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   Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 15, 1854, Hamilton, Ohio                                THE HAMILTON TELEGKAPH, ruBuaittti r.vcur TUKSUAT uonxisu cr DARK EH McCORMICK, AT TUP. FOLLOWING UATT.S ASD TKUMi: I'alJwithintlillt) Alier itiirlj- days, ami xrlthln tlie year. a W) Alter ilia year, 3 HI who iln :n. give nt.rrm nolire to tlie contrary arc as wishing tucuii- linuc their II nulxcnbtra order the dn-eontinuanrr of their tlie imtitislwr may culilinuo tu n-nd tli'tu until paid. If mWriUrs n-luMj nrctrei to tliu oilier n> u Inch uVy are dim-ted. lliryornluM 'I" tli.l thu l.ill.mid nnlirtd III? r uitlumt la llio turn tin- ami iho are Mii er iliii-ctiiin. arehcM mutt J'UBLlSlfED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING; OFFICE ON JSASIN STREET, SOOTH SIDE, UETWEEN KQUAI. AM. OK ST.VTI-: 01: 01: I-OMTIOAI.- ESTABLrSHED A. D. 1814. 71 y Home in [IVr thu Ttlrurapb Wild. cr u. 11. cue. Jtv hoinii'ii.iii the prw-n vixnl wild, Vrutn the uf life away. U'hca- fnre-t k-su-s inild, At thu ushering in of Jar. Where the mountain nnh U' lu but when our physician said it would b for ona of hU Beiuitive tuttin) to live In such seclusion; that thu iutcrcit of lilting tip tha old pUre, ami tho out-of-door life ho would thin lead might br.ieu up feeblo frame, and add tu existence, 1 op. it no longer. "My brother did not atone through tho deep xvatcH of dUapjiolntment. Though ho it not, 1 too had been a rheriiheil dream, xchich nnut now bu bid aiide. 1 ha.l listened to tho of a char- mer, and, hid my bi-other succeeded in uin- niti- the object of bin choice, I nhotild felt free to marry, too; but now the path of duty only plain. If it had It-en tho end and aim of my to lighten mx- pathway l.eforu tho kludoxv f.ilb'ii it, hoiv much moru now! "My funning a nexv tio xvould h nited for my home xvould then, of hlty, haxe In-en in the sn-at xxorld, and my brother felt that hu could t.ot live Ni mutt fXiHiricDco, shu remuked tlmt Kimctinies proved xcry for society, and as t-heVjioke, her own- A thousand Of dn-ainy ami untroubled Whi'ii I tta.yoiiiiir.atid nnlLixl xnili Health j wandered in the direction And Hupo among thu hills and fives. 'of an open door." Poll MIHS nn the rn-nllii-; dixir. Within, the mould tin ir nests The tlimr is Mreiin xrith rus-n-t h-.ixirs. And untie the xxtl t Mill, far from the and clash (If tin-ijrrr.t Jly fancy lik'e n him Uv. this rude lu-int ufnir.il Asaiu I ijualT this I reath of iimrii. Jti-t 'muni; tliellame-tiptli And li-t tin- MHiy uf rarly liirds. And the wild glee of liraxvling Or. niti-itii: 'ncntli the littice porch, OVr lhaU-hed xx ith richly hliu-oturd v 1 hear the distant Orhiwinguf xrill pa-iturvd kine. Thin cinni-s uur Kbirian Inn 1-cwil. With -prite lite grace, To bUss me nilh lii-rcimxi-rM' sxxti-t. And inrfi-ctlily fa-hinm-il focr. And arm in ami ailu-.rn the Line. Jhtxvtt'li old dil-ky liinlrn We fiunlly k'niiig 1'rueliini the day'it tranipiil ihm O xvhcn giien In tfi-nileau-l AnMilian calm; When 1 xxas nui-k Coiittiitiiii-nt'M And filt her ki.nlly soothing balm. When for rny thirst ilrr-tr her trine. iv that the adjoining room was fitted tip ns 1 a library. The Uothic boot; tilled with choice literature, the rich crimson lounge and arm chair', the (lowers in the windows, and the bird cages just outside, made the so charming that 1 did not xvondcr she never cared to visit