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VOL XL NEW SERIES.
SALISBURY, N. C, NOVEMBER 2, 1854.
j. j. uncxEit,
EDITOI AND rROPBIETOB.
Two Dullar. year, fM iriihia tare, amrtha fnD
4tm af anWeripiiua I Wo dullar. aria raU if m(
M ktn lb. iplrttou .af Ih year, m4 three
lat. aftar th. year ha. ...irra1. Ho paper alacoaUo
aa aalil ail .rrraraft. we pud tic.pl al tba upliua
r Ih. K4iiar.
iartUa la Ih. Edilof MM b. port paid, lu .More
L II 2. V"
4 n -
3 s 2
5 & S
llttta aiiaH tl
A ftmn m Ih. pae oreuptr4 bjr I rmr Hiwt.
Am a4MrtiwaMal nakiaff 1 4 ar H urr, rh.r.
a4 M anifU. Ju 1 aara : .MaaiMf i ur ra
I lu I ur I. vlMTf 10 pmpiruuu u uw ni4,ui
mll,'ZJ:.i.. .i -,h..-.
ni. w tiw. ..k. atmww mwhrir ifc.
' - . . ,
Thra. flr ..aoaaeinf eadidai f. ninr.
!'! (Mm chart-. 25 arr erat hicnrr lha ike
.. . . - . .. 4.. -.1 -.-
aitii ta aduaniarroraia rr rarl-
4 la at..o. nniabrl at lin.-rtr' rtuiril ; and if
it wtahrd thrjr akaild irupy ihr k-aa( n-arr p-M-Ma.vriia
f lh ha'h Ih 'd "
Maty UI U pal a. 1. lb axial atyb- aad rbirtd
t-T N.'Jawaataa aaa MUra.
rbia tb w Trii fir
Tit. Imm ! ia. kaUtti"
at . ai.a-
Sf.tt to tb iirfittt heaM, tlx heaviest ia anl
iu be the must phii ful.
c, .iiugui 1 .
A a general rule. Providence iu-lj in voih Ii
aaf.w to mortals any more than jul Ibat di - grei -
of MwuttraiSemeiit Klt Mitnn 10 arepimiui
at a reMonaUy full eiertioii of their power,
Strength U iucompr. bi iiiMe by i akne
"Tai3TIrTTrrT--twWe. Hu rr ia.jMt
iflratrf buiiloar ibaa a i4fiiii i!l"d P ltie. in . I
tb crrrtw of tm own crjrmrri'n. .
-TU aiiiuiijuiil ay uipatJu tx Bus r i l
noat edoaiflT a w.HtiaiTa Iraii. V- n. if en
dewJ with il by nature, iwn le. for t, at , I
cm to defpiac it, in tbi'ir o.iita t with coan r
thing-, than flower.
Grief of the paming moment tsk- upon it
self an individuality, ami a character of cluuax.
wbuli it dcatined to ke, alur a while, an.l
to fed inki U dark gray liaaue common to the
grav. or glad evnu of many year, ago.' It -
,Jbt (ur a moment, eouiparatneiv, inai any iiung
tonka Strang, or aUrtling ; a truth that bartl.-
tMtter auu IU aweel in it I,f,. l-raJly a dance, the lialian turned a
Why are oet no apt U ch.aiw tb. ir mates crank ; and, U hold ! every one of thew ainall
not y any similarity of KKtk- endow m. nt, but unlit idnnls Marte.1 into the most curious viiaci
for qualitiea whKb might make lUhappii5uf t) Hie cobU r wrought upon a shoe ; the
ika hi hamliVrafiainan aa well as tLal of tin-
Nleal craftsman of the pirit f ifcuae, proba-'
bryj-at hi"higrwrt eli-valiow, lb potUUeeiLt
human intercouraa ; but he 6inl it dnary
tUaccnd, and be a stranger.
There i uul eonfunion, indeed, when the pi-
.a..... a.tvall Uut .a till. a tlx. 11 1. II m f 1 1 1
fnttir.. Mtg J
nt,;nrt.JlJb.C - 4?ilUr -
bji boundary bel.iit iu on r-gion
, . . III . " I
actual worTJ: where the l-nly reinaiii. In guide
.. ,, " ,.
liaeil, a. ora Ih may, win. muc ,1....,: iinu. iii.
. , . . .,; 7 . it-j 1 f 1
IIk.iiI il.lh iiiiti-t oril llf lla IrL. ilulll flolll
....... i - -
mortal earu. -
Shall we never, never gi-t rid of tin- l'a-t f
iiS trpon b I'lvaent like A-giaul'a.iieaU J..
In f.i. t, tin- case U jut as if a voting giant w
compelled to waste all h u,;nsia in cam. ng
about the coro of the old giani, In. graihlla-;
her, wlw died along bile ago, and oiilynwJ
iu la. jbaullv buried. Just think a muiiient',,
aad it will .turtle you to see bal slave. e are !
to by-golM) times lo Death, if we give the mat-'
ter the right world f -
Our Hndvoutl. is of nut.hie. f. we are i..- !
,,-,-.,,.. j -t , ,...v,, ;.;.miw l(,
. ceedingly unfortjiiiatc-there come, a n. of
econd youth", gushing but of the heart's jey'al :
beinir in L.ri ! nr noanliltr: il mav coltHf to CMh
........ ...i.... i .i u l.L ;f aim ..ilnT
-"""J Wlltn IfllUlU II-BII..I I .1.. , .. T "
aneh there be. Thia U-moaning of one', w it
over the find, car.-l.iw. .hallow iraictv of voutb
departed,' and thia profound luipl iin at yuuiii j
n-uaiueu so inncu ueeiier auu ricner umu mni
-i ------ . I. . , -.
