBO9PAL 'cartisen, iN•l'B* Dououum OF . PtYFTSVILLF, SCHUItLICILL COUNTY, parthsyLvArfie.;cr TWO DO tS
-At • '
*Tea' .. DA171117055.1 Na . MARCH 12,18364
• • •
' joie s4le. •
b subscribe/ will sell at prints'
-' i valuable tract Of lank contain.
456 scree, Alined hit the Rahn.
...Creek, in tll Mithanity Valley,-
li t igantteni:Miltit front Potts;
d well timbeead*Eklilnuteoali.
oe.. Oil said tinipartris created a
e Dwelling Home, occupied as a
.r -inattman„ and a Sawmill in
g or4er. property wll be
Of 000 ' QC two illindrid acres, if no.
• story time Intiati in Pottsville; hi
. eral Lon
. For furtherPartienlara,..opply to
. SAMUWIII. LYNN,
76 Vine St. Philadelphia.
JACOB K. BOYER.,
BENJ. SPAYD. -Esq.
e, Philadelphia insert throe dines
HENRY RAUSH, SliertE.
HOP SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH.
REUBBN CR Errz, ofTamagna having made
a general Assignment of all his property,
real, personal and mixed, to the subscribers, in
trust, for the benefit of his creditors, they hereby
giVe..Notice to all persons indebted to the said
Reuben Ckeitz in any Way, to pay the same int
niediairlyA and those having demands against
him to preSeut the same to either of the subseri.
her., Assignees of the said Reuben Creitz, at. a
foresaid. ; M ICFIA EL EVER ET,
SAMUEL .DE .PUL.
Tamaqua, Jan 27, 1836. . I3S"
lien Flour and Feed Store.
T. & J. BEATTY & JOHN RI-CH
HAVE succeeded Mr. Samuel Bell.in the Floor
and Feed Store in Centre Areet; inform their
friends and the public in general, that they in.
tend ennd4cting it under the firm of Beatty &
Ruch, where they solicit a share of patronage.—
The highat .price given in cash Flour and
Feed 'of all kinds.
Pottsville Feb 20
In the Court,of Common PkaB of Schuyl
SUM nth Wilkes by her next
friend Valentine Mellon, Subpeena our Di
TO ALEXANDER WILKEft.
TAKE Notice that your wife Susanah Wilkes,
has filed her Libel in the Court of Common
Pleas of Schuylkill County, in which she prays is
be divorced from the Bends of Matrimony, into
whicS she has entered into with you. The Court
of said County have ordered that you be and ap
pear at a Court of Common Pleas to be held in
and for slid county, at Orwtgaburg, on Monday,
the gild day of March, 11136, to answer the libel
of your said wife. HENRY RADBEL
Feb.ll 13.6 "Shenff.
In the Court of Common Pleas of Schuyl
Julian Josephine Everly by
her nest ft lead Peter subpeona
TO SAMUEL EVERLY.
riNAItE Notice that your wi l e Julian Josephine
m- Everly, has filed her Libel Jo the Court of
Common Pleas of Schuylkill County, in which
she prayirto be divorced from the. Bonds of Mat.
riinony, into Which she has entered into with
yotr. The Court of said Cotinty have ordered
that pia be and appear at a Court of Common
Plead, tole held itr and for sail County, at Or
wigsborg, on Monday thd 21st day of March,
1836,-to answer the libel of yoor saldwifet.'
HENRY' RAMO, •
Feb .i 3 13.1 r Sheriff.
• GLENN'S COMPOUND 'CREOSOTE
THIS compound will be found serviceable in
arresting and preventing decay in the teeth ;
keepingthe teeth and gninsin a clean and healthy
condition, sweetening the breath, temovrog tar-,
tar, mild relieving pain espied by carious teeth.
It is confidently recommended to the Public as
a valuable compound, which may be used daily
with -artist advantage to the teeth and gums, at the,
name tittle • loavtng an agreeable sensation in tie
Mouth: ; There is ‘o acid in this wash, nor any
ingredient entering into Its composition bat such
as is highly beneficial tu the With. '
Priooo cents per Bottle.
