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   Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1844, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                At S'2 OU per annum, in Or S'2 50. if not pjidjvvhhiu_the }V.i_r. S_______ ROBERT G. ILAUrER, EDITOR AND L'KOPUIKTOR. S .Aihi-itiM incuts. 1 j'cr M ri-nt'- r lor y uceks; continuance. RESIST WITH CAtti: Till: t-lMIUT OF 1NNOVYTION I'POK THK PHlNVll'I.rS OF YOVli OOVKKXMKXT, UOVVKVCrt SITXIOVS THt: ----11 A'WORLD OF LOVE AT HOME. 1JY J. 1. REYNOLDS. The earth hath treasures lair and bright Deep buried in her caves, And ocean hidcth many a gem. With his blue curling waves. Yet not wiihmher bosom dark, Or 'neath the dashing foam, Lies there a treasure equalling A world of love at home. True sterling happiness and joy Are not with gold allied Korean it yield'a pleasure like A merry bright fireside. I envy not the man who dwells In stately hall or dome, If 'mid splendor he hath not A world oi love at home. The friends whom lime hath proved sincere, "1'is they alone can briusr A sure relief to hearts ihat droop 'Neath sorrow's heavy '-sinsr. Though care and trouble ni.iy la mine, As down life's paili 1 roam I'll heed them not "till I have A world of love ai home. LA ?vE o u s uii.'i.M CiiiM. I.IT Li'Ke-r- lioni Nru Yoik." giu'-  n.t- poor iifnun is .mil it'l.iU-il Mi means for such obtainmem is the culti- centrc oenus. a heim- fascinated with the A oluntaril tendered tne next "'ornm by me lair one wind, the few years ago a poor Uerman came to New York, and took lodgings i il.o Yinniiiu Free Piess. The If hig One and Indivi- great body of the Whig party, though Certainly mortified and disappointed at the result of the Presiden- tial election, do not mean to fulfil the pre- dictions or gratify the wishes of their ad- veisaries- by any new organization or gian on his- part ungallamly declined, j he. was allowed !o do his cooking and he took his much against in NUm, rooiu family. The the inclination of all present, who deciai- husband and wife lived in a peipe'ual ed that "those Yankees were the quail elevilj, they was (.'el. Boston J'i ever saw. 'J'h .qtiuiiel. One day the German came (''eorgian jmn kj.elien a clasp-knife and a of Steuben j ;md began to pure tiiem some couple The quarrels weie m more v K WON T TAKF. TVvTNTY I UMKil> !ilU lu. sa, with jns (i.u.k 0 uaggis.li students at Vale Col-' were regaling felt in no dangei of being invol- title. Whig principles are American piincipli-s, and Whiir policy is opposed to Hi itish policy. i' have every reason to be proud of the cau-ic and the man selected to repre-. sent that cause and having conducted the canvass honorably and fairly, it a craven act to abandon the vation of good feelings in the hearts, and description of Galway. as given by the of good sense in the heads, of those facetious Charles O'Malley, di termined around him. That his best riches is to inspect personally the bread of the Mil- contentment. That his best love is that ky Fres and Baby Ciakes on their native which comforts his family. That his hills. Having shipped his sea inland best instruction is that which humanizes for Liverpool, he jogged along to New and ennobles their hearts. And that York, and took passage in one of the his best religion is that which leads to "Do packets. After making the necessary I justly, to love mercy, and to vvalk hum- j arrangements with his factors, he started i bly with his God." Would he triumph for the Emerald Isle. Uurpeeuliar na- Let him learn to endure. Would he be tionalities soon made him known, and he !a hero? Let him subdue became quite a hon sure enough he "Would he govern Let him first obey." i found a perfect counterpait of Mis-- Ba- 11.1 a a i n.nci Fii ii ci to liciirt s conton i -j j iiii vi m 4 n 11 u 11 Foliage of our trav- Ihis'letter of credit on the neighhoring U'redtiV room, (taking itforalur room.) j .snatched the knife from his lilL' IV111S ol Government and let our op- ellers often speak of the beauty of the bank, together with his hio-h implied ed-! :ind if he could o'htam lodging i ,uld phm-ed it into her husband's- heart, j American forests in Autumn, n'presen- i ucalion. ?stablished him In the heart of The old fellow, who wasa shrewd I Siu> Miflicient presence of mind to can y out men policy it tney nave 'ting that the Old World