Western Christian Advocate in Cincinnati, Ohio
20 May 1836

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20 May 1836

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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - May 20, 1836, Cincinnati, OhioBe closed and let there be no License issued hence for the Western Christian advocate. Forth and forever. To feel it duo the people London circuit to say hearing the destruction the methodist Book concern at new York they were i Cidy when called to contribute something Tor the purpose rebuilding. We have raised one Hundred dollars which you have will receive from the hand brother j. Young. While we Are writing permit us to say this Comparator the Western Christian advocate. Timely Small circuit we have obtained Between a bother Morris a having just Learned that to Lirty a cd forty subscribers for your paper. With publication in pamphlet form has been recent a times this circuit we will add Book whole amount received by the agents at new York up to april 30th, to Ard making up the loss this institution was �18,090,49. Jav issued from the press in it. Sterling Kentucky purporting to be an expose a correspondence which took place bowmen . John Smith a prominent Leader in the ranks Campbe hism and myself during the Spring and summer 1833, i would beg leave to submit through the medium the Western Christian advocate a few Brief reflections to my friends and the Public generally in that Section country. It is no part my present design to review in whole in part the publication in question but merely to state for the information All concerned that As . That though we have no special excitement we have received trial about sixty. Somo have professed religion and we Are Labouring and hoping to see the work revive. P. Nation we. Westlake. London ct., May 4, 1830. For the Western Christian advocate. Rev. C. Holliday and j. F. Wright a dear Brethren i am enabled at this time to Forward it a a $110,314 to assist in repairing the loss sustained by the destruction the Book concern at new York. Expect you will receive More rom this in speaking Tiff possibility accomplishing the work he says Iff such however a the present Power the adversary in cities that no Ordinary Effort will dispossess him. Still it mu3t be done. The triumphs the Crof the salvation the world can never be perfected without it. I know there Are difficulties the cities do congregate vast assemblies Active depravity that they present multiplied enchantments to ruins that in every City wickedness Dis. Ays a Stern and lofty front. The 2d june i put thirty five bushels leached ashes. On the 11th, slowed out the Corn with the cultivator and Hoed throwing a Little fresh Earth around each Hill first thinning it out to four the Best Spears in each Hill. It came Forward now very fast. On the 23d, went through the second tires with the cultivator but owing to a press business did not Hoe it july 2d, used Tho cultivator the third time and Hoed the second throwing a Little fresh Earth in each Hill. This was All the labor bestowed in also know the before the coming spirit the tillage the Corn it now presented a mo3t Smith assumed the responsibility closing that j circuit soon for the same object. Please give correspondence under circumstances such a a credit As follows see list receipts character As to deprive me the privilege making any reply to his last two communications it must therefore be Manifest to All that the matter at Issue Between . Smith and myself is presented to the Public in a most unfair improper and highly exception Able form. I will Only add that from my Short acquaintance with the citizens Alt. Sterling and the surrounding com try 1 am fully persuaded that their Intelli a. D. Jefferson cl., by. Con., May 183d. Fox. God those Obs Tad \ shall melt away like Wax and vanish like sol lip a for Strong is his hand and High is his in urging the importance special Effort and prayer for the renovation cities we do not Overlook the interests Tho country but would thus guard every town and Village from an influence heavily impregnated with moral Poison and death. The merchants Tho Interior in the prosecution their business regularly visit the Metropolis. Many them the enticement friends and acquaintance attend the Heaters and other places vain amusement and sin they become familiar with their Glare and dissipation. Frey ret Urti and Tell what their eyes have seen and what their ears have heard and healthy and thriving appearance and almost shaded the ground. At this period my neighbors began to prophecy the result my Experiment and with no very Flautte rift terms. Without a single exception they told me i should hive bait Little com and that that Little would be poor As it grew too thick and Aras too much this array toph tic judgment from old and Young against me i almost began to doubt the Wisdom my sex pertinent and to repent having wandered from to hts footsteps my fathers. Some advised