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									                                                                                   GNAL OF L I B E R T Y .
                                                                                      The inviolability of individual Rights, is the only security of Public Liberty.

         T.Foster, ) _,.
         G. Beckley. \ Edltors-                                                                                      ANN ARBOR, MONDAY, MAY 29, 1843.                                                                                                                                       S Volume 3 , IVo. 5.
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THE SIGNAL OF LIBERTY                                    plume. His noble charger was set off with gor- M R . W E B S T E R O N
                                                         geous bridle and stirrups richly gilt after the
                                                                                                                                                        P E A C E .                   From the New Genesee Farmer.        MORAL AND P A T H O L O G I C A L
     Will be published (v ry Monday morning, ii> Turkish fashion, and enveloped in trappings ol
Ann Arnor, Wusluenaw County, Michigan, by azure blue, the tint of the Itatinn sky. which al-
                                                                                                                    The New York Chamber of Commerce re-
                                                                                                               cently waited upon Mr. Webster, in that city,
                                                                                                                                                                                    THE       FARMER.
                                                                                                                                                                         Of all the conditions of men, and I have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               E F F E C T S OF G A M B L I N G .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Jna late sitting of the Royal Academy of Med-
the Executive Committee, FOR THK MICHIGAN so was the prevailing color of his liveries.— •\o express its high estimation of his services, niugled with every variety, I believe in t-utfi cine, M. Gtsc read a memoir on the above mel-
STATK ANTI-SI.AVKKY SOCJKTY.                             Above this fantastic but dazzling attire, he wore, in the negotiation of the late treaty with Great •hat none is so independent as that of an indus- ancholy subject. This torrible passion or propen-                                               For the Signal of Liberty.
                                                         in cold weather, a magnificent pi-lisse of" dark Britain. That negotiation,' says the President rious, frugal and sober farmer—none affords sity, is not so much out of the boundary of the                               MEANS OF INCREASING WEALTH.
     BECK LEY & FOSTER, Vvn USHERS.                      green velvet, lined and fringed with the richest Of the Chamber, 'had lor its object, the final ad-                                                              nedical philosopher's si tidy, as, at first sight,         MESSRS Eurrons:—In your paper of the 22nd
                                                         sables, When he rode beside Napoleon, habited justment of the longstanding us well as intricate more means of contentment and substantial en- t may appear. Whatever raises a storm of con-
     TEKMS.—Two Dollars per annum, in advance. alter his simple fashion, in this theatrical cos- and important questions, and this object has been oyment—none where the education ha-j not liciing passions in the human mind, must in- ihts. I was gratified to see sorno editorial re-
 Two dollars and fifty cents will bo required, if tume, it appeared a living image of splendid fol- successfully accomplished, on terms thai arc jeei! neglected, presents better opportunities duce a corresponding tumult in the organic func- marks on the important subject of Association.
 hot paid lill the expiration of six months.              Iy contrasting with the naked majesty of thought. deemed alike honorable and satisfactory: while or moral and intellectual improvement—none ions. and thus lead lo violent disorders, fatal Although they are not as favoiable as the friends
     fjir TEN COPIES will bo forwarded to one And with whatever sentiments the fantastic inag- the spirit of mutual concession and conciliation calk more loudly for religious gratitude—none diseases, and not seldom to self destruction. — of the system could have wished, still some im-
 Post Office, for one year, for FIFTEEN DOL- nificence of the King of Naples might be regar- that was manifested on that occasion, have serv- s suited to give a more lively and deeper im- M. Gasc conceives thai the propensity of gamb-
 LARS, if paid in advance, and at one time.               ded on peaceful parades, they yielded to an in- ed to enhance the value ol the benefits conferred, pression of the goodness of God.                             ling takes its source in two of the most domi- portant points are conceded. You admit you
     No paper discontinued until all arrearages are voluntary feeling of respect when his white plume in the establishment ol friendly intercourse be-                                                                    nant passions of the humtin heart—self love and "think favorably of it asa means of increasing
                                                          was seen, like that of Alexander ihe Great, ev- tween two kindred nations, on a basis of assured                Some years since, in one of the most rug-          lj interest. Hence he acconni1} for the habits
paid.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             wealth.'' Tho fact here admitted is a demonstra-
                 TERMS OF ADVEllTISTKiG.                  er foremost in the ranks of war, plunging into confidence and permanent iranquiliiy.'                        ged parts of New Hampshire, among its crag- ol gambling in all eges and in all nations, sav- ted truth; the deve'opment of which commen-
     For one square, one insertion, 5) cents.              the thickest of the hostile ranks, regn.-dtess oi        'Gentlemen,' replies Mr. Webster, ?|n tbe gy cliffs and rude, bold mountains, I was trav- age or civilized. Hence, too, says he, the total
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          inutility of ihe lectures of the divine, the exhor- ces a new era in the history of industrial and so-
         «• " each subsequent insertion, 20 cents. a never failing cannon balls for he was beheld re- progress of ihe civilized world, great changes elling on horseback, and came suddenly upon tations of tho philosopher, and the penal stat-
                                                          the shower of
                                                                             mark: or when
                                                                                             which it formed
                                                                                                                have been wrought by commercial intercourse, a plain and moss-covered cottage in the very
     Legal Advertising by the folio.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              cial roform. An Association, by its first year's
                                                           •urnirfg lrohra charge, his sabre dripping wet by the general advancement in civilization, and,                                                                utes of the legislator,in stemming the evil! In de-
     Terms of Advertising by the year or quarter with the blood of the Cossacs, whom in the im- above all, by the benign influences of the Chris- bosom of a valley, where the brave settler picting t'te effects of gaming on the animal econ- labor, quadruples tho value of its domain. It is
           known at the office.                            petuosity of overflowing courage, ho had chal- tian religion. And these changes i re ac clearly had planted himself on a few acres of land omy, M. Gnsc exhibits the gamester a prey, al- a superior means of increasing wealth, because
                  Remittances and Communications lenged and slain in single combat.—Allison's indicated by the subjects on which nations now- which nlonc seemed capable of cultivation.— ternately, (o delirious joy, despair, and rage.— it has ai command united capital, united skill and
should be addressed, Post paid,                           History                                               adays treat, as by any other marks or proofs Every thing about the residence bespoke in- It i3 no wonder that the tremendous shocks talents; united labor; united interests; a.tyiiiv
     QCrSicvAi. OK LIBERTY; Ann Arbor,                                                                                                                                                                                     which the brain and                          receive
                                                                                                                 whatever. In ages past, treaties were merely al- dustry and care. Being fatigued, I stopped in these paroxysms, nervous system must destroy of aim; and economies immensely great. When
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    should frequently
                                                                                                                 liances made for purposes of war, or as defences to ask refreshments for myself and horse.— the intellectual faculties and thus lead, as they
                                                                                      From the Messenger.       against war, or merely as compacts against the A hale young girl of about 15, bareheaded actually do, to imbecility, insanity, and even nine tenths of the cost, an operation are saved,
                                                                         NEWSPAPERS.                            strong for the defence of the weak, or against and barefooted, but perfectly modest and court- furious mania. It is in the approaches to these the economy with which ii 13 conducted may well
                                                               Newspapers are beneficial to the country.— crowns and successful princes, and for preserving eous, with all the ruddiness of Hebe, and all conditions, that the frequent acts of suicide are be pronounced immense. Such is the economy
     T H E       V I L L A G E       C H U R C H .                                                               what WHS considered in former days, the 'balance
                                                          They may be widely diffused at little ex of power.' Treaties in our own day, assume a the ntmbleness and vigor of Diana, went im- committed. The circulating system often suf- of many of the operations carried on in Associa-
              BY THE KEY. J. W. CUNNINGHAM.               pense. They contain a great variety of matter new character. Not that these subjects are ex- mediately for an armful of hay and a measure fers in these direful conflicts of the passions, and tion: And never, gentlemen, have you thought
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           aneurisms and other diseases of the heart, are
                                                          and style.        Something in reference to al- cluded altogether: not that they are not often in- of oats for my horse; and then kindly spreat not seldom traced to the gambling table. But with a better view of the science of Political
      I love (he ivy mantled toicer,                      most all the departments of useful, and orna-          uoduced; but a new class of subjects have arisen a table with a cloth as white as the driven no parts of the animal economy suffer more di- Economy than when you "think favorably of it
                                                                                                                 from the influences ol Christianity, and have
        Rock'd bv the storm, of thousand years;
     The grave, whose melancholy flower                   mental learning, is found in their columns.— been introduced into the relations of Govern- enow, and a bowl of pure milk and brown rectly and equivocally than the organs of diges- as a means ot increasing wealth." But you ar-
                                                                                                                                                                        bread for his rider. I never enjoyed a mea! tion—partly from the tortures of the mind.which
         Was nourisli'd by a martyr's tears.              The news they con ey, is interesting, as well ment. These are commercial regulations, anc more; and offered the family pay for their                                                                                     rive at conclusions upon which I crave the privi-
     The sacred ycic so feared in wnr.                    for its freshness, as for its importance and d'.- arc for the adjustment of such questions as arise hospitality; but they steadily refused, saying destroy appetite and suspend digestion at once— j I c e of makin
                                                                                                                                                                        hositlit       b t th    tdil       f d       i                                                                                      few remarks.Your conclusions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and partly from the stimulating potations which are contained in the following paragraph:
         Which like the sword to David given,             versity. Through the medium of newspapers from the intercourse of different nations, and es that I was welcome. I was not willing thu                             the gamester swallows to support his courage ro
     Inflicted more thun human sc;ir.                                                                          i pecially arc they of service, in preventing th
                                                          we continue our knowledge of old friends, and cruelty and barbarism which were so frequent u to tax their kindness, and therefore took out i                                                                                 • ; But we apprehend the inclination of a portion
         And lent 'o man the arms of heaven.                                                                                                                            8 piece of money to give to one of the chil- '
                                                          form a pretty correct idea of die state and pros- former ages.                                                                                                                                                            of community to prey on the rest, will not be
      I love the organ's joy. us swell,                   pects of society near, and all abroad. They sound          Gentlemen, a? I have said, treaties were for dren that stood near. "No," said the pa-                        ENERGY OF CHARACTER.                              evercome by a change of circumstances. It had
         Sweet echo of (he heavenly ode;                                                                          mcrlv entered into, wars waged, immense treas- rents, " h e must not take it; we have no use                   Energy of character is the philosopher's stone
                                                           the note of alarm on approaching danger. When ures exhausted, and torrents of blood poured out for money here." "Heaven be praised,'' paid of this life, and should be engraven on each heart. iis origin in a drpruvzd heart. While the incli-
      I love the cheerful village bell,                    men betray designs, odious in ihcir nature, and to maintain the balance of power among the na
         Faint emblem of the call of God.                                                                                                                                  "that I have found a people without ava- It is that which has peopled the temple of fame; nation to evil of any kind exists, ways of gratify-
                                                           baneful in their execution, like faithful sentinels, tions of the earth, that is, to keep the strong rice.                                                        that which has filled the historic pages with great ing the selfish propensities of men will be discov-
      Waked by the sound I bent my feet,
         I bid my swelling sorrow case!                    their warning voice exhibits the moral deform- from oppressing the weak; and this security                      Now here were these humble people, with names, and the civil and military world; that ered. Besides, the very contiguity ofa thousand
                                                                                                                  against oppression by ihe powerful, the weak                                                               which has brought a race barbarism,drawn
      I do but touch the mercy seat.                       ity of these characters—obviates the meditated sought to obtain by alliances, by armies, by for- a home which, if it were burned down to-day, the veil from science, and developed the won- persons 10 each other, which is highly favorable
         And hear the still small voice of peace.                                                                                                                       their neighbors would re-build for them to- drous powers of nature. It makes men great
                                                           mischiefs, and proves a benefaction to millions.— eign subsidies, and by military aid. But, thanks morrow—with clothing made from their own                                                                               for moral and intellectual advancement, is also
      And as ihe ray of evening fades,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      or last it brings
                                                           Newspapers are always on the table, in the chair, to the civilization of the ai;e. thanks to the com- flocks by their own hands—with bread enough and men rich. First would have been success. well adapted to the luxuriant growth of the social
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Without it, Webster                         a New
          I love amidst the dead to stand:                                                                        mercial intercourse of civilized nations, &- thanks
                                                           or on the floor. They are forever on hand;-- especially to the Christian religion, which has and beef, pork, butter cheese, milk, poultry, Hampshire lawyer: T. Ewing would have been bllics and vices."
      Whore in ihe altar's deepeni- p shades,              hence one cannut fail to take ihsm up and read, beon so influential over ihe minds of men, and eggs, &c. in abundance; a good school for 6 a Buck-eye salt boiler, ar.d Benjamin Franklin                                     The circumstances which now create "the in-
         I seem to meet the ghostly band;                   more or less. They strengthen and confirm a tiie spirit of ihe times, another instrument sha months in the year, where their children prob- ! a journeyman printer, x Without it Demosihe- clination of a portion of community to prey on
      One comes—oh mark his sparkling eyes,                                                                                                                                                                                   nes would have stammered on to his grave, and
          The light ol L'lory kindles there;               fondness for reading, where it exists; and been devised for maintaining this balance of pow- nbly learned morp, because they knew the va- ' Cincinnatus died a common soldier; Shakspeare he rvst" are—
                                                                                                                  er, far beyond, and infinitely above all the ar- lue of time, than those who were driven to
      Another—hear his deep drawn sigh—                    where it does not, they inspire that fondness, as mies and navies of the earth. That instrument school every day in the week, and every week would have been shot for poacrrng: Pope died                                       1st. A portion of community is born in the
          Oh! 'tis the sigh of dumb despair.               by stealth, in spite of one's original indifference is moral power—thcjulgment of mankind: All in the yenr—with a plain religious meeting on selling tape; Roscie lived selling beer "by the sphere of destitution and misery, and educated to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               small;" and Napoleon gone out of the world
      Another treads the shadowy aisle,                     upon the subject. Thus, those many vacant the nations of the earth would view with indig- Sunday, where, without ostentation nnd pa-                                              l      Wi it each one his               idleness and crime. Children born and educated
         1 kno-w him—.tis my siinteJ sire—
                                                           hours are profitably spent at home, which other- nation, now, any such atteirrpt on the part of rade, they meet their neighbors, to gather the a Corsican bully. for himself, much for not only under the influence of such circumstances, must
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               done much good                              his day
                                                                                                                  the strong to oppress the weak; nor in this age
      I know his patient, angel smile,                      wise might have been dissipated in places and would any nation attempt such a deed as the par- gossip of the neighborhood, to exchange and generation, hut much for ihe world in the inevitably learn to act the part of the beast, of prey.
         His shepherd's voice, his eye of fire,            practices most injurious to the interest and hap- tition of Poland. All the nations of Europe friendly salutations, to hear words of good past, the present and the futu -e.
      His ashes rest in yonder urn—
                                                           piness of the domestic circle. Reading furnish- could not effect it. The nalious now find secu- moral council, and to worship God in the most                           Energy of character will do the same thing Circumstances and education drive them to it —
         I siw his deaih — 1 closed hid e 3 ' e ;                                                                 rity, not in their armies and navies, but in the simple, but not the less acceptable form—and, for any man in a small way that it has done for Where circumstances and education are of oppo-
      Bright sparks nmTdsi those ashes burn,                es food for useful thoughts and conversation —
                                                                                                                  sense of general justice, the feeling of right above all, here were hearts of peace with the those. Give the lawyer energy of character, site nature there must be opposite effects, and,
         That, death had taught me how to die.              Intellectual improvement promotes virtue and re which prevails in this civilized age, in which, if world, and with eacti other, full of hospita- anil he will succeed without talents. It is the consequently, a proper control of what you are
                                                            finement of manners. The notion that laboring any intent is perceived on the part of any to in- lity to the passing stranger, uncankered by secret by which the artist, the merchant, the pleased to term "a dup'av;d heart."                                              With ah
      Lone be our father's temple ours—
         Wo to the. hand by which it falls;                 'nen.havc not ability and leisure for mental acqui- jure ihe one, it is the duty of all to unite in resist- avarice, and undisturbed by ambition. Where scholar, and the mechanic arrive nt distinction its wickedness and dcceitfulness, it can be con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               and«ealth. If they fail once, they try agiin:
     A HwHtgaivd spirits watch its towers,
                                                                                                                   ing it.                       of security
                                                            sitions, is now generally repudiated. Popular ed- come to A general feelingwhole world; line thus upon earth, in a humble condition, shall we no contrary winds beat them down. The man trolled. We have the word of God hiiaself to
                                                                                                                              prevail over the                 because
         A cloud of anuels guard its svalls.                ucation, and the establishment of libraries in all nations now would not sit silent under any out- look fora more beautiful example of true inde- who has energy ofcharacter will rise in spite o attest the fact. '-Train up a child in the way lie
      And be their shield by us possessed;                  parts of the country, have taught a different doc- rage of the kind—would not keep quiet, buj pendence, for n brighter picture of the true opposition.
          Lord, rear around thy blest abode;
                                                           trine—a doctrine more creditable to the reputa- would be loudly indignnnt when any aggression
                                                                                                                                                                         philosophy of life?                                       Give a man energy, and he is a made man. should go, and when he is old he 7ciU not depart
     The buttress of a holy breas'.                                                                               by the strong is attempted upon the rights of the                                                            put him whore you will, and surround him by from it." This training is one of the leading ob-
         The rampart of a present God.                     tion of man—marc animating to every lover of weak.'                                                                       D R U N K E N N E S S.                    what you will.                                          jects of Association, and the voice of the Great
                                                           his race. Those competent individuals who are              Here is a very important and mist auspicious          The natural disposition may be better discov-                                                               Ruler of the universe assures us of success.—
                                                           devoting their faculties and moans lo exalt the change in the international policy of Christen- ered id drunkenness than at any other time. In                                          C O M E T S.
