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   Sandusky Clarion, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1831, Sandusky, Ohio                               PUBLISHED AT SANDUSlvY, (SAXDUSKY AVID CAMPBELL. TOL. IS. -d. 5 OF THE Villn'r'? S2 50 rcitbin ttt-tii-j 4? 1- r; Ai V S. V S i and subs'criber having procured the Ja_ light oi' using, within the counties at Uururt, and lugliiy approved "I-OJP AND FLAX THE FRANKED LETT The following is published in Telegraph, hy uuthoiity of Mr son. private secretary to Gen. as the letter jo which refer et made by the tlarrKbing Jnteiiijr long trail! of diseKres whir.h eeem to iaigrn'.r v.itii tiiO srovvtii of civilize! societv CONSUMPTION "tah.es the lead in its luunnn Jii'e; yet tliia clremifui clis'irder 1TO. ijei-r. it was easy to perceive, could t _ must bo p.-iid holV-re I e except in hopeless must pay in ndvauce. Improper neglect in the tiisielv aj- in lne ing business, he at Portland, where of simple mid salutary reme-.ii'es, is j v- ill receive (deli1 .sure lobe reproved Ijy a succession of! machine tti! ay possibly have r, "s v. ALZtOL'X and Mr. COUlU'QCt ihe letter was intended and calculated! long in if ihe highest noi-s t rt ip. procure a Ic-gulauve caucus nomina-} of Consolidn.ion and the lowe.t grura- non, and hail the eifect. We once morel bling of Siaie Rights c.ojld be 11 he put in operation') i i i- Wlth tJicec'torof chime in unison if (he Ti-.riff and ;o the Secr'ciarv of Sir.te, f ts to arri :il! f'thcrs 1 iVinirTi :1 0 :i: be fi-r I'-yiho liiijC ,.-c.j -j Fi.r llio or.b j tver vet uiscov i thfv -re pn-jfMm.-es were well to be easily or letterju These imbues drawn towards .r.v l be brought to yet, ?ud i and again easily to he this iinni-iuiui cannot be proper- j .hc-ir authors to shi-me and confusion-, j with eveiv hv ihe 17 t I I f r t I >T r t 1 l 11 Cc in i-.- l r. I 7 7 "i ono; half. St is now iiniviTsaily admitted that be brought to ixSCLKE'S ASTHMATIC J-ILLS j Iv ilticu fur marker, on less rouc-d. .'I-... f S.A.VJJUSKY COMMON PLKAP. OCTOISTR A. isCO. Thcwaa !j. iLitcl.iuS, I v ji-JWerfyi. vet ii'.n-i'-s'ii! !iaa cj -via-i mis.) -in.i r.iin cures ijjjrvseu I JAMES BEL 1830. 37 i est attraction, and strain is 'ttniiitnort Chronicle. Air. Donelson !n Mr. Knpp-. j every thins ky ihc genilcst JAKUAP.V, 29. 1S3I'. j Mr. KING, and against Mr. KING; 5. A lite l-Rl tij I'.u llu- nl ii n y rK ihe course his ud rntiosi inJ van: isupr ppo'nte.! tne to psji'ti i'e is so muc1! T. htrfore tu'.xt t. to uiiicli this j t tru.- ropy 'j JA'S SCRA.N FOX, tfMI'1 eif liie W iu L-J int; ki.'i-j cmse upon the heels of earnest i Jacnsun's Administration has closed, a wide, deep, and impassable gulf wnh yrpa: revpf-ct, already Ifxders ui" his ie- Yo! r servant, gions of followers nnd ills J. DO NELSON. ovei thrse true of the orieinai ill tnv i in their re-peci for his i i-i >ir itsi-'r is r.u'.iior tfu-v rt Tnr list' I rl'tnui u Fc-bruni v i JAMES 3. KLTPS. A DIFFICULTY, private Sceretary of Gen. Jack- ro throw the i of serrttJy Hjr a re-ek-cuon. of the presitient, snvs ui.a: the c-i'iirents ibe i to Air. Krepp! of .'is ci.-j.ss i i itt-r tuft jicttcr f'h'jre A, il vff'i h.- rfinn-c'i iftcrs. m (ie- j from fiankiug ai.