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CHARLOTTE, 1ST. C, 3NTOVEMBER SO, 1G59,
THOMAS J. HOLTON,
Editok & Prophibtoe.
.TEH MS :
The Nurtl.-l'erolina Whig will be a (forded to nub.
irr,,rr at TWO IHH.I.AKS in advance; TWO
DOLLARS AND Fim ENTS ,f payment b
d. bvei f..r three montli; and Til KKE DOLLARS
,1 tiie end of the year. Nopaper will be diacon.
,,n,.d until'll rrnrfre are pa id, except at the
Advertisement inserted al One Dollar per square
(111 lines or leas, this sued type) lor tin- hi at tnacr. j
n .mil '23 centa for each con 1 1 nuance. I'ourt ail
,rti.. im n - " V , ii
Cl., higher! e.iJ deduct,.... ,,f33t per cent, will
,d- from the rraulr,l..r,.d.,l1 .by
,h, vui-r. Advertisement inserted n.uiilhly or
huri.rly.al II Pr square for eaeh time. Bcuii.
p,.i wlifn t-nd.ng in.lhe.ir a.l vrrtiaenirn's
" V" rliz'tz ;
llirv w... . I
r,.rtl n't 'y
U"P,lmeater ere sulhoriird l ci aa agents
T. II. KHEM & 10.,
HOl I NAM-: A. IU I All IilAl.1 l
BRITISH FRENCH fc AMERICAN
.i.ri.r, hat, mmi,
ii urnw n v..
Til Ham. II ltl Ol I I , . ,
J Sm ra. Ja.,
'I . LaravriT Ai rnnoii.
strr lor Trllrr 4- -Jtl.l llrn.l.
f 11!i: aubarriber I manr farrurii j anil kiepa
I e..n-iai.tly on I1.1.1I, up li r 'IVlier, Srld
. .d or Rinjaorm, and .d to .al. ud lor
i j ollitr akin dirr. It eriil ln t'e aiuii a
rut of any kind ii ( h ll.inj. If f nr p. nn dr.
, ,r, t h.a ll lo II af.in.lt c-n b ban l a t.
tu-tri pm e. 1 he tp ba lw n t'ird by rt n.
f'.ir r.na and i a ii! to be a rertm i 'ire. 'I oe
Kpnn he bad at Dr. K. N. lliHcln."li & Co.'l
img Ktore and from the uhteriter.
CM AS. T. EI5KKHARl.
V. 31. !,!. I'll
IIO I VI O A II I
T I. It I
nAVr. nn nanii ann ior .air. in. 1
arraea. Jama. JeMiea. )rllp, Ae . low for
1 AVE nn band and for
( ASH I lor K.i "f ll" rl ll-n-r.
HOUSTON & HUNTER.
( .,iWe. Oct iiC. IHi-i. 33lf I
m.irs: m.iit: iir.iis::!'
I tani ! Ii'ln ll It l einpnrij,
Al Manttfartvrf' i'lirtt: I
AMI I'HIC is: !
ela. per f--t.
.Ml " "
..an " '
nuf-'f I "d to order
1 ; AMI i:ss IIKI.1:
n.V.M-77.Vi7 Iff-: of all for water
nr air 9 1
1 aaurc. netted Uurtl jtum ll-t ia--
I l KMU
u r j.u nu.
.Via 31, !'.'.
n( all deacriplmn
J. H. F
1 at 6 renta
forma hi fn
public jt-neriilly, tin
I..' h r.
i..ed In a
ln r hr
L. h. William' Slore, on Tiail alrert
1 prriiared lo atteml to all ororr in n
In. aiill a few article on hand eu'-ti
Golden Cock. Qoldep Star Planter's and
tod varirty nf
I" VKI.Oi: N TOVIaS.
Aiao, a good aaanrtmrnt of
1 111 it ml llilloU -:iM', V'.
AH of . : I will aril rbe.p fi r t AMI ort oun
D. II. UYKRLY.
iC Not ice.
r iii(si: ni m fn
i are indebted In me
M. by .Vole or Account, will pl
I have retired fr.nn llie Druir Buaintaa, at thia
place, and imu'diuU trlllimtmlt it ibttuttly tt
My IJ'iok are in the hm.laof Mr. J P. Sm.tb,
on wliom per foil a can eal', during my atwence,
II. M. HUTCH ARL.
I Ai loe. Oct 3B, 33il
f 1 111 V. undi raignrd hamng entered inlo Toparl.
1 niabip f:.i the purpoee uf carrying on the
Conl'cctiouary, Hakcr , Fruit,
Retail Grocery Business, i
H-g leave to tall the attention of tl'e eitunna ..f
I harlollaand am rounding country to their New
eSlandnn Trade Street, between Hrem'aand Frank
ruth. ilfa, at H,irat A Daniel' old Hland, where
IHcy would be pleed to aee all their I'rieiiii aim
MOODY & NISRFT.
frirnerv 9. IP.-.8. 48-tf
History of North-Carolina.
id volume ia now iiubliahrd. It em.
bracea the ra riod of Hi
erement, from I r.n.'l In I7!9.
It form a ban.ia itne 8o. volume of S9l p'gea.
