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Milwaukie Democrat (Newspaper) - February 16, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin TERMS. Democrat is publ shed Weekly on a douMe taedinm at the rate of per nnnum, in advance, or w.thin the first month; jJS 5 the clow of niontha or at the of the year. No iubscriptions received fora less pcricvi than three months. No paper wi'.l be discontinued, (unleu at the discretion of the unlilall are paid. ADVERTISEMENTS, Inserted at the rnte ol one dollar per square for insertion, and fwo shillings for sub. insertion. A libernl deduction made to those wlio advcriise by the year. ICT OF f ICE on Water Street, nearly op. fotitt Ctmmtrf.ial Block.' MILWAUKIE DEMOCRAT, TO ENLIGHTEN AN ELEVATE. VOL. 1. MILWAUKIE, WISCONSIN; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1844 NO. 26. __ Biilineu Carili, not enreeiling ail lines, inserted for FIVE DO1.LAKS per year. J. K. BARTLETT, Office over Jjnes Field's Jeweller shop, corner of Wisconsin and East Vi'alt-r streets, Mllwaukic, Oct. 24. ISIS. _ 10 KIXCH LYNDE Attorneys and Co-jnse iori tit Law and Solici- tors in Chancorv Mil-.vaiikio, AV. T MISCELLANY. From Hi" LadicV National Muyaztnc. THE SQUALL. BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE REEFER OF I jumped on board of her, and for one mo- j what ought to be dft ,8 next, and finish ment as we rushed upon her, I thought all j their broken slumber their leisure, was over. Wild, affrighted faces were Thisi is condensed 1 a translation '76 We were on the coast of Africa, and hail somehow pot into the midst of a British squadron, from which we saw no chance of escape. But our skipper, as brave :i man as ever held a to car- ry on to the last. The wind was fresh, and a heavy frigatewas aboutS milcsa-itern, Hqrd up The jammed ihe helm. 1S43." seen upon our decks, looking in the sickly j the "Dairy of a Traveller in Russia in light, like ghastly spectres from the tomb, but not a voice was heard, nor a breath drawn, as, with the silence of the dead, we were whirling against the ship., until the captain waved his arm with startling quickness, shouting, A NEW country paper thus notices the receip1 of intelligence from Washington that the riember of Congress from its district, who is rather inexperi- enced, has been making a speech: "There was a gre: tjstir here FURTHER" ff The tone of the paper-at JS'ew Orleans which is apparently most in the Texian in- terest, reverberated here through the me- f i fv i SPAVIN. We see many horses that hare a diMwe, in the gatnbrel joint, called xpavin. stiffens tho, joint and them until, after having been in motion a while, the parts become wa.rro and tin lameness ceases. There are several of spavin, but we seldom see any made to cure them by any operation, ex- cept occa.sior.ally applying something ex- ternally, which i> of little VVe, sup- pose one reason why nothing more is this. The disease does not w holly unfit the horse fur work, and therefore he ia, either sold cheap for that purpose, or. JEREMIAH DIDDLER, of the and put to the oriiu-.ury drudgery neatest pieces of Diddlerism was performed j H'e h.ive seen a species of spavin that yesterday upon tlie captain of the Elizabeth- j consisted in what surgeons call a varicosei port boat, of which we have heard in some vein, that is, the coats of the vein in tnat dium of the official gazette, and sustai led j time. Captain Van Pelt received a lette. i part become sHrKch.-d, weak and Attorney amf r at Law .ml Solicitor gaining on qs so rapidly tjiat we saw she we qujvc'red for a mome'nt uncertainly, the i Inst week. seems 'and Counsellor in Chancery. MiUvaukie. W. T. would overtake us before night-fall, even j nexl moment I know not but I should be direct from Washingtr.t, lhat A. J. U I'll A M Attorney nnd CoimscMur nt Law, :ir J Solii-itor in two cl >jis eu-t of Ihe I'osi Office, MiUvnuUif, W. T. if we should throw overboard the gin sand pternity, when suddenly the corvette had made a Of course, the bruth- was not the j rolled with a heave away, we just grazed run were a good deal a oused, and began to i, Chancery, S nij.i-i. rn d Solicitor in Wisui.iiiin. ____ a 1 NOTARY PUBLIC, ANU LA A RENT. T. KELLOUG, Attorney, Counie'.'