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Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - November 6, 1840, Marshall, Michigan AND OFFI MICHIGAN PATRIOT ON paid in advance after No J a 3 1 12 lines or leiw throe 43 rtionv A liberal discount made to yearly unite o VAX j in iTilmcr State Ollii lilllHS DfiANS f CHEMICAL PLASTER An impirtant discovery for Feea Sores tehite Inflamalitm in the Stctlled in Soliritnrn in linncery Office upposilc Mnrilinll Houses oiinsdlor nt Bnttjn vflnilsonritor in Office on first lloor nbovo Hie j5nt of tl nt Prosecuting Attorney Oflice over J TO THE PUBLIC Thn may certify that Erastui the Proprietor f 7 Deans Chemical have for more than two years bneri in a del calo state of no that 1 fenve been unabtfe lo prepare and circulate laid plaster to that extent which intercut of the suffering community demandsand Tceling that BO valuable an article ought to beex teHsivcly made known lo the I have made arrangements with HARRIS of to raannlhcture anil vend it in my name ns ipy sole may be relied on an the genuine article hereto fore proparcdby As Wirneasetl my WestfiM ERASTUS The Chemical Planter is an important remedy for alj tltosc who arc afflicted by Its casing pnitvcoonteracling in lamination an giving spreily by iiaabtive and endoriiic iKifCnlliiiiin JOHN f Miiiml Insurance tt o Mnrslw Dry M Ilard State ManilmlU UV in Dry rrockc rmirl IIOURP f llftrdware Crock ery Eiiliniiue Drv III II Vl eilctiin DrWn OibCDye I Dry 1 Mnriihall t in I Sheet Iron unl tlolluw A Smin jin Dry Dry Hani A MosHEWir ie HYDK fe ale anil retail Dealora in he Hyo LrUU fippo site the Marnhnll WM to and fur llie niulllo jtof rftthions impruviinciiU I the slumMiT for culling dour it of Gotham SQt Sheet I anJ lliillow S corner uf iwliiiiiii Miinrc Mich J nnJ Driiiiinoniul inulh eiut rornpr I ixrliiiiiei i II nml Jul Irinii biiilo Miirnlml kill Ul UUHNi kcrr nfl lluusc Siiiinrp Mill SHERIFF BY virtue of an execution iraned oat of the court of chancery in and for tho state of to me directed nnd delivered in favor attenon and against the foods and land and mo teys and the named in the roresaid I twentythird ay of July in the year of our Lord one ight honored and levy upon the following it wit all those certain pieces or eels Bf situate lying and being in the town hip of in the county of Calhoun and tatc of known and descYibed fol viz The north cast one fourth ofsection umbered twentynine 99 in township imm ered four 4 south of rangn numbered four 4 west the Westhalf of the south west quarter nd the cant half of the south quarter of ection numbered twentynine 29 in umbered four f4 south of range numbered To 4 west the north west quarter of the south ast quarter and the east half of section number d twenty 20 in township numbered four 4 oulh of fanfo RumRered four J wesT lliu orth w Ht quarter of ROC t ion numbered twenty 20 in township numbered south of west the Scro of almost every descrip ion Cankered nnd swelled from Scarlet Felons White Child Persunn Liver Com Pulmonary Inflammation on with pains in the side and ain will find In all cases it may be lied with Slrcel J KtrT in Ill MM ill i IN h VV I uiiil Ulficein Ittliiu r ocuund MII NATION llV I I can be dalcl wiih I ui SiJ the lHUe ilic KUIC PYil DEVOTES lo Lhu W llc ill un ea I wlicn u7 ull of rgerjmid Surgical Ifuce on ilic Vun 1 onpoiile ihe itinnul H3j 3jtf 1HVSICIAN AMI n buccetisliilly iu ii iliflTialuo ol Neiv the Uul scrviceti to tlie eilizsns uad and by strict those wlio may liim w4th their loineril a 6ii ire ol M iu Ieidence Harris Since a your in July I have uscil ETDeliSV hemical which I have rec ied frum voi at different and feel mysell in duty lound to you as and to the public lo the same as a sale and remedy for thosr complaints for which it is I have several ca ses of inflamed in Kumo of which its e fleets mi a rurativo liuve hcen very and in no has it failed of giving relief where it has been applied according to and all who have used it arc perfectly satisfied with it so far na I I have also applied it in some BO vore of ngnc in the breast wilhlthe happiest ef I would also relate trie case of Thomas Logan who hns been afflicted with Rheuinalfem in one for fourteen so he had been compelled 16 abandon labor in a grcal I let him have jx box of tho he npplid and for three days lie benefit but alter that he the pain was not so and in liss