FAYSTTEiLLS, N C
ATTJRDA"1 July 23; 1859.
TH I III) CONGlV ESSI QN A Ij Di STRICT
HON WARREN WINSLOW,
tiring board. Air. . JUcDuffie says he failed in his
effort now what are the faets ? A vote was had
and the result declared to be, for the resolution sup
ported by Mr. Winslow, 1.22, against it 5.1. See ty,. for th'r msuing; election The mistake was
V-on. uiooty 1st cession, page "JoO.
Wha has Mr. McDuffi.e to say to this
? Is ifr not
a warning for him to keen fo the truth ani examine
his assertions before he makes them ?
Mr McDufSe Slanders th.a Democrats 1
Mr McDuflie said at Warsaw, that' the democrats
composin- the nrer-ting gt Jptryet'teville were hip
f1.oUc?i, windgalled and' .spavined ; that the Chair
man never vetcd fur a Democrat when he could
rret r, v.hif to vol? for.
The wk of this is false. The principal men
in Un-.t convention were those who had never for
saken the Democracy better democrats , than ever
Nearly in- a ix. -- - -Cuir
County Qourt, a,t its late session, neglected
to appoint Inspectors of Election in Harnett coun
- , For 1 10 Ncrth Carolinian.
"--"' . rTEKSBtmo, July 14th 135D.
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Kbssks. Editors : ,. - ; ,:
Oh how warm tho weather is exclaims every one
i - i .-.; !..!, -I,; . i .;. .. a .- .
Vtaimeet US HO UiaS luiit. nn u.lll' limit alio, wipes
nearly Causing somoxible. It would bo a piry JiXhded drops of thick periratin that stand
thftt Harnett county, one of tho strongest demo- ' n,on his i'aw and like the oil of Aaron's. beard
eratic counties in this district." nml n"n too wt,;;.vUnn riown to the ground, just as though every
knows how and when to do its duty,' should not
have a voice in the selection of our representati ve4.
We are pleased to be able to state that a Cbu:t
was called yesterday afternoon, and tho Inspectors
appointed. . ' - - s - - ':, , ... '.
Great Hikricane at Smyrna in Rbursov Co. i
The. following extract is from a k-tter to the Editors
dated Smyrna, July 21st :
bdy lid'nt knovv it and feel it too.. This is the
great topic dnfehange this morning and every one
has his own tale of suffering to unfold, and though
in all conscience the thing is bad enough, "still some
will insist on making it out ten times as. bad, and
to show you bow intolerable to be b.'-rne our suf-firin"-s
are, hear the plaintive story of the local of
the "fntellitrenccr as it comes up from the depths
For tho North Carolinian,
At a meeting, of the stockholders of the Lower
Negro Insurrection in Venezuela."-
liVTCIJERY OF TUP: WHITES.
held at Morrison's mill, on the loth July, on motion U ln y'gerH-e from Venezuela, brought by the
of Col. Alex. Murchison, Christopher Munroe, Esq., "ark White Wing, has been received of a negro
was canea to tne cnair ami uonn ..-vrwoia ana 1. (j.
McDuffie appointed Secretaries. The commission
ers reported that 103 shares of stock had been sub
Tdie chair appointed Col. A. Murchison, A. "A,
JUetveunan, r.sqrs., ana ur. d. .uunroe a commit-1 ra mnnin
tee to ascertain tne amounjc oi stock representea by
proxy or in person. The committee reported. 88
shares represented. Whereupon A. A. McKeithan,
t.sq., ottered the following resolutions':
wbTrT'0? Iu tl,e vicinity of Porto CabeMo.
brot out on the lGth of June, at Guai-M-ivn
'Xn wUh 11,9 mardor of Miguel
ihVSovJrS and progressed until
. 1 1 v m n w mnt ti..n. r..
' Liiwiii, unu HI seve"-
fullo .ving 'eppcUit m :
jf the Ilon-
Warrrn Winlow have beea .i'.Sded us for publi-
19, St. Paul's Robeson county.
20, i-nmber I.ridge, "
ill, Owensviile, Sr.mpson Co.
2, Ji.hnsonville, Ilnrnett "
1st. Resolved. That in the election of officers for
is up irom tne depths - i i i i o f. i i political
oTTus m.ann? . heart - aj he, - e yesterday ; , . , r nwt-no. shnl, hfi Pnf itle.1 in one vote arose from th 1.-.,. ''U 1M ,a!jly lI"
irfpl !ih(it dunicr tune to ascertain the state ot !., o . ', laul 01 tie' nerr
the thermometer, uu. w ,t eneu, . 2d Rt.solvpd. That no. nerson shall be declared
j On motion of W". J. Kelly, Esq., Duncan Murchi
son, r-so., was elected -.-'resident lv acclamation.
g eticonnter. n. . . ..
fiflv-intKro n, 4 " to nave got t le
advantage aud restored order. The leader of
the insurrection Va3 onr I t - 'fauel 01
tivc of S.n Ti- Antonio Ruis, a na
i. , u nutt the outbreak nn-
j'.ff no .... .1 . .
ly tiie eiimes
tbflir nnfnrnl 1,ntrr..l r .... V'"- "ugiocs a.H.3
... .llu Wiute3.
llie. iisinsi annerrs. to ur .1
nance of General Guevara, who seems, indeed
to have beea the real leader: and- R;7' 1, '
VIM, 11 1 3
We ire requested to make the following sppoLot
tii.'jn.; : for the 5U, Congressional Distriet.
S. K. Williams, Esq, the Deinoeratic (L'andklate for
Con-res?., will address Lis felV-Y citizens, at thej Pavty- end whose whole political: lit'o hs Ueen tie
Messrs. Editors: A fearful Wieane from the 1 then wo jiunped into a p.md ox water and it waselectwl Presidcnt or Director of said company who
south-west passed over this resrion vesterdar; domrfe.ffin'? hot.-we' then rushed to the ice house and I ..1.., f ..:.. e .n .1 1. -
I ..,..,.K .1. ,.... i " . . 2 , 1 i r !,.'... 1.1. - .. !-"-" iiwi u-u-iie IU.MW1 1 1 vi .hi. ioii )uu-3 ...
M:r McDuffio dared be. His assertion that the ! .XT r"." lVl!la. 1 i'. "Z? resolutions were adopted.
