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W:V :M, M!E A R I f K AT II.
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i kvdin- r.nmnamons, .who conversed
6"";S 3'!,i; . U heK ibr U ring, db:.iaenlaM erf
i a tn no iti - I'm r i ilii a. - w w - - . t j . -
mil : -w or. . IV i " - i
jA ni'b' to live, i.
j My destiny it'Tt
in n i vairi lo discover by every means an explnj
,d. nation of this terrible adverilurr. rllad it.
- 1 .i -fnr.ikn rh& tin nrtflpnmhlftj eVl ;
irciM nonjcci". j.Ti.v'o"" -,-r rr t r
ffioise of; a'gate openiig was heariJd
rAMJ " - i . - . Tl t .. 4 1 .vfi1l have sunnnsfitl himseli tiie tlune
the carriage ''slopped;' and me uoor was ; uc: r i 7 fv, : "ri.
Well tn a voice was heard to ask; anx-
1 iiiihrW wrk lliM clory.
Which mcnjca itiarly trrize,:'
"it w tin- r hi" vic!, n"n,s-
Tboy; ne'er Yr'l
1! "'Iiiotf he Willi W iinf
t I cni not irral.thq
' ry ring, the only token he , bad preserved
1' f ttiat torriKfo riTrV mJrrKf' crtnnAP fir 1ft
l!?,uy f: ! L 1 !- i 1'fi'KritKr-ftbnSit !m'ft'AT:nlniinimnL he Wore,
4." lie is here" rep ned one ot me men in 1 o -7 r-r"r f tjT" .! u '
l& itriowi. alPakig the doctor by j - fended Jo thp .ton rfih-teW
the hand, he assist rd nim toalignt. . , A .. . . . -n i i
;u'w" . . . ! i 1. :. 1 ; to the hall rrivn hv thtt Countess 01 1
VThev then made rum ascenu seni - ---7 : -1 --js -; . i
Uens I5y the keenness of the air, Dr. Hu- at her hotel m the ruee eiines. All
Snceid that he was mounting out-j the
W'hen fully foun 1
I niuit not join tH
AVliitn Con ifiirf,
r The dial biU tut
Floury fper tbL)
iron, I -t.
is tin ;.
isli her juM coiamanJ,
I' i 1
ere. - r
If wfaltli coulJ nwihj
1 I dit-n the 1ooh nifij.'ht crave;
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jnr fltriv inp
TheiWi-aliih jlhat nl
j Vfttft toil to R't,
i Within on oix'ri
If wealth conhl WTiijj IVnth'H rfJ;itly Jurt
time to time
apLrtments Covered wi1l1.,1ick;eapels; i traded by a yoang mart, m
?i , .i .L - inf ii.,hrti itnnil a sad exDression, ;who Irom
and saidto him : j p4f "cu lurHS S ? ? ' i
"Doctor we have arrived, take ofli your ious; manner, jaiidj then sadly ;.withdrevy
bandage." i ' 1 ' : : i
M. Iluberti. whose terror had -given
! place tothcmostiivclycuriosity and vague
I apprehensions,! obeyed, and Ipund himself
ih a little room, decorated witlht? great
i.nri nfl dimlv li.o-htpd hv-'an ala-
apealed to , Mai Ida's filial affection. ,
Ue; VxaoSeratcd Ibis poverty pretended
debts and engagements, wliich ;he Could
not! keep, and pictured, an air of' affright
and wretched iand dishonored old age.
He even threatened kill himself. She
Hlo,pe;bad the power to'savc him-ahd
for that, she; must forget Napoleon and
marry the rjchCount de , with whose
rtoble: and manly face, whose courage and
strength pf niind, she was familiar. ;
;i little'slfishness, and Matitda would
llave been saved ; but it is thV'wcakness
rtf noble hearts to hasten on the sacrifice.