thrfn two weeks he could labor and real Iroe from pain at He says that he would not part with the box he has tor three hundred providing he could not ob tain lie also says lo keep it on hand and recommend it I have used the PiuUer iu cases of pains in the with like gooJ DANIEL June Mnsrs Harris Sf have used Deans Chemical Plaster for four years and do cheerfully iccoiiimeiid it physician and the public iejjerajlyj as an invaluable reme inifironic and acute sprains o the In whit low und scrofulous Hwelings of all descriptions it ia generaly un eftctuull In wherever is pain it is almost sure to give relief in a few 1 have used il in s grea Hliiuimtir One of my paiirntu aged full had a Rheumatic swelling on one Ho had boen unable t out of Irs three his Ug was swotted to an enormous twice its usdal big nes eveiy thiiif had been done without SUL until we using UEAHS CHEMI We enveloped llie knee and a por liun thii limi in thu and in three days llie swcllinj inticey and In ten iliya went Ilia orili lary Slid Inslioin Olr with the an I w now r il Ior irnl in now put up il Boiea at 5U cts and Miilc mid uthnlallt anl rrtiiil IHJ H M AlUtIS irurt Mtdiciiin sod by HYDL i an I COMSTUCK fi M nul M liillle IS OlMJ EXTRACT OF SARSAPFRILL for arising from an abuse a Men Chronic and Cuiulitulional Kinys Llcera ions uiul Corrosions of ihe ulher of tite Kruiiliunt un the Rheumatic While in the und fever Sores Obstinate UU SiiiU Suit Ring Worm und other ilit aruuiK from an Inuiurc stale Ihe hiinilrtil Affettioju nf the Ijingt and Puim in he Stuiitach and Night ll it much Recvm mcndcd us u datiutiag Spring I1 Ki MAI T Irt Vl rcllNATIVK IJlUR KI UA A N i A n ILIOIITLV lie iucctbsfully used ill und Sij iiliiliiiil uud in tllllt ulnte of Ilic coiiatiiutiuii wliich llie iijiprmliil ine ol or iiiorlilitTiiliirgeineiil of llie piwtulen of ueiirrullj rurliltaeii utllu Jtc willi the iillirr linking from u nUte of llie Thrri la Imrilli u ninn Im lius mil llad ocuaMunu In wlili orlierpe unJ m ulult Hif lie lrini uguimt lliu ciurl ucknowledge llieir nrthiurt nml iillow llir iiinlialrr to ciirroile und lie unit wlucli tbif iiilady iiftccn 11 IuK in OILS I ssiJI foijnJ u reuicdj In OF B AOL ft NOVEMBER 1840 WHOLE SPOHNd Never fails to give relief in 15 or 20 mirlotes removes after taking the first irtit cording to the dircctioHn all pajn from the head and sickness from the and the person feels perfectly the south west ine fourth and the north east one fourth of sec ion numbered seventeen 17 in township num cred four 4 south of lange numbered lour 41 west the east half of the south cast ono fourth if section numb rrd thirty throe 33 in town hip numbered four 4 south of our west the north west one fourth of the north west one fourth ofsection numbered 9 in township four 4 south of range number id four 4 west the north east ono fourth of f section numbered eight 8 in township num jered four 4 south ol rangn numbered four 4 west the north half of the south west one burth and the north west one fourth of the siulh ast one fourth sectiofi numbered live in ownuhip Ilirfn Sered four 4 west h apxthjialf ofXlie north ast ono fourth of section numbercoVeeven 7 in ownship numbered four ol range num xred four 4 west the south half of the sBfatli iast fourth of section six 6 in ownship numbered four 4 soulli of range pum iciod four west sixteen acres of the north half of the north west one fourth of section number ed eight 8 in towmhipAumbercd of range numbered Also the fol owing village in the village of in the ownship aforesaid numbered 46 239 567i Now notice is hereby given by virtue of Ihe iiforesald writ of 1 shall expose for sale at public auction or vendue as the aw directs all the above described property to highest at the courthouse in the vil age in the cjunty of Calhoun and stale of on tlidscvenleenth day of October at ten oclock Da ted Marshall 194 w7By FOIl subscriber aflfcw When the first nymlomn of an attack of sick headache are felt the remedy should bo reported to immediately and one or two doses IB theft flufficient to every vestage tho com It universal satWaction to all who try it Sick an J Nervous Headaches are only complications of the name and otli are effectually cured by this article without innnro of diet ot Sold wholesale and retail by Oomstock iVhnlesale 2 nd by tlie principal Druggists in the JUOGI5 Read the following from Judge for lirty