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VOL. XL NEW SERIES.
SALISBURY, N. C., NOVEMBER 16, 1854.
J. J. BKCKER,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
Tw DaH.fl yr, ftU Mlm thnw tnonlhi from
4mu of MtMeXf! t IwoaWlara lad fifty cmta it nut
bata Hrl MM .aptratmi of Mm y.r, im inn O.S
tf MW 4a fMT IHMpMr-
4 wtU .11 arraararra an pud
MtM Mi tor.
UlIM to lb. Editor .Hi W port pud
THE NEWLY MARRIED, OR A
. GOOD LESSON.
BT MRS. EUhLI.NK P. PIXMMKR.
commendations full a yard long ; and
Susan did the work for one family thir
teen years ; she, too, came to me highly j
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" Olidear! this weather is cold enough
for November," said Mr. Ashton, ' I wish,
wife, you would order a fire made. I
y.r, ud thr. d.4- cannot keep a limb of my body still.'
?SS " W the wife I think that
wmiiu rui'roijf mucinous to nave my
grates soiled after they had been cleaned
so nicely, ami my summer blowers up,
A WONDERFUL STORY.
We notice iff the European papers a
BOYS OUT AT NIGIIT.
RALKIOII AND GASTON ROAD.
From the report of the President and
"Oli, nonsense 1 what are the crates times that if she were to follow my di
tdkaJlMiM'Um U4f Uey r se-fetin iH-eokitrt he would have no-
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l 1111:17, w.iij liicill uu Wlll LUCEt' ll,Mii !'" wpwii fci"; muic.
structure is now orer ooe hundred and
sixty feet in height- The contributions
will come and go when she pleases, and j T P" ,to . H WM
say what she pleases." ! v" f the l'K,'6St s,andmf ,,n
"She is punctual to duty, is she not T I rMn ''d V,el,IUV A v.e,7 worthy dJ
inouired Mr. Ashton. I ' ttu 7 a nrsi marriage twin sons, to wuom
"Oh, tbs ;
.,;..L-U. ,....) i...t t. n,. .1. 1 oe"'g ueucaie, sue aecidea npou
low me toirive her anv advice about it ! ,,erm"y- l'f ' advice of the iut em .jcituY, it scju&, es4(soI Um iuucU tot jand ciwtoina whicb. entrench noon the!l5J01 97, leaving $7S,"0S 24. The
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i v pus uavu ivMuciiix me ovcaa ion z
Iv ; there, under the influence of tle 4 : . .
a lew years Mfp ine procMliagf ol tite
I hare been an observer, as' I am a svm-
patbixinjr lover of bovs I like to see Uirectora of this road, submitted to th
we bear, are insufficient to keep op the jthem happy, cheerful, gleesomei Indeed, stockholders at their annual meeting held
work actively, but it ia hooed snout lt- I hardly nnderaUnd h6w a hi'li-tjii- ,U!re last week, it appears that the entire
ter reason will be f jtd for refusing to H U9,?fal nian be tha ripened truit of receipts of the company for the year end-
she always doc. her work I 9 " devotedlr attached Tliwr healtl !? 1' a'. " 'Tf by 'hi" privilege, d.i to youth. It!aa8.410 21. The entire expenditures
quickly and neatly ; hut she will not al-1 oe'" u-'"CHle B" aeciuea upon leaving p- " 'r,"lV""1- j white I watch, witbaieakraaeve all riglitai0, aceounts, HielaJnigdiideMl, wer
is even saucy' enough to tell me sonie-
3 it tatitts
5,!iS-. . L"
Til - -r
A i. Ib apw. oec.pMd by I. rlcw Um-
A. tdmlwwM nwkirif H it H urr, rh.rf
rd i. pniajrt.. to I mam : Mahiuf Vi Of Si 4r.
r.arf rd Hi pmpufl to 9 r. All frvUiKM of tl
rouaj l , cftaxgrd I. pnifMirttu. to the wh.iM'.of
.kick it ar. frwannrfp.rt.- --
llrriAnil RKnU, withnal uldilional chafr,
(raalrd W IkoM arb. advertia r)raJHy tbrvufh thr
TWrca d.dlan f. ..aMMiiarinf cudidla furffirf..
('uart 1'rdrr rkwfrd 'ii ftt fnl h.eh'r than thr
lartr. rair. Order (ur divurc wf h.aiiand .Ml m-ifr,
irFrnaaa wn.if i. adirrrliarinrtita are rrt
d a aat Ik. ..nhr of inarnaxui rri)uirrd ; and if
it a wiafecd lh)r alxxild urrayy lh laal apacr axaai
btf, arril Uf n I ha laark the word (- Othrrwiar
tkay ilt k put P lk aa..l ') "d charfed
But the wife remained immovable and
"Say, Emily, may I ring the bell, and
I am very sorry that you have so ma
ny trial, my dear. I have a great many
in my business, and luno secretly hoped
that you might be spared nil these little
order a tire (" trials, that you, might fuel like diverting
" A a, no, quickly interposed his wife, ; my mind in an agreeable clnt-cliat when
'I have just gt my rooms cleaned for j I return homo weary and dispirited'
the t-umiiier, and 1 will not have them "Have yon seen Mr. Barre to-day?"
touched.' inquired Emily. ' '
"I'leancd for the summer! I wish I "No, I have not," replied Mr. Abhton,
could live in a place where they would 'glad to turn the conversation.
cniler it a crime to clean a hoiie more
in Italy; there, under the influence of the
hue climate they grew, but preserved the
nervous impressibility which in tlteii
youth had put their Jives in danger.
flieir likeness to each other was truly
surprising. Uoth devoted themselves
to fine arts, painting especially.
