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THO HAS J . HOLTON,
Editoh & Proprietor.
T'i8 '-.rth.Carolina Whig- w ill be afforded tnnub
lt',.iw .1 TWO DOLLARS in advance; TWO
p, I.I.A!!S AND FIFTY CENTS if payment be
,e,,ve.i mr mree monlhajano THKEE DOLLARS
,t t'i'' end nf the rear. Nupaper will be discon.
v:- 'I until all irrea rages arc paid , except at the
-1 1 n it the Editor.
Anvcrtiscnirnta inserted al One Dollar per square
iii lines ur less, tliia ailed type) for the first inaer. j
i, p.. .1.1(1 25 cent for each cnntuiuance. Court mi.
nrtiaeiiienta and Sheriff's Sulci, charged 26 per I
higher; nu rieduciinn nl JJJ per cent, will I
. in i He from the regular pricra, lor advcrtieer By ,
ne yeir. A dvertiarincnt married monthly nr
o.rtirlv, at $1 per square lor each time. Semi.
. ,-thly i cents per aquare foreach time.
l'i r...ns when sending in their advertisements'
mirk the number of insertions desired or
i, v alll t10 inseneo umii lorwioauu cnriu uw. .
LfPntmnsters are autlioriard to art aa agent
T. II. BR EM & CO.,
t' 1HH.ES ALE A RETAIL W.A l.l.R
BRITISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN
1)1! Y GOODS,
r.!M:i ii mioi,
II A Kim n v..
T H ii..bi,oiii:,s.c.
1 L.MVsrTK Aimaxura.
!l ) r r o .aT II I . r i: It
HAVE on hind and fi-r aale. Picklr.. Trr.
rrra. Jama, Je'Jiea. Syrupa. Ac, low fur
' iS'l I Door E ial of the .urt Hnoe.
HOUSTON & HUNTKR.
di'.onr. Oct. 26. I oio, 3.1tl
n klts ! iiklts:: in:iis:
!'i in III.' I1oIiii lirll ( nnipiiii),
At Manuaclurnt' Piirtt:
l.MI TRlt :
S men I 1 la. per fo"t.
15 " M
3 , n
; .. 3ri "
) .. 72
.. -4 ply 02 "
I ..': MF. ESS BELTS manufeturrd toord.
'O.VAC TiyO IIOSKnf all aiira, for water
.nt ,n vaurr, vrdfitd uireet Jinn tt .VaM
Pl !ili -if all -IrKl
J. K. F.
1 2 1 1
tj Hcniov.il .
rfUl". .Xh.cnher informa hie friend and the
A u! ic g) nrrally, Hint he h -t remould hi
i o I., il t old tnd ol M-re 4. Byefly, under
I . V:,un:' Store, en Trade aim t. where he
.f. I'll in altmd In all order" in In line. II"
i fi arliete on hand e'j h a
Goidpn Cook. Golden Star.Plantei'i and
in.! Tne'y of . . -
A ,o. jir.ri aaaortnirn of
Tim ami llolliwarr, Ac.
A .f n rh I w ill ..II rheup fur CASH or ( oun
1 i.y Note .
my friene'a who are indebted to me
r Account, will please obarrve thai
Ir Ihe. Drue Hu-iii-a., it llna
n'diute KUltmtntt is ahtilultlyrl
I. of Mr. J. P. mil
during my abaenc
'I'llE -jnHi r.igned haying cnlerrd into Cop. rt
I n ahip for the purpnae of rarrying on the
r.. j ,,o to call the attention "f the cilina of
..I.. . .od surrounding country to loeir Nrw
1. I riiie Sirert, betw.-en Urem'a and Frank.
.. ,t Sprat A D.n'el' old Stand, here
1 be pkaaed to .ee all their trieiid sou
MOODY & NISRET.
i 3, h:s.
:.., .o, wlio.e Notes and Acrounia are
-, 'unrig lo the unilrrignrd irui-,
-l.y n ( at . led lo call anil ai ttle, aa it la
I l i t u.e true f'Hiil be mar.halled at a
v .. pwaaibU. Itcineiiibir, indulgence ,
W. U. MYERS,
Tru.tee ol La;ruy Springs. I
;'i I till" j
History of North-r'arolina,;
i.f the Proprietary Uov
yo. v.lilin rf 53 I pigea
. lit I
I. le.a, aay tW
. t in Library .I.e. p. ami 1 1 H5 in
w ii i. ar aoi.u oai.v roa I aan.
oirli. ulty of (ecuemg Agents in
I ih- St.iir, it w.i; b rward it by
n-- fire of jmthige, on rrrrtpt of the
..Lame. .,r tl clolh.lt iU aheep,
!a o ,gen!s,or othera,
J. IIALK A. SON. !
HONS fur tLe S. Court for sale.
LJSfcv;v '.lis ji;i3T'Sit
Tiano and Music Store.
ryjaJIK Suh.eriber kreos continually, on hand
M. Pwnr a made by Strtnw ay A t ., f nnn'e Av
( l.rk and other iiisaera. ( Ni w Vork. Which he
will aril at the lowest ratra fur ( ASH, or p. mil p i.
per. Also, ihe luteal ftl u.ie nn hand, at Nn. 11.(1
Alain atreet hrtarrn the r.irliange Hank and the
American iloiii, f ..Innihia. S. C.
