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CHARIjOTTEI, 1ST. C, SEPTEMBER SO, 18S9,
THOMAS J . HOLTON,
Editor & Proprietor.
The North. ("urnlina Whig willbcairorded touh.
scribor at TWO DOI.I.AKS in advance i TWO
DOLLARS AND FIFTY t'KNTS if payment be !
delayed lor three month; una TIIKKK DOlXAKS J
at the end of the year. Nopnper will b tticou i
tinned until nil arrearages are paid, except ut tlie j
npti n ol I lie Kditor.
Advertisement inserted a I One Pol la r per square
(16 line nr les, tliia aited type) fur the lira I inter.
tion,nnd 25 cent for eaeh continuance. Court ud.
vertiacmcntn :ind Sheriff" 'e Sale chargeu 5 per
cent higher ; and a deduction of 33$ per cent, will
be made, from the regular prices, for advertisers by
, the year. Advertisement inserted monthly or
.-biwrterlv, at f I per i)?jBt-ns
"Perton when tending in their advertisement
most nirk the number f insertion deir;d or g
tliry will be iuacrlcd until forbid and charged ac.
0"Potmter arcauthorir.i t! to act a igcnti
T. II. HI. EM & CO.,
!!OI.IAI.i: A It KTAll. I)F. AI.F.ItS
ERITIFH FRENCH & AMERICAN
Dl! V GOODS,
r..i:ii:T, bi it, m.oi,
T. II. Ham, IE 4 ltl.O I 1 1:, vc.
J. A. Sam.., Jr.,
T. Lafavk-itk At.KXANPnt.
Cm r Cur 'IVlIrr Si :ilil .Ira...
ft V.IIE subscriber i inannf.icrurii.g and keep
M. constantly on hand. Soap for Teller, Sen I d
Head or Ringworm, and pood to wath with fur
any oilier akin ditenae. It will also like tlaim
out of any kind ol limbing. If any p. rton oe
aire to tiHVo it to s II again, it can he h..d at a rc.
dueed pneo. The Soap ha been tried by rcspoii.
tible person aiid is aaid t be n certain curi-. The
Soap call he hid at Ir. K. N. Iluteiii.on &. ( o.'a
I'rug Store nnd from the subscriber.
CFIAS. T. EDKRIIARD.
May 31. 1S..9. Hit
ii o i; t . aV in r i: le
-m m AVE on hand and for s..le. Pickles. Pre.
I I serves. Jam, Jellies, Syrups, if., low lor
CASH 1 Door Kast of the Court II.. use.
HOUSTON & HUNTER.
( Orl. i!C. ItsaS.
l'roiii ill.' I5Io.i lteii ,.iiiii ii)-,
At M-inuJaclurtu' I'tittt
t ami run i:s :
. per f'KJt.
IT -SEAMLESS BELTS manufactured to order
at short notice.
CONM.cri.y( IWSEnf all .lie., for wi
nr .team presaurc, urdttti iluul Jtrmth Ma
l. Kl l of all .icacriplioii
J. R. F. ROONK.
May 31, I'-.'W.
fBVHE subscriber inform hit frieniis and the
A public generally, that he Ii .a removed hi
Suop to the old stand of Moore V Byerly. under
L. S. Williams' Store, on Trade treet. where he
ia prepared to attend to all order in In line. He
ha still a few articles on hand such a
Golden Cook, Goldep Star.Flanter's and
nd a rarit-ty of
Also, a jond asnrtmcnt of
Tin :iimI laolliiM.M :u-r, t'.
All of which I will sell eh. up for CASH or Conn
D. II. RYERLY.
FJlllOSKot my friend
. w ho arc indebled to ine
by Note or Account, will please observe that
I nave retired from tlie urug nu-ineas, at tins
place, and immrdialt tcltUmrnti i abtnlutely re
qnirtd. My Book are in the hand, of Mr. J. P. Smith,
on whom person can cal1, during my absence,
II. M. I'RITCH ARD.
l Aoriolls.Otl S6, 33tf
ri'HK undersigned having entered into Coparl
JL ncrslup for the purpose of carrying on the
Confectionary, Bakery, Fruit,
Retail Grocery Business,
Teg leave to call the attention of tlie citizulia of,
harlotia and surrounding country to their New
Stand on Trade Street, between llrem' and Frank, j
eiithnirs, at .Spr.it V Uanief old htauu, wncre
they would be pleased to see all their friendt ana
MOODY Si MS RET.
frkruary 2, I .'.8. 4H-tf
History of North-Carolina.
fpvlIK 2nd volume is now published. It ern.
JL bracet tho r.od of the I'roprietary .,.
errtrneut, from IbL.t lo lltf.
It forms a hanilaoine Hvo. volume cf 5fll pagea.
The sobsciiption prire was half t cent a p'.ge ;
but the price of this volume is less, a iy t'J 7.i in
cloth binding, II in I.ihrary abeep, and t'l 'Uj in
half c ilf. I r will tt aoi.u oni r roa ( aau.
