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OIOlLaOTS, 3NT. O., MA" 26, 18S7-
THOMAS J. HOLTOW,
Kditor & PaoraiiToa.
The Nortii.Oarolioo Whig will br u (TrJrf to sub.
.rrih'rn 1 TWO HOLLARS in advance TWO
poLLA!! ANO HK'H' I KNTS if iiyiiiint be
drln ved lor nine ninndiii ; anu I IIKKK DOLLARS
at tue end of th. yt. Nu(iaier mil be d.acun-
d.'ini'ii until all arrearages me (mid, except at the
,1 the Kdilfir.
i,lK-rtienicnts inserlcd ol Onr Dollar m r square
! rr It", till" anid type) lor llit tirnl inser
I,on,ntl !ij cent" lor each continuance, (nurt ad.
serti.eniinls i fherin"'. Salen rhuigcil V5 -r
ei-iit. hiiflirr ; imil deduction of 33J per ec.it. will
be nimie from the regular priori, lor advertisers by
tlie vejr. Advertisement, inserted menthly or
quarterly, al CI per )'lr fur each time. bc.ii
.ninthly Jj ceiita per aquari' fur each lime.
J'j'iiatiHit'aU rt are suthorisid to act aa agents
THE ATLI1-AKIG SOTIir.R.
Mr marrud daughter could vnu
I'm urr you W"Utd Ik: struck
.Mr ri. ughlcs all are ch-.rniing frls,
few mothers he inch luck.
M Hurried one my. thie.t cl.il.l
Ail hcrla by mneitf a iria ;
Afi-f n.y prei..l n semblrs her
M'l yt 'f't think them tw.na.
My married lUnglitrr abulia hir spouse ;
She's quite a . litem wilt ;
At he adores her well he mar,
h men lead auch a li'r !
ut'.r hsd .t-rrkd umrtaf man
Hid he nut won lief Imrl ;
A"! mi' s.coii4 (Wr-ling's jut the imr
They're setriun. knuwn -rt.
jl-r husband tift h.s pri-.s'd my i,..d.
While le-irs etotid in Ilia eyre,
A;id aaid, M Von bruutit my Sunn up
With y .u tlm credit lira."
T m4kc tier a dumeatie wife
I was all in? aim;
And my eicund la dumcatir, tu
My iyateui wa the aatue.
St, An you U', I re fun tlioujht
The cldeal mf the two,
(!'r e'a warned, ao I may apeak out.)
Would juat haee tinted tou '
Yn'i nri i lie litr Imw aliail 1
My tijrst girl pvttraj t
Oh! my eunn'aju her rtunter'rt.
An! her yuu'il uitt to-day.
l-Trum the American Organ.
A IIO.lli: TOKV.
nv know cam1.
Twa toward the I wt of January, 1944, i
and winter, cold and drear, awayed its icy
sceptre over the gay and populous city of
Wsahincton. The morning had been dark :
,A wm .r ..i.ht nn . ,rri. '
ble snow storm eompelb d man and beast to
seek shelter. The clouds were drifted across
ih. .k.liBe..eil smrits onu-udin for do.
million, tb pieicin blast bowled dismally
J . . ..
through the almost deserted airtets, aud the j
...... ... iui Benin: A w . uiv c. 1.11 ? ..u
,;l bis fury I
t i i.i ... i .
In an obscure but pleasant street, stood a
tlait. neat frame tenement who-e .r ncr-
plain, neat frame tenenunt. who e appear-
that class of persons who were compelled,
by daily labor, to sustain themselves. A
ciieerful fire was burning in a grate in the
interior of one of the apartments, shedding
a bright glow over the pleasant countenances
of Albert Maon, bis wife, and daughter.
Ho was a steady, industrious mechanic,'
Kilos n..tiMal..il a a ksiii-.rit J nea rt
e.r.iiiiv .ilh hnn.,.1 iii.lii.l.i- tlin .nnn. nl
- - ""''"- ,,, n i.i , ... ..,.w v.
porting hi small family, and loved and
rc-peeted by all it. the circle in which he
moved. His daughter Katu was a quiet,
dsrk eyed girl of sixteen, whose sunny amilcs
... .wr. w .u...
L,uc around her .hercver L won,. ,
What causes Charlie to stay .o late,
uip'i i. uiti nv iv p... in.,
asked Kate, as she astalthe.it.-
' . ...
- ..CU 1..1I , .3 Ullli.ll ... .11."
dow gating anxiously out into the dark
street, ' i, ,lrCadful night, and the poor
little fellow will be so wet and tired w
La returns Lome."
"Mr. Stauford must be a hard henrte
man to keep him so late," answered
Mason. " I am fu. ful we shall have
take him aw.y, for he has too much lab
in ...... r t ' .i i. I... ....:....
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The nuhied of their oonver-atiou was an ,
"itelligent litllo boy tell years of age who
as employed in carrying bundles and par- j
ri"Is iu a Uree mercantile establishment.
1 lie proprietor was a fiitity-hesrtcd, money
l,riiig man, who did not scruple to go be-
Jou i the bounds of honesty in his business
hen ha eould do so with nor-1
f. -et seeuri.v. and ll.on,!. all knew him to b.
close Mid ncnuri..... v. t verv few knew his'
1 . e- . . ..
real el..e... !.. Ii.. I.;. ,!,.. fuiih.
. - -. . . . . . ...
iuily, and richly earned the small wages he
received so grudgingly, but was often com-;
pelled to biar cross words and treatmeut
fiom his employer, who disdained to let his
children associate with the son of a mechanic ; !
and though a harsh expression would ofteu
call an angry flush to his cheek, aud cause
his Hulo heart to rebel, there was always
one to speak ft gentle word and defend hiiu
from the insulting words of her elder brother
and sister, who considered him far (beneath
them and) inferior to themselves. This was
Alinic Stanford th .in reliant. 'a vol. nf est
daughter, u petted, beautiful child, with
blue eyes and sunny curls, over whose fair
brow nine summers had scarcely shed tlmir
iinbeains. She was Charlie's little cham
pion, for to speak ill of bin. in her piestuce,
"as to call an angry flush to her check and
J-row, and cause her eyes to sparkle brightly,
i hey loved each other dearly, aud the stern
father knew uot how closa were tbe tics that
bound tbe two children as day after day
pas-ed and they became very intimate.
