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jrtte nnJ) •^Vfrncvtipcv
PS pr,M sttF.r \VTKKI.V BY
,1*N'
XHUftSTON & TIZZAR&
TL» U4N«TO!«T«»W* T***1*.
-T -"K W S
f-nOot.l.*Hs niirfjin rUar.:-.—
t'lMV within «i)i monltn
Tj«1 fy* mt «tl thr eviration *l lh« year.
i|n':-~ *ki'l di.eonti im»d Mill 11 all »r
li—»»thall have Seen tmid. utile** sil the optien
no «u Wription tSillbfc received
__ a_ ikail mnnltli A 1! Inhi
CKNTS
A
will BE^HARPTD. A
l^r.1 oi.count will be upon Yearly adfel"
IW.*'iiu.t b* paid o» comiuonirationssent
liBRKT HOUSE,
and Third streets, Burlingt•»,
i C. FUETCH&K, PROMUETI IU
f|JS
Hou«,
recently oj»ened is or.e of the
largest aul most comniodions in the West
upwntrv. has all the conveniences of the
Mt brteis in the and i« fitted and far
Xiin tlw neatest and most substantial man-
Jle proprietor has had much experience
is Ac keepi'iS of public houses, which, taken in
^yinn with the facilities afforded in Bur
jghnfof furn^hine his ft^le. j'istifies him in
the character of his lious« shall
Tuitors ^910 the South and elsewhere, with
I (itbont families, can at all times be accom
gifcted vrith pleasant and airy moms, and on
«rtlMe t"mf.
FMAIM will also be taken as pertttlneiit boar-
so, .184$.
NEW MOSS.
E S A I V A S
Inter r«0M EASTERK JoBBtas, xr
J. S. Mimbtill fc Co's.
ff*Aich Ihty inritt the atlf iition of the community.
J0|| HF
rtfj^'DER^ hi? professional services to th»
I'Helens of Bnrlington and its vicinity.
{fOfBfe on Jetfcrson Street, in the BARRETT
t^ic. Residence on 4th- street, next door
*tc J. R. aerwfathei.
K.9 '4-'-r'y
g. St IlHAMItl,
toftttfirpr of Vinrgftr and Dealer ts
O E I E S V
Corner of Main and Columbia Streetjj
3S u v 1 n n o n, 5 o to a.
TJJr. S. manufactures a most superior ar
/'HrVinf»ar. as all who have u?ed it Cdn'at
w.will furnish it to merchants ahd gt'Ocers
i1#* sitae prices they will have to pay in St.
'm Conntry deslrrs are invited to give him
si before sending below fojr their supply,
ft IK '45 ,/ .... „f
E. BBAOe,
'dr in Iron, Sferl, Kails, S/twBj Tat
P/ff/ev, and Jewelfs Patent Plough
«ttR!0r iriieifeT, buslWGTO.V, IOWA,
fjftt '4* -JOHN G. FOOTE, Agent.
Pr. A. F. Itruainf, Xu"14
OBJflAI, Sl:Ki Efl.\. A.VD DEVTlST)
VWf wAsw-iarp.'" wEf, t.. ...
,BliKLlfgTOX IOvv^.i
ifnl2fi, 1M5.
»r.OOOIBAUCH. U.S. T»KVt»R.
w. r. ooija.tiTGii & c©
.tVvrvtrsoN SrntF.T,
U I A O N 0
t» W1rv Good?, Groceries, ftafS.'Caps
h*t« »trf Hardware. Qieenw»re,
Wholesale and K»tark„
J. «. MI MAX.
*l#l E s A r. AND I: I I. F. A I. F. I N
DRY GOODS. GKOCKRK-S.-' ..
H'tnhmn, Dtkis, iskott#'
tot*, Caps, Sfc., &C. as .•
STKEtT,
:.int s.t«»l|r
FRONT
T-
K Marshall,
ATTORNEY AT T~1Wt
'Wi H0TAET UBLIC
mi A
A xn .itii'\K,
®^lftdtr»nd :\l«nul» turcr. Bii
Vina ton. i.ma.
i: •, O- S. X. PECK,.,
"ATTORNEY J3T LAW,
i 'fVmT MAotao*r,: IOWA.
)|9A cqjP. X. I.. PARSON^
i"OPP lb PAIISOIV8,
SF.ALEaS IN
t»«l iirnvrnl 'I rft I »l,|
Jtrt KRso.N }jTRKKtiit -J ,ii.
Burling!**, lova.
'••Snr
r~
w*. «AffKtefr*
Wnv. dlRl^EfT fc CO.,
^»le and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods
®*fcer»es, Hardware, Boots, Shoetj
fcay Made Clothing, itc., k.c. A
MAIN AXD JICVFERSOIT sraKvti i'
Burlington, low*. :v
LAW SOTICE.
V ID O K
M|d Counsellor at Law,
ftlRf^XGTQN, IOV\ Aj. jmIj,
.ii-
Nt.
°*tWRS ANI STAl«tt
W
HKNRY W. STARR
FAN.,jr
'4.
TP~T T"»
i-iBOBEBrf
meilorgt Lav, Solicitor in Chan
of Deeds for the State o N. F.
®wa Territory.
TBB
^oc*T Woiss.
