tlttce.i Uul 19 no l paiui m u,.uw,
J fil'tjr ets. wi M charged. s ;
iTiuit 1 H at $1 for the first and 23 cts
r earn a"wquir n " ' ,7 , j ,
J.JL.'.l-..hJkHan these rates. A liberal deduc-
X Ln ia T those wlfi Jvertiby the year,
tttf KRS to th Kdffoia must be postpaid.
Tho Rev. Mr,
TAX JANE riERSON.
N was a man of ex-
but Was eccentric He
r : y
-I 1 'I '
1 N 0
BBUNEE & JAMES,
" Keep a check cton all tour
Do THIS, AM) LlBESTT IS SAFE.
VOLUME V, NUMBER l.
stern'ly.jj She suppressed her mirth, stam
mered a,nd excuse and added :
You will forgive me, and believe your-
hreacher, and his minis-
(ralbn was b)ct to the reformation ot
'oUr he becatrto pnamorcu oi
hloner.! We)U the mama;
yrrlrrnA. thd brides portion paid, and i Ar.. ;A.:n.-.rtc uL
UjTiasbarid, lis husbands in their first not acquainted with you, I will make a
to arc am iuuu. cuusenieu 10 i e won- f. r.rconiatmnc?
. T. m A.l'' 11. V ' III LJU IllUllUtlJit
I SALISBURY, N. Cj, THURSDAY MAY 4, 1848. , . j
a rich par-
marriage was con'- ! . Th-V ; rlm wViwn.l Mr' X.
and accompanied her to There leadino-hr towards an emaeia-
pyiies given by his weal- tej creature, whoie distorted limbs were
n llOnor! of his marriage. 1 unahle In snnnnrr ?his hndv. hp said. This
ho happy cbdple Were sitting together gentlerrian, Nanc
, is the Uev. N-
not know your locality! neither had II heard
of your misfortune until a few clays since.
I can never repay the debt I owe you;
i but if your daughter will accept the neat
! r., t, ,1 1 j:J:L: tmi
luiuuiicu nuuac aujuiniug mine, in see
that you never want ajain. To you, pat
riot fathers and nursing mothers of our
country, I present the ne thousand dol
lars. It is just one hundred I (lollars to
each soldier's widow. It is mere trifle.
No thanks, my dear friends. You, Mr.
jicir qonuoriapie panur, uuu uvcuu s, i who in hls youth travelled and endured ! your preaching I first became iconvinced
p .varus ,f print, ino itevcrcnu genue- , much li the cause our COmmon Master. of sin, and it was your voice! that first
port ;StuJVing 1 enerauie ueue, ana j violent rheumatism, induced by colds4 brought me to the word of salvation.
(IS Wife equally ntent Upon the plate of contracted amono- th npvv spttlcmpnts nf i Ynn will rpmfiin in mv! hniKP - T V.n vo
. - il i 1 i . l i: L-. t. . ....,1,1 i.. i . "ZiT- -----o r--- - j ,; -
a MaicsvM1 vcn .Dins ouuuciujr the Wdst. where i he was emn oved n
bokcj up ;yith fin expression between j preaching the gospel to the poor, has re-
opo ana fear, jnu tnusauurcsscu tier nus- (luced hm lo his present condition. This
Order, is accomplishing, though silently
and unobtrusivel', great good in our com
munity, and deserves the fostering and
sustaining hand of every friend of hu
manity and good morals. But to the ac-
EXC1TEMENT IN "WASHINGTON.
By the following letter to the Baltimore
Sun, it will be seen thai the threats of the
mob to demolish the office of the National
Era, were not carried out. Whether there
will be a renewal of these scenes of vio
Mr. Gales : As I did not see you present j iencef will depend, very materially, we
ill iiiu unci csiitig nuu iipjjrujii mic tnr-
monie&xif the Dedicationof the new Sons
of Temperance Hair on Friday evening,
, are my father in the Lord. Under ! I have thought an account would prove
acceptable to your readers. And 1 must
GEN. TAYLOR'S 01
the recent published rrpori
tions said to have been Lei I
Tay lor on the important r
tions which divide parties i:
States, says (and from the
tions existing between tlic t.
paper and Gen, Taylor, we s
not speak unadvisedly,) thnt :
cations may impose the necr
Taylor in his own defence, c :
over his own signature, with .
sition of his views. And the
tures to predict that, should
deem It proper to make sue!,
tion, he will take his Man !
great Republican platform
our liberties rest namely,
preservation and scrupulous r
ol the distribution of the
General Government betwet :;
suspect, upon future developments. uve pslative and Judiciah:
WAsnixcTON, April 20, NaUville cotemnorarv ocs
rrl l , m..t . ' . I r it . - w
a ne large assemuiage on id street, last imcn. nt: .