Chairman ot the meeting never voted for a de mo- j the, corn and cotton is very great The pUntations'lTntined : unciisoius - until late iu the evenin;
crat wncn nq couui una a w hig know-nothing to - V.uliil ? -uciute nave suuerca nia- tAnd-;- now, jir r.u.ior, uiu 1 vua borxy jur us ana j Tne fotlowin" gentlemen were elcctsd Directors : W.
vote for can be starop-d with the charge of being l1011 '.;1''?cli,i' Ajneii. wl.en we-sny in fbe rw-nv J Kcllv A McKeithan, Duncan' MoitIkoii, Dr!
e learn from a csrresnendent of- the Pe-3. . i:.vh df.me.t .-.ircasA of .Tnli, i , , . V '.,V ' , ,V -
': 1 T2;tl . - . lire on ro! I hot thn I 'vulPnf nnr! I ivrfartriTt: hp
Esq., of Cumberland. Joseph Arev, Esq, a man ! night last-upposod to be the-work of an incendia.f- cont5Sui,7 ' tfhsuW' c the level of Lower Little River from Munroe's j Un irifr ihv i ,n at Guai-raza-
, .vi . .....j .7 , .-w.twuiif . , ii. ui.i ... in i.m iu'jau.u l.iccui ui .itt.-j.-iis.,). .,-! tinnu,. rue he i'.iir.tnrk nf cun i o v.i- ,1 r. r. .1. V.., ,:i!tt:,. 1 rrniits !lill tllPll IP .vm-L- r,f o..lc.; :
pnhtieal pnr .inorai- cnaraeter has never been j Ivuigsouiy & Co: The loss to the company is o-sliHtrat as this and they ure leaving by scores for tho estimate?.' in order that as much of .the work may me need. In ratcuemo, Antonio Garcia and
quf-stionet!-ana w ho is as hign above .vicl.Mitne in : mated at s'2:,ooj ; insurance S6;000. - .-..-4; watering places ana ocean miuip resorts wn:cu ; be put under contract without delay, as tne present i , t un n J ami oa were stain, and in L'oi bui ata
evry respect, as t-l3 heavens are above the earth.
been-1 i.s iji i'haxax fok j. r.ii,iut.s i- icou.
false, and it needs but to pive our readers tne
"i. mi; iiit--n ivi:' i ii". uiuin uii l ;iuu nc u-isvui lliilt l!ie i Own OI UXIOrO, Hi' tms dudal".
,V?v, is a jrenlleman wtvn has never
known to be anything else than '- Ietr'.-eral
man whose hair has silvered in t!io battles of the'
rittshurg (Pa.) Post, received this morning, has.-n-
artic'je cf two columns devoted to this qiiestion."
Hnuii'ler.s' 1 'reel act,
1,'andolph, '.' 27t!i.
Caswell, August, Isf.
Alamance, ' 2nd.
Guilford, " 3rd.
voted to its success.
McI"uliL, hold to tru-th rjid you, witl do much
Let the Pt bralc Judge.
t heaXona'eaijjtJacsEhef Commencemen t exercises of the-Petersburg
the grcaOJea?ocraey. . . ;,fFemafe College tok' place at the Col'tfgo voster-
! extracts fro'r, the Post and giving our views. vCTj
! the matter,.
CcI. M. J. IvIcDufile at Warsaw.
V.'e have been permitted to see a letter from a cor
respondent giving the points of Mr. McDuflie's
speech at the above place. Some of these state
ments made by Mr. McDufEe are so-palf abir false
&z to demand at our hands a rebuke. This rebuke,
we shall give in ail kindness, assuring Mr. McDufiie
that while he wiLl sti.-k to the truth, we will not say
a word- tc him, but when he will abuse a gentleman
behind his back, and in such abuse consider it use
less to 3'uvb' truth, but delight ir. misrepresenta
tion Mi 1 felander we mast certainly give him his due.
fh s;:e.i.kinf of Col. MeDe.riie tho correspondent
r-.tvs : '" I have never heird a crroater tirade of abuse.
jii-oves- that cur present Chief Magistrate k, tlie C:rJf IJtliit ,ne. -
mar.. fi.r tlije. times, and that
tlie discordant e!cmctits cf
V.V mIH r!.f,.v t,viliK furain to-morrow '4-m (lav. The. hall was tilled at an early
., w . - " e-4, r i i. . ii .... l.i . . ,
utuies. tuiu g.ennemeu vvuo nocivcu mere to near tlie
essays of tho gradual ing class and the admirable !
addross of John R. tompson, Esq., the talented i
We V.nvr. vrr.J - ll, ir.i'r.r.-.at h A -h.-.i, ;i"0 Ol Uie.ouuMie.il iteimy .u.HftljrPr, I lie
of the 3rd Congressional district will be called upon , ..... rrtnr,v.,. - exercises were .Pem d with prayer by the Rev.
-- . . the e.ondKUte i -r Congress at llmmgton, as re--tf.jrt tv n--tor fb-.-i-rlv P.-csidMit of tt.-
to decide who shall represent them n the SUith, Con- , . Trt.. ' T . c ' - . 'l' U 'L.JVV V " I Uu-tlultt'tt"i'iV d!eg.-,
, . , . , , . , -I ported m tne Journal. Mr. McDuPae was complete-1 but now ot Alabama. T i.-e cssjiv.s r,-ere then read
gress oi the Lnited States. e nave, what snould ;. ,.. oveythrown every char-c bein-contradict Uti'd received with approbation;- rft.-r which Mr
be a disgrace to. any body ci democrat.?, two men " . , m ,wmrw, h- j Thompson, delivered the ad.lres before tho society
oi the Akamiai. 1 shall net attempt to follow the
subaltern. Tlie latter had been previously en
gaged under the insurgent A alar, iu a conspi
racy against tne government. Whatever may
have been tho origin of the outbreak, it ex ex
tended from Guaiguaza to Borburata, and
thence to Patenemo, Ruiz havir.ir sent ' Com
missioners to both these last mentioned nlaeos
- r i noounu so nientiiuiiv iu uu ouue, int mere- are ! means ot the eomnanv win mstiir. wnicn was iVmvuif . i. i .... .
-Thelaeertain class vvno oeloi.g to the can t-get.-aw.,y ! adopted , ' able men, not mixed with .clitics'.
rfTftmo, anu inougn iue iit-uiius ni' uias ami t iic i nnstori her .Mirnroe, r.so., was .iiiikiiulwi a coin- V c-ml,li.. l .. . , , , , ,
t-Su f- i .,1.1 i... oi, .1..:- . .... i. m..... ... v. 'fi,;,,.!,,,;, i Ass?njbl i.i!g bet w cen iwo hundred mid thrro
4f tfdt'thov must remain, of that number this ,1..n- i Or. motion of Col. A. Murchison. it was ordered i nul,ai'eu t!uT tuivanccd ugoitist Puerto.
