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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - August 16, 1837, Angelica, New York                                 -■ih  f:-  iiiiIHiKjim, ^  whi«h oac« iMrkled on ine l«ìioiiiiÙlio/alie_Coum, »ho «ai in blmfhlnt Wauty beside her coutiÄ Cfiarks» who, «ow thfti, he had shaven oft' his mmiirtache* miucccl his whiskers, loak«i<i Hkc what Uv really wa», a true Ainrrican.  *llut why, Charit vou woo ine III «ui'lì outlandiHh u'wr. IMaiit Wiu-  Stanley would ii«vvr liavr In en allowed the o|»|Mxrtuiiily of H'ifinifig the heart whii^ii l^»tmt PfeiflTenhiinmcr ho clo>^cly bf-  —sieged;*.....  ' Ay, ay, Charh^s,* traiti Ihe |jap|»y father, *if Anu-riran women would only vahio a muti Ihr the W4>ì«lit of hÍ5 hraitiK, rather than tlio li^lit-fiCfiH <{f tiÍ4 IKVLS and tho  WJ  -H-«!  During tili» time, hii attended chttf ch and class ami All other  meetuipnippflfttnii^ to re-  enee »re unobtrusive «^PJ' vate but the »ource of fpov WhenJiüiMlii®:  m at the CT-  «trengtli of hi» er than the e  we é  wineîplry, mlh-egance of hi« loidd have lenn  foreign fop|iery, and more homely virtue in otir country.*  , From »lie Boston HcraM-TITCOMn Til ii UV KWn K H.  ha%'0 been faWrod with (he following iiitercMin^ faetg feapecting thi«i unfortunate in* dividual, by a pernon who haf» been neiiuainted with him for •eireral years, and who vif<ited himin the ilójikington/íV. Í 1., Jail, a le%v dayH ajjo. It will he remembered that Titcon»h kUjed his fellow >vorliman» liusHeil, ill the eooprrV shop where Iwth were at work. Ile endeavored to head liini up in a Imrrel, hut not being ahU^ to effect tliat, he set the nhop on fxte. ■ _  Thil thaiVpri'H^ anoilnf jlMillincholy inHtumMi^ ot^wenM^ derangenu?nt, epused by tin excessive Vxciienient uttviid-mit on <hos<> over-wroiiglil ficehes of lU'ligion, Oinnp, meelit»gs, Reviváíí*,Aí^e. Sonu» fvw years sincí' hi' was <>d lo be niarfted, hut dculíi in* tenoned imd t'laiined the 4»b-ject of his attaehfucnt. He then Bought for consolation in <?anip Meetings, and finally beeóine-' a religio^is ua-thuiiU-ji* ing ^iW uy jfu' -ya fious pioiis purjiofe^H a inodeiT' ate coni|K'tency.—About tin yearji since, wliilo livinix in bin Irirnds fust oh-Tserv^indirations of inHaniiy. ile saw at a elass iniH ting. a Miss Tappau, daujihter of Mr-John Tap|Min, ofihis^ city; be conceived a violent attarÍMuent tind AVTQte to her, requestiri" |ierniÍHSÍoii to jiay Ins addi<'ss-e8. He ri'coived an answer from her father, as he gupjios-ed—it being anonyinou^^—telling him he deserved horse-whipping for Ilia presumption, ^nd also^ some Jhreats, if hi? -^ared to repeat hisimpudence. . This had aj^ytthcriBg 'tfn^ct "tiponliiml lie suspected every 006 who looked at him was  tifiioniandaMwed perfectly Hune, except m the matter of religion and other horrible lial lueinatitin. -  One night, after retiring to bed, lui heard soriie one talking if» the garden, lie looked out^ and observfid three men eon-versing together and he imnie-  dialcly concluded they Wi re  about to take his life. harriciidcdjiw-«b«>r, and de-termined to Btll bin life as dearly m possible. During this niííht bis Imrror of miml was indescribable. The next Tiiorning he observed several persons with eo>v-liides, and again he eoncriTcd hiniself ijm object of tluiir wrath, so he lel't the town art fast as be ctnild hurry olV, Since then, he hip contuiiied but a short time in one place, the slightest cir-cuiiistance arousing his suspicion. The incident that prui-ctptdly indííced him to commit the fatal act for which he now awaits bis trial, was this, ^ome two or three ítici«íH of his IV'I' low workman cidled at the shop, anil be oyerlieard or tlmnght he t»verhe;ird these woixis fipoken to Uussell * You have had one chance yiñi^ inay have another to-tluv <io not let it pui^s/ This lie immediately a|»|>lieil to himself, conceiving ihese men wer«tit»ie emissaries of Mr. T. and were i)er?ina<Iing Uussel  to kill him-—to save his own  .....  