the neighboring farm- where in.inim.ile thing-, a-s well ns persons, rpokc only of the sordid, working' day xvorld._ Kvery'thing was in the meed or ,der, not primly and old maiduhly arranged. j but seeming as if placed in just the spot most i favorable fur use and enjoyment. The toilet {of my luutesj, hid she been in the ,city, could not havo been in moie bocoming j i le, or iu purer taste; her biMtitiful curU, to the country peojile one of the ex idences of her pride, xvere as and luxuriant as those uf a xoiing girl." I'.ut her greatest ch.irm lay in her conversational jKiuerj. 1 can only i.iy that they f.iscin ileil me. When 1 rose logo, my hostess kindly as- sured me that my xWt had given her plen- nre, and urged me tu repeat it often. From th.it time, whenever I it.u4 out fur a morning ride, my horse's feet xx ere pretty sure to tread the green turf of Alton's hwn before Jits heid xvas turned homeward. And. in J one of our interview she gaxe me the fol- i lowing of her life: j "I er; of my father I have oldv a dim rcmcm- J rjjiw hew xiith him. and rquid for xih.it 1 endured, by him groxv ed to and ex en "For ten x ean thu uatottr happy liomi1, and during that time my brother outin> to the xxorldiximu which xvill live er thill he did. lie died, that hu had accomplitla-il living for. and looking with nnclonded faith to Him xx ho 'U thu resurrection and the life'.' '.Mv he Mid, '.urn h.ue been me; without xour loxuand xoiir to lean upon, liow dexdatu mx life txonhl luxe U'cti! 31 jy liod bless jou, exi-n "lUtt, Alton, xibvimt return to soci- ety now I asked after a pause. "At my >lu> h iid ith a >mile. "h ib- it truly become fcrnuid nature; and, af- ter ko niany of neclinion, nianneM xxell as iia-linatiotiH unlit mi; fur in thu xxorld with and ple.i-.tire. Ut-.-iiK-'. suittll fora Miiailerfur: A brought an action ron lltithichllil, xvhich tho millionairii MIC rcHfitlly resisted by pleading the itatuto Hut thin, even, surpassed thu following which we find related it the l.ixerjiool "The 'glorious of the law jwierbial, Jiulancu uf which oc curred the other day in the roitntv court o MarylcUinc, wheru an unfortunate tailoi sought lo recover tho sum ofXU for furnished to an ingenious customer. Tail, ow, more, perhaps, than any other class o tradesmen, are tho xictims'of knavery, at the mercy of accomplished win ply their calling morufirevtivulv when thcx haxe :i xvelbmade (tut on tlieir lucks, xxhich hasnever been paid lor. in the c.ue to xxhichxve refer, the unfortunate tailor im- agined, no doubt, that he ha I 'grounds of ac- he the order and dt lixered the Poor mixguided man! Me knew nothing of the working of th.it constitution' under which' he lixcs of the of statutes, every one of which, by u lictioii of law. he is preMimcd to IK.' ac ju.iinted with. When lie had proved hU e-ise, ns he foolishly sui he was the l.iud of fmttiiv w htch he had jilaced on tho garments fer haxe taken place leftMtciety, that to K" back and notu them, xvould nuke me feel mvlonelinetsnuiruthan ever." "ISllt ivlirru ii tho p-ntleniali once I xi-.xj afraid to linish the thu amount of xxhich hunted. answer- ed without hesitation. 'dulli The tidgu eyed thf lawyer xxith Mir- 'I'rjy, nh.it Mich a" lo do with thu case'." 