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"THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLIC GOOD PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. TERMS, $2 00 PER ANNUM, FAYETTEVILLE, N, C SATURDAY, JUNfc: 161860. "1 ' TZ7- .. - TT ... VA WHOLE NUMB Ell 1213 VOLUME XXI.N0. 14. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, in advance, per annnn $2,00 " at the end of the yewr 300 Single copies, five cents. No subscription will be received for lean than six mouths. iNORTH CAROLINIAN. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C . . .a- ia.-v .-a r- - 11 IT VT ri I1TD I II 1 VI. I P . . New York May 24, 1860. Tlo..HBey one who has heard the sympathies of The following from the Petersburg Pre, suits 3. If you-have a fataer, mit.ier, brotw, sis-oro? Editor of TnE Carolinian : ' ' amnjali toward each other. Cries of distress will our locality and we ad .pt it entirely as our own friend of a.iy kia 1 ri Lag at a disti-ics, wn i t - - Political eves are now all centered on Balti- even caa inero forth. When the daro.oi a new-own sentiments: awo to saoicnuAiw wi uaa u.... w more. The friends of .Judo-e Douglas are still con- i:uuj- i wreu , some anectionate sneep, .uuiuiiun "- incwurm"-""'"""a ......... t,.i.t- uv luc mem. fident, while, on the other hand, political quidnan may bijonc-of hei-own, has been known to loster Unite 1 States required by the Constitution ta lie insinuate that arrangements have been made to ami sxjweuie Helpless one. in my own immeuiau; done every ien .v-., 1 ,..... -..1... ""s1;"' throw the little giant overboard and to take up a nHgWtfchoxL the youngest of a large litter of pigs the country on tbe first of t!:e present mouili. Ihe . " - "' ' - I " l . 1 mm a a il - " lull.. 1 1 - . . 1 t ' . . i I ' . O &jmKr uuie Helpless creature wn was not ume deputies appoint; iw. .u.,. i o. placed on any of these rumors, to g0 It its -mother for nourishment, .was warmed Marshal tor tins distiicr. nave, aneauy eme.euon it was Leu their 'a! orp. ii is lu .- un-u ini. chij . ovt.!nditl to them, in tl.e prosecution oi iheir MR, RAPGER'S SPEECH. The Hon. George E, Badger, one of the Opposi- ! tinn Electors for the State at large, addressed the Rates or Vd-vertisine. peope in the Court-house, in this place, on Monday i man lcss objectionable to the Charleston seceders. Sixtv cautn nir onuam 1 l : i .. 4.a veninfr last. We did not her Mr. Jiadeer, but we Vn relianef. nan tin rJaWI r nr.tr fVir.cn rumors. . - f " ?i,.tt. V 11UCD, VI A CDD , IU1 hUC - 1 O , 1 li ll i " 1 ." v. vi u.J " . - v y v . ' OMt, and au cents for each subaennent inaertinn. for learn that he spoke mainly on ad valorem ana lieu which mav be regarded as renresentins the feelings under Die wings of a srood natured hen, AH J period under three months. and Everett. , of those who set them afloat. Some pretend that by hcjill, b4 when turned down, the hen was al v ur mree mamas, ...... OU For six months, 6 00 For twelve months, 10 00 Other advertisements by the year on favorable terms. Advertisers are particularly reouested to a a . . . i r i ii i v. x - i v r i i Li n in - - - j r, ,V-?? ,r f "!?t.OI,a aejired, otherwise tbey who investieates the subject that Mr Badger's ... . kiku Bum lurwu, um,ugiu w,wffumjtijr. Ja f rr; Mm. instead ot diminishing 0,,A n ,nn,l,Un th,t U,. r 4K rr hn imy hv nainralUt a x!stinr atnnn"st the. .! ;u!.eri'd. wnen r tWT -V r TT m V 1 1 , v ' V ' . . . " v u uo. v HIV 1V.U.UV1 ,T V VllV IJtlM V .-J- -- " -- r ' CD - T i v iv iikm. rT oil i; i nna (vcfiiifi nasiio o ni . . v i.- mi a . . . .... ..... r jmptly. P. J, SINCLAIR, Editor anp Proprietor ... . 11 1... ! Ir ...I.., I (Kit tU: r.i. It is a little sirange mai iur. oagui LUUiu wn,,ltftas becn uecitied to nominate Uuthrie, others -waywia o tate charge ot it, ana i us it was duties, nsnnui.iuonu.uc ......... . forward at this late period of bis life to advocate a swear that Saymour, of this state is to be the man, retwlt-laese instances might be multiplied to a statistics of population is not the only thing requir- scheme even apparently mienueu iu ucuc... mv. an(1 a third clique wink knowingly and wliispor m rorwrarjiie extend showing tne active ucuevoience ed, A largo auiouni m mu.h ...i.. ..i.mn.1... i-... treat mass of the people. We say apparently in your ear that the thi nc is all "set"' fbr Breckiiiridge. of irjf aniinals: but the following l'a:t will prove mation imst interesting :.n 1 usefal in its nature. m.m ''himrimr" fvr his tavo- tne exience ot a combined intelligence in crcaiures that can nc coiicce-i il o.. .o... .. tiicni nave reason to ritev goes -rcvery lut the tact is that democratic nohtics are in wl ... . .. - : O If i-Aii H ie.-, nnv nrintmr Villi Wis:i l-iit l-jew" tii' editor il Avn to a star.auon pi ic a p.iroa.i i j i ,-- r r. -t have reason believe has been hitherto other wav nis; to :e olitunct. l no in -ism o. aia- J . . -1 i .... i . i o:;i;niCvi ana aii.ijisjc i creation, 1 ho accuracy ot the anneodote as it will be :n tlie pro;et ome3 in r in; it .., vouched for. f the island ot Ceylon there will constitute a marvellous tastory ot ma progress found a very cunning and sensible crow, and present condition of this country LEGAL NOTICES. DUNCAN J. DKVANK, ATTORVEY AND COUNSELLOR AT. JUAW Cl-UiTON, S. C, J WILL, practice in the County and Superior Court8 of Bladen, Cumberland, and Sampson, and o the adjoining Counties. Office near the Clintoi- Ilotel Feby 10, I860. . tf Attorney & Counsellor at Law, - STTlnVi:DEl7"I T-Xaa, 3ST. c WILL attend the Courts, ot Cumberland Moore Johnson ard Harnett County PROMPT atlen tion given. tbe collection of all claims entrusted to his care. Dec 23 tf-. Tmrmmmmmm, m m m. wm lir l w-m wr- m . w T . m -m m at v . rr """ OI aU Kina execuiea nen"y ana , the burden of the great body of the peep e, will no more of what will be th- result of the Baltimore feat'ie actually increase them, lsut Mr, oduger, ioi mc convention than the rank and file do. Even many ma,; j first time in his Career as a uubiic man, prolcSSCS Jpldtmtpa aro o-nln n Ttaltlmnra withnnt nv i t!vmratw witli thfi masses, and would be their fi-ri n,in -kc. t..v. iinn ..