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   Elyria Courier (Newspaper) - June 29, 1852, Elyria, Ohio                               PkHiskeJ Every Tuesday Morning BY CEO..G. CEO. T. TERMS. liul Subscribtm, within tlircu months, SI SO1 Town Subscribers, 1 If within year, 2 Wt Ox expires 2 50' One Dollar per Square for" throe insertions, and onty- t-cnu for cucli subsequent iuicrtion Jess than three inontlis. One three iiiontlis, I 83 Oil Square nix montlis, o 00 One Square twelve months B (10 Owlimnk column one year, 14 00 Ono-lialf column. otld veiir, 20 00 lumn one year, SO 00 LOCKWOOD BAGG, AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW and jfi.' Sdkitoni in dumcery. Also, General Laud Agents. Block. may 13 w. r.tobkwooD, s. BAOO. JOHN M. VINCENT, A TTORSEY AND AT LAW ami So Xi. lieitor in Klyrh, Ohio. u iu the Court House, 18 L. F. HAMLIN, A TTORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAWnndSo- -tX UcHoriii Chancery, Klyria, Ohio. Oflice, in the opposite the Beeho House._____________may 18 EDWIN KELLEY, M. D., >HYSTCIAN AND SUKGEON. Offiou two South of tlie-Bcebe House, Elyriil, O. inn? 55 MYRON R. KEITH. TTORXEV AT LAW AND SOLICITOR TN CIIAN- A. CEIIY, Elyrin, O. Oltice oppose tlio JJuclxj House, Hnylrs clothing store. -ft E. L. WARKER. AT LAW, Blyria, Ohio. Otlice, in the _T1 Court lloiiw. inltt' C. If. DOOLITTLE, AT LAW and Solu-itor In Office, west side of tho Piibtic doora aoutli of jho Itcebo Ilonw. jnltf P. BLISS, ATTOKSEY in tlio line of Itis profession not inconsistent liiit ilnUes M ProMtc Judge. Ottice at the Court House, jnl S. BURKE, T .AVryFJt, EI.YKIA, UUIO, v.-Ul civo prompt nttevi- JLt titm to'idl business entrusted to liis cine. OIHee, nt the old abuul of Clark ISurke, tew duoio west ot Ueolie SMITH WASIIBORIV, A TTORNIKS AND SOLICITORS, Ohio, will _tX attend promptly to ;uiy btihinoai L-ntrnsted to tlicir vare. Ottice in die over J. B. Mci-win CTotli ing O. T. G. U VSMlSfKV, WM. KEWLEY, attend promptly ro all HiMUPSi. nriH'ri in line. Cutting done on .ittort notice, and wiimint- to tit if properly niude. v doors ot Clic-xp Klyrim O. _____ .inlrf J. P. JACOBS TOIXEU3 AND BUIIJDEKS. Shop one door Xnrth ot St, Andrew's Clmreli, J2ast side Sjimre. All kiudji of building done iu txm u tun! country, mid nuitci i- mU if desired. T. CRAKE. DEALER IN STOVES AND TINMVAHE, nt tlie nKI Brick Store, ftve oi.' Ioniser's, XlTrin. Ohio. in.-t.rls ORRIIV CGWLES, DEALER IN DTIY GOODS, GROCERIES, SILVER Giwxls, VtuiKec Notionb, See, tlie Ynnkra Notion Story. IS J. B. MEilWIN CO., 'TVEA'L'E'RS IX Al.L KIND OK RKADY-MABE Cln- JLJ Boots, Shoes, Unibrelliis, {fcu thclicobe in Clio Olio- innyIS D IV. B. GATES. EAIJiTl IS T-UMKER, VrSBoSv BLACK mid Scorched Salts, Pot mid IVurl Jlill, Oltio. innvlS D. L. II1RKVESS, LIVERY ST.VB1-E, rcnr of the E'yria, Oltio. lJort.cs und Buggiud furniihud on bhort no- tice. im25 WM. liOl'LE, JR., DHAPER AND TATLOK, ttte Mun- IIouio, denier in all articles tor n Gentle- M'nrdrolie, low for cash. IS A1VOR SCOTT, MASUFACTURTSll AXD DEALER IN II VTS, Furs niul Jlullnlo Kubus, Utdoor uflliuMnii- rion B. C. DEWITT, TVEAT..KR IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OIT.S, Yaruuhiw, Glass, DjrcStuftit, ClioiL'u reifiun- ittc., ifcc. imy 18 E. H. ffORTOK, MERCHANT TAILOR, Knst end of Mansion TTmiso. attention piuil Cutting._______in; g.'i O DBS, MASTER ROSA, IFFICE, over Vr'im Ilni It's Clothing Store, t-rfit door of Mmiiioii House. iny25 STARR CO., DEALEHS IX AMERICAN I'OHBIGX Dry Goods Groceries, Hardware, Boots, Shoes, Leather, Paints, Win, Iron, Kails, Stores, Sec., a. R. w. I.AJ-NDOX, H. Cl 1.. PARSONS BOOKSELLERS STATIONERS, No. 3 Bot'lip JRio( k, O., keep constantly on band u sond Mi-dicnl, Sthtiol mill Miscellaneous Books; >Vi'iifhj Knjc- lirth nn J American Cup and Letter Tens, Ink, Ven- riln, QuRfe, jnStl E. BOYSTOS, ATTORNEY LAW and Soliritor iu Chancery, Ky- ____riii. O. Oaic-e, in tlic Court House. Jnaf D MUSSEY FULLER, KAT.ERS in Aincricnn and Oootls,   varticubrsuf wllfcll .rercniMh Hance, on thu 01 fit' V The Proprietors of the EI.YIUA COBKIKII pravlui- a new lunl assortment of JOR TYPK; of tlic latest patterns, are prepared to execute ia Uni Uat in and on short notk-e, all orders for GEO. G. WASHBUKff, EDITOR. OFFICE, IN THE EXCHANGE, OPPOSITE THE BEEBE HOUSE. J. WESLEY