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   Adams Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 15, 1844, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                               At OU per annum, in advancer- 50, if bot paid frithtn-riwyear._> GxSARPER, EDITOR AND TB I C Adverti per iqaare-fqr-8'Wcclry'; 25 cents for each .rontiriuartce. "RESIST WITH SPIRIT OF IXNOVATJ0N UPON PRLN'CIPLKS SPECICUS THE FOKTRY. 'from Godty's Ludy't January S. J. HALF.. cos arc in the humblest home, jjildhood's route.iw there, d poinfprt in the lowlieBt rupuij Wherp.fltnmLi 1111 olti Ariii-Chair.... On Davy Crockett's return constituents, after his first sessiopin Cat of thejn surrounded beganXo'1 interrogate him about Washinewn. "What time do the dine at asked, dshington, said he4 "common Mr. Webster, it will be seen RISING. by this extract from leite. the Commercial Adverjiscr., is an early to er: When" I came Jo breakfast I found that Mr. Webster had been up several hours, writing by candle light, in his stu- dy." correspflridenEg 'nnd other writing for the day finished, and he was qnite at leisure to" company me any where., n. Those troublesome juVea- iles, denominated by sotnolwly us are described in a late Lmu parents sliould the vraitembluHct of their own offspring in the sketch, they should immediately set about ;i reformation either in the nurserj- gavcnumnif, or in the pajentnl rt" gime _ GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. _. jlinc. Tlie experiment has .b.een fully {.Concluded from last woeL] tp ifoo .satisfaction of the Thej-evemie derived from the piMic 'guine friends of the works during the past competition in the carrying though not realixjng the estimates which 'These boats during the-- past' yetir Raye were formed at tlur t'uiiuiu'iicHtiifiit uf j "reduced "the handsome I of teeT1 J profit to the Commonwealth over the ex- j tolls and tonnage, arid given to their fe i! We kitow Slit Hope .with Hath warm rd the mother's breast Weitww the Hath foiimT u place of Bright visions of the household band, Of faith, and prayer j .HeojtjpinciJ with, baud with SurrQiirid ihe Cnuir. grace con A charm to most-fcir, bright'flame, dinners at one but the gentry, and.big. at three; As, for rep- resentatives we at four; and, aristocracy and the Senate, they dcfnt gal their, victuals.to: ivjtcn does the-PTesideiitfodder4" Hickory'1'V'ex theOoionel to appoint a time in aecordaifrcewiijv the dignity-of the- jjiekory Jfe don't Another species which we do ubt not is knoyvn% mosUof .our read- be in mamma's angel-boy, U11Y --H. T- Mr, of the or betnno- present bed, and sleeps the riy or some pressing engagement has in of wledge, we strongly The report Canal Coiamissioncrs which will be laid before .you, and to Vrhich ypur particulat js invited suffer, one of them her' at and railroad; Ipes-'pf that ce it his gowl Arm 'y power, Irmrto lie is found in-a'sound 1 r ,m the parlor, But "he that TIT TO be expected is7 will wipeits sticky finders, 1 M 1 'ti frjira the ice in 1848, closely; jde'nUfiied; V Aretucjein tne nrcfnund} What nerves, thecwre tnarr with Htrength, Thotue and liis'mayTesra't length Within a good Arm The monarch on his golden threnc, Of hundred kings the heir, "ImpoWiirif for heard hiriPsay there have Colonel Ussey; of the ;parish of-De Soto, and dressed hi has shaved fhat he hasTuItylested a reinedy'forl troublesome: to tterjget for six months 't if a whole glass 'of wine is not thrown over-her 7lap into the bargain. 'Can he, as with one itjiujg-ugui. jLjxejrjoining is "uikets, tut stutlyTfor writing, for think- i make a couch of; ing, arid for all kinds of mental-labor ''stir the fire possession irom the time when {lie first streak olTfr spring, the liavijmble gislatiire. -In th >-i- -t -weeks is of 1843 was rendered about eight ___ _ ______ _ -t paid 'by section boats'was SI ..