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NOTICES.
CLKJIKXT C WKIfJirXN
Atloriifrat fcnw, Kn.ycttville,9r. C.
Office at the ccraer of Bow and Green streets.
Feb' j 3, lfl.'C.
J. A. SPEARS.
ATTORNEY AT LA.W
ATTEN'DS the Ca.irt of CntV,erland, Ilarnet't'
Wake and Johnsterv,
Address, Tooii-r, Harnett C6., N C.
Feb. 15. IfiSS. 5-y
BARTirW FULLER,
Attorney at L&w,
FAJ KTTK VJ L Ii E Jf, C,
May be consulted at the Law Offiee of Jese G . SLep
hrd, Eq., ou Green Street.
July 19, 1&56. 7-tf
ANDREW J. STEDMAX,
Attorney at Law.
Having removed to I'lTTSBORO, X. C. will attend
regularly the Courts of Chatham, iloore aud Harnett
Counties.
April 14, 18J6. tf
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DR. K. A. ILACK.
OFFICE Front Rooms, over Dr. S. J. Hinsdale's
Chemist aud L'rug Store.
Feb'v 7. K.5S. S-tf
FOR SALE.
S( Anres of Land, lying 0:1 Capa Fear River Store,
I) wellin ?, Out Homes all iu tir.it rate order. The Store
5 t a tin? business stand at the Crcs ltoad.i and the
and U u-U to if- excelled by a ay ii. North CaiClina.
Any ptrrsfin desiring to ttrcTas can obtain further
particular re.ipctiag the property by calling cn
either of ui at 7illis'' Creuk o: the Wilmington Koad
t5 mile fro n Fayetteville..
SARAH WRIOHT.
Oct. 1. 18-tf JAUB3 WRIGHT.
0. HOUSTON
WOULD return his thanks td
i?) tlie vbli; for the liberal patrou-
a8c ne nas receivwl, and hopes.
tfiL ilR punctuality iu business, !r a
vMitJir continuation of the same.
" 41' He has commenced business on
rlr I his own respotisibility, 011 the
arUbrimm'i South side of Person street, two
!--:.. i-V doors below the Cape Fear Hank
and three doors above his old stand .where he would
b glalto see all his old friends. He expects to keep
on liana a good assortment of Saddles. Bridles, Whips,
and every thirtg iu his line of business.
N. B. lie will attend to repairing of Saddles, Har
ness. Ac, and his charges shall be moderate.
.September 13. 185G. 15-6m
NOTICE.
OOPAIlTiYHKSttlP NOTICE.
The under.icrned have this day associated thcmsel
Ves together under the name and style of
S. M. THOMAS BRO.j
For the purpose of carrying on the Mercantile Busi
ness at the Store occupied by S. M. Thomas, (Market
Square) where we will keep constantly on hand a
large and wwll sek'ctod STOCK OF GOODS. Em
bracing, Staple Dry Goods, Hats, Cups, Boots,
Shoes, Yankee Notions, DTurd
ware, Cutlery, Hollow-wafe,
ami a large and choice
selection of GRO
CERIES, (Liquors excepted.)
We respectfully invite our friends and the Public
JiMierally to call and examine our Stock before rna
king their purchases, as we are determined ndt to be
Inkkksolp by any honse for CASH:
Prompt and personal attention laid to orders.
S. M. THOMAS,
itEXKV T; THOMAS.
TuvHteville, FeVv 7. 1857.
l return my sincere thanks to niy friends, ciistcm
ers and the public generally, far the liberal patronage
hcretofere extended to n!e. As I have ample encdur
agemcnt from my friends, should I rerriain. and to
give everybody the opportunity of trading with
THOMAS. I have concluded to ccntiriiie' Hiisiilc'ss in
this City., and solicit the continufttio"nof the patron
age of my friends, customers and the public generally
to the concern of Thomas and Bro.
S. M; THOMAS
reb y 7, 1S57. 3G-6t
ADAMANTINE and TALLOW CANDLE'S; fine'
nd common TOBACCO; and almost anything in ttic
Grocery line. Cheap as the cheapest!
G W. I. GOLDSTON.
Fob' y 7, 1857.