Matilda threw herself in despair, in the
arms of her father, and promised all. He
blessed ner, anu luanKcu nenor ner ticvo-.
tedness. Before he had finished speaking
Matilda escaped from his arms, no long
er able to contrpl herself. Exhausted by
her ettoris, she hastened to shut herselt I piouri
up in her own apartment, and weep in si- f Peathtre
lence. In the meanvvuue, ine oanns are
published, and jon the 10th of last January,
iii,the church of St. Thomas d'Aquin, Ma
tilda married the Count de . The
General was delighted.
THE m A ItKETS.
SALISBURY, JUNE 12, 1840.
pplef, (dried) . 75 a JDO ) Linseed 01, 75 a 00
8i9 Molasses; 4U a 4
MaPO Nails, .-. . 5J a C
25 a 00 j Irish Potatoes, 75 a 1 00
6 a 7 ) Do., (sweet) 40 a 00
75 a 80 i Sntrar, (brown) 7 a 11
7J a 10
00 a 4
80 a 1 00
40 a M
FAYETfEVILLE, JUKE 2, 184G.
riacort, L r
CotleCk , t
At the moment of the benediction, when
r a nollc h-art
vA'j'ath, Wlio tri-n niiist lo it j
, Where Virt'oe'S fldwers entwine
I '4 !:AJ venllh, f far bore worth! than gohl,
itriiri'it orviri cofiVrs hohJ '.
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i iiinr niftc i 1 Hr n ",; '-
IlalunL. tuha.M,irH, l' Jf.
from among the crowd, j , :
This yohng man chancedin the course
of the evening, toistan4 in frhnti of M.. Hu
bert!. His cj'es, Which had, lighted upon'
him at first mechanically, now seemed fix-
in a tutu; iuu - t i i n 4 . ; . , - r i .r
est luxury, and dimly lighted by' an ala- j d upon him, and; rested witli a frightful
haster lamp suspended from the ceiling. expression- upon he .rmg vhich shone at
The window curtains were closely drawn, j-bove his waistcoai. . " : '
as were those also of an alcove at the bot-j Suddenly, the young man pau -i.
.... ii. iJ.l: kurk.-! rnnilv thrnncrh the jrroun that separated
join OI UK" HJUiii. iituli3iouui i ic wutiui i --r"J ' , o, ii 4 . ; 'i s. r .,. , , . . , c , t (Jorn.
ffonnd himsell alone with one o'f the three him rom the doctor ? he went straight up Matilda abruptly passed to the right of the ;
L;nbnnWn ivhr. hf,rt rrr:tpd himi lTxvas!to M. Hutierti. and jostled nmi ruaeiy and uoanr, and extended ner other hand, ine : Feathers,
.v ...r- . , :11!Uj i j : r.,v .! .l 1 ;
. in a Qeiiuernit; iiuiuuri, a i -, vuuin itiiiuiwiian u, wiu wisuru iu uiuc ;
81 00 Wron,
45 a 55 iMolasses,
7 a $ j Oats,
j. 8 a 10 ? Nails, (cut,)
" 7 a 7i Sugar, (brown,)
80 a 85 Salt, (btlsheU
-13 a 15 Do., (sack.)
2G a 23 I Whiskey,
5 a 5$' Beeswax,
CO a 70 Rags,
-14 a 5
24 a 28
40 a 45
8 a 10
45 a 50
90 a 35
40 a 42
27 a 23'
thp.i htishand nlnp.ns nn the finirer of his 1 Coffi,
wife the ringthe symbolical emblem of j JS'fS. (mp)
tae chain which unites them instead of ; naie Hope,
giving the letti hand, according to custom, Cottop,
la' man tall in statui ei of imposing appear
iance and dressed vit;h the most aristocra
tic rcchcrvMa His black eyed glistened
The doctor very politely expostulated.
The young man, without; making anv
BilokthisiJuin! ' wns abkiill, . ,
,piicf of rihereaNjirit full ! i ''
; Thii narrow cell Ja-iis lifv'fi repeat.