-,aa nnt cmtuiiitfii cm-i llo thin nur own native, une. havii:r I imruiiiir-r-p ..f the nl:in nrescribed for t!iem, tne oi ijiuuvw t . . . . . . , - . j i. I., i iui uvv. hiitv 1. liu.l t . I lu 1U.1C VU. w . . a w uviitv.i.w. nauniib. ....... " - a n-. 1 - ...... - - i i ... champion in establishig equality for them! Where jet ten cents that they will be able to accomplish, it. -: a gl:jm back, and altogether rather an, engaging. Marshals are required to ask queslions, whic.i soma ard ot the governor, ot j e sons may be m li e ,o co.i I.-; u.peiTiueni, in.i avsmmsing himseii oy a praying too closely int tneir pnva e m a rs j.uv 01 Jiieax uptm, these crow was he when ree huQrage was beiore tne peopie : jn short, "and not to put too fine a point upon it," pre JylvJii:d, Now., in t .e y Why, he opposed it with all his power ; ana even democrats here, as elsewhere, are. all "waiting ft V" now. in ariruinir in favor of ad caLwem. he. assuius comoMimtr tn tnvn " - --. - a. bone. CBe sump. in.fi, iha- 11, QTfr"aT1 dtr; ii ww ". il.'w in 'In f Soe tffnf cnm cnnthpirn Stnips are RendTni)- delo- traeteil the attention ot one OI S.'fhich' at-' A.'h'.'n it 13 nvnl!i-tol. tlwt the "rromiu.ition , sought s. It" alight- can Tig'UsctI Hn m 'pi mm ! i i T i,W,iJt.''U,Ue use iiii- ' 1 '"- - si waen he cj.ivw to mj.. on the tariif.' , , 3. If yaa h ive any a lvertisin or job war.v to ba d ne, taieit to yor coaatry ie.-, e-iev't, per haps,. waea you wish t ) aJvertise 1.1 uuiv taa.i oae 4. Do not ran f t'a- city to g-jt yoar nan.J-b.., labels, c.irds etc. pri.itel ive.i.u; loi'sj-jt 1 yoa 1:1 t.. - ...re i i ii.-i.r-. .i.iy.-. 3rour owa as you wUh to bj satpor i:? alwavs raaai i r aAav fro. a a-.:i n little a wi. -i t v. nair ja:i ..'l t'1'-' ty in whicli. r.e lives; and, so far a-, wo are ojaUera- ed, such will rerreive t e cold saaaid.-r. 1 1 i -.i ii...- i-i r ii i a. iv it" d a i ' send ic 10 vmv Iriuii is. i'lii-s Kin I na-iaes better that) any otntr and tlie :n. l- tn tt.n eitr.r,ir vonr !;!UC?r. t ie uet.er I.i pronotion to t ie amoa..t ot tne i e--e r per an e.iitor is enibled tj in, ike i. u-e u. i in i i u'.iii v.-ita ais iu-1- c ).n aaai- i-ertii.J V.iil i or lii- a.i .-i --a l i ,i.i i ii. . i ii . . i . .-i CLEMENT Q. WRIGHT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILL practice in the counties of Bladen. Samp nuftaiid, Cum,berU?n4- IHawpt attention given to, alt buciiuesa committed to his charge. April 2, 1858. tf W. S. IN'OilMF iXT. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR i.T LAW LUMBERTON, N. C. WILL ATTEND the County and Superior Court's, of Robeson, Cumberland. Bladen and Colum bus. All business intrusted to. his owe, will receive prompt attention. Office trM the Court Vlouse. Jujy I, 1859. ' 1-y-w AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT, East Side of Gillespie Street, Fayette ville, N. C. Nov. 13. 1,8-79 substance of the" assumption) in advocating and car-' gates to both Richmond and Baltimore. The hard ed on tbe ground, hopped around the dog and the individuality will be utterly Inst in i tne immense ng rying Free Sutlrage, the Opposition have a right to shell democracy of this state have appointed ten bone, and evidently waited an opporiniiy f. r s az- gregate which alone is to be ma le pui.hc, al. un do wrong too by advocating and carrying aavaiorein commissioners," four from this city and six Irom ingthe Utter, inc aog, nowevtr. was u mr. guaiu, willingness to lurinMi il r-oon... .-.i 0-- --r-f i Dinnmi ic tlm inirA H7ifh Mr Rjidg-cr is i e.,i u l;nlim,n,l .nni,-r.ti'iin Tlmco A I... ,'ort.-iiii wfnvls and nrobahiv anarv looks. The a-'irreii-.-ite statistics wdl bi! lor t'n beu'-uf o. ajljUUll f O... -,a -' - ' " " " " - o L 1 1 U , 1 lit. . 1. j I. ' 1 ,11. ..llil.lllV.114. vuuiv"yit, . a U,,,l J r O- J r . D n - . irsuing'in relation to Mr Bell and the Kanss-Ne- commissioners are instructed "to do. all in, their which the bird understood no doubb, protected his the whole people, and uo i-n 1 01 them cm oe Tlie crow was too cunning and too nun- used tor the gratification ot private curios. , mnii. He flew away, but soon returned as smnc might he disposed to beiieve. L uln-s tnere fore, of uncertain age nee dnot hesitate to co.-mae l.h n namt v in wutunalt is pa u.-iii-- In o.vii i-oui'.j.isiior. p.i'ia ivnu i. ij- a.s .1... . - nursuin braska act. It is well known that Mr. Badger stood nower to Dromote harmonv between the conventions nroneriy, side by side with Judge Douglas as one of the cha- ; 0f Richmond and Baltimore, or, in failure of that gary tube baffled rrVrttr Vnrv(l iin irk ilr.fr mnions of that act : vet he now stands upon a plat- ! rpSnit to net as delegates, and cast the vote of the with a companion. form, and most probably himself framed he plat- . Empire State for a candidate agreeable to the coun-. when, fie fresh arrival watched his opportunity and ; years to the Marshal, n -r need any touchy g.n;ie lorm', which denounces that act as having "abrogat- try, and likely to promote harmony." It is to be- gave aiudden pull at the dog's tail. Not being used j iniin through false pride, or for any ether reasons ed a Ions-established compromise !" It is well j hoped that the members of both conventions will to suchan instant, he suddenly turned round in or- withhold his aggregate of tax.