night, presented quite an imposing an-i .4 w j.i A
;: i . .. ' ' ne tcmurc iu iircuici, i;
aa) Ul1 llu ua3,u" "UI ; pearance. yv party oi recKiess young men. declare it to be his fixed dtr-
have I ever seen "beauty unadorned" so j destitute of reputation or responsibility, 1 jeave to ttie t efrfsiativ n
successfully and appropriately carried out, ! aided by no small number of boys, whose tj,e GovernmenAhe btisinr 1
as on this occasion. No mockeries of j parents or guardians should have pre- j tion without internoviL 1 '
7uZi " '::u i. irr;uTr: . ; . n rTU4Mlcu"i wishes, much less his onici
lady, his wife, has 'piously sustained him.
Mdcar husband, I have a request to But is old and feeble now, as you may
le. I i sec
iw cii aiitv;, iiii iiiiiil: unsiLum.
5fou do not linasino that I would make
inconsi(.stentMquest surely V
inconsistent quest surely I . I These men are soldiers of the revolu- and pious woman, a fi
jyonnt a teriucttf. that you consider : tion. Tihey wcre sons of rich men. Thev i deVoted gospel minister.
?ansistcit. Ia come what is it ? I went ou in lheir youn strength to defend j
hi tyj. Wo shoqljl make a party too.
inc minister iiooueu oianik.
Thenftuming to. a group with silver
locks and threadbare coats, he continued:
vny, iny aoarsir, anu ner voice irem- tt,:- y,rcci ,nnntr, Th
4j al I l viwi v v vvu uwi y ia jr v liu ui i
.ties afnpngtbd neighboring gentry, and nn Uriib ,lm iMo m t
. v, u.u,v u anuaxi uur j.uuu in endure and live. They returned home at
tlie close ot the war, maimed in their
limbs, and with broken constitutions, to
.rlmt f.ort pay. Nancy ? he said ; find theij. patrimonies destroyed by fire or .
l. 5? I'lv I ,. , . , t the chances of war, or their property oth- i l v
MU she replied, .'such a party as Crwise filched and wrested from them. ! for
room prepared for you,; and a (pious ser
vant to attend you. It is timeyou were
i at peace, and your excellent lady relieved j of legendary authority marked the pro- i der " night hideous" by pretended concert fr,,u,VQ1.f c. i
! nf hpr hnrdpn' i pppHinrrs thpv vvppp simnlp. nnnfTppf
..... j o - ---j " ...r - -- j iiu luviitiauuiw.; auucu iu 1111 sc t that he will never internnr 1
The cripple fell prostrate on the carpet, and eminently appropriate. After the j were a few mischievous men, of more de- ' cept :n cases of manif It 1 ':
and poured out such thanksgiving and ! company had gathered, the " Sons," clad ; cent dress, whose cravep spirits, shrinking of due consideration bvCrn-
prayer as found way to the heart of Mrs. j in their beautiful though simple Regalia, ' from a due accountability to "the laws, i lhere has been a clear and
N ' who ultimately became a meek j made their appearance in the Hall, and would have paid icnorant and thouchlless t k r ...l r-
and pious woman, a fit helpmate for a ' the exercises were opened by the reading j individuals to involve themselves in still dertake i0 six- f
r unu V: V ; 1 . Vn V i T -1 ,. lu" t,imu.-nii dence now in our possession, !
by the Chaplain. The ceremonies of Ded- j their licentious employers, by the perpe- ; Conservative Whic rroun V
ication were then entered into by the D. tration of flagrant outrages upon private TavW wilt nnnr n,l.,-i; ;
G. V. P. and the responses from the va- ! property. i , V Wl" CC?P3 a.nd
rious Olficers had truly a happy effect, and j As I informed you at the moment by ! vatedoX piSl-nvf
the Hall was dedicated to - Love, Purity telegraph, the committee reported that the JeMles al ouetfon" dnl 'r '
and Fidelity," (the motto of the Order) proprietor had respectfully declined to the
and to the promotion of "Temperance, leave the premises. Unearthly yells quick-! ;n rpfpPin tn thtt nn:fT Ti i'
ui.iu-un,uvu uu uiumuii J i3UV,vctUlU lllU ill si UIIUUCU lO aS- ntK. .
ULkll.l llll III llll'Miri'VI
For the Carolina Watchman. ,
To the Christian Stilier-No. 7.
