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Ir- H < ■ ' - RHEUJIATISAt.-tfO CURE JiO PAT. The undersigned bas now oa band an invaluable ointment for ctfring ths above complaint AH these sfficted will find immediate relief by applying it two or three times and ao mistake. I ersons wishing the same can be supplied by call at his .nop under the Swan Hotel. Price— ou cents per bottle. March 29. ALBERT 8TRODER. barberlngTano HAIR DRESSING. ffnllr undersigned having np nsd his Shop taaV under Mr. Buck's Jewelry 8tore, where be is prepared to do up the above bnsiness in all its various branches. Thankful for past favors, he flatters himself tbat by s*rict attention to business ha will be able to give satisfaction to all wbo may give him a call. G. W. 8TANTON THE UNITED STATES LIBERTY AL- +VANAC.— Is now prepnring snd will be out (Providence permiting) by the middie of July, The United States Liberty Almanac; suited l«« the Meridian of Columbus, Ohio. Compiled and published by W. B. Jarvis. Columbus, Ohio. All orders prompily attended to, if by letter pout p.rd, addressed to tbe above. Editors friendly please copy. NEW OHEAP STORED AS MONEY IS SCARCE, Speed yours to tha best adtantags, by purchasing GOODS at lbs New (/heap Store, ia The Mecthanics* Halt. THE subscriber bis just arrived from New York with a General Assortment of Gnods, which he will sell as cheap-,»ciHuif^hoHnht io this or any other city. A rami| nis assortment are, Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets, and Linssys. Beaver Cloths frnrn 89 cents to $-1 per yd. A peel variety of Vsstings. Also, Shushan, Muslin de Lanes. AJnecca Lustres, Oombaaiaes, Merino*, Ging- hams, and Calicos. Likewise an eatensivs assortment of Silks, together with every rsriety of Dry Goods. Please can and exumine the quality and prices. Cslusnhus, Feb. 20,18U4 JA«. BECK WITH. FLANNELS—A Superior Aswnment, for sale, JAMES DECK WITH Feb. 18, 18^1. TABLE CU TLERY-A F.ne Assortment, foe sals cheap,by --JAMES BECK WITH. November 18. 1840. n30 A general assortment of SILKScau be fotsaw at ihe store ./ F*b90 i. secKwrTit. M US LIN de bf Feb SO LAINE8 and SHUSANS for sal. 1* sxcawirn. A two uosac waoos of a superior quality, also a atooY for sate cheap by jAma it„W|Tu. Columbus, re*. 20 CX. also, a Bl'GGY. Forsaleby * Nov. 18, 1643. JAS. BECKWITII. Agent Wanted. THE Second Hapti.t Church, of this City wishae to employ a.uitabie p. r.0 1 to travel a* f en!_° •olicil don/lioni "> complete tbe building of said Church. Any person well recommended, will be employed. Address the editor of thi* ptper, post paid. lDU Apprentices tt anted. D. 6c L. Jenkins, wishlo get one or two boys fifteen or s.xteen year, of age to learn tho pain- tiog business.. Boys of good moral charade will be preferred. march 18th, 1844. paa obov-<d Kaaraaa., for sale cheap, whole saw. sale and retail, by at. w,« ^n- w"EATON, Druggist, M,rch 16» Corner of Hifh and Bro'dsti. THE subscriber can accommodate young men by the week, day, or month on rea*on*ble terms. Also, person** traveling through our City, *«#• ui'-. arai«a/| y\ » bmh- ussriiw^ »••• ww s^»» w«. ■ -w--# > snd wish to slop a short time, can be accnnimda* ted. DAVID JENKINS. Feb. 26. TRAVELING AGFNT. Mr. J. S. Thompson is hereby authorized as trnAeling ngent for the Palladium of Libert) to act in, or out of the 8lale, with the privilege of soliciting donations as well sa subscribers The frionds of our cause will receive him wherever God in his providence may cast his lot. He also has power to collect all monies due from subscribers. *9& * 9a &9 Wm®&£&m (*•■*•, etc UUKGIST. and Dealer in Patent Medicines. Paint.. Oils. DyeStulT-. Arc, wholesale and retail, Corner ef High and Broad streets, C«»lumi.u«, Ohio. Ciikomi; yELLUW—ItO ib$. Chrmue (Orai>g* and Lemon co'or*,^ of the brat quality, Yellow, . for sale at the corner sf Il>_h and /Iroarf streets. Kov.Si. J. B. WIIEATOV, SHOW BOTTLES, Tincture Bottler, Specis Jars, Sic. &c, of all tixes, for sale by the rtuxen or single, atthe Drn| Store corner of if igh and Broad uresis, by Oct. 14. J. B. «v IIEATON. f|"»Rl'SSRS —Thompson's March's Hull's t'ommim JL and Ivory Pa I Trusses—-a large assortment*—*] prices that cannot fad to suit puichaters—fu I inttiucuon* given for their appiiration. For sale ai the Drug Stoie on die comer of High and Bioad tureu. ________ J. B. WHEATON. WINDOW GLASS.