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r With the view of extending the circulation and en
hancing the usefulness of the paper, the-proprietor of-
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ieruen3 luat cu uu vuciu, urmem ise uej will ue in.
in serted till forbid and charged aecordinly. Special
if- aitcntion is aireetea 10 mis requisition.
lis WM. F. WIGHTMA 1 & TO.
CLEMENT G. WRIGHT,
Altqmef atLaw, FfcjretteTlUe, W. C. '
Office at the corner of Bow and Green streets.
Feb'y 3. 1&56. ' , I
J. A. SPEARS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. '
" " ATTENDS the jCQarts of Cumberland, Harnett,
Wake and Johnston. -
Address, Tooroer, Harnett Co., N. C.
Feb. 16. 1856. v 85-y
: BART WW FULLER, "
' - - '. '- .'( .- Jt' " i " ----- - - ;
1 . . Attorney atLaw, i
A Y E T T E V 1 1 L E H C . ' J .
May be consulted atlfie Law Qffice of Jese G. Shep
herd, Esq., on Green Street
July 19, 1856. 7-tf :;. , - ,. j
ANDREW J. STEDMAN, . j ,
; Attoruer at j :
T: Having rerooFed to PITTSBORO.N. C will attend
rlarly the Courts of Chatham, Moore and Harnett
tt.ril 14. 1856
C O 8- Acres of Land, lying on Cdpe Fear River Store,
Dwelling, OuUIousesall in first tate order. The Store
fis at'a fine business Sfand at the Crosa Roads and the
Any peraou desiring to purchase Carf obtairi further
particulars respecting the "property by calling j cn
either pf us at Willis' Creek on the Wilmington Road
15 miles- from Fayetteville.
, . ' SARAH WRIGHT.
W. P. Elliott, '
COMMISSI Olf MERCHANT,
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. ,. j
Agent for Lutterloh ic Co,' Steamboat Line ' ' !
Will attend promptly to all buriaess entrattcd to hler.
Gct.21.lS5G.. . ; ' .. . 21-tf ,
' Five sevenths of theP ARMING ANIXTURPEN-
TINE LAND in Harnettjcounty, known as the I'arker
and McNeill lands, joining VVm. Harr'ngton's landon
Upper Little RivfefJ -There Is soma 200- acres cf th
best quality of low grounds-on -.the River. The up
lands are heavily timbered with -pines, and within six
miles "Of the Fayetteville and western Railroad.
For particulars apply to D ' McA UTHUR.
- J. P. ROPER,
?s J. W. McKAY.
Nov. 1856 29, .26-tf -j : J
A, M. Campbell,
AUCTIONEER. & COMMISSION MERCHANT, '
East side of Gillespie street,
Fayettetii.i.e, N. C. i -
October 1, 1855 -
MARBLE FACTORY, j
BY GEO. LAUDER. ' !
Nearly opposite to E. W". Willkings' Auction Store
iayetteville, N. C. !
Oct. 1. 1856. t '
A few likely servants. men, boys and girls,
highest price will be paid by calling upon
I J. II. ROBERTS
Feb. 14. . 37-tf
SECOND SPRING STOCK.
S TAR R kND WI L LI A MS
Jlave now in Store tblr SECOND STOCK of Sea
sonable Gooas, which they wilf olfer 16 the WJrfiesale
Trade very low for Cash, or on the usual time to
prompt paying buyers. '
J. B. STARR. J. M. WILLIAMS, f
May 2, ,1857, ' ... 18-tf . J
For pxesarving Fxesh Fruits and Vegetables. Pints
' Quarts and Half-Gallons,. at $2 lkp 40' ad $5 25,
per dozen, respectively. For JSSc at the Croc'iery
Store. ; ri : W..N. TI L'LINGH AST.
' Also, Freh Supplies, of CHINA, GLASS
WARE and Table Knives:
" June. 20, 1S57. . 55-tf
Valuable Land for Sale.