Jlfiy lOlA IFS8. If
- - -
Zi L. KERRISOtf, HERMAN I,. I tlDI.NO.
kiikimon i.t mix;,
Forfign fii.d rr meMic Dry Gncds,
WLOI.FSAI.K AND RETAIL,
Haari. aTHTT, okk noi a fbom ia,
4 II tKI I VKiY, . l',
April 2!, P59. 7-1 r
j 4 li.'iii.illo llnliial I in- I ii itr
aiMT ( iiiitp:. ny.
ruir In take
l (lure, a C. it uamil r-itra.
I 11 tttt'ice at the Drnp t'tore nl E. Nye lltitilu.
i aim A- Co.
I A. C. STFKI.K. rrendrvt.
I C. OVKKMAN. Vl't I rrsi.kt.t.
J K. NYK HU'lUIlIsioN, ecy. j Trtair.
j DIKE" TI'RS.
I A.C. STKKLK, J. L. UROWN.
I M. 1J. TAYLOR, S. T. WKISIO,
I C. OVERMAN, V. SCAKR,
John L Rkow.n, F. trARR ami S. T.
Whihton. Kurtutivt Committee.
I Apitl 36, IH:,'J. 7tf
$300,000 io. I Fruit Trees"
j WESTBBOCKS & HENDEN A LL,
Ymprtetort of the V etl Crrrn XurtrrirM'
aid Citrtrntltifar Creetis!infrl .TV. C, j
' Ol I.D trry rrie liully rail the attrntion j
j II of li.e. ciliin. ol Hie Soutlirrn Slalra i; ,
i tl.nr rrv laipc .fork nf i..iliw ai.n arriinn.ttd (
1 Fruit Tr-'. a, lor the Fall and Winh-r Tra.ie.
'Jhia larr and handaonie a.aorlirrtit baa hern I
pr.ipi(alrd from thrilty healing Inti. and work-!
. ed upon (he hc.t aeedlii.g .turke, whirh . a aiirr
iiiraiilre of Iru.lluliii . and loi'jrUy. 5 pnnn.
rent eharai irriattre in orrli:iri1iop wiili a h r. a I d
not be oTerlouked by ueraon wiattmg lirplant or. .
eharila either lor marketing or lnmy u.e. T l.r
alora ronai.ie ol U.e loliowinr ircta : i
l.,n.000 App trn a ; 1 00,000 t'r.rh trrra j 1(1,. !
: Pfil prar Irrr. ; 1 1 , n Apiin.l. ; t ".0 u I ... 1 1; ;
13.(!(i Plum ; Jiii'll Nirtanoe; I' "il Almond ;
I OII0 (Jumer ; 4'1MJ I. rape Yiura.
I Rr.iiira a fry ne a.oilmrnl of fnrr.nl.
' St raw hart i , Ka.hr, nr., (li.o.rorrrii .,rle., allof,
I whirh will be a. Id on airy naeonablr Irrin. lor
e.ah r ai pr.ieeo p-i;-r.
All parkegre put up in auperior a'jlr, and a
enninlilr iiiirart aint Inr.ih palnn, and mil.
rantnl ill.-1 the ilitoirr will l.r Ho rrt'i't. r of llir
orchard allrr Ire Irri a are tn.n.plnld. if tl.rji
are Iran. planted aa e: eh one appeara on the liat
Mr. T. J. Hoiton w ill art ae, nl fo..Sw-fil.
ni.l.llif of Ihe people ol M e.hS ill iiri; and l.rijh.
erinf cotnl-ra wi'h ti e ih.ni FrillI 'I reea ana
I will lake p'raaure 111 forw.r.iir; nrr-i ra lor the
Orl. 36 IrV.fl.
Dr. II. M. Fritolianl
IF.LDI.N'i; fnll.e .nliriinlirnofn!.
ny frirn.i., rr.preitully ann.ii.r
hia drlt rniinalion lo reaiime Ihe
lie 10-y be eonanlnnai hi. - fl.' .
IT The wvor prr-rril.ed for w.ilu.ul rl. tree.
Actl3, lf."iH. S..H
Tin: Mt i.n
l S V I I) 11 A T 0 1! !
l-UVfAHKP 1 1'K .ti. HO.
( omioHiidt'd rntircly from (.I MS
4 IHK Till' Pl-T l-IH'HTI . oil 1.1, VR K
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m it. what la
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i sa. OroM-, ar ...i-ir- is
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I T.-pr- "a"'-
, y ... -Hi . k, IMIll, U It.
ulvl.t llirlr uiiaiilniani
lie nioitfti . Ilh Ihr loa-t
, In. If. lourtlier.
A II who li.r
e. II. ...,.. I.. I
Br Mil Wat.
THE LIVEft 1NVIOORATOR
, .. . ... I ..I I I..
, "lil.raa.il l l. I
SA.NKI.KI A i
II II II'.
V. SCARR A CfV,
( liiirlmte. A'. C.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
'id door rot T. II. Drrm Jj- Co.'t Store.
UAVK opened an entire New Stuck rtf Fancy
Dry Goods and Millinery
In which Ihey invite the attention uf the citizens
of Una placa and the suirnunding country.