Iii?®®'"!. Alliriej at L»««r.iwilt practice
•Wrr1"
')N
the Territory
corner of M«iu and
Oel. 15. 1M9
MySON, attorney ami uj
a i i
iho -l* 501",*r"0r a"" »olici«e ivCllDRt
*Sei"l lor ihe purchase and *h!« ol reri
It •P"1
for
the
souiitj tuwa.?
i..
1-,
A. If. CARPENTER,
i
WfMfhmakfr k Jeweller,
nz:tr !U,
fin i.i
rr
k'TVhorteetefui th*H thfe* montfci. AH sob* i tush, Puiir Hrn»hc?, Dve *u(Ti, AUart, Va I
rotifer Uwtliaaone yw must be paid in d*t Indict, Glue. (Jnld Leaf,
tirturt. neutine, lard Snd Fish Oil, V\ indow b'a«#
Uv.rti«mieit. of •"|U«re and U»S Will he In- L:. ... m. i
jSV.rn»r,a«: ....I forevery 2*1 f*
nf
sept 14 '44—tf
iJ
ftNii-mit, tlraal.i
TON, IOWA
J^C'iGIST, ... n.Ii'
/md Washington -fTrf^ »jifn»i'li
/fte Market House,
Handee:ved
\Sr liit Spri. K smpplv pf Drrf*«
M' Hicinrf ala.t, Pmnfi ()ifa, Vat-
Hon*e
Tar-
,n
s,.ock.
[»Ct »»ri
."J *Ter* em hie line.
•jhr (and paid fot) i n the brat innrkp tg, tad
""'8
V,7V
low, A'Sit. a tariff aaenrtment
vv I'd Chetr* lr. Bnrndreih' Pilla, Nerve
Bone Luiiiiient FahneMo.-^N Wri:ifujr»:
Ague Pilla «f every description, all genuine!
lid inawv other ceUbrntt-d tiiedictnfit 80
On tires Fren.-h Quinine, bure.
mar S!) '45
HIKKI KION.
SAMrKi,SHi »Ki A Story of the i»ouihwe«t.
rTtjos.
CTTV
FFF &«RAV. Attorney!
CJHPFf
C.'F*{
iufjr lo. J- \iJH
«EOR«E BI.ICKIIAltV,
"I" f" '[f*
ION* *MAK €(JO*
PB1GII & COOK.
VUNWACTURERS OF TIN, COPPER .AND SHEET
Cour,s
nrst nntt second Judicial Districts Criminal i. i i ..
RARKKR & U AIT
Burlington, Io*a,
Jan 1, 1843.
l-aut* & Ray,
BURLINGTON, IOWA.
Millstonps made to order, and a constant sup
ply oil hand. Screen wire, hoistine screws and
mill irons, furnished at the shortest notice, and
warranted of the best quality.
jtjne 1 '44—Jr
M!."?
FItA.\CIS J. C» FEAStE*,
WATER STRRET.
ir. H. Houghton.
I -WINCi pt rnmtinitlj settin* in Rtirlinpton
Liar
luroisee*"*• e.rn«r
Tl.ini
K.hI
tf- ei
Hiftotu A or. 5th, 'it
COATES
Wmt Point, Lee County, loflpi.
mi *^4
& HAWKINS, (Valley street, be­
tween Main and Water.) will execute eve
ry description of Paintins, plain and ornamental,
iii the best and most approved style.
drThev respectfully ask a share »f patronage.
apr?7'44—tf
J. F. Tallant,
WHOLE»ALK AK£ RKTIL
JDRC&GIST,
WATU
STREET.
Bas'fpeVtWd his Fall supplies of fresh Dnitr^,
Physicians Merchants supplied on |he ,wa-vs! °fl iowM'
J. t*. Laiiuian,
Sumner Goo^t, consisting in part of
Balr.arines and fancy painted laws
Ensrlish, French and 'tnei icari print
N' de Laines, plain and lip'd nlpaccas
Caiuhric and jaconetts, plain and fig'd boh
binetfs.
Bonnets and trimmings, hosiery, trc.
The above articles are offered at very l^jf
jates and must he sold to^ make foorrV for aiy
heavy stock of Fall Goods.
Ug 10*45 i' i
Sheetings and Shirting
O BALES best brind sheetinrs
I U ine at ,!!'»•.r KIM BALL i
aug 23 '45
s
and si
•77
4
rft1MF«!
AMD Itl'XRV W.STARR
'"'ilMtd themsitvt's for the praftir« o1
Ci u •h0**' «lyle. and will attend
in HitfVrrnl rountie*, ai'H
'opreinr rmirt of tbe Territofy. Put
l^™eeUen will be pxid tc rlaiutii lor lnntl* it
iTf"*! lt|Ct,,Mi|i rlwu hrrc.
"JAMF.S W. GRtMRS.
m-
it cos.
Mftck^r^i.
US.T r»eeiv»d KM*., n«d do. -Laegt
«ud imali, noitu end south No 2 jimrktrel at
KIMti ALL'S
Oct 2 '45. corner W»t. r.mi Jt Hereon St.
~J»f. .. .. ...
iTRIFED cottonades, Bohemian mixture,
STDmrn
swa
The Stranger's Itoarti
[i *v.-
BY MRS. HKMANS.
Tfci irtrtii^er's heart!
