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j" !; I' I . ! ! ' 1 1 ' i : L! 1 ' .i. Mini iniii 1 1 wii i i . j. . .
Ttvo Dollars for one iVei if paid at
the nm ol subrriniton: Two Dol!:H?
Linl Vifly Cdnt, without Deviation,
. alierihe ?spiraiioa of Three Months.
gCpAU BilN for AJvenisen nnls, Job
Work i or! Subscription, con? deri-d ' due
when contracted, except Rgains those with
; ihoTii .we.have Jlunnin? Acco ints.
ICpA'o l.icr 'will he sent Jut oljthe
ountj', unless paiJ for in aJvr nee. ; j- I
fCTA'h'eftlRemcnts;.iTiserH'(l at One Dol
lar per Square of Twelve UneS
or tvs for the First Insertion; Fifty
Ceils lor each coniinuance. 1
EC? Persons ailveriiinqr.Tjv ihe Vear, will
he ctar;4'xThirty Dollars for a who'e
' Col'.ima,Tveniy Dollars forons half,
- 'fen Dol'ars for one-qinrter. .S"; devi
ation ion these Tcrint under any cii eam
slancs. .t ' " j
tCpihe privilege of Yea-ly AJvertiers i9
slrlctll) Unii'ed to Iheir own i-nyneilinle.nml
JUrnlar Dminttn; anJ the Business ul an
Ailveriisin? Finn is not consiileretl as in
. cln lng liiai of iis individual tnemlieis.
JCpAnnoujicinij rainlidate. Three Dol
lar; li lie paid ii dcanctn Every Vase
pCJfcAJverijVn'.enis n t maikeil with! the
'nnmler 0 I .i-eiiioin when hanJfd in, wHl
he conlhtutd ifilil ordered out , and payment
ernclt d. I j I j ,
fC3Ao AivertiicmenLcmi henttrlt d
lnilovshj. j f .j!
ICPAiHp'ieinenis or R-Ptj-bnal Nature
iiivariahhj rltiimrd DouUlc price.
CCJAlvtr.He iies of I'tejit Medicines
mstMied at Thirl) Dollars ! Col-
tiuj, ;r i ear. .
tCpJui Vork. of ki t. hriuls, Really
done. on ev Type,- anJ or as reasonable
o Ten.is asani ihlh'. 'in Tennessee.
jt luer w'll he d.sco-.-.'inner! .!.i;nii!
all arre.-'fj'lfi are pai l f.i--farf cpl al the
option of the- I'ul.tislttit.
J iKrc-jiv a bubll to the fa,
iA billow cwA it Imsiily;
Anbilier billot quickly rnnioj
8nc.sfully tie j ri?.e to chniii;
Frlun wave to wave iincbfck
Till tosse'ljupdin a Firnn.l at !
J it pASSCtl,
o ili uiiknowni shore,
Ti u.v; Kobleii moments wc (h-plorc;
Tl csu luomctiis nl.i.;h, nol ibrown away.
r.li.i'hi win' for us oifrnnl d.iyJ
On Frojf n
1 il " lllL'C wc
in a Lady v illi a King.
it this simple rijng, '
For cir.eVlip ofi will ihink jef tlicc,
AnJ' feci inosJ
happy should it bring, j .
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Nol wliLii the
smile is on ihat brow,
Tbo tb n i
iou suem'st sonic spirit bright;
tears of f-orrbw flow .
Not w hen jihl'
Tochnso nwur thai spirit Highi; g
Kot in tho!crwi,-that!hollowl client, ' '
Vhcrerii f is dtck'cd in jestal flow-crs,
AiKFihe free lirarl fngets jjeat, !
AiiJ folly drags insipid hojirs; J
Xor would I have ihce think .f ine ' '
Wlr n knoinin" wears h'jr robes tif dew;
An 1 wild tirds wake their' reveille,
And i! ii liasi caugbi the inorinngs nue,
Ko! ba ijbe UK5 twi!i:hi hour, ( ;
Wbeii liitiMiig memory loves to rtign,
And gaiher tip each-gem and flower
Thai fcaiier o'er lifo's traveled plaiji.