     MISCELLANY                                            character, anJ dissimulate the advantages of lit- dom: and this clruifre has resulted mainly from             modern society, life is all a disguise. Almost            A writer at Inverness, who discusses the sub
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        VVi ri truth neec'eJ to confirm God's own truth,
                                                                                                                  Ihe Hissing of God vpon the efforts made by the every man walks in masquerade, and his most ject of Streamers, is of opinion that the Earth we have it in the history of the glorious revolu-
                                                           erature, science and the arts, merit the gratitude
 J O A C H I M           M U It A T . K I N G O F                                                                fi-'ud.-i of pence. We have n J room now, but i ntimate friend very often does not know his real is a Comet and the aurora boreaiis its tail. New- tion wrought within a few years by the temper-
                       N A P L E S.                        and patronage of the com;n:nnily. The utility are fully prepared to substantiate this statement. character.                                                         ton maintained the tails of comets to be vapor
      Murat, King of Naples. Napoleon's brother- of any periodical, materially depends upon the in-                   Here, too, is an argument for redoubled' zeal.         Many wear smiles constantly upon their ascending by means of the sun's heat: oiher phi- ance reform. Alow me to say, gentlemen edit-
  in-law, was s<j remarkable a character during tegrity of its character.                Without integrity of I l f o l l i a s crowned with so much success, the        cheeks, whose hearts are unprincipled and trea- losophers say they are produced by the action o ors, that, according to my poor comprehenion,
  the wars of the Revolution, that some account character, it cannot enjoy the public confidence few and feeble means already used, shall we cherous. Many with violent tempers have all the sun upon the atmosphere of comets, or on you might as well assert that the inclination ofa
  of his peculiarities seems desirable. So early                                                                  cease to relax our exertions? Shnll we regard ihe external cairn and softness of <;hariiy itself. the substance of comets themselves, or on the portion of community to drunkenness will not
  as the battle of Miilosimo and Montenotie, in and support. No sublimity of thought, elegance this success asa proof "hat no more effort is necd- Some speak always with sympathy, who, at soul, electric matter through which they piss. In be overcome by a change ot circumstances, as to
   171)6, he was Napoleon's adju'ani, and by his of diction, or sallies of ivit can atone for tho ab- e'? No; it should only confirm our faith and are full of gall and bitterness.                                            short, the sun is ihe principal agent in their pro-
  intrepidity and during, conti ibu-fe ! nut a little lo sence of this qu i!i:y. There are several things. q'licken our zeal —Adio'a?e of Peace.                            Intoxication tears off tho veil, and sets each duction, by aciing on these bodies themselves, come to the conclusion that "the inclination of a
  the triumph of thnt memorable campaign. Ii however, which.lirfjhir the credit aiul salutary                                                                            in his true light, whatever that may be. The or on the atmosphere by which they are surroun- portion of community io prey on the rest will
  was by these qualities, as well as his handsome                                                                       F E M A L E S IN S O C I E T Y .                 Combative man will quarrel, the anmroiis >\ill ded, or the element through which they move. not be overcome by a change of circumstances."
  figure and dishing manners, that he laid the influence of pnblic Journals. Among the.e are                                                                             love, the detractor will abuse his neighbor. I This is qiite oSmliignus to Marian's theory of
                                                                                                                     Ditl females but know how deeply the heart of have known exceptions, but they are few in aurora, in all essential particulars.
 foundation of a reputation which gained for him compositions defective in language, cxci-ptiima- man is enchanted by that of women whose con-                                                                                                                          Electricity A change of circumstances in regard to drinking,
 tho attention of the Fftnefbr's sister; and, by ble in substance, or breathing any laxity of mor- versation presents the picture of simplicity and number. Atone time they seemed more numer- has been supposed to be the principal agent in has overcome in millions the '•'inclination" to let
 winning her hand, led to his brilliant fortunes                                                                                                                         ous, but closer observation convinced me that the production both of the aurora boreaiis and rum and its kindred spirits "prey" on both body
 and elevation to the throne of Naples. Nor was al principle. Au_'ht of coarseness, incompatible grace, of ease and politeness in a groupe; the most of those whom I thought diunkenness had the tails of comets. The fixed stais, even of and Situl. All, it is true, have not been at once
 his merit in many respects inferio; to his fortune. with a delicate .aste, a high and quick sense of             spirit of whose conversation is a compound of libelled, inheri'ed, at bottom, the genuine dispo- the s.naller magnitudes, are seen through both.
 His piercing covp d' a I; liis skill in judging of propriety, is inadmissible and justly conde.nncd. sprightliness, sense, and modesty, who seldom sitions which it brought forth. The exceptions, The tails of comets are observed generally to be changed to habits of temperance, but how many
 the position of ilie enemy; his chivalrous de-                                                                   dispute and never wrangle; who listen with at- however, which now and then occur, are suffi- a little concave towards the sun. Foster's ob- millions have been saved from tho drunkard's
 meanor when leading Ins troops into bailie; his               Some chronicles evince a recklessness of mor- tention to the opinions of others, and deliver ciently striking, and point out uhe injustice of servation in the South Sea, and ihe appearances grave, by this mere change of circumstances! —
calm intrepidity in the midst of the most appall- al obligation in their controversial writings that their own with diffidence; would they no! be always judging of a man's real disposition from of the aurora now described, exhibit the same
 ing dangers; his tall fiuttre and noble carriage, degrade.their standing, and render theni incapa- more ambitious to please than to conquer! But j hj s drunken momi n"s. To use the words of result. The tails of comets are produced, or, The causes of drunkenness ran be annihilated.
 as well as incomparable seat on the splendid                                                                     they would be sure of conquering in the noblest Addison, "'Not only does this vice betray the to speak more correctly, are seen, when these How many fiitliy distilleries have been converted
chargers which he always bestrode, gave him the ble of subserving any valuable object. How ma- sense.                                                                     hidden faults of a man, and show tl.em in the bodies approach their perihelion. The aurora into respectable hog sties, and how many human
air of a hero ol romance, not less than the Char-          ny mere party prints teem with error, mendaci-            Paint to yourselves, by way of con'.rast a wo- most odious colors, but often occasions faults to are exhibited when the earth is in its perihelion. , b m e s ^ . circnmUance\^s                      converted into men!
acter of a first-rate cavalry officer. At the head ty and abuse respecting their opponents, and how man who talks loud, contradicts bluntly, looks which he is not naturally snbj :ct. Wine throws that is in winter. The direction of the tails of :
•f_ his gallant cuirassiers he feared nn danger, often their assertions, and even their facs and sullen, contests pcninacioiisly, and, instead of a mau out of himself, and infuses qualities into comet3 are from the sun, so are the courses, gen- The process of annihilating all the causes of
 never paused to number his enemies: but with                                                                     yielding, challenges submission. How different a the mind which she is a stranger to in her sober erally, of the varying aurora. These is nothing drunkenness is undergoing a rapid accomplish-
 matt'hlesaihardihood threw himself into the midst figures, are shown to be deceptive and false — figure! How forbidding an object! Fetninality i moments." The well known maxim, "in vino extravagant in the supposition that the aurora may ment. When completed, a frightful scouige of
 of the hosttje army, where he hardly ever failed Upon one party, we see bestowed indiscriminate is gone; natarc is transformed; whatever makes virilas," therefore, though very generally true, be visible to^an observer in Mars or Jupiter, as
 to achieve the most dazzling exploits. In Napo- and unmeasured praise, upon another, indiscrim- the male character most rough nnd turbulent, is is to be received with some restrictions, although an appendage or tail to the Earth. Would the humanity will be removed from the world—anni-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             [Ill   UH

 leon's eailier campaigns at Auslerliiz, Jena, and inate and unmeasured censure. This course de- taken up by a being who was designed to trail- these, I am satisfied, are by no means so numer- earth." thenT when still nearer the sun, and pro- j hilated by a mere change of circumstances.
  I'.ylau, Murat was at the head of so immense a                                                                   quiliz'; and smooth it.                               ous, as many authors would have us to believe. ceeding with increased velocity, be accompanied j 2 J < p                          ,en o w              h other because
 body of horse as to render success almost a mat- stroys all friendship and confidence in society.—                   But may there not be occasions where wisdom —Dr. Mucnith                                                  by aurora boreaiis greatly increased in splendour, I                      .        .                         . '
 ter of certainly;—and it was to the weight ot It impaiis the excellence, and threatens the de- and worth in women, as in men, are called upon                                                                                                                   iypoth                 llic   a r e trai
 this formidable phalanx, generally eighteen or struction of our free institutions. It would seem to assert themselves with a dignity that will re-                                                                             ruin, it and extent? On the hypothesis of Ma- terests, and fenrto it; have separate powerful cir-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                durationundoubtedly would, alid the converse of j y                       "ed                       cldshmg in-
                                                                                                                                                                                           TIIE MIND.                                                                                                            want. These are
 twenty tbousnnd strong, that the Emperor mainly                                                                   press the forward and over-awe the insolent?—             The mind of man, when nicely scrutinized, the problem is equally true, that the aurora
 trusted for the gaining, as well as completion that there arc individuals and parties, whose Certainly, and to give such proceedings the name exhibits the most astonishing phenomena. It would disappear altogether when the earth re- cumstances, and exert a controlling influence.—
 of the victories. But Murat's genius and daring tastes are only gratified with hyperbole, satire of pride, were unjust.                                                                                                                                                                They produce endlrss discords, quarrels and mis-
                                                                                                                                                                          possesses the features of divine origin. How ceded from the sun, and decreased its velocity.
 in the field were equally conspicuous when he and vituperation. Alas! for poor human nature;                         Is a sensible and manly youth desirous of pas- wonderful and multiplied sre its powers! The In conclusion, the writer hints, thnt t'ie vary- eries. Opposite circumstances must inevitably
 had no such superiority to insure tho advantage. but your paper, it appears, is not tu be made the sing his leisure hours in a species of pleasure understanding perceives, the will rules, the op- ing belts of Jupiter and lh« rings of Saturn may produce opposite effects. In Association, they
 Napoleon's sense of these qualities induced him to                                                                equally sociable and innocent, acquiring the most erations of the mind develope a variety of emo- be brought within the range of these speculations. J
 overlook his desertion of his post after the Rus- arena of polemical discussions, regarding either proper demeanor, with the most genteel, and, tions, generally termed affections and passions. as psssibly regulated by the same laws.— Gins- ) will be opposite. If, in Association, there be no
 sian retreat, and subsequent advancement to-               politics or religion; hence theso remarks will not the same time most easy turn of thought ,as well The understanding is intimately connected with goto Chronicle.                                                          separate interests, interests cannot clash. The
 wards the AUies; and his heroic courage never apply to the Messenger.                              O. C. C.       as habits of the best kind—let him seek the so- thought, Imagination, memory, and conscience.                                                                        interest of each individual is rendered that of the
 appeared with brighter lustre than when he threw                                                                  ciety of females who join good hieeding and lib-          The will unites with choice, desire, "and de-                            TEA.                              entire Association, while the interest of the en-
 n last ladiance over tho victories of the empire                                                                  eral sentiments to purity of mind nnd manners. termination, and in the train of the affections and              The amount of tea exported from China to the lire Association is tint of each individual. The
 at Dresden, and stemmed ihe torrent of disas-
                                                                               MEMORY.                                       #        *      #        *       #
                                                               Seneca says lo himself, that by the mere effort                                                            passions, flow love and hatred, joy and grief,        United States during the year ending June "0,
  ter at Leipsic.                                                                                                     The truth is. that in the society I recommend, a meekness and hope, and fear. All these, though 1842, was 162.89:? chests. The amount from motive inducing one to prey upon another is anni-
                                                            of his natural meniorv he was able to repeat two
      The external appearance of Napoleon formed thousand words upon once hearing luein, each young man. who does not wish to 20 astray, will we should pronounce them at first glance sepa- that time to the 12:h August. 10,050 cbesis.— hilated. So is fhe possibility, for the whole prop-
 si striking contrast tu that of his royal brother- in iis order. He mentions also, Porous Lairo, feel himself under no feller; but will learn gen- rate and distinct powers or faculties of the soul, The amount exported from thence to this coun- erly is jointly owned by all. Each member will
  in-law. When they rode together in front of the who retained in his memory all the declamations uine courtesy without labor or study. Amiable independent of each other, are but one simple, try during the six years ending June ."0, 1S42, desire to see every branch of business prosper,
  troops, Murat attracted universal attention by his he had ever spoken Pliny says that Cyrus knew women of genteel education are, indtcd, beyond unrompound principle, putting forth its energies was £2,773.311 pounds. II the cost to the con-
 commanding figure, his superb theatrical cos- every soldier in his army by name,and S. Scipio comparison, the best mistresses of this science— in a vaiiety of forns. — Slaffit.                                               sumers wns one dollar to ihe pound, it amounts because from :he whole must come his individual
  tume, the splendid lappings and beautiful figure all the people of Rome. Carnedq'es, when re- for two reasons. In tho first plico. they best                                                                                 .^^2,77:5.341. Equal to almost half of the en- dividend. As unfavorable circumstances power-
 of his horse, and the imposing military dignity quired, would repeat any •volume found in his li- understand t, having from nature a peculiar ap- A B E L L E I N T H E Y E A R 1 3 5 0 . tire debt of ihe States of the Union.                                                        f (I to produce evil, so are favorable cireumiaa-
 of bis air. This dazzling display contrasted brary as readily as if he were reading.—Cham- titude to please, with a facility in adapting them-                              Her head was enriched with a lurban. or cov-                                                               c< s powerful to produce good. Those induce
 etrangely but characteristically With the three ber's Dictionary.                                                 selves to the tempers of others; and from cul- ered with a species of mitre of enormous heicht.                      • A GOOD REMARK.
 cornered hat; dark surtout, leather breeches.hnge                                                                 ture, a roady acquaintance, which they soon ac- from the summit of which ribbons floated in the                 The Boston Courier says:                             n en to prey upon each other; these, to promote
                                                                                                                   quire, with such forms of politeness as, without air, like the streamers from the head of a mnst.                                                                                                                       r
 boots, corpulent figure, nnd careless seat on                                                                                                                                                                                      "Aaron Burr D:K» a Christian, according to each o'hers welfare. We a?soc'a"^ lor t!iepu pDse
  horseback, which have become immortal in the                             I M P A T I E N C E.                    the nid of sincerity, jnve an elegance and a Her tunic was half of one color and a half of an- the New York Tine-!. So much the better for of erad;c t:ng the ''social follies and vlies' which
 representations of Napoleon. The imposing as-                 In all evils which admit a remedy, impatience hoightetiinp to the native emanations of a good other; a zone deeply embroidered and richly or- himself. If he had I.IVKD a Christian, how
  pect of Murat was, however, weakened, rather is to be nvoiii.;d, because ii wastes that time and mind. In the next place, they teach it without namented with gold, confined her waist, and much belter it would have been for the world!" you mention. IiTthe beginning, we shut out as
  than heightened Ly the rich and fantastic dress attention in complaints, which, if properly ap- appearing to teach it, by a secret power over the from it was suspended in Iront two daggars in                                                                                       many of them as possible. The rest, our com-
  which he wore. Dark whiskers on his face con- plied, might remove the ciuse.                        Turenue, conceptions of their scholars; who naturally am- their respective pouches. Thus attired, she rode                    At the Washingtonian meeting, in Lynn, las! mand of circumstances :i hij!:lj favorable for
  trasted with piercing blue eyes; his abundant             among tho compliments which he used to pay in bitious of approving themselves to such agreea- in the company of her knight to jousts and tour- week. Mr. Roberts and Mr. Chipmon stated that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        moral and intellectual adranccni'-nl," will ena-
  black locks spread over the neck of a splendid 2onversaiion, to the memory of those by whom ble tutoresses, learn it from them insensibly, and naments.—Lhigard's History of England.                                          they number as Wasliingtonians in this city 2500*
  Polish dress, open above the shoulders; the col- he had been instructed in the art of wnr, men- yet effectually, as people, in general, catch the                                                                             of whom 800 are reformed persons, and only 34 ble us to destroy. Your objection of'contiguity' v.
  lar was richly adorned with gold brocade, and tioned one with honor, who taught him not to sentiments and manners of those thoy esteem.                                                                                                                               1
                                                                                                                                                                             The only secret I have found to prevent the backsliders. F01 Lynn, Capt. C"r. >1 reported | would convert the world into innumerable her-
  from a splendid girdle of the samo material hung spend his time in regretting any mistake which                     Lei monks qr»d misanthropes pretend what evils of life, is, to do nothing without having 550 heads of families reformed, of whom some j n i i l . c e n s anc j destroy all social intercourse. It
  n light sabre, straight in the blade, after the he had made, but to set himself immediately they will, the soul of man will never be long satis- weli examined beforehand in what weare going to vere females.                                    For Newburyport. Mr. lir.e
   manner of the. ancient Roman, with the hilt set and vigorously to repair it.—Rambler.                           fied without the entertainment of female conver- embdrk; In most things we undertake the begin- reported 3000 Washins:tonians!. of whom arc 5)0 would,ns effectually as the scourge of persecution,
   in diamonds Wide pantaloons, of a purple or                                                                     sation. It was so formed by the unerring Creu- nings are agreeable; they seduce us, but we are "reformers." For Marblehead. Mr. Frost have banished the multitudes who followed
  scarlet color, richly embroidered with gold, and              Ilipponax, a great poet, was celebrated for his tor; nor perhaps, will any thing, next to "the should think of the end. They are paths strewed reported 2100—Salem Mer- Christ, and bid man hide himself from man in the
   boots of yellow leather completed this singular witty and satirical writings. He was ugly, lit- wisdom that is from above," guard it more pow- with flowers. Where those paths lead to is the
   costume, which resembled rather the gorgeous tle, lean and slender; two brothers Bupalus and erfully ngninst the sorcery of vice, than the near nust important question.—Dobsou.                                                                                                     dens and caves of the earth. Three thousand in
   trippings of the melo-drama. than the compar- Athenis who were sculptors, diverted themselves and frequent view of female excellence.—Dr.                                                                                       An old picture represents a king sitting in state a day could not have become his converts, and
   atively simple uniform of modern times.                   at his expense, by carving his image in a ridicu- I'ordycc.                                                           VIRTUE AND VICE.                             with a label. 'I govern all;' a bishop with a le- tho divine mission would have been in vain.
       But its greatest distinction was a large three- lous form. Ilipponax retorted their pleasantry                                                                        It costs in more to be miserable, than would gend. "'I pray for all;' a soldier with n motto. 'I                You say. "The- system, upon 'rial, m"}' be
   cornered hat, surmounted by a profusion of mag- with such keen strokes of satire, that they hang-                  A p'efoon growing up to nfllnonce or high sta- make us perfectly happy. How ehenp and easy fight for all:' and a farmer, drawing forth re- found beneficial on the whole to those engag.-d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1                           ;
   nificent ostrich feathers, rising from a broad gold ed themselves for mortification.—Ilollin't Au- tion.without settled like a tail slender is to us tliu service ol'viituc. and how dear do we luctantly a pur* , with the superscription. 1 pty
    band, which enclosed besides a superb heron tiznt History.                                                                                                                                                                  for all.'                                               in it." Experience ahc.uly proves it to be io-
                                                                                                                   chimney, which i3 blown down by the iiretgalc. jviy for our \kcs.~Dr.            Fuller.
