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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - October 14, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana R a of vol. Xiv. I a bashed by Dougi ass amp Nhei. Terms.�?50 per annul in Advance for 52 nambers�?$3 of at 6 nionihs�?$3 50 at lie end of the volume. No Papor will be discontinue i unless at the option of the publishers until Arrea Runcis arc paid. space occupied by 250 Ems shall be counted a Square nothing counted less than a Square All Over a Square quid less than a Square and a half shall be counted a Square and a Hall. One Dollar per Square shall be charged for the first three or any less number of insertions and Twenty live cents for each additional insertion. Advertise Nenis published by the Quarter or longer Wail be charged $3 per Square for three months a for six months or $10 per annul. Merchants druggists and others advertising by the year Clia red for two squares $15 50 Lor three squares �20 for a Quarter of a column of 1000 erne $25 for a half of a column $25-, for three fourths of a column $50 for a column so per annul. A deduction of 20 per cent will be made on advertisements longer Ziluni a Quarter of a Colu to vhf Quot sorted by the half year or year and not alleged. All Adver Lisure Nir Outh Oriz cd by statute must be paid for invariably in adv Aiice. Advertisements coming from abroad must be accompanied with the Cash unless ordered for publication by a brother publisher. The postage Musi be paid on All letters to the pub Fishers or Thev will not be Tahen out of the Post office. Indianapolis saturday october 14, 800. A o o a s. A a the subscriber has on hand a Large assortment of j. Goods of every description which will be Sejd a at the lowest Price for Cash or on a Short credit the highest prices will be Given for. Dried Ginseng a Linen rags feathers bees Ivan and flaxseed in sex i change for goods or debts. D. Williams. Indianapolis june 24. Ip.37. 85 tootle ache drops. Doz. Aromatic tooth ache drops a sure and infallible remedy for the tooth ache on hand Sandfo Saleby Jane 17. Pm. Lindsay amp co. Ispa Iii a cigars. Spanish cigars just received and for Sale by the Box by 782 Selbert amp Liu Ehler. 10 june s. Sal Erat is and Pearl Asli. 1000 lbs. Sal Erans and Pearl Ash excellent a i tips just received and for Sale by june 17. We. In Day amp co. Rowa Iid s of comic Itsik Tiric. Doz. Rowand s tonic mixture just received Sandfo Saleby jul 17 w.\. Lindsay co. Bate8 amp Cave her shoe Wab Skouse North fifth Street second poor from Market Street Philadelphia. Vow Riig a store. Mothershead Dawson k co., and druggists at their new store room Union Row North Side of Washington Street 4 doors East of the Post office and 8 doors West of Meridian Street of h. Porter s Corner have just received and opened a Large assortment of drugs medicines faints oils and d a fluffs and All other articles usually kept in the line of business. The Stock is entirely new purchased principally in the East and warranted of genuine Quality. They will sell at wholesale or retail on As Good terms As any other House in the place and invite physicians and others before purchasing elsewhere to a All and examine their Stock. Indianapolis by 0,1c3g. 29 Grben Ginseng. The subscriber will give six and a fourth cents a Pound in goods for All the fresh dug Ginseng that May be delivered to him Between the third Day of August and the Lois Day of october next. The Gin eng not to be washed and to be entirely free from curls and Cut roots and delivered to him while in a sound state. David Williams. Indianapolis june 24, 1837. 85 major Downing s last. Nigh the wreck of the 1 to follies Rockaway l. I. September 16, 1837. 5 7 o the new York daily express i got one of your papers in which you printed my last letter to Quot Uncle Sam Quot and when Readin on to it was fortunate for you that you was 20 Miles oif a for i never did see Sich carnal work As you made of some parts of my letter. However All i be got to say about it is if folks who read my letters in print find any thing in pm that Don t read smooth and aint Correct As to dates and facts they May set it Down agin the printers. It was jest so once with a Young doctor a Friend of mine ii the Colare times. He writ a Long letter once about How he cured folks by giving Calomel a he writ Quot Calomel in doses very Minuit Quot a and the printers put it in print Quot Calo i me in doses every minute up went Calomel among the Pothe Carys and Dion went the poor sick folks. It warn t the doctor s fault for it was All Owin to the printers and a Little now Afore i Trust you with other matters i la give you the Pritin of a Story i be got to Tell a and you May stick As Many e s and o s and i s into it As you please and i Don t care what you make on t so Long As folks take the Mother wit and