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   Adams Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 1, 1844, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                               rf-_: r At i '1 f. 'alumni. in Or i5 ii lint ii.ii'l wjjiim tin' N MKT" (J. IklKIM'K, -t per lor continuance. XT. "oil lo tin- lifeless inanity oi death, had "done well'm ilreir day and Hui The Spjrit ol tllt'Clion. is yon: i. Si !1J_. I kuV uKI.A! TKM rhi.x KI.KYKN. sometime sine'1 related a story THK I'ooR INDIAN. Jn the splendid les.'iun.s of the ''far h- lie" hi'TW crfi u-irii" "in.n' iv T r !l Krettfh-rtlif Kocli-y Mountains-, tin-re -nre rivinrr llll 111' II J1') l i 'i I'l i I i1 k i i yeinY m .aj'-; THK PROTEST s. D.-TAXTI 'llow old an iliou life's liar mornim.' Not unly- vva.N tin- Senate, the lli'us.i-.the liar- aij'il the Army visited liy the' (iival Leveller, lull nir, the Judicial Bench bus ryiViVfd tt MjJLU- llli hall, fts li- leelitiir is a They sale oht horse, and a 1st) like iliafhas iribos'who, if left to WjXild away South. fur to 'IV .Majority oftbp of KepresenUtivt ars i'riii ami us iriorv, TT mi JLIUJJC auu lativ. r v V t Deem earth apar'adswvwhirrc sorrow.- smart. loriUlinCiitinii.litiiU'il ii tlrct'S, as Cicero i nor-'icnr may wine Y pleasure j Wotild say, had nut 'lorii? disappeared Fair and precio'iis fruits aluuii thy way. j was by_the preadmonishiujj bis -they friend ast agony, to distant dignity, and move the 1 ivnclmian, liad wind, n-ver the plains 1 he Urns of i admission their, j a he recommended -these however, become valuably tit-inat.v in, uV V i-: ver lo the whiles, and this beati- .orK-niiig tys pa-senf, -wi iin it.iMieivj, suiiowniK j- with its brukvn fra-'-memsThere -U n'ul verdantcouiitiwmid these brtiye and proper by white by .payintr >i.g. paf- the 1 ii'diani to" fat and No ambition or ULcan Oui, sare, on yoLu's- the g power ol Hie Whiskey in all 'direclitjijjix'fw'sc. poor furiously ri- 'ir." .Wrap thy -bright-visionscin- funereal s And though the siidde.Hing-thoxight'cdls forth an- morning--lid: i 'nnvimie J y', lii- is. 'n-niTefl iti wftli tht> atliiitiiVa of'the had not: an 'anxious slt'h, ibeni Tliiiik' thiit, il.iou.ijlr nhr enough to. die! was near to witness j'his a, mass of spirit gone How old 1 Is youijt'aggy so_ason j. kjijd IJea- r i, i >t t UP m natures thttt-rtfu und juy arc dost thou wear the sunny smile, to cuver The anguish of a disappointed heart! Or. are life's loveliest giltsfpreadput before No tfood-withheld, no deairc dn tliec: von will cJcijrn to "ansAyor tliaTpraycv, Ulr niay'niy ryes, as they grow dim. in lliy; fast strucrgliN look on' the i'acos of those than be robbol of the ludduu ircustuvsuf hkhonn? Who would -not rnfhyr Iviffy yuuu1 wiunu'iu. no uniu in'sirc qt'iiipd i _ i i i limh fortune- waved her golden scoptro o'er tlwc, I llil11 Iuvti I. i ___ _ _ pcrllftps the starrih.tr his wife, than bury his love for would not rather follow his child to the'grave, than entomb his parental af- older upon eleven IIH> 'no you avec de de hurse. Hiy more as rat 1 tell yon." of .Kopr.eseiitative.s !Te call- to" Thr I'U uy lUf ULtUIUIUjr IU USUge, UHIT a quorum- of members whose right to participate in the act of i r-_' 1- 5 Bidd H appoarinl an'd answered to their sonic tofrv heisrht ieaUires aL 'Above thy peers, wlh the proud world arpiituP '.