        The Rev. George fUptey, President of the                      TUE WHIGS AND LIBERTY PARTY. !                    numbers and coolly weigh his own language, necessarily aimihiluto the direct influences of without due consideration. But in every such ! Editor of the Signal, that "no person in the
       Ro.xbury Association, speaks on this p >iut from                               From the Western Statesman'.      and eee whelhvr ho can honestly deny that lie Christianity in cur go.eminent? Those of no , case, a re hearing has been granted, and the , wide world had labored more zealously not to
        more than two ysan (.•.xperience. In a letter to                  SIK: I observed in the Signal of Liberty, has gloried ;n their success. Tina much for religion would always command a majority final decision has been sustained by an over- my effectively, to secure; the supremacy of
        the writer of this communication, he says:                    of the 8th of May, an extract from your paper, the Signal. (9.)                                        over these broken fragments and always hold wl.clming majority. To apply the cose prac- j Locofocoism than he had." We denied Mrs
            ••It is the Divine means / o r the regeneration with ajcommentary of the editor thereupon,
                                                                                                                            With your leave, I will add a few more j she power. govcr::inenr is altogether one licnlly. Mr. Whig, having prepared1 the cose in every view of the case, nnd called upon
       of humanity; and no;hiȣ but actual operience
                                                                    • relating to the influence of that print upon the general remarks.                                      of concession ami compromise; and he who'                                    thoroughly through his editors and advocates, him, as a gentleman, to prove his assertion,
       ran give men a knowledge of its incomparable
       supertoity over the prescnt insulated competitive 'politics of the State. As this is a matter of                     It is well known that at the last state elec- will set up his own standard—yiel 'ing noiii- urged : his jury to bring in in favor of a Tariff", cir retract it. How d o c he reply to \his?-_
      utid tyratuncnl forms of society."                           j much importance in its bearings, will you al- tion in Massachusetts^ large lumber of Sena- \n« to Mie opinions—prejudices if you will, of while Mr. Democrat opposed. Having heard Why, he is "perfectly astonished" that wo
           The New York Tribune, speaking of the As- low me a corner for the expression of my tors failed of an election, whereby it dcvolv- | ; j s fjlows, will have io bear that standard both sides, the jury brought in for a Tariff, should deny his charge, and being unable to
      sociation established last summer by the people views on the same theme, for it is right, that ed on the H.mse of Representatives to fill the \ alone. The ground of the abolitionists as now although disagreeing on some of its provis- find a single specification in our paper, he very
      of Brooklyn, says:                                              whatever these bearings may be, the horn st vacancies; upon the men to fill those vacancies ! professed, is too narrow for any party to ions. A Tariff will thore'orc stand, subject coolly invites vs to read over our papers for
           "They have proved that it is practicable fora enquirers a ter truth should fully understand depended the election of Governor, and the I stand upon. (17.) It excludes at once every j to alterations. A General Bankrupt Law was proof of a position winch he cannot establish,
      lumber of families to live together in peace and • thorn,     '                                                    political complexion of the Legislature. It man living South of Mason and Dixon's line; I aigued before tho j try. It was carried through after having rend tiiem attentively six months,
     quiet where properly leagued in interest, even in                   I have no doubt there are many excellent so happened that in a house consisting of S50 (IS.) it excludes the whole of one great po- by the influence of a part of ihe jury who through his Whig spectacles!
     the rudest form of Union."
                                                                      menin thecomninnity,who heartily sustain the members, the abolitionists had elected five.— litical party and nearly the whole of the oih- were interested in it; but was lost upon sub-                                                                         We cannot let him off in this way, ingeni-
          In conclusion I Would say. gentlemen, hope
                                                                     cause of political abolitionism, with the pre-The two parties were so equally balanced, er. It tinkers lip a bed of Procrustes, of the sequent rc-copsi(!rratinn. Its fVte is now de-ous though it bo. Every honorable man is
     for the best—trust a little more in the possibility
    of man's fulfilling the injunctions of the Divine posterous convicl'on that it will ultimately be that neither could carry any measure without very shortest and narrowest p ittern, lays every : cided for at least a generation. The necessity bound to sustain his allegations against the
     Ruler—lend us your aid to demonstrate :he ex-a prevailing''pariy in ourS iatf>,who,if they were the aul of these few abolitionists. With that novice upon it and before his initiation ,stretch-1 of establishing a National Bank was ably urged charadei of another, or to acknowledge lie
    cellenceof our 'system and develop? tho bettor ! well udvised of the unavoidable consequence of liberality which has ever marked the whig?, es him out, or cuts him down to these shriv- ' before this jury for along time. When the was in error. He who refuses to do one or
                                                                                                                         they nominated one of Ihe five for speaker, elled and unmanly proportions. A part)' so! votes were all counted, the case was lost.— the other of these, when called upon, justly
    portion of human nature, and we will perform all the continuance and partial success of that par-
    we promise and show yo\i the most effectual way ty, would resist its farther provalence with all and thereby secured his election. What re- limited in its views, so bigoted in ils dogmas, An attempt was made to set aside the verdict forfeits the respect and confidence of commu-
    to accomplish 5 our object, winch is no foss ours— their might. There are some of the more turn did the abolitionists make? Why, they so hopeless ill its prospects, can never suc- by throwing in for an Exchequer, but the mo- nity, and is very properly regarded as a hbeler.
     that of M\K!N? ALL LABOR FK>E.                                 knowing ones, no doubt, who are well persua filkd every vacancy with a Locofoco, where ceed; it may as in the cases before cited, as an tion was not entertained. Every sensible man We the.efore think, that, upon reflection, he
                                         T. 1S\ CAULK INS.          ded that the separate organization of that the laws permitted, (\0) gave thai party a auxiliary to Locofocoism, be strong to do know?, that, for the present at least, a Nation- will feel the propriety of making an honorable
                                                                    party has had, will have, and can have, no majority of both houses, nnd thus elected the evil; but under all circumstances, it must b e [ a l B m k is out of the quesiion. It is with retraction, or will put his finger upon thoso
                                                                     effect but to confirm the supremacy of Loco- Locofoco Governor, and threw the whole po- impotent to do good.
     SIGNAL OP LIBERTY.                                              focoism.                                           litical power into LocoFoco hands, and the Compare tiie success of abolitionism with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1 this great jury as with smaller ones, when a identical instances wherein we have "labored
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          cause has once been Jullij heard, the minds of to secure the supremacy of the Locojocos.''
             ANN ARBOR, MONDAY, MAY 2 9 . 18-43-                         Before I proceed faither, allow me to draw more effectually to prove their allegiance to that of ant imaf 0111 y. The first effort made the jurors become established, and further ar-                                                                        10. Where is the proof that the five Liber-
                                                                     a distinction which semis to have escaped the that pirtv,'.hey denounced the excellent speak- by the anti masons in New York was in 1S28, gument is all lost. We adduce these as in- ty members voted to fill every vacancy in the
               THE LIBERTY T I C K E T .                             notice of the editor. The party spoken of in er, Mr. King, because he accepted office of the in that year they polled rfd,S4S votes. In 13-29 slances of that succession of important causes Senate with a Locofoco? One, at least, of
                        For             President.                   the extract fiom your paper, was the "Loco- whigs! (11.;                                                they polled 64,'2O9 votes, elected many mem- which arc continually passing in review before the vacancies was filled by Applcton Howe, n
                                                                    foco party." The editor adorhly substitutes            Turn wc now to Ohio: In this state, the bers of assembly, and one senator by S O this great tribunal, and which are there irre- Lit erty man. But supposing they voted to fill
        JAMES O. BIRNEY, another and leaves it for the "democratic par- balance ofpower was in tho few abolitionists; j majority; In 1830 they polled about 100,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          vocably determined.               Mr. Whig and Mr.ihevachncifs with Democrats insteadof Whi<*8,
                            OF MICHtGAN.
                                                                    ty," to defend their principles from (he charge they could decide between Corwin for Gover- votes. It is now seven or eight years since Democrat have hitherto monopolized the what then? What unpardonable sin was thai?
                   For      J'icc                President,
                                                                   of "inherent comption.'' Is the editor aware nor and Ewing United States Senator, both in the abolition party commenced its organization whole time of the jury with their pleas. The The Legislature of Massachusetts, Locofoco
                THOMAS MORRIS,                                     of the distinction between these appellatives? a high degree friendly to the slave(!2^, on i'n New York ( 1 9 . ) ; Mid ntrpartisans ever crrent cause of "THK. PKOJXE versus T H E as it was, passed some anti-slavery acts which
                                 OF onto.                          (1) Does lie not know that in New Hamp- one si le, and Shannon and Allen, the bitter- labored harder for the spoils than they SLAVS POVVBR" is soon coming up for adjudi- the Whg Legislature had refused to pass for
                                                                   shire, New York, Pennsylvania and some oth- est foes of anti-slavery on the other. They iiiv3 for victory:                                          ami to this day cation. Mr. Liberty is counsel in behalf of eight or ten years.
                        Fo r           Gocernor.
                                                                   er state?, the two classes have broken out into elected the last(is;; and it is uotimpro- they have never elected a senator, nor a mem the People. The importance and magnitude                                                                                    11. M-\ King was not a Liberty man, nor
                  JAMES G. BIRNE Y,
                                                                   open war? Dees he not know that one class bable that the vote of Allen, elevated the U. ber of assembly, nor a member of Congress— of the cause are acknowledge 1 universally, was he elected as such. This alters the whole
                            OF SAGANAW.
                                                                   comprises the "bnrn-barners"' and "subterra- S. Senate by the misapplication of aboliiion but they have elpctcd a supervisor in Peter while the youth and inexperience r f the coun- , story. lie was a Whig Abolitionist, but acts      >
            Fo r Lieutenant                            Governor,
                                                                   neans'5 of New York, the legislative pugil- votes, may decide the question, that Texas boro! the residence of Gerril Smith!                                                           sel are derided aid sneered at by the older with the Whig party. He was announced in
                  LUTHER F . STEVENS,                             lisfs and dirkiles of Penn.,the treasonable Dor- shall be joined to this Union                                                                                        PHILO.            practitioners. Mr. Liberty, however, cares the Whig papers as a JVhig Speaker.
                          OF KALAJIA'ZOO.
                                                                  rites of Rhoda Island, el id om»c genus, in | A more striking instance of the Locofoco                                                                                                                                                                              12. In what way have Corwin and Ewing
                                                                                                                                                                                                         NOT E S .                                       not for that, provided his cause can be fairly
   F o r 11 r p r e s e n t a t i r e s I o C o n g r e s s - other States, not omitting the abettors of for- tendency of thai party is exhibited in the re-
                                                                                                                                                                               1. We dislike ihe use of slans; words to a m lf t l l | y submitted to the jury; for he believes shown themselves "highly friendly to the
                          FIRST PISTISICT,                        nication and adultery hen?; while the demo- cent election in Connecticut. Here the abo- designate a party. We recognize the right with Mr. Van Btiren, lhat "their sober second- j slave?" Let us have something beside mere
                     A. L . P O R T E R ,                         cratic party numbers multitudes of honorable litionists, with but 2000 votes, out of 50 or of any body of men to select their own appel- thought is always efficient and seldom wrong." | assertions. Corwin and Ewing were identi-
                             <F H W N E .                         and upright men, who abhor the lcgiiiinnte 60,000 in the state,have given that party three lative. "Democratic"' is the designation of a The opposing counsel in this case is Mr. Dem fied with the election of Clay and
                         SKCOXD IHSTKCT.
                                                                  fruits of Locofocoism as heartily as any whig? if not four members of Congress. But the whole party, chosen by themselves. That ocrat. Mr. Whig has been proffering L , , slavery.
                     R . B. B E M E N T ,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             IS. What a perversion of language is this!
                                                                  If he does not, he is far behind the intelligence case of the Governor is one which must be their democracy, to a great extent, is practi- services io the plaintiff for some time, bul it
                            OK C W . I I O I N .
                                                                  of the age. Bat let (hat pass.                       either explained orfixa character for cally inoperative or spurious, doos not affect j wasfollll<1 l I l f l t i n < i t e n ( I ° r «V«*II»|! t l ) C c*sc t 0 The Liberty men no more "elected'' Allen nnd
                         T H I R D PISTUICT
                                                                       He asserts that the imputation upon him, upon the party which will require a long time their right to the name. We have always !i» issue, he wotdd move ils continuance from Shannon than                                                                                       Whigs did. They nobly
                   WILLIAM CANFILLD,
                              OF MA CO Mi:.
                                                                 of laboring to secure the supremacy of Loco- to effice. All will remember that when the avoided the use of the terms "Loco Foco, ' year to year, thus playing inlo the hands of supported good men of their own number, re-
                                                                  focoism, and of glorying in the election of poor, friendless, forlorn and wretched crew of and "Federalist,'or "Bank Aristocrats." be- the defendant, wilh whom he was on thejecting pro-slavery politicians of both parties.
                   CASH ve,sus CREDIT.                           such men to office, "is untrue in all its as- the Amistad were cast upon our shores, a cause they prove nothing, and am calculated most intimate term?. It is also known that The Wh1» s, having lost the election, seek to
            TF.N COPIES FOR FUTBKN DOLLARS.                      pects/'                                               gentleman of the Connecticut bar came spon- to irritate. We leave the u^e ofthem to those he was bribed to delay the cause by various lay I he consequences oh Liberty men
        It will be seen by o«ir terms that we offer                   This State, as well as the whole union, is taneously forward to their aid and rescue; unable to complete their argu- presents annually given by Ihe cefendant to 11. The Liberty men no more voted 'against'
                                                                                                                                                                                         y                 p                                     g                                                                               Baldwin than I hey did against Cleveland.—
  Ten Copies of the Signal of Liberty, for one divided into two political parties; all expe- that he devoted his great talents,with unwear- ment without a resort to the never failing re- !s c i c e i ) l l i i n f r n n i justice. But the cause U now
 year, for FIFTEK.X DOLLARS, if sent to one rience, as well as sound philosophy, teach/that                            ing assiduity to their liberation, for months source of blackguard—calling opprobrious in Ihe hands of nn advocate who will press it They voted for their own candidates, all first
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 rale men; and had the whigs been wise enough
  Post Office, providpd the funds be forwarded more than two such cannot, for any length of until, mainly through his untiring zeal and names.                                                                                                          to II speedy nnd final consum nation.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 to have done the same, they would have pre •
 to us at one time, in advance. W e are de- time, subsist together, in the same cominuni- perseverance, lie succeeded in wresting the                                         2. W e fully agree with thc wriler. All I 3. W e were not aware lhat the labors of vented the election of a Locofuco Governor,
  tp-mined, if possible, to have our readers y. ("2.) The two great political divisions prisoners from Ihe grasp of their oppressors history, as well as sound philosophy, teach, the Liberty party, in this State, were without
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Lieut. Governor, Secretary, thren members
 cotne on io the cash system,which is better for now existing, are the Locofoco on one side, and restoring them to that libeity for which that more than two great political parties can "parallel." W e thought that but little had
                                                                 and the Whig on the other. In the stales of they had hazarded all. That man was ROGKR                                                                 p                              j                                                                          of Congress, &c. As it is, they may thank
  them, and better for us; and we therefore of<-                                                                                                                           not subsist together, in the same community, n c o n ''one.                                                                                           their own obstinacy fur the result. This wri-
  fer to make a reduction of Fifty cents on each N. II., N. Y. and Penn., a portion of the S. BALDWIN, and what abolitionist in the Uni- for any length of time. It is of interest, then,                                                                   4 IIis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   not H !lite t l i r o c .vearp> s i n ( C t l i e L i b " ter seems to suppose that Abolitionists are
  subscription paid as above. W e send to at                     Locofoco party, properly the "democratic'' ted States was not then loud i n his praise, ar- to know what experience reaches respecting j fri>' organization commenced. You must have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 all born into the world under tremendous and
  least forty Towns which ought to avail them- portion, have fallen off, and commenced hos- dentin his support? A few weeks since this jt I l o c l i a n g e s a n f , d i s s o i l l ( i o n o f p o l | t i c i l , , m r l i e s < known that. Then why pervert the truth?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  h      Th              h                h           h?
  selves of this offer. Talk it over among your- tilities against the more vile of their party as- same                          e e S B l d i n was           t h e can-               |
                                                                                                                              R o gr r S . Baldwin was one of the can | Do we eam ff()m ^           ,                  ^         y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       eaf;h nnist          5, Our acquaintance is "pretty extensive," indissoluble obligations tu vote Ihe Whhr tick-
  selves, Friends, and see if ten of )ou can save                sociates. The first result of this movement didates for Governor of Connecticut, and who ||avc heBame                  ,       ,                ^               ' ,            ,       and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  fln(] a(K )C;ite ho same we are satisfied that scarce!) three fourths                                              15. We have a grievous charge against the
  FIVE DOLLARS these hard limes in any better will be weakness, and unless the factions coa- doubts that the whole abolition party arose in | o h j e c t j U ) r o n g h a g e r i e s o f generation?? On are from the Whigs.