Barin on t. It is a Story about a a Uncle Sam and some of his Capers among the woman folks. Quot Uncle Sam Quot you know always was a sociable kind of a Critter and from his first comin into life never could git along Well without having his Hull family about him All on pm Given him Quot a boost up the tree Quot a but Quot Uncle Sam Quot found As most folks do Afore they git Gray that unless he takes a wife to take care of his buttons and keep things Slick d up about House he would git into trouble and so Forth. Well after trying various plans and seeing a Good Deal of trouble one Way and another he took advice some Twenty years ago and got married to a smooth quiet Quaker lady Worth 28 millions of dollars and As Uncle Sam was considerable Liberal in his Way he put into the family Stock 7 millions of dollars not in the Quot a a a grit however but what he said then was just As Good As grit and so together they had 35 millions. Well 35 millions was no trifle and things went on smooth and Slick for nigh upon 20 years and every body said at Home and abroad there never was a happier couple. Uncle Sam s wife did All a wife could do and though Uncle Sam would once and a while swell up and talk big his wife said nothing but kept stitching up his breeches when he d split pm and sew on buttons when he d twitch pm off. But by and by Uncle Sam got mixing up with Odd company and among other things got a Kink in his head out of Fanny Wright s doctrines that a Man of so much importance had t ought to stick to one wife but have As Many As the great Mogul. I show says Uncle Sam in a Good mind to try it and so he talk d to other folks a bout it and to rights the galls got the notion too and then Haiir got one Amos Kodle to go round and sound about and see if the galls would stand the Racket a and he come and says he Uncle Sam there s no mistake a bout it the galls Are All ready and More than you can shake a stick at a and sure enough just then the galls All havin got the notion set to a they praised up Uncle Sam and abused his Good old Quaker wife of shocking there s no Telin what they did t say Atid among other things they said that Uncle Sam s wife was. Fiddler Quot says i Quot Uncle Quot but Quot says he Quot major must i divorce them All Quot Quot no Quot says i Quot there is no divorce in the matter you can t do that unless you can prove Crim. Con that s the Law Quot says i. Quot Well i can Quot says he Quot i can prove that the Post office the land office and Amos Quot Quot hush Quot says i Quot Uncle Sam Don t talk so for it is an old Story in All countries that a Man who has More than one wife is a bigger fool than his friends and has More friends than buttons. Now Don t say any thing More about it. You have got into a scrape and the Best Way is to git out on t. You la find that your Young wives will be As glad to git rid of you As you Are of them. But you mus it talk of divorce or they la bring you to the proof and show that you first came a Courtin. And by the time you part the guilt on any on pm they la git you on the hip and keep you there too Quot says i. Quot now look at your Courtin and compare it with what it was its a sad change Quot says i Quot Uncle Sara aint it a however says i my old Friend you have had a rare frolic and this is the Send on to and pretty much the Send of All frolics. Now Quot says i Quot we must go and see what can be done with the old wife ill be bound Quot says i Quot she s As sound As Ever she was and not the worse for having taken shelter in her old native state of Pennsylvan. I la go on first Quot says i Quot Uncle Sam and Tell her to git her buttons and soap ready for you and if i Don t miss my guess you will in a few weeks look As Cherk agin As a boy and As she is a Good natured Critter and likes to see All Happy about her she will do All she can to provide for the Young women you have been gala Vantin with of late for she thinks you to blame More than they be. And then Quot says i Quot Uncle Sam when All gits Slick d up and you git All your Button s sew d on you la have a spare hand always ready to Welcome a Friend or Knock Down an enemy. At present Quot says i Quot Uncle Sam you Are hum Bugl a and with that Uncle Sam he twitch d up his breeches and spunk d up considerable and we moved on i la Tell the balance of this Story another time. Your Friend j. Downing major 2d brigade Downingville militia of the Success of the party in View All would now have been Well. The people have been warned in every form and through every Avenue that the a opticians to whom they entrusted the ship of state would run her ashore. These predictions Are finally realized. The vessel is now ashore and the people Are suffering All the miseries incident to a most calamitous Shipwreck. This message is a response to the incendiary letters of Cambreleng Kendall Benton and