__ oLwhich 65: visitor's hat, his ee year. A likewise, .tookJ tke Siftte trucks. To to place among the boatmen on tlie- Dela- phe system; tb meet the ware division, which existed for several Jm Emtl. till putting a sequent upon the cominuedincrlaW: in the mnbcrof tVith willing hand sncLppen mind, -------Looks-upvclear-cycd, to heav< Strong, pure mountain wind, even. Ay, such the niSiVthat pod liailii .Whom angels guard with care. Jk it, then pour out.t-hp..white, forc.noon, scarcely u nio-ito retaining the yolk in the shell, nut in salt ment is lost; and it 'is .then 'that the a monstrous knack andmix with the yolk as long as it will; mighty results which his life 1 ?f on a gentleman's knee., kicking "Hfe'li his .bisj receive it; put a" portion of this a cer about twice-a .day. Ho .has made are produced. I tonally call uirhiinas eurly-as ten in the morning, and find him apparently Unoc- cupie'aTready to converse with them and "hisshins eyes out- gore'i Angela of tl than Notwithstanding these imptrdiments, ded. to'that cx'peririijpcd from.....the .higl i, andnfvery young, poking his: floods otHte Juniata in September.lak, -with their iirJK Vngcla of this claaa make- a point ail iiicii'ase OHT tilt- ii-cuibthuf 'A-is t JyiConTc ab'sbluiely Sft odditionnllrains wilt tie: .point of handling every thing "within their reach, bfealdng China j over-setting or- iiunit'iits Tvorse than a and. they maim all sorts animals at the opemHfi of die -the expectation-isr en regure 'd the experiment in two instances in his wi "Most" of 'the-ancient philosophers might-be named as patterns of health, temperance, and long life. .Pythagoras, in, particular, restricted himself to Beautiful is like a .mirror, catching and they rarely if ever sp.e him 'l n-m Images all around ft Remember that very much .at theirsEWiee, wonder when Mr. Webster does his yot abstract of live re- I ject ccipt's and expenditures on the several lines "exhibits the. following result: that cannot detendthemselvcs; they it iiiiiiocii iu rciittti." P --i i i JeinJ business men, engaged. The: JruthJ is ;Upon cat's tails, "pull-thft feathers -out that when their day's work "beirins his-itne canary's wings, take the goldTish" _____'j_ ends; are Main Loae, o makes them ForThYse and sun De.hiwnre DiviMJon; 92 North .BrynchcH; heart-it upwards ot 6ighW years.' His Mowers. i., j j .-L _ jier-dietj-aftarwith-results-------- Tt -s known JllsQ. ble. for temperance, uuu loitgeyity -too, when; hot rexrioved .Jby 'exvf fox to Cle- nienty-lived_ upon vegetable diet. The eastern ChiLadUh olished no after .scouring or -yawnipg. he.is up of This habitT his The editor of "The asks the following question ;_ -pi d-ycru ever -Vtfow a young mart.to hold a -sk'ienjjf yarnyfor at Ms-favorite getting it of ledge on all subjects which have render- ed other and-has-at the same- time" afforded hinp so much lei- bis friendsr visiting ,With them; just as'friey.-do keep them dogs, angel macSws, and aneel Add increase "of aio'ck on Coluiii'- 6m 'njialJe the terms, tli'ari" can HP ,tion. into the deserts of Egj'pt and Arabia, alldwed themselves but id per- dayVas theirHDhly solid food, Strangely tangledT au.eichanger but hejtuned-out "an old Me ffio for vedrlong and happy. .St. Anthony, lived iTnapartyof ladies the conyeii'atibn Mr. is ma in the Philadelphia Law Repbrlei fur Ji iiary, tb'at Mr. WebsfeT is writinc retaliatory exeipse oLlh light of-seaich. Corrtrnandeirof "and decreaseiof tolls on the different lines, as.-cj5mpared tory ofihe-ado gjyirhaut 105; Ji Jcromcv 115; find'Romattldus on Health and'Long wild birds fruT m rnanv'arlmirprs'rinf fpw rtfi 67 sat by lamenting the degeneracy of the times, "counting is nothing to what it-was when'I was-young than a work from his own pen on such a IDT. Rush was student -what per cent, he thought had been added aid of Satufciavj in and statements which .have been published relative captain of one of-.'the British vessels, who was 7T iinieiFrehch me tiiat he ivtia wll on board myjVessel, Beaver, Shenango French Creek, Increase in 18-13, ,536 28 03 to thb uiifofUinatcdiffieulty-betvvjien Dr. Win! of ithat town, gives the" on board rnyjvess thai liTieithed to Engluh a It, thac subjects. 
                            

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