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K OR T II CAROL I N A STAR WEDNESDA Y MO It N I N G , M AY 28.
Tiirtr-Foorth. Co:rei-Firrt Session.
YA'sshiigtok. May 13, 158.
StXATt. The Chair tai J before the 8mat a
connnunl.-sitiua from th Secretary of War, in
relation t the removal of rock a Hell Gate, in
the Etst river, New Turk.
Two messages mere received from the Presi
dent, vetoing the bills f r the improvement of
tbe month of the Mississippi river, and th flat
of StJTlair river. The President return them
becaure a regards tliem u part of a general
system of internal improvements, and refers to
hit previi.ua nnwtire of 1351. vetoing the river!
- - i
nu uamtiT mil. j i.c cortsiueraiiuu ot me mu
ject. wu postponed until next Wednesday.
Mr Cass stated that be should auk leave when
a convenient opportunity presented itself, to
show that tie told been misunderstood by Mr.
Cnuoptoo, in certain correspondence with tbe
British Government. .
iur eumner set lorm in wrong ol rvantns,
attacked what be conceited to be the abiverv ag
gression, and defended the State of Massachu
setts which he, io pari represents.
Tbe Senate adjvurncd. '
Hocur, of Iirrr,-iFtTm-tj, The Hons on
dor a suspension of the rule, passed joint revo
lution, offered by Mr. Wbceler, anthoriting the
. l'reaident of the United States to despatch a na-
nouu vow i to ine vap a v era istanai wltn
such provision may be privately contributed,
for tb relief of tlie sufferer by famine.
Mr. Galloway acked bat did not obtain Icare
to offer a resolution, calling upon the President
- of the United States to inform tb linns wheth
er any official actiuu bat been token with regard
to certain alleged murder in Kanaaa, etc., ete.
Mr. Walker moved tb t tb rule be suepeu
dud, in order that the Committee of the Whole
- oa the atate of tb Uuhm might be discharged
from the further consideration of the bill fur tbe
.Improvement of Mobile river; but tbe motion did
Dot prevail yen 00, nay 57; not twu third..
Mr Keitt moved a suspension of the rule, bis
oiyeet being to introduce a revolution providing
fot tbe adjournment of Congress on the fifth of
August, The question wu decided in tlie nega
tive yea 02, nay 77. '
Mr. l'ringl asked, but did not obtain leave to
offer a aerie of resolutions, with regard to tbe
ontinuatiun of tb Washington acqusduot, and
providing for a special committee to investigate
fully all tlie facts relative to that subject,
Tbe Ilous adjourned.
- WaiN0Toi, May 20,
STt. The Chair laid before the Sun ate a
report from tbe Secretary of War, tranmitting
information rorpceting the inipruvoineiit of the
navigation of the St. Clair Cat. '
Tb IIou joint reiolution in reference to the
aufferer at tb Cape do Terd Inland wa read.
Mr. Seward urged it immediate paaage, but,
objection being made, itlieiovor.
Th Beuat proceeded to eonaider the bill ma
king appropriation for lb. Consular and Iipb
matio expenses of tba llovernment for the year
ending June 30, 1857, which wa amended and
Mr. Benjamin, from the Committee on Com
merce, reported a joint resolution roquiring the
Commissioner ofl'atsnt to tnk Ui necessary
atep to obtain information with regard to the
growth and consumption of tobaeouand ootton in
the several countries of tb world; which wu
lead three timet and passed.
Mr. Sumner resumed hi Kansn apeocb; In
eonelunion making a outparhon between what
bl called the tyranny of tb President In Kaunas
and tb tyranny of King George tb Third.
from Congros h appealed to tb people in thJA'0'' t,w,Jin ""Rult """n'tted upon
ooiiiing Presidential elootion to vindicate Kan
a.' Let Ui ballot hoi of tbe I'nbis with multi
tuilinoas might, protect tb UUbt box tber.
Mr. Cass charactsriaed th ieoh of Mr. Sum
ner as tb iyH un-Aniericsu aid unpatriotic
peeeh be had ever listened Io, and trusted his
ear would net er be saluted by uch a no again
here or sbowlmr.
Mr. Iougla wa rewnii1uil.lv sever on Sum
ner, tbaracteriiing his speech a being a tissue
of gro vituperation and vulgar abuse-, and h
said that whil th Senator from Matwaehueett
bad ebargod him with erime, be himself while
tuking n oath to support tb Constitution bad
violated that instrument I
Mr. Maaon l.lu-wh-e. replied to Mr Sumner
nying Sotinbir by virtue of their political ao
ci.ttiuns, ar com lh d to litoa to buiguage
brr to which they 4ild not lend sn ear el
Tiber. II (aid that Sumner was incapable id
knotting what the truth Is, and to see bun eli-e-
vtbrre wu to loath and despise biro.
Mr. Sumner replied; Irtdulgii g In aoars per
sontiliiics, more sever than those of ' Douglu to
lU S-untt a-ljourned.
II ui or ltti-arsxavsTivu. Mr. Rennet, of
.Nw Turk, from th Committee nn I'uUio Lands
rrfurtol a bill granting 1,0 If ,"iiS acr-si bf lands
to the ef Wiseousin, fur lb ennstraetion of
tli re roads, of an aggregate length tf Bv bun
drJ and threnil n.
'lr. Stanton mad an inrffectual motion that
the bill lie oa It. tnbly CO, nays 70,
71u. b time was eonsumod in preliminary quo
timia, calling yta and nays, sts and pending
t'.s e-innidsratrjej of th bill,
Tbe llous tbcu a-'j. urtiid.
WsiiiiKovoa, May 21,
S va, Asaoug otW tiutiusa, lb I Bvimlng
a bill wis pawed giving pension of thirty dol
lars us'iuth.lof Uf to John Nugent, of S. Turk,
ln 11 b-t(j bis ami on board th t'nited
; i tlx ship riartnsnknrn, wbil eng igsj in Iring
a 'o'e in bn r uf the birtbJity uf tb Queea
uf din. ,
Jtr. (Vllamiir ret-.rted bill to test tb pr
!.-: . 'y aud asefulues of tb attnospbrie tsle
Tie UK to grant tb ri' t of preemption In
t i ,'.a li il tn lb !u.l,Jn V early Meeting of
t e 'y .f Fiin.Ji aw pawed.
Mr. 7 !. alUikrd tbs proereJinge of tl e
I I.. I . .1 t. r I. argnihg th.lt tbry sliouM b
sit s it as fr as C oi grs as wuipU'il to do
Mr. r.f-jtoila f und fsult with tb ieto of tb
i r - ' t ot to St l r TLsl bill s f lU bi t
1 r. , m eUtrui"lS f I la U S BP rUlSl f tl S
.: ; i. H U ine-I U ill ibni JisJgmsat
'is A min-io 1 S,Tlnt that of th
t . r 'ft.t.
i ',r, 1 iU st j.w4 of tl.s iotr. pij l lrbty f
i . pr... Unt to I'. ('Mtiiuti", ami gsv ao-
r I l I ' 1 '. ' b-Rgth. dfn l til t'
T . 1 - J antil to m ifruw,
i 1 u. ; - ;i - it .(i t.