When, sixteen year, old tliey were con
sidered as masters ; but about that time
Washington Mouameat Society at Wash
ington received a stuitien imjxHaa. A
uioiig other measures adopted to procure
(sufficient funds fir the completion of the
eui&oe was that of ajpantinjr an agent in
each congressional district throughout the
United Matt, who were furnLdifd with
lithographs of the, future monument.
inrr tmth. 1 in ttii vsiftntia ntfuntl that' ..... 0
g ..j r H I 9fi OJ1m EA iilltiatntii
jected for a long time, but at last over- f, vm ,r ; .1-
come by the supp .cation, of mother they Lnd of uiin conntr. Pennsvlvan-
Couie, tea is rea.lv" said Emily. ! eu l C 'Ifl-T, w aec? ;.w1,' c""e 6,K""U The whole family were assembled
than once in twelve veurs.' ' Thv both sat down in silence, and ap-1 . " ' V "H"" ' r ' i to U-4 at Uie beautiful picture. In tiie
Tl...., I .1 I.I "l ...l.. in.nr.4 to 1k H-rnrinvd in tl.li' nwr. i tu 10 vMt weece and the 4ast, to be all- ;.-.:. ,, .11 r:.
tluin I m.w nil. " Kn.ilr f. .r f....r I I thollLhtS. SCIlt 8 year.
miirht net iMiisoiied before inv time came. I Soon aflt-r tea the door
.ucii fieciu 1101 ti nave any iicrceiu ion 01 , on- i n v-i u uiiuiimuicu. a n c vmiix ' . .- i , t i ' iva w aaumcuiu ui nuu- . ,. t.-.
dirt. It is fortunate that so ,,ehnVw.' l.d off in lively conversation. The '-teresfng and beautiful scene. , his ,,e dweh in terilisl wdj , dissolute, cnmmdnien,. Parent.
.1.1..... : ...ii i.i r. i...,i ,,! travels. But these pictures taken from I .;,...u . uf-if-.i i should in this particular have a ri'Md and
up the tire-frames to soon." muttered Iter ' 1 1 with a resolution that nothing should . nf w,ee 80 tx?t"tl'1 V"5 'n"terl,rt oJ i Suddenly the fanner broke silence :
1. 1 . ri HiuHuHin, lawajui sua uaa ara
iiesuiany were transmit-!,...,... :..Ji r.i i ji iuiu tue sireei aiier uit
bell rang, and ft .h,.,n ,t0, 1,19 mother .rl brother , , ,e tln.-. -,k portrayed fT "C4're
: l .1
lrvper ri'-ius 01 uoys, 1 am equally appre
heuaive Test parent who are not tore
thoughtful, and have not habituated thein
awlrco u rUw oWrvaiioii upon tlio sub
ject, permit their scms indulgences which
are almost certain to result in their de
nKralization, if not in their total ruin ;
and among the habits which I have ob
served tending most surely to ruin, I
know of none more important thau that
of parents permitting their sons to be in
the street after nightfall
It i ruinous, to their morals in all in
stances. They acquire, under the cover
ot night, an nnhealthful state of mind,
bad, vulgar and profane language, ob
scene practices, criminal sentiments, a
lowkgs and riotous bearing. Indeed, it
is 111 the street alter uuhtfall that the
ipacity for ""becoiiii rig
"What! at this seat-on pf the year
almo-t the mid. lie of June t We had
ought to expect summer weather by this
"Snpjxisc we should have callers to
day." " So one will call to-day, i should not
readily imagine. I think the clouds pre
dict a storm.
K-cur to cluud the sky over their matri ."' T 'a"Ue1 U-V.U,e LTU,T " " 1 i.a!IthUf.r
m al life. For many times our young e4 "6 ,e e ume, mai ii.ey , . u D . Yo0 know
wife had contrived to feel sad, and make rndv be distrngurshed the one from- L( Whingt.m w "
her' husband as gloomy as if stmie real i .l'u."1,.'cr 'V'0 '," Ll'IK'r " Vet, be was tiw first President; he
misfortune were hanging over them. red died, and the physicians wrote to the ;.ke1 ,Le pnd,, didn't he C
" What say von, Emily, to giving- Hpl' I,.,,c crcumstauces 1 a. Ves u,-, ,Le and tLU
lK.usekeei.ing, and going out to board ll "Tl"fi ,,ea,th- -r heauftda.y.! h b-etod Jft a tmini; leSimo-
said Mr. Asia after another chapter of i f"1 'he ,bour' tUe. brod'er ''nial of the etefuai gratitude hi -coun-
the servant's deficiencies, and short com
ings, and overgrown ideas to " what was
I ly also died. The same circumstances at
tended his death the last words uttered
were the same.
The anticipated sabscriber studied the
" In d.H.rs or out f inouired her hns-: their place, and what was not." "1 should i "r , ' pUte attentively.
band, roguishly. Ilike to try it, at anv rate," continued hoJ ...v-..-. Well, saiJ ne, I won't pay any
Jiit t this moment the door bell ran.' " hy, .Mr. Ashton ! 1 thought you -. fi tWn towards it: 1 dotal see no use to
which betokened something more than wished to keep house, because you could '"" 'V.T ''i' S".n8' ' le ..u'.ter- , ,wllie mitsarh bia cLiomey.
tslie Und lost She
mi trarruiiii iihv tir iiimiiit. ii'm-iiliv 11 h f n moiv not in, hum .
viKitnr was nsnereu in. ell. .Lium soitua, out 11 is more . , ,. .. , . . , , . '
l,t i .r. , Mr rn. " ..-.M for voiir sake than mv own that I won d ' ""- 'ot-oisei.es, atiu
t- 1 l a 1.....?. . ...1 1'.l ... .. mai-.. tU.i .li.ifn.. I u,. t..ii. I...,i-.L. ......
itmtttm.- w-fHhmfc4ftrt-rrgOT twcfmt--.- -- - T ; , T-r-d-ir7?;rr.TriZ vr ,;;,.V r 1 rrT..1. . 1 the m'lhey niiaired to Span
. . M.rri vi' 1 mt ' v- i-i K-ntniiii'i iu. ii imp , - . .