.or ar.J Solicitor ai-o, Justice of the Peace Last WarJ, T. September, ___ __ A D. SMI nt, Attorney and Cou isc ir at I v-v. v. 1 .-.tor in Chancery. Mi'.u ink e VV. 'I ntxt tltior in t'u curt ei MMII utrett. ____ ___ is. Dca'er in Drv G II irJw.m-. C r rcri-s. Dr M'dtin'-s. O 1-. .J-" n.cr nt" F.I Michigan .Mir i Kir.. T. CAH'V i-i Yr-> "i MINCS, rcnf'v rr..i ic Ci. to orclfr, and in a :i i. Store, r.ppTiite riif.vai.itu. saw the timbers. Bat this worst aspect of the case. A v hose .single broadside could sink us, was coming up on our weather bow, and would i soon be within cannon shot. cries of her crew, borne after us on this But so much had I been occupied during wings of the wind. When the had the last few minutes, and since the wind j passed its first intensity, and the mists that her, Evii-pt by, and before (ivu minutes I collect in proups to le; rn of the were out of sight. The last human sounds Some declared that tie phenomenon oc- we heard from her, were tl.c despairing cuired during the dubr IT touching General "We learn from our correspondent at [livery of the clothes to'Mr. Stiles, a: with synoi-in or joint and also with Washington [Texas] that several leading I Ehzabethport. Captain Van Pelt, know- a thicker and more goLuinous kind of fluid. Jackson's said, not so, the Dr. had expressed his opii i in regard to the snais in the Westen vttivers, and their had freshened, in the excitement of our j rose the dense spray had partially bearing in a national p nt of view, osition, that I had not noticed the sudden I change tiiat was cot-inn" over the heavens, Js, i-, d TAII oil's I' mxc ClctiK'a 1 until an exclamation from the lieutenant 1 iiailed rr.y attention to it. When 'ast I looked astern, the sky was compara'.ively clear, now nn intensely black cloudjSjirer.d- ing with rapidity from a .small in the horizon, had nearly c rose and fell uncis.ly Ujion the ell j The strange sa is u: the bow .sere lost in ihe d alienees A stitleJ, op- i pressive heaviness, in the air; n ourn- lul sounds, a? those heard in a S'clc man's I fevered dream, met the ear at iuti rvals; the instead of C'Cniii'g in a teady struck the .-.nil nuw and left in subsided, we swept the horizon eagerly with our glasses, to see if we could behold trace of our late antagonist. Jt was members of Congress have proposed to in- j ing Mr. Stiles, and having already received This may be cured hy troduce a bill in the House for the purpose a supposed order for the clothes, nothing and sometimes hy taking tlu-i of annexing this country to th? U. Stales, doubting, paid the behold. This operation is oftentimes He says: "This plan has been adopted as 'the better ope, in lhat it will require 'a simple majority of the Congress of the on the delivery and opening of bundle, an old coat was discovered, worth nothing. On inquiry it was ascertained that the same man who delivered thu bundle and rer-eivcx'. ,iitig the sack, in out entirely, attended with inflammation, which is liable to caurn a perfect and permanent stiffness of the Another aperies of s-pnvin is CMKd by sjrcnvth or projection of a small bone, called 'United States, which the friends of the __F eiUin that Mr. 0. had broken loose 'bill here are highly confident can be oh- j the the letter at Ebzabethport i by surgeons an and by farriers ere, but nobo ly knew _wilh any in its favor in that country. It is purporting to be from Mr. Stiles, came a sp'.int. We have never seen this e'uretS, j'w hat ho hat] wen at. 'l he that, after it is passed here, it round in tlie cars, a-.id arrived in .New- and have always considered it incurable; almost dark, and our vision was, therefore, York papers were full of murders and oth- 'wil! he forwarded to the Congress of the York in time to be on board Capt. Va limited, but though the frigate could be j er trilling occurrences but said nothing of 'United Slates, and go through the forms Pelt's boat just before The ma seen well nigh hull down upon the star-i the speech. w is 'necessary to constitute a law of the gave his name to the captaining Mr. board quarter, no vestige cf ll.e ill-f.iled was. The n papers were care- "to contain all the necessary regulations ar.d bins, -1-1 Thomsa street; bqt it seen.s r Van :iai but a