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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - April 29, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana Tire i it Lai Aro Lily smart any a april 3�, iis37. People s nomination for president William h. Harrison. The commit indication of in continuation of the subject of internal improvement and taxes it i la appear in Olar a ext. A Tegi a that those who Are really friends to our int filial improvement system should super up its ant feelings to arise in relation to the Best it Odid of prosecuting it. It should be the wish of to carry it on vigorously economically and As rapidly As Good policy May dictate. We do think that the assertions of men who pretend to be in favour of carrying on our Public works that the people Are to be oppressed ground Down will not meet the views of All. Again we say come up to each other s help. We a copy the following article from the Nashville Banner As indicative of the feelings of the Tennessee press on this subject fair warning to proprietors of news paper establish ments in no step is taken for an Advance of prices equivalent to the increase of the Cost of every article of consumption we use and for More regular collection of our dues we must All Quot go to let us have a convention and Quot lock the door before the Steed is we go for weekly paper a year. Tri-weekly�?$8. Full prices for Advertis sgt no discount on yearly advertisers. Payments always in , and publishing the names of All Delisi quests who neglect to pay one month after Bei in requested Otu to with a positive pledge of Honor from Al to do no Kavork f 618iand feels and knows that us Houff n May owe at the end of the year 861. He can not to an improved farm better , and wit better fences and Good crops in if a Mechanic e sees on a brother officer Soho stood High in the esteem of his country Gen. Brown but who in a recent military order had been so unfortunate Ai to speak with disapprobation of the practice of about him increased tools and More con Orient i whipping in the army and this was All he contributed to the address. The parental advice to the Young officers and the Fine military and patriotic feeling which breathed through the rest of it were altogether dramatic. The other state a work shops and increased occupation. La feels that he can afford to owe $61, twice this uni if costs him less than it earns his. And if he is safer in owing than being Weil but to return to the Subj i who we h we per was on his leaving Florida where he had Dis started if our position is Correct and if it we j played his excessive Energy for some months As Are open to correction we think we car assert military and civil governor. You know said that the calamities that Are new unon us. In to not itary and civil governor pfc what will suit accordingly i wrote an their origin in Over trading Ibro it us Lillieve i address without a single suggestion from him that if any candid and Practised mini Wilt Onsi. And which was signed without a single alteration. Der the matter in All its bearings the Csc 4nsion arrived at will be found to a thai wars account with All foreign natio now struck balance would More Likely be a our i Ivor Jan against us and further that n of Nodi diff our country As it must be regarded Ltd by Brini i a pro in Active Indus ii the in i so Ait l re Sorci of now in f be. Ourse of , the i Casary report Roi it slow a Blance of .2 j list Ilioiu. . Us of �3 nillion ii no cause of Airm. Prove it Iii nut fral in those to is publishe1, unless paid for a Adlai. Movements to Thi amp t i vat Arn being Naup i All ruined by taxation Are most ill advised and in i a in arters of the , and while our expo -. S called for. We have doubt thai a rec double triple a that they when our. 1 Nril a pm a Heil sve of i idiot Snake a Liv i ies of tie to Intro Ore list Quot a Sig Thev armonious Uon among the ,j w. H ii now Are by Ynauth Vize. And improvement bring the to ump ii a Fly i a he ,.� of . Ali ice wort p shed a through i a that after to to works shall be com courier is in Ivor 1 to obviate that were cacti raid evils. A lated it will be a int tor of wonder with Evora i we Basic and Erie Caal t our in Aung if so it May be it at Liis a Irani Contos Quoter Yon Sis a. Illinois has just embarked la a system nearly in Quot not quite As extensive As ours and Kon Tacky Hasi Point Louceil the work in Good Earnest. The so Iril of internal improvement is abroad throughout our highly favored country and shall Indiana built i come alarmed Back out no. Honour , every thing forbids it. Her Public spirit and Enterprise have placed her on an Emi Ncncy from which Lier patriotic citizens cannot will not permit Iier to descend. No citizen of Indiana can travel a Broad with out being gratified at the part scions which every