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Tucsiiav. March 2. 1S5S.
J action and proved by references that tie , From OUT ror.tipondmt.
"old hero" wa a distributional and that, CiiAM.KaTON, Feb. 25,
he held to the doctrine until Mr. Clay took J Ti c lute rise iu the price of cotton i bring
it up He also referred to the action of the i ing largo q iimtities of it to market. Oue
democratic party in this State and tnct eon- dy this week the South Carolina IU.d
' ' , . brought down upward of four thousand
cliisively proved that it had been the. fettled : Nort)l,.a-terM Koad brings
policy of that party years ago. He also j j,,;. j-roni tour to live hundred bales, hi
referred to the auot-tiou bv a Democratic
j Convention in this State of a resolution which
The protracted union meeting which has
b.en in progress for tne past throe weeks by
the Pri st vi- iian, Methodist and Baptist
Churches, i brought to a clo-e on Satur
day night U:t. Wi' h lieve that hi tweeu St'
atid 4;l rofes.-ed conversion. A ui.ion prayer
mci tin? wiil be held iu the different Churches
on Mi-uday, Wednesday and Thursday nights
of this wnk.
In ing sold rapidly at good prices, aud iiiom-y
i.- consequently becoming easier. I learn
from r. liable sources thai cotton is aeciimu
l.-ititg nt all the way depots on both of out
The cider of Odd Fellows of this city are
He asked if it had nol 1 b. ginning ton.o.e in he Mount V ernon
cause. An advertisement appears in tnc
nit ers of this morning, calling a meeting of
the timid Lodie for the rurpose of taking! to death in their rooms. Several bodies
i pro nations ol the pul.iic Islni liau teen j j10 COi,Mderslioii the propnety of a general
I made to Arkansas, Alabama and Mh-sissii pi, ( subscription by the members of the t rder
: 1,1,. t l-o ..Itis-d tho-. who had assailed biui i thteughoiit the State towards the? piireha-C
for rtnt ending for the ritlita of North Cato- ! "i" Mount Vernon. On behalf of the "South. K.f property is estimated at 850,001)
, p c ., , ; ern .il a Iron, we should bail tins important
, liua to assail the member ot Congress, t.o , HC(.eio ,a t)ie chivalry of this preat pairi
had eet iu their feats ai d saw the lands 0nc national enterprise, nnd commend their
fiven away to other St-ites and never niade j ei:.mple to the imitation of the Order
I lu effort to secure to NortU Carolina a share, j ti.iouglin.it the I'nio...
., , , , , ,, j A difficulty of rather a serious nature has
: He also referred to the fact that I.liuoi. ,pruIi;u(, btw,e tho prof,or, mA
'by the appropriations of public lauds by I siU(ei,s of the Stale Military Academy in
; Con-res., had been enabled to build a rail- j this city. Oue entire class has been su-
'road 700 miles long with two branches, ' pciuled, and scleral bare already left for
asserted that hen it became the settled
policy of the (.iencral Government to squan
der the public lands Ninth Carolina would
claim lur ihare
become the settled policy of the govern
ment ! lie then wttit on to tdio that ap
St. Louis. lb. 21.
IIoTtL Burnt and Loss of Litis. A
fire broke out in the Pacific Hotel, about
three o'clock this- niorninjf, cauiii; the
great't coii'teruation uuioiii the hoarders.
There were in the. house about one hundred
persons, between forty aud fifty of whom
re missing. U per-ous are known to have
lost tbeir lives, and 1) eriou!y injured.
I he lire onuinateil in the druj; store un
The Pichmond Celebration
Richmond, Feb. 2','.
An Klectric Love AKrAin. Quite
Ironinntio little affair tl amour occurred in I
Coaht SURVItY OP TH IT.
In a review of the onuni.n,.. ..k TaM
n. ..' .. .. ",U1 I He (VI
The weather, thoucb
for the display in honor of the inauguration
',' 1 ton on Sunday afternoon. A gentleman j .Survey D.'pnrtment, I'rof. H;l(.1( :,
rather unfavorable ... . ,,,. ., nronrie,or Df eie0. munioatioii to Sillimau's .1,,,.,...., ' '
tihiic Nort'j Caialina bad not received an
1 am not in possession of the full
j particulars, but learn that the difficulty
widely known as " the proprietor of an eleo- iniitnoatioii to Sillunau's Journal f v II
.l .1 it ! 1 1. 1 1,., mfir l,ul lmt. aavs: ' II
ot me Matue ot .Mi.iig.o.., n... ..o, prevent h u . . I, ell i e d coat, knee hreeehea, po.l hue- The aurvey of a coast so ,,:.. .
. , larpe turn-out of c.ui.t.m and others.- , ,, ,. A srriv(.a o Satur- of tho United State, is, even j j, T
J he visitors from ashinK.on and lia titnore I d from Ainl,j a ,,ulom lookin?ja work of immense rlt(.llt. ,,.
were received by several of our volunteer , ' fe f0m t)m l(mutK-lf M took ' atretohos fro... Now I!, ,i(.k , "
I companies, and added m.ith to the interest j u U ,.,,.. I(),, h MellIll t,t ,, from the S.rails of Fuea to n, j!",'
fl.niHS spread ao , "" . ' V , " - , ' f, i they had met, at the I rout Mouse at At-j ma j upon mo -Allanlio and t;lf f
rapidly that before the iuiiiiitec could be ' t , ' " I lanla, the day i.fore, an-l the Iotessor ne-uu 10 tne i tin parallel j u,,n , .,
UroVed the staircases were enveloped in (" 1 J T" V' Jfi " ' n single man. and so what Huseeptible Iroin the 4M.o ,lin 8,,,,.' Wi, ; 1'
flamea and all eere-s was cut off eicepiinir i , , , i . 7 1 I '''. w"" ""' " he tender passion, rangn of more than .),0(I0 mile, ;t ei.l(,r
by the indous' Many leaped Iron! the I "V- ' ,,M"e, h'" declared himself a victim lore at first fir, graphical peculiarity'.
third Mory, and were either terribly man- ! ,ltJ "P,,,or- , ,siht. Aceordinply the fair and blushing able islands, bays, capoa and ,,. '
fled or inst.nlly killed. Many were unable ' "0,1'- Mf Vpe'Ci irV d"',,""fl co"pn""i to proceed with him to line the lo.,,. read, of shore. 8 h ,
F .f . i i and able flort, ann was well received by i i' . , i, ui- hnmlrpds of m in ii. . 11
even to reacti me. winnows, aim were nurni ., . . . ,, ., t. . .i. i ":,"""i " "r " , ; r-", enei
the statue was saluted with a salvo of artil
lery ami loud and proloi'jred cheering.
llobert (! Scolt, K-q , made an eloquent
address, and the Masonic ceremonies were
highly interesting and impres-ive. (iili.
