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CLBJIEXT O, WRIGHT.
Attorney at PayettevIlle,N.C
OiTice at the corner of Bow and Green streets.
FeVy 3, lS56t
' J , - 4 .'S V E! A ItS. V
AT LAW, : V
ATTRIXS the Courts of Cumberland, Harnet
Wake and Johnston. ; i ',-
Address, Toonie.rJIarn'ett Co., ; N. C. -
BART IP IV
at Law, :
.v v 1'i t -v k. v i u 15;, 19, 3 -
May be consulted at th,e Law Office of Jese G. Shop
herd. Esq;,-on-Green Street.
July 19,-1856. ; ;j
will practice In
the Courts of Richmond, Anson and
t i. "1 A 1 . 1 I
Rolcsoh. ( All business entrusted to his care
f II he Sibscriper is now prepared to accouimotlate
M t six -pcjrsoas fcith jboird, in addition to. tliei&uuibtr
she - nowl has, .The builuiug which she xiccupics is
cOnvenicritly .sttuuted on the Dou-alui-on Lot, liay
tnVuitr: ftiiH ;s: . gtiSffd location lor a Suniiner a d
Winter rtisLdene.V No-paiiife will be t-paitu to make
h u r boarders cuitor table.
" '. .1 ' - if . -U ir -A
I'C TIONKEU & COM3I X SSION M K RCIIAST t
f ;East idefo Gillespi street.
. . .1 I tfAYKtTEYTLLB. N. C "
M ARBLE F
ACTOR Y, ,
BY GEO. LAUDER.
early opposite to E. W. Wfillkings
r ayett(T'iiio, 3. k...
Oct. 1. 1&36.
RE now receiving a large and well selected
consisting in 'part 01 ;
Blacky and Fiirurcd Silks
.npt um aou, r renc
- P I a i n ' a 11 (1 j F rg'd P e La u es ;
FrcitciraU wtjol Plaids; '
Alpacas of alt qualities;
Black Bombazine; I ,
Knlish, Frenchrand American-Prints;
- Qlien'iil'e : 5$hawls;" (beautiful patterns;)
-Ljadies' Cloaks of every description; -JaCQiiet'Edgings'nd
Collars aiid Ludersleeves; f, J j
Hosiery, Gtoves; Belts;
ltibions, Trimraingsj &c.j,
Cloths and Cassirares; . :
Twectls, Jeans and Sattinets;
AVliitc and Colored Flannels:
Bleached and brown Shirtings;
Allendale! 10-4 Sheeting;
Brown Drillings; ;.
Plaid Li nseys
and Kerseys; "J
Marlboro'; Stripes and Plaids; y
Brmvn and Bleached Table Cloths; A.
... . . . ' : 1 1 t 1 1 1
uoweliinffs 01 an Kinasj -
Ne?ra Blankets? "
. Extra lnAlity j Bed 'Blankets;
Spiral, Brass and Whalebone Hoops; ;
'Good assortment of . Hoop Skirts;
YankecNotions of-every variety, kind, and
-ff!':.-; .quality; f ;'J . : . , ' ' . '.-..:
Silkf Legliiorn and Straw Bonnets;
Moleskin, Cassimere and Wool Hats;
4 Boots, Shoes, itlmbrellas, &t I
" .M':tfi --AZSO-- y ; -f -
A1 large and fashionable stock of
All ot Which will be' sold tow; fori CASH, or on our
usaal,time to puictnal customers either at Wholesale
or Re wail.. All persona are resneMfnii ;nrii a
gut U3 van. ; - 1k1;
.1.. no . .oil :V p.. . v
JW. PEARCE, Jr.
Sop. 12 1657,
11. T UUL1.VGT0 v
j General ComnUitlon Mcrchaut,
;. iNUUTll WATER STREET,
, Vii h,mront -jyu c. ' ;
iWill give personal: attention to the sale ot shipment of
nil c.oasignment of Naval Storfei or other ctnintrv
pro luce and uny otaer onsmess entrusted to hia car.
will ue pnuaun.v; musuvi !
April 18. 1857. -'J Jy "f f .
