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THOMAS J. HOLTON,
Editor k Proprietor.
TEH MS :
ThnNurtli-Carnlini Whig will be afforded tn.ub.
.ri,t-r it TWO DOLLARS in advance ; TWO
DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS if pi.yn.cnl be
slaved for three n.iilli ; nii Till! EE DOLLARS
di tho iid of tho year. Nopnper will be diacon.
Iiii-icd until all arrearage are paid, except at the
.,iti in "1 the Editor.
Advertisement inserted at One Dollar per aquara
( lli linn or le. tliia aned type) for the first ii.aer.
lion, and 3 J edit for each Gumma lie. Court ud.
.ariieemenl and Blienfl 'a Halt charged 5 per
cent higher and a deduction f 33) per cent, will
bo nado from tlie regular pnc.a.for advertiser by
Ibe TOr. Advertiw incnts ilia, rlcd wioiilhly or
bunrterly, at ! peranaar for aaoli lime. Svuii.
month' 7 eeutaper .qu.-r foreach tioie. ,
- !.n amdin? in tlif if advertisement
urk "r number of ina.ilmn .le.ir-jd or I
?,,.'iifctiiiirtfc'W - 'r
Puatmaetre arc anthi.ird to acta, agents
T. .mvM & CO,
B BITlfH, FF.MH & FRIC.N
Aiinr., hay, mioi:,
II AIM) w aim:.
T II. Bam. II . It Mi l Tl .V C.
(. .f HETTS Ai ium'U.
IIOI'TO A .V II IM I It
HAVE on hand and fi-r lo. IVklr.. Pre.
,,-rvc., Jjn... Jr'lira. Syrup., Ac, low for
VAnH I l'r . !' '.'.uit lloow.
HOUSTON & lil'NTKR.
C Aertor. Orl. SC. lho. 3.tif
iiu.Tst nr.LTs:: im:iis::.
I n hi llir Motion Itt-ll t.liipmi),
At Jleeaa-rrurc.' I'tictn
( ami ritl: I
, 12 eta. prr lo.it. i
ti " " I
'J'l - "
i'i " 4 ply
it CE AM LESS BELTS
it nort notice.
II aitra, for water
m .i..i pf.aaure.aie.ee ,
I lil of all de.criptiona at 54 cent
.V.a 31. IH5.
H. 1'. liOONh. ;
'V'-j 1 J f 111 V fl 1
PSMlIK mlwmbcr iiil.mii Ina irienoa ano "
JL puMic grnerally, ll.al he b-e removed hia
. io Ibe old .und ol ,n.re at oycviy, ooow (
I.. S. William' "lore, en 1 red atrrrt. wnrr ne
i. r.,,..A if, .itrJ io .11 order, in hi. line, lid :
Hi. ai.hl a faw .rude, en band snob a
Golden Cock.QoIdep Star. Flanter'i aud
, finely of
A'fi. i gorKl ortiu'iit uf
I in niil ll4illonnrr, Ar.
All ef l.t K I I1 tltmf MCAMI or Tobb
D. II. BYKRLY.
y.a ll. I?i8.
fiHOSK of my ffien.la who are indebted ti me
I. by Nole or Account, will ple.ae ob.rrve that
I i..rs retired It .tin Ih Drug rlu.ineea, .t thia
place, and mauifiafi a.lliaarala i e6aoia('jf re
faireJ. My Booka are in th hJeo( Mr. J. P. Smith,
alio.,, per.oua can eal', during my abe-mce,
H. M. PRirCH AUD.
HE underaigned having entered Into ( op.rl
ner.hip for the purpn.t ol carrying on the
Confectionary, Bakery, Fruit,
Retail Grocery Business,
HVe Ir.v. In call the attention nf the cil.I.in nf
' n.rlniuand aurrounding country tn their New
ui,do Trade Street, belwen Hrein'a and Frank,
tnthall'., el rlpr.il 4k D .mel'e old tl.nd, where
y would be ple.aed to aee all their Irlcnui alio
MOODY Jt MSBKT.
Frw.r 5, 1SJ8. ' 48.11"
1 A l.'i per. one, who.e INotr. and Aero.inl. are l
i. Our, owing to the nnder.igned aa Traat.e, '
f" earne.tly reqiir.tcd In call and ecttlr, aa it ia
I "porunt that the true' fund be ni.r.halled at aa !
"ly a daya aa piie.ihtc. Kr member, indulgence
I W. K. MYKRS,
1 Tru.lea Ol I-roy Spring.
I -W.2!) 18.W. IBlf
Historv of North-l'arolina.
fIVIE 3nd volume i. now puhli.lied. Item.!
I. brtrra the p. nod nf the Proprielury iov.
pi"eot,from f,G3 IO t7.9.
It forma a handaoine 8vo. volume cf 51)1 paiee.
"e aub.ciiptinii price w.a half a cent a p gi'l
11 Hie price of tin. volume, ia leva, aay 12 7. in
ainniiiu, m Library aheep, and J V5 in
'I 'lf. It wu u aa ani o omi t roa ah. I
Owing u the dilfmulty of securing Agent in
"T Prl. of the Htale, we will forward it by
"1 or nlherwriaa iee pattagt, on receipt of th j
; or both volume. f,,r 4 eloth.lt 5tl sheep,1
A hbml diacount made U Agent., or othera.
uy io aell again.
