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CHAK.LiOTTEI, 3Xr. C, SEPTHSMB 2, 1S62.
Id R 8. T. J. HOLTON,
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Kjlinesorleee.thieeiied type) for tha firstineer-
,od K5 cents foreach continuance, louriaa.
rtieinom ana onerin a Daice cnargeu yi
nthifher ; and deduction or33 per cent. will
mide from th tig olrprieca,rradertiaaraoy
iiji ear. Adverllaeroeuis insenea roonwnj wr
4ifierly , at per aquere for each lime. Saini-
tonihly li eenle per aquaraior eats lime.
rfrtnnewhea sendior in tbeir advertiaamenta
s,il niark tba number of iaecrtione denirod or
will be inaerted until lorbid and cnargea a c
tTPJtnaaterarea nthoriard ta act aa agen
The Sunlight coon will pierce tha Cloud j
Tit -ouliflil 'n will fierce tba eloude
Tint roantl nr dark horixon If wer,
a Ihe vrnnf heart's deaartcd wuU .,
Refresh witta soul-reviving ahow'ra (
llopc'e f.dinf Jnw're thit meakly bow "
llruealb dtapair'a rtlrn'lt tread,
5aall oetn 'aeatb that cheering raw,
Aud I hroogh tba baait their irafrenceenvd.
Tba darieat eland will eoan disarm ,
The (ball'Mif .tempeala abort!; flee,
Aad lacid sunlight Liai tba wave.
That rudely ria on lie'e dark aa
Tata shrink net, tlineffo thy ek d'fsr,
Aad baoaa onca fond by f:ief b nv'n,
A bribur boar f"t Hire ia near
Illumined by ihe lil.l of lli-at'al
Our old Hoof Tr.
IVr liaHowrd ahda t thy name rcct'.le
jtcal (limpMeaf the amanaleee ebarma
OTfuldcn boHra, when I rcpoaod
fWaralh thy kindly ehsltarini arms.
A viaien of a ar, afl band
Lain an my bead in aaeta raraaat
And lainj ey, wioe d'plUa revralei
Hitii wclia af buly lendera-as.
AH ma ! tHne Istiaf ayrs are dim
Uoneath iha ViHy'a driftms; le.reai
Aad (lmm and darkaaae fold tbeir wm8
Around tbe meaay, bieoding etea.
Ytl this still hour ha ligbt ot J'trt
Claims lhfuh the abadowy W na of even.
And rld any dear old Edan baaaa
Tpa of any ("iter bama in tleaven. '
FBOM A LAWYER'S OTE-BOOK.
ut sTtvAsca cohb, ja.
I satin my office, one oaol, damp after-:
' .j . j. ,ki,... f ran.
booc in prii, eoiagcd in nothing er con-
. .e.S . ii-
ssquesee. I think 1 nl neen looking over ;
a volume of old reports, and bad closed the of "our bank; and I lurtbermore anew
took, and was riflecting upon scac of the (bat Mark Warton was a very storn, reli
legal pointc raised io the work before me, gie, and strict man. His bouse joined
I remember that I waa just pulling cut my be bank, both buildiugs in one block,
cigar ease, wbea the doer waa opened, aad j Ttr Charles Degrand bad told me all
a joang man presented bimaelf. 1 recog-! a jJt j tiJ ttjj t tnilt ti,6f I informed bim
a ud bim at osee. His name was Charles h(t i wouid hc)p 0IM u 1 eould. He' ak
Dcgrsnd, and be waa the pajing taller of t(J rofl if j t b o u b t I could clear him. 1 told
ear bank. And be it remembered, that-fcjw ,0 keep tlMf tnj ,rost ,0 IB, Mo went
"ear bank" waseoc of the best in tbo coun-j wy wi,1 ome o0pt( but very far fro m
try. At all evtata.se it waa considered fcc- u4ppy. Hf an bour afterwards,
by "our people." A mat, who examined a , p,jr. ariI Wr.rtoo oame in, lie was a tall,
bill of 7'A Vallty Dank' ere be took it; gWtttt etero-featurcd man, viry precise io
as set dewo at once as excessively greea ; kjj fcis ,ntTenicnt, and seeming ta trust no
aad sbaa'id ba cbaucc to refer ta the "Bank i on IJe )00keal upon $ bia tellaws as so
Note List" to test iu gennioeue, he "eeiIU1T embryo thieves, who needed only the
sare to be asked where be came from. fln)j,f4lioo to lead tbeiu astray. He wish
Not to knew the aiotlmg worth of the ooteaj na (0 n)tka out the neonssary documents
of"! he allev JSank, ot , , wna ,
prove one a aeifnoknowo.
