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pre ven the approach of every .btruderî' To what place of safety have they been âccompa n.ed» Are all of those who have refused " to bçtray the trust confided 1 m them by the mur derera of Morgan « rewarded in life by the tes timony of their consciences ? 1 And in death will the 120 ° signers of the masonic "déclara tion publicly avow their approbation of their conduct, being best acquainted with the mer its of such actions? Let every man judge for himsi-lf, taking into consideration the time when the above extracts were published, and the fact that the editor of the Courier was then and still is a high zealous mason, what object the editor had in view in thus proclaiming tne hon or which masons award to those who assisted the violators of the laws to escape punishment Maine free Prêts. . at Departed this life in il/ifflmton, some time in Febuaty last, the 44 Juniata Telegraph," Ve ty prematurely, as it was only 4 or 5 months old. We feel our inability to do any thing likc justice to the meritorious acts of the de-i teased- It was first conceived and brought 1 forth by Châties W. Kelao, Esq. Attorney La>v, of said town, and was intended to prop up the sinking cause oi bis p.xceilency George Wolf, Governor of Pennsylvania; in its first hreath it asked that its 44 lever" might only find, he a place whereon to rest ta -AW. a „d would 'raise the world, this humble supplica-.assiduously tion has been denied from some cause or other the the 44 lever' and " fulcrum' arc now both loot- ply cd un in the jaw, of death, or in the hands of , up ill ill .1 _ • . , Uet and the sheriff; and that the world should he rais- j ie fd by such a machine, we alwayé doubted.— a In its last illness its father and founder shook Mm self off, or denied the parentage, and skul ! ' ' . . . » ' • ked out at the hack door in compa y *ti 14 Pur Jon ' and 44 Blackstone, and another little tail to it, such as Deputy Prosecuting Attorn ev 4 for Juniata county, &c. very ptudcntlv cle termining to procure an bo res, living by these assistants y in connection with a macmnei y on a small scale, for manufacturing 44 bullet moulds. The unpopularity of George Wolf in Ï oniatn . ' of the founder countv. or tiie impoputal itv ot the the 44 1 cîcgraph, one oi the othei must ha\e na been the cause of the failure of the paper, or.j perhaps both conspired to seal the death wat* rant and we should have discharged our duty,« ram, anci we snu uu b m noticing this decease long ago, li we nau not been living in hrtpes that the proceeds ol c j the bullet factorif would have enabled the pro prietor to 4 raise the wind' again. We shall P i j ^ miiir*. nfi'u-mmT with conclude our last notice.ot t.ic paper, witn ^ first: sic transit glofJKt mum/t. Juniata Gabelte t We perceive that the Jackson and Clav par ties in Conneticut, have nominated the same individuals for the offices of Governor. Lieut. 'Governor and Treasury; and still they raise the erv , 1 Coalition 1 ! ! ! Oh, thou modest maiden ! Del,( Delhi N. T.) Republican. A SIGN!! TTTAHT now our Haxall's f'plen Ricii^ond, Mafch 31. «lid new mill was, for the first time, put into full operation yesterday. It Is #reeled on the site of the old one, which was burnt down a bout 18 months ago, rtnd has been about a vear in building, at ah expense of S45.0Ö0.— It runs ten pair of stones, and c:tn manufacture 400 bbls. of flour a day Our, rtdllers and mill wrights pronounce it one of the most perfect mills in this or any other couhtry. and the fioUr it manufactures is very superior —Whig* the wc ny. cal ed ly to When the rights atid liberties of otir citizens tu-rnmc a nuestion before the public, where is the voice, tbat is not rcadv to rrv out against the vioiaters. Georgia has imprisoned two free horn citizens or the United States, and in tie fiance of the decision of the_ highest .l"' bc ' al trihi.nal of our Government has refused to re tnbiinai right, of our citi len8e v,T; r die« o "he Constitwion, in defi zens. of justice, trampled upon, •it expected e people? Or was he pla-j ced in the S chait- of state, merely to blow th ^! c ' of Reform, and to establish a svstem wovernnenttased upon .be principle of - rewaJd^nd puntahmen,.'