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,.C. WILLIAMSON, I eWto..
T. i. iIGLTOK')(Ii--BLi?-uEH.
HOLTON t WILLIAMSON,
North Cemlina Whig will be afforded lo
.uWntwra el TWO DOLLARS in advance, or
"ttO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CFN ISif psy
iuit be dcleytd for llireti Biontlie, eud lilliFE
piiLLARei at the end of llieyear.
A ivi rlin mi lit" inserted al One Dollar prr square
(IB lirie cr lees, thi ailed type) fur the iiral inter
iimi. and 25 eeiita for each rontinusnc. Court ad.
tttiimnieiil and bhenlT helve chsrged 25 per
hjslicf : and a deduction of 3.14 imu rent, will
te made from thai regular prate, fur advertiscre by j
he ;iir. Advertlncmenia innruo inonini) or
quarterly il per rqiiare fur earh time. Senii-niouta
v 1i emit p' aquara for each lirue.
S'AII Icllor relative to the Kdilorial Depart
mm. I muni bv direoii d In i lie Kdiiur. And all Ut
tirmm buitinwa '" lob Work, &.O., mul be dirae
t( to li b l'ubiilier. All IrtUira null be nat.iaid
or they "ill not bo attended to.
fr I'lymenia can he made to either.
j7-p.,iiiii"l. r aieaulhoriK-d to art aa a;cnta.
Where now is Henry Clay ?
Tb quaal.oa raa not lonf ainc tauntingly ask
nl Sf 1 lorofaco of a Whir;. Th latter time -
care through tha Louiaville Jaurnil ;
H liera ie h T Aak Ilia e.igl.ly Koat
Of f-e.'inen to our ttltva Und !
A m.llino voieea ill reaiiwid,
While ea h one (iroadlf iU hie kand,
Te hn warm heart and wiM la'.
Far loin itiey lienor, auewer lira '.
Wkare ie bo t In tb frrn North.
la il.e vaal einp.ro of tbe VVei,
In the rwwt lo !.:'! t,f the "i.uih.
That rally. of aimt ie knoieo and blaal
tn Und watcliwrnd ot t'.e free
The aallor ehoula it on the tea.
Where is hot Fir byood ll.e reach
Ol liia fierce uuf.fit of lore
In Viin d ee mal c etrive to eruah
Cnlloaaal (.mtue with tie b'owa
The arrowa wtnfad with ef.rioa e.m,
b-oik on the bofht abwld of tie fame !
VI,ro ia We ? tt"t,( n I) would U jraat,
Ti" p.rif pip.!iic4 of to day,
Are all f rg. mankind will wop
Aruund ll.e heiiow4 grata ol I Lav !
V bre titan will tie tba oantea woo dare
laun.a In in ? Kclis anawjra where f
ar a. e.
tie f to me, (., I I'm ad le nicht,
A are.glit ol f sef on m trfal
Ahd thy teaal vaieo aioa.4 eaa ehar.11,
M i aa.rit to Ma aronutl re I.
Tiir-reV ri.ua e 10 trie aot g of bo Oa,
Uil limaa. ti ey niaaa rn:h aialody,
I' j maa.c fru.n thy l.na, o.y love !
la aarcoter than all elae to ate,
B.nr te toe leva, aod let thy voice
Jte awee ly tn aome favorite strain,
(ormeaic bee a boly power
To eharwi my apirtt trorn its pain.
Aod wlten Ilia atara be.n to gw,
ilu.ir aoeart the cjoMrt faymo ol eve I
it wloapere of aome far oil' land,
Wbrre wo at Uat ahll c.-aa to ffr.eva,
lrr4o'e eiMe fVes'rrc.
From th Stirling Jas.'aal.
ISomaiacr el" Krai 1,1 fr.
The following fact poaaea aome striking
points of mtrreat. We may premise that
the iory is strtckly true, tha i atnea only , fur
obtious reasons, being suppifssed.
year 127, yuuna woman, of ale
C"nt nvror.lsee. rniraeed in the service of
elergvmsn's family in the west cooairy, be.
came ac.pumted with, and furmed an attach
ment to, a young man in tho neighborhood.
A child, the result of Ihi attsenmont, was
U ti natrly, from the inability of ei'her of the
pirente to support it, consigned In Ihe care
f the grandmother on the father' aide.
Tha mother had frroirent ommrlunittee of i
eeuig and hearing of her boy whiU she re- !
wmed in that quarter of the couniry, hut j
ortia lima afterwards she left the noiehhor. !
hood, and removed toadiatance. After- I
rds lha lather left the a-ne diotricl also, j
nd removed 10 I reland, taking the boy along (
with htm. Some tear oed wav. and. i
bemg mutually ignorant ol each other' place
nf reaidenco, the niothnr, after using mean
to ditcuver whither her child had been re
moved, gave up all hopa of obiaunng Ihe
much-desired inlolligence. She conducted
herself well in the gentleman' family in
b'cli she sr ved, and, 111 few year after, :lr his hand. Ho glanced In keen, shrewd
su ollar of marriage wa made lu her by a eye '"isurely around the room, which eon
respectable tradesman, which, after candid- ' moment no one hut the clerk
ly relating to him the circumstance of her I ,J "'vsell.
pieviou, life, he waa, by reason of hi at- " 1'oiid of reading!" inquired the pettier
lchmenl to her, induced lo repeat, and she nf ,h8 cleik, when he had (unshed hi cber
gratefully accepted the olT. r. lu tho proee- J vatmn.
fuiton of , business he soon after rem .ved ( " I"' 4?8 ,l,ne 10 ,cfl(J' 'el,I"-'d lho
to (,4now, where he commenced business j clerk.
teginecr. Tim lathsr of ihe boy, in ! " 1 ra,hor K"M Sl bo"k hfT 'r"u d
"re ne ar. time, had also married, and by him lo reudr" continued tho pedler, per.ever-
vnutii, when he grew up, was aent lo and j
completed lit apprenticeship with an engt
in Ireland. Hubseajuently the lad went
"Oissg.iw in search of and obtained employ
iwiit, by a singular coincidence, and w ithout
k,wwled0n either td of Ihe rela'inn
l"P, from the engineer who, a wa have
'3'J, had married thu boy mother, and,
"m lha fact of her not httving aern htm '
1 " was an infant, ahe never suspected,
"' indeed Could not nnasihlv ' ase recoeuix.
