CEAR.L1OTTB, 3NT- OvOCTOBBR. 2S, 1858.
IIOLTON & WILLIAMSON,
KUITOUS AM) l'llOI'RlETOHS.
The N'iirlh-C,irolin.i W hin will be oft'iiritccl to
.HUM nlKT .t 'l'U iMll.l.AI.S III iillV. lirp, or
Tilil KDl.l.AI.'S AM' Mr I V t'KNTS il - j .
m hi i).- .1 i l . v .mI lor turn: months, .1111 'I III. 1.11
I) (I.I.AliS .1 the l-llil nl till: y,:.t. No i.iier will
b. - ,11-' .ii.Iiiiu. il until u II ..m .r gen urv i.nl,ix-
c. ,il -t the upturn ul the l.cli l..r k.
Vlv. rli-cmriit . iiim-MciI alt Inr Doll .r per wimre
1 1; lui. nr li t., tin ii il tyi ) li.r the lir-,1 mi r.
t,.m, .nil -'i 1:1 ul tir 1 .nit i-.mliiiu .in?i'. t'otirl ..d
v rlisr.iirliln ami Sin nil " S le. re rtl .'.' per
1 . .it. tnj-lli T i 11I11J 11 lll'tlui hull ul' .'13 J r 1:1 nt. will
l in .tie Ir tin; rcgul r price, li.r unrtn.i m by
t 1,. yr.r. A Kirtix. iiiriil" inserted monthly r
ijii irt rlv, t $1 "'r wU re I'.. r cell tunc tsxiui
ni iTiliily 7.1 cent-iT iii:ic li.r e.ch time.
1 I' All lcttrrn ll husllns must l- .limit ll to
l' i I... it...-,, da iit r niui-l wt.p.iu r ilit-jr
Hill II. .t tit? il Itcillll'll tO.
J r I'a vmk'iiIo can he math- . eitiirr.
g , r.tin..tir nrc alltli.irm il to ..ft a :ifciit.
To I lie TravHIiiij. hili-ic.
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MUS A. J. KKNNKIV.
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tiller i)c'i .(. V;h
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ht " "i d towtllo iho Mil-
C. J. FOX.
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fl! I ft fl .!- t V ! V H'lW illltj M C 111 tl Kill I' W I 1 1
oiV v'i tM ii. ij nil I u wh ilH'.k oil fr
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1 1 LUNGS A Cn.
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CO rilSSD i MERCHANT3,
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IUAIKIN. rULLIAM & CO.,
t:l l.ll AVU tit 'I l.-AI.K IiKAl.Mi
IMIm.K I Ml AND Ih'l lAI.K fKAl.Mi IS
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A. HAUUi!?, Tw LMIrctor
vm Tl VF,
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BY I.I7.Z1K CI.ARrDOM.
Tin re c line a tumIi ul nii iii'iry uVr me
Ami 1 wtjit 1 w it
Swi'i 1 1 y an iiifiifa htuuila-r,
(ii inly ua the v.Uw id' i .y,
Sullly ,.n an uiiffl nuuilit r,
lltf pur iiirit p.iimid w. y.
ljt.sr ul ,-nrt!. IMi it B-.tjl. ImimI .ii rt
I.inf h .d r..f d Imt ryn u wn-,
On t.ic Itiavin wltt're mny lind liir!)
All In r IjMJiij.'l.ti' ii nif ul lii j.',
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M Iiht. K tn. r, S t. i II
'I'm w Ihhi. in id ti turr 1. u ml hi r,
Ki.iitlly t,n l.tr ii-iiM- dn. dill.
V mil- Inn i'lf.iiy w i ii (,v u lit r,
N Mil a lr.Vi iii'-nl m t t lui pllf'i
A1 iJf .t.i -ii.wiy. Biin Iv n-i.viii ht r,
M rl I in. ii ioul.1 M n i iiH.ure,
l'-.r l-.t liny, p II. 0 I.i.
t) tin c.iiLfi n ul Ix r Ik- rl,
An tin y Iri inl'li ii in tin ir j I t
Slru'M hm "ul With kit in t-t t-. rt.
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VV ii li tin ii ..(tk ot u un il r Ull f i n I
I'.si tt hi r Knii 'ii' i on It c tn tr 1 1. 1 in
VV all n in.-i j.t, ma.iI r lit t.
Th'.ii;fh flu' c: nil fur iJu.ff f c t rried
On 1 1 ib I nf . in) tin . rli f.- fi.i'H ,
Wilt. Inr Ik l ..tt i l. i.c in rril
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T- r-- id t r 1 1 -1 1 ' r. ul i iii t N t in 1 . r
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Th- ii-h i ntnij.'!.!. il In r t in tn r,
'J iil ur j;rit I in r t.r t i ihiu.
