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FEMALE JTORW At SCHOOL,
Hies Pom, KJUtAi.
w McRAY, Prtkciptl, with efficient Assistant. ,
THB OBJECT OFTHllftSTITOTIOJI U to prsvid
r the vhtWh edocatioa of Young Ladies, aOdss
M dditioi.i for to miifTH of tEem - my:
'Uraitlbr ttoavoeetionol teaching. Its aext LfT"1
- n onV 1st of FEBRUARY,, the new Bnek Bmld-
ntTrecently purchased or the n.tdersigoed. .TbebmWJ
: fcsitoaVtei limututf -grore, on
. SUST-a h" scbt nnmber ot ur.rfwo.
toaeeotmafldatoioo boarding pnpib. Ve bv timaeaiv
nnnM.i. for leetores. erperimenta ana imhwjwb in.
natural roicmra, " - 7 uit
; a j d or DmmI in the Haw bnsrfona
.Natural sciences, wuu u. o. j itf
vnuca who i w an i - o-;.---
Institute, and more recentiv iroiewir w
n.rWhern Mlege, . High Point fa MS ftjibotba
level of the kl The experience of
tbe wfadomof edae-tingS efevated o4 hlth, noos of
' Country. The expenses are lestr thn it any tfber Iatit
i oftbe charter ta the State. Board, and rarn.shed
rooms with 6re-plaeea, fuel, Ac, per th-
Branches $fi to 15 per session. Igoage and Oroamen
lab torn. Board and half the tnition required m adraoee.
The Proprietor, Teachers and PnpHs dwell together, and
:eat at the ame table. " ' '.' ""
Kgr 80 Y.rang Ladies will be recetred and er-diled lor
tuition nntil they can teach and pay it. Sitnationa gnar.
antied to snch.
For fail informahon. addi
REV. WM- LXAKGDON, ProprUbr,
High Point, N. C
January 11, 1859.
HENRY D. TURNER,
WHOLESALE AND BETA1L
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
So. 1, Fayetterllle Street, Raleigh.
HD. TURNER has on hand, and for aale, at the
lowest prices, a Urge and well selected assort-neat
of JEDICAL, SCHOOL. THEOUXlICAt . AND
MiaCELASEOOS BOOKS, -i too ioaEdltMW of BIBLES,
end PBAYEB BOOKS, in eery TanetT of Biadtng and
ize. And b receiving regularly all the Kew Works in the
various departments of Literature . ,. ,
. SCHOOL BOOKS. He respectfully solicit the atten
tion of School Teachers engaged in the instruction of youth,
to bis Msortment of School Books, which m very exten
sive. comnrisiDft the most valuable works now in use.
' BLANK BOOKS. His stock of Blank Book is com
plete, embracing every description of Accout, Record and
JJemorandum Books. - ,
" STATIONERY. Every Tanet? of Common and Fancy
Stationery including Writing and Wrapping Papers, Steel
Pens, of every description and price. Ink, Qm.b, .
Booksellers, Merchants, Teachers, Libraries, and School
Committees supplied on the most reasonable terms. - .
AU orders promptly atienaea to.
Raleigh, Jan. 17, 1359.
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
MR. SAH'L. D. HICKS, formerly of Granville County,
North-Carolina, and late of tbe firm of Brownley A
Hicks of Petersburg, Va, is tub day admitted to partner
ship in mr house. The business will be conducted nnd jr
the firm and style of 1. T. WILLIAMS A HICKS. 1 beg
to return my grateful acknowledgnieiiU to my patrons and
friends for the liberal support and patronage bestowed on
me for the past three years, aod request a continuance of
the same 'o tbe new concern, with assurance that the unit
ed efforts of the bouse will be deToted to their interests.
All pel sons having claims against me will please present
them for immediate payment, and those indebted for cash
bilb are requested to pay as earl; as practicable. Ad
ranees made though, on faith of produce, will, if desired,
be transferred to the new ooncern.
D. T. WILLIAMS.
Richmond, Jan. 1, 1S59.
D. T. WILLIAMS A HICKS.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS A GENERAL
FOR TOT SALE or
TOBACCO, WHEAT, &c,
- No. 5 Skoceo Slip,
Offer their services to the Planters of Virginia and North
Carolina, and the trade generally.
- jgf Particular attention paid to forwarding manufac
tured Tobacco, and filling orders; and liberal advances
made on all consignments in hand. 4
" D. T. WILLIAMS.
SAM'L. D. HICKS.
Late of Brownley A Hicks, Petersburg, Vs.
January 4, 1 839. 5 3m.
N. C. Six Per Cent, ritate Roads.
Treasury Dktartokxt, N. C. )
- Jan , 18S9. J
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
l9 at this office until 10 o'clock, A. M Sth of February
next, for the purchase of 8o,00 of N. C. State Coupon
Bonds, issued under An Act to incorporate tbe Western
Koeth-Carelina Railroad Company" and running thirty
years from 1st January, lSn9.
The above Bonds will have Coupons for interest at
6 per cent per annum attached, payable 1st January sad
JnW in eacS vear.
The prit .-ipal and interest will be payable at the Bank of
the Republic, New York, unless where the party prefers to
have them payable at the Treasury of tbe State.
Successful bidders upon being informed of the acceptance
of their bids, can deposit tbe amount of their bids inclu
ding the accrued interest, to the credit of tbe undersigned
in the Bank aforesaid, or in the Bank of the State or Bank
of Cape Fear, Raleigh.
Parties bidding will please address their letters endorsed
"Proposals lor N. C. Stocks" to the undersigned at Ra
leigh, N. C.
The bids will be opened in the presence of the Governor,
Secretary and Comptroller of State, and the President of
i Beak of t
' tbe State.
W. COURTS, '
' Public Treasurer.
January 7, 1359.
THE FIRM OF WARD & HUGHES HAS
th'm dar disposed of their stock of Uruipi, Medicinea,
Ac, to tbe Messrs. IREDELL BROTHERS. We tender
our kindest thanks to those who have sustained us. We
beg leave most respectfully to recommend oar friends to
continue their patronage to oar successors.
WARD A HUGHES.
January 25, 1859.
Those having claims against the firm of WARD A
HUGHES are requested to present them for payment, and
these indebted to as are respectfully requested to call and
kettle at once, and thereby save unnecessary expense.
the' entire Stock or Drags
JO. Medicines. Ac., of Messrs. WARD A HUGHES.
undersigned will continue the business at their old stand.
under the name and style of " Isxoau. Bbothbrs."
SAMUEL T. IREDELL, M. D,
, CAM. T. lKEDKLL.
Raleigh. Jan. 2S, 1859. 18 tt
J3T Raleigh Register and Spirit of the Age copy three
N. C- Mntnal Iasaraaes Compaay.
AT THE ANNUAL' MEETING OF THE
North-Carolina Mutual Insurance Company, held on
the 11th of January, the following person were elected
Directors and Officers for Jbe ensuing year:
.,. ..DIRECTORS: ; - r
''-: Henry D. Turner, Raleigh.,. -.-..