Tlia nhaciiptiun price waa half a cent a pg"J
but the pneo of Una volume ia leva, any ti 7.'i in
elmh binding, .l in Library aherp, and 13 25 in
ball'culf, t wil l. e oi.n nNi. roll l'a.
Owing lo the ililliculty nf arruring Agent! in
many pn, of the Ktate, we will forward it by
mill or ollierwiae re f ftoalage, on receipt of Hi
price; nr both volume, l,,r It cloth, t4 .'i0 ahep,
or 5 half calf.
A h'cral dieenant mad lr Agent, nr otheia,
wliu buy to aell again.
E. J. IIALK & SOS.
Fnyrllrrill,. Am. I8.S8. 8Atf-r
laXIXUTIONS for the 8. Court forele.
Piano and Music Store,
IWiV. fill acribcr krfie continually, n bend
I'lum a muile by Sli inwey A. Co., Nunn'a 6t
.rk and other maker, nf New York. W hich he
"," "' lowest rale for CAfiH.or rood pa.
. A , , M P
Ma( ,,, , u , Exeh.nge Bank ...d the
Amietn Uulr, rUM,K. ?. C.
A'.y 0f 1P58. ,'f
- - -
. ku., num. l. tWs0.
I.JrRISOV & LK1I)IG,
Foreign end Domestic Dry Goods,
, W HOl.ESAl.E ANK KETA1I.,
Mn. aianr, oMt txi a rnu kino,
II tit I I1 U .
April Ii., e.'.9. 7- T
liai lille Ifiifti.il I ii f iimii'
iini t' iiii:iit.
IMS ('(iMI'ANY ruiliiruia to take riaka a.
r..int lore b fire, nn II
lUaea, Goih., Pro.
uf K. Nye !lilii.
Hurt, & c., a I u 11 al r'tti a.
I: ('flic al tl.c DfU; hlore
am eV t o.
A. C. STKFLK. l rtudn.t.
C. OVKIIMAN, Yire J mult tit.
K NYK HU'K IIIMlN.rc t.f Trtut'r.
A. 0. STKKLK, J. L. 1 IIOWN,
M. U. 1AYI.OU, 8. T. UIUSION,
C. d KKMAN, I . WAR 11,
V M . J( tJINM ON.
Ji iiv L lin..N, 1". S auk ind S. T.
M Hli-li'N, I'.jtritlilr Ci.n-fiiilUe.
Afiii vtf, li. !i. 7tl
VM'mi) o. 1 Fruit Trees
WE5 III ( ( & P.LM'LJ;ALL,
I' to intuit o lit UtH (jittti Xurttrirt
n-ii (jinii lit, t tut (jrttntlxjf o, S. C,
" m I'll 1) fry rri tlully eall the altnitinn
t of I'.e nl ne of the Southern State to
tl?ctr ery U'ge iloi k ol native nd acclimated
Kruil Tr.ea. lor II. e Kail ar.d Winter Traoe.
Tbia tarpe anil banoaoitie aaaortment baa been
pr,.f..eMio tiooi ilirnty lirattii; trtea, and work.
tl ufH.o the let aecnling atocka, w bith , a aure
gcaraiitic of liuitiuini a ui-u longevity, 3 promt,
mm el..-r" Ii "a'ira in nrrliuroinr wbirh abould
not lie overlooked hy ernon wirbiiig lo plalil or.
rli.r'la eitiier lor rnarkilu.g or lamily uae. 1 be
tiK.i ronaiala ol llic lolloHina Irec-a :
l.'iO.IHH) Apple trne ; lliU.OOU I'rarb trrea ; 10,.
0' l Tear Irrra i I it .III U Apricnlai lll.iint) t heir; ;
1'2.1'tiH I'lum ; Al t.ir Nicunqt ; liit.O Aimontl ;
JIUMI yun r. ; 41 I'l liraH Vn.ia.
Hraioaa a r r line a .aoilnnnl nf C'urranla
rlral t iriea, llaal rrru r, ..iKett rni , etc., all of
wbiei will be aolo on viry rraeonabie trrma for
c ab or approved i r.
All p. ckagea pnl up in aupii r a'yle, and a
eompl le invoin- efiil lo eaeb pal'i-n, ai.: attar
ranerd llial llie l.v..in I Hie riglat'r ol lilt
orrbaid allrr lln- Iri ra aie trm.apli.lili ti. if D ry
are tranapianli d aa e-cb one appear a "n t! liat.
Mr. T. J. II n will art aa ag nl for tin- lo'.
niablOf e.f ll.e pt . l ol Mrrk Ii ilre and rrl(;h.
aUe Kruit 1 r.
i aroit g nrut ra lor the
Oct. 56 1S5.
Dr. II. M rritcluird
" IK I. IMMi ! Ibe aoliriialKinnf ma
ny frirnda, rrapeelluily ann..in
Ina iirirrniinalion In reauine t lie
I'llil'llri' nl trdl llie,
iiv be eonaull'd al bir.flire.
I 'The p..r prrarril.id for without el.nrge.
