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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - August 16, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland                                AUGUST. 16th 1846..... ratic" Nominations. f (Mi i FOR THE ASSEMBLY, ,S BERRY, e we'it'stated in ioroelof our j-xchangfs thiTan apple tree.v time the present wfison. A gentleman of PATTERSOrr, >QBHswAy: i EDITOR TO HIS PATRONS. Jl- organ of the Democratic party of Alh-gany under our control, it Is but that, 'at starting out, we should its iX patrons as" to the nature of iho principles ,we profess and design advocating, and iho lineot generally we intend 'pursuing, during the it may beiur lot to act in the capacity of editor. We.'are not much given to boasting, but we deem it a duly we oxve to ourself, under 'the peculiar circumstances in which we are placed, that we consider out claims to being recog- is a'f RUK, OENUINK and to none, and that xve can boldly :athing to say aught dero- 'relentions to that title. Moreover, lo xvilhin a few weeks since, Mre.wue engaged in conducting the organ of the Democracy of iho neighboring county of 'erick, and lhat, as far as w e have been nosentimmt advanced by us in our editorial capa- 1 city whole of that period (an interval of up wards of six years) met the disapprobation oj- fmembcr of.'the .Democratic party uf v, t this Pbce azures urihat he has a Plumb 1 ree his 5aid that has produced the third Pet uf blossoms There i> LOW ripe fruit oa the tree, fruit half perfected, and hlpssotus. THE MT. SAVAGE TUU.S or CARS have Cum- berland every morning at about five a-rain by early hri-aUaRtrleave again at nme, and retam at four in the again on the arrival trainband rerun generally seven o'ehick in ihe cvining; thus affording ample opportunity to our citb-n. of -I- DEMOCRATIC COUNTY 'CONVENTION. Pursuant to Democratic Conveniion met at the Court House, :n CumberUnd, on Sat- urday the 9th of August 2 o'clock, P.M., urday for the purjNxw o four suitable Arsons availing themwUes of a jil.-a.int and of ttilnwainRiiiieiir the Iron Manufaclurii.s Malilislunou in the Union. grtiilenian inthiH place, about SUjeaw wliu'8 lla.''j' in amrtrueii.ni u'a machine which is pleased to call the Slrance. enough, ho U stron in the Belief that he wiH In we his tabk a lu represent A'lejiariy county in the next Gener al Assembly offtlaryland.and to appoint delegates to the ional convention to be held nt wn on the 21th, and delegates to iho convention to meet hi Baltimore on the S7th inst. On in.niun. BAPTIST MATTINGLY. loihephair, .lospil EVI.KSTI'SE. was apixiiiited Vice I'residmt. ami 'Human evk and .VeCtiJMi Secretaries. Tho Convention having been called to order by the President, on motion uf W. M. UOM.VUAT. it was That a committee of one from earh elertion ilisirin Iw appointed by the Chair to draft rules and fgii'alinns fur gorernmenl uf the >r depirtare.' are in favor of holders 'J bu firmnew li-mainly thf desire evtqced_ by the Penn-- iurf and future to main- tain ifoeircredit. The produce markets generally continue steady. with upward tendency MCXICO a'f RUK, c I have received a comunication rom friend, strongly rcprchendiiifllhe practicn which he says has obtained among youth of this place. of assembling at public and retail liijuor establishments at late houn' in tin- main, and I; .that county, Bon to heaso bad a ,to observe that tho held at the Market we consido; that we have rca- ourself somewhat upon our political and -'consistency. We have thought proper to say thus much of ourself and our pro- the supposition that it will ftHher to satisfy those who arc henceforth to be co-workers with us in the Democratic ;v. (to each and every one of whom, by the xvay, XVH roost cordially tender the right hand of fellow-1 we are not. easily to bo diverted from the plummet's linn, than all thn protestations or pledges we could make. We will up on this head, then, by saying that whilst we continue lo be the editor .of wo shall, wTth whatever