K. J. II ALU k SON
1;XKCU riON8 for tbe 8. Court for Ir
Piano and Music Store,
',IIE 6ulcribtr krepa continually, on hand ;
I'lanna nude by hleinwav A Co.. Nunn't St '
Murk nndnlher uiukera, nf Ntw York. Which h
will sell at the lowe.t nit. a lor C.4.NYf,or good pa.
per. Alto, ilia lalc.l Muaio (in nanti, at no. lull
Alain sUrct between tlir Exchungc Bank and the
American Hotel, Columbia. S. C.
SAM I'LL GARDINER.
May U Ih If 58. tf
I. L. KEHBIRO, " IIIRjJfA.N L. MEHjJNO,
- ' - KKl.lMSOVA;' l.'lll.f..
Foreign end Domestic Dry Goods,
WHOLESALE ANU HETAIL,
MaaiL Trrr, onk ixn a raoM o,
I II 4IIM10, h. V,
Aftu an, fr;9. 7-i t
i liarlnllc Mutual l ire 1iimii
net C iii pan).
l(IIK- COMPANY continue. tot.,k. riaka a.
JL gamt lo.a by fire, on llnuat-p, Oooda, 1'ro.
cure. Ac, at uiual ratca.
If Office at tbe Drug Store of E. .Vjre llutehi.
aun ti Co.
A. C. STKEI.K, J-rrsulff.t.
C. OV HUMAN, Vice Irrtidtut.
K. NY K II UTCIUSON, tecy. f 7'reas'r.
A.C. STKKLK, J. L. J.T.OWN,
M. U. TAYLOU, K. T. WK1S10N,
0. OVKUMAN. K. fCAKU,
John L Known, F. Si arr aud S. T.'",t' -'tuivi.r lor CAf-H.
.Wbihton, Ljrtuttve Conimiftte.
S:500aOCO io. 1 Fruit
WESTBPOCKS & HEKDENALL,
Yrojn it ton of the II est Green Xurterics
ufil G'itJui,tieur UteeHtliofo, A", C,
T ' il l I) ry rr.pe. iiully rail tlia attrntidn
II .. tl eitiuna of Ilic fontlirni tit.tea tu
limr vtry Id'ge .lock of native and aerlimatrd
Fru:l T-., lor t)r Fall and W inter 'IWe.
Tin. Iurfr and hnriftonie a.aorin.ent h.a Keen
prup.igul. u ir.i.ii tbritly beatiug tret ., and work
ed opii the be. I .cedin g .locka, w Inch .a a m'a
gu.rnu ni iruiiiuuier. ana Hingevny, pronii
.ml nharael. riatica m oreliarding w hirii aln.alt
not be everlouked by ueraona wi.hmg to plant or. .
eli.to. eiti.-f b-r U'.iKtii'g or family me. The.
,11, to,,.,.li ,,f tlie follomng tree.:
jn.OO(l Apple trr,. j lWI.UuO Pearh trcea ; 10,. I
Ofltl r. r In ; l,Oi' Apnrnl.; IVW.0 Cherry ; !
I3.HIMI Plum; .'.tMi Nren-nue; ltitd) Almond;
jirtHi yuii.cej 40IHI Or.(H Vine..
Hc.l.iee v. ry nne aaorunrni oi t orrani.
fsir.whrfr.n, Ka.herne, O.onlerr.n, etc., all of j
which will be aold on v. ry reaeonable It rim lor
CiftH or aoi.roved p.ia'r
(All pjckagta put up in auperior aijl.and a
'eomplrii. nnuict iml lu each pU and ao ar.
' r,nM( ,h-t il.a invoice will be ll.e r.g..t.r of the
ort,rd alter the Ire. a .re tr.n.pl. lit. n. u tt.ey
ir, lfanaplnli d each one appear, on the lial.
Mr .r j, iuii,,n mil act aa aent lor int. lu'.
B1,(llf f (I,, ,yr uf Met klrnbuig and Hugh
bering coui.tiea wi'h the above rruil I r.ea anil
will uka pUa.ure in forwmumg ord. r. lor the
Dr. II. M, Pritelmrd
r IF.r.PIN; ti.i.f .l.r.!i.ionnfni.
era hie ileirrminalion tn reauuic the
lrn'lire ol !?lrli-ln
Me may be eon. u I led at hi. oftiee
ti J be p.wr prr.eril.cj lur
.4 .,..131. I..H.
l II A TOR!
fompotrjdtd fntlrw frtu I.IMS,
i ON K or THK IlKfiT Pt" R. TI V K ANI 1.1 R Bit
1 IMl llrJl .f M.araj it ftuMir. tbt M riWirl,
r. iUr, 4 m-em im m mJxio known
It aket mIt m li.'hairraf. bm Le faiaad) , mrll-.g lrl on llM
m, W ii smiorbiet rrxatiOT tlitf .... it. s.,msK. t.4
In rajrry -.(! fhat nMir lha t an)(ttUlilttaj l" ajflan ifj.
l..w mf i'i f.- U .T,r.ti It.