writer in the Alinny Cultivator, 'tN 'j, vol. says he cured in the foliovr- ii.anniv. "A few years he. corvette was cliscernnble ever to the keen- fully perused, but foi time nothing could 'restrictions to constitute us at once a con- VYliat her fate w as God only bo (jr-thered from then even, to satisfy the 'federated State of the Union.' public curiosity. It teemed to be a case. So, so! the "annexation" is (3 originate At last, the following paragraphs were no- j at Washington in Texas, and, on arriv ticed in thu Madi.sonicn giving a report of at Washington in the United States, it will the proceedings of Mcnday week: "onfy require a simple majority of the Con- person of that name litu Advcrtiicr. lives Bfoah- r.orn thi- N O IN ARKANSAS. not, riy LorJ; I rli piny the orator, As if tlie gold.'n fee far winch p'.ead Were f'ir rnvsol' An assault and battery case of the most curious character that ever was described came, not a great while since, before or.e of the couits in Arkansas. In evidence it OKIGIV OF LAKES. owe their or- igin to different circum.-lances; some of them from thu sinking of the soil hy the Mr. made si me remarks, which gress of the United .States" to ratify it.__, falling in of subtcrrjneous OXi. CO appt'.ired that bile two husl-inds, who re- unquiet pulfs, and in another instant, with sidi'd under the same roof, were absent, were inaudible to the 'cporler Mr. ------made s >me remark in rela- tion to. printing; but t i y were not under- stood.1' Doctor, if you are Mr.-------'' shall take leave to say tha this sort of thing won't do at all. Yd1 r remarks may not be "understood'' unt or some circumst.m- enouuh the majority would be, un- doubtedly, which would dare, in the jire- attitude of the of Texas, to un- dertake to pass a law involving ind question the peace, and not peace but trancendently tlean-r ii.teri'.sts cf this Union. Is it possible that the Congress-, men of Texas have been sncourajfi'd by Dry Or -cci. It. frsc-ltcr Dvc. ominous suddenness, died away, there I their two wives got into a row about some ess, possibly, but dor, t let them be any communications from this plact to is the supposed origin of the- other> ca'ii.-d by enrthq lakes such a lake was ionned in lhr> Province Quito in 17CT i sotr e tho fall of a1- tbo- Os- cl-ent'i'see in the Canton cf IJeir.e; or lava currents d.imir.z up the stream, as tlu lakes Aiclnt ar.d C'asslero in Auvergie, i; France. Many are supposed lo be the re mains of the universal which one- nr of my carriage h >rfes was badly spav- meti, so much as to be almost useless. I had him throw n, then cut the skin immedi- ately over the spavined hone ir. the shupa of a _YI then peeled it down until the boae was exposed. I then took a chisel and with a blow or two from a mallet, I soon, cut off the bone. The horse soan recover- ed: it has been four years since, and not the least Fanner. return of the v, as a dead calm, eve coulJ see the Around, as fiir as the ,iitchy waves were of a j 1'he corvette v.'i'.s t non shot, pitching of of domestic arrangements. On of the tuihbanJij came back and found the the fabled waters of the di-.ul sea. Amiable combatants at tooth and toe can- nail, h.iir, ears and so forth. Husband the cfijc, first, finding his v, ife had the ascendancy in the encounter, ar.d discovering husband the second l.urrjing towards the battl li .i U XL Ivi: 4 Ml Jl.'. llj l.CWl just withii htMvily upon th troubk-il swell, her uou. i: and no'.v ihriwn ly th" tint tl.e ri.ist Jjifote a.'.o'.her second si dible." Speak up, nan and don't be afeard." lilow it c Jt straight, steani or no sti-am Let 'em L ow who has come to town." cherish such expectations i cn'J fas lh, and their out, The it t-eems, after it is cic- crecd by tho Texian C'ongro.ss, is to "go thiourrh the forms necessary to consti.iiU-. it a law of tlie land Yes, it is to Ihro'jfjfi. the wh )sesn. have.i'-s.iult- Texas is to become at nee a confciJer.'.ed The- properties of potatoes are various' They are especially nutritious to those who e cxerc'--e., but to those of a thin or spare habit llvy nre not so. They re- quire to be cooked with care. And Irish- man says, they should alwayi be cooked in an iron saucepan, and that they should n.dly salt, have become fresh from the! reee.vin..; constant supplies of fresh water, tlot he peeled when cooked, as much of while; the salt v. as constantly U-t oil' hy 1S thereby lost, but only- -Book of books drep, v.'o deaii in the calm. 