years the Judge of the County hich he March Coimtock at FOR oftTirilnT sale his farm of about acres of It lies two miles north of the village of It has a small fmme dwelling two commodious barns besides sevornl more than 81 acres under between 200 and 300 acres rendetclwf ficiently plougli land by permanent rlyl HORATIO of the school DRrsPOHNS AGUB This pill has been Rented for the last few yean in some of the most infected regions of ague an ondas yet has never been known to faj of effecting a and is confidently offered aol warranted us a purer and better article than othr fdV that For sale by Comstoik Dosenbury Brewer se of Ilia following certiricae as you deem will rst subserve Ihe purposes for which it is inten CERTIFICATE OF JUDtiiE I HERKBY that lav hughtcr has been filleted with sick headache bf yearn the attacks occunng once in boyt frequently lasting 24 which timel tho paroxysms hnvo ben so as soon tu iluprivehcr ol HiT after hiivfng tried almost all OlKir i I Iiavo bein induced as a last rrsorl to ry Ppohns Headache ns snld by you ind lo the crcat disappointment and elf and all hrr found very material rcl ef Lom the first the She has ollowed up the directions with the and n every caxe when an attack wus itts found immediate until she is near nanenlly Tho attack are now and dissappear almtist iniinoiltaep after akingthe quantity A oth ers may jhc Icnefittcd by tlie usu 01 this truly nvaluame has in luceJ me to s nil you the and remaiiryour olierlient The Exile Sit tt T1EHPOST Ifn alchlon flatnetl along tl i Nile His hosts heltd through Alpine snows Oer Moscows that shook the His engteltog If ere sleep he ono Of all the kings whose crowns he Nor nor nor Hath ever seen or sought his Here sleeps he now star That led him on from crown to Rath nations from afar as it faded and went Ho sleeps the mountain cloud Thnt iiight bangs round anil the breath Of morning tfcnuorsrin That wraps his martial form in High is hit ocean flood f fnrhelow By storms is As round him while high hestoodt A itornTJTilrtt inconstant Hsrk Comes there from the And frum Siberias wiisles of And Europes a voico llmt bids The world he awed to mount for we must depend mainly upon native agency and train up native agents if we moan to coqvcrt the heathen to the cause of Christ tend if they are intelligent w6 may expect There is oue trait possessed by whlctriS ntest is a nice sense of There are still good and bad among they huvera high sense of honorable Another feature universal hospitality Tilts 1ms come down from old to Jn their lofty which is more ex in its character than that of any dTtier they laud and extol that Arali who consumes his substance to tiiin strangers and the Arab Iwf no riOTpfitiral utrge rd here is the Thats hfnrA here is the Tire mournful itiurmnr of the Tho clouds deep the winds THE ARABS At a Into anniversary of tliu Missionary Society in Foreign NewYork lie following highly interestingand in structive remarks were rnade by Ific SMITH The Eli tho Missionary tu then lie is but not fnt He lias a very intelli gent which is mucli bronzed by cli and spenfcs in u agreeable and unassuming tone He said this is work a work of labor und the love nnd prayers of all Christians wererequired to carry it Jnjdccmg a illustrating its hearth but Is nlwnys burn to enolt food for his Dismount Prom yoctr horse in the am the Aijabs nnd will entortnin you us Amaham JTJfjf dTJ7 if not witlvJhu withrnilk and nini the best lie on you till you ore For to bo economi is with the llie height of menn rnedansi atd believers of Buft the Bedouins are now very ignorant in religion knows any tIMng is A penalty thoao prayers five times scarcely one in rn a hundred knows enough lasay his prny ers In there nre nearly pOO who are relied but who are regarded asabrogated and the majority are still nominal are the leading features of this niqst interesting And the great rruestion in what place they are most I under Mahrtm et and the Kgyptian Government Wo have two missions in and the boast hsve one and tjiey have been In iin instance in Hcular they The Pacha WHB Judge of thCourt of C For sale by HaUiy Si Wosen cry Brewir DARTHOLOMUWS PINK EXPECTO RANT SYRUP The Cases of Consumption aro so numerous n all the thai some rrmeily as a prcveulivi should be kept by family constantly on tu administer on tlio rirsf appearance of sodireful a This EX PECTORANT will in every ease