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, ..- - I 'rill I 1 ""- ' it i i II I 1 rt 1 I - i I --- - - " 1 'in n il 1 ii 1 I I I I II ri i i i rii 1 1 UNION. 'THE CONSTITUTION AMI THE LAWSTUB ".--J, j; GUARDIANS O F,0 U R LI BEBTY. f.XX Fill.?' "' ' "" "is'i, - ..-. i-Til CUM PA Ye JTLY 1S 1847 - jdilj. ; - Physicians of Oranso X mrf nmuHmnA af , ... , , , IMafitv.aaJ will acB k Tf jfgii aaikc Prompt r?" eiaeeted of rrt who puw,i uttcrnat cp i krr.l dial I in. ft V a4anaro firt4aeir.g at rea Wr"" . f W i"1- tr. at U ilwM BodCM. .Another M waft thcr a, a! eaaaaef aea kept b rwadinra ta ilrli tbe HAia at my ripraaa. pmik4 pjaiWlWMi!l afflWwaclfc, it t araft m koaaVaft aiias, ar Ujrt juurnry, at mj r-. nnSMj in .irra dtractml U lb MlWiiliM a! MilUm, X.,a, an4 iwneOi ailro! T, 'iAMUS Hi CiLLUM, if tbt It 3ia Important to EHUers & , Mill Owners, "J THBMitnlf wU f'aF'y m"" Ohm io(aj4 ill th MUUnf U-frinraa in .Ntirth t'aruliiu, ilui ka U ttill ettsrj in a aiul af thai almMl ihvaluaUa ariicla VtUXWS IMPROVED PATENT .Smut S Screening Machine, anJ kartif a aupvljr eoiutantl; ou banJ. ia pra pataJ at l( lidtra la furnUk ih bo liujr ib ui iKirrtiM). TV'rliaarlrr of this marking baa Iwra an fully ata14ahr4, thit aulMrribrf ttrb it Miarecanrr la tawVa any tttra fluuriaJiM about k. Theft aw at (bia liaat ia Draflfta aaJ tkaaaV yamnf cuuhimm rigUy Machines running. Tat r4 tara arrta nut up ill JaMiar I819l aoJ no W au f tb- aiijbtj iww tunninc baa coat on mil f.r trpwra. ut, been aut of order or luoutrnt tt ku firm MtUCictioa to alt, aiw! U tw d.t4 lh b4 Machine no uf in tha I'nhaJ h fc tha frraiuiN at tba giv A;rki)tiirml rair at Auhura ia 1Mb, ami baa ibroaa oul lrcfitj-en aiA-rcnt PjHarrf Huiut Machin. ThU Matliin will ha put op on Iwo Bwnlha tri al, anl if it givr aaturaeti.m, tba furrhaatr will rrnc erriifieata of inaoranot for lia y rra. - If a wmiLl aim inform tha tnilili that bo (a mtiwM tomif all ordara for BI RR MILL Kro.NES. awl fttraiah BollinK Clotha oa aa aa afrioa aa llw ran bo bougM ia too oUU. , Mr. J. W.fJatta it my agoot for tha buNnraa, ami all ooatracU niala by bun will awat my a no tion. Direct to Wb Lowell Mill, Orangf coiu. tr.X.C. "JOHN 'AM'MANMN. , PEATIl OF CHILDREN. . T U . ftuta. to tha maaiioea of tat ilrat. Wara bJknt iaaorrar atrtatb, Soait acr! bri(btrt (baa tbt trat - ' " TW ajrtlrai ajiiiit't fight attcmla. Oa aa;i of acalary nrj iiart Bayaad aher orbW aaatrrial ruQ, Till onoaa Ctir airfrr a tbt altra, Rrica bo anfuOwtfd aouL, t, j . Tbrn.l tha Almighty Patbrt't baad, . . . ieainil tha thtune at, firing light Tbt cLuar aa" ibCwil aaraha otaad, it- An aanliaf abina W-ft ajl are brijlit. . , " That anJitiii(ui.kat4e boom," ' k Will duat auhro! lu our Wrth, - ' FhrJa a Binro Jim. JiarofjreJf glram, Tbo biura to'Knjcra vwu earth. Cluanl u tliia dark aboiW of cUy. . Tbo atreaoi of glory faintly burna, fim aitobwurtj (h lucid ry ;, S.,, , To ha owa aiio fount ret u ma. Bat hea the IrJ af MorUl breath ' Drrrrea hia bounty to reuor, AaJ paints tbo ailent abaft of death, ' Whl h ajerJa aa infiint to tha toinh - No paawna fierco, no bw cleairo , Haa quearbed tbo radiaurt of the tUnir i , Bark U iu Uml tba lining fixa , . Keturaa, anauUiod, aa it eajao wade. Yht U kti lefi troUel Um. rwi.of price. On ef la tgl.jor. H u'tti to path th Utocgbt of it wt of U test liit podae to anoiUf tuw m bu mirKl, but raukl ot accre4 i doi ' tbt 2bre, Lr4 bit voe ily wliit lut aa k.. a. ..a a a 1 a a a . 