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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 1, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                j ttf Ihe a daughter of the lute Judge Harry dined with the fami the party could have been shot down biit and enlivened the whole pMty with his the fearless Perkins bore on his distinguish and decant ed prisoner amid angry elements and human Itilhe evening he plajed Uith with whom he wan a THE is PUBLISHED FHIDAY AT BY BAILHAQtlE 00 one squnte or oo Far each Bo A liberal deduction made o early corner or tmd Pltlli Iclplita i and at tits dlileront ojilccs In New Baltimdrooml olillmrlzcd to Intomtoil for insertion Irt hit iiaperj ail loticl as ourgoneral Agent In any tnilter con node 1 with our t V corner of naWmorenml is our mitliorlicd Agent Tor the TeleBrairiS ond will receive and toward ailvcitlicmentt Intentled Tor Insertion 11 well di oil end to iny other bUslticai concorolng this journal In tho above NOBLE mTho correspondent of tho MIasouri IiW letter Vritlen Of Apt gives ho particulars of theait tloii heoruthan for professional Surely adeatt IB not loss glnriouaand lion orabie than Ihftt of Ire gallant wanior on the field of baltlcj cause o which he gave up hia rnoat useful life is far noble than most of those for which hostile nrmies or indivldtiaU1 engngo In mortal Hi name should be held In everlasting ra the friend j to suffering excellent man aheart burniitj with devotion to wilh go cournge and aulf ilonlalj the in comparable uclcoined by so many who lodny accompany him to his last abode One if these per I may glvo your readers a aketch of the life of tliia whom Providence placed upon he that tho mi for lunate might at lean find In him an Indefatigable friend charily a and science a But I cannot now prnhounfco Ihe name of Le Breton the phase of hia oxlstencej which Is an exam pie of his entire Independent of a great Fonlimont of duty to which he made It a rule to sacrifice evo ry Le Breton wtu gifted with one o warmjgenoroiH which coiirta and which attaches itself strong ly to all who his wlio absorbed his and found In hln a friend rather thafn a As soon as he was to their live became their hPs sulTerlugi their euro his Wan there any thlnpf dnngerons hithci or fnlhc interval of had h thought of snmoiievv meanit Le roio in thu middle of th called for his got into tar and drove t the housoof sick who hail hot ho pod to HOB him ngalu for fonrliours Was his Calient to hN cares rapfdj hrih hii sotlcihule im pruddiioea of convuicncunce uiiiter theprr text nf say inn In li it pied into All Ihe and brong him through the riuht But to tho of 01 of and nf which h heart it unt ni I hca ono of his fciondir to follow the rob fa of the wilh what infinite a and delicacy them His Tho long Hfe of this good doctnr was b fc series of benevolent Twill only c by which hii crowned of tho mn noble careers which honor F same he suffered and convinced of luV approaching lhat ordered his son ti visit vnu and prepare llio plaoo for a new coffin hough racked by paiilii nut of and so to caic lated the lioura ho had In lie Ip visiting all his He went oclock In tlie reentered at eleven to change and did not return home i toibe neutral In and U printed pub liilicU by Daniel Cox k fptrnife expedition i tier Ihedilccllqn of FAnNiiAMa obiervetby tho latt numbcrotthe A large crowd wit the celebrated nov has hlti Intention ofjioon His ob g nf visit to bo Is noj to make a td e a country id a people i tohin CM citnbllBhnicnt to hii Benjamin by wliora will hereafter bo conducted pnatt It will doubtless continue to commend itself to the favor and patronage of Ihe Order whkh It cry i AV v who recently purchaietl an tnteroat tn the UAlontn has ilnot become Ihoiolo pranriotoror Ihe Lorlrg Picker emonM rated upon the fol of such an e5 B Ail on at so late nn hour the Declined tn nccompan