has nothing the family, which excited the irascibility I saw at once that lie was to be j inlu ;md .scream minder. lege, a few ye-ars since, themselves osie evening at the Tontine-, vin[ Ui then disputi s. Rut iheuoman, when an old farmer from the country en-j Ullh u .sudden and unexpected move- weie in more violent altercation than faith merely because he is unfortunate, i ,i i and we have been cheated out of the elec- ignorant ol their Ian- lion of our candidate. i lold on, then, biolher Though we must of necessity surrender A BRIEF HINT TO PARK-NTS. BV KZKA 1101.0KV. L, i ponents have- the swing for the present carry out their policy if they iiave we must await patiently the puil to them in the variety and coin- of some of the cousins who held Amen-: lht-' hutt of their jests, but mingling of colors. Some of the lov- cans at no enviable discount. They tried i taking ofFhisJiat, and telln ers of nature go into our woods and every way to provoke, or (to use the i nl1'1' If yon have a desire that your chil- ?aihcr the prettiest leaves there for pre- servation. Soon after Mr. Everett, our present minister to St. James, went to dren should love and honor your name. when they have grown them mims er to fct obev you-kindly, if possible, forcibly if England, his lady and el youmust. And, above all, never per- party consisting of the i "The )ga worthless! he had with him, to lie under Irish term) :'coax" a tight out of glass of .uui mlt knife.. iVnjjli- foil iu but he showed no inclination to quarrel with any body. A story was then cir- verage. and daughter went to ciliated "that he was a knight of the white j children, and the Thesuidentsanxiotisly inquired (ju. m, ane after the health of the old man's wife and dying man in his arms, the farmer, affected hand, and the hlood noon y mil any one of them to disobey isting of the nobility, wearing leather and they m their turn, inchuletL) deteriained to uive i Wllh into the UllLtLUV 1 mother; from an opinion that she is phy-1 state of preservaHon. j the cowardly 1 ankee sicallv too weak to the instant, i J he wrcath attracted the gaze of all. manners and customs of the hand, and the blood upon them the whole pedigree, hib clothes. The wicked vsoman swore, numerous anecdotes regarding his most positive terms, that he had been lighting u ith lu-r husband, and had i he-long to the church asked him u uh n knife he aluays car- time for doing whatever of good for the poor foreigner, in the mean- ,i 11 i country we can elo, and rely upon time eeinu the wounded man reel.' r and experience to bring about a reforma- tion in public affairs. Stand to your colors, then, gallant igs Your name is the good old Rev- your principles the sprang forwaid to catch linn in Ins t ill Thp only sure remedy in such a case is so strong was the admiration of them. I So immediately after breakfast the MI for the mother to say. in a proper, kind, I that Mrs; vyas asked wnere she j disant Miss Lnby. coaxed cajoled and but firm tone of voice, "I 'shall report i Procured the wreath. Sue replied that provoked our In.-ro into a demand for a your delinquency to your Father, and j was made of American leaves n, their kiss. you know he ,'cill punish yoi' natural State, lhc English could not then, kc must not fail to do it. It re quires as much self-control to command, with all propriety, a family of children. one ot the wags. ried. The unfortunate German knew "Yes. the Lord he praised, and so did Km-lish to understand her ac- my father before me.'' i J011 llul :i was dragged off replied the student. cusation, or to tell his own story, to principles under which the country has alone had its days of prosperity' If the party in power feel it necessary to adopt our principles and measures, let them do so. credit this statement, but asserted that the the guards, the cousin nothing would do aves were artificial. To convince them i short of a fight. The fair one laughed. of the actual state oi the leaves, Mrs. r... as it does to command an army. And, ,-et how few are the number of those sent to Boston, and the next fall the most variegated of our forest leaves were sent the Yankee rubbed his, hands and grinn- ed, the soldier looked broadswords and 11UW wi j T T who have a proper idea of this great and jto England as presents to Mrs. E. s elevated duty, which they have been credulous inends. sent to perform In great cities, the m- grape shot. an The two gentlemen stepped into adjoining room, where they found quite a little party of gentlemen from th wickedness and folly of what is called _. ruins parents for the faith-; abl-v Old Church. The oldest church prob- borhood. lookin" as innocent as babes. "Not foi a world.' what will} ou take for that dog pointing tn the farmer's cur. who was not worth his weight in Jeise-y mud. "I won't take twenty dollars for that dog." "Twenty dollars why, he is not worth twenty cents." "Well, i a.