’ffZucpaph is published every Wed-
on Blulberry 8tre«t, cast side.
■* tu15 T „. E£ Dot lam a year; if P»"l m ad-
^SoWAR*. if not paid before the
i*' ?' «ar .Subscribers tiring at » distance
•f^ iVall cases to pay in advance.
WILL continuo M> transact^the
^ .- above husincss at the same place
♦Jl occupied last year bv J. GOD-
01 HARD & REED. lie has mill
,w!rf for the convenience of the Ware
\ "Hlwre is no Ware House in town more
business committed to ids
! ? i'io facilities which Jie will lie able to
li icuStomers. he hopes to merit e c6.it,it-
jfilio patronage of ins friends cud the pub-
cnrcu’arcd to make liberal advances nr nil
i P iotton stored or shipped by hint, t ot-
J, ‘ J it his Ware House will bo imurcd at
U rate., if requested.
u , August 10_ Hid (lin
ttlll TON & HAYES, intending to per-
Iv locate tbemselves iu Macon, ou
® L 1st of October next, for the nine-
„i transacting the above business; iiud fiav-
Occupied by Isaac B. Rowmnii. on the
,.; f Mulberry and Second streets, and iu
,mediate vicinity of most of the Cotton
a on-, respectfully solicit a part of public
nroniisitig iu return, unremitting attention
. L cres t of all who may favor lliem with
tininess and confidonee. I.ilieral advances
“ uu Produce, Merchandize or otiicr
' ‘JOHN R. HAYES.,
aeon, August 14, 1S33 6t
jjv JIybon Bartlett.
« Family Flour
F 11 superior quality, for safety . .
May 13 142 C.4ilHOOIN3.
[' amily Cooking Stoves,
M ILL Irons and Cotton Gin Machinery for
salo by ELLIS. SHOTWELL fit CO.
May 125 144
OR tha Bank of Macon
AREN by the undersigned at 75 per cent
discount, iu payment for Goods. '
• Aug- 14 10d lOt E. GRAVES & SON.
Treasury Department, , au „ lila ,,
mTfiTlfe 'f ’ °’ 0 ' 1832, Ncw Pia ““ «"*• Just received and for *1. by
TOTICE is hereby given to Tax Collectors > ELLIS, SHOTWELL fit 60.
nud other public officers, that the Bills of Julv II. 1832 28 1m
j * *»-% wwireiiiuis
J. , ...... public officers, that the Bills of
tile Bonk of Mtiton will not be received iuto tlio
Treasury in payment of any debts due the public
or in fulfilment of any contract to which tho State
may be a party. JOHN WILLIAMS,
The editors of papers throughout the State aro
requested to give the above uoiico three inser
tions, nud forward tiieir accouuu for payment,
ififi a, r J
D EVERE, by the author of Tremaine,
Jaqucline of Holland
Annstasius, by T. Hope,
Sketches in China, by VV. W. Wood,
Philip Augustus, by tho author of Rich
Journal of tho Rev’ds Tycrman & Bcnuet,
being the 1st, 2d and 3d Nos. of the
library of religious knowledge.
London Annuals for 1832.
The Amulet, the Keepsake,
Literary Souvenir, Christmas Box,
Juvenile Forget me not,
The Musical Gem, Musical Bijou.
March 1 83 ELLIS, SHOTWELL & CO.
T HE subscribers will sell their remaining
stock of CARPETING at very reduced
LAZffD L03WBSTC. I prices, having a large quantity on hand, and wish
1 J P To Sr^yorwm'rrmpl^^ioml J. 8. SMITH
two weeks, and as the Commissioners are now
ries, will be regularly issued fromjhe office of the
Federal Uuiou. They will appear iu numbers so
that they may bo bi/Riul tegathor in pamphlet
Persons desirous of becoming subscribers cau
forward their names to us, rosr-rAiD, enclosing
the cash, and they will be attended to. They
shuuld mention liic post office to which tho num
bers should be directed.
The whole work will contain about 400 pages,
aud cannot be afforded at less than $5 to subscri
bers, paid iu advance. Milledgntllt.
