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BY'llOSJIER & KERR.
LANSING, MCHIGA3,, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1859.
VOL. 5, NO. 24 WHOLE NO. 232.
OFFICIAL STATE DIRECTORY.
"STATK OFFICERS.
llO.-r.S! WlSxKK, ; .rir.
KIUIlTT R rA'J.VIEI, lnnsnt Ooramor.
NaA.SOS J IsbKlX, --crrUr of Stal...
Ki 1 A. TiloVirso, lfuty U
IMMiX I. CASK, Au'litur Gt-uraL
K7.R JONES. Iputy !
Joll! MrKlXNkV, sta Tranrr.
Tllr:oioKK HtNTrR, luty !
JOHN M. ORM.OKY, Su(riotnJnt Put- hctlruetioa.
ltRTLNC B sTr.B!n.s,I-iuty !
J IMKS V. SAN'IH N. CmomiMionrr Stale I-aixl Office.
ji UN It T Kfc l .LL. 1 Nr put J
JAWH M. HoWAltil. A't..n-y Crornl.
'KUr.Kl'K W. CI iirtVirs, Adj ai.4 yr. Master
JUSTICES OF SUPREME COURT.
,eop..e martiv. n.M-r juiic.
ISAAC K. CIlKISTIANtY, A-i.it Jat-.
JAMfcSV t:1J l:tIJ.,
RAXfS'LPH MAVMNO, " 44
JUDGES OF TIIEC1RCUIT COURTS.
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loth Wil.lirKI WonsiMUl.ui.
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A;lain for IWaf, Ihiniftn l Kliiit.
JKRKMIAH P. WOOI!!l P.Y,)
IIK.NRY MoVT.M.VK I
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Ti-i'.tfi aif Attain
IAMKLI. PRATT. ' j
A;luin f th Ina" KUni k
JAWES Tt'RN'FT:, 1
HI"I.HIRT B. SIUVK, V
OKiKi.E W. UX, )
ll-iate f Corrn:ti.m.
HRMoSniAUrtEP.IJN'.
UIA A. TKOVI!KIIi;K,
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CIUKL:STK1I'P,
W II.UKKI) I' K-TER,
CHARLM ll-SON',
AUiircxj'f O'lnmuxi-nm
WM. L. DEATHS'. Afot of lh fiUto Piin.
J. tlUCNK TEN'.NEY, tt Ijbrannn.
AVCHRiniT. )
U'TIIERII TRASK, !-NkL-iUN
W. C I.ARK, )
PAMrFLP. MEAH.Sitpf. St M.tr at'alUSbip Cnl
HARIi HfKEY, I'm t Wt Agricultural SkMj.
R. r. JH INVTO.N S, Srcrta' ! i
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.
L. R ITSK, PrHtiVtit pro tmpnr. Prof, of CbemUtry.
CAI.VIN TRA"Y, Prof. f M.itlirnwtie.
T C. ABBOT, lmf of EuR)ih l.iteratnr.
rtlVU.AM AltltE, InrtrucUir in Civil jt(inrir(r
R. F. JoUNSTjNE, Unenl upermt-u.leut of tbe Farm.
EAGLE HOTEL,
RY J. TI. SIIIMRKIt,
ItANHING, MICHIGAN.
3U(ea fur St. Julia', Jcluuo, Itetioit anl Mariltall, ko
tlii hoiiBV daily
LANSING HOUSE,
L.aiitsiin, .- - Michigan.
71. IIUIMiOX, I1101UII.T0II.
WM. P. IIOUCK, CLERK.
Uge leave tlM liou?e daily for Jackson, St.
J0I111.4, Dotroit, and intcnucdiate jilaccs.
Lamin?, April 1. Zb'i. It
!IKW LIVl.Hl' STAULE.
Tko: . jr. x x zs x s
lirOCLD INFORM THE CITIZEN'S OF
T T Laiisiug, that he has opened a new Livery
Stable, with a lull stock of tleet. well broke
tlorses, coinforUhli) Buggies, Double Curriagea
tnd Sleighs, and by close attention to business
hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage
Lansing, Novemtier 30, 185S.
tpiii: AouEnorsi;
Faktiaabl Root an.l Stii eoiakar. Itooti ami Sltora eon
ataatly on hand, or ma.U to oi.Wr no hIioiI lu.ticv, ao.l
t raMna blr pner. All noik w arraulr.1. Shop avar ly
pp.t lUilrj a BaBkm; OHiee, WaBiiigta ArrDuc,
Lnitini(, Mirh. 224.
PAKSOXS A. 1VILCV,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ami Solicitor
in Chancery, Lansing, Michigan. Ollice in
Cowle's lil.R-k.
IO. I. PARSON. . f. W1LET.
N. B. 0. C Wiley will defend criminal cases
as heretofore. 223
j7V7k7 Co u - k a ul
LAW AXD OIIANTEKY BUSINESS, Lausing,
Mich. J. W. Lougycar,Comiuiiwioiier forth
State ofN'ew York. OlliceoTerHailey'sBank
'ng and Exchange Office. by
I. Ij. IjA1YTEK.11A1,
Olficeat hisresidenceon Grands treat, eiactly
aatofthe Capitol.
Lanaing, June 30, 1 856.
roilff. Attorney and
Counsellor at Law, L insing, Michigan. Office
one door .uh of the post office.