The subscriber offers for al entire lands, inclu
I ding about eight hundred acres, lying fifteen miles
above Fayetteville and five miles from the mouth of
lower Httla'river. The! land is level and healthy and
well adapted to farming; there is about one hundred
and fifty acres cleared and under a fine state of culti
vation. I will self it all together or in small tracks to
suit purchasers. For further partictlarsjappjy tp the
subscriber on the premises.
ALEXANDER WALKER. I
7,tf ' f
THEnndcrsigned havbj executed a power of At
torney to E. F. Moore, he is thereby authorized to make
all settlements for me in iny name, and : generally to
transact all business aa I uught-orxoald do were I per
J. J. 1IOORE.
We are naYinar F"ifteefcDollar8 and Doard per month
rWith oavments monthly) for hand on the Bail &oad.
or 75 ceAls per dayVrf iOnthly hands preferred. Apply
t Mr Carroll, ou the worKJai&iiea west, oi nyvws-
villev of to ; ' . Tv WALiuJ
rbUNG, NEGROES.- Letters Addressed to t;it
u ft Jjaat iaburgbj Kicnmona couniyv wi j
LaarinbUrRh. Jan'y 3, 1857. .31-tf
Hoving a few years age. under the Influence of de
clining heerltb, purchased the well known Jackson
Springs, and now not needing. them for mysyif, and
finding a general desire through the country that these
Springs should be oceupied and made available to' the
pi blic as a Summer watering place, I have resolved to
sell 'them. " , . x
These Springs are on Jackson Creek, Moore Co., N.
C ! The virtue and medical properties of the water
ai p well known, the prevailing mineral is Iron, with
M ignesia and Sulphur also present. There is a fall of
witter passing by the Spring, by which machinery
coluld be driven, so as to elevate water into bathing-
vatg; or even convey, water to the dwelling House.
uy-ery natural facility is present to makie tuisa place
oflnovel. interest, with small investment. In connec
tion iwith the Spring is a body 243 acres of Land, part
onwnicn is unaer improvement.
This property having once been fitted up for a water
ing place, all the necessary houses are already there,
and in tolerable good order. The Cherrw & Coal
Fields Railroad will jass as near the Springs as the
proprietor would wisln r -
t rora inquiries made of me last sammer, 1 suppose
that j more than three hundred persons would have
troheto these Snrinesdunnc that season if the house
hail been open. -
It is tnought unnecessary to give further details as
to this property. The-Jackson Springs are . too well
known to require it. Those thinking of purchasing
win inrorm themselves aoout tne property.
Warranted titles will be given, and such time on pay
mentis as may suit the. convenience of a responsible
purchaser. Address, A.D.CAMPBELL,'
I ! Ran nittmrillii J C '
June 13; 54-4t : .
ADAMANTINE and -TALLOW:, CANDLES: fine
and Common TOBACCO; and almost anything in the
urpcery line. Cheap as tnc cheapest!
r Lr W. 1. UUliUSlU.
Fab'y 7, 1857. 36-tf ; -
yn:r ' mwt tmmmohi
frifl'ndn anil MistnTnp.ru that h f.tm lw found aiau
Store; of C. E. Leete; where he will be glad to see
thfmi i J. r. Mcdonald.
Jan. 17, 1857, 33-tf
SPRIiNU TRADE, 1857.
B. F. P K A RC K"
is aov receiving a beautiful and well selected stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Comprising a general assortment of all the latest styles
oi Ladies Dress Goods, Lace and Silk Mantles, Em
broideries of every description, Crape Shawls, Bonnets
Riubns Gloves, Belts, Hosiery, &c.
White and colored Linen Drilling,
English and French Drap d'Eta,
Bleached and brown Shirtings "and Sheetings,
Irish Linens, Linen Table Cloths,
Towelings and Napkins, ;
Leghorn, Panama, Cassimere and Moleskin Hats,
Umbrellas and Parasols,
Boots, Shoes and Ready-Made Clothing.