Ae"l3, IC'if. 35tf
tiii: i.i i;ie
i-nKriHi:ii in ih iiM"KH,
oini0Miidid rolirrly from (.I MS,
I nv1 "r Til HT PI K.IATIVK KII l.lvm MK
HI. Km -. Ia .,. II.. e. O..I a. a. a lkan.r.
Tba I. leer la .
yinrlpMl reultm oT I
fiTl'lj '! ".''aai' lila'-.J!.
.i,ill li'S Hie lilo.i
,r-r.n. a Limit. ,
I. II. I, l. r..l...
O.,. la, takan a'l.-i
r ti... a.. l la
lli U llrarim lie.
i lioltr. - hil.
.hi, i. I.., holem
i.' I liol. in.
. Iir.n,le llnr
,r.r,,...e i.4 l- r.
4 H ('rvfrt -f
All Hhn nae I. are elvlK tlielr niinolninn
irallMMHilr I.i lla liivot.
If- ant ai.rr In .hr monlti va llh .he In, I
ajomtoi . ami avaallota lio . h lua. Ilnl.
THE LIVER INVIOORATOR
H A f.'IKNTIflr liri'ii ll, IMS.t.X t.PV, a."l la aHT
. Olaenaed l.lt er.
Riaaa. k P.ai
SI,.., M a ho
iaa Ii r.ii.il
F. FCAUR & CO.,
C harlot It, A C.
A LA KG K SUPPLY OF
Const.. hi r Wsirrnnts
FISHER & nUJIKOUGIIS
ARE NOW DECEIVING THEIR STOCK OF
J'.I,. .f.TfJ 1VM.VTM
and to meet til' Urge Increase of their trade bare
Ual4 w murK
LAKCFR STOC K
ll will be enniplited in ell atticlra of
1:31 iijm)ii)i:iji i :s,
IIOUE FUl.MUING GOOPS,
MilS AIN'D OIL CLOTHS,
S 1 1 K L r 1 1 A 1 1 ) W A I i I i,
IH()a AM) aTKi:L,
S'l HAW t L'I'I I
niVl s AM) ON..
An ciaminatim of the above Slock ia rcapi ct.
( j,.'(r, Srj-lemUr 37, Ir.'i9. 138
Y I LM I f." I O.V It It A X II,
Second Store below PlefS.T.H.Bremfc Co.
kaiimykiTu: & bkcs.
KSPK.t TKl I I.Y inform llicir numi rouacua.
ra nl t IIAIf 1.0'ITK aim the !;-.. uml.
y, tlialnT.ry arc arlling i ff the balance
of their atock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
iUathi .Vtute IMTM.XG,
IS, MIOI , IIAI, enaa
For f5cnt', Youth ami Ri y'e wear.
T I II II l, ld full i-ull'')'
It. .11111 la, Kluta llnta, B'H'lirt lillilmna Al Krtl.rh
Klowera.all nr which will lap aolilal reduced price,
toguiirr wilh a laipe and beautiful eaaortintnt ot
l.aee I'omla, liri;e anil I null L'ualt ra, ail ot Hit
The above nr.meil d.ioria nmal be clraed rnt by the
fiiat ol October, to inaae rot.ni Ijr our
FA I, Id STOCK.
The beat and li.t(reat aaanrlinciit of I.adica' and
Mia.ea t.aitcra. Hoot a unu Mum, I runka, liata,
t nrpct ll.iga, Sati'liela, I'lid Il.innrt ll..lra.
Atlrntion i culled lo the Urge atock of
i: ;nl,.H;ulf t lolliiiifT.
it being mace up in the moat auhatanliui iin np.r,
anil ia iquul to that aold by uny other houae in the
l'ninn,iiiid ia a choice, anil laah.oniible atock.
. iiU' I ui itilin li.Hui
uf every atylo and varn l.
Thi ia poaitively a cloamg aale.a every article
muat be aoid by the firat ol October. M.rchant
and olhera are nqueated lo cull and tiaiiiinc bc
f.ir making purcliuae, a they will find it lo their
intereat to do n. They can hn v lioni 35 to 60 per
cent cheaper than al any other Houae.
We alwaya keep on hand the beat and cbcapeat
llnr.ln.ut-, '4l;irW 'arr, c.
In addition to Ibe above we expect to open ve.
r large aaanrtinrnl ul
MII.I.IV I K V (lOODS.
Avtl 30, lri.r9. M
IMagic Oil, Alaglc Oil.
INRUSH H Tri.Y. jnet rieeivrd and for aalr,
i by K. NYb' IH Tl II1SON X t O.
J, 28, 18.19.
r JOHN O.aaXC.
Of all the amuaemeutwfiir the mind,
From login down to jial n ,
There isn't one ihat yu inn find
tin very cheap a " vail ing !"
A very clioiec divcraiot, too.
If we but rightly Dai il.
And not, aa we are ;( i- -o.
" " Ke. err-it,r.o ntiui V r'
I w i.h e cmiiion w'li indeei'
My purse was srnelhing falter.
That I might rhrr the child of need,
And not my pr cie t flatter ;
1 hat I might nuke i.ppn aaion reel,
Aa i nly gohican no.ke it :
And break ihrlyrani', rod nf a tn I,
Aa inly gull ran biri.k it.
