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The Portsmouth Inquirer (Newspaper) - April 8, 1850, Portsmouth, OhioThe inquirer. Portsmouth Ohio re acis Cleveland sd1toh.koodai Elt Xijiu april 8, 1850.for governor Reuben Wood. 0c3our publication Day being on Mon Day All advertisements and notices for pub lie lion must be handed in on saturday " j our third voualo.,the present number a the first of volume Iii As soon As we Sre Able to make then la. Necessary " Yayoi w somewhat enlarged and it is the desire of the pal Wiesers that every year should wit Nassime improvement until the size and character of. The paper shall be the reflect. To on of an enlightened wealthy and Liberal designing that the financial affairs of the inquirer shall be the Cash system we offer to furnish it. To. Clubs of five 01 More Foi a Dollar each per annul in Advance whether old or new 6cribera. Any old subscriber who will fur Nish a new name and Send two dollars shall receive two copies for a year. Any one wishing to take that splendid. Magazine Godey s lady s Book the subscription Price of which is three dollars and cheap at that can receive it end the inquirer for $3,50 in Advance. This offers a Fine Chance for All who wish to obtain both publications on the lowest terms. We have but one word in conclusion to say to our g subscribers which is that if they come Forward and pay up they can Settle on easy if not. We shall hereafter collect the Best Way we can and to the full extent of our published Erms. Convention election. It is with the most Heartfelt gratification " that we anus Una to our democratic friends the cheering intelligence that the advocates of Reform have carried the state. As far As. Ivil my i. Beard from it is prod Arne Mere win in a democratic majority in the convention of. From 10 to 20. But should it even be less the late election has proved that the old conservative party the upholders of Rotten drive Leeds. Of unequal taxation and of Moss Nora a Viivi of every kind Are signally Defeated. We do not had this As a Mere party Victory but As a Triumph of principle Lover enned Ienco of truth Over error. Glo rious Ohio i that Bright particular Star in the confederacy will now emerge from one dogs and mists of her Early Dawn and Shine i orb in the unclouded splendor of her mid care in the political firmament. We have not room for particulars. Next week we will give the full returns from each county As far As our own District Collings whig is elected by upwards of 350, and Gillet by 30. Good from old connect lout. The a Moora of Connecticut have done Inosia Nooy. In sue of ii Ciufu Wuhu and All his coadjutor they have elected a governor and a majority on joint ballot in the legislature thus securing a United states senator for six years. Hurrah for connect Cut. Good once More from new York. At the late election for supervisors an important office in the towns of hew. York the democracy were perfectly United and have carried the state by a Large major Ity. Last year out of 534, the whigs had a majority of 31, now the democrats have a majority of 100 making a gain of 131 another Hurrah for the Empire state i 03-Vo the in Scioto county for members of convention. George Collins whig. &10. Abidjan Batterson dem. 554 majority 286 h. A Gillet. Whig 857. William Campbell dem. 520 majority. 337 Lata from California. The Cherokee arrived at new York on the 5th bringing dates from 5a a fran Cisco to March nearly 02,000,000 in Gold y season bad com. Fenced and business in the diggings had resumed its activity. The steamers Ore gon and Tennesse had arrived St Panama. Y the Piketon journal comes to us this week considerably improved in its appear Ance. We Are glad to see such evidences of Enterprise and Prosperity in the press of Pike county. Nothing is wanting there now but a Good democratic Sheet to Correct. The Little political wanderings of our neigh Bor Dexter and keep him from becoming too greatly through excess of Excelsior and weekly mercantile Gaultt in the title of a paper just received from new York being the Union of two different papers As the title imports. For mercantile and business men ibis is a Sheet that May be profitably patronized particularly merchants who visit new York. Several times during the year. Fiut Gralfs City item. This is the title Ofa paper published at Philadelphia now in its 7th volume at $2 a year. Besides orig Inal talks it contains a fund of in forma Conj respecting the business