Jackson. It is an Appeal to the brute Power of Quot numbers Quot against the intelligence Enterprise Providence and patriotism of the country it is another and a Long stride in the downward tendencies of the government. It is designed to pros uate Commerce destroy manufactures and Paral ize Enterprise. This done All the cherished institutions of our country and All the social relations of life will be broken up. Blair Kendall and Benton can then do for America what Maret Danton and Robespierre accomplished for France. Demagogues of every age and dime labor to excite the ignorant and profligate a class unfortunately too numerous in All countries. To this class or. Van Buren has addressed himself and it remains to be seen whether the conservatives of i is own party Are prepared to immolate themselves and their evening journal. Man boasting of his honesty is generally a rogue of his courage generally a Coward of his riches generally not wealthy of his democracy generally an aristocrats of his intimacy will great men generally despised by those who May Chance to know him of his wit popularity and High standing always a fool. A but he acquitted himself both As respects matter and manner in such a Way As to gain the respectful attention of tie House at the very outset and to produce a most favourable Impre Siori of his talents and character. The Senate having at journey before he had finished his Remai a a several distinguished members of that body had we never knew exactly before the actual meaning of that word Quot hum Bug . The message of or. Van Buren is the document that might have been expected Subtle plausible moderate in its tone and temper and embodying in specious phrase and thin veiled sop mistry the most pernicious documents of Loco Foco ism. Whatever of malignant bitterness and fierce invective and sly insinuation and open taunt and Ruffian tirade a that for the last four months has disgraced and degraded even tie columns of the Globe is there concentrated and embodied in language less objectionable on the score of decency but equally expressive and equally fatal in its York courier enquirer. Astral and to Mantle lamps. Amp a. We have just received a splendid assortment o Astral Mantle Hall and Reading lamps Dixon s Best Brittania Ware in setts american silverware amp a. June 3. 782 Seibert amp Buei Iler. Law not Cli Al. Etc Siam will continue to practice Law at a Indianapolis circumstances having occurred that prevent his contemplated removal to the Wabash. His office will be found in the room adjoining mr.-03 Burn s office in the court House Square. Feb. 9, 1837. Ilaw office. Tool d. Walpole attorney at Law practices the a a. Law in the circuit courts of Madison Shelby Marion and Hancock counties and the probate courts of the latter county. Residence it Greenfield Llan cock county or. P. Smith returns his thanks to his friends and customers for their patronage heretofore extended to him and respectfully solicits a continuance of the same. He informs them that he has removed his office to d. R. Smiths Esq where he May be found at All times when not absent on professional business. November of 1836. 46-tf. Six per cent. Saved. The Utility of savings funds institutions has Long been tested. By furnishing a Safe and advantageous investment for the profits of labor Thoy have Given a stimulus to Industry and encouraged the de Clope ment of Means for the preservation of a spirit of Independence. The Indianapolis insurance company being by its charter an office of Deposit is now ready to receive and will pay on All sums deposited for 4 months and upwards six per cent per annul. By order of the Board. Nicholas m Carty pres t. Thomas d. Gregg be y. Office Indianapolis ins. Com. March 11.�?70 Abner pm ape botanic physician returns his grateful to the inhabitants of this town and Vicinity for the lib feral encouragement he has received since his location in Indianapolis. Having made the botanic practice his study for Many years and being confident i f its a adaptation to All the prevailing forms of disease in the Section of country he respectfully tenders his unremitting services to those who Vevish to try the botanic remedies and will Call on him at his store in Washington Street 2d door East of the Post office. N. B. Those who Are desirous of ascertaining my standing As a practitioner Are invited to Call and examine my Deal Ostia from the b Dianic a medical society of Maryland. Doc. 20.