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NOR Til CAROLINA STAR-WEDNESDAY MORNING , MAY 28, 185C.
Wednesday Hornine;, May 88, 1856,
VATIOIAX akbucai ticxit.
ro rm hid i xt,
MILLARD FILLMORE, .
.j., or in vote ...
ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON,
f. OF T1.VM9CU? ' - ... - f . t
rui oovm.no, , .
JOHN A. GILMEB ,
I,' or ccit.rcgh. -j-.r
, We learn that tb candidate of th American
part; U making e fin impression wherever be
peaks, that largo crowd attend to hear the die
evasion, and that Mr. Gilmer more than sustain
fail reputation for ability in debateand that hie
defence of the principle! of the party it well re
ceived and is bating a fin effect. Wo under,
ataad that there TO estimated to hare been fifteen
kindred peraon present to bear the candidate
when they spoke at Ajihcville and that theorowd
waa muat enthusiastic all th tiineTdr. Gilmer
waa speaking. Th people are becoming mot
thoroughly aroused, and we" feel oonfident that
they will oome up in auch numbers to tb tupporff
of th American ticket as to girt it a triumphant
majority in Aiijruspnext.
, Characteristic llllberaltty.
Wake-Gounty Court, wTiicii was in scssiu last
'week, committed an act of characteristic illiberel
ity that ought to be known and condemned by
every well meaning eitiicn of the county. A pe
tition,aigned, by anumberof highly respected cit
Uena.was presented to that worshipful body.pray
ingtheestablishment of anew, elootion precinot
at Franklin's. which for no other reasons that pure
ly political ones, was rejected. Th people are
to be refused their prayer and subjected to great
inconveniences far want of suitable places for vo
tinz, and that too because forsooth it might put
it out of the power of a ' few leading looofo
eo to control and manage th elections as they
choose. This is Democratic; they profess to be
great friends of the peopl and yet throw all the
obstaclos they can la the way of fair expres
ion of their opinion at th ballot box. v
W leara from tb Lexingtoa and Yadkin Flag
that oa Tamday last, a discussion took'plaoe be
tween Ota. J. M. Leach, tb Elector for th 6th
Congrasioaal district, and Mr. Dick, tb United
State District Attorney. Mr. Lsach discussed
th principle of th American party to the entire
tatisfactioa of a larms erowd of th citisen of
Davidson county. II proved aatiifactorily to
all present that th American party wis th trus
party of tb country. That it principles war
founded un the constitution and that upon them
defended tb preservation of this I'nion and the
prosperity of its institution. lis faithfully
warned bis follow oitiiens of tb foreign infiuene
which had become such a dangerous element in
our government. , ,
Mr. Dick most bitterly denounoed th Ameri
can party as a secret, oath bound party eulogised
th foreigner- and Booms Catholic said that
very church wherever it had the power bad
persecuted and would continue to do so ; but the
Roman Catholic Church, bad, at on time power
in this country, and that she did not persecute
but tb Presbyterian and the other churches had
not followed tb good eiample set them by this
much abused church. Mr. Dick further said that
Mr. Fierce bad never knowingly put a freetoiler
in office and that when be had been so jdnpotcd
o and had discovered the imposition be forthwith
txptllt'l tb freesoiler from otSc, Wiich he
so ignorantly put in office. Now cannypj)l
who ever retd the correspondence between Bron-
son and Guthrie believe this assertion. We cer
tainly doubt U.
Die Loeefbee Nominees,
Tb unterrified of this eounty held thsir con
vention la.it week, and after much caucusing
and wire working, made out their ticket for this
eounty, as follows : For th Senate, G. II. Wilder
for th Commons, A. M. Lewis, N. G. Rand and
M.A.Bledsoe; and for Sheriff, W. IX Iligh 1 1
Then were soma rich seines 'that transpired at
this meeting of tb "fisrmooious," but so great
war th "upsi and confusion," and so turbulent
was th assemblage that it would defy the most
skillful reporter to jot them all down'. Speeches
for bunaembe, moves and counter moves, eaucu-
sing behind red curtain and all th parapernalia
of political maua-uvcring upon a small seal were
the order of th day.
This is tli first time, we believe. In tb history
of this county, that a party nomination has ever
been made for th office of Sheriff, and as they
pinned a resolution binding ail the party to sup
port said nominee, it is to inferred that they ar
resolved tu rule every on up to bis support by
th iron rod of party, notwithstanding many de
clared that, tliey would nsvsr vot for any .
who had joined the Know Kuthingst m
Th American party will bring out- good area
and true in opposition to this whole tieket.in good
time, and w trust that by proper efforts, th
American caua will niak a good sliowing
th first Thursday In August.
What hu be stone I ,
Th most inveterate looofooo can say nothing
against Mr. Gilmer a a literal minded man, and
as a warm advocate and supporter of all meas
ures for th improvement of all parts of tlie State
Ilia reoord is too well known for them to. make
such a charge. But can they say th same for
Gov. Bragg? What has he ever done to olaim
th support of th people of the State for th high
ornc ot uovornorr lias ne ever voted tor any
great work of internal Improvement, by which
.tb resources of th Stat might be developed
and her hidden riches brought to light T Ha
he ever advocated any measure to which he or
is friends could pciut as Intended to benefit onr
people, or push forward the car of improvement?
lias he not rntber, in days . gone by, thrown th
weight of his inilueno against works already in
progress and struggling for txisteictf If so.
ow can he look fur th support of th people of
th State? What claim baa he anon their suf-
age? None whatever. . .
Palarbeee and Injustice.
The charge,' which t.leaders end pi
th Foreign Tarty, are circulating, that Mr. Gil
hmt was opposed to giving aid to onr regiment
of Volunteers, who went to th Mexican War, is
a fsw cubit teller the any fs'srhood which they
kav yt put ia (ireulatioa.and this is conceding
good deal, tor tU aamber and sits of their
falsehood, pat afloat to defeat Mr. Gilmer, beg
gar all count and mmsureeneat.
Ne saemher of Ibe Senate was more sealoue
end sarnr) ia praing through thrfegitlature
th Bill to appropriate f 10,00) to aid th North
Carolina Volunteer tbaa Mr.'iilorar.
Us mad a strong and patriotic speech ia fa
vor ef tlx Bill, which ws shall shortly re-publish.
