Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 6, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 28, 1856 Page: 1 of 4
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"Our Country May always be Hcht ; but riht or wmnzOur ('nutitrjr.
I A 1. l A S DALLAS C 0 U N T V . T K X A S. JUNK 2 8 1 8 0 0.
ri iikiiiiii.li vrmi.
IJT Wu lliink llicrii muni I mi iiihi iniHtukti 1 jerkeil (tin) tn lli fur'h. nnl nl ocond Icnp
I TIMKIi KVINlri.!.S.
Unit llie iniiiit'iiliit n.irv contained in tliu itrtl-li-lo
liiluw. If tlwrit Im' uny Irulli in il w lliink
threw hcrncir the umi-e having by l hat lima
fastened nltonl tier throat .mil chunked her. He
llii-ii t i ctl her during which njierntion sha mi- (
i..l..r ll. ml.iiiiilrillinn lif Tllllllim Jefferson. Million which lave t'.l'r i.-f II f
il great apa.lle on the 1 till of April. I'-'. ! il is nn --I.n..y. l.-.i-fn't-.; I f .' -
the term of re-iibncn previous lo natunlii'iiiiin ;a pnul "i ''. I. " " ol ('' n
A Ptip t-t the Cuu.t'li.
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uiii nxiiruJ in five lean what il had been
vs-tJ" i- ... i "" uuiriubui li iauii enmity iHMURn which romantic pel ih ri
'TiTir'.'u'l."iU..l . """"Iij'l''.!..!! ri'ioliliiil to Imve iuwml nl'li'r her rupture. We
'1M;ll'aIrt"riiIi.0'wM un ! uliiuilil liko tu hear rrulu soiau liiuiid there mi tin)
1';;i.r..'r..'Vuuii.'i um. .m wmrii t The Wjld womanHer Btrnne Appearance
' '.' 2.!Vii miiijim w- auriei iMn im 1 1 The Story of her Capture Romanes Rea!
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rl...ul. I.uvoheur. trr..mliiin.ur(.raj-.on . .( m w lUtf ir ; Ulllcr Cenowl Wasl-intrnm ami where it m rp
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t'Ki.' n il.it .M I'i.'mi
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nn. -i l l' i i.i i.i im iiiniviiui ' ('..i-
v.ili'J llic il.il.;. 1. 1 llu o l'i'l'"k ! i'1
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.en ' .iM.I "inilili'u ii ii- . i'i' .il.' "tiiii-i. viit-.
Vi'lt'riluv wo nil'rd at the United Siulcs
llnli'l lo ceo Hip " ilu Wnniiio nl Hip W n In
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mi nil h'4 Imuil nn. I lin liml lllii llllll KIIIIMII ir eviT IIIIl'H rilIlllllll.'U. uu. iuiu ' "
ami hwIuI MiiiK li limKuf r i'Vj'iii iuTj. 1 Faiher ol hit Country wa never a Noiii i-aiijaw.
Afu r wti.-in-' tli" "irl Im Piii-r.xl ln r (I n Aii'dl-im. Thia ' Ai i-rii-an r xcolli'iite ' never p -
...i r i .i i :.; ( n..w m.l l.i I I.;. 'anv inun rtliocni U' br-j.iyU! ;
iuiu uMiini ini-iu riii;-- 111.1.111... ... .. ... . . . . . . . (
liorrii'K ami roolifii.-li n-n.il In. ;nthi..il .iml " Tin- lV'itivi Slav Law m all tW Sonlli Itliu bomu. 1 iv. Imn IM.o.-v.-. :.
ili -.f. in iIip vi.-iniiv Tlie pnnripul Irini i haa iilituiiinl in ilii Cuiiipromiio of ljD. Ii North Curnln..! h.-i . . i . ;.
wni Kinil of 1'ip.p red'lmws which were llinrp. is n lmv toti t il.cl both tipim the letter and the .certain i i.ou.Mana a:.l Jli'-.tiuii I
about very ibunii.it and she had u hind of a spirit of ihe- Ciinatitntinn and a timihir law ako t-ive him iheir V nrf. l..-or
t;.. ... ..Inl.i ..v....il.i. r imliiMieil hi. etmied nn mr MalUltf b-'l.s eV.V Mnc I he trm he may Miry nnd even M.inipp. tliniia
........ r. . .... .... .. i ir. .: il... i.i..... .i. il.. in mi mii i'hli"ink
'":... .v . 1 1 1'.-
ll HI '.I'll .
"Tl"' . -in! il .!.:
il Willi I
. i fi j i i'.'
m v .V us oilier i.
u' i'C'i'i! t'l I
t'li or'i'iiliu ill un
hi J u'MM'iih r..;.iiiml
tl.ii i1; pr vtiised lor
I'hcv e.r fi'J on earn
I'liiijiiiiivi.rou oniuiuJ - -
...i li'l" in U C'lliollJ' !!!e
. iii. r. -o.. A' i:e'l
in. kvii Arnlu. mi I IAD TurLi. I aci'i.li'ntallv
witii.'KM-d an exliiliitiun not bargained for. .A
tit! hi caino off Ictwicn the two Arab who
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... iiuMhiH. . . . I iiini'i io tec me i nu i iiiniiii in nit- ii iii-i uiiur ?iiiiiiiui in: l-iinui-iii il- ir ... ...i .".. . - . . . r ...i... ..... .ia...... i..
