oftiiE ciBOLivi jrATciiliix. 1
..liripiitfr yrr, Tw DoiLae iaynblf
fr ir..if ?tu,t nuid in a.Jvilw. Tl, n..l
",,TiM,E!t'npd t $1 for itir firsi.nd2.
l;Tl - Jtur f'"f rM Bubnrnt inseijiion. Cpurtorders
ill klku 1 1. .. -- li. .a it l:u
Kj'd i'prif ifrhl hfcr ili.iti iricoc rat-. A I
i',r . . ...!. k ,u. i. .i .Li k.. .l-
fri , i. fli'f fJJitiir must fv hmI nlnid.
xfi;. - u-. . u
vriplural PJan of Bciierolencc.
I.' . ' !
(iir iBr. jam l nAKuis.)
'4 i :
inks u hich guide in redttcin"- the
' . . . i .
! U - j " -
fc now suppose that the child of God,
.A that-flip. fnrfmirrr i tt.-v .
(IV, i- -r ; o"'"r, io vuu Scrip-
..l..n f I f i ru fr n o M 1
uraif'I ol benehcence. has retired to
!rfmny fo adopt this pfan, and
LI. I . "I - L.
rtermme we uerausoi its annl entinn
aimself. Vc direct his attention to
hrcc principles which should guide him.
I The auiaf aU business musts be to
j.:fn (uhL tiThis nirn must rrtv'.:
W)'J -jts oilljpil-
cjyand unityjto the entire life. Proper
tyisto he sought, not as the chief end, but
a menns ot Going gooa. J'he Christian
'I f.i tin . . i , 1
-;s not to sk, ft wnai part of i my income
shall I consecrate to God's sejvicej ?" By
ui-rrv act or, becoming a fihriu; i.
corcrated .tut to God's service in doiijg
He hai-onlv fo nLr n i
-- , j "imi pjiri ne
nuistdfvotetolhis particular jvay of serv.
gius ljTf order that
inj"-- i c; - most
fnf'fioJifflory?, He is to rpmpmUr
mt princinle is to rpi.iafk;
... " oiuio every
jUmthe conduct of business, every new
fntjrprisr, every, investment, ejreryi expen
jfitare1; that he s not at liberty to appro
priate a dollar; in any way, except as he
m s?e that by .so anijronrif Lrr d u
ioiDwttoclonfyGod. II,. L .i.v ,
c( selling aside a cerfHi
(iaJ,an( doinff what he nl.l .J.:.u .t
retf ; tie is to duyote all to Grtd's r,,;
expend, infept.or give it. in sich pro:
portions as will eJIVct most for fhai end.
.... ..... . o,r,auc oenevolence
Aerfforr. does not forbid snendin ,.'
on ourselves, educating children.
siJe something for the future, j It does not
i i If '
wohi nnju.nngiproperty ; we may make
tie fivb rounds, ten. V ... J
I ijv"ri recjuir
rfsotodo,serv ngGod in the act; - not
wwui iii ousinrss, serving the Lord."
But bo act of aeduirinf? nr n,i: J '
. o mo
lar can be justified, unless it hn-... .u.
liy itlhe most-can be acfiomnii.u.i
M i glory. i j
Tiic-L'ible evervwhero pvh;k;(l, u..:
nessai wholly, subservient f tk;0
fod. ("iWhethnr-v -. 1- i.
. 'V-7 ,"' urinK. or what
iOfVfrycddo nil to the f Inn- CI ..A
ek;-e sftbe kingdom of God." It
- "suans are stewards, hav-
tut the talents wJ.ii. r..i il. . .
i '. ; ir v" i ns intrust-
pwihem toljojncreased fori im. The
r,:?el hat ye hav, and give
J-J " ... ,u ,1J--"--. v v JJ h y y M N
i . j a r m mv ma i
J. J. BRUNElt,
Editor 4 Proprietor.
Keep a check cpos all tocr
Do THI9AXD LIBERTY is SAFE.
I r' i . k 1 J V "on give
tbesimilardirecfion friLj k., pi. .,.
f..i i jf vyiirisi
youngrUMr, cannot trieaii less than
toall worldly busiriess and possessions
f lo be entiMy subservient to doin
Sopd. ' I
I Kvolt-ncnj tfien, must be noi only sys-
i j i-ifs uerva(iin.(r
. llJD wiuiie DUsiness.
i lOVV IS it nrtt.cM.I ' . . I .
