1 t, 1
VV it t". , A .
ilorfl) Carolina dolum.
s ' -
WEDXESmV I'CC.'lll'llT 1 102.i
' 1 1 " ' "'
1 r WILLIAM THOMPSON E-q., U our a
n! ill Baltimore, authorized to ot'tjni advertise
incuts end subscriptions, ami to grant receipts.
J r E. W.CAItU, Ksq is cur hE. r.t in Phil idcl.
phii, cuthorifced to obtain udvtrtircir.ciitii and pro.
Il-J" V, II. Palmer, Ksip, is our nulhnrized spent
receive advertisements -nil su
Kcriptions at Ins
olficcs in lloston. New York and Pli
Philip S. While, Esq
This unrivaled Temperance Lecturer will 11
pealc in Charlotte at 1 o'clock on Thursday
the f th of 1-temlcr -III are invited to'i
attend, and especially the signers of the
memorial to the Legislature throughout the
county, whether Ladies or Gentlemen.
The communication signed le, and in
answer to C, is too grossly personal to find
a place in our paper. Bolides, it is not ac- j
c mpauied with the real name of the writer; j
a rule which we have established, and never !
oiart from. C, in his communication, I
gave us his real name, and onlv spoke of appears to command a creditable degree of
w n - v .i. a c t:. '!., ..... , , i
. v. L'cin ;i uctuiitsj j'utuiiiau. ;
Although C. W. C. may be a defunct poli- j
tiei:in," every body in his county knows biui j
tj he a worthy, clever sciitleiuan, and an '
,. .. ,
UMI.UMC11I 10 uis craiiiiv, x ue same may uc
said of C, in the fullest sens.', and we know
iii-i - it i '
taat he did not intend to di-prirage the per-1
soinl character of C. W. C in the least
Tle Supreme Court of New Hampshire
recently deci le! that the Temperance Law
of that State i uneou-titutionnl. Its pro
vision are caH to .imilar t the Maine
Annual SlorkholdiTs Mcfiinj.
We hare not heretofore given an aeeount !
ot the deliberations of the annual meetinj
(f the Stockholder's of the Charlotte and
Sjuth Carolina Hall 1'uai Company, which
assembled in Charlntte on ti:e l.th nit., for
the reason th.it until very recently we have
not been able to learn what the uietiui did
da, we now 1 ;arn however, that all that it
did do, was the re election of the old officers,
with the exception of one of the li rectors,
Mr. Hutchison of 1 ork I'i. trict ft. C. wl
Mr D of
' ' " ' ' y' '-'s
ere a great many mo-
declined a re-tltcti on.
the same Di trict was
111 hi- j .a . J here were a great tunny n.
tiona Jiicussed before the Convention, but no
definite action had upon any of them.
Since writing the above, we L ive received
the following account of the I'rocetiliujs; f
the meeting, from the Fairfield llegi.-ter.
Through the kindness of a friend, we ha.
oet-n iuriiisncii witu me loiiowmg sniiiiiiary : anu it is expeuient tlml t ougress shall ex
1. The old IS tar ! of officers f r the Road erci-c that power I'n icrersn' i improve.
have been re-elected, with tho cseeptiou of mtt'ts tire . rxsnrif tor tltet'tnuitoa drfetce.
Mr. Hutchinson, m lork, w ho deeiined
re-eh .-tion, A. JJ. .-'prings, L-rp, was elec
ted iu bis place.
2. A move was made to alter the present
schedule o as to connect with toe Charles
ton Road at Columbia. This failed by the
u.i..liou being laid on the table.
It. The next meeting wiil take place in
Columbia, in Febrtiarv, 1-ol.on which oc
casion. ?-tockholder.- ai; I their famiiies ill
be allowed free passage.
4, IJuaiio, Lime, Oyp-uin, Ac . nii! be
charged half price, when proenred for Agri
' N li'iid-. to the amount of SlOO.fKiO, or Tlc.ar Sag llcad'in this .State. Nfw 0'J,'! ' '
an- to be issued to mctt the ex;.eries of the IlooVv further. That the policy of - ..'nited Stat. oW 6.67.l33
P...aJ, besides the elljO.'iOO already Issued. : granting the public lands to actual settiers, outer Uold 13u,t)t;
i. The Keports w ere of a highly interest- -"'d of making large appropriations of the 7- -ing
character, but the pro-peel of Dividends ; same to works e,f Internal Improvements' "U riiuTra
remuius in l.h'; womb of the futu.e.
VkQ copy the following items of ntus iu
rr-gfiri TjTI.u t'aiii'leu and Charleston 1-ail
Itoad disaster, and the Freshet ut Augusta,
froui the l4ily 80 ith ('aroliiiiau. We may
aid thut we have learned that the freshet
lia- 11U j done great damage to the Green ille
Pail Hoad. This make- t ,v ice during this
year that this Road b n sofii-red in this way.
ur community , -.ine h: t Litniiiar with
tee uecurreii e ot 1 aiii' 1 i .-ci-ii.ut-. Was
-ijitb-d oil Saturday viith the biw.ik : t
of i."k hi. h Hi'.oi.ed death and ot
iU injury. The particulars ar- li. - given
iu the Parmer of Saturday :
" Lnt evening as the I 'aui'Ieti train pro
ceeded from tlie Junction; t r.vard.s the wa-t.-r.
c, the bank an! cul vert near C'arksoii
t irn o.it being i o-i-ued .y the v a-hing rain-,
the car-were pri-ei,it;iteJ OVer the bank.
The vencrabie Cl. Kiel.arJ singleton, and
his grand. sou 11 ibeil, -ou .-f ti,i: late Marion
lcV a:u, were iti.slan:i killed. Mr. Hrad
b-v, of Sumte r, i. , .i
sui a -.erious iitju-
ries that Lie life is de-pain-il
Mr. Mayraut. had a leg LroL.-u. A gei.thi
liiHii from New ork had Ins i .t e '. broken
Mr. Shiver, the baggage ma-t.-r. a, I rui -cd
I .My. The citrluetor, Mr t .i . Wj,
badly in ,n-. d. Two G'-riniih-, v In, . i. oi,
lie- run are missing, supposed to be '
nn I. r the n ck, A son.au bIiojoM i .. .
in the car haj not been aeeii siun , 'i'it.
1-tri .ii tw tisi44..t I. .it l !,. t.oiiti s SHil i.i,
' 1 - " r
si .. r ears wereda.hfd topueea. Aopa
ss u m rs i the paseeligcr car SI injured.
I !. Singli-trsii an 1 rauij-o'j wen- in the
'.', ' - M.