Hon our readers against a very yisy j A, , t vis. u.t.n ,mtllil but ,,,. illternipted chain
mlvi'riiiuMiieiit lii'Hili-il "American A ft-1 . . 1 1 : 1
....... II ..., ... .n i.,..! ..!. I.i. III 111 Hi :l I Id I1 T lll'll l.ll ll'l'l'l. II 111 I. I
I Ul. lll"l IB .l-IT BIIILTIIII1I IT .-,1111, I'll - - ..... .. , 1
receipts from freight, passengers and mail
nMiir9a.il I'I I Al. " .
viv i u,d.j, ii,uuu iiiu current ex
penses $70,530 tM, showing a profit on
the year's business of 103, 302 81 or
10J per ceut. ,
The following gentlemeo were elected
Directors on the part of the individual
stock-holders for the ensuing year, viz :
L O'B. Branch, Thomas Miller, Geo. W.
Mordecai, and Dr. W. J. Hawkins ; and
Hit following gentlemen were appointed
by fiie Board of Internal Improvement,
Directors on the part of the State, vix :
Oastoi. II. Wilder, John G. King, and
Dr. E. 11. Crudnp.
At a Meeting of the Directors, subse
quently livid, L. O'B. Branch, Esq., the
popular and able President, was re-elected
; and iltj. W. W. Vas. was re-elected
The atTawiTlie i Itiiaa"apaToTeTn
a most tiroepero-j. and aatiat'actory condi
tion. hal-cuh SUindard.
illfjelildt. rula.. tlmi irill n,.a n..rfiiit a a..ti
under any circumsUnce. whatever to go ' HON'- HEXUY A. WISE OS KNOW XOTH
into tne streets alter uightfall with a view
of engajafing in oit-of-4or sports, or met
other boys for cial chance occupation.
A right rule of this kind invariably ad
hered to, will soon deaden the desire for
such dangerous practices.
Boy should Ue taught to have pleasure
around the family centre table, in read
ing, iu conversation, and in quiet amuse
ments. Boys are seen in the streets after
nightfall, behaving in a manner entirely
destructive of all good morals. Fathers
and mothers, keep your children home at
uuuu a ihiuk urn auca a ui; ariuuiurj. " I 4 .... I ...... 1. . , man o i iu i mru 1 ruusHania. in . irinuia 1110
your rreiTJitTS pteaiaTiTrsnfacandpKF
ti table to them ; and above all, with a
view to their security from further de-
LlOIl, in U- . .aJMUI'"-Wi,., , , ,
, . I ., rTJnne, he cotifllaleu ; '
try, ' pr loses to sundry " gilt " , i , i
t, lots and house, in and near N. Vl'",1't'r- . , , . , ..,
A.iiiwiiM. : i : It is indeed. I havi
iaiV UnionJl.ia Jtlucki. J . W . Holhrook iu.
York, and 24),0K) in cash, in various
sum. ; all of which is to do alter he shall
have uccecdcd in selling 250,000 tickets
at fl each. iht is. to ay. t.hi..Mr., U.ii
These remarks sank heavily into the
vc been telling wife i heart
that we ouirht to have a ir.ssl eoa! fire, not retrain trom weeping puss
LV-I.. .1 .I...... r I....I 1.... .n-ir flu. ,11 u-l,,.ii ulii. u.i,a t..t.,i Ikiw. .I..,-
Ciilliv, uunr, inm i . ou uuiia. i iiau uiu- ........ ... . ..v. niw..iiV. ...ivji. ( j i.
I i..v ,1... ....I n.,l..r rit. ' Jvi liila eiiiiniiiir oviir tliu ilia of hhi .
1 . .l' ii tj. .....i. i : -i i.i -
, l I r.iroiT ironiiru, nun 1.1-1 1111 iioiuiiirot . .
J!XV5ri- TtefrMr hnJM Mr. Norrmiick- n I liow WKu I'll do ; I'll
1 1 .. iK, i finil Ci'f trif friwul mill i-ultijir
I L...a All '1 a I Al- U 1,11 ,T KliXJ
1 Hill lllll I-IMII, IiItlll'sifM ill), " ( . ' - " i , I i. ,i I
hot - RO fff' Mr. Alison wns ',. .,, , V. .V' : " in,- the t.rL ,af whirh thr iv thiW
Uly eer heartf before, is to lie trusted
with $2.50,000, with the faint hope that
'a wilL as he promise, to do, not onlv
furnish stout picture with $250,0)0, but
wuaflerwanJi digtribute, iiy s4urt-.ul'
lottery, (itself utterly unlawful ii New
York,) another $230,000 iu pictures, mo
ncy and "real estate ! .
fisemetif, with a Circular ottering us $25
ti insert U six. iiioiifhs. But, seeiiig iio-
" TTimg fiTiriTiart neked'1irnriT?rrTinirr
-iug mU HMany a poor and toohinkintf per
. i . i .i ... i i .
son miiiht be tempted U throw away a
dollar upon tuch a humbug, we threw
the Circular and advertisement into the
tire. To our surprise we fine that many
otlier papers, and among them several
of our most respectable exchanges, have
published the advertisement. We there
fore thiuk it a duty, not only to refuse to
give it currency, as we did, but also. to
expose it We have no doubt that the
whole affair i. an arrant humbug, a cheat
a hr i unquestionably unlawful. The
law. of New York prohibit lotteries, in
every shape, as demoralizing, even .when
regulated by law and under ressmsible
management. How much more Mieh a
lottery a this where the public has no
scennty for the forthcoming of any of the
prieea. It ha. every appearance of one
of those swindling operations with which
-New York abounds. c regret mat me
Southern pres. give, it currency (it is
not published in llie .-ew iora piijiers,
we believe,) and hope that ho reader
of ours wHI bd humbugged by "J. W.