amusements and do Ings of the City which Render it a useful and instructive paper. For three dollars a year the publisher offers a copy of the City item end either Godey s lady s Book Gra Ham s or bargain i Magazine. More California migrants Day before yesterday More than 20 per sons left Tifis place on the Steamer Scioto for California. " among the rest was a company of 8 or 10 who goof under very favourable circumstances for Success. It was organized chiefly under the direction of or. Jefferson w. Gliddon one of our most successful s. About 17000 have already been expended in capital to any extent required will be hereafter furnished. Or. Jesse Young a very enterprising gentleman. Heretofore in the Iron business goes As head of the company which is made up of men accustomed to toil and privations and who will not sink under any hardships incident to the life of a Gold Digger. Or. Moses Gregory of this place goes with them under handsome salary As Surveyor clerk or general agent As May be required. Their intention is to make a thorough exploration of such sections As Promise most favourably either for washing or mining to acquire a knowledge of the Best process for extracting the precious Metal from the Earth and in Short to establish a regular and business like mining company. From the character and ability of All engaged in the Enterprise we think they will succeed if Success be possible. J Webster s trial we give to a y the closing scene of web Ster s trial including the final sentence of the judge. This with the statement of the attorney general which we have hereto fore Given will put in Possession of All the material facts in the Fasci it is painful to record Eventt so derogatory to human nature. Here is an individual whose personal character and standing whose learning and acquirement and whose social relations afforded Promise of happiness and usefulness through life struck Down at once to the Depths of infamy. With him Mut. Sink to a certain extent his innocent family his confiding wife and Lovely Daugh ters., an Ine Fiacable stain will forever rest upon them. And of i what frightful and incurable wounds have been inflicted upon the tender hearts of that wife and those Young no con to a. 4q, dwell upon the sad and sickening thought amid this moral desolation we instinctively look around for some extenuating circumstance upon which the Pride and Hope of our nature May for a moment repose. And this we think May be found in what appears from the evidence that the deed was not premeditated. Or. Parkman was irascible and no doubt gave vent to his feelings in a manner to provoke the Wrath of web Ster who probably without anticipating fatal consequences inflicted the deadly blow the various modes adopted to Dis pose of the body show that the death of or. Parkman was not the result of a pre conceived plan. Slight As this extenuation May be in still affords some Relief. But giving this its full weight the crime of prof. Webster affords a solemn warning to All to govern their passions to seek from on High ten into to or Eromm tempt motion and Ven icy think they stand firmest to take heed lest they fall French african Colony. The French have planted a Colony of Blacks on the coast of Africa not far from the River Senegal. The colonists Are captured africans belonging to Congo and were destined to the sugar plantations of Brazil. They were rescued from slave ships by French cruisers and established As cultivators at Senegal in 1847. There Are some hundreds and the chief town is Libreville. They at first began upon the socialist plan of a Community of property but this did not answer. 1 each now cultivates his own lot. Aud they Are All prosperous and contented there Are now in Africa two colonies of civilized Blacks which we Trust May be the nuclei around which will eventually gather the Blacks of Europe and America thus rid Ding the world of slavery regenerating the Black race Aid peopling the continent of Africa with civilized & christianize human beings. Reduction of tolls. The new York canal Board have made considerable deduction in tolls in Accord Ance with memorials addressed to them from Buffalo and elsewhere. Trio reduction on provisions amount to 45 cents. A barrel. On flour 3j Mills inst Ondof 4 the same on wheat. The reduction on the freight of heavy goods up is about 20 per cent. These reductions make the Erie Ca Nal the cheapest medium of transportation from n. York to the lakes and must