—A full assortment of Win dow Glass, compriung all axes from C by 8, to i?4 by33 just received and Its sale at reduced prices, atthe coruerol High and Broad sleets. Oe*- '«• J. B. WHEATON. T COKING CUam-A gs*o«, t9fonmtnt To f5 &* uuu -wwrra. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS IlAl'E DE ^tsfi'KDJ'v^AVOnoFSCAHP^sol^iron Ut.AtJ\t,SS.— So frequent and eairaoirlinary have been the cures that have come uudt-r their observation that mo«t,.f then now keep I, a»d , re.rr.be 11 for their patient* as the only medicine ihai can cure. A phy*ican •a eatenuve practice ... Delaware rus lust smt lor a do*, n bottles, and says; lhat bis father who ha. been deaf lot a number of yen,, has been cured by uung this Ol: and lhat he, lhe Dr. shall for lie lu.ure iuse it in his practice a he has seen such wonderful beuefi arcrne from iis ap-s plication, tot sale at the corner of ||.e|, a„d Bruau *"•" .b-L J- B. WlIEAION T .^f?^E GLKSS of-uP"ioi quality for p.ctnre framn 1_ fined to .lirf,,„ wttunut esira charge, at the Drug atnie, corner of High aud Broad Mreeis. FebU__ __J* B. WHEATON. HORHKS AND CABRIAGE9 TO LET~ And Horses kept at Livery. milK undersigned wishes to inform (hociii CTisun!?? "'ePul,"c*?ene'-«Uy, ,hat he will :r.swonh:cb,;ehr0rms,:eter,mncd to ■* - «■•"«; M-trch 1, 1841 G. W. 8TANTON. T BOARDING. HK snhscr.bcr takea this method of inform. Og tho crtiaen. and public generall , tha^he .•prepared to accommoda.e a number of Cffd era by the day, or week on leayn. ,_ Stlt ^Eas Si« ™°br La,,iC5' w:a,,in« roo™«;"S3: aeive* can b« nccommodate.i- uoi^.n- r d,.t.nce coming |„ lhe c.tv wifdo ^11^™ S and ace. before going elsewhere. lo Ca" M-rch I. j* g. VV. STANTON HORSE KCKPino. ARROW ROOT.-50lbT~W ., (w.rr.n«ed„otmbe^rtT\r!'rm10da *»" -^J lliah sad BmiW .."?8U,cb).fo'_l,*»«ths corner oi HifH s-d Broad sueets.—TsX WHEAtSn.° We have named a rarge number of gentle* men for Local and Traveling Agents. VVe will give our reasons for ao doing. As thia paper is of a general nature, and for the benefit of the colored people, lhe Committco thought it expedient to select the number that will be found below, wilh tho privilege, at their own discretion, of acting eilher aa Local or Traveling Agents, and aa we havo proposed their names, we hope each one will act. LOCAL AGENTS. Cincinnati—W W Watson, A M Sumner W (I Yancy. Hamilton, Butler co.—11 Simpaon. Dayton, O T. Jefferson. Springfield—\S. Piks, R. Piles. Urbana—L Adams, A Kane. Chillicothe—It W Chancel ler, Jamea Leach, U Moodv, C II Lnngston, J Burnett. Circleville—W Scoti. Lincaster—S Smnh N Smilh, Rev. I. Martin. Z'incsvillc—U iVJesaer, 11 Ntttum, WGasnwav llillshoro—3 Tailor, N Tailor. Steubcnville—W Forris. Newark— W Jenkins, II Robinson, Cleveland—3 Malvin, J L Watson, R D Kenney. Dublin—S White, jr. Xenia—W Roberts. Logan County-K Artis, aen. K Arii;y. Mt. Vernon—O Martin. Trenton Jefftrson co—J Simpson. Mt. Pleasant—jghjah Sawyer. Warren—A IjflEore. Oallipolis— II Uell, J Gee, Jackson—N Nukes, T Woodson. Lebanon—T Bedford'. Massillon—3 S Tliompaan. Barnesville—A Harper. Oberlin—A Jones, W P Newman. Zioirrr Sandusky—A Winfield. Lockburae—E C Tyner. Morgan county—Uoyd E Guy. Putnum—3 Th»maa. Tirrchante Ia—E. R„y. Lafayette la.— S B Webltor Granville O. T Walker. Sew York I%-C B Itay, T S Wrir-hf Troy, N Y-ii f| Garnet!. * ' Vtica, NY-'V Woodson, J- Fontoio Geneva, N Y-3 W Duffin. ' Rochester JV K-J Sharp Batavia N Y—W J.,hnton. Brockport JV Y-A Peck. Lock-port, N Y—A Ouilov. Buffalo, iV r«VV VV Brown A II Pr. Boston, Mass -J T IJiltorT ' Fn°C"' Pittsburgh, Pa.