?C0U ""ey: l"f r?nP- lo tiiHl ttiere ; h(, ,riMe litl waJ t0 con,un,m,ae the (every reef aud shoal, trace tl
rict D Uetwhes Buchanan and Douolas. i a general i luunnaiion an-J the city is in , 0(iol - Ue hour approached the carriage ! every current, deduce from Ion,. ,.
'Ht-T i inK'ii. nxrsnnal l.iitn.. . ho. a blaxe of i"bt. No aceident of any kind ; .. . i ... .. i i.,.r... r,t,i.r.tln.,- .i. i r .i ...
tween Ituebauau aud Douglas on all poiuts. occurred to mar the festivities, and the pn ia(, u)(ra B colIipioellt urvev Qf himself short, observe and measure every
are supposed to be now in tho ruins, aud
hundreds of eacited men are energetically
at aork in renwninc the rubbish, 'l'be losa
bratud. A license was obtained a wed- i low half inland sounds, nnd Ibv ,i, . V
I ding riiij? and other valuable presenH were (far into the interior like Norw'nri,,, '
bestowed wiiu a liberal baud by the gallant are among its most striking f. atlir,., .j
and generous Professor, who had also ar-( Coast Survey must accurately locale (v,
rayed himself in an elegant wedding auit, promiueiit puitit ; map out the ln
...J ..l....l . . . ,l.. f everv hav i.,l l..rl,, K. .1 .
The Frisident deiiounte. the Senator as a gramma a fully earned out. There wen
iitlc demagogue who is afraid of the conse- probably uot less than l5,0.U persons jirc
Auenees of bis o ti measures, lie expresses sent.
the looking-glass, and sent to announce , in the physical geography of the (',
uis reauiuess lor the nuptials. nmm tnu uiosi renm ii aeienee il, ,
Judge of his auipriso when the ine-scn- delicate methods of observation, n,
le greatest contempt for the blunder of otiKAT IAV IN Richmond inauouration j .r returned with tin iutelligeuce that no most perfect instrumcutal means
Sjlr rf IJandMHiif Iriirbs.
Ai.ci.l. jii is ca'...d to ilia aa'.e of haml
souie article., advertised iu to-day 'a psper,
by S jaur I'jtido.iiiii. e caiitd at bi
room to view his a-sortmeutatid we mu.-l
ay I! at e hive r..er seen such a hand
gju.c d;-t.lr.y ('f rich at tides bcfoie, mativ of
ti-ei.i ci.Uiiiy tit Lt i o. Tiiey are also
leaat.fuiiy arranged, aud as the art.cit.
wi'.i be ( p. o li day for tu iu-ptctioo c f the
Ladies i: i':l be a ti.L trt at so fco aud lock
njon tin :n. du Wcdi. tday they are ail to
be sol to the hiucst i id i.r for what they
wiii bill .'- So I.a.li' S y-.-j ,',', Live an
p-.tt i: iiy of p--.-iua- L-it m.iy lea.-e
acre, lie condemned the plan of Congress j or;1.iaH.j ,rom 0e 0f tie f,rf,.,rs eti-1 r d'e I'ouglas, khould he
givinn alternate eectiona f.T railroad pur- j J, oring to introduce some ;iew rules mln JXise XecuJnploU ; and if L I
posesapd showed that lb .omnmeiit bad i retilaiio. whit h the students thought ,u. j ,n. ''e rreidei,t says he nii,;bl
Douglas' anti Lecompinn tnovemeut, aud I
does not disguise his purpose to aid in the
tleclion of Republican Senator, if ueces-
been defrauded out of thoU,at,us of ai res by :Ju- ";" ! pre-ive, am. ... rue
! anil si cede. The Hoard ol Visitors wiil meet
Mr. Mcllae tr.ade f sine reference to the
sei iir K'iitor of the Standard, but as be
denies having been iu a log cabi:i villi a
SI... 11 Hi-' Ai.i' riraa !V:y Lur 3 racJ'.Jaif !
A few w iks a.-) we ve our opi.iioti od
the- fje ti.n thai Leads lini arlieic. Vi e
it.--.! ti.Mi t't.-t iu :u;aj!.t lie t.uic.- pro
j ;t'-as for o ;r r.r"y , and remarked that we
Lid io our n.ind eye a n.an who was sufa-ci-'.t
f r the eiuerg'.'ticy That aiao was
O' n. Alfred 1' n keiy. : n'clin ond county.
We b. 1; vv ."r.:u hn.er.-v and efficiency
a- n si ! i v..cs:e of An,vrtcan principlea
Le wju.I : e t. to bear c ur bauticr '.trough
ti c cc-f.t t f ur:t--tf .1 v, y-'j triuu.phantly.
Vie '.live r.?t a w)ri of cjit.piiiu' ta n.ake
a .ir.-t ti e A i.rricin r.rt ntioa that o.mit- '
t.-...l .T.h-, A. (jiin.cr, K-.j , yt we niu-t
( li.at ti.ey ;;d i-jt t-ke counsel from their
ttK.ttiie-. s:.d there they felt ii.to aa error.
If cur fri-.t.da -iii rxa:..::.c :h. course of tLc
lV;uocr-tic f.rty. t'..'7 wiii -;e tlat when
ev. r tb-y 1. ugh; 1 t':... pcp'.e a can
d.'i ,.t Lo r- tiuce 1 th- Wiiit' majority, they
iiiTaiial.ly t:o:. inattd 1 im aj.i.iu. -t so
the Ait.tr. cai. Tarty, tjen I ;kerj was
BCtiiiliite'i to c:.r.7a.-s tiie ?ta!e vitii ir.
li: ::-g, a::d Le icrt 1 '.u.-t!f o r.oi.iy t;.a!
Le t.-iu'td ti. - L' u. urratic i. ajrity con
t'ucraLly. Another thin. Gen. I'jchery
jrjved Litnst :f -urh an i f:i c i i.tei. :-.' :,; r- r,
tiiit e Lute htarJ it aiaud ' o it here
that Mr liia.'i viouid tiotcanvas the State
:-..i if .;.-ti lx-krrj wai to Le hi com-p-'i'.jr.