-sure you, 1 would not take thirtoeii stales, stands said the Georgian. as soon as. i twenty dollars; for him." l juino win 11 LO i vi mim r, i i 711 r i. i ii-.i ful discharge of their high responsibili- S.nulh ,nd' vlsle. !-ht tk> was closed -M don t know t- o i a_ oldest by half a much about fighting, but I reckon 1 want has often struck us that no one in. The writer has a communication from a one of you gentlemen to aa as my friend stitution in our country is doing so much 1 ge.it eman of that vi- a blt of a light tnat's going to come 'y, which gives evidence that it was i oilbetween me and this gentleman here, pointing to the guardsman. A dozen of- to aid in making children uniformly obe- dient as the blessed labors of devoted School Teachers. men most prominent in in the reign of Charles 1st, bet the years U'rfU and Tradition, fcrcd their services, saying '-it would thatit was the second church erected irgmia. hrick, lime the councils of our nation have filled the humble but benevolent office of Sabbath j School teachers. President Harrison' ie tauahtin a Sunday School, and the before shipment. lhc whole T _ t-t r-n 11 t-n Ki-iilt in Mi i-firkOf C11 I tv. t H tl- lunb" wcrc from England. is English oak and was bath before he left home for Washington, i structure was built in the most substan- UULll oeiore; lie.1 HJIL iiome; 101 >v aBiiingtuu, i .11 met his class as usual. The late Chief! Ual ,man.ner and even now the_ xvood Justice Marshall and the late Judge Washington, of the Supreme Court of J the United States, were both active in the Sabbath School cause. At the age hard to strike fire when in collision with steel. The structure, which is of brick, afford them quite a pleasure." Select- ing the one who stood nearest, the pre- liminaries were soon arranged. Pistols were selected, when our friend, the Geor- gian, remarked that he '-would like to shoot it off just to see how 'twould go.'' The apparent innocence with which the request was made raised a laugh at the greenness of our hero, and his wishes were complied with. The parties had by this time arrived near the ground of seventy, the Chief Justice regarded 'it i ha.s a lofty tower, and is in good prcser- that was selected for the duel." The as his highest honor to walk ihr'ough the U StTls. m lhe dcpths I had accompanied A pistol being; loaded city of Richmond at the head of a Sun- day School procession. The present Chancellor of the University of New York cit, Mr. Frelinhuysen, was a of a forest, and its walls are over-run I the belliferenls. with a delicate net-work of vines. was put in tne hand of our countryman. In its day, it was a splendid edifice. who held it in a awkward manner, c CHV, uas One window, of about ;2o feet in height, land bracing himself he levelled it aiatree Sunday Schoolteacher uhil-- lie held the composed of painted class represent- near by, and shutting both eyesgave the office of Attorney General of X. Jersey, scrijitural subjects. It was probably trigger a desperate tree was and afterwards while a Senator in 'on-1 abandoned about the period of the Amur- not hit. seen cheer- !cun Revolution, when the Episcopal! A titter passed through the s and he may still be v. noie fully associating wu'h the humblest teach-, church for a time became nearly extinct j company they thought they had sport crs" 'J'he Hon. B. F. Butler was a Sab-1 i" Virginia. Within the last twenty-five j enongh_on hand for one_uay but lhe} bath School office of Attorne States, and has, at tiie ......v., Bible Class for yonn- The Chan-1 foct to repair it. If successful, genera- the force ol the powder. cellor of the State of Xew York was a tions yet unborn will meet within its time- ready, the won, Sunday School teacher. Washington hallowed walls, where, even now, more was an active promoter