me to Cut out every other Row but As i had begun to Experiment i thought it proper to Cany it through. The Corn grew rapidly grew Strong and Majhi twined its healthy color. On Tho 3d october after air unusually Tor the Western Christian advocate. M Essis. Holliday and Wright a have Nii Sod a subscription Madisonville circuit Ohio conference for the purpose reviving the Book concern and herewith Send the names those who have a it thu3 create in Tho bosom the Young the a cold and unfavourable season with fast every i Dent the Rich and Tho worldly a thirst for so Mil month and one particularity the four the a i Lar pastimes and a Dis relish for sober realities. Gust which materially injured the com Cioth and Many fit haul pastors in the land weep Over the one Tho Rioth sept., which put a Stop to its growing i moralities occasioned by the influence growth i Cut up my Cora by the roots and Stoute d Rance an i liberality sentiment will induce u i t i a \ r a1 he residue will be handed in Wien received them to do to the Justice suspending a Fina. A i decision in this subject until i shall have been j 183\\ Hoard in the Case. My response by divine per a Mission Snail to the Public at As a Arlo a Day As May be consistent with the performance other and More important duties in and will contain a full reply to every thing worthy notice in the hitherto unanswered and Iki Tiv unseen letters contained in . Smiths a t pamphlet together with such important facts and a incidents As in in be necessary to a Correct under ran Ling this whole Aluir. Yours affectionately Edw. Stevenson. Cincinnati o., May 17, 1833. Of cities. Many churches lament the defection their members having become worldly in their spirit and vain in imaginations by re son see list receipts a their frequent Intercourse with cities. If such then is the if influence upon the country Well May the churches planted throughout the land feel deeply interested in the moral characters cities and god. Far Ilie wis�?~.? Christina at vocal. From the journal Public morals. Influence cities importance their conversion. Our cities Are becoming Moro and More corrupt. Notwithstanding the restraints imposed by the preaching the gospel Tho distribution tracts the presence numerous religious institutions wholesome Laws lying in the statute Book and plenty civil officers to execute them the sin Sodom is steadily increasing with the increasing population and if nothing is done to prevent our citie3 must soon become As corrupt those Europe. If the which our cities we exert upon the it off the Field and left it till the 10th novem Ber when i completed the husking and stored into my Granery three Hundred and Twenty two bushels ears Good Corn besides sixty soft pig Corn being at Tho rate about fifty bushels com Par acre. Besides the Corn i had double the usual Quantity stalks which for their conversion to in this season Scarcity i have found very 1 table. W j arc still without such direct and positive information As would remove All do Frt the subject. Moan time if averred that the inhabitants Nacogdoches have destroyed that place to prevent it from falling into who hands 6f Tho mexicans and indians who were reported to to within 50 Miles. This news was brought by express to Natchitoches where Gen. Gaines was at the time and it is said that hearing it be immediately took up his March Fri Tho Habine River to prevent the indian3 from joining the mexicans. The River had overflowed its Banks and inundated the country for several Miles thus rendering the removal the Tuxian families both difficult and dangerous. In confirmation this state mus the following letter is published in the latest new Orleans paper 7 a Natchitoches 17th a fit. A Odeah. Sir it is said that the indians arc three thous and Strong near Nacogdoches we have not heard from Gen. Gaines since his arrival at the Sabine perhaps we Sbal in Able to give you some new3 by the Steamer ouachita. A the Public Are greatly excited for fear the indians will destroy All our property and families the frontiers. Gen. Gaines talks pressing us to Liht. A yours truly &,c.�?� Duck its members not to recognize each other As protestant Catholic As whig As Democrat but As Temperance men and Temperance men Only. The Mobile Niport state to to authority various passengers Fruta Tampa Bay that to Friendly indians who had embarked at that place for a beyond the Mississippi were Black dirt and his tribe 400 in . Y. Spectator. Married monday evening 9th ins., by Tho Rev. 1. P. Vanlingen . Silas v. Jordan Clermont county amp to mrs. Susan Covalt this City. By the Rev. To it Rankin the 8th inst., . I Ore 0�ime3, to m is Angelina Collins All Boone county by. On the Styli inst., by the Rev. H. A it Perry . J. Potts to miss Mary Ann Campbell All Newport by. On the 10th �f�sft., by the Rev. W. Simmons Rov. Henry a Vandyke the Kentucky conference to mis Maria l., daughter Rev. Bishop Soule Lebanon Ohio. Died la Liis City last saturday mrs. Mary bar to Gracea to i u very efforts that Jet pc be inf morn air Long a tolerable Rich i Bottom land deep and Loose and slowed it Unen commenced i Der and the 12th May put the seed in the in this City by the i fences moral Reform the ground by hand in drills fourteen inches apart. Very efforts that w j should be glad to see our the seed did not come up Well there being fre min Ali a now in re in a inn to nil vip Uipi que m my n a it ministers now encourage. In the mean time a let a Jour civil fathers Well to the execution i jews which themselves have made for the a i ppr Ision s Abbath break a a ring and immorality. 