Our Si'"- consists of ivtry vanity and of the
tiicr. em n I'reaa Silka,
Moiled BIS Silk
ill'k and c.il'u Drrrr,
Fr.nrli JdConrla anil Orynndira,
.1 .e'l ami Oig'c Kobt and double Jupea,
Pnnla of aariou aiylta and all qu-ililua.
It. ,t quality ol kid (,l..yra,
I'lca.niek Mill, rol . blk Cotton t Si!k Gloeca
Hosiery, ol all kin,
Ilnum ta, M a C l ii.'n Fl.ta a Jockiea
I.arr I'ouile and ,M..ntlll .a.
Linen and Pique Du.'i r.
T..b!e D k A Lmllia;
D .inn.k Nxpkin.and Dr., In
Ponip.a.dour anil Pteelomini Collira Srlta,
Sw.aa and Cambric 1 ollara,
Mahe.e ami V.lrneie Sleevea,
.MiialmA Lre Sir. vi e. nr w dt aigny.
F.rr.h'd P.K-kel lldkl.,
Il. in Slirhrdand llor'd Ilk I'.,
dn.k'c and fni l:. rini. and Ira, rlmna,
Camb'c uno Ditii.ty H-mdaanil Finunrinea.
I.iale anil F,-rurh 'I hl Eliding. L Inirtii'.,
Bl'k L-.eo Eogmga,
lil'H I.-ce Veil,,
Drraa Tr.rtiin.nge. Frmgra,
llrain, Uultona, Ate.
Il-r.,. Skirl, ol .11 km,
l'i. id an Stripid Itolneaptina,
Itrown Sliirnnpa, and Sin .-linpa,
illra'il Lone 1 loth Shcelinga,
( niton O.iiahurf ,
M.r.. ill. a Qmlia, and
A'ao, a preat yarirty ol fanry artir're.
S c . tier our Slork at remaraabiy low price,
and in iniill i ..r ASH.
In aildition lo our ..rf;e .lock of Dry Good, w
h .ar on hand the beat .l. rk of Suprro.r
timely .limit 1 1.1, 1 IJ.I
araftl I.Otlls, MIOr, II A IS,
1 f mikti. f aline $ f at-pil Ha
nn a Urpr attnrlmcnl of
'. I.lll ij 1 V li O t I. It 1 1, s,
ail.il.r .iii.i ll.-irilMHrr,
at low prira.
f-l i;H cr c ill. p r fmtttim.
nn nt iii.it C"i t m .4if ,rttti fi. risiilj
prptirblt lo muy Si f r Poflf!.
Tlr cnuiiiy raiinot n-pun.. 1.
1 tirr bear tTfn per r-i I trt rri pylIr rmi
annuiiiy. wiHi loupoii. .? (he -ui r.
They re nl li.c el. r.'iMiiwlM.h o $100, hirl
will m-ke lhrm mrrr currrnl nd uaclul for do
Tht coupon wi I pfo a carrv-" ul mctiium
for paying rounijr Uiri,-
'1 hr cttiirtie il lh: count y hni,t(l prir Ihfni,
ml dry ar- n-w nfl-fo l.i thrm. I'rps.iil IrO
t ifhrr ftnk in hnr'fllr or a I f 1 rij.l-.in J--i.i.
WaiifAt-r rn'fivf prnii.pt tteution.
II. W. OL D N.
rr. W. C. A fV. K. H. C.
Ir.'. U'J if
(O-M MISSION WAIIF.IIOI SK.
For tbe sale of
yhli'liKI PrilliinU I)lV1,MH!
JJIiilliy, J..f.n,tJ, II.CKJJC,
I liLUilhl' rArhi, IAK1),
rillM'IM; !I ATI'.IIIA I.S
Or ALL KINDS.
L JOHNSON tt CO., Tyre Founders,
R. HOE cV CO.,
And other Printing Pre makers.
rKIVriM. I'llaS.t.f Ural tllllil,
.-1 .iliiiiiil.i. tin ti runs.
The Sub.-cribcr beg. lo call attention lo his
l.lltl.l) SUM K til'
Vriting& Wrapping Paper
of all kinds, which le will sell very Low
rott tasii, or short credit on large iun,,
liiFPI( U'M KI-'f!
1'JO Mnllitg It., Lk.Artlun. S. ('.
Pet. 51. I Kiel. 4111
ME firm i.f II KMiEli.-o.N A Allf!ENl
olred "li I'.e I.I ..I J..r.il..rr, l.y In ill nil
eon. rnt. JAS P. HEN DEItsON, will here. Her
carry on ll.e husme.a on hia own are.iunt. Ail
persons innehtcd will plea.u come forward .nd
a. ttle at once, aa tha bu.inr.a mu.t he closed up
HENDERSON A A II HENS, j
IIAVINO s-ld my entire intrrrat in Ihr firm of
IIE.NDEIOO.N A. AIIKEKS to Mr. J P HEN.
DEIIXIN, I .nil npccl o riuia.n lor t lunn
yet .1 the .lore anil .hall bu happy to ait on'
my friroda and euati.mrre, particularly on tho
who would li.rk ovtr the lilllrchai.gr. due ma ,
and tlie concern.
