SHE FLOWERS COLLECTION
THE f UKEIJ03I OP Tfl hi FKRSS IS IjTSEPJ
jjfuoji the rights op the people.
FAYETTEVILLE, W, C, SATURDAY,,
j VOLUME XX NO. 1.CC4
CT STinirniPTIftSPOa TilE CAROLIXIAS
For a single copy, if paid iiiadvaaee, per anauui, $2 0-
" at Hie cu;i i iiuunn,
at th3 eiil of ij mouths, 3 00!
t tiie ead of tue yr,'. 3 o0
. No subscription will be-receivel for a shorter period
" thaa o ie year u.il3ss p:iil in advance. .
With the viiw of e t :n ling tiie circulation and en-
hancin" th-j mef il.iess of th; paper, the proprietor ot-
V,. F..iiyv;n w.,n.rt-,M low .
v " . .." . . . r. r ir r .1 n rr a e .
5 eoni'is of the Carolinian, 1 year,
R at rs of Ad i crt isln g t
Sivty cents per -qi ire of If lm n. or less, for the firft
an l 3 1 cents for each subso '.eat insertion, unles the
advert'3jnt -nt is p.kb'is'iel for more than two months,
when it will be charged 4
. For thr ;e m" iths, $4 00
For it m-inths - - - 0 00
For twlve mi nt'is, - - - - - 10 00
All adv irt'ts'n n's m i't hare thi dftur?i nnmb r of in
jsert'ois Tivrke l oi thn, or'h Ti ;e hey will h .tn
'aerte l till forb'd aril chargod -ae -oinly. :. Special
" atttntiorfil dlrettrd (a ihi-r requaUiouf
WM. F. WIGUTMW & CO.
CMJIKVT Ci. AVltlOIIT.
AHornry at Iav, PayellevlIl'cW.C.
" Office at the corder oF Cory and Green ttreets.
Feb'y 3. lS."(i.
.J. A. SPEAKS,
ATTOIIXC Y" AT LAW,
TF"NtIm fie TJvirts cf Cumberland, Ilarue
Wake-art I Jchnstcn.
k I lress, Too n :r, Harnett Co., N. C.
Feb. 10. 1 8.1 o. 8.1-y
Attorney at Law,
1" A V K T r K V I !i r, V, , 3f , v
ilay be consulted at the Law Office of Je'se G. Shop
!ierd, Escj., on Green Stieet.
July I'd, ISO'S. 7-tf
' BOAUUbNG HOUSE.
tUe Subscriber is now prepared to aocouimcdate
I six persona with board, in addition to the number
ishe I1U.V has. The building which she occupies is
'conveniently situated on the Donaldson Lot, llay
"iiiouut. and is a good location for a Summer a d
Winter residence. No pains will be spared to make
iier boirder-i comfortable.
February, U. MARTHA IIARTMAN.
A. M. Vnnxiilivll,
AUCTIOSEKR & COM.1IISSIOS MEUCHAST,
East side of Gillespie street.
i F vi?rru vru.n, N. C.
October 1, 1855
Jt A U B ti G FACTOR V,
' BY GEO. LAUDER. .
Nearly opposite to E. V. Wdlkings Aiiclicn Stcre
Fayetteville, N. C.
Oct. I. 1850. v
y. ii. t ur m v a t 6
General Commission Rfcrcliant.
NORTH WATER STREET,
Wil ning'on, JY. C,
vv"ill 'ive prsi'vil att-vition to the sale or shipment of
'ill co nig i-n-i its of NTv.il Stores or other country j
rol 103. a 1 1 aay otii M- r isni'j-s.s eatrasicu to ins care, !
7ill b'i oro n'ltl V attended to.
,. April 18 187. ly
iO.t) )t 15-.
For" which the highest cash price will bo paid.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
White LeAtl and !instcd Oil, lor
S- J. HINSDALE.
A con? tan t supply of arra ite l Gopuine An
ker Ilolting Cbtli all Nos., kept on hand and tor
sale at the lowest prices bv
JAMES MARTIN E.
Jan 30, 16o8.
o in at e
uuoi KBC3IVUD AM) FOR SALlli
I'lantingP.itatoe's ( I'ink Eycaud due .Apples.
Also, a fresh supply of llaisins, Figs and
R. E TIEIDE.
Oct. 24 13-tf foot of Ilaymoaat.
FRESH TURNir SEED.
LA It (J E GLOUE,
R ITT A 15 .VGA.
just received aid feir sale by
Julv 11. 1S57.
1 FAX TED.
'L4'fh4 Bbls. Turpentine at my Distilery
OF4.? ou Person Street at the halfway
Bridge the highest cash- price will be paid.