36-tf
NOTICE.
r T a c. jk-h iiMivure nil an icitw iu ins line 111 iur uci, rij ic am cuui v
SgyMcLiaurm &, fetrange will pay the high 1 notice. Thankful for ast favors, he solicits a con
?t cash price for Turpentine until ,urther notice. 1 tinuatidn of the liberalpatronage heretofore bestowed,
gept. 3. 1856, 58-tf I Dec. 13. 1856. 28-tf
I Devoted to News,
ir 'FAYETTEVILLE3 N. C, SATTJEi
THK lM.OATI.tO BALLS OR KHtCKLB
WASHING MACI1INI2.
The enbtscriber having purchased the Right of the
above Machine for the Counties of Cumberland and
Hwnett, is now ready to furnish such as may be
desiro f obtaining a Right. The machine is simple,
both ia its structure and operations, and should any
Ksrlioii of it fail, can be easily and speedily repaired
by any person having the se of tools. I do not claim
for this . machine more than what it is able to perform
jwith tfcat. 4iywiption f labor yliich almwt every
tai&iiy is able to supply, wttaouc at all ii-tciitring
with the ordinary duties. In the first place a child
12 or 15 years of age can perform all the labor, after
having seen it operate a few times, and if the direc
tions tuft adhered to, will do as much work in one day
as three 'r tour women in the ordinary way, and the
work will be much better done. Below will be fouud
a certificate from those who have purchased and now
have i-k 'se one of these machines
ISIIAM BLAKE.
Aptil 12, 185C 93-tf
FATETTEvrci.K, N. C. April 9. 1S56.
tvre, fha undersigned, having purchased of Mr lsham
Blake one of the above machines, cordially recommend
it to the favor of the Public. It washes very rapidly,
and the work is much better done than is usually done
iu the old way, and with less wear to the Clothing.
It far exceeds our expectations, and has only to be
seen in operation to satisfy the most skeptical of its
utility and economy. We have no doubt of its being
generally used wherever introduced.
D. G. McRae.
Jno. D. "Williams,
w. j. avderso.v,
Wm. McLaurix,
A. P. Hlrt,
J as. G. Smith,
Johx D. Starr,
JosEm A. Worth,
A. J. O'IIanlox,
Datid Wemyss.
Tc in rompahy with several other gentlemen, saw
a four dollar bill which was very dirty and much
defaced, put in and washed out by this machine, re
moving all the dirty appearance of the bill, and leav
ing it perfectly legible, which shows there is little or
no rubbing produced in washing fine articles.
Frank N. Roberts,
Jab. G. Smith.
FALL TRADE, 1856.
B. P. P E A R C E
IS NOW OPENING, a large and desirable Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
consisting in part of
Kl.ick and Colored Silks,
English and French Merinos,
Plain and Fig'd D.Lanes, some beautifml patterns,
Black and Fancy Alpacas,
Edgings and In.ertings,
Co liars and Undersleeves,
Cactus and Whalebone Skirts,
Jaconet, Nainsook, Swiss and Plaid Muslins,
French, English and American Prints,
Cloths and Cssimercs,
feafipettn, Jt-ans arid TrJf.
Plaids, Linseys asd Kerseys.
Carolina and Marlboro' Stripes,
Bleached and Brown Shirting9 and Sheetings,
White and Cttlfed Flannels,
Drillings and Tickings-,
Irish Linens, good assortment,
Linen Table Cloths, Towclings and Napkins,
P.hawls, Cloaks and Mantillas,
Extra quality Of Bed Blankets.
Ribbons, Belts, Gloves. Hosiery, &c.
ALSO
Hats. Caps, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes and L'mbrellas;
general assortment if
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
and every variety in the YANKEE NOTION LINE,
which will be sold at a small advance for CASH, or
u time to punctual customers, either at
Vhotcsaie or Retail:
AlLare respectfully invited to give me a call Iveforc
purchasing elsewhere.
B. F-. FEARCE.
Hay St.,Fa.yetteville, Sept. I, ISSfi. 14-tf
FROSPECTUS
OF THE
SOUTHEKST MTEKAKY MESSENGER
if or tile Year 1856. J'uly to December.
TWENTY-THIRD VOLUME.
