PAYABLE IN ADYANCJ
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I-1 v l21"" -oS ; v i ? vv v V Z1 ri. v ; ; 1 : .rv
! .l"VA-ir V;':-, ' ';'t'."--r ? :v-;r:-o.-; .-if-.j I: ;
: x Terms, S2 oo rim ankumP' i ; tS-:-';:?'-".:-"-'-V1'"" ' f'tflEi NOBLEST; MOTlVi: . -
I i ;t3iB OF SUBSGKIPTION.
Single copyj in advance. 'per annum v "$ 2 00 A
" . , , at Ibe end f the yeat 3,00
Sinjrlc corien. five rents. " :
, ro suWIptioa will be received for less ttiarf sil
months. . . . . , t
1 t n i J JC ' . A . . J
c?-t3 pr xiiare of 16 Iini?3, or. lew, for the ; Good8 " &xr Mft.eiwhi'i
- " tenia jor ea.cn- euixeauent ioseruon. Tar . vomkc fw uiwucj w pruu
uy pprioU under. three months. ' f, ; ; i - ' --; ,heir tock consisU in
Por thfrise months. 4 . V.iv. --iiSi M.'Alii.'C' '
Other adrertiR-mfnt,by ." the rear-on faTorahle Laffiiira and Java
id- Loaf Sugar ; tBio,
Coffee : Butter. Cheese.
Advrtiteir art iMirticiilarly reoBestPd to" riivA :r!i-5fyoi-a -Tlai-rl ? Tir oA Wdd '
:." ' - P. . rt , JL tle or Jtake cattle to winter for 5 dollars pt:rueaafj:
': STPHArAN,, itTOBlVPf t , -aud retard the tfowp with young calves ; and incase
;XjTA,VfJ1 associated, tbeiasetres t'dgetber in aener- tionof 5 dollars wilKbe. made, ib all cates where I pur
is t a. a v w mcm vuv i UJU w.- uui iui ivi tlioec W B. l Will 'VUPV iiiat - t
JALENDER,F0R;i85!).; vt I vTUENOIU'II ". cZrollvN;''
FAYETTE VILLE, KC-
" ; - Judicial-Anecdote.
Mr Reporter Jone?, f;. lWujreniW: Cccri
of North Carolina, !i( e faip is ostn s.
r with that of Cousin iIIy D Unra,' a !!s i!.c
followiiig' with-.Hiiaitahle- htirn.-r, sLowit: c it ar-
nesK, aad are now' receiving a well selected. Stock of For. further Luior'mation as' to' the, value of the Cattle,
l&eyare, waling-' to- x. &creler8't&'W.'''liTomlmBoii..'' ' u
"iV-rrrrJaa. 7.-;-. 3t -- JNO. V- JONES.:
NO T IC E T O C UT Y
jLIi persons having claims against the Couniy'of
Cumberland are requested to band i them xo tue
. ; stale the niimier of insertions desired, otherwise they -.-n . va i nrv ' ii - tjuu nr i Ulerk of the County Goun on or before the 1st day of
! Will be merted until forbid, and charge d accordingly. Y;aco1? l? -Wacierellll J5D18, Mt3.. and February uext. for the purpose of being passed upon
I jFgr-JOU WORK of all kinds executed heatlT1 and Kits.;- -Topacco, Snuff and Cigars Foreign by the Committee of Finance. - By order of the -omptly.
' -7 ; - . ' Wd DoihesticVanes axkLmSral-: -',: ', :; MITTEU;pF FINANCE.
. 'Nov. 20. -Sin r ", ' ' . ' -. :
. Kj. ') - I
Hay street. Fayeiterille,
WRIGHT f AND FULLER.
ATTORNEYS ANLf COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
LRME-NT T'AVRfGtlT and BARTHOLOMEW
lave associated themselves tncpthfir
r .. . i .. . . " 0
lor me pill t iictri; proFe&sian. Prompt atten
tion given-m iuinafiscomTpitted to their charee.
j They willactice'in the comitiles of Cumberland
iarii:ii,-ryaini)sou, icowfon and liladen .