' v;i ;
lO.OOO lbs. Tallow V antert,
For 'wiich th& highest cash price will be paid, f
Oct. V. 185? 1 f ;! A.. M. 'CAMPBELL;
White Lead arid Linseed Oil, for
S. J. HINSDALE.
'-The following val
ble real estate- the property o
x..p.. naii aec'cL is
followinjr tracts 5 -
ered tor saieana consists ot,in
Jhat desirable pla4?khown as R.omeV containing
about : 260 acres writ! "nl I tK tmnrnvements. This
place will be sold ensile r divided; to suit purehasgf s,
lfc D?iogipfobablyonepj he best? business stands in:
thecountry, nd isYeAr esirable to those, wishing' to
enter, thenerjcantile lisijoess; j ,' . - ; -r
No 2, Consists efaioii and Brick Stoe (2 tene
ment8 In Ca&blet6nynBridge Street near-Claren-uon
Bridge, r.nd is a veiyj desirable stand for business;
No 3,-Is vacant lots WCampbelUori,'knpwn in City
plot asNoa 109, UUt lan half of lot 113. - . ,
-No 4; Is a dwelling htise and lot on tlaytnount,
corner of Flankroad andSdamsSLr! A very desira
ble residency for the $vhoV year. "
N6 5.' Is ti, Corn Mill adRtefi.in "Ene-fHB and B6iler- i
of 10 or 1 5 horse power.: libir's "well wr-r tie r f- f
tentfon of fie It' 1 wbr. witir "r"'""
" ; ,es,
and a Vari
ety of erti
cles in the
Foot of Ilayraount,
Oct. 24. 1857.
Faytteville, N. C.
Fersons indebted ; to Jas.
C. McEachin. as Gnardiati
of the heirs of John i Morrisbn, dec?d,r are hereby re
spectfully informed, that said guardian has in a great
uiaiorny 01 insiauces euuuiseu ana iransierrea taeu
notes to the undersigned. . lAlso, that 'our ursrent ne '
cesslties, apart from the reii irements of the endorser
Compel us to collect as speedily as possible." All those"
indebted will therefore obi
ge us, and themselves too,
by paying up immediately
v e must and will sue
where the money is not torthcoming
N. " A.
G., Martah 7, 1857
P tints. Oils, Vd
rnish,- Brushes, for
i f S. J, SlNSDAtE.
:; 63-tf 1 -i
; Aug. 15,
WANTED Three first date Workmen, for Which
xne uest or prices will be guven, and study work. The
price ior maKing tioots, lor looting, 2.75; Shoe
I 5 J. Wanted immediately.
' Attorneys an
OS X. c.
ROBERT E. TROY & JOHN P. FULLER, have
brmcd an association for the pfadtice of their profvs
T ;.!-- 1 . 1 1 1.1 m !i 1
sion in Robeson co., only-
t. t.. lrov will also at-
tend the Courts' or liladen
jind! Columbus, aiiu J P
"uller those of CunrberlandJ
Their Office in Lumbertoh will be kept open at all
January 9, 1858.
: J A DIES
Have removed theit office to the second storv of th
building tormerly occupied iy tlie Teiejarranh Company
where they are prepared to sittedd to all business in the
Commission line. ; :
All business entrusted to
them will be punctually
attended to. i,
Wilmington, October l,,lfe56
-T ' ,'. ' - -4
FPvAXK N. ROBERTS. & CO., having
eased this Hotel, I will He pleased to see their
onner patrons and frien
Is, 'assuring them that
they will use every exer
ion to please: ;
. fJfGf. Smith
N. Roborts.j i
Jan. 9, 1858.
Coupon Bonds for Saile.
The Western Rail RoadJ Co., have for sale in
amounts to suit purchasers, i ' i . j -
Q VII -Of III of thd Coupon Bonds of the
TV " VM Countiy of Cumberland, bear
ing 7 per cent, interest, payable smi-annually ion
the 1st Juho and tlio 1st o: j Deccniber, and run
ning 20 years. f f t
yu,000 of the Coupon I onds ;of the Town of
Vayetteville, bearing 6 per cent Interest, payable
semi-annually on the 1st Jj niiary and the 1st July,
and running 20 years. ; ' ;.'.,-'-
Tliese bonds were issuec in accordance with Jaw
to the Western Rail Road CoJ, td pay the County
and Town subscriptions -re pectively. ".' f ;
Person having money v ill jfind these bonds- (at
the-price the Co is selling hem) a better invest
ment in any Bank Stock in the; State. f .
For terms apply to ; ; 1 ! ' f '
C. B. MALLE IT, Esq, TJres't.
, ; .or JNO. J I. ROSE, ' Troasr
Western R. R. Co.