) wiah that yii'p"tl j : nC love,
Ann i v.ry lit. .nr. iin.;nn
'I'l.al hua Ha mi;iii i.bi i
Woiih Cfinie.iitid keep in faaliinn ;
Tin t Si nr., and Jt-a ii ury, ana II.. ic,
And in ry lute i n uii n,
W en hum! filly liitlu n a ili'p
Bi math the wavi a nl Uceai. !
I eridi lhal friit.c acre liniyi ti ue.
Ai d n i.lma alwur un ;
I wi.h the coed were not so tew,
I vi iih li e bad vnt f. r ;
I w lab lha t pi- ra n a i e'i r l..i..t
To lei d tlu ir it lla tii ehii r ;
I wiaii lhi.1 ; . actinr g aaa nnt
So oiflt ri tit fri m pre. cliii.g !
I wirl ibt moi'.at w.rib iiiigblbe
Apl railed Willi Hull' : rd eenroi J
I wiah 1 1 1 ., I inn. r. i ce are l.-ie
Kruio Ir.acli.ry mid l..iu t r ;
I wiah that ti. n it ir vi v., w. uli: n.ind,
'I lint wi io. n r e'er v.t re l v. ia j
I wiah ll i.i uivta arc alwaj
And I n, bum:, ulwara vtr
I wlal in fin. tl at j
And evi ry g' on iret ,
May o n e, in l.ile, t-.ri nj h ut t!
To be the go.ri. ut I.i-..I ;
Til' (ion al oll eviry ucuture I !i-t
W llh I ia aupreu.i al I.', sail r,
An! hi e til loft in I I 'M aa,
And wul.i'igin p. nfoainc!
Fiom Arthur's Home Ncgazint.
A KIKP IS 1 II K C I .Oil).
BY T. c BTIil'R.
I " Do you think so?" she asktd, quite so-
Andrcw Lee came hctr.e at reining from bcrly.
the ahep whtre be bad woikid all day,! What a question !" ejaculated Andrew,
tired ai.d out ol rpirit.-: came home to hi ',,-; ...J ,.0jn oroUnd to the Fide
wife who was also tired, and out of spirits.
'Asmilirg wife, and a cheeiful heme , ' What a questirn Mary!'' be repeated as
abat a paradise it would le I ' said Andrew ne stood It-lore her.
to himself. he tumid his ejes ficm thej " )0 you ?" it w as all she said.
clouded face of Mrs. Lee, and sat down, " Yes, darling," was the warmly spoken
witb knitted brows, and a moody aspect. 'answer, and ho stooped down and kissed
Not a word was spoktu by either. Mrs )ie, "How strange that you should ask
Lee was getting tupptr, and she moved ae .u(.n a q,.e,ti0IJ y
about witb a weary step. ' If you would only tell me so now and
(erne, abe aatd at last witli a siae
clance at bcr husband
T bcre wa invitation in the word only,
noDe in the voice of Mrs. l.ee.
Ardrcw arose and went to the table.
He aas tempted to speak an angry word,
hut controlled himself, and kept silence.
He could find no fault i'b the chop, nor
tbe sweet homemade Iread.nor the fra
grant tta. '1 hey w ould l ave cheered bis in
ward mau, il there bad only been a gleam ol
sunshine on the face of his wito. lie noticed
that she did not eat.
" Arc you not well, Mary?'' The words
were on bis lipa, but he did not utter them,
for the face of bis wile iickid so rtpellant.
that he feared an irritating reply. And so,
in moody silence, the twain sat together
until Andrew had finished lis supper. As
be pushed his cbair back, his wile arose,
nd commenced cleauiug off the table.
" This is purgatory 1' raid Lee to himself,
as be commenced walking the floor of their
little breakfast room, witb his hands thurst
desperately away down into his trowsere
pocktls, aud bin chin almost touching bis
Afler rrtiiom p all the dishes, ami tubing
them into the kitchen Mrs. l.ee spread
green cover on the table, and placing a fresh
titDitneu lamp thereon, wvr.i
the door alter her, leaing htr husband
witb l is unpleasant fceiinps. He took a
long, del p breath as the did so, paused iu
his walk, stood still for seme moments, and
then drawing a paper from his pocket he
sat down by the table, opened the sheet, and
commenced reading. Singular enough the
words upon which his eyes rested were,
" Praise your wito." They rather tended
to increase the distuibancc of mitd from
which be was suffering.
" I should like to bud some occasion for
praising mine." How quickly his thoughts
expressed that, ill natuud sentiment. Put
his cjes were cu the page before him, and
he read on.
" Praise your wile, man ; lor pity s saKe
give her a little encouragement ; it wontj
hurt jou." I
Andrew Lee rni-ed ris eyes ircm uicingoi
paper, and mutt, red, " Oh, yes. 'J hut's all ' recent'
nil 1'n.isr. m carta enoueu. i.ui.iiu" n
nrase her for What : ror t eing sunen, ...o
making home the most dis.gteeble place lUjpl.ng ot ut,u-ua, m.g. ... - . ...
tbe world !" His cje fell again to the pa ( form ol a eoi e, about unlit t. et it. itiatn. tor
h has made your heme comfortable,
.-ni hearth brioM
and shining, jour tooa
agreeable j for pity's sake tell bcr you thank
her. if nothing more. She don t expect it ;
it w'ill make her eves open wider than they
b.vo for ten V.rVs bul it will do her good
for all that, and jou, too.
