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   Experiment, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1841, Norwalk, Ohio                               Pk-. v S. L. HATCH J. M. PARK.] i HAVE swont uru.i THE ALTAR or COD, ETEH-CAL IIOSTILITT AUIXST KTEBT KISD or xriuucxr ovru THS sum or Jefferson. [EDITORS PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. NORWALK, HURON COUNTY, OHIO-WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1841. WHOLE" NO. THE MEMORY OK JOYS THAT AUK I'AST. IIV MC5. HEMASS. There Is a tear A tear of rapture and of jjrief; The feeling heart alone can What --oft emotions biJ It How. Ji is Memory charuis the tintiJ. lender uheii her inajjic shells restore Departed ami juts no more. There u an pensive hour, And oil! him dear toothing jxmer; It is when milight her veil, And sieaN the silent dale; 'Ti> uhen the lading When all and repu-e; Then memory wAes, atiJ lines to uiuuru The thai never can return. There is u 'train, and a plain the strain, The and vttof paiu; It is the soiijjofd) 1115 measure Some tVjujiifMuted lw> heard with pleasure. friend who ne'er asain may hear The melting Ijy to Memory dear; Ah! then by restore ViMDtia of no more. JJANDlEsT Ye mincing, squinting, smoked face, pretty tiling, "With laced as tight us liddlu dtukiil .is a tuad, and -ujiplt: a cat, About The J) sharp, the patu U flat, Ye cringing, -Utts, Ye knaves, Ye lizard looking apes, with cat fi-li gilK Ye fCoiindrL'ls, go and pa) our A YANKEE INCIDENT. Not long since, but INCIDENT. inquiry relative to ilic strange plirnomcnon. j proper encouragement before Judge Cowan I ascertained that Mr. J. 51. Peyton, of Leb-. Government, lie propi from lite National He proposes to discharge this decided that the people must be tried in this i anon, was in the neighborhood at the time destructive shell from the largest piece of I country for crimes committed, there liappcn-j this strange shower fell, uhicli !ed me to ordnance; which, on leaving the gun, shall ed to be in one of the principal hotels, in inquire of him. Mr. IVs'statement explode immediately on striking whatever it Montreal, a pompous discussion amorce u quorum of British officers', upon the subject of the imprisonment of WLeod. And af- ter turning the subject over and over, and bringing to bear upon it all light, evidence and sound reasoning that the subject demand- ed, the gallant officers and other good and loval subjects, concluded it expedient and right to call out a regiment of Her liritnnnic Majesty's soldiers, march down to New- York, liberate the insulted prisoner, M'Lcod, and bear him in triumph to his home, as be- come the dignity of so great and powerful a nation as England. and in a moment all eyes were :o a remote corner of the room, where sat, before unobserved, a very com- fortable looking siranner, in whom, however, at a glance, could be discovered the true Yankee; for indeed he stood, (as we or rather leaned six feet and a per- fect giant: and that he sat, seeming only to admire ibe beauty of the ascending volumes of smoke, drawn from the end of his huge cigar, the like of which, together with whips and loco foco matches, he had for j ears ped- dled from Quebec to New Oilcans. "Gen- he, "I hope before vou under- take 10 carry your dcliberatiuns into effect, that you will use a litlle consideration. What, talk about taking McLcod out of prison with a regiment of soldiers? Why, gentlemen, yon talk 'ike children. "Why, all the forces you ran drum up be- tween here and so far north that the thcr- nioineler won't lisc at all, can't march down lo the city of Albany and back again no wav vou can contrive it. Now 1 am a little, small delicate specimen of Ycrinont, and would like to tell you what the Ycrmomers have done for your case. They have made a pro- position, through their legislature, to the gen- eral government, that thev will whip out, Mickenock; but the summer passed, tho ,lnj Canadas, New Bruns- leaves began to and 110 Irace could be anj jfova Scotia, for (ho sum of sitty- IND1AN STORY. Thrilling Surrender of .Mickenock ihe Umvu. One afteinoon in Ihe spring of 1829, a young Indian, named Mickcnock, of thu Ottawa tribe, on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, having indulged too freely in the use of the fire drink, commenced a quarrel with, and finally stabbed to the heart, a son of one of the chiefs. Knowing that he must suffer death by the hands of some one of the family, whose relative he had killed, he im- mediately