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- Kind Heart.
I. lit but the heart bejbeautiful, And I care not for (lie face; I heed not that the form may want Pride, dlgnlt y and grace. Let the mind be filled with glow-in;; thoughts, ' Ar.d the soul with sympathy, And I care not if the check be pah-, Or the eye lack brilliancy. What tLough the check be beautiful It aoou mnst lose its bloom; The eye's bright lustre soon will fade In the dark and silent tomb; Kut the glory of the mind will live Though the joyous life depart. And the magic charm can never dio Of a true and noblo heart The lips that utter gentle words ' Have a beauty all their own. And more I prize a kindly voice Than music' sweetest tone; And though its sounds are harsh or thrill, If the heart within beats free. And echoes lack each glad impulse, 'Tis all the world to ma laid her hand so that it touched me '; and there Lsy the Euby, dirty and bid-Jen f so j divided ts it wa3 possible for them to bo; on one thore was no chance cf U being found. wdc was eneiy Democratic State, and on t!io Th Sacd was quite lost so it spent the night I ot5ier &c opposition States; and the laiter, la discontented regrets" at its Lard fortune, who were not csrtain of giving a single rote for Winter came with snow and raiu; the tiu Ut ""gut I nominated, insisted From the Ilnnic Journal. A Contented MATv. BY J.111ES SACK. (41 Thirty.) Five hundred dollars I have saved A rather moderate store No matter ; I hall bo content When I've a littlo more. (.If Forty.) WVJ,.I can count ten thousand now That's better than before ; And I may well bo satisfied When I'vo a littlo more. (At Fifty.) Somo fifty tlwiusiui'V-prelty well - Uut T have" earned it sore ; However, I shall not complain When I'vo a little more. f.lf Sixty.) One hundred thousand sick nnd old All! life is half a bore! Yet I cm lo content to live When I'vo a little more. (At ratty.) Ho dies and to his greedy heirs Ho leaves a countless store; His wealth has purchased him a tonil And very little more! from Sharpc's Muinulix!. A Leaf for the Utile I.iuIU. blushed redder than ever. It was summer, and the sun stole through tle curtains very early, and its beams lighted me nj like a red fire, when eke woke and- found jno lying there. , u I never can tell you," continued the pom pous Ruby, 4,the delight she showed on be holding me! She kissed me over ami over again, holding mc now in the nun, now in the shade, nnd trying me by turns on every" fin ger. She read tlie note that had lain by my side over anil over again. Ladies came to dress her, and I all the while lay on her table. They robed her in silk, and put orangc-blos. soms in her hair; and when every thing was finished, she put me on her dainty finger. There was a long train of ladies, but 110110 were half so beautiful as she, "We all went in carriages to a beautiful elmrch, where my lord was waiting (. us.flful they began to bo married. When she took off her glove, I sparkled lint nobody could help looking fields were white with frost There were no leares and no Cowers in the hnw now, but tUo Scud and liuby wore still there. They never spoke now: the Seed as get ting ready for the spring, and quite tired of the pompous histories about the Ruby coun Uy Hie snow melted, end the white blossom came out on the leafless black thorn ; the vi olets came, and the primroses peeped out of the mosa on the banks. A little green blade came up by the side of the Ruby, which lay there blacker than over; for the snow, which warmed the Seed, had tarnished its guidon I coat ! The Rim shone; tho birds s.-ig; the raiu j ) upon making both a platform and a candidate for the Democratic States to elect There cer tainly could not be a more unjust distribution of responsibility and duty. Such was thccontliuon of things at ChaiU-ston. The delegation from Georgia would not consent to the consummation of tills threatened policy of the numerical major ity of the convention. In common with the del egates from seven other Soutliern States, they withdrew from the body. Their action should hs sustained by the Democracy of the State. They were true and loyal to the trut reposed in them, and deserved the cordial approval and re newed confidence of their constituents. If they had returned fropi Charleston, bearing tho peo ple of Georgia the humiliating twais of surrender which the majority of the convention sought to put upon them in the platform and candidate pro fit me; nnd when tho lord saw me, lie blush- j cribed. It didn't heed the Ruby now: it cd, and raised his eyes to hers, quite full of , w as busy being useful. The silver-bells cuuie joy: then he said some words, nud put tho out, and fell away; tho ear grew gold nnd ripe, nud a little child plucked it. Xow it happened that she who plucked the car had a garden by her cottage, and when spring came again, she scattered the grains of com from that car upon the ground, and they came up and multiplied as the Sood from which they sprang had done in tbt? lane ; and when the autumn came they wore garnered, anil there was enough to plant a field ; i the la borer, whoso little daughter Alice had pluck ed the car, went to the fanner, who lent him n field to grow his corn in. Half was to bo the fanner's for the land, nnd half his w ho had tho soed : nud when the summer came, there was a beautiful field full of com, wa ving in tho sunlight; and l!'y