Carlisle herald. (Carlisle, Pa.) 1845-1881, July 16, 1856, Image 4

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CA:AL-ISLE, r.&.
WEDNESpAY; JULY 16, 1850
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TERMS'—TWO DoLL'Aith A YEAn, on ONR.Dor,-
• $1 75 IF PAID WlT'ill.N 'VIE YEAR..'
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THOMAS R COCHRAN, - of York - Co
• . • AUDITOR frENERA.L, •
D A RwrN,PHgLPS, .of-A r ins tio gCo
• •
vary , cla . y on Slavery Extenilon:.
In hit; tcreat simerlt on the Compromise measures, on
Lhntith of Febrintry, 1850, 111:NRY CIAV
due::tred llis opposition toilll deshtns for The
tomtion of Slavery i , .
1 repeat that 1. never can, aml never, will, and no
. airtAlly rower will ever• Make me, vote to extend
z.laveiy ever . territery wher,e it does not exiFt. Never
while rOnsen holdri a sieit in my hraln,- 7 -never.m idle my
.l.W.A.kt..saudx,iim vital ltuid through my veins. Di v ey—
lont —N EVER.
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l ay, on- Iluch.n
Jn Mr. Clay's .private correFpondonce. p!:ll.4ibhed last
GM, in a lai . Ua...ta - 10.1111nati, dated June 14,
1551, ho_says as followS:
• "Of.the candidates spoken of on the Democratk side.
I confess that 1 should piscrer Gen. , CasS. Ile Is, I think.
tnero to be relied , on' than any of his compel t
During the trials of the long sersioes the last Cllll,
:tress, ha bore himself lirinty,.eonsistoritly fund patrhdl
eally., Ile has quite as much ability; quitotis nun di
firmness. and, I think, Stunt Moan honesty and In
verity than Mr. liuchanan. , • •
Dianitil*eb!itiOr on Slai,e6-
.Aa corning npiimpriqroln Iu t h;s 111'N I. 11. ll' 1,:
--A-briot.paswe-funn _NV.i.u,a ll* ~ .'"0 1
Much 7, ISUO—also his lasi great .
Ito ottlN:
"Sir, wherever there is a.substaotiel good to to d 0 ,,
Yrihererer there is a foot of labol t,, be pr,leeetl frol.
baeoining Slave teiritory, I am ready to ares.:4 i -
ciplo of the extension of Slavery: Imo pludgiot
from the yetor 1637 ; I haio been pledged to it again and
and I vIII perform those pledges." ' .
SOUTHERN r.picTior4 s.
...' The State Elections, • this year, take
• placb as follows,:—On the fkiurth Of Ali
. ORC:KentOCI3;, :Alabama, Texas, Mis
souri, and Arkansas vote, and 'on the .
seventh of August; North Carolina and
Tennessee ; thus iinking sevn of the
Southern States in the first week of that:
• month. The only others of that :-. e ion
••• whioSli vote liefore the occurrence--- oft c
P'residential election, will be Georgiltand.
Floridaon the • sixth ' of .October, and ,
South Carolina on the fourteenth of the'
-.. same month. _ln; the early part Of Au
gust, there or , the Peesidential -contest
will •assink_a;
`'' °n Stateshave.all been confidently claimed
• is favorable to the' election Of Filliniqe
and Tionelscin. - • . .. . .
. .
Ird, of• Michigan,. one of t
• .the• Congressional Counitit
-----tee,!,whosisited.K,ansas, made the folloW•
• •
-----ityg-stateineut-in-the-tourse_of , _&sp_ecch_a:
few days since : _ • ,• ,
"-I assert- that if all the-tyrannyjipict-,
ed uf,o t , ourfoyefathgrs••by,the
. Britain, wore /olleeted • togettipr,
: all a_.tnul ty_ L ten, I could bring facts'
,to, prove. tharthe• poor settlers:id - Kansas
Bade suffered more than, the • whole of
thetn.." • •
the opinion of-a'inan
ing bee'n iu Kansas, laboriously attendlng
a lega.l.inVestigation of the troubles in_
giveS thus an indication' of ~t 6
lido State.