V.ireh 2J Vi Sm J R McDUFFIE.
EG II SALE.
Heavy 4-4 Peaver Creek Sheetings.
Cotton Yarn, Warp aed Filling, Nos: 3 to 10.
ALSO. , .
Belt, Ficlt.sf, Roller and Lace LEATHERS.
Oils an 1 Manufacturers Findings.
Winter strained. Sparm. Lard and Linseed Oils.
Sliuttlie's Isiagla-s, French Glue, Eniory", Ucller
Cloth aud Glass Steps.
J. II. HALL, -Pres. B. CM. Co.
July 2G. 185 6 fi-tf
. - . . --V 1 ir 1 i- 1
P mOc llils: Varnish ti rn ih tc f f
CAVE FEAIl NAVIGATION" CO.
TIIE Annua) Meeting of the Stockholders will be
Leld in the Town ot b ayettevnie, ca rriday tUe 4th
Jan e next.
MayS, lOO-tm D. A. RAY, Pres. 1
LL persons indebted to the concern of FRANK &
JERRY and J. II. ROBERTS it CO., are requested
to cum forward and settle their bills. If not settled
by the l ist of tins month, they will hnd them 1:1 tue
hands of a Lawful Collector.
J. II. ROBERTS & CO.
May S, lfcSS IPOtf
xue 101 lowing valuable real estate, tiie pror-e,;.-v
; E.'C. ILUl d-;c"d. is od'ered for sale and consist.-, cf the j
j lunuwing iracis
That desirable hla'ce known as -'Rome, coatainin j
about 260 aens with all the imuroveuviats. 1
place will be .Hold eat'. re or divided- to suit purchase
i it being probably one of tha lust business t-tams
; the country, and is v -ry I -sirabie to those wishing
, enter the mercantile business
I Xo l . ( n i i i s t a f f . - a n I - T? r i ck Store (2 tene:
, i : -. i... . r. ..: i t tm-i r t 1:' l en- i
con liriiie. r,nu is a very a ;s;ra ie -a.m -i ......... ... .
No 3, Is 3 scant lots in Canip't !H':i. known in Uity
plot. asN'os '(!). 1 1 1. 112. an Iialfot lot 1 --
No 4. Is s. 'dwelling houseaiid lot on Haymoiint,
corner of Plankroad and AdamsSt. A very d;s:ra-
b,( resklence lV)P t,. wllole yt.:ir
6 5, I a Corn Mill and Steam i-.ngincnuu ii".iu,
Of 10 or 1 5 horsepower. This is well worth the at
tention of thoe living where wafer power is not avail
able, and will be sold at a great bargain.
For terms apply to J. II. I1ALL, Assignee.
August 1, 18.-.7. . bl-n
C o nfection
B read , -'C''--' i -V!-
and a vari
Crackers of j;3:A;i ety of ai li
all kinds, cjC!j ju tj1Q
Foot of H lvmoniit, Fayetteville, X. C.
Oct. 24. 1851. 73-y
Persons indebted to Jus. C. McEachin, fiS Guardiaa
of the heirs of John Morrison, dee d, are hereby re
spectfully infVji med, that said guardian hits in u greal
majority of instances endorsed and transferred theii
notes to the undersigned. Also, that our urgent ue
cessities, apart from the reqi irernents of the en iorser
compel us to collect as speedily as possih
lnileoted will tln-relore oi.lige us, a.id themselves too.
by paying up immediately. Wc mist and will sue
where the money is not ferthcijiii'nsj.
N. A. MORRISON.
X. C. If arch 7, 1S57. 40-tl
WANTED -Three lirst rate Workmen, for which
the best of prie.js will be given., and study work. The
price for making Boots. :).7r; icr looting, "2.75; SiiOe
I o). Wanted iiiiaijdiate'y. . .
Dec. 31. 82-tf
rr 11 0 r & FULLEU,
Attorneys nn:I Counsellors
I a U .UBMJiTO Ti X. C.
ROBERT E. TROY & JOHN F. FULLER, have
formed an association for the practice ot their profes
sion in Robeson Co.. only R. E. Troy will nlso at
tend the Courts of Bladen and Celuuibus, and J F
Their Cilice in Lumbertou will be kept "open at .inn
FRANK X. ROO-URTS. & CO, having
leased this Hotel, will be pleased to see their
former patrons and fiiends, assuring them that
thev will use every exertion to please
F.N. Roberts. fJ. G. Smith
Jan. 9, 185S. 63-tf
The Subscriber lias on hand and
For sale. . . .