called it Al ice's field, because she got the first seed, and when the com was ripe, they gathered it, the fanner half iiinl the laborer half; nnd there was. enough to feci them all tho winter and of rosy -tinted snow." Primroses grow in j p;uit ngaln In spring. This w.n nil being cluster on tho banks among tho moss; ami performed by the one little Seed tho Ruby foxgloves and blue-bells, and nil tho sweet m, spoken so slightingly to whilo it was ly-wild-llowors, were there, How nuuiy of us, j ing black and useless in tho earth. dear reader, remember such a scene, nssoeia tud wih tho dearest recollections of our lives ! It was autumn : the little grain of seed had fallen from the bundle of a village-glenner as she passed home, laughing with her compan ions, through the lane, with tho shock upon her head. Tho ruby had been dropped by tho children from the Abbey, while they I iilavcd there in the morning. gold band on the next finger to me, and all tho people looked at me the while. " Were you much grander," said the Soed, " than nil the beautiful la lies V 'Oh! yes," says Ruby: 44 1 was brighter nnd fairer than alL We went over the sea to lauds where every thing is more beautiful than here ; nnd wherever lier graco wont, I went too. We never parted cien while she slept, till I w;is taken oiFhcr finger to bo set and polished again, when tho young lord slide mo for n plaything nnd let mo drop here. Hut I know she cannot live without me, and to-morrow they will fetch 10 hack again. The Ruby nnd the Reed were lying closo together, in one of those verdant groen lanes that make tho country so beautiful. All through spring and summer it was full of sweet flowrs. Tho Mav w.-w there, in "tuft foil, and the blade became a stem, and the ! posed, the people would have received their re- stem grew into mi car, just as the Seed des- i I" sorrow, end spurned their canuuatc with indignation. it is due to tho Democracy of th? sixteen States, which I have designated as opposition Stites, to say that I use tho term "Opposition Slates" in no spirit of disrespect, but pimply in tend to designate them as States in which, unfor tunately for the country, the Democratic party is a minority. In many of their delegations at Charlostcn there were large' minorities who con demned the course and policy of their colleagues as wrong in principle and unjust to their breth ren of tho South. This was particularly the case In Pennsylvania and other States, to whoso votes, in connection with the greatest confiitviico f: r the election of our candidates. Tho truth is that the sound Democracy cf tho North arc determined to stand by tho South in this hour of trial, if the South will only bo true nnd faithful to herself. The tinwiso declaration of a few Southern men in favor of tho nomina tion of Mr. Douglas, ns a matter of policy and ex pediency, has contributed in no small degree to the present unhappy Mate of things. These ex ceptional cases have unfortunately been mistaken in some quarters for public opinion, and will ac count for the otherwise unaccountable persistence with which tlm fiicn.bif Mr. Douglas press his nouiiiiittiunnuust tlietiini'st protest of a united South. I have thus brkfly alluded to tho difficulties in tho Charleston Convention and tho causes ; which produced them, ns proper matter for con- j Mdcrnticn in determining upon the course of nc- j tion which the Democracy of Georgia ought now ! to pursue. As the time is so short before the re-a.sseinliling of the (.'iinvimi.-n at IkiHinini-c, I would suggest the propriety of an immediate call So they came to lie side by side in the still green lane, when the Ruby told its grand his tory to the Seed. J ut with all its line mi's, no; though it lokid ut its bright color cut in so many TUB lll llY AND THE COIIN-SKnt). "I was found in tho bed of ft river nt the Lland of Ceylon," said the Ruby to the little grain of corn. " (Janem the slave found me, tuid his fves sparkled with joy when he bc- 1 1 r . i i . ..ii !...- in i jioi.i me, lor i v.. is 10 o i,,.- ..,.!. ... : (.it )it(K, ,,5,,, cm y it. the bed 11s tho morn is to the stars, J lie slave-owner gave cacl. year a largn rewatM 10 8,mllVt,t ,, tl ,,,, t.;,.lsli rmi,i ,vi!, ! liiiu who found the lluost ruby, nud 1 was tho j ,(W1 ,,., i,(WU (..lti largest nnd reddest ever known. It took me j whl C ,v,li(e Kt,. .-,,, jwu ;,, flll,l three hnndivd years to grow! Gauem took j ,,,,,,,( ,)f ils ,ict ., , IIli(,sillIl it me up carefully .-md held me to the sun- j j, ,o fi, o( wliifli in my native place ts i.r.gnior in in- , Bj, ,, mU j. V1,( . ler than .ulloseol l country at toe i.e.gmo.,,; ,;,ri. . j, mlst u, wiM'lsmo t ,lrlic. summer. I glistened like a red star. He !...,.,. irr, : ,!.. I never Ix'l us be thankful to the corn-seed : it is n jrwcl worth mote than all tho rubies of Ceylon, richer than em-rald or diamond. Lay these in the earth, they me dull and fruitless; but the seed will grow and multi ply t feed the hungry ! MORAL. 1 (lie Kinto exicolive Committee for the March Though vain pretensions may v in credence 1 Convention to re-csscmV.c. It alHirds tho best for an hour, Truth will triumph in the end, opportunity at our eomnimd for ascertaining the nnd usefulness meet with its reward. Dcmoenitie sentiment of the Stale a our future i policy. When iisseui'ilod I would urge upon Letter Trottl Hon. SIou-clI Co:!. j th;llClinvcn;ioI1 , Rivei,,u ..four delegates Washington- Citv, Jf.