-.bL-s, wi.eia-r t..e Majority The annual City Eiect.on took place in New Haven on Monday, and Harmaiius Al. Welch, Esq., Democrat, was elected Major by a majority of iMiO. YV lch received 267U votes; Willis Bristol, b. r., total, vote. 4,:.JS0. The Democrats also carri ed their candidates for Clerk, Treasure Auditor, Collector, and City Suerirfs ; by overwhelming nia jorites. 'Jhe CiO' is so outragous'.y g:-rryniandered, that the Blacks carry three of tne six wards, but the Democrats control the city by the casting vote of the Mayor. Tlw. I liimA...! fioa-r-ir til, .id Wfll'd llV 4-St7 mil- ()FFL(;ii.,u,,sUvirs over the Store of Mr Von- ; " ' J - ,:e''y."" l:Lh,r iiLd.ia.inin.o- Lntterloh'8 wharf. North Water J ' ' . . . v"tv" '"v ' J " ' O-" J o K. GRAHAM, Commission, lllcrcljant.. WILMINGTON, N. C: WILL ive prompt and personal atteution to all Coiisigiiinonts of Spirits Turpentine. HQisin.. Tar, Tiypenine.. and ail country produce for sale. known, too, that Mr. Bell voted against that act ; see the necessity of pulling together, to keep the der to : see who had Uken this liberty with him. that Mr. Badger, having authority to do so, pledged federal government out of the hands of the aboli- The bOae was for a nipment left unprotected, and Mr. Bell in its favor before the vote was taken; tionists. One thing may be set down as certain ! wasimsiediately seized, "by the first cunning crow, that Mr. Bell denied Mr. Badger's authority thus to ; n0 man nominated at Baltimore will carry the state flPw awiy with it, joined by his companion, and they pledge him ; that Mr. Badge- insisted on his auth- j 0f New York unless he is cordially and actively sup- j doubtless had a m.u-ry feast upon it. Once a week. ority as from Mr. Bell himself; and that Mr. Bell i ported by Fernand-o Wood, and the hard sliell dc- j . charged' falsehood on Mr. Badger in reply. If this j moeraey. Interested office-seekers may talk till j rELioion- of the Japanese. .The orthodox reli issue of verdcity has been settled the 'public has doomsday', and endeavor to make the democracy of g;on 0f Japan is Sintoo all worship the sun. Their never been informed of it. If Mr. Bell assuming other States believe that Wood's influence is small, belief is that the world was regenerated through the the fact to be so has ever atoned to Mr. Badger and chiefly confined to the city; but every unpre- jnsti-nnientalitv and annearance on earth of a female. and to the Whig party of this act of treachery on jadiced man in New York knows, and will admit, if an(j after having performed this greatand good work, L his part, the country does not Know it. anujii you question him, that thousands 01 aemocratic fQ1-which dy God she was ordained, she ascended to Mr. 'l.adger, under these circumstances, could ex- voters all over the State look upon Fernando Wood heaven and became embodied in the sun. Their na press his 'admiration " for the ma, John Bell, and ! as the ablest and squarest man of the party in this tional fligis emblematical of their religion displaying co aid commend him to his friends as a gentleman State, and that they will secretly or actively oppose, as jt the sun in all its purity upon the white and a patriot ! ! or coldly or enthusiastically support, the Democrat- fiei(j Tiiere are other sects, and among them the most Let Mr. Badge's friends and admirers clear up j ic candidate for the Presidency, accordingly to the numer0us would appear to be the followers of Budd thes facts, if they can. Standard, cue they may receive from their leader. Wood's ha. Many suppose that Budbhism is the principal .Ma.B. friends are true to him, and are anxious to be re- cree(j from the fact that its followers number three Wo. TTnTran Ciitxr P.lpction venged upon those politicians who were instrument- hundred and twenty millions; this and the Mahome- . -r - Tr:.t ncn al in causing the delegation of "hands, which he ' aan rei;ff:on heinsr the principal creed or relssrion of J-WWJUi- . , l'w'jr healed, to be rejected by the Charleston convention. the natton of the East. The founder of Buc'd list v oou lumseu, is eAceeumgij. anj.iou i occ mc reijo-ion was a man called aaKya wnna, vi no was oorn, I party reunited, and would make ny reasonable sac- ; as supposed, two thousand four hundred and : rifice for so desirable on end. At the seme time, ! twenty years before the Christain era. It is not ! he knows he has been unfairly treated, and is con- t.nown for a certainty when Buddhism was first in- ! scious that the political influence he wields is more ; troduwd into Japan." The statement so often made tnan sumcient to enaoie nun to give me large eiec- that Christianity is not at the preseet in any way tolc x 1 . .. . V V 1- ...I. , rtf 1 . . . - " . - c i- I rated, is a mistake, tor Government is iar irom neing same be great or sin ill. AH good eitizeu-; v- 'n .ioaj.t less heartily assist the olfi -ers by ridily furnishing all the information that may be re.juhvd. "SPOT' LINCOLN I'll:: RAIL SPLITTER. A n-rand rally of the Deni ), r icy was heid recent- ly atl.nincy 111., some particulars .ot wnica are thus eferred to by tlie IK-r.iU ot that pia- e. t nai pajer sajs the campaign opened on last v eU'i- snay un a rousing meeting at the Court House, upon which occasion Gov. Richardson, better known as "0..1 Dick," appeared ana made a speech, m which ne served uo Mr. Lr'cohi in the be.t. style. The Black Ropu'dican candidate fur tlie i'rcsin- ency, as is well Kiio.vn, was very nt-aie in n tcity as a representative to the Mexican war introduced in Conjre.