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OHAHLOTTE, INT. O., IT'JEJaSITJ-'Sr 23, 1G5S.
THOMAS J. HOLTON,
ECITOK Si 1'BOPKHiTOR.
Tie nfiii.rarolini Whig will he afforded In tub.
.,-ri!er at TWO IHM.I.AlIS in advance ; TWO
ti..il.I..VIt A.nu tit
TV cents if pa,u.c..ibe
. Nopapcr will o diecou.
aciiveu t..r ti.reo .114111 1 lis
at tur t'lJ nl me year, .lupapcr will Lxi discon.
I i8t.i ...ililaH arrearage arc paid, except al the
,,uti n u! the Kdttor. 1
Adtertiseiiient ineerted al One Dollar per square !
;16 :! e", thia sized type) for the first .user.
t.o'i. ana -j cent lor each continuance, ourl ad-1
.r-iu.naia and Sheriff's Sales chargeu lid per
ff-ii. 11 d' ier ; n a deduction nf 33J per cent, will ;
b- ni.i.if irnm ll.e regwlar prices, lor advertiecr by j
lie ve.ir. Advertisement inserted muiilhly or'
M 1 rury, al (I per aq jure for each tune, heiui-'
ii. nt.iiv 75 can le per equarc fur each time. I
I'tiiih whi.a eundmg In tiwir advertisements
mu-t tn.rk the number uf luaertione deeird or
r 1. v mil be inserted until forbid and charged ac
ii"Ps'intere are an
.utl.or,,..! to act a. agents. I
I IOH fome time pnat I hare beet engaged in a
l iiu ntwa (Known only to niyell and com.
. jt.vuv l' oiiit-re wliu.n 1 hdve matructed
!t ''L0"..'.'.?. ""'E0 " "cnl
.1,"0U I.. iJ.uuo ptr annum and having
...e arrani iin iita to n t the Eaalern Conli.
I mil Fill, 1 am willing tu give 'full inatiuc-
riii Hi ti-e rt lu any peraon in tne I'niU d Sutra,
.,j in remit uie the mini of Two XoLi.aaa. 1
11 induced fr.iiu the aucccaa 1 have betn tavured
th, .ini llii iluiiv happy arknowleitgiiieuta thai
l.,ve rcftivfd from llme wlimn I hjve inatrur.
j hi thtf art, aitii wlui arc now cUurmg Iruin 93
I j pur dy, l give every perain a chance to t
H,,,on t,n -luabl iiimm ot
I t'nMunr. 'I'itrre ia do Mimbvo i
t tne bu-incs herein mIIuucU tu, Kulcr necs
u.t cU c u je.v, it. eh.. ,
rr, unu 1 C.11 alc rvrr lu prrf.i.K ill I iimgo
lf troit. u- meil urn in tin pUre, wlm hiv I
i ti time m-mtlrn rmu.rUd in the bupinr, 1
m h-i w,ll trattfy Ui it they are m-kne l'rin
i $j3 tr diy t the Jine. It la x buniet '
iiiidi eitrirr laatjic-s nr ii trutknirn em fiig'fef
Kiln M.rk'ct e-iHc umku m very lin(U..iue in (
if. t-cttiMj I.-iLit; m various part tt 111
. iii i
M ti'iun, wlirnii 1 li re tnalrucUd in
now cicirihtf I'roiu $5 t 9i2 ptr day.
teel burnnt anil requires but a it w .lulltiifra
iMtiititnce it. I pun net lut ol '- i Will at
- 1 " ml J ,
" ''-""" '
will he r,icuy
. ifi t'i lie ar-piiL-aint a nrciil
ruct "in in tlie art, winch
ui.ccrt-jou uixn ri-inp i.nce r
Aa 37, fautik At., Al. .ai, .Vo.
.4', 25, t'u . I'G-timo
IJ A a S
M Hi.'At I Sti every
riety cf Ldiea. Gems,
A M r-", ll i.a. Y
BOOTS and SHOES
- t -nn e (uitd in any wliultaole or retail ea.
: . .-Unitn! in tne
-ir fi'Miiia rc ininut-cttirrd EXI'MJSSl.Y for
iiiii we aire av'itffieti tl.ey will five better aat
v .;t.-..n, Mid at iea prict-a lur t' e aame quality
ifn tujii at tiny other ctibiiiluitut in tii
It 1 nn.y nt-ctaaarv to esamine our ftock and
Ij be fitiafietl Vtl tdia i the pl-.ee tu
Buy Boots and Shoes.
UOO.NE i CO.
j-r ASM ;.'- i.r.e. only.
-.1. -.'.I, -:,-,. ' 3i tf
f ! Kit, Timothy, I ue (.'naa. rchrd. La
1. ce.ne. M.llel. 4.e.. A lergequar Illy juat re
i.iru ai.j lor aaic al the h.w.l murkrl pricea, at
II iorsJ und Hrlaii Orag Stmt,
as uj, i-j7. ai.if
Otto of Rose!
t K A-anrtinent of Lubr
u.e'a SlendiU KltfaiU
af unci Drrtf .Vor,
rtftn'f t ornft.
Soluble Kss. Camphor !
s i t In.e sra nf t ue Tiiro-t, M-uih, Stoma. h
M' .r.U Downs, prepsrrrt a-lrt si
Pl'iITCH ARD S
Drug and (. hrirwal Stvrg ,
,1 Iaj ( obnicr. j
Wakti's Aromatic Hitters!
4 N ra'.rileni loiitc .nd aoii-yplic M'di. .
. aV cint, jual Ui I
I'riot rf Ckwice tmrmly M'Jiexnrt,
lawi.t's i oasra.
Try It! 'Fry It!
EMBor.ll'SC'enreatrafd Katr.ct of lil III'
l tz .-t n.rilieine in the world for the cl.aa
it pr..w.aea to treat. Try It.
' PRPTIARD'S DRUG HOUSE,
ft mine fwer.