In issuing the Prospectus of the Twenty-Third Vol
ume of the SOUTHERN L1TKKAKY MESSENGER.
commencing with the July NO., the Proprietors rely
solelv on the encouraging letters and promises ?f the
friends 'cf the Messenger to aid theiVj in extending its
circulation, and they beg to assure Ihe public that no
exertions will be remitted On, their part to maintain
the high character of the work, and to challenge the
p-trinage tff all who value sterling literary merit,
for Twenty-One Years, the Messenger has endeavored
to reflect faithfully the Southern mind, while disdaining
all narrow and sectional views, and has been alone
amonst the monthly periodicals of America, in.defencc
of the PECULIAR INSTITUTIONS OF THE
SOUTHERN STATFiS.
To this office it will be devdted, and will be prompt
to renel assaults upon the South, whether they corns
under the specious garb ot fiction, or in tne uirect iorm
of anti-slavery pamphlets. At this critical juncture,
while our enemies aro employing literature as their
most potent weapons of attack, the Southern people
will surely not withhold their encouragement from a
work whose aim it shall be to strike blows in their de
fence. The Messenger will, as heretofore, present its readers
with Reviews, Historical and Biographical
Sketches-. Novels. Tales, Travels, Essays, Poems,
CritH&is, and Papers on the Army, Nary and
other National Subjects.
"With a view to ensure a larger circulation of the
MESSENGER, the Proprietors though they intend
greatlv increasing the si2e of the work, have reduced
the price of Supscription, which is now only
Three Dollars per. annum, In Advance
OR FOUR DOLLARS IF NOT PAID BEFORE ttife
FIRST OF JULY IN ANY YEAR.
CLUBS Remitting ns Fifteen Dollars in Crie
letter, will be entitled to Six Copies.
The Editorial and Critical department of the Mes
senger will continue under the charge of
JOHN It. THOMPSON, Esq.,
And will embrace copious notes on current literature
and reviews bf all new American or Foreign works of
general iaterest and value. The Editor's opinions will
be always fearlessly and honestly avowed.
Th ltusiness Department is conducted by the under
I signed, to whom all communications of a business na
ture niitst be addresstn.
MACFARLANE. FERGUSSON & CO.
Law Building, Frauklin Street, Richmond, Va.
Jiirife' i; 1S56.
M. FAULK his Boot & Shoe
tahlishment to the corner of
illcspie and Franklin streets,
opposite fee State Rank, in and under the rooms
formerly o'ecutfied by the S of T. He has on hand a
r. . i : .-iJ jo nr . . TXT J -C 1 V-V ITriXft" n n.l
I IMPORTED Boots, siloes, Gaiters, &c, and will mann-
I X 4. i 1 1 i! .1 iUt UI 1 " UA Iwr r-fln Af c-V. rrt-
nrsi raxe. si-ocK" ci iijai.i nou jcakjm.,
Political and Business
INDfcPJBXDEXCE IS THE SOUr, JEMOCitACV !
Maryland Lotteries .
COKBIN & CO AGENTS.
A FORTUNE FOR THE TRIAL.
" There is a tide in the affairs of man,
Which, if taken at the flood, loads to fortune."
ONE TRIAL MAY MAKE YCU RICH FOR LIFE.
Splendid Schemes Drawing Daily.
SEND YOUR ORDERS
TO dOltBIN & CO.
"Th6 dU"Eljithueu Authorised Agent? vyoh:U'!?
Sold more prizes
Thari ariv other bfHc'e in the Stiite of Maryland.
ALL PRIZES GUARANTEED BY THE STATE
SINGLE TICKETS :
Wholes 41 llalves 50 cts. Quarters 25 eta.
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES.
26 Whole Tickets $i6.00
26 Half Tickets 00
26 Quarter Tickets 4.00
NOTHING VENTURE. NOTHING GAIN.
Tickets Bought by the Package are always the most
Profitable to the Purchasers.
TtiY PACKAGE.
For $25 we send package Whole, Halves Quarters.
For Sltf we send package Halves & two Whoie tickets
For $8 we send package Quart's fc one Whole Ticket.
Look at the followirig
SPLENDID SCHEMES.
One of which are drawn at 12 o'clock each day of the
week.
BRILLIANT.
47,267 Dollars.
MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY
Class 310. f ,
CORB1N & CO., AGENTS
SCHEME.
