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, 1ST CL, OCTOBER SO, 18S2.
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roR TIIK NORTH CaHOMMA wiiiu.
The Autumn winda re j'liiiig low,
T rough branching trees; a-Hruii glow
Sufius-a N tuio'a blushing face.
And ccioiauu aiwn uaurpi it. place.
Chill dreary W'inter'a reign la nigh
K.'a j now t her.ld Lintly aigh.
Then ming-linr "ii "d drums; alert
Will fttratu Nalure'a winding sheet.
Bui O ! the resurrection voire
ill' Soring will bid the Etrth rejoice,
I nhrtA her lunib, unloose her bind.
And about lur triumph througn the land.
Si hois-a entombed shell rie tg-in.
So Hum, dear friend, thy pe-ec feuin.
TlHjugt) now unb ip.iy, yet a etreain
Of joy, shall un thy pathway beam.
Front the H titer n Itetnocrat.
On the Death of Ihllo Henderson, Esq.
av tiw .
Si of the rVmlh ! tl .a he dire
Vt li t prem tur dec y !
Btr a ut C rolin. ! be Ik
!trnctii utilliinaing el y.
In a Me di.th CaMb'e lyre
( nitrunr, on willows b.nf.
T. a ounatrt-'i a uiutv, who a.ng with fire
At aunatreU wver ang.
7 he m ?ninf atjr of tJeume torn
In aplendor bright and gy ;
Vci, ers iii dirling d .y cuutd eloae.
Its bnghtliLaa p4aed ay.
The Sowera, braoba, and wirbhna; throng
l ,c ht pir Pmlfi'i p n i
(r t in wa e'er tu aweetiat aung
lb rhit'fiiert by bini agin.
The - rluwcr of Citmbi," led
The il.ir and miliim ly way.
He aiglird he I'.ilk.wed nnw with the dead
Tim y aieep through tfldleaady.
(mm Walkiip, Wiley, Ilidrer, all !
t omhtite uf tnara with mine i
Ia t gntf in bvfning ttrnitta fii
I pifi hia airred ahrinea.
Fmm ihr t-tar Sttingfrif Hxnurr.
Harrltr; Without Love
BY MAT RIT. IIIE.
"O ! tl love ! 'Iia love ! 'tia lovo
From w.'nun'a bnehl eve gl .neing i
Oli ! n hue ! 'tia bue ! 'it love
Lveey heart entrditting."
Thus breathed our ' village pet ' Elsie
Whitney, as languidly she leant against the
trunk of a majestic tree, whose waving
bougiis refreshed their verdant sprays
ly constantly imbibing a portion of the
ever arming current beneath them. She
was alone, or thought she wn, and there
for" continued chanting the remaining com
Malum of the favorite ballad that she had
mcurcd. (hit, aa she was about
the followiii'' lines :
Wlut m, Ita he li ilijrlltv beauty.
And eonquera her (had. in ?
O! 'tia love ! A .'
she heard low footstep directly behind her,
and, in a second, the clear, ringing voice of
a female, thus burst upon the tranquil air :
" lla, ha, ha ! Misa Sentimentalist, so you
think thnt love triff melt the haughty beau
ty, and ciiijinT her disdain, eh
" ics, Clara, fur though you scorn my
assertion, I trill repeat, as heretofore, that
there ia aneh a thing as pure, uudyins; '
" Love, you was about to add," interrup
ted the impatient Clara, " but come," she
added, " let's hn! to the spot assigned us
for skctebini, else to-umrrow will rind us
with trisita uncompleted, and a lesson upon
" In loleiicn " will ensue. By the way, don I
J"u .ilui.i.t detest our Governess! I do,
and am going to prevail upon mama to pro
"ire a butter one ; she is ao ill-natured if
e don't do everything just as aha says.
u, I shall be so glad ti get the old ' vixen'
(it of my ,j.,t. "
" Hut perhaps your mama will tint think
" Ve, she will, she always letT mo have
"entiling as I wish. Hut we mut go."
nd thus savin?, the half spoiled Cla'a
1 burrii. drew the arm of her gentle cousin
Kl-ie Whitney within her own, and
hen they hastily nought, thrini'.'h the sha
dy avenue, the romantic spot for the pur
n nice of tl.jr tastes.
As evenin r advatteed, the maidens hav
J'g finished their irksome labor slowly
"nt their fool-teps towards their home.
Ihey had been laughing and chatting gaily i
"I'"" their first leave of the spot where they
had l.ren laboring so diligently ; but as they
Jiw near littles thicket, through which
tin- sheen waters of the Merrimao shown like
3 hail eoneealcd mass of burnished silver,
'h' ir thoughts took a different turn and
ttiiy ki.vri ia ii mor ssrioiis txo -
Kach had, in turn, jiointcd out the Vieautj
by which ibey were surrounded ; for both
were pasKionnte admirers of nature's workn.
And now, Eleio Liih coinuienci'd conversing
upon love, (her darling topic) which I sliull
here produce in her own lunguagc, together
with the rcplien of ber friend or cousin
" I wish, Clara, that jou believed as I do
about love ; then we bhould think aiike in
evervthiup, then '
" l'eliaw ! iiuiiHcnce ! there 'h no auch thing
as love. When I pet married (if ever I do)
it will be merely to better my condition in
life. Let a ace w lint I 11 have when 1 m Mrs.
