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Dlock to MI iv ivi ICK lull in thu rli rm iji 1 I'm al nl on Holt until i t 111 II to t nihi i- ri II il Moral nt for th nt ot tt HOOD JH t Co -I Mi r At TOOK mil i in A N K I r ill V II CI u I retail Ji il i in MI I i A 41 I a FOT J hf THE Of On the downy pillow Lay a maiden wrapt in slumber Deeply sank her eyes dark lushes Hotly glowed her cheeks with purple Glittering on the chair beside Her Stood a richly polished chalice Flowers in tho cup wore Fragrant varied freshly gathered Sultry dampness hovering o'er her Spread throughout tho little chamber For tho summer shuns the coolness Closely wero the windows fastened Stillness and deepest Sudden a soft low whisper In the lowers through die Lightly rustles gently murmurs Finm the blooming cup were hanging forms und Garments wore like summer vapor Crowns and shields of were they From the rose's purple bosom Lightly leaps v midden Kinglets loosely round her with pearls like Jov drops From tho helmet of the the dark foliage Stopped of Sword and n Krom his a plume was nodding Silver grej of Heron's From tho lily swung a mindon veil IVHS thrown around her From the cup of hly flower a negro proudly bow uf color upon his tin ban Shining from the crown imperial a dauntless Frum tho dark blue Iris followed Close his well armed hunter warrior tho leaves of the M Leaped n youth with flushing On the bod to print hut kisses On the nml All the others whirling other in n ilou John HIS SPEECH Tha Cincinniiti Yesterday the Congressional Convention for the Thirteenth District in in i i 7 this was held at Shelby and thullon M a larSe and reduction John Sherman was unanimously ted tor Congress In response to his Mr Sherman said Republicans of this Congressional Dis- had again through them placed him under a sense of obligation that he could hud 110 words to express It is not merely that lor the fourth time they nominated him i Ann is their representative in Congress but that I of expended one s cue mat Even in the face of a determined fort of a Democratic Senate tho plc and most serviceable to the industrial Tlv of the country to the President Tvere disclosed of Como n it to at he recital of and the Other ginia stands 34 for Ufi Oen Comonfort former President of s now living with his family in N ig taken a house the annual estimates for tho nest year the s them to so that if the a House had been sanctioned by of crimes committed by tho very head of a head which was elevated to Proposes to build a France the power by United States t} 3 entire expenditure next year exclusively the public debt would each time their choice had been made with a warmth and unanimity that demanded and received his deepest gratitude I national and freedom sectional v James Buchanan gained and Brigham Young the Mormon Mogul had 21 children at the last accounts The census takers have placed the iou of Cincinnati at to the mean f JM tu tor all purposes other than the turn ho could only promise that if their were to is sanctioned by tho people 1 Why arc the law of the employed to elect him by a constant use of the same appliances to carry forward his Carolina measures the old man's hy The London Mar will be no ick and Johnson in not only their interests but so fur as he could the honor aud prosperity of the American people Since they met here two years ago tho party had assumed new Hitherto in national politics it hail been mainly an Opposition party It endeavored to make good its opposition to the extension of Slavery into tory It opposed as best it could a less corrupt and improvident i r t tion As an Opposition party it had been m eminently successful But during the last required it to assume an affirmed policy In the House of Representatives the Republicans formed much the strongest party in numbers unity slaves has still possession of all other ers of the Government except the House of Representatives It is because a President and a Democratic Senate have had the power to defeat each and all lie congratulated them upon the already made by the Republican party ant upon the prospect of success Contrast it now and as it was when the first mil organization but it had noc a majority of di It ha I to meet two distinct of American aud they were i watching each divided into numerous factions united baud of 1 i 1 i Common mill a onr Then it was but an earnest test against the extension of Slavery into free territory Now it is a compact ical in many a struggle as steel to its first having a definite policy as to every living political of the day Then it was jealous of each other other Now we brothers bound by a common history and a common hope Republican party is the only compact al organization of the day It is the only in msi lu Inn no 1 i tn in this i nt tn t All i nils in itii r li in the s l ii ill In- j nl i ill noon Vi with I l ITl I ii A tit II 1C til limit Tin 1 tu A 1 T Uh Mi urn lln Hi urn V ILi 1 Ilium Inn i J it tl an Miii from our earth bed Thou luist fiercely torn us So th il in We must pine and droop and perish O how wo were resting On the breast of our Where the bun's bright heralds resting Kissed us through our green il Whore the us II ting we m our slender s nil night like we rushing from our Dew and rain uoro round us Now u stagnant h us Hero ue but ore v e perish revenge