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IX TIIE DARK AND TROUBLED NIGHT TIIAT IS UPON US, THERE IS NO STAR ABOVE THE IIORIZON TO GIVE US A GLEAM OF LIGI1T, EXCEPTING TIIE INTELLIGENT, PATRI0T1C WIIIG PARTY OF TIIE UiITED STATESrVTzKSTKR.
MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, TUESDAY MORNIMj, JUNE 6, M V0LTO1E XIII. KMBER 6. II. BELL, KDiTor. axd rnopniETOR- JOSEPn II. BARRETT, Associate Editor. TERMS OF volume XIII. Village subscrihcrs, -, " " " f?'?2 MaiUubscribcr', within tl.c State, - - - S ,;0 If not pn'J "itln'n thc ycar I.a Mail subcribcrs out of tho State. - - - 52,00 JmlivMuals ar.J Companics who take at thc ofhce, SI.50. or St,7o if not paid within thc ycar. Thosc who takc of IVtridcrs, - - - - S2.0G If not paid at thc end of thi ycar, - - - $2.25 No papcrs discontinued nntil nrrcarages arc paid, cxccpt at thc option of thc proprictor. No contract with, or paymcnt made to Carricrs, cash, kceping, or othenvisc, allowcd, except assentcd to bv thc proprietor. " All eommunicatiiras must bc addrcsscd to thc cditorl'osT 1aii. JUSTUS COBB, Pr.tXTEit, BT irilOII AI.I. KIXP3 OF EOOK AXD JOD rEIXT INC WIIX BE EXECUTED OX SIIOET XOTICE. Thcrc is a deal of philosophy in thie qutiint plaint, from s-omcbody who has dis covcred thc dificrerice betiveen fair wralhcr am! foul wcather friends. It smacks of ex pcridirc. The conccit of ilie hirds that don'l -xinlcr :'s exqnisite. N. V. Exprcss. TO ELEXE. I say n-it that " winter binl-t"' arc rarc, l!ut that 1 as yct, havc ncvcr onc sccn, Tho' 1'vc soapht onc Iong both hcrc and thcrc, I ncvcr havc canght or.c! hat thou, Klcnc? Some have I canght, wore their pluinngc, 'tis truc, And I thro" tlic fnmincr dcccivcd liavc bcen, Iint with winter's first blasts away thcy flcw; They wcre nut truc "snow birds," Klcnc. l'vc sou0'ht r.ot alonc in c-rowdcd ha'Is, fint in quiet nooks and ral'.ics I'vc bccn, l'vc o::.rlit whcre the brooklct inurmurmg falls, But I'vc fuand nut thc bird that w.'u'd wintcr, KUuc ! Yct r.-r liavc I :ui itrustful bccn known, I5:it always too opcn, too frank havc I bccn, T r.il" frirnd-i too of;.n my lnst feclings shnwn, 'J'il! I j-rcveJ tlicm '.hchascst of ingrates, Klcnc ! My earji f.r U.U '.ird ? frniile.ss has hccn, o inA'ir fj!c, fii-klc aiiil !ic.:rl!css l'vc sccn, 'j '.: .t s!iiiiM t!i"y ali Uy from th'n cd! w,irM cif sui, i" a ure 1M not Wanic ti.cm, wuld'-t thuu f;iir E!i.n ? AaTH'ATIIIES. 1 h.ito hm toM'.'s an I iiiort car-i of roni, A i.j-'Iv f.mn !.on;, and j .-hal.liv barn; ?.I r.ii - I'uti l'is, m Iiooks !ti; tmiiir tnn?, ! .i il- ii- it '.i i:::. nml Uio" -.iivit-:i!10ii, ,Mlii'!.iiit 't!t. hik! h'lth infoiuiation; 'i ' f"ii w!hmii!; ni Ifl. an I inorcs in tncctin. V"!.' li'tiuhs white uiiking. and !.o talks hi!t t o I i" :.. -.. . l. :.. t ii.s i-.lil.-r o!'thc V.ihiii!tnii Unitir, " pi-r- h'v rc in yrn:r ji.nnu ic nml Iidiicsi rmirse. .'iifJi'i'iiiiM'! Tliis i ahuul as ridirulim? i' vvouid hiive Iu rn in n iu ii;li!uir of V.c-tliusi-l.ih toray to tlnit vtnrr:ili!i! Fpc rinnMi l iiiiirt;i!itj- in tlic l.isl ycnr tif liis lifc, go i! i liilc ynu'rc y"iiiiij." l'rhilirc. GnAviTV. Mr. I'nrMi, !' ilie Uroo.ltocl- ILrul!. ri'joicinnver tlii: ni'.'tninnrpliosit " i li'nvlinjr A'lov iiitn a Alanulartorv l (i'tiv iStonex. Tlic Uerald is a sivorn cnc- my "!'llic btr.rt in al! lornis, thoiigh lliij liiiu tlif oditor "ivt'S Mr. I!li.-h, fihu Grnve-vliinr in.ui ) arcgular ' ten s rikc,' by :idvisitir al! lns reniiTs ln linve ilicir lriiii!-slonos prcpar i-d.and iln-ir eniianhs cnsravod, furtlmiili A we aic alwavs di-poscd m IbihI a hand.iis an emcrjrenr.y, wc dcprcratii'uly voluiitccr an rpiinpii lor our tnoml ol the Uerald: A rhecriu tlmuglit lliis gr.u-e supjilics I' or nea'Ji its sculplured slonr, Thonsli a uliole Parish buncd liea. T!ie d 1 caiigln but onc! Burlington frec Prcss. GEX. riLLOW. Thc follovring is a rcport of a rcccnt dchatc in thc U. S. Scnatc : Mr. Johnson rcraarkcd that thcrc wcre scveral ofuccrs acting as gcncrals, in thc American nrmy. and it wa? propcr that the Scnatc should know why thcir nnminations had not hccn sent in. Onc of thcsc was Giilcon l'illon. Jlr. I5rccsc Giilcon J. Mr. ,Iolmiin What doc the Senator say ! IIr. Urcc-c Gideon J. 1'illow. Mr. Dirkinson (quotins Scripturc, solus.) Thc swiira oi tnc ixiru anu ot uuicon. Mr. Jcfferson Pavis Ha! lial Jlr. Lcnis Xnt thc old Giilcon. Mr. J.ihnon Major Gencral (Jidcon J. l'illon U onc ofthoc appointmcntthat wc havc not yct hcardof. Ile is thc mighty man of war who has l-ecn forccd to rccord -the liistory ofhis own a vhicTcm:i.ts, froia nccessity. we admit, bccausc tlu-rc is no othcr man who witncssed thcm. (Laithtcr.) hy should ilie l'rcsident not bc callud ujion t sav why thi; noinination has not hccn madc bv thc Scnatc ? Vhat they sit vou. A Quakcr -nbo -was cx.iinmcu ueiore a court, not usin" anv other language than -' thee,"-thou,"and"fncnu"" was ssked bv tbc presidinc iud"e. ''Prav Mr , do you know what we sit hcrc for V "lea, Tcnly, uo J, saiu the Quaker " thrce of vou for two dollars cacli a dav. and thp fst one on tho right for one thousand dollars a ycar. Afr 7Tpndl- ? ilnnt TimiliiiinT nnntln. look, tho lifc'of Oliver Cromwcll. It is saia mai u wiu soon appear. A. X. Jzxprcss. E7 Tlic grcatcst spced attainedby stcamboats is behcvcd to be that raado br the Orcgon and Vandcrhilt, last scason, on araceor trial of specd, froniAcw lorkto Sing Singandhack. which was about23 miles pcr honr; while manyinstan ccshavc occnrred of a specd of C0 milcs per hour on railroads, or about thrcc timcs that of thc fast- cst boats, undcr thc most farorable