greatly increase its business. Its great rival the now York and Erie Railroad must have had an influence in bringing about this reduction and in this we can see and feel the Benefit which people at Large de rive from the construction of such great Public ton. 8. P. Chase will please it our thanks for Public documents. Fax we welcomed the Zinc Ovule Aurora among our exchanges last evening the first for a longtime. We feared bro. Bead bad Cut our acquaintance and was about to ask for the reason but suppose it was Collamer doings a substitute Portka. Or. Gun hmm an old and experienced physician in Londo says i May state on very resp Cindie authority that the first leaves of1 chortle Berry properly gathered and dried in the Fonde cannot be distinguished from real Chiba teas. Correspond enc of Tho journal of Commerce. Or. King s California report. Washigton 25, " or. Thom As Butler King s report on California was rend to the president and Cabinet y and occupied two hours and a half in rending it will of course be presented to con Gress. 1 he topic Sot which Ore the population of the country. Its agricultural resources. Extent and production of the Mineral Region. Commerce and navigation of Californi 5 1 he legislature necessary for the territory 5 a and especially in regard to the disposition of the Gold bearing lands belonging to the v. ". V the population of the country is now a bout one Hundred Hhd Twenty thousand. An accession to the population by the immigration during the year beginning at the next dry season on the first of May is estimated at two Hundred thousand. The agricultural capacities of the state Are vastly greater than has been heretofore represented. There is a vast extent of pasture lands unsurpassed tiny where in Tho world in verdure and Richness. The wild Oats grow spontaneously All Over the Plains yielding an annual crop at the rate of forty bushels per. Acre. Any number of cattle and sheep May be raised. Two Hundred thousand head of sheep mint. Be bro t into the country during the next two most Grace. All of Liticia i hold take Leuon from them 1 no tunic were Lun it i Iii us Ivi Weir j hides which was the chief article of sex t port and they wore Worth but four dollnrir1 a Bead but now Worth Twenty or thirty dollars a head. " " California is especially adapted to Wool grow a gentleman was about to import ten sheep from Mexico with n View logo into that business. The future value of the vineyards is represented As very great. ". As to the Commerce of the country he estimates the value of import needed in California from the Atlantic Stales for the next year at four millions of Dol Lars in flour millions in other articles. As to the article of lumber its Price is now $75 per thousand and cannot be lower because it is below the Cost of Laborne Pessary for cutting and sawing lumber in California. It can be carried to Cah Fornor Armbri fwd to 8upposingit to Cost 2 Jhc re it will still continue copay. The Gold Region is described As extend in ? five or six Hundred Miles from the South to the North and from forty to sixty Miles in Width irom the ast to West. It rises gradually in on inclined plane from the in Cremento Valley to the Elevation of 4,000 feet at Liat Are called the Foote Hills. Between these Hills and the Nevada n number of streams eur source and take their course through the Foote Hills Westward. Or. King these Riv ers and found them All very Rich in Gold. The territory on the North is very Rich in old and the conclusion is inevitable All the facts that the whole Quartz Plain containing three thousand. Square Miles is full of Gold bedded in the Quartz and some of which disintegrated from the Quartz by the torrents May be found in dust. .1 1 Al. I Lumpa i tint two in Usu. The whole number of foreigners in the Region who Are Gold Hunters is fifteen thousand american Gold Hunters. The chileans and the Sonera people Emo in crowds and have carried off Twenty five e millions. The americans have procured millions. The chileans Are expert diggers. The amount of Gold already procured is forty millions. But forty millions More will be procured during the doming dry sea son say from May till november. The regular mining operations in the solid Quartz Rock will soon begin and Enn be continued during the wet As Well As the dry season. Or. King estimates Tho amount of Gold which will be procured from the 1st m y. 1851, at one Hundred million he recommends that the lands be retained As