QS0AVC wave Jittcnueu. We must make
Elegant dinndr, and have a dancing
Dancing-1 iti a minister's house !' ejac-
iifti ii r.jti
And these worthy men live in poverty and
neglect iifi the land, for the prosperity of
which tey sacrificed their all. These
venerable ladies are the wives of these
natrints nnrl wrirlnvi's rF Stlioc Vimra
Yhy yes certainly, replied his wife, ne to uheir rewartK They couu tell
singly. . ph will not dance ; the ; Vnn taWihnt wn.,M thrill v,1P urnj
-?y Will jbo njiho ; and then we have , make it ,elterB This is the celebrated
"Vl,a tf' MU luc ',UCI l and leanied Dr. li- , who saved hun-
V,uf'Hu H "ucred j with a per- ; tlreds of Jives during the spotted epidemic.
cd air. andj
My Dear Friend: Perhaps you think
very wrong that you should be blamed
the misfqrtunes of the drunkard. You
say "you do not lorce him to drink. He
is a free agent." But perhaps! you know
something of the force of habit. What a
tyrant is habit ! And no habit is more so
than the habit of taking strong drink.
No doubt you know a great many men so
enslaved to the bowl that it seems a moral
j This being over Henry W. Miller Esq suring themselves that they now possessed ! such queslions to the decision
j (a member of the Order,) was introduced ample authority for the commission of; if the people of the United."
l i.v tiio ujihui , , .1 . v .w..v. , iiuuiou,iM.juiii nuu iui nil x nz ui" inn I li mil o n tlin Inrritimifn .
' ! . . .1 i ? .. .1 .1 m;i?--i.i .i-, ; nifj liiluUgll lUU llLllUIUlie i..
sat silent for some time
But his great success roused the animosi
ty of his tnedical brethren, who succeed
ed in ruining his practice, and when blind-
may dance, s V I ,i.,.c. ,ilm u,i 1 ip- i u
hank ou, lie, sheened, putting her , This ,ove creature is his only child, and
II UIUMI U lli'il
. .1.1? 4i . A.i.i m . c .! .i n. . ii i
to ueuver ine Lcuic;uorv nuuru. auu uce oi trie " r.ra was iquiCKiy surround- tiMoi .h.nn-riU Toid-,.
community where his powers and his ge- ; ed and a volley of stones thrown at it ' ment of lhe GoVernraenf, shnil
i v,Uv..u au.aukiu.um jjank, he will not interpose h"
called upon all good citizens to aid the in any way, to thwart their wi
civil authorities in the discharge of their lhcy not desire a 13ankt hc v.j:
nn' .i tt , ' one upon them; should tl.
I his was the crisis ! Honor to the en- i their representatives in Con-r'
lightened citizens of the Metropolis the j that they are content with li.
U,J ",ai uca'3 rt ""e: vuiui can never R ft. hn w tint rrrnrnmnn '
nius are so well and so favorably known when Capt. Goddard boldly advanced and
as Mr. Miller s are in North Carolina, it
is unnecessary to say that this Address
was thrillingly eloquent and surpassingly
impossibility for them to beywhere liquor beautiful The writer of this, has repeat
is, and not get drunk. Put it out of their : cd,y heard Mr, M holJ vast audiences
reach, and they can get along Very well. ! hninn,! uv thp fnrrP r.f his rnnnincr.
tit let. it he. in thpir wav ami thfv havp .1 ;. i i i . i! .i .1 , . . . ' i
- j j ine nnwpp nt nis lnf'in. and cam vai i'r ute inev nrnmni v rpsnnnnpr . ntnv inn . ..i 1.1 .i .1 .i
no pprr.nrrl for tKo MCPnnnnnc to tKrr.. 1 r V. . . . ' , 7 r , ., ' i"-.! ---r------- - - -; mJOUIU UieV, On IHC OUiCr Ii.'.r
x . w. w -ww-awuv.aaxv, w iMviu ct to i n c rl mc rnAT atip onfl f I nn lPrlPP 1 1! 1 1 I ii P fTi hcwmw lV'in ri'in noiiti r ratrn rrtrrathAP . .
selves or their families for time or eter- : we say in all candor, that this effort will by motives of mere curiosity, rally in vin
nity. lhey are perfectly blind to the re- j most favorably compare with any wc ever dication of the laws. The violence of
suits. Do yp.u think it right to put liquor hearJ him makCe We would fain endea- ! the rioters was speedily restrained, and
in the way of these morally blind men ? i vnr tn 1V1 vnil vnmp :fiPn nr :fs fnnR anft i threats snnprsnrlpil hv in!
