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jjf iticr & Masitua-nfaker,
I1 VFOKMS p"Mir. 'that lie (us jut r
rehie4 tM V tOllKfy PHlUlDELr
tywill tti'Cflte work m ihn farimis" branch m of
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Ttrp Ordf fin a distance will b atrickly
Urfti to and rncfrif Ureas cirefally pack-
Wind wnt oil aroruiii2 to, ilirecUoni , j,,
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Sdabary.prU 30.I183G. j
JLETftSSTfe CZOTUEB JOHN- SO. I, ;
J ! . (Oontioned.) i . lit
Vhitecha'nel Charchyard, JvMVD;1 1830
It Wil be conrenicnt to aUte here that
lliere are contained in the body two kind
ht Mood differing from eaclr oilier jis in licb
; any ' Itfa1 tl Jrigtroit well diflef Th?
iifie it a! beautiful, bright rerinilion colour
jteeraing with the Kving principles preg-'i
nant triih all thoie eleraenu from iwblch
ie whole of the body and all its fluid; ex-
icfpt on, are elaborated, and in a coudition
readily and inaunUy to part with'thosejef
ttneni,each at the proper moment and
Itch in llie proper place, accordingly j as
the nutrition or the sereral parts or the bo
lljr requires them. "This rermilion blood
ls as it Werei, in a state of excitement, be-
itfg turcjiargtd not with the principles of
electricitji but with the principles of Ixcing
matter ; and as it circulates tliirough the
inlnute vessels parts with those living 'el
ements with tlie . readiness and freedom
wth which a highly excited body parts
with its iefectricitv; This blood is convev-
ei in jrefsels called arteries. The other
kind of blood is a nasiyr thick, purplish.
blockish! .inky puddle, unendowed with
any goo( quality, endowed with many per
ni;ous mies, productive of much mischief,
but guiltless of aoy one good with . which I
am acquliniedV;8ave oulvtljat from it the
biu? is'lcmed, This blood is contained in
velsels called veins. Some of i the princi
pal differences between arteries and reins
at4 the fijdlowin? : -The arteries carry the
living blood from the heart to every point
oftthe body,; ThV veins, like io many
Waste pipes, jcarry the deteriorated, dirty.
and' if 1 riiayf so apeak, dead and useless
b&ipdJroriTt jetrery point ofihe body to the
heart. The; arteries arising by one f larie
trubk from the heart, become s mailer arid
smhller as they pursue their course towards
Pardon this earnestness Y and if I hare
somewliaV tedioiis or tautbl6gicaliou
most'pardon ihat ; loo, for ! tjimfexfodfafr
ly anxious ,'tHit y onj Hould obtain ijaij''.
tihci conception of thV'nawre o ther ujt?T
mate tissue ; otherwise 'shall; havei lost
both my time and lahonrt and : it will . Joe
impossible for! you to understand me when
I come to speak if diet, the conduct of life
as it relates to the preservation jot ; heaiin,
.Um. mZl .r.li.o.a Jtrm Jbi. ll'nr arhirli
K SUGAR CR EEK?M BCK h UXp VllQ
I A ; MUSTY, irf cAUp his A.' ; vj .
MRS. M- A. CiL0VVKliL, espfeiful)y
linftifms the piibh that sh has jtist e'ntifr-.
riw he dutiea.of her Sutntter J5fssin,--fA
uniwol jfonuj IadiesBia-e already lxen re
wrBui an assisianj can ubiaio-d at any
ixrtihe will continue lo receifM popjl at any
filiJjrinj the 6essioK (a terjn of 5. months )
Hi4 mula only frou their tme of entrance
Iatischtw!,are taught the unportan' branch
h Win' English EJUcaiion, both: useful, and
r.KWtidaI. " ' . ; ''
UriHiitjcin be obtaihed in genteel -families
Jhmrtirmation offthose at a distance, sbe
i.!Jol4rT that Itie.tttnti6n in vliich this
4J tiubt, is abottt three! rcileel north of
CU:litreniarkably fiealthfi and in a neizh-
Miinf 4iungaished fr the ciod morals of its
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nirM. AM cmTeQieQ? io( lue Presbyterian
rfU M A; CALDWELL. !