During the day Charlie had been engaged
lu tarrying packages, and when at tiigbt ho
returned to the .tore, tired nd cold, tlier
wan Mill another Urge ono to he carried to
a distant part of the city. Aa the wean
child raUd the luti.lle, he thought of tho
louc, wet walk, and theu of the oouifortaLIn 1
home, with its cheerful, atmliug face., and 1
replacing it ou the counter, he turned and '
entered the private office of the wealthy !
merchant, ltoth tuate and riirnnr. m..r.
combined in the arrangement of thia little ;
apartment, and none eould gaxe on tho fine '
portraiw that adorned the walls, and the
.u rtcn carpet, without awept it lar out into the river. ' Nr. iMaon
thinking how brightly fortune had smiled ..poke in a Uranjrcly calm tout, for the fintt
upon him. In a velvet arm-chair, before J, hook bad pa.std over hia heart with terri-
glowing Gre, aat the proprioror, reluctant to
leave auch comfort, thouch he knew that he
ahould fiud it the nanii in LifAichly furtiin
ed dwelling1, which was onie dixtanee from
hia More, for he dreaded the long, cold walk,
and well ho uiight, for the anow and klret
descended with cutting fiulm.ee, and the
wiud howled uiournlully aruund. As Charlie
opened the door, he turned, arid aecing who
it was, exclaimed roughly,
" Why are you not at your biiiueM 1"
" 1 Lave carried all the packages but one,"
PKrir..ft It a 'urwl it !- . , itntl iift J...I.1
and if you will let me go home now, I will j
come half an hour ooncr in the morning."
o, it must go to-night, or I shall lose
dollar on the sale of it " a:n th miirli
an.wer, and the child turned sadly awav ,
and Fr.p.rcd once more to face the Morn., j
Was thai m.n happy, as, half an hour after, '
he repo.ed on his downy bed, surrounded
U rrn Iniiirt 1M I, nn l.n.. I. 1
"1 'J luxury . J'ld be cast one thought
on the -ear, boy who was then tr.ver.ing
thed.rk Mreet., through wind and storm,
to save him. few dimes! Ah.no; wealth
too often ateeUth, heart to humanity and
lore; too often bind, the soul with a cold,
kt-rn chain tn whi. h .turn ilnll.p .,1,1..
- - j ... -.. -
link, until at len.'th each human feelinr i.
ab.orlcd in tb l7,r of uln
absorled ,n the lore of g.
CIIAI'ILU K. j wrote a letter to his student, (mho slept
Hour after hour aped swiftly on, aud in the office.) wrapped it in a pocket hand
Charlio had not returned home where his kerchief and securely fattened it about the
father, mother, nd Muter were awaiting him
j so anxiously. Not a word had been spoken
, vj cuner .or some ,ue, .u , a ue.u,..M
U.leuce pervaded the apartmeiit At length
i me souna 01 a ten, inning me solemn
; hour of midnight broke the stillness, and as
! the last stroke died upon the wiud, Mr.
I Mason arose aud wrapping hit cloak around
j him, prepared to brave th storm that still This unusual demonstration alarmed the
.raged with violence. clerk, who, supposing he had admitted a
" I do not like to distress you," said he strange, possibly a mad animal, got cautious
turning to bis wife and daughter, "bull ly up for ths musket. The dog instantly
fear something unpleasant has occurred to became qniet ; a match was lighted, when
delay Charlie 10 long; I will go to Mr. " Major," with a friendly wag of the tail,
Stanford, and aee if I can obtain any iufor-! approached, and with a piteous whine at
.nation oonceruitiL' hiui.' and be set out to- tractad the elurk's attention to bis burden ;
i wai ds the merchant's residence. The family !
had retired, and it was with some difficulty
that he succeeded ill arousing any ot them,
! Mr. Stanford, however, after a time appeared
..1- - i. ...... -.1.: - j:.)
at me winnow, quite angry at ocing uis-
i i . .u. i i st
M. i.auired Lnt lime l ou bad Ufi the
! store that evening. i
" I (
' He left t the uual hour, but had
package to earry to Mr. before be!
returned home ; but why do you ask that?"
" Jkcau.e we have uot seen Charlie since .
early in the afternoon, and I am comfident
om. tniug has occurred to delay him," and .
bidding Mr S good night, be turned his step, ,
homeward, where Aui.ie aud her mother
were anxiously awaiting nun.
"Have vou" heard nothin? of Charlie?"
asked Mia. M., as he entered.
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" Nothing," said be, " be left the ouice at
the usual hour with, a bundle to carry to
tm djwi orar iiiu iuud ii w iij i.
distant part of the city, and I fear here
utu'r ,1'c frurful that rose to his
"Speak, Albert," she sail, "I would
know what has befallen him," and Annie s
cheek grew pale as she gaxed on her father's
"Do hot be alarmed, my dear Marv,"
w - '-'i I
a line cu ur ..nil n , ivi iiv u. ......
... . . ... 1 fnr liA Mint lit BVirn
was fcrfully afitatcd, ' perhaps be has
concluded to at.v all niL'ht with his voune
frisnd Ku-eiie Itav, as the night is so stormy
and the distance home long." Sho saw that 1
. - . .. .. .
e was ...... e ....e.s, ,... .,....,.-... . .
and as the blast -h,d around an lie
dered a. she thought of her boy exposed to
.e . i .. .1 .. 'I'l. ..
nan rau.e . u .. .'-
- a . .
that inclement weather. 1 hrough the long
hours of the night they wailed and watched :
him, which It was impossible to shake on.
