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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - July 8, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana I the i Fei ivol. Xiv. Indianapolis sat May july 8, 1837. I Voll led by Douglass terms.�?$3 5<> por Aii Nuin in Advance for 52 numbers�?$3 of at 6 iiiuiiths�?��3 50 at end of the volume. No Papor will to discontinued unless at the option of the publishers until arrearage Are paid. space occupied by 250 Ems shall be counted a Square Rioth Injo. Cuu Nied less than a Square All Over a Stu arc and less than a Square and a halt Sli Yll be counted a Square and a Liali. One Dollar per Square shall be charged Lor the first three or any less number of insertions and Twenty live cents for each additional insert Iii advertise coins Piihl nihed by the Quarter or longer will be i barged a or Sij Are for three months a c for is i Mont los or �10 Jer a in uni. Merchant ugg Isis Anil others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares �15 50 for three Sci fares 20 or a Quarter of a column of 1000 cams $25 for a a a a of of a column $35 for three fourths of a column. $5 3 fora column a go per Nuhum. A deduct ii us Quot 20 per cent will be made on advertisements longer than a Auuner of a ii alien inserted by the Hilf to a or year and not allured. All and Vei list a is 1 Adver pained with the Cash unless ordered for publication by a brother publisher. The postage must be paid on All letters to the publishers or they will not be out of the pos Tollice. Louig ii Voge title Agul Syl up infallible remedy for fever and Gigue. Of Wmk Uncle so l Ilc maid for ibis in Tilc has induced Al me to outer More exclusively int its preparation and i having made Inisi Gemen Suich Irvin a tied by which he of it will be Bett a elided u a All orders Auldris a l to Hisiu urmy Eif will be pcs a Patci cd with . The eos Nisi lie some evidence of its Utility where it is not Oti Serwise known a description by miss Martineau. The last of Llie Kanawha River As we bade a Dieu to it on the 28th of Quot june avas smooth and Sweet with its islets of rocks and the pretty Bridge by which we crossed the Gauley and entered upon the assent above new River. The Gauley and tic new River join to make the Kanawha. The ascent of the mountains above new River is trying to weak nerves. The horses have to Slop Here and there to rest and it appears that if they were to Back three Steps it would be death. The Road however is really Brood Tho it appears a Mere ledge when the Eye catches the depth below where the Brown River is Rushing and brawling in its Rocky bed. A passenger dropped Cap in the steepest part and the Driver made no. Difficulty about stopping to let recover it. What a depth it was like the dreamy visions of one s childhood of what winged passengers my dirt learn of Man s dwelling any Peep irom above into the retirements of nature or the arrangements of Man. On our left Rose the blasted rocks which had been compelled to yield us a passage but their aspect was already softened by the trails of Crimson and Green creepers which were spreading of r their front. The unmeasured pent House of wild vice was still below us on the right with Rich Rhododendron bursting through and Rock plants shooting up from every ledge and Crevice at tie Edge of the Prici fice. After along Wilile i have nothing to say of time or distance by the Hill your or year Narf Iii a it augers Raay hrs t learn of Man s Towel Lin adv i Liseidi fits a Tihoi in Fol Quot ii slay a win Julif if i of .jj.-w.-.�?p., or to to Vince. Tuftan s Gnu nose from mount Soliloquy like an Hertisen Enis fron abroad must Beacom unusual or forbidden Peep from above into the for i thou Gilt of neither a turn in the Road shut but a satisfactory lion can t e h id out the Whoric from our bight. I leaned out of by giving it a trial. My Jet i. Not. ,.uir it a. For the stage further and further to catch is i sup Sale Only but to Fnu Fen Iii acid Mik c the a a a c. I -. A a ,. _ dose. Alastu Minse of the try in inns v posed a last glimpse of the tremulous Valley and when i Drew in again it was with a feeling of deep grief that such a scene was to be beheld by me no More. I saw a House a comfortable Homestead in this wild place with its pasture and Corni ields about it and i longed to get out and ask the people to let me live with them. Ill a few minutes the stage stopped. Quot if any of the passengers wish to go to the Hawk s nest Quot shouted the Driver. He gave us ten minutes and pointed with whip to a beaten path in the Wood to the right. It seems to me now that i was unaccountably Cool and careless about it. I was absorbed by what i had seen or i might have known from the direction we were Pound by your exp Pence of a 1 deleterious Meiji Ines Lii cd in i i if the system to. O. It above named Lisea a prevails in our country of Cutis durable it in and in Many places where medical Aid cannot by conveniently obtained i am anti Idt Mit in of Fering this preparation As a i Orr Fri a it i Rani cd Liat i Oihi of my medical Brethren will condemn it without Good cause. Extract of a letter dated jul by hi., aug. 183c. Or. S. Nixon sir having sold the ague in Yenji left with us by your agent and from tiie Success which itt Mided it we Are Iii ilm de apply for Nore hopi Nir you will Send us a Quantity on Rich t. Pm As to nil re a a profit. 