V .l.i In r i "Kin ti a i ii In ti u.
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t. t li ,i- i.uir c - 1 1 . . i ' ' I im ri n
'I li- u.'ii t i. i.r t,i.t.i..;i !. II n ti.t i .
Tn 'j-i. t lili u -.iru-i.tn Hill. in tin r,
A ... Il y i. lit i.i it k -tuh i.,
N ' t i li t .n.u il-t 1 rt.uln w ill 11 i(-
l'r.-iu wit t nut I; -.iil li..u tiiltii.
An.. 1 1 l ifi u ii in 1 1 ft i ii nt
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l.iu-. rin j.' n- t .i i rt).l -i.'.i'
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VV ,,1 '.. inn nli-ii i ii. Il-t!
W wun m i.;, li ti 1,1. im )it i ii t, S. t".
Tin-: u u-'K's Niiii) n:.r.
Mr. , who iloi-n t live more tlmn n
itiil.: from Un- iu t ullu f in tlii. cif v, in. t
.'Miii- " inn l nt-1 ii nu ll it!i jntlii rii rinri
'ii,' tin utli.-r i-itiiiii.', mil i x t ii-1 1 n tj
1 lit-in tin- li.i-plUiitU- .'I tin- ','r -i-rl.t ( ll,
I iil, il m Hi : tt nt Oill l iici'.t! .l!ioll- illi'l
1 nun l!i-1' ;i! I , in liiliin j ( ii itu.il coii-i!:iti "tl
a tin j'ijriii iil. tli.it ulii ti In It: I lln iii
at tin ir li'.tt-l ut I In' :ni hnjlit linir. In- li'ir,
(Ii i l'irul It'll, tlul In- ti.vJ " it I II. i, in lli
Now. In- La- .1 ifo, an ami il.K', aoc'iii
J.'i -hi-il, itml l.i':intilul ht.lv. tn) loir- l.i in
llriotrii! V , I. lit -In- tl till - ...l.i' I ill t nitii l.illi,
ami lli.it I-. l.i' t ii ! i .j ii nt i it- t.i tin:
i!,ii'c. nli if tl ' Inr- art- nl.t.iiiii'il.
Alt. r I' .1 in.' l.i- Itifii Mr jijns-
f 1 3 III. In i lit . t""k l.i- I I III!,.-, il Il'l III. ill;;
tarti"l a I' .in -f "ii tin' i i ... ipif tli.it con
tinual in;!'- unit, tnailf -:nl I r lioinf. Ill
due I'm 1 1 f "I'tinn' In- ai i i i ml t liiTf, a ml as
liot i'i Mini li a t ..... i ti '1, I. ill rntlii-r tiLI'
ti iie.l. t.i lin l hi-, worthy h.'lv itliiij ui lor
liim. SI. i' alwiiv- i!ot. Sim nnil, .I w In ti
lie I'liuif in. 'lliat al-o lif aluay lion.
" Hum are o.i, 'li ar V. '. ln ii.l "Viu
f-l:iyt il out io i.iU' t li ut I Itaitil ou lia.l li'i'il
t.ttt'tf u i . '
" i I io ain't iik, iff ; b Lut iKuit you
think I in a littlf t tijjil. '
" A vi rv .ittli , ji. r 1 .. -, my ilr.ir, Iml I lint
liutliiii y ou lia v ! o In a n) 1 1 if lid a - ) ou
hav, oii luu.-l join c In t.i iti a la.i olive in
" tin, you tc loo goo 1 tin: trutli i-, I am
(1 drunk. '
" 1 1, no. indeed, my dear I in ure that
even another r.Ia- n mild n t hint you. No,
Miio-e yoiit.tkf a 'la- ol So-teli ale itn
tin , ju t as a tii.ht cap, my dear
" Von aie loo km I, my der, hy half; I
know I in il drunk . '
"il, no, ot.lv a julep too limeli, love, that's
" Ye-, ju-julrps! MeMa-ters makes sueli
stiff ims ! '
" W ell, take a j:l.iss of ule at any rate ; it
r.mnnt hurt you, dear; I want one myself,
liefoie I retire. '
The lady lia-lened to open a bottle, find as
she planed two tumblers In'loi'e In r oil thf
Mile hoard, hr put in one R very pom rlul
ctiietic. I'lllit).' the flas with liif loiiniu .j
ale, she. handed Hint one with a hewitehiii;
mi.iI,' to her husband.