..,,.. n f the numerous
j . . n .. c5,. wi(h thJ
. , . 0bcrVcd several boys on the I
edge of ,.,e canal, one 't.
ueavonng to reaen win .o..g ,s.,ck, so., e-
.1.: ..........A ...,l .n ll.. .,irfiiA nf the
f srkK.r ami i.t U'tiiriit ri rpcfue i n ii if ni
.' "' i ,
" '"' ' '. " -ll--.- - - I
1 " Why. it's a nice cloth cap, said ho os
hen invam, an-. wneuii.e...o.....g-u.l va. t,)c jr;Ter.g dinnor and it any person at- 'y --"ii"'. -.... 6- -k- 0f all products, are demanded as "tithme; ' .'):, Vir.mia u-.d Ohio fifteen :' 1'ora J--ig"U has luo powers to juij.i urn-
j and bright, every trace of the storm bail i t(niptod l0 ulake free with it, the rat would A brief explanation revealed the cause ot an(j nQt ony t,(c but ,iis wvej ; M Jvl lI)(, ljine Mi,suri j ters in Chins, and that he wiil U Mioug.y
d yanisne.i,ai... ...r. ...asou onee ...o. .e.. .... ftt lliem out of tlie traw. .mere a4 ...u ... vj , .... B... -v.- auJ cudren. and his property entire, are ';,., . v.w i..rsov an, Vermont six : Mas. hllI,l":,rt''J l'- "'c ar'.v U1V-
Mrs. "'""J toe"c" lor ' ai.sem one, tuougn on() di,, al!,Iie 0f .bich he was an inefiicient atiie u.gu nceiea snoes , atieeung upuu uo.u con3eerated t0 the Church. All are at the ' .achsetts and Pennsylvania five ; and New I. .iLe lr ol 1 lias Lec.i signed, ana
to ne scarcely anew w.i.c. way , .. .c. ,,.s prolccl)P, ne I1Cvor could resist plum pud- m r, ... -sr . disposal of lirigham. I York four. The tallest man is from Georgia, " reported mat it nas neen raiinc i.
r step, tnougi. uo n w ..v.,.v . iUigi mml tXl0agU ,ie K(.pt 0u ai other in- r'gJ '"V" , " r '- j The entire male population of the Stale 6 fctft ci incl1PS. Close by him stands one 1 a cn 01 "Jl'11.. "P:i:. u" De;u
i tlie nest, sun m leci.ne vi ".....c.-..-. . , fi . . h.IU.He t. P' "rr " "" I .r nnrn d n the .., (. who r.. .in. ,-r . r... .1 l...,!.... Tl, place. I III a state ol seig'.
" "1 ' .. .
... u. 111.1M1111 1. " ami il h ..ii a .110 iii.su 1
He eXiiinilied it. auu 11 5 v. "'"""".i
1 . .. 1 :.. M 1:.. Al. '-.
lo. 1 Jlar"
" How do you know, LugenoT asked one
of his companions, while they all eageily
gathered around lum.
" ltccause hero are tho initials of his name
' r 1 1 I :..
was uttered, tie , sprang .or ru auu ,.oou ,
the r midst. With a trembling hand be took-
the cap and instantly recognized it. " How
... ... a. a, 11)
did it get in the canal,
Nr. itiason : sain
Kui-rne. " Charlie passed our bouse in the
tl Wl.f it. a men roth ran. said he H"""" ""....i"'". ..........
and my ovwn wnicu 1 mar.r.. ..... ". j01,ard the paternal roaring, and to exclaim, one ot tu servants, wuo was nnyng tue,
myself last night. 1 wonder bow it could I bim. Growler, boy, hold him! bear first bell for breakfast,
hmw got in the canal. Mr. Mason beard 1 . m t,i(, nlk; of LawVfr(0pcmr,g his room door) " Hoy !
every word distinct y, for they weri .not tin n lo be J f for?,
vardr. from tbo bridiio. and ) the lat-t word ( . ' . , M . . f- f ll- . ti r.. j .
storm la-t night and mother made him oome j hoops so extensive, that the clerk ordered
in and get himself dry and warm, but ho here away from the place as an obstruction,
would not stay all night, he said you would . I0 the meantime, a noisy crowd had collect
bo uneasy." As the boy ceased speaking edi .,,.1 the girl becoming frightened, at
Mr. Mason fell senseless to the earth, and; tempted to tear her hoops off, in which she
when he recovered be was at homo lying ou
the sofa, with his wife and daughter beside
him. For a few moments he could not col
lect his scattered senses sufficiently to realize
the meaning of those sad, learful faces, that
bent over him; bu, oh '. the morning's oc-
currence soon rusl.ed to hU mind, for thcra
ou a chair before him, was the dripping cap.
and after atru.-gling vainly to control Lei!
f...li,,. ,'Z i . i.t. I
soiling be.ide her. Mary," aaid he. ' 1
know it in hard for us to part with our litllo
Charlie, but we n.ut not murmur at God's
l.i :n n. .... i n. .i
bridge in the darkuct., and there is no
chance even, of recovering tho bod, of our
little boy, for the current baa by thia time
11 i i
Ule force, leaving it ax calm and ftill aft the
blue waler. of the .-obi. Potomac, beneath
whore tranquil aurfaV
uVe hia darling boy al. pt.
. t;, i r .i
We will leave them to the nolituJe of their
grief, for none but thoe who have had
loved ono taken from tbetn, can sympathize
with the bereaved.
CUNTINUICD NK.XT WKEK.
Unconsuokah'.y Tuuuh. A correrpon
dent of the New York Spirit of the Times
writinS from K""iUe, New Vork, perpe
ratcs the following dog utory :
A most remarkable exhibition of canine
...: ..... i : c. i ...
