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us. He hall notanesatv. ! th, ir p.,s,r,. vi.ed Ky the Spani.i.
ins iKiioiaiicc 01 tuurviieun nisiorv. w nen Lei .i.:.i . 1 1 ... r. . .1 ... .1 ... ....
HesobitVüs were U tei I. i f t!.,- Käme ten
r, d.cl.-irit.g the fu-itiv.- et o ? .Co nt 1 1 ut i.o,..l
1 ..il. the S ;r"eu.e l'.in! de, tA.. A un.l
...s,, -ee.,c.uman,y e,en.se WJ.en . . I i:.laflf ...d .,r,tl.l...l ...l.i-...: .
sK.i'Mi mri in I rrnu nieeun, Milll te en 1 ' -v niri eine r upuu tue auemni to crao teste I Ms i i'-"- t.iiun n r- -
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f n!ratiori rrr at, r than le f.re.snd tbe rrreat. ! :. '"Z'.S" ' m.i.e.i, e t.. iL lit a'ölabasb Express
ROBERT IT. ilCD30ri, Editor.
V XX "t Ol
May 25. 1S59
One of tie meet rrwirkal't everts in the
LiUrj of thia coo b try, i ll goiu la aod
returning- frcra leak. I it notiru-
Jar ly rerxiirU aide that from the uncertain .vi
de rcc If f"Te thrtn, so man thousand of our
fllow. citizens rushed into the, wild Xfgiou.
of the Kock Mountain Lopio to fiid
wealth ' I prosperity there. Not one f.ot of j jiuleJ by the chair, to report, it an adjourn,
the soil is cultivated by the hacd of civiliaa t..j rueting to be hcl J at 7j s. clock, i M.,
tion no evidence of civiliied life is run J
them nothing to urge them on, but the sordid
At a meeting of citizen, of lie counties of
Greece, Clay and Vijo. who arn ubcriWr
O aid io utaiong the division of the Wi
bash fc I'.ri Cntl U.wftu Terre Haut and
Newberr, held at the Court-House, In Terre
iUute. oo ThurJj. May I'd, l'J, at 3 o
clock, I. XI.
Dayton Topping. F.q , of (Jrrene county,
vat unanimously appoi fated Chairman, aud
Charles Cn.ft, Srcrctarr.
Tl. object of the meeting, a e plaints! by
the chairma, wi to nuke some proper or
lnitttton of tW subscribers consummate a
coutr.ct with the Tr- '.r of the caaal, and
appoint officer to take charge rf it.
After eJiciion of aeveral mode of rgan
iaatioo, il vaa, ou tntlin,
lit titled. That a committee of live ap
desert f jr
Svme, so infatuated by tbe
. a a
account of the roij regiert.
tal-tUir wives ar.d their children, C'Jyrcrl'Corun-.ittf.
propel p!n of organisation.
Whereupon, the chair appointed Mttiri
Wil iam D. üriswold, Clauocey Hose, W. Ü.
Ü-nydtL. J. II. AaUu aod A. T. Lauaing. aaid
everything it.t toovablei, and go. Where
they p is 0. ck?viUely Certain, but tLejr
atar'.ed fr Pike'a iVak. One Lsibdred tLott
und men, atari fjr this isolated pur io the
great chain of nseuotaia which divide the
Last from the West. The 01 this long
trin arrio at the de.tit.c l point ani aa uu
Lhovn, traclekt and aoiuKre forct aurrooda
tlern. For the b-.it huui of civilixed life,
cefnea the rar of the aiortu, the hol of the
wolf and lb cream of th paulbcr. The
fiod na ahelscr from the storm but the rock, no
protection from the burning tun but the
aha low o( the foreU. Krer; ihinjj iadetolate.
Ou motion, thtf tucetinj adjurued to T J u
cUk.l'.M. t'poo rcaatemldio at 7J o'clock, V. AI .,
Mr. (Ji it wold reported to the rueetmjr, fnni the
Time to Work.
In the Ut letter written b Daron Hutuboldi
he reueated hit friendt on "two CuBtinenU,"
to ceae writing tu ao that he might, "rr
j tou:e leitare and Lave time to ork." lie
titd attained the ae of tihiet jeart when h
made iLit requett, to uieu of It arcing everj
Lere. He had ettjoyrd a luanhnod oj eevrbt j
rtart, and aninterrupttd health for tear a
e-ntury. lie lived hro the great Frederick
livt-d wai cotHupoury with Wathington,
Xajtdmn lat and tiovlhe. He had teen uure
uf the world and of luaukinj lhaq an ulhtr
man had rvad more, thought luore and ui
the mot; profound tclndar of the age in wLich
he lired. Wbtu Le deirtd "tirue to wlrk,,,
he had aceoiuplikhed utore than any oilier
Mrtrjman had itod upon the I'rrennees t i
ihonht and dccmded into thd tnoatarcret
recete of Geological ecience. He had worked
itoie aud alrpt trat than any coteruporary .
And after having done all thi, w heu atanding
on ttie brink of the grare, the eld manjutl
trraitliiig into another life, begt for "Utture
to w ork." Wat there ever it aullimer ipectacle?
Wat Luruao nature ever more truly man and did
toa&hod e.er approach ug her untiring deity
"Tin to work" what a reqtu'tt, and how
opposite froaj the ret of the world. "Tirue to
work" thia it the teeret of hia guat jena
Tata a Hatta. May 23, lSoD.
.'.or Kiprttn The coiilreterty between
'II. II. II."atd mytelf haa had uee jrood effect.
if no more; it has turned hit attention to tb
teaching of the Uillt. True. ht nUuitt If
tfigned to con ioce me of the neceatily rf r
uiMi.beririg the admonition id "the I'rachr,"
hat we ahould 'tJ nt righteoua tiver much,
neither make t It elf over wie." I thai:k
him for the rifrnicr, and ill try aud turn it to
jood account, Hot he w ill 7rnit me to re-
cipricate the faVue by commending to ki$ tpe
cial atUi.liou tLe fuither dice of the ante
stgaciout author, in the vTt-c immediately
follow irg hit own ij'iotatt'Ui: "lh-ttt oer
much wicked, neither te thou fool iti If I
cau thua imprenn hit mind at hü hat n.iuo, t
may pr vo id mutual Mtvire to each other;
fr there I no man iilhr to wie or pure but
that le tna learn loth w isdom and virtue
from thia ethtut!rat and instructive toutre.
He call me he MJt'.fy champion c f Sun
day au$tttilit$, Tciuperanre, Maine I-aw, d,c."
fatting-by the rather torry attempt at iiony,
evidently detigned here, at "argumentum ad
komintm' and of no tort of consequence, hp
and ditaipalion by drinking and caroutiog
or when they attetcble in theaters and cir
cusea .and ether places of amulcruent, it i
Mbf recreation," but, plait.ly ai4 tirnj ly, a
dtttciatitn e tht Salbalh. ' Those who become
initiated io these prattle- have already en
tered folly uHin a carter of dissipation, ( an 1
wl.il they may, st ciliient, deal honestly and
has no place in their afTections. The latter)
admonithet ut t "reieember the Sabbath day j
to ketp it holy," bu they Lced tot lh adico-
if ii !i ;. .i : '
w.u. i 'vre id jemous man argumen ;n ti in r n t ,. . i
...... h 10 l, c l' ri,io n " fotlirirg of one of thc.r
imnwr. ii aaia ai r.rii iM( Utte 11 ho ilil
H - - - I - . .
