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' ivr veor Two DbLts payable in
:T-i ifniHW In adjance.Two Dollars
SVnt will bf C&argeJ. I ,.
,,fl V I'jr raclMMT',urnlin?erI'on- Coutordera
t per cr utVlUjjlK-r tha nj thrse rales. A lib-
Muc'uon l6l!.' tio advcjrtiw by the Sear.
P . ' T
I A N .JUIXU'.
rhnriti of all limes
vVrVwhere, most particularly during
.'.....t: nrht. afloat': 1
I 'oiJ'isville?, KT. bnsts ofhe most learn
" j one of the wisest judges o ho
ju'ion the bench in thp country His
. i i.-.. l.ril liari, Iv i 1 1 rlmi hps thf rl..
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J- J- BRUNER, jf' , -'. ' XMn' ,!;.. ( NEW SERIES.
I " Keep A CHECK UPON A.L TOUR ' TvSSSM-' Do this, and Liberty is safe."
Editor $ Proprietor. L Rulers. - ' j T 7en'2 ifarrn. ( VOLUME VIII NUMBER 14.
SALISBURY N. C,
From Ike Mattel's "Jleceries a Bachelor."
VhTe are thfy ? j
0tav in ,tlUt Sfajp, which will I cannot sit now, as once, upon the ed:e of
eCt.j(.rits for "jir cotnjitijr tiint. At ih hrimk, hour afir hour, flinging off my line
! litis th .shrew I. suml, digrjificd an(1 hook to nihhling roach, andfeckon it
ir ' 'n-rv hl the Hu'dire.- ffotihi nir 'great sport. There is no girl wiih atihurn ring
vpr. ' t' j ... v ! " . 1 1
At l!Hit luf Is iomejfiin;
THURSDAY, AUGUST 7,
There was a tall woman who opened the
doojr, she did not know me ; but I recognised her
a9 bae of the old servants. 1 asked
house keeper first, thinking I would
Isabel. My he art fluttered somf whatl thinking
she might step in suddenly herself; or
that she mtht have seen me coming up the bill.
But even then, I thought, she woul
' , S.lMl Slidt
tfts nota iinn inhis'rHir. The hour -ate shorter ttanlhy were then!;
r - - ... !
T.ii". 1 . ...L ..1 1 and the little joys that furms
it one Jtldge Loiigsfreet w uld . , .V . ? , .
.1 11 ill l ,,,r' inn uan 1111 11 11
writ" a ntM'K, wciri wouiu iciUu
1 jJr. Cauadi'aii ivould he edipsed.
ijn uur way to,'Charlefton, saysj the
,.f of tliis veracious! story, Judge
.ir.M-t. alu r a long Silence saVk to
IJrown. although gocjf
me and ttlv iinun the hank
. ? . r . ; : Know me.
Presently the housekeeper came ir)
d friends a$ we
-Iit us travel "s(vn)grrsi together ijntil
r iuru horned This serried a strange
r)oiuoti. co nrng notn inumaie an
.mintanct', :iti(; 1 knevy ru)t what to
kc ol it. 1 lt- J U(J
Drill uji'mi f i! ' 1
to asx-nt to the stranpe proposition.
Irom that tnoinriit thuj mantle of the
'"p Was I' ll hdliimi, anrl he who was--r
. ' .1 .. 1 - i 1 i- .
nt to t. ann ienu grace a no uigntiy
he-same, such as corntnandeU the rev-
jce ol all men, was the rawest and
uncouth ivftituclvian jextant. Irinu-
able -ye re th( jokes ar)d tricks uj)on
hed boyhood till
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no ronger. roor
Tray is deaoV long ago ; and he cannot ewirri
into the pools for floating sticks, nor can I spoil
wi;h him hour after hour and think It happiness
The mound that covers his grarve is sunken';
and the trees that shaded it ace broken and
The gentleman did wish it, and she
on one side of the fire; for it was autumn, and
the leaves were falling, and the November
winrJi were very chilly.
Shall I tell her thought I who I am and
ask at once lor Isabel ? I tried to asik but it
HARD RUN. j . j I
We clip from a late number of the
North Carolina Standard the following :
" SENTIMENTS OF A NEUTRAL.
From the Raleigh Register.
HON. WILLIAM A. GRAHAM.
This distinguished gentleman arrived ! cution but vindicated it in elaborate char
enactment as the. Fugitive slave ilaw.
True, it does nothing more than enforce
the covenant of the constitution, j But it
is a Legislative acknowledgment, of oor
rights and the provision of a sanction for
their observance, such as I fear, could not
have been procured for many years pro
ceding. - '
Cut this is but a part of the benefit.
The Judiciary of the Unifed States Fas
tains this law in spirit and intent. The
Justices and Judges both of the higher and
inferior courts, have every where met the
responsibilities imposed upon them by it,
and in a manner, and with an ability,
learning and fortitude, worthy of the dis
ciples and successors of'John Marshall.
