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-Il?'IOyTt' CONST 1TCTIO K AND THE LA V -T 1 1 E O V A R D I NS OF OUR LIBERTY. TuL XXXIV. tlL.i.ll!iKlfi" WKD512DAyVbc roBEK tarns IBM PAi 1 i-ri Tisii.aaiaaiaaT CHERRY PECTORAL, I ' rnt the rik44(r mt r orcns, colds, iio irsexess, j5RoxcniTis,vn(K)Pic-f orcn, CBflrFa iSTIWI. 1XD t'oxj!imrTio.t. Among lh nutneruua liroverira ScK-tx baa aalr in tliia frarraiion l lariliial iha buiiia f lilr, kicrraap it enjnjrnirul, nl turn froluuf Ida trrua uf humaa eutrnrt. nu cia Im) BnriJ of marc real ulue lo mankind, Ibau tliM ronlii- fcution of Chr-nitary iue Healinc Art. A a4 Iri4l of ita virtuea llirmishout IliU UimiI rouiitry(j baa proven bf vmtd a dwiH, thl nn dciiie or cunihin jiioo of auiliciitea jtl known, ran M uri- IvaiMrol ami rure nuihrruua aaricliea uf iMihiiiinjnr iluraae tthirh hvi hiiK.. ....i Iroia our wi.U lhuii.U and ih.mund every I .... i. .. i year. Indeeu, tlirre la now aitundaitt reaaoo to 1 , -waw-ni raw , U'liere a (ft-tved' baa al length deeii und which j trf he reliiil on, lo rura tjjt ona dangerou af i leclionVlha lunga. Our c hera will nutS",U lfwi' K A. & R. fl. 0111), permit ua lo pudliah any proportion of the curra ellecled by lU ue, but we wopjd preaeut Ihe fol- lowiiift and refer further enuuinr to m Am.. I rie AI,u.H.r. .l,L-h Ih- l-L. ' I wia aw.y. be pk.aed ,o fori free. whe,eiW ire A4iparticularK,aud indiutiUe pi oof uf thew tlrtoeula. Oiru-e of TranxporlatiiHi, aureua K. K, .. U, Aug. 4. 153. ' a . It . . II . . . j. v. uear eir, i ituie apn, four iniVrpf iP-'t) - V TFiDDTT) 1 yeaMokl.haaju-treroveri-dfriiinaaeveiealUckof, jyOiJ AS J UL-X.ti JS rualignant Si-arlH J-Vver, hia throat waa rotten, I Of Stiple and Fancy LtJ G00d3, ml every prrfo.1 ibal viidid lino urououncrd bun .i a Lahforute. hi iha ,.u e, wf jgjo, f.. ck of BriHuhuia, wMltetMire yoaafc ill U ri r . T" . S - -. 1 .L .""r"1 'V ' " m,v' 1 bun a Ira-niKton-full everv three hour. rnmnuii. I, . , V . , i ,ne recem iiivance in prura. ,,g m llu, jiKirntng end by iea ocUk .1 ti.ght. Mmha,... are re,,a4tlully inx.ted le rail and J feund a deudcdrhaui.- better. and . nef,, wt ,we W, w, three da, , u-j he waa able lo eat or dr,k w,U lndlM.;wenU ,tt ,,urehl.WM M !Juin .h. .Uen.m di, will iu ihi-ororry oAer WHr. mmr a child from a premature crave, and relieve i Ihe nniiety of iuai,y a f.id areut. For all af. fertiiHia of the Throat and lung, I Ix'lieve the j brt medicine eiunt. A fecliqg of the darpeat gratitude, proiupla me in addreiiig you ibeae I linea,--bul lor your important discovery, mv lit tie boy would now have been in another woild. I am your. wih great reapept, J. U. ri)VV iM,Kupl.Trana..IR.R. K.Kk Hill. N. J Julv SI. 1852. Dr. J. C. Arta Since your medicine haa be come known lien-, it baa greater di-niand than any oihcr cougli remetly have ever aolj. (t I ajioken of in lerma of uiiineanuretl rti hy Ihoae who have ued il, and I know of aomeciar 1 : where the beat tlioy cau aay uf il, ia not too ipqim for ihe goo ii ba done. I tnkp j)lpa.ur in jug it, bt'cause 1 know that i am giving my cu- tomera the woith of their money, and 1 feel gra lined iu arcing the U-nrfil itconferx. Plea rend me further aupply, ami believe Bie your, with