I The prmce was Tljuught's in'8terious scat ;
' -Wlxit beauteous iitures," long forgot ;
What busy tlironi tf varied thougtit ;
;, .j. ' u ; 1IUI nui ii j iji'i iiuir, iiui wrui,
' ' 'r' i ! i llati left one trace 4r record liere it
' Beneath diis niou
jthrough thM half-mask-which covered the : answer, struck him. The uproar produced
U r u- Q ,i U. nervons bv this scene may be easilv judged. A
Wllllll IIUIIIUII Ul 1113 1UV.V., - ; 1 i :
i 1 1 . .! . . '1 IT .1 filial l c r "r.VA nln.Ai n,itltfOil tlllwiTf-'
her left -hand, but Matilda withdrew it,,
and again presented her right hand, at the j
same time casting down her eyes, but
with an indomitable' air of submissive!
ili ii" agitated His unccjere'd lips, and duel is to take place between thisyoung ; determination. The Count at once per-
it-l Iw-ud uhicli concealed the low- man. and the . doctor We jure g tatty oi ceived this, and tearing a scene, he put
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two hundred new pul t,. .
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have ordered both of i'.e I
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namberof pages, bei't j :'
wood. Certain it i. t.ir.t i
Ohce: shone the bright and bupy eye ;
1 1 .
1 l'ut start not at theJ!'disnial vojd !
If SociiU love thauejye employed, :.
if vith no lawless fire it gleaiji'd,
But through tbe di-v of kindness beant'd,
That ye shall he fo-ever brigliit,
W hen stars and emu havle losi their light.
Heri in this eflent ciivern hun
Tiejready, swift on tuneful' tongue
. )f Falsehood's hor ey is disdai led,
-And,un it couhl aot praise, was chain" d ;
11 bold In Virtue's cause it spoke,
et gehtle concord fieirer brolle,
Tliaf tutiefut tongic?shall plead for thee
When death unveilsi eternity
j Hay, 'ilid these fingets delve the. mine,
I f)r with its envied
To hew ithe rock, o
Can nothing Mow
But, If tho Page o
i )r cointort to the
niesi hands a rw
rnuWes shine :
rjwear Hie gem,
Mail to them ;
Truth they sought,
ier meed shall claim
Than all that wuilstm Wealth or Fame.
it whether bfljre or shod.
Doctor Iluberti has been one of the ac-
er part of his countenance. ;
i Doctor said the; man, m a snort and
labrupt manner, "prepare your instru
ments, you have an amputation to per
form.' ' ' V
44 Where is the patient ? demanded M.
Hubert!. ? i i
So saying the Doctor turned towards
he alcove, apd advanced onestj) towards : tors. , r;
t. The curtains were slightly riioved, and I l- ; r
h-lstifled sigh was heard. The Brussels Obscrvutcur .gives the lol-
Prepare your instruments,? said the ! lowing explanation ot this mysterious and
$ive man- nornoie -auveniure : , h i
Truth is strangsLranger than fiction.
must first This the following relat ion will prove :
! It turns out that the storv recently nub-
vhich you Hshed, of the hand cut off, brtd which was
I ! so stronjflv tinrttirprt with fhp iffilntis Hi.
M. Iluberti crossed his arms upon his dalo-o.thn mvmio-nfnl Snanikrrl. nnd whio.h
breast, .and, looking the other firmly in the ! our readers supposed to be. designed ds
some pull, and which, we confess, we did
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no indiscretion in speaking of thisiatlair, j the ring on her right hand, which Matil-
which is known to all ralis Before the i da persisted in presenting,
police can; read this feuilletn that duel The Count was jealous as jealous as
will have taken place, jandiyery probably ! Othello himself. A'fatal suspicion seized
it will give rise to explanations that may j him. The ring -winch ?datilda wore on
throw some light upon this mysterious af- j her left; hand, gave him much uneasiness.
iair, and upon the sad history n jyyhich i tie pretended not to lancy it, and hi gied
man wuh the inask, in a convu
" But," insisted M. Iluberti,; "
see my patient. r j
'" You will only see the hand
are to cut olf," replied the man
Matilda not to wear it. Matilda replied
that she would not part with it her an
swer was gentle, but evinced the same
determination she had shown at the church.
