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--HirowrRioTDi!tE4TKOTOTHitTifKnrATKtnRoo!)TiTUTi-'N,-iio6 PRoiiiBiTKb v IT to tiib tTiiTM, n BKSKBveD to THB irEi BfB(:Tlvtv, o to rait raoeLE. Amendments to Ike Constitution, Afticlt Jf. -
SALISBURYrN. CVAPRIL 10r1841r
TIIH Or TBI - vl '
PUBLISHED VBEKI.Ya:::i:::::CllAi F.FlSllUri,
. -." ' Vditorand Proprietor. ,':'-V,-"
Th WwTtR Cabom.ia U published every Friiny,
.. t pr snntnn, in advauce, or $1 50, if nt wl m
tlireT mMh fr-m tha time uf subscribing, (ft". Nn
piper will be disrontwued until all arranges ere psid,
if ihe subscriber is worth th mihaeriprion i tnd the fcil
uro w ooiiW the EHitor of wih toaioimue,iit lrHt
ou mux i ii before the. Hid of ihe year ubcribed lor,
will Ikj considered hew engagement, ' ;
".r kJmtiiMrmenin coiirpicuimalv amreorrectly In-
acrted it 1 per "rjiuro (ot 310 rml, or Ae a linn
uf hi liied type) for Hie first insertion, mid 23tentr
t ca,., cohunuanee. Ccurt tnd Judicial dvertiee-
. . .1. nt.l liinlinr tin ill shove rati-. A dt-
' j ill m-r n iiL from the reirultr price wilt
be rondo to yea r i f advertiser. DO" Advertisement
Kiit in fit publication, oiui be method with the irnm.
her of iiwcrlioM deir(!,r thry will be eoiilinued till
forbid, ol cnatiied aceirdinjly. . . ..
To wrorp attentiun, all l-(ii r addrril to the Mi.
ir on biminwn, mmf be- f.tc nf Votuii '
llOWAN MOT E L'
1 1 AV1NT, rtirrha-d that wrll Iiimiwii ni ina
i- VWil,fil tic tiir,r(kiinwii b the oiin'
i Wn'shfrN II.I-I,) -ittiatd llitT..wn H.
d,Wy, N. ('., wif.rma'hii fnit& jnd the publir
ff ocrallv. Ihut tli'ri"'f' i T" f"1" 'h,! rCPB
turn of TrariHrrs n Pr,lir. )
liw Table Bar in "Mi'H-i ti "-
b't Ilia market nml utrniuiidiiiif ct imlry d
ilb nmin,'l r.. u !' r. ntl. M.i.- I.j f..Ul.fttl Biwl
T.H-a)ii-l"ijt"-l '!'" '" fI,,f,
li-Hi 1,1. Iii p.rfaiw'll V' i'T'lMlJfrVrheraT1
M;H.kcli.n Im wli" ',v,,r 8 ?"
J A VlUa L. UWAN.
..,!.rhury ?cpt. ii. iw;o. 1L
(I.ATi: DAVIV) HOTIIfi.
'HAGUE A. GIFFOilD 1ore.:.--.l
rhe ll-Mtl, f..r.nrl i- . cw.iin.ie the
iM.li-ho.eot on th l.brral Mil rrtt
I ,y, Will en tt t1irmrWf to nul it nM
i.i.ii.' riivwo jtr
ItOAItDKRd AXU TlfATELLEBS,
TiS r;riTT.nihf-w m iin.kfrtirTTrhif
,,,, ..rmenl rf T. K. H 7
fc-,i,.f,V v H 1, N.m!. Carolum, end h'
!,'."...:., win t.atle I'iiu to gi gifrl-iir
faction. .. rf.''-
1 1 H ir.l n M a Sf
Vat jg9SX.f. a.i
AT W holcwU mid n"i, t W HEElXRS1.
