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   Guernsey Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - April 10, 1845, Washington, Ohio                               GUERNSEY JEFFERS ONIAN. T. W. Lord W. H. 4.ill. VOLUME I. Two ItoUars per Annum. WAKIIIXUTOX OHIO, Tall-RtfDAy, APK1L IO, I F O E T 1C If I when hi; dealt a few i.T aiguinonl i Other are Hound Tlice. "i'v jig-m-i the so. XV (Ml! v. that all m ml.nvl In nit- BV G. P. MORRIS. When other friends are round thee, And other hearts are thine. When other bays have crovvnM thee, More fresh and green th.in mine, Then think how gad and lonely This doating heart will be, Which, whiU it throbs, throbs only, Beloved one, for thee Yet do nol think I doubt thee, I know thy truth remains; I would not live without thee, For all the world contains. Thou art the star that guides me A long life's changing sea; And what'er fate betulea me, This heart still turns to thee. ihi-n I tiie age, l..si nig believe ho thing aln.ut he declared K( tort, depraved, M-K, J.' that (nulja dcfper ui Chn-t. and that -he W> cheek, i; nnd tin; j UJIUD 'ii kitidled rd a i OH was replied as abundant j V o, ne threshold of the dnor. He watt K'.-nent sound fell up. e.u tieuid own nanu; brea ill': tbe Devil. Mr. Kellogg, the Buckeye Orator, tells i Heaven feiick savs, tney ve angefe 7 aC' -I count lor. Whether a rebg.on or mes- ding, of vour .epentance mcrism, is moru than I can tell: but the i assembly" MI.I of the "Try 'Til a lesson you should heed, Try again; If at first you don't succeed, Trv ag.nn; Then your courage should appear, Foi if you will hut perjevtre, You will conquer, never (Var; Try again. Once or twice, though you should fail, Try at'aui; If you would a'. prevail, Trv annin; If strive, 'ti no diegraC" Thoui'h e not w in thfi race: we do in that case1 Try ngaui, If v ou find our task id I'ard, Trv again; Time will bruin vnu your reward Try again; All thatothir foika can do, Why with patience may not you? Only keep this rule in Try WHY tiiov bring the people is not slow.' JiMnt'.i, what ate .Sueuu h hat 1 ii.n u seen, In 11 Jamc ,i int mcnnciiitrlv the cof- Mr. Mcrriman. Thechan-e th-.-i-ht unhm is more beau- I ._ _ 7 is a correct copy ol the original now in "Borough of Abhtabula, To any con- stable of said Borough Greeting. You are hereby commanded to lake the Devil, ever! evening, arse1 before me to answer unto L'l O'llford in a of "Delirium emeus." To his damage of one barrel "JonicJ. Posr. ho poor demented man seized the warrant nnd hurried away, feeling as if ,'his troubles would soon be at an pathetic, elo- twenty P tantly retired, some shouinijj, some account fn "J null UV 1 (IB addressing mm-clt N. il.e u h..-iohtened was yet on the id- were nil ho u- atld 8lller an ef. T ALE. S E L E C THE VILLAGE DRIvSS-M O R C II R 1 S X I A N FIDELITY R F W A I! 0 E and I a.., S.MV that j tort in the pulpit, parson Grundy came luck> tliMign' onteiec Al.- Sounder's down into the al'.er, as thev call it, and mind; but a-, ,he i- m such a 'front in i rid III. tx 1 II t- ll I I (I i- m such a lix, alter (.rderina several seats and as not to lered. l'i! ihc bo.t I can (pew, be he 'Now all VU-.i, .1 ajjo I cocifjirpaii-.n, m the above a  i 1 "h Uasn't italla humbug? At any rate, number had been concerted, a-! he streets of oelieve so. I it> you ;imung j ;i presbyteriar, he it was; c..n't tell; don't know, eis m the village, had become a subject 'him VPI-V By a CTvtliodiat Clcrgcymnn. huriah m paison CJiiimiv'.-, p.-n-h, an.I, prouiplcii i.v vxtnt down to the t Uuich i'tio evening, lo .-ec vvh-it w ere nhoiii. '1'hu vei> musi and I'll tiy ami find out what U is; and I threw rmfcell into the soon found mv way iuti which was literally thii ers were lu thegallerv. son in the pulpit, and SLM clergvmen seated uniler seated, Hiat out HS 1 had tjUl In S'.HIll -.0111111 I thought I fhould like to lie M-MI ii scene oi action as   n1 cn.w pu.-hing, until I (l m'.st- i. MiialMcndwho said he became frightened, ran awav, and a UctTl J'" Iell lhe bumston" coast lourely clear.