,. .- ,!...,. ,i...
wKt ara ewnUal the aoula developim ni.
lnaonie uaww, tto-two atatx ciMncriMfrg? 'mu.'".j.bjst. in presi iitv of die officer of State mid tin-
. I.. . . 1 .1... i 1 . : I ... 't .1' :" ir....l, ..f il..i lT..li. . mitrl llial
univonaiy. aiwl minirie llle w Hi. aim oic nl '
turean nn n.v.i.ri..... in..ii..n 1
tare 4tt .one mjtenou. einolion.
.II. llulm-aii;! had that aense, or Inward jlro-1
man bad U tivr Jie at once tliAn HtU-rt to re
lio(Uli, tliat we ate not donnicd o creep on
fort'vrr in the old, bud aj, but that, this Very
uow, theru are tliu Iiaibiugert abroad of a gold
en era to be accomplishi'd in bi. own lifc-tinif.
It tmeJ In him aa Joulilkn. it has seemed to
the liAH'ful of every conlury, ince the epoch of
Adaiu'n grind vhiMreu that ill tlm ago, more
than ever U for', thu luiaa-grotm and rotten Pant
it to be turn down, and lifclei iostrtution. to be
thrut out of the my, and their dead eorpws
burial, and everj thiu to begin anew.
hj - Mabneatwry litv ire inert with
ywuiig iu of atxmt itolgraee. age, ihr wliom
e antieijuite wonderful tbiaga, but of whom,
ever after much and careful inuirie, we never
bapina to hear another word. The etlervea
cenoe of youth arid pnasion, and the fresh glow
of int. llcft and iinaiuation, endow th-m with
a false brillian-T, which make. tuoU of them-
In. aud other people. Like certain cbiulni.
calnxx's anil ginhaiua, they .how Him Iv in their
fiit newntM, but cannot utand the un and rain,
and aiwuine a very sob.:r aspect after washing
All her little womanly ways, budding out of
her like hlomonin on a young fruit-tree, had thi ir
eBvvt on hirnT ami aofiietime caoaed hia v-ry
heart to tingle witli the kecr.fnt tlirilU of pa
aure. At auch momenta, the half-torpid man
would be full of harmonious ) i f , junt as a long-nih-ut
harp ik lull of souud, alien the muaieiuu't
tin if- n touch it. Hut, aft-rall, it amliied rallK-r
a i-rf. i(ion, tr iiii.jiiIiv, than a M-numeui
hrbrnjinrto Wmwrf a. an rnri.lual. IierraJ
i h.-r. w h uM awet ami ainide torv : he
. . ., , ,,
liieoeu to Her, at 11 Hie wire a rere ot imiuw
1 ...... 1 , , , , , ,
Ik;I I poetrv, in:n ol, in reouitii of Ills Weak
I . ' . .
and dwmal K url permuted Mime angel, that
; moat pilled hun, to warble
l!ut we .hall live U, the day .., noma,,
4im1I build hi houavfor -jti ritv. Whv should
be ! He might jul ai reanatly onb r a du
ntitii tuit of ttothiw, ' U'atliei. or (pi lla pprrlwr
Ii.iU 1 er else laatu l.ni'. ao that hi- ureal
gaitJ tltjljreli alwwild kav benetit uf jhen
and cut i-m-iielv the iaine ri-jiire in th'? worM
' thai lif liiuiv If doK. If e.ii h g.-io rati ti wen
aU'-d and . et.-d to Lu.ld it i an liou-. .
dial niijilu clialits i "U' ar''li-l
, ttJwif. would imply almost ei.-ry r forin Wli domestic handiwork of her daughters,
't.ni, - tv w now unV-riui for. lUoubtwlH-tlv-r.au exhibit which few other Statos can
';eeii our public Uili. our capiula. tat.
bi .!--, ' ewurt'-liouaes, liur. U-i oiul.X to U ;
' buul ot nii.ii ix riiiniii-iil mati-rial none or
lo ruin, imiv iii l h!v n ar. or t)ien alul. u
io ruin, unce 111 twenlv nar, or tlien aixul. u
, a hint to lin- jM-pb' to i iaiiiiiie int.. and n-lxrin
' the in.tiiutioiu lii.-h tin y y nipatjiu-.
A i.jj,,,,, iv L.alt. l. Uarrct-;,
organ, and toji"il uielrf .the and cool
diado'u of tin- i iu. W illi lii ipiii I .r..l'.-'ii
jAl.Xl!j. lir.t.iok li"ile of lliv lo lai s wattling
fmiii tin' iin In d wi.ddoM, and
' (l Ial a Hwkv on loa thoulilerf it e"il ...in
TlttglitaiTiTjtafitJ "anjf V omjj.ET
tin- M-elie ol
. I ...I. I .. a . ... . I. .a. ill. I... . . .1 a. , ..-
.hj;iir, tuae apliwv and bbitlKu a in Uw
' mahor.wiv ease of bis or-an, and vbuse primi
.!.- of hfi- as the lllil.-ii', !i nil the Italian madi
it hl l'U.iM-a to iniuJ out. Iu all tln ir4aii' -
ywvm w - wt. na inn
VmVrpv!K,-ti wasacmipany ofirttK-jr,,!