circumstan ccs. Sadroad Journal. ,3" Wcslcy Tinc, who mnrdered Mrs. Knsscl of I Ieasant allcy,DuCilcss connty, on the 3th of "'"'"?' " J ,mnS " thc connty jail, Tonghkcep- , . -..v i, ai 12 1-2 o CIOCK. TIIE DAILY GOVERNESS. bv cn.vr.LES dickexs. Thc lark wentup to heayen, sccming to beat his brcast against the ancient sky yct tiny speck as lic was scarcely tliscernible to the kcencst vislon his sonp was audiblc to Lucy HinchliflTin her mother's little gardcn. Lucy was a daily govcrncss, and was in thc act of plucking a" rosc to adorn her bosom, betore she sat out to enler upon the day's routine. She east be cycs around the modcst garden it was a vcry niodest, vcry little" garden looked up at the lark once raorc, receivcd tlic last note of itssong into her soul, simled at thc grcy- hcaded mother in the pinched widow s cap, who was standinc at the window, iravcd her a- dicus, and closcd thc small gate after her. Therc was not m all the suburbs m which we lived a bettcr girl, a prcttier girl, a raore Iovinr, morc dutiful daughter, than Lucy llinchlitt. Slic lirst attracteu our attcntion whcn we went with satchcl on our back, wil ling cnough.lo scliool. She was voungcrby two vcars than oursclves a little, timid thing. as we remember her. She had afatherat that tiine, but we could sce that tbc old gcntleman was poor; and once we wcre prompted tooffcr her sorac of our victuals which we bore in our bag (for wc ilincd at scliool.) fearing that she had not enough to cat at bome. It was only a boy's thousht. and now -wc arc more happy that we didnotcommit ourselves by thc insult, than if wc Indrcalizcd ourearly drcams,thosc bubbles bred in a ihild's active brain. Her father died, and thcy becamc poorcr. A rich rclation took Lucy awav, to bcstow up on her a supcrior education. It was all lie coulil dofor her, lie said; tnougn he kcpt lit. carriage, aud his scrvants, and east bread to dogs. She returned to her niothcr after thrcc ycars, to aid thcir mutual stipport by teach- ing. AVho knows, bcjidcs tlicniselvos, the livcs that daily govcrncsses lead ? AVho has tastcd,' ).eidt's tlicinsclvcs, thc bitterness of thc bread they eat V The fine mistrcss may not frown too scvcrely upon her eook or footmnn. Thcy would resent it. and seck anothcr placc. But thc poor jcovcriiC53! That shc will rcsign her fngagcmcnt isnot to be apprchended. And are thcre not dozcns score., who would be "lad to succccd her, if she jrave herself airs ? 1'lieri; arctrascdiesin rcal lifc morcsad to wit- ner s than any of thc histrionic art, & thc life of thc daily goxcrncjs, in tneagrc cireumstanccs, ii or.c wholc trarrcdv. Lucy Hini-ldiir closcd thc garden gatc, and passcd from her mother's sight. It was nfine morninjt ar.. she was carly. Shc had, thcre fore, 110 OJcaMon to burry, as she was some liinep; obligcd to do. Sho ielt vorv ghid that ;hc rr.orning was fine, for, to telf a hoinely tnith, her s'.iocs wcll r.igh worn out wcrc far from bciiiir water proof. Shc ha& sat all lav with wct fcct once beforc, froin the fauic aup, and inuch nced ?1ib had to bc carcful of her heallh for hcr niothcr 3 s:ike. She had few -ic-iiuaiiitanccs on tho road she travcrscd ihouL'h he was familiar as their ownchildien'ii faces toall Ilie small tradeMi.cn thcr saw hcr pa?f rcpnlarly inorning and evening. Thc green gro.-cr would frequently tell his vifc halit was lime to gct thc breakfast, for tho voung lach with the niusic paper was abroad. . be ioll-ga'.c keejicr wai Luey's only speak in" aciiiiaintancc of the nialc .'ex. Ile had al- ways a kind wurd for her. Nor did Lucy fail to ak I1I1.1 aflcr the ehild that was scalded, a friglitful accidcnt that or -whclhcr his cldest jirl was at home yct, aud othcr little qucries. 'Tlicre shc gocs," the man would ay, whcn slie had turned frcm him. "Iler's is a hard life, poor thing!" "Not hard at all, Mr. Martcn," rctortcd Danie 'Wrinslincn 011 one occasion. "Ilanl, indecd. I thmk she's Mt a -verv casv berth o't. I'ut her ovcr a wa'shing tub, and givc hcr thrce or four founterpancs for a morning's worK, anu see wliat suc u make o t. "Ah, you don't know all Hsaid the toll-kccp- cr, ngnilicantly. AcU lie was nght. Thc lady at whosc housc Lucy commcnccd Ihe instnictionsof tlie day, was a vcry ncrvous lady inilecil ; and likc your ncrv ous pcople. slie was cxtrcmeiy irascililc J-ucy .s knock nirendeil her. She hatcd singlc knocks. Why had they not a bcll, it it was onlv to c.empt the housc from thc vulgarity of single knocksV Once in a fit of forgctfulncss, the govcrncss gavc a palpitnting uouulc knock, anu tlien Slrs. Itobcrt Smith was astonished athcr prc sumptiou. "Aliss Miss I forgct your nainc." Mrs. Robert Smith oftcn contrivcd to forgct a name which was the propcrty ofa hnmble dcpcndant, aud was so uiuch bettcr than hcr own. "Ilinchliff, ma'am," prompted Lucy, on thc occasion rclcrrcil to. "Ah, IlinchlifT. Wcll, Miss Ilinchlifl", if, for thc futurc, you would remember not to givc a uouble knock, you would obligc lnc. t rcally thought itwas Aisitors, ar.d, asl am in ray disliabillu, it sct mc all in a iluttcr you should consider my neres-, Miss Hinchliu"." FoorLucy! Ifshe'could have affordcd to bc so much in fashion as to own to thc posscss iou of nerves, the lady's nervousncss would havc infected her. "Xow, Miss Hincliliff." faid Mrs. Bobert Smith, whcn the governefs had taken olTher bonnct and shawl 011 thc morning wc makc hcr acquaintancc, "arc you up in those new quad rilles yet'r" "I am vcry sorry, ma'am, but I liavc bccn so much engagcd I only took them home the day beforc ycsterday, and so little of my time is my