Owing to the dillieuity of aecuring Agentt in
niany parta of the Slate, we will forward it by
m nl or otherwise free nf petlagr, on receipt of the
priee ; or both volume for It elolh, 14 50 ahcep.
or $5 half calf.
A litieral oiacmint made to Agents, or others,
who buy to sell again.
E. J. HALE Si RON.
f'airllezilU. An. Ih'.H 3,'itf-r
EXECUTIONS for the 8. Court for talc.
-h .... : l: l- s-s-rta
Piano and Music Store,
'HIE Subscriber keep continually, on hand
. at. nam. made hy Mcinway . I n., Nunn at
Clark and other makers, of Ntw York. Which he
will sell at the lowest rates for ASI,ar good pa.
per. Also, the laical Music on hand, at No. It. I)
Main street between the Exchange Bunk and the
American Hotel, Colon. bin, S. (".
r TAifKizttwmxirn :
1 f, lOlA lPSS. If
L. KKKRISOV, 11KB.MA.N L. I.l!ini0.
KFUIMSON & I.FIDIM.'.
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
HASH. BTRr.TT, O.VR Doi t IIOS UNO,
II t IILI.MO.M, .'.
.rii2ri, 7-1 T
i Ii 1 1 tlnlu.-il I'iit I lis. ill',
iitti c Ciiiii;iii .
jjKHIS COMPANY continues to take
un.-t liw.1 by lire
i.uee, iVc, at 'ji.ii.,1 r ites.
, 1 I Otliee at the Drug Store of. K. Ny
II Lit! Ill-
aim &. Co.
A. V. STEELE. J'retident.
COVER M A N , Yire 1 -rrtidt tit.
j E. NYK HUTCHISON, ; y. ej- Trttar
A. C. STEELE, J. L. liKOWN,
M. 15. TAYLOR, S. T. WRISTON,
C. OVERM AN. F. CARR,
.It. UN L liRfiWM, F. Si'akh and S. 1
Wbictci.n, Eirrutire Committee.
Jnit 26, Ib.'i!!. 7tf
$300,000 io. 1 Fruit Trees'
roif sii.i:. I
WESTBKCKS & PIEKDENALL,
Yropiirtors o the U'ttl Uiriu jSururiet
a-md U ardent, tetrr Greetubofo, S. C,
Ol'l.D very respeettiilly call the attention
W V of the citizens of the Southern Slate
their very laige stock of native and acclimated
Fruit Trees, tor the Fall and W inter Trade.
This large and h-. ml some a.eortiiii tit haa been
prop. gated fioui thrifty heating treis, and work.
ed upon the liest seedling lf k, which a sure
guarantee of fruitlnllief a and longevity, prouil.
. nent charaiaerietiea iii orcharding which should
nol be overlooked l,y persons wirliing lo plant or
chards emier lor inarkeling ur launiy use. The
stuck consist i.f II. a (utlnwing Ireea :
, linOdtl AP I. Irrn J HlO.tlliU Peaeb tree ; 10.
000 r'e.r ma; n,na a....; no i neii ;
12 0IU Plum i .'.'0 Ntci.nu; H.iiO Almond;
mill Hii.ci4 1 Urape Vine.
i llestnes a v. ry fine a. .nrtm.pt of Currants
Stm berries, K..lo rnes, tiooseberries, etc., all of
which will i sold on very reasonable terms for
c sh or approved paper,
i All p.ckagi put up in superior s'jle, and
: complelc invoice sent to ei,eh patron, and so sr.
ranged that the invoice will be the register otllie
orrrd , ,hc ,rrr, .re iransp
ti d. it lt. J
are transplanted as e. ch one appears ou the hat.
Mr. T. J. Ilull-.n will art as agent for the tu'.
mulling of the piople of M, cklenl.urg and neigh.
I ta ring counties vi'll lOe above rruit I rees and
' will take pleasure in forwarding urdi r lor the
Oct. tifi IKiH.
Dr. II. M. I'ritchanl
wJ? A ny irieoos, re.pet
ce his oeit rmiiirttioii to resiiine tfi
I'riK'l ! l .Tl.'.li.'iii.'.
onsultid at his i fliee.
If The poor prescribed fur without charge.
i4?Hf 31, lrV,h. i.'itf
J A VI (J0 RAT0R!
Pf.Ki Hs:ii hv na s4NruKi.
( onipomidt d eiitiroly from .OIS
ik Tin: iiKsr PfRutTivK ami i.ivkr as.
I. ls. wiia l.lvee . m
Tl.. Hems rs.n....
II. ..,.lra ii.t,l,l, ... il.
In.. i-lln Us ...e,
pill ! ft'loc Hie hl.Mi
"l"", li.. l"'.l 'fr
.1..., ... i.k.i, Ul
II... d'X .... slisr
r'" ! '
tic I raifnclie.