ability we possess, advocate Ue- mocracy broadest and fullest CNADtJLTERATED BUT f i DEMOCRACT., f In discussing, such questions of public policy as may incidentally aribe, we shall pursue a manly and v independent out error wherever fjL' we'discover it. and exposing deception by whom- 'g, 'soever attempted to be practiced, perfectly regard. viour. We soiry to report of ihe youth of Cumberland, and hope utir coirespondcnt may be ir istaken. We tnuM decline publishing his communication, however, inasmuch as il contains personal alhuiont uf ton palpable a character. We are pleased Sunday afternoon meetings House aro attended, and that thn audiences demean themselves xvith great decorum. Several hundred names have already been secured to the temperance pledge, and among thorn several who were noted for their fondness for their, cups CO-Tho receipts of the Baltimore post office under ihe nexv laxv hive fallen off nearly 50 per cent., though, as is generally iho case in other citif and towns, tho number of letters has in- creased. Whereupon, the Chai' appointed the _ I'litlomen iMtiHiiittcc: W. M. Hnllyday.J. M. Sehley. .i. M. Price, James Heel. MUIM> W. II. Pallcr- M in, a u.'. .la.v.h who. alur having retir- ed :i Rhurt tune, reported ihe following rules, which were iinniiiiiunisly adopted by the Convention. 1. Each mid every delegate shall havn ihe privilege uf nominating in open cunveiitioii, such pvicou or pnwii- as Candidates for the House of ,-saiihe) may think proper, for the con n and aeli'in of this 2- When the randidalrs shall have been na- med in open Conxenum, the. delegates from several districts shall retire respectively lo them- sel ve, and cist" their hallow until 'ihey succeed in making a choice, of fourrandidaten. 3. Any four gentleman named as candidates ho shall a plurality of the ballots iho district, silnl! considered as the ehoie.i uf that district, and shall be presented as such in thn general Vtllot. Kach district represented in thi" convention Uiall have a voice equal u> lhat uf CiiiwWrland, which shall he considered as one vote in the goti- eral b.illot. 5. Any four gentlemen xvho shall rnceive thn hinhest number uf vouson llicfiisl general nollui, shall be considered the nominees of this Conven- tion. G. No district shall IMS entitled to more than a candidate From the JVrtr Orfaiiu Picayune, .lug. 5. Ily tiia arrival of the Mexican' Mhouner Relain. Ingu we have Vera Cruz dates up to the 2od sailing. the paspengers by the R. was Senor Ar- Vother uf lira Mexican Co-isul here, and Mr'Mackav, an American. Tbo latter brought despatches for the Hon. Mr. IHrfiamn fro.n Mr. U. S. Consul at Vera which xvere bent en Washington yewrday hy War against the United Mat's had not been declared when the Relampago aailml. It was expected that the mail xvhich irnved the previ- ous day xvotild bring the intelliiCnce. but if it did it had not publicly transpired lat era Cruz. Tint it must lw declared, hoxvevn. was the sen- eral opinion, and we leam verballj that the Gov- of Mexico is making atreiwias exertions m to carry it on. Vera as said to be very htalthy. AH re.'1-iU a declaration of the part of miuds nothing seem mo-e proba- blo SARCASM had a cat which he and ---j- replied deiirrdatioiw of her tender foot break ng the tops of interest got the better of Ins afTectiGU for ordered his apprentice to tie her in a bag and carry her hMf a mile fmiu home, and then turn her Win the street. The expedient did not succeed; the cat was home as soon as the DOT. thounhthn experiment was often i.