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i'j i'ii3Mf b'anucned and owned and earned; t
' V "" And tike our noblest fruits improved, ' ' '';
'' y being transplanted and, removed. V- ; ' '
.- rJ uwi hr-.-v 9y.l'.:wt-:vt ll i' XButler '
H,rJt u1.v-m1 THB FROCr.'1
ui kim fanny things that liver no"'
" ' In "woodland, marsh or box, ',' ,
.1?SJ creeps tbe ground, or flies the ir,
fTh fnnnie.t thin, th fmm
- - . ' -
e frog the scientiScest'
-1 IdJ 6f p'.h.re''aidiworkT.fc --The
froi.'ifiaiVeitbiBr walk not
nor rum, ;
"?WgoMH withd jerk;
-, a. j .; . .. u -
,ilvv Willi paotiart'd coat of bottle green.
And yellow fancy Vest,' 'm"- .-'
" He plunges into rand and mire - ; r
" V' 'n Ylt Sjindey beet ; . . jv".
L v rThen he site do wn he's standing np
- jAfd for convenience' sake, he, wears
v..':; Hi eyes on. the top of his heed.
To" fee bim sitting on a.log.
, j Above tire vasty , deep.'
You feel inclined to say "Old chap,
'; Wx't 'sN JusHooV before you leap I"1 '!
tsMTooTaWe your cane to' hit him on'
; But re you get it half way op, - -
aeti!.-fct! sAooWtf be goes kerehug. -' ?
lrfj Ih-vimi - - . --.- - ' -
-ir Lc j ia r-' W! - ' .'Ji'if.'
xou aro a buck. .
A'WrtsTiit oollega Profeasor'had sem-
ll51itlriltsi jijtttiooihmeapementof.tli
yamVndu'4 'MctiDg over the list of
Samea ta tea that all rr jpresent. ' It
, UtROBf thmtfcai ff th nurnber' w unf
''r kiiarri'tonbra iofessor.'haying jiiit anter-
jdJhtxflUsav. lL--J;LL.-.
What 'taVyoWnafnarr?' kd the
' Frofe8or, 4ookioff through his spectacles
Totr are a briak was the a
' ,tl,' aaidsthft ; Pofeslor, half at arting
csxTj nta (ih'altj at the supposed imperii
.rCevbttt kbtmilte aura taat he had un
; derstood him correctly, -Sir; 1 did not ex
cCylfiiderst&n'd! your aoawer.' x i. '
,35.Yfltt ire ay briok,' was ttgain the oom-
'v';j-f?J4f-jtl4rrid tha Pfofeaaor;
' nU ac.raddenine. ; 'Beware: young man,
MjMtf 'attempt t insult me.' J"
!! youl 'aaiTjhaatudentin
.atofttahadr . How hate I dona ill'
fc f oa'rtot1 aaV-! Waa a brick?'
ifPpr'PUi1 Btiflad-lndigoa-
. . ciMi laM v tj fi.;.. .'' l
,U fN airryokr asked me my name, and
6rer' rout, 'qqestion.- : My name is
- V TAb,;iosleedP.murmured the Professor,
' tiUdrfi1 baak'into." his. seat in' confusion.
Jft 'ir'aa a liiso&nc e pti bn 'oa my parj,. Wi)t
ijo.ui wmmenca J&;4eBon Mr. ahem
' .vnfi tese dm n ill i ' . .i ' in ,',. aJ f
CgwlBirat fierce lawyer ,,'dc'yottl
yyouraath'rkwear that this is not y6ur
Vihsl'wrftinklf 'reckon oot,!'was the cool
eWpJjrs Doaa. it xeaemMs your writing?
rf-aaaM tniiik it-aoart.?"-4uo you- swear
"fca m ynt ; Yeseroble youir-writinKT"
fi6I oi t'iie your oath tha ihi9rWng
d?.?ftP4 rasBmbie your ir a single letter?'