T U O Y Sz FUIiliKR,
AtJornty und Counsellors
T0BERT E. TROY
GOOD asspnrtment ofi4
Kerseys. .Blankets, Tw
Jeans, Satmetts, Ciassimeres, ;.
Prints, Shoes, &c.
18. Doz. Hoop Ski -ts,
50 44 Linen ant Marseilles Shirts.
STARR & WILLIAMS.
LL Persons indebted to me by Note or Account,
are earnestly reqqested to call ; and settle the,
saute. 1 hose who have long standing acbountt, can- ;
not expect further indulgence. ' j j j
luo.-e wno nave accounts against me are requestea jPRILi
to present me ramc.ioi payuieui. ! i
Jan. 8. 8.9. Ira J. A. PE.MDERTON.
" ? f . " ' i.i
t . a. vo- jr- ' - T - - . ... ' v. , " m v . m v mr pti a d at r iv-WH.itvr. lilt
- i.--s: g i--.?:r,r x -7 . ' ;? Kt inrtnn umi, euiue ui me compeers ol U;-Slyn, Hi.Lin.
1 . - - ct.,-;. .v. r-r f -a roiitinnR.to see. farorable tnention 1 . j i. . . - ' z ' '
r ' a irv'-rwr- :'iat..-.v .'rs.-.7- v . " r. rw"-: t r -t v ----- , ' . y,u xeursoiu are rniuer slow at tvt"-T. Jur -
, ... v..:. 3 -. ' 'bvrltttesqfbousfe Favettevi.ie. "A v,;;3
. r -V V 9 ti Il.- l21l4-a5 Jre8Pnt for trial iu which t.x-Judu. r ,
;:; t 16 r::ir ; ia-4 19V-20 l2t. S?-'6 iJam? 'u " witness -iu tl:e rneey 1. -d
Ti: VARY, without
- ? - ; AV ' T 8r,: ,I0V?11 :,l2rn,,S At. this sallj the uho'e har
1 . their Jut ,f
i fi T 8 9 10 11 10 'for the difference in 1h?TeWbsre??fTtT , ... ?0
v V , . j r i . inPTt. soring. New Orleans ma v be 5 snrrouririedl , " . ... . . r .-. .
r ' 1
$ JOHN P.
. FILLER, have
V'l'orm d an association -for the practice of their
.profession in Bolcsoi co.. only-fR- E. Troy will
4 also lUtem the Courts otstilaaen and Corumbus', and
J. P. I'uIUt those ofCuntbei'lan'tl. ;
j Their Ollice in .Lumbermen will be kept open at
It.t. times. ' j
J January 9,18n8. 83-tf .
', ATTORXEY AT LAW,
TT'ENDS the Coil r If of Cumberland, Harnett,
XjL -" aki! and Jolitiytoti . .
' . .... . .
Adjress, Tofime, Warpett Co.', N. C.
I"eb. 1(. lh".(i. ! 1 8r-y
ATTO UKKfk: AT L .VTV.
Can be fonml it Ulc fonnerly occupied
l)r. (jf i 1 1 i-xnf , on I'ovv Street. ,
1 ! :
F I Y ETTEV
T 4 t XT
rin'E RUnSCRIU'EMiving associated ihemsel
j JL together in' the; p ctfeeof Law, und-.-r the name
end rft to of CAlk:lf).NThfcv SHA , will attend the
County a i l Sup -I'ior Coil rfs of Moore, Montgomery,
AtMon. .Riciimol aitd aooeson. ;Ail Dusiness, en-
IX L E ,
FLUID, Oil and Lard Ln ps:
Brittauia and Bi ass Candlesticks;
Superior Stee . Snutiers;
Brittania Castors, Tea lots and Coffeepots:
Brittania SPOONS and LADLES;1
Brittania Communion Se 8 Goblets and Cups;
Tinned Iron Spoo is and Ladles;
Planished Tiu Cotfce Urn-i and Pots, Tea Pots;
Oyster and Beef Stjeak Bi shes; and Dish. Covers;
: Waitkks, ofall si :es and shapes. a
Fine Scissors; large for Cutting, small for embroid
er- ; Razors and Pi
nOXE'S p.irkling GKLATIXE.l' or Sale by
J S. J. HINSDALE.