-peated, atid the distance of her removal greatly One day, upon seeing the cat unexpectedly return home, the poor pstry cook, who haua txveniy >ears standing in the court of chancery, said. "1 wish I'could get her in chancery; I im sure she xvould mver get outof lhat place. The apprentice hearing master ami provoked lhat his former attempts hut q-ife femtrant of the wit -of his master, instantly selulf with ihe cat into Lincoln s Inn HaU. and turned her adrift. The cat, xvho found the court as full of lawyera her shop of :arU. ran like a mad 1CU finite credit to whom ia a W J. teenyearaofjP-rAyoaiir not last, I. was from side to side of the court, and at length over'.the Chancellor's lap. threw down his disordered his notes, and created so much ennfu sion in the court, that dr a time it put a stop to all pleadings; till at length the Chao-t-llor, wit i ore warmth lhan became a man in his .high the ifoiirl tn turn made an effort ta-fXln- hw If xlie clpnched her fast. She was unable to do to, and both about drowced. when they wer. hap. pilv by me laboring m.n ncar.bj We saw of honesty, yesterday, Bniokljn omnibns drifer. who Jess of consequences to ourself. We it lo be distinctly understood, however, that if-it ebould for us, in the dis- charge of animadvert ujxjn ihe ron- opponents, -wo shall confine i cntcrpribiiiKconductnraofthe naltitnortt ttepuliliran have improved the Hp of their paper. We congratulate ihuni on the change, and cordially hope lhat thny xvill he pmpcrly rcmiineratet; for their labors and expen- one no-nnee, un final Inllotling, JS for the Iliinse uf deleations uf the different districts retir- to ballot fur candidates for tho House of Dele- gales, and after easting iho ballots uf their districts, relumed to the Convention with ihe vote of each. Whereupon thn Chair nppninied P. Roman Sti-ck and II. lellcn, ami couiit- tng iho ballots il appeared :hal the following gen- tluuien were as the Democratic candi- the next ses. COUNTY The Uetnccratic Convention which assembled at Tow- son Town on Saturday last, made thn following nominations Kcr the llouso James Carroll. Jr., Nathan OIIT- iiol HtyiiigM or allusions to characters or affairs; and if at any be'led through misinformation or otherwise, to iTo injustice to any of our felloxv men may to be circumstanced, it afford Upon full rid satisfactory to rectify whatever may havo been id or done amiss. it will 'necessarily be our especial aim to render the "Alleganian" asable and efficient exponent of political principles xve profess of Delegates- Ware. John H. Holmes, Thomas Hall, and Levi K. Howen. For Sellmtn Cox- For Commission. Juhu Hums, Richard Herbert and Joshua llmchins. dales to represent Alleuany uuinty Genc'al of Maryland .Icrcniinli Herry, .loh 11 Iff. Sciilcy, J. II. Thn Chair appointed the folloxving gentlemen to represent Alleira'iy County in the Congressional Convention to be held at llagerstoxvn on the l-ltli: fjrj-It is pnijioseil in the Cnnvonlinn now in pension in Texas, lo make two Slates of that trr ast ofjhe ver ihe dividing line, (running up tho main lurk and ihcnce duo norlh to tho Red Hit er) leaving the Sutei'f Texas on the East, ami AUSTIN on the West, uf that river. The population of both the proper Slates of Texas and .Austin, if Jhe Hra- zos line is adopted, is said to be equal to the con- Htitutional rcquiroment. >i-j'- as practicable, we shall at the same time em'cavor ?.f, to make interesting and, acceptable family 'paper, by keeping its readers regularly posted wi th, regard'to t KB current local and general nexx-s the times', and furr.ishinj: as large an amount of literary and miscellaneous matter as possi- It may be pmpei to add here also that xve ex- gg-f receive shortly a supply of nexv type, which enable us greatly -to improve the appearance the paper. remark in conclusion, for the infn'rmaiion made arrange- .whereby, we will be enabled to execute FjChAmong all the signers of ihe convention fur annexation, thete is but ono native of Texas, and one of England. All the rest, with fexv excep- tions, nre frcm the South and West. lands belonging to the estate of John Randolph, of Va are t bu sold at auc- tion in OctoScr, numbering about acres, and very valuable. D. Blncher, S. Cessna, J. T. Hoblilzell. Jonathan Huddleson. Wm.O. Spring, of J. .lacub Reel, John Black, ll-fman fateck. Patrick llnmmill. Robert McKinley, John Neff. James Kitzpatrick. John Swan. Jeremiah Kerry, W. T. Peterman, Joseph Spiigg, N. I'. Uarncs, Moses