- A.iwin.i.ii"i ..rk.l ith il. nmi.w " i ii-rii.-. CMpur trud ired im into the room where she ami a o with u l.ind i I he nuns f.ivur . ( lujilivo s!:ic. our p-eieni ;i n ' im- ui i it i . .:. ..... i.i nf ilurk loutherref
' L 'ir . L -ri er . We W u lall. flly font were 0f a Uw i I iler hour or; tim ver nH h- cxmI m J. l- -'t rt ' " Ts it ZCH heTlJ inlet
mi. ii. led younif while mil fcantilv but mtailv e nth-; hti a Mr. Nonh.-uit nays and the hunierc that tie South will ever tamely burr ml. r tie I tine n o ... t;n.J.- .1 ti.- A Tnr'i of vir Lnwiiv frame in hi
w -l . : a.ahVvi.i . r rope abo lV waieunld ... el. cacily fron what nmnneof ; fihv a.y lW N....ern
AdKN'lS. am otmehed In n brd pn-t. The first iniprei- beaM llu-y were talien. It w.m his opinion olinouisi? "'I lul " .'; ..... ..1 : 1...;. ' -J.! . . iL cicb it litin'l
7 M.....'...T he pres. that she had Im.ml an animal . lend or . hut she ...Mm is but the bof a iM-mmi r .lay ' Ameruan -y . te " 1 " '; ' " '"-il. u. 1 oui J i LiS
."JiVHnr.": W """ " " ' em-e of a foM tnaniae. She Mnod . the fro... milt have been nfaeked by an I have h. ! wl.il- pi.i.-ipes .ten.. Tl" ...1.. a tt-M el .r 1 e le h u qu Js r .';
' S.?K'i"w..tii.ii..('r. ofthbed naniiillv hid.nB behind it. and roi-k- tered some be.t. Uut there is air of im- .1 m.i; x- one .li-r il.e i.ther. riv and sink and :or other r. . .. i.um-.. tl. i.nn .T-t ; What lire (Jcs.ijn ol .Eu'r''
ii...! wiL.i. ivim .li.HMr.imir. 01 "'7 "7'' Plr"" ll""8 """'" . an i ro K urtu .1 1.11. m i 1. ; r.ir..M n but the nriiiein'ei" nl'ile.mie. and tnoM 1 islinci!. J einzer.' lie'.wi a u -tp- rep-et to iIk-S" ani'imM m unknown. Uut It
ch. w. gim lurlMii.. Traui CMiiur. nj; slow v hill wi:h nervous uneasiness from probability about In.a t'ntt the sirnn. neil ol- tin.l nr.- lonjolt. t . out lit prim ip.i 01 ""' . ...;. rL i..wJ m bo n eviviiinenl and that thev
" ". 'uC fool to the other and Marin fixedly upon! most terrible reality ofthe woman hoMelf do- ' ra-y vhi-h w l:v inher I horn our rev proved or . ..ir V ; ''' " ' ! ' 1 'k
jWi:'.?iJ. M.-K r.timr.-.. UH u.i L.reat briyht imwinkinff eves wide- no. quite dispel; and we have not room here lu.in.mry la. u-. will endure to tdeS. mauk.n.l pct to ihmr on-. ... .1 J ' . ' j ' ui 9 Z
jii l'.ir.1i.(;iw.v.i-)'. Si. .winnd that rini' of white Vroindi-d the and now lo i reuo the puint. The cirmenis throuiout nil i-ener.tm..-. U il.e.o any true any term but .i..Uu: onU ! lh.'.rii . . . ...n mi! to t.J anJ ruise iroin iiiem
S;U;.r'BnrU''eTT':'; '"f he orb. n nnd rri.lful ex- ted the female from the teeth of hi do. For ; .her- ny de eiat thr.h.l xUUmA l.m- tr.vms a broader and more j . I ( U'.dnl.c . .1 e w . ;. .. J l 1 ' f . lff
l'.'..!.." i.J... rii.inw rio.w. tun emmy. ! " . ... ......... fi.. . i r.l .. rr.....l m ;i .r '. nn nr.Mi I. d ib'in.i.'rutiJ iVmi-vl- 'lieir cwn nowr n tt p.ilm.'i.Mv ly. t-v. . .. ""'. lur a sanity
ii . . i
I licre nmi til.
Ii. I. riirn. Hiriiiiin. llf.iy"n r'.iiulr
('At. H. II Ali.icc er.n..nllrnv inc-'Unlr.
A. UrjiT.iN Ki.. r.ili-Himi. N ivurp. ciumr.
x T. Li. T'TU-r' I'.iulT. Nii-nrr- rminty.
A. T. I.Liirn All.'n .. niton otliiiy.
B. H. VI in . r II ilimlll... l'k r.iily.
II. It. I. unfit. CUrLiilll' Ul ttlivr uiiiy.
H. tU. Iui.r.iv. I'.t l-u'-miT e.iti-.lli... Txai.
A. V. II..WI.I.I.. t . Onvullll. Hunt roillily.
Alio lU'.av 1. 1... Ilulu I. an In cumy.
Vn Ui ? N.'ir York Trllm.ui.
The Song; of the Camp.
A lllllltAX IMIOKXT.
Givo us a song !" tlio g'll.liers eriud
'J'liu uutur treiiuhe iiar.liii.
Wlirn the healed riii.h T the tiiinjia al'led
liruw weary of Uuiilmriling.
The dark lleda.i. in ailent scuff
Ijiy grim ami tliruateniiii; umler i
Anil the tawny mound ol'tlio Maluki'lT
Ko lunger l.elehcd its thunder.
There wan pause. The giiardntintn aid :
We Bturin the forts lu-inorrow ;
Sing wldln w may unotl.t r day
Will brio); enough of sorrow."