(Homebody) pha-tons, atecda, potillions,
lootmen, mtvuiiU, and " j
" Why, coz, you but jest ! I'1
" Never was more in earliest in my life.
1 ahull not be fastidious in my choice ; ho
you perceive that I ahall stand a good
chance to have everything as I desire. Age
and appearance are nothing to me, so long
aa wealth ia in the coffer.'1
" If thut ia jour real opinion, Clara, I
incerely coiniuiaerate the person defined
for your future husband, lie will be nio.-t
ahockiugly duped," continued the speaker,
at the aatue time railing her eyes to the
luce of her lovely coinpauion, " for one to
'gaise on thnt lovely face of yours, would ne-
er ouce dream that the heart of its posses
aor was utterly devoid of afleetiuu ! t,
I what deception lrka beneath the human
breaxt! ltut I cannot bring uiy luiud to
believe that you think as you arsert. You
i will at aome future da? love."
" Never ! no, never '. for
M Me hert ia a free and a fetterleoa thing !
A wve ol tlie of -inn ! a bird on the wing !
A rid rieaa atecd o'er the deaert phin imundin !
A pe.l ot the atorm o'er the valley r anuiiiling !
It apunta ;.t ul bounda, and it mm k a tlM- dceree
' Of tlie world end ita proud one, and acorna tu be
.and it always ahall remain free! continued
i the etithuia.-tie Clara.
KUie Whitney and Clara Thurson were
r'MiMin. KUie was an orphan, and had re
cently taken up her abode at her uncle
Tburwn a, who povefsed a " goodly uliare
of thu world s goods.'' i!olli girls were
beautiful j but their minds, as the reader
1 has perceived, were not the leat alike. At
the time of my sketch their ages were thir
teen, and fourteen, Clara being the aenior
of the two.
1 lh einin' that it would be but a aource of
ennui to the reader to follow these females
throuh wriea of ' school-day' accnea, the
writer will fiance oei a apace of ten years ;
at the expiration of which time, she will
bring the subjects of her sketch together
with an incident or to, winch occurred in
the intervening time before the reader,
a a a a a
i Id the parlor of a augx rb mansion, are
two feinalea, which 'he reader will, as I pro
ceed, rcsogiuxe as Clara and KUie. '1 hey
are, at present, in deep cm rrul wn, and
as the one clad iu dark (ni'iurmng; is wee
ping, the) writer will ut (.mi inform the rea
der of the cause.
After five years of the most unhappy
wediuck liiat ever exi-ted, the unfortunate
Clara had again met with her gentle cou-iu,
from w hoiii she had, during that space, been
estranged. She was rehearsing to Klsic
now the happy Mrs. tlriftiu the uiauit'old
sorrows that she had experienced since
their separation. Thed cath of her tyranni
cal husband she said, was to her a source
of joy. She concluded by saving, that there
was no happiness to be had iu marriart
u iliont Air.
From yy.RiiwwA'j Idulij'i Magazine.
'I lit !. Mi ll riniiii.il.
A great number of piersons who knew the
ct iebrated Dr. 1J , a Trotessor of the
College of Surgeons, have often heard him
relate the following anecdote :
Ine day he had procured the bodies of
two criminals who had been hung, for the
purpose of anatomy. Not being able to find
the key of the dissecting room at the time
the two subjects were brought, he ordered
them to be deposited in a building contigu
ous to bis bed room.
During the evening Dr. It wrote
and read as usual previous to retiring to
rest. The cloek struck one, and all the
family slept soundly, when all at once a
dull sound proceeded from the room con
taining the bodies.
I Thinking that perhaps the cat had been
shut up there by mistake, he went to see
w hat had been the cause of the unexpected
noise. What was his astonishment, or ra
ther his horror, on discovering that the
sack which contained the bodies was torn
asunder, and on going nearer he found that
one of th; bodies was missing!
I The doors and windows had been fasten
ed with the greatest care, and it appeared
impossible that the body could have been
stolen. The good doctor felt rather ner
vous on remarking this, and it was not with
out an uneasy sensation that he began to
look about him, when to his horror and
amazement he perceived the missing body
sitting upright iu a corner !
I'oor Dr. II at this unlooked f,r
apparition became transfixed with terror,
which was increased by observing the dead
and sunken eyes of the corpse fixed upon
him ; whichever way he moved, those
dreadful eyes still followed him.
The worthy Doctor, more dead than alive,
now began to beat a hasty retreat, without,
however, losing sight of the object of his
terror; he retreated step by step, one hand
holding the candle, the other extended in
senrrh of the door, which he at length gain
ed j but there is no escape, the spectre has
risen and followed him, whnsc livid features,
added to the lateness of tho hour, and the ,
stillness of the night seemed to conspire to
deprive the poor Dr. of the littlo courage ho
has left ; his strength fails, the candle falls
from his hand, and the terrible scene is now
in complete darkness.