Wi!jfcT0!, May 21.
The i,t sctit midfl.'j u.an who were Jit
ringed from tLv Navy, frr t .t-r: p.rtiei j.ant
fcn-i.ce Urtwcru Ihe Uti.e la ui lictnn
law. This I denitd and poihted cut the lif-
coasradet at lh Nv! Act.irmy. in April Uvt,
L&tc been reinstated to their foprt r poiti . us .
uprightly wiihallmen, ytt they wilt surely j frrecre by howirj tut one waarttttirery
Tersona lea in tht- t'oitut Süte for Y
find, in the end, that, although they may hae j
pnseut pratilicaiion iu their mtrriuK-nt, . jo
cjlarity, and songs, they niiy yet Le forced to
acknowledge that inlrinprraiice ruaktua child
of the !u'it jnau )sud piralyxi s the loftiest
Intellect. ' f.o.k ro. lUou opou llie wiu
when il Is red, hen it giv th its color in the
cop. when it moveth itat-lf aright, .if tkd list
it Htt lie a$tr.tnt, and itinjtth like an adder.'
If. II. c. my argutut utt tu dtfYnaf
of the Sahbnth, mere "mad kmie crotchtli."
Thia is tno let very. liA then the idta i
riot original it hat often betu made to terve
the tame purpose before. The griat fiscal
wrote in defense of Christianity and the Sab
ba'.h iu France, in the Augustan ae, and
when hit powerful rraoninjf made the dry
by way cf Hat re, n.ust r.eccarily haa thur
paaioit vi.d by the freed Oonaul at the
port from they tail, ai d thoe for the Coi.tirert
hy t.y ff Kngland. and wdo may po to In
duo, mu-t have their prporit sited at the
A.ueiKs. b-f-atioo, whatextr may U tl tjr
w.ll permit me to .av that he has shot wide l,onf8 ' "Ul-Jelliy mile, olllirc wrote to
of the mark at it regard my viewa of the
caa-trtiUt previoutl appointed, the fjliow inj the why he atood the intellectual coloitus of
articles of awiMioo, with a recommenda
tion that thry le adepteJ, via:
'Article ol Ataociatww aiopfed by, and at
a ravrtinkT of persons who are subscribers to
There if oo rxcrlK-cce without labor how
well did Darou Humboldt understand thia.
aod how the history of hit life illustrates the
subscription paper, which JtaTe been circula ! fact. Labor it makea the brnly strong and
ted and signed for the purpose of raising j girr food to the brain. Labor it is the
fuudt lo preerve the oavigattou of that por- j avocation of floxl. "And on the veuth day
tion of the Wabah t Krie Canul between ! Ood etj Jed his work whkh he had made ; and
Terre-Haute and N'ewUrry, under a contract
drear and forbidding. The bar Jy ad venturer , j.j, te Hoard of Trustees of said caual; said
is, of course, diacouraged. (loldon dreams rnecliu' beiuj held at Terre JIaute on the l'Jth
vani'h Ufore dred relitis, and stc:i should 0f sjljt
he reU-d ou the seveeith day from all his vork
which he had made." What a sublime spec
tacle a life of intellectual labor. What a
glorious ret will It a ron II uuiloldt h ave i n the
the yellow artL be found in abundance, it j Aancta I. The object of this association j qniecent dreaoi of death, and what a rich
wnl not purchase tke common aeceMities of j, u $t.cure tful mii,lUin the navigation of
l,f-the are not there to be b-.uL-Vt or toll. portivn r.f the W. t K. Canal, lyin: be
ITnder thote circumstances could any thing
beexpeeted but just hat it ror Itkirg place
the return, under the movt distressing cir
cmstarces of the tfreat mass of those, who
but a few w.-eks a . statc 1 fjr I'ike't IVak ! Cse of the name?
twee Terre Haute in Vigo couuty, and New
berry io the county of (Jreene. ami to prevent
the public injury to result from an abandon
ment cf ai 1 canal, aad the otiaequeut dis
It it ai 1 '2',)') are ou their rvtre.it tue are
coming Sick to, destitute an! in a famished'
Aar II. TSit association ah all be govern
ed and managed by $trr Hirrotors, ftr of
condition. As hungry mer always w ill. and MlMa alaall reti.l iu Viv'o county. io
always hire a ri-M to, they Ue proTis,jn, Gft.(.rPf an, onf in C!. sha fthall constitute
y anmu cousmuie
quorum, and hire auttionty and rower to
thecitiet through which they pat! on thir Lct foP inJ bind the attociation. in all thin-s
whereverthey find them, and threaten in thir , loarJ,0f wlom a maj ,rjty hsll
veognceto JeVroy .ill tons an.l burn ' T,.,run)( anJ ,llTC authority an,
That rnsny of those wesVrn cities h ive, by Urganitati'sn.
a systtm of letter writing, and for the most
mercenary motives induced this lirge emigra
tion there can be no doubt, and if tti-y ahould
i.ow tufTir in con.Kcq-ienc, we wo ild not be
nuc!i surprised, nr ahould we rgrd it as
altogether unjust. fy this sytora cf mis
repreentst.iont, thousands and tens of thou
sands of go d men hare l;n ruined. St.
Ixju a snd Leavenworth City have, 'tis true,
re ape I a hirvett, but it ii a harvest that will
result io r.o goI, a.ud nny be attendt.l with
eriojs Consipif iics.
'Iherc rniy be, and wr j poe tin re is,
yt A in the vicinity of Tike's Pea, an 1 if men
rould lite without eiting or having a place to
sleep, r. fottune cou'. l I acc umulated, but
litifortuni'ely for the oinrr, tired nature seeks
ier-' there as well a- here, and tread and
mesit aid water and raimt nt are as necessary
store of happiuess there must be for him, in
another world. Like a burning scintillating
meteor he grew brighter and brighter as he
approached his destination, and will only go
out, when eternity ends.
I'ack through six thousand years, peihaps
this world ha produced no peer in varied in
tellectual attainments to the illustrious frus
sian. He stood the acknowledged giant, in
the most brilliant are the world has ever seen
tho Ajax Telemon in knowledge and in win
dom. When such a man as Ilaron Humboldt
dies the world thould put on mourning it is
meet on such catastrophes to go into lamenta
tion. When the sluggard complaint for w-ant
of rest when the man of tcttve bu life feels
A ST. III. Said Botrd of Directors -hall p ban to work- when we all complain
be elected by the meeting which adopts, these J of labor, Irl a tVmV rf Humboldt, find fur
articles t.f association, and shall hold their vr after work, and be silent,
office during the continuance of the contract.! -relating
to the o jct and purpose of this asso j MicrO-PhotOgTaphy.
ciation.to be ruaJc with the Hoard of Truv j Wetakethe following from the Scientific
tecs of the Wabash Jfc Erie Cmal and ahould i American: "Some Krgloh artitts havs be-
jrtlatinjj to the objects to be subserved by its
proper observance of the Sabbath-day. He
may not have designed it, or if he did, may
have regarded it one of those harmless per
versiona which are sometimes indulged In at
the only mean of escape Irom in indefectible
position. It, dot'blles, retullt from that hab
it of thought into which all assailants of the
Christian ?abbath are apt to fall; that of run
ning into the rxtren.o of opposition to it, and
theu into the error f supposing that ita de
fenders arc as extreme as thermal res. Somt
times this springs from opposition to Chriati
anity in general, and at others from a dincli-
an J ll. other not. Now, t o t kcape the i xpo
sure of hi want of correct kno ledjre cf the
principle in each, he coolly replies that "the
Maioa I.iqior Law arij ?-andy ordimamcr are
both prohibitory in thtir nature." Certainly
they are, and who denied it ? Hut that doee
uot mske a licrnte repnlallon prohibitory,
. ' ' : Cor.'Jl at li e H)rt from which thev sail.