Y-a-a-a, airl'i4aw; how do you knowT
XaUa 1 oanTwnrel"
w VHlrCOTHECTrPleaa, Mister give
:twlrt ' my son. bupenny or aar
Vnndle?" .. .. t
'No3,' uesa'MnV--ftll for the Koss
s?:fk 4 .tkaiirhaiitHht Turkish
. j- ' i pp ( p -atj ' f
ieeN Anun-t5eyvaUetidedorne fashion
Uartieaft 'Wailiineton: 'where the la
; aarka
.fc,alpeJted to' aaa-aa. many' ot -Amen
ejtfir Ucms - bat not- ar muctu' ' uit.'em
? "KriO 'joff "'i c)??na..wM ibu -,80
Nltody.Wi UndJord.vrAs everything is
Xandlord atid.'
-axCVe,! laa co art py , Cater
laa. I vaa go. oa my afield to iioe- DV pqU
toaa corn. .tlfc, l aeesiCaterine ooming
der road, ao I din togtv him a boo so 1
: Keahd"sWst as T-vaa going o
too hirjjJaWpJTiJO derehdeaRd atioks
jl j'irtf trol jin 1 hinr krrtaloofif and
thaavmheep.THt van' tieT oo his pack
('4yabacrl.taf rifea ; W- arraetern
make it any longer, ifyou did; its pres
ant length, suite me very well.'
BffiS. -To kif Jebuse to klsa again.
Conderbuestw girls' kissing each oth
er. Ortbu8 t j kisf all the girls in the
trI r"Med tht .sjjFrofeaaor at Cam-
; krid
If ' ) t:n diiplaCed beoauseTiereg
' J t;;ronbmical clock ao; aa to
L 1T l; : ineaa Ume!it
. tTiiwanKwJiqiwaaA
despair?' -haa he set in a serious frame
t3y-.V.ftMfl pa,HOf
fCi7T A-vdOW'n,asi paper 'says jbat the
' Wulea' J e'(;hopt'aii has since caught
; 'a8rVriintorJ
i rfCiTsThaj'e.i ara ?.tw.areesona why you
-:-aBotfi Jf&tini'eftlipit.ari red;towl)en: he is
wVwjAiiOnesir, it ipto'ptii him out
. F a .ntka. a t m i mK.KI .111 n., timl.
i wuwwjm .gii j
: f yitrt1! .!'!'? "a rii
: set
frTfsrrhrsfeMii ative nawT aa!d an
urchin o his teacher. What, feilowa do
X: JbhWti?nF:4iF$ XYfiiji Paul, and
iMka; knrleroSx.n'dhm
lifrtViri.!Tei)3tfdT ,'AfVlwilUbecanae ii at.
H,'qiiiwalJa.4leadi-ii;5 .-T4 -2
kthe ne,1 Teel-ifiny Iuty td raise your
,la.t55 illj1 aiaaetiBjriti:I 3isel truly
'ta0ilYV(DiA59 B'atd,'.'tfea't it is
tilf a WDoaaibUra tor .raisa it .'tnraelf.'
irffiwkviirt i vb iliii 3iJ ill'
, . rr v f ! V '
aitei"l cioh'tjwaftt your uuie paper any
Townioli theedito replied 'rwouldn't
.iTbe'-tw'o fltigHbofa whd.fell otit, kof i
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, r Attorneys at Law,
Woods field, Ohio.
D. M. H0LUSTER. - - - - JOHN S. WAY.
: HOLLISTER ic; WAY, i ".
' Attornejs at Law, ;
' : Woodsfield, Ohio.
Jianiel 11. Vri rc,"
Woodsjfield, Monroe C.',0hio.
9C-Office two doors north of Probate office.
Woodajteld, Monroe County, Ohio. I
: John Sinclair, ' .
Will practice in Monroe and aujmninireoun-
lies. Office one door south of the office of the
Probate Judge, i! - !
-flollister, Okey & Ilollisler,
! Woodsfield, Ohio, i
Drl W. H. Dowcllr i
" Antioch, Monroe Co., Ohio.'
