r and the clods of the valley; the other—far more to be pitied—lives to execrate through years of anguish and remorse the hour when he was impelled to imbrue his hands in the blood of a fellow-being.
Mr. Graves we know personally, and a milder and more amiable gentleman is rarely to be met with.
He has for the last two years been a Representative from the Louisville District, Kentucky, and is universally esteemed and beloved.
Mr. Cilley was a young man of one of the best families in New Hampshire; his grandfather was a Colonel and afterwards a General of the Revolution.
His brother was a Captain in the last War with Great Britain, and leader of the desperate bayonet charge at Bridgewater.
Mr. Cilley himself, though quite a young man, has been for two years Speaker of the House of Representatives of Maine, and was last year elected to Congress from the Lincoln District, which is decidedly opposed to him in politics, and which recently gave 1,200 majority for the other side.