,r i o! iiiiiii TUs till f rnl-
a c.farii'4 tflund io aid of
three raiiroad in the State
f Wisconsin wu
pveed rea SI, naytT".
Mr. Cobb, of Alnb-tnia, front tlie Committee on
Public Land, reportej a bi'I i;ra,utiti(; land to
Alabama to aid in the coiirtruction friimd
therein, and it era paaacd yea 74, nuv 01.
Mr. Bliss made an hour's speech on the new
question of slavery 1
Th lions adjourned..
, , Wakih.k.tosc, May 22 -Sixarc.
The Senate peered the joint resolu
tion allowing Dr. Kane and the officer of the
Arctic Expedition to accept token or aeknow-
a th Britirb Government maybe
placed to present. Tbelill j.aed by vote of
avee, S5, nay 4.
; Mr. Gejer oi) tbe reeeptioj) (r-n the Ilium of
tbe nnnooneement of tbe death of Mr. Miller of
Mifouri pronounced a eulogy on , the deceased.
And the Senate adjourned. .
IIolWK or . Ilti'itxaiNTiTiVE. In the Houne
Mr Lindley announced thedeath of Mr. Miller,
member of Cor.grcM from Mlmiouri, and upoke in
exalted form of Uii public ao'I private character.
Mr.' Humphrey Marshall pronounced glowing
eulogy on tbe deeoMcd. ;
. The oirual resolution of rcufcct paucdeacb
IIoue. . ;
The House adjourned.
; WasniHCTOs, May 23.
BEKSTtf A message waa received .ft
President of tbe United Htutes, returning tbe bill
making appropriations for th improvement of
St Mary' river, in Michigan,' with hi objec
tion. . ' i
Mr, Wilson, rising, said the tent of hi ol-
bngue (Mr. Sumner) wu Vacant to day. Yes
terday, after the touching tribute of respect to
the memory of deceased member of tba House
of Representatives,' th Sonot adjourned. His
oollonguo remained Id hit teat, engaged, with
pen io band, in s position which readored biin
utterly incapable of protecting himself, Mr. Pres
ton 8. Brooks, a mouther uf tbe House of Repre
sentatives, approached him unobserved and ab
ruptly addrauie'd him.
Looking up and beforo be had time to at!er?a
single, word iu reply, L be revived a stunning
blow upon tbe bead from o citne in th hands of
Mr. Brin k, which made him almost senseless.
Endeavoring, however, to protect himself, in ri
sing from bis chair hi desk was--overthrown;
and while in that powerless condition lis tu
beaten upon the heed and shoulders by repented
blow until h sunk upon the tbxir of tho Senate,
exhausted, unconscious ax d covered with hi own
Mood.- He wa raised from th floor by a few
friends, tuken into tbo ante-room and bis wounds
dressed, nod then carried to bis house and placed
upon bis bed. II wns thu utiabl to be with
Senators to day, to porfbrin tb duties which be
long tu him as a member of this body.
To assail a member of th Senate for words
spoken in debate, out of this Chamber wu a
grave' offence, not otjy against tb rights of a
mcmbor, but the constitutional privileges ot this
body,but for a man to coin Into the Chamber
and assault a member Io bis seat until he falls
exhausted upon this Boor, wa an offence requir
ing tb pninipt action of tb .Senate Mr. Wil
son said be should submit no motion, lie .eft
thai to older Senator, whose character and posi
tion in the Senate and before tb country emi
nently fit theia to tak th load in measure to
rodii the wrongs of t member of th Senate,
and vindicate 'tin honor and dignity of the
Mr. Seward submitted resolution that a er.ni
mittoe of fivefatcnibeni bo apioiiited by tbe
President pro tem, to inquire into the rheum
tTi person of tbe Hon. Charles Sumner. ii-em-
ber of tli Senate; In the Sonata chamber yestcr-
Tday, and that said eommitt b instructed to re.
port a statement of tb fact, together with tbeir
opinion thereon to tb Senate.
At th suggestion of Mr. Mason, t' resolution
was amended so that th eomaiitlee should be
elected by tbe Senata, and Messrs. Cass, Allen,
Doilgo, I'c Uo and Gey or were sloolod as said
Mr. Fruart gav notico that b sboulj at an
sarly day ask leats to submit an anicnjoisnt la
tli rulos of tb Senate, declaring It out of order
for any Senator in detail tn use htnguag roflant
Ing Bfon tbe conduct motive of any other
Senator direourteouiilf or ituppiperly rel'ccling
upon tb action of a Stat thr than thone
represented br the Sun,ttor spenking.
A large number of privito loll" wer passed.
Tb Scuat ailjoun.ed till Monday.
Iloi'st or tirsrriTTivas. Mr. Wsjhlom
of Mainr, from tb CnmmittM of Eleetlona, re
ported a resolution, that James C. Allen, of Ills,
n I os, was not (levied, and is therefor not entitled
to tb scat now held by him; and that W. B.
A roller wu (looted, and is, tbarvfot, tutillrd to
M r. Stephens has prcparxl a majority report
Tl further ei wiileralion of tb iitjct wa
post-ned antil tb ninth of June,
Mr. Cam) Ml, of Otiio, rue to a prirlb ged
qurstiou, od-ring Ui following:
Wberea. on tb 22d of May, lH'K lb linn.
Prvston 8. Bruoks snd lb "Hon. Lawmie M
Ksitl, member of this II. u fmra South Caro
lina, and ether aibers, either as pnrx-lpals or
ac-'ossorie, ierptratrd a violent auaolt apon
tli persoM uf th Una. Charles Suinner, a Sena
tor uf th t'uitsd Stat front th Stat of Mania
ebusrtts, wbil remaining la bis seal in tb Sen
ate eliauibet la the performance of duti apper
taining to tb said ofliee, then fur b it
Besotted, Tliai a commute of fit member
b appvinitd by tb Saker to liitetligat lb
saljsot an report tb facts, ilb b resolu
tion ia rtfereoe thrre'o u in llielr Ju lgment
msy be proper and areeuarf for lbs viudieatwe)
of th charai'trr of this Ilmse, and that (aid
eommitte hav poser to tend (r persuu aad
paper and employ a stork; also that they hav
Wan to fit diiriug th session of tbe lloue.
Mi?Cliugmaa (aid b wa eatl.'.od tb slale
ment wa a gross fal'ehabd, bat that b did aot
awsnj to Impul to Mr, Csai liII aa Intention to
'l b Snakr hating decidad that tb priii
ton was ia r !r, .