Ali arc meet him in relation to tie Energy patriotism and Enterprise of this Quot Young lion of the Wes we Feci a deep anxiety in common we Hope with All the friends of the system that our High stand May be maintained and that our Public works May be prosecuted without interruption and we Hope As a Means of accomplishing this that Confidence Harmony and concert May prevail that All Mere demagogue so will be frowned Down and that no jealousy Between the various works May be permitted to a Rise. The subject of classifying the Public works was agitated last Winter and is now undergoing discussion in various parts of the state. It sounds Well on a superficial View of the matter but when it comes to be brought into practice the difficulties seem to be almost insuperable. It was deemed Altoga ther impracticable last m inner in the it in would be Lound in Pic i Bie to narc Pon a plan that would meet the views of All. The enemies of the system arc aware of this and Zience Uliey Are to a Man favourable to classification. They know that Liose immediately interested in the speedy completion of either of tie canals rail Turnpike roads would if that work should not lie placed in tie first class unite wit i them in tie overthrow of the system and thus cause an entire loss state of what has i Cen already expended besides destroying her credit abroad. 1 e. Loi a on Cann _ a Chunie it May answer in one the new you a Cit barter election has resulted in the Complete trip Niph of tie they have elected their candidate for mayor . Clark by a majority of near 4000 votes. The i Wincil on joint ballot stands 23 whig to ii Van Kiiren the City of new York has heretofore been under the government of the vanity shut she now stands Quot redeemed regenerated and Dis enthralled Quot and forever May she continue so. In i t ii a Niit imn Liim Jirlds no communion with other Jon infinities Init no further. In an extensive country like ours we must use paper to perform the i lie paper must be reliable if a Man takes it in Maine and sends it in a letter carries it to n. Orleans to Chicago and can there Exchange it for Gold Silver Dollar for dollars it is there better than either because it costs less to carry convey it. Such a currency we had but we were not satisfied with it some thought we could have a Quot better currency Quot and in making Quot the Experiment Quot it was necessary to break up the system we had and Here we Are All in a snarl just As we were two nov years ago and not As had As we the address alluded to was often quoted to prove the fitness of general Jackson for civil government to show his exalted love of Liberty and the absence of dangerous ambition in his nature. It was highly eulogized As his production. I own i had some design by contrast in portraying out what a government ought to be to express my opinion of what he was Quot the incapacity of general to l. A on has by corp a univ Frabl Tou ii if Baitec Tati ii i delicacy t it i . Duane Declar d thai it ii v Lilu. I v. Son any Sun Jec . I ii a a cry is Nilica Matiy says that Wlinich i a Igil f in Ning that Jackson signs that which he doe.? not rite. At the of his admin station a pleasant acc u?pav.w\ent of Taie. Went nil received a complimentary bus Mainente presi Lent of Mexico sent it to the office with and i f a Fol owing laconic endorsement . Van Buoi i i n will reply to the letter of general via h Frank Esfi of a of do the Secretary i j lai2hcrl heartily at this conceit As lie was Nei \ i incr is Dit nor remarkable for frankness Quot to Gnu i Ucli i secret Lii Story. conclusion of the article of judge Brackenridge from which we copy the above is so forcible and full of political truth that we copy it although it is a commentary on a leading feature of the Farewell address from which he have ourselves purposely refrained Quot i have not sufficient respect for the new Farewell address to examine in minutely. A paper coming from what ought to be considered an authentic source claiming the Merit of paying the National debt for general Jackson because he vetoed a few trifling improvement Laws saving at the spigot while the Bung Hole was left open could Only be addressed to the grossest ignorance. Was uttered and Cobus actually had to wipe the tears from his eyes with the Tail of his morning gown. He then discovered that he had descended without his pantaloons and shouted to Katrine to bring them Down in hot haste. Quot veil veil vat ten neighbor Slatte Schaick Quot inquired he. Quot what ten Why get on your clothes unt Well have All the town awake unt ten my project shall be made so Cobus dressed himself in a Little More than no time and the Twain proceeding to the House of Yerk Spooner they soon roused that worthy and filled him with wonder and importance. They then separated and branched on in diff