NBWi BOOKS. i
T1CRNER & HUGHES have just received
a UiBfgliuwins ne'wknd. intereaiinW n,-.b
!, the last end of the Tribunes bv K. Li.
fy'HuotiogToSirs, interspersed with
luieterjilic anecJotes, sayiogs and do-
71' spomiig men, including notices 6t
k incipaCrackfllidera of Enoland. i
w Aressof Ftdai and other tales. 2 vols.
tropreas by V. liennett
vnji Library tor 183 6: bound
AVi Life f Scott I
weir Life cf Johhaon
111 Life uf filabop feber !
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n!if America I i
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rV Manual ! ? -
Clarke h I
rftksftBd Disasters at Sea,
tngraftng. in .! V":'
SPtttinterWt Table. ,
'tePecul Abaftmiy . :
r ! lcikmarvioctavo !
ness of the poet mind up tri the furious
rfiM; y incursQio lusamiy, uu us seal in
the physical structure or physical dtsorrani-
ziljon jof ihnbraia.1 And what are all tbtse
ssrytn? shades of tnsanitv bot so mariv be
culiantic3 6f character, taking the name of
rccwtncatw i woue ,iney are .DUi st!2Di:y
marked and armless ; of insanity hen
deeply marked and dsngerOus; land of pa
ilmmusctiUr; fibre,U;,d whicou tl tbel fffleiii.fr tC
Win ofl the meat, has lhKJY J! Sb?, 10
rtermination. 1 he veins, arising from
ther innumerable terminations of arteries, be-
cqme arerfrarrer as thy proceed. The
arteries, therefore in the netghbirhoou of the
hefrt.frorn vhich,as I have just aaid.thev all
are by One: commtm root, the aorta.) are
large anuj lew ; but from the sides of these
tlitfe are pej-petually given off smaller and
emitter bi;andiet while, from these smaj
ler,;otliers, -still smaller than they, coniin-
uej to arise, and go on until the whole
are finally lqst in indistinguishable minute
ness, nf'i V ' !
i -Vhi!i fthff arterips nrp in flii cfnto nf
tenualion, their course is exV
nous ; they recoil upon them--
are ; circiunflexed hither and
there is scarcely a point in the
is not occupied by one of
fessels. After Iiavintr tbns mrL
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meateu tne qniversal body, they lose the
characteristics of arteries and assume the
structure of hieing. The termuidtions of
arielies"arB I the beginning's of veins. Thil
termination of arteries in veins can be seen
byjihe aiq of the microscope, in the frog
and'salamanper. In some fishes it can be
seen with title naked eye. The arteries
neajheirj termination ami the veins neat
ther' begin'mng are many times smalle
than the finest hairs, and this hair-like
state of miririteness constitutes the ultimate
tissue of the arteries and veins and so the
tissue vtformetl by the nerves and absorbent
eHe'ls, -'Wjhile- in-. their last state of mintue
ness, consiitiites the ultimate tissue of the
nerves and absorbents, and that beautiful
the nriirin .of disease! &e
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have a direct reference to this ultimate, tis
sue. It is besides the most beauuful, .the
most wondeinilthe'mbst important iktc
ture in the human i jfabrici manifioentV
its very simplicity, stupendous $n!its miii
uteuess, and iiti is the secret chamber in
which nature conducts all her hidden oper
ations. Hither are brought and dealt with
by that subtle and mysterious Operator all
the . elements necessary j to the production
of aNewtoii, a Milton, a Plato, or a Moh
taigne, a Uabelaii7 a Democritua ; a How
ard, or a Itubesneire a Richard the' First
of England or a" Lrniis I the ElevertU ht
France ; a Napoleon,- a Peter, la Lear,
GuneriL a Kalstaff : a rzenius or a dunce ra
martyr fur religion or a murderer lor pelfi
a fanatic or a fool. The! physical is the
father of the moral man : and il is quite;
true, Quod animi mores temperamenta
seauantur s and no less true is that " rtxU
osophu has been in the wrong not tt deS
tend more deeply ititu physical vtan ;4-
there it is that the moral man ties cvnceaU
v J the outward man is only the shell oj
the man toimmS
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lo alter a inau's moral ' cbancter. you need
only alter hi physical cuuditiun.) J ake tlte
brave and ha tdy "mountaineer frutn bis hills lap
nun in luxury -let nun tw ted.on,U4iuur8 auu
couched on down let bis luibtby be soondeii by
ine sou oreaiung oi iiie iascitiu lute,' in
steid ol the wild music of the wrusiiinv wind.-f
you will noon reduce him, first physically an(i
ibeh morally, in the roturi-t but belpleas condt
tion of the turtle-fed imbecile aUerman. lo a
few years replace him ou his mountain lop ei
him beside in firmer coin pan ions show hiul
the aggressor against bis rights, the oppressor ol
his race bid hi in meet and repel jhe commou
enemy. JJehold I his cwirage hasOeu, the lo4
of liberty and independence is dead wiihiu biin
tbespiruof freedom sleeps ; he trembles aud
yields, preferiug the indoicnew of slavery to the
toil necessary to preserve him tiee. It may be
said that courage is but 'one of the moral qua Ik
ties : true but it is one on which laany oiherl
deiiend; Courjre results from a consciousness
. of physical strength, and cowardice liom a c n4f
j scuMJSiiestt of , physical weakness, l'ho atrong.