Dec 18, 1858. tf
Q PEKM, Refined, Lard, Linseed and Tanner's OIL ;
O WHITE LEAD ; Burning Fluid ; Putty,; Window I
mB .iw1 Sh ntnll Riy.os: I- I J J U iMU
ALSO h ! .
A fresh supply of Pond's Pain Destroyer. ;
tForsaleby JASl MARTINE.
Nov. 27. tf - ': ! '
for, all pui poses;
, Iron and Stous Morters; . )
Stone Crocks; Tin. Ware;
Cedar Tub.-, Pails, Churns and Bowls; i
Coun'er Scales, to weigh i to 540 lbs; .'
Family Scales, to weigh every ounce to 4 lb:
Cocoa Dippers; Hair ind Wire Seives;
Tabjle Mats; reatilier Dusters;
Dust Pans; Curtain Pius;
Hand and lea Hells, " "
' Music Portfolios; Ladies Work Boxes; Rosewood
; Toilet Bxes; :;
Ladies' Leather Bags, (large;) .
White Satin Beads and White Cut Beads, for
I fany wprk; . j.
Porte Monaies, entirely of leather, a superior article;
Electric Polishing t'owuer; lpoy's Saus; Corkscrews.
A great variety of other useful, articles, too tedious
to mention. Come urid soe for vourselves ai the
"Crockery Store." : ! Atr. N. TILL1 NG1IAST.
. Oft: 2. . H i i -i;m '
ON hand, a large assortment of Box and cooking
Stoves ; Tin-ware; Sheet-Iron ; Lead Pipe. Al
so the " Old Dominion Cofice P1." ; For sale by
Nov. 27. tf JAMES MARTINE.
Jxo. . Camkkon.; :
May I, lt.-.s. fly
' " . . : t
AUCTIONEER A COIISSION MERCHANT,
East Side of Gillespie Street'
1 FWKf TKVILLK, N. C.
Nov. ,1:5. l-"8
W. II TUKI,Ii3T()i,
Ucietnl riunijii8lu Wfichann
vj NORTH WATER, STREET,
1 IVifmi'igUn;' N. C.,
7"ILL !?ive .personal Attention tothcsaie or stiip-
ineilt r all oisiLT-uniLMit 01 .ai omits ui
. . -t . . 1 1 .
Other conntrv proUjle.anu any oiuer niine cu
trusted hieare, he promptly atteuded to.
Vp'riV 18 18m.' iy
t X. M E S I A V I S , having ,
ni permanently locating in tne
r,-.v- if rai-ottevi!, rspectfullj otters his servi- .
!ii 1-if tMis id this place ;and surrountiing :
... i . . 1 Li.. f 1
Count rv 1 1,1 aw tae various nnmuiiea yi m 1 iw
jfessi:i, including tle j manufacture of Mineral
tTe.-t'i. lie is sati-ih1 1, tttor an extensive expert
r ... ..:,.'. ...V.Tn.'l Sm' tbi-iTorh Tiprifal
'(. Ml H I I 11 -1.7 ll't.ll i.-.r!.--.. . ,
LADIF& GEJTS, MISSES'
BOOTS, SHOESA GAITERS,, 8fc.
AXD, IX FACT. KVERYTHrXG USUALLY SOLD IX HIS LIXE
rianters and all others wtto desire to purchase, a
superior article of
j No. 1 EROGANS,
are rqspeetfully solicited to ceill and examine his stock.'
Havinj'just returned troni the iMortb, and exam
ined my Goods carefully before purchasing, I flatter
myself that I am now prepan d to sll tliem upon ' as
good terms as they can be bqught in this market,
LEATHER of all descriptions; and for all pur
poses, constantly on hand
, The above articles will be
L UTTERL Oirs LINE.
TEAMER -'FANNY" leaves Fayetteville every
k5 Monday and Thursday morning, at 15 minutes
after Sun rise; and Wilmington, Tuesday and Friday,
at o'clock. carrvtiiG: paasengers and freight.
Steamer "SOUTHERNER with a fail comple
ment of Flat- mikes one or more trips per week, as
circumstances mav require. !