mm, at ,er 0(l
ng-lost boy 1
( 'i arpeun that a brother of tho lad's fa
'.'if happened lo keep a booking office foi
parcel, &e., in the city, and to him, among
w""r. the fiitbcr had aomi limes, in hi let
'', allurlffl to the mother of hi boy, and
ina natural curiosity lo know what had bo
c"m" f her. The young man wa occas nti
!y ill Iho habit of calling on hi falbei's
brother, anil reading or talking over any mil
'"it letters they might receive from hi fa
,h' "i Ireland. It chanced one day that a
dtetserj, and even lady-!ike wemin, ea-
errd the itffice lo book a pmcul ; 1 1 . o man
fixed liia eyes upon her, and said ho had
some distant recollection of having seen her
before, and begged, with all civility, lo in
quire whether, in her youth, she had been in
employment a a servant at a mai.e in tin
weal country which he named. The lady
replied (hal the had ; and, ever anxious re
garding her buy, and having no reason loi
Concealment, eagerly inquired if he eou'd
give her any tidings of her son.r.r if ho knew
anything concerning hi in? Tl.e mini told
her thai he was himself the brother of the
bry'a fa i her ; thai, bavin,? seen her in former
eari, he remembered and recognized her
countenance, and if ahe would cull at hm of
fice on the succeeding evening 7 o'clock,
he wou d make arrangenieuia whereby her
on ahculd be in attendance, and the might
iia him. Tha inlereai and anxiety, it mny
be imagined, of the woman were great. Hhe
had not heard of her b' y, alter ninny vain
endeavor, for the long pic ol twenty yeara
not even by letter ; and here, by a eiiigj
lr accident, when ahe Ititl expicled it, ahe
waa on the (olhiwmg evening lo aee and con
verae with him- She immeilniiely weni hoiii'
ud told the circumaidtice to her huibmd,
and deep waa the intereal he alao tnuk 111 tho
matt-r which au muih concerned her; lor
: he had been to him a good and fuilhlu1 wile,
iaml if ali had erred ahe bad Wuhh.-d ItWHV
1 . . t 1 .. . . J . 1 , f
I Willi .onj; lilliuw auo I e-.r.nii , an,, il,-, ui
ill others, bad deely forgiven her. I lie in-
terveiin.g lime, it may be tuppoaed, eeemed
long and tedioua, and it waa with an anxtoua
eye and a palpitating heart that she en end
tho flice ol Ihe boi k keeper the auccc edinn
evening, few niiontes l. fore ttie app nt d
bour. Tiiij mail informed her that the lad
had not vel arrived, b it would be there a. on.
end, handing her seal, told her that he
: would ch.ae a half siiuller of the aide ttuiduw
vl.e.i he came in, by wtm h signal ahe wnuld
I know that il wi her ion who eolnred. l'eo.
'pie csn.e and went for a considerable tune,
and the no.ihfi'a feeling and anxiety weie
every ni. ment increasing, when one of her
hual.aod'a wtukmen entered tlie . Hire. Sue
I li.aiioctivrly lurried aw ay her head, for she
likeil 001 ihal one in her ru-band' service
1 afiould bM-rve tcr at auch an anxioua lime,
but at thai inaiani the half sbotlcr was haati.
lv eh oed : for it waa indeed her son who had
entered, she gazed at bun as he lood in
hi prime, and her wonder wis great that
ahe anou'd recounts in or.e of her hu'lian J'a
work men her long-lost son ; but I lie preced.
ilng ai 'e y and the h..ck were to murh,
I and J .he looked alie her a me pale and lain!
)ed away. Restoratives were iM.anediately
1 procured, and, on t er being completely re-
'covered, an eipUnst 00 bt li.r extra. udiiiarv
icircuma encre w cooioiuiiii sii'd u the s
j Ailbasugb he bad bid ircq.M-nl uWHa'aa to
I apeak to h'S mistrra. Iht-re had nin been the
i ieat upicin on either aide, of the close re-
ltiimship. They went hone lo r.er hue-
I li.nd'a boose and ln place of bus.nea to
'gether. Her husband wasamnz d. as well
lie m.gh' be, a' the torn matleis had tsken,
(and indeed it waa a subject ol deep interc,!
j to all of them, lie waa ple .sed lo find that
hi w.fe' son waa doing so vve I ; for ol
cour-e, a hi maater, lie knew him well ;
nd shortly lteiards, hating o d .. Il lenre
wuh hi friends on hi ho ha I, and kiiowing
the lad's ability, he (.rocur.d lot bun a situa
tion as engineer on one of the Lngliah rail,
ways which he still bold. Only about ten
months ago Il.e lad tnteiceiled and obtained
for hi lather a iiilotr ilioa'e situs ion on the
same lino of railway. Ihe eubJued and
grateful thoughts of the mother may well be
imagined. An absence of nearly twenty
years Could not in any degree nhate the feel
ings of maternal attachment ; and though
she had olteu deploied the error of her ou h,
it was with feelings of thankfulness and a
gladdened heart she contemplated ihe extra
ordinary chain of circumlancca which, un
der Providence, had, restored to hi r, afler
,rh a protracted separation, tl.e child of
The passage of Ihe Maine L
has aff. riled excellent food lor tl.e wit to
sharpen ihsir masticators on. I un follow
ing 1 about a good a j ke as we have yet
read. Nu doubt, however, but that we shall
have occasion to laugh over many a similar
incident before wo are many weeks older !
About a fortnight since, tall specimen of
Yankee miiiumc ure arrived m the good city
Portland, in Ihe State of M line. a. d estab-
''"bed hnnrelf and luggage at the Kim Hotel.
Fbi luggage consisted ol a until valise and
large ohiong box, ccniHiiitng. for the in-
peciora nun rx-unineu oe cninnni, .lusm.
!y of '-)'" bs, richly bound, which the proprie.
' lur il"d b"'ught for the purpose of retailing
about the env .
j After seeing his properly p'accd in iho
,onr" allotted to him, the pedler made In
'ppfnre at Ihe t.lTi.'e with a snm'l tolume
What is it T
" Well, it's a real good book, and just tight
for tho limes, loo, 'cause it'll give R man
spiritual consnlstinn ; and thev do snv thai
what a man can't get very easy in .Maine
just about now.''
" Thai very true; but ) our consolation
unfortunately, my friend, does not happen to
ne n 1 me r.gi.t so,,. - . ,.
There was a cunning leer in tho poddler a
eye he inquired- !
.. .. .
a K.l nl . lo. r, l.l inrt . hat I
aa Wl I .;. ...,,l' .!, Inrlr he. i
O IHII I anil jjllt H, BI.IU.UWW.V.. ,-..-
a Cue. I ah. II anil ton this book, then."
aid the pedler, dec dedly. 1
aa Vl'lo.a i aia,oa l,t,h,i lot, I n.n tho name I
of it yet I" I before plural nouns no one can say ahouses,
' It' Pilgrim' Progres." j a horses, a "
Oh, bother I I've read il al least a dr-zen) Hold, there," snid the parish rlerk ' I
tiniest" j must contradict you in that. Don't I at
1 ' Hut Ihi is an entirely new edition." ' (Church, every Sunday any a-nunt and the
' 'Uil il'a all Ihe iBia" j prayei-bot k know better than you."