: Dr. W;T.SineIair.
OFFICE up stairs in the new building;
door south of J P. Randolph's Hotel. ;
Woodsaeld, April 13,1863.
.V v-.:;.Dr.' J. II. Ticrsoa . '-;
OFFERS his professions! service to the citi.
zens ef -Woodsfield and vicinity;-: i- '
,Dr. Pi an son may be found either at his tiffice,
npppaite J. A.. G. H. Davenport's Store, or at
Driggs's Hotel, Woodsheld. , , -
Oct-5,1853. -... . . . ' .'
- ,: Dr. J. L. Dye, ' :;:;
fTUSNDERS his professional services to the cit
X. izens of Woodfield and vicinity, in the prsc
tice ot 4ieilicinand Surgery. . Office and .resi
dence one door north of the building lately occu
pied by W. Cj Walton, dee'd, as a store-room. .
' Dr. T. Rose,
FFERS his services to the citraene;of Grays-
JP yille' and vicinity as Physician, Surgeon and
Obstetrician. . -r .- - . , ? .
July , 186S. i U J a
Sunfisfa and Wheeling Daily Packet
UV)fV'"'t' ' "'- 'J. K. Booth, Master, -
- .w.ii i UIr ISH every day at
6 o'clock, A; M., and WHEELING at 4 o'clock,
p.M:" x- - - " '
. All business entrusted to this boat will receive
prompt attention. - j-' : -'! -
March 31. 1852. ' ' '.i - -v.-.
HAVING recently purchssed a W.habf Boat.
in connection with his Wxikuodsb, w now
ready to accommodate Moving Families at mod
erate charges, .Merchants consigning their goods
to bis care, will have them received at night and
in wet wealber on the Wharf boat, without extra
charges. ' . , ,..t;:....Aug. 17.
Clocks and Watches.
'' ' T. J.1 ADAMS, " . :
11 AVIWC removed to the building ,m"
AT mediately west ot Steed 8 Motel, an-
nounces to his friends that he is still car
rying on the business ot Repairing' Clocks and
Watckts. - . - - -
' He has also for sale Clocks and Watch
es, and a Jine assortment of Jewelry ,-Toys,
fee. Woodsfield, Mar. 1.
J5,, E. Duhgan' nas remoV?
-ed his SHOP from Ferry to -Main street,
South side. 3 doors West of J. H. Smith's, where
he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line.
WATCHES AND CLOCKS repaired aud war
ranted to keep good time. : : ;!
Clarington. N ov. 23, 1S6. r ; . ' -
Marble Sliop. ,T
THE undersigned respectfully informs the pub
4 he, that he still continues to manufacture '
Tombs, Monuments, Grave Stones,
&e., at bis shop Jo MiUonoburgh, Monroe county.
Ohio, of any sly le desired, and ot the best quality
ol American' aud Italian. Marble, which be has
made arrangements to receive from the East. - ,
, He has also established a Shop jo Woodsfield,
for the convenience ot his customers.-, , . , ,;
, His work, will be furnished at reasonable prices,
and delivered at such places as may be. agreed up
on,' ' He has .received twq prerpitMus .from the
Monroe County i Agricultural Socintyh.Ior speci
mens ot his work, and he flatters himself he can
render satisfaction to all who may want work in
his line. Orders left "with D. H. Wire. Esq,
Woodrfield. Wm, Rrao, Miltonsburgh, and Dr.
JCDKiNS, MaTaga, will receive prompt attention.
May 10, 1854. -j:I..H(ERSTING.
in n i '", V e V i .
:. signed bas been appointed .and qualified aa Ad
; minis tra tor; of nhn MCsaiin, laie pf Mqarv
county, deceased. Those haying claimsagainst
Matd.sfaie wili please present them immediately,
propcrly-aiiihenticaleiL,; .- J4COB FISHER,-Ki
! sep;?tJ, Jl854.ii ianf, ; Administrator.