Mr. ('Iii.ftnnn appealrd frora tb d"eil'n; and
on Bktitixn uf Mr. Camplicll. lb appeal Vu laid
M the lU-veM i, asys 71.
taring tb pvr ors Mr. IVmks d a
peisrirsleii'analim.Mj'nig. oa tb b jro of a
(tttUinaaj, thai a-4 a bumaa being on Sank
, knew when or wl.sr th liaoSMUow Ulsadad
s wou'd eK-uf, ssivpl bimsU.
J Mr, ('inpU.ll and ol,rs rsmarkixl, la re
; srna I qusatlua, tb4 Mr, Cam; ball's pr
(p.'to a was the prixia-4 f M out Is tiag er
: r itrus . .
j lag more t.j.in t ini
Mr. Camp!e31 modified bis preamble by adding
aqo.ii:Ec3tioo; "whereas it i represented," and
striking out the name of Mr Keitt Tb latter
gentleman suUtqoeutly said b did sot know tba ""P"' bBJ peng them. The Black Be
tim nor the plac wber the transaction (th , P'lwans nl ke sbain Democracy, have united
usault) would tak place. lie wu
new the parties at tba time. ...
Th resolution wu agreed to jeu 63, nay
Tb Speaker appointed tl. following named
gentlemen are tlie Committee: Messr. Campbell
of Ohio, Allison, Cobb of Georgia, Greenwood
and Spinner, ,
After further proceedings
Tbe House adjourned till Monday.
N - ' 11 I i
Tbe War of th factious. -
- From present indications, it would seem that
tb portion of the Antr-American alliance whs
tyle themaelve "Th National TH.-miieracy," will
have a regular shindy at Cincinnati. Tb wire
workers ot Washington and elsewhere, in tbe
interest of tbe rival aspirants for-tho nomination
bar been bu'V, for. months past, drilling their
respective force, and there are many conflicting
roports afloat as to who atunds tb best chance
for the honor of boing beaten by tbo National
Americans in Novemlier. .
Tbe New York Herald (in the Piuchanan inter
est) publishes a "statement from authentic data,"
which gives fifteen of th Virginia delegate to
Buchanan, and thirteen to the opposition, tearing- j
eight delegate yet to be heard trom ; "the oppo
sition to Buchanan," continues tb Herald, "is
split up into tar or three factious," consisting of
th partisans of Pierce, Dougla and Hunter.
We quote further from Bennett' Washington
"Buchanan says that when be was abroad be
felt"- no particular interest in the renult of tbe
electioii(.,.JIeupiMed himself out of the ring.
Hut now l(iat he "has relumed and finds his
friends entering into the matter so warmly, he
docs feel au intuient in the matter. Ihiuglas says
that until lately he bad no Intention of running,
and, indeed, bus no personal aspiration that way
Cow. He bad been told ull along that the Ne
braska bill was so unpopular that no person so
closely identified with it as himself or Mr. Pierce
would have the slightest show. Now, however,
when the deiuoernuc party intend to take up this
Kltifrli! isnee and fight to win on it, Itouglas says
It think" it a banl case if the nun who introdu
ced the hill should not have a chance. So he is
"iB the pool."
Mr, Pierce think that after the sacrifice he
made, for the first two years of his roi(tn, for the
abolitionists at the Nerth, by giving nil tho offices
to the Van Uurenites, the tremendous somerset
he had to take afterwards to please th South,
and th awful pull on bis conscience caused by
writing those Kannaa messages, he deserve a
second term. So ht enters for the race.
It is now figured on several slates that the hard
ntid soft delegations from New York nri both to
b admitted or both rejected. The Southern del
egates say that they do not fully comprehend
New York politics, and do not tlierelore, wish to
act as empire in a local dispute. Their view is,
that whil th bards show a clean national re
cord, the lofts at the last election polled th most
votes who are anxious to remain in tbe party;
also, that whil tb soft exhibit free soil antece
dent", the bard ar sadly tinged with Know
If tb rumor alluded to at the close of this ex
tract be true, it of on urns settles tb question ; th
Southern Aril'-Ame ricam who time ever shown
themselves tolerant of the "frewoil wing oftht
Northern lii uiocracy," will not deliberate a mo
ment u to "which tf the two to oheo" anti-
slavery or Americanism ; they can fraternise
Villi Van Titircn, Cnubrelling and Iledfield as of
yore, mid agree to i,-m rc "for this election," the
liosiliity oftheM) worthies to tb extension of
slavery ; but they cannot abide even tb tuspi
ebui of a preference for native born citiicnsever
the (migrants, wbu, according to democratic
1 igle, eonle amongst u with intuitive quabfiea-
tions to till tb oGces of th country I
Th difEcultie in tbe wny of an amicable sot
tleuient of the question "who arath New York
democrats t" are further complicated by a ttiau.
ifuato publiiihed by bundnd of th leading softs
of New York, In which they adjure the resolutions
adopted at their last Stat Convention, and
that th siiuon pur, democracy uf tb Empire
Stat stand now, u tbey hav vr stood, in rm
and uncoDiprouiising opposition to slavery exten
sion. Add to this tbe troubles In Missouri, wber
tli Bsntop and Ati hison faction are arrayed in
deadly hostility to each other, both tending a full
delegation to th Convention, and w hav a fair
prajiact uf a "beautiful row" at tli very outset
uf lb proceeding uf tbi eecoluve m the
bk.d winl m of the "barmouiouB and buwogen-iis-.o
, dun icmcj ." lb.w it is all to end "tiu
aud ehanc" will detormin t hut w aliali b
surprised, if th deliberation of th Contention
do nut result, as tho of siiailar locofUu aasem
blage hav msuited, in a determination by all
hands to "agra to diaagrs" about alavwy, aad
uuit fur this leuua, ua som dugb-fa4 poli
tician w Iw aan b made available at tb North as
a fret toiler, and at th South as aa ardeul frieud
of lb "peculiar institution." A set of resolu
"(ail sf suud aS rrv slBl'rls( aetltlef."
will Vs adi ptrd as a Salitmal iHutfurm, and th
gam of fraud aud deo-ption aarvied a withtb
sain seal ss in "ui," but u w fondly bop, with
far dillursut rs'ulia. .Aut.oawl iiMrrinia.
Mr. r Ulnair l'rFctaa
Tli iiichiooad Whig, earaful ia its statements
of facts, make th fvlluaiug remark apva th
As to Mr. Fillmore' ! , w uasMtor thata
txesllenl aud (rowing touchier (teiy dav, M
Uosvsh will uttnu a pUrality it mA aA-aj .is
ly vote, In most ot it. Virtbst Suuta, aad, an
tler th io .H olur..rhle eirvwntatanvas. It will
b almost sur to divide lb tortirsl vol of lb
Nutb ilb tli Cincinnati r-tnMt. Virginia
and S 'h Carolina ar th lji Niulhera Slat
Hist w ar willing tu (- 1 to lieauixracy
and ttirv will at get them willwut a sever strtig.