F. W. AH HENS.
January I8.'9. 41 If
, T'KH.NEV and ( ounaelh.r al Law, ha. la
, jointly wiih i. A.
In Ihe Court lloii.e.
F. i. E-o
.tunllv priae.it lo attend lo all call.
mi profea.nin.il hij.inraa mad. (or hiiii.elf, or for
Mr. F..X, worn he la abarnl.
January 4, !.,. 4.1if
COIIDS OF TAN It AKK, for
which lh ea.h will he paid.
M. JJ. TAYLOR,
PLANK DEEDS for sale at this office.
(From the Trirperance Cruaailcr.
The MiteQ'8 Wish,
it an. . i. Tc imauK.
Oh ! mother dear, I len( to lie
On yon volupinni floud
That Till it .inti.iHi.-i. akv
S..II a the Vnled ah.a.l.l,
Ol Alpine mountaiiia h u the (low
Oi iinit linger on thnr imw.
Anil, mothrr, in lho.e eaatle. crand
II, .w .writ 'Iwuu'd lr In rr.l -
F,rt lar alaiye ll.e t'.ihn hand
And he. vine, , ilj'a rir.l
To dr.atn away ihe prareful hour
Willun thor rlrry .ni.w.iiriJI bowrra.
With no rnde note to pr.in ne there,
N'r yoirr of hun-an ,,
Bui borne upon Ihe rippling air
lu brooding awerl re,,
The lar oil miitmiia ol Ihe lioyr
Would breathe of riitkut aa and love.
ap'ry b d,
I'd Iran n. y wrary
1.1. :e uir ill.r oul ni jr mr,
rel the i.r.' a aa thry cine
r in y raptured a,.lr.t home.
BY IIRLLE FLORIN (.'K.
F.Tenbody said that Nettie Gr.v was a
suty. not one of your poli.hed city belle.
but a gay, romping, saucy piece of nature a
; lour or Dte year., oe.i, out ea, sugar, coi-
r W .mi o.e,IU. hirowara
'and ev.ry v.r.eiy of nierchaud.ee. to tbe'
snug Ilia 1 income, v. name uau aiao .m u
the widow a aou into the store, as his in-
erea.imr bua.ne.. m.de it . ecea.ary to pro-
creaing tuainer. ma j iv inr-mj . Fiu
'A:Xt -as trry r.tefu, ,o ,b
young ..ereanni. ana i m u,.r. .ft'
8 word in bie rraire wlienetcran oppor-
lunitf presented I
.!; homberlea. .e,a. of gen-'
"o.,.,'.hich Char. never tired of,
performing, made bin, th, hero o the littl.
vill.gc. and cased them lo be belov.d and
rcpected, ly both young and old, for many
mile, around. To a.y .hat Nettie Gray
wa. indifferent to bis m.ny vi-ils, or for
tbe.H.ntloTe he (n...u..,..l f.r b.meir.
,ouM b, doiM(r injn.,ICPl0,fr ..rm,.p.
preeianve oearv. nuv .ue rpu.i.
chief seemed to po her, and, , hough
she wa. uniformly kind and gentle in her
di.po.i.ion lo.ard, ber lover and would
converse frccl, and unreservclly ..th bin,
preei.ti.e be.rt. Hul the sp-nt ol m.a.
any other topic, yet. when he ap-
proached the subjerl that l.y ne.reat hi.
heart .he was off like a frii-litened bird.
v . .l L. .i..M .1 l i... iLi il,.
,Ol 10 l s wo w y ii am wi ..-
...i ... ftiLaiefnl in hr (for ber own
rare ftuit, unoccupied. It nedid only the
preaence of b
it a paraiiiee.
presence of hi. bright eyed Net,,., ,o make ,
.uzLul la 's.ti.f; tb.ir Hi ,'ft , ,!r.tvag,M
want, and why should he not marry?-
Many limes h.l he visited Nettie for lh. '
income w.s more man
t zpreas purpo-e of making known bis wi.hes
but be bad often been prevented irom say
ing wbai bo wi-hed lo .a, by the little mis
chief', rutiiiing .way at the first word ut
tered upon the subject 'Jo flunk of sup
plying tier pl.ee from the m.ny fair diu
aela in it who would gladiy have acftrpted
bi hand, was out of the q ie.tioii. It was
Nettie, be loved, and Nellie only, and lie
felt sure she returned bis a If. ctioii". but
bo. eould be ever gel married, if he
was not even permitted to propose. I mu.t
res.irt io some stratagem, he thought and
he partially formed many plans lo bring
the little beauty to terms, aud as ofun
His mind was busy with such thoughts
aa on. bright morning in September, he
walked slowly towards farmer Gray's man
sion. II. was leisurely e-eenduig the hill
at the top of which, upon a level table laud
nood ihe great old houfe, wheu ho was
startled by a female voice calling out,
" liring the ladder, Dick! I want lo pet
down." Ami looking up. be beheld Nettie
aeated in the wide spreading branches of a
large .pple tree that stood in the field near
the road while Dick, perched upon the
topmost rnund of the ladder, leaned against
the pear tree, was quietly tilling a ba.-kct
with the rich fruit. ;
" Wait a minute, sis,' replied Dick, with
out looking up, " I have got my ba-ket al
moat full. I II come in a minute."
