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CHARLOTTE, 3M". cL EJJ&.E. 2S, 1S58
BOLTON fc WILLI Ad SON,
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rOH THE NOKTIl 1'AUOLINA V lil'l.
Ii V MAC.
Hwrt mtn'ry clear ! how oft I fu l,
T(too rapt'ruUi tlniUytiU, drawn I'rurn it store
Which till my iiniid my n-v'rm mral
In plcantit drvami ol' Uy-goiie Hours."
Whrn fretted car is laid n.dr,
lff chnirtff iH"lh ( irrniimii lltiwrri,
I'm wailfti not on trcul lr's tnii-t
Jtut sweetly drcum of Ity.uiic IIur,"
W'liL'n nmiy crowds imund rut; throng.
And bitler grit-1 upon nic Kur,
'J'iii tv is a balm a waking iui.
Th lovely soiijf of Hy.guiic Hours."
Whrn t'inprts rae mml lightning Hash,
And fi'irs niprirs snd tiati r hwt rnt
Wjirn angry hilloWM 'riHiiiil ntv dash,
.Memory turns to Jly-g'ntt llnur.'
And tt w when NjIutl' Hrir.g" -itw.
And earth sh' Is forth itt n tiled tluwtrst
Wtu n hilmy c pliyra sttly hl"W,
.M'-in'ry rt-coils to " !5y gout lluiirs."
Wlicn seasons change and tinu rolls on.
Ami snow giv pUt r tutniiM r showers,
Mv mind will ntill -.till think Uwn
Thr frtai linn s of " Hy goiif !liuri."
Mr. Clio, Stum, S ('.
IV I'llANi'lS DANA liA'
' flood morning, Mrs. Wicks 1,
you well, thi morning.'
npe I see
'Will, ycB, pretty well and but
'Vour hands! What's the matter with
your hands ; not been scalding them, I
hf pe !'
' No worse than that ; I have pot them
all blistered up, trying to cut out the chil
dren's fall clothes withny obi srisor, I've
livl 'cm these ten years, and they're jut as
dull an a hoe, and every time i cut a round
a bout, shirt, or pair of pants, 1 have just
such a lime of it. Su-an Willard is sewing
f"r me now, and I wuutcd to get my cutting
done while my hand was in, so I ju-t want
ed to see if you would not lend me your
nice large tailor shears a day or two, for 1
won't do another thing with mine for a week
' lb-ally, Mr. Wick, I would like to nr
commodate you, but I urn very busy with
lain just now, cutting rags for my carpet,
and could not possibly spare them without
' Well, I don't know what I'll do I can't
cut out any more with mine, and Susan has
only two weeks to stay. you know of
any one that has a good pair V
' .No, I do not. Would it not be better
for you to purchase a good pair ? I could
hardly get aloni; without mine for a single
day, without feeling the w ant of them. '
' V hat did yours cost ?
'Two dollars and a half.'
'Two dollars! and a half! Goodness!
Mr. Wicks would no more let me have mo
ney to buy such a pair of scissors, than he'd
'(h, I think you are mistaken;! have
s m-neti II, on, ,1,1 M U .,t-- 1...1..1. t
-J -.....v ,.,vb,s llltlUlgCIIL.
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J hardly ever ask him for money, but
what he says something to hurt my feelings,
ami I often do without things i reaily need,
rather than havo any words. Why, yes,
to 'tav I asked Li in for money to iet in v
....... b.i. ,. ,.,t-Hi,-iiiti -in,-r iiiisin-,
fall trimmings for my bonnet ami Uosina's,
and it was all I could do to get it out of
'How much did it require to fit your boii-tK-H
tip for winter V
' ' hily five dollars ; it would cost ten, you
know, to get us both new ones. 1 thought
h need not have complained at fixing up
the old ones.'
' And you have the live dollars in your
'es, und wo thought wo would pet
trillllliillira fit CrmO'ii Tli nl 1 ,i t n t i I'll I roenl
I'Tl- with the orange edge; it's a love of
ribbon, and no cheap, only eve!.ty-!ivo
Cents a vard '
' M .1 H--I.. i . :..
' J -t ar .'Irs, , leivs. H i mv tuts ?-m
'ar Mrs. Wick, let me give you j
new idea. ould your husband com
plain if you bhould trim your bonnets with
ribbon worth half that sum, and appropriate
br balance to the purchase of a good pair
f scissors I'
' No, of coarse ho would not ; but who,
' d like to know, is going to make them
"'vesthe town-talk for the sake of grutifying
uisbiihd'ii whim !'
' I'o it to gratify yourself to add to your
u comfort. Jly bonnet trimmings ami all
dl not cost mo over one dollar and a half,
a," I don't believe the town with trouble it-f-dfuuo
bit about it. Towu-talk,or uo talk,
you may bo sure I'll never run about with
my fingers in rags while I can save the ju ice
of a pair of scissors in one bonnet trimming.
Now, don't be offended, Mrs. Wicks, I know
1 ' you can't -at along any
01 'cr tlmu just as you do-but if you
will only make the effort to economise in
vour items of drcsB. Ac. Vou will noon lind
band will not make lialf the objection to fur-
uitdiiug money for useful that he now docs
for the purchasing of lion-essentials.'
... . . G. ... .
-Now, there ,n neighbor I'eiinym.ms
wife flourishing ill a fifteen dollar crane
shawl, but her t'irls comtdains that she has
to borrow wash tubs, weekly ; and that Mrs.