HE subscribers have ibis day purchased Hie
dir.ro stuck of gooili belonging u» n i *?»/*
t r k lort in 1I1U place, »ml will continue the
icss at*tho same store on tlio corner ot bec-
gjrect ami Cotton Avenue, opposite \t nsh
o Hall, under the firm of
VXTER, FORT & WILEY.
i-s have on liaud a goucral assortment of
i''noils well adapted to the tovvb aud country
• c »!iicb wifi be sold at low prices and oil 4-
"terrns, by the yard, pioce or package.—
■solicit a continuation of the patronage of
ir cu.ioiucrs aud the public generally.
THOMAS W. BANTER
ROBERT W. FORT.
LAIRD H- WILEY.
scoa, July 1, 1832. 101
i,*w ...... «•> .hv w.H——" j For o3lc or .
eouvened at this place, making arrangements for A FIRST rate e!ose-body CARRIAGE, 1
tlio drawing, wo have determined to print tlio list XL nearly new, in good order,^md well made, I [•
of fortunate drawers as heretofore, which will bo - ! " ' ,J 1 ' * ' ‘ ‘ ”
sent in sheets weekly, or iu any other way direct
ed, to such as may become subscribers. As the
tri KP&rsssss | a •sssssm}" am
will be «5iu advance. AU letters on the subject ^• rutol ' oda lar S e lo ‘ of
addressed to the Hecordcr Office will be pSnptly «£ ^UHSiAblC iuO!U16tS|
attended to. GUIEVE & ORML.
MilicdgcviHc, .luly 26 166
H A.P. FA.TBIOB & Co. I jjbjjb&,SLACK SHAVES, KA®0
AVE. received per Boat Rebecca, and oner superior quality,
for sale ou reasonable terms, | April 17 126
~ OBOBOB ffBWSEsS
At his old stand, corner of Cherry and Secondsts.
I S now receiving from New York and Boston.
a fresb supply of Goods, which, in addition
to those on baud, will
subscriber Raving withdrawn from the
laic firm of Wiley* Btxlcr if Fort, aud sold
r.si ia Id. Brother, Laird II. Wn.tr, re*,
idv ;wks a conliuuution of patronage treiu
i,I, to ibu new firm of BAX TER, t DR i
, VV. l.EROY M. WILEY,
os duly 1, 1332. 161
|HE Copartnership heretofore existing un
der the firm of It iteci, liiuter If l art, it
iiy (Usolvcd by mutual cousent. Fhei .■ n-
bu>ia.'ss of the cotieeru wdl bo settledtby
iTaR, FORT & WILEY, wlio will cou-
■ tiio business at tiie samo stand.
LI:.ROY M. WILEY.
THOMAS W. BAXTER.
ROBERT W. FORT,
seen, July 1,1332. 161
|IIR Cop.irtucrsuip heretofore existmg bo
t.ciea tiie suostribers tinder the firm of
Ion tf Joins, is (liis day dissolved by mutual
at. The ua.cuied business of the couccrn
be attended to by Bavid Ralston, who can lie
1 m tb i sta*o oi'Koitcrl H. 1‘atton, (their old
4,) tercir of Civ cry and Third streets.
ibt. ■•«> J.-RTN T.. JONES.
„ a.^tia Zit¥ SiAiO. ' •
te.!:!, m the 1 lib district of Lee county,
hi. .. aad ••
i .4. •• Stith “
tao, •• ibih “
DAY ii PUTTS, A
««». July 27, I8ii2. 104
#y will at all time* keep ou hand a good sttp-
'■ Materials, and be prepared to cstccuto ev-
ncri|,lion of work in their iiuo.
WuarJs, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Bookcases,
a, tie. tie. made to order,
irydescription of TURN ING dene as above./
ig a large and excellent Turning Lathe, (the
>ao of the kind in the plare.) they will be
fared t«uru HOUSE COLUMNS, fisc, at
sutiee JAMES A. HAL!..
rlT 52 JOHN MORELAND
received aud for sale by the subscribers
‘tvcral cases of Brewster's .
ck and Drab Soavcr HatSi
Not inferior to any in tho Market.
general assortment of DRY GOODS
tition to tlir.tr former stock: avliicU avill lie
A. SHOTWELL fie3. S. SMITH.
Ur. Howard Insurance Compa..,, i
fork coutioues to insure COTTON* when
cu good Boats or Boxes, against the
®f the Itivcr. Rules of Premium arc
he- Apply to C. DAY, Agent.