PKASK cfe FULLER,
SCCCKSSORSTO J. B. RLOSS,
Jobbersof.and Retail Dealersin, all kinds of
PAPER STATIONERY,
Paper naiiginp,
I'WFlJia TAPER A.VDrRINTERs'FURNtSHINO
GOODS,
No. 310 Jefferson Atenue, Detroit, Mich.
n. ELDER,
ARCHITECT & DRAUGHTSMAN,
lsi!ia, michioas,
:Vnurai:,hr!an.SpecificationsAnd Estimates
the oen style of workmanship, aud designs
or I narches, Court Houses, Hotels, PriTate
vvelung Jjc, and will contract to furnuh ma
wnaisand build anything in the line of Baildine,
'ipertntcn.Ithe same on reasonable terms.
nease giTe mc a calL
Lansing. January lt. 1857. Ort
HORATIO PltATT,
-Morney and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in
i-aancery, Williamston, Ingham Co., Mich.
t"iTetTtit:
(J? 1R. J. S. WOOD, late of Al-
-tgr y T t1 K Y " nw to atten.l U dt
orriT B h" prohwloa. Ir. W haa ha.t an
'U?r'hlt "'""t'ftsr,t. OSWaiid
rtrl?r k lty-'. corner af SVymoor an 1 Sari-
- u it-joa
JS'r TJ' B'WSKLL, Attorneya
and runsellors at Law, and Solicitors in Chan
wy, Unsin?, Michigan. All business entrus
10 ttweare will be promptly attended to.
2Tv "a P- "eU'- Shoe Store, second
Jf North of the T. O
. R. CHILPS would respectfully
Da, Jw'V11 r90"9 wishing Board, by the
K '1 p5ve h!tn ca!1. th umo
Stau n n ?ht" Street, opposite the
BoaHHoT Square. Fine Rooms and Good
M obtained on reasonable terms.
Mnaing, J0ne 13, 1859. 21 s
'Sale of Forfeited Male Land.
! sTATr LaV.'i of T. E,
' I.avuw, M e t , SVj.t. 15 h 159
)Li:iJ: .oit l. u l.en-ri torn, tnal the iho
, X ienbi inm.ry ScbNi, siv i:u.id n,' uj sam. .
I -...I- ........... ,1... fKiI'VTV tiv iv:iiif
f -r mi f.jOM-nt of lnrit, ail! ofkrt fur aal at '
I I bin ., at poble auction, on WViinesday, tha JJfith I
. dr of October runt, at lOo'clork A. 11 , uui--H j.ri
! out j le.t.-euM'd according to law
J AMEN W. PABOR.
Primary SSrhool.
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lot 1
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NOTICE TO CO.TIl At TOltS.
IDE undersigned, Commissioners of the Port
. Huron. Bar Citv and Langinc Stat.. Raul
hereby gire notice that they will proceed to let J
tne work on said road to the lowest responsible
bidder, as follows: All that part lving in the
counties of St. Clair and Sanilac, at the Lamed
House, in the city o." Tort Huron, on the 12th
day of October, a. i. too-?, luuiutcnciiii; at -j
o'clock A. M. All that part lving in the coun-
ties of Lapeer and Turcola, at the Vassar Hotel,
in tlie village ol assar. luscoU count r. on i
Monday, the 17th day of October, A. D. ls.V.,
,.-.. I
, i..i, r vr .n .v.. . i: :..
and Saginaw counties, at the Sherman House, in j
Bay City, on Thursday, the 20th day of October, ;
A. D. 1859, at 9 o'clock A. M. All that part
lying in Midland county, at the Midland City
at: ii..... i ..
Hotel, in Midland City, Midland county, on Mon
day, the 24th day of October, A. P.'lSS".', at 9
o'clock A. M. All that part lying in Gratiot
county, at Comstock'a Hotel, in the village of
Ithaca, on Thursday, thc 2th of October, A. D.
1S59, at 9 o'clock A. M. And all that part ly
ing in Clinton county, north of the village of St.
Johns, at the American Hotel, in the village of
St. Johns, on Monday, the Slet dav of October,
A. D. 1859, at 9 o'clock A. M.
Contracts will be let to suit bihh-rs, but no
contract will be considered for less than one-half
a mile. The road to be cut and cleared four rods
wide, with bridges, sluices, ditches ami side
drains sufficient to carry oil" all surface w ater,
and cross-ways where required, cross-ways to le
twelve feet wide, and covered eight inches deep
or more. The specifications for building bridges
across the Chippewa and Black rivers, and all
aai.u .i-li, ......
small streams will be given on the davs of let-
ting, together with such further information as '
may be required.
The above contracts will be let hi pursuance j
Jft! .uf:
ItaMIl CIIUUCU iiliait IU I'lUMMC l lilt; mrtiii-
aire and reclamation of Swamo Lands by means
pproved February
of State roads and ditches,
11, 1859.
ISRAEL MOWBY,
KECBEX MeCBEEIiY,
NEWEL AVERY,
Sept. 9, 1859. 2w'23o Uommlionrrs.
Sunday School Book.
THOSE wishing Sunday School books or peri
odicals can be supplied on short notice, by
applying to the subscriber, or his secretary
corner of Capitol Avenue and Lapeer street.
A. ITSON,
S. S. Jfiioary.
Lansing City. FeK 1 rt. 1 859.
J. BOW DISH II I'LL,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Of5c over O. S. Hunt A Co.'s Store,
Residerce, the second house north of Tresbyte
riaa Church. Lansing, July 12, 1859. 22
A CARD.
NOT having disposed of our lots in Lansing,
we again call the attention of speculators,
and the rest of mankind, to the fact that we own
the following lots:
LoU 1, 5 and 6, block 1 55 ;
Lots 5rnd 6, block 159;
Lot 2, block 160.