1. to. II luautctl bus lor dart. v ivnes I : uat kmh ot. mum iuu Dfw(uu t net Mr. Elliotaoa ha Celt Ilka iJb bita, so4 rouU lutdljr lev to Inok U Li facr, vbilc b nmret teJ m'uh him. t m Gae bad a IxoiLrr a bo ovaetj Jarjf farm ia the fenHs Uey of a mrr bea rater pacd through tha t lUare ia oKicb EUtoUoa krrUt5ie, T)i rUUre m a depot fur tUeJofripi Vf seanij tha eaiirt prouurt of Ut. a!r; t roatiuif Uute toitft. r!liiuaW4nraf tite, larjett. and ba iter ttcJ, as factor, at Irast ta-o-ihir J of lite produce that came duwa the tiret. Tbf selling of this aa bis chief buiness. For after! years, ba bad sold or ilr. Gge, the farmer, tha products of bis land. - A dallair and tea," replied the fanner. 1 did better than t C M tLc 'I bor. . ' Abf IHw oiach did jo fttr AeJoIUr ta-rlef." ' . - Did rou iiHleed ? Herbert doetyoqr bttsinctsr; -YeV Doet ba nala prompt tetania - OH ) r. II is rry prompt ana rt ry corrrrt. " ' . ' "AdoiUriwelrf ! IIaeynjn4berd ofthaler ' ; -1 rceeirtd t)a aeeodnl to-day." -Tbara stranje My wlifat rt ia eonsisliitj principally tf beat, rye, orn, fttery way fowl as yours, aa ovghl U sreorojnf nare ormji.t a oou a ppcr, anil flata t makimr linn Kturna tu ilia nJin market nricea. . . I Mr. Ce now decided ta bift anlnd . . "'.-...!. . . ei. Shortly after th ocTurrcuce oTth liUJe .aoout enantnf dis axenu no icu Ma j rrr tw p reiic f ta alia tbraa- amnav ret ta f it a Llui fi.9 WHiCWats ia th r awlt of tt eleitiooJ', IC by aaiabap. ba sbould not ta sppotBtrd, bataev sot vbich ay to tara to keea LI fily from rant. Amorifdia PIrecwi cbf b torrpra aVnt tha interests of the Stoclboldert, was Ra. tha rarocntrr. bd a laaa of ancta property, and bad auUcribeJ (aiit lilenilly to Ut atnrk. Wbcp Mr. H otaoa was prfposed to tha meeliDj a Cstier( Ga became retilew. . - He i tha terr eflan, id one. MYe caa't pot.iMy do better,- said li sii. tib as act algkiiy at tataaer. I lea aaf a ! aet al asy ttla H at t arOGld ftar to bare rant mf. Tbt ia tba a!!ecaiir: ' ' f - 8se f ta a all yarfa ttere wai a idiitioa lailt ta tbU bocse? tail tba Dirt e or "'' ' 9Tbeit ." '' '' .'" ' ' Dyoa ienen)Wi tba faei that s loaf af Hate itrowB daaa, Ui fit tftef r.oa. t yat aack pie.1 1 4 ' Mr. Eilrattoa tbs(ht for a aiomtnt, id fbedttld - " ..-.- ' Ytf, 1 remember it try ajelLw Da a l'keaiefreoibr faliaf 1 tao or three piece af thai Itnle far y af ' . . . ..f; It. K .yli a There ieo'i tuna ea the lit of ap. j ava , aad ceoctilisg tbeta fa a eat- pi:cnr.t coaparable to bw," ixaarVrU a hosier- - . j ? .- . i oo. ana nipou uooaicya m third. cheek rf Mr. EllioUoa.t - ui ..... ... ...a. t.u r.r - eherk rI mi Lr.'":: " V'. I.! Yaa -. eea o doW..t nd it it "I . ...... - : a they m-eta aboat kallotinf. &a carpta- now -i--'! '.V;:- ttrVsid thai ha a. .try to be roaaptlird fged a re.soa art 7 yoa bHi d not bf to oMtet ta Mr. Ellwtiea. bat daty eon. I" appoint.eot or Caahitr. . ... . ! f. PliiAiana wiJ ataltnett trll a tew to CO an. ana maa no r; 7 , . eirenaUunee already kaoa a ; meonnis. Ha leaned bit bead dea oj lie ended by aayiai ! a uoir.aao aaa -How docs EUiouoa nunageyour talcs lime, the priceliad Mlea two cento. Ilia , a. TIU easy teem a Uifl.nj a.atur.ea-, J'Zr .LA fot yboT I , a , , aegl lot of produce was enl to Mr, lle Ue.ea. Hot it it in ttlflee that art WHB a. r T ! 1 V Z i" VVL... ...um .,.a4 . r,.; ,;.- Wame bia . .wt. t.t atiaraelar.'- It hi bead, bia fae ai pale bat rl.- ' KIT wUI .i , wo aawt i"t aaawa a oja w - " a -a. a i.:-. - I ill-. ... -..:...i Im?.!!-' - iw it.ta rh.nr. ih- bntineas'.K .h.. .h... ia a lack ol Mteritt ia i MI oae, charfcd with beiof j a V W aa aw an a aj waaaaavaa'V aaaw a aWOaal laaB aWaalaB f - t . i U hv nr. not'al wava. But then. I Cace vai hi lare e at conii:nrr, and ua- rttclattoa. bat del? eoatpeU eae to do to. r....tt I I.'