For "ale by B. BANNAN.
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Ttne mums' JOURIAI.
iteirder, if this should find you in confusion;
Let not the games reward thin bold intrusion.
get your assistance lend while I engage
Indulgence from the youth. likewise the sage:
I/ this attemptto picture, what you knoir hall well,
Is solemn truth, my imperfect pourers tweet.
4 crave your mercy, critic's great and small,
inil humbly bev, you will prevent my fall
, - ' EMIG RATION-
Thr curling smoke ascends from Ohm, rude.
Boat by the hardy settler in deeps
c i a litude.
Were how ling wolves and raven beasts of pray;
T. ivatct.ful hunter scarce can k pat bay.
--Toon aea ell of land facing the western skies.
With a trade breast work to prevent isurpriso—
Vase hardy sobs of indostry had reared, •
A Illew log cabins, and soma acres cleared;
Saarouuderi by the forest, with the above exception.
Salient to savage visits, raveling' of protection;
Scarce nulabeten twenty, they with danger i trifift,
Anti if a foe appears, spun to thew trusty rite.
A•• ARM. . .
Tha.hour of midnight gives to each alarm
A tilmfoki dread, however slight the harm;
Foram the sentry bade a coming stranger.
Tbey quickly shout. all to your post of danger!
--ai. menage is soon told. As day was dawning,
A friendly Indian came tsgive them warning,
i That his red brethren OR slaughter bent,
illszorndestruen !oeactrtlem ent
. iteandcong r er,hewt r iear.imtdored,
*Mir speedy march to meet the savage horde;
itering their !Wee to repel their morderousfoe.
1 bigiees brave freemen to the rescue go;
, Leaving but two... guard their fireside. -
i Their eluding children, and their boscm'a pride.
Twits an autumn evening, and a gentle bneeee
Am undulating motion gave the stately trees;
Bright Sol was setting. and the illumined sly
Refleeted heavenly beauties to the eye
Tire yellow leaf glitters with Phis!ing F old,
And in the airnew beauties doth unfoul;
The sighing threat with nch foliage drew.
Increased in splendor, as he sunk to rest.
The females that had witnessed this bright scene. .
Met with their children on tho verdant green.
PourTui+t their souls in prayer'. No tribute greater.
Or more acceptabfe, to our Creator!
FOREBODING. . •
Retiring to their dwellings, as the forest shade
Darkests the early evening, engtories are made
By children of their mothers, When will father come?
He will not luny all eight ancileave us thus alone.
A Ind my chibl, you know not, what yon ask,
Perhaps ere this our names in aentla he gasps—
My feeble nature to my terrors. yield.
Oh heaven be thou has succour! thou ourehish!
Now resignation reigns, and dalm her look.
As from a shelf slip brings a tone worn book,
The Holy Bible. blessed gift divine.
May all its precepts in our actions shine.
Her fears are banished. though evil o'ertakti her.
Her faith is firm and ceutre'd in her maker;
Th. ooti tutored, kneel in raver;
Limbs ye. ye sceptic...they:be& tom win, usu.-,
Their seraph voices for theirlparenti rose.
And filled with filial love, they seek repose.
The night is waning. and the sentry's tread
Affords relief to those whose solemn dread,
Too soon is verified. Each bosom heaves
With stifled tremor; for the rustling leaves
To their keen senses tell that danger contest
In Indian foes. to attack their peaceful homes.
The cracking rifle calls the brave to stand,
Chitinpions of •irtue. liberty and land.
With whoop and yell the wide spread forest rings,
And to our settlers ears death's knell it brings;
Rut well they do their duty, sore!; wounded.
And pressed at every point, by foes surrounded;
Their faithful Mies deal promiscuous death
And liberty must crown their latest breath.
Where do ye tarry, wild wood Rangers!
Your all is now beset with dangers;
The brand is kindling, and the savage,
The fruits of all your toll will ravage.
Your w ives. Imploring merciv, now are seen.—
"The tomahawk is quivering in the bciam'
Destructive flames consume their Precious lives.