                                                                                                                                                                         |                                                                                                                                                       Whigs to offset here. FKANCIS GrnLRTTE, a
                                                                  esce, defeat, in their strong holds. In a few their might to prove their frith by their works,                                                                                            f. Does the writer mean to insinuate, in whole-souled advocate of equal rights, was
                                                                                                                                                                           t h c c o n t r a r y j ( ] o w c I l o t fin,, that theobjecls
                                                                 of the northern states a defec'ion has taken in placing so benevolent, so able, so fearless a and measures of national parties, niideven \ this ambiguous way, what he is afraid openly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                put in nomination, ond—alas! that we should
                This week we have extracted from the place, from the whigs, in form of abolitionism. champion of liberty in the chair of s t a t e ! - t , ) o i f „                              ore        clual,      c n a n g i n » a s n o w ! to assert, that we are a "brawling" 'Locofoco                              have it to tell—Roger S. Baldwin, nnd all
  Marshall Statesman a long communication on In this slate ibis party,after labors which have Who doubts that this whole class came forth subjects of interest cotne up before the people, champion' ? Why not be man enough to af- the "boasted"' Wim; <friends of the negro
  the liberty movement, and have subjoined no parallel (3.) in our political history, for 6 as one man to do honor Io the crushed nnd or as the old objects are attained, or are found firm it without disguise?                                                                                                                mvsl ncids stab him!" BECAUSE IIH WAS A LIIJ-
  some notes of our own. W e concluded to or 8 years, now numbers about 2000 voters.all bruised and downtrodden negro's friend:!— unattainable. Changes, secessions, dissolu-                                                                               7. liR<ligio-polilicaI '.'.' Is this meant fcr KKTV MAN!! Such was whig consistency!
  insert it at length, because we supposed our told, out of 50,000. (4.) Of these 2000, so Alas that I should have to tell it! the aboli- tions, and recombinations frequently take a sneer upon Liberty men, because they hold                                                                                                     1G. How do "</// Northern Whigs" show
  readers would like to know what are the far as I am able to ju.lge from a pretty ex- tionists in abody voted against It. S. Baldwin | [ ) l a c c m p o i l l i c a l b n d i e S ) nccor(lll}g                                    t o t n e v a _ their duty to God and to the cause of justice
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                their "abhorrence'' of slavery—by succumbing
  strongest objections to the Liberty Party that tensive acquaintance, nine-tenths of the rank (14).they defe ated his election, gave a majori- Ir^m<T e x j g e i l C i e s o f t | ) e times.                                                                     i                             i d i ?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I Io bc superior to ll party considerations? If to slave-holders, ond advocating an inveterate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             all                                           If
   can be urged; because we wished to meet and file are drawn from the whig party. (5.)                                ty of Locofocos to the Legislature, and thus            In political inatte.s, ihe mind a d s . Every js0> we plead guilty to the                                                    . W c doslave' breeder for the Presidency?
   them fairly and distinctly; because the article                      At the great trial of strength in 1C10,will place Governor Cleavland ir. the chair to mind changes continually in its character ac- hold that men are not absolved from their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    17. If we look at the manner in which tho
   is written with spirit and ability; and because the whig majority in ilio state vvns about which they could have elected him. And                                       cording to the objects with which it is con- moral obligations by joining a political party, Whigs succeed vVKh their broad platform, wc
   the author, a s we suppose from its style and 1800. Now the most obtuse intellect can why was this? Was Mr. Baldwin unfit for versant. It may change in ils moral views, but that every man is bound to use his polili-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               shall find little encouragement to widen ours.
   tenor, is a prominent Whig gentleman of see that if 1000 votes be taken from the whig the office, was he not honest, capable and in its intellectual attainments, in its acuteness j cal influence for thc promotion of all the best
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   10. Not necessarily.      According to the
   Marshall, who may be personally and deeply and placed in the Locofoco ranks, they carry faithful to the Constitution? Aye, he pos-of feeling. A paity is composed of many j interests of men. And for this sentiment, the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               census, the number of whi'.e mules over "20
   interested in the manner in which the Liberty the majority with them. It is equally obvi- sessed these qualifications pre-eminently, but minds, agreeing to act together politically to j °st prominent Whig gentleman of Western                    m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               years of nge in the Slave States &, Territories
   men of the Second District perform their du - ous, that if a Locofoco champion, despairing he had not learned to utter the shibboleth of accomplish particular objects. A change of | Michigan snoers at us for being a religion
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               is 1,O1C..'3O7, while the number of slaveholders
   ties at the ballot box at the Congressional of success in the absurd 'effort to transform abolitionism, with the tiue orthodox accent. any kind pervading the individual minds com- I party! It would seem from this expression
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               is about 2i>0,000, thus showing the Non-
   election.                                                       w!iigs to Loofoco«, should become a brawl- He could labor for the oppressed, spend and be posing a party, will cause a corresponding j that he would discard all sense of moral or re
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               slave-holdcrs are three times the most numer-
                                                                   ing leader of a new party, and under the dis- spent for the slave, open his heart and his j change in the views and measures of the whole i!ligious obligation from the minds of voters
                                                                                                                                                                                              the views and measures of the whole ligious obligation from the minds of voters ous (£Jr= There is not a State or Territory
                              TEXAS.                               guise ofsome specious name, inveigle 200o pur:-e, for their liberation, do more for the body. Sometimes a party lakes up objects anc have them pursue their political coursi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               in the Union, in which there is not an over-
        It is stated thai the project of liberating all the whigs into a snare thus laid for them, and cause of genuine philanthrophy than nil the entirely ne-v. Thus a portion of the Whig irrespective of the injunctions of the grea
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               whelming majority of Non-Slaveholders-. „ -""""
   slaves in Texas is now openly advocated, and is induce them to throw away their votes upon abolitionists in Connecticut put together—but press are trying to induce the Whig party to j Creator, the same as they would do if there
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               What hinders lhat these, when prop"
   tht grer.t topic of discussion. The New Orleans a man of straw, the sesult would be the same: —he is a Whig—and for this worthy cause, make an issue on the assumption of the Stale were no God in the Universe. This doctrin
   papers are alarmed at this, and deprecate the in- defeat to the whigs, victory to the Locofoco the boasted friends of the negro must needs Debts by the national government. Should well befi's the Hard Cider revels of 1840, anc lightened, should not become Lib'
   fluence of such a step on the Southern institution. party. (6.;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 19. Only three years since the first Liueiv.^
                                                                                                                       stab him! (15.)                                     this be adopted as a Whig measure, the party | the whole course of the party. It is perfectly
   The Cincinnati Gazette says:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                nominations were made. Why pervert tho
                                                                        Now I assume that the editor of the Signal        It is not long since I saw an article in some may still remain nominally, the Whig party, j in character that those who are practical Athe
        "The reduced price of cotton and of lands, ami                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         truth?
  the positive expense of slavery, has occasioned                 is a man of considerable sagacity. He knows abolition paper,denouncing Adams fo Giddings but one of it leading objects will be totally ists in political affairs, should sneer at those                                                                          Now that we are through with these notes,
  this change of opinion, but along with it, hasthen, as well as he can know, that there is and Slade and Gates, and why? Why, sim- different from any ever before entertained.— who hold, with the Fathers of thc Revolution we will closo with one or two remarks.
  6prung up the moral feeling which this evil,where- not the remotest prospect of the religio-po- ply because they are men of statesman-like "Philo" has himself adduced instances of di- that there is a "Supreme Ruler of the Uni- Supposing all the allegations made by Philo
  ever it is felt to be such, every where excites; litical party (7.) of abolitionists, ns now qualities;nnd while,like all northern whigs,tney visions of par ties upon moral subjects. He verse," who.-e will we are bound to fulfil, ii to be granted—suppose it certain that we
  and we should not be surprised if it were anni- organized, ever obtaining the ascendency in abhor slavery, (16.) they cannot limit the refers to the hostilities which have been com- ° « r political as well as social relations.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               never can succeed as a political party, what
  hilated there. The population of Texas amounts this state. (8.) He has stated in his own rar;ge of their intellects to one idea.                                         menced by the more virtuous part Jf the Dem-1 «• W c ku'pwj as well as we can know any then? What would he have us do? The
  to one hundred thousand souls; a fourth of these paper, (I quote the statement from memory                              Our government is a republic. In all pub- \ ocratic party upon the barn-burnerp, pugillists, i thing that lies in the future, that there is every sum of his advice is, that since we can do
  (25,000) are slaves; so that probably one white                                                                                                                                                                                                    !
                                                                 only,) that he has no expectation of deriving lie transactions,! he assent of a majority of the dirkites,&c. and argues the defeat of the party reasonable prospect that the Liberty parly, as nothing separately, we ought to join the
  mile, out of every fifteen of the white inhabi-
                                                                 any considerable aid from the Locofoco party. legal voters must be had to every successful . from its division. He has also referred to the I now organized, will obtain the ascendency ii Whigs and elect Henry Clay, and our anti-
  tants is a slave owner! Clearly, then, if slave-
                                                                                                                      measure. These legal voters are composed separation of the Abolitionists chiefly from the : this State.                                           W e know of only one thing slavery triumph will be consummate 1. He
  ry were abolished, ihe interests of labor, and, in- He therefore must know, that the only avail-
 deed, of all classes, the real wealth of the coun-              able effect of his labors, is to weaken the whig of men of all shades of opinion, from the very Whigs, and he might with equal truth, have which will prevent it. Should the measures would have U9 join a party that, during tho
  try would be rapidly increased, and emigration party, and the eby secure the continued as- best to the very worst. Now as the less vir- predicted permanent defeat to them from this we have in view be fully carried out by thetwo yeais of its ascendency, has been able to
 pour into it so as to make it capable soon of ta- cendency of Locofocoiem in its worst form. tuous half may be presumed to have theii prin- source. Thus parties not only change their other parties, the Liberty organization in al carry out only a single measure of its policy—.
  king care of itself."                                                •'Divide and conquer," has become a trite ciples hang loosely upon them, and as they leading objects, but we see from his own show- the Free Stales, would die in six months.— a Tariff—nnd that was accomplished only
                                                                 watch-word among politician.c,bul true as it is know that they can, none of them, enjoy the ing, that secessions and divisions are taking We are satisfied that the favorable anti-slave- thtough the aid of its political adversaries;
                 The New York Tribune says that the t r i t e , and judging from the ill-disguised exul- snoils without a union of strength, it will place continually in them. What marvel, ry action of the Legislature of Massachusetts                                                                                         A party that has been disgraced by a Con-
   Times, which have bee so long hard, are                       tations ot the editor of the Signal, too often always follow that they will combine to form then, would it be, if a large portion of the at He late session will operate to retard the gress which, in the language of the N . Y.
  ting better. The demand for labor increases, repeated to be denied or evaded, al the BUC- a great party out of such materials. The Northern Whigs, who, he says, "AXL'nbhiri- growth of thu Liberty pnrty. There are in- Courier, a leading Whig paper, "is the least
 wages are higher—the exchanges are low— jc e s e o f abolitionism, in securing victory to the more virtuous portion must also agree to com- sluvcry," should oppose this great national dications lhat some of the leaders of both entitled to respect of any that ever assembled
 business on the Canals augments, ond theLocofocos, I couid almost conclude—and bine upon principles mutually acceptable, or curse by political action—the appropriate rem- parlies intend to play this game with u.-, re- under the Constitution:" and whose "leading
 Wheat crop is promising. The class who nothing but rsspect for his character for sin- they can never pi evail. The platform upon edy for politicai evils? That this action, if ceding from their pro-slavery ground as fast traits, taking them as a body, are vulgarity,
 suffer most are those indebted for property cerity rebuts the conclusion, that he advo- which they can unite must be a liberal one: wi.-ely and steadily persevered in, will be final- ae we advance towards it, and thus, instead selfishness, and a disgraceful inconsistency;"
 purchased in ''speculation times.'" Many of cates abolitionism only that'he may "divide* for if a party insist upon extremes, the other ly successful, we argue from thc nature of of risking a bat.le in defence of slavery, they                                                                                               A party that as a whole, has ever displayed
 these cannot fulfil their engagements at pre- | a | ) d U u ] S .< c o n q u e r » the whig party.                   extreme will not coalesce. W e accordingly i our institutions, and the history of other po- will retreat from one position to another, aban- unceasing hostility to every kind of anti-slave-
 sent prices of labor and property, and must go                       I arn perfectly astonished that thc editor of iind that many members of every political par- lilical questions.                                                                  doning each as fast as it becomns untenable. ry action;
 into bankruptcy.                                                that paper should deny the imputation, that ty have much to concede to the opinions and                        In our country, the legal voters mny In this way thc numbers and spirit of the Lib-                                                               A party that was twelve years in obtaining
                                                                 he glories in the election of Locofocos to of- prejudices of others. Suppose the Methodists, be considered as an immense jury, in which erty party can be kept down, while their work he ascendency, and only (succeeded then by
      Flour was selling in New York on the 17th,                                                                                                                                                                                                       will bc steadily accomplished by their political the mere hue and cry of Hard Cider excite-
at <K4.50 to $4.02J. Some lots of Genesee as fice. I have not a file of his paper before me, verily believing thai our government should the majority bring in the verdict. The polit-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       enemies.       Unless this course be adopted, ment, and lost that ascendency in a majority of
high as .f-4.75. lilinoig wheat brought 95 cents but I have read many of them within the last be purely a Christian commonwealth, and that i ica! parties are the counsel, who present the
Me«: pork is quoted at $9,25 to .>-D,27.                         six months, and if he has not gloried in the it is a pin to vote for any but a christjan; ' ense to the jury,whilo the minor processes are which we do not now anticipate, we are fully he States in a year;
                                                                 success of that party, then I do not know the should form a separate political party, and re- j set in order by politicians and editors. Prom confident thnt the Liberty party will ultimate-                                                                    A party that is sunk into a uniform minori-
     fcf* The last papers contain an account of use or meaning of language. 1 have on sev- fuse to support any but a Methodist; and the ' the decision of this jury there is no appeal.— ly have the ascendency in this and in all thc y in most of the Stales, and which can havo
sundry murdors, affrays, Bank robberies, eral occasions thought his terms of exultation Episcopalians nnd Presbyterians and the Bnp- • Being very numerous, they are slow in ren- Free States.                                                                                                                                io hope of national success except through
Sic. in the Southern Slates—about '.he usual more offensive than those of the successful tists should ench form a like party, vvitli like I dcring a verdict, except in cases where their                                                                 9. The assurance of this writer is very sur- he division of its enemies;
number.                                                        party press.      Let him look over the paet exclusive dogmas; would not such a policy feelings become cxcilcd, when they bring in prising.                                                        IIu said in the Stuicsman, vt thc I               A party thai, in our own State, euceru at
our feebleness whils it cannot carry a county            The N. O. Bee snys that three Tex-
of importance, and has not a Senator in the an papers, the Tunes--, Telegraph, and llous-                                                                                          tute of political intelligence.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            g             The successor           Deacon Giles Distillery.—\VC               were, i n - |       PROFESSOR DE BOS NEVILLE.
Legislature, nor scarcely a Representative;                                                                                                                                        of the late Maharajah of Gaiilior was to be i formed the other day, that our friend, James ' To tokom it may concern:—
                                                lonian, have noticed the pri>je$t'uf emancipa-                                                                                     installed on the 20th ultimo, and no opposition f • Buffum, of Lynn, has bought the old still ! T I ) J 3 c e l , , f i e s ( h a t - t h e M n d e r j i g n e d c i t i z e n s
 This pro-slavery, consumptive, broken down, tion with eloquent indignation; but from the                         From the New York Tribune.
                                                                                                                                                                                   . I•         •        . ,        ,   , , T     i house in fealem, which was immortalized bv ' , »           *•     _ •                    . . .               ,-
not-nble-to-help-itself-par'y, calls upon us tone ot the administration press, it is appre-       ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WES-                                                        to his accession was to be apprehended. Lord ,C heevei's Dream about Deacon (Jiles, and is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ch e e i                 Deacon (Jiles, and is       A n nA l o r h n v e a l e n d e t J l h e u b h c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             '          '                P           andpn-
for our votes to prevent it from sinking into hended that President Houston favors this or       TERN—TEN DAYS LATER FROM                                                          Ellenborough was still at Agra, whither h ; preparing t convert it i
                                                                                                                                                                                   Ellenborough was still at A           hith   he         i to        t it into a manufactory of v a t e lectures o/Mr. De Bonneville in tin's place,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        f                 lectures o/Mr D Bnneville in tin' plac
that lethorsric sleep, from which the prospect some similar project. Emigration in West                               EUROPE.                                                                                                                                                                 nnery
                                                                                                                                                                      had proceeded from Delhi, on the receipt of ecuue kind: but that, before the machinery is : n i ! ( ' ! i a v e witnessed his experiments in public and
of a resurrection would be hopeless. T h e Texas has nearly ceased. The slaveholders                                                                                                                                                   put up, he desijfhs to have a real cold water j before his class, and on these occasions, and in
                                                                                                  The Steamship Great Western, Captain                                the intelligence of the late Mahnrjah's decease. celebration, at which Cheover is to deliver a jail his intercourse with our citizens, so far as
ver y necessity of writing the art'do before us are  generally large landed proprietors and II()fcke "> n r r i m l a t l h l s P o r t  3 o'clock this               No news of a later date than that received by speech. What a change since 133C, when the ' o u r knowledge extends, his deportment ha, been
shows that the Whijrs have no prospect of they think, if slavery were abolished, an i.n- mwnmS          U1 w e l v e d a s a n ( 1
                                                                                                             '               y                  hours from            the ordinary mail, had been received in Cal- same man was imprisoned thirty days for the „„,,,„                                                      i          .          -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                11         H ... ,
                                                                                                     0 b a v t lefl lhat p<irton the lst inst                                                                                                                                              . 1 lavful l•e c <r e s a t u J Wennients have been amusing,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       crime of dreaming' "odium upon the 1 • ni courteous and gentleman-like to all. while his
cnrryjpg the Stale without our help; and a mouse emigration would set in from the
                                                                                                                               ''      °*
slirrht examination will show that any additi- N-rlhern States and from England, and the S h e bu"SS 7 5 P a s s c n g c r s > w l ) 0 ! i a v c certainly
                                                                                                                                                                      cutta, either from Scinde or Cabul.
                                                                                                                                                                                         C I R C A S S I A.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  c •.     .      „ ,.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       business" of the distiller. Now, the retailing j                      tu

                                                                                                                                                                          Thr Rira>iaj)ri are said to be preparing anoth- ofallinloxicatng drinks is prohibited bylaw • •"'westmaand highly instructive: arid we recom-
onal help we might render them would be of increased value of their lands would more b e « M t r c a ! e i 1 to a short ond pleasant voyage.                          er and larger expedition than any preceding, in the whole c >unty of Es^ex, the Dencon is :m a                                    '"end to all, in th se places Mr. De Bonneville.
little avoil. Even in that case they would then compensate for the loss of their slaves. ' . r i ' ° " e W S 1S " O t l m P o r t a ' " - N ^ change                  against the Citcassians. Steamers have been sunk into obscurity, the fires of the still are j v v sit, to give the subject of Magnetism as
                                                                                                                                                                      igainst           C
probably lose each Congressional District, .-is                                                                                                                       built in England nnd this country for the pur- extinguished, and the Attorney General who much attention as their time and ciicumstances
                                                                                               inCottor. The poorest grades of American
the average Democratic majority must be near-                                                                                                                         pose of blockading the whole coast, and send- conducted the prosecution is driven from his I will permit, as in ouf opinion it is eminently
                                                   CENTRAL RAILROAD.—We call attention to a r pa shade lower, if anything-. Advices fiom                              ing flying corps from different points over the o m c e 'by the voice of the people.—Emanci- !wworthy o f 1IS investigation.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       office                                                              orlhy
ly or quite two thousand.                       an advertisement in to-day's paper of the Cen- this country of the prospect of the new crop                           whole country. Jf the Circassians are as in- lJat0>'-                                                                                  F. II. Cuniin;r.                  D. T. McCollum,
      We say therefore to the Whig.--, "If we trnl Railroad, by which it will be seen that the h r « anxiously awaited. Grain and bread-stuffs trepid and successful as formerly, some of                                                                                                                     Wm. I I , Sinclair,              J H. bund,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           The tenth annual report of thn Mass, llos-                        H. B, Harris,
are so very insignificant as ymi affirm, we fare to Jackson Ins been reduced to # 2 SO.— hardlj maintain their price. The money inar- these corps will be "flying"' in more than one pitnl has bpen made by lhe Superinten lent.                                                                                                               Jl. Partridge;
                                                                                                                                                                      sense of the word.—Albany D. Patriot.                                                                                                  L. Sullson,                       Guy Berkley,
ennnot save you from ruin if we should Ivy, Tlie Commissioner lias acted wisely iu taking ' ; e t ' s quiet, and money abundant. Business                                                                                              There has been no suicide in the Hospital the                         Samuel Sinclair,                  Robert P. Sinclair,
                                                                                                                                                                           ADVANCE O F CIVILIZATION IN                                                                                                       John Sinclair,
while we might sink ourselvee. Let every this step, and it will have a tendency to in- ' s improving in the manufacturing districts,                                                                                                   past year, and only 12 deaths. In 10 years,
                                                                                                                                                                       CHINA UNDER ENGLISH AUSPICES. of 1557 patients, 1319 have been discharged,                                                                                              David Leseur.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             M. H. Cowles,                     C. N. Ormsby,
tub stand on ila own bottom. W e will keep crease greatly the travel across the Peninsula. I Queen Victoria g-nve birth to o daughter on                                   We. learn from a late number of the Lon- C7G being cured, and 114 have died, &.c. The                                             M. Eocker,                        T. Foster, ,
on in our small way, "electing supervisors" in The distance from Detroit to Chicago by this 'he 25lh of April. The mother and child are don Chronicle that "the newest of our col- causes were, by intemperance 225. ill health                                                                              D. Clark,                         T. M. Ladd,
every town where we can until we can do rout is 269 mile?, and may be traveled m 3 doing well.                 G                                                       onial possessions, the first of our acquisitions £44, masturbation 126, domestic affliction and                                       F.inanucl Maririj                 F. Sawyer, jun."