Iluttb a lliwlory of . i :ii IUi;.
lltiflNE. the a.-nt for the
.1 V.J. IMWHIK'S
desiring copies will
I.'jOK A 7 '. I'eiao
K FIUIISOV it IsKIDIMs
J.'Cm wJsi iaT wWXvt
Lliiens, Hosiery, Embroideries,
.o. Nl MEETING STREET,
r.M'OMTlT. HAVM! HKttl,
II A It l.fji'l ON, ('.
I. I r KHUMil. HfcKMAN LKIIil.strj. '
' .'-s ..-"!-
Ind'.d hbbbef fchlelds, RC.,fcc..
- t.lnida, I
I pill ( IIARI. K I
family Dr Ji.ri '
T. II. BHEM & CO,, ;
WHOLESALE and RETAIL LEALERS j
DRV GOODS. I
H A It l , A If T, H Al S A: IIOI.
C'H A It I O i l C C
Jsaiwr,.. 1858. '' 47.r
Livery and Sale Stables.
'J'UK subscriber informs lb public I'eiu-r-1
ally, that be baa purchased the lart- St
blra fnrmerlv owned bi C W .ll.nis..n. one sauara
.' K'"'' "'"',' J"'' d
In and refilled Ihcm .11 a suisrrmr nruincr, fur the
1 purposed! ua-nmg ,n Charlotte a 1-iveiy and Sal
"". 'n complete 01M1 lor the eccuuiinodulion
vl tlie pubh
Ilia ohjrrt la lo l.inke ilia establishment wliat it
prol'ieac I" be a re I I.ivery anil Sale SUM.-, ni'
pcrai.na having good lloraca todiepoee of, w ill find
II In their interest p. ill . lu call.
II. 1.. l 11..... 1 r - .1.-
acci.nii.d..iio.. of tliac.titrn. aen.r.ll, : ami any
peram. d.-airnif any inotle of cnnvfyunc', can he
auilad, und in (foou trim. Cumpeti'i.t Urivera fur.
ui'n'd when rii-kired.
J.r I'KOVKKS will find al tlxae gt.hle fn.e
acrmniiiodationa havmr prrpjred lor th iu guud
yarila, rcba and Irouha, atd an ut.uiiiii.nl rup.
ply ol pr.m niter reuoy lor ll.eir uae, aa well aa a
plentiful auiiply ol walrr.
it ' llOliJ-h.S kf.l by the month or otherwise.
Ilia clmrt'ea will ha accoimnoiutinjr, ami he
hour. b.lricl-iu.nli.m loll.
alien ol the cum-
muitiijr tu ini
:id rtccivft Jilnrnt ahare ot' the
KoVeRT K AUK, Proprietor.
Tint it-i Vv
H A Lt I , AgCJit.
'rtott. 0t. Ip57. 44tf
Fr shConfectionarics?, Fruits,
a. a. 7 1
a-c., aV c.
fl'IIE aub.cr.lr rr.,i!'ully ioforma the cti.
1 . ol ! barl.,1,. and aom.un.ung cun'ry,
, ,,e h nn htlllJ U(J c,Ulltl
from New V
TO ".At CO. S.MFF. Til VS.
inwM';tl In,! '.iiiit-tit.
V. Iurl.rl a
III..W V ii..
Chilli , M .
k.w.Ui.et-, A Hi. (I f lig.-a
of ertiy s.nriy.
I 1 I, Mluir.
I Dt. 15, Ibi7. sWif Jaaieral young people, ourselves iucluded
I PS. II,,,,,, ao.rf Ih. a,,r..tl a fi.H ,.1. laere ta'klDglu ibe ball room on lb. subject
B.a.r. lo,pnp.,edtolu,n1.h.p.r,0rlAMiolu,i4lr11011.(,u()I, uf eour.e, became iu-
at alu.rt notice. !. . ., , , 1
j . .
llsst K-ja ! Hot rn ! '
! ' "
1 An JnfuUillt Uetnedy HOliHE !
N the reetipl of Una IM.ai. I will mail lo
tht-in. 1 he
aterial, ot which the medicine
lie procured by any perron at
in,... It Una
cel. I he iiM.nev
il be refunded. Auortae n.e al
G.ccnaboio. tjuiilurd Co.. .V I'.
JOHN W. BAKER.
.Vep IS, '857. -Mil
Dye-Stufls, D e-StiilTs !
yiit, v-ry Unt ol ttoa cUm ii
ui-y be pur.
:ig in part id Solution
1 '.p.r, ( ockanial, .Midder. A
ciuntu iu at
Prvg aSvre, iru'f Cvriur,
A MIW and bcaulilul aaaorlrneni jual received ,
Ihuj and t'hemt'ul Haute, j
JawiM a 1 iviitl. I
Country 3Iercliaiit.j j
4 If re.peell'u iy invited locllanit ex .mine;
i.nr wl-.l. a.le pr.e.aof tktnrc Id.'H.S and ,
MhlJli I.NtS, put up in any a. vie Ii. nrd, r. by j
mpgiit and Afithtcanf, j
Varnishes, Varnihlies !
tl.AKl.K aloek row on 1. 1 nil en., . 1 1 1. g ol
IVni.., (nail, o..ch H..dy, Furnilor. . It.
;.n, Ac, UIii.Ii will te wild for I AMI lower
I than any other house ... I 'harloilr. lie.
II. M. PRITCHAKP.
H su..;, sad li,la,l LhmgfHt.
lARMLR and i.llirra inlrrrsl. d
I I arm aaaured that these prrpHralione are un.
' surpaaaed aa health giving remedies lo floraea,
j Utile, and ail kirnla of rSlnrkT f or asla at
' ll'iafeasif and Wrl.ii Oiug Sinre.
I. tilling ;iiil Ml Kroil'w pni;f ,
iF the firal quality, al
i'IUTi IIAKI'M Dltl'a H'iriiih,.
White 1,4 nl! While t.nttl!!