Coffer, 8a;o-?-s, Tea ,AIol.asscs, S yntp, Salt, Iron ,
Steel) Natl ) Ilirse Shoes t" Nails, A ces,
Ilocs, S.'iorels, S tades, Forks, Trace
chains, 13,'ack Smith Tools, liroicrf
soap, Ca miles, Can das, Sole
Leather, Negro Shoes,
Hats, Blankets 13
Kersein, . Saddles, 11' hips',
Collars, Glass 0 Ptnfij,
Cotton Bagging, Manilla
Hope, JVhitc Lead, Common
..a id fine. C'gars, A' Tohacco,
Poicder, and Shot, and f'iagar,
and many articles not enumerated: all in wiint can
smmiteu ascuean as can ue oougiu. in 1111s market-.
U. W. 1. GOLDoTON.
n vin ! I il " b" L"l L' I
A S AClk. JL I J a. 1 IS K 1
BRICK MASOX ASI PLASTUKKi:. i
NY PERSON desiring work done in .the best
style in the above department, can secure my'
services by addressing me at FayeUevilie, . C. I
5Ii D. McD., will take contracts anv where in the
country, within loo miles from Fayetteville
iroii'pt.attention will be given to the same.
Sep. 12, lso?. jy
The Subscriber having at ilarch Term is.38', of
the County Coart of Cuioberhmd, taken out let
ters of Administration upon the Estate of ti e late
IFhi. F. Wightman, hereby notifies all persons in
debted to said estate to make l'ayini nt, aud those
having claims against the same to present them
within the time required by law "er this notice will
be pleaded in Bar of their reeoverv".
G. W. WIGHTMAN, Aenunistrator.
March G, 1858. 94-
A. A. i'K Jian
respectfully informs his friends and the public, that h
has Oailt up large substantial Brick Buildings at his
Old Stand, expressly for maun tactr.rin r Carriages
Thankful lor the very liberal patronage he lias received
for the last 21 years, he hopes by strict attention to
1 business, with a desire to give satisfaction, to merit a
contiuuance of the same. He wa.rrsn.ts bis work to be
made of the best material and by experienced workmen
in each branch of the business. His work will compare
favorably with any made in the United States, for neat
.J . ...-r.. '
uess and duraVdlity.
He is det'ermineil to sell and do any work in his line
on its good terms a-s any work done elsewbere that is as
well done, lie now lias on hand, finished, the lnr-ert
stock of CAR R I AGES, B A IIO ITCHES, ROCK A WAYS.
AND BUGGIES, ever ottered in this place, and a very
large etock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low. for Cash, or on short time to prtuctnal custom-
.H.. 1 1 . 11. I I V I 1 ITITVI.nnr.
AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and iu course of cou-
;vr ;.r. " :r.:x :"Vrr :".r.'.
) Z35- work made byiiim is warranted 12 months
Willi litll u.-ai;e, fti;u .ii.uuu u iai 1 m 1. v yt 1 iv 111 aiisii I U
or material will be r- paired free of charae. 1
e,.,-ann wishimr tobnv wonbl do we'll tn p.uli i..ii
examine fo themselves.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at short notice and ou very rea
Fayetteville, Oct 1,185?.
! , e ?) .at S3) A'aK5iiv
Wni. Maclntyi-e, offers
"H U'ols prime Lartl, -
95U0 lbs prime Bacon Hog rouud1
- 39a Sueks Corn
Fayetteville, April 3. 1S53
Is now receiving his Spring supply of'
Among which are ,
Prints, Lawns, and Brilliantes:
Col'd and filack Silks; . '
Irish Linens ami Diapers: ; '''"
Farmer's Linen. Twitted and Plain'
. Cashmere and Merino Twills;
White and Col'd Option Hose-
Citiny:-C!o.tbs, No. 0 to 10;
' Slik and Straw Eonnct.sr .
With almost, every article in the L'rxGdWSif
Oiterea cheap for cash or on time in rapinn
Mnv..!, ;t ' 1 " "T
uate of the Baltimore Cental
TIAVrXG scv( n vtars oraetieal pvnor?-
tja,-,"- ! iuie!! i. me ot Miucu tiave
oeen spent in tins piiiee; Dr. B, would
simply state that he is nt'rmauautjy loeatcd here, that
is from the 1st ot "Oct.. to the lirst July each yea-
operations shall compare favorably v ith those previ
ousiv jii-i ioi loeu uy mm.
FftR.. JAMES D ATI S , having
dec ided on lieiuiaTientlv locatinc: in the
, Tow-, of Fayetteville, respect fullj' offers his servi-
cos to the citizens of this place and surrounding
j country. In all the various 1. ranc hes of his Pro
I fession, iaclauhipr the manufacture of Mineral
Teeth, he is satisfied, after an extensive experi
j ence, to which is added a thorough Dental educa
j tion. that he can give entire satisfaction as far as
it is in the power of Dentistry. All irregularities
of the Teeth treated in a proper and careful man
ner, as well as diseases d" the mi uth', - None hut
I the proper foctasir? 'made use of in the various
operation.':- Charges wih be inooerate, that tiie
hem fits in' the Profession may be placed within
the reach of all who may feel an interest in the
preservation of the Teeth.
