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The North. Carolina Whig willfceaffordec! toaotr
.criber. at TWO DOLLARS ii usance ; TWO
DOLLARS AN U nr VI l &H IB II payment 1
it the end of the year. Nopuper will te discm.
DOLLAR? AND I IHY CENTS if payment l.
tuiuvd ualilall arrearage, are paid ,e Seep t at the
0ti jn of tlie Editor.
..tdvarliaemenlsinaerled at One Dollar per square
(Iti lines ur lstt,t hia aisctl type) for the t'"u"f friends, yon dTcaerv. to tear your sorrows U pondered bin ad Condition, and vainly
Uon,d2ocentfureachnontinueiice. LourlaL i ' r . , J
.ert.Mment. and bl,nO-. bale, charred W Pr.a!-. - . - attended to devise a remedy. II must
ecn bightr and deduction fS4 per esnt. will .?!a$etie af silent' do ouieibing. tie eould not even pay bis
be inane from the ref ular pric.,foradverlieereoy J ' M TfoCf will go to tbl tonfirt, P?r. Cl?f- week's board, wbe i il should become tTu8.
the year. Advertiacmenle inserted monthly or ' f()rj ... !mmedite aetion Was necary.
quarterly , at $1 per aquare for each time. einl- . I cgDDof -Auathly
75 eeata per aquarefor eae blime. .... .
Per Jr. -he. send.n, , their edv.rtiaemeM. I '' J" . Cfl APTKiV II.'
. iu k.. ,.r ..,i.,.. ..,.1 or, J be young' lawier was in detp (hoijb!.
thry will to iDMrted aalil forbid and eliarged ae
.'..rtiin(ly. . . .
irPj.tiiiaaUra sreaatlioriard lo.elaaagtntj
" pddl your ova Caooe."
fi.yajer mpan l.f' atv,
'Vu funnel! be tree.
And where' let iuy ke,
PidJIe yeiif n new.
.Niv.r, Ik af It tlie inU ny te,-
fr.ilrr, nor hiek ;
Iljt a, n tle J.ii't vara
L.-4VS a aax-in Vtr..
l.i tt j wt litl fc'tra j aa
To the iilml thnre,
t ram ill auaay auaree hi. (oai
To relera aa mere.
Then let uul a hour' dciaf
C il, h le It ia eil?d today,
I'jdJlc Tiur o tin ic.
I! yHt hirtta Jc;-y jam Kc.lK,
L.jrtr til and pown,
f !unrl fjm aai l.ardy hcilia
Are a betur .
Sat if tiir.e wi'l mt aofBee,
(.iu'dea gam pi'ot ;
And l(na tne fl,ttc.o prii
TaJdle yvnt yuur own eimw.
Ni'th.a; (Till il I'ji'lty w,
Nuthir.f Han i
5frrf j -d il" J, eohly dar.e,
Wi'l iij t'-ie eul.
to llr, . ha u.'.e trytt,
All you will to da ;
Djiii'rn xieeti"i, ya met
Piaii n y ur un ('.
TIIE BELLE OF BOSTON.
BI T. ASIILKI WOUUmOtOK.
T0 YOtJNfJ LAWYER.
" Tbis IS JulieOS last nijjht ; you "ill j
il - .,..n " t...l th. tirau.
vrii.iuij tu .us .vwv.-, - -----
tiful Helen Ashley, to Kogeco tnBora, a
jouog linyer of U ston.
I do cot ktion ; I don't think I can go.'
replied tb.joung man.
L .. . ........
Jheni was a Mu.u opon ui.cure. ue ,
spoke, and be looked sad and eoulueu
m tnl Hot I sisb vou to l'o. Mr
Clifford," aaid the lady, gaily rallying biui.
" I should La glad to obey yoar com
Tbe young lawyer stopped short aod buog
down bia bead.
" Hut what F
" I do out think I can."
" Ho gloomy you are, Mr. CliUord 1
Your long face, is uot ery complimentary
to tbe ladv ia whose presence jou are."
' Fardon me, I am saJ," repiwid Eugfoo
attempting to smile.