-.y Pth, lsfi ). ( t Charleston their cordiid appnivid; and aulhor-Gr.N-Ti.rMCN : Your letter oflhe 5th inst. has . tlt.in n Co-opcratiin w!t! Hie delegates of just reached me. The limited time allo ved for 1 t)i!C f,iatt, with wlioni they acted nt Charles action induces mo to comply with your request f (on to renew at lialtimore their c ll'orts for a set Tor a 'prompt" sn.-ver and I i ha'.l endeavor to I (i(,v.nt of the ditllculties which led to tho dU inakc it equr.lly " andid," j r,i,ii(i at Charleston. I sympathise fr.lly in your apprehen-Ums fori 'phc course of the delegates has been so true An Ferrnlias EroTl!cacc TranL;t!d from (lis Fieach.J Father IUauregard has just preaclicd in one of the churches of the capital Lis beautiful ser mon upon Providence, which like aU hi other sermons, haJ drawn together a considerable crowd of auditors. Upon returning home, he had just disrobed himself, in order to rest after bis extreme fatigue, when a stranger was an nounced, uWrous to sec, him. Taking time only to change his drcsu, at once presented bun self to the unknown vibHor, whose manners and appearance denoted him to be an artisiy "What do you wisji, sir?" said tho venerable speaker. "To speak with you a moment," replied the stranger in a manner so agitated as at once to arrest the attention of FitherBcaurcgnrd. "Most willingly," said Hie preacher. "J am ready to listen. Sit down." "I have just heard your sermon," said the ar tisan. "Well I nm glad of it, for I have Faid some things which should not be lost upon cither of us." '0h ! sir, yon have certainly spoken beauti fully. Nobody could have done IxtUr, You have extolled the benefits of an overruling Prov idence. Put, sir, I do not believe in Providence. There Uno Providenco forme. Wait a minute, and judge for yourself. I have a wife and three children. We aro honest working peoplo who never wronged any one. Inquire about ine In my neighborhood, and everybody will tdl you that X. is an honest man, getting his living by the sweat of his brow; that he pays his debts; that he docs not drink; that lie docs not play; ami that ho tnktsgood care of his family." "I can easily Itclievc all this, my friend," in terrupted Father ltaurcgard, much touched by the heartfelt words of bis visitor, "but to what does all this lead, nnd what connection U there between these details and your unbelief in ProVr idencc" "You shrdl hear: you see lcforo you a man resolved to throw himself in the river." "Good huivcns!" cried Father Beauregard, justly alarmed at liis acknowledgement "God preserve you from such a fatal step I You not only kill body, but you peril tho solvation of your soul. What has given rise to such a dread ful thought?" "Sir, I have just met with a heavy loss by the failure ofa debtor. I havo liabilities which bo como due on tho flOth of this month, and I can not meet theiiu It will bo the first time my slg- From the KaUo-al IiittHigtceer. TeEetable Fibre. In the. AgricuitusJ Report of tha Tatent Office, just printed, an articla appear on Vegetable Fib:r," (the Websterian spelling of the word fibre being held to by the omce.; Tho article, which is a brief outliuo of what might bo filled out iuto a largo and valuable bo4tk. contains much interesting iufonration 1 ro tho want of which has of lato years been severely felt byniany persons. The demand for vcget; 1M0 fibre as tho raMT material for thejc two great classes of man ufacture, of paper nnd of textile fabrics, has in recent times kept ahead of tho aupply, and the supposed discovery of some new source of material or paper-making, or of some substitute for tho great textile fabric, cotton, ha frequently attracted much popu lar attention an. given rise, to much com mercial speculation. It is shown in the article above referred to that paper has been made from a great varie ty of vegetable substance, even from sucti plants as mosses and seaweeds, and that it can be made from almost any thing which has n fibrous structujc, no matter how short the individual fibres. Wood, especially when in tho form of sawdust, is ono of tho most m ailable materials, and a short description s given of tho method of examination by which the value of different kinds of wood as paper-making materials may be determin ed, a method which is very interesting m an instatioo of tho combined application of chemical ami microscopical science. After a single microscopical examination chemical agents nro applied which give ono color to theso vegetable cells which constitute tho fi bre available fr papor making, ninl another to the useless material which incrusts them, so that a piece of wood, almost too minute to bo discerned by the naked eve, is made to appear under the microscope like n map on which tho valuable nnd tho sterile portions of territory are distinctly colored. For tii 0 ui;s of the weaver Biid spinner vegetable cells must bo cither very long themselves, ns in tho caso of cotton, t. hose fibre consists of a single cell of comparative ly immense length, or they must bo nggrxga- ennied me oil' in triilmpli to his muster, who shouted for joy when he beheld me; then he gave Ganem n large reward, set a great price upon me, and peeked mo up jn an ivory cas ket, with soft foathuM and down for me to rest on, an 1 all alone not like the common rubies, that wore piled up 011 top of one an other, lie took me to the captain of a largo ship, and said : " This is a flue ruby, fit for a princess " " lie thought I did not hear him, but I did, rnd sparkled all the while; and ns soon as tho captain was instructed what to do with me, we sailed away. When we were half way over tji sea, ht took me fruiu the caso and showed me to some beautiful ladies, who immediately fell longing to possess me: but I was ta curtly for them: nud great honors awaited mo in tho country you call England. So I came over the broi l so;', and on the first lay after our arrival the captain took me to the lapidary's, that 1 might be put in gold, mid otherwise fitted for the servi .