CU Y3 or UrriWaO.DtnnttIckwiih' Pilk
M .it:,,', P.IU a 1 w. " Ta-w wi. n.d
IVrnsH' remedy tr li.MTl W;1' f: i,l al
l.j C. It. A: C. K. WHLLLER..
s--. FKESH TEAS,
WiiiM, f piriw, lohacro, Cipro,
lPfl J.M rc.ve.l.in(Hr wl", t tlw A.ln
VtffiiJe bory Drug Bwre r J
Hslwhtiry, Sm. M, "-
ami ritBtl. tho rtn., Yarn, of .hI "?
eUtins f ,rW 0abr.-TW ,,!. ,h
tM end eiurar.!c, .rf the Yrn. f th iBCtary in
ao UMtr.1 .! ki-wn m ned o r-.-
n..niN fn.o. us -.Thosr wiblns to par
caae V.iUnieaac glt tv wJL-
V. 11. & l;. " liua-f'"
. LADIES AND --r'
r4 frrjA fim-ilv l-f tlKTrWbralufl Ar t
-i., .. . I-....:., L..i ...r thn irtt vrnr. wohhi o
" r"H - n w-p
ii . . .11 -,r ...,iH i.u.n a II. " f?n linn uui
nkw." t. C. K. WHEELER.
.N..,l-r 13, 140.
HIE M.ikwrilxr hmvmc di-
iX tSU 4- li4., Iina remain
T, . - -
ii...... i erv Gnr ar'ice, made
I. J at I .ITIinWI'R. IH'f (
&SiaiMl5 in uH.-rr manw-r ; ! a
number nf efomMiJ Jltronrhes Carriaj'-s anl tii,'s
nil -f wl.;rh he Will V
tr t twi!ld.
very low, and on ""'If cr1"'!. i
lie reiiic-t all tti -w Vinp neon ace'Uiit ntnidi.nr
nr, S,. I.k i IochI! mid Hte ii..,n iii.:il lorilier le-
, b.nole or otheiwii. Ji) I. MIA i.U
St.'hnrv. Knt, V "U
S'.INU ili'Mroos of euil.a,la in .m .l''rr lefi
ll.'r thoeMlHliMHiiu,,! of the M IL
MtxirriiN AtlvrBIiar," in ''
I ,1 .-..,,( bnnw of a-m-'W. eli'l
nmsons oYairmH nf emlmrv.rt'.
iil-s. tt-.rtn WtlimiUiti.n. rsorui vsivha
Ti riiK iemiiu.odaltiig. Apll' iVoii
h. iV'ir llMe "HI r.U)BlKlwrtlHliWlifc
mit be .
l2sb .... " '. s.
nIIS aecond eeaaion of this Iiialitutioa wit1 coin;
i meiice on MtM.day, Man-b 29ih, atill under
the cur) (ii Mim Uukec,' aenUted by f.t'r iriirr
Mum Mury L. Uukr. Term,t 10, 12 60 r
, the ilitlercut chunee, Munie on the Piuno mid Guit
tur, $25 each. ' Drawing tiid painting f 10. -,.
Pupila charjf d Umn the timo of enirsnce, tut
fl5 dedurtina made aflerwnrile for naM.cr" 5 , -
BalwlHiry, March 28, Ifll. - flw -i'
; 8lac o? Notttv CatoVma, .
" IIIEDELUCOUNTV 4 "
Xufttior Court of Law, Spring Term, 1911.
Iliiabeth A.' Wihwo - "
r ' ',::.-..--;:;'.-; Petiliuh (or Divorce. '"r"" '
J mi1 Wilaon. ,) . .. "
IT appearing to the 'M'uuVlinr. f the Court that
the I)liniMia.iit Jar.Ha U'iUoo ia not an inhalii.
,Unt of ibia State i It tlierelote onierad by the
C'Hirt, that publication be made for three mom ha
in I ho (Molina Wtrcluunii and Western Caroli
nian, that tin Miid Jamea Wilson appear at ihe
net .uirior Court of Ljw, to be bald at the
Court II iujo in Siatenvil'e, on Ihe 3rd Monday af
tur Uj 3rd M.HKlay in Atuat nml, then and ttir
to aiiiMnr, or tatd Petition will be heard ex parte,
' and j iil.'ineni nrd. red accurdmuly
itiw, Su.ii'l R Bell, Merk of onreaid C urt
a! Stuitvlli, tU 14Alt4iy afwr to3fd Mun
day Hi l'tbru.n, A. !., 141. '
8. K. UtLly, Cl'k.
March VO, lS41.-3m.---PrlorVr,i Fee tlO.