• .''• • Ovention.assembled , in. • Baltimore on'
• .
• Thursday' ast, and : pasSed resolutions •
• IFreiu Out to be•-unqualilied lot 9
7 • 7 . 7---- '----'cEidließ epi
blidi - fa .
rt .
'form.lB k iconstautiona and fanatic.(;
that the . foreigliliolieyiof the De.rnaeratie
_ disgrace, upon . the
••• , .country; at ,Itinies l ßitchantin is a thin:,
and unsafe
...... , , L ; ..cifrp_4.D .... .stn . oeratinparty extremelysee-.,
proniises str if e;
• , .1111 d
;girt eliquld IJC suA•l4led
..:.. , by (welly patriutin the country.
The N Sr . — lißepenclent, th - e . .oigati - r
" ...
the Congregationalist denomination in the
Hnited-Statesi-has : --reeentty—taken- 7 OPen
grOundin•favor of the election of Col.
Fremont. JUdge McLean
..wds its first
choice for the nomin'on,
.but the over,
idling of his nomina i' d
~b); _the I people.
and the . wide:syread 'enthusitiset, whik,ll
the nomination - oflremont has excited
in the North and West, it regards as stri
king eitidence'thdt the imitd 'of Provi- distinstly, i'isible in 'raising tip,.
training:and - endoy,ing this-workman for
hiS.offtee, the 'Man for the Hour. .it runs
the foll Owing parallel between Washing
ton and - Fremont :.
.. ...,.._: . • . •
It - is somewhat. curious to notice . the
striking correspondence, bet ween the his;
tory of the young .ltepuldican .Captain;
and that of, him whom (Mr fathers took
.as their leader . ;':-.ip the, psi great struggle
for .Liberty on4his con, ineat.' A part of
theselni . c. , e , been notkod : by the papers,.
Ili hers --we - .have not
seen referred to: 1 hey are 'interesting,
and stigteristiVe.. Washington was left in
childhood, by the death of his father, to.
the eharp of hit. mother.. Fremont vas
so likewise,at . a still - earlier period, and
in' eireutustati , . , .m certainly much - less taus ,
pieious. Wadtington had early a passion
fOr the spa, so strong that a Midshipman's
warrant . .obtained for him by his
friends.. • Fremont-went - to sea/and
. Was
there' etupstyed_ for more .than two years.
- -Washin.!ton 'W:is introduced to public life
throuflb his service on. the frontiers,' OR a
surveyor find civil engineer; • Fremont
won iii-s—ditTeirainilidlittrcarly-famtr—in
the :i:11116 department, and, 14. his use and
practice. in it Became fitted . in: mind: and
body, to," endure hardness
ton learned all that he knew of war in
contbati and the strife of tine
ness, and rose thus to the rank of ,Colo
-1;0' in the provincial troops, Fremont's.
s,:,1001 Ile. same; aikl he -has gaited
...WaShintzten -had: laid
:•;111'1:1 ( ~x pe.- r ienee as a leghilaier, uotal lie
t!al!t-il - h . ) the head of: the Uovern.-
fd:en for his 'weil-tried
-771.;we;11 tiwiliii!,A. r 'am. l not for any disline
- ton' lurd aulti, l tvt..ll.as_n.diplotnatistl.)Ar
statesman; and Imre agaiti,:,the''l)44cil
holds. 'Washington was sneered at.' by
the men orfoutine,.wUsrhated and_pssail 7
ed by the Tories of that:Any, 1)s a Sdltlier
who' had "'never Petit :squadron in the
field ;" .utitil his energy and patience
drove theni all out of it,. Tike_seine class
,ifof attaelcs are now made on Fremont . ; .
be ansvvdred,'we. trust, in the same
pressive way. His friends' early felt that,
Washington Was specially fitted and pie
. Served of become the head.
of the nation ; as Rev. Saninel Davies
expressed it, that " Providertiidlps hith
ertopreserved him in ;0 signal a manner
for some important service to, his. noun-.
try." The same expectation, becoming
alinost a,prenionitien, has for years been
general among the friends of .Fremont.