-v letters not written- i5y in bald i h.Pir.Selves, Of by thpi? Orders, UP.dei- il for every such of O i" .1 nitti'c .Mr. Doneison. nre. So iiirtT. if the pres'uk-nt did not or mainly i-i lion Mint there is n thmsgh a j find indefinite popularity, nttnciied to'his now no longer to're- press their contentions. They q-rarrrl in his own face, for his own seat, he yet fills ir; and means to fill it longer if he cnn. We have hoard ranch, berrtoforp, of the President's independence; of his lofty elevation above all influence near his person; and of his fixed resc.Juiiou 10 be inch President. We' now see the verification, and manifestn- uon of these we bHioid him exidenily busy in the first of origin of whicli lies irr motives and objects connected, first, wjtli if.it-r -or >cnt-e. tu 15. TO. A l.iS'P OF O. Aprii ISM. wnut.t ry, 10 wrise this lener he'measilv evaded !a tthich one i niio i-! or coru i> t N v CJ.r.is ui in high sMtniinn. The on- f ._. s prvate secrets- ''is re-election, and j-ccondlv, with of another to his when he shall hnvc done with if. We were assured, ion, hy his supporters, thai Li c. March 11. find w rcpestediy expressed oivn opinions and pur-- in horrDwcd from in A T ilsn. Lnpurla .1 e M O O v 1'IiliHps Asthur R tTwi Akis.-s v ji'ua Hit :lo An-'ro-.v- Mrs. Nttacy HatT.cy Mrnwn Mr. iiriloii Mr. Hubert C rrriner 2 orbiMt Cnpt. Auron C. KitXi 11 V fiuuingsY. AT. llcu.t L) Rice Z Tsnac 2 JoJm sison Wm. K Juiii! C. Siiiitii SUilis Jurnh Jswyrts Ciiristoplior T ii. Tiivtt Thomas Al.'on D. V Victor Jacob L. Wi.lriut VviHiatn ha .Miss EHzi Ann II. WILCOXON, Ass't P. M. viriiic of nn ;o rno 1G fro'n com 1 of roiinty. (Ohio.) i-'rre (illVrsd for (for rVa nt do-- r ui' the COMI s, ofCortlnge. POItTLAXD M? A t'Ttcscaa i n-.t V "Xo. i.i-kv, on '2 3d of! !-n-.in r.Kc'f.'.ir.l oi'i ollar TO subscriber proposes to -S'i'AN .-ituatert in term within liis port from Liverpool. v' j v. j..nrird in spnce of 70 hours, with i 670 ions of measurement goods, hv 56 men. The cargo is estimated to be rtorth dollars, the duti s nn which amount to upwards of to the nbfive, there have days three arrivals nionih they meant uh.at shey to mean. He lias declared, over nnd over tluit he ne'nher officp, nor siumner! it. If tlie public 2, oi at !iif J- e! Sir itorcif Sally r-d. SAMUEL'CHO'VKi.L. S3 i not 'css two nor more ihau vu'ivs. 'i'inj inr.iii btiililinir scut ti.rcc stories i'.io Ctilhir, and accur.iiiioji.Hcrl with tni- well ttik-uhtei! ibr re- ni" c-otnpany ami tr.ivuHcrs. TSie Ui- l .r 1 -H i i I Lover A LIST OF LF.TTERS John 2 6. url i-arrow j. i Lnieye j Josin'i Plunnsicr 1 CuKvell i Suiten l at Ffhh :ire so uhile.il tiiai i and i'.ilv inriy be ;it or.a I t-i'iio. Tiiero is nri ulci: nil P-iriic.o -it the iliinl j s'ory, of a number of !lie snine in Erin, nn.l also ;i part of ilie is ;i f..iiiiij iipriiig j ;iU'.r ;i foiv from the House, an- yi'nT i" ceiiur. 1 rent, would do j l'> s< tin1 un-.i I'e I-.-retiiiiih Sbffiiel II. Acinin1' -rod hcfurc the. OJ Dicing; xviiicii timetliu wiiolo I'roin- ill bu -il L. K. S'J'KOXG. M- O'rahiun David J Otis HE, Store under tlte 'occupied -by Messrt. dry s'ore. Posscs- liad, on or before the first nexf. Etjq-.ijre of F. D. Parish, Esn. Giiy, cA, 4831. 40 IK3ZFN ami V.