And shouting fiends brandied' their murderous knives:
Heart rending shrieks are answered with each yell—
Such scenes as these our bonier states can tell!
While glowing cinders faNing at their feet.
Add heartfelt anguish and Increasing heat;
l'hese helpless victims to adreedful end.
Yet look for succor to their heavenly friend.
The savages, still bent upon theirprey.
Ilad been engaged beyond the break of day,
And drunk with exultation eag er wood.
I.4twitisdfid still of every dung but blood. •
A cheenng shout is bailie spon the breeze,
(Heart soothing sound. in trials such as these:) •
The hunter's nfles crack, the Indians yell,
For with that volley many a warrior fell. '
The messengers of death. 'winged With unerring aim,
In quick succession did theirfoesdetain;
But few escaped—the whites to desperation driven,
No quarters e'er received, none now are riven;
The smoking ruins these men behold with pleasure.
As the sole refuge of theikheart's belt treasure;
Their hands and hearts are lifted to their God,
While yet they sorely feel his chastening rod-
Up! Freemen up! nor let the foo
On old end young direct the blow; • ,
Protect the fielplesa, free the captive.
In council firm, in battle active—
Show to the Creeks and Wiunebagea.
Your lives are pledged against all foes;
From every hamlet r i de and seek them.
'Fe Florida. march on to meet them;
Roll back tee tide of Indian slaughter: -
Speed well the work and never tanker.
Until the crimson'd torrent streartimg.
Ts stopt. and heavenly peace is beaming.
Then to the work!, enrolled in fame!
Your country will your deeds proclaim;
The smiling infant faintly lisping.
To sound youripraise shall be assisting,
On every hand, in every mouth.
Your fame shall spread ftom North to South;"
And gratitude that heavenly feature.
Shall beam in every living creature.
Thee arm ye patriots in the cause.
Of freedom and your country's laws
Let vengence in your arms be felt.
Until the Redraw yield the wampum belts'
Readers lil give yon time to breathe,
nt 'As& you well; and take mjleave.
.1. M. CROSLAND.
Pottsvdle, Much 2d,1836.
A badge of peace.
ADVICE TO A YOUNG LADY.
A poling lady at eighteen; oftentieeds a warn
ing voice to quicksand :! point out quicksand :! ober which
the is speeding her thoughtless carper. 1 beer
you are beautiful and have many admirers. I I
am sorry for it. A young woman whose conduct
is marked with stria honor and principle. cannot
herb many admirers. These is nothing that morn
certainly marks a bad heart, and depraved moral .
principles, or worse, a thorough destitution of it
then the enrol and guilty encouragiimeut of hon
A iyOung unau is never long attached tot young
lady with°t her being aware of it; wommottly. I
indeed, ' re he is himself aware of the nstpre
find extent f his feehngf. The know'lelge loaf.
most intuit ve. From tiii; moment , if she be yet.
suaded the she cannot reciprocate his eentintents,
her course in plkin balbre her—it is cool; finditi
' , dating, unhesitating repulse, on every occasion,
place and manner.—Love will die without hops:
To Mesh love in the bud is easy ; hut trills 'and
tamper with it ti ll. it has taken root in the heart,
and ; its destruction is attended with the extinction
of Cite heart's best and noblest *clings:
Mier forget this prime maxim an these mat
ter•4'not to zuscrantans.is alwaysfio..snootmds."
Yhur choice. I will not, I would not kiss. }kit
I had rather hear that you are angagedlo a man
of goled character
. and indus t rious habits, thae.t9
the healthiest man without thent; for in this WWl
try, those are always a sore pledge Of final' ad . -
and culpable species of coquetry, Is
c - i
i rearl Wctice of not giyingrlecided encouragement,
or re cam, with a view ofteepint your slave still
you have learned '(to use the cati_%hrase) you
cannot do better. I know not oar Ow:salon that
i betrays more despicable meanness . he woman
1 who Mies it shows a willingness to stlll her hands-to •
traffid her person for value received; that is revolt
ing in the highest degree.., . • . ' '
NOr.tob, not even a parent, c an tell what chat
, acter ;Will render a lady happy, but be.rselP--on
hersetf o on lIHRSELF awns then, must ind ought
to resk tae responsibility of her choice. .-,
Lail& too often attempt to gain husbands, ad
angleffskatch fish—by driwing:the hail as he ap.