UDALL, PRINTER. ELYRIA, OHIO, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1852. NO. 21 r KEEP TO THE HIUIIT. "Keep lo the lu, the law clirccU sucli Is tlic Ir.w of the ro.nl; Keep to tlio right, whoever yecurely to curry life's Keep to the right witii God mul tlic world, Nor wander, though folly lures; Keep to the right, nor never "bo hurled Vrom M'lmt by the >tutiuc is yourfa. Keep to the light within and raid liindrod mul friend Keep to tho rijrht, nor a doubt 1'lmt all n ill lio well iu the end. Keep to the nl.atcver you do Nor claim lint ytmv tmn Keep the right and stick to the ti lie l-'roin morn till the close of the day. BY CII.VCE GRKUNWOOD. Many years ago, in a pioascnfc village of Xow Englanil, lived tho littlo girl whose :ruo story I am about to Stono, tho only iliuightor of tho millov. Lizzie was a child whom everybody loved: not only because slio was so pretty, lively uul iutolHp.ont, but for her being so sweet, and truly good. Tjix- had two brothers, a fuw years olduv ;l.an herself, who wcro vory fond of her, nil of whom sho was very fond. These three children always wont to school and to church together and played in perfect igvcomcnt. It happened that ono sunny autumnaftor- :iooii they had a visit from two littlo girls, their cousins, who lived about a mile distant. They had a wild, joyous time, they played nthe yard, in tho barn, and all over tho louso. Mrs.'StoiiOj who was a kind, plcas- uit woman looked on ami laughed, if sho lid not mingle in thoir sport. She got thorn a nice early tea by themselves; and when tho visitors, after ono last merry amo, wore about leaving, sho said to brothers will go home with Alice ind Cclia. You may go with them as far as the mill, but bo sure to stop thero, anil oomo homo with your father." As tho cousins sot out, laughing and fro- licking along, Mrs. Sronc stood iu the lit- tle front portico of her   Maysvillo in a most violent form, and tha thus far nearly every case has proved fatal Cmiriei: od out hor arms, looked upward, and so gible of being disfigured for lifo, ho dctor- mined to avenge himself on tho Koiituc- diod Wheu Lizzie lay in her coffin, that smile was on her sweet faco still brighter and purer than tho whito roses that lay iipon hor pillow and Mrs. Stone tried not to "DlOKHTSOX anxio ty is prevalent in this community to know the name of the steadfast friend of Mi- Dickinson, in tho late Democratic Convent tiori. Ho is thought either to bo a brother in-law of Mr. D. or elso courting his sister Who knows kian, tho first opportunity. Partially dis- abled, ho lurked around the gambling hous- es iu search of his victim, aud on the even- ing mentioned, amid a crowd of revelers, Tho San Francisco papers rocorc death, by drowning, of Dr. E. J. Rutter It appears he was as lot her tears fall upon it; for sho said, "God i sprang upon his supposed enemy, and hns taken back a littlo ungol Ho lent to mo for a few years, and why should I woep for my happy, happy child friend from ITauquior in- formed us of an outrage in London a few days since unparalleled in this city of out- rage and wrong. A young man from the north, a graduate of Yalo College, and of highly reputable connexions, was engaged as a teacher in that country. He became onamorcd of a beautiful young girl in thc neighborhood, with whom ho had many suitors, who being greatly enraged at thus being outwitted by a Yankee schoolmaster, determined on revenge. One of them to "Washington and invited the bride- j 1 j IlVlilJ I.V f> WJH tltlVi 41.1. r J.IULL O11V UlULU- they said that to move tho wheel backward gl.0om aud bride to his house and sent his or forward might kill her at onco. carriage for them to some point on the rail- Whon Mrs. Stouo came, ono of tho men, road. In returning, tho carriage was way- let down a light into tho wheel, so that she man from the side of liis could BOO her poor child. When sho saw wife, and despite hor screams and implor- ing appeals for morcv, he was bound hand fore any ono could interfere literally cut himin picrcs with thc huge bowie-knife, u ith which ho was armed. But oven the stern heart of thc touch- ed when ho found that instead of tho Keii- tuokiun, ho had murdered an inoffonding Illinois miner, who unfortunately for him- self, bore a strong resemblance to tho Kcn- tuckian. Thc scene of confusion