Ko matlie'r where" my steps may stray j
Or tljtrk or bright my fate maybe
Vet still! tW'gh life's unmeasured way.
i Uclieyoj mc-K true friend to thee. I "
i ' KtLtiio r,' a Hat. It is stated! in
ihe lioston Traveller, that a day or
twosincpJat South Boston, a child
.about, aj year old, which had been
' l.-ft aslelp in the kitchen in the; care
of t grandparent, was attacked by
. tP1-: t.., ,v1-?rli f:ir. nfl'i
..r il,.s lingers from the h:md of,
the child, and gnawed the flesh to
tha inno in Pfivoral places on its arms
In ':,- frightful a
manner, mar, ai-
though medical aid was immediately
called,' yet the child
; short time. ;
lived only a
Tim Baltimore aftd Ohio Hail-
road Company, in anticipation of
the completion of the road and of
Iho immense business which will
then pi-ess upoit it, have made ar
ranements and contracts for the
construction of 1,1 5S burden! cars.
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INUr'uiep. OnTimrsday last ly
J. B. Dubois, Lsq., ;ir. icutjuhi-
-i.nni vrnrs. to 3iiss arall
Din, pV" j . . . ,
Smith, aged 31, both of this plate.
Fort Wtvnc Smtinrl f.
,We iould hardly crcditthc above,
until it !vas endowed by one of our
own citizens, who was present and
saw the gay pair. (hccmulk 0.)
The . Talismanit
It was after midnight, awl
bride ,liad lonir sincq retired to
nuptii chamber, when her, youijg
husbaii'd atJast succeeded to escape
from the supper table,! and j leaving
his gulcpts to take care of themselves,
he repaired to his wife's 'apartment.!
Co!mo in, sir,' said Ann, in a dis
creet voice, Madam is1 wailing for
you. , ; '.!-
The young hushaml pu'shed open
the dior and threw himself at the
feetol his wjfe, who was indeed wait
ing for him,' ;scatcd by the ! fire, i;i
the elegant coquettish dishabille "of a
rich wjidow, whose desires have been
satisfied by a new marriage. !
TiiBe, 1 pray you, my beloved,
said she to jier husband, slretchiu
her hand to him. !
'XJ, ROradam,' replied thoyoun
man, icizing.tho hand 'extended to
him, 'hoiallow me to remain thus, at
your (bet, and do not take away your
hand, (for I tear you will escape. J
tremble lest alii thjs shbuld prove
but a dream. It seems that 1 must
be the hero of some fury taie, am
that oil the point of king happy, m
happiness will fly away aud leave' m it
to sorrow and despair, j
'Del not fcar, beloved, I; was in
deed Vesterdav the widow j of Lord
Melville, but am tq-day Madame di
a lour, your v.n
m . !
. JJimisli lrpnji
talt, for the- tale
your raiind the fairy
IS il uuc ;iui v. j , 'i
Frdderic de la Tour might wclj
thinki that some tivorabh fairy had
I ho direction of his:afiain,for in less
than a month he hadjlocomo rich'
and liappy beyond;' all (jxpectation.
He wjis twenty-five, an; orphan, and
carneil hardly enough io suppor(t
himself; when, one dayjwlnlp passing
in Hue St. Honored a brilliant .equip
age slopped before him, and a charm
ing a lid elegant woman called out: !
'Sit, sir!' 1 ' I
Thp, footman unrolled the steps;
of the1 carriage, and hat in jiamh reii
spcctully invited hredenc to take h
seat ljy the lady, ;jll drescd in silks
and covered with diamonds.; . Scarce-;
ly wafe he seated jwhen thb horses
st Mrteil off at full speed. i
Sif'' s.d.f the ladv in a sweet voice,
4I have .received your letter, but
1' - . ' i
noiuiihi.Ti1Tin'' vonr excuse I wuliiul
expect your company
mv soiree;.' , 'II
'Of mKj company?' inquired Frc
cnc. :i II' ! '
'Yes, sir, you. Ah, I beg your
pardon,' exclaimed the lady with sur
prise'. 'I beg your pardon; but yoii
look so much lik
iat will vou i think of
Ah. dear ine! wh
-,- r i i ': V- i'..:t, t Jji
me, Sll i jJJUUIlUetU, putri n o. nviw.
rcsemblance! Any one would have!
made the! sam mistake!
