TRIBUTE TO HARRIET BEECHER STOWE. A gentleman was recently in this city, enquiring for a female teacher, to go South, but desired she would not bring 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' in her pocket. By the following advertisement, from the Charleston Mercury, of March 15th, 1855, said applicant can find a Northern Doughface adapted to the call.
WANTED, by a Northern young lady, (no relation of Mrs. Stowe,) a Situation as Governess in a private family, or Teacher in an academy. She will teach English Branches, French, Music, Drawing, &c. The best of reference given, if required. As to location, &c., address M. Mullin, Orangeburg, S. C., and state terms.