4 a i influence a pfc morals gladly would we see Pur a civil lathers care . Editor a being Well convinced that your the country is so deleterious what must that ,.?f r11? 1 be to 5x�tin law3 against the object like that the venerable founder Merfy flounce to then let the widespread profligate Hentio Saess. Jism is a to do Good to the bodies As Well As to by other countries answer now something a a 1 41.3 la Ltd Subj a to Lee Flutro us the souls men a any Oiler apology for offering can a done soon it win be too late. Now Tho Quot ref a cupid the Sabbath is there you the following remarks for insertion a in your Public sont irent and tiie Tui morality Tho jew. Day Are boys must be perfectly superfluous. 1 a a 1 a 1 a 1 i facts to which 1 would wish to direct to a Quot a 71 1 a Are first the incr Edih those vices will be so strongly in Reruch Pap. I la country can to brought to Bear w Hli a Happy influence upon the vices the City but soon a ,. I. A attention our Roa Dors. Are. First the inc Roplh those vices will be so Strom la Myrer Ltd in the i at a w Tisy mrtha is Tell arc a Uff red to Block up the Isido walks playing at Marples and d stubbing tap worship religious no Law. Hie number Oor ances where diseases the a habits the people that our efforts to dislodge most afflicting to yell As fatal character Are Iolj Tiroui will to fruitless and lho4ai d will be in d cod in children and not unite Quentin in adults danger Universal corruption. Tsien let the a Rev. I r. Maine Wesleyan Jour by Worms in the alimentary canal. My Numeir i country ari3e and do something at once. A no it a Lislie it a letter from professor Johnston Cus and painful observations during the past years to show the importance such efforts which the foil ving is an extract a Zion s Otey itinerant 1 Bors As Well As my Reail Ingu sub oin a lbs a tracts from Patton a Sermon a a a a Suisi me the correctness the above Posi Llie Dull and import nce special Lions for Wesleyan University i tl0fn _. J the conversion published in the Sec-1 mid town conn., april 20. J the next fact to which 1 would advert is Ovid Volt inc Tho Natt Cna preacher j Yio hive been to hear from . A heir most Power Fis Ifor flab but 110 intelligence from. .--0-. Is most strongly i him ans Boon object so much solicitude to a a a iav.1 a Tkv Urivi , in Mal 1 Juilu Voi Lilc 01 me input Acuar x although Materia Medica presents a very Long experienced generals in list Verm Fuges their failure to accomplish the Ful forces again3t tho3e pos�th0a. Object so much solicitude to the practitioner a Uji a i a later Date than the Ide to the practitioner a knowing that if i Ose Are she i 1 Ltd february. Of this Date he was at Piza and so dear to me heart the Parent is so the courage the enemy is in i ated his a in Tuscany which Feso a Tance to the North vers ally acknowledged As. To have become one Ofin Hnz pm rms a a Tut a it a fill an Rome the Coss list it it Aly. Mrs. Fisk time a sickness and 11 the Doc a a3 Ukon edges that a certain a us effectual Verm Fuge is Stilt a Desideratum. Indeed the very length flow most ht3 influence would Vou Sec the pow Rome and tap . The list is its own reproach for if any one any satan in cities Cist your Eye Back upon five articles had proved effectual necessity the past which is the Parent invention would not have what were impelled Mankind in search new ones. What w is b. By Ion what it Jerus Plern in its hence the great number nostrums m Mirk Hiuer Days when Given up accursed by god a that the letter if Bov what were Sodom and gomorrah Only a Day two Sifi Coj and we i Tyre , and nine a hear from them Aga it r3t a we a plans marred and that Whit remains my fall an j Obma the me Probia Medicine. To establish the easy Conquest. Why then should Chow Post had Peon confine a Hornet truth this assertion i might Retar you to tli3 Kouvo to satan the quiet Dominion cd to Esi a had ust it a covered ,%h2ii t writings . John Mason Good London a would rather give up a thousand Inland posts s a also and Lhez Werc thus preve rom wiio3e Obstar is corroborated by every Cut than these Strong holds his Empire. But Oil. Druid uting. Tho�rj�4�imcy. At the i into a by a did writer the subject who honestly aka owl a could a by dislodged from those How Paral Zedi Trofo a Covar fed tilth was so far to Storcz would be Bis army How feeble his resistance a that