Helen Asaley a br.gt.tcouuien.oco ,or .
moment wore an eipre.on ol sj.i.pa t.y,
ana .he looa.a almost .. ..... uo
liut, as if conscious tU.t aueu an PP-,
auce oo her part was bctraviug a stronger .
int.re.lin bi.u than abeoaredTto
she blu.hed at the thought, aod resumeu
bcr cheerful counwnauee.
....... .l-..i I I . ...I Inn era ,
liy mouiu j - j
young, jon ought to be gay ; you bate uo;
sorrotvs, you ougut to no cuecv.u.. ,
'Nsy, Mi-s Asley, 1 nave sorrows
turned Eugene, who-o quick eye bad not
failed to detect tha blush aud the expres
sioo of sympathy on the part of bis com-
P,bcn' t ...nno. Laughed
eert sorrows, I suppose, Aughe.i
i'iflrJi l 1
- UM .2r-
" Not in lote. bot sad I What b ttBosfr-
iy r . " ,
. " You must not question me."
" Yes, I will!"
I -Must ndt answer, iter.'
" Do as you please," said tuo lady, end
;t was sufficiently evident that bcr confer-
1 . , . , .
,"".0' " becoming embarrassing Io biro,
j " by are jou eo sa4
" 1 dare not tell you. "
" "0 7 Why, we have beerr friends' from
childhood, aod rf you cannot confide in jur
sad apparently fuueli .t'Halcii by tbe htu
dea eiuotious of bis be-o
I lll then He rrpfte'i i isff, ait a S3Q-
den appearancp cf d. ipftnirtaticn.
hug. ne t.iffjrd look ht learo of tbe teril ugeoe' effiee on tbe fallowing morn
: beaulllul ac t r I one of tbe fairest ard wear- jnj,,
, llict of the iaidi.ns of ljo4too-s( fair " Vo I!" replied Eugeef attempting O
' that she bad long reigned ae " J'be iieWt of tmt. " .
iBoiou." Are jou ?ck ?
! Fixing bis gale upon tha (rroand ' !ba Js'o."
youn,' lawyer returned wittt peniiro step
t Lis office. On bis arrival at, tbe little,
, ii!f furnished spsriui'-ut wherein hi had
( for ctcial acets vainly waited ibe appear-
snee of a eluiit, he tbrew bim-lf into
chair, and mih a heavy aigb covered bis
face tth bo. b hit bauds.
" I'overtr !"' elimcd be, with a pesture
of inipaOFbee a he ror-e from bis chair and
etlkd veral t iui ri) aeroa the cQi'-c. " I
aas tbe victim! Oh, God, ahy hast thou
coc.-aki n tun .
Agajri Je threw l.'me'.( iftta the chair,
inii 4 i.a r. ui : iitl v w run jr (tout i. is tout
. Itearl by Mie oicra he lining pressure of
'. wor. iiJ don Lis cbci k
1 uii iroei liporkl a pait moucaie,
lir) r't arced it fjr oeje mouii'Sls with pain
'fat cmoOoa. Yheii iiely opemue it, be
ook out a bai.k tuM. and unfolded it.
j Ona slaliarl Only a dollar, and my
' f.AUT dollar," a.iid h-, in a 4epring toiie,
"and 1 Lauar nvt where tbe UiXt oue is to
' iiui. t;eiitly tpen the bill, be sat iu j
'tunefied KXr-t Ue was h lone wilb
Jlei. u A'liiry. lie laved her, the rieb and
(io'i " liclie M fixton "he, a poor laar.
jrr, ri hiri eat at n Crt client J
'1 fi-j pas-ion sreuird like undue' to birn,
au-J iuor! lfca eiww b LJ received ts go
00 mote ifiie ber prowMi.
1 Ah, It f ay rcsa',-S, but the re0
! luttoti was traced in nod. He had not tbe
airmail to reaiit the allurctucD! of bti
j Hon ofieu a ho bad thou-l.t of ter in
the) I outline ot lit deserted ofiiee. had be
! wished h bad been u bear; ay, a beg
i(!r, that he iifiht woo nd ia her in her
!rag! .Sue e rich, and ber a'.l'u was
1 an iuuioiouutab'.e barrier to their future
I And jrUbe m a kind to him She treat
ed biui with even cvo more cotisi deration,
tbao th gay throng bo crodd around
Ler, anJ vied with each other for the boon
c-f a in:le unr She blushed when he
'cauie ; he njected tie locieiy of the rich
aud the fnircui for his; tbe ace. pting his
baud alter the bad n fused that of a dcten
j What more could a bver desire of bis
;mitrras? What Hror;er evidence of tbe
condition of bcr heait could she render,
j even had be been more exacting than he
jwaa? They had been friends . from their
childhood, and be had loved her with a do
i notion that knesr no limits for ears. Uji
' be had never
ken A love, never uttered
'teU a word I hat li.ibt be coo'tr ued lulo a
declaration or a touti-sMoii.