It is quite impossible fur any prr son ever to have consumption who will remedy on the first approach of cough and in ihe and in many instances it lias cured up tlta as jji Sold wholrsalo and retail by Comslock U and by the principal Druggislsin tho For sale by Coiustobk importancCi 1 have followed my owri 1 have found that nil nulions have distinctive marks that are well nnd highly interesting And among all the nations I have met tho Arab ruco is my And perhaps it neces sary to ask at this who are the Arabs who have exercised ti control for several centuries over thf countries whore we hnve been hnvo usually been called All the travellers through the Holy generally speak of lliom as Uutthe properlysb arg a northorn race they came originally froVn northern TUF not ed IllaUllou Illll cu llciil ilf It will eveu just returned IUJMI tinciirof New with u good und complete I asKjrtinenl of gpld und sil er horuoiitul Le 4i nrtreal together wilh a of Fancy iiuioeroua lo Ileaae call und aud i Engraving done neatly st Vtl V tu liiili inVvery short i V udvuiituse if iliese has aaop un improved fur eilriiriuig llie uiediLiil vir fruiu Kuracl ulmli arc ujue llottl lUal ia Iu or every uUrlicle oTucnve men iiiina Lclnudi lliercby in u Ingbly oui ihe wwdy which tfiui oliiumcd liy Tlir nroiiicior tliereliire uiny the cut ine i iriliiig lo is prciiarcd accurjiiis l piiuiiuureuuoii of tlic yuluuhle and licti wlucli uf lliu mid enuuiice iu yuliie extract lo OLURIDGES BALM OF COLL MBlA Tliii article wm first introduced teto the New York market about 20 yeuru uino and I mm it superior virtues in nprtiduiliij IUIK when i hail lallcn keeping the head free from dan a moat loathsome article on a genlleniani cuiit and giving a softness and beaulifi luktre unknown before to thu haa induce jicrgaiiii la get up aJvejUaevTimny uth cr for th nnne of wine Niunda the tent of as moat ol ihain lo be OiU of various all of which are poaaitivcly lojuriimg lo the human Let none be no other article will make tlie hair grow rapidly and of a good quality but the Uulm of and no ar ticle pur porting to be the Uahn of ig geuuino without the name of Cuinstocli on the outside Some have de ceived and obtained a counthrfcit article lor the true and genuinud Balm of Itcmcm ber to look for the name of Comslock on the before anrf none bqt the Dontbe de elvcd with the assurance thai any without the name of Conulock is inade in the same way and ia jutt aa good all such pretenlions arc r A L s e and known to be BO by the SolJ wholesale and at 2 Fletch er Y by com stuck and by nearly every ctorckceper throughout For sale by Comslock Si and Duaen Brewer Stoddards f do Anihont Horace do Sallusl lam Cicero de Officers Coopers Ainsworths Latin Dictionary Creek Grammar Jacobs do Header Doiinegans Greek Ilomon Anliuuiues Porters Reader Ariihroelic Parleys Algebra Days Ilayfairu Euclid Ohnnteds School WuyluuJa Moiul Science Abercruiubiea Philosopljy Prestons Book Keeping Newmans Rhetoric For sole by Qppogita Marshall Exchange HliWrf NEVEU AN1J DON13 ttrticlu ia offered to the public as a never failing cure for the and il has fora number of ycurii suslaincd its and accomplished curus which had cetivd the power of every In acute and rjitenl ca after one or ttvo olications ofjtlie and in Clirouic KlieumatiemUic of cure are It is truly urxftiiecly that reaches the NKIIVK AMI withIhoraoat happy Sold wliolejrfte aad retail by Comatoek Wholesale Ifewg and by the prifflcipul in the For sale by Cofinildck Douenbi A am now Making urrange inenls for luuving cully must closed prev us doing ull ancoiifrts or notes due qif thit October will bo left witliU oIKc T for unljas extended by HpsViul Any having di mands me will do mi a favor by preicnling will act aa my my Battle Cn IB Ift John HIM Jusln e before A Eli Iv a tary and tho districts north of the Cuspi un are u nace from ho A before t hetimeof wore confined to Arubiu they a pail of tlio and a good trait is thn sacred aclur of his Some arctrcach vowwan I to puss alone thro the desnrtsof there is no difiicul ty i n friendly Arab will you on to nnd are passed from tribe to tribo from the Black Sia to the ArabianGulf and whaa Uohiiwon nnd myself were nt Jerusalem and wish ed to go tii cortwin purts of our Arab brought an Arab whose tawny skin and dark bushy square turned joints and strength of limb showed Jiim no rrmh of pence was chief ot thu