1
h! wound It liott
A jrlaHiiti^ anguish Is its lot)
In tlir green shadow «f thy iree,
The stranger fi:ids no rest with theif.
Thou think'st the vige'.-i low rustling learns
Gl .d music round thy d«ef)o!d e«i¥esj
To hi
in that sound hath sorrow's tout
The stranger's heart is not his own.
Thou thinlc'st thy children's laughing ptair
A lovely sight at fall of day)-*
Then af« the stranger's thoughts otipfgs&t*
His mother's voice cotnes o'er hi* breast.
Thou think'st it sweet when Irietid with fritbd
Btn uth one roof in prayer may blend
Then doth the strangers eye grow m—
lar are Ulose who prayed with hiia.
Thy hearth, thy home, thy fintage land—
The voices of ny indred band—
Oh! 'midst them all when blest thattartj
Deal gently with the str.i:ip't's hraifl
,FLOW
r4Mrfield..lertV,.on Ounty Tuttm". omt-wi WAS nnNVl.RTm
u''f''iU
IfiON WARE.
:i Strtel, Iu|iln^loii
Jertc
Ik 14-
Feb a.
J.
Law Partnership*
C. HALI-, of Mount Pleasant, and F.
D. 1 ILLS, of Burlington, have this day
associated themselves into a partnership for the
practice of Law under the name and style of Hall
'L'nii ,WI," .a,,en,d il' IV
THE MOUNTAIN BLACK-
SMITH WAS CONVERTED.
'I he pcene is laid in the motintanious re
gions of Georgia. Mr. Forgeruh, a'black-
smith, had a great antipathy against all
Mtin Street, one loor below Btyrian'j Ministers, and MethodUt Mini^rKi.i par
'°r€* ticnlar. His sliop was in a narrow iiioun
rJ| !-I|( p. O p,wah ,t tnin pass, and he declared his dctertMina
'i»n. to whip every Methodist preacher
that passed his shop. The Rev. B. tub
We*orl,,« however
IRONWARE. g0 there, and the following describes his
readily consented to
I rides through the mountain!). 1 °ff he rode with the same'imper
Forajeron had heard of his new vicftlrti, turable countenance, singing so as to 1
and rejoiced that his size and appeuranee scare the eagles from their eyrif iu the
furnished a.better subject for his vengence
than the attenuated frame of the late par
son. Oh, what a nice beating he would
have! He had heard, too, that some min-
business attended to in any part of the Territory "°e Invoked to tight. Know
Office in the brick building on Main street now
inS
.al
11145
ciergjman
oc'tupied by F. D. Mills. day, in the afternoon, he gave his striker a
J. C. HALL, holy day, and regaled himself on the beau*
F. D. MILLS.
Sign and Ornamental Puiutiiig before he heard the words—
ftyifetfTlit) ittATtttsi 1NO *Oh, how happy are tbey who their Ssftourfbev,
vli'f.
1
And avo laid their treasures above,'
up with a continued smile on4'
'How are you, old Slabsi
oreichtr ^-T'l ni V
!X.7l
•Your ..am
i
v
Ferwurdins&Corainission Merchanf ^rl
the isters were rather spirited, and hoped this fore hisown door,,aitdthat too by M-etb
fwr
must pass on Sun-
in. fall, clear voice and soon Ih. S?M. l~ '°?fc'd 'he
Vucalisl, turniii^ Ilie anpleof llie rock, roje JL*
rec,
Iiai I, i i i at
BUBL1NGTON, lOWAi
UEAI.KU iJJ i
Grorcries, Paints and Oils.
STTA2MUH ID)IR'y«»-a.€.!ISS ST. of Fwrgeron's name but presumed, that he
\Utetisir,ire, Iron, Hals, Cap J.
(,V,
J,.. Ji9pt», $|oes, IfitT
v
Mil euiuuhsiim Mcrc!.ant»
:'RhFERRNCKfi':11" 5'y
srst.1 tldjfvlt & Mti!tor I, Oflean*\
Asa F'.arr, Jr., ,(j
rfa Todd K' Sons,: V St. L,i:uts
I'M edv« Ktnn & U*iy,i
t,)ct. 1, 1842,
idare you come here!-]
ness to do anything reasonable to avoid
tuch a penunee
'Well, there's three things yen have to i
i. it, pv«ft„iM,ral Mr.ires ft. AU tho». do, or I'll maul you into a jelly. The first
ls' 'oU
m,,st
not submit to them. joy
Well, you've got ii whaling to submit to
Medicine?, &.c., and would solicit a continuance t])en, I'll tear you into doll-rags corner |—I did maul the grace into his unbeliev-
AV1NG dpfermined to clo=e his stock of UPON I|JE worthy man made a virtue of ne
cessity and alighted.
'I have one request to make, my friend
——tliat is, you won't beat me with this over
Coat on it was a present from the ladies
of my last circuit, and 1 do not wish to
have it torn.'
"Off with it, and that suddenly, you,.ba
sin-faced imp you.'