rTholmpirt now waket i Theodore the then jleepln an ailjolniog Bath mount ig their tltey took I ho road to night vvai bitter and te pine forest moaned and moaned IB moat lonesome add melancholy Tho two Rt rangers re ached Hincons n abourelevon oclock at and ailed at the gatejf The moonnas now nd Hinsonrrlslng from her saw f ertlrnneO i A recent Airtorfpnl eptitM Connlocka History of Gold id that the nine of he preff melAls ued In the Unjtetl r itilipr purposes than amounts to The kgeM item is estimated at and fl dMvcr table valued at 27 gold atches are set dou n at and gold rings at of Livingston in iWs had fnm taluftblft hnt PH stolen a shott lime and Ters a reward of iovontyfive dollarn for the Ihleves and the rec ry of tho Wo hope tho ill be To take poor hories from good In the middle of the nd force hem to travel post through middy lanes and by Is no trifling of anil should be vUtled by condign l tha t be assisted In llio Bial publlcnllon of the by hit Tliom FltilliiVa oftbo PeorlaFrec i i r For ho Alton VIEWS THE MISTER It appears to bi fashionable for Ihe t medical gentlemen to the widow of the late B has been appointed City Weigher y Ihe aulhoritiei of to fill the icancy occasionedby of her ate who accidentally in le late lion uho re pnlcil the Cohnnbin Ohio ditlncl In aM departed this life at ngton on Ihe I9lh after long and painful exhibit theimelves In the on th subject of I feel a kind of ilchln to see rny name in print too tli medical journals eorn to be tho moaUluing place lo diftcuxf the vexed question of th origin of it be occasions by carbonic acid o the no called theory of some loarne that of will com to the point at and inform the publit hat I have tued every means In my reac to learn all I could respecting the licence and practicing in Ih great I have been induced to thin much about In managing other disease and have long since arrivedat the followfti via in case we are vial ed bj tho hat I should bo mtic pleaded to have a good of the prni ice ntid I hope that the above wi cnnvinceilhe public thatI ama right sma nrt of a nnil would be knoc the Cholera crazy in a llllla less than i time nnd that they at once make t their that in caio they are allacke wilh which would probably be forminf theij will sendf 10 at if the should serre uow any Cholera practice in my liallbpinorc than and if it should I uonM know as 1 one of the finest steam ioats on the wan run into b the chr Noah on the light the 17th mid sustained co much damage that Mio cnnlt tu the njoino bC OD into for hlA I ndians thronged Ihe tralL and In a moment black cap waa dm H n over Ihe 0 8hurt paused tiM ai me body dropped raised his bat fiom liit nml wlttri mont polite bow and bland Good In their joiuncy through they wooiU Hear swampt r In that tnlerrating Of nights of upon uhich their belled and a sought the ho who bled homes fed during ho A Her a bccnmeexceedlngly attached lo hasllty prepared tt wan their ens ring their midnight often and am again to remount and march on In gloa would Ihe pood hci Gallics grieve over the m great During the lime they were fotor tho Burr was a splendid Burr never once alludrd to aiding firmly In Ihe aaddlet and always nr his future the lie tvat also a hardy From his early youth It had been his custom All bough wet for hours n Hh cold and 10 conceal thlnp It relation to and clammy tiding forty mlei a and art of m uhlch sometimes broken liaforlunes of thin by a remark about Ibe the creeks he Always endeavored to throw an air of mystery over his Afier Burr had been pafcly ed to Fort tha Indefatigable Per kins departed for and cawed Jheatrot ofr BnriVtrarcllIng a owned by an n Wat a Mftj Justice Man hi otTeclR of the John Caller placed him cMrted ovcrMhe liver In at ulgbt Mretohed upon the bare ground up on thin yet In the whole dtitance to Richmond Ihe impenetrable Aarnn Burr never heard to complain that he was or