We want to sell the above all at once, or
singly, for cash. Roll in your bids, gentlemen,
to W. W. MAKKHAM & SOS,
Sm229 Coldwatrr, Mich.
Wit and Humor.
STATISTICS OF COCMRY LIFE.
One of our colemporaries f shes up the fj'.Iow-
injr statistics of country life :
-
Fanner tn 1775.
Men to the plough,
Wires to the covr,
Girls to the yam.
Boys to the barn,
And all dues settled.
Farmers in !$.
Men a mere show,
tiirls, piano.
Wife, pilk and satin,
l!.y, Greek and Latin,
And all hands gazetted.
Fttrmrrt in
Men all in debt,
Wives in a pt-t,
lioys, tobacco ginirt'f
Girls drnjriiinj; skirt-i.
And every liody cln atoil.
Emm til.- N' tt . n .I li.'.
"llif K piiltllrnti t.tiiit.'
tJlserving in the ew i ork Ju-irnnl of.
;o eompli:i.t iitnr
allusions toHie late C.eorge Yahingf..n :
Parke Curtis of Arlington, we were re
minded that we had in our possession an
unpublished contribution from his pen in j
relation to the social habitudes which rre
ipuniisnea contribution lrotn Lis .en in
lation to the social habitudes which pre
iled atom "Republican Court" in the
vs of the I irst President. As thoe re-
vailed
day
miuisccnees may be deemed to have reeei
ved a new interest sirce the death of their
writer has precluded the hope of any addi-
tional communications, such as our readers
were annually favored with on the iilld of
February during the life of Mr. Custis, we
have concluded no longer to withhold from
them the last contribution penned by "the
child of Mount Yernon."
TltF; Rfe.rCULK.AN CoCliT IN THE
of the 1'iust President. The Presiden
tial Mansion in Philadelphia was the prop
erty of Rnliert Morris, and had been the
headijuarters of Sir W illiarn Howe during j
tl occuiatioorf IJil
Is.h ""y. ? 1 v 8-. 1 bc. 'taat- was ,
eligible, being in an airy and pleasant part j
oi tne city, witn a considerable area ot open
ar.nnn . ? ? .1 r r,'. . .1...
, public buildings. Considerable additions
: and improvements were made made to the
original building, with a view to its accom
modation of the President's household ; still
the rooms were small, and the whole estab
lishment but indifferently fitted for the pur
poses reijuircd.
Thc equipages of tho President were
wcll provided for, the stabling for twelve
horses being extensive and commodious,
and the coach-houses largo and convenient.
Washington's unmitigated, untiring em
ployment and labor made it necessary that
he should have some mode of public recep
tion for the many visitors who wero con
tinually seeking opportunities of paying
their respects and presenting their letters
of introduction ; hence the
piihdent't levee
on Tuesdays, commencing at I and ending
at 4 o'clock. At these receptions there
was no shaking of hands, the Chief recei
ving his visitors as President of tho United
States, and not as Cicn. Washington The
foreign Ministers attended the levee iu full
costume, and often introduced persons of
distinction from their respective countries.
All strangers of distinction embraced the
opportunity of thc levee to pay their re
spects to the Chit f Magistrate. The Pres
ident was plainly but handsomely dressed,
nis uair in mil powuer, and wearing a dress i
sword. He was attended bv his principal
Secretary, Mr. Lear, Major Jackson, and
thc other gentlemen of his family. 1 Ie ad
dressed a few words of courtesy to the vis
itors as they were presented. Juc com pa
,1 e i e .. '
ny then formed in groups for conversation, j
and on the stroke of 4 o'clock retired, the :
levee being at an end
the DRAWiMi-nooM. ,
When Mrs. Washington received nin- j
pany it was on l riday, commencing almut :
i:.. i
were turown opcu. i ne lunmure mat
was thought handsome in those day s would
l, ..nsid..ro.l l.nrolu il.wtif in modern
- ,
rru t. t. . .
nuics. x uv .. .m.' v. un. ... - i;....
chandelier in the largest room, burning wax
lights. The chair of the lady of the Presi-
dent was a plain arm-chair, lined with green
.
morocco leather.
The ladies visiting the drawing-room
were always attended by gentlemen. It was
not the habit for very young girls to be
present at the drawing-room, but only those 1
of the age when it is proper for ladies to'
go into company. Ppon the ladies being ;
introduced they were seated, and the Pres. J
ident, who always attended the drawing-i
room, passed round the circle, paying his i
respects to each in succession, and it was :t
eoinmnn remark anions the Cult-chat of tne
.1 : iu:f
uuiiiu--iwui ma., .U1, vun. ...v.... j j.ti i.u ;iuu come ious. ii is fjuiic on i tne u i or a ainy prooi. ' ni one oi -jKsouci, inn iiinm-wi-io- i n-1 v(i f Vof t,v,,, .,.-,-,-,,..l hi takin" to
siderab!e judge of female beauty, since he j unerjwitrd matter of business. We can j the last few occasions of the pressure upon rtnioti-.n, mid r the auspices of the F b r- j l(l. tvraril. Convention a nn.ng. r f.rc of pro
was observed to tarry longer than ti-ual take no excuse. Yours, D. W." ! typo's money market, he was descending ; a! Government, of a railroad to unite the ; f.;-ionl tuL'ies and ho-i'.!. r-hitters than Mar
when raying his compliments to Miss So-! ! from tho mvi room to tho Mrect. whon be i States of the Atlantic with the Pacific ' shall i: nd. r- rould muster n, that Hyndera
,. t
1-eIIe it Thiiadel -
I'"-5- - -"a4miij
phia in that time,
Refreshments were handed round by scr
vanti in XCTyt au(J about that period first j
appeared thc luxury, now so universal, of;
appeared tnc luxury, now . so uniersai, oi
I - J a.' a "a,
ice-cream. Introductions to eminent per-
j sonages and conversation formed the enter-
, tainm ms oi tne arawing room, vara-
I were altogether unknown.