1'. Suva that, is nil Mr. I'eiiiii'mnii a Null,
Whs Mrs. Smith. I thought vou were a
Woman flights woman.' is ,n"' ll,ilt ""'ong educated men, c.-pieially
'And so 1 am, but I assure vou T am no sudl ns occupy prominent positions in soeic
lidvoeate for w oinan's iniu.tice and follv. and l" r! ' P' "1"-- station that may in
while I feel that the law of the land, in com-
inon ju-tice, greatly oppresses woman, f aNo
I feel that she oftentimes greatly oppresses
I herself, and lays heavier burdens upon her
, ! ow n heart than she herself is w illing to bear
j and to excuse her own weakness of purpose,
I Iter own foolih love of display, lays all the
i blame upon her hu-band, who would wil
lingly indulge every reasonable desire, and
only frow ns when ungenerous demands are
made upon his means.'
'Well, I don't know Mr. Wieks seems
more willing to give me money for dress
than anything else.
' Is not that beeau-e be does not feel at
liberty to deny you any personal gratifica
tion, because he feels that lie can make you
happier thus than iu any other way ? Try
the cxpci imeiit, Mrs. Nicks. 'Jell him you
will reserve half your u-ual rxpciiscs for
hollseiiould conveniences, and if he does not
till your purse with a more cheerful heart, I
am much mistaken in him. l!i -iu on the
scissors, and it he makes one wol d of objec
tion, I will agree to change with you for a
week, and wear my bands to bli.-teis on your
' Well, I'll try this once. (loo I morn
ing.' Good morning, Mrs. Nicks.'
Mrs Wicks went Lome, and when her
I husband came in to dinner, the fir-t thing
that took his attention was a beautiful pair
'of polished steel sci-.-ors, not worth less than
: two dollars.
Whose ar? these ? been borrowing a
gain Sarah '.' '
j -No,' r.pli.-d Mrs. Wick
: my hands yesterday with my
, I concluded 1 would wear my
tcr trimmings, and Lave me a
1, bi t win
jod pair of
, so-i-sors lor my worts. I'ou t you thiio- tn y
are nice ones 1 I thought ou would no! care
bow 1 spent my money.' Her voice s kind
, cr than usu.il.
j '(If ceur.se not.' he replied,
i further was said. In the cwo.in
; of going out, he drew up Lis eliai
; ' Ain't )oU going down street"
1 4 No. I believe not to night ; I
'click of vour ma's m-w .ei-sors, and if 1 g,j
tbiwti strict, I am afraid they wii! lo-e their
j le.-lsalil tone,'
j Mrs. Wick- did not look up her heart
was full f ir ju-t then a little roll of ' royal
' purple with orange edgi cheap at seventy
live cents,' 1,11 into her lap. hiu 1'nrimr.
HKCdMl.Mi A MI-il'lI'M.
The fascinating spiritual tapping is with
out a doubt gaining strength among u-, and
some Very ludicrous incidents u'ieii grow out
of it at times, :,s well as more scnou.- and
A few nights since, a young ninle fiiend
of ours, who from a sun ri'e- skeptic had be
come a devout believer, retired t ' rc-t after
having bis in rvous sy-tem partially destroy
ed by the information, tiirouidi the spirit of
his grandfather, that he would shortly be
come a powerful medium. He was in his
first comfortable snooze when a clicking
iioUe in the direction of the do -t awoke him.
He listened intently for a moment the n bc
was still going on very like the raps of
the spirits on the table.
' Who's th.-re ?'
There w as no answer, and the tpiecr noi.-e
Anybody there V
' It mu-t have been a spirit," ho suid to
himself. 'I must be a medium. 1 will try.'
(AloUa.) 1 IftVre is a j.irit in Wio room
siiMiily the same bv saying aye no,
illl.US not nillll I menu. II tiieic is ,1 s uoi
( -11 t t .-
in the room will it tdcae to rap three tinu
Three very distinct raps were
iven iu the
direction of the bureau.
' Is it the spirit of my sister?'
' Is it the spirit of my mother ?
' Are you happy
' Io you want for anything ?'
V succession of very loud raps
'Will you give me a communication if I
get up T
'Shall I hear from vou to morrow?'
Hap very loud again, in tbu direction of
' Shall I ever see you ?'
The laps then came Irom the outside of
, tllL' '1"''J 1"f-' for a" ",f",r V
, lie.lllst 'I"1'"'"'" '", '"""', ''''l"11
P"u ' """ " ininuing anoiii me c.
' traordiiuirv visit, he turned over
On getting up in the morning be found
that the spirit of bis mother bad carried ol!
bis watch and purse, taken his pants down
stairs into thu hall, and his great coat oil
L.MttiK lions in Sampson County. We
learn that Thomas I. Faisoti, Ksiir.,of ."sanip--.oii
county, recently fattened two hogs,
weighing lespcctlvely and (i'-'H pounds
nett. Curtis Thomp-oii do. weighing :tl
iintl 491; and W. S. Mines one, weighing
OW pouudn. W'U. Jmrnui.
10H TIIK NtillTU CAUOI.I.NA UIIKl.
A WORD TO THE GKXTLKMEN.
Mi ssis. Fjliturs ; ('an we fur a moment
Iul Ky iiipatliy arising m our hearts accom-
I'-umid with tl
Willi u,o uesire ol bestowing relict it
t we possessed the power I No, my friend
' l'.. 1 I r. ! l .
iinimu uhtouih iraui u
""i'Ke one more ellort lor the protectiou ai.U
happiness ot woman, and for tho cood ot
tll,! community. Many believe .that, intern-
m-ioii'- - . - ,,-...-...s
1,1111 ignorant : but tins Is a sad mistake. It
dl"-L ,!"'"' t,J pf'ctice greater coneealiii.-nt
ot tin ir habits ot indulgence, and moral deg
radation, but the ruin of mind and charac
ter inu-t at last be vi-ible. To the youth
particularly we extend our warning ere the
spark be too biightly kindled ever to be ex
tinguished. Vou may as well my young
friends dig up by the roots all hopes of fu
ture happiness as to full a ietiin at the for. t
of the tyrant Alcohol. There is no single
vice ill all the black catalogue which carries
in its train so many evils drunkenness.