In dditiua to this, ao asaa la tb State sontrib.
a lad mors liberally of his means, towards raising
Volaatswrs for th Mexican War tbaa did Mr
Oiuaer. Tb whole public in that section of lb
8ths, where b resides, lree this. II eiertod
hiss ss If to th almost to prorar Volunteer tor
Capt. Henry' Company. Whea those whom
Capt. II. bad induced to enlist were disheartened
aad about to return home, Mr. Gilmer msds an
loquent and patriot ptcb to them aad tbey
respoasVd to his (ppals by resolving I AeM e
aad kuU out, antil th Company should be forss
ed. Mr. Gilmer prevailed sat aamber of gallant
yeang ess U join, aad eontriUitod oat of his
ewa avsaee what lhy aeedsd for thsir ee,! patent.
By hi riberality aad osertiotM, several beedrW
dulUr was raised la tlx CoantT ef Oullford, for
Ibe aid of Ihie Cuenpaay. Whea they werili
Oreeasaosw' he toek many ef theta to hie ewa
heae aad treated thee with all that kiodi
aad hospitality for which be I dt.ring-ai.aed,
aad k ennuibated frusa hi ewa pockat to any
tkemlUef those waalurfgad l Ih lloUl. II
ea a mwaaegsr, at his ewa ripen, fra
OreeasbssV to Rakifh, to preeore eoaamisaiua
Ires 0f. Grab tm, for Caps. lUqrj aad hi atV
. tim asea. Whig er Ilssansrat, did asare than
M A. O.W to ebaer aad aid. pablkly aad
pfivslsly. Ibsss) gallaat sa. The peopl kaow
Ibis. The Vlstoe tlwasiv know It, as
they wevegvalafal for ki kiednea aad Mtealiea,
aad the sarvivnrs ef thai hrav hsad, ar gratefal
tiU.a4 will Mpvxrt Mr.Gilaserl
Waal did rMwi!tiff d for tb Meticaa
Ttwlef I llow aserh awasy did is aualrib
tsto fro his ewa wt! IUw many gallant
apartes d4 As asnssai tgt MiT Wker
, I tb leanrd ef Ut eotes ia ad ef the Vlaalsr
forMnteef IWg th fnak I fhi attssapt
t It Mr. Gilmer eat bi (air nuMbstl rsa
JrewT we heede I Keep h Irs get.il.
Vat aaewer eWg-ief
aV dW 4 fss A Jlrtt disss In at a. Us aW
ts rw.as.ai s to jtVesf 11 we aot th maa
Tr aa asaa to h'srih far Baa sU ha
ti beast taaa Jsha A. Oilme-d at
f n,Ai fln, sps '
Visit ef the Osk City Guard to Wilmington.
Th Wilmiugton papers giv glowing account
of th visit of this fin company to that place.
Thy war received by th companies end by the
citisens of Wilmington witbevery mark of atten
tion and entertained ia a styl characteristic of
the liberal and enlightened citisens of that enter
prising town. Th Oak City Guards war com
plimented as th handsomest military company
that Ha ever visited Wilmington. The citisens
turned out cm bvun to witness the (volution
and target firing of th oompani. On Tuesday
splendid dinner was given to all th companies
at Brown's Hotel, toast were announced, sad
speeches made which ar said to have reflected
credit Onoo all who participated.
On Wedneedny th oonipaaies mad an excur
sion down th Cap Fear river to visit the bar.th
fort and th fishing grounds. Long will tb
Guards remauiber their visit to Wilmington.
A Crumb for National Democrats.
The Detuocraov of St, Louis appear to b full
blooded Black Kepubliceue. Tbey held a city
emvsntion a short tim befor th late sleotions
n that city; and while the balloting for candi-
dstea,wsre going on. Dr. A, 8. Crow introduced
a resolution "pledging th convention not to sup
port any man for offic who would not avow hi
aaeom promising opposition to Black Republican-
ism"b This resolutive m tabled with enfe rare
diutHtimg toiettt .
Remarking upon this result, tbd Quiney ( Il
linois) KapuUlcan, a rabid Free-coil .abeet
. Aaeraw Jackaaa pwlss.'
On f the rarest and richest feat which Dem
ocracy ha lately tickled the amaaed public with,
1 to show up Mr. Donelson, th America candi
date, as as obecur and insignificant personage.
Well, let as sea. In 1829 Uen. Jackaoa mad
him bis Privat Secretary, a very responsible and
confidential position. Id 1845 Mr. Donelsoa was
appointed minister to the Republic of Texas, and
aided in It annexation to th United State.
The same year he was appointed by Mr. Polk,
Minister to Prussis. In 1849 h was appointed
Minister to Germany, and beld that oSc ander
Osn. Taylor until it was abolished. The patriotic
and conspicuous part he played in the Nashville
Convention, la fresh in the memory of onr read
er. Whea th venerable Ritchie th Tallyrand
of tb Democratic party retired from th Wash
ington Duion, Mr. Donelson was selected a bi
sucoeesor. Disgusted with the spoil policy of
Pierce and bi Administration, he quit th "dry-
rot" eoneern, and embarked in the good cause of
political reform of Americanising America.
And this Is the man that all sin Democracy would
stultify befor the country. Well, if Mr. Donel
son is tb obscure and unworthy individual they
represent, old-fathieiifd Democracy haa much to
answer for. ' J
A distriot Convention of Teacher and- th
friend of education, was beld at Goldsbero' on
Wednesday the 7th inet., Wro. K. Lan, Esq., in
th Chair, and Win. Robinson Secretary.
Tb object of thn Convention waa stated to b
to null teacher of all schools and grade and
th .friends of edueation, generally, throughout
tli State, in on homogeneous, working body, for
th cnuet of Education. After progressing as far
as in It power towards th aooomplishmcnt of
tins object, th Convention appointed a Committee
i to make arrangement for holding a general Con
vention at such time and place a th Commit
tee may designate; to consider first j th best
method of uniting th teacher of Classical and
Common Schools and the friends of education in
systematic effort to promote the cause of general
intelligence throughout the State. Secondly:
the best method of increasing th number and
efficiency of Common School teacher. Thirdly;
on School Architecture. Fourthly t on School
discipline. Fifthly; on, the best mathod of im
parting instruction in Schools.
Th Convention, during its sittings, was ad-
reaaed by-C. II. Wiley, Superintendent of Com
mon Schools, Rev. Z. Graves, of Warrenton, Rev.