The Methodist pVeafchf.r slowly dVfew
Off his overcoat* as the blacksmith contin
ued his tirade'of abuse of hiin and the sect,
and throwing the garment behind him, he
dealt Mr. Forgeron a tremendous blow
between the eyes, which laid that person
on the ground, with testament of Tom
Paine beside hiim Mr. Stubbleworth,
1
with the tact of a connoisseur in such mat
ters, did not wait for his adversary to rise,
To Country ltVerch^nts. out mounted lam with the quickness of a
.. n u cat, and bestowed his blows with a cour
TIUPED cottonades, Bohemian mrxture, '. ..- .y.
cotton jeans. Ripka corderoys, tickings and teoUS hand Otl the Stomach aftd face of tWe
Va. Osnabergs, &.c., &.C., will be sold at a small Blacksmith, eohtiniiing his song where be
advance on easfern prices, by bad left off on his arrival—
auS!6'45 J. O. LAUMAN. Wate-st. i
.Tongue cannot express the sweet comfort/ ««.
new
WESLEY JONES.
aug 16, (Hawkeye copy)
Teas.
CHESTS prime gunpowder, Yauny
(ljrn| responded lustly—
IfU Hyson and Imperial Teas, for tale preacher's old roan, and he munched a
bunch of grass and looked on as if his mas
wholesale and retail, at
Stockings.
'Enough! enough! enough! take him off!
But unfortunately there was 110 one by
lo
Ug S3 '45 KIMBALL if CO'S. ter was at camp-meeting
s 'Now,' said Stubbleworth, there are
three things you must promise me before
DOR Women'* missee* aM bojrs' jet
Inform that kind office, except the
you
•eptK^^W^8 ^«sLiT Jo^ W ^e tfcey?* wkeJ Forgeron, ta
a u MW*
ta'ed an! the reverend gentleman, with
1»is usual betiigii smile on his faety ieti«w
«d his blows ind
This oriental language overettne the
blacksmith. Suolt bold figures, or some
thing ebe, caused him to sing out, 'Well,
I'll do it I'll do it!'
'You afe getting oh very **11,* said
Mr. Stubbleworth. 'I think 1 oan make
a decent man of joa |r«t( ind perhaps a
Christian.'
'Ned groaned.4
•The second thing require of you in, to
go to Pumkin creek meeting hwse and
hear me preach to morrow.'
'Ned aitewptedto stammer out SMM titr
CUse, when the divine resumed Sis devo
tional hymn, and kept time ivith tie flfeshy
part of his hand.
'I'll do my best,' said he, in anhurable
voice.
'Well, that's a man,' said StubMfiworth.
Uick
., ., preacher!' i
answfre
my 1
..e ll 1 trS L.^ SiT. mAT P"cd K«i •»««. «i 6«™
18
.1 I
'repiiel Sluobleworth, he meekly ,h|J
nl
^ou
Kn"Tr nam*
ijie preacher replied that he had heard
1 1 1
e{l t0 eilfcr
jlis
mem o! Thomas Pain* next to your heart new- man, Forgeron was from that time
read it every day, and believe every word a shouting Methodnt. At a love feast, a
House, Sign and Fancy Painting, yo« read, and the third is, that you are to short time subsequent, he gave hisexpen-
curse the Methodists in every crowd you ence, and revealed the mystery of his con^
SQUjan(j rejjeve
6
,Iow
hW
,re
they
51 rr*» rwtihnlK sWl istj
TBUTH, C*t»HED TO EARTH* Dttl MHt AUAHT."
BURLINGTON, IOWA: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1843
1
'I then rode'oti the sky, freely jdstfAttf I'
And the moon it was under my feet A
1
who the,r
«e..r this last will and testa- was only half through when he felt like a
get into and the blacksmith clmck ed, vtction and conversion to his astonished hed so rarely seen victorious, but which
hunselt, rolled up his sleeves, and took a. neighbors.
quid of tobacco. The Rev. Mr. Stubbleworth, who had strMmed like a'thundersterm the wind."
The preacher looked on during these faithfully kept the secret until that time,!
novel preparations, without a line of his could not contain himself any longer but
ft.ee moving, and at the end he replied that gaie vent to his feelings convulsiue ,„nel
the terms were unreasonable, and he would peals of laughter, as the burning tears of ,ilion
joy coursed their way down his cheeks.
'Yes, my brethren, said he,
ol thf custom o» his old irif-nda. /-i 11 i*i» lion oil iiirneci iiiwarus. wnicii, lo oiu meiK
ou cursed
^ng-lacel
soul, there is no doubt.
ost favorable terms with all articles in his line, hypocrite. lhe blacksmith of the mountain-passv' 1,'iery bitter with lhat sense .fiuithe bones ot their forefathers that the
aug 2, The preacher remonstrated, and For-1 himself became, soon aller,a Methodist
geron walking up to the horse threatened preacher* 1
to tear him off if he did not dismout where-
1
.-•Joining a €hurch
,ns
elder of the church, who rather doubted
his professions of holiness, and who insist-
2,-SS
gerly.
1 »The first ii, the* you will
Methodist prautar t* jWAui*.'
««vl Jk hesi- eompoMfJ —iTc^fwi.