Tho good Doctor has, however, gained his
apartment and thrown himself on his bed ;
but the fearful stieclre has still followed him '
it has caught htm, and seises noiu or nis
feet with both hands. At this climsx of ter
ror the doctor loudly exclaimed, " Whoever
you are, leave me ' ' At this the spectre let
go its bold, and !ioM!H'd fvobly thopt i irdj,
" P'ty. gooA hangman 1 have pity on me !"; So, if you would be happy, slum selfish
The good doctor now discovered the myste- ness ; do a kindly deed for this one, epeak
ry, and regained by little and little his com- a kindly word for another, lle who is con
p'Murc. lie explained to the criminal, who stantly giving pleasure, U constantly recciv.
j had o narrowly escaped death, who he intr it. The littlo river gives to the creut
was, ana prepared to call up sonic of the ocean, and the more i gives, the faster it
fa,"''y- j runs. Stop its flowing, and the hot sun
" Do you then wish to destroy me ?" ex-1 would dry it up, till it nould be but filthy
claimed the criminal. " If I am discovered, iud, sending forth bad odors, and eorrupt
my adventure will become public, and I the fresh air of Heaven. Keep your
shall be brought to the scullold a second heart constantly travelling on errands of
time. In the name of humanity save tne mercy it has feet that never tire, hands
from death!" that cannot be overburdened, eves that never
The good doctor then rose and procured sleep ; freight its handa with "blessings, di
ll light ; he muflied his unexpected visitor rect its eyes no matter how narrow your
in an old dressing gown ; and h iving made sphere to the nearest object of suffering,
him take some restoring cordial, testified a and relieve it. C
de.-ire to know what bad brought him totbo
lle was a deserter.
The good Doctor did not know' weT! what
means to employ to save the poor creature,
lle could keep him in his house, and to turn
him out would be to expose him to ccrtaiu
death. The only way, then, was to get him
into the country ; so having made him dress
himself in some old clothes which the kind
Doctor selected from bis wardrobe, he left
town early, accompanied by his prutrzr,
wbriiu he represented as an assi-ta.it in a
dimcult case upou which he had been caded
l'"' .. . . .
hen they had got into the open country,
the wretched creature threw himself nt the
feet of his benefactor and liberator, to whom
he swore an eternal gratitude; and the gene-
nus doctor having relieved his wants by a
small sum of money, the grateful creature
left him with many prayers lor his happi-
nc"; , ,
.ooui twelve years alter tins occurrence
lr. a had occasion to visit Amster
dam. Having gone one day to the bank, he
was addressed bv a well dressed man, one
who had been pointed out to him a one of
.the most opulent merchants of the city.
I The merchant asked him politely if he
' were not Dr. H of London, and on
his answering him in the affirmative, pressed
him to dine at. his house : which the worthy
Doctor accepted. On arriving at tho mer
chant s house he was shown into an elegant
apartment, where a most charming woman
and two lovely children Welcomed hi i.i in
the most friendly manner; which reception
surprised him the more, coming from per.-mis
he had never before met.
After dinner the merchant hnving taken
him into his counting-house, seized his hand,
and baling pressed it with friendly warmth,
aaid to him,
" Do you not recollect nie !"
" No, said the doctor.
'' Well, then, I remember vnu well, an 1
vour features never will be obliterated from
' my memory for to you I owe my life.
Do you not ri member the poor deserter!
I On leaving vol I went to Holland. Writing
' a good hand and being a good accountant, I
soon obtained a situation as clerk iu a mer.
, chant's office. 5Iy good conduot and real
Ivooii gained for me the confidence of my
'employer and the affections of his daughter.
When he retired from bu iness, I succeeded
him, and became his son-in-law ; but with
out you. without your care, without your
1 generous assistance, should not have lived
to enjoy so much happiness. Generous man !
I consider henceforth my house, my fortune
I and myself as wholly yours."
i Tho kind Ihjctcr was affected even to
tear; aud both those happy beings partici
pated iu the most delighllul expression of
their feelings, which were soon shared by
the merchants interesting family who came
to join him.
HOW TO .BE HAPPY.
We copy, from the Boston Olive Branch,
one of Mrs Dcuiaou s beautiful lessous in
life. She says :
I A boon of inestimable worth is a calm,
thankful heart a treasure that few, very
few, possess. We once met an old man,
whose face was a mixture of smiles and sun-
iliin,. tiorever ha nei.t h, Biiot.t.nl ,,,1 in
making ever) bod y about him as pleasant as
Said we, one day, for he was one of that
delightful class w hom everybody feels privi
leged to be related to, " I'ucle, how is it
that you contrive to be so happy ! Why is
you lace so cheerful, hcn so many thou
sands are craped over with a nio.-t uncom
fortable gloominess ? '
" My dear, young friend," he answered,
with his placid smile, " I am even as others,
ulhictcd with infirmities. I have had my
share of sorrow some would say more
but I have found out the secret of being hap
py, and it is this :
' 'irpr ee
Cntil you do that, you can lav but little i
claim to a cheerful spirit. Forget what j
manner of man you are," and think more !
with, rejoice more for your neighbors. If I !
am poor, let me look upon my richer friend, I
and in estimating his blessings, forge ui I
' If my neighbor is building a house, let
me watch with him its progress, und think
" Well, what a comfortable place it will be,
to be sure ; how much he may enjoy it with
his family.' Thus I have a double pleasure
that of delight in noting the structure as
it expands into bcautv, and making my
neighbor s wcul mine, ii nc nus pianieu a
fine garden, I feast my eyes on the flowers, i
II IY..rn,.e. , ..oiibl I rlo more if il
was my own !