H Mfutflhtl ataal fetl'14 II it nii.lial r-pitll,
(BlU tlaiHopat, lit jemmnri
Ue fisr Ih. iM-.ajr rlnrttt.
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mSi hi! ' II rT'tti-v
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brlli r. .n -
tkftd r'Nit ih l4 ft
8rltil in rh Ik tonuich
rriititg, pf fttk IMfjhl
Wmb lb bola
fUt h II. ailnrhr. .
tn ririarl rrtr Mnn tmnnm I Ho
fl' ( hlllt'l
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Him lrird A !
i. Iirtkitlr Dtnr-
Hm aotllM ihim "
a. mho. (. Krvrl Bn.l
M all K.toi r a llll.'
Dl o)-.) . h. .trlllnj !,.
a. If who It.r It aee altlni; Ihetr anantmnni
Stall. n.ii.y I. II. tntor.
-ll W al.r III the moot h llh the Intl
.llolor, and at.allolt Ik,iIi lou.-lt.t r.
THE LIVER INVIOORATOR
la a si'iintii'I'- i'u. niMinctiv, a,. i. t..i.
mu.rl ir, riM. , t,4 .J l.ltrr I
UeT ablrh an ih .raoli a lluee,! I.lvrr
SASfORD S Co . rn.aI.I. H...ar. Sr. Tim
Bta.r. S ra. Ntw vk . T V, ln.vit Hnaa. pl.ll
,M, V II i n a . I . II II II .1 la.
l.ta. II I'.aa. . t.-rotaaii . iiti.ot.f' 4 H .aaoao. l'li-l
r.a.ear.a'a an.tit 1 . " '. Kl I-
F. PC ARR k CO.,
Clmrutre, A'. C.
A LARC.K SUPPLY OF
KA11NWEILEK k BRO'S.
2d door from T. U. ISrem tf- Co.'m Store.
UAVE opened an entire New Stuck af Fine
Dry Goods and Millinery
to which Ibey invite the attention or Hie citixcna
of thia place and the eurruunding country.
Our Mock connate ol every variety and ot lha
Kich col'd Dreaa Silki,
Boilrd III k Silk.,
Ill k and col'd Bcmgea,
Errnrh Jaeoneta and Organdie,
Jie't and Org'e Knbea and double Jupe,
riila of variou. atvlca and all quulitua.
Hi t quolHr ol Kid Olive.
nick Mitle.ieoi a tilk Lottos a. Si Ik Ulrvca
oaiprv, of all kind..
llonncta, Mi.era &Llud'n Flata a Jockiea
Lare I'oinl. and M.'nlilb.,
Linen and Pique Dual. ra,
Tuble D.n.a.k Sl tlotl.a
D'lna.k Nopkin. and Doyliea,
Pun.p t dour and Picolomlni ColUra Sctta,
Kwiii and lainnric I ollara,
.M.lleic and Valcnuie Slci via,
Alu.liu At Luce Sl.fV.a, new di.igne.
Kinli'd rocket lldkt..
Hi in Sti. I.rd and Bur'd Ilk fa,
Can.b'c andSwi.a Edgmp. and ln.rtin;a,
Ciiu.b'cand Dimity iliiiid.aiid Eloum ni)..,
Li.le and French '1'h'd Inlying. a luat rtn g.,
Bl'fc l.nce Eoifing.,
Bl'k Luce Veil.,
Dreaa TriuiiiM!; a. Fringe.,
liraid, Uultuii., A c.
floop Pkirtaof nil kind.,
Plaid and Hrinrd llonie.puna,
llrown fltirting., and SWclifif.,
illra'd l.. iig Cloili Sbieting.,
Coltou O.u. burg.,
Mur.rillra Quilt., and
Al.o, a frrat variety ol funry trliclc..
We tiler our fcn.ck at remark. bit low price,
In addition to our Urfce atock of Dry Good a, we
have on hakd the beat atock of Superior
iltaety .tleitte 4 I.U'l Ill.Xii,
.4 liOOIS. MIO!, Il V lh,
and a lurge a.aorlmt-nt of
i.aWi.i' uuot ; v,
ndillci y aim Hrm! w nrr,
at low pricta.
Afu 24. 1669. lltf
MIVE prr mil. pi r iiiinniii.
ri'llUM'; liOND.S are undoubtedly the aafr.t
JL iiivtattntnt that can l. maue,ai,n are really
prrlrrable to any fule Ilonilr.
flirv bear sere per cent inl.r.-.t payable femi.
anhaaM. ih Coopona W tlie same. "
1 hcv are of Hie drnoni-Uon of tlUO, which
w.il mike then: enore earrunl and hm. ml lor da.
Ine coupon, wi I prove a eonvrnirnt nieiiium
fr pjying ccuntv tasra.
Tliecitizrna of the counly should po.eaa them.
and 11. jr are now ottered lu them. IVopoaule let
at itl.t r U-nk in t Imrlollv or Willi 1 apuin John
W ILcr will t ceive proirpt ntienln n.