■10 5f '
® 00 L ^8 and Clothing;
5 r ? c i‘i vc ^ Macon Clothing Storo
macon, Georgia, Wednesday, august 22, 1832
Vol. VI—No. 34.
April 12 121
Lands for Salo.
T HE following Tracts of Land aro offered for
’ sale, on aecommodating terms. .
Lot No. 208 m 16 district Dooly county.
57 iu 19 do Lee now Stewart.
88 in 14 do Early
111 m 8 do Lee.
75 iu 11 do Lee now Stewart.
33 in 27 do Lee.
— 102 in 4 do Houston notv Bibb.
AppIjMo ^ ROBERT BIRDSONG.
M emoirs of Duche-s
^Treatise on Manufacture
scture of Porcelain
July 11, 1832 23 lm
I Ece—Prico Reduced.
CE will be delivered, ou application at the
ice house, during the duy at 8 cents tiie bound
May 18 142 , , j.
O N Now York, Philadelphia, Charleston, Sa
vatmah, and Augusta, iu sums to suit pur-
chafers, for sale bv
Nov. 10. WILEY, BAXTER & FORT.
1 G1VE those persons that nre, indebted to the
late firm of Fitch If IVordin, a particular invi
tation to call uud settle tho same, (as fair promises
will uot pay my honest debts.)
Fell 9 L. FITCH.
Circulating Library. .
S UBSCRIBERS to the Circulating Library
can now be'furnished with books.
A large collection of Miscellaneous works will
soon as practicable.
Persons wishing to become subscribers, will
please call on Mr. John II. Ellis, (who will act os
Librarian,) or at the store, where a catalogue of
the books can bo seen.
April 10 121 ELLIS, .SHOTWELL & Co
davs notice, for sale by C. A. HIGGINS.
N. B. The above article can be bad iu quan
tities to suit purchasers on contract,' by giving
short notice to the subscriber, who acts as agent
for an extensive kiln iu the neighborhood.
June 5 147 C. ;
C. A. II.
; ... r, 4 an
t ill be sold reasonably, or exchanged for a good
Gig or Chaise. Apply to C. A.IIIGGINS.
junc 8 148
NEW SPUING GOODS. •
S. GRAVES & SO:ET o
A RE now recciviug from New York and Bos-
tou, a large aud fresh' supply of SPRING
and FANCY SUMMER GOODS, consisting in
600 ns Calicoes, 100 do Fashionable Ginghams,
100 ps Italian, Grodcnap, Sinchew, Sarsnet.Chan
genhle, Figured and Fnncy colored SILKS
200 ps Corded'Muslins, Cambric Dimity. &c
Pieces Figured and plain Swiss Muslins
100 do Irish Linens
100 do Pongee and Fancy Silk lldkfs
200 do Raw Silk do
10:) duz Fancy Dress Shawls and Scarfs
300 do Cotton, Madras., and Head Hdkfs
..inen Drilling Gentlemen’s Stocks and Cravats,
Brown Linen, Rowen Cassimere, Ueavcrteen,
Bang up Cord, Circassians ■
600 dnz Hosiery and tlloves, 300 do Spool Thread
60 duz Ball Thread, 60 do Spool do
IV) d,ja p r SwpemliMS, 200 do Tucking Combs
600 do Side Combs, Tortoise Shell do
ft resting Cnnitis, 100 ps Mosquito Netting, Fancy
Baskets, do Boxes. 100 lb Flax Thread, Sewing Silk.
t I 1 n I. T>—IlnsL.nlloi \l»»r.
DINNERio P. 'Pi RAJ^OUR,' Esq.
The citizens of Amliersrtoiirt and it* vicinity#
bearing that Judge Philip P. Barbour was on a
visit to hi* sou-iu-law, John J..Ambler# Esq. ap
pointed • committee to wait on Judge'B. and ro- 1
quested him to partake of a public dinner with
them on the 17lli of June, at Amherst Court
Ou the appointed day, n large and respectable
uumbdrof gentlemen sot down to an elegant ami
sumptuous repast prepared by Dr. James Powell.