Raxvlings, AmorS. McNamce, John T. Vroinan, James M. Schley, John H. Patterson, Francis Dean. M. Huchnnan, Peter Yeast, John II. Weidtter, John Daniels, Henry ITpton Dr. JameR Porter, Meshack Uruxvning, Jacob FectiJT, W. M. Hollyuay, Roberi Johnson, following abstract of ihe articles ett.lM-lipd in ihe" Bill of Rights" at present un- der coiisideration in the Texan Convention may not uuinteresting: 3d'.'No religious test Jiall as a qualification to any office of public trust under thn Stite. lath. No bili of attainder, ex jwlfttcto laxv, ur any laxv impairing the obligation of contracts, s'tall made, nor vested be un- Ifss for purposes of public uiility, and fur adequate cminK-nsation previously made. "14th. No person shall ever be imprisoneil for debt. 19th. Perpotuilics or monorxihes arc contrary to tln> genius of a government, and shall ne- ver bo allowed; nor shall the laxv of primogjni- ur entailmenl ever be in force in xlns State. In the Kxecutive Department" ibe 1st scn- tionsavs that" The supreme executive power of this State shall be ve-ued in a Chief Magistrate, xvho shall be styled a Governor of the State of 4. The Governor shall his office for thn term of four years from the his in- stallation, and uniil his successor shall be duly qualified, but shall not be elegible for more than lour vears in any term uf eighl years j he shall at least thirty years of ago, shall be a native riiizen of the United Stales, or a ciuzun of the State of Texas at the time of the adoption of this CoustUuii'in" Tho 5th section of that part of the Constitution hiving reference to the "Judiciary" department ofthe'Staleisaafolloxvs: "The Governor shall nominate, anil xvith ihe advice and consent of two-thirds of the Senate, shal! appoint the Judges uf the Supreme and District Courts." The editor of the Civilian is of the opinion that this Section will become a law, thus taking ihe election of the Judges from the of the o 1st Fcrtioti of ihe Legislative Depart- imnt" provides tlut eveiy free while male citi 7A-n of the United States, who shall love resided in Texas one year preceding an election, and the last six months in UIH county or town in which he offers to vote, shall lw a qualified elector. ans not taxed, and Africans and more warmth lhan became station, (but he had n naiural antipathy to asled who had brought the eat among The poor boy. who had waited to see how puss conducted hethclf, M terrifie.1 that he thought it best to confess, and accordingly told the Chan- cellor that his master had wtten sent him out to lose tho cat, but she constantly returned, and hearing his master say that morning if.he could restored her lost Giand over "VB Pleee inci which a carman hid. picked up. nao jnsi i the carman asked him what ,r i err. was the hoc oo-' j i lied the bo. W hat a five while honest man. Ye-et, "Then, then." said the man. real pleasure lit up his broad brown he put the coin the urchin's court of chancery he sure t out again, he in obedi- the cat into the she would never get ence to his master's wish, though ntit his orders. turned her out among them. The Chancellor man or humor, and upon inquiring the name hand, crJ- took tho pney, put his finger to his nose a la coffee exclaimed an he hopped away >'ou a cr l'ie Ctcenrst! I ycu pick o that ere JV, T. Tribune' Mr.' n-O? French, Moose of estimatcn that tho was a uf the pastry cook, he found he xvas plaintiff in a caso uf long standing. (Pasti against Puff.) which he immediately ordered to be set down hear- ing and it happened that he decreed in favor of Paste; though the whole counsel uere mous fur Puff. chappie to the members of Congress, under the new 'wt office law, will be over diiriii'' thnext A Ron ONt. A correspondent of "tho New York Spit of the Times" relates the snce, a undertook Njrth Carolina Lawyer, lo convince a.Methodist of most important discovery iH manufacture of iron has beenjmade at Troy. N. i The west side of Lake Chtmplain aboumU in magnetic ore from which the new iron is made in