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E XI NO. 10,09
: : : , ... . :. J
I I " ' TWTiTr B A Trm ! JAMES KYLE
T K il M S
OP V itscitu no.v KUll THE CA
Kor a dingle cjpy, if paid in advance, per a
" " at the cud of 3 mo-
at the end of 6 mc
" ' at the end of the j
-N'o subscription will be received for a 8
'.ha a one year u-iL-w nii.l in idpance.
With the vi-w of extending the ciroul fob and en
jaachig ihs u efalii:S3 of the paper, the p etor of
fers the following; remarkably low j?
'LITR RITES, I.Yl'ARIABLY I.Y J.DVAJS CE:
." copies of the Carolinian, I year, f8 00
10 i. it u jl5 00
, 3 50
Kate of Advert telnet
,iixty eent per square of 16 lines, orles?
ji'l SO cents for ench aub.-equent insertioi
i-ertisein'-nt I published for more than
it will be charged
.- i-t,r three mouths, '- - - -For
ir months. - - -
? . Iw -ive months, - - - -' - i9;00
vll Auveruai 'its mast have the desired l;?W,er?
Vrrts iT.-fr:':- f rhrm, on&