V. U C. ij H. R. R. Co.
S,pt. 21, 1858. "ytf
'HE firm l HENDERSON &. A MR ENS waa
utaaolved on the let of January, by mutual
nt. JAS P. HENDEOON, will herealler
carry on the bii.int.. on hia own account. All
pcr.niiB ind.-hl.-d will ple. conie forward and
.etlle at uni t, aa the buMiir.e niu.t be clnaed up
HENDERSON k A LIKENS.
HAVING old mi entire inlvrral in the firm ol"
HENDERSON V A II K ENS u Mr. J. P. HEN.
1EKMJN, 1 alill expert o remain for aome tune
yet at the .tore .nd .hall be happy to ait on
my friend, and cuetomere, particularly on Ihoee
would fork over. the little change, due me
and the concern.
F. W. AH KENS.
J.nuury 18.".!h 44. tf
TTORNEY and Counaclh.r at Law, ha.ul
1 otlice, jointly with J. A. Fox, E.q
taira next door to the Court Hou.e, where he
will be ron.t.ntly prex nt to attend to all ealla
prolraai.ini. I bu.meaa nnide ft.r himatilf, or tor'
Mr. Fox, when he ia ab.enli
Jitnunri 4, 18.1). 43tf
CORDS OF TAN-BARK, for
which the enah will he paid.
M. B. TAYLOR,
Saoacitt of a Hobhe. A very curious,
not uncommon, instance of sagacity in the
animal earns under observation lately in th
crowded neighborhood of Long Lane, Her
moudsey. Tbe London Review says :
"A carthorse in harness, whiNt it by
no means careful keener was solacing him
self iu a low publio house, started off at a
pretty brick trot down tbe lane. Happen
ing to come to a group of children, one of
whom, baby not more than three years
old, stumbled and fell, tho animal delibe
rately stopped, placed tbe child out of the
wsy with bis teetb, anil continued his coime
as if nothing bad occurred. Rut his philan
thropic propensities did not stop here, for,
meeting with similar group, be repeated
tbe action, after wbioh, as if fearful af com
mitting some niinchicf, be quietly suffered
himself to be caught and led back."
Railroad WibTWABn Engineers have
started on survey of the Kansas Central
railroad. Tbia road extends from Wyan
dotte, at the junction of tbe Kansas with
the Missouri river, to Fort Rilry. The en
tire distance is ono hundred and fifty miles.
Tbis ia the first railroad survey west of the
Missouri river, and constitutes another link
in the great railroad cbaiu that shall ulti
mately link the States on tbe Pacitio to their
elder sisters upon the Atlautio.
If you want to render your husband un
happy, blame him for everything be docs,
rgiht or wrong ; scold him for doing this or
that, before you inow whether ha did it.
Deed) of Kindness.
SuppnM the Jilla cowalip
Should lianjit. golden cup
And any, " 1'm-uc ti a liny (lower,
I'd teller nil prow up"
How many a 'je'ry Irnvelhr
W ould u.iaaita fragrant anit ll :
Ilr.w nicny a :ije child would grieve
To loae it ' U tle dell !
Sop:',rnnp to Ihwr r,ssj,-nn
CpoH the raaa aoouid aay
" W hut on little dew-drop do ?
I'd better roll awny '
The blade on which it re.trd,
II. (i re the dny oonr,
W iihout a drop to mol.ten it,
Would wither in the aun.
uppoee I he little hrrri. a,
Lpon a aiiinmer'a duv,
(should think tin ii.fi Ivt too mull to cool
The traveller on hi. way
Who would not nii.a the .mbllcit
And aoltr.ttntu thai blo .
Aud think tiny mane a great nii.Uke
If they wi n- talking ao ?
How msny deed, of kindnera
A little cliilJ may do,
Aithoui;li it hi.. io little atrcngtli,
And little wiaooin, too !
It wanta a lovii'g apiril,
Much more tli.m atrength, to prove
How in any Hill a child may do
For uthire by Ina love.
Till: LITTLE STOCK I ii
ItY MRS. KBAVLS CAOK.
Tap ! tap 1 tap ! earne a feeble knock at
my door, as I stood hovering over the cook
in fg stove, which, being in tbe t affluent,
made the warmest room in tbe boutc.
" And sure, wasn't there a knock at tbe
door?" ssid Lizsie, as rke laid down the
knife and tbe loaf of bread aba was cutting.
" Tap ! tap ! tsp 1 aaiu fell upon the ice
covered panel, tbis time a little more dis
tinctly and Lizzie spraDg by, exclaimed.
" VVho in tbe world can be out this freei
ing night?" She opened tbe door aud in
stepped a little girl of some twelve years
though she was dwarfed and cramped iu
sixe till she might have parked fot ten.
" Puy sny stockings to tight, uis'ini ''
a.kcd a sweet, clesr, cliildi-li voice.