will uul hun danger, because he feels biuiseif
cot uje tent to resist and repel it. The weak maul
kiiowing hiiiiscil unable to surmount danger by?
ay exe cise ot strength which he does nut pus
sess, will resort to other means of preservation
to petty cunning, wily stratagem, mean subier '
tuge, lyin, and .circumvention Thus the vtr-1
lue- winch are directly opposed to 'these vices;
all depend upon courage at iast, to a uonsidera j
bie extent ; and courage depends on piiysical
strength, the size of ! tlie heuri and Uunus, th
firinuess of the heart's structural libre, aud thef
liveliness and energy with which circuUti.m and
animalization is pertormed. The loitilude with;
which the Indian savage endurei'toriure at the
stake, 1 snail endeavor to tiow by and by is
clearly the result of his physical coiidiuoii. Ill
luay be objected, that we have numerous instan
ce of uudoubied courage in meo possessing but
little physicat streugih : but this objeciioii will
not hold. When the noble scion of a uoule house,
the nursling of luxurious ease from bis cradle,
goes out to tight a duel, is it because! he loves
danger for the sake of the pleasurable excitement
ilatlurdx ? No. Is il because hejs indifferent
to danger? No. What is ill then Which urges
him on ? It is the fear of disgrace;; it is ihe
dread of being hooted from that sphere of society
in which he moves ; it is his fear oil the liiigei
of scorn which impels him : this, therefore, is
not courage j in is is reur i it lie! refuse to
fight, he Knows that he will be degraded from
triotism wheri theeuect of- the ruling
sion is to benefit the state; though that
lefit bd purchased at the smalf 1Cit'of
lrtestructioa?1 AVaf m the Roman miiivrhtv
in inucr u siiuw.uij enemy. tto Jtttie. be
cared lor his threats' of punishment, , tbrusf
fits own nana into me nre and held it there
till It 1 was consumed? i Codrus. . the! last
king ol Athens, allowed himself purposely
to be killed by one of his enemies,the llera-
clid, because the oracle had declared that
the yicjojy should be Wn by Smaf 'nation
whose kisg should be slain in battle. ! Co
llMiuifV iMiiucu uy iurj III ICTiaUl IISJ III Ull I hie nalAhia viu.4 tal.t iAr ..f l,vU
lion, will be dtsiruyed. It he fight he has a
chance to escape, and if he escape his character
as a manor courage is established. His, there
ud he chooses to
the two. If he
r'iR.t,A.i,' ,i. , . j I ouiu avotu uoin evus, assureciy ne would do so.
oi the bouy. r or all that wlurh appears . lt: . i. ! m i . ,c T
. i ! - 11- e i v I ut lhls is not courage ! 1 he mere act of fibl-
Ininiip awak en H trv nml .nlil I m I
"' fc-Vtir,u,"7'm, ,,u VH.ul,,e log does not : cousliiule hr iverv. li U the teel
cepug tW -Jones) is almost entirely cpri- mg, the inward .feeling which he carries with
sistmg of lilts astonishing network of mini- htm to the field, it is this which constitutes true
tile -Vessels phd nerves. This network, or I valour. The rankest cowaid that ever ; lived
delicate and hair-like threads, viz. ar
teries, veins; nerves, and absorbents in
their minutest condition, constitute the tif.
firnJfe rnue! of the body, and this tx?mafe fure 18 choice oJ lwo ev,u
fisilecontimtefi in fact, nearly the whole fih. M be!' he .8 efli
dr us, therefore was a patriot. - j Had be done
the same thing fiora sadness of heart, weari
ness of the world, or sunpli to please him
self; he vould have been a suicide and a
marfman. 1 !' I- 1 I . ;? : ' !- r
Tbelmoral qualities are; therefore, at least
to a great extent the oOspring Jof physical
Structure. I know that! moral causes may.
and olten do, produce physical disease; but
this does not weaken the argument, for i
child may destroy its parent. The quail
ties of j the mind, &Ho, may be mod i tied
improved, trained, and properly directed by
religion and education, but so, , also, may
tlie chihf 'of one parent be Curtured and ed-
ucaleil by another, j M i I
One f the most familiar instances of the
influence of physical information on mor
al character is to be found tn the fact, that
all the most courageous and ferocious am-
.i i. ; . , ,
mals have a heart remarkably lare and
strong in proportion to their size, while the
weak and timid have hearts oropoitionallv
eondcctit. I hate as
assertetl br I fanli to find witb-ih.
hm.I. . It.. . . .