The accident to the Steamer "ROWAN" will be
repaired in a few days. She will then take her place
in the line. T. S. LUTTERLOH.
Oct. 9. -If
: j j .'
NOTICE TO SOLDIER'S WIDOWS.
.--t '- rz;Z : . . 'i 11 o iiuyv rwxmiiR uu?;ui lucrmsrstiauu musk tare- l;onfrrps havnif
jc 1 u ! y Bcifcifu oiovrcvci uucrcu uy uiui 111 luia iun,n
ket.comprising every "stvle and qkiantity of qj,
'HHE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Soldiers,
r it and the Widows of Soldiers who died
IN Service, in the war ot 1812, can have their
U - J.I .11 1 1 J it-J ...Lj : .1
maae aaaitionai pruivision lui; rrr-'
26foycoruou. utauH.iiuwc.a, ' J 1 Mr Stranjre's pun.J The J
scattered inrougn every garuen be fAt stU did not ste
2 ; every vacant 10. in . the pnn: ' At the close i the c-ii-caii th.-J.ule
9) tDerL?T;fr- IV?Z 'r?" re.nrncd home, still nd,n,g -., .h, m.k
of Mr Strange, and wonderiajfriLrc ihe.jri7i
(conld.be .; 'just -before Jie reached' l.nnu-, liov-
Give-me the management of your claims, and
the money shall come at once, or no charge.'
JNO. M. HOSE.
Fayetteville, June 19, 1838.
Acrt. for Pensions.
: uJr decided o
BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE.
npiIE Directors of.tbis Bai
JL" dend ol" 4 per cent, out
six months. Payable on anil after the 1st Jan'y 1859
Jan. 1, 1859. 2t
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. 1 .. ...'is.:
t i- .1. . .p. .'!. . f,..l nviinnr anil vflT-fiil m;in.
1)1 'lit-, I ti t'l lli'.ir'. 111
iier. a- w
FOR AXLES, lillL
'HpniS Grease for Stages,
l AL GREASE
ell as disease. of the minuth, i None but
ilddo use f in the various
Uperati iix. ' Ciart wilL be moderate,: that the ;
Leu-jits of the -Profusion mny lie placed within (
th ic i t nil wba inay1 jteel an; interest in the
pre 'rvafi i of the'Teetlt j
' : xri )M?a over Uoaston!s Jewelry "Store, where
lie wil U. f.iind at all tiipes.
My 15, 1S58 tf ;. ' :: ;. ..
i -i i I' r ;'
1 .:. r i
! it .
; 1' I
IJ Y GEO. LAUDER,
Two -Doors above 0. T, Ifaiirli ; & Son's Store
1 F.iyelteville, N. C. '
Oct. 1, 185b ly. r ; -
--" r ' -: i ;, : - ' M ' , : :
(18 patterns,) Cake Baskets, . CamUesticks,
Cups, Tea Sets. Goblets, Spoon Holders,
Butter DUlies, Butter Knives, Mo
.' passes Cups, Napkin I Rings,
Tea Bells, Pie. Knives,
j Sugar Tgngs, and
tVaffoiis. Carts, f 'arriafresi.
JL Mill Gearing. Heavv Bpariiigs. &c., is found to
be tlie best in use. It iswnrranted to stanit any tern-
purature. It combines the fcody and fluidity d 1 al
low. Rerswax mid Tar. keeps the Axles alwavs eOol
aud doe- nt run oil', and is liiis.u -pass..d in dui nbility
Manufactured uy J. I
A consignment on Iind,
of the " Car.dlnian,"; Mark-
price 25 cents per box.
Nov. 20. 1M8. tf
A. A. M
TTEEPS constantlv on h
XV. Vehicles of every des
ahd faithfully made and fin
xeatest style. His facil
work are greater than an
"which enabHes him to sell his work on- the most favor
able terms. !;
Nov. 13. 1858. tf
Dr. Frank Will'mirCs Ityc IJVhiskey.
MITCHELL hasjnade arrangements with Dr.
Frank Williams, to be constantly supplied with
his celebrated RYE WHISKEY, which can be had at
his Store at all times, by wholesale 01 : retail.'