lentirct, . . JOHN U. WHITLOCIC. P. 8. Abn wt any number of certillcutea can be ecnl you if you wih it. , . , ; .". Windaor, C. W., June 26, 1858. ;9 J.C. Alien. Sir: Thi miy certify th have ud youi CnKr Pkctonai. ftr UWSrU ' ol one year ; and it i my aoicere belief thai ahould have lrn in my grve eie thia lime il I ! bad mil, It haa cured mo of a dangeioua Ij'in ofthe lunga, and I do not oveiatate Victinna when 1 aay it ia a priieleai rcniei 1 oura very reiectfullv, V. A. M1CLI.1.IN, Attorney al Law. Wilkesharre, Pa., September 28, 1 850. Dr. J. C. Atkv My dear Sir, Vour medi cine ia much approved of by thue who have used it here, and it composition ia ucl aa to innure ih .naniuiiii im reputation. nivuriuorf recuin- la a I il.. . .1 . .1. C ircuu 11 mr pulmonary aiiecuoiw, as ua many oi - our principal phyiciuna. I am your friend, CHAS. STKE.VI EK, M. U. Prepared by J. C. AVER, Chemist, Lowell, ; Merchants will be auppliedal lhe usual wh.de Maaaachunetts. le prices, at lhe shorteni notice, ami the Tin Cj"Sold by S. D. Schoolfietd, Hillsborough, delivered, nlheir doors free of cost. Every ar Mr. J. 8. Lucas, Chapel Hill, and by Druegirta -.rwnieJ to lie of ro.vl mieri.l ....I ti,. and Dealers in Medicines generally. October 4. 05 4 m Cheapest; Shortest, & - Most Expeditious Route To Pelcrsbuig and the Xortli, 'pRAVELI.ERS c ming down Ihe Raleigh and tiaatoii Koad are informed, that they will Cud at Gto a passenger train teady lo carry them on to PetWubuig without any delay. By taking this train, they will not only save 50 cents in the price of cch passage, and short-; en the railroad Iravel lStiules.pomnsipd with th -.i.i.. 1.... o... ' . p.. .... . emu.., j . ri ivi, terabure Wfore the, Pcterdmri or Port.-mouth L eara atari from WrMoij, as HioV csrs have to wan mere 101 me v iiminamw cv-a.tw iswe voij the delay of3J 10 4 houja atbai place. r or rurther niforinalion and licketvppy to the Agent of the (Jroenaville and RwnXe Rail load (Jomnanv. at Gaslon. . " ' k wu sHfiiinanT ar iihhioii. x i 1 . , Office Greensville & R. R R. Uo., Gaston, Sejvl, 3, 1853. COMMON SCHOOLS, rFHE Examining. Committee for Orange coun- ty, will rmct at Ihe court house in Hillsbn. rough on the l.mt Siatnrday in October, (the 29ih mm.,; at 11 o'clock. iVrsojui wtsftlng cciim Cales, can apply at that lime. ' . R...A, UKARTT, Secretary. October i. 05r 03-2- Leather! Leather! , FALL TEASE, 18531 - T E retffwrtfutt jtifora) mt chl tiirftd aca " wuooa, aa rB aa 0e putc at Jase. that ka now ia ttorj lb Urt uj brat i i -. l .r . . , LEATHER as FINDING, thai we he ewer bad ike AUcciioa uf oSViing Item. ' The ftti that m ase ere Lug lra jtherroia our Tsaoery ihea. kse enr j jdoae, together with wbal wo get from the bands j I of iuipter ami Northern factories, pUrea it n j - i - - - -- . . . ... , our power lost II good low a any jbi-iufi ! bouse uf lue same kind in any orlue ri'y. j I Merchant.. llJt awl o. Maautartyrara. ' I MercbanK, al aUa Mtautxturara, ' uii liiMt- mtm mtiiavtfl f i uur d.uk AM ... f " pf IKll in , . 