However, young Degrand came in, and
took a aeat. . He looked pale and wan, and
there waa a ceriooa twitebiag about tbe j
Ijcc which betrayed great uticasiuess. j
"Wbat is it!" I asked, se'iB that bs was
at a lose bow to commence. - i
" I'm ia a bad fix, sir," ba replied, spas
modically. "Well go on."
"First, air," be 'laid, with an energy
which at once convinced me of his sinceri
ty, "let mc assure yea that I am wholly,
entirely innocent of any charge laid agaiust
ae. I am, air, as true as there is a God
above tin, who beara wbat I say, aud who
reads my inmost thought !"
"I believe yoa," I told bim. as I saw
that be wished ta knew wbat impression be
Ue seemed very grateful, and thsn pro
ceeded "Upon an cxssaiaatioa into the affairs
f the bank, yesterday, sir, there were
found t bs missing come twenty thousand
dollari, end "probably mere I My book
wars all Knight, and niy fouobers all at
bard ; but I am inspected of having takeu
tba money.' Aye mora than that I am
accused of it !" '
" But what proof eao tba j bring against
yoa T" 1 asked.
11 Ah I there a. tba tronble, air," tar visi
tor answered, with a dabioaa ahake of the
bead." "I have Dearly fifteen thousand
dollar ia iny possession, and the Direetora
bare just discovered it.
" Can't you.aeeount for the possession of
thia money I
.'If they would only bl!ave ma. tor
the lat fiva jeara 1 Lave been very fortu-
bate ia speculation. I claarn t fiva thou-
aud dollar in the aale of those lota on
" But Graaby sold thore," said I.
" Yes, air but be sold them for me
He only acted as my agent, 1 did not
wish io be known in the matter, aa I had
raaioat for keeping the amount of my pot
aoaaioua to rujsulf. '
I gaied ioto the young man's fade, and
La probably thought I w iuereduloaa, for
be quickly aaded
"Hinoe I seek year aid, air, I will tell
yea all. You wonder why I abould with
ta keep my wealth, or a knowledge of it, to
Lmyaelf. Yon may aniile, aud yoa may
j think ma foolish; bat I'll tell you why it
was: I bav been looking upon a certaiu
tnaideu, in the hope that ale might some
day baeoma my wife. I have aeon mueb
of tnisary io married life, having bad tba
misfortune to board with two tounj oouplea
jwbo Lad b0 sadly rniuitfld, I dteraa
Jiued to be eart-ful. ! kcew that a young
man like mj ''
11a a hauiUoiue, and I raadily pardon
ed the lielit vanity of the alluiion.
' a a young man potsessiog fifteen
tkouiand dwl:ar might Le aeeeptad fur a
batband by one who would have beitatd
had she ihoaffbt him paunilasa. Tuat was
j my aole reason, sir,"
"And a very good reaain it was sir. 1
aid ; "though I fael cat lent that it Mary
Allen bteouiKS your wile, you iu ho uo
oi'aasieo far regret.
" You know her, then?'' said Degrand, i
" Yes. AuJ I kaow her far a noble, vir- j
taova maiden." j
Cbarloa waa cralefal i but in n woman W
wore, a cloud aama uter Li Uca, and ailh.strsoge emotions (epitn; ovr me. i nas
'adecpsipb be said, J about to startle the town. Aye starve;
j " Alas when she hears cf this she will j tbe who! bcMaass comanuuity. I had held i
tarn from me!-' curious suipicia for a long while. Three!
t "I wouldn't aonJsmn her without a menth lutore No it mast have been
; bearing,'' 1 returned. " Bat let ttiat pa.s. more than that, for the now wj deep aud
! Ca$ ytu not prove by the men who have . criip then I had occasion to pas the baiik
traded for yoa bow your money Ins very Utaooa night--or, I should say, very
'cornel' early ia tho morning ; for it was near one
" Grauby has done it all, sir. l ive years
ago, when 1 had laid up a thousand dollars,
I g)t him te take it, and let it for me ; aud j
frew that lime to tbe present, he bss dono
ail my buiiota. I Rot bim to buy up five
thousand dollars' worth ef the notes el' the !