Rut the leading and most imposing fea-
! ture of the drawing room was the men of
mark, the " Rcvolutionarie?," both civil
and military, who wero to Ikj seen there.
The old officers delighted to pay their re-
spects to the wife of Yashington, and to1
call up the reminiscences of the headiaar-
ters and of the " times that tried men s
souls." These glorious old chevaliers were
the greatest beaux of the age, and the re -
collection of their gallant achievements, to-
auu u. cn iiuivj t.u. una uvu o
cether with their elegant manners, mad
them acceptable to the ladies everywhere
rr-t.e : J .1 - -I-- - -e .1 . J :
i ncy lormea me ciur vi mc urawmir-sovui..
Gen. Wayne, the renowned " Mad Antho-
ny," with his aides-de-camp. Lewis and Pe
Butts, frequently attended, with Mifflin,
Walter Stewart Col. Hartley, and 1 many
others. Indeed there was often to te met
with at the mansion cf the First President
an assemblage ot intellect and honor, pub-
! Hr nrtnp mi tinvatc worth. exa:ti i! mer:t
and illustrioas services, such as thc world
will never see again
Among thc foreign officers of distinction,
I visitors of tie drawir -nom. were the Yi-
. conite de Xoaill?, of the French, and Major
j Jleckwith, cf the lJiitih armies.
lhere was r.o cti.;jttte in the drawiug-
rxm; simplicity with dignity prevailed,
There all wxs affability, with the polite and
elegant manner of that distinguished age. :
One privilege alone existed. The peat next '
to the President's lady was alwavs occupied
by Mrs. Hubert Morris. This wai no mat-
ter of arrangement, but was yielded to the ;
excellent lady by common consent. In
; those infant days of the Republic a great
: miiis merits were pretty generally grad-!
iiated by the Estimation in which he was.
held bv the beloved Chief. Now. it wa9
' perfectly well known in auciert days that, '
' of our Revolutionary worthies, none no, .
1 not one was nearer and dearer to the heart
! of the Chief than Robert Morris. His in-i
valuable pervices to the cause of American !
Indi-'j rndence, nt periods when we had nei-'
i..... .. ;. - ., i .4.1 1
..... ... ..I .... u. uw, uurucuawnu.,
tain one, vt-re freshly rt inemtered in the
.. .h nfmi. .n:, fi:iimnl f.w tl,A i;nt.P r.f
,.v,,!Mti.. l, ttU ,.f l..t.i; mc.
,,r I
SiK.. wa4 tl0 Kej-ublican Court in the ,
,;,., YashinL'ton. 1 ignified in its sim- i
j.,Vity, ituptiMiig' from the grandeur of its i
associations, it sheds a lustre upon that re 1
r...,.. .l ..i t.:!., i :
associations, it shed a lu-tre upon that re- '
j lRlWU( ,i orc tlr t.ary Lcu '
i America, Laving consummated her great!
Uxr - riment .,f .!t mrf.rnmnt i, !
example to other
and an empire to 1
i
na inns
the world
-
ii.irrn-iin - u i.tKri of i r !
In the fortheomimr memorials of Mr . I
Webster, will be the f.-llowin" notes ob-
tallied from lln fatuilv
.,f Mr i.it it.
the Xationul Jitciiui ttcit
'I he day before the famous 1 lulsemaun
letter was transmitted to Congress, Mr.
Wt b-ter sent it to Mr. Seaton to read. Af
ter it was returned, and on the morning it
was to bc sent to the Senate, it occurred to
Mr sVaton tLrit t! e .or j ..
toa
r?llll( r nndi (,it;C( (t; lcn
"jxitci," as ap
would appeer
).n..ri. ti. .1; I
ty 4if sucjJ
a Mate paper, and like an at-
tcmpt to le-ittlo an adversary government,
and therefore he dispatched a note to Mr.
Webster, suggesting, if not too late, thc
substitution of another word. He received
by his messenger the following reply :
' Thc deed was done, before I got your
noto ; but pat' h means a small piece of
geound ride Webster, vide Shakes-
i pcare, m Hamlet. 1. W ."
And with what exquisite grace did Mr.
Webster, in thc following epistle solicit
from his friend a present of choice wine 1
Impart jour .or:iu t-i th
in iii.'i. kill in in. it .
poor.
Ai.. ewr the larvin.', kuiif'V .i.ul, I
I lii t liiU ).ii J. ' ilimk. ,
My Deir Sir Wr look for Mr. Ar- i
chrr to dine with us to-day, and he. as you
Know, is an irreciaimaoio rncrr man.; ...v......,.,,,,,,,,..,,, .... ,
Now, it is a lamentable fact, that in this j ".ie w,10,e of w''icl1 1 wn-l wr this morn
house of Mr. Rurderies, from garret to eel-1 uiun-
lar, there is not, in any nook, closet or At ''ristmas, 1 received an elegant ar
corner, a single bottlo of gooil Sherry wine ' tlc for t,,c c'iu,r:ic-'e of t!,c breakfast table.
" Rut further. There are. they say, some j l w" ca u' guM ,''-' I
things to bc had for money, and other !
things that can only be had for lovo. Now
at this present moment, there is in this
city, and in regard to good sherry ' no
purchase in money.' As to the rest, let
imagination supply it!