'Very much.' xxas tlm jK-rt ti-joinder, '.u I sh ill and aecoruingly thu learned gentti-man, to the aitonithment of exery certainly to the astonMimunt of tho :infortnn.itu t.iilor m to quote acts of William the Third, Anne, and at-tiof iieorgu thu gix ing in each chapter and xerse xxith tho most cool and precision, prox ing th.it the making of Vloth U.U decidedly illegal, and that thu unhappy pl.iintilf, MI far from being in a to recou-r lii erge. camlets, or druggets, or any A Auvat In the year 16OI, when Treble, Con modnro of thu American squadron in th Mediterranean, was gaining a glory bcfur alike for himself, an nnd for his country, Lieutenant Com tiumhnt had cumman under him, of thu a schooner of 1 ing the Bcvcr.il which had viously occurred w ith thu enemy, olliec had great bravery t-ommandero unlxiat No. 1 and iioix- to th tHitumodoro that a happy result might lily In obtained by conv'crting thu ketch In trepid, a raptnreil craft of about 73 thu identiV.iI xesjcl xvith which tho g.illan Oecatnre had Ixurdcd, recapltired aud burn thu frigate intuaftreuhipani her into thu harbor under the nail of the cattle, in direct contact wit I the entire marine force of the Tripoliun. And fimnil ninlinxi.i in the lu-h (in-ill autumn AVhpti all tin: iluvy Stini'd liunli-n'd with j And fnru tin- nplmnli Thu strict here. Thin on my fj'irit i timing. t nf Till in theih trailed dii-ty man, 1 n rural Klltntttlr, .Ipril, J. J. A. and I felt jjlail that he iwiH forget me: though other fluff, under the pi-nail x- of Tort v Fl t Ii I f ll it iiniit.l l..t -I... tf.__. f lings for excry dor.en biittonii-o made; and (he provisions further direct that no p.-rwin can rei-oxer fur m ule witliu-.it bra-s butto.'i.-.. At the rhiioof this niit'.iblc .-pt-ech a nurof laughter, according to the proceeded from the jK-rMMis xxho xxere in the court, r.ierylmdy laughed but the tailor. Tor him, these N> glibly iptoted, xx ere no laughing The judge found that xxhich h id li-en passed to i-nconrago the I'lirmingham button trade, in the goud old days of pro- tection, had m-XL-r been repealed; and the rvMilt xv.ii that the tailor wa-. noiiMiited, and impudently told by the mm xtho hidihe.it- lieotice said that would be iiujms ___ ulded with :i Mnile. "Well, I w Uh he h-id remained .-ingle, that lie might come and claim lion." -iKe to think :h.it woman's life is imperfect without riage; but I assure you that 1 on fectly contented to the close of mine, xvith- >ut any such consummation. Such .1 total would hardly add to my low. 1 feel, that I lo bu imro ai-tixely useful than 1 am at pre.-ent, nnd M'mi-iimw thinl; of upening a charity si-houl here. Would jou come and help me." "Vou teach the children of this neighbor- him that !u; xiotlld be proceeded I'l-ll.iltit-t .sjiecilicd Tin' nuil .Ur. itlicU- l I'tuiii the nius u( tin -llton. brance. My brother xvaj two yeirs "ounger 'than myself, nnd on j of my muthei's hood, nnd for nothing! Why, they don't' for the rectum- of thu i acts xvas to commend him to my care. 'Mis know enough, here, to bu grateful for Mich in the .lei-'." Idufurmity makes him unduly she i kindness, and wiMiwt appreciate it! it be the nim of your life to guard Vou don't Know the j-coplo j him from all Millering. I feel replied; "with their pa-' a-sitrcil that hts life will not be .1 Ion; one; rents I can do nothing, but could 1 Mtccced hit active mind and ardent feelings xx ill near1 in awakening iu these children .1 desire for out feeble frame. Tor his I could knowledge, the seed would hive wished to lix e, that I might sdiio.l him up and bear fruit w hen I am de id." from any remark that would