! I .. ' ..V:.. 92-tf
March" (,, 1858.
GLASSWARE & LOOKING GLASSES.
HAYEa good stock in my line Courf try Mer
chants supphed at low prices. , .iUf- v,
. w , I W. x: TILLINGIIAST..
STATE OF NORTH GAKOIHNA
Sup'r Court Office, 15th March 1858.
IN pursuance of directic
. Manlyf Notice is hei
q of His Honor Juclge
eby given, that t.ie
Regular Term of the Superior Court of LAW
AND EQUITY, for the County of Harnett, will
be held at the- Court House in Toomer, on the 8th
f Monday after the 4th Monday in Jilarch 1858,
witnesses and Suitors will take notice accora
ingly. . -
A. D. McLEAN,
Clerk, Superior Court.
Heavy 4-4 Beaver ereek,Shetin'rR.
Cotton Yarn, Warp and Filling, Ns, 5 to 10
' '.' : 5 AL.SU, :-" ' - - :
Belt, Picker,Roller and Lice LEATHERS. x
tills and Manufacturer'sFMino-s . ' -Winter
strained Sperm. Lard and Linseed Oils, f
CSh -ory, Roller
HA.LL, Pres. B.-C. M. Co:
July 26, 1851
. DEALER IN
IS now re6eivxnff hi - rto
stya for thj-as5n: -A
few very bandsoLr A:
r: BA YA'BUiliE,
' '' f MESS GO
XACE aSd siur j:a:
f " " " J SHAWLS AND t
: Any quantity: of the' lat f i t I
: ' A l&fge and bcar.t'f
; kid GLorES3sErv-i;;a
, some Crape do., FKENCII FEO WEiiS
V 4, FRENCH AND feNGLISIT CRAPES, EIBBONS,
Ayejy desirable stock of Mens XouthsS .& Bo.
READ Y MADE-CL O THING,
of the Latest Stylos, worlanship warrate
The public are invited t6caU earlV:ahd' eatnin
the above goods; they will be sold cheap for casbf.
orna the usual time to those who pay occasionally.
' AToK tin- : .t ! - .voir . f
Dissolution' of Copartnership
TpHE business cbnd;qcVedViridiBK:the''Vfi'rm
. ju. x ;riAtt.l..-- IO., was tnisrtav dis?-
solvpd by mutual consent. Thoso Indebted 'to the
late firm will please make, immediate payment as
iuu xnuuigeiice cannot oe giveh. lither of the
parties are authorized- to .receive payment and111- J,D,e oaln ln-the bargain, that the sorrow
grant discharges. f ' . -y ; . it of mangy of meazly mate is under the same
Tt close the business, the'larfre and woll splorr-
ted stock of goods, comprising a very general as
sortmorit of ; : - , . -
RY GOODS, JIATS, CAPS, SHOES, Sfc.
Will be sold at Auction. " ' : .
' The sale will commence on Thursday the 2Sth
mst-V and continue from day to day, until the Stock
is sum. xermsatsaie.
: - B. F. PEARCE.
- JOHN W. PEARCE, Jr.
March, 20 - . 93. .
"WE are now receiving our Snrinfr Tnrcha?ps Vsf
Staple and Fancy. , - - t '
DR Y GOODS, HA TS, B ONNE T$ .
I CLOTHING, BOOT.S, SHOES &c. A '
To which we invite the attention OfBuyers irrthm Mar
sex. . -- isTAKli A; WIliT.TAMS
Is nowreceiviiig his Spring supply of
Among which are ;,f ''-f A-'fifif r 'tf
Col d and Black Silks; -
Irish Linens and Diapers;
'Parmer's Linen, Twilled' antt Plain :-
f Cashmere and Merino Twills; 1 . ',
. White. and ColUl Cotton Hose;
Bolting Cloths, No. 0 to 10; '
Slikand Straw Bonnets; Ac.
With almost every iirtiple in the Dry Goods line; all
Of which has been purchased by the package at the
late sales in New York and Philadelphia: Will be
offered cheap for cah or on time to paying customers."
March 20,. ! , , 93-tf
- 1H W
uurf HUu) - 'Hm m h wi & Jj2 !X
G-raduate of the Baltimore Dental
f College. :
HAVING seven years practical experi
ence in his rrofessio-a, five of which have
been spent in this blace: Dr. Tt. wmil.i
simply state that he is permanantly located here, that
is from the 1st of Oct. to the first July each year,
during which time he may be found at his pleasantly
situated rooms; near the market in office hours.