If a single kittle should happen to
make its appearance here this forenoon, I ! house. fl,r dinnor on Saturday. So early
would give it to Mr. Archer with thc air ofjI,ote of preparation indicated, I thought,
a tifiwl host, nor whisper whence 1 stole
.tjR. bulmv spoils.'
"Mr. A. was uncommonly fine on
Wednesday.7
" II-.4 -lia't tl-w Hirico, aol time
'I h- . a Ma n "
Y'ours, P. W.
I A iu.iiiiu to a utt aon- i--cn mane i.r nr. Ar-
c,1,rJ.t i(1 Kxirutiv .un
Although Mr. Webster's
dinners were
always all that could be desired, Jus invita-
tion- were often times nuite original. Wit-
iu-ss the following for two .l
.u iilai: citt A man in health, of a
, tntit ana cnceriui morning, general! leeis
: happy, after what Lord Racon calls 'an apt
I .....L '...t SJ...1. w .n,i;t;.,n
- J
There is consolation in
nt moment.
, ,irt
an excellent herring, a cup of coffee, and a !
pj.-ee of toast. j
; " 1 have not heard from Mr. Gales in
answer to a note I sent him yesterday. Rut
1 expect the whole Intelligencer to dinner,
to-day, at 1 o'clock. Yours, truly,
DANL. WEBSTER.
"MyDkarSir We are five of us here,
who were members of Gen. Harrison's
Cabinet. We dine together at my house,
,.n Thursday, at o'clock. We have voted
you in as 1. M. Genl. in place of Mr.
Granger ; you must come. If you are en-
imn-l nt II 'u or plsr srhoro mn mnf
i ' ? i' . ' . r. ' J
1 l0:ir him when sighing for a little re
.
' cretion :
My Dear Sir. I shall be, inevitably
detained here, some days longer : so I find,
and I am tired. Can you go shoot to mor-
; and 1 am tired. Lau you go snoot to mor-
a II
row I or fish ?
or drive ? or do anything
Is there anybody to go with us ? Pray in
vent something n you can. i ray invent
something or I shall plunge. D. W."
j Rut Mr. Webster's note9 were not al -
; ways frolicsome, a3 tho two following, on
1 totally different subjects, will prove :
Ja!?. 1, '40.
" My Pear. Sir I rely on you for to
. morrow, at 4 o clock. I put the hour thus
j early in hopes of cstching Mr. Macready,
. for an hour or two, before he goes to his
'readings.'
ujuiioii, iu t u ii'Ait. 1 I'Ul IUC UUUr II1U5
"Huzza for Republican Liberty in
France! The mere image the emrty idea
rr ii. ..' . '
oi imperial t ower, preierrea to real, expe -
i rieticed, well-tried talents and public virtue!
' " I greatly fear trouble in Europ. It is
more than an eveu chance that war will
! break oat, on the Austrian question ; and
, this I reneh election will aid new frcl to
tho r-opuiar heats, in Germany and Prussia.
j lours, trulv, P.WEBSTER."
Xkw York, March 21, '50.
j Dear Sir I am a good deal beset here.
J for copies of my speech, by some friends,
and i-ball be equally so when I reach Bos-'
ton Please put mj unhappy caso before
Mr Grouard. . : I
1 found a rreat ramc here Tie article
in the Nstional Intelligencer of Saturday !
struct like a thunder-bolt. It is regarded i
as doing the highest credit to the paper,
both for honest patriotism and ability. The
alarm is now subsiding, under a ponfi.W.t
feeling that the Senate may be relied on.
I go to Boston to-morrow or next day
leaving .Mrs. . here. 1 hope all are hap.
py at your house. Yours, truly,
p. tYEBSTKll.
r-"'a rri'!'-' i of n. hnic-uctr
.
.v "arJ l't2,ng. through the inter-
ceeK,n f Seaton.-thc writer has leen ,
tna'e to procure for his little book of a-
Prcal,le Personalities the two following j
Dutes' addrosecd to ladies who were among j
bster's most intimate friends. The ;
second one will eiT.Uin ifs'f l.nt th fret ,
, . , . i- ,
,itl'U3 a wr ot ititroauciion. lUe ycunj
lauy to wnom u was addressed Lad been
spending a social eveniniyat Mr. Wt-bster's
house, and on account of the rain had sub.
stitutod a 1" "owed hood for her own bou-
net' aiu notc in iue?'tion was delivered
w5,b thc bonnet, at the residence of the
laJv l,v Ir- 'cl)ftr while driving to his
office the next morning
lad v ,,v Ir- while driving to hi:
office the next morning,
' Mom.av Morn,v(;, March 1 '11.
" My Prar Jofpiue I fear vour "et
lll ' a clli"g last evening, as it rained last j
soon after you left our door , and I avail (
myselt ot the return of your hontut, to
express my wish that you are well this
Ii0r,'in anJ .without cold.
VC Uou,ana,'1 parlance, with your
1 . . I V . 1 - .1
avo a.'Kea it now many tender
IOOK3 It I
has noticed to be directed under it:
wnat soft words it has heard, close to its !
side; in what instances an air of triumph j
has caused it to be tossed ; and whether, !
over, and when, it hasjuivtred from trem- j
bling emotions, proceeding from below,
Rut it has proved itself a faithful keeper I
of secrets, and would answer none of my !
'lue.-tions. It ciily lemained for tne to at
"-TV" " iuwu, v t .u-
niilirwitiir KiiTiilry tifimos. nn.i ftor tuicthcf
It seemed quite unmoved by most of these,
but at the apparently unexpected mention
of one, I thought its ribbands decidedly
fluttered.