wound hit gen- j Header idic did nut engage in the work uf tlo spirit. Will you, my daughter, try to j education, but it was in iniiie promis-ing mil Mipply my place, and I to xour unfortunate) than the wild, sunburnt, barefooted children Lrothcrallth.il I would haie been.' Pri-miM-1 of that neighborhood. A gentleman came me and I oh.ill die contented.' I re.i lily inoniing, and pleaded N> fur the reijnirwl pmmiv, and I knelt I htr aid iu cultiv.r.ing the mitiiN of his four Uido her bed, holding her already icy h md daughters, that t-he fi-und it haul to wv him I m mine, I breathed a prayer that my moth- my. And when meet, iiu-therless lar away from tho strife and bustle of city et's liod would bh-N-. and watch oxer me in girl.-, to her, and told her how life, there lies .1 iptiet valley, which a  neeUut.i time rcfin-cd M-O any ono but le-irn pr.icefully, form a plc.ivint picture; and when, 'me. O! how earnestly did 1 prav forwivlum to complete it, the clear blue of the con-ole nnd "itidti him aright! If I did1 OCT "Vou much riittt. m.-m Tho which immediat-.-lvafter the I'usion Conxention, it will be recollected, lont.iincd a highly etilogistie article npaii the nominee of its pirty fur the Itoard of I'ublie Works, Mr. ISIick'esderfer. xoueliing for him :is a remarkably honest and capable Inaii. saxs now-, in reply to -owe charges re- IIJMIII histormi-railminUtratuuiof the ollliv to xxhich he agiin :u-pire.s. that it "does not intend to Ins defender." We Like lhi  litionists announce the approaching congress- ional elections hi thu north xvill be midtj to turn upon, will be the repeal uf tho N'ui bill. Its will 1m ajvocated and iiuisted njon by the abolitionUts and and will ho resisted by the Democracy und by that portion of- the bigs stand upon the jilutform uf Clay ami Wclater ami are to a union of xvhigs aud alMilitionUtx. Tho xvhich are to govern and inlluencu those who xvill go into the approaching contests advocating tho of this great measure, have not been stated; but the nnd thu argu- incuts that will induce Ihu Ik-mocracy und the Union xx bigs to opjioso its rej-cal are clear and conclusive, and ought to be t-allsfactorx- loeiery mm in the north who reallr, cerely and honestly desires the Irrritiiricitof Nebr.i.sk.1 and Kansas to bo and remain free territories and to la-couo free States. That bill h.is opened up theje territories to nettle- incut by the free men of this north. Thev are Hocking ii.to both territories dailx- bv Inindreds and thousands. They xvill make Inith tcrriloric.s free, nnd by a "direct will prohibit tho uf slaierx-. A vote uf the jxjojile in any stato or terriUrx-. join the day that this Union formed to the present time, never yet conx cried me inch of free territory Intoj.'aie territory, t xvas done once by congress, when tlmt added a of the free territory cut by the Mi.-sMtri to tho'slave of .MisMitiri, but such a thing Im been lone by the itei.tr! It is far wfer, 'herefore, lo le.ix-e this of o the jK-ople, than it is to leave it to con- gress. The of Nebraska and lill make territories free, and it won't >e more than two years more till thev will Hith Ripply to for into he 11 mou as free States. And all this will uvo b-jun accomplished by thc> ill. Two more Irce.States xvill have been dded lo tlie Union through the patriotic serlions of Douglas, nhn h.u U-en icaiily denounced by the aUtlitiotUt whigs It will all liedono nder the of u which pri'tioiinceil, ex en in the lor the extension uf erx'. xvnj- ilivy to talk ol'tliv Can il ho tlmt the hard fceling-i nnd thu hard tho to thu tiholition party, will he HI n-adily forgotten liXMhtm. and their former t-ni-mifj.? Who can take of the why pjM-riofl.ist year, anl that they tiro comlneti-il liv the Kami- men lhi inr wnu J.it. I ine Imllul H column, rlmit'ji ul.lr it Ituritii xCinlf.nl a it lorn.Tir--, IN uultti I M yrut, All a IreitUutienU (run m Iw (or In tit r. ft tins Vitto- ins; Siill. 