VMr l seeking! first the
limb the throbbings of its own love. He
"w morbus "in Christ. and imbued
with his self sacriflrino. 1.. : 1
Xm. "vc i, none oi
his.- Thfr f!hr;c; ' ' . s
-. wn, must make hisj
appropriations to charity in lhe spirit
which says, -What things were gain to1
me those I counted loss for Christ." i
nere, however, every Christian is left
to the decision of his own mind, guidecj
by the rules and animated by the love of
Christ. The following feet shows Wesl
practice: -I-.1775. the Accountant
General sent hin copy f ,he excise or!
f fr lhe return PIftte: 'Rev. Sir. al
the commissioners cannot doubt but you
have plate for which you hitherto neglect!
ed to make entry, etc--to which he wrote
this memorable answer: 'Sir, I have two
silver tea-spoons at London, and two fat
Bristol. This is all the plate which I have
at present, and I shall not buy any more
,u umuy around me want bread.' n
Normand Smith of Hartford; deeming hi!
house too expensive to be consistent with!
his rules of Christian benevolence, deter
mined to sell it. An .
Itshed in the newspapers a few years sincj
OI a man wL : i
" ,,cli " a garret, on bread
-airi, um ne might ,ave lhe mor(?
to give. The writer knows ji minister
and his wife who lived without many of
th-comforts of life, tor the same object,
Admit that some have gone to an extreme.
ut isnot this nobler and more accepta
ble to God, than to goto the extreme of
.-."uismg sen, without any denial ? And
ura lO Hn extreme in this di
rection, are there not thousands in the
churches whoimve ; never learned by ex
perience what self-denial is ? And which
is most like Him who had not-where to
lay his head ? As to the extent to which,
sell denial must be carried, - let every
man be fully persuaded in his own mind
as to its necessity to full compliance with
the scriptural rule of benevolence, letev
ery one heed the Saviour's words, if any
man will come after me, let him deny
hmself." And it is to be supposed that
the neh are not excused from the- duty
nor debarred .from the privilege, more'
than the poor!
3. The Ch nstian will
ties, however great, as the discharge of
VOLUME VIII NUMBER 5.
HOW TO GET A VATiu
. , --. mix.
V". Engllsh."asa good-natured
V es, ,0 every possible qaestioh, got em
Pigment asa stable man? Hisiva JeS she
dollars and board, that Was thirty "ix dol
. i ui3 own shirt nrt
stockings, mended and patched hS own
breeches, and laid by his wages T.e
next s,x months, being now ?
gonJEnglish, he obtained eight'dol ars a
848 ; making , all for one year, S84
The second;year. by ryi9iw e
.Wo7W'ng W0d in lh -i'"er. work
ing for the corporation in the summer and
making gardens in the sprinKirfZ
l.unlred dollars; and the next yea Tine
hundred anrl fiftt-.A. jh . . ar one
tUm . J sonars f mak no- in
dourra vr hrirpd and '"-
of land U i he,b,0sKt eighty acres
oi and. It was as wild as when the deer
H Vur I,,i?nd the lndia Pursued-h'm
loy, should he get a living vvbile clear
acJes hl7la ""u toce!i fence ten
Acres , he himself remains in town to earn
ready riSen a degree-he is an employer
In two. years time he has twenty acres
well cleared, a log house and stable a"d
money enough to buy stock and tools He
now rises anolher step i lhe wbrld for
he gets married, and with bis ample broad'
laced, good natured wife, he giv'es un the
town, and is a regular farme l"
many he owned nothing, and never could ""orts of "ome of the firV eiV ,
wafr aVir.d .P-Peot tlfri" d .hPecr,.n
menii r. L. "scu ,u ,aoor as a
'"r uareiy earning a subsist.
ence, and not leave enough to bury Z
Ip Ave years he has become the owner ?
S; t'mP ' a gd fa,with comfort!
We nuures,a prospect of rural wealth an
mdependent life, and by tne blf, g
Heave,, and his wife, of an endlesl posfer'
1V. - 1 WO wnrHc fll . I, .i ' .
j me ai0ry inuustrv
McBRIDE SENT npp
From what has already been made
known, by resolution of the la.e nuh
-j iciaiion to the fiK;,; .
achers from Ohio has r'a'S
is said-intercepted McBride last Sunday
morn.ng, while his -
7 P-. of th -county, and after conduct
d from rr'heline imo Fo"fh. exact.