JR. (ir.B. DOUGLAS
n VVl (J removed bis Ollii e to Silt
(kur of Mr, Covrao's brick row,
(f .niH-ily occupie'l bv Dr. Aalibel Smith,) nearly
opp wile Misl.acl Howu tore, p.4itety tenders bis
irremMial anrvirea to tt ptiUtiC... r . . f- '
8ahbor, Auau-rt Ul, 149. , - r
Dbcts. Killiaii & Powe,
.I1AY1X0 awwit(d there-wive t-Betlier, in the
practice of MeJiei., r-i--ClTintT nfli'Mtiw set.
V i i I ... .
WftvAtetttltTtvil .9 .W-JWvSW-Hj! bi.vAl3K?,.,.w fVr'.:'. w.
bnlimf';.-i- - :
anutry e5, t41.
DIL JAMES G.WOMACK
"f J ' .- HAVING lird liiinwli' permanently in
the Wo of 8AIXMIUKY, trndii h.
rJioiiaWiri WiViet ike
Ihkkia, ttr wu vn untmi aw tnnci-, on maiuvmret'i
one eVor bolnw the otBoeof il.e to trn CerolinmB."
r h tl i
THE 8ALISBIJRY MANUFAC
need operation, are imw prepnred
tu furnish dealers wuh Cotton Yarn
of a superior qoaliiv m favorable tern.s.
J. RHODES BROWNE, Ag't
EaliMSurT.Dec.ll.lO. " r
arilllE Stitwrriher resMclfully inform the ciii
( A p.w f Slibnry aud urrounding country, that
they have coininetK.-ed the above buaiitt'sa in all its
various brnncl e. in the Shnp formerly occupied
by Mr. lohn I. Shaver; on the South-east Street,
where they will constantly keep on hand a va
i riety of Vehicles, such as ;.
They will warrant tlieir workmanship not to be
urprtswd bv any inline seeti.n of Country, as they
have mi htii'd a large supply of the licst mnterials
-and, aU, in !l.. if eiolllorflM rate Wortmrn.
Tli FuWribers will alo ke-p contanily nn hnnd,
Ilames of every description, a lliey have a
firrt rate llsreese maker. '
Order for work from a riwtanee addrewj to
the subscriber will be punctually attended In,
N. B. All kind of repniiin. dwie on the short
est nonce. DANU'.L SHAVER,
I). F. II ADEN.
Salisbury.' Jan. 22. lrl. l
Mf)l'EATV UVV. y HITTEltta.
rpilE tll.K CIVINC. ril.lS AVI) !'!trn'!V
I IHTTKHS, . n-lc'ii iU'il ndc u ni h ii" K
thenlnVted in evirv part Ide .nontr), i ni'W re
ceived and for sale bv ihe n i ri!'r.
CRl'SS & l'MiF,K, -A -rents -MeM.
Svmui V Sium.k, in t-oiionl, N. ('., re
alt. Aifeiits for the sanie
MVTCIII.EW f ANTIYR.
n.vnliiiilile Medicine i r snlA, hv the
cnlier.ftt Mille.lgev.ile, ton'e.nrv ro.,
N c . W. Ii. ill lAt.K
Xrrocs for Ssile.
1VEKAl, valuable NVj";" fr Sale. F.rei
fro at this Office. fnlishnry, April 9.