1 havens Din my prac i it i various renin die for thu fever and ague but find a tie so Elt Ernal to eradicate it As that i Lep Irei i by you and from my own of or vation have Home to the Lusinna that it is a com cure tor the effects of copied yesterday from the new York Post an item from a German paper in which it was stated that the Quot hydroxy of Iron had been so successfully employed As an antidote against the Poison of arsenic both in France and Germany that several of the governments of the latter Conn try had ordered the apothecaries to keep it con a stantly on the Post of the following Day referring to this item says Quot our attention has been this morning called to a Case of poisoning by arsenic successfully treated Wiki the hydrated be Roxy of Iron by or. J. R. Chilton of this City reporte in the United states medical and surgical journal of september last. A Young lady had taken a bout the Forth part of a Tea spoonful of a Senift by mistake supposing it to be calcined magnesia. The sym Toms were alarming when the physician was called but on administering a Quantity a a it in a Day or tvs Quot was entirely recovered. The existence of a remedy for so deadly a Poison ought to be generally . Amer. A return of the Ali ease c use que ih1 feel an ass ram e in its administer Pitinii s enter gained in regard to the generality it it of ague Renu Ilies by scientific men. Please Forward As Sonn is possible st veral dozen of the article to he care of messes. Mcgill co., Saint Louis also state what \ on will Lake for the receipt. Yours Quot Wells amp co. Strawtown lid. And us 2 1, 183g. Or. S. Nixon mph ase Send inc a lot of your Aune syrup he Quot the year Ras i live sold out All which i had. And i find there is a great demand for Trovore. Vve have other >re, for the same complaint in the neigh boyhood but none other than Quot will take. I of t Ailo cml pm oily of it yours Resper Nilly j. It a Tussey. Forsake by Mothershead Dawson amp co., Indi tiap. Indianapolis april 22, 1836. 776 >otici3. Rinse heretofore Between i. The subscribers under the firm of under Bill Wood amp co. Was dissolved on the 23d ult. By Mutual agreement. Lob t. R. Underhill John Wood. Lacob of. Willets. Indianapolis april 5th, �ob37. The foundry business will be continued by tie subscribers under the Tirigi of Underhill amp willets by whom the of the former firm will be settled and All Whoso notes and accounts Are duo will confers Tavor by paying up Forth with. Their Olliee inf Uturo will be at the foundry where they Oiler for Sale a Large assortment of ploughs a a Tovics said Mill castings andirons Wagon boxes., wheelbarrow boxes kc., �cc., and Are prepared to furnish to order most kinds of castings wanted in the country. A constant Supply of ploughs stoves and various kinds of castings vill be kept for Sale by Young amp Pottage at their hardware Sture Corner of Washington and Meridian streets on the same terms As at the Pound re. Rob t. R. Underhill ,�?74-3m. Jacobs willets. Or. Nahai i v1cker\s celebrated rheumatic embrocation applied morning and night has cured hundreds. It gives Relief in the swelling of the glands of the Throat and relieves the numbness and contractions of the limbs and will take swellings Down and Inola nations out of the Llesh rheumatism bruises and sprains. It Atvea immediate Relief it strengthens weak limbs and extends the cords when contracted. It is also an infallible cure for the following diseases in horses Viz poll evil fistula Swaney fears sprains old or recent sores of every description by from one third to one half a bottle in milk and molasses and drenching the horse with it will give immediate Relief in cases of Colic or bowls. To cure poll evil a bottle must be used at four applications four Days Between each application. For fistula a bottle must be put on at two applications one week Between. If applied in the first stages of disease one bottle will generally effect a cure. Recommendations. A Aukim a Fenn. Oct. 1825, to whom it May concerns i Cor Tiff that for so Iii Psi i have been afflicted with Rhein mutism and Lumbago and having used Many kinds of Medicine without elect at last 1 purchased one bottle of Vicker s celebrated embrocation and by it was enabled to go about my House in one weeks time without the least pain. 1 therefore feel it a duty i owe the suffering to make known the benefits 1 have derived front the use of that valuable Medicine. John Smith. Washington cite d.c., nov. 183g. This May certify that 1 have used or. Vicker s celebrated embrocation and have found it the Best remedy i have Ever made ase of for sprains or bruises and also for Colic und in lorbes. John Anderson livery stable keeper. Natchez miss. May 12, 1�33. This is to certify that i have been to licked with chronic rheumatism for ten years past and have used two bottle of or. A. Vicker s rheumatic embrocation which performed a perfect cure. Gustavus Billerica. A sold wholesale and retail by Mothershead Dawson amp co. Indianapolis april 29,1037. 