They have not only maintained it in exe
1 I ; L I -I a
in .his City on Friday las,. route for 21???, M
We copy from the last number pf the j ash.ngton from bs residence in Hills- : Ve are a people of precedents, and of
Southern Advocate, edited by the Rev. borough. He received, on Saturdav, the habitual reverence for the oninions of th
f tlflfk T llltr Is C I n . .. .Ji !:,
I l i i .iiit n . I, j waj hard lor me to rail her name ; it was very
married; and she has another little Lilly, with I u ,i m . . u
,i l i ii- i j I strftnge but 1 could mot pronounce it at all.
tlaxen hair, she says looking as she used to Uvu i -j u i L
ii-ii - A I i I , bo. sir? said the hou&ekeeper. lb a voice
look. I dare say the child is pretty, but it is j Crtoapr,, , , , .u
i. , ( . . w -1 1 tji , I- i i c . uiui si, jinai 1 ijt ai UUCP illlU LIUSSru iiic
'Ibe 'Judgeuns either crazy no Lilly Shehasa httle boy too ihatha ro0m and looU her ; hand : ou klow me.'
1 jtiaU- HO Choice 4 -"' rogue sne wri.es, ! -.a i ,v,m cr . n.., v
.,.-.,.., as rjjischievousas ever t was. God b ess I c;lq , , . : , , j u
' I 'iJri I LtlJ II y . I ihfl car OH unlh irnrica Km ianAi'Biiid hoc.
I I 1' 1 m. L i 11 ... - W . . -
ouiwrn impie. me louowing arucie in s visits of many ot his numerous friends Judiciary, under the hih Mnrtinm f f.
looking i relation to the crisis. The Advocate is an.i iHr nn u,, mnrn;n ror ,l. , ficial oaths. These Judiriiil ,MrM
very grave: she asked if the gentleman wished j an independent neutral paper, and; what of Government Xhp sur,"inpH Pnrrps will do far more to correct vitiated pub
to gee her. ; ! it says is, therefore, entitled to the atten- i . ' J r v I
sat down j live consideration of men of both par- j dence has been handed us publication, j 2umenls of glHle;men 'or polilicians on
ties.' ine admirable letter of Gov. Crauam will the floor of Congress.
Then follows the article, which we do , commend itself to every true-hearted man ) Nor, is this alL The rxecutive of the
not copy, simply because it is unimportant, i ftS an able and patrio'tic defence of the United States stands ready, in every case
What we are at a loss to understand is. Compromise and the Union le-a,l" rrquirinn it. to bring the Military
why the remarks of the "Advocate ' are ' i power to the aid of the civil officer, in the
entitled to any additional weight because I Laleu.h. July 2G, 1851. execution of this Law. And hfte. I shall
it is an " independent neutral paper." j Hon. William A. Graham. j not he restrained, by any appnftension of
We have some recollection of a ppspec- j Dear Sir : On behalf of your numerous ! being thought guilty of adulation by the
tus of the "Advocate" published a year aj friends in this City, we greet your arrival 1 censorious few, from doing an act of Jus
go or more, in which the Rev. Editor among us with sincere pleasure. j tice to the Chief Magistrate of a nation,
bound himself to oppose with might and Having resided here for four years as i'1 bearing my testimony to the "clear
main" Internal Improvements. Sons of the Chief Magistrate of our State. w pn ness in his irreat ofliep" with whirh h
, , Kea-ar.ae intt.ecocn ; j Ha(J committed some mistake, or bee in some Temperance, and all other things of a like , bear high and faithful testimony to your j has trodden the path of duty, in regard to
that carried me away to school has had a i , m n T., , i rpL . j . . . . . . .i . : . i ' 1
x Laiicu iu ti
nra-il maul ri da ctrrailan .ti .ilo ..sJt J
7,1 .i i , i r , ' r i and asked for Isabel.
nrtiu wurs, ijTprniifi rtu oi me. lie uoes noi
rake up the falling leaves for bajifires as he did
once ; he is grown to be man, and is fighting
his way somewhere in our Western world, to
;rU rv that -kept me it? constant roar the short lived honors of time. He was marri-
auhter until we returjned home, j ed not long ago; his wile I remember as one
nchullled Jiisi long ghwky form jnto of my playmates at my first school ; ; she was
lndi"f par!()Ur at th! clerk s hptel beaulilul, Imt fragile as a leal, bhe died with-
in a vear ol iheir marriage, nen was out tour
years my senior ; but his grief has made him
ten years older- He does not say Jt, but his
eye aud figure tell it.
The, nure who put the purse invmy hand that
dismfal morning, is grown a feeble old woman.