The culvert at Pry Branch, two miles
n., g.vw.;i ...s..t
I with a freight train. The Kugine got over,
but four cars of the train were thrown off.
FKESIIET AT AUGUSTA.
Augusta, Nov. 20,
Within the past day or two we have hail
heavy rain, which have extended into the
interior; Along the line of the (ieorgin
Itailroad heavy rains have fallen, and it is
apprehended that some portion of that road
have fullered damage. The water is now
runnin; on 15av street in this city on a line
with the feme of the upper wharves. The
river has risen .-ixteen to seventeen feet, and
is still rising about two inehes per hour. It
will, however, have to rise ten teet more be- j stock represented in this meeting ; who ro
fore it can reach liroad street. If about ported 353 shares represented in person and
four thousand bales of Cotton that were lelt
uPou -'e wharf awaiting shipment, all have
been saved in a wet state, except about two
hundred bales which united off. A steamer,
however, has been sent after them, and it is
anticipated that nearly all of then, will he
. , .
lllc Li SIMullirc.
As the proceeding of our Legislature
r v . .i i .
appear, at this time, to elicit the largest a-
j mount of interest in the public mind, we
will endeavor to give our readers a short
ynopsi of them, as they have transpired
in the last week.
The hill chartering the Farmer's Bank, to jesojvej Ij'ha't the President and I-ircc-be
located in Elizabeth City, with a Branch at ' tors (,f -he Charlotte and Taylorsville Plank
Greensboro, passed the Senate on Wednes- 1 Hoad company be instructed to suspend the
clay last by a c!o,c vote. Its capital stock m;lkillg o( ! further contract towards
is to be five hundred thousand dollars.
The bill to increase the capital stock of
the liank of Wadesboro was also passed on
the same day. -So also was the bill to char- j
ter a Bank in the town of Charlotte. So,
many applications frr Bunk Charters are j
fair indications of a growing spirit of thrift j
and enterprise among our people. !
The subject too of internal improvements !
nil! SOiicuuu? ui uic iJtsii.Maiui v.
The bill chartering the North Carolina
and Atlantic Rail Road, to commence at the
terminus of the Cenfal Road at (ioldsboro
anu run IO ueauiort on I ne sea-uoaru, as
passed in the House on Tuesday last by the
. . n". i ... i
casting vote of the speaker. 1 his bill hay- ;
in t received a large support from Western
tucinbers, it is expected by them iu return
that the Kasteru members will support their
proposition to extend the Central Road to
the Tennessee line.
On the subject of internal improvements
geuoral'.y we commend to the favorable con
sideration of our readers the noble stand
which (Jencrul R. M. Saunders, the uUtin
euished democratic rcpreseiitath e from the
I f W..I-,. 1.. ...1.... .!.
ivuuinv.il .. i, ua lauiu .siiu.. ... mo ,
following preamble and resolutions intro-
duecd into the House by himself on Tues
Mr. U. M SauudeM offered the followins '
resolutions, which, he said, he de-ired should
be laid upr.n the table that they may be
taken up and considered with tho-e offered
hy the gentleman from lavid.son. He offer
ed them, that ths seiitiinerits advanced bv
hi in yesterday may not be misunderstood,
misrepresented, or perverted. They arc as
n licri:1''- tliP Ieinoeratic Convention at
lialtimore resolved that the " constitution
,!oc.s not confer upon the lieneral Govern-
nient the power to eonimence and carry on
a general -v-tcm of Intern:,! Improvements,"
and '' that the proceeds of ths Public La
li,.,l ....il.. , . i;.l . .1 .: 1
fiiied iii the con-titution.'
W be re a
the Whig Convention resolved
" that th f c iistitutiou vests in Congress the
power to open and repair harbors and re
move obstruction- from navigable rivr rs.
for Ihf pcoltftioii and fnciitif 01 co;i.
nnr'-e uttfi forett luitiot'S or aiitotij ihr
:titrs ; sit' It tm jir irci, tents liii'j in crertj
institti'f H'ltiolltll 1 ll L'fr't fOl t tl tltCtr rltttf.
u'lir."1 And whereas the opening of an in
ht. at or near Nag's Head, in the language
of I'residcn Jdek-on's Maysviile Veto Me-- ;
sage, " h.-ing jf a general, tiot local. Nation
al, not St.it character," be it then-fore
ll'-tuiiv, That our Senators and Itepre-
set.tatives in (.oiiltcss ouirht. in the or.iui in
f .i i' i . it " i i ,
ot this tieiierul As-imb!y , to apply and Vote
for an appropriation of live hundred thou-
sand acres of the Public Land, or so much
as mav bn liecessjirv to f.r.i'ii s.-iitl li.let ni
witnin particular htates, is unjust, uneiual 1
and impolitic ; and if tier-erved in by (Jon-
iless, renders it tie- duty of the Kept
tutives of the other States to claim an cpial -
uisti louiiou 01 iuu i aoiic ijiiiaiu, ov me
adoption of such a sy.-tem as .shall do cpta! ,
justice to all ; either by a distribution of the '
.1: . . ..r.i. n..i 11 .. -. 1 .. .1
Land,; or by a "is'ii, vtiJi the .-Mates of
tiieir proc. eus, t , be n.v -t-l Py the J.egi,-'
lature v.i -o h s as tn.-y may direct,
and to be returned whenever called for u.
such stoi k-- as may have been selected.
Mr. Cherry said he arose to congratulate
this hou.se, tlie Mate and the nation upon the
triumph of the great principle: contained in
the resolution which had just been intro
duced by the ui.-tiiigul-hed gctiUc-man from
Wake, (Mr. Saunders.) and to ask the
llou-i-, that they be printed an 1 laid upon
the table of every member in the house.
'I he Free Suffrage JSJJ was introduce' on
Tue-day in the House ou its :ird reading,
and r'-ceived -1 vote- in the affirmative and
i'i in the negative, being four more than the
Constitutional majoiity il; its favor. What
its Lite ii;r,y be iu the Senate wc cannot di
vin". 'In Weill,, -.lay there were three balloting-for
a I'tiited State.-: Senator, -bowing
131 votes polled, and iii-ccs-ary to a eboiee
-'i. tin the fir-t vote? Mr. Dobbin r. eeivi.u
7 I, and on the twotubs. ipieiit ones 7:1 each,
In the i-'iid 'uuiloting Mr. Saunders got a" ;
Mr. Shep.-irJ jr,; Mr. ltayner 1 J ; Mr. CI,,,;.-,
m 'i ii font ; Mr. Kdwardi j Mr. J..yn-r 1 ;
liiher, II. On the "r l bail .ting Sjuiider
cot -Ml ;
-bepard Ut ; 15iiyi.t r 7 j Joy hit 4 ;
tthi-M 19. Si there a no elec
i.g.i, ,., jiiurauaj.iue
Iiy of Thank-gT-.Tng,
FOR THIS NOnTIf-CAHOI.I.VA WHIG.