Canai y S eed , t . til emp: Seed
L ;. ,-Fish. Bone,- '.fr m-- Bird agss.
For skle at --,.' KIRKBRIDE'S.
May lt'w ( ;f.--r:';i
., : i ' r jgega i '
THE subscriber has jtisl received a Large and
Well-selected Assortment of very superior
Boots and Shoes,
which he is determined to eell at reasonable prices-
Hrs stock is now one of the largest ever
opened in this market, and he fells assured be
can suit all age and conditions with just such
Boots snd Shoes es they may need, either of
Eastern or Home-made Work. His stock manu
factured in his own shop is very large. Call and
see, before purchasing elsewhere.
Abo A lot of SULK LEATHER for sale.
Remember the sign of the "RIG RED
BOOT," first door north of DrigK'V Hotel-
Woodsfield, Oct. 8, 1661.. . C. DIEHL.
For Young Ladies and Gentlemen.
milE SECOND SESSION ot the above named
. Institution will commence- on the 21 st day ol
August, and continue 14 weeks.
: The Department of English and Classical Liter
ature will be uuder the direction ot Sahvsl
Davenport, A.M.; and that of Mathematics and
Natural Science, of Mr- iaua I. Thompsom , an
eanerienced Mathematician.
Tuition tees will Oe motierate, ana every care
will be taken to afford to young ladies and gentle
men the means of acquiring a thorough Classical
and Mathematical education.
. Special attention will be directed to those wish
ing In qualify themselves for Teachers.
July 26, ISS-l.
" ISrick for rale;
rpHE undersigned has for sale a large lot of first
i rate uivi'n., wnicn n wmnes 10 ni-poso oi.
Those in waut of Brick will please give him a
call. M. MORROW.
Woodsfield, sept 9.
The uiidersisiied has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator of Ronanoa M'Wil-
liams, late of Monroe county, Ohio, deceased.
Those indebted to said estate will make immedt
ate payment; and those having claims against said
estate, will present them properly authenticated
within one yir. - JOSiAH .WILSON,
Nov. 1, 1854. Adm'r
Vol. X or the "Soismtific Amkricaw
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novelty of their improvements- . , sept. 13.
Court or Common Pleas Partition.
Isaiah Payne, aud Mariah Payne his, wife,;;
Jacob Wesfner, and Barbara Weslner his wife,
.Adam Piler, Frederika Pifer, Eueil Pifer, aod
Joseph Pifer. -? ...
NOTICE. Jacob Wesfner, and Barbara West
nerhis wife, Adam Pifer, Frederika Pifer,'
Eneil Pifer, and Joseph Pifer, will take notice
that a petition was filed againat them on the 21st
day of August, 1854, in the Court ol Common
Pleas, and is now pending, wherein Isaiah Payne
and Mariah Payne his. wife, demand partition of
the following real estate, to.wiu the south east
quarter of the north east quarter ot section twenty-five,
township sis,-, and range six ' Also, the
north west quarter of the north west quarter ol
section nineteen, township six, . and range -six
And that at the next term of said Court, applica
tion wilt 4e made by the said Isaiah and Mariah
Payne, or an order that partition be made of said
premises:" r ' WIRE & RICHARDSON.
Oct. 11, 1854. Atts for Pet'r.
TVVOIICE. Presley J.' Martin, of the state of
JJ Iowa, will take notice, that on the 19th day
of October, A D. 1854, Rachel J. Martin filed in
tha nfBr.ii nf thi! Clerk nf lha Court of Cnmmon
I PI... . nf . MniM-na fnlinlv. ' Oliin. har natitiiln
J against the said Presley J. Martin, the object and
-raver of which is, to obtain a decree for a'di-
vorca and alimony. The causes assigned -in said
petition for a dissolution nf the marriage contract
are, gross neglect of duty, extreme cruelty, and
adultery with one Mary Fearce. ' . .-
The said Presley J. Martin is hereby notified
that at tbe spring Term of said Court, for the
year A. D.1855,the said Rachel J. Martin will ask
fur a decree upon said petition. :-" '
Att'y fr Petitioner.