OOtiiee over Houston's Jewelry Store, where
he will be found at all times.
May 15, 1553 tf
"l.OoXi. OUT IOH T55E bOtOSlOTIVt'
Has. iist received a large and general STOCK OP
uiteil to the
: Sorhig and Summer trade.
, i -f
sit:v.l .-viitl t ai.cy BayCOOns, -
B iot sand Shoes, with almost everything desirablein
thai line. - -
... .... r . I IITT -l' , ..,-.T...T..,. . .
rauiii v -xjiiL. I oiiuotiiits always to ne liau
Goods scld at the lowest prices fGrCASil,or ex
clianged for country produce.
' March. 20. 18.".8. ly-pd
BACOIT, LARD, AND FORK,
IIIIIM. BACON, well smoked.
2.) Bids. Leaf Lard.
?." " Mos; I'oit.
S" Sacks Coa'ec.
25 Dbls Sugar.
4 I Boxes Caa.dy.,
3 ) ' No 1 fcap..
Oranges, Raisins. &c.
The above goods were bought of Commission Mer
chants, a id very cheap for Cash, and will be sold
cbap for Cash caly. . E. F. MOORE.
Atjl 3. I .S,"8 tf
W2H3HE'5r AITD BRANDY.
G&.G&gZ BBLS Corn Whiskey,
ti ) Hbls Apple F.randy,
lo " Domestic do,
1.3 " N. E. Rum.
The above ""Vhikey is the pure Corn Wlnslcey
selected by myself with care, and equal to any
made in the State, and will be sold at the .lowest
market, price for Cash. E. F. MOORE- "
A;.rl ;3, i$r tf
:Ooodoh 'Bands for tBale-
The West rii Rail Road Co., have for sale in
amounts to suit purchasers.
3! 0Kfi of t!, Coupon Bonds of the
V v'9jrt1' County of Cumberland, bear-
4. l. i. 11 - 11
ino j ik4"i Pinr i:irro-jr n:i v:iMa mi 11 11 1 1 xr
the 1st Ju ie and the 1st of December, and run.
uing 2'J vears.
!).).);)) of the Connon Bonds of the Town of
Fayetteville. bearing 1 per cent interest, payable
.,,,,,,,.,11,. 4-', it- r.,n.i.,r.o,i.Olio L t.,i..
on;l running years.
These. ! :i Is were issued in accordance with law
to the Western Rail R ia l Co , to pay the County
and Town subscriptions respectively.
Persorfs havin.g ni :iey will find these bonds (at
the prica the Co is selling them) a better invest
ment in any Rank Stock in the State".
For terms anplv to
C. B. MALLETT, Esq, Pres't.
or JXO. M.. -ROSE, Treas'r
V estern R. R. Co.
March 0. 1353. f)2-tf
The undersigned Building Committee . of Cape
Fear Church, will receive sealed bids, for said
! building until Saturday, the 6th of June, 12 o'
clock, m. The Basement of said building will be
4.) X 63 feet. For particulars address tho Com
mittee. DANIEL BUTLER,
T. W. BE VANE,
5 ad A A . W.TX m 'TT.T..
are now receivinsr our Secone
Stbck of Sp
ring and Summer Good, consisting o.
pacy and domestic dry goodx.
HATS, SHOES, BONNETS AND
j 1 1 tT ti -
i AlI.of wlh "ct rsonally witn care.
' nud a:e oftercd lor sale on tUe usual terms.
ouriug wnscii time ue may oe touniiat Ins pleasantly GAITERS; INDIA-IiUCBEIl SHOES, and every 'the lawyer to liuGalo, and be was glad to see i JJeimonico .s sbail kr.ow us lio more, and at
S! It-insa, 'stNmtTy oisHfline 'T J article in his line. , , l r' ' j his old fried, but X , engrossed in bu- ! Mataran's shall X never again comfort our-
Jl.h teiin.s.ue S I Mul L LASH, no inducement His stock is choice and carefully selected by him-' j.;,. ni. fnP nuKmie f n-n i,.,, , ,,.!, 1 tC ,. , ...
wilt be held out. to the community .to .!! imn if a,i h,, u-iii h,, it t tfiniu s,i vv.Vi siness. oi toi leasons ot .lis ow u, bad not n.utii self u-ltIi my innl-dav snerrv, wmcli did su
I other than that he natters Inmsef that in future all before wircliasinir elsewhere. " Td. FAT7l.lv j time to talk over O.d times, and without intend-J lmK.h r,.fr0Kh us. 1 )rr.;n i Vr, ;m .r.nlil'
; II. & E. J, LILLY.