It seemed to Andrew aa if this sentence
were written just for him, and just for the
occasion. It war. the complete auswer lo his
question, " Praise her tor what 1" and be
fell it also a rebuke. He read no further,
for thought came loo busy, and in a new
direction. Memory was convicting bim ol
injustice towards his wife. She had al
ways made bis borne as comfortable for
him is bands could it.nke it, and bad he I WEI5STK11 AM) THE CONSTITUTION. I Sewino Machine and Pjano. We are
offered the light return of nraine and ton.-1 Extract from Mr. Everett'. Or-t.n.-Buei. ! y much plewcd at the f.raet.eaV good
mendation? Had he ever told her of the j S-iHrmher 17th. H-nne of the pr.ucipal of one of oar won
fa.faction he had known, or the comfort , , ,, , , ,lU Brofm:on,l occna- '"WoniWe bo.rdmg-Mbooli for young la
firerienccd' He was notable to reoall thP I . L 1 y 7 prolttnonal ocenpa diMjBttruoho 0I) the-ewin- maehiue be
.; .1 aI'0,?,,lV , , '0".l'dhiB political duln-a to make the . f , ,. brgICi.e. ICl2ularlv tau-l,t
lime or the occbmoh A- he thouplt thus, ronti(u(ion ,Fe 0,.jrft ol Ll6 profoundc! i' . n It 3 !S
"" J-ee came iu irom the Kitcmn. ann ta-
and iaw that it waa tbe bosom of a hirt.
which the wa Hitching neatly. lie knew
that it was for him that he waa at work.
" Praif-e jour wife." The words were
before the ti of bis n.ind and he could
i-.i. .7 , , ' U C0U"1
V A , at - . j ... J'" Le V8
he itittrpri ted to mean ill nature, and
kino her work-lmsl.,., frM1 . ,.m I "noJ,DO """ uc ' " V ' ' ed upon by the ari
.ii i , . . peculiar reverence, aa a ..ovcuaui oi ctnon, , ,
it on the table, and Bititnr? donn without if . . . v ' ,t .t : . ...a ; wcfpeaKinai
i , ' 7, . , , i netween tne h.i inucrs oi iui Lieut on-, iu- t - ,;rA
r"k,.ng.' 7 ,07- M-.a- edj crcasi f,nii, , elttt,.tJu that re-' l"T";pVrfe
in nuiuie ne nu iiu j aut i.cu. ins ryi-a nn q f,ulc soveretfltity. lie looKia upon itiu
upon tbe iiewapapcr that lay fpread out I e- rv i,izn t ion ot the-e si parate independent
fore him, and he read the rei.tci ee : n public of diflVrcu ristca, dilTereiit age.
"A kind, cheeiful void, apoken in a SIid l.j.tnrirs, liifl'-nnt geographical poi
glctmy home, is like the rift-in a clcud that iotls ond i(,eu' iurrests as furi.i.-biiig a se
lets themm-hire tbrouph." leuritv of innr nreiisMe value for a vri-c and
Lee etruoolcd witb Lin.clf a while Ion -
Iper. 1Mb oen lii i.titure had to tc con-fjiji-n
d t)rt ; Lis nor!y, ai euait.p -pirit hart
i to he suhdm d. lint he a c tnit j: ti(.-ht,
lai d at last pot r'pht as to w ill Next came
1 the questian as to how he should I e. in. 11
thoupl.tof many ih.i.ps to sy, jet l.-aied i()uil r,J,t t',i ; tl .-ir j. alouy cf in
to sev tl ni, lest his wile fhould tueet his ; j: I . . i0 B li&rmonioua
; cdvat cts with a cold rebuff. Al last lean PttI,oie. e ,,e v er w iirhed the two J rinci
:it)g tow aid her ai.d taking hold of the ; j,,,., noain-t eaih i ;ber ; he held th'in
lii. en hoscm uton which she was at crk, j cf)-)p, mn.tul to each other, equally aud
i he said, in voice cartlully moderated i'h ' ,.uj., ,,,.; j tit,,) B(,( epscntinl.
'ku.di.os. I hut r,. i,eJ one hriL'hlsturrv niyht, tobe
" You are doirg that work very bcauti
j Mrs. l.ee made no rifly. Put her ht.s
I land did not fail to obsi rve that she lo-t,
almost instBtitly, that, ri;:id inctuess with
1 ieh she had been sitting, nor that the mo
tion of hi r nrt dle hand ceased.