-e of a prin cess. Every bo ly who saw me wondered at my mzc nnd brilliancy, nnd I was given to the most skilful workman to bo carved and pol ished." "That must have hurt yon very much," raid the Corn-seed luodestly, " to bo carved and polished into all those squares f "Not at all," said tho Ruby : "it only shows Its off tho bettor. It took the man three weeks to cane 111c; and the merchant to whom I w-as sold came every day to see how I was going on, "When every tiling w as fin ished, he took me to a place full of gold and silver and bright stones but I w:is the brigh test of nil; and nil the people in the street stopped W look at me, exclaiming: "What a beautiful ruby J One day there cam? a young lady, the fairest I had ever seen perhaps you never away one s lite in these i!i was in the country her - before." that they are entitled to the unqualified confi dence of their constituency, and can bo safely trusted, w ithout embarrassing their action with specific instructions. The endorsement of their I I'n t action w ill be the best in;tru.'tioi) for their "Oh! I havo not w m much; nhd it wnl not interest you, wle. c;i'ii: from so fine a country," said the Soed. " My parent was 11 seed just like myself, and o nly last spring was put in a field not far from here, with hundreds of other seeds, an 1 the raiu fell, and tbu sun brought it into Ijl'e : soils roots spread out in the earth ; then it unfolded a tin v leaf, as green as emeralds; then there came a stem from anion ' the blades, nud fl- ded in this was a tiny ear, that held a him- j dred homes, si:nl e.-i-h home had it baby ' grain, and the tar, grew tiil, one summer day, it burst out of the leaves, nnd stood straight on the stem, mid each little gruin was folded :.. 1 ...c. .....1.:.... !.l t...t : Tl.. III .1 leal , on .iiMiiiir 1 "miii iiu.i' it. 1 field looked beautiful! At ithe l.ig cars waved nt once, and rose again when the j breeze had passed aw ay. Tlerc was a lark's ( nest on the ground where J grow, and they j used to fly up iirti heaven mii.'I fill ail the fields with music The JHiie grains grew , tho future of our country, ft cannot he disguis ed that both tile safety oflhe South and the in tegrity of (he Union are seriously threatened. It is my honest conviction that the issue depends upon the action of the Southern people a t tins important Juncture. A linn, wise.and untaller- 1 ftl(lire r0,l,lct. The f ame delegation should be ii. policy on Hie part of the South will give securi- flthorize-.. to represent the State in the Conven ty to her ow n rights and peace nnd quiet to the 1 , ,)C jui1,j p,i mnoml, nnd if practicable, Union. Any other wurse w ill bo .equally fatid lnu time for the meeting of the latter Convention to tho preservation of .the oue gtfi foe uninteiy ,,,,1,1 iP postponed toa ly subsequent to the mice cf the other. JJke yvi.fv'J f bay .vk-; v,1Vention at Kultimore. It would tlius ntfurn cd to the National Democratic fcbjiy.w f.W .-"'J.v u.ry opportunity for healing the dissensions in political organization in which the .svvy ,couv ! ' iy mlj i,riI1Kin.; jts different portion I tutiumj elements of the. wlK.leei.mil ry rfyujij ' ,ul,ro into united and cordiid co-operation 1 brought into united, cordial co-operation, )jitb ' ..Intforni and in tha sin-port f f a 1 I iiiy rtn v it i itt f u il niuu.l tin t inifM'fl imrJ a rf ' , i w i i- . t: 1.-.. 1 .V. . -.,.1 t L...- the idea of this disgrace. It is after having in j '' U """" lko ho " f"rm vain solicited assistance from my friends who tlio fibres of flax and hemp. In either ca.se, would ba glad to help me if they could, that f however, it is not length tilone w hich is re determined to ihvwn Liyself.'' quisite, but n still more inij,or!ant pniperty, "Hut, my friend, what will becomo of your ' which is perceived upon rxamiuatioii with wife, who loves you, your children who need j tho microscope, determines, to n large extent, you, if you drown yourself V" Tho poor man's 1 tno value of tho material. Tho individual tears answered to these interrogatories but he ((mi nS( ,m,M of colls which replie.1, afiera momenfs pause. "When I am fi, MQ .e cvlinjCWi l,llf) hy dead, the world will take pity on them; I cannot , . . live to seo I hem dishonored, to seo them bear the ; 1 " burden of my shame." "I low was it, then, with such a frightful plan as this in contemplation, you came to hear me preachy" "It was only by chance, sir, I had no intention of doing so. I was in tho neighborhood of the church and noticed the ergwe entering; median: ically, as it were, I went in with the rest ; I asked who was going to preach; they told me a celebrated priest. I ri-mnmc.l, n.l tuMu-4 you lliroilirll; nil you said was very good, very fine, but it was still in the dirk. 1 could sec no Providenco for me." crow-liko form, by njcuns of vl(i..I) th'.