,y u( .ctiou, the eohbl.-r, the bla. k.inith, j ltll ltCt(.r,nt. observations by !
thaoldier, the ladv with her fan, the toper with:.;, i;':, ..,,.1 rP Ititn-liton id" Chat-1
,;, ot,,, t(p-,ilk-maid -ailting by le-r cow i
,1, rlirluI,,r ml,. na.-i.-ty myht truly be fai.l
to eiiiny a bariiiouious eii.-t. iue, and to make
hlacliainitti hammered lui irou ; Uie aoldn-r i
waed bi gbtt.-ring bind- ; the lady raised a ,
tUr t-i.XA aith Iter fall ' tile iollv toner awiiTir-
book, with i nner thirst fur knowledge, and turn
ed hi. bead to and fro along the page; the milk
maid energetically diained her cow ; and a mis-
a.v i'.aint.-.l .r,J,l int. I .if ft til IS lui ' Ml! Mt I if
. T-r- t "n-:
i MIIIU' iUlllllli: Ol VDtiitw. a, nni, vu
; . . t
Oil WTI1BIIII1I3 IIIII.III3T-, m !-,. -
tress on iicr hiia ! rWiMv, wwne cyme, nt one-
, . .
.... I I ... I....1 .1. I., .i.rinre l,v tin
' " i
.1 ...i . i.
, i I...U..
liuxilll-n mini" il.' in I -v.."..-.,
le.rruiilihtf-i.lf laiicc tu uue rJ,i.uc;.l tune, -
. at.l in u of our n.!.ruU. iv, Win- no-
tihiii-,tiii;!v t. f-v1- For tW most ivmarLtUi ',
ni-H-,-t ol me aliair wan. inai. ai uie cessation
j- . . r - . a -.1 . ' "- "rl
h(. m- .y ifr-d, at oi.e-e, from
, annt life inlo- d.-a.l tori r.;-
mM tllt. Ml-r !. tini-lud, nor tl,.-
, .. ... . .. , , ,...i 1
(tlMa'kaVlltllll M inill ftll.4llt:u UUl lT fl HH'l' . L
miUiy m m ,(,l(.r., -lll() m(r dr(1l
mor( lf ,ik j ,K. ,ii.l.,i.ra pail, nor one.
additional coin in tliu mivr'a strong boa, nor
I . - "1- t .1 111.
'"' ''"" '"" 1.'" ,".",'"k- 'A,r:
'were iTic-isely in the uuio ...iiditioii as Ix-loie
all, moreover, t Itt-
i1(1f.f a tibnc the happier for the maiden'.
irrunteil kk ! IMIt Itltli. r llf.lll swallow IIim.
last t.ki a. ri.l ingredient, we f'v-t the
v Ik ili'
I lie show.
(7'o bf he. Citntiuutd.)
' . , , 0
r , i i . i.
:StwU. under the recent advertisement ol tin
ie learn inai in- i mm
... ' ia.i.d. at his olliee on Kridav
..,.iii-..r u-ir oneiieil. ai i s olliee on rii'inv
I ri-.ioi-ni. oi iiht iwii. i
. . . - .- . ..:
1 he hi were made nl an averag;"" . " ''"
'over one nn. I li.ill isr ei-iu. i in is " z."
,1.. a, could liavc beta eMH.vle.1, considering th
ii.iiitmuin e wona, mat un ninni n, wjiaHamaar-XlIX.
From the Raleigh Rrjialer.
THE STATE FAIR.
Tliu State Fair closed on Friday ercn-
I ing lust, but muck of the interest un j apir-
it of the occat-ioii was kept up on (Sat
urday. Our streets, at present, wear a
moat dtMortod juqwcU but few viaitvrs, if
any, remaining iu the City. Tlio whole
crowd iu attendance, during tliu week, ir
varioiibly cstimuted as having been com
jioccil of from 10W)0 to 15WO Mjrsoiis.
Wliere bo many articles were iixm ex
hibition, and go many of equal pier:!,
too, it can hardly be expected that we
hould particularize, We limy, however,
witkout beinjj accused of invidioiiBiiess,
we hope, refer specially to tlic-exkiliition
f cattle by Dr. Holt, of Davidson, Mr.
McDaniul, of Nasi), and Mr. UusmcII, of
Caswell, an exhibition that would have
been nicwt creditable anywhere : to the
'fine display, of farming implement by
. the Messrs. Sinclair, of l'ultimore, and
lrum r isner, 01 orioik ; 10 uie great Xouipkin on the importance of esUblihh
variety of foreign ahd domestic breeds of 1 ing lifo memberships, the Society ad
fowls, many and some of the finest of j j 011 rued.
Ttlein-rnit oirisxhTbrtTOrr br resident of: JTJiurfidayjiighU Llieconuniyee aj
.. . , . .1 1 . pointed to memorialize the Legislature
this city: ami, general y, to tho spleti-;1 . . . e , v .