proam it, till he is impelled to grasp at every,
!,bazar t but she who angles for a huabenni; inai
I find :late, that shei has gained the man it the
1 expeniii of the husband's confidence in her iprinci
plea '.a heart.—Christian Re ter. ' •
'..i; From the Washington San
THE)"ATRIOT AND TB* POLITICTAN.
Theta is a wide difference between • a patriot
and a gelitician. It:is a gulpli difficult to paler.,
Theo stands on elevated grounds--the tither
creeps long in the mire. One look* upwards te
glory he other dciwnivards, even to the itePtli
of inietity. One has Ocharweter dotable, trans.
parentirand congenial with ail good spirits-.-the
other paesesses a reputetion bid for truth and vs.
reel!) , Caloody and repulsive i 4 every feeling of
humanity. One glorifies his country—the giber
degrades and debases it, in the eyes of ill nations'.
Yet these two characters ore often mistaken for
each other, because the people,living at i distance,.
only sbe outline., and measure their worth by the
length of their shadows. Let us correct these
thing by their right names.
Ths patriot is, ildeed, an honest twin. Ile
loves *mercy `?anddeals justly. Ile seeks peace
and. ypt he fears not war..--Ile respects. himself,
and tperefere is respected by others. His fee.
turesi in whatever mould they gray have
been cast, are open sad ma... nly, for they reflect
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oral ild sonorous, because it comes floni the.
hear He is an investigator of. facts, because
. wit fact, truth is a mere conjecture; and he
perseveres with liigelir to the end, because seritas l
inpatty. He loves upright men, and, ! therefore
assoAiale, with them. Ile hates daplicity, be.,
taunts it is contrary to hie nature .- ffi will not ,
"flat erfNeptune for his trident." Be. loves his
couotri, ant' counsels such measures as will pro.
mote hilt glory. Ile eeeks not office, but lets of
ace heel him. He cares' not for the praise of
met yet be wishes their approbation he
doeit well. Be makes no boasting e hi,s "love
for tie peo i de," yet he is ever seeking tire good of
each individual.—He istourageons, 'when nem-,
parA in exploring the pigeon holes 'of office, and
expOing roguery. in the cabinet,eamp; and every
depdrtment of the state. He is a warm friend
andia generous eeemy, ami he never flatboats re
ven e, because he soars above u, and "is always
m happy, when he has the power to fa/givens
injury. In the robe of authority; he patronizes
meat alone. Whether his statioc in life be flight
or hunible, he nevi.* &Tete his friendanor dohis
friends forget him. Tor virtue seeks virtue; as
oneidrop.of Water attracks another. He needs
no olouring to puff him into notice, for his Intel:
leeal treasures are like that. petite beauty,
Wh n borrows neither. rogue, nor curle,foy deco
. In' the day of adversity he wail ' s tiaient
ly r his reward in' another world, and his ;indo
pendence mid his integrity e with hint to the
gr . Ina word, the patriot is an honorable
an a good man, and the glory, of his =until',
r re sid i e
lik a t vestal : w et
e an eth ly
a the tyi p e ari p ty ie ot taii, su ...... ch
a rdian. . 1
T Politician is a' mere creature ofParty. He
'is rn in caecas,.and raised, as the-Southerners.
sat, upon a stump. He studies man, because he
oafs up men Or hie tools. His features, like Pro.
tea, can meanie all manner of forms. His
todgue is feeder tlmn. an Oyeter..man, "for the
4... r people," and yet 'his heart swells With objects
oPpelf-interest: He lives for himself alone, and
yet he would, embrace his neighbor's cattle, if
timy could vote for him, lirs revenge is deep add
diSittlibt; for li spaireitieithit* kith nor kin ()fhb'
miponent. Ills chills the heart, fini a demon
la. ks behinddt. The warmth of noblerapirite is
fa by thlatinosphere around him. The Pol.
i ta n is in eed a cold-blooded animist.. Like
' Norther frost, he freezes instantly by the
toluch. He de not hooks, for he has no plea.