A I tn,,n kr.l- !la pot them fur about
j fifty cent oo tbe collar, aud 1 got tbe lace
i of them. But Grenbv ba gone ta Austra
lis, and where he it now it ii impossibio ta
j' I ramembered, now, that Grauby bad
jgone, though 1' had forgotten it.
j Degrand ciplainecl to me, as Dearly as
! be eoald, bow the uionry ruut bsve been
! taken thai t, at wbat times, and in how
! large sums. He said no great amount had
! been takeu at any one time, but, io all pro-
bability, it had been taken at intervals dur
ing the last year. It was only airano that
the less bad nat beatt detected before.
I I asked who bad the charge of overlook-
He tuld me
;.v,t. i. w., ui Ann, it II was tbaljuit approachiuij tho house for the fourth
JWleul of the bank, and lived "right close j
. . . . iu . :
I knew tbat warx anon was prc.Mueuv
, ...... cf CharUa De'rraud. lnleal-
cd a presc of busiucss, and urged bim to j
scek elsewhere. He bowed stiffly, aud went
As soon aa Wartou was goue, I sent my '
bey for Mr. Lane, and ere loug, that gen
tleman made bia appearauco. ,
Honry Lane waa a deputy sheriff, and
one of the moot shrewd aud etHeieut otliaer
I ever knew.
' I just met Mr. Warton," he said, after
he had takeu a seat, "aud be told me he
should have a job for m before ni-bt "
' He mean tto have Charles Degraud
arrested," said I
" Chirks Degrand 1" repeated Lane, iu
astonishment. "Yau dou't meau tba teller
in the batik 1"
, ye, 0Hr Charley." And thereupou I
explainid ta him all that I bad learned
.Lane was indignaut. He knew that Char
ley Degrand aever teok a penny that was
act honestly his; and be aaid be wished be
ceald say the came of Mark Warlen,
" 0ocn'l Warton go to the eity to-mor
row !" I asked.
I think he does," retimed Laao. "Ue
is making preparation for a grand teur
with bia family."
I was aware of this, for I had beard War-
ton say, only a few days before, that he was
coioB Went UDon a summer 'a iaunt We
eonversad a while longer, and then I bad
Laiis go first and put Degrand apoa bia
gaard, and then go and get a teareb war
rant. Undar the oireumetanoes, I did not
wish to grant the warraat myself, bat I told
the offisQr I was willing to swear aa a wit
ness, if he couldn't find another whom be
wished to trust. He said be would d the
best he eould, and so left me.
I did not wait Degrand arrested. I
knew be was not frailty j and I knew, too,
that an arms would be apt to leave a ating
wbieb would gall hioi for a long lima. Cut
I would not bavo taken this ooarse, had I
not hoped to be able, within six and thirty
botfrs, to prove wh?re tho real leak in the
Bank vault was.
Jail at dark, aa I sat aloia In my office,
my boy having gone home to bia supper, my
door was opened, and a young lady made her
appearance. 1 reeegnised Mary Allen.
She sank into a aeat, and then removed her
vail. She( attempted te Ipeak, but bar
courage failed bar, and ahw began te weap.
"I know the object of vour visit," aaid
I. " You have eome to ask ue if C arias i
Degraad is guilty."
" Wbat, sir I" she cried, starting up in
an instant. " To ask you if ba ia guilty! ,
No, no, no I Oh I God kaowe he is inno- j
cant! I came to ask you to sate birn.-
lie told me you ware bia friend. Oh 1 you
know Le is ianoaent I They cannet harm
him I" I
" Yea toeed not fear, Miss Allen," I said j
" I have bis interests at heart, and shall do
all I ean."
