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From lb Dayton Ohio, Herald.
on, epring will breath her ehanns abroad
O'tr fields and woods again,
Aad ahow tht enliv 'ning power of God,
Within her flaw'ry train.
ah day U hastening on. to brtn
The riehwt gifts of earthy
Aad fragrance o'er the !ad ta fling,
And swell our hearts with mirth.
The fo&ther'd race will saci appear,
To einff their tone of love.
A&d icon the ature sky now drear,
B elo&r and blue above.
They're at the fountain heap of a!! the newt
Unworthy of repeating i and know well
Tie latest cut for eoeta, ud whether ekaot
Or boov. are moat pc&teol: can ala tli
Whera'e to-nighfu party, who wflj be the iaJlo
During tho evenme; ulk cf their hie rant.
Rids 'trotting horses,' smoke, and 'cut a e well,'
a a ae
Ana woeojy sweer oen w:no too much they've
Nought Mteei.lt tfy&gAiin a banh.
Saw beautiful U Night! .
A dewy freshness !Ja the eilent air j
No miet obeeures, no little cloud.
Breakt the whole eerene of heavea:
in fnU.orb'd g'.cry tho majoitie moon
Rolls thro' the dark blue depths.
Eer.ee th her steady ray
; Tj i desert circle spreads,
Liki.tko round ocean, girdled with the sly,
Howbseutiftil j, Ujgj,t!
Sammy Darby's Courtship. Good
afternoon Squire Joiies."
.Good-afternoon, friend Darby, come
Walk IlL" "Wcll.Shlllre. hnor i t,..r.
Jpvely dtrtar, Sad, to-day, and the rest
vi uic family ,
uVVhy,they'cr all up anil abuot. par
ticularly Sal; she is very hearty; hash
good appetite, and eats a right smart
chance; M,d the way she smokes her
pipe is the ngU way, aruj sing Lord
man, shs lings like a u-rfingale. '-Oh
she is a burster!"
"Well, Squire, I'm glad to new g0
much in praise of Sal, fori love her
mightily and mean to court her, too."
"Whj lhat's plain honest and clever
ill go arid call Sal."
Sure enough he did, and the soon
made her (trJggapnce.
, ."How arejQU Sal," says I."
, 'Oh, sorter middling. How do you
feet, Mr.; bvr
, "Why, 8ai; I aint well-I'm love
wOh, busyoudon'ttay eo-wcll,do
tell me who she is?"
With that I sorter sidfed up to S.i
ana oai sne icinaicr ciea en.
.,&ays j,"HaL dQ t be so darnatfbn
i "ith fat, you aon't say."
"Ycp i do, and I'm in a8 hard earn
est aever rhy old dog Lion was at a
That pleased her rnightlvand she
kinder tossed her head and looked as
proud as some of your tosh cab do
"Jj 5- ii wan room,
kajs I, "Sal,wjll yfm h,m mc?"
i reckon as how I willyou don't
wicn mis child refusing to do that thine
when she has so good u chance.'1
So off we went to the parsons's, and
baland lgot married, nnd now we
live as kinder happily together as can
. jr somcumes siic bawls out to me.
.Mr. iarby, don't be a spittina
r.' e ir,c nre nogs, and
sticking your feet on thc fender. May
I V burnt if J can keep any thing de
ccut fat you plague take all tobacco
enc 7er, J ay, that are as nasty as you
arc always about it."
Z V7 8hc raP8 'oeswith
The tbngs, when she secj my feet on
we lender it no ways common, I tell
you however, 1 Hve as happily as I
can expect with a woman-that's the
APOTHEGMS OF DIOGENES.
I. He called a bad singer, Mr. Cbck;
being asked the reason, he raid "His
notcg are the signal for a general ris-1
&A hypderjticid. scoandrel in Ath
ens inscribed over his door, "Letiiojh
g evil enter here." Diogenes wrote
tinder it, "By what door docs the own
Seeing a wicked boy throwing
lweH thc Sallows, he observed,
Slf,,,.iWit boy! you will hit that
maii at last.'' . - '
4. Being asked what was the best
lioorfordione, he feplicd, "For thc
fn,wfccn hcy please; and thc roor,
when they can."