VN OTHER supiy invoiced. Pure Arl ele f)J
tents p r Ih. Jut I mh, t- gether Willi every
variety o' colors, Ate , "t
'rug- and i'aint A'toic.
.iini.ir li-iw l liii. '
iji) KR'.s 4. WTi.ll TVAN'S pur. Qt l.MM-:
al .' it) par ot. Cos larana'fy
( hrmtctl I !'.
Iiwis'i t lit.sxa
T'tth tmil l.tir Syrhi get,
I ST received at
ll.'i ls. r, I'nriii.-i
II F auneriorilfoflhia article overt ora .tareb
Taoioca. t-.eo, AlC, as all article
invalids snd tnildirn, is wnq
oncd by the me-
dtcai f.cuitv. ruiiauppivat
tmr Ihug St,,
..;!. ii, lo67. H'
ON ti.a reetipl of Una IM.ai, I will mail to for a wife, f he Bisdo Lor. Lly for a tuo- and his barem Amapng smart rlnMrtii ; ' - '
.nTPer.,.rece,o..,.,...dyr..rll.fcEient )dIloM ber if .he didn t know any- forth, kind." say. one ; what di-cu-lii j S.r,,U','l , '. l-
...ml. .un-..,ng.,om lh,.a ..,1,10,,. Th.a re UJ fittd for Uie t ,ouJ hiU -euien e,cl.,..,. Mis- 1W " U bat an j u"1' ? "U ' ,."
uitoy h.a never lain known inl.il iu the wot. I., ' .. ' , ., , , . fireach w hat a-ca.led tlie 1 -venue standard.
c..e. lo g. iu.no..i l.f. K.ery man . i.o u.ve ber think the malUr over, and tell tue o'd wre.cb, r.-pood.. whole ''''r'' "f : j n,. w aIlk4 riln.r , , ,,e
h.a h..re al uui.i alw.ya l.me tin. rtee.ut by by the last of the school what she thought Cleveland ladle-, as ll,iv wounl gaj. and 1 ' 1 T
.1 i l. . 1 . 1 . .1 ; . ,r 1 ...... ..ii-..-. . 1 11 .i . ! currency was enormously expanded, fuieiiin
Foreign tonnU and Ntiiiw Mimirs,
You ladtea of the verd.nt cluaa,
bolt, aenttntental aouU, .
lU-wara ot Foreign anoba, who paaa
Fur imble tiili-ii fiilta.
Oh ! dole .ml on their raven Imir,
Their lean and hungiy luawa, '
Their bu-hy china, llieir tragic air,
And aallow lautaiu jjw.
Triiat not tlie rank impniter'a tale.
No pitri.il waa ha
W'hoee lucblaaa lulu U waa to fail
I:i eome cunnpiriicy
Y'.ur l iiunl. who brara upon liia In ad
That rich luauriani limp,
Tlie mill of pen-nice aoon wilt tread
And apurl the County crop.
The heart beneath that aerdy viat,
Hut not beneath a alnrl,
Willi a.irdid frrlmga ia p ...rai.ed.
Well ii.alrli.il willi ouirr dirt,
lie w.nta your nmney, i.ul ynur hand,
In ateking you fur wile,
lie rall.er, dural he, would if nialid
Vour munaj or your lile.
fount, indcef1 !cinnt your apoou when i.
II.IB bern to oinke a ra'l,
And very foriuiiate yno'll ba
If you eliali find Ihrni all.
Ilul bittfr were it with yi.ur plate
The lellow aliould depait,
Thau in lua power get your talalr,
Uy alialing, fital, yi.ur hrail.
Yon lad.ea of a certain age,
tapri'i .lly lake lire. I.
A:H iiun'l lit wedlnrli'a nooda engage
With I oui'ta of fureign brevd.
1 he only ohjert in Ihr view
lf Iheaa rrgue. ia iIf.
Il'llier than let them niarry you,
Remain upon the ahcif, 'an.
As Dear as 1 can remember, it a hlueo
jrirt ;o thu Ul winter, ibat I atunded
a dancing acbool in Detroit tub 1 iuuiij
: lady tben resident io the city. 1 had made
up my miud soo.e years Si;o that I Mould
never get Diarried, but it waa sucb a pleaoant
ba-ineaa I couldo t find it in mi heart to
vl tuu ,.ir aluue a0 I Laid ber tuitioo fee.
aud attended the c!aa iu ber company every
!..:.. I.. ll. .1.. ..l.l,.. .1 .1..
'erea.cu aa wen -. o.i.ers. Vu going awa
'that evening I told my companion tbat I
j bad dtiermined to git married I in the sprint;
j ,nd asked ber advi. a iu making a .election
for a wife, t he Bisdo to t lIv for a tuo-
'of niarrving me herself, t was joking all
the time vou mud understand, and uo more !
thought of marrying ber than I have now of
marrvine Ouu.-n Victoria. She tromt-ed to
think of it however, and I returned to my
j boarding bouse, aud gave the su'ject no
'farther thought until some wee s .ater
...A -- I...L ,.l,l IS... ;. .. 1..I
..... inn u.t .-, u .- .
i.,,. nf .1.. .l.,,rl .,,1.1,... t.rnnoht
up io the oonversa'.iou, jut as we were pre-
psring to return to our hotve for the mht
After lea v lug the ball, we tslked and chatted
of difl.-rrot subjects, tili we reached ber ;
residence. It was late and I did not enter
the hou-e though she strongly urged me to j
1 b,d b,d t"td Dd
turning away, wneu I osppeueu to recoiieci ,
the prouiise she bad made to mo, aud t
" Helen, you proiniaeJ to let wo Voow
to-night whether you would marry me this
sprint. Have you made up your mind f
' Yes," said she, " I haie been thinking
about it, but I guest I im lut e too young.