even At the ANOTHER LETTER SAKHYHENTO To Moseil tli flssnon as you read Hits bit of a coi out at fornenst me where I composing over thin letther theres a forluni to be gt for the mere The sands lojlf f for Ift ritV all Ocht if you could see how beaiitffnl It ahhies in the A be where a large fire ra still Perkins and shortly In sight of1 the The ccollebtliig that he had seen him On ngaged In taking test Wilklnncnton nony for Burrs trial Rt Thej the they entered the firsl ferry boat IMingnlkhed prisoner hat been confined hud seen on I ho whole A few the Toil for thieo weeks befote Lieutenant rntles further on they was Burr or Hiitson recognlzl he voice of he uho was he it Iho declined to gt into the nit sent whorrjhe requested lo eturn lo him at a certain plice in the after he had ascertained nWlherthe person nfzjig r rela rose and opened the saying how lad she was to see tvto Btrangem tad stopped at the homeland her husband elpg she felt The sheriff repaired to the aid found be mys etrinin traveler silling by with his bead down and a handkerchief partly con cenling his His companion had gone te attend to the A supper was prepared In the which was a double Ine and the strangers fed In th deplb goes dnwn Gaines completed his arrangements to con vey him to Washington Ihe diflicuf first civilized a of entertain kept by one While breakfast Iteiuere There were no no and white tho guard were no and few men coultl bo tented armmd a large the tike all iat don n to The elder gfntlcmun thank ed he lady In he most courteous terms for her and apologized for Iho trouble they had imposed on Ills conversation nan most and soon discovered that Iho ami his at tiro did not lliiiattention wni often directed to who stood bo fore the and at uhornhe cast Iho keenest evidently endeavoring to read his A momentary srpara tlon taking place between the strangers af ter Hinson asked jhe jonneer Do T not the linnpr of enlertnin ing In my Ihe Bun Corifused and he gave her no fsfaidory but left llje This question uns sugqealed by uho d previously tusjnctons round In tho sparsely settled who would undertake ojniirnoy Icing and per ilous over savage Finally Burr left the Fort under and proceeded In a govern ment boat up Ihe Atabnroa and Into Tensas with and slopprd at of John Here some ladies seeing Ihe low estate to which Ibis great man was and one of named her son Aaron He Is still and ho Is not the only boy named Aaron Burr In Ihe Mississippi Tbo ladies eve ry where espoused his cause in the South western new It U a prominent and rioblo traitIn female character to admlro a man ofdarlngand gcnernnt ant EDI ton tills a your B1 to pity and defend him In his At he boat yard In the present county ol Batdwfnj State the William nun1 John natives of Now who had ears before established one of Ihe first cntlnn gins In and also a tra ding gave thecoith mand of the guard Intended to convey Hun to Washing tun to Nicholas Per n late from His men were Thimiai formerly n clcik in the land office at Carolina and ben clerk of Washington county to Alabi Henry D Carotin Early In tho the mysterious per son seeking a privnlo tjospd bin lo Hlnotit regretted the absence of her he had ot ho mahiBblo in i havo seen and would prosecute hU but had excellent bcorlng the uhIch are muchailmircdb Intended p the Rip Van Wtnklecame ip porn and repciicd about 15f who remained on or about Ihe II fated but mnuj had found a watery hat excellent family nenspiper thu Philadelphia Salurdny t which wo neve indebted for a copy of the beautiful tl I would not five Inserted in the Telegraph of of A1 corrects the ver itron wo llien gaVP of affecting circum alnticfls under which It was as fol lows Tho In early in B family tti mie of ho InlandIqwrtf being always re by med an ntlachment ricniU me lhat in stand iinmalcit aiming a week Htnuon waiwllh diHiciiliy ho ascended the slain leading to hl apart Le