Tne utmost harmony and good feeling prevail-,
Vunxi eliii.f* AAiiilitnlAil xt’ltll rl!r»lt!lvr flMrf
£ Udvy a£>5ilirjwUkjlC nasKcis. u<» i*uxrs,
COMBS 8 ret±3T CarVeJ fc ' UC "
COMBS, of the first quality. | n omelimnl . n a i,| ,! 0 . Furniture Plaids. Checks.
And two boxes of
4001) bushels Salt
16,000 lbs B.teou
20 tons Swedes iron
20 hhds Sugar
200 bags Coffee
6 hhd* Molasses
50 bids primo Pork
25 bids No. 2 Mackerel
25 bids No. 3 ditto
SO bbls N. E. Rutn
50 bids Gin _ ,
80 nieces Bagging
30 boxes Soap
20 boxes Sperm Candles
Malaga, Madeira and Tcncriffo V. me.
Together with a guural assoitmer.t of
\jry Goods# Hardware# Saddlery
dnOCKK 11Y, HATS, SHOES,
tic. kc. Sec.
June 13.1832. 25
Homespuns, Tlai.l do. Furniture Fluids. Checks.
Stripes. Ticking, 20 bides brown Homespuns, 10 ps
Osmibnrgs, Russia Duck, do Shl-etliig*. V,
"a general assortment of SUMMER GLGT1IIWG
consisting of Coals, Roundabouts, Vests, Pantaloons,
fisc. fire. A larec supply of
Shoes & Boots# Hat3# Saddlery
Jin. Jcc. Itia dos rafm L**Hf-Hnts.
A c miilfte Hfsortrpfffit of UAH f) WARK unil CU "
LF.Ry! GIzASS WARE. CRO.PKEUY, Ac.
to those on hand, will make his stock very large I .The above Goml* wore r.urtl.m’iT Irf York
and complete, which he offers on as reasonable n . m ' * f "« ( ^ f ,0 - eent im, '" r, ‘ 1 '
For coat, cheaper than evor I
hut opcntne a very extensive ° nt ' fplcndid as
sortmen' of (.OODS, which Inis been .elected in
‘° rl THE NEW YORK MARKET
hv himself, from the IMest Importations, winch are
".wticiilarly calculated for this market, and wbich w«I
dispoicd of fully
SJWSMttfH-ritTQ PBS CBM®.
„ „ vt . r These goods are of the latest style
til'll ,,"."1*.-1" n r'- d lo lj “
terms as they can be bad in this maeket. His
goods comprise a general
Assortment of Groceries,
45 hhds St Croix, Porto Rico and N
21 bbls Loaf aud Lump do
12 qr chests Tea
20,000 lbs Iron
• 10 hhds Molasses
1500 bushels Sait
100 pieces Hemp and Tow Bagging
40 kegs Nails
* Cognac Brandy
Northern Gin. Northern Rum
Apple Brandy, Wine,
Powder, Shot, &c. Ac.
nnn Dusuin, n »«»<> ■"'V i xv -y* 1 .
lions,) nt twenty per cent less than former pnc.es,
and will be sold unusually low.
Ain.—will rereire. ntrl week, a large svrply of
GROCERIES, IRON & STEEL, NAILS
&c Ac. For sale as ubove, 6(100 lbs prime BACON,
niereli 31 116 *
NEW SPUING GOODS.
dbasss. Atra TAii.oa,
I S now opening atllio Macon Clothing Store,
n new andspiandid assortment of
i Summer &qods.
consisting of superfine Bombazine*-—brown, slate,
black, mixt, white and buff Mcriuo Cassitneros—
plaid do. (a uew article for pantiloons) white end
firoivu Drilling—brown grass Linen—Pnnce’s
Cord, Nankin,, buff and w hite 5 alenliu Vesting*
spotted and wliitc Marseilles do. Satin Floren
tine do. black and figured Velvet do. with ajttod
I . ... nlirl tsAntnavt'ltl)
asmi, I assortment of cloth, velvet and bombazine
Drv CJoodfS# S2ardwr.ro. Cutlery, fancy do. gpitallield Hdkfs. *»lk. net and cotton
Crockertl, Boots, Shoes, double cud Susncuder*—English silk half- Hoes.
m -no I n~.wiiln. tvlntp nnd liroWu linen
ON CONSIGN MKNT.