Public property forever and As a perpetual resource for Tho Republic exchequer. To the workers and diggers of he proposes to Grant permits at the of an ounce of Gold each Pound. Or the encouragement of regular min ing operation he proposes to Grant leases of a limited number of acres to Pei suns or companies it a Small per cottage on the amount of Gold procured. Proclamation for fast. Whereas the general Assembly did on the23dinst., pass a Resolution request. Ing the governor to appoint a Day of tasting and prayer the people of state and Whereat. The2glh Day of april Boa now been set apart for that purpose by some of the religious Socie ties in the state now therefore i Seaburt food governor of the state of Ohio do hereby appoint and set apart Friday the 20th Day of april not As a Day of fasting and prayer and recommend to nil the people of the state on that Day to refrain from their secular employments and Devoto the time to religious services to repair to their Severn places of worship to Humble them selves in View of sin both As individuals and As a people and implore the favor of the almighty that judgments by pestilence or otherwise May be averted that individual and National Prosperity May be Contin. ,. .1 f .1. .1uea Brounn me passing Tuiai Ine blocs since of our free institutions May be perpetuated not to us to this whole a 1 .1. A r .1 nation san Tuiai by Ute Muu Elicea i me hoi v spirit this whole people May. Be own Keno to a More desire and Effort for the spread of the gospel the principles of which afford the Only sure basis for Tho permanence of free govern ment and the happiness 01 under my hand and Tho great Seal of the state this 20th Day of March a d. 1850. By the governor seab Fly Ford. Oviatt Cole a Nate Secretary. I. Wilmot. Proviso.4 ,. Alas i poor Davy Liat Hobby you mount d1. With such Bottom and Speed has lost its wind and promises to leave its rider an unenviable notoriety it has made Davy a character but it will Faylund break Bis neck How astonished Davy will be Boon. Even now he is whipping spurring kicking his Hobby far in the rear will soon be out of sight and forgotten. ,. How changed Are the limes 1 last year the whigs and free Soile reclaimed the Hobby and had fierce disputes about the title to valuable was it esteemed 1 but Davy bad the name the Prima Facie title was in him and How he did ride i head and Tail up whip and Bur went Davy n Buren to ride before but Davy held the reins. It s All Over the Wilmot proviso like the wooly horse of the Rock is a Humbug. Pshaw Hiss who would a shabby animal we never liked it not we the whigs North begin to think this is the meanest animal they Ever did see an odious Little scrub not North. His feeding i v there is no danger now in denouncing be Wilmot proviso in the North. Taylor will not be afraid to say downright that he will veto the thing and the Republic will Fefel no delicacy on the subject look out for a most valorous article from that paper before Long showing up the Wilmot proviso As a vile Loco Foco invention that general Taylor always intended to veto. Forty sheriffs with search warrants will not be Able to find a whig that even approved such a measure. These whigs Are a funny immutable and years. A thousand six Sierra examined fifteen Gold rate Lor this and and now More pan. Mey can turn Somerset Wun we in the great Art of grand and lofty tub 1848, All Over the North the Wal Morl proviso was the Cardinal doctrine of the whig party they had no other. Cass was a miserable dough fac shame on him he was not fit to be touched with a pair of tongs1 he and his friends were the slave Ocran y. Read what or. Choate said in Massachusetts in 1848. He declared that " the Cardinal policy of the whigs would be the passage of a Law to sat that California shall bema1jt forever is there a whig upon this floor shouted the orator who doubts that the strength of the whig party next March will insure free Dom to California and new Mexico if by the Constitution they Are entitled to Freedom at Ell is there a member of Congress that would not vote for Freedom you know there is not he denounced general Cass because he pledged himself in Advance to veto the fun Tybe Law of Freedom Ana Saia " May god Avert the madness of All those who hate slavery and love Freedom that would unite in putting him in the place where this thrice accuse d pledge May be redeemed and read what the whig convention of that state said on the same subject " we understand