of infiuonce than two centuries have elapsed since tnrb the ii.altcr-o'-lact of Sunday School-.. Mr. Van i their forefathers first raised the hymns Georgian he took his pac-s, takme cnre onsevcraf has addressed such of j.raisc to the living Coin-, to s-hort steps teacher while the vears, it has been temporarily occupied forgot the notoriety of Yankee cunnino. rney Genonfof the United W a sect called O'Kellyitcs. There is He had by this scheme got the hang of the present time, his a'projccc which may be carried into ef- pistol, and_ ascertained the charge and All being now was given. Five paces, wheel and fire. Nothing seemed iu dis- inanner of the assemblies- And Gen. Jackson has been on several occasions present whentliou-j sands of children were assembled in the Gk CvlorrJ Hon. Mr. anville. Chief Justice of J3arbruloes, soothing evidences of what they had is a mulatto the Hon. Mr. Sharp, At- from their excellent Sunday j torucy Cfeneral of 13arbadoes, is a mu- School Teachers. The office of a Teach- i latto the Hon. Mr. Garroway, Judge er of Youth, either on the Sabbath or i of the Court of Appeals in Barbadoes. flash of lightning, and fired at the instant. The guardsman in the groin. This drew all eyes for an instant from the Yankee, but when the bystanders looked again.hu was still standing in the any other day, is one of the most impor- mulatto; his Excellency the GOV. j same position, grasping his pistol with apparent convulsions, and both eves.shut i fast. In a minute he opened his eyes wor me see Come, my friend." said the student, who with his companions uas bent on havinu some capital fun with the old man, you say you won't tell a he for the if you will do it (or twenty dollars. 1 will give you twenty dollars for your dog." "I'll not take it." "You will not f Here, let me see if this won't tempt you to tell a the student, producing a small bag of half dollars, from which he commenced count- g numerous small piles upon the table. n The farmer was sitting- by the table with his hat in his hand, apparently uncon- cerned. added the student, "there are twenty dollars, all in silver L will give you that for your dog." The old farmer quietly raised his hat to the eclife of the table, and then as quick as thought scraped all the money into it except oiii: half dollar, and then exclaim- ed, won't take your twenty Xineteen and a half is as mud dog is is- your .A trrmenduii-! laugh from his lellow- slnelcnts, showed the u onld-be-u ag that he was completely '-rowed and that he need not look for help; from that he good-naturedly ac- knowledged himself beat. 'J'he student retained his dog, which he keeps to this day, as a lesson to him never to attempt to play tricks on men older than himself, and especially to he careful how he tried to heedle n Yankee, i'nlr ''orrest. lhe When New York i.i j Morning Xew.s says there is an old lady prison, ami the true -.T 1 ii ,i u m Morns county, A. Jersey, wlio liau a state ol the- case was made known Uiiongn, _, i i i "jjresentimeiit when General Harrison s nut it was not believed. an interpreter Circumstantial evidence was exceedingly strong the accused and the real criminal swore that she saw him commit the murder. "He was, executed, notwithstanding the: most perseve'riug efibrts ol his law- yer, whose convictions of the man's inno- cence were so painfully strong, that irom that day to this he has refused to have any connection with a capital Some years after this tragic event the election first announced, that he A capita! story is told of tragedian, and an eminent fessed her agency m the diabolical tian- sacliem but her -poor victim could re- ceive no benefit from this repentance. Society had wantonly thrown away its power to atone for the grievous wrong. "1 hi'nnni'Aci! Kcnr- to show how tin- icsi'lt ni tin; Lite IVfsiili-iitiiil elijrUem is ll is thought that the MIC- ci.-.s.-. dl tiir I'V-o 'i'r.ulo ill bi- pititu-n- l.ulv ill :ill ooiintrit'-J liivl ;i l.e-t in mil i-unnti y lot their The .Miinli'.'al u Tory pupfr, chiinis tin- M-bult ;i ilci-i.