-53tf pshaw you Don t say so and mercy on us Well the next thing we see of Uncle Sam was he looked As Fine As a fiddle ruffles round both ends of his shirt and Sich a capelin As he Cut among his new wives for a spell never was seen Afore and Sich frolics and All his old cronies As Busy As he was among pm till some folks begun to Wink and whisper that Uncle Sam was so Liberal he had wives enuf for himself and friends things went on thus for about three years when Uncle Sam began As most folks do when they git too much of a Good thing to smell and feel trouble and jest then i got Back from foreign parts and i met Uncle Sam and if it had not been for his being my own blood relation Ank Knowin him and lovin him in any shape As i do my own father or Mother i never would have known him at All. Why says i Uncle Sam is this you says l i Don t know. Major says he but Why do you ask Don t i look As natural As Ever says he. And there he stood Holdin his breeches up with both hands and his elbows both torn out and a dirty shirt sleeve peeping through and holes in his Stockins and his shins plastered Over. Why you a says i Uncle Sam what on Airth ails too tors Geo. W. Stipp amp we. Lindsay having associated them flans Tore tier in the practice of Medicine surgery &c., would respectfully offer their professional ? to the citizens of Indianapolis and Vicinity. Their office is in the Back room of the drug and chemical store of Williom Lindsay co., a few doors East of the mansion House Anil immediately opposite the Washington half where one or both will always be found onless professionally absent. May24, 1c37. 781 wholesale and lamp Tail Star Clare store. Seibert a Buei Iler respectfully inform their customers and the Public generally that they have iut received and opened at their store room Union Row North Side of Washington Street three doors e�8tofthe po8t office a Large Supply of , cutlery saddlery faints it is amp a in addition to their former Stock and Are now prepared to sell wholesale and retail on As Good terms As any other House in the Placo. Country dealers. Build pm saddlers and others will find it to their advantage to Call and examine their Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Indianapolis june 3, 1837. Come says i give me your hand old Friend and let us talk it All Over together t am sorry major says he i can t shake hands with you just now my hands Are Busy says he. What says i Holdin the Money Aye. Uncle same both hands full As usual says i. Not exactly major says he and with that he cum close up to me and whispered in Tny ear i am in a bad Box. Major says he i have got so Many wives i Ain t got a Button left for my suspenders a they Are All off do Tell now says i i want to know it s True says he and you May see for yourself and with that i look do and sure enuf there never was a Man in such a Pickle. Well says i Uncle Sam this comes from folks Liviu you bad advice or rather by your not Takin Good advice. You forgot says i one fact and that is that it was intended that you family matter should be regulated on the same plan of every other Well regulated family and that though yours is the general government family it was intended to be regulated jest on the same plan of the family of the humblest of your masters a and there says i was the Mother wit of the thing in the beginning Quot what masters says he spunk in up and trying to swell but Takin care to hold on to his breeches a Quot who Are my a masters Quot says he Quot your masters Quot says i a Quot Why the people and i am one on pm. Uncle same and if you had stuck to the Rule they made for your family you would not now be in your present condition Quot now Quot says i Quot Uncle san there is but one Way 1 pan see for you to take and that is for you to Call All your Young women about you and Tell pm you can t have but one wife and they must get husbands each in their own Here Uncle Sam Shook his head and looked considerable sad Quot i am afraid major Quot says he Quot it s too late it was an easy Job to get rid of one wife hut to get rid of so Many All at once i am afraid shall get spank d As red As a Quot never mind that Quot says i Quot you la git no More than you deserve if you do folks that dance must pay the from the Albany daily advertiser. The Art of printing. Of All the arts that Man has invented or discovered there is no one that stands so pre eminent As the Art of printing. With the discovery of this Art commenced the regeneration of Europe the great religious reformation the civilization and enlightenment of Mankind. It aroused the people to a sense of their rights and Liberty. Literary treasures that before the invention of this Art were unknown to any but the monks and a favored few wore published to tie world. Boo is that Kiil a a a an i Oulu have Cost a kingdom to Purchase and in fact could not be purchased at any Price May now Back be found in inc Nanas i Quot a ii scr Zzz in. Even Kings and Nobles could not obtain them for it is a Well known fact that Henry in of France before he could obtain the loan of a Book had to leave his jewels in pledge with the monastery to which it belonged. It is now upwards of 400 years since the Art of printing was discovered by John Gen