1
(
S,O00
- 1,000
600
1 50
1 37
M
20
-8
4
... 2
1
- $47,267
1 prize of
1
do
do
do
do?
dci
do
do
do
do
do
1
1
1
160
fi-t
64
64
4,828
22;176
24,861 prizes amounting id
CAPITAL PRIZE.
5,000 Dollars.
PATAPSCO INSTITUTE LOTTERY.
Class 102.
C3RBIN & CO., AGENTS.
StfUKHK.
1 prize of
10 do
1 do
& do
200 do
63 do
63 do
126 do
3,906 do
23.436 do
$5,000
500
J41
20
10
8
4
2
1
517,247
27,814 prizes amounting to
Class 255,
CORBIN & CO., AGENTS:
SCUEMK.
1 prize of
1 do
1 do
2 do
2 do
2 do
211 do
66 do
66 do
4,224 do
35,740 do
S8,00
1,566
1,000
7,50
300
100
25
10
4
2
1
30.316 prizes, amounting to
$53,233
Tickets $1 Shares in proportion.
, Wc invariably answer letters by return mail, en
closing the tickets in a good safe envelope, and always
observe the strictest confidence. After the drawing is
over, we send the official drawing, with a written ex
planation of the result of the venture. All
Prices bought at this office are payable immediately
after the drawing iu Curreut Money, and we take Bank
Notes of any State, or Bank drafts in payment for tick
et at par. For odd amounts in making change we re
ceive postage stumps, they being more convenient than
silver. Correspondents may place the utmost confidence
in the regularity and safety of the mails, as very few
tr no nUsSa-i riAirbS of Money happen when properly
directed to .. Be careful that you mention your Post
Office-, Ctfunty and State. Give'us at least one single
trial, you cannot lose much, if not gain. One single
trial may make you independent for life. TRY US.
There should be no such word as fail. Address
. CORBIN & CO,
Box 190 Post Office, Baltimore Md.
Oct. If 2l-6m
new aNi$ Cheap goods.
Barnes Kvle
HAS just received a very large and general feSRbrt-
ment or oooos Among which are,
French and English Merinos ; .
Do. Delains, Plain and Figured
Dress Silks, Fig'd and Plain :
Black Fillet Mits ;
Sleeves Etritl: Collars ;
JMtfths, Cassiirieres and Satins ;
Jeiir and Negro Blankets :
3-4 to 12-4 Bleached and Brown Domestics ;
Gentlemen's Ready-Made Clothing.
Carpeting, Good aud Common ;"
Boots and Shoes ;
Anchor Bolting Cloth ;
jerseys and Linseys ;
Irish Linens, Orash ;
Table Diaper and Napkins:
.With many other orticles;, all of which being par
chased by the Package, will be offered at low prices
by wholesale or retail.
Nov. 8. 1856. 23-t f
DOBBLX HOUSE!
POWERS at TItOY, Proprietors.
Jjm The Proprietors of this Establishment an
fiiil 1 nounce to the public, that owing in ihie con-
JjM fstaatly increasing patronage extended to
r I them, they have been induced to enlarge the
acco'irfirfedation by the addition of an extensive Dining
nvi'm ou iuc luucr noor, and suite 01 tiooms
second floor; thus enabling them to accommodate all
who may favor them with a call. And thev pled pre
theirJselves to an increased exertion to give satisfaction
to their patrons.
SrttcirAls Stables attached and careful Ostlers in
attendance:"
The eligible location of the Establishment, with the
experience of the Proprietors in providing for the
comfort oT their patrons, they hope will secure to them
a literal stMre of the travel.
The Western and Southern Stagesarrive at and depart
from tms tionse.
Carriages in attendance on arrival and departure of
Steam isoats, tor the accommodation of passengers
Horses a'w Carriages furnished at any notice for
carrymjj travellers to any part of the adjacent country
, Fayettevilie, May 12, 185C, 98-tf.
Agricuiture,
'rr
fftlARGH 7, L8
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Suja.
Charcfi
.it pr
said ,dc 1 ,J
ordre.
Nortlt (
OBTIl CAHOLI.AROBESOX
COISTY.
Jirl of LawFail Term 1856.
W'fe & Jo'hnston vs Jona. W. Regan.