" I gave it my parting good wishes ; ho
ping that it might never cover an aching
head, and that the eyes, which it protects
from the rays of thc sun, may know no tears,
but those of joy and affection.
" Yours dear Josephine, with
affectionate regard, P. W luster.
" Miss J. Seaton."
A happy New Year to you, Dear Ma-
r'
1 have the uncerest good wishes for
ioU - Jour aant 311(1 Josephine, to the full
jou Iur n, it win tie a pleasant mor
ning memento, and I promise y ou, that you
shall, always
" llo in dot H i'iri)r cup fr-4.!j iniruil-r.l .
" I escaped, and but just escaped, a great
fault, yesterday, and a great misfortune,
too. There came an invitation from vour
a
large party, made up, as I presumed of
black coats. I answered the note, and de
clined the invitation, with a thousand apol
ogies of colds, headaches, engagements,
ifcc. This note was sealed, and superscri
bed, and thc boy was taking it, to carry
over, when Mr. 0. suggested to rac, what 1
had not noticed, that Airs. S. was one of
the inviters! This reversed everything.
I then cared nothing for engagements, bid
defiance to colds, and catarrs, and hastened
off an acceptance. Such is the power of
but I must restrain my pen.
: w u untun v
unerr .voo
.rc- VC- wou'd quote more of these just
sentimenLs. but 1 cannot trust I-rcnch tn
m7 Pen aDJ Iuore tlian 10 y tongue.
" l ours affectionately,
I). WKRiSTKR
Miss Mary Scott.
"New Year's Pay, 18o0."
. . ...
Avoiding a Dun. A compositonn one
of the daily newspaper offices, though a
good fellow, like many of the Faustian yro-
fession, suffers from repeated attacks of lim -
ited finances, or revenue disproportion to
, . ,. . ,r , . . .
his disbursements. He has no objection to
paying his debts, even to the last penny,
when he has the money: but when ho is
I short, he abhors the idea of meeting one of
his creditors, for he hates a dun as he does
Li i i '. i- . ro t
- ; met a collector, who aked him if James
!,,.. . . . . , ,
II. Smith giving the printers name
worked in that office.
" Why. do
Smith
you wish to see- hi:n." asKed
jjQith
? ; "I have a bill against him (producing
- . it) for ?', h"t by Dr. A , wh you remem
. ber receLtiy died, and bis accounts nave
been placed in my Lands for collection."
j James II. Smith," replied the compos-;
1 itor, repeating his own name slowly, as if;
j it had a mysteriously familiar sound and he
t were endeavoringto recall it. "I haveheard
; that name before, sureiy James H. mith
lames James II. oh yes! (as if with
- ! sudden remembrance) he used to becm -
, ployed here, certainly, certainly he did. 1
remember now ; he worked next to my case,
poor fellow !" and the speaker paused and
j looked sad.
UiUKU Utic, tliuim,l.i.iui.uil
" Did anything happen him !" asked the
1 collector.
.. it i- i ii i
' " l es. tie aic suj jeniy one morning
1 cf cholera, after attending the sick bed of
! a frieud."
" Did he leave anything?" asked the
m3n of bills .
"0, no. The boys had to bury him. I
I gave $5 myself to help in patting the gen-
jerous creature under the sod. lie died) " Resolved, 1 hat, regardless of all pro
penniless."
" Then there is no use of keeping
bill, I suppose?"
None at all," aid S. And as the
lector departed, he coLtlnaed, to himself,
I guess Pre got rid of that old tre It ;
waa't, r-erhars, much of a ttcry I was tel-
livz. Prolallv I was only aMioiratinc a
little after all
tion."
except m tl.e . ctitrilu-
" 1
Ert'ni tli .-t. ly u.- lU-(.ub!.cau. ,
iuar.i of iio..r. - A lu.uiitui a...i
Touciiinc; iitritirtit.
Johnny Moore is the name of a bright-
ejed, jolly-faced lad, twelve or fourteen
years of age, whoso invalid and widowed
mother, linns on Morgan strett. he helps
to support by the sale tf newspapers, and
hy such errai ds and pmall jobs as he lnav
chance to fall in with. Johnny, who is the
hero of the pleasant an 1 truthful ineideut
we are about to record, is extretntlv mat
in his attire, though hi? eKtlus have ml
always Won if tin bt. nn.I n ny l.af
shown in sundry patches avd nu-mlid rent.
th ci.ltc , f ij.ti. i ..t .., ' , ,..i
- .-j. ... ...... , ...v
In short, Johnny is just mh-1i n U v as we '
used to
read about in
ihuol
lmuks." YosterJiv m. rtiir.r l.r'i'l.t nn.l
rarlv. he was triij.iii ah.:: Ilmn.lwnr
j between Franklin avenue and Yashir.rt-.n
I street, when he chanced t. stumble against
, a large jket lok. wl i- li he p'ukVd up
! and found to contain a large number of
Lank nutes and rni.ers While bo wa
f. . .1 . ..II. l . . i l.t:
ineditatuig on the sudden riches he Ind 1
i i i t i i t l i: i . .i
-! amassed, and which he had slid ii.to a ca-!
jj i
paeious pocket, or perhaps racking liisyo
liil tiiind whether t s-ek fr the ownei
owner or
conceal his g.NI fortune.
td by him in an anxi'-n
'manner, which envine
i nth man rush-
hurried, nervous
! tl.e boy that
ni l I
he was looking lor
.1 1.1 1 I .
tuouiit ne Knew wnat
Have you lot anything 'V ak d .1
ny.