. r,,"11.'- PWie. nnder fo,
..J .' ,0 leave Guilford and the
S'ate by ,he ensuing Saturday (to dav)
n-er to return 6 send bJ i 0
""f i Hu-neationwhMeveron thesub-
If suVbsTa'nceA if T rrien,S' 3
written pTomias sure!";. tTaThis ple
b?Th0f"ed- i!ei,hror.. doubt!
inrl In 6 S'aIe '' 'be Public
DEFINING THEIR PosiTirrT
On Mondav Ut .... i.-. '
wnicn is as follows: i
4 ResaJrrJ Tl., .... - 1
Hon. lhe , .r. " S'"S V.
fib. Union, Z" iq"!"d' ,be P"lil!,
This is indppfi r.-w. I
x . ILil VV a
course of then "''P
"y question r irAf .u.. -i r 00 .
The Methodist .Fill rs-A 'v.
VIS-. cr,,ded, and sereral Melho.
- ucrgpen We , w define Wh-riitl..ii
is an . . resem. lhe fo low nr we find thenso V .oereshaH
accurate, ,hough brief h ---ccoeon
j Political high nriesrs ...IV. " W4 l!r
an exposition nf ,K.l. "'V a?PeltQr
the Eastern llf 5 Jh .81 Of
44 The R
-rihe State o V i 1 "g' a ''"'holder
ion of ,hi, bod, . Tl"
an exposition of 7hP r view, , sTm
apnlv to v ?h'l we
Hlites. Sum' e r Hale rt?' "ndbU S4t'
Durkee and L.i" '..V Ch"e' Ra,"o.
' higher law" vv lr..U ' one ?
!ot -o Dickinson: CasTHrSli'
...w, v-uuveniion be don th;-
resolved to es.aULk !'a n lhc ,r turn home
hut he nnr,L " ":"l''1'e organization
i "'Uit; "i me puhiie . " -u"prence. whirh
mind in conPn.,0n p., 1 unc sion of th r..A. -r. . . ' :n,CD had Psses.
mi.., i, fcxrxs- "
. "'"i anu emcient direc-
onal ??re" ' 'he a,rair- without per-
sonal violence or abuse hv '
and etTorts of some onheUt'c&f
the count- Tu 1. tuizens ot
itable shonlH L 1. " necome inev- cnan.able fund of Philadelphia.
doubtless pJrceMnZr; pl-I 'T!
intheasn,.f.ur ""gnries snn UHI,U "everdy John-
surrounded Wh!ih h "as j W o 7 -r,. George
i i "w "gru U mse wiVin.it . 7 vuuaie,. - ,j r hnm,. i?,.,
regard slaverv 'i?" nd
pendeii "".V?B,". .1.. T !k Dickinson ' .,IfV.rtre
of hi, offi; er performance I and other,. Z,. TZ'1"S '
.Wh.n, hrh.,l 17",,'1" of bi' ! P'omise-that od ou, ' ,ubn,: J
ii ika ...L separate organization, ma be found, reflected in ll ,k.s. l J
. If any man were to start out to find
ere apnoinied l. ?"!?, "e condition of a nilot. i kTT',
(South) .o ini....br..r"'.,:0.fef!? i a 'nS wy at sea. wi hu 7 Z'Z
tw-PPn Co.. j . ... '-very oi he. compass Whn . " Vr
Ur- Vi. . gnf ftundwd thousand dol coverv will K uempts such a dis-
1; r than ev,r
iuna previous to the spnim
t on and which i. a, pLe, in ?ed .flhe
Methodist hnr.k ooto l.l: .1. .. 111 Ine
v i i 7 . "0,1""smeni o (Jh b pw
Urk and the charitable fund of Ph.Vade Uia
I he counse PmnL,.,i . .. "ucijiiiia.
.-ir . . 1 UJCU on "le part of iKp
iinli fs are Mr n I .. , 1 . " ,Re
, .v..u.,.QI ,nil Um) isodlv oena.
