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' IM THE V MISS ME AT HOME!
Do they rnls me t home do thoj mlu met
'Twould be n usurence moit doar.
To know t thle moment eome loved ono,
Were wyirKt, 1 wl.h be were hero;
To feol Hint the group at the nroalde, . ,
Wore thinking of me as I ronm;
Oh, yes, Uwould be Juy without measuro, .
To know that they mlaa me at home.
When twilight npproaoho-tho aeason,
That ever Is sacred to song
Does some one ropoat my namo orer, .
An sigh that I tarry so long
. And to there oo chord In the moale.
That's nilMcd when my voice is rnwajT
And a cord In each heart that awakolh
Kccret at my woarisomo stay!
Do thevsot me a chair alUio table,
When evening', home plcnsuro. arc i nlglii
vvhnn the candles are in in (""
A n tl.a alBN II, LI1H "J
Andwl'ion the "good night's" repeated,
And all lay down to their sloop.
"AXperiw while they weepT
Do thoy miss mo at home-do they inis me
At morning, at noon and at nighU
And lingers one gloomy shade round them,
That ouly my presence can ligiur
ire Joys lets invitingly welcome,
Aiid pleasure !' halo than before,
Because one is missed from (ho circle
Because 1 aiu with thoin no merer
YES WE MISS THEE AT HOME.
Wo miss the at hoinc-we miss thoo,
And oh, wo wish thou iwerl .hero,
To HnEer with us round tlio nroslilo,
And share In the evening's cheer.
To list lo the voice of the iovod onus.
And wish that thou never would'st roam, ,
Oh, yos, 'twould bo Joy boyonnd measure, .
Dearest brother, if thou were at home.
Wo miss thoo -nt home wo mUs thoo.
When pleasures of evening are iiiiih.
When the sun hath retired in splendor
To liis home in the Western sky.
And the moon is shining so brightly
On the family circle at homo;
' Oh, then It is that wo miss theo,
Aud sigh that thou ever dld'sl roinn.
. Wo miss thee at homo we miss thee
As we all kneel down to pray.
And tears wlU start from our eyelids,
To think that thou still art away,
If before lite' Journey 1 over, ,
And thy spirit hus passed from the earlU,
Wiltthou not incut with our circle,
And choer our desolate hearlhl
Oh, yes, when Che Pprlng-tlme Cometh,
With the birds from a distant shore,
Then may we not hope to embraco thee,
At homo In our armsonce more;
r To kneel with us in thechmh-yard,
11, the aide of ttiat dear Utile totiib, - ;
Ami niii.Kle thy tears, dearest brother,
With tUose thou hajrtleft here at home.
THE tOSTTFoiJPiO AND IIESTOIXED.
4 SKETCH FROM HFK.
Wl T.ivincrston. "Irom
IlllVU VUU NU"
' ..v . i, "and there was a
circumstance attending it which will make
.it the most memorable cvem in my ue,c
life--' , .
.t..,i..,i wVint ! tlmt. rav fiionu .'
"Ah it would take moro time than either
you or I could now spare," said Manson,
:.r ,.i.,i nn.l vnii to listen to the
pardoulan, but I will attempt a very brief
BBUlUll Ul VIIU , . . t
When I wont to school in Connecticut I
i .. i a. f,;nd and schoolmate,
nan a vci viui - ,
John McL d. Ho was one 01
.... t .:!. n,l cf. riftloved DUDlls 111
llio uri"iiw;au nu - . . . . 1 1.
..i.i 1I rrrw tin. Daid hisaddrcss
v,0i;f,,i nnl oxeellent voung lady,
the church. At length lie
,-;aA tr liU Marv. and they pre
Smmiulmtnlv after that event, in pur
suance of a previous plan, to emigrate to a
wcsternState. i ne evening kv ""-v
we were to separate, perhaps forever, I had
a tender interview with my bosom friend
and his lovely wife; it was deeply affecting
to us all. , -. ,
The next morning they departed, with
the affectionate farewell of many old friends
and neighbors in the town where they wero
born and reared, with a handsome provis-
inn wYirjll VV rVm nnronts of both, who Were
in competent circumstances. Ten years
elapsed, during wmcn i wan
Methodist ministry in distant places, as my
lot happened to be cast. Not a word con-,
cerning them reached my ears in all that
timo. The course of duty called me then
to the vicinity of the place where my friend
had settled, and I resolved to go ou.t of my
way considerably to give them a call." Ar
riving at the town and enquiring for their
residence I was told they lived some dis
tance from the centre of the village.
At length I found the place. At the
first glance my 'mind misgave me. Tho
sight of the miserable x:abin made mo sick;
and after hitching my horse I scarcely
dared to enter.. Knock I could not; there
was no door nothing but a blanket stretch
alas! what did I behold 1 There was Mary
sitting on a stool with an infant in her lap,
and another child in the corner on tho
,1 V. Vn tskin hurl nO floor.
UIUUI1U, IUI wwv uww
Oh. sirrht of woe I How altered was
L. 1.,1 Uun T n I
"Do you remember mo,- dear Mary .' 1
"0, Mr. Manson, is it. indeed you.' we
are ruined: John is lost, and I and .tlio
children are starving here. We have not
had a morsal to eat sinco yesterday morn-
5 . tt In ! .1 T iitslifiM, Sa
"Ureal iieavensi buiu a ""' i
John?" ; !
"Ho is at the store; he has not been
hero for several days."
"I must seo him," replied I.
"Better not, sir, he ia 6avage now, and
will ill-treat you."
"I must and will see John," I replied;
and started immediately for the store, ac
. -,i: Vine HirAntinn. There was no
, timo to 'lose, for I was to be at the Oon-
r wWViAti T wan hmind on a 00 f tain
a i mm a MnvA.niAi T rtOQfii.v found the store
--a AntiiMtfi . Thtk firai Ricrht disclosed four
BUVA CUMv. w O Vi mL 4
nlavin ty cards at a table, The next
glance discovered a man stretched out along
a whisky hogshead. Th landlord was
sitting by, but instantly sprang up and ran
, T ! I ,L. rti 1 1 ns,n fl A BUT,.