If it wa-.n l lor tbat, 1 would bate uo ob
' Well, cood -night, then," sai
didn't exp.-ct you would do it but I'm
bound to marry some one, aud t7iu spring
Before leaving ber, I engaged to call the
following evening- That night I slept ound-
. . " .. ,ii.
, , . . . ..11 i ,
I receiied an mvilatiou to attend a bail lo
. , , . r i . r.i.
be held that evening,, few miles out of the
eity and mad. arr.ngemcnts accordingly
over a rnomeiit aud afterward, have time to
attend the balL t ,u-1. 1. ,i '
Arrived at tbe bou-e, I met tbe lady at
the doorway, aud I thought for ... ,D,ut '
that she w.s "rigged up id extra sty.e
i.:l. I ...!... ,,.l fnr ll.o.,h I
believe I concluded tbat she had company
and I was therefore iu hope that I should
uot be detained long. Helen welcomed me
into the parlor with a sweet smile, and took j
ber scat beside me on the sol. 1 w.s ex- j
I r i-l,: rooin Tud I bad not yet beoofne
aati-fied tbat wo were alone, wheu she said,
" Heury I have -made up my miud to
Had . tb'under-clap struck n.e, I could j
uot have been more surpri-ed ; and after au
instant of hesitation I stammered out-
" What did you say .'
" I bva coucluded lo niarry you 1"
" O oh you bave 1 Well, I suppose it's all
right ; when sball the event take place :
I thought, if it would suit you. that
. . . . w I.... ...i
yOU 1111(5 US. Ulivo .rouuo ..uu...,
we will go to mother a .1 Dearborn, aud be
' Well," .aid I, " 1 11 aee if I can," and
as soon as possible I took niy leave.
I didn tgo to tbe bill that night I forgot
about it nU aat over tne siove nil morning
thinking; of what a scrape I got myself into.
I even forgot t keep thu fire going and
almost froxo in my seat. V baa daylight
lagau to J-ecp is at the windows I bad uiado
ny mind wliot I woulJ fo. 1 would col
over and lull Helen that hiut Le niarrii.il
immediately, or uot at all ; luint she ooreeil
10 iu", i sw no otner tti; un aui.ruii io
W lien I entered the pc. Iedff p lo
her rinVag ii lively aong
almost knote me for de-
I bad ( lut I summoned
the belnid pulliutr up
ner linue, i ucara uer rin
and in eoiiacience
ceiving the cirl a
up courage to ring
tny coNar and throwing n bead back, I
anxiously awaited an an. r to my sum
mom. &he aoou came (the door and I
was aniu shomi inio the t (rlor as bil'orc.
" Heli-n," I commenced, "J
Well i what!"
"I I we must be maffied to-da or!
' . I "mi.. I
I I don't t lit uk that 1 i y be able to be
in a i ried at all !" ...'
' Well, iu-it aayou p.eaae. flnnry you
may drive round about twulrc oelock and 1
will be ready." '.
I .r. iii.I I ,1r..v nr. n lilt ma
e r r -v v-
sud before l.ieht e were m-.iici'. And
tbat wife baa been worth IOO,lMIUto me!
A MoRMO.N WITH Ills WIVtM AMI HAUL a...'
Ki'UTI I'uK WaSIIIMJTii'J.
A good Momiou (lory i told ay a fiicnd
of ours how iravilliijF in t;.e Weit, looking
after coiumrrciul interests af ibe l.ouo wilb
which he ia Ci'tinai'ted, and ho p'ne4iii.a a
larye fund of My ail, ahitb ia bicul.t ad
mirably into play on all liitiiif cc-iuna ;
While tti.ppihg, a abort tuna since, at a
hotel iu Cleveland, Ohio, it bappemd tbat
the .Mari.b Children, a troupe of ji.veiiile
comedian familiar to ua all, numbi-rii 'iH
or 3.1, arrired and put up altheramn houf.e
... r r. , .
I heir firet appearance ia thedniiui; r.iu
Oaturally altraeled great atlrmiou, asd
biaoy mere the inijuiripa made in rul'ereurt
to lluui, who and what lliey were, mhere
from and vhitber oiug, 4c, Ao.
'J bey occupied an enure tatde all under
twelve yeara of ajc, drea'rd wliae and nearly
all giris, with live or six u, sidle aged lemslea
j their teachera aprinvled aniona them.
j At ibe head of the table aat Mr. Mar-b bun
I self, grave, solemn and dirmli"d 111 11; an ner,
a sort of Alexander .ScUirX iu a final I way,-
Uionsr.-h of all besurtcttd. At the tabid
and by the ide of Mr, , m rat two or three
genlicuien, somewbst rural id their a-t- ct
ho weie evideuily a koI deal in.-iiti.d
at the appearance of tuinr'a, and on puitiug
the O'lctioo of what it meant, tl.ey aire in-
formed thst the grave personage at ihe hi ad
of the table w as a eeirgatc from liiighaiu
Young, a prominent and noted 1.1 rn, iu, ou
his way to Washington lo arllie with the
President the diffitulties in I'tali, anJ the
-1.1.., I I ..I .......... ........ I,. I
the thirty children were jxiilicjn of bis
She ,inC look. The - m,.!,," .f..., '
..! 1 1. 1. It.- i. ,1.... .. .1..
family arrangement, ri Ired, and the lnje,
as w. il a. ibe town it-ell, waa soin iu coiu-
motiou, a. I e.vger to lok ijiou a tru- proph. t
and his harem Amapng smart rliild
atare at tin
(. Uli saint aith all tin
I be chi!
ren al l-t rircamo alarnied-
their teachers next, and JMar-h was ij,j!
f, not ki, living wIh iIh r tu look
upou all .h
' ... . ,
e-s, or portending lomttliiu- vl a more i
' .... . ,. ., .
e alieniioiw a. lat 'ir j tie to hi
, , i , it j
.11.I lli. tm u.. a ,i,.n..rjl .1- .11. in, . Willi a
- e- k
a-1 " " li " a eeoln r a n v uiml 1. 1 1, e I s 1 le- a nd
hearty guffaws on the part of the men who
were sold. Mr Mar-h di teriimied to aim
bi card- ordered t,n tin. i j t.o tmmr.ifiuiij
poted, while (Juix biirjflf -teppid ou to ihu
cars in pur-uit of bu-iua and further ad
venture. We hope be 'ouiid both.