-.M o. jii.til tl.e 1 ViCTUlt. A T HUM AS BAY IS -_ HES inlorm the inhnbi-ants 7 y of SanfJoskv and the ad- joining cottntiv, that he inis commenced (lift above bn.snie.s3 in nil its branches, w -.voru- :1! he done in Miperior {Jo 11 :tters hinisflffroii! ins knowledge of TO. j ihe (o he aMe to give general 2Mf A N I) TTORNEYS COUNSKLT.ORS ..__ at law Sandusky City, fluron county, Ohio, will jointly attend to any business in the liije of iheir profession. Juuc 22, 1830. to employ none but the first rate workmen. who may favor him with iheir custom shall have their work done according to the newest fashions, and at moderate prices Uniforms and all other garments made on the shortest notice. Garments cut to or- London-snd two from Liverpool, probably increase the nmount of do- ties at the custom house to near dollars. The nnir.ber of nt Cosfon from foreign ports sijjre the first of Jnnunrv exceeds the ntiir.her of arrivals do- it ypnr, by thir'y, [Thus the ilie tariff is ruining Boston.] TO Tilti OF UXI- TKD STATES. ucrent ninnifesting noi merely the future but t'le pres- ent certaintv, of a wide division amonc? ilie psu'ty which has iiitliesto supported General JACKSON'S Administration, nre roo in-iportan; not to nwnkpn a great of attention. They are entitled in a deep hy the npposers of the AdrtVi'.Miration, and by the PuSdic The ViCE-PRESfttKNT's l.'iic pnhlirsstion but the ebuiliiinn of n politit-al ment, well Known 10 have been secret- !v lonu ai work. It not the oiinin J O of a schism; it wr.s nnly its From the moment of the original Cam it was udmiilcd to .Mr. ADAMS' Administration it fore seen tout the parts romposing it, held to gcthpr for the time- by a common object, (ihe hope of power) would necessntin rlv that power have been obiaincd, and when it 5 der. 40 S- Fandnsky Ciiy, March 29, 1831. LLANK DEEDS FOR SALE. not now misinformed, n re-rant occur- rence has fully expounded his meaning, and explained hi? sincerity in this deck- ratii.-n. It is not the object of i to enter into the merits of the (juestioni raised by ihe Vice- President's tinn, and its numrroiis answers find re- plies. We nre little disposed to inedjifa m this familv qtianei. Our ptirpone, oti (lie contiarv. is to suggr-st that those bo hnvit opposed the ndministraiion, mid who still oppose it, hnxe no concern in this dispute, except so far as its results iriny affect tlse public interest. These it is will be various in their character, in their tendency. So far ns internal dissentions may be like- ly to weaken the momentum with wliich the dominant pntty has ImJiprtn r.ro- ceeded in n course so threalening to all the grrnt of the country, the effect will unquestionably bo Still brtrer will it be, it this disclosure of the predominance of merely peisr-nal JIM d ambitions motives, over nil other considerations, shall open the eves of the community to iht1 real character of men, .-md she rrai chsnic'cr of t.be times. On the oilier hand, il ceitainlv gives a still more formidable appeal mice to the- dan- crers which threaten when we come to ho decided who -should. its posts for the present. ar..l who expect them foMhe futtire. Nothing th- powerful chymistry of tliis cotnmon ob- iheir ohjects ;irc, we may hope 
                            

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