777 botanic Medicine. Quot of lately received a fresh Supply of the celebrated i botanic , the midwife s practical directory or woman s confidential Friend comprising extensive remarks on the a to forms of disease preceding attending and following Tho period of gestation with an appendix the whole designed for the special use of the botanic friends in the a nim states by Thomas Horsey a Huj Jig physician of the botanic order formerly surgeon i my late president of the conventions general correspondence to the a Quot a a f society of the United states so and improved with numerous in a. Pope botanic physician a Row a doors East of the Post a Iio-26tb, 1836. Again. We had not a any Yards to go. W e issued suddenly from the Covert of the Wood non a Small platform of Rock a Devil s pulpit it would be called if its present name were not so much belter a platform of Rock springing from the Mountain Side without any visible support and looking sheer Down upon an Angle of the roaring River Between eleven and twelve Hundred feet below. Nothing whatever intervenes. Spread out beneath shooting up around Are Blue Mountain peaks extending in boundless expanse. No one i believe could look Down Over the Edge of Ali Sairy Shell but Lor uie stunted Pines which Are fast rooted in it. With each Arm clasping a Pine Stem i looked Over and saw More i cannot but think than the world has in Reserve to show me. It is said that this place was discovered by chief Justice Marshall when As a Young Man he was surveying among the mountains. But How Many indians knew it before How did it strike the mysterious race which gave place to the indians perhaps one of these May have stood there to see the summer storm careering below to feel that foothold was too lofty to be shaken by the Thunder peals that burst beneath to Trace tie quivering of the lightnings afar while the heaven was Clear above own head. Perhaps this was the stand chosen by the last Indian from which to cast lingering glance upon the glorious regions from which the White intruders were driving race. If so Here he must have pined and died or hence he must have cast himself Down. I cannot conceive that from this spot any Man could turn away to go into exile. But it cannot be that Marshall was More than the earliest of t in Saxon race who discovered this place. Native s thrones Are not left to be first mounted by men who can be made chief justices. Ave know not what races of wild monarchs May have Lead them first. Suspenu1 l animation. When u Pereson is Timken out Ltd he Waler apparently it jul h i body rih uld not ii any account be up Liy the Hill which is ust its a injun , and Olleia fatal. The Laller wifi it or a Lucid on a Little Giri who had Ceaud to Brail in bul u very few minutes. It i Jiichi 111 lie generally that the t Ause of de Atli by wiring is simply the want of a Cuili. The Reinit by then in Supply let Reath Assoon As pus Ribie. This can in d uie by blowing u the Wiur Alrieri of tile Pali miso us to Iuli Ite the lungs Ifa by Ilus is at hand in Iny be Uick but on no acc wiil delay the operation even for a minute. Let the body ii Laid As soon As possible with tic head and client raised about ii Ihlein in o Dies a Benk a m Ine one Price hand on the Mouth and keep u hut at tin same Lime i lowing forcibly we Trio , so a is to Ilie Chest Lei Iti ii Pricr i the by ii onily so us to drive the air out again. J Chii blow us the Root oils again till die lungs arc , and Luin re Jeat Tho process Oti the Abdomen. This duration is to be continued Lor at Ici iat to hour i to it in if any Hope is entertained t f a Rte cover. Ali list one a Jer Sun is Ini Patiag Ihu lungs others Ouji he to dry the body and rub the Liibs with warm , or i hair Han lis. When Bre jiving is run Oid Ilie should be pot Inlo a Vurin bed and u half Gili of wart ii weak spirits and Given. The Liesl us count of a Noces Lull profess by which a a owned person was re stored is in a Goolch newspaper Viz a Quot a imy in Alec noting to swim got into Leep water and sunk. When the boy was Lound lie appeared lifeless Havig been half an hour in the water. Quot Iii out i a Bifid to Moin enl