Breton had lived TAfl Edinbutgh for the of tho American pooreirl III Buddeslrej Ihaal U ansvvcrs to No say of cbulalns varlily or anj Inlcrcsllna rnpllcil Iho Crlcm who was Wtowlwi vtaThe Vanity watching b IhebeiMilaof Iho Oluiy or Pliyslral who lo bo near lentil Kve of tho toned no U Aflcr Inquiring the routeTTf rot writing materials onil imlileil jev u llio gloiioiu n to rial His coinnnulon ua dispatch me to hnow tho of innluno eil on Iho bach ronlefnr iprne Ilo nrctoniIons to not tin but will llciiilit a row lines on j t IIUIMH nine o CHICK in ino morningi nnd he travelers set off for he cut off not far Let us now relurnflo whom we left last night in tlio highly ex and shivering In the Why did not Drightwell keep bin promise No one Is a mystery to Ihis Per kins remained at post until hit pallence wan andsupposing that Bright probably on accountof the of or the pity which hurl scteed him in hid had their now mounled his horse and rode rapidly lo the hnuse of Joseph at Naunahubba loavoid tho creeks In he main route to Fort Hq procured from hut gentleman n cflnoe and dropped down on the and arrived dard just after day The commandant wai Edmund a yoong Lleu Vo hail on for some time several of now a distinguished Major hii iwcticnl comiioalttonsi but being unilet ho Iruprcs Perkins briefly lhat ollicer he particulars liis last nlghti enltire and of his which hough of had nevertho Impressed him with solemn convictions f heir Plflcinp biniBetf at the head f a file Demounted the mmedialely rode affuiih On the lae of a south of abrnnch arid near a volf two mllea below jieutenatit auddenly encountered the per and two from Ky Added lo these soldiers They were men whom Perkins selected and whom he could rely upon under all clr file took these men ailo ani obtained from hem the most solemn pledge upon Iho route toWashington they would not com erne with or let him escape Peikins knew how fascinating Iltjrr on the inquired from vhence the they u ere from Ihe Big by he Immediately fell pon the fruitful Iheme of the Aaron He asked If he had been u le not a bad and was not overy tody afraid of him Peiktni and parly were verj much annoyed and made no Burr uan aiding in a corner by the With hii head he low and planting fiery eyet ipon Bevlnj RRII I am Aaron nhat ia tt on want with me struck with his Iho keenness of hii the Dolemntly and dignity of his man stood nghasl and trembled like a leaf He tittered not anoiher word guard remolnod al the When Perkinn reached Iho o South ho watched Burr more rlonely than Tn this Slate lived Burrs Joseph n man of uoalth and and after warda Governor of the upon reachinu Ihe frontier of em deavnred In convey the prisoner In nnd to Iho loathe should be The plan wan attended with dlf werelot the marc Kim pcded and the highuay agnln Juat before entering the lawn of Chester Court In South the piuly Two men placed beforp two on aide and two and Jn manner they passed near a tavern In the whore many were wlnlo miHicand dancing was heard in the the cenlie ov the The Tlnij has and Ivery vain Is full of Ihe r clrculailoii in el Pin like bleed onld boj horaes eept and soon tionrj JIBJ rale or only iron You heres a denavln kind of goold Hsan invenshun ov and r yea ptt it the firs it vanuher r in Iho thick ainoke utd an lufarnnl smcllr Heaven be about J Its a fine healthy rejiu Is the no the thakln urj and the fits come on first rale whin hereii any slfthlii to bo ono o the boya geU the shakes on heT Uls pnli he I ft her in fiilfl and hell nake a for tin afore the It off ov Were all rale dlmycrnts out While Im ov on the ov mj bod luck to Iho crown Iherea can nee one nf he captatoi ov the York waihin tho Sakrymento out a ncroen of breechea on savin your Even Us mtahltmrles dig like boclrottors all the and mighty Improvln discoursea to the on Ihe unrlchusness of mammon on on Iho Tnjins Is In this way ujd the sinfulness