.e. lb ballaatc lltaf ar not eartaia for Ful
unit put i u doulitfui SuuhM AIsIkui,
Vt bars Uiat Mr. Nuirt to hi pch bsf .rs
tb Suwaton t'uniMiiH.n, mad aa aattmat, and
rlaiuia I as certain fur l Imors, th teetotal twtea
if th fuibiwing trtaaes vt I
1. 1,,. I. 1.1,1,4, 4
Nsw Turk. Si
Ksw Jiissy, 7
which atak a tuts) uf l' 7-l a, or than I na
eiy I aa la.-ni., 1 akmg it alltrstbr w
.. k upon tb SMistsl u preily l.ir. 1 k
lifHds ol tilimor. ihsretore bare s rubt to fiwl j tars,-it. Arrl,hi.k.pe wkola taira snake "osar
ira4. 1 heir bns at tout s ton U4 fiwa la ' of a.dittoaU dttMwm, ta orttor to new-tojiu-r
Utaa tboas jf tb Iiemwraey. aa tbutg ( rare a a.i. Irrslaiaaa tor lbs tom4l of tb
isnd.at present V ear Mkini maea atol 1 1 HrrK U iwn Ms rd ta ilaa.il a Corda-
abs asaj 1st oausi4 at t incianam as regard
sns eaaoidats )! bl aa fomidsbis m asuib-
sr. tik prr startwnts, fil.m. san total
aV a. tl.ay east put f rtb aud that t , ,!,
it . It sad sli h is frisssts, searrywbsrs siturr
apea lbs wk M tb eaa.ta-a sartisMs
and mi, s4 lb reawli Will ant to aVrwUiful
1 ak furt-t-"tb skis at Lri) bl said brir:b
FeJltlcal fcjMdcraliaa f th Went Ua4
Our America! friends rrywhr must bewars
of th -ticket otUte allied powers, and keep their
.logettier to kill Jf th American party by a con-
tinua. rtetitio, of fabrication, and th. FHr
of pr.litical cndralim such as th eoaotry
never witnemwl before. When two partie so
boyttful of tbeir strength atbes allied powers,
nod it ceoessar to indulge ta monstrous lying
in order to okea tba American onus, it
1 evidence that hey know and fl that tbey n-
aounter forniida.le opponent in the person of
r illmor and lotelson.
Th foul gsmebeing played, is thi. Th Wab
ington Union anc other foreign organ raise th
ery that th American party has no existence
North, and th N.-w York Tribun and tlie whol
abolition pack tale op the cry and endorse it
To prodnce soma shadjw of a proof of such as
sertions, they piblisb the proceeding of State
contentions and tounty meetings refusing to rat
ify the nomination of Fillmore and Drnelson, and
represent them to be-oonvention and meeting
oftb American party, whereas tbey are meet
ings of black Kepuhlicont who withdrew from tbe
American party after our Philadelphia Conven
tion of 1855. ' '
Lt us call to- our reoollc -tion some of the
tricks of these allied powers latt year. After the
tlie American prty ado;i'e I their na i nal plat-r-aaa
in l'lulJlpl.i-, w:u l.ili uv, .
declaring that w could not poll ten- thousand
tote ic Maasachusetts on such a platform, and
the New York Seceder said w could not poll
seventy-five thousand vte in the Empire State.
The " Democratic" paper all over the country
eiied bold of those declarations and endorsed
them, and then worked quite as hard to give tbe
Black ipublicjin a victory in'these two State,
aedidOroely, WociTUCo. But, when th ejection
cam on, the conservative American of Masta
chusetts heat the Freexuil seceder oot of their
boote, and New York wu also carried by ojir
friends by a largo plurality. Well, u it was iu
those two Statos last year, to it will be at tbe
coming election, saving aud excepting a majority
tor our ticket largely uioreased.
The recent elections have shown that the Black
Republicans voted with "the Be mw racy "in order
to avoid exhibiting their weakuess when sqxmi-
tnl from the conservative nortion of the onnul.
tion tttjhe power that be. They make a great
noise and indulge in extravagant bouting, but
when their votes sholl be counted, it will be seen
that their strength is "all sound and signifying
nothing." Th soeds of abolitionism having been
extensively sown in all thenonslaveholding States
by th Van Burcn Democracy some year ago, it
i from that party that tb Black Republicans
will draw the most votes for tbeir candidates
This the foreign party leaders are well aware of,
and it is for this reason that they labor o indus
triously toproduc th hnprrssion, that the con.
test will b between them and th Black Repub
lican. They hope by this policy foTrTghton into
the support of the Cincinnati nominees, aa many
American voter u they ar certain to lus of
4heirown men by a Black Republican nomination.
lbe fulnehorxi and misrepresentation that
will appear every day in the I'emocrntioorgans,
with tb view of bui ding up Black Republic
ism, ought to Ik treated by our frindu tbey
dserv, and that is laughed" at. Scarcely one
hub in ton of tho Northern and 4"orthwestorn
people, outside of the great Frecsoil army, tint !
wu organised Jay tb Van Burens and kept in
tbanald tor aia gives himself anv concern
about th slavery qunnio i, and wou'hl jo-t as
willingly vol slavery into new Territories a to
vol it out. At any rate, they do not ear enough
about it to in.lnee them ti disturb tbe harmonious
relation between tho Korth and Stiuth by their
action upon h. Thi is proveu by th fact that
political abolitionism was always a liolpleiu ihine
nnUl " Democracy." Ihrou,,!, the ii.nueoce of the
Van Burens, contributed two or three hundred
thousand recruits to It It it from thi. source
that Black HenuMicenism will obtnin most of
Its supi-ort, and tberfore th "Dcuiootaue party"
will b lb greatest sufferer by this new orrfini
latHHi, whan tm-e loving allies shsU epart at
th Pffidentiat eleetioa.
Nn rTorts will U spared by 4btt allies to cry
dirwyj and In down tb American party in tb
coming canvass, and therefore our frismls sbmiM
tr viKorouasy tnte tb Jight by tongu and
n liallimori Cliiptr.