11 of which will be sold low for cash, or on the
usual time to punctnol customers. All persons (and
particularly tne i,aaies) are respectfully requested to
give me a can oeiore maKing tneir selections. 1
I IS. r. FEARCE.
Fayetteville, (Hay St.,) March 14. 1857. 41-tf
TO THE PUBLIC, j
, . , ,
The undersigned was appointed by the last County
Coup to take the Tax List for the Town, and will
proeecd to do so at his Store, the last twenty working
ta iuit, as proviaea Dy iaw.
! G. W.I. GOLDSTON.
ly 4, 1857.
Ant loch Academy.
ROBESOX COCNTT, N. C
e; r all session of tbw institution will commence
on Wednesday July the 15th under the supervision
of Wlnj.J. Stewart, who, the committee are satisfied
will spare no pains to advance the interests, moral and
ntellectual, of the pupils.-under his charge. Board
can be had in the neighborhood on any reasonable terms.
! DANIEL Br SMITH, I -
JAMES A. SMITH, f .
Jf4, ' . 57-2t . -
Hiobcson Ins tit u te
Toe exercises of this School will oe resumed on
Monday the 6th of July next. Rates of tuition as
heretofore, viz: 96, $12, $15, and $18 per session,
according to advancement. Board with the Principal
at the Steward's Hall at $9 per month, exclusive of
washing and lights. A deduction in Board will be
madq-a fiopn as the present high prices of provisions
will justify. Board strictly in advance.
i' . ' M. CURRIE, Principal,
StJ Paul's, July 4, : 2t
STATE OB" NORTH CAROLINA .. ,
Robeson Countt '
Court of Pleas' and Quarter Sessions
May term 1857.
Joseph Thompson Ad mr.
Charity Blount -Admx.
of William Blount dee'd
Original Attachment, Levied on two Slaves
I Minondand Jannf.
i : William Price, ,
It dDDearinff to the satisfactioa of the Court that
the defendant is not a resident of this State, it is or
dered by the Court that-publication be made iti the
North! Carolinian, a Newspaper published in the Town
of Fa; retteville, fp the space of six weeks notifiing the
said V rlliam Price to appear at the next term l-of the
Court pf Pleas and Quarter Sessions to be held for
the C inty of Robeson at the Court House in Lum
bertoi on the fourth Monday in Augmst next, and
then nod there to plead or replevy or final Judgment
will be; given against him and the property levied on
be eo ojdemncd to satisfy the pl&iatifls demand and
Costs j , ; .
Wijlness Shadrach Howell, Clerk of our said Court
at offloe in Lumberton the fourth Monday rin May
SnADRACH HOWELL Clerk.
By B. FREEMAN D. C.
' 8-6t A
I - - Tt I r- i"J
L II ' ' L.u ..i-seand fancy
Satinluid colored Ladies' aad X3 cr.ts LA ' ' f
of aetR and beauti&i pattern, and every , b. j it. y (,
tide in, his If-a. . ,'
i Hisstock UcBoiceahd Cafefally s
self, and Tbqjer will find itt thrsif Id
fore purchasing elsewhere. Corner c
Franklin streets. r- , .
,-AlirUt2fi:.jr. - - ; &'(' r
' BJV I . A
vT noie to
to pa;- tbe earner having nevt. ,
will give personal attention to tte saic or shipment of
all consignments or ravat -fetotes or 61V countr;
arotluce, and any other bnsiaess cntrlustedTO his care.
wi 1 1 be promptly attenaettf tor
April 18. 1857.. v ' lj ". ..
Vatiojtai. police gazette i
This-Great Journal of Crimejand Criminals Isln its
Tw4hYear, and is widelyJulated thrOugboft the
country. It contains all theeat" Trials. Crihinal
Cases, apd appropriate Editorials on the samt to
gether with information on Criminal Matters, nt tu
be found in any other newspaper
Subscriptions, $2 per Annum; $1 for Six
Months, to be reniitttjd hy Subscribers, (who sbuld
write their names ana .'he town, county and staW wiere
they reside, piainly,)"1.