" Acd joa ean save fcitu from this falsa
" I hope to sate bitn from any evil re
auhs. But I can tell joa uoro to-morrow,
at thia hour.
When she arosa to take her leave, she;
mada ine promiae that I wauld not tall
Charles of, .her visit to my otHce. I prom
i'el, and she went away with far mor of
hope tiiati she bad when she entered. 'io
n a beautiful girl, and as good as she was
Aa io!ala of irUm , '
o aloe!:. 1 cam up tae strost, passing iud ,
bank Grt, and then pacing Wartou's bouse
As I rescind be ooroer of the fnce which ,
separated the yard of tbe dwel.inj, freoi
tba other, I saw the flicker 'of a ligat upou
the eelUr window of the former. It was
from a licnt witbia tbe cellar. I rcasnea
point from which I could gaze iu, and I
was jast in time te aeo a luau disappear
through tbe wail of tbe cellar through tbe
wall next the bank I could see that he
bad to stoop 'very low iu order ta pats
I don't know wby I should have bad such
a curiosity just then, but 1 did have it, aud 1
it ralud my movements. Might not some ;
burglar have fouud his way into tbe bank ?!
iuto eur bank, where I bad fiverll thou- j
aud dollars on deposit! 1 resolved ta wait 1
and satisfy myself. - j
I walked across the ftrfst, and then cp .
a little war ; and then back aain ; and uo '
I killed time far over half au hour. I was:
time wh.n I saw tbo light upon the cellar
windows. I bastcotd ap, and saw a man
. . i .i
rnma thrnunh mrt nl cnuare Lola in tba
- --e. ' .L u fi
wall, lis put his lautcru through hrst,
and then followed it. A chance gleam up
ou his face revealed ta me tbe features of
Mr. Mark Warton, Of course, be had a
riglt there, and, telling myself that I bad
made a fool of thia individual, I started for
home at a brisk trot ; aad from that time I
bad thought little of tke circumttance, uu
til tho present occurrence.
Ou tbe fallowing morning I jaw Mr. War
ton depart far the city. He had seen Lane,
and rvqucsted, or, rather ordered, bim to
arrant Degrand that day.
At nine o'clock, tha Deputy Sheriff was
in my office. We conversed a few minutes,
and then went out, and called upau the ser
vants of Mr. Warton. lite wife had gono
with him. We told them that we bad bufi-
neis there, auJ, as they knew us, they were
very anxious ta accommodate. Lane Call
d for a lauteru, aud we then asked to be
shown the cellar, at the same tunc reques
ting the hostler ta accompany as.
We desocuded to an excellent cellar, the
bottom of which was cemented, und the
walls laid up with neatly xpiit stone, aad
thoroughly pointed with mortar.
" Is there a door anywhere about here !"
I asked, poiuting to the wall next ta tho
" Why no, sir," returned the groem,
gaxiug iuto my face as though ho would as
tmre himself that I was sane.
And I usut say that I bsgae to doubt
the evidence of my sight on that cold Win
ter's night. I could not see anything tlat
looked like a place of passage. Tbe wall
wa, ta all appearauce, firm and solid,
" Who built this wall !" I asked.
" Master did most of it himself," said lb a
servant, " He ased to be a mason, and be
said be eeuld cave a good sum by dcing
f ' . 1. J I.... Il Jnn. In llllt kt'm
nis own noil, nuu uie v ,
. if '
I felt aas'tnd again. I took a stout ebia-
el froaa Lane, and comraeneed to tkamp on
the atones of the wall. The Irst three
sounded solid and sharp ; but the fourth
one bad a different sound. It waa dull
..a i,n t ., ,!;.,! i, in iha
mortar eut; but iastead ef breaking off,
abort and erisp, as nsartar generally doea,
it not only clung together, but the whole
loni line, from-one end of the rook to the
other came easy out. I examined it, and
found it to ba a neatly fashioned strip of
wood, whb the outer edge thoroughly eoe-
ted with lime mortar. Here was aclue. -
Lane thumped away, and aoon found anoth-
er strip like mine, about two feet above it.