of tlmt und yet ho conductecl us safe to our and brought us back The Arab never sheds blood if he can avoid It is his and his determination never to give himself up to any government that sometimes makes him kill his This personal in dependence is possessed by all and if blood bcrstied it belongs to his nearest relative to This beautiful fuel of personal independence of character is possessed by the menial ho stand up arid raise their voico in the pres ence of their masWrS like the sous of ro their falherB This in dope7i3chco when the Bishop pressing all the of tho country inro lijg army our asked him to giveT to the youth m our tie not do Our teachers took the gave each boy a and none were powerful and widely extended from Africa to the Persian I should be glad lo hope of succeeding by the aid of ihe French m Algiers and its vicinity but 1 But on tho souihcm shores of Arab and Persia and in south of the for hundreds of miles we have the territory of the Sultan of who has always been very friendly to Ho is a and intelligent native Arab Prince and where he rrsirlfa inure than half lliu pur mis iimrtes Imvu received three times us much honor and attention as ever was paid to the commodores ofihonavy and he hns always extended us his protection throughout lire whole extent of his domin which I Irave just but also over a territory ol forty days journey in after the grcal point dapitui is Syrhv A missionary raised up iwhero Paul was raised would travel farther than ever Paul trav and still speak to every man in his own The great thent I A i form the most interesting part of tho his tory of that And they interest and particularly us missiona because they still occupy the place assigned to them in the the 1 consider it a feltcit ylo be called to George of the Peace in uud for thu county of Nolice is hereby givcatiat uu attachment has been isHtttd in above entitled on the application of the above named against the and and uflecte of llie above named un uh seut that tho uil caueo has been continued until ihe 4lh day of Januury at one oclock in the aliptnoon of that ut the otlice of the said Justice in the village of Bailie Battle tliekj 2011 i Labor among a people who Are set forth in prophcy and where it is foretold that we shall triumph obtaining their re WhenMahomet he en I led forth ull the peculiar enthusiasm uf that which they possess in an emi nent They rested not until they overrun hull of fho old To the east they crossed Northern to the where the character istics uf their race still To the north they rushed through Asia crossed the Dardanelles und laid uiegu to In thc east they subdued and all northern Africa to the strttiia of ed crossed thornyrennees und set up tlieir frontier forts insouthern Of ull tiieae what remain 1 Beyond the Oxus we heartof except a few scattered here From Ihe north they have into Asia In Spain there left of this brave except in theifr of Bilyrout ihrealoned to those Arabs who came to hear us Otrthe Sundnyafler heissued his edict our chapel wijs fuller than see them still measuring their strength and vanquishing tho chiefs of ihe once proud und powerful empire And in the how dimcult il is for the French to subdue lhat bravest of ull brave Abdel Another proof of their indepen dence and bravery as shown by the Druse South of Damascus some few Druses fled into a volcanic region und there Ibrahim Pacha with besieged tbjm for months without subdu ing them one man for a long time defended a defile nguinst four thoro is so much to admire in the und endurance 9f character of Iho tra rn thir die lhan till the Although I llftve been so uiuch among lUcin I know not how they An Asjib will start oul in a morning on a long journey with a few pounds of and if ho find not when that is g ho will cuduru hunger nnd thirslund llie sevuresU priva tion rather lhan to Their of cbarqicter uud powrrs of en durance surpass Anil ihen what sulTlreraNor Curisls and what admirable martyrs lliey wuulJ What exeellent missionurius they would und how well adapted lo mrK will what are ihu Turks doing or what aro we doing among We have hud a mission there fifteen I left four brothers in the Lord laboring and the English have And this would moke us are tho churches in earnest in this to send so nnd do BO little tlmt inose that labor soon wear themseUCs and sickcDOnd for lack of help 1 In I must pay a tribute to one of my own