And remember that there is nothing in the
character of a drunkard wluel
tii'ouii-cs a I
liappincss in an nliiaiK
ry drunkard is an unjust
man. lie never dues up anituers tears.
lie never bind- up a broken heart. lie nev
er .sympathizes with a bitii-ed spirit, lie
never soothes an honest pang of snlli-riiii'.
lie never makes a pious wish, or breathes a
pious prayer. He is blind to all the charms
of beauty. Thoii'-h we oiler him our .siniics
to light him through the darksome future.
he rejects them in disdain. Oh ! my friends
just think w hat a thrill ot horror and despair
it luu-t semi thr jiigh the hearts of th is,; who
have ever cherished tor you the iIm pc-t and
f jlele-t ali'-et: oh- tif the heart, to e"s npoii
the hlow but sure brcs of inatiable appe
tite, kind, ing w ithiu the boso.n of gt-niii.-,,
and to see health, Lope, and eiaract-r wa-t-ing
away daily beneath a flame, fed from
(lay to day by the victim it is con-uming.
Vet such is till- M-elle We ale il't-.-ll called Oil
to witi.v -s Within tin: limits of our acipiain
t.uiee. lim it is n it the self-ile-troyin vic
tim a! "in- w ho si ill, r-. I lis n put at Ion, le - pi s,
and happiness ale linked with tie' r, -p:i'.'.-
tl oi, 1. ; s. -,'l 1...... i;.
be driiL's down vvilii sorrow ami degradati m
with him to the grave. If we eoiitcmplate
with sorrow the fate of the guilty st-lf-de-trovi
r, h iw much more that of tho-e guilt
less belli.;-, wbo-e tl, -tini, s are linked with
bis, tie- f- ' i i '' (' 'O alel 'It! i'f if !
How in u-t he fe.-'i t i s, e t hem ib-priv-l ..'
eV't I V Coll. !"It ol llie 111 Colls. , It ,e,'
" li fond ,,'!, and foc 1 Ii !;:! r !' r
( r-tl le t on.pi 1,-atl m. and at I i-t t i b
ton the cold hand of charily for -upp,
inly think for a n
many awful emisi
ui'-iit my friends of the
Helices arising from bi
t, -int. i ram
llow often has it been the
fore ( 1
f Laving that vow we Lave made Le
d and many wittu's-es broken T It
has been promis,.,! that we should be l.ived
dean-r than all. Then how sad it is to kn ovv
that another object of a husband's love has
become our rival ; and instead of every j leas
ing ,i-soeiation connected with the endear
ing name of hu-bi.n I, nothing ere long may
be it-f I but the remembrance of better day- ;
whll-t wo may be forced to drink the bilt.-r
ilraii"hts of oar sullei iug tear- and doomed
lone wanderers in this unfeeling and Si-iiish
world. J la-baud's I fathers ! think of it, ere
it be evci lastingly too late, for what is
there on earth to compare to the solitude of
the heart ; whose afVecti'-'tis are thrown back
upon itself without an object upon which t
rest ; whit h lias felt its better feelings blast,
t il, and the fountain of sympathy dried up
by the whirlwind of pa-si, and the frost of
disappointment. a,:,l its only hope cherished
as the solace for every woe cru-hed by one
fatal stt p. Language caiiimt de-cribe, nor
imagination portray, the utter loneliness of
such a heart. How call man pollute with
an inebriate's breath that home which she
has beautilied for her comfort and bappi
m s ? Ibune, the only place on earth here
true happiness is to be found. If f. ding
has not forever tied from your bo-onis let
: us beg of you in the name of all you hold sa
cred in life to sever at once thai cord which
binds vou more c' sclv to the s mice of all
wrefi'lieiliiess tloill lo those helloes whose
a(W.imt;S arc lu&x with yours ami wli-vr
sail l(s-ii of iippri:irliiiiLr want i to hv cn h y
t'1" pallid check and drunken eye of bar you
have chosen as your partner for lile ; her
; who was once perhaps the pride of her fam
ily, and the life ol "very circle ; her who
I keeps lonely w atch at the dead hours of
night for her absent hu-baud, who is revel
j li ii -g in all the prolligacy of the age, and at
the fir-t sound of bis t 't-t, p flies to n t
I him, ami there, alas! to behold with tuiii
I gletl horror, shame, repulsion, ami contempt
the companion of lu-r life ; feeling likesoim'
,,,lt i,.,,,, an,i t) i;j,s tiat i.Wi !,;,!,
ad mother lor her idiot child, there to press
I other being iu the w ide world would eonde
! seem! to touch. Such is woman's lot : not
exaggerated, but still more darkly dyed.
: Will vou not then lend your nit! in the pro
I motion of her happiness? Her position in
society is such a denies lu r the 111, city ot
protecting herself. Then do it for her.
To man she looks for protection, and 1 must '
say that our hopes for protection there have j
almost ceased to be cherished, since tle-y
who stt ri to deplore her melancholy fate are
often the first to press the husband to the
festal board ami praise the sparkling vi'iie,
and urge him to partake. And 1 am sorry
tosay, that even some of those who profess
to be worshippers of the living !od, seem to
cling to their habits of intemperance with all
the perseverance of martyrs. They seem to
have ovcriooued me very spirit oi mat reli
gion which they profess to venerate. How
can man kneel before bis Ood, and pray tor
the reformation of tlte world, whilst he is en
couraging that which poisons the heart, and
renders man incapable of reformation?
There is no longer any doubt of the part
which the christian lliould net. He is im
periously called upon; by the principles of
his religion to abando all connexion of ev
ery kind with the intoxicating cup. Jlemust
know that every glas he drinks is a w ar
rant for his neighbor Ito do likewise; and
I,'.., 1j' kr. f.'A .1 . ..t
n,l,'. t, Ji;. ,i. i.
I '., f , , . .