' J w " J . ...... ...... If I . 1 1 t . .. mi I l. . " O- " J 1 J J"-" v. v, . . . , vy .v.
i c?u i j.. i - vt nat saun ine ocriniure " inou sna t i t iui mo.i. .:i f,. - i t . t. ...i .1:
rV , . . a ... . . , i mic i Miuint-i out; icaus nun uuiiv . . i tuaittuici uui nauancu as iiic, iiini mains uuiu aiici iniauiuui, neu uisan
uut i unit, aui ic siiuuinuuin auuui u, , lar t 10 hrm nm oarnc tho fn,l cln cols ! 1 OLumujiuii uiwh. UP1UIC U1C
id hd; i mult select and invite the ,)efore hin Yet hpr iParnin ann nnm. i blind Lev. 19, 14. Cursed is he that
his, :and you Inust. allow nie to place ! niiKtimi,nfl ,u i. I maketh the blind to wander out of his
I f al Wnllmd1 . 1.. -l.l '" -
i 1 r
if considering. At length he spoke-
Yes: Ninc",l jou rriay have a party,
v 3 -a dinner, and if your guests desire it,
j 'Vcj'ofl mj' favorite dishes on
' VJl As yiou plase love,' she
oie. aumor of those exquisite poems which ap
anSWered I nnar nonlfcmnn!,, in tt, Af.,,;nc
but when shall it be T
ipxi Wed ne sua)', il you please.'
the ! ivora wra in nttomnt if wr sVionld or r r ; 1 1 1 v" ! nnintpd nml fntimiml ttiov clpnllml r(Y t-
mar its beauty and do injustice to the : other haunts. The resolution adopted to
way," Peut. 27, 18. If he that put a stum
bling block in the way of the physically
Speaker we arc compelled to desist. We 1 forcibly remove the office this morning
nicir representatives, require i
modifications, he stands ready :
any act which Congress may j:
purpose; and so with the SV..
and other measures of natic
with the exception of such c.
involve clear and palpable v!
the Constitution, or as are in:
result of hasty and inconsidc:
pear occasionally in the Magazines. P !" piocw in ine way oitne ptiys
These children were made orphans in in-Vma 1S CUJ? wnac, snouIQ , ine p"n i on Mr. M. for a copy of the Address
fancy by ithe Asiatic cholera, and their - t1?1 n'ul,n luai uo,e,b h0l inle.moral' I publication. We sincerely hope he will
are highly gratified to learn, however, that ; has of course, been disregarded, those j tjon in which category is ir
lit our lurni ire and window drapery j snfi t,n5,r,a iinv v.0o,i K,-! blind ? The one would cause his neigh
l in if I7 1 t ' iv.itiir iitv uviuwiii utvil VUVl VU W t ,
npned. is it not time we ' - i.. ; i.i i... ji: !
niltC Iiniinr in inn 1V V n f t It P Hrnn rap1 i . i . Ihnn tirnlra mrri K o nrvA n-A --A I.m...
t j I productive ot great good, not only to ine mummaoiiu ncuavcicg- the natrintie Ilentd 1
,-fery old lashipned
I should hardly think it necessary to
furiisli ot r roonis, Nancy. Our furni
re is excellent 6l' its kind
Bot'our kmootlJ carpets, white drape
's and cane chairs have such a cold look.
) consent lo have the rooms new fitted ;
can movjd ;th(4ii; things to the unfur-r4-c4iambers.
And pi yiiat pso will they be in thesje
as-which! Wc never occupy ? Besides
near! spring, itiid to lit up now for win
Well 1 would
nlv pcoplo will
ot carcfshe persisted,
i event of his election. And it'
vative, hig course. Let it
II r r
sueu oy our ixccuiive kua'Ti:
a call has been made by the Division up- who would thus trample down the laws, ! tilpr ar In qVritr iSnl'nr
for ; never taking daylight for their work. measures. This, We have rca:
TllP 'Vatirmnl Ti'.P'l a our rnailnpo m o is tllP PnllKP wflioK flinpr'il T
by i:?"nu ' ."re wo'a .a?: aecede to the request as we believe its " ; ' " hr ' ,.'
o orv,;i u ; i,i i... ! oor. oui 10 iau upon ine cartn. nut ne t hat i : t i c ...:n ie aware, was esiaonsncu a nine more ..v. ru.
eintis fnndi Nnw Hrv vnnr ivps nnH lpnl
on to the drawing room.' causes nim to stumble speedily to his Order, but to our citizens generally. Wc . ularly perused it since.1 It is edited with
She obeyed, and notwithstanding her - rrave' an,d to lielK .Vl1' s!r' how .e" trust, therefore, soon to see it in print. ! considerable ability, and with much more
emotions,he thumping of coarse shoes, OT We believe, sir, you will pardon us lor moderation than 'any paper of its class ou titutwHl b c
and rattling of sticks, crutches and wood r u l.ne OI 'ne D?wl lo z ander tar i adding a few words in behalf of the Or- rn . tisnM v ' . .. .. . w:.n aii timpo
en legs behind her, well niMt threw her 1 from the. Path uprightness.' Do you ! der of the Sons of Temperance. Judging ye hfvf "en- let the V"hh a , Uth a11 timCS-
into another indecorous laugh. sa 3'0U do no.1 sell ardent spirits to such from the happy efrcct it had upon many siavpnoiaing community, ot such a paper, F , Xalional Intrllinrrr
r-v- aii til -x - 1 I I . 41-,, ...l. . . - . - . . " I 1 .1 i .i . I .