'Jit U'prtfutntlrts: I havo received tho bill t-ntllltd. "An act intikinj appropriations for the repair, and work-, hcn-tofur-j Authority of l.ui-." i.ul.lla cuimnuiicfd nuJor th. Ii re wlu-j mu in tho no; huitn of tlm and titn-i my ttltuur a full fur csamitiln.; ij iu jiritv or of u; tiStli tliu M hich forMil mu to it U liul.nyi tu th.tt uroi ulileh nro cnmniotity known Iu. tenial f iicnt. anil Iiich, from a vury early i.it o ality nti-1 to he called. Thi union, or i oaful ufsctlnuca- tton K-tw-ccn tlietudifltroat imiviiintK, would rcqtiSru ilolibenilu iHiciKsioii of the eneral t.uN. lur thu th htfiiilv u to Miurutu Item of riiitlotjH. 1'ul.lic iiti'i.iou, with rej-.irt to thu value ami imjiortiir.cij uf intcrn.il country. U Thuru ii a on all h to hav.i tiiuni iinMoctitit 1 wilh uiiur.'v.auil tu mis tha to I u uttniucd In- them fullr roaliscil. This jTomineat jxjlut'of OiifcreusV k-Uvi-eti thusu Imro lieeu rejardoil thafriouJi of of lutcraal nu-nts by the Oeuvral Oiivurntnunt, an.l thin, to jinea a hvi Iwca eno of Iinul though muru or xuth own Judgment, it i. well known, Uotli grounds, b.-eti to a "general ivitem of internal bv Pedeml Government, At xxelt rufrom" pj-l iiuattsfiietory eiperiet-.co by tho as iv render its nsu p'.thar to the en.tntry at "r fur h-j 1 klriU coiulder ii incumbent iii ma ent tuthe present O.ngreas, -.t the ueit iluw of thttwholo- whig; who liaxe ncxer added or nil thu hearta of nil w it, iiuxer to be forgotten. All tliL-n took le.ne uf every oflieer, and of add a single free or free territorx- or i (iingt-.- foot of freu w bra.k.i arid K.IIW.JH to the Union. Xe- he did, wiien a I'ublie Works, ,-i Steiilienville and Indiana I! iilroa.1 I'ominnv i f me nar, ami' t.irms, and the xxi (.itcriiM iheni peJtuv.it trousers, thrixing xitt.iges an! I gi't in mind, Uiy.s, when ion under the uperitim go home, gtxe a good account of In bill which the Here: Six m and nil thi peritiim and inlluence of thu ul.m of our dU- liens weru at church, or enjox'ing "iired nature's sweet in tlieir cfuiet homes as the Sabbath day ii sure to bring. nnd aU was u'ow and then UIB "rattling uf the xvaguns o'er the 5tony or perchance tho crow hit; of a rooster that came olf triumphant nt thu cock-tights, in the Mirburbs of our this   o'clock. iu which when Judyo Usri delivered nmlcarcfullr prepared chiirg-. reviewing nil the material jiointi in tlm totimony both eMcK, tml interpretation of the law aj.plicsWe the itat'ortnat in hand. At half-p-ijt 7 the. jury retired to their p. rbamlier.auil.ifitr.in aluctie.! of about four t hiniri, it xi-.-u announced tliat they had Rgreed tif.wi their Oa coming iutu court. they handed in n written xerdktto tho xxho rc.i.l ii as entire creii; but .juickly tho dm of kittle drums, b.