.mm iii.iiib -i-iy iL-tiii aim i;ii:i i mult l-i
,i I i i- 1 i 1 .i
Jile winch religion m-Jires, and poisons the
very soinn which itgrafs, laying waste every
'le and manly feelil
g of the human heart,
ailJ cverv lovely traithi the human charac-
tcr. Then resolve tiat vour iulluciiro in
. I .
the cause of temperate- sdiull once more
M,reaJ its rrotoet.in.T win", over the land I
; fr ho red t,tin .v--ir .-nimtrv Tl,,.,.
i rwf(ve t nlllt. tliif (. ; rutt!r life shall be!cite J'olir J""--t active symp
womau S lillMllesl ; find tl,!. sheMiull lint rm :
down with sonow to tbu grave a drunkard's :,llf! ''v of London aL.ne 1,H persons
wife; a drunkard's child. Should these j w,i0 rose in the morning without knowing
our bi-t and earnest cntreities be of no avaiM wl"'ri' or how they were to obtain their 'dai
my friends, wo can only leave you to the lb' bread,' "d I remember, al-u, somewhere
mercy of that (iod, who has said no li unl;. 11 li:uo u, that the Kl.-emo.-y nary estab-
iiid shall ever cuter the Lti"ln,L nl vi ,i.hn":Ut "' I'-ngland co.-ts aniiually XKI,
A LA IJ V.
from llie Lynchburg I!jinss.
AN'OTIIKK WKLSTI'.IL AND PA 11 KM AN
i e were sliown, on r-atirdav. a letterl'V. ho, mv
from a young friend at Kmawha Salines,
'a., of which we have pcrnission to copy u
Kanawha Sai.inks, Sunhiy, Feb. i:i.
1i:a:i : Oiir Valev was thrown
iderable exciumt it e.-terday and
to-day, by the di-cn'cry of a very singular
murder, perpetrated a few miles alone us.
It seems that a man by the name of Strog
bin, owed one Homines, .n-rul bundled
dollars, and a; i pointed an en ning. (last 1'ri-
day) for st ttlt un-iit. Stro.Liu jeft his work ,v
iu the ecliing and Went IjlVa hon-e, tell- I
ing his comn anion that he vas eoiier to set.
tie' with 11. Since then k- had nut been1
seen or heard of until ids friends, becoming
, alarmed at his sudden exit, commence d a
search filially entt n d ll's Louse, air! looked
ev. ry v.h.'ie a body e .,ild p.-.-il.-ly be con
cealed, and fiLiiid iii -tiling, iiit',1 one of tlu-iu
thinking pr..i,a! ly of the iioturious Web.-tcr
ca-e, comiucm-t d scraping; in the ashes, and
to his surprise, foul: I -.-vcrai luiinaii t- t th
and the ehei LLone, al-o, pari of the 11,-1,,
siipjiosed to be that oi the lniu, which had
run into a crevice in the tire place partly
roasted. It was a vi ry large i;ro daee, five
feet long. It is kiiowi." that K. bud ueaiiy
a cord of pin.- knots at l is hju-c. which il
seems were all burnt ip. lb. was immedi
ately arre-ti d and committed to Jail uii
Sunday, lit cxcrcisid more ingenuity than
Webster did ill ilispo ing oft!,
few biiit-- that are found will be diificuit
it.etitify a- t!io-, of a man. from tie ir cal
lined state. Ills triulwii! he Very hit, ristin
il further developuieits are ii -t made.
mvstkiiI'U's iifSAiTi: n.Xi'
Intense anxiety stil eiists in har!c-to
1 1 i-h girl vv ho vv as
lie fate of
rrot'-.-taiiti-in, and wle s
my-terioii-ly disanpearel s
i suddenly and
'tne v.t t ks ago.
I lie excitement yesterdiy became so great
that the authorities deeamd it priilcl.t t -.
order out the military and file ticpartineiit,
iu orrb-r to be aide to ipiell any disturbance
that might take place. It was fortunate
these precautions were tikeii, for at night a
mob numbering some fi e thousand persona
gathered about the Liclmond Str
ol:e t 'hut ch, and eouilneieed break
po-t-, fences, e. ; bit -evt ra!
eiMiitanies soon appearid up. ,11 tie' ground
and nit the rioters to flight. Lide-s the
mystery concerning thegiil is cleared up,
further disturbances may bu anticipated.
X V. l'unild.
1 lonora (,'orcorr.ii, tin lri-h girl whose
niy-t lions di-appearatiie wa- the t aii-e id'
the recent riotous procicdings in Charles
t in, Mass., has returied to thai city iu
charge of ln-r mother. She. had I ecu taken
to l'hlladolphia, ami lure remained till
brought away by her pirci.t.
Till-: CA LOHK KIUt'SStiN.
We have no wi-b tosay a word again.-t
the in if method of projui-ioii that is abt tit
to be te-ti d in its appliititioti t"the Hrie-son,
whit h Vesel in the couise of ;i sli'.it period,
may be expected to irrite iu this country
from America. All tint we wish to draw
attention to without aiy disparagement to
any successful modification that Mr. Ki les
son may put in operation connected with
heati tl air as a motive powir, is the fact,
that the invention, said to be bis i- not new.
About thirty years age, a vessel named tli
High and Lad, that many of our readers
will reniembi'i' as a passage boat on the
Clyde, was fitted up by Messl-s. Claud, ( lir.l
wootl and Co. of this ei;y, with a calorie en
gine, the invention, wo I elicve, of the Key,
Air. Stirling now tniul-h r of a pari-h ( al
sloii, we think near Kilmarnock. Thi- en
gine propelled the ver-.-cl at the moderate
rale that gave satisfaction in those day-, be
ing estimated as working to twenty h.'f.-e
power. It was subsi-picutly removed Ir on
the vessel in conse,, icnce v( the working
parts yielding to the enormous heat, and
thereby becoming soli, : nd giving way, ami
its place was supplied by an ordinary ileum
engine. We fear that ('apt. Lriesson's en
gine will labor under alike disadvantage;
but be that as it may, he must content hiin
' self ai ranking in this muiitry as the m, re
j modifier of the invention of Mr. Sterling,
whose calorie engine we saw working regu
larly in lhindee, in 1"! I, in a factory.