-- Ipiidiatin- Stales redeemed their bouor by
WaKI"0 VP TIH WlloVJ rASSK.-.otn ' paying their debts. There was iiule .-p.-cu-A
f.w days ago a pcrsnti entered a store, j lation during this period and the ro-periiy
not a hundred miles Iroui lbs old State of the e iuntrv was solid and suh-iat.tial
bouse, and Inquired e'gerly for the pro-iSueli it continued tj be until the taiitl' of
prietor. " 1 here be ls,F aai'l Ibe salesman,
pointing lo a sbrewd bit quiet looking in- 1
dividual, who was w.mdng himself over
the stove. " You are Mr." ( e will call it
. j ,, t Jones,) said thevi-itor. " Yes sir " '"I has been so distinctly marked by in-t.-ilihly, liox r.idcr, irom wlncb .'iniuieton ami I ear
d L i '.l.. ...,j..i i... ' i .ml I,.-., i.ntv iii mir pominpreial affairs son si a t led . I hceiii be r 1 Hill . Col. Johnston
wined the anxious inquirer. " Indeed,"
said the proprietor. " Vea, and I iiu-t iu-
frm o,, .1,. i I am eome from ihn mrrean
tile ai-enev of So snd jo. to ii.o.uro about
vour assets and liahiltli
" i ou don t say so, returned the p
prietor, with a little oeuing ol his e)ci
r ' ' . ' . : '
and a s ight twitching of bis mouth, but
. f. ,. Ue
: jf tld . w WBt rIprei.ly to as-
1 comlllo) Q, Jo(jr ,ff ijrs
How inucli are your liabilnies !"
f jon, UoU,f I.,,
Mpper ,i J,, , deencst tUougbt thou-h
I I .ni' ,n r im .,
envageu m t"-"i( eonoo... u.o.
my January bili, t sisnuld say that my
total liabilities might possibly bo- Bis
hundred dollars !"
" Five hundred, five hundred," muttered
the astoin-hcd visiter, Iskiug out hi-
': "d ""' the t0 b"'A
itb valuable foods. ' .Now, I
Jones, ia that not setting it rather low f" '
" By no means, said Jones, " it is very
W ! -on'l think I owe above tl,rs bun
dred, but I tliou-.it I d call five, to make it
seeru more respectable. "
" Oh, and w bat iu goodness nsiue may bo
vour as-ets ?''
"Well, withoot meddiiiiR wilb my real
je.t.te, or this .lock of good,. I should s.y
J"'""'""' ,b0Ut fQUr
I'be anxious inq'iirer. eyes stuck out con
siderably, and his bri-kuesa of manner for
sook bun aa be murmured, ' TXeu, you hare'
n't au-pended I"
' No !"
f-i,T.r rcdoceu every thing to mathema-'
s. He got marr.ed because kis-itig saves
tics. He got
fifty per eent. on his Uj;sr tax
ciori will plea! notice.
THEORY AGAINST FACT.
To reasouablu uiau it would appear just
that wlieu giveu Hieor- hai Uea fuirly
t,-i,.d, and had been found i
not to oorrcsouiid
(aiiuiiio rcnults, it ou.'Ut to bo abandoned
fne j,-rue 'I'rg.ler, 0f tuia county, however,
,re of a mrrtut opiuiou. They tigioi" The etcan.ahip Empire City, from Xe,
i,,nore rMui ,l!l0e(i.r, or if. bey be un- York 3d iust.nt, ria Havana Uth in.-tunt i.
favor.Ufl to tneirtbcory, periat only tho coming up the rircr.
,ore atroiiidy in their preconeeived opinion,,. I Sue connected at Havana with the Maam-
The liiatorv of the oountry for tho la,t fifty
years form, a commentary upon free trade
winch i Mrfet-I v unatuweral. lo bv anv
theory the free traders can produce.
From IMJ7, when the restrictive meanures
' nf tna .lelir,oti A .1 n.i mtm I inn li.'i.un. lo
of the Jefleraou A.liuintration bejiau, to
Ml". .i... - i,l u.
' paratin-ly ezc'uded fr.iiu tbeOccau. Ucrliu
I ...,i M;i.,.. ,i ...... UJ ei.....;.. r.,.,,.',i ..n.'
' bar-oca. noti iiiteu'.iM. Iww,.. ,,d .' tiiai
1 , V. ff,i,., fr .iu ih ll....an num.
pcllfd us lo bwome manufacturers. The
! . I., a.
operniinn 01 ince variuua uieaurt'.i, mi uir
' I...V1 ;...;. .1,.
j,pos,d by C..ii-reH lias been, or U cur
likely to be. The increato of uialiufacturii:
(i-Ulliliiiii'tiU had created a maikel at
bon. fir all arieullura'. products. At the
dose of tbc war, the country an highly
prooperou. Farmein, planters and niu
chaiiies fl-uri lied aa they have never done
aiuce, f ir they obtained the biLeat prices
fjr the produ .-ta of their labor. lulHi
came a clisupe, ami a ii .i.-t ili-a-lnjun one.