" .My shirts are letter Diode, and whiter )
than t!,cse of any ether u an in our shop,
said I c, crecinaged to go n.
j " Are they?" Mr Let's vice was low,
and had in it a slight hu-kincss. She ri;d
t ot turn her fare, hut her husband saw that
she leaned a little towards bini. He had
hrckni th'oiigh the iee of reserve, and all S,ptcmc, w hich impels that planet on- ! against pardoning old Hrown. Assuming
was easy row. j ward, ai d it would plunge iu hideous ruin 'that he wasguiliy of murder and iu-urrcc-
His hand wns among the clcud", and a frrm tl0se leautilul ski-3 unto the Sun; tiun, it argut as lo'.low s : l'unishtneut iu tha
few feeble rays were already smuggling tSte nwav the central action of the Sun, ' goi erLu ; nt of (jod and mau riots Dot
through the rilt it had made. j 8U(j (hc n'ttcnJ ant planet would shoot madly spting liom a spirit of revenge. It is tho
" Yes. Mary," he answered softly ; " and f ,,,,,, jls ,.,c ; urgtd atid restrained by t!.e ( li uit ol love. Love dt inaii'ls that one who
I've heard it said mere than once, what a 1 ai,i,red lorci s it w heels its eternal circles , has made war upon society shall die.
good wife Ai.diew Lee must hive." through the heavens." i'hilantLiopj , the love ol man, the love of
Mrs. Lee turned her face towards her jjjs" reverence for the Constitution led j the human late, the love ot the greatest
hm-land. Tin re w as light in l.cr eye. Put ,:, t0 n ,.ti,iate a woik iu which the history number, ri 'pnres that murderers be pun
there was something in tie expression of the 0f jt, formation '"' adoption should he ished, a- t.ou, w ho is love, ordained. And
'countenance that a little puttied him.
cf tl.e tal,e where his wife, was sittine.
,pen Andrew, it would do me good ." And
Mrs. Lee arose, and leaning her face against
the manlv breast of her husband, stood and
What a strong light broke in npon the
mind of Andrew Lee. Ho had nt ver given
to his faithful wife evrn the small reward
of praise for all the lovirg interest she had Webster directed sp. eial atteutien to all
manifest! d daily, until doubt of bis love former leagues and confi deracits ot mo l
bad filtered her srul, and made the light prl, aM) 0nci' nt times, for lessons and ana
around her thick darkness. No wonder thfi j, j,,, 0f vocouragement and warning to
her face trrew clouded, nor that what he bis countrymen, lie dwelt much on the
considered moodiness and ill nature took Ainphietyonic league of Greece, one of the
possession oi ner spirit.
"You are good and true, Mary, my own
dear wife. 1 am proud of you 1 love you
and my first desiris foryour happiness,
Oh if I could always see your face ;n sun-
shine my borne would be the dturcst place
" How precious to me are your words of
love and praie, Andrew," said Mrs Lee,
smiling up through her tears into his face,
" Witb them in my ears, my heart can nev-
er lie in shadow.
How casv had leen thework for Andrew
Lee. lie had swept his hand across the
fl"tjlv horizon of his home, and now the
; t ri "lit sunshine wn strean.ins; down, and
flJ0(iiig that bom" w ith joy pud beauty
ClT.E I on iMvt ni F. Miehelet. in his re
u.arkalle bo. k. L'A incur, mentions the fob
lowing novtl method of curing the disposi
tion in married couples to become s. paratt d :
"In Zutieh in lie clden time, when a
qnatrcNrmc cou 'e applied for a divorce, the
n,,.istrate rerer lisUtiid to them. Pefore
, i- .u.. t... t.,l-..J ,., n
ucctuit:g upon mo i sc tic n.-tnt "r
for three davs in the same room, with cue
plate and tumbler. Their food was passed
in to them by attendants, who ueitber saw
nor spoke to them. W hen thev came out,
....i .. ,..! e.f ila a. t.ritiu r of them
.1 io be divorced.
SHIlir. I1! Ml't IMi On the opei
ie. llaitmoiith and I'oihay rM,r
the w; ;.im n . ii, ployed iu oonsiro'
'me were cnttitaiin il at uini'. r. ti e
...mi. ... - .- -
! at Hie I' a se a .'.,. . ovu ..........-. ..., . i
I dicul.r height. It weighed 'J.100 lbs., and
i its mpreuicuis were j u s. t,. ....u. , . . .
of bread, 3 lbs. o
; currants, Ii?-. U s- ol
U.S. ot raisins, i;-i .us. . i
suet, !." lbs of mi'.d
I It was baked in sections and then built pp.
the fabric being kc, t together b, hoops and
other mechanical device
A l R11.I HN. l ew in-,1 ..u noi ,
of the vastnes. of a trillion. Not a trillion,
. . l- .... .I.a..l alnai ll.o nee.tinn nf ,
01 sfCODU uas tip - s "
Adam, nor wiil that number elapse until jj
Feburary I, A. P. -J-V-M 1 In a trillion of. '
-eeonds are 34,5l0.r37 years, 3i days, one,'
hour, !." miuutis and M sccon Is. i - l1'1 f3
....j j j: ' i. :J ii
occt be cotttleteil It nH the inoct important
dociitnent ever pi nned by the band of un-
inapi.cd man. 1 reed not tell jou that this
revt rerce lor the Con-litution as the cove.
I , . . i - i
central idea of his political ay-ten., hich,;
howevtr, in thi,,aa in all other refpects,
ithnry Ini)I1 ca) p0-iMy value it. the principle
, , iic, .lt .an.inintraiion of local afl'tura,
and the proticiion of imlividual and local
tiiil.ls. Put he resided as an approach
to" the .c i ft prion of political wisiicm, the
inouldiip rf these separate nl.d iiidcpcn-d.-tit
sn.i r. i.-tities, with H their trine ol
, w ;);;,, j CUie ith him, at a lute hour, frt in
I . ,.- , . . . r. .t.:.