A.. jth'. r ci.va- r-'ji; 'leu.
L ck. ry a i.- i.et t-.ti.it.aud, but J' ha A.
Oiiuur, K-'j the re-u'.t is known, and we
believe ij )v. 15rag2 was ror-electt 1 by a, a
iu:rei3ti tti-.j rity ; and site- tl? e'.ecUcti
W: hi. if1, tt.it a i:; I'- n.oir;t jjiti re-a.-k
-d th-t if (ic: . I'j.-ierj Lii tteu 1.1'
ufpateot he would n-: Lave citva--e,i the
S'itt Ot Mr jiijitr we have ii,t a Wjrd
ts say iu di'f arajaieiit, he f'aht Lravtly
id dceritd a be'.ter ft, aud we sup
ported Lix vith all Oar ability, slJ would
uo it a?a:a. Wc did cot at the time enquire
why Get.. Dookery did not recei'.e tie Louii
tatiti, tit JJ 1 il.-t hi ..I Lit as
tejt, slj n.i tot kaow at.y Ivi'.-.t uitii a
thoit tlu-e ao a fritLU of the (Jetiral io
fjitnei u.- tiii-t he exr.i-cted the t.on.itiatiorj
To tLi- trior w.- ai'.r.bute tit tuition of
the Aa.tr. ctti I'-.ty at this tie i:i North
Oi" il c i,t'i :.. rj pokcii iff y the
ti ci. r j I'utis'il w- lave r.i o; ciior.,
L .t o;.r 'j-.'..de'l r. rct.ee it f r 'irtn-rai
J'o.k'. ry ; hat shj'J he re.'j-e ti accept
t'u- t.-(':.itiatioti . a. will tipport at:y other
gi.'vd aiii tr J- Hi at.- I' it a- there is a i;f.
f. lei.'e of i.'U.-jU h'.tse.u the Aiuii.eaii
J'ita alot Li- it g a cibu.date, L- tit'.l
at jt'. cat of tho i'.'Ui-.ui '.
: v-L-iti - fb
N.e the i-iiie, ot, ILuislay i,iht
!. of ii-t n.i.g n the 'rp'rcii uiliiered at
th- ' n itt lion-..- in thi p'aeo. ly buwan
K MiU.e Wr say p'.ea.-iir'. , bee a -a -e .lis
ot t j li-t-:.'i t' i g. til. in. an whole as riiUcti
'A it. o-n.tor ii Mr. M-H..e proves hnn-tlf
I - le 'i I.-- lu'ii-!.! ii ti'.l so'argeai be
in ; ,t have i i poet. d. I -jt the religious s-r-
vi-' , Id on that ' v iM.-r wi.i readily c
cj'.t I r many Lt.r.g aay
Mr. Mt Kae c ni,ii i.re j t y fc'jting that
hav.'jf n. itnid the right of a ff--iiiau, by
r i i-i - out and t'ii'.f i;ii..' the iu.aure of
IV-triL-Lt. f the 1'iohe in.!- ,.r its pro
i n i.; tii- w !'.--, it I u i draa ii d'jw n
u;-.'i h. ti :!.i; ai.iu.. .vei .rjt.s of tne f(nc,
e;. p e-s, i. ' it was Im f it hitn-cif r.gi.t
I I ! f t he J ;;.: 'Lit 1-. h j j c JlLt 1 1 ad Jr. s
tii1 iu i tr
lie li.ii. wet,: on 1. 1 rtaiti.e ilrhutK
pubirh-ii .1, t: e Wetero b.-i.-erat k-:.ii.t
l.iui. fie in- ti r.a-le a tat. ii.i.t whi.-b
eltir'y nu "'. I I. u f: ;n lie .. ! -at.d
I I'jvt r. ier. i. i , i;..,u-u to -u-.
tut, him. Whit h' .- . i , H, 3 ,,rv
t.a le j.ii i.. inner.
!K lit -t t-vk ut the autj-.ct ..' l.-u
iii a few days, vhtn the question will be
A grand concert ill aid of the Lidies'
Miiui.t Yrmon Association iil lake place
at Hibernian Hall this evcnii.ir. alien a
grain! rally of the friends of the etiterpri-e
I'pon the wLo'e, Mr. McHae's sp ech gae i- ( jpeted. The most distingui-hed mu-ioal
satisfacticu to mat V TeUi urals we learn, U-nt ol the cily will be brought out, under
and the Lu.Jii'i tiny say what it ph
utiiig of gourde around his neck at. J uiiiiii
ifii Lard tider we shnll let that pass.
about Li speeches giving sati-factiou only
to the American p'rty, while Pimccrats are
abusiitg him, that is all gatuon. Nutl.ang
tbit he can :iy whi tievint tluai fioin
listetrn; to him at ail tinges when they have ,
the lead of Messrs K.-eve- and Ijretor
Soineihiiiir of a musical curio-ity in the
p-rson ot an aeeoiup ished female violinist
will vary the programme and trace the oc
wted in the party, but lie would be rle-pi-ed
t hi hii part, Douglas everywhere assert- that
liuchsnaii and the Aduiiiiistratioii are dead.
Some of the Iouglas office-holders of Illinois
would have Leeu ilismi-.-ed before this, but
the Ilou-e delegi.tiou entreated the I'le-iil.-iit
to spare tlieui, because they would, in case
of a geuetal row, lose their seats as well as
louglas liia. Cor. Chicago Tribune.
OK TUB WASHINGTON STATl'C.
Rli'MMONP, Va., Keb. 22.
Theinauguraiioiiof the Washington equea
Irian statue, iu this city, to day. was. lite
hthetoler r,,"c,'t ""d niost imposing di iiion-tration
An immense multitude of ctratifers, from
almost every section of tho couutry, were
witnesses of ll.e interesting ceremony.