He still mans that we .re to be t:r.rn j N.tur.lired citiienK pv inK ravH1rts
xied, and that he srd others have entered up -: mnl j tü itf Dt-, a" ri n l tUir'natt
on the Ligh ,n,it.i..n of bunging Uul this ral!f llIon f.,t- jj, rilur,jrJ to
happy result, l.ee.u.e, fooolh, "äwiterland j ,u m, tcfetl.tr will, dvscriptlof.s of lh -ir
ftrsoss giür.g to the Spanish West In die.,
lion of our Inder endtnee," and beesus Ven
ice, Modena, (ienoa, were all republics."
Why did he not add Athens Ur ttfwre i
ther? it would l ae strted as well. It xioulJ
f?oriih)rrt- ' F'ac n n l.a !. n .1. r n "
t , i .1 i . ii have been far better thau to say that "the
let all the beauty and elu'iuence of ol . . . '
preserved as amongst the loftiest tributes to
could not save his I hilosophy I . , , , ,
... n .. .. I t on cf Indepi.der Cc w re
pt, while fascal a "thoughts are i ... A x. . .
1 , , ,. . OriAnalutt " Now.mtlii
truth and virtue. I can scarcely hoc for a
fate like Paocafa; and arn not spiteful enough
to vrMi for "H. H. It." and end like that of
He thinks that the "deeds wrought by
Christians, under the sanction, and at the it
stigaliou cf tho church," were the things'
vei.eral le author aud signers of the IKdara
reformer, rather than
lese random references,
he showj want of familiarity with the hUtu
ry of Hjropc, as well as of this ceuttry. In
the firtt place, none of those republics were
like ours, as evtry rrader of hisUry knows;
and iu the second place ct;r fathers were both
orijir,a(yr$ and r'firrnm. That is the way e
undtretand the history cf uur country, ar.d il
nation to have the full idulgence of their pat- St. f ai
tions at all restrained. Whether from the oue chriatiauissimus," was the author. What a
or other of these causes, they are continually j patient aud f nduriog people these revolution
will .tt i.o eafcV task I J Ie'iia.!i t: ilia? ui
hicii-k nieiu me rreucu JUvolutiou.i r,,lliMaktn. AxUi, ,t. aid derive tht
In proof of tkis he refers to the massacre of , o( uikUy iurv ... w ... v L.Uat cor
St. fartholon.e, of which Charles IX.. "rex I I(U nni, ot,.,.r iM,unar.t .-.rinel, ' . r.,.
I --- i - - i i -
ince the romm nceuient i f the present ad
ministration ab;ut I l.fOO passports hauK-tn
ued at the rotate Department, arul they ro
now issued at the late cf fiom foitv to sixtv
Col.Sleptecan l Captains Carr rt-id f-l'::r
have olliu ed leave .f abstree. ilh permia
slon ti visit Kuropr. altangh it ia prob.tbV
that they will observe the warl.ke n-otenu ..t,
in Italy. Thry thithmas pirate ii ouid-
nam, anj n- t by order .f ihi gotrinmei.t
a o. krii oi .(.t rvatiou.
rx.C,oirri.i.ir.rr Uonlin l.aalrn audd.n
ly cuiUd to Missouri on iccount uf ihc mwii
idness of his trotht r.
The War Dej artmei t has rrdrr. d armed ,-.
corts, to t! r trains wuh army aupr I.V. fro.-.
a; -prtl.i r .J, d
any member thereof resign or die or remove '?on e CCI euraieu ,or "e r rT- l e t
, . . I ir.zly minute potographic pictures. M.
away, so :uai nw cannot meet an.l act wun lliej Amadia has recently taken a portrait ol Dick-
P. r. I I.. .1 it.. i t. i i... a .i t
im v. , u . run- ui ii e ii.irn i ai'i'oinwueiiii v no nii-ri iimii a i u s iioiiti,nim a n oilier
am--.-, ti.p Il-cky Mo'inttins, as i.i the valley
of tin Mississippi.
Fu-tu all wc fan loirn. wc(i-ct thero is
vi.Me t'üTej in on the plain at the present
tu. c, than cter heretofore.
SrTI.it is the seis -n fvr boque'.s, ar.d be
fre us .is we write, is one of the richest speci
mens th.'g.ft d a f sir giver a bunch ol
associated hea .tie. And tl?n that wreath of
ribbon, a j cunningly tied to holi all together,
dei, in spite of every e fTirt, force through
aur brav, what some etrr pot Ion ago
-'OU ! a Lat tei-.W tb .u'.ls l.om-alii
Th... i.I'Dt I in re lj ov.
Jli-I wuhia t'.amvstlc rsin
W Utt 4 i l,ti t4, in f
IT The Itoird of Caral Dirtctors appointed
by the ajbsenb'rs, met on fiiday last, and
oeganiied by appoiu'.iug Cbauucey Kos
fresident, and Chu.es Crufi Secretary. The
Hoard appointed K. II. 0b -ru huperi nU ndent
of the catire ditition, and Peyton Ti pping
Collector at Worth ie ijto,, . The cotraU with
the Canal Trmtrcs was dotvd, and the entire
ruamgeruent of the division extending frem
Terrell ite to Worth. ngton fail j laced io
the hands of the Directors.
of the? remaining members of aaid Iloird.
Akt. IV. aii Board of Director shall
elect one of their number f resident, who sJ.iU
be P resident of the Hoard and of the associa
tion, and shall have all the powers which may
be delegated by the Board of Directors. They
shall alo appoint a Secrrtary who shall keep
a record of the proceedings f aaid Itoard aud
perform such other duty as said Doard may
Air. V. The atd Hoard of Directors mar
enter into or authorize a contract with the
Board of Trustees of the Wabash A Krie Ca
nil, for the maintainance of the portion of the
of Westminister liridge and the Houe of
I aruameiit about the size of the eye of a com
mon darning needle. Those pictures, when
niscniif d by a microscope, appear to be as
perfect as ihoe of the largest tiro. J. H. Dan
cer, cf Manchester, England , commenced' ta
king these curiosities of the photographic art
in 1 r50, and several of his productions have
found thir way to this city. We have seen
the Lord'a f raver taken on a speck no larger
than the point of a common pin, and, under a
magnifying glas, it appears as perfect as if
priuted iu öociryeois."