the body was placed on a sloping Bank the head being nearly eighteen indies higher than Ihei cel. In this posit Oti a i Man put hand on the boy s tin nil and applying Ruuth to the boy s nose blew with All Ingli allowing water to escape betwixt every blast in being forced out of the a Ionadi by the expansion of the lungs and by u slight of the hand on the dido inn. This Ofie Rution being continued for teen minutes Vilh Contin jul rubbing Ollie Abdomen and Dies to draught of air a be inhaled and in u Lillo time and Wero nov got and applied to und body. Full an Lour and a Hilf Lap store thai Bey recovered the use of a letter from a highly respectable citizen of this place dated near Tho Mouth of White River in Arkansas has been handed us for publication. We copy from it the following painful account of a remarkable conflict with a Bear a to Idaville journal. There was one of the deepest tragedies Here two evenings ago that i have Ever heard of. Or. Ilar o o Ris the landlord in whose House i am now slaying went up the River to drive some Callielo a or. Keen s. On the Way he and keen saw a very Large Bear which they shot twice wounding mortally but not killing . They then followed with their dogs and when they came to where he was or. Harris went Inlo the Cane to get another Chance to shoot . J he Bear was behind a tree and or. Harris and Tho animal met Harris shot the third time but did not kill. The Bear caught by Ham string and bit the Large artery in two. Keen who was loading another gun ran to not being More than ten Steps oif with Butcher knife to Stab Tho a Bear that now had Harris under but when he was aiming the blow the Bear saw and leaped at . Keen sprang Back and Harris jumped from under the Bear ran if Teton or Twenty feet and fell. Or. Keen said Quot Are you Hurt Quot Quot a yes i am killed Vas answer. Keen then jumped Between Harris and the Bear As the latter was Rushing to another att aids and luckily shot the Forth time through the body which weakened the animal much though he still fought the dogs for some time. Keen ran next to Harris saw Haggard countenance and begged to speak but the prostrate Man expired in an instant. Or. Harris had had some four or five different fights with bears had shot and killed some hundreds and was a Fine feeling Good neighbor. All speak Well of . He Lias left five or six Iii Loren Viiu ins poor Wizov or Nii Are near Louisville at school. Or. Keen is a highly respectable gentleman formerly of Lexington Kentucky. I have these facts irom own lips. I also saw or. Flournoy who happened there in Twenty minutes after the tragedy. I do not know that i was Ever so much Al levied As when i saw body brought Home to poor distracted instances of the deplorable consequences arising from the carrying of deadly weapons about the persons continue to come under our notice with unabated frequency. The Memphis j Enn enquirer of the Lola instant has the following account of a fatal occurrence growing out of the practice a or. ii. Toxics merchant in Brownsville was killed one Day last week in a Street rencontre with or. Henry Anderson of Bolivar. Or. Anderson had arrived in i Road Bolivar and registered name at he hotel. Or. Jones made an offensive comment beneath in when or. A. Retorted in the same manner whereupon or Jones sought or. A. When both Drew pistols and fired simultaneously. Or. Jones Ball lodged in the muzzle of or. A s. Pistol and himself fell with three balls pie cing breast. Ave learn that the fatal occurrence was the result of a misunderstanding and that had the parties had but a moment s conversation concerning it no unfriendly feeling would have existed. Another evidence of the Folly and wickedness of appealing to weapons of death under the heat of boiling passion. Or. J. Has left a Young and interesting wife with two children who should have been dearer to heart than the revenge which has destroyed their happiness and made them desolate. The old inhabitants Origina inhabitants ill remain non combatants and unless i b will play their game in such a Way As to property in the event of the territory i xer powered. There is not now a single of Quot in in favor of the Independence of Texas. Has gone Home. A a Viesca is Heru. Coss is breathing vengeance and in Short the Ipili of Santa Anna detached All enemies a the texan cause. 