We next tried tbe perpendicular strips, op-
n the ecds of the rook, and they were like
those already taken out. This left a large
stone, two feet high by about three Jong,
free from mortar. We workod upon it a
while, but eould not move it. I went up
into the streut, nd stood as near to where
I had stood when I saw Warton pass he sat down. . other persou.s. Ibo horse which La s-
through as I oould remember. I looked "You have the young culprit here, I see," from Mr. Jossap waa reeovered ly a pr
through tbe wfudow. and tbe atone against i he said. ty who puruo t him, but the rogue eseai ed.
which Lane held the lantern was sarely just But no one answerjd him. 'We uro also informed t hat tbi said Turuor
where I had seen the open way. " I not Charles Doraad und er arrest !" endeavors to excite- sympa? by by reporting
I wesit back and told my companion that be asked, quite pompously, turning to Laue. hiaj.-.elf to bj a refugee froi North- western
must be the plaee. We tried again, aad "And why not? Did I not place tho Virginia," and a most devoted Southern
presently the atone moved. L pushed in, warrant in your hands ?'' man, and oiTulatiH? nufouuded and lying
and aecnjud to awing on regular hiogea. It " Very true, air," returned Lane, with a reports ou variou-i ciuz;u3 of the eoubtry,
was quite thin, and when we had got it o- corioua leer ; but since then we have found pretending to implicate them as nutrue to
pen, we found it bung upon stout iron pin- another o'.ue." our cause. Tho publio aro cautioned a-
tie. They were drilled io and wedged " Another clue a what do you mean zairj?t him as a mo unmitigated oonn
with lead. The serving wan opened his! sir!" - drel, and are warned no, to put any reli
eves j and as soon as ha oould eommand I looked towards Richards, and he nod- ' auc ,u his atatftiwout ; aud ood oitiaDs are
bis upeech.he said he begau to eee where ded. Then I looked back apon Lane, and requited t arrcit and cM.uaa hfui, so that
all tbetu tilasfuv noises sscd to oome from." nodded in turn. The deputy toak the iukt ne mar ,.. p.n,ib';daj le .hsvms.
W Daascd through and fouud ourselves1
in ciote, narrow plaee, not over three j " Well, Mr. Warton, if you wish to un
fcet bq'iar,tbealls of which were of bro- j dertand tbe mattor I can explain."
ken styne laid in cement. A small ladder The President turned pale as d.sath bo
formt d by two pieees of joint with strips of Death Laue's glance but quickly recaverud
board nailed aeross far tbe steps, stood a-j himself.
gainst one side. I "When yoa hahdud me tbe order for
" This must b the foundation of the . Degrand'e arrest, I already held a search
Bank Vault," said Laos, warrant authorising me ta search tbe
I saw it as soon as he spoko. ! premises adjoining the bank building.-
But oae of u could o up at a time, and Yesterday, ia eompany with my legal friend,
t . . . .5 ' .i.. .1-- c- r ,., I.a ! ant! tiic msii'.t
i uaue my coiupsniou io uiskb iuo uie
iriai ; so 09 too: ino lanieru sou nui uy.
If. f.,.,nl t.. ri, Kim t b t,rod
flage of 2oe, bard, blue granite laid upon sage to jouder vault. We made our own
transverse sleepers cf wrought iron. j way to this plaee from said cellar, through
- .l--,tjK.. . i.r, uj thara in the oorrhe wail 1"
uer i ne r.axeu. .
I looked, and saw a stout "pruoe stiek. ! tuero was no occasiorj, lor ni lor wnoe
" Just pass it up here," lie sai i. i benefit it was spoken seemed past under-
I reached cp one end of it, and when standing. For some Momenta Warton bad
he bad placed it against the inner edge of kept bia countenance, but gradually bis
ono of tbe (lass, ha bade me lift. 1 laid strength failed bim, and he sank upou tho
bold upon it and lifted with ail uiy might, ; floor. I do not think he was insensible. I
and as I lifted, tbe flag gave way. Up, up, think be fully realii2d that aU was dUcev
up it Went, until at lensth it stood on edge, ersd, and ba feigned inseusibility iu order
Itbalaooed itself tbera"a moment, and then to esoape questioning befere so many,
fell over upou sotue bags ; and at the same ; However, be was taken to his own house,
moment 1 beard a quick cry from over- and ere long he sent for the cashier. Rich
head. ( erds went iu, and to him he made a fell cu-
Lace want' up, and I quiokly followed feisiou, and offered to give up all he owned
bim, and in a moment more we both stood if tbey would lot him off, and mako bo fur
within tbe vault of tbe bank 1 '1 he door ther movement in tbe matter. The oashier
was opto, and the cashier and his subordi- wa authoriaed to grant this request, and
natow gaind upon us with astonishment. , he did so at onoe.