-s a s-ricsot resolutio s. is driven to bi oressman and devil, t ) ba v soul -L. in 7. Do not expect th- editor t .u iv. mention of you an i your tiu-iness ev ery i w for nothing. Tlie sp icv ni a paper an i .i i-- i - 1 are worth something, an 1 every ii'nice co.ae- . to the drawer of reciption in dol.a.-s ana An editor siioald not be ulla.ve i i g -a ' .;' ay, baekiil. or barefooted. Taey ''eit, ,ii.,t. ant ju-;t liUe other people. . 'f the e dtor o wes yoa a shiaing, 1 n . ' him f.-o.n "'rosy ux.rn to b d n eve'' iar it. and -v j yiai happen to get the .1ml nice on i .u otner . I ""cut the gentleman's no'qu.int.ui.-t.'' I J. Fin illy, my br.-lh.-ea," h' y.Hi w 1" sustiin your county paper, to luc t toral vote of New York to which ever of the can didates he chooses. Summer is now fairly upon us. The Central Park, which has at last got to be a place worthy of a mattCr of business which is attended to altogether the commercial metropolis oi tne iNew W orld, is ; by the Makado and his priest. Some of the Japanese the tavorite promenade. Ifie Hamburg swans on attached to the Embassy worship Buddha, some Sin intolerant in relie'ious matters. The people of Japan attend verv little to relisrious matters. Itelisrion if Street June 18. 18.'i9. :th by 424. j 'Vhe BJacks carry the 1 st ward by 53 majority ; . Kri, ua .j. ..jui-ity tjjri-i;ate "221. Deuiaeraiia I aiijurity on AieiinAi, 1O0. i i-'voui these iigiir-s the people will see how un tior tne Black Republicans are in their legislation. TIimw tore.ed the Wards of Sew Haven into m st the lake are much admired. The walks, the drives. the sunnyhights and sequestered shades, the tiny hills and vales, the rude declivities, the graceful plains, the rocks, the houses, the vehicles and the people all constitute a picture of active life and bril- i j. , - n-n trie .iuv-..-a-f.-aTi-,ckrfo-..-Tisr too. some worshin nothincr. The two Ambassadors and one of the interpreters are Buddhists: the Cen sor has no particular religion ; the Vice-Governor is partly Sintoo and partly Buddhist. all completed and fancy boats fly upon the shiny j p0m,n H&ord, or an of Arehbrshop Hugnw, say waters, the park will be a delighttui retreat ior , Our advices from tha Eternal City, bro l-'ht out T l. -. . ,1 nn .'In.flf nf !orin Tt-l-.i1- ctrnniwiro ! . i i . . i . I . I . -!.,,. institution in the city will alway s make a point of visiting F.VVlil'T'VlLl.K HOT Ml.., T. WADDILL, ritOl'KIETOR. . . IULS, the most commodious Ilotel Mffr&t- neton lIvamlTonardKOU streets, is unequal p u ts v order that their party might carry . swinJming school is about to be opened here j def!t and most elevated po MttWy'lr-. "V n Lt centre of the business the city at the annual elections. iney legislated for lartjes after the model of those of Pans. '1 he teenth ctnturv. Some m, , 1 I i;t,aiv; . . rtion of the town, and surrounded by all the bank ing houses, wholesale merchants and principal pro- dince dealers I :?r toe weit.ire audjut ii they were, by their oaths Lven in this. Canital of tlie Christan world of one of the gran dest and most elevated political ideas of the nine teenth centuiy. Some members of the Sacred Cd ast rigats ot the people, as ; teacher of this useful art is himself, a native of the ; ierehave proposed to the Pope the subject of the hs, bound to do, but for a j c.,pitai of fashion, and, being a good-looking, grace- j asembia r(i jn Rome of distinguished delegates, ad is, they have faded to sc- ( ful young gentleman, will not fail to be well suppli- minstrtive or deputised, froiii every Catholic power 1 ... a a -,,.- I bntr loon tho l , f .11 1.!.. 1 . . ; . . . your days in pe ice witn b . 1 ,.a I m . a seat in Paradise after de.tdi, m .u t. : riIle lo unto others as y.u .vi-.i it yoa." uiider-dike eircu u-i uu-o . l ta pr : i .a I t . i ' , lid (! itlJ -4' . t ; iy ,-i -a .-.ii jj u blood of our ca . an a wlrch uive since gained I'.r him the titleot "Spot" Lincoln. I'hey are as follows : nd whereas, Hits Hou-ie is desirous to oatam a full knowledge of the facts wlneli go to e-aa li Mi x ether tht p.rti. u!ar spot on whicu the I. load ol ur citizens was sued, was or was not at that time mr own soil, therefore. L'eolel bii the-House of ReprcsentaticfS, That die President of the United States te respeetf'uily requested to in.orni this lloti.-e: 1st. helher the stjOt on wnic in itizens was shed, ;i.s m iii ma-sagj declare i, was or was not wiinm tne icr.i.oiy o. .-pun, .u il-ii. dter the treaty of IS1U u ltd ihe Mexican resolution. 2d. Whether that q.ot is not wit, .in tiie territory which was wrested from .Spain by the revolutionary government of Mexico. 3d. Whether that spot is or is not within a set tlement of people, which .settlement has existed ever -iuce long before tlie Texas revolution, and until its inhabitants fled before the approach, of the United States army. - Tt. n-ni i- -pUccto.! t'-at Mr. f'or-ivin. the fcreo. , ii, K i-j: . j . . i.. ... . ., . - j . . . . . trallatit army, stated in his seat in the Sen ite - han.- 1 e woaid ".veleome ; The Gt'Oi'fji Co. if- tc and a half arii. ! IV .n t ' upon the query. ' people i i;. . i i .n-. a. 1-. r w r l ;k;jii e -.