1 ' " H ! : that e can mike it of umiual benefit in both Ida " - - I - w- urn, ) BHiKliaaer and ouraeltea, i el-w.u.B.f4iaaB.ofib.,.Jir .r.me iofurinatmii through ,Urr,lu:hi: Ciei . ' ... w 80 dot. Aroeiiraa Clf Slina, i " French ditto, 180 H l.iiuiij. Oindiiijr and Roar SU a, 34 M.tfucco iSkina, UriJle lather tO M Jfip ibtid, il.iwea Jitiu, , Hc tliiia, t$kirtig diUo, Bag l!i.lea, MOO aidea 'h aq l Hemlock &le leather. 100 atta Uand laihei, tmiiracing all gralea, Laal and Buut-lreaa, Mioeirukera' Kit 01 TWa, AUo,a georia) aanirtioeotuf I'uiiuer'x utid Currier Tools. And Uat. lliougli not iea4, alwaya ttu band a auppIT ,' "' B R O G A XS , "f our own manufacture, warranted U eio r . r . . . . u.flri,on, and al rirea la pleaae. at our old land. 0)Miile B. l liarriioir'a addlry 8r.ir, and ti,rr duo U low J'aeblea & While, .No. SI, N. B. The hi:;he4 priora, paid in Ci4i, ,rfn "J "f ' F. A. & U. (. F. P't'Ufg. AugUal 31. 01 3 X , CE T() N()UTJI CAROLINA & VIRGINIA ilKUCHANTS. Stevenson & Weddell lCtt'rburr. Ta.. i vt I .MU ftf aj i , MmeM of Iti lll,h and C on. .uc-'llll1,sljl, tinna iLLkJ7.Z!ZZ lCltlal Good, lojrrtber with a U.aeatk of lloiUVMlc Fubl lca, purcha-ud before .i . . ' " e'. UrUer" P'mP "tleiiJed lo. I'eleraburg, 8.-pU 1J. 1833. W8- 911 .1Ioqt!i--rntl, 153. Importers and Wholesale Dealers, BE0 leave lo inform their frir-nda in VI 1UI MA and NORTH CAROLINA, that they lP-"J "on P ofli r the LARGEST ,,uu ,mmi romiHMoiiig woe oi STAPLE AXD FAXCT tm-? tts fer tf biliiied in the city of Peterahurg. Their , Llulislt, scotch, IrMi, French, and Uelgiuili Good have been elected with great care by one ofthe 'firm IN PERSON, and having operated early for an advance, Ihe atixk of American Uoniea wil be firmd cheaper thqn anv repent pur- cha-e. Buying at all time, excluaively for CASH, they believe they posses adyauUeee which will make it lo the intoreal of purchaaerc Mil o them. I rsrm liberal, aa uual. l'AUL &. MclLWAINK, Imporiera and Wholesale pmler. r,at fcule kvcamore atreet "".r I'Af '- Varna,; ia airic. U onertica, and Irinh Shoe Tbreada. 1 mjco,,.. Peterahurg, Va., Sept. I. - -01 j- " " ' ' i fl P. mi- VjUyyCL X 111. THE'uhwrilier having become proprietor of' .1. . v . 1 s- ....... . . . me 1 111 aim vsopK-r r.KUl)inlimeiil lately' owned by A. C. Munlock, begs leave lo inform '1 e.iluo8olH.IWmrouihandlhe.ur.oUlin country, thai lie will continue lo CMirv . . . J .u... 1.. ;n i: L" on the rariaua- , tn( t,,ipiM.r IJuMnesa in all it j branchi-n, and would he pleased to have call in bw I from all wishing lo purchase any article ip ,lri,u,ineM. orkmanahip good His Hlinp will be found one door above P. D. Rutliu's Ktore. "ClhRLKS THOMPSON. , S-pt. 14, 1853 02 ly HOUSE AND. LOTS (near RtlUhoropgli,) -r FOR S.LE OR RENT, The House and Lot where lhe late Priestly Mangum resided, Itftfjir HllMkrirsllion. nn I ha OvIXral 1. 1 L"r..i;.V. .. .. . . : ----- - -" - runu, is vucreu air ante or rent. The Hou ia nieasaniiv uinaip.1 ih,.h not within the coriaiion, is aufHcienily near 10 enjoy "e advantages of the lowo. The lot haa n u all the necessary out hous, a good well, and a garden. A lot adjoining, containing about three acres, will abo he tLl ih. mh., ---tT ----- w- w ww humps. ?. . . . 