" Another has a family of fine children ;
they bless him aud are blessed by him ;
mine are all gone before hie ; I have none
that bear my name ; shall I, therefore, envy
my neighbor his lovely children ! No ; let
...;.', .1...;, ;o....i.i. midl.-s with him
forprt Misrt my tears when they were
put away iu darkness; or if I wci p, may it
be for joy that God took them untainted to
dwell with His holy angels fcrcver.
" Believe an old man when he says there
is great pleasure in living for others. The
heart of tho selfish man is like a eitv full of
crooked lanes. If a generous thought from
some glorious temple strays in there, wo to j
it it is lost. It wanders about ami about,
until enveloped in darkness ; as the mist of
selfishness gathers around, it lies down upon I
some cold thought to die, snd is hroiidel I
" I say, my dear youisg.friend, take the
word of an old man for it, who has tried
every known pana;.;" V,u"fojinL all to fail;
except this golden i ule,
" Forget fft and kcrp the heart Lu.ii fur
THE L'N'GKATEITL SON.
" The eve that mocketh at his father, the
ravens of the valley ahull pick it out." l'rov.
i This is a terrible denunciation a-ainst in-
; jratitude to parents, and even in the present
'day is sometimes virtually fulfilled.
I Some years ago, an Irish eontleman, who
I vm all cxU.nsi, e contractor" to our public
Kor was re, JC0j , r, b th(J ' fli.
BBCT aml di.-honestv of an un-rateful son.
The old man lost his wile and to add to
,is calamity, his health failed; and to till
the cup of "his sorrow, he lost his night.
j Thus poor, friendless, blind, forsaken, he
found UM asvlum
un asvlum 111 the r raiiklni county
While an inmate of this refuge for the af
flicted, his wicked and ungrateful son tra
velled that wav; he was informed of his
father's situation, and that his parent wish
ed to see him ; and tllhough he passed
within two hundred yards of the almshouse
he refused to stop and see his kind father
he had ruined. Now mark the result.
The very day be passed the almshouse on
his way to Gettysburg in an open carriage
he was overtaken by a storm and to k a
severe cold that resulted in the destruction
of his eyes. He lay in Gettysburg in a cri
tical situation until his funds were exhaust
ed and those who had him in charge took
him to the Franklin county almshouse.
The day he s brought ill, his f. ther
having died the day before, was carried
He was: put into the same room and oc
cupied the same bed and in a short time
foliuwed hia neglected and heart broken
father to the judgment scat of Christ. It is
a fearful thing to fall into the hands of an
EXERCISE FOR BOYS.
We love to sec boys hippy. We well re
member our school-days how the joyful
scenes of those golden hours rise before us
as we write. Alter a long and labored ses
sion of school, what is liner for boys than a
good frolic on the green era-? See them!
they hop and run, and tos- their hats and
bails : every bone and cord and muscle of
their young and active frames is brought into
full and vigorous play. Their minds are un
bent as well as their bodies. Let boys have
exercise. They must have it, and a good
deal too: and they mu-t have the right
kind, or they will become sickly and dwarf-i-h,
their minds feeble and their feelings
peevish and fretful. The open air, and the
more and purer the better, is important to
good exercise to any one. but especially to
boys. Otherwise they will be pale and weak,
as a plant doomed to the shade. They must
have exercise which makes them torgct
themselves, and all their troubles and tasks,
and throws the mind and heart into a glow
of life and joy. It does them good to be
excited. Our natures were made to be ex
cited. This excitement, however, must be
' "'"P06"1' ,Bn kePl in ProP,'r lound8'
notion which some parents and teachers
have, that boys must be kept as prim us
, soldiers, and that every motion and step
mu-t describe certain angles, is as false to
nature ns it is destructive to their health
and happiness. Let your boys, mothers and
teachers, have enough of well-cooked, nu
tritious (not rich) food at regular intervals,
good clear water in abundance, well applied
to all parts of their bodies ; air, free and
pure as nature makes it ; studies, to the full
extent of their capacities, judiciously di.-trib
: uted ; exercise, that will stir the whole bc
I ing, and keep in full play every life current ;
land then let them have sleep, earlv, and
c ,ou-" OI, ' n e i-vemuateu rooms, ana
th(' n arJly t-.l to bo happy, and grow
UP 'll-proportioned and strong " to the
f"11 ol ME.n.-JWA Journal ,
1 ""ll'J ' m'0' -
A GOOD RETORT.
A humorous young man was drivings
i horse which was iu the habit of stopping at
j every house on the road side.
Passing a country tavern, w here were col
lected together some dozen countrymen, the
- beast as usual ran opposite the door and
then stopped in spite of the young man, who
applied tho w hip with all nis might to urivc
the horse Oil.
The men on the porch '.'ommenced n hear
ty laugh, and some iuquired if he would sell
the horse I
" Y'es," replied the young man, " but I
cannot recommend him, as ho once belong-
t0 "utener, aim stops w nencver ue nears
The crowd retired to the bar in silence.