-ating to arms with the noi-u of confusion nnd alarm, xvas heard from the in. habitants on shore. To aid in the osr.ipe of lhebo.it. unorder was gixeii bv Heed "t., -hoix the appearance of which. The Know imthings are a pirjx-. chielly. in fact almnst l i r f nitnureiis ol shot, iiom an eijual mtmlK-r ol, higs, urgunizcd upon a platform of guns, ufh.aiy calibre, from the bittL-ries lent and xindictixe to .uVforei-ncw near came rattling ox er and around us. Mitt) and to all I'.it hu lies, w hether forci -new or' we heeded them not. I feeling alone had Well, what haxe the v done? of prcjerxatioii of they have rot .lone much; but thev hive his crew! d his crew! done ii things tint ought to IHJ remember- As moment after moment pmed In-, with- clcctud i irfr; Max or in nit bringing uiih it the preconcerted signal :i M.ixor in mm the lm.it, the atuietv on Nurd became li; !l N'ow Orlein-; a ri-ir; pcrchani-e if he might get fome "pi" there. "We, tlm jury, find Tranfis Dick ciilhr but he w.uniL-tatthe door bv ourdeiil.and. "f lllD murder of Jnmt-s Votttv In nothmi; daunted, he even h-a I the .md.icitv degrer. ns he is chnr.-c.l In imlicl. to reach out his paw to sh.iko hand, wish his iM'atiic mijoty. but not the hereceixed. he left ha.te, followed bv t large croud healed bv tho atuf.ic- with dog-1, nnd probably a'-.-u too late, of the P.I.-UO which fays, "rcsi.it tho dcxil, and ho w ill from x IPw.'cni d iy u hloh tlam thr Vtiirit thv. ha would hc.ir the of f.ir (x new triil. The court orcno.l for tho pri.jner ft.ited a feared than tho RMtiad'on wli'.chthpy maved for n nrw triil: nan of the xvoods thit thn vrrdict contrsrv M an immetiM KM tliBeiider.r-. Sosrond. that win of thojn. >ccn t'crmlttffd to the rrw In ?lau of Africa. is nn inh.ibit.uit of the xrrMds bv Th; jury then ore for himself cive hi  cottturl fer the j-rW.f r hers thotr Intention to move for ix new trNl. court then n Ijmtrnrd until P o'clock on the (iaUn'ti river, more to be African Uu; it it the wild man iho I'lirang autatig, though an nctiiij; on the oircniixe. and ready to attack man. Tlie of hij px- trcmities aro longer tlnu thiue of mi ordina- ry nixed, full grow n mv.i. I h.ix e utnmined them here, and while Ciintempl.V.ing tho the jaw, and their re.illv during I .........__ _..... _ xWt i Afirr hating th; ruled tlir motion for .1 :iew- trial. Pr.inri' the primnrr st th conrt b- up lather than IK- captured, of pritclihu that -aii'lydclrniihii'd uj-oii, at th.-outsct of the! If that is "ail ilerpiihp. had ns brax civ been put in iIlro w by sh ill not tin- foreigmr be Hiuti. The fact that the Intrepid, at the to enjuy the .simu tint ir. tllff, wtlltU ItU ll.lli I7UL-1I UI1I18II.1I1 fast.'and had her haircurled and fixed up, promenading nice enough for company every day of her we soiighlthe freshrrniri. her hired girl had said; and then She tr, nnd as he leaned upon must bo Iiizy as well as for fche never put her hands to any dirty work, but n.it doxvii nf a morning to read and write! She took long too, every day, xvhcn had'nt a sign of an errand lo do; and rode on horseback, not to any of the ...............vlu hoitsci, 1'iit Just for the sake of riding! Did falls, and two figures so ne.ir us tint ever a liwly hc.ir of anything so foolish? their conxcrMtiun WMS distinctly audible. ...I Incoming general air of a balctiny togt-th jion my arm nnd look. rd out nt'oti the "jiiiet tnooidight, he said '.Sister, I feel that I must tell her noon, ami something Ihnl uiiu will not neon my love. Did you marl; hoiv dcclim-i! dancing to-night for a ipiict chat willi me? then there thc l of li-ht And she played on her