" Beautifully engraved."
" Oil ! nonsense 1 don't want it."
And bo saying he commenced writing a
gain, visibly annoyed.
" fc'uy, yeuu, better look at the picter,"
continued the prd.er, thrusting the book un
der hi lime.
Thia movement hail nu aHtoutidii g i fTect
upon tliu cleik. He jumped ( If his chuir and
lii ui to ei iiiniii: li.u volume engeily ; but
much to my surprise, without opening il.-
Then .... ...i..lo .i,.fi,..l ;,!.
ne H-kcil 1 lie 1
.e eked the ,,ce and , inch. -aed il.
" .y, yeou" aatd the peoler, after the
harguin bud beenconrl.ided mom g toward
the door" Say, enii, if any body eUe
lioiil.l ee thai hook and want lo get another
jtml like it, ai nd them op to 73 m.d I'll ac-
Uommo.lule em luai atiout hm . llipg
And eichnnpifg a verv rjnppr and myste.
riuu- I k ob the clerk, the . e.ller vunnh. d.
" M hat on ear lb n.aiieyoii buy thai bx.l ?''
I aake. I the e erk, a- he I. id g'.ne.
' See here a moment."
I u 'miiced and looked over his hnu!der.
Turning op one end of the bo. k, he removed
una 1 1 lnie,and discovered a at. -ppie, w ln.h
ho uo-rreiaeU and 'hen band.d mo the b ok
; bull i appln-.l nierhautcally to my mouth.
I " h it it, 11 1" ki'd he, laughing,
i 11 ItramR' l,v I " i.i.iui,id:I I i.mim
1 .. 1 ... 1 .1 . . . . ....
1.1 iu IDhD UfUdHI, OIlU IIICO IIIHKII.g liaChS .
lor the door.
" Hollo ! vt here are you going 7"
' " Up tmra ; 11 l.av j.j-t atiuek me that the j
IMgnm'n I'logrea wni bo an excelleiit addi j
Hon lo mv library."
The r.et day the pedlar' stock was ex !
Yesterday afiern.,01. a lather genteel look
ine yomg man walked into 1 he bar of tl.e
uodriitt HoUie, am! c.lled f-.r wht-key I. "1
dy. Ill- am aeive.l, ninl afier l.e I ad ditiok
the toil.iy, he obta ne l a eiar, nod at h v
Ihe lire and b-i-mely pud 'd 11 aas. II"
thn ra'led for armiher toddy, and having
plarea) H lieneath vel, he calm v button
ed hi c .a', pulled on hia gluves, and turning
lo the baikeepei, Said :
" I -m ready, "
j 1 ou are
leany, arc you
tl!, sir, your bill is twenty
" I was aware of th-it fact." replied the '
patron, Inhtir g his arnn nod turning his lace
tow art the ! n.r, ' ar .1 now I'm read) ."
; " Ready l'-r what ? ' '
" I o he kicked t. H i n't a darntnl rent 1
couMn't do wilb"ut I qoor hen served
I k a gent mti'i a-h irio-d of my pmerty i
l-k- i.t,r, kick mo (ui '' ,
I lie l ir k.-e(ier finding I r. etiBp w is 10
earne-t, ohugHtl him 1 It s. veral application 1
ol ha lee t tor, justly ixiu.ini-rf.-i.-d. Too;
idler bore it in g ..al part, urid afier i.e hail
been kicked Into the street, uioed, inti'le a
polite ba lo the bar keeper, and hen up
pareni.'y in a merry m...d, started down,
alreel. Cincinnati paper.
Hiiug bill a ! inter, .tnj how.-'
Such was Ihe sneering rem .ik person
renin g 1. 1.1 a ihou-aml miles I'rovn the door
ol our sanctum, 111 reterro g to the pr. .lesson!
we lollow in tiroiu. " Nobody but a p inter, "
in soo h. It fiikf the blood run ramtuiit
Ihrocgli our veins
r . 1 . .-I.
lo hear sticii expre..
ise 1 11 r set I on icpubii
iron, in" ..p 01 in-tso l ursen on icpuo ican
mil. "Nobody but a I'KIM i:R, am how !'
Who Was Beijiiio Ftatiklin? "S'ub-.dt
but a or. nter! ' Who was V illiaiu Caxt
one of the fa'heia of
but a printer !" Who was Samuel nod- '
worth, ihe poet ? "Nobody but a primer !'
Wbo waa G..V, Armstrong of .Mussacllu. !
P. Morns, James ll.i per, Horace Gteeiv,
Robert Sears and enalois Cameron, I.)iv,
Nilea, and J tin. s Buchanan, the distinguished
i?ei a'.ir of Pen- t-y ivntoa, who is no the
clio.ee of a great purlnui ol the people ol ;
the I'lii-.n as iheir caiioniate for the next 1
Pi caid.-ncv. Who are thev ? "Nobodt, 1
but printers, anyhow.
One thing is en
dint : ev-rv bo.1v that chuotes csnnot be a '
pnoiei. B.-auis are ncces-ary. Fx. paper.
IT UNI-.D ROUND.
A joong pf g of a doctor .-t.ee met at h
convivial parly, several larks wbo were bei.i ,
on placing 111 bis hat a verv heavy buck, or t
in p'nin I inguaje, to make hirn c'ofiooslv
whcli thev accoriip.islit.el about ten
o'clock at toglit.
Ihe poor doctor inited on goo g, find
lhp ,,ailv atci !(li,1Cl ,,m (l)
,., H, (u,n ,,, ,, , j,ich lb.
at j, did with his faco to the amma
" Hallo," said the doctor, after feeling I
ihe reins, " I am inside out on my horse, ,
fa(.e behind. I don't know which om-tli 1
wrong nnv how. '
" So y 011 aie," exe'aimed one of I he wags,
"just get efl', doctor, and we will put vim on
"Get olT!'' hiccupped the doctor, " no y ou !
don't, just turn the horse around, and it will
all come right y. tl must nil be diunk."
Why is a woman loiiguo l.ke o planet t i
Becau-e niching siioit of the power llint '
created it is able 10 slop it 111 its couis'.
P. S. The rascal who perpei 1 tiled the a- '
Love, left for California, on Saturday Inst. !
A bunt hind of broomstick weie picked op 1
111 tho It iv, which had been hurled after bun '
by enraged matron, but fell short ol ihe in i k. I
A, , , . 1 , ..'ivi'ns KCheiiunani.nnervwnietuee.ee
man wn awakened nt night and total . .. '. . .