the whig party to be committed in favor of the principle contained in the ordinance of 1787, the prohibition of slavery in territory now free and of in Tuuu Siuri of Constitution ally effected. We understand the democratic party to be pledged to decline ant legislation upon the subject of slavery with a View either to in prohibition or restriction in places where it does not now exist or to its abolition within any of the territories of the United of Cass what a miserable old Devil you were " them Days. You were not fit to be president of a pot Hou club for preaching Uch ass Lik e Aud Tain less doctrine " get out of the Way you old 6inner, you and let us saints Lane me Ieada Well Cass was put out of the Way and the saints got ahead and now for it. Here is first and Foremost Saint Taylor Palo Alto Monterey Buena Vista. Old Whitey and a Little More grape capt. Bragg. Where is Saint Taylor no would think of looking in this filthy Slough of with the question of slavery in the territories for the second Washington ? but look there he is a a a see him kicking and struggling the deepest of the deep. He saw no other Way and in he plunged holding to Cass s Coal Tail but Sunflower covered head and ears. Next comes Saint Clay the great embodiment the great compromised. He will not plunge after Cass too not he surely not but who is that till White Heade d old gentleman striding along up to Bis Chin ? is that the embodiment ? it s nobody else certain but look again i. Who is that frail Loki but rotund old Stager with the Constitution under one Arm and the Union under the other wading Waist Dee p through ? it looks very like Daniel we Sterit s very like him indeed it is what Are All the world and the rest of Mankind Comine to ? Weil we Don t know what will become of these saints. If they had started when Cass did we should All have been Over on Safe ground by this time but this Slough is getting Iran the whigs North and South Bave almost broken it Down whether it will now carry them Over is not so certain. We must Call upon the democrats to come and help mend it up and get these poor Fellows Over. It won t do to let the stars and stripes Trail in the mud much less sink and he lost. Us. Democrat. Proud position of the democracy. Levery Day the intellect and the Power of toe by dig party pay tribute to the Broad generous and constitutional policy of the democracy on the question of slavery. For nobly and zealously adhering to that policy we lost our candidate Lor a resident More than a year ago Bose who then denounced and derided it now endorse and eulogize it. Then they held up their candidate As sure to oppose it. Now he is compelled to Amu Tuiai it is we Irue Anau Onai ground. As in x94h, so in loud the a democracy never wavered in their ardent advocacy of this genuine democratic principle. It is this policy which is now settling the whole ques Tion by cum Ming upon it the moral and political Force of Many who have heretofore United in opposing it. Talk of any Man or set of men settling the difficulty if aver arranged As we be eve it will be. The Noble example and the Sterling principles of tha democratic party of the Union will alone do it. Is this not a proud position for our great old party to occupy i Ana does it not covet the vile schemes of Dis Orcan Izera with the contempt they deserve Madame a. Murat arrived at new Orleans lately in the Shin Brunswick. From Havre. This lady is the wife of a. Murat of Naples and the grand Niece of via Ehing ton by Tell Girzi. Arrival of Tho Steamer Europa two. Weeka later from Europe. If a Halifax april 3 the Europe arrived at this place at Kalf past 2 o clock this afternoon. 5 All descriptions of Cotton except fair and Good had declined one is Rubing fair1 Upland was quoted at 6gd, fair Mobile 6c, and a r n. Elcans 6f d sales for the fortnight had been 96,000 Bales of which speculators took 7,500, and exporters 10,000.sales of the last week 20,000 Aiesi i Coffee in London is Down 6s or. 15s from the Fop Price of a few weeks v the com Market is Suhady and yellow has advanced 6d per Quarter White Iaun changed but prices Are firmer. R. ". Flour is unchanged but firmer. The Bullion in the Bank of England is increased. Consols closed at 85 for Money and american securities Are said to be firmer but we have no quo tation., Austria and Hungary. Five columns of Tho Perth Zeitung Are filled with sentences cast by court mar Tini urn persons who have been concerned in the late hungarian revolution. All sentences of death have been commuted to terms of imprisonment in Irons for periods of twelve Ned sixteen years i an inundation of the Danube bos caused immense injury in Hungary and especially ulc morn Nab and Tolje Trasper districts. 