-1 ' oi' 1 1 -ih-ld .1 lea' .... rilief lie liii.i.o l ie uaie. lou-. an 1 as ia t lie d tys ot ti. i. -v ... be no n. u rals. " i'he c ilea u i.v few politic! in-- h ill lU.eih;; gove. the people elaim t leir savurei. ii from the people, an 1, as one u.' t ie.n, r :-'- solemn pritesi at the c .u.-.-e .fo ir wo ;! 1 -.- I -a 1 am neither sold or far .-aie. I am b.e so a Revoiulinnary ire. 1 am p-ani 1 of Aiab-.a.-.t 1 a ri'ht to Vic. I nai proud of tne Union ...-ir is. wid".iof.: . 1 tier .. h -n in ler'.l. I want o-ir g me.r. preserve 1 ia he." paruv, 1" tne liiet tio, s, shedding u.-r i)eia,;n an iiail-ove i i as slie has always uoae, on the ra- l r.aa tac the Eist a i I West, oa the North and oa t a : "I am, therefoi-e, o, 1 of the National Denu ! Ri.-hni'iail C in.enio: t a and the ba (and desie.n. Confederacy.' i nosed i-atie p.rty, i ae c:le -t ot wl t a hsm m a r. i.i i . a i- a soiu ) i.o uestro, is this p::!;:-!i FAil'-l WASKixr.To:,-, Jii:p an extra va-j: ::X i' MA !. ING? IS Oil RKALl i Y? ins ; i. - a Man v .-vail :i, I i losriit as a "big Injun" at the wigwam that ,;,n tn ih-,.:i Mr. Lincoln- Instead of "rait, ' the i suoscnu'-nt lem of a great black . presentation of his j S(.(. j,; u 7-i-e party ... ..a a a . .1 .. . ...,-.nw.T,T : . . i : . ... ..., . ...m I ...w.i-... i inir iito nil. . ... . - - -1 i . l l . : .. . . . , . . 1 1 i . : i . . . . ; . - . . - .... rf Uu-ones men will una iae lio.iei v......,.. We meu. ui.ji ui po..i.ini v.. eU WItn Ialr pupus. Aiiaeui; spoi is .n un ivioo aic -n ,lle worij This body, when organise 1 is to con o.n,l nr.mr.trtable house. ...... LUy, and stand D.eiore tne puouc uil autnuis oi comin!r more and more into vogue here tor ootti sex- . Kt:fllt ..nmmission of inouirv into the actual cm- All th.; Sta 'e,s a,.rri ve arwl depart from this Ilotel. U..gistation which is an outrage upon fairness, justice es 1Jase 1)iwl boating and cricket are becoming j d;,ion Gf temporal aff iii s in the State of the Church i.-iynt,H'ini!. Aoi ii - io-'. unu riguu ... more popular every year, auu are couineiiuuucu uy niIa hivi no-collected a calm and unoremdiced state- many of our first clergyman. Billiards is the great : IllCnton cvery topic, drawn up a report suggesting to in-door game in the private houses of the Wealthy, j h,s Holiness what amount ofpopular reform is reaiiy V ery tew lirst class nouses are puc up in any pan oi repuircj arMj should b. granted and wfiat portion or portions ot the demands ot his subjects stiouid oe re K. . . - a . 1 . . 1 . 1... . i3f I o TlX-VVAKK.&c. S h tad a large assortment of Box and co.ok.ing -5to:'3; Tin-ware; Sheet-Iron Lead Pipyi. Al- a th Oil Domioittn iuce i ' .' "J Nov. 27. tf JAMES MARTINE. 3ST OTIC E , HAVING RECENTLY PURCHASK1) 'IHh : of Council & McKethan, I am now carrying on the mercantile business at Council's Blufl LYON. Aug 1, -w-ii BEOS VEJlDS JlJCb CHJlIItS For Sale at reduced prices, at the Auction Store of .. M CAMPBELL. A ig 21183 tf SPERM, Refined. Lard, Linseed and Tanners O IL WHITE LEAD ; Burning Fluid ; Putty ; Window Glass and Sash of all sizes. -ALSO A fresh supply of Pond's Fain Drover For sale by JtAS- MARTINE. Nov. 27. tf A CAKl. The Democracy of New Haven, who bear the National Democratic st.ndard so gloriously, and with such overwhelming majorities, are deserving ot tne thanks of their fellow Democrats. Hartford Ct.) Times. AN ELOQUENT' EXTRACT. In the course of his recent eloquent speech in the Senate, Mr Douglas made use ot the following re marks : Tne party decided at Charleston also, t,y major- the State, in which a large room is not set apart for one of Phelan s billard tables. Ladies ot ton look for their billard table, in commencing to keep house, as naturally as for their piano forte. Apart from . the fact that a billiard table furnishes an cxcllent : T T.j i-,i..nv Tbe Virk-blirir Win' i i t -.i.i: .i u i'"i"' " : "".-o ' means oi pnysicai recreanuu mi wuira, i May ''Gtli. relates " weather puts a veto upon out door pastimes, sedate I 1 ( Vesshi" .i ..fti,n ;i veiy iuircsiii. inations favor the introduction of the game into priv Per, that it lie was a .Mcxi them with bloody hands to ! Corwm was a nominated Blacks should use th cm' "spot" as a more significant princqdes. At the conclusion of Col. Riela.rdson' speech, the following resolutions, which are a capital burle sque upon he would be-Presideat. wore iatrodn .-ed and passed as an offset to his Congressional resolves. Whereas, the Democracy are desirous to oab.i i a full knowledge of the ficis which go to otablish wdiether the particular sp-d on which the Republican candidate for President was born, w as a f ree-oil jot or a sport in a slave State, or a spot cl-e where; and whereas it is equally important that tne spo. upon which he split his first rail, as well as ti.esp l where of the distillery that he worked in was Incited, in. la ! j ing also the spot where he sol. I che ip whisky by g affair occurred in this county, ' the dunk, should all be Known to ....e couajy; therefore : ;t an. n- i".'- sentin.T ra-r-e i in peri on - .- .f I.i - Si!!!,-I I. I part M c:?t:-:vn v ! an ma re-a-r so ier vu.ii rs, ;s t - ;dr a i : . ! ', v i . I at I an ct ii. ; . V unn no s which he i'.i l.-i.-'l-e . I il, " I with tiii-i . ha'. i . 1 1 H'l I .its. i ; 1 ' 1 pass . lit th.-v wisn. ins fused. It is said that the suggestion has afforded much pleasure to the mind of the Holy Farther.', hoar, thr.-e others ca v iv, an 1 seat up war 1 1 done. T.'cy r.-la sed tin- mvitniian ...o n where Mr. S kivii.t was surround fri.-nds. and left, sen-iiag a threat, -u'n.j; im'.--tie- servaal t i it t!iey w nil ! come uit.i a l'.-r.