of and j chape lo their Hemrmber me to Diddy the an hor if sliell put the breecheson hcrshe oarvt inakehnpOK nf money for she known1 how to use a and Irs easier dlggiti tho goold than culling turf In But shed better not be commln in liiral for the site of a pellyooat might breed a ruction In the Intendln to address on agin shortly on Ihoolatouf plcayunlary afTairs 1 remain your alTechynite MAIIQNCV LINES ADDRESSKD TO DV A Is Tyro Tyro in liii pltinn Or Is ho ami very Ami flUll BO foiul ofrhynio Anil free from lilot or aloinj If him 1 what ilo To soothe my fevcril bialii nro truly gooilj Bespeaking talenti When ihjlilly viewed ami I sec mudi merit DOj writis more frequent stilii Oht why thii long ilclnyl if you my mimP twill 1111 thougliti when H U duo to Tvno to that ho is not tolilamo Tor tlio silence of which our fair c tlwt OIK columua could uo more acceptably iroprjatcil In other anil fearing to lurrelt our rcatiori of a good hove aldtlicntliy together with cr ilccci or otioul tlio same callbrot Some or them will pppcor when we than have nothing belter com thednoloYls htimelf very ill and God only knows If he wilOever Bui La hearing bed lite name of poor girl find giicisiiiig wha wai the rained him and cried with nn exhausted that ho would bo with hia patient in ten mi I1 Hi family vainly opposed thUt man vfloni of duty boTe hirnabiivo all other couslderatloni Le Hro Miss slrirUlaDds Inccns or I Stuart Kinan ton more in spite of Ihe tie and llio he jtoupht the bed sldb of Ihe young and rendercil her Ihe moil tender At halfpast three he reairended nno by and With great if ho of hia arrived nt Ihe second lie door was opened nnd La falling he arrni of a cnn fulfil Hal bad only time to exclaim am son The servant dragged hN mailer on a ami filled the room with his Tho wttntn family were instantly by his fide atu hia and also was sent fur hii t when he all over he life pf this truly heroic man had Is staled that a bed of manganese lias lately been dUcoverod upon he Innd of 3 near The ore U of he richest yielding nlnely per cent of pure Fiom eight to ten of It die now obtained Cincinnati Mnquirer Mates Iliat a diystclan of that having lent a rialo ho Gaztllo of a large numher ff Cholera palieiiU whotn lie had iticceasfully Irealedj but which he had failed tu Ihe Hoard of Ilealih as be ordinance TC IIAI beeit sued fur the penally allach d to eapb caio on account of rreiiytcry KcdcctionB the Political iiale of Monilciir quiiois Democracy In Tlili excelicnt work Is Imhieitl telyiipon Unitml as are lio Unco other Brlllili BUcUwootli iullnburgh Scott k 79 rate ofTtree Oojlais for two Dol arji for seven Dpllsrsj for tlio Eljlit Dol lars Tor llio wliolo onil BlaruwoodB Ten noliarsf anil Tor Three VCSjrfudll Union Magasineaf Lttrralareand for Iho present reached us on In oilvonce of the day of H contains G4 s of lino lellcrprcss prliilinii ond Is embellished A Twos whispered in Heavcni twas muttered In Ami echo caught softly the sound as it un Die eonllnca or Korlh Itwas pennllted to rest And Iho dopths ofthe Oican its prcscnco conrussoil Twas seen in the and heard in Twill bo uocn In the wbon riven Twos given 10 marii with Ills earliest Assists at his ond oltcnds him in death Inmldea oer his honor onil heolthi Is the prop of his and the end of his In the heaps of Ilio miser U Is lioonled with carci Uut Is Bine tu bo lost on the ptodlgol Without It thosuhller and sailor may roami out wo tothe wrclcli who expels Ueglns every cvniy wish it must bounih Anil thbtigh with monorchs is In the ivhisr igh llimssi Ilispers of conscience its voice will be found lor eer in whirlwind of passion bo diowncil It sortens the mil though iloaflo the cat Twill matoe U atulely ond Hut In shades let it like lireathe on U dies In on by four suicrl Inrce very neat illuitnttlonsi anil Iwotwnutlful Fashion ing of four Vigurcii fwcju of Tlieiitcroiy niattcri