... . . .... .1'., ...I. 4. ..... ,.
that tne proceedings ot this meeting be pubiishctt j o, u,tv euu..e pojuiialion armcil tiit iu-
in the Eayettevilie "Observer and North C-araliaian. j selves, and with the- r. id" of two small guns re
. On motion of A. A. McKeithan, Esq., the meet- ! pulsed them . In the eiigaieieu.t. Cal f FouRe-
hour with i ir.g adjourned. t ca was wounded. Tlie itisurtrents entered tho
CHRISTOPHER MUMROE, Cfir'n.
John Arnold, ( .. ..... ,
1). G. McUtrriK,
Poor ili: 'D xi flic amhitiT,n- lias deatroved him. - "
claiming at the hands of tlvi ce.cple a right to repre- ! ',, ,.. , . ,. ,". " . , ':
c - - 1 c. 1 i e gu e a .short coniniumcatiori'lrom Wilmington,
sent tnem men wno are oi tne same, political creen
and dot not differ upon a single point professedly.
streets of tne outer town, where a tierce fight
occurred with a party commanded by Captain
Garcia. The str-titrtrla ended', in the dr f..,. t of
Important Decision of Mr. Buchanan's ! thc 'f '-jrets and t he less of one of their U ad
Cabinet on the Adopted Citizen . ! f rs- 1 h7 lhen .tnok lho r":id l" Agna Ca!-O-iesticn"
! lentc, and recruited men and. collected arms,
AV " rnvcTov July 14 1S."9. ! r"b!,illS every one who came in their wnv. ami
t,c i iniiiun nig uti.eis. 1 ui'V isnet IO Kill ;i 1 1 the
The Constitution, this morning, contains
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j .vx. ,.w .i iiv, ui.3vujiuu .i u.i .! any nappiiv e.xpresseii awaicami
The question now aris-is. wbc a.Lc.uld we take
who should w send to repvese-t irv that high lov-U- Near Lumberton, Robeson county, -on
N. ednesuay, quite a storm occurred blowing dotm
it was quite calm and mod
te up here at the time.
-e i:; certainly not on
'Mr. W.'s political opponent, ;
and Uien goes on to state that
and important council chaiViber, in the legislative
hull of the nation 'i
We propose to lay before our readers what v. c. ;
conceive to be the only proper course lor an: Dem
ocrats and Whigs, merchants ami mechanics, plan- (ToRT'SpOrti) CHCC Ot tijS 3Torl!) vilaroliuiil,:!
tors and bankers, all, who have tne welfare of tlie
district, the state and the nation, at heart.
i iress, tences, corn,
richest gems.ol" poet
garlands and" bowers
trrace, su facto it
receiveu ine mgiiest I'lu-ouiiiiiis or pnase.
The Society of the Ahumnti met again
o'cloo!;, and then the i;e.v graduates wi re weh
prisoners, but U.nevara interposed and saved
On the 22d, the ( J overrTment forces attacked,
them i't their andnibcatle and routed them, kill-.
mg several ami wound; tg many more, and dis-
It is a fact indisputable tint now, if at any time.
wno are verse:
of the nation, and wii..
the time to send to
in the political ;aa-
tl'f '( Ti.-rr.i ; 'I t ! f-IH
r . . ., , , ' , . , we reo.uire men ot ability and lirmncss to maintain
f--l lllltli- 5:-nd t s it t:- itK hll- ficl.-d from no olVlf.r
... ,. i the riibts of the south
man sviusn motives, i u..t ne is an at. infant lor eve. .
,.. ... 4, . . . , -; ongress men
ry ouice, which was i re principal re.uon why IS. ' , . - . ,
,. . . ' ," ; cm aery ot tne nation, anu; wa-. are uv ex
..io.ua.uis c;.n not get an r appomtment. J. nat .ur. i , , ', , , , ,-
-n- , - " . 4 .... , . ' tvo ifiily pi'f-puv.;d and ab.e tv v;..vk tor lici? H.-j-are,
. appnt-i for an appomtmer.t to Cmlt jor which , . , I
,. , . but willing and able to opnose her enemies.
Maj. .1. J. Gdiacre wps an applicant, hvx YH:-;-i m I ',. -t , . , , ' fw..
.. , ,, 1 - i Oppose should happen tna tne election in ..
i were cast into congress, wotua- we no: tuen
L'or tin-, .North Carolinian. .',
Vi ILMIXGTOX, N. C. j
arron Wtnslow has r)-
copy of a dispatch- from thc State Department,
icecntiv sent "to our Minister at Berlin.'' on
lol,., ,. , - . ,. . . riM
t!. ,'- oiil '..t. f i I me buoect ui n.i iui ;i ii.aii'.m . iue .i. e i.t in...
O iv..loi'iiv.l Willi ,. , ' 1 1 - - 1 '
vre;iiA-d vrith h' -iniv -md c' 11 nuturanzcu eitiiten ui tne L rated States,
--v thnt it full,'. .1... l,- ivlm is i. ii.it iv of Il:ii;iivir and who when he
expectations which his repntati4. uwl-msnired ami-i left" his native cottntrv. was neither iu actual i iHrl"S vm '""g 11 is ueiieveu on.y tare-
i ,i . i i. . i - c - . . . . . ti.rm
Ml ILC lil liHJ JldUU V IdK tu id , UWi .iiu uccn
ui'iiftfd to ScTVj iii it, bn
rt:M'! ti I 1 rlli.P.'Pl' ill'iM
and c:npeHed to perform military service. ; cabel.o were greatly ulannetl, and tl.ey have
The President and Cabinet concur in the j kc'l'1 a utuiual watch eversu.ee. The wo-.
,,,! f.'-b..- iii r.-ropiid tl -it ih(:liIlJ" anu cniiuieu uuring me excitement took.