Dated 19thOctober,'1854.i-6w.
THE Subscriber has just opened one door north
of the building lately occupied by Win. U. Wal
ton, dec d, a large supply of - -
; Drugs, Med icmes, Paints,
' '" OILS, D YE S TUFFS, ttC, '
Suitable for this market,!; which he will sell at
wholesale or retail at reasonable prices. '" - -
WooosriELD, June 8. J. L. DYE.
M. signed has been appoiuted and qualiued as
Administrator of the estate of Isano Conley, late
oi Monroe county, Ohio, dee'd. Those indebted
to aaid estate will make immediate payment, and
those having claims -will present theia properly
authenticated within -one year.1- - ' -Sept.
6, 1854. - . , ' WM. CONLEY
'i'Sgroiid hi ral;; from
Plaid browii and blue Berber,
:; Bonnet Frames and Crowns, . ''
s ' : pink, Crape and Silk Wir ' s" .
, ; Gnm and JMorocco Walking Shoes,'
' :r,' : Received and for sale' at i
May'lO - - V; ;5 : v KUlRgRiDE'S.'',
ECLEGTIO Reader,-2nd Reader; 3rd" Resd
err4tl Header, 5tli Header. RAY'S. ARITH
METlOi Piris ;2d ; anil 3rd, MITCHELL'S
School.,wGeographyvr PINNEO'S i Gran mara
KlnAHAM $ uttmmtr. s COMSTOCK'S- Phl
losdphr!r, WEBSTER'S i Dictionary.! Metalic
Peuajfaperjlnk.Quiils, Slates, Stc; for Kale at
JXov.SO,, .a r-'.nt. U g.ui-KIRKBRIDE'S.
-'-.--- '' " '- ,- . i wVS
Holland House.
Vb6dsfield; Ohio.;- ;, i
rPHE large and commodious house dn the south
JL- west corner of Main and Main Cross streets,
has been fitted up with new furniture of handsome
and comfortable style, and is now open for the ac
commodation ot eruesis: - The subscriber invites
the patronage of the public; and those who favor
him with their company may be assured of a hos
pitable reception, the best fare, and such comforts
and atteutioua as will make his house compare la
vorably with any others. - Bills moderate. '
July 6,1853.
The Subscriber has just received from Balti
more and f hiladelpfiia, a Large and Splendid
consulting in part of j
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Boots,
Woodsfield, April, 1854.
Bargains!! Bargains!!!
TH B subscriber, by way of addition to the
town of Woodsfield, has caused to be sur
veyed and divided, that excellent tot nf land ad
joining said town, situated on the south part there
of, and west of the road leading to Sietereville;
and he now offers, AT PRIVATE SALE, aud
at low prices,
1Q XOTfia
of convenient size, not excelled as lota for build.
ing or any other purposely any in or adjoining
the town. This is well known to be the most
pleasant and healthy portion of the village, and
a de-inable site fur all who want a comfortable
icme, or a lot good for any other purpose, at a
low price
Those wishing to purchase must apply soon, as
the subscriber intend to close up his affairs this
fall, preparatory to a location elsewhere, aud is
therefore determined, in the above language, to
e uaTgaiua:: oargains:::
JLitten & Morne,
TJtreshing Machine Builders & Repairers.
TTTILL have constantly on hands Macrisrd
IT of all kinds; also Cleaners of the
and latest improvements. . - . -
From past experience we natter ourselves that
we can equal any manufactured in the State.
Persons wishing to purchase Machines will
please give us a call and examine for themselves
All work warranted to pelorm right or no sale
AT T) - AH old Castings and Iron taken in ex-
It X). change for work, for which the highest
price will be given. LITTEN & HORNE.