futnaco xvith only one heat. The result is a soft malleable iron, capable uf being draxvn into the smallest wires. It is obtained by a process of deoxodising the iron, for which pro- cess a patent has been secured hy the inventor. Tlit? cheapness and facility wilh which iron can thus be'pnnlticed nrakes it one of the fust inventions of the age, LOOKOUT rou POISOSKU is xvcll knoxvn lhat near half a million dollars wr.rth of tea xvas in one oft ho buildings Uroad way. de- stroyed by the late gn-at fue. Tea is knuxvn to bean incombustible substance, at least ii has prov- ed so in Ihe present instance. Thousands of boxes xvere crushed nnd broken xxilh tho fall of the building, and xve perceived that lea [u is black is now being shovelled together and packed in large rough board boxes. if it were intended to sold and lined. Noxv. it is xvell known thai there is an inside covering of sheet lead to ihe boxpsm xvhich ihts article is imported, and thai lead, if subject to the action of any acid, cleeom and at once a deadly chance this union of acids and lead took place. in the course of the general destruction in xvhich the bu'ihlinjr XX-.IB involved, the runtentR of the boxes must hive been efiVe.twl by it and of conse- quence ought to be placrd beyond the r.-ich m any body xvho xx-otild be likely to use 1 vet f preachetfsomo celebrity, that lus manner of irearhin. in threatening'his auditors with iinlioii, iiijudicions; and that arguments and r nortaws of a milder chiractrr would be vnore After listining patiently, the preaeh- IT friend, you mistaken. Sin is like: may exhort, admonish, e- ven kichim.and he will not move., but merely draws It head within hi" shell.and your lab-iris place a if fire on his back, he is the ui tide. ST. be etecied in Si Louis season There thirtj-hrickyardsi fcy-General Almonte, lain Mexican miuisie'r it Washington, has been appointed Secietaty of War of ihe Republic ufMexico., Work; such as handbills, in ajtyle equal to any dune in 'ho east- that as we have every very considerable increase to our TALIIOT COUMT. Tho -Democrats uf this county have nominated for the House of Dele- F. Thomas, Benjamin Bow die and Spedden large list of subscribers, we are convinced j cannot fail to find their account in hav- ine their advertisements'insetted in our columns. THE havo had, du- ring tho past week, some must delightful and re- freshing showers in this scction.which have doubt- materially benefited the growing corn irop COCKTT CONVENTION. met ifi'ithif place on Saturday last, was well an tfnusually large mim of before the Convcn- circumstance, we Still, thc-ecan bo no doubt that the yield will fall far average standard, and in some por- tions uf thn county. It is believed, it v ill nola- niiunl to halfn rrnp.' linfcr thit.tho The ticket willbe found at the head of our team." From Democracy are confident of success can learn; we are satisfied it is only to gi tt _ f t. _ _ >_ triumphant theni.dctetniine do' it. ,C i w RIOIIT! rusn ON THE are pleased to ubMjrvo that the Democrats of old Fridcrjck have rf sol veil to their On motion, by James M. Schley, the following "ciitlemen xveto appointed delegates to the Re form Convention lo held in Haltirnore un the 27th August, Sands Kell, Daniel Hlocher, Jim. M. Buchanan, Jno. M. Carlton and G. S, Marsh. The following gentlemen xx'crt; appointed the Central and Committee for AHc- gany count) during the Hloch- er, Jscob Wickard, John Z. Vroman, W. M. llullyday. Christian Rriiinger, Joseph Byrne, Henry J. McNamce, Jamos Smith and Joseph 11 On motion, the proceedings xvere lo be signed by iho itfficor.s and piiblishci Ihe Alle- ganian. And on motion, an adjournment had. HAI'TIST MATTINGLY. JOSKPH F.VERSTINE, V.l'rcst. JOHN McCcLLon, e r Secretaries. P. ROMAN SBVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE- ARRIVAL, or THK GREAT 'BRITAIN. The steamer Great Britain. Capt. Iloskens, ar- rived at New York on Sunday last, at half past Ihree o'clock, in fifteen days from Liverpool, hav- ing loft lhat