- May 8, - ... 4t
. N. B. A good supply of Yarns and Sheeting?
now on. hand. H. cfc E. J. L.
Town papers please copy4.
vJiii.M ACINT YRE
" . tct,iTed and offers for. Safe'.
V0mt satinets. Kentucky
-o i'weedi, Denims', Linen Drilling, Irh
ra, Shirbnp, Sheeting, Bodtieks. Bril
Glnbamoi-Fancy Print Cambrick,
iirfo, wif '"arjton Nantook Muslins,
' ; i tU-IMu?Kn Collars, Capes",
.4. rr--' and Under Sleeves.
i rrUuche, Artificiab-. Ribbons
F.,Tape, Coats Spool Cotton,
r '.. apojitaa Btaid, , Straw
.i - i onntptoi Moleskin &
fuue' "re, Matting lyd &
r - hj - !. .
Call soon Kernro n rA
uui:aiu null n.iit; in u.i'v. I -
; - j '
,-J-lJ-?- Uiie or tiie largest, hand-
'".C-frr soniest and cheapest
fWO BOOTS AND
tVfKVi ilOLfc, Ladies' GAI-
mmm 5L""Lts,. Ladies' GAI-
Gm2 JERS, sitiVi and bolorx-d;
and beautiful ; pattern:
YOUTH'S and CHILDREN'S BQ()TS, SHOES and
rAII who have lost their soles come fa-.
ward, and -hev will be renewed for Seventv-firp epi t
1'OWN PROPERTY FOR SALE.
The undersigned wishing to remove from this places
offers for sale the following property viz:
One House & Lot in which he liow resides
in pood repair
One Lot acre cast of above.
One do 1 do fronts on Franklin & Mump
ford Streets ou which is a very comfortable
Also the Blacksmith shop on Mumpford St,
Persons wishing to purchase can obtain any infor
mation by calling cu G. W. I. Goldstox, Esq.. or the
undersigned if mere convenient. L. WOOD.
April ii, 0-?m
FOR SALE OR RENT.
The dwelling House and Lot on Hay Mount, near
the Donaldson Academy joining W J Yates and others
lately occupied by Hector McMillan Esq., with a weU
of good water & Garden in front. It will be sold a
bargain or rented to good tenant on reasonable tt rms
'spplyto JAS. MARTINE.
Also tiie two Sory Ware House ou Church St. near
Presbyterian Church. .
April 24, 92-tf
L to work on the Fayetteville and Western
1 Roal Sections 10 11 & 18 milos from Fayettevi le
i ot whom the highest price will be paid by calling on
I . 1 . ... . . 1. . . 1
, '" ou wuiu.
d. g. & av. Mcduffie.
Congress Water, for sale bv
Aug."l5 63-tf . J. HINSDALE.
STA!t5l At WII.IIAIS,
HAVE removed to the two brick Stores in the West
?nd of ti? Fayettevilfs Hotel building, where they
are acw opening their . .
Xsf GrOod for this Spring,
recently selected by one of the flrm in the Noi tliern
markets, which will be offered for sale to their reglar
customers on the usual teraj :
.--All persons who wish to buy Goods cheap at
WHOLESALE, are respectfully invited to call, and
examine this stock, at our new stand, West end Of
Fayetteville Hotel building.
J. B. Staru. J. M. Williams.
May 1st 9D-tf
rHE Subscribers haying associated themsicves
together in the practice of Law, under the
name and style of CAMERON AND
SHAW, will attend the County and Superior
Courts of Mooi'e, Mcritgorh"eiy, Anson, Richnio'Ad,
anil it obeson. All business entrusted to them will
receive their careful and prompt attention.
Address Cameron and Shaw, Attorneys at Taw,
Rockingham, Richmond ounty, N. C.
Joxin W, Cameron. John D, Shaw.
May 1, 1858. ly
BUSHELS OF CORN
for sale by
ST ED MAX & IIOIINE.
muiuuia :e on uaj treei, ociong
nig to Mrs L Ilyhai t ind recently occu oied bV B F
iiZ,- k-n n-H-...,i .v.,. i. . -
. . 1 . -- vu 10 uu uiiv,ii.u iui irui.
Also Miss E Hy hart's town Residence is offered for
rent. For terms apply to
April 23 Wm. BOW
FOlt UKXT. LKASE OIL SALE.
a a 1 nut ucMiauie resilience on
AifcCK r..: 1.. x' .1 i - 1
iiiti iiiaiueii ijiiiie, lieariue liai'.roaa 17T&-"
"Lsf and at. nrt-spnt -rin,ir.1 U.. -.