His terms are STRloTLY CASH, "no inducement
will be hel d out to the community .to call upon him
other than that he flatters himsef that in future all
operations shall compare favorablj ith those previ
ously performed by hira, - " k .
Jan. 23. ' h ) - ' ; - S5-tf " -'' - : '-'
"LOOK OUT FOB THE LOtOJIOTlVL'
.x. wry j i;rtt
lias jttst received a large and general STOCK O?
GOODS suited to the Spring and Summer tradi
consisting Of a. choice selection of
Staple and FaKcy DRV GOODS, -
Boots and Shoes, with almost everything desirablein
that line. - 1 1 ' - -.
i PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always to be had
' - '' ; ' IT LETT'S .
.Goods sold at the lowest. prices for'CASll. or . ex
changed for country produce. I ' . -
: March. 20. 1858. ly-pd .
: - . j . wanyted. - ;
JftftfhfBbIg. Turpeiitiue at my Tiistilery
wyv; on .peraon Street at the half way
Bridge. the highest cash price will be paid. , .
march 20 i);3-3ni j el J It McDUFFlE.
A. A. 3JcKeiluin
respectfully informs hisfriends and the public, that he
has bailt up large substantial Brick Buildings at bis
Old Stand, xpresslyc for mauufacturiuj Carriages.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage hb has received
for the v last 21, years, he hopes by 'strict' attention to
business, with a desire to give satisfaction, to, merit a
continuance of the same. He warrants Jlis work to be
made of the. best material and by experienced workmen
in each branch of the business. His work will compare
lavoraoiy witn any mauein tne United States, for neat
ness and durability, a . . ;.-- - -
r He is determined to sell and do any work in his line
on as good terms as any work done elsewhere that isas
well done. He now has on hand, finished, the largest
stock or AKitiAiTiijSjiiAuuiJUllKS. IiOCKA WAYS:
AND BUGGIES, ever offered in this olaee. nd a verv
larse stock of work nearly finished, whieh will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual eastern
ers. 'T-IIe has on hand more than ONE IITTNDRED
AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and itt course of con
trnction. - , . - i - - . i'-3.
All work " made byBim'is warranted 12 months
with fair usagej and should it fail by bud workmanship
or material will be repaired free of charge.
' Persons wishing to buy wotild do well to call and
examine fo themselves.' - - ' ' r - -
O rders thankfully received and pf omptiy attended to,
-- Repairing executed at short notice and on very rea
sonable terms. - " t- it ." . . '
Fayettevllle Oct 1.185? -V , ,.f,
' FRF.SH SPRING GOODS, . - f
; H. & E. J. LILLY ' '
t''v"-! ." ; i :-s :;- ; .-",-1 " v - .ivH'W-'S''-
" ARE now opening a large and general assortment
of SPRING GOODS, embracing a great variety of
STAPLES & FANCY DRY GOODS, HAtS, BON
NETS. UMBRELLAS Ac -
'; Also about 250 Cases BOOTS SHOES well a
sortedfall of which we propose selling , at reasonable
prices for cash nd to prompt paying customers ' o
the usual time . J i . -
! P. S. We EiRKESTr.T request all pecsons in arrear
ith u 8 to pay up or ia part at least. H. tf E. J. L
March 13, ISWi . W . - '
. v ti.
!f F &hi
, 1 ; rr vI. t ha v ji' 1 1 ; t oti 1 b n or .V-; ret lir h ef :
friedf ar the tfmrpHiei to the back jy thai
again; ah Its seldom tne 4ikes iv them crasVes d
French m in ozzl e in" h is o wn country he ad
ded meiitally.u: vf , f- ;y? y-u-;'- 'f f -f
. 'Vat you. have manager?' quoth the French-?!
maiif f U X'v-: -. sj j :&ff .. r ,. 1
f 'Arjahir be; aisyyouiv honor f replied - Pat
he divil; resave t h e taste Iv m a i igy meat is
der the sanvj roof wid ye, b.arrin the ould
sly dogv an' she is neither here nor there in
ajb you knowv . . . -: ' .