-y in terlock with other fibres, nnd thus hold firm ly together the fabric into whose composition they enter. As so tnu-h his teen said about supplies . moved nti juch, or had the skill of Vhitc- frf-ape iuRarr- From all accounts the grape crop in tlw5 United States will be an abundant one the present year. It is stated tliat there ara. now about 4,000 acres laid out in viney ards in Ohio, half of which are in the immediate, vicinity of Cincinnati. Tho yield last year is estimated at throo hundred and fifty gal lons per aero for the whole State, which U much above the usual average, From a care-, fal estimate of the vintages for the last twelve) years, the averagoyifcU r the phio Valley is two hundred gallons per acre; on well culti vated vineyards, in favorable positions, throo huudred gallons, which is about tho aver age product in Franco and Germany. In Missouri and Illinois the yield did not exceed two hundred gallons per acre, owing to tho prevalence of rot; and" in Tennessee, Georgia, aud South Carolina it was very much reduc ed by a destructive frost in ApriL The hills of South Carolina and Georgia are rapidly becoming covered with vineyards. One wine-grower, Dr. McDonald, has already, plantodjiienty acres with the grape, In rogar." to tho variety, the Catawba suffers greatly from untimely frosts wherever they occur. Several new species that seem less subject to disease Imvo already been partially tried, and found to yield nines superior iu quality to tho Catawba, Cape, or Isabella. Tho Dela ware is the best; the Venango.the Ilerbmont, I ho Diana, and tho Norton's Virginia for red w ine.all of very superior quality; and it would seem a matter 0 Wisdom in the planting of new vinyards to introduce several varieties, 111 about equal proportions, instead of plan ting exclusively the Catawba, as wo havo been too much in the habit of doing. In thi way there would he a clinnce of securing a crop of ono or rooro kinds in seasons when others fail. lircltange. ElTRAOHMSARr SlIOOTISO ANOTHER Ameiucax CiiAunoK. Tito St Louis Bul letin, of May 7th, has an account of tho va rious exploits of a shooter in that city, and thus relate 0110 of them: "Mr, Whitehead first mado a few shots nt a target w ith a rifle and ball, boring a hole through tho centra every time. Ho then stationed a mnn at tho distance of ten paces and vhot tit a half dollar, which the person held between tho thumb and finger of Lis, hand, hitting tho piece of money in the cen tre mi' knocking it out two or three times. The crowning feature of tho performance was, however, to come. Mr. T. F. Lennox sta tioned himself nt a distance often paces and placed a common sized lemon on tho top of his head. Whitehead took a pistol and aimed nt the fruit. Tho ball entered fairly in the centre did cut the lemon in two. "Vo would not forget V) mention that Mr, Lennox, on w hose head the lemon was, stood with anus folded and coolly smoked his pipe. Had ho. of cotton froiq Asia nnd Africa, where tho cotton plant grows readily nnd where labor is cheap and abundant, it nay bo of interest to refer to an opinion understood to have been given several ears ngo by the learned author of the article on fibre, Dr. G. C. Soho effer, whiih has a close connection with this . .... ii 11 "What, to hear my sermon, to corao and sec "latter ot spiral structure. 110 remarked mo, to confide in nieand yet in all this you do j that the pectiljar excellence of the American not recognize a Provi.knee?" j cotton did not proceed altogether from the , For a moment the man was silent, nnd then ! soil, tho mode of culture, or tho character of replied; "It is strange, sir, very strange, still 1 1 j,c plant, but was dependent mainly upon sec no way for mo to pay my debts. j j)0(.i;lirity of f lunate, tho concurrence of During this interview, tho heart of the gooJ j il(,at ,! 'moisture at the critical period of priest was deeply moved; he had beard the un-1 f (u, cotton be ing such that the head failed, his soul vyould have been sent instantly to eternity. We scarcely know whom to admire tho mnst, Lennox for his intrepidity, or tho marksman for his skill. Wo think Sir. Fred. Whitehead is justly en titled to the championship among marksmen, and unless sotijc iuc can surpass him ho wilt claim it." Mr.- Pclllng an Artist. is one of our most popular artists i.uii'Uinu,idiitft I believe it can be aceompli.-li-, ,,ulT.' n " ; 11 CTWi, rioidlv and regularly, and the .. ... . 1 - 1 ....1!. ".....I., O,. roMKilv ..hull! III.- . - - tlie Intel linrlcston convention wit 11 intense anx- . , ,14. ,j.., -,.... r., ,,,,.,, n.ul il. !s on rm i suun a-on.v nraw. .v...v..v 'ity. and deeply regretted the causes which led llftf ,,Hvwhoi-n Oeinoeracy to bring it ' icstig: to ils disruptUs. ; nUnt. you may .rest assured that your true f,,i'' 'na,f- I;i considering the proper course no.v to bo pursued we should understand distinctly the reason of tho failure of that Convention to agree upon a platform and candidate for the sup port ot the Deinocralic party, ifthc fliffcrcn-vs which led to the results at Charleston are imma terial and unimportant , then there is 110 cans: for trouble or apprihi-nsion. 1 lie pill he nmi.l 1 i(,ltNVec!, tc wj,.s oftlic- port vat the Korih. should promptly pronounce tium to be so. and j The one h.