piano'oxcry evening; th.it they heard for themselves as plain as could "Docs she live all I "Alone! Why, no, not exactly. She has A brother there; but for tho matter of all the work he can do, sho might as will be nlone; von never seen "Xo." "Well, you'll sco a pitiful sight when you oo, with crooked luck; and tho way waits on him now, and ixju him up, lou'd t. think ho xx-as a luby, so tender ofhitnl Tito ghl that xvith her, often comes to our house of.i hulidav, and the me all nbmitlt." Iiiitantly my imasination kindled nt the iiiclitrcofaftuier'tf dctotion toon unfortunate brother, living in scchnion with him, because perchance, xvith the peculiar to deformity, ho shrank- from society; but llio around her could no licatt- ty in a life. With how much of ro- mance my youthful thoughts invested this lady, would have been amused 'IMiaxvl you are not Mid one. '1 am. Vou nmiiifest a decided1 prcfer ctico for his 'Nonsense; ho'lntcrestime, I how- lo think uf my being willing to bear through lifo thu burden of a hunch, lucked lui.sb.itid "I felt my brother trembling in every limb, and God fi'irgixe mo fur tho feelings" I liad then, for the last voice wns tno thrillingly familiar, aud I longed to fell the theuarth. Hoxv diircd xhu speak thus of the casket In which the Good Father had K-cn plcajod lo encloM) the priceless inlellcct of my brother? I xvonl.l h.iie giicti worlds that ho h.id Mil heard thoso carclwg which I knew had n'nuxtkilled him. "l-'rom lh.it timo from nil society with a ncnotik dread, and Mrave lo find his happiness in w Inch, ns he said cilly, could not taunt him uith tnne.' This placo had bocn left him liy our grandfather, nnd the Icasaexpiringnbuulthal time, my bmthcr jiroposcd .n.iklng it our liome. I at it K t wild tchtnw, and their sacred united iu the 'hoiv bands.' Poor In nverx but love, and their pijrs nnd m their union, they htaited for a 'free .Stale.' and walked arm-in.arm from .Slaiinton to Winchesier, n distance of iiinely-MX miliM. Hern thev tixik the ralNroad ran for disUnceof Iwenly.two lo tho end" ol their 'lovi-lx' journey. The remainder of the Mory we give in tha words uf the 'When they landed at their dexti- li.il inn, tho iloating groom, ,-ifti-r.shoi IIH tip to his elUms in breeches jack- et, found ho hadn't tho dimei lo 'p-'y the In dilcmnn, like a cool spring in a parching desert, there appeared IMIIIIC generous philanthropic men to rescue tlie loving twain from th.il brink of woo on which they weru verging. A 'jinny purse' w.itgot ip, sufficient to do the deed, and strike n txiw uf prumiso .ilhwnrt the foul weretlicti n cloud uf denjnir. Thn knot was ied, tho jiarsin pild, and the h ippv pitr, ixithjoy and gladtiem radiating their cotin- (ornnu'iire'l afoot their rettiru Truly, this w-as xviss m irrvin for ourncy. ove.' Mrtuc.u. have ccnivrd tho August immW of this xvork. !l a well printed monthly; and is conduct. cd by Dr.s. .I. II. Uuehniian nnd It. S. Nexv. on. Address Dr. It. S. Newton, Cincinnati, Ohio. eiscnger, (htilon Italilier, Demucr.it, Wapat.onell.i l.'epublip.iii; Olihi I'atriot. Una .Standard. .Smdiii.ky Di'mi.cr.if, W.nnu County Dfiiincral, Akrou Simnl ud Deli incn Democrat, nnd Cmlicld each and all of whom not only. hold thenuclxcs aloof from the roiit.mihution uftlm rusioti, but join tntolid nrr.iy agairlst the nltempl to hoodwink llio xvilh "republiein" pro. mid nomin iliuns. rrum inch of these paprw. mid indeed from exery other