J. R. Williams, do. '
T.H.Selbv, do. .,
"'. C. W. D. Hutching, do. .
Kemp P. Battle, - do. t -George
Little, do. -
James M. Towles. ' do. ,. , " -"
James E. Hoyt, Washing toa
Alex. Mitchell, Newbern. .-'
Joshua G. Wright Wilmington .
. John M. Jones, Edeaton.- - ; -
Geo. W. Chartes .'Elisabeth Gy. ' '
Jos. Ramsay. Plymouth.
' J. W. Harrell, Mni ft eesboro. " - -
H. B. Williams, Charlotte. ' : '
Geo. A. Smith, Milton. ...
A. W. Steel, FayettevQIe.- - " .;
Joseph White, Anson County. , '
': Josh. Boner, Salem, . .
A-T. Summy.Asueville. " -.
0FFCERS OF THE COMPANt.
' T. H. Selby, Prtidtnl.
H. D. Turner, Vic President. .
John H. Bryn, Attorney.
Hunden S. Smith, Sterttaryand Treat urtr.
T. H. Selby, tx officio. )
John R. Williams, Executive Oammitto. '
C. W. D. Hutching, J
Thb Company ha been in successful operation over 10'
years, and continues to take risks upon all classes of pro
perty in the State, (except Steam Mills and Turpentine Dis
tilleries,) apon mvorabb terms. IU Policies now cover
property amonnting to $400W0, a brge portioa of which
is ia country risks; and its present capital b over 8ixv
Hundred Thousand Dollars, is bonds, properly secured. '
The average cost of Insurance upon the plan of thb Com
pany has bec less than oo third of one per cent, per aa
nnn. a all grades of property embraced ia its operations.
. Ai', eommanieationa ia nterence to ii arasee should be
addr sed tc Ue Secretary, post paid.
HAXDEN S. SM TH, Wy.
BaUgb, Jaa. 87..1859. . .
.THB OAK-CITY HOUSE,
-... .. JUST BELOW THB POST OFFICE, -
' . ' , BLRrea.' N. C.
rfrtHfS RESTAURANT WILL BE CONDUCTED
' JL hereafter afrteffar oa tbe Oak plan, ,.-
Tha CELLAR aad tha LARDER being always well'
stocked, sH the Mieasies of the esssoa wiir to erved p
in superior stvb by one of the bast Cooks ia tbe City.
J'riVatr BooiM fttM.' . . ., .- ;
Sapaer sent out to order, -. i
-Pecembef 7,1858. ' . .: " ; , - : I01-tt
-NEW ORLEANS SUGAR At MOLASSES."
!arwfO ftHDHL r-PBIM TO CHOICE NEW CROP;
300 amrreb?CtNer Crop New Orleans Sy rap aad
Hub daily expected direct frem New Orbaas. -.
- - Forsslewy
' V i HATHAWAY A CO.
Wiloton.K.C.J-a.'AlWr. : o-lmpd.
rniHTS BOUSX IS TBE MOST PLIASAKTLT SITU- 1
tyarapvuo lheitr. Ii is naar the river.
and alfutmnWlrSl J to those at Olf I
fort. H u also near lb steamboat '"
depot sod wiihia tea mioetes waia .
Naval Hospital. pUces well worthy a funU The Ckejntaf
Parlors, nd Dining Room, are very airy and theaeeod
daikms are uaexeelled by any Hotel n theoty. I-
no ostentatious puWkatioa of its being the most
the pniprietors. however, hope by
ami aiaiiHiin .w..
a due reiard to tbe eomforts of their guest, to.""?
pleasant and satsfoetory home, and like tpe
tuteamui oft he Old North State, the late Nathan WMac",
whose name it bears, by its intrinsic and todeet
eontinue to deserve the liberal pall snags it hasrecetvaO,
; JQS. SAM. BROWNg. "
The proprietors sabmit the following merit card ia.teeti
moay of th Uonse; it b sa extract from an editorial w the
Edenton(N.C.; Express:- - .
-It b a duty w owe the public to speak of things !
which it is interested in their tru Jight. but it is aot aly
a duty we owe the travelling public, but also Coot ibuiiag
our mite to commend merit when we apeak well of tn Jia
ovn Hon, located in PorUmou b. to which city aad uaeo-
. -: :u..K:t.. iklj k..i I i. an hnnckr. i '
Familiar with the principal holeb in ereral. State, aad
bavin bad several years ex;
inenence in travelling, we
i ik. ik.t ik. UiiuL in wnat ouoMiiuira
firat elasa hoteL b not inferior to any either North or South, j
True, others mar and do present a nuerappv-raw.
gaudy equipage, but none surpass the Mae in aabaianttal
entertainment and cheerful cou.pliaoce wrth the wiabes of
thegaest, . ' . ."
This b no fancy sketch, nor yet is tbe description over
wrought. Everr one who stops at this boue will alleat
our correctness we only regret we are not able to render
ample justice to the gentlemanly proprietors for their ener
gy to serve the pubUc ia an acceptable manner, and ! a
hotel Which should be tbe pride and the home of the trav
eW who ak-ae throaab. or sIom ia thai erty :
hope that aft our readers win ortncmseives the justiee U
ail at thb house when occasion oOeis.
January l, 1.
' LATE PUBLICATIONS.
WHAT WILL HE DO WITH ITT By Sir E. Balaer
TUE LAND AND THE BOOK, or Biblical Illustra
tion drawn from Hie Manner and Cnslome -The Scenes
and Scency of tbe Holy Land ; By W. M. Thomson. D. D
with numerous maps and engravings.
HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION IN ENGLAND; By
Henrr Thomas Buckle. .
CHARITY GREEN, or the varieties of Love; By The
AftXK.I.I. ft riirsS-New Edition.
THE SCOURING OF THE WHITE HORSE, or the ;
Long Vacation Rambloofa Londoa Clerk; By author of
"Tom Brown's School Days." ......
SUNSHINE, or Kate Vinton ; By Harriet B. Mckcwer.
BERTRAM NOEL; Bv E J. May.
WILD SIVRTS IN TUB FAR WEST; By Oersta
ecker Illustrated. . . , - ,
TWO DISCOURSES The first delivered on the 2:h of
Mav, 1S.VS, aa the closing sermon in the Old Brick Church
in Boekman Street The last on the Slst of October, lW.
at the dedication of the New Brick Church on Murray Hill;
Bv Gardner Spring, D.D. LL. I).
THE YULE LOG A aerie of Stories for tbe young.
LIFE AMONG THE CHILDREN.
BUDS FROM T1IF CHRISTMAS B0UGUS,nd other
Tales: Bv Virginia F. Townsend.