they wore Alioti to Yre sumo their journey for should perhap3, remark referred to was received and we shall probably ill my Fhy first arrivals from Havre. As . F. Jito a the anniversaries in London not month they have probably by this time returned to Potiris. You Aro aware the object . A. Fi1 visiting Europe in part at least was to Kurchus s philosophical apparatus and books for the univ by before to left France for Italy he made Cousin Erable purchases both books and apparatus a part which was immediately shipped and arrived safely at new York sometime ago but was not received Here till a Day two tiie apparatus received consists chiefly a very Large a and Beautiful electrical machine with appendages which was made in Paris. The electrical machine would probably compare to and Tige Vith the largest and Best this Side the Atlantic. Quant vacancies from one to ten feet in length. In the course the season a Lio carrots were Hoed twice and wed three times by hand. On the 29th october i harvested the crop which turned out two Hundred and ten bushels carrots at the rate 1630 bushels per acre. The whole Cost tillage and harvesting was $14, including interest i land at $50 per acre the value a crop at two shillings per Bushel $52.50, from which deducting Cost leaves a balance $38.50 net gain from one eight an acre. I have no doubt that had the seed come up uniformly Over the Field i should have had 230 bushels which would have been 2000 bushels per acre. Adjoining the Carrot Field and the same kind land and prepared in the same Way i had one tenth an acre devoted to the culture the Ruta b Aga. The ground was made perfectly level and the 26th june the seed was sown in drills from eighteen to Twenty inches apart and came up Well the weather was very favourable. On thinned to twelve Etc nostrums us dangerous As ineffectual. But i have the satisfaction being Able to advert to one article which forms a Noble exception to what i have said. It is an article prepared by my Lane Morgantown Monon Galia county va., which has so completely realized expectation and so far exceeded every rival article As to Lay no very unjust claim in my opinion to the title i a specific an infallible remedy and besides its safety is such As to Render it pro what were they but sinks pollution and fountains ruin and could we draw aside the curtains d darkness what might to see in Modera cities the pollution and dark Waters that Are open to the Eye god the thousand lures to vice the frauds the oppressions the numberless wrongs which break Down the integrity the Young which Harden the Middle aged and cover Gray hairs with shame and wretchedness and ruin the dissipation the first hoeing they were inches apart. They wore Hoed but twice and the 12th november i harvested one Hundred and Twenty two bushels being at the rate 1220 bushels per acre. Value crop at eighteen Pence per Bushel $22.87 tillage and harvesting $3.20, leaving a balance $16.67 net gain from one tenth an acre. With regard to the carrots they were not thinned but left to grow As they came from the seed but the looseness the soil allowed them to spread and they grew to a very great size some measuring 174 inches in circumference by ,j0 inches in length weighing 71 the a est turned measured 25 inches in Cir cur Ferene in i weighed 11 pounds very few weighing less Bhan 5 g. I would respect fit solicit the attention your correspondent. Titomas Milford to the a months. Doubts appear to have existed for some Ltd Aysk Ler an aos Aad pious Mcmoor tiie a Oflida to the authenticity Gen. Gaines a letter to St Epi Copil Church after an illness Many the governor Louisiana which we published yesterday but the new Orleans Union the 21st evening which is the latest received intimates that it could no longer be question . The uncertainty appears to have Arisen from some delay in its transmission by which it happened that the papers a Tot it before the governor. What course will be pursued by that officer was not known it was believed however that for want funds he could not with tin general a requisition. There appears to be no doubt Gen. Gaines having marched to the Sabine irs Force is stated at 70 5 men. Tho indians the mexican Frontier Are said to have risen in great Force and the whole country was in a state great confusion and terror. The a a fans were estimated at 12,000, but this is pro Babi exaggerated More Likely 1200. Gov. Quitman Mississippi who Bitely marched into Texas at the head f a corps volunteers seems to have fallen Alread y interdict icel to. A letter dated at fort Jessup states that he is hemmed in Between the mexicans me Side and the indians the other he was rally if the dispersed inhabitants and endeavouring to form a Printer jo0,j. Day .25, Lash .50, j. B. Price i in Ray intr to a pne to much Mare .t>0. Gjuga Lerz a Mills a. Roan Cincinnati Book Agency. The agents acknowledge the receipt sundry amounts for the use the Book concern for the week ending april 17th, As