She was over tilty then ; she may well be sev.
eniy juiw. She did not know my voice when
I went to her the other day, nor did she know
my Jace at all. She repeated the name when
I -told it her Paul. Paul, she did not remember
tall, that's soipie pumpjkiiiH !' IJrave uny Paul, except a liitle boy a long while ago.
lit: Lorn, i co wcurnbers and all.: by 'To whom you gave a purse when he went a
ifr com !' right! smart place "'ay, and toluVhim to say nothing to Lilly or
-y've got dow'5. here !' What tnayi he '',, 'You, that Pawl, said the old wo-
nrice ol cortijmarm. w;here they ;rad" r,Mn xltingly do you kiiow h,im?
h mighl.y limtlhings under leet Illiis
ir wo1 stopped; he the drew he dam-
chair up to frje polished fendepi upon
t;cli he placed fis feet, and deposited
quid upon Ifie.Jiearth. 1 he ladienihe
n o spread. ,Ion't move, ladies; dbn't
uhlc youiselves ; it's only I, just in fom
Kentuck.' .. With hat,i coat and ilnit-
stn. he leisurely surveyed the premi-
Ito'thd! very figures in tjhe carpet, com--
Litmg to himajllf Uion leach arficlf
She turned paleterribly pale,
said she. '
Yes, Bella.' SirBella is dead.'
1 dropped into my jchair. I said nojt a word
The housekeeper : bless her kind heart. I
Madam, i pernicious tendency. The Standard is i eminent social worth, as well as your ex- i this statute, without usurpation, ostenta-
j i . j .. : . c .C4-: . - ' i. i i-.- i . r ... -.1 .
uecioeuiy in javor oi otaie improvements anea political virtues. ' non or evasion, witnout vanity, tear or
especially th N. C. Rail Raid. Now I As the Head of a most important and reproach. Such concurrent action on the
since jthe Rev. BurWjejl Temple is entitled ' interesting department of the National j P;rt of every department of the Federal
to so inuch "consideration" on the subject Government, we feel gratified by the abil- ! Government not only gives to us the pro
of the! crisis, why is he not entitled to e-; ity and impartiality with which it has ! tection of a public authority, but cannot
! final ihonsidprAtinn nn thp si.h.pp.r nf noh- ! hppn ndmini'sf prf. In- vmi " A nA acn I hut have, a s;iliitarv pflppt in Kri n rri n rr
i,a.id n.lcn nJll r...f !Vl it lift H. nnra nL'Ur 1 ... I . . . 1 .... . ' - ' I . . . ' . V "
T'ru "r'3 ' : J 7 . . ; ' ; lie mtfprovements Js not the gentleman . cially, do we admire the unflinching zeal, i ack the people of the non slaveholding
nd when I told her 'she would not have
believed it ?' But she did ; aud tok hold of 'my
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uiii i ursi kin, nuiieu 111 ine uucmii 11 ap- , X, k r
1. :-... itJ. 4..t ii . ; . t iv ii . 11 mu again. ( i.ir snu was ijiinc 1 ana then smootn
.rance, IinalK put the ta(ir ones to flight. , , . ( - '"-n - i- .1
Hie landlord soon rnaUe his appnar : . ' 1 1 1 .1 7
:r;and po ite y inlormi his customer K( 1 1 w , u , 1 , ,u u
I J S , I IP m -in nrl thi to In mt c nr alirtnl ha nln
It he had ina'de a misfake ; that he yas 1 '1 i...i'i.u 'a ; Qtorwar,a
of place iithat root 1. ' You don't !.anj she Ciled me . ;ir someiimes and some.
stranger, you can t tconie that old
! , Ain't tlris ere a tai'ern V
'pon beipg jinade to u tide rst and' jhis
ice. he consented to i liy tin? ollice fre.
Your name; sir pleask register yur
Tie. says the cleric, pointing ttf the bo(ik.
l)u,ahat ' ''. f i
j J 9 mil. 4ii vi j "tn-
and the clock ticking mournfully within.
I did not sob, nor weep nor utter aiy sound.
The clock ticked Imournfully, and jthe birds
were singing ; but I djidrnot hear them iny long,
er ; there was a tempest raging withinj me, that
would have drowned the voice of thunder.
It broke at length in a long, deep sjigh 'oh
God !' said I. It may have been aj prayer ;
it was not an impreciation. j
Bella sweet Bella, was dead ! It seemed as
if without her half the worluwas dea( every
bright face was darkened every sunshine blot,
ted out, every flower whhered, eviry hope
extinguished ! !
i I walked out into fhe air, and stood tjnder the
trees where we jiad iplayed together vVith poor ;
a Lodo under a "neutral" cloak 1 Ashbo-
and efficient labor, and the enlightened states to a sense of their obligations un
CAPE FEAR AND DEEP RIVER
We learn from the Wilmington Herald,
that forty-five Hungarians arrived at that
port on Saturday last, to labor on the a
hove works. The Herald says : "They
are a motly set squalid and dirty, and
altogether unlike in appearance the noble
and unfortunate Magyars of Austrian op
pression. Y'et these people poor and hum
ble as they seem, lived once under the
government of Kossuth, and upheld his
i talent, with which you have defended the
1 great and noble cause of the Constitution
and the Union.