They lu.v iiloiiR the l.altery'fc side
It'i'h.ti thn Hiiitikinji cuiiiiini.
llrnvo hearts from Severn ami from Clyde
And from tlio hunks of I Shannon.
They sanjc of love ami not of f.tnnJ ;
Forgot was Hi itiiin's t-lory :
Kaeh heart renilled a dill'eriii.t nam '
Itut ull cang " Annie Laurie."
Voice after voice caught up the son
Cnttl its tender ia.-sinn
J!oe like an i.ntlieni rich and strong
Their hut tie-eve coiil'etfsi'in
Dear girl her nninn ho darcod not speak
. Y.-r. i.t i.lot not; gi'inv 1'i.iiler
Suncthing n.oi tho soldier's eheck
Washed oil' the stains of piwdor.
ieyotid the darkening ocean Inin.ed
The bloody su.iHt t H etui-!!.
Wbilo the Crimean valleys learned
How English love roinem'iern.
And o"cu iiguin n lire of hell
ltained on the Hussi.m (mirtera
With Bcream ofbhot and hurst of shell
And bellowing of tho mortars.
And Irish Nora's nyes are dim
For ft singer dunih and gory ;
And Knglitjh Mary urns for hiu
Who sang of" Annie l.ouric."
Ah Foldiers ! to your honored rest
Your truth and valor hearing ;
The l.ravestaia the tenderct
The loving are the daring.
nr.. m hi It.Mir.iil I he evei were ueen
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s. lowing lonil fonliuiieil aim cxecssivi! cxeitu- nisie inou i.oi ii.t.-u .i no. n-u v '"'
'ii.eiit or exertion nuiital or physiial. Her . was then taken three hundred inilps inlervcn-
'hair w.u long nn I thick hanging in heavy I iug her den and the nearest civilized settle-
'mailed masses and wiry tangles about her face' men.s in Cimjon county Texas with a rop-
i neck an J shoulders and in I'olur dark brown. around her wai-t tho ends of which were in
i Her complexion was fair even delicr.te and I the hand ol himself and his comrade while
I U r..t.ir. lo.-ile.!lv hnndsome. Her niouili ! 'he dos followed after. A" snon ns he could
' is finely formed the lips thin and red but procure he iuiu !ck so fixed
h'ohllv coinprefsed and her teeth even and ! the body a kind of cage in whic;
white. But iliere was liot that we could dis- her and conveyed her safely until he li.i.illy
cover uny trace of humor in her face and we cot heron a steamboat. She arrived here on
were informed by her captor that he had never i the Steamer Hickman. For a time she rej'"'.
scon her smile. ' There is not a line in her face: trd nil prepared food but now she will eat al
to indicnte any human pas-ion the only oran I most anything (hut is offered th.it is nut very ( Tin. I
of expression being her eye nnd lliat dues not ! sail or very sweet. Air. Noiih.oM sny his eou.-tr.tc
seem to seek or ever lo have known human I great ohj'-et ii to civiliz.' her te tea. h her lo pu-ui
symn.ithv. i talk and to hear her story for lie t!iiu'..s be is to th.
! Tho woman employed by Mr. N'orthco.t lo sure that she has talked at fome day nnd that
Tie the attendant of his " pet" as be calls her : she has a dim notion of having long ago been
j says that she has seen the girl look p!ea?ctl with folks similar to those she now finds her-
lev'en reem to be amused; but her litis never! self with. He is impressed from observing
vania who will n'ntnloti the?" sacred piiifi.
IV 11 II.' l!!..!ll.u:l (V.t ) Kil'iil'r r.
- riur-e wlil be r.... ..!
...ii.. ... .i... . i.:..... .r .:. .
: emu . nn -i . i" iu. ' " i
by !inwi..t' tint m the no nir nio: nf Mr. I id
.mnre the Ait"ri.-ii orgv!.:i!ion ! a? avtv"1 ".fr
Iari'.:r.icvt :-3 nck-Uepublioi:!? IiajJi't.'tit from ih - rhnrm-t.-r and pt-i'ion
into that of u crieit polun-al p-inv
can Ii.. meant ny
to it.' old eoiiserv
I curled in a smile and nothing like .
! ever found utterance.
i We need hard I v say ehr docs not
httiirh her that 'his is thu laet and thinks
' presence of civilized faces nnd being
liijk. e- tVc iV-. has caused dormant
lll'.'i.ioi'i.' s lo
Tin. onle soooi! she makes with her mouth islfainily revive. He d:savows any intention to
i Kind of iiiiimhliiic liioaninff. ornmbliiifr. with! make a snecul: ti.m out of her and ::nys ilia he
uhich. when bun jrv or ihir.-i y. she cypresses i will only take inorn-y from visiter.-
wh.fii the op-
I'iJ .'ill 1" 1 i i
n.iti.i:' rd' tlx- Mi .son-
desire to eat or drink lint sometime? her : tmiv use it for her benefit. II.'
I iittcndnnt says .she looks with the most annua-1 no examination on the suhj"cl an ! lias
1 ted curiosity at her (the attendant) and North- j several physicians lo look at his I range
Icott. when iliev are talking in her presence. If this i a Iioik and it is so wonderful
A Waif from the Past.
ami seems to wonder now they malco such J we are not ai.le to give il inn crenu tne gni
'noises with their mouths but they have not ! (whose age is pcrhap twenly-two or twenty
jsuccceded in iiidnciug her lo imitate them. j three years) looks ihe character she is made
j Her nose is handsome nod her profile well cut ; to personute so consummately tint the like-
land sirikiutr hut the only indication ofcharac-! was never before heard of or dreamed. We
ter in it is i kind of untamed audacity. There; would have it thoroughly understood that thh.