. i,i.i V i,, horn
nil what la
.Ii... lb. nsat
at ll.a bow.l.
mil aT lb
t hrmtle Iflnr
isw is.toai u.m llropay, tr firiiln laa
.i.vs a., l-evrr nl Airar, i lilll ..'ever,
'I Kevers llll-' Ions Tl pe. It ..isrs'.
'.'rl"'"iM.i,'1'',''''"'''''i if i"" '"" "'"
who ttse 1. are nlvli.g llielr n.ai.linoiia
nr lo Ma 1.
Sit Wilrr In llie moot!, vslfh the Invl
I4e. and as allot htilli lellier.
THK LIVKR IN VIGOR ATOIt
i ii.Mirie viniii vi. tiisr n i:ki. ., a i. am.
.rklnr . slm-sM i
.. -u-.l .J l.lvee l
. Ils. ....I l.lver.'
-is'm.. MS l'.'.awsjr. iVt
,s T W Mv .tr S..ss
: II II II. v I . .
... ,t. ..... I II. .,.,.. I
F. St'ARR Si CO.,
Charlotte, y C.
A LARt.E FCPPLY OF
FKF.SII A li RIVAL OF
1 1 r s to ; A7 1 1 1 ) nt i 1 1
nAS just received t fresh aupply of CAN.
OIKS, of all kinds, also Oifrun, Currsnta,
Kaiaina, Kig, and a variety of Nuts. Call at
HOUSTON Si HUNTER'S,
I J'xr K.astnfthe Court House.
Charlotte, Oct. at). S;,8. 33tf
A Great Battle to ktelit!
f HHE subscribers inform the citir.cn of t'ht.r
JL lotte and vicimly, that tliey have on hand
and are cnuataiilly reeeimug, a auperb atsortment
supirior to any thing that haa ever bi
in this stetton. Their stock consn't
the tol lowing articles:
Sofas, Tete Tetis and Iiv;its,
Cane lioUon. liec king I hairs, Muhegimy ai
d (-a ii
S al Parlor I haira and liui.li lltittom Clniirs,
Mahogany and Cane Itotlotii Kockllig 1 hairs,
Wardiohta and llureaus.
Marble ami W ood Top C. nl n: Table.
Marble Wash Stands Mil! Sinks,
Card and W ork Tables,
Lihogkny and Walrut .!xinsi(n Tablet,
M.'iln gany, French nnrl r.liziiheih lit nateuiis,
W hat Ni la and P.irlor De,ks.
LookiiB (liasses from 4 to a Pair.
Sell. Kncking Craillrs and iieeliliing ( hairs,
Tuekir's P.tetil Spring liollom lirdslrads.
Canopies with I.ser Netting, and M.iriUcfo liars,
Cultiige Flirnltcre bv the set.
In, no I'll Wood II .t Kick.,
Gilt Moulding of all sizes lor making Ol
picture I rallies..
Ever? kind of n lenals for sale generullv u
hy ( al.i'n, I Makers, aueh i:J l.lur. Iieks Klin
Hinges. Walnut, MjIoimiv, &c, A.C.
And last, thuiigh not le...l, we keep alwajt
hand a supply ot
Fisk'si Metallic Uurial Cases,
J. l. SANI'ERS &. CO.
karloltt, Mty 3i, Ibj9. I lit
Great Sacrifice at MorroivV
ber respectfully inform the pen.
surrounding country, that they
e price of their stuck, constat.
pie of the
have reduced tl
ry (J ooii tls It(ud)-.tii(p ( lulliin,
notrr, sinu s,
wit., great varemy or otutr v.nvca, arHtwn wall W
old regardlea to cost.
COUNTRY PROl'UCK taken in exchange.
Kobe I)re..e worth .'. (XI at J M
Shawls worth 4 (Ml , 2 00
Mantillas worth ft I'll at 2 .'Ml
11. n i.e's worth M mi t :t .".l I
Hoop Skirls worth II ill it I L'.'i
Fast col'd Pru ts worth I i at 10
d and lll.Dlcai bed 1 rstiesal New York
I'nc , und nil GuotJi
lion U ti-e above pri
fiit in Stort
HAM MER.SLAG Si MKNDALLS
Ji,y5, l6. I7tf
'lli' Olil Aim Hi l.'ilr, I'nrni r.
f(MK IIF.RI:, HIIr.MiS, and fellow ciiu. ns.
J will von I. hv the u. hler-TA'I I.OF MUC1 II
sen. I to tlie sni seri tw rs, o
lliel ouniy Agent, to i this New,
.-mil tin;, ii iii ii'li I Tl;i.
And you will grl the whole Stale, with her Itivera,
K.iilroads, (ioiil, t'oppci. I.cnfl, Iron and Coal
Mi. o a. and all the t itles. Towns anil V
l.obli Mo nil tains and Su
nU her Kit-id and
Ii you want th.s f;)I.M:N I'RIZK. row
the time. Map,ven teet by live. Unrder vie
ol the Slate House, Insane Asvllim.t In. pel Hill,
Male and l. ll.s r ( ol .g. s. A r , ir., one of the
rlimymt and titKt M;.ps . r ptitilislo d
I'KARCE k HK.ST. Ililboro', N. C.