Before 'the 'matter was cxpk
the carriage stopped at the gate of;a
superb mansion, and ; i redene; could
do no less than offer his hand to La
dy Melville. ' j ! .- I';
, .Lady Melville was beautiful, and
Frederic; was easily I subdued. He
congratulated himself upon hii good
luck which had made him acquainted
with the! beautiful woman, accepted
her invitations, and soon became one
of -the habitues and daily visitor's at
1,01 n,ou. "r
The rich widow was sUr-
rniindedbv a host o jidmirers, and
things went on so that, before the
end of a1 week, the happy Frederic
was the accepted j suitor of the rich
widow,-who had eveij made the first
proposal of marriage! -, .
; Frederic placed himself some! lmcs
before the looking glass and con
sidered with attention. He was not
mly, r"but still he 'was called a Man
aarcoii, and as hisj means did not allow
him to attribute ins good fortune to
the skill of his tailor, he was indued
torbclicve that he was loved for him
self alone, or that Lady Melville was
fascinated by a spell. I- i " .
: Wheii the marriage day was fixct.
upon, and Frederic : repaired Jo .hif
lawyer to sign t lie contract, hs sin
prise ch: ngetl to amaaei uuu y
found 'himself worth a million! . IIp
owned an estate m Burgundy, ai housp
in Paris) aud otlicr property he ba(d
never" heard of before. ; Thedofv
1 ... .1 W .11 ltntnil J pstates HI
Wales,: and pastures n Devonshire.
TfJwns n i rmldnn dreanl from which
Frederic dreaded to awake. Every
ceremony (had been duly ' performed,
but he could not believe this reality
of! his happiness. 1 j
'Rise, dpr Frederic,' said his wife,
once nidrtf.! 'Take-a chair; , let :us
talk.' 'U. : ; . j I
' The yoAng husband obeyed with
out abandoning the hand he held,
and Madame de la-Tjur began thus:
'There yas once '
! 'Ah,' exclaimed F ederic, 'I knew
it was but i fairy talc' I
'Listen to me, my dear. There
was once a young girl, born of pa
rents who had once been rich, j but
who, when the girl wis fifteen years
old, had only the haul earnings of a
father to iunpprt them.- They! re-
id&Lin ; Lyons, buti
the hope of a
induced them all to come
Nothing is hajder to iin
fortune. Thefathcr of
to Paris. ;
than a los
rirl strutrscled four iycars
with poverty, without being able to
conquer it, and finally-
hital.i ! i
i 'The wife soon followed her bus
band, and the young girl renkaincd
alone lh a 'garret, the rent ot
!vas not paid, aud without a friend in
jtlie world. , If a- fairy was to play a
'part in my storv, it would hovf. be
or her to appear
there is not fairy
The young girl remained in
without j parents, without jfricj
without money, asking in vain
strangers for work which is riches to
to; the poor. Hunger became more
Land more -pressing, and at la:
tlie unfortunate hrl into the
to1 beg for charity. ! She covted her
head with a veil, ihe bnly inhf
si e had received fr6m her 'mother,
down to imitate old ajrcL went
hq streets and holdout htfrjtand
13ut her hand was wfiite and dbljcate;
it was dangerous to how it, laud the
girl .was compelled o wrap herl veil
around! it,!as if it had beeul covereu
' 'The; rglrl placed
the wall away from
the light, aibd
when a! young gM
passed by! s ic
out her hand!
Ii I I J A.l-fc,
ccnt (i cent 10 u
.i . i
her appeal was in vain, j An did
r.Amn next. inLl the poor g rl
aiihnplorcd cljarity,' batjthi did
is often miserly and hard-hcatt-
The evening fwAs cold and rair.y
was getting lf.ti) aud tlie wVttch-
rcpairing lo their .different
post for the night
Once more the
fyouiig' girl, exhau: led am1
Idying i wiih hungei', held
3 l....,,f ncl-fid n vnnnff
min... ; p. j or
ijhaltjd,1 felt in; his yjockct ai d
Idown a piece of 'money, lor lie would
i -i hi ii
Inot come !in contact) with' 'such a mis-
e looking 1 object, A policeman
was! watching the Dcggar ap
peared suddenly and seized. he lj.
'1 have caught you-at it, 10. e.-
vmi iim be?rfringj I will
j , -'t
to tne waucii-nuu
'The young man unmet
tcriloied; ho 1 took by the
poor trirl, whom thd moment
ho whuld not haQ touched
witl) his glove, and
to -the policeman:
I 'Tlii woman is riot a beggar, she
is weu kuuwii tu luw
1 J-ll 1.
'I tell you again that I
per$on. Poor eld woman.
whisncring ia the iar of the
rrirlL whom he took to. be an o
O f . . .
man, 'tiiko this five franc jpcfe, bud
lof mr riAfomnanV VOU a shoi't U1S
t-inror -nil will tllUS avoid thp
laufe bf the man w,ho annoyel you.'