TOE SOCIABLE, or I.1 Home Amusementa.
DIVINE AND MORAL SONGS FOR CHILDREN;
By Rev. Isaac Watts, D. D. English Edition with colored
FOOTSTEPS OF SAMUEL PAUL.
MEMORIES OF BETHANY.
SWORD'S POCKET ALMANAC, for IST.9.
LIFE OF THE HON. NATHANIEL MACON, of North
Carolina; By Edward R. Cot ten.
For sale br
H. I. TURNER.
2i. C. Bok Store.
Raleigh. Jan. ST. 1839. . 18-
ON MONDAY. TUB IST OF FEBRUARY NEXT,
being tbe Monday of the Court of Pleaa and Quarter
Sessions for Carteret eountv. the undersigned, assignee in
trust for tbe creditors ol Willb-n C. Kinjf. will eipwe to
public sale, at the OhuI House in Beaufort, all toe eatate
of tbe said Win. C. King, ia and to Lots No. 19 sad S.
On these lots, which are located in the moat valuable aad
eligible part of tbe town of Beaufort is
Froat Street Hoase,
with which all tbe furniture therein will be sold on a liber
al credit to suit purchasers, the terms of a hied will be
made known on the day of sale.
Abo, at the same lime and place will be sold, on a credit
of six months, a
Valaaale Tract of Laad,
(subject to the dower of the widow of Wallace D. Styron,
tse'd..) containing about Sim acres, situated on the north
side of Goose Creek Bar in Carteret county.
' Abo, a part of Lot, 5k 17., o. v., im Deaufert; red one
Pleasure Boat and one Marsh Ponev.
F. L. KING. 1 Attlintt.
C. R. THOMAS, f
Beaufori, 5. C, Jan. 19, ll -tL
CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
I OFFER FOR SALE MY HOUSE AND LOT ON
Martin Street. - It bone of the nwwt comfortable dwel
lings in Raleigh, no expense having been spared to make it
so. The boose is aew, contain right room which are
beautifully grained, and two of them hi ted with grate;
there b aiao three Urre closets ; and every thing about the
premises b good. The garden b No 1, and has beea pro
nounced the beet in the City. There b also oa tbe prem
ises a brge barn, containing stable, carriage, arood and
- fowl house. 1 will sell it oa easr term.
January 81. 1859. 10 it
A. M. A R. G.
LEWIS is this day dissolved br mutual e-axat.
All clients indebted to the ble Firm are rrcnrted to call
and settle their account.
A. M. 1F.WIS,
R. G. LEWIS.
Raleigh, Jan. 18, 1859.
- A CARD.
RG. LEWIS WILL CONTINUE HIS OFFICE
a on Fayeltcville Street, in the City or Ratriah. He
will aiteud llie several Courts of Wake, franklin aud John
ston conutics; also tbe Terms of tbe Supreme and Federal
Court of tbe S ate.
Raleigh, Jan. 81, 1859. 10 Im.
THE AUCTION OF JOHN W. WIGGINS' STOCK
of DRY GOODS heretofore edvertitcd having been
postponed, the teroaining stock is now being sold at pri
vate sale for Oitk at Cost prices, consisting of a great v
riety of valuable articles, vb: Hats, Cap. Boonets, Ui
siery. Shoes, Shawls, Mantillas. Clk. Silk. MarioiM.
Plaids, Calicos, Ginghams, Casiineres, Clollis, and Suuie
tbingof erervthing usually found in Dry Gooda Store.
' The Store IIooe ccenpied by Mr. Wig ins. No. 4H,
Fayelteville Street, b for rent for the ensuing year, begin
. ning tbe 1 5th March next, and continuing for as many years
. . a the tenant may desire."
-r - GEO. W. BROOKS, Tn,,:
Raleigh, Jan. 19, 1859. 9 if.
t ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
THE SUBSCRIBER. HAVING QUALIFIED AS AD
. miubtrator of tbe estate of Mrs. MARY E. HARRI-
QflW kwk. rriwmm nAtitfM In .11 mma.. k.vr. 1: t
said estate to present them for payment. All pernios in-
. debled to. said estate are notified to come forward aad make
W. W. UULOJtS, Adm.
January 95, 1859. . IS
. . POR iTlBE. J
TWO NO. 1 TANNERS.
' .Apply to
- . . . . W. H. A B. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, Jan. 14, 1859. 7tt
PRIME NEW ORLEANS SUGAR AND MO
LASSES For sab by
' JONES A MOOR J.
Jannsry 18. . 7 lm.
' A SUPPLY OP OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA
, A VOtf E
Jut to band and for sale bv
JONES A MOORE,
, . 7 lm.
PnEALS SERVED VP AT ALL HOURS
imm. . At tao
oak air HOUSE.
January 9l7) 859.
fATEW YORK GOSHEN
BTJTTKR. AND W
STATE CHEESE -Jast
to band at
JONES A MOORE. .
rBSES BROWN AND WHITE HOODS
Jast received this day by
n. a. B. TUCK KB
JanryS8.1859. , 18 if.
' JUST RECEIVED AT TUCKER'S - .
A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF PARTY FANS. The attea
lion af the bdie b invited.
Raleigh, Jan. 88,1859. . ; - 'wutC-
TrJ ORTXL4CACOLIN A STCTPB AND PLAID
XV -HomcanaM forearm
. Jast learived be .
a K. B. TUCKKK.
Jaaaary ti, 189.
imoors t hoops ! i
ALU. 20O Skebtoa Hoop Skiri t $1 15c
x Jutreeervd by
, . W.H.4L& TUCKER.
.TTrTATINO DBTER1SINKD J PJ"
UH. aestfhh.1 r for sale M"Wli
Lto - .ty of Cw-vitW eUaat i-f--
J . ...
' i rf--i it -i. . i M-hiMM 5 ana acta at leal-
400f which b la origiasl growll t part wmik waMea.
tba heiag well adapted t tea 35i2Ti
wheat. Ac The improveaseats are U.mmtft
a large aad eowwioae d welliac. wjta all Jfy urm
baihCaffa, together with m aew CVrcalar rViwaad Cftt M.M,
JsoaStore Biaa at KiUrwir Depot, which biuajlliiil a
yluNERATRlXaS.10 wlthl. a L U ' IW
Railroad, are eaea.dsrea very valasbl. The waaaT,ac
beea (.mod by analyab to poaicse ja.diaal aaaliwa wf the
rat order, and has cared same of th a- vwatiatoe-a
i4 Scrofab. ud efrcted assay reawiabW wrakee'her
diseasa after the pa lit had heea rii aaaaasdearabie
by the beat physicW-all of whjea eaa be swbfaatbtod
tjy the trideac of loany reatwclabb JHT
hare area WrgT li.oJ
many of whom hate beta nnasaiily eareaaad all speaa
favorably of the brnencial rffrcts of tbe walar. f Ware ab
.beea.andee tbe accessiiy of refusfe adauitaaes to haa
areds wf ebitorawbhiag to aae the water whom I wa aa-
ICsbhblr i ewAarlt la thb ha. as. rUI lad it
aa opportantty rerlv e with. The loattiuw, (he advan
tage of lb Farm and Mill., together with the aiaarpyard
merit of the water, all combine to reader thiajo wf tat
moat desirable slluaiion ia the euonty.