J' 'h ' ! on the subject of dogs pri;sentcu their re
did array of tho productions of- nature ( .Mrt all,i ttCopy of the memorial, which
and art presented in Floral Hall. I)eing read ami approved, on motion of
We have already alluded to he Ad- Dr. Holt, two hundred ct.pies were order-
'droos of Mr. Iiayner on Thursday. It
to be ITnryelwW-ra-lIeT-ga
elegant proiluction, and as pne every way
: ' . ' ' . " r, ., '
1 wormy 01 tne
ili"stiiiiiished author and
., ,.7.. . , ,
the distinguished occasion
nin I ViiiiinittM. for arrai
. , 7 . , , ,'
imimns, preparing the list of them and f,fi
1 . , . .. . . , ,
" ' , , " 7- T7 V
In our next, we
' vl r - -
shall certainly be able to lay it before our
reailorw, when tliev can judge Ier Ilieill -
r r . rin IT .r r-T "r
... . , 1 .1 e.incu uii'iiciiieiieuii , miu nic iwnun 111
ua tate r air was made up. In the mean- , ', , , . v- 0
1 sums pledged for the purpose; Kuge-
how a cplendid exhibit of t lie agricul- : m, ( iran v i!le $5tMi, Halifax 500, llert
tural resources of the State, of the ingen- 'ford .".no, Cinitliuni oOO, liertie oJ0,
;.,- .nil ..( l.-r ,iluPUn. i m tio-1
prer-iit, and one of which any State might
well be pfuud
... 1 i-.i... .,1 ' , .. .,....,., ..c ,1.
nii, 'l IO V . ll., 1111 ai.i.iiiin ui iiiv it init
. 1... ... a 1...-..1 i.-
HCIIOIIH 01 iiiv Piaiu .-io.unni.t ,
luring the week :
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
State A-ricutnral Socictv has been s
m-iiiii evcrv ni'ht during tlio week.
11 V .i- l.i ih.i i'mrir
X In 'he Cteiir ' 1
- iHmir.j.l miuuto of the
( n Monday
Irarl rrtkrrt tfo-
1 1 ... 1 1 ,v I ir
' - ft," tl!l'l"ll ....-..1." .v.w. ... - - -
, i , ,i pk 1 1 I u-nnii ng Mcreiary, aim uie; i;trvlutimary . A nx(M . A coitcs-
f mcnbcTS railed. .("liolident of the N. II. Patriot furnishes
... . - a a 1 . 1.1
Dr. t rudup, ot I ranklili, tIiairniHii ot ,
the Executive Coinmittee, read the lit of.
indues or committees lor eAaiiiiiini aru
J , i i- ti... i: .
les and iiwariiing premiums. ne ni
i : . i . . . . i .. e ..i
i was revised, owing to uie milliner in all
lmni" it was completed. We give the list '
. iu aimt Iter part ot onr paper nwi.iy.
I tin motion, a ct nitlce of live mem-
i bers 'was raised to revise the Constitution ,
!..ft bo. Society, and report "to a stil.se.ptei.t
j The Si,, :( v met on Tuesday night, pur-
! sunlit to miio'nrnment. - " : i
I . ... ....
On motion of Mr. 1. lott. ol I iiinlier-
.. . i
Ia,,J, a committee was
appointed to me-
inr la'irisln'tiire on
m.iriulivo tint iiniiri-incln'mr
the nuinlierot dogs, sons to render siiccp;
raisiiig less difficult and hazardous. Mr. :
KIH.iit r..f..rr..,l to tl,. evistiiii' evil, and :
expressed the hope that the legislature
it... .... t.;....i 1
. . T
(n motion of Mr. Whiting, the,
... .. . .1. . ;.
tl- . - . -: v
. - .." ..--.rt- t.-.'j- .1. . ,: .. tL. '
i.i'. .iu ..11 ii. il. u. sLfc rill... rri'Ll ill. nil: ,i nil ill L- ,
lee ini i L-i imii" inu v i'iimiiiiii"ii -i I'"
' 1 (lUM.rvltilIl4 Wvrc suUiuitteil lv '
Mt.r i;avIu.r uml Vem-rahle m the
i.(lsf ,,,.,. i'(.r U-vfKun n r tho restMiives of
.... .at. . . 1 .
(lie nrrrt improving HSrHgWCUIUire,
A nyotion lv I ir. t rndup, to,estauiiMi
life mymhcrsliipsTu tlie Society, gave rise
' I 1 ' a1 L? ...
loan intcroting discussion, in which that
nynth-iiian, J ndgp Rtittin, Mr. Hiirgwynn,
Dr. P.atchelor, and others took part.
On Wednesday niirht, the following
gentlemen were elected officers of the Si
-... -a .a. ,a a. II
1 homas Uutl.n, ot Alamance, i res.-
dent. " ,- - i
il rraiiMin, iw. ... i.rm-es, oi n.e-1
l.rnlgi's, ot r.dge-
com bo. V iit Presidetits. f,
l)r. J. f'. Tompkins, ot uko( Uuconl
ing Secretary." '
'Thomas. J. I-emay, of Wake, Corros
l'aliius.l. lliitch'ins,of Wake. Treasurer.
Mr. I 'ridges, of Edgecombe, being call
ed upon, iravo his experience as a practi-
cai ...l iner
fnriner liPOtl the tinportanci? ot mil
nures, and detailed his experiments in the
L I.... ',i.l ', . vf a 1 1 . w l.'lii.-ll riMlis-
in.ia iit oh. v.. , v-,
" ... " .. . i !...:..(
tied hull ot their siiperioriiy io siaoiu iu-
h f....:i i
nun lis it peiiinuiim i.iii.i.-ii. I
Tr. Elliott, of CmuherlatKl. corrohora-j
tit f - VahUmif aa to iiu-iimot
. .. - .... .
,rT" "' - - ;
Mr Jones, id Caswell, moved that the; ""usu omeer iiuiig ins neao iinu icn, u
tiuic for holding the next State Fair be ''dst shouts of applause for the b-y."'
rhnriTd to the first Wednpdav in No-1 .
equal to lime in equal quantities, lie ad
vocated agricultural education, and re
gretted that so ninth prejudice existed
against " book-farming.