.ion , .V,""""K. ii may he, in a
an obligation. The right to give or with-
noiu at pleasure belongs to God alone
To his creatures God says, "Ye are not
your own and emphatically to his ran
somed children, " Ye are not vour own ;
ye are bought with a price." The very
beginning of the religious life is an act
of entire consecration tn Hori tu pl
s profession is a constant proclama-
fmr tn . i j.i .
of God, when pra ,11 ,IX is conslant Proclama-
ksiUi. .. I , ' "-ansactions ol who bought him with hi. ki....i .!...
who bought him with hi ki- 1 J
, . u'u, uuvers
his estate, his. faculties, his all. What
hast thou that thou didst' not receive?"
Iherefore, ransomed pinner, whatever
mou givest, thou dost h
. iuuci ni il "' nun 111 r. ll (r I H hl il. I
:aUJde,i;..i. :. . r: a- Uod the things that are GodV Sn Pi I (mm 80,000 to 100.000 ", , Z f 3
N 7 " im- felt: " lam d,.b,h,i...u. r . Mormon nersuasinn r"!"' 1 1 e
w.c , nc ot llie moment ? It i . .1- u..,., ",c urreKS ftna ! biding .heir ... . i l'aenuy
1VIORMONS IN ST. LOUIES,
lnefet. Lou.s Republican of ilje 11th
instant states thf , ,J 11111
i r , . " uuuuieu iuormons
Wl that city on the day previous t
LiHRe. VIH nn
. xjjuhjj. une-lourth of
lb .party are from the Eastern States
Wales The1RnleK,fr0m ,Eng'arid nd
Wales lhe Republican also states that
he nurnencal strength of the Mormons in
lhat city is much greater than would at
first be imamnpH it . .l u m
,. . it is tne great tho-
roughlare for those moving Westward -Ihereare
now in the city about three
thousand English Mormons. They have
no church, butattend Divine service twice
. ?ullceri nan; and they cel.
ebrate heir feasts and perform their de
votional duties with the same regularity
I not in the. same style, as their brethren
in thirva U ti i . "fciuren
rf rJm Imve aso theatrical
per ormances, especially for members of
their own persuasion. The spring Mor
mon emigration lor this year will soon
close l he last ship load, consist of sev
eral hundreds, started from Liverpool
some thirty or thirty.five days since and
is expected to arrive dnik- 3 &,nce'ncI
. " "V
i ur.e are now ,n England and iVales
)m nnn inn paies
-rrounded, he pleTgH 3Kh
uelav to ftvrt- k: l . . ' """oui
adiu or A lam r : i uesired. Hisco
aujutor, Adam Crooks, we learn stated to
the committee of the public meet in who
gave him also notice to leavTthar !M
not preach in Guilford County fs fidd of
jabor, we presume, being in'countfes be-
It will be a most gratifying thin- to see
1 CO--vvhich Pa
oeen so unhapily agitated by the nresen
and purpose , ,hes unw-elcome m sTon
"an ouTliu r"e drVn 10 its accustomed
PLANK ROAD MEP.TIXT.
At a meeting of the citizens of Cheraw
id us vicin iv h.M .u. , : yneraw
ing has aLoheen "T! h-
plaintifli." " " " COU"3el lor "
i lm trial i3 sli Koin forward
concluded, we , gite our
ol .1. It a mailer which concern, the whole
country ad one , which every SoU,her man
especially must take a deep i,erest.
those' were T" A'?10. ever
wild r,r .V 0,7a,c"eu tnrough the
11, t r " hern and Western forests
in .he In. ,7.0
for the imaginary philosopher stone !!'
llc0(.e (Ac cowrie o; Ae Demo.
nit or SS Ar" ,he' for ,he CP"
me, or .SCCe,0. or Abolition -Who is
,Zit",0hi,l'atu0lUr,e'and led 'bm
no harm WLe" known th,,t ,n"e was
0 in the J' 'A'"" ',1 "ks f ,he Docra
Th'ev hH i L,g'alnre. on this subject.
oas? " arEe ,rjorU'' kut,bey could
pass no one set of resolutions. ' Some
Xcated Crn,,0,h'rS againSt !,i so
noun l"0"!"'"00"- 'b' di-
,l :. . rt " luc citizens Ot I lPrnu,
ihS; in Hal, I .J", h,
,h . : v: ty n; ?y?r was i r- a ? e,lri a eonreSSi. Sh ditl - -
a".U ll- Reiver an.!rr '.". " ), occ,ireIv. cJifr" .