C1IAKI.OTTE AND TAYLOliSVILLE
plank KOAI) CO.MPANV.
A meeting of the Stockholders of the
Charlotte and Taylorsville I'lank Hoad Com-
paiiy was held in Charlotte last week. It
j was orgatiiacd by calling Andrew Springs
j to the chair, and reiiuesting Victor C. Uar-
rmger to uet as .secretary.
Un motion, Mr. Oaten, Mr. Steele, and
Col, II, W. Alexander, were appointed a
' committee to impure into the amount of
by prosy, being a majority of the whole
capital stock of the company.
J The meeting thereupon proceeded to bu-
William Johnston. Esq., President of the
: company, made an informal report advising
I the meeting fully of the present condition
i of the enterprise.
j Mr. W. I'rye, the Engineer, exhibited a
; report and a survey of the location ot the
! H'-ad, on motion, it was
I Resolved, That the survey submitted by
I . ' . , . J. . f
! the en.'inecr, be adopted as the general out-
!Iiue Qf the location 0f t,e Roaa. subject to
such variations as the President and three
j tors may deem prudent and for the interests
of the company.
On motion ot -Mr. Yt iIson,rit was,
the eontruetion of said Road, until it is as
certained whether there is any probability
0f ti,e jan noaj frora Cb.ar.otlo to Joues-
boro being bn'lt
On motion the meeting adjourned.
AXL-KF.U' SPRINGS, Chairman.
Victor C. Barri.nokr, Secretary.
THE JAPAN EXPEDITION.
The X. Y. Express learns U it the expedi
t'on 01 ''ie Elates dove
Japan will sail for Jeddo
eminent vessels to
apan will sail tor Jeudo on or ahout the
1st nroxinio. under eomt.iand oi' Commodore
. ltrry. The s-juadron will comprise the
following vessels :
Vessels. Guns. Men.
Vf rninnt, 3onO tons !ti
Mississippi, steam frii-te
17 00 tons
1 jut) do.
1 j'MI do.
S - irafca, sloop ot war, first cUss
S3 .i. ..i.irv s oo. an.
Vineennes, do. do.
R.izee triirte Maccdunian 'J
Hrif . f jr Porpoise ID
Storesliip Siuthauipton, 30 Mi, ijuna 4
do, l,i-xini;tin, do. 4
do. Taltnit, do. 4
T.jt il nuaiber of mm.
To the above number of men are to be ad-;
ded 700 mariners, which, with the comple- j
meiitof the storeships, officers scientific corps, ,'
and others attached to the expedition, illi
1. . in,,.. II 4.1.1 -.1 .1 n.,A
muku -,""" iiieu an iuiu, auu aoove odu
guns, mo-tly heavy ordinance.
One or two of the above vessels have al-
ready sailed. We hope the rest may be de-1
tained till ail danger of a war with Spain I
a1"' foreign interference iu tho quarel has
rVITl'Il T 1TI' fTVT
We present our usual Monthly Statement
of the Deposits and Coinage of gold at the L - i
nited State Mint, and branches, which show !
a slight decline in the Deposits sjI1Ce .January :
1st, as compared with the same period of last
year, although this is more than made up by
the receipts from other sources. This de-!
dine is readily accounted for by the increas- j
ne is reaouv accounted i.ir DV tlie increas-
il ,- e i
expeots ot gobl bars and dust direct from ;
( .1... i ...!...' L.. .1 1 .i : 1 " 11: 1 j 1
ome t.n.e since it was - .en that the imports
M aiifoniia bullion into Urcat Jiritain, fr .
. r j . 1 l j... 4.,. u,i 1 in vi.tbll.- nun llll-
tlie ur-t six months of the current year, were . ; , . , . . .
il imhi mil) while for th irliolf nf I h.;r.Um, tt?dcr the present .diU.ni?tration,
Utlt Oil!) etl.-50lF.tmu. J he follow-
, , . C . . .
items of interests down to tne first instant :
:$ of the Vmit'd State; from Jan.
nary 1,1, to OcthfT 31, 1-JjO
ra.iorrrs. totai- I
P'.uMpliii, ?1 1,711, .'i'Ki j J3.SU I 10,33j 41,3T-.30'i
N.Url. aii, .'i.-g.'i.iioo Itl.tlDU 3,JH!t,Uil(l
iriotte, . v. :)o,:i4i
L)-li'ni ga, t.a. 3sii am
lutal lj,g,I,l,.iU ,.ii,i,ni.ii,.j.i, i(,,u4n,.',-y ; pui.nc s.piare OI Havana; and the recent the information to whom it mav concern,
Comparative .statement of depo-ite of Gold - preposterous asuuu.ptions and high-handed I and thereby avoid that, through'bad intel
at tlie Mints of the I'nited States, from Jan. j outrages of the Cuban authorite-, are all ligence, third parties parties being injured
a st t Oct. 21, in the year Hoi and l:. torn prised in the biiami task MAKKI.Ii OUT j God preserve you luanv vears.
riui.AuKi r in,
I'niti-d Suica Ould 3ii,ni;!i,lr,i
Uthtr Uold tiJI.lijo
I nitcd StaU. Gold ajj,l
I'mted Stjies f,.,l-l His.023
AT AM. TIIE MIS rs.
t..A C ..... I '1 I 11: ifi
-... . ..i,u . ..1.1, , -
I,n:ij,7.l7 oti,, r Urijil Tijg ojfi
Tlie deposit of gold at Philadelphia since
tjic H in.t al,10,iiits to 8 l,7!.l),)tl against
P t,!i(iii,iiiu lor the same time la-t year. An-
,!., .,,.:illl,.r , uiil, I ..,..
of gold du-t. but the total deposit lor the year
will hardly reach the amount during the year
Iii that year the deposit of gold for No
vember and December were fcl 1 ,7G!,G.V.i, of
which ilOJ.Pil were f -reign gold. '1 hi.
amount will hardly be reached tor the cor
responding months of the current year.
iu the above t ibh
.,, , , ,
- it will be seen that the
-.t-t - , i i i ' i
no.-its of fori ign go 1, (ehiellv coin j lor the
V ," h- ,'v - '
lir-t leu. month-
I tlie current vear have ,
incread a., compared with the same period
.1 l-ol, -s.i.i:i,t;-l. In
iJomestic gold the
deiio-ils of ('alitor nia ''old have fallen ofl S-l)
., -, -. ..