-sank him a! 10 o'clo tliis murniug. whe.i .'a. lm-e's friends were a '-.in pr.-seut. la view of t'acs - a- "uri'e.iK c jaipiaied liiili fra.n his re-i 1 d iv a are,ie.i-ive of pers i.aal v;a d.'teraiined ta exereUe w i.e if. da T:i : ittJ iti a al' la.! nef oi' P.. to the suhieet. i 1 some of Ur1: ta t ! S -a i ; 1 -ace. 1 aev , llp-e-: 114 . K'.Vl I i il .!,,, y-wv lf IT K li wprc I - e f" nifinb- i ity ot tne w hole electoral couegc, itiai a was t houses, because it keeps lathers, husbands and . , T u:.. ....... ,...,.i .i I i?i..m Tlvit a eomndttee of thiv; le ai'o-i:it- choice of the democratic party ot America for tne sons from being obliged to resort to public saloons 1 Xn himself shot and killed by Mr. Flowers. It ' ed on the pu t of this Democratic Club to co-op -rate Presidency ot the Umted states, giving me a ma- , wh n t,,ey desire to play. Some of our lady players in bis wife hady,,ot been ' living ! with a committee of the same n.nn'.er expeced; ,., joiity of hlty votes over all the otaer camudates j Nw York handle the cue with a dexterity surpass- yhVpuHy to-ether for sometime, and he being ! be appointed by the Republican Cud oi this c.y, j combined; and yet my democracy is que.ao ed. , ed b lev amateurs of tl.e sterner sex and with a riherPae8titne condition, became very low-spirit- to inquire into and report respeti ng the sp as above (Laughter.) bo lar as I am. individually concerned, j that Phelan himself might well envy. The ! tSteilcd on sevJral occasions to kill him- mentioned, an 1 to co nmaaa ate any iuf a-m dmn 1 want no turther or higuyr m.lorsement, a' i business of manufacturing tables to meet the increas- J . d if but she never paid any attention to they may be able to obtain in r.-g .rd t . any other arraigned uo man. I have attempted to p.Oscribe , in tln.m has risen to an impominte branch of JV1 j ' On Friday evening, Mr. Flowers, (a spot in the matter of Lincoln's birth-pi ice. i-.c tory, no man for d, eruig with me in opinion. 1 have a inJ 1 the establishment o Phelan& Collen- J ltith whom iZ was livrng.) and Mrs Lee s it career, or President! d projects, an-1 that sc., 1 all times said that i was wilhng to appeal to the j d,r somc 200 hands are constantly employed. A lQX , v a g,.une of chess. The game had not committee be requested farther to r-povt w by :h r trrand council ol tae party assembled in National .... .,. mnnt f meehanc al shi 1 and accuracv uuw " w 1 - -. H T .. .u :..P. .i : :. .....:..n. ,i. ., ..... a.,.r. ,i . i,i him m Uc'll Ajv'V. hcj nawMiuii" incut. u iia i,u i.-i'ion, t,-. j - - i A Word To My Old Friends. HOSE persons for whew, I have been attending to Banking busianess tor years : 1 am sun wining u v- v . vuuvtuuvuj vv-v iuv v -m ic reninreu to imiKe a uuiiaru lu.ui tnan iu marvw a ' ,.lT i .7Ctr Vi.iro l n , o. t .ft.n. i'l.w. . U n tl T IVOPMM 1 " X . 1-1 1 U . ' l 1 w v j lit. V VV. V. III VUI j UCVV III v -m .ii t., t i . . t c ti... r. , r,.. t : .m,i L'lwt st . , i. mia.i i j 1 oi u. snot i3 au puiuv-s we in, in. uijj.i...4auu.i, o n b he must ulso De a SKiiuui piayer, anu , o s f.iU:n(r tn fi1P floor Mr ot upon wtiici of all, the individual. 1 hat is the least ot all, ; i . ve ie;irned thoroughly by experience the scienti- for my friends who know me best; know that 1 had , c re,jjrements of a first class table. It is that no personal desire or wish for the nomination ; whjcn has u;iven to Phelan's establishmen t all but a know" that I prefer a seat in the Senate for six j moiiopoly of the business, apart from the prestige of years to being President, if I could have the nomi- ; h-s c,ampionship, three or four of his patented im- nation and be elected by acclamation ; and know j pr0yements in cushions are considered indispensable that my name never would have been presented ( D an cvack players, professional and private. ami without savin;; a November next noon everv . . . . i. i. .:..i.i-.. wile twice. . can s auu to ueposit a oai.ot. Flowers caught' The meeting tnan adjourned wita three her, but seeing that Lee had the pistol pointed at Douglas. him he drew a small pocket pistol and fired, kiilin Lee almost instantly. Mrs. Lee, it is thought, can ' not recover. Who ake Youn Companions. 'lie Inac w :U : .-U..11 V... I.nt i-iirn i i; ll.il wii; lllUM ......ii. , i i-, . j fools shall be fiestroyed. rs far dketh iiilil nT Blue Ska' Somewukke. Children are eloquent x i if,.,.,, l.o i-i iwl-iir-K Iok rlnne nur ba-sirt at Charleston, except for the attempt to proscribe i The tnur of Europe will soon be considered indis- : ' Vrf' Wned from those lisninc lios. It nsabie to tne euucauon oi an aniBnt-an geoiieiuan, , j. It is said s be a property of tho tree-frog that i me as a heretic, too unsound to be the chairman TP u Ha n K iiio i Ml Si ii lit iui rtain . a " '- . iiiu no a, ni tuv. i,w uuu v none to serve you with the same promptness that I have al- . Df a committee of this body, where I have held a j por the n;.,st ten years, the number of persons who ways done ; and to o.tuers mai may warn uiscouu, seat j0r so many years without a suspicion on my annu uly leave New York for Europe has been stead x.:r. hiwinPHH. Ac. .fee. 1 offer mv services, witb promise of strict attention JAS. G. COOK. June 27, 1559. tf "fclo Factory, political fidelity. i ;i. incrcasin?. Everv steamer that has left the I was forced to allow my namo to. go there in j port, this reason, for the other side ol the Altantic self-defense ; and I will now; say that hud any i has arrived as many passengers as it could well ac erentleman, friend or foe. received a majority of rnm()a ,r The clerv of our country are leaving . i j. i i i . ''. that convention over me, the lightning would have carried a message withdrawing my name fr m the convention. I have not lust enough for office to us by troops, for recuperation or enjoyment. The pulpit of America cannot do a better thing than to j indulsre itself in this manner. In fact, a trip to j TiH GEO, IiAUiOER, Two Doors above U, T. Haigli & Sou's Store, Fayetteville, -N. C. Oct. 1,1858. ly. BUTTER AND LAUD. TUBS GOSHEN BUTTEK, on consignment; 25 barrels Leaf Lard. For sale bv 14 March tQth 4wd-4tw. E. F. MOORE. THE BEST assortment of SPRING DRISS GOODS is at No. 17 Ma'ket Square, March X3th. J. ppiOR IFl.sy, Mirunily tin a Mum m i Bhls White Whisky, I m 15 do. N. E. Rum. 15 do, Apple Brandy. 