"Come now Dick ! quick 1 quick 1" again
called ihe itrp:.iietit voice of bu ai-ter.
Dick evidently begau to thiuk there waa
TF? ata withal, and Dos-ea-ii. a debth of feel- " Mirried '. Charlie, marrii d ' , dencc It is an old one
: K.',;......l.;,k(.. U. . Without b.eHino,t,.r,r.y.rf,.lolane. tb.t ceased to thrill the American heart. li,isnoit.ii.gn.oreorie.
S f.fhom ' ... r.i.ed to hi. face, he went on. come, down to u. hallowed by a thou-ami In tbe anm.ls of our race there are no
; No, "sweet Nettie Gray. ' a. shw., " Ye, Netlie; ,y bu-inc.s ,. no. very a.-ociationa I.k. ,., n.u.ic of a noble -nu T
ea ed, had ong been beloved by one Char- properou ; I have pretty home, which song wmon n.. it v..,e,eU ... ,U ,nrl, f th
lie Or f.on-.heh.nd.onie young merchant,' need, only the additional charm of a pair to battle and nerved them in the conBict ; America. , be"rw' Bf
who kept ,h. only store lh, little vill.g. of of bri,leyea. 1 have found . .wee,, there i. .omctliin, al.o in this to kindle the U " J so .t r ndou a rc 'oT
N could bo.M. where he had for aom. penile girl, whom I love wi.b ail my heart, fire and urge on to noble d.-eds. K.gh.y- ; odds . hr-n , 'tr"
had realized ou.le a i.ttll. fortuue, psrt of, Nettie had li.tened to his speech in utler to the inhabitants of the land. IKn nrea . down to the mia'
wh,cbleiLlin-.hepurch..eof-iHo- amazement. She had long believed that illuminated ever, h.ml;t that reeved th. he R.u ' ft 1 r J10 .
Morton's be.u.iul cott.'g. and grounds, .he was the beloved of Cbsrli. Grafton's lidink.. The cannon, fired oul , we home, tres, of ho o -
which, at ,h. dea.h of her bu.b.nd, she ! .art . .nd .he me flcr .he had te.aed t- ZAZ
had teen oUH,d to diepes. 0 and look a bin, lo brr be.r.'e conirn. lo h.ten I.,, .nd . bout J .1 jo, went up H ,
cbesper pUce wlcr. she could loe leas love and become h dutiful loving wife Ihre '' P'j ,t we cple. That fir-i heard i M,cklenbrg. and
ezrfiiM.ely. which fteo Ihe surplus of tbe Rut her hope, were now suddenly dashed rhe anniversary ol tbat event we cele fc
price received for tie cottage, she realized to atoms. Il was too much. A giddy faint- brate to day. T be wise and the good who 'fL,; t tba- Kili- of II
!,M. lull, income. Charlie Lad also t.k. n nea. c.me over her, and but lor the support have been gathered to their father, left u fr. snnb lo tb. bills ot At. i...np
e.r, - a. qua. y " 'o , - . fc f Sh I porforu, tbeir mission, then e.ni.b ami are
lighted to teas, h,..,, and be. 'JJ ' v U if Nt.ttiov. the great A.nericau hi-torian, by the free- j lorgotten. Through th. long past age. tho
b.s di-comfj.ure on such oce.a.ot... M,e ' U you be my w ,f, tt.e . I. faf h,ri,tc); pUin of A-.i. have
knew beloved her with all the strengto oi - ...t : sne repu.n, n. , c.H.i.nn,- ..... ",; ltlJ a, , "con. nourished ti , ,r mi.l.onaof huraanbeing.. and
bis.oul. and she bad no fear of alien. ting ly. "Are ym, not going to be married ! .tons of the other colonic., and Lher. ,hl. reoo.d of ih.-ir history ' Ther
his .ffect,,.. fro.., her.elf-.n event which Are you not forever lo-t lo me V . " a-ice a mong .iieh . iter.,,, of c c I rhVJb.piri.ie.?
would h.ve given her th. deepe.t pain I ' ... . jou will not consent lo be mine. y .- - there jo,, and their sorrows ; the, have had
Ch.rli. had beg... to think senou.ly of ?h. reslized what ,, would be to love bun. ' ' 'ZlltTJhM chronicles are silent; their
marriage .nd wb, not! There flood the her head s.i.k ,Ton hisbo-om, and burning b ugh fu - " numnts ,r. in ruin. A cloud of dark-
cottage, embo-ered trees. , , o. -Inch ,.. -ears ... iiiurunired : , - -i - o. b ; ;! fl Jf-J MM nM upot, tbn erldl. of hu.
were bending; under their heavy load of. I es, Ch.rlie, 1 will. , , . .. ... ' I m... ,.o. I'hn sweet volea of tho sitars.
anmelhing wronp, for he tumor around nrl
Lia eye iDaiitillf euib( niirht of our hero
' coming "P ! rol. tut few 'oua from
r,. ,, ' I. . . j .i.