own." "Well, Miss Hinclilifi", of course, ifyou havr. too many cngagemcnts, and my dcar childrcn are 10 bc ncclcctcd on that account, it will be Mr. Kobert Smith's duty to fcek anothcr re sponsible pcrson, whose cngagcments are not so nuraerous; you eannot object to that, I am sure." "Oh, ma'am," was Lucy's faltering rcply, "I am too happy to bc cmploycd by you. I will be sure to get the quadrifles rcady by to morrow." God pity hcr. She spoke the truth. She was too happy to be employed by Mrs. Bobert omith. '? r1'1 cxcuse 3"ou ln's trac, Miss HinchlilT," said the lady, conciliated bv Lucy's answer, "but I shall ccnainly csncct the quadrillcs to morrow. I think you said when wc first en gaged you, that you taught Italian ? l'riscilla is to learn it" "I shall be most happy, ma'am," replicd Lu cy brightening'up. "Mr. Bobert Smith says that he ha read hc is a grcat reader, as you know that there arc some very pretty poems in Italian, though ho called ono by a vcry shociing namc a kind of play-houso thing." 'Which was that, ma'am?" inquired Lucy, mentally revcrting to.Uoluom and Olctasta sio. "You ought to tell mc," roplicd the lady. "You know, of course, the pretty Italian pocm with the play-house namc. "Do you mcan Dantc's Diuinc Comcdy, ma am i "Ycs, that is it a Tery pretty pocm is it not r "It is considered a vcry Cne poem, ma'am." "lcs, pretty orlino tuatswbatJMr. Kobert Smith called it , though I think, if 'tis a comc dy, it shouldn't be caflcd Divine." Lucy assured the lady that the Dkina Com media was not a play in fivc acts, with stage directions, but rathcr a religious pocm. "I understaud your mcaning," said hcr em ployer, "something likc Milton, I suppose. I havc hcard Mr. Robert Smith rcmark his rc marks arc so to the purpose that Milton was a tracedy, quitc. lou will tinderstand that you arc to teach Priscilla Italian. And about the tcrms, Mr. Kobert Jsmith says that you arc not to increase them, as he really can't afford it." "Ma'am," said Lucy, astonished. "If vou obiect, of course, we must get an othcr rcsponsible pcrson, who will include Ital- iau iur uiu uuiuuiilui juui cupottiijt Lucy's mother was failing in fiealth. Xeed we say that shc was too happj to teach Italian without remuneration, under the cireumstan ccs. On the same morning Mrs. Kobert Smith ilismissed hcr cook, who blundcred at a pate de forc gras, and hircd anothcr at grcatly cn largcd wages. The widow HinchlilT wasonlv failingin hcalth, but slie was ncarer dcath than Lucy had any idea of. hen thc poor girl returned home that cvening shc went to six houscs first, aud walkcd a distance of scvcntccn miles shc fouud that her parcnt had bccn obligcd to re- tirc to bcd. Thc servant, alanneu at ner mis trcss' condition, had called in a neighbor, who only waitcd for Lucy's return to urge the propriety of sending for a doctor. Lucy not only assented, but ran herself to feteh one. "I can give you nohopc,"he said; and shefelt that a blisht had, indecd, passcd over her voun" life. When onc that we dcarly lovc is . . ... . . .1 stncken uown to uie, wc 100c out upon mc world as if we had no longcr hope, or part, or any lot thereiu. She had to practice the quadrillcs that night, on hcr hired piaco, in fultilment of thc prom ic to ATrs. Bobcrt Smith. Her mother had fallcn into onc of thosc dozing, rcstlcss slum bcrs, pceuliar to a state of sickness, and the thought of waking thc uotcs of the gay quad rillc music in thc house 011 whosc threehold, evcn at that niomcnt, Dcath, thc dcstroycr, stood, shocked Lucy's feclings. Xo, shc could not do fiaf, lct Mrs. Robert Smith say what the pleascd. Shc sat througli the longest night shc had ever known for tho hcart measurcs thc hours not the clock a wateher by hcr mother's bcd. When thc slad sunlight came gushing iuat thc casemcnt, and lark alterlaik pourcd forth his iubilaut thankssivinir for his slccp in tho dcwy grass, she undrcsscd herself, and went to her own chambcr, lcavinz the servant to supply her placc. Tlicre was no visiblc al- tcraiion in ncr parcni wnuii, um ujuii icaia and with one of the saddcst hcarts that ever bcat in buman bosom, she lcft the cottagc up on her constant, diurnalmission. Shc -was latc, and had to walk hurricdly. It raincd, too, and tbe watcr soakcd throu"h the Ieaky shoes. She had no smile for the toll-eate kccper. He saw that she was sd, and contcr.tcd himsclf with a touch of thc hat, by way of rccognition. Ile was sad too, for tho scalded child had dicd ilurinj? thc niirht. "Bcst not to tcll hcr now," hc thousht ; "she has hcr own troublc this morning." Godhelpher. She had indecd. "You arc full ten minutcsbchind yourtimc, Rliss Ilinchliff. I nevcr had you staying ten minutcs ovcryour timc," was Airs. llobcrt Smith's salutation. "I am verv sorrv. ma'am but I lcft my mother at bome, very ill dying, ma'am, the doctor says," replicd Lucy, burstinginto tcars. "Dving dear mc. Of course you fccl vcry much put out ; but punctuality, yir. Kobert Smith tays, is-the soul of an cngagcmcnt and you havc a character to kccp up but as you are comc, you cau sct l'nscilla's mind at easc: she is dying to play the quadrillcs, and to bc- gin her italian. it I was nnable to run thcm througli last night, ma'am," stammered Lucy, "my mother was so 111. "Then vou arc nnt rcady with thosc nuad rillcs again, Miss Ilinchliff," cxclaimcd Mrs. Kobert Snntn ; "rcally, at your agc, a young woman should know the value of hcr prom- isc." "I could not disturb my mother," said Lu cy, appeabngly. "Of course. I tanc all Ihat into cousidcra- imn " rnnlicd her cmnlovcr. "But you, as a rcjponsible pcrson, should