For further particabr. those wbtvaf to aaaAaaa eaa
call and examine for themselves, or get aay wMat.bea ay
addreesinjr me at KittrtiCt, UrmmtUU (WWy, M.C.
FT. PESC17D HAS BEEN APPOINTED
Aural for tbe aexi two year, for the aab
L. Lyoaa Para Ohio iaUtrhi Piaaly. .
This Biandv b anannfwtand frtiea the Brwa ire af the
Catowb Grape, and b eooal to aay Braade S-T. ia ay
part of tto w-M. aad ha yifJrT'Wr tW
bTwWw anw Impmlrd; e4 aeiag aw'X
V.lf ika mm at imluKd lltmluK I
Up l4 L. ik- Mrta at vrM Ammfw
and Importer, which U will show to those mhudmU the
purity of the article. , J A CO US.
Appuinting Ageal fw the United Male.
Having bad gnat trouble ia getting Uraady that I cuM
rrctmimeod for medicinal arpc. 1 have eoaaralcd loae
cept the agracy for the bo llraody, aad wiM keep , -rp-plv
on band. r. t. rfcJH.Ll.
a. aABLSR. BOUT.
MAULER & 1IOLST,
JEWELLER AND ENGRAVERS,
U? STAIRS, OYER LOCO EE'S TIN A STOVE STORE,
a RE XOW PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE AU.
kiiula i.f RuM and Milvrr Warn, anrh a Ta Set.
GobMs, Cop. S-ar. Ma. ie Jc rb, f.d.l CUiae, Brace-
lei. ureniMpin ana everv ininR ih inr amu.
Engraving of all descriptions Joke ia the beat ttyb aad
oa abort notice.
Rrfairinir of Jinrelrr of all sort neatly executed.
Having ratablislird .inrarlvr. in Raldh for tbe parpua
of eaimnir on llie above ba-inra. a he to lcre a
liberal rAtnmapp. to merit abkrh we shall pre an paia.
January St, IS-VI. IS-ly.
. . SPRING IMPORTATION, ISS.
ARMSTKOXCrCATOK & CO,
larpsrraa At Juastas or
Ribboaa, MIHiaery, Rllk t.ood. Raeae, Flaw-
era, straw sioaaeia aaa r hi,
No. 8S7 BALTIMORE STREET,
Rcrwus cbaripS ao aAovta rrs .
OnVr a Shk aneqaallcd ia the Tailed Stairs ia variety
Jauuary SI. 15. II impd.
mllE TRUSTKIX OF THE MALE AND
M. Academic at Willbmatnn, N. dVwre to esnptoy
Traehera to eommrwce 1st MA Rt'II nrst. The sJtaal iwa I
a dnorable oae. iVrawaa prcfomrd wan iatead la make
teadiiaKarfe1" SaiMfacturv rTtrtwcr rreaired as
to qul ibcalioB aad ebaraetrr. Addrvwa,
r, b. II ASS ELL, 1 1"'
WiUbnratoa, Jan. 17, 10. 10-4L
AriIYSICIANt SITUATION LH FOR SALE. WITH
Krai Eatate, ia a pleasant vilbc i the Eastern part
I AnflM aro lea. Tbe
praetice wbirh prudarr
euaataalle inervaatn' C
The parchaarr will be iatmdared to a
lore froa to S-V" a year, aad
a G-md surwtr and gua4 srb ab. Il
b ue of the bet hwatina to tb State t a regular Fay
stcaa wmn i willing ia wwra. lerma eaay.
Kaqnire "t the Elitur of thb paper.
January I, IV. . .Xr-tf.
RALEIGH MAROLE WORKS.
(Xrr tt turtle llirfitt a4 VTJmUflmm Mests.)
fRtHE SUBSCRIBERS DEO LEAVE TO INFORM
R Their friends aod the pubiie teaetally. that they are
anw prepared to esreaie all nrUcra, aach aa Sluaaawat.
Ilrad-Sloara. Tueaba aad (irate tifaamraU 4 all eVcra
tMia.and will awaofactarv fruai tb brM llalaMaad Aaarv
icaa Marble, at Nun bat a price, aad a nutted ia the blest
and bmI atiDTUVrd alt la.
AUn, Granite Work nf all aWriuttoa foe banldiags or
an mber n'rr"ae Masua Wot. Ac- ouoe to eroee.
N. D. All order troot a dwiaaee aeumatly attead la
January IX 183 wly.
A DLISOLLTION IN COPARTNERSHIP.
rwHE FIRM. IN TUE TOWN OF .XASIIYILLE. NASH
JL Coaaiv. bervt.4.we oumm a T. J. HOODIE A CO,
ha recrnllv beea diaaulved br Mataal enawat. a II
atvb t ike Bna aw b HARPER. MARSU BORNE A
BtlASWEIX. a bo gaiter laeawelvea that thee wiU be able
to offer such inducement to narvhase aa will laallf
it that liberal tairueaire which the Uveas ha swretafwre
, received, this xtib wf Jaouary, IJi.
Jauaary i . J I tt
MONEY PURSE LOST I
aN THURSDAY LAST. JTth hat, I fo-t. eitirr w Ra
kigor brtw,-m R.leifh aad Milbarae. me PURSE,
' conlamins abnat atv d-JUr. all bank billaescrpt uve 91
rol l piece. The deaumiaatwa of the bill are a4 rw4-
lecled, bat there wtree two ailla a rapped ia a
' of paper to hvaawlvv. Aae airwia ladiag aad lata
; lha aaina will h haadauaarlv reaariled
J. A WILLIAMS.
Milbarni P ON.a
January S. 1V.9, IS-tL
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
Cray af ISftS.
4 LARGE SUPPLY. COMPRISING A IX OF TI1K
efx mmotI popubr varietica. Jest reeeived aad for sale at
tbe urng Ito- I
WILLIAMS A HAYWOOD.
. Rabigb. Jaa. tt. IV 9. U-im.
A SEVEN HORSE ENGINE, which U beea ia aae
shoal two Tears b ia gd erdrr. aad readr far as.
appty to ttHiui9 a luuu.
Raleigh, Feb. 1. - r 14 if.
FINE ROSEWOOD PIANO OF MODERN
bap and ia perfect order. The owarr having moe
way, w are authorised to aril it gveaily hetww It
;inl Cost la Kew York.