W. Closs, and other distinguished speakers.
"From this It seem that th Dnimlie for-
riVn 6ora rtura of St, "Louit art w4 ointotd to
tin K'tmbliatni. In fact they are reedv In join
tlx Itepublicao in tktir mtt itrttum. Tb R
publican la the only part with which torsi ku cit
isens can eimineuilv anil for UttM of Utem are
ojtpotea ise ukmiv oj vantry.
Now, behold I Tb Democracy ef St. Loui
did fuaawllh th Abnlitioniats,and actually aoi
inated aad eletd a Black RcpublieaB Mayor of
tb ity 11
Oca. Case delivered aa elabomt speech ia the
Saai but wek, la dafeor ef hi favorite doe-
trine ef Squatter Sovereignty, tie denied tbat
Con grass had any eoaatitutiaoa! power to organ
ise territori, and that tli reftrreae la tb
Coastitutiua to making "atedful rate and rg-
alattoa for th territori and other property,'
only had rfrao to th land, and aot to politi
cal orgaaisatiua. II avowed hi belief that
TevriwiriaJ Igilatur possss tb power to
prohibit slavery ia advance of the fonaauuaof
their Constitution, and asaaited th position of
Judg Iugla' rrirt oa K ansa affair. Doug
la will have to tak ap tb eadgsla, and a lively
lime may U anticipated. The General however
aa tcm hacker, tvea tb FrvesoiUt reixidl-
st bis aeti m. Tb Waahingtoeeemspoadeot
ef the Ktw Turk Tribune ears Caa was the
ftthar of Squatter Sovrignj sod will U it
The Immaeelatet aeirsatssa.
Diplosnati mtereuara ha besa saspeaded bV
tweia Mettee (ad th Holy See, aad tb Usal-
eaa Miilsr, Mr. Larirsa, ha b salad dowa hie
Asg and decamped with bag aad baggag
Cause aakaawa bat atipped to b connected
la euase way or other with tb doctrine ef the
lmsautte Cuaspptioa. Ilisaawblara)
that abeal igkl moaili ago this dogma was a-
her reewivsd with weh eitravsgaat dasaoa-
(tratiuae f jy as la Maaiee.
hoaa was Ulamlnatod. One Luis
hew ever, aught to h Bated ia thi soaasetioa,
aad thai U, that (very boas that leanined la
darkaes was Bnlassd to) the earn ef toe dollar
the ewaer foatiag th bUL .
- A toagMl stsaut,
!. Hill aad lliurtKark, who kav jast arrived
from California, ar a Commit! appointed by
tb mtisene of that Ktaia, to preaset tbraegh tb
Califbrwla NIfiifi, a msasnrial ki( Coav
graas to spaa a wg 'S from Miasnart to Cal
tfinita, wiUai 4 Uimagti r ewa tontwry
Tb msasnrial is safwed by Vtwsaa vwrly and
igbty Ib auid irlu of t'.l.f snd hoaad
MS lw Itffsfoh eulasM ml l,'0 pagt asy-h.
to) aatyl perkare aevae eqaaJltd by aay
rial evef piresetrd to Cwefrvss
Th Washington Sentinel contains the follow"
ing paragraph :
"Ever since that time I th Ostend Conference!
to the present. Franklin Pierce haa i Mtigated and
invented the most insidious and disreputable at
tack upon Mr. Bushanan, not only through hi
wn moutn-pieoe, put even in his own conversa
tions. We make thia chargei that Uen. Pierce
hat told dtlegata to the tt'atiomU Ccmeenion, thtf
it As did net art the nomination himtrlf. no Aortn-
era bum thould have ii olearly pointini to Mr.
Uucuanan, who, except Judce Uouirlas, is the
only "Nortliorn man" spoken of, and if report be
true, tli relation ol the latter are greatly changed
toward tb Administration."
It has bean clear for a long tim that th rela
tions of th Administration to Mr. Buchanan
wr anything but friendly, and our advice from
Washington indicate that the war upon bim bas
been successful. Th President end Judg
Dougla havd united their forces against him as
common enemy. The attempt wIl first b
mad to re nominate Gen. Pierce : if that fails,
Douglas will b tried: and if neither soocecd,
then a Southern candidate, probably Hunter, will
b brought forward.
u a 11 Notes.
Th Payettevil I Observer ;rtatci that at the
term of tb Superior Court for Cumberland eoun
ty, held laat week, Judge CaldweU presiding, th
Solicitor for the Stat cent to th Grand Jury a
bill of indictment against the Bank of Fayette
ville for issuing klbII notes The Grand Jury
returned it ".Vol True Bill." But under tb
instruction of tb Court, that they Wfvw riot
judge of th law, and bad ao discretion ia th
matter if th font of such issues bad been estab
lished by testimony befor them, tbey took tb
bill back and found it "A Tnu IUI By agree
ment lb ease go at ona to tb Supreme Court
at it term next month.
Th charter of tb Bank ia not involved in this
ewe, w toarn, but only th penalty for Issuing
' Advices from Kansas say that then art a boat
fiftesa bund red snea In Lewrenee, thoroughly
armed with rifles, and having two pieces of attit
ry -In their possession. They bar arte ted
breastworks aad givn notice that they will resiat
all attempts at arrest
Judge Fane, of Georgia, ha beo appointed
Sheriff antil Jon I tbl to rasums the dull of
th ufic. Jon is reported as convalescent,
and is tspactod noa to be out. Fane, it is r
sored, boa beta abut at twio, whil in th dia-
aharg of hi oBsial duties.
The Mquisitioa of Go. Shannoa apoa tlx aa-
thorilta of Missouri for tb return of Rnbanaoa
was placed ia the bauds of t'ntwd State Mar
hal Donsl lsoa and Iteputie Prestuo ar.d Wal
laoe. Tiiey left Kaaa for Laxingtoa oft Wdnss-
Mr. Brawn, Editor of tb Herald of frMdora
was arrested while endeavoring to escape (roe
The following ia a copy of Capt Uamsoo'a re
marks ea behalf of the Oak City Guard, aad ia
reply to Mr. Baker:
Sia: Oa behalf of the company I have the
honor to command, I thank yoa fur this cordial
welcome to Wilmington. .