Oh how g ieved '
. . .
thai In wife was dead.
' """ ,
went to sleep again. .
f ... .11 V.- I .ara l,A
I i aan nam. rf.k who rninOVPH a
......, , I,.- . I I.i-e lhaa avtalae '
I'lllllllll.lU.I l Il Ul,ll Hin lllll.in o
'of her native long,,... heard htm with much '
enrnrtso da tine that use nf the articles a. 60 !
a Yn.i a-nnooi nlaf a ilm ainnnlar arl'eln. I
From the KitWond VVlilff.
9ST The text from the Alabama paper,
and the commentary by. 'he New Or euns
Journal, hereunto annexed, bolh contain Mime!
harp paragraphing. The .8 are characters
in Old Virginia, by whum these atric
will t;i; oeemeo perannl. 1 hey hear a
' U'"'"1 8I" ei:a ,0n t,C,' however, ih
ine nii'a fD"f . Mil in 1 riP peiiiin.
one, the lloii. Mr. Ooggi we think it wan
denominated them " Co!iovs" from u
lam ied or real resemhlntice to the "cow.
hoys" of Iho Revolution, who were in the
L.-U.. ..C II... 1 t .. I .1 .
. ... "- " m - j - v y
- nun n nig; accoru
ina as 0110 W"ri.iti ..i'!.er
wnuin give the greater price. Ihe Ninon 1
Pure of our day, pursuing a similar truflic, '
. . ., r , . '
(jives point to the nicknames and teenm to'
, . ' , 1,0 ,
j - ' : - s"
t' e number ot Ihu patriotic party does not
ece d a (i-w huhdieil, ii mi nihers liave
'iiceeeiled in appropriating a ery large pin.
, portion of the ofiii f a in Ii- gift of H e !).
! riiocrucy. In C ngres-t, ti the h go-'ntme,
, in the Judiciary, HI lite Jal.ui. t ol Joseph,
I III a word, bi-rever a lat 1 flico is lo he ol).
laineu, we hori tncsi; rj sinlerest. rl gentry i
Hiding Wh.n the Whigs' were 111 the!
ascendant, they wereno -y Wbiya; but tlin ,
1 tables turning, thev went iver lo l..e I). moc-
racy 111 a uou., ix'C-u-,' itiey oti-. ne a;
great deuitli of ta'ent n t'nit pa-tv, and
llhioiigh PITV n.erely, ei.iiler.ten.it d to take
, tin.- olii,:c. A loii aa ti.e Deniocruta ,
i snail be willing to t.i'.nlo them on thea'j ,
I terms, they wi.l continuclhe very btst
1 mocral a-going.
From tha New tileaua licq.
C'orPKR.'jEADri. At. Unharna Democratic
journal deaigrnitea the tuitlieru Rinlits mett
ol that .Slato as " Cnpe rhea Is." andsavs
they l.ave ever been leaned wuh Ihe disor-
g.il.lieisol S.iiHh Car a that thev hate
II. .j memory and tihinenl J .Chsin, and 1l1.1l
llley were all or igim.llv nriluli -rs. W
a paragraph or two In ri the arlicl
of a aiitopie ot Its .i'Ciiiar tone and temper:
" The Copperhead, iiatly, hales Ihe ni r-
.ti,i,ft.'r,l Aii.imu I .L j.i I i,p i.l.l no i.ilu
- ' fa
.11011 Hitvt aui iea in.ii n,,i uuuu (t.c i.kuu to
the original " sarpint,'' and tho breed had
nearly become "xtiitil The " J'loelai.ia.
1 1011 " is 1 lie spec, lie lu tho toe of the Cop
" Trie Copperhead Ins always been ma
king a noise about tl.e n.liis of tl.e Sou:!.
as oiler, in the wrong !.oe as in the ugh!,
tin Ihe North has Ie ,-n 11 d, and of en con.
loin ried the j jpi lem 'ii'r)itices of lh pet j Ie
of the iv.ui.i taith the id c, H.udy gascutidde
ol the Copperhead.
" I no t.-ii.iei tieans were rltnost ail ortet
' Cat N uHifier. and ii
the reArgan.z.M-ti of
parlies in 1-37, suriie
crati- Bttd v.ni" went
went hto th,; I), tn .
into tie N htg nutv :
bill whenever they got a c
' -ii y Into each other's Ie,
on. e or twice rolled the H
ti re thev woik.'d
' Ttiey have
0 Win. If. Kir."
du-l. They have a maw
t.l.'.sd Willi Jack-
"The Cnpperhends.W h go1 n D 'mncra'ic,
col together in 1 S.'iO, and ' i'l every thing
' as they thought their o;vn way. Kverv
man that said he lovel I' e Too ti vet, was
1 denoonced bv them ata Fed. r.iiist and Sub.
' Hi's. ionist. It w . a coitute 1 thing with
them to call the Utiim u! toe States the
i ' Glory xss I'oion." 1
There is unfortnnattly a great desl of
sober truth in Ihesc s.noist.c ; jirigrnphs.- -In
all we have ever seetijr I t .iil ot political
irucKltng, trimming and inn. -ervii g, there
ts nothing that qu.lo rqia.s he ineanness
and servility of your g. online Southern
Rights man. While Ihi into e-lmg party
hatching trt'rsun, and a'tajiio ,: g to sow the
s.-i ds of disu lion, utoier ho itn-i '10 is g ose
01 Sinies R ghls, no langtxg- as ton strong
to express its sense of Ihi v lioness, corrup
tton snd inf.mv of the 1 v , n.,Uiic,.! nniiics
and e.pt'c ally the D-mtuoi ic. Pages of
n.Hirig-ga'e epitliels migu b-' cuUcd from
t he Co'uitms of the Mtsstssj , and Georgia
atnl St it hem Right orgas, ,.uriiig the vio
lent canvas" of last fall, wic i ti e L'r-i-vi Bttd
Secession issto s were dist'ic iv present.' d l.i
the peep L.. Iit,t no gonn;r oni the masses
repintiato tin; infamous doun cs of this fao
'ioii nt sooner w-as i' beat) n. the gtourul,
md pmtriite nod grovrltir t the du-t, than
os iri.lt p inlenco atnl Us pro rot's vanished
like a dream. Il ceased ai ;m -g ai i to. k
lo rt li'gttig. Il became en mured of !).-
urn. mnv , -od mite in love is 1 1 tl t'.e I nn.n
than the Unionists thetuseliis. It claimed
re ai'mi-ion into the Ilemorr.it: f-'hl ; renti
dialed its heresies ; dicoerer that the Do
m. .crane. National Convetnitx was the only
political piradtse open to ir, and ts now as
lu r tons iiiol It 1 veni n n nihil e 1 of Cas, D.ck
111011 ind other Comprniiosi I) 'inncrat-, as
if il Had never viilili-d t!.m. ai d never
spurned Iho mruie winch thev were m
slriitnental 111 pdicing nu the itntule ! 1 k. 1
In cur own )r?ia'e, lo be mre, the field for
the display i f ibis icvol n g lei etversitt nu
was narrow enough. SmilUm rights prr p i-
g... riists were lather 1. re. The l.w tli.t
did extt were hugelv pitt ioic ami tembly '
itidign .nt at the Comproini t ; ktit ahis ! no
,., , 0 political contest loom in the
disiance than these devoted and di-tiil.-n stci
(ricnrN of tho South scattered their fca'tv to
the Jour winds of Heaven, ptvo Mr. S al e
the? cold shoulder, fell ovrr head and ears in
icvn wuh Gen. I low us, and discovered l!i..t
the exr natcd 1'omproieiso was ns harmless
as a " slicking dove." In short, "Southern
It ..... . I . I . . . . I II .... 1. 1 I . L ... I
"" " fr;fr-hrn 11 Hpprnnrhr d,
them Rights embraced Union Demi
0. I II ..tuoos ... w ,., i. v. .. s . ,
We tl.ink our Aiulum,. ft .end is guilty !