The tantf Mas then cut down, and recon
structed on the mi vii'iint principle. M in
ufactoilen l.l'pmi iiiiiiiediate'ly t.jcloiie, bauka
sprung up in all dirictioiis like mushrooms,
and blew up . fal as they ro.e, the prices
agricultural producta lull, the wages of
, , , . . . .' ,, 1
labor weic cut uou in pioportiun, thounsuils
upmi thouumU weie thrown out of employ
ment, the public (l. l.t iiierea-eil, and rpecie
began to be exported to lueet (leniauds
abroad. Free trade did not work eff'-ctually
It rrduc.nJ the cjuuTV, in to year, fioiu
a atate of high pro-perity to one borderiujr
upni jfei.eral bankruptcy. Such was the
statu of things until 1--'I.
lu 1'-'!, Mr. Cay succeeded in eitab
linhing bat. be very properly termed the
Auicricau )tem that io pa-aing a law
for the protection, to a rerlaiu extent, of
An.cricau indu-iry, and iu I atiil greatr
protection waa alfjrde l. llieefl. tlol theae
luea.-ures was to revive maliutaclurea, to
aJvan.'e the p rices of agricultural prjdueia,
ta briu; in apecie, lo increase the pubiia
reieuue ho grcatiy aa to ju-tiiy liie release
of ! and ciffev Irciu ail duty, and to cx-tingut-h
t ue national debt. Ihi country
was in a high dale of pro-penty, and that
for tiiers was scarcely
up lo 1 4,1 w as only .1. 1 , ag liust
'7 "' --'."'"' bank. IU leu
1 the same i,., ibe bankinuespilal
had been 1 i.rr.-avd but f .f ,(illi.llUil, mat ia,
111 $lllT.Un(l.iHIO 111 1?JJ In f I lil,lillii,n(ii
I :(. !t all this was changed by tho
u.pruiiii-e act of I "il l, Inch re-Ion d free
Iraie. 1. mat a. t. II. e UuHea were 10 be
; de1 : to all inored
le anicunt were incurred,
pi cic was si nl out of tiifl country by the
carg'i lo pny them ell. the banks su-pi-uded,
the merchants weie ruined, the
lurers clo-.d operation. Mates repudiated
... " , ' . ,
their jii-t debts, Hie 1 reaeury became bsua-
rupt. and the liovernuient waa cai ried only
by thu u-e ul incoiin rtic -uiiiplast ji s.
change w as f mud lu be .ib ilo'ely nee. s
sary, and iu the coutjjry returned to
live avateiii. The result was Ihc
same that I
xpeiitiicc.i in l-.
Pro-iieritv immtidiatelv returned. Foreicn
dubta be-au to Lu paid olt, few new bauka
were created, specie once more began lo
flj in. and the greater p-.rtiou of the re-
1 5 in.
Tho tariff of HIG has been in operation
now inKuthao eleven years, and we will
venture to say that no period in our hi-l iry
Price-, in siimHt eveiy .irlieie of u.cichan-
d.se, bale fluctuated ill a. manner enlirely
w it ho 'i 1 1. r-ce.i e u t in the hisl'.rv of the Mst.
at on time approaching the maximum of
est cause or pretiiouitiuii, dropping down to
the very tiillnl.riii, of d.-precialiou Let any
man l.n.k around i.iin and he will see the
rc-uU. There nru more persons out of em
plo V nil III than liavo e ver been known l.eiore.
11 on tho dc-
rime. Merchants and manufacturer, out of
nuluUri h, (,,en rui,,cH. All the bsnks
have f p-nd. d N:.l ub.laii.tiiig the re-
ce.pt of ?.-..M.0..0.0..0 i gH from Califor-
,.,a. the National Tre.-ury is bankrupt, the
rp..,...fl h fa.l.H. and the Government is
supporl in- itself on shi
Hut w e k now it is u
facla I hc tree trad
Facts to In in arc unworthy of rotio-, if they
ith his theory. itihiwiaU ll'Ai
" ss '
At a party io F.dinburg, one of tbe gunsts
observed hnr inn Charles fating rather more
vara,-joti-ly thsis the laws of even Northern
elt,,j i. llo k'llosed. She watched for au op
porlunity aud gave htm oue of those signi
fieaiit looks which only mothers and eldei
i-ters can c iniiiiaiid, but, iu-tead of stop
ci,.,U. .aid to his mannna. " Oh. v
keu this w .is w.ahiug day, aud I got uae
A practical j.,Vo was ones attempted to
be tilaved on Mr. Erasine, as he went one
day to We-tihiu-ti:r Hull, with bis ample'
(, . nramiiied full of briefs. Some wag
gish ban i-ter bin d Jew's boy to go and .
ask if be bad " anyold clo'to sell !"-
V von itt 0 hup. eve aimeil the Inrtii-.
lor, they ars all nru- I'str.:." i
2 WEEKS LATER from OAUF0PNIA,i
TDK KMl'IKKflTY AT NtW-OBI.EA.NS.
81,325,000 cosii.no to sew voitx.
NEiV-Oltl.lSANH, Friday Feb. 13.
ahip Granada, from Aapiawall, and brm-s
the California mailj of the auth olt.
10 Hetnhiira cur m mil i1'" n,
piuwali on the -"id inst. for New lork, with
the mails and "J(iO passcugers from Culifor-
ma, and t-l ,J ,ii"U in treasure
i The (iranala left Havana on the tllli
!'"' for Ap!nwall on ber return voyage.
Advice from Kev Wet atste that the U
IriteU ;.Wm fnat Wbeh M W
leave on the I tb lor New ork. " '
The clipper ahip Frigate Hird .from l'i.il-
-.!.. 1 ,.1,1 a v. ...1 1 1 nl.l o ,, I ! , U- fr nlh Bust On . has
---.-...- , ,
arrived at Franei-co.
hit DM) DK.hl'ATl.11.
Nkw UkleanS, Feb. 18.
The Empire City arrived up at a late hour
last ni-ht. .-'be left Havana ou the Ulb. j
t'oiu. l'auidiu' bad received a baudo'.me (
entertainment fmiu the authorities. 1
Sugars were tirui. j
'I I... lir.. . - if i...:,,.t;r.rlnl.t
The LegiaUtur was in sesMoti, but had , und embraced every variety cl luduanal
trail-acted no bu-iness of iuiportaiice. 1 pursuit.