Steish surname Guttenburg who first printed the alphabet. It was done with wooden blocks that served Only for the work printed. About the year 1445 John faustus invented movable types. He received assistance from his son in Law Peter Schaffer who it is said devised the Moulds to. For casting them. It is contended by some that faustus was the original inventor. In the year 14g2 the first Book was printed which was the vulgate Bible by faustus. He sold it at first As High As five Hundred crowns per afterwards reduced the Price to thirty crowns he was seriously charged with being in league with the Devil and had he not explained his Art he would have been sacrificed for witchcraft. About the year 1473 printing was first commenced in England by a German. The first geographical work was printed in Spain about the year 1499, at the time of the excitement caused in Europe by the discovery of America. In the year 1531, the first newspaper was published. It was called a Gazette from a Coin named Gazetta and was printed at Venice. In 1588 the first attempt at periodical literature called the Quot English Mercurie Quot was printed at London. The first printing office established to the continent of America was at Cambridge mass in the year 1639. Ill 1661 was published the Quot Public intelligence Quot the first ice a a paper in England and in 1705, 134 years afterwards was published at Boston by a Scotchman named John Campbell Quot the Boston news letter Quot the first newspaper in the United states. About the year 1718, there Vias published at Philadelphia a newspaper the first in this City called the Quot weekly in june 1728, was published the Quot new York Gazette Quot the first paper in the state. Previous to the year 1732, the printing was nearly All done on Parchment in that year the first printing in paper within the present limits of the United states was done. In no Coutt Ryin the world has the Art of printing improved so rapidly As in the United states. As for the newspaper there is no end to them every Little Village of five or six Hundred inhabitants has its Quot Gazette Quot or its in the year 1828, it was calculated that there was at that time about nine Hundred newspapers published in the United states and its territories and in 1830, Only 8 years after the number had increased four hundreds making the number published that year thirteen Hundred besides which there Are numerous a magazines and other periodicals All Over the country. Typo. Our readers will have perceived before this Sheet readies them that the Seiditi Mesils of presi ident Van Buren in relation to the establish trient of sub treasuries Are in direct opposition to what we have received to be the views of a Large majority of his political friends. While we admit that the arguments he adduces in support of the proposition Are Able and ingenious they have failed to remove in our minds tie serious objections which have been heretofore urged against Ilie system and which we contend Are irrefutable in their nature especially As to its adoption at tie present . Y. Times an paper. Van Buren has no interests or sympathies Villi or for the people. To is an Tolice Holder by Trade and has livid Twenty fifi years upon the people drawing i Tang Tjit time More than $200,000 from the Treasury. He feels none of the distress which he inflicts upon others. His interests Are hostile to the Creneal welfare. His measures Are designed to Benefit the few at the expense of the Many. Hence the Commerce the manufactures the Enterprise and the Industry of the country Are sacrificed to enable the Ohice holders to live in spender and luxury a ground to the Earth by a Metalic currency tie office holders salary would treble in value while the property acquired by a Long life of toil and frugality would become comparatively worthless. In this Way the usurp is Hope to reduce the people to a condition of Vassalage. Men have already sacrificed their Independence their principles and their patriotism h remains to be seen lie Thor they will now surrender their pro Jurty or in the words of a new York conservative whether the a ran afford to be ruined by party a Many evening journal. The president in Bis message assumes All the position of Ultra Tioco Foco ism. He is gone full length with the Plain dealer the evening Post the Washington Globe Blair Kendall and general Jaskson. The i doctrines which or. Senator Wright recency put Forth in the st. Lawrence Republican which the crazy or. Gouge issued in his pamphlet which the Globe has advocated and enforced with an eloquence that would do Honor to Billingsgate and which general Jackson has endorsed with letters that will make his name a Bye word to posterity doctrines which the seven Hundred penitent signers could not adopt which or. Rives and or. Tall Nadge most conscientiously eschewed which tie Richmond enquirer the madisonian and even the Albany Argus pretended to opposed these in their full extent their most offensive shape and their worst meaning Are the doctrines of or. Van . Y. Courier and enquirer. of the Baltimore Patriot. Washing Ron sept. 26. 