'A Man without M6nrg. A iuhi wiitxiui money
is a biody without life wUkinj hiiowJ a ipC
Ire that blTrightai hif mk in dohifui, hit eonver
aa'.KHi )i languid and heavy, If'.bo winhea to pay
viat be never (imU a'iy bdyt rKuoo, and if ho
opena hi month to fpeali, tie i jiiti ruptod every
nil .Mien t ii order that ho 'tnny nut liniilt a wntenee,
tet he ahonld end it by a.kin fof ti4ney He i
avoided a pesiitoiictf and ia conniderud tKie
lea clog upou (lie Carth-':, tT he have wil be can
Dot diaplay it, and if be have none, he ii looked
upon vis the moat frightful bid jhid'hiiture can
creato. iVhen in ill humor, hit enemies eay he
ia fit for notion and those be inclined toward
hint, p fuce (heir eulogy by a ilirog of t'le shoul
dern." Neceitv awakes him in the Tiorninir,jid
rniiiery attend him at night. -.The womnri Gudhe
m uniiiaairiv and vulgar, and regard hi in wttb
uticioa. ; Tavern keeper wWi that like the cha
ftrelton, he would ltee upon air, and tailor thal,r.
like Our firal iMreuta, he Would elotba himself with
6i leaves. - It' he winl.ee to araue he not (t-iten
ed to 1 ami if he wants anything from a tradesman, 1
he ii considered a rogue.
' TII WANDERING VVLND.-'
Tbb wind, the wandering wmd
M'goldn iuminer even !
Whence is the thrilling wajie
Of Ha tone ittwog Uie lcave ! -
Oh, ia H front the waters, J -
Or from the lonf, tall gran?. ' -Or
"ia it from the hollow locks .
. Through -which its breathings pets 1
Or ia it horO the voices , , .
Of all in one combined,"
That it wma the tone nf mantery 1 '
'flie wid, the wandering wind t
fi'j, oo ttrsrrge sweet accents
Tint with it come and go
They are not frdrn tlie ouera, '
Or the fir-tree, whispering tow.
They are not of the rjver.
Sot nf the caverned hill :
Tis the human love within us
That gives them power to thrill.
They touch tho links of memory
Arrti) our apinw twined.
And we trtart, ami weep ind tremhl,
.To the w ind, the winderinj wind !
From lb Ijmlkt' Vompaninn. .
, TUB WAR WOMAN'S CREEK.
In Georgia and N rth Carolina, there is hard
ly a river, creek, or iream, that ha nt rrmnee
ted with it aoirie nlrl I .dun tradition. The title
toc-i.reawi t'frhetrh 'a tokjmiromx.Jigj.fjbC;-
iev o'i? ot lte principal lriliiurteo tfie Jiavt'
inhli e Rivr m the Cherokee Nation, North Cnrn
""" "l"r ' ,v ,HW wianaTe.
I.tit'iimna fiit.1 lLa. M.MnM4f itit tAid 4ii lif III.W ,.
..Mioy y eaa-ego, 4lve: first jetthmevTr nf thrt
rr.untrV, a.w'underiog party id ihVirnlif' attacked
i lie hnui i 'I a souaiier aoine where oihmi their
borders, during hi nhence, andmawcred elt.the.
"hilnren, and wit .be wiff-vwvi red with the man
gled bodieof lurr hutehered otFiormg ; scalped like
oner did she; hear the-sound of their retreating
foolsteoa, than disengaging herself from the heap of
the sl.iin. haggard, pale, and dreiuhed with her own
and the blood of her children she peered leal'h.
r , T , P ,
III HVHI IIIO U'M,,, . I.,,....K ... . ...I. .11. 111.
longer in Might, hastily exiinguished the tire, which,
had applied to her cabin, hut which had, as yet,
made very little iotprevtton on the green logs of
wliich it was composed. Wiping trom her eye
the warm blmd which waa still reeking from her
scatple head, she had directed hersj-inized gaze
to the bleeding and dihgureri forms of ttn.ee who
scarce an hour l'ote were playing at the door,
and gladdening her maternal heart with their rrer
ry laughter, and as ahe fell in the full souse of tier
desolation, tlie iai ray oi noe oie wuniri iter do
sirn, thero sinlo over her ghastly face an eipres
sion a savage a was ever worn by the rulklesa
layer ot her innocent babe. Iter eye g, earned
with the wild fury of the tigress routed of its
y U'tg, as elo- ins her cabin carefully behind her,
with a coutileiitnc aiiimatd by some desperate
purpose, she atartt u oil in the same path by which
the mu'-'erers had departed, Hedlee of her
wounds and wasting blood, and lost to all sense of
hunger and ' t iiigue, in t ieune absorbing and tell
puroe which i.c u. ed hi r, "he pn.ise l not upon
the trail of her loi-s, wi.nl, at night she rame up
with them encanipi'd in the tide of a creek, which
is indebted to4wrJttr.tutpn.'.'iit name. .