(i'''o.tgtir .LA-, ';Mr.
The Revision of tlie California Ooii-titn-tiou
reeomiiiended by tdovcrnor .lohu Lig
ler, in his late message, was referred to u
select committee, from which three separate
reports have been made. The first insists
that it is not a rev i-it n of the constitution
but an otpializatioti of taxes that is needed.
The sec nid opposes I dh a revision of the
institution anil a divr-uui ot the Mate ,i:
likely to prove injurious. The third r, port
favors both reviniou and division.
JI1IS. EX-li!E.SIl)KNT TV LEU AN J)
THE LlCllliSS OF SIT11LT1LAND.
MllS. .llI.I.V O.-iltlllKlt 'l'VI. Kit, publishes
in the I'lichmond Lmpuircr nti -'iit'iit re
ply to the officious letter which the Hii'di
e.ss of Sutherland and other notable ladies
of England thouul.t pmper not long since, to
send to the " omen ol Amen
,- ,, j ,
qiic.-Uoii of doiue.-lic shivery
1 T, . ,, . , .
The following is an extract fio;:: the letter.
' If you wi-li a sug'estion us to the suit
able occupation of your idle hours, t will
point you to the tni; field for your philan
thropy the unsupplied wants of your own
iconic ol J'.ujrlaud. in view ol vour palaces.
there is misery and siilleriug enough to ex
thies. I reiiiem-
1 t'1' l'J 1'av0 "rrt! " latei. , Ul.-f, ttiCI.. Tftro ill
ti have seen, that the I
lishiueiit of Kngland c
lUbi.lKld sterliiig a sum -renter than that
expended by the frugal and economical goy
criimcnt of ours, with its army and imvv,
and civil and diploiuut-c bill. .irely, here
is a field large enough fur the ino-t getier
ous ryiuiiiithv ; the mot unbounded thari-
ood jiuchess ol ."Sutherland,
on an cml
V ot nicrcv to the poor, tin
stricken, the hungry and the naked of your
own laud cast in their laps the supcrfiiix
of your enormous Wealih ; a single i.-wel
from your hair, a sin -le li-ih fr..u. oiir dn .-s
'would relieve iiiany a poor female of Kng
land, who is now cdil. an 1 shivering, iiiel
destitute, loiter the abode t,f ties., bill, ,n
'and want, and cause sip.ialid w I'ctci.i dm -s
to put mi one smile of i .mfjit, perhaps the
flr.-t one which has li.:I.t uji it - I'aee f..r a
life time. I . v. c ir tj the Honicii ed' tie:
oath t ) alleviate
ol' tie i
j - -
svlci, ".' ,v I t , r . I nice nOer r ,:i tit'.
iinithv, I u jed
, but re
iiiion of Ireland, witu lis populallo
cently starving' tor lo id, winch v, as ! r,i 1 v
supplied !: :.: our gr.im-ries. and at tliism.i
lie nt craving meley lrolu uvarieij.is laiel
1'irds, vvl.o, to extend the an:, (,f grai-.iug
laie'.s, are levelling their bumble collages to
the ground, an I o -tiding them f ,; th t tli :
iij ui the p ibiic Li.li-.vays. Woineii ofllng
lainl, go thither with your t. n Icr charities,
'flu re, on the r nut side, silii:- all al'.i-n-.sal, d
and exhausted mother, ,-tlll straining Jn-r
peri-bing child t' her 1 rea.-t. while the uti-
Li! -band and !'::
and lalln nt;e-s, s!,, i.
the heart rending sc
Well-fed negroes of th
ol''0's of a: ,ny over
lie. Spare fi"Ui the
sir States one drop of
Vinpalhy, to pour m-
to that butt r cup w lilt-1
sorrow and with l ars. i
troddi II Ireland I luui'l
of in d !e deeds ami gt in r
j'.i. l ruiinnig vv i t Ii
,- sllh- 1 ill J, t'.oW S.-
p... try and song,
..itesin.iii an 1 the
ji' you in t!,.- syin
IJ.eil of iili!:il: l.
li by starvation
p.aee . the waiv
I I ' Jill
, :..! i-
Let the Celtit
from the laud
this would I e
with i -e and
This Kt!, r
ts of the I
race bo tli
of tin ir
r-, ami its I'j'i-
it Wit II
vv, 1 ut
w a- ( Hi itcd ! y
the fair autli.-r-n
iii the llich
"f vt hleh thiui:
nld be made t .
those t ) Vt le Ul!
an appeal Widen v, a- Inane to
ess tin. nigh a eomniuiiieali.
mond Lii'juircr, the writer
ing a (suit libit- lo -o:-i' sb-'
the lhiti.-h ladies ly one cf
lie li' ai'pt a! Was addressed.
' I vvil
es gt I,
Vt i.ture t )
lelllell, ill V
and t ducat
! 1 .
- .N 'l
filliV po .-ess,
in regard to
ditlon of thc
1 of the fe,
! vv.r t la-
l.;S ..1 ttiilt
has tl :;v. '
b.-t rved the c.
iii fret eountrie--,
yt t live- at the
so for year. , in a
i ovv in r ,.!' slaves,
i'eby con' i ll .!. s
, .i i
I'l-escnt time. ;. .. . i. i- t
slave holding c oiiinunit y, i.
t l Vv!) O-e L lppiiit ss she ti
far n: 're eil.eiei.'.lv than
aboliti . This lady
be In ai d w ith inn rest by
And truly she has re-p
t!,e whole 1. ,-t of
iiiibt and w iii'i l
ail parties to this
mded with abilitv
r. tin- Al, xaudria
and t do, iiei.ee. 1 he b.
rt of Mi
-poet I.", ,
, of duty,
1 and ih-
lii,';iit r, " wo rt
i'althf.l! exeeuli i
if of In r insult,
bee a us.
re !' .r t
', iu be
jtii'ed country, and in ti
truth, she lias had the I
tach In r ow n name t her a
Ul ilgo to
ini'.-a! lo i loaue-
The letter of Mrs.'
attention, an! will d
r is attracting much
t'.t'ss have a- t .' n
sive a pi ru.-al a- da le '!'
style of tlie letter is, 1,
thought to be rather ma-e
' 1 '
We give an act"
Suthcrl.iii 1 , w bo In
i-ts in tlicir addivs
on the siibj n t ,'f .