PINlf W 8 ID) IP 1L AH
5. When told that his countrymen,
thc Sinopiansy had sentenced him to
banishment, he replied; 'I have con
demued them to a worse punishment
lo stay at home."
. C. Secinr a scoldin? wife who had
, v c
nanged hervclfon an clive tr?, he ex-
ciaimea, -u mat an irecs wouia Dear
7. Being asked by a student of na
tural history, what was the worst beast,
he replied. "Of the wild, a slanderer:
of the tamCj a flatterer."
S. Secinp the son etC n rnnrffann
'throwing stones at a crowd, he called
out, i ane care, Doy, icsi you mt your
9. Hearing a handsome youth speak
foolishly, he exclaimed, " What a ihame
to see a leaden sword drattn from an
Street Colloquy. Nobody neb
ber did see sicti rimes afore. De bo
batation causij hah made bof niggers
and whitefolks all equal now, You
vote de wig ticket, massa?"
"I vote the whig: tcs, you black
rascal; what do you ask lhat for!"
wO cas. Gorri- Massa nn fanrp.
Mo art ol de ud3er nigger? vote de wig
iu.&cl ioo. mossa xappan, oiaeoo
balitton people aau nieffers in York an
Ol about, vote wig ticket ajl equal
now, ce: nesnei never did- see sich
tfrries afore." Whip and Spur.
A, young gentleman happening to
sit at church in a pew adjoining one in
which sat a voun ladv for whom he
conceived a most sudden and violent
passion, was desirous of entering into a
V? A I. m t 1 ll I
vuuiLhmn on in! snot: mit uir ni;u f not
. i i " i
ency oi tne case suggested tne jonow
lV ( .. f i
He politely handed his fair ncichbor
a Dioie open, wun a pin.scucK in inc
following text. second epistle of Johnj
verse fifth "And now I beiceth thee,
ladv. not (hont'h I wrote a new mm.
mandment unto thee, but that which I
had from the begining. that we love
She returned it. nointin.c tn the- fol.
lowing, second chapter of Riith, tcri,th
verse: "Then she fell on her hire.
and bowed herself to the ground, and
aid unto him, why have I found favor
in t)An f-fQ thaf (Km, clAnl)ot t.L
knowledge of rno, 'HitgrlTnxrnrtirtn
rcr!" He returned the book, pointing to
the 12 verse of the second epistle of
John. ' "Iiavine manv things to write
untoou, I would not write with paper
anajnK; oui i trust 10 come unto you
anyspeaic tace to lace."
Vom the above interview the mar-
ge took place thn ensuing week.
Books often afford a rest and n untnrn
to the mind which aleen Tails tn nmrlnr-f
and it is better eometimes toconsult them
tnan the pillow.
from the repeated decisions of the
whole people in opposition to a Nutiohe
Bank, and their current n.vneripne.a in w
lathn to the State bank dcprfnite nvstem.
Mr. Van Burcn nw i n tr
conclusion?, as itidiciilinir tho true policy
. . .. : w .w.v... ...p
v. i cuuniry: 1 nat uio ucneral Govern
'tent should inanuM its oirn Annum ,
agents responsible lo ttsclf: That the pub.
Kqft.oneys should be sacredly kept foi
publtc use: And that upon every consid
eration of light and sound public policy,
uanKinvmtiuunons should be managed,
directed and controlled by the States, the
power which cieates them, and to which
they are alone responsible. The present
Administration acknowledges no claim on
tne part ot banks to a connection with, or
control over, tne constituted nuthorrtics
n3 docs it reC0rnis an froner. n entnat
lion with, or control over the hnnking in-
biiiuiious, oy tne oenerni Uovernment.