' tXGINAL ATTACHMENT,
loathe saiisfaction of the Court that the
ts.not an inhabitant of this State, it is
IJTourt that public-itiou le made in the
JteVr.A '-Newppiiper published iu the Town
g.JUC the space of ix weeks, notifying the
01 r a j
said Jt
jtV'Regan to appear at
the. next tefm
Oil'
county of Robe-
.io: ,.jo- l,nrnlerton.on the touitn
cl He4i,&'C ttier. fc.d thore topleador J
.1 jnd remont will be agaiu-t him. i
renlevv. or final 1
WiTXSSs. Alexr.nder McMillan. Clerk, of'sid Ctjurt.
at office ui" LumVerton, the fourtli Monday in Septem
ber, A. D. 1856. This Dec. 22. iSof!
,f . a. McMillan, c s. c
Jan. 1ft. 1857.
32-6 1
STATU OP SOjTH C!l!)LISA.."ROBESO-V
. I COUSTV.
Supkfof Court of Law Fall Term 1S56.
V&$am Boyce &Co. v. Jonathan V.r. Rgiin
- V ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT
It appearing to tie Satisfaction of the Court the
sa'd defendent is not an inhabitant of this State it is
ordere'il y the Court, that Publication be made iu
the North Carolini-ltt, a newspaper published in the
Towiwf Fayettevil'ie, for the space of six weeks, noti
fying T.n said Jonathan W. Kca. to appear at tlie
next .Vkrm of tlvi Superior Court of Law for the Coun
ty of "Robeson, at the Court House in L.umberton on
xlL .. f ...t. n A : f...,!-. tltrin .iTiil thfp.
to plead or replevy or final judgment will be given
agains him. Witness Alexander McMillan Clerk of I
i VA iUl U HU "lll'v - "
in Seit;inbvr A. D. 1856
This 22nd Dec. 1856.
a. McMillan, c. s c.
32 6t
Jan. 10, 1857,
STATE OP KOKTII CVaOIilSAKOBESOS
COUNT V.
Superior Court of Law Fall Term i85G.
Churchill Walkley & Johnson vs.Jonathan W. Regan.
ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT,
it appearing to the Satisfaction of the Court thai: the
said defendent is not an inhabitant of this State, it is
ordered by the Court that Publication be made in the
North Carolinian a Newspaper published .hi the Town
of Fayetteville. for the space tjf six weeks, notifying
the said Jonathan W. Regan, to appear at tho next
team of the Superior Court of Law for the county of
Robeson, at the Court house in Lumberton oa the 4th
Monday iu March next, and then and there plead or
replevy, or final Judgment will be given agn.inst him.
Witness. Alexander McMillan". Clerk of said c ourt at
office in Luuiberton the forirlh Monday in Srpt.cinWer
. D. 1850 Deb 22nd lt5;.
A. MeMILLAN. C. S, C.
Jan. 10, 1857. ?2-Gt
STATE
OP JfORTH C.VROLIS.V--.-ROBESOS
COCSTV -
.
, L. B. Godwin vs. C. W. Crawford
t ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT
It appearing tri the satisfaction of the Court that
the said defendant is not an inhabitant of this State
it is ordered by the Court that Publication be made
in thi North Carolinian, a newspaper publishrll in h
Town pf Favetleville, for the space of six weeks noti
fying tho said C. W. Crawford to appear at the not
TernS of the Superior Court of Law tor the County of
Robeson, at the Court House in Lumberton, on the
fonrth Monday in March next, and then and there
to plead or replevy, or final judgment will be given
against him. Witness Alexander McMillan clerk of
said Court at office in Lumberton. the fourth Monday
in Sent ember A. D. 1856. ' 'lis Dec. the 22nd 1855,
j
a. McMillan, c. s. c.
Jan. 10, 1857:
32-Kt
CATHARINE M CLEAN
'- Petition for Dower
vs.
ARCH. McLEAN, and others. )
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
e defendants in this case : Phillip Walkc
of the Court, tha1
the
er. Kify Walk
er, Pnrcy Lookhart, George May and wile Martha,
Jno Mock and wife Mary. Unfits Hooks and wife Sa
rah, reside beyond tho limits of the State. Ou mo
tion, it is ordered that publication be made in the
North Carolirlidri, a newspaper published in the town
of Fayettevilie. for six successive weeks, notifying
the said defendants to be and appear at the next term
of the Court ot Pleas and Quarter sessions, to be held
for the county of Harnett, at the Court House in
Summervillc.cn the 2d Monday in March next, then
and there to answer, plead or demur the said petition,
or the time will be heard ta-pnrte and Judgments pro
confrsiio, be rendered against them.