At. KS'lx N A.N Till lor .verv rountv in the
I ft Cm
m:vi; i r ni
fl'IIKSK I.ONHS are u
M r n ii i. ii in.
ii uhteilly the safi st
stu.ent that cn t.e ini.t:e,anU art really
nreleriible lo any Slate linnil.
The county cnnol n pu.liale.
They bear eren per cent mlcrcat
aiinuiiily, wtin I outsons tor tlie same
They are of tie deuonuna tiou of $100, tihieh
wilt make Ihem more current and useful for do.
The coupons will prove a convenient medium
for paying county taxes.
I he citizens nt the couuly should
and they are now oHered tu llieui. I
at i ither Hunk in ( hurlolte or w ith I apiain Jol
Walker will r. ceivc prompt attention.
II. W. (.lION.
It. W . C. tj H. H. H. Co.
Srrt.w, if;sj. -j'.hi
riiiirs,s.,ini Miiii.nv j, nun vs..
M. dissolved on the 1st of January, hy mutual
consent. JAS. I. II K.S PKIIsuN, will tiereuiier
carry on the busin. as on hi own account. All
nl Hue coir if (or ward
Uk nt once, as
UHinrr-v (nunt m rlonicj up
HENDERSON k AH I! ENS
I! A VIM S'-lti rti rut ire intfrmt in llie firm nf
HKMH-ili.ON Sl AIIKKNS Iu Mr. J.F. IIKN.
IM li.n.N, ulilt m jm rt o r rnitiri ft r Mme time
jet ftt the itore and ImiII bv Imppj In ml on
my (nt-utiu nnd cupti.mrr. pur lu ulurl y rn ihnrti
who would f'jrk ovi r ti e little rlmrige, due ine
und Ihc concern.
F. W. AHRENS.
January lft'.9. 41-tf
VTTOKNKV and I i unsellor at I.tw, basta
km an i thee, joiutiy wilh J. A. I'i.i, Kso
upstair niat dia.r lo the Court House, where he
w.ll be constantly present to sttii.it to., II calls
on profes-ional business made f-.r hihiaelf, or for
Mr. Kox, when he i absent.
unrv4, 18-'J. 4VT
riKDs OK TAN. MA If Iv, for
which the cash will he paid.
M. R. TAYLOR.
the black cloud rtj'S bigh,
Now it sprrada
See ! tht quiverinr I
igltttnga fly j
lljrk I Itrw (1iunderwt.
Yet will 1 not sbrfr.W wOiitj, .
Soon the ttonii be o'er.
'Mid the summer' sultry day,
When the hot winds round us piny,
W'e should sink, the fever' prey,
And revive no more.
Hut the dark cloud till" the skies.
And the vivid light. rng flis:
Win n the conhng winds arire,
And our pains are o'er.
When the black cloud rises high,
W'hru it spreads along the skv,
W hen the forked lightnings fly,
And the thunders roar
Never will I feel alarm,
wd can shield me from all harm;
In lb- auiishine or the storm,
Him will I adore.
The Chatter Box.
Sonic fols. do what e'er you mill.
They won't let their tnnguia lie still.
Click, cl.ek, chi k.cluek. clit k, clack, click, clack.
Thus they still keep on,
Pmg, dong, ding, dong, ding, doiig, ding, dnng,
iiulh tight and morning.
Hut, iho' friend
lii. not tire thin
!.u hie among,
nit your tonsil
KMin they'll wish you go
Uiug, iho.g, & c.
Then take this warning
vice you give or take,
(ore you silencr break,
wice, Unec, twice, Ac.
id then yuu'll speak,
llirire, twire, thrice, Ait
from an tacking.
Till: SACK I Fit i:.
"Tliera, Mary now don't you think I
deserve to be called a pretty good bu-l.and !"
laughed the young man he dropped
down in the lady'a palm a half a dcieu gold
Ye, yo arw, Wttwtrrf, the very best
husband io the world,'' and she lifted up ber
sweet face beaming with smiles, a a June
day with sunshine.
inai a jou, ui.ii, n you, tor tne very
fluttering word. And now my dear, I want
you to have the cloak by nut Christmas,
I in atiiious lo e how you look in it."
"Rut Edward," gigitig seriously at the How Janel'e heart leaped at tie blessed
shining piece in her rosy ealin, " jou know words ! '1 bat very morning she had an io
we are not rich people, and it reallv irrmi terview with her brother' employer. They
a piece of extravagance for me to give tbir- had heeu careless, but not intentionally un
ty dollar for a velvet cloak." kind, and the girl story enlisted their )tn-
" No, it i not, either. You deserve the pathies.
cloak, Mary, and I have set my mind In a day or two, George was removed to
upon your having it. 'II. en, It'll a-t you a quiet, comfortable pttvnte home, and bis
so mauy years, that it will be more eenDomi sister installed herself by Ins couch, hi
cal in the end than a Its. expensive aiticle." nurse aud comforter.