port on the 2Gth ult. She brought London dates to ihe 2.1th, Lix-crpiMil tntlic2uih. The not exciting, is Cotton its price, vith large rales, and there xvas a general conviction that ihe lowest p-iini had been rencht-d. nnd honccforlh the chango xvnnld bo in favoruf the sellers, if any. Provisions, too. .xvcro were-some expectations-of No minister of the gcspel or priest shall be a men.ber of the General Assembly. The first elpclion to 1m held on tho nrst following day in November, 18 Ib. and the election shall be held on the same in November every two vears thereafter. The Galveston Civilian says that it appears tnbeunderstcwd thata majority ofllm members ol the Convention are in favut of irserting a clause in the Constitution to prevent hanLs.' one thousand Louis the preset-1' _ in operation; andTh number of bricks" manufactured this sum, mer ull. it i" said, forty-five-millions, vet lit demand at this time is greater than tha supphVl'lio jxipulaiion is now more than forty and the nexv hnupesrf the present year, xvhiclnxill all be filled before next April; will make join for an addition of six or thou- sand. Si or A following instance ofsaacity in a xvhich displayed itself on :he occasm of a fire in Albany a few days ago, re- laledij thtf Argus of lhat spirited, sa- oacins dog, that has, attached herself to Engine seen, xxhils the giving endeavoring tn xvastivT waieTfrom ihe hose, wimetitnes by pla- mnnUr mniilh and then her paws upon thn leakl ufforls xx ere by hun-i AMERICAN TO An says that it appears from a tabular statement in a London paper, that different States of our Union owe for money boirowed in Great Britain alone, no less than En- "land owes in different European countries about mrrespotident uf the St. Gazette illalstltP Allowing well deser.yqd, blow xvhere, perhaps, it will only induce that the bloxv is dest-rved, without a singje that the remark deserves the "I xvould not iptimate.iliat should enter into conversation xviih need not xvear that terriblu stiff, Buckram lix'ik. as'if she xvere afraid some stranger I should as soon think of patting'1, the head rattlesnake, or kissing an alligator; as addressing her'xvbpn looking thus. Many" our travellinir Nirthern Wisconsin is fasi filling up at the Green Bar Office fiir the meat of June. 55; those for the quar- Ver.inount to over i tO.OOO. Full nine-tenths of thehnd is already occupied im- torThcr the great' reform movement, .They meet to day for the uf appointing: dclo- to the Baltimore Jleform Convtntiun. tain a govtrtiinent D EMOCB ATS or ALL to ANT, you will be call? d in another struggle with rar wily adversaries. YJU have a derp in the'icsuit of that struggle. Bf sides the -te ticket, a" of Congress is to be j, are not pcrlcct'y wide axvake, opponents may serve you as they did at the Ceftgretsional election. Set about the work of about it in that, when the day of battle shall ar- be able'to present lo the enemy and run if 'Lit y on r HHI t to be'' Harmony and scarcity and an advance. Karl Grey, father of the Reform ears Prime Minintcr, died at y Act. and for his residence.. AMEHICi personage, who made so sUtnuaws an effort some years ago to oh- prnsiuii or crani of land or money from tilts iment, on the ground that slie xx'as descen- ded fr'im Amerigo Vespucci, circulated, for a time, in the best society at Washington. Her name having been recently put before the public, .the M-irning News tolls this story ol her original mtrodiicliuii into society nt'Washington: _ was M. de Pontoia, the then French Minis Jer, xx ho introduced .her into our society almnst officially; the lady having'bccn penl'out frum his was afterwards tgenerally reported, lo put an end to the influence of her fascinations upon tie young Cuke of Orleans. heir appar- ent to throne. The French Minister bfhsved shamefully in this respect, acquainted as he could not havo been xxilh tho truth, of the case j and' it was only his own return Jo" France (xvhich hap- pened to follow immediately after this occuirerce) that