1 September 1. n n .r-..i. nint rerftaj6dviHjnnanny-sroruoiiain this way wehav ejinaod cabbaces to MOST charming volume, for sale at ihe Drug Store. Iy5. S3 IKON! IRON!! mrlrMAiil ilia. ft rsfaa Wf A . .1 " 1 . A Juaa ISA 9ft. t a 4 EsuWrant. tji ()' lu May y aur aldk ai. ajr luU." From ihe Baliimot Weekly San. ' ORCIIARU GRASS. - Gentlemen: I hae a dealre tmTF I . . . - ' -9 .-.w.. luur lis . I l . .. VAV .1.. " . ..if -.a. un mecHitare IB4 adaua?e of th ..rrb.r.l t . . . . . o . r- uur"5r,cu,- rai inenu Mbo lot it U to calf irate number of veara with much aucce.. au Firt. aa to culftiias tod aecurin .h. Ueed.italM be cut before it ahatters i r....i i. ... . ,rr" b cb Kiluat i,t it will rr. a.-.i.i-. -10 .u. : :: :.. the hea'f until it,b..'o,.. tlu " -..VH viae iv iu, iiara. it away in aweat if thrashed too suun ami jiruer ed tip, it will heal too hidi and never tegeutet henre the caaae of ranch fail- are. . - ... - Secondly, aa to sow ing the need oij wet spouty land, it ha, in all cae, dune beat for me to sow about in id winter. It will then, a the ground is J . i'o eu-. moveu uvtreeitng and thawing, get in well, and when warm whcath:r cotuea it is aure iu cotije up well. Fall aeed m haa in all case failed for me, .n it drv up'wet land is aKto.,Uhi; , ir i never can pet root pin.nrrli -! il.. - n u!n(ll, P ran tsaya a correspondent ofthe New te two prole MMr'ifr?:m Jr have succeeded by .rti. cine. It ia " ii UUi -"V1 l cro.ng .n obtaining a natural Legislatures!) Tl.ir.1 il ' r i . . ' - rose of a blue color, which is the fourth composed IhirillV. I he ailvanfa"na r rli . ...t . i.. . .... . r i,...i ' -79 , "r oir uuiaineu oy arnnca means, that irue J ot h chard grass are inativ : iu tendrnr tn ..,.1 ,u n 1 . .... . l .t where the orchard grass has been cuL T hir sutr-nine bags of 1 ifr V' 1 whelk"rPPrP1, '!t tivated. In land where clw V5L?1 U T mothy would freew out the first winter. b.een. rctVvtd at h? Vfllce of th M. nr L S,. f V ctitl? lhe theurihitrdgrasswouldstandseemingly itial Associalion. MK.R J with an iron despo. ay number of years., For pasture ft r.f Manchester. , snow in South hLnljy!t world. Mo- has no equal, tating the seastm throKh, A?!,'" ,n.(lu,r W ZX VStA" .degra' .1 .1. .. . a t . it is the earliest eras .. as in the sprins. the latest ureeii in the fa . stand drought uriifr 1 inn ia n w iirnno aaao l -I. a . --- very wet w eather, when clover .... o-v a BJ 1.1 tea- gVlalSSe. alllll IU a7 nlobbers horses neatly to death, it is all the While enfrrely free from that great evil. It will produce much more pas ture on poor land than any other grass, so it will on rich, of course, 1 am 1 great advocate for clover in clover soil, but every farmer would be much bene ....! l... ...:.. . . 1 niivu ui Benin" o iari some rocKr or i.;iifs:ii r..r 1,1 1 ...y..,; rr . 11 as a pasiuie uetti, 10 save his cmiU plover. Those favored with all smooth land would also b. gaine to pursue the same course. s for hay I tfiink it fully eifual to .igajhr SSil chve ; i,.. ... .. . ... 1 .; .1.. r 1. , limy iiiun uaio mc ui virrt-iicr. FoV hav. a mixture of orcftard gr.se ' . . ., . ie i 1 1 and clover is much in use If I should benefit any one ind.viduaUv the above, 1 -ell compensated lor may little trouble, Tours respectfully, 0 C. ". ' Til J C, r v. abbaoks Hkad. No th i n .1... ...1.1. i. .1 ""l,,a" l" "1 vouuagc ncatja , ... jvmi.. louois 10 ret your uoys II ...... kl a,.. " a, . I I tMv turss (laiiuiucu, lounge ftboutthe streets without employment, ni.. . ... .i. .. .i ....i:c . 