'Q«n N4'« pride arose,
was u eierk in one of Uie government uffi
Oesj onO of those (ublic loafers of which
there has slw?) been too many at Wash
ington arid elsewhere, who run in debt as
far as they can obtain credit, and without
ev6F intending to pity. The lady called
on the auctioneer, a respectable man named
Maura,
1 beU$ve, He called on the offi
cial, who proposed to pay as soon as his
month's salary was due. The month roll
ed round, And .!une succeeded March, and
'Now get up and go down to thjs spring] September June, without pament being
i made, to the jjr eat distress ol the uidw
and wash your face, and tear tip Tom
Pnine's testament, and turn your thoughts
onlhigh.',,
'Ned rose, witfy feelings he never expe
rienced before, and went to obey the lava
tory injunctions of the preacher, \flien the
latter person mounted his horse, took Ned
by the hand, and said-^
'Now keep your promise, and Jtyl keep
your counsel. Good evening, Mr. Forge
ron I'll loolc for you to-morrow.
and uneasiness of the auctioneer. An
after further application, the office holder
refnsfed absolutely to do any thing, alleg
ing it out of his power to pay. The sum
was loo large for the auctioneer to spare
out of his own pocket, or he would have
paid it lumselt, so deeply did lie feel for
the poor creditor. In this perplexity, he
concluded to call npbh the President and
state the case, hoping he would suggest
some relief. He waited, therefore, on
General Jackson with his narrative.
overhanging rocks. jy°" ^r* ——'s note?' he inquired—
'Well,' thought Ned, 'this is ari^ce bus-
mess. What would people say "If they
knew Edward orgfiroh w-as whiffed be
f*No,'
k
odistpreacher?' a.i
But his musirjfs were tilore itf Sorrow
than in anger. His disfigured countenance '^he note I don't know any body who
was, of j«Hirse, the subject of t&Wei'ous ^wpuld.take it^ remarked the debtor, ad-
ties of lorn Paine, awaiting the approach questions that night nmung his friends to now®»«r, as he sat down to write,
of the preacher. It Was not over an hour which he replied with a stern lo«k they
Wjell understcod, and the vague remark
thdt he had met with an accident.
'Of course' they never rfreame€ of the
gU?
rr»""he
1
rMenl
W"«W, 1.
rgeron whipped by a Methodist passed the notel" 'Wot yet
eri
i *i From that lime, his whole conduct man* £*te endorser to it.' 'Nonsense,' said
T'«
h, ,i of the neighborhood observed it, ind whis- was sliowro him. He turned pale, begged
to inceliniF every Sunday sine tl). acoi-
ldei".
books
jle
was iien
jlnelhudist preacher that cotnes nlongr'was supposed, very sagely, that a 'spirit Jackson did not endorse for any body
I asked with an audacious look and how j)a(|
entjce(j
1
after givinK hirn a glimpse into the future!
mjs]e(j|,jm
|)ru(!e^hiss
bj favf
b(lt n()ne Mlspec(ed
Mr. Stubolevvorth professed his willing- Stubbleworth, pfeacheda sermon thatseem- »«8S
lhe
|jse( {u fea(J
metamorphoses dafe-rievii
Forgeron, the blacksmuh, that vvips every ^laek^mtt ti into a gloom v and tact urn man
a,ltI
0j- a
jt
den and the song of-
^tij
v
ed desires, and gratifying his carnal appe- whicih could only be known through hlm« JJ11.'1
tites to their full from the 'fleth-pots of .self, a cabinet minister- no additional rea-
Ha HNN^L. IM'« /-_
Egypt." He •knew no bounds to his j$on for trusting him too, with all
wicked inclinations, when he was sudden- ihe hate which their long political duel had
ly brought seriously to reflect upon his provoked, he dashed off a picUire of his
great rival's career, from 1809downwards,
-arkly and powerfully conceived, but ex
cuted with all the arts of a practisedrhet
oric, it would have been impossible to lis-
course and the vanities of this fleeting life.
He attended a camp-meeting, where he
became impressed with a proper and con
trite sense of his wretchedness, sad forth
with resolved to do better—*to give up his
evil practices, and no longer to "roll sin
under his tongue as a sweet morsal He
therefore offered his name a communi
cant, and sou
sanctified roof
seems that he was well known to a sharp
Irame
,as
aS
Ceaertl Jatekson. Be CharltsMl.
The Following incident occurred on a We c^y the following from th% feffusiryw
visit of mine to Washington city in 1834. of "Dow Jr," attd though it ma^ bfe tturi-
cuinstahcfes, had been keeping a boarding tuitaira
r.nnro.r^.t. .1^1 ,toi-
The old man's eye flashed fire. 'Have
was the reply. *Call on him then,
and without speaking of the purpose for
which you vvant it, gel his negoiLble note
anJ bring it here.'
The auctioneer accordingly asked
For his note. 'What do you want with
!tf 1
there it is.' Mauro promptly returned to
the President, handing him the note, who.
without saying a word, sat dswnaud wrote
On the back of the paper, 'Andrew Jack
ton.' 'Now, sir,' said the General, 'show
Mr. the endorsement, and il he
'hut I expect to, for I have got a first
Svl'" il!"
him into the mountains an-!, whatever, remarked he knew better, for
lhe
to a crag where he had fal-
,, i i 'en an' hrused face. Others gave the •lMPri*e of all who knew not the circura
did not in lest well-behaitd travellers. prince of darkness the credit of the change, ol the case.