'i lie men ioc at rr.iot'.ier in fi.r olt-jn ,-n too, grou.id, placed himWin the door-way, to (lfi) tinvers- c1., and will yet Ira.-- State of this Unior. Fortijr.a'.ely, thcio is tli( V I'.ul been in the i never -seen so sudden a th mt'iu ,if tn (Jit nf thr I. It. M vi MIL J. even ready lor a surely the _ 't'.cj'h mad." fie ontin- as the d.atant sh p, re.rcirijltrss uf t'.lt; opened her battery upon av. fully ;.n, cl the iV.itii ht-ni-.ik li lil.e li.'t- i-orsiit- froin s-'.iiii- light- up tl.e (--lo'iin a'l UiH-arthU 1 r_i v ij Oil! it wa> u tc- --ee tn i luitt.mj; w h' n tin1 t Ii-ments were lo ve.-ing him. he knew- not but in an- il d in the pi .-senco to assistance so obstructed, ran to a pile Ji.ilti.a of lift's, of wood that was near, picked up a club, returned to the door-waj and knocked hu.s- b.iiid th" first n: tin- head. Here ended the tug of and hence arose the charge of tbr- party of the first part, against tbo pirty of the second part, demn.inaleil in len.i, an assault and lattery, with nifatl-mrjt to kill." er.'-e 1 loly lineage n il, displaying the re- no danger of any such catastrophe l.cfa cord the internal ur fold.ng of the. race of the 1'nionat present as the of fiom the lour o ig and em! Uruir.a dark episodes in d bloody but whose uioniing-i are :i light, which coni- rrvnces u ith man's mf .ncy, and ends w here begins a new lilt, after death and the grave. History of Ivstcries ow often have J not his this lorcitjii nntimi Texas, her rj r.'i-i, her alliances, her debt.-, and her inter- nal factions, to lie a at once a confederated State of the Union If ever Texas be annexed to the il'u! States, it will not hi; under present circ sUinees nor can that Territory ever c their outlets. Almost all lakes are pro- gress of diminution, although this is every where apparent. Tlie tl> trilal mat- ter 1 in by their affluents is iiyper- ct'ptihly filling up ar.il, if lur observations were made, many Provin- ce's whii'h owe much of their prosperity t their wtiulil litul the time ap proii! ing when these pieces of w.ttcr wi 1 becoine mere pestilential marshes. Matjuzine. :rlo its dep h with an ardent nnd into this Union as a State otherwise than K It is known to but very few citizens thrt iring heart. Lor, r-_long was it to me after a probation hich shall satisfy Ule there is ia_ the northeastern portion of th f. i f .1 TT .t i nf X mi linj'TJ nsnrf1 dark, mysterious, and incomprehensible I States of the Union that sho is properly .e case uas learnedly a-guet! on both not .separate thu precious metals from entitled to become a member of the family. es, and cu-r.e at List to the doling speech ti.e antj (.artri vnich to it: Nat. M. State of Ne 'I1 York, an almost a washed and a little scraped at farthest.- nu' Tncy should soak for nn honr, before .r.z put into the pan, in cold water y.ist covcnrg them When the water begins to boil, h-t a tea cup full of cold water be put in, which checking the boiling, gives l.me for their In-.nu; cooked through w.th- ou-. When tne.d with a ferJc am! found clone, Uv: water is poure-d off, they are left to stand for a short liuia over a gentle fire, by which the remaining moistjru is evaporated they are then peeled for the taljle, and found, if of u good. kind, mealy and delicate. Or put them in ,a pot with cold water, and with the top loosely on; let them boil gradually with tha covi rirt? them. After a tune of the counsel for the defence. This gen- was an oiiginal, famous for funny thii tl.e dross and earth vhich adhered to it; the great puls( of n conciliation steadily hearing beneath thp ifinif weal and wo i arounil o'.b'-r lit1 of h s Uj-.i car. hi r..-; t.ie dis an IV i-n th ou f nil k nds and quitn temarkable for of earthly life, amid he solemn blessings posi- !inj curses cf the wa, ing mind, was con- ,1 nii'.r. from me lonf have I strayed and as he coubted, often dcspai-ing of the way and truth. Vet the eye became, by degrees, used to see by twilig it end even for the cast of h-s in'juiraii: children, does God t'Sc- Ifrp.p orvette's 'cl the il fort'i again I'.e, 1 then leaving Ler ihe gall.crin.; gloom, of the sky (.1 M! pie-'TVu l.iiii from '-j i i per.'epl '-.surt i) In. M Tiliffa t'ti ir I. N II n U. .i.