-.s been tnie nnd faithful in tho past, they should be rtUmis.-td from our thoughts a- nmi 0y,.,s you every a.-snranceof thtir aid and unworthy of further consideration. An the peo-, ; "i1f(,lr., TVintlur nbumme you t . .1 ... 1 .:!.... ,1 ..! i:i. i . larger every ua, iohi sin hi if -o-invt- nui-i j pic prepared 10 pronounce 1111s juniiieiu. came out on every grain, Ui'l trembled all j The answer to this Inquiry involves, in my opin day long in the sunlight -JY;hcn they fell , ion, the future destiny of the South. There were two points ot (lilleronoo at I nam- ton 1 which produced the liisruptio:! of the convention j 1st, the platform of the party on the :ul ject ; r;iii,..ii fur 1 ..l...1 .l.t..1. ,.t...-. ..C tlj .t oll l-nfi.a ,Oi..i t-itl. thcr investigation, Ik: resolved at once to act in , '!' 1 -"J V' 1 1 ntlllljiimni, iiuimii tin iiinc n iiih-i r- a Ml 1 - 1 a - . . 1 1.. 1. 1.:. tT i. i if Hcnuv in nm or ruiiMMi-iKiiHMi itiriii. fyrU ...en who have never , " TllZ In eHioatcs the si.iral is iiTcmlarnnd . . j .. .. . . .1 .1 ,! r,.-, lievo vou 10 oe an ihnivsi, umo, umvi - 1 fieserre-i vyuwMitiui-jni .n .--.x upon you terms of liuiiitliation, -ond the rest w ill uoi vtiituio to prcs them uiiltss y first indi cate by your action thai you sre prquirwi to sur render nt tuseri tii 111. The Democracy 01 Georgia must no-.v chf-ose through the ngency of others, nnd I wish to help j interrupted, the fibres cotisoquclitly hold erfectly, nnd the thread is otcti- olF. all tlie oars caught flic (Ojlor of the sun, and changed from green -tv ei'fl. (in 1 riju lie l: so that tlio fanner came f.tol iit,n nil down, vou out of your trouble. How much money will 1 m-ther less porleetlv, I cover your debt-? I am not rich, still I cau con-1 c;(.t in itrc'igtli and lt;tj.ility, I tribute something towanls niatcmg lip inu ' s.tin." I Oh ! fir, you arc to good 1 Less than three thousand francs will snfiicc me. Father I'cauregard rose, opened bis secretary, and taking therefrom a hundred louis, returned to the poor artisan, and said : "My friend, here area hundred louis. I should not havo been nl.lc to have done this myself, but a few days in the hour of daivr'r and trial, and invites the renewal ofyour confidence, with notice in advance o.-i -r.r,l t-, I'm fMfnr.-.ni li.-Mer flitll It' H 11'. u ill n ....... , , , '.J, vn l,.v. ....-vWi in tl 1 wu the prince. Clotilde, after having heard ' '""v : . . ... r i me piX'aC 11 OU V Il?o o , !e,ll mv la..w u... boding me to uso it for the bcnclit of past. l ith t.ic Lrst you wol certainly main rum- linrnr .-.ml l-.flve a fair rronioet of ire-1 money, serving your ri-.' s. If an alliance w ith the hit. '. the unfortunate, and to distribute it to any one ' ". . t r ! n-i.m.i T ihftiilfl nir. -i: worthy of assistance. It large shocks about the fiebl Afi ll'Ht a few j jj,,. j;.-crn Southern istates, in eon T,itl, P; B - ' I j, already done much good, soficned the ills of ears were carried away in a large vV.HgeU far hc.t,v Democratic Ft.ites of the f'acii'ic, agreed j lna"" 1 n nmw, yonrs. c, j many; but my friend, your visit here, nt this out of the field. I fell out vf Jhe bntKbY, Sipon a platform, which recognized thceTialily j "' "" IIOAVKIX CODb! I critical juncture of affairs, is in my view, a stream and lhe gleaners picked me u;i; :bnt J v:tu , of the Southern Stales and tho ii;.ht of their j t..i.-,4 r.,n;.,c .Tlm? flroslnm .lawi ! cf'I' l.t. imon the ways of God to man. Take and frightened awav the links, setting us in I,., ' '' " ' ' .", ' .... , , J.lolrt fin llii. lro..-.ili'iir'.. ml lhe gleaners picked me up ; :bnt J v:tiJ , of the Southern Stales and tho ii;.ht of their j Imkcn from tho rest as they carried ;fhciu j citizens to go with their property into the com- ( o,e so we came to lie logi thcr." mon-l"eiTrtory crfthc Uni-.n-claimiag for them sli; In. 1110 so we ... . .1 i- 1 ' l-i r -,1,1 ' nnd their property t'ne same; TolcelI'mwh!.-h the "Miatwcre those birds like! said the " " 1 ' - .... , 1 r , . . . , . , , ! CtHiHtrtutkKi and law s of the land extend to tlieir litibv, very patronizingly, for it bad compnr- : ..n'.:, - J ... . brethren :f the-non-slavihoimng t-lkte-aml t:eir Oil Hie neon s History wuu us t:i ixjien- Aniir troag. nnd others, Macon Georgia. Coimtcrft St C'olr.i, this money, pay our dtUs, and believe in an overruling Providence." I Full of surprise, and overwhelming gratitude. property--notiihig more nothing less. The ' n!aj ra sf.me statements which seem calculated TlicXcw York Journal of Commerce, referring ! the poor carpenter fell on bis kntts nt the fret to the incrcx--ipg f; cquency of counterfjit coins, j cr tjic pood fatlicr, be could not speak a word,but ence, and was disposed to assert its superior- j venij., which, with pcrfet unanimity, j tanea r.sn;c' in C ; his streaming eyes to heaven, in a lan- I agreed upt tlhi;-plalfv)!!ii, are c:l of thim cer-. 5omc r.:t e f -.r filch c il s is not dcvLed, the pul- Covered all over with white spts, re- , ttfJn lK-mociatic t..es. Te .candidates to be ! Kc 1, .0 stck lo.nkbiHsi as a natter u phol tlie rv-di; -l.rown an l wlnte, Willi nfmmiiitHl by the .Deuhnific rp..rty fr Presi-1 vl has lately become common, :e spccla market; in Cict. if gMc more powerful than words, expressed tlie j birds in my couutry : they nre all purple and gold some nearly ns bright as n.yci.lf r' " And do tiny ingSwcct.y f asked the Seel " All day nnd night, and all throng!! the year, for we have no w inter there. The corn grows as high as your trees, and every house is a palace." " It was getting dark, raid the laborers were coming homo through this lane, t.