Wc were shown yesterday some of there rc
ists must have been to Lave waited so long af-
attacks of return. ru from f.ke'i
IV-k. Information baviiu- U, ,i ..r.;4..l.r
rope.yttour government Lasto.and ncv. r j ;U. , rc, MjtT fr SUf ,,,,,,. fti ,
had a model amongst all ihe gov, rr.t.:enta that Attorn, v i' . , rai Mack, to day de-cid, d ih
haveexiv.id. It is our u,cn mpliatiC.lly . It . question su.fMi:?. d to him l.v ih.-V, Ii
I has marked out a r.nr j üth for the t.ato ns.j ,,,, tlt n t c chMIi, rf p.,, j. ,y .
i -.. I : t . I. . : t r .1 .... r - I " I " I I I
B"u liltre aJ uolK' -l i l gaii.st tl.e Ku-ian C..,v. r..,re,,t. TI
..s.b u-,.r01.v.,ouos iMuuvigiiirw fo ,.oWcr bereiter, it will te found in the . ,.; f- , f ..
iy, occurred In August, 1572; while ihr kfi ..li, . fc. ..! i i .1 .1 ' ' l l,,l,Ilvln r,f"f-
"dii-ess w ih winch tley purtue the san-s rr ...,.irr ,; . t . , , .
estival of reason," to which I referred iu Laln T1(,VI1!I, . . , ,,,, ' ' 'rr '" r""r I to fur.nth o-.e hundred
P '" i liiy uiUbt 1 reomc A mcric u.2'j, if the . .r,J f t..t v .T ..,rr., 1- n . . ,
y last artfc e, was he d in Novemter, 17l3- ..u.i ' v rt . ., ,f , - 1 ",s 1 P !Wi-t an.l .l.n.m tan.l 1 f
, , , j f.'plc there xpect to enjoy poiitical frirdi-m.; arns.
z Jnd'eV. t: !';;:t;re 7atit, cre;cr7'7 j , s
ralLLif t.ii 9 lfc:lyd,sp.,Md cf. the mtente of a,vh cc -
Cd deau! .t n iUin- tUl lh , t!f ",3 C ' - " .v, t,w ed. 1 h, entire
al n I I a,n?I''hl U''J1 Ire u' thc.ir.t.tnt.ons; involved i, about o.C H. w h ich ,U pr,bA.
frightening thentselres, and trying to frighten
others, with ideas of "Sunday autteritiet"
Connecticut "Blue fatti," the burning of "un
ofTVnding Quaker," aud all that sort of thing.
Let me assure him that ho wholly miscon
ceive! the idea of a Christian Sabbath as i?. is
designed to be observed in this country. It
ha no compulsory "austerities" about it
There is nothing in the practice of its obser
vance, or in the sentiment which cherishes it
as a hallowed day, which requires of any man
that he shall put on the monastic habit or af
flict himself with harsh and mortify ing dis
cipline, or in any other wa. All these things
are left to the individual and he can do jul as
hepleasia about them. The rigid laws whkh
once pre vailtul amongst the Puritans ef New
England; the ghosts of which now in gobliu
form, rise up before him have long since
been swfpt away from American statute
book, never to be revised. They were enact
ed by a race of men who had suffered from the
oppressions of the Old Wot Id, and who were
led into these excesses by yielding too far to
the influences of a European education. As
their minds, however, expanded under the
combined influences of a free government and
religious toleration, and they became Ameri
canited in feeling-, they readily threw off their
old prejudices and aided in the establishment
of those liberal
t hroii fp'- nit 1 1.
....'.Q-r...l.7VVl.r.iiv. l.llC rimilllllllK -1 f ft tS
arere.son.ble and full if toleration. No Ia., 1 1' J'7 '' ' W r a great mislaie if the vJrro,e the can pr Y ' 1 fu-.d f tt- p M (;..,t!l.
n-iru op it Ticiims to pint tt un ! Iorg tteat with defiance the- Amcncan se-.ti P ,;t ' "J " ?a ion i..-..t I , . J 1 r ,:!. v Cn d 1 i
tcr this terrible roas'acre before they avenged
It 1 The slaughter of the Huguenots duiing
the reign of Charte IX., ou St Bartholome
only ttco hundred and tttentpvne yeirt after ! I tor 0,
I am not surprised that, he does not under
stand the distinction between
license, but Confers that I am a goo
1 :. .t ! 1 . .
telUu.th.tthema.saceeofSt.BarthoIooiew; l;- 1 "m ' 1 f"'
"gave nse to" the French Kevolution! fr,,,t Uu tl (x,HCt r!10tc fir;J wc can ' - 5-rect, d f,,.n) , ,
Andheiacp.atlyatfauItinealliChtrle.ljHld iliftbevdo. ' , t' V 11 cd. a m.,s, p,,, .
IV ...I - .1 t .1 j ' , taut branny oh... ripply it, vf uioiilioi. ..f
IA. theauthor of this massacrct-h.story I have no sin-Ic worJ of ur.kir.diicss to rm- war to for, ie p V( ,nt:u M, r ., j
asMgn. to him no such position. He a-eended ,.0J lowrd II. It." or thus. Genn.n. whe.' fare. Mr P.rk,, ,' c rx XtI..r, ,.v
the throne of France -hen but a boy, about 10 ,srte with him, but should prefer to , (,,, ral Cubing, tx Senator Cvinr and Jo;
joarsoM.and was plarod under the regency them with the iJea that I was tleir friend. I . I. Sic art.
W Asiii.to. !av i?
A thorouti nrniriM.jt.fi' .f all the mi l
routes i I ii; iiirt le with
a i-w lo e urt.-.il
1 . t .a as...