know the value of ncn arair talian this morning, of course !" "I have been so unfortunate as to forgct my own grammar, but if Priscilla is provided with onc- "Hcr father says that he cannot afTord any Italian books her French ones came so cx pcnsive. ne thought you could havc no ob- jcction to lcnd hcr yours. Wrhat could Lucy say, but that hcrbooks wcre at Priscilla's service ? Hcr mother was worso that evcning, and had bcen, as the neighbor said, dclirious du ring her absence. Lucy asked herself wheth crshe should practice the quadrilles. She was not Iong in deciding. Though thcy should go without bread, she would not forgct hcr du ty as a daughtcr. Hcr placc was at her moth er's bedside. That day Mr. Kobert Smith paid a visit to a fricnd, whose govcrncss not only taught Ital ian for thc same salary that was paid to Lucy HinchlilT, but also professed to include Span ish. Whcn Lucy was admitted the next morn ing, the ladv placcd a small sum of money in herhand, and informcd her that "domcstic ar rangemcnts" would render her aUendancc in future unnecessarv. The poor girl was not at all east down by this circumstance. Was not hcr mother ill dying, at home ? Shewould not be obligcd to leavc hcr o carly in thc morning. Hcr mother died thrce days aftcrwards. A letter sent by Lucy to the rich- relation, brought a cool answer back, in irhich the wri ter rccommendcd hcr to be industrious and to "keep hercharacter." And now Lucy -was alone in the -world, m which arc so manr faccs. and to many hearts beating with warm life. Even the toll-gatc kcep- cr had disappearcd. His place was suppucai by a strangcr, a man of coarse, repulsive as pect. Lucy Telt the loss of that acquain- tance.- Within a month after hcr mother's death, shc was compcllcd to resign anothcr of hcr cngagc ments ; hcr cmploycr, a widowcr, having madc dishonorable proposals to hcr. Shc ndvcrtised in the papcrs, but could not meet with an appoint ment. She had rcmovcd into lodgings now. Onc nisht it was a cold rainyXo-rembcr night Lucy Hincliliff sat in her little room by hcrfirc, pwndering inuch over many things, but chiefcst what it was iittingfor a young girl like her to do, who bcingso unprotccted, was cxposcd to so ma ny iusults. She gazcd at hcr mother's portrait over thc mantel-shclf, and secmed to ak advicc of tho dead. I5nt the dead replicd not. Only the hlcak wind w histlcd. Only thc rain bcat against thc window pancs. Thcre was a stir. bclow, as of fcct coming up stairs. Lucy heard it without hccd. The fcct came highcr and hishcr, howcvcr, and haltcd at herdoor; upon the pantls of which a rap sound ed as from. dctcrmincd, sturdy knucklcs. Thc gorerncss started, aud cricd, 'Comc in," and a man came in. It was hcr old acquaintancc, tho toll-kecpcr but not drcssed ns he was formerly. No. Hc woreabran new suit ofsupertinc Saxonv c!o:h. and a gold, watch-guard communicatcd with his vcst pockct. As faras cquipmcut went, hc was in all respects thc gentlcman. Aud iu tlic hcart be- siues in tuc hcart bcsiucs. "I beg your pardon, Miss. for intrudinsr cnon you," he said, bashfully. "I am comc to spcak to you abont cducating my childrcn." Lucy bowcd. She thousht shc had misundcr- stocd him. "I am comc into a large fortnnclatcly, Miss a vcry largc fortunc amatter ofa thousand a vcar. I kncw no morc of it thrcc months ajo. blcss'you, than the man in the moon ; aud 1 think, and tny wife thinks, that our girlsought lobecducatcd." " "Ccrtaiulr," said Lucv. vacantl v. She thourht she was drcaming. 'And so we arced that if vou would comc and live with us we livo iu a fine housc now andbe onc of ourselves, and tcachthe childrcn, wc thought that we should takc it vcry kind of you." "Ycs," assentcd Lucy,mcchanically,for shc was not a whit thc ncarcr waking. "And ifyou would thiuk two hundred pcnnds aycw, anda room of your own, enough, itis yours to-morrow, and that's all alout it." The spcaker, in thc cxciicmcnt of having ac complishcd his crrand. clappcd UU hat on his hcad, and brcathcd frcely. But hc rccollccted himsclf, and took his hat otl'agsin. 'you wisli mc to bc governcss to your chil dren. Do I understaud you aright V said Lucy, only half conscious that thc sccnc was rcal. 'Yes, Miss, ifyou plcasc: and if two hundred a ycar. would salisfy you,' why why it's donc, and that's just where it is." "I thank God," cried Lucy, bursting into tcars. She was widc avvakc, and undcrstood all now. It was all trnc Ihat was tho best ofit. The man had rcally iuhcritcd a large furtune, lcft him bysome rclative, hithcrto unhcanl of. And was not his carly thought about the poor govcrncss. who gavc him n good word cverv morning, and inquired after Billy, who was pcaidcd 1 Ycs ; for hc had hcard of hcr mothcr'sdcath, and thc proud conscionsncss ofbcing able to confer a bcnefit on an orphan girl, clatcd his hcart as much as thc possession ofa thotmml pounds pcr aaaum. Lu cy, of course, would not comcntto rcccire the sal ary hc had namcd. How- it was finally scttlcd. this chroniclcr knows not: lmt J.ucy dwclls with the ijuoudam toll-kecpcr, and looks "happy very happy. A sraall white stone has bccn crcctcd at hcr mother's gravc. You may sco it, if you will walk for thc purpose to Ahncy Park Ccmctcrv, Stokc Ncwington. A Ciiauacteh Drawn IT.Olt LtFE. Hnrrict is not a beauly, but in her prcscncc beautirs are conlent wiih llicmfclvcs. At first shc scarcely uppcars pretty. but thc more shc is bcheldjthc more igreeable she secms. Shc gains wlicre othcrs lose, and what slie gniri3 ncvcr Iuscs. She is cquallcd by few in a swcetcxprcseion ofcountcnancc, and, with out dazzling helioldcrs, slie