1 . 1 ueaptM me nonest laborer, &c; but to make cabbas head is quite a different Riul less understood afliiir. The Maine Farmer ha the following recipe, which we recoinmchd. to our agricultural friends as worjliy a trial : j , " Let them , stand the usual time, and if they are not sufficiently formed then, give them a chance to head dur- ing the winter, by adopting the fol- ! lowing plan 1 v Dig a trench on the side af a hill, J say a foot wide and two deep. Let it (lone dawn hill sufficientl v in.trxi.. itr any water that may chance to find its Ha,v i,,. . l aa fur Jl atup nl etfuii! nN Kao.v... rut a layer ol straw on the bottom, r 11 v ., . . Ful the cabbages up by the roots. awao v Olian UU IIIC tflllltflll close the leaves together, and place tuein in the trench,! head down and roots up. Place some straw between them and the siiUa tb ..K i..e,n anU ll,e 8 de3. ot the trench. 1- r 1 1 a . Alien LiiikF at'i:uuii p ill iinaiHia mi car .-a uuu 41--.hiciii over vv iren.cn. so as to torin a a I. a. 1 a Coot,, and, cover the whole qver with earth 1 V. ' "v".M'ti"iiwwi form good heads durin? tlip winfor an. I r. . .1 Iv . I .. .1 .a - . taken them out for use in thtsnri.: r Rr puttitig theui down roota un.' vou pre- .vent any dirt from getting iu anion uie leaves. 11 tne .water tcts 111 and istands ainonir thetnrvthcr will be ia .danger of ryttinj TUw Vm for PoUto Tine. P. A StruM, f rtie Awrrkfi Frnitc la titote, tendi t the CJcir:ia Tc!e frtfb di fuiluu trtr: It mt But 1m? liHa (!! f roar rtiiWrs, lint the swrrt tnitita) tite our tuiiowirj'ipfiitg, ! prwpsgatifija new crop, i nare tried (Ut ecperimmt uurinj cita year. wr eatire iatitrac. tio, sl thrrrfiire frrl it mt datr to (ComnmnWHe &e rr Milt fr the benefit T the public. Id the fall, (any time jbefwre frosf, the riuea mar be eit'ie ianr cnvruient length, anJ vhct4. i ... .1 .i . mrr,n uir auruce ui inceann, tutae :r;,lur Tm" vnv" lr P" . " " . , . . roitrtl tirtw. (either tme or t....t .;n ... .i.t .e.-.. ' , inehea, and coer the who!- with a fifht 10 about l..or inrUa awji auuui luur inr i iin i tin. ' tK- ' in ' .L.l VT" " "e P0'10 ! "7- Be lentlj cut Tk- " "e,55n-ll7 P't "P. l ni exneritiient i norllir tho cum . r Kr P'"'"""".j w Hicn tan De Utl lorleeilmg. Letevn try farmer, however, .H,"e u,e "fwrneiti. Uimacir. n, ... i..i . .. .. ut Tor I govertifd by the reult. The sooner Dotatuei are In tho lar, or protected from the aun'a ran,; after they are reinored from the hills, j the better, the operation of the solar i ray havin a powerful tendencr not only to deteriorate greatly their e'ating qnalitiea. but aUo to render them far lew likely to keep well through the .ubjuent Spring. . f . n ti. I............ . ... , ..v,r..-,.c u,ucHiiriMn oi LWJ"V ' r r? r?e ine.u,.ac,i a.rx an i iiiitin anniit tr n 1 oa .f otm, .v -fw. " w""" 6w p'enuiutiy, anu is IUI naMnn . 1 l r . a " aww perennial, in tho iiifpi.ier P.P..n.. ' I .1 . . ... . J . .......... ... .1.. . i. m . v , 1 .... . . r 7 a nn rpisir it m i.. 1 1 . . ""vucu ur n : . Tu.WtfvRivrin n.'n... . -. ...... .. .. au v , 1 c iv. . uca 1 . . ..ixivhc naai. Hmavbekentinitfor.nh,,nrnrra, .rti.i..f.i.j: V.. IT ". A":.! 