ll lgr ue
Cuff ird s father was a wea thy
in former )ears, but ben the
1 fc ifW,ai U ,.rofr,MO.
I,; mdies, u.isfoitume wituok bim, an I
j bo died iurOive.nl
Eugene -aa kit . i.bout a , e..y , and w;,s
for a tiiu eomnell. d . at.aiMioti his .iu It. s,
r tj ' to otl,lu , MVrll
lid retort to teaching to otl-.lu
Lood. Ibe bnl T rireau. of f.iture difino
lion still haunted his i -ntliusiastio soul
The It gal prole"loii as I tin highway to
wealth aud famo and be ha'i i-l bis heait
upon beceming a law)cr. l'o Mich a mind
as his, to iil as to do, aud by the most
determined energy and a If cucnuae, and
the practice of a rigid economy, he saved
moory euougn to Qiiistt li s couioc.
lie was oi'iiiiiie.i 1U.111U Dm, vp"v..
haoflce. His lunds were then dwindled
., , . v ,, , ,
down to bu appa.lnu condition; but hope
burned bii-ht in bis bo-oui. and he patient-
'l Iv awaited the appearance of the clients who
I 1 .... r. .
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. hXifVtu,e. ul uio,ov was all
, . . .... , a Um1 frifI1(!.
,:,,,,,, ,ullW hU ailuation
Uhl dollar!" aaid ho pl6omily;
oo m y cou
. , , , ,-
out , ,ixpt ,10a iut pocket, to sit
j s 0 briliiDt performance of Julien,
uu,r tlvulioi oflb3 beauty
,We, 'could not make bim entirely
fJ bls penniless oouduiou. lie was sad
f " " "P'l of '''''lf'
.t .f uU (o Ml
an ice cream after tbe couoert," thought he.
Tbo thought was appalling. He could
not :,trt a.dl,rwas Jo proud and
too noble to ,., b. bad Uf. b t
bcino, or lost it, or t ase any lying" subccf
fuge. Fortunately bis friend, Efefl Westly a
married coiiin of Helen was with ber,
and bad secured a damage. After the
concert was over, be banded lifer to bcr seat.
As she took bis Land Eugene felt, or fan
. , . , ...
cied be felt, a slight pressure,
His heart leaped wha emotion bct.be
had not a dollar iu tlie world, and tbe bcau-
tiful heiress was out of the question,
Seeking bis bumbls lodeing, be gtotrin-
r f, Cliffjrd, bow sober you' look f
7'0n u,y 0ul your face is as long as a coun-
tt. prnon," said Lei Wemley, aN be en
" Loot a ease I
" Never had 'one to loose."
This was a mortifying conf?ssioff to te'e
.Ltah piriteri jouri: man; but he bad ar
rived at that deplorable condition whn
fi0e words ere ot no avail ts nemfy the I
Kh ! I supposed you were doir.g a rush-
ing busiuirfs," said WestleT, i'h apparent
Vht iiiide you think to T"' I
I dnn t know unie.-s it be that NVil aavs !
tuU will one day fc'1 preidtfit of the United j
She flitters me '
' i here it, Eugene !
aid lien, sudden-
y( t4 he slapped the young lawyer oo the
" Vou are in love !"
K iireoo tried to laugh, hut be '.juld not
You are iu love with ray pretty con-in
I bave bcu a dolt lhat.l never thought!
of if before ' '
In love Hiih Helen Asbly, tbo heiress I",
tain i.iigrii.-, ru a nu,
4 Why not "'
" Jbn," aa'.d Cojine, w th sudden aud
tertlit. eo-pha. -t-, "l "t a"Titr I"
"Hilt' Sj 'a uy grcit gr and mot he r .