=rein them He reads not Histoti,'' . iiir it oon
ddinns all State policy. His bible is 'a newspaper,
athere is trash too rile and venemoui for
political petite.' He feeds on slander, and'
ulates ca mny with a ein of eighty; horse
pewer. He tdtivates a dip lomatic styli, because
to simplici • of truth would be fatotto his cause,"
id like a w y
. lawyer, he liniadOne:.his.brief to
'tit emerge te a. The Politician kip‘heart, a
ir. Be re els_ in falsehood, .en et merry .
4ith the for i ofdiscord. He is 'a vi • y declaim:
it Ik as
dr, and ever '- dy tasPeak,'wheri h least to
b l a
soy. He tri: tipliee laws,. because legislatiim iii
apnerative inesa,„ and ,be is paid 'Air his daily
ldbour in w ving dui tvebs Of lithrVion.
IHe know s the Stite.secrer, of roaring himself
idtripoptilar ty, arid his 'speech' gilded by there
r. run ili ihmugh the length arid litimdth of
e land, a , onder to, the honest farmer, -.whose
piliords aip and far between: -The politician
no doui stir character. His borne is. a taw
. - His . r • three legged stool in
here be sit ;and "Speaks wirer dignitio.i" with
govern eat cif the whole =unify = his sheet.
es. I. In n.Word he ism most detestable champ.
r;the ban of eery party, a nuisance eit,etery
, fill of 1., prone to Iniquity ! , resorting to.
Means ; secure Wilfrid, andl.Wklit
Amy Of vir . =knee .a Tha z ion. It aciedamo l
thystogn let to - read the devil .itAid.fOni, Mid;
'oat; rube e that tilenta-depettii on WO
'pies of t h e skull, will find bikwlitde bead a
ktnivenial Lam p
. ot depraiity. la a man at
become a• politician? Mark the 'change.
first look, is a framing reserwri—lais fiat
"love. to the people," and Ins list eet tics!
friends; & fawn after the del:Denizli= of
He thin sticks the bribe of poorerliso mott►
or where, and if he fail to find patrons, it
cause rogues are so numerous; there is DI
cure tospaie:His Ow* is the dOwntall
country, and the potty, whieh bears him
shoulders, will soon thscoice oloodstusd Asti
and torsow trwershadoiving the fitetroftlrel
Such is the contrast between the Pate
the Politician. Tine is not it personal d 1
It is true to nature, Each clf : dress Mut
may be found ainong trientis and. Res of
administration, and believe irie,Whttrewe
'cliseimr a fawning sycophintonti a na p
rapt character, youpay.loohli wain kelt .
ot, but you will bo ' wi'e to kid i rolitieiltn,
. _ . .. ._...... . , ,
A Calastrepise.--A.The co - tree - Of true Imre nay
el yet ran month." says, Hhakipeare;—itwe
have an, instance ofths truth alkaline. A oan t
foreigner, living in' one emir most Osaltienable
streets, lately mniceived 1 violent pass/ 4111 for
pretty has who attends aritiopirr that bOuttibal
thoronghtims, and straightway betanto 'Om hur
duiciaea with Naito dorsi. There 'rent/Mit the
most cLuaied *sings the wprld, and failed to
prepossess oe darned in fawn. of their author. Fi
nally one of his amatory document fsaby chance
into the;handrot some of the subordinates , of the
establisfitnent. who ; determined extradt mono
ludieroui circumstances out of the young wiles
condition. Accordingly one of his' epistles was
answered with great warmthotniaie was request.
ed to favor his inamorata with an interview, et a
certain hour in the evening. It was a bitter cell
nighltodind as the desperate swain, punctual to this
moment, stood sighing like i furnace at the: side
el dedr with his hand on the bell, Fan upper
window, liras -slowly °mica; and the nahroked for
handsel** a brimming pail of wetly descended
upon Mei head. His astexistied featuum, as they
emerged from the 006414 wore the aspect of OD
cummeri chagrin. That n' ht , be gatve up hie
chase, arid on renewing it a few. evening e after.
the poor fellow was taken to a vivid-shed by
some sturdy servants, and painted in a most hut
eciiis Manner. The extremeties of hives:sit were
also abstracted; and altogether his lesson in the
perplexities of tbetender passion has been "ex
tremely severe. 'Falstaff ware* suffered lees
in Windsor Forest.—Pdif. Gazette. .