Oct. 16. 1858, tf .1'
SOld CHEAP FOK CASH.
LC. 2U. I80B.
k. have declared a divi-
bf the profits of the 1 st
LAND SALE. :
ON the 17th day)f January. i859. on the premises,
I will ottVr at Pul.d c Sale, 209 acres ot Land,
in Robon county, on the west side: of the Lowry
Road, joins Conoy, Colb. McDonald and j others. A
description is needless as 1hose wishing to purchase
wrill examine for themselves. Terms at Sale. x
Jan. 1, 1S59. 3t. for N. A. Graham.
2 3 4 ! 5 6 7
9 10 11 )12 13 14
16 17 18 j 19 20 21
23 24 25 1 26 27 28
30 31 : i
j 112 3 4
6 7 ! 8 ! 9 10 11
13 14 15 ! 16 17 18
20 21 22 1 23 24 25
27 28' 29 :30
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- 4 r 5 - ? 6 7
11 12 13 i 14 15 16
18 19 20 21 22 23
25 26 27 ' 28; 29 SO
' 1 r 1
respondent of the Soil of the South, says ;
."My opinion is, that the son flower, in its
rank growth, absorbs the Very, elements in the
atmosphere that produce fever, or chills and
! fever, and what is the life of the snnflower'is
highly obnoxions to the health or the numan
family, nor do I believe that a man could ever
have a chill, who wonld sleep in a bed of rank
sunflowers. This, too, seems to be. no new
theorv. as Lieut. Maury states that his -gar
dener a Frenchman informed h
sanitarv influence had been Ion
France. . . , .
ever, the point bt:curred to him, n l he cr
entered his yrtR
was met bv his
was amazed lit his caehinatory tit; i
not yet subsided, j ,
5ly dear husband V she exclaimed,
can ibe the matter ? aie sow beside
Vfur.-e f V
Till: NORTH CAROLINIAN,
1 ilUfklii Paper, i '
i , DEVOTED TO ! ; '
POLITICS, AGRICULTURE, AND LITERATURE."
Terms. Two Dollars per Annum in advance.
aO Merchants, M ami fact urers. Farmers, and Busi
ness Men generally, this Paper will beji found a val
uable medium tor Advertising. j ;
eauiey, Aew 1 crK.
and for sale at the office
t square. In 2lb. boxts,
C.vnns. Bill Heads. Circclars, Rosters, Pamph-
lets, and every decriptiOn of PRiXTixGdone in the
best .'stvle of the art. on leasonable terms
2?-" Orders by mail from aljoining cd unties will
; be punctually attended to. i'f ; :
, Nov. 27. MARTIN fc PEARCE.
and a larre assortment of
cription. which are well
shed in the lightest and
ties for doing carriage
r establishment South.
r I MIE undersigned has tra
JL tin & Pearce, all accou
oPnian pr"int.ing office, and
. claim upon th? same.
I Nov. 20. 1858. . tf
1U.UUU which the hi
STATE Ol? NORTH
nsferred to Messrs. Mar-
its due to the North Car
herebv relin(juish''S all
G. W. WIQHTMAN.
SCOTTISH AMERICA?! JOURNAL.
IN announcing a new volume of the Scottish Ameii
icax Joirxal, the Proprietor begs tb call atten
tion to thoe feat ures of the paper which have already
secured for it a large share of support and which
ought to commend it to the patronage of a still more
numerous class of readers. j . j .
The special feature of the paper is that it is a Scot'
tish. journal, containing notices o every event occur
ring in Scotland that can be regarded as of the least
interest to natives of the country now residing on this
Mountain " Scenery.
The Scenery of Westthi.Norti Carolina j
and Western South Carolina. , 1
. BY HENRY BJ COljfOS. 1
WORK upon the scencljy of 'the Blue Ridge and
its fellow ranges of Mountains will be published
rly in January. The following will be its contents :
Chap. I Introduction.
" II Asheville.
" ill boates to reach Asheville The Swa
nanoah Gap Road.