wtiicli is entirely original is from he girted ofHonie of iml la the United und ftjlly luslnlna the high reiwltlion Ihls woik has dcservetfly cwancied by fy Hani anil nubHihe4 by Joho Sattaln for ono inclmllng a trcmiuin ol Q Poitrnlt of Gcneitl or a jf the Washingloh Thieo Dollari anmiin or KivoDollars lorttvo oojies anil ono of Ihe iro lepet to ba qUIeri to thnt tho May mimter not yel hocn received at this Tlial vahiaiity putdiulhiDi 7ftc American Ratlroail continues to arilvo Iwie H owicarLK tha UvcntyicconJ year of Its existences for a long only publication In country devoted to Ibe Hallway intcicitj and tw without ueroniion to Iho acknowledged menu ofits very IP fumilll to on lhat lhan any other Mrtndlval IstucU in tho United This journal U at prewnl coudwctcd by Henry Itrta Fiom rlckclts forthcoming History of AHUEST OP DORR IN Tlio cuurlhoiiio of Washington county In the pi eienl Stativof Ihen known as a part of the was In a tiimll vlllnne callnl a lew miles west of Iho Tombigliy Inle nl In the month of Nicholas a and Thomas cleik ofthe were at a game of backgammon boslde their cabin 1ieiHilly Iho distant loond of horick feel alliacled their The and the wondered who were Iho at such a Inle hour of Ihe The little cabin Immedi alelyoH the and the two travel en rode near the uho Inquired if Ilm village cnnlalnrd a lavernj answered in Ihe DUO of them asked If Colonel lived in the Ilo was informed Ihat it was seven inilcn ilbtanl tr hli the road and a dlfllcult creek lay in Ihe Nothing Iherlder eageily sought liiformalion as lo tho and how to cross Ihe By Iho replenished ilh light threw a In the face of tho tra veler nearest the Ills counlenanco was highly IIU lie on he waa riding Incompany vilh his traveling companion and the when the following cauver ialinn look place I have the honor o addresiing Burr am a traveler nnd a stranger Ir Ihe and I do not recogniio your rlgii lo nik such a arrest you at Ihe instance o the United what you arroa a traveler and atranger Inthe highway on my own private am aiioflloor of he United I hold IH my hittid tha olftuialionof the Proniiient and the or of Iho MUsiiaippi directing your uro a young and may not be aware of the responsibility of arrest Ing a I am aware of my responsibility I know my Durr now entered Into a brief argu to show that these proclamations hould never have been and that In rollowiug their Lieutenant would bu subjecting himself to much ago and His manner was his nir and his Impiedslvc but be firm young ollicer tutd him Im rnln j and lie ftnied bis liiillntity with hia ho feared lie BRmo upon Ilia cliarncter for itnptessions upon the human mind and attaching men to ilm by well known lo the When Burr fled from Ihe Nal chrz seitleiuent he procured o and was Ktill ntllrcd in His were of coarce onpperas withn round about of iufeiior Hia a flapping widebrimmed had in time been but now gave evldenfco of having encountered much rough Placed upon fine hu most and flashed hN large dark eyes ihuugU ho were at the head of hia Yoik To nso a commnn cion of the old settlers ivho saw him In Ala his were looked like Each mat of tho expedition carried provisions for himself and some for They were allwell with o pistols in anil two borne by Ihe two Tlie patty net out from the boatyard in Ihe latter part of In a quarter f a mile of this place the dreadful mana re of Fort Minima occurred alx years ursuhig tho Indian path which led from lie BIgby aotllemeut1 to Fort Wilkiimoii on he distant the guard traveled he day about tlility At night tho only tent In company was pitched for the who ripoied hiinnelf upon his The lower part of Monroe y abounded wllh Immense plno Here the exVicePreildenl the firtt by rouninp which thieve a glare over tlie dismal while oars were Srclnglhp nf men so near Durr Atiditenl dismounted and ex claimed hi aloud vohe l am Aaron under military nnd claim the pro Ircllon