The Hon. Thomas liuffin, of Alamance
sMike warmly in favor of raising funds to
establish an exiieri mental fann not f.r
profit, but for making the exiritncnts
which it ts impossible for private indi
viduals to do. He then explained the ef
fect of animal und vegetable manures,
and stated that no general rule can be
depended oil each individual must trust
to his own judgment in making deduc
tions from general principles. 1; or twen
ty years hu had raised at least fifteen
thousand pounds of jmrk annually upon
corn-field peas only ; and he drew atten
tion to the great value of peas as a fertil
The President, Mr. Smith, supported
the views of Judge iCuftin on this subject.
Mr. Ihirgwyiin, of Ilaiifax, followed
upon the importance of deep ploughing;
utter which an interesting discussion took
place between Mr. Vcnable and Dr. GYu
dup as to whether agriculture is a science
i.r 1111 nt-r After tti.inft rvmurkR from 1 )r
,0 bB lrl,ltt;tl ' (IntributeU atii'M.g
1.1. 1 1 i-
t lite cvrnrtiinec npnoinTcu 10
'.:' "etonrer uooks reponeu mat tie
" .! 'I' .1 I I .1 . .1
Silm r iJ was ; his hands to the
credit of the Society, lleiiort accepted.
The committee oirthe subject reported
,r.,i,,8t ch-iii'niir ll.e time tor holdiii" the
"gainst cliangingtlie time tor lioiu iig tne
annual fair; wiucti aner some uiscuss-
, a large majority.;
1 no simieci 01 raising iuiius 10 oiace
; the Society on a permanent footing was
1 men lusen up,aiiu anercousiueruuie uis
i'iiacrno Inn nfiinra-nf I in -fww
....11 .1 .,i..i...i..:....ii.. i. r.. 11. .
ver fjoo, Aortnampron yow, trrattge-
;?;.ii), Sampson $oU0, Cjity ot ICalfigli
ijiooo. Warren 30(i. WasliiiiL'tou 5U.i.
. Caswell f."00.
' Delegates were then appointed to at-
tend the Virginia Fuirs, alter which it
was reilvel that alt- dolesates from othV
rMwiet iw 4fimtM-el ltMr vwu-
1 bers and invited to participate in the pro-
! .i ' ... "
:cee(llll'rS OI 1110 OUCICIV
A committee of three for the reception
of visitors at .the next animal meeting
was then appointed, after which the So-
r . ,. - - , , . . .
"".ourneu o r nuay evening.
a ' V a- ,
Tin. election of Jutlu Kuftin as Presi
iiioee 10 lie iuun 1 , 4o win ii 11m1.11 j
,ilIIC1' t tlle Bocicty. Jto win add iiracrr
kiie. kd-e as a practical hir.rtor. -
. . a a
When the British were at Boston, in
1770, my father was iu a barber's shop
waiting to be shaved. A British Otiicor
" and wanted to be shaved, provi-
ded the barber could do it without draw-
g blood, and saying if he did not he
taiiillil fllll IllJ aU'ill'll fliriiltirll 111 111 I lii
barber was trightened and -dare not un-
dertake tho task. A little boy sitting
there spoke up and said he would do it.
He looked at the boy with astonislmicnt,
l"'t the boy stripped" off his coat and told
"' ,l' 'ake a seat. He tiKik off the ofli-
- i .i .. :i. v-..-..' i .!..... i ...1
''" ""' UI"'S "'"""i
....:.i ,:....-... i.:.. .....,.i.l..
r"1" a s""' ",a
officer then asked how he ventured to do
do it. I he bov replied, " I thought I
should see the blood as soon as you would,
d 1 liad, I would have cutyour throat
to tlio back bono in a moment
I,. -..- I 1 I - I .1 1 1 .
;,y( ;( Xmiick. Fashion tdavs
r ' I 1T
-trisaka-.witii. Ill's w and. The
Usl 1 11 llO V ill O 1. IS W C HCIICV
. r t t t-
of the uiidJIe name aiid limiting the first
ami chrihtian' imlex. For instance :
i. : i,., t.,lc ,-,.G .Uetln.mUl.ol in
, a i '.,1.,;,, l, I)
,. , ,
'Hack,' has. concluded that appeltafjori fo
bo'vulgew, and is now only Known as ;
1, Daw Jones, mote appropriate to be
given in lull, and would uououess ue u i
st correct index to the fellow. Peter
I'..t.ie u Inn H..MIIil- -I PfUrilllllllMI Ilir lllli1
- ...... .. .. ... -;
who waits so ingu. in arisiocraiic ci.e.es, '
ininscll 1. OKTIl .hiikiiis, .nisi so .vm.
ii i- i i.n :. ..... ...nt- '
ill'' the eliiiiiLre and he cannot see how he i
Can keep in "mxl standing at the chili and j
not join in the revolution ; away goes the
' Isaac,' and ' 1. Cook I'mcon' is engraved
upon his card. So goes the new mania,
no matter how ridiculous; but it' is the
'ra"C,' ami the brainless devotee of fash
; i . i . i
ion s simiic must arm ami e.pup -according
- : Z..:. .
.Vd-mMv.-M old man aged sixty years , -
I-,..,,, riiieoitiatl vi.'.li. and cjirned
."'. . . . ;" . .' ,r ,
u 11 11 iri ill a ias in i-.-i si w:viii mi. vi..""' ,
u uav ot hu aeightiura. ' - . -- : :
f MU. HALHjEK.