Su-pitions canip cloudily upon his mind.
She had never before been so kind lnn he
was drunk, lie looked at the glass, raised it
to hi- lip then lie.-itated.
" Ih ar, won t you ju-t tate mine, to make
it sweeter T" ftid he.
" (Vrtainly, love," replied the lady, taking
a tiioiithtul, which she was very careful not
to sw allow.
Su-picion vanished, and no did the nlc,
emetic and nil, down the throat of the satis
fied husband. Alter spitting out the ta-tc,
the lady lini.-lied her filass, but eetni'd in no
hurry to retire She tiled a foot-tub of wa
ter before an easy -chair, as it she intended
to bathe In r beautiful little feet. I!ut small
as were those feet, tlieic was not water
etioti.'li in the tub to cover them. The lius
bainl began to Jref, and he wanted to re
tire. j " Wait only a few moments, dear," tVd
I liislovinn spouse, " I want to read the new
in this altcruoou Delta. I fouud it iu your
A fun mimt.n. ItiAM flnnspd mill ttlpn
I . " ...vo ...... - -.-f - ,
and tin u O, ye gods and Dan o' tbc Lake
what u time 1 'J he husband was placed
in .lie f.ii.v.i'h.'iir He bi'f'nn to understand
why the tub was there ; lie soon learned what
ailed him. Suffice it to my, thit when bo
aio.-e from that chair, the brick had left
Lis hat. Itha-nt been there tince. lie
nays ho II never drink another julep; he
can t bear Scotch ale, but i.. ' death on lem
onade. ' lie loves his ife letter than
ever. AVif 0puis Diltn.
DADS EXPERIMENT WITH IJILLY.
Less than a hundred miles from Syracuse,
lives an old farmer, who-e name is Zury
a bard working, honest old Englilnuaii,
ov.ning a jjood farm of oier a humlred acres,
aii4 to t fHitltt,f i''.y s, who have beeu
brought u'i to wiebilie ' ricultural lu.pll
ineiit,' I rum one ot these 1 have my -lory.
I Old Zury had an old goat ou the farm,
' vi o '.i not the inoH peaceful di-po-ed crea
' lures in the viorbl, and on this account the
boys take no little delight iu puttin; )ii
lord.hip on his taps, once iu a while, by way
of am use un tit , tor a loii' time the old man
noticed that when Hilly came home at lii'ht
he wa co.npli tely covered with mud and wa
ter, and ol l Zury could not imagine how he
, should In come -o; so he i.ett ru.iiied, if po-i-;
bit, that he woubi tuid out the cause ol pwor
, Ki'.iy s ini-toi tutic.
i ne day he left tin: boy s to pick up the
rakes, Ac, alter a hard day s work of hay
inj and walked around t.j the rid-e, where
Lilly feiieraily ki pt hiui-elt ; it was about
time lor the uat to r;o '0 the liou-e, but
tiiete he lav, i iiet and dry ; so old Zury
seated him-ell behind a stump, determined
to watch hi- move un lit, lor that niht at
any rule ; he had not been there more than
lilieen minutes, when who should be .see
coniiiii' alotiL' the ridnx' but the two bos;
hi- first impul-e wa- to tell tln ni to keep
bank, but upon sccoud thou ht, Le said
" Jake my load, Hank,"' said Dick, " it's
my turn to take to the frller t '-niht."
I lank took Dick a load from hi. back, and
Dick -.oiiiL' down the hill a iittif ways soon
showed hiiusell within a lew yards ot where
the r;oal was ly ini'.
Lilly had already cau .ht a (.dimpse of the
boy-, and was soon on his feet. Hunk laid
tint ou the ground, ami Dick, on the ed'e of
the lidyc, now presented a lu.l trout, which
Uid 1ft st i in i ctiy to please hi- jjoat hip,
for he pointed lor him, and down went Dick,
to a.'jjraviite Lilly to a still more desperate
lull"..? ; aain the sijnal ro-e, and Hilly
jumped, but ju-t as he (jot w ithin a few feet,
Di.'k lowered him-ell about two 'C'S, and
Mr. tioaf lowered hiiu-i It a!. out tuteeti feet
into a ditch of Uia.-h mud and water.
Hank had caiijht sirht of a small corner of
the old man's hat ahoie the stump, and
slop, d lor the bar-, while Hick w a- not a
htt.e siitpii-ed at the traii-tormatiou of the
old -tuli p into a human 1.. iu an ! tbit too,
tlie oid man, at liitem paces, who, by the
way, wa- imt one o tin- mo -t toi bearing
i. r-uiis in the word ; and . he looked
around on the e;rounl, Dek thinking tint
a club or .-tone mi, It po-.-ibiy be the object
ot hi- -eareh, -tartid ou a keen jump lor
the barn. I be oidin.iu made up hi- miinl
that the my-tery wis su.ied. 1 hat nijlt
lhek and Hank di llit come home to supper.