'The coin slipped from J'oi r hand
Inti mine,' continued the pritie, 'and
as you were passing -just tjhen under
a gas light, I saw your fatje.'
'My face!' exclaimed Frederic.
'Yes, my dear friend, it w as my
life and perhaps my honor
saved J You gave Lady Melville, to
your future wile. j
You. said J? redone, &
nm - so nen-4-vou -JUUe
begged in the-strcets
11 have. I received c larj
it was from you. The day. after
thnt unfortunate nitrht!, which I now
place , with the hapflest moments tf
my existence, an old lady in whom I
had inspired some interest oo
mc a situaiion oi
good house; gaietjj
I gained, il thq
sooiii returned i ana
friendship of my
employer. ' One
d:iy Lord Melville entered the room
where I was at WorljJ and seated him
self by mV; sidet vIIe was a marj of
about fiftj years of age, tall, with a
freezing ccjunteriance. : '
'Miss,' aid lie, 'I know your his
tory, will you many me?' .
Alairy youl'jl exclaimed.
Vs ! T lm-r nn immnnse fortune.
which I do not
JU V - nil 1 v ,
to leave to jmy
nephews;1 1 have . gM the gout, and I
desire some one bet
tn hilco care of md. Frofn what I
have heard of You
ou may now be
and 'thus prove
come Lady MelvilW
tllat vo'u can bear gdbd , luck as well
as' you have endured the.' trials . of
'I loved you4 IrMcric,' continueu
Madame de la Tour,
fol'net you, and I hat
llmt. nnr d.iv we silould be unitetl
with each other. I knew that Lord
Melville's motive Sji marrying me
was to' Vi int his sfrjitc against his
nephews, c',ml I h'atcdjto be the instru
ment ofjjns revenue. The noble
Lord perceived my hesitation, and
unred his 'point, '"hose who sur-
rounded mo advise
vantage of the fully
me to take ad
of man worth
But I : thought ol you,
Frederic. ; Your image was constant
j ly before my mind and tor the saUe
of one whom 1 had seen but a mo
ment, I. almost sacriiced my fortune
and yours. Ifpwcvck my trials had
been too severe; to allow my romantic
ideas to get the bettbrof my reason.
(Tlin nonrr so.-inikfrOPS o-oVfi ' VOU
dp, and I became
j. iiu t uli i. . r- j
That was the fury-
le, my beloved;
1, a poor, and abandoned orphan, the
wife of one of I the
' ' . . II . - r
iioblest peers ol
England! Ihjmy s-
V til l lil-.j
seated on silk land
velvet, I drove
through j tlie Very
few months before
L . . :
trccts, where a
was begging for
Su'ch arc the
a morse1, of bread.
caprices !of fortune J
'Happy Lord M
Frederic. I '
'He -Was very happy, indeed,1 ex
claimed Madanlc del la ! Tour.' 'He
was rich1 beyond me
sure, and never
could spend pus :
rightly supposed th:
income, ana ne
secure hjm thejafi'ections of a woman
whose fortune he would make; iand
ho novo rrnon fod his marriage. 1
v,.. ,t , i y
welfare in -the
Lord, and I so
. He died leav-
laced Ink last hours.
ali his wcflth, and i then
vowed liivsclf never to marry jagam,
but thclmarl who had assisted mc in
the most' painful moments ot-my
life; I cjidpavorcd td find iou, .but
!h, if I had onlf Known
e.' ' ' 4-' 1
'It is 3 he same, said tuc, una
nl.-.f-nd t iii the" hand- of 1 edene;
'By shokwng this piece,' of jmohey
was enapied loouunit iipivtuui 'h
on a credit for a few hours. . Ihe
,1 T .1.1 '..jl.
next uav l ootanieu,;i cnuanuu,
T iMc-f line: pn.nhled tb keep it; it has
' i i
never left mc for a' moment. Oh,
how haipy.I was wlien I met you a
month Wot I was1 so glad that I
used thb first strat.jgem that came
into my head to br ng you near me:.