Energing from ihe i;I.mui of liua eureiHinding
dnrkoesi, on her kie . a, she crept neiedy in.
ward tlie fire, the hlan of which, as it flickered
upwards, discovered to her tho prostrale forms ot
the Indians, five in mimls'r who overcome by nn
unusually fatiguing nay sirnvwl.weivi wiapt in ili'i'p
-leep, with their only weapons, their tomahawks,
111 1 heir belts. Her own stealthily advancing b
cure, a the uncertain light of t'e buriimg pine
fell upon it with more or' lc dlaiim'tue now
exposing it li.ieanients clotted With blood, anddts
torid by 9n evprecs'tmi' which her wongs, and ihf
sight' of the riesolatere of her hearthstone, exag
gerated to a degree afinost fiendish ; and now alia
.tin.r all, save two. learning, spectral eyes wa
even more sirring t! an the swarthy faces rufh
she jjlured Ufnn. Assuring herself that they were
fast nai.-rp, ahe gently removed their tomahawks,
and dropped nil but one in'o the creek. . With this
reiuniuing wentnu in he'r hand, and cikjI resoluti'm
in her heart, she bedt over tlie tie real enemy, and
li tiog the insiruiiK'iit, to which her own and her
children'- 1.1 ..'I slid adhered, with one terrific and
uneri ine hKuv.hiiried it into the temple of its own
er. The suvnge moved no more than pnrtly to
mm upon hi side, gaped a little, quivered like an
aiwii, and mink h.rk 10 his former o iiion, quite j
dead. S inline gh.iKily in hia rigid face, the des j
i.eriie won an lelt hi 11, and nois-'lesaly as liefore;
dest aiq.ed all of the. aleepors, but one, to thai long
them. The last devoted victim, however, wit
arotoed to the coitscimmne of his situation by the
death stragg es of hi companions. lie (prang to
his feet and felt dr. In yreap-m. It was not there,
and on, glanco e;liininj every thinj to hiui, lie
evaded the blow awrwd at bii.i by the brave an J
: tevnngofnl mother, edited Ifu n ttio fire a bt.rn.iig
braod, and with h, auccm dod pnrtKilly in warding
otTlho furious attack Winch followed. In little
time they fell etr .igglmg together, the" Indian oViit'
, perat.Jy wmji.ded, and tlw uofortuna:e : womnu
f.iitit wtthlMeof Wood end her efertlnrn.. B.ith
- were too weak to hftria Wl other uow, soil iHe
v Woumlod savago wily availed himaclf .of hi re.
' twiining- sicongiit fo ornwl awav. In this' nilet.ua
mi, .k.ili r. .
uhTi Ii ' i T: u i . TTT
lhe IiiIIowiiib drtV. when aha wua ai-fidnntn tu di.
. CoveM by a struggling party ttf whitea, to wlwin
. . .1., - ... I .1 J-. , .1. t '
i.: : :v r .wr" . i
w viiu hit aiury ana 1000 ommi. Alter uurjing
hor oa the spot, ilioy made some eiftrtim to over
' take the fugitive Indian, but ttnsucceaafully.'? He
succeeded in reaching his tribe, and fryin his tale,
the liltta stream, before monti med, waa'evur after-
wards known among tha ClierokeeswCfti atai- by
r,he pale face as the - War? Wboniu' Creek." -;
A Fftt r. A surgeon and a;lawyer had very
tune gooo. ice ung lowanueaen olherj aou tlie to
lowing occurreuee tmk place t ;.-,''. v !