I th 'U ht I -houll not I f able to hold
iuy-t !f to ether, as llavk related bis sur
pii e of old Zury ana Lis son, as tin y stood
l.ue to taee.
" Hut hold on," siid hp, " I hav'nt told
yo i tin best of it yet ; about two week- from
that timr, one day lie and Dick had beti
woikin all day, and we made up our ii.iii.lt
that we should tind dd dad bucked, lor he
hadn t been in the did at all iu the alter
noon, niul he alw.iy. kept a froo l barrel of
ale in the cellar; bit when we had started
.ho should we see tut the old man cdini;
around the tid-e: sMck and me went over
that way '1 here wao old dad, and the old
We laid flat on tie ground, anxious to
know what the old tiati wa- poin.' to do,
win ti wh.t wa- our ttrpri-e to see him take
the tint pi-itiou lick had taken it couple
of week- I cloie.
We said iiothili;, for wc hadn't seen any
of that kind of .-pot t ii a Ion time ; the old
man pre-etited ratiura hi' in t .i''..V njpt'iir-in."-,
but Hilly, iiolhn dauiitt'd, pointing
tor the inaik, the oil man lowered, but
little two late, f r the.'oal took him ' plump. '
W e heard soim thing ti i!;.' :n the mud, and
it waul Li.ly, r it ,-t io I looking down
ou t the ti I.e. Mc ml Dick pulled for the
1 1 li, and in a few ninnies we saw old dad
p.iii.hiu' tor the house, covered wilh mire
iioiii ht a 1 to loot.
" ih.it ni-ht the od man was dressed up
in hi. bc-t clothes, i ventured to a-k him
it he was -oiu,. over o see th' Deacon.
" 'See the Deaion no! Can t a man put
on jjoo 1 clothes without goin to see the
' ' Yes,' said Did, leaping out the door ;
'cant n man go ail see the goat, without
tuuibiiii,' in t ie ii i u i'.1'
" Dick wa- film-, am the old tn.iii look
ing nt me, and then very significantly at a
heavy wooilen bootjfk, I stepped out of the
back door Sy 'ii tUe limn.
ORIGIN OF Tills WtiKD " LL.U'K-
In all great bout-, but particularly iu
royal residences, ta re were a number of -mean
and dirty ihf cmlaiits, who.-e oilice
it was to attend the wood yard, sculhiies, ;
Ac. I If these (for i the 1 jwest depth tlierc !
w as a lower still ) tlfc mo-t forloru wtctches
seem to have Lieu (elected to carry coals
to the kitchen, hall) Ac. To this smutty
regiment, who altt tiled the progresses and
rode the carts will) the pots and kettles,,
which, with every other article of furniture
were then removed from palace to palace, .
the people in il.Ti.-i3D gave them the name j
of blackguards a tiriu since become suf-
tieiitly famiiar, and lever before properly t
t xphiiiied. uiHjuitH Jiuta to Jjei. John
son s V tn is.
Yt.MVM by. At article that indolent
l..li.. ,,,nl;fi t!. nf tn aiinnlv lh
acwofcfeao water and foars.
To His Em'U.I.KNtt David S. ltKW
SV .' 1 now proceed to point out what I
conceive to have keen errors iu our man-
agement of the Common School ay-teii. of
the Slate. And !ir-t and prominent among
these was the opinion, at lir-t generally en-
t. Trained, tiiat lilt: Common Schools were
t Inii iti school-, intruded solely for the bene-
lit of w hat is called " the common people. '
Many very Well-iiicaiiing people, aniious
to aid iu the diffusion of know ledge, acted
on this fatal be fief ; and they lound, to the
credit of our population, that good intention
coiniiig iu such a haiie werciio'" .preciat-
cu. W Ao me the cutiunuii pruf y Alan
are unwilling to admit thai ll pf re ignor-
snf, still more compltiln ht to,!- poverty ;
but 8111011..' a population stroiuly imbued
with rciublican feeliug-i. none but the
a'tually infamous were willing to answer to
the appellation of iinninni), as implying in-
ferionty in claims to respectability, moral
worth and political prouiotioti. And if we
send to the CouitiiouSchools, said the people,
we admit this reproach of inferiority on
oor-clves and on our children ; we help to
drive our otl'-ptiur into the fold whem they
are to Le fenced off from the ari-tocracy of
the country, and to receive a mark that is
to ili.-tiii.'ui.-h then, for lile in cuntnun, iu-
With such notions prevailing as to the
mraning of Common Schools, and as to their
object, the utter Uilure of such a -y-triii
would be a source ol gi atillcatioti to the tl ue
republican : il would indicate a feeling 0fi
si 11 -re -pi ct essential to the ex. -tei.ee ot a
government professing to be founded ou the
l'ir.-t in importance in a free State i" a
popular character, independent, self-reliant
and virtuou- next and ancillary to thi-, is
the general diffusion of knowledge among
While we are fit for freedom we are un
prepared for any sy-tetn of education or re
ligion that pmles-es to build up a wall be
twceii the iiitleretit cla es the community :
that goes ou the a-sutuption that the dif
f. rent social ranks are to be fenced up iu
their accidental po-itioii,the Very rever-e be
ing the object ot all ju-l system-of education
at.il partly so ol the religion ot Je-us Chri-t.