from Hie tree, but HiMead of crrnije the:
ladder to !it. Inn amicr to descend, he
nave a load about, threw Lift cap into the
air, cleared the wall with one touud, and
rapidly ran down the hill, about ing at the
top ol hi toice, "Oli ! Mr. (jrafton, I'tred
treed a coon! I've Ireed a eoou." Then
placing hi haudaon the ground before him
he turned noma five or ris anmitu raaulta,
uttered man; Loitlroua ehouta, and, piiking
up hia cap, ran with all hi might lo I ho
houae. 'ihe little rogue evidentl loved
nii.el.uf a wall aa dltf hi prtttj nmtrr.
j Charlie' first thought wan to goto the aa
ti'lmre of Nellie, and he leaped the wall
' and approached the tree. Taking the lad
der fiom the pi ar tree, he was ahuut pla
cing It for her to rieeceud, when a Hidden
thooght aupgeated imclf. " She cannot run
aaT from me now ;" and not stoppinp to
eon-idcr the unpallatit act, ho gra-ped a
loaer hranch, and with aome gay remark",
awung liim.clf lightly up, aud took a beat
hj her aide. j
Nettie was an amiable girl and could take
a joke aa good r.alured an hhe could give 1
oi.e, onlj laughed heartily at the trick herj
brother had played upon her; compliment-
cd Charlie upon his apility, and invited
h! in lo help inniffll io the tempting fruit j
thai hang in audi profu.ioo about tbem
Afier chatting upon a variety of theme,
he determined to approach the subject, and,
if poa.ible, gel an intelligible answer. For
aome time be aat in silence ; tbta rallying
all his courape, be said :
" Nettie, I have something to say loyou."
" Ah ! have you ! " ahe replied. "Well,
Charlie please help me down, and you can
say it as e walk to the houa..."-
Charlie saw tbe mi-rbu-f in her eye",
and re.olved to c on without heeding 'her
T'e.t, .-.t he changed aonicwh.i his mod
I i e. L . . e. i
-no w, ng ,o oeconi. my w. ..
! I bate rco veil to marry I have tried a
, long time to led you, but you would not
hear it. '
' e.,..e ne. , uu, .... ... -tT. .
or Charlie . arm, she wouiu have fallen to
the grom.d. Charlie noticed her emolion,
(. .... . '
pained her self pUes.ion, and sat upright
.. - .. w- " J I-.
"cr rye naaueo prouny, a uae repnou,
and there was a pi co of tultorncss iu ber
"May I a;k the name of her who ha,
been honored .., th- offer of the hand
d heart of m, noble friend !
"rir. let me describe her. M.e is a
be.utifu girl, and poase...-. a warm, lov.og
heart. M,e h. but on. f.ult-if fault it may
bo called. She delights lo,ca.c. Hose wholove
her be... and often ha. given me a severe
i--v , V ' - " i ' , r 3
.rveiify, and ,. sh.M be th. ol jeC. of m,
Lfe to gu.rd her fr.m h.r.-,o protect her
as far a, I am ; f '''"
breath of sorrow and I shall be abund.i.tly
i.ear. r.ug. i .ei..r, i ore net ueep.y.
re-an eu.ny ner love .et.,e. tu.ve never
offend her u.y band, though she b.aa long
posaea.rd my he.rt. I do it now, Nettie,
Ileaie.t. can ton avk ber name ?''
- - J -
N tiie cave him one 1 or. c vnomrin look
orchard - one hand filled . i.b a bug, .lice
. u.r... anu nuiier, wi.uw ... unirr
h- t d I:, :,p i.t!,,. air. ehoi'; that
be fully e.niprebended th. st.teof affair, by
shou.iiig at the t..p of bis voioe :
" ll.il. m Mr C.raftou' aiut YOU glad I
iiaiioo, , ir. iirauou . aim you giaai
the old luaii-ion of Farmer Gray
Marry. Jerc Taylor says if you are for
pleaaure, marry if you prize roy health,
marry and if money bo your object, mar-
rr A .roo.l wit la lieavi-ll Ilt-.l I'liL IO
man his angel and minister of graces in
numeral. In hi gem of many virtues his
eket of inweU her voicu his s.ei'tert inn-
sic her smiles his brightest day her ki-s'
the guardian of his innocence her arun
the pale of his safety, the balsam of his
health, the Lal-aut of Ins life her industry,
bis auiest wealth her economy, his safest
steward her lips iii faithful counselor
her bo.om, the safest pillow of his cares
snd her prayers, the ablest advocates of
heaven's blessings on his head.
A Mini; or Antimony The St. Clair..
ville (III ) Gazette says tbat a vein of anti
mony, two feet thick and almost solid, has
been discovered two miles from St. Clairs
ville. Antimony is onu of thu ingredients
of type metal worth about about forty
cents a pound and it has been suppoaed
that it .as only to bo found in Germany.
ooo n.,.l.r ll.sb oan.o l.ourii in. into thn oi iiriu, an-, in ,'e-..- - , - j
ireen urr lor you
H ull greeted t'.is sallv with a burt of d M'eieuhoru', are sc. reel, recorded Hi in, o, . . ,., movie,,..,.,.
j in gretien tis saliy wnn 10 N.ou.l Ill-tones. Yet we r-mem- ol trance, echo to tho long howl ol tbe
laughter, and soon a II three were eugag.d "r ',1"uu'' in'o" Ii,- i' ., k: m. .ll f
"... r 1 .r ii.... v., .iv t loin we He ii 1 uture hiatory may tell no atory ot
iiiiiiiiiiiiii.ii inn, mo ... ... nf Caswell Liilni 'ton A.lio theriaiuo of W ashi ngton maybe bandad
nil or jvi.x i;ath.x.
j Tbe f0iiowiflg t,e OrMion delivered in
Concord on tlio 4lli iustant, t v Win. M.