'No. I believe not." wss my response. (I
really did not need them,) aud she turned
to go that little one out again into tbe
perilous cold :
" hut come io and warm, will you not ?"
j " Oh ! yes, ma'am, for it's very cold,-' and
she approached tbe glowing stove now red
bot and sat down ber willow basket, iu
which lay a few pair of wollen stockings,
;snd stretched out ber little frozen ban da to
' eatcb tho warmth.
"Oh ! it is nice and warm l.ere "the said,
locking up with cheerful sniile, and be,'
great expressive eyes looked ber happiness.
"Rut won't you buy a pairof stockings?
Here'a a pair that will just fu:t you, with
double beel and toes?'
I look lb article so coaxingly offered, and
found they were just what .be rcconiBieiided
Where do you get them ?" I asked.
" My father wsavea thein.
" And you go out to sell ?"
" Yes, ma'am, I gotwo afternoons a week."
"Have you no mother?''
" My mother died three years sgo."
" And who takes care of you now ?"
" Oh ' I live with my father now he, and
brother and sister."
" Is your sister older than you
" Ob ! no, ma'am, she is ouly half as old.
She was only a little thing when my mother
We buttered the bright face one a large
slice of bread, whirh she took thankfully.
and then we went on with our questioning.
I And how do you get along being house
Oh ! first rate, since sister is big enough
to go school. We all go to school now.
" What, you, and sister, and brother; and
you leave father at home to weave stock
" Yes, ma'am, that's it; I get up before
its light in tbe morning, and then 1 get tbe
breakfast, and wash up tbe dishes, and
sweep tbe floor clean, and waeb and comb
brother and sister, and then we all run
away to school, and when we eome out at
night, then I get supper, do up the work ;
nd study after that to keep up with my
" And don't you get behind sometimes?"
" Never one sometimes I ns ahead, and
then I like that ; it makes me study har
der." And then the grcst blue eyes dilated with
pride while the hmilc ( aelf-satiafactiou
flitted over ber face.
11 Hut how ti., you manage to sell your
' Why, in the summer, you know, I can
go after school, and in winter my teacher
excuses me Wednesday afternoons, aud I
study harder, and make it up.
" And wbo does your wai-hing?" asked
"Why, I do, to be sure ; I do all. 1
washed this morning before I come out to
sell my stockings ; and to uight I must get
supper and irou, and scrub my floor before
I go to bed so as to be clean for Sunday."
" Why, it's a shame to your father, it is,
to be lotting the like of a wee thing like you
wash, and iron, and scrub ; why don't h
put it out?"'
" Put, it out exclaimed the child, while
soft silvery Isugh went ripling through tbe
kitchen ; " that would be great when be has
big girl like me to do it, aud ha so lamo,
nd yarn cost so much, and he make so
little. If be waa to put it out where would
lie ichool books conic from, tnd tbe lite of
Vy tl.i time tlie bred and bolter
ODi.umed,aDd tbe little bardj bands and
" I must go,' raid Katrine J we bad found
out ber name,) it'. mot uigU, aud I've iiz
pair left, loud belter take thia pair. It
mil make just enoupb to pay tbe rent.
I boupbt tbe stocking, and as I dropped
tbrte ebiuing qaarters into that band .so
I prematurely worn, she dropped a courtesy,
and mth the most grateful tone said,
wn, l tliatiK yon. 1 m so clad. now. 1
can run right home and gel my work done
and UL'b !" sba added, abivering, " ita so
. cold, and aluioft daik.too, for mo to be
running round to sell any more.
Away she darted, and as lier bright,
chufj fac.,d'iup.Pi,n d, ToftUlbat aijibt
bad gone out of tbe twilight shadowing of
bat a reproach was that child's si triple
ate tome compiamers all arouna ; scarce out -D 4 crowJ of impl,tient patrons of the bar
of her iufanoy. yet bearing on ber young flombininLr snecula-
heart and bands tbe duties and cares of a
inolhcr and house keeper, merchant and
cbool-girl, and as bright and gleeful as hethfl (.ibertt bidder. There was an instanta-
sunshine as full of w arblin
" mo rjn iuj:
Oh ! none need Io be poor none need to
suffer for the good gifts of God if all were
aa industrious, cheerful, self denying, and
self sacrificing as tbe little Katrine. I
am glad I bought ber stockings, and as oft
as I see tbem I shall think of ber of the
struggles and conquest of unselfish lovo.
Who can prophesy of ber future ? I
have seldom set n a finer eye or more speak
ing face. She will outstrip ber companions
in luxury, she will know, through constant
exercise and effort, tbe value of herself
How proud were ber words, aa she told us
of all .be could do, notboasiingly, but as if it
was natural and right, atd tbe easiest thing
in the world to do. Heaven bless and pros
per thee, little one, and give thee strength
for all tbe labor aud love.