I 'Yon presume so! es. yoU are the
en an(
,|ie MetliodUl preach-
tnost presumptions et.ple, y,.u Mrtho-er. and the latter having no vanity to srat- The Deserted Pat riot-Earl Grey
disls that ever trod sole leather, any how. jiy, the secret remained with Ned. The in 1
WIT.
i Well, what^ll jou do, you beei'heacletl CIJS- gfoomy state of mind continued until Fr* At in the last hours of the common
jcijde, jou? gtron visited a camp-meeting. Rev. Mr. Weailh, when the forum was full of bitter-
Tl« endorsement
t. minule., S.n.
Bl|d
in a sliorl s|H.ce ol lime returned
Tirey,v„ ,dere.lg,eallvall,isb„ra- with ,h. money, which w.s paid ov.no
—uc!l __ the widow that day, to tire gratificaliin or
,nP
m:ide in his presence, that General
General had endorsed once for hirn,
an^
produced as evidence the note, lo the
confusion, here and there might
bur. Irnve been a Senator, melancholy and grave,
.. standing amidst the ruins and throes, and
agonies, of the republic,
.-Like some lone column of his native Borne."
Such WM lhe bearin_ of Lord Grey.
had
hope!cM or
c,t
t(j whom
1
V ithout the most distant idea or wish
to throw ridicule upon the cause of reli- awe, and, if sueh a word may
gion, we must tell sm anecdote of a young greatness, sympathy. But when at length
man who was made a subject of the "re- he rose lo forbid the bans between the
His
deserted the old colors, but it
a8 fearle8sly as in
,lis
youth) when
Fox WM to cf[ee that he Hfted lhat
of freedom
which through life he
(e
...
fl
..
And nevfr was it rai8ed under more
melancholy auspices. Sole
wUh he the Oppo
on
which he still sat crowded to a
tjorit by tllose friends with w!lom he
is a fact. i i(pi ...J.I. JI..,. r,,«i
n
L._—when,
ten without something of that glow when ,Qofe
one first reads the Uesiphon or Catiline.
The opposition rang with applause they
had been ill accustomed to cheer such elo-
ght preservation under the guence, and their very prejudice was serv- Je
if of the church. But it «d with every stroke of thi flashing weap-
on
which was 30
a8
if their approbation was gall and worrn-
w
„od to his soul, it was with a stern
ed tlmt his penitence should be tested.— isdain that Lord Grey turned round to
Thus matters stood till some weeks elapsed, repudiate their connection, and to annihi
when the wicked child of sin was inform- jale the growing hopes of so great a coad
ed thet the board of trustees had consider* i„tnr. For himself, he wasaione, satisfied
w
""«,¥
to
..... .. -1 I. r.i IE A IJ ..t L- 1 ... Tl V
"-"••I-. *.
mor*
I. ^L. A1 I 1 hkuli* b«kak(M IkAta* Ia a ilm a -A 11*
rangejaeiits of that date, had got in arreari,1i ... «arr.M«d«l .nd ih. i
and to pay some of her moet urgent debts, i
sent such of her furniture as she could
possibly spare, to auction. The purchaser ^'In
ceB*,l,e®
thaw poetry.
8
w.
house for sotne years in that city, and dur- nfcvtir know bow to judge correetiy of tints the truuk
ing the general proslratloh bf active buai* guilt, ^ho may have oommitted a erimi, i The brgeti' flower in the wop4d is ihrM
ness, growing out of the currlhcjr de^,
ti wt
knows fo%, all the circumstances d»n»«ter,
itscbniBiission: Our motto always tain reguLr supplies.
should be, "Let him wiwis wllkout sin T'ie Ne^eiahu oi India, furnishea
cast the firat stone
..fcu .» Jpit' hf »-k but cdvers to them.
I
slw'y,l^'?^\f W*
balance ua^y fail, no matter haw w*U it
be adjusted and a few intoxicating drops
may sometimes find their way into the
soda tcuipertnce. Some temptations are
strong. If they can't draw an omnibus
half a mile, they are strong enough to snap
the stouf«|t haltef of resolution ever twist
ed by the human will. Oh, it is most
amazing hard to resist some of the tempt
ations that beset us as we journey through
life! If the spirit wrestle with them, there
i« danger of its getting the wot of it.—
But I would have you my friends give
them a try in all cases for there is no tel
ling what Kicar be done, since Sampson
slew lh* Philistines. Dow,
Half-Day rejoined that they had great
respect for the Government of ti|e United
States that they had sold to the Govern
ment all their country upon the great
lakes that thry never refused their great
fathef when lie asked them for land that
1
n
new connexions are iionpsaiblie,,
very
"Of friends, once parted,
Grown single-hearted,"
which was all the more keen an intense,
because a grave, proud man, he did not
vivals" at me of the. late camp-meetings Whigs and Air. Canning when, with pas- heV^overnm«ntll0Baf they id
so frequent In some parts of the country, sionute remonstrance, he appealed to the
riie "subject" was a young chiW ol Ad- old traditions when with savage mockery,
am, who had "lived fasl'? and seen much he sneered at the reputed liberalism of Mr.
of the pleasures of this sinful world rev- Canning—more liberal forsooth than his
elling in vice to the utmost ol his deprav- late colleagues of administration, a fact
their eply was like that of good child™,
F.r jflw,,. «»ways "yes that they could not help
it i.,rn„,ir,ic ...KW.b looking back to the fin? country which
1
l!1e^
13
_.U„' .... -II all that had been promised them,
the West, said he to the President, atid
on
,hc
Bi
jutor. For himself, he wa*^one, satisfied 3- I
hd. other, might .bJh, but ^ich
mid Cambrify JUtkm.