An'..!.,...,!.. I)r M..P fP,..i....
was hurriedly called in com.ult.tion to ; l
pnlipllt forty n distllIlt. Hi dog, a faith- !
M eompanion and splendid specimen of the '
x- t- ji i i i- i
l oundlaud species, aocoinpamed him.
( n arriving at his destination he found him-:
self minus I very important medicine, which
was e.,entiallv necessary in the treatment
of the case, and which could not be obtained
in vicbitv. The critical condition of !
.1 ..... .n:. ...
WC paitcui wou a noi auniu 01 oi rciurmiii'
f. ; l .1.:. I.. i....i,..h. ft
... .. .. t
ruMy "Major," "ho was ever willing to
obey bis mandates. The Doctor according
neck of "Major, then di$mised him for
boniu. The intelligent dog readily obeyed.
1 we.ve at n.grn louna nun ..own, g .
door ; h.s fam.liar voice awakened the clerk,
who let hiru in and again retireu, out tins
would not answer the purpose of " Major,"
who, having an urgent niisnion to ful61, com-
menced pullinj the clothes from the bed.
(be letter was removed, "Major" fed a j
set out on
pushed beiore noon tue nrxt oaj, carrying
tl,. Hian nf 12(1 miles witl.iu t day and
- - -
.half. This niirvellou feat of canine fidch
ty is well atlthenticatcd.
Air.nn.ini,i.o... ..... uct...
tion of these animals entirely conquers the
ant.pathy which ts entertained toward, them,
1 heir -harp and handsome head their eyes,
their intelligent look, toeir sleek skins, are
"s.j -. -.-
positive attraction in the beautiful manner
hich they sit slicking their paws and
- . , . ,
wasuing-ineir hit., au --.ar., ... ..... ..
tuc5 P,,s considerabl portion of their
j t r-i.i.. Rentier's
time. The writer ou rats in liciilley s
Mi.ceKany " relates an anecdote of a tame
rut, which shows that he ia capable of ser
ving his master as well as of passing a pas
sive rxisleucu under bis protection. The
- . t I .1 1 ... .1.. .Irion, i-xt t .ml....
.u.ma. ocio.ige.. w '-.""
ominous, who gau.i. u.... . '
', ii . ...,,,i ...... i,.
ina some hay. lie was spared because be
, ., J , , . . ' -ajj t..,
had the good luck to be piebald, became
... . i .... ......I,. i. i.
rcinarkab y tame, an 1 grew attach., to the
. . '. . ,
.... ' . . .
. .....I., l.i
ie exiiiuitcu a sense ot
. , nr"r,v ,..,1 warmth bvstrelch-
. . r.,,i t,i, ,i. , i,.
tJ?M fir., ,i ,. ni.-hu after the fire
iuiv ,11. ' - - - r - i
wM extinguished, he
sou i crcen mio nis
milbt(.r; bcd. ; the day lime, nowever,
ower , im. At the word of
comii.a.iu. vuuic iivii, ..ii -
- - th. ample great coat pocket, from
J r . . ., r, , .,
command, " Come along, Ikey, tie would
IUIIIU 111 .IIV .1.11. -.vw. -I"--
fc- was lran,fl.rred t0 ,,e boot of the
0nninus. U,.re bis business was to guard
O taiteilu Uetieie.
Pou-Kaisivo im KnuI-AM). An Knglish
W 'T". LJ"
n e .ou.. ,,......,... ...... ...... - .
.,1 -ill. ll.n atnrv nf a Staffordshire coal
' : ,uu J...:.
I.,... .:.:..:, " .J .o iosiife hi,
in I ii t.r. wiiQ uriiifj b rcaui wi i"m m
T" I ' 7"V-r t,."- i.ft. n l, n,,,,,!
.1... .1.. 1....1 ...f..,l t.i..LUU nun!'1
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And now 111 tlie samo uisinct no eiiargu 01
.. 1 - . . . c
unfilial cruelty is laid against the sn.ith.ho,:
when rearing a bull pup, induced his fath-
er to go on all fours and mutate the bull, and
who was so ue ignieu at sei.ug .u,
pupil pin the old man by the nose, as to dis-
Lborhood of Wolverhampton,
In Norfolk, Va., the other day, a mulat-
to girl went to the market ot that city witn
was aucccsstully aided by two or three 1
colored women present.
When is a razor uot a razor?
is " a little sharper.'
, when the handkerchief with fe,tcd hjluselr aud taken au observation of Z , :". it " ' r.:.3-i ' VrT.- -I.--V;-. "''" of lbe - uhe'1 'St"t' 'M- M or-,"""'i
was adjusted, and the trusty valet bis neiirhbors before a beautiful youiitr lady -a ! . i 6j i 5 law, numbers or should tiuiuher i-,o!i!
his return trip, which was aceom- euteredi ana with a gTaceful w'aTe f (L'e .;?ac,,'Ul0, ' TAr lriZ lof hom I',,4, rf Mi!1 uffic':rs
loun'i iu me iruu oui vwn v. iw ... . i-ygii - n am rmuiu tut ua ui".rn .
Front Ike St. Louis Democrat.
WHAT WILL THE PRESIDENT DO ?
TL" .ia nullification '-open,
vowod in WiHeonatu. I hero
TLcro h imllifiealion '-open, direct and
1 b'I r"",tce f tb O'.ution of the law,
I decl?red jJ tl U- SlMe Cour' ut
8U,te,i " officera have leu wt at defiance,
d the process of the lxurt trampled upon.
' no what will Mt. JJuchnnan do in the
Prem,l ,0,,. 8S' tbo
mouu.t wh,ch fornli f eoiitro-
1 . ' : V " !
l0.a ,tbe "'J f ,rce of ' " 1 1
i ted bUtM U "fr t0 "? fA"' a
vHusc v c kuuuaauu uo k .are luvoiveu. ine
u ., . - ,.i , , . .'