It was evident the lady was predisposed 1
to conviction. She made ao further attumpt i Three years have passed. The shadows
to refu her busLandi arguments, aud
her small fingers closed over Ibea'old pieces,
she rose up, saying, " Well, dear, the sup-
per has been wailing half an hour, and I rhytuiiic move meut. fcometime the would i been denied better markets, and often forced weights and aixea, some proving more effi
'" know you must bu hungry." i pause suddenly and adjust the snewy blank- to ship to an inferior one, to their loss, or cient and controllable than other. There
Kdrd and Mary Clark were llie ha-
band and wife cf a year. He waa a book-
keeper in a large establishment, with a,
salary of fifteen hundred dollara. His fair
youtig wife made a little earthly paradise of
his cottage home in the suburb of tha city,
for within its walls dwelt two lives that were
set like music to poetry, kuepitig tiiao to
each other. And here dwelt, also, that 1 the word in an undertone, placiag a small Mate by it rcspon.tiblo hireling, and claim- pounds heavier than those which were hurl
peaco which God givetb to tbo.-a who love I packet in Lar lap. , ing tLe exclusive patent right to carry thro ed with such execution by tho French in
Mr. Clatk came into the sitting-room
uddenlT, and the girl lifted her head, and
i),,,, turnfd it away quickly, but not until
the first glance told the lady that the fair
face was .wollcu and stained with liars.
Janit Hill was a young seamstress whom
Mr Clark had occasionally employed for
tlie ,a" r motiths. ,lio was always attract-
t" ''J "t 'oug bnghl lace, Ler modest
jet dignified manner, and now the lady saw
at onco that eomo great sorrow liid smitten
Obeying the prompting of a warm, itn
pulaivt. heart, she went to hrr and laid her
hand on her arm, saying, softly, " Won't jou
tell me what is troubling you, Janet?"
" j u" j ."u "cip, an-
swere.l ll.c trying still lo avert her
face, while tho tears swelled in her r yet from
tu0 effort she made to speak.
" liut perhaps I can. At any rate you
know, it dor us good sottictitiics to confide
our sorrows to a friend, and I need not as
sure you that I sincerely grieve because of
And ao with kind word and half cares,
ing movement of the little hand, laid cn
the caiiietr'a arm, Mn. C. diew fmui her
lip her d ttory.
She w an orphan, supporting herself by
her daily labors, and the had ouo brother,
just sixteen, three year her junior. He had
been for some time a kind of under clerk,
in a large wholesale establishment, where
there was every prospect of hi promotion;
but he bad seriously injured himrclf in the
tunimrr by lifting some heavy bales of good,
and at last a dangerous fever set in, which
had finally left him in to exhausted a state
that the Doctor despaired of hi recovery.
" And to think I shall never see him
more, Mr. Clark," cried the poor girl, with
a fresh burst of tear. " To think he mutt
die away there, among stranger, in tha
hospital, with no loving face to bend over
him in Lis last hours, or brush away the
damp curl from the iorhcad which mamma
used to b ao proud of. O
darling brigl.t-f.ced little brother George,".
and bere the poor girl broke down in a atorm
of tears. i
" J'oor child, poor child," murmured Mr.
Clark, ber sweet eye winuning with tears,
" How much would it cost for jou to goto jug stranj-e." Since the North Carolina b a Dfl-writing of Col. Tarleton of the Brit
jour brother nd rrtuiD !"be kkU at last. Road bag been opened to Coldsboro', con- : j0h Jgion, an officer, at the mention of
" About tlnrtj oollart. I Darcu i so niuon
monej in the world, loutee.it near-
j y fonr hundred niilca off; but I oould mau-
age to support mvaclf after I jot there."
A thought passed quickly throii(!h jlrs.
. Clark's mind. She atood still a few moments,
: ber blue eye Oxod in deep meditation. At
. last she aaid kindly. " Well, my child, try'
' and bear up brM.ljiaui a TtiW l betj
eeanntress. j Bittket, id a uiore extensive snipping in-
i The lady went up Blair and took ibe tcrott, have caused our merchants and farm
pieces eut of ber ivory port nionnaie. There i Cr much lose on produce and goods by dc-
was a brief sharp struggle in her mind. ' Uy, damajjea, &c.