Ruvsch to i-.i. lu.rjrrr'f-"". Moa w"iBe?? ;
i ..'My wMa huib; Dunaies ,oiIDeariraitrvedhtmafrsnltirn f v.iit.
nMofa i..J.. --. JI Hi' I .i T ' I- . " " ' " - r !
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yciainute tubelike tiihaira of lour MfJ la cooqaef ibe ITl
neau, , every, one of whirh 1 marched about amoo them.
know is. hollnw. -i RiiMllJM:. I and science as ever caaii did.
jc5 digrutv J :
iiencral Ma- 4'
action as fast is' a
KU II II W WW M . i i T
which, h, u, err in of io- STrSJS?-
what ,wd) b?
.u. uui iia l "vkmbiww rutii icraimDinp.i. rui.i.A
miser, refused to divulge his fseWrt, though mnlHJ telltwil mllkios more at Icaav.
UroA airt ..r mn L' lr!2l:i t ! n 1 AS this f Was 'war f tr thm 1 Tlt.A C.tl.i i..-f"
:r& - vuvy wrfa uueieu-nim.' il i .i ' ' t , . "I J2r vlcie"it-
,iV nal X nave said of the red raw fltsih.is I nart Hat r -rn--: t ..
t so trueor the hort( ,ter-toeetaM
animais. , r r tn internal structure t the I !W"B oeorgia and Alabama are excU-
bones is honey combed and hfohU snonzoicL
anoiiieir cells every where hi filled with
yejwels and nerves, i From all this there re-
su lis another consnuenre. Which is this:
mat nearly the wh!, ,r ihn hswU innie.
tniof tubes, and these- tubes tbeirn filled
. r-ii . b
witli nuid. a verv UrTH orotic! inn . .if Ithe
whole Ody must consist aljtutt.' Tnis,
tKJ, is true. If von take a oiece of htiman
musi le (that is, what yod rail ' in meat, the
lean nnrtl of the Siza ami tliiAnM iif mn
stvely interested. If this be modo.. ,kl
other halea done if will certiinlv t i
more, as the Creeks are stronger than theSetv
n otea 4.O0O.C00 ar thl verv ldwat Mii.ii.j
oWl my proposiiiuob to take this Waf opin
nttaet. If the General Government w III M '
eight hundred thousaad dollars io mnA h t
inoney(drarw on pet banks will not be received J
I will engage (wttbout any 'extra allouani t
drive every Creek out tif the two styei; Wrlcn
than six; mcMiths: I will! just take a couple iA
coUw-epauletted ColoneIs4at of our pint woods, f t
with xm mtnv rr!mnt I fr.m
win become no thicker than 'a sheet of pa- J f ab Indian, acamper out of the naUon like rabiu
per. . in pi t, lullyj five-gixtlis bf the body I ,roni wood nre: and (if you 11 close the contract
are riui.u The next large ttdportion con- "ei w"yvq over that louay nvi
sists of Ithe solid matter .wvun Ithe hav '! buT Pulsions) 11? engage that every
n-rves and the coats of lessllfc "iV nature- r
maimr ts oo trifling for cnsiktionu
I M - 1 rte.dnoking--'iIayaetu. traeeebain-ehootirr i:
b jfutuiuii. ui owamp ior swamp, bosk
".' 1 ! 1 Kof oash. tree tor tree, give 'em mum besides.
! Fnmthe JK VlUelaiL
Thoughts on Puffery and
Tnere is a secret ; abMitlpunefy which
public at urirH d.i iiotu'iuersian
been susijerted of puflins, when
iibpci lo fill their citlqruna, iir to
it ' ' -
smaii. in is as lmoossioie lor an annna
with a small flabby heart to be bold and
strong as lor two and two ta equal five.