Chap. IV -'ihe Hickory Nut Gap Koad
" V The routes fromj South Carolina Ssjlern
Gap and Jones Gap, Flat Rock, Hendersonville, Cse
ear's Head, Whiteside Mt and Cashier's Valley.
Chap. VI A route via iWilkesborough aud ; Le
noir ; the Valley of the Yadkin ,- Wilkesborough ;
Happy Valley ": Lenoir ; Hi'bri'ten, ect. ;
I Chap. VII Morgan ton and its' surroundings; the
Piedmont springs ; Hawk's Bill and Table Rock.
tGkap.VIli Linville Fallja ; the Gingercake Rock;
North Cove and the Gave, j : r -
jGhap. IX The vicinity qf Asheville ; the White
Sulphur: the Million fpring; Pleasant Drives.
Chap. X the U lack iMoutarn ; the Mountain
House ; Journal tif a party. .;
Chap. XI The Roan Mountain;; the Bald Mount.
'Jhap. XII The French Bi'oad River aud the Warm
C S I ' .
(Chap. XIII Pleasant Country Stopping .Places ;
Oarsoirs on Mie Catawba ; Harrisi'sat Ghimney rock;
BherilTs at Hickury Nut Gap ; Pen land's at i Flat
Rock on Toe River, in Yancey : Alexander's and : A.
Baird s on the French Brpad Alexander's on the
Swaniianoa, ' I ' '
j Chap XIV The Western Counties ; Haywood,
tackson, Macon and Cherokee ; Pigeon River ; the
Naotihala ; Franklin; a winter Trip; Valley Reiver;
Cherokee Indians. i i 1
j Chad XV Productions ofj the- West. Agricultural
and Mineral ; Wild .Flowers ; Tree : Growth j Wild
Animals and Iteptilcs. ?
j Appendix- The Pilot Mountain Salem ; Piedmont
Springs of Stokes; Shocco Sfirings- Kittrell's Springs;
tetters of D.r Christy oa Mountains of No Carolina
fj The work will contain four views of Mountain Scen
ery and a map of that section of cbuntry, showing all
Rfcads, Stage Lines, Stopping places ; noted places,
etc V It will be got up in the best style of art, and
Wjhen sent by mail, GG cts
, The Different, African Races. At a' late
meeting of the Boston Society of Natural, His
tory, Dr Bodiehon; a resident of Algeria in
Africa,' presented1 a paper of. great interest on
the races of that country, founded on hisj own
observation. He stated that thertjj were .two
white races ; one inhabiting the mountains, the
Numidians or Berbers, and the Arabs. The
former were small in; stature, warlike, indepen
dent, democratic, and polygamous.: They dwell
in villages and plant vineyards. They are fine
soldiers, able to compete with . Europeans.
They are not governed by laws, but refer their
difficulties to the 'first roanthat chances to pass
by. Dr B. considers them an indigenous.race.
The Arabs are a tall race, cf dark complexion,
equestrain, nomadic, warlike, religious, poeiieal
and polygamous, lhey divide' their tnie, a
bont equally, between -fighting and praying.
He also referred to a mixed race of Tnrks, and
the women of the different tribes of the coun
try, which not having the stamina of the par
rent races, are fast disappearing before ..the
Jbrencu. lie louua in ine interior oi -a.inca aj
. ai Well, my dear,' he answered, after he had
k : I become somewhat calm, ' at the Cumberlai.d
g hnqwa in QQurt there waff an absent witness in one of Mr
Strange's cases whose name is Mary Mvony,
and Strange remarked tliat I12 conki not go
into the trial without Mary Moony,' and here
he relapsed into a hurricane of lanhter.
- Why, Judge replied the good lady, '1
don t Fee anything laughable in that remark,
'.Well,' replied the Judge, after long pause,
'I don't see the point just now myself, I did a
few minutes ago, and jon.may depend npon its
ng a rich one if yon will only discover n.
J-ustso : if ton could only ce it! u ell,
the jokelwas not very smart, ,nd . t;ie ,J uae
was verv excn?alle for .rt taking; the fun of
Uhe thing was the afterclap.