irent directions to carry All Good and Loyal democrats to the Benton hotel where they agreed to assemble by ten o clock that morning. By the time designated the Benton hotel was crowded to overflowing and in an hour s space Many capacious and spirit Loving democratic stomachs were in the same situation. Presently a so no a i Oice was audible notwithstanding the 2v i. I ii and Buzz and those who directed to a i a in. Corner of the room nearest the i Nar. I Ais i i <5 v i Al for there they be i yield Renou used p. Loudly upon right whisker barrel the venerable body of Han slate Schaick supported on either Side by of git. Van hard Cash and Yerk Spooner. Sion All a reduced to a tolerable fair Pem Coralic order and then the o a tor comm Noe ii. Quot fellow he \ glory of tis Day we to i pm Ven. uni cab eng i t Fiir Iii lilo is yet �fsporn�?1� Demour. Tic f be men of after Ages yet to coins in Alt future time successfully presented to the american people As a candidate for the presidency. But i do not complain. That High office never possessed any charms in my sight which could induce me to seek it by unworthy Means to desire it but As the spontaneous Grant of those who alone had the Power to bestow it. I shall be Happy if the government of my country by whomsoever administered shall wisely and justly employ its Powers to promote the interest and happiness of the people. As to myself personally i Only regret that i am restrained by circumstances from seeking in retirement that repose of which i feel so much need. Reciprocating cordially your kind wishes i am faithfully your Friend and obedient Servent quoth. Bloomington la., Monroe county female Seminary . Pering principal. In presenting the claims of this institution to the notice of the Public we would respectfully in Vite attention to a Brief history of its origin and Progress. A few individuals aware of the Paramo Rai in Porta Celt f female education and of the Compa i it. Be Inui ii of Quot of colleges and High st Hoo s for youth while the female mind we a neglected petitioned the state legislature of 18, ?-4 to Grant a charter for a female in Stith Ion n t one at the time existing in the Staie Quot a a Viva Ai appropriation of the Monroe county air the erection of a suitable build a i in. Titis being granted the Ini for this ices of a Vicman then just from England , Ivrose and attainment Iii recommendations from most re services will hereafter Point to it unt say Tat Vas e time were Ven Tere was men in in world who loved the t it n an As Well try uni of names of slaters chair unt Ard \ pc Tuble tii livid Ais in his own country warrant Cash unt Shn kaon uni Var Burn uni of not de Lii of of devolving on Yogi in to a citizens will be printed in letters of him in of a Spon sible a situation. A part of Quot he Coil and looked a Pori As a treasure Ridout value a building Basteen occupied two year out owing yet fellow citizens Quot but Here he was interrupt j to the want of sufficient funds it has never been de by the most deafening Aji Plause. This nil Ord-1 completed. De him Lime to pay his to his friends j a a a ice the organization of the Seminary nearly Van hard Cash and so Honor Olio stood the one j 200 Young ladies from various parts of this and with a bottle of whiskey in his hand and the old other slates have received instruction in the Dif a Pitcher of water. He mixed a full Glass Ferent branches of a useful and ornamental Educa did ample Justice to the inspire liner Bever Aije and lion. Through the liberality of our citizens the Quot proceeded Quot yes fellow citizens my notion is Lioard of j trustees Are now enabled to finish the a unt f a Lis you Are Ali Bere assembled that we Bave a Long pole got Al once unt Nail upon in a Pord Mitte words print a link Quot this proposition loud and continued cheering and the venerable attended Bave the following article is worthy the serious attention of every citizen of the United states when our Money purses Are touched party considerations sink into insignificance. From the new York Star. Our condition. The amount of imports for the last fiscal year ending 30ih september last was $189,980,535 the amount of exports Dir intr same Perio it i 1 28,663. Shall e Twenty years hence in the evil is not Cor tie writer must live Lau Glied in his sleeve at tie reeled. Quot i Larch Money Quot if Hussels Ofil Lay at j Absurdity of such an Ilea. He was catering Mere-cver3 turn and Corner is not the remedy it can t by for the ignorance of a Man for whom no Flatle Moye Quick enough. In is conf uhme and that by was Loo Gross an ignorance whose inseparable can be controlled tidy by re establishing a Well con Anions according to honest John Banyan organized system i f banking and a Midian it ies. 1 in his Pilgrim s Progress Are darkness Obs Tina edifice and ii is their