15,000 persons Nave Thlen Refuge at Raab in the greatest destitution. Germany at the opening of the chamber the King of Wurtemberg declared that the unitarian state of Germany will be no thing but a chimera and that if attempted to be carried out it would Lead to the separation and dissolution of Germany itself. It is reported that the Congress of Ger i n sovereigns will be held in april at Dresden to hold Council on German mat ters. The emperor of Austria and Kings of Bavaria Hanover and Saxony will be present. Denmark and the duchies. Advices from Berlin state that general Bruch hns returned from his Mission to the Duchess of Schleswig Holster n. He has failed in his an understand ing is further off than Ever. J. Prussia. Advices from Berlin inform us that negotiations Between Tho courts of Austria and Prussia for definite consummation of Central government for Germany have entirely failed. Or. Locis april 5. Messes. Vasquesz and Dauphin arrived last evening from Medicine Creek the Trad ing port of Union fur company. They left 14th March there was Snow upon the ground. Winter remarkably mild. On the 11th of november last Dauphin with ten traders returned from a trading expedition was attacked in Camp in the Forks of White River by a War party of Pawnee Dauphin was badly wounded and in this condition was deserted by his men. The Indi ans overpowered him and took his goods. He then made his. Escape from blackfeet fort to fort Lookout. " Buffalo was plenty. The Sioux had col in cod in bands of 50 to 100 for the purpose of Hunting. The Yanetos Are preparing for War with the Pawnee in consequence of depredations by the latter. War will probably continue All the sea son and there is reason to fear that Cali fornia emigrants going on the North Side of the plate River May fall in with War Par ties. Major Hatten agent for the Sioux is expected Here the last of the month. The Union fur company was successful the first year and bring Over four thousand packs Robe. Pittsburgh april 5, m. River 61 feet and raining slowly. Weather pleasant. Earthquake at Louisville. Lotus Illk april 4, p. M. Tho Shock of on earthquake was experienced Here of full half minute duration pa8t8 0 clock this evening. Cincinnati Market Cincinnati april 5. Flour. There was More disposition to buy this morning and we heard of sales pm canal of 338 bbl at $4,70, 133 do at Sam and 294 do at $4,85. The receipts by canal and Railroad during the 24 hours Are 2471 bbl. ". Whiskey. The Market opens Dull y Ana the sales bib at a Mortner decline. Be. Cei Ved by the Miami canal the Hist 1a 1036 Beta. The sales reported Are 36, 24 20 and 10 pm River at 19f a 180 do pm Cana l atl9ic. It River has risen 5 inches Bince yesterday Annm Meta la All nothing is lost. The drops that min Gle Wun tie Iiona u10 Sand dropped on the sea Sno re the word you have spoken will not be each will have its influence and be Felt till time shall be no More. Have you Ever thought of the effect that might be produced by a single Vord drop it pleasantly among a croup and it will make a dozen Happy to return to their Homes and produce the same Effe on a Hundred perhaps. A bad word May arouse the indignation of whole neigh boyhood it May spread like wildfire to Uro auce . As no word is lost be Carou of you speak sneak kind. Xvi. Inen nuance Iron Mav exert by a by words dropped Monir Uius a 01a is will not Cense when your bodies Lin in the grave but will be Felt wider and still wider As your after year passes away l ital Ful of tote expiring Strug troop hive ventured do. Evenings p Welcome the Theof Chi earful peer legs. A. Signal note from several sped ered songsters Bir d and one morning in ambure Harbinger of spring.,. 