                                                                                                                                                                       in China," is advancing in civilization and                                                                                           E. Lawrence,                      Clayton Gaskill.
greater things, while you may flatter your- hours. Fare only S3 50. The distance by | The Duke of Sussex, uncle of the Queen, refinemonl with great rapidity. Such a place religion 80, disappointed ambition 23, abuse
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             S. Denton.                         Win. A. Fletcher.
selves with tiie hopes of the larger offices— the Lake rout is 700 miles, and cannot be died on the 21st, 70 years old. He has been as Hong Kong was first heard of in England of snuff and tobacco 8. The decrease of cause                                                                                 James T. Allen,                    John Alleo,
                                       1                                                                                r                                                                                                               by intemperance is very great, and speaks well
We will continue to'throw away our 2*00 performed in less than 70 hours in plesant f ° nearly half a century a decided Whig, about three years ago, nnd it is doubtful, for Kie cause. There have been 16 printers                                                                                           Win. R. Cleveland,                 Truman D. Fish,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Win. S. Maynard,                    Wm. R. Thompson';
 votes on our candidates, while you throw away weather. Who would not prefer the Rail- and a pilliar of the Liberal cause in the House whether the people of that country would at the Hospital.                                                                                                         Ann Arbor. May 22, 1343.
                                                    ro;id rout?— Del. Adv.                                                                                             have heard of it to this day, if English mei^
5»2,000 on yours. We can stand it with an in-                                                                      of Lords. Tie was greatly beloved by the chants had not so insulted and abused the
creasing minority as long as you can with a                                                                        Queen, who feels his loss deeply.                   Chinese nation as to bring on a w i r between                        W e learn from the Geneva Advertiser, that                            UMVERH.iUST                       ASSOCIATION:
diminishing one. Should we succeed, we
                                                        tLf'Tlie American Board of Foreign missions                    The great steamship 'Great Britain' is to the two countries, and thus render it neces- the Hon. RICHARD D. DAVIS, of Poughkeepsie,                                                     The Central Association of Uv'iiersqUsts, for
                                                    hive 20 missions at 87 stations. 1*3 missiona-                                                                                                                                      will deliver the annual address before the Eu- j me State of Michigan, will hold its annual si-s-
fhall be under no entangling engagements                                                                           be launched at Bristol in June. Prihce Albeit sary for some of the English at home to un- glossian and Alpha Phi Delta Societies at the ,
                                                    ries, and 117 native helpers.         They have J7                                                                  dertake the study of a little geography.—                                                                                       s i o n a t A n n A r h o r j o n t h e firs, Wednesday and
with you to hamper us iu finoUy consurrnna- printing ecjt iblishments, an.] have is3ueJ works has consented to be present.                                              Now Hong Kong is improved by new streets next commencement of that institution in Thursday following in June next.
tin"1 our plan.*; and should annihilation and in 32 languages, spoken by mure thin 250.C 00,-                           The New York packet ships Roscius, Eu- bearing sweet sounding English names and August. JAMES WATSON WILLIAMS, Epq.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        of Utica, will deliver the address before lhe                                                           JAMES J3. GOTT,
eternal forgetfulness be our final destiny, we D0) of pe.iple. Tliey have 613 fres spools, in- rope ami Independence, have arrived at Liver- enlightened by a weekly newspaper. '1 he Alumni.—Cay. Toe.                                                                                                                                               Standing Clerk.
                                                                                                                    pool.                                                 hops are filled with all the luxuries of Euro-                                                                                      May 22, 1843.
 prefer to meet them while contendingforn o - str.ictini; '27.010 pupils, and 8 soinin iries with                                                                        jean life, ond the people can boast of hotels,
 ble objects, in our own method, rather than to 1,103 pupils, and 0J churches with 2:1,000 mem-                         Parliament met on the 24th; and Sir Rob-                                                                             In is said the United States brig 'Truxton,'
                                                                                                                                                                        eating houses, a race course, claret, cham-                                                                                                                  N O T I C P.
sink into disgraceful oblivion with a corrupt bers. T!:e receipts for the". ye:ir have been ert Peel explained the failure of his attempt pagne and a solicitor—the latter is probnbly under Lieut. Coin. Upshnr, (according to the The annual meeting of the Jackson Congre-
and slavery-defending party."'                              .^O, less by 95.159 dollars than the receipts l o negotiate a Commercial treaty with Brazil. o breed quarrels between the natives and the Norfolk Beacon,) is to be dispatched to Con- fitional Association, will be ho'den al Leont,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         stantinople for the p    purpose of bringing home
                                                                                                                    The amount of it is that England wanted both colonists which will, by-and-by, cause the                                         p                                        gg
      As "Philo" may hereafter write again, we of the previous year.                                                                                                     lecessity for courts of law, judges, and a be remains of the late Commodore Porter, for | Jackson Co. on the first Thursday of June, the
                                                                                                                    ends of the bargain, and Brazil would not
 will venture a gratuitous suggestion for his 3 7 A t the annual Business Me.eting of the A.                                                                             langman. The} have already established a nterment in Ins native land.                                                            Gih nt 2 o'clock. P. M. It is hoped that all
                                                                                                                    stand it. The United Sta'es are to be tried nomnibiiF, and last not leaet, they are to have                                                                                            the Bishops, and a full delegation ol delegates
benefit, which he may, perhaps, regard favor- X- F . Ami-Slavjry Socia y, letters were read.
                                                                                                                    next. Nothing else transpired of any impor- a theatre.                                                                    The government of England, Holland, Bel- from the churches will be present.
ably, as he is pleised to attribute to us "con- 'r mi Messrs. Lnfou, Green and Andrews, late
                                                                                                                    tance.                                                  The following is a true copy of an adver- gium, Sweden, Denmark, Hanover, Switzer-                                                                                     THOS. JONES.
 siderable sagacity." If he really expects to missionaries onnecte 1 with the American Board,                                                                                                                                                nrl, Naples, Portugal, Sardinia and Buenos
                                                                                                                         An experiment has been imde with Hen- tisement found in one of the pnpeis from Ay res, have forbidden their consuls and other                                                                                      S-ribeof the Association1.
 nnke an impression upon Liberty men, or giving the re ip-ons < ! iheir voluntary disconnr-c-                                                                            Hong Kong, brought by the last overland
                                                                                                                    son's Aerial Machine. It rose 62.r> feet, but mail:—                                                                  agents in foreign countries to hold or hire                           Grass Lake. May 20th, 1843.
 those favorable to the Liberty party, he will :iHI from t!ie Bo-ird. The principal reasjn as
                                                    signed is—flie bonnl s ilicits and receives dona- in consequence of some part of the machinery                                  "ADVANCE HONG KONG!!!                                 slaves! It is notorious that Mr. Fox, British
 succeed much belter by a candid statement                                                                                                                                                                                                 minister at Washington, hires slaves,* Me
 of facts and argument*-, than he will by sneer-
                                                    riurts from Slaveholders, without reproof or r e - breaking, it descended with fearful rapidity.                                         '•TUKATRB ROYAL.                                                                                                   YPSIZ.ANTI ACADEMY,
                                                    luike. and in a way io countenance and keep the The intrepid experimentalist escaped with                                'Messrs Dutronquoy and Co. have a.t length Tavish, the consul at Baltimore, owns them,
 ing allusions to the "religio -political'* princi- system of Slavery in existence.                                                                                      the satisfaction of announcing to the nobility, and other functionaries do so likewise.
 ples of those whom he addresses.
                                                                                                                    slight injuries.                                     gentry, and clergy of this flourishinj, opulent                                                                                      TE ACHEB.S'" SEMXlff AS.T
                                                                                                                                       IRELAND.                           colony, that their theatre is advancing most                         Lion Tamers.—Daniel in the lion's den                                 II. H. GRIFFEN, PRINCIPAL.
                                                         [CPThe American Moral Reform Socioty with
                                                     in a few years Inve issued nineteen millions folio                   In anticipation of a conflict between a gath rapidly towards completion.                                          was hardly a circumstance to the feats of lion I                         MISSC. E. HAMMOND, ASSISTANT.
              I R I S H R EP E A L .                                                                                                                                          "It is on a most splendid scale, and wha tamers in these latter days. Herr Driesback, •
                                                     pnges of roidin<r .natter. 21.000 papers per ering of Repealers at Clones, in Monnghan with the pieces that will be performed, the one of the most extraordinary men of the age,
      An Irish Repeal Association has been form- month were issued last yeir. Petitions for salu- County, on Monday week, and a parly of Or- scenery that will be introduced, and the splen in training nnd subduing savage animals, har- 11 weeks. "While this school is equally open to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               T     HE twelfth term of this institution will com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      mence on Monday, May 29, and continue

 ed in this village—the only one, we believe, t uy laws have bean ciiculated in Ohio and New- j angemen from Fermanagh, who were undcr- did assemblage of rank, beauty and fashioi nesses and drive? a wild lion before an ancient                                                                            all of both sexes, who wish to acquire a good
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              education, particular attention will be given to
 in the Sta'c, except one in Detroit. P . S a w - York. PjuneylVa-.iia has passed a law making stood to have collected lo oppose the meeting which they hope to be honored with, ther triumphal car with ease and safety, as a part those who are prepcring to tca-.h. The exclu-
 yet jr. is Preside nt. Gentlemen of all politi- sCiluetion a penal ollenco.                                              considerable body of military and police ' s »° doubt but that the blaze of splendor wil of the tegular performances of Hhe shows" in sive and uninterrupted attention of the principal
                                                                                                                                                                          dazzle the eyes of all beholders.                                 New York.                                                          will be given to impart a practical knowledge of
 cal parlies have participated in the proceed                                                                        were concentrated on the spot. T\v ir pres-                                              :
                                                         trr"Tlic Christian Freeman snys that move-                                                                                                             'VlVAT RKGINA.                                                                                 the English Lrjnches. He occupies about half
 ings. The object we understand to bo, to aid m 'ii's are on foot in Connecticut 'o establish the ence did not prevrnt a fatal affray; the armed                              " N . B. The actresses have arrived during                          Queer.—Mr. Aldrich, in his last letter an hour daily in lecturing, with the aid of the ap-
 the patriots of Ireland, by our sympathy and plurality system in elections. It is desired by Fermanagh Orangemen came up and attempt- the last week, their beauties and talents are from Rome, tells us that an old statue of Jupi- paratus, minerals, or otherwise.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ter, in Bronze, placed in S»-. Peters church,                          APPARATUS.—The Institution is furnished
 by donations, in achieving a icpeal of the many ol both pirties ns a means of diminishing ed to slop the proceedings; che Repeal party only to be surpassed by their spotless virtues."
                                                                                                                                                                              l      b              d b thi            tl   i t "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            as the representative of St. Peter, has had all with Chemical, Philosophical, and Astronomical
 Union between England and Ireland—not that ihe influence of tho liberty pa'ty. The Freeman resisted; and in the turmoil, a Repealer was                                                                                                     its toes worn off by the kisses of the faithful! apparatus, Surveying Instruments. Geometrical
 the Iri^h wish to be soprrated fro.n the I3ri- snys the majority system now prevails in all the "ripped open'' and k'lled.                                                                                                                 —Albany Pat.                                                       solids, &C.| io the amount of $300; also, a good
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Cabinet of Minerals worth §">0.
 t : sh Empire—but they ask for the restoration New England stairs.                                                                     FRANCE.                                                                                                                                                                     TUITION in the common English branches, in-
                                                                                                                                                                           APPORTIONMENT OF SCHOOL MON-                                         "Nothing but the election of Henry Clay cluding Composition and Declamation from
 of the Irish Parliinent,u6 an indispensable step                                                                         The Ministry stands firm, and has credits
                                                         EPrtev. Mr. Raymond, of the Meiuli mission                                                                                                    EYS.                                  can sustain slavery,'' says a Southern paper. •J2.50 to !s3,50. In Philosophy. Chemistry, As-
 towards tho abrogation of those cruel and                                                                            (appropriations) voted for the year's service.
                                                     has introduced t h e Tc-mpfernnee r e f o r m i n t o S i - r                                                            The Superintendent of Public Instruction has Show that to the Whigs. The encourage- tronomy. History. Rheturic, BoVaay, Algebra,'
oppressive laws by which that fine country has rn tieon'e. Much interest was m.-inifested in the A Council of Scate was about to deliberate or: made the apportionment for this year. The sum ment for perseverance at the ballot box and Geometry, Surveying, &c. from $4,5tf to$5 : 00.
been impoverished ond degraded. One feature cause both by natives nn 1 Ruropems Nine of the tho amnesty to political offenders, which was apportioned is $19,29'-! 17. The whole number elsewhere, is cheering indeed. Please show Mezzotin'o and Chinese or Theorem painting,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                $3 0) each for 12 lessons, taught by Mrs. Grit-
 in this enterprise will commend it to the fa- Vcirli-iiis are :it work on a large larm in a high expected to be granted on the occasion of the of children of the legal nge returned, as wefindby it to your neighbor?.—Liberty Standard.                                                                      fen.
 vorable attention of the philanthropist and state of cultivation.                                                   King's fete. The Maulon journals state that the rep >rt of the late Superintendent, is 54.790.                                                                                                 The tuition is to be paid at the middle of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                According to the report of the Bank Com- term. No deduciion for absence will be made,'
 christnui—it is to be accomplished yythaut a                                                                        Ibrahim Pacha, the son of Mehemet Ali, was All these, however, do not draw money, because missioners of xMassachusetts, there were in the except for proti acted sickness, and no one will
                                                         I C T h e American liible Society Inve issued
 resort to force.      W e attended one evening                                                                      about to visit lhat port, his object being to ex-many of the cistricts, although reporting the Boston banks on the 2lst April. $5,100,000 he :eceived for less tlnn five and a half weeks.—
                                                     during the p?sr, 215.GO") Bibles an.I Testa-
 last week, and while we were well pleased ments in I!) Ii rarer;t tongue-?. The receipts of amine the arsenals, dock-yards and ports of number of scholais, have not complied with the specie. Their circulation at lhat time amount- Books may be had of the principal at Detroit
                                                                                                                                                                          law in other respects. The law is thus:                           ed to $2,690,000.—Poughkeepsie Tel.                                 pi ices.
 with the proceedings, we were not a little a- the Society have b-en j^SG,148,7>. Thirteen France.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  BOARD, Including room and washing, from
 mused to observe the necessity which com- agenis have \uu>n employed. To most lir.-it.'ic.u                                                                                  ' ; No such money shall be apportioned to any
                                                                                                                                                                          district from which a report shall not have been                      A writer in the Vermont State Journal, the $1,00 to .^1,50 per week; for further particulars
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 nquire of the principal.
 pelled the speakers when advocating the cause mtions, the Bible In I been sent in the -English                            The attempt of England to negotiate a                                                                            leading whiff papei of that Stare, has coin-                            Rev. f. M. Weaa. Rev. II. P. Powers. Rev.
 oflrish liberty,to advance the nmst ultra anti- language.                                                           Commercial Tiealy with Portugal has utterly received, nor any district in which a school shall                            • " " g j ^ r f i b f articles ur in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                O. F. North, J. Fakchildj M- D.. J. C- Allen,
                                                                                                                                                                          not have been kept, at leist three months durin
slavery doctrines. The natual right of every                                                                                                                                                                                              j to take tho stand assumed by Massachusetts, M. D., G. and E. M. Skinner, haVe kind-
                                                         C M r . B"t's his been givinir publicity to pri failed. (Portugal has had too much of this the year immediately prcceeding. by a qualified as a sovereign State, completely exempting ly consented to forma visiting co:nmitt:'e, to be,
 human being on every portion of the globe to pfrte convers-it ons between himself and Mr Ty- already ) The English pnpers are very savage teacher."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the State from all connection with slavery.                         present at the Week reviews on Thursday, and
 personal liberty, the produce of his industry, ler, verified by his ontli. He makes Mr. Tyler on Portuguese stupidity!                                                      Owing to non-compliance wit'i the above pro-                                                                                      at the public examination of the school.
to self government Sic. was urgec with much find himself c-u:fie and swear like the vilest of                                             SPAIN.                          vision, only 52,141 children draw money. The                          We cut the following from the Albany                               Ypsilanti. April 29, 1S43.                       5 - 1 v.
 eloquence, and_.lheaudience were instructed lil;:ck<junrJs.                                                             The new Cortes is not yet organized. It ipportionment gives .'57 cents to each.                                    Daily Patriot of the 15;h inst.
 to extend their sympathies und their aid to ev-                                                                                                                                                                                                TIIK AM. TKMPKRA.NCE UNION held its an-                                                  For Sale.
                                                                                                                     is doubtful whether the Espertero or the op- Annexed is a table ot counties, with the nuin- nual meeting in the Tabernacle on Friday
                                                         E P T h e credit system is last getting antiquated
ery individual stmiped with the impress of
humanity, who might be struggling for his
                                                     in St. Louis and Cincinnati.         One consequence
                                                                                                                     position will have the majority. The question !>eT of towns, districts and children, and the sum evening- President Frelinghtiysen in the chair
                                                     is, that the West is fast filling with Yankees.— of tiie prolongation of the minority of tne
                                                                                                                                                                          ipportioned to each.                                              Publications sold the past year to the amount
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                O     NE yoke of WORKING OXEN- Enquire
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       at the Hat Store of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       at the Ilat Store of               H. BAGG,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Lower Town.
rights. One gent lemon went further than                                                                                                                                            No, t'ns no. dis't. no. chil.             ain't.        of $7,507 17. Addresses were made by                                   Ann Arbor, May 29, 1843.                            5-if
                                                     They umlerstand how to use the nimble sixpence. Q,u°en was beginning to be agilated. The Wayne.                                      1G          104         G-1-J7    2385 39 George S. Cathon, M. C. from Connecticut,
most abohiioni.ste. l i e took the ground that                                                                       C'ustellano contains a letter from Saragossa VYash'naw. 20
the Irish had rights given them by the God O"Milwnukie, \ \ . T. "contains nearly 4,000 of the 14th, stating tint the Ayuntamiento Qakland, 25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            234G 17 Dr. Patton, Dr. Junes, Mr. Hawkins and Dr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            '2-2riO (!8
Nature, and it- was their duty to defend them                                                                                                  f ,hat cily
                                                                                                                                                                          Lena wee, 15)
                                                                                                                                                                          Jackson,        17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1U69 44
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1235 80
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                A      VA UAULE UMBRELLA, cotton cov-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       er, which Ins been left ot some store or
at all event^ikougk England should be drench- j eight years ago. It has an excellent harbor, and !present a petition in favor of that pn-jxt to Maoomb. 14                                              75        2457        909 09            The Texan society, in the first settlement of dwelling in the village. The fiuder is respect-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               fully requested to return il to
ed in Llool.'                                        valuable waterpower.
