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the urn" of, 'is e ri p i i n : JTw o 'Dollar
1 I TH'ty Onts without micviation,
Hf'tPf ihf?; cxpiralioii of -Three Months.
l-hpVJI IJill for ; A Jvdrtisfineii!'.' Jub-
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i Work or riuVfription.i conslen-d j due-
c-jitiranit-J, ex :cpl iigainsi Umisp wiiu
tTtTtNi ti;i5?i will be sent oui.oli'.Ue
' Ijj nuy. iu!fss p iiJ fjf i
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The Plrt Bdb1.'
KY MfwS JAXE WCAVEB.
t.
You never1 saw ' iliijithii'g
comess; tjistt ; you Uiflu'
turously; hugging anil
old schoolmate, Mary Thorn- child, -it isWih its weight, in gold
ilvanep.
i ni
r . ;
!.' i.rh rfintiniULUCe.
Sve LI lie,
filly
Sqj- Per.,
l J . v :...:n
ctarJ TJiirlJ' I.-lir-4 tor a wiho'e
J(J !mii,jTwcniy I!l;M-sf1rt.ue Ialf,
)'ca Iiil ?;! !r oiif-ipuner. Aj ifri
Wiwi v!'rt te Term -under any circiuil:
'ftxii.es. J ' ; :
ij1'1i6 pjriviiejro of Ye!i-1 Adverters is
.', rLlnti ilLed lo lUcrr Cir;l l iimcdltlc auu j
3 . . f . :
inn is not ConsiderpJ as io-
la iij tiat of Hs ii.Jivi.lual iiifinbeis;
EAua.4icie.:a..'d.Jas.:rr-c Do!
:tr.; te ;iji i -i .Urnuce in Eotry Case
C7--AdvrJij -liif-nis : n ' maited u na liic
.H!i'inipr Jf liiseii.-iif -wlini lianUtfd
bi? ci i(.'i
tXiirtid.
ley, Jmd been married; 'nearly two
ye,irs,vhen I .made my! first call . I6n
hdrmlier capacity oi' al'mother.
But Uici crowing mirudle'df all was
when, ftiiby' began! to walk. - Its
learning .to, creep had betlu duly her
Did voii ever see such a darliair?' i aldetl to JSo: also its being
he cried, tossing the infant up aud !al)-e tq istana alone,
down in her arms. . -There, baby, j meant,- f I found, . standiri
thats ina'a- old friend. ! Jane. She support oi, a chair. Uut
knows you-already, I declare,' , cried ally wajked alone, the important fact j buttefmilk 1 At the1 end
the delighted parent, as jit smiled it j was announced to; me, in a note lor I montL thf r te all in goo
a bnght ring, hicli I -held up to t. i my friend could not wait ti.l I called. ! c: nu Lrsntj iJi .(rn:inPfl ?hn
.sb pretty,
' . Precious
vvjiat a JJan can Live on.
In the year v 1840, somi csperi-
uaning, :ooiitinaea tne; nother, raP: mentl wer0; instituted mr the lilas-1
tlir V I . - ...... -. . . ,
The per-
liissing
hough this
g with the
when it re-
'You never isaw sucli a i quick child. VI course 1 lost no time in
She follows me with lier eyes ,11 to Mary, j t . ; . .
about the room. Notice what pret y J 'Stand there,' she said to me, in an
little feet she ha.? the diirlinir f'ootA-.exulting voice. -Xo. stop, I mean:
numbk?r of the inmates.
sons
were fed on t
For breakfast, they had' eiglnt. ounces
into a porridge,
le following fare;
. 3
'Advert!.-. r-Z I?"
. tuiloushj v
. , .1 .
id uulUvt dcrtd u'lt.au l jmyntut
cirilsciiient. cut le inserted ra-
I crsoi'nl
td D.ublc Vice.
I
I'lsninl : 'J,44ivl Doilurs per ;ol-
uiuii, iMr )l V.ir. !
ft3Jo2 -Vtfjrli, n all Kinds, .Vtiilly
timCfOn Xvw 't'j v, mui ,tn as reasonable
'l'tr:iis ,i.a:i' Oliicf in 'Inin-ee. '!