intcrests llicm. Sheloves dress, :uid isa good judge ofitjdc spises fincry, but drcsscs with pr.culiar grare, mixinjsiniplicity wiiliclegance. fcJhe covcrs hcr bcatitics to nrlfully, as to givc gracc to hcr imngination. Plic prcparcs herself to manage a faniily ol her own, by mcnnging tliat of hcrfuhcf. Cookcry is (itmiliar tohcr, also ihc prire3 and qualitics ofprovisinns, and hc is a rcady nccoiinianl. Slie holds clenn lincss and ne;itncs to be indispcnsnble in a woman, and ihnt a slatlcrn is disgusling, es pecirtlly if bcnuiifiil. The altenlion givcn to cxtcmul, docs not makc hcr ovcrlook more inalcrial cuiies. Harriel'e un'jerstandin- it 'olid, without beingbrilliant. Herscnsibility is loo grcat I'ora perfect equnlity of icmpcr ; but hcr swoeine.s renders tliat incquality harmlcss. She sufTers wiih patirncc auy wrong donc to her; but is imjiaticnl to rcpair any wrong that shc has done, and docs it so cnrdially as lo make it appear meriloriotis. Ifshc happens lo ilisnblige a rompanion, ber joy and catrsiseE, whcn restoreij to fhvor, fIiow the hurdcn tliat lay upon her hcart. Thc lov-a ofviriucis Ilarrict's ruling pnssinn ; she lovns it becatise no oiner lliing- is sn lovc ly; she lovcs it because it is tho glory of thc femnlu scx; slic lovcsit ns ilie only road 10 hnppincES, niisery licin-r tbcRure ationdant of a woman witliout vinuc. Oftlic abscnt she nevcr talks but wiih circumcpection hcr fc malc arquaintanccs, tsperially. Shcbas rc marked that what renders women prone to delraction, is talking of their own sex; and tliat thry ?.re ncvcr cquilablc in rcfprct to men. llarrict never talks f women but to exprcss theeood shc knows of thcm: ofothcrs she says nothing. Witliout much knowlcdgc ofthe world, slic is aticiitive, oblijjing, anI grnccful in nll she docs. A good (Tisposition does more for her than art in others. Shc posesses a dcgrcc of politenc.F. tvhich. vo'id ol eeremony, procceds from a desire to plcase. and which ncvcr fai.'s to pleasc. A Youxo BlCAMlST. A vounn- man. 19 years of age, was conrictcd in New York on VYcdncsday, the 17th, of the crime of birramv. and scntcnccd to the Stato nrison for two ycars. He married his wife whcn only 1G ycars old. His name b Hiram Garrett. U. S. Scv.iTnns iv DnrrnT Vnn mll m- collcct that thc Scnate laid upon the tablc thc rrcoiuuons appointing Jicrsrs. Kaluwin anu Smith. Ilnitcd Stntcs Si has bcen raised whcthcr the couat iu thc liouse, rclative to the appomtment of Senators was correct, and an issue was made upon a mOtlOn tO TCCall thn Hnnsp nncslt?nrw nrv. pointing tho Senators, from the Scnate'. It 3 uiidiiv carriuu, iui 10 nicssrs. JLaiu- win and Smith arc still in suspcnse. Hartford j.imcs aa. 6SOuite a chanie has tnVon Tilnco in the style of ladics' drcsscs, among the " uppcr tcn" in the largcr citics. It said they havo cntirc- J ' Hll,UVU(jWvH tundity, and nov appear liko collapscd umbrel- ACrRICULTUR AL. cows. The following isgood advice. Thc point in which farmers are most in fault is, that they o vcrstock thcir farms only half feed their ani mals, letskeleton cow-framcs drag thcmsclves ovcr thcir prcmises and complain because thcse dry boncs do not givc milk abundantly. Whcrever cows are kept for the dairy, it is a duty to keep thcm wcll. This can be donc. Ifyou cannot kcop four well, try two; the two well kcpt, will givc morc income than four half starved ones. Tho goodness of the cow is dctermined parlly by its nativc propertics but thc food also has much, and vcry much, to do m making her good otherwire. Keep no morc than vou can fecd well vcry well. The Fricnd. Good fou FAr.MEns. If hatf the swords that have bccn prcscnted to men who have seen the elephant in Mcxico, as a reward for thcir dceds of prowcss, shall be bcatcu into ploughshares at thc tcnnination of the war, we may look for great things in agriculture. Thc Mcxican battlcs surpass cven thc famous fights of Napolcon, in tho opportunitics thcy furnish for the suddcn manufacturc of famc, to order. A man has but to stand up -with the rcst ofhis company, and if he is so lucky as to bc only grazed by a bullet hc is good for a bcautiful sword and a series of rcsolutions from some back town in his nativc Slate. The amount cxpended in compliments of swords to hcrocs would buy ploughs for all the farmers in the Union, and if they who have bccn laid bencath thc sod wcre now able to turn thc sod, who would not rathcr have their services than thc whole of McxicoV Utica Gazette. EARLY WEEDING STIRRING TIIE SOIL. A grcat dcal is gaincd by carly wceding. When wccds first start they may easily be de stroyed, and if the land has been recently ploughed and plantcd, it will be light and nicl low, and thc hocing it at an carly pcriod rc quircs but little timc, comparcd to what is nec cssary whcn thc wccds havc becoine large and almost formcd a sward, and thc cartli has become compact and hard. Anothcr disad vantage in dclaying weediug till latc, is the hiding of tho plants by the luxuriant wceds. In some cascs thc plants cannot bc found with out diligent scarch, and then, pcrhaps, the wceds cannot bc rcmovcd without radica'.ly dis turbing the plants, which from their fragile fonns, growmg in the shade of tall wccds can hardly stand alonc. Bcsides the grcat saving of labor in wced ing early, thcrc is a great advantaje to thc crops, for moat all plants that stand in a good soil, frce from wccds will grow twice as fast for stirring thc soil around thcm. Whcn there are 110 wccds, plants will comc up, grow a lit tle, and then rcmain almost stalionary for wccks, whcn a little stirring ofthe oil around