.nil. if .1. . t . 11 1, ,. - tmu ""i"i
IIOCUOIW get trv " ( 1, 1 Iter llfllds.- 1 he SfP
P I"'1"'" u"lh ma.ignant nnd veno-
"'"I"' l,l,e 18 nioital, and II w.
c'"' '". a"J
heel that crm-hes It.
bi, ist its fangs into", he
liul the teat noNA rini:
Southern Rights m m is nnotlier s. ft cl rep ,
Iile altogether. He hisses loud enough, but .
,,.. .... lur,,. U i.,,1, lot alinai f uln'mnl is
worsted, be fawns on his enemy , nnd is al 1
ways willing la serve, if he cannot conquer. Il
He la nu exceedingly dicilo animal, when m
i thoroughly reduced to submission, and may
; he inline highly serviceable in p.ir izin wur
' lure. However huugVy and bold bo may
i have been, a good thrashing lakes all the pride
i out of bun. and Even make him forget his
I v"r' " Southern Rtghu " no longer
' t'x"" '" L..,.,a,ppi and Georgia U.innc -
"aB u.B""Jl:u u-v ""u'"l"
P' J"- i"Oi. aie,i
III S u'.h Carolina a
lur( p cuiar aprcin of the cieature seems to should not then bavo the country oveirun ! Luther, ot the observatory of Uiik, near Due
! il.-urish, and it may survive until the nomi. with loafers and demagogue, nor would in. i ,ui,j,,rr, hud recently found yet another, with
. nation of the Locofoco National Co. venlioii. iluatrious men be leinpieil ti abandon their g,jlt sCKn8ln , ,fi,hi.ul I- hours, and a
If it d.esn'i iti.i ,,lf i.f:erwnrd4 aliall
begin tu believe mat It is composer! ol 11. a-
tenuis that have not the sjme afliuity for
Locofocoi.sm, thai Us botnunyui elaewbero
L"ETTERrFKC(! K'VL. IWLLCAP.D tF
t. T- 11 ..1
. .:i-p.?. I, niii h,: ll.ivo-a, 01 the W hi"
, , , ... , B.
meeting rceiii-y I e n 10 I u-kegi-e, exr.n i.-i d
Ill' Hi'rtS.d (1, 0 pnliry 'I b. im!io a lepri!
(.etilatinn tn the M hij National (.'ou enl ion,
whose voire niav heloMid in the noini'iHUoii
of r nndirhi'es f..r the r.enlency and Vice.
I'n.?'(!inj of the L'nil.'il Slate-', I wind to
aaie very oritliy tno c -nHiueralloiia liteli
goverred me in n coiiiiiituding the appoint
menl of dt !i'2ate9.
It M quite certain that tlse g"ntlemeii elm
srn hv the H big or the Don., cratic Con
' volition will ho i.l-jled to the impirlanl
place lo which liiey art! n.,.- mated. Il it?
verv important, therefore, thai a'l the con
servative ir-flue-pce in the cu'-ntry shall he
brought ! bt ir upon the two Convent, on..
The .ery s n itnent which n k' s us hi
la'e to enter the respective Convent n ps,
sin tilrl tniiH I us lo provirie a repies. riialiii.i.
I H . appiei.ctid that we slnll encouiiter there
' a let hog ho-l(le lo .Southern interest" ; it is
111 portatit, then-lore, to nice:, check and
overcome that fee in r. in remain mil of
rhe. Nuttrinl f ,,,.eM.C . ,.l r,,,,.. ... .1
don tho fiohl to the enemies cf the Corrpm- ,
nifie measures, md we sit .ll then, as H hig,
be ferced 10 the tillemmtve if cutting . ur
votes for geo'lemen chosen either hv a De
mocratic Cot v.n'ioit, or bv a Vh!" Con-,
- O J
ve itnui, in whuso deliberations we took no ,
The want of a rep'Pen!ation of the :
; Southern Whigs in tho Ni'iona! Gonveiili
ensures the nomination by that body, 80 far ;
as we cn jtirtgo of such re-ui s, unfnen.lly
lo our sentiments and cur inlerr. s's. I' mnv
be that we cannot give the voteof Alati;:rr,n
to the htg candidate in the elecii..r.', but
we shall be jtit as poAerl'tilly fell itiiheir
selection bv tl.e Convention, bs wo shou'd be
f we could ensure them a majority in this
S.a tt l ha lr,Lih ,o ll.A n nlAa ...l,-.
v. . .. .,,, ,,,a.r a.itric.K. t. ,,. I) ,, .......
we can serve tlie country, by helping to give
it a found Hdmmt.itrHiioii, is the htg Con.
veutitm. The.e we can be k-lt and heard.