This word itiitiittnn then, and :Jie notion
in regard to it, were a stumbling block to
u- at Iir-t, and came near heing the cau-e
of a total shipwreck ; and to this day there
are many sections where this " rock of of-
fetiee is still doing mi-chief.
Li fore we can hare a p rfect system of
Common Scl uo!.-, this ol noxiou- notion inu-t
be utterly eradicated and we mu-t under-
stand by CuMMnN S iiudls, the u IiikiL ; the
oiuntrit, the irojile s s-'hrniis, the -great Com-
mon I mver-itv of the State ; the word U"i-
moil denoting that it is common to ail, open
to all, and the place where a comii.oii or
ordinary education is to be obtained by all.
The word common i-partly u-ed in a si ti-e
exactly the cppo-ite of tint tir-t put upon it,
and -ti.l undcr-tood in some place- : it im-
p!ie- that the.-eare .ol the schools of a panic-
uUr cla-s, a- well a the fact that they are
pi i mo ri iu their character, and intt tided
for the in-truction of all until prepared to
enter establishment- founded for the ii'n-
provcmeiit of pupil- in .articular sciences
or in the higie r branches of an education.
If so understood and appreciated, what a
ditl'erctit a-,e(t would our Commoti Schools
present I Uur wealthy and intelligent
clas.-es would not Le giving money and ad-
vice in vain ; they would be giv ing w hat is
rquallv important, their tunc and service.
to these school-, and setting examples which
would be more highly appreciated than
friendly words of counsel.
Seii'iing their own children to school, and
appreciating the importance ol good schools
and correct information, they icon', ur '
it tluit the m h'nn'i un mil imiiiiiLi'il : they
would a:t a committee-men, keep a watch-
ful eve on the -choohoue, and take a more
iraetical iutcre.-t iu the success of the sys-
Jiut, say many of our intelligent people,
how can I afford to send to school so l adiy
manned .' Permit me toaii-wer this uniier-al
question by another injuiry, viz : win li will
tne school- be under belter control as long
as those who best understand the importance
of good education refu-e an active part in
their management T
Suppose the State annually disburse a
thou-and dollar to each ili-trict for cdua
tioual purpo cs and suppose you act on
the sup position that this is intended only
for the bctielit of tlie grossly ignorant an i
thos oppo.cd to learning, and leave ihe
entire uireetioti of the funds to tli' in. will
we have better Common School-: Will the
mere money make a change give eyes to
the blind, understanding to the looli-ii, an t
di-crelion to tho.-c who denounce ail know-
ledge a u-elcss and dangcrou-? will it
clevate the sl.iudard of teacher-, the e!ec-
tion still being left to tho-e who sign their
mime with a cro.s. Suppo-e the salaiy of
the President ot the I'nitrd State were in-
crea-ed lu one million of dollar-, would it
cau-e the people to make a wi-er choice fcr
the Chief Magistrate than thry have cur
done beloie .' '1 he charai ter of the cimli-
dates for any particular dace will u.'uui.s
depend on the charai ti r ol the tribunal that
i. to make the clinic. the .-pleii lor of
thc station or greatiie-is of the salary, the
voters being ignorant, only cnli ting iu the
con.'e-t for the dace, the greater amount
ot bad pas-ioru or evil de-igu.