collected his own family and fled into the woods. Tho chief and iiissons -it once commenced search for Ibe no pains nor toil weie spared to ferret out the hiding place of the unfortunate and guilty that he was at the house of Mr. K. M.'Chand-, comes in contact with; and that, whether it ler, living on Spring Creek, about the miles falls in water or strikes the earth, houses or from Lebanon, on Friday List; tbatabout 1 'ships; thus making it a universal shell, of or 2 o'clock D. 51. two of Jlr. Chandler's great destructive powers. Indeed, if he were negroes came in from the tob.icro field, n here i only to confine it to hand grenades, it would they had been at work, and slated to their i prove a valuable missile in warfare. It is master that it had been raining blood in the 'the opinion, we understand, of one of the tobacco field. Whereupon Mr. Chand'.er, distinguished officers present, that, in.this re- accompanied by Mr. Peyton and Mr. D. S. sped alone, it will have the tendency to Dew, relurard wiih the negroes, and found effectually prevent all of one vessel promiscuously scattered over a portion of the to board anoiher at sen. And it is likclvthat field, drops of blood, adhering to the tobacco in the Mine way it may be usefully employed leaves. prevent the landing of troops from .ships, This statement of Mr. being i w hen proposing to make a debarkation; and, a gentleman of strict me i also, against the passage of cavalry', or other to go in person to the spot and examine for troops, when attempting to cross a river, myself. Accordingly, on Sunday last, 1 went As far as we can understand the subject, to the house of Mr. Chandler, who, in com- in all explosive discharged from pieces pany with Mr. T. B. and John Jackson, jof ordnance, three are indispensable, proceeded with me to the tobacco ground. Mr. Chandler stated, in substance, the same and a faihne in either particular rendeis tin The result has been, that the whole pay- ments made to the banks for the use of them, their capital, during the last ten years, has been in the aggregate, This would be aaauallv, on an average, By adding the aggregate loss, computed at And the aggregate amount paid in the last ten vcars foi the use of bank-, Making the whole cost of the banking system FCOJI The President ofthc Unllctl States, lietarning, with kit objections, the I'M "to provide for the better itig, and disbursement off the public reve- nue, by means of a Corporation to be styl- ed the fiscal Corporation of the United being an average annual MX on the coniniu- J constrained, by the duty faithfully to uxecuie To ilie llouio of Representatives: It is with extreme regret that I feel myself nity, since 1791, of nearly These are astounding results, und ought In make thu most sanguine friend of the hank pause. Nay, sir, they speak 'irumpet tongii- against the United Slates Hank, as well as our whole paper system." Such is the enormous swindling carried on by a legalized horde of bankers, under the iusulling plea of benefitting labor. These banks and bankers put us in mind of a ccr- tlwt Mr. Peyton had stated: that his negroes The first is-, that it shall not explode in or on were at work in the tobacco, and about half- j leaving the gun; secondly, that it shall ex- past 11 or 12 o'clock, a rattling noise like plodcon reaching its destination; andthiidly, rain or hail was hoard by them falling around, that it shall be perfectly safe to handle. Dr. which they soon found to he drops of blood I Jones-pioposes and expects that his shell falling. On looking up, the negroes Mate shall strictlx, undi'r the proper test, drinou- shell comparatively, if not entirely useless.! tain description of Iriendly who %vill hang about vour premises, eaiiii" vou out of they saw a small red cloud passing swiftly from east to west, immediately over their ov er found of the murderer; almost in despair, the old chief, burning to revenge .the death of Ins son, looked about lor some relative of flvo the price too high. The overnment approved of the Mickcnock, upon whom he could satisfy this legislature reconsidered the vote and made a dailing desire of the Indian he.irl; but no second proposition, and agreed to do the work for thirtv-six dollars und fifty This the general government accepted; and now the only remaining question to be settled is, who finds the amun'.tion. As soon us that is settled we shaM 1m over here. "The boys are now heading this way, and it is all the government can do to hold on to their coat skirts 10 