'""va . we anouia tKe 1.0
' uch men as Mr. W. bsier and
nin.e. n'titi t 111 lortti tlietr slrength in t. l,ail
' 'he Compromise measure in the great
atruggie confronting ns thev did the angry
U'C -torttiern power, and tlirownig
back the. tide at its fl .od these gent enien
are to be nbndoned bv us at the very mo.
merit w hen ihey stand most in i.eed ef cur
I Manv who desire Mr. Fillmore election
lo the Presidency are reluctant in enter the
W lug C tiverMton ; nndjel it is quite cj-r-tain
that uii;ess Mr. I'lllnmre sha 1 receive
the iioininatinii of that body he. cannot be
sclei'ieri. x e can contribute to his success
in the Conven'ion, that is clear; we may not
be ob'e to do so elsewhere. But, gentle-
men, there are a few higher considerations
than all ihi. We profess to he Union men
and yet we refuse to act with a National
parly, v e propose that some few Southern
meet in (.-invention and norni
tiatc candidates acceptable to 115. Nothing
ill more surely bung about an overthrow
of tho Republic, thin It is acting hv si ctio.ns
upon great National questions ; the North is
to meet and deliberate, hnd Iho South is to
do likewise; they cannot ti.ke coun-el to.
g. liier. U ho docs not ro lu what tins will
gr .w? Tho gieal' leeling cf country a
leeling which reaches a Southerner when
survey ii g, wiih proud satisfaction, Ihe ad
vancing prosperity of t tie Northern State ;
and w inch litis 'ha ho-oin of a Northern man
with a ( is ol patriotic a'dor, when he 'urr a
his glance upon the p'uins of the S. nth,
siriMchirg Irom Virgir-M In the GuT o(
M. Xico, w ill iieg -neiaie into a narrow reg oil
for a seclinn. Whether we I e t. the N .rl'l
or if me iutti, ft l us be A.MIR1C43.
The ra-plv to theP piisi'tnns is, that if vo
enicr the W'l.tg ('onvent ton we shall he
round by action. Lt us insist upon tho
tiomintilion of sotintl men men who will
slntitl by ihe Ct mprotm-o measures ; It-t us
at loutioe that we si nil j -in 0111 sttpptut to
none other tb io lhee, and if U" ate not met
01 thtssciiil, it will be prnpet fur them t 1
lock elsewhere for cones I ; hut 1 e tne Iv
hope that we siiii I not liuii it n-ees-atv '"
witl.dtaw from a l d v represet.tn g tlit'
U t.igs of the I tilled Sinn's.
II. v, . inf.L! UD.
f rrni tiifl Ktoainorid Whig.
Mr. Fed. 1 wo.,.! has introduced into lite
Soea't a loll to icl'orm toe r.impfi.s.i.u.ii el
IncmI.eis of Coi'.giis. Instead ol S- a day
tin, I f.S ler fti ti iiini') lit. It's, l.e pr. poses
a s.oaiy if S-'Jotttl a ye.tr and twenty coins
tl 11 th'. icckoi -ed as tin' crow- llos Irom Ihe
p 1, e of resilience lothe c.ipt'.ol. One ii ill
(r -.If. lo he
nil al the hcgiiii:i, g t;
.sum, m il the otnei at us tiose. n i
i posi d that the desire to clutch the last
!l wiM lend to make short sessions. In
c.i -1 s . f .ihsotict
pi 11) VUsC of sickliC.-
SIO l d.iv to In' tit'duclv
Tlie scheme is n gootl one, and cur only
..Meet, on to ,t ,s that Ihe salary is too high.
The more cheao'v lha nul.'if is s rvc
eetieral rule, the belter tl is served
the nujiorB of 1'ie.iliifo is the ri.tiin intluce
ment, only hooourahie mrn willse k i'. Il
this hud been the case, what n very d.fl'-'reiil
appearance would the ha Is ol l.oogiess, un.l
ol must ot lr-e State L gisla ure, present at
iliisiiuiel It is scttcely within toe rango
cf the cah'U
.-. t 1. n, -, 1. - u l:,f 1,tl ..e.ii- -
I i , i , ; ,.,.- ,r...ei lo
..kcpuoltc.niev. aeurcesof pullt.ndob.
j"c!s of cupidity. It in b id economy ; it las
a mural tendency, and in fraught won most
m.arhievou riled upon I he Irgslaltnti ol
tlio cuun'.rv. No man ought to bo enlrunted
with an eli'me, t.ho I. dm not o competency,
and who is no' Hbnve being hi iia-d lo betray
. the peop!. Il honour wi re the nolo reward
-" I1""'"- I"' u" "-''i""
hy the best and purest men in the land. V'e :
regular vocation la enter uiii.n lha lliort.t
; I'ai n 01 potiuca.
; Wo are awnre that th-fe doctrines are
heller suited 1,1 the days of Plato's Republic
, than to the present li.ncs. I'ut they ate not
the less true for all that. 'Iho rayo lor of
fii-.e which was the curse that.Jacksctmm ,
bfougbi upon this country, most bo a!wiet, '
beltiie tho evils of the ago aod gen. ration
can he err. ( ted. People u.uit rely up. fi
their own ini!iitiy, nnd n! upon ll.e Go
vernment ; t'l y mint bo con!' ril with the
!. oils of tii"ir on 11 labor, arid nut atnve 10
Inn by the labor of oilier?, before there can
he individual or public pros, ci liy.
It is rein it d, that tne leaJieg of .Mr.
I hdi-r uou a lull pioiluceu a genera
l out iiinv be reg-i.ded as s-i 11 lu anl of its
tale. The present race of (aooc t:u 11 a r 0
j too carnal-minded and self st tkit In be ca
j pable of utlopling any measure wficli re
tr. ne' .-9 their own emoluments, however
, hem fici.il it might he to the general titilei -.
I Tl ey sought liio 1 ('1 e lor ti e sake of the
pn fi-s Pot to en:. mice ti,o wt llare or the
gh.iy of the t'oiiotrj. Is would bcut.rea-on-tile
and U'l.leincicrai IC 'o ark iliein to
f. r- go ti.tit for winch thev had toiled. A
n-.fj uity ol" lie tn in ver miilu' 4t adiy in
: their ins. M ry of the'ii mc loafeis it'
; home living Itotn iia: d to rn uth sp(): it g
! upon 'mlusiricua people- rind like Pat.ntge,
are indebted lor tn.ir noiuia.ilv e.iid llietr
.'enta lo tin. far.l a I . a. t ll.ew ra ..v..r l...rl
.scats, to the
,111.0 ncois in new; their en (lit jrs prnctring;
ti cir election ill th Vutu te.-pe of l;i.ik:n'
'heir m inev out of the public Ireusurv. I'
would be idle to expect that such characters
Would a?ice lo any tcliemo wioch wi.uoi
abbreviate their own existence, or tTce the.
dt-grate tin y ate bunomg ujioti Ihe country.
OLD IU LI. ION.
Tht lenarkihU) chara ter is like a (i-.ii
out ot watet, u i'e-3 In' is fitever tn a low.
!!! rn-iy siny his tbousitni tin I tens of I 'too.
naliUD, but he is endowed with the rare Int ottv
o heiOiitthlu at il l lime lo ceale Itisli ene-
mien 0. he rienio!;hed.