? Was hej P^ .Wc tonerformthe will of tbe people, or |f ht onty subject to the interests and aKpand.^e ",2t of I Parmi Let the friends ofthe Con stilution and of equal rights, answer these ques^ tions at the P°^° Republican , h . -in hority of some of the pastenger. on' Council It is stated before the Legislative rtf Florida, that the Seminole Indians are in a state of great want within their boundary, in somuch that thev have lately quitted the lim its assigned them in considerable numbers, and roaming at large among the white scttle The governor had despatched an gent to investigate the matter. are a . • Commerce of Lake Erie— In the debate in Congress on the bill making appropriations for internal improvements. Mr. Whitt,esev s a ted that while in 1810 there were hut 10 %e« sels on Lake Eric, there were now 100;. and that it was navigated l.v 100,000 persons annu The shipping which entered Buffalo las was 7Ü.OOO tons. ol! y ■ year, boat'd qfthe Steam Boat Potander which arri ved at tM. place on Sunday last, that thé Steam Boat Brandywine, of Nashville Tennessee, her way up from New Orleans was destroyed by five, and that from 75 to 80 passengers have been burnt to death. The accident occurred about 25 miles above Memphis, it is said that the five was communicated to the boat from some carriage wheels, which were packed in straw, and stowed near the furnace, on e * TJ,c -Atâff Tribe- of this City have lately expelled another member for 'unmasonic' conduct. Wesmilc \ the idea of unmasonic conduct being reputed repre hcnsible. Truth,temperance, morality, and every o ther virtue may be considered unmasonic in every ac- a fromthc r £ in this nlacc in fMr^mnths^incV^vith ^wliom'ie'wcre »11 acquaintc j. The delinquent was charged with <un masonic conduct,'but net feeling satisfied with this in °. f r '. h «on nn r C0U ld not he given. Several members of lodge froid which ht* had been expelled, relue tantiy acknowledged that hia moral character could not impeached- This concession was made In the pre td observed, and scrupulously performed alt the moral and social duties of a good citizen?—Rut re ply the crafc, brother Fitlon was guilty of 'unmasouic as conduct.' •Summe., s' werei repeatedly handed .ent, and thrown to him, to attend our midnight cabalsj but ie refused to obey.* 'He also refused to swear to half dozen or more falsehoods daily, concerning certain 'disclosures,*—the charrctcr and object of the masonic institution,>&c. && Furthest! reasons we expelled him from'King Solomon's Temple,* ns an 'unworthy vagabond.* He was also a Moralist, ahd consequently would not unite with us in chanting the following sen timental, Chaste and spirited chorus; 'Landlord bring a rt?»hogslicud, "ÄTÄ 1 so«,Id, Kach Mason here will face it,' Mr. Fitton rationally and judiciously preferred the endearing enjoyments of the domestic circle,—an e of''vening's repose In the bosom df his family^a peace ^ con.cience, toall the loose, baccha j}an revel y , all the profane rites, and all the sense CS8 nmmmcry of one of the most accursed nocturnal cabals, that ever disgraced the name of humanity. It worthy of particular remark'that acting in confor unity to the dictates of these honest preferences, or convictionSt is an offence of sufficient magnitude, toex U( ] e any individual from the enjoyment xot masonic privileges. Mhsonrv ithppHoil«i1v demands of herdev otccs an unqualified sacrifice ôf all conscientious sent pics, ami an