- Mr Vrr 'l F K- i G.V The maniac ascended from the dark a- rtell, Mr. Morgan, said Freethinker, He siutcd wnat be had seen m fechng a. lf he gfeat was walking along the joiough in triumph, he met ri minister who accosted .eelthur need of Chnst, W. there a'nd" fai8 ;f mw irr-trrh' "ve r sirraivhe Pel and the Cruu.on ol ,cr, only lhlllk I am very ghul of the ht'o LTer "Sen (Continued.) On a splendid January evening the el- egant mansion of Col Saunter? was bril- liantly illuminated, and most liberal prep- arations were made (or a select Albert was till life, bounding like a vonng deer in the gleeful sports ol natuie from parlor lo parlor, lo see ihat even thing was as it thotild be, nnd lo wait on the young gents nnd ladies as they arrived. Sarah, loo, was buoyant with hope, and j full ol exhilaration. She was attiiedlike! n princess; iind James Morgan ind the impiety lo swear outright that siie was anodic! and Mrs. Saundeis ml her monomania, declined that Robert Ellison must bow in irreptes- j 'iev lespondcd a grn sible adoration at the shrine of her daugh- ter that night! Poor woman! It was a real pity that she could not have met the peis.nis in the piime of life, i bout the revival, the company took up uue.ablo peace. T, tu.e, there Afl, lt A .s. me i- thought.' however, kept j had lhe MnVr- j.V i up, and I Mood and sur- rrl the exciting scene Prayer alter prayer was c tiered, acco-npanit H with ahti deep drownmg sighs, and sublimated and pious humtmw] A tew all agree with the of and I had no hope i n, to ridicule the whole concern, lit not bo now, Robert. to hnd out troin r-! s.-ir; and the peison who sull H, has loet hit The n.U-s oi iht, Ceneial Tost Office and had a most b scene, in the j hope mfileu todo Uiilc, mn i -n.il i n-. "Hoxv sdd oui natii'uis. Our MII, h jvx- it iVc. which produced H most thiilling eUect on ihe The whole congregation immortal felicity i e- usinK LVUIV c, said cntiri'lv cured otrl.t_u- manuer in which they had ended their I heard true, and i 1.1 U.e country who deairffs to ihe public histor> ot Hie men of coui.t.v.Bho.iiu road ihe debates of Con- Oui iurfcigji aiiaus and curceriit (M Jjtie, I have cloud seemed lo have come over'love can tn or-tell, l.irniaheu UIlder embrac i joined in tiie choius, and the harmony of j'ul, a voices vvns like the sound of many a- Id suppose he iigln.: teis.! transfixed with wonder, her O! our wicked naters! I.oid h.ive paiaUzed wiih admiration and m- Robert Ellison. He appeared thougl me nap, h... 1 L i Jie U1SCU981OI18 tuTv prcsL'nt and his- cy on my that won't come terest! 'i'hat company of penitents was "L'ut there's a voice of F ivnc-icn iri'tn the t.ic.cd vxoid hiitik these to mgl bic 'ibfi!  o bo littea tor it" mided, nor could Satan Saunde.sJ her. Jane, the for the du- aiena vxlthout ai, ,c oi tha r mother, succeed rails ing lum mo, icrnment. though they tried their '.he disparity in -ui c iluceu to g.M. n a j n.j.j wish to sublc'ibe ular which we w ntre .hat xx e n paper at 3lO; u uctkJx and a mto merriment best. They spoke sneciingly ot Mi. inclined the Grundv's revival; and Sarah took that fnends who know it, i c d u t u j, t, un DUabt but ;i shoi I !l me, ;ind I nalj'i I ihe yr lor0 pronounced the pubhcnnV converted at the time allti'led lo, and is j '-c'l >ou, J.it'.e, the thought is 11. 'i'i d be merciful lor vei as if 'lu ir hearts woul-i hrc..k xv lulu the rcsi ol u- looked, Hiid, peih felt unut- terable things. ihink.- I, iln- vxill do for a beginning, an.l bow u will cud I'll wail and see. 'll now devolved on the choir to per- form their part in the holv diama, which they did with maMerU (.fleet. tell it beat all the singing I ever bouid be- fore. The melody was new, simp'c, and touching; ;md tiie nth ncc ol full (il- ly luci.mparable fell will) more than swoctnes-.s on ears, and, by Jup'.tcr, 1 thought lor a lew momrnlb ihui I had been lo .-ome lairv happy an as I ever j I can never submit to Religion i< her theme. She is constant- two things must you ly singing, taikiug. and ing, and is must giceuji sour religious heavenly-looking with a much thought of among the 'devoted broth-' or, we must difsolcc our hundred others to help, sung the follow- crsand si.-tcrs." ing verse: who is he that looketh foflli, Just as the Fair ns I he moon, clear as 'he sun l''s Chris! 