L 7— 7 -7- HE ---- NVENTION.
Extract of a letter to the Wheelhig Grazette,:dilad
There were several incidents &handl " the
convention worthy of notice, and *Malt nr los
the introduction of the preamble and !time
by J. H. Wood, an original Jackson reers,lot
half of biniself and 2/A othollsgotunen-lat
were received*by the vast multitiole with chrdiali
ty and Applause that surpassed aay.thinglof the
kind I ever witnessed.
• Another is the editor of a awytilan paper, °fez.
tensive circulation among the valiant* portion of
vim citizens, • decided supporter of Van new.
came to the esmirention 'here, struck w the
chancier and numbers of those who hid eto
the convention, went to a ineotingiof ilie - de mate,
from his *way, and re - queened' that his name
might be enrolled among them, stating, id the
same tithe, that be saw "the ptople Were Igoing
en masse for Harrison—Mat it was Iti , vain to re!..
sist their will—that from that time ho ahohld e►
penile the cause oil Harrison."
And last, though opt least. is theifike,t that at a
party in the evening. after the adjournment of the
convention, Gov. Lucas, tri a 'peach: of some
length' in answer to • sentiment complimentary
to hint,-ceme out decidedly for Harrison.
The number Off delegates in attendance
safely be set down at 1400. When assernhl
the public square—it was generally suppose
spectators and all amounted to 5,000. A
observed there wait just 4 acres of whigs. as
hereafter the whip of Ohio would not )11 CO
but measured by acres,
A SCENE Al 1 1 1CrE 01110 60NiE1Q
At Mr, ---. Van Buren member 4
hilatnrai, from Highland, entered his ho ,
urday evening last, he recognized acne
his wannest supporters, of last:
. fall, and
townsmee, smiled by the fire
'I am Old to see you, gentlemen;' Altai
—, with his most condescending bow.
have dome up to • see bow the Velhiggies
presidents, eh?' ' •
Mr. G —(one' of the company,.) 'Y.
have come to attend the convention,* dille
Mr. —, 'You are...joking. You Wo
the last men hi desert the old General.' •
Mr. G..---;-- c -. Most MIN'. sir, We ha'
piked the old man through - Oil& aid thi
at the expense of a little wear and tear
science, but the feet fur.nishes no ground
pcising we shalt be soldte sneh followere t
pleases to designat6.-'=We haveecoarding
delegated here to express oar wisheiand ,
our fellow-catizeas in relation to . the next,'
deney, and they are decidedly for Gen. Bat
Mr.,-4; etimple'How manyef ytiti
wine overt . .
Mr. G. . 'Nona. have pone over. Thirt
happens to be no Van Buren men in .Hiji
except the pest masters. There is Dr. (-
with na: .
Mr. ---,- .'You dont say so .1'
Mr. G. 'And Major Y.
Mr. . qndeedl!'
Mr. G. 'And &vire B.' • 1
,• Mr..---,--- . 'ls it posible!!!"
' Mr. G. lAnatiGen. A.'
Mr. - 'The d•-11111' i 4.
Mr. G. 'And Mr. J---'. end OA. lt
do not know bow many, in haej:theivilio
Therein - scarcely at Van Berea maAin
Mr. • . 'Here landlord: lend .
does the stage "tart foraillsboro." ,
1 . Landlord. suit going.? . • ..
Mr. —.-....—. i , Give me my hat--n. 'll k
hatibrpkeleeeezn Highland before 1 ilex
The stage w4led A V
delegate item Wand. He as 'got ?
laugHis since. : .
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