" Somehow I've set my heart on thta velvet j . have been disposed to tear even an
rloak," she thought, " and Edward will be tl,ro if we could see a correr-poudiug (Tort
dihSj poinlcd. I wat going to aelret the vel J OD the part of Wilmington to accommodate
yet thit very afternoon. Rut thru, there' , our interest. Thi w regret to say, haa nol
that dying boy lying there with strange been show n, and tbc fact Oiut tpeak for
fares all abost him, and longing, a the slow i thrnischea.
hour go by, for a fight of a sister that Middle and Western North Carolina feel
lovcn him, and would not the thought haunt pride ai d interest in the N. C. Rail Road
me every (line I put cn my new cloak! and its Sucre!. We have labored and been
After all, my old broadcloth ia not so bad, i taxed to sustain it. Wilmington controls
if it'a only turned. And, I'm aure, I can j the Wilmington and Wnldon and Wilming
briug Edward over to my way of thinking. ' ton and Manchester Railroad, which we also
No, vou mut go without a cloak thia time, aided iu building by our taxes. Through
and have the ploasuro of knowing you've
smoothed the path going down to the valley
of tbc shadow ef death, Mury Clark.'' And
jrhe closed the port ruontiaie rescluttly and
j went down stairs.
" Janet, pat up your work this niomont
there is no time lo be lost. Here is the
money. Take it and go to your brother."
j The giil lifted up her eyes a moment, al-
Imost i'j lewildvrnicnt, to lb lady, and then,
as she coint.rehnnled the truth, a cry of
such joy broke from her lips, that its memory I New York and New Orleans. Now, if we
'.. .i e .L l .ii -i.l, , . . . .i v.. .i. i';i
never faded from the heart through all the
j after yenrs of Mrs. Clark'a life.
" George I George !" The word leaped
I from her lip, as the sister sprang forward
to the low bed where the youth lay, bit
I whitf, sharpened face, gleaming death like
from amidst bit thick hair.
I He cpen.d his large eye suddenly a
flo.-h passed over his pallid face, lie
i stretched out his thin anna : "O Janet!
: I have prayed God for the sight of you
I once more before I die.''
I " pulse is stronger tb.a it has been
for two weeks, and bi face haa a better
hue," said tho Ih.ctor, a few hours later, at
he oiade hit morning visit through the wards
of the hospital.
" His sister cam yesterday. and watched
with him," answered itir aundnr, gltnc-
ing at the young girl, who bung breathless
over the slipping invalid.
I " Ah, that explains it. 1 in not certain
out iuv n.e jnung man ua recuperative
power enough left to recover, if he could
have the care and tenderness for the next
two month, which love alone c.a furnish."
of the night were dropping already around. I
Mr. Clark sat in her chamber, humming a
nursery tunc, to w hicb the cradle kept a tort of ,
ets around the faoe of the little lumberer, 1
shining out fn.ui browu cutis as red applesi
thine out amid fading leave iu October .
orchard. " !h sh,'' said the young moth-,'
er, a she lifted her finder with a aoiilit.g
warinng, a tier liiisbaiid entered.
" ' hern something for you, Mary. T
came bv exDress this afternoon :" ha said
The lady opened the packet with eye" travel. their recent battles in Italy. A large and
filled with woudrr, while her husband lean-) Wilmington should recollecithat the West most formidable Woking iron gun, made ap
ed over her shoulder aud wa'ched ber : has other and better maikcta for her pro- parently of tho best material, has been cast
movements. j ducts, with at least equal facilities, in every at the navy yard and is nov? ready for ri-
A white box disclosed itself, and remov- ' respect, for shipping, and cease her wanton fl i hit. h will throw a fiftv-Dound shell, anil
ing the cover, .Mrs. Clark decried a email
ielegant rhascd watch. 8he lifted it with j
I , cry f d. lighted surprise, and touchingl
; tl, s.,inT the ca.e (!.. haob .,.J nt, ! in.
Hj,, w, cngrarcd these word's: " In Mrs.
NIim Cfaik. Jn taken of the life iif
" O, Edward, it must have come from
George and Janet H ill," exclaimed the lady,
and the quick tears leaped into her eyet
" You know the' bei ti ith him ever eince
thut time, and she wrote me last Spring, that
ha d obtained an excellent situation a head
clerk in the linn. What an exquisite gift,
and how I ihall value it. Not simply for
" Well, Mary, you were io the right then,
though I'm orry to say, I wa half vexed
with you, for giving up your velvet elouk,
and you've not had one yet "
" No, l ie not had one, but I've never re
gretted it. She said the word with her
eye fastened adtuitingly on the beautiful
"Nor I, Mary, for I cannot doubt that
your sacrifice bought the young man life."
"O.say those words again, Kdward.
Illessed be God for them," added tho lady,
The husband drew hi arm around the
wife and murmured reverently, " I'losed
be God, Mary, who put it into your heart
to do this good deed."
A crusty old bachelor gays : " Tell me,
thou mighty deep, with wave to blue aud
e'ear, it there " a good lime coming " mnn,
when hoop will disappear? some foreign,
rock bound hore some island far away
where these tremendous street-balloon shall
all be flowed away ! The highly deep wa.
rippled by a siiuall, and answered alow and
adly, 1 nary place at all.' "
''" S.Ii.bury W.tcl.n.an.