keep them off fioni you; and mark my wold, in three days from the time the government lets go, there won't be [JriiMi Government enough left for ;t by- word. But, gentlemen, if you persist in go- ing for McLcod, arrange Jour affairs for a long absence, and for heaven's sake, and more particularly for vour own, don't go bv the way of The conclusion of the matter was, that if Vermont had actually got started, and if the Yankee then willi them was, as he said, but a small, delicate specimen of what was to come, they had butter abandon at once the idea of sending for McLuod, and arrange their affairs at home for such unwelcome vis- itors. [Essex Co. Republican. More about the Jilood pub- lish to-djy, from thu Lebanon Chronicle, some further dclaili of the 'Shower of Blood which fell in Wilson county. Our rcadris may assured of the facts slated, however we are Unable to account for them. A sci- entific gentleman of this city left here on bled chiefs, and sat down in silence in the Saturday, on a visit to the scone of ibis centre ofthc lodge; his wife and children {phenomenon for ihe purpose of gathering immediately followed and formed a circle i further particulars. one could be found; all the family and blood relatives of Mickenock were with him in his hiding place. Despairing at length cither of finding his enemy or avenging himself upon any of the blood relations, the chief dutcr- mined to avail himself of the privilege iil- lowed by Indian custom, and to avenge hiin- aelf upon ono of the relatives of the wife of thu murderer. Mickcnock, although clfec- tu.dly concealed from the old chief, was m-v- crtheliss conversant through sonic of his friends, of all that was transpiring in the chief's uigwam; and so soon as he learned the determination to avenge bis son's death upon one of his wife's relatives, he im- mediately sent in word to the old chief's wig- v.-am, that upon the day of the muuting of the great Council, which was then soon to beheld, he would deliver himself up to a- tone for the life of his son. The chief re- information with evident gratifi- cation. A few weeks passed .iway, the gre.it lodge was erected, and the Council at length as- sembled. The chief communicated the in- lelligt-nce which he had received from his son's mmdurer, and it was agreed that no bli- siness should be transacted until Mickenock should appear. The Council sat in silence until about twelve o'clock, uben suddenly the brave Mickenock bounded into the midst nfthc Council, calmly surveyed the nssem- round him; then taking out his flint, he struck a spark, and lighted his pipe, and smoked it in silence; the uycs of all the Council and bis little family were fixed intensely upon him. At length Mickenock arose and ad- dressing himself to the chief, said, "I killed your son, he was a young brave, he did mo no wrong, he was my friend. 1 drank the fire drink, the fire drink made me kill vour son; Mickenock is very sorry, and dcse'rvcs to die." Then the oldest brother of ihe deceased, he drew a knife from his bosom. said Mickenock, "is the knife that drank the heart's blood of your brother; take it, like a brave man avenge your brother's death." This said, Mickc- nock instantly laid bare his whole The brother spat upon his hand, clenched his knife with a death-grasp, and drew up his arm. Mickenock pointing to the spot nearest his heart, gave the word "Strike." Instantly ihe brother plunged his knife to the hilt into the bosom of the bravo Mickenock, who fell dead at his feet. The wife and children of Mickenock be- held tho whole scene, apparently without moving a muscle; but the momcnt'lic expir- they all fell upon, and embraced bini, and and waitings, winch cannnt [Nashville Banner, Aug. 23. The following communication is from too respectable a source to question ils verity; we therefore give place to it. We will adii str.ite itself lo possess all these ruquiMlcs.and which no other inventor in this or any other country has ever vet been able fully to attain, and that his shell shall still letain its univei- Mr. Chandler I'eylon visited tho j sal explosive powers. Under this view of place, about 3 o'clock the same evening, and the case, admitting his shell to combine these the office of President of the and to the best of my ability to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, to return to that House in which it originated, the bill "to provide'for the better collection, safe-keeping, and dis- of the public revenue, by means of a corporation to bu styled