Dr., Irebert,Sen, hiS 'early - teacher, ex,
'pressed it intlje•preface to his edition of
the Anal:1;10i, published years ago, in
these words: • " Stich ; my young friends,
imperfect sketch of. my once.beloved
n,vorite pupil, who.may:yet rise_ to
h e ai the head of this great and growing
• My prayer ie . tha.t.he may ev-,
opposed to ,war,--in:instiee. and bp
• prcssion . of every hind. ifbassi ig to his
cutmtry, and an exampla.a—every. noble
virtne to the whole world :Washing
...-_ton 'was calfed to the head of the tirniy at
the age of :forty-four; and if . coif Pre
- hall liVe to.ns_the .Marc:h
next, we confidently expect that the sin=
With liinrin, the PreSideiifial -. Chair;'
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says..the Independent, we have the
'..esfoonvictionthat'ult sections 'will---feel
safe and...that speedy, calm; will succeed
the A fecent . and pre . serit agitationi; virile
his life and his-words give the amplest
guarantee that the. influence of the Gov
'eminent will all be employed on the side
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of freednin and•its benign order.... .
.LINE GA — li. GEORGE !—The triumph of
the A)nerlea . l4 New York; . last fall was lFthe axertiOils of George
eliiefly ascribed
JAW, whO thee : acted against the llepub- .
lieltes:=7 l :Now - Mr, LaW is with them, and
deney, reviewing . thoir- characters, a
"edents, avd•whity;:his' prefe,reitee far
Fremont as the repr asap tatire pr ugresS
and, freedom; and ilanolneinL the slave
:thly letter: ,
The , : n:bottt 11 - e'poblietto
oaos - us . tit' illivgtoti, tit ‘vithtlraw-Daj , -
-tt Jph tstoti j turp.i.olit to 60. false.
ti4Ci4‘ll l ' - '-iiii,(ll6.
le case of ' ; CM , e
Congress on Mondity,,but the resolution
tie-expel_hiwfailed-for_want of a two
third vote, The vote stood for expulsion,
121—against it 95: . ..With a few excep
tionsithe locofoco members from . North
and South_ voted . agaidst his expulsion.
After - the vote was taken . l3foblts was - at- -
lowed to t address.the House and Made a
long and dertaoo barangue;' at the elosti"Of
which he announced that he had antici
pated the•action of the llouse some ten
d_ays since by placing his resignation in
the hands of thelaoi;el 7 nor of SoutliVaro-'
. , . .
lina and was no longei a ineinh'er of. this
Cnngressr In 'thecoirge...of . his speech
. .
he made the extraordinary remark thA
a blow from - him neW would be the sigifai
for revolution but he would refrain !.Let
us be thankful, 'therefore, that Brooks is
gone back to obscurity and that the
still safe ! • '
KANSAS LEGlst,AruttE.Dispiltsm t rr - :
The Frde . State Legislature of Katisas
met at . Topeka, on thd 4th of July. - The
same day 031.1Shinnerdntered the. town
with 200, dragoons and planted the -can-
on Eq to command
,the . Hall 'where
the:Legislature was assembled. ' Ite:.z.f
terwards repaired to the. Hall of . -Repro ,
sentatives and said
. .