".!), but the auiount fioiu other States has
ii.i i. .-. d cl U',7 1.'.
Wc are indebted to Robert I'atbTson,
I.-'i . of the Philadelphia Mint for bin as-
ii.. of the I
sistaiiee in compiling our tables. 1-or the
la-t two months tin: New- Irleans papers
have contained, as far as we can find, no
stateiueiit in detail of the operations at the
.'Lnt iu that city. 'Ibis has been a .serious
t inbrasiiieiit to us in our statistics of the
iujiiiIk r and description of pieces coined iu
the Ciiited States. A'. 1'. Jottttal oj (Jom-.iii'-.
The amount Collected on the d...y of the
Pri.iili.i,t.,t i.)....t',,,n nt
. V. -...,.., 4 l.VIlt,'.. pit.,....-
ll .1. ... 1 1 1 e -I
tan inn. nnie yei I'ceii nearu irom j 111 auu
of the n anlitngtoii .Mobuiitent t utid amount..
to P'i,5:il 71.
THE LATE ELECTION DUTY OF
The " National Intelligencer" of the 20th
inst., contains ivn able article upon the " lute
National Election," entering into an exam
ination of some of the causes which brought
about the defeat of ieu. Scott and the Whig
party, and of certain incidents connected
with that result.
It shows, in, the first place, by the follow
ing table, that a variation of less than one
vote in every Tiutidred in the States enumer
ated estiiuaiinji the aggregate number of
voters therein at :i,"0u,t0u would have
been sufficient to have changed the result.
Statis. jUliance required. No. of Electors.
350 1 0
Scott received the votes of four States,
the aggregate Electoral vote of which num
bers forty-two electors. By a change of
the number of votes which are above esti
mated asforrtiii'g one half of the majority
iu the t jj es Wi u in a tc d , deducting
them ?rom UrIIIly of Gen. Pierce and ad
ding them to Geu. Seott, the Electoral votes
of those States, one hundred and eight in
number, would (added to the forty-two
Seott electors chosen) make the Electoral
votes for Gen. Seott one hundred and fifty;
and had the votes iu those States been so
varied would have secured hit election to
the office of President.
The influences which secured the votes of
these States for Pierce are apparent to eve
ry man, who at all observed the progress of
the campaign and marked its issue. Not
an tsra that ever disgraced the country
not a faction that ever raised its " Hydra
head'' in the land, but were united under
the banucr of the ' Spoils." At that talis
niantic word, they came, from the purlieus of
the city, the dens ot vice, from the reee jes
where intrigue and corruption were earned
on, and from the poor houses and hospitals
men in Ingn and low estate those who
375 ! aspired for exalted stations and those w ho
3.iti I w ere content to feed upon the offal, that
l-'u others might reject. It is not only confessed,
j;but boastfully avowed, that the heavy loco
ljHI ! foco vote iu tlie city of New York a vote
l:iuj which determined that of the entire State,
4 jo ; was altogether attributable to the acces-
I'-'Uisinn ,i it, i.f tlin KillKn-l.-rj il,n I :..r,
j theorists", the Kossuth Revolutionists, and j
similar hordes ot enemies to the public mor- ;
fi'.s, which abound in the dense p.-.polation I
0f that commercial emporium. Speaking 1
f the result in the
citv, the ".New l ork I
issued the day alter the Klectiou, !
"Many things have contributed to this
. . 1. 1 , .
result 111 our city, nut nerliaps uone more i
etstcnsireltj than the firm and ttroug j
"rounds' taken by the .resent Administra
tion again.-t ispanh-h outrages, meaning the
indignation of the I'ilibustcrs, liritish" as-
gresiionsi on tui.s lontinent, and other na
tional questions. That ' rich Irish brogue'
L'tli ITS FCI.L shake whil tUe German accent j
MMiK I ISEU 11'i.TlStTLV IIERU AT THE I
And. with vet irreati-r amla.-Uv anil i.rc.
sumption upon a success achieved by such
influences in a day or two afterwards (ou
the othl the same iaeohin inurnal mihstan.
tially (and we hve no doubt ju-tlv, as cir-
cuinstanees will prove,) declared lien. Pierce
to have been chosen in-trad of President
of the UW Stutet Protector-General of
ot the Vnitnl Shite 'rr,t..,.i,,r.f .r.,t nr ;
.... , '
1-thhustrrism. Jlut let the " ft'un" sneak 1
.n(, ... ..: ;
- outrages, and insults heaped by her !
,iri ' ,i " .wt . u
the American veonle have decided that thev '
vll0,.t I..0l,i; Viirf.u tinA lwl . !
expect Franklin Pierce, and the statesman j
1... ...it. a.,11 4 i,;,, :,i i !
"'"J van .ne ut'J, 40 VAU.l. I II U ,Oil 111 v !'iri, wilieil sin: Ilil-S lleit.' i.i-.i; v, III "III
. ,l j . ' ,,. f ,i f . ". . i i i i ' V
tor the past, and security for the future. ; be interrupted iu a doiil.tlul manni r. it be-
The affair of the Contoy prisoners, the illegal j
and barbarom treatment to which
were faubjected ; the seizure of two unoffen. I-'
mjj -vmcrican vessels in neutral waters, ami
their subsequent confiscation by a Spanish .
tribunal; the cowardly and revolting mas-
I sacrc ol gallant Americans in one ol the
' v' ate popular utcree oj the. yrtsi'ltwy of
1"j2 ' A"e- llauniihirc's honored and now lilus
; I'lic " Intrgencer " remarks that its
4-'),3u2,rtjj principal consolations under sui h defeat,
3 116 Pin' atl' '" V'tW t'le tJIP''ctations that are in-
-"-. '"""n -uiiiuiiMraiion, is ,
based upon the conservative principles of 1 t .1 1 . 1 a "1 1 .
,, o ., ' , 1 vor of this date, enclosing an official letter
he Muiate I pon these, though there ,s . ; fro, Uie Secretary of the Captain General.
the other Houee it rei.es, for the repression j , euU.r thU . on h(.r raur(,
of wild mnovations upon the established rom Xt.w V(.rk( I,ould .Mr. Smith he on
policy of this I -overmuch!., nrul hum:. vN
e , ' , 1 y 1
tr.r tin, T.rr. tinnt 1 aii ot nil .....I. ..11 ........ , ...