To R A SEYMOUR, -Editor
and Proprietor of the
. "National Police Gazette.
New York Ciy.
June 6, H7 ly
D O'BBfcf iTOUSE !. f
PO W E IJ S .it T ROY, ProprIet s.
The Proprietors t)f this Establishmen -announce
to the public, that owing to theson-
tjtnt.1v iniruw!nr nAtrnnaca pxtendnn tr
Li them, they hare been induced to enlarge tin-
accommoilatioa by the addition of an extensive Diiinjf
Room on the lower floor, ana suit oi Kooms on the :
m?cond floor: thus enabling them to accommodatt aU;
i . , r.o tim with a &11 A nA thfv nlrirrol
ikninwirM ta an increased exertion to eive satisfac ion 1
to their imtrOns. A"
Spacious stabler attacnea ana carciui usuerima
attendance. . . I
The elirfriteJocation of the Establishment, with 'hel
cxperiendP-ao-the Proprietors in providing for .Li
comfort of thcif patrons, they hope will secure to then
a liberal share of the travel. A j
The Western and Southern S tages arrive at ana aejnrf j
I aM. House. " .
- rmmwZrim 'iri KtiHn.iaj.ee on iri.l t7..T7Tti!M 1U1
Steam Boats, for the accommodation of passenger:
Horses and Carriages furnished at any notice for
carrying travellers to any part of the adjacent country?
J. W. POWERS. W. C. TROY.
Fayetteville, May 12, 1856. 98-tf v
The Furniture & Fixtures of the
FAYBTTEVILLB HOTEL FOR SALE,
The Subscriber having fully determined to sell th
above named property, now otfer it to any enterprisiaj
man upon liberal terms. . .
I This Hotel enjoys a large custom from the adjoining
counties, and from the travelling public, with a pros
pect of future increase. What it has done and is now
doing, can be seen by anyone wishing to purchase, by
referring to our books The situation of the Build
ing is such as will command the greater part of the
custom coming to, and passing through this place.
,For the amouut of capital invested, there is no busi
ness that a person could engage in that would pay as
J. n RTJBERTS & CO.
Sept. 11, 1856. . 15-
The Subscribers having this day
leased this Hotel for a term of years, will be
pleased to see their friends and the traveling
hope they will be patient and bear with our imperfee
tions until we shall have put the House in such repair
as we aesire. v -
? J., H. ROBERTS & CO.
J. H. Roberts. -. ' ...1 F. ,N, Roberts.
- March!. 1856 35-tf
C. SMITH 4t CO.,
- Commission Merchants, 5
, - - - - . -. i
Have ; removed their office ta the second story of the
building formcrroccupied.by the Telejrrsiph Company
where they are prepared to attend to all business in th?'
Commission line. '
All business entrusted to them will be punctually
attended to. ' ' ' ' x
Wilmington, ucioner I, icao - f , y .
The undersigned nave received hto r;cre their re
cent purchase of GOODS, embracir - r laree ant
getjeral Stock of CR0CE&IES kVJ UiSDfrABEJ
Which they will sell oa their usual accommodation
terms. . ti, w. WILLIAMS Jl CO.
March 14, 1857. 41-tf i'
SPRING STOCK, 1857.
lfoolcsale Crater and ConmissioiTSIercbaiit
.... ...... -.. .4 -
Has just received in Store.
215 Barrels Whiskey and" Brandy,
35 and hhds. of Sugar asa'td
75 Sacks Rio Coffee, -200
' salt.- , - .
50 boxes Soda RlRenil. ' . ,-.A t
Candies. Soaps. Candles. Snnft. Ciffarfc ix.
All of which will be sold on liberal terms.