. . Apply to McGES A WILLIAM
Raleigh, Jaa 17, lbft, SiC
ATBlIi ADAMANT121B, AND TALLOW
For tale by
JONES A MOORE.
SPRING STOCK GARDEN SEEO FOR ISSf.
KtARMERS AND OARDENESS WISOINO CATA
m. ogoes cua oetaia tarm at
P. P. PESCUD-3.
Abo, a lot of oakm seU at
, . P. P. PESCUTTrV.
January 5, 185. Rtf,
. NEW CROP MOLASSES.
GStSl ""J?-0 CBO'CB EW CROP CUB
JUOMobme cipeeted direct from Caha dans
-M,...' w . HATOAWAY A CO.
" 'nus w. v , io, laaa. a
J receive t tbe
OYSTERS RECEIVED REGULARLY
.;?. i t : .At tha .
Jary,l,m CAE CITT HOUSE.
BaralaUaaa mt RaJeiia, N. C
BORTHTKN MAIL eloars.l 7 A.M.
nOKTHKEX at All. a a n a a t a.n
. -.-T.-.T .wnnsswrp
anoita.1 SI All.
mAVm ?LDS80R0'. arrirai aaflyatl
at s rT F1" MAIL n,mn at A.MV-
fMliBORO- MAlTmVvTpiaa. i 1
OPFICT B0CBS from U A M. to P. M.
VevwabwaLtsA. 0EO. T. COOUT, P. M.
'niwvn t. iPBisyi
LCGISLATU3C C2 X-2 CilTiA.
" " SS3ATK,
Tbt Seoatt wan caDcd to ordar at Mfdo..
1 Kr. Uaaton, fraai tbaHafTln t JwtSdafT
to wboea bad barn rdWrad laa bUl raktrea to rapt
Ul ponbhtaent re? tW Waiajrfaakoi to
be dkbarfad frora ftolhar eoaaiJaratioj. -CoacBT-
J in. .. T.lva
Uesara. TTimjar UcDot3 awl lieKar extra
ajinoanrad aa tbo Sem4bTaajr4m awollcd m3i ftf
UMrek- ; -.: .
AfrouiJUUrt or BAOmTMTBa.
LUU 'of tamcistraua fcraoaaa tweotyjta eooo
Uca were now reua and dbaoaed of Kli liutooraa
E?Hootoii mora4 to tokerrooitba t-bk tbaK4
tot Cm Urn coanty, and that the isainrmli oa that
lirtUraad. Adopted. ' '
Tbo dark readtba tnl taeawrbj slgrjed by JT
dtizem of Union, mwatDeridinf the cotirt Eat bat
apedsllj Sitapsoo, at Ctaod aopcr . paaona
magistralca. Tbo other prtiUoa waa aiao trod,
recoenmendinf tbo aboto Imt end ItrntrocUoic tba
comtnonncr and Sena! or, (Mr. Walton.) to Mpfort
the notoinatiott. Thai waa, sigricd by mm or lao
ncnona immcd b tba ckrk, "nnd threw bet aod a
Ulf of otheta.''
Mr Walk up moved to otrJte oot Sbtfaoa and
Helm. ' II then entered into a staiemmt of bk ob.
joctkn to tbra. Both rwHiUoaa, ba taJd, arer In
tha band urnting of Simnrocw,. Ua bad mvired a
Wbtoa frora one etbiJgnTa ,1tbdrawaf Cat naaa
and tb arer . stWab II Kmm
to hatt their name oft" an I be? S4 not wira Simp
son appolnUnctiL 11 tnovtd for a apcdal rosa
ruiltee to bear tolirootiy and eiatnin into lha casa.
II did not Iik to faring tub matter tsttor lit pub
lic, thought it bad been don alrraaJy. II did Hoi
oMcct to Stanton betot. a II ass uwleratood not
to be In order to strike on name from tbe fat
lie bad made the rUtrmrnt on the Sib mat, by re-
ouoL He considered one other marwaU wooM
b sulScimt with thoea at Mortroa. He could not ,
recommend SimpMin, tbortgh be bad food UkMnraa
ctparilJr. far br antervlrol were not good. He
lu-l larrn jniiiy or maiiciMnre in moot ana nan
mixned bit commUoiua a a augistratr. He ongbt
nut to be appointed tonum tie naa twm comptlievi
to iv:gn for bU ndsdeed. in offk aa a magtralr.
brzerone couklbo totlrn npoppaard to tbeep-v
puttitOKoL He pointcU out tbe namra of I aro,
routli IS ami 14 Tram oil on one KJ; be did not '
know now many aura were on the other. There
wm nothing political in bia oppoMlioci il waa' im
material wbetber tliey were whig or ueeaorrai.
He dUI not think Sim noun or Helm fit for mar-.
tratea Ibey ought to be men of roopcrtj and char-.
Mr. Turner mw no u in referring tbt mailer to
a rotumittcr. Mr. alkup a motive aaa a son one.
lull be hoped be would withdraw the motion. Tbe I
charactiT and act of Sininson bad bcrn bc4or tbe
Sniale and there rotuM be no iirreMly wr a rvVr-l
enre. lie liin wmt oter toe roargv tarfore pre
fitTeJ aptirtst bimpnon, and mid it waa doe to the
Senate and the rounlr that there should be no brsi
tattoo about IhU mal'.rr. He compUIacd that a bra
he attacked Simpson Srnaltar bad alUcird him
(Mr. T.) with tnu. li ill tiling. He alludrd to Shop
mmi' writing both petition to bare himavlf apfouil-
ed nugbtrale, and said that waa mi Orient of itself
to exclude bha, if thrre were no brtur reaaorts.
Mr. Turner al be bad been irprcaentrd aa reflect
ing on Judge CaldaeQ in opposing Siafaaan, and
be bad taken occasion to write to the Judge to
know if he bad ever appointed Simpson (Trrr !
JrWrr ia Jf ei7y. (Here Mr. T. read the Idler, la
which Judge CaUwrll said be hcrer did ppoint
him. Mr. T. continued. He Mid on maa bad
been objected to lor stealing meat, another tut trad
ing with negrocst, ami lbr were deemed Miflksral
tor tbe Senate to strike both oB. lie tboognt tba
reasons aiadgned m thin case ought abo to be auf-
ficirnt. Tbe Solicitor, Mr. Coleuaan. aba praecut
edSimpaon for rWgery and abo mail bha sorren
ikr bia cxammbaign, aaa tatblird that hi motive M
tsMimt esecutbwM on A dure ant J4gwrtri were c
rupt, and Mr. Jonra aays be did indict Simpson br
pcrjury. inre rnargea were not Oenr4 in tbe
mrmoriak. It misht be said Simpaoa bad not beea
convicted of prrjufy. That might be so, said Mr.
but be guc oa into aaotnrr county and I there
indicted tor mallvaaance in otbee. iVeiL be waa not
convicted there : but Mr. Coleman aay. after the
jury u cm pan netted, at tbe aogsratton of Soon
a nmmi, a jurwr was uiawn on raamaia imt
be MouU gire up bis commwaino aa a magblrala.
in cnoclujMuo, he aad tbcre waa loo macb kmu feet-
mg for one dead to it m a bo could ne afsprermto
it. He would be the mat to reflect on aa honest
; but all driicacr of IreJing In this maa must
be lost. He moved to strike out the name.