Aratbesw Thing Ncthlagt
Tb N. T. Express very forcibly say
"Atvhbl.hop lluithes, tb head and front of
th Hierarchy in thiseounlry. has declared the
grand aim and obtoct sf " th Church " is u
malt? Ilumr Ikt IhMrirl of CufHstota Ike trkuU
mtrlj;1 I that nothing f
Arcbbiahop 1 lathes is at this moment nraged
in raUiugan iiiiiuensefiinil.fi thearkoowlr-lgrd
purpose of atali!i-hing t Cullrie in l!om,for th
edueation of Jesuit f, ths I'niird States, th
I'ontitf deeming th ducation of bis priests tU
fetiiv. if obtained in a land of liberty. 1 that
This asms Archbishop Hughs, there i vry
reason to believe, hu actitsly enlisted f..r h
Presidential eleetion, in onler to break t)a -.;.
die chord of tb American I'artv" (Lb very (
pressioo b uakn us ol.l ths Irish Roman Cath
oho tot 1 to b fitwd with th Blark Krpuhli
ana tb Black Ilefubliran slpulntin( ft
special li(ilalion for Horn, if Uisy get luto pow
er, 1 that Nothing f
tlrr-tss Hrnwnsoa-- leading aathnrity. and
on of tb most (antous a ..tlcs of loKnshUm ia
Ameriia. declares that the is kis nUrriIrr
Iff Ike I VaurfiiHHMi t.f Ikt aiic.l S:l,t. Tin lu-
tn are Court is subordiuat to tb Vatican. Vst,
i Uiat noiliii gf
A Papal haneiQ wasreiit fn m Riot, not long
aft, elolbed wMb a f iraign authority, to a-ljudi-caltupnn
a oscular qoti , arTtsaing lerritorial
JridK-tion tn, in tin Stat. I that noth
A B ntith I'.i.l, .p ia an a-tjoiaing diucax, 4.
rbtrea that "4'atbolM-(lector la this snaatry.wb
do not as tbsir u frige in Ulialf of th wnay
rsts K-lnmls, are guilty of mortal sia," I iiiat
A kuaiieh BUbnn, In sur plater BepublisVf
Mexico, bail a few day acou it wrrr.waa baad
i rrl sllian scamat tlx Kspal.hcm ttovem
mesit f l'raiilnt t'oaafor), pttilinf arms Into
lb hands of has flosk, and hi hrothsv rlsrry,
. to (fhl acaiast, la onlar to svet throw toa
gnvwmntml. Is thai Sotbini f
Rwblr thews are thin z that areaianl
fvsted. not siitiply on tb itistm-Mt p( laa,
twenty so-a hundred year r but to dsy
nmr. Tbey are lb daods and d-UrtitaT that
tssasat. and an of ta awt. Tbs f a.i st.tt
h Msrlf. tus tosdly staoial Rowta, and it war
far agamat etil and re I gtoa litony. In vsry
naitoa m who-b has bad aalhon'tv, to (sera
ased a re-saKiresKeat tf its dmiiai rua
aa tntelligaaipvpla, bkaeatra, was ar rsadsr
of hiaturs. u all as of awiaor.
I'obt trad dwtafrtie, wltuas f lirv It U to
snak "ttoa rVtsaiis f st'4snh AreblaaV-ajta, ia
antor to fat tbs VMes ol wbu Ibt ars tba too-
' sal t llalw it.s. h4 Uar ks (maisa
tis ans-tl.a gaaaaaiars ars da, rets aad lb
skps ki U playsd M srs eastajal worth a
1 rea !.i.aj eas.ps.ga-tot .1 11.. , 1. tare are ot
fcaok'ur-l Is ll and. al all l .iwta fW b
uatiroi 10 r ill eWw u tb (lct t,f ail fals
pn , bat. "
' rot tag ta. . .
Dear Sir Tboogh I hav no personal aequain
anca, with you Itrast you will permit bm to say
throuliryixir columns that thestansmentmadea a
lata namtiar of tli North Carolina Standard, that
Mr. Gilmer eamanat at Murphyfia Cherokee coun
ty, for abirge Bank to bejb:tiJou Kail Ibjad stock
nor will b eisewbere advocate any audi scheme.
It must b apparent that -ths Editor o th
Staailard hav no dasireto do M r. Gilmer justice
or to lay tbe truth touching thi important matter
before th public. Their desires are 'all bounded
snd expressed in ens word ; and that is selfish
ness ieoure tb Locofooo' party in August next
by any means, or at any sooririo of honor, truth
for justice, and they wiu b satisfied aye re
joice lustily provided .ths party give uiein the
publie printing at th exorbitant price liich
they hav been receiving long enough to nuke
handsoms fortunes. What care they for the de
velspuieut of tb resouroe of the State or the
prosperity of th people f IKrect taxes may rise
upon ths people the hard-fisted yeomaury of the.
state like Unit ot mercury in tlie theromoneter in
doj; days hut what care such Democrats u the
Editor of the North Carolina Strndnrd for all
these things? They no doubt entertain the opin
ion expressed some ti mo since, by their friend-and
favorite Gor. Wi;, that the people do not pay
half taxes enough that tbe true interest of the
State require that the direct taxes of the State
should be increased until tbey are made to groan
beneath thoir oppressive, weight, Th greater the
revenue raised in this way, the greater will be
thoir proportions of th spoils of (be public plun
der. Hence we find these devoted friends of the
oauxe of 1 lemocraey and defenders of the patriotic
au'd chivilmus knights of tho Locofoco order,
bringing all the miirhtv power they wield over
ins iima ana nie of their p.trty, to bear, against
everyone. I care not .who be may b, who may
be honestly laboring 4o devise the way aud
mean to relieve the people of some of the bur
den that have been verv iniuiliciouslv laid odor
them in thi State by the recklen legislation of
!, I..i . : an :. : " ; .t
i, snmiuu. nmr auy it is ungenerous ill ine
Americans to noio .mem accountable tor the
abominable tax bill paused by the lost General
Aasem bly. And yot when Mr G iUner, in obedience
ttthowishesofavast majority of the freemen of
.orip v.aronna venturea to suggest t He on lv feasi
ble scheme that can be devised, to render the
abomiuuble tax bill by the last Legislature on-
.npeoasary. tlie Editors forthwith coniuienoe.ko.ow
ii)j!'.rjtid williully, tydistort and misrepresent
nis proposition in the most reckless and snaine
ful manner possible. Nor i thi all, quite a num
ber of Democrats who are now canvassing for
seats in tbe next Legislature, have com out. and
are now canvassing their counties in favor of
chartering the same Bank, that Mr. Gilmer i in
tavor of. Nevertheless the Kditor of the organ
are now rnisine the partv ohout to drive these
men back into the ranks or crush them out u he
did Mr. tenable, because he voted from North
Carolina a small portion of the nublic lands to
keep down., the direct taxes upon the citixeu of
It is well enough to give twentv million and
more to th State of Illinois to build railroad, of
th publio lands to anilow eollege and free
schools and all the other new States in like pro
portion. Yot it will never do fur the freemon of
this State to b relieved of thoir burdens by tb
General Government in this unconstitutional
mnnner- It is only tolerated in the new Status,
among tho refractory freesoilcrs, because expe
rience ho demonstrated that it is absolutely ne
cessary to enable the Democratic party to carry
their State. Here in North Carolina where w
can hatoh oot hnmbucrs aa fast as thev mav he
required to gnll the true and tried friend of
liemocracv. such donations when they are tender
ed to, or demanded for North Carolina ars in
dignantly to be resented by the Locofoco of this
Beveled of the world u " clumoniuary giJU from
mtjearrai uvrerHmrni." lint when this federal
'.oturnnii-.it drags from Old Uip MOU.GW and
more of duly, from th public treuury of th
State, by their advalorem tariff on the iron news
sary to construct our roads, all tlihr is perfectly
right inasmuch u ithosuieeflect of increasing
tho direct taxes of the Stats prove our people
to bo bih minded and chiviirou Stat right
dunces. .But above all this partial jjrstem should
! conti-iuiicd because it bos never failed hereto
fore to givethe party the victory and its leaders
the spoils, and aa we, ths servants of the people
gtour fat and slunk upon our litteral lelarics
we nrc thorehy euahled all tbe better to draw a
fuithlul contrast between th condition of lb
laboring class and th on a Kind Providence hu
permitted u !ooccupy for juio tjioe past, through
tbs plentitu.de of bis mercy. No class of society
is so well qualified to trli the difference betww-n
the ins and out u we, and duly appreciating
tbe difference o w do. tb public will, w trust,
especially tbe Democratic partv of it. excuse os
for using every possible exertion and resorting to
any lucaii wittiin our power to retain our
preaent position and income, beside, a hu been
well remarked by a prominent msnilisr of our
party, tb Democratic party, though tbey profaa
to Ii progressist ar emphatically a partv that
hu been greatly troubled in it lime with emo
tions it make no propositions alway assume
th nsgntivs and fight for thing as ihey ar
forced by publie oppression to yield and then u
in tb eompromiss u 1M0, it submits with tb
bast grace it can but only for th tim being
with the merit, I reservation if by any mean it
Can hereafter restore tbe old order of thi
will do it or die.