DCIltnU Wl CUUIll V TTt. HniU
posing I was a customer. Says ; , .
m J I A,, .
"lsJonn MCIj a nere;
Tk. all WilrnJ nt ma on hearinor. the
Question, as if it had been the old One, ora
Sherift. - -
What is that to you?" ho sullenly , re-
."i want io see iiu a utvicu.
While I waa speaking I took another sweep
of the room with my eye, and saw some-
thino1 UKo a man asieep in mo oruur.
thatJohn?" I asked. -
. "Nona of vour business," answered ine
surley bar-keeper. .' . ' :
u "it it lstlial unnappymnn, you wui uuu
it some ' of my business," I replied , So I
tn tiim rpnnrrnizad him. tllOUffh 111
(his shocking! beastly plight, and began to
wake him. mis was no easy ji",
while I was about it, tff: rumsell.c.r.andhisj
guests romoustraled, tolling mo to go away,
threatening chastisement turn miuwiujj v
lence. I had a loaded Whip, and am not
inferior, you know, in point of wiry muscu
lar power, and though a man of peace, I
confess that in the whole twenty-seven
years I have been in the ministry, I never
folt so strong a disposition as at that mo-
mint i nivaFniirnF five men a tltrashinar.
lUeil W ETv. " - " C7
. .. -T-i-J J T .,r
They were lnumiaateu, uuu i tucramiu
lonrrtr. in imttinir John HDon his lefrs, and
trottinrr him off homoward. My presence
and tlio exercise sooereuinni, iuumi vtcu
he reached his hovel he was in his right
, "T fnrn-nt. tr montion that wlion I first
wont into the house,' the child upon tho
ground started up irignieuea, runiuug w
LvmniWortinor'. "is ho coiner to carry
. .. i -..ai A...I
us to mil mother, wnere lamur nasi .nu
. . ttJ 1 1 no
that poor mother soooeu upon my mum w
if her heart would break. Well, I con
versed with them an hour, talked of old
iiui ; nnnnpnticiit- the old village, and
k I 1 1 1 V. O lit w,.. " J - . .1
school davs. Ho was softened; his heart
. mi T I A. 1 . .1 .
was touched, inoniurgeu mc piugc,
i.: nut. in Vinr nrofoundlv earnest, al
most frantic plea. She felt this indeed to
bo the hour ot aesuny.
"Do you think I can keep it?" said ho
at length tho miserabla man, once so pro
mising now so fallen. "Is it possible for
mo to bo saved?"
It is." saii. I, with confidence and
imVu,' vnii r-aiMipcTT it. ' I know vou can
T" J - r .. . .
In t in name ot hiinianiiv ana reiijiion, uv
it, dear John, and God will help you. At
last ho consented. We knelt down on the
earth there was no chair, no table in the
knnan! T Innlc Ollt tll TjledsTO. Wll'icll 1
always carry in my pocket, placed it on
t.hn imi whore Marv naa oeen biiuiiKu
i,0.lor1 liim mv nencil. Ho wrote his
nfimo. thank God I Notwithstanding his
hnnutifullv written, as
UUUUIVIirUt " J. '
afterward observed, for he.wos an excellent
..iwO.,- Wo Hiii not rise till 1 naa renov-
ouuujm ' v
od my overburdened heart in prayer, and.
I prayed with an my struggling u
ins aespairing wuc juuku
invocation, that tho Jjather ot mercies
T..,U rivB the returned prodiaal to ins
,o nn, tlmt. lm niisrlit never iro astray
a'rain. It was now quite timo for mo to
n-o and resume my journey; dui 1 couiu
Z, innvn thn town before I called upon
tho class-leader, left him some money for
. ! A 1 ,.1.
the family, and enjoined upon mm to iw
oft... iVinm nnd throw around John tho
shield of nil good influences, to prevent his
suffering a relapse. w nateyur iui-uiol
incur on their account I
V Ultimo . . , ,
promised to pay as soon as miormed oi
Another decade rolled by, during which
no tidings came to mo at the East from this
:,..,;.,, nnnnlo. At length I was called
aain to visit those western regions, and
to pass near tho residence oi tins umunu
nato brother. On reaching the town, my
disappointment was extreme to learn that
distant country. I
I1U llltVA IVlllv. v w "
anticipated misfoi tune ; but as the place
designated was noi wr irom my mwuuou
route, I resolved to go ana see mm.
When I entered tho town of
t-v Inntiinry amnnd ' "Oh.' T am re
joiced to see that you are here to see it." :
Wbea we naa returnea w me nouse,tn
ten years' history of struggle) - repentance
and reformation was rencounted. Pros
perity was the consequence.! The dwel
ling was his, the farm and all. His wife
was happy. .The Deauiuui young gin, al
most a young lauy now, waa iuc uu iy tnuu
that was crawling on the ground on my
....... m, .1 .I'll
hrst Visit. nere were mrec mure uuuureu
now. To crown the whole,, be said:
A fW T liarl nnrsevered a vear in absti
nence according to that blessed pledge, ta
ken on that awful day, on the stool in the
log nut, which rises io me oiien in a spec
dnnYir nflAr kaeninir it saoredlv I
IIIM . IIVIIV.,, " ,
year. I committed myself to the church, of
which my wife, who has been an, angel
i,o1ninrr ma wm it. member. ProsDeritV
attended mv worldly business; but this was
i . ... t
not a complete 8tusiacnon.A-ww-
be" more, aud ieonrmencedfatudy -fof the
ministry. Aly dear iiiena anu -urouier, j
am nnwn Tninisitn- of tha.everlaslincr cos
pel. How much, what an - inexpressible
debt do 1 owe yous
w. l-ni.lt dnwn too-fithnr on the rich car
pet, instead of the cold earth, and prayed
as fervently as i prayou Deiore, m tuo
cauin; uui in n nun i uiuon.u
stead of the Blmost despairing supplication,
and the entreaty ot loriorn nearia, cruf ncu
to tho earth with sorrow thanksgiving,
praises, gratitude now roso spontaneously
Irom our tongues aim uuun v, mo "-'
of Ceesar never swelled with such trium
phant joy at any of his conqussts, as mine
does tor any agency in me saivauou oi una
ono man, and tho hopes oi nis iainny. -
A Cnrnocs ArrArB -
co Courier publishes
have been written uy
ry, Wyoming county,
California, requesting 1
the means of going to
The young man had ni'
day, never lived In u.