implicit obedience to lu*r soyclcign man ^ g Any per son, who attaches himself to thb Mu. sonic Institution, and refuses to yield this nomage at icr shrine, mav expect to be the subject of her vindic tive hatred and dire vengeance. Pittsburgh Times. WHMIWQTOW ßXPOaiTOH. TrWayi May 4, lftâi Democratic Anti-masonic Candidate TOR PRESrDBWT, WILLIAM WIRT, MASTSASa. FOB VTOïl PRESIUTOT Amos bllmakbr, 6v TKNNSTivASIA. *21 of That Procmasonrv has received its death wound » the United States, (if nor in the whole civilized wc have an abundance of thb most conclusive testimo ny. The'Handmaid' is viewed with suspi large and intelligent portion of the community, who, although conscientiously opposed to engaging in politi cal controversies and turmoils, will efficiently aid in exterminating the 'fell monster.' These sentiments we deduce from the following premises;—-That Freema sonry lias been most thoroughly and effectually inves tigated; and that this investigation has indelibly stamp upon it a character, every 1 feature of which is blark with crime, guilt und infamy- Secondly : that the facts elicited by this investigation have been pretty générait circulated throughout the Union, accompanyed with evidence that no miqd cah resist. Thirdly: that conviction is an involuntary assent of the mind to any truth, upon the presentation of proper evidence .'-»-And finally, every honest man must act in conformity to the dictates of such convictions, upon any subject. 1 f th 'se inferences be correct, who can doubt of the eventual triumph of cur good cause. Can it be considered even problematical, whether or not, a number of sworn con snivntors, comprising less titan the one sixteenth of the population of mu* country, shall much longer continue to trample upon the rights and privileges of the remai- e ning fifteeti-MXteèhths with impunity? Thin question will, erelong, be nuswo «l ta» voice tliat.wiM pros 7 l Mjï^tytaï 5 ^ P AmiWta&îtTi?^ FHFjEMEN sliall perform her Funeral rites, & chant her departing reqinuhi. - A brief notice of the destruction of the «team-boat brandwine; with the greater portion of her passengers, pàv C b ju(t U rcci™èd an lihiopaper, which! in noticing tto eatastrophe; givefe tire following account. AWFUL CALAMITY. We k . arn f rom a Postscript in the Cincinnati C(72r( , f of 7 hursday Ust. that the Steam-bost Brandvwine, Capt. Hamilton, caught fire on h< _ evcn ; n „ 0 f the 9t h inst. above memphis, on . ssi ,a pp i river; and before she could be tbe „„"tr'm.ny of the passengers lost their f p r e ci ^ita.ihg themselevs into the riv . , t cintinnati, report, thnt the mifn her on hoard amounted to 200 or 230; and , t on i y 75 we rc found alive next morn ^ They à lso state that, at the time of the ^ident, the" boat wasracingwUh the Hudson, and ,h at . after having S opped for a short time Jo maVe some repairs , a targe quantity of roe ; n W g, thrown into the furtiaces.as she was set dll ^ upder wa V' ^mnie^Sîwv'aving I the'chimne-s! whence, the wind being high •id) l»v ed a is [From the N. Y. Journal of Commerce] LATEST FROM EUROPE. A little after 7 o'clock last evening, we re ceived our papers by the packet ship Sheffield, Capt. Hack staff, via: London to March 7th 8 r Liverpool to the 8 th, both inclusive. The most important intelligence is the landing of the French troops at Anconà, and the rapid spread ef the Cholera in London. Emigration .-—Great numbers of the most a iniable and intelligent farmers ol Cornwall are preparing to depart for the shores of Ameri ca._ West Times The tide of emigration from this neighbor- b hocid to the United States has set in very pow- a erfully- Fifteen families, most bt them in in dependent circumstances, will set off in a few days in one body. The freight from Liver pool is £2 per head, exclusive ol provisons Nottingham Review. Uilston, Feb 28_A most dreadful acci dent happened in this town this morning. A bout 10 o'clock the boiler attached to the screW P 51?"