The J loi).
relented the Wilmington' District fo
y e:s s
ress. Why turn b'rni out? lie is a rip
ili.tr ; an elegant writer; and an eloquent speaker. l'try
is. a man oi "Teat experience
judgment cautions, discreet ami
ir. i" . ,,. i ,
i'ue oi i.c .re.seuiaiives ne nas been a menit-.er ot
in to the Society by Miss A. K. SlVppy, in
and graceful ad.iress, which was resjcndeil
M.i.ss l'utlie C'owles, of the gnaduating "hiss. 'h?
hall was again iilled at night t liear the address
of the Hon. R. L. T. ib-aie, of Westinorehu;.'. Co.,
land though the reporter ot the Rxpress cc.lis him n
bore, I must, with great deference to be sure, differ
I with him. True, it was a long address for a very
! warm night ; but as mi evidence of it merits he
! held the undivided attention of the crowded audi-
The insurgents cut down tlie ttlcgrniih
but who has vet upon his ' wlr an1 as fllit s ll,cJ 'fe repaired were
en deprived o"f his liberty ': cni ,lown aa,:'- T,lc '"""Wtants of Puerto
views ere ; ire:-
naturalized his ! r-,fse " board the vessels in tl
from its commencement to its clos
' i . ! 1. . I . . it, , f i. .j:. , . i .
ma el niatei'td es n.-.- i..-eninui in .no in imiims joi-
. .' . 'i i l.i. l . : '.j.i .i , r.t
scveet ami Prudent. ill t!:e - Ul mo aieuiiHwry cioseu u tne linn
he has been a member of' annual
allegiance to his native country is severed,
fie is no more responsible for anything ho may
say or do or omit to say or Co, after assuming
his new diameter than if lie had been born, iu
the United States. Should he return to-, his
native country he returus as an American citi
zen ami iu i:o other character. In order to
ic harbor. It
is teared that thc insurgents may get the citv
ar.d rob and murder the "inhabitants. The
Governor has petitioned for troops to protect
?e e"r..;tica letters to prove the statement v ti
d' hough he got Mr. Wins-
i' ver was an anniiCia-.t lor an an
pointnic-nt to Crui-i or any other uliice and we
' .rough Mr. Winslow
low to sjg-n a : ;-omm en-bition and then handed the
a c "a
I 'suppose votf iiave 1;
:da.. ,1. T. (dun. -.re never applied for an of flee
io.-.-' ' " .;o
!: t iio . a
- r .- - -
. the V
.ui. l.MWU i.eiU.
ci or n .t :
emet.t lh;;t b.:-'a
.n 1 1 . C' cr.se. i
li'it ? V". With
;o of Mr. V ins-
no Nor'b C&roltnian cr.-.r get of-
c- cr.su 11. is to nc ao.-oU
representing us who could be relied upon, and upon
whom not only the district and State, but the whole
South might lock to with confidence '? And should
we send a man whose governing propensity is am
bition and self-aggrandizement, would we not be in
danger of seeing t;. re-e-nactrnvnt ot ehe R..I.
treaeberv? "Would Mr. MelJallle, who eoi:i-l-.-red it
o any pledge ? Has he failed ? 2ea-th of the Ifon. V. 0. Cx.d.
DfSTIU'CTIOX OF A.X At STIil.VX steamboat axi
two II uN'PiiFn' M i-:n". Tlie following is an ex
tract from the letter of the Daily News' cor-
iiis original Government to punish him j respondent, dated June 21 :
this, of the! for aii ofT-jnce, this must have been committed "The day before yesterday one of the Ans-
representa- I while he was a subject otul owed allegiance to j trian steam boats which ran on the Lake of
RIack Republicans'? Would we not need
Has he not : tive eh-ct for tms Congressional district, which j that Government' itieoiieuse must hare been Garda had started from the opposite bank with
the Adminis- "ccurred some two weeks smce. Several promi- j complete before his expatriation. It must have the ohieefc of reconnoitcrinf (iaribahli's force-
tne iJemi'.eraii'? parly at any juncture
al vays ix-nde'red a cordial .supt.ort to
b -non .- i uese pir srions m::st an he answeretl i nent men are spmien m ascatnuaates tor tlie place,
f rorably to Mr Winslow. No man can lay his hand jsamoug thc most prominent of whom is Mr Tlios.
nswer otherw ise. WIjo- .then ( Campbell, of Nottoway Co., the pr;
t'.! :-- v '- w;-'i. !
stand iii his
and thro'i-h Mr
" l"e u .'eSetO'a t i i'e
J at. re na v e
Mr. I-ieiiciiie said Mr.
la- the IoStri;.t
, . lliSiGW S lullUfcli'-L'
we have had iu the
no mean tr.r.
,( j,r, .i.iifnti ..
td" fne ui'il Con
to desert Ins par!
nc tc ir. its
-i t or, 1
ii pun liis heal t and
sconiemea witu turn i A lew disappointed jot ttie .South Sine Koad.
si ele.-rs ; a lew, vt-rv j'ow personal enemies and ! nnon bv the Democracy
e-. nossr, iiiif irons reiar
i-.io ibeiv service, the. nres-' Mr C.-unp!'.r-b he .,!:iv,
inv.p.t.'a uiHiotioteuiy tint tliev are content with ; date. A eonvei.tio'ii will
x . : . . . i .1 . . . : . c - i v. .. . ' ; r . . . 't .. i t, . i ...
ic.i. is n..-,-. ii.,,i huh l.iiii w a nave tiiev noc : ana some one t the asm
cdL'-I a Cot.cn
oi suca a ciiaraeter tuat lie might Have at Sale. As nrter the action ol irle it whs
trhal and minisiied for it at the moment j tliougfi ' jjrudent to strengthen thc Cacciatori
t.. I i : u. I. i 1 " ''3 , .i.i . .o loum-iiu : uuiic iii pi. i x i cu in on i coo uii 1 1 c i V mm snii
ns )V.'w -iKid' f.,v h, I tl demand the release of the naturalized citizen ; there with two battalions of Fanti's division.
ii the Jf fri-ylalare, do U'u.ii
of a like m.tnrc? Will we the people
ressiunal district send a political
robrd dy b.. held shohlv
i,tj ivill I... - P.. ll,
i to nominate a new candiJatc. j standard bearer of the Democracy in another con-
j in tplCSlluU
CS3 Ol LilO C i" O c
s coiossr.i s;racf ure, some Oo'J toet
ar. t conit
bv it to a
Renedict Arnold to represent us '? A man who -v
, , , ,, .. I bctrav Ins party whilst bavins us tmsl
ovv iiad done notlumr ' , . ., . ,
itence. wmie representing it ana creeie-a
tli-.r 1... I .o,l . .1...-1 in ni'rv If.,,. ,t V
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. : JOi Ji iiUliVi . H VUIU UV",UM ilAV i.'1-il.i. UUH Ctll. i:.'. I
more r rrhcul.nl'.- in his civet ethat for Mr. Rrocks 1 ' ' i
, , : .-. '- : tion ! '
tj retain ins seat m i oriiress. I .
t , ' , . : , , ILet tL-r necpk then in their rnrvht come up and ;
As to this hist charge we do not consider it nc-! ., ' , . , .
. , . , , . , j witlsone emphatic and universal, undivided scind, !
t-tssru-y to repiy now, the people know what Mr. , f , . , T . I
i-,.. n .1... r r t. n- -o i overthrow the ambitious man who vouxi actroy '
v inslow has done lor tne district. e will again ,
,,.1, i w ii i , ..I I the party and arraign members of the great demo-!
i ;ert-r to v, nat rar. msiow has done and what he! 1 J .