Germanic race, with blue eyes and light hair, I lie k"ew-if, and; insisted on J:s rght
who are probably the descendants of the an
r.ient ; nAfthacreninns; Thev arer Dolvcrninous.
sovereign, both iu family and state. They also '1 Now Bob, will 1
possess the characteristic superiority of white
races the enslaving of the neighboring blacks.
Chas. Courier. . '
A Paragraph j for Mothers. A - writer in
Blackwobds Magazine considers the prevailing
idea of toughening infants to enable them to
withstand cold a disastrous and. destructive
treatment. Although it may be true; that
young animals have a higher temperature than
old ones, yet it is believed to be a fact that
the younger the animal the feebler its poker of
resisting cold. The process of "toughening"
may be carried so far by cold water baths and
exposures to cold-air as suddenly and seriously
to chill the- vital current. ." Exposure "to the
open air and the vicissitudes jof the weather in
the process of ''tongheuing ' ought not to com
mence until the child has obtained the free use
of its limbs, so that his own 'activity may couii
teract the exposure aud assist in the toughen
ing pVocess. Parents should not commence
this system of' toughening.' when the child is
merely'passive iu Uieir-liands.The principle
is that the child must assist by its own activity
in the process of hardening ; This is the true
line." , ' f !::lr , ' ' ' - .
Wasn't I There Too.- At a recent elec
tion in this State, a lad -presented himself at
the polls to elar'ni : the benefit of the. elective
Feeling a deep interest in a f ivorite candi
date, the father who was evidently opposed to
the boy's preference, stood at tl;e ballot-box"
and challenged hrs right to rote, on the ground
of his not being oj" age. The young man tie
clared that he was twentv-one years old, that
The father, becoming indignant. ! d wishing;
as the saying is, to " bluff iinn off" before Ihr
you stand up tht ie oi u
tradict me I JJon't 1 Know now old you are ,
Wasn't 1 there ?" . .
Bob looked his contempt, for the old man's
speech, as he hastily replied :
'Thunderation 1 s'pose you was, wasn't I
This settled the sire, and iu went ti e
Good Idea. During the personal cauvpss of
Mr Garnett among the electors of i-'aUo:!,
England, he and his friends call. nr at a I n k
8ter's shop found only a !.oy, t ho, Inthg
leared their business, went to the foot of the
stairs and calk-1, "Mother, here's a nan as
wants your vott for him 't be a Parlianui.t man.".
" Well," shontqd the niothcr, " tell them thy
fayjlinr's not in, bnt if he'il chalk his nar.ie on
the'eounter wTe'M inquire into his chv.ractcT."
Inquire into .' character' would save us many
a' bad legislator.
Minister's Sons akd Dadghters. Xliesal-3
aries of the clergy of the United States do not
average five hundrad dollars a year, and yet1 as
a class, they are the best educated, the most
influential, the most active, refined, and j eleva
ted of the nation.- With jess culture, with less
mental power, there are men all over the land,
who earn from one to twenty-five thousand dol
lars a year. But look at the results. Taking
them as they come, the biographies of a hun
dred clergymen who had families show that,
of their sons, one hundred and ten became min
isters; ana of the remainder of the sons, by far
ihe larger nurnber rose to eminence as profes
sional men, merchants and scholars. k 1
As to the daughters, their names, are merged
into, others J but there is a significant fact,
which we do not remember to, have seen ntv
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Journal is sustained by literary featares iof national
intere-t in the form of tales, historical and miscellan
j eous sketches, anecdotes and poetry. j i ,
While thus nat onal in its1 character so far!, these
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three-fourths orwhich are devoted to uews and other
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Jan 7, 1859 .1 '
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CLOTHING I CLOTHING !!