them would give them a start and cause a lux uriant growth. This is oftcn shown by part ofa row orpicce of land being hocd while an othcr part is lcft. So great a diirercnce i somctimcs produccd by roerely stirrin" the soil, that the casual obscrvcr hassupposed that thcrc was a difierence in the manure, time of planting, or something clsc which hc would regard as more Important than thc merc stir ring oftlic soil, as he would regard it. We have an account ofa trial betwccn two cultivators who competcd for thc grcatcr suc cess undcr thc same cireumstanccs as to soil, manurc, sccd, &c. Ono thought to cxccl by hocing his lot twicc a wcck, aware of the grcat advantagc of frcquently stirring thc soil ; but hc was much surpriscd to find tbat ho had bcen bcatcn, and was anxious to Icarn thc managcmcnt ofhis conipctitor, which was his own plan carricd to a grcatcr cxtent, for he had hocd his lot cvcry morning. Farmers will find'it profitable lo prcparc thcir lands, and arrangc thcir plants so that most of thc labor in dostroying wccds, and stirring thcr soil, so csscntial to succcstful cul tivation, may bc donc by animal lahor. In this thcicwill not only bc a saving ofcx- Ecnsc, but a greatcr profit by a large crop, for y thc use ofa cultivator or plough bctwccn row?, thc soil will bc stirred dccpcr than by thc hoc, and it may be donc more frcquently also. A good stcady horsc, in a wcll arranircd field, in the hocing season, will do as much as scveral mcn. Boston Cullhator. From thc Ohio Cultivator. IIOW TO RAISE GOOD POTATOES. My object in writingat this time is to gjve you my method of growing potatocs frcc from rot. 1 havc practiscd it two sea.sons with cn tirc succcss, and havc now (100 bushcls of fine Mcrccr potatocs in my cellar, all frcc from the discasc. My method is to plow the ground latc in the spring. then harrow it smoothly beforc planting timc, then haul out say 15 tonsrotted manurc", sprcad it broad east, then takc two liort-es and a plow. and back un two full fur rows, thc furrows justmccting in thc backing; leave a strip one fbot wide, and back up two morc and so continuc till you have complct ed the lot. Then turn about arid split thcse doublc furrows opcn with a singlc furrow.thcn commcnec dropping your potatoos,(picccs of cut potatocs, containing at lcast four cyes) in thc furrows six inchcs apart. After thc lot is droppcd.takc your horscs and jilowand throw two good furrows onc round oftlic tcam to a ro,v just mccting on thc top. Drcss ofTthc top, clearing tho row of stoncs, clods, &cthcn sow broad east, fivc bushclscommon salt ovcr the ground immcdiately after planting; culti vato wcll till the plants are in blossom and you will havc a good crop. Nevcr potatocs when in blossom. T. A. D. MR. ELLSWORTH'a EXPElil MENTS. I madc a visit, f says Solon Robinson, in the Agricullurist,) to Henry L. Ellsworih, onc day last month. He h now rcsHc.it oi La Fayettc, Indiana, v herc he is farmiug pretty largely on thc West Prairie, about scveri miles out, on which hc has a thousand acrt-s of Indian corn in one field. Mr. Eflsivorlh is as full ol'cnthusiasra as nn Lc. hncv ilinn he was in his of- CVLI, UIIU liw 1J 1 . j ... - , fice at Washington. He n owner and man- j aremf an amount ofland, which hc is scll 111c, leasing and improymg, anu unicn, 10- gcther wiih au tne ousmcss uperauuus uuu he is carrying on, keeps his odire crowded with the muliiiude who deal vtith him. Yct un r:n,ld itmn in K( rr.ntinnnllt.' trvinr? ome cxpcriment, or siudyin-f out some improve ment fur the .lgriculiurul community. I tav six pi:js,:n as many pcns just bige- ninrrii in ii.it, i nch ncrnn.int wiilioui exer- i cise. which he was feedingon corn in tho ear, ; corn ground, but led raw, and corn meal j mude into mush two upon cach kind. Thi pigs wcre ull alikc in age, hrced. eize uiid vreit'ln when commeuced wiih, nnd ttllcrbe- I ing fed n ccitain lime with cnrefully weigheu ! quanlilies of lood, they are re-wt-ighcd n:id weiijlils no:eJ, and then tliope which hnd 1 bccn fcd upon one kind, arc changcd to nn- other, and so on ; nnd when thc experimcm is cotnplcied, be a?.-urcd nie he would pub lish ilie tablc. f lie c.Tpcriment thtis liu is very largely iti favor ot niuab, biihliug fairto pmducc enough to pay loll atnr tfooble ol grindiug. as well us for cooking, aud leave n profit. The tiumber of pounds of good mush, ihat one hundred of mcal, v. cll worked, will inakc is aslonit.iiu to auy oue who 1ms ucvet llniuglitmur.il, Ifany, short ofsix hun dred pouuits. Mr. ElUworth'b kctllc holds just fourteen of meal :t a chargc, ai d icvcral, accurnie wcrghiugs chc ovcrciglny poundf when well cookcd, and I saw mysclf that no morc watcr was uscd tbati thc meal would absorb. But il must bccookcd not mcrcly scalded. A little s.ilt is added, and occa sionnlly a little sulphur. Mr. EHs.vorlh tuld mc that hc had provcd themooled pointofiiutritivefoodin conicobs. Ile says: "Elogs will live and llirive upon wcll iiround corn cob mcal alone. At lirsl thry did not takc hold. I heii added n small quantity of mcal of thc grnin. prinripally to make tlic inass lcrnicnl quicKer, anu iiicu thcy eat the whole anJ diil wcll. 1 had niuat difiiculij in getiing the rubs ground. Millfr. nre so wcll satisfied in thcir own uiinds thal robs are good for noihsng, that thcy arc noi willing to lcllhc cxperiincnt be tried wheiher they nrc nourisliiti or not. I nm salificd ihat twenly-fivc poundn nf curn mcal nddrd to one luuiilrcd ofcob mcal, i morc vnlmiblf for fced for groin!r stock. than mcnlv noundsofcorn meal alonc." Such is ihclan- cuagc of Mr. ElNworth. ExperimcniB of ihis kind should !