intention to extend the advantages afforded in this institution by the Esta in pig letters to i he ashment of a preparatory and teacher s de was received with apartment. Several Young ladies who formerly been and Are now engaged in speaker was then carried about the town on the teaching in this and other states with credit to shoulders of the assent held democracy. By three o clock in the afternoon the pole was erected and such Joy As was pictured on the coun the states have tried this and failed in it con Orress alone can do it and the longer it is delayed the worse in will be. By and conceit a thiere is a doctrine asserted however which has been so often repeated by the late administration that it is evidently a favorite with Jackson and at the same time of the most dangerous character. Indeed if it be received by the people As orthodox it will produce an entire change in for our repro Conneu tic u election. The election lately held in the stale of Coxx Vecsi Cut has resulted in the be election of the late representatives in Congress ail of whom Are Ivi endly to a Maui Quot of our go non enl the present administration. 1 his is a Senu Kive Synicyn it substitutes an impracticable for Witch we were not altogether prepared and democracy and in effect creates a practical to is yet not hog elder so discouraging As it at first executive is the repro appeared. I he election was for the ii st time in a of a a a Congress the connection. I, by districts. In one of the six representative of the states of districts and As a hslricl.?. The a id lamp a d a ated majority of sixty Eigl votes in Antolie by the Noces ii on Seq me i 1 fax of the sex Culive is a ote of tic people it approx themselves and to the of their employers. Certificates will in future be Given to All who Complete the Couise with credit. The go tenancies of the Royal anti Bank democrats had Vernm enl is strictly parental emulation in All its never before been witnessed in All Lebanon and j forms is i discouraged and none but the purest to such Quot Long and lengthening Quot visages As the poor lives Are a presented As incentives to improvement a the head is not cultivated at the expense of the heart nor the mind to the neglect of the body and the destruction of the health. The healthful Friend ii of the system and was advocated with showing count of imports Over exports Ofsay majority of 100 in another by a majr i Ity of 150supreme Power of the i. A in although Ulli exception by those whose object was to sixty one 1 a hons of dollars. What portion of this was profits on exports break u Down. We doubt not Hal Many sincere by Thi Ipi Emen it would seem that we were to foreign nations this sum of sixty one million and hence the belief that we have re friends of Ternai improvement believe Tion would be the Beieler policy if a plan of Clai is fiction Quot Ould to upon without cud Quot Quot Quot. A it a a a str Ornale system and some per maps believe it practicable to adopt such a plan. We frankly confess that to our minds the adoption of a system of classification now would be attended with very great difficulty and we should fear that if it were accomplished with tie Aid of those who have been uniformly opposed to the system it would be an entering wedge to the prostration of the whole scheme. We believe that the anti internal improvement portion of the state would regard it As a Complete Triumph. We desire those who so zealously advocate classification to Tell the Public which work they desire to put in the in the Lourich by 300, und in the fifth by a Small ocular question May have been submitted majority. A Little Over 300 votes Midi be per this chive to ild have die government equally Between the too Teai pow a a rues j conclude it is not True and 500 votes More would have elected a Ive rep constitutions and is Rose natives Cut of the six Irum j a whig a founded upon a false of a p a i filse tact. Primpie democracy can Iilva Exi of i be whigs have Gamec in both a numbers Are so Small As to be Capri in branches of the state legislature sufficiently to a up convened in person to hear and Delibe prevent the tampering with the Constitution Delegate which if their opponents had obtained the proper Mieir Power to representatives expressly chosen Tion of two thirds in each House was threatened pose. The duty of the executive is by the demagogues of the Nat. Int. Execute the will of the people thus sex Texas. Our latest news from Texas is con pressed and perform certain duties assigned be trained in the following extract from the new ing responsible to the representatives of the peo leans courier of the 7ih inst which we received pie subject to impeachment by them and remo by the Steamboat Gen. Brown 1 Val from office. Even if it were practicable to an arrival last evening from Velasco furnishes