in our City, we are bound to admit it a ; nowever prudently conducted, cannot, in
good, a lauable, a praise-worthy Institu- ! our judgment, be safelypertnitted and x'--' :
tion. From the high character of the"!whenit istolerated, wq may naturally1 The Senate did not sit ycfterJ v.
morals and virtues it inculcates, it re- ; ,ook for the occurrercf just such scenes i Tbursd adjourned ovcMo Mo:.!
commends itself to the lavorable consid- A . . i . , . The House of Iltnreeertativc
ni,n ,;co u virtnnIie nn.l .U ' c now transpiring in the city of; .,,ne 1I0U ot i epreser.utnc
"L,w" wi "" " i , . mi"ut as we noi naro cone to.
good every where, lis designs are pure
To divert her attnntinn. shn rrlanrpd men you only sell it to those who can
over the table. There stood the dishes ! cntr(d themselves? But you send it off
you sell it to the retailer, and then it is
beyond your control. You have made the
serpent and sent it abroad ; ybu cannot
now direct his fang, nor extract his poison.
It inevitably becomes a stumbling block
ill us parsimonious and had prepared to do the table honors; but ; to every drunkard that passes by. that way. ly benevolent, unpretendingly exalted, and
! ! hnr. lmclinrifl nftpr sImrfflmnUffivinfftn uul " JlcUIV ueiier lO let Hie ;lT10Ueraie rplitrinnelt- nml To reclaim tho fllon
B V fcVVHf V UI1U1 V lllL4linCQ( I 111 IV j . . . . , 11 T 1 fQi-rJ A U 1 V.VIUII11 illV 1UI1. Ilf
the bountiful God, addressed the company I imve V '.u U1.e urunKara u is , to throw a shield around the young and
for whichjheriiusband had stipulated, in
the shapcGf two monstrous homelylook
ing meat pies, and two enormous platters
of baked tneats and vegetables like moun
tains among the delicate viands that she
lJ he said, T will pro-
. ' 11 .1 I III .1 !"-- ...w wv..., , , 1 I .1 j ,
7P srV"a 11 Vr i .iloULUr 0,1 Ine 1 with 4 N&w my brethren,,help yourselves J -moueraie urinKing inac most men ne- unsuspecting, to relieve the sufferings and
OLU i and one another to whatever you deem ! ullie UIlu,"va,uf'. 11" eiiiiiSyuiir nquor 10
ig of tl
'.v of' parsimoi
t ... .-i i-J
r 3 p1
rid so tliq coll
y, not in lur.niture.
Washington, as one of its legitimate and
necessary fruits; The editor of the Era
(Mr. G. Bailey, Jr.) in the midst of the.
excitement, addressed a deprecatory ap
peal to the people, tn which he refers to
day was devoted to a sort cf di-:
which, frequently as il ocpurs, tLe !
he said of it is that no good ever c
refer, of course, lo lhe question t
description oi population whtcn cm
: A i ulrpti oP onp fnllnivs itc oil' oi m Sum.
I . r.i --v. j . , . , , . " w" V ,U 1 l. t .1.. l
more, graieiui to our , nrpf(1,o , j l w:n xvnit-nn thn rhil.lrnn. ; moueriue urinuer, you aro learning iv this is nnhlp. Christirtn. Gnd-likpand luc 6'6 irequeuuy ueu in statea and nnt in mliPr nn.l .,r
4 :t J. 1 . 1 1 . . I -5... . .1 1 m 1 A .1 ...U- L . . ' I .1 rr . ' I . i.i i I '
llluu ,r,u w uuiaci.ua, u.iu A hearty lovial meal was made, the !T lu ucumc.i UI uuct,u iUU mc" him W'ho would raise a voice of opposi- , ms paper, 10 me enect, mat, aunougn in impossible that the dehateri
exonerate us irom all impu- : r:,,. Ltt;n. tt is the worst to nave a hand in makinsr a HP f tViP nKolitioii of clnrorv in Aa- ' 1 .1 .1 . .