14s news May probably be unwelcome to Dif classes of your readers. By some of them it i a. Be because it is not told in the to i papers of this place. But it is not the less till. Be Skom annexed intelligence from Texas we copy from the n. Orleans com my trial Herald of the list inst. A a. We learn by a letter from our Tex we Ond Clit that the army there is in a sad ing to being kept so Long in i stat of inactivity and that Hoy have threatened to elect their oven of ricers and March for Matamoras immediately and pay themselves Vilh plunder unless the government enters into some arrangement instantly for offensive operations Mexico. In consequence of this conduct on the part of the mass of the soldiers. General a. S. Tuxson the commander in chief left the army and a it Cut to Houston and held a secret confers acc with the c i Tinct during two or three Day.?, the result of which has not transpired but we learn he insists upon realigning unless the government gives orders to March to Matamoras. Further our informant Stales that the Soh liars thu Ealend to March us it in Houston am fire every in it if the Cabinet allowed the land Oil ice to be open in according to announcement on the 1st of a Iii they stating that Tho and idlers would to Able to locate the Choice land.-, whilst their military duties in the Judd would prevent them form procuring a fair participation in the location of Public land. In con Imit Cnoc of such a demonstration of feeling Proi Idi Jit lio Stox. By proclamation j Rohil item Tho a of t Leland Ohice according to former a . It was expected at Lonston that the Congress would hold but a Short , and adjourn before the 4th of july. A Ini Liisu r is to Saul from Texas to great Britain to request the Laller Power to recognize Tho of the former. From Florida. Your hearts i am sure respond to the sentiment from your own experience. As the representative in the Congress of the United states of the same constituents As those of the members of the legislature who have done me the Honor through you As their committee to express their approbation of my conduct i have endeavoured faithfully to discharge my duty to them and to our co Timon country. Some parts of that duty have been arduous and have Given Rise to much unpleasant excitement and controversy. Avoiding so far As was possible consistent with the discharge of my duty All action or language irritating or offensive to our countrymen of other portions of the Union and carefully shunning All unnecessary encounter of conflicting interests and opinions when i have believed the just rights of my own and your constituents to be disregarded or in peril i have Felt myself called to defend and vindicate them with in thi5l hav e a Roxy Anu my duty for a hich and for any accidental inconvenience that May have fallen in me in the Progress of , Tho approbation of yourselves and of our Consoli Lents is ample Reward. I kept also the Token of your regard which you have the goodness now to present to me its value in All other respects than As a Friendly Token being within the Bounds which i have through out Iny whole Public life proscribed to myself in the acceptance of presents. With regard to the present situation of our country my sentiments correspond Enli iely with yours. In the midst of the bounties of Providence showered upon us with a profusion scarcely Ever lavished upon my other nation to Are suffering severely from which i fear we must atari but entirely to ourselves. In our relations at this Inie wit i foreign nations and most especially with the Indian Rio we have More to answer for than to coins lain of. Our recent Indi in War was of our own , and has been a Gid in no creditable manner. And Liilo we have wronged our neighbor at the South by us Lerv Unitt Lii Pablo violations of her territory Una Lori a i even by Congi .s3, we Are Permil line Quot another cig in n at the North to encroach Wilh impunity upon our own territory and to curtail the Boi Hidaru a d a slate once part of out native. . 787. To i Quot t the nostrums of empires and As usual they have aggravated the worst symptoms of the distemper i fear we have not yet reached the last stage of the pestilence and that we Are still to be More severely handled by the doctor than by the disease. But the patient has a firm and vigorous Constitution and he cannot die. After suffering As we must under Tho operation of some other mount Bank Experiment upon the failure of which those who Palm it upon us will Tell us it is what they always Prei listed and then offer another perhaps the people themselves will discover that they have been led astray upon a wrong track and will return to the. Right one. This has happened to us More than once heretofore. This Calm and considerate return of the people through their own sufferings to Justice Temperance and Prosperity is one of the greatest and Best characteristics of the nation. It gave Usan excellent Constitution of the United slates instead of Ana it it gave us a Gallant and glorious Navy instead of dry docks and gun boats. It restored specie payments after they had been suspended almost universally and under circumstances of far greater difficulty and danger than the present. I Trust it will restore them again. Wilh regard to the present cannot have much Confidence that As you suggest it will profit by the errors of the