'""'tiii i.i.iiun imiutu tiiner ior
iwent, Lease or Sale, rossessi
ewirh?niif lresTU b &iV Vt0
wishing it, at any time they may de-
Dwelling, Out-houses and Stables are
'ti. .. !.
.11 : ,1 r rtL . ...
in joou lrpair. x ne siuianoii is very conven-
iof t.x u,,.i : " f...-:
erms apply to JAS. M. VAXX.
b ay etteville. May 8, 1858. 10-tf !
The whole World is invited to take a
ree ride 011 the Western Hail Road, on the 4th of July
i5S. We do not know precisely the hour wLeu the
rata will move: but na feersona will be admitted to
ke a seat in the Ladies' Car unless they are neatly
tressed. ..Old and youBg gentlemen, will you not icel
adly disappointa-wben you attempt to get a seat ia
ae Ladies' Car and you will tie refaW?
WOODWARD'S CLOTHIXG EMPOKltM ..
a convenient and for a.few dollars, you can procure
v sait whica will give you a free ticket in the Ladies'
Call sooa and make your selection. - . . ,
A. J. WOODWARD.
Market Souare, two doors below S. J Hiasdale.
May 8, l00-4t
rr- V1LLE, N. c.
A Country liawyer ca hasd for his City
Five and twenty years ago. when the West
ern region senretly settled when the country
bar room was the place cf common resort, situ!
before those old fashioned bar room stories
had degenerated into the gossip uow generally
heard in every drinking saloon, there was a
J certain set -of good -humored, free and easy in
dividuals whose custom it was to "forgather at
theiii,r," of Old , in EHicottville, Ca-
! taraugns County. Conspicuous among t!se set
was Counselor G
whose roily.!), vet
teady wit has spread his fame far and near
; j throughout that region of country. Another
member was a geuusman wnom Ae will call
, .- ' ....
fe.jniiwAiTiajCI!np j nwnr nmnv . wfn.
aua q'l!aig mugs oi uoi uiu, a -iiinu UilUOit
I , uut nine M a leu i m jm vuiji.i , .is n
does others, and the subsequent history of the
. counselor and worthy Mr X , was as di-
verse as their fortunes. G , plodded on
i verse as their fortunes. G , plodded on
with his "caprises" at Elhcottvilie. X
: i fine time became engaged in respectable du-
. .. fa 1 .
tii s 1 ere
Legal business, at distinct intervals, called
! ia it. probably, gave him the cold shoulder.
The man of the law noticed this iii'lifiefeiice,
and possessing in wit what the other did
rhina determined to ascertain whether A. -
really meant to cut him or net. Meeting him
i'n the street next l ay', lis said
"X , my old iriend how d'do?"
"Very well, how are ybu?"
"I say, X , I've noticed several
times lately that yon have rather avoided me
than othewise, and I ain't goin' to stand any
such gammon .'
Why, wlidt '
'We used to be mighty good friends up in
EHicottville, and I don't know why we should
not be here.'
'But my dear Sir.'
'Oh, it's no use talkin'; just go in here now,
und treat, as you used to '
'Why, I've just had my breakfast, and don't
want anything; besides 1 am in a hurry to get
to my business; but 1 ii treat you it you want
me to.' , . .
'Well let's go in.' .... ,
And they entered a small 'one horse grocery'
where the 'cheap and nasty' was dealt out by
the small. X gave a, nod to the mixer,
behind the bar, and said:
Just give my friend here some beer, and
wi it. crackers und cheese he wants, and change
it to mi l' 'uiidng to G , he remuiked, ,
'von must excuse me now, I've a irree mu.i v
things to aiienu io, anu qui siay any iu;.gei ,
after which he left.
Well, if that isn't cool,' says G
l 11 I
X ill iitj jm.t,
Having dispassionately imbmea ins Leer, be
stopped a moment to consider.
'I say bar keeperl' r
'What'li you have, sir?'
'Have you got plenty of crackers and cheese?'
'How much will the cheese weigh?'
'About sixty pounds apiece.'
'Full sixty? . ., ,
'Sixty, and no mktahe.'
Well, just send over to the Farmer's Hotel,
where I stop four cf these cheeses, and three
barrels of crackers, and charge them to Mr X ,
will yon! You heard him say I was to have
what, crackers and cheese-1 wanted?'
'Yes 'Sir '
'Well, send them down son, because I ex
pect my team'll be there in a little time, and I
shall want them all ready.'