'Jklisncprdei,V ejaculated jNIonsieur, some-
f whit discom nosed. andnot comnrfhebdiner" tlie
OIuihtent of Pat's i phraseoloirv' JManrer.. 1 sav
Hanger.;f - f " V " -f :' - ' ' Y
E 'Yen need not bei callin'la'f bddyitnames in
gi her ish , for ,all th at sa id Pa t,
a. i ll take
. 1 T t 1 t- . a . ' "
thatch wid ye. V . : :" '-' -
f 'Diable!' cried Mosieur, nearly put ,of pa
liencej 'for' jdiiHiieref I say diimiere!7 1 . . ..
. 'Oeh, regarding the dinner, is-H!f said .Pat ;
'me hay sure I tojd your-honor ajl about ; that
long ago. Wfev-'erroastiinf. blied, anfstewed,
an' tried; but if you want to know all the
and 0nts.1v the business, ; why, here's" the
and yourhonor may pick and choose for
iualter i v. that. f : . : " ii
ixPat !uggcd"out his bill. of fare, whichl-had
been prepared, for. the occasion by his better
half, abd the-con tents "of j which he was as ut
tqrly iniorant ol as his guest, -before he had
perused them. In fact it is a matter of specu
latioivXvhether the siiim Itotal could at any' pe
riod: have 'been Biade lout within a circuit of
some miles hfe placed jt however before his
gne-st... ' !.'..u'-V-0'!'- 1 -"'
; 'Ros bif?' inquired the Frenchman, as his
eyes caught Jhe first item. ; fi
. 'Thunder an' oun'sl,' thought Pat, fl'ra dished
nov aUigitherAntirly-lloast beef, yonr honor! j
troth thin,-! would reconHuend it, bekase you
ste its fong ;.. killedrllong f enpngh be added.
iv a dead cow stared mc in the face since ould
Moileen's ler last Christmast,'- --!.'-eal
V '.rejoined Monsieur. . -
; ,1 Is'or that 'neither.'aid Pat; 'it's only slink,
'your honor sl.ink, indfed' he coiitiuued tbhim
selfl ffor its not dead yet.' ; j
..'Pigeons,, enumerated the Frenchman, with
the true Ua'sal twang, annulling the finals, f"
fv.'Ocir sure that's noil in it,' cried Pat; 'wiiat
the dickens does he mean at all, at alliwid his
'Pigeons,' reiterated the guest t ;
- 'Och bother your honor, sure it's not game
you are makfiVg iv. me?' said pat. f .
S 'Pifreous,' rejoined (he Frenchman, raising
his tone. : ; .' j f : . f f, -
'By Uie hokey, I have it,' cried Pat, after a
vehement scratching of his Carroty ; pate 'an'
its myself that can shui your honor tof a fair
the pusheensl Faith its luck I thought iV it
whilleluh !' And he made his exit in high glee
With hh? successful interpretation. '
It happeijed that upon this identical morning
Pat's domestic cat had; achieved her aicoHch-
xncut; th(e event of whtcl) natl been an increase
to his family to the extent of five, h.ne thriving
comely kittens, orpurs!ieens,as Pat would term
ttietnin u.is .native pai:iut-u.; uucui uigseas
in accordance, as he imagined, with his gtiest's
d irec t io nSj brought &o the k ii a fe, diimein biered,
fricasseed, and ill proper time duly served fnp
for dinner. The.dish prpved savoury; Monsieur
smarked his lips, and. on ,the -ensuing- day, a
repetitfonfof the precio article was ordered
on the next day aii.f?r core on ifte .next si';-ae
cipo; and sof oj juintif .j:hd- sisth wlinf Pafes
pnsIieens'-werfeiVx.haqsildyvhe made his appear
ance beforp hjstgueSt with an unusually tsoinbre
cast of v isage. : f fJ-if T f : r- -f f iff -
'Pigeons' said the Frenphmam f 7:p ': v.'-tf f;
f taJl ne yrhonS' f returned Pat an'
the borrow otfe. more, in .the parish for-, love - or
money, barrin the ould cat,; that's, bceit- mousin
lfcre thee- fcrar years come nfextf Patrickmas
.Tbu tat If ejaculated the Frenchmali. . f ' ;f
. .. VV hat else r cried 1'aw. v' V '"f
'Cat!' re-eoKoejl the Frenra
ble emotion of thstpmach; and - countenaace;
;Pat.5peiiedhis moutHff scrahed hisj head,
and looked; aghast. - M onsieur storhid j spat,
and raved by turns. Pat serateVed. and scratch
ed again, and at .1 e ng t h ' an eda ircisien&nt'tq6i.
place.,;f "wfv-f v-f. -:y- p t'-?