T ' --. - . . ,
regaru to our foreign relations, to nut tlie
G .verrmient oaMC of new mti4Jtne oonriueneM. whatever thev mav be.
daugerous err rimei.tn with which the coun
n.,1 I. U....1. 1... ,.....
try has becu,,threateiicd, during the late
canvass, by some of tin orators of the De
mocracy. We fear that this is but unsub
stantial consolation. The poi-on seems to
have worked its way as well into the Senate
i chamber, as into the feeling and actions of
The "Intelligencer" finally remarks, j
and we commend the spirit which breathes
through what it says to the attention of I
r .... . . J .
every lug, who in a moment of de-pon-!
i iti.i.i... n.i, i...,i .r...,.J..,i -i..- i.: .... I
.-...,, ., ,. lO K.III4 lll.S 1,10015 !
... ,...,,. ,' :. .'.- . :
" ii i s itin.-ii.-3fc iii in-; e . u .e , iiiai, a-.
c ,i, ii'i i t .. ' ,
tor the lugs laving down their arms and
,.i , .. . , :. . ,!
i T-T ' , ', , ' , m?
s ii s msu eneea . an soul i nve r.rot.iiseii
i. . ... . . i ., , , .
ii s ii 'i ioi d .iioiiiioii to lie- iiiouirill ol.
.. w iii.i....... v. ..,.i.,",ii
I liey nave lo-t an election, it is true, winch
they ought to have gained. Hut th.-y have
a country left for them to nerve, and to save
from the evils of foreign influence, already
employed in corroding the cement which
holds this Government together. They still
are bound by every consideration of duty
to themselves, their families, to their coun -
try, and its institutions, fro.,, which the d.-
leatli. i.n eb et,. cannot discharge the,,,,
io sum., nv uu.ir p. iiicinies. iieinii. hut
may. I his is a moral as well as political
,1..... i.;..i. ...i a- .
. J , niiii-ii it'i e.ou. .i,i,i:ii titn t'ij.i on m
.,l.,4.nri I l.'.l ,.( ..II 1
....' "'J rl""!
Tub Lkmmom Jsiibvimity. The X. Y.
j .1... 4.4,.1-,.- .,.,l.4-,l, III'' .S, I.
i I I . c . . . .1 .........
1 ourniii 01 oniineree siaw.s iu;n 9 t, J"1U have
! peen Rubsenbtl towanU the Lemniou fund I
j t'i"0 more than reijtiired. I
ARRIVAL OF THE CRESENT CITY.
INTERESTING FROM HAVANA.
Entry of the Crmeat City and iMmlinsc of Vutn.
gertFurertimukStiU ExcludrilThr Hfficul
ly not yet Settled Vurthtr TAieuts
I lie t.nlisn f Ivet, tyc.
The U. 8. mail steam ship Cresent City,
Henry K. Davenport, U. 8. N. commander,
arrived at iNew lork at Hall past 4 o ciock
Monday morning, from New Orleans via
llavutia, leaving the latter port on the af
ternoon of the 16th instant. She has expe
rienced a succession of heavy northern
gales. It will be seen that she lauded her
passengers and mails on this occasion,
though Purser Smith was not allowed to
land, and it was declared the steamer would
not be allowed to come in again with him
on board. The annexed particulars are
given by the New York Journal of Com
merce, of Monday.
1 ho Crescent City arrived off the .loro,
on the .'.5th instant, after sunset, and had
to remain outside until tho next morning.
The Spanish steam frigate Isabel Segundo,
which was cruising off the port, spoke the
C. V. j and after learning her naino and
destination, passed on. After entering the
port, to which no objection was made, the
Captain of the port came along side, and
informed Captain Davenport that the mails
and all persona could land, except Purser
Cpon Captain Davenport expressing him-
self pleased at the termination of the diffi- ! ivta 0f tnQ Emperor 'a family cannot marry
culties heretofore exi.-ting, tho captaiu of without his consent. The present Coustitu
the port assured hjiu that it was only for ti(m ;a to t,c lnajntnincd in all that is not
tins trip, but should Mr. Smith return in ! conlrnry to the proviiiona oflho present
the ship from New York, no communication ; Senatus-Consultum, which was adopted by
with the shore would be allowed. Captain a voto 0f m out 0f H7 Senators. The people
D. expressed his regret at this, and remark- are convoked, by decree, on the 21 si and
ed that the difficulty was becoming more j .jj instant, to accept or reject the Empire,
complicated by this measure, and that al- ( votin? yca or Il0) by secret ballot. Tho
though the right to exclude any individual 'Corps Legislntif is convoked for the ratifica
from the island, whom the authorities might ' tion 0f tle r(.turns on the 2Cth instant,
consider a prejudice to its tranquility, was j Ti1(J irei,i,.t l,os officially accepted the
not denied, he could not concede the same iTmnerial title in a formal address, which
to the Captain General to prohibit the mails ' rro.Iuced an unfavorable impression on
and all passengers; simply because '"" the popular mind.
person ou board was obnoxious to his Ex- J JeTonte Bonaparte had resigned the presi
cellency. j ,1CI1CV 0f tm, Senate.
To this no reply was made. Capt. Da- Spain. Madrid advices of Nov. 3d, state
venport w as told when he left Havana for tiat no an,iP,y was felt regarding the Cres.
New Orleans on the outward trip, that the ' cent City affair.
ship would not be permitted to enter the A severe shock of an earthquake was felt
port on her return if Mr. Smith came in at Maas,Bt which shook the edifice, and
her. lint it.scems the Captain dcneral was 0;lu,ed consternation. Many families
induced to change his mind a few days pre- j tooj. TO(a,rC on board vessels,
vious to her arrival, in consideration that j Ri.-wmaI Prince de Lcutchenburg died
the voyage would not be completed until' at st Petersburg on the 25th of October,
her return to New York, and t.'iat no change ' Ai stria. The Emperor of Austria had
could take place in the officers in that time. i,(.n truck an ,.,i,.ptie or appoleetio
On the eve of sailing, Capt. Davenport (j, ali couj nt long survive. The last
received a note from Messrs. Drake .V Co., sa(,ramPnu fci hr.rn administered to him.
enclosing a copy of one to them Martin Gal- Itai.v Col. Simorrelli was amonz the
biuo, the political Secretary of the Captain political prisoners shot at Siningalia, by or
General. The letter, together with one j, f ,i, , Av..rnmPi,t
from ('apt. Davenport to Messrs. Drake A
Lo., will be found below.
There were three English war steamers in
Havana, and the report wat that they were
waitnc' to see the result ot the t rescent
City allair, many stories being in circulation
k.. .I i... .. ...... e n
tiviuiie .7u.111.ey, iic .imeiieau .eiiisui. m
- . '
I,. 1 ... vl i i .: i ' l .