New V u k I rib line
ut t of the 1' iehe-s of
a I. ,! the la.ly-ab dition
. t i the A niei b an hi iii ;
lav t ry. It is ti-oiii tii
an 1 II is without doubt.
1- Sl I
an t iiiiltcnn
ii iu ail th" son!,
!m -s ot S'ltheriiin
I l.iii.ls ll.avi,
is, she i- M I i
s nit hern woim-u are the
the social t xeeilei.eii still
1: was only after I'll
and real Usurpation w a.
cible tt-aiisf .ifuititioii of
,s s;ip. e.eilileil
emit ted, the
inn ropi lly
the private property, in tlie modern n-c.
of the Chief. I i. -I Is, il vvh st ... 1 ..; the
heat! of this cooiioinii a! n v "1 at i m. was a
female M-hemet A'.i, wl: 1 had well digested
her Maltluis i!ie '' '' ss . S .t-.. ..,
alias .1a, . io,n ss S'. ;" '.
Let us il:-t state lli.it the ancestors of
the Marchioness of Stall' ord wt re the " great
men," of the mo.-t northern pint of Scot
laud, of very near t'oree-ij'.iarti rs of Stitli
ei iauilshiiv.' This county is more extensive
than many French IVpnrtnionts or small
ilel'iiiaii l'riiieipalities. When t'.ie Countess
of Sutherland inherited these estates, which
UUe afterward brought to hc-r hu-bnad, the
Maruiscf Stafford, afterwar.i Duke ofSuth-;
erland, t'no iiopulalioii of ihem was alteaily;
reiiuced to l.,(Kl.
M . t j , il ,. . :
My lady counte.-s resolved upon a rauica
, i.e.. il.- i
eeoiioiiueul reform, and ileteliiinied ui.oii
. r .I ii. .
transforming the whole tract of country
, i . i-ii . i.,;
lnlo slieeii-wallis. 1-roln lil t to l-.M,
,i , . ,!.... i i -. . i ...,,,,,
lliese l.).!M),l n.h.-ihitaiits, aiiout .!,"(n tan.i-
i- , ,. ,i ii i i .
lies weresysteiualical V cxpe ed and ex fr-
-,' , , J.,, ,, . ,
miiiatcil. All their villages wcru d, i;n,l-
: i i ii ii i ,i .i . i ,
lslied and burned down, am al then- h.- . s
. i .' i, . i ,
converted into pasturage. Intl.- i -
, . , i i I .i
HII.I.-I ni n; e.-iinuuieieii 101 lliis exeeiiinui,
and came to blows with the natives. A n
II., ,, - . . , , .
old womiin refusing to riuit her but, was
1 , ; ,, ,, " .. .' ,, , ,
Iiurned iii the flames ol it. 1 hus my ady
countess appropriated to herself sw ,i hn,,.
,,. ,.,,....,.,, , . .
' ".':"" '" ''
Vliiell i'.,,i;l lla:- ier---i-ioria! lux,!
belonged to the chin. In the exuberance
.,f l,..i. .,.,. ......;i ti. n i ... .i
... .... i. ii. , rn, iiiiniu ,i i,j tin: I k H'
I ,. , ; , , 1
en ii.iute.s iinoiit si. i ooiisauo acres. in l i s
..... i" :i.. -i-i... . . ... i t i
pei iai.no. j iiese o t-i'ii acres n i ii
t " i , , ,
lading wa.-ie uiilil then, and no itM iiin- I i
the pfiijii it.tor.T. 'J lie countess wa.- iicro,is
eiiougii to .-ell the acre at -s. fid. on an ai i-
age, I i the eiaii-iiieu win, ,.u-
r eelituries I, a t
had., he,! tie ir blo-,d f..,r her family. The w l..,!c
ol' (he unrightfuily itt-;n- 00 dated elan lai.d,
. i . ,i:. : i i ' , ,
sue unni.-u nuo iiir-ge sn,-cp i.-irttis, each
r . i i -. i , ' ,
oi iiiem liinaniieti ry one single laiioiy,
uio-tlv Knglish fa rm -la bo re I-.- ; ami in l'l
I . I1 . ! ..
the l" niiUCaelshad already been .-upei -ed-cd
bv I HI .imil 'be, i,
A port! jti of the ab rb i::,-, l,ud ben
.1 .. .. .1 , ,
iniown upon me .-tag. r, . aiei all, n ; ! .
to live by li .Ling. 'I 1., v I . came ampin! i- '
ous, and, as an Knglish auth -r - a-,-, li .c l
half on land and half on watt r, a::i a;', v
ail did not half Ii', e ua 1 -til.
t!:a mi:. k i;i;i:tts lmttki:.
We have nns:i-!y ! . !.-! for the eoin
int ..: ' on the L.iti.-h pies.- on the j, tn r ,.
Mr. blv- ii tt iu l, . po,, ,' t I tl.,, J j- J ,.;. (.,
'i.r-r into a treaty Vslii, I ranee and Kn '-
'anil to secure i 'aba t Spain. I r en an
article ill the London Times we o'iote the
i 'llov. lug paragraph :
'I no cl.i! orate a;, 1 circumstantial d,
p-'f'-l. iu "Lb 1, Mr. Kvi r, it ;.e tlh.-s tie- i
Lis .1 Ot 1,1 - v Vel-lilllCilt t . Co
x in the
1 v ; ' al- "f 1'rai ee an I lln. i. i, ! i-, ; r.