der the constitution, and convince" those,
who are sincere, that instead of conscience.
requiring their aid in the escape of the
Pray where Tray lay buried. But if was not j banner against overpowering toes., V hat I
Tray I thought of, as I stood there, with the cold j eventfuH changes have not therr lives
times 'Paul.' But" I aked her only to say
Paul ; she seemed glad for fhis and talked ea
sier ; and went on to tell of my old playmates,
and how we used to ride the pony poor Jacko !
and how we gathered nuts uch heaping
piles ; and how we used Lo play fox and gese
ihroiirh the long winter evenings ; and how
my poor mother would smile but here I
witnessed what deeds of bravery may
not some of them have performed."
On the 23d inst. 18 more of these per
sons arrived at Wilmington in the ship
Leroy from N. York, and more are daily
These men passed through Fayetteville
r n t K o r Ck r t r thoii lott i no t inn IMir
I Ill i I IWU t & llll II ltOUIMUOWi 4. tJ'T
lx- .-v.-vn kn II I hi'. I rllrmV3 uriaOO IT 111 I T C 1 W w
j. ' , ,. .7 ,, i , r ! are much better looking than we expec-
axis, and makes you dizzy, with the clatter ot , . , . . e . ' c
its wreck 1 ! ted, and certainly it is a great change of
The housekeeper fold me all little jby little,
as I found calmness to listen. She had been
wind playing through my hair, and my! eyes fib
licg with tears. How could she die why
was shfr gone V: Was it really true Was
Bella indeed dead in her coffin buried 1
Then why should anybody live ? Vhal was
there to live for, now that Bella was gone.
Ah. what a gap )n the world is made by the
rteath of those we love ! It is no longer whole,
!e better than she. loved her
dead. a month"; Lilly was with her through it all;
she died -sweetly,- without p'ain, and without fear
what can angels; fear? She had spoken of.
ten of 'Cousin Paul ; she had a parquejt for him
but it was not there ; she had given itjinto Lib
lu2 baaninrr !
4 . i . I- .l i i ...u.. l:..J f 1 J H'f, i
S .or unc.r. wr. . o,u. Mini. ,Mn, , vC , hmJsekee to,d me wa, 0.
with h books in the house o the h.l, and j j iM,e wfty nff (rom hef homehside the
who used to Tighten me sometimes with his i J- , " , . i . ! i. .r..r
. , - r -"tic ii' grave of a brother who died long years uetore.
looks, he revv very fee be alter 1 Ie I, and a i . ,l . ,. T. ' ... i .,
. ' r J ' II ti'utit ihorn that pvpnimr I hft moiinn was
The country people said I hat he I , . . , c , rr, , i i :i ' ,i ,
II hirrh anrl Irpeh I hft sons nail not closed lf.
Write vour -vriafne. sir. in that liofiki'
. " ,, " ' O- III . . .Til II .1
10. Villi .eflflt eonie rb;.t ',., nn ' ;Ke(1 Sl"P' OUe CO,,1(J 1101 naVe ffnP
VJnn bnvv. fnr nmr,. nLmu'iUn nl, : " ,n,,ch l""' r I believe she loved our
h. . i ! , house and neoplt
mm sir ef i promised ine old man " '
i i i ... i . own.
.cr wonju rjue any ooiiy m paper ; I tie
coon did that himself, liusst up, and left
Young'uns fo io foot. -That's one rl'a
1 can't write, that's another reason.
tint got tiuf, name, and that s t'otjier
5,wn ? was mad ; and Isabel with her sweet heart
t .supper our greenhofn jaunts down 'clung to him, amr would lead himont when
tr the thlde 'among tluladies. where it his step tottered, to the seat" in the garden, and
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thought, sal est by the servants to reil(' l" him out of the books he loved, to hear.
ve him. ' I ' , Aud sometimes, ihey told me, she would read
fortune with some of them, for if vye may
judge from the delicate appearance of
their hands, they have not been used to ; despatch denies me the pleasure of ac
hard toil. There is one woman j in the j cepting your very kind and obliging invi
company. Fui. Carolinian. j tation. in behalf of my friends in Ral-
j eigh, to a public dinner. I however, beg
How 4o Draw the Sinners. Several I those, by whom it is tendered, to be as
years ago we were a resident of north i Sl""ed, that I received it, as new manifes
western Louisiana, near the confines of; talion nf lheir friendly regard, and of the
Texas. The people there, as a general hospitality of a community towards which
! thing, were not much given to religion, j1 shal1 ever cherish grateful recollection.