I he last intelligence wo h .ve from li m is
ia i. ph liom the
which it appears
that lie is ab-iiii o execute tummaty joattce
ution J, (ige Ho g i ;
X HAT 11 AS JUM.B Hot'Olt Do.M! ! The
f0;owlB ,acotilc ,
ilstie t.ppt rs to v f-ter
terdav's I nton. It is evidtnt.y fiom a man
wlio has oeen bit'hng no his wrath lit keep
Wo be to ti.e Juttg ? is
p'ainlv wiiti.n. Many peop e do not know
who Jiit'.ip !Ioii"h is. and it rnav. thereto e.
be oerliienl lo mi . Hot he was w :o,llv n
fci.rr tiiat, 111 th.11 cha, actcr, he rino'u a
stan.l ;ig itost Col. 11. tit.011, when rnn anei
oilier con.mt-iieed nar ittun him 1I..11 ns a
meiiioer ol Ihe legislature, t
iti'.ii to Be. it. -n, hts l-eait fat
nlteii.pt to aef.-iit i. s 1 Hi 11 p n
that l.e retired som1 wn 1 tn
that rood Ct that since then
lec'ed iii o po
led h.in 111 Ihe
Ins op position
heen sotio h.
tnougti witnout loivtiig tntieu 11
Ine last Senatorial e. ecu, .11 al.er
eri' rts to e'eti Biinlun, lliiugli put up
by Iho B.'tiioniles ns a sort of t 1 iri.l, nr In
coeii the And Lientoi.itos, and I hey niiiutil
themselves bv voting for htm two or linen
limes, hut W:t cut am intention of electing
him. Now, 1 lie Col .nel has taken hi 11 oil
hts kio'its, ai d is g ii g to give htm ucl a
I BBfiiMi ss I e ii.vc- In I hi I is Ii e.
To J:i,!g, -.eg, a Ihe Suth-test ( neu t :
i il! : I shall pe.tk to Hie peop e bt Jack
sou, (Jane G t irdeiiti county, on S.rutilay,
Ihe 15 h instant, mi l shi'l mention your
name 1 11 a way whorli w:tl cm ; - ri both th"
puhhc at.d sours. If, and give j on ihis 11 ttco
ol my iiili-ntiv.n, tli it you n ay attetid if you
I lease, ami hear what :n said, ami a;:ser, if
Vi'U liitok proper, when I am Hot-e.
Yours, TIIOS H. BLNTON.
Si. Ljuis, .May 9, 1S."-J.
Til K CRYSTAL PALCF
Parliatoent b .virr' v -.ted Hint tins on hi e.?
,. c traii'ii-u irom if, cc; i'a K , tin' L.01;
don Times points to its probable dcslitin'.o n :
' It has bei 11 pr.posed lo traos't r 'he hu.'d
ing M Wiml I oion Park, whicH, till l.ttc'y,
was litilo known to te mij in y of Lou
doner-, except by the largo piece nf gn'eti
thai ttoa-d lor it in the maps cf London ami
the m-tgtihoi liooi) ; but v. tch, has at l ist,
fallen into the hut t's rf spi'fiii?!"i. Tl.e
site, the soil, il.e lu:f. the w o- N, nod the
hike, si I hear Co. pans .ri wiln looso to
which 1 l.e buil-lllig owes !.,) mil -il i f Us pre
still tit ratttoOS. Tie1 Sooh Wcsn'in Rail
way Conn an are re..! to ; - down n new
hue 01 ftii.s 'om th" U a'crl.i.-a s'tiiton ri hi
up lo a tn' propose .1 site, a.ui lo ctury tno
v si i.is lor a p. un;. tin r ao.i p nnv b.n k ;
ill it is, rcicivtig two p -i.ee i lit . every
shilling ticket is-11. .1 :i' W.;:oi I.- 1 r'.'.ti 11 ai.ii
d at Oie l.xl.ibt:. n. 1 J :r-e.,
', would Ie le-s teioous, lie- cosily.
nnd less hah1!! to in n .;. re than it ciove.1
01 most visitor I .tl trtir ; and, wnli
carittige there anil lurk mc tiil.'d :n tie:
in g cit irged , r ii-.n,i-si..!i, tin' vv .on. r ol
toe eg,, vv. old he ttl.e nit.iii lu - t-'t't o. too
to our doors. Tiic to are so many things l.i
favor nf this proposal that we Could a-niost
liud it in our heart to g e n . Hv.!- l'mk
mc.. mote lo toe a cius v u Use ol dat.ii.es.
dt.w vers, and Ian log-. !.! I
, f tlie U'f.i.t tol h- ,; - !- d io ti
eojoV rueiil of our In au'iiti! p
j a I aioi
, i.iti.ii g ilders. Let ttieni Coiitii.
il.cir , it si nl I in- a t.e i J usv i I
p polar encrii.ielitiu'iits. Il is p
.lie people n.ay nent'iiortti
nl iheir own. To th ' eisci
saci o'f lo a paiU
,11 if tlie (a If Hi
I'xiiihitit.ii, ninl th" discovery of iho Crystal
P.il.ica, may lu-yv perhaps he added the tin
c. very of a'svt.-m for ti.e convoy ."tc-J of a
hunurcil inmisant, tis.ii.is ti.o ,.
couniry , th moinmg, and back g
night. It is only a question of material
and arrangement, and, if the demand is
made, It will be met before long.
! DISCOVEI.Y OF YET ANOTHER PJ.ANLT.
: I, was recently announced that 1M. Gaspa.
, r)f at v, ,,!,, had discovered a new Aster-
oid, the lilth liral aeun by litm. By the last
ateanier, information waa receiv.-d that Mr.
!' . .1 c i a .t. ....... ik
IIOII.I U''U lli'.i.i..i 01 autiut ti. v , nri..i
1 is the aever.ti eoth p'auei, n -w known to ex-
s btfnvee Mara and Jupiter, all of wiiicti
; werB unlj,,,,, fifty-two years ago.
CharIott( Drug Ntorc.
r a x. x v a t, ?s v i: Sj l,
'ii( ti'Miis tn 'ex t Oi r.
g"R f J I "X &. P. f. CAI.IUVFLf.. !i,iv.
jaJ. 'v. , ler n. 1 a eopartneratit!) in tbo al.uve
A C t'V
a toe largest and most jeneral
r,t l.l Lbi. .INKS, l.(lTS, Oil.S, llvK-
I fh ' MKi:r, Pah-.it MtwciNfs, See., ie.,
r oir-r.id 111 this market; all of whteli will
u.t rr lur r ial., nr on in.iu to unnctual ileal
eii' rrd They liopo hy iliort
i(lurutilenl tf. Pill rticiaril and
pretits l u- 1 i-uch
vein ! y o, rrtini.ts n to aeeure '.licir patronerro.