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!?t V j W iL' '.it '
m tucom n, -..imupuKy.
treason against tin; H ilea states in jut
as great iu this case at iU ten millions were
at in.iue ; aud it is jut aa incuinbeiit on the
President to enforce the decree of the Court
at all hazard. If it be not done, then there
is no longer any good rea.on why the Union
should not be held together; for hundreds
of cases will be brought up, not only in
one State, b'tt in all the States, where brute
force can ho!d in check the mere ministerial
agents of the law, and the Courts and the
Government defined on every hand.
In this oaao before us. Booth, the editor
of au Abolition paper iu Milwalkie, was
ionicUd of being a party to the escape of
ftf' e froiu the curtodj of the law
1? "'J $? U' P. nJ the
V , , Tr V", Tu'Va
elaborate pleadings, adjudged that he should
.. ei nni j ft . w m lit
Pl 8.0UO .nd the eos. JheMashalof
f r VT, ' '
t'?ftTun7nA 3 TLtof
K ''J ' f Vrti? . ' !
W",9' "T'l Tl" l '
eu DJ 1,IC
..,. ...., 1 .... 1 . 1 1
rfpi-rly wa iu his custody, and hif
perty was iu his custody, and hi?
sufficient to prevent the execution
frce waa ,ua,c,eut to prevent the execution
of tbe orJer of tL(j (. gutf c
nor was it executed. Nothing cau be clear-
er than it was determined to nullify the!ters. I believe in the pre-existence of man ;
laws of the United States, and now it ought !,bt Adam aud Kve are the parents of all
mum I,.. .s;;.t i iU J
ment has sufficieut power to enforce the do-
u us ucciueu lurever, woeuwr ton s.iwvrru-
. . , , , .,
ereesof the Courts under the aw, or wheth-
ef mob violeDce oan nu,jf them whenever
t(iej do Dot accord wilh 'tbcir TlelTS auJ
WLlt ylf BllAtM io ;n the reln.
YOlNG LADY IN A SCRAPE HOOPS AND
HIGH III'.KLS IN CHCKCTI.
The Ilichmond Whig says:
. ..... I tormer .Miasionarics will be called home.
I Whig says: ;T, wiu fce scnt ,U amo the lndian
sago, .modest young g-n- tribes to teach lhpm arioulture, the n.e
cquaiutance attended the hl , BnJ miUltnf tllcficSi
A few buuday
tie man of our ac
morning service, in one of our fashionable
ctiurc'.i.i. lie was ktuQly shown into a
h.- Wi.., I ...
byum was given out
utwl tub bllUi ! liiaj ea u J 111 u i L. 1 ' l
she skilfully found the page, and with a
sweet smile that set his heart thuuiDin?.
banded her neighbor the book. The minis
ter raised his hands in prayer, and the fair
... ... '. o
rt kucit and iD this posture perplexed her
friend tj know which most to admire, her ;
beauty or her devoutnesj. I'resently the
prayer was coucluded, aud the congrega
tion resumed their seats. Our friend re-1
uxunouirv cushioned Dew. and had hardlv i. j-. . . .. -a
n" our iricnu irom ri-'inL' 10
specially raised his eyes from the fair form , The Liiaiillite!1 (lu!ian!t) are tuc battle
he had been so earnestly scanning, le-t when ,xe of tbe Lord in tbc hands of the Mor
she looked up, she would detect him star- mcma Mormon Dibit.
ing at her After a couple of seconds he The aw and tbe propbets :
da. ted a furtive glance at his charmer and . A kin lom t-t txist within a republic,
was astouisbed to see her still on her knees ; f Briham Young.
he looked closely and saw that she was, ' 0M wa ever knownto dissent from
mucu nnected.trembliugin violent agitation
no doubt from the eloquent power of the
preacher. lVeply sympathiziug, be watch-1
eJ hef c0e)y.
. . , ,
Her emotion bee. me more violeut ; reaeh-
. . '
tng ber hand behind her, the would convul-
. " . .
sively grasp her clothing, and strain as it
' r .-s'
sere, to rpnd the hrillinnt fabtie of her
- . - - i- i
le,'!, Hlls 8,2ht exceedingly pa.u-
ful to behold, but he still gazed, 1ik ouo
entranced, with wonder and astotiishmeut. 1
a ler a mtuuie ins iaov raiseu ucr laeu. - .
- .1,, - i, r -
... - .. .t . . . r - UJ
: . :
.,7,, : ,
' made an uninis abde bk-
- - - y-T'r ' . , . .
, . , At'
the pew towards her and inclined his ear
as the eti.Ientlv wished to sav somethintr.
, ., , ., ,
as she evidently wished to say sometb n
" Please help me, sir," she wbisphered,
over them, aua tnus renoerea it impossioic
i.i i -ii'
for her to raise herself or straighten her
limbs. 1 he more she struggled the Uglier
was she bound ; so she was constrained to
ot ec.emiue.., jr .c " . ,. jl
..i.f mi... mailn kiln m.r!v il, ell. led
r3 "V. r.l .V.r. v.'.::- !
nerspif unon inn uacs ui iuc ruui new
:..i...... .1... .h. .;'. ,
Z'" I" "7. ' ' ' i
The following dialogue was overheard
at one 0f the Hotels 111 Kinston, a few
morni0g. .jucr., betweeu a Lawyer, who had
, up there the evening before, and
to get up.
Lawyer " Must all get up when the bell
Servant " No, sar, Gcmmen only, pits
up when do bell rings, Lawyers can lay
abed long as da mind to." Kinston Advo
cate. An old bachelor geologist was boasting
that every rock was as familiar to him as I
the alphabet. A lady who was present de
dared that he knew of a rock of which he
was totally ignorant. " Name it madam,"
cried C.-i-lobs. " It is the rock of the rra
dlo, sir," replied t-ie lady.
CorrceponuVnee of the Nation-J Intelligencer.