ERM«:::::$2 OO IW ADVAWCE.
SCratM Cartons tnf)»M«t|(Mb
The number of different plants in UM
world has beep variously caUnrated Aft
from 30,00 10 100,000
The largest re.' in the world is in Afiil^
ea, where several negro familie* r«»id* Hi
The oak
My rriends—that virtuous man may be Feel in ciroumferciicc.
led astray by change of circumstance?, iaa! There are fort* different specie*
melancholly %t. When a man bvornne? Pine^ the White Pine. *rows t« the hei*Mt
poor, and geU hard up, with big owl-eyed of 10 feet-the Ptmtis butrkaii», bh tl#
starvation staring al him from a short dis- Qliunbia river, is the ulle»t tree in th|*
tancc, he will turn off and devil-ward world, as it grow* to the stupendous
in spite of all pious pushing* to the contra- bright of 234 leet The greatest body *T
ry. Righteousness and roast beef are lu timber ever ineaslirM h(*a a siitgl* lre«^
urie* tliat fc« can tafford and so ne serves
1
K

Par,f^ "I''1'.
l'iey
I®11
country is no loflgvr theirs but tbey lo^te
it still, and when they think of it, their
hearts aae sad. They had now, he said, a
country which they were told was to be
their home as long as the sun shines and i
show itc it was a sicht to move reverence, V the
J. water flows where (hey were to grow up
e use o grass of the pr.iiries. It was a
good country, he saidj ami they loved it.
Eleven wi ters ago they were 'told, he peni iniary, a li1 eral system of puhlio
said, that if ihey had but one wigwam on 'education, the enconr'^ement of imernit
ee there
promied them but they p, nrtiHl |»\n»ent ol the interest on il||
i^nfrl ,,,.1.1'
n e)r nrom
i ihem
know what your red children want. We p.lltv
l0 yoU fo jtMice
Th#
£r.gidenJt
replied
wou
j(|
tct
par( afl(1 5ll6uld be
,rilnll{n,„iv fulfilled bv the GoAernnenti
LM?r scrupulously f«ilfiHH by the GoAemmenti
if!.'!.!'.,and that the Seftretafy «»f War wmild 'ju(e|
that they were lieard and troated proper
ly.
The President farther said that he would
see them and shake hatids with ihHn
again when they got their business adjiist-
Tke Indians then toak leave by shaking
'".'i1'* fr*""priripil3 TW!••""»I"" br I.
mit him as a member of their congregation, which more than half a century he had «w the Peesinent, the Secretary of a nrfl urwk«M
But,.I«.! "kt liiin th.t Uiiukrth It. Mand- born. Inlcct through ch«,.,errf tin«, ^^.Tlri^ir.Ton'ror Inli.n AfrX., ^,th" t,* 1
?i. K L=„"
eth t,k. h^ l«th. 611." Tb Uck-
i^
1
ears.
The oak ill 6000 vears.
Jlive
iv*
6
.tey cangei lire celeDraten MoTahlst, Ray, oounte*,,
it or wrong. 3*2,000 seeds in the head of a Poppy,
as straight I There are 360,000 seeds in the feajjsii|j}^'
i at times, to of a Tobacco plant.
My friends—attempt to go
as you will, you are all certain at times, to of a Tobacco pi
step off the moral track. £ven pastors il is supposed by many naturalists tfcdkf*
and bishops sometimes do things that the im Tree products 53t',OQ0 resell nig,'
heaven don't like to look at and tliere is year.
no one living ih this little round world Barley haE been sowed with suecess, I4j|f
but whose soul is more or less bespotted! years alter it was produced} VVlieat'maf
WHh inaignili«ant iniquities. The truest be kept with the germinating ptinciptt-
JJU"
dFrem tU National Intfllijenetr of Jvj fay.
toy tue Presideut.
Te%terday the Pottaw atotnie Indians,
now in this city, visited the President, ac
uUp&nied by their agent, Col. R. S. El
liot. for the purpose of paying their res
pects to hiin as the head of the Govern
ment. Half-Day, the Pottawatomie ora-'
tor, expressed to the President the gratifi
cation which they all felt on seeing and
shaking hands with their great father.—
The President replied that lie was pleased
to see them that soifie of tiiem were old
men, who had come a long distance to at
tend to what they considered matters of
importance and that they should be pa
tiently heard, and full justice done them.—"
The Government he said, desired to pre
serve relations of friendship and peace
with all the Indian tribes he trusted that
before they left the city all their business
would be satisfactorily arranged, and that
the hatchet between red and the White
man might long remain buried.
see there iiru.r.neinei U i»j ehariered companies, th^
had not *een it all, and therefore had «me S ate dent, w hitli is esliihaled a! $#,00
all the way to Washington to inquire of 0C0,) the Ration of a sinking fund Ii
their great father concerning it that thefe extinguish tl* debt, ahd a flirganiSattdM
was a cloud before their eyes, which they of the State Bank of Tenneasoe. .»#
hoped he would take away. You are from I ..