-ilking, and the Ituby said to iWlf: "They will sec we, and I shall le taken to the Abbey ; bnt they must not find mc talking to this poor Seed.'' So it stopped boast :ng about its own coun try, and ihc seed lay still, thinking how grand it must be ; for it didn't kno-,v the Ruby wa false and deceitful, depreciating all the things aronndj that it might eccm the grander itse'f. One of the men set bis heavy heel on the Ruby, and bent the gold out of form, crush ing it into the earth almost opt of sight; now his heel went on tho Seed too, and pressed that into the ground ; but it was elastic, pnd gave way to the pressure ; so when the foot KoanrrrarJ was a Frtsch Jesuit preacher, who died in Germany in 104. A R.var.OAn Thais Cuaxciso Enoisss wiiF.x at llr.iotiT of Spked. Tlie lightning train which carried the New York delegates recognize these principles. They did not asM-rt j fcrc gcjwrated frt-ro th centre. Tlie latter j fr,,,,, Hctr.it to Oii'ica,., on Jloninj, says I by the phtfrrm they adopted, antagonistic prin- ucn iy tl,c eperaior, and its place supplied by , j.; ,.,,, i,t five stoppages Ik- ( . 1 l. w nf-' v . v .ijj.-.i j -' " - ; n lUlHlii JM.i'.Hia l w II A II ' !..- - w . Dcxnocratic Slater Tlu .r poliry was to leave tencd, t!ic edpc 1 . -it . 1 at 1 the qucsl;onan open issue, so far a? any deciara- : jy pted. This Uso vrc-11 Monotint Tcrrfi.w tx- aaw a lauy : sanj l!ic litiny, mu-lTogativily, j yiH..fc l,ars on their wmgs, and long, slender j ,k.nt and Vice rrcsidnl:niwitoo-civc their votes ! w1licj, js F,alcj to be far riorc ilapjcrcms than to the (Vm-seed. j legs, th,.t t'M.k them till over the field to find j to givcth"in the slightt.it prospect cf success. RnT former one. It is gcncra'.iy practised with " No," replied the Corn-seed ; " only the ! f0d for tlieir voting ones." The remaining sixteen feuncs by virtue of their 1 the eagle. Tlie piece is split into three parts, and village girls th.;t came gh aiiing." "ITa!" said Ruby, "you should see the j superior numlwrs in the ronventijn ffusiil to the two outsiIe Nielli costainui's the impression "Hell, answered Ruby, in the tone of one who prides himself on know ing a thing or two ; well, a young lady is the most beautiful thing in the world except a ruby; and this was fiie most beautiful of all ladies, and a re$ priiitcss. There was a tall gentle man with her, and I saw at a glance that lie was in lovo with this princess. They bought diamonds and emeralds, the best of all there were, and then 4 my Iord-a.hey all called him lord took the prince's back to her carriage; but as he went out I ennght liis eye, nnd he came Lack and looked at me, taking a little gold band out of a caso he had to measure mc by, then he purchased mc for a large sum of gold, and put mc in the case with the plain gold iand this was called the wed-Jing-ring ami wo soon became friends. " I was taken home to a grand palace, and jnj lord put tittl scrap of paper by my side, and told another lady to lay, me on her j.illow: so at right, when they were all asleep, I was taken into her room and Laid down b? Jda her. AH this while she slept, a.l I eWnjd .feci lier soil warn breath. Cnce sh-j joy fifli.s tuaverance. I tween tiic points. Thse w ere nt Ann Aroor, J i"kson. lwilar.ir.zoo, Xilcs. and Calumet. At . ,. 1 1 e . . . . f ! 1 !,. ti,a i .MaMiall t e womienui K-a ti . naiiinj. t- linn of iirincinlcs was concern eL b'.it to rive a w4Cn r1-tv- rht practical construction to thtir platform by the 5,30 of its gol.l, Eni rcmrins equally good ; g'.ue while the train was at full speed w aNipp n,j tus Kn,t.T th0 manure more nomination cf a caudid-.tcwhfse chief claim to j fa general circulation. The fact that this is j admirably "performed. Before reaching4'hat U;,,,!,. ; and secondly, by preventing in any the nomination grew out of Ins known hostility doncat all, and the operation conlinucl, is proof 1 tt.-iii.n the bwomotivc thal.cnge was unconp- to tlie doctrine for which the Southern and Dem- j that it is carrkd on upon a large scale; for the i pled, and fhootln; away from the swift pur- ocratic States contended. The seventeen Dcm- j eiq iisitc machinery, ar.d the skill necessary to I j,, tr.l;!lj reKehed the station and sw itched ocratic btatcs were prepared to rn;te upon any 1 PUCCCss, could not be profitably employe except true nnd worthy man for tae Irei(lency. There was on their part no disposition whatever to force upon their brethren of the other States a candid ate unacceptable to them. The issue .on their part was for principle and success, involving no consideration of mere personal advancement ofa favorite candidate. The sixteen opiositkn States on the other hand, r -t only refused to unite up on the platform ofTered to them by tlieir breth ren of the Democratic States, but struggled to force upon the party the nomination of Vudge TV T.,.... an-allinT Tirnno ftlnrfc.1. 