IrS'Tnorelike No-: ritnt. Precfarrs little romfort do I seef' j T" ,1ken.l8,tk lrat'on was or-
t cllNlMti un ii.r-.iti nrL.r-iji
Tli- JLhCMmSeMUsMJWM,&M yr; i.trnctiiKi. Ui tlntlil niit, IwaiiniiM r-w hiht.
sous again devoted themselves to naint- P'4 ra,lw ' t.uing ineir ctiaracters tor lile, so ac-
in jr. htu (sixteen vear old, tliev were f "ujius i ri -nr. cui.Miieu o uuregara the iifinii sense ol
Awi-.wu w jiphjii i.. w "uuct- .-jiiikme as u oitenir viuiute the ahbuth-
I- a : 1 .fOtW-..T, f .-.
In a rreeirt letter to the Richmond Ebqtiirer,
ocvupving some six murbtl columns of that Jour
nal, lion. Henry A. Wise, L-ikus into conoidenv
lioo the nw orilifr, known as Know Xijtliinga.
He propose tlie opinion, that the preaeut
auto of aifin in this country is nut im b u to
jwtify theiuruiatiuo, by .the people, of sny se-
cra puiiiM-ai aticirtj. Ana inoruer 10 suow inr
in.ulhciunoy of tlio Cathuhc Church to eudunger
public harmony, gives tlio following statistics :
TUe number of churches in the United Slate,
is 3t4,04il, of Catholic churches 2,1 ; rtiora
than 3 1 to 1 aru l'rotustanta. In Yiririnia tha
dered. The mother for a time resisted, f"l 'rucTaT, p.eriiig 2Krdar rtr street pastrrrres duTtrnj its day or
of he vninir wife and si ecod ! 1,1,1 fi,,all)r "'ted that one of them hf- i "
.TiZ should visit the Smith of SMin. Cliance I 14 d
ivt 'inK inwi-Fiinivii ... . . . . . . Im. .muc i anuin.1 m-1imi L Jtr
again aesigimiea Altrea as the one that " . " " . . -
The same phenomena were j wil '""T?. "r
, ilirimi U'ltii.niMl hut u- i.in.I. I., imiuiiitu in aomii
wall has alreawlv been erected, to be sur-
"0i. I am hot
Norri. with shivering
..... J xm infarlhr WaS reWliced by the U V-mwi tlss-Ir, at tik.wl.fcft,-!.. m . phweaq ao
I ...st run over ; SSjS? ffid rJS I e Tron' Work, in Im enaartr Ttah Tern-1 rW P' k, glove, ,
sua- . . 1 ..... . i nut In makinu vourself i tml In- wiiikinii at
HOW TO SHOW LOVE FOR A WIFE.
Skw L W fur vetir wir. bum I Trior a.liniralinn of
tnu w making vourseu a i.i nv wwikini; si anil
1 7 : luore than 20 to 1.
The whole value of church property in the
United State ia $37,328,901 ; of Catholic church
fwtefty ift Jjaofl-or 9 to1; -In-Virginia
llie whole value of church proiierty is $2,856,-
070 ; of Catholic church projwrty $42U,100 ;
or 22 to 1.
In the United States there are four Proteataat
aect, either of winch ia larger than the CatholiciT
The Baptiata pnivida acomiuodatioua ...347,09
Tha Methodnia fi ...443,479
TUe Priiabyl.riana Ii
To. t,'uugr(aUuaaiiili aa
Amr"ir fiair Prolealaat ar-rla.
1 he Catbuilca fcr.
Majiirity iif niily fnnr Pmteatant aecta....
AiW tha Knai-Ai)ialiwia fur. 4
I..... .im. I.iilli I ooll.i.l a rielnl loin in aiuv : to her s le ill. In . - " ... -i . i -i l.t ni i . . . ' " w Mi",ur
.. 1 i i i . ,, . Lj ttw...!... .ur- l...a- '.-.. rl""-!"- bttiUMsr. lied.i -thegL I'-iS J-VJ aNUl W1 tX.yny.tfcmliatUt-iiliw thtin Wartef real conhirs
ratherearir.a... already airlmpe 1 the wh,de m: m'r-her ulmle heurr j bothpronounci ngth eT-e(f - TWNortl an.1 southern Wmira, ,,T -nit-iea! U7the
you wilt excuse lift-but as I hint some am a I : her , same words their brothers had prououuc-! - .nk. , nigh value j J t on "her health and lifc. and
particular business with Mr. Ashton. I dear child, said .Mrs. iIm.ii, . 1 , j,,. H,ten 4Uve eylln. 1 trf miu). M Tour (f ((.
concluded you might be at home at this sun ing kindly, you are young yet that , r--v js J,. jn (c German 'dric1- K.nnie.I by oa-tag. turrets and fall nt of her aWrt, b let it be consent
m . The ''ftwWaV"wV--'''"':'"g "' 'ir4-aty-.,it.i tnith in.1 srn-a.'.nil .irh4atoiuiaca
.."i am giati m you, .am air, ,-tsn. t .. v v . m.-w -hi., n miciv no. .. ,, , . ,r.i,.,,l . wav letinji to the battiemenu. IV. . her of y.w juaawitn. '
tarn. . : I , iVLrj,.w.''Vy .a"yVy"" l'''x Baliererrf-HiisHrhVrmrt-'"8-
iiiioiu.iu "urn i ii". va-iw. , , -, ... .. t. at . t- t.rikiiil J tZa-. I.n 1 1.1 1 r..v ' Tim DVT lUf ttt ntkW MUQ HI ttUlinL
( ,lie western end will be placed in ,.idN th Ut that yo can use, eau.-c.ally
THE GOOD OLD TIMFjS IX YIU- la Hipper or I rsa Ma A.B -y f ''
GINl jor- Asregardftheintri.arrange.nents pfUofl btwrt
Mi-vi-a. J r. Iuv lhat tnak.-s the husbaiid cheerfullv toll bv
. nil. ... .Mr waaarmvui aa imihiiiui . , - .. . .. .