In an article in another place, which,
so far as our judgment cau discover, w
one of tho ableet we eyer read, in all the
requisites of party- wh.ch are to " imike
I tLe wro,! "l' "f 'n' md
tliu forttk Carolina StaiuLtrd speaks
of Mr. liadijer, after having given him
credit for the advocacy of the Nebraska
Bill, as follows : "Still,
we cannot overlook the fact that the rights
of a sovereign slaveholding State could not
be safe 'iu the hands of one who, like Mr.
Badger, for example, declares that alle
giance is as much due to New Hampshire
as to North Carolina. This is a question
of State rights."
Did ho say that about New Hampshire?
Well, if he did, lie spoke from die i
pulses of American Heakt. That intel -
ligeut and pure statesman, who is one of
tue most disinterested patriots in toe ser
vice of the State he represents and the
Utuon that he loves, this or any other coun
try ever knew not even the lamented
Haywood excepted knows that his alle
giance is due to the Am Kmc an Constitu
tion, and that Constitution embraces X.
Hampshire as well as North Carolina.
f Mtwt we ever be imposed npon-by tke
mmiiQcry and foolery of party, and the
patriots of the. country he denounced be -
cause they think, on some points, differ-
eutly from the power iu ruhi or the pow-
er that seeks to rule f
The intimation is thrown out that the
J-iiitiirritv of tho institution nf shiverv is
t " . "T" -v.-.-; - -.
1101 sate 111 me nanus 01 iiir. oauwr
himself a slaveholder, and the advocate
of the .Nebraska nieasure. Since tlie ; web that lias already become too iiitn
world was made, was there ever exhibit- cate to the unravelled ; audit is believed
cdsuch a palpable contradiction in terms
such loul conclusions iroin the clearest r.nglisli Cabinet would still not he pcr
tireniiscs ? I sonally averse to a reconciliation on
A ouestion of State riizhts." forsooth.
And when did the Standard ever speak
of State Rights unshackled by the claims
Ujfjiarfji? Wo will say never till the
words arm the time wueii uttered are
pointed out to us.
In New Hiiiiipsliire, as well as in many
other of the free States, are some of the
true friends of Southern Rights and all
the institutions acknowledged by the Fed
eral constitution tmicl truer Uian those
politicians of the South, vwho aoTorjparTu"
and for money, and havesoid to " Ad
ministrations" their " birftiriglit for a
mess of iKittage." As to Whig and De-
niocrat, these persons know that 110 par
tizau Editor can . laithfuily dLseern the
present crisis or feel the peri!bflkc1iour,1to liifiik of Te-atitiextiig'' the pi
ures, but what is oorived from the an
swers to the questions : Are they Whig ?
Are they Iehiocratic f 1
To these person who are in every por
tion of tho Union, wo suppose Mr. Uadg
er has a liking, as he has, we presume,
to all the recollections of our America,
le " Natives inark-
, , f ,1 :
ed the earth from their laceratciF feet inttnm of the struggle, amTliK'aiufcifTlfelTie
tv, lind from their bodies as they cotice-
tcfaTed tteniJn.'iliist,.-Ja Accdom, Jiiider j
the sacred banners ot a holy revolution, the impetuosity of the lurks and the pol
with blood transcended in purity oiilyliy i icy tif the allies, with tlm-irresistible lorce
that of the protestant martyrs: to the of public opinion in Western "Europe, on
time when the States in the Union suc
cessfully contended with the mistress of
the ocean and the umpire of Europe.
Who blames him for this ? None can
do it, except that wing of the late De
mocratic party, who are justly and truly
entitled to the name of tRe Roman Cath
olic Democracy There mjimrfu-r wing
however, which has an American heart.
We resjiect Mr. Badger for his great
tidetlts ; but wo would give him honor
only bccotise he has an Amkuhax Heakt.
A Negro LUterian Miinary. There
was a oueer, but very sensible specimen
of a negro beWe-tbe Methodist Coufor-..
ence on last Ihursdav. lie was intro-
dueed by a letter from J. Morris Pease,
esq., torrcspoiuling secretary ot the ;
Pennsylvania Colonization Society, and j official advices of the fall of Sobostopol, '
aUiltlionaiirtiuir-ft nf tlw fTiml'friMi.ceiitJaiid while Austria wjdill at peace with 1
purchasing his wife and! seven children, j Russia, indicates that the house cTTTaps'yTaTln'e
field as slaves in (Jeorgia. The -eoloroel i burg is about to add a deeper shade to it ' the evident consternation of the broadcloth
individual's name was Hardy Mobly,and ; long roll of black ingratitude, ami strike : individuals, who were manifestly put to
a good preacher, it is said, who wishes to J a blow at the power which, but rive years shaiiie all were to hie irresit'rblv ' In f er
go to Africa as a missionary. His fanii- airo, rescued it from impending calamity, .wijo and instructive. One of these same
-ii,yjciIkee(L&C: three thousand dollurs. -
lle was a slave forty years, and has been
free but two years.
The Hevei-i-nd ifntlemen who heard
him state his case, were very much dis-'
appointed, of course, as he said that, !
tknuvh lm liad.atir ted under various mas- i
ters, no one had ever chastised l.mi -TiiiWw. "irUle by tl tavthat -at- -the only
his mother, and he had always been we 1 plan. upon w hich Austrian c .-operation.
, , ., . , . , ,.i...llVA i.,,,,,. u.,,n
fed comfortably clothed, . and that be
wouiu never sav a worn nooiu uie evns
of slavery. His was a higher mission.