Fottuuatcly the bank was not open forbusi Wartoa acknowledged that ho had taken
ness. so do one saw us save tba employees 1 o?er terty thousand dollars. Ho said ho
of tbe iuetitution.
"Good iiiorninc. gentlemen," said I, bow-
e. c. y ' .i
ing very csay ai 1 steppea irom tne vault
to the space behind thlon2 counter. j
" In mrrer'i name " castcd the cashier,
what dces'thia nnau!!' j
"It means, sir, that wo have aclue ta
the wan who has been robbing the bank," j
tio opened bis eyes wonderfully. Ha
gased first upon me, and then upau thoup-jed
turned C 1
" Where does that lead from!" ho final
" From the private cellar of AHrk War
ton, Inquire, president cf the Valley
Hank," I returned
Tho'ca-bitr bezan to seo through it, and
ere len ' wo all sat down and talked thej who were fortunate enough to claim 'mauey
mattoi cVinly over. The clerks and tel- from the bank ; and before the Summer w as
Urs wera called, and they promised to ' goae he came to me for a marriage certifi
keep ileut for ibo present. I erplaiued , catc, as 1 had th&c'orlane to have been elco
to them all about how Dcgraud came by j ted Town Clerk. 1 put his name to tho iu
k;. ..,,1 nlsn tald iheni whv he had ' ttrument. aud wheu 1 aakd far the other
keDt it to himse f. Tney all lovod the gen-
t rous, Laudoiu8 youth, and I could see
that they wera very happy wheu tba mat
was tnus explained.
Th ' cashier had never liked Warton, far
tbe h.tter was not ouly overbearing, but be
bad ere n dared to exercise, at times, a sort
of Furvtillaiioo over bis cashier, as though
he f arid there uiiht ba a lack of bouesty
on the turt ot tuo latter. This bad out
M. Kiohards the oashier ta the quick,;
aud be could not target it
Kiehards went down with us, through ,
the vault, into Mr. Wartoo'a cellar, aud ba-t
fora bim we drew back tba stone, aud fix-
. ., . r .. .:. ;.. .1...;. .1,.., .
ed tne ia:a binps.iu iucu jn.uo., v
1, Well I should never mistrust tuat,
be said, as ha stood and gaied upon the
rock, which now looked like its mates.
Wo talked with tu graoai, aua ne prom-
l us mat 110 wou.u v.j M l!j.lu.rouliaad . tBa ,-oroe, 0f Gen. Saul
Nona of the other servants bad veutureU . . U10uliuiu a
dan, though it was neee.aary that lbey .G 0Vcr , w,.ek .inc0) have gained t
ah-uld becautioued. bo we went up and . J' (Jm m (.g af; AtUuoou
called them together, aud intimated ta , . , ..,,..,;,,
them that we should havo to arrest tbem U
tbey whispered a ward of our having beon
IlllS was cuoigU. iar uc very
thought of arrest by a sbeuiff was terrifying.
On the following morning, Mr. Richards
called upon me, and informed mc that a
ui.-ctinff of the direotara had been called,
aad that the had concluded if Mr. War- j
ton would make a full aud fair restitution,
I (l IaI '
.t l i
ment woa Tbey thought hispunub -
ceeding gl P wi'hoQ f"tber P"
them, and, at k1!'"?-, 1 fullJ agr"d Wltn
pauied them to tW srequcsl accom
Degrand, and the yeif; "M n .,ouni1
When we reached tba'-er want with, us.
most of the directors there.1, wo found
Degrand kindly by the kand.-T 411 ellook
direeted to resume his-station n, ne was
desk. The outer door' was locked; own
lacked nearly two hours yet of the tiim .