!,-.,,( . a ,.i - 4 i ii ' i craiie family in a bitter warfare against each other.!
na not none, uurmg tins week, and bv way of il- ; . j
t.,-r,..w;-n t i -r t - i " ii . i Let the people declare that they will not support a;
lustration t-Cue wliat nr. .icJui.ne has and has not 11 - . . i
dss rgat..EZer, but will support ami stand by that man ;
I v. ho has shown by his talents, ability and indo.min.a-. j
They had just arrived when the l-'rancis Jvsih
steainbcnt. was ordered in steer to the DrcFcian
side of the Garda. She therefore steamed iu
that direction- !,"H at the moment she- was:
structure, some GoO feet in .,.....;..,. . i.,. I..I..1..-.,. r w.. i n... i.-,.i
rp. ! i- - t ' -O Tl'i' y ' - . - - - - MHLlill UII, UaiUUl I'l U.I ll, 1111) i RlilllUll H.U
ooOtis" f U,ni U. rTl'Z lMproaej,ing;bnttory Teuetl its ire upon her. Our gnus
rioso: . eeuie ti.ey approve the course of Mr Wii The Jud ""dun t-j'b Jt i--, n ''"V - ' - .., i !,s umpletioii . It is expected that it will be . h;id been so well directed that two of their
,low. and desire no'cliamre. !rfir a, 'rl- ''i niV ;i"'.--. " 'V" 1 ren'iV Si'a ,,(::t ' ;''e n.rorm-ed ' ,.0,up shot soon destroyed lier elegant stern'
The County of Columbus, r am aware, has n.nn-; tn LcU c'iVp tl-.e deck is now Imished from end to end, ; (). .course this was a signal for a hasty retr.ut,
inateel Mr McDowell of Rladen.. Columbus did not I Tn-..ui e ,r V-.u ,! ,:.. .-.,, ,-,f ir r: V-:V.na..-.!.'- Uiinl that the numerous skylights are all in their. i,t as she t?as about to turn her helm n .veli
censure or ae n"Vtisc my . inslow ; imt meivlv m-m-i t.' -,
iike a goou uetuoerat
Before i close 1 wish to say to von th:,!.
has declined. . 1 think j notiee Mr. OJeruuntM Wise and P. II. A.-
it tiierciore, not nlogieal to conclude i nat, this being ; j;. npinn. ya nf..,:p.., foo-nl ibe fii.-vfs.-.l.h
tlie case; Columbus will unhesitatingly, support Mr , the. outskirts of your town you will please have
Winslow. ' i them take.i tin and lodged in jail until you -et far-
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au uie. cou.r.ies inai uaic ueiu v. on t-miwis w uu t:i.r orders the?" 'hJf vonn" ; r -n -sve tmi th-;;.-
a a i
iiig Lil e ui
Three of tl
'i he Ic
decks too had been planked.
I great progress has been made in partition-
on into thin permanent co.npart-
of Columbu?, have either directly j selves away
Winslow, or 1
declaring in lavor ot any in-.tiyi.it
ins rvfioiC- i'liC.
matter cf his ei'brl in favor of Mr.
As to rh
Brooks of Souih Cr.rolina. in" the Sumner diliicuitv.
we would repeat that the statement has no founds. ! cor"Kl,;;K'e
f.on except m Lis own l-.-rtue brain, where it was '
manufactured for effect. I
ibs (.ai; icd from
in anticipation :
of a District Conv.ailion, which has not been held.
I take rt then that Mr Winslow must lie regarded as
tlie Candidate of the Democratic party
en:le irments of
pressing duties of editorial l:fe, left
ibit it st
ble zeai art.be district that he is worthy cf their McIH-ilio o
r i '
-vi r v msiow nas opposmon.
iberland i:$ also a candidate.
Sme c( yy? Gewiporaries have been wonderfu't
v t'khnl of late to bad their issue upon the raering
then l.-ireelv Black Rer
irea ana the present chert was to prevent a two
resolution, was brought ; miiOVrs ! It pleases our friends wonderfully ! Weil We should pull t
" i ' liu.iii- me irt-ui -on-. . t';u.5 m ty ;c aii proper. i e can, iKi'.vever, enjoy
eress, J,-,r caning Sumner of Mass. Tho House was c,..ri, -Hb oon it n!..nri. nevt. wct1c we in- I
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mean and Know Nothing- i tend to put one of the Nryth Carolinians in a wash ;
tub to Sjee it uce upon the water
i.-e ana Jiunter miesuon ana have ti.ne olt
lika two runaways, nobody kvows vvbere, to settle
tlie matter by lighting a title!, so if you have any
sympathy in your gizz ird-lbr anxious frundsv you
will arrest the gentlemen,, "cf yon can." Oh, her
sincerely the public hones that neither will evt: hurt'
nas oeeii iiommaieu oy no single county in tne iis- j top if either shout! fall
tricf. lie is out on his own hook.'' 1 will ven-. vriict would our cor
ture the preuiction that when the canvass en as, -Air i i,,,f -i !:nmr 'tli sr. 5,1 tbnt '-Vovinun f,v, th,
McDahie will be found bung ".on his .own' hook" as f brave" "and may ' be if thev do furht they wont be
a in- I li-ive seen ui the Market head down, tail up. ! p.H"hnt -b.' .'o:.ke it. all nr. and"'.-o,.-.! iw.-k to -e.
e the .congratulations of their frien-.ls for haviu--
direeted grenade fell on the middle cf her deck.
T wo seconds afterwards a tremendous explosion
was heard ; the grenade had made its way into
the magazine, and-in less than live minutes the
Francis JosevU was in flames. A distress sif-
The grand sa-loon is in a forward stale, look-j 11;tl was hoisted, but before the Paic4c: could
ing more like a drawing-room in a princely ; i)0 pent from I'cschicra to help her crew, sank
mailmen on s'nove than the cabin as a ship. On ' the midst of the lake. Not one of the two
car;h side elegant cabins arc fitting up, and thc ' hundred men sho had on board was saved : all
the? saloons, of which there arc six in the ship, j (,f them - perished, either burned to death by
One ; flames, or drowned iu the waters of the classic
are m an uuvanco state ot construction
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ot toe e.i-.ioi luei n ;-jii ii . 1 1 1 1 e 1.1 io virc- Lii.tb i i : 'o 1 lieUaCU5
visitor may jtiuge- ot what merest are mi em leu !
t.o be. This completed department Is what is!