saved him1 from beinjr. in 'disgraco from by President.Van Buren, for .t a Hewick llrill, on iho 17th. njred Viscnunt Canterbury seventeen years Spea- ker of the house of L'uiiiiinm.s Mr. Manvers button.) diction the 20th. 6G. In Parliament, them havn1 been two or three personal brushes, but proceedings of Mr. Kwart moved a repeal thediU'es on Butlnr and Cheese, which was Peel, nnd defeated. A has been had, but led to no result. A bill to en- able the Jews to hold cr rt-im offices will probably democrats are no doubt victorious in this Slate, catling a majority of both branches of the Legislature, which chmees a U.S. Senator, and1 also a majority of the len The; following members aro elecled .iy the returns received, viz: -Id dis- t.ict.T. J. Ilenly. dem. 3d, T Smith, dem. 4th, C. H. Smith, whig, oth Wick. dem. i th, K.W. McGaughey, Ihere is no'hiiic deci-ive from IL D. Owens' 'district. The del egation.will probably democrats to thren whigs. district. Lynn Bowl. dem.. c lected without opposition. Henry Grider whw -7th W. whig, elected by about 400. 8lh, Garrctt Davis, whig, elected by a largo majority. 9ih. Judge ranch. dom..e- lecled. lOth.J. TibtoM. detn.. elected by 121 majority. ilophtful in the Gih dis- Carolina. The following Congressmen are ascertained to bo elected in thissUle. 34dis- trictD. S.Reid, dem.y 4th, J. NVorth, whig. 5th J. C nohbin, dem.; Gth. J. J. McKay, i em. (Jth, J. H. J. Daniel, dem. 9th. Ara Bigcs, dem. No pirsiiivc'returns front the other districts. Democrats "of county have nominated Jacob Grnrn. t-rorge Manro, Martin Krotf and payidllape for the I louse of Delegates. .'_ little trratitude for1 personal are frigid, and even return of thanks, lhat a man feels provoked'for hiving taken any pains to be polite at A SHAKING ajankee finds himself "sot down" in'a western country, he thinKS of liute else, for a year or two, but the ague and fever. One who lately found himself on ihfi banks of the Matimee. xvrotea long letter hum, from which we extract the i bless the F.ver in tho of ministering to the at the earliest "tn the sepulchre! They ne'er erred but once, and if that Tror had been at a later' period of the yenrs of bright and lovely deeds the Accti VJi'z Spirit had carried the offence Cuncervin '-i (O-Thn Nexv York Jeffersuniah saya .that the rtfipts at the Nexv York post office during the" bt month, have been only about hit ihe amount received in the preerding month Kider the old law. This is not a greater- falling receipts than was anticipated -at the 'com- afncoment of the cheap postage system. Along the llat. sickly looking shore of this river, one almost sees the fever and ague, or the Txz Ar.T or the price chills, xvith fiery eyes and feverish cheeks, otSf this: articlol" inquired a deaf old lady. mn ahilliriira." thn flraner. i "Seven said the draper. the palliu naggaru counienancc, wim ciiaui-roig --aeven sniinngs, sam 100 teeth and shaking rattling in thei> shillings socket-, and currents of life froztn yiu thirteen." J staring its victim in the face, and crying SHAKE, "Srccn replied the honest traaes- siiAtcn. And ono half of tho inhattitants, at least.msn "is the price of the present in their velluxv ami cadave'rinis cheeks, wron the old lady sharply and dull the very pcrsonfication of ibe Ml ions fever and kindred cumplamis. In fact, dut ing this month and nest, one half or more residents uf the western world may be ses a botile of wine and quinine in one pocket, andfe the other a box of calomel they by grains, but tho table spoonful." folloxving advertisement a ppcared, it i sail1, in a piper printed "axvay doxvn whet the genini of iho .'Ararigtiti, that wtmid close his J.H.- the tjiiw offered, m.-t alono to all the can rfcmale society at WaMilngton. but tho Hi bo- Constantinople. 