Anion.' fha d istiii"uiht-ii visitors were Mr.
liro... I'ostu.astrr (ieneral : Cor. Klovd. I happiest of men
tl.- v,..,,.!,,, i w-,. I i: n . i He did not tear bis
lion ui C. Hives; Hon IM. Everett ;
John A. and L. Washington ; Gov. Newell,
of N J. ; (ior. Holly, of Conn, j (Jen. Har
ney, (jen I'ersifer F. Siniib, and Major 'ati
li it, of ihe army, and hundreds ot others
lady w.i there, and that tbe trunk was also .ure or detect.
missing. Struck with astonishment, he pro. j The tidal observations of tint I'aei6e en
eeeiK-d lo tbe room the bower from whence j have casually led to a determination of .,r.
his bird had flown, and found ou the table scientific interest, that of tl.e arerncej),,
isd resolved to go'ol the 1 aiirio Deean betneen the roa-i
an oppoi t:. i:y. The people ate tased niw
vi ry heaviiy f or Internal Improvements, and
bil) they can hear of :.r,y thing that via
bare a teti Kticy to rtlioe them there's
h. ro the v will go.
The Remains or Mi;s. Madison. The
Southern Chronicle, published at UraHge
Court House, Virginia says :
We learn that the remain of Mrs Mad-
She issui.i to he a rival ol i'ai;atiiniVoii vere broii.'ht from Washington, bv her
and lemteinpts, on that s eet and ileliM lit-. nephew, Jlr Cults, on ednesday thu l-tili at n early hour. The roar of artillery tli
i, it , -ri.- i.'..t.-.. i i i...- :. .:. i i i :.. .i .. .. i . w. .... - .
eeli engaged for the Utehestra, who will pelier, near the monument recetnlv placed ef l,aiin..rs and fli- r'.A the strains of
mu-ic from some of the fine-l bands in the
country, added interest ami exeiienieut to
the anticipated ceremonies of the day.
About ten o clock the nroces-ion was
a note statin? tbat she h
home to her father. I Japan and ( aliforms. ( l the ,, j.
It is proper to ad J that the Professor bad 'cember, an earthquake oeeurr. -I
ordeied an elecaul wedding supper, and con- Japan Ly which the town of Nino.) i. tl, ,
dueled himself as became a gallaut Adonis, island of Mphou was delroyed. p'roni ,
up lo die hour that was to make hiui the impeifeet accounts which have rrai.,...i ,
jli appears mat at II A. Jl on i,,t ,av ,,
lis hair, or indulge in ar.y "evere shock of an earthqunke a-f, ;
unu-ual evidences of insanity, at ihe pros- hoard the hussian frigate I'tana, tl,
pect of his blasted hopes, but gallantly ae- 1,1 'bo harbor of Simoda. Half un ,
knovledged him. elf Hold and iuvites his later tha aea came into ths bay in , ,..
friends to meet him at Schneider'a at half ' nu-n-e wave thirty feet in hei;-l,t, over h, ::
past ten to-night to congratulate him oo his ing '.e town and then receding.
including Mrs. Crawford, the wife of the late '" and ti appy Ucil very ti oin a dilemma in- ! ' " Juip an i recession oteuir.,1 f
sculptor. She and her two daughters are ! '""""' frailty a weaknes for f". '" f J" I - M all was .
the gue.ts of the State calico had well nigh involved him. Ihe d.-pth of the s-a during thse eh,,,.
The weather this morning wa by no mean J He in-..ts that be is ,s completely cured varted I from less il,, .ight tn -e ,
favorable, but tho streets were throned 01 "I"". v""llm ' rn,'u- T " Miay ,
discourse t loq ieiit D:u-ic, aud take captive j by the cilix. lis of ihi country over the grave
the seti-e ly the rawhing straius of the i ot lu-r bushatid. This e understand, was
" concord of sveet sounds." in compliance with a wish expressed by Mrs
'I he great I'hreuologi.t, Frofe""!" Fowler j Mldisou herself. Circum-tances uuavoida
of New ioik, is now lectut ii.g in this city, Lie, have heretofore delayed it. ft would
aid draw iii cruvds to hear him. He is hoaever. have been consumiiiated when the
iiiatisin would hn bv au apoiu-alion of a hot- dinary rise and fall of water w, no,. .,.
tie of his Klectric Oil Augusta Disjiutch. 1 I'eel'a Island, oue of the llmin
and the tide continu" ! lo ri-e and U) .Im
the day at interval of 1.1 iiiinutes, grj lUj
Reautv in IiisTUEsa A day or two ,euiug until etenin-.
since, aiy tho lioslon Herald, a lady who j
was passing through oue of the pleasant1
streets at the West End, was di-covcred to T"lt Kbee STATE Mrs IN Kan,,, am. i:;
We took i.o notes of Lis speech, but give certainly a very extraordinary man, and j M.adi-on monument aa errried, in Septem-
of such parts of it t.ow as we can
to be fjl.y uia.-ter of the subject on1 ter la.-t, if her relaiivee in Washington had
Vi"e ka-n frcu a private letter, rec- teed
ia this place, a fear days a.-o, that on the
night of the yj-l ult. a fire br- ke out in
Newborn which destroyed soin-? five or six
small t?r.'-tnet:t, but we are jriined tj state
thai iu or.e oi the ti.oe ii. tnts ass C0U-U!l:ed
two it.ter-.stitig iitile boys, ct.e 4 and the
ctL'.r 0 years of see, aud another younger
or,e is fo Ladly burred that Lis life is de
vhieii he proposes to enlighten the public
In his first lecture he advanced ami
he propo-ition that tali iiN, virtue-s.
eveu life itself, are powerfully tf.
tectid. alin.i-t eoi.troileil, by the physical
eo'tiilitiuti, and that go id hea'tli w i. the
gran.i t.a.-isot scholarship, rea-oiiiue-po
kuaso at the time that this was about beiii"
Sons of 'I ciiiperstice. Red Men, Llruid
Mechabiles, I oiled Brothers, and various
other societies, eititeos, straiiirer. officers of
the army and navy. Ihe whole procession
was under charge of Major (ietierai Win H
Talinlirro, a-chief inar-hsl, a-ited by lie
i'..t i.. ....!,.. i; u i......
and even moral neeilt-uce. The m il point A tjduier, v ith the hope that it "Jay Kllis, of the Vir -inia militia! '
The proc"sion moved from Taenty first
,.,r., a n, roinpo.r.. o. ...ii.ta.y. u,s- be ju uiffil,u, ,,r , ,,,ulllU(,t skirts
t..,g..,.hed guest-, ;o-ri.or.,Coi.Krr.urD,.dr d , ak ,oJ Mllirr
Judges, nu-mhers of LMl.ture. ami other , r.1l.re(J ull,v.i,n? ier efflru ( priccert,
ci. .1 office., hremen, M.-oi... Odd Feliows, ' .... lnnri ., ,n fr.