Witness. Benjamin F Shaw. Clerk of ouf said Court,
at office in Summerville, 2d Monday in December, l85(.
and in tile "1st year of American Independence.
R; 'FRANKLIN SltAW. Clkrk.
by A. B. HORTON, I). Cl'k.
Jan. 17, 1S57. 33-6t
STATE OK
AfO:lTII CI tOUX.V aOBESOS
C'.)U.TV.
Superior Court of Laic Fall Tirrft 1850:
. Nicholas Powel vs. Stephen II. MarLin
ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the
said defendent is not an Inhabitant ol tins tMate. it is
ordered by the court that publication be made in the
"Pa.rain!iin a newspaper published ,iti the Twn
ol" FAyetteville for the space of six weeks notifying
. - . r . . , TT . . . 1 . . . ....... '1 " . .. .
the Mtltl fttepnen H. uaruu 10 appear at ue ui-Ai a ci 111
of the Superior Court ot Uw tor the county 01 ivooe
son, at the Court House in Lumberton ou the fourth
Monday in March, next, and then and there to plead
or replevy or final judgment will be given against
him. Witness Alexander McMillan clerk of said
Court at "ffice in Lamberton, the fourth Monday in
September A. D: 1856. Tins Dec. 22nd. 1.850.
j... xi.. MCMlULiA C: S ' ' J
Jan. l6.;i857. 32-0t
STATE OP SOUTH CABOI.ISA JIOSTGOM-
EliV COU.M1
Court cf Ptees and Quarter Sessions January
rFr vim ? Q
Term, 185
Pik-tFry; J '
vs: Uriemin attachment
Stancil R. Scarbrough. )
It appearing to tlie satisiaction ot tne court, that
the said defendant isnwtan inhabitant of this State.'
On motic'n it is tbefefofe ordered by the Court, that
publication be made in the North Carolinian, a news-
paper pabiisuea in tne town 01 r avetteviiie. lor the
space of six successive weeks, notifying the said Stan-
cil R- Scarbrough to be and appear at our nxt Term
of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held at the Court
..... .. ..
House in Troy, on the first Monday in April next: then
and there to plead CT f-f Jevy or ftii"! judgment will
lje given against him to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, inter
est and cost.
Witness," John McLeman. Clerk of our said Court at
office, the first Monday in January, A. D. IS57, tbis
26th day of January, 1857.
. JOHN MeLEMAN, C. C. C.
Jan 31. 1857. 3-6 L
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W. P. Elliott,
COMMISSI OX M Kit C H A !t T ,
FAYETTEV'iI LE. N. C.
A gent for Lutterloh it Co.'? Steainboat Line
Will attend promptly to ell busintea entrusted to hiware.
Oct: a, ikr
and Ffelnily Heading.
NORTH CAROLINIAN
F.IYETTRV1LLE. X C
H1RR1ACE.
Nature never did beti"ay the sonl that loved
her; and nature tfeils men to marry: Just ns
the young man is entering upon life just as he
comes to independance and man's estate just
as the crisis of his being is tb be solved, and it
j t )e seen lther he decides with the good;
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the greet dhe tru? or whether he will sink
and be lost forever matl'imbny gives him bal
last and right impulse. War with nature and
she takes a sure revenge. Tell a young man
not to have an attachment that is virtuous, and tt cou!itry where the presence or the good vil
he will have one that is vicions. Tirtubns Ae Cure had, hithetto, almost alone sufficed to'
love, the honest love of a man for the woman
lis ir, about to marry, gives him an anchor for
his heart; something pure and beautiful for
which to labor and live.