We are frond. Sir. to set foot npon your soil;
consecrated as it U by so many glorious revolu
tionary reeolloc turns, and peopled aa it aow,is hy
mea worthy of that f-aie fame, which belong iu
common to us all. We kuuw tbat if tlie patriots
of Mecklenburg, dared on tbeDtb May 1775, to
defy despotic power and sever forever their con
nection with the British Crown, the rum of the
Cape Fear country were with them injieart, and
were foremost among the Hrst, in all the struggles
which proceeded that memorable declamtion;and,
that your ancestors in all then legion responded
with flashing swords and glittering bayonets to
that call of patriotism from the Western Moun
tains. Honored evermore be the memories of the
men of that day I Sir, they are honored thoir
fam eon never di. Thi vast assemblage these
xultit bauner this rcmiiun of their descen
dants, on tliis favored snot, to celebrate the 8 1st
year of the independence of North Carolina the
emits of matron and maiden beaming upon us,
and tb blessing of the venerable of olden times,
who yet linger ber the "pomp and circum
stance" of this occasion all these, and more than
I could mention, attest th respect and reverence
in which we tall bold themeu and the deed of May
Sir, we bring you warm and soldierly greetings
from our "City of Oaks." . We anticipate much
pleasure from this visit to your enterprising and
patriotic City, and we trust that this occasion and
it incidente'may serv to bind still mor closely
together the Capital snd tlie first commercial city
Of th Ststc. 1 again thank y ou in my own name,
and in behalf of the "Osk City Guards" and our
citisen friends, who accompany us. for tlie bettrt-
felt and complimentary terms in which you bar
mod us welcome to Wilmington.
S Taklugt'sre of the South.
Congress bo voted million and a half acres
of publio lands for railroad, purposes in Iowil-
And so, session after session, is the common do
main of th I'nion being given way to build up
the free-soil States, and Democracy so far from
having power to prevent it actually contributes
to it, through th votes of many of its Weutern
and Northern members. All the Democracy
have power to do, and really dues, in this partic
ular, is to prevent the'tlavoholding States being
put on an equality with the abolition States, by
receiving the shares of puplio lands or their pro
ceeds to which they are justly entitlod. If Ddnv
crsts would talk less about state rights, and do
mor to enable the State to tak ear ef their
right, w should hear much less of Northern
aggressions and Southern wrongs. For many
years after the adoption of tlie federal constitu
tion the Southern States held a majority in Con
gress, and oxertod a controlling iuHuence in the
fuderal government Tb oensus table show
that th increase In native population sine that
tim bo been greater in the slaveholding than
th ooo-lavehoklinz States. They would hav
maintained and increased their ascendency in
tho Union, but for th Democratie policy, that
ha cnoduraged the influx of an ocean tide of anti-slavery
sentiment from Europe, that bas not
merely been left free to follow it free predispo
sition to settle in the Free States and Territories,
but has been encouraged to do eo by bribe of
publio land and immediste investment thor
with th franchisos and privileges of citizenship.
-Yet th party to whom these thing are ao justly
ehargeablo, that noue have the hardihood to de
fend thcmylve agaimt them, claim to be tlx
party, that tak car of tlie rights and interest
of th Southern Stetos! Lynchburg Virginian,
. LATER FROM F.lTvOPE.
smivsl or tb caXAm
Th Cival Wsrla avansaa, ;
.Chicago, May 21. Dates from Lea?enwnrth,
V ITIMi ta SstllFftT Stat ltl.lt IV'ftllKM.U, tttt
Slst) was Oten tor an attack on Lawrence. 1 be j Xb, ttmrt Canada arrived at Halifax Toes
rcign of terror was complete in the Territory. : dny nijrht, with dates from Liverpool to tb 10th
Tmni.... I - I I ,l.. ,;,.. . r !,;,. A. instant.
tined for Lawrence.
been enrolled aft militi i. They had been furnished ! loss, 'l'h passengers and wew, ot or 500 in num-
he Baford Ctnpany had ArkloB ltlllk .ndu..,!. wuui.i nrove - totui
by Sliannon with I'nited States arms. The free
State men want arms and amuml'on. Marshal
Donaldson bad proclaimed his intention to make
clean work this time. Gov, Roliinwn was still ia
Lexington Missouri. The eorreajtondont of th
Jefferson (Mo.) Inquirer stutes that a petition was
circulating in the border counties, praying the Im
mediate removal of Col. Suinuer. Mr. Brown,
editor of the Herald of Freedom, writes that a
mob bad entered hie hotel at Kansas city and
praged off a man supposed to b himself, but
having discovered their-tttwtske returned and de-
manded him. Th proprietor refuted, and a com
pany of .Michigan emigrants entered t!ie hotel to
protect the occupants, the mob still surrounding
the hotelatthecliifioufhislettor. There was noth
ing authentic concerning Bivwn's fnte since his
capture. . '
Th St. Louis Democrat's correspondent of the
IStli state that fr6m eight tu twelve hundred men
were encamped near LecoinpUm. The people of
Lawrence had sent a note to Col. Sumner, asking
ini to station a body of troops in the vioiulty tof ud"nmtmaratime rights, ao long hold by
,. ureal i uui, as tne I'eace Congress at ran nod
nNVM.)i tor It, snm.ii, as t hh. I..... ......
prevent the mob proceeding to sanguinary ex t re in
itios. II declined, say tug he had no power to
mov without orders. In nw4r.to n inquiry,
t i.i ... : i r.:ti ., . ,
vguniwH pant inv toiion nig Uk-iliuilus must u
complied with : livery man against whom process
bad been issued should be surrendered: all mu
nitions of war at Lawrence l.o Ot-livcrcd tip j the
citisens of Lawrence chouU pledge thcmsclvos
implicitly to obey iliepruaentotinctnumts of Kan
sas under oath. On receipt of this tlie citisen
hold a meeting, drew up a letter to the Marshal,
stating that any person acting under him hon!J
be allowed to execute to the lottoi-'proeos against
any inhabitant of Lawrence, and if called upon
they would serv as a pnasee in aiding th arrest.
They would not now or at any future time make
any resistnnoe to the law. -'They only waited an
opportunity to testify their fidelity to th Uuion
and the eonstiuition, Tliey claimed to be a law-
abiding, order-loving ponplo.and askod protection
from tho constituted authorities. The purport of
th Marshal's answer was that ho did not believe
the promises of the people of Lawrence, but re
gard them as retails and traitors, They should
know hi demands wheu he came
fee Let th aati-AaMricaM toy aboat tb
Aavsriesa party what they pleas--- d new nee
th ia unmeasured terms if llrry choo, tb
Fillmore Administrauoa I a beat wiibia itoelf.
aad all uCcint to eoanierbalaae the paerile
Curt ef th tradecera of s pure, Bobl, and pa-
triotis a nutleman. Tb oasrvalivce of all-
par ies Oiru)bsl tb land, will anite ia wpport
T aeh Bobl standard hear, bear him tri-
amphaatly throagfa th canvas, and ptae bias
to hi well merited st the PrdatiaJ Cbair.