" Docs Pa kiss you because he loves you !"
ituuired a little urchin of its mother. "To
be sure, sonny, w hy !" " Wul, I guess he
loves the kitchen girl, too, for I seen him
kiss her more'n forty times last Suudav,
when you was to meeting
The Rev. Dr. Francis L. Hawks, of New I
York, (formerly of Newbern, N. C.,) has
been elected Bishop of the Epi-coprl t. hureh i
ic Khodu Islaod
HOW TI1KV DKSKUT TIIC SINKING
The loeofjeo presses have bceii making
a parade over a few Whigs who have de
clared their dcteriuinati.ni not to mpport
the Whig ticket. IJut we present hem and
their friends with the following from the
ranks of the " uuterrilied," who have rallied
under the banner of S hit and Git.uiA.v.
IM'sil! IiV TIM.' PtlT.I'MVt
i rn , i , 'L if," , ,
1. I he Charlotte W lug states " that the
Hon. Henry . Cornier, ex-member of Con-
gress tromtuat district, is opposed to the elec-
tiou ot Gen. Pierce, and will not stitmort
him. Now, when it is remembered that
these two geutlemcn t erved most of their J
time together in Congress, it may be regar-1
ded as pretty strong proof that the General j
lives a little too far North to suit the taste of!
the honorable cx uu uiber, and that the for-
mer did not stand side by side with Calhoun
in favor of the South."
'J. James K. 15el.-cr, formerly a di-tin-guisbed
member of Congress from Alabama,
and a leading democrat iu that Slate.
;f. Ex-Go emor Lucu-, of lo, a. He de
clares in a recent letter that he will, un ler
no circumstances, suppoi t Franklin Fierce,
but will do all in bis power to elevate to
the Presidency the patriot S'.ldier and
friend of American industry, Wintield Seott!
4. The Georgia Citizen gives the gratify
ing intelligence that Judge Charles Dough
erty, Col. Win. Dougherty, and the I Ion.
James Johnson, (member of Congress from
the -d Congressional Di-trict.) have all de-
clared in favor of Gen
.Charles Dougherty wa a prominent and
leading Southern Kighn W hig last year.
Mr. Johnson was ejected to Congress la.-t
year as a I'nioii Deinoev.it, was one of the
signers of the Card gotten tin by Toomb,
Stephens, and others, and is now fully st
i::lied that the objections urged ngiiio-t
Scott in that c'oeuiie. nt were without foun
dation. It is aliiiouii'-ed, also, by the way,
that Gentry and Williams have ubaudoned
their opposition to the old hero.
I 5. Junius W, Nichols, formerly a leading
; loeofbeo and ('ass man, of Michigan.
ti. James Henderson, an influential adoj -
! ted citizen of the same Stat.'.
! 7. The Whitehall (N. Y.) Chrouich' snys.
I that Dennis Jones. James Ruber. s Elijah
. Shepardson, B. Benjamin, A. I! njauiin,
aud Seymour Shepardson, of the town of
' Dresden, in that county, heretofore leaders
in the loeofoeo party in that town, have re
: iiounccd their allegiance to that party, and
come out openly for Scott and Graham,
j s. Geo. W. Baird, of PlainhVld, Ohio,
who has heretofore gone for ail eandUates
i by the Democracy," declares that he in
; tends now to vote against " Pierce, the Kiit-
ish Candidate," and lor " a'cott, thj friend
9. John J. Craig, a leading Irish loeo
foeo of Indiana, has resolved n support the
election of Scott, in preference to Pierce,
whom he designates as an unknown and un
10. The last Quiuey i Illinois) Wl.igs.-ivs
that about one hundred German Deinr.cra
' tic citizens of that place are member, of the
i Scott Club, and it ' sincerely believes that
I a large majority of German citizen of that
place will vote lor Scott. "
j 11. The last number of the Plymouth
I (Ohio) Banner says that Gen. William I!:ii-
ly, of Marshall county, who has always
supported the Democratic ticket, has e.e
; clared his determination to vote tor Si ott
and Graham. Gen. B. was in the b tt'.'e
I of Luiv'y's Lane.
i K Hon. B. S. Cowan. nt B.iuint ()..)
is out for Scott and Graham. He ii one
. of the best it'imp spmkcrs in (he State.
! lo. The Ohio papers state that one hun
dred Democratic votes of Hamilton, Butler
Co., Ohio, have ctili.-ted for Scott and Gra-
I 11. A. G. Butler, of Wayne ciunty,
: Ohio, a soldier ot'lsl.', and a strong Dem
oerat, declares for Scott, and says he will
stick to him while there is a butt on on his
Io. These are but a handful. The pa- .
per teeiu with 'evidences" that thous
ands and tens gf thousands w ho have here
tofore sustained the Loeofoeo ticket, are
giving their enthusiastic support to the "He
ro of Luudy 's Lane." W c are cheered by
the news w inch pours iu from ail ijua. tt i .
The outflowing of the people in the North
West to receive Gen. Scott shuivs what a
hold he has on their afli cti nis !
We appeal to the Whig of North Caro
lina, to rally around the banner of the old
Hero, and we shall once more place the
old North State at tiik MK D or Tin: Wino
AND STILL THEY COME !