, v " It. asked th bare.. hh-iAWi b d
. stroy my dut-ks'csB I recover cWiwgs by law V
'r-. " Certainly replied the lawyer, "youcnu re
Scorer.- Pray !mi are the circiu.iaore T
h Wl- irj your dug, lart night, destroyed two
'of rnv diifcks.1' . J (
"Indeed! then you certainly ein reeover the
. damages what in iho aiuounl 1 I'll m-tjnlly (!is
eharje it." -
Four sbillinga ani six pence," chuckled the
And my fee f r nitending end advising is six
shilling and eight pence, re-ip n led the att.irnov ,
" and unlen jmi immediately pny the auuio my
' conduct wili be suit able.
For ike Pfinceu..Ku ingenious conoirv man of
ours, who recently invented mil piii na-d a new
cradle, with a muica clock affixed to it, fir the
purpose of siuiug thn baby to lcrp together
with a single appiiratu to wiiip the infant wlien H
cries ; and another eiMitrivauce whereby ihe child
can be fed without. tho assnUi.ce of the, uurse; is
about to present mm of his cotiiound machines to
the Queen of England. It is to be oiaitulactured
of Ihe mot rare and costly m tteriala, and will, if
done in season, "be Knt oqt tu the next steamship.
It will he so constructed as to rock, fei-d, whip and
sing, all at the aime' time, or do each of thone
tilings jointly and severally, a the lawyer say ir,
the sprcificati m. At least so we are . informed
by the Boston Traveller. .'Thn troth of the story
cannot he Touched for I though it ia prob il.lv about
aslrnea the wonrle.Cul stories told by ihe English
BftperinhVif jwaj not 'Maternal Majeaty. A'. 1.
iW din a at . !-
f 1 rfL.-i
ihut, Petition of Lonii Philippe The dri
d.... .:i.... a 11: .l n...
. inlormea ot the tact, a convtiisary ft
tempt to restore animation tneRectuat, procemit,
to secure tlie eff-p and search tbe persist nf JhF'1!VM'"n f-'nanptmg eciillors1 by '
unhappy deceawyf. In one of hi pot:
x kei ie vJia
covered a written document, by which the coach
mnn declared that,. Iring enrolled in a aecret so
AJng Wi, JuaLHuoing lumw-M wvenMt the-com'
mission of such B crime, hn had ceterioined to
finish his existence Tba superior authorities jiave
taker, this startling case in lun.l, and- serious ap
prehensiun are enlertaiired of the confederacy
u-UiA .iLlannn liu L.11 ,l,,i u,r,,ll., A I..-..
m U7BW fc-viffivrwitiw vujuua U-VUiU .UXIMiiCCUA
" There is no elevation of minJ, no justice
without moderation in principle and idea, wuh
out a pervading spirit which incline us rather to
soi'le tntm lull into a pactum with the events of
this little hfe. Anger is never prodneiive of any
good, except in the extremely rare cane of h-ing
employed to humble Ihe wicked, and to terrify
them from poraoing the path of crime, as the usu
rer were driven from tbe lempio."
f We may reproach men of talent for emigra
ing, when-we reproach a man for lying down in
his neighbor's field because the grass i softer in
it than, in his own." f .
M If any young man would win to himself the
heart of the wise and biave, aed ia ambitious of
being '.he guide and leader of litem, let hi 111 bo as
sured that hi virtue will give him power, and
power will consolidate and maintain hi virtue,"
AVca Satire. You saved my fife on one oc
casion," aaid a beggar to a Captain under whom
ho had served.
" Saved your life !"..renlied this c-'frlcer, " do you
think that I am a doctor!
" No," answered ihe man, " but I served undr
you in a battle, and when you ran avng I followed
and thus my lifo waa preserved.
An hpock tn Life. When a young 'mother
ventures to bejinw thvrtnt tumlur lucking upon
her first born, and then burst into tear at her
own barbar us cruelty the brat all th while be!
lowing u like all Moses." .