tortunate intlividiial will d<nib(-less appear ridiculous in tlie eyes of many, huí those who are acipiainted ú iththe strange hallucinations of a nuinoman-iac, can imagine the horror wretchedness of this unfortunate being for tiu' last three years in constant dread of losing iiis life. The same feeling haunts him now. Ife says they are going to burn the jail dowi! to destroy lúm, and Ire-ipu-ntly refuses his vietuals for days togelher, thinking it is poisiuu'd. His brother was nuiking arranu;enu'nts to get him into the Lunatic Aslyum at Woreester at tlie time he killed Uussell, and it ií4 to be regretu d Üiatvit was noteilect-ed a few months ago. To niedieal men it may b(? observ-ed that Titeomb luul suilered much from dysjiepsia, and possesses u nervous Kinpera-inent.  It is to be hoped that those persons who have Inid opportunities of observing his insanity, will come forward on the trialvand^atisty-t he^trrriftlm fact. We know theVe arc manv.  ^¡^quent insertim. Hòfal dts-counnti/Ihr. made lo ycarltj advcrlmrs.  «eekii^ím ohwVrtm^ to«has-Ijie hiin,ana\v degrees persuaded h^selfr ilisit Mr. T. was «eçking to take hi:» life. Having thin constant dread on hi« niiiMl he 4|e!ermiiied to íeavetowñ. He accordingly went to Bangor, and gteadily puTiued hin business for troverai months, the idea still hunting  e?ery IrinM circumstance, IhatHr. T. had sen^hisj^s-jitl^^ lile. He  iuuweted his fellow worknie  —Hwtt-irfthöigh^öniOöi^^  Iboliah were his suspicions, it was iinnosaihle to convince hnn, and a|l tho^ who were aeqiiaiiited with liini in Jlaiit gor, were perfectly satistìed that he wa« a partial lunatic.  man's opyusni^i» ca^ societyr feels the effeets  ofit inathousandfoniiii. ine ..............  iKiWer of woman m in her de- ^^ ^ST-aSfcitj ^^^^^  »iMìdenecf flawing iVom tb  consciousness of that weak „(.,SH which God has given her  tor her protcctronrimd wM  keeps her in those departm^tg  ter of individuals and of the nation. There are Bocial iu-(iuences which females use in iirtnnotiii^ piety and the great ohjects of ('hristmn beiuivo-leiice, which w e cannot^^^^i^^^^^  liigldv <wvuwend. ap*  prediate the unostoUatious prayers aiul efìbrts oÌ womeii, in advancing the cause of religion at houie and abroad : in"Sabbath scliools of leading religious inquirers to the pastor tor instruction ; and in all such associated ellbrts as ba-  come tlie modesty of her sex j and earnestly hope she may abound more and more in these labors Jove, But when she assumes the place and tone of man as a public r»> formerv our care and protec-lion of her setMUS inniec<issa ry.__^Ve put ourselves in sei der<'uee -, she yiehls the power which (lod has given licr/of her ¡!n»teclion, and her clrar actt'f becouu's uunalural. Ì tlie vimv whose strength am  trellis \v<>rk aiid lis Husters, thinks to assume the independenco and over sliadow nig nature of the elm it will not cease to bear fruit yet fall with shanie and (lishon or to the dust. We cannot therol'ore, but regret tlie mis taken conduct of those, vi^ encourage females to bear ki obtrusive and ostejitalions pa in measures of reform, or countenance any of that sex, who so far forget tlietnselves as to itinerate in the character of public lectures antl teachers. We especially deplore the intimate acquaintance and jn'omiseuous conversation with regard to things " which ought liot to be nauicd," by which that- inotlesly and delicacy which is the charm of domes-iic life, and which constitutes the true influence of women in society is consumed and the way apprehend, for degeneracy and ruin."  in  "vVKDNt^HDAY, AUO. Igrj^^^C  SENATORIAL rONVENT!ON=  ^NotSc^hcrtbrgivCTi, thntihe  ocratic Sonalorial. Convention for 1 he <Uh BcnatoTial bbtrict vviU bo ho d at t\,o Cr,nrt House, in the yillage of Bath.  oVlhe fourth Wednesday ol September  next, ngrocublc t6 adjoiunincnt, at li  John D. iiic;;oiN.s, , A. S. I)»VE>> Se cretaries of last Convention  Dated Aug.  «JoiintV ConvciitBon.  Tli<; Democratic Electors of tiic Goun-,or Allegrihy. nre rcqjiested to nicet in Uvt-ir rci^peetive towns, and choose three diilepulos to meet in^ convention, on fhurM'-yy. ihe 'ilst «¡ay of September next, at-2 o'clock P. M ., at the Court House in the villagp of Angelica, for tile pnrpoiio of ctiuosing two delegates to reprcRtMit \\m county in llio Senatorial convention, and to transact such  other businps^ may he deemed nc ccssarVv Dated August HI, IH-.n.  H. CHARLKS, \V. \\ AN(.;iiL,  .........^„^^ai^U^V-YVi. ^  11. WILSON, ^w'Aa:V,  Ccr.tr.il Cc.rrcvpondiiigConiiniitt:  Tisìki.Y Af»SlO!ilTi0V.-~ Tlu General Ass-m iatioii of Mass-achu.sen.s lield its anmial nieet-iijg at North Brooktìeid òn the 27tli June. I^om the Pastor-?il Letter^hey then^issoed, the  following is an t xti.ietcontain-ing a timcly n proof lo those tentale reformers who assume labors tbatnro the appropriati  hlm, imd jmnin^^^engíh by oth<'rseiç1h tlie  philanthropic etlbrfs^ of the tuiics.^ The ^ociaiion says : '' Wc imite  presem .seem to threaten the femaie character \\'\i\i wide sjjread and permanent injury. The appropriate duties ami iu-fltience of women are clearly stated in the New Testament. Those duties and thul jiiilu-  it always has h^en a picuHar; tri»it  the cbarader of thatpaity which na^i  parade under the stylo and title ofwhig,  to fiml nitjU vntive^ry thing that they  cannothSyeUi^rorofrT^^^^  acii^ tb^y .hayo sustsinod from-lh^^ origiudown to the present tim<?. it js nn uniform practice with them to con;' detnnmeasnres, which in the ; next  breati., Uiev will say, the business ot  the coantrv"cannot be susfaincd.mth' out. For instance, the banking sys-Yoi( can hardly find a whig but  what he will tell you^ie;paper currency,Trom » United States Bank, down Xo Xh<j sMn-plastcr operation, is much the best, and far the most convenient, (or the people. This lugging the hard iJoUaj'«: iduiid is aitoKeUier too tedio\»s 6 business, iot tiio democrats, when, a bank^promi;jC tu-pa\,' or u ^hiii plus-  tcrTCprcsentaiive, .Jan be luid so cas  The state banks, with the power they no,w possess, (and lew will say it isJiot enough) the whigs pretend are wicked  (¿onvieled of grand larceny for tt«« one hundred and seventyJive pomii pork» and sentenced to Ihe stiUd for four years.  We sincerely hope the govern will imstea wpirov^mem ^^ legony river as fast as poshible.  We have just received a few numb of a new semi-iiionthly periodical^ pi lishcd in PbitadelpHia^ eiaiitl*^ Ladies Garland," by Modro ftt4 ^ terhouse. iris ti neat octavo of siiU pagci), and aiTorded to subacribeis i one dollar a year. . From the baity < amifiation we have given it, we ih^ think it worth three time» the hk«« and calculated to rival in pubUe;^  matioii many of the older e^biih  periodicals.  Will the publishers be ^ ^^^ H send xts No. .0, ~ \v hTcli viiiriiol eoi^ edin the package wo received.  Clark Saunders has been aji^o^ Post Master at West Clorksville, iarth  ïhines, unles:i there can be a great ¡county  mac  bank, with as mudi power as all th?; liltle ones combined, to regúlale ílicm. ir we cannot have a bank so canstirtíct-ed that it will keep within bouifds, without one of boundless pawer to act.as a regiiiaior, the sooner the system is a-bindoncd the better. I^ublic conveni-  Times will be conducted by D. C. Bry-an, Esq. in whose hands wehajrooo doubt it will fully sustain itsforarer respectable standing.  ^'■"(..hir R-adcrs wiU ¡iL-ir-L'iv<i thiU tlio central cimnnUcc have called a county 'coiivaninn, i'ur the '¿rst im-om-mo! It has lK:en dceitied advisable lo give tills early iiolice, thai ihi'. pcupl inigathave an opjiui iunity lu confer, to igcther unori the snbjuct, and to form thcir/opimons dciiberateiy in regard to the nfi^proachiirfi eieclton. . The present is a time of di'i!^ solifitudctu evi'vy patriot, and the right of suilVage should, be excrciscd wltii ji dgrnent, and with veferencc sok'iy to the wdtare , of the coiintry. Tlie e.xtraordinary slate oC mir aiTiiirs d<m:u;dj llic cxcivise -of a more ihati ordinary inldiigeiice, and our rtipres'ii'atives shoidd bo sclecled With an esiecial ri.-forence to their qual-ificationri ;and the principles they sup^ port. Tic linifs rcijuirc men of in lent and integily^ of fstcrn moral courage (ind corr(Ct priucipl<\s, who will neither " bend tie knee to Baal," or bo frightened foroii the performance of their dutv.  .- The publication of the Gleaa Ai« catcr has been suspended, and its pk« will be supplied by the Olean Tim« which is to be issued firon^the eamc (rf fice. Thu Advocate, since its e«» mencement, has been conducted wHl much tiiste and ability, and altboutl enee, and public benent, is tl'« «stensi-! politics, it has.bwri al  bicijbjcct, in .granting a bank charter welcomed at our table. Thi  yet when a proposition is made to put the banks upon a perfectly safe foundation, so that the stock .holders would not realize more than seven per cent for their actual capital, and the first suggestion is, Who would take the stock! A Baltimore correspondent of tlw,IS'. This show^ at once, that individualj V. Evening Stari' Holds fbrlh in tliii profit, and not the public good, is tlici'; wise—hear him : ---if'''-.  crand lever bv which this bank whigl ''lam satisfied by wWt  t WSffiito action. Lvery; . ; , , ' . .V" ' , , , i must  u.f not allow a fair and honest appeal  the Milthy lucre.' at a rate per cesi of to the ballot box—they have aiade thè  fi orti twenty-five to fifty, is with them, ^ Governmenl bankrupt and ìmpbvefisb»  a co.rse that will load to naiiorial pros-"oW rulend^ f^Mji  pc rity and h;i ppiiiess ; wlule laws that !  bcrir ( (iiially iifioii the rich and llu- poor ,,,, . ,, ■ , ,  ' . , ... , . ' 1 his leiiow would make a brave corpo-  by Eustaining the uiilorliuuite in their' .......... l . • .  right.?, and restvùi-ning the purse-proud iiristocrat from overreaching his less  out. I'of tmic 1 liin ready for thenj.'-What is to be done in sucb a case?  torUuiate neighbor, are sueh a-i will arciy produe-c indis idiird and national baukvuptey and disgrnce.  Hence the necoa.-.ity of advocating  The Malta (iovernment Gazette. of May 10, mentions that the Porte had " <;ranted ajkman l'or the pa^sawe^ofThtF passage of the Dardanelles to the Aniericiui frigate Uniteci Siatt s, Conmiodore Elliot.^— That vessel was expected in the J5osphorus,baving on board Commodore Porter, Minister of the United States to the Ottoman Porte.  (t/^It lus been suggested by several prominentniemlicrs of the Democratic party, that it would be advisable to make out couiiiy n^ conventioi on the *21st September, in order to .-iive the time njiii expense attendant ipon an adjournment and scc-oiid nieeiug. This willof cour.-<e be a matter for tho consideration of the convention, anid thii "delegates li.tii better come prepared toad upon th'' question  A gentleman named Windt died suddenly at Pouglikeep-sie on Sáíurday last from eating a mushroom plant called toad stool, which he mistook for a gemtine mushroom.  