-iri'in A. li. IN; II r. l> Houses to he sulil. .tliiviaiik.f-, I) i., 1 M, ir C, 1} her Lull, sails and s. e lii c, the an enemy, but >4iven'v''J he ipen nre '.in-j n ,-d the mi'islrpinan forv, jr-1, "they uaut to return it e corvette's lire ".No filing sin! I..C1 c.iplai with "la.-.h dou n 1 k il _'__. hundred lakes of two an upwards of plants anrl Fruits. let his 1'ght 1 Now I will walk se- Iiule twenty mouths, na curely on the wontle ful and, to Jeromo, whohad some two a onths agogot- tny last hour, I will j lurney on, searchiii" ttni a seed in his ipe, from the an'd To efr'et 11 an's tlll't'cts of hs hai1 soared much, and tion with the true lift, and with God, the time must iiK-vitably have died. The developcmeiit cf his t ature and his further i cf as it is tecin.i- lirosrcss, he must, in the present age, es- caib' termed, was perforniecl in the short each in diaim ter; and sows of them fifteen, eighteen, and even twenty miles in length. The: 131'ie 'lonntain Sake is described by Rev. Mr. Todd, as being upwards of H est- feet above the level of Lake Charrplair, of other con-.equences, it tends to prevent iied and excelliny ir.po nt of locat.cn, the beat- them from licking themselves, hy which ty ot lioiic-m, (better known as Lake they too ofieti swallow the hairanJ George Near Long Lake, in the vcrv heart of the f-irest, is a little community c f fourteen fun l.es, who subsist by fishing, fcc., and have lived in compara'iv io-noraiicc until thev were visited a few- should be cor-. ried as often as horses, particularly when they areshedding their Independent Selected. Tun TKL-TII PLMNLV R-ichcl Barker, a member of the Society of Fi lends, a few Sundays since preaciiej pccTallj' ber ome rero iciled with the scrip-! ot" ten niinutes. The patient was years since by the tlocjuc'iit divine above a sennon in the capitol at p. dyin ATTOHNHTS GEMlKAl, f.AVJ) A Will alie of nf the rntrrj. 1 1.i. wsukce tor tlic s froU'rs t-iat c in n '.I Ir. 1 ti tx.- -n ri f.i y v. lit-, (it Ilitt-r thor.i- ;-.v tin N jt a IMJ; left up. v.i- rolli'jg on thu i iir.re pole- pitching UP the nor There it sutldenly s am in a voice. looked. In! iht: clouds >n live rascals feet in bed, my !a'-t wortls shall that n mint hai a "iyhl tn defend (urn 11 ifc and in last will and testa.rient will not declare that my mortal remains shall be g'nen to earth or fire la.t I will direct my executors to have my cutaneous cov- ering and stretched ovt.r a drum head, nnd a drummer shall bo punliuned to trip tail.'! lap from inorniiiij Cl'RI-: FO] On one occasion, a jreat gawky lumber- clodhopper thoii" it he had devised a mode o turnms toe I mgh against tna doc- other instruments the orilice was .listen tor lie mnuntt J th stage, and on being a momont lhe or'a placed on a table in the centre of the ILi his hv'ad held steadily, anj ati inciiioi, by the operator, about three-fourths of an inch in length, through the int'gu- ments of the throat into the windpipe. This being accomplished, by means of ed, lie.siiles these, this immense trac ias rever been explored by hunters and Indian-) who have .Hit a short distance, so far namet of lane! save by th penetrate') asccrtainei: howevt r, been overtaken by storms, and their .sufl'erings and trials during those, ir- clt-inpnt seasons, together with their sian She las! t-d members of aad polilicijns of all grades, without tnercj She declared that the practice of duelli was sustained bv practice ot duelling cowards, who were loo They have in some instance much afraid uf :i perverted public opinion lo refuse a challenge. She said all they wanted to mak them a blessingj to tha community was a little honesty. After most intricate opeiation was most success- ing exploits, wo-i'.d mlhehancls of a propt r she had spoken her mind for about two pouul forth unparallelled effort cf thu Arkansas lawyer. II I it. II'T: Htm tl. H J.Sfl. Milirci'- K. IS II. II Viifl'ulo; Lnrit Ksj 1'ttt- Cedar st att-l C. Jl. Talh'an, Ksq tcr ft. JV" y. Jju. nsiZlij P. C. HALE, Bookucllcr and Stationer. a long upon the writers; then came moaning rnel riK-hing striking ht-ar'.fully upon th u Luciuuui' ui -nicii oporalions. by showing the Ltinc; of ui-tru- wet-Us longer on this stajjo oi i T J _ _ 11- i ___ ,t _i___________jl. to beuscd ar.d the manner of I in reference to the mode of performina; sed he would come sented the matter to him, and desired his again, but the fjol sti.l hoped that he might I Professor "the Let Miss A. nnd Mr. B. be I tui'n the tables, aad pi asentfd himself at the j t k f hi, _ i 1 l_ .