NOHTII CAUOLINA WHEAT.
We publish the following letter from the
Commissioner of I'aients to the Hon. John
MullM.INs I'llKI AHIMl ri.ll War
I'nder the above caption, " I in,
Wa.hiugton eorre-poudenl of the lii
S'iii, write from that city, on Sun.i
c -. p
by the lecturer was the t ro-
portion, ues and final de-tiiiy'
usa! organ, the conductor of sweet
or othvrm-e, and the groundwork'
ana -upi crn rs or -pectac.e-an l eye gi
He eotiten Is that slurp lio-e iiidtcatu t.'
the' eye of the person alluded to ia tbe
ComiiiUsi juer'a letter :
, U. S Patent Orrii-t. )
February I'J, l-o-..
Sia : A few months ag.i, a eentieiuati
the difficult v. the more the became entan
gled in the sntwy folds. She eelli.-d about follows ;
to five up in de-pair, when a son of the Km- 1 "Tho telegraphic inteliigei,, o (,.
erald 1-le, who had wituessed her embar- theatre of the principal nperi.,n, ,f
ra-siiieiit. in-pired with that gallantry that army that Is, Kansas and I'lah .1.,,
is natural lo his race, approached her, and encourage the belief that the I'nit.d -i
inquired :" Can I bo of any use to you, mad- troop, can be withdrawn fntii thet.ii,
aiu !" " I'erhapa you can," she thankfuby or that it will be iieeery to . I r.
md blulnngly replied ; and directing him forreinent to the latter. Iu ad. In
Liir.ti i'f. N U Kiiuuirn.
Mart ot.es amiability, prominent ones power, ' ,,f" your Mate senior left at tl.i OtBee
aiii iot..' one. Iohl' "li'-ads. i ' ample of beautiful White Wheat, said
Mr. liutchliisou ha-hi en entertaining oar 10 !,,ive t'n ,al"'n from 1 Parcel of some
pf.ple with liramarc readings, andis j tr0 l."drcd buahels, raised by him the
youii-' man of .-'ne I i-irionic fiient. At a1 P1 'on-
Thi- c nanv raradel on Saturday last,, ilcvLU; of the I 'ui..u Li.U Il.s,rT. M.Weh) . U yon Mwwrtwiit who this person is
for the p jrpWci Target Firing. Ai they o the evening ol the a.M.at Military lla'.l, J"',"'11 oU"d J ("tiog uie with his
. . . I a- tre-eiit ano nesril nun ree.iip a iirain a. I "",w"
Yours, very respcctfu!;y.
up Main to Second, along Second to l.road, , bo(, (i.r j. w,,ifb h, dil, .lth fmn. ,; , 4 ,
down Hro.d lo I rnth .nd thence to the ,,,,, Ce ttld eir(., uu,lcrtok to re- -men who. according lo S..,i,t.,r
1 P,U;. " ,'', ' ' arrange her garmeti... Hut the atrcet, ra, report, came to the Trrrror..-. r, ,
cent di-play ; one. indeed .-Mow if ever M U0re g co(ir,.1irIlt fof lb,.,e ojet p fu of (
wi.nes-ed ,,, I ...section of the t ,on. (,ov. .to1!i ,. . .r,-he,rted. it - it . pear, that the Tpek, armv ,.' t , t
v i-c. in an e oii'.ent address welcomed the 1 . . . , . ' 1 . . 1 . -
luinti.in upon the N athen. Stt.
rair y wea- in regard to Ltab, tha I uur.l Slate
did Lt parade iu our section of the loan,
we can say doi 'ting of thi ir appearance
Fiivate I'.ofas Johnston won ti
Senator'lj'uuu r ' "' '' ,1,0,'', er tighten still entertain ihe cpinign that the M
L ok 1 "t" d "'"' ,nJ rvlorr the garmenU to their will re-i-t the I nited St ilea author
j "' ; wonted plaee, she a-kd him if he had a I'nder lh eireumstanee the adm
LV.f runiJi N
team'. r America ar
on the -Tib ult, Iriii'.inj ad
Liicrpod tj the l'.'th ut.
The sal.-- of cotter, for the WiC'i
to T.C0i talis, of whieh .-pecu
I 0,.".jO and ezpoitcrs ' ,'AiO bal
have aivancel one farthing,
ib!-taLCe4 rather tiuro. ?ai'
M.tii. (j bale", of whh.L sp
ed at Halifax
a i ices from
ud in some
tised -f. ne drawn from the reiiet of Lucknow,
( ahid " Je;.:-le Frown,' ait. r the heroine of
the stcry, and he ga.e it a most thriilu.jj
and iif; -iiku r pr.-tiitation. You may per
baps hi-.i s..e.i the incident a Licit h been
r-inj the rcu.,.1-. of the iicw-paper, ahout
thi- la-iy, the ife of a Scotch Corporal who
'1 the Ill-Maud
r.u,'h tl.e cat.i; i
. at hand, and the
EftV I'AriftT 15AII.ROAD Tl
NsaOrlsaa. Pieav une state- that th first artillery, a
, twrtly five o.ilcs section of the Southern cheering of ihe itnnici:-" multitude of pec
' . . ' . I may be eiiilive Irishman, is a hand v dre.s- reinforced in een-.ii, o.tm;,,
" . ' - i l i l ii ti inn niaid, and she found much moro acr.ous
-' ,, , ' ' .difficulties than she expected
prs-pared lor ill OeenMOO
the orator of the day, then
and uchvertd an oration that was listem
to with profound attention throughout by
all that could get within bearing distance.
Tbe exercises c'o-cd by J Ilirron llpe,
K-q , delivered an ode and llobert i. Seott,
K-q . as enthu-ia-tic speech.