acquaintances in mis i
ware of. Tho writer i
that she was informed
he San Francis
. iter pnrportinjj to
oung lady in Per
lo a gentleman in
in to furnish: her
,j Pacific State.
r heard ofthola
i State, and has no
;ioB, that lie is a
. !ie letter declares
of his name, fesi-
T io ainrrnlar " Kav the NfiWaik Daily
Advertiser, "yet it has been remarked by
persons of observation.that the old Romans
seem not to have bequeathed their physiog
nomy to the Italians of the present day.but
that the Americans.especially of the North
ern States, resemble them most of any oth-
. . i i r ...
people now existing, in me general iua
tnroa nf thn face.Judfrinir from well-authen
ticated statues of Cicero, Tacitus, Seneca,
and other men who inhabited Italy sixteen
or oighteen centuries ago, they had not on
ly a goneral American cast of countenance,
UU. junw-oovw l" " ,
tures considered of great importance by
nViTTcinrvnnmistc Sllpll (IS tllfl fomliead.mOUtll
and that most prominent and emphatic of
ll Afiiiiilve ' Al anv r A 1m
illl,. Ult liesc ui eui ,,miivj. . - J
tiavelcrs, navesaia, mat a most piuusuin
... , . ...i
limb DUO nun jw.v.m.w . .
minarncifv and f irDCCt for the fair.
throu"h a spiritual mo .am, ana had never
heard oi mm ouicrwe. .i.-,.. -..
,i, tn nn in nalifoni' ..' and obeyed 'the
sugo-estions of herspir -ual correspondent
to write lo tno sirangci.. iu y.ivn..,s
an extract from the letter: .' - -
if .nni,f orith'i a club to raise Hie
monna ti lielrt me to t tlicre, VOU' WOUld
confef a kindness th; -,V?a;J bo greatly
appreciated.--1 baVft tiTi0 afcablo,
but they think ma insane -when I p?nk of
it. I have despaired oi getting money -nough
to como by my own exertions. 1 am
only a scnmstress.dressmakerand tailoress,
k.. nt orwinr.ritif narpnts. tenderly rear
ed un 16, when I lost my fatherat 2D,'
my motner. i nave busumui-u ijj
A a fnr nr-nnmnhshmcnts. lis raid that
I am at home in the parlor or kitchen, at
the piano or my worn taoio. a piay musiu
some, but am not competent for a teacher.
r ' - nn fnHn. a.iirt ia f,1l1l.
My ag0 IS ZO, Illy IOI1U, no "", -"
k-ss-complexion neither dark nor sandy
hair brown and of natural curl eyes large,
and blue as summer sky Roman nose,
characteristic of my race mouth not large,
but a little saucy looking. They some
times tell me I am not handsome, but pas
sable." , '
This is given as the portraitof barah A
tt T, f I).i.ir i, a q tnrocti 1(1
V D , l itiiji
Fridajr tveninff, Jlf 9t. 1851
Tail Wma PArr. Tl) Boston Ada
truthfully remarks that the- Whig party
rose with the constitution, and will stand
br that sacred instrument But thev will
not forect that the world and the country
is progressing, and that fidelity to the con
stitution requires them to change thai
mode of defense, aa often as there is any
new mode of attack. If the North wero to
invade the rights of tho South, tin Whigs
would throw themselves into the Dreacn,
od if the South should attempt to break
through all legal barriers and invade iSortb
ern rights, they will bo found ready to re
peal invasion from that quarter, whether
the attack be made by Southern, slavehold
ers of Northern doughfaces- . :. "A'J-''' -'We
mean to meet the crlslii as (brV pre
sent themselves. We shall not quarrel a
'.Tb.Wat it Ooxi.-Tho President
holds in his hands the purse and the swjmT.
so Thomaa B3ntoo aaysf'and we- wonder if
thepeopla care abont it? ' Free use Is
mad of the former, Certainly, by the gov
ernment.'. Millions ro to Santa Anna.
millions to Txar(oii1 fvurtem n3 over
ulheso items) arid these are Over two
more in the armj tlH for" Califonili, with
the proDaDiii'.y pi as iargtan cxpenoitui,
on othe1rcore.'''iH.'re are the. i!cms for
California:,-. ;) 't t.
Forapprslnc tixllaa buatiLtletia CaUfor
la tv Slats Oovernneirf of do 1 Ktl m4 KM
For urTs, tac
Por survey of boandary Una ; r
for Caitom bum and koos ''
t ' k ' r '
Total Mar etp-nd:trtet Ibr t'Hllf'rnila prd)n-.