. .n..L .! j1U- mn! lintr nureliaaea from him du ' I ma.. I.I anl tta trua la tha trust 11 tt baft iftCl. - His! tleiaea. Uwthit in ti'fltt that we tt oa .1 i. . ...i itif - It nil cvnrigiirr. ,f nil, i iw.ca .. - ingwi idii unit h ....-...-j i ,. . ml ' -a r if. ct!;A,.nn .MfT.t Muuii'mMr.!!:. a..... t fl n.i..t ! aaakino this a UitbaaCIt aaaa, M ttlO, 10 I BM a . a . a a aiaa,aaiaiaBi i . wa aa hi a a ai aaaaa luraii ulb aaa a a aa asaaaa aaraav (twt alwaya aa I,i8U a we farraera cpuld rint the jrear, thus jiti... him a doubte'been rapoaed ia me. tie I U Uhli.dd Mr. tlliotsoo areae. ana CBC t . , J T ;. ! n...a . r... .k.t M t..n ' ssciturv look then from too aeeooat ; IIOOB iia oiiim iav. . r . , ' 'n v. .....a . ...I ' profil. From tl is period the baineaa of E1H- .fleet tb inUrem they are boaod to pio-, book. - Ono or mete W"a . . I ' . I i...'inir ia n tif nnni hi.l II Aft tk llbla SurprUa kept all aiUnt for eotne before iha Diraetof. aajriar a. N dideo. ... . . . i Tlie plasterer aho finitbrd the addi ' From the Saturday Ereuiug Poat ; A lall'C-LIaSSOaV, BT T. e.eTra. r Mr. Philip Elliotson, a man in rnod erate cirrumstam cs, fired in a heat little house whuh ho rented, In a tliririnjcoun. try tillage. He wa keeping a store which yielded hita a tery comfortable liv ini. As Mr. LUiotsoa'a family inercased. the darllinr which he occupied became too small for him. nuking a remotal of aa limC. i u imIi ! No. I sunnose not. But. does he re-1 mm vnu the hiuhest market rates !' ' vtsnn ctaduaUr declined. One after an f i- . .. .-. i m fv.i r .r...ri' Knn.inninpni iiut fliin. ' otner at iii Mil cuatiuneri in me ntivii' . . ' i . .r.i 1 .t i ! i i i . r r.. r ii .r ;.i.n..t hmi.i . . i unons oi pmc. anu ac.uai aau u a.- uv,..uv ... ... .... ..... j raav-. .... ..j. h- anilorj lo AU but.' tpond. Soincuines we aenaimj any reason, ana wein oTtrwtic.uc.H i - tt hboi jwiw na. y- 7 " j p,7. 11 ii. . ..I' of train and get foe it nv.re!who operations doubted within a year, teen aittkear wa at length naked by wa naed Eldrd. II. dealt .1 cay eh. caaae lay in hints rrom Farmer liage, mtmber of the Board. , araosmia aww ta rr. ply to qneM'mna a tu why lie badj -No, sir. I aiw tha tbint doae a aoatha. The addition wa asada ia Jane, Isn't Mr. Oiouon 'changed hit eonaignee. He a'id nothing 'clearly aa I am taw any tbiag in my o Ua ilia tenia oj jey, ia ma aaaao i..,ot.in at... ;ni.rii rf Fiiit.teoii. bi t t.i. t. mi. .. tina... I eiaaamed t ear. foa ee there ia a eiedit to bla ae i"hi.uiiik nv at s"J ' " v aiirt aj nsr aaaaisa w vwiv aaw - - ... iwaya roirei nrtvn ta IaI arr araiti tatasl aTawl ilin. wa exntf-tedJ uu.. sometimes less. iThe s ,lt is just aa it Ju.pptns. Why do you in reply aK. iiiese quesimos 1 llie fair thin; ! ot exactly ; I am sorry to eay. hesitated not to allege that Herbert obtain ' nj 00nd tba liae ia aa oat-bouae, eon conni ai fi teaa eemt. Now I will thow What!" Ue brother expreased atrong 'ed better prices for his produce. Tins seated eader ab eld plank., lo a day or yoo the da? book eairy. . was, orcontse enottgn 10 inoucaoincra w. two aiierwaraa iiaassiacaea aim appiioM, .... follow bi example. At the end of a year' totfe. fenee. It is a little thing, I know, eauy stood thus: ' " the business of EUiotton was so much5 geodeaient and perbsps t lay too atuch James Eldied, Cr: By lime ore J for reduced, that he found it tery difficult to atrf M Dpon it. Bat I rennet bate aay wlmewathiog at tbe lime lis wa plastsr He tliea related the story about the I keep hi head abotc the water. lie was riuonal eon 6 denes ia a atao woo wui tog my noust auren crms ie. ' :! no loneerstDromnt in making return of sualcreaa pin. I bate made tbi eoai M I took the lime,' aaid Eliotson, af addition