It maitttuins that thn tin
institutions, carried on for the exclusive
prom pj,uiQijj cngagea in mem emnna
tintr from the States, nnd mihiort to thnii
dole juriediction ; and that they merit ne
.1.. u....:k... .. . u : ! i r '
iiicj inv ijuoniiijf u ur i no rucciui invor o
tba General Government, anv mnrn than
do the farrrlQfrp, tbemechanici:, or the day
laborers of the country; that each and all
shall equally enjoy the bcnificent pro
tection of the laws.
Upon this platform stand the Democra
cy of the Union! From it theycanngt be
j. . ' .i r. i t : .
auven, w luoy isei conscious oi suftain
a. f t.k jt- ? . ...
mg ine -ngni, tne jusr, una tne true, in
legislation" and Government. The cause
of the Democracy is an open handed
cauee; its foundations are laid in honesty
and truth. Democracy respects the in
telligence, ood cheerfully relies upon the
miegriiY oi in mass x tne people, j!
has nothing to conceal: it wishes to mn.
ce nothing. The Democratic party, js
the only party which doe or can repre
sent or embody the true spirit of our in
stitutions. It looks for supiwt onlv an
the result of a full investigation and ' fair
understanding of its principles and mess.
Onondaga Y.) Standard,
hnvA iiiot received.
X C J - - - - 7
nnrl o -a . t L' r 1- - I
s u'iyr uurriuii lor ic u lorcc
oiock oi oinpie ana rancy uoods, ;onfisi
ittf of Drv GoekIb. Rpndv-ma'flft f:lnili!nrr.
IIardwnre,.Cutlerv, etc. etc. i'lie l-idipr
ano Rpnuen.en ol Liberty and its vicinitv
arn imnea to can and examine lor tneni
vnTJtvnnn x. tt Anr tt
March 16 4-5it
rt a1 i k
Attorney and Counccllor at
TlTtTILL practice in the several court?
yv oi Amite, and tne adjacent coun
ties, umce in ibe lower apart
ncrt of the jail, occupied bv the Sheriff.
it lO ' ,4. 1
is. w. llolloway
ESPECTFULLY informs the ladies
I IT i .i ..ri:i,... r,,l tU
m.w u bcuhciucu iiucr iv
community at large, that be has
1 himself In the town of Liberty, to
,."uc,1 1 . i'cui',a " "r"-
aible. he is well ore on red to uerfurm anv
Operations On the teeth.
operations cn the teeth
ScalintFcf the Teeth. 5 00
Plugging do with gold, from 3 to 5 01
inserting Torcelenn Teeth, 10 to 15 03
Mvfrki'tinir tnplh. nr rnntn nf tpplh. 1 Ofi
N. B. The operator flatters hiroseli hat
he can give ample satfofnetion.
Hi maf nt all times be found in liix
r..n:, at M'DowcII's cJd stand, oral the
Oct. 2?.. 3(J-tf.
lliivU Lnhuit &, Co.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRY GOOD
io. Ji. tnnrtress street, next uuor
- Custom Iliuse street,
Feb 24,1838 3-tf
WaJton & ICeifiii).
Wholesale and Retail
Corner of Custom-llouse
Keep constantly oh hnnd a general as
ortment ot UttUCISKIJSS, ow:.
June 23. 20-tf
Reeivin, Forwarding, Pro
ll n .. il tf1. .... ... . Z . ...
f.IUU OARA, tn.-
Kept, ta, mas. 30-tf.
MitclieU & Stockman,
DRY GOOD AND IIARDWARI
Commerce Street, fronting Cotton Squire
Stockman & Cafsoit:
WHOLESALE &. BETAIL GROCERS,
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
Corner of Commerce and Franklin streets,
directly facing Cotton Sauarc. Natcher
They have a commodious yard and slier:
ior ins reception and storage of Cotton
IT .1 lArnst r
rno. iu. im.im l-tl
No. 25, Cnmp street,
Will pive prompt attention
to me rcceipi cr
Mr. S. TitxoTuos,
NeawooD & Bramblkt,
- " -w w
Painter and Glazier,
l-Al'EK HANGER, GILDER,
AND IMITATOR OF
&c. &c. &r.
flas permanentlv located hi
L- x' . ' " "
N. H All ordflr.in
, w " wuuu y pun
viuaiij oitcuueu to.