A MoSKRATED PUBLIC SENTIMENT. It
is a gratifying fact, indicative of the subsid
ience of violent sictional feeling, and which
augurs well for tbe future peace of tbe coun
try, that at tbe recent " Commencement "
of the principal litersry institutions at tbe
North, scsrecly an allusion has been made
fo the thread bare topic of slavery. Abo
lition orators have either retired from the
ceiie, or hsve expended their eloqunc on
more profitable subjects. At Yale College,
the change is particularly niaiked. Two
' years ago, at the annual meeting ef the
ii, conservative men were shocked by
euunciatory and exceedingly di.-courJ
i i j j .
language employed ; and one or two
rs of divinity gamed much celebrity
i nnrtnra nf flivlf.ifv eat
1 on account of their furious invectives. ih:s
vear there w. scarcely li.n from aoii.
p."'" l"" "rrr.7l T.."V:
7ii A t "'"" V" "S
off peacefully and frstcrnally. One or two
allusions to the subject of federal relations
were such as to receive entire approbation.
! In these facts wo find evidence that tbe re-
flieiing men of the North have arrived at
their " iccoud sober thought." Tbe tirades
sgvnst Southern men aud Southern insti
tuiions, aud the conversion of pulpits into
Kansas batteries, have at length created
! disgust. The ebriekers for freedom are
hoarse, sick and discomfited, and their aui
muuition is youc. It will probably be long
' before the disgraceful sceues enacted a few
yesrs ago in a church at New Haven, in
cluding the rifle subscription, will be rrpca-
; ted. A". ". Journal ol Omnnrrcr.
Fearful Leap from a Railroad Car
Escape of a FonGER- Haury P. Bald-
win, an alleged forger, on bis way to Rome
N. Y., escaped from tbe custody of Sheriff
, Blood cf Cinciuuati, in rather a perilous
I manner, ou edncsdsy uighl. J ho ecu-
"Tbey were on the Cincinnati expres
train, and when a little East of Clyde, the ly awaited bis deferred turn for a shave. Superintendent ot the V Umingtoo and iel
prisoner asked to be allowed to go'into tbe Jdon Railroad, visited tbis town for the pur
saloon, in th. car next to the one iu which n ..riio iv Tl.,vnK a H,r,tist f"3"8 of '"sPectit,p lie rout f oar c"l,;"!;
they trending. The sheriff conducted , SaP A" ' "J" i. uW Ho expressed himself w.l
him tbilher In returnine the moment clergyman, name as yet unknown, from . W6fA Bjlh the face of tbe country, and
I .U.S put'w.U that the road would be soon pu.
lowed by the sheriff, he made sudden way for Equality, Illinois, but ooti r under contract. The surveying p.rty, com-
nHnt ffcm the ar , d was lost to the of- I " T""? P W-KAsb., Lewis, Ac,
lfi'.;.i Tk. o.ia ... ;a, .1 ri,
fn'isl. The train was coins; at the rate of
40 miles an hour, aud the prisoner was
heavily band cuffed. Tbe cars were stopped
j as soon as possible, and the sheriff, in com
' pany with others, procured lanterns aud
proceeded to look lor (what tbey expected
1 to fiud) the corpse of Baldwin. The search,
though continued for several hours, was fu
tile. No trace of him was visible. He
'must have escaped with but .light if any
'injury, and it is marvellous, with the train
running at such high rate of speed, tnat
he was not killed instaully."
Sale of the Lawrence Machine Shop.
The valuable property known as tbe Law
rence Mschine Shop, at Lawrence, Mas ,
was sold at auction on Thursday laf. On
the main factory building there were sixty
one bids of 8300 and 81.000 each, and
though it was started at 610,000 it finally
reached flt:l,000, and at this figure was
knocked down. It is said to hsve been
purehssed for the use of the United Ststes
Government. Tbe total amount of the sale
waa 6170,000. and the first cost of the pro
perty, including the machinery, which is not
yet sold, was over S"".0.ni0. The cost of
machinery was about S'-':,0,000.
A Lonii Drive wiiji a Tair of Elks
Tbe Cleveland Leader anuounces th arri
val in that city of Mr. George Raymond, all
the way from Salt Lake city, via Cherry
Creek Mines nd Kansas, havinit :ome the
entire dists.ee driving span of elk before
wagon. The elk in question are only three
years old, sn ?o at which horses are not fit
for use, yet Mr. lv. assures us that he aetua'ly
travelled as fr a cne hundred mile in
single day. Mr. 11. is on his way to Ver
mont with his novel team. The elks hav
now upon their heads, horns three fet io
length which have bren ouly six weeks in
WAITING FOR A SHAVK.
Gettinir lived is one of tbe nnoTncei
of lhe p.malooo ex. A fretblj-raaored
face ia ,xceedinP pleasant, to be aure, and a
' man neT.r fceU betur than when ju.t uab-
ercd from a barber abop with a renovated
head Tbe ,nnoy8Dce doea not eonsiat in the
M, of being ebived, in tbe daub of latber
0,er D08e and mouth, in tbe scrapings of tbe
rKor nor active manipulations of tb bar-
, T., frni,io ia th Hulav Tbis in
, ' ,be cae Saturday nights, when
Urbtr gh 0, must ,t least
1 . .,, . ,, , i,.fnp, rnui. f.ee Cou d
fee, tU ,ouch of ,he barberg keen and sbi.