Ihe statu'! was saluted by a .Istharij" of
the load and prolonged
i-g.ii, anu ran Hiy paeJe Uailroad has been completed in lull t'or. Eierythiiii p.-ed off Land-nm.-ly
iii.oaricin that relict nl, ,q comply with the condiiion of the "ithout any serious accident. The Slate
.. i lei proved that her V..i .I,.,..., 'I t, i;. dinner a. a sui.ir.inn.is . fiir
too coitit.M ear Lad not u, ceived her ; 10th Instant. The car. are miming over! I'uring the afternoou 1 1,
.vinoiii; i.ie recent arrtva.- at tli" i narie
tou Hotel I netice the lisnie of J. L M
cut. To niht
7,i1i''i. The. u.arket c
. J l.i-i : ant with au
far" A Icc-imotiye boiler bursted at Halt
X r. U the 2 ith ult., ki.iing a black boy who
time expired on the
the ike. and officisl intelligence had ben reviewed by Lieut lien
' , receiid to that i If. et by the officers of the tl.
ropnetnr ot , Coiriiy in New Orleaus. Th- completion porion of the cny
of th, twenty fire mile of the road entitles Ihe ba'l of ihe yiunz li.nrd is n
in oi.r can.panv to sixteen aectiou- of the Per progre. The i iltimore City (j.iard
leaitn aiu siints -i ... . .. L . .;r I .,,,., ft. ;u ;.. f.i
trig fraternity in ; Ulr, iuj ,0 . 0,n l '(.0011 a mile out of is a scene of e. iieral fe-tivity and niiiym- tit.
tbe 4iool money of the State of Texas. 1 lie-idea the lialtituore City 'juaid-. Cap-
! tain v arner, there were present Irom vv a-1
r,-q , senior eoitor and f
i o.iinile Enquirer, who, with hi-c tunabi
ia ly. has been spend. ng a few day
city, lie appears in fine 1.
for or? of th
tl.e-e ti nei ol ii.3ucj panics aud Uiiik ius
Mr . .j. Duffic, of Ncwbsrry
for eou.e time has had before t
tro-tectiis fir l!.
ha; penea logo upon the engine to put away l:auj,,y-, hiMorT of s0,..h t'arolica. has Pa . list week, the Kev. Mr. W
now ju-t computed the arrangement for 'or, ptreniptorily otii"ted ttio-e pi-r-on
running r,fT the fir-t edition, with Me-.-ra ' hodd notai-h lo comply with his req iesl
Walker, Evai.a i Co , No -'I, liroad street, ,, kel durilr.' prayer) to leave." Mr
wl.i :il imnii-.diatcly p' i ;e tl.'i n. !U-r io Hnry, Milb-r, of that ciiy. ref-i-ed to do ei-
the hand of the printers. TLi- active and ther, thereupon Mr Walter iu-tltuted a
enteri -ri-ing firm Las t imed out se veral iut Mr. Miller, before a magistrate,
book. lat. iv Livb, for typographical U'-at- A elerrwuau "f the bame church appeared
ticss and n.h.tantis! finish, ai.l compare wltnes, testifying that it m not coin-
favor ihiy with any thin- from the l.c-t pul-orj w ith every oue to kneel, but simply
Lo.j-.s at the North. 'IK- public may re-t cu-ton,ary, whn judguieut was given in fa-
a-sured that they will txecute the work in vor of defe hd mt.
Unite LufKily he was in po-se-iou of a lion will rrtin!y per-i-l in l,,ir r c
jack knife, stout, but keen of ede, and fob mendation for au iiirree of the am y
lowin; her direction, he cut and sla-b-d a- the addition of four oi live regim-n't
way among the ftenig, till finaily the "The Senile are slow to ciue t
-.irtsesme down with a run to th ground. ' ci-ion on the subieet They n i, i ,
liist sue slef.pe, out of lhm very hastily taken the qucsti m a fortnight ago. at -. .
may be safely a.-une I, and rolling theiu now as far Itom it, apparnulv, a. ever
into a bundle, p.ed then, to her assistant, 'i he proposition which seem., it pes.,-.,!
with direct. ons lo take them to a Lou- in be tu it iikc.'y t.. -ueesed, i. thai of Mr II,
one of the principal streets of the city, and ter, to add thiee regiments or a riu nl . r
wt nt on ber way with g'eatly redjeed sail, troops, eq ial to about tw.-ntt u hut !.
At the hour at pointed the man went to the
hou-e, and ringing the front door bell as di
rected, the joung lady cam to the door
and receiving the Kmients, p-it :nto his hand
. i a s mi of money ths' si i-ted her gratitude
j for the timely
I . . ;.. A.
io ne raiseit m . same n.ai
tell re -Hlielits, whirl. Were r
Mexican war and officered In t
tier, and to l.r di-htid.-. a- li.ry
the end of tl.e hunted time. 'I l.i.
rrniee he Lad tendered lo thought by soni", will be tha most tr..
'tr. sa. cal. and not the k-a.t ifiieirM ,nd- .
erea-iiig the army. Ther- are now her.
great number of disting ii-hed milit.ry
lieers who have been consulted on the .
ji-cl of the r.eecitic of the service, in i
a French No reason can be as.-igtitd for
itwr' Since our ia-t p.iper ve haie Lad
two light fail of snow, and la-t night their
' a hard frtcz.- the thcrn.on.' t- r standing
thi- morning at 1.1 decrees Ltiow the frei-x-Ing
Tii lt line or M' RAt.iTv is Ci n.s.
One of the main eau-es of the ihrlins r.f
v.,wno, I i iin-'on l.itv the Lieht Infitiirv commanded morality is re ilrr.uu nt va, ritl.il ,unn.
tuiiiic a I1'J(. Lawsuit. During a revival io i , o.., I.,,;.. ..hi ii,- v. . , ... t.i.,i l,,.r n.f. i'i.;,.i. .1... .i.. i. ... tious qiarter.
reprint of Dr. David the Sioud Methodist Chureb of Lancaster, Scl,.,rIllJ,0 Alexandria ... represented ' i the pure fountain df purity or eofruo-'l
anets, p,J- hy two yolunteer eompaiiies, coinniatided by ! tion to public moral. Most people he.! Til Wat to CtRK A Pkim E-s i
t.aptan.s Uevaii.-hu and Herbert. Norfolk come what they are made at home. They pgsisnsrus Everything to be k
and Port-m uth sent a whole regiment. 1 go forth into the world to act out the char- ' ,.
Atone oelock tomorrow Mr Kvereif. ' in, r the, have formed it. the fir-t fourteen ' oul ,,,e 1 r,nc'' " ' ' of
great " W ashuigtoii oration" will Le dt years of tin ir line. It is alleged in ei
lirered at the theatre, with a presentation . e i-e that children have become more un
of Col. (J. M Mil ii ford of the eane and -py- t manngeahle than they u-ed to be ! We re-
ifla-s of Washington, to Mr. Everett and Mr
ply that human nature
IT-?- Lieut (ier,
public'y received i
la-t by both Hou-iature.
rsl Wit. fold Scott w:
i P.'chuior.d on Satui d
s of liie 'irgii.ia L.
oitL Carolina IJ.