20 do. Old Rye Whisky, for sale by - Feb. E. F. MOORE. Tot&cco JL, JONES & BRO's, MARTIN & JONES', an. MoLenabaa, Taylor & Co' TOBACCO for sal. at Factory pnoes desire to be the nominee against the known wishes ' Europe does every American good, in more ways and first choice of a majority of my party. In than one. there is nothins like the rubs that our 1852, the instant Franklin Pierce had a majority national vanity gets abroad t polish us into a shin o 1 - - - matters and things in general. No end to "distinguished foreigners. was but the other day another took root m my me mory. We were going to a pic uic, and of course the little ones were in ecstasies for several days.. Ut UHi appoiuieu uiui lliag ui.nvc oiui "o .i..u- , shine, no song of mirth. There was every prospect j of raiff, even hope hid her lace and wept. "bhan t we go to mother five, with passion i te emph "If it clears on. "But when will it clear off." "0, look out for the blue sky." nd so he did, poor little fellow, but never a bit of blue sky gladdened his eyes. "Well." I don't care, mother," said he when the tedious day, had at length numbered all its hours, acquires the color ot wn never ic a lae.e- l i short time. Thus, when found on gro-.vi ,g e.rn, is commonly of a d irk green. Ii" f am 1 on the hi oak, it has the color pecul dr to the tie -. Ju-t ; it is with men. Tell me whoa, y.u ' l.o a- s-.n : pi fer as companions, and I eer'.aady 'mh f-d yoa Do yoa love tae S ,.-ieiy o! tne v-i.g . Then you are already debased in your s -atiiuem Visit of Sayeks to this Cu Nniv ,vpa Among the iirst fi-iiit.s of ta settle s dispute :ib Kit the bolt is the laying i! ..! p-iins by tae c'.i.ir.ipi-ui f. o a wa.- l f . d Kibt, reap a g aidea baeve . A la'.-r f dan riys tuat after a tear of -;g.i! ' 'i-;;a. nr. 1 li'vi-iad, in the eour.-e of -.' a'- : ta.y ex'aibitian. 'a the pnuciial town ', lie ai.i: ers will cam.- ta this cpuntry to,;, th'-r lo ; rin-r cxaibiti ri-. i-i 'relation to his c.r M..rris--y to light, Heenan write-: I shall have between five ;ai I --;' la a lavs of iav owa m-inev on ta" 1 f ' wh-c'.i 1 will fight him f r, an 1 I yea! a. , thousand or twenty thousand d-alars a likes, oa any day that may ba na.iK 1 ; ni-mths nolfc-i. ' I shall expect lam t . c this proposition for a tneethig at ..rice, b .! :. that if the s.iais I naaie are m ire than w i ok, 1 will accammoiDte lam 1 ; one ia handred 1 .liars a-ide yes, 1 r one l ten f--.it piece! if he crawls out t t u that he has said, way, I sappas fi--r.- i ' neel of my f .'.lowing him up, or : :iy;.:ga cttentia to him. . a. Oar one l' :r. X a )) .fir . ' 'Ht-e a' , r'- ... , nf: Do you seek to be with the profane? In year hea.t f . Planned a ehllJ of you are like them. Are j.-.te, s and bull ,ons your choicf friends? He who lo.es to laugh at lo.ly is 1 ! himself a fool. boon, no ; ..jf l uaven't geen j, i know there is a bine sky man under the rank of an emperor will be consider- ' soroewhere. ed by a New Yorker worth going across me street ; Tnonext tnornin,, there was a blue sky, a whole cf. Th,. Prinw de .loin ille has been With U ur. i- .n :.. ? i - ia. . .1... n ! -. - - - - - . - iicAivi. inn oi il. eieai "iin n.i uiuc nivv. - . . .1 . , . r 1 1 . ...... ..a . i n 1 11. tor some days; tne Japanese innces "' only greets us after a verv severe storm. vited and are expected to be present; the ruuee .'There, mother didn't I tell you so?" cried a joy Wales will be here in a few months; anu the last oqs voic .g Thcn ,he 1Ulle heii, steamer from Europe brings us the news of a con- dro , for a m(nent jn sUent taught, templatcd visit to New lork by Prince Napoleon MQtlu.r.P, -a thfi (.hlU when he again ;ood for New York- Washington, June 10. Sumner and his Friends ix a Fihuht IWrhere had been much talk and telegraphing to the North aho,ut an assault said to be meditated upon Charles Sumner. The extreme fear of his fiinds, however, has been relieved by a satisfactory explanation. vote, the telegraph carried my message congratu- ,-ni, fivme nf liberal opinions and estimates of luting him as the choice ol the party ; and it was read in the convention before the vote was announ ced. In 185G, the instant Mr liuchanan received a majority vote, the lightning carried my message that James Buchanan, having received a majority of the votes of the party, in my op nion, was en titled to the nomination, and that I hoped my friends would give him the requisite two-thirds, and then make the vote unanimous. Sir, I w ould scorn to be the etandard-bearer of my party when I was not the choice of the party. All the honors that a national convention can confer are embraced in the declaration that I am the first choice ot the party as their standard-bearer, repeated on fifty seven ballots. I ask nothing more. The party will 5o on and do what its own interest anu its own in tegrity may require. Sars aparilla. This tropical root has a reputati wide as the world, for curing one class kind a repution i . i t . a a. . .J 4- "tx-rv r-n-.'cr'. 