In the Xorlb rn the shores of thaLakes
alinnld not ha lurorned if tiie atrnroafia-
f - - j . .
ecu. ,iii;uik:ii mv oiuiii nui iiiiviu- I UUU9 tills TCUl SUVBIU VAUUCU istum bib
bout the embargo, or a United Slates Bank, J uoss or dollaes ..I I. : Open your eyes,'vo-
t j: j .',.- i-;. t.rs it is Uttc.- Leader. r...
until wo have disposed of tho present' is
sues, and sccuro to freedom those rights FALcosnninGE Dead. Yestefdav after
which were decreed to it nearly forty years , noon at Z o'cloi k, Mr. J. F. Klley, better
ago. Wo will not waste our strength jn 1 known -.aa "r alconbridge and Vaci
fiirhtins the battles of the last centurv over "U'"C- " Vr . . T. ' TT...
again, until we have repelled the assaults
of the modern vandals, who have waged
war ajfaiust human rip-hts. The Whip-
party will live in the preierU and m4 in the
putt. " .
,i,,n .TnVin wna cniii to live. I made inqiii-
r.. V,io rlurnllinrf find WaS told it W8S
the second house on tne icu imuu iuo "
iu- .oi n..in nriw so near. I hastened
MIO IUOVI. . A'fd.Q ,
onward eagerly, and presently a nice frame
building, painted wl ite, appears. I could
not help putting up a prayer, that my dear
friend might be so nappy as to ouuuuy ...
i t.if i.i,i,naKtohlo aa thin. Exnec-
tation now become painfully intense. What
t . a A .o l;bo
in mercy was i sent w see i x. ov-ono
tirhieh ton vears before left
such awful traces on tho memory, never to
I,., i,i,rnmtoH v i rnniii not leu. ai a
UV IVJ. . T-
,l,lnr, turn in ilia lnml. I thoUfrllt I UlS
nnmiui pnnilior wliiifl house in the distance
r i, ii-noa Ye it is so. with rreen
blinds, and as I wont nearer, graveled walks
wero seen, a hanasomo panng, auu iu,
mntoi irnpa mirl shrubbery. Surely there
is somo mistake in tho direction; this can't
be John's homo, yet it is the seconu on tno
Fastening my beast to a hook, 1 went to
tho door and knocked, a gin, ju&u yu mi
f . , 1 A if
verge oi womannoou, upcuuu
"Docs Mr. McL d livo here?
asked, with trembling.
"He docs, sir."
"To. Via nf lita naifft rifc home?'1
"Mother is within, sir; but father is in
inn (il I Plphsn to walk in. sir."
My eyo glanced through the open parlor
door. A tne carpel covereu me ""
There were handsome chairs and other fur-
-:t...-. l,t T caw nn moi'ft. for MfS. Mc-
L d by this time was informed of a
gentleman s arrival, and lost no time in
nnlmif linr BTina.irnnce.' "Good God !"
was all I remomber to have heard from
her, as she rushed forward on seeing mo,
and clasped mo by tno neca. duo miv.
fainted, and shed a flood of tears, and my
own oondition waa not mucn more eum
nosed. Recovering a little, she informed
.... v J niil nni
me that ner nusoanu waa an uumo,
upon the farm. Too impatient to wait, I
hurried away to see him. He met me as
he was coming home- as soon aa uw o
-nUs. if to a a hA TATS IftrWAra ttUU ldIieiJU.iJW
Vf v AW v .
in bis arms, saying as he strained me to bis
"Thank God! thank God! you are my
at rTII ! ! 11 a... -
savior under heaven, inis i an y
Porl.ona Dnmo nnn mnv reeocnise it. and
induce her to stay at home, if she is ts
good looking as represented. Rochester
Rbv. Henbt Ward Braciiaa. This
gentleman having been suggested as a
candidate for Congress, thus declines the
If. mav not he modest far us to decline
renllv asked. But such ef
forts will certainly be lovo's labor lost. If
the people wish us to be President of these
TTnitflrl Stntos. we should bo disposed to ac
cept that. And we fancy that there will
Wnsliiiurton city after our
tiaveicrs, navesaiu, uiaw mua. iuu. .i .v...-.-. - 0
i fiiinn. .la-svinsmo nver them.whcn mauo-ural shall have oeen pronQuiictu.
surrounded by Uie statues of tho great Had iho proposal to go to Congress pro
... . i . u Mno AnnAl r,Am tlm Amoripnn Knrrrd ot Al IS
loretatners ei tno present, xwhhuh lotc. kuuiuuv". -
They were used to such . faces at home, sions, there would have been grave reas
claimed immediate acquaintance wim tuum, una iu, wumuom u6 "
i. j .:,v. a tn i.niW. a. riinv rinvA n rmrder field in all Heathen
SympallllSVU WIIU, anu avrcmcii ivr J , . . .to l
standthem. They were no longer stran- dom nor yet a field where the Gospel is
gersin a strange land, as they folt they more needed, uui, wr mere pouucui
?. :. T il.:- iJ..l cA.inv in Ana. tn backslide from the DUlpit into l0n
n t -.,.ia;r.n intlm ilrawino-- o-resB. is it little too long a utndo for tho
rooms ana streets, vy miner nas m uiu umvn.in.ui.. o ?
Roman likeness gone, thcn.if not to Amer- advance.
m . .. - . . a .. J tt i
icaV Is it not in ltaiy at tins nay, a Remark abls Fkat. Sometime since
.: : '. . . r il, nnint. nf t.h lio-htninrrrod on the stee
. ru.want J0..86"'.0 " 'rLo,; Z7U . Firit C?nSTreUonal Churchin
tecuve1y,.don icommenc0 uy!, .a , s r f,- uscrewed. and fell to
that are never reaa, ano uanne. m ' ftwM ....Hunrrerous niece
nra never tt-nrn. to AtllCa: DUI llCip Uie 7 "77 . .