I had but one feafj"nnd that was to
find you married. Then you never
hoard the story. I would
have made you ric
Melville would have
, and pobr Lady
returned; to Eng-
land, and shut herse
f up in hercas
lie in aics
i i . ? . ir i . .
Frederic had dropped the hand of
his wife, and stood
; upon the
coin, the cause of hjsjha
fortune. L , i
'You see,' said Madame de la Tour
fW T cim nnf n f:iirV:'it is VOU, On
the contrary, who give' me the talis
Tiie town ol Columbus, Ivy., by
a vole ! of her citizens has taken
$30,000 worth of (stock in the iIo
bde. and Ohio I rajilroad company
without a Uisseniiiig; voice.
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J3o itiml . gracing.
The New York-Herald, says of the
Democratic Nominee, ;Gen. Pierce
in political! principles he is : sound to
the-bhek bone a democrat of the
old school, Tree from all the isms bfij
fhe day; and- that he j distinguished
himself in the Mexican war. Ui hi
nomination' the same paper , says, it
was the best that could have been
made, and was received in the city
ofNqw York with general exultation
by all 'the respectable and most in
fluenlial members of the democracy
Thei are now confident ol, carryin
the 'State of New York, in Novem
gainst any whi
be started, tven. Pierce has
enough of military reputation
to talie the wiry edge off of General
Scott who- has! nothing else to trust
Gen. Pierce is, besides, a good states-
a souhtl politician a sensible
a discreet man aud ncverl
wrote any siasty-pkte-of-soup1? let
ters in his I life. He is perfectly
sounds on the Compromise, and on
every other question of great nation-
al interest. ! Ho ! went through thq
great campaign ol Mexico witirhrave
T ' ; "ii'i
ry,-courage and .patriotism. .At thd
close lie rested quietly on his deeus.
and made no attempt ; to-get iq
nuarrd-ls with his brother officers, oi!
1 , J i ' i ii-. .. . ii i
tockulin exclusive credit over othersJ.Gcn.Bobcit Armstrong was selected !
i . .. i'. i I -i-v i t l ! i .1
for performing his duty to his coun-
irv 'i !
more feun, in writing
of the i Baltic
ton,'snvs : .The nominJ
iitions of Gen.
please best on
Picrcp and Col. Kjng
the sober second thought;; and jthd
more democrats rcflec
the more ard
they satisfied with it.
I have notiieard. as yet, a sir.glcLthe meeting, and the following is a 1
whisnrf of discontent, and there is nd'
doubt whatever but that the ticke
made in-Baltimore will bring out thd
whole strength of the parly in New
York and Pennsylvania. ! It spreads
satisfaction and content everywhere
The plat lorm, especially, is giving
satisfaction all round, and -it; is thai
which will give strength to the nem
inations. The democrats say thcyj
want nothing but an unexceptional
hie man; the principles set forth ii
the declaration must do the rest
ft, "! -IN-
TlJe Cincinnati Euquircr, in speak
in.f of Gen. Pierce, says: ile is ai
nrr-nniplished ficnllemanJ liberal Iho
very decided, in his views. He
about ftfty years of age, of; fine per
ingli agreeable and ; social disposi
tion. He is just the' kind of a mail
1 r . . I it 11 I
American would iik
be brought in persona
him. We speak thi
from our Jcr
al knowledge of thfc'ty every where through' thekfnd, will
man. HC win nn un iiouoi n,y
Presidential fchair, and will do it wit lb
tr . J-ii '.:ii. 1 11-1.
firmness jand ability, but with an al
sencc of hau
cur, which can not bit
to the Republican sim
thi American people.
T,n tnniivillA Dpmnrr.it. saVS
Xllli lJUUI-lii'v " V
n,,r,.iLrr,ho, lr-mW fJpn. Piprfln-
.1. ..1. i rt. ri.rtLi.J.:w.ird to fain new strchgtti: and con
MilliUo li lllJ HUH- iiiuuj v inu
ocratic party. He has been eleetc 1
a inembcr ot the House ol itepresei
talivcs and of the Senate of the U. S
where he; served with marked ability
He was.' tendered Ij a ! place ;in M
npt. that of Attorney Gea
eral, which he respectfully declined.