Mareh 14, 1857vAA A '-il-Af,
ORDER NO. I ;
Head Quarters 33 Begiment 1 I"
North Cafoliria Malitia. ) ,
, Fayetteville, June 25th 1857
The following Companies having failed to elect offi
cers are hereby ordered under the eonpHani of the joi
lowing Captains. Flea Hill Compoay to Capt. T
Bulla, of Locks Creek. Seventy First company '
Capt. W P Smith. Quewhiffle. They wUI, in all r
pects obey the order of aid Captains. j
IW order Col. C. E. LEETE, A.
!:- ' SPJEctpq,
I ' ' - ' A U m . -M- .
wed der i":0' Carol!
"y want c a upiaa. v .. . .
olrs. Dnblish'Uie' Central,' and the. Southern
I f esbyterfan, fofthe benefit - of v their people.
Ihe time nas come wne tne. i reujterian
Church in North Carol iua-45hTTuId "likewise do
r duty to her children. It is a conceded and
nor taut fact, that hundreds -of our members
ill take a State paperwha will take no other.
The t aper Is needed be the organ of our
lynod and Presbyteries "-to -eletateCanA .'en-.
rhten the piety of oar raeraberslnp by aillHsing
angelieal knowledire ro promote the cause
;f Education to developethe talents of our
Jinistry, and to strengthen t he. attaclnneiit of
ur people to the soil and.eanetuanes of their
vvn State. ,, '
If our Chnrch: in oher - States, and other
hurches in this State, can supply their mein-
ers with a religious Journal, why may not vi$?J
Are JNortu Uarolma Presbyterians interior in
alent, energy and patriotism to their neighbors
ii me .oriu or oouin,. or to - oiinKvuxis ,yi
ther denominations at home? With the
ame or better opportunities of accomplishing-
this work, shall we leave it undone? In the
language of, one of our most able and useful
Ministers, an adopted sou of our State, It
ought tohave been undertaken 20 years ago,
but it is not too late to begin to do right.";
. In the last two or three months, a fund of
about $5000 has been subscribed as a "perma
nent capital. At a meeting of the contributors
held at Of eeusboroaghr on the 14th of M&f ,-s
Rev.A. Baker, Chairmaiv-r the Paper was un
animously located at -Fayetteville,. nndeV
name ana title or ine i
' rt ,V,TY- ft.QOO rt, ar? J re bvtft: - 3 i:1 special) e niiddl ZIa V
:g- "'--;:.,.man.VnH.f was.: con vented ' .-
a 'jojnou owutu , i uoj,.. i W.T. int fnann be he? so like her mithcr Ikv I did ' un3
Onr sister States on th 2 J North and Sontfi. I . . 4 . ... - Fti'r U1U'..U -
nltherof whicJrhasa memUrship so laWe as K ar ou,a come frae7 it's j.st her-Bjy desperated ffort to
North Carolina erica, 1
N.-Meb;iue and -&e1ktr. On niv r
BYTERlAJf. Rev. Wm
George McAeiU were elected Editors: Rev.'
Vfnccrs fioAr "J,.Toili w,n v fi...T
Ct. , . -t i.wuac,.
Raker and C. II. Wilev. and - Messrs ftpnr-.'n
Carolina Presbyteriax, a journal of the fi rsr-
class, equai to the 'best-in the country in typo-
graohicat appearance and in adaptation to the
wants of our Churches. Its columns will afford
the latest intelligence, both foreign and domes
tic, and special care will be taken to give a full
and accurate summary of State news. The
name of the Paper is designed : to be an expo
nent of its character and contents. From eoi
victiou, it will advocate the conservative, or
thodox, Old School doctrines and order of the
Our first appeal is to our own people to X
C. Presbyterians. Whilst we rely confidently
upon their favor, we trust that the native sous
of North Carolina who have found homes in
other States, and the adopted citizens of our
State who form so important an element in our
Ministry and membership,, will take a deep
interest in ithis enterprise and give it their
TerjJs: $2 per annnm in advance, or on de
livery of the first number; $2 50 in six months
$3 at the end of the year. To clulis of 25 or
mor, paying in advance and when the Paper
isseiit to one address, a discount of 10 per
centl wiU be allowed. Our -Ministers 'and
Elders are earnestly desired toact as Agents,
and all others friendly to the cause will please
insist in procuring as many subscribers as possi
ble, and forward the names, by August 1st, to
this Office. As soon as 1500 subscribers are
obtained, the first nnmber will be issued. If a
faithful and vigorous effort is made in the next
! wo months by those Hho take a lively interest
n this work, we will without donbt be able to
iegin the publication at the end of that time
with, a paying subscription -list of at least S000.