The St. Louis Ucpubliean,. a u hi >rinr, in giving an a'ccount of a r. < et election in a ncighbtrrihg state, savs :  '\Ueiunis come in slowly, but they diow a l^rge iijtB*ase of the {¡J^lianl  njliJVhJgi^f^tly. "_____________-  : So the wlugs^re willing to ack liciw edge at last, what has all along be appa rent, that they are identified_jwitli-4he  The Ko^ster Daily Democrat describes a valuabie Agricultural improvement. It is a Machiue for cutting, thrash-itig^^tnd^k'aiuhg graiiiT^^^^ ^^^ T 31aclmie, which is worked by horse power, cuts, thrashes &  woe, ihat  mnioun The inventor's name sharer of their fortunes;,  is Moore. ^ ^^^'^^ ebstor's journey to tbe westfHad  no other object tlian fo afford him, an opportunity - to viliify the- admiuistra-tioh, and glorify, the bank. But if we »nistake not the signs of the times, the day has gone by, wlmi the p^ple cari^ gulled into any furliier support ofth?: bankincr mo'f'i/'o/v.  ral .in Mr. Edward S., Gould's commit» tee of ten thousand. The government had better hiiik out—such chaps atè dangcrotis. .  The ,1>]rectors. uf the Allegany Vo. Mutual Insurance Company, will meet one thing tu-day, and condemning the at the office of llie Secretary, in the vil-same to-morrow ; and to keep these lago of Angelica, on tht Hth day of  August instant, pursmuit to adjoiirn-nient. Au^-ust 14, 1S3T,  K LLOVI>, Secretari'.  inconsiHtonck'.3 out of view, with seeming modesty assume to themselves all tho talent, all tho wealih, sll the virtue, and all-thc love of country, tlicro is in the world, and when the dembcrats re-' fuse to give them all the oflkcs, the people, poor, iniserablo crnalurcs, arc so ignorant, they ha-ye cheated themselves out of every, thing worth pTCsot-ving. Awful calamity ! when whigs can't rule.  Mississippi Eiection.—TUc clectipn for members of Congress, in Mississippi, has resulted in the choice of the Van Piuren candida'es by an overwhelming vole. The vvliigsJiad^made grcalxalcnkttroii.s upon the efiect of the  The New Orleans papers bring of tho deceasb of the lion. Samuel 11. Harper, District Judge of the Un&Id' States tor the District of Louisiann.  Extract a Letter dated  " Fort Draxe, Fu. July U  " I have but little Indian news to communicate. , You have heard, I pw-sume, that about 100 Indians are on the bL Johnsj and another party of tlw same number in this vicinity, with or ders from their chiefs not to nioleif \vhife people^ or interfere with their property—one oTrwrdTour' J ndiatis some days since, and sent wort  pressure, and have been greatly disap- ffy «¡^ to come in, \if_4bey:,  the true cause of the pressure, and it is Indians (Creeks) to enable to coinmi idle any longer to lay the sin at the Iwish—that was pemce.icc, door of the admini.stralion. It's no co.' • that they might  ,, , • , . ^ ithe next day four or Ive; 1 he Onondaga Standard asfe " how I appearance, with melloM.  comes it that those who were so clan,- T® n' , ^^Y thov- planted^  «t^t^^ibr the^-^ä^^^ralÄ  law to authorise private banking now the corn Will not i  amount to much io  presenre so studied a silonce on the,'^^»««nfiicanf not having been freed subjcic^ ?" It is the caliii,: Mr. Stand-  ____< . ^r . . — "I ---. ..  ard, that precedes the storm. The people have made ^p^^ieicminds to ha^-e a gr-neral banli law, and at_a proper lime ivill ask for it in a voice that the legislature will noUarcjoii^ ^i^iin^n'ssr-whirair^ can  any longer have the exclusive control  of the currency ofihe^untry, or the power to inake money penty'or scarce at pleasure. . .  The Cincinnati Evening Post, states thatacomract has been made at that place to deliver a large quan?itv of pork at^:2 r,0 per cwt.  Àsan offset' to this, nt..ooT rguri  1 missed one of the Indian from  turned , he haTbeen to Fort Mellon  bv TfPfttv \ ? established oy 1 reaty, and that five or sis of their  s oro („„h S ^ rtoj^  arenT. fi "««»■'«d cbifr  pass offto au i iw^T season fo-   

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