An itinerant preacher happened along in 1 not merely on account of the kind offices,
i : I i i i .i : u ; . . -i i i i ii it l urn' iiihh niiiiii. p t pr pr fp f r ntr
,,u. j ,u j.., n,.i,t ; me neienoornoou uuruiir uns uenriu ui . o r - -
ces, and gave a ragged and terrible lopk to the j religion, and set about repairing the walls
grave. The next day, I laid them all sjmooih ' of Zion in good earnest. But his success
as we had once laid them on the grave of Tray ; was poor. Not o'er half a dozen could
-4-1 clipped the long; grass, apd set a tujft of blue j be got together at his Sunday meetings.
We have the honor to invite you to par- slavp, or a passive indifference in regard
-w . v. . I.I a
to mm, it demands that tliey shall give
their assistance in all proper cases for his
recapture and surrender. Need I add,
that a large part of the press, the pulpit
and the public men of the North, at the
head of whom stands the great expounder
of the constitution, are also on cur side in
While these good influences are at work
on our behalf in the non-slaveboldinff
States, and the Government throws over
us the shield of its protection, in main
taining the compromise, it is with un
feigned regret, that I perceive in our own
section of the country, some who, while
professing a willingness to abide by it,
disparage it in such terms as to persuade
all others not to do so; others who regard
it as of no effect, and are ready to reagi-
i tate the whole subject of slavery, ad in
Raleigh, July 2Gth, 1851. finilum ; while others denounce it, as a
n ,7 iii . .i . .i j most intolerable grievance, making a real
Gentlemen: 1 deeply regret, that the' , , - ,.f - , (
c ' - . ' i ctsus (, and justifying a llevtilution oi
necessity of pursuing mv tourney, on my I ,, , - , , ., ,
. w l . Vu n i the Government, under the name of sc-
iriui ii iu nuiiiuoi, nil rill CUII eiiiein
take of a Public Dinner, at such time as
will suit your convenience.
With sentiments of high esteem,
Your ob't. servt's,
XV. D. HAYWOOD.
J. H. BRYAN,
C. L. HINTON.
H. W. MILLER.
E. B. FREEMAN,
H. W. DUSTED.
SHAS. E. JOHNSTON,
B. F. MOORE.
J. F. TAYLOR,
C. B. ROOT.
A. . . . - l .1 III ; . .. I til.. I i 'Tr" '""r -' "
ail callji r inquires the French , IO n,m iiome 'PUS '"a.1 1 " Vu"e" 10 , "J ! violfts at the foot and watered it all w th tears. Determined, however, to create an inter
I' , ,,r '? " a,,(I K H1"' ne .'riThe rromeead, theitrees,
the fild. the mend. ! qm K otnro loitt'intr trio n a i rr hi hfr rtfc hf
ii ... ini r j inon nrntir i nrr iiiirii- i r u i .- ... i. . t. u
".r. i- - ."j"V" " " ,f . !Sows-inthe windy November, looked dismally. nrocured nrinted handbills and had them
t ii. . . . . 1 irppj in I hp meaoow ft i.iii hp roii i nn v sh.iUP : ,i ... ... ;' s t im . .. ' 1 i i.
ianu ca a Acairi tlie nnrstmn is -1 " . . y . 1 couib not like inem asain l iiKeq noining
' I , liu lm-iil ?iiirl f ii i il I f I CdrlAl h I II IT !4 I i i 1 1 1 lirtl UI . . .- . . . . ,
p"-. 0 - m : hut the little mound that 1 had presjsed over
and teeo.e ne Dad giown. Rlfl'a nrn-P i-ThirP h, s!pfln5-thk sleen of
i' w o - - ; r "T r
h M I ' I . , I I I .1
r. "men ik ideiinerateiy placed upon
f uJe ol Ins plate. Beef stake, ham,
t ... I .. .1 J . i. : I . .- i i- . i
. ' lyiiii; cim! passed uy ine
'ers vyas pjed upon bis plate. This
M puzzled Ifellow brings a cup of
i. which H, deliberately placed upon
They wrote me afterwards thai he died, and
was buried in a faraway place, where his wife
once lived, Mid where he now sleeps beside her.
Isabel was struck with grief, and came to live
tor a time with Lilly ; but when they wrote me
last, she had gor.e hack to her old home -
fating -of tripled the attention of those where Tray was buried where we had piay-
(r iiiHkat ; tlai table. One prudish old ed toireiher so often, through, the long days of
'11 1 - , y' mf j
'J tw isted J)er folded visage into some- Summer.
nr ' " i i . , . i i ..i.i t i .i c..4 1 .1 ... i T
' iikc a sneer, wnic sne lived tier Lwasgiao t snouui umi wn mere, worn i
Another Chivalry Idea. The Columbia
(S. C.) South Carolinian publishes at length.