The San Franci.co markets weie very. The chief error committed ,y the-.; Men
ju;j ; tics wai in not grnutiatiu-thjir weekiv ones
From Oregon a rumor bad becu received ' to lite ;.- of their members. It was shown
that the Snaae Indians intended lo joiu the j by moat carefully collated evidence that tho
Mormons. relative amount of siekue in each year of
I .,i-r ...l.lna fr,..., Hm.tli America are .life increased wilb ureal rapidity as a-e ad-
l-'r..n. I '.-in ir.i have further accounts of
the arrest of Mr. Lamar, ou a charjre of
con.piracv to bring Americans with arms,
to l'eru, lit the purp...-e of h-htiug for ex-
Preaidcut EcheniiJ io.
Letters hich had paused letwecu Lamar,
Com. Va.iherbilt aud Col. Fiugeraid, of N.
Orleans, bad been Miblirbed. It was tbo l
J. a 111 n r would bu abut.
Affiirs belwceu tb Government aud i
vanco were wi'hout particular change.
There had been a destructive fire at Yal-parai-o,
involving a lo.-s of 81 ,-',"
Affairs iu Iviuvia weru quiet
iLe American aloof. Aulinell was found
He-tried IU 1st. :t deg. rfoulh.
'Jhu clipper eh'ip Flying l i-h, froin .New
York, had armed at Saa i'ram-i-co.
llie t'liitid State, aloop of war J.iuieS-
tjwu was at iiinwall.
The steam frigate .Su- j iebanuah gies out
to tiu I roviMeuee to iu.ui u iuio a.iegeu
outrages on An.cricau coiumicc there.
lieu. M. H Luir.ar. I'nited Stales Minis
ter to Nicaragua was al la-t aceounla, on
Lin way to that country.
Ad wee. froui Montevideo state tbat the
Legislature had l.a.u ail.pcuded IJ tlie Inl-
iit 11 y.
A war between Iirazii and l'araguay waa
I ,.. It!.; It 1. r..n,-ir Ini tiat Mr I) 1.
ua, the Auicricau Minister, will not real
I.attr from bult Lake.
Below we,;ive some important intelli-rnce
from Salt Lake, received by way of Carson
Valley, and telegraphed from Sacranienlo
I'be maiu fact seems tg be thst the troops
. i , i.,.i.;ur le-l. atnra In see ill I, n.e thai It never
aucuipie.i i u'reo passage vuiouu ueuu --w-
, , i I gained a foothold iu ibis country.
I suuii, but were unsuccessful. iB .ri . , , , ,. .
1 1 ho second lecture ol I'r. nnc, at too
.-A. HA .ir.sTo Jan. . 1- .- Ji.iiitlisouian Institute, on the effect of occu
" Mes.r- Middleton and 1 ear-on arrived ; ijf!, was attl.rr)lM, lv , Uj.e
at Carson ai!ev on the tub, aud Mr . 1 ear- , , . y . i- . " i . .
sad has just arrived from Carson Ys'.lcv via
'" X """."-
l icss from U'a-bliigtoii to Harris' Fork for
t ol .J .iiuson. m I'. cemner .tn.i oi. .iex
anlcr, with the tun 1'ragjAi.s-, stt-n.pi-; i
f.-ree their way through Echo Canon; i
attempt four of thu dragoons were ki,l
cd. Tbihkui- it impo-sihle to force the p:
Col John-ton, wh j had assumed command
of th- troops, retired, and iu a few days de-apnt-bed
Col. Alexander, with -1 dragootn
as an escort, to t. Iouis, lev obtain supplies
t ol .1 Winston then retreated short distance
to Sulphur S,rin-i and took the Sublette
cut off around lo the north of Salt Lake to
there at the time with the second and
third dragoons and light aitiliery, seven
six pO'ini and five twelve pouud Paixhaus.
He has sent foraging parties, fifty men each,
and has obtained Vtlll cattle au I other
supplies of ail kinds The Colonel has pic
keUs out all the way from Bold Elder to Gra-
velly Fold of from forty to sixiy men. Au
escort of seven drajroona came with (be ex- j
pi ea men io i s v..y i o.
Ho will attempt to enter Salt Lake City
about the 1st ot ?lay, as lie expects w . R. Ducbalcl, lo be rathcr bcahbv
ney will arrive on the other aide about that revt,rie sourct, of JiieiM
time. 'they aflccud those iiigagcl in special pur-
There are three companies of alragoons at i,- ,e Haill,er, bu.eh. r, confectioner,
Fort Hnd-er. Fort Supply, twelve ...lie. j refiner, tailor and shoemaker were
south, has been evacuated by the Mormons,! " , , , , f ,
and the troops nave possc.vaiou ot n.
Pearson has seen no snow since leaving Car-
sou Valley. Johiiston s command have ex-I
rerienced uo iiicoiiveniouces whatever from
snow, uot having seen any. Harney will
have tho -nd dragoons, three companies,:
;;ib mounted regiment. Five companies
of nfie" will arrive on the I I ill. i
.'tr. l earson linnas tue .'lartnons vtiau io
leave Salt Lake if they can; but their cs- j
cape is now cut off. He saw but few Indians, j
About l be '.'-th of August five American
htlemcn, whoe names ure at present
a-certameil, lelt i. arson V alley lor sail l-ane ,
City, and it is understood they travelled to
Utah in company with the Mormons, who
(uiitd Caraoii Valley to nturu to Salt Lake,
by order of Urigbam Young.
News baa reached us now that these gen-,
, ii..;., .i .., i nr.
llemen were murdered at a pmt about 101';
milus south of Salt Lake by the Indians,
and it is supposed that the "Saints" bad
aouic band iu the niasdacro.