1(11 it JILL- " lie w 1'iarnm .r it deserves as tne Dest auuuot Frr,---- r.o. a r., Wm fT. ' V V .u rui.l Fe'.lowsl.in plaints Ret to be brought into use, us wi iue iou -uin u.fm--p. ..iw.... . . .. ue, r.sq., ot this city, meiauic . a "a. (JiJ-ints. cai to oe uuo'" , . "7 ... , . a;,l ; pv, UHp nh fmm a. cmmikr : ,... 3 . . ,J .:u him and others in must he pnnrpntr'itcd and combined wua uiiiiui autuwpc.gt. .v.. ... ..... , - o in iiienca, and tooK pari, w it.. . medicines thTncrelse its power. Some reliable cause. To increase his muscular strength he was the ceremonies attendant upon tne reptioa ot the compound of InU ctTcter U much needed in . the in the habit of practising with dumb-bells, at the charter fr..m England and assisted in founding the eommunity,Read the advertisement of Du. Ayer,s station-house, wmle off duty. He was thus enga- aboTe Lod thetiret in thi? country Ihe tuner .1 SarsaparilU in our columns, and we know it needs ged, when from too violent exercise he inflicted an Gf the honoreil deceased was largely attended by the no enwmiamlrom us to give our citizens confidence internal mjury, and from, tte effects of which he . Order of LouuiviUo and JeffbrsormUe. JialUmore ia what be offorL9ro , Syraouc N. Y. died. ' 4Shs 2d wue, D. vim lovu and seek the .-oen-t v ol the wi-e and good? Is Has your li.ioit.- oai i on rather take the lowest seat umang sucli taan the j highest among others? then yoa have anv.iuy ir a 4 I... .mil I Von m-iv lmr h-ive m.ate much ICiUllTO to c " J . . , a.,..,,.,, li-if- evi-n a 'root beg namg is nor a. ii sed. Hold on vour way, i- r.a-K l. iv i:so:i. ves-i'.n le .1 of that sor-l Haic:g'i Rry.'xter. says ta -t sircc 'ia (irivc'ru-.r Eili. ' e sent, o. ha i t -opieS of ., it adh'-.-s, to ta t n '1 nat was all lie: a. The i.io.'e tne I val ra-eai. I is t'lrtaer s.u i il tied a.s a rear-oa i'.r senoin pearasice of -meih :'J i' tne w- don't, ke'.w tei'.avr a 1 ri -!.t. to have no o'.;e ti as, e tiiere is so ne t ;-an ,-v. n the Opp --itioa si; . t r. 1 : t a .. I. : t i. J-m ru t.', Ian ir do W'.' ear'.'. i no o ae tias, e- '( i , ei a.ang can ie 1 on h ive hi! to a ma h panion ot all taat le ir j for yourself, and wise for eterrnty P,ioc,Tinv xii PKKVtNr F1.A.HK. Dis v . ' -,, - - . . . water, as much pi arlash as it is c ip u ing in solution, and wash or iau i.,f...rto f-oatintr. timber, etc. iiif...,., .,.. ... tlie same liquid with a Mttle water, a t ., ,.-,vi ;,,.i .a" tine vellow clav as ture of the same con.-isience as common paint; stir in a small quant. :y of paper h pas.e, to combine both tlie other st three coats of this mixture. Wnen following mixture : Put into a pot equal quanti ties of finely pulverized iron fihngs. Prick dust, a" dashes: pour over them size or glue water, set the whole noai a fire, and when vrurui siir them well together. With this liq-iid' composition, or she, give ono coat, and on its ge.ting dr3 give it a second coat. It resists tire far hours, and prevents the wood from eeer bursting iato tl irues. It re.-i.-ts the rav ages of lire so a.s only to l.e reduced to coals ,,r embers, without spre ;ding the conil igr .. io.i by ad ditional fl unes; Ity which time is giiued n i c-inovin-' valuable elfei ts to . a nl ice of safetv, as Well aes , i . . i .. , i . . . ... . .. .,. MlU seCK. io ne i ai- .....i So wo s i ill oe wise think a u-m. for 003" other the lai ur v inrtai .' t-am li .P looked up, ''there must have been blue sky all day yesterday, though I never saw" a bit of it; cos you see, there ain't no place it could have gone t, Cod only covered it up with cloud, didn't ho?" - A Pioneer of Odd Fellowship. Mr John Wan chop, actinp- NohlA Grand of Washington Lodge, on Some man, whilst under the influence of liquor, call-, No. 1, of this city at the time of the organizat ion t i - n-J 1 .......1 Ikmolonin , la torn -iota ! ..r fAA n ..'. . -- I3:(l died in .lef- oi tne uis- eu on nun rnu;iy auu uau umiv.vj 6w, . m ouu r euoshiD in America, m J too which far which he apoiogizeu last nigm. tersonville, near Louisville, ivy., " uv . v ... ia. in iv i -iih ihe venei"! - o!ve ia col 1 of ho!d- wii ir ;ai me Then diluting d to ir sueti u ike t he mi x- sn . 1 1 :r s n ur i-(Stances. Give rv, applv the ces so nece one leading inf: own kiiawh-a ge. ... ,-e n y lo t ae Ir avei!i ;; pu; l a er ui t ie I p -1 i ai .-am nit ids co a ! 1, t The .i oner they are ah so serve Wilson's l ep ut a t . oi i. Jmi ra -l. t l. a e a . The "Constitcti sai U:sia:'" i'ica;:r. J allN" 1UI. . Nabo ly's man ! Stan Is on nobody's platf r.m '. Fights nobody . ! '. JVCS liOaa.U : . . . E Pi lribus L'nuai '. ! ! ! ' Edward Evekett. Writes for the N. Y. Ledger ! AYritus for the-N. Y. L-edgcr. . r .r. tTi V V . Le lger ! ! '. 1 1 UL-n . . - - . - , 111, i-.eage Writes for the N. Y. tint that h- .-' wa ; wa vs a , rr,.. r... fnruers Kn:.v 1 1. ... i - - - , a i . ..... i, ui .lit' i..;.iC. all oe 1 ng'a - . , til - IlLli'a i , , . i ' . - l . . perfectly i-oua.l ana a. ........ . !.l,!v the pi -s tae tne .pi.ait.es o of the mother lout i.-, ir. g l ie.ate I:irgiIV over loose "i la t b id po prepon 1 a .a e.-n..-. olc.iae ..f. a.,,.m..m V.n .,1 r ll T. ! V 1 U... X W t C.1UU1I1I UIO Ua.? W . v J 4 think o. Uiii l-ct, aud prolix ! . C SO J,'. I V. II 'l" oy it. i'tus,tt.J-j al bv i . V lie t i n. ,- ! t ae i il ; i a . a" 1 ' 1- JAS. W. HOSNE.