last. The errors of the last administration Are in the eyes of the present its Virtues. Thu Emin ertl Success of the substitution of stale Banks for a Bank of the United states has crowned the late administration with so much glory that nothing less than a hint from the people can Ever convince the present administration that it was an error. The Reform must come from the people themselves. The Rich and the poor. Or inti non in life of Socrates presents Matiy examples of Mode of conveying in Siru Cimon to Young men. One of these is very l Eru nent to the present times. Eur Hedemus a Voung Man Quot having collected Many of the writings of the most celebrated poets and sophists was so much elated by it As to fancy himself Superior to any other of the age both in knowledge and abilities and Doublet not to see himself tie very first Man in Athens whatever the business whether to manage the affairs of state or to the letter from which the following extracts Are Are taken is from a source entirely to be relied upon and to which we Hope our readers will be indebted hereafter for occasional useful Infor-mation.3 vat. Intel. New Orleans june 12. With respect to movements in Mexico there appears to be no doubt that the release of Santa Anna in a manner so singular and mysterious visit to Washington caused a in pension of All Miu tary operations against Texas. I have it from credible mexicans that the dominant party was completely puzzled by that Moye. Tho plan of the Campaign was deranged the land forces had been waiting at Matamoras for the fitting out of their Little flotilla and the object was to make a combined attack by sea and by land and thereby Cut off All supplies from new Orleans. The mexican administration it is supposed will do every thing to satisfy our government. But depend upon it the same obstinacy and Rancour which kept up the Long struggle against Spain will exhibit themselves in maintaining the integrity of the mexican territory. On this Point All parties Are agreed. Fortunately for the texans although Santa Anna is Down Bustamente is not secure in seat. There is a Strong party in Mexico determined on nationalizing the property of the Church and restoring the Constitution of 1824. Garcia of Zac Tacas and Gomez Farias now in this City Are the prominent men of that party. The latter is about returning to Mexico to take an Active part in Public affairs. He Yon know waa vice president for some time and probably the most sagacious of their Public men. The project is to Call a National convention and re organize the government. Nothing but their distractions at Home can in my opinion save Texas. In addition to which it May be remarked As probable that a a of the bad news. A Leller received by the express dated to in a Bay june 5, is la the Baltimore Gazelle of monday evening which Quot Wiir Hopes Are Al. Blasted be have War again. On the night of he 3d, re canopy and Juniper Wilh All the indians who were then Eik minded near Here and who had come Wilh tie intention of emigrating decamped jul fled to their to i Veir Aid and covered i hair a Cleat. It is thought by Many Here that Micanopy and jumper went ally and that , inc two were honest in Oleir proles.sion.-3, bul the Muin body la Var had any intention of removing and that t la whole of their solemn engagements Wirich have so completely and effectually deceived like Wlizlo army and the whole world a a i a s Talago us a faithless Perfi Ilious scheme to gain time recruit to licit strength and Means for i urls or blood slice Aud a slip from the office of the Savannah georgian 1.5, it on Lains an extract irom Garey s ferry of Date june 8, says Quot Hosl lilies Are about to be Here i think from All we can learn. Micanopy and All the indians have left i Aii Ipa Bay so say private letters from Llibre. Gen Jesup has Ilire cled major wnrrinc., at Micanopy to Send Vord to the people in the neighbourhood to leave their plan Lions and go Iulo Safe a letter had been also rec ived Al Charlestown from Carol s ferry Dale not Given which Slaler that All the had left Tampa Bav. Old Micanopy had Send in a horse borrowed from general Jesuit and $40 borrowed from Caplain i pack. Extract of Leller frown a gun Lynnan in England to Friea i in Dacrica of recent Dale Quot you May really imagine the deep sensation which has existed Here for some Lime on the subject of american affairs. The last accounts have made All very gloomy. From the Tenor of some of the newspaper paragraphs i almost dread to hear that the next account will be suspension of specie payments in the United Stales. The alarm Here is very great just now and i am j fearful that la is not in the Power either of the Banks or our government to remedy the evil it is inconceivable How anxiously the packets Are looked for now by men of business. Quot there appears to me to be More