Mr. Houston said, that unlike scene othrr. be
had no Iik tng tor interfering in mam n not cancer.
ing him. llul Mr. W alkup knew ia a bat poMtioa
be waa placed b refcrenee to Una casa, He wwukl
not bare entered Into this matter but that aaotbre
Senator bad thought proper to do an. If it aas
right to bring ta foreign aid to tbe prwsecwlJoa tt
cotihl not be wnsjg to meoke H lor the dHrocc. 11
desired mcreir ctrhamkU Juetira. ttothinaT mc
mpnn aad tairn aseaocU lu bat private ctairacter
ia tbe ornate ty agetitiemaa amn poUon oa
that Door could not be reached by Simpson tn Mm
defence. But bad now entered upon bia defence br
a tribunal of hi immediate Mlowitiaems and bad
brought to bis defence numerous testimonial. It
was a record that could not be assailed, and it Juati
Bid biio, and should be rranlcd before aQ otbrr
mean. It waa not hi (Mr. Ha.) prorince to inter-
lore wncn sucn a nusa of etMcnce H fwtaentod br
persons an arouna use aaaauoi, ana over whom tbe
influence of bht oBce to to be esmbed. . HediaVred
a to the propriety of submUiing that maUer to a
committee. Waa it right or proper or jast that Uua
memorial waa to be met by peltate Wtta of anony.
mou writer to be concealed JUebind a curtain
abiletbe accused etak-tice wa open and Ufure
UiSenatr Ucaidcs this massi of eeidcace, be bed
abundance ouuide ol H, (which be would give if
nexeasary.) whkb talislWd Ua that Simpson was
coaipetent person, la rrfrretire to the "ttflextion 4t
Judge Caldwell aa menbooed by Mr. Turner, Mr.
Houston mid be Mr. T. bad new cast that reflection
on Judge LUb, who waa the authority (br that ap
pointment, and upon a highly ropectabl religious
ueaouination. Simpson came here aa a member of
the Presbyterian Church, and wai it to be supposed
tbey would rccrir antorigst them a prrjunr aad a
fbrger, or c corrupt man r newMaaamlricnd af
Mr. Coleman, whose nam bad beea brought tola
thi. matter, and had a high respect tor all U would
ay. But be surely must be miatakea ta Una mai
ter. . He, (Mr. IL) and Mr. Turner knew that the
durge for forgery could not be ustaiocd. A bill
might Urarracoud to lb jury, but H must bat
bcrn ignored la a case Iik that reported And
then H waatbe auaim of all cirilited mea thataO
are innocent till found guilty. Simpson asast bare
acted for others la Ibis mailer be could bate bad
do beneficial inlercsi ia ic . This waa bia natioa
inthia maita;U did not btatfor la UmCaow
of Lnion county.
Mr. Steele doaired to vote knowingly oa tba
qucaUoa. He asked Mr. Walkaa if Simmon wa
not rested by tbe rmpictolw people of Laioa a
a respectable maa f
Mr. Steel aaa not going to ny by bW rot thai
no man waa to b trusted aba bad oaxa been sj
IMctcd. The bet of Simaaaa . beang tried aad ae
quitled v legal proof of hi laaaectabfitty. Ua
op h iiatms had brea coatictod of aar
Mr. tUrnaat - was aowiamg to fate b dswbL
swwrwa a, ma.oii.me pmm Ua wbok
Jir. fool wooid aJwara oMoaa a Ik who -
V1!?"?1 blwo,n rprasratA4ira.
'who wnnldindma lb
Mr. Caytbar aaid that Qaspaoa WMrtmartod to
bar beea sitod OarkttlM temwfcTcwart
Kr. Vfc2nrs f.'. wan a mf V,:tA - Da
iMrfjtivcfvlsaOT w kick ma UaetoBak.
mty 6m s mtpnt af oatara mA ntt Ok
It m Cm ratava a tmt ewmatr,
caiMT maa tm tmt mtM waoa aa waa eJocloA Taera
area H&m? kt 0f Jadc'd atymmtkag mbx, drrk ;
Im waa mat aUotmal aa, aasl vaa aft tha tama.
Doraaa foe fesa Ur. fjili , fa vbic. it
waammtadlmat Uai in tTrtiH taok aAxa la li9
tMS31 CkU W had no mrlOtm imiini U to rdr
aa aad mamtftbt fata mH kara lataaad ha.
Tkt fvaaf a tad, it tartaew sUtrd. Oast
aJta, tutmkm tw draw, at aaa thaW aad kad
bam fcMj ditad. lie, (C liwm.)aU mat kaoer
thatSamasia aada Ufwflcsal Umarcatia tbesa, bat
ta a aamtJin by Mr. 11 urn mm. Sir. Walhw,
ald ammt of Hat ra tery mptguUe
nothing to my apimt them grraJly.
II wm big bMwioa
praacioa aad Ukstof atb, that Simp.
w hkb be bad
kasucd the aaajona. II booraUr b
aad UeUa were not fit I tneat to ba
MraleaaC He aModed to Siaaoaoa'a besag auickaa
oft a former Bat. II stood new at tbra, except
that tbe Ume wa Csrther oC He would aay be bad
conducted baWfnokraUy wdT aur tbe time of
these cbargia nothing bad been urged agasrM man.
. Mr. Widm asked. Wooid yea not Uiier tbe
sirjienof Utoa awtitioaa ha mrytbiag Usry might
TTalken. " ft I umdl
J itiisrbt bare mydoubto.. .
Mr. Ilouaton. Wbra
CVrk to lb SuperVw Court waa it not oo the re-
of the barf And arc you aod Simp-
soa not on eery unfriendly term 7
Mr. n aJhop. i bat aotbtog agaiast aiat asare
than any Mber of the same cbjrectcr. A to bring
rrromaaended by tba bar, I don't know. W are
oo IrMbaVrcnt term.
Mr. Turner said be was not to be puUWbed to
tbe country aa reflertiag on the IYrhwnria Cbarrb
or Judge LUb. He bad sakj nothing ahout tbe
church, cbd not know that Simpson arm a member
of it lie bad said nothing about Jfee f31h. He
bad rrDertrd on no person, but had confined baa
self to SUnpaon's character. He was not to be put
ia a UX rjblmn. toted he was a aaemtwr 4
the church, and that God would forgire Lim for bis
perjuric and forrvelr. He hoped Srnalnr moaSd
confine tbnumlua to Sbapson, and not make oner,
ceasary reflection on him.