-Ihat sympiUliy fun: tiong. Indulgeaivdie tliee the iuneral sre Harbour, Rov. (TOO. love. Lovo 'L with fiaelityvas well as "Be wise i owner by a judire of horse flesh, that had (traders, who manage to collect per an- from to buflklo the ntte at..M'Jiifji mals are now disposed of, .in-.ten years will lie ktlled ofT. Whenever that Mr. Cutlin very justly prophesies, ijml 's'; tui proceed U the h igh thrt-of- -to- rillan oifice in point bfdignity political consequence, is hardly sccontftd any knmvn lo A fore that siiaUbe entered the uiutersigned, feeling, a- of- cmn obliation to.lnrfh" -A-nd an tny broy, T-ime'.s'.rccviJ. lullb Uii1 Of ripening years, and nature's sure decay, As lengthenuig.shadows mark the day declining, Life's dial-pimp iloiintcs thn gftiing And goon nil earthly carcB- an.d thoughts resigning Thou'Irrest-in calm labor done. n.. now, therefore, saic 'he; "Oh ye Rife Bhld your f a b h cordfe. Yon cannSt make't bom iv-Wei'ks he too You-cnnnoC-inalre- them 'K'onfo'iind'ypjjr French tongue I'lhe is twice old as you said.'! horse with: well too IteiigiM. JsZlova: feigned astonis.hmoTitTT tivins; in a plain of nearly UiTefi thousand miles- must'die of starvation a o.r lhat lu Liud 1 ov tie assert, artt constrained.to; declare that, they must either atta'ck the powerfi amug-hboruig-lribx'a of the Horky )ierhaps f a-deep w Its wealth and honors ht to from the future thv-worn spmt borrows K_. i r. dent. 1'he President! what a latal 1841! Ret tongrtcd lib tains, or m utter. drnr? V order aMtiiviVljbeilyf if the "of rromHne-inaugural lon-of Eternal irf the Ke'nvpns'r .timV He shook me bv the hand, in the two altt'r- following lacts relating'To extraoniniarv 's SKn _.. Death iii Plaices. "Death 1 the who man inspires goirrg to visit my aged-fathef, and to'-drop a tear, on the grayo of-my "mother." Alas! lie was ne.ither to see the one, rror weep over the grave of the n'tW-- "Xnr Vvife, nn 'ed'to'tltetneniliers. tt'e ment Tor the benefit of a nuinerous Jist'of affll cultural Subscribers diner., Mr. Pell, of Ulster county, made a natives thi'i'e visto iu be needn't up to "f-- can eat up two .KrencTiinen' just like you al one meal." hond it i flection btjfore us, Jhat ihesu dians inust sp'oiTHoladded to3htL.dJsrn 1ist..of'those -who have already withered dv leaving their -country rnl prisons ding; severab persons, also, tiviAU uwi U j rescues man; Peath! the rescued erowrjs." -again to-sec.-" That tremendous catastrophe bere'ave'd. in his oc- .jase a .wife and six 'childrerLof tH laieinent, relative to his experimental jarr naing; fraiif wlu'ch it appeared' he .had faand b r i.uu uiuy von diable dam! .Yoit von of of aiujlher Qvar- great leveller of the huinuii I'uce, Were it only to iTVnrlf rn'g ijfnpartiality. If .ever J-.