the Fiscal Cor- poration of the United with my .written objections. In my message sent to the Senate on tlie Ifith day of August last, returning thu bill "to house and home, just for ihu great love and incorporate the subscribers the Fiscal heads, and which, soon after passin; them, disappeared entirely. found, as they thought, drops of blood and small portions of flesh. Mr. C. slated he Found a piece which he thought to be about half flesh and half fat, an inch and a half or two inches long, all of which produced a very offensive .smell, extending all over the field. JMy visit was not umil Sunday evenin, important qualities, it will amount to ibis: that no .ships, boats, houses, or any thing that is destructible fire or concussion, can ex- ist before it within range ofcannon shot. [National Intelligencer. i ihu Ohiu Statesman.] about fifty hours from ihe time ihe matter MONSTROUS KUIlISKKins or l.MJOK, I'.Y fell at that time, there was no odor percep- tible, when ihe particles were brought very near; the smell was then very offen- sive. I c.vamined the drops on ihe tobacco leaves, and satisfied myself tb.it they had fallen perpendicularly on the leaves. I next examined for the extent of ihe shower, and ascertained it to havo been from forty to sixiy yards in width, and six or eight hundred yards in length. A forest on the east, and a" field of weeds on the wrst, prevented our trncing it beyond the green tobacco. It was thinly scattered, probably a drop for every ten or fifteen feel, although irregularly dispersed. 1 gathered from the leaves some particles which appeared to havo been clear blood, uncombincd with any thing else; others seemed to he finely pulverized muscles, and blood mixed, and others composed of muscu- lar, fibre, and adipons mailer interspersed, one portion of which I found an oily exuda- tion issuing from, caused by the heat of the sun. As lo the quantity which probably fell, 1 could get no very satisfactory account, so as to make a probable statement; but ibat it did fall in a shower over :be space above mentioned, and llmt it is animal matter, arc facts unquestioned by me, both from my ow n observation and from the statements of the gentlemen before named, who are both men ol unquestionable veracily. Mi, Chandler and bis neighbors have great confidence in tho veracity of his boy, who witnessed the falling of the mailer. I for- bear any further comments at present I would only add that I all thu mat- ter 1 could collect to Dr. Gerald Troost, of Nashville, who will, no doubt, exhibit it to any person who maj call on him, whore they may examine for themselves, and give the philosophical cause if they please. Efjiloslrr Shells. On Monday afternoon, at G P. M., Dr. A. Jones made a second experiment with his shells, near the Navy and War Departments, ill presence of the Secretary of W.ir, Commodore Warrington, the Secretary of the Treasury, Col. Bomford Till'. HANKS. Nothing is more astonishing than that ai intelligent and free people should submit with such indifference to the system of bank swindling, which i? lobbiiiL' lliem of millions upon millions. Edmund W. lliibhard, of Yirginia, in a reccnl speech in Congress on the "fiscal thus sums up facis fi'tun an official report made to Congress in February last, by that able and correct statesman, Levi Woodbury, ihon Secretary of the Tiuasury. This official icpnrt is made up from docu- mentary evidence and has never iirelemlud to be denied "Mr. Chairman: 1 now adveit to that we have evidences of the fact, that of the Ordnance office, Col. Tottcn iifiln Engineer Department, and several niembeis of Congress and private On this occasion, we Icain that the same simple lin substances mentioned in the communication did fall from the heavens in a shower, that no man in his senses can doubt. Although no one save the negroes saw it fall, yet ihe manner found spattered upon the to- bacco leaves could leave no doubt upon the shells, of larger size than those used on the first occasion, viere, as in the- first instance, thrown from the hand into the river, and in mind of any ono who saw it that it had fallen, j every instance exploded great force. We have seen and examined the substance Seven were thus discharged; some were it is, we do not pretend lo conjec- ture, but it looks like putrid flesh, or a blood} glutinous manor concreted, and smells very nauseous. It is indeed a verv miraculous regulated that they sunk lo ihe bottom of the river beloie exploding, and then went off with great