ICi"." E'aycV wil! Lo'diSKoiHiiiueJ ami!
ui-i i.rrtarjis are jiaiJ u.i except ul the
option , j7 J'utyishos. j .
of oatmeal made
with a. pint of buttermilk; for dinner.
three pounds of boiled ; potatoes, M;itli
salt; for, supper, five ounces of oat
meal porridge, with one-half pint of
oi two
good health,
x caxieu. j cacn ersor jljaJrX gaiued four pounds
hastening : j;!i,L,r L- .
cost of whi( b, including the cooking,Ti
was two pefece;Sudj three ; farthings
tooisies, ana taking- both leet lnoAe." t-au you oe so stu piu: -.Ana, .,i U-m'(;J-) -m
, . , - rtw , L - T ' 1 1 J ! i i i i " . .. cxiu caiixv tiMij ouiciy Liu uuixtju iju'
i.auu, L11U II1UURI lOaaiV KlCU incin. otailUll ttniUnr1 cnlr- n,.W Ko.l nnnn,k
-- .U. : . ii.. l hr i ihnnf o viivl - it mi,lnit 4 hn 141-1 ! i - 1 T
" 1Uilu 1S fcumu,i . T . "V1" .'for brnlcfisK'tHrftfi riAnnds dinrifip.
trying to be; polite, thou-di I coud ; ltillow by either aim. i'aow, see bun, I i J.. W '
not! see tnat the lnlant was more BUU -uu, as no loumeu, xowaru me,
bea
j. Lo. i iki ua-ua. s iiiouin aua cum. t ..wn-u, huhci n, ly f i ..iv.j., : r i
1 - il ,1 v 1 ; vuv Wliiu IU1UIIIIUV& Ul UUlllUilC tlljll
dying o be; polite, though I cou d ;ionow oy .citner arm iw,see .Lidi, jand ' forj supper. They
notisccj that the infant waso e;Bhe cried as he toddled toward me,' tln'ee aq'd a hklf pourds eacli;
beanulu tnan a dozen others I lu d, finally sucecded m .gaining niy;JnduT ey.dcclar?d thtt the ylrelerred
jeen. lt has p our . eyes exactly, i Jtms, tliougl once or wice, I fancied this tQ th(. A f the
, i , J , he would, all, a contingency from riso J -MtiJ- otoer were fed on
' cs.and da-J.is m.o:it h .nnd r i rl'.hich he was protected, however, bv ft i , . .
! his mother holding 'her hands
almost shiotlieivd it with kisses,
, And vhv
'i hai tin; i
Ever the Suae.
h is net wlijilo b:ai!iy iilJ j oti:h are thy wn.
ciiot ks unprofatied by a iti;r;
rvnr ami fu'uh of a soul can be
kjiuwu,
To wliiv'
i in io will but niaku iBoo u;ore
s:iia my ir.e.d, apostrophizing tliei S "anus 4 011 milk Lv breakfast ail suppers the
umu' ii ;,u;u .im Mp ' "" r Ui l,,w:-lrst ten: - but - for d nnrr ihov had
Alt I lltrt 111! -M. t'rtrt 7 f
A ' O , ' 1 - 1
.11 i l n
a pound
two months
and a
T !... . 1 !. ' 1 . 1 J . . 1 1 i'T i I 11 net C. I 1 V t l-oWi II itnlirV I J r,'i r.i f .
j.-v i : in i s i u v i miu'uiiru -i l.luuuiuiiku y . iii; o liu L ii ' 2 2
. . . i V. ; v ; ' i,! h ' i' f .toes 10 eacn, anu a quarter 01
i, ...-..tc iT .. .... 1..- :i .i t 1 p.ir rib 1 ri r Ih'V ' n 1- t i T ' . . ! 1
r4m lu V- ,u. " A"UIAUCX." u:"r t.:;V- r t , ; iL , ofmeiit. Attheendof
marrv. 1 s jail ever no. so too is ft f una-uiiiu ucjjan ioieu con-'n.... ,.. i. . .i.!- i i,. . .
. . .. ; r- t i. . L-.ti, 1 , 1 inov nau lobt ill: weiznc one
2 1 .:i.i-;-..i i Kiiiiv n v 1 n r nyricrrw 1 nip i.ihif im-pn r . .
i.ll USUlI lij Uli I SCIlSllUt! rll 1. I I "i-Viuu., 111LHWLLU Ill i OCii.
. . ; j j- 1 ,0 I ;
In a fori night I called on my friend
again.
'How babv
grows.
she said.r
never knew a
Grandma says
:althiest iulsint ' 'she ever
'Don't you see it? -1
iii i i i . .
cmid to grow so last.
ittf the! h!
knew.'1 j
lo me
.ii! liid !: ri ;j;tt h'us tnnv loved, never
fnr!gvt. ' . -
ljt si:!v- bivfs'nn lo i!ie c!(t
As iiic siiii
tew.
i.
r
Tho
If
il
-vv t r turns nti her z-ttl, hot) !io
l.!i':! wliich slio mrned when
sc.