to the hwe neresaaiY. rUeiut .Thni aa a little buaineaa." remarked talcs to the farmer a before, and tlx municaiion fjoai a ttnta of.dutrj the ter he had exhibited thit entry", "thought- a good tenant, and a man well thought of ." farmer, after he lud heard the relation, jeaured other of them lo leare him. - Bosid can now acta it ihink bu Out Isatly. Ii wat not my property, and I bad surprise. , , . . The fact U, Henry,' said ilia carpen ter. 1 have lost rny good opinion of the an i and I will tell you the reason." , man ;, NoHciT&ixcs. I. rHAI.L attend at the fonowing lima and pla era for tba paipoaa of eollerung tbt Tax for the year 18U:.,t , . .. .j ... - , Mad4tttba th July, at Jeaaa Dnrhara , Tuemlay, tlva Bib, at Juhn Newlin'a,,- . Wednesday; tha Ttb, at RufTin,a Mitt Y1 Thurolay.lho th, at Michael A Hight'a. Friday; tbo Sth, at Uoorg Patteraon'a. HatunUy, the 1 0th, at Wm. A. Carrigan'a. Mmday, the WtK, at John 8. Tuirentine'a. TneaUy, tbo tihi at Jacob Hammar'a. Wa.lneday, Ibe Hth, at C. F. Faueetl. , , Tharaday, the 15th, at Mr, ll'utchinaon'a. FriJa: the 16th. at J. B. Lea. ' . 1 . s Patonlay, the 17th, at Maaon Halt. " Mrtndsvithe lth. at llillalMitnoch. ' " Taeadat.Uie SOth, at11.& II. llur.1V. -VadneaJay.tba SKat Mr. M'Koa'a. . ' Taiiraday. tho fid, at Abner Parker'a. Friday, the 3d, at William I.iacamb'. Hitunlay, the Stth, at Harria Vilkenwii'., , Monday, tha SCtli, at Wm. Nf Pratt'e ftore. Tuenday, tlie S7th. at Hermlona old Store, ' Wednewlay, Hie tfth, at William Trice. i.mi.. .k. iik .i rn.an.1 tt;n - ' T IWV .tftlM i. . i if i'1 in the community, his landlord was my COuu not have believed that a mail of ready to build hint a couple of additional it Btau()ui2 would be gmliy of aucb con rooma tot an increase of real equal to tea duct,!, t . .,. , T , HW per cent, on the ouday. . s t. ; ? i -, v J w Nor I. It really, confoun4etB me,,. I, Mr. GafcO, tbe carpenter, wa employed hate . thought about yon ever siuce. and to nuke the reqnired jmprovtineruav' and how easy it would be for. him, in render be forthwith went to work." It waa not hig account aales of. your produce, to put Ion; before a euitable Xrarae was erected ' the price down a cent or two a bushel less and weatherboard ed in ; and the plasterer! ii,n what he actually received., Itivould commenced upon tUevtntttiM..0.wa-k4 Morning that the plasterer waa to go lo qHjle an ctn in the year's husiness." ,t,; work, Mr. Elliouon, who waa an f arly M Indeed it would t ut I can hardly riser, walked ot into the yard to look a believe tJia Mr, Elliotson ould do auch rouud and see how the new building was thing . , j r V'.;$.W ; pmcressing. The first thing that met hia ( m Nr rn a,ui V'et iiicie i the fact eye was a load of lima that, had been of tha liioa curing us, wi the. face. .That thrown down," dote to tin gate, where ill0Wt wntl , j( Me raan snj what is in the plasterer Juid. arranged hia ;fortar i gure ip C0Hie out someJimo or innigiw. . a ... ..... ...6v ....,.., ot,er. (t only . neeUsvmeis opponunuy iretn irom iiw awun.. . j t ' Just the iliinir," said Mr. Elliotson. --Whats the matter with EUiotton !' t cannot vote to pUcaMr. EliioUea ia a aa right to it. Bat I did not reflect at tha now begvi to be asked among hi neigh positioo. where a much ia at a'ake V . time. About a 'm-inth afterward,- a bora. He teems to be going down hill." j . After aa booi'l diicuaaioo, in which thooghtof what I bad done flashed scioe " But no one could answer the queMiori. three or lour roam ben of th Board apok my mind, and tar.Ied . , I aaw ibal I He we knwn a an active and energetic itrongly in laror ol Mf. Eltiotoon. and had beta guilty of takiug tnothet