power, raising huge columns cfllm wa- ter above the stirfare; others were made to friendship they liavu for voui self and family. Is it any wonder that such a .system of whole- sale robbery and plunder should require a bankrupt law to sponge out and obli- gations to the amount of four or five hundred millions of dollars i K it remarkable that thu band of Providence should seem to smite down thu whig party, under attempts to .sus- tain themselves bv aiding and abelting .such liankof'.be United I distinctly de- clared that my own opinion had been uni- formly proclaimed to he against the exercise "of the power of Congress to create Ka- tioiiiil Biink to operate per se over the Un- und entertaining that main objection to that bill was based upon the highest moral and religious obligations of- conscience and the Constitution. I readily a curse upon mankind i If a man is stopped j admit, ihat whilst the qualified veto vviib another view of this subject. In a report 0! the Secretary of the Treasury, of 12lh Feb- ruary, 18-11, I find the following statements, made in reply lo a call from the Senate ask- ing to be informed of the number and capi- tal of the banks that have failed in the United Stales .sinco 17S9. AnncAcd is hissiimmaiy "Capita! of 20 banks, failing before 1811 Capital of banks, failing between 1811 and IS'iO Capital nf ihu 1.30 banks of vthich 1-10 are ascertained to have failed between 1830 and 1811 Capital of 30 banks now sus- pended which have probably failed in the highway and robbed of the whole couiniy is aroused lo calch thu these bankers, under tlie protecting povvci of a privileged charter, can abstract the prop- erty of a whole nation, and cause millions of widows, orphans, and laborers to mourn, while a great patty sailing under the bioad banner of WHIG, fly to thy rescue of these privileged swindlers. Let ihu people see to ibis stale of things. And is it not a proof of ihe connection ol the whig parly with ibis system of bank rob- bery from the fact thai thu whig papers aiu almost silent on the aie ex- irumely careful lo keep their readers ignorant of all such matters of facts as are developed in the above oxliact. Talk lo a whig about such a monstrous stale of things and he ex- presses as much ignorance and astonishment, as (hough he were from the tiibeof flat-heat Indians, unless his prejudice had so far sub- sided as to permit him lo read a democratic paper. THE BANKRUPT LAW. The N. Y. Evening I'ost gives the follow- ing brief synopsis of the most important pro- visions of ihe bankrupt Law. 1. Thu fust section provides that all jiui- snns residing in thu slates or territories of ihe United Stales, w hose debts Imvc not accrued while acting in fiduciary capacity, and who shall apply to ihu proper court, setting forth a list o! bis creditors, ibcir names and resi- dences, with thu debts owing to each, with an be legarded, and was intended by the wise men who made it a part of the Constitution, as a gre.il conservative principle of our sys- tem, without the exercise of which, on im- portant occasions, a mere representative ma- jority might urge tlic Government in its leg- islation beyond the limits fixed by its fr'amers, or might exert ils just powcis too hastily or oppressivelv; yet, it is a power which ought lo be most cautiously exerted, and perhaps never, except in a case iminently involving the public interest, or one in which the oath of the President, acting under bis convic- tions, both menial and moral, imperiously requires its exercise. In such a case he lia's no alternative. lie must either exert the negative power intrusted him by the Constitution chiefly for ils own preservation, protection and de- fence, or commit an act of gross moral tur- pituJe. Moic regard to the will of a majority must not, hi a constitutional republic like ours, control this sacred and solemn dutv of a sworn officer. Thu Constitution ilseff, 1 regard and rhcritli, as the embodied and wi it lull will nf the whole people of the Unit- ed States. It is their fixed and fundamental law, which they unanimously prescribe to the public mere trustees and servants. This, their will, and the law which they have given us as the rule of our action, hiii no guard, no guarantee of preservation, protection, and defence, but the oalhs which if pre-cribes to the public officers, the suiic- mvuutory of his whole property, and declar- titv with which thev shall religiously observe IIIR himself unable to meet his debls. shall be) thoM! oalhs, and the