Mr. Ilouaton mid if Mr. Turner trad paid atten
tion to bis remarks there aouU bar brec do d
crseiiy for hb reply. His, Mr. ILV) i.aauU wrre
ia answer to the letter trosa Judge CaMarO. lie
he mm beea reported as rvOrrttaz eat that
Judj If be bad. then be was godly of
upon taor. Dbw aod tba rreabyteriaa Cba
Itonston again nftmid to jjaiapaam'scitar
letter bad hern introdjerd ta prare a foryvry. and
a ben read, il hardly soOaimd a (barge asaoariiing
to a snisdewsmaor m oflka. tiraat asbe i of rero
rcUlion bad brea bdd oat. and ibey dJ not smouol
t a mawTable cbargr of mJcmcanor. Smtwoa
had met these riurpr br the rrsienr of hi feUew
Mr. WaTkwp did s think the charge so bignifl
cant. He rerapttabted hi foewwr smiemstits. He
oia.-rea ana jar. iiwoxoa a ta ine (tasracicr e use
at a a aA a
a- a a a sxA e m a
oorvarr. lie ornard ormpsoa bad beea eaatorsed by
a maiurwy of the people of I'auon aaora tbaa two
third of tbe prop td I'aion and Mroe wrre op
posed to bk apemuttaarnt.
Mr. Waop motion to strike aot Searpsoe and
Ileba prrrsiled by a vol of zO I 10.
Mr. Jleantoa saored to Uy tbe balanc of the twt
on the taU. Adopted. 19 to 191
Mr. laedaa awwerd to take wp the bat for .Veal
Mr. Rattle would Gke to know if Mr. Dedaoe rep
reseated Xasb coanty.
Mr. Bkbo said U waa erkkot Mr. Bailie did not
Mr. Battle eptmud tbe motiosi to take wp tbe B.
He aaa oppoftwd to adding another manstrste. He
could not understand a by ibrre aa a asavb aais
ty to take an Cooke. He levamied to rrre
bagoa (Mr. Lrab) as many aa be cUimad for
sett Cooke bad Dot brea ia tbe cam
enough. Iledsd not on a a lawcb land MtMUj wwb a bat aouU otbrraw rmea. (Wtts
bury him. He spoke of bis gtmral bad rtotfnrue.
He wa kakw. Why bd be not go taar to Wa
on if ba made aa good a magbtrau tbere f He
(Mr.' R) bad reevfted a mcmorid tram tba eery
isrigbborbood ia abkb Cook kadsveltr4-be was
a public sowalter signed by SO passat, prayimg
for the appointaaeot U tea aaagatrslc. aad that
Cook should not be appnutied. It was a arixb
borhoodbi which be (Mr. R) laad twraonal aad pa
blkal ftirnds. Hepreosrd to read a Irllcrahsrb
aae rukd oot of order, as it alluded to a ascmber of
the Itooae. II said Mr. Lrabbad aasde aroarpact
a itb Conk that If be woa!d go aad srtUe where be
was, be woaU bar him aude a mapisrau. 1t Is
a osmtioa of bdastira to pat aocfa a maa aa my
cma lita lib.
Mr. Turner did not see why the whole Ust aboaU
be hid aside for one ama.
Mr. Batik was autag totok aatbeUstU Cooke
wa knocked out
Mr. Bblso was not joiag to mieticr brtwrra
tbe member of tisa Ho& and Cooke : but ba
wrrd Mr. BatUe to ambettoial that be bad as mack
right to caH any U4ncft ben lb toUe of the Sea
ale as be or any other Senator bad. He asrrriy de
sired to my that be bad in hi pmnsnjra a memarl.
al and prtriion ftxm Nsh and W0oa a to Cooke's
cssrarter and stamhng. which bad beea banded to
htm by the Cvsjowoner from Nash for pwmiwalbm:
Mr. Batik said there wa aa diScrroc betwwea
kirn and Mr. Lewis unk Mr. Lrai mad k.
Adopted fA to IX
This coded tbe aaaarato IsasaaM sW tlm aaeav
ent-about t) boan hating brra expended ia k.
Mr. McIowrn intrwdaveda bH to asmaad casmt.
100 of lb Bee. Cod.clitWd Ilirer and LWwk.
Rerrrd to tb coeamitlre oa the jadiaary.
. aaa ... - .
nr. tararr, a nui to ssibnut to a role of ta
pk the qoealfcaa of a cosrrrntioa to aasrod the
Mr. Cberry moved to prmt aad rrfor.
Mr. Steak tbauaht k toa Lata to tba a
deruketbadacm.iraof tbk nismtma It
bar beea satroiliirs I mssaar. Beseicsa
bad beea acted on awadr , .
Mr.iararr. TbM b01 k at to rail a
II k to sabosit tb qaeatioa to Urn
Mr. Steak aaderstood lb UO. It
a aaaforMy may call a coarrentka. 11
tb ton oa Um ssbk.
Mr, Turner eUkd fcr tb ayes ami
-ft . " aa a a m mm w
ay aa I a, as sailows s
waa toted ia tb aOraaitlr are,
woghl, man, Boyd,
saaa. Dabaaa. Gartber.
UidJord. Martin. MctmwwA Mel
McKay, Mdk. iMcrn-
"w, rwal, Jkeaaardt, 9
akeraad VCrbam 14,
- Tboaa ia tbo araatie, llaaars, OsirTy, Dnk
Doulhitt, Edaey. Gsmaare, C-mfl, Lsacb, McDo.
asa, Kaiaar, wimiay, straagtmav Taraar.
ami Worta 14.
j4jmdB lka , NartMaratma.
nussewa .ama. r
aa.w - . . ...
nr. ward, a rtjwhkmm reard toe
' Kr. Efctjae aaid ba
waafitraaity wicb tb
.ft -- - - a - I ar v. - -
af Cb Garsr;
aaraf ibtoto, tb
far tbeaarmmt k
aar. effl ooo mar aa
pkdsadto tt. It was
pwbTkdebi was to U paid. U
tbaktoiaataf Uatmopk tbstaj
"fAlwtltam ".1- If
a ft . . . .T '
' ,. awrissa aJu-snT" 7 1
mU , by brmg mrtMM M tZT?tr) -
Vy r. AaW. Mru1
mmlt A - " to S til .
ui .L. - ri.'
jlaj a -1 "-a vwtjrw,j . . - W
mvm waa worn t ux K4
to ret rM af thb 4iU. and iT a V-d
wr use iraa bwrdraM. ' W k .
I - ft .
If Urn as! u u ivwTl .4 .
to, thirty yeara M awale n?li
j aaiTiiasis Ibe arnwZT . m
asm a t. Mad IU amn.au. i, ' 'V f 0.