I'.-rsuns front t.ie 1 oivn and C'euittrv inui ruil aa.
Mred that no alb'lition lo oaref
lillfns 11. puuui? uo
..Itij-ro.-.s to e: 1 r ' v siei! I ne w.oil .or
.M 1 j -. 1 ,r., r ti'iues neatly and carel'iilly pra
pir.ti. A . olii.n Jiuiti toy cuannv pJnctu.illy dt-
leird- ! M
C.ia.-li.fe now presents too bfJt markot, frrorti.
e.ii ii, unr i.oe ij i.jiiiui tn OiQ loturior, liavtit"
li rc-ii lit I rni,i!.i:.d l-'rnj Morn., and wil'i tl.e
prospi ti 0!' I.uavy f iles, we now ofterto Physician
uou cuutitiy to, ie, ,,1,,;, evury arur lu 111 oar lino,
cheaper li.an crer ..liored in ti.e back country.
Uur WeK 11, urn. is Ircsii and warranted genu,
ine. 'I o it purl, a.alihoria will l.o in.idu iroin lima
mtl.s ol U,o ,
tutiiilrv may dotnand.
t"? t II' )X -1 P -i V S ' , I N r.l I.N T, large
"' it X s .'lieu .l-... ,a.l ..o. CC..U. .
Coi!rtt. aler, in q mrt
f suepy niii'. Fjipins' anrt
Hoirtriul's Tvvir tTIfrifiT,
Ju-t ifiioi.tl at e t,ir .a i-
luX i 1 AL1)W ELL.
'!i- Ca ii 1 1 0.
: -1 j.i ii at:
or ii i3.r.
tor s-i'e ai t. 7.1 per bnlllj
Ft X & fALDWrXi..
1 ' 1 . i'l.
rtn"N'ns 111 1 r: ff n in
pure, at s per hundred.
;I.I.0NS LI.NsEKD OIL, for
Yc-ast Fo wdor3.
i I. tit;p; l...t super.or arl.clo. just rccoived
and l-.r !. t-y
I' nee. 1 -. J a box. FOX U C LDWELL.
IsjL'.M.S ULAKK'S FIRE
Proof Paint, Ity
MaylS. l i FOX & ('ALU WI LL.
Dr. Allen's Vogdtatla Compound,
fOR THE CtHE OF
Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint, Nervous
EH l'iUty, Ciili' ns A f la lions, aYr.
Tl. s tin.; euie is ..fieri d to the public under the
ns-i ra ti ee tli.it I'm 'e is no aiit-!e in existence has.
leg siren" -r ci. inns lo their Cons d-ratiori. Crioj
i roup.) ion ti iiy a l.-oi'ir i . . A 1 1 1' K I' 10 of J: t'.
I I KM IN I I 1 1,1 f .. h , I' l' iile ehttl. and a prurli.
s ng Pliysie.an of I H F.NTY Yf.Ati.s S I A.NU
I N e. in i'tii!j.i,'ipiii.i ins long experience has ecu.
ti toed loin in llic optnioii that u coinpuunded meal
ic ni- wns reij'-iir d to pr. vsnt and remedy the dutllli.
t,;!.u:t j-r uii..ot:y rt-aai.n in low tinusnitit oh
iH.fes. tu; to t-iHini oict the presttal 111 iiinuortcea
ui iota iti.oiy nc-v-itis dtsoroers wilh vvotcu the Ina
n. .io tirioi v ar.' itiiheted.
1K. A 1. LION is a well known physirian. and
loos us. i ! t- v ai-iive i:n dic.iie in io piactice for
Ttt hi V t; Y Ktll Willi ti.e lliosl asljl.islotig
etioct, ioivtt tti.-lL'.i us finalities in whove
1 , I. 1 licit A.N U I'ASKS.
No nitu.eit.o bvlt received mors tlallcring re
rouiait ruidt on trcru i.hvsioia. s of eiuiueoL atiitidtng
t.o . !i i- r .-1-; , i .-sloiv.oi uil ties
I ;' I - . N i)S A It K NOW l'i'FF.F!INf.
kl V. ''wf.en a single' hoi, le of V U ALLK.Vo
V ht; I'Al.l.F lU.MI'tilND wou, d have the ef.
le t of removing a.l loose liislrraniig- teehngs
a.tttiio.ii.l on liiiin al d-jiil.tut.i'-g dneaao.
ii. vV. L.LI:N. M l . Plnla.. and
j A. Si. W. I. LhVKLA.N I).
','07 K r.g st. t imrlesion, S. C.
I)-. CI. a.elf nil'" Oak Tuath-Wsli i Or. Cleave,
I.,, .j 1 ,io' o Hair lle-tnrativc ; l.-. I'leavcLuu'
e . l.e-. : la'.jft ot J itiijita Alitor ; 15 iir..'lia
.11,1 ore tor li .! V'omtiaii,ls. a soveielgn remedy
!'ur Uvsciita-ty, Ihurrhva, an.! Cuia.r l.ilaailuin.
Fur ,i'c iii I harlottat. hv Fey A. C.vi.ow ti..
II. II HOI MgS.
CUI tr.r.d cf Trotter & Vrislca, opp?
siie the Jail.
fra'sllK Su'.-o I .ITS
!.. I. . o , r tor tl.
-,se ot l..ani.i..l-itiru,g
t il t, II L-,
I ci every iii. i
llos cot.e try.
Kin Iv Vv aYsc r.l lit. I , o. at.d m
.. ia l: e I oac . line wluc i ia us. ti nv
't li.-v lei ool.ftaieril llial lltey can tfive
i u 1 1 w tto may favor litem W illi l: aur
4.1 ko iia w .il oo Uoua
, ana'i on i'ii- in;.-t reasou
.r ii.e pa-.'ic to give us
S 111- I tN
I r.-.--.--. -eel
l ic rv
iu v. a.ru,
on n IIjcui, l.a'il,
Cll IU a lv'oiittt lur
l liari ore, N. f , M ro
, o s
lit reiiro g from l..e foach 1'uso " 1 eliaseriM..y
ro.-on.n..-..d ,. v M.c-..,r, :r II tl llolote.u.
iH-im- .. man yvurll.V ol the palroi.orre ot the piiill.-.
l.o l.ava, Z b.. II .n l..e ..., IV ol 'I roller aV, Wr-
ton nr li... ...i tut w M...rii,.s ; 1 know htm ta baa
a to-t r vv. r'oe ti I . in a ways be loouU al Ua
u!,j"li-, vv . I - ' I Ke pleased lu S O ail 111)
friends and t oimr pi ror.