submit a particular question to the direct vote of intelligence to the 2d april. The country was the people at the ballot Box it would be deviating tranquil and prosperous the Farmers were Active i from the theory of representative government by engaged and every thing prognosticate that but surely where no such question is submitted an abundant Harvest would Reward their labors. It is a groundless inference that it has been voted real estate had considerably increased in value i upon. A president representative May be rein the town of Houston lots of 50 feet front by elected notwithstanding particular acts Are uni-100 in depth have sold from $2500 to $351 0. Verbally disapproved and this either on account Little no apprehension appears to be entertain of undue popularity because the people have de of another mexican invasion indeed we be been pleased to weigh the Good actions of the Lieve that a Small frolic Quot with tie enemy would candidate against his bad from the Louis Lille Gazette. The dutchman s Jubilee. Quot Niters asps fellow citizen so them s according Quot to a the Bee the schooners of War Quot it a emr cry it Mior. Brutus and invincible Are Bolh at Galveston Wai Lebanon in Pennsylvania is a pretty Little town Over traded fibrin via. E nut Leisure into the matter we take simply the summary As published and we now direct the attention of such May feel an interest in the subject to the few remarks which follow. If the Treasury report embraces All imports then we can with safety deduct the following items from the Gross sum of imports 1st. The Coin imported in payments of indemnities. 2d. The Coin and other articles imported by emigrants Bankers amp a. 3d. The value of Oil whalebone and fish. We believe the amount of these to be Large. Our whale fishery alone by this Treasury report show the amount of 144,680 tons of shipping. Our citizens engaged in this important Branch of ,. Vii coif ii Gnu 111 Lui a la Iii i first class which in the second and which in the be believe Quot keep no cats that catch no third and thus enable the people to make up an opinion on the details of their system. Each one we suppose would contend that his work was the most important and an agreement could not be arrived at without a combination with those who Are opposed to the whole of the works. It does Well enough to talk about in the abstract but we Call upon its advocates to show us their system and the practicability of adopting it without jeopardy no the whole scheme of improvement. We May indeed be mistaken but we declare we cannot at present see How it can be accomplished. If one wish of our heart connected with this subject preponderates Over All others it is that our sy6tm of internal improvement May be prosecuted in the Best possible manner with the most rigid Economy and in a Way which will redound Mortt to the of our whup . Mice. Again we would enquire what is the probable amount of actual a Des abroad of our various securities state Bonds. Canal Bonds Railroad Bonds amount is not embraced in our exports but the proceeds Are doubtless found in amount of imports to be paid for hereafter not now. Again what is the probable amount of proceeds of shipment to Europe from ports other than those of . Less than the amount of exports which May have gone from us to procure said a Iii ments even admitting that no profits on the voyage were made Anta simple earning of freight wages pfc expenses triese items Are not embraced in exports but come to us Back again in the shape of imports and which Avith three items noted a Bove though they Are to Awell the amount of imports Are already paid for. The Treasury statement is made up to .?0th chop fallen whigs wore had not been seen on Earth since he Days of Don Quixote. Hans slate Schaick remained about the place receiving the plaudits and congratulations of the admiring populace till three o clock when having had glory Quot enough for one Day Quot he went Home to refresh himself of a Little sleep. Morpheus soon scattered a few poppies among the Oak Laurel leaves that encircled the Patriot s head and he fell into a gentle slumber. 13ut presently such a hubbub beset his ears As had never till that time been known out of bedlam Aad amid the slamming ors a braking of i Ridos and the Impresa icon of go a a. Al democrats of Ness of the place being unquestionable its local advantages and in Many respects its prospects Are pre eminent to make it one of the first institutions of the kind. The Mode of teaching adopted is the result of the experience of years after witnessing those practice in the first seminaries of Europe and this country and is found the most certainly and rapidly Lene and strengthen the mental a a of i. Ruand untiring efforts Are directed to the pm of the pupils in the be Gratifying to those modern romans. President Houston is highly spoken of and if we Are to believe report he is the Quot greatest and Best Quot that country can boast of. Ting supplies of men and stores. A perhaps pretty Altide town As one will come rav , like individuals Wiio pay their a b the i induction of Lii eur Industry general a Pitons c0nve.nti0n.vve would r. inv her is. In on Intercourse ?