The suspicions of the Count from that
moment were changed into certainty ; but
as he wished to avenge himself he con
cealed them, lie aranged a set of spies
about Matilda; It was not long before a
letter came froiti Napoleon. The unfor
tunate young man, ignorant of the sacri-
CHERAW, JUNE 2, 140.
9 a 10 Leather, (sole) 20 a 25
22 a 24 jLard, 9 a 10
8 a 10 ? Lead, (bar) 8 a 10
18 a 20 S Molasses, (N. O.) 45 a 50
1G a 19 Do., (Cuba) 40 a 45
8 a 10 ) Nails, (cut assort.) 6 a FJ
G a 7$ Oil,(Sperui) 1 12J a 1 25
80 a 1 00 ) Rice, 5 a 7
H 6 j Sugar, (brown) 8 a 10
25 a 32 j. Do., (loaf) 15 a 17
(dry) a 10 jSah.(sack) 1 C2J a I 75
5 a GJi Tobacco, 8 a 9
-O"; Those of obr citizens who desire a good medicine,
will find one in the justly celebrated Pills of Dr. Bran- ' and sustain a truly r.!
divth, which have pertbnned cures upon thousands of j
ht-lpleja and hopeless persons, after the usual scientific I
of physicians had consoled them will) the assurance ;
taat t!)cy could do no more, j The properties of these
Pjlls, as an anti-bilious and Of eriont medicine, are unri
vRlledf; nil who use them recommend them ; their vh
ttti's rirpass all eulogy, and most be used to be apprecia
ted. j4'he weak and delicate will be strengthened by
their use, not by bracing, but by removing the cause of
vica'iiiics?, the gross end corrupt humcrs-of the body.
They Veiuire no change in the diet, or care of any kind.
Ilriin tlirectior.s accompany each box, so that every one'
ia iii pwa conspcicnt pliysician.
Tiidav Fills arc for sale at 25 cents per box, by our a
gfnts j:i cwry jown in the State, and by die following
higlilyj respectable gentlemen in this vicinity, viz : J. II.
Knnisi, Salisbury ; David Fraley, Rockvillti ; A. & D.
W. Mimnicut, Go!J Hill ; T. C. Graham, Cowansville ;'
! J. Kriler t Son, Mount Vernon. 4w3
- TJ1E SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
Literary lesseagcrt and KJEVIEW.
HAVING purchaseJ, from the proprietors, SIMMS
" Sot'TiiERx axi) Western Mojcthly Magazixe
face, said to him :
" Sir, you have used violence ito conduct
me here : yet, if it is really true, that any
one stands in need of my professional ser
vices, without troubling myseji about jour
Stfcrcts,forgettinghowIhave been brought
hither, I will do my duty as a surgeon.
But, if it is your intention to commit a
crime, although you have been able to
compel me to follow you, 5you shall not
iforce me to be your accomplice.w
Reassure yourselt, said the unknown,
in a tone of bitterness ; " there is, no crime
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fFIie8e feet the path rf duty tfod.
If freiin the boweri f joy they1 fled
jTo wiothe AfTlicti ufs humblel bed j
rIf 'branjeur's cuillv bribe thev snumed.!
IV. "Si i t i 1
'And home to Virtbefs lap retarn'd ;v
Th feet with ajigt'a wings shall vie,
j And tread iihe pailacte of the ky !
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THE 1 LAST JIYSTERY 0 F -PARIS,
not ourselves believe, so little; it seems like
Paris, is nevertheless truetrue from one
end to the other. I One oil the actors of
this sad affair hais been iri Brussels the
last two days. It is from him that we
have the particulars, which we hasten to
relate. !i ; ,x .t; :
The young Matilda de f (our readers
will understand why we do hot indicate
her name, even by her initials,) js the
daughter of one ot the most distinguished
soldiers of the empire. Her lather gained
aki) Ka-viEW," it will, from tliis time, be bleDded with
fiCQ Of 'Matilda, anrl the ruin of his hopes ! " T'Ssltueun LirntAav Messenger.-
1 c 1 . 1 1 . 1 r 1 . 1 he Messenger has been established more than eleven
Spoke Ot his love, his plans for the luture var9LmUch longer than any other Southern work ever
and their approaching marriage. lie re- existed during which it has maintained the highest rank
illinded Matilda that her hand was his. 1 oinbnl American Periodicals, j It has always been emi-
The Paris Courier Francais relates the
Ij following mysterious aflair, which, says
the Brusicli OfacrvttJcur, is as full of the
'ti ' horribto! lis ! any of' the romances of Mrs.