1 on. auu iwwi, " - " " , in an extensive business. The pieces are full ; h(; LpaJcR3 tra-m llu.antimO thundering on weight, and except through he wonderful in- j overtie lot the ne w stinctof a rare erpcrt cannot be detected, as, . " , - j , . . . f . . . .comotive, and without slackening of rpeed thev answer all tests that do not involve tlie. r'- . ", t.u n 1 .1 rUhe two .were united wituout jar or oobfusion. Commerce thmks tfat there must be at this moment, a large number of them on Oepostt in banks, a3 tht number of bad pieces onered at the subtrcasury has sometimes amounted to fifty or sixty dollars in a single package of five thousand. Thcrcis slso a iangcrous counterfieit of siver Douglas, against the stern ar.d united voice of ' coins, which ring well, feels ri;ht ti Uie touch. every certain Democratic State in the Union. id is gvxl weight The New l ork bsnkswith- , . . ..v. v ,1 mi few urs, have become a little startled by I venture to assert that such a spectacle was ,prinviingof these pieces inside their " cr ociorc prcsenit-i in tnc niMorj tii a par.j ; THs, anil puMic attention is likely to be arous- wa' gone it resumed its proper form: but convention. The States were as nearly equally I cd to a serious cfVrt tnl.stc!hc nuisance. Tlie same feat was successfully performed at Michigan City, where the Racer was ex changed for tho Rambler. The train from Galesburg to fTalamazoo, nino miles in ten minutes, and several times a mile per min&ie was accomplished. It reached Chicago ten minutes before time viz eight hours and thirty minutes from Detroit. One onght to have dates at one's fingers' ' ends, w"iiii thnv grow nnc-n the palm. Aiucrionn cotton goods, which are made exclusively from American materials, have, by their reputation for durability, gained a sort of monopoly of certain markets, nud the necessity of competing cgaiust such goods w ill be the real bar to the substitution by the EurojH-an manufacture of African for Amer ican fibre. The following is the established weight of various articles of produce : A bushel of wheat, sixty pounds. Of shelled corn, fifty-six pounds. Of com 011 the cob, t.yi'iity pounJs Of rye, fifty-six pounds. Of oats, thirty-five pounds. (f barley, forty-eight pounds. Of potatoes, sixty potinds Of iicans, twenty pound". Of clover seed, sixty-two pound. Of timothy seed, forty -five pounds. Of flax seed, fifty six pounds. Of hemp seed, forty-four pounds. Of buckwheat, fifty-two pounds. Of blue grass see.l, fourteen pounds. Cf castor beans, foi ty-four pound.. Of dried peaches, thirty-six pounds. Of dried apples, twenty-four pounds. Of onions fifty-seven pound. Of sH, itv pounds. - ITorses should always have plenty of litter in their stables ; it answers a double purpose: first by absorbing and retaining the salts of the r.rinc that fall upon it in a considerable part that liability to swell, to which the feet and legs ot' a horse arc snhie.:tcd when stand ing on a hard or plank floor. That which always capable of perfection is never perfected. Hypocrites arc beings of darkness disguis ed in garments of Xght. It is Jess painful to learn in youth than to be ignoraut in age. A man may be a fool with wit; but never with judgment. Practice fiows from principle ; for as a man thinks so will he act. One halfpenny a day will bny fool in f '-hi-na sufficient to enable a man to iive comfortable" nnd teachers of draw ing, whose studio is but a short distance from the State House. Yes terday morning, while copying a head bv Guido, Mr. A was interrupted by a rough looking visitor. 'Are you Mr. A., the painter F 'I am, sir.' 'You teach erectors to draw, I believe, V 'Yes, sir,' replied Mr, A., who fancied that Lis visitor might be some wealthy old Jersey farmer, 'do you wish your daughter to take. a few lessons r 'Xo, sir, not my darter.' 'Your son, perhaps T 'No, nor my son neetlier. 'Who, then, sir! not yourself I hope 'Xo, not myself, but somebody adorn sight more dHUeulL' And who uiuy that bcT A four year old mulo I bought t'other day front ('apt. Il.uubviglit. Learn him to draw, and dcm me if I don't out pewter and give you the tcjt hundred dollars you over, seeil 'Leave my study, Mr,' said Mr. A; 'you'ro. a b'ackgiiar.L' TliC scene closed by the countryman walk ing down stairs, while Mr. A. restored his cjuilibriam by closing the door with a slam. The poor man can sleep tranquilly upon a mat : but two kings can't live at case in a quarter of the worl.L It matters little thai yon have the worst pos sible temper by nature, if you have the stron gest possible control over it by philosophy. " Why, Tom, my dear fellow, how old you, look " " Dare say, Bob, for the fact is, nev er I was so old before in my life. There is a man in riroohlyu so knowing that people who don't know thcii own minds go to him foi information on the subject. Elderly unmarried ladies are considered by some persons the least enviable of all kinds of waiting maids f " 4 The question is often discussed whether, the savsges enjoy life. We suppose they do, as they always seem anxious to 4ake it when they get a chance. 1 ."And so you have married a Mr. Pennv,? said a gentleman to a lady of 4iis acquain tance. " Xo M r. Pfitrr."u Ah, you have done belter than I thon'uk" o .. Despise nothing because it seems weak. The flies and vqustts have done more hurt than ever the bears and lions did. -Tt,.c sun is every man's servant, working evcrj day ia the year for 1 m, and exacting no wages. ' A lecturer asserted that all bitter things were hot -Xo," suggested Drown, not a littticotA day A' ' There Is many a man whose tongue might govern multitudes, if he mnl-1 only govern his ton-nto. "'