^ of j 1 *""! Hawkesfords 1 burst. \ he boil « r was P laced almost close to a part of the manufactorv, and at the time of explosion there were in this building about fifty persons a t work, men, \vomen and children, the build-* in S immediately filled with the steam, and »11 that were In it, with a few exceptions, were ™ more or less dreadfully scalded. Nea'rly all the inhabitants of the town were very soon up- 'he the spot; the roof of tlie factory soon f.ll in *<=d and men are now employed in pulling down other parts of the building, 8 t searching amongst j the ruins for persons that are missing March 2_A Coroner's inquest was held d f of five of the supers from this dreadful explosion—of six or eight of those - still surviving hut little hope was éntertainei ,or as lo t Heir recovery, CHOLERA MOIIBUS. The total number of cases up to the 6 ih March in that capital was 300—deaths 178 — Consequently, more than half the cases proved fatal. The total number of cases, ujrto the date of our List accounts (Feb. 29th) was iSO —deaths 01 . The returns of March I t give *21 new cases, and 15 deaths. A/arch 2d,—23 new cases; 13 deaths. iVarth 3d,—29 new cases; 13 deaths. March 5th. two days— from most of the districts.—45 new leases: 21 ! deaths. 71/arch Gth,—4'3 new cases; 2fi deaths, A case of Cholera has occurred at Bris tol. A correspondent of the London Times Says:— Eighteen young fema'es in the- /Varleyhone ith a disorder presen syntptons of the cholera— and coldhess of the surfiice and Dr. worKhouse were sieved ling § 0 me of th namely, vomiiii The reigning terror converts these symptoms into those of the Asiatic cholera, ents are all copiously bled in of an inflammatory fever, and without exhibiting the true signs. On post mOrtem examination, a portion of the bowels was found like a piece of.scarlet, the lining* membrane thickened an pulpy from inflanm tion, and certain appearences on its surface, which left no doubt that the disease was enter inflammation of the botVels. A Cold the to ry f E.P C. The pati tliis cold stage of them dies ,r r r 0 mm 0 ns. House ot commons. ,, . * * coming impatient, and much excitement exist e d on both sides. # % London. March G. —An alarming threat has bc( . n ,h rmV n out that, ill the event of the re foi-m bill .passing, a considerable bodv of the most illustrious of the Peers, headed by no less immaculate a patriot than the Duke ot cum " berland, are to hind themselves bÿ fin oath never to tnter t fi e doors of Parliament again, j this be the case, we humbly submit to the Ministers and to the country, ijrhether It firoujd no t he better to abandon the bill at Once, rain than incur so certain and calamitous dloss or drive several Dukes to the odious f staying fit home, and keeping out of m.sch.et. IHr.L. A IN U. , Ireland coiitinues agitated, as Usual. A immense assembly convened in Dublin March ist, to consider the subject of pet.tior.lh 8 whole;political Union* and put forth hia P r ° rn ' 8 ^ 1 address to the people' of re jpe :ject of tithes. On Tuesday it Ç . tels out for Kilkenny, where the a,size. mcnce on Wednesday,; the 7«h ih.b «TTSOUEltÄNk A WILMINGTON & SUSQUE A RAILROAD. ^ tbis^ompaUy were o^icmtd'tbis day, (tit iriètiji this city at the house of JohnM. Smith, and ith, stage always ushers in an acute internal inflam mation; and all the other 17 children present ed the cold initiatory stage, and were bled— Some of them nearly perished, ahd are hardly yet out of danger» but every one of them after wards exhibited the most unequivocal dence of gastro entiritis » or inflammation of the stomach and bowels, as evinced by fever, sick ness, exquisite tenderness at the pit of the stomach and bowjds, as evinced by fever, sick ness, exquisite