- furihcr iricd. One-lourib ofthe weiht nf n biiElieJ nf cars of corn, Na lurc nevcr inti'iidcd bliould bc throtvn siwny. nnd cobs upon lirge corn farms in the Wrsl are litcrally ihrnwn away. They arc ncithcr ucd for food. fucl, fced tiiu lr-anarc, for thc Ijtlcr iscoi.u'dcrcil ;i nuisincc. ruoDcttTs on Fi.owcris. ,;Arcnot,!'ni!kk thc auihor oi'Athcrton. ' flowcrs lnc iarfol' carlh, and nrc i.olsiarsthe fluwcrs ofhc.iveii? Flowrrs are the teachcra ol gcnlle ihouglits. promoters of kindly cmoiion. We cannoi look closcly at n ilnwri wilhntit Ioving it TJioy are" rmblcitiij and inaiiil'cstationK pl God:s lovc to the rrcation, and thcy nre thc mcans nnd niauifcstniimis of mnn's lovc t his fclloireieaturfP, lor lliey firft nwnkcn iu ihe mind a scnse ofthe bcauliful nnd the gnod Light is Iicnutiful nnd good; but on its utnli vidcd heaiityand 011 the glorious intrnsily ol i is full ptn-iuth man rantio: gazc; bc can cnmprehcnd it bcst when priiiiiaiically sera rttici!, auJ dicpcrfcil in the many cc.Iorrd licatiiy ofllo.vers; and thus hc xc-uU llienlc mcnts nf beauty, thc atphnhct nfvisililegraa' lulness. The verv imiiility offlowrre U ihrh cxrcllcnce nnd jrnal bcauiy; for by having a dclinhtfuliiCFs in llieir cry Ibrm nml colnr, ihey lond us to tlinughts nf irnnrosiiy nml nioral bcanly, dctathed frotn nnd supcrior tr all prlfi. hnrsRRo that they arc prrily lrr.on in nnturc's book of insiruclion, tcnchinz man thalhe liv-rihnot by bread, nrfiir bread alonc. hut tliat he hnth nnothcr lliau nn animal litr." Cnoncti South OiTt.'.wrn. Thc Gen cral Confeietirc ol fhe Mclhdist Epurnpal Church, now in srssion at PiitKliurgli. ha. h) a tinaiiimriiis volc, rcjecte.I tlic Soutlirrn delegalcs. This is conidcrrtl n mot im pnrtnnt mattcr, nnt only in ilself, but in iu bcaring on poliiical all.iirs. C3TThc Montpelier Pttlrint conlains a call froin ihc Slatc Coinniittcc for a Dfniocrati. Slatc Cnnvpiiiioii to rnnvcne at Montpelier, on the lllhnf July, at lOoVlork. A. .M.. Tor thc pnrposi. of nnmiiiating n lickct for State officcr. nnd tilsn a lirkcl ol cle rtore ofPrcsi dent and Vicc Prcsidcnt nll of which will lnvolve a tiselets cpiidiiiirc ot timc and mniiry. We rc; prrifully rrqucst ihc Chair nian "of the Suxlc Coinuiiticc, Major EaM man, to intrnducc lo thc nolirc of thi: tuei'N ing the Wilmnt I'rnviso rcsnhninn adiipicil hv the last I)cmorr..iic Srnic Convcntinn. Vrc would also nuirueM the prnpricly nfliav ing Ilon. S. S. Mrown. of St. Alhans. on hand to explain his ingcnious thcory ofncjro propagation. ISraltuboro Kag e. It is surpriaing to reflcct how largc a pro portion ofthe tniscrics of human life aro cn- chircd for the mo-t part with a magnarumou' silcncc, which siloncc, cither di.'dains to at- pcal to the public for sympathj, or dcspairs of outaining rccrcs., cvcn though that synipatuy werc at lcngtn cltcctncly arouscu. V" Tunprccrvp i tT f -1 r Tlirt lyrnt I Wordsworth is said to be in a state of imbccil- ity, sitting oftcn in moody silcncc, with liis i gazc nxeu on vacancv. tuc papers.j I tSS" Gazing on his own jioetry. Bolton , isourier. I Monr Axxexatio.v. Thc Mor.lrcal pa I pers state tha Mr. Papineau's fiipportcrs o- !l i i - ., ..1 - i i pcniy proeiaim tnaitiicir rcai onjeci 111 apia ! ting tho subject ofa separation of Lowcr from Uppcr (Janada at thc present timc i, vvith a view proposing an anncxation of thefonr.er to tho United Statcs. Dissoi.utio.v or Tiir. Uxiox. More than twcnty conples havc petitioned for it at this session oftlic Connecticut Lcgislaturc. irur cesler Palladiunu It is strange that they havc no morc re gard for thcir rerjjonsililitics. Loicell Gaz ette. Puxctuatiox. The cdilorof a ncwspaper. thus introduccs some vcrses. " Ihc jiocm publishcd this wcck was composcd by an cs tccmcd fricnd irio Itas lain in 7iis grave ma ny year for his mcn amusemcnt. And wtiAT xext. "And what," said a genlleman to a young slratii'cr, "arc ynur plansforlheIuturc7'' "lain aclcrk,'replicd ihe young man, "and my hope is lo stircncii and get into husincss myself." 'And what next?" said the gcntleman. "I intend to marry, and sct up an establifhmcnt of my oivn."jaidthe youtli. "And ihat ncxt ! continued the intcrmgator. "Why, lo ron tinue the business. ar.d arcumuhue wealili. And what next?" -lt is ihe lot ofU lo die, and I, ofcouree, cannol cscapc," replied the voung mau. "And what nrst V once morc asked Ihe genllcmnri; bnl thc yoong man liad no nnswerto makc he had nopurpofc Ihat rcached bcyond thc prt6ent life. IIow many young mcn arc in preciscly the saTic conditiuti? From tJie Daily Free Prcss. THE NOMINATION OF LEftlS CASS. It will gratify our rcadcrs to scc how tho Wilmot Provisd Democracy oftlic North rc ccive the insult ofTercd to the Frcc Slutes t.f tha Union by the nomination of so serviiu a duughface as Lewis Cas.t ofMichigan a man more , and morc dcscn td'y, ur.act cptable to them than Johu C. Calhoun would havc been' We copy from tbe New York Erening Post, the GUbe and the Troy Budytt. And firit from the Pos': TIIE BALTLM ORE CONVENTION. Mr. Cass, it secms, has bccn agrecd uporf by thc mutilatcd lonvention at Baltimr.rc, as a candidate for tho Prcsidency ofthe United Statcs. Thc news is receivcd with gi eat joy by Ihe whigsof this quartcr. Their jourual i.sts are alrcady prcscnting thvir tl'ianks to tho convention,-aiid the fricm!soi'C!ay wesrmuch more chcerfnl fafcs. Thc nou'iinr-tion has bcen made without the ote of New Yoni : if her delegates had been admitted intoll;; Con vcntion it could not liavc lcen madc ; and it now remains for tho dimdcrary of thi Stato to say whcthcr, by acccjitit.g tlic uominatiou, thcy will sanctiou thc outragc which thriut out thcir repreM-iitatit'.v""'' 'cd to thc rcini nnlion ofa candidate wl.o, of all tho dcmo T.its spoken of for thc ofiice, was tliet ost uu accepjable to our citizens 'I hij i. a gravc question, aml wc are tirlaln that it will rc ceive due atlcution. . Ourdolc'atcs linc bchavcd with dignity and propriety, nnd ir. a niaiincr wortl.y of tlic character nf ihe grvat State tLcy r-. cscn'.cd, and its iutRlligciit dcniOcra-y." would acccpt no lcw than a fn'l recognitiuu oftLu rijthts to whn'h tlli-irc onstitueuts nm rntr Icd and not obtaiuing thcir dciiianil ihcy vMthilrc n from thc convcntinn. Notep ha bcen oinit ted on thcir part to cbtain for tho.