Lolji, Krk 21.
Late irom Salt Lakk 'Ihe Indepen
dence r. t'e-j ond-nt of the !' puloican. un
der 'late .f tl.e l'ith iii-lmif, -ay that the
mail fioin Salt Lake arrived tt.e f r viou
i.ij.l,t t'ondoc'or i. 'i. r npoits ihe -now
iron, one to six feet deep i,i, tl..- Ii.ooUaiii,
and the wenth.r inlen-i-lj toli. lie b ft
Camp Se.tt, January 1st. when the tro.p
were m g lod spirit", eari.e.-ily vi-hlng lor
good vteain. r and r. iniore. mi ni- l . una- a
de-cu t on -j,t Lake t ity I rom Mormon
J ,hn-ion i- w..!l a l-i-e j of ti,..- tuoo-im-.it-of
the ."aints, wiio sre making active pre
fittf.jUt for lesisiing the troops 11, the
ptil.g j'l t.eir ibuiiieipai regiistion- are
ey siringi'i.t, and j - p 1 1-1 -, u f.-tens u on
mij bo. ?) in the li-s-i n.e,.,,,,! tofjvoi Ihe
action of me I. nit. d St. tea ljoo.rLU.ent
rthy of the text, and e-tabliaucd
r. pitstioii of their itnpiiut ltuu-ay .
oin; of the rariie-t hi-ioriati of .-' juth Caro
lina, and hi- ixceiieiit work h i- long since
been out of piint I he public wiil hail wilh
many expi,..,i-,t,s of ,aiis!'aClioti the ap pear- ;
a nee cf a ne edition.
Li vrj liirovD ha Im (..me Our Gov-
eriiliient has falleu into the cla- of sp. nd
thritta and is living far beyond its income.
It appear by the report of tho l!egi-ter of
the lreaeury, made February that the
entire receipts of the L nited Slate for
I buuiau rela
tions are un -hanged. Children are ju-t
. ' an.etiahle lo authority a they ever were.
1 'I hi-i tbe main purpose for which Provi
The Woau sei.aii The transistor of .i...,,, v... n,.,i. ,i i.i, .. ..i ,!,..,,
rd .elah, . Ui-nt, that tiiy may be trained to ol.edi-
wlrJ ence. to order, to indu-try. to virluo. It is
not true that parents have not a absolute
control over their children a they ever
had. When there is dependence obedience
may be enforced. The real fact is that pa-
rents are too indolent, log negligent, too
the Bible have left the llehre
which occur so olteu iu the Psalm,
found it, and of course the Eugli-h reader
otten ak his liiiin-t. r, or learned friend,
what it means. A lid the minister or learned
friend has mo-t often been obliged to con.
fess ignorance, beeaue it is a mailer iu re-
ly married to the Pnnec of I'r.i-.a.
now of interest. The following anee
authentic, though never before it. pt
A few years ago a prtilleti. an
Prown had oces-iou to be at in l or
lime, aud the Pfinces was aecu-t.'i
greet 1. 1 in with ' How do j ou .1 II
Her mother rebuked her for the f-.nn
and finally said, " If ever I h' ar i
dress that gentleman so ili-re-pecti.
gain, I shall iii-tanily order jo. to '
The next lime he n pi ari d, th'' Pi
said, ' Ah, how do you do, P.i -.
morning, Jlrown, and good night to
A vkii.i. ran, storm commenced here ,.((; ,lttte,nil- JUt lre,.wh , ' gard low hich the most le..r...d hare by no ; ill(llBtirent ttk, lU p,in, t tr.lu u : am going lo bed, and to bed sl .-..,,
,t,o,it h oclocii on Monday a,te,noo and .r JiJJiir, M!i .tj ,be , ,p.w4v,re. 1 T 1 mM?M t" ' J" "" The '"el""., ; ,jr thildrii iu ihe w.ythey should go ! l-r or two her kuid l.eait.d n.
.o..,i,.u.,t. b.u l,-e ,-.iermi.,ioii, until ; m:, lft w- . 0, uditnM fjr '" f ' J comment.-or. (iv. U u.,tirtt perpetual vigilance, and they I denied, went lo htl and by a Itttle " :
Wedt.e.clay night. An i......e.,-e 'P'-t' ,bree M00fh, ,e wtlU.mt ,lu!,aft The ' '"e "?'d th "X" '"muhj Jorrver. t ft , rvJ rrJir If control t exer. ! tiition afTeclionately ad niiiiiter. d, en .1 I..
ot r:,;i, I,,- fa.Ki. and evrry thii.g probability i. thai the receipt, of the (iov- IULl" h"uc'1 regard It as a sign loelev.le ; cua , pr0prr authority over other. K,.f. ! mora . fb etually than by bedding her
c, y is floofe . If the r..,.. ho. been a-,,.,,,,,,,,,, duri,1Jf current year . ill fall',b ro,ce- lbe ' -duag,.,t ! j, ,h, pret iet0 of .