I am glad to crceiye, by some late pub
in auons, mat me triitn ol mis doctrine is
beginning to be admitted, and I trust it wil
not be long . before parents can be made to
understand that the only certain method o
assuring to children a vigorous and heatthi
mind is, first of all, to allow them the op
portunity ol acquiring a vigorous am
healthy bod. Let tbein bo assured; too.
that those who begin by cramming a child',
memory (for judgment is out of, the ques
tion) wuh a qiaDtity of bad French
and worse Latin, together with the terms
mWt rvfAilfVsi 1 aa llias rl4rii,oi . i w n
n m.m mmm a -m H , B. II m mm m mmm mn. Ml W m m Wm m - r - a i ,
i. it L !i . I V.iii li vp iiiiL nnlv milted ihtt niKes of his aub-
wiiicii. viicr nil. me? iuii uiiiy ic-arii u ic-I . i. ij
& adherents, hut no one has ye explained the
jrand fiiiiUnHiial Pcrel of the hjng. It is one
of the methods o( getting a Uvin; il I .
hL iittirsare ceitatuly the eitaies of the age.
'Tne whole wr'.d ar afiafd o ijbem. Courts
a-id cani4 handle them a 'a. bo 'Would a bee I
N.i one ever tearded themhiil A rslij Butler ind,
when the at irutnn shall have landed the end
1 1 all things, if there kIuII h : nf noise sube
q iently, it will be the indign; nl, irrepresit)le
cry of M'irif ne of the fraiefti 'y agamsl thai
c'laruVing actress and gifted latij . 1
An Kdiii:r is dangero-is bHaIe he is not him
s 'If merely, but Tfe in ihn rtnlxjili" d Uikt., the
essence, the tangible repxeseiiiatjvi of, you know
ml how many thousand otfierf people. If ymi
strike hurt, you strike innitneraile lamilips. 5 II
y mi pull his imish you have polled a hundred
ihonsandniHes, women's audi cittldrfn 6 included
in want of a
" . .- . , , 4 I I serheis, but of his readers and admirers.
fv,- r-rr .Ti i 7 - . - "."r. r" r To resume the first brane of our aarjeci,
derstanding; let them, I say. be assured that D lffifrv u has iznm n into I bnsu' ess. It h
those who thus Jegin,i by seeking to inSkehi, in-eo.hings, like commrci jit ifjan in
a child so very,! tert wise, will end, in! all I ni nenble5 series of exper:mehtand snrculatione
human nrohuhililv. bv! making liim a fool. I It v a faeit eip tract between?lh.e pWer and the
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The truth U fiiend llickfirv. we dout warn nir
impurted Generals, to learn us bow u fight lit.
rtians, We-Iearned a little about that at Brarf
dock's deleat.- Jast hand, over jvfur war to
co wn rivers, and let us manage it io our own wav
and we'll show you a thin or iui thii u-i,5
tickle you so that you'll , not curse anv more f
a week. But la! vou knbw what wa am if u:L
nave qui nan a chance.
And look what a saving to
friSB HAffaaaMi !
mm W llUICIIIIUrill.'
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All the puiilw ahooting ir ais saved, all the cUbl
tug, all lue proviAonio; and tub ac
TWO IlUKOftCD THOrSAKD DOLL1M
This is another sort of contract to your rip lan. j
u urai tiovu jioUj immeuiaieiy, ;
; BOB SHORT.
P. S. I hope you'll let ine have the refusal a
the Seminole war. Til take that at half price
four huodred thousand.
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I have been seduced by this bewitching sub- PD- tuhe ellrd that the ht win rninjne
rrW,inn. hot lt n r- ' "2t' t6 ,aUer Wl11 '"insf puHed.
ject into a long; digression
turn to the arteries and veins.
The arteries ramifying )n every direction,
like the branches of the tree from their com
mon root in the; heart, and having shot their
Watch the newspaper, arjd fubferfre how ihey
O'l'iint that way. An editor wants a pair of boots.
M irk H i jv t lift pMcteding. lleho d the ?xperi
m tual paragraph : " j
Mr. Wlu'na, N 50 Bpwerv; makes the
minute and hair-like terminations into every j m t uneomuninly atlmirabln boot
part of the body, so that you cannot inseit
the point of thet finest needle without
wounding one or more of them These hair
like veins Cwhich are merely a continuation
of hair-like arteries With an alteration tn the
tin. U;her Units are srtiod.bui t
Mr. W o anis are peculiarly ex'ellent perfect
ly bnllijfii ! We learn thath4 has discovered
nfiv wa v of nrennrinr leather Jso ihat it wears
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t:ree times longer than that n common use.
Mr. W loins' boots absolutely llai a man Ins
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structure of their coats) soon begin to unite I :ftime. There is really no wear jitu n them.'
i'l i W . -l am. I k 1 . -BIAS
two into pne,to form larger veins. These
larger reins again presently unite two or mote
into one, to form larger still; and so on, un
til all the veins bf the body have united to
gether, and So formed wo very large ones
Under these circumstance,! what will Air
Wiggin ;do t " What can Vtr. jWtgins do?