With much eulogy, a Fourth of July Qratjon in
posted up in every conspicuous place in
the district, which read to the following
effect : ;
Religious Notice. The Rev. Mr. Bla-
my residence among them, hot of asocial
intercourse, which dates back almost to
my boyhood, and enrols among the citi
zens of Raleigh many of my most esteem
ed and trusted friends. To retain their
good opinion will be to me, always, among
the comforts of life, as well as an assur
ance, that whatever my furtune may be
stow, has been obtained by no derogatory
I cannot discuss these various positions.
But it cannot escape observation, that the
advocates of all three of them are most
anxious to obtain a recognition of the doc
trine that a state may at pleasure secede
from the Union, and that after such de
claration of secession, there is no longer
any power, in the Government of the Uni
ted States, to enforce the Laws of the
United States within our limits. Thoir
anxiety and zeal for this doctrine in theo
ry, places the two classes of persons first
adverted to in the same category with the
practical secessionist. If the fact be un
deniable, that one is for immediate seces.
sion. and another solicitous to have his
right recognized to do so with impunity,
it is difficult to perceive how he could
more' effectually aid and encourage him
to that fatal result.
Nor can I dwell on the doctrine of se
or unworthy means
YTou have been pleased. Gentlemen, to CPSSjon further than to say. that it is ut
ney will preach next Sunday, in Demp- rRb?r in terms, more complimentary than j terly-inconis:ent with and repugnant to
the constitution of the United States ; and
sey's Grove, at 10 o'clock, A. M.j and at deserved, to my humble services, in the
4 P. M., Providence permitting. Between administration oi a department ot theuo-
r: .. r : .:7l : c . ,...4 1 tt.o ci-t-;c tKo nrhpr will n.n hi Rnr. vernment, and in ine caue oi ine Uonsti-
lavur ill lilllliruiilir prtrsi(ju, ui uii,h nc guc : nn. on 101 m. j;i i.i4v,mi ...... ..w
the following telling peroration: 1 ! rel mare. Julia, against any nag that can tution and the Union. Called suddenly
Nay, so easy the triumph, and so bloodless ; be trotted out in this region, for a purse of and unexpectedly, from the retirement of
the victory, that we fear not that evenja bodkin five hundred dollars!" j private lite, to an important and respon-
in her snul.deiermined nrasn mitmt achieve it m, L 1 . 1 o". T).. . sible trust, at a time of much excitement
r eyesuinon the overladen plate cf Xame back L and Be9 were bo,h ,ivin asainst a world in arms, in a cause so pano- i , , ' " .ui on National affairs, I did not hesitate to
apparently Igreen Kentuckian. , i earer to the 'y whea Ulaaded from my long . p,ie, in lru,h and justice. , iiocweu mom iu jua, ur., mm c.i r distinctiotlf which j coaceived to
Wait a fnin ite, mumjind mixingjthe ' j"rney over the seas; but stilll went to Isa. j The orator, says ihe New.Orleans Bulletin, i 10 see in singular preaciervyas en. e tendered in my person, to th-steadfast
fongruou-nWss-6f eatables to-etlier bel nrsU ' prhaps 1 had aeam so mucn oiien. had heen speaking of " lovely woman " and so um,,ll"c . "'b d , j character of mv native State,
passed it off r to the owner of the c ves ' ' ,,,"c,!'' 1 'c,u, ' " ' , she is to "grasp " ttie " DodUin ; and qo deadly - i. , ?. . rather than to the qualifications ot the in-
. I ' mv mji-o 1 1, . . r,,!,., T ...o.ili In mvp mi? host - , ,. :,-...-.'-. ! . mnn in t h mnrnitKT and HI t.P 1 fl I n n P r IIP. . ..
supposed to cA-et the sabe. ' ' . lT ' . J. , .VV- war. ine ladies ,01 outn iarouna may oe B, f -." dividual. And if there has been any thing
. .isiia iu ,,ui .j4r- v. - 91Jre Jna, u,fty need neiiner -oodKin i nor me
: . i f i .. . i i . i l , u 4, u... 1 1 . . . ' J . . . . !
perhaps v ioveu rsauei oej.ei uimi .urn, more jeuitunate broomstick, to make any con
S.ri went into the country, thinking all tne ,hey may regiment!