, ""l,""i I
Concord, July 4th, 1809.
Mr. William M. C'.le.man,
Dear fir: In behalf of the Committee
of Arrangementa, for the celebration here our National Adversary the old
this day. the underpinned have been ap- ) J e brave and the beantiful,
pointed to opresa to you the great pleasure : united upon tbe common platform of our
eipcriencrd by them, aa aNo by all who , country s hotior let us merge all minor
hearH it, in listening to your Addreaa on the differences, drown all political disputes in
oceasion alluded lo ; and to solicit a copy ' cue ovetflowinz emotion, the love of coon
"or publication VV ...Have that its pcruaal ! UJ- Shame upon that mao. who would
nii'lil be aorenalila to OUr feliOW-CltlZUna at
Very liearectfully, Youra, A'r.,
a a smith deal,
j. ii. hodck.ns,
J'nr lir Committee.
Concord, Jut. Y 4Tn, lc."9.
Cetill'tiirn : The Addreaa, thouph not
prepared aith Tiew lo publication, I hold
it tut duty to furni-h jou with, to di.po.e
of according to your plrnaure.
Accept my thank, for your kind wi'liea
and the manner in which thy hate been
eipresacd. Yours, Re. pectfully,
W. M. COL KM AN.
Mors. Rufu Harrinirer, A. A. Sinithdeal,
,1.1). Hodgi a, .1. L. Iundy, t.'ommitieo.
Mr. l'rtU,r,i . ... Cnurn. -j th. Malt ..
-W" ( '''" '
i I had wished that the Committee had con-
furred tli honor upon .omeone whoc more
intimate acquaintance with our civil polity
and hi. lory had better fitted him to grace
1 the occasion than njyai'lf. At their request.
however, I am here to nay ; nere, 10 review
the recollections of former times. To rc-
hcr.e .gain the story that our father, and
grandfather, have often rep, ated to us-
The American Declaration of Indrpcn-
, but has not yet
. u ...... PAr nA th kn in rtl.t In.Ji-nan
j . - " . ' fc
donee Hall announced lis oiriu ana me
peals had scarcely d.ed away ere a thous.r.d
more were ringing ir ... .. ...
. " r. ... , .
ineir uP.r..g u.. o,,,, .......... -
we reverence ibis d.y. 1 hey did so, and
. ,l , ono,i rnt u, t k. h.r,
.f . .... ry and , offe r th, same i,
T;".V ,, ; ..
.., - -
It is good lo live again in me P"' " rB
! nel -U scene, iu our ima.iiiat.on. w hen ,t
s.iuiu V.X:;:;!"' ;
- f Vn,S wil to "e7be her
, Fourth nf J !, 1 . H. wUr o o r be I,
"l J V Tb"S
n I .me . th re u , plac r 1 be Chris
be.rt glow, w, b . pnrer Urrjur m
'"". , V." "VJ'n. r,l the hill hi
.od b. i.ol 1. J u ld c hl's h'
.1,- lo.. of oo.mtr. e.icbes frc-h inmi-
''; lk , ,7or
...on on the heig I u of u nker II o
.ban .he we re- r. i. er the .lay,
' - .i. '
,";. ,.' J ,nmKin to render
ion more than ordinarily interest-
are upon the soil of North Caro- ,
I shall attempt no eulogy, though
- .,..'. i . i.
' hee sadly e..l,c
name, of t-o m.ny ol our brave
thoir ... e.li arc weil high .ola
n and ,
1 ho lii-gulatiiii war, its nice piion anu re -
....L i!..:r-.l i' II......
SUIIS, .'1 jure a I ee, . . ui . iv. '. -..
.,,,1 Mnnr. or Alex aude r. Da vidaou. G ra-
' ham or Urevard.
i We stand, loo, upon the soil that nmiri-h- i
ed tho-c ii.etiliOMgiicdthuieiii..rablDu-
.1.... ...... il,- Jiitii of Mn 1775 Tho.e
w j,,, Bel,r , ,. nemal honor of being the
(jrt l0 Mt fdr,, the pi im iplea, and stood by j
I II a 111 Wl'.UlUCir Bll
that a I men are horn I
villi certain inalienauie rignts, aim mat,
th -so are life, lib. iiy and ll.e pursuit of i
I.annine.s." Thev have left us their le.-scy I
, , .....p.l .w.v We look around iii '
...,, this concourse lo see a Revoln-!
lioiiary tel. ran. They are gone '. but the
mantle ha fallen upon their successor-.