1837. The Senate of the United states having got thro the measures that have been brought Forward for the Benefit of the government have been spending nearly the whole of this Day in deliberating upon and deciding what shall not he Ione for the Benefit of Ihu i Iopu. Here have the majority of this once honoured body been for the last three weeks talking about this expedient and that and the other which Milit have any Chance of relieving the adminis Rali a from the Jiffy Culibr s 2dd embarrassments into which it was plunged and now As they Are preparing to take their departure when Tivey have fixed upon monday the 0th of october As the Day when they will close the present session they pompously put Forth their decision in a negative form respecting a measure which hns not seen proposed by any member in either House. Tricy have graciously told the people of the United slates that a National Bank is not proper or expedient for them. The course the it Jority have taken on the subject is directly contrary to All precedent and custom. Alien a committee report against any memorial or petition in the form of a negative proposition the matter is in All cases allowed to pass without taking tie sense of the legislative body to whom it is submitted upon in unless it is intended to reverse the proposition. There was no such intention in the present Case. Or. Wright from the conic Nilace on finance reported upon certain memorials that prayed for the establish Mentor a National Bank a Resolution to the effect that the prayer of the petitioners ought not to be granted. If the usual course had been adopt Tell not a whig senator would have attempted to reverse the Resolution it would have been allowed the go by without opposition or Dis Mission list Iii said not suit Llu purposes of the August majority of this body. Uliey to what or. Pai Iston properly Dentini suited apolitical Trapani their file Leader or. Silas Wright called up the Resolution and required an expression of the sense of the body upon it. The object was obvious enough. It a us to hold up those who Voltl against the Resolution of the Conin Pittee As failed states Bank men a while it would have the effect of completely deluding the Public As to the sentiments of Liliose who might vote for it by giving the idea that in. The opinion of Ucli senators a National Bank a i More to be deprecated Tului any other measure. The constitutional party wore determined not to be caught in tiie trap. Or Clay was the first to denounce it. He Dee lured that the Only parallel Case he remembered to this negative Resolution was one brought Forward by an illustrious person now no More John Randolplh who having Ieav i Thart Ivor. Ivri Umi i, cd to Reom fiend a decl Ratum of War Nga Tisl great Brilain introduce a few Days before lie message was received ares Iliou Deel Riniti Inci Litas Ibex Peczli ent to declare War Audi Tisl a real Britain Liis was got rid offer. Said in some Way or other. He then expressed the wis ii that the question on tie adoption of tie Resolution should not be passed but if it was he would move an Aiu end ment to the effect to thai whenever it is ascertained that there is a Clear majority of Llie people in favor of a Bank of United Stales Tiloi Iglitz u be granted. Or. Webster most to to the whole subject till monday next. This motion was lost. Benu n Tsien exp bled his ignorance of the rules by moving to Lay the us eminent of or. Clay on the table a i he Hui Nib Ger did not know that it would Lay the very Resolution reported by the majority of the coining tree of which he is a Mcalier on thu table also. He was indebted to or. Webster for reminding the chair that such would be the effect of his motion and sir i Homas Thunder blood and sons amp a. Then exclaimed Quot of if that s the i Lect i Don t make the or. Tallmadge Oil ered As an anum dment to the amendment of or. Clay a re solution declaring that in the opinion of the Senate the people of the Opportunity of hearing him and it. Webster. Preston and or. Clay each complimented opinions on the message. The president s message is before our readers. It is As we anticipate the Effort of a to Ivi Cian rather than the production of a statesman. Instead of endeavouring to relieve the country from distress and ruin its single aim is to preserve a political Ascendancy. And this by the Way is the vice of the age. It is this merging of All other interests to promote political views that has brought the ruin upon us. Had the reins of government for the last eight years been held by statesmen having the Good of the Public instead