mission She was invited thtire by ft siste in and tho next ship that sailed bore her to the field of those labors where1 her sister endured great hardships she shar ed and she sunk under and has gone to her Still wo do not com But let us1 ask is there piety carry on the cause of missions There Aresuoli loud culls for more help and not to if discordant 1 pray them labor more than they and to give more than they hnve doneV nnd under God yet ySu pinching our means so wo cngnot go on and I wish to 1 pray success will crqwjr all child bogining Mo uocumea dulightcd wilh a beca iso he reads of ruimas things of ruimas and are very and ho B and sawmill uqiurcof 2W196 r 8HEIUKF virtue of a writ of Fieri issued outof dlju Cirtuit court in and for the irrfV j to tSri i jnd gpods aad 8an effecu of defendant John named ia favor bf Ann Cal aid on the twellta day of September in Lord on thousand eiglit hun levy upon the following descri us buviug the puteul under their immediiiMJ dct in their Ibe ludicate ilieretiy giving the exirucn Iu full Chemlcul Lubratory ut A liberul diicouotmude to Ueulen POST MARSHALL July MAIL The Easlernmail arrives every between IJ oclock and 4 oclock and closes cyery day 10 odock The Western arrives every at II oclock and closes every day at 8 oclock The Centreville mail arrlvcsJU two horse wag on evojy jtfoQiiay Friday at 7 oclock The Branch and Coldwater mail arrives every Saiyday by 12 oclock and closes same al balfpasl 12 M Tbfe Jonesville Iwentyseven 27 and the sooth west quarter of section twenty six 26 in townskip three 3 eight 8 EM nolice hereby given by Lu e execution I shall expose public or as the law JJlof the above described property on 11 in village of Hasi county of and slate Tales of of o of ol the of LUe o of Wra DabolJ Smiths and Kirkhams I fcf taleb W GLASSES Walkers large and small DicUouftry Olneyu Geography and Elementary Spelling Church Villftge Common Prayer Bibles of various i Blank Toy Letler and TijBue of varioui BUokToKi InkTpw 4er Writing July GORBtAM j JXJUN V vtflue o1uan exojnWon issued out of tho circui courl in ald for cjuuly of Calhiin to ine anil ileiljverad ia favor Cyrus DanieK ugmiat llio fojdj mon sand etiicld of tlie named in the aforesaid I on ddy of iu the year uf our Lurd une ihouaand hundred lew upon all ihu und iutc reaisof the suiJ thilollovving to wit IK east lull uf jrlh west qulrter and ihe west hall of tic norlh fast quar ter of section nurnlxr thirty four 34j m town ship four 1 ran je id notice Itfi Ay given itiat by virtue of the a onsaid exoculi 1 shul oupose for ut uubic aucuon or as the law directs all of tho above desciibcd property on the day of December ut ten in the ul the court house in the vil lagu ol Octob r 20l rrives At 4 and closes satna day at 8 The rneham mail arrives every o clock and closes every at oclock Thp mail Hastings aud Middle and back via ConvisTiidTJarlh JfarshliU closes esery SUH day at 8 Mt Wednes day oclock The mail via north t Ilftrtings and back via Bellvue and closes every Thurs day at 8 and arrives every Saturday at 6 oclock be open every AOMINWrilATOH8 EbTAlK of Thomas lute of de Nuiice is hereby that the under nigncdJiMbjBenspPJiiLleAbjr the Jadgfl OlProbiiie Ibrtliu aduunis iratur of the eitUUo und hus given buudt uj lUolaw haviug jlemands ngaiml the said cutale are iioufitid to ureseut and all indebted payment toW day except Sundays from 7 tifl 8 on Sundaysfrom 9 oclock 18ML All Notes unJ Accounts due Duscabury Butler will be found at Uve storo formerly occupied by Gar hum and All persons indebted to them are requested to call and make idnmediote 200 BUTLER with the Spanish they still exist as a great and occupy ull the north of il from extreme east to the extreme Such is the extent and situation of the race I so for whoso uyd fur whom I For though in when invasions have taken nnd caused some though they in some u different they were ull of ihe Arab race und aro now mingled in ono feeling und of one Tha Aavbs comprise two distinct us the traveling Arab und thu resident The former is the Bedouin of dose and the latter the lloolacon lives by The Bedomu will not cultivate lliu lie is of anginal Arab 44e possesses ull thu characteristics ol the ori ginal lie is of the Arab nobility but proud and can trace his gene alogy back purer and further through a tine of A iiib nobility lhan the princes und nobles of And no potentate