Wo seo here and there a .obiier 0f the
glorious war of 112. when our claim to
ihe leaped due lo a free and independent
nstiou, was powerfully vindicated. It.it
their heads are beginning lo be silvered
will, a.'f and l ie manv more national
.... ' 1 ... 1 1.1 i
veranrie ahall Have pasaon, wu sniiu iook
aroiiiid lor tuciii to
deeds of gallantry will be proudly cherish, toga. Tho retreat through N. 0. Tho da
ed in the hearts of tlniir countrymen and oiive batlle of Guilford Court Houae, and
.k..., ....os .l..!l l.a aipi.nr,i"f,ir f.it,.r i tl.n defeat at Yorktowu. .here Riitisb do-
armie who may be called to maintain our
country's honor. Thur. ar. amongst us
many of tho volunteers of the Mexican war I
in which tho glorious truth ai deiuon-.tr a;. I
cd on many battle field, that citizen
soldiery, an army of voluuteeri was pre
pared to rally round their country's flag
when the war drum beat. And the glitter
ing file of the well drilled companies hore
to day bear witness that when tbe alarm
sounds again, there are yet others who are
ready for tho conflict.
(lathered here then, aa we are to Cale-
nrnt,." th da In th kVnr,la n.l
mere party advancement or porsonal ag
grandiftiicnt. A psrt of the Amcrioan
ponple are here to pledge anew their pa-trioti-tn.
They have a soul that is moved
by aometliinp nobler than interest, by tome
thing which savours not of Time or Space;
bni is spiritual and allied to thing heaven
ly. Let every one beware lest he provoke
it. And there may be those again hot
we hope not here who from the hcigbta
of a letble intellect look donn iu pity or
contempt upon all such sccuei as these.
We may fay to thoo,
Yet triumph not vt a, lf euiunured frw !
ire, N iturr, tieiilua nevrr dwelt ill yu !
or you no f.nry cmiari-Mlca tho scene.
VV lieu r.iplure ulierrd
i.ws am I went ueiKeen,
vrr and (o mrrt,
a icre-d and no home is
'Tis you uiiiii..vril t
To whom no plaiig
Such an onn hsa yet to lc'irn tbat as love
is the fulfi.ling of the law.it is also the
dawning of intellect, the birth of tbe real
man. He is ionorant or careless of the
fact that che riilii n such sentiments,
" I.'virw' hr fnro. t. fnir reoown,
Ann Oi.'ih' - rt y ui if aii .ll go down
To Ihe vile e-irtli from whence he .prime,
I liw. pt, uiinonnrcd and uoaung."
' o revive our own P",''or,m
; w;n;;(,'r,;;;,'"jm,,;yci0rf ,nd
To revive our own patriotism then, and to
no - rvid in their oay ano gener.non
I ' " r-eur for a moment to the history of
; "1,'r ic-im, nnn me niMory oi our couuwy
of , bu, 0f humanity, baa been attc
fully effected by such fccblo uieaoe. -
sned union between
j ....,.,;, outbreak aoainst the
And why this outhrea. sint tlie
authority of a comiir v and goveriiuu nl, to
jnddu, .ho MU-f-r
home- and fireaidea called forth vengeance
from an iofinaiod noonln !t w is for no
. i . r 1, ...-...!
Ho It i nee nd Jafirf.-Cu
hj did the, noil Surely this muat nave
J J or infllu,tion ,,,
J ros, to so high a pitch as to
J illto war so" protracted
1 (- I K
.uch we are well aware wvs not th. induce.
,nfnt, Tho,e noble men knew t!.. value of
pr ncip . hey h'l interrogated tho
' eon-eioo "ne-a of hum.nitj too well to ba
They were wi,e enough
princinle. Thev had interrogated tho
pre 'se',1 upon His Universe, and tbat only
" c-inioriuny mereio luigui ii:sn rc.i.ao .,.
o eieellenoc ol his oQ dignity, vjeoera-
nous come ami uepari to mane room tor
io h' to gf his abode in other
'cl.m.s A ml in th nernetnal fl of buman
events ill- tune may come and if the earth
surv ives, shall I not ssy will come, whon the
," - ;r
' destiny aud the wi d deer will aeain roam
i r 1 L 1'
l,0 n myth, and simply be mentioned
" lr H"1 ,,'or1 0T '' "r"
1101 V tmny "deas that wera
promulgated by the Continental congre.a
in lTTtl Their forms may be variod, e ver
lost, but the Divine Ar:hetype will exist, for
wo believe they are correct, and if so, the,
ri C'1 ctancoiis wuu vjou auu luiuiorisi aa
It i uimcces.sry. Mr. Preident, to re.
capitulate the eventful scenes that follow-
ed upon tbe declaration of the rourth
How the noise of war waa in the land, the
! bum of quiet industry interrupted, tho
g.thering of t lift clans, bow tcl.o.je and
! chuichea were closed, and pa-tor and
: people, tutoi nd pupils might be seen hur.
r) ing to tho conflict. The seven year,
atrilgle of the digressed army, the retreat
from the mountain tu the plain, from ilia
ani-lplai" hank to the mountain, aa fortune
i .i 'it.. .1...... .;- ... V',ll ,.r.... ll,
-oe.. m "rn .-... ....p-,...-
hope that cheered at Princeton and Sara-
miui'm over all thi clonics went out for
ever aud the star of America emerged
from the horiizon for a beacon light W the