!......, I .!. U.-
""" " "" I """'t
proved himselt worthy nl the hi?h trast re- .
posed to him, called on board the Crescent
City and had a long conversation with I 'apt.
Davenport upon the state of affairs at Hav
ana. The passenger and officers of the boat
who went ashore were treatea ilh the ut-
""' poiitclies ana attention ty the l.unati.
Tl... rll,w, .1... Ii.. ..r..rrM
Political ft'u iietarv h (iiku r.,
Havana, Nov. 10th, loJ.
Notwithstanding (''it there remains in
full force and vigor, the order of hL Kxeel-
ncy the ijovemor and Ca:rtain Ijcneral,
, ', . .... 1 ......
wnieii 1 coiiimiiiiicateii to you on tlie un 01
...., ..,!.. 1.,., ...1.,,; ,.: ... v.,.;.... r...i.:.i
' . I' ... ... ... 1 i.... iv.Mint .'J u.iii" .'.ill...
1 . ., !... l .l t .1
Alrn(,:1 kt,.,,W-t I' it shr.,,1,1 r...
- r "'" '"hm. u eiHifv'e 01 uie
turn t. this Island, and also "the entry of
, . ... . . , . , J
s .-,. .l-ss.-l Ull'l llllS "JI I, Sil''UlU Silt: eOHVtV
... . . , . , .
hue. . the pc-cial concession made by his
Kieellenev on thn last rma of s.ii.l imi..
to New Irleans and on her return to this
. i i. ,.i. i . a ... a .1 . i .
v..... ..l , ...l "u ' i .
ing a eoneessioii fmnded on special -easoiis.
of which his exc.lieiicy the Minister f'leiii-
potentiary of her Majesty at Wasbingtou
lias a knowledge, Excellency m-trucLs
me to say to you that in futr.re the said or-
der will be enforced ; so that being informed
of this particular, yon may communicate
(Signed,) Martin Gai.i.avo
To Mes-rs. Drake A Co., Consignees (if
the American steamer Crescent City.
U. S. M. Steamship CitR-ir est City,
Havaa, Nov. luthr 1 :r4.
Gent! .men : I an. in receit.t f vo.tr t-.
noaru. 1 w as 111 Hopes tins matter was hcI-
evevcr, 1 can assure you that
Mr. Smith will return in the h'!i and fe
! the Spanish authorities will be responsible.
.... . ... .... - .
I am, respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
II. K. Da vKM-oitT, ('. S. N.
Com'g. Crescent City.
Messrs. Drake A Co., Havana.
ARRIVAL OF STL A MLR II KRM ANN.
l-'ol It DAYS I.ATKIt FROM Kl Id ll'lv.
i- i, : c .i i i-
Anmrt in hurnpe llfrlnrtlttim if tltf Irrnrh tm.
mi;l,Ue Ihmh ,,i the I nf A,,tt,w
! , , .. , 4 i
M ff . IT. "HI , ,.U flll.ll HUH .SlfU I II t. UIIIJ 1 1 H
-,. .i. a-
-v . -j--
V i .... V,... v o-i.t Tl.. .It...
- ' '"- "" ' '
!' - " arrived, bringing Southampton
. ... i -.....,...... -
a .- , i .. , . . e , . . I I i . i
, vices In I .! evi'tiino n! ir. tltli Ssl.i. I,rn...u
. ... il., , .,. .. ..
! pa,,,.gcrs. The Steamer Franklin broke
: .r c,,lltril bi:ih wh(. ,-)lir ,j:lvs llt v.,,,.
, ,.,,t. the r,.,t of the passage with one wheel
: a,,, (..lilvaM. nU reached ('owes ou the
j -th, BH.l went into Southamploi, docks the
j ll(,xt ,Iiiy fr r,.pur K,ieh w ill occupy from
j f.,ur , ,ix Wl.(.k, The sti amer America
! reached Liverpool on tho 7 th
Rj,cy's paiiorma nf the Mississippi ,!
,,,, Thames arrived ill the Hermann
Fmii.AMi. The Kngli-h Parliament was
occupied with formalities. The Onceii'i.
cell would be delivered on the I Ith.
lireat ii.ter.-st wm fell in the l-ri,!..-.,..!
I election ill the I'tiited Stat'-s, and it was!
thought that the election of Pierce would
finul blow to the I)i rby admiuiHtra-
'I'lie death of Daniel Webster elicits no-
tioea from the Knclish preaa. but notauch as
the prominence of his pooition would eom
in entitle him.
Samuel Holme hnd been elected Mayor of
An officer of tho U. S. Navy miggcsts
through the London I imes the praeticabiltty
f American whalemen reaching Behring a
from tho European fide, by the way of Nova
The shock of an earthquake was felt at
Liverpool, and other places, on the morning
of the Oth instant.
The ship True Love, from Davis Sfruiis,
put into Streinncsson Nov. 1st, w ith 00 tons
of oil, being the product of 10 whales, which
had been captured on the voyage. A party
of Americans, who left last season at Rimon
sac by the ship McLennan, were lost this
season in the ice.
Fram e, Tho Moniteur of the 8th, pub
lishes the report of tho Senate for the ro-
establishment of the Empire. Louis Xapo
Icon is declared Emperor, under the title of
.Napoleon the I bird. 1 he r.mpiro is to bo
hereditary, in the direct lino of Napoleon j
but should ho fail to have issue or adoptive
heir, the Senatus-Consultum is to appoint n
Emperor, Louis Napoleon, however, has the
privilege, in fault of legitimate male Usue,
of adopting the legitimate children or de
scendants in th -5 mule lino of the brothers
of the Emperor Napoieon the First adop
tion is interdicted to children of Louis Na-
! poleon and their descendants. The mem
ARRIVAL OF THK AMERICA.
thh days r.v'i m ruuM r.vHurz.
Weettng nf I'arhutnent 7 'he Queen's Speech if
fatrt in India Vet line in l'ofoa tirendttufft
Halifax, Sor. 21. Tho st?smor Amei-
hi 1 1 ti'i ... l ii.'i i -
. i , i r i. . . t t
this tiinrnmiT anil !ii,ril l.ip Idutmn at half
Mi( f ,, '.lwli m... I.rnmrl.t it nr.
1 fire Clf wnom W(.rc f,jrblifa The
disarrangement of the wires prevented the
earlier transmission of the news, She brings
Liverpool dates of the I.Ch in-t.
The IJaltic arrived at Liverpool at 10
o'clock on Wednesday.
Knoi.and. The aetual nession of Parlia
itient coinmeneud on the 1 1 th. Tho Qin cc'it
speech was read by the Queen in person.