of uuy part of tho world was ever or more careful to avoid with a than is the Bedouin He is generally as free as the wind in ull his He scorns the government any you may still the black tents of iho Arab scutiortd about the hills uf Mount and on the borders of the Eux ine a ad Caspian still tb and stem the proud qpprossiou of lliu Jho Arabs are besides a very lulenteij I have examined all of Aic unJ itis curi ous to sue how they froin lolully opposite to our sciuntilje tand liave arrived ul oro cisely as accurutu vs whichowes ils origin loilium its nume is In they are proficient iiud liavo llio cul ill idu ul Cairo The bright slurs of and ihose in thu of urj nuined tyi Arabic aud by In piiilosophy tliuy oiun reason inoruacciirutuly thin ihu most civilised iiiitiarrstft They rally lull ull iho facia oft iho insist mulogjuaiic but leave you judge concluaivfly lor Their history is like lull romance aud and and ofty Their poetry liko seconding from earth to hculen it is the und for ihe boliineasol is ihe beauty of iis 10 brtlianoy its cannol be In literuturo they excel all thcr for ihera is no country vhich possessqs so many ditHyeiU books T ADMINlBTRATOfc8 NOTICK STATE Nelson H is derigoJ hnvB COMBTOCI 4 iiler and have ai M Uavioj acuMt and said e Oct NEW 1HB subscribers are now receivinga fiirl and seasonable assortment of DRY Hard and DRUGS ANO MEDICINES f which we will sell low fcr ready ly pay June OT1CE is hereby given that all the i tiesand real and iBIlap Afl the saW Jdwn are reqaeslad to and settle the without call upon control of rfhe Turk and hates the siau and on the least attempt to curb him he flies to the aadJuxuriates ia poverty and The other class of Arabs cultivate the and many of their characteristics They are also employed ia and uro subject to us in and uude the government of Mehemet la the extreme there are several iodepeu dent tribes of Arabs so in that thjs are people under the of nctivo Is it let us THORNTON whether tho nations we go vert are possessed of mania oj aro degraded and t imp9rtance to the Inbourt of tu Ihe native and a learned Ger is now publishing a in nino arge which contains only the names of the titles of native Arab We think very ghly of its und and But it sinks into insignificance before the and and finish of the Arab The latter is so nicely adjusted in all its like the frame of a buil every mortice is fitted toeyety ten on and our as compared with the is little better than a ll the language of of the tha East Indi Jhe the Arabs are not at all disposed to When White went to which will make A news paper in ono says is worth a quarters schooling to a and every ffither uiifsl consider that sub stiinliul inlDiiuaiioii is connected with this mather of a of its huvinga r iimeifiiite of iha ougllt be injeliigenl of pure in lan and always cheerful and circum As tho instructor of her would herself bo A mind becomes fortifujd iiguinst ihe ills of uird is braced for any amused by leading and are of course consi How trtfwjy ihuugulitjiiii young men bine their evenings in a tuvcrn or which ought lo have been cevo led to prolitublo reading How many parouU wliPjieygr sjiinl iwunly dollars fur books Ior iheir glad ly have given thousand to reclaim u sua or xvlio had ignoraijtly and fallen into temptation can be had from one to tbrue dollars per two to five ciiiiu per cojt the bulore il is printed about abtains from to four ofiiti fur his nd for compusi cxtremuty Ui iio pnoo puid for advertisements whica uust kcup nowspupers Thus reacters of newspapers he cheapest of ull possible Arislotle observing a proud and self but empty slrutipg along ivyh un ofjected gait and lofty stopped to and whispered iheso cutting and humbling words jja such as lhau thinkest tu I wish 1 but to be hou I wish only mine NEWSPAPER tastes of he readers newspaper are sufficient y various and One reads uo thiug but thepgeu corner apother con siders and all thtit sort of horrid One the only business of life anothor vqtea thaf de pa Thia one rea8s ooly the deaths and onid that one 1 convinced him the Arms Their Uie grow up and go over to infi but the Armenians do you cannot insult aa Arab b i only at the There other too nu mostijalar oae weaver heard was the case ofjihe lady who obliged to cetebnaed1 Abflrnetbyi bsr cause fer several morningiiHpMt ad not able to relish her
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