I have uot von a riollar in tte arorld."
J.l bat eay pa u-ed 10 tell me, when
I kuew he dad tiiou-atids in bank I"
' I am not jei-ting ; it is the truth." i
esi.ey nm .i ... ...... ......
a r lor a uion.i u. as thouch be doubted
. . 1
tbe trutu of bis i-tateuieuts.
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It is a fact. 1
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"No! and ,lkna eyes atuck out like
iso lt'.U ciS'llci Iron a new cheese. j
f. , . . , '
,'iou ID (ovo, 100, ik'D, uere tie i
uiseriea in tbe same breath, either of which
is enough to arup uie ; for love and pee-
erty cannot ride the same donkey," replied
Eugene, trying to be pbilopuieal. .
" Then v-ou il ) love Nell."
' With ail :v oul ; but I mean to lesvo
the eity, and never more tru-t myself iu
her pretence "
Keseiie, voa arc a tool !
"C-uI, who have not a penny in tbo
world. oo the liello of I5iston ! '
' (Vrtaiiilv vou can niv dear fellow. To
my ir.iuking you .ie - -e , ........ h
lorn, aud worthy to take tbe hand of Ne.l.
"Thank you, lli-u ; kbe would laugh at
me, perhaps d.'-pi-e mo, 1: auu anew oi my
Not she; you do not understand her.
Ujt "Kelle,'l bajf forgot that I came ou
"Uusinessl'' said Eugene, biigbteniog
"Just so j if you never bal a eai I
nball have the p i a-ure of giving ycu tho
first one. nut, UtAecnyou ana ale, it ts
a hsrd one to manage.
" I will Ho my best "
" Anl it you g t it, it will pay well
' What i it."
" Y'ou rjiiiember I old a fatm ou
WatetloAli about to years mice !'l said
lieu, fixing his gId with agreat deal cf ear
nestness ou the ouug lawyer.
" I do."
" I sold it for four thousand, and the
purchaser paid me oue thousand, down,
and he has riuco paid me five hundred
"Just so ; the fellow insulted mo when
" a J
sworn to be revenged ou bun.
Eugene looked m aurpriso at bis friend
H did not souud like bim to peax ot re-
.......... 1..., I,,- oi In fiu.l. a ii l in A
ice, and he .aw iu earnest
" What do you propo-e to doT"
I mean to (ii-possess bim of the farm,
"id Westley, ui.l.jr.i.ntly
" How can you do it! '
"Look at the papers," continued West
,roaintf m buUli;e of documents uPn
.. ..n, .. yn ,h., hu l.i. PJre-
way, These pspera are n.n worth a straw,
A u ,iM w tic,e of esjdeuoo l0 fh0w
tho payment of the fifteen hundred dob
Eu?ene looked at the papers aud acqui-
f,e.d io tbe position of hi Srieod.
" y "e0 1 L" Liin' donl Jou T ' "ld
Wcst)ey miA 88TBge ,mile,
.. do "
I want you to commence a suit to eject
bin. from the farm. Yoa can go out .h.
and ,P,ke a b-gmnieg to day
Tbema.ba. acted rrgcotl faith, bu
" No ; I went out to get my interest, and
be was not ready. 1 told came on pur
pose for it, whereupon he abused me, told
me I half cheated bin), aud more of tbe
same sort, wbTob 1 wMI not endure from
'fSurely, Ben, you would not take ad
vanjle of such a trivial pretext to ruin
bi"t . . . . - .
" I will ; I don't mind toe diodey ; but
I will (each hiui better manners."
" i'ou are tot hard, lien."
II V. .. I HL . tl.o Rr. V.frJA '
Wlit'.i you get huu out. .
fiiiecn nuoarea aonarsi t nai a sum
for bim in bU prencoi necensity ! It would
pUcu Inn) beyrrti" te reach of einbarram
hi en t. Jt enubli) him to gH a Bri foot
bold in his profession.
" Aud, Kuirene, I will pay you ifvo ban-
dred now, as yoir ere rtor!."