'American people.' M. de cafne this F rench V'helhHrhisdeparfure from Washington at that pariievtaf time or" we 'do not know. was at ..least a fortnnale coincidenco remainrd a little longer, i been altogethrr (vnlunury resisted by Sir -Robert on New Zealand O'Cunnell is about' tn retire to Dcrryn.ine. xvhero he propose ofi'tipy himself d it ring She recess wilh tho details various measures for carrying out his vioxxv." The siato of Ireland is to say aLitming. The revolt of the inhabitants uf Crotia has sub- sided uf itself. There has been a terriWc cnnflagration atSmyr- na- trade is improving.' Itish pnt- ter advanced nearly SU. on must desctiptions. This is caused tnlwimfl ex'teni hy thn market ing bare of American stock. New Cheshire nilfs Masicrs vill ploise observe tJie folloxv- inr extract from thij Post Office Law: will not alloxv ncxvupat pen to be read in ijieoffiees, hy persons to whom aro no: nor lend out to such, in any case, without Ihe permission of the'oxvners. G3-Under the 'postage law, eircnlars must bo marked upon outside xvith ihe word "cir- or they will be charged letter postage. REFORM." No'one will our State Constitution is like .every thing else formed by human accncy, it contains many defects, aud'wo think the whole people, without distinction of party. xvouM be gratified in see anv of those do- fecis [Hag is dmpla> ml in ihe" invention of horn gun-flin and wooden Wn republiRh it as a hit to those, il there aie anyj xvho arc embraced in 3 category hereabouts One hundred and seventy fie yuuisg men uf all shapes nnd "sizes, fiom the U, grareful dandy xvith hair enough on his BJW works tu stuff a barber's riishinn, down to thwt- tic humpbacked, freckle-laced. rol-licadcd tipstari. The object-is to form typ- p'aprr} ing Corps, to ba in attendance at or each Sabbath before the commencement i vine service to stare at the females en- ter nnd makn delicate and gentlemanly marks upon their persons and dress. All will pta ap- pear at ihe various .church dnots on nexlftbath morning, where they xvill he duly and their names personal ippeiranre ainl ,qnaiy of braini registered in a book kept f.ir that jrpnse, and puhliahedin llm' a ng are o Amercan stoc. ew es from 5Gs. ]xir cxu., accotding to iiuality.; market is quiet. Pig Iron is at 60s'., In Wales. Bar 10, In Stafford phire district, matins icma'mufatly an r'" crfdit cnableH to spend fjO-The cmlit enables ilronc half a cmwn out of sixpence a' day, a the sixpe'ncc. and borrow the sixpence. thft last steamer left 'them. n usi Hieainri American securities -to IOOK 1 he nf stocky hich the laM slrnmtr csriifd than Lutky vVeiwpnper publisher in France says he cannot mow sub- scriptions, for his HP now Fends nut and he cannot mail an; more. He promises, hnw. that Bhontd any t vacancies hfl general it wilUc xvell to state.ti. wi'lbe enlislfcd who r-osjess intellectual pciii's above that of an ordinary well bred t, CMURCIIBS'IN iS'sw in Doffgetl's City" Directory, that themo PV churches and places fur public tint city.of which 26 are Prulwtant. Presbyterian, 24 Methodist Eptscopa 22 PL list, 16 Roman, Catholic, 15 DuUthRffi.rri 8 Jewish, 8 African, 5 A ate Reformed will list wh'o first place list >repair4 fur ihe purpose? ,This fs 'quite encour- replied; give you (amount of lolls received on all thecanals of the State of New York.during the fourth week in July, total furri received u? lothe first of August was mote than has been received during any year f x- cept thn labtyear, when the amount reached w principlo is tho AVI, t. V A f ir- All'nlncatioti, thoreforel which'ts cortdiicted respctive of. this, is but .the erection ofoutwotka to btsiego the strong-holds of virtue. Lois steamboat'Fawn was burned isvillj last xvcek.' xvhilrtt lying at avwharf.t Lo insurance 1 POSTSCRIPTS i t', T, FRIHAT Ef ENINO, 'i WchtTc'jnst parted with Hagprstowr. after the rising of-the CpngrewioTial who informed lis that couimr, received the nmnination the vote standing v -i-. -K n' I V Onr infoimantstates reaolution was adopted by. the e nomination unanimbuB.- Connected with thmjin i gr-'gatiotis are SO moral and syri E r upon the judicioim selectionthat f 1 -4 rJ.. :.u V O'l is Ni-M'SPAPFRl   

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