demo- tratie in Ohio, lloil the names of Xor. ris iind .Miller; and there they will lloat until success brings them down. We have not room in our pipsr lo givo a transcript of their Jcver.il neniimetitx. nough to know- that the Democratic U is md its teidcrnaro in hirmnny. such U the r.ne. r.initirh nn nmalg.iniation, with- ml any chart of ridn into nnd a .VnM Jlttn-i- Ilisn.ite.lth.it Henry Doolittlc, the railroad contractor, h.u sued tho Sin- litsky City, nnd Indiana rail nnd rompiny, 'or ninety. thrco thous.ind thrco hundred ami ivcnty-five dollar', bilinco dun him for jiiilding tha ro.id fnmi Tilliii lo H.indiisky. Cunnrclirut ilainc, tho mother of. i nrgu family, was mm day nsknl llio number of hrr rhildrrn. "Li replied, rock- ng to and fro, "I have fourteen mnjt- y boys snd rirls." p i f j time uf the explosion, hid nut proceeded "f us do? Why ohoiild not he he with of trees! arm xx I w .-nt tiir brouen for the purpoo uf conpiuling his tint >ha (Jid jr-t ki.t.w Mr. ntid fifift. iipproich legs of the o-r inn oi coiiduling liis "ir.is nnd atlaeU. and .ttd.lenly gr.np the I lh it Jlr. h xv.n tinder the pf e hiim.ni boings, bringi h'hti itistant., h ptor; tlu: he ind twculii.if.j uheti her.-.ni- I'o our astonishment, we leirncd tho next day thut l.irtit. Nracl, ugillant youth who liad Iven sent with orders from Commodore rrebtu to Siimen, after ho was nndrr xv.iy in the ketch, h id accomp-iiiied him hi the "ex- J-x-ditioii, nnd had shar-d hisdestinx'. Such IMS the mid nfthn noble fellows who only i u i before, uu Imanl their own giiii-lxut N'o. I, had InMtensix of rieef, of force with thetmelvoi, imiue- diately under the guns, and within pistol idiot ofa luttery; nn nchirvmont nccinn- I'hMied only in thi-ir jwcttliar hi- kipking nnd up nn t-f cjuva, bags, filled with 100 mtuket lulls each, till our gillani rommoi.'orc. in thp d, take the tire nf tho luttery, nnd thus enable w, undrr his cover, (o nbjy nnlcr "to nuua out of ,-ic. i sigiul xihieh had ahead v K-en ll. ng mom th.iti nu hour, nnd which lit lirrt would not, and at last (from tho fierce ICM of tho fight) could not sec. nothing tiu.-j Ivtweoti lijs i.r tho jurv gnr..e.l r. if tlm liiMantly it IKI if '''V-t Ii no b-e.i put ,m the cmt nnd I don't thhil: Ihcro ?nv Noxember 18I1' If you can have tho ticceis.trv m.idn out, it might hm-j. If the Judges rdtun lufow thsy .-irrive, ttifhtinit ii, nt t'l-f itiyij fmirti. We willgixc.1 in this town. why Ipgislatjon of b inking capital ufth it State, during l.ito ncssion. Tlm mount of "promise .to allowed to bo issued on this, without security tu tho jtntp, is mnro than four a half million rfdol- majority Vour. truly, U.S. UIKGIIAM. ihw fclloxv w.isn Democrat unee. He re.jttrMod. to liquidate tin- kiti'l-lunrii-d inn-It I-IHT, th 'I he court then ftdj.iiirnpl.ind tin r left the jnrty, xro abntit tho timii iho above piece of scoundrelUm was concus- led. him around! m following conundrum look .1 bril- lutit rrirn out tho nthcnl.tr: "Whvis an elpphirj! like a nhccILirW? Hccauic it cin't elime a Mov n.t.v.-We have re- ceived the August number of this work; ni.dj The'rnurt-ronm, nn SiiurJiv rr.'nm- it is well worthy the patronage of ,ia Anicri- this mnniing, wn% dru.rly crr.xvdp.1, lull can public. iilc.ii arc purely Amcricin. vrcscrxe.l ilnrins the' pro- Iti< jtublijlir-l at Cincimnti by Jethro Jack- son 
                            

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