She piy a tribute to Wellington, acknowl
edges the readiness with which the militia
volunteered, and gives assurances of friendly
relations with all foreign powers.
In referring to the C-hing ijuestlon fhe
ays, that whi'e the rights of her subject
shall be firmly maintained, the friendly
...1.;..,. i.J 1... 1.
-mii mu m-.u sue smiijc . .v--
cd. induced the hr,e that the reiiilt would
l.. !,ini.Fi-'il rt l.rt.l, i,nimfri,.s Shu alun
- . - - -,
announces that the Kngl ,h and French mis-1
moo to the Argentine Conf. deration open,
,(, - ,..at J K I
' " " 4"
Tv fiT 4 K ttitfr-rp- t.K.r A ivrAta-li fr Am
Tri,h untiniit.- il... .L.nrt.ir f th. fir '
Prigade of the advanced forces of the British I
arriV from llangoon for Prome, to be shortly !
f illowed by the .--econd 1H vision. It was'
confi leiitiy cxpeeti d that on the troop I
reaching 1'rome the country would jield.
anu lie annexed To tlie l.ritisU r.tlipire.
In China the insurrection was spreading.
CdNSIGNKKS PKU HAILUO.U),
For the week ending Itecember 1st
11 K. Johnston, Fox A C, Smith k P.,
.1. Meade, Hoke h M., .1. A ('. J. Cowles,'
Druckcr t S., A. C. Steele, P. Julian, Hoke, I
K. A Co., Spratt, l. A Co., C. M. Hay A Co.,
L. I). Childs, (i. Hragmanii A Co., I. Smith,
Alexander A J., North Carolina Hail lioad, ;
IJurr A J., Carson, V. A G., Long, Johnston,
A Co., J. N. Hoone, Fi her, H. A Co , M. W.l
Hobison, J. G. Hallew, Kyiiiu A M , Wm.i
P.amsoiir A (.'0 , Morrison, C. A Co , W. II. I
Taylor, J llrian A Co , T. C. Graham,
Hamsour A J., J. Long, Taylor A L., (J. G.
Ford, and C. C. Henderson.
Di.'il, on ths 23il mt., ItulK-rt Frsnklin, son nf
( h.irl e, and Mary Uruwn, s-ed three yotus and'
! ail mol.tlis. 1
lluw true that deals, Vvi-s a shining msrk ; An !
inu-r.-stinir ana e lovely cni-4 hue hven wresli-d I
. from the 1 nihr.iee of fund snd a tTeistiuuj ti parents. !
'I'llnuiili the enld ami has closed over H.nf hiril I
inn wis riiori.1, nis siiru t:ae unuruif-ss oia tu
the lios.itti nt the Hi di e.iier, w Ihhm; p-mler and gra- t
eiuus w.inls are, Sutler little chrihin n tn come J
In ine aft( IV.rl.nl thi-m net fur of sii'-h ii tlie king. :
ilnm i.f heaven." May th.it UikI who lenipirs the i
rough hri'iuu-s tn the shorn lainh Ircstnw nn the
ehriHtt,i.i pari ills, thus iinfillly lM:reaf ed, the rich .
1 iin.ol.teica nf his (;r..ee a nil the jM-aee ind trdn.
qi.ilhty of an huruiih-, ri ngncd arid suhmissivr!
spirit. . ommnnti-ntrd. '
Died in Mecklenburg founty of pncrpril frvrr, '
on the -i'lthnf DelolH-r last Mrs. Klnrj Kraairr, tnn.
sort of Mr, J. A. Fr.17.n r, 111 the 3!lth yer nf her gr,
Ie iving a ilisi-niisol.t - hush 1. id nrul eight lielph .s 1
eli.l.lren to mourn her preiii.itu!c di p irttire, the !
y.mngest ehilil In ing ahout a week ohl, Mrs. I'ra. j
ii r hid lung been a cn si4tenl incinlH-r nf the j
rre-t.yti ri ui Church m Se ;.it I ri r k Cimi;retiiin, !
and enjoyed 1,1 a lirge de -rive thn rim till, nee slut
isteein ill her neighlKirs. ( ummumcaird
11 ' tae a.ranaemehts at I lis Nirth ti, I11-I1
" and sill he, IO itsntly recvivciiip
.VI'.W CaOODS. Our friends snd eusiumers
inly aly. hud rre-h linnrla in nnr len.s
llll KM Ik JtillNS ION,
Mo I (':M,'!e Itsiiff-i,
Nnrrmhrr, 31 i-52. 47 if
'IViK thtt4 ol Wtnw. f.- cmM nf la,k.
Inlur(f, are herebf Noiificd In ttend at tin
"V"' " I"..1' of -"""'" m
" .-11 i4 K j II f tnr mm en-ninj .ear.
V, ..,., ..,,,,. t !,,, the sitiia inn ol S n
ard Wijl stle- d or acid in Iheie Ltd at ih, .....
1 n-l P
1 WILt.HM GRIBBLP, Chnimtn.
D ttmbrr, I , I Kr,8. 4.'. tm
- WTJust what we have- been wantia,
and that is the Ciiiisi,ott Exchavok, w,t.ro c'
nun now drop in and get your Hani ond r7'"
liccf-Stenki, Pork.Stcok Mutlon.fhop, VmIi8''
lets, Fresh Fish, Drolled Chicken, Kricd I'liick"'
.e. ie. or, in f.ict, any thing iu tho w. of '"'
iny, nd then, lo cap tho climax, sfter you h "'
satisfied yourself with the iilift.iiiiii.i lf lt
eulethinif choice to wush down oil, of choi '
Wines, Liquors, and fresh Ale,- ond alter pi,,'!'
king of the spurkling beverogc, you can jtJi
for your "Regalia," and so pull away ijBJ
llegone dull care, 1 prsy thrc begone fromnM
" Jlugouo dull care, you and 1 can never agree'!
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER t iu
ptm tamto iYsi'i:pTk:f.Dr. j. (j ' "
ton's I'FI'dlN. Tnetius Lligcstisa Fluid, or t,'
rici Jiiiw,prtpsr d n'nm H KN N I'.'l'.oi thr u!i1 11
S I'D MAI II t)F 'I'll F. UX. alter uirrdi ol u
rnn I.IKIIK), the grest l'liysiologiosl t hamlsi t.