Imps, the very bi-t d, fern .- that e n'.d i.av e
been made for tie- 1 .'' y in .oie-': o. I;
confesses with n:iii-uai cntn! r-r the u I : - i . r
.pi'ct.-it!"!is of the Am. ricati -;!, r 'ts
to v, !,:,e i.; t. i Im -I " the ib -tiry .(' tlo
I ::i 'ii in temj rate Ini iiign : -., and ili- ti!
t! - pr--' a! 1 ,. -u'ts , f tl;"' e .nv.-nti'.n -o. -
"'- 'I vii'li v ;. :t we inn t ad;
i-i ra! I --, 1: vv, .1 1 1
di iiy tliat ! y the pr.-pi-s,- 1 r- i
saerifiee of the I'l.itvd St.-tc- v
tt-r and more vve-'l.l,. it,.,,, il.-.t .,,' ,1 .. . v
tl' eo ii true tin' potv el'-. . V s if e;n ( ,-i in m
i d w ith perfect sii.ce It ., ; 1. at n- it her i i ; at
liiitain i. -.- !': i de.-ir. . r La- , , . ;- ,. .
sii' d. tie- i,s -, -i. of ' a ; and li.l- i ...
fir !e-s pr. oh.-' i v t- I i title V -:' tl: M..;, ,
tlniii to the slat ut the I !.; n, it f. ii us,
t'f c.'iir-e, that the two li,n pe-.i, t-.n.in-ineiits
would have ,-t .lothlng- l y the exe
cution of the t oiiven'i in, win rea- the Ame
rican government would Lave surrendered
whatever pr -pt ets i: might ei.tei tnin.
We are ,piiie pr, m.iei! al- , t-, ;;i!:i.oui-
ed 'e lli'it. e ilisi.l, iin ' ll.e li -si- - ,.('.,
at the mouth of that gulf vv hiel: ri,e, i , ,
inightv livers of the 1'nited State-, ahd the
pr d. able development ,,f so yoiiiig and si
povvciful a naiiou, die ae.juisitioii of tie- is-
Ian ! at some time or .giiei- might n .lui ail v
t iO. r into the v i-i. ei-,,f .,,,, stnio no n.
If Am ;i. :.:.. ha 1 mv . r .- aid . i; In r h -- , r
tier.- than .'!r. I.v ei"!t ii"-,'. v-tiiem
il tht V had (!. lined tin ir w ii it-w- t i lie
ordinary (dial. et s of the liiture, an s had lor-
bom-- to a-eiibc vhws of a tlilb .rent c un-
pit xioil to others the propo-al of the tli-
partite convention could haril'iy have been
'liv -ted of the character of impel ilnei.i .-.
H it we learn Ii"iu th ir own till hm,:::!.-
joildieati'.ns that the (but rnimnt ,f 'a-l,-
liigton ha- or some tune pa-t !eeli i ngagc I
in in. pressing upon ahi-h .'iini-i,i - t..
aggressive iut, nti ons of nili r Mat- -, ate!
l -pici:ll!v of tills country, I-e-liect.ng tin-
island ..f Cuba, and iu ju-til'yii.g by tin so
all, "i-niiolis. lis , iw 11 nlV.eioim .,,,,1 hi,, .: ,,.
mile prot eedings. At th" same time, the
iopu!ar feeling of the S'ni oi has b en so i ".
solntely bent upon a for, ibl" a-iticipi.il"e .;'
its "do-miy" in this p.iitb-i.lai-. that t1,-'
supreiu" goviTiimetit had s-ono uiMieuir v m
pi ev eiiting, on the pal t of its own !!.;
an explosion ol tho-e very designs vvbn 'i it
was imputing t- others. lii.lt r th --e elr-eum.-taiiet
s, t'.ieret'ore. the govevtm.. nt - f
l-'i iim-e and Kiiglaiid were manlft -i ; -,- war
rant ed iu ta king the Ann 1 le," n t i , , ..t
at its w,ird, in disclaiming f--r tl,, m-. :v ..
all the lil-ideii-'oiis. nsfiil" '1 t i tl.eni, an ! i:i
asking for such a diselaiuu r in 1 : i: i :: -
w, , ;ld set at rest forever a question wl.i, li i
the .lin-ln an- ; leuisei yes l.ii , l , , u i'S
i l : V
net l ie il in rai-m.
Ml'. linrett s
.li. th nigh lilstili il.'e, in out' o.i.o hi. n -
a pit t o of national p iliey , mu-t, in v , -rt !,.-
less, be eo e'l-ive evid.liee of tile- tilitll of
the ease, ami e liv iitce the w , - v!d of the r,'s
views of the several parti- c o. -i n.,. 1.
SNOW A IU'N!im:i l'liliT HliK.r '.
The St. Louis ln!,!il, net r p.i' li-!.es a
It tie l- fi .i.i an ovt il ini , ni.gvaiit t 'l' ili-f'i-i.i:!,
nl.l, h give, a f. iii-:'-il account !' a
tt-i n, ii 1" : ! st om in jb" in i;i n' :1 ns
n. '.,-.- m V.d-ey. l,i vtl, .1 is e:.li, d t'..--,t
oil iinn, it. the v.-.ln r sav, !.g tntgl.t
1. ,1,1 of pi no trees, ai0 miv,, t .t,fi !,:. I , ,
i- an item that shou! 1 have a bi iilin.' up ' i
'i oil, sf. ,tl It 11 v.: ,- -ol, i'le t !i
th. ..u;li I-gs.. uiiiU
a I :.,.''.. 1 1. , t p. v
1 1. -ii.ee of rem -, a! '.y ;riv
:i tlie oi-
st.Ui 1 il.il '
Vi t i.lV l l.t -
Tlie Si iel.tille AlielleaU S.T.S t'lilt Cn'il-
p!-u- hi.-' i di-, .v,:.-! t b iili.:;'!!'!"
to that terril le poison, .-tryelir.iu '. A ina'i
wlio Lad been thrown iut) imiiviiW ois by
two doses of t ho poison, one-sixth of a grain
each, administered for the rheumatism, was "Wearing - -releived
by tvventy gr iius of idiauipli-ir, t ak- t;u ' " ' '
en in six grains of alm.vnd mixture. lr. S.i !-
dock, in a Utter to the London Lau.-tt,
claims to hav6 mads the dibcovery.