ltadcli fTe Jind whi ?h promises to impart a
lively injlSrcst to tin; proceedings of the Pa-
risian tribuiials. The acctunt has filled
iho Fatiliburg St. Geirman ivith constcrha-
lion. j ' if 1 J , : r ; ' : - :
i ( Several months since, says the Courier
Francat!h$t far frditheicind of? last De
' ccmrpl'Dri' llubcrtii wasBturaing to his
-housdatleIevcn o clock in the evening;
lust as no was anoui to kdock at the uoor.
? ' arid had rajsed the! knocker for that pur-
Kj f ;,jidseV his band was nfl at once arrested by
I a vigorous arm, and he Was surrounded
' by hrce iihjaskcd men. l he street was
deserted.! the Doctor had no arms, and seb
i inil'tlinraU resistance would be in vain,
f - i h6 prepared to escripe, as Well as he could,
S r iy.' by tn'eatii of his purs, from; the three bah
. H dits withllvyhdm hq had to ileal, when he
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. Who hcld nim y ine anu s:,iu, very ponrc-
Jy, V-MoliiSiclur, is, if I Inista ie not, Dr. Hu-
: -ber i?'V llM ' 11 - -A
in an this, laking the doctor bV the arm. ! nn Wnt,w1 i5,ti riw ;.ri,io
1 1 1 i. '"i . w.... vsta, w iui J u,,u (llQiruiUUU
no ojipiuatuuu me a i co ; Lueti pointing
to a hand that was thrust out between the
curtains, " this is the hand which you are
to cut off." ; . '- -.y,
The doctor? took the hand in His; he felt
the fingers tremble at his touch. It was
the hand of a woman,! small, kidmirably
formed, and its delidate whiteness was set
off by a magnificent rubv. surrounded bv
i! diamonds. ' ! . !
" But," cried the doctor, " there is nolh
in the army; but is one of the few kener
whom the emperor did not enrich. ; Ma
tilda had therefore no fortune to give her
husband, j ! ' -
Napoleon De -is the grandion of
and he begged her to look often upon his
mother s ruby ring, to remind her ol him.
He finished by announcing a piece of good
news. The ambassador was about to en
trust him witli important despatches for
Paris. Before the month was over, ho
would see Matilda again. This letter of.
Napoleon's fell into the Count's hands ; he
understood it all.
, He went into his wife's room, Holding
in his hand the open letter ; he handed it
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And the Iitt
the noble Duchess De
ess has only her rank, an empty titlelwith
tout fortune. The Duchess and thef Gen
eral, who had long been friends, and pro
mised each othertthe union of theirj chil-
lrin hnl- tl-tr ennn rrnrnfpil nf it. Vhi1ft
jing that calls for amputation, nothing." 1 Matilda and Napoleon loved each other,
" ' Atlll I toll l-nn A :,wl t. i.L . t 1 i i : . '" -
i ' " " J"u v tu uu: uiiMiown,vi- i the uenersai ami ine uucness, riotn ujieasy
jolently, " ihat if thefeurgeon icluses me, 1 as to the welfare of their children, and
i will do his office myself:" and; seizing a looking somewhat to their own interest,
jhatchet which was jit the foot of the bed, j performed together a scene borrowed from
c jn.tueu ine nanaiupon the tahlc pre- t genteel comedy, 'i ? ' i
pared to cut it off. jThe doctor restrained j "If my daughter," said; the General,
m 'I i j marries this poor devil of a Napoleon,
..i yv"r -uty' ln' said the man- i then farewell to all chance of luxury or
But this is perfectly atrocious," ried j nleasure ? " ii
poor i unerti. i If my grr
to' her. 44 1 understand'your scruples now," beWrt
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Matilda did not betray the slightest e
motion. She feared nothing more upon
earth. A month afterwards, Napoleon
arrived in Paris. But he was much
changed ; healready knew his misfortunes,
and was gloomy and despairing. The
morning of the day after his arrival, a:
small ebony coffer was brought to him j
by a domestic in liver-. He opened it. '
Judge of his grief and terror ! It contain- j
ed a bloody hand. It was the hand of a j
woman of Matilda.