THE MORMONS Til K MiUTAKY row Fit
ANI POI.lTK Af. Pt UroSES OK THE
Gknti.emkn : From a military order re
cently published in your pnper, I infer that
a division of tho United States army is to
move iuto Utah. This news will be hailed
with joy by thousand of American .citizens
every btate aud Jcrnlory of the Con
federacy, who have buffered directly or in-
directly by the merciless outrages of the
- . i i -i i -
i'l'jrinous, coniruiiieu wune cjuiciiy pursuing i-neme i trruui n-.
their toilcome journey over land to Oregon Now, in view of the fact herein seA forth,
aud California. Every indignity has been and the assnmpliou by Chief Jutico Drum
offered to emigrants, every specie of pro- j woiid that they are a hundred thousand
perty stolen, and every epeoies of crime has strong in Utah nnd two hundred thousand
been committed. The federal laws have ! im'und emiastirien in adjoining tatcy p1
beeu trampled in the dut. Government of-
ficials set at defiance, menaced, threatened
and insulted ; juries have been influenced,
and the ends of justice thwarted ; the prison
doors have been opened and the criminals
set free. All this did not satisfy them, but
tbey inu-t enter tho hall of records, and
publicly burn the archives of tho Territory.
Now, as evidence of their inveterate ha
tred to Americans as every thing pertaining
to America, (and these ;eutiment arc con
stantly taught aud preached,) I will cite as
A Gentile shall not boa.J in my family,
and if one of my bouses was rented to a
Gentile, alter the time had expired, I would
burn it down ! That's the doctrine.
JeJeiliuft M. Grant.
If a Gentile were boarding in my family,
and I should bow down to pray, and the
Gentile or Uruthen should hesitate, 1 would
say to him, bow down, you devil I That is
tho doctnue, and I know it; and any man
who shall oppose it shall be destroyed.
JhUr V. KmiLill.
Their religious tcuets may bo infer. ed
from the following :
I believe in marrying brothers and sis
i mon r.irit.nill ud nhvaionllv fhat all tl.A
.j r..j. -
saints of this dispensation will be resurrected
bv Joscpb SniUh Jr. lf I Bln er ,,,
LU-I.T Itft I
1 expect to be saved by and through the
atonement of Joseph Smith 1
Were my daughter to marry a Gentile, 1
would save her in this kingdom, namely,
cut her throat, from ear to ear.
Objects of the Missionaries : Most of the
former Missionaries will be called home.
Meaus of defence : We have the self
All the above named fire-arms, powder,
. . , , ,r e '
baI1 c-i are 10 Pr0CCss of 8cret wanufac
What the Indians arc expected to do
t. ..i it . i . . . -i, A .-.
ii i iuc uuueu states maul mav come en
way a woue yet, as me (tue inaiaos; wi.su
... . . . . . . . i
to cut off the mail goiug from here 1
The Sioux, Cheyennes, and Arapahscs
have banded together against the
to the uumber of 3,(100 warriors.
Witlhfr Cliirf nf the. I'tiih Tntiinns
the of Kriehaui Young.
What may be expected !
If government officers ever interfere with
our women again, 1 will cut their throats
from ear to car. lirigham Young.
A division of the United States
.l .ll .. :.. ll
euuu never w.uicr iu i.us vuuey ag-.tu. ;
i.. .-... v i
The above quotations are taken from a1'
iniii ni iiiLiriiiurirtii f,i, ii'rrpn in i "ii t- .hi
-w . . ... v . ... ..wH - - - - 1
nearly a year's stay in Utah, all of;bon, soldicrs gives the Mate of Georgia the
wbieh came under my persona observation,
1 have been thus particular in noticing these
quotations, that the public may know upon
! what is based the conclusions that follow.
One-tenth of all rirotiert v. aud one-tenth
- - ---r-- j
i.. , ...:i: j.:n i
om, 0j mom fron,he boy of twelve to the
nian f . re,1!lirr(1 t0 kci.p 0
Laud onenlI1red rounils 0f cartridges, one
g or rifle, one or more pistolswirds,
sables, knives, &c., all he cau obtain; and
" tlie event ot war, tue women
i -i . a. e i . u-a.
" "S1""""""" "
ean .ow, wneu we con-
I 1 ..-. ; . .1 1 .. .:i.. :-i 1
.i.l.p their mesiiiin. a thousand ml es inland
r,... ....... .,
nn Acprv fc.np i.i Fir. mo t 1 1 .'.sill.'. sen 01
-. , . ,. , 1, ...
Z; - jJ'iHod, .n
Lu"lred thousand in the Territory, and two
hundred thousand io surrounding States and
Territories ; their app'iances of war ; their
secret agents iu every nook and corner of
the Republic ; their emissaries among every
Indian tribe on the continent, teaching them
" mechanic arts and military tactics," they
amount to something more than we have
been accustomed to regard thorn.
Throughout the States and Territories,
at various and convenient localities, the
Mormons have what are termed " Stakes in
Ziou," and each stako is governed by a
presidency. It may not be known to many
that there is a stake in the city of New York,
whose president is the editor of a paper
called The Mormon ; at Council Kluffa is
another stake and another -paper ; at Inde
pendence another stake; at St. Louis, .Vc.