1 Gate us touch of his Garru Lity jul. Know lathe was about the by the for More than a we their colors but have riot yet open pro specs. Sofar in this Section is fruit Ali Hougui the season is Rathe Wardal Irest secure in the Promise Spring Tine and Harvest Shell never t the note of preparation is everywhere i for the business of the year and Man pc reason Jcj doubt that the Earth Wilt yield increase 4id All his wants be Abunda supplied i let his gratitude be As constr. And abundant As his Wes sings j of we notice a number of building already Cong up in different parts of the town and preparations for More Active com Merceed. A number of old frames Are changing their location under the guidance of Thos tactic its Ball and Reniger. Ai old two Story no longer grand enough to fro Street we observed a Day or Iff since keeping along Market to take a sir Tion in Jive Low ground on third. Even t inanimate things of this world Particio. In the gyrations of Fortune s wheel a r it during the last week Many Nev and Bright looking lumber rafts from the Allegheny have been slowly floating Pae on the bosom of la Belle Riviere Destine chiefly to build up our towns and cities i. The i St. How leisurely and independently the pass along j varying in length from 200 to500 feet and in. Breadth from 50 t 100 paving 3 01 4 fee in the water c Almos solid lumber piled up with bundles of shingles and with one or More shant3 on. Their Broad surface they stand in fear c no Obj auction. A Snag or Sawyer they Tare but Little about either sliding Over it without Daman or swinging around it to the proud Steamer they say touch us if pc dare a the wary Pilot gives them a wid Berle in compared to the Steamer they re what re brute Force is to intelligence Dangelus when thwarted and opposed but properly directed and con Trotsel a writer in the London weekly nem speaking of the Law of entail and is " formerly a chieftain or territorial mag Nate wis accustomed to support All the members of his family and clan but now. With increased wealth our Laige proprietors have to managed to free themselves in a " great measure from All such onerous responsibilities. Instead of finding subsistence for All of the sane lineage or name they do not so Muchia Sarvide Gene rally for Whir own families. As soon As they possibly can the they threw them upon the care of their kind country and their immense rentals fall in to the hands of their eldest sons and. Into theirs alone. Some of. These favored representatives of Noble or ancient houses pos ses a dozen or half a dozen palaces and 200,000 even 300,000 a year i and Here if Lily very naturally be asked How is Thil prodigious this almost incredible sum Spant 1 perhaps in securing Independence for1 their younger children and All the necessaries end some of the comforts of life for the peasantry on their is tales ?. No such thing. These natural an urgent claims Are almost totally neglected their sons Are placed in Over paid and unnecessary offices at the expense of the Nat Ion these Kielp to constitute the genteel poor fun and which As i remarked in a i Joiner letter is mostly ingeniously Dove tailed into every Branch of department of the Public service. Our 150 admirals is of this artful policy and it Wou he easy 10 Cuil others. Equally instructive pm me Nurco the army and the Colon us the peasants who Wear out Thi strength and lives in cultivating their Fiel .3 in. I j 1nuer me since Ana in 100 Many cases t Ere mastership of their tenants who Beni. Mcnea Wun Uiga rents Are Simost in Stu Ito this severity these unfortunate men Ati hardly allowed enough to keep soul a last moments of John Clauw trn want Notov april lg2.he last Woi of or Calhoun were am resting now yer easily none of Bis family i save one War present Flor v enable of Worth Carolina Trio occupied the next room was called and came in. Or Calhoun extended Hir band. His eyes were very Bright and he Vns perfectly conscious but did not Spenk a Venable found that he had no vhf Iid he poured part of & Glass of Madarin Iru Thoun raised i head drank it m in sunk Back upon his Pillow. Mro do Wallace of South Carolina Cam. When Tho door closed or Calhou turned his eyes in that direction and it. A pct of Pyrro thierr Lent in i. He squeezed his son s hand co Vuu vely. His lips moved and eyes were very impressive but his voice could not be Hoard and when someone Lenn Jid Over him is if listen he moved Bis head is if to soy if ingot sneak. Iii Rebl Hinnir was Verv unfit Fiul min Kiln. Inc a 1. Iu4iu cum it hid Usu diff y Ine hand rested upon his breast and he t Isea me Omer Ana p Acea it once or Toner r j in his head Jast Rush. I j 1 in til it i it was the last and All was no he hied As East Naan in conscious until the inst s we of life the body Wun a Law a a i Offin and deposited us in tha Chi " Gressional Bury off and where tort h s children Sre b terrain t until Uio Wishy of Nhoun i s known

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