tenderness at the pit of the stomach, and other symptoms which I need not evi— enumerate The Reform Bii.l still lingered in the Its advocates were be be shares be subscribed. We confidently believe that the whole amount of stock will be taken, within the time mentioned. We trust, that our fellow eitizfchs of Wilmington and vicinity will not hold back, on this occasion, from an enter prize which promises so much benefit to their immediate interests. We wish to guard against a spirit of speculation, and lor that purpose, it is desirable, that the stock should be widely diffused among those who have a primary in terest in the accomplishment of the work. It would not look well for the character of our ci , . # ma J. or part of the stock of this section the great line of rail-road extending from New to Baltimore and the Ohio, should b ®.? ake ? in Philadelphia, wherr, we understand a 1,beraI subscription will be made, ' Del. Journal '. s 3a,d tbat tbe receipts fro« the use of the _Baltimore -ma Ohio Rail-Road, now exceed PIVE HUNDRED botLARs per day —while the "pm*" »re certainly lent than half that sum* —8 ,° 'hat the nett daily income t. nearly, and P r °h»bly by the 1 st of April, will be quite, ahd Jw a P* £ P/ pecially from tra\ elling» increases, without *J- v * or at most, à coitopdratively Small increase expense-—Hagerstown Press, Tbe Ö ji t j^ 1 . NaV 3? consists of 133 vessels, ™ oun, ' n lj 3549 gUnspexçlusiv« of yachts, tert "era. steam-packets, and vessels employed in 'he revenue service. The amount apptnpria *<=d by Parliament for. the navy during 1831, was • 65,248 dollar s. T . , . * he United States Government nas conciu f d a treaty with the Wyandot Indians, in O . ,or It,ollar zocts. per acre, Vessels arriving at Bosion, frbm any part of " ' put under quarantine, on ac count of the Yippenrance of the Cholera in Lon don. Great Britain, FOR SALE AT Pdward Bringhurst's ZZ'm<!Yil.TJlS:37L71 .V U&ESim DRUG A NIT CHEMICAL STORE North Cornev of Mbrkct and Hanover Streets THE CELEBRATED COMPOUND CHLORINE TQOTH WASH For Cleansing and preserving the TEETH and GUMS, and cleansing the MOUTH. Dr. John J. I2 eint mans Patent Elastic Pad TRUSS. This Truss has been hi hly recommended by some of the most distinguished Surgeons in the United States, and is considered superior to any that ha- been invented. Reference to * G.McCLELLAN.M.D. Professor of Surge ry in Jefferson College Philadelphia. EUKRLE, M. D. Professor in the Ohio Medical Collbgc (Cincinatti) late ofPhil'a. E.P \TLKK, M.D.; G.F.KLINGEL.M.D* C. NOBLE M.D..H- KLAPP.M.D. J. UH LER, M. D. E. BUCK. M .D. Afcmbèrs of the Philadelphia Medical Society. ANDREW j. shaud Bnrhpr & HairdreSSef, Te spectfullv informs his friends an > the , ra q v t j, at continues to wait upon «„of business, at ko. next door «o' J. flring burst's Chemical Store, where he hopes by a aftejitlon tQ j,,, occupation, to merit and ftfifcRe ä liberal share of the pubbe; patronage, fr A general assortment of Perfumery kept constant y on an . REW j SHADD, SUPERIOR IMPROVED OIL OF SPRUCE FOR MAKING Manufactured in he City of BOSTON by G. JONËS. Patentee. One Bottle of thi. Oil i« sufficien- to make 12 Gallons of Beer. Price only 15 Cents. JE JIBS LUYIMEJVT. FOR RHF.ÜMA+ISM, CHILBLAINS, BRUISES, SPRAINS* NUMBNESS, STIFFNESS IN THE JOINTS, &c. bo. ITCH OINTMENT. / I for the ITCH. It does lphur,antl may An effectual reme not contain either mercury or be applied with perf ct safety. liberal discount made to retailers. NOTICE. The partnership heretofore existing between ISAAC HUES find JOHN F. HARRISON this dav dissolved by mutual consent. All was persons indebted to. or having demands a gainst the Firm, will apply to ISAAC HUES, who is fullv au ho ized to settle all the unfin ished business, and close the accounts. ISAAC HUES. JOHN F- HARRISON, n, May 1st, Î 832 .