! is Miitl.inT IILp limiditv in her looks onlv .he 1 is no exairerato mill'of a showman hut a plain
Idiscomnosure. iniii'ded with defiance which and sobr narrative ol that which we saw and
! gleams in the eye of the panther. which was in the utmost apparent crood
The nppear.it.ee of a maniac which to our ' related to ns and which seems to be a v
Iglance she wore when we entered her apart-; bie. realization of Kouuince.
iment gradually passe.t away ami mere was a
! softer exnressiot and somethinir like n uenlle
glow of intelligence in her still vivid eye. Ue- j e make Ihe billowing extract Iroin a s;;eeei
Coming more composed siie sat down an. I her delivered by the Hon. Jami.s lit:i ii.wav at
nurse at our request brushed back the tannics ! Greensburg Fa. on ihe 7th ol Uetobi r Ihoii
of her hair showinsr her cheeks and forhead. when .he incipient Knnw-N .ithimrs were known
These were fair. The cheek was thin but its by the name of Diulirc Aiuerieaim :
outlines quite womanly and her brow and j " Front my foul I abhor the practice of miu-
temples show intellectuality of no mean or : gling up religion with politics. The do trui"
common order. Whatever she is or may have of till our Constitutions both Federal and
been she is by nature gifted with capacities of j Stale is that every man haft ii ri indefensible
high intelligence. i right lo worship his Ciod according to ihe dic-
STORY OF HEK CAPTltRK. j tufs of his own conscience. II..' is hath a
would interfere with
imlidate is he-
Stenmer America to-morrow for Europe Mr. j i...... ' s ;... ;n . Waehiln ninnn-! never to be made what foim of re I'm ions faith
Al. Ii. U. a irom uoston mis i .
Tin following letter is iutt'K siing hern use
hack so fixed as to make .-f "f thn infnrnialion it stiiiplies in regard Ii Mr.
I. he cotifin?d Fillnu re 's accepmm c of the know-nothing nom
ination. i is infinitely more i ner-'Mimr how-
ever. : s mi nii'.'.i'.Tiiic .. xjiositimi of ?dr. Fill-
more's f'piuions on the fiv.'al "f the Mis-ou.'i
I'll.. Iin"s ill ita'icp ndaiit of no ''(l'livn-il
lion 'i'ln v r iv equally p'.iuted and
in (h-clrrine; Mr. F. II u .oil's opposition
peal of the Missouri restriction nnd
inur him to lis resiora linn. What else
' bringing o iek the country
ti.'e p --it ion ?" And ibis re
sult ir. Fil'innr" prope-es to tieci.i.iphsh by
the in-trniii"ii'a;ilv t.f the " American parly"
" the ...iy clli i .;it Li u' ' on
punetns of i'i. i Iv .".-.is-NebiM-k
nnd oie.iiii;:.' lot' to ' l
" Ai'ieilean pan
S;?vi-d ai. il tlo
plate : the (lllle.
ino; .-In. ily i dill
is tie' most elii.'k nl ceiilfo " on
ly ii;' ! oi-eaiii.e r.n oppoitio i to
of ll K.ti:!as-Nebtas!.. IJi'J.
It'll not do to ?if that thpsfiarc .Mr. Iv n-
in'dv's n"l not Mr. Filluiui-e'r. 'e.itimeiii.s.
M r." Kenndy puis I lie words itiio Mr. F illmoie's
niouili hiid d-;. l-ir.:! thnt they express his
opinions. Kemo dy has a right to sp-nk lor
Fillmore. He is Fillmore's ctmfidoiilie.l Iri.uid
and iieeieilili d aeiil. Uut. io truth lie im-
piies that ii i- a niatler of notorii ty and uni
u'tntry. 1 lie aver
ivill scarce supercede
.d is required. Their
eie.ir V2'i to 150 miles
a livel country tiicy
on oiraiiiiti. Among
Id embrace eery fiivnd of the I mini ar.d the ' tt i.!k r Ihe v womd !. of lilt't use. as mi ir
Constitulion and s rung enough to c.mcei.t!iit hr-iglit with saddle i:c is about 12 lo 14 feet
n n.T.ver that will be found au iiU- to i ro v l I and would refuiiie a !ecir. road for them to
nod perpet'ialo botii. 'ry truly yo-i-i
JOHN I'. KKNNIil.V.
I w a. .
1 on a fi:
! in tv b
I. :il' nit i
)'i.y '.. tl : i
d ''V .1 eir'.-y
ol Uf t
: IV .. N.o. !;.! .:.-. sr. !.
T..e jR:tr.:rr.a 2a!lf0vl AerMrr.
la yes'erday i-vcnim.'s Fi.-nyno'- we
an ac tit (lal.i n trc.'.i .t'.io Asp::iw..i C
extra) ofthe frightful di-a;er c'li-h
on the l'anama railroad on tr.o th
.The New. York :p rs received liii
have farther and fuller aceouu:.
The Ci.a'ic'i aol F'.'oir r pu.
so! jolnod letter I'retii Col. Ti.f' n
I . . i . . 1 111 - 1 1
j and ll.
s line end wi.e'l
mhlicar . .ioietu- '''if
n their It ai'i :s be- . W e
of opinio; us lo wb
it. Mi'. Fi..