0
that tho Goverti-
in good faith towards theao
be ba illS wi,h tiietn
1
°0°
Writ*1
oph i
The "tMv Tr^e." in Soutll
inducements waieh impelled produces milk fr w which the'peepk
nly hav^
,eave*« w,!',
»o*
The Pes., lea! Us 24,0 0 pofe* to (S«
I doubt- %^rhelner a hun4«r*U* pan of u» kq afe i,,. I, of, ih» ui^t the ftnfc
would—f^r ili» hbhMinto ferr attdgoasay. has 28. 00
So then mail's iiHture trtUsi b« ^h»ng- 'as ]60,0t0
ed before he Can fo low «.trictlf the pSth of
prot,H^, wnHGtrt delating to* the r,gh(or in lhe tv„rJd 70.1 nhlch lit fimnd tfP
lef 4 When hi* Qod slwfl give in }». a»evic». «u.l 30 in Europe. .i
stwet instead of reason fur Us guide, be Tl* Lrge^i oak in the uerld la one i§
will walk straight but not till then. JWlshin-, E-.glanu, ^Ideh m^sures SJ
bom*1 pLii.is nave m» -iry
Tliere are 14Q diffVr/ent speeies ofoii'
was from the tnu Liiiirthiimut, on ik^t
t^atan for something to season and make Missouri river.
palatable the cold poirid«e of poverty.—j Lilliei are natives of North AinericA,
There is no knowing, my fn'onds, what we tJi.ina, Germany and Liberia.
might do if our circumstances were unfor- I A single Barley Corn in Paris produce**
tunutely to ciiange. Destitution will sin ]55 ctrlms" containing )^,t00 oo^«i
for a sixpence, and Hunger and Thirst, Barley! ,.|
will keep themselves where tliey can get The celebrated Bofahfst, Ray, oounteit,
a chance, without regard to right or wron
for ages. Seeds of different graces will
vegetate aAer having been buried ia tkA^
earth a thousand years!
The Canada Thiitte, tiie enemy at aM
farmers, is a native of Canada, bllt it hag
crossed the Atlai4ic by means of wingH
with which its seeds are provided v-
The Ewe trees of Surry, F.nglanijL
Stood in the days of Julius Caesar. Thei^lJ,
is an apple tree in Hartford, Cdnhictieu^
5
200 yfears old. A fig tree lh Pale»tit#!
780 years old. A live oak in Louisiana
1 00 years old. A cedar on Motint Lfcbf
auon 2120 jears old. A chestnut
Mount Etna, Sicily, 2600 years old. &
vearnore drt thfe Busphorus 4000 yeaiw
1
old. *,j
i There fH in lens than 90 0 di&treilr
ftoine ^ersoir wrrt "T^a' minltng eise v.
do haS ascertained that there are 55 »,
oott
grains ih a bushel of wheat, 520,t'00 fat
barley, 1,26 ,000 iu oats) and 27,000 fat
horse beans.
DETRACTION.—Man is prone to
as the sparks to fly Upward. How he feast*
upon the faults of others! Be unfortunate)"
be unable to pay yottr just debts, and whttt
do your creditors think of you? In theif
view you are a human monster—a cheat
a villain—a scoundrel double distille
Let your naihe be mentioned in
presence, and billingsgate appears
let loose. 'Tis not as it should b*—bf|t
thus is man, untempered by religion.
11$
to mi
Wihat are another*'fauita to M?. 1:
I've not a vulture'* bill,
To pick at every flaw I Ht,
A nd make it wider (till.
It is enough for me to know
I've follies of my own|
Atrd oti my heart the care bestow|r. ..
Awl let uiy friends alone. ..
There is much good sense, and AottiH^
logic, and rcflnt-d sentiment in the foliovf^
ing par. graph from the Salem Gazette:
"GRATUITOUS
be
PBINTINO.—There is
LV|(
such thing HS doing any tiling gratuHotiift
ly" in a printing olHce. HoineboJy rhuf&
pay for every thing lhat is done. Not
line can he set that it does not CJSI money
for the setting, f.ither the printer fnb*£
p»y the whole, or the advertiser must
Itis share. Tiie only question, thereforOf
publisher wh.jis to pYi
the mor.ey lor laiior, !•, what ground hat*
this p.tf'y or individual to require me to
pay tor 4»e promotion of hs 01 his object Hi
1 lMC
i
Tenwe****. Gov eeoor Brwvn Kent
been asked to go South west of the Mis-| msa.ge ta lhe Levies'. 11 re in whfvh Hf
souri, and are in trouble, for they know recommends the entire abolition of puqp*
not what to do. i«t menl of death, the erection of a net*
jd bachelor being l.iii^iird a| by.$
0
oM fl
had been vol-
pretty girls, told them.that thog
were small potatoes.
Wc may be small potatoes," reptt*4
the W«ideibt,
4iiit
The
Alleghany Methodist Conferen**
Tt
.quir, -ihat 1.0 minister shall bf
admitted inn t' is confertrice who use* to*
bacco in any of Its forms, except as m«4b
ioine, and in that am MUllw*fo» SviUwfp
alull be given-"
JWMXVMi.vnenn*
»Miii,ttK. JZaX
Mug employed
A gTeat fire occtirred at Wilml
C. ©n the 4ih inst. Buildirg* destrc^*^
s# !4
$
lf
are
"h

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