'iiv sun iiuw Jesus can ckithc ni) n.iUud soul, .lesiis tor nit1 hath died; And now 1 can with pleasure sing, AJy wants are a'l supplied It uas sung with most touching pathos, and the effect was magical, particularly on a voung woman in a scat opposite These remaiks produced the o fleet The choice is before ou, and you can decide. Which will do? It'willcost they were designed to, they stung Rub-[ mo a severe struggle lo abandon you; ert to ihe he.iit. He lovcil Jane most tenderly, bir felt bitter enmity foi her new religion. lie couid not doubt th.it she had been seduced into convention in the revival m.incBiivrc.s at Air. Grun- dv's cliurch. The of this he couid not endure: and he almost wi-h- ed his obligations were transferred to the lovely Sarah before him, who had where I stood. I noticed her before, at tried her utmost witchery the time she came forward. She uas n beautiful creature; and I logrctted that one so ipparently accomplished and love- ly, should be entangled m the meshc-; of hcart that night. hi-, However, he re.-o'v- cd to do nothing rashly; and so aher but 1 can do easier thnn i can Con sent to be disgraced by your religious licnzv.' This, as the redder will judge, was an unusual strain for Robeit Ellison; espe- cially, when addressing himself to Jane Arlington, the cherished idol 01 his heart. I: is probable no other cause than that of! religion, pure and undefiled, could have elicited such remarks 'rom htm to the in- nocent and iovcly creature before him; and when he saw ihe silver 'ears cours- all the Kind expressions ot down hop rosy he j The following tire extracts Irom the Blue Laws of Connecticut. The Sabbath shall begin on Saturday at sunset. No woman shall kiss her child on the Sabballi or fasting day. No oue shall travel, cook victuals make beds sweep houses, cut hair or shave on the Sabbath day. No one shall be a freeman, "or give a vote unless he bo converted, and a in full communion with one of the es allowed in this dominion. No one shall buy or sell land without the permission of Select men. Gospel Minister shall join people in nnrnajie; the Magistrate only may .Mrs. Saunders and her daughter, which land, and was actually to the .'V'" r o( was bathed in and seemed i harmony ol the spirits which sing in the men! I wonder if you have heard of the j picsenre of the gods. T.'ie music in our revival tiatV goirg on down in lhe vil j O'd chinch is barbarous union compared f i i 9 Inge of M. They say it's leall) power A revival of said Ellen Blnke- more. 'O, religion, of replied Mr. Freethinker. 'A revival of religion? Pray what do you meant1 inquired Lucius Merriman. 'Why, to be rejoined Oliver Freethinker, mean a developement of modern fanaticism, denominated by many of our cynical parsons conversion, or being born again hut which is in fact an extraordinary animal excitement, got up by the deacons and priests for sectarian purposes. True, the sanctimonious hyp- ocrites who figure most in these confused and ranting operations, call it the power and grace of God poured out on the peo- ple: or, in olher religion revi- 'What strange exclaimed Laura Paxton 'Why, 1 never heard our minis- ter sty any thing about or being 'bom and he's one of the belt educated own ip the country with it; and bcloto tlic vv.is half sutij.' 1 was wcll-niiih unmanned.1 dar.geiou.-, exclaimed Miss Saunders, 'win did you not leave the ranting enthusiasts m lh.it was nan fiossibillc, continued James; 'and I had no deposition to leave until the evenirir f.nce was end- ed. Well, after the sonj.', c.iine the and I'm sure I never heard the like be- fore. was reverent, and familiar; in fact, (la-non Grundy talked to the Al- mighty just as though he cjrpcctcd pres- ent salvation the atonement of Christ by of which, I I did nut uiuleistand. never heard Mr. E------, our worthy minister, say and thing like it- After the prajer a commencmjr, sinners, to the gospel was sung with power equal to the first petformancc of the choir, and (he congre- gation instinctively turned toward? the pulpit to listen to the sermon, which was founded upon (he words, 'Come, lor all things are now ready.' Ihe preacher have just repca'cd wcie .s of hr-r sorrows for at re- half blamed him-elt (or the seventv ofh they may do so with Ins manners language But he thought the caie uncommon, and deemed a severe icined) impoi tant. (To be concluded the tual which awaited him. ie Vacating County A. Slate Koads. ardently loved J.uie; indeed, though I the following art passed by the last sectarian soul-catrheis. Just now she i he could cons is tenth, started borne, at twelve o'clock brought up llie lines 1 the mansion on Walnut Hill. He thu rloud j tiird to his chamber, threw himself on her conn I Ins bed, but could not sloop. He tcn.ince beamiio tvnh uncanhK radiance, nnd she began to s.iy, in a tone so rich and melloxv. 