we shall at our Leisure go Over the message in detail. Not in a single instance does the president refer to the True cause the origin the foundation of All the evils under which the country now suffers. He says it is Over trading the Banks have Over issued the old Loco Foco cant is repeated and reiterated but not a word of the withdrawal of the Deposit test the destruction of the United states Bank the specie circular and other illegal and ruinous measures of the last administration. He is against a National Bank against state Banks a artist any system of regulating the exchanges and currency excepting taking the Strong Box of the nation into his own hands in. Y. Sta. The United Stales Aro against a National Bank and therefore it is Iii expedient to establish it. To this or. Clay Oll Rcd another amendment similar to whal he had first proposed. All these Amend tits were voted Down and the question pressed on the original Resolution in regard to a proposition which has never been advanced declaring in substance that the establishment of a National Bank is inexpedient. That question was of course carried. The same subject in brought up in the House but no decisive Ali ii was taken upon it there. The p a Fly had off by or. Sergeant and or. Bell have How vet expressed their sen turn tits and against the schemes of the . The question will be brought up to Norrow and will be decided most to badly. The committee of tie whole after a Lute silting have reported the Senate s anti Deposit Bill to tiie House without any amendment. It will Proba it by pass in Lite torm in which it Wiinie from tie Senate. D. Sept. 27. Two worthy sons of old Kentucky one in the Sei itch the Uher or him highly on his Graceful and spirited debut. Or. Menifee is not unlike or. Wise in personal appearance and there is a great similarity their looks and gestures when viewed fro Rii gallery. Or. Wise s style Howo Vur is much More rapid and vehement than or. Menifee so though there is no Lack of spirit and Energy about the latter. He is an Honor to his state and doubt not will distinguish himself in the Noble career on we Iii he has entered. I he Senate have not yet done with the sub Treasury system. Or. Walker of Mississippi gave us Sou e hours declamation in defence of the general policy of the admin owl Ion a and in support of these Meme which the supporter c. This very administration Orick declared reeked with despotism a but not one Ray of Novelty or ingenuity was lir own upon the subject by this Lille Mississippi luminary. His speech was. Wholly made up of the Argun Jents of the message a the Globe und other papers of dec Al pretensions to character and statesmanlike Opidi ions. When he finished and some explanation s had been made by or. Morris of Ohio no senator intimating a tii position to address the body on the subject or. Calhoun professed a willingness to adjourn. This led some persons to imagine that or. Calhoun intended to bring Forward some other proposition in addition to his amendment As it is confidently reported in society that he has a project which he has not of produced. His speech of monday week was carte mainly exceedingly unsatisfactory to All who expected a full exposition of his plans for no very distinct general outline was Given Inch less was there that amplification of details which is absolutely necessary in order to give a just and adequate Conception to the Public of any scheme in which they Are interested. Or. Webster asked As i thought with the Tinq of an assertive interrogatory whether or Cal Quot Houn intended to submit an additional pro a psf Tion or. Calhoun s answer was Quot that ill depend upon circumstances Liat May occur in the course of the messes Benton and Buchanan and some other of the same agrarian set having manifested a disposition to Quot hold on Quot or. Calhoun said no Mora about the adjourning and or. Crittenden then Quot his Able speech. After he concluded no one Rose to follow the debate appeared to be at an end the question was about to be Taen on or. Calhoun s Section the a a and nays had been ordered the Secretary had the Roll in his hand and was just about to Call the names alien or. Vice president said Quot the senator from massachusetts"�?1 looked a round and there was Daniel up. He moved that the ski us a Journ. It was agreed 10. The great statesman and orator of the North i As the floor for to Morrow. Or. Calhoun will reply to him and then we will know More of the details of his project. In the House today a number of resolutions where offered which Manifest Bow great is the vigilance with which the representatives of the Cople Are determined to exam Ile the conduct of the executive departments. One Calls for the reasons Why and wherefore there Iraq been so much delay in sending out the exploring exp Dilion. The Eppli Nalion is easy the Baccale