-c wl.o sent thcm a oice in the couiention, at:d failing iu this, thcy could not,-'.itIiout disgrace, be sccit taking part in its procecdings. Thelinal otc ghen for Mr. Cass is not proptrly a tno-thirds ote after all. It cem jiriM'.s two-tliird of thc vdtcs aiven; l.ilt not two-thinls oftlic otcs ofthe Cor.Vcntlon. If tho rcpnspntativcs of tlo New York proplc had bccn allowcd Iheir riglils, Mr. Css eouM not h.iYC Lcen nominatcd, It was iiv.oitaut thcrcforc, lo his fricnd.'', that thcir voiet.liould be cither cr.chided or noutralized a lacCof which thc Washington poiriit-iar.s r." o utlcnd cd, were wc'll awnrc heforn thcv lcft Ixmp. Nine of the votcs given for him wetc east by onc negro drierfioia South Carolina, ap painted at a "neighliorliooil giithcring." and assiuuing to Aote for the who!e State wher Mr. Cass is sure nf recciving tio supporl from any party, unlos he makes nn cntiic new ilc elanition of priiiciplcs on the shticry qucJtlon. Ncither has tho Coinrntion gicu" tl.c r.r c I natioa itJUMtalunatmuouscontirniation. The delegates from Al.ib.mia nnd Georgia rcfuse Ur abidc by it. until fi:ller.-.nd more cxpli' it cx plsnations arc given on Ihat ery q'ieto:i, l.y Mr. Cass's friends iu thc ronvention. What fort of nominatioii then is this- a! nomination r.iade in a cor.ventinii muti'atcil and jiackcd iu such a manner that it can by no admissable ligure of specch bc ralicil a lo dy rcprceiiting public opiuion in tl.c ar ty fioin Mhich it was coiutitutcd a nrmira tion which evcn no-- dcpcntJj for its validity in scmc dcinwratic Statcs upon new i enccs sions to the slavchohlers, which arcvcllu Le proiioscd, dcbatcd and cxacted ? 'J'hcse conccssions will prtibaUy bc granlcd, and thc coDsuinmaticii ot tlic jirocccdings nf thii convcntion r.i!I be as ilisgiaceful as their incejition. From tle Globe. "We do not regrfi that this gcnlleman (Gcn. Cas) was prcfcrretl for in rcimrd to him, the vie.vs ofthe Democracv of our S'atu have bccn freipjcnSlv and fully cxpn-arcd. His course upon vanous qucstions,- but inoro particularlv on thcKubicct of mnintai'iin" ficc- dom in terriiorics whcrc it nnw ex;st, lus eariicd for him (he lirnity contcniplcf tlicj-to-plc of this Slatc. aml wc arc glad that au o portunity is prc'ciitcj of declaiirrg this scnti inent at thc polls." " Ilad the reprcscntativcs of New Ynrk bccn allowcd to takc tiart in this nnnrinatioti.it will be sccn that a two-third ioie would nnt hate bccn obtninol for Gcn. Cass. Wc are gratified that meli was not thc f-n-t, and that wc are relicved from rc5ponibilil fora nonii nation which rcfh'cts decp iliiiare nn thc partics by which it was made. The IW?,;iiies from New York werc cxcludcd bccar.se thcr wcre friendly to the prcscrva'.ioii of frrcdi iu in frcc tcrritnrics, aml Gcn. Cass was nomina tcd because he believcd such prcscrvalton un constitutional. This iscxactly the t sl prccnt ed by Gi-nrgia. Yirginia,Alabama,nid Klorfd i, and to which thu Ltica Cnncntion s-olcnmiy rcsolvcd they never would subinit. The Dcin ocralie party nf the L'nioti hasbeindi.-nirnile'-ed on this solc ijtiption, and the Dcii:ot a'j of New York arc thrown l-acktothcaltcruativr of State artion and Stalc nominatinns. It ri mainsf irihcm U ai t wi'h tke caln.ne s,1imncss and dctenuination which hae alwns t gnal ized thcir aetion." " Wc trust arrangcments will bc madc to rcccivc our Dclegation with the honor dne to thcir dislinguished fidclity and ability ; f o hcar their rcport and to lonsult as to the individn als who should bc si-lcctcd, r.t this crisis, to bear aloft thc glorious stamford of free princi plcs. New York has bccn outragcd and in sultcd the rctribution will bc signal. aiid will Iong ring in thc cars of thosc -ho havc fotight to prostratc Frecdom at the shrineof Slavcry, by substituting n Bro!'ricL for a IIavisii.y Klt, as a rcprcsentative of our City 1 "cmocra cy, and putting tipa doiigh-f:icc as thc hcad of .1 natiou of irccuieu. From the Troy Budrjct. A Convcntion ;tt Baltimore to whosc actlon thc peoplc lookcd with sOtuc little intercst, hxs nominatcd G'cn. Cass for thc rrcsident-y. Whcn the news rcached hcrc, it fcll I.ke a dull, dead weight upon all classcs except thu Illgi. The Baltimore Convcntion has acconiiih'sh- cd a fcat which will Iong be rcmcinbcn-d a niong thc rcmarkable cvctlts in the p-j!itical historv cf thc Country. It has brokeu Up lh dcmocratic party of thc Nation ! The rcprcsentative of a parish Jucefing of 40 jicrsons east NINE votcs in the Cotnen tion, while Ihe great State of New York wcs wholly disfranchiscd. Wp ay dtsfraii; hl'cd -because the aetion ofthe Convcntion iuadmit ling both scts of delegates amoutits to nothing Icsj. A ilar or two will detcrminc what actu n the dcmocrary will takc in the prcscut cn-is. In tho mean timc wc doubt not the dcniocrr cy of this State will be procnted v.ith a can d'idatc worthy ofmpport.