                                                                                                                     the Cortes.                                          Calhouni 20                   85        2i21        895 77 the country, is thus described by the Picayune:                                                                     G. BECKLEY.
                                                                                                                                                                          Monroe,         14            Gl        2117        7S3 29 "First there was the aristocracy, or 'the upper
                                                         (CFThe An crienn BoarJ had in Ilindost.-in in                    Accounts from Madrid arc to the 19th. Tho Livingston, 15
                                                                                                                                                                          Biltsdait. 15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (.71 18 crust;' who. Irom the fact lhat they wore shoes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              6 4 17 and stockings, were by common consent allowed
            The New York Tribune says: "To 1837.15:5 free schools, in which were taught Cortes conUrwed to be occupied in the verifi-                                                      14           55        i (i54      611 98 to lake precedence in all matters of taste, ele-                                         CELEBRATED
                                                     6.000 ch.lilren, at an averages ex,)enee of 3 ! cenls cation of the returns. Among 99 deputies
make a desperate struggle and gain by it, if each.                                                                                                                                                                            579 42 srnnee, or fashion. Then cune the second or
successful, only one branch of the legislature                                                                     ' who have been dec'arcd duly elected within Branch,
                                                                                                                                                                          Si Joseph, 14                 42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1595       55fi 85 middle class, an order tint wore shoes, but were                             CHEMISAL PLASTER.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               502 4G unable to go to the expense of stockings. The
—incurring resposibility, yet acquiring no
powei—is just such an enterprise 08 tho whig grand Bunker Hill
                                                                 Mr. Tyler      is to be present at the the preceding Iwo days is Seisor Prim, lately Cass,
                                                                                celebration, June 17.
                                                                                                                     deprived of his commission of Colonel, for his St. Clair..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               45:; 99 third or lower class, 'went barefoot,' and ra-ik-                        T     HE following is one from among the nu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       merous testimonials from persons of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               411 6i led below the first mentioned grades in every re highest respectability, which the proprietors have
party is least filled for.' The Tribune there- Daniel Webster delivers the oration.                                  conduit during the late revolt at Barcelonia. Berrien,                             25         1079        399 23 spect."                                                                   received.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         37          9G3       35G 31                                                                               From Kimball Porter, T,&{. Mayor of the
fore notifies all whom it may concern tliyt the                                                                      The new ministry had not been appointed.— L.ipeer.                                                        288 97           Tiirc THAMES TUNNEL was openrd on the town of Wooster, O.. (one of tl e firm of Neil-, ••
                                                         DZTOfllcial reports make the number of piu- The following list had, however, been circu- Kent,                                                  20          7 SI
e!< ctions of '4S will be no criterion of those of pers in England and YVa'es, Indoor, 221,000:                                                                            Inghani,                      :;:5        733       271 21 25th of March. It has cost nearly three More & Co.)
                                                                                                                      lated:—M. Campuzano, as President and Min- F.aion.                                 go          652       211 24 quarters of a million sterling. The first two                                 I do hereby certify that I have' used i ; E .
*44. Should this philosophy be adopted, we Out-door, 1,207,407; Total, 1,429,0.-!).                                                                                                                                            1G4 28 days 50,000 persons passed through, on the Dean's Chemical Plaster, fir Chronic Ilhcuina-
                                                                                                                                                                           Shiawassee, 7
                                                                                                                     is'er for Foreign Affairs: Alonzo, Justice; Van Buron, 10                           21          414
suppose the whigs of Michigan will lie upon                                                                                                                                                               10          4(1      163 17                                                                           tlsni in the fp ing of 1^40, and fa mid if a cer-
 their onrs fora year to come; for they cannot                   The Liberty Convention of N. Hamp General Inarte, the Interior; Ceneral Ch con. lunia.                                                  Ifi         :w I      137 27 payment of id. each.                                                      tain enrc. and have not been troubled with the
                                                                                                                                                                           Allegnn,                      12          350       129 50                                                                           compliint since.                           K. PORTER.
 expect to cary both branches of the Legisla- ?hire mrets June 7, to nominate candidates for War; Pita Pizarro, Finance; General Capaz, Barry,                                                            14          272      100 64           Aggravated Offence.—-At New Orleans, on Woosier, Wayne Co.. O.. Dec. 19. '42.                                                5
 ture this year. This system of tactics re- State officers.                                                           Marine; Joachim Lopez, President of the Con- Clinton,                              12          224        82 8='      the I4th inst. a'negress named Agnes was O T For lhe diseases in'which this Plaster is ap-
                                                                                                                     gress.                                                Mach mac.                       1           2-i       10 36 condemned to receive five lashes for telling a plicable, see advertisement in another co'urnn of
 mind* us (f the man mentioned by the Eman-                                                                                                                                                                                        9 62 white woman to leave the street and wash j this paper.
                                                          Anti-Slavery papers are multiphing. One                                                                         Ottawa;                           1          26
 cipator, who got oft' from his horse that he                                                                                           T URKE Y.                                                                                           the paint from her face!                                                E. Dean's Chemical Plaster is for sale in Ann'
                                                      hasjtisi bern started in Lodi. Cattarauguj co.                                                                                                                                                                                                            Arbor. (Lower Town.) by i
 might get along faster on foot.                                                                                          Letters from Constantinople of the 7th have                     34fl        1556       52.141 19.292 17
                                                      N. Y.                                                                                                                                                                                     Lake Michigin has nbout a thousand miles of                                 J. 11. LUND, oud
                                                                                                                      reached us. The bearer of the ultimatum of              The followim table shows the several amounts                                                                                                  W. S. A: J. W. MAYNAPJ). \ Upper
                                                          The Lowell Washingtonian, Mass, lias the Emperor Nicholas, relative to the Servian apportioned to Washtennw.                                                                    I coast. The average depth of the lake is estima-
            Just sec what Daniel Webster and all                                                                                                                                                                                      . j ted by the talented and scientific geologist of the                               CHRISTIAN EBERiJACH, S Town
 our slavcholding bullies have gained by their hoisted the Liberty banner.                                            question, presented to M. Boutenieff to Sarim Ann Arbor.                   255 67 Bridgwatcr,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     : I State of Michigan (Dr. lloughton) to be one ( .
                                                                                                                                                                                                 247 90 Manchester,                         thousand leet, though in some parts ot it, with j CMJI^T^OtV                                                 Sl'ltJtfJtiW&I&W
 loud talk on the Creole case. In answer to               05 " Boston is growing rapidly. A gentle- Effendi,' had been instructed to wait eight Saline,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 153 92 Webster,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 152 90 Sharon,                             a line of eighteen hundred feet i i length, no j
  inquiries respecting the instructions that had man lately counted 124 brick houses in the days for a reply. T h e Turkish Government York,                                                                                                                                                                                A SUMMER TERM
                                                                                                                                                                          Stdem,                 147 63 Northricld,                         soundings could be found. Its elevation above
 been sent to the Colonial Governors respecting progress of construction.
lhat case, "Lord Stanly stated that they
 did not differ materially from those forwarded
                                                                                                                     seems doiermined to moke no approach to
                                                                                                                     concession, and should no satisfactory answer Freedom,
                                                          Dr.grncrar.y.—Michigan has repealed her Inwa be forthcoming within the time prescribed, Superior,
                                                                                                                                                                          Scio,                   144 30 Auguun,
                                                                                                                                                                                                  123 S4 Limn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  12! 73 Dexter,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          , the surface of ibe Atlantic was also computed by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                76 59 him. It does not vary much from five hundred
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 , _ I". ! and seventy feet above, nnd of course extends
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        : ! in its average depth, some four hundred and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                w       ILL commence on the rust monflny of June
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         next, am! continue twelve Weekd.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         TV IT I ONi
                                                                                                                                                                 ,                 119 88 Sylvnn,
 by the late ministry, which were, that if any to nunsli Siduotion and adultery. — Shamtfull — •he Russian Ambassador will, it is believed I'ilt&tield,                                          112 48 Lvmlon.                              thirty feet below tho surface of the ojean.—Ex-                        For common English branclu d.                    3^00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            change pvper.                                                           For the higher English branuriesy                 4,00
 man were detained in a ship in a British Port, Morning Star, N. H.                                                  demand his passports.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    For Latin and Greek,                             5,00
 the British Governor had only to verify that                                                                             The German Universal Gazette announces,                              1,579 25                        76/ 75           The New York Morning Chronicle offers a                                                GEO. W. BANCROFT.
                                                          QIPThc Free Prcsa snys. that 250,000 persons
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1.579 25 reward of #5000, to any one who will form a                                                                                   Preceptor.
 fact, and then give his immediate protect'.on have passed over the Central Railroad without under date Belgrade, 12lh inst. that Prince
                                                                                                                                                                                             Amount.                       2.347 0 ) plan to conduct a paper that will please every                                                 MRS. BANCROFT. Preceptress.
 and assistance io the parly so detained."            injury to any one.                                              Alexander, accompanied by the metropolitan                                                                                                                                                   Clinton, May 17, \8VX                            4-4\v
       Why don't the Slaveholders declare war?                                                                       and the primate of Servia, had rppaired to                                                                              body.
                                                          Cnus's'cncij.—The New York Plebian says:
                                                      " W e remember when the whig pnpers were
                                                                                                                      Schabacz, where an insurrection had taken                The American Sunday School Union.—
                                                                                                                                                                          Durincr a recent address"m New York, Dr. i Knc'lmi!-The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         . ,,.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Governor of Mississippi Ins
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   . .,
             The Whigs would have us believe abusing Mr. Van Burcn for allowing ihe hurt Vino- place.                                                                                                                                                                                                                 LOUR B A R R E L S for sile Cheap for
  that the r enlarged patriotism attends to alt ny of a negro to be taken at n Court Marlial.—                             Several districts were in open revolt, nnd it
                                                                                                                                                                             yjg      ?XE& that the American Sunday Schoo'l | ffiSiSSJ £ £ £ £ # £ * £ * M f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Journal K i v i s C ! ! | i e police
                                                                                                                                                                          Union has under its care 2.000,000 cn.ldren- J J f ^ , . , 0 l i m , v ;advises ,the police officers nnd                   and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                F      Cash, l.y                     C J. GARLAND. 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ann Aibor. Upper Town, May 5. l.S4:5.
 the groat interests of the country. In 1827, In the late Court of Inquiry, no less ihnn four was feared that tho troops were disaffected.                                 has published 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 s e p a r a t e volumes d u - j thief-catchers not to rrouWe thewiselroa ibfctfl it,
                                                                                                                                                                               fr t h e last year, besides giving 288 libraries a s j t j s certain the repn hating State would re-
  Daniel Webster, then tho great expounder were examined, but the whig papers have not                                                    INDIA.                           to destitute schools. It has received §14,000 pudiate :ho proffered reward.                                                                             Sheep Shears.
  of Whig orthodoxy, said before some thou- even noticed the circumstance. Tho sincerity                                   Calcutta papers to the 5tH nit. inclusive) in donations.                He said that cold and free-                                                                                        ORSalei,-                      ^ y GARLAND.
  sand persons, "I regard slavery in itself as a of the whigs in their foimcr denunciations., it is brought to Alexandria by the extra steamer"' sectarianism was the greatest of the evils                                                The Mount Vernon estate is now in the pos-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            session and residence of Mrs. John A. Wash-                              Ann Ail or, Upper Town. .Un 5. I84&
  great moral, social, and POLITICAL KVIJ,.'1         not easy to diecover.                                           Tennasseiim, to Malta by the Cyclops, and which afflicted tiie church.                                                                                                                          LANK D E E D S , Q
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      L A N K DEEDS,                     g     p
  Since the Whigs have come to power, what                Solitary Confmcm nL—This mode of punish-
  have they done for the removal of this ''great ment lias boon abandoned in Rhode Island, ns been received.
                                                                                                                      thence to Marseilles by the Anchoron, have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ington, widow of a nephew of Gen. George
                                                                                                                                                                              Seventy-seven thousand dollars arc paid in i Washington: so swiftly do the generations of                                         B      CUTIONS, SUMMONSES,    S                           just

                                                                                                                    t                                                      Boston, per hiinuto, ad takmed to Public ' men follow each other in the solemn march to j l M I l U L t i a l '^'^. s / " i t 1 y' 1 l / C ( >/.7/ri;
  political tvilV                                     injurious to healih,und sometimes to the .intellect. ' 'l'hc papcib thus received arc almool dcsli- rfchool Instructors.                                                               ihelurnb!'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Chancery Sale.                                         TO WOOL
                      1843.                               Thresh ing JWachin es.
                                                         H P H E undersigned would inform ihe public
                                                                                                                  Peters Pills.                                                    CELEBRATED                                           , for Cash and to the highest Bidder.
    WHOLESALE * RETAIL.                                                                                         ' T i s fun they say to get well with them,                                                                     N the cause" pending in the Court ol Chancery,
      .if. jri'FtfliltJE.Y,
                                                         X that they continue to manufacture UOKSK
                                                             POWKISS and THIIKSIIINC; MACHINES, two and
                                                            a half mil es from the village of Ann Arbor.     A          L L mankind throughout their wide and im-   CHEMICAL PLASTER,
                                                                                                                         mense circulation thai e>ei tiy ;hem c o n -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           J     for the Second Circuit of the State of Michi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             gan, wherein James Abbott is complainant, and
                                                            on the rail-road. The Horse Power is a late unue to buy them. Peters' Pills are purely veg- The most effectual rawdy yd discovered for Abigail Welch. David Eaton. George Welch,                                           WOOL CARDING $ CLOTH DRESSING.
  BOOKSELLER A N ; STATIONER,                               invention by S. W. Foster, nnd is decidedly etable; they work no miracUs, nor do they pio-                     Rheumatism, Fever Sons, If hitV Swell-             Henry Welch, Unmet Welch, and Augusta
                    SMARTS BLOCK,                           superior to any other ever offered to the pub- fess to cure nil diseases, because tluy are lite
                                                            lic, as will appear by the statements of those scientific compound of a. regular physician, who
    137 J E F F E R S O N A V K N U K , D E T R O I T . who have used them during the last year. It has made his profession the study of his life. Dr.
                                                                                                                                                                                 ings, Inflammation in the Eyes,
                                                                                                                                                                                      Stcc'llcd Throat in Scar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Welch, aio defendan s, the said George, Henry,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Harriet, nnd Augusia being Miuois, under tl.e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             a;_e of twenty one years,—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      T    HE Subscribers respectfully announce to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            citizens of Ann Arbor nnd vicinity, thm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      they nre prepared to enrd wool nnd dress cloth
    Keeps constantly fur sale a complete assortment is light in weight and small in compass, being Peters is a graduate of Yale College, also o! the                                     let Frier, Quintcy,                                                                          lor customers, in the best style, and at the short-
                                                                                                                                                                                               frc. tf-c,                        Whereas, by a decretal order in the above
        of Miscellaneous. School and Classical                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        est notice. Having good machinery, experienced
                                                            carried together with the Thresher, in a com- Massachusetts Medical College, and has nui.e.-                                                                               made by his Honor Elmi Farnsworth,
                                                                                                                                                                             HE CHEMICAL PLASTER is an import- cause,Chancellor of the State of Michigan, bear-
          Books; Letter and Cap Paper, plain and
             ruled, Quills. Ink. Sealing Wax,
              Cu lery, Wrapping Pupc-r, Prinl-
                                                             mon waggon box. and drawn with case by what distinguished himself as a man of science                  T                                                        then
                                                                                                                                                                                ant remedy Itr those who are ufllicied with ing date the fourteent'< day ol July, A. 1). eight-
                                                            two horses. It is ns little liable to break, 01 and genius among the family of the late G)\. chronic and inflamnntory complaints, by its eas-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      workmen, and long practice in the business, they
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      have the utmost confidence that they shall give
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ample satisfaction to those who favor them with
                 jng 1'aper, jt ail stzes: and              get out of repair, as nny other Horse Power, Peters; Peters' Vegetable Pills arc simple in their ing pain, counteracting inflammation, and giving een hundred and foity one, it was ordered and
                                                             md will work as easy nnd thrash" as nuii h I preparation, mild in their action, thorough in speedy relief by its active, strengthening, a                       decreed, that the above named defendants should          their patronage.
                    Book, News and Can-                                                                                                                                       d     lif b i        ti     trngthei
                       ister Ink, oJ va-                    with four horses attached to it ns nny other ihetr operation, and unrivalled in their results.— dyne, diaphoretic and cnuntciirritunt pcopertids— redeem certain mortgaged premises in the Com-                             WOOLEN FACTORY.
                          nniis kinds.                      power with five horse?, ns will appear from The town and country arc alike filled with thtii ' a n eiUiclual remedy for Chronic and lmflamii\:ito- plainant's bill contained, by the payment of the
                                                                                                                                                                              f f e l        d f Chronic and Imflamnynto                                                                  The subscribers have on bund a large amount
                                                            thc recommendations below. New patter     patterns ! praise. The palace and the pour house Ir y ftbeunintiam, Ague in the Breast, Scalds, sum of four hundred ane) ninety-eight dollars and
     , BLAHS BOOKS, .                                       have been made for the cast Iron, ami addi- i echo with their virtues. In all climates they will Burns. Bruises, Scrofula. Ulcers, Old Sores of twenty-four cents, and the interest to accrue
      Full and Inlf bound, of every variety oJ Killing. tional weight and strength applied wherever it | retain their wonderful powers nnd exert almost every description. Cankered and Swelled thereon, from ihfl fourteenth day ol' July, eight-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       of FULL CLOTH and FLANNELS, manu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       faciured by themselves, which they purpose to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       exchange for wool.