l.eavj tnroughoit the .,dd,B and upper -f 1 tr.n-l.tion appear, to have regarded it as I j trfK c. be no just parental di-cipline i , ,,luirV ,
country, .ha, I expect to hear of a gnat ( . . indicting a change of Hole ; Malhesou as a : ,va lht.rc U ,,0 character to back t- ! "INTEHfEIT ON THE I.ANK l.r NtT
d. trililloli 'f iroL. Itv III I he OS a'ids and ' ' i.,....r.l ..at in... s li,t r,..rh.r, in lh.lt, .. V- I...- . fair ! -n. I
II cieaied U i word rriirnl. Aecoiding to 1, ill her and
other, il mean ulrnie ! (ie-enu- explains
0. l.i 01 I ll" .V , "1 ... - ' "3
.ie ( r the lo
lu hear oo,
..111 , Il
er -aw o m oeh sp -nt
face of the n ,le of
i.t -ed in any ha.f L
New th leans, among
ioa iiog and utiloa?Jin
r: l ot
ay he i
. nnd i
1 he the
and coji and on-icont- are g .ii
'J h. r- has been some liule
among bu-.ne-s circle- in th'-cau-.d
l.i the iniroduciio.. of
a-ioi,i.ini,g article of je isl powder wbict. i
-o active ai d powerful that it will make: an)
thing n.-e lint it i- a pl ed lo. It i- maim
(.Muted by a coupie cf our prominent and
ei,teii,ti-.ng young dr iggi-t-. Mes-rs Van
-thick V i ri.v-on, 2 1 1 King stieer. I;
na- a.ii.o-i wrought miracle-, and ev. ry bod)
i- running after it Its compound is s
-ecrel Hlieh the uiaiiif..cturers will not
di.uige.oi I would i:nd )ou tin- receipt for
unking it It i- mii. I they have been off- r.-d
an iinMei- sum for tl e light to s,-,i it, hut
they have icfi.-e.i ail proposal
Cks-hon or West Fi.hiha to Alabama
dosu, ; The (J jincy ( Kla ) K. puhiican says that
' the pet.pli; of the West are nearly united iu ihe singers
.going to Alabama, and all that is necessary i equivalent tJ lurtuni
(or he eoii-umiiiatioii they d. .ire, is to get ooiiimor, alter eiamiiiiug all the seventy
a till through the Honda Lgi-laiure alio, four paages in which the word occurs, ro
ing theiu lo decide the matter by their suf cognizes iu every ca-e " an actual appeal or
'rag-. Can this be done T It ha been done 1 summons to Jeho. ah " They are calls for
l elore, ainl coiisequeiiily it I- not siitmi-iiig aid and prayers to be heard, expres-ed
eh to !u Ier that a second can be put either w ith entire directne-s, or .( uot in the
ny warn Lis sou
aiain-t hd coiimaiiv who si.emU hi. i. of a bo. mis note un the Merchants
' 1 t ; and his money in the sinks of luViiinrr. V..l,.. v It,
'" K"'"" fureu in trecei.t when the exaiiit! e l bad ! i i I I.. W W I'lark. !."
...7 -"; cmciiit Itttirt. : which is ffood eoiiiilerfi ill and 1
I President, (douhl fully executed ) Tl e im
I',,.:!.. M.u I i. f l.n i. salU l.i, hot i. i,f such au t-niir.
A N li.M Ilcn AltD --On K iday after-
! imperative, " Hear, Jehovah I or Awake I
Jehovah 1" and the lil.e still earnio t addrcy
to tjod that he would remember and hear
etc. I he worl itself re regard a indica
eorners is, resin
lin and of H ashiiiL'ton Look oul f-r I"
noon th; cleik of a banking linn m Wall . ., , , , . . . I (i
, , , - , , , ting a bla-t of Ihe trumpets by tli priest. I
-tree! Io.t a package or inon. y and cn.-cka v i i .r i .i l i i i In
. . p .. ' i helah, use, f, he lliu.ks an abridged expres. 1 "
aiiioiiiitta,f to Ihltl. , . ,, o i i ii I I
,. ... i . i. in, u-ed fur lliggainu Si-1 ah lliggaion!
it sii p ca.-.l up ny au app e woman, at - i . .i . , .i . i
, r V I , ' indiciiling the sound ol tho stringed n.-tru-
Pl. R-.H To DfcATII -
'.. Hf:v,iTA'ifc A hill ha. pa 1
lb..-- -t in. T. II lie. -ee l.-,.-'r ..- al
ngl.r.h.r lime of t.. )-.-- for !
-.I'. g'.v..n.tut r a e. ptal.e : f th': He
U . i l .- J A 1....--' ' s.t..t
in i- lioui I'lit-'oorou'i, on the
d, i- c .u-iiu, i;. I by (jr.. on tin
louro'fi e leg ro el il I ren wt re
at 1 1, e tin.-, lis j of a hoill mi
. i. i.. . 1 n fire is -o.fo-r.i to
I of fir eain-.n aud accidetit
restored Ly her to th. owner-, who
niinoo-ly rewarded h'-r with a pr.-i
current funds of two hundred cents.
Hunts, and St-lah a vigorous bla.-t of trum
pets Jii'iiothri-'l Surra
The CrriAv MEit-t.Mir.it fieneral Con-
ha ha- granted permi--ion for the pubiiua
lionof a UuW'pap.-r in the Engli h language
io Havana II willbeslyhd "ihel'ut.an
M h i.ger. ' This is the hrst liuii; uch per
riiis.K.u ua been granted, tLouh rrp-euled-ij
IIeav v Dam ao eh oa fliii:Ei,TitEATMET i
i A '-KAMA'. Ii. the Superior Court at,
i-tou, on Monday, in an arti.ni of Charles'
save now is worth as much as five will be a genuine pearanee, that I'.aiiy v. .a
tew years hence. Repeal this sentence o I ecive it without scrutiny. I'"'
ver till you fix i in your memory, and be- j present a sailor sitting on a bale "f i
e would not C Hill. i I "ea in the instance, on taen oi
II. :.l. . r r. : r... I ... e ikene-s.li I
iii.-ans or earnings; ut judicious economy
i a virtue. Ilrurr the scorn of fools in their
hue toggery for a few year only, iu plain
ppsrel, and the laugh will be changed
ou are not a-bamed when a dog harks at
you ; why should you be when a fool laugh '.
Eeoiioiiiite now that you may be useful and
happy, by and by. Tho young lady who
scorn you on account of your plain cost
would not inske a wic man happy a his
wife. Mark our word, and be wi-e !
CATr.riltfM Pe.la ft..iie Wh t
! Hoy : The inncUc giant w bom
! with a sling and slone. p, .-
gogue : Wha was David ! I! ly : The son
f Ji ssi. P.;. big.. rue ; Wha was Jesse.
Urn JWJ ruwd fiiasliltif &1,)VJ viitticc. ' liy . TLu Sa.r Ci' L'uuLUuc.
Ellingha" again- t Frederick lunbar, mas- : ''''.lal
..... . ,. . . - Daii I sic
h i hi snip i. .i.iic. ion, inr a-sauii ami nai
t ry, on a voyage front Marseilin to liu-lon
A WVhkimi f,Knisi,ATt'iir. Th
lature of Texas ia a remiii ibl- !
its labors wit hnut a parnl'i I 'I h-V ! '
largo amount of bit-liics on haul.
some tiiiin have I u engaged In. I'll' - '
se-s.iiis aHay torenoon, an. .' -,
night. To these tl., y l,,ll(i t.v. it v a
; a fourth Stfs.iou in I vie !; ail
till t;i. li.. say- the l iue now ll.e't
o'clock, t. and goes wotl:.
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