bhall meet the song they the quiet With he former breathless Whispers low backward What n what a How the chocks arc the spirits upon hor Spirit breathing Spin scok the chamber they now a whitened phantom upon the pillow Hosts the of the sleeper Withered lower gone Still thoso cheeks art? glowing Host by thy faded sisters By whose poison thou hast perished natural adversaries tho Democratic Under this stale of facts i j i formal conference tho Republican P y Cnn a creed determined that there should be construction upon it in Speaker and a Republican i of Chicago of tho Committees or that the la a creed No man who factions opposed to them should be I ljo cheated by it Was it so to unite and take the cr y of an organisation upon themselves a party and Everett has hey would neither bin nor sell barter nor s Inform upon which all its can stand but so can everybody Ask thoso gentlemen about Slavery the tho Homestead and kindred id you lime at once the confusion of Babul How if with the Democratic They lud tho highest of a Us platform for four years has been a Delphic Oracle reading one way in the North and another in the South The the But this is not Gorged on James i Buchanan alone It is the of the R i- Ir and Mr Democratic party It was of the daily receipt of the party who forged six thousand j tW papers to elect Buchanan i M P which paper unless it be a few established heretics by its silence gnos its sanction to the corruption The whole South with all their boasted chivalry and honor sanction tho villainy and eagerly at the rewards reap in What have the various tees resulted in They have proved 1 he use of or to carry the Lecompton and English bills through o of that money from the Congress TT e United States Treasury under the I'll es of paying for prin The offer of ting 000 of the same kind of stealings to Col John W Forney if he would support the Buchanan tion The They had a future to look to j iis temporary success j The party selected its ate for Speaker and took its position afh Vith manly and dignified it y it against its unbroken and columa in vain They wore like tho French hikes all around thun with upon their ed and scolded like garrulous women All n the rule of order and form I Charleston and en Ki- in II e I'll Mnl b t M 7 1 11 li ITU i i 1 1 M Mill ii in r l h inf r I In t enti toall such lib f the Hook or for r street 1 NEWS V A is ii ul u sin Mill Tim a linn 1 ur ft I'M VI HARD AND Mu few thus tho meeting of the Chicago Convention a number of went down to to call on their nominee Tho correspondent of the Chicago Journal in noting the proceedings at Lincoln's house relates the following Tall Judge Kelly of was then presented by Mr to Mr Lincoln As they shook hands each eyed the other's ample proportions with genuine for once standing straight as an Indian and showing his tall form in all its dignity What is your heighth Mr Lincoln Six feet three what's yours Mr coln said the Judge in his round erate tone Six feet replied Lincoln said Judge Kelly vania bows to Illinois My dear man tor my heart has been aching for a dent that I could up to and I have found him at last in tho land whore we i thought there were none but little giants Judge S S N Fuller Judge of tho Eleventh circuit in this State is out in a two column article for Breckinridge We arc reliably informed that G W Judge of the circuit has also de- j for Breckinridge We says the Chicago crat that Cyrus II Mcformick editor and proprietor of the Chicago Herald is to be the Democratic candidate for Congress in that District the common a in your streets were disregarded by a Clerk holding over from the last Con- gress The vilest language of the was transferred to your Congressional re- cords A revolutionary combination was entered into to prevent a majority of the House from prescribing rules for its ment All expedients were ed an 1 assisted by Democratic tives from your own State They formed i league with secessionists South Americans and finally voted for an American elected in opposition to the party submitted with ex- patience to every of listened with pleasure to cule about the great body of our people But it was all in vain Whun it wan ascertained that a can organization might be I upon Jov Pennington ol New of tlie highest character who had steadily voted for the of the moment all preference or the pride of personal success every Representative voted for him He said with entire sincerity and they knew well enough to know whether he spoke truly or not that it n happy ment to him when ho could contribute to triumph of party by the voluntary surrender of a distinction of which any man might be proud He knew that some of them and many Republican members of Congress did wrong in withdrawing his name but he thought and ho knew he did right No man is of importance to stand lor a moment in the way of the success of a great cause like that of the Republican ty It was doubtful if the experiment would prove successful for some who promised faltered It was the decisive vote of a lant son of man of culture ability and man he would not ex- change for all the cringing Democrats that misrepresent the Northern States It was tho vote of Henry Winter Davis that deci- ded the struggle They had a Republican Speaker and a Republican majority on important Committee and what was the result