pro businetman, and it wa believed that he offered to go bia euMiy ia double tbe prrty for my own oar. and immediaUly would, in t.me, acquire a fortune. That amount requued lor ibe Cashier, it was made this eatry. In aettlemem, 1 pointed a different result as threatened, eieated otd to Ut the choice ol that officer he ool trie matter lo Eldred. and be said it rpnef!,! arimri-e.' W ben a man heeini to aver for a day, lit I theia taight ba mom , wa of no eontesr Vaiav. that I go down hill, there is but Utile hop Tor ft aWuoa. . f , , wsaelcooie lo 4 fcobl aa him. Herarely fait to reach the bmml . Mr. Elliotaoa at at bi window, with much more. HeuW arrHeduciioo Thnaiiia-aa wiih Mr. Elliouon. In thtee bis eyes fixed bn tbe buitdinf where the made Iroos bis aecnuBiTti 1 1 hristtd oa t ears from the day lie was guilty f the Directors weie in session, b besrt beat, its being dooe. If yon will see bim, be trifling act of taking a few pieces of litre ing witban eny motion. II aatiossa will show yon . ..". aa . 1 .ft ft - .a Kamaaiaaaa aa A J Bat 01 at ' aff.aaaa a.aaa at aaaaaMat that did not belon 10 htm, lie wa sold noa ir neany wvu..-. i.y.i.u. t tbi credit on t J n. the bill I Stooping aown bhu inrmng over arena ughu lareo nieces' with his hand Thia will ..1 k: out by the Sheriff. . Of the caute of the , beginning lo grow.retuess i wua ipa-, -way i nsta mete dooks i the meet- - - .... . ft. a aa an kaa alaara a7afhajfl. Binil ' litaw ll I ll fa SB ll Ia1 AOeaif' aat.aaak.l . . blight that had fallen upon His loitune, ne iiooco, wuta no w 'r iT1 L I , Y T VS had not the mwst remote conception, It gemtemea who leemed to bio. to hold kejl the friend, who was trembling with ........i i.:. ihai a ana. bia fata ia their bands, elowtw emerge, delight j When he took the lime, it was early in pieiota of hia intefrity existed any where, and move, ".hide rop. luigeiingiy , Ceiiaiply. It u but jut thai thia the morn ui?. ana no oua.twwi " or titat ne uau ever jjitco cause iutuu - v .g.u. Friday, tbo aotby at Thomaa INig'a. Ba'urday, tbt Slat, at Pinckney v m EThf Mafjirtralaa appointed to rorehro lh lula af UuMm and wua the kind for tbe tear 1817, will attend (with tho other member of the j and an old piece of board thrown over it aave me from buying lime. :? f ; w carefully. After that he alooped.and Mr. Elliotson then looked about mm, ,.flp. lttfiinre and carried them I I . L. a . .ua aAaaaa MaMa B4 AaTk BHafwl - . ' . a a .a arm i uown aaaiu, anu erivcuus w m.b . , . A.i ... - i .. .. t :.. ,. I 11 ceriamiy i"k. a wua n.c uiq gesi aw to They He first turned itver, and then I , suspicion: In the c-tamiiy by which among hia waraml irisnus. spproacoca; .. insn you may set your heart st reel raised himself up and looked all around he watricken he retained one eonsnous- Die ioae. nor oi o'a.a v. tDOui me atnierutp. lou will eert.in ... . .i ......... . ., . .:i. ..J k. ..Miiinii.il t ihnkiK . . -. npst. that of be n? an hnnest man. ; aun tun, ibu .a....-..- - art iuo aupuinuneui. nui lor una again, .ntl aelceting ; law .'of U.e arrj (W , ike , lumps, iooa (iicm up anucvrricu ii.cui -,, , . ay, remarking, in a low tone oi twee, , -rr- . . , . . u .11 uon i kiiuw iiuw iiiu irr. am.ui i. " f!.r.ri:;ii .V: ; : ! ad the carpenter. - but if I were in y a ar aa Educated in a .lore, Mr. Elliotson had ,k!. ...t u ! ?J! I5 k:i:. r- .k.::.. I.!. ftl. UIC. OBI WS W OS tuatjaiaa .aa mi auiit.y tur wu.aiii.iis " r , , . .... ... .... k.i a.jl ... T- ,rsJrar i , . i 1. 