The "Kanawha, "a ) Republican," ut'
Sept. 'J'-'iid, says :
Wc suspect the lea h rs of the Pii iee
party in this county will l e 'oiee l to ap
point a committee to bold th. ir igiluucc
Committee before the canvass i- over:
MoiTiiot SiMii.KouviuCo., f
s.f,t. 11, 1 -,,'.'. s
Mr. Nr.w ton i IV, lluj tit t enr Deiiiocr it.e
frien.ls ha ve .. ppoint: d us on t!i-ir Cniniiiittte oi
Vigiljnee tor t.us county. 'Piny pt'euuisc i.
poet us to he mi! .nt, in tli:s tnev !:..!! not le
tlis.ipisiiiited ; lilt t'o-v niiist iiettuitiK h.:rit ol
us i! We preter to in- iei! nt :tr tin- lountry.
r.llier tii.ni fie D, huh r .tie p ry. i'.l for In
hr..v-old p . tro't ..nd soi.uer, who mo- vil i.l
for us w lu n to'iiie oi'mi wert m , ur unn in r's i. rnis,
rather tliun the present l .inkie e. ,111.1.11 te of 11 e
DemiHr..ey. In I'.ct, sir, ire oir foe. 11 " Auii
tin mtn trit't Svttl''.eiHjetiiii!:.,
Or iRoe II. t'.iv r,
W II. I I AM L. HlNIIM IN,
Wn 1 1 in II tvs,
Ffmihin Ret hca,
Kamwtia Col'NTT, Sept. 17, 1 S3?.
Mr, NivvroN I'tar air : 1 learn from a friend
thut 1 have been appointid en tne Drun cr-tic
Committee of Vijjil nee fir this county.
I must decline the apn.-intmcnt, for two rra.
aims : First, lieeauae there, ure no Pit ree men in
my region lobe vigilant over; and, aecotid, be.
CjUsc 1 expect, on this occasion,, to go i: ail over
U Sa. m.'K.-ll
Yi-ire ttuly. ir Oxi f .
K wawh v Co., V i., (Iivkn's Distbii t, (
Sept' llllllT III, ll-j-'. (
-Drui Sir: l'i rmit me tu inform
n,..iraie ,Ka nee Coinimttee,
mis ol the Kepulilie.in, thut trim
tl'.e Cinlr.l IK
liironiifi line iuiiiiiH oi me Heutiiiiie.in, inut iroin
the very l, n ef reasons we c.i.nol, and will not
nut in ti.e i ! et.un of Mi kt I'iuce nil Knijii
and ini-l of l.ri:ieii.r IJemocr tie votes tu the
ii.lls, hi: iiiic deel .re tlut l'or ourselves we c
in.t h nil our own vi.t- s c-r iiillinnee i.g..mst the
e!i..i!iriioi;s of our ' whole cou.itry." Yes, air, we
noir intend to vole lor Scott, (jrahoni, und the
I iu,. The win. I.: Tnioii, we lire fully pursua
ileil. will h.- mileetlv silennilir the contr. I of
him who Ii:ih no g lL.titiv defi ruled our common
country i.t Mi.- North 11 ml al the South, tml who
bus ever rirovi d himeif r'-ririv to siiill his hf-'s
hiiMMI t.t the tin, t nt' Iho tljLrt..tV tlMt ao tirnuiilv .
,,L. rs :i,u M rs bnA s,rl, s of the 1
i.M1( rjfiK ji,,i,i,,rt..l W'caliingt--n und our worthy
("ONK AH "KT,
Richard 1). Cart.
THE EMPIRE STATE. I
We append an c.tract from a letter re
ceived livm a gentleman of character and
intelligence, who lias bad cxeellcut oppor
tunities of ascertaining truth on the subject
of which he writes. Wc conversed on Sat
urday with a Southern merehant, who has
spent the la.-t three months in the Stcte of
New York, and whose report coincided
literally with that furnished by our corres
pondent. 'J he Southern gentlemen to whom
we iilhtile remarked that on first going into
the State the chances 'truck him as favor
ing Pierce, but that the period which has
since clap-i d ha-, suft'.ccd to effect a mig ity
change; and he returns to Alabama with
u t-onvii tiou that the Empire State of t lie
North will give a large majority lor General
Seott. Here is the extract :
.New York, S pt. Hi, 132.
I hav- n l eollv ri turned to tins city from a tour
tlir-ii!:li lhi St.te. I have Ms. ted every lounlv
with. ii its border.:, i.mi am h .ppy to ussiire yi.u
til t WO' rev r 1 le. V In ell I h..e lound the W nig
tlriniv un.t ii on tl '. ir -lorioiis le-uonei s for l'r-s-iilei.t
.mil o I'ri si!' nt.