__ This is t-ie of the kind snow flakes from the waves', now e overed i married was the order given appointed hour- -doctor received him whoyf; roside on point. A if f n i t i vii i i u A u us in its thick, dense mist, hiding every Nicholas. This Ukase was signed at, with gieat orJ addressing the aucli- I in IoJ ..s thin- fron, our and now Hew wildlv P- M by ten, it had passed through lhe I ence, said, "Oentlemt n ,nay think ,t a joke, ncce u, 0 wi on hand ...oriment rt thing from our .si-jhl, and now Hew wildly P- passed through lhe LAW, 'VHKOUXJirAI, MIS- CELLANEOUS, nntl SCHOOL UOOKS uur uiiu lit; vv uuiv j -----1 i p if bor'ne on the wings of the I of registry, whence, by eleven but I assure them on the honor of a gent e- English Si bonnet bonrd, rfintmjr Wr Inlt. nncl Alii, past us spirit of the storm. We spukt: not, we heard not, we scarcely saw, but each man er.vsped a rope, waited breathlessly till the I s do no nc t large nf first phrenzy of tho hurricane should hi Mclhnns' FINE CUTLKHY; Port. folios. Card IVcltot hooks, English Gcrmnn Toys, Sic. U'lrrh arc nf- fercc; on lhe term.-i. A MABINK risks on tvory vt M ftV P ft flft la o- T) in rti-i land sixty years Magazine. Jerold's Ittuminaled Opportunity is on'y useful, when there is ability and disposition to improve One man will thrive in spite of it -would do another as much good to go through college, as it would a mail to crawl over a bible! A Georgia paper says that there is a mountain in.Rabun county, near the Caro- lina line, that is now throwing out large quantities of very black dense smolie, and manifests the appearance of being volc.inic. Those who have visited this mountain, say that the smoke issues through fissures in the rocks, and that there is a continued rumbling sound like low distant thunder, constantly heard in the bowels of the moun- The old General, we trust, has many happy years before him." Do you wish to know what pre- serves and perpetuates error? It is the por- tion of truth that is mixed with it; the authority which error derives from this portion, causes men to be deceived by it for ages." There arc some men whose chief virtue consists in the confession of their vices these are always repenting, but never re- forming, and though of all men the mo-I submissive to censure, are least to regard it. GREES cord of green wood is said to contain 1443 Ibs. of 112 gallons. Instead of burning gretn wood then, we should think the belter way would be to burn tlry and pour water upon the fire. Each one then might mix them to suit himself! CHEWING citizen 'of Cin- cinnati recently enclosed forty dollars to the Trustees of the Towiuhip to be distri- buted among the poor, being the amount saved by four years abstinence from the chewing of tobacco DecLtNCD Hon. David Spangler, the nominee of the late Whig Convention, for Governor of Ohio, has, in k letter to the Ohio State Journal, declined the nom- ination. The reasons are of entirely private nature, out of nn imperative char- acter, which, he says, leaves him DO alter- native. To the canvass would, he alleges, require sacrifices which no mart can reasonably be required to make. Another Convention is called, to be held on the 2-M of February, to B) new American. Go is a taund of dom in the char.i( t-ris'ic motto of Crockett; iGo Like thu celebrated of-Poor it much of tha philosophy of human life. It is the secret of success in what ever a man un- dtrtalces. Without it, nothingcan be done: li-i.'A it, nothing is impossible. The RichmiMij En-juirer Clay men may d-sm-'ss, every of stup- [.orlfromMr Calhoun. say ly, and upon the best authority, that Mr. Calhoun in no event, go for Mr- Clay."
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