rin GRlHAM, is now receiving, a fine Stocfc of
IQl RCADY-5!AI; CI.OTIIING " to suit the
FALL WINTER -THE
f lie wonld solicit his customers and friends to give
batman Knglaud, where titles are so niguiy priz
ed, and the possession of "-gentle Jlilobd' is- a
passport to high places, it is very jofteA refer
red to, as a matter of note, as indicating safety
and respectability-" His mother was the
daughter of a clergyman.' We will venture
the opinion, that three-fourths of the great men
of this nation are not over two degrees re
moved from clergymens families, or from fami
lies strictly religious. , When it-can be said of
a man or woman that the father, or grandfath
er, was a clergyman, there is a feeling within
us of a certain elevation of character, a kind of
guarantee of respectability of blood, of purity
and integrity. , ' ': s
. KoBtE SENTiHENTa.Condemn no man for
not thinking as yohUhj.uk,.JLet- every one en
joy the foil and free liberty pf thinking for him
self. Let every man use his own judgment,'
.since every man must give-an Accpnnt of-bim
'self to God. -Abhor every , approach iu any
kind of degree, to the spirit of persecution. If
yon cannot reason or persuade a man into the
troth, never attempt - to force him into it. ' If
lore will not compel him, leave him to, God,
the. Judge of all. John Wtsteyt j
A woman made application to Justice Uan
selraan, in Cincinnati, on Wednesday, for a
divorce, on the ground that her husband was a
" t . . - .- t. - - ; - --- .1 i "v.. ' . - i
hini a call, as be offers his .Clothko 1ow; for CASH ' pottfodtided fool. The raagistrate informed her
wr ua reawju.uie leriuu w prompi paying cpnouen" ,i . ;f t.,. l.ii lA 1t
4 GARMEfTS CUT IN THE LAtLsT FASHION. ,1 th&t 'f ft' wer? beld to be a valid reason n
He inay be found east jam on Market Square. lwt half .the married women In the city wonld
uct. , , i 'be legally eutitlud to a matrimonial separation.
,Drixa for nis .Couxtky ey Proxy;. When
Col. L was n". candidate, for Congress in
Uiiebf the North-western States, he was op
posed to a gentleman who had distinguished
himself in the war, of 1812. Discovering, in
the course of the canvas?, that his oj.puiit nt's
military reputation was operutii.g strongly to
his prejudice, he concluded to .let n e people
know that he was not unknown to f.-np.e us a
sold'er himself ; and 'accordingly, in his next
speech, he expatiated on hi.s athu vt ruei.ts in
the tented held as follows :
My competitor has told yon of the-services
he rendv-red the last War; L-t m- tell yoa
that I, too acted an It-amble part n that mtiii
orable contest. When the torsin of Vftr"'-fe'um-moned
the chivalry of the W ti Vnily to
thp defense of the iiatiaiuii honor, I; feilow
citiiens, animated by that patriotic sj irit that
glows in every Amer'ieau bosom, l.:i! n sub
stitute fof. that war, and the bores o! that nmn
now lie bleaching ou the banks of the Raisin 1
lie was elected. '
rro I'nri-h c
q .'I UI CM w7
V" !I?iie English Iiaauags.
Froma report of one of Hon Geor
lectures on the English language, we take
following interes'ing extract :
The number of good English , words in t:c8
by good writers could .liurdly fall short of 1( (,
000. .But Weknew the?e inaiidy as we knew
Greek, as book-words, and not as the lai-guat'e
of speech. Even if a man wp.k able, on extra
ordinary occasions, to liring into ueina wordy
battla, half of tliat nninber, he geueraJly coi.
tented himself with far fewer. EmcIi ii divid
nal used, in his daily life, a'reper:ory of word,
to some extent peculiar to himself, one !ic!i
Would furnish a key to his private history.
Few scholars ns'jd as munj' as 10.000 Ei-glish
words ; ordinary people,.' 3.000. - In h!I 1 ;akrs
peare there was not more than 10,000 ; in all
Milton, 8,000. Of the Egyitian Jiyeroglyphits
there are but 8,000 ; and it wns'saiil t b t the
vocabulary of the Italian tiperu u n-nrc-ely
I greater. One man would say a thonphiful
imagination one deseribe.i I. iu friend of a
sanguit e fempeiament j another of a hofeful
dispositii n one man ' began tb build," an
other "commenced - building each had his
own words, ands stuck to them A man of
controlled passion, nsed. plain word, while a
passionate man psed many intensives. Loo.-e
thinkers contented themselves with Mitral ap
plications for large classes of ideas, while logi
cal thinkers used more and more specific wcr. Is.
The arts demanded mere new werds than v.:
thing tlse. I