" aim al tie- s
'lice he I We
Ii to I'.ii-inciidea
eni'tiierr of the toad riv : i : r a i ra.i
of ihe fit !-
J'lNni:;i:r.'s ( i ic;
J- Sir We ht've I
The russeone r lr.ii.-i r in r-ii
of Tii;er Ii:!l l.r.r-! i-i:; up rig
ing and woundincr u liiiiiiher nl p.. 3s.:
in only cents! v t fit'ireii i.'ile
sixty wousiili'il tinl.y. iti wf-iMii ': i
b'tti broiiitht to our hospii.-.l :t this
1.1 '.' IM '
i l a' mi
a-; el '
; tliis .
tr.""l in. Untied cine ev.-ryil.inp y.vn
th ' i! a u iile hi ith. Jjrnjs. carriages &c fly
i.i i-wi y ilireetion ; nnd th.'-.-e or four were sent
to i'ov.di rlioru tu p ick nj. some thing1- belong-
iiC to tii'.'in.
''Tho captain ol .im Mexico h.ul a curiosity
to have a it'.tiH e.n : dr ime.la ry which laid
down at t!.e ctiii.aian.i of tlie keeper the
Captain mounted tin." unique saddle. Dut
when to" ilroto"l iry arose so'iio t'oiirteen feet
it." I a;:uio s :n "I as ili.m. !i he would as
.--.too .'i.ive !..! ( t'-rta tir na ; but the drome-
d.i iv tool. :oe or i.vo cite! -s niore to the
the hi .lr-: on. I thimi than
They li.riliy slartcd to Indi-
it'leinati niter them on horse-
".'Oil cut uf M"!lt. J. K."
' .'-01 in
.lei' ill. .1.
am! a -l.t;
where they are receiving ton attention o
s'lreeoiis assi-tcd l..y Dr. Hitchcock nn i other
iimoiig the pis-eng is on Lo:;r l th" Mevm-'i'i
(ieoioe Law (.ihont to s. iii or .-.v ?:'; -.1
who have kindly nlier"l tlfir ail Ttc: null' f
et-' are steerage p:'s.-'.'li'.'e;'s. .n.' cl tli.
cabin passeiioets are injure . Tie' ;c.';M!.t "
wounded I belie-. e. is fiili : "f il.e i.iii. I. .
fear thai s lit: .' ::iv sn.'l lie mid- 'm"r I e-.u
I r. Cli ire's
to .Mi-.i Mary I-
p-rl'orm.'.i on .Mt.
n - ( )u lilt! -Stil ot
I.). Ci'Mvli.n l was married
i'l tiy. late of Lnfnyetlle
'f'.ie uiipti.il ceremony was
i'i:inell i'nt n tli.; sun .
and 'i.iit'V au l tiuHtuliiiti with
..I' 'h- si
ilood of gi:d"ti light
' - i
hro!;i tt cars.
not known but wa
of lite j:ii-! of tl
.'n'elv :!i" ear t
iig ii- I'O.'pM'lg fr.iti! t'l: eii
foh'ov.'ing. The 'e:!:lit irtin
ti e 0Iiro. Th" )i.ss..-u;n- r t
at Mataeliii wh.sre the t't'
Center the snpertnteiidef.l.
would no! reacii 1'anan.a i:i
(ov.'in:; la th.1 il- !i.y hi
engine on the track) and f-ar
p'lsf i-ncers in r'.stiamtt t ' tin1
they were il . l.tye.i tin. ;'" k
this place. ):io of the p is- -
liioi.'rn some part ol
two train.-- wrre put
cars i.a whu h way I
'I'svio'i tli.it Filhnore recti
'igii'-d him in this letter :
e. sm.vfcia's i.i.TTi;t: o. Mil. nt.'-
! ' a i.i trtoi: i: May 8 135'.;.
r Sir lo answer to yoer inquiry us
Inflitu' Curioa!tio3 fo: Eir ope.
related by Mr.! Ingot mid a tyrant
The story of her capture
I l.rlli.rt ic ti:l rernnt-t.-.! r 11 iho ei.rmnri I lilt Sncref roillf. tll'll a
One uf the passengers who leaves by th j r 0.-- . v .....1 -rtv of pialu wnlil fore the nenole' for olfi-re. th
to the acct-pimicts ol tlio iioitnn ilte.n ny
Fillmore 1 can rt.!y snv that f em iodail
pectation of ii.arintr fro u h:m.-::ll ro the siib-
j. el. I !' o-..v inl' il lo Ititii. about llie middle of
'.lar.-h ih- !;;. i- of the Conuuittee apprising
him "f the pro -e. (lit. l - of the I .delphh
Coovctioii. inn! e:u;i I'.fier a tlopiica;-'. I
have as vet received r.o rotn'ituu...a!!i-1ii
ily. f attribute this to the ii
t out for lite north of
iust returned afieru lour ihrouphout the Slates
the Cnnadas. and the Uio Grande. He takes
with him several curiosities lo pcesent to the
Royal Dublin Society; amongst which are
shields bows nnd quivers arrows (which have
been taken out of Ihe bodies lately murdered
mm in rep!
tains 0.1 a branch of the False Waehiln river' be possesses but only in the lamniae' ol ..ir.
camped near an pxlensive nnd almost impene-J Jefferson ' Is be honest is he can.He !'
trable thicket. They were gold seekers hav-; " ' Di-mocralic Americans! ' What a nam-
ing been attracted thither by a false alarm that lor a Native Ameri.iin party ! W ben aii lit .
there was 101I1I in that reirion. which our read- records of our p:--t history n'ove tint Aic i" .
ie rtatiou in
'r.lee.t to ll
; r '! ' -. e
r-ti ati'i'.- i
.ails- e t:e i .
h.ihly .-.iiee- irr-
1 1 I ! 1 : i
. ! a-live
I- I '!
r.- nniier .such
: i f ill' i'utij:'.
ha-. " .1 I i'l'idli
ui.! i .e.v i -. i i
i !ecui:" aiv! !.e..vt -s
; i -anv the !. ivv of Il-tp-'
iiivi 1 tin ir p i'hwiv n
: 10 t:
al of I"
: I le
ers will remember had much newspaper circu
lation; and as nearly ns coulu be calculated
by Ihe-Uamanclte and Lnpan inotans .an.niti- ujr cnmp.w lS threc hundred miles distant
laSiStingingscorpioti.-tiCentipedes.ittttlesnaKes roin tht fron;er SP(emPns 0f Texas in what
and a young wolr caught in tne western pran jg rliniinrv rn.d (e Camanehe country.
rips of'Te.tas. where Mr. Maedonn has an
estate of over 14000 acres. He called on Mr.