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SalWHiry.May 23 J, I-
t tt-i tti finc liirlit tinner v vihih rifist.if. Fw
w.. . , j,..,,.,. ........ ... , o- -
On a piece of blood-stained paper were ?1"'f "f 1 vwr.by wh
1 , 1 greatly reduced and the bound v
" What is that to you ? It must bo so
I wish to have it, ar(d madame I wishes it
also. If it is necesbary that she herself
shall entreat you, slle will do so. Come,
madame, beg the doctor to do ydu this ser
vice." ; 1 . j
M. Iluberti, 'palei
could hardly keep from fit in ting.
A hall-smotheredjvoice came! from the
alcove, which said, in an inthnrhnhlo nn.
my grandson," said the "Duchess,
'marries a maiden without a dowry! how
shall we ever be able to restore the dig
nity of our noble house." ; it i
' i i i 1
The General, therefore, sought to slien-
ate Matilda front her lover, and the puch- j
ess to separate IStapOleon from Matilda. I
But in this they, wefe unsuccessful.
Napoleon and Matilda loved each filler
these words :
?' See how the
to! do u
lected a very
-. ...' v.. U' --J .t. V
"i It I seems you Knqw iiiw ineii, reuue
rtbclDocJorl ftake: rriy purse and watch,
let ine qnjer my house, and go about your
;;;.anf4f-i.'. A' ' -
IL Ullbu uig luaiii iiuuniiiiiit
fob hers, but have come to ask you
i a service.'!
iH'Yeii cehainly ha st
Anyj ljour is good enough for so skilful ;
i purj;rii as uur&eu iu pt iionii an upt;-
ratlon.7'-., . -jl ; s '. ,-!..
' vVha MOjyou desird?" said the Doctor,
whp.waS;:a;iittlc reasiured t 'and, looking
itt hlittt feci apphcarits more attentively,
pcrceivH'hat they were dressed much
more lite;dancersoti eir wky from a balli
than highway jobbers.
V T V11 y9dDocorr idded the un
Hnownj.to! Ibllow jusjimmediHtely;'
r Wnie at least tmieto go and inlbrrri
my wire,rj; .- ;i ,. . !:
'u' .' f i ,,v' "fv ! f,u nave your case
s necessan-.- Only stiller s to put this
' , ,Au n.j.:lir... ' , . : k. .n
imver worus, and ictus bego
one oi uc unknown, lie II
too sincerely not to avoid all the'sifares
i th:it wnrR sureafl ! fir thniir : i nfTnerlinon.-l
lnr III lllllinr ail Ini.n.... . 1 i 1 I '
w. ,m..6it.u ucffjiair anu resignation youth.
Sir, since you are j a surgeon -yes, I en- Unah
-d6n't let him for mer
le to succeed in separating them !
f.-r nnnh lit nAi tl. ik f. rti rrn n il tl.rt-i
llUill A Utll UlUl I , 1111 VJIl Ul I U Ulb
Duchess succeeded in bringing about
the departure of Napoleon, and his: pro
longed absence-! ! Their want, of fortune
required it. Napoleaii imist gain a "high
position. The Minister had just attached
him, as Secretary, to a distant embassy.
treat you do it
cy s sake.-' . ; j . :
Come, doctor,snd the man, 4f you orl."