Jl rorir-iii.
i -
tin!" t.ili is hwiJo f'ir ki?sc5,
ad l.rr Iicari is made for love:
s.nl hath a.l the tondrrness i
yl hn tinsiispici.us.GoV(?.
hi r rlr:: l; a 'ji-aaiy fingors !
jikc xhv dawn in rnsicrn skfo?;
Anil a: soft brjj'ii'ing splendor ;
"ji'riii)l)Ies in her Iiaznl eyes, j
i i m iiiii in' i if ii it1. i r:ii emo mi' inn i r . . i . . i . . t i . . . -1 v.. i , . y i . . . . . . . . vn . v . . lk...r i niAi i i..u'n v i i h. f '
r.'l r.;., 4i,JV ! iftleW uid fu-inP.l h tnlf nrnnnd .Wfcfcr4 VUT" lu 'i"au- muu. uy uoi i, uauu. uexu. .i auu periuaiiviiev oi..tu warn, mm .uc. nuu ihu cV
jtLji nun ihiiu uiu tiuui is uiat'. - . " v - er. j,j ,,.,i ra- i 1 p Y 11 . c j j 12 22 1 1 ..1 1 .. . .1 :....:... ii.. r r.i.r .1 ... 1
, i,, .1 ! . ., .1 mvn'Urf dnnrrc ' ITriu PAiilil 1?' y iuu 1 uuv aujUM) . plOUgC CI lKieUiy 01. ,01 a 1 .OUiXilt 1101 10 VV COU U lOIiaiiCU L' ail V '1U lu.l U UIUU IUO IUJUUU1 UIJU
ely ;that s u tooth coming through. ; m) owu.lioarttiing:,. ; iiow could 1, . jj - . ; rr..,UA,,u .,r,.r i;t;.;,i ,intuL - Utiim r,r fl, s,w f., i,,-!
wIIHip lir.rp f,wl:,v ml And now thati lam bi: mother mv- .JL J . .rf. . i- ,--2..,.....,,....... V..rt tr . V.I s V"
.iia.Aa.Vw'VVMiruui , I L I I i l I I 1 ..... H .... i 41. ,J .a. ia itlllll ' II I t frl W i i t I 1 -nl. v m t IT r in
B1- w;r Jf " if- self I feel less inclination still ' to! ,iV W11Ci,ricu W was oncere- ou rveu - - .. V . Lr1 !, ; ,
.k v w. . i I I. :i I .. 'i i .. - ' r,vnvn ,nluffl c inrrlu K,f , l,ni. ...f- , irhin i 10 1 1. 1 i 1 .1 1 l'l 1 , 111 J Wll .'llllt, .'.-..- .2i I il-.r 1 I If 'til AflMI'V 1. 1 J IT il n V !) HI 1 1:1 Tl Il IT 1 IIP T! TfK;(f
U,wl Jo. T ..... .1:.1 hnr i : nK ht iPr !miv i n1 nvr-r t .nf 1" " "f '1U-D 0,"1i,V I- JU-1 ru ",UVUM' o ...v ............ . ; i.. "V v :.- t -
uvu.o i a- mcu, i , d" r' j vv - i . ..i 2 2i .i .... ... :!. . i:. : . r. : t, .. . t.,. .. ,..,.in- ,;, ih u. o rir . .....i
r i .. , . ' . V -i ' r i : ' . ' n. i Miifiiu 101 liiviiisr liionev to a SiramrCT ! nun itiat rauu umi hi it:i u iw u- uiiw uu nun. m inn ..uib . iMt- nuv u-uwiw un, uwui u,
lam entirely ignorant,' 1 said, "oo u iM11?'1 "t-iicr & ioe : . h 4 i ... , iv- , - L-.. P.. " .; ...if.'...,-" i.i,..,. ...i. .1.,', ' j' I vr,i:,.;J .1 1.;' ' " 1
I ! I m no set'intru 10 uo a cry poor, wnen nu ; t'lio 101 mv h;iliuii !uhu,-iuuiv. u w eiaui up. .m lhi,.ii"ii .v.h ui .ij ijiuiii.
1
1
(.it iiiie. timid, tnVek. and artless," j
, liivr tlian the blushing rose; J
Ivir:!i!hail. uo ipiivr. flower " j
Dn'iii- busoiiStu n jiose.
ueh t!io inaiJ n such the pieturo
'J'biu tiuw ling -is on my. liearj;
p!i, may ihc imae perish noverr
Never from soul depart. ! I
it seemed thati 1 j the babe
had not! grown an inch; and, to avoid
a contrjjdicfion, 1 changed the thenie;
But, in a moment, the dotipg mother
was back to her infant again. ! j
'I do I believe it's beginning to cut
its teeth,' she said, putting her fiiij-
ger into the little ones mouth.
Just
Sur
Grandmother
I'll
J lauir
'of such! matters: but your child real
ly seems a very fine one.' Ii i i
'Oh. yes, i everybody says that.
Pretty, pretty dear.' And she toss
ed ifrup and down, till I thought the
child would be shaken to pieces: but
i the little creature seemed to like the
j process mightily. 'Is it crowing ! at
its mothyr? It's- laughing, is it?