If the saaa aL TLT 1 tw
tbe sbikaw (bad. tV. m. i nui i.
kJ-miy. ami 7beTai J
rniar t to Uu. kw m.u?TJUHi
Of OwT SUU Uaad la
toe mwtwr fti .
. " cor
Tork. h aauli at La .
,1. .'. - Aiw
king revtA-yt, u . n.
of .eCog wa ar ftiaVil 41!
eat be po4LW to mvi ib 4UWi
end of UsHy .rrs JTw l7m W
tak tberr-WL,., wf aW7t ft'ZZJ4
be aiprd wot. .lb, jf " ?T
to mrriwA it- c... Z
amount of oar Stale tomd. Ue;awT
belt trw tvwr. ,WJV ib. J!?J?
torrvly for" the w-waawll
Mr. Asbe narwnd ia tbe ttt u
taking tbe cart at4 saa-t ttHi ?
ft ldebt; but atlbt UaJ""
Car from rmce4tg tbe tWr . 1" .
to pay it. It a. ' " '
do. Tbe drU was letatra ? asd
was aatnrc.ry la fe bar, CmC
came trm works ee Ub a- tww
a Udi might ortvr Uvveae dan IV tl2Tf
Pia...er Mdaiaioc tait. la!OTt
with the rw4..fWU Heaa...
of tbe tor of the Stole tT. fa f,
Un lUea ahh the eet-d44i.(
erJ prjwiHto .as ;wnt la mtthi, utl.
vwws w m ma; tmn tram U- UOinr m4 (..
toa r-d. be ait astadWd tbe X t". ra4u
for bmg ra dm4a4 tf aw t m4.
State kept brr bands t4 and b tbe tmnt He
rt U dVitioped. Tbe trw pry u ak
aad see afaat aas Drrdol and Cba Ut ti.a
I Mr. ICedav aa sorry to d&r aii tr u,
- j tbey prwrraUr cv a-wrrwd. Cut ilo . mmi.
I of cWaars and ntsta. That ?suLr CU ti
I .a . .
I pe use araeaoa we cKaiaii m aatcnrill
1 a mm. "
to. lie oawmuaea the prftfte v4. JJr, ft,
tbra posnted oot tbe Scale's 4uileXr
Road and to the ITSmmgioa aad tuJlaii l
Ac-, amwinting to 7) mtSiet. AJ imw (U
swoat W paid aaal aarrbl to be prvjisr t., tldia
was not a posit! diarge.it aaa ahu4 mum I
woull lwrae aa. far tbe Isticr arV. tbr tiuto
would be raltml sjpsaj daeiag the mtl ttt Ut
tmmtmK Woald tbe cwasamy be mur m $m
tbe b4errt em tbsf TbefrUJWl tieMrtap
H. No tarwriatoa bod brra aaade tr it pmnaiitl
if there bad Lerabaawwid bletolawA, tk
coolrwded the beat aay to arU tbtebtais a V
a sioksng fWnd. U was tor Utiug the w to
tbeir U sat ! k was rlearry toUrtSiHit1c
Used, that by tbe wyart tf II totlbNs Ose
Ibis bia, tb prxjcac aaald bate to wt Mmm mi
Mr. 104 ibwarbl k awadd be M de bitKwaf
tbe State to ada4 the mtr of Mr. &oW
yasiksiws. TW Jwwaawfitiwa a- to etar m
the pef4e a tftrir4 sm, bnvr apt suCspt.
toaaaawadtolS IV nW-sf
thkwwald ba that at lb rod a iLjtr 1W
State wawM awa ey rasd ar sbrr ami abA
alawr4. That aa ami the tuuens
wbra tbt ym of hnwera aas brftsv; I
k bad brra, tb saibarratiaas arrr ertaill kw
bora mad. Tba olort slUuM be to mt
tereat aad kerai doaa the dU a Mavnwi-iss
kngth ssjO owt bcr totcmt k tbe awiU t pr) fl
prmopaL if a case aroemrd k atwrb tbt
cwml east W aart la aar saw roar, tbt Hatr Wl
am nrr ta sar wt awta ant ami iwp7'
asrot. Mr. V. tbra sfukctih -reJp"?",(il
regard to tbe rrJmarrtmtit U tbe talor iU
from abicb tb bordtsi of lbr ms I k
bora. It waa now lewnnad. be m t Wr
bads to pwy tbk dU. UsVee the jsnwe k
rabss of tbaa ibrawrb abirb tW fwsl rs, k
tbaiy years be tboarbt, f a e tMm4 u k
sMoated a to rroaJre it, tbe stwk eWI4 1-"-
par or abms per, and tbe bU tW4 Lr til V
aakedlf tbckicrtjstoo lb dtUa as toUtot'f
tbk akAtog fomd?
Mr Mclftoa. No.
Mr. rW. Tkra tWfot g-w ty Oa-pr
pal aad tbe ksrrr atat k- mt lytswrx? ,
Mr. Drd rrpkard ibat Mr. Vi a
agaiaat waskdad a-aridda-;
tbiwtkKMof tWbia. Tr
... a a a . Aataat OarW
a aanara to Ust saraVmg Wt
to aseet Ust tekriraltlw 4
Tbk aasount fWoWibe rmi4 TST
) was to be raked aw3y. UaHUfJ
aocro from aewfito of tbe Hsto aei a 1
to tb fatal, ibra k aasdd mi remote
ba raked by taaatka, Tb ut
tb eewat a ba asaary aat breng d7rtd ftsa
Mr.raaM WToai aet tjS
ataO. n asked Mr. & af tbe If
U raked k tbaiy ytar. wok mt tif
Mr. Nedsae. $. evwliA
Mr. tVd. What, -wa lk? TWai
Mr. Ckeaa. TW St- 9 U
fan of Ibrm. She bast atataribrd to"
Pwel did me-to
stork. He Uwa se-A af rbb , Zt4
ItamXwwoat o? Ibepemk m
Otaaa, u asaraa awaa m,hiUI
to lb oast aad teothttx M
fond, be mod lV
wwahb tbkty year ?ht
f war -writ pkt 'ifitlr
tbe fareed of aar aarkt f "-' W
be waa that eaamj be
wropk sT lbs Stato awok
iSX S '.
tbe trnAssg too
. . a . nillir
baaas sMswaLawn T...te
wdafcb aay aVgrr l
la I recripk kto tbe trm-mry $
I cwom mm Mvmrnt to tbr amount (
bis C4- I Etrry year the aasttor a bld tAt t,A a
bias- I mnswlbtMia. If tbe X. C r4 AmUu a
r long I lb cwun of foasr trer fomr nrr n4 o W im4
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ITZaTZ r-Sc tw, "22!
lb fweeame bid ""V" to
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