Qi,.Mnf,ni v ha sprvpd in t ho. annV.
durin the Mexican war. ! He is rt -
garded as one of the most emineiit
.-uucu vnu v .
jurists in the U.S.; he is: just tl e
man upon whom thejlemocratic par-
ty of the North, -dSouUi,and:L,t
and West can unite in one. solid
phalanx and give a unanimous sub
port. ' ' ; h ' ;
The Louisville Times j says :
Contreras, when dashing; over t
pedrigal fer; the purpose of headi
his brigade,' Gen. Pierce's horse I
under him, and crushed the leg
his rider in the fall
Cherubusco followed next day, uhid
scorning to hang bad; within his tefitj
- 1 int i rriiTPn in -iiiniu. lit; niuuuu
bd, and urged Ifis nied "on
fl" ! Tn tho fnrpmoSt rank
of battle 1
e was found; and through
most of thtit bloody day, he was
he'wing in which- did was
But! with fatigue and the
anguish of a:fractured limb, I;ej be-p-imo
Tiint ' and was borne inse'nisible
from the field; . but not before (Could
he have heard) the shouts of yititory
would havejiilled his I ears,1 and
brought back1 the quick pulsations to
his noble heart. 1 -
We speak with enthusiasm of the
gallantry of Gen. Picrccbecause, at
tached to that branch of service, we
were an eycUvitncss of all that wc
'.represent." It was with pride and
exultation th'at we saw him rejecting
the privilege 'accorded the wounded,
j and bareiug '-jliis bosom to the strife."'
: Our admiration knew no bouiids
for we felt that there was a heart tru-
,ly American American in its most
rrimrivi'P.onsivn bCL'aU lfuiMtca vi
', self, and all for its country. ; j
I ' AVasiiinjjloa.' I I
jWAsiiixcTox, June 9.
i Agreeable! to a call of the Jackson
! Democratic Association, a vast mul
Ititude of persons assembled in front
' of the City Hall this evening to rat
ify (he Baltimore. Democratic nomi-
i i' i i I
.nations. - ;
being called to order,
as President, and a number ol gen
tlemcn Vice Presidents, among
whom were Thos. llitchie and Amos
! 3lr. Ritchie was called for, and
J expressed his hearty concurrence in
'the nominations of the Convention,
and spoke in high terms ,of the cari-
Gen. Cass was then introduced to
extract liom tpectn
'I congratulate you,; my
citizcns, upon the fortunate torminn-
lion of the labors of the Democratic ; prosilcut. ' He is not far from five
! Convention They hare ! done their iL;ot clcyeu ia hciufit nlK pmc.
work, and have done ii well. jTheylv rr0p0vtioneL His "face is im
'havc presented to us, as our( stand-1 an(J-t.ommantTng,and beam
'ard -bearer during the ensuing Prcs-, in.aipovcr . with the light of inttl
'idcntial campaign, an ; able and an and tner2V. We have never
honorable citizen, with, a character j smi ;l teuico which exhibits
; above reproach -a true democrat, a jmore ofiy 7tal and uudis- .
! tried patriot, and an1 experienced I -j fr.mU., With a mind of
tst'iffsannn. who has faithfully served ut.,. .:.t. .t,. ! i,'.,.-,,,;.vich-
his country; in high stations, in peace he combines t he suavity
and in war, and who will servo hcrjofa dliUL :UU lJabitsare tho.se of a
...M. ..,.! (t.t-vlif,' ,i ( !mf lurr hoi- cl'i. . ... .. . .
lUUiyjUoimai..; in 1.1.1., . ; m;, W)0 . bdlCVCS lllCTO IS SI ' gl'Cat
.tion to which we mtena to elevate dc;il tt ,,c dull0. .:Ild YCVV JUtlc time
him. I know him well, and, say ot, t(j do jt jn e is at work,
! him what I: know of him. i He will:.jhll wo m:IV S;,ly gav. that from
'go for the Union, aud the Ci lislitu-j (he t j,e cnk.rr;d vnAQ
lion; discarding all sectional fbehugs, , fi0 ,nan f peiit his m0VQ )rij ;
'and discountenancing every efiort to r (1, f,lVrv:n,f lllh wI,ftf ,vr,s '
, I excite agitation from which,; God, in .
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His mercy, has delivered us.; i iwm i
confidently trust that our whole par-
pnmd 1111 in t m "1 fill Mi h. lil. luui
"r . o j :
; one .heart and .one mmd, wiljl glad.y
.seize tne occasion. m-'VJ.lu 1Ui"i his love of countrv he is a perfect ;
'get and forgivo past fissej.f ions, so ; en(huf:i.,s. IIad j:c dozen lives'
'that the only strife herptdter; will be;to givc (hov woUjd be freely yielded
i who shall show most devotion to the!,; hor j'- ; Thi:. s:1nt r,,,tnrf!
itrue and timc-honoredj principles ofj.