, t--- -i'i !"V, l-rvat his nst bv ui'li', einmre all mrta of
. 10.447, M8
After a short time, Mr. N orris took liisl ma
" Small favors received, acknowledged, "ess move in jH-rlect system, and yet
and gratefully accepted, and larger ones have quietness and ease."
in t.roM.rtionV' said Kmily, as soon as the ! " In the first place, the object of good
visitor had closed the door. ' I gave or- housekeeping is comfort, and comfort it.r
lers to the servants, this morning, to say plies quiet and ease. Always try and
Under this head, " J. A. Y." a corres-.
."7 feet long ly 35 tevt w ide, and on
f mi .mil i uiiio n.1,1 itimiiril fur ii .but have e very t tiinir Mlcasant lor Vour uus-. l'niieni. oi me . l . spirit ol me irjiec, .. i i,:i .. l
,. .... ------ " ' - - ' -r- . . . -. . . , : 11 . .. , mar nir. ui.a aa ad. c a.u " ' mi ".i. il
i . i .. - .. .i i I......I If ...n 1...,- n .. ., ..t I.. ,-,.,1 ; li'lU two or three varv (mml clum... ..iw. - F-. .. ..... - - u-
we nan gone ..no ine country. ......... .... ........ .u. -;- - - o ; l.v lt wslo, wliiie oo tlie third floor L, miir
f i ..i.i.. x- ...mm ........ ...,,.t;..i. ),...., With a., mi I. uf w ne i is the foilou-inir : I .. .... .. .. .
r or my pun, a was giau to see .a or- -u.-.v, .. , --- - . tin-re miu in; aaoUaer o lue same sue, beart a dailv
. , . i ,. ,, . 'I .1.1. II.... . I. .....I. !.. i n t iiiu ilnrj lifi-l i.l.l V.-..1I ., rw.. ... . . . ' - "
rm aniil Mr Aiilirmi ' u ia-.. 1 11 mi.rll. llt'ltllJI. IIICUIIS. HI1U lllbl. llioillll IlOl leunl. ' ... win ' . 1.;.!. ......... ...... a- ... .l . .
a liiilinml t int von niMirlv
i hardship, if the life or. health of bis w ife demand
fied at the cool recei.tion we iave him.
I'oor fellow. ! he had llie Idueshakes when ; right have petty trials
which we regret having given currency
he went out. I must ask him to tea to
morrow. Say, shan't I, Kmily ('
" Well, if yon must, why you must, I
" But what f Have yon any objection ?"
Nothing, only I have just got my table-service
nicely cleuned and polished,
and my table-cloths all-put away with the
exception of tlioo we have for our own
"Capital!" said Mr. Ashton, "How
proud 1 shall feel to have things look so
nice! I don't doubt, if Mr. Norris takes
tea here, that he will be a married man
iii less than a year. What do you think,
Iiim u-hiit 1 Every one livinir here then recollected
v ,,ii v- i r i ii ii wus iinN.ses. ir:
to intervene In- Old .Ned a frolicking old lee darkey, mi i
tw een you and happiness ?"' j who never let a muster, a cock tight or a jj t wy0 (
" ( )h', well, but I have the worst do- i race pas, without being on hand, it p- j.
mestics in the world ! They will not tet ; sible. Joined to old Ned's inordiuate, '
me instruct them at all; and nothing is love of such sports was what is now-a-
'done as I should do it." (days termed the business part of mankind ' rui.
" I think I heard you say, not long i a great deal of cuteiiess, but what was in
... .i . J. . . . . . i ,., ,i.;.... i.... i:...i.i.
deeds, and your word- carry to ber
an.l hourly onnfinn.ition uf tlie fact.
valoe her health and life and hamiine
Artund the otitside of the ; U-yond all other things ii the world; and 1. 1 tl.is
a pr.Mut-navile tni fce roanitoat to ner paruculariy at Uiose tunes
apprvaaclieJ ou all sides : hW ia luoni ot lutt ia danger.
4 IWn in a number of trunks lettered
since, that they wera very neat and ; mci someimi g ies creuuaoie. ; if , iourueT. SatunUr after- r . "
ii. kin ma ii.A.lck itaaittir-tr- -aii-aal t. n rial . , a a a
but thev will not let me come off at some tavern in the county of 1 ,, ' . -t " trim n.arfeet. Une negro girt almut ten years
. . i
command them at all
On a certain day a great muster was to
Sale Oat. We had quite i
! crowd in Winnsboro' on sale day.
' The negroes commanded an astonish
ingly high price, when we reflect what a
gency there lias been in the money
1 caunot exercise llcnrico, aud.ol eourse a cock light or,. rlm,,4 ,V frt Ki Titorr. " - ' "Tr ir
atiy dignity whatever in my own house." . two. At the appointed time a great ma- v cvos ilesr, WeaIelL ( Zrt i Sl SKi'iw
" Do not exact too much," said Mrs. : ny masons were proMent, and among them . -. -th tte- f-.v. ,n j. txHt tuurteen sold for $S.so, a w
Wilson. " Doiift vou think, l.v vour own 1 Mr. M.. a ireutleiiian of the real old striw, .i ' , i ..i.' Iuan ulree cuuuren lor Mi. ; anu
Majurity of only 6 re Prutratant arcta..