att dullness of old Dickerson take away your old inc Elors i am sure the ladies would to a Man applaud the president for getting rid of him Forth with. Another Resolution for information from the Secretary of tha Treasury respecting the details of this sub Treasury scheme the number of sub treasurers the number of new ofic so of new buildings the expense of the whole affairs the salary of each officer amp a. Amp a. Amp a. Another called on the Post master Gener Quot Al Lor information As to the whereabouts the when and inc what manner of tie express of us Trust in heaven this is a movement against the express mail one of thu most anti Republican schemes Ever attempted by this democratic slave of but aspirant to Pover Amos Kendall. It was expected that or. Seargent of a. Vr6 wild finish to Day his powerful speech commenced yesterday on the report of the committee of ways and Means a Raimist a National Bank but he was indisposed. The whole subject has been postponed to saturday. The Mississippi election Case is still undecided. Or. Maury a very Able representative of Independent ten Lessee made a report on the part of the minority of the committee reversing the decision of the majority and declaring that messes. Gholson and Claiborne Are not entitled Quot to their seats and supported in in a Short but forcible speech a or. Pennybacker of a. Replied to or. Maury in one of the oddest speeches Ever heard in any Assembly it was really All about Grammer metaphysics logic and such Quot branches of learning Quot with an occasional glance at the business on hand House galleries and re Poi ter were a roars of laughter during the whole time. I venture to say his speech accurately reported will be one of a funniest in Aga Ever recorded during this session though Hie Reant to Van Buren talks of Quot the government Quot As a Power Independent of the people. This Man has been in office so Long that he ins forgotten the source from which ins Power is Ile Rived. It is not the province of the government says this modern Lynn Russ Quot to relieve the people from end Barras Smen s created by revulsion in Commerce and the government which to relieve the people under such circumstances fails to fulfil its highest function. For what purpose was government instituted and Why Are its Burthen borne but to secure for it constituency Protection and Relief under All circumstance a the administration has de Troy Cal our Quot Commerce and credit Quot and now in reply to their demand for Relief the president Tell the people that communities Are Apt to expect too Inch from if the government will put the ii entry in the condition they found it when the War upon its currency was declared the people will ask no Kurtli or Jou Mol evening. Be the very quintessence the Pine Apple t f Seri in tile mouse have been to pm legs a the debate was Cut Short by a Success Day maintaining with great viability and Elt hence of a motion to go to the orders of the Day and the the principles and doctrines of tha i a a got out of commit party As they up old All that is valuable ill the Hite vast nig it was taken up in. Financial Ltd icy of such a As this. Or. J House. Or. Jenifer made an Able a a a ecu senator Crit Tondi n spoke on the sub Treasury j Bill. He was followed by or. Meni Bill and of course against its get feral provisions i a Kyj by of a. In support of the and also uie a Sci Idman of or. Calhoun in who ii . Or. Potter from the Keystone state or Humbug r Benton and or. Quot untried Rxpdi-1 pot Ere Quot us Fanny Kemble , a goof but Quot Wright so consistently con Curry Deal about and Almut the us act. Here there is Crittenden s Rato a i have often described Ftp our interval in my personal of uie readers. His Spoeth on this occasion was Asi Djate. Is it is necessary to should Dine at ome usual animated captivating Lucid and not i Cibl or. Wise i learn Madr one of the most a and occasionally diversified with those Lashmi it of spirited and Stince Mafull speeches against to hts wit and Sari attic humor which no Man la Gross can Send Forth with More Grace Dix and i elect Tyfian this worthy cd league or 1 Clay. Or. Menifee is the Mem bar of the House representatives who wins Plo Adinig the Cau Iii of the people against their Ond oppressive rulers while assailing the sub i Treasury Syat ii if Aii is authors in the sen tile r. Maniffel Young Tiaw Bill that has been heard Liis session. He made some p urgent remarks about the letter of a shirt worthy commercial g. C. Cain Bre Len in which he discour.= of Quot having the Banks o t the or hater who of Couso defended the whole course Vau Buren Patty which he Hinsel once denounced Indef Hia on to signature As a action Quot and whose Zed As the Casipe of the How a again the Peffle Quot i quote from i Basra litters Quot a. A

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