Did war Did disunion Were any of the institutions of their or overthrown 2 Oh with pride to record made opened wide radical differences of opinion that they knew existed But even now the game of deception is continued They have on the same ticket Sovereignty and a Code for the legislation and the Scott and the African Slave and Johson Honest men are tired of this paltering in a double sense They something definite tnd frank bold and honest They have been deceived by two Democratic Administrations They are too much ia earnest to be deceived again How different is the position of the Re- publican party They present their ples in of light upon tho Re- publican banner They have chosen their and although other names were presented eminent for their services ability and patriotism yet nil about men were buried in the wam of the Convention at Chicago We are all for Lincoln and not because I we like them better than other Republicans but they are the chosen tives of our principles and in their own lives furnish a striking example of the re suits of Free labor and Free institutions They intend to elect them If they fail they will submit to the will of the people If succeed they would see that the will of the people is respected and obeyed It is sixty years since the can party under the head of Mr Jefferson made its first great struggle Under the same name with tho same with tho same trust in tho people with an un- shaken faith in tho doctrines of the ration of Independence we enter into this contest We believe that tho result of n victory will dissipate the sition of ail our adversaries except those who seek excuses to dissolve the Union most stupendous frauds in Live Oak contracts for the navy for the purpose ot enriching political favorites and ng 1 The fraudulent appointment of political favorites to tho office of Coal Agents which ho House has declared void That the Utah army was raised to force slavery into Kansas against the wishes of ho people The i existence of corrupt combinations of office holders to carry local elections use of public money to corrupt tho ballot box and to defeat the will of the people especially in the Philadelphia tom House and Navy Yard that Mr kor the Collector and his brother were directly guilty of thus using the public money tho entire intimacy existing between edge of and complicity with donation of to the Pei Death of Sam papers announce the death of Hon burton Chief Justice of Nova Scotia which occurred on the 10th The testimony on which Charles was committed to prison as the murderer of Mr Walton in New York recently was entirely inefficient Not a single witness identified as the murderer The Neapolitan steamer Corvette ux guns has gone over to Garibaldi Th like sum to the stealings of the sunn of money to no duties because by a Republican House of Representatives The petition of tho people of Kansas for admission as a Free State with a tion sanctioned by hor people was promptly aud favorably acted upon A liberal stead securing to every head of a family a portion of the public domain for cultivation was promptly sent to the Senate A ple provision of law to withhold the public lands for ten years from greed of soon after That stain upon the national honor the adulterous practice of polygamy in Utah was made a penal offense The of ico passed to please a Democratic holders and with these we have no compromise to make It is high time that wo ascertain their number and test tlieir strength We are all tired even our Douglas Democratic friends are tired of this constant threatening and whining about dissolving a ment they had controlled so long and can control no more Let the Republican party assume the ad- ministration of the Government with a fixed resolve to obey the Constitution in all give each and the people and a Argus from tin fund The ing of large men who performed they were political That per annum was given political favorites under the pretense Executive and this amount was in of real cost of the work done The forging of six thousand tion papers to carry the election in vania in 1850 and the franking of various parties by Democratic members of Congress The expending of large sums of money to organize a third party like the Bell and Everett to defeat Fremont Although these are only a portion of the villainies proved against the present cratic it should be sufficient to arouse the nation ono man against the party who only seek office for the sake of plunder WHAT A lady in the omnibus who has tho prettiest little hand in the world and who wears such a thick vail that he can't for the life of him toll whether hor face corresponds with steamers have been purchased for baldi in Liverpool and two bad sailed Poor up a is reported in New Hampshire that ex-President Pierce will take the stump in that State for and Lane Democratic for the and protection to slavery and the rights of all The Washington Star has information that Hon W A Richardson of 111 de- clares that as between the election of Breckinridge and Lincoln he prefers The triumph of the latter A with a Fiery The Douglas candidate for Vice President V Johnson is called Vesuvius Johnson on account of the fiery character of his disunion principles The London gossip says that Sir Edward has become reconciled to lis wife and that they are about to live again