"I ant Called upon to perform_ the
most painful duty. of • my . life. Under
the authority - of the
. President Of The - II-
Ifitkittes; -- 1 -- aur - heroitsolve.- -- i the ,,
LegiSlature. • In accordance with my or
ders, I, command yo,v, t( God .
now I have.'po_ patty feeling, in - .the
matter,. and I will have none, while I bold
My present position in Kanstlig. I have
. ust returned-from the bqukr,. where
have been Sending heine-tlre3li4Sourians,
and I am here withinstruction -dis-
Rem:6'l. he Leg' sla turo eo infix n
ybu tO disperse. • • • •
A:_tuemberasked th &el° u tler
:amid that they sere to be driven out at
point of the bayonet—. Col. ,Sumner
plied---I use the whole foree under
my jominlitid- to-enforce. my--orders.: The
House theii - disperse.d. ' , •
letter *of Col. Fremont in which he fOr
wally accepts the nomination for the
Presidency, will be found _on our • first
page. •His opinion - s are clearly,
and forcibly stated, and no unprejudiced
person can read his lkter wit mut a feel
int); of Confidence in the nk and respect
for his high ability..
eoleco paper. in Ohio says that when the
Conunittee appointed to wait on •Mr:l3u
eliananto announce to him his nomina-:
tion; they fOtindjhe 4 Old Sage,' calmly
at work in hie garden,.hoeini potatoes!.
k" The jury in'tho case of Congress
man Herbert, tried in Washington lasi
week for the inurde7 of 'Keating, the 1-
rich 'Waiter, had not agreed at the-lastac
counts: - They °were reported to Stand ten
for,aetiiiittal and two, for conviction.. ..
FROM ilmviroapaw AND OREpOk.
• 13y the arrival of the steamship Gettrge Law
-tot.-14,71t1r.ork,•we haveetwo weeks, later - news
from California end important intelligence
from-. Oregon and Central America. Gen.
!Walker had been elected President .of N ear
ague. Rivas thereupon feliidled, dollected'a
force and, took possession of -- Leon. Walker
has declared Ritmo and hi - s7plaily 'renters. •
• The excitement In San Maine° continued ,
and things wore the aspeet of civil war. The
'iligilanle.Connittee are Stu in session, and
•Intve now six thousand stand of arms and
thirty pieees,of cannon.. Their force is divid
ed into six regiments . regiments. Strong breastworks
have been otaistructed in front ,of the Cora
-1 ndifie"ts rooms.; and ail alarm bell • erected
lupon thebuilding,%and Several 'pieces of cap-,
non plaeed.upon the adjacent roof as to
compatnbalt the approaches to their quarters.
Gov; Johnson has gathered. together a. few
hundred men, With whoni he proceeded
Penicia, with a -view to getting . arms: .and
. 4k i n i m i l iutiaartna!tb,earSentil, but Gen, . Wool '
. re .faseilite:Aeli vet!: -t op. The: pyßrilsW,
foree's are camped near Abe city.. •Sik 'Pore
'‘tics Inca been banished by the Committee,.
and not tin ovS arrests continue to, be mode_
._F r ooiciregon we have intelligence that Col.
Wright and his commend; numbering -sga,l.L.
S. troop, had taken p4itiou on • the -Sontit
I side of the'N'aschez river. •• The Indiana • min . -
lured on the ; .;ortli• side 2000 strong..
t - 84.tit to l yabecru ver , .o.ittr t DalleS
for 'reittfere:enients. - Tinbsequent report;
tvhi4h.Ge 1P coufiriaatx,on, til)s • tiffit
gagelne:ut ttivk'plaeo in which (!el
ono third of 1.1;s conue.nd
Wounded.. , , .•
triton nub Edunto Ratters:
LITAR-visT.---Theeii_,orop — ortiiii.
county, as.we.learn from all quarters, is un
reoetiiintially—fine—_The_4l6.l is irir o and of
'the inost superior quality.. The growing corn,wears a greatly_ Improved appoirance
since the ruins 'of lust week. •
ExcußsioN:--Liiying the corner
stone of the l'itblie. in Charnhershurg,;
tvitti:lnsonin Ceremonies, on Thursday, July
17th. . The C. R. C. w ill - issue round
trip tieltetS•to Chamberibuig at one half the
.usual rate of fair, from Carlisle and all inter
mediate-stit cis. Leave Carlisle at 7 A. M ,
js.'ewville . 7 86,.rShippenSVurg , 8 10, arrive at
, chambersburg ut 8 50, and return at 4:20.'
. .