I jggj- Address, Editors of the North Carolina
Presbyterian, FayettevUIe, K. C.
; Fayettavile,-May 20t 1857-.
, NEW, ROODS.
JAMN :KYL'E . 1
nowrecelving his Spring and. Summer supply of
RY GOODS, HATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
oltihg CLOTHS, &c.; all of which, being purchased
the case, will be offered by tTholesole or Retail t
LOW PRICES.- A " " f
Mareh 28. ' ' 43-tf - ; A-
J IJOsr'T ALL COME AT OSCEI 1
J. Wm LETT
fl Has just received a large and general STOCK OF
h rnMn i.j x xi. 17 it i iir t i .
viuwuo suiteu iu luu- r uu auu n iut traue, cuubisniig
of a choice selection of
Staple mnA Fancy DIIY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, with almost everything desirable in
PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always' to be had
IT LETT'S. .
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex
ohauged for country produce.- .. , .
Sept. 14.; 1856. - ly-pd
THESubscriber having, at June Term 1857, of the
Court of Pleas and QfiarUr Sessions for the County
of Cumberland, qualified as Administrator upon the
Estate of Willie F. Moore, hereby notifies persons hav
ing claims against the said Estate to present the game
properly authenticated within the time prescribed by
law, otherwise this uotice will be pleaded in the bar
of tbfur recovery.
Uebtors to the said Estate will pleape make payment
r ... I." T, I r 'i .
E. F. MOORE.
3S-tf - 1
DiSCOFERf OF 1 liitr rnTTZT
An Ediorghpaper states t Vat 4a -, f ttt':Ca
was .reeentljr; U-cled at 'fi
warnstoa Close! in, rh "'j r"101
.W-;.- ;V.-'.t, "raciedLy the
ain-dochter r 'What are ve a' louriu' at?
Whar's the mao that's selljn my alu flesh and
blood4? an' In a Christiao kintra tae V The
shouts of ihecrowd, and the loud declaim tions
of the stranger, broug!rta yoHnJ'fian ti the
door to'acrtifW the cause of- such an unusual
disturbance', ana imagining the" gentleman was
intoxicated, he called out Mr Giles to quell
the threatened riot. When that gentleman ap-
pearcd.'ome boys called out, "That's theman
'that sells youi: dochter. i The stranger rushed
uPn him, declaring that picture re should
have, though it should cost him t ten pounds.
Alarmed ai the imoetuositv of the man. he
. mf - J
was invited in, when, after a little time hadJd the Squire, he giro me one slosh, and left
etapsed, he burst into a flood of tears. "Dear.Vflfacr'awlin!? about on the bottom like a dd
uear sir tins is strange I Wliar dM you get
yotf picjLre ? Oh, takfc out o- the window 1
Gie into my ain hand ! I'll gie ony money
for't." ""After examining it minutely, he asked
in a subdued tone now it came into their pos
session, and was informed that a young lady,
sat for it a fevy days previously, and, not eas
ing according to promise, he put it in the win
dow as a specimen. I "It has been so ordained,
tden an' I may see her yet : you'll be the
ieans of restoring her to me. Six j'ears ago
y left Montrose, "after mjrVwifea death, to go
eavingyNellr"Srith her .grand nioth
'M'r- On my return, r learned my puir mither
Js dead, and Nelly had left home to seek ser-
'ce 1,1 tne ALothians. - Jj raitless endeavors to
iven to the originsht.-thefa-ce of the stranger
became pale as ashes nntil bope whimpered,
"Nelly micht cf hersel yet, and glad him wi'
La sweet ward as wee! as lief ain look which
was Verified by-the Identical Nelly stepping in
for her picture, apologising for not being punc
tual to her appointment ; and great was her
surprise when she listened to the tale of the
strange gentleman who took away her portrait.