T HE subscribers have on the river, and will
receive in n few days.
1080 pieces Stomp Sagging.
Urocneru, uuuus, Wives, i«aumo w« rv " r 1|lw , r . n
tr x me tit i A Rnmlcm tlo. white end broivu linen ngured Cra
IIATS, BLA\fh-ETP, SADHLiKS, lta1inn do . Bosoms, Collars, Stiffeners,
&,c. ft-c ' 1 Buckskin Gloves, black do. silk end brown linen
do. Epaulets. Ball Buttons, file., file.
N. 11. L. Fitch Will- receive in “ days a
handsome assortment of SUMMER CLO l H1NG
>r tll.niHNR carried on in all its branches *s
Oct 22 43
IJ nllX/»>U IV tUV V* XMIVW w* ***w vvuipuuyf
he met with tiie most enthusiastic and cordial re
ception. *lt' not tho spontaneous apd freo will
ofiering of u free enlightened people to a distin
guished public servant We assembled ns mem
ber* of tne republican party, to do honor, not to
the mm but to our principles. For it wasrnot to
hi* abilities, great a* they arc, nor to his unblem
ished private charnclor, which not even tho vio
lence of parly rancour has dared ta assail, but to
the great and -u- red principles, which, through a—
loug and eventful poulicul life, he had so firmly,
consistently and eloquently advocated, that our
humdge was paid,
It was cheering to our hearts to recognize in
our distinguished guest, in these days of apostacy
aud desertion, a man “in whom there is no guile;’’
one who adheres to the faith once delivered—a
genuine Republican of the Jeffersonian School. _
After the doth was removed, Sterling Clai-
home was appointed President, Chctmpe Carter,
1st Vice President, Dr. James PpMU# 2d Vico
President, and Chpt. Howell L, Brown, Secreta
ry. When the Dili toast wus announced, a high-'
ly inspiring iceue followed. Cheers and plaudits,
with other nrdcut manifestations of approbation,
made the "welkin ring," aud every eye sparkled
with pieasuro. . . „ ,
After tbo poise had subsided, Judge Barbour
rose, and addressed the company most eloquontly
and feciiugly, iu substance us follows: _
"I should be wanting, geullemcu, as much in
caudour at iu sensibility, if I did not ucknowlcdgb
the gratification which I feel ut the good opinion
which you have just expressed, and tho very
great kiuduess With which it has been received. -
“From those with whom I have long been ac
quainted, towards whom 1 have stood lor a tones
of years in the most intimate relations, l might
havo expected sorpcwhaVof the partiality of per
sonal fnendshTp. But to ninny of you, 1 am a
stranger, aliko unknowing aud unknown. In
deed, it is the second time iu my life that I havo
bean within tbo borders of your county, nud on
o'ach of those occasions, led by paternal feeling*
to viiit tho family of a daughter. Upon you,
therefore, 1 havo none of thoso cliums arising
from individual intimacy. To whatcanso, then,
am I to ascribo it, that, under these circumstances,
I should rocoivo sucii a docisivo manifestation of
confidence anil good bpiuion, as would almost
have exceeded my most snoguino expectations,
even if it had eoine from thoso whom I number
amongst my neighbors, my acquaintances, my
friends? Gentlemen, it is a tribute not so much to
any merit of mine, ns.to thoso principles which
yuu profess, iu common-with me. It is not tho
man, but tiie doctrines, to'which you pay respect.