01 nis monier, lamanne de Medici, the ambi -I do r.ot dniikt !hir ünetrily when they d. dire
tiou queen of Henry II. It was W bsnd that ! ''by the Cod al-e-vc u." (hat tl.ty will honor,
ijave direction to tlxs? revolting deeiN, tuat ' love and cheri-h An.rica:i lileity, aud, "if
she might remove out of the way the op I reed bc.will stand in the fort most rank to de
pistion of the Gui-es to lie princes of the ' fend it." They, e'oubtless, foil ao.ai.d ate n 'f apsi.-e : tv.ry point uhneitis
b,00', - titb d to be considered, in thia f use. as g HH 1 ct ieable , witho; Mtn-j ,b Irim, nt t. tlo-
But then, there was the "Holy Irq-ii-iti.n"J ,nd patriotic citizen. My '.,w n ivht p-'b'ic. l.de ii, m..,. c.s,s tie s rvio-
n-ith its "rack find fa-ot" ; and "the thou a:id I slate it frankly tl.r't this i tl e tural n alfognh, r di'eo-in,-, 1. In cthrthe
sandsof widows and mothers who were burned ! characteristic . f our tiern.an population. Thry 1 , r t f ,nP- ' I"" .duced fiotn d...lv
at the command of thechurch" ; and Charle ' hive 1 n.tura! b.ve of li rr'v nr.d are alw. v's ' tri w,fkJv. to l.v ti - Actif - on if. s
Tal and Charitable entimint! ."S l t'-" I't of j r. ady to d. fer-d ,t. Hut a small p.ti,.., e.f ' n" 'I' 1 ,!,e po-t ..flier d.p .itn.ent ha t,:h,
' y ' j ' 6j j j wcrd, into the Kibe, by way of baptirir g j tho-e who lave btcorn. it. f. e'e d w i:!. t!"' 'a! ,w 0 '..., ,:h ' "U d ..u annuid .v.t.g
liircrJuatrrThese7 HcVumenVs t,,em" ;""al1 lh" are faradl'11 how wl :.t notions 1 have been combatting, ire Ja'onng ' f a,'"'uS 51'.' .""' Jcius.v- ihe l
need mistake them, unles-s, from rn.rc wanton i
perverneness, Iip chooses tudoto. A d 1-
me say, in ad kindness, to "II. H. It ," and
car.al aforesaid for sucl time and on such
,limj , iini uj-oo, mi j comraci 10 are lines 01 many words, wiioie vert.es, por
be binding as .1 contract of this association, j traits and pictures of many characters. It
Aar. I. Said Board of Directors may ap , seems beyond the reach of science and of ge-
point a Sruperintendant of the canal, included
in any contract to be made wi:h the said
Board of Trustees, according to the terms
thereof, and also collectors of Toll, and aii
irarkable photographs b Dr. Channing; of those whom he represents, that these senti
this city. They are most wondcrfuil. That j mnt cannot and ought net to be outraged
hich seemed a mere point to the tir.assitted 1 witn 'PUni,y- The are an essential part of
eye, whan r laced under the power of the lenses tUoiv Christian teachings which came to u
; from the framers of our institution; and if
there are those amongst us who are determin
ed upon assaulting (hem w hether they I e na
hallowed Rppetite for blood. Now, there j merit in r -aid t the S ild nth, or th.it il.rv r ;r ' 1 ,'. f "! MipjHtt of L.ch n.
a r - ... 1 1
must oe one e-l two eT.j ets in all t!n : cither ' openly r.vw the policy c f aotir g only w Ith ! l"ia i n was ,o .-.
to abow thit th chttre is w-oise than the' the political patty which s! 11 eoni., r i - -
French revolution and ought to have be, n put ! t nth ordiirtc, asa"sttindle " v. ii x ' Cni.si.. May ','J.
down, or that ther are both alikn.ne !....,.' run... -nr.st 1 ..-. ; 1 ! 1 hk ,: convention ,f thefts, of the fe.
as bad as the other. Which horn of the di ; combii.aiions as si a'l
lemma w ill he take ?
I h ve no fears ef th
f, v. 1: r.oi.; x
ic.'il .'.;..! " ci 1
T!l til M will.
r s .cc f 1
niut bow this can be, but the fact is before five or adopted citiz , ns they shnnld not bs
u, and we can only look and wonder.
j ie v!..ve Jutv t.. da w a ait.nhd.
" y ti-nl r f'oiii the l,( o tie f ,1 1.' i.
But the farther he goes, the deeper Mid less thv b. Hut if left ucb- k, d by the f ,rce ' , 1 OU-v:,4i, I T
I ' 1 1 in . ? . 1 . i-r .
A i.c...ra ou was r:id d r."Ui r irg f ..
adroitly he plunges into error, and his pre ' of pubbe -intimen end c.u.d, m. :.:., tl..
texts are so flimsy that he can't conceal il. s'nll go on to disregard the S.,1 b.;h, 1:1 om
ect with a Hern and decided re ' 'l nt occ,:r l" ''i,n a11 lhc iilu be w a. citi,, towns and villg., uh.n- th.y inosth
tiling, tiu (u, (xcessfsto congreja e, iney w 1.1 succeed in so sjj'.ff,,,-.
surprised to tn
ii- . . wrmng Ihese
committed on the peraon of James Uutchiaon,
other ofTicers and agents necessary to enable
them to carry out the objects and intent of
this asociatioti with such Compeni!ion for j
erviee a mav r r.l t.w tl... 1 n.. . 1 -t
M-. i were tr.keu yesvrday before Justice bavre.
Directors. I , . , , , , " ,
-n ti n 1 , . . i Joiin vas acquitted, for want of proof Rgtlost
Ait. MI. The Board of Directors aha ' , .. . r . 1
. him. i de 0LI11 r two wer lo-jinl ctnltv ami
meet semi annually on the notification of the finej Hcu M 4nd Samuel $14,0 in
ires,.,entorany u.ree wemr. at such time ' cludin.? costs, and for failure to resold wi.h
... .. .. . .- " -
anu pace as ne or w may nominate, and ; lh DCeJful lllfV wrra nc n. .
r. 1 1 . ....I
oi;ercr 11 ueemtu necrarj, i.y call of the
i'resident or any 'JCU tfirte mnobera.
lions without Christianity, anil we cannot pre
John. Hcnrv and Samuel Norton . arrested ! wrT Christianity without a Sbh ,th d J -
. 1 1 . r .. . I .IHU UMIlll'll lllie llllll fVirr Ill.Hi nl.Arl.r '
urua hlV" assiuit ana Oillery " . , . V" ; ing Mie necessitr r the rrote,fnt Ch.rr'. i '.d revel ad f,;RII,.,i ft.,:ic c ,1.,
1 1.1 r 11 i'M . n nni'TiT. ir.i. iii.-.nintn. mt.i..... 1 - - i
. . . - - ......Ma.. h 7 txit't. .: .1 .1 is e 1 1
winch lie was referring were ll.o'e prclic. d 1 ' e v,eil of evil. s o produce a v. is' .-!.. .uu
by the Iioman Cath'dic Church? We, in this of vice, immorality ml ctitn". While thei
j Country consider thec very i xcesse as show rT' " the n.i.'st of the ir i i j . tnent-, and jr
' . t , e s
: 1 1 .
w- at, 1 j!,o Jr, ,J s:,
- p, ----- - -
party pr.j i,!,Ce, that lb. 1 1 .
ibel V it nt Io
lTOur Coteaipjrar of the Journal say
that our correction of thr Clay County Demo
erat, iu which we said Mr. Cookerly Lad been lion if election to be held for any pur
Aar. VIII. Subscribers reprceatin one
fourth of the uScnption to the objects of.
this association, may call a meetin of the
association at atsv li e. at auch time an I nlc
aitheymay deem fit, by notiücatim in one H 0t tlrrr
own to sojourn,
with our amiable Sheriff, W.U. Ste-vart.
The 4th of July.
As it i but little more than
ed to the necessity of something more than
"jB.ifH.H.B." employ them aQai,.lt u., ,ro tootlor iinpr,i..i...th.v n.nv n .t tnink s..-. !i "rr ""i I.slml, the J.-d.ci.Ui
ft t . - i . . . . . J . ri .t r.. i, ..I.ILI
- i v lf -lj t t 1 V ' 1 ,
show what? Why, of Cur-e, that w e should lI l ''r K-s ci-rt-nn. Tl
The rot. icti.-u of ihr Ob. rliti men w as di
mere negative and theoretic il sunnort nf ih.m
ti i... j i. , , . have fi4 rAwrra at all ' f,r ili ; il... ...v..,,. law if tr.ni n a v be vi! .t. d nib
.ryinecl ol t: is argument. What have w c. in 1 Vil l'x of ( ioil can n. t . II- w Im h abit ualh . . . ,u ,,,r I'"""
I 'l HIT i-unt . I to I ir I I ...(- .. I .1 .1 r
himi limine in
ever and by whomsoever assnilod.
newtpaper prints ! in each of the eourtie
oarr.eir in this article.