-_ shell lime ''There's no use in all thatr Monsieur. as .well as "all seasons arc the n iauiely: biishols of charcoal per acre. That .011 cock an'd bull story about that horse.wh'ich'.js .TheJIliiladelphia story. TWtnr f-mintrV. wh" WJII Missouri, -namely, Bowlin James M. Hughesi Jolm: HE and Jaines H; Rel haabeenm.recent-times r TTftitp-  in this Hall, and was called to'by a man behind him. names n a manner and purpose is to- vpte of officia yon -gya _ "tins .xcrdnte-and ?rand monurncnt's burial the- past two. oi4 of-Harrison was sublime, but fatahwand of-the great tjie'nmemlj-who olmll 'TM 'ft W Ii A _' .'1 XN-- f." has rnari'v of .'tlip thG neighborhood'. much iiiiit'rc'd by the drought. Thai he ajfay injured b two or v sooner this-rln Id ttiectrtlia on the land ilmmb milk, would fly iRerc.prfesenym tfe tte'cljbjTof -Mondieu! ".Rut yotfcheated me-Jn the the. ___ _____ a. -I, CK them.. The doctor replied "yes, it is east twenty, if not tweiityj-one years old it aTid, tint is what 1 "call him." rein rn ing it ulCreOi. to] l-f hvfn F-" low- small a-suln, the apportionmenror Jfepre- sentath'u, 'over, the shamble's and' puundi vil it is yonltold. rtffr-h'it Wnx lit- ii iit one dollar ordinary wlieatwas 7s. That he ctvt clorer-aryl housed' it- onj.he same a bushijl- of t or ten to idchtify bis property cording -te wail-saonJia-y.e-to-go4he same ;that-last-resting place-fMacomb and sarai the heacl iq a few -weeks- the solemn sepiHchTal' >-frc Ivad saitoier. every, loafli 1'Jiat this clover retained its -green color and -was preferred by cattle to ilial'isawd in the old That .he dip'ped sponge in amrno.nia and j I yo'u 'lie (efiorelev- en, inislako, .sate., Pat Jeetle. wiLfd in, ffie iio put him vlurf''" iiiii IniKii1 inn jjiui.j pretended exatninrTlionjof the. nook and; its con te nts, call ing, "aaiF 10's, iJO's, itiqfG than -one. .Representative, wd "one of UK) dollars." 'The Doctor new to the roll ot jueatn; and the hardy sailor has cast his-lasfan- chor.in the grave. He sleeps among tiie _ cloqticnr and they WCM. la the same! neigh ben-hood formally years served under the'governmeni pf-hii- After sailinVmany over the sea ol oiP trie'miHtary salute to the deceas- e'd-president, as the body was berne 'to the tomb. The srilute was-sooTf ]taid iorhini.' S'tTrlf did those lines of (irny nore truf anri impressive than fn.tr yii.cn a histnrv r" n.' wluit's the "1 HlferenceT 13e_'gar! .you von Kngg it -to the worm nests on bis trees j i and 'tln'ia comjdctrly. Thai to'ijiar'ket fmtt thomstnul nmilrtg ..I' ii'l.ii-1. .rn T tlie tempest, he too -made ,fast near His comrade. Nnt far was he "rni'rio'd'IrOra his command at Y-ard to'his hodst oFlieraKlry. the "AiUJ'iiti ilisil lieanly, all" that weirlth trt- A wait iilikt- ilu- iucviiuliU- hour.- -a Tlie iflin-y Inn in ilu- Ed miind liTIVkl' noi only -exclaimed rf lisht: not know diffi-rence bet.wish.you Englishe no vVrje Entrlisho. but sare. dare one vc him all irg to over Sfi, and' received the 'pocket -jhe ous territory, equal ih bet of" Representatives: to whi i. _ Vxatiiination, the lie liad got a batch of counterfeit bills for iiy trouble and Jle-had not lost.a poAi'j'.book btit-says 'it Hatt fchfafe electing more than one.RepicsentatiYe." The several States aoovQ named have refused'or jailed to provide for and there sell for nine, dollars per barrel. That'lie employed a-man from A'ermont to engraft apple trees, dollars. That this man d ifK-rrnce betwisb d "1 know there's -'replied "but you meant to cheat me in of the. you nn-aiitT jrtirc inrt huu g Ji t; migffriloT Iw honest, for the purpose of advertising it-mid returning it to the rightful owner. is ran ifM we sliall consider him "fe.cn. t i vos from M the 38th.Congress, each of-tliem entitled to more than one and- the hnvi lie I of hvn Hn v