Wov. 10. 3S-3.H.
TN (he town of Lihertri will ha
N the town of Liberty will be opened
- on Mondav the 25th of rhmni-v iftio
under tho superinrendence of JOHN'
CAULF1ELD. Tha m,!0. w;it ,mk JJ
the Latin. Greek, nnd English
with an extensive circle of Science. The
loiiff experience ol tne nrcrenior nni k:..l o
'"v" j iuinise nign ad-
IWc w (BroodsJ
TTTTA VV. Jiiat rweivad and ooaned n
Ifil. largo supply of Merchandize, ooa -
C.n Jirnpo 7imffiV
n a n raw a ?
i aw. aa ev ar mm im mm. m
y v; .
tides of Hoes, Axes, Traco Chains, Hnmes
vite their friends and customer! ta calllx-se' . A
rptlK undersigned is very thanklui for
pnst favors extenued to him m liber-
ally by his customers his friends his
EEAI j.en08 ana lM community trner -
real friends and the community goer-
aiVt for whose accommodation no efforts
on nj3 part wj bc jeft untriej; how
HQ would intorm tnm that he has late-
I iv mnx.,! rwn v.i, . i. . .j
Iirv nnprnl manrlmiiiil r,f sT3Antia
selected wuh tauch care, which he offer
or! the most reasonable terras; consisting
in part of the following:
LSritish, Wrench, wr.raKanop3lQaTlLLOTS0S
titrv And jimnntrAiv
D R Y $,9 0 D S:
,. S .
plain & figured Dress
Silks: Dlnin and figured
. i - --r
Bonnet Silks and Sattins: lieu
rnd and nlnin Rorolmvinna Lliiclr
nnd other Crane: linnon &, cotton Ta.
ble Cloths: Indira kid nnd silk filnvp' crcn
tlemcns' Gloves of everv kind: French.
British and American Prints: Merino nnd
Silk Shawls nnd Handkerchiefs: ladies'
i..: j T.j,.-.i.:.r:. , -I,
v.niiuiiu unu until iiaiiuHcn;uieis: l.iuj,
onm Jiiraincu n uu Dinar m is ins f wnii
a...... l i .. . , . . .
t. i' .j -,, : .. . .: ' . .
w l Vi r T ,! , m V "le0i
black Tule for Veils; thread Edging, a
I nmwi'iHu oriui iiiirill j J1H.UUCI HHU Q1S8
ll.ndmn Ar......lr.. . . T . . I 3 I
Insei tines and EoVinzs: Worsted. Lamb's
i i i i . .
wooi ona coioroa cotton nnd silk lloee
and llall-hose; Ribands, a large &.
nnoeme assortment: Irish
Linnena; Artificials of all
sorts ;fine lace Capes
and Collars ;at
Onllnra ... ,
i t. i
a large assortment of Domestics, Unibrel-
1 m. . m m
las, ou;. ccc. o:c
r J. asr i
ICeattU JfladC VlOthin PA
and Frock Coals of
everv miahtr: Vesls:Pantn
loons, a lured as- anrrmpnt Km-'
Clonlhing mudo in the latest fashion:
a farce and h.mdaomn asiinrttrmnt r,T
Stocks and Cravats : SDittlefielJ. Bandun
na, i-larj and Pongee Pocket HnnMar,
cnieis. various colors and nattpnu. in
nen uosoms isi dollars jlinuen oi cotton
n . ,. .. r :
oniris ; Dinck Oi drnb Ilewver Hats:
i.u rii,Bi.ilui;i IlilQ llir CU1V
3000 pair Boots &. Shoes
consisting of ladies'
nnd misses Kid,
mens' fine and water-proof Boots. Shws.
urcenns ann rutnos: bovs' and ch i-
d.-en' Bxits, Shoe?, Brognns nnd Pumps;
negro onoes, ate.
j-v e r .
CjrrOCClS fi4 JLAQtlOrS,
Splits, Wine?. CoffVe.