"Yes; my pocket book." was tin
gen-
tleman s answer; Lave y u t.ct-u it :
The little fellow " expected" lie had ; he
didn't know, though What kind of a
pocket-book was it
This led to an adjournment to a neigh
boring store, wheie the iki-ln d and almost
breathless individual "i.f the ti rat part
proceeded to say that tl.e jacket book was
a large black one, containing l,J0O in
bank bills and some accounts, a strip of red
uiorocco binding underneath the fljp, lieiug
inscribed " Robert Thomas, Covington,
Ky." The description tallied, rind John
ny's eyes snapped with cheerfulness &3 he
placed the treasure just as lie found it, into
I he stranger's hand; and we opine there
was greater joy in that one act than $lU,-
000 coii'd have purclia-4 d nt Sne i xpttise
iot a guilty eoii t-ieiice.
! Mr. Thomas hardly s cn.ed io know
' which to feel nio-t relict' o the recov-
j ery of the money and paper, or gratitude
' to the lad and admiration ol Ins honesty.
Taking Johnny by the hand, whose bound
ing heart (he knew not why) had by this
time "splashed It :;r.s into hi yes," the
gentleman led him to a clothing store and
dressed him out, from top to toe, iu a bran
new suit. Then proceediiiL' to a j.'w.'t'y
isioic, be purchased a good silver watch,
! upon which he directed to be engraved
i these words: " RoUvrt Thomas to little
Johnnv Moore. St. ijoiiis, Sept .", $b'J.
Honesty is the liest policy." Not even
content with this, the generous stranger
placed in a neat bead purse live twenty dol
lar gold pieces, which he directed the lad
to give to his mother.
We shall not attempt to portray the
emotions of the boy. If hi" quivering
lips, and choked utterence, and the smiles
that strove so hard to get through the wa
tery globes that trembled in his eyes failed
to tell what was going on in his heart, bow
shall we tell it?
Tbr ln Hie ltall Itoail.
It seems that a leading object of Mr.
(Ireeley'e visit bj California has been to
promote the construction of a railroad to
the Pacific. Wo have seen numerous ac
counts of bis rooT ti 'O at various place.
At Nan 1 rancis;co he met witn a warm
i(.rpftini. a correspondent ot t!ie ew
eorresp
York Titurs says
.. n,. !.....!.... !.:., U.-
1 - - ' ...... ,
! Monday night last. He
was taken iu charge
) by the Committee of
Arrangements, with-1
out noise or parade, and has received every
I attention. The Great Pacific Railroad)
! Meeting got up fur his reception proved a j
grand success, calling out an audience of
. -i.i i
! six or eight thousand persons. Mr. dree -
' ley gave us a sensible practical sp:eeh upon
the railroad, that wa we 1 rtceiied. The
! brief resolutions adored by the meeting
! express se well the sen,.. .,f thc re pie oi
i ' ... . .- .. tit
, California upon this sul j-et, that 1 L g
i leave to insert them lo re. A you will
I sec, we are not sectional in regard to the
route, w long as we get the nid. The
following arc the resolutions :
e .. . n t .. t 'v-. :. it... ...
1 coast, is a mea-nrc of vital tiati.mal neces
. ... .. ,
: sity. as a means of facilitating popular in
tereurse, transporting troty s iu time
war, developing corumerc, p.-ning up
settlement vast sections ol the public do -
main now bcy.nd the hounds of eivilizv
- : tion, and binding the 1'nion more firmly
together.
" Ilr.nl vd, That the peculiar circum
stances surrounding the ease take tho Pa
ciiied railroad out of the c-itegorv of " in
tercal improvements," in regard to the pol
i icy cf promoting which, by aid of thc ien
, cral Government, there may be honest dif -
; ferences of opinion among the people.
i "Resolved, That the people of CaliLr-
( mi, without distinction cf party, deprecate
; the spirit of sectionalism which has hitherto
proved so serious an obstacle to legislation
. in ftvor of this great National enterprise,
. , Ull, umi'juk ui;nui...'iu it iwii, i ima,
enterprise,
and that we re specif ullv, but firmly, demand
, of Congress the immediate passage of a
, t : : i- r.
, un, at meir nen ses-iou, promiug tor iu
actual commencement forthwith, and leav -
ing the route b be selected by the private
, capitalists who under proper guards and
' t
, mental aid, embark their fortunes in the un-
dortaking.".
fessions, we henceforth hold every earnest '
this : and practical adveate of the Pacific railrcad i
t to be the friend, aui all its opponents
1-1 obatroctor3 the enemies, of California."
Th Itawdy Parly.
The row at Syracuse had no pallia
tion. A convention of the picked men
ed men of the Administration party as.em-bk-s
to nominate a ticket fer State officers,
which shad invoke the pupport of the de-
rnt nnl law lil.n oitiTn. ,f Vnt-1-
, . ... ? , ,. . .
hJEd,?rs ud ood are the ruling spirits,
each leadiug and representing cue of tie
rival wings of the party. Hands of shoulder-hitters
and bullies are expr sly, with
malice aforv-thoucht, taken fn m the catn-
it.uoyer-
awJ tho ;1"utJn J 15
The whole proceedings though almost
ut paralleled in the anuals of Hlitieal ruf
fianism, was but carrying out an organized
svstt iu f political action a system which,
in this State is patenttd aud put in force
, by a party having the ell'rontcry to demand
the Miflragt s t f di scent men tvr the plat-
I;.'.,,,., .l,:..!.. ,l. .fT.t.ri,,.
. i o
1 l"S I IUIU'U.I UllllTI SIIPH? IC. M
The priieeedir.gs at Syracuse are only a
, ty pe of the general policy if the Patty.