follows the fallowing from Madisonville circuit Bro conf. By Rev. A. M. Lor rain Charles Langdon $10, Jacob Parker and family 10, Tyler Chamberlain 10, Benjamin much tire 5, John m Achmore 5, Evan James 1, Peter Conover i Thomas Otto 1, David Nadi .50, David Harbaugh .50, Sim Lei Speelmon ,50 n. Moss .25, a. M. Lurrain 5, Mary Lorrain 2, Eliza Lorrain 2, j. B. Facit 1, j. D. Mako l Armstrong a Chapel Nath. Armstrong 5, win. Flin 2, Lydia Fin 1, win. Guard .50, Samuel count Ruta Baga culture exhibiting the result the level system Whittie considers the least enlightened and the least pipe Active. Light respectfully yours Edward jew per in any Case where it can be at All required. A Over which custom has thrown an influence Well such have been its effects in thousands cases where it has been tried that Iff were not Able to Appeal to indubitable evidence and stubborn lets i should be sorry to risk my character for veracity in stating them. Many an instance has occurred. Where a single dose has expelled 100 Worms and often far More in one Well attested Case 414 and incredible As it May appear i can produce sufficient evidence a Case but a few Miles from my residence where can Large dose actually expelled 1,250 Tumbri codes from a youth 16, who was just recover nigh omnipotent the taunting and the High looks the still neck and the contemptuous sneer with which wealth and station conduct themselves towards the lowliness Christian meekness the Power that nerves itself against holiness wealth and imposing splendor eloquence and numbers Are in its perjury and cruel mocking Are among its weapons. Of the chains darkness and Gates death with which the Strong Man armed Here holds his prisoners How loudly then do these demand the commiseration and special Effort from an attack measles. Similar cases those who would proclaim Liberty to the captives might he multiplied to any extent but 1 consider and pee to the dead. My. O Whit is said to be sufficient. The article is patented and impositions arc again in urging special efforts for the conversion cities from the influence they exert guarded against by the fac simile the doctors a the country and the world he says name appended to the Label which surrounds look to any nation whether ancient each vial. He has a number a agents from whom the Medicine manufactured by himself May be procured wholesale and retail. Among the rest 1 can name Holmes amp Kidd no. 60, Wood Street Pittsburgh George Baily co., 254, Market Street Baltimore Robert Kaylor Eastern Virginia i cannot give the address Rev. Jacob do up Wilmington Clinton county p., amp a. In penning the foregoing remarks and requesting their insertion i have Felt As distinct a sense duty As Ever impelled me to a virtuous act and it is my conviction that if they Are copied by the editors the Christian advocate and journal and by All the editors every religious and political p Iper who have the cause humanity at heart they will very much Subserve its Best interests. A member the general conference. Cincinnati o., May 11, 1836. For the Western Christian advocate. Improved reaction wheel. Or. Editor a i have noticed with pleasure an your payer Many accounts important in a prove ments calculated to Benefit your numerous subscribers. If you will publish the following Vou May Render an important service to comm fity William Merrill Randolph Portage county o., has taken out letters Patent for a new and useful improvement in the construction a reaction water wheel which runs either a horizontal perpendicular Shaft and will run under water As Well As nut. Indeed he prefers it half More under water so him freshest and Back water do not interfere Only so As to Lessen the head. It is Well calculated to propel any kind �1 machinery and for a saw infill it will do double the business the common flutter wheel. A Good business at sawing can be done with three feet head and fall and a Good Supply water. 1 Here Are two carding machines driven by one these wheel with sufficient velocity with Only two feet head and fall and eighty Square inches Issue water. Samuel Redfield. Any nation Wentner ancient modern throw the map before you fix your Eye upon Tho spots that Bear Rule that command the attention the enterprising and Busy the thoughts statesmen. Yoti h Ive fixed upon it the cities the world. Where was the strength Italy if not in Rome once mistress the world where the strength Greece if not in Athens the Mother arts and refinement ? and where is the strength our Republic if not in our cities and Large towns there Talent in every Art and profession is fostered and exerts Peculiar influence. There wealth concentrates its millions upon millions to exert extensively a blasting brightening influence society. There the press daily sends out its thousands and tens thousands winged messengers to excite the passions to influence the to control the energies a As is this engine for corrupting Sanc who ii from Che Culi Yator. Corn Carrot and