Tl ic resolution ofjhis dreadful compan
ion was so implacable and so terrifying,
the prayer of the poor w oman so poignant
and so despairing, lliat the doctor saw that
jbedietates of humanity commanded that If he refused to feo, he Would shutfliim
tiu Miouiu ooey. tl -took his implements, out from a brilliant career. He must
cast one menunquijing; look upon the tin-; make thisisacrifiqc lbr the very sake of
... ......vy luv ,.)(,UMi u ins iuamaa, tut w uuiu nappiuesss ue avouiu
only answer ; . with (in agonized heart and be responsible. ! Napoleon resigned him
with his brow bedew ed with ax;olcl sweat, self to it. M ' U ! .
and summoning all jiis energy to his aid, ' He sought a iait interview with M atil-
hc applied the Kmleitothe wnsti Twice4 da, and announced his departure. fThe
his hand failed himat length the blood voim mrt heard! with rielM Nanrileoh
gushed forth, a Shriek was heard from the , related to her his (plans in vain he soigHt
alcove, and the, silertce oPdeath soon fol- to console' herifdisplaying, m the Sdist-
loweo. j ue uTiKnqwn; sioou silent and ant luture, a Whole life of happiness,
unmoved the poiscj off the horrible ope-; Jove and Wealth.! Matilda,was inconso
ration alone Ayas heard ; soon both the lable ; a sad presentiment prevented her
Knile and the hand fell together. The from putting any trust in the. promise of. 1"
doctor was deadly nale : he looked at the n.f.rf 4in tutiiro Wh'.,ts ei,bl! cbk I man
, mT . - - v i ... w - hij L 1 V I IUII1 1 UliVI VVUU JiiV
Flushed with mingled grief and indig
nation, he seized his pistols and rushed to
the house ol the Count. The count and
Matilda, had left during the night, some
hours after the bloody operation of Dr.
Iluberti. It was not known whither they
. '1 he evening on which Napoleon had
recognised the ring of his mother on the
watch of Dr. Iluberti. he had gone to the
ball, , impelled by a secret presentiment.
The next day, Napoleon and Iluberti
fought in the woods of incennes. The
Doctor, more. skillful with fue knile than
tho sword, was severely wounded under
the' arm. Hopes are entertained of his
recovery. Before he parted with his adver
sary, he related what occurred on that cru
el night, on which he had been forced by a
feejing of humanity to commit a crime.
" Besides," he added. " Matilda did not suf
fer 'much. A sublime devotion sustained
her fortitude, and I am certain she was
consoled id the endurance of the pain, by
thethought that the hand would be sent
to you. When I had finished, 1 heard her
say' in"a low tone, behind the curtain that
concealed her from me: Tell him my
heart will go with my hand. But for the
ruby I never should have been enabled to
fuHil her wish."
Compelled to flv, to escape being arrest-
I ed on account of the duel, Napoleon de
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i i DISSOLUTION. !
rrrilC firm heretofore existing cs Alsobrook tc Miller j
aj ! i.s thL day dissolved tiy mutual consent. The i
RrxlliSare in the hands of Mr. II. S. Miller, who is alone !
authorised to settle the accounts due the firm. j
'! A. P. ALSOR-ROOIC, i
S-jIiibiiry, april 17, 18 10. II. S. MILLER. t
n ihjihc hv
riin: sudscrii: :
JL businerg In Mo.- k - .
inform les frien !j f
prepared to execute :.,
the above businc, v. i i :
pledges hLmielf llrit Ij-
any othe fhop in- the .-'
tention -tp his hnsinc- :
least of public pr:tror.i 'c.
i Country Merchm:- i: . '
again would do well 1 1 :'. .
where, a my prices w t 1
hardness iof tht times!