Let the Doaraito eaadidate be whe ho amy,
O ibiog i eenaia, a tetter ticket tbaa that ef
Filial or aad Doaslsoa, Masot h prodeeed.
a . . .
trB to Alahaasa. .
The Kaeaellviile Heeorder says aanoos appve.
hseslaa nisi among ear pbwier for tlx Mfrty
f tli Cettoa nrp. Thd alght ef th last
foar ef five dy have eaassd the lice to ak.
their appear) ea th planU, and if the waath-
er doe aot haage very met, tb amp will be
Materially Injured, tf a wholly deserey.
Cera aad flat are kaek ward, and ar aaffariBf
W ar idlisd to Mr. P ,isrtj for U.s Jaa
IibU . Harper' New Mkly Mas..-
li I tepUt with the avi-t toasTMiing read
tad b.ld be to tb head tf every teaa
ef alitsrsrv taste.
ber, war saved.
The t'nmbri arrived out on tli 4th Inst., and
the Baltic on the Mb.
Gskst Bmitiiv. The Queen held court at
Buckingham palace on the 7th for ihe purpose
of reccivins aiidroasc on th Cunc!uioB of peace
from th 1 1'. use of lords and th House of Com
mons, and from the c,ity of London.
- The deputation came in great state, number
ing nearly ItH) persona...... The Vueeo briefly so-
kuowloledTtfi addresses, and expressed her
satisfaction that peace had been re-established on
a basis winch all .nt. si-euntv for us permanence.
Both Houses of Parliament tad recoruVd a vote
of U'"k to iho army and navy. LordPanmure
moved tlie adoption of the resolution which was
sccouded by leird lerbv.
In the Ilouse of Coniinonv, Lortl Palmeniton
made the motion, seconded by D'lsrael. Lord
Uranvill announced that a pension of a thousand
pounds would be sealed on (joneral n illinnis, who
was also created fiaroiist by tlie title ol. air n m,
r. Yt iiiiams, nt ivnrs.
Lord Klgio had pixtnoned his motion of inouiry
rupectiiigth troop ordered to North America
unui auor sue v nitsuiitiue nonuaya.
liord Colchester niad a motion requiring
t'ari'ament to eipross disapproval of the policy
Th N. T. Itorald has the following notic of
th iTIghes' telegraph from which we are ro-
liced to learn, that wear ia a fair way of gets
tiag rid of the wretched humbug by which we
are now fleeced :
Tu Urutiri Tsintiko Tri.xoa.iru ImvsmrxT
FiKTsntn.-Wr ar gratified to fearn- that th
wonderful invention has, at leasLreecived its fin
ishing touch, and will be iuimeiifthi'lv laesd up
on tlie Hue between this city aud 1 iuiaueiiihia.
We are assored, upon undoulited aulhoriiy that
the machiues, so' far as it bas been possiblo to
test them, through a coil ol wire 100 miles ia
length, hav reali ed tin most aajuine jic lo
tions of Mr. Hugh and bis frieuds, nd tber
appear to be no reason to doubt but that the lu-
vention will speedily Work an eutire revolution
in leiegranbiug throughout tlie world. 1 bis in
vention may be called a printing press and tele
graph instrument combined, for it nrmu all
messages, in putia Roman capitals, with unerring
eorrwiaasa, and alaoaliiiust iucrnlibl rat of
speed, averaging in th ordinary duspatrhea of
bmiueu. I rum XO.tKKJ to 2j,u Hi pr hour. The
llughee instrumeut clearly detu onstrntas tb
praatioability ot swtding and reoaiving massage
iuopMMtta ui.-ecuoua over tiie same wir atth
instant ot Urns, and wuh tb utmost esse,
regularity. and certaiuty. It will consequently
requite but ene wir and on pratur, at any
given puiut, to send and recciv uiuh busi
us as can be transmitted by lbs aid of four er
fire uperaiora, and aa ir,i number uf a ires.un-
Uer tli Mots system. Anotlier qully linpor
toat euuliarity ooiiiiocted with th II utiles in
vention is th undoubted fact that it wiil work
perfectly in vary lung eiieoits.aod with autrring
aerwracy ia all slat of the atmosphere- neither
mist, ruin nor snow having any icptibl effect
ukb it Therefor at seasons when th Mors
aud House instmmeiit are utterly powerless,
even in circuit of nfiy aiilee, tbr la every rea.
son to believ tbat tu liugbw instniment will
work reliably ia circuits of nne v two thousand
miles, The simplicity and durabtli'y of the new
machine will otar faiorably with the Mora,
sod it is vastly sui-enor ia these rcpcts, to the
House instrument. The g isrnlug pnto-i Is of
Ibis invoulioB is wholly dissnaiiar to vital ot tit
Morse, llous aud all otlicrlcirrapu uistmnieti
and auusroncnllr. tbera can La nodiAcultv ls
tb scor of Ui patent, which wtndi-riand ha
been aold for about ?1,iaJ or, f ISO.OtHJ to lb
A mor loan Tulsgreplt Company a Mw assniiv
lion, bavirgit bead quarter in this city, but
eompuendof gaalltmen of lb highest re fct
bil ty, residing ia diT-rsot sswtioM f lb L uild
Stsios and lb Itriiish horth American provinc,
snd of wb!-h it is sufficient to say, niat Peter
l.'ilr, Kq , is ll President, and w ilson U.
Hunt, Ksq., usasursr,
A terrwettoa. ',4
Several ef the Newspaper hav quoted the
National Intelligencer as resroasijile for lb foi
"During a trial Bow prI ia th I'nited
Statwt'iiouil Cvrt ia tkv city, ll-e eitraofdiaa
rv faw aasae out ia evident tkat, wlira a Kasiw
Nvtbing ia admitted to lm sxe .nd di iee. I s l
ma party to an oath ahih bin Is hiss to
stand by a br iber of the ssihs graala, rsgardieM
ef euaeittrKe, vea as a iMa i any court."