Tiny, niny little' de.-jr: what a sweet
jj-raoiojus it is. And, 'as at : the hist
interview, she finished by almost de
vouring it with kisses. "! "i i.
Whenjluext called, baby was still
furthef advanced ',
Oiily Ithink,' said my friend, when
I made!! my i way to the. nursery,
tercd the nursery; and!
when, for 1 the - first
nouueet my name. .
'Djane,1; he said, 'Dj
His mother almost ideVoured him
with kissesi in re
1 i 1 ll.i vf ill" rAllri.VJ' 2rtrtK .....1 4K.'r.ll' . . J .. ..
U ha loWrnPfl 'rn imv mo . on.Vi I. ... T . 1. . i ? T' ! ' r V ! U11 CXCCUio, fco
:T f;i l ; ! 0 7 I dishkfd tins di-t. The 1 expense of
would hegii to crow whenever I en-' 0 v ,.,,. tl,.LA-Ji
. 3holit ml
i
By ' t
which w e taHe from! a compilation in
the Wa
has in a
shingftou T'nion, the reader
each St
adopted
tiouul ca
Tht Democracy;
le fallowing ! biief extracts
nut ahcll, the px)"sition of the j
lUiiiig.;- -'.
this -convention,, the common; senti
ment of the people of Indiana,sus
tains and endorses, in. their .general
tenor and intention, cachj xmd all of
that series of acts ;of Congress ctim
monly knowu ;is the Compromise
measures." S:e. . ; ' .. !".; 'k. !.":'
luions ef 1799, as . containing and :
getting forth the fundamental princi
ples' of democracy." j ' j ' i
. ; ;; TKXAS. -j , I
"IksylceiJ, jThat' (the," measures I
passpd by the last Congress com-
monjy known as 4th!e Compromiso
acts! are regarded bv the Dein.-ier.-iev1
- j j : -j
tte id arranged its position
in a legislative or conven-
bacit
K1CW YORK..!;
JicsoU'cJ, ' That devoted to the : Compromise measures of! Congress,
principle's and form of our confedera-; they can now 1 proudly point to t their
tionj ever miu Iful of the blessings it ! ofacial proceedings for .h series of
has secured tc ourselves and to 'man-! years as unstained by " fanaticism,
, , ...-..IOWA.. ,!.,-; ..
wM'iv7.iTlmt we are! in favor of I of 11
Democricy bf twenty-live . oaites, j tn0 'Compromise', as a. final settle- danlerous and vexed questions thev
"i - - I I ( -. '. - i. ! l J 1 i ' t -iP X " J
upon the Coinpromisq and thc plave-fment of the quest ions .which have so
ly .question. Under the naiiie of long" agitated;. thj ciuutr)! upon" the
stU'iecr oi uomesuc slavery.
. COXKECTICI'T. :
"ResoleeiliXXivA the Demoerncy of
Connecticut having j .last 'lyear , fully
'I expressed - their acquiescence in Uie
kind, and regarding the citizens of aliQ
all sections of! our country as" mem-! JlS tlKc Union.'!-
embracing . principles as broad
MASSACHUSETTS.
Ucsoh'fJ,' That tho .Baltimore
hers! of a common brotherhood, wei
cherish the Union of the States, aci;
the ark of our political covenant; and jilatiorm covers, and was intended to
that we deprecate all sectional flgua-j embrace the. whole question of slave-
tions at the North or boiKh calcula-rv ;igitatioh in Congress-, and ther
ted to impair, its sacred obligations , joV0 we jor :l l.utldul execution
IfJS
Union, the
laws, and wil
r 2 t i vuvu uiiin.n tio watt uvt aiuu VJll"
I was,, there-: -in'- J' f, ,
fore, almost as delighted lis mv friend, " i f 7 i T i '
line, ho pro-; v.? JV,.'L '
ii, nuutiuiui poiaioes uu uimiea, anu a
me!'
(half aj pound of me
turn for, ; tin's won
derful triuinoh o
! serve
weirh
red L'ood I iealth. but deer
, a nu, : preierrcu tne ordinary
,lmt r.F l,
f hp vriKil nrrr;in;' 1 1 J. . f T - . -1 J
,n,f ,l!, n l,ao, n;ai,i lT ;,.T;. I1?" l'Huw uu eii-eigin is cacn
smotheJed him with care'sJes these casf, perhap, the previous
l , : ,
r never, after that, smiled, even
-'self, iat tne cxtravaj
friend a affection for her baby. The '
lour pnce
Tn 1kjCo
!2 , kJ V V I ' J 121- '1 L. 1 i Li O
o habits and tastes of the prisoners had
the measures
and acquiescence in all the Compi
mise measures .settled I'V.j tne
'engross. ! : j
KEW JERSEY.!