H' would leave jabbering politicians to
talk of the evils of Slavery. He wUl.ed
.. . . . .ai. -
, ,!l00r tor he elevation ot his race .n
vihca, and if he hud to live on this ou-;
.-souiu, ins people were uegrnucu rci v
ol..,. If I .,.... r.. I ...r ...
would iro back to Georgia; where
live easier than anvwherc else, and be
with his familv. His wile was a g-Hl
woman, and his children wore well treat-
ed, and allowed to live at home. Two..!
them could read the newspapers, and
they would be trained up to lie useful
when he was gone. j
There was ipiito a stir produced among
'the brethren bv the practical remarks of
, u, , ,,,, w, ...
., -t- 'im -T.-.. . .,
negro priner. XIICVJV fiiico I'ku. iiiev--iiia. vom ... ....... .... ..r. ;
,..," , , r..i.l.. .:T7...:;rnfT.' .,r Wsttnf.-or-M
"cic. onnoe. .......... ..,r.v ...... ....
blessin. ottroedom f . Somer of the bro-i
ukam - a - dm - niUMuuiia mt-m.'r Hio iiiu roL-
r- .- -.. .. . .... I
...w., m. .v. u.t.ia..-y. - -- -j-z.
low anything, because lie did, iiot underj
stand slavery as they did. But, mercy
impreggi,,,, would he produced, and wish -
ed Lim qllestioned privately ! The q ues-
,ion wlletier he tlionht lie could live
i easier as a slave in (leorgia than as a free-
; man, in Africa, he was not permitted to
answer iu public. -
THE EUROPEAN WAR.
We extract the following thoughts on
the war from an article in the New York
Commercial Advertiser :
We allude to the w ar now, more par
ticularly in reference to its probable con
tinuation and results. Unless tho public
have been entirely misinformed respect
ing the character of the Emperor Nichd-
1 las, it seems to us that the reported victo
ry of the allies in the Crimea increases
the difficulty of restoring jieuce. The
pride of the Czar and the pride of the
Russian people must be sorely wounded
by the successful invasion of any portion
of the empire, and it is natural toguppose
that the national sentiment will be arous
ed to the determination never to submit
wnue a loreign loe treaas luissian sou.
Thns feTi-th, allre bar advanced-wttlrf
while a foreign foe treads Russian soil.
the s wold in the one hand and the olive
. branch in the other. While Odessa was
bombarded, and Roinarauiid destroyed,
dip'oinates were busy at Vienna striving
to patch una peace, on conditions winch
1 however uistateful, did not absolutely
; comnrise tbi ilb'nitv of iehohi.4. or ili-
1 "j----t v"V . 'A
iiiiiiisu uie urea 01 rus uoimmmmr iwwu
diplomates are still there working in a
that the more moderate portion of the
something like the old terms, but the force
of circumstances is more powerful than
the influence of the most crafty statesmen
and the ship of state must be bore on-
-r t n- t 1 l t . 1
waru oy-uio uiiguty. current 01 puouc
e incline to think that the cpuestion.
of peace or war is now lievotid any pow
cr to control, except the power of events.
The Russians are just so far beaten as to
be rendered implacable, and not sulli
cle n fTy "beatoiTi ii 'lie TiliTnimite iiilomal?"
ing concessions. The. Turks are so en
couraged by fheir recent successes, and
so sanguine of their capacity to achieve
more, that niter having taken up arms
merely to repel an invader,, they begin
Tlie allies must perforce continue the
war so long-aa Russia does not yield, and
the longer tho war is continued the more
formidable their armaments by sea and
land become, and the more imperious be
comes the necessity of.cxacting ernls of
peace that shall compensate for the enor
mous expenses incurred in the prosecn-
tween the obstinacy of N ichola. and the
pjide ofiiidjjeuplu, on thu mm luuid, Jtml J
the other, we can see no hope of a speedy
declaration of peace. It is impossible for
human ken to penetrate into the dark
ness. We cannot predict : we can only
speculate ; but as far as it is possible to
judge from the facts before us, it is evi
dent that the war will be prolonged.
What may be the results of the war it
is apparently no less difficult to foretell,
but it seems probable that the continued
success of the allied powers ma- end in
a dismemberment of the Russian territo
ries. Austria, whose faithless monarchs
have been remarkable in history for their
facile transition to the winning side, is
reported to have instructed her Ambassa
dor at Paris to congratulate the French
armies in the Crimea. The almost inde
cent haste with which these congmtula-
turns were oucred, belore the receipt ot ;
li begins to be rumored tkrouli the. En-.
ropean pressTfTiaT TTnie'W'ill' pr.rti actuil.
the Kingdom of Poland will be rc-estaU
lished with a Prince. of the House of,
Hapsburg on the thretne. andthisuiay.be j
the bribe which has been ottered to tne
llaiishlirg cu.'idit v. It is rendered more
..lan iinon w hich Austrian c..-..perati..n
ill (.U't'r Vinir litissia oi ikt i i imi iciin.--
in "4 ii'"o . . ....
in depriving Russia ot her I oli.-h ternto-
I . " . ii ,: . .. i t i: 1. .
ncs, eu i-'v"
cherish the desire Tor national imlepen-,
uenee ra ner u.ao .... .er......e....
U,n, 41.0 lefe ot once n.-re ....rmitn.g -
.1 a" 1 . I . I ,.,n.,u am. I. a
tw nation o. i, .. 'V.
wtiat lorni or gov eniine. o, o. ... to
there was to be j
k'l'rJ C' 51!:1 'VWil'
i , , '
to tie lai is niT''. vi lien tne poies eicei-
Id'ed their lings, hrf.,ner ti.mys. they i - ft - :
.... ;,-;i.l ,. t',.P.. ,oi..r t.i tho i iron.', and
v-ii ..i.nv. ...... .... . -- -
the place ot nativity ot the pi nice oiler-
od to them now wt.uld hardly, be -an insur-1
iiiountable oUt.telc. if jfl.c kingiLnn..