. An wjirt OwTer. i nn 1011 .wing a.aioguo i
aid to have occurred, in Wuhiiiglon on the elec
tiou of General Jackson. ,-
Gineral I want an embassy Can't hsve it,
sir. "Mineral 1 want ti be rwtmast-r. "Can't
have it, sir. 1 mi can t read or write, air." "Then
Gioeral, for God s sake, give mo we a pair of
Ct'trrosr A number of English ahie deal-?
once made a voyage to the Cape of Gxw Hope,
to sell shoes to the Hottentots, I hey niet wuh
no auocess in this business, and were much worried
by the lion and other beast of the dfuntry. Oa
their return they published an account of their
suffering in rhyme. We extract a couplet rela
ting to the vim of the limn 1
H Tim cuttnm of these lions was, to come on as una
G d knows we want custom enough, but we want
none of theirs." ', '
Tke JCiiat.Th) ancient peW of (ha Ciars
at. Moscow, ia aid to be rising loagniucenlly from
the ruin into which it fell during tha fir of. Moa
co on the French invasion, Tbe plan will unite
grandeur and comfort wi:h the peculiarities of th
Uarharoua tartaric atvle TLe luildiog will tie
heated in winter on the Ruwian plan, by oi b.ig
stove, con I runted in .the bnseniei.t ator.
whicft 810 tubes convoy the hot air to all Doinli of
the edifice. ' For the um of the heir annaretit and
his young Cou.-K.rt, a scoiid pulace ii to be creeled
at Moscow, iwat the Kremlin. Zfuio. Journal. J"
A friend line nnded tie the Cdlowiiiff reeino.
whiek, .contrary Ui moat thiriirsof that kiod.afl .rd)
iiv"ww rvuviv-v vareawie.
' A" I'nd.ine relief may be had by the
- -1 .1 . .. . ' ' lw
streoung dirder bv boriiintr in
the bum shftnt u( white paper, well saturated.
wilM aTiwIutiori rt iilt potre. The relief is hit
Mrfi(HtAry, hut the frequent u) of 1 the in 1 1 pet re
tines ii.it leten ii eiBcacvt. ' -Tlw writer f thi
.witifewI thJ relief afforded in so many infr,T "
Kianven mai, rie nope tiw above recipe rny be
gener!! cirqulttted t the benefit of aulTtrtri.
CotrR4TIVE trws 0.1 fl ilD ASAPeR, AS A
ciScrtATiosr -Frunf ihe report rjf the Engtwli
iuil and the American Miufi i dmtiniruislied E.nr.
IhH writer, Mr. P-ge, hni ascertained that there
i " a Una oa gnW wnn by Vear of 4-10 per cent,
m a century, which is lest, than 1 20th per cent,
per anmim; njid m that ef every KM) coined in
any particular year, Kjere would reni.i.n over 95,
7. 10J. in reul valuo at the end of 100 years.-
A coiiimri.ii is oet mnd' of ib t eiie.we of a pa
.ef ciirreney, whicii, at 21 per. cent, as stated by
Vlr. Niirumn, is fuuud fit be fifty threo,liine great,
er linn the I'Si by we.jr on a gold Currency. If
the eXeo)e of a paper currency he S J per cent,
per annum, this, on a sum of 20 UUJ.000, will
amount, iu 100 yearn, to 50,000,000. while the
hi by wear of a gold currency d" .'0.000,000,
during the aame period, is onlv 922,0IK). The
j difluretice is therefore I J.OTii.OOO." Globe.
Brazilian litrmltiction.Tit warmest manner
in which one llraziiiari can introduce another to .t
family is: ' This ia my friend, if he steal any.
thing I an aeetmntabU for if."
We reasoned with an inebriate a few days since '
on tho vile habit ho (tad of drinking spirits.
. lli II ! ... I .. - a 1
- ny no aam in reply, witer is dangerous,
very dangerouail drowns people 5 pets in their
cheats, and into their huada, and then, too, it muke
that mternal sioam, llui a always Uowin a fellow"
up." Planet. , . "
' -.from tha Globe.
THE REAL INTERESTS THAT ARK CO.NSUIe s
TED IN THE CALL. or t EXTRA SESSION. f?