wealth Aud style and splendor now in London than in All the capitals of the continent put together. There Are More Fine private equipage in London Ahne than in All the rest of Europe every thing i have witnessed on the continent is not to be compared to what i see Here. The finest fruits i have Ever seen particularly strawberries i see exhibit Laid daily for Sale All raised in hoi House.?, but the a Irice about a Sovereign an ounce opinions of my. J. Q. Adams on i Public affair is. Dollar a Quot National debt we Are in tie National Banc Ruply. From a Treasury overflowing with fifty millions of dollars the Govoni Nicol pics in Pipor Ira Ali the wages of i clerks in Iho Public offices. The nation is Iuso Lacni a to inquire if Liis i whole Ionie is insolvent. You we Al the moment a still my the people Quot Socrates frequently Drew Aslo,, poit ,3 spectacle to the woral into conversations. Of one of these a ill on a Dollar o National debt we arc in Tae. �13 termination of a National . I rom a 1 Rea understand what a pop ular government is without knowledge who Are the people Quot Quot i should suppose Quot and who Are the Popple Quot said Socrates Quot i include under the denomination Quot replied , Quot All us i citizens As Are Quot you know Tho Quot certainly Quot and who Are r Quot no doubt of was done 1 can have Nolies nation in repeating it. A Inch whom Pooi it now a i in its vital Are a Jen lio Atins i to i i in i Quot i i consider to irom thai m Recic of tiie Muolic . X he use of -11. I. Not wherewithal to to Public whue .11 the 1 Treasury in j bal Wurn Limo receipt of Triem As Revenue it a owing to the conduct of the late . 1 Beli ovo in is Alluri billable to various causes among which the giant of Llie use of inc moneys in the to numerous Salt co j Ora ions by order of the late pies Ideal of Llie United s files without auth oily of Huv was the Moat i . Having Aid so when the deed Whon you thin. A who have expend those Rich ii 11- 1- who possess More and Ine a a i vent 01 them As punic extend lures. ,. A a if a ii 1 a a at Issaa a. R i i 1a .-111 Quot bul have you not of st Afeng a is Ems. That to Lull us engage Neils of Lului nation had been .1a., Quot t i it 1 a i Lii Erc Are Peop a have very granted by Law to tic Bank of the United states 1 \ \ Sci a p a 1. I. I 1 i i i Lill of have not Only enough Lor their own a Deti in an equivalent. It never had been of much a i. .11 ,1 ses but manage in want notwithstanding their i profit to that Bank because the depo Siles Macrea a Iii Large had never been Eon id Erable at any one Lime. Fax m 77 .1 1 in i 11 4 a 1. I. A .1 "1 own it eur Hedemus Quot and recollect some 1 Nev Neer were a a Uil ered to accumulate Lor the j a ,. I i. 1 princes whose necessities have compelled them to Ukia Neinl a sure us appeared it was an lied to 1 1 a a a 1 1 us i. A ,. ,1 ,.1t Deal injuriously by their us Biccs even so far As wards Tho Dis ii Rire of the National debt it was i1 ,1 .1 a a it to dip rive them of their possessions. Quot it will follow then a eur Hedemus from Ijiro. Boston san find and Gazette. A Tinute 01. committee consisting of . Minolta Thayer Samuel a. Turner Ebenezer j. Fogg Solomon Richmond and Harvey Field recently wailed on the Hon. J. Q. Adams and presented with an elegant Gold headed Cane made Fryni the Wood of the old frigate Constitution its a memento of gratitude for services As the representative of to Weir congressional District. The chairman of the committee or. Thayer addressed or. Adams to whom or. Adams replied As follows next to the satisfaction a which a representative of the people May derive upon a Calm review of conduct upon trying occasions in the course of Public services from the deliberate testimony of own conscience there can be no object of More fervent desire to Shioi than the Iii Cere and general approbation of Iii con Sita cuts. In saying this i am warranted in appealing to your own convictions who As yourselves representative of the people will with the Disch re of the National debt. It was at the moment when the whole debt was paid Oil Quot and when the Revenue was doubled by the sudden and Eno minis increase of the proceeds of the Public lands thai the use of the moneys in the j Rea Iury was taken from the Bank of the United slates chartered by and under the control of Congress Aud dribble a out in i aces in order to Suil favorite purchasers to a multitude of stale Bank j. Wil Honl capitals and Vav Holly a Vond the control of Congress or of the executive government of the United slates. Of the Mea is of information posse sed by t be government As to their condition and credit you May judge from the recent circular addressed to them by the Secretary of the Treasury slating that he had Learnt Ali or stoppage of payment from the newspapers. Bul the ruin of the pecuniary concerns of the nation the