COMn.rNpEMFINT.--,-The - anal-verstiry
exercises of Dickinson College were •Celebra•
ted in the I‘l. E Church on Thursday last
the church was crowded with spiciators, rind
a large number • of distinguished clergyman
and others occupied seats on the platform,—
Dr. Collins, President'of the College, presided
on ,tlArtreension. The addresses delivered by
the membererorthp gra - dhating class, were-14
olloWs•and Were listened to.with interest by,
the intelligent•audience: . . •
',A Salutatory '.Addresses.—Wrn. .R. Aldred,
Chester Co. • =
2. Oration—eSenond Clime )—ld olatr y -of
Diekeon, Georgetown, D. C.
3. Oration=(Third. Clims)--importanco
Mental CultAlre 7 4. W. Troxel,.Double.Pipo
Creek, Md.
4. .Ori4ion-, , (Second Chios)—Political Phil
nnthropy-:--)V. - M. ki arnsbergeri• Port . Repub
lie, .Vn. , .[., • . . _ .
5. Oratiorf r -..Firgt Chtse)---EnOish Despot
ersi, Hartford co.; Mth
6. Literary_ On ion—The Spirit of Euto•
pi a. *— lc,. F. • TOi+.
Se co nil Class) The Political
Drama.—..l. Kurvis, Baltimore, Dld '
8, Oration—(S.econd Class)—The enema
loue Appeiminces of Man.-It. Balt.iwiti
. -
9. Literary Oration, --Novelty and Tradi
P..Marahall, Paris, Va.,
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.10.. Oration— (Third Class)—Poetry of ,Sci
er.ce.—.J.: E, D. Jesfer,AtTl Lion, Dai. - ,: 0
1 . 1 - ; - Oration—(-Fir-t Olussr*:—:- ly_.ll Witigton
Durinundto w n., Va.
12. Oration - L-Virxt
Clark Talbot co., old. .
13: Literary OraTion—Uucli Tom ' s
W. M. I'lirBollS.
14. Oration—(Firm. Ctass)—Utility versus
Beauty.—J: C. Gilmore, Williavosport.
16. Philos . ophical Oration—Authority.—M
L. Clark, Jersey Shore. •
P. Mitater's Oration—Tho Missionary—his
Claim to the Veapect and -gratitude of Mau
Ale•.zo a ti, Sulinhury, Md.
• 27. l‘laiiier's OTalion—Our hlasters.--W.
C. Rheum, Carlisle.
18. ya,;edictory. Addresses.--E. N. Ecote.s"
'on, c umbridge,,Ald.
t * Excused. •
Prior to Wu valedictory address the 'degrees
were conferred in duo forin by President Col
ins. The degree of A. B. on the members of
the gradu'ating class whose names arc giver
iz rarry
, The degree of A., owns confer.-
red upon 'Wm. F. Rowe, ass of . 1840 ; Roy.
A. S. Hank do. 1850 ; J mos .M. Kimberlin
and I;S.Diehl, do 1851 ; It. 11.• Dietrich, do
1852; A.. 11.. Ititchie.-A. M. SaWyer, James E .
Clawson, J. .1: Meisel', E : - . ll'.Scyniour, U. C
Rheem,• A. Ricketts, J. M. Shearer, of the class
of 1863.: " •• •
• -The 114Ciorary degree; of A. M.' 'teas confer
red upon Rev; E.-Welty slid E. B. SeS'moUr.
Th'it degree of Doctor of. Pitytdold Scion-co up
on our talented townsman,. Prof. .Spencer F.
Baird, now connected with 'the Smithsonian
InstittitionAVashington. - TheinanSrtiry de
j;ree of_D,,D. on tho • ay. Win . Arthur,. :of
Londott_E ngltind ; Rev I_,T, Crane,N. J. and
Rev:W. B. Edwards, of altimore.' -''
On the evening preceding • Commenconient,
the wool address before the 'College Soole
tiesWas dejlitiredby the Rev. Thus. If. Steck
ton,, of Baltimore. Subject-“ Common Sense.,”
A largo and intelligent - nu'dierioe was ,preserit.