J. H. IIUtUin oN, M. U., I'lnlaHKlphia. Ti,"
irnly a wnnderlul rfinedv lor INlHl.FSTInN
I'u.NSriPATION and DKBI LITV, cuin.g ,lt
Nainrs own M Ihod, by Nature's own Ajiei.t ka
UAS'l'ltlU IVlf H. Pamplileis, comaiiiiii,. 8i,cn
ufi i Kvidcucs ol Us value, furnished hy i lie AjPllj
gratia. See noli ;e among the medical adistin,
C II A R I.OTT K. D EC l. M D t R I , (.;, j
H a 8 10
13 a 16
5 a 5
Hi a U
37 J , M
" a 51
Irish I'otaioee, iu !Q
7 a tl
16 a 00
3J a ii
( ei.euais. N.,eamHer 10
COTTON. S3S bal-s auld lo day al 8J a I 9J,
Cll R LEsi I ON MARK ET.
1.500 balra of Cotton wne sold at lo 9j -mi
a decline of to le.
Country 3fadc Iron.
AN'D. Snnsra. Knd. Tiie. all . ,..
A is, liir, Krmel MmiM ,,,! ,
nrial awirimenl m" lltOV. i...
countiy inaee and F.oalisH, for sale si
IIRr.M i JOHNSTON'!),
No I, liranile Kirf,
Pineemtter. 30 I8aX 45.11'
PARl.tlLK and ONlNti. J.i-t re.fi.d at
PAIiKsi i IIL'Tt HIsontj
Pr'.rwbrr I, Ihj3. 4", f
To iiij ('ii.loiiit ra.
A I I. peraons mdcbied lo me, either by N..lt m
II ik Aceoui.t, are ra'pn-tfiillf ruteis4 u
eome Imwird end par the t'ASII iinmcdiiici, ,
sj ger induigeriG cannot be g'Vrn.
D'Ctmi.r I, lisSi a'f
II & I'll. ill SC.
PMVin PAR KH, Arm lor lh n.nof tin
mW feiiale of outh CsruUna. will torni.h (iind, t
bus i'-vdiiee, or r mtH L'heeke on New Voik
Lrca.-r 1, 12 it. 4 in
.1 cade my.
lllsi tusieutiirfi i .i'Ha'ert in lie brs'ilMtii ,n4
a retired taller el I in Vt.lkin. aryen iiiiIm emit
( Un.1.1, C'ooptir seat al C'sldell, N. '. Tm
Siruif !e-aioa ill cemmence Juius.y J.h, It 1
Tui'ion in aJs lee, pt Himn, i-rf f-ia.sic", t s
lern d.'lUra. il"g'h. tun 10 ii-iie d .ll.ri and a r
e-:o'a D ..rdiii;. 1 iclud.rif ail iiinm-s, itiirtv 44,
, yt ae-sion. I'u l. mil be charged lio.n :n,
lime ihry n ier a huil n. ddue i m -..c 1. 1.
i,--e of 11 ne Uei er,cra eacrot im cae wl protne -4
Kir fo'llter in'ori-lsliofl, i q tire Of W J B -f .
. It . llininnl P O , O ane l o , S K. I".l ..a
nil K. W. J i', l ull DcDSBCx, or Jh-o tl.r,
K q , ol liiutr.
K W FAU I.TI i; -r. e'.
Fo't P Jitter, CUwU emmif, .V.
I) eemk t I. lij'J 119
U'll.l. Ii.r.u.., ft,, it.. I m,.h...i
-A .h. restdene. l pIW M.-t. W-.,
,,e 7 h ,nal- lhe EkOtM Uioi.ff.t, to itn
1 bImi .le-tehv rmtif lhn In lm,teA In mi f t.
i ... u .ktt I .e ik.i h... ... it
fiien it r.rt h ih Ut at J-F...Ft. . in. ..yT
""" "' 'n ,m Ja"i 01 iu"S" UlM'
A'.rreiter. 30 IM2
D IRWIN Mm.
f ttbuve rVrd il b pid ( tM
pptrhttit&n fd rodif mnt f Mrfc-
bi"t J " nf 4l-d A'".
f ae-. j - - "TV M fJU r ' -
.1 tel. . J k4-s.H L.. t . .... .... . .1,.- .
if iv. ' nut m f t t" KM h. tn b- iM
1 .t.i piu.eo if'Mt--d efy Motj and if rihr t-e-i
rutntetunctv II hm telvfrfrd teral yr,S ifl fh
nun- nf M m. d hp ntj ifnr-f roiiiiiiM, inrt
-tp t-mfrt. in b.-, al , ,,- mmt furtvinf 1:1 Ul tirldHf
I axmic ut Hi em.
ExeHtr f J. ( fiB.'Wn.
Perember I. 15. 4 t,
U A.N AWAY inmi 'he ul s. i.l-si. I'l
iur in YjiIi l)te.rict, . l ahnel
the 111 H. pl.nil.rr last, a Nfcru t.ev
namrd KELLY, ebuut 3D yisis nf sft,
. ellovv cmpt. e.rd, sbout 5 teet liih, -.eU
lima and Isrg ehiie eyes rid irl
nurehsarit at Mis. S.usrll's sale, and
irirrin in Mer Mcnriiiirr counts, rhe is sus-
B-scd I" Irs lutkina; sbui ( In. M e. Ths s !. rs.
ersrd witt be yiven f ,r tier aipreheni in and driirr.
y tn n., or her cntifineinetii in any jn1. I.nttsr
... i ;...,,..i , .. li.. ,1.11.1. p n M 1
J) erirh-r I 0I.1J. 4Vf
Ilrtrncs.s and Saddlery.
u iiii.i Aii j. n. i 1111:11
nA VI N( n-l rereisrd at his nld s'aud nne it
heli.w Ke'r's Hole) and nrrl rt(j.-pi It't"
'eys llru k bui dinir a l irje sstnrimeni of the
insieriala ..I all (lrsr-ripinins; and hsvinc enu'l
wi.iie uf the Ih-sI workmen, is prepared In msks
or every desenptwn and lisving uu b.nJ a U's's lut
Trimmtngn and eToMiii-sT
he will be eb!e Iu cumpete well the be-1 ihup "i
Siele at rsduwd prices.
AH kirds nf Country Prn-ln-'- lnl"'" "
earhsuire fnr ernrs st the ii.yl.e-l Market prices.
Chinlolie. Auerriil.rr V I, It-fli 41 t!'
3 cents Reward.
A N A WaY r.m 1 ha m.l,.n, il r. lisn.C 1 "'"
on county, on the the tliili lesianl, a bml"
boy ly the name .r HAM Kb t'HAPf I- '"" "
yesra o d, All pnrsnns are fnrb.d h .rbninur "' "'
ph.yii.f esid bov as lha law will lie rigid1 onlur
ed aeulnal ens cue wlm may du ao,
A. o, nvii.
Noeember 54, leM. t lCf