that en- suod can bo bettor imagined than described, the fury of tho indignant miners know no bounds, tho Monte and Kolctto tables wero hurled out of doors and windows, the gam- blers dispersed and the murderer securely bound aud guarded. News going forth among tho miners that Irish Dick had mur- dered one of their number, they poured forth from every hill and valley, and before noon of tho next day, more than fivo thous- whho ikco, aiuUho bleeding avms alfd foot and boat uiitil'lifewM iioar extinct. IlluA minors wcro gathered togothor, and hold toward hor. sho shrieked and j thc cry of hang him, hang him, was echoed cendiug the side of tlio U. S. ship Vinccn lies, in tho harbor, and missing his foot hold, foil into tho water, and before he could bo rescued, was drowned. Dr. Rut ter was 32 years of age. and was about t return homo to rejoin his wife and family after an absence of two years and a half. ADMOXITIO.N" TO YOUNG ter Scott, in a narrative of his persona liistoryjgivos the folio wing caution to youth "If it should over fall to the lot of youth t peruse those pages, lot such readers re member, that it is with tho deepest rogre that I recollect in my manhood, the op portunitios of learning which I neglccte' in my youth; that through every part of m; youth; that through every part of m literary career, I have felt pinched an< hampered by my own ignorance; I woulc this moment, give half tho reputation have had the good fortune to acquire if, b; doing so, I could rest tho remaining par upon a soxmd foundation oi' loavning science." All kinds of Job Printing Executed AT TUB orncu AECTIOX Bins, OK FARE, 1.ABPUI BIU.HLAUS, ami Pouiphleu, at this are subject to prcat care anil ctu-M- iiosi; ko that, noarron, arc allowed to uixr their pile's. uiimiai-y el' the Public of (Jen. Scolt. At tho age of 21, and in the summer of 807, he volunteered into a troop of Vir- inia horse. u IS12, He fought tlio battle of Qvrcoiis- town Heights. 11 1813, Was tlio instrument of saving our Irish citizens, taken in arms u- gainst the British, from tho Rav- age penalties of tlio English law of constructive treason. Fought, as Colonel, in the battle of Fort George. n 1814, Made n new Army and restored the military spirit of the country Fort thc bat- tle of fought''the good fight" of Ijimdy's Lane. n Won the proud title of tho ''Hero of by nursing the sick and dying troops of his army, upon which tho Asiatic Cholera foil oil its march to tho field of the Black Hawk War. By negotiation, and not by force of arms, brought thc Black Hawk War to a just and favorable is- EUO. Soothed thc spirit of the Southern Nullification, and saved our coun- try from civil discord. n 1S3G, Served against the Scminolo In- dians in Florida. 'n 1S3S, With admirable energy and tact, and without troops, ho calmed the Patriot disturbances upou our ex- tended Northern Frontier. Effected tho removal of tho Cher- okcos. in a manner that won tlio gratitude of that noblo tribe, and tho admiration of the whole coun- try. [u 1839, Earned tho distinguished title of The Pacificator of the North- Eastern and saved his country from a bloody and waste- ful war with Great Britain. fn 18-17, Opened the splendid Military Dra- ma of the 2d conquest of Mexico, by reducing the city of Vera Cruz and the Castle of San Juan d' Ul- loa, almost without the loss of life and after an active Beige of but four days. April the 18th, he fought and won the admirable battle of Ccrro Gor- do, and opened to the Americans tho path to tbo dominion of the entire Western Continent. On tho 19th of April he entered tho city of Jalapa. On the 22d of April, he occupied Peroto. On the 14th of May, took Pue- bla. On the 20th Aug., won tho three groat victories of Contreras, San Antonio and Curubusco. On the Sth Sept., fought and won the brilliant battle of Molino del Bey. On tho 13th Sept., ho carried by storm tho terrible Heights and Fortress of ed tho Mexican army from thc gates of Bclen, and San Cozmo, and made a lodgment in tho Cap- ital of Mexico. On tho 1-Jth Sept., ho marched his hrmy of heroes, scarce six thou- sand men, into tho Halls of thc Moiitczumas, and broke tho Span- ish dominion in America. Editorial Con espomk'nce of the CJcve. HeraW. bin Nailoiutl 
                            

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