An KsrorNTr.lt. The Washington cor-
respondent of the AWi Ammcn -tales
that Mr .Wright, of Tennessee, and Mr. W al-
Miridce. ot nicnigan, nun an eneounier n.
one of tue Cmiiuitu Rooms on F14J ay nib:
I)r. Wynne, of New Yoik, gave a lectura
at the Smithsonian Iuatitute, oil Friday even
ing, on the t'fl'oot of occupntiou upon health,
whioh presented niany now and interesting
tactf. i hn importance ot tlie sublet id
political and philanthropic point oi view Lu
coum.Uts as very -r-nt. ibe lurger part
of every populat.on wern to be found ,uOUg
j tboxa bo nere eompclled to labor for a b-are
( soi-.i.wiim, anct naa confjuetHiy noway
01 r"o"u'"S """"" r f . f.
socielica, wtiicb, upon ti.e payment ol a
weekly allowance, agreed to furniah its Mem
ber with jiid in case of disability by di-.ea.iO
or accident. Tlie proper foundation of theso
societies was of the ureaten impoitauce, be
cause on them often depended the only bopo
, for M in cw of ii-c.
i by cnaritv.
fc4 ucr. qt. l.i.at eit-
Au elaborate ca:ni'iatiou of this cui ject,
1 SUM al h
d bv a lariic array of C-ure.-i, slowed
- - - ,.- ,,
luatitutiotH, wbo object was noble
und whose uiefuiliuiis was so rxitu.11 ve, wcro
founded opon erroneous data, which would
sooner or later iuvolve tho whole of them in
inevitable ruin. '1 his was particularly mani
fest in the cp..ratioij3 of the society of Odd
Fellows, nLicu embraced in the t'uiled
States uearly two buiidre'd tbousaud meiii
beia, extended to every part of our Union,
1 tanccd.aUu a -oclitv hicu ha.-e'l Its ca.eu-
luiious ujmu the reeults (ienveii lioiu thu
experience of younger members could never
procure a fund sutbciently large to difchargo
Us obligations. The laws ni.ich regulated
' hM " 1 disease .sere so uniform ud true
i" their operations as to furnish a rt.iab.o
guide for action, and displayed tho wi.-dom
of a supen-r poer lu tle ir an angem..l.t
Some curious marriage -tati sties were prc
seiited, by wLieb it was made tt appear that
the in a.--I.- acud iu accoi d ance with such
hied laws as to enabl.' the mm of acijuco
to dtteiuiilie with considerable ceriaint) u -t
only the number of niarrines wbidi would
, place ill each year among a given pop-
, uiati.ui, but the number of tbo-e winch
' be contracted bet we. 11 those ubo bd
never befure ma, I ie.l, bet seen w iduw ers und
I wioows, auo wi.i)trs anu sn.gie women.
foiuc ccccutric ca-i were cilnl, wlicre J er
sons of greatly ditl. relit sel l had been uni
ted iu matrimony, which were received by
the uu Hi lice with :iijch inerriiuei.t.
1'rof Wvtilie di precnled the iiilie atten
tion which was paid by our ei-latora to
these piiilaniLropie mje t-, which in thu
t ..unliii-a i f t-'uiopr ireei-.re T.O lll.ieh O.IU-
aideratu.u at the l.Lli.la r.f eiilighl. lie 1 atatea-
j lu rigard to the fate of tbo-e bintvi
'M ieliea which aimed In nroiiie a aaf
vestment for the funds of the iudu-tiUl
cla.-nes uo one could be muitli n nl, because
they cons'ituted the chief barrier between
tiio-c who have no cni.i'al tu-1 pauperism.
An 1'1 ' coaMty had becu in large d
gree shielded from the clf cts of this great
rather from a combination of fortuitous
circum.-taneer. than the abilitv of our lo-is-
lation in tins particular; aud it behoove 1
, .. .l. f...' ,.,,i : .i.n,;.
0f ,e diff.jruut chances of life enjoyed by
ngsgea iu rlillcreiil occupations. l)r.
Wynue 1'tated that ihc relative duration of
life ill each pur-uit was depn lent upon
causes auriouu.iic- thuse eiiga-ed, aud that
the iiiojtaiity returns showing the average
iitc at death ill eac'.i admitted of ready ex
planation upou this hypothesis. Iu explain
ing l',i.' causes which affect tlie health of
workmen, he took occasion to call atte itiou
to tho comparative iiiiioxiou-ni s, nay even
healthfuluess.of the odoraii.sini: from animal
substances iu the process of decomposition.
Tho malaria of liouie was so succes-fully
coupteracted by ibis cause, thst tbo-e resi
ding in tbo lower .pinner in which tbe
buleheiie.s were established Wi re seldom af
fected with the lever which iu the summer
months prevail, d in the noire elevated and
apparently health!) sites of the city. The
village of Knockers, in the vicinage of Paris,
where the caica.s.-cs of tho.-c animals who
had died or were killed were carried and
convened to their ultimata de-iinatiou, aud
iu which the nnell was uio-t o!lYi:-ive, was
found by the coiiuuissiou appointed by the
j j.,,.,,,.1, Government, at the bend of which
j ih.t those occupations which led their proae-
cutm u U(.h wt-re thu
, , , ,.:. ..u.. .moil
j fl)) ,gVicuJtnrieti wl0, pursuits united most
of thu elements calculated to bc-tow health
of body and contentment of mind. It was
ti pleasiijg reflection that an occnpatiou
which assumed tue first rank for salubrity
among industrial pursuits should be the one.
in winch the larger part of the population of
the United Stales were engaged.
A third lecture upou this important sub.
ject will be given ibis eveuiug, w l.ich wa
,,. , -,, ...-,. ,1,., ...,, nf
,a SUlj jt.u,. Xuion.U InUlharncc.
....... i... -.. . . .
A bill is now before the Alabama Sen-
. , , .
'o and uudergoiug conn 'i rnble di-cus-ion,
wihch provides for the eiomption of one
slave iu evrey family from seuure for
debt. The probabilities aro that the bill
' will pa-s.
The number of po-tago stamps used da
ring th- yoar !--r7 was lli-,!Hlt MO the
val i of .vliioh .vas I.'! l'l,'.7 ',"." .