The Pensocracy tliere only adopted the
; same appliances Ahieh they are notorious
, for adopting iu the admini-tration f (iov
l ertittiei.t. J'liey inly treated each other a
they treat thc People. A Tarty which
inaaes tis- 01 iuirur aim liiiiinr ill iui-
... . . . . . 1 ,
erriiorien, irauu in tnc i 'eoarinifin." auu
. .. . . .
oriutry iu oiigniu, eau naiiiiy ie t-ijH-r-
j tod to discard its congenial instruments in
Convention. Fair voting, frit-dom of
I siiceeh and action, are renuirnant to " Peiu-
ocratie notions
There is eminent fitness.
therefore, in their proceedings
Their Con-
vent 1011 is a riot, their 1 latiorm a ga
their
Pelegatos tied band and foot. All this
goes to prove that their profowd devotion
to Slavery is not assumed, but based upon
their real habits and sentiment AlUimj
Juutnnl.
Jim tlt kai Urr,
The diffiucult tank of selecting dele
gates to the Natianal Convention, we cxpe-
I rience some of thc same embarrassment
in speaking, as the committee to which was
committed thc duty t.f harmonising the
views of delegates from thc differcst dis
tricts, must have received. I'nder the in
structions of the Convention, and with a
view to approximate to the views of those
who desired a choice by Districts, the com
mittee was required to consult with thc re
presentatives of the Districts; and in most
cases the latter presented their candidates
in writing to thc committee Arias.
This ostentatious aflectatiot; of fairness is
doubtless appreciated by those for whom it
was intended. What sheer mockery to talk
about " approximating to the views of those
who desired a choice by Districts," wb u
the entire Delegation are sent to Charleston
muzzled and with collar about their necks,
and only allowed to act " as a unit" under
thc orders of Richmond, ('agger and Co !
It is fif very little consequence to the
" 1 lards" whether they have a fourth patt
or a tenth part of thc Df legation, or even
whether they are represented iu it at all.
since they have no liberty of action allowed
them in it. To all intents and tiurio-
scs, they would lc just aU.ut as well oil al
Charleston if there was not a single "Hard"
among thc Delegates. They are regarded
as recaptured "'fugitives from service or
labor." and their new masters will treat
them as such. The only wouder is that
they allowed themselves to lie t rapt id so
easily. Alb. Jour.
A Curiosity. A workman at the sjs.kc
factory in thc Pha-nix Works yesterday,
while cutting a piece of oak, taken from
thc heart of an oak tree which grew in
thc wilds of Carolina county, Md . found
imbedded in it a penny of 1719. On one
side is the head of tke King, and the words
"floorgius II Rex," and on the reverse
" Rrittania, J7 W." The panny is battered
on the odge.aud evidently had been driven
into the titv with a eUiuo ut tLa titu the
bark was soft. Rullets and other relics,
which had lx-en shot into thc trees during
the Revolutionary liar, arc frequently
i -
embedded in thc wood which is
: I. .11.111
brought to our manufacturers XcwarL
Vail if Adv.
Fatal Ami.r o rur (laisn Tar.. We
h-aru from the Kom-o Argu that, on Thursday
! , '"'",', "Py
i rand Trui'k at Ml. i"eiiieri, wti cU'IIoijIt killed
, J(V Mup rijh ov r ,,v oncof tfie nn )f
: n. It appears that tin man, whose name we
; did not l. am, wa sitting upon the edg cf the
, car with his legs hanging over the outside; and
, M tb wt ,J, "",hal, ,aJ,vt7
: near tlie tiack, the man a legs were caught ly
! tjlt. WOfHif ailln. thrown (rnm the car and drawn
j her- the irack jut t- f-.re one of the win el-,
which ran directly over his neck, fevering his
head from his body. -Fr'f I'm.
W'ooii au I!imir. II is -aid that the r-a-
- J ' " rcui-" ,ul" """-r l'M
lederal and l.ity overtiHietjUi, and they could
- L,.i.,,. u-.
of I
tot The Prfhicm iKi!isTosE tt Mn niftAjr At
1 tne i . . ra.r at unwago, iw surer cup ani
j ,,f'r '" gnntone wa awarnxi to
j jnRun!io county. oaVlic sho'ren of Lake
i rumn, in this .State. The Iterra and Mritu
- 1 stories competed for the prize, but the Michigan
- ; 'inarry wa pronmnced the t. It. Tnl.
- !
- i U(sra 'j., Tj-j"a sule'y ndMcMi'lenf f
- , 0aV Grove 'gilccede'L after 'aVn Ld'firc
! j,attle in killing a Wild Cat measuiiog two feet
land eleven inches in length, s'uteen inches iu
j height, and weighing over twenty pounda. The
Cohoctah. LiiinjMton Rep.
Tom Thchb. Gen. Tom Thumb has Uken to
; vatchng, and now sails ahoit Long I "land Sound
in one of ttu; f-tet erafw gVmg. He ' hiyera"
, t little timber." in true nautical style, and
i i-y"c tue maiii-orar:.- wUn iu? eubio oi a reini-
lar ol1 6a,L JIe is rep0rt., to worth lloo
; .
;
! FALTmJnU' rf CLictgobtr,
Bridewell prison a. few sky a since, for
j robbing the till of a low grogery of tea cents.
Worm Not m Nameless-. "Is Mr. Smith
in arked an Irishman. " No," was the reply ;
will jou leave your name?" " Och murder!
or j i0 ?ou ij be after going borne wii
J name ?" rejoined Pat.
thout a

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