patriotism Wiili which of ihe people shall shield it by fheir OHII sove- reign will, which has made the constitution supreme. It must be exerted against the will Whole number and their whole capital This number of 395 banks, conir iiiiiioi.il iaiiiiuiu iiii'Ul HIM UUU15, SllilII deemed a bankrupt within tho provisions this act. Tradeis, iVc. owing no less than two thousand dollars, may he declared bank- rupt on thu petition of a creditor w hose debls amount to livo hundred dollars, whenever they are guilty of an act nf bankruptcy, i. e. leaving the Stale with intent lo defraud, con- effects or making fraudulent assign- ----------j meiils, the fact to bu iriud by a jurv. lo, 2. Thu second section provides :i of a mere representative majority, or not at all. It is alone in puistinnceof tlint will that any measure ran ever reach the President; and to thai because a majority in Con- gress have passed a bill the President should therefore sanction it, is lo abrogate the pow- er altogether, and to render ils insertion in have failed in fifiy years, may seem high; transfers or conveyances of properly, made I ihu constitution a work of absolute supcrrer- but it is not so large as in E'lglaud, whero, I in view of bankiuplcy, shall be deL-ni'jd ul- notwithslandingany favorable influence of n lerly void; but all bona fide dealings with a national bank ousting near a century and a bankrupt entered inlo tno moml's hclore half, it has happened that from i petition is filed against him, shall not he in- a period of only 31 years, 381 failures of, validated, and the rights of miiioii, widows, banks have occurred, on which bankrupt liens, mortgages and oilier securities, not lo commissions weru faken oul. Near four times he impaired. as many more, it is said, failed within that 3. That all the properly, personal and real, time and compromised. on JIIii- of a person declared a bankrupt nry, p. 202." j ipso facto, in the assignee, who is uflnsic-! since to tfie people, ed to sell, manag is veiled iguee, who is empower- a and dispose of the same, the eiistuicc of banks anil the list and to sue and he sued, subject to ihe orders f .1 r... J occurrence, but no stranger than explode a fe.w feet under the vvatei, and olh- Scorcs of men of unimpeachable veracity era again immediately and instantly slrik- lestify lo the fact of the substance being found the surface. Several of llicm exploded as described in the following communication, the report of a six or nine pound r.m- and none who have seen the place, and learn- j ,ion, and .sent the walcr in some instances cd the circumstances pretend to question ils ,n0re than 100 feet in the air. On one occa-' sion, the quantity sent up was so great that it spread and fell in a heavv shower hath on shore, and wet the spect.itors so freely that it set them all lo scampering. To prove the having fallen from the heavens. [Lebanon Chronicle. [For die Mr. Editor: It is with some degree of dif- fidence I submit to ihu task of making the .safety of these shells, in handling them, the following communication to the public I doctor, in two or three instances, threw ihcm be described, and altogether your paper: being well aware that, from the from his hand on the hard ground, and then presented a pjcturo Of suci, an. gnish and genuine sorrow as lo overcome and melt every spectator of the scene. After the wife and of iyiickenock llad expressed thc.r sorrow for half an hour, the old novelty and strangeness of the occurrence which I shall shall subject myself to the incredulity of the public. But as the facts can be attested by a number oj'vvit- luu nesscsof ihe firsl feel indcm- tl clnel thus addressed her: "Wife of nifiud in making the statement. The facts Mickcnock, we are satisfied; yonr husband ate as follows: was a brave man; he died like a brave man are my daughter.and your children are my children; go into my wam.you shall be well treated, and live with me as my daughter; these children shall Rrow up around mo and shall be Jaiiglu to be like their father. bank papir. 