Aar. IX. The suberilers In this asscia-
1 here is no sei.tit.sent more thoroughly xhl Country, to do with St. B trlholotiu-w't ' f : "l -'letiance li.at co-nrran I hic'i nq-.irisj j . ( ' ' '
prevalent amongst all classes of American nrre. o. the Hole Inquisition, or any o' n rV"i"r of th. S d.atb dsv, a -.d -p-r ' ' 1 " c ''' !r tests on fj.e great IN pnb
peeple-with some exceptions, of course- ! tho other enormities of ihe Popes f Komeand ' r",r ,,lC Ii" j-ftl.-.n by those rub s . 1 1 l'c ,.r',,,y- S ' ' ' 4 re "' )ll''r'
ihan that of respect for the Sabi.ath day ' lhc f I"'-" of the Romish Church ? We all '""''fl hieb gra'ify bis psl s only . may 1 (,i,"J,ni' Cha.e. W a le. and otl.( rs.
They do not regard it simply as a dav of rest kl,on' thi massiere was bloody, cruc ' '"cy in the moments ef hi , xhi!irati.,n. th.v 1 rinr'nni,'' Mlrn
from labor, bui as a h-dy dtu -sanctified bv be- -morseless n,t there is no lat -gu.e in hfT no !,'nt (,r f orrstptiou up n him. But'
a month until , inc, f,m,m,.m,,rii;r1i ..f tl... r....r. .i .r .I which we can conrev nur lir.rrvr r il, f ! he dec. ires himself. Kverv strn 1. tbo I t- V7'' UfsJay f t ay I.
four National Independence, I Savior. I do not irdenJ now to enter nnnn it. ' !tlon .'-n that the P.otnish hierarchy hive 1 i'" he distance betw,,n hi.n and the ma- v' 1 XUt 1 ,c rl" f,w,n Niw
that :mc movement should be! dtfetise; my present purpose i, answered by ho r,,nr f their history, perpetrated ! k r cf n thin,, and a ! p. r.it in Li I ' ' i ai v lor s-.perfjr.c.
ar.toryto its proper celcbra-1 iUli,1!r h, existence. But there have come fTfr-T fr,,rp ,n l,:C calcnUr. Hut t'id it eve r . f l'"rkC' '' gibers upon b.s soul tho com ..... , ' b ., ,
.n.nf ... 'mm .!,rrtj,l i rb,. f I.-, bef.ir e c n ter the bead of mortal ni an t n em rl.. . P1' 'on f b ard i.r a rd more detc rm i ned i m . . .' - '''Mr- 3- -''C,
on. ii a i 1 1 .f nurr raie.
j put on foot prep
i St tA4 liw.aa Mvi"W'a - IW'? V' shj mi I J.
UI .11 a a , I 'ÄM1.!- .taaw 1 a
cua-.i wenoinsvea more glorious celel.rstion foTmer$ who, iustead .of fctudying to learn and 1 nrKliro'i ?nst tfie l'rtetet r,,lJ 1,M' conscu nee once stineci i,w pek
jthis seasoti tban iuaJ, from the fact that understand Cur institutions as thev are htvo cA"rr ,n t,i, cnautr, or .gainst the ChrimUn ' lo fet tder voice ai d the world
acas dilateea.'y IG, iustead of 47 times tbeir' tonntd with th butnetof this as.0- i h,le lhe nio"'nf he old world are in acarcely learned to speak our language, bi for.- j Wf ' 1 ,,al nl"c'1 fves its necissily, , C,,Ä,IM f,rrmr ,0dgmet t in his heart-and. ;
f.. it.; . . i -:. . : r. - - . i . ... . ... ittateof war and con Tu thin wiaat rt '.I ...... . e . . . . . . i . ... 'tobe u el aa an ar-n roi t f.r it . I. ...... : . i re nnu nein rail bia ori ri rial trt rl.rr v
Iait l"yeart. is a "taiiarible fJehod.
If we are iuiatken in r numrrsls, will
the e Lts,r have the kindness to give us the
fasti Btiiu'cr !
titled to otif Tfctf, in person or by written
Giddinrism in tho South.
Attlu Vicksbjr Slsve Trade Convection
several dlc;trt u'td thvt all federal ort
cert wh undertook lo i-force the lii
asios lhe irrp.,tuiioii of laiet aluv.ld be
tiurdered. This fact wll do as a comoaniou
proay, for each $'.,n3 subscribed.
Oq motion, the foregin report wt .ccey t
with all mankind ? When shall we Lave a s,tiient by bidding it deriaoce, and demand ' f'rt ,,,al lne f;'Tn' reformer i forjft Sabbath and Sabbath t mployu rnt, be can1
inf, in the name of unlicensed and unrestrain-' y re S','-1""1J a church csei.tially j no,r. 'Wlth ,f'e ''orough nr.concern of a fixed'
el liberty, that tkew shall le rvrmitteJ to JutJ1'11 fromlhcone which they were accus-1 n " fn'lisnrrd proselyte, krrp eual pscef
i spI the above artickce easr.imo.islr adjot I IJ The Sabbath School of the AWv f'V pla with the Sabbath-dav . Thev tike n.i 1 turned to assail in Enre-re, and then fore thev ' l'.v ff 'lo 6 hronghout c very scene of fro-
'..... . - i j . ' ...
froiisions ur.chargt d.
Mrs i nrk sold at $17 and sca'ce.
H.i'A sides s.,!d st c , averaging :ou3oli.c,
Iird n ay be quoted at 1 lal I c.
New York Market.
Nrw Vonk Kav ,M.
Fb.nr heavy and l.s2.c loer. sa!,s ,f
a . . . a a m ... I. I . t a . . a a .t
ei as the artKtss wf ass.Kiatioa of those sub- j ct"p 1. pive a Mrawterr I eslival at the N a- lessen frow the almost universal .juiet which UM 1 r m ÄrrTnnrents her that they did . inaiim ami I ' fio was wont lo Irin,! le C.VKItbla. at T. Cdf, T.'. to 7 3o for supertoex-
scribing to assist in mainiamin the caual. I l'onil lhis evening. Ticket only 25 was prevailing amongst us, 'npo this day l,irro 1'hey should recollect when hey speak Tli r0i frorn ,nc frr,on, f f Irr'S'on w Ith ra .state; 5 htlaf. 7.' for tuiser Wct rn : C, fio,
Oo motion, it was resolved, that the meet Ccnt'-fn had at Parr'a Drug store, and when they came, but insit that they shall be of "the church" an its enormities , that, in , the sensibilhy rf a ; ldtle one, may s o,.n be ' 7 VI f..r earra W.-s'rn;7 30a7 00 fcrex1:a
in proceed u the election of seven Doctors j ,u, Aroold's at the Tost Office. a priviledged clas in our midst, and kep ountry, the spirit of toleration presides 0Tnfl ) irip'j rebellious cf them all ' rltjrul ,loop ()hin
asprovulel io tLe art.cl't of ciation. This it the fi rt Festival of the season . nd Lren their drinkin--saloons, and thrir th... OTfr 0,ir C,,rUl ia,ji'' f'J that there is nt ithc r ! S,,)' th lch ,i? hr.t r.ow barn, d, j Vh, nt is dull and nominal at ie lower
Wbertwpon, the fvdlotring pifajnt
fee (tiiionw i J, i:t thr CleveJanders. He ! u,'ul,,K,i,Jr dsclcd, vil
- . .'I. l aitrr. ni u T oere l l .r u n
JffUkn.g to ii.fa.; U-.e fugm.c Slave law.