U then, my intelligent friends I speak
now to ths. educated ami u the friend of
education how can wc expect the State to
advance to us greater sunt-, if we have
placed iu the earth the talent already lent
n..l,i i i.i mil it nut t.i the u-urer.
amlniake it yield it- full return of profit be- throw ing the burden of education on the
fore we can reasonably a-k to be cutru-ted : whole community as a public tax, the .'o-t
with greater repon-ibilitic ! to each individual, exc pt to the very rich,
liut, say you again, some people will be is va-t:y diminished, ami the chatic s ol utn
perversc. "and meet our effort to do them . veral intelligence greatly enhanced.
......I .1,1. r...r.. .oii.l.sn Bii'l r. nro, h..s On ihp .i.ne nrinciDlf L'OTct'ituents arc es-
Why do they doit! ISicause they olteii mis-
understand you ; and permit me, in all kind-
ness to au-'est to you, tn go to work as if!
you considered these your dchools tend
jouj chaldn"C art id w-oaiil-voe-zacD, uJ
j claim to be part of thonc interested iu Com-'
i nioti Schools, and if you act ju-tly and dis- ;
erectly you will soon have thiti 's your own'
way. I know neighborhoods where the
committee-men have given the entire con-
trol of the school iu each place to otic man
he guaranteeing a school and a good
teacher for a certain length of time each
year. Each gentleman so situated contri-
bute.i to the publie fund a certain amount
which, according to previous calculation, is
Iim than (he amount it would co-t him to
, educate his children in any other wav ; and
i thus he has the t-ati-faeton ofhmiig his
children intruded at home, save some -
, thing, and beiielits thn whole school district
in which he lives.
I I desired to aid in ecttintr un onf school
, 0f .lii.t sort iu each county in the Stat.-, to
act as an example for other district-; and
, l am gratified to be able to btate that 1 have
, been very successful in several instances,
j The fir-t pi rsou to vvhoiu I made the pro-
' position was to the Chairman of a new county,
j 1 a-ked him to seL'ct for me a di-trict con-
J taitiiu; one, two or three per-otn of means,
j ami having children to educate ; and in-
! formed him that I wi-'ned to make thin pro-
po-itioti, viz : If there should be several
persons, each with otic or more children to
have iii-trncted, I wanted each one to calcu-
late the co-l of edueatin the-e children at
hoarding school- then to agree to contri-
Lute ju-t hull that amount to the Five
j School, on comlitiou the committee would
: allow thetn to Select a teacher, manage the
school, Ac., Ac, they guaranteeing eijual
bem-tit- in the school to all the children of
It happened that the Chairman in iiue'tion
had the responsibility of edu'-ating several
: young ladies and he had been ca-ting a-
j bout for the most economical plan, lieing
a practical man, and not one of those dis-
po-ed, to u-e a vulgar phrase, to bite off
his uo-e to -i.tte his face, be readily saw the
advantages of the dan, and immediately
iiia'le a propo-iuon to the committee ot his
district. They gave him the control of tin
PT.") more, and for the $l.r)i, and board,
(which he was to furnish,) he got the
prom i -e ot a goo 1 female teacher, utnler-tand
nig Music, Drawing, Ac, .,for i lght months
i iu the year. Uy this operation he will save
1 from S7o to Km n.-r annum : and while he
i sav ing this, inte.v! of al u-iu
mon School b'-cause he furni-1
the Com- 'heir mean
s, for the more happy
benefit of others, half the fund-, he is grate-
ful to it for opening a wav by which his
school ext. . u-e- are dimim-hed one-third at
! least, and those whom he has the care of
instructing arc kept away from the Umpu-
tiotis of di-tant boarding schools.
Another gentlemen, in an extreme ei-t-rn
county, to whom I wrote on this subject, had
aeticipated me; and a- I was afterwards at
his house I found that he had gone over
precisely the grouti I which had occupied my
thought., and was in th
incut ot the coiielu-ion- at which I had ar-
rived, 'i he public fund for his di-triet
amounted annually to Jill '; and to this he
added f JiiH, never a-kitig v.y one el.-e to
contribute, and boarding free the leacln-r.
Iu return he was allowed to .select the tcach-
er: and he had with hitii a very competent
young man, teaching ten months in the year.
1 he geiitleBi-in in ijii.stion had a uutnbi.r of
small boys to educate ; and but for the Free
School system he would have had to pay
$.'11 I in-tead of ill to g. t a teacher at
Lome, or to have t ipcinled souieSl " iu
the neighboring village, with Lis children
i-x.osed to injurious influence ou every
Now, suppose that in every di-trict where
there are one, two or more families of means,
desiring to educate thi ir i. hild n-n well, this
dan were pur-ued, what would be the re-
suit And in thi- connection I wish it to
be diti"oW- understood that L desire no one
to contribute a much a il would cost hiiu
to cducatu hi- children iu any other way.