Axotiikr IIf.volver 1 MriiovEiiEXf. A Xey
i.c.iwealih and our country do !
together, ana not ary to pull each ;
other to pieces.- Never in the history of the Unio i
was it more important tuat the .south should presei'.t
tmru vote going in favor of the resolution a great
many of the northern deiuoevMl- cif'inm v.-l. tl.o
ti ll, his si'Cech
u- or iruiV'SouuK-
by any man north or so
'he ;... i:h le-rlar.-d to
n jo, t.ius securing
subseu:invty iesiened and returned to bis constitu-'
entL who tiluraphantly re-elected him. See Con.
C.iob.-, 1st S,-s. 34th Congress, p:ge I628, What
docs Mr. Me Duffie think of the false statement made
bv hi m.
Mr MeDuiih said rtiat Mr Winslow fdled ait.'n-i
l r- T, , ,- o
iii.-i . i i i'i ,,i.-I1,t - .. . - ... ., -
a fevv paces and Wi
iir- cf unfeigned
an unbroken l'ront to the enemy ? . We are on the
eve of another 1 'resident';!! election. "'The contest
will be between flu. Black Republicans and the
Democratic; parties. It is idle to talk of any other
X ariy. Miaiy of these. Black Rcpubli. ans have sys-
t mat'.cally, for 3-ears, incited,
called a family cabin, containing bedroom, sit-! or! ,L'tu'1' w,'It-cr says :
ting-room, ami dressing roc-m, all of them- lofty, ! '"r. Colt ruut look to Ids laurels. An im
we'll ventilated, and possesMiur a 'much greater ! ProVemei,t h" revolvers was exhibited yester
number ef conveniences than could bo found in ' liar- t!i:it v:lUc 01il' ot' the same weight as
u similar suit on siiore. An immense number ' Colt's ordinary revolver, carries twice the num-
:-ro was no balls iii the
icti uemg Kent constantly t z woi'K, there' VI u"u6"- x ""j " 1001,0,.. 01
every prospect of the ship being ready for mrges ,,, one of Colt a is doubled, 111 U alche s
work, there j h-'r
The way iu which tlie nutnbefof
w a s
- 1'e-r ;:: N.
The Clinton Female
Mtssr.s EuiTor.s ; The examin?
Lion of tins instil
: r.cr trial
! trust. T!
I the sh:p,
i car v j
0 niii'ii j
nted fourth of An-' !)isl"
is free circulation now ail tlirontrh i'-htunbei'
ere' being clegai-t staircases with
! oak balurad
cadi n g to
is exceedingly simple. J 11 each
of the revolving magazine two char
ges arc put- that is, tine charge ot powder and
i..u ,..,f ;,, --.,, pi n.o.i r.,.,. .-a' 1 '.it . v-
vnr'ors i .1' 1 ... ii.-. j on ,, on o. 10a a unt j 1 evit r,
and then another cuarge of powder ami ball is
...C.-C'tU-n ..r.l .i-r.l. i ' ' . I. ., . r . " - - ...v. ...... in..- ....-v.,...- 1 a. .0 o.iiv 0.11 11 . 1 nut 1
W iiilniv ,m;n... ii,. 1. i - - ! v , j , . v.. . j ... 1 t5,,:iuUi, ,.rn ir .-oi.--,-..:., i! i.jui, innivi i nv i KitUi, ana ioiiis. uuaii'oii lataiers lor the ,
1 " - - '.I A correspondent writintr with reference to the I tuir power, our slaves to aippiy t.ie .uuie to onr supervision ot Prescient Graves, w.th an able bony I c,. or invcnteratelv curioa: who cannot Spot into to the same chamber directly m Iron
uo. betore us and a more patri-1 ,T..-n..ei.. ;..r.i.n ; r.,.i oK,., i taroats, and the torch to our dwellings. Can the- of assistants in tl.o diU'orent branches of insfr.u - ,'-;.;;',;,. , , a ..... Ii,;!. .i,,,,, of the first. To each chamber there are tw.
m spleen was r.,ver delivered ; ." T... :r j aeyc .l"?' eo L i11?,;;. I."?:?'. a.nU wc c:i1-1. sr' Uvi pr.y.nptness wnu ; iiV,;fl fs V! ; apertures with two caps, which when exploded,
nth -a vote was taken and 01 ""' " iUllu" .'. ' . . 'l.' I n:luvu ''..., 1S 1101 im:Uil;:u olV, Ui'lt tno ir-, wn.en ine jouiig latiies answerea ami especitd.y the "" - V. -7 .. 'V. . i . . . V ' 1 . . L .V,v' nmina,.t, one with the first, and the other
, . i as what McDuthe makes i.ua to be, he is not lit to monv oi tne iemocratic party s-ii-..uia oe preserveu r ; gratutatniar class, that the examination was highly cngine-roou. uu expccieu ti.at i.i saup win ; - -
oe lor exnubaon 121. asramst i .. I i !..,..,. . a,. r c;;,v, 11,.. ..,.i- , ., . , , ., ,. . . r .10 ...;i,. ., 1 ,. ! with the stcor.a chnrtre.
' I nA Tir,f r,v,.,,ar rl too,." ! ' V lie ut-.-iw tea 01 t.iv ouum .001 mv etli-tauie IO DO 11 teilC-lier 11 IK I PUT) 1.1. .Ml' 1 i;i 1 1 : s , I "U U tl L il 1 U IC U I O in I I C3 11 : 1 i I o 11 I , . IIICII Ul.l j " . . .
; Mr. Brooks s seat, which he ' ri I-,-' Uraoi ; v. hen it fails, the Union falls with it and the j delivered his address on Wednesday, in a pleasant - summine ti!' we trust that she rrmv go on i Uncaps are exploucd by two hammers.
' ?"Mr McDullie savs
the course of Mr JVinslma in Congress highly
culpable.'''' We doubt this, and consequuatbr
Vi-ould like to
point. V think
H'hhrz. ,f on. lid as ; ilag of the Lanon wnl be its appropriate shroud. - ;
,owwhal can Mr. McDuffic lo.ok lorwaixl. to?
What can he expect but at bes , to divide, distract
and disor-rnnize the Demderatic party ? The object
anil agreeable manner. His thei
enee of Woiiian.'' lie spoke of
union 1 woman in the uaric acres
looked upon ar-mc-reH' a servant
ne was the "IniJu-' prosperously to comu'cllon, and thus justify the ! which are cperatcd upon by one trigger.
the degraded eon- j scjel,ti2c !!U"t darin'.schenic which she has been: When tho hammers are drawn back, ami the
It she should realize the hopes i trigger is pulled,, one hammer striK. s ne cap
o 1 oiiu.im: resolutions, a in pvamin ;r tl,;
.ioi Ktiae as ail other charges brouc-ht. bv Mr tn.