- ' - - 1 c l. I .... n .,. t hat , o pnmm irpp
, t . ii. MoiHo l ni wiira lo rcuiituo iv. umv miv - -----
neeflV arounu VOU. IS mere any iu iuiua .... r . .
netuy Biuuiiu u , Lam,.mv 11 no-to emnlov any one to per
about, get them nusonnas; 11 wiuow, uoi - .ww ........... 0 --- -r- , . '
solo them; if pretty girls, please them; if form the task. A Mr. DoWolf, bowcter,
oio uniu, a k y fa !;..,, vr,liin!onrri to make thcattempt, ; which the
Fwans. nreacn t ie true woru to tueiu, uu, . , , , ..
0rtiiB, pnaii r ,. nermit ed after some hesitation,
turn tWISt. iry, DOll Slew or cooa mem mw r , . , ,
uuih inio , y, kgvm ninmisp.d him a handsome sumif
something Uhnstian ana goou. Aimr wiv & r.- --- ,
. . . 9 ., , ., ii.- : l,a eiip.W. He did succeed, accom
look oat tor the neaincn anu uu.er ... .... . ' , Pnn
"loreign pans uoou. L:llan00oa nf I,...:-- de an vihintr extra-
Insolence insufficiently i umbu&u. . -
Aladvatendingone of the churches on ordinary. The New London Chrom e
Sunday last, unintentionally entere . y. '
rented pew. Tho sexton liiviica ner to get .,
out of there and hunt a seat in some other fifty feet he had to climb up a stone sur-
part of the room." The lady got up to'get face, with nothing to hold to but a small
Lt,' but the sexton not being pleased wfth iron rod, and when he reached the ball he
the speed she was making, caught her by waa still some dozen feet from the end of
v j ... :.j i (f ii,. now his lournev. This distancoTVhaa to shin
tne arm bhu nurrieu uui uu, m j . , . ,. , a
J i..l .,n o innir a rnri a Inhnr which lia IOUnd SO
On Wednesday last ho was arresieu, uisen - -a - -
before 'Squire"Davi8,' and fined 810 and tat.gu.,ng that he became exhausted and
.!... :n i uraciililirrprl tn rptnrn nnd seat himsell 011
costs. Tho bnel experience win usaeii ...iu 6 m,. ,
and admonish others that it's just as the ball and recover breath T h.she n
cheap totroatthe ladies with civiUy.at least did, and fearlessly resumed his , trmveh to-
. . f , rt..: . mgrrla Inn flnnria. -nrhorft he aceoniTJllShed
as it is to treat mem ruuc.y. .
( Mass ) Her. llis obJect' and eamo down' as we "a e
' ' ' raarlv al!tlrH.
rrrr , , j
RinrrTv o Rats. We have reaa ana
The Know 'Nothings.' The result of
tn AAnwrg'a AloMinna in "Wnir Orlofina.
Washington and Philadelphia, showa the
organization 01 a puwer.ui laiercsi. auunu
bv the significant appellation which beads
i rri i ,1 .
mis aruciu. tuuy iiavo come upuu uj
politicians as some of those signal scourges
with which heaven has chosen to afflict the
wickedness of man, have come upon the
.nrili mnvinrv insrri.tnhU nnrl irr(f;itaLle
land inexorabfe power, and leaving no other
rccoru OI iu iiaiure tuau me uuiwhvivi
its path. Politicians staud aghast. They
have been struck dumb in the councils.
They have been earned fainting from the
fcasta. Their charms have lost their po
tency. Their pride is humbled. Like the
storm of hail and brimstone which swept
over the doomed cities, like the pestil-
nniA Yi-Vii.li cnarfwl not tlm Kunuch at the
footstool ot the Monarch on tne tnronc, yno
throne, the 'Know Nothings' seem moving
over tho land on a mission of political pun-
iahment and nrostration. As these severe
. .. r. ... . f.ll J v..
marks ot divino inaignation ionoweu uy
prayer, repentance and reformation, we
may hope that a few move salutary admo
nitions may have tne eneci oi restoring me
purity of olhcial appointment ana pany ac
nnn ihrniio limit tne i; in icu otaies. -
o - ,
W ni-A in tnt.il icrnoranee of the rnnci
pies or purposes ofjhe K"oy Nothings,'
pt soar ZJJt -T4r
It seems a volunteer ponce in aia oi puune
morality. It recognises no Federal divis
ion contends for no political system. t
has discarded the machinery of coventions
it makes no noisy and vindictive detla-
mations it works in ooscumy ana Biunte.
It has elevated thus far to office honest and
capable citizens. It has only made its
faith known by its works, and there is, wc
believe, no authorized publication of its
character or purposes. Baltimore Patriot.
near 1 if. h-strect. ilrv; Kellt v lias ioasf
been known by tho literary world as a racy
and humorous writer; and by his personal
at-quiiintaace as an excellent companion and
v . J t ' . J TT.. .
warm-neartea i.-ienu. . ae i-ninu w una
city from Boston last September, and was
engaged a one of the editorsofthc Coltirn
h'uin Wp rporri't to sav that he has left an
. . . i j
amiable wife and three children, who were
depending for support upon Lis library la-
Aarrrni'll "Akgp.l" IN THE FlELD. Mr.
W. B. Brown, who for the past year has
. .,. T .11-1.
been cutter in jvimoan s tailoring csiauiisn-1
meat, has quit the tailoring business, and '
gone to lectuiing on Romanism, a la Ga
briel. On Saturday night he was to speak
in Manchester, and to-night in Lawrence.
Brown paraded the streets in this city on
Saturday night, with a wig on his head, a
motto on his cap, and a star ana eagi on.
his breast.- He is a native of Concord in
this State. Lowell Courier, nth.