1 irom nia noute, sou aiuou iwr - our;.,ne keeping a store, who needed a U-rutiaa. This was .a - t 1 t l.ik. a. a.a ua. 1 . ka. I I., a.. Loan anfullllahla. . -I be lime waa piaceo ia an ouiouiiuuhj, r r . Tim An , .... ,( . j itnt no ona ia iha villaow waa in BIB B I BO liatlliw w T - . I - - nuts in earnest conversation. a a a - B. J . . U. A. A . a . m want of l0"" apoa a a oaa omoa. uwt vote to day. on the drat balloting.' . ,Whea the Director met on. the next day. and the book of Mr. El iotsoo wrro laid open at the entry jatt ueutioned, M- Gage was eoofounded. "I have not. a word more to ay, ha rematkad, Mr. Ellixuon has my vote. ttulity ia reuueirted and exppcted fiom all. JAMES C. TLRRENTIMJ, Sltriff. June. 14. 83 rrtHC MtiWriliera, linving received a Jiaiiditome aasortiiM-lit of " ' ' full and I must think about it," remarked the a?i?tnnce. should be orry to break with intercourse has been Pleasant, 'nation of Mr Elliotson was painful in the 1 . a B a' made me prompt return, extreme.- The rigor of the law nau ten , . - k I A k... . . . ....... riirkaia.hi.lil I nr. , . r ii I rjeilcVO 1 never nau iw wiiic w tutu iur mm uut a uwr,rmiim '. """ teco,nparattveIyspek,ngomsma JJ ; ni,ure, andith; tlT.a lie mu nhajt moving So fitr so sootl t but if the returns 'into. . mall cotTsge at J.alf the rent he wa... they came in tlus instance. . It nappencu ", . ..., , !tl . . i...;r.,k.,;ru..ki. l.nmein winch him were acmaiy snon, wmj . i'"'. " ;t asaaaa - m a .. -a. . I. I 1 I ! I F . " That s anotlier consnieration aitojetn "e nau iivpi mr icn ycari.. Just at tin ensu, intelligence wai, re- 11. . ...1 ,.r l. ., II.. . .irk. I,m.i anal Ml I. . .I.m . ... lf..a..v.l. . ... .1 f. Ir I i .'vain t. .nillUllVI., I VI mmfm 1 1 . .UT ftWlff VI.C WU.UV I. WW . . . , 1 r".L..:. . .ii...:-... r.k.lui . .. r n t iijimer. ! n- iu .ii.-ir prur U.....W. "'j r"" "-! and used in wnitewasning me lencea. . i - - f!a to give in hia hat of taJaWea, win b bound . Kix . ... f . . .r - htm, for OUT lotmy a doublo lau tbo court bating been i . V mt. piSrJL IT.V . 1T..1I 7 I He ha alwava ...1 1 1 ! :.i;n.A,... i.tM Ptino.. Ol lime V ir. l.iiiui9uii, waa au. a...... . , ,. , -aataarwi iv nam w ait iriMowt.a, -a.w.. aaw 1 1 . a a . -a I of go d new wouia noi uia pauaa ana h me 0 (ht ht w . Tbe poor man a upot oacaae. eU B0 hl , ,, Uut M r. (J age, the carpenter, aw l.iL iha niivea of lime, an art that sumris- , v. . . 1 1 e J mm very miM-n. lie cowtd not nare , , . . " 1IIIICCU 11 I!". Now, although tlie suspicions of Gage, i balifcved Mr. Elliotson pniliv of such a nrMnT finntic:. oettv act of menunp. not to aav diho: wouU rewcrtiuOy aotkH the ituiieclion oTthe nesty. Not willinff to condemn a man in the carpenter were, lo all appearance, well public j ( .... , 5 . v , .... , .,4j lu own mtnd, and especially a man neiu lonnoeu, yei incy wiuugcu it. aaiatwunm. if!.. r ;i 1 1 1. :t l.n ..1. unirer. 1. Bill H lamiiT ... i.Hir tlllliuic... i.b 'i .-. .. ... y ...... i.t.,k. . 11 i.aaih irta man aenariiea. ' - . . -- - a--- jnt voia wstai once UKsn, anu cuipi and ana of them cam towards bi house on elecud, unanimouKly. to tb office of with a grata snd dthberate aiep. t torn C,tDi.rt a tuy o( lwdve BttttJltd the window, Mr. Elliowoo eonld! An , dol,r. , r f e. Hi heart ceased to beat for a few 1 Abou . yMf ,fief hi, hi?iy ehtBt moment, and then fluttered on wildly, j jB Mf EUioUon's externsl ciicumstances. At l.ngth the man a knack was heatd at. iierbcf,t ue ilore Eefpg who had ob. the door. Ellinttoabad aearcely aueogtb Uued n.ary th, wbol, of bis country ut open it, and when be did do so. o!cus,onf an(J ,ccaiBUiaud quit a band t :k a. . . !-.. .miiina adainaleael. ... ... k ' .;..i :i:m.i..n that hail beeul " V"l?" i:., PPriy. uio. sod n.s widow ii.u .iijnii.H.ii.)') olner. lOOKIOS! IBHI III llivaaaa ab w.u- a a a ft. " ..aal t. Illin ill ' a I made to cnatter a oanamg n.