V. was in tun view.
we iieseenuea t aptto. ni... a
ly pursuing the train of thought which lie
had been enforcing in the Senate, pointed
toiheplam t and said, " Night unto night
howi-th knowledt'e ; take away the inue-
' . c .t. 1.....I -r
rem eiit orer. einauatlllC irom iuc imu. i
traced, its prinei les untoitled and explain-
ed. its aiiaiOi'lt't
with other governments
tnc. siiirnted its rxnatisivc fitness to nroinote :
the prosperity of the country for ages yet
n ,,, a , h-.ni.d nnu ma iiiaiiit o. ins ,
,,, i,,,' had Ion.' flowed in this ehsnnel. I
Ttj,. tuhjeet was not only the one on which ,
he had bestowed his most eartuest parlia-
' met tary t ffoi ts; but it formed the point j
0f reference of much of his historical and ,
miscellaneous reading. He was anxious '
to learn v- but the experience of mankind
taught on the subject of the government,
;., av HeTee rest inbliti ' our owu. As our
fatht-rs iu forn;ii " the Confederal )n and
5ti the members of the Convention
..i r J iU fVn.iiiuiimi. and esre-
tnc t apttui ai iiBMiiu;.. ia Qrn to ; cultivate all tl.iiijesi to oiodera-
i.,g debute, in which be had been speaking. U Xo , r,tctlo.,, no matter
at no great l.ng.h.hut with much J, j what it ik ior w I. ieh she baa a talent j drawiug,
t.ess ,,d w s.rmth on the subject of tbt" 1 on; tIlUM0 , ...t.roi.i. ry, housekeeping even
stitmiw, a .forming a united poverr,m. i,t r ( , bo,d of kt hef
i- r.ai.it . nil i r. snintui: nu uu..-..a. -
eially Washington studied with diligeuce put themselves on the hazard of tbe revo-
, tie organization of all the former compacts lution they had begun. If others cao find
0f government, those of the Netherlands, an cause lor pardouing such crime, we
-r s iirorlaud and ancient J-cece, soMr.jcahu.it.
confedi rates to which me iraineis u u.
Constitution often referred, and which is j
frcq.icnt'y spoken of as a species of federal I
n-o-ernment. Unhappily for Greece, it bad j
claim to that character. Founded ori-
j-jnally on confraternity of religious lites, it ;
w;l expanded in the "lap-c ot time into ai
00Je ,l0j-,jcai association, hut was destitute;
0f Hi p0Wers of an organizid (fficientl
government. On this subject Mr. Webster
0,i a remark in G rote's "History ot
ieh struck him as bung oi ex
....... ....nificiiiice to the people of the-
Ut. in d States. "Occasionally, "says Groto, ,
"theiuwss a partial pretence icr tne im
posit " title, bestowed upon the Amphicty
onic Frantic bv Cic.ro, Commune Grt.-c.e
Concilium,' biit we should completely una
int.rrrtt Grecian history, if we regarded it
a, a federal council habitually directing, or
And now. saiJ -ir.
U . hsu r " comes a vassa
he written in i.ttcrs ol pom ot r i.ii.
door of the Capiiol aud every State
ture; "Had there existed any such lom-j
mure (V nei'.ium oflo'etablo wisdom aim
p i.rio.i-m, and had the tendet.cies o ..o :
!,,,.-. ' j ..t,!a of adiit.tlUi
Hellenic iiiinu i"' " v..( -s... , c
themselves to it, the whoie course of later
(jr,cia lli-torj would probably have been j
aurfd ; the Macadoniati kings would have
rf niHir.i d only as r.-pcciahle m i-bbors,
v .I....r .ii'iziti. n from dreece, :
d exeieisini: thttr military .-nfrgics upoo j
Trnciatis and 111-nans; while ut.n.u ne.ias
mi ht have maintained her own teintory
:int the cu uei ing
and patriotic f. ueral govei i.ment
w nn I it limr pre.-e
il Greece from the Mace
. ..... i l!.,..n loeions
,..,.. cal aud t tf.eial ut.or
time suit ..it nnu "o ie.su. r
for the ex. cut ion of his meditated work oil
,u- r..a..t..,imi alii, me whit h.a- he would
have treated it, tracing it hack to its histo- (
:.l fountains, and trwar'l.-l to its ( ro
-l,,; seen. s to nit. in the wide range
! ol its topics, to embrace higher and richer
: elements of thoughts, for tbe Am.riean
i statesman and patriot, tl.au any ol:,ei not
directly tonn.ctt d wi.b the .p"'tual ei
I fain of man.