lii.ii. Seott w ill e.ury the Si. ill'. There is cp. ,
p . rei:t ly not nuieli i xi iti un lit in i it hi r p 1 1 v t
it, but I .on s.tiriied tie t tin re is silently
1. 1 w.-rli linen g ti
I.Ut pr.oe UH'i(i
0 s a
spirit w nii-a c . ii io t :
M llli' II.IIM iilld IIS ;
1 ii-.v-j l'r qtienllv re. id from opposition new.-pi-Pers
,:( i r mils ot'i:i-i.th eti, n in t.u- Wnig r-nks of
tils t le, ip..rticul rly m this i il v. . ,wliie!i, i f
true, n 1 1 ir 1 ' t riinii r 1 1 1 . n suit m untlul. But these
st t im i.t- . r" ii tli i ly m ili. out i'ou uu.. th li. i.ml.i-e 1
in ,de bv In- nipM.rt. rs if Fierce i.nd King lor if-
. e t 1. 1 r 1 1 . u , V. !m 11 111' 0','iU':: tiou of I'n '"11
O'l' r .r ol M- xleo v, . s tit , ii!;..ni: ' ii tin re w le
s .in-: v.'.i", i..- t ay ilii win 11 oir I T.yh r v. .is
lioriiiii K, In .-;! ! u ler ii line s to v.li. t course
liny slioul I pursue. l!ut lis litlveen S nit i.mi
Pierce it did in. i t il.e tnvm h ng to enii.c ; und 1
IVoiil . 11 th..t 1 ll v, s. ,n ,-- .,j l.e.rd. 1 li 1 1 eol.li. ;
tl' nt til t a v-.st uriji.nt y of the pei p!e are, heart
iiii'l sf f r tin- i ii i t u u of W uitii 1 J Seott snd
V, .. , .oi A lir.h.in, .. : I y V'll rally to t'.inr
sii.'port with nn eini-y and :' . wl.i.-h will most j
lisUiioly seitire In Uu ill t.'ie V' te ot' Nt w ork. ;
1. 1 t our Willi bri liip li i.i the Smth. I'.isl. and,
V, st. sta-iil bv t'lei iins, Fu-li on tin- ei lo iin,
Ih'e.S not,, .no l. not in ll"! net t! I.y, tie t'.lstluuiis
i i t i lii, i iii .i v .i i - 'I ..-r ' i i" ; '. ,
und we foi.. I! be t.-niT-ph 'n . ,
It may be aided that the Democracy of
New- York suffer from internal troubles, as .
w ell as iVoin ot In r causes. The nomina- j
ti 'ii of Seymour for Governor is obnoxious 1
to the Dickinson section, and that, with oth- '
cr eireiiiu-t niees, is producing an effect wide
ly different l'l'O.n that described iu the " ini-a-ii;ary
conversations" of the L'iwjii.
Fi 0111 t,C W lihia'ml &!gt(ll.
W ill the Union descend from dream-land
for a moment, and explain in the language
of common seu-e bv what standard ot hou-
e-tv it proposes to justify the alliance now
exi-tiug between Frees oilers and Secession- j
ists iu the eau-e of Pierce .' j
The l iii in feds deep concern far tho fate i
;',-. Wcbt.-r and hi- !'ri.nls, to whom it !
is pleased to pay compliments as the retire- i
eut.vives e! the National Conservative J
Whig. With the next breath our eolempo- j
rury dilates on the "organic, fundamental, j
and ineradicable barrier ' that separates all !
Whig: Webster Whigs ii. eluded from ;
"the gr unci of nati iniilitv " We want to
know how the I nion can reconcile its zeal :
for Mr. Wobstcrs election with its belief;
that the Whig party is. aud always has been, I
'ippo-i d to the Constitution." j
We want to know, further, on what;
ground the I'liim moans to stand in relation
to the coale-eed factious which now eonsti- !
tut-' the g 'Verning
owtr in the Dcinocratio
it speaks of our ass, r-
part v. 1 n one issii
ti -ii that Pierce h the eaudidate A North
ern Frees. lilt rs, nnd theS iiithern Seecs-iou-
ists as an absurdi
I u the next it tc'ils us
that it knows only " Democratic nationality. "
Can it coiiveni' nlly elect its issue, ur does
it desire, t o have both at hand for Use as
oeea-i, 11 tunv reoaire!
'I lie po-itioii la-t assumed by the organ is
that the junction ot the an lotiren and the
Soule seetioiis is ovcrma-tering eiiiience of
Dem ocratic iini-ui." The "union,'' per se :
has not been di-puted. The point in contro
versy is whether such unity as exist.s has
Hot been purchased by the sacrifice of prin
ciple, and in many instances of personal
character? Whether the "union" does
11 't t i ll race Fivosoi'ers who repudiate tho
pl.it.'orm, and S; ees-ioulsts who hate never
lcpil Hated sece-siou .' Whether faction-,
that have been conleinr'tl l y Coinproiiii-u
Deluoi rats as inimical to the Constitution are
not at this moment the cm. trolling elements
iu the councils of the Democratic nominee!
Our eont "iiipo.ary knows right well that
as the Pierce organ it walks in miry places,
and that n night but stilt - can save it.
Hence, we imagine, its avoidance ot every
tangible issue that i- ol'the si . btC: t import.
It dare li"t trust itself oil solid ground.
We are md in li-poseJ to sympathize with
the I'nioii in its predicament. It is allied
with faction.- who. 11 it lias denounced as ho-,
tile to the t'Oace of the courti v, and who
have uniformly denounced il in turn as a
faulty embodiment of IV mucratie sentiment.
I In such circumstances it has large claims.