-inu tlii in fa- I'm lit the uf Hi ilii-li m I HI is it'll h- nut lu jimlfititiii tij tin jnti I HUM Till. II I. At. So far as we: can judge from the Amer- ican papers, of which the. majority ihat we see, being from the New J-aigianel States, are in favor of Mr. Clay, the- Pres- idential election is going decidedly in fa- vor of Mr. Polk. This, a very important event. It decides the opinion n( lhe Demnciacy of the: d'nited Slates in favor of the relaxation of iheir commercial sys- tem, and the admission of foreign, that is, would die within a mouth of his inaugu- ration. The same wise seer predicts that Mr. Polk will not live to be inaugurated what is more, there, are folks, we hear, who believe it! The Miilcrites are not SQ .singular a people after all. Mr. Clay anil It in Deft Clay is said to have received the news of his defeat with great equanimity, lie was a party and in conveitation with a lady, when letters were brought to him. announcing that New York had given their electoral voles to Mr. Polk. Apol- ogising to tin: lady he lurried aside to read. A shrug of the shoulders and a slight suffusion of the countenance were the only signs of emotion he exhibited, and having finished reading, he handed the Ictteis to some of his friends who pressed round him lo hear the news, and calmly renewed the conversation which had been interrupted to give the death- blow to his hopes of obtaining the Presi- dency. ofBritiah manufactures, without ie it: re nee to tin! protection of the JJomes.iic proi fialx of A paper from Brussels records certain wonderful feats performed for a wager in that city by a i miner from London by the name ol Coote-s. Jt seems from the account that this agile and active being ran two walked one kilom- etre, u heeled a barrow one kilometre, walked backwards one kilometre, trun- dl'.el a hoop for one kilometre, hopped un oil'- loot hundred metres, leapeel over twenty-five barriers at the distance (d le-n metres from each other, made r I twenty-live somersets, picKed up lorty c i i i slum's laid in a line, at the dis- rcbiilts it cannot Ian iu nave, i iance: ol one metre from each other, ami a most important influence' on tne I'ela- j lions between Canada and the molherj country. carried them If) a basket placed near the fiist .stone. All this was to he done in rniniili's. 'J'he Englishman pcr- r I foimed ii in and a half rnin- lloir it I! locnioco mannlne-1 ill ii-i It as lor a writer ol lour hmi- tnrer o shoes on a iioicsak: Uljigi nidied francs, which he ieccivi-a truim- m that article in our a few j 1 phantly m the .au, since, and, alter jeering him aliont e: eiic ce of a c oowd I iinei, illiei 111111 .uiuiu; i if, i i r -M speClatOt.S. the It dl the election iiinl del eat n! All. _ they were both young arid "unknown to i 'lay, inlormed him he had thre'e inin-; KilrDnc'rr- lame" and each other, they met at a died pans moie- of I must de- j tant which the life of any one can per- of Nevis, is a mulatto thirty-two editors form- "f newspapers in the British West India Islands, are negroes and rnulattoe.-: In the last London Quarterly, is a re- twenty-one magistrates are the different Legislatures there are Samuel JBamford, from which we no less than seventy-five mulattoes and make the following extract One negroes, making laws for their former he says, while his fellows were white masters the army is black.jurors dreaming, perhaps, of the scaffold and black, and ministers black, the block, he fell into a meditative mood, j lived over his past life, and formed and i J'ahiablr London Time.1- yowed a solemn resolution never more.'. of the 4th of October contains an account country-- JVsenily th if once set free, to meddle with political of the sale of poin'er dogs, the prop- man Mid not seem to but thin-; criv of Mr. Stn-lly, near !Xotting- king ho should have lo fight the whole, "I inn, and by chance were put to Ini'1 lakmir them, iho deale-r. sleep in the same room. B'lih relire-d liut why, iiiq.nred the in the dark, each .suspicious of the some and seemed to notice, for the first tune, i They slepl pretiy j shoes, that his adversary was down; and hf well indeed, th'U both refused to use yon have taken all my V'-.-. replied the dealer. nictic a In there. were forty looms for the manufacture of caipeis, m npeiatiun in tins country, now ut non- v.e an- to h.ue a rednc- j then- are thousand. The hand- .f dl', atul I intend to impoit looms average eight yards a day, the exclaimed, i-, lie killed.'" and i jtl th" morning. throw inq down his pistol, began feeling' Th'-rc they Tay eyemg each other with! my shoes. So the manuUc.turer depait-1 looms average from fifteen to of and examining hirnsi If, to learn it he f.