' uiiiiiovvi iiitiw iiiu v a i i li j I m i . i iig 1 uu i l kj iiiu uuiio kj i j. uiiuivi uiiLU I'uu.Jiy .w. v . k .i w itiunuuii 1 diuiti ii iiu uu- nn inncfi nn in. 11 no. t' r inn
.....1 . . . . . 1 ... .It . 1 1 I . . 1 I 1 1 . ...... ' ..v w v.ui viwi
, unu juu iiri cAiienu soidiers became earru ous. and each re- uuu 111(1,1 imu' Ul rt uau l,mu ;w"tse :
JrcKeatablcSjdnd dessert, what sum countcd some wonderful or thrilling
re!w?' u- y ' tt t m7fi:VorSe:-land consider, lest he be found fighting sircs that it may be accomplished only one another', feeling or cenvief
ad-i ,Whlch Is the worst to put out the eyes of; against God himself." Give us the smiles ; :n n lnn L,h .u u:. '
venture oil the revolutionary war ; and ! a mrt" , . f .. . or . P11 a an confidence of the virtuous and good, ,
. i. c i sfiimn mtr nlnfU' hpfnpp nim that ic alrocidir I , -n. . i i . ill
ine oiu lauies ioiu laies oi privation and 7 " , " . ........ , ana we W1H lry oy pracucai aemonsira
" , llon to convince the wayward anti unior
id .toj.ihc consideration of the dress , histories dft fathers, brothers or lovers who j tlons. but upon whichever side; they are tunate 6f the salutary elVects of our prin- j a supporter" in him; a
would" be. most becoming, and the ; died for liberty. j decided. I fear would not be of much mo- ; cjpieSt by teaching them our precepts and entire ignorance of the
that !wer( most expensive. The Mrs. Nfi was sobbing convulsively, 1 ment t0 ou 5 ,or 13 not yur 1,(lUor drank ; inculcating sentiments of morality and that city to carry off a la
s resumed hit (studies, and she gave suffering, h!nd inter-woven withvthem the - "z111"
r kxl dhy shd went busily about her pre- when herhUsband came round,and touch- ! b both the sot, and the moderate drinker ? ! virtue in their lives.
? ' .i-.i ! i ti.i .. i . . 3 i . . I . ii- 1 .
1 j-nti.6nf! wondering ail the time how her , jng her on. lhe shoulder, whispered j 111 a scripture sense an.onence is mat
hlbaAd Would ctilcnd his thousand dol- I Mv love, shall we have daneins- V which causes a man to err to sin. You
s. but lis ftjhe h.ld discovered something That word, with its ludicrous associa- ! certainly Know that distilled spirits are an
t.ie jcfeccntficity of his character, she tions, fairly; threw her into hysterics, and I offence in this sense to many both in the
-;ed liottjljat lj meant to give an a- she laughed and wept at once. . ! church and out of it. Your blessed Mas-
, blc $uf.prise I litid her curiosity grew ; When she became nuiescent. Mr. N. ter He whom I trust you wish to love
' jijt, ihaj she; fcbuld hardly sleep du- thus addressed the company : j and obey has said, " Woe to that man
ino IHlcrvui. 9 ' n.ir mV fr nr s. vnn av t , m mv "J . ui w.v Wi.v.. v....i, . , nfn rrM n tnt is 'rps ivtnr an
At length hie rnUicntdus day arrived, wife a frivolous, inconsistent creature, and" om else. doe" T !lce? of church, where a Targe assemblage await-
ed them lor the purpose ot witnessing the
in accordance with the constitution and This Debate arose, without c
tw, and that " no system ot unconstitu- on the proposition, Ly a Member f
tional or illegal measures would ever find ; chusetts, on Thursday, to raise a c
ii .-T- ! : : ...U.l . I s:tL r .
am tin nttirms ni iihiuiio wueiucr iuo uriviiee c. l
recent attempt in
or Members of tho Ilbusu had L.
The Order of the Sons of Temperance
in North Carolina held their quartcrty ses
sion, through their representatives from
the several Divisions, in this place last
Thursday. At night they repaired in pro-
ity to carry off a large body of slaves. iaicu- 1 06 ueuwe WU,CI cccul
which he savs was in no wav nartieina- ;Vnting of Thursday, and which u
ted in by himself, or by any other person
connected with his establishment. ftci-
i r n rm nfTifnpnf "vVprn fll rnmn ntp ntul ; tViori-foto T ft nnlnrrico V.i.a Wo
t.H.Vria. .W.V..VV...'al'...v t LIILII..IUIU X U1'SIW.10W J W 1 111.1 . 1.1. II I I f . I . . . . . ...