-...a.... nfter 0r ntiertnce. r o teiieve tnis ceived that" the Legis'lature of the Sine be located in the village. Books for s lrl I5- , 0 Pidt, and Vinegar ; tot aalu'br a ' itfKT.r .t- m I : 1. tt.i. - k.. a ti. to.t atnai-a 'mnff- thn moat 9ppnr9t 1 tubscription to the capital stock were im n. "r ?r v ,. 1 in nocii iiikii cauinauun uy ... n. , , . " . 1 .. , 1 ,1,. .mount re. was Mr. Elliotson, without being verysnre returns Tor the produce sold, anu retained tneoiaicij .npwnwi. . that the lime had been taken for his own not a farthing beyond the tegular com-1 quired by the charter obtained in a lew ! B LW-- If ii. .il.L.ia private purposes, the carpenter, on com . missions agreeu upon. 111 an mauers 01 juajr wmilil on intn nnnration. tilt friends of to get A'UtlNSTAN T SUPPLY. " ' - t : . a .. ai... HHMMnA on arart. an 1 c iart,ti QirrfHii 11 rif 111. an .111 in HLtprx 111 uay ra , Corn. Fliinr. Meal. Dnmn, Lard, Salt, P' l-nwaao. .. . "M-";-- I " T;?:" a . U., .ia A 1 Aa anon a. it was known that the hank a . tra 1 '.II. tl'll . IHA la lUanrif III9L itnv. nnil Blier illl. aValllUI I I'l' lllil uua llVto oa-.w -viv fiwuia anu - t " a m frAiatkvccKwiuteriiM.- , " . . ' , . , .V.1; " 1.1- 1.. 11. . :.t.i s .,., ; ton had cone to his store, searched about to , his practice blameless. He considered ! June 2o. in in nncration, UIC . ." . i . .. i ....monl r iniiMunu . -. . j . . I'l. ........ '(........ii. 1. k. tl.. hcl nnlii-v nn.l n-as Ml. r.UIOISOn matin a ,i,i..n..v... Iibtiui . u. -juuiYpMii. ; ; . seo 11 ne couiunna uieiiuie. a ... ....-.. ,nmi .w ...v -v. . r --v. - - ilMu..l .a 853w discovered it concealed beneath aa- old. alwava honest in his dealings. ' Themat him appointed Cashier. He, .inofceii ' "' " ' : - - . .-1 1 . r .1.. t: ..... nm..r.ih. nru unnn as the vrrv malt, anil some oi me . it n c. ... ... .. noil na.n ... . it hi iilc nine n do wi. uu. y . .11. . . .... 1 .--- - - - i, . .. . . ..." ... ! i.-.i..t. 1 . ..i.:.i .r ..;.:.i.....i r. s;i,ii.LVirl,lera iipni an liir as 10 n.WiSiiia:1 wotiiuii i nave ociictcu ii,iiaavu. c. , . sttsmpted, by means of a clerk, to carry on tbe butioers. But. in die course of a few month, her friends sdvissd her to tell out and be content with tb amount of property left to ber by her buaband. which wa enough lor ber sappoit. A :I3H - a ll..a l.aa i WS fclW' seen it with my.own eyes 1" said (Jage, I which no rule of action, involving pnnci- was lonunaie ir When r..,,n,lll hv .k,i had .ocsurred. i nle. had been laid down. The temntsttion i happeued to be out ol business, i weive , . el Faucett, decewrtl, on Tneailay the S7th . ... .. ... l.c, k, i 'nn ....hi.-u. ;,, hin nv. and h foil. ; Directors were chosen in due course, and ulrnesL nil the pemmnl pmnertv of the m.id 7 fna ptwpic ui.g. "l." i .,; Ar Ha. Mi : .ml i'..tu. 1 don't," He continued. " v ny, u a uowu- Ncjrroes, &c.ibr "WTILI. I aold, at the late residence of Samu 4m,Li Le tt-. Tu. -i r-ii 1 don't, he continued. "Why - . nnif -.viaraajt-MtBa) wa a". aaa.f "' - , 1 11 aal one Wairim. ti .mKi-wurk nf .rn- Waar.tn. Farm- riuht f tcalinff 1 W hat nirlit had he to take iu UtPiMil, Houaehold and Kitchen Furniture, this lime without the plasterer's consent ! . Will aW Ian 'sold at the mime time uild ifk- kJ nsLpJ for it, he could HO doubt ntaja, TWELVE LIKELY NEGROES e. 1 j d u theqiJaruity he has taken, witiii? of men, women, and children; and ilm T " ,n ,-i:k. tk;a 1. the inuat wkieh ih. eato has in tho Negro ui welcome. But, I don t like thm. II boylwpard.. ' , 'v.! doaen't look well, ; I almost wish I hadn I , .Nine monUm credit will he