But greater still was Nelly's joy'and happiness
when she learned the strange geiltleman was in
an adjoining inn, anxious to behold ( her, .when
she, full of anxiety, rushed ft the appointed
place, and, in a few minutes, was locked in a
father's fond embrace.
Sxcff "Dippin-g", Of all the defestable, ob
noxious, offensive, unnecessary and filthy imi
tations, which dear woman is guilty of inherit
ing from fallen, depraved, corrupt and wicked
man, that of snuff "dipping" stands pre-eminent.
How the second, edition of of an a no-el.
the tie plus ultra of heaven's best workmanship,
the idol of man, the diamond of song, the gem
of prose and the crowning glory of humanity
can concentrate a tea or table-spoonful of a
pulverized poison that would kill a hog, des
troy a dog, and prove certain death to every
living animal except a tobacco worm, is to' us
totally at variance with all philosophy, renson,
scripture, taste and refinement,.nnd utterly In
comprehensible. We wish it were a dream;
we wish it were a romance: we wish Jt were
not soj. but sad reality presents us the picture
of an angel of beariiy, with a heavenly smile, a
rosVchcek, the eye of a gazelle, standing erect
ittu aTllrer raa)fsty tftfiralinffilk 1lr robes 5f srlks
and diamonds, her forni reflected in a. costly
mirror, with a-chinqnepin stick nicely cramped
between her white'fingers, with the end in a
box of snug, and regularly applying it to her
sjhining, rosy lips and mellow tongue! Give
usx)ur hat; we must go -.and take something to
drink. A "
Under the heading of a "happy .thought,'
tlir Sierra Citizen savs "the rumored death of
Dr.-Kane, wlrch came by the last steamer,
proves too trne. The adventurous navigator
has embarked upon his last voyage. lit ha
found Sir John Franklin!"
BCg-Parson ofhe Methodist church,
was traveling in the' back settlements of Mis
souri, and stopped at a cabin, where "an old
lady received him very kindly. After setting
provisions before him, she began to question
him : "Stranger, where mpat you be from?"
"Madam, J reside in Shelby cbunty, Kentucky."
"Wall, stranger, hope no' bffense, but what
mn vnn be a doin' wav up here Tf "Madam,
I am searching for the lost sheep of the tribe:
of .'Israel." "John John i" shouted the old
lady "come right here this minnie ; nere.s a
stranger ajl the way from Shelby county, Ken
tucky, a bunting stock, and I'll jast- bet my
life that tangle-haired old blacky ram, thats
bio ia our lot all last weekfs rc ef Ait n .
VPU L-.uy G
I iV !, ,
red tiacjjs Billy 5 J
stand still, 'so-.
and ,wotld u bTtr a goodBapiae( au.
,treatedioe so everlasting mean atkTSd water.
Aru jou iitrver ccar aooui u jeemes;
Never tfid.' ; :
Then, l'jl teir you 'bout it; Tou see wt?f
we come to the baptizing place, thai yz&C tae
and old Jonks, the rich old Squire warto bo '
dipped at the same time. Well, thoi minister
tuck the Squire fusTTutl l "didn't wind .hat
much as I thought 'twould be jest as good whea
Icumjso he led him in, and after dippin' him
under, he raised him op 'mitey' keerful and-J
wiped his face, and led him out. Then
my turn, and instead of lifting me out
Where is tiie Ckedit? Many of onr ex-
changes, since thejoss of Kansas to the South
are makingHC'g inquiry. They -remind us of a
fellow wfS'bn a. fight adnrits the v lijpj-ing .