To Hie Editor of the Watchman i
Keeling noma interest in our Rail Roads
;n florth Carolina, I cannot help but re-
pret some event now trauf piring an p
uectttip: the Veutern portion oi me
with WilmiD(.'toti, there Uaa uceo mucn uia-
position ou (he part of our people to draw
niorc olotely the commercial and aocial re
lations bettreen the LaHt ano tne n eat.
Wo rrgret to say, however, that our effort
i in creating profitable commercial relations
in ihii ditectiou. have not availed ua Buy
tbinpr. f TiiperieDC of onr shipper, to
t these agents of hers, she has kept up an in
ce.'tnt war upon the North Carolina Fail
Road from the day it advertised, in connec
tion with other roads, to carry " through
travel." This war, I tm informed she still
Carrie on in the face of atl agrrtnient to
dimiics all soliciting agents advertising the
line aa a " oue horse route ,! with " danger
ous curves," " running at desperate speed,
nd many t"'ilse and slanderous reports cir
culated bv irre-ponsible agent between
bad no interest iu the North Carolina Rail
Road, we have too much pride aa Norlh
Carolinians, to ace thit warfare carried eu
with indifference. No priucipU of aelfde
ft tice can juMify this aggretsiva policy ou
our right and interests.
Wilmington once occupied the position of
identity of iulerest in the North Carolina
Rail Road. 'J hi she seem to have
lot, and has become wedded to her pet, the
Wilmington. Charlotte and Rutherford Rail
Road, and tjpecti soon to get her greatest
traile by this channel in acuance ot changed 1 o be allowt d I iovimous as good
State Roads. She appears, at least, to have L, ;rjiish soldiers.
lost her interest in the policy of the State aj yj All Militia Soldier lo Le permitted to
to her syaliui of Rail Roads, and has deter-. returu to their habitation upou Parole,
mined to set up for herself. The Senator' 4,n .j ,rUlSi Artillery, Ammunition,
from New Hanover and President of one of yiore. provi-iorns. Waggons, Horses, Ac , to
ber Road, with the ntir Wilmington dele- fyubfully delivered.
gallon, wf all opposed M oar1a"t I.rgl- j 6tlj A,; ufilc(,r t0 he towefi ,i,cir lr;r
lature, to extending further aid to the e.-t-j T,te n,,,,, sllr) Hal.M,( aliJ to have their
ern Extension beyond .Morganlon. Indeed, ,jj Br r,..urea.
! opposition to the Western Extension and the
auvtll conneetion, were said to i e llie
j leading motives iu sending the President, in
the capacity of Senator, lo the last Lcgia-
lure. And he defeated these yery measure
,nr Fr"1 pra.iuc.noi. o. ..utrngtu ., .m
serious detriment and injury of Middle and
Western North Caroliua. 'Ibe time may
come when these tbin2s will be remember-j
ed with b.tternes.
Wilmington haa been favored by the
North Carolina Rail Road in olher respect..
have been in her favor, and against all oth-
rr connecting roads, until the Atlantic Road
was com, le It d, nd now the is permitted to
enjoy this monopoply with that a Slnta
The farmer of the West and Stocahold
era have, by these discrimination in freight
waou t'.eir produce elsewhere. 1
There sacrifice have been submitted to
by the Weat, preventing the development of
our oounlry and towns, and resulting in fa-
vor of Wi.iniiigtoti. And how have we been
rt rjuited for all this T ly opposing our best
interests iu the Legislature, aud denouncing
and misrepresenting our road out of tho
and aggretsive policy on our interest aud
Wilmington ha received mora of the
liberal Leuihlation of the State than everv
other interest. Tho N. Carolina Road haa
favored her more than any other locality.
The Legislature aided her, year ince. to
theexteutof 7 or S"(II,(UH, to complete her
rail roads, and moro receutly, loaned her
credit to the extent of nearly S'-',ilti),ii(UI, for
the Wilmington, Chartotte and Rutherford-
ton R Road. She should recollect that there !
are other interests iu North Carolina, which!
have some claim upon the bounty and1
liberality of the State, and not oppote every
thing that did not go through or terminate '
at ilmitigtoB. MoRG ANTON, j
The" RitRaps." A letter to the N. Y.
" Time " ay of this old fort : ' The work
of constructing Fort Calhoun, knowu a the
Rip Raps, which b beca discontinued for
a number of year iu consequence of the improper motive in his convicliou, acknow'i
uncertain foundation, ha been resumed. .j, the justice of 1 1 it ir act of dircipliuc,
i no suasiucaio oi mo ii.t.u us in
mination in 1')7, w hen the weight of stone
was removed and tho wall again commen
ced under the superintendence of Col. Do
Russy, oue of the most distinguished en
gineer of this or any other country, assis
ted bv an able corps of subordinates, among
whom 1 beg to notice Francis Mahoney,
(formerly of Richmond) a civil engineer
who has worked hi way up until hu occu
pies the highest rank among mathematicians.
Fort Calhoun, wheu completed, will bean
imposing structure, City foot above the wa
ter, with throe tier of guns of tho largest
calibre. The stoue now being used i a su
perier article of granite front the Rich
The Alabama and Tennessee River Rail
road is at length completed to Talladega.
