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gst us, burning our houses, destroying our towns and villages, distributing poison, and inciting our negroes to insurrection, arson and murder — A few weeks ago one of these emissaries at tempted to proclaim his doctrine in San Antonio, when a fight ensued, and a Southern man was killed, and this fanatic permitted to escape. In Gonzales, the Lexington of Texas, a regiment of a thousand men, armed and equipped for battle, have been organized headed by the brave and gallant Texan, Jabez C Wilson, a man tried in the dark days of the Texas revolution; a man who spurned the protection of the British flag, and who preferred as a Texan to draw for the black bean, rather than claim protection under any than the Lone Star flag In our own little town, we have organized a company of about eighty men. You, of the border States, are hardly prepared to realize the condition of things here. This spirit of resistance, the bustle and activity of the people, which has swept over our county like so
sent to him. Ample arrangements have been made to have them well cared for till hired out. He has practiced medicine for more than twenty years, and will, to avoid medical bills as far as possible, prescribe in all simple cases without charge. Much has been saved the present year by that course. Persons intending to patronize him will please notify him of such intention immediately. References: Richmond. Judge J. M. Gregory, Goddin & Apperson, Stephen Hunter, Samuel & Wilson. W. W. Wooldridge, R. T. Farish. Henrico. Col. S McRae, Dr. J. N. Garnette. James City. James H. Allen Norfolk. Dr. J. J. Simpkins. Louisa. John Hunter Accomac. Dr. P. F. Brown. Wm. H. B. Custis. Geo. W. Medge, King William. Ambrose White, Dr. L. Edwards. Albemarle. Elder Jas. W. Goff, Elder R. L. Coleman, Caroline. George Fitzhugh, Dr. C. Urquhart, Hon. D. C. Dejarnette, Henry George, Philip Samuel, King and Queen. William Boulware,
sit down comfortably by me on the sofa, and let us have our tea together. I am glad to find you are as good and sensible as I took you for." And this was Alice Wilson's second wooing. Mr. Openshaw's will was too strong, and his circumstances too good, for him not to carry all before him. He settled Mrs. Wilson in a comfMrs. Wilson in a comfortable house of her own, and made her quite independent of lodgers. The little that Alice said with regard to future plans was in Norah's behalf. "No," said Mr. Openshaw. "Norah shall take care of the old lady as long as she lives, and after that she shall either come and live with us, or, if she likes it better, she shall ht on clear and straight, under the guidance of her husband's strong sense, warm heart, and powerful will. Year by year their worldly prosperity in creased. At Mrs. Wilson's death Norah came back to them as nurse to the newly-born little Edwin, into which post she was not installed without a pretty strong oration on the part of th