Thi hem rWr to wbsl oeearred in on of tb
nnrt ef the city of Ksr Y rk, and was imlsvti
d ia a killer-of nor Ksw 'ok orraswt(l t
(dated lb 6th ef Msy.) wk 'iaiiBis4 ins waul
of )adaee ia lb ojimi,t by nrnvela-ln g
III prgr4 With the li llowing wnnl.- ".s
snys a rryorin " mt!f it t nr rmltf ,"
TU evpy Mlsby emitting tbsae wonts, bsvs I.
aud tb anils' a W ssbmgVm, eat kjal lb
laielligenMr lbs eiblursvr f a suleoirfit I t
which it m a avf rwsp-ivietule tbaa II w.lj be
for eay ether isvm conveyed to) urrrftbs
V by lb Ieifrsi4i. No saeh eMnwws Be is
ln rpeasuwd took pUae ta W asbtngtoo-
Assault npon Heuator fuomer.
WasHiNtiToH, May 22. Inimediatelv npon the
adiournineutof Coinrreaa today, while Mr. Sum
ner, senator from. Massa husotu, was stillin the
i-iennie cnamuer, no waa apnrneciied l-v Jilr,
Brooks, momlior of the House from South Caroli-
lina, who accused linn of libelling his State, and
slandering his gcey-hoaded uncle. Senator llutler.
Mr. B. iiiiiiiedir.tely atruek him with bis cane,
when Mr. Sumner foil. Th blows were repeated
until air. eumnor was deprived nisiieech. No
on interfered until the caning was effected. Mr.
suinuer waa then taken to his room. W could
not ascertain wbetuor bi iiiiuria r serious
Wsiiimoto, May 22. Soma eve-witnesse
ay that Mr. Brooks struck Mr. Sumner a man
as arty timee mainly on th head. Th latter I
terribly prostrated. He waa sitting in an ft era
chair w hen the assault was made upon biro. Mr,
uroogs nat neen arrosten. .
Mr. Brooks anrieared before Justice Holllngs-
head and wo held to bail for the sum of -oWJ fur
Ins appearance to-morrow.
-'- Overstepping IMity,
The Lccntnpton, Kansas, Union contain ex
tracts of inflammatory speeches mad bv!M
Howard and Sharman, moinbers of th congres
sional investigating committee, in support of Ex
Govi lteeiiTi warning the Marsh! not to arrast
him nt bis peril. Mr. Oliver, of Missouri, th
southern member of the eominittca,'eAdcavureil
to dissuade them from such danger ms procaf
ing but they persisted amid th cJ-.iri of tlie flee
t- . ' " . 8
nledged Groat Uritaia to do.
'A new British loan haa been advertised, of five
millions sterling, to be bid for on tb I'Jth instant
The new consists principally of accounts of tlie
usual peace rejoicings,
The prominent commercial circular quote as
fyiwruool' VarkeU, Friday Aftfy Qth. -Cotton
Prices ar easy but not quutably lower. There
has been a moderate demand, but the market
closed unchanged. Salea of the week 40,0110 bales,
including 12,760 bales to speculators and 4,700
for export. Th sales to-day (Friday) were 0,000
bales. The nutiket closing unobauged.- Th
qnotntinns ar as follows : New Orleans fair 7d.,
middling fl 5-10d Mobile fuirOjd; middling Hi;
uplands fair CJ i middling 1. '
stock, inoiuditig eotton on snip-board, ojx.iasj
bales, of which 381,(XH)bales are Anierican. - i
Broadstylfs. W heat Price hav advanoed
1. te 2d., with a modeiat business. Prices are
usettled. White 9s. 9d Oi IK 3d r Rod 8s. SU.
Ws. 2d. " - : 1
t lour has anranctd nd. (tf 1 with a fair busi
ness, many buyers holding hack for lower price.
-Western Canal 32a. (( 35s. Cd.; good Ohio
3'is.Cd. (V37s. 6d. Corn ha advanoed Ad.,
Whit i scarou, with a moderate export demand;
Southern 30s.; prim No.-tlieni 31s : Vllow and
mixed are in but little speculative demand. Salos
at 2Us. Od.
Haurax, May 21 The file of paper by th
Canada contain tb following additional item of
interesting intelligence :
r.NOMHD. .Mr. Pallas, Ins faintly and secre
tary of !egntion, assisted at th Ijueen' State
ball aud leve.
Five retriiusnt In th Crimea, under Gen.
Eyre, bad boon ordered to Canada.
I asset. Th sob of th King of Sweden, whe
is King of urtenburg, and brother to the ti
. r l i. k- i- .
perur oi nusiria, is visitiug iapuieun.
Count Morney bad been apajiuted Minister
Itiuiim. A Belgian eorrosnondent ssvs that
Count W slewski's reported demand tu mussle til
pras of lielgium bad created great eioitenisnt.
That demand had not been officially comtnuuica-
ted to the Meiginn tturernment.
lloi.i,NU. A treat of commerce and naviga
tion had been a'gned qetwesn Austria aud Uol-
Dxnkark. The Hans town had rt fused to
ailbnre to the capitalisation of tlie sound Dues.
1 here waa considerable, sxoitomeot in conse
quence of report that an Amorioun tleet was oo
its way to Copenhagen,
Sakiiiivu. A d.spalch froraTarln stales that)
themetinmnduia presented to tb Chamber by
Count favour and Marquis Milauibiui shows thai
Austria having at th conference refused te die
cuss the condition of Italy, Sardinia is the only
State that is k barrier to an Italian revolution,
and dematxnt the co-operation vt England and
rMnee in carrying oat the reform , nj
Antnes nas proiuiiitea tlie cxpovi oi urca'iituiii
mil, th I Jib of Jun.
.i i i 1
fTtllE EXAMIMATIOS ef th ftuileats f lis
tnivsrsity of Nnrtli t'srsSiea, will begui ou
it. U'tay. tlvs lluth ef May instant
dmatencruaent o&lur9-tsv elk ef June.
The eommi'tce of Visilfltieii for IS' consists f
His Excellency THOMAS liBAtO.
t.i'vroi.r if tiie tate end fres't ex-tiff-i.
Hon. 1". b. tjnam, L. L. 1) . I'res'l l the Cuiii-n.
Hllll-la A. A!i-XH!lin;r,
Willism II. I'iiik,
1 James W. Hryan,
' - ' Jolia W. Cnmuwjtliads,
.-- Joba M. btiansll,'
VYi'lism A. (ivaham,
. . Cttsliing H tla-iiK -
'.- -. fcainunl 1", 111',)
, James C Jolinal.-n
Caiieallader.liH--, . .
Audruw Joynt-r, .