Old Pewter, Co je V.
taken in rxchanir-. f Ki
March" 13th, Is-IG. ! :
. f t
CLOCK ANV I
:ar-f r f
Halifchury, December I.'J, I
His grief is heart-rending, Will
jind immcuiately h Berlin drove from a
iifighboring street': the three men. tnlrlnnr
, the doctor wilh them; immediately entered
; U and! tlid earriage rolled pnt the horses
' - j Iluberti saw that al Hsistance would
e useltssiand submited t6 this mysteri?
uds viohMioe. Fori tula hours, not a word
. jiL.A :.i i. L. '.. .. i.-JJ. ...... 5
,h v pj t..v;iaiij;i:u ukiw ecu 411m aim U1S tra
! junknpwn with hagardjeyesj The latter? hope to add td the .happiness they iheu p return to Tans?
otMjiiiuu, jMuiv juji i iie nana, iook ine ring i enjoyed, and which they were about to ' : iuuu 11 13U,n) a" usaumeu name, in or
i from the finger andipresenttttg it to the 1 Varrifi'ee to a ilutv. She feltJ that I her ! &er 1 cohecaf the true one. . TheJDoctor
doctor: . 4 ! i v ; .V I beautiful dream Aas:dver. aixliwas nasi! I s n otber than Dr. I, (Lisfra
Si lake it doctor,w said heM let it be a i in bavJ Nanoleon covered her hand fhc jllutnoussurcon.
souvemr ; no one. will ever demand it of
you again 4f ' ,i ..f , j i - I.
. Heathen added, in a loud voice4 It is
done. Immediately the two other mask
ed men entered again bandaged the! doc
tor s.eyes, and led him away! " The same
carnage that had brought him carried hint
C1 h,svo door. The! doctor took
off his bandage, anda w the berlin disdpi
pearing in the; darkC It was .five. &
in the mdrninsr.'
For three months; M. Hubert
chair, overcome by! her krrief.
itifii ieii ner.
His absepcej facilitated the plans oithe
i sought in iLiencral and the Duchess JThr. n
I j il. S. .VI ILL Ell,
REKPECTEL'LLY informs the citizens of Salisbury
and the public generally, that he will continue to
carry on the above business? at the stand recently oceu-
nce ?) I,ieJi bJf Alsobrook Jc Miller. Thankful for the liberal
( airtndge heretofore given. He hofies by strict attention
' tobasiess to merit a continuance of it, he assures the
with kisses and tears ; "-remember." isaid !
he, remember that j ou are my betrothed
-that this hand belongs to me." ;
So saying.-he placed a Tuby ring on! her
finger. , ' jjij ; ;. - ;""1f j
It belonged to my mother he added.
As her solel lanswer. Matilda prfelsed
me ring to her hps and sank pack ;in her j de, who had been, hourly expected has ; iat lyirand Testament of Matthew L. Steele, dee'd.
t. Unm !X-rint.rri i-! umrl visitinir Iho n.nmnA tHJo i-nof '. icquri.au iktrsoiui uuni" ctaims acainsi ine same IO
l- I It TW ! :,L?. - r- a presdnt them for payment within the tune prescribed by
rfic t T VivVr,!.viUu was re- , iaw,br this notice wilt be plead in bar of their recovery,
ceiycd with great satisfactian'by the A- , JM .; - JAMES KERR, V.
' public dat all work entrusted to him will be promptly
From Santa Fc Private letters from TvT 'k t v'-7 ? : - "'P- Mr-
&anta Fe, under date of 10th April, state ploy aVCuner. H.S.MILLER.
hatGoverW; Armijobas again bcen ap- ; &lry, mh arii, i84G.--5t:tfT-jxin
ed to the supreme military command ! i I Executors' N otice,
of tli!t,royinc,,andthaGen.GarciaCon. , TiE"Slu52f cS tf?f'Z
AN Apprentice to tie. v -taken,
if applicat; 1 1 .
jjly but ari induttrions ti . .
"' " ' ' " " 1 - -
ITTANTEO imni'. i
good woikiu?in, i
None others neeJ
Mocksville, April IT, 1
HAVE associated t :
profession, and c .
the public; Dr. umn. :
denre next door to Mi !.
,Dr. Whitehead may I ? i
shwi Hotel or at the Dn :
'January 2, 1813. .
iXcatlj printed ar.J
nencans at anta tc. ' - j 1 Mak d. I5iu Qvi)
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