The address was of a metaphysical diameter
and quitOciploded.the common notions of Com.
mon Sense. Whether all.hia audience acqui
esied in hia views or not, all at least agreed
that the addressavas both. learned:and logical.
The peroration was in that strain of lofty and
stirring - eloquence' for which Me. Stockton ts
distinjuis#sdps a Pulpit orator,-`
:A correspondent Who doitinot seem to cNic
aide, with I%lr. Stockton,' sends ns.the follOning
communication: • . • • ••
...:Tuita,:l3iobElif- , - , Tlre 4 rial .Lor-Preaton:Ss' _
Taigfictit7tii7Osittlit-nficcorr-Seimior,pmner •
cat up on- prn. n flits t
ii ‘--
WaNhinkton Setintor Sulnuer wan tint •-pres
ent, Lithaviugacelined o taka. ttuy part_ in
.nuniber , of • ',witnesv
, to the
txtiact:a from Mr,,Smiitters epceoh 'was read.
`llr ilittoks Wade a *Pooch, asserting: that . thti
mr e re'd no adequate remedy for tho,ollence
actotnitted'agninit hip State, and owing- his
o.lte'rnitaation asert her
.the; docon . .nit, to
I.lhp 9( s:3oo,fttl4 ' 111 . 06/tS t
. 01% Jl{lolllllo flitA
his friends to tho House of ltepresentativea.
ooireepondent the Philadelphia' Ingairer,
- ttTmersse y;as .- evevy - T7
body does, at'Poubling.Gap, gives the follov!-
ing account of -the patriotic_ doings on the
Fourth' by the company; •
Mn.Enrioit.:--After a long debate in my
own mind as to whieli of,the numerous water
ing plaoes , P siik;nld sojourn this. summer, I
decidedin farm. of .Doubling Gajp . : : After a
shOrf, 'rapid; and pleasant rlile froM the C'ity,
• .
waslanded heroin the cool of the evening, -
and in-ample-Limo for a bath and tea I •
found a.most chartning retreat,: embcisomed .
in w'oods, and surrounded • With, mountains,
from "whose tops the most :sublime 'views the
eye ever saw can be seen. The ' Mar4 m sion
lio.usejs large, 4141,- and faultlessly clean ;
while the table and the acconimodations gen-. •
erally .are beyond exception. The "waters
too, are highly linpregnated. • with excellent
ntediCinal-properties; and magically recuper- . •
ate one's system. The company, also, is nu
merous, and quite•aelect. There is no lack
of fun iim,l timusement:---good feeling and so
ciability PreVail - . - • On the Fourth we had quite.'
an enthusiastic celebration. 'ln the morning
thebonrders irtrre,:areused from their
tiers by tr ealute of musketry, follower] by Elie' '
playing of . a National airbylbe Band. The
Declaratiati of Independenco was-read in nn
eloquent manner by Mr. Heath, of Washing-.
.city`--Wrho was succeeded in a 'witty, : humor,
ous, and 'telling speech. by Lieutenant Bar
rett of the Navy. Some most capital' t'oasts,
were given at the dinner table,. in which all
participated. Mr. Sanderson, of Philad ' elplria,
gat impromptu an . ei l Wilitib called down
rapturous applause, It was—Hl Oar , ° Host ;
nay leis' the 'Orap; be away! .
Doubling," ".In: th e evening there -was a num•
herd . games, and ,n spirited .dance. ' The ,
whole affair _pa sed o
. e—coedingly 'nit,
visitora ore pouring - in very fruit, and in n ton
days, no doubt; ive will bo orowthid. No bet
ter'sinurner-resort could be selected by ow
eitiieua than if -nfforiled by DOUBLING Gm..
. .