I oland could tnercl'V no ie-e:ai'iisneu. uers na.e oroeieo uiui iaaen o.iv uuo
If -Austria should give up the share id bells, which will be rung in the fogs, and
Poland she now holds, to aid iu .re-eon- that the steam whistle will hereafter bo
otitnting the kingd.iiir.lus she may do un-; freely usetl ill all the ves.sels of the Col
lier an Austrian urince. this bss" of torri- litis line.- Thev have not been used hith-
i. . ..1 l... ,l..i a.i.H! ii.
. ..... ,. ,
1 urkev could probably lie indiiced-io con-.
icode in ciciiainre lor tue i riinea. ioi
. .- , . i . ,
.t..-...i- :. - r
These are a few of the tliotigbta whfcti
j occur to the mind in reflecting on tlio
; he realized, it requires no great stretch of
the iiiiagination to suppose that Sweden
may join the alliance next season, and
that the combined Western Powers ma v
deprive Russia of Finland as well as of
1 oland and the Crimea, and that the lost
provinces of Turkey and Persia may be
restored to them, thus reducing tho Rus
sian empire to the limits it occuuied an
terior to the reign of Peter tlnyieat.
- . -
WHAT A THING IT IS TO BE A Ra
In the first place, it is to be something un
worthy the name of man.
It is to believe that a tipler and g
glutton he in the Papal chair is infal
lible, the successors of Christ and St.'
Peter, and the possessor of the keys of
It is to believe that one man is the
other man's God that one mortal, with
a mortal's sins and evil proclivities to
answer for, is capable of granting pre
sent and future absolution for tho sins
of one who is no more or less than
. . : , ... , -o-i .
Uial the Bible lamJlu
mous, and ought to be burneiL
It is to believe that it is right to tor
ture and kill all who oppose the Catholic
Cburch, or dissent from tlie creed of its
It is to believe in the justice of break
ing laith with heretics, ami in using all
possible means for tlie destruction of their-
It is to believe that all ends for the
Church and the Cross are allowable,
no matter how these ends may bo at
It is to believe in obedience to the wish
es of the Catholic Priests, to such an ex
tent that if the believer were ordered by
one of them to commit a murder, he would
not dare disobey.
-'ft4 tobriretTrin thespii rtira and tem
poral supremacy of the Church and the
4 . . Thjcsc, and many siiiiilajtjioints of be
lief, constitute the programme of "What
is to be a Roman Catholic."
ented lady who a writes- for the papers''
speaks thus of city railway cars: '"The
seats of the car were all occupied crowd
ed ; j et the conductor stopped for me.
Xot wishing to disturb those who wero
seated, i was intending to atand; but a -geutleraan
np Bf the far end urtajetrml in
sisted upon my taking his seat, Hcin
very tired, I thanked Tiiui and obeyed.
Presently a lady, much younger, much
prettier, aud much better dressed thau
myself, entered tho car. Nil less than
four gentlemen arose instantly, offering
her a seat. She smiled sweetly and un
affectedly, and thanking the gentleman
who Higea the, nearest fferar roticiTwo--
manner. ' She had one of those l'aues Ja-
pkaell 1x41 Zalk ays, .pain t Tri g--tuiwgljp
sweet and expressive. A little after this
young beauty had taken her stat, a poor
woman, looking very thin anil very pale,
witktJaotcaro .Morn, haggard look that
poverty, and sorrow, and hard labor id-,
ways give, came in. She might have
been one of those poor seamstresses who
work like slaves and starve for their
labor. She was thinly and meanly clad,
and seemed weak and exhausted. She had
evidently uq sixpence, to . throw away,
and came in the car not to stand, but to
rest while she was helped on in herjour
ney. While she was meekly standing
for the moment, none of the genthmwn (t
offering to rise, Uophael's angel, with
sweety reproving eyes, looked on those
who had so otnciously offered her a seat,
and seeing ' none of them attempt to
move, and just as I myself was rising to
givn the. poor -oM ladv a geat. die fQwg.
and insisted npon the woman taking Ler
seat. It was all the work ot hut a nn-
moot : and the look of yrateful suroriso
the old woman gave her, and the glance
uf gWeet pitv tho beautiful girl bes'towed
Uoudclutk wuaceraappamit k overpow-
0,; wilirciitifdsloil, got up mid left the ear,
ij, augei tmik his viicant ?eaU''
Tliealesof lUlmeay' JJhanil Olnt-
in nt have wouderiunv increased m tne
... ..........i ,i" .
, - - i .i
suiuls of liersoos of both
.jnN ' ' s,1,ill.1.wl,li-
urnallv as mav be seen bv the 1 ro that
j,' js , tI ; rncuious t,ev. aet 'co.
int,v Sv, tiiri,0,lv ., ,He ,Vste:)I, the
....... a -, ,',. p- ... fHt
M.e most serious cases will readily v
their wondei ful power
...... t . . .
. ,1.1. l hij.li.i.lorlii.r veifn "Yes".wii-
- f""lllw:, l,-. '1.u- .
liuvn oi "HO. saio .urs. o., auu
W. e are happy to lean, t ha. t.i.c C unar-
i.pt, . Koniiii.-ii llii.e invol vft ii h ol ahtmt
......... : .
be incurred :w
uiiium regain 10 iue cApei.se ... v.,sio
4iik asiit iiniv.