Til E EITECT.S dE EL'KOPEAX V.'All
1. '( ). AMJilECAN CO.MMEIK.'E.
., , , ,. . , ,
I l "in a 1 in-.' and iMiwetlii -peccu I. a
, , . , , 1 ...
,,v ',r' ' "I "U at a late peace meeting 111
, . , 1 , . . .
.M.ii.ei.t-Mi i t,i, u a aiieiioi ii jv soi no i x
i , , , .. ,r .
tnou-aiid i-er on-, we v.iue the fo l owing pa-
, ' , . , ... .. ." 1
I'a.laiili.i leliiilV'- to tie' eth et n a Euro-
I war ii'i 'ii A HK-iii-aii comiiicree :
,, i , i , , , ... ,
, " -sou, 1 I. live h.-al-d a . ercat dea lot tra-h
, ,, , , , . , .
taim il, and Imve m en a Lrciit ileal l:io,i;
, , , i . , , , i .
v.iilti-i!. ah, n,t what i-i to be ixpee , ! from
,,, i -,;, , r i i .
1 nit'!l states ol . iiu-l it-i it ie d i ..;i e
' .,- .. Ol, I I, ... i ., : ....
,'. .' ' V ' . " . ', ' , '
A UK I ie.l 1a ti' -t ei
.liaeiiea is ciiij. : I i I ;,l I,, i -e , in a -
., ,. , , . '
iianee Willi t:,e An:lo.ax."ti race, to luaUe
,. -,, , , ...
' .,' , ' ..' ' ''. ,
v-r villi 1 ral.i;,' I ti :1 oil hat t he L lilted
Is:,.,,, . ,v;i ,
States will do ; the l:r-t thill" t'uev v. ill di:
Will be t i a -
a V, ; V t , all;!1
le:, ;, that ,. i l
, , .11 i i
' ol ,-i-jin a v. hu ll w a., e. a;n-,t d ale'
:, i ed
, . , ,
''! '' 1 v.r. ano was 1
, , .
0 :i -t i' ei t ! ii a I ! I
I e:.e.'. .N..iv, ', -,!l
in tartly I , i, i.o-ii,,., i,...
m all , . ,-. A., i ,,e
iv ii, v. ;;, In r t.,i.!.ae i
il i ' lir ., i . to do . i-.ii, 1
, i i " , ''
v " ' ' e .
e.;n ' ll t
' I-.,,.- i , i , , , , ,
di-'ii law.- I pen,' 0
l.'-W I lir, lie t:
lie it-bants el Lite
- talk ,o ; .:!
var. t-- pay
,!;,!, I,.,.! I,
v :. .: I .-as : . , . , i
I I :, I lo, j;,y, - 1 , ; rail ,1. if
t - a - .:,! In, a i'. v. Hi,
lof. in.- !, :', ' f n.;,i :!
t.y a si ...t st- :,i,o r I oi.; on
i ' - -l .il.g .y. r l el'e v. ith
- t ' -' i.: ' a- pi I,:, t y
;t i ,,.
:;. rein. : t
11U ' r !' - lio ll-l, I!
i -ei i., t tie In ni;c !,.- - i t.r
" 1 I
T Ami v, ho ii, -il
! en rrv on e, nun, t-.
- -. ii 1 .- 1. el t j pay
U.M.. tie e Vii.o
l'! .'l '." V "II t,;l
tloii in air. i -.iii:.
-i! or 1, i ,. , . ,
brougi : ti.. i,- L"
V l.:.t -.Ml e'tie
i.' ; " I- in any i ,;- ehl ':
1 e ti,. - i li. , t ii,.-tiM,tly of war
W! t 1 ae V"U- bar! .r k!.! go
!- 0 ii' - iii, 1 LO ie.l-!' r I I'l l 1
.. s.. j -. oi' i .lei, -l.ij -, "i- i .
t: - i" I :' 1.
vvl. -n ail tl
. o I
i! 1 '
ii . ,. e. i
whig a vv a;-
V - .id
vt !,,i h - .,
ti.at i- t i
:i ! I. Industry
1 i vv !n:.U rial
,ni,v into ciis
" rlw iniiiei-iid
vi ai - a.o ; f r
I. rn.t 1 ,:.i. : t.-r ',. I.;;
I. ;.t I
"W-'-'l" '"" i ' :r ' i-.-i
an . ,.-uu ; i. .! y i i.m e.-,t rf;.
: - - : ; - ' ' ' I . I !r
wir t i: . ,- ; tn ; -. but .-(. n t
I I' y ' ;'!' " '! I '' '
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l" ''" ' "
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b ,i: - !
it v. i!i
i ; I
;;;'V i M i'. !!;'!' '. ' ! ii'i Tt 'III -
' of X.-,v V .-!.. tin- year
hvivy. i i. -. t ! il v ali;
i a! t'.ie p U i.i.log tl. :
i in I - i. a.: i
0- t ,: e :-; ei-ling n -
i','l i-e- t he
'"' '' ' L 1 ' ' l.
1 '' t!'' :!'0! I
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e.i-oi:: i, t.-i
w : ' : i I r a vv :
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p i- c nt.
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