-�f�44� p��&3 of the Glt my a Thioni a there the a e Onn Terest is Itow proposed to be held on tie 4 h monday in May. a i. A Nih us we car. Belter a Tord to be it sep Temlin a last. It embraces of course All imports a in to that period. Nations that report Larf Friy j amounts to Twenty Iive Hun Dud men. A arriving at the Canp Are obliged to serve during the War 1 two Yeai they a e Trei decl a re Mola ,1 a a Mir a Vhey have plenty of and arc a in a Rencountre occurred on the 2d april Between across in All the Quot Keystone state Quot and it is More capt. Snell and Lieut. Sprowl in which the latter Over a very democratic Little town perhaps As was killed. Much excitement prevailed against Quot �>1 whirr Snell. Gen. Felix Huston and chief Justice Collingsworth of the supreme court of the rep Lilic came passengers in the Schooner Salt he Jer on a visit to their relations in this country. The army was encamped on the la Trecca it �8 time we should do to Sperre a Fuir m a m Advance. Is it not natural p Propf a it a n Lii at a very Large amount of rerun Crayon for our labor we in no of no intended by both a rues the such for by the Coli Mif then to c.,.r i it years import in icing 30ih sept., the Mode test promis is elect eau. To occur a sired object Bui to n Eio her Iii adopt regulations and prices As a Jority Mav a can eng it up Quot is now going Forward upon and pledge our Honor to adhere us. T. F them. When the present prices were adopted. Last amount in an our a Are get it a a perfect state of a tilth. A Bor rent and every article of produce did not command one half the amount they now do a even then the profits of the Printer were not greater than the profits of those eng ged in other occupations and the Public cannot do not expect us to continue to toil at on present beggarly rates. Editors who Are always expected to be the first to venture on untried ground instead of taking the Lead in this matter have modestly waited till those of All other vocations from the beggar up have made an Advance in the Price of their labor. Now is the time for us to consult together and to adopt such regulations it is hoped As will guard us against losses and impositions for the future. We think Means can be devised which will compel subscribers if they regard their Iio nor to pay promptly. Those editors whose engagements Are such As to Render it impossible for them to attend Reighl signify their Detor Minatto ear Quot rate will a kit the increased meet he incline ii Price will not the present and bite Long period of oppression in our monetary affairs tend largely to diminish current imports and Aid also in increasing the amount of exports of foreign goods already imported. We exported last year ending 30th september ijl00,916,680 of Domestic productions and ifii2i,-746.369 of foreign productions. We dont think a Man in Trade would be regarded in a Quot bad Way Quot who bought $189 Worth of goods on credit per annul and paid $128 on account it would be a hard matter if his not sound for 61, whilst it was showing that his business was going on and his Tock in Trade was Good. For this is the worst View of the Case As shown by the Treasury report. But if the inquiries we Haye made above Are sound this balance of i of is very materially reduced. Ask a Fannery a planters a Mechanic any other productive labourer whose Industry is in prosperous Progress who keeps ail his affairs actively Onward Olio is earning capital not living on the income of capital exclusively whether he 10 abide by whatever May be adopted by the con to Iteld regard his affairs in a desperate condition on mention a we Are a Are nothing will be done that finding that he was paid #138, on account of a front the National Interi Gucer. Oar readers May rc.nembt we it i the a Aper pure Jorling lobe the Fri of the late pre i of the in. Rely by ing a legit the Suli Jert for it Riu cism. But rather ii the closing scene of the general s political life to forbearance Sec. This Ojini in we have not Chang a so far As the general s Rispon Sivility for the address is concerned. Considered however As the production of other minds Lii Eli he has Only signed it presents itself in a Diller ent int of View. In this Light the matter is placed in an article Iti the last number of the new York evening Star under the signature of a m. A ii. A Brackenridge a gentleman with whose character and Talent our readers Are Avell acquainted after unmercifully Lidi cling the thought of the late president s imitating likening himself to Washington in this matter of the Farewell address . B. Lets us into the following piece of secret history for a continuation of which no one probably is possessed of More ample materials that he Quot i he Farewell address is in All probability the production of some such father Coli try As Amos Kendall with just a Suffi eident spice of Jack monism to give it via semblance. 