Matt E. Maul v,
, , tailea Mebaiir,
. .. Ueorge C. Mu l.-:;. - .
. Jubn M. Mnrliu'
... .Henry Po Ui, ,
Walter L, rii.;v!e,
Juuatlmn VVurth, '
CIIAKLE3 MIM.T, ,
Secretary of tk Board of Wrertor1.
ItiiK-Igh, Xlay 5, ltiofl. ly id
lmporlaut Snltof Talajble Property ia"clikii,
- BOETH CAROLISA. f
ON MON'DATTHE TH DAT OPJfNlirproslini.)
bstvoMa the boon (4 13 e'elork, M.. sad t iVtrk
P. M., will be sold m lbs premist-r Hie lii:-lir. l.i.i.lrr
Iks vslull properly kDuwns I111S WIXDoll lly'lk-L,
loftsthrwttB all lbs furauure and lintures tlmrvtt
The buitdlne U enttrt-ty ciw sad atU nrrantsd and
capable of Sfieulnmuitatliix s hga aamber t ssestj.
The dlnlnf? renia t vory spurious, snd e.-ip:ibls ef test
ing Severn! bumlrvd poreuus sunit'ortsbly, Ht cea
vsulenees binether vrtlh thoss of tb eoukins densre
ws&t ars uosurpsssvd by these ef any uthor estabhrb
Bionl in the &iutbvrn owantry.
Tlis tirkot etlies of tb tlriiberd A rSwtBnks Rall
rnstl Cirtiipaiiy, snd that of th Haki'H A ftaslsa
Hallrosit Cwnipany, are in the buibbiiir, sss ferine sit,
-asted lMHieibatcly on ths italtroad, tAr a,ijRin
ing ths whole tronl el the anus, ft presents pet-ubar
advantagi-i to persons aho rtevlrs Is encsyc hi ihe ba-.
tneis of Holel kei'pins;. Thehenss it st pnttentenjuy-
ing a Rood runf bssiuess. . . . -
li Is doemsd tttiaoeotsary teenUrfntnaavoredutsiled-.
'Icnrlptlnn ai persent ninhtnf to mnhass ars rsuuss
tml'te eaawlrm the property bn'-.re the aay el sale. ,
Takes. II, It and lnmimttisln eual sayaisnts.
Bonds with aiiuruved secarttv will he rfmiirrd.
T.J JAKHaft A CO. '
May It, 184. 11 td
to MYr&iENps Aim lELLOwmrrsst
IHAVI JUST BKCblVBD ItT tsi'RISil AND
" Bummer stuek of good, snd sni'repsred to plsuifl
ailwhamsy favorras with seal). Mysimk consuls,
tu part, of resity aiads elellihig snd fitrniUiire (inils,
ta evest varietiis aire a ant astnrttoent of Cloths,
Cassiiaeres sad Vesti", le mads to order. I have
procured the servlro of Mr, H. ff.esrgain,of Piiinburu'
ss fortsnaa, whe bas a hiich revntstiea assl'D'tvr. Ail
who are la wnol el svtieiva in ny mis, wouta unw-ii te
giv ate a eatl before purchasing elsewhere, tty tvrins
are cash snd my goods will hestiid very sheep. Tsllsud
saaudus tor yourselves, ao-igbs ceuvineed.
. u. Blitun.
To' th Harried LalW. .
IltAVR The lirrltieil swortlesat eC Boyrf elsthin;
that has ever beea teea-la this market, t'sll sr
etmd seon, as they ars goisg off. J. it. Ut'lUe.
"TOTICE, All those In.lebted to the Ists trm of
i. Vi king snd 11 1 Kits, will please aot tercel le etll sad
settle, llili It lbs but call ,
Apt It 1, IMS. , to ft,
Haliuh, Iv, il, IHSO.
flTlR Olfirens of H ib li h are Invited to assemble
1 in tlis City ilall oa S.tur lsy lbs slat Inst., at
o'cs -k, I. M , to mass tlie aeesssary srrsncs.
meuts for eelsbratinf, th Anniversary f Amer
ican Independeno. L
na. J ALL As HAV WOOD, Mayer.
I It V I N G ' H
LIFE OF WASHlNOTON.
For Sul)-iili rs only, at
Marri t Not Uslnl
MlmU Life by llrnRltrhrc jMowetk,
Hallasl fur th tSocial, by the Author ef Sailed for
KvMst Liawood by lira, f arelinls es Hsatry.
Annual of Kotentino lllseovtry fur If-'il.
OarHeuin forilis Koetb, '
A Forest Tragedy and ether Tslts by Or
t-hoee KeeotUeiioa a asysidv Olimps of A
Tb tild lMw.li.ioB l.v 0. P. 8. Jsaaa.
Travels la lbs l ull.d Klats and I'll by tb
lion suss siarray,
alien Lights and Pspel Prinslple sat tbroagh
AWenrnn Ij-isUrles l.y J ll.es JactsuB JeTVee.
ilatcrs ls;atitie for June
For sals by
' , W. t. fOMKROt.
Vsy ft 1:,6. Xl-tt.
I It ef g.iMaeiHl's f.,lf, W.lkief
rss. tCir-pers d H slesys
w. II a m. Tli hi it.
t v. tit-.
. KV DOOKK-
TV flrsal AmeHeaa Uallls by An ED CarraU
A Wfsar ef lh Ae-eHe Peltry ss e sswsed la
the l.tislKSLDisBIs vf lurrljs usees y lbs
t- sale by
W. U, IflMritOT
May 17. U:. .i-tf
Bef.' l-4 ttsits. T nm s-a u4atees ef
se.ii s ris., ii.e i, .r-.'ite.. y , ,f s evilee.
11- el M,!.....-. ,4 r, ,,1.,,, ,na, k.
W-1 rs Hf;,if, l,ii.lj , li! ..!,., .'th, I'. g.
(l.v.f-rieer,i. ,4 lit eli., b. l. ma- I, el tit iMiii.-ea
U, s.er,iltxie A A. ,ii. A.i I ; J bt U. BeeaM-see.
Hy J llr. n.ri... ,'!, It
1 1 H. i ....a, a mi t'
J. i,v -frs f a
biheiad, la Tly 11-4. r,ift. esMalseesees ef aa
T'.s Hi-srr-w llrt.t pmn i tf tik la tit Ceealrv
Py rrfj..fi-h l.e'ft,
f-irr il.ii, 1l,t I . A, lulrffirsai I t J. li.y.