Duffie. C "
It wiiibe-dUtlmA- remembered that Com. Pauld
ing made an ui-vr-4 of Walker in Nicaragua, in this
it was considered be had exceeded his "instructions
but nevertheless a resolution was brought into Con
cress passing a vote of thanks to p,.u;,. ...
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heroic (g conduct. Mr V. inslow fpc-ke in opposi The following desevved compliment is paid to lion
tion to the resolution r.nd in lavor of lavln- it ' J. P. .Tonbn of P..r..niir:or county, by the New
wnen sue was ,.
UI .1 v;iS UlOlVi IL . , . , 1 - 1 .1..!. r.r.r.u.m....f..itf,c nit i tli. n"tV:i I ll Ill5? Vfi '
- 1 o ,,,ii a,,-. . l . r t-.-! .-v i C7 is r '.fi 'ir'h'- i i L l lyiiiiiinnit ana nu w ,
neax liuui iu ouiiu-ia ucoti 1... 01 a ivpres'auve is t.nress is to enau me peu- not worthy - ot an education, - lhen described a I "vl K ": " . ! , -c f i . . the other ehaiVC is ex
its answer will be pre-tty emphatic j pie ot each district to have their views ana WLsites i JSorth. Carolina woman, with her highly educated i tects, sue will ml a ungmer page in ing.auu s , . . -. - ' t, .1.- u., ...,.
of McDulUe's titemen We w ill I retlected tnero ; and their interest guarded ; it is not mind in'tlio'sovial eircle, in the family, - in ' the sick i histo-rv than anv of her victories uy bird or p-uueu . jj uiaw.i.g .,.. 1 .v ............o
" ' j lor the benefit of individuals, or simply to enable the room, and as a ministering anael saothmg with her i water for she will inaii'niratc a re vol tion in j magazine revolves, and hrnigj tw o mora
. , people to reward a favorite.- ' "' ',." ntle touch and .rendering happy all with whom ! ocean transit, which will bi'Imr the farthest ends j charges in place: mid. sc. thc .iring is contin-
, Robeson Co.We took a stroll JV' " oaFth -together, and -transport a whole ; ue-i u.n,. .0....... . , ..j - -
, . , - ,. 1 i"oo.j u.t..ut . -.it...,..,, nv..t.etj -"-vt , u&eiuuies!, in ueeus. 01 nooie aomg m oattie ana in ...a,-,,.,. ,r . ,, n..ti.-o ..rmv t nn,.p in n.v o-ivp'i liunaners is cpcraiea u in y i 1 th'
tion on last M ednesdav , hearing that tl people should select the agent best quid- leaisuitrve balls, actintr thromrh man s her nronev ! CO U"' :?r.,U e,,t aI m" ' at "cC ' " -g,VC" tlo. ..;., be done much more runidly than
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tne oiunioii 01 "
. - , , .
it naa no
out in that direc
I that some speaking was to be done, lhere was a
j god crowd assembled and some interest manifested,
j It is firmly believed that Mr. Winslow will eertainSy
I receive tea vote to Mr. MeDuille's one.
ine lieu-, mi., speecnis now before us. A vote was
pket wi ;i fa-f .llowi result: for laying the resolu
tion upon the; table I'T against it 93, thus laying the
resolution upon the table. See Congressional Clol-e
1st Eission Co Con., page What does Mr Mc-'
Dulllc think cf this? Had he not better tell facts
for surely -Kakrcpresention will not convey him into
office, or give him anv support.
The next charge brought by Mr MHRvffie is that
Mr Winslow faned in his ellort upon the naval bill
York News :
Hon. J. P. Jordan, of . C, with Ills accomplish
ed lady and daughter, are at the 11 Inter national,"
Niagara Fails. Mr. Jordan is cne cf the first men
01 the South, and s an orator is, unequalcd in his
nat He. State.
i'fied and most able to serve them.
ie member, to
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snouia oe aoiu 10 uiai, ;i uiii, w fApwi" u-s proyis- votaries in the South. It was quite an appropriate !
sions; to defend it by his power ot argument ; and and well conceived address, was received with an-!
- 1 UHLllL II1U H t Jfif It 1 Cllllf if'ttlillrM
be uselul to his constituents. Woman's rights . siwl wna- immrt' that
to conciliate the co-operation oi ins colleagues toy j praise and delimit
his elt-epuence, his tttct and the weight of his charac- j We hope Mr IJanks will gratify the Trustees and
ter. Can Mr MOufhe do these things i hat can- I many others by granting them the priveletre of pub
did man will compare him in quahhcation with-Mr lislu'nsr it. which has been remioste l bv '"letter to
v. i...- io'.v r - . . - . . . . 1 i,;,
The Concert was exce lmt
nd hitrhlv iredit-
A Colored Sti'dext at Uxiox Coolege.
Some tiuie since a young, man from Brooklyn,
E. D., giving his name as David Uoselle, raadej
tl IIIILU . I rt . . J UUilllJJIUH ' y ' ' . , . , . - , ,
licit,- suspected to be of colored extraction, j cation between the two charges is impossible
the authorities "of the institution demurred ;
bv any other pistol I have seen.- I he ball used
is' larger than common, and has a groove cut
around it, which is filled with tallow. When
the ball is rammed down, the groove 13 closed,
and the tallow is forced out, so that commnni-
matter. lwi-h to be represented by a man who teach at the institute after this session
can take his place amongst the oldest members "of
the House as their peer, i do not uesire, when I
visit Washington to have a stranger point to some
" dead head" as the representative of my district:
We are requested to state ttmt tho Daily bo constrained to turn to bide the blush of shame.
Prav'er-Mieytlngs will be postponed until further
Got Home. Bio. Smith of the Xewbern Daily
although he was a member of the naval committee. ! I't'lta i,AS returned home to the labor ot his protes
This navr.yill was "a resolution to extend and 1 sion' We 1,?arn that hc has had a vcr-v Ploasant
define the authorRy of the President under an act trip t0 Xew York' (ProbaWJ- Connecticut (?) where
approved January 1.6th 1857 entitled an act tc ves! whcrc lce ma-v g0 b-vc and bfel
pron;-te the efUcieney of th? navy in respect to re- j Xlaat.
tired and naval officers.''' They were for the pur
pose of destroying 'die powers cf the naval retiring ; of our State, while there lately, but this beats it
board which in many instances had dons evils very j We would like to return to get cool.