1 know something about these Farewell addresses having written two of them for him. The first of those was on the occasion of his to Kyff leave of his command in the army. The Only Paroff it which was his was an uncouth memory Didium containing some illiberal and in gentlemanly democratic a Little town As one will find any where in the traces of Jackson Van Buren democracy. It contains a few whigs tis True but they Are a in in drive Liuro starving set not one of them is any by tier than he ought to be. Them of the town however those that walk Ere. Souls w h Diey dare in own Bers of lie Quot get pm a a Miry Ami a. A a a a a it muscle Ltd. I i Urt a a. 3 Nufo Quot be fir amp to i a a a Road plans so i on if the most lates of i . He pm. It v ii act Dawn for i schem to Iii i a. In g with a mighty project Allied s i been frightened Fri might i Gay a. A has was hurrying like mad wit ii a pipe in Mouth and a Streak of smoke stretching far behind him towards the Domicil of Cubus Van hard Cash another magnate of Lebanon Hans was soon at the door of his neighbor and hanging at the Knocker he awoke Cubus from his morning Nap and destroyed the finest Demor Ratic dream that had Ever occupied the sleeping Noddle of a Ditschman Quot who the Teufile s Down Tere Quot exclaimed an angry voice from a window above and looking up lians saw first the red Nightcap and then the red nose of Cobus Van hard Cash. Quot Krout unt Cali Bage Quot squeaked Hans Quot come Down like hell Well do it now by st. Nicholas i be cot the Tam est Good notion in my head you Ever knew. Come town unt we will do and Down i Stanter. Came Cobus night Cap morning gown and slippers. His eyes were stretched with impatience and his nose was even redder than before with expectation. Quot Krout unt cabbage Quot exclaimed Hans Slatter Shack Quot to glory of tis Day will last millions yet unborn shall hereafter Point to it unt say Tot was a time Ven Tere Vas men in to world who Lovyl Teir country and the names of Slatter Scharck int Van Hartless unt Shack Chen unt Van Buren will be printed in letters Osgow and he looked upon As a treasure without value this Long speech was rendered vastly eloquent ii the Peculiar squeak of the voice a which it the town he was dragged Vav of Iii he i kicked principles of he various branches of education Down stairs tied astride of i glorious a o Hank i to the unit ovation of the taste for useful learning pole and borne to the nearest Goose Pond when and science exercising the understanding Ani he was wit Fujiu Ereniony Piucci in beat Over judgment promotion of improvement by Iier is Alid Jyh time he arose most plem Tully a system a Reading and conversation be spattered Quot i mud and Lilly. This lasted i i �01 a a 1 ,.lir Ose a valuable Library is provided kid uie of habits of order and Dili a ence by mildness and persevering at Enion. Commensurate with the High expectations entertained has been the Success which has attended these efforts. We have not seen More neat and a Beautiful penmanship More interesting compositions in verse As Well As prose More elegant and tasteful drawings and paintings equally approving remarks might be made in relation to other branches but we deem it unnecessary to particularized. In the drawing department the Young ladies enjoy advantages rarely met with in this country . P. Having studied under members of the Royal Academy in London. A very Good Piana Forte is provided for the use of music pupils. Vocal music is made a Branch of education without any extra charge. The course of in instruction includes the English and French languages with a Correct grammatical knowledge of each arithmetic in a manner calculated to insure practical Utility writing in the various hands geography and geographical drawing ancient and modern history natural and moral philosophy mathematics astronomy chemistry English composition and rhetoric. Terms of tuition required in Advance. Senior department $10 per session preparatory do. 8 Quot Quot music with use of piano Quot Quot Needle work Plain amp ornamental 3 Quot Quot French 8 Quot Quot drawing amp painting in water colors 8 Quot Quot in Crayon and Oil 10 Quot stenography 3 the course each session is of 5 months duration the suit i Mer commencing the first monday in May a Winter the first monday in Nove Niber. Rec a. Ses during the months of april and october. Borin