"Jlcsoh'uK iTiiat the measures of
faithfully observe and ; adjustment, . commonly ; called the
Jar as in them lies, 'all Compromise, being essentially neces-
bl Compromise adopted 'saryv to give effect 'to-thc provisions
or to threaten its perpetuity. . . ;
PENNSYLVANIA. . ;
"Ilesolwlj That tiie Deinocnitic
party of Pensylvania are true to . the
constitution, ! and the
4l
embtace."
LOUISIANA.
"JUesohrJ. That the convention do
adopjt the resolutions of Ihe late
Deniocratic National Convention, ns
expressing its sentiments and views
of our national policy; that we do re
assert the doctrines of the Virginia
and Kentucky resolutions of '93 and
'99, a embodying the truq principles
of the' groat democratic repu.llicMi
arty of the UinoiL L !
KENTUCKY.
lleso!te1, That wc;j will abide ty
and maintain the several acts recent
ly 'passed by Congressl known as the
Compromise measures! as a Ihial! set
tlement of questLonSj which threat-"
ened the harmony and integrity of
the Union; and that we will not eon
sent cr submit to a violation of I'tho
principles of the Conipromise Acts,
and especially that which proposes
to kirrender, in obedkjnce to the con
stitution, fugitive dales to their le
git mate owner.!. " Wc require of tho
it. . . Tljey pre
ased in
t trt'Wi T'Al ffiivorilllliillf -I l.rninli 'on1
by the late Congress for the purpose . ot the lederal constitution, have our j raillfal execution of tliw law in its
of settling thq questions arising out: hearty aud lasting concurrence.' hifftr ind i,;rii i I '- I
f i . ii ....i it,:; ...... ; i i ln.'.iavji i i - t
oi uoniosuc stiver) ; auu una uot on- niiJWAOi..
lv fvnm i ..-Ur.f jlntv sis o-Ofil pi i. ; " ,p7...v7 'Flirt r 'ill fRirlj nf flip
zcns.ot the rj.nbhc, :but also from abolitionists or others, ; made to 111
the kind and fraternal feelings- which .' duce Congress to interfere with ques-
they cherish towards their brethren ' tions of slaverV, onto take incipient
of the slAvchtjilding States
! YE11M0NT.
"ResoL'ciL hat. the late
.,,l v l.
ce, incipient
i.- .1' 1. jf
steps pi relation tiicruio, ae calcula
ted to lead to the most alarming and
dangerous consequences; and that all
ment measures' of Connress,.dictafcd such efforts have an inevitable ten-
-l n h., UAn... .1 1 if X t 1 1 il r .1 .1 ! -1- l2l t i'it
mvself lit the extriYio-niee of mv! Auuuenee,i yei, it apfe; is mat 1 not uy tne fcouui c;r iurin,iL-;ic uency todiminisninc . nappn less 01 tne
- 'f i.O. . J 1 ho Cl Vi rti-tlliVric tl linfutnni; ! i.y hmo I. .. i: "... . V . . .. L... ' . . .1.-. , .1 m I. 1 ...I .. il... . . 1 .. I 1 : t . ,
iuu njiiUuwi jiuiuiulj, uiiwj) iao . iiutbtu 111 a trniu ui iMPiiuLHo tuin-L-c- oeoi.ie, anu cuuuniiei .iiaeiun
sees
' Tfinislinn nl of , Idle Ilusban Js.
' The head chief (of New Zealaiid)
oAen interferes in minor matters' of
;i domestic 'nature; foi instance, jif a
lazy felloiv'has a wife or two and a
1 few chtldrlen, and tlirough his; love
for fishing; dancing, and loiering
idlv abouL 'neglects to bring ln! the
. pecossarv! suj'iort fr his family, a
complaint! is m ale; the chief - visits
the housej ini person, and' if hq
just-grounds for punishment, lie: or-
tiers cut the whole population pi j the
yillage men, ivemen, and ' children
arm , themselves : -with 'a stiff bjn'h
made of "small c.ines; the' NtheiT form
along dijulle lino, about six fept
. apirt, and wait witli anxious glee'the
approach of the delinquent. . At ?af?t
lie is fjlacpd at iO'.K3 end of : the lincis,
cmidst, a hower of yells, gibes, f&;c.
The v.'ord! is given by the chief, liiid
away he arts at his utmost tpeed
through tjhe ranks, every one endeav
oring, to liit. him as he passes.-! Ao-
cording to his ," deserts,. he may get
vff ivith running the line once, ir
may have to do. so twice or tluicc;
but lv is felailcd m cunning and tleet
n'ess, t-hatjean run the lines even once
without hjaving his skin tickled; for
him by thb hearty application ot Uie
bntdi, v. leldftd by some strong woman
As th mmishment is not of-a fihnl
. . . .. 1 1 , . . 1
Kiiui, uie wiicie .-uiair creaie
for her infint.