: our party. ! Let us look back only to
. , ! I 1 I
learn wisdom and expenencej but lei
fidencc fitm unitci
I have already paid that the Con
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vention had done its work well.
Now, let every democrat gq and do
his work equally well, ind all will be
Ami such, l uouoi not, wiu uo
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the course of the paijty
ueeree ims jiouu luuu
; may reaii it
in u ilu. si'rilS Of tllC
., , , ' 'v,m ii.r.
the baud writing is upon the
,1, . .-.:7r :n xxr,rA
walk and there it ,w
that need n omtermdt r hat a q
ine governmeuu 01
the next lour years aye, anu 1 iruat
for long years thereafter."
iGen. Houston was received with
'loud hurrahs, and made but lew" re-
ie s mirks. He knew the nominees in-
h'timately and well, and vouched for
11 ! their patriotism, talents,' and sound
ofj democracy;, 1 By the! letter which
of' had been read, it would be seen that
; Gen. Pierce was lor the wiioie union,
jand nothing less. - ! - .
Judge Douglass wjis next intro
duced, and was received with more
enthusiasm' Ihan any of the pre
ceding speakers. " ...
! "Wc have," said Judge, Doug- :
las, '-assenibied here to-night to j
congratulate Ihe country and one
another, on the cordial reunion of
(he democrat! : party. The Nation-'
al Convention which recently as
sembled in Ba limorr, has presented
a platform on which all democrat
can stand with honor and with
safety a' plalform worthy of the
best days of the party under a Jcf
fcisoir or a Jackson. They have
also presented to m the names of
two eminent Statesman for our
support as President and Vice
President of .the United Staler,
whose lives and characters i!his
Utile and adorn that system of gov
ernment which it is our aim and
mission, as a party, to niaintaui and
perpetuate. With such a platform
and sucli a ticket, a gloiious victo
ry a wails us. -
"I is unnecessary to detain yon
with a discussion as to tlie princi
ples of the tw o parties, but I shall
he prepared for the whigs when
they shall have pivsenicd their can
didates and platform.''
. Gen. Lane, Prank. Gallagher, of
BalliaioiT, Hon. Alexander Btn-I, of
Michigan, II. B. Wright,5 ol Pcun.,
and oilier gentlemen, address d the
meeting, and as we close this ic-
port at midiug.it it
i- in full blat.
While the meetitiir was ! si HI in
progress, the band of music was ue
tailed to serenade the Ilonj Viti.
B. KingVathis residence. Uespond
ing to tiie compliment, he; came
forward and made a..: handsome
speech in ai: -cptance of thel nonii
nation, and in behalf of don. Pierce.
Personal Appearance and Habits of
(ien. rierrc. '
. "Rvrvhrolv. of ronr.so. is anxious
to knw; somcljlincJ a))unt tllQ j,-
r .., t.,.:!l .vi:n : . t(, i,. our liext
j u j t hi tln (j K pirCl..
As an 'orator we will pitt him
.inv T,.:1I1 ; iJ Cltmrv
,t .iv,.umcnjs iirc nor;c ti(.
coinpiici ior iuy it.iuiy ui n. u.u iuu
. .md w elcgallC0 of jlis gestures; in
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rhi ciu,racter 1 tmy iiavo jnl,cr.
itcJ Vom j., ,:.lth(Jr vho ,vas a G(
eral'in the revolutionary war, and, we
may add, was afterwards Governor of
New Hampshire. We delight ia' be- (
ing thus particular, though we. have
not said all we shall say. CUvdund
Vluiiiih "hr. - , ' .; I
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' Gen. Pierce is a native oT IiiIh-
he who runs;""1" T . , V . '
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t)eing mc ijen. i icrce wiiost-name
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uaii nonorame rami nunc nisi wai.
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W.bster, Gen. Cass, Hon.
John A, Dix, Sec.
On landing-Jit Newport; llhode
Island, on his return from Mexico,
Gen. Pierce feund that thrre ivjis
due him of .arrears of pay, $'210.
He added from hi prival Vr;e
$G0! to tliis sum, and distributed it
aiiiolig the puorer of his fellow s. !-ditis.
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