-J B Vashoo. Madison la.—A Duncan. Indianopnlis Jlt^j Q $relton Detroit, Mich R Banks W n ks Pike,on~\V Evans ' ° M°nr0e' Richmond, Ross co C Oston Sharonvillc-U Lwcus, C Smith, W Miami co. T. Anderson, R. Smilh \an>certco. II, Taylor. Shtlby co. 3. R .herison. Logan co. D. D. Day Champaign co I). Lancaster. Crawford co. A, Allen. . TRAVELING AGExNTS Cincinnati, Rev. C. Su.chel, Rev AI M r». u Spnngjltld. llev.T. Roberts M'MC,ft'^ Z<inetville Rev. Geo. Coleman. .W,,,<, Hcv. E Cumberland, Rev S P Xenia. Rev. D. Win9|0w ' S ToJU Hitnilton. Rev. W. C Yancv Mgg Rev. J. *&_» : reCnVceW- ^H T? Law. Mt Pleasant Rev. W. Newm0D J<**»*co Rev. T. Woodson Mer eo. J. tt Yancy, & j^ Pol son. PAL.L.ADIUM OF LIBERTY. ^^^SSSBSSSSSSSSS^SSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS^ UWE HOLD THESE TRUTHS TO BE SELF EVIDENT, THAT ALL MEN ARE CREATED FREE AND EQUAL." VOL. I. COLUMBUS, O., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 181-1. NO. 12. THE PatUM-iM 0; LIM81TV* I). JENKINS, Editor. This paper will be published under the super rision of an Kxecuiivc committee of seven per- >ns. It shall be devoted 10 the interests of the dored people gcuerally,and not to any caclu^ive [ael of individuals. All communications intended for the papei [most be addressed 10 the Editor, post paid. Any person obtaining eight hew subscriber.. and forwarding the money for tho aarao shall b- '■ antitled to oik- copy gratis. 7Vi.i7u.Tlie paper will be published weekly. at?5 cunts per annum, tu be paid invariably in advance. Advertisements inserted conspicuously for one square or leas, three insertions 75 cent., and each additional inncrlion «J5 cents. A reasonable dis- oount will bo made on lengthy, or yearly advise went.. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Columbus—D. Jenkins Editor, L. D. Tailor, E. Fields, L. Jenkins, A. M. Tailor, G. W. Stanton, I) Kurner. THE JEWISH MAIDEN. Twilight had thrown bergsntle mantle over fair Jerusalem, shading the sky with those warm hues peculiar to the clime, spreading a satTruu tiuge over the surrounding mountains. Tbe tranquil waves of Jordan reflecied upon their glassy aurf.ee the pure bell, of the lily and the drooping bra>ches ot the willow which hung over them. Tho Imauns had proclaimed the hour of prayer, 'and every true Mussulman, from the ru.er, who lounged upon his splendid divan to the wanderer in the street, bowed the knee and buried their faces in the dust. The last beams of the setting sun had left their rosy hue in th** west, and gave promise of a brilliant evening. A lovely group of Jewish maidens, accorditig to the custom of their forefather., loft the gates uf the city to Mil their pitchers from the chrys tal wells, beguiling their momenta by the happy song of oft-told tale. It was u st -one 011 which the poet might gaze with rapture, until his dreaming spirit would unite the present wilh the past in ono bright vision nf loveliness, and ima ginethe magnificent dwellings of Jerusalem lhe homo of holiness, as they were when the Lord of Hosts was her strength. Yet, ever and anon would the flowing robes and turbaned brow of lhe Moslem break in like an evil shadow upon the brilliant scene, and prove the snd reality that she, who was once the dwelling place of the Moat High on earth, the site of his holy sanctuary, had fallen from his fsjlapr The land, hallowed by ihe Savioui'ssuf ferfngs, the resting place of his servants of old, fad beccme the habitation of ihe. votaries of Iho falso prophets, and the altars erected for the worship of the living God were profaned by the unhallowed rites of Llamism. Whero ore the cbosr.n people of the Most High! Ala*! ihry too have fallen. The last sad remnant dwell withiu the walla of Jerusalem, opprexged hy the spoile or, wander through tbo world, unloving and un luved, a lonely and despised people. Deep and fearful is that retribution which has fallen in thia world upon th".e who disown the Holy Saviour, aod brand