X v WeT canhbt say "preti efy whether or nbt- the
st omach primp h ad been i live n ted befoi'S : this
period ahd conseiquent!y;whethrljt'w
req.fidno:j$his.baonf but itf is, certain;
that sotfrids ;afifeymtiarti8';wbntd ha vef evinced
that siich'an instrument had been used eiFecta
ally upon the. tnteriof !onsieurf Frertchmari
who had-been loxuriating-apdn hud : did-vnot
fil to recollect, to the last day of his life, Pat
DarkatiVpigeons. - -jV ,S , - I
: 'AVWestern Judge recently gave'' vept to
his detestation of 'bad liquors,1n thefollow-
i .---' . - ..t ii ' - s
mg' charge! r'Grentleman -of.the "Jury:
Pure, nriadulterrted liqiior-is a "wholesome
, : - - - , ; . , - ...
and pleasant beverage: and as far as expefi-
f e it .- : .....' V.- j , - r i .
pnpe of the , Court - extends, conduces to
i v u is' ' x it ,
ers from below will send up into this rbeau;
tiful country, so blessed -with the smiles of;
a- benignant .- Creatorr such a miserable
am - r v Ii - 1- -
quantity of liquors, as the proof shows this
i1- zt .:-ri.li. r x j i.i - - .lfa. .
.1 . . . - n. .
tneycannot recover, , - - : ;
Dan Tucker, who has so often.been.ififormed
to "get out of the way," has been at last run:
oVenby therars, ' I . , 1 j . f
' j- . 1
.cojitndtpantalponS y&it,vik. have had" a
qakcr inecting of anhonr's jenp-tb, I tirVa'k'
prd that coal'Iokeo yoibbut?' f - fi
r 4 What did you say my: dear? he asks, after
a few' moments' silence. - . f i v ;-
.,' Did you order tfytt coal 1 spoke tqf yoh
about?' - &fV -f i- k.- W y 1
v Indeed; iriirH am'verrr; fbiit I
forgot all abodt it J It shall come to-m orrow.
't . Another hour's silence, which is relieved
by the babys cryjngr Xnd rather liking to
Lear a noise of some.sozi, I make ;no effort
to quiet him,- - - V f . " -' V
My dear, said Mr Snow, after he cried, a
minute or so, 'hadn't yoV better give the
baby some catnip tea to uiet him?: he traS-
bles me'.'., --'f'li Vvv'::" v:Vf f cvi
- The baby is still, andnothcr hour passes
The baby is still, and,nother hourpasies !
away wituouii a Dreatn.oi noise. ' becoming
tired of silence, T take a' lrrip and retire ibt
the night, leaving Mr S. ko . engaged with
his papers that he doe3 not' see me leave the
rooni. ff ..-f Y'r Y r- J'i . , ' ; f-... -----
Towards midnight he comes to berl, and
-. .- ' w - i - ' . i " .1 ' w ti r I
just as he has fallen ta slep the baby takes
a notion to cry again.: x rise as quieuy as
possible, and try to stillfhim. While I am
talking the room :with th(f small Snow in my
arms, ournext- a boy off three y ears begins-
to scream at the tog of his " lungs;
What can 1 do? There U no. course but to
call Mr Snow;, so I call out: Mr Snow! Mr
Snow! Mr Snow! ". f7
The third time he starts up and replies:
tAYhat, Tim more copy?':.;', ,: . r .
As though I was ..llm- tnat. iitt-ie aeyil.
r'unninjr about his office! I replyf rather i
coolly, : No, I don't want any mre copy
I've had. enough of that to last my lite ume;
I want you to see what .'tommy is crying
about.' , . - " . , '
Mf5noV ' malc(V.rTraie- effort to
rouse himself, as .ToK . yjBtops'to-take breath
he falls to sleer ag,ileaviDg me f pacing
the room in as much rexation as I can com-
fbrtably contain. 1 . f" -.