From the Colunibue Timet.
A IlKLIG OF THE REV(JLUT1()N COL.
Terms of Capitulation. We bae befor
uh letter, rlaicd MT 26lh, 1780. in th
wboe name lue winga Ol varriina iremuieu.
jt WM banded to us by Mr. Ilobert l. ror
Lyth, of Columbua, a grandaon of
Meigs of the Revolution, and a son of tba
late John Forsytb, Secretary of State, on-
dcr Gen. Jackson. It contain tha terms of :-.
capitulation offered by Tnrleton to Col, 13u- v"
ford, we presume, just before tbe defeat of
il.s I nsir ll.s Wiitia Settlement "
Army from Virginia, to asist tUwhtr in . -
defence of Charleston. Reaching Camden,
he ascertained that Charleston had fallen,
ami beat a retreat. Tarlton was dispatch
ed by Earl Cortiwalli to meet Ruford with,
seven hundred men. Coming up with him.
Col. Tarleton addressed Col. Ruford the fol
lowing letter, which not being responded to,
the former gave battle to the latter, routing
bia vi bole force, showing his men no quarter,
cutting do ii the American flag with bia
('I arltou'f) own aword, and playing sad
havoc with the American aoldicr. This
U tter ia aritlcn on a piece of foolscap twelve
inehea by right, and in a long bold bad. It
reads thus :
May 2!Hh, 1780.
Sir : Resistance beiugiu vaiu, to prevent
the Effusion of Hlood, 1 make offers which
never cm be repeated.
You are now almost enouipassed by a
Corps consisting of Artillery and Seven
hundred Light Troops ou horse-back ; half
of which number are Cavalry, and Earl
Corn ailis is within a abort inarch with some
Rattulions of Rritisb.
I warn jou of the Termerity of further
inimical proceedings, especially, when I
hold out the following conditions, which are
nearly the same adopted by Charles Town,
Rut if any person of any denomination
attempts to leae your army after this Flag
is waived, rest aasurvd, that ho the fugitives
of any rank or Dignity, they shall expe
rience bostilu treatment.
1st. Art. Al'.tfficers to be Prisoner of
War, but admitted to l'arolc and allowed
to return to their habitations 'till exchanged.
2d Art. All Continental Soldiers to go to
Lsn.priirV I'oiut or any neighboring Post
and remain there Prisoners ol War 'till ex-
I expect an atiawcr to these
jn )alf tn ,our ; if they are excepted
.ouy,j; order every Person under your
' commmrjJ t0 pile his rms in one hour if
you do no, reC(.jve Terms, i00,i b.
i Lgve ,,(. 10Dor
Sir) Wi(h pro.,er Hc,pec.(
y0Mr ob t iSet v.i.l.
(j ,',., Cl)U1j , ,yit L .0
Tii, remarkablc document haa never,
perLps been published before,
Rll'I.I Ca.n.no.n. Experimental trials con
tinue to be regularly made ut tho Washington
navy yard ou this interesting branch of oro-
jectiles. The guns tried aro of various
was a trial yesterday morning, for instance,
herein fire classe of caution were tested
by actual firino Of these No. 7 and 8
which were from a boat gun throwing a
ten pound shell, wero delivered at distauce
very close to each other, via. 3,430 and
3,1 10 yrds,-each of them just short of two
miles. These shells, we believe, are two
must prove terribly destructive. It remains
tj be seen what the range will be, but threa
and a half lo four miles we should hardly
deem to ho sitravurrant
From the appearance of things in tho or-
dmuueo shops it it plain that a keen iutelli-
gonce and watchful viuor Preside over their
operations, leaving it manifest that no
country will be allowed to bo in advauce of
(hi ia whatever appertain to effoctiva
weapons of war. JW Intel.
Restoration or Risnop Onderdonk.
A movement ia in progress for t he remission
of the sentence of auspension by the Housa
of Rishops, passed upon Rithop Oudcrdonk,
formerly Rishop of thi diocese, a number
of years since. A petition to the House of
Rishops is in circulation in the diocese. To
a memorial prepsred in accordance with the
petition, Rishop Onderdonk has affixed hi
ignature. Alter acq nting In brethren of
lI)(i prolcsMii2 his sincere sorrow and
pcutance, bn ask that hi sentence may be
remitted. Thi petition and memorial will
doubtless be pre-entcd at the next General
Convention of lb Protestant Episcopal
Church which assemble at Richmond, Va,
on the oth of next mouth. We understand
that names representing all shade of opin
ion in llie Church are attached to thi pe
tition. A. J". Coin. Adr.
Gkkat Mketinu at Rai.timork. At
Raltimore.ou Thursday, an immense law and
order meeting took placo. Resolution were)
adopted to break down club rule and restore
the purity of the ballot-box. An attempt to
create discord was made by rowdies, but
was promptly suppressed and fifteen of tha
ring leader arrested.