. . . 1 a mi 1 -Tf 1
it-snstrous in their result?. nms iraai .'V"''B!
board exercised veiy arbitary powers,
1 .. . VSf" Quite -a torm t.ccurred at Burkville, N'ota-r
r '-" . - way co.. a., on tho Pvemncr of tho 15th-r destroy-
b-tiori was intended to strip it oi its inquisiioi..ij 1 . . . . -
iuoa two invcuae u i a , mg barnes, houses, imn-dams, ore.
authority and give the accused ofheer what ever his j z
" offence might be an opportunity to be tried by hisj ijTMr McDufSe takes rather a bard road to
r,rc ,nrfnnr b- a select set of partisans who could i travel. He opposes the whole orth Carolina dele-
- , ". J ' 1
-Thi-iisday. July 21, 1859.
Messrs. Eiutous I The candidates for Congress
met here yesti"day evening. Wiiislow's triumph
was (omphtf. Did you ever see a sapling twisted,
torn up by the roots, and dashed upon the ground
bv a tornado? Just so sudden and terrible was the
descent of Winslow upon Col. MeDufue, Attorney
ut Law. Order his coffin. His friend who sub-
We thought it was warm In the western portion 1 scribed 2.50 (as be informed us) to enable him to.
canvass, will, ot course, pa uie uui. 1 win not
insist unoa a monument "acre perennius": one of
. T : 1 . i -l a Y
simple brass will ansvyer, instaioe upon it " infe
lix Puerf which being interpreWd, meaaeth silly
lti conclusion, I hare some pride involved in thisUhi tn rb P,T.f t-o 1,, -;ti nt ; tu nt; ucau.ca, i.uu wi , t..a ... 1 ood COmpany or none. Aever be idle. It
A Shout Lectcre to Yocxg JIex. Keep.
1...1. 1. .1. .. " .i' "'''.., " ti .. -..-! ot her name acanired theredy a gi
lai uui not. leiesi, nas ie iw; ij vm liiiusuay ... , . .
ino- -atxA vt...bl s ;v tb:.t thre w :. ili.i.l.-iv : and the young man 3 application was granted.
" - " ' - - " " T I J 1 " ...
of beautv and
t ' 'J t - ... - , . 1 . . : ,
race seldom seen in anv community. .Meanwhile, his fellow stuucnts uecommg &us-
? t f 1 1 "fyur liiids cannot be usefully employed, attend
a em o or, , cultivation of your mind Always fpeok
the truth. Make few promises. Live up to
your engagements. Keep your own secrets, if
llxose that touchcHi the ' light tantastic toe " seemeu j p.cioas ot tne color, ,00 ocx-umu ,0 - - j you have any. When you speak to a person ,
so exDert and araceful that we were induced to ask r,-n,n t no to time with his IS itri itian chat acter-! f - , 1
who was their Dancing Master ? and a gentleman re-j jst;cs i,,somilcli that he represented to hi3 pa-
aiarkea that they naa not ueen under any tutorship . ,1 t a sta7 at the college was intolerable
iaLei, iiiit. 1 oe.ii.u.v iix. Liie. Jtit joeiveo- iu nj' .
it nnricnred rmi to n.-.tiirrd ind.'od. Tb. m.masrcrs
,iJI ,,,,,i n,,.i;tnn,i.!, k.i i,.. rs: ti.' u,Kr 1 his parents7 house in
but more especially of the strancrcrs for the sell-; opportunity arrived some days ago to ship him
sacrificing and agreeable manner in which they ad- j to Germany," where intends to complete his
minister to their liemfort. ; ; i education . His neiglibors and acquaintances
, . AMERICUa. I are much displeased that he shoulel have denied
and relationship, but he excuses
Burning of a Stca.m$r Loss or Life.
- New Ofxeass, July 1G 1S59.
Coinin"- home recently, he was concealed at
v illiarnsbtirgh, till an
. i 1
himself on the plea that the abitrary rules of
look him in the face. Good company and irool
conversation are the very sinews of virtue.
Good character is above all things else Your
character cannot be essentially injured except
by your own acts. If one speaks evil of you,
let your life be so that none will believe him.
Drink no , kind of intoxicating lirpiors. Ever
live, misfortune excepted, within your income.
When you retire to bed, think over what yon
have been doing during " the "day. Make no
haste to be rich, if you would prosper ; small
and steady gains give competency, with tran
quility of mind. Never play at any kind of
iramo B.if nloi.i o A void tern ntation. throuirh
Esq., says the Petersburg" ''Express, fear you may not vith?tuud it. Never run i
: .,,EW; ukl; .ly; ,,, : tie college rendered falsehood necessary. iV
i The steamer Raveawood, from Madwonvil.c for tius i -
itv. took fire this morning about eight miles Iroui ! m, . Il
i ,.t. ...lntai Knnsiiraed." tojetaer wita hT f - '-'
cargo. - There was an insurance. 01, luc
nr i,o rtio-tc- wrsnna on hoard ail efccupearex- : A , 1 ryor.
A report of tne discission vrnl oe soon made out.- ocpting one,. wbo..K$ drowned in attempting to reaca 1 .:iS rtcoiisidered his recent determi nat ioi. and debt unless you see a way to get out again.
I am inclined to think V inslow ill get ; the largest iheore. , - - , " V ''J will be a candidate to represent this district in i Never borrow if -you can 'possibly avoid it.
vou, ever polled lor any Democrat ui Hanover. -Thej &h f he &1 jc of the r , ,!G next Congress of 'the United States He r Never speak evil of any one. Beju ' ,foro
. 1 stuu 01 tne lute iMarquis ei unieuwu.. ' couipeuiur, voi. il. Li. Hopkins,' of you are generous, iveep youieu .....v..
.' . . .. . -..i:, .!, ,.oct rnnirrMs -ir,.t nti,t.-rs b.--?r R.-w, v.a mar-tr tr.t4-r. r'CoAi. TiinrU.t. nf iAnn tots.1 amount realized was abou , sr.UUU. ome 1 tins city, and 1 nomas V floods F.ka f Mp.-k- i von would, be . hannr . feave wnen jou uic
dob out tbe rights aa pnvue.-cb -uwuiu. 0 i 1 .-. - ;; ... rvi bf l,o mppr! lirnnfH,t hi.rh fjirures. Gommi di 1 leiiburir. oneii thf f,..iv,.i!Sr m.,1 ,nin.viri,i; vom...- to snnirl wlifln von aro old. Hunts
Mr Winslow supported this aT-1jOE unwert OV 01 democrats, vro sflt'w.uir jk-iloiho, uiui wiyirwn uib tuuig roii. - --r . . r. n lT v. . '"""vij -r
rttcn rt3 liar vi'jw
fi6lutioa destroyinj; thts.e powers cf the Naval re, ! Dy&, you vill soon kill yourself.
It is worth reading.