I'" i risionsftwo of them -rujho- nyn H'n? von maue ibl is te.. ft'oiulffful ol'Uongrcs's reqti'ircd; .'aiful at a row of hp_w Tinn to all who never strikes to die boldesi and the bravest. At nigli.i Stevens was in heakliv the inlife. what must it bta uf-tlie trruu> oi.e oiir'aml" d Ihul was a'thne of smlden death ainnnq-pub- lic nvn. He-was-joiHed-.iuihx.the' see'in all tlri-i'tjie V T ae.' TV M. ivrilii- j liiT lu-ai- 1. ll.'lll to deceive mf'7" sntd" Voll A'lon.l UK' brick buildings, going up in Rn'mmonc street, near Fourth. Three laborers, na- and by Failing to elect n- be.toreFatiers.uii i olio ilnu brave and troublesomt' to'the tut-at New Orleans, rejoicing in the common vKiory over _the armed myrmidons of England, could not maintain the cniu'lici >rriigal arrrl prpdpftntcdj by the brualiing of several from th fourth story .into the cellar, carry ing a TTbOfk-iV, they have failed to (or and constitutional purposes. They.could not elect, because there were _ no districts in those States t'rom whifi to elect. Klection by-General ticket i; ti'iii o! Tits views, of the and the'; .-uine >hort time since, preity worn -i i n-nrrection nfil-p '-nrh- I >i i r' you. -lie fi> w nMiiiMuon n_t ijje Miauj iuy-jduwn scarce i jSJn 'ovigtinnf .is '.old eiTojny. eTjually a'mT'd 'on the Innd'and on the s-ea. lie :his colors ami was- conveyed to ih, tri'ick ami ed over to the c- How fierp dravf v .-I- Uy v Bill if tiie pn-v. 1, i with thH f.-.. SMI! i J.I i i 'the forr-" nj -ir-'iiin- r il... J If tin' Jlaurels a; )ii- l. t. u -H civilian cauif.t i..- xj-.-c't-! i-t tjr-. the -f i-, S. wiih men is im-- Tln'.'lndians on the <'olninbia are ex-pec-' 'V i' 'i 1 i TT i i i i ,i 'I'1 is vot I yon. ten nun i nn, He Jiaijt- a'ikvai.y ict! hecuine to the.M- new i i i M'-   tliey. ;n-.- iii- u >IM v.- .-'--1 i ie I- l' 1 l''-, 'll'V' -I'l'" a lle'A t :'-iii i.iirii'-d I 'r. Inieiiiiin HIIO I i. o-i and til! lh.- ,.f 'ire .'ll-hii c" was immedir.tely for, and ordered j hns held to be alid innd the lenl oj ,'iili that tliel'i; Ufi.s Uut a liuile OJ' limb frnctured. hut theTFirire had- in t bo-ie atnvl'u fnr 'tin- ('ontrresscould be chosen. It is tinderst-ood nevertheless, that the prrsons above named i i i r i i i i 'ii i i i i i t i i i i i i i i p lllililtll'lMJ1'- i .i lo vote m the elfctiini lor the One Minion, ua.-  in-_; ii ie the 'ft..- ll' II llj are iiii-- lo ,ml i.ii i i1--' i vi-lien tin-y nre consniereu in connexion when In- eh hand i> upon iln-in. !-I-) i ,i i c nh the Known law oi land. Althe I nt.> i: Ili-li hat can mil llnnk i I 7 I _ t iii. i-rne, it is undoubtedly true that, by lawer, i t _ ate> in 1 ciiii.i are, in P, Tur.inu, L' will. 'V. twi. ,i, ii ,n ol'n right to i" i ju-.- i assist m the hod y lo winch th'1 nt Till1--. tmiji returned: and itisnnder. i A, i i rule nt Parliamentary law, as I u______ .1.____wi; uii.I.i-r.-! 111 ml. tiiiiLiiie persons ahoye 1 i i teacher- mi-: i lutiuii .'i'. i 1- ii naihei nrouine call meill-, t. ;i r- c. ii in u.i 11 Hit fuif. tlnd r ''V' v l'iv-' t.-r election by these tTTeV La-1 t V' fi. K. nnd Wehsi f -in the i ;_' U' P X i h 0'iiM any "liic.-r ,.r I'uiiciioimry in .'i V "-'a'' make :l Vet n I'll i 'f .'HIV >Ucll m M, And ;i-, l! ttrO 11WI -W.O--.V I' I f-. slum hy   

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