ing instrument. While crowds ate thua
waiting their torus, amusing incidents often
transpire. "First come, first served," is
tbe invariable rule, and every one must
wait ' tut n, no TnaMe h" . utjjMit lia
case. Not long sgo an easy-go long auc
tioneer, who did not care whether he was
.l,co hafara ne afmr dinner, found himself
I ,- -lh . " ,.,pn.&t., ,he auctioneer offer-
I ,i , ;;, f hi, " turn " at auction to
( ncoa, repoiise, so he mouutca cuair, ami
auctioned as follows: fender, kuock hitu down. All of this yon
" Gentlemen, my turn's next. John is ! will do to tba best of our skill and knowl
now soaping the bead of that gentleman, j edge, so help you God ?''
and as soon as he's through the chair is The bailiff took tho position assigned him,
mine. Several of you are in a hurry and 1 1 and i lediately aft. r the court was orgau-
atn not. 1 in ready to do one of you a : ized, Tom Diggers, wbo looked as green a
good office by selling my turn. I knock young gourd-., walked iuto the room wear
down to the highest bidder, so pitch in. ing brogans No. 11, and hi baud.i thur.t
Wbo bids, and what'a bid?" deep iuto bis pocket., and enquired,
" Throe cents," sang out a merchant from ! " Hello, fellows, where iu the thauder is
(he poet office. ' I J'"1 Snellins?"
"Three it is-wbo advances?" " Silence, in tho lobby ! roared the out-
" Five," re-ponded three or four. raged official.
" Five is offered by a dozen. Wbo goes Urom. Yea must be an allured tar
biober? De quiok, gentlemen, for time , nal fool, nud ef ye je.l open that biead tiap
is short" l0 your'n ngaio, your ummiua won't know
"Ten," fbouted a livery stable keeper. ye."
" Twelve," the landlord of n restaurant. Whereupon Jim Jarvis, tbe bailifT, Wt fly
" Fifteen'a merchant who had not rceeiv- the dogs of war, aud greeny fell fl.it on his
d bis letters. back, with bis pedestal at an angle of for-
Fifteen for the first shave, 6f fif 6f Of,
goin" at fifteen, gcnlletnon, and tho time is
nearly up, and going, going, go ''
" Eighteen," bid the stable keeper.
" Twenty, tbe saloon keeper.
Tarantv fl en " the 1110 rcha U l."
The baiber was just then topping off the
customer iu the chair, nud but a moment
more was to sosre.
" I go thirty," responded the stable man.
" Forty shouted the merohant.
" Five to that," excitedly exclaimed tbe
loon keeper, " ana l ll nave it u u cucm
" Soil .-fifty F' prompt y responded the
stable krener more excited than tho rival
litbdrew from the ,
1 uc i nmiii
, COU test .anq toe auc tionrer J ; "
XtrTctrv bus nesi manner to urL-e on tue re-
bUJ He used all the cunning
i "' , " D . ' . f ,,, i.,lln J!
The two hidder. became much excited and actually ssved a life. It happened ,n hi.
bid against each other rapidly. The stable way: Day before yterday a lady on Car-
mn bid ?t im, when the barber shouted rolUtrc.-t, clad-partly-.ti an ample dou-
y lt wn0 jjpji blc-expansion, self regulating, patent exteu-
"Goinir coine," was the response of the ' " slig. careful house
auctioneer'. " Going, and " " XUv f f f C0Df
"One ten." should the saloon-keeper. 'PB the gla-s on tbe outside. A child
" Jn-t in time, aud going at one ten-" PitJ below, sj.e .tteinpt.d, to drop the
u r Cf... " ,h .fahl. keener eloth from her hand on the little one, but
"And gone at one dollar and fifteen:"
1 it ,.,;..
closed the auctioneer.
A hearty shout of laughter aroe from
the crowd in the barber shop, all ot whom
bad become more or less interested in the
rival bidding for tho first shave. The sta-
ble keeper promptly paid ove. the dollar
and fifteen cents io tbe auctioneer, remark-
mg as he did so
"It's a dear shave, gentlemen, but I
would have cone double rather than be
.. p;uck ; call again next week," was the
rep0nse of the auctioneer as lie pocKeted
the clesr receipts
Liuhline acicar, and
spreading himseif out on two chairs, he lati-
nfi,ia1 bcep WJ""U- "'tS'" 1UU,U"
for the ni hi. but his manlier Being ungu-
lar, Mrs. McCool with whom be bad t- 1 Ho.-id. Tbe proposed route, commence
ken board, went to bis room. He accused j bou( bf 4 mii Sou,b of Rockj Mouot
ber of attempting to rob him. Subsequent- lv n(, lernijnat nenr the V0Ttil si(J, 0f
ly two citizens, believing bun to be insane,,, uutio1 of Mr. Vm. L. Petway
endeavored to watch him lurooch jA.nh tBout 17J mites.
dow. Ha shot one of them, Mr. Met aleb, I c
of Equality, fatally, and immediately after I
e H V. l J;.t not hia own NEW JlRPEY STRAWBERRY iROr. Tb
r 6 '
Satisfied it Cannot be Done A rail
road engineer at Harrisburg having been
discharged, applied to be reinstated. ' You
were dismissed, saia me cupt rn..n.....u.