Air. Wiggins is fairly penne ihto a corner.
Thre is but one way out. II if irresistible, in
eviiable. Mr AViggins -is 4 cwstrncted.'ef
atone, or ahv other impenetrable material. He
- - .-si i : .
ate tissue of the body, owes its com
will fighl it he knows that instant death aiteuds ;, nm J- ihatrtiriM nniM9 can.
- ' jm a !IIa mmm kem 1 that t h ar&a t ffo.kV ioa.ivAV an I: .9 11
lis oeing nrmiy compressed ifrocilifi. That is, they possess the powei
en, to its being well and accu- J"JC-J " True courage 0 fdsTprorJ
.:.ui.:i th loves danger lor ihe sake ot the excitement it at P1 constructing upon jauu ao prupviiiog
which empty themselves into the beaiU One I jfieah and bluud; His friends Isontfratulate him
Ol ine granu oistinctions men oeiween veins; i He smiles and simpers across tne couniej. oiran
Innd arteries is,that while the arteries arising J gers cam in and ak 'if this gh Wr. Wiggf ns'
from the heart multiplied in number and shop I IT saying that they hte seen -an artic-
.. i J i 1 li n1 want n nxircit thiiSn ' boot a lit
aontntsiea tn stzr,uniu iney navereecocu,"' - Ii or c 7 W.
..i ... it .1.; I Of cours. Mr. Ed nor finds wt bis table the
Vv uioiluuiu as v at wivwu av was
sue,the vtensarisingrom the ultitnate tissue
are constantly becoming atminiinsa in num
bers and increased tn tb, until they have
t eached and carried! their blood to the heart.
Another general distinction between ar
Anew order of Fanlb$ticals.U appears
that down at Brunswick in Maine, where
Bo-wdoin College is, all the students, medi
cal and otherwise, by a (tie law were order
ed out at the May Training. They demur
red, but came out as warned, and scot
ding to previous agreement made a most
laughable aflair ol it. ITbey suspended
huge Qig from the vane of the meeting
house four yards long, with the word BeY
I urn inscribed on it in jarge capitals an
other on the spire of the chapel and a third
from the college yard, j 50 turned out, ar
rayed in the most fantastic and ridiculous
manner, their invagination aud ingenuity,
which had been at work! a week preparing,
could conceive. Some fwere in drawers-
bf any man In I somein shirts some witht heir clothes turn
hone made by 1 ed wrong side out, bedizjeened with ribbons
some wore moustaches half a foot long,
and whiskers made of buffalo skin. . Some
had painted hats S or 4 feet high armed
with fire pokers, fyc. The banner of the
Freshmen had the picture of an ass size of
life another, the motto j Death and Victo
ry. The Juniors a full grown hog rode by
an officer the medical Students a skeleton.
The band of music bore one with the Devil
Fiddling, and tin horns and conch , shells
for instruments. When; the names of the
company; were called, they all shouted
hcre! at once, and the ; scene is t! escribed
throughout as inconceivably ludicrous to the
spectators and all concerned.
Woo York Start
Ik v ; v asu a ou aincreni Kinos,
Pwi i vanity of other ! Books. 1
twule hv :i ... , . . , l-
1 UlLNEu fit HUGHES,
' -IrY ot
it1 . i
! " .. ,
jau tvicuatu iuc v in not oeen i alternate jconiracnon ana expansion cuoat
, would lie have Ueu the Arro I intM th- nnlae ' I The veins are simDlv and
behave courted dagger aS be L mU-uU latUJ "Xliimrlv ellstie bbdv
le-handed ? 1 hav said thai I K 3 : tITlr"i i.. "i
Call UUiy .UHivfc tut umuv wvu tc
The ' aiteries i canvcor
Riciuan Pi W looms,
Soot and Shoe maker Ao CO Misery, Opvo-
l From the Georgia Sentinel
j .'NO. o3,l
TO GENERAL JACKSON,
. -m-m . .
aearest my heart. 1 tie liberal and nanasome
n 4ice taken by you of my boots, etimmands my
thanks. 1 be sir, that you will call at my shop.
er I accept a pair of the best my shelve can supply .
andlinlerwdven. to its beimr well and arrtU ? iorwarj. true courage If, .m l , A .A I am.rrfy dear sir. very graielelly and resptet-
flii.;rL;(k (i..:.t . i ? Moves danger lor me sake oi tue exciiement it at r -mfM,,rv""s .rr-r-. " T r-rnv-si i rap,T , juUf obedient and homwesery-i
rat el V- nlleu witrr fluid, i nrinnnallv hlnndJi I., . . . . . il. . ..a sr I- ""f wt" r
-. i-i ' VI "r . V , - - I lords loves u lor me same reason mat men love i"CM uiwj, v, i.vihS ..,..
anjdjto the crrcurnstance of its being every- wioe: loves it. too. for the glory consequent on iizevand contractimr again; and soon. This
UfhHr0 IlinnnrtP'l h.lil Iniral h.p nnnlomail I II. J l...l i l..l.i- L.," .IS..- i 1 ' . k- i. ; J J ! -.