Sunfish, June 7, 1S54. , , -,
rpHE undersigned have located in the town of
L Woodsfield, for the purpose of carrying on
the business or
, , Cabinet Making, '.
in all its various branches.- They have now en
band a good assortment of Cabinet Ware, which
Ibey will sell at reasonable prices. They will also
make to order : - . r- . . ? i
Bureaus, Tables, Stands, Chairs,
"and all other kinds of work in their line, on short
notice.- They respectfully solicit those in need
of work to give them a call; ;
Woodsfield. May 17. 1864. , ' '
- JLook Here! Look-Here !-
TOTSM.: unt, of (Jlanngton, has taken a
wf partner, and eularged his Shop, and is now
prepared to accommodate the public, on' short no
tice," with : all kinds of work in hie line, Buch as
Mill Irons, Turning Lathes. Wagons, Carls,
: Harrows. Cultivators', Wheel-Burro ws,
Log and Trace Chains, Hoes, Mat
: : locks. Axes, : Cooper's Tools, .- "
. . Edge Tools of all kinds:
Also, a large assortment of Juuiatta and Mis
souri Iron for sale. ; ,' -..i '
v Old scrap iron wrought-and cast taken in
exchange for work. AII kinds of produce taken!
at cash price. .. LITTEN at HIEKNAri .
- - Clarington, June 7. 1854. ; i v . .
No. 143. Main Street, Wheeling, Ya,
BEGS leave to inform his friends and the public
generally that he has just returned from' the
Eaet. and m now receiving the largest and most
desirable? etock of CARPETS. BUGS. OIL
CLOTHS MATTINGS, ate, .- ever offered
in, Wheeling.-.-., The alock has been selected with
great care, from the beat standard of English and
American snake, t , , .
Also, a large and beautiful stock of Curtain
Goods, Gimps, Trimmings, etc., etc., together
with a great variety ot other house lurnmning ar
ticles, all of which will be sold at very low prices
J ;. . ! J.C. HAKBOUK..V
June 7.. . .. No. 143, Main St.
fTtHE undersigned,' thankful for past favors,
X would inform the puhlic that he still contm
ues the business of BUKVlLr iwu. " Me may
be found a part of his time -iu' Woodsfield, and
a part of his time in' Malaga township.
May 18,1R3. ! 1 ."'"
, Lewis BaltzellDatter, T
W TOULD respectfully inform tlie citizens of
V v ' Woodsheld and vicinity, that he has com
menced the Manufacture of HATS, of the best
finish and of the latest styles, which he will sell
at moderate prices. All in want of GOOD
HATS, will please give him a calt. .
All kinds cf furs will be taken fn exchange for
his work. - Hie shop is in -the -building recently
occupied by W . w . Jordan as a tiuner s shop.
Woodsheld Aug. 91. , r : -;
Grave Stone Cutting.
THE - undersigned , has removed to Sunfish
Creek, three-quarters of a mile above Rich
ner's mill, where he is carrying on the business ol
in its various branches. -Those entrusting' their
work to him will have it-done in the neatest aud
most approved style of workmanship, and at mod
erate pricea. ' (Jcj-Marble Grave and Tomb Stones
urnnhed to order V. CAwLrlELU.' -
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Fills, Cholera and Uholic specthc. Vermifuge. &c.
Tbe above form Dr. Fitch 'a treatment of Put'
monary Consumption, Asthma, Heart Disease,
Stc., which baa been ao eminently successful in
relieving aud curing those diseasea. AU the above
remedies are prepared by Dr. F. for his practice,
and warranted good. , His reputation. founded on
success,, win recommend, them to the. afflicted.
who will Bud Dr. Fitcjh's "Guide to the Inval
ids" a valuable book. It is given away at tbe
store of the agents-. . Those sufl ering from falling
of the bowels or womb will find. Dr. F support
er light and pleasant, and fitting perfectly, aud at
tne same time most efficient. The shoulder brace,
also, is light and efficient. The articles alone, or
taken together, are unsurpassed by any article
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P. DUFF, Principal; .Author of Duff's Book.
keeping, etc, rro lessor or Book-Keeping and
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L. H. DALHOFF, Professor of Penmanship.