' "The next mornins: at breakfast, when
rr'ivc Tt finnw nti i'norviTtk nfmT last, nitrht.'s
i. l'i,l ' .'t'nl
adventure, he- replies; Indeed, my dear, I
am sorry-the-children troubled yo'u;' ; ; f f
That- is always the way. If I complain, it
is, indeed, my dear, I am sorry, but should
the very same thing occur . the" suVisequent
night i directly before his eyes, , very likely
lie would not see or knpw anything about it,
.unles3 .it happened to interrupt the train of
his ideas." Then he would propose catnip
tea, but before I can get it into the infant's
stomach, he will be far; away in the -realms
of thought, leaving me not a little -exed at
his apparent- stupidity. - ' ' - ' - : ' " -
' Mr n'dw knows the name of every - "pap'ei
published in England, France and Germany
but he can't, for the life of fhiin, ' t'elL the
names of Ins own children. He knows, just
tne age of every- American joiirnaf but he
does notknbw the age of his dwn Viaby. tie :
knows iust now "onedf'his '"'contributors' looks i
butTldori't believe .ne.!caht:-"wheth'eir'ftay.
eyes are bladk or blue. " ' , -. - r . "
f f The .world saysMr Snow is getting inch;
all I tiiow about it is, he gives me ; money
tqxlothe and 'feed ourboys, a;id that, top,
.witlidiitja cdmplainfof- poverty, I hbpetne
wor Idas right m opinianjanfi when - 4 . am
lullysatised,that, itfis, IOshatl advise;; im
lo. resign his editorial honors', and pend -a
few months in becoming acquainted with 4 bis
wife and children; ; he little onei 11 ffeei
much flattened ia making i tho acjquaintancb
rjtf so uiterary a gentleman; : .f " r f .
:'iit;WBffltfthat ; Mrffbnes loahed Mr
Smitha liofse, whiehdied while jn his (Smith's)
possessiottiMrj Jones brodfcht sjiii to'rccovet
the value oifthtj horse.attributing.bis death to
bad treatment. )t)drihV the course of the trial,
a witness' (Mr. Brown) was called to thesfand
to testify as. to J10W Mrijmitb treated horses. .
;f iiawytjr(ith:a blandahd cDnfldencehin
vokinVshiile) Wellrsir how does Mr Smith
generally",";-ride;ftj horse ?'..jf"--5f
-f Witness-4-(with a very Wrrry twinkle in his
ev otherw ise imperturbable3) A straddle, ; I
, fcawyerCwUh a scarcely pefcujptible.; flush
hf vexatioiunon his cheek, but- still speaking
in his smoot h est t'ones)-' But, sir what gait
. fw he ridf
LawyerChis bland je ono and his voice
cijrrhtlv huskv)- but now does he riae when
"1T "fth Others? v f -r, k- -vfe-
in jomPa J - -: . ?f f P ' i-
'Witness - Keeps op u bis horse is aolc; 11
' "p iuihA -. s - - f. .t
not. he goes benind.: .: - ; 5 -
b . . j-a 4,,. ftinr
when hevwas aione. - .-- ,
yer--I hate done withiyonsir, -f "
, .''' ' ' " " " '
' f - :; : . , v . tf i5w
A boor,' emaciated Imnman, having call-
: , Y :h ? --J , - -wof
Arlftohvsician. ma forlon hope, the, latter
- cntUada huf?e mustard-plaster, afad set it on
.Tf: 7 - rxtwt-1atf fVW'Wi
- - . . . ' -i - , ... t
fal Je looking down upon it, said,
ther, docther, dear, it strikes the it s
of fflustard'or io ItttU motif ' ' t :
will gi vefeie' one For fore or Six raoutf s ns it
will 8aveme of som trouble to Co roe ngnhi" I
Received one'SurtiGcate in this State AU4;i
M.reP Jears "a go andTont one quarter 8in
that Have Bin Teaching iif Iowa until fit
Fall, Then went to School at -Oliio Ont
Quarter, and a Reader bf Ohio Jouriia1 with
his Little Experience Would feel t erv Sort v If
should fail withith Success Please Rite as
as ypu get this to ,. O
Yours Very Respectfuliy,
' But upon a. certain bther examination, the"
lollowmg sentence was given him to parse:
f j 'Geofge Washington the father of his coun
try?; j He commenced by saying that .'George
Washihgtbh ivas an irregular, active, transitive
verb;; indicating mode, arid present tense, and
was governed by the father of his country, arid
closed-with the declaration that 'it had been a
-long time since he had looked at his grammar.
and. hoped that if he rhade any mistake that the
gentlemen would excuse hitn ' ,
. At a recent examination, ithe written ques
tion required the applicant to name the several
States intersected by the parallel of SO SO'
xCprth latitnde. f : - : ;
sThe prompt answer of one gentleman gravely
informed us.that there was no such line existing
as- it was reiealed by the ICahsas Nebraska
Bin: j , . f .