1 Losses by hank failures 2 Lossesbysuspunsioiisofspe- cic payments by banks and consequent depreciation on their notes of the courts. The necessary kitchen and household furniture, ihe wearing apparel, and olhcr articles having reference to the condition of tho bankrupts family, but not to i exceed three hundred dollars, shall be e.x- 3 Losses by destruction of bank Holes by accidents 4 Losses by counterfeit hank notes beyond losses by coin 5 Losses by llucfiations in bank currency affecting pri- ces, extravagance in living, sacrifices uf properly, and by only a part of the other incidents lo the banking sys- tem, not computed above, at least empied from the operation of Ihu act. I 4. That a bankrupt conforming to the rc- quirements of the act, and the order of the I courts milde under it, shall be entitled lo a full discharge, by certificate, from all oration. The duty is to guard the funda- mental will of the people themselves from (in this case I admit unintentional) change or infraction by a majority in Congress And in that light alone, do I regard the constitu- tional duly which I now most reluctantly dischaige. Is this bill, now presented for my approval or disapproval, such a bill as 1 have already deckued rould not receive my sanction? Is it such a bill as calls for the exercise of the negative power under the Docs it violate1 the constitution, by creating a national hank, to operate per se over the Union? Its litle, in the first place, describes its general character. It is "An act to pro- vide for the boiler collcrtinti, safe-keeping and disbursement of revenue, by means of a corporation, to bo styled the Fis- cal Corporation of the United States. In style, then, it is plainly national in its char- acter. Its powers, funclions, and duiies, arc Aggregale, computed full discharge, by certificate, from all his ____ debts, unless a majority in.....nberand value I ihosc which pertain to the collecting, keep- of credilors dissent; the discharge not to be I ing and disbursing tho public revenue. The granted until ninety days after the decree of baiikiupicy, and seventy days' public notice lo credilors, who may appear and contest the right of a bankrupt to a discharge. When the residence of the creditor is known, he shall have personal or wrilten notice. means by which these are to be excited is a corporation, to bo styled the Fiscal Corpo- ration of the United States. It is a corpo- ration created by the Congress of the United Stales, in the character of a National Legis- lature for (he whole Union, to perform the, kicked them about with his tect till the cases were indented, without going off. lie then picked them up, and threw them inlo the i 1. The resolution calls for thu sums thus river, when, in each uise, they immediately paid, whether 'diruclly or and Credilors to be entitled to a share in ''.fiscal purposes, meet tho focal wants and the bankrupt's property pro rata, without exigencies, supplv the fissal uses, and exert ---------------j priority or preference, except to thu debls the facnl agencies of the Treasury of the Amount paid btj the community to banks due to the United States, or to persons who United Slates. Such is its oun description annually, the last ten years, for the use j have paid out money for the bankrupt as' of itself. Do its provisions contradict its ti- nf banking institutions. sureties, who shall be paid first; and work- tie? They do not. It is true, that by its exploded with great violence. We are informed that the result of ihe ex- periments proved highly gratifying to all On Saturday last a young man brought to j present. The doctor has, in all, since he has my office a small piece of tobacco leaf, with I been in Washington, thrown thirteen shells, an apparent drop of coagulaled blood upon j without, in a single instance, failing to pro- it, and requested an analysis of j duce an explosion. These experiments, al- that the substance upon the leaf had fallen though novel and interesting, are only iniend- froni a cloud in the heavens. This excited i ed by him as exhibiting what he expects to my curiosity, and led me to make particular show, on a still larger scale, if he meets with whether by 'the people or the (jovcrnment.' It may be, therefore, th.it the amount col- lected by the banks- from the community annually, for interest, exchanges, rents, ought, in the opinion of many, to be consid- ered as what is paid to them 'for the use of banking institutions.' Consequently, an at- tempt has been made first, to form some esti- mate of this amount which shall approximate the truth. men shall be pr.id their full wages, not ex- ceeding Iwcnty-fiv'e dollars. 0. The disTricl courls of each district to have jurisdiction of all proceedings in bank- ruptcy, relating to persons residing in such district. But by subsequent section, the cir- cuit court of any district is givan concurrent jurisdiction will: the district courts. 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