Five hundred! his heart leaped at tbe
thought I Jiut tbe servioe be was called to was fired after a short interval, wb'-n smoke j proclaimed by tuo President, for the pur
render wsw wesu and contemptible. To was perceived to burst through tbe port j Pe of reimbursing tbe loyal citizens of
ake advantage of an oversbt in drawing '
up tbe piftrs to ruin a man on a mere body of flame. T.Ho sbp was en fire saw state ir.ay direct ; ana cm lourth ebai!
legal qu'bble beias-ie be eould" not prove, i rfs soon as the Ere was observed, the Stork I al' e pui orcr to said Stato a a fuud
a payment which Westlcy con fesstH lad "lipped her mooring, steamed up to tlie ! colonization or emigration from,
ceisi doly made. 11 is soul revolted from ' head of the Uudaunted, end eit the Cre'saiJ Stito of any frco person of Afrioan
tb mesniiess, and he could not become a , cnginu to work. S'ignaS wcri aNo made j descent who may dtrsire to remove tbero
party to il, poor, peunilees, trtarving, s lie j to send a body of nren fros the Excellent , from to Ilayti, Liberia, or any other tropi
m as .' I to man the uoatin fire cngiue, acd f the ' cal Stato or colony. National Intelli-
" lli-rc is the five hundred !"' said Kon. J Verne t Government tug. to tow up with all dg"C r-
taking the amount from bis pocket. '"Put h aate to the rescue. Suc!i, however, was ! '
.i.. .... .i . u- ...." tha ,i.y ;.. r ...','.,n ;rnn ,i...l
IUG .Lg iUTu-L, r., jv
iTc.tley st-emed to tnke it for grsrted (
ready i prriurii nie m'.iiiuj.
" H n. I am poo, . Lrr-r.. but I cannot ;
Ho ihi-h.-' said Kuer.e. "I cun'ot btl-ve '
i. t .i- :..
that you really mean o do u:U a 00 ward
1 Heed," ,
he lip of ieti-y curled with contempt. ,
" Not do it I returned he, ec dly f "very ,
,, , . . ,, ' i
we . there are ethers who uul." !
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1 cannon .uio., utu, 1 jeu,:"-...3 "'; "UU-M!U
01 I uauus, poyreu ions anu ions 01 wilier upou
' r.baw ! l'ou'li make yoJ fortune one !the burning tiir.l-era, and io twenty iiii i:e!
of ti tan day," cueered Deu. J'hefire waseiiblued. It is impossible to
" I can oie poor, but honest tlferj.'' . ! attach too nuch importa-iceTo this undoub
' You are a - fool !" replied West-; ted proof, of wfjat a nun boat, Sited out
ley, as hs lurnod upon his bee!, and left !
the office, apparently in a violent pas-ion. i .
lie l a I lost lefi West'ev, ofce whom ha
had aiayi esteemed and honored. He
h d madi Lis ion, and perhaps with Lim,
: i...t io.t Helen Ashley.
"No no .' 5be ro jld i.err coontenanre
such a i Uinous act. She would respect
him ail the more that he refused to bicome
the acuomplico of nueh a ph ce of treachery.
Du: lose Den Wcstley, lo-e 1 lei mi A
i ; ,,
" " V . i IT
iu ibe future, he could Dot etmu Lis vriiti
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11 . 1 r... t .,,,, 1 ,i
lis. I an hour after boa returned, and
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tried to pnrsuade him to accept tbo case
Evidently he hd reflected thit lie bad be-
, . 1 j . ,,.
irayeo ins aecrei, tun mauc awi tuow-
lednieut that mi.'bt be used agaiust bim.
: liat all bis entreaties and threat were una-
Ivailiu; Eugene would uot take tbe ease.
j c'iitiord watched him as he left the office,
j and s bim cross the streit and enter the
rooms of a notorious pettifogger, who he
doubud not, would gladly undertake the
cO.NCLUDtD I.N OUR NEXf.
Vir.itrv fA UTiru la R. Lawvera
somftunes very particular, i he otbej day
!Que tf tlli?e itfariie,j and -amiable gentle-
ll(el, Aa- wailed upou by a young man who
wi.ca 1.1s ad nee, ana negau nrgan Dy say
I ly f.ither died and made a wili '
I never beard of such
a tLiug, ajswered tbo lawyer.