-rociou.'- iookh until noon, when Forrest, t 'I all Ins, Locofoco dealeis yarns a day. could not. find a v omid upon hmi-t inakin'.' a desperate effort, out, seeming thu whole time p'jrfeetlymnocent and unsophir-ticatf 'ranger, v, ny don't you jjet up the, cily, but nut one o! The guardsman being wounded e.vci1- efl the ire of his companions; and one of them demand' d the right of a shot at the "What's, that to ou "I have a particular reason inr asking." and his old Whig cnMomer. 'Pliiinhlf-liizvcrs V i nold John I ininberger, were pros- cuted at ilu- last Court in Reading, as muttered them at a price, hut Snch are the Mease, a boatman, iged hi-- head beneath the i of a frrt'-tradt1 man, under that he had been Dwindled out of meetings and machinations. He made out in 3 up his mind, he says, to vvhat has now ham. The highest was given for a dog i become his settled faith, vu "That the', wo years was purchased by Blowing few industrious and poor man best served his'; the Marquis ol" for ,lb4 ster-1 "Look here now, I reckon that yon other his and i of his these thimble-riggers. The Jury I C. .V. Gazitif. I'l'iud a verdict o! guilty. Sentenced to yoii ".-'ill' 7'fir H'ttij to a a ing in Albany, a distinguished iny fn 1 answer me, if I the to v. Inch ;1 refused to reply, to l-'orre.-t, rolling the related an incident which occurred on o a .-.-_ country by doing his duty to his family, ling (upwards of Other dogs are determined that I shall fight th- clothes off slowly, and stnkmg his a cannl boat to UP- dec- at home. Tht for various 10 uineas whole of you one at a which uon the floor, "I have no shirt and did tion. There were a number of persons pay a fine of and costs, and un- dergo an imprisonment in the Eastern Penitentiary, in solitary confinement, for the space of two years. This is putting it on the gamblmp gentry pretty thick. SlvinS children and if. to X'oo. I don't like pretty well hut I'll tell yon not care to expose my poverty." 'here were a number 'if persons boat, and he resolved to te ani l In Maine what I will do, there are juvt sixteen of us you shall get me a a he have not any by setting a good exam- pie himself. That he best governs by Yellow Butler m obeying the laws, and by ruling in love winter i? made by putting in the yoke j four-pounder, and mercy his own little kingdom at' of eggs near the termination of c' home. That his best reform is that i This also makes very fine an which corrects irregularities on his own butter. It has hitherto '-bee hearth. That his best meetings are j great secret by many, but its great vaiue ue tneir inencls. 1 win ioaa my those with his own family, by his own renuires with seven grape shot, and you shall heated stove. f! 1 Mil. l' .said the other, leaping with have the sens.-of the passengers on the Uu-v liberally distribute business cards greyhonnd-likf- bound into the middle J'n-.Mdaitial election, which he obtained and circulars among Without it the MOW de- J palpable; hit, and produced roars of fireside. That his best" resolutions are have each one ball in your pistoK this prive.-, the airof too much of the clectrici- laughter. those which he carries into effect for his At Wiscasset. Eleaxer Master lias been will make it just shot for shot, arid wf: ty contained in the, surrounding own amendment, and of his j married to Miss Ellen Trade. If the old will fire at the word at fifteen paces-." phere which is essot.t.-i! to health, and That his best speeches are those which proverb holds good that he who is master', The cool businoss-like calculation the consequence of breathingair wanting promote "Peace- on earth and good will of a trade is the owner of an estate, El- rather too much for the sons of the Creen this quantity is the nleiil approach of mankind." That his best pc-i has married a fortune. the census taken in 1S-I3, children, of Ohio, are about to sail for Damascus, to remain one or two years, and then locate themselves in Jerusalem. There is a law in Mexico, enacting, Taiand they ed our he a chroni'- cunplam's. the Colony of Liberia contained at thai i that no one shall be allowed to exercise time a population of '2350, Of these OMweie childre the violu of suffrage after the year 1850, unless he i an read and write.   

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