Their agents and spies are in every city in
the Union, adapting themselves to surround
ing circumstances, luring the ignorant and
unsuspecting into the meshes ; secretly de
ujuncing individuals whom they suspect
capable of informing against thciu ; pursuing
their victims with a pertinacity that over
comes all obotHelen ; and their agent in
CongrrFS keeps them constantly ndvi.ed ef
he policy aud aims of the Gcneril (lovern-
nient. 1 hey are iu the trontier post omecs
either by appointment 'a postmasters or as
clerks, and have tLe opportunity of super-
vii-ing the transit and diciribut'on of till mail
matter; and il may n?t He improbable that
to (ill lOitrse may be traced the lfs of no
niauv letters coinc to aud coming from the
. i -i i'
ITerntories, with every facility lor obtainin
and transmitting information; and allied to
a savage Indian horde of three hundred
thousand more, who are, in their Lauds, the
'battle axe of the Lord," to be wielded
agaiust the Gentile. ; added to a thousand
miles of laud travel, prairie aud mountain,
with uatural nicaus at hand to throw every
obstacle in the way of an army, by running
off their animals, cutling off small parti.-.i,
poisoning the springs of water, and block
adinir the canons aud mountain passes : I
repeat, in view of all these facts staring us
boldly in the face, they form an obstacle to
the peaceful settlement of the interior of the
country of no mean character, and which
should be promptly nu t by the t.eneralj
Government. Jn my judgment tin; only way
to meet the necessity of the case is to ap
- i . i : .
point a military Governor lor the Territory,
wilh discrctionury power to place tho whole
Territory, under martial law, backed by a
military force of at least "),000 men, amply
equipped with munitions of war and a year's
supply of provisions; then statiou the army
at three several points in the Territory, not
to light the pcopic, but defeu l them. Hy j th r.t country, with an extension of commcr
proclamatiou call on all true citizens of the;cj urjjic'es to tiiree other ports besides
United States to come out und enroll them
selves under the flag of the Kepublio, warn
ing all boitilc thereto to leave the territory
. - i e -..J
.uiKier penany oi capiuic, umi ana
i.,,,,,:,;! :1 'rhisinniv iud-inent.
'J ' J J ci
iblolllMl-lillLluiiun. j inn, in in j i'i',ninviii
. cheapesl, and safes? mod
of rL.ai.,in nd rcmedviui the evil. Tl,
idca tlat it- jcft to themselves they will break
Up ,u,i disband by internal dissensions is
1 furtiie all(i ab,ur,,.
Something ought something should be
doue Let (;ovtrnincut look well to it
th.t its army be sufficient, amply supplied
.,.;.;,,, 0f war .u,l nrovisions for at
; i.,.. nn a. ti.e task it is about to as-
suuiijo no child's play. More anon.
Who Ot R Soi.DlErt.s AtlK. The standing
i . . . , f ;
thorued to increase tin! number of pu. ate
jiiithelel companies, last year serving on
j the frontier, to seventy four men each, w hich
I addition, if duly made, would give an ft0'-
i irrAiriilii nr I t . 71 lllell 111 LUS ." I1IC1 lea ll
i F t"
. ; - ,. B,,l.l. however, th it con-
sider'1112 the constant losses by death, ttxpira-
tion of scrcice, Ac., our military force is
rarely crcater than the first mentioned.
. J,", , f ,!.
I lie WllOlC llilliioei oi Himin vii.i.ii v.-
six years ending September 10. was
10,0(36, or an annual average of ."i.Oll.
They are principally from our large cities,
e : .1 I. e..' ...r. ...
.sew l orti luriiisnin nc-i .ui. p. sij.i..i . wn.
The difficulties of this service may he ima
gined from lbe fact that of the Hi, Dot in
listed in that city during l-."..', 13,33-Jwere
rejected for various causes. During peace the
greater number of recruits are foreigners ;
tut iu time of war this is reversed. In the
last war with Great Jiritaiu nearly the entire
army was composed of Americans. 1 lie
issiuc may be said of the Mexican war. t If
five thousand enlistments during the year
I ls47, 3,039 were native born citizens of the
ii..:. ..j v....
l.iii.. . c. i.es.
Generally these men were
far nobler than the usual recruits of our
I . ... i: ,. T-.'l.,s . .r.. Intelli.
, .dWviS likciy'to succumb to sickness
i . . 'i' i . i. ... . i esntifA
' Hill I a Mir Ma I lit' Ht- il 'U IlUILIIli J I liHilil
' r ..,..,. ; vT.-i,,., 5 i27-.' feet The lowest
, ,. fil all(1 PwarJ. Georgia send,
1 ,i,:r(v . nriU Prall..a twentv-four : Ten-
I K,.r,tl,ek v. and Indiana each eigh-
vi.i ...i nv,.: ...,..... ...M,
(j aiilUillUII tlllll 1IIIIIUI- .-I v i.vv s-'.s. i. a ,
?, o ,bs
American soldiers i
di;; ue.ne,"(says the New York Tri
, -f , . ath iu-lanO was occa-ionc
UUIieOI tile I Ol n lll-lalll ; w as Ol c ... lone
Uoi.d street Yesterday b, the gathering in
: . - .
front of Mrs. Cunninghams oi a d.-onler-
, , mob of woulcU ,lld v,
about thirty in uuu.Ocr.
ber, held a sort of drum
head court-martial, and uiianinuus y agreed
that Mrs. Cunningham was guilty ot mur
der, and ought t be driven from the c i ty
With the help of the boys they made an at
tack on the house, stoning the windows and
doors, ringing the bell, making hideous fa
ces, slid shouting their opinions in no very
delicnto way. The attack was continued
until the arrival of an officer, who took the
most activo of the Amazous to the lock up
AGkkman Usivi-nsn y in America.
It is designed to erect and endow a German
University iu Cincinnati. The fjuds are to
be raised by subscription, and the chiir to
be tilled by importations from i Mteiigen
and Halle. Tbe projectors intend to pur
chase a college edifice already erected.
Nkw York, May 10. Turks Inland date
to April 2"'th have been receive. I. The
weather bad been Sue. and there would soon
be a general taking of salt. The quantity
on band is 130,000 bushels, aud ".Lc price
asked is ft a 10 cents. Tbe rain had caused
niuib damage ti the salt fsud at luag u.
ro; davs t.aTkk from kl-lmpk.
AUUIVAL Of TIIK ANGLO-SAXON.
QUMIKC, May H.