Observing his ahwei1 iharked as. erroneous
he scornfully referred ns to the New Ywk.Tri
bitne and left, .evidently impressed with deep
commiseration forour ignorance. . '
, Hbnesty the Bet Policy;
-Nothing is more essential to the .business
man for success in his mercantile pursuits, than
the establishment upon a substantial basis, his"
business nosition and his character for hohestv
andtraight forward dealinGrs. This rjositiori
once attainedjn the Conimnnity, success is alJ
wayajstrre to follow his business operations;
Wtthoutit he becotiiesiike Ihe tansuraptive pa
tisntvkhvays ailing,and subiect to the atmos-
fphrisifeaHgs of the f hour. Ji the ccrr.f:
he IiTes--fi3 known; in the eveuinr, dead fcr
gotte. He is only. referred to as a warning to
other$! avoid hia mistakes and Stecf t-lear oi
his errors; while the honest merchant prospers
I from day to day, becomes beloved atid respected
lFby the" community in Which he mbVes, Success
nanmnn l,tal,, ... A .1, ll I - C I
crowns uis laoors. aim wnen los nonr or n
earthly departure comes he dies t-egretted. and
his memory ever remains grfeent hs a monument
of wort hi of honesty, and the thfee 'elements of
success. . The. old proverb that "honest is the
best policy," is verified over and over again
throughout th6 world.andntnuah who has adop
ted the principle from the love of it, has ever
repented for his choict. While thousands tion
thbuands have'too late seen the mistake of
neglecting its adomonition, -and there by pur
sued the shadow for the substance.
: Hoijesty is the best policyj and the more
thoroughly it is brought into every- minute
transaction of life the greater the success, both
inworjdly as well as spiritual gains.
f otb His "MATCn.We saw a good
thino yesterday: In the Court of Quarter
Sessiohs; a petty 4case was being tried. A well
khowrr criminal lawyer, who prides .himself
upon 'His fekill in 'cross-examining a witness
had' 'ail p'dd looking geniiisiupon whom td
operato fhb. witness was a boss shoe ma
ker. f'You . say,"Sir, that' the prisoner is a
thief?t : , - V '
1 Yes, Sir, 'cause why. shc- confessed it."
' 'Atlfl-you.hlsO swear she bound shoes for
you subsequent- to the confession?" -
-tt;$QYni' y .
tTllenf' giving ia sagacious look to the ,
Courl4--"we are to understand that you em
ploy dishonest people io work for you, even
after ibeir rascalities are 'known?'
"Of course, how else could Iget assis
tance 'jfrom a lawyer?'' " . '
' 'Noi much mde out of that witness.
; 7sfjpAiladelphia . Northern American
tvy j Ajiswering Letters. .
f;Th(?rc are few things so much neglected
in the so-called polite; world as; answering
letters " This arises from an indifference in
someipeople, and a dislike to write in others;
Tne latter ieeirng. is 01 if 11 so mucu mamgeu
in. or hliowed: to' influence the possessor to
such an- extent that' a letter rcouirinr Btx
answer will be left for days and weeks, a
constaiiivand cver-recirrring source, of an-
noyapce and 'reproach, on account of the
unpleasant reminding it.'gives from time to
time oj: tbe neglect: it meets with. Tlris-rc-pugnahce
to - writing migbt sbon be over
coTrief; by obscmng. the following rule: It
is siiupie to answer a letter at the very firt
opportunity-that oilers; it -looKea upon .as
a disagreeable task, the sooner it is got rid
of, tejoetter; but iU.bdvantage would not
rest jhere;, for this practice, if resolutely pur
suedf- Would break down the barrier, and
the lifiiculty would ramsb "-
fj-'f- ' '.
JcruAiijisd brought yon
tbisbiH nntil lm sick nd tired of it,' said
a c-iteVtor of a debtor, tipoh tvhoin he had
called at least forty times.
Job are eh! coolly tejtied the debtor,
f 'Yes I am, was tbe" tesj5oiise. -
- Well,' then you bad better not present it
agaln H There will be two of us pleased if
you! do 'Hot; for to tell tb"e truth, I'm tired
andf etk of 'scefeg that ia dsniical bill cj - s If