7 . '. " '..ruiiew "-'Csh water. The chloride of I mehar. i8Mng inj-riou. it. it, can with safe- X be but this will rarely be found'necessary. . ' To Make aCa.ndlK Bum all N.oht. T ........ 1 c I lemember of seeing some years iinee, m an agricultural work, now out print, an article on Economy in cononir in Caudles,' which may be new and use- ful to many of your readers. When, . .... ..1 . 1 1 . 11 , . . . ...i.:.i. . wiucii maybe new and use- OS in ..mi ..I ' I, I .11 f . . as in case ol sickness, a dull Itsht is t a i v,., wished, or when matches are mislaid. .,.! I.....I ..1. .. .1- ... yy vV r-Kiuvn a,m on uio v.inme ; ft l. t. I . I. a a .1 i . u .rov.c, uie maci, pari 01 me ....i- 1.. .1,:,. ....... . :t 1 1 1.. ". vj a, iiiiiu anu aieaqy light may be kept through the night, oy a sinati piece ot caudle. Rt W'ater a Preventivk of Cho- Wtu. Mr. John Lea, of Cincinnati, in lonit communication to the Uaette, states as a fact that cholera never be- comes epidemic in any district or city where rain or pure suit water is used," and supports his statements by many important facts. He also states that, during five years past, not one well authenticated fatal case of cholera has occurred where rain water was excln sivelr used. -? " -- A new discovery has been made to a- t a -w . . . . aTVW wi rPII(rVP flfat nprtifins I'ua tiiruta an relieve near persons r I u .1 London have invented an instrument which is placed within the ears, with oul projeciitig, and, beiiis ot the same the butter in a sufficient quantity of . " bof,t( the dominion of their "!a e,n u.n at week, a suit was water, in which you nut 25 or 30 drop J,n,er Vm,e.r "uch a Jtem. genius tnctI ,n wn.cli the amount in contro. of chloride of lime to two pounds of ,anSyishet! 8cety sunk into the er8J "gnally was one dollar and butler, After havine mixed it till all "P11' ot ,gura'-ce or M asted its re- MJ '?ht cents and nine mills ! The irtt nan r- ...:.u .1.- sources in wars dictated bv sacerdotal suit of course originated before a ius. . " " -. ......... ........... E. K.. . . I . . . cIr as the skin, is not perceptiWVw; It enables deaf nprsiui to ni.v r ! J " auies eai peimna ta :N"Jf Ve aa ak arte-n .... .i.m. - av r v if ipi wiivcaaaiiiPii. lii iii-nr iajhil i . - nt church, and "at public .ssr uimleasant spnaatiiin nfSllip the ears in entirel' remos-o .71 r r-- . n - ll . . .11 ik. .. ' lotkAtt tHeL. . aT . afford j ilia xauuraiii.c liio . - r. mj cunld b desirod. '" " An elderly lady died altn ly a lew days since. from Jthe stin? the wrut. SWI XV r r Home and Friend. Oa. tbere'e a power u maka each boor Aa aweet aa keave deaifaeil il Nor aeed wa roaia to bring k home, Tbouh few them be thai find it We ek too bigh far ibing cloae by, A ad ioae wbal nature louod -For tifia bath here no rbaraja ae dear ' Aa bowe and fiiemli around ua ! We oft drelroy the prearnl Jiy For Future hope aid praiae thera ; WhOat fljera aa ret bloom at out Cert, If we'd but eloop to raise them! For tbjnga afar alltl aweetcat are Wbe joutb'e Uijht aprtl bath bound ni Bui eooa we're Uught thai ear h kath naught lke booie and frieoda arouad aa f The triemli thai apeed