' In Virginia there "aro' five Tfotesiahl eci7"
either of which " htget than the number of
Calholies in the Slate.
Epucupal - - 79.UM
Luihcraa, ,., .. .JfI .., ..j. 1
rian . ...'.I.i ........ llM.IUi
ratixCi-a. ... ... .... jJO
Ma.mly oTfre. Piwteatajil aects iu Tvgiiuar.Tbj.-iii
r nearly 9 Iu 1
Thua naliTra are to priwuia uf iurcin birth
.D tbr UDltrd Statea, a..1..'. 3 Hr,l-
In Vtrjriliia, aa 38 tu I
Thr I'nitratant churrh arrumrradntiiKia to
the CathiJic an ia Ihc L'ultrd Stale, aa 21 Id I
In Virginia aa 108 Iu 1
The nuailier of Pruleataut churehea to num
ber of Catholic, in the United State, aa . 31 to 1
1. Virginia aa 14U to 1
The value uf Proteat.nl church property ia
the failed State. i to the value of Cath
olic church pnierty aa .9 to t
In Virginia aa Ji to I
There are four l'rotestant sects each of which
is lurger thau llie Csrholift in the United States, -and
the agirrvgate of which exceeds the Catho
lic by a majority of 9,804,250 votaries, and add
ing one sect smaller, by a majority uf 10,447,348.
In Virginia there are five Protestant sects,
each larger thaa the number of Catholics in tha
State, and the aggregate of which exceeds the
I Catholics by a majority of 705,426 votaries.
At this lile.isimt turn of affair. Kmilv
onnnewtwooccaaiouss Veuiean iiiose , , . . w v,,m(t silv, Mrs. W ih
which promise to impart "valuable Inl-.r-1 jviu.j ,,, tl.a ; ..vervthi'tig, to all up- u By" 'keepiti
i.iuti. lii i.i ant' aiia u-im u' 1 1 1 n ruur I uir ; 1 .
short experience, that ' perfect obedience' j who had made a few ten dollar bets on ,K.rtBre f l!jeir new in ,he f;ir
is tlie most difficult of human virtues ?" the c.K'k fights, and lost every one. He West, durin" thi , t TIk-t seem M
",W', ti?rlliHi. aatil Kllllly." Bill 1 " immm iitiuj. i.n hid l.itdluck. when L .ftlie rtuif 4 vLich enit-rants to a
how is it that vou take everythin.' so ca-: old N ed was seen api.n.achiiilpwirh-s, ...j,,. eountrr" sk.nf.l 1
u . iaait T uu . .... -aaa. . f--pPantnTi.- passed ll -well - - and Mt.ttr.-.4WrXJLii
irtHWiTltll'Jar. IHf- we imveiieani , r;,,1J,!,l thllt if h...-nhl t4 married
! Ml v
wcrecneai. i ncy vcttt j . . . Mr A(,lt(ni
out reflection, lint none sucn .wiii nme , , , . il,-,..., r,,l ihiti.V after with llicm ,m llior tniils ; in short, l.v
place in the Observer hereafter. I .. I" Vit v 1 1 iiiir looked mi nice the tea-1 endeavoring to make everything lis plea
in ?' : larire ban thrown over his shoulder.
a general snpcrinteinf ' " Mill So, Ned, what haverou there t"
not 'intertermg too niiicli with , rast rale cock, aiassa ai.
servants, encouraging thein when I f TamSXcf -
Mi... a al
in ViTilioTlllliliy. iili.l fii'llllWII IlitlllL' "till, 'i . iOmi .is il Ihtiit, f, Jlilaaa
i t , . ,. , .... I-... v. i . :.t. i.:...
i -III . no ii 1 1 ii , oiii aim nun
j'.seI ; and !-.k jWwarI"To-"tiarwaujr:
ney s end. and the squatter life that i te
're them, with
versTiig wTt!I AY.r.'I!, lie said the
Tain a fig
anu vi lue
Plain Talk. The Church Review, a very
able and learned Episcopal periodical, publislied
a woman and one child for $1,100. The in New Haven, Connecticut, cannot certainly be
The tract of land on which is located the ' aecuaed of flattering the people of its section.
Simpson place, near the station of the 1 Noticing a work called Karmingdalc, by Caro
sanie name on the Charlotte Iload, sold line Tboin.is, the liok says : "The solid ig
at 1 T.5 ler acre, llie ballanee of the ! norance. the c.iilra. t.il tneaniiesa, tlie cold-heart-land,
annie .4 it -B04tW-tilaotee at A5 ;ed,calcuh.t.ng t-m.lius. the want of moral and
V t .1... ...,;.. ..r f , V T. . Wfimtl uilluu wl.i.li . Ii -irscferm- ajaxgeas.
In coll- i . ' i. i .11.., Yankee farmers, ari' portravt-d to the very
- ' W Twill Und no difllculiv in uaiuin'the iK-rtou. wIh.-
T11K KUSSIAN KMIH;K.
Tlie New York Tribune nv that Kuwia can
till cmcenlrate an army of three l.mulrtil iliou
;inl mn at a givin piint, and add :
"And there are people who Is-lifVe lhai Nicho
hw will sue for (H-aeeif SeyawtoNil he lak 'i.! why,
Kiuwia has Hot ph.Jvd one-third ..f hi-r lruiiiH.
y.-t, and the mmni'iitary lo of Sevat...l and
'( til. IWt ia hardly f. it at atl by the i:int, to
wlio.a Sevastopol and the fl.-.-l wen- but ;i pl-iy-ihing.