"ffK. N-O- i-Ptlre lkn nerfnrm theall-im. mf.rripd nhlV last ImII nmlihnvp ntt.mU,! blame lhe linker as you Will, you mUSt
. ii.,.:'... Lk ..: : i Air I L.. i . admit that the offence has
i ue "entcei to :
I consented on : one is ca.used to do ZT" hl lt' hoVV can
ardent spirits come but by the stiller ? -
will, -you mus
. a irt .i . : . . ...!.. . . ' nrlmir lhar Thp nltpnrp has rnmp. pmnha i.
)i arraying herseit in : several gaymarties which our rich neigh- ., , , r,
... . -j i w- m r i i - i iii m t w n i .T w w7 r i nan tnnur
ie attire. She 1 ngered long at the toi- j bors gave in honor of our nuptials, and i " "V ' J
relying on tho fhshionable unpunctu- ! my wife thdught it would be "genteel to : uiac arueni SP "l? are o ouence-inat no
ty.of Jashaonaljlf) people ; and, when give a dinner in return
f IU'' L.iJ.-l. t.A .1.-1 -l l .... i I r I
i nour .struchr ui enamuer, line i condit
fl it Ii 'of; old. fflorlotislv. to allure the eves invite
r - i . r . . t " ' . - ...
nil ,'1A tVlOllll limil; II noil hop nnil (llll I mlnlttni. tlC 1 1 1 m urlin urn c- . 1 - nn1 Inmlli
smilknd irrail nnt withstanding the in l.pnrt TTnllnwP.l tn th Uttnr TTispnm. ture offences Christ wtl not own you lor
Qomfdriable pintl ing of her shoes and j mand : " But when thou makest a feast, j llls dlscHle 1,1 lbe iastday.
- .t i I . i - .1 . ii ... i. .. . ... . Your most sincere trtenil.
f flier husuanu met her m the nan. cail the popr, the maimed, the lame, the aiAinv mrmvATPP
. havtLrrivcd.' lie said, and blind; 'you will recollect lhe pas- SaV848
Id th door ol tlie receiving room. sage.; Mrs.-N not knowing who her
erful ! iwohdfrful ! V hat a strange I guests werpfto be, is highly delighted with
blage Thr3 were congregated ( the ruse I Hajve played, and I do not be
nnnledJthn trtdimedl the blind, the ! lieve there Has been so noble and honora-
- w- m- - w- -.- i t i
. j r.i' ' liy . . i i r
kHiea; ine QXiremo a
The business of the Court was such,
the first week of the term, that the pro
posed meeting to appoint delegates to the
Salisbury Railroad Convention, was de
ferred to the next Tuesday. That day
was also occupied by an important trial,
thing, was continued during the v,
of vpstprrlav. and wifk snr
then the House adiourncd over to .'
So neither House will til to-d v.
public exercises of the evening. Prayer
was offered by Rev. B. 1 . Blake, the Chap
ain of Greensboro' Division. After which
Mr. Blake introduced to the audience Mr.
I t T I I I I I . .v vr
. i-.ormn or ia firn. w in nrnpppnpti ui . - . a ... a'
! T ? i i . i k i V ounly ourt in Jiay, wnicn win De in
good time for the object proposed. It is
nnrtinn. at lcf. rJ iKa tiwa f
brought by the Duchess d'Orlean. r
ed in other columns of this p
style. Although originality of ar-
I gument or illustration, on this subject, can
! scarcely be expected at this day. the in
j telligent audience of the evening were
I highly entertained by the grace and pow
er with which Mr. G. sustained his views.
The services were closed by prayer by
Mr. Duval!, of Richmond, Ya. The in
tervals in the exercises were most agree-
wholly reheu upon. lor instarc
allowing no time for the deliberations of ffranLic renort from Prussia, in i.
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a public meeting. It was tbcrefore deem- ; impiisonment of the Kin,'&c, ii
ed proper to postpone the meeting until consisient wiih our farmer accour :
test rcuaoie uaies irorn xeinn ar
- i o 1
of complets tranquillity; end I? .
G'azctle of Berlin, cfthe 23J, merit:
...... -a. r.f it, IT!., a a I ' . I
tho idea of any new difficulty. A
despatch from Metz, of the, dale c
could not have furnished any ll.isi
1 1 ' C 1,1a tf-k f. a-w-k rxn Iai r r av-vx lTvl 4 l-i l n ll'intnll
Fram the Raleigh Register. i
SONS OF TEMPERANCE HALL.
The ceremonies of the Dedication vof ably filled by music from the choir of the
hoped that every citizen interested and
every citizen is interested in the plan
ning and prosecution of; the great works
in contemplation, will be present, and
give indication, by their presence and
their counsels, that hope of improvement
is not quite dead in North Carplina.