Sow, if the intelligent pot tioii of the com-
muiilty would pur-ue tin- dan, or if they
would only send their children to the Com-
mon Schools and take an active .art in their
management, the Schools themselves would
be greatly improved, and the spirit of edu-
cation would spread into that cla- who now
refu-e to send io auy school. Hut my time
will not permit me to pursue this branch of
my subject farther, except to make a few rc-
marks concerning the idea of charity a- as.
sociatcd with the Coinm )ti School-. They
are pn ei-ely such a charity a- the I'niver-
sitv lo.imied on exactly the same principle.
it tln re were no Colleges or I in v er-ttie-, it
would cost a gentleman trom SJ-"v,!MI to
j!.'!.), Ki i to educate one son in the manner
in which he can he edu."i'cd at Chapel Iliil.
lie would have to employ at an annual sal
ary of I, mi HI to fl.ooi', a l'rotes.-or of
M jlhf mat.e.s, a ProScs-or of Languages, a
Pro.'cssor of Chemistry, Philo-ophy, Ac , a
Professor of Political Kcmiomy, Ac, and a
PiO-e-.-or of Utile Leitrei, Ac; then he
would have to expend frjiu S'l.HtlO to S.'H,-
thi. I for chemical and philosophical appara-
t.i-, lihiarie-. A.. Ac. I tt view of thesu S i tTl -
cuitics the 1'uiver-ity was founded at the
joint ei'eii-c of all the pi"p'e. and lor the
same reason- fund are raised, in various
way-, for other Cc'lege-j and with these
funds, buildings are erected, book and ap-
p.iratu purchase. 1. and an annual income
secured to pay part ot least of the salaries
of the Profe--or-, :iud of I he current cxpen-
-c- ot the institution. After this much ha
been done by the public the cost of a C 'lic-
.date education to each student is diniitit-hed
at lea-t one hundred told; and tin
is t xai tl y
the wav in winch our ( ouitn )M Selioo..- ope
rate. A common fund i- provided .it the
join' t ip. ue of all, and in tl.o-e counties
which lav t ties for School purposes each one
navs according to hi- means.
lu short, the Common S. ho i. sy
tbj I'niled State are founded on this one
1 iT-it ,.r lmnortant loea. to-wit: i tiai t
tablished and the people taxed for their ,
support ; and he would Le universally c n
sidered a a fool or a knave who would eon
; tend that nly tbo-e having immediate Lusi-j
i - - wiU!o :'uiiaTi.s-r it iitwv)-6tfii!-i
contribute any thin? towards the cipcnsci
of an vflicicnt admitiistration of ju-tiee.
A eovernmeiit or a judiciary, supported
by the voluntary subset ip'ions of litigant
patties, would be a most ili-a-trous failure ;
there would be no justice, no law, and uo
j Common Schools are a rnmumn burden,
and though some pay more than other-, cm h
one, when taxes are laid, pays according ti
his ability. Tht part ot timr duty toward i
t lie maintenance of C jiiiiuou Selu ih, in
North Carolina, I am proud to say, the rich
hav e generally mo-t clieet ft.l'y discharged ;
' greatly to their honor they are willing to
p' treely ami largely, and a.-k only that
the money Le well applied. I say t them
in return, inve-t vour money iu this as iu a
win' It you uir yirfMinulhi inft i'S.
. . -s
after its application your 'We-,
lid your children to the Schools. .j
supported, and Inanv cau-es of compl a n:
will soon disappear. Conn Unite your money
as to an mc iimtnl ) trim h yui nrr a
hihli ', nwl tin'; n'trr th' iliviirni't ;
nd no longer eon-idi r that you arc giving
to a charity, and are actuated merely by
You have a direct personal interest in the
su-ce-s ot the Com.n ui Schools so feel and
" accordingly and you will see a cLane
in he whole n-i'i cl nl things.
Having devoted this letter
wealthy and intelligent cla--i"
I this letter to the more
ligetit cla-e, and having
addressed tin-in in very plain lai.g'iage, I
shall, in my n.-xt. take a similar liberty with
the people at large, of all cla cs, I wih
not to offend, and to do full jii-'iee to thu
motives of all; but I f. el that I ought to
fpeak plainly and to touch direct y 'he
points which need pruhtng. Having to wntn
' odd intervals, when wearied with travel,
my style is more Hunt than I could desire
it to be; but my great purpose is, pot to
make a di-play ol ingenious argument or of
elegant composition, hut to convey i
ft least to provotiu or excite picas an.