in lime of need. When bope'a taat reed ia abakea. To ehow at etUl, thai, coma what will, We aie not quite fbratken t " Though all were bright, U but the light' F rom Friendohip'a alUr crown'd a, Twoutd prove the bliu of tanh waa tbie Our home and fiieuda around ua ! Eitract from the Address of Hon. A. W. Tenable, DeUverti oa Me RA of June. 1853. btfort the two Soeitiie at Wuke tort it Colttge. There is, however,' another fruitful source of diaapDointtnenta in our ral dilations founded upon the number of tducated young gentlemen, who annu- ae their entrance into gociety. ,Thia U to be found in the multitude. Jwho, dtarejrardins the treat law of de. i ... i.. . ? .. . wu.uuaypmy,ueroieineiuaeiveMto aatOUS 111 uw and Jiedt- m m. m c. 1 , , . often remarked that the our country arc chteflr . n 11". .... of lawyers and doctors. This owever because these are vm? P.""" toemi- umi:,il i iiiiii uiiiiii inpir iini'aa. .n.i , . "1. . "t" , " "I ::1-r... T -r."""" " F""."?"' .1 L 1 . t:"i,u,' nrilora Heajl al t 1 in rii iiii 1 nn n AiptnnM,i k 1 . - orI..-. Ii., I 1 : 1 .1. t urni uiiiiwiiuu.cu me learning 01 the world. Monks, priests and cardi- iiais became the statesmen, judges, and law-zivers, anu the whole civilized I . ..i,:,: 1. . . . . .. ambition,. It was only when Luther 1 1 beaated mind.bypreacliinffthol slonjrnei- a . . . ,.....,. ... 7 -?I "uv",,,c.w,i JUMI lcai,on u.Vai" 'pendent f Priestly abso ut,on; and ns",S lVS,,?r f,an t' ..hh iViHwi "mvu umucj mail in votnmunion rfZ w.TtS?hC,r' 01 tue lllllle It Was then that a pulse waa iver tQ intect flasses of men aspired to f1!l( ;,... xvlu .i!:.!. u, ikl .l .L ;...i. .1 . x . j m.v.i mi. ntiiKii iiiiuu" mc 1 CV CliillUHS new im and all attained ;nii..n... ...:.i...... ...i - l 1 mm iuiiuciivc niuium wiucii suciai or .;.:,;. ir..mna . i .1 lam Tha ilnmininn ..I" . .1! . C ."- xwmuiuii "I . A VllllUC Ol .,i.,.t .J .:..: p.. sviiuiai s m luiiiuinaiioii ui Droiession . i .u . . V""9!" " ' "gSeu III Uio same pur- su ts waa broken an.l .lHtn...l MV.au "IVU, .lt va chrwtendom felt the revivin n.lnfl.,r.nro nee of the change. Keiiton had become jji i cmaii, anu uigoiry ana pnysical sciences a sort of slight-of-hand mum- . ii.. .1. . .. . ... . C. 1 l.!..T . . a cry, wniist me syllogistic trinings o metaphysicians, confused instead of instructed mankind.. Christendom- a- woke from its lethargic sleep, and Ha- con, the creat reformer in Philosophy. restored science and logic to its le-ri- ii inn i e pusuion. , Although the same depl.fjj qoencea are qtu nuw Hkei() so great an extent, iroin th Md ation of so much of the evJ i uic vuuuiry iq a, lew ptHJiU' the progress ot tho age in tli rcction is greatly retarded. aupj'fj " piuic&siuiuu men ITV I r : i ... ir in.