Th Ilsmosrary oppissd ths N. C. Rail Road
and when it wu chartered tried their bst sr
reiiesl it Tbey npp.cd th distribution of ths
Public Ijind r their proceeds among tb people
of tli diSerent States, and when tkirigreu, tim
after time, passed bills fur this purp m lb great
leaders of our party bars iovanablv sieppsd fir-
ward and mainUined Uieseurail ireoera. bi.l-J f I be
kind and the asm may h aald of appropria
tion f"r works of Internal luiprotemeuu ly the
general Government Therefore to be sotiaiatsnt
sad carry out tbs principles of lbs lists or ratie
party w must miareprsasnt and oppos Mr.
tuluisr's scheme for a Bauk in every way that it
is witbia our power. Ws will fiirhl sll prepaai
tions, that b may mak Is ralicte ths psnpto
from heavy tasre and inirrote tlie t.iTa without
inrurrlng tb LardVn to a grsatsreiteni vt if
any nt th American party dares to try to bold
th Itcnxcratie party rsi. n.U.I (r prsaent
annopular tax toil wa will duooane tout
Ldmsritu in very axiaiW of tlx tyandat.J thai
w wau won lus t y b by w gav the
print tb other day to th 'seders sad stump ora
tor ia a abort article ws pub tsbed and in thai
P".raraph i snucbw) all lb great prim ipla of
to a vicionou irenaueraue par.y or tns si wintry
And thai is " nmpats a,WSiy bmt t)pum ssasy.
fSisj' tiiimsr hu dosw, and is now, ws under
stand, proposing to do a great deal th. Bragg
hu d". u ithmf and prupoaM to do tb aatus
hs is tbsrsfors a most stssllssil rsprcasntatit of
North Carotins lieiaueraay. II Lt Lisd- notbing
and noa-suotaiittal eoure will l Iu f 11 w ur
advk-s. and keep Mr. I,!mr im tbs diftnaivr,
and all the subalterns sr-d amlsni slumps of
ths lisaioenu aad ami Know Nothing party
will be careful to imitate lit (tempi set tbess
hv his Ktxsllesjry Go. Tliaiaa Uraga, junior.
Tby will tnd it to their a-lranU; to atirod
aha h spraks and tat sola sn as In snalds
lhm to ksvp tola sad Ustr dirty, ragged, hsars.
Isaa. lossy epponrttl oa tb de fa hairs.
High Mxh and ieitMwray ar old and agres.
abl SMntiMitoa in A la I an., Mtsaiasippi, Ar
kansas. I'saiaaylvaaia attd irjrmut thay are old
sad ba SMBMBMitt-and where lh M biggwr
sa bass bad ih sarsedant; tb-ra thay srs ad
dsd and will triumph furerer. It be tb r-oa-ry
gvuasiad bsnreib tb distrea that mfeaia-itb
bind ia l"tl-lbn Iir,.rcy rl.isv.d na
iSal vtotsry is nwtli Caroliaa. Oar party baa
always nuvestled tt bast p'pl are nf praaasd
uae,rsntiy wdiappr. id any pr;.,l..,a
that may bs aad by Mr. Iiilnwv or any sa U
to rrlisva lb r"fbj rVeaw pavir ( tots.
AS OLDllSkt HUT TO PI LoKUIg uCLttB,
TVs lltotsatssst Csaav
Waahiagtosi May 31.-A surniptanlia was
Seal to ths lluaa to SVae ts tslaltos la tka aalUs.
rr,r,Wrw tt uvrr:'Cw
1 tsra Ml. Bekhastaa and Lord PaJsMf
aViat. Tb tore cuss lb lallar af rsaaissag
, Utwrtoat brtUrs Us Ihilr serrsapoHd
j , ,. . - .. .
hud Woes PaiiiasMSjt, thus ginsg a View sf tbs
sbe- ffaswabl to tb Lsgltsh .dsea'v
For th Korth Carolina Star.
Caaas CsavsatJss, c
Raleigh, May 20, 1856.
The Executive Committee of the North Caroli
na Stat Agricultural Society met Prsssnt :
The. Ruffin, Wat. R, Pool, Charles L. H in ton.
R. A. Hamilton, William II. Jose, and tb Sec
Ths object of tb masting being; ss stated by
Chairman, to hav th Society represented in th
Convention to b bold at Washington City.oa th
10th day of Jun next, for th purpose of taking
soma dsoisit atop, oa th part of tbo interest
ed tor th reductionjf tb prio of Guano: .
Tb following parsons war appointed Dele-
gats to said ConventiM on tb part of this Soci
ety, vixr -I
Henry K. Burrwvn, Northampton.
Hon. Weldoq N. Ldwards.Dr. lisnry L. Plum
James M. Bollock. C. II. K. Tavlor. A. W.
Venable, Tho. Miller, William A. aton, S. S.
lhouias McGehee, John W.Cunningham, Per
James K. Williamson. linn. Bedford Brawn.
Calvin Grave, George Williamson, Sen'r., Cas
well. William- A. Graham. Paul C. Cameron.Elisha
Mitchell, William J. Bingham, Orange.