melancholy reverses of Fortune and los i of character among the wealthy and the loss of Dail bread to the Labouring poor and their children the Lii stress we Are witnessing among All classes of ii be Ojile Are not owing alone to then ror 3 of Tho late administration. There have been of the people , for which they Are now atoning and irom which they can recover Ordy by their own energies. Tho tide of their Prosperity has rushed upon Theiu in a tempest till it overflowed their , and broke Down their Mounds. All history Lesii fies the father of our race Jiro ounces lamentation in the lost Quot to i i perceive Quot a re acc to Corral no less than Ivar to waste Quot the a ire it iral Ned Pursuit of inordinate wealth the. Abuse of credit especially by the Agency of Banks Are the proximate causes of the catastrophe under which i we arc now Labouring. I believe a National Bank chartered by Congress Wilh a capital sufficiently Large to control All other existing Banks and to regulate the currency to be the Quot Only practical expedient for restoring and maintaining specie payments but i entertain double whether it should be a Bank of discount. With regard to this my mind is not definitively made up. I recline More strongly to the opinion that the suspension of specie payments by such a Bank should not Only operate As an immediate forfeiture of its Charier but be made a penal Flonce in the president and directors of the institution. The violation of moral principle committed by a Bank in suspending specie payments is Iii my estimation not inferior to that of fraudulent bankruptcy in an individual. The right of any legislature to authorize such a suspension is question Ablit and the repeal of Laws expressly enacted to enforce the fulfilment of contracts at the very moment when they have been broken is a mockery of All moral principle and a scandal to human legislation. But fellow citizens i indulge the Hope that the sufferings of our country at the present crisis Are like the paroxysms of a fever efforts of nature to throw off the disease. We have tried that we Sli Ould place these princes among the poor and the frugal managers of their Little fortunes among the Rich since these May be truly said to live in Quot they May Quot replied eur Hedemus Quot for i am not Able to support any thing against your arguments and indeed 1 believe silence for the future will Best become me since after All i begin to suspect i know or. Webster in st. Loul. To the editors of the Louisville journal. Gentlemen a our distinguished countryman Daniel Vesler reached this City in the Steamer Robert Morris this afternoon. His arrival had been for some Days anticipated and was announced by Ili Scharge of a National Salute and an display of streamers from the Spires and cupolas of our Public buildings. A band of martial welcomed tie Steamer As she approach cd the Shore with the Majestic air Hail to the clip of while the concourse of spectators which rolled along the Quay to gain a glance at the distinguished senator As he was conducted with family to the carriages in waiting had become immense. From time to time wild shouts of enthusiastic feeling burst Forth from the heaving multitude drowning even the crash of the music and the Roar of Cannon. And surely never was Daniel a Ebster greeted by the welcoming of warmer hearts though the wild almost uncouth exterior of Many of the Molly Mulli Lude might have excited a smile even upon sterner Muscles than the senator s own. There stood the Long legged Long haired lanky Bac woodsman of Illinois All agape with amaze a there stood out in bold Relief from the crowd the Stern Iron visage of the engage of the american fur company from the roots of the Rocky mountains there the dark flashing Eye and Swarthy Check of the simple French villagers there the heavy form and astute solid features of the German emigrants there the Savage garb and reckless bearing of the Mississippi Boatman there the snowy Leeth and upturned eyeballs of the ebon firemen and last by no Means least in this Motly picture Rose towering above the crowd the lofty dignified figures of several chiefs of Tho Osage indians nov tarrying in this City a few Days the grim Scalp lock streaming wildly to the Breeze and the Bright Vermilion stain gleaming i the Sun. Indeed in no Way could a More Fai Tifful delineation of the peculiarities of the far West have been presented of distinguished guest than by the Panorama of our Steamboat Quay lindas it was by forty steamers at the moment of lauding. Or. Webster entered the Carriage which rolled on the multitude thronging the rear to the National hotel. Before retiring he addressed a few 5\ppropriat> words to the crowd from the Steps. One of Auu Sions was extremely Happy it was this. Gentlemen As i ascended Yout

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