Cunard to get permission to tnke the animal
on board! and that gentleman with great lib-
erality ordered the wolf shoul be properly
cagod and taken free. "No doubt the wolf will
be lionized by the passengers during the voy-
age. New York Paper.
We ore pleased to learn through an intimate
friend of Mr. Maedonn who is well acquainted
with the situation of Ins Innds that they are
immensely vnlunble and if sold at even the
present peice of lands would realize htm from
three to four hundred thousand dollars. Mr.
Maedonn was delighted with Texas and ns we
re informed has returned with a view of in-
ducing his family fo migrate ta this country.
Mr. Macdono was a great favorite with nil who
had the pleasure fit his acquaintance nnd wp
should be highly gratified to hove him and his
interesting family settle among us. While in
this city he wasduly initiated into that highly
military and patriotic order the "Lone Star (if
the West" which order we are pleased to
learn it is his intention to establish in Dublin
on his arrival. San Antonio Herald.
Militahv and Naval Power of Gkkat
Britain. The military forces of ihe British
Empire according to the estimates just pre-
sented lo Parliament and the official list em-
brace 2-16716 men exclusive of those serving
in India and paid by the East India Company.
The militia of the United Kingdom has been
fixed at 120950 exclusive of the yeomanry.
The yeomanry includes 25S officers 14486
equipped and mounted men
The British navy numbers great and small
including those for harbor defenses. 703 ships
carrying nearly 17000 guns and 235 steam
boats having more lhan 70000 horse-power.
Besides which there are nt least 150 powerful
merchantile steamships which may be render-
prl available The British navy comprises.
afloat and building 74 sailing and 22 screw
ships ofthe line from 72 lo 131 guns; 6SsaiI-
ing and 25 screw steamers of 36 to 60 guns
45 corvettes carrying total of 1000 guns
114 paddle-wheci steamers carrying about 425
guns. The new formidable gjnbonts are rot
jn-Tuicd in the above.
can Democrats have ever opened vvi.li ilu -ir
nrms to receive foreigners (lying from opptes-
sion in their unlive land and have tilways he-
slowed upon ihem the rights of American citi-
zens after n brief period of residence in this
country. The Democratic p.iny have
rloried in .his tjoliry and ils fruits ha
fi. M. Ti'TT
Tresi I m.'.
The lime the
eye the beauty
lu re hold nnd rug-
h in picturesque
. s of th- speaker
.1' tl- ci reinoiiy
: II il i-e.i..'T.Ce ail
1 ;.n.ir of it tore limn
. 1 '!i.- who were in
0 ihus entering upon
1' iMtst have been an
it pl.t.- ire and many
ilip cn.nn-MV. orient
tnvorable auspices' be
. May tliev through
ss c.;iai.s" of mr. ire's
ni at their feet : aivl
1 : 1 its cheering light
it shall have led them
nwv ji:n':n J nuts.
'.'-. V" pa .-.plilets ypeak-
.1 .-1; -riVti
1 is- I.
'i ci' ii'.up.ial.
to increase our populalioti and 0:1 r power wit.'i :
ed rantdity ami to turoisii our couu-
I inunln1 rvlitr nnd In f'.i ii-t!
try with vast numbers of industrious patriotic
ittitl nselul citizens. Surely the uarie if
' Democratic Americans ' was nn unforiuiial"
One night in March it was his turn to watch
nnd there was briirhf unclouded moonlight. In
the middle of the night he saw a figure np-
nroachinir that seemed to him to be a Cninari- une.xnmp
che nnd he lay close and at full length upon
The fitjure approached vvnlkincr briskly and
passing within twenty yards of him. entered ! designation for the Native American party
the thicket ; nnd he saw by the moonlight that ! " The Native American party an ' Ainen-
il was no Indian but a young woman dressed enn excellence nnd the glory ol Us lounder.-hip
in n robe of skins. He' was amazed beyond belongs to George Washington I ' No ftllow-
.nnimn nnrl told hi4 pnmm i inns of his dis. citizens the American ncople witi ns? tll U ll!!
covery but they boated nt the idea and con-
tended thnt he had eena Camanehe that they
would no longer be safe in that locality nnd so
next day they packed their mules nnd hurried
oft" for Texas in spite of entreaties. They
were all green in the lore ol backwoodsmen
but he had spent twenty years on the frontiers
and knew what he was about
American Stale d uvet;
North Carol in. i. that a f
ifi-d :r;.-t piiiiee may be
tit an early ilr.y.
Ir in iv h" iutl-ed tiiai Mr. Fillmore hav
iihvays j ing received the aiimiunceme'.it o! the commit-
e bieu tee at the moment of his return from the Con-
IT 3 .