. l,s. .ii!..... .Ill . .i. : . t tl .. . . I I. .. i i . ... . . : ... i . .
frc - oui , luchs w ,i. patronize u uoerai-, ters, and have their t-ic nie ettheri and ! f,t ,,nr lHiW Mn,1K ncre w ..n wjucu to torture . ' C1!,r n.f, in Kir io i.utineta, i.e aT stioth-
. ... I r '
i. a mutual patron. ge n those occasions,
by the meml-era of tbe diffrrent churches is
thauncey Kee, Win. I). (iritwoM, Ja. H,
Turner sd John Haoey, of VigT co jnty. j Hth right and proper, and we hope to see a
Jos.p; J. Aatoa tnd W. C. S.oidth, nfj "teral disposition tuanileti-d cn this ocra
A. T. Lar.sir.g, of Clsy county,
tn mv tion .it was
Uttered, Thst ail the subtfript i n li ! be
Corn haa declined laHe.
oilier amusements, to disturb this quiet and lh bo nor 'pi-irial tribunal lo r, gives to ur.balloWed e r; yn.rt tse, d il ,V Vo,v IJt m B;f, Äl T .v,,.; 7;, f,r
outrage the Christian aentimmt of ourpeople ! wtr rf,,n the f"--doral of individual con- 1 Uir"fi hi' 4,Ä.V f( v"' xcursjon , f,i;,. , K if,a,r, f ,f riroe tuJ tf0
And thistle call "re.t and recreation," con-j "nce. up to pleasure ar.d enütrned by all the'
IT The ehanga of timt on tbe T. II. a K.
road enalaes us to jive our readers the im
CuavsI'. 1 Tims Th iiw. jj4' arrival
f the .Vfu'rt fro-n Ir.dianapedis b. ltn
changed, trt take enV.t Uday( s a, (0 ,r,M.
here at J JO p. M. n.stead ef !.Jj as hrrato-
j ...s v..,. .4:. iu.u!u,u.iMi,r.f.t.Whi fr ettenditure for the obct ef tbts r made by which we will fel the Kn ropes n
"',v '-;b b-rr srue f.ve hur. UtK,0 ,riJ lhtl lhr? u i,,.;, ,n oew by Telegraph, and in a fw dsv s eur de
, U Cu,iU, re.pe.ted to iucrs.se the . I suUf rirtion ,
arrt.e by the t,ght cis,,s, ftl 4 Oi in lie ,;... . f7"on!
no Iransft-rrrd 1.1 tbe Directors, and that thry ! Pft,1t iteais of news from ever qasrter, it
te .ithortiexl to c.lbct the sare. as tsey tMiy j "r morning's issue. We have an arrange
jrepested to iucrssise the asid suVcrirtion t r?rhf fi' u'r certslw. Tfen,
. ' I .... .. . .... I . S I S 0 a
ists, 0 as to aecure permanent naviifation of -Wf VU "T ,l th1 fPr hsll be tee iKnj.ie "isn ami lecome a pari ol ut. I,t
tistent with "Nature's first law of nfd,r"!
And, then, if see, who Lsppjti tr erj-i this
quiet as a birth riht, think proper to remon-
ttrste with them in the spirit of kindnoM, and
to beg of them lo respect our American ideas of
the Sabbath, the turn upon ni with a l.ieer,
and tell ms thst they intend to act and tue to
thst iWir sehtimtits shall take the place cf
art, aod that w f;en 1 bei r M. fidrl pb i Ufph v
ahall supplant our religion thry ill "r.'.
A for the book published in 1CI7, under
tiirth and 4atravaga1.ee of b.o'ida y a a
llaeon .lull at IflJ f r bams.
Lard isfrrn at I'Jal2J
Wur it it 7 -We bsve received a btl?- from
th IVat Maaterat Train Creek, erp!aiotpg
thst lhe Ilapres failt to rach Ik at ofiee, fre
qvjently of lite.
We mail the pspert for thst orV.ee rrK-slirlf
every Wcdcssdsy evfcisg od lUrefjre tie
fault lie. r ot with ut. We Loe our Test
Master and oJhett Ihrougb sho-r Uces the
pajera pas t.U tee to it that they reach their
dftUaviuo iu due time. There should be hj
dd.tUeQ in tkit rcC
IT The Fural by lhe Methodist Church
Sabbath Srhoul laU rigbt was a decided tue
erat. I, side pfusluciug a contiderable a
n ouul wf fsiud, it lo pra Justed a contidera
ble amount of fun, and "all wett ti.f rry a. a
loartiv btSl." lh Csw. baud u.ast
u.log lu i O.
the canal and to ffTrcv this object, ,J1 j ond to 1 daily ia the i.ate, f .r intervstand
Kk tuber r. t iKia ii.ivi.i r-t. I I .1 'ftneral Pr,
- - - ' t. 1 iTurr uirTii ii.rif ; "
s-jppnrt.nd asist aoes.
On Uiotinn.lhe tneeti; s 'j.-ree l.
DAYTON TOfflM), Clm'n.
Ciitaist Cai r.
Will not Havo Him nt AH
Tht Democratic ruett nff st Cthtbt, Als ,
Opinions of the Press.
Several editors .re disputing Vrt 'A'etf
ab ut the compirative lenf lh of ti tart of
emn they htve receive 1 Can the tiod oa; ; particular indmdusl., I kiv.w cf nene, ani,
their esrsi Yes. they are rsrinsons In tleir!1 di'1, Wou 1 001 fT h ff-l't
of inion rrpceli the lfjftlity and repnsi j as to ttate Iben. But again, I answer, that
rredlrct that "tnulla 30 uttat lex ijiwe
tarn taci'.a damr.at."
I am aaked, hetl.tr the Itbeity thai "H. .
It," and his friends have hitherto en 11 ed here,
has "given rie t any imru irabty, ry abuser,
any crime, de. I aaser, that, as i; re jards
the reign of Jaaues I ., it gives rn force lo Li? ' "8r ' l!,,v,5, 1 ' tiiXy 1 1f k I times, fo
arguments in opposition to' r Sabbath. Iv . -anr.a.n 01 1.1s la.ntr a pious house, tl : mmm m., aaaaaanai sstati aManaa
theby.heismi.takenin the name. Its thlo i lh rtUoM ct ' b,coa.irg di:omir.j n if 1
wss"Itok of Sport" ;-not "Innocrn! ' l'n(th ,l c" disturb b'-n-a-d. prrC llnillf IVüilUfC MarKfl.
dar Sports." though the latter et:rf.ies ita ' ,,IUh l,,e '"tion widens every ytsr, till,
(-mam riu nr i.j. w aisra.