S.IL'M'J JF.i. JTi J :. i .A." ...L 1fv wifp ipclrprl n r r fnrntnrp lpst vp . i T T 1 1 - ,J U.. U r 1 p.hiire.h.
urcu iruijt me miTlS'UOUse, vvno it-jni- ..v... .... ....v.. , - . Ult. new linn, icuetui) ctcuicu uy inc wi- ; .
thq lady, omeHilli ohen mouths, oth-! should be deemed parsimonious,, and der of the Sons of Temperance, in this! v ne numerous mernoers 01 inc orun
t ! l ? I a' nli.iliiuil mveh 1 1 fr nvni.nd nun thnll!ini " IV IflSf till' nn. mpPIs 111 II11S I K1CI'.
ther with those in attendance Irom other
nlaees. all formed in nrocession and ar-
iffll ; 'then J
. i " . .
hq lady, bomev ith open mouths, oth- should be deemed parsimonious,, and j def cf the Sons- of Temperance, in this
.1th banas in tlu'ir h-Vir while some: pledged mysfelt to expend one thousand rr n i t V
."'' i ii i t :jGitVi came off on Friday evening last, and
- lr6ni be.ind furniture, the covert dollars in a fanner more pleasing to our . . . '
b thehadL treated from her daz-1 g"csts. and yhich should obviate any sucb 1 spoken of in the highest terms. We
V.res.sjh jSlio Avis nek ri lied witll as-! imputation.'! Then addressing the chil- were not able to be present on this inter-
ntuivu IIUIII uli uui.- I tr '( - . . i a,' , 1 a 1 .11 1 n i- iv ll-
vs pekrified witll as- : imputation.' ! Then addressing the chil- ; were not able to be present on this inter- j rayed in thfp neat and tastelul regalia, a negro lighted his pipe,
1 . ! 1 I. .i !.:. 1... 1 ...I maila nn imnnoinnr nnnpHTAriPP. And th . -
ltl.i C .1: I ... i At-nn li o coil i actinrv nnnalnn Vint n fripinl tftio tvac made an lmnosincr appearance. And me
it i. oil, ji J ISpieasUrC J,V; COUUjj UVbUOUII uua km ilium ii liu . ; y o li
i iUi.;rn i -i . xr :tii u i tnAnrniir i i ii.. i i . u i. u::.. tine mora atlect mienueu we "uh nmy
...... i un uci ci.i; 1 UU willjCUtu uo itiiiumi - " i una muuiv lUiuinvu nim uiu cui'iuni- z'. . , . . , . . i . .
mi crrttpsnup nUpmblv slio mrt lw ' a volln hlP5 . m,l if vnn eontinue 1 . ' u- u . i r it i increase and be permanent. uravu. i i. eu an JL...2ii$nmaii, neuieu ai ine inau.iry ....
n?U.rv qUCrf m i ' 7ract. the . to excellent places , and it j ou continue ed accoantf which we most cheerfully lay 1 ! which a New En-landes whistled Yankee Doo-
lly grave exPk-essidns of her hus- to be industrious and perfectly honest in
countenance, when she burst into word nnd deed, you will become respect
;A laugjitcr. I ,1 I able members of society. ?To you, Doctl
icy 11 j at leu thl said, her husband, I B , under God, I ow6 my life. I did
Latkr. Telpgraph despatch
York advises us of the arrival thef
of tho feteamer Sarah SatuL,
Fire. The Fayetteville Observer of the 23th 8eTeral days later from Europe. !
in our uesnaicn uuiuui i s n i
linn of l he new above referred to (r
The Austrian troops hare been ex
Sardinia ; Poland it in a stale cf I
and Russia is engaged in sending ti
ward. ' ! J '
I nrthrr i:iiiurai nave iaKcn i.
Continent. The market for DreaJ,
land was dull, owing to increased r
- - i. '.i
. a .... mm I rr- i . i ri i
line wcitiucri ihhijuiii i;n
rinur wai fillin? at 27s. a 2Si.:
.. 1 .,..1
mst. savs, " we regret to tearn mai me iaw
olliee of the Hon. Rohert .Strange, about three
miles from this town, was destroyed by fire on
Saturday last, wiih a portion ot his 'valuable
library. The fire is believed to have origina
ted in lhe careless use of a match with which
" Is that the tune the bid cow died of?" ask-
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bcloceour readers, with the simple re-: A young riot occurred at Columbia, on Satur
mark, that we are satisfied that the phil- j day nightThe 22d instant, between the College
anthtopic and benificent designs of the . boys and the police. No scalps taken.
44 No, beef," replied Jonathan, "that are the
tune old Bull died ol !" 1
6s. 9.1. per 70 pounds ; Corn 20 a :
a 2s. lower; Cotton, bowed, 1 2 C
Orleans 3i a 5J. .