Haj May be a it i line i a respectable Fame ii -. At i ii 50 to $2 per t. Half an hour a the expiration of Wlinich time Iii assembled d jew Unicy of �1 to Quot. Imi Rev. l Hope used. Hans was earlier Noni by a couple of Good natured whigs who gave Iii the explanation which his Noble Quot fellow citizens of the great democratic family Quot had refused him. It appears that a courier had just arrived in town from the capital of the state bearing the intelligence that the Legisla ure had refused to re charter the Lebanon Bank of this Bank Cobus Van hard Cash and Yerk Spooner were officers and to it Many of the Active spirits of the morn ing s Jubilee were largely indebted. The Loyal democracy could not punish the legislature but their Wrath must have an Roudet somehow. So they determined to vent in upon their late orator and idol Hans slate Schaick the originator of the now felled but still satirizing Ivo Bank pole. This they did acco Dingo the Best authorities As above stated and thus ended the dutchman s Jubilee. Washington Corrca pendent of the Baltimore Patriot writes that paper under Date april 10, that messes. Hudson of the new York Iwer chants news room an Gonon formerly of France but More recently from a Nissia Are now in that City making arrangements for the establishment of a line of telegraphs from new York to new leans. He says Quot Gonon and hit associate m. Servell have after Many years application to the subject invented an irn Poisant system of telegraphs which casts into the Shade every thing of the same kind that has yet been attempted. By their admirable plan they can communicate every kind of information word by word and punctuate the same without using More signals Hati words and with As Mui it. can write of Quot eur in Peak Alsey have receive most flattering enc Ourng pm it Iii idiom those lit. Rury and scientific Gen Lemki to w idiom they Limaye .rxplij.uied.4tc system and not. Int Quot will Nocom Jii a the purposes of tire Ina Cintora mid realize All Ifni Bias be it anticipated Forir it.�?>1. Gonoli a sur Church s i Cli Cinna i Irh of. Of Friday the 14th, states in to Bathe will be a ii to communicant i a number of engineers have recently passed of . Ii undred Wonoika to new rough that City on their Way to Flat Rock in North Carolina to join capt. Williams to enter immediately on their duties upon the Orleans in Hal Fanlou. I tii Osc who arc thoroughly acquainted with the Oystein confirm his promises. How elementary does every other system appear in comparison with that which can accomplish such an object the imagination is overpowered in contemplating the consequences of such an achievement of human ingenuity. Distance is annihilated. Thousands of Miles no longer Divide us. We know on the instant As it were the actions the wishes the determinations of our fellow beings of other states. Fortunate it is that we live in an age for whose intellectual Progress nothing is too Ripe Quot from the Mohilo mercantile advertiser. The letter from . Clan from which the follow ing is an extract was a private one written to a Friend in this City. It has been received for some time and the extract is now made Public Only to show How base and malignant the Globe is in imputing to . Clay As it has repeatedly done a burning desire to remain in Public life and the practising of deception to induce the Kentucky legislature to re elect him to the United states Senate. Washington 27th feb., 1837. A Quot i think with you that it is highly probable that but for the prejudices excited at the South against me a after the passage of the Compromise act my name would have been More acceptable in that Quarter and it is possible that it might have been no time is to he lost in prosecuting the necessary surveys. From the same paper we learn that the state of Kentucky having assented to the re recent amendments in the charter the controller general of South Carolina has subscribed for $700,000 of Stock in the company on behalf of that state. A peaceful new Jersey paper says Quot in the Little but respectable township of Elins Boron this county where there Are about eighty voters they have neither tavern store lawyer Justice of the peace nor any thing else that tends to disturb the quietude and Industry of its the Dayton journal says Quot it gives us pleasure to state that Samuel Forrer has been re appointed by the Board of Public works Engineer upon the lines of Wabash and Erie and Miami can als. The news will be Gratifying to every Friend of these important works As rumours have been prevalent that party proscription would effect his a Bill to prevent the circulation of notes of a less denomination than $20 has passed the Senate of the i legislature of new York. To take i fact in two years a it

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