-;.$. ill . vhiv.i , vuiuaiiibui I overcozning i. - a
and as it yee, closely stowed awav in the the giant tie was
celU of the cellular substance. I he was? Would
j. t. - .J" I did, alone and atng
uer uuiaiii a cicar notion oi . me j,,i ,,., U..--i;.- -r
ance. its universality and ad .r.n. u.-t. ticci.cupfi 1 1 ? .liim. ., I ousiy expaoueu,
tiancy it possible for an anat- courage, and he was high-minded aud generous tciWOUf previous expansion, s nis
a iinelv-Dointed inatrnmehtl in a fault. H aouoht toaccoinnlish all hi nH I bower thef OWC tO'.wbit IS Cllled COTUttCLC
to t)ick awav everv nart nf vnnr hm v 1 oDenlv.avowedlr. and hoaorablv. because he felt I tilUii. The veins; therefore, have no pulse:
wtitcii ts not cellular substance i what re
mained woujd be of course cellular sub
stance onlrVjanu you would present exact
ly! fiie appearance of a mzn'made bf honey
comb or sponge. But if this - spongy : re-
f this Society with the Wilt of fif of yM were perfectly would
ruvidencl will take nlaceon ihel lo light that the sigh jha butterfly in
w, in the presbvteriap Church I loye would f be sufficient to scatter it to the I battle men nof ;nysicoWi nm have frequently I when the blood bis been squeezed onward
tout winds 1 or tieaven. .Notwithstanding I penormea teaia w graimwus ana ncauea-ior towards the Heart by tne: adventitious cans-
oextdav a note. ;---' . ?! T . . - -
.JlyoW--although I hSfe not th honor telractcfa Utter received at .Vcw rbrlfc.cfei
of your personal acquaintance Itake the lb- f Losnok, 1 4m Mxr, 1S3C.
tyof addressing you on aubjHet which lies , i . -.'
Dsin Geksral :
There Is not a man in these United States I will, we think, continue ao for some time, par
Jdx : JiCDO has just Concluded a bargain on
behalf of the United Stales Bauk, which mty
possibly have some efiectj on your exchanges :
The coodiuonsof the birgaio are these : that the
United Stales Bank issu4 bonds to the exieotof
one million sod a half sterling, -4100 sterling
per bond, redeemable at three periods of 12, 19,
and 24 months, in equal rfoponiohs, with inter
est payable io London, at 5 per centboth the
interest and principal to be paid without' refer
ence to lbs exchange between the cotmuir-u
It has not yet transpired j how the transmission
of this sura will be conducted, whether- in specie
or by the bank drawirg.i
Business appears to be going on prosperously tn
th country, oat money is more ;o demaod, ar.d
Sell 6 oil Union.
I u.. i;irM!KM., kii.. ihm I Ad ru,i m. mM liu I tieularlv if t'ne oDeiaiion! above alluded to ahoubi
nimaeii auie vo no so. uia oroiner ounn was a and consequently lime or no power io pro- j - .v , . v t " imA in ' a; . v
coward, and how did seek to atplUh iW L w-oli goarthet to serve yo But T do not be Conducted in spcciemmcim
objects r;-Why, by every species cfiow and Id-enMb like.yon wsU enotrgh f worsip Jy.Hf- ' ' FROi7l!oRIDAv '
cuunia2 vnUoy,notBtoppim rbe truth i FROM FLORIDA.
Had John been ob luch M t"100 of rou:,e M04nd is. you are an honest. wellmewi..g iodependeni, 37is Jiandai the Block House Relieved.
"3 aRieu ie.tnotie old man t tbeje aSyour trirtaes, . TaixaH4,sf , May $0. 1856.
the' lion-hearted, and Richard the craven cow; neighborhood, t a dependent posJUon, &d all told ; But y.m are petulerii. f 'eduloos. in- Our country for tb present is very qoict.