Hon. Thomu Ruffin.. ttdwin M. Holt Sen'r..
f Gen. Ucnjauiin Trollinger, John Stafford, Ahv
Dr. W. R. Holt; Davidson.
Gen. J. B. Littleiohn; Col. J. A. Whitaker, E.
. Crudun. Franklin. M
Richard II. Smith. ITiomu P. Devereui. Nich
olas L. bong, V illiam-Uill, lion: John Branch,
John S. Daneev.. Robert R Rrido. Il.nr.
Murdeeai. William NorrlesL William O. Raltla
Turner W. Battle, Kdeeoomb.
tnarlesL.Uinton, R. A. Hamilton, ThomJ.
Lmay, Wilson W. Whitaker, L. 0B. Branch,
Needham price, A. Mial, Wake.
R. C. Puryear, Nich. W. Williams, Surry. .
Peter W. Ilairstoo, Davie.
John M. Morehead. James Sloan. Robert J.
Lindaey, Ralph Gorrell. Guilford.
Josiah (.llin. Charles Pottiirrew. II. O. Snru-
ill, J. G. Noroom. Waihincton.
Lewis Thompson. John Devereux. Cullen
Uapehurt, Hortie. . '
William K. Lane, Col. John Everitt, Geo. W.
Warren Winslovr. Cumberland.
William D. Bethel, Thomu S. Galloway; Dr.
Edward F. Brondnax.Hon. Thomas Settla Knelt.
Charles F. Fisher. E. D. Austin: J. F.Foard.
Hon. A. Rencher. Dr. Fred. Hill. La
J, W. B. nation, Johnston.
L. W. Humphrey, Onslow.
Thomu S. McDowell, Bladen.
Hon. Kenueth Rayuer, Hertford.
Oi motion, ordered. That tba Sneratarv ad.
dress a letter wiiich he bt authorised to have
printed) to aoh Delegate, notifvin him of hi
On motion, it wa glor
lletoletd. That Ielemte be appointed to ren-
retent tbe Stat Societv in th Convention of ths
American Pomologicaf Society, to b held in the
tity of Rochester, New York, on Wdneday,tb
4M day of September next
ine toiiowing persona wretbn appointed to
attend said Convention, vist Messrs. George W.
Johnson, of Milton; Joshua Lindley, Guilford ;
Thomu Lindley, Chatham; and S. W. West-
JOHN C, PARTIDGE, Secretary.
roa tug sr a a.
Smithfield. N. C. V
Msy, 23rd 1S56J
To Jhe Editor of tbe N. C. Star.
Dtv sigj, Allow ma, through the column
of your good paper, to offer my nam to my fellow
ciuva of Johnston oounty, u eandidato for
Sheriff of said oounty for tb ensuing Urm. And
as many hav been curious to know what party
I am tb eandidute of, in answer to tbem, I am
happy to say. I am not th candidate of any party.
I am th candidate of th people. And ur far
u th duty of Sheriff, I am happy that I am able
to throw uids party feelings, aad tak as my
guide the law of aiy Stat, and not tba dictate
vf a party Yt allow me tossy that a an Iiids
pemlant man.and an American, I am.at all times,
and all place, ready to endorse th parting word
of my Father, Washington, and tli advicanfa
Jackson, Jefferson, Madison. Clavand a Web
ster, and thousand of other great and good.
niaioaoiru in warning American ol tn great
danger of foreign influence, and aa such, also
ready to endorss th great American Platform
with the nam of Fillmore and Donolsos, a tl:
national standard bearers of th same, and can
sav with inch great and good men M Millard
Fillmore and, Andrew Jackson Donalsoa al th
helm our good and great American will be safe,
and our glorious I n ion b held together despite
all opposition of .Foreign Catholia iufiusno.
So far si food.
On word to bt friend and opponent Mr. J.
A. Vinson, Sirt alt ho' yon hav th honor of be
ing th nomine of th lm..craU: Convention
held io Smithndd on- tbs 10th of tbs present
month, and bat an humble or) ban b- y an your
opiouent, -y u must iLyoa axpsot to succeed do
u aa old lady said to ber ben that ah had sat on
24 Shanghai eggs, whso slit saw bsr ben did
not eovsr half, h said "hea if yon aver exnect
todoany thing for yourself, spread yourself," if
my iriena stpscta w aa so Uing tor kimxll
n must spread birasetr, tor I xpct to bs aft or
him with a hmg puis freca th vary fast thai a
good friend of mm informed m that oa half
ws going for Bill snd ths othsr half fur A vera
dowa hi way, so at friend must wau h bisoorks,
or lb nomine will not bs Sheriff much tonisr.
Yry Rsapsctfully, Your.
Wat, n. A VERA.
Rcgitt sr wilt do a a favor to py.
. Tbs MlllbsaUr Psdr.
Tb New Turk Flpresa, remark in g apnn tit
notf nitioa of Padre Virgil, a Minister uf lbs
Nieartguan Govern sueat say 1
" It something entirely aw, this Intrnduetioa
of a Priest of li s Ib mss Catholi C harca. into
thsdiptomsti eirrtos of W s.bmgtoa. Tb thing
hu ba triad before esrtaia dsmagngasa high
ia th ondaac sf th ISMBoerati partv w
rrmm!r but it failed -u It dsawrvsd to' fail
is k'miTliati ia ai.d disgrae W bsa tb papal
Naaem, IWdui, wu ia Weahiagtos, it will rO
reeollseteJ, asch high Prlsau and apostles of Is,
averary u lbs Senator (-om Michigan, did thsir
beat ts giv bias plan aad want ss far, rn, as
to in ti mats IhsaTpsdisTiry of srennlasnsntlng tb
Roman , by ailowmg it to hav a Nuneu
rsaidawt ia lh tailed Htsta. Bat lb psopl in
tixs dav war slightly ahesd af pubuetsss. If
Ibsra ware dasagi.g at Waahingtnai, bswtog
lbs tore to Baal 41. ppl at toast bad alsatsr
and kol.ler ensHMpiiiiBs sf right ai.d wrong. ta
Ibal aeeaaioa tbay rsvollsd araiast tb distia
gsialted horror paid lb iatrigtiiaf ssataaary
sf Ui ProMgasMta, and his hsvsrenesdnssvsrssl
u aa u bs eaasrgsd fivss tb sns toil
atoapbar of V aabingtos Ibal lbs sown try h.
ysad was to hot la bald bias."
IstasrteM trssa Havsss Tbs Spsjtkdl Caret a
sssat Prrssrssig as sltark ttsa. tv altar, dk.
Nw fn. May SI Tbs Masmsr Qakr
Cllj hu eVrive-t at tbi port with data frost Ha
vana t tli ltb.