At the end of half an hour after our ar-
rival, the green door was opened, and Mark
Warton, Esq., entered, lie started as he
saw tbe unusual number aasemblod ; but
wljen bis eye finally rested upon tbe tra-
duced teller, who had left bis desk and waa
talking with the book-keeper, he seemed to
comprehend it, fer he stiffly advanced, and
" Good morning, gentlemen."
Several of the direatora nodded ; and
"hen the president oame within the railing,
end, at oute proeeedel :
--, u, w,m u -'-
iViuina this buiidir:,?. we foaui a secret pos-
fixed his cellar wall on purpose for robbin
the bank, aud that be had intended hen
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u" uau u j wauieu, j itm "
pintles from the rock, aud cement it iu its
Out ef regard for the President's wife
and three grownup daughters, his crime
was kept as secret as possible, until alter
he bad gone. Ho paid baok'all that be had
, taken, with good interest, and then basteu -
away iuto the Western country, where
nis crime was noi khowu, wuero ins " u
exterior probably passed off the whole mun
for a high-minded, honorable geutieiu n.
ibe foundation of the litua au.t was
filled up, and the adjoiuiog cellar-wall 111 ad j
solid. Charles Dearaud ouocmore filled his
;o!d statiuu ta the aooeptauca of aii tba
" Mary Allen.
Railroad Cj"vt,M'toN. li. K. Cuyier.
Esq., President of tbe Central Kaiiroal
anl iiauki'' Company, has issued a circu
lar inviting a meeting of all the 11 rc d
Fresideuts and Superintendents in the Con
federate States, at Columbia. t. C , 011
Thursday, September 4tb, for the purpose
of oousiderio tho present cou htiou of ! be
roads aud roliiuij stock, and the means ne
cessary 10 ac auapicu u m.-,.
fcctivc operation ; also, to regulate t.ia tare
ud frioghla to tbe ohiujed eouumou 01 lu
coumrv and far other t)urpaes. Luiuft u
AFFAIRS AT CUMBhlUL AN L GA1V
At letter from Marrisiawn, Kat leuties
see, states that tba Federals havu betn lnv
en baelt to tba Gap, an 1 ara now entiie'.y
provisious. The wruer be n
u jr wr- 1U of
;,,,., 1 , n lv in front of tiiu U ai. uud
battle immediately iu front ot tau u ap, uu
tk.t . inunnr 11, bjdriv eXDeOlud ta L t i ;a
tidiug of CapituUtlJU.
It is raportt-d that armed org viizatious
exist ia Indiana aud Iiliuaia te reit the
! Irom tho Raleieli Stundard.
' CATGLI THE HOG UK 1
A yoaoj; wan aallin3 Li tlf Turner
d prejfeSain!, t Wi0h, t0 z
parently about twenty or twr,ty-oue year9
0f ag0) about fiya Ua uint or tea iucb(js ;q
aot reiuambered,) has bteu Vaauiiu through
the country stealing horesi, aua otligr thiu,
uder a pretence of impring them far
public) used. The said Turner, who rual
- ame seem to be Heard, was arrested at
0) Airy, bui ry county, X. (J., ou a cuaro
Ji jply taking a horna belonging to ouo
clearly p.; and although tLg effotice was
eount ot a" npou u.:n, 1,3 read on ac-
on account 1 ")ial legal exception, and
oft-repeated prou:outU and poaitive aod
jn gemce, peruiittoct'o rtjcia i.is cumpauy
eognizanec to appear a?, on Lis own re-
Court. This occured in ..next 6 iptriar
Siiioo tbat tiuie, we have Itc.r Juno.
foriued that' Le has Etolen -acJ. -Vij ju-
frou, Jesiup, and otbr prop;rtj horsa
J. t. !iKA i-.s,
W. 1!. iioLLlNWOllTlaf,
II. V. ALl-'UfcD. '
WILLIAM 1LAWLKY, .
W. A. MUOKE,
S 1 MUOKH.