hi.,v ,lin r,f..,.h..v.. nkaiiifed s nee fe t. V" . i .. .r . " ij c.j i h-u u- I.. ' I.:., 0,1 v-oiiiiiirmmi .uii in .i.u i
....j .....v . - rmosi oeauniui wouju uou evt-ry ieiiiieuaii a l UK uienuiier iuuc uia nine aunni wu , , i , i , , i n , ,
She must be nowninteen ortwen.y ; and then! h suhmissonist" and ready accept won the day, amid the deafening shouts. urimJldmc ..mm ; .u sacrlt,Ces ot patriotsot notn ine great par-
herg.ief must have saddened her lace some- any terms, ihey may dictate. But' they will screams and yells of the delighted people. !n hLer Sch,,S' somP ,,ulp experience fips which haVft divided the country, we
what ; but I thought I should like her all the j plt.ase eave these bodkins and broomsticks at The Conereation all remained to the-af- , ,n V)e conduct ot her atlairs. shaM pntiUp ourseves to have them in
bei.er for thatXThen pe.hapse she would not bome; ,hey suggest disagreeable reactions, ternoon service, and at its close more than 1 My leisure will not allow such a pre- ,iko mannPr observed and kept nn the
laugh and teas me, but would be quieter, and and revjve nunierous reminiscences of the fa- . hundred ioined the church some SPnlat,on of m' v,ews on the present state pHrt (,f OI,r Northern brethren, and in the
wear a sweet smile so calm and beautiful, I ';mous Caudle family. Mobile Advertiser. c .: Jr I L .v.- of the country, as would be agreeable to -venr of a last anneal after a failure in
. i Trom mnt vps oi miiitiiia. Miuit; iui uic . .
11,, r Inn milr naVft lrOWII U: - . ' - tea it m' r
nn I i v Li : v a iw.r, es"
st a titter, and finally abroad ha !
u down tile company, and the
'Wd vestjtfliioft the iHfile
I11U11 III tlJC llUJIIIIIlii, IlllU "III I v''-' 1- 1 1
... i.- .i. L dividual.
orougnr out u s mare lor me ritcr. x uc . , ,. , . , , .
, , r e in the manner ol discharging the duties
nurse was made up by live or six ot tire , . , . c .
that it was fully discussed and in my opin
ion refuted ahmg witrrnullification in the
I counsel no abatement of vigilance
over the true rights of the South, and shall
be the last to surrender the right of Rev
olution, should aggressions and grievan
ces arise to justify it. I trust, however,
that if such a state of things shall ever
occur, we shall make an out and out Re
volution, which shall leave no room for
doubt, and entrap no man's conscience.
In the meantime, by faithfully adhering
.. ListU c r t oil ,.'-.ftl.,- f V, . 1 . 1
.... i i i oi iii pus., -vvijiu io at on nui nn ui iii tn ii. p rm ni nil i u i m e n l areea on in
of the r planters, and an opposing nag produced. i .- i i i i . irrms oi iojo i.oeui nirru un
lli,r" H""111'0' " , f.nmmfni h inn in which vnu indn rp. if is .i.. ... rt u r.,1
W....4. - " inr- iiiiii'iiiiiiiirr n i . i i. i nc . ai iiuui uiiu
! A: .,('dr.As a Mr!Pharr. ffrom
rth Carolina was leaving town yester-
)' jnorningfeirning home with his Ibad-
wjigon, hisjtor.ses took fright at sjome
meeting them, and I run off Thev
ped short round, breaking loose the
n I . . Ji , .
funi wtietMS trom he wajjon. and
ping otl jrje son ol Mr P.. who Was dignified in her air.
ITlntT 'Vlit.i. -IT I . I . .. . - ..
more,elegant, and she would have grown more
noveltv of the thing, some from excite-
OPI N IOX AT HOME."!
llnd-i- '.hi. ration the Columbia? (S. ment, and some because the preacher was
PThH started Irom Broadsheet, I shuddered a little at this; for I thought, j Transcript has the following paragraph : 'a good fellow The finale; of the afla.r
1 lioUhdry, a(nd took down Ly tie- she will hardly think so much of me then ; per-g r .1 . ; was as flourishing a society as can be
Vtvrt.. Thev made' for the nrWr har.s she will have thos .whom she likes a " Uur opinion, expressed some nme since, foud in the whole region thereabouts.
"He Sotiarnionincr itlrnnrrh if ;IL ; "real deal belter. Perhans she will notjike with regard to the sentiment of the State, is be- g c .j T
lh t,..4. .:l.r -..4. " . i. . ...T. .. ' .w .4. .. oil i .tl that I h.ml.l ii2 rapidly established. We' are satisfied from .
" - i i r iinti Minima liiitii riiuv ih iiciicii.ir-Li k inn ci vu ih ,
Cr.oad Mreet again, Hnd there struck , 1,ke ht,r
JL-..1I that I should ing rapidly
l our own observation, and that of such of our
. ft. n - n Iio . nnniaFi.l in 1.4. c 1 1 ) . 1 a ttlttt at
, I , I.. . 1 1 , f L ,1 I CIIU5 9 lia.f lumrisru "II ill. o J , . a. 4 u 4
I had gone up almost tothe house, 1 had r ,.J. ii .
01 ttie horses was thovvn ! 1 na" Kone
'3 wgon broke loose ajnd left three of ! Passed the stream where w- fished on th;
i -;rS,conf.inueuUown 15road street. Kr? ' anu 1 1 f "T Z i to agitate the Question of separate sin2 e seces
k alter ruimimr t..lli i. t since rhe hacr ntrnwn to womannoog i shoihu , c .. . . ... . . . . u- ,
.. .. V4 , V4 t 1CU3 . .. ..f
that Hav I lsl t wo -thirds of the town of Columbia be.