j On ,he firs, of March, 1813 a ma 111 ! non-in.ercourse others X
disappeared from the Secretary of Mr Wmi" "" PSe f " ch law 5,
Corad, Wiiliam-ton, Oram l.oU ' ' , T, ' P "'""on-most gross violation or the
contained mniiav .. V' 11 i Cons iint nn 'i'u ... ' . lue
nfi .. J J,,?l 'eivea lor a otofcaiile t k 1 ,,rrc was no Un on. no
and valuable notes and papers. It rf ' I harmo"' amongst them. They could a!
posed to be stolen : and th ihr. A T ' gree upon no nUn ... .r?.001?. A
Eent - - ffi. ! Z P--,ar coU; n.,r
ress Thought Sh vio ,,1sier and mi9. , - "a ner oy the ears the whole
lime Stormino- at iU. . . w
.i : "l luc ni2s tor not do rig
somethinir. thniuri, it.Q . .
:Wr' Zr7v !t0,he barbarians."- But why a d h .or j nM " ch a vov
itsincJe?' l u ""W rather than a giver? Because hTT ' Th Morm?n,home in Salt Lake Valley.
eabsen ow ? W ! are We aM debtors to the ignorant, th. ! are mostly-persons of limh. 'L? 2.
Kiona. il;: r r ,ng -i -n, bUt bought withr
Wto&Z m"7S,,t1 he lam-j are we all debtors to th. ; 1 7XZ ! ar . i 7 ? V LncleS' Thp:
f..e Wr. -nay. Jeavinir its t,rL,i . I fe wu uie ! ,ow,, Ul """'eu means, how-
osulfcr wi(hout carina fn., T ueprayeu ot whatever na- n 1 emy years nence probably,
ivanrti i. - 1 car,ng lor their Hon : nnr ,Un . . tbev wi nnt all u.i 1 y
, UIS N(fnr..i., .1 ' "'" mV iniO I IP I rtfWc
W. It iS r;....,- -rtneir tion; and when we nav into ,h. I
U.. su : """I'"'"" nfi --y for their ben;fi?. must JTOhl
ecriimki . .V . . iUC uo?P eat of , Lord onndml n !,: . . .
I ....HS wrneti a from th.ir L , ' . 1 . s ' ,e inai vve nave
feflrilt ... , . mm lhe,r Rasters prepared Cometh nf thin- u.a i ..
r, :rU,embstothemas.fthin.own it." dnu ?s aI1 ' . -7
: 1 U0': f Gd-not wbofeavei rnLtto .
is- j notning. Out against those who gavU what ! established by a gemlemah f W''
he j as of inferior value-" Ye have robbed I Chester, Enllnd IZt J Man.
:u i ,
7UI e the !rtrr , i
i . , . 5- 'e" v t. til me ruriio
" Wur civ uon or
18 H whi; : " ' U,e Uftr,s I ,,oin,n Dut gainst those who gav? what
rorriol'onof Gr s mcome the was of inferior value Ye have robbed
:fnt ,lr i f Qtf s S,ory the advance- God."- : , rbbed
i'T . io expend
thry will ot M IZ'? ?0''
I n ii ,nPur,ng during the comin
fall will probably be unusually iar-e "
ot. j0uis Uerald.
"u part to give.
nd ' r
t0 TOAUSE THE TREES TO THRIVE.
I A'aMIK. I . ...III . . '
iti 7 H" - u ro win not tnrive. if the pv
fc-Af J ;.hrW!an will recognizeith. ,!. JA. lo.w,,?.to. form a d around them.
::taJrl Does Ufviv i 'ouid, therefore, be kept clean and
" 'J:.: "?,?. l&a'. T 1 &,Ve thR ear,h mellow, to the distane. n hA .
'diuC: ... ll,S .:iAr ,-t ad them, and ;y"-
IM. t IT. ' ' U ITS on (1J tf m r r f ' luiiliit some Well rnllpn mo U...I.