T. F. PK AT II EH,
liUiiT. S. GIL.Mi- a.
Ait. Airy. j.V. C, Auut iii, 1?03.
Statu papers plca-ccpy.
1 t1 ;, .
" 0 are '"''-'3 u's
pmtch for the fDllo-vinj News Items :
j A reiiaale goatl-:iiian wLo has reoently
Jeafiped lrotu Kiuiucky reports that the
jtTrannv :u tuut Stv.o u al
tTranny tu tuut itv.o u ai.iio.-; iusud; en
able . Hh own houjij was surrounded nitu
Federal soldi-rs for the purpj.'ot caplur
in'g Lim, and Le cluu i 'itui with Jiiliculty.
II.j says that a gv-n.:-uiiii tK-ar Louioviile,
(Ky..) hcaritj firii; iu Lis
and ljund a qu-vd ct Fe 1
guns at cue cf his iit'.lj n
taken rci'u.'n teLia 1 a tret1
yard, rttLt out,
rals Mriu tiisir
j.'TJe-, v. iio bad
wi.ca was rid-
died with tuu buiis. Oa Lis utaranoa
'.Ley fired at him, tha ball pa siarj between
himself and Lis v.ii'o, and lo.:giLg ia the
All the re.-rsctablo eitizens of Lj ii.-viila
ara sotttacru iu sympathy, nu-l &ia iu their
expression of iudimtiju a.-.ia.-t thi j.re-
It is statiid that the dijin jra'.izatioa in tho
.ratseo army is iivat, tl. j -.njoii fj.irir.j
to euter upon battl
captured au 1 subjBt;cd to Ue
t ran : ni.-!. t ill ,t j r . i -.r f :..-:. i'
j " "
aud that tno ir j, 03 acjiuu:
ardie of t.ic ameers, fweri t:;at
at tLey ;vmu!-.I
ij examrdj of
, not R;ht. but wu.d fa iow
jtue-r superur. aua raa U3.
; t n;i (.! yjcral (H- l.rs'' of the army of
. tj,e e,t wi..uever cceasiiu i-. Lad ta ra
tftr t0 lu0 -tfrthi.rij army,
lhj ..Ab :u;:i army of 1
: r 1 0 :i !.iei::'
i:i-:e:i 1 cf usia
chic ;c is very
Captain Fratk Il'-ichatjan lias bcin made
Ad;uir:ii iu the C.ui'dcrjta avy taj
hi.'hesi cake iu iha srvic-.i f sr his uitia-guisl.ed-
ssrv;ccsi:i tbe roat eu ;,.nut
with the Morima?, ia Ii rnptoa' ra ids.
Five cci;ts rc-vard has been off: red far
loiiir Joan Vi.it'vvoit.i
celebrities to." ik-caui;
avoid t!ie drait.
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arm; is u?,v 1
bei t cm ..a 1
,j an uiy.
e 1 re paa uuts tau: t::e
Lvai'ii o! G :u lu iarij.at'd Las teea i-J'iy
ttici'-ijcd, au:i iaat he wi.i ropart .U a lg
aas fji' vlatj ia tun tij'.d a,aiu.
ill'. (iU-Je'd i:-'CCil.
'1 .10 W i.jn.ii-1 an . . 11 la lis tuitoiial
C amine j: on Mi. VauccJ late i-peccii ut
IU.?: .:ii, - :
A'e are suini. 1 t learu '.'nat Mr a'.ea
taak strvii i.i I u.ci le i ioi;.a ia lavar of
c;: extent n a . t.ie 1 .- - v . : . - --. I S:i:.
ana ot iha CaiifVder.i: y. vV'a ue-tr -.1 alli
ed, or u jrin tne e.i:w 1 .- c l ie i iu qaesti u,
Mr. ViaJjs J.- !'. . . . . .a. :.i. '. a ( -. i" i i
Lu L as tu a : p. ....vie. .. j ... . k ., j 1
te MK ii'- a P.,' ji'T. f. . -a.i.-
on mi 1 e ;: i in ta : lie. .-.r, su j. 1
be La ti,f u .in.-.' t e irj uiii..-,-
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