1 Water 1)rixki!ng. Prof. Silliman ' Boston
closed a recent Smithsonian 'lecture 'monev
in this city by giving the following ous
advice th young men: j ! quick
"Ifj.theu'efore, you w
mind, strong liiuscld
nerves,; and long life a!
bd power pro-1 Why suppose what is
longed! into old lige, permit ,rae to!of wlnlm you are at
say, although I am not
perance lecture,
water, ;lnd mih
avoid hll .drinks but ladv had the true christian.i)ilit
inf'iiijnna of fW ! ' ' ! ' - . ;
fluid: shun! tobacco and
every tiling else
that
normal istate of the syste:
on nutritious food aud mild diluent , on the' right feliand of the-Tiber at
drinks :oi wmcn water is tne basis, Home; The
lie hill an which it stands, de-
UUe rivprl frfin-i nno nf tlinio nnplpnf. irnnn
moral regulation of all K'o; ur powers, sitiona' known as oraciilar dei tie$ call-
to giveiyou long, happt, (and useful ed bvlthc Romans "Jupiter. Vati
l l I I.I I U 1 1 I. Ill 1 I I V I w I I I ) I .1 I M 'fi. ' . . - I W . . 1 I
for this didTook wonderful, She chiiaiTf f fTS VTtU Wi!
p.ilMKr lpfVlPMk ..IrPMilv?':";-,. ; ' f- 1 - ' i 1101 Known, UUt It ,
i r, i r. I i ,r - - , ; viiaiieniaue, niore man a iuoumuu
Jl It til LilfUI. 11111 2k X1XV22V.-112. . It ll
-1 . . .1 n l UllliaU iVi fliliVU IIULV.I 1 2.21 It.llllll. I I P .Tl.'llMfM ii:ilvfi I 1 JS I 1 1 1 1
ll-lll'llJ till: I1U1V1 Mill, HCHMTll.- JIUIJ! , -11 I , .1 1 l ' . L ' . . ' ...
ii.-,, i i . tf i , - i. land you will need uomimg neyond iom tl e hill
, .... - J. i , , V.'WW ...... , r . --t
tat. ;iiitt- lv. i 'ini; ui uieau iu-
day; a bit of : real broiled beefsteak.'
W Jiatij isai-.l J, in my ignorance
'Oh!-' laughed my friend, seeing my
mistake, 'what a sad dunce you are,
Jane! - But wait fill you have babies!
- I 1 . :; . 1 c-'i - -! i, J
oi your own.
meht for a i
ocyiSteaK, Uaning,
mother, addres.
O, ...... 4. - ,i " I .. .i 1 ItO
uut; C2io. uu,wii irmw inil -i tor Jirrrpplnrr ! WlT.il T IP
. added
the probd j 'bonniedassie,' 'went to
ssing the infant, '.vheu!Llk his consent. - Duri U the cere- I :rJ?3l , H
you only isuck the juice. ..You don't ' -innV-:wh inhr. was an Awkward one ' . ' " rr utuc&
for Jonathan -4-he
his stick.
whi
want to , choke yomiself, do you,; ba
by? Eat a; beefsteak! It s funny,
baby, isn't. ' it?' And again she
i t.-.. t;;..i 4i..," v, 1 .. i ..' i. . i, ,,1 ,i
laugiteu, iauSuiuS un luuiu tune continuing to tana on tne pros-
cause. ithe child, sympathetically, cta of " his future scn-finlaw. as he
crowed in return. - ' supposed, -until tlio sti:k was dwin-
ih .yanuL luany neeiva uciuiu iii die(i down to naunt. iie ,tnen spote
1 .
ma,
ttiie;d in
.I'raiu'nt..'
lonfr-expected teeth feallv made th
appearance.
'Jane, June
triumphantly
entered the nursery. .' 'Three teeth,
and he's only three months old: , dd
you ever ihear -of the like?-. .'
1 confessed that I had not.'. The
whole thing, in fact, vyas butf of my
range of knowledge. T knew 'all
about Daiite in the original, and a
dozen other ' fine ' lady accomplish
ments; bbt nothing J about'; babies,
teething! - ! ;v. . v-.-I
' 'Just lotc at the little 'pejifls,' ex-
i asked
and quiet he will
for rum
hd coasci
ish for a clear suppose at all, why not supj
or charity in
'Suppbse
. , V '
S 01
that
i -l . . i i .
said thel ceMisori-
the atrec
:ie fcpeiius
i
bntious frieiid
nd noble answer was.
spend the money for bread?