It I seem to sp. ak har-hlv let it be re
membered that I aim at the welfare of all
desiring to sec the hie ing of education and
freedom si cured to the poor and rich thu
lorim-r started on an upwa-u career ol re,
p' Ctab'nity , honor and happiness; and the
latter not only secured in the enjoy met of
ut made more wealthy and
having their lots ca-t among
a pcple univi r-ally moral, intelligent, ind
peudenl and pro-pcrous.
" great rcpi-ct,
C II WILEY.
Murphy , Cherokee, X. C , Sept -?, l'o-'h
THE liF.i'FNT KN.LIN'i; H-' M A.I. All
NdLD AT Ft HI 1' tllt.MI .VM.
I'.i the aoth irity of a private Utter from
Fort I i rahatti, 1'vt.i-, tl
W a-hiti.toti Star
alleged dud, iu
give- a new ver-i "U of tl
Major A rii.. id, nl the Uud dragoons.
killed by A-.-i-taut Surgeon Mciner.
It seems that Steiuer and l.ieutiMiant Iling
h.nii were ijuarreliing, and di-turhfd the
garri-ou a- to compel the commander. Ma
jor Arnold, to g.. to tbetu and order tLn-iu
to their respective ipiartcrs. St.-iiier thru
told Arnold, that il he lac-d him utniir
arre-t, he would kid him. Thi- threat be
ing taken a- a mere cbu'.itiou ol pas-ion,
Arnold look no notice of it, and the ipi ir
reiiers went to their respective quarter.
On the next day whili they had tian; to
cool their pa-sious, Arnold sent the Adju-
taut of th.- po-t with an order to arrest
both. They were found at Lieut. IJiug-
Lams quarters, apparently about to renew
the quarel. Steim r, ou reading the order
tor hi-arre-t, gave him-elf up, and again
remarked that he would kill any man who
should arrest him, and de-ircd to see Ar-
hold. The Adjutant ad-.i-cd him not to
go ,i r to A. quarter-, lest he might
commit himself by Using violent and iti-uli-
ordinate language ; Lathe pcrsi-tcJ in go-
In a few in iment-, the Adjutant heard
pistol shots there six and, rushing over,
found Arnold laying weltering in his 1 loo 1
iu the p--gi: between Ins two room-.
Steiuer had tired lour shot-, each ot whicli
had taken effect ami Arnold had tired two,
neither of which hit Steiuer, Aruoll lived
but hlteeii minutes after being .-hot. Steiu
er had e.-caped when the Adjutant entered,
but he re-arre-tcd him a few moment- afterward-,
sa.ing that he was about tJ
mount his horse to and deltvir him-elf
opto the civil authoi iti.-s. lie is now in
cu-to.lv at the io-t. Mrs Arnold was in
the Maior - ijua.tcr-, and probably saw the
w hole affray. Steiuer s offence is punisha
ble wilh death, of cour-e, un ler martial
law, and we take l-T L'ra'ited that he will
be foitiiwith court-li. :i 1 1 i.i lei! , uuio-s thn
civil authoi ities take- him by w I it of i i.e-.i
t-o'yi", out ol the hands ol the military
and afterward-, if the law courts fail to
com ict hiiu.
Steiuer, who is a native of IYtiii-y1ra-iiia,
is said to be one ot the mo-t accom
plished surgeons in the crwce. and ,-) de
voted to iii- profe. ion, that during the
Mexican war, a'ter he h id sufficiently al
ter led to the wounded on the American
side, he was iu the hal.it of going among,
the Mexicans and dressing and operatin g;
on their wounded.
The hite-l account -tat'? Dr Stciner hvJ
been discharged by the civil author-lie.
having C'lumiUed the homicide iu s. li- le-
The Coo- Democrat ay: "We learn
that a regular mammoth h 'ti 1. ttp-.n thu
s'.ininiit of Mt. Washington is cri.iu-.'y con
i.,.i!t...l to eosi S-gi'l II (I at leas'. 'I ha
young misses are y, t f pla.v the piano
there in the mi ist
ill liev lllg i'i'iii'l-,
and the ten pin t !
above, while th.
trim He In- Piin
r rallies it- bolts
below. We s
there yi"t, with
hall have dancing halls up
th. ir li.ht.'d win lows -bin-
in . on ihe w.rM l-eiow thr-igli me uarK-pes.-
of the nigl't like a plat an cf para Ii 1
light lio'i-es, or a range of fallen -tars
and . e as we
Amaxcd ar ' etui us,
Th-1 mirlh and fuu grow f-t and lurion.''
diucera in the -ky. r.vca t..
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