Ruta Baga crops. My. Buel a dear sir�?43eing unwilling to hide my Light under a Bushel however Humble it May be when thousands Are shining so Bright around me illuminating my. Path and rendering Iny labors More easy More productive and More pleasant i have taken the Liberty forwarding for your disposal an account Iny last seasons agricultural labors so far As they Are connected with the cultivation the Coin the Carrot and j which were at the distance seven Miles to a y. A a Domestic. From Are overwhelmed this morning with a mass rumours letters and paragraphs some in Quot Dent and some contradictory with which the ate Orleans papers come freighted and from my which we find u difficult to make up any thing Ike an orderly and co a Yec Ted statement. Neved 383 to must attempt it inasmuch As we have Litho rejoin for extracts. First then col. Fannin and Hie Utle band. The latest account is the following which we sch by from the new Orleans True american a a a when col. Fannin commenced his March front Goliad having previously received orders from Gen. Houston to join him with his Mene advanced into a Large Phairy at some distance from that place and was soon aware that the enemy had knowledge his movements by perceiving that a Large body them had nearly surrounded him. On being thus apprised his situation he dispatched three men to his Advance guard rear guard for the Protection the Fly men and children. There were various rumours in new Orleans respecting the United states troops under Gen. Gaines the most important which was that five Hundred them h id deserted and joined the texans under Houston. This is certainly not True but gentlemen arriving at new Orleans stated that they had met straggling parties marching toward the brasses Pio Babiy volunteers. It was also reported that col. Fannin had at length succeeded in Reading Gen. Houston with 150 men having nobly fought his Way through All . Y. Spectator. Since the above was in Type a Rumor has reached us that Santa Anna with his forces estimated at 1,100 men has been captured by Gen. Houston with 690 men. How far this May be entitled to credit we know not. If it to Corre Day appears Tobe dawning upon Texas. Earhart a Priscilla e Lirhart 1, Eliza Mel 1, 3a-> Price 1, Thomas Buso .50 Miry b to .60, j. Akins .50, s. Melvin .50, j. I in .50, the. Annj Catharine Simps in .50, Eliza Price .50, k Ith to a brighter the Ruta Baga crops. V Uii Ider the influence a Strong disposition to innovate upon Oldi theories and practices and to Mark out a a new and untrodden path where there appears room for improvement with no reverence por usages whose merits Are founded upon Mere Antiquity i have commenced the agricultural life prep tred to think and act for myself. With such a disposition and knowing As every Man reflection must know that there is a great degree ignorance agricultural Sci ence Jin our country you May Well imagine that i seem my things among our hard working quaint them with his position and advising them not to return. A engagement soon after commenced and continued Tor three hours when night put a Stop to the contest. Fannin Thea fell Back a Small Creek and entrenched himself. A the next morning the mexicans hoisted a White Flag upon which Fannin met him half Way when their commander expostulated with him saying that farther resistance his part would be useless adding that he had him entirely in his Power at the same time offering him the following terms capitulation a first that they were do serving Farmers that most to win Down their arms wid wait until an quire a thorough Aud Radical change that there death a member United states Gazette yesterday says a we learn that the Hon. Or. Manning South Carolina died suddenly list evening at the Marshall House . Y. Spec. A petition has been presented in the Pennsylvania Senate one Hundred and fifty three feet in length and signed by nearly five thousand ladies the City Philadelphia praying legislative interference to prevent the increase tavem3 and Gro shops in that City. Trial trial fraud ill for circulating abolition publications in the District Columbia closed at Washington tuesday after occupying Tho court ten Days. The jury after being out two hours returned a verdict a not Law to punish gambling has passed the leisiatut0 Illinois by which a Fine $13 is imposed Ivov person who May bring cause to to brought into i he state shall sell offer for Sale any packs playing cards Dice billiard balls any other device any Tny pm invented made for Tho purpose being used in games Hazard. Important stated yesterday that a trial a a going in the circuit court at Albany. The suit was brought by John Smith who with his fair Ivy vere Board the Steamboat advocate when she big up at co Cyman a Landing in May last. Three it . Smiths children died the injuries received and his wife Fis seriously scalded. Yesterday marrying the a re delivered a sealed verdict for the plaintiff damaged flight thousand dollars. A the div fun a Quay Elk theater in this City we opened ii monday evening last and has Bee i kept open Evora evening since it is said that a qum Bor All sorts men Tutor. Eur forbid Ting help John Randolph s will decision reversed. A judge Carr yesterday delivered the opinion the court appeals in reversal the decision the general court. The substance the opinion is this that the first january 1832, John Randolph Roanoke was unsound 1, j. Peck Paw .50, Liobe Roan .50, Andrew Orr .50, Eliza .25, George rabbet .60, Catharine rabbet .50, j. Cunningham 1, Catharine c Luning Harn .50, Michael Helms .50.