,r- ,r ".1n0t fi"d H co""''"t to dl'S around each tree, and every spring,
" within m.wt 1. the bodips of th. ri r " - e".''
ost W., , u , WSi Miy, oreven-the .u....: . v' "rH,r pear,, pium; and
V. .1 !.
S'Stlt rRVrte,J 10 ! -'NSTITUTION-FOIVTHB-DEip
tlPt-t lfllnat Sr.nnlnra l.... r AVh lTTvir -T
n, ' , " reUeratei! i .i:.J . ! 5qr., of this nlao. n nirB L.L
knW PVen i'o all the inspired Zh fon for the Deaf and
LlMctinc, th ol, P.,reU i Dumbvn Place of L. 0'R. Rran,h
rttbaih.r c -""stian ,fe. whodeclihed the anDo;ntm.n Tnrrr
r??4Wl w I"3 "-itutbnvndns
h Wu' ? wJlch wt b eathe j ''Pf gentleinen : Alfred Jones, Esq.,
ihinir'iJ gist's heart
i y 10 lbc potest
x manner ot ma c
ins need ps
. ""u as very interest-
ng-some sixteen different processes be
ing necessary fnr thdi. -
. j uiupieiion. J he
wire from which they nre made is Z
ported from England. It iscutin.o lengths
behC'entKfr I1"'" needleS each- and after
being rubbed straight they are pointed
upon a stone, at the rate t one hundred
per minute. Thev are ih
impressions preparatory for the eyes
Whirh aru n.l....l l ' CJr!lt
nf fif V '.u-,,l"ucu a Press at the rate
Ot hltv a minnto ,..
r- - ..uuier machine to be filled
lasnionpfi mt u 1 -
Thttrri lur ns 01 needles,
lhe hardening ,s now done by a hot fur
naee. anrt thoi r. . s 1
, ... .. j nnerwards tempered
traigUtened and gathered into bunches
of about 50,000 each, which are saturated
ith oil and emery, tied in a cloth and
placed ,n a'trough with a heavy plank
moving backward and forward over ibem
so that, alter some nine days chafing in
this manner they are relieved of imper
fections and rendered smooth enough for
. he final polishing. The temper is then
taken nm nl th. 1 j, y . "
t . V. " - ' nim l"yaredri ed
to Drevnt tlie ...: .1 . M
1 v-uiiuijj me mread
1 f hiss ior not doing
something', thniurh ih. . b
rn. - r" were potverie
! The courxr of th n.. . 1 . "
' '"V"J luc "ject ot the meetino- in k. er 8la,e'n?nt3 proved false Hr rh eK- . 7 , r'ocrauc 1'arty on
the consideration of the 0rOnri g f 'hen 8ent ber Lexil a:d f, mas,,e1r the suct slavery ! What barefaced
fing with the citizen of 7oPr n Lli m' I Xhin- Was X mly'6 ',d" r1. Prmption ! Ever since
in the conSfr,,Mi. ' orln rolina ; unji ,he f,f Anr:, T!y or drawer ,hp-V listed that arranf tr;f i
Cheraw to C N. a' an.w-w.r i e.fe
ine meeting then, on motion of n,- T 7 ' U'"h aU i,s cont' entire w Vs a norc man with
E. Vowe, Resolved un-oZ, XT' 1 S m drawer in the secre" v' i f0''" P"ncipWr their 'course' has
is practicable and expedient t wb 't had slipped byaendent iMr. J' I a devious, and zig-zag one. Thdv
a Plank Road from Cheraw t CnStrucl -i ,edla s,ale,"e"' f 'he above I f, ai ( 1 haVe tack(-l! itii every breeze fralerni?
on the North Carina is nea 7?V ?T Kl " '".I0"'1 ,h- him" ! -ith men of all, principles ; formed
Folly. ,,na ,Ule near "Sht's ; ha at,d 7 accident, ,hnt ,he drawer in I c'tons with ceio and aboliZk
fr I" 'his place where i w.1a r.,,i n- .. i .v.v. n mi,,f k.. ;. (woiiuon-
una ZT ThUatMal, Es1- j," T'-'t"'!, -b. i X aims a , d a'r STa!
appoiSby'c tar, fib ::id3,nd'naS,e:' - hi' i f sun':riorily' 'hat thc cou'e of the De"i
the citizens of ior,h cTo'l 1 , V'uh " Mr desire now fir., o(i , , , i moat.c party on that subject deserves
subject of construe L such a'RPT ""i 1 and l" P relt rVI, cT ' COmra'd'"lion,- We 8i to whom
report to an adjou led meeti f ' 'y acltno'lpdrni.nt of her nnocence anil I P "f m '?k 'r " faith t To.