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H K. Daw
tu.io-.i, introduced t y C t . N .
A'srW. TKa. tstider r eircimttnces w ill
we Swpp. rt Stf pica A. ijjIs for the Frtj
docy. if comioated by the CLarlestoo Con
st r, o n .
rilcfttala the Alabama Dttcocracy (Iraf
a . ... I
ob ect. It was dc-igned by James 1.. to show . ' n'' given vrr to in piely , Le lives without
bit hatred of the ftritar.., ho, from tbe ri j Go'! lr "f'd" .tm.t- luv 4.
eesie jersecutions to w hich they hfl lern ThTl pikr a great Eurnffin cs this sub- . Ir .-I ir tn.k- I....3 iK K I' r a. .
ubject, eracted a mrrt rfgid observance ef J'ft- n'"1 1 c,m','")'1 .y to "II. H i; a, on- ' s.,i 4
theä Ssbbath tr.21 i:?,er nf il,.iUr.l. i " T hey ar. words , f Joouer.ce and truth-! V.mm S 1''L . .'.'.Vf .Uw
- j ,s.r ..'ii .1. rs. y -0 .. " 1.1 m r.. i in.
nation of CI. rUlia. in Kngland. TLe Ho b ttt r spoken than "y tft be found inj '-i.- NOL.s...,
man Cathorics eotterdel lhat after divioe ' in Kit i Jc' ,"fo.k cfSjints," and go , TrL ..r.air
service on Sunday, Innocent amusemert mre directly to the heart. t" ' ' 1 ).NM)s.rlUh..l,u i.'i
, ,,, , , ' einrr.ia. v ..... 1 HKIs.!.t I V 'K H F.S
vh'VtH -e telerated ; and this wa resitted by ( a.-s 1 1 j ACIWIN . ; i;hh aJT. r a....i-i.v irif.i. ss. 4
',.,,. ri . l;.. 11 , I - ' tuiu; r b rti. 10 kv
uri.nt.n. Tie K.ng w a addressed t-pon . A Great Zledicine for Fftntlfl ' iTi-t.. 1W
He subject b some -servant., l.bor.r.. ard , , "CU, nC 0r era11"- f i..d!-,li k.m asP,..ttU 1 io
,..,. M Huodre.is 01 stitnnlantt lave been in ver.ted K r. ku J; r a. "
ec.ian.es. who de.trrJ mre frefdor.s of sc ,1 ...id, Purp.ttieg to te arfie In Hera ,1'-' Ml.l-
tion.andto.bow Li. ecntena f. r the f ,ri- neus d-sea-e and der.uge,Jnta to wLich tht, V;:.. K,V XVC:.:: 5 S
t . 1 . . W I l" I I - 1 it I 4. . aar ' . . - . .
on the 16 h in. v.. ..-I it.. tu ! .'"'"wj. x.ojyisv.of iruery. 1 fie 1 the viol-.ti m of tl e Sabbsth-Jay a wsva Las
eniiiei".nm..Mse ihe f ! I w 1 n . t..,. i.il. r..i a.i a. . ..t:t. . . 1 '
- - ii'VK-i'T iii iiiiik ir'i-re iiiiiiir ni in 1 o J i.i . : ... . ...
e.taMi.W. firm wonlj .Vorn to forfeit their " ' 1 l ,l,rno"'v ae. w fticu contained arfunseM. 1 r love ü.at r
tans he took the iija rf lbj It.,.-ian Catholic a 1 nri,f' "" I Woman rend, r her tut rcl. -t.,.iry
II - .Ii.. . .1 lit...:. . . I r. r'lU ri tflfet Mlfli" Ifl! his n In im. sirM.r.
I J .... .... 1 v. , ..... iiyi p
IT They Lave bad another very destructive
rtrt H sfe-i phi.. Half aU?ftb.t-H. Loss
. aod crimes. 1 hit is tbe case?
. " 1
wen esrnei replatioft by liesitatiee or failiar-1 OJ crimes 1 u
tn pty the prite drawn ajaioat thero Thev ! t$, and much mors surely so wlm rrarv
a.ao ueiie in tayig that by sendirg $ls), $i
or f?J. to WaoJ. Eddy, and Co , ttilrr.ir.gtco,
Del , rr Afuta,Oa . yr-r wjl ttan i a rhar.ee
of receiving in retora the whale, half mr qa.r
ter cf tbtrr rcsniScert prut of $i0,0j0.
IT A lar,r.e party of the oyeg pentleuen of
the city started on a fithicg tacuraiou to. tie
fetder dam, yttterday. Tber carried witK
Jtl-.ra lis Btmir creaiurt coaLtts.
I can well
tirrea on .uo lay "ar.rr ere. n. terviev' were
allowable, and commanded that tone should
Of prifi,t ite-t from thetr etsmvmetit. That
all there was .bout it. It was litn
wotk of James I., and when be died, the be-ok
diei will him. It is only renembtrvd by
these who b.ve preserved it at giving- license
19 violate tht present M timent of Ike
Christian w r ! A In trlai..s .k. c.t.
. gather Ugetler in the fields or it, lh. fveajbatb. will, lb. bock cf u3k..- wUch
oml,.d.y totrry.tLvWtcs by rtrcilieJih, ae Kit , cauid tr be tran.l.ted.
eesj-.apire together to violate it.
'.aagire how a man can walk ilroad upon lis '
Satbatb dsy and tojoy the beauties of Na
lure listen to the .orgs of tht chorister, of
the forest, and drink Iti inspiration fron tleir
notes. All this is natural ecough it is "re
creation. Hit Ln Urjt erivdi cf men
S...S II I. .
, '- S, .1 IVt.l,
ptrt mornertary act.titv tili. nervous sys i ".V.". V,;'
i.f. . I f .1.. i . , '.v t , : lJr?nfs Sft. eatt l.'V4
itm it vigor la iKe musclrt; but thisi Ja. r .. -ff;AK
. 1 . . - . . . - -1 - - - - - -
rinti nas vrrn aucr-r e.Je-l I. a Ieir, 10 andi' H r.l.K K I KS. ... I .1 CrowrT t....
el at empttol inva.ii to Huld therne ve ! a-iau .,. . .
mat It j ,,p t.f these false remedies, Lav finally endfel j Mar tare! T. l.ls. if-,' ;-.,.X':.V.V
iply the M" destroying wl.st little- Vital orgar.ixation N-. i.tit. Ti llmotht do ....
wasleft. Hut in :sm -Boerhave'a Holland . . rr-t.,i- if T M-OW ft
ft . -mm . I
nuters ycr.i w,n tLj t o ayf), Jis.stroua re
mit., hit a purely vereiable compoun I
prep.red on strictly s-cientifie principlea. after
the manner of lie celebrated lloerhav. Ucder
it. inrtjcnce errr orrre and muscle rcceit
tew strength and vigor, appetite and sleep
r'iuru, auu, iioaiiy, periec, te.itn.
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