'I thought it happened every day, said
'tlie young man ; 'but if there is to be any
dilEcu'ty about it, 1 bad better give you a
fec. i0 attend to the business.
'i'iio fee was given, and tbe lawyer obscr-
Oh I think I k.-ow what you mean
" You mean t:iat you'father made a will and
uati i'es yes; that mu.t be it V
KlD and CimiDnRATS. ' Widow
Mouintui, whit on it i r t li are you thiukuig
about V 'Noihiiig iu the world but my
(lfi'uited busbaud. Ho was such a devo
ted m .. i ; always briniuj; homo his little
kindiies.-es to me. I cool Iu I heip think
ing, no w, wiit ii I heard Mrs Brown's,
ss.iges Mztliug, about what poor Mr.
Mournful used io do to me. He kuowucd ,
I was fond of sassies, and be hardly ever- .
souiedever come homo iu bis life without
fetching me sassigvs iu his pocket. He was
ton J ot eg.s hiin-elf, an I woi d eckatioil
ally fetch a few of them for himself. Bit!
he was sure never to forget tbe sassiges ;
and aouietiiiies I'd ask, 'Simon; '.them's j
your e'u's!' J i' as lia as uot he'd been ;
a sitting on 'em V ,
Tux Ikisiiman and the Hill Ao
Irishman was tfoiog along tho road, nbcii
au angry bull rushed dowu upon Ii:m, aud
i : u a. l .,v. f..i, !
... ... f i- r-i.,
Tbe Irishman recovering from bis fail, up -
oo looking up a the bull pawing and tear -
iu:? uo the around, f ts is the custom ot
.! ...i.nul!, bereou Fat. suiilios at him.
, . a
If it was not for your bowing and
scraping, and yoar bumble apologies, you
L. .. t .-..,4 .hlV .1... . hi.t
oruie, isia, ni-t -- j
ibrewo ase er tais leooe on purpose
I A MWw.-F.r .,,
.k.. i-J.V. a aa '"0 PaP".
movement, of tb k. k'P' LUf'n thelf. diT' a in tha -ur. -ctiooary dis-
der to the Ercelleut, C
uaco for firinz shot with ni'ilteu in,.
, C. li. We stated aomj. ,T , 1 "',," c':r,1,1n ,;a8e, ,or
'u . . 'me mice thati this purpose. Whero owners hate aban-
Stork screw oun bo:t tenu c,. ,i i .i i i , 1,1 " ,D 11
. c . u i ' wa4 fittiii,! doned their-land to engage in tbe rebellion
at Portsmouth, i,njjlaui, f r , , . " . '
, . r- . i , -aod I the Lnitcd States at vendue, the Cotun.
. e . i i 'LfiODS pTopesod to be appointed may lease
plates of Bjcn thick m;-,, , i . u i . ,
, . , '"s same under such regulations as will se-
roof against 6"J pound c., , " , , ,
ti- i , . fjroper and rca.iouaMe cmn ovment.
that the Uudaunteri
prepared with iron plates
aa to render her proo
shot at 400 varda' range.. Ou Wedue.vUy
erening, tbe Stork went up the harbor an !
moored oo frorr? tbe etar btari ssae ot the
unuauntea vvv yarus. . a. inue m.oio i.
uuon, ane uumcu im
oem- oiso piacej on ooara me m,i,' - " JUMr,u'!1 the State whero-
warn all Dot oil.
At 1'2 :.), the first hollow sht, filled
with mdteu frcn was cVnohar-jt; fro.D-tbe
fftork and weut through both iron plates
and wood into the body of the ship, about
four feet above water lifles. A setoud !!ct
holee and hatchway, a.i'l in a few minutes
- r..v.. u. lu.,
tbo i doomed vessel was soon ene fe!id mass I
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i..hi. r4).tUiCu, iu n.u.11.. -u c.ua uiu
ohip. This was accordingly done.
After firiu,; sis rounds irto her between
wiu(? and a!er, down tiif went at moor-
:ng, leaving only the topskil of hc-r forccas-
tie deck aud poop visible. Tha wind being
fresh from the South east caused the toon
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to take Ere, but by this tune the powerful,
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like the Stork, can do ag-iinst tbe eiyemy's
lie-of battle ships.
I ' j E.nory li i'cj in that city.