The
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
land unfavorable to the full j develop-
'Itesolc'if, I Bv the; Senate and mep t of the Spirit and practical ben
House of Rijpresentatives in general eti 14 of free, institutions; and that.
court convened, that .'; the State of cnt maiuing- these sentiments, they
New- Hampshire a'proves - of the will at times. foel it to be their duty
"if. you
ose that adoption of It lie . Compromise mcas-jto i
evil about one
liberty to sup-
giving a tern-1 pose What is good and nobleT" That pledge her lt sustain the Executive 'resolved, that tho deinocnicy of Ouio'l
li-i-i i . . . .... . T. .. '. . ; i . . ... . i -. ', ..i , . tt . . .. :' J
opium,. and Pal.ce!of tue Popls The
this DUlIdlllg 13
' i r t nK- ilfvrx rtvwl lrtrtr jnnrnCinl-1 lntr
A young man had forded an, attach- SU(rf,sfvn linlf, ;, ilflS relhe(1
daughter, oi a' ricti old m - . I - i ? j -tl
thb father ..to
present immense extdnt. Thci
numbdrtol rooms in tne Vatican ex
cecds-4J426, and its treasures
iWKwaru one a g are unequaliea in the!
ttled away at; ,r ;J ;.. ... i-f , ; , ,!
ures into full effect, aud m tho fur- the Uoctniies held bv tlie;e:tiiy fath-
thcr execution of all constitutional : ers jif the republic, and ; still main-;
means to enforce obedience to v the . tainbd by the democratic party in all j'
MICHIGAN.!
the
States that to each Stale, be
disturbs thecient lalace )f the Popc4 and the mean
e:n; rely up- mot magnifi(nt in (he world, sbnds : law."
-L:l.l .1:1 2. I- i I T . .1.-. . .. I
I "Res'Jetdl Tfiat the j recent mcas-! muiiiciptd Lnvs and regulate its own ' the coluntry, or the revival
ires of Comproinise, embracing a set- internal affuirs; to1 hold and , maintain j already"- passed" ith a view
se all power given by the terms
e lKitiunal itouipact toj prevent
ures as esgiatial and ; necessary for ; of t
the peace, pfesWvaiion, and progress .its inereahe, to mitigate and finally j j 7t)i' " so far as t
of our glorious!! mem, ! and that we 'eradicate the evd; hut bo lit . lurti.er o thti rights of ll
and spirit.
' TENNESSEE.
-licscivai, j fiat, the measures
passed by Congress for tho adjust
ment of thequestions connected with
slavery shall be faithfully adheretl to
aud acquiesced in as a final settle
ment of those questions'
NORTH CAROLINA.
"Resrtced, That , wc are willing to
adhere- toUbc-measures of adjust-
;m promise, -
fall :
!toj
sup- ;
ency :
and ;
of
the said law, and of his detcrmiiui- '
tion to enforce the same.": . j
ARKANSAS. '
' '-Resoli'd," That -this , convention !
f the democracy of Arkansas re-
llii m the Kentucky resolutions of
3 798 and the Vinrinh resolutions of I
they are applicallo .
he States and r.rf s- i
.0 I 1
"at Hndilion of the federal Unicu.
of the nation in carrying said 'mens- 'do, at the same time, fully recognise L, J .jiirect the. publication of the
:n 10.
FLORIDA.
"RholccJ, ,That wc, deprecite tho
riiallon of all Vsuestions crowir '
2 2 ( 2
2 1 - ..L. i 2 1:1 .: . 2,., i . . ... . -1 . . . . ...
uie rigiii 10 mutiny tw tm pLu oij, tne uomeslic institutions oi
of issue's
to such
tlement of the'disiracting questions ian equal and independent sovereign-rritatioii'as miscliievous and unwise.
which have disturbed and almost in- ; ty with each and every State; and "hnd."a9 calc'uhited to introduce divis-
tercepted the business of Congress,; that! upon these rights the national iulls abibng? the people and weaken
seriously threatening the .integrity ! legislature: can neither legislate nor" -: the' kindsof our political fraternity."
of the union itself, were uemanueu encroach. ' , ;.
bv a air consideration of tbd consti-!- VIRGINIA.
tiifinrml rights !of the various mom-: ' "RmImI That the trueirelalioiis
ber.q nf the eoiifoderacv: that the De-. between the States and thci Eeder
mnrr.rrv . of Michigan. Ipanderinir to Government, and the true Irule
GEORGIA.
u H'M-ulfo. That tlie democratic
party of (eorg:a again rcaflirm their
t adhcre'neo ;fo Imp r.viiieirilps' l.u't iL.u n
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for t. 2ji .,.c.,.t,. r. .f t..: r.. ...
jj luyiuiio;! v 1 tut: turn entiua
statues, paint
-tvas an awkward one
TIlA 1 fli AC Wlio
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mAi'imAiit.it inA l.Jiii 1f - I hn con-1211 A r V . .
JJiW 1 1 112C11 U VI L11L JU2IL. fA 2 ; ' t I ' 1 T.4.