N. B. HATCH, Esq., member of the Pitts
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His trsining for business comprehends upwards
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A thorough course of business Penmanship
Dailt Lbcturcs on Commercial Law and
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art of making money, fee. - -
Dun's Hook-Keeping, Hsrper's edition, price
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The Official Paper of Congress, and. JYew
, paper for tht ', treople.
Lord Brougham, in his 'Historical Sketches
of Statesmen who flourished in the time 6f George
the Third,' gives some '.remarkable examples.
showing the great lo-s sustained . by England in
tbe history of its statesmen, and of its national
progress, thrdugh the ' imperfect state of parlia
mentary reporting in former times. He opens his
life of Lord Chatham thus : f-. ..''. .'A1'.
'There is hardly any man in modern times, with
the exception, perhaps, of Lord Somers. who
fills so large a space in 'our history, and of whom
we know so little, as Lord Chatham; and yet he
is the person to whom every one -would at once
point, if desired to name the most successful
statesman and most brilliant orator that this Coun
try ever produced. - Of Lord Somen, indeed, we
can scarcely be stud to know anything at all.
That he was a person of unimpeachable integrity.
judge of great capacity and learning, a firm
friend of liberty, but a cautious and safe counsel
or in most difficult emergencies, all are ready to
acknowledge. But the authority which he pos
sensed among his contemporaries, the influence
which his souud snd practical wisdom exercised
over their proceedings, the services which he
was thus enabled to render in steering the Consti
tution safe through the most trying times,' and
saving us from arbitrary power without paying
the priceof our liberties in anarchy and bloodshed;
nay. conducting the whole proceedings ol ' a rev
olutioo with all the deliberation, and almost iu the
forms', of an ordinary legal proceeding, have sur
rounded his name with a mild yet imperishable
glory, which, in the contrast of our datk igno
rance i especting all the particular and details of
his life, gives the figure something altogether
mysterious and ideal. It is now unfortunately too
late, by supplying this information, to fill up the
outline which the meager records of his times
have left us. " But it is singular how much of
Lord Chatham, who flourished within the memo
ry of the present generation, still rests upon vague
tradition. As a statesman, indeed, he is known
to us by the events which history has recorded to
have happened under his administration." Yet
even of his share in .'bringing these about, little
has been preserved of detail So, fragments of
his speeches have been handed down to us, but
these bear so very' smalTa" proportion to the prodi
gious fame which his elnriuence has left behind
it, that far more is manifestly lost than has reached
us:-while of his written composition but afew
letters have hitherto been given to tbe world
'The imperlec't slate of parliamentary reporting
is the great cause of this blank. ' ' ' '
. What Somers and Chatham have lost in" fame
by the oblivion of all. the masterly efforts of their
minds which, wielding the pnwer of Parliament,
conducted the' march of the Government during
their connection with ft; the history of. the nation
has also lost for want of the-vigor and verity, the
clearness, the.ireshueas and beauty with which its
events and their causes miht have been, pre
served In the luminous eloquence of Its orators,
1 he great men who' Conducted our revolution
ary struggle in "the 'Continental Congress, have
left no history behind them of the views and
events which had their birth in Jtbeir debates, ex
cept in the meager formula of a journal. The
fervid feeling ot the hour, f lie impelling circum
stances,, the aigiiineiit, the , eager ' controversy
which set the subject in every variety of light
passed away with, the breath that gave ihem nt
teranee; and men who were not surpassed, in. the
opinion ol Lord Chatham, by 'the master states
men or the world,' have bequeathed to posterity
nothing oi the eloquence which guided our Na
tional Council but the 'shadow of a name."' He.
cent publications show how giaphic history be
comes when the actors in it speak, for themselves,
and events as tbey emerge stamp themselves on Hs
page. Congress has .now taken 'care that this
sort of genuine; history shall fall from, the press,
full and perfect, day by day; and thus every pub
lic man will make his own' history, and blend it
imperlshabry with that nf his country. -
The Congressional (zlohe aud Appendix is so
voluminous that-it can only be read.by our busy
countrymen partially during its. progress. , Some
are interested in one measure, some in another.