And the woman, what a purple light it
sheds upon her path; it mokes life for her uo
day dream, no idle hour, no painted shadow,
no passing show; but something real, earnest,
rbrth'V of her heart and head. But most of us
are cowards, and dare riot thinK SO! we !acK
. bf little faitli; our inward eye is
dim and dark
-Tlie modern young lady must
any in style; the modern young gentleman yeur at a frightfully progressive rate. This'
allies a fortune. But in the meanwhile thectinie is poisoning, aud the poison arsenic'
m
m
girl grows into an bid tnaid, and the ybuth be
comes a man about town, a man whom it is
dangerous to ask into your house, for his busi
ness is intrigue The world might heve had a
happy cc'uple; instead, it gets a woman fretful,
nervous, fanciful, a plague to all around her.
He becomes a sceptic in all virtue; a cor
rupter of the youth of both sexesj a curse in
whatever domestic Circle he penetrates. "Even
worse may result. She may be deceived and
may die of a broken heart
He may rush from one folly to another as
sociate only With the vicious and depraved;
brine: disgrace and sorrow on himself and all
around, and sink into an early grave. Our
great cities show what becomes of men and
women that do not marry. Worldly fathers
aud otl-.-rji-ii.drsfi lJieir.SIl.iit.J10n"X
until they can afford to support a wite; aiid the
boys expend double the amount iu low compa
ny Hence it is, all wise men (like Franklin)
advocate early marriages; and that all our
gl'ent nicn, with rare exceptions, have married
young. Wordsworth had only one hundred
pounds a year wiibri he first married: Loid
Eldon was so poor that he had to go to Clare
market, London, to buy sprats for supper.
Coleridge aud Southey we can't find had any
income at all at the time of their marriage-'
We question whether littthei" at any time
had inbre than Sftr nouuds a year. We blast
humanity in its very dawn. Fathers, you say
you teach your sons prudence you do no such"
thing; your worldly-wise and defer son is al
ready mined for life. You will End hi hi nt the
farb-tab!e, and at free-love circles. You
wretched worldly wisdom taught him tb avoid
the snare of marrying young, and sobnif lie is
not invc.ved in embarrassments which will last
him a life-ti::ie he is a blaze fellow heartless
false without a single ge!ietouS sentiment or
manly aim ; he has
"No God, no heaven, in the wide wbrld."
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HOTmOfiDE i ALABAMA
The Mobile Advertiser, of last Wednesday
contains the following:
At Spring Hill, on Sunday night; shortly
after 9 o'clock; a ricgrb ihari, named "Paul," a
teamster, or driver, belonging to Col. J: S
Deas. was kilied 011 the road by a citizen, nam
ed Fred. Fincher- The cirenmstances, we gath
er them trom the neighbors, whb we're railed
upen by Fincher for help, were materially these:
Mr Stein, and Mr Tut.hill, whose residences
are close together, heard their names shduted
out with a call for help! light! help! and on
reaching the spct, found the negro Panl held
down by Fincher, who was" calling loudly for
assistance; and struggling with the prostrate
man, who, he stated, had assaulted him with
a heavy hickory stick, which he (Fincher) had
wrested from him, and felled hrm with; and
was then holding him down, lc:t he should
H him On iindm'r help arrived
j F1 ur rose ap i)ut the negro, Paul, was una-
L
j bie to do so, and after a few moments of strug.
j gle, expired.
! In cxnlanation, Fincher stated that on re-
i . . x . . - . i10 n-.f tb.. npo-rn onfiosife
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t'liuing iu iua ..v,..., ..v. 01.
Mr TuthilFs fence demanded who he was
. , " at.v,-ocl by EOm"e insbleuce that was
' . , . .
followed l.V a blow from his bluageon, wiueli
, , tnt fmm liim and with it. in self-
ne, nonnu, .
. 1 1 - :?.. . ( t " t
ueienee, miu-"
ci.er made no attempt to evade the results, or
to donv the act, though both time and place
would have rendered it easy to ao.d discovery
b o .If-sircd. From the account we heard
from Mr Stein, it appears the negro was
armed with a large knife.
also
-r.,T rVv Tn Bu'loch county, Ga., there
Vis said to reside a lady who has six sons, each,
: of whom is 6 feet 4 inches tan. one says me
1 way she drew them out so, was by feeding them
on Shanghai chickens."
-t S
DONALDSON STREET.
VOLUME XIXNO. 940.
1- Sentence of Death opn m lonng Wife.