S.Ms M II.
The t eulh ef ihe W4 ty..!,,!,, tf "". a. I It p.
llerelee A Kweel.
Ta. r-.ed H..--i lee, A (slur's Trials i A
dee..il. T.i t S.e t-ik tit g.!.,'"
Th. r.e.f A -...) j lt J..M..
p Th. I,'l Ae '- f' $ Iff, Th. e1e -e'sa
rhrlsoseliy as4 f-'.O - ' 1 e i ; I ) A es t.l.
Cervei. t e'- tv
II P, Tl"si.
. ' . . Be- wee.
h.l. ,h, Vt.y j;, ii-
Mutlniiin (slt'.OAItfS IIo-.rO,";
autl Way Mt liuol lor Vouna l.a
tlla.MA report having become curernt Uiat
hi - Chepary wss about ta give her ftohmil,
she reepsclfully informs hsr frisa.isand tlie pub
lio, tbat it is her Intenttoa I continue her estab
lishment, with Its present organisation, time..
( 's oleoe, tints. I'revost, (formerly Jills. Louise
Horault) will rsi-le with hsr and taks an aetive
fiart in the i ret lion and supervisioa of the asub
ishmsnts. kites. C. t prepared te reesivs pupils
during the Piirainer. Times what parents vends st
a dlatanes will pass ths vseatto at Miae.f"s. e.ju li
tre resideuse. situated In one of the healviitest snd
most ploasaat parts of New Jersey. Tb si-hool
will close July 1st snd will rs-opsn, as usual, en
Thuis.ley, lltb of Bt-ptembtr.
. May li, lion.
STATE OF NOUTII CAROMNA.
VMATHAM l ilt aTr
Ooart tf fin and Quarter gssidoo May Tana,
Altachawnt Uvy li.ft la tenet ia Copper Mies.
i. McLeaehaa v. . .rtlsBKia. i
1 f appearing te the satlsfactiaa of the f'enrt that
I 8. rl. Bimmvus reeides tieyou.l tbs jurisiiietioa
ol this Court or so et.ee in ltd r euBeeals biatself
tbst lb onliasry process of Isw canaol bs wrrvad
sa klw. It Is therefore ordered that publicsliew
be Biade'fur sii weeks ia tbs North Carolina Mar, a
aewsp.per pabiisbed ia tee city ef Kaleigb, Betify
wg the said B. rl. Mis was persoaally te he aud
apear at the Best leiwt of line C'eaA, to b held
for tb tnnsly el I hslusia si the Uourt Hoi s ib
Fiitelivro', eath JJ Mnaday ia Aegeet A. U. MM.
Tlies and Ibere I replevy sr the protxrty IsvivJ
wilt be S"li Isuaord to satisfy ll.is recovery.
Wiuieaa, vt. I. Tsylor, I Mrk of ear said Curt.
at entce ia l'ilt-Ur' ea Ibe 2d Monday ef Msy,
A. U. IDU.aad ef Amerlmui laWpea.leiies tb Hltb
year. W. V. lAl LUK. U. U. K.
J011 II. UfltnTIHtT AiSOt,
K ALEI 0 II, N . C.
A RE still carrying ea ths book binding butiaess
2. la all Its branches at the old stand ever "1 or
fcer'e N. (J. Uook-lor's.
Thsir iacree.eil facilities will enable (beta to et'
touts the biutling of fortodieata, Nsw.pspers, klu
sle, A., with prouiptusid sad disich, at Iiw
York srioes.- -
Iteuss sent to thesi frn a any part ef tbs Pule
with ititeetions, will h b-iund in sv tt;e desired,
hogsd aad seal ttok aiuioal il.l.v. A l lr.ss
JOKS ff, I'wCAP.Tl-ifT A riiN.
Jtalcl.h. K. f
April 25, t'On. 13-
8TATK OtOHTII UAUI.IIMA. I
Pitt Uobbtt. J
Court ef TU aud Quarts r gees I oat May Tsrss,
relitlaa to sell Laa Is.
W. M. B. ftrowa, Adia'r, vs. heir at Law, d'f .
rihiai A. W-.m' Is, le I.
19 this asea, i appearlnj ta the aalifeetlea ef Ui
I'eart that BsuAmt ..nl.le hi BoB-reenleat ef
tins Mate. l bt onlered ttist puUiratioB t-e m.-.'l
la ths M nh I'sr-iima aiar, -ui.li.h.J si K.ltii..
for sia ss.ecee.tve weeks, eeesataaditg lh tsid
Ueaaet WotuUis to g-pr at ear Best Cuart, te ue
hold for tlie eountv uf.irsssiJ, at 111 I'eurl llu
ta Ureeeville, ea ths Iret Jdvadey ml .tufu.l sslt
taea aud bier te answer an aw lows. If say,
be ha t, way tat prayer ef p.nliea t-e sw granled.
ue tins awiie will be taata pre soBiees as te hiav
and heard aeiml:giy.
Wllaaea. IWaiy larffr4. Clerk of eer esld
I'eurt et "ice la Uraeunil th Bret hi end. y el
if, "lIKI'I'tnil, Cl k,
Mag 12, 1-'A
pi, i-v i . X .!- e
-file. I f JiB Pli-
WAXTat hi rri.ii l.
Is a Meed. d faet, Ihst M-airslsf Pi
see slsavt 4i'S,rtl li -aie, i
end tu eriecdy Ibis webv. p.d
le II. i. d- .rliu.nL'
Tine i--k, w. have r.s .. va tf 1:111, slwok vf
tL. a. est d-ral.lj.-.-'dt. r.&iel 1
Vh,ck V.i.eus I iw.b rlhir. ,-F-ur.ly sew.
Illiwk Wlefi-f tt,ntlalnvLlilerk .Miitit tifliel-s in..
)lneh l asli- tl-ab, I'.tsi k r-if.et f.vi li;.l:
tad While ' ..llsrs sad I Ur p'om h...f.k.,l
Kid lilevtn llieik linliim. Snd Lesl:.
iMdiet Way bs as-'lr --.I ihpy sas h ni:t 'It'- "
ea , vt. it. a a. e. 'i 1 1 h i i..
AprlL 1, It It.
lull s la l. ,
i.fsisr ail. an. ti
VI tb let' ef Aetl, we Bill e. st 10' n!
V, 9 .'1mI. a tarre and besom! tiuisrfl eft rr,-i-sr1v
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