Tho following,, from-the money article of tho
New York Herald, is full of information in regard '
10 the ile-ogriywHich haw prompted the immediate
mil ot.XojgjeJjjijMe the trine of
Hlockjuh'hr flereign arid domestic. Who furnished
tne siaowrw. war Lik redornimm m itu. ii.
! r swtm xw w.vww u -wowweriirtfit
1 l':,.lJt .1 ... v .. :--
) -' V ,t n iigruiu wriier ,h...H,JtwiJ.
.w-- - -w iiijict ueiween
- J e"""'"'ni 1 now converted into a
part MTiie gambling capital :
"The extra sea-rion uf Congress Itu at lust beeu
nusoos g-fl lorcainngM -miftvTrmtini"o1
Ihe revenue audTinancrs of the country. The real"
rea)nsare, however, the distress of the sjiecula
tor at home and aliroad, and the bankruptcy of
ire m .ridi omim, gro mg oui ui tne scheme nf
those eculntor. Tho leading question to lie
discussed at the aesaion are the repeal of the Sub
Treasury, the establishment of a National Bank
the ilisinuution'of the pub.ic lands, and tlie increase
of ihe Tariff. All thelan question are of iheuiimwt
importance, and will have a newt important boaring
on the future business .of lU couniry. Tbe most
proinumnt suhjeci tor cMisiderati.4i are those rela
livo t.i the Stale debit and Ihe ubiihment of a
new Naiionul Bank. Roth d' the. measure bear
directly on the inieres: of the apecuUton and
stockjobbers, mid are designed to rescue thera from
(he rum whch their Own m id scheme have brought
up-m Ihem. The b'aucie and drawing poati of
the L mdiMi houses in tb city are, to m course of
eveui, tottering to their fouodi-ious. They have
tor year derived an active capital by kiting on
ciMtoa at the exjenseof tiie Southern planters, and
through the medium of the Southern hauka, while '
their pnnciple-j have been tlie reservoir for all tb
stock created by tbe different States which were f
nrged on in their mad echeme of internal improve
iftents, through the h.ft tence of tne agenia and
their atelliie here. United State Rank tread
ing tint tame path, has gone to discounting, and
the same fate awaits the Lo.dm hou.-e. The
Southern Mate creuteJ largi amount of Sine
stuck to furnish bank Meiial t Al.bama $11,000,.
000, and Looisinai 4Sil,0iM),000. Tl,!, nwney
was borrowed in England, and th banks
Utiutetl. a The) itistnution has ever been under Ihe
eond of tiro aynn ofj the l.in.1 tkn.,.,,,
their busiiiea ha been almost xcluivelv to dm
count the kiling bill drawn on lh brioche tad
agents here by vuh-agenta to New Orleans srhl"
Mobile, to the exclusion uf the regular d alers.
. ' What ha been !m reaalt Why the whole
capital borrowed in England to atari tho banks ha
been sunk, the institution are entirely insolvent,
and the c.Uxmi of th several S;aUs ire liable to
taxation for the amount of tbe alock issued. Prime,
Ward," an I King, and other hoj-, hive drawn
iheir whole active capital frmn this arce. Oilier
State of the Union have run in debt for other pur
porn:, but all with tlie same result. The money
hts been lost, taxation ia ponding over tbe swindled "
eitiaon, who. in every quarter, show a disposition
pot lo tuhmit to it. The stock, in consequence,
have fallen greatly iif valuo an i have become to-,
(ally inconvertible in the hands of the husea with
whom Iho evils originated. The Southern banks
are on the- point of explosion, which" will cut off
from the kiting tattoos here the funds they now
drw from the plamert; and tha whole seem on
the brink of exnwion. '
In thi state of tilings, the last hope of there .
desperate men is lo obtain an influence hi the nation
that prices may rise, to the relief of the speculator '
that h'vld them, and to procure the oteof the pub
lie money iliroogh the metrun.enttliiyotihe Rank
of Commerce, which it is rleai Tried lo make Ui