Him (who died thbt we might live} with the name of an impodter. yct who could trample 011 the cross, and profane the name of Jesusl Even .0, the form and beautiful countenance oft conceal a corrupted heart. There was one among thorn Jwho, fairer for than all her companion., joined not in their revelry, but lingered behind a. if in pensive thought. Tbe light-hearted girls around her gazed on uer with with anxiety, then whimpered tint a fearful chat ge had passed over tho lair Zillah. .She who waaoncutbe gaye.l of the gay, whose jnyou. I -a u. It r-<n^ loudc.t as they hurried to 1I1 ibuntain, ti id withdrawn from the society of her light companions, seeking the solitude of lonely groves and unfrequented glade. Hints were whispered thai solitude was less her aim than the society of a noble Spaniel* anight, whowa* there on a pilgrimage to the Holy Temple. Hie • evotione to the fair Zillah hud not been Lino iced, and once their curious eyes had seen him ippruach the grove which wis her favorite re* trr.it. Her retiring manner forbade them ti ask the cause of her grief—and eaoh one, alter filling her pitcher, retraced her/Way to the ?ity The pensive girl slowly approached the well, nn ' placing her pitcher ->n the tock, leaned a. if in a reverie, ugain.t the trees winch shadowed it Sue flung back her white veil, disclnning the golden ringlet, which floated around her neck »nd snowy rube. Her coutitenauce had lust that serenity of expression which it at first posseted, and the ever varying color told that all was not calm &t passionless within. A moment more, aud the sound nf advancing feet was heard—scarce another elapsed ere a knight in armor was before her. He lightly bounded from tho saddle, and threw back the sable plume which shaddowed hie youthful countenance, while his fjee and warlike glance was changed to an expression of melting icnderneev as he addressed her. Though the suns of scarce twenty summer* had shed their light over him, the foe hod often quailed beneath his eagle eye. His lofty bear ing joined with tho graces of youlh, might well remind one of Tasso'a Riuuldo; How fierce, how fair, he rear, his head on high, While fixed on him alone is every eye; His years outstrip all hope, and blended bring The fruits of Autumn with the fliwers of Spring. Saw ye the youth in thundering armor move, 'Twas Mars—but, lift his vieured helm, 'twas Lovrl Tho deep-roned music of the impassioned voice was breathing in accents of soft pcreuasion upon her ear. •List but a moment, lovely maiden. The drcud tucsin of war has hounded through out Isnd, and I musl away to wreat my country from the mean dominion of tho Moor. Can I resist the call of my country and dishonor the sacred badge of knighthood which she haa bestowed upon me! Cod forbid! aud yet how can I leave thee, lovely maiden, alone in a distant land? Oh, fly with me to my own bright.Spain. I will bear thee to some f iiry bower, where thou cin-i dwell in peace and safety, nol even the summer wind shall breathe too rudely upon thee. The thought of iIujo shall be my guiding «*Ur lJirou»<h out scenes of peril, nnd when tho storm is past, I will hasten to thy side to leavo theo no more through life. 1 havo won thee to my fiitb—I have led Ihec to tho bles.cd Stviour—-come 10 my country where his servants shall sustain thee. My own dear sister f hall be thy companion, and will cherish for thee an uffrction pure and deep as mine. My devoted mother will tell thee more than I have done of our bo!y religion, ond thy life ahull fl »w on gently like a fairy dream/ She spoke in 0 calm, decided lone, though her cheek turned pile, and her lips .slightly quivered:— •Nay, Alonzo, urge me not thus, for this day wo must part forrver. My father has given his command that I should never speak to you again, ond after ihis evening we thalt meet no more.