of Uio civil anthorttlcsl PeiKlnn Iminedlalel dlamounlcd ultb feveralof the and ordered him to Buir said will Nui 1 Perkins threw down his being a man of prodigious and he prU oner a small seized him round the and pliictul him In his naddlo ai Iho ho wna a Thomas Malone vetoed the reins of Iho slipped them over his and led Burr rapidly The aston ished citizens of Houiehad noen a party enter with a prisoner and heard him appeal to them for and seen him forced on his horse and the patty vanished beforp they had lime to recover from heir when Bvur Rot down from tho guard generally cocked their pistols nnd Ihe people ran in the piazza lo pel out of Thts feat proves lhat Perkins wan well fitted for tho difficult task Galtiea had aiiigned r Burr win still to aomo extent popular in South and any wavering or Unii dily nn the part of Perkins wjuld tiavo him hia prisoner but the celerity of his gave ho time for the people to reflect before he far off in the oulaklrta H It has been our good readlnn Clnrfdge nn Mck dtnke avail of cold In walking In ho took a Fuss bad1 then he took a Sitz and then tnrnliiff bis cUrly tall up in the a Lnitlj ho lose nlirnst upright on hU Uttcvl and made such a triumphant of the that we really expected lhat ho ivas ffotnn over HIB UiSinttt yvuuo IUH uart were KBluled by the howl of hungry i the of Alabama a 10 poied this j having no ono to converne nnrronnded by n guard a prisoner of the United fur hone 11 uertiea ho had whoso government he had helped to lorm exiled from New wliojiu itQtules nntl initiliilionii bore the of Ills great mind deprived by only child death of hia iplendld fe ade mtut accompany him If lis where would bo treated with all the n rridentof tho iipectd United ue to the exVice Pro il long ni he made no attempt lo Without ftirth er Dnrr became a pri ieparated front Ihe two genileme riding wilh The parly reached Fm Htoddatt in cveuingi atut the pilioner wan shown jiparlment where he look hir dinner lion oil Ho dialanl coast of Carolina irofeislonal pursuits and hia frum hlmj he niBguificeiit scheme of the of Mexico uproot ed and the fragments dispersed slandered and hniiled down from ono end of the Union to the oilierall these Ihingt Were snftlcienl lo weigh duwn an ordiuary heinp and olnk him to an untimely was no commoti In Ihe morning be rose cheerfully and pursued his Although guarded with vigilance hli few wauls were gratified aa far as they oould nnd ho was treated with reaped and The trail being as ate all Indian Buir rude In the iart of the guard In trout ml all in alngln The route lay about eight miles south of be prcienl city of then an IM tli nil town called meaning Hed In Wade Hampton cut out tho along this which was well known to early settlers the only highway In Souih The auard paoied by Iho sflo of Ihe present Mount and slopped at the house of of tho the guard halted Burr was In n high state of excitement was In tears Tho kindhearted tone also wept al seeing tlie low condition lo which he great man had It was be first time any one had seen Aaron Burr Thu bold attempt Ip es Its and the treatment produced theae audden The guard were very much alarmed for fear Uurr would be rescued in South Caro Malone and Henry advised the pur chase of a former topk charge of tho guard and proceeded on Perkins returned to the villnge and putchon ei a Tho next day Burr was placed In ho vehicle and wan driven without fuilhe incident lo Here dis paichex President Jefferson require Perkins to convey Iho prisoner lo Rfchmnnt The guard took ho end soon renche that The vied with each oth er In contiibulliig Jhe comforts of Co Some icnt empe clolhus some rome one some annlher and his inen went to Waablngto were paid for their acrvicea and returned t Alabama by wny nf Burr arrived al Richmond on IhefiGih For he want of testlmuii 1 ITUS colnglo no He tjHfffW E t on THE bliiUlnfj tlo womnn came into