1 bare were rsat la iraitlto al Havana
that tb Itraaaiah tluitaaseiil are to ll sail tsa
assdiataif al that rorl aa tip hi"- to pna-a.l
tolMtaKtea tstmis agst Walks rs Nb
esresrsa. ssd tbst s dtattsgabbsd IpiU tfteat
hu Us already stosnsssbsd to lh e.aste of fata re
sstma. 7 hare sre fartbs raa-a to lb
tost srst'rw la to b hossbardad bt lb r-paai.b
f-Mas to ss-sa ts stttosss w kTSMl ofsaisaa
(laisM dw to tbs h paste lisaantasssit by If asi
ss. Tkt BxuvssMwt, M to astd. to to pre.sat tos
madiaialv, ssd lbs seemed sattvity pesvs.ltsg
s-t ths rtr-sstefc aasa-W war St llarasa ss
gsiit.g resdv tor aa wswid sa to gtv
ersdase to tbs rwasvrs
rphl Sobaeriber aesfrea to giv at M tkai v.
LI hu for sale tas toUewiag new aad ZxZ?
nva Colored Prints, w.iea are rails .rZr
superior i any that ha karetotbr Wen -
LIFE ON THE WESTERN FRO.-?flE
w st.::H v i K s
THE PCRSClT -SU2Si30.
Repreanting a kimiieh a ths Phi. a a
5dJ?,PP?r U fttU f"""11 cf sa Ud'iaa CW
decked In a is war paiat aad plums, mvss.
warrior stems urging kis korss to Us statsst TaaTj
aad attempting tododgsths unpeadiag bwllst fw
tbs levelled pistel of his for. Ia ths dwUae.
real sf tbebond ar retreating before th rifles
TIIK LASlfWAR yUOOP -Six 23 1 M.
Th ascrring bullet hu breacht th art. 1-
rlor to th ground, from which h nartlv raiaaa
"himself to giv th but death ysll ofdVaaaea tolls
enemy, who seated sa his saddle with tbe diseasr.
sd pistol still ia his head, seams t regard baa
with a look of mingled pity and hat. Th iarv
mustang steed of j tbe Indian wildly endaavarrui
break the lane with whisk tk Trsppav held his?
The position of the beautiful blood bay bores efts
bitter, bt partlettlorly fin, ss he regard th fallaa
savog with starting y, tare laid-back, and for
toet braced, as if shuddering at the unearthly soanl
7Vv Spirited Illustration! of Amtritcm LaU mi
Forttl Hernery, in H infer. 4
DEER SIIOOT1NO "on th Shattnge" Sis 2
Two hunter In the foreground are croaehia
hi rifi at a noble buck which with twdossj
to hav come down to th opposite side of s anal
stream to drink. The fresh snow oa th ground
aud fallen trees, broken only by the hunter fool
marks, is finely represented, aad th whole (sea
en that will delight tbe eye f evsre tovr of
hunting snd wood craft- '
TROCT FISHING, (through tb ic,) on Chats.
augsy Lake. Site 23 x 30.
On th fraxen surfsc of the tak la th front of
th picture, stands aa snthuslastio disciple of In,, ,
Walto i, who, through a hole eut in the lee, if
pulling up a fin Trout to b added to th group f
beauti'i of the ssdis ort," whieh are lying
th Hemlock bough besids him. In the' back
ground is teen the snow capped hills, aad mid Way
the wintry blast whirls th light now in a ebrad -before
it. Thi U an extremely pleasing and nat
ural picture, in all it detail, and- gives a vivid
ides of our vigorous northern winter.
TnE CARES OF A FAMILY. Site 23 x 2
from the Original Painting by A. F. TAIT, lattly :
. exhibited of the Button Atlianeum, and at (As
. Kaiional Academy of daign, al Xttc York.
A very elegant sod interesting picture of a group
of Qnail and young, (III site.) The anel bird
mounted en moss grown log, with bead errr,
and eye intent en tlie watch, lest danp-er -fault
menses hi charge, and the mother bending itoas
with open mouth, apparently calling her ehildrea
to fesst on a tiny fly resting on the grass before btr.
Twoof the tittle Hedging are running' with sger
hut to secure the tempting morsel. Th solici
tude oX tbe percnt birds, and th timid reUsae of
tbe young brood are represented in thi beautiful
group in a meaner whieh slicita at aura !L mAim.
atioa and sympathy of th beholder, and weald
successfully appeal to th -ferburaae oftb
H. D. TURNER.
N. C. Bookstore. -
naieign stay, i860. 20 tt.
Spring. Etofk t! Booti tad Shott.
fpiIE SL'DSCRIBEB beg leav to inform kU
X numerous friends aad sustomars, that h hu
just received a lrg and wall uleeted stock oftb
below earned good 1 -
Udles Car. Kid Cong'. lid. 0 sit re.
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8. C. M '
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Mor " " .
Lad is Whit Kid Goiters.
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" " Kid Slippers,
Misses Car. Kid Roeett.
Bl k Mor. Bd. Bootses,
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n - Bl'k Tf.1-vr- aattert,
" Kid Mor. and Ot. Bootee Th'k 8olss.
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- " " Mor. Bootss.
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" Cuh II d. BattesfOalter.
" 1'at. Lea. Blrap tlbess sad Paaips.
With a larg sssovtsasat of Heal s Gallere, Bests
snd Shoes, Also, Trunks. Vslelcss, Carpet Bags,
Halcksls snd Uoanet eases, with very at ber ar
ticle asaally kept in a regular Bkss Bum.
All is wsat would do wslt to sail aad exeadss
befcre hnying, ss I will sail cheap for sash sa
sis months lima, to punctual dealsre.
Hair TH OL1UM KllltK eealinus to atsse
future in Eituaaal styi, all bind of work ia ki
lia ia the most fashionable aad darakl msaasr
aad at th shortssl aotic, aad u aheap w ts
tlste will ad.itd. . ,
LOOK FOB TUB BIOS OF THR ft HI BOOT.
BENBV rOUTH. .
Raleigh, May Vtb, 1R54. I Ot
"J)IRCVUS GUAR 0 at lowest sask market
t'tlLl' VB1AH 0rA"O,asataiahf Isrg srsr.
tloas sf rasspkat f Urn sad frst Fasssasrsi
Acid, hi hag of Iflnilho saab.
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Allan eelebretsd UKAI'INU snd ktOvTIKO MA'
CM I K thst aanaot alog.
Evsry daaertpliita afl UlWgssd Aunitikiu
RALaad UliUTIt I Ll I H Ab latpleseasle.
A fall sa.rtixasl sf (bs sbatsss F1SL0 sad
It L. ALL It. M a 191 Wat it H. T.
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ukutkii iiif-fittiii ii liti ikiTtir-
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all di.eiid ' ad batf. Ha kafS by kat aSlU SaS
stoae alail- ta bta tailaia 4 aadf to eeeel. ks
saaan s Hsaosl abas at eke asanas- a( ts pau1- '
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