            MEMORANDUM BOOKS. &c.                           had appeared to be necessary from one year's ! them unaltered by aye or sitintion, and this Throat arising from Scarlet Fever, Fejpns, White ecu hundred and forty one, the date ol a certain
     To Merchants, Teachers, nnd others, buying use of the machine.                                               the voice of a grateiul community proclaimed.— SwcUfng'sj Chilblains, &c. Persons Buffering report in said decree mentioned, and also the                                             TERMS.
            in quantities, a large discount made.               The subscribers deem it proper to state, Peters' Pills prevent—keep r ft" diseases il timely from Liver Complaints, Pulmonary diseases, I n - costs qf cuiiiplainant to be ta.\ed, on or before the                       One ynr.l of full cloth will be given for two
                                                            that a number of horse powers were sold last used, Mid have no rival in curing billions fever, flntmnntion of the Lungs, with pain in the side, fourteenth day of November, in ihe year eighteen                           nnd three-fourth pounds of wool in the fleece;
   SABBATH S G H O O U T B I B L E SOCIETY DEPOSITOR year in the village of Ann Aibor which were fever and nguc,dyspepsia, liver, back or limbs, will find relief by the rsc ol this hundred and torty-nne, or that in default thereof,                               the cloth to be of the same quality the wool will
                                                 51-tf.     believed by the purchasers to ho those invented sick hendacho, jaundice., asthma.dropsy, iheuma- Plaster. In all cases it mny be used with perfect the said mortgaged premises with the nppurtc-                           make.
                                                            by S. W. Foster, and thnt m st or all ol them tisnj) enlargement of.lhe spleen, piles, colic, fe- S
                                                                                           <                                                                                                                                 nuicey. or so much thereof as would be sufficient                            —ALSO—
                 Mortgage Sale.                             were either made materially different* or al- | male obstruction, heart burn, furred tongue, nati- 'K                DEAN S CHEMICAL PLASTER '* to pay the said debt and the interest which had                               One yard of flannel lor one nnd a half pounds'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             accrued, or might thereafter accrue with said
         EFAULT having been made in the payment tered before sold, so as to be materially dif- | sea, diflti'iition of tho stomach and bowels, ineipi- put up in boxes at filly cents and one dollar costs, and which might be sold separately with-                                   of wool. Thankful for past favors, the subscri-
 D        of a certain sum of money, secured, to be ferent from those made and sold by the sub- i cut diarrhoea, flatulence, habitual constiveness, each, with full directions accompanying each box. out injury to the parties or either pf them, should
   paid by indenture of mortgage, bearing date the scribers. Such alterations beina decidedly loss of appetite., bloched, or sallow complexion, Manufactured and sold wholesale by H. H A R - be sold at public auction, ai the Couit House, in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       bers would respectfully solicit a share of public
   ninth day of May, in the year of our Lord, one deirjm.en.ta toiheutilityofihe machine. They { and in all cases of torpor of the bowels, where RIS & CO., Ashtnbuln. Ohio, sole pronritto 8, the village of Ann Aibor. in the County of                                                                     J. HECKLEY & CO.
  thousand eight hundred and thirty nine, executed have good reason to believe that every one of I a cathartic or aperient is indicated,, p                 producing to whom nil orders should be uddreYsed. Sold
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Washtenaw, by and under ihe direction of one of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Ann Arbor. May 12, 18-13.              3-tf.
                                                                                                                               u     ripi
  by Miller Barker, of Clinton, Lenawee County, those returned by the purchasers as unsatisfac n i t h nausea, griping nor dbilit nnd »
                                                                                                                  neither                        debility; d »ve re- also by their Agents throughout the country.
  Michigan, to George Westfall, of Plymouth, in torj were of this class. They are not aware peat all who buy them continue to try them.
  the Comity of Wayne, Michigan, and recorded that any Power that went from their shop, and                          The most triumphant success has ever atten sicians.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the Masters ol the said Court, the said Master
                                                                                                                                                                          ETA liberal discount made to deulcisand phy- first giving six weeks previous notice of the time                      TO CL0THIERS7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             nnd place of sale in some newspaper published in          MANUFACTURERS AND
   in the Register's Office, of the County of Wash- was put in use, as they made it, has been ded their use and enough is already known of                                 For testimonials and certificates from persons .said CoiK-.ty, as by the said decree, reference be-
   tenaw, in said State, on the I Ith day of May, A. condemned or laid aside as a bad machine,                    them to immortalize and hand them down to pos        6f the highest respectibility, who have used the ing thereunto had; may more (V.lly appear,
   D. 1839, at l u j o'clock. A. M. in liber, No. 8,            All who wish t'lbuyare irivited to examine j lerity with the improvements of the age in rued* Chemical Plaster, see another column of this pa-
   page 113, upon which there is claimed to be due, them and to enquire of those wli4i have used ieal science. Dr. Peters was bred to the hcal- per.                                                                            And wheiea?, the said premises me yet unre-            r I lllF. subscribers are now receiving, at their
   at the date of this notice, the sum of one bun them. There will be onntor examination at N. ling art, and in order to supply dem mds, he has>                          For sale by the following Agents in Michigan: deemed, nnd the above stated sum with interest,                  I stores, 188 Jefferson Avenue, and corner of
  dred and twelve dollars and sixty one cents.              H. \ViNt,\s, Duster village; and one at MAR- originated and called to his aid the only swan                                                                      and costs, is yet due and unpaid,                         Randolph and Woodbridge streets, Detroit, a
                                                                                                                                                                           II. W. Rood, Nile*.                                  l\ow, theiefore, notice is hereby given, that in       large and general stock of
      Notice i* therefore hereby given, that by virtue TIN Wiu.sox's sloichntsc hi On oil.—both driven machinery in the world for pill working*                           J. C. Lanimoie. "
  of a power of sale in said mortgage contained, these gentlemen being agents for the sale of 'Tis perfec, and its process imparts to the pil                                                                                pursuance of the directions of the said decree,
  nnd pursuant to the statute in such case made ana them.                                                         essential viittie. because by being perfectly           C. Sxannhun, Edwardsbqrkh.
                                                                                                                                                                           Win. O. Austin, White Pigeon.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and by virtue of its authority. 1 will, on the six-        Dye Woods &, Dye Stuffs.
  provided, will be sold at public auction or ven-              The price will be $120 fora four horse wrought, all the pills' hidden virtue is revealed,                                                                    •eenth day of Mny next, rt the hour of Twelve               o5 tons Logwood, Fustic, Liinewood, Nicar-
                                                                                                                                                                          Isaac Bcnham, Jr., Conatantine.                     >'clock, at nnon, ni the Court House of the                    ra<run, Hypernic Wood, in the htick,
  due, at the Court House, in the village of Ami power, with a threshing machine, with a stave 1 when called into action, and here also it is Peters                       Dan!. L. Kin.bcrly. Scho'lcrafl.
  Arbor, in the County of Washtenaw, und State or wooden bar cylinder; anJ §130 fur a horse                       excels all the world and takes all the premiums.                                                           County of Wr.shtenaw. in the village of Ann                 ?30 bbls. ground Camwood,
                                                                                                                                                                           H. B. Huston, &. F. March, jr PM Kiifainozoo. Arbor, s e " t o 'he highest bidder, at public Auc-             150        do       Fustic
  of Michigan, on Tuesday, the twenty-lil'th d;xy of power with a threshing machine with an iron I medals and diplomas. So clear the tract for the James W. Cothren. P. M. Gnlcshu gh.
  July next, at one o'clock, in tho afternoon of that bar cylinder.                                            j Engine—Peters' Pills are coming—a million ol                                                                lion, the lands and premises in said decree men-            120        do       Logwood,
                                                                                                                                                                          T. L. Bolkcom, P. M. Battle Creek                  tioned, or so much thereof as may ho sufficient             100        do       Redwoods,
  day, the premises in snid mortgage describe*!, as j The attention of the reader is invited to Hiej witnesses can now be herd for ihem — resistless                      James M. Parsons, P. M. Marshall.
  follows, to wit: All that certain piece or parcel | following recommendations.                               j —do you hear that! while n host can testify                                                                 to pay the aforesaid sum. interest and costs, arxl            20       do       Alum,
                                                                                                                                                                          Paul Raymond, Druggist, J.-.ckson.                 can be sold sepaiately without injury to nny of                 6 hhds Copperas,
  of land, situate, lying and being in the county of I                          S. W. FOSTER & CO. I that they believe they owe their snlvntion from                      Wm, Jackson, P. M. Leoni.
  Wns'.itenaw, in the State aforesaid, and known                Scio. April 20. 184"?.                            disease and death to Peters' Pill, and if calomel                                                          the parties in this cause, which said lands and                 4 do I'lue Vitriol,
                                                                                                                 andknivesarc getting partially into disuse we             Hale nnd Smith, Grass Lake.                       premises nre known and described as follows, viz:               4 pipes Ombre and Crop Madders, prime,
  nnd described as being the southwest quarter o!                        RECOMMEND A TWITS.                                                                               John C. Winans, Sylvan.
  section No. thirty-four, in WWiJShip No. four,                This is to certify that we have used one of are only mistaken.                                                                                                All that certain tract or parcel of land situate in        r>00 lbs. Extinct Logwood,
                                                                                                                    CKKTIFICAT.ES.—This paper could be filled with        J Millerd & Son, De-tor. _                         the County of Wnshtcnnw. and State of Michi-                000 do Bengal, Madras and Cnraccns Indigo,
  south of range No. four cast, containing one him- ' S W. Foster's newly invented Horse Pow-                                                                              Thomas P. Mav. Jr. Plymouth,                                                                                  300 do lilue Nutgalls, (Allcppo,)
  dred nnl sixty acres of land, be the same more or ers foj about five months, and threshed with them by residents of Michigan, by your friends                                                                              gan, known os the East half of the South East
                                                                                                                                                                          Perin & Hall, Northville,                          quarter of Section number thirty-two, in Town-              250 do Powdered Curcuma,
 less; excepting and reserving all that cerrain part it about 80:10 bushels, and believe it is con- nnd neighbors—ask our agents. It is now well                          Mead & McCarthy. Farmington,                                                                                   200 do Verdigris,
 of said tract of land. oBo've described, which was structed on better principles than any other known that the people will have Peters' Pills,                                                                              ship number four, South of Range number sev-
                                                                                                                                                                          Peter Van Every, Franklin,                         en East, containing eighty ncrrs.                              10 Carboys Oil Vitriol,
  heretofore deeded by Grov? Barker and Persia Horse Power. One of the undersigned has nnd to hinder would betostop the rushing wind.                                     Julius Dean, Pontinc,                                                                                              6      do A(,un FortiiH.
 Barker to laaia Currier." Said Mortgage having \ owned nnd used eight different kinds of Horse Price 25 or 50 cents per box.                                             Mack & Sprngue, Rochester,                            Tbe sale will be absolute—without redemption
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             4      do Spirits Sea Salt?,
 been given to secure the payment of the purchase Powers, and we believe that four horses will                       Tho resistless force of these truths—their uni-      James Stephens, Utica.                             and for ca&h.
 money of said premise*                                    thrash ns much with this Power as fire will versal reception, added to the testimony of mill-
                                                                                                  fj                                                                                                                                                   G. T. GRID LEY.                       4      do Nitric Acid,
                                                                                                                                                     1                    E. C. Gallup. Mt. Clemens.                                                                                         2 case? Lac Dye,
                    GEORGE WESTFA1.L. Mori. | with any o:her power with which we areac- ions, '-keep it before the people ' must and will
                    GEORG                                                                                                                                                 G. &-J. G. Hill. ) n                                                             Master in Chancery.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         300 lbs. Banquo Tin,
     II. A. NOYKSJ Att\\                                  quainted.                                              be heard throughout this v'nle of tears.                                                                       C. H. STKWAKT. Sol. forComplt.
                                                                                               H. CASE.             Their happy influence on }oung ladies while           John Owen & Co. j Detroic.                            Dated this 2cth day of Match, '8-43.                     2.">0 do Cream Tartar,
    Dated, April I Oth. ld-4                     1-3m
                                                                                               S. G. IVES. suffering under the usual changes of life as di- Dr. Thos. M. Sweeny, Dearbornville,                                 The above sale is adjourned to the 8ih day of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         500 do Quereciron Bark.
                                                                                                                 rected by the laws of nature, they impart n buoy-        E. Samson. Ypsil.mti.                                                                                          Together svith a complete assortment ofall the
           TO    CLOTHIERS                                    Scio, January, 12.-1S42.
                                                                                                                ancy of heart, feeling and action, an elastic step,      J. H. LUND.                         >             ! June next, at the time and plare above mention?           minor articles in the trade, to wit:
                                                     is to inform the public that I have pur- velvet cheek, lilly nnd carnation complexion by               W. S. & J. W. MAYNARD. > Ann A.bor. jed                               G. T. Gill DLEY. Master.                 P.ess Papers, Teazles, Brushes, Jacks, Tent
                             AND                          chased, and have now in use, one of the their action on the chyle, &c. and ladies in del- CHRISTIAN EBERBACH, )                                                       Ann Arbor. May 1 (>. If4!.                                    Hooks, Dye Kettles, Pickers, Burling
                                                          Horse Powers recently invented by S W. icatcsituations always admit their power and in-
  WOOL CARDERS.                                           Foster, mode by S. W. Foster, i t C i . , am!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   '9-1 v                                                                        Irons, Nippers, Piussiateof °ot-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ash, Sal Amoniac. Sal Soda,
T       HE subscriber would respectfully solicit the believe it be constructed upon belter prin- nocence, and tnke thorn two or three at a time
         attention of Clothiers and Wool Carders, to ciples, and requires less strength of horses withon'. in the slightest degree incuiring the haz-              NO            FIC                                           Ploughs! Ploughs!                                                     Sugar of Lead, Steel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Reeds. Card Cleaners,
an examination of his present Stock of articles in than any other power with which I am ac ard of an abortion; which facts are of the utmost
                                                                                                               importance. Pimples; a yorng lady sent her
 their line, assuriug them of their superior quality, quamted.
 (which will be apparent upon examination) and                                              A. W E E K S .
                                                                                                                love to Dr. Peters, nnd says she feels more grate-
                                                                                                                fu' to him for the restoration of her beauty than
                                                                                                                                                                                 ONE P R I C E S T O R E .                                                                                MACHINE CARDS,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Satinett Warps, Shears, <Jtc.
and of the unusually low rates at winch he is en-
abled to sell them.
     Among a variety of articles belonging to the
                                                              Mount Clemens, Sept 8, 1S41.                      if he had saved her life. 'Tis fun to get well     T        HE subscriber still continues to sell DRY
                                                                                                                                                                              GOODS, and DRY GROCERIES, at No.
                                                              This is to inform the public that I have pur- with Peters Piils.for they cause the blood tocourse 5, Huron Block, Loirer Town.                 His stock of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         This entire stock has been purchased within the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      last two weeks, and selected personally by one
trade may he enumerated:                                 chased one of the Horse Powers, recently in- as limpid and gentle through the veins as a moun- each was carefully selected and well purchased,                                   CJIN'T BE BEAT!                             ol the concern, who has been in the business for
                                                         vented by S. W. Foster, and ugad it for a num. tain rivulet; 3 or 4 is a common dose, hence the which enables him to sell low for ready pay.                                                                                 the last eleven years, and they have no hesitation
    Cards of every description; Shuttles, Steel
Reeds 4-4 5-4 wide; Cloihiers Jacks; Sattinett           er of months, and believe it is the best power patient is not compelled to make a meal.
Warp; Emery; Tenter Hooks; Worsted Har- in use, working with less strength of horses                                    TROUBLE IN PLUTO'S CAMP.
                                                                                                                                                                         As he believes the money of the same quality
                                                                                                                                                                      of every person, is of the same value, he will soil
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          T       HE subsciibirs have constant}- on hund a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   largo assortment of                                in sayin« that the quality of these iroods is un-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      exceptionable. They will po^itivly be sold at the
ness; Card Cleaners and plates; Screws; Cop- than any other power with which I am ac- Quite astonished Old Pluto cameto New York, to nil for the same price, and no amount of Ora-                                                      PLOUGHS,                                      lowest New York jobbing prices, with the ad-
per Kettles; Shearing Machines, Parson'a, also, quainted, nnd being small in compass, is 'Hearing Peters had got his Pill Engine at work,) tory can swerve him from that course. Persons of a superior quality, which they offer for sale                                             dition of transportation only.
two or three                                             asily moved from one place to another. I To resign his commission, his hour glass and can make just as good bargains by sending an a- as CHEAP as can be purchased at any other                                                 The subscribers have the sole Agency in this
                                                           believe 4 horses will thresh as much with                                                                  LTcnt. as to come them.-elves.                         plicc in this County. Thoso wishing to purchase          State for the sale of.
        Carding Machines.                                this power as 5 will witli anv other power.—                     scythe;
                                                         The plan and the working of this power have I have come to deliver them nil up to you—
                                                                                                                                                                         In connexion with tbe store is a GKIST nnd will piedse call and examine for thenis-eh cs.                      "J'ARSON'S SHEARING MACHINES."
     The subscriber fsels himself warran'ed in as-                                                              Sir, my calling is over—my business is through; FI.OLKING Mii.t,. where he will constantly pay                              PARTRIDGES, KENT & CO.                    and the ctl.-hnted '• LEICESTER        MACHINE
suring the trade that his supply of Clothiers been universally approvod of by fcrmers for I have been for three years in a terrible stew,                                                                                       Ann Aibor. April 20, 1843.              ;V<>-tf.      CARDS," decjdedly the best in use.
Too!?, together with some 12 or 15 ton of assort- whom I have thrashed.
ed DYE WOODS and DYE STUFFS, form one                                                     E. S. SMITH.         And Jreaily don't know what on earth I'am to              Cash for Wheat,                                                                                                              T-flEO. H. EATON, & CO.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         April 11. 1843.                          5 | tf
of the largest and most complete stocks of the                Scio. April 11.                                             do; —
                                                                                                               Not of your mighty sire do I come to complain,
                                                                                                                                                                      nt the highest market pi ice.
                                                                                                                                                                         Farmers and Wheat buyers can have their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                LANDS FOR SALE.
kind ever offered to the public of Michigan.—
Owing therefore to the inducements he can offer              SBXXTT
                                                              The subscribers make very good SMUT
                                                                                                                But a tarnal New Yorker, one P E T E R S by Gristing and Flouring done to order and on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           T      HE undersigned is authorised to sell several
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   tracts of land in the counties of St. Glair.