I Things Abroad. t sec thai there seems , Ww have taken steps to ferret out tbo
I to be a geueral imprtsiiou iu tLe United ' couti.irei, and ia tlie meau'i ne would
iState that the recent overhe':u ng au." 'jruard the public a-aiot the swindler.
cesses of the federal arms, tbe taking of duVunnui Uepablicun.
New Orleans, and the opening of certain of '
the Southern ports, would effectually des- A gjo.l story is toid of the U'. Dr. Mul
trov tlie idea of inter Vi-n; inn on ihn tun ln ... 11 r 1
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01 rrance aua r..n4iaua. mose wi.o ttiiUli
eo would be undeceived by an hours re-i-
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denee in Fans, and an opportunity of cou-
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versing during that time with the partisan-'
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of tbe South ; end they forget, too, the as-
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tiou, seems to bave teen made .m ids tie-
gining by tbe governments of Europe iu
regard to our war; and that is that it must
inevitably end in seperation. Now, the
Southern parti-ans say, is the very time to
interfere. The North has sbowu its power
and the government has Sustained its bo.)
or, and the Sjuth gii'n evidence of their
determination to fi.-ht the North O.i'.ki -tee ;
and, in accordance with our original axio:u,
a separation must eusue. Iu tbe interest
j of cotton first aod humanity afterwards,
let us, then, interfere. This is common
conversation here, and Slidell and bis aids
Mr 6till workin
like beavers. J'arts for.
Mrs. Tod s Wish. A late number of
tbe Cincinnati Commercial roia'ei the fo'
iowing of Mrs. Tod, ibe alepmotber of Mrs.
Mrs. Tod, resident in Kentucky, was
present, with a female friend, at ibo Horti
cultural Rooms, on Saturday, aud a con
versation there aroe between be'seif and
several other persons, among whom was an
elderly gentleman, formerly weiUcqianted
with the Morgan family -that of whicn the
notorious Col. .orgauis a limb aud ihj
oonvertion turning upou Col. Moao,
abhorrence of his villanies was cxnre-ftd
by one of the party, when Mrs. Tod spoke
up, vehemently, " I wish there were a tiiou
aaiid like Johu Morgou!'' These are her
precise words, as given by a getitleiiiiu ac
qmiuted with all the parti,. s, ad to whuu
th. y were, as one of the group above allu
ded to, addressed.
Fatal Accident We regret io learn
that, on I'M Jay liiortiing, t L I . -s i i!i.: iJ.x
Hangers were un ier iii-.ec:iou oy Col. W a; ,
ker, at fjieeu Fon 1 S-aihn, Co irleslon au i ,
Sivaiiuah lliiiroad, a fatal ..ccideut o:car ,
red. resulting ic thii death of a member of i
that company. It seems mat the company
were uudergoiug an inspectiju of arm-, an i
private Liureno- K ivnaagli's carbine be
ing loaded, although tlu cip u r i imie J .
ibe piece bcoitue STineho eutaiii ed in th."
rein and was dirr);ed, the sll p.issiti,'
through tie bead of nrivalj f. W. C.4et:,
aut a-iiitn him lusUutiy. t-'iJ"",-,'i
1 LittlbGiri.. 'Fa, didnt you whip mc
1 ppa 'Yes, my child, you hurt him very
: much 1'
L ttlo Girl -'Well.' then. P. ysu ur
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d t k w it hjrl her. beotuse alio put !
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i un, tum .wu -v-.-
Cou.kct.on of Taxe i, Insukrectio-
i ary i)i3tuicts. The Uill for tbo collection
ts has become
It p-rovides for
nroper and reasonable employment.
J Mich p
or upon flu of tbe crop, of
a aui tiuniioi aj miy be re-
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i uiing upon
,re t0 v,e .j ,nt0 th
' " "'.f whio to be paid
ar' sll or ,j3 aut,,r.
! ized a;:ent, when such mfuru ,-QQ sj4 btf
I put down, and the peop!o tuM cject a
- L-?-is!stu-o and State officers, wu jfa
take an cath to support the' Constitute
tbs United dtates, and uoh fact shall u.