Thf l atner Anglo-Saxon has arrived at
tUii port, wih advices l'roin Liverpool to lite
(,'otton was firm and unehsnged, with
aalua of the four days of 0,000 bales.
Jireadstulft w fte stan&j, but all qualities
have slightly advamed. Provi-inus quirt
ait,l unchanged. Mo?iy slightly ca.-ier.
Contois for inoiicy '2 to 0,'J.
I It is runiorca that thure la a discovery ot
an extensive conspiracy in paui. Uuio.ts
of tLe expedition against Mexico ate cia-
barking at Madrid.
FuiiTiiKK ii v tub A no 1.0 Saxon. The
oliicers of t'ne expuHl'ion ngain.t Mexico are
embarking fnni M.idri I. The text of the
(Ju ecu's speech rcspccti'? Mexico, says:
" Diplomatic relations wild 1'ic Mexican lie
public had been interrupted, but it is hoped
to bo only temporary. Tb! Mexican gov
ernment and nation had already began to
find lint they will not couiitciir.nco the.-e
acts as contrary to injustice aud humanity
by allowing them to go unpunished, anl
that they wiil not oblige !"pain, to whom
tliey are united by so many bonds, to exact
a reparation for such outrages."
( ienerals Santiago, Medina and Ganido
will command the expedition against Mexico.
Iusia removes her prouilntiot. ot tii" ex-
; por, 0f !,! fr0IU ,i,at L.,iir.
The Kusian treaty with Japan opens the
r,orls , . Simoda. Hakodada uud NaiiL'asaki
to liu.-nau commerce.
The Manchester Art Kxhihitiou wn open
ed with ereat ceremony.
1 lie 1'apiil ovcriimciit makes n further
reduction of the dj'ies on textile fabrics.
The French Journal asserts that Lord
Klgin, t hi? Briti-h Ambassador to China,
will demand a leiiewal of the treaties with
the live already mentioned. Also the es
tablishment of Knlish military ports at all
the cities where English Consular Agents
., . . ? ... . ..
. reside , nni the erection or lorl.s al Canton,
1 i. V..: ...a it..... v....
uilinii;iiai mi'i uuuj; iiyni(.
Several slave ships had been seized at
Tchesuie, and the slaves liberated.
Milford Haven has beeu selected for the
Great Kastcri. steamship.
Admiral Bey run's Ki-sian squadron is
expected at Algiers.
Marliiies le La Ilosa has been chosen
President of the Spaui-h Congress.
AUKIVAL OF STKAMKIt A11AG0.
New York, May 1").
The New York and Havre Steamship
Company's steamship Arago, Capt. David
Lines, has arrived at this poit. with S 1 ".-
noil i specie, and Havre dates to the SlU
I i list.
Austrian uiinistrv had ben defeated.
and have re-i"tied. A new Miuistry had
i. . . . . .
i , ' , . . T. -n . .
1 he retieral election in (ranee will take
; .,aPU on t,0 1 -1 li of June.
There was a rumor of a discovery of at.
extensive conspiracy amomr the Spanish of-
i f,TCn....l ,ti t. imoi.
i . . - . ,. .
Mexico, w hicli was ulino-t embarking from
Spain. The Q iecti of Spaiu anticipated tbo
settlement of the Mexican question.
O'leei. Victoria's speech is looked for
with intense anxiety, as it is thought that
! j Jcbuck's motion will be carried.
i q jlu latsi-U MiListerial difficulties are
I.VTDR FROM Kl Run:.
AKIUYAL OF STKAMF.K NIAGARA.
Hams ax, May IU.
TLe steamer Niagara, with advices from
Liverpool to the ?tli iustant, has arrived.
Cotton was firm, aud all qualities had
advanced Jd. Sales ol" the '.vcfk (i.1,000
bales .-peculators taking 7,000 and expor
ters C,"i;l.l. Sales on the Oth, 10,000 bales.
The quotations are : Fair Orleans ! inid
diiiiii 7 13-10; tiiir uplands i midiJuog
7 0-1 t. The market eloed swady.
l!i cii.I-tull's stead v. Sugars closed buov-
1 a"1'" advance (?) Consols for money
H.ihtbAX, M IT 10.
Pf h th tit nv the Ni.viiAttv The (Jueen
of Kugland's speech has been delivered.
It states that the Paris treaty is eeueraliy
1 executed ; that the Neutehatel question is
I drawing to a close ; that the questions relat-
li to Central America are unsettled : that
feveu war sli.ps wit; nii ier orders to sail
from Spain with troops for Cuba.
There has beeu no furth.r hostilities in
Persia. Tho Persians have been twice de
feated, with groat lo-s. The city of M -
; iiaim z .ii ha-, 1. ecu captured Dy tno iri.:i
Sardinia is about to resuiuo
relations s ith ..ustri.i.
Walks oi Kvouhii F.u:.i Larorf.rs
The latest Kngiisb papers state that the
farmers iu some of tlie ngi ieu'.l oral districts
have r.'duccd lb.' wages of their laborers
Irom l.'x. s week to 13s til This is equiva
lent to a ndactiou trotti CO c. uta a nay to
r 1 cents.
Vuv-klV Names. Under a new la : if
Congress, a vessel's name can be changed
by permission of the Secretary of tbe Treas
ury, but the notice of the intention tj change
a vessel's uame must he published iu soinn
newspaper, accompanied by such specifica
tion as w'ci be l.kclv to preserve tue identity
of the vessel uuder her ne..' nanu.
Violation or Tint IVstai. Laws.-
'-aiicis iil.len, co.iduct.-r 0!' the Stoughlcu
Branch ll-iiiroad, anl A A- ! more, were
held t.-i bail in Ho.-ton U-t eck, tho tir-t
named for couveving letters illegally over
the post rmite, :m l the other, a ui-. rrh ant,
for urjlsnf.iHy traii-imit'.ng letter- over r-oeL
p . -t nut -.