II is, iu part, tho fruit of a spirit of liberaljustice,
which disposus yon to award to faithful exertion
in tlio public service, that approbation, wh ch be-
.iougs, of right, only to successful action. It h tho
outpouring of the goodness or your hoarls, Iu fa
vor of one, who, if ho havo no other claim to your
favorable consideration, cau assert that of an ear
nest and steady ndhercuco, through liMBo those
treat principles of constitutional law, which con
stitute your nud Afa political greed. At au early
period, 1 adopted that creed,-which I have not
uuly professed, but with fidelity endeavored to
iraclKO, throughout my whole career, as a pub-
"Iti articles are few and brief; but, in my dji*
motion, they constitute tho true faith. A* to tbo
first, nil parties profess to' bo agreed. _ Indeed it.
could nol bo otherwise, for it is written in the
book, in languago so plain* that he who runs
may rfiid-ft is, that power, not granted to tho
Federal Government, aro . reserved to tho states
respectively, or to tho people. But, geutloracn,
tlio great question which antes is. by what rula
shall it ho decided, what power* are grantedl \V o
have adopted, n» tlio *oeond canon of our ctced,
that this question shall bo solved by a restricted
construction of the instrument assigning them.
law Cabiaot SrXAkor's Shop.
The undersigued having purchased
the interest and taken tho shop lately
occupied by Mr. C. Coupee, ou Cher
ry street, a few doors above Clarke’s . „
Hold, take this opportunity of tender- nnd PrincettM,fine Ff*" c "JaJJjJJJIf* "geiiA Fancy I
n * CoUonlRlX Hose and half j WBW8pOI»S.
prices and on a long credit.
May 15 141 REA fc COTTON
Aluaa Salt and Lime.
“ Bushels Alum Salt
100 casks Thoninston I.ime
For^nle by REA Si COTTON.
Feb 20 82
UST received n few case* gentlemen’* fash,
ionalile Beaver HATS,
dec 22 53 \VM. H. BURDSALL.
50 d, r w 8 ilS; rt .r ,,,RUn ■ ~rwrILEY, B.YXTEIV & f^ORT, aro now
100 pirasds «ud Umbrellu. very ne»t and rieh. opening, on the cornof ,f Second street
100 piece. Mo.quUo NeHlnK- >d Con , b ,, „ n d Cotton A venue, opposite .ho Muhingtou
Ovud Usr- nnd Purxes. Slie.ll-TucK *aa ° Fr i n mj», Hall, a general assortment of
CHnibrioandFiiridtiiraDemiijjj"^^ ciotbs. European and Jlmcrtcan Goods, I Beiiou
503 lbs spun Cotton, Ticking*, usn.u * I Butrhlg Twino, Ac. fitc.
sjstsrts - Halloas... DUl . lc
TAILORING carried on in all it* branches qs
above—having the latest New York and London
fashion*, his work shall not bo inferior to any. He
return, his sinrere thanks for past favors, andso-
■it* a coitliuuance of public pntronngo
March 1 ■
A RNOTT S Klemcut* of l’hy*lc»
Evidence of I’roiihoey
Rev. Robert Hull’s Works .
E«»ay ou Ftfrmatiou aud Puulication of Opi
nion 1 . .
Emoj# ou Truth* Knowledge, Bvideuce* vYc
Pticairu’* Klttud Otahiele, A:c.—last Family
Ambitious Student, by E. L. Bulwer-
Life of Stephen Girnrd- .
Hall’* Lectures on School Keeping
Romance of Reality
Sister's Budget , . _ .
wiii.pcis to a Newly Married Pair
Report* on l/ocoaiotivo nnd Fixed Eugino*
Eleventh Edition Henry's Chemistry
Alexander'. Bible Dictionary
Larrey’* Smgical Memoir*
Goocli on Female*
Bell ou Baths nud Mineral V\ «'er»
by Dr. Boudoloeque
Rx”an’* Mtdicai Jurisprudence
With a large collection of Medical. Law, mis
celbineou. end Co.
' Also • . . | Merchants, planter* and tlio public generally
neat and fine. , v -r
And * very large *“PEH ..
*. .^eadymtia 0 Olothiaj-
* . j r ** e ‘ 1 ’od, aVener al a**ortmctit of Ready-
*«dr Clothing, of very *operior quality, and
..“Jibemostfasbiouabid manner; tbo work
•«» u warranied.
, A. 8II0TWELL & J. S'. 8M.ITH,
l! J 17,1332. 161
■ T "ss h i-rrs?"'- 1
TOOLB. Crq« entknilW «t a .s Ware
Al«>» sopply of £2S^c»lf Skins, Dining and I
Also 1° ^oj^tlnksf (tin Ijiind Leather. Ac.