                                                                                                                                                                      most reasonable terms. Those who wish to { Saginaw, Sanilac, WasluentiW nnd Lenawi-e at
to those engaged in the CLOTH DRESSING                                                                          The diseases my aids, in this war of mankind,         purchase goods, or get Wheat floured, would do their c.ish value, and take in payment State Scrip
and WOOL CARDING business, of an exten- MACHINES which they will sell for $60. Are subdued by this Peters, what help can we well to call and enquire his prices, and into his
sive stock and low prices, he solicits their exam- This machine was invented by one of the                                                                                                                                  and Warrants tUjtjrt.r, or their equivalent in cash;
                                                                                                                          find?                                       manner of doing business.                             or he will proportionate terms on time. Thecnsh
ination of the same before purchasing or making subscribers, who has had many year's expe- I would yield him N. York, sir, if there he                                                          DWIGHT KELLOGG.
arrangements elsewhere.                                   rience in the milling business. We invite                                                                                                                          value may be ascertained, if desired, by apprais-
                             PIERRE TELLER,               those who wish to buy a good machine for
     Wholesale Druggist, 139 Jefferson Avenue, a fair price to buy of us. It is worth as rmnh
                                                                                                                          would stay;
                                                                                                                 But, sir, Peters will have the whole world for hit>
                                                                                                                                                                      Ann Arbor, Lower Town, Feb. SB, 1843. 45-t(. ers chosen by the purchaser and subscriber.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The Washienaa- lands consist of 118 acres in           TEMPERANCE HOUSE.
     April 17, 1843.                            51-tf.
                                                          as most of tha machines that cost from 150
                                                          to $300.
                                                                                                                 While musing in cogncil what course to pursue.    D         R. BANISTER'S CELEBRATED FE- the town of Webster, slighth impioved. of eirly
                                                                                                                                                                             VER AGUE PILLS. — Purely \ ciclahL, and choice selection, and 214 acres 3 nul,e%belQW
                                                                                                                                                                      A safe, speedy, and sure remedy lor fever and Ypsilanti. on the Ri\er Huron, having rich bot-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      r j P H E undersigned would respectfully inform
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       JL the li icnds of Temperance, nnd the public
                                                                              S. W. FOSTER &. CO. Thnt Engine of Peters broke forth into view.                                                                                                                                        generally, that the above named House, former-
                                                                                                                       The King of terrors looked a while,            ague, dum ague, chill fever, and the bilious dis- tom and upper lands, good timber, running \vi-                ly known as the Temperance Hotel, and situated
                     WOOLEN                                   vScio, April 18, 1843.
                                                                                                                                                                      eases peculiar to new countries.
                                                                                                                       As though his soul was tup ed to bile,                                                                ter, corn and wheat soil, excellent sites for !;i>ild-   on the corner of Michigan avenue and Washing-
                                                                                                                       At that unsparing scourge of ills.                These pills nro designed 'or the affections of tbe inir. surrounded by setileni'nfs, good loads and          ton street, near the Central Railroad Depot, hav-
                                                                          SECOND VOLUME
T       HE subscribers would in fur n the pubhe that
         they are now manutacturing WOOLEN
 CLOTH with a degree of success equal to their                   THE
                                                                                                                       By all men known as Peters' Pills.
                                                                                                                       These Pills of Peters'stop the slaughter.
                                                                                                                       And leaves the blood ns pure ns water.
                                                                                                                                                                      liver and other internal organs which attend the n<ills. About 30 acres have been under cultiva-
                                                                                                                                                                      diseases of the new and miasmatic portionsof our tion.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ing undergone thorough repairs and very great
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      additional] improvements, is now ready for the re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ception of all those who may favor him with a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              CHA'S TI. S T E W A R T ,
 most singuine expectations. With the machin- Dtv itcd to thz moeSttgcition of Human I'lujy-                           Now Peters makes, I've heard him say,             The proprietor having tried them in a grest 47 tf                        Jeffe-son Avenue. Detroit.          Cidl. The accommodations, in every respect, nre
 ery they now have, they are able to manufacture               iology, embracing Cr.pliologij, Phrevol >gij.           F(ve hundred thousand pills a d;iy;            variety of cases confidently believes thnt they are                                                             not inferior to any Temperance House in tho
 from 75 to 100 pounds of wool per day. The                    Pat'iclology. Physiognomy,         Pfychohgy,           So that the chance is very small               superior to nny remedy that has ever been ofl'ei-                                                               country, and e\cvy nuention will be given to
 cloth they have made for the last three months is             Neurology, Electricity, Gulcanism, Mag-                 Of people dying there at all;                  ed to the public for the above diseases.               ITfliSIincry & Dress                                     such as bestow their patronage upon this lauda-
 of the best quality, and that made in future will netism, Light, C.doric, Life.                                       For soon the cheeks, so marked for doom,           It is purely Vegetable and pe.fectly harmless,             MKS. C. BUFFFINGTON,                             ble enterprise.
 be similar. They have entirely overcome the                          BY LA ROY SUNDEP.LAND.                           Begin like nny rose to bloom.                  and can be taken by any person, male or female                                                                      N. B. Carriages always in readiness to con-
 difficulties of starting an establishment of this             The Design of this popular and interesting
 kind in a new country. Their terms are 37£ work, is the investigation ofall the laws which
                                                                                                                 Look here! all mho try oontiiiuc to buy them. with perfect safety.
                                                                                                                    Forsnle as follows, by Messrp. Beach & Abel,         'ilie pills are prepared in two separate boxes,   R      ESPECTFULLY announces to thn in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   habitants of Ann Arbor and vicinity, that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      vey passetigcrs to and from .Bouts and Cars.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    WM. CHAMP.
 cents per yard for fulled cloth finished or half the appertain to Human Life, and which are con- G. Grenvillc, F. J. B. Crane, Maynard. & Co.. marked No. 1 nnd No. 2. nnd ncccompanied with she has opened a shop, midway, between the                                                  Detroit, May P. 1843.                4-1 y
 cloth will mnke. If any alteration of the terms cerned in the production of those states of the G. Ward, S. P. & J . C. Jewett, J. H. Lund, full directions.                                                                upper and lower villages,where the business of
 should be determined on, public notice will be Mind, called SOMNAMBULISM, INSAN- II. Becker, Dickinson & Cogswell, and S. K-                                            A great number of certificates might be procu- MILLIJYERY < DRESS          >              MAKING                  Cash and Barter Store.
 given. All wool received before such notice is ITY, DREAMING. SECOND-SIGHT, Jones. Ann Arbor: Geo. Warner & Co-, and J. red in favor of this medicine, but the proprietor
 given will be worked on the above terms.                                                                        Millerd <c Son, Dexter, Win. A. L. Shaw, Li- has thought fit not to insert them, in aa rnueri as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             will be carried on, in nil its branches, with                        C. J. GARLAND.
                                                          SOMNIPATIiY, TRANCE. CLAIRVOY-
     Ift»ny wish to have their wool worked with- ANCE, and various oilier Mental Phenomena, ma; J. C. Wuians, Sylvan, Halo, & Smith, he depends upon the merits of the same for its punctuality, despatch, and in the best and most
 out mixing it with other wool, it will be done, which have, hitherto, remained shrouded in Grass Lake; W. Jackson, Leoni: D. T. Merri- reputation-                                                                          fashionable style                                        H     AVING purchased the entire Stock in Made
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ot Godtrey nnd Allen, will be happy'to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      wait upon such as will give him a call. His
 provided they assort it themselves, and lurnish it mystery.                                                     tnan, Jackson; M. A. Shocmaher. Michigan                The above pill is kept constantly on hand by           Ann Arbor, Aprils, 1843.               00 ly          stock consists of a general assortment of goods,
 in quantities of 100 pounds of one quality of                                                                                                                        the propricter and can be had nt wholesale and ro-
                                                              Its pages are enriched with Essays and Com- Centre; Bmtherson &. Co., L. B. Kief & Gil-                                                                                                                                 and will be sold cheap, and for reaili/ pay only.
 wool. It is much better to sew up wool in sacks munications, detailing FACTS, illustrating bert. Manchester; D. S. Hay-wood, Saline; Snow t;iil at the store of Beckley & Co. Orders from
 than to tie it up in blankets; the cloth should be the Science ol CEPHOLOGY, which teaches &, Keys. Clinron; J. Scnttergood & Co., Plym- the country promptly attended to.                                                         "FOTJWDRYT                                                           WANTED,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         In exchange for GOODS, most kinds of coun-
strong.                                                   the influences nnd svscoptU/ilUizs of the HU- outh; Stone. Bnbcock & C o . . and Julius. Movi-
     Provisions of all kinds will be received in pay- MAN BRAIN, nnd the mcilmdof controlling u s & C o . , Ypsilanti; Pierre Teller, Detroit; J.
 ment for manufacturing to the amount required us separate organs by PATHET1SM: to- & J. Bidwell, and Dr. Underwood, Adrion;
                                                                                                                                                                         Ann Arbor, (lower town) May29ih 1842. 9!
                                                                                                                                                                                                         L. BECKLEY        P      OTASH Kettles. Cauldrons, Sugar Keitlcs,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Potash Boilers. Five Pail Kettles, nnd small
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Hollow Ware, Mill Gearing, Wagon Boxes.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      try produce, and
lor the consumption of the establishment. Wool gether with such ir.fbriiiaiion as may assist in Hart « o Mosher, Springville; Harmon & Cook.                                                                                 Plough Castings, &c. &c. constantly on hand, or
                                                                                                                                                                                               TO 15JE JflADJE. made at short notice at the ANN ARBOR                                 FLOUR BARREL STAVES &, HEADING,
sent by railroad to Scio. will be properly attend- the most successful application of this wonder- Brooklyn; Smith & Co., Joncsville; L. M.
ed to; the number of pounds should be marked on ful agent to Diagnosis—the Delineation of Boyee, Chicago—and almost every where else.
the sack with ink; also the weight of the sack.— Character—and the relief of Human Suffering.                       Oct. ID, 1842
                                                                                                                                                                   T        HE subscriber would hereby give notice lo STEAM FOUNDRY.
                                                                                                                                                                               the farmers of Washtenaw, and the neigh-
                                                                                                                                                              27-1y boring counties, that he has. an                                       PARTRIDGES, KENT & CO.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      for which a fair price will be paid.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Ann Arbor, April 19, \$&.         52-tf.
 Tne \tfool will be worked in turn as it comrs in.            The Second Volume will be commenced in                                                                                                                            March 28, 1843.                        49-2m                BOOK
as nearly as c:in bo done with reference to the Juno. 1843, in lanrc octavo form, and issued
 different qualities.
     EF* Many Farmers have expressed to us their
 gratification in consideration of our starting this
                                                          monthly, on the following
                                                                                                                                                                    B now in operation in Ann Arbor, Lower Town. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW AND
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   SB. STEWART,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      AT THE l'Al'K.n MILL (LOWER TOWN) ANN ARBOR.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      E     BOOTH would respectfully inform tho
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • inhabitantsof Ann Arbor and vicinity thai
 branch of business, and many have encouraged us              I. Two Dolla P. i.L uil'-nucr, wU) pay for                                                              where he intends at all times to buy FLAX                                                                       he continues the business of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
by their patronage during the last year. We now one copy for the year, or sixteen copies of any                                                                       SEED, (and other Seeds used in making O.I,)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ISOOK fiSHYBIftft,
invite ail to bring their wool, to tbc amount of          one number.
                                                               II. For Six Dollars, fifty copies of anyone
                                                                                                                T. LAMBERT,                                           and pay the highest price, and the best ol pay.—
                                                                                                                       EGS leave to inform tbe inhabitants of Ann O.NE DOLLAR per bushel will be paid for good
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       JKFFERSON AVENUE, DETROIT.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      at the old tiUind, in the Paper Mill. Old Books
25,0(0 pounds, and receive the benefit of the very
roasonable terms on which we offer to manufac- number; or four copies for one y$»r.
ture it. The establishment is 2 i milest west of
                                                                                                            B        • EGS leave to the surrounding country, Ann clean seed, or, one gallon of Oil given for the
                                                                                                                        Arbor, and inform the inhabitants of that1
                                                               I I I . For Ten Dollars, ninety copies of any hiving located himself in (he Loiccr Village, same quantity                                                                                               n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      will be neatly rebound on short notice.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         All kinds of RULING done to order.—
Ann Arbor, on the Huron.                                   one number; or seven copies for one year.             will) the view of carrying on the above business        FAIOH;KS are requested to fry Flax on their                                                                  Country produce taken in payment.
                                                               IV. For Fifteen Dollars, one hundred and in all its branches, (some of which are Summer fallows, nnd thereby avail themselves ot MARCUS STEVENS cV SAMUEL ZUG.                                                            April" 1(J, 1S4.5.                   52-tf.
                           S. W. FOSTER. & CO.
     Scio, April 30,1843.                         1-tf     fitly copies of any one number; or twelve cop- HOUSE. SIGN, nnd
                                                          ies for one year.
                                                               V. To the trufict (hey will bo pnt at Nine              ORNAMENTAL PAINTING,
                                                                                                                                                                      two crops instead of one.
                                                                                                                                                                         MKIKTANTS are re quested to send in their seed    H      AVE taken the rooms in the lower end ol
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tho White Block, directly opposite the Mi-
                                                                                                                                                                      and exchange for Oil in preference to sendinir to chigan Exchange, where they will keep an ex-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      To Physicians and Country
              GRAVE STONES                                Dollars, per hundred, when one hundred cop- GILDING and GLAZING. GRAINING, in New York or Boston for it, nnd thus keep what tensive assortment of
    MONUMENTS, TOMB TABLES, kv. ies are ordcral (it one tiv>c, with the cash in imitation of all Woods, MARBLEJZING. money we have in our own State.
        HE subscriber has a large assortment of (ulrrnire
                                                                                                                TRANSPARENCIES, BASHERS, &c. re-                         [45—tf.]                     JOEL It. HIDDEN.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     CJBMSJYET W&RJEy                                                 P      IERRE TELLER, Whole-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             sale and Retail Druggist (sign
T        Marble, of the best quality, suitable for            O * Agents must state, distinctly, wh::t the spectfully solicits a shnre of public patronage,
 GRAVE STOSKS, MOMJMESTS, Sec. which he will money sent is designed to pay for. whether for
                                                                                                                as his prices shall be low to conform to the times
                                                                                                                                                                         Ann Arbor Lower Town, March 1. 18.49;              of every kind, quality, and description, of their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            own manufacturing, nnd warranted to l.e as fash-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        of the Golden Mortar.) 130 Jef-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ferson Avenue, Detroit, has on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ionable, good, and cheap as can be had West of
sell etieap for ensh, or exchange for produce, at an entire volume, or for so many single copies and his work done in the best manner.                                  WOOD WORTH'S HOTEL. New York. Purchasers me requested to call and                                                               harid and oflers to purchasers, at
his old stand. No. 9U, Woodward Avenue, De- of owe vuuihrr.                                                        T. L. rt'ould say to Farmers that he is particu-                                                                                                                                     very low rates:
 troit.                                                       As these terms arc low, the Publisher cannot larly desirous to attend to their calls, as produce NORTHERN, EASTEEX AND SOUTHERN STACK HOUSK. examine our extensive assortment before buying.                                                 4 Casks Epsom Snlts; 2 ensks
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Any nnicle of Furniture made to order, and
     Persons wishing to buy will do well to call, as doubt but Agents will see the Justice of giving is the best kind of pay.                                                                                                IVarrtinlcd to please.                                                     flour Sulphur; 2 Bbls Powdered
they will be sold much cheaper than have ever special attention to what follows.—                                  Ann Arbor, Lower Town, March G. 1843.
                                                                                                                                                                          The undersigned respectfully announces to            UPHOLSTERING done in all its various
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Jalap; 1 Bbl. powdered Rheubarb;
been afforded in this State, and ofa Quality that             (HP All payments must be received by the                                                    45.—ly.                                                                                                                                  l|jj 2 Bbls. Cream Tnrtar; Castor Oil
cannot fail to please.                                    Publisher before each number is sen! out of                                                                 the public, that he is now the proprietor of branches, and at the shortest notice.                                                by the gallon or dozen (assorted
                                                          the Office.                                                                                                 this well known establishment. The house                 CHAIRS, LOOKING GLASSES. AND                           sizes;) Camphor, Calomel, Quinine, Corrosive
     Detroit, Oct. 27, 1842.
                                 WM. E. PETERS.
                                               29—I y         ILr" All payments must be remitted free of        GROUND PLASTER.                                       having been thoroughly overhauled, and re- WILLOW WARE; also. Mahogany Boards                                   Sublimate; French nnd English Chemicnis; Per-
                                                          fioslfigc, and in Safetyfund money, or its PRICK UKDUCKD TO NINE DOLLARS PER TOW.fitted in a manner calculated to promote the and Vcnetrs—ns cheep as the cheapest.                                                         fumery of till kinds; Linseed Oil; White Lead,
          JAMES « . BIKKE1T,                              equivalent, in this city.                                   HE subscribers have now on hand and will comfort of citizens nnd the travelling public.                                WANTED,                                   Iry and in Oil; English Venitian Red; English
 A T T O R NK Y A I I) C O UN S E L- | as to the manner in which they may wish each
                   L O R A T I, A W.
                                                              O " Agents must givjp'irtiailiir instructions T           continue lo keep a good supply of
                                                                                                                              Ground Plaster
                                                                                                                                                                          The house occupies an eligible position, on          In exchamm. CJIEIUIY, WALNUT. AND
                                                                                                                                                                      the corner of Woodbridge and Randolph MAPLE LUMBER, 8pc. $c. Stf,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Lampblack; Sp. Turpentine.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Michigan Glass cf nil sizes together with every
                                                        j number forwarded.                                                                                                                                                                                                            )ther article connected with tho Drug, Painl,
               SAOAN'AW CITY, MICHIGAN.                       ttZFEvery editor who shall give this Pros- in Barrels, at their Store in Detroit, (123, Jeffer- streets, in a business part of the city.                                                STEVENS & ZUG.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Oil. and Dye Stuff Business.
                                                                                                                                                                          Those who may honor him with their coun-             Detroit. April 17, 18^5.               5i-3m
J        G. B. will also act as Land Agent in the pectus (including this paragraph) six inser- son Avenue,) nnd in Bulk, at their Plaster Mill,
      • Land District in which, this (Saganaw) tions, shall receive THK MAONET for one year, on the River Road, half way between Ypsilanti tenance, may be assured thut no e>.pense or at-
County is; he will make investments for others from June, 1843. provided tbe prpers contain- and Ann Arbor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Anril 17. 1843.                         f,l-tf.

lands, pay over for non-residenls their taxes, and ing thia notice be forwarded, marked, to : t The
                                                                                                                                                                      tention in his power, will be spared, to make
                                                                                                                    The above is from the Scncra Falls nnd Crawl their sojourn in Detroit agreeable and satisfac-                                                                                  Sheep Shears.
give information generally to persons interested New York Card," New York City, and pro- /.'i''/-Plaster Beds, both noted for their superiori- tory.
in this part of the country, or desirous of becom- vided, also, that those conditions be complied i             ty.                            ELDRLD A- CO. [•1G-ly]                         g. D. WOOD WORTH.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          F      OR Sale by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        C. J. GARLAND.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Ann Arbor, Upper Town, May 5, ''13.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      F   OR Sale by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             C. J. GARLAND.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Ann Aibor. Upper Town, Mny 5, 1843.
ing immigrants to it.                                      with before January, 1844.                               Januarv 12. Ic 13.                     -Hi-Gin.

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