�? Rogers a a Lenjamin mtr Edund a we. Rogera 1/ Juba Waters l John Mullins 1, Jane Wes Trout .50, David Stidwell .50, mafia Parker .50, Eliza Rogers .50, Augustus Belen 1. Csc Amostown a William c. Barron 1.12, Westcoat .23, William Fink inc 1, june Fin Kin no i we. Herron .25, soy eral .50. Woste oath a Brown 5, Ruth Brown 2, Phebe b Irr 2, John Westcoat 2, Juhu Mattson 3.44, Lydia Kelsey 1, Jesse Heron 1, we. B a 1, Margaret Westcoat 1, Ebnezer m. Ben 1, David Tull a .50, Priscilla Tull a .50, Daniel Edward .50, Charity Miller .23. Columbian Andrew fugue .50, John Summers .50, John. Totten .50, Mary Green .50, Cash .23, . Solomon Beech Riche Maddox 1, Martha Crary .50, Eliza Tut a Ler .50, Hannah Bacon .50, David Gray .25. _ Shaw ii Jol a Shaw 1, Eli Shaw .50, John b. Shiw.25, c. W. Slow 1, Mel Vina White .25, Sophia Dayle .50, Margaret Shaw <25, Marv Mitchel .23, Hannah Shaw .25, Susnoff Proi Tia <25, Eliza Gibbs .25, Phebe Shaw .25, Phebe Munson 1, Isaac Munson .25, Munson .25, Anne Munson <25, Selina Munt Soti .25.�? Shiloh m. Williams 10, John Anderson 1, David a Oplin 1, Charles Green 3, Chi Gowdy 19, collection 2.88, . W. Goshorn 1. Carthage a. L. Cook and family 10, s. U. Carter 1, m. Heron 1, r. Wild .25, Jonathan wild .25, David Conklin 5, a it Bert Ewen .50f John Thomas 1, Godfrey Peters .25 Hill Clas a Edward Wood i Elijah Wood 5, Ruth Tharp 1, Wesley Reeves 1, Lewis Beal .50, Jesse Beal .50 John Wood .50, Joseph Cooper 5.�?total $181 37. From Jefferson circuit by. Con. Let a Liev. A. D. Fox a collection at lower Pond meetinghouse 6.75, do. Stone meeting House upper Ponds 15.314, John d. Lock sen. 1, j. D. Lock . 5, j. R. Williams 5, Fanny Williams 3, d. Washburn 10, Washburn 5, n. Wash uru 2, is. Washburn 1, j. B Ite 10, v. Bate 5, M. Bate 15, i. S Kite 5, w. H. Brown 1, t. Hubard 1.50, Frederick re in 1, John d. Bate 5, so Ormsby 2, Ann Cannon i 3 Chine Worth 1, a Butler 1.50, Richmond Sci Ian 4, a Friend a a a d. Gillilan 1, d. Rudy 5.�?total $110 314, from j. T. Johnson and C. Holliday Connersville la., As follows a William b. Brown 5, Robert Miller 5, Richard Miller 5, John Miller James Miller 5, Thomas j. Sample 5, John Sam pie .50, Samuel Miller 2, Joseph lower 5, John Gregg 5, Jolt Hardy 5, Jonathan Eyestone 5r John Willey 2.50, Seth 1.95, James h. To 2,. Morrow2, Hugh Wilson 1, a mini Ber 1, do Worth Berry .50, e. Sims 1, William Williams Jyo it a a. Wilson .50, j. Turner j25 a Friend .25.�?to id $65 95. From a Fri cml it re it a re prisoners could be made secondly Uwi Rev is a vast amount labor hard Back aching should make an oath not again to take up arms opinions powerful tidying the people who does not know that its munitions and magazines strength Are principally placed in cities and that the character which the press there sustains is diffused throughout the land in cities Commerce is concentrated. The products the soil flow from every county town and Village to the cities and thence they Are distributed to the world. The riches the luxuries Tho products other climes and nations Are brought to cities and thence distributed through the land. Ilow Manifest theft that cities must exert a mighty influence the country and the world. Who that reflects their extended Intercourse does not know that they regulate the prices commodities that their fashions arc imitated that their maxims Are common Law and that their moral habits and opinions Good b id have an influence the whole Community their influence is great whether we consider them in a moral Jiosi tical Point View. The capture a City has decided the destiny a nation. When Babylon was taken a nighty Empire was Given lotto invader. When Jerusalem was vanquished All Judea was subdued. When ill fated France was tossed with revolutions and counter revolutions the Possession her Metropolis give to either party the supreme command. Labor which from improper application produces not its suitable Reward and that there Are Many acres Fine productive soil which by i prop against the mexicans and that a passage would be provided for them in Tea Days for new leans. The Hatter proposal Fannin and his men management Are not made to yield a return a accepted. They were accordingly detained eight simple interest upon their Cost., 1 will acquaint you with my Experiment upon the cultivation a Field com three and one third acres. The land was Tho kind Here