the vestry of acburcTi to see be one morning after Shu held In her arms a sturdy specimen of manhood In who cr Ing you be ao kind fell me whether my cliildl Is n sornphlm or a cherubim the learned why ilo youjuke with the authoilzed pray er of your I aint I want o know whether my snn Augustus iiasBra phjm or a cherubim How can you tufcP know one or ihe sold bocaiuo you said this mntnlng tba cherubim and acraphim conttniially do id m son la at Curious English injl ii article on saa When he provisional pro nlsed tile laboring otassea that Ihey should ever again want eithervoik1 or them Actually believed The next the paper contained the bllnwlnfi correction v thorn Injourlajl ead the new nuthod of makin etters for and other pin haire invented by John PatkB of New Tlio ktlors are funnedof tt certain biinc preitedout with a white he composition it In a plasiirv lly exppsme to the atinofphere he letters aubsequetitly bceome extremely bar ft ml capable of reflating water or They ara then covered wilh aoMi 4 and when cannot be deteotetl from be copunon It is tlioughlthat block letter made by this be produced at ptioea much lower npwj nlrcd fur tlie uoodcnor having a pn and the behin For he wont of teitlmuoy he wan not placed on rial fortreaton until Ihe On the 1st September he jury relumed a vcrdlcl ofNot GENUINR lalo SheritT the PathRndci was remarkable for liii treat alleuiibn lo matters of Nothing could him forget hia natural and al tlmej tills quality exhibited when II had a mnit luilicioiis Towards cilmliiaU he waa especially polite on one occa when an unfordinale prlioner lo be tho lhat of heart which one of his prominent paid every attention to the jiparlment where he look hir Latu In the heard R groan In an adjoining fie opened the and appioauhed Ihe Hihle of Geoige who was TVring from manner wni kind to him he frit till offered hl iaid he hail raveled much and knew something of They enter ed into Hurr qneatloiu aoont the end about Ihe Choclaw anuuig whom Galnes Hvrd as United Slaten Tho next the fonncr a which tt paid i hia drei adful liluation with her in left HID barracks in and cnme to the Creek She had long been a denl of Iheie wild now tying In the of Her at a colored man named w at employed by Perkina lo pilot Iho paity a tho dangerous Cuba and C nit all of which they had to It was a perilous and fatiguing and far Iwodayi the tain descended In chilling torrents upon thete unvhelleied coUecUngln to and when He poor fellow was led upon the sen and the rope had been Summer in the most friendly manner Doci the knot suit nil I dont know but it said tho If I cniiM make it more comfortable o f should be extremely said bo all e Will you do me ho gteat when you are to drop your handker chief manlotako care of a trolling Liberal wages III be gU None but a Protestant need Thin from a dally paper contains the germ of a great The re form in regard to preparation of steaks In Proleitant nml Catholic it taken nn equestrian liail week it only now H Imagine a Protestant liollniR horse by a Caltinllo hostleil Hie thought la deed The advertisement me e la the necesiitlesof the We have had too much laxity In this r Pnbljo o1 pinion needs The day when saberlrotllng tiorscnf one ia lo be left under the care of on hostler an opposite has gone No longer shall Mnii Quaker horea be led to drihk by Episcopalian No longer shall Meth odist neg be unhallowed Prcs byletlan No longer fast ting the back be driven around he race course by Ho Ro piogresies the spirit of So swells Ihe volcn List uerH we had Protfslan and Calholio berfsitrakt Is blefor Ihe if Horie racing on would be a good heading fur a race couria Uurr being to the of lulng them every of rbavut got any sobbed be Oht excuse Will you oblico me by uatt of Tut tho Tbv bandkercbief was and Iho some of Iho Doit 1 havo over may 20 co l   

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