Uussia knowa full well that her ..i-iive
a. tioa doc Dot he aloliir the s.-a shores or sillnu
-ftt Obaermi.. ir,.;, ...-i ii.l,h..i l.il -i.. i i:tllv. sunt as 'iosihlc l.v an even course daily
Kmily took things hard. Everything witlr iiiy hiibaml--aud- vaiiU.J . x. , .
in lioiisckeeiiiii'' ai feared burdensome to let little ditficultiesgrow into larger ones. " hat s-jne prTcr.-;e4 4-
tier. She trusted nobody ; she was con- i Vou will find them much easier to cv"
tm.iiillv timliny fault. Servants were n'oncr. hie must pass over much to get
c.iiiliuiH'.l "thorn in her flesh,
sourer of irritation, moths were horril
and all the daily vexations of life teudi
to make this a World
flies a .throiiL'h life happily.
i. ' Kmily went home
1 ! put in practice the gi
of tiiliiihitioH-attrU Mr. A-lit.m soon ..
1 and, with -grt-'at deli
.1 -....!. tt....-
And Ned drew -4rth ji lariii! ia.-aJklti . . . ...... Maiiitme I uii ynin.f tiinl ii.ui. It
, , . , . , , . ' . i.,aa ii. t-n, ..,.-T . aagaaaaa- -a i ,ai immv. . , , - i i .
cock, which, to ludge by- its uu was a ,, ... j ... : f;..,-;,.,- - i.M. i-i.I t'ail ft MatUnii' 1 aUyvraiid that one
day, tier tiuuana having ton ncr rnar
IVn-m was coming to dii.iu r. bid her read
a little of. bi.-Unik upon Egvpt. juat pub-
tii-tie.1. in order that rie-hii'ir tie enabled
... i - i
to av Tiicthinj civil to It t i ti ;!!. u it, a.i-
, firmly resolved t"
Kid advice given her.
Ii.-crved the change,
ghl, remarked" that
She had been married about two years,he bd not envy a man his " single l.less
and. wanted to be considered an excellent e.lness" while lie had such 'a sure resource
r..u,.L....ii,.r So Jui mis. so lar as neat- tor crushed spirit a pleasant wile, am
lar aa ueai-. , i v. K' n.un iuu- : -.
coiim-ucd ;j iiAdiort, a hai'lD" nH;.
" Five dollars, Massa, an' eheaji at dat;
an it any cock .. inns ground dis f.n k,
I gin you back tie HH'iiVy."
The barsain was accordingly s'roek
and the niaich made for a liglit right a
wav. M. bet about the amount he bad
already lost, and the cocks were put iu
the ring. -
At the first touch of the steel. Old
N ed's cock gave a most awful squall, and
took a strong wind for the woods. .M-
were no slaves in tnecnipanv ; out, san
he. w, iih a smile, when tin-time for voting
--h4W- iww Jd'tteliiujitMi e.;n-f we shall
givcuoute Si.athem voe." While weare
xrry. sv emigration still omlinuing
from tlie old N.-r.h StaU-itlir t"Lt wiii-e-
:nc-'iiipai!y ti.is aJva-:itur.us band on
tiieir journey wot. May ti.eir foiu!ct
a:itici;i'.i-..is !e n;..ne tiiaM realiz,sl. an-i
may they thi-i in ll.eir t;.-w b r:us pr.
jHjrity and hajipini-ss. II 7. Ilcr-i' l.
hiaaali-A .n I... I.I. I., :l, -1 Ctlll'l'll- ... ... ., . 1 I I 1 I I '
Irnti-d on o.. aiiot, wilbniil' fiill.-nng away lli-ir
i..rra m a trnitla Coast ilrti nee Hi'ainn evaii.- . . ., ,, , .-..i . .-.i. i . ....
. , ,, , ., ,.- ,i i e ai ll er nine i. iai m.i in i iii.iii. o-
rent .m-n.H. Kuaa.a mav Use the . rill.ra. the . ". . ., ... I
Ki 1, su l-,--er,brg. and ..H ..!, """K tl.a- .laav. w, . which she i . nhl
's'...h.g.s,; but a. long as her l.slv. will, M.- generally cnclu. o with the son-M fill
for its heart, and fortifieil I '.'.land f..r its flection that she should l.ot ive long and
wwd-arm, !. uiiUuelHd, jJh n.nd.uot gim in . lie might see whom he M ould get to keep
mi i.4a." , ( tltingfcin aH nice trder,s. slielid."
' - : " Well, why don't you dismiss them f"
' M'fSfi Martin Parker, of Wcsfmoreliind, said Mr. Ashton iiiipntieu.lly. ,'
ew-iWk,TwveHMl''ft " Tfrdirt' ftir-tvwt-1- " What, would, be tliu .iv !)!. ihiilt 1
tl.riliann.l C .. .. I .. ... 1 . I .1 ll.. ,i,.t .... T.l, , .1 il,l till. Ui.rk 1 lllll hot L'.'t 111111-
--..n,.,i,a in ,, 1 1 ii uu ,i uu i iaai s nun. ..nt i - r ,- , l-llli
f'I'oy who had slanUend lnr, and the mdM make a si ie f h.-mII, oi U put moiir, a man n lined M im i. kilhd I
wtng men T.f Itnnip gitTtr her n g-dd'mv luad wit or 1.bh bv doing h.m e-d their illegitimate Unldrut by throw
watch,. - J : v I w-iirk- .Thero t-CIniuge- fame wan r-- -uieni-ii;i un.
idedlv. When her husband caiiie . . , , curious woman, in l.rookville, says
ic would comnieiicV repeating in the llartt'.ird C.uirant, counted llie sliehes
she took in making a shirt, llie nimil.ei
was fourteen thousand four, hundred and
ihirl) -five. .,
SHOCKING UK V KI.Ol' M K N TS.