Certainly7, sir.' -I'lie
iVnV clieenes and tftre.c.bsr.rels of crack
ers were sent down, and in the course of time,
Mr X. was presented a bill for the same, which
he said, confessing at the same time, that al
though rather.expcnsive, thr- joke was, neverthe
less, a gooil one. lie never afterward gave the
cold shoulder to Councellor G.
KEMARKAnLE Ksc'ArE Fkom Death. A num-
I ber of boys were playing ball, in the Borough
on Monday last, w hen the ball falling into a well
a little son of. Mr. Samuel Campbell, about ten
vears old. went to look for it and loosing his
balance was precipitated to the mot tin, a it,s-.l"1" p auopiorcu ucnotalntg s!,.-!!i inten
taiiee of 45 feet, their being 15 feet of water '; ding to keep it as a relic, bu U.iding it rather
in the well. The bucket attached to the wind- ''avy, threw it down, wheu it iustaatiy exp'ir
less rope, was sunk quite to the bottom, at the ;0d, and killed, him a'tu.t ?--'.e:ihg the iiei:d.
time, and as the little fellow rose to the . niy- I !'!'"-,J1 body, completely cutting of hi right
face he caught hole the rope witli 0113 hand, ', h'g. The remains were brou.-;ht to the pi n'
and with the other, reached for and secured Wnelu;e they were haned Jlis eo'!p.imo:i e--the
ball which he deposited in his pocket- thci ;"'Pcd w ith a slight scratch upon the bp. O 1
seizing H13 rone with the other hanel" also sang;1'1- following day two R.jsshins were kdl-d
out to those above, "Pull me up, boys, pull n;e
1 Up!" They commeccd turning the wmdlas, thr
; 1 1 1- 1 1 1 11 1-1 1
i boy Holding on by his hand, bv w hich alone
1 - - ' . ; . ...
he was supported during the w hole distance i f
his fearful ascent; the bucket hanging some
way. he-lew hifeetj .When a JWt the way u,
his father arrived in a state of great excite
ment, and looking over the curb, and the little
y.aelter, catching his eye, cried, out, "lie!
the boys, Pap, "help the boys pull me tip."
; Arriving safely or. terra firma, witu but a vv
slight bruise on the head probably y biniviui
' the bucket at tile bottom of tiie well, as strung,
; 0,.nl111fri'.l nothin"- i
fs t "lay appear, he v
' h-s decent till lie struck the watei ue u'
' Iitq d neon f till tie stl
T p " ", . , ., 1 ;n,,,,,.,li itev
hnm lamrpd his clothes, ajic ..inimeuijit ly
commenced his ball-pbiymg sport wo
. L .. -V-.. I Jo lifiil lm imeiied !
panions, asn nounn;Teiuaittau.w , v
the fbltowins Pithy correspondence rcecnt!
naRpA between a Baptist and a Methodist
; , . . . , . ...,,
clergyman, it is sate, in a cuy v...e..i. a-
reviTa l)as been in progress:
, Mtbndkt lerrrvmaii "De;i'
Baptist to Method st clergyman le.i
IJrotiier: 1 suan . .irajuiic omt .wn.vvo
morrow; if any of your converts prefer to bi
baptized in our mode, I shall be happy to oup
tize them, as candidates for your church "
.. Methodist to Baptist clergyman "Deai
Brother: Yours received. I prefer to wash
my own sheep."
'Dcestick3 Gets X.Iai-risa.
Vfe'v taken a partner for Y,i nrd I've
got a wife. In my room a pair cf hrovv
g-ahers rccupy the con.ef where ct.r boot
jack used to hnnc;, jumI we Hatter onrse.vea
th;jt I've r. nde a good burg.-iin in the ex
change. 1 now t::ke a rei ev.ed interest in
the ju ice of beef, a::u we bully tiir butcher
vith the v.lr of a res-.ect.-sble i ; Vv.nri.
We buy my. potatoes now DiVic 'i'und we are
not to be bauibooik d (-ut cf 53V niTV change
by anybody. Bbt 1 a:n rot "a 'malefactor,'
ami x urn not co on a 'train
1 T ,i: i i
' We have
finished all mv 'trains,' and I
claim for oursejf the name of a correct and
sober inuhiduaJ. . Ueer we will not take in
to my mouth, and our lips shall be scaled
when the festive 'cocktail' would tempt me
1 6r th jsreui il ';,de:,' or the sednctiv e 'siiiaslw' J,
jVCri!EMM? .our r
seir 13 T Sf (r uXi- ww - iiIc-uOl
rov nmpsfic Iiti.
my 'domestic life.