Iv be given. Mr. I'liloinr?
pressed with n sense of his
line I to Enylatid may drier his ii'isuer until
ll.--nrriv .i lie re hiimelf; but neon the qiter-liou
of itis ac.-ept.-tnc- you miy .issiire your fri iods
there is no reason to doubt itott. it will ivrtuiii-
s ton deeply im-
ity to the'.'o'inlry
to shrink n! such a lime as (Iih from ihe high
al of.it i rm
a a period
in ih- tlo-
lotiTns the recent memory of our countrv.uen i lately been made upon him by ihe LoovctKio :i
no such party could have existed. The recnl-j in Philadelphia. Ho would not bt the i.vin
lection of Montgomery Lafayette DeKalb. ; he has proved himself to be it" I'lom any fear
Kosciusko and a long list of foreigners both . of coinest or ennsidt ration i f cr -on 1 cms- !:
officers nnd soldiers who freely shod their should decline a si m nvi- wi'l ii s . 'iro. ...!'.
blood to secure our liberties would have rrn-. oddn ses itself io his patriotism.
So strong an impression did this incident ! dercd such ingratitude impossible. Uur revo-i I know and to rtn you w.th w.'nt ymjxm-j.
make en his mind that late this winter he en- i lutionary army was filled with the brave and ; rrsrrs Mr. Ftihnre nutcd the aclia.i qf Ihe r-rrs-
ra'tnn ami Us Irn na.. i.i o.-yig
i he 13. I a nttn
; ihe viols io X-'v-r Ofiesn o
ih- American pr!y. Th-rt
irotitr.idictfiry si-.! e'tfol ; i
parly pgr; --red.
' The riot at t!.e eii-; ou
; the must serious cf the ibis
I The Delta i'ives the eri-. In
f.. lows :
A nalur..lieil citizen (a
not speak Fri r.ch very well
t'.l'J coo. 111. UC:.'li:
h . "
ih ' thi
ci great thoulif
i prol ir- l i!i -re?"
' el!?" W.i-hiolon.
i;y. "What great
for ih- homeless.
e-tio'l tor ill" Op-
llvt tip.'": or-; ihin:.'
ar-iiip r: I v.-ntty ad-
one . ih. I - xt-nt of
r: :i a la.ire and ini-tid
responsibility cast upon bis pollti
He is ii'.vure. lliat his past service
of sire.! eioli'irr iss nenl and .liitg'i
one accord to vindicate the memory of licit i!-: niostte nfiiiirs of th- l.-.iton In-
lustrious man from such tin imputaiion. As nrincinal indiicc.i.:i?nl to tho rail
some qtierirs irotrt one r t
nat doing -o correctly a c
swered lor'ntm. wlier-unni :
ers curvet! !tir and wish.
hitsiiit'Ss had he in ir.terf-ri
and i.-inr.ediu! i ly ificr Jrr v
";"r.'.l li;lt l!i.n co;r:!
wi.s re pi
Wi-.; ivtites to .M r. M.j.vntt kicni'.'.
'i!"ii of Mount Vernon central com-
mitlee adrisinij in r iissocinfinii to -iriptoy t'.lr.
Kvcr.'tf to anplv io Conges for SOO.OOlb and
Mr. Ti' pig
c.-.url c-i j!
ii ) r i '
Ln to eae ' '
r i ! i ; : pt ;cr
r.ailiitig tn h;.
.nude un f .r
-c of Wc.: !;
;o i ol ti
timt-s ;:i tot
shot iwo cr thn
..nd rtnbbcJ in sw. p.'a : -.
his wt'el.-im hi! avr.i ti'iu
fatal '.vennd. Louis Char'-et a yor.nv lawyer
air! Mr. Lr.roje e.v.v rtahVd rit the &me ti';e;
the latter we believe n il' se'.'i.'.itsly.''
Ti e Sirili ins v.'ete puis.ied to No
Levee street and two of lli.vin shot.
ayune'S Mjto.nent reprerent;- the Si
ha vi;. g been the Jirt lo shoo!.
M limht h.'it.ls e! lawless i . i jj p
cant" inn tii."
G.-d v. r i
but a short ' :
bnt for the '.
orn. oil h '.
w :'il the .
-('.'U'ij rf a f
nti'i '" n few
0 Unk.l '.''.'.':;
acre nj cc-
fof Us wit'e
'et:t editor of
I ineii see. 1 1 ho .t thtftr isnctarr.
ue previous to its i!:;roverv. mi
-thru h" h"J .! a .'ifti' in.'tcB.'
we she-lM cri iiulv chart's' h;:n
tp copy l-oo'i
-.niittv J various a..-t of vto'e.te;-
en the woman enter the! the United States approved the first law which I U Ihe tray nf a erf id i:t.t!l i.itrd ; and the day but sever:;! of then vv-.-e l-.-pt opei-
g in order was to search i ever passed Congress on this subject of until-' irhrn the mhrhicf hir hern duiir T wr' .W : notwithstanding the Mayor's r eae.-r. "Iho
vere not long in finding j ralizatinn ; nnd this only required a resilience j h loh irii a tlmng faith the Aw rirrn f rue. -'ry. nhich investigated the cause
cave or rather a long ; of two years previous to the adoption of a for- i party a the only effective an'rr '' of the d-:.--i -f the two Sici!i.t-.. licit!-' a stun-
among the rocks which J eitrner as an Arricriean citizen. On the 2'Jth i the intelligent and patriotic fritH-l J the ; tv "it n vvhieh all bu! fvo -.'ioi Tel th. :hes:
't "ijl. I 'it I .l.l ':
pull '.t.i Hi '.
Hut Cluy a . i
.fs-f l;nf i n'r"
V.ii i .s
V 1:1 r
V l it K
r i ; ;ti; tiANNt.-:
i I I :ll Vl l t:v
ill .CM ii-i llsn .