1'lIII.A I.KI.I'lll A, Nov. ISo.f.
....o.... - - i-. . .... i . ..jt .-!... A i.....,,- iAmn . run-.' a rpi.iii-' u i inr rim aiH. . s ..aa. i at I ut . ru.it 1 . t. i.-w i..
iK.-i. .... ""'uiIM.8a, Hl. . tllllKMUalllV WCl'l! COULTXllCU.jllloil, lif.ll.. .......v. , ........ ... .. ...... ... .... .. . - 7- .... - -. - . . . a . i.l ,..,',.11. ,.;. .1 I.."
. . . . ii,,, niu-n ,.,ii.-...M , .... ,-. . i - - . . 1. ...... .. .l...-,...,l.r..l ..l-..l.,u, .if "1 IV.t?A 1 IkTiiM litflK SAin
4IU44H tn-n!! mi ai I. Hit T7iiTi-a laaijaii. ira nw i ,a a. -a nana i r. -aa a.iji- - - - - a--.--i-..jt,-..-r,.,.a l - . . , .. ' . .
" C . i , i - . " . - i .. . -1 ...l. .. 1
ding that he wonld leai'e the volume tor
her on his tudy.tahie. lie forgot this,
however, and 'Madame, np n going into
the -tu iv. found a volume i " ltd .in-n
Cnisvi" on tiie table i.wtead. which having-
read very attentively, she wa- not
Ion" on opening upon 1 leiion at dinner.
about the desert island, fits manner ot
mi l..r ihrir picture. 1ms paitrv uiean-
n.-ss ..I li.-r:u-u-r is alnio-t the urst thing .iImiiiI
. Hngl uul.-rs." It is just this eliiss pnvisely
wtrirh -imaaWW4ate-Mt4..aUaa. aUiUl.3!!?!!'i!; ,u- Th
rni.ri' r. titi.-l an.l iiit. liigi iit (iortii.li i.f e Kng-l.-tiiij
MH.-K-1V bate nuthmg to do uith'it.
A n:v l.i.iiacions ladv once offered
to l-et ber hn-band fifty tWlars-that she
would not speak a word for a week.
" Goifcl !" said the delighted husband,
staking the money, ahich the lady im
mediately put it into her pocket, observ
ing very gravely that she would secure
it until tiie wager was decided.
"Whv, madam." cried the husband,
Inn. (Ud Ned was accordingly hauled
up, with the application of some pretty
" Didn't I tell you Massa M.' says Ned.
if onv cock hero dat cock I give you
back de five dollars Ihit tl.ev1fa.ve -to
lanrtin lo contain rnev. mi uu-u. ou unot
an acvjileutal e.vaminaii..n. pr.-ved to !
ten whole kegs, five hjdf kegs, four quar
ter kegs of gunwtK-r. V'," llx... and
t . iilv -five kt-gs ,.l" ,ajjal packet! in
thec.'tfi.v. It'wa diava-ta.-af-t.VGrena.la.
i . . . . i . i
ia! site meant : ai nasi, u nn ner
saving. A7i j'it. r 1 1 infrn .' (t ri
davi W percvived she t.x.k him tr no
les a person than lit.binsoii Crusoe.
fTie Tii'iTC"'; I'meaii th'elfoefc: affor T "am"
kotch hi ul t'us ; an' I never seen any cock Mis-is-ippi. bur as n i04-a.et would re
oiitniu oh" Skew ball in mv lile. Ya! ya!" eeive it. and Yiok-dtirg merchant con
( M. wauled to be very angrv. but it was sa-nt to st .n- it. the Mavor .. charge of
' i r . i 1 ' a. - " ... I .i .. .
liis artwor was c lokeil iiown hv ii. it is susfsea ne iw
A Woman named l'uiiielia Myers, now
' - - ,. ...... . ,i . A I , i. ....
under arrest, lias coniess.on rimr imrpar-a-
. ii, i. in I '
t lie niiroiirioiisraut.'hler of the crowd that i..-u-ki-.l to save tlie frt-tght.v ..ifthoiigb it
en l-Ttlla Uier
Mr. A. h H ill
iim .r li'ilf lr..ni
n." --.tsTi f.. rin ivt wii..' i m r Trieii.i lunik I .11 it
no t him -on . sidv, and he was forr Wia it 1 .e Jin i . m pa.r-1 ot t ie lKi.it anil w a j hrtn xiid 1 hear ot" I hi lb. t w.iillia.i
'I to I'liinv it as a capital mkc. ltd N- ad on l-nd. 1. -email whocouUl dosu. Ii .vms.. i clai'tli.-ir wmg f,r ,v. 'and "I.I I'lcn-
cvntititK'tl to fiviiucut the course till Jus a ihtiiij for the sake of a tew dollars tUt- tich-cr t nib the welimw-pwiQ with l rn.
, w - r4.r-i nn.nr-a' ea-.rr - , "imp - HiU6orotih Rtmrrr
.-.,.'. . " ' ' '. : I J, 1n.',.. ...
A I.AKI.K OWL A fiiend
in this count., intprms u- thai
re.-r.itU killed Am 'wi in that wi;
measured ttvt si-r- a tm-A '
The census of Itichiuoiid, Virginia, has
just been taken. The entire population
is put down at .12,3S Of this number
are ll'.JJ m hiWpeisons, 10,8-"t slaves,
and J.'.-'i free perspus of color.
Thuilow Weed, of the Albany Evening
inurnal. is now the lather ot eigliteen clnl- -drun
bis valuable liclpniate having prc--ented
bun with one every eleven months
;jtftre their mimnge ..v y "