austerely, " for letting your train come twice
in colli.ion." "The very reason, said
the other party, interrupting bun, " why 1
ask to be restored.'' " How so ? " W by,
sir, if I bad any doubt before as to whether
two traius can pass cacb ether on the same
track I am now entirely sntified; I have tried
it twice, sir. and it can't be done, and I am
not likely to try it again,
Absence it Mind Sydney Smith tells
- Int. nf an ahselit-millded
nobleman. He says: Lord Dudley was the Court uou-e, nexi i.oru s . -ay, i . .u in-on-
of the most absent minded men I think slant, at 3 o clock in the afternoon on
I ever met in society. One dsy he met me which occasion he will endeavor to sho
in the street, and invited me to meet my that tbe Autediiuwans were acquainted
self. ' Dine with me io day ; dine with me. with ibe doctiine of a fulure puuiahiuei.t,
and I will get Sidney Smith to meet you. ; which the L'uiveraaliata say canuot bo sLowu,
I admilted the temptation he bald out to etc.
me, bul said I was sned to meet bim
elsewhere.'' t A GouD Compamom. A young man step.
! ped into a bookstore and said b wanted to
The I STRMN RCL I.V LombARDY ! get a ' Youi.if in Companion.
SinceV'ssh wsrof sucession (171.1), Well, sir,' said th bookseller, 'thcr.
Austria has lost and regained Lon.bardy my youngest dnu-hur
00 fewer than twelve time,. On ,h. 11th The cotton t...or- -a
of July 1 M b lost it lor the thirteenth out twelve ibuaau. yar
time. Irloth evert .l .v.
GEORGIA COURT A RICH SCENE.
After a well-known Georgia Solicitor
General administered tbe usual oatb to tbe
grand and petit juries and bailiffs, be turn
ed to tbe presiding Judge, and remarked :
May it please your Honor, I do not re
member any form of oatb to be administered
to tbe lobby bailiffs, but by your permis
sion I think I can frame ono, that will be '
satisfactory to tbe Court.
Judge. Proceed, Mr.Solioitor.
Sol. Put your band on tbe book.
Whereupon a tall, lean, vinegar-faeed son
of Aauakes stepped up and properly grabbed
Sol. You do solemnly swear, io pres
enced of tbis Court and us lawyers that
you will take your position iu the lobby,
SUJ Mmm vailf-ntL.. ioJ X , li.y'. id.,.,
during tbe entire sesaioo of this court
That you will not suffer any one to speak
above a low wbiipcr, and if any one ba!l
dare do ao in presence of your royal high
ness you will vociferously exclaim, " Si-
1,,,-- ; .- lohl.v 1" aud if order ia not im
I ...odl.U rr-.tored. von further swear that
y0u will, by ouo poudsroos blow of your
; tjet plmted between the peeper of tho of-
ty uegroe in the air. II granne.l greeny
; by the seal of his trowsers. and dragged
, biin iuto the presence of bis Honor, and
"Mr Judge ; here's that darned infernal
fool, John Diggers, what warn't never io
court bouse store, and he undertook to run
over this chicken, but 'cording to my oatb
I fetched the tarnal critter up stoodin' by,
given him jerk atween ibe eye- cording
i to law. and now say the word, and 1 11 mall
the do?wooiI juice outcn him afore you km
a cept the that ks of the
prompt rln-chargo of ymir o
' ' ' " s--'-- 'rj
to Crinoline . Alter having h.eu toe csu-o
of a huudred deaths by tire, it has at lat
oniebow managed to drop herself at tbe
same moment. Down she went, distance
of eighteen feet, to the pavement, but not
? ""S1."11 yy w
oiow ... amnug. one .. .... r
utc fashion, presenting the graceful form
of .n old-tashioned decanter Wbeo .bo
lighted, she struck w'. only sufficient
I force ta cause some smarting of tbe feet
, ... f ,.
oiess ner so.e. uoum ,,oa . u,g c
Tarbhro' Buantii Railroad. Oo Wcd-
! ncsday last, says tbe Tarboro' Southerner,
; Capt. S. L. Fremont, the able and enernetio
i completed the survey on Thursday last, and
. ., , j:.,i ,..,, u-.tl,, tho
.! of lha V.a .lerse strawherrv rron is
thus estimated by the Newark Daily Adver
ser: 1 la Bergen County alone it is estima
ted t!.t tbe crop reached 1,000,000 baskets.
Tbe Nw iork aud Erie liailrosd took to
New York market 2,233,400 baskets, mostly
fron) HarueT's ftattou. From Keyport two
i tQok , -r,0 )KI0 b.akets. The North-
J r juilroad look 425,000
Bbi, tbe n, frcm Hobokea
. n(J o(bfr icM .. aon(f 5hore - js ,iIU0,t
nunjber)fs, Ihe Tauo 0f th,se berr.is, at
who,c,.j, prieo, could not have been less
What's in a Name? A far off coun-;.-y
paper publishes the following:
We sre requested to state that tbe Rev.
Napoleon Eouaparte Poita will preach in