Town and vicinity. " "'S of ll,B , 8ilt charged i ea "o'e c f", ' "j ,Ja,V,!' '" V" uren. to Itantotfl
The Chairman Ihen 1 , u , ' '""'S- 1 PrV that ,h, may hare ,1,1 1 1 i "'''" ' To Wi'""'t himself, the ve
following person woudc :fi'hat ! " !' 1 ' fho boasIS f having made ore
committee, vi2 : D. Jt ',m ' 1- lP, 'h,e !""'d n'' , And "-. ' i.h to c.rre", i lie , ' t's da' and generation againsf
David. Ksn n -Vi. ' H"")' .Ls1 J- A. ""predion of her guilt and lev i : ! . i ? v"y than lhe most suceessf.,1 rK.
Inglis. Esq', and Maj J A jlnnr"6' J A" "T"'"' ,hs ' wh i "l"Jni"If ? , We old advise he wi
J- A. Inglis, Eq' the,', iT1-,' u I?! fr ,"ear'' ",e i'C''ce,. en "ho drtw and reported the llesolu!
meeting-that trie I , ed the l lasily. ihat ihe perusal ol narrvive "on wl'ich we have referred lo reenl,
at its S se Lion asledatUre ? Ms S,,e "uilv " '"W '.''"- " H - - e ; sid" the matter, and vindicate their cha
izino- ind viHnlk P . a:' ct- auth"-- 2 s P"" T ,ers- li"l"rs- "'" ""'h-rs ,ha, i mclPr fr statesmanship Thev will K.
nies, and receive hei Cha ?. r ,mp,a' : ,cd ' C""eC- ' .f'T 1 Pokin8 ,un the meeting!
t'ff'1' -.r of ,he.'00kS "1 mUC" "-if
S v w"?of : ,f. hr ?:ir, ! 1
the LegislatureY and unonTr"0"- b' Whelher he ? "I, S,X A,,Eh,c,.vs L.,p,soxE0.W0
the meeting IfeWrerf unM?mKTr.r; i (A",) C. ! b)' a'elegraphic dispatch from No'w
the Committee, alreadv;0..r.ti .. ! ns, tha advices have been tbere re-
I teieu, ot trie Steamer n,,M H.,.-.
IMcKop. VV W Voce c? iv un
iip I it v " "oc;- v- vvniting,oam.
"! L H'NYnan -emiahjNin, Es-
iw. neiotlli JUarolina Star.
liver's Clhnllenrr T ' r- i
tnA i" . ,""'"'6c--i"in ivennedy, of
lUId Kentnr.L-. mi, k ...:n .
rtr.. , .J0"13 "in except Tom
l2i3T??r8il,,t,.c,-ch"l,'",e- f"rone ou-
;S&nfl flrtllarff H . i
aajs Qe is a poor me
chanic. ?He had better, therefore, stick
to hts work and not disgrace his calling.
The meeting th'on
A. MAPPadt XT r
H at t o , i resd t.
- wtl, y . ;
Cheraw, May27, 1851. j
It is the opinion of trooti., 1 u .
this region, that a Plank Road from this
place to Gold Hill, would pay
dividend. If the people belo
Plank Road from CherW U
will put a ball in motion herei-no other
more important matter clainiinW their at
tentton at the time. ! s
Vv bnnir n.
Progress of the Short dress Movement.
Wp finrt rll : .1 i
... .uiivmg m Ine uoston 1 rav.
tu. nt 1
ine urniara poor ivory carvers have
prepared many beautiful works for the
Great Exhihitinn Th. Pnnluri it ; o-:J
,u"V'"iik in me uosion i rv. r.P.na
e er 4i A ' T. l. l ! i',rt',riJ ueiiiiiui works ior tne
on X Ts de Th U"h,a d"P bor-'er : primitive tools with which this beautiful
for adie, iLrJl g0dS .aLe ,ntcndfd 1 ttorl! is executed. The feel of the work
he lll t ,? SSeS' and ,he width of 1 men have the dexterity of another pair
the cloth , comprise the length of the j of bands, as they make use ol them ii
I picking up their tools, etc. j