. iipsu public lorLeafiu.ee. :
I GENERAL SCOTT IN THE WEST. I
j Gen. Seott, m passing through some of,
I the Western c-Ves iui public duty, and with
; the detirc to hasten a; rapidly, and to go as i
f j jictly as poist'oh', b is been coutinuaily ar
f-t-- by 'Ut- Mgcr 'S:?r.f" w0- u-.j jatn-
ercd at every point where rumor has an-
ii'Ttinced his comim.', aud arrested his steps
,lt PVt.ry town and city. Wherever the tall
f , old hero was seen, there were
, , . .,. . , ,
the people arounu null, jus gicu. uecu,
covering a space of forty years iu the history
nf Jiis eounti v. the thatnel'ul abuse ofwhicll
he has been the subject, and the prominent
political position which be holds, H at
tract the masses to him. Vrocidrnct Jour
mil. H E P l.'B LICA S U HKi TICKET.
FOR PR LSI PENT.
GENERAL WINFIEED SCOTT,
OF NEW JKBSPV.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
WILLIAM A. GUAI1AM,
Ol SOTH CAROLINA,
Ilipithlti iin Whig Electoral Ticket.
Fob tiik Stati at Lasok,
U EN II V W. MILLER, OF WAKE.
1st. District, GEO. W.IlAXTEIt,
ad. do. NATHANIEL BO V DEN,
3d. do. RALPH (jOKKKI.f.,
1th. do. J NO. W. t 'AMEIiuN,
5th. do. HENRY k. NASH,
bih. do. M. W. RANSOM,
7lh. do. JNO. WINSLOW,
sth. do. F. B. SVITKRHWAITE.
Oth. do. DAVID A. BARNES.
IIEVI BLICAS IV Hid TICKET.
GENERAL YVINFIELD SCOTT,
or M:w jBRsrr.
FOR Mi E PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM A. GRAHAM,
Ol NORTH I Akol.lNA.
Hi iu. liirnn Jl h'r Eli ctral Ticket.
TIIK iSTATK A-
i IF W AKE.
Dislriit. -Ei. W. BAXTER,
g,l. no. N A I'll NIEL liOYDE.N",
,'t:. !n, kalpii iir ell,
Uii. i!.-. JNO. W.CAMERo.N,
.".Hi. im. HENRY K. NASH,
oth. do. M. W . RHNSO.M.
7th. do. JNO. W INSLOW ,
Mil. do. F. B. SATTERTHWAITE,
; t'.. .1.,. DANII) A. BARNES.
HEI'I ' ULICAX II ilia TICKET,
GENERAL W1M-1ELD SCOTT,
Ol' NEW JtRSET.
FOP. VICE PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM A. GRAHAM.
OK NoRRTIl CAROl.lSV,
I'ipiii'iiiiiii II hit! Kuctorai Ticket.
I on tiic Si it at I.Arcr..
HENRi W. MILLER, Ol WAKE.
I,t. Distriit. (.El). W. BAXTER.
go. do. NATHANIEL lloYPEN,
A.i. de. RALI'II l.oliRELL,
Ith. do. JNO. W. CAMERON,
;.lh. d o HENRY K. NASH,
Mh. do. .M. W. RAN'SO.M.
,t!i. do. JNO. W INSLOW.
M i. do. F. II. SATTERTHWAITE,
f th. de. DAVID A. BARNES.
IIEI'CBLICAS IVllia TICKET,
GENERAL WINFJELD SCOTT,
or sew jLRstr.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM A. GRAHAM,
T NORTH CAROLINA.
Hi inibUciih f hir .Electoral Titkei.
For tiic State at I.Ar.or.
HENRY W. MILLER, OF WAKE.
1st. His, net. GEO. W. BAXTER,
g.l. do. NATHANIEL BOYDEN,
3d. do. RALPH GORKEI.L,
Ith. do. JNO. W. CAMERON,
oth. do. HENRY h. NASH,
bth. do. M. W . R ANSO.M.
7th. do. JNO. W INSLOW,
Mh. do. F. B. SATTERTH W' MTE,
ith. de. DAVID A. BARNES.
HEI'I. 7.C. V II Ilia TICKET.
GENERAL W1NF1ELD SCOTT,
Of NEW JE1SET.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM A. GRAHAM,
ut north iarouna.
:i ll tti-r Eli ctoral Ticket.
For the Stite at Large,
II ENR 1 W. MILLER, OF WAKE.
District, CEO. W . BAXTER,
JNO. W. CAMERON",
HENRY K NASH,
M. W. RANSOM.
.1 NO. WINSLOW,
F. H. SATTERTHWAITE,
DAVID A. BARNES.
o 1 11
HEI'I FLIC 'AX II Ilia
GENERAL WIN HELD SCOTT,
or .NEW JIRSEI.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM A. GRAHAM,
or north Carolina.
llefivUicari IVhie EUc'cral Ticket,
For the Statc vt laroe,
HENRY W MILLER. OF W AKE.
1st. District. GEO. W. BAXTER,
'id " NATHAN! tL BoYDEN
RAl l'H t.OK li LL,
JNO. W. CAMERON',
HENRY h. NAMI,
M W RANSOM,
r. B SA'ITt'RTHWAITF.