-not wilfing tockjiowledge tlietrue 'cause', ,
in his own folljvjt charges everybody -jth
foul play, bo they are charging Mr Buchanan
th" Cincinnati Convention, "Gov. WIker, and
Secretary Stanton, and the National Democ
racy, &c. "
Wu have never had ' any faith in Walker,
but Kansas was lost to the South before he
ever saw it. : We may charge it upon, this .one -and
that one, but our own folly has lost her to . .
ns. A few week's could not have affected sucli
a change. If Kansas rwas pro-slavery before
Walker's advent, it would be sd now. Tho
Sonth, by her . "mastvrly inactivity," deserves ,
tiu-redit. She vapored, gasconaded, made a'
rattling, fussing diaplayending In nothing. .
GnllrpeTr, yogr excuses will not do, Kansas
was lost to the fZoutlt becauao the AT-onth was
lot true to herself.
Be mcslk Doraltty.
The Boston Ev ming Gazette, in commcnt
ng upon the freec om with which the most dis
gusting portions of the testimony in the Dal
ton Divorce case is discussed in private circles,
A whole cbramunity has become demoralized,
an'djadies who would, six months since, havo
blushed at the mention of the crime. alluded to
in the seventh commandment, now talk of the
probability of Mrs Dalton's guilt with a free
dom truly deplorable. Gentlemen of refined'
sensibilities condemn respectable newspapers
for giving a full report of.the trial, and eagerly
buy these journals, and ia some secluded -spot
peruse the details wjlh avidity. A few days
since a friend of '-owS - entered a family, and
while conversipatwith the"head of the house,"
stated that itrviis proved that Nelly rode out'
with different gentlemen at (ifferent timetC"
"Vn ex-claimed one of the dauirhters. "thuaAv
far it is ouly shown that she rode out onciV" t J
What are we coming to? Wouldn't it bo "
better for preachers who deem it their dutr' to
preach politics, to.pay a little,atU'iition (to in-'
culcating lessons of moralitj? Bostolf" sadly I
needs a few such. -- -5
"Uuman natur' is humarf "WT, as old Sta-
pleton used. to sayj and matter how prim.'
and starched people it' iu 'polite society.(
in their closets, nneH yvros and threes, the
are fond of getting the evidence in cases c
divorce or adqlt'-- -s yon know yourself, Mk
Gazette, li ora l! jger demand. there was tov
get the parT" " and all the facts in thf' -X
loch and Dc
cases; out your recommT
jefs should pay attention io
n8 of morality, is a gooqV
Beautiful morality thoy f
'eir .whisky-skins and their '
j ? jje ig a fortnnat
.roe thousand dollars andr
l thd- commiUal of, a 'sin,;
to pay well for. Ahem)
tion that f
laymen a . .
ntleman in Union N. H!
will be one h
seventh of fuly-.
d"and one years qjd or
T-s name' is Palph Farnhpr.
, 'S made to induce hinfX
a -strong t...
be present at the "L er Hill celebration u
Boston, he havings t,, part in ' the, battle'
jie aecunea going t -count w nic uibi
tance; and when his son . '"1 of fifty or sixty K
years proposed to accompany iiiEjeplied "il
he went, he did'nt want to be botheiqd witlf
the care of any children I" He says hec.on'w'
remember ol ever beimrsiefe: but "belie vtNVie,
had a fever or soroethintr. eighty or nJ
OjtA'AKD TIIE SLAVE TlUDE. Ik
Havana papers 'received by the last arrival of
l1!? Isabel, copy Ae Madrid correspondence o?
the London times,' stating that Gen. Concha
had made $800,000 by the slave trade. They
discredit the statement, and p-ive, as their
opinion, that the correspondence originated i t
letters from Havana, '
June27;i85Trt - 65-5t . .T, 0. FULLER, AdJataM