AvOin Appi.c! War nnn vear'hiiicc
wo acknowledged the receipt from the late
Mr. Hugh Morrison, of Belmont county,
of an apple of the crop of 1052, being then
. . r , i e .1 1 1
about one year ana a nan oiu. .ue-ue
kept the venerable specimen of fruit in our
possession until the present .time; but we
r .... ' ii. j . a : J
am ni,flni v rnmm pn in ri- ( 1 1 1 li ilb uq-
mise. It did not decav, or "go where the
good apples go," but gradually tcUhertd
itself away. This extraordinary apple re
tained a healthy appearance until it was
I two years and umr months old. Allien
Meutngtr. . ? ...
m T"l " J I r I . 1 . tool i ' 1 1 1 .
heard of tho sagacity of rate, but don t re- tef v&g ruinousy vero for railroad ope-
member anything more extraordinary than ratjon8i ftnd soveral of the lines above lati
the following: tude 45 deg. suffered extensively in the
. i i . c ' 1 ..i. ! . lima anA
"Tho workmen at Bugsworth have a breakage oi iron nx.es, eu..0,
i.:.u .u... i. ,.fi the nrlps nf whcols. On the Vermont Central Railroad
""ZrCo Ud of two months, seventy-six
ereundin an upright position. To their wrought iron tires were burst and broken
rittoaTevePral times recently during the whole winter forty-three dnv
?urP. .'. ,' ,1.- wti. inwWl cAntem. tw vecranks.andtwen-
tound the norn uueu w u.e u..u. ,-b . .. ,
.. . i n.i :i I TTT.fMT..nnii(iclinrr roils, besiues a larco
small stones, ana ne .y ..- ''-rf" ' ho broUen. For
Tins circumstance puizeieu we..., .......-. -- -- ----- f,m na
... a i.l-.,i.-:i ij nr. thoir UViranmniritris tho road bed was trozen as
Oraor VOUlKCOver uovr nuw.i (j"" ' . . ,, ,, i .. (i,i
... . . , ii !.: Joo t.or.,1 ape i-nplr shaJJionilv a train run thro
ulaced the horn in its oiu position, n...u w- . .- ' , . .. muo
erod the ground about it with soft clay.
. . .. il t .1 oo l,nf.n
The next morning mey iouhu,
it,t .Viz. Vinrn rinrl hopn filled with Stones;
the oil was gone, and the clay was hi lea
with impressions.evidently from the leet ot
rats." EnghsK paper.
A trtrirvrTvri Tpmi!T. Charles Wat-
torson, an industrious blacksmith at Hick
man, Ky., had by hard work and cioso e
conomy, accumulated sufficient means to
send for his wifo and family, whom he
had loft in England. They arrived at
Hickman some three weeks since in charge
of a friend, when his cup of happiness was
full. But alas tho joy of the happy family
was soon turned to mourning. The friend
wasonlvafew davs after his arrival attack-
nrl witheholora. and in a few hours his
earthly course was run. Tho same day
Wattersonwasatackea,ana in nve nours
da hurl crnne the wrv of all the living.
The wife a very intelligent and pleasant
wnmnn overwhelmed with erief, was mak
inv arrangmenta to return to England,
wEen she too was attacked by tho fell de-
stroyer.and in a tew nours moro naa join
ea nor uiibuauiu m hi? oiji.tv imim
JSTho Portsmouth Tribune publishes
a i,ar nf thA irnn iiirnAfrfiR in ma coun
ties of Sciota, Jackson, Vinton and Gallia,
and tVifl neirhborinir counties of Kv. with
in thirty miles of Portsmouth. The first
. o. . fr., j
.nmnriaaa tl.ttU-tiM lUTTiaCeS. A Da lTOn
boaines8 is now prosperous, and many new
turnnces are projeciea,
without some failure of machinery. Tho
New York Central during the same time
niirWnn severely. Tho tracks suffered
aiTnm ia n. rifftiitifnl sflntimcnt from
JL . A. 1. vj .u ...
the pen of Coleridge. Nothing could bo
rvn nnt tViat man wretched, who, what
ever else he suffers, as to pain inflicted, or
pleasure denied, nas a cnua on whoui ne
doats. Poverty may cast its dark mantle
over him; he may bo unheeded by those
among whom ho dwells, and hia face may
be unknown by his neighbors; even pain
may rack his joints, ana sicep .rum mo
t,;iu,. .r. has a orem with vbiub he
would'not part for wealth, defying compu-
IttUUlt 1U1 IOUIU M--a. .
sweetest sleep that ever fell on mortal s
A lbttes-writer from San Francisoo
caret in that citv "mercantile pursuits are
overdone. We have too large a number of
. 1 r ..nnlnlinn
merchants and traaers lorour FuFu...v...
Mechanical and mining purstiita nave oeen
1 , .,1 nrnlliril.ivA thftt. With tllO eX
bo in rye uu J" . ' . . ,
:nrt"tinna nrineshavo Tuled tar
v.i. ,v A onat tf raiainn. BoSldOS. OUT
ueiuw wvfv - - - - ... j
stocks are yot excessive, and perishing; and
clippers are conunuauy arriving
..55... n tJi lnat Steamer, one German
gentleman brought up two hundrao; thou-
othora f ecaiyed larga sums In tha shape of
credit from foreigncountries"
SfCll AS THE CuOLEBA. ClLS FOR. A
family of Germans who resided on the
Chicago road, within fifteen minutes', walk
from the City Hall, and had been supported
at public exp'enso for the last eight weeks,
has been swept away by the cholerf . First,
the father was taken, men ine iwo cmi
Hron ami lustlv the mother, in whose un
derskirt was found two thousand and five
hundred dollars in gold. They had lived
amidst reeking filth, foul stenches and
health-destroying vapors for . weeks, and
had imposed upon the public charity; but
their avarice has availed them iioUiingithey
are now rotting in untimely graves of their
own seeking, and the county is sole heir to
their concealed wealth. Detroit Free
Beautiful Apostrophe to the Bible.