*' •And con you conform to this cruel r< quisition? Shall the golden lii'k which binds our hearts be severed. Stay no longer" here but leave your father, and his deluded people, and fly with mr to a land of light and Christian purity,* -Tempt me no longer,'she exclaimed, and tho clear musical tones of her voice grew tremulous as she spoke. iMy father ia a lone being: My gentlo mother was enatcbed from him in her prime of life, and my brave brothers were borne one i>y one to the silent tomb while youlh and beauty shed their light around them. I alona am left a feeble lamb of tho flock, to cheer his desolate hearth—and shall 1 bring bin gray hairs wilh sorrow to the gravel No! let me live with iim, and guide him to the Saviour's fold. I will pruy that the God of my fathers may guide thee -»ftly through the perils of war, and His watch* inl eye be over thee wherever thru mayst be. Deep abiding love for thee Khali find its hume in my bosom, and cvery day and hour my heart shall dwell with theo, whether sleeping or in waking dreams, while hope shall whisper of lhat glorious reat when our unfettered spirits, freed from ev* ■ ry earthly stain, bhall forever be rc*united in eudlcfa felicity.' •Thou art right, pure-hearted angel,' said ho— 'I urge thee no more—yel keep this slight token, and it may sometimes remind Hue of one whose every affection was thine own.' Then throwing around her ucrk a delicate glittering chain to which was suspended his minuiure, and placing a crucifix in her h .ml he said—'Our beautiful Madonna protect thee from all danger and trib- nlation—aud may'.t thou, who art like hrr in loveliness and purity, ever livo like an example of faith and holiness. When thou^ breothctl thy orison* before this tokeu of thy Saviour's dying love, remember him who is far away amid ihe stormy fields of war. Farewell, a last fare* well.' Thus saying he bounded lightly into the sad* die, and giving the ricn tu his fiery charger, was soun lost m the distance.- She watched him till his waving plume disappeared like somo swift winged bird lo the blue expanse, then filling her pitcher, wended her way back to the city. The trial wars now past; she hal steadfastly and firmly maintained her resolution, but now when she reflected that he was gone forever, her spirit sunk within her. She hastened on, long* ing to find in the solilude of Ler home an opportunity to indulge her grief. Sho wandered through lhe least Irequeuled part, of the city, with duwncust eyes, as if fearing that every scrutinizing glance would rea 1 the tumult which wan raging in her bosom. Her paih ).iy through a street composed of buildings apparently mean, and soon she entered the door of one whose exterior was less invitii g than the rest. What a contrast did the splendor which there met her eyes present with the miserable exterior.' Every luxury which wealth could procure was there, and iho arrangement of every thing gavo evidence of the refined taste of tho possessors. It is thus that this persecuted pcoplo are forced to conceal their afiiuence, «s even any possession which might tcrnpt tho cupidity of their oppressors. She flung herself upon a splendid cuuch, and burying her face among iis crimson cushions, gavo veul to her rmoMuus in bitter '■*: .r-, until • ho voice of her father recalled her from the paroxysm of grief into which she had fallen. Sho rose, and throwing hack the bright ringlets from her' brow^Jiastened to a-pure fountain which spouted its chrystal watcra in the inner court, and in its showers laved away the last traces of tear drops from her countenance. Then as she met him her countenance bore such an expression of placid tranquility, that even hia searching glance could not detect the least trace of the raging tumult which wa. in her bosom. Hi. coun* teuance, which bore the dark frown of j-nger when she entered, now bore a milder expression as ho gax'ed upon ber placid feit'ircs, y< t he sternly addressed in these words: •Again thou had met the detested AIodzo ha % 1 '
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RHEUJIATISAt.-tfO CURE JiO PAT.