' ii. i f-:r ! -ia. r in-
i ' . ' 't t : t i'-'
i ill I-
lie Iraous ol
in the Ciiy
'.h of Ju!v
listnH hnlfn ilnien hnrdv fellows to accompmv ! patriotic natives ol their lands; ami l.ieoree : it.' ra'i
him nnd set forth on a trip lo the aclnta j U aslungton v.as their Unniman.ter-in-l.niet. -! l.'ial Hilary an t t-'-r.v. ttts- tisw.i on .
mountains on a hunt after tho wild woman j Would lie have ever closed the door against ; iltirrry. '' the alrvl:o:i of the "''''''"'"
So many difficulties were encountered and the J the admission of foreigners to tiio rights r.f of l'ii! n.rl n;'!'i it the rr;n:u! if the old A 's-
weather was fo severe that all his companions' American citizens? Let his acts speak for ' sr-itri VontprontLe. l!cfi.nsiw in it r'tn' has;
but one haokorl mil. Un' nrossnd lorwaid. bow-1 themselves. So early as the &0'.h ol nlarcli ..ot so s-vll'l real.zed a m;re (.rasHralct r.vt- sire ';:nilco;
ever and early in March reached the encamp-1 1790 General Washington as President of tn-it ii .f trrihm-l strife na inrri.aed diffidd- j TI.e ni"-t of ;h" bar-rooms were ' l-s....) during
ment where he hnd seen the woman enter the ! the UntteA States approved Me lirst law which . it ;i lite: tea if ol p-pcrjiu ui.iu.icu ; ana ? the liinr loit sev r:;i ot uicm v.-.e .-.-p.
thicket i he first thine
ihe thicket and tliev were i
ai kind of den a little cave.
and narrow apperture anions- i
ne was convinced must be her hidinc place. : ot J.innary l !) tne term oi resilience was ex-1 may on rmuea ami nruanr.t'i a .. .- -. ; iu-i w ere t.::ci ey peisv-e- ulmh-w "" w M
With this conviction he waited and watched tended bv Congress to five years and thus it I of Iriusfitt? h'uh the c-itdry tn i ' o' c-mstr- i jurors in cons-qu-a-rc o
lor her two days and nights when she came. I remained throughout Geneial Washinslon's j rat ire p'ifion nilh reference i: v -.' . .Ar;i'i'j occurred during !i" -he:
lorlh. He says that he had been afraid to enter administration aim until the accession nl .lohn dnsninon. I le con tides n Il.e o ;-l'V "I ll at in Urlntns street on .Mouii.iv
the den and that now his first care was toston! Adams to the Presidency. In his admiuislra-; pdny lo the Union its deroth :: lo tne consti- uhii h riot the said individual;
up the mouth of it and wait for her to come lion which will ever b? known in history ns ta'ion its truecsiiinaie of th- mi'ionai er.ti- from the itimony 'aid be fee toe juty to ; .ifi!r (ti- r ivsv.jj. fspecia?!y ii ihe ' more
back. After a few hours she returned and i the rei-n of terror as the era of alien and se- J ments of ihe people and its di-tiru.inniion I? have participated ami act-jd n; courer: wttu ; di'tn-.toooiries. tint by eppoiming their Sfp-
took alarm on observing that bet door in the ' dition laws an act was pas--d on the 13th of t maintain a position which shall enable it to . ihe urgrrsrors. :e.;n-iives in the Leg:slrr they tvou4 be.
rocks was clof ed acainst her. He hnd two i June 179S which prohibited any foreigner j check the excess of faction in both extreu.es ol j . : s iil of a rcprns'e.vt! ;.i t!-.e Cki'nvr.tic3.-'-'
does which he set upon her and after runninc from becomine a citizen until after a residence North and South ; he confides in !hei as pre-1 p.v 'v...v i T-' -.-- :. The cruse is c.e Ii I'es at the foondr.ircs "
about one hundred and fifty yards she turned . of fourteen years and this is the law or else seating a basis upsn which all sotted and ar-1 f jn'anss v-ad hec 'making ts':s firimf- out j of cu; p r.s.-crttv a 5 !nte. ;rd it &w' dt
.iiti's area. There heir tii vvomtn laemanJ.- unttcd. c .-pr.:ir nn-. e.Te.-.ct r.r:iort.
-r Ti hiro i d titR' a m -V. ' 0Jtf . lA.: 3'..ti v-1 1 tl --
-ltrwt. to I
i-o.ly riot which
ioIJ nt the ro'ls i
.- ill io-t. ard in
i ape -r(
- on y to :
- Mlt I
r.--:nt.y to tn- caust
i-y t iv ii:r! i; publicity
.-.'lire i!o ipp 'in!-
' - -nty i tt the
sportfully suj j Jt
about ns if confused in her fricht nnd fled tol nernetoal exclusion which General Scott pre
wards the cave. He ran ta meet her with a ' ferred and which the Native American party
lasso in bis hand and es hc approached wor-l now desire to restore.
ried by the dojs he thew it over ber neck ar.d ' The Presidentuu election of 1SC0 secured
called off the
-. f-"-.- J.. n.f Ana nr. A n n i t it' ft ) C'irwrn
nest it c..u. OI . '" ' - V --r " i il a wo
acv may ce uanea in ma a::miiiiirn:vi
Ibe virulence wi:ii
?r.i ?!v ci"j sprii? th? 9c.ftdinry the DCTnscratic party and :;-ai.'eJ j :s: r.jw b
m trus p..:
I inr re tr.e tj.n:
iattu h pre-e
ipl'on c'au. to j'.
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