-uariiivi-1 l-4jiCr?vT'' deiar; iiflce Km Mnnr.n af V HI fe "Na. af X." iuuscr v V 7 ' 1 knew that I sat ia Congrraa wllh leir North Cart:inian,repreeatinr, in tW Senate and Uouae of RepreaeBtatirca, other Statea, right of them frim ray ob district, and a North Cnolinia'ai thm Chief Maziatrate of the Renublir. an.1 all af these lawyers, 1 Ml that, in these caes at leait. it wa true. Leiaa one consider for a moment the nnmhe'r f roans lawyers and nhrairians atrar. glia for a mere sspporL deBondiar. and perhaps decnainar. and then re. ' Jfiect apoa the fact tliat ior instructors i yosth are ita ported from abroad. sctentiac men, Tor derelapug the geo logical and mineral resources of our State, Engineers to locate oar Rail Roads aad construct our canals, all ci tizen of atther Slates; but bringing their tkill where there is a demand fur its employment, aad reaping the re ward due to their wisdom and forecast 10 selecting profession which arr nni overwhelmed by a competition among themaelvea. rejoice that auch men are to be found. I welcome them to our good old State. Their suctess and distinction may teach by example, tthea addresses aad lectures mar fail to in struct. We have cause of satisfaction in the conviction that know ledge, merit, science and energy belong to no clime or country. 'Hie world ia their home, and the whole race of mankind the subjects of their benefactions. Look to the undeveloped resources of our own State, the destructive sys tem of agriculture daily diminUhing our real wealth, and aak the reason. You will find the response in the ab sence of a rorp of Kngijieers, compo sed of our own educated son, and the persona of 1 should ion,r Jjjg 3 J. ...t. want 01 agricultural chemists in the our educated tanners, who since have awakened the public mind to these obstructions in "ur marcii to wealth attU I a a power. Uur awter Stataa. Xnrtl..,l S..tl. r..m;.h h. .....l ... . r.. ..e " 1 ... p w - ' waai l f f tgi ini '"'v iui musi ui our urouucia. Thr h.v. .,1.-1 ..?. .. . s ii 1. ..r :r . . . fu"u, aim umw inucii ui tneir weaiin fk-ona our fountain. Notuiih-i.nT. our r,at hrtttlvcli0 in the Btatili.;( hluil, 0f cllorU Nlll.,h 5. Of this alone, we would not complain if t,,e "use obvious, and the remedy o simple and easy of ap- plication One tenth part of the 2. terpnse nianire8ted 0hcr g WwuKI of their wealth r own ueep water, on our sea- Shore, and placet us ha f a ernture in us half a centt auvance ol our , . s ' present position. Pavixo for the Whistle. Wo ,earn lhat at the Superior Court ut tice of the peace, where the plaintiff1 obtained a judgment: the defendant ttrinuoi,w .... . ; iT. woeretno if n?th,er . Pea1, '" 'er rial, and the judgment :lJ" tisfied, and has taken an appeal to the Supreme ()ourt. The cause of action was a disagree- w u"mn is anu no 1 sa- tuuse nciton was a ui&aere mentastothe liability of the defe-ml. mi f..r ..r - 1 1 . . " mi Bviiooimasier. who. arrm.lin,, i...,...r. ...1. ' llMpri hf?iriluil amuiml .k. ..!.l. " "'"" IHIIJ5 IIIC HCISril- u...- i... ...i: .u.. s " iiimnis umi iiiciiii venictii. a . .,,,c".1' inaturai waa mane, to which the defendant t en m that l, agreed. " ' i .u: .... . p . . . una case ine costs proDaoiy a- ' mount to some 75 or tlOO, beside. ........ I I ...I.' I .. .L.I . . "" ci ices, which are uouoness ton siderable, as three lawrers appeared, --x. 1 .1 ...... ... f1'" ry are noiapt to wora lornotnmg 'n 8Uch hotly contested cases. j ' ' . I Fa9dtevifk Olttrttr, ' " ater Drinkino. Profes'iJfr Sil mn fyi recent Smithsimian 1 ashinjton, by iriVini th' me aavice toroiin re, Vou vi is V r Saf 1 , . . . A . . : v.. A , . -.r- . r- , . V - - . aa X. . ' ' . ' ' . 5 ' J a' ', . - v.- V'A i