"a;" tie, or lor sucn oiuer purposes as
Beware u? a Pcr,.TvmiF.r, W f,.r
,iav8 i1Ijoeentl been n)aJe (he iostrcintn
cf a gross i:iipoition and sirindla on a por
tion of our readers. Sjuio weeks ago, war
received and published an advertisement
puipjrtijw to ci'iu from one II L. Emory,
a merchant of Wilmington, N. C., and of
fering fir sale pool thread, an artrcle in
reut demand. For five dollars, forwarded
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letter, lue aii vertiser engaged to furntah
itirouli the .t2pre.-s a certain amount of
tlio com.nodil v. Th
lady of one of our
ciz--us forwarded that sum. and after wait
i:rg for' a considerable time, no thread came.
She wrote to the advertiser, but no answer
came. Finally, she wrote to a mercantile;
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iiv'impoJd ou lor uo such man as li. L.'
-",'. o -i-'i n .- j ii (.'js.ur 01 01. r.imcn s
v-uuicij 111 .iew ur.eans. tie was Known
to be a bitter se';essi)nisi ia feclio". and on
account cf Ins well known bluutness of
speed, many of his friends feared that he
w&ui 1 Le one ot tbe tir.t consigned by Bat
ler to a dungeon. Soon after the occupa
tion of th-' city bv the enemv. ho w is sent
for by a Yankee officer to perform the bu
rial perv;c3 over oue of the Northern-
soldiers ho had died. To this request
Dr Mullen aceeeie). Tbo serrico be'ng
over, the Yankee ctEcer was profue in his
'x; re;sion cf thanks. The reverend gen
tleiii ni, h3Aever, cut the conversation suort
by hi ait ily iuormiug him that tb.'ro was
1.0 obiig4ti-3u it all in tbe matter, aud that
Le "wo i;d, if rccj tired, tike pleasure iu bu
rying the entire 1'ankeo garrisou."
Frcm FittDESirKSBURG. A gentleman
rccetrly from Fredericksburg informs us
that on Wellies lay, week ago, the liri.isb
flag waving over tbe Vice Consul's bouso
was torn don by i"aukee otBers. What
tbe ciuso for this outraga was our infor
mant was unab e to learo, but immoliatf
!y up it Mr. Goodriok, tl.e Yioa Consul,
Uenninde 1 a pis to go to Washisgtcn,
al.ich was refu-ed. Ou Thursday he was
put uuJer arrest, and fent to Washington
in that minner. .This high har.de-1 act oo
the run of the Yankees was strongly pro-
tested ajaiost by Mr. .5odri:k, aud in all
probability it will arouse tbe temper of
John JJull. Uyumoiul Dupa'ch, 2Ua.
A Dmrisii Was Steamer in tub Iiar
Bon (l' t-'iiAiiLLbio.t. Ou Siturday even
in', the 15ri. i-h Mcam sloop-f war Uacer,
C.ipf. L)u!i, crossed t!u liir, au I steamed
past For: Sumter into the Harbor of Char
leston: S:c no v lies at anchor eff tie Hi'
terj, a siiott distance l'ro:n tuo city whar
ves I: iscu.retriy reortel aud believed
th.t a F.c leh urn, of w.ir is eut-ide, and
will, likewise, pi-tsei.tly enter the harbor.
While entering the pirt. a shot wis
throm :ierosj tho bows rf ;h, K..cer from
the l!.:iui' I lottery. She displayed
her Col.-rs, a-i I was p T'U tted to proceed,
in ae.1 r,l .nee with or ! ts issued, aod w i'h
out si'utin oir fort' lie at'ious W. arc iti
formed that, by app'icution of tho Fritish
("oi,.! ae.-ici tid to tie Uoi'ed States
(ijiinui'ti.t, the t'.nfi derate Covernmcrit
his a--e:,!til to her iugres and egres , as
111 IT prove r?in' ijier.t, it ll.nl t t he e tiqueU J
cf reeo.'ii t our aithoiity in ourowu ;n
ttrs. Mi i'ti ii.
F,i AN-.-; ami Mtxiro. We luva it fro n
a Jiiu Jiico tha! alter t'io -'iieok at Fae
bli. thu Treoeli ar:uv bad j a-i.0r eucoao-
ter v. it'll the M.X ea:i-, :id wore Cjoip.eie-
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disiauce from tha eapital
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