. j j ... ...
i(t;vp! u riLtreunivjij' mjuifuus iu uui cause ccu
l,r e,as,'y caught. e are sorry to
wfti tbeU oung '-man was seriously
areJ, receiving a cut On the herfd. and
iurt in the, left hip. He was
rnt ty rfcfd undeir medical treat
p. which hope will soon effect his
' winten JvunialJultplQ.
Km ii ':yt" i :
..-'mail piece of
it&fl NVi-J lrpe ntiije. and put in the
iom1 '!Jr?vcrs s'ns,e day
tserv "mes a ei!r 13 suliicient
"UUve against mpihs.
. . . rr . . . i sion at this time : in the district at larne tour
never sit with Her there again, and sureiy ne. i - . ' , ntUi ,;-,;L" .w,,,
i, .. . -r. . i out of everv six occupy the same position-' that
er drag her as I did out of the river, ana ncr j - .
. - T ... . . l is. where thev have an opinion at all.
r. hi l. tar lillla unH. nH navpr. rtprniiiis. t i '
V.I.UIU IIVI. IIUIU 1IUI1UJ, 44 1 1 U ..v.--., - 1
kiss, be r, as I did, when she sat upon my moth
erY lap oh," n'o-rtio no. . !
I saw where she buried Tray, hut the old
slab was gone ; there was no ribbon there now.
I thought that at least Isabel would have re;,
placed the slab ; but it was a wrong thought.
I trembled when I went upto the door for
it flashed upon me, that, perhaps Isabel was
married. I could not tell why she should not ;
but I knew it would-make me uncomfortable to
hear tha! she had. ' . j .
er part of Edgefield, almost the who
Eastern (not western, next to Geer
northern parts of the district are with
hot a Jew about the court, house.11
Late accounts from the Rio Grande repre
sent that great excitement prevailed there in
consequence of the Mexicans having refused
to deliver up a runaway slave. An armed par
ty of Texans threatened to capture Presidio.
me, were it my power to meet you as pro- ! our ;usl expectations, we would stand jus-
posed by your invitation. I cannot, how- 1 .jf;ea to ourseves. and before the judg
ever, forbear to say. that in my opinion, fmpnt of mankind. I fondly hope, bowev
the settlement of the vexed questions a-j rr ,lfU there is vet patriotism enough in
rising out of the acquisition of territory
from Mexico, and the relations between
the slaveholding and non slaveholding
States, commonly called the compromise
acts of 1850, ought to be regarded in all ;
sections, as a final adjustment; as upon,
its faithful observance mut mainly de- i
pend the peace and quiet of the country.
Whilst it has not effected every thing.
which our own section might have insist- '
ed on, or desired, it still in my judgment;
places our peculiar interests under a se-
sections to preserve, our Union in its
true spirit, and transmit th blessings of
the constitution to the latest posterity.
I am. Gentlemen.
With sincere resppcr,
Vour ob't. servant.
YYM. A. GRAHAM.
Messrs. Haywood, and others. Com.
The Bloomer Dress. A correspondent
r T V Flo,. Ii.rwL- ix-riiiniT irnm Rns.
same may be said of Kershaw. SumtWr is rap- """"
.-. . . i ' . .I 4. 4. liiii. j uur . i lii. 3 . t
mry snowing nse i ; ana, in aoamon 10 iur uirrc i i . ",: n ,l ,v,,. u,
Hundred or more' who signed the call the tow- ' 0,uuur's u? T : r. 1 i. T" . ..." ... TVt
Ie of the iesteruay we saw lour in; a ;roup on, ior ine iemy rai. uui
ia) and : Washington street and duripg.ttie clay en- j tion the rejection oi me unim i I"""-'"
jus and i countered at least twenty, j Even the or- from the .territorial mils oi uaii n iu
gan grinders have adopted j this style of , New Mexico, by a decisive vote oi tne
nttivei. after the lonir
are.SS ior ineir IHOUhcjs. wuuwnj uuuc v.i .. - - - ,r , ..iMnfatinn
the wife ofan Ex-Governori of this Com- j protracted contest, year n..r. n n mnrkable vear for
Bloomer Abolition petitions it was an acquisition oi '"":" . V, C.nr
no trifling importance to obtain such an storms auu mgu . -
A new order of religious fanatics, 'call
ed the Redemptionists has sprun
mon wealth appeared in a i full
TERRIBLE TORNADO. We learn'
that a destructive tornado passeed throgh
a portion of Robeson county, about St.
Pauls, on Saturday evening last, J9lh insf.
Considerable damage was done to crops,
and some houses unroofed. The wind
took the top from a large- tree that stood
in a gentleman's yard, and carried it clear
f the plantation.
This has been a