.,a Anr.; hL.k.i.m.iih.in.U.c.u.i fvuL . Min.' thfnrJ whieh: Anfiiiatcatlcasilv duped, desperate t Vou have We have heard nothing of the enemy for two
aSWIMf aajS J W mm- VM SU V MCJIU til I ;aV UW W - -mrm mm mm w w , w W -
i i - r
ir. . - . V vwucviTO nikll.i, UD !- j
'r'i,,Hted to iukI.i nAa -mV f aam
1 CilAS.L. TORREJiCE.- U' uf WulfJ subslanc1e and onld MM trumpet clang, the panoply Twar tba maVtul f In body ebicb ia not 4Dccupied
.w.n.t.w mK rvt t-Your eppoi-1 weeks that is entitled to credit.
m t iks iriflr ttr if it bad been 'earlier). I An ex Dress retched us this moraing froin I h?
your veto of the Bank Bill, ylor resistance to the mouth of the Wythlacotebeeivin os the gral
tuternal smpruv.-roetit system., were measures I tiffing intelligence that Lieut. Colonel Read, at
wLieb eoset voa with honoris Aria you nave I tne neat ot 19 or 00 men, no w
Secretary! pro tern;
toi lee it proyed by actual experiment on 1 music, the stir, the life, the uproar all aroondJl vessels and nervea,' It follow
yotir own person, only let me know.and 1 1 pours into the heart a resistless tuU, ts it were;! that there is scarcely any point
i at r.'r7l newat Wesley
; i m
v 4 i i m a ri
i-1 I :vur?lii
Sddresses ire expeciedTServicea y6w have now a1 tolerably accurate idea of
iaS'l 1 trieftJl uaili: fittta.-f If ryont hare not I
Q3o! ;- ; ...Ui.,;. , j ,., ) .- ,, ; paVrou tc Kfer .back and read again ; and
av this pfficciifi)
eyery now and then shut your eyes, and ao
endeavor to ascertain whether you cieany
nnt7riuina'wnai tou just rxau or ou,
. ncl dtfiii if i& and nerrc
red raw flesh, that which appears toyool . T rW.it thi-. t?u and 1 know to be
fhdloissL tStlia fscUkUtecba thanalu-. mtazaad the wbe;tr.bEf miserable.
Wonderful and eoffltnet tkrae of nertes I fawniatr iva.aaats who crouch at foui feeti al
and hence these instances of courage in tba weak" i and hollow inbcj firmly compressed and I so know it to be true, iboes the J wte-liveied.
""a mmg pecsra m angr. i a: man uocer I inattea toexner. ; ine oniy fpoiia pana i ""T r -"r.i r
tne tnnoeace of rage not only peanl but rcaUu the nertous threads; a little cellular tab-1 lv "i C" " l , V ,;)tfc.
ceeapestat trebUthe pbyateal pawel which ha fcance.? jand thd ! delicate membranes ;fot -I l;EZ2 Si
caacemmaad when cslmv''?'"1 -'C" "ii ". I " itJL i.itJL .ijM-f tt I . leecormaeod Vis your caasiosrauoa ta
will come prepareu wiu a pruper insiru-i" uciiucueigj,u tua umi,uwvicdi iouiai frjoea
melt,amlhgin topick away whenever you mipalse, propeU ihe blood tea streauf of triple nd
plelse. Only, Imy dear -John, .. when I I vrr l t7. a Ul,if '
hav donf picking. I will by no
derlake tb out vou together ccain. 1 trust 17".
icommand fecalnu r y TT
Madness injaU iti adefb ccre 1 We Utlstloeed
byino meals proceed toa wcohd, sentence Jeenmdtyi through s wandcj.leTcniihcsa are porous at leist the blood-1 ia Fluiiia, which aomebbW or) other iidt I Florida la wr
before yoal hiTd fully uudersidod the first.1 tofA wild totaagwunrs. sad cuiinj coodi. treb. Evto thu which snatbtsbts call1 work jkhutasegfc we had three fjoitcd States era couotry.
I - t s 1 :- ' ' 1 '? i s . ' i ' - ;
is a i
mA m sainM fJld t own, w&o were at the last
accounts snecapassed by the enemy. He will
hm-mt heme asraia in a few days, and we are pte-
paring to receive the ga!snt handful of men who
Lave fjcgbt far so many weeks the whUe dree
f the eoemy, with the honors they deserve
My old acheolfellow. Dr. Samoel A. T. Lstv
recce, was the sargeon cf the gsrnson relieved.
His relations and friends in Savannah will ne
doabtbe ranch rejoiced to hear of his safety. Tto
people who abandoned their pUmatjias in JefT r
eon coonty.and the Crunt't of this cwrnty. b
tnosllv returned, and the dwtrtct 4 JIMU
Florida la now as quit t as any paft of the fcwV
. i .; f