given, the purchaia. seen it. -1 ahall never feel just 'right to f giving bond with two approved arcurilica, K wards him affaitl " - '' i M El. . A, Jkl OETT, Adin r. stf. ...j carpenter was a stricdy honest man WIIJ 4)a t .. . a a PI say, ihalj that he j out power of otierance. to'ptntr, which he aw to be eiy great, th fneud aid 5 Thei ha bttn no election of Catb ier ve." f "; ' y . . . a a t m a . .AaMaaB B aW ainnB BOW ' . a " a- . a a- tmoison leantu agma. .v.,oon at una uci Decani known to support l Mr. Gaga, th carpenter, who Hiind bad Nona?, Why not!" he ae able la ask. ner fU eaty abourMr. EUiouoo, be I will tell you." L'rH called upon ibe latter J snd said to bita. aa Walk into the parlor," Elliotson had, ,fWr mentioning iha laei that Mr. Hr- ... I . ...I k . ; . ' . . . . . . now presence oi mina o oia nen wtttitd to sell out. Tbera it a good chance for you, sad KM tatif ttrv MM H. I lllytlltaat.,, E X KCU TE D' AT ri I IShO ffIce. andfarnbm'c an set; of meanness. lie regarded the rights of every one, in Jtttle as well a iu vrr.it thiiiifs, and could not tolenite in oihers any departure Irwnt re-Js-a-.-c as KUIIIU V1IUIICIII aaa ta J . aastva hv iviii . art I It.tt the fall was so liuht that he scarcelv then there came an election oi oniters anu full tho Minnasinn. Ho wna tint inili s. 'clerks, to conduct the regular businrss. tinctly conscious of having done a wrong There were many applicants for these sit act.: It was such a trilling matter. But, luations. Prominent, for .the office oi Cashier, stood ihe name ol Mr. Elliotson. On the day that ihe Directors met, tins unfortunate individual had but nve uouar trilling: as it appeared to be, it was destin ed to produce, a serious effect upon his kncin.aa. . I'Iip firet a(Tiwl was thft losa nf ww..... ... , .... Mr. Gage's consignment.. The fact staleu, and, neyonu we nopca ior . ted to Uie farmer bf his brother, rested up' inent, no apparent resource in the .world. .. i.:. ...,i ..,m., i.irni . ii. n. U i.a no matter of wonder, that In mino UIllll3lll.UUa.lU HUMUIHI IIIU..- ; ..W "V... - ; - . lintied lo send his train to Mr. Elliolsoiil was in a stateof. greBt snxiety and sus- for some month . but his auspicious I -a ing aroused, he began lo imngine that the ... . "t . . . i .1,.. nense. fuis tnenu nati assurvu m.n he would certainly get the appointment! cvnnt-saU. he received showed a low! tut the necessities of his circumstance steppsd bstk while tba Diteciot enteted. alone, tha Utter said, J you ought to embrace it. You understand resrel to say, hit aa unexpecitoi ,k. buainet. and can maka bv it man objection was mad by a member ol tba lbl0 double what you are now lecsiviog.'' Board, which would hate defeated your Bui EUioiton tbook bi bead., ' , alectioa had a ballot taken place. I mere! ., Depend upon it, you ought not ta let foie moved to have ihe aleciion for Cash-1 is opportunity past. I know you can ; . . ..i....j .i:i i. ..J 1 k,.a 1 1 i. , t ' . tor pwainuimu nun. .w-..w". v na an my.oromei scootignrntnis sgatn. com lo talk to y on about thia abjeeitoo What t tir' aiked Elliouon, to a buky voice. : c::s :. -si It toaehea your character; it, in fact, charge against your integrity a a man." " l'hilip EUiouoo diew himlf up calin- ly, while hi ay bocarae bright and ilea dyi and bi lp arched and tirtn. Y - ' 1 am ready to meet all aucb chargtc, for be ba told me that he,was aorry ha had tr taken thtra oul of your hand. And l(hv no. doubt but that you can reiain every one uf Hrben't rtgotarcua toaier,m..; -(t;; ' ' : XZ "ParhapaJ 'might. I believe with you, that ih opponuoiiy it a vtty good one,w Bui iiit aut ia mY power lo a a bt.ee it. J i; . . ' -