Different sections took for the most part to the ac
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cerns of ene frequently possessing no interest for
the rest; and amidst the mass it is difficult for each
section, or individual, to get at the special matter
most interesting to them. To obviate this, and
enable all to get at a glance a general view of the
entire proceedings of Congress, and to fix their
attention on what suits their particular views, I
will publish in future, in addition to the Daily
Globe and the Congressional Globe and Appen-
V-Mr u j f , M CH,lt4,n-
" ' " " . c ""TJ ""F1"
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arranging the names of the speakers pro and con,
and presenting the points discussed aud leading
arguments on each side, somewhat in themudein
which forensic briefs are prepared . This paper
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OLTING CLOTHS, made of the. best qn'.'i.
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Jno; M KirkBsRipe Wj v -, .
l o t ::; SIMPSON HOLXTSTE1?. 1
April zl. 1803..-- bf? t 3d fJertftal' Agef5fS
v,j . i. 'J ' J '! '.'Tiithii iriJk.
A . FULL strpptjr of the fnUp wln celebnteil
IX. Medicine, for at ' KtrkbrideV Medical
uepor: jayne t.,apectocnt; JayiweV AfrerMiv
TOWNSEND'SSarsaparitla. BR AlfPS Pulaab
nary oaisam. uranfs nmfytnff Extract CsAflt
SELLERS' Liver Pills. SeUeve'lmDMtal CaS.
Syt up. Sellers Vermifuga-V FREY'S Versjaifvefl
RAD WAV'S Ready Relief. RadwiyV lleniv"?
ing Resolvent, RadwayViMedic'ateJSoap tK
way s Circassian, ,ijairw PITCH'S ilkil iailSaHf
j ay no uirmiMiivt .Jay qi's yapsn
Jayne a Sanative Pills, Jayne's AjutePiMs.
Hair Tonic. ' ROG E R S ' Li iarwnrl': ...
supporters, r icn s snquldec Hraces, Fitch
monary Balsam,', Fitches Pectoral ExpectorssU
FUch's Depurattte Syrtfp'.'Frtch VPiltoTLInimesii?
Ointment, i he ', a tut. M-W AIL ACE'tf
Fluids Wallace's Galvanid sSahrej BRYAtrsV
Pulmonic Walers. . M'ALISJER'S -Omtaaeal
Mexican Mustang, Liniment. HOOFLANOSL -German
-Bitters.' ' LOUIXJN'S' Female Oixiiv .
Loudon Remedy for Piles, Leudoor's Ague PRk? '
uuuu.... . ...... p.. vwpwiwtj. wimwwiiiirimffy . ,
Heating- Salve, .London's. Cherpkee -LinrsivtV - '
LOudon'a Indian Exuecloran4-Loud..i.,a HairXs. '-: -i . ;
nie, Loudon's ToriitVermiftigV " AYER'S Cfee." ':.ii
Loudon's Indian seauva uPtlMti Xou4.HS oAllV
me, Loudon's TonicTermifuge" " AYEk'SCa?-
ry Pectoral, FARRELL'S Arabran llmant?' -
X boxes Ueimao HoapS-dai Oleotsi Osisle fSsjtj
Also the usual variety of other Patent tfa4t4dsjfst '
i TTACHME!T.At ylnawcsV
'jffi. ment was issued, on the 3d day f Ocfeetr
1854, by John M. Uinoey, a'Justiee of ihe P aa,
of Wahiiiglon'Towriship, Monroe eoity..
bcan.t ik. nttiil, rh.ll.lt' n.Kt. Arrlit.. -
and effects ol George W: Poweieftttsrt. .i .':,5, li
of said county, for thesusatof ; fits; dx" VsV -Uwrt; t .
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