"''Iwimppiy ofc/ROCKRIES, FAMILY MED1-1
Whislieif, Bacon, Salt, fyc.
Macon, A(<rd 20
BARRELS Bnltimoro Whiskey
13 hhds do • do
10 bbds Molas.c*
15 qr casks Marseilles Wine
4 pipes Holland Gin
1500 bushel* Liverpool Ground Salt
1000 do Alum Salt
20,000 lb* Bacon ,
30 Boxes Manufactured Tobacco
Hhds & bbls N. O. & 8t. Croix
Sugar*.' For sale by
141 ° REA & COTTON.
£?lastov cf Paris.
BARRELS of superior PLAFTF.ll
v OF PARTS, for hard wall* aud »ttftb
| co work, ju.t received and for .ale
£and in Dlowton..
CUU*U w .
* When I *neak of n restricted construction, let
me hot be mi.uudorstood. Ido nut mean, like
the miter, who grudgingly deals out from hi*
Inutl, to stint tho Federal Government, by n
strait-laced svst*in of constraint, in tiie use ol ibo
faculties whiclithe constitution has imparted o it.
I do uot mean to curtail it or it. fair 9™?°^*““*’
aud to uro*cut n mas* of nnbecihty where it was
ntemiod to iufuso into it streugth and energy.—
No. genllcnicn, this is no part of my purpose,—
My olijeet i. to retain the distribution of power,
iu tho exact proportions in which it lias been mado
—to prevent tlio stronger party from taking, by
contribution, whatis not given
to bo construed—to rostraln both tlieF5“ cra l
State Governments within iheirYcsnectivn sphere*
—so that they shall revolve around their common
centre, in coufcutrie circle*, differing in dimen-
-ions, according to their re.pcctivc natures aud
objects, thus avoiding all colli,fen. anil preserving
that harmonium notion' which ii mdisptusable to
tho hanninrs* and prosperity of our country. A*
ou* star'differeth firm ‘hnoflior in .oagmmde,.to
do these political boiiics,—yet) hko tho
is necessary, in it. proper place, to complete tlio
-rent deign with which tlio whole system way
lo.-mod.- Gentlemen, thi* is neithcr.tlio time not
place'for political dUuttion. Bnt in vindicattou
of thoso principle., which you and I profc.s m
ronuuou, I muy ho pormiucd. for a moment, to
inquire whatis the cause which to* ^■“''•’edho
harmouy of ilia Union, and produced »o much
painful anxiety in tho mimls .of eur pcopk.^*
there ooe who hears mo, who 1, - at “ ' |
answer? Is not the assumption o?d,spmod pow ere
bv til* Federal Government coiUes.rdly tha
source from whence so many water* of bitterness
c,; rK the unriifllcd boauiu of tiie ocean, on u
inmi^iir would not be more calm flaneur
connny wonMrrbe. if tho American Congrcs.
had only acted upon tin* one broad principle, on
which tin) Constitution is laid—1 hat, to th* F cd-
eral Goveruuicut belong thoso powers winch reu-
ccrn us ns awholc; to Ac State,, those winch re-
zard us is parts. Iu relation to the f.r.t clan,
there ir a common interest, ami with R* ^
■non feeling, 'l'herc w no Jau f 0 r f , i*“ i ' n ‘ “ iU ..
lision of interest, or excitement of feci mg w
rise from the exercise of these power*. Bn ,
wheu the'Fedoral Govcrrimcrd .mem*)
-o those of the
inintc, pursuit. aWt «-
i-d to one porU«m of
ci»o thoio of the sceouJ cln,
legislate upon.uljccts ore; i
n>y tho great divunty of ch
I thcr canses. a benefit mipni
F RACTIONS No. 333 uud 331. in the ICth j - nsoli „ Ceneni impnii'-" ■ ' ”
District originally lUnw now Newtoe, felt to lie at the
ounty, are for safe. Apply^n _ihat co(lUi»n and that
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
-that collision t"! whS
i mS#- N«W 1 JO", gondemen, wy further