denominated the Oak Timber land a Strong Loam soil with a a july Bof Tom. It had been three years Down after wheat without seeding and had been pretty close. In May i carted about thirty loads Rotten manure upon two acres the poorest the land and the rest was without manure. I then slowed it very carefully Bijma particular to turn the Sward All under. I then dragged it twice with the Harrow across the furrows and then with a hand Marker having Seveiri trails i marked out for the rows three feet six inches one Way by one foot nine inches the a Thor. The ground by this time had owing to the drouth become very dry. It was now the 19th May i intended to have planted by the 12th, by which i should have avoided the bad effects the Dro amp the. I soaked my com and rolled it in plaster it was the a twelve rowed kind i put from five to eight kernels in a Hill and covered it with moist Earth. The com came up unevenly some not till three four we Fps. After planting. On a if Davson the time agreed when hey were marched out in file guarded both sides by mexicans a As they supposed to some port preparatory to embarkation Tor this City. They had not however proceeded above five Miles when the troops from one Side cautiously fell Back until they in d them directly in front when they with those remaining it the other Side commenced in unexpected fire upon the prisoners. Four fanning a Force which consisted 3s8 men exclusive the advanced guard attempted to escape but Only one the number effected it from whom we received this intelligence. He succeeded in evading their search by concealing himself in a Thicket from whence he could perceive the enemy All around like blood hounds to Point co Ripon their prey. Ii s safety in such a critical position Mav Well be attributed to a special interposition this May May not be True. Our readers will Perce pc however that it differs materially from All the previous recounts. Another states that it was it Goliad the execution took place. Another that it was at a Anta annals Camp and that the number shot was Only thirty All is rest having been killed in. The Battle. On Tho whole mind and there Tore the his inst will and testament however desired it to be distinctly understood hat they expressed no opinion upon any other Point. The court was unanimous. The will 1821 is before Tho general court apr probate an i it is presumed a contest will be made that also. It will be remembered thai this will provides for the emancipation All the slaves belonging to Ivor. Randolph estate. La is probable that the Case will be taken up at the ensuing term in comp., May 4. stupidity this science has been practically demonstrated in an examination the lumps thumps and bumps the Heads Lacenaire and Fieschi. Whose coldblooded cruelty and want feeling in Tider the most frightful circumstances has astonished and disgusted All France. The Minster in human form is a Phreno logistically endowed with All the qualities a Good kind mild sensible and religious Man holding injustice and robbery in horror. Irish Temperante meeting to irishmen was lately held in Lens Tony Lor the purpose firming a society it Winch among other resolutions the octto wig was passed resolved that it is expedient to form a sonic to which shall be known by the name the Irish Temperance society Boston and that i a will be a leading trait in the Clia Ractor and Cou Purkiser .25, w. Whorton .50, D. Purkiser .50, j. Parish 5, Hannah Ellis .50, Berry Thompson 5, All from White Oak ct., Con., by Rev. J. Collins Corydon ct., la. Coa., by Rev. J. W. Sullivan 70 j. Brand 1, r. Brand .50, e. Brand .50, to Morris .50, d. Isgrigg 1, All by Rev. E. Woolis 3 paper purporting to he Croft Cao. Haywood 5 Decatur ala., by Rev. J. 3iit i void. The court jul Fahrr 39.50 j. Oliver 5 Rev. James my Elroy by Rev. J. R. Avs in 5 Rev. J. B. Austin 1. Letters received a hiring the week ending nay 17. J. Lain us h. D. Neilon a. Kelly j.-n-. Hamill b. Waugh and t. Mason e. Bearl a a Hill s. A. Raker t. A Jeor a s. Carlin. J. C. A Ridge j. M. Hadden. H. Seeley. Get. Abbott. W v. Red Man ii. Turner a Brump Haywood s. S. Swan in 1 a Thompson c and War him Only $10 enclosed and directions Gen to credit 12it. A can my r. Plummer 1. J. Morris j. A. Reeder j. Light a. Oung j. Bucher a it Mitchell w. D. Barrett your paper goes with the rest. We have no Kii i pledge receiving the name j. R. At any time heretofore v j. Is. A a Orkins a Mcdaniel ail received. Pool t. Thompson j. Larsha w. Moody a. B. Bowman s. F. Fenton a it coi Hran n. Cone r. I Woodworth t. J. Morris w. Gunckel j. Gagin j. B. Austin j. 8. Rush j. Books forwarded during the week ending May 1?4 s. R. Beggs 2 boxes care t. Hartnoll Ilani put a Iii. A 3t.iar. Tatum 3t/ a. Take Rrt in a Tatem St. To. Hemy 2 let ones Potosi to care . Valley St. Genevieve Pep s. B. r. D. Feat 1 Box car d. Murray Cloverport ky., and v. Mcknig govt Louville �?�per Swift sure. 5

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