Wo would be pleased to know the author
of the following most eloquent apostrophe
to the Bible. It appears to have been ad
dressed to vounsr men. v e have seldom
read anything finer:
"Study now to do wise; anu in uu yiu.
n-ptiinffs cot understandinir. And especial
ly would I urgo upon your heart-bound,
soul wrapt altoiition.inai dook upon u.u
all feelinsrs are concentrated, all opinions;
which enlightens me juagmem, nunc...
enlists tho sentiments, and soothes the im
agination in songs upon tho harp of tho
'ewani. enn t;r of Israel.' Tlmt book.
a faithful insirrht into your
heart, and consecrates its character in
fiuchaa the keen tooth of Time can never l"f'-"
Would you know tho effect of that Book
Ira liPdit? It nunfies Us thoughts
r.A Q.jni;fiaiti! invs:it nerves and strenuth-
ens it for sorrows and mishaps of life; and
..aa 1.1 1 .1 I...!
when these shall have enuea, ana too mi
light of death is spreading its dew damp
upon tho wasting features, it breaks upon
the last giaa tnroo me urigm anu euvmu
i-rriin-hr. nf Kternitv's morninor. Oh! have
I w estimated that,Mwe fifty - thousand
sailors have been withdrawn from com
merce in consequence of the present Euro
pean war; about 25,000 of tho number be
inr taken by the Anglo-French allies in or-
der to man their jjcb.s ior -tne oaiuc- anu
ahnut 5f. 000 Russian sail-
Afltiv s - w i .
ore being blockaded in tho ports-of their
country, mere w as a sc.iruiiy ot Beuic.
I before this war, but the withdraw! of these
35,000 English and frtneh sailors has
nrrofilltr aiicrmnn or! tV-.B deficiency. The
liew apprljllliuesnip Ba;.u in mo win.vu
States will. do much to supply a remedy.
As Expensive "Nioceb." Among oth
er bills that have been rendered to the U.
States Marshal for services rendered in the
case of Burns are one for military ser
vices, amounting to 89,000; one by the
City of Boston for extra policemen.amount'
iug to 87,000; H. D. Parker's bill, a
,.,ii;rr t.-, s a noti! ami tho Steam Tu?
John Taylor, 8420. These are but a small
w 'I . ir !l
number. notion jjauy Man,
North Carolina. The election for
Governor and Legislature, takes place in
the "Old North State," next week, Au
gust 3d. The Whig candidate for Gover
nor is Alfred Dockery; "the old Pcedee
Farmer." The Democratic candidate is
Mr. Briggs, a lawyer. The contest will
he closefwith the chances in favor of the
Demociacy. The Legislature to be elected
is to choose two United States Senators.
Hood 'roor Tom's a-t-lod now' cav
....... . ; i t
the yrorld these exquisite, linis on trefciiijf
his wife an two children asleep in the saru
cbarpber: .. ' :" .; . . ,
And has tb narth lost Id m .ari.)Ui rouiid, .
Tao ky H ! lrcumfi'rv b-", 1
Tbatla thl little twiofcor ther aj rand, "s ,
' Both mnh tnd barvn my unlvcrns of l,vI ,
All tbatmv Ce4 naaivn m or nrnwra, . ""J I
Here aleeriinr, ae.l rnftrlf.lamiaiic U-aUi. ... ;..,f
Street thai ta tbi irnslt compa'S I bfti'Wvi ' ; ,
To live their Irvlrj a lo bwata IbWf besaUil .
Altooat I wlsli tbat w(ta ono eomaioa sllt . (, -
' We mtfht realrn all mindane'cuM and stirrt, ' '
And scok UfMhtr laat iraaoarMlenlakf j , -When
Psltiur, Molhss, Cbildrrn, ltubauit, Wirj, v
- Togttr paM ia veriatln( life? - - '
; : 1 . "i T"' . -' 1' 9. 1 ' ' - J '
tfsrOntw ti,o' liu'ilnrviit Ailitnr ' of tll "7
iiocling Sentinel waa inihis. city yesJerda)t -
to be initiated, as wo learnj tilo.liie new .
iorganizatitm of TCriow'i'NotLli; ati ordc
-v. t-.Tf- -x - .T.; 'foi?'n.i. in'tt,,," fiY.-n
wtieii uuia jv.l-.. im nni(?iiin'v.,v. . . .
of tkji 5Ai Ktfjtj!e'.''Jlii, w arVun4t -
bxprtjl ,doubL .that 'tJiK-w rleaiofj?itw ; ,'
move pato'a f.xi for "purpose at tfarrV- ,
ing out the prhicipVs of trie Nebraska bill,
and iat t)ong!as,! T'wrcil '& Co', are." its
''founders and sustalners." Wo i would ad
vise our Whii: frk'Hds.particularly those op-
poved to the Nebraska iniquity, to kr ep on
their guard and oppose all nttcmjvts' of tho
slave Democracy to inveighle fhem into ?la
support, as the result of' recent municipal
elections plainly shows that it is one of tho
many dark scheows of the Democratio
party to direct public opinion from the in
iquitous and damning measures of the pres
ent Administration. Knowing, as they do,
that the people arc wid ; awake and deter
mined to oppose to the "bitter end tho re'
peal of the Missouri ' Compromise, and not
having the temerity to cornoout boldly iu
its defense, they have Sprung into cxistenco
this secret organization that they might
accomplish by stealth what they know cannot
be accomplished 'openly and above board,,'
We repeat, let tlie honest portion of our lel-
low citizens be on their guard, and be
ready in a moment's warning to repel and
smother this damning plot of secrecy, that
has for its object the extension and perpet
uation of the slave power. ' -
imTW til "Know Wothinws" is but
an adjunct to the whig party, is inferred
from the fact that they are not only whiggish
in their proclivities, ana aisposea to war
gainst the democracy of the country, but
that'in all elections where they have shown
itiomtdvps at f he noils, thev have support
ed whigs to the entire exclusion of demo
crats. haijle. f
Lets see how the above slatercent com
pares with the facts as exhibited ia the re
sult of the rtccnt elections. : Mr. Mato,
the Commonwealth's Attorney elected in
Indiana Trouble in the Camp. Tho
Indianopolis Journal say that tho Democ
racy of the fifth Congressional district held
a Convention at Cambridge on the 19th
instant. The old Hunker wing of the
nartv nnmin ated a Mr. Buckles as their
candidate. The other wing of the party
nominated Mr. J. Holman, so that there,
are now two Democratic candidates in that
district. - ' :"
Philaxelphia, July 25. A novel case
was brought before a U. States Coramis
itiiinor. It seomsthat a man named Wm.