a buggy load of Breckinridge men in the State Perhaps not but there will be a sulky load of Douglas men after election The artesian well at Columbus Ohio is now feet deep and still boring in sandstone rock The expected supply of t0 water has not yet been reached We be- lieve this the deepest bore that ever has The man who knocks at for a little subscription his office dooi to help toward been made in this country General elections will take place on the first Monday in August in the following States Alabama Arkansas Kentucky Texas on the first Thursday and in Carolina ou tho second Thursday In New Jersey M journals supported Fremont 0 and 14 Buchanan Now 13 advocate the of Mr coln 2 that of Mr Boll 15 that of Mr Douglas and that of Mr Breckinridge Nineteen papers in the State of Illinois eleven of them in Egypt which have never before espoused have ed the Lincoln and flag Mr Henry C Carey and his Political Economy form the subject of an elaborate and highly commendatory in the one of the ablest periodicals of Gcr 11 any their full constitutional rights remembering however that this Government was made for free men and not for slaves Freedom is national and Slavery slaves under State laws are persons under the Constitution of the United States and not horses cattle and wild beasts Let it be true to its name its history and platform and you will find the day for dissolution will bo postponed awhile indefinitely and the most about Disunion will be begging office of Old Abe Lincoln In conclusion ho accepted the nomination and hoped to be able to meet them all in law barbarous counties before the canvass an inhuman waB ot rendering more I the practice of The Springfield Republican pronounces repealed in pursuance of the express power reserved to Congress by the act organizing New Mexico A careful prepared Revenue against who invent sins it says innocent until it was made sinful by fanatics did it m a way to the cent spreading the in foreign lands who by the way don't need it half so much as he The dear little creature at a party who asks as a particular favor to examine the pattern of his embroidered shirt bosom when ho knows that there is a button off and two gigantic rents under the bows of his silk The seedy gentleman who wants to row five dollars and is quite certain that he shall be able to repay the small loan in a very few days The exceedingly thoughtless acquaintance who unwittingly mentions to his wife the fact that such a sum of money has been lent without her knowledge of To have his wife suddenly out that the has somehow got lost when ho wants to out a little later than usual at a rail-splitting convention To be obliged to wear his old hat though he can't very well decline having just given his family a lecture on economy To have his wife discover the end of a cigar in his ooat pocket after he lias declared that he has not smoked in a twelve-month To be asked to hold the baby at a road station while its mamma gets her gage don't he wish he check that part of it in dimity and clothes To have the mamma forget to return un til the cars are just starting so that he in obliged to leap on board in very undignified haste and then to become aware that the sweet innocent has been amusing itself by sucking his cravat To hear himself pointed out in a crowd as that red-haired when he has been flattering himself that his looks are a beautiful auburn All these things he hates a perfect hatred and who blames him for it A groat panic is transpiring in London in the Leather and Hide Trade which of course greatly affects this At the date the amount of liabilities ot the tirms which had stopped payment in this State for last vour 1 London was little short of ejection of Breckinridge The Utica Herald says thai the strength if Douglas is in the hearts of the people We fear that it will never get out of into their votes Five hundred Democrats of every county in the State have a call for a and State Convention The Italian in New York become hopefully christianized and now hold regular Four more new Territories are asking be Idaho Arizona and Washoe But as they are likely to form free States they will be compelled to until Lincoln is elected The Doctrine of one man wants to enslave er man no third man shall interfere A noble income nobly expended is no common sight it is far easier a fortune like a knave than to expend it like a gentleman lien it is will address the State Convention Michigan cracy in favor of Breckinridge and Lane to whom he gives an enthusiastic support The Philadelphia News the old Whig which has the largest circulation of any paper in Pennsylvania comes out very emphatically for Lincoln The who have hitherto been the chief reliance of royalty in have been won over to the revolution hy the agents of Mazzini The have always determined the fate of Naples The Democratic State Convention of Maryland called for the purpose of mining the course of the party in its present exigency is to meet in Baltimore on the 9th of August The San Francisco Golden Era of June 17 announces the marriage of Mrs in that city We hate to hear a man say that ho takes no partin elections Those don't to tho polls are governed by those do P to currently reported that lion II C the candidate of the Democracy of in I
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