. illr.Eilitor- 7 -Last Thursday nightsetnethim
very e xirapritinaryhappened to me. 'l . llO no ..
pretend to say whether -it was AU. apparitio
or not. I - chid)-=simply ,state the fitet4 of-th•
case, and iowirer headstin - lialtiinor --
Or elseivhere;:te hold Altair tongues at it c
not, just aS. they•plOare, - , , . :
.1 tv.4 peaceably availing myself of-smile i •
the ordinary " aids to. reflection," when, wit)..
out any Opening of the door or window, 1
oily qUILIIO .tioll that I could Observe about tt .
key-hole, I perceived a. respectable older)
gentlentan seated in my'apartment., My tin
impression was that I had seen him before ,
my second, that I had not ; my third, that
must SUMO where., Some time or other, 'alt . -
seen somebody very like hint. Greater pe
plexity I never felt fur a short time, Ile. h
wo eyes—large or entail, blue or grfry., I 0;i ',.•.
tnot tell.' Su with the 'rest_ of - the t'atur ,
The face- Was• all thera- , -a good, substont•
lace, too. as ever wits crtrveiLin-wood—loolti
ate too. rtendily, quietly, dind not witlifint ..
shade of hood -humored - shrewdness. It d
Ift)t search or fascinate, as heroes and heroin
do ; but it did• not sitrink from me, nor d •
pose , me to shrink from it. At last a thong
struck- mo:. - . ,• •
" Have I theltorior of speaking to BEN:.
:Nutt Fitton:us 't•''_,.._ •
• " Y u might easily have. made a grea
mistak •_I knew him-well." .
"Ar you thee connected with the fataily 4
" eapttnin Franklin was a member of
fon' ly.. I have never yet been charged wit *
crime ; yet you_ have ''heard- tee - vioieh
attacked this evening, My very'exiStence I
been denied." -
.." Your name, then, is COMMON SENSE ? '
.. Even, so. A man•lernutitled to full cre
who asserts that- lie knows nothing of me;
he should,-know something more than that
authorize:llls saying that there is no : Such 1
sen, My friondi_are not generally ashen , ,
of ray acquaintance." .
~•"" You are aware of the argutne.nt.eroplo:
try' the lecturer l'?-', ' , •
"Xes... - A man shows me levees and f ,
dollars and -
. sovereign!, grorirs,,,l --
florins, eagles. end "Napoleons, dimes , •
IrtineSi--fis-AtHproiil;4tirsomh.-.lthat. there l.t.
spelt., thing as policy in the'worldl lie .
met• With aletv" et each in New York, and
e"thiliits , theta - as a proof that the dollar is
conttiton hi the Uniteti.Sttites ?,!?
....11ere.a cigar entered the room, and -I .:-.
no,more of ~ . '.- • '., : . Commox' SENS 37
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Piamviati Toot Soar, 3lannfactured by E.
Perfumer and Cheudat, North Sixth N
Philadelphia. We: copythe foslowing• from the
lean Journal of Dental, Science :" ,
Toorrt Stear.—We have received from air. E. N 1...
of Philadelphia, a weld* of a Letergent Soap f t , t
Teethi a fixpstitutoi for Dentifrice. lie calls it Vert .
Teeth Soap, Mid' us' it la coinriesiat.of Peri •
Ilark, Myrrh, Orris Root, Mole Armenia). and the
Olive Oil Seap. :I'4l:tire Used It, and found it sk
hie and etfe.e.tire?' ; . • •
„Extract frohi the Report'Of the.Judgew-o _the
:the Maryland Meeharrics' Institute: •lkd
*l - N0.,1. A' ot of Partlio.lory,.&c.; by Edict
of Thllluielphie. This display is creditable to tl •
bibitor of the articles included init. Vie would
chilly ticket his -Perravivi Tooth Soap ami Meg
Soap. "They are undotibtbdly tho, best Etilley Son .
004 1 ) 11 , 10 n. :and (16$erVo . thl.) tirc4 preutitipi On acet.o
the, evident purity nr• the materiels- from -which
have, been made; their coxupaetness,,and freedom
greasY oder.r• • _ —t_ • • . .
'SOid. Drum and Fancy Stbr •t •Cu le'o. Al
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