Taylor, an old counterfeiter, was a short
fenced to the State Prison.
Rninrr nn "vnprt workman he was daced in
the Turning department, and while in pris-
.J. ....nnr.... IA Mill nlAUdO lllil,
on maue tyuuwuw v ivu
he circulated through his confederates.
Norfolk. Ya. on. Monday,. July 0;h, is a
Know Nothing and . a Democrat, llr.
Robixsox. his opponent, is a devoted Wl.ig. ,
Farther, the Know Nothing ticket recentr
ly so triumphantly elected in Lancaster,
Pennsylvania, was principally composed ot
well known Democrats, who were never1
known to bok their party nominations.
This was a fact of general notoriety short- -
ly after the election and mentioned in near
ly every print iu the country. With the
exception of the Mayor, the whole Know
Nothing ticket which was triumphantly e
lected in Washington city a few days since,
was composed of men from the Democrat
We defy the Eagle to point out an in
stance where the organization of Know
Nothings exhibited any partiality for tho
Whig party or Whig men.
In the face of these facte the Xaehas
had the hardihood to declare that "tha
Know Nothings have supported Whigs to
the entire exclusion of Demoerata."
"Oh! shame, where is thy blush?"
JJ"Perhans our litiirhbor f the Ga
zette ean explain, as we heard it said on the
streets that he was seen dodging up tha
steps leading to the Hall. Eagle.
Where did you get your news; was it
from those eves-dropping, sneaking, dis
honorable, political expectants whom your
party leaders have hired to skulk around
honest men's premises to ferret out their
neighbors private movements? Or is it
abase lie coined forfbe occasion? Which
is it, gentlemen? That's the dart!
Bailu Portsmouth Ditiyatch. After an
WUU V V A uvwt ww. . w - aroi .. . , - a f
. r when ' raruw w iizam v via. a-owtw,
OftlUV , . l w
brighter countenance than usual ana nav-
..Withont a atffh.
A change of feature or a shaded smile,
He ravo his hand lo the alem messenger,
And a glad child teak hit father' anns,
Then you have seen theconc.entrated in- j
fluonce of this Book. Would you know its
name? It is the Book of Books its au
thor, God its theme, Heaven, Eternity.
The Bible! Read it, search it. Let it bo
first upon the shelves of your library, and
first in the anection ot your n-. art. oearcn
Aa RrintiirAR (nt in them to think ve
havo eternal life, and tbey are they which
. j j v, ,o ., i . .. ;
testily ot mo. uni 11 .mere do suoiimuy in
the contemplation of God if there begran
Amtr in th rlifmlnvs of Eternitv if there
c j - .
be any thing ennobling and purifying in the
revelation of man's salvation, search the
Scriptures, for they ar they which testify
of these things." : .' ' :
: X3a"Cholera has made its appearance at
Tiffin,; Ohio, , FifteeA deaths occurred on'
"Wednesday, and ulno on Thursd.iy.- "
ing a new man at the editorial helm.
Geo. W. Nelsok, Esqr has become its pro
prietor and editor, and evinces in his salu
tatory "a Knowledge of what he, is abou.
25. Tho followhur
has been received by the steamer Isabel.
A decree had been issued t Havana,
authorizing a division of the military dis
tricts, tor the boiler ueiense anu proujeuuu
of the Island, in event of an invasion
. The rumors received from the United
States in relation to the sale of tho Island
by Spain were generally ridiculed, and tho
impressions prevailea among uie ueiu;r
class, that tne motner country numu
no concession, wua.ctcr, io me uuiwu
The Isabel reports, that the ravages of
the vomito, wero fearful. Of 72 passen
gers, who arrived out in the Spanish Mail
Steamer, three weeks since, but twelve
The Spanish war sirs. Isabella, Logunaa
and Ulloa, left Havana, on the 15th.
A Nw Wat to Stop Old Thieves.
Tt. T inomnnl mo fri ct TO to MTA trVinD A
new plan to stop roDocnes at hiehv, i..ev
have ordered the ponce io iocs up an
... , , i ,
known thieves louna aprowa auer mibw.
F.t:rrAL0, July 25.
This afternoon it was noticed tbata most
offensive wnell proceeded from a shanty
near the bridge, and, upon investigation, it
was found two dead bodies were within
ide, in advanced stage of decomposition.
They, it seems, had taken, sick and diod
there alone, without any assistance. No
person could be induced to remove tlie bod
ies, and the shanty was burned and tho
bodies with it, There were ten uu.
'.CSTTho Columbus Journal says that
r. ........ if f;noral Andrews has re-
untic. ui . .
turned from Wahington City, having colla-
. .. m . , ; -It.;.
tou tno ino puuiio .o u,-v"6" ------ u-j...- -
vi..niA.t. Anmnanies mnv expeot to receive -ho era yceteraay. -.
, v.,-,,. . r f . , . . . rr-. . .- 7 -
such as they are entitloa to asau ewiy , ncW'Re0ublic of South America,
period...- ' . - ' ' - - . -' ' .Jbevondtia Orange River,, the .overe.gnty
-ImZ lawless persons entered the of which, tho British aejtist relinquhea
. ' i . r-1 ; '-
, '( . aaaaaaaaaaW' 7vvl-'C"r