The undersigned bas now oa band an invaluable ointment for ctfring ths above complaint
AH these sfficted will find immediate relief by
applying it two or three times and ao mistake.
I ersons wishing the same can be supplied by
call at his .nop under the Swan Hotel. Price—
ou cents per bottle.
March 29. ALBERT 8TRODER.
barberlngTano HAIR DRESSING.
ffnllr undersigned having np nsd his Shop
taaV under Mr. Buck's Jewelry 8tore, where be
is prepared to do up the above bnsiness in all its
various branches. Thankful for past favors, he
flatters himself tbat by s*rict attention to business
ha will be able to give satisfaction to all wbo may
give him a call. G. W. 8TANTON
THE UNITED STATES LIBERTY AL-
+VANAC.— Is now prepnring snd will be out
(Providence permiting) by the middie of July,
The United States Liberty Almanac; suited l««
the Meridian of Columbus, Ohio. Compiled and
published by W. B. Jarvis. Columbus, Ohio. All
orders prompily attended to, if by letter pout
p.rd, addressed to tbe above. Editors friendly
NEW OHEAP STORED
AS MONEY IS SCARCE, Speed yours to tha best
adtantags, by purchasing GOODS at lbs New
(/heap Store, ia
The Mecthanics* Halt.
THE subscriber bis just arrived from New York with
a General Assortment of Gnods, which he will sell
as cheap-,»ciHuif^hoHnht io this or any other city. A rami|
nis assortment are, Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets,
and Linssys. Beaver Cloths frnrn 89 cents to $-1 per yd.
A peel variety of Vsstings. Also, Shushan, Muslin de
Lanes. AJnecca Lustres, Oombaaiaes, Merino*, Ging-
hams, and Calicos. Likewise an eatensivs assortment of
Silks, together with every rsriety of Dry Goods. Please
can and exumine the quality and prices.
Cslusnhus, Feb. 20,18U4 JA«. BECK WITH.
FLANNELS—A Superior Aswnment, for sale,
JAMES DECK WITH
Feb. 18, 18^1.
TABLE CU TLERY-A F.ne Assortment, foe sals
cheap,by --JAMES BECK WITH.
November 18. 1840. n30
A general assortment of SILKScau be fotsaw at ihe store
US LIN de
LAINE8 and SHUSANS for sal.
A two uosac waoos of a superior quality, also a
atooY for sate cheap by jAma it„W|Tu.
Columbus, re*. 20
CX. also, a Bl'GGY. Forsaleby *
Nov. 18, 1643. JAS. BECKWITII.
THE Second Hapti.t Church, of this City
wishae to employ a.uitabie p. r.0 1 to travel a*
f en!_° •olicil don/lioni "> complete tbe building
of said Church. Any person well recommended,
will be employed. Address the editor of thi*
ptper, post paid. lDU
Apprentices tt anted.
D. 6c L. Jenkins, wishlo get one or two boys
fifteen or s.xteen year, of age to learn tho pain-
tiog business.. Boys of good moral charade
will be preferred.
march 18th, 1844.