?ea, Sugar, Tobacco,
consist! nr in nart nf
Sondes and Shovels. Hobs
Rifles arid Pistols, American Hunting'
Powder Flasks. Knives and Porks.
una ianceis. i-ocuet Knu .o
uriniecits, miter Chiins,
vvaffl Irons, Shovels and Tones.
.caeuie?. , iOCKS Ot all lort
Consisting of Saws. Chit.oi.
Ooiiires. Aca '
Drawing Knives, etc. etc,
. RUcm a
o"" : UJ
r . a
13 BB .
v a. u.
o lover oo
j Soda Powders,
l Salt Petri)
'I Cream Tartar.
Tin..,A- n..rr. -: . i
Soaps of different sorts, etc etc.
paPer5 "S"5 SH iUib m,
Quill?, Sand, iVaffcrs,
3aad Paper, etc. etc.
The above goods such part as convmi
l ine above coods such oart tu convrmi
encrwill allow, can be examined bv cus
tomflw, one door from the eorner of Broac
and Waijhington Ftreets, at tse old stand
I u,n.. r i ...... .
I Vinlnirnuitn roJu f. (,.'. ..o.nt.'nn
They were laid in on the most favorable
terras, which enables the subscriber to
dixpose of them on accommodating terms
rguiLi unaerpignnd, tor tne purpose ol
I X J.i-ni,.in r u...i i... j.
i ruifumuv ma inuri i v ii iik . iirix iiiiififl.
' e J ?
an iuo uviwjarj oi THiiifciiicuip, una em
ployed an experienced Baker; and will, in
luture. punniv m wno mnv invnrhim irn
their custom." with the "Staff r I.ir.' l
the form of Loves, Bunn, Rusks, Biscuits,
Crackers. Cakes! fcc. &,c-which will he
keot on hand for customers at tho Grocery
of Whitney and Anderson, or be sent to
IlJ 72 Tl.VZZ. Vf, u'
"; "aJ sumuiiy, in cuner town
i r1,. t . ,.
I """"J v.uuiiiiy tiurc-aecuers win jib
i:. n, t . ; . .1
PP"w uracacrs ov tne. oarreitn
liberal patronage is expected and Solicit
M M. WWITWPV
Nov: 17. asutf.
M I I aT, a jvh
,F evefy.dewript,ion will be attended
iu uy me unaersignea; be will at
tend to Calls from thnK urlm tnav
call on him, at their plantations or mills:
a ne aaaressca to mm to Silver Creek
P. O., will be attended to. or he can he
s6en whcn Mot bsenton business, at hi.
residence, near that place, where he car
! . I. l i
nes un iiw aoovo Dusinass.
Julr 7i- . wr
, . I . w II
8TATE 8TRJEET, NATCHEZ.
Tl. .Jf '
J St A TO
fTpHERE is an impression abroad, tt ap
, 111. DOarS. that mv hmiRn ia tint in onn
r . . w . ...
dmon to entertanl customers. Probablv
the toes of apart of my house by the late
fire, has caused this mitlr t ...
considerable; but I can still accommodate
as many as any public bouse in tho city.
Gentlemen travelling with their fm;i;.
will find f good rooms ia t retired part of
Wstchez, Jan. 5, 1838l.tf
TtlTAVE just received and opened at
In! j in
eir Grocerv.in this dure. T .in m'
... wrocpnes, LionfectionaneB,
c consisting in part of the
me articles i
Grocpries, ConfectionarieB, Fruits
:., cons:stincr in oart nf thn fnitnn.
, ' o i IVIIVI''
ng articles i
i 'ran fees
CHINA Ac CRnCt?r.T?V wiTar
Ail of which they will sell on tha mot
IsL &nd opened, and aro now ofbrmff to
" lluu"l a Il5WtrTUppiy Of
At their old and well fennv.i ckiioW
- . - . . MMltU4(B1,
nvinu next dbor tn thn T lU.i,.
Wher customers caa bo supplied on as
rftttsonable terms osnt any similar eistaW
lishment in the place.