U1UUI
I - ' It 21121 ' ' W iVi I HUU .HO 21U2U1 I; 2-J L1IL, 2 2V21. U
xneom uian wixtenea ine -- ri; i ' rrt- i" .
seum of statues
ige a mile.;
e is co
A good story i is related of ex-
Governor Briggs of Massachusetts.
Pin-, -.it. .. 1 i...
i TT uruT "v; tWt many years ago , when expostu
j .- j - .
thing, 116 matter what," of Ithat stick
you haVe ? vthittled away, you could
have her; as it is; you eijnnok Your
property will go as the $tiek-did, lit
tle by little, until1 all ik -gone, and
your ."family reduced to want. I
have" read your character; yob have
my answer; '' . r ' ' - " ;
lc'ave: off if the Governor would leave
off wearing a shirt colhu.i': The latter
agreed: to. the novel Requisition, andj
in conformity ith tle bargain, hasi
never worn, a shirt foliar siuce
;Tlie chahnerat Mobiie, in front of
that city is said to be rapidly -har-i
roiving and fil; ng tip.j ; At the end
of !thel wharvo ,. where- there were
Six thousand fugitive slaues.have
arrived.! in Canada, durtng: the last
churned n vffiiend; she enencd the two yejir f , There are abqut 6 LSixteen and agnail, leeoi , water ; m
i hihlV miiith. -ain't thev bea ut iful? n ih the provinces., u - i :.U ? A???
there a; but mue . feet now. ! T
tinnof lK44..-fl.r.d-;i8tfe :ift fir i.s P-V miohu ine'tom-
..;...i.Ia- ..v,;., .l.:;,!;.;!,. promise, evinced by the recent elec-
. i, i ; . j ' ). 'i lions, rests
I t fio nnim t rr -. .. . . . : i '
upon" the conshleration
that thi3 Compromise' is a final set-
j tiemejit- of slavery agitation and . a
no ism, reiecting all alliances-with; the construetiori. of the constitution, ;-f nto'iW,.,.,;:,. ',.. 1,1
in mar-jjseciioual factiops, baving in view the ; are correctly set forth 311 Uhe resolu-;tjnjory- in tll0 V(;ir 1818 aiul WQ
3,paint-j irrepealable claims of . each State in J lions and report of 170$ and of-yt-them as tho sentiments nf
the! Union, and yielding only , lo.'tho j the General Assembly, of lrgiinii, n' ,
demands of the constitution, declare, and the doctrines therein expounded f- 1 I ,.,T . j
emphaticalh, the Compromise meas- j are hereby adopted and reaflirmedJ -. -1. ; - , .Tt : ' .
nreV,stJindW(Hl-itti'tLeleye3.c4t
every well-wislicr of liis 'country,' and resolutions of the linltinfore Couveii- i.t': r fit"! . U uytl""I05,3
' - -. r. , - 2 . . .o. . 1. . . ni2in in 1,11 ii' 1 iihii'v 1 nu i iir
should be sustained and. executed in
all their parts, - faithfully,-fully,' and'
impartially.'' j :. - -
Illinois. ; :
"Rcsclwl, That the Democracy of
Illinois' will stand by the -(Compromises
of the constitution of the Un
ion; and that wo regard ,tljo several
icts of Congress, .termed ,.tl?c" ,'Ce.hi-.
promise xicts. including llVcJ "fugitive
slave 'law, 'in allits prtSvVsions as the
result of the democratic principle of
noa-in'teryentlon, as laid down by the
List and previous - Democratic Na
tional Conventions, held jnt Balti
more, ana that we. will strictly. pnd
rigidly adhere tV those principle."" ;
" ; Indiana. - f . '; ":
r'ResiAvctJ, that, iu' tho ; opinion of
; ; MISSOURI.;, ;:' :;,
convention,! adopted nluiions th-;rraeCt,0a 01 utheru property.
dosing the Baltimore pl.itfonh jofh ; ! 7- : : ;
184S, reaffirming Uie : YiFginLreso-1 .Nuilihcatio!? rs MARSAcnrsens.
lutious of "OS.'.OO, and approving t ie ! A majority of three in tlio Legisla
Ccmiiromise', measures.!.,;, ; . n jtureoff Massachusetts have-actoally
: j MISSISSIPPI, j . , succeeled u passing .'the law .which
" uRd!iolvcdt That v Jthis j convention aqthorizes any petty justice of tho 1
adopt aud ratify the. following reso 1 peaqe t'o issuea habeas corpus to tho
lation, passed by the , DemocraTic constable to fake the person of a. fti
convention at Baltimore in' 348 : - Igitive' slavo under arrest tut of the
"Resolved, That this convention custody, of the U. S. inarsh ij. This -repeats
and declares it full jand firm 13 a declaration of war agiinst the
adherence to. the Kentucky rcsolu--Union, aod comes in ..d.Lrecc.ioonfl'iot
tions. of 1798 and the. Virginia re?o--ivith the law of CoDgress..,
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