'Praise the Lord." that n re.illy appealed as though I was listen- ing to the voice of some white-robed angel thai had chanced to join in the on sons of the evening! I have always had, (I beg your pardon, ladies, for sav -1 and should settle in'somo profession, "or i road', or part thereof which mg H.) a very high regard for lhe 'soft- j otherwise, fortune would so favor him, hciciofore, or may hereafter, bo anthori- cr but, by the charms of Venus, 11 that he would be able to wed the Village I zed. which slull reman poor, she had been for years (he idol of his heart; secretly it is true, because of a fear of proud father; but all along he had cherished the hope i-l, -i i ure, may inlere.it many we in.-ert it: A n act in relation tu and County Roads Soc. 1 Be it cmictvd by the General that, when he had got ihiQtigh college, j Assembly of (he, Stale of Ohio, Thai any le-s -c.iod.il lo Christ's Church. When parents refuse (heir children convenient marriages the magistrate, shall determine the point. No man shall court a maid in person, without first obtaining consent ol her pa- five pounds penalty for the first of- fonre. ten for the second, and for the third imprisonment during the pleasure of the court. never was more completely than I was with the mesmeric influence which ihat innocent and beautilul crcture ex- erted upon so you really was lore smitten at the revival, was you, Mr. said Emma Wheeler. 'A rim: place, I should think, for Cupid's capers! I wonder who the 'beautiful creature' couid be of whom you was so 'Not 'smitten? said James, 'but very very much interested. Miss Wheel er. Who the young lady was I cannot tell, only a gentleman a; my side inform- ed mo that she was the daughter of H poor, but worthy widow in the village.' 'Oh! it must have been Jane Arling- remain unopened for Dress-Maker with the approbation, or a! public use for the space seven years at leasi, the consent of tho 'old Squire.' But now all these hopes were evaporating! .lane was converted! anil how could he endure this severe No! he could nol, and he irould not; but first, he determined to -ee Jane, and, if possible, set her at rights again. So, after an hour's he rose half huwildered with what happened. The day hung heavily upon him, and he longed lor the evening -shadows. At length they came, and ofThe steered, wiih his bosom heaving with uncommon and conflicting emotions, lo ?ee Jane. He came in sight of the of the widow'a humble cottage, and soon stood Good Farming. 'Well Sambo, is your master a good 'O yes massa, he bery good he mnke two crops in one year.' s that 'Why, he sell all dn fall, and make money once: r.ny one lime after ihe order made or ,icn jn" spring, he seil de hides of de thontv granted lor opening the same, for wnnt of do hay, and shall be, and the same is hereby vacated, and the authorm granted for erecting the same by of tune; ami any State road which has heretofore, or may here alter. In: authorized, which shall remain unopened lor public use for the space ol tt'ii venrs afiei the passage of the act au- ihoiizing the same shall be vacated, and the authority repealed for non user. JOHNM. GALLAUIIKR, Speaker of the House, nf Representatives. DAVmCHAMBKllS, Speaker of ihe Senate. March make money Neyv York paper states that more than fifty gaming houses are in ac- tive operation in New York, ihe most of' I street; nnd that more than one thousand gamblers by profession are prowling a- bout the city and passing for respectable Iny on the curbstone and get the sea breeze out of the gutter.   

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