M. M. WHITNEY,
March 19. h.tt
,Pa!)llc Houses. it i:
- i ii ii i i i r-mt-mm-
rfrilllS old and well known stadd' C
11 tnnrlv Iran k If- tin.!.. . I"1
v "T wj "uiicev, hai
been re-purchased bv him unH T aj.
son, in future it will be kept by them. un.
i mo wibmiuu ui ma mrmer, wno will
devote his undivided attention tn if
deririg ii ir all respects, what it should be!
-""..w z,1:'' y- juis
penence in a public line is well I
it enables him to say without fear of d
appoiniraeni, to an, you win ce as comfar
tably entertained in the Liberty Hntoi..'
you can be any where. Horses wjil b
carefully attend to. We have com-idi,
gu stables where we can sMnmmj.,.
droves and others who may call, with evo.
ry toing in mat iintspicnty ol provender.
As for our table, beds shd nth or u: '
appertaining to the Hotel, we say they
are good, but do not take our word for it
come and try and judge for yourrolves. '
And then, our LIQUORS too, try and you'U
Their better you've not met with any win
We have CIDER, delicious CIDER, here, '
Rich to the taste, and es the amber, clear;
WINE too we have, of all tho hotter s-rt,
MADEIRA, CLARET. TENERIFFem,
We've high proof SPIRITS, GiN and BRAN
And WHISKEY, old MONONGAHELA tni
Of thcee men neeJ not speak, for we defy them
T tell how good they are before they try
The undersigned have ji!sr I-.ielir
chased the stand known ns M'TV.wn!!'.
Tavern, in adding tiiis npacious house;
yard, stable &c, to their other accora
modations, they can say their means n.ro
more ample than any before ever could
boast of, in Liberty, for the reception oi
customers and the public, owing to this
arrangement, they are able also to ac
commodate many boarders, in addition tn
the number they are now accommodating.
They say to the public, we solicit your
m. m. whitney;
j. c. anderson.
Fob. 10, 18361-tf
TI A VINC purchased tho old stand, cu
"- the lower road, leading from Liberty
w nuicnei, suuaie on sandy Ureck, and
ftfiown as Keliogg'g old stand, I intend to
keep a House of
and solicit a share of public patronage;!
will use etery exertion to give satisfaction
to all who may call on me.
H. D. YARBOROUGH.
Sandy Creek, Jan. 19. 47-3t.
nnHIS establishment is now opened
r ine accommodation of the
Public. Under the snnrtpinfonvfonrn
of the undersigned. Th linnso lino
been completely and handsomely fur.
nished, and every effort has been made
to render the accomodations agreeable
and .satisfactory to travellers,0 visitors
der the cbareo of an atfenlivn ncflii
And every facility for the satisfactory
management oi tins department is pro
Thc table will be uniformly f.imtch.
ed with the best supplies of the mark
ets nnd no nains snared m-,T.-r. in
bar perfectly acceptable. Ralls, and
parties of treasure
J J w wmvwa VUtUWU
on the sQortest notice.
The establishment has been purcha
sed and is entirely under th rtn
the present proprietor, whose best ex
ertions are tendered to build up the
Credit of the house, and mate, ir in ev.
err respect, worthy tho patronage of a
"" na generous community.
. . A. !STOAE.
Jackson, July 14, 1838, 2S-tfV
"Jo Ciircl JYo Pay."
"THE undersigned would most respect
fully make known to his friends, and
the public generally, that he will in future
give his attention to tho
i arryiiiir iiusiiiess.
In all its different naflt tin hna mni?a
wangements to take ih horses of all sorts,
and cure them of nil diseases, except the
Glanders. If ha An-
he will mate tio charge except for tho
keftnini. whirh will Kc ronEnnnhlrrMU.
I 9 ' '"-'. ' v. -
rlcnc nf TiVltrnw: wpar Z. Len1!. All
calls at a distance attended lo by
, , JOSI AH FOSTER.
N. B. Horses teeth, no matter how old
will hm maAn lwik f!k v-nnn- Tha
best judges cannot tell tha ditT'-rcnce.