Triangle, uv'aunt! -Jci
ret theo be-
hind me! ifarcweight, arlnt iliee! Tying,
my jolly" joker, u;tv?n with thee will 1 take
'" - J : ' . , ; ; ' Vv
! ;,r aCCUSt0m1 jU' ' 1j" V'' see
! ee s niyniend and onrjoeose contnbat(
I but thou and I, Henry, have ta ken our la
our accustomed 'nip.' 'ilW. 1).,' we esteem
'swig' from your little private wicker bottle
temt me not. . '
Vr.e are not r, her.ediet, and I am deter
mined to. hecet.-io respectable, steady and se
rious. I have invented nn anti-b iehelor'cj
niultiplication.tisLle, which we have learned
by heart, und which I commend to the c;u .
ful coiifideratioii ci' the ri !t ni .- :
Twice two 'siaashes' buys a box of hair-
, Twice three 'colliers1 buys a pair of ear
1 wice four 'lap-ers' buys a pnir of irlovca
Twice live jit4ep3' bavs a breast pin (fe
m.'iie.) Twice six 'punches' bays a linin cellar (fe
male.) Twice seven 'ales, Ir.iyes a pair of shoel
J. v tee esjrnc- 'touuies. uys a. caneo tiiCii,
with ch-tli enough for ;i bas.pie and panta
Twice nine 'bitter?; bny., a summer boii?
net, (and leaven a t-vifie towards the veil anc.
Twice teir 'sangarees' buys a pair of stayi
(machine-stitched, with patent eyelets and
: embroidered 'down the i.eck.S
Tivice flevea s7iii?-. Jriva ' rnlTnr alut
um er-sh eeves. (ami leaves ,-i b il
a balance to-
' Wir';5 1
! r . .
J .vice twelve Urandy st-raij,- it. 4" are o-ood
pairs or lone: scoc-kiay,-s and ii lairasol.
so on throuivh, ending up wilh
Twelve tinierf twelre ba.s.'iet'S 01 chnm-paig-no
pttys house rent fer a year, aad leaves
a. mar;iii. .
It's astonis .ir.o- how much I've learned of
the mysteries of female apparel in ten da vs.
I know that the (h-.-ir creatines trim their
bonnets with foundation muslin; (hat it takes
throe bredtlm and a half to make a dress,
and that, the lower ed:eof t?n :r white skirts
's always hem-stitched v ith laee-werk.
Lood-)ye, bacneiorouai. We ar
ried individual, thouo-li !,1, a.-, ovc
a ma r-
con-uera OiC reservation, youis,
Ol.D SrlEI.T.S is .S'ta.A.ToPOb Ib.nWIVG Ur. -
corcspoa.lciit writing froai Scbat,,j,0 s:;ivs-
" Tiie bonil-'Sliells stl'eWil ;;!). ". tU. (.jty
roig toe siege a te siiii loing the work of death'
No less than eight dealhs,' I tlot.k, ha v . bee r
cans d by expiosions of theso imss'des since my
arrival, hardly a y-i ir since. O.dy a few d iv
og', two seaiiicii belonging to" t he J'i-.. ;"U
slcamcr Beyrout, can.e ou siio.-j m-ai (..:; ship
yard, and for a few moment--, were convei-ing
witli .Mr Ooivin. I'iuy then storied for a
walk to the Redan, qmte near our reshb-nco
and ou reavhbig t he lireastwM k. one of then.
" ' siinu'ar niiini.cr, while pickhig out tho
stopper of a s'o 11,
!".!': L'S :-J';i!Ni; IN
Watchtow er, in an i.Meiv.-rteiir review of Rrof.
Tnomey's last rejiort on the Gcuiiv.v t Ai' iba
ma, states t'eit near the line befueeu 1 1 ;i acoel,;
and Lawrence, there is a sj rieg f ipiid hi a
men or mineral tar, which hs sa'.l to be -i iac
.vhat remarkable f"f its cuiniivc pt-; . ; t'c-.':
indis'said to n known cure for fcrofnia, can
cerous son s, rheumati.-i'i aud other d.'sea yes ii
which alteratives are rerjuireff. The wafci
runs out Jro:n a seam or crevice in
?to:ie aud tar of biliiiiien floats en" tl
a oiaciv mam, veiv couesive anu insoluiiic! u
. ii..?. . 1 , . ,
-vater. The tar eairbu collected, und patients'
visiting the springs frequently take it in the
I'orm of pills.
Hcwto Cooi. WATrif If it is desired to Ce-or'
vater for drinking io warm weather stud ice.
aunot be obtained for this uriiose, lit it be;
iept in an ungbized earthenware pitcher, wrapt
round with two or three f'oid.i oi" course- cot to:i,
loth kept censtaiitly wet. The tltcorv of
ooling water 4n this manner; is the absorption
if heat from it, by the evaporation of the utoist
ire iti the cotton cloth expansion producing
cold and couipressiou neat ;