Hekbew gEKil..-.r. Altrcd Lolmsou
r n..f...l I... in his rossessiou a Hebrew ,
Ol inni'.", '""
hich is supposed to be more than
ou.an.l years old. They are worth i
t . . j ...... .
unraLle woman of whom
every joung lady who ia to
should have it in her potter
ne of the aewintzmachiue lo
. .,.,,, ne ,.,uirct. if .t,.
j (iLou)d tot filld u g ue(jl H gie MJ of
not do) ,Q VWJ)oy hg 0BU LgIjdij upon
: jt jor hc yJ ltr (ali,y To , JQ
rural iici"bborhood, particularly,
. , , . .:flll .,rM .ar,,,rn.
i t,gd ,h".
machine which ib " equal to
u?e ot it ii a most valuable part eveu of a
" fashioduble educatiou." Let as add, aa
coirohorative of llie above, an extract from
the lately pullish"d biography of Lady
" In a lilt a irtt conversation Mrp, Hall,
on the stiljeet of some joung ladies who
had bten sundet.l- herelt of lortune. Lady
Morgan said, nitli a n phatic wive of bcr
dear old gt,t u fan. ' 1 hey do everything
that ta lushK liable i ) rrjulj, : theirsing
ing, and tit av-inp, and uaucing, and )atigua
gi, t . u.oti i.t to uolhiug. They were educa
ted to marry, and had there been time they
might have gone elf it i'h ud hereafter
f,ovi husbands-. Thy cannot earn their
on salt the) do not eveu know how to
dies tin iiiselves. 1 desire to give every
girl, no matter her rank, a tradi a profes
sion, if the oid plea?ts you better ; cul
tivate luit is necessary in the position elm
1 I Cl "lit ill cai i y u.c ill uut n nic '.'..
.i . . . ii .. . i...t. t;r-
, , , . j , , f
, ,,,,,, UII, IlcVcr went iu debt.''
, TllK IIeliuK 1'ke.ssos Oi.D UitOWN.
( J be e 1 ork t 'hi t ver, orgau ol tne UIU
c ..i. I ii... ,n,,,l
truiioui iicm icii.-i.i.....i..s6.-"
we tri mbic less iu view of lirowus mad
m aK tl.su we uo iu taee oi me laet niaa
there is abroad in the
land a seutitueut that
would shit id him and otht-is from the Just
const U'li-uees oi un :i ciuoti. ocu tuu-a
int-u embarked in this war upon the State
when they prepared guns for the white
n.eu ami a t hou-and spears for the blacks
to be used iu bmharous slaughter when
they imbrued their bauds in blood by ta-
king the first victim (an honest colored rnan
who made no resistauce but was only seeking
to escape from their hands.) and murdering
him in eold blood -w heu tht-y refused to lay
down their arm after being overpowered,
and cjiiliuued their mu-deious work they
threw anav all claim to compassion and
The CivrtNNATi Hon Market. Tbe
Cincinnati Puce ('urrctitof Weduesday has
the following remarks concerniug tiie price
Some eight or nine tltouin'l hogs
have been brought in, but owing to the
very mild weatht r little has beeu done. In
the'ti re part of the week 1,000 head sold
atCotithe s ot, averaging -!'J'.I pounds;
1,(1, (I head to he delivered from the ildth
to the 'nh of this mc::b, at -i 7-i j but as
the week passed ou the feeling became
heay, and ut the close buyers would not
offer over $" -ill, aud not very aux'.ous at this
rate, wh Ut some lot-1 were on the market
at tf.1 7."i without finding buyers. 'The fact
is, the tnaiket continues extremely quiet,
and tl ose wro aeai iu porkie,iu tuaimn
cial grammar," bears,' with fewer excep
tions the present than any previous season
smee 1--"I ; and as u contracts have been
made this sea-on worth notice, the interest
of the wh.'le trade is to keep prices as low
a possible. Hence there is powerful in
fiinr.ee to force prices down, ai d none of
c nsi iuetict! to toice 1 1. 1-in up. The re
verse ot this was the caso ia-t season. The
advices we have from tho country continuo
to favor a (. ood supply of pork, fully ten if
fiin ' rCt.1t'1 tl.r j,, pounds than
,he packiug Season
w i;l ruu illt0 j allUiir y, hogs will be fed
Wll.i.lv. TO IlaTURS II' ME The brig
l;1 ri0) tjapt. Ward, arrived at Providence
, s irom Mobile. W hen three days
out tit c;,i tuiti discovered a passenger
the shape ot a negro, about jears ui aj;--,
who had einuggled himself ou board pre-
to the sailing ol tne vessel. va-,
&TI ricognized bin. as a potter iu a
I.;!.. ,1,,,., re He v. rv soon ser, mui iu
work i Tbe pumps, which thj negro so litt'e
iiKed a- to be very willing to second any
, ilort 1 1 . u i might Le ma le to return him.
Ui.tu ill K'J' M't, the brig was hove to,
..,. . ,,li. ,t boat atreariti''. tha unwelcome
j,,,,,,, -. put ou board and sent home
He 'iiu not situ, at ail p.easea wim ms c-
p,-iicncc iu freedom, as his work was muen
harder thau he touud it at borne.
unrried lady in Loudm County, Ya.,
is -,,id to w.igb Rve hundred and fifty three
puti'ls. Her husband is a great lady s
VS baterer Midas touched turned into
gold. In ,l,e.e days, touch .man with gold
-ml he will t u . n ' o ")t'-lli