! The Qbebbc papers contain a report of tTia
proceedings at the Court of Queen's Bencii in
! that city on the occasibn of tho Bentence of
Anais Bissdn; a, young woman of about twenty
two years, feohvibted of poisoning her hnsband
to wlibru.she had been tnarried but a few
months. -
Wc make the following extract from the re
marks b'f the presiding judge in passing seu-
Annig "BkSiill; iH tWintWt . 0? a spopntrvtion
eminently distinguished for the mildness of its
! manners, and its deep religions sentiments,' in
have the law respected and order maintained;
you, a native of this coantry, hardly passed'
childhood; littve been guilty of a cr'ime of the
greatest atrocity.
A man of learning and experience has" said
that amdngst crimes: there is ons which' con
eeals itSelf itl the shade, which hover around
the domestic hearth, terrifies 60city, defies by
the cunning of its use and the subtility of it3
j effect, the Appliances and the analyses of
science, which intimidates with doubts tho
consciences of juries; and which increases year.
It is of this erinie tht ybu havd been found'
guilty. The victim was your husband, tho
man to wkom, but a few days before,' at", thtf
4oot of the altar of your God, you had sworn
love and flidclity. It is painful to say that at
the solemn moment when the priest,' in tho
holy temple, raised his hands to implbfe tho
benediction Of heaven upon you and upon your
husband lie death of your husband was medi
tated. We are now aware that it was so, for
on the very day subsequent to the publication'
for the first time; of your bans of marriage,
you declared to a friend that if your husdand
did not please ybu, you would poison him.'
You have but a few days to live. I conjure
you to reflect upon the account of your short
career you will be called upon to fender.'
-WWUiKr.i.lifi euiirinit- of yonx.. crime may
be, the mercy tff God is infinite. Forthwith
send for a priest, and put all your confidence in'
him. The time is short, but it is sufficient, by
a sincere repentence, to reconcile you to God.
I will now pass upon you the sentence of tlie
law, which is that you, Anais Thossamt, widow
of Joseph iiissoiJ'; be' taken back from heuce to
the common jail of this district, whence you1
came; and that on the third day of April next
you be taken then to the ordinary place of
execution, and there hang by the neck until'
you be dead; and may the Lord have mercy on'
your soull"
The prisoner accrued much affected while the'
awful sentence was being pronounced, and sob
bed the whole time. Judge Duval spoke with'
ninch emotion,' and many of those present in'
court shed tears.
When the Judge had concluded speaking,"
the Clerk of the Crown asked the prisoner if
she had anything to say why execution should
not be awarded according to judgmeut.
The pfObnef (who was still crying) answer
ed, "I am not gitilty," (Je ne pasconjpable:
The State Jf.land Murder". The Grand'
if wry, impdnncHed at the Richmond County
Sessons, after a fill I investigation and examina
tion of a large number" of witnesses on Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday of the past week, on
(Lb day last ha&'cd presented an indictment
against Mrs Matilda Decker for manslaughter,
in causing the death of Anna Hilton, by cruel
and inhuman treatment. ....
Mrs Decker was arraigned and pleaded not
gllilty. Slifi bus teSrt in jU for set"
efril days; ami is getting tired of her incarcera
tion. George White, Esq., of New York, will
defend her ou the trial. The matter was sent
to the next Court of Oyer and Terminer, which
sits On the third Tuesday of May next. Mrs
Deckef appeared iu Court leaning on the arm
cf her hiisbaud, and attended by the Sheriff."
She was in fflll dress and her face covered'
with a double veil. She is said to be endtnte;
and an application will be made as soon as
possible to release her on bail She has lost'
none of her boldness by her confinement. Onc
of the Grand Jurors went in to see her, antT
asked her how long she had been there? She'
answcred,'"as long again as half." He remark "
ed that he only asTied her a civil question, but'
she rejoined, "It was nbhe of his business."
She has, while the Court has been iu session,-
frequently a mT???d Herself with' shaking her fist'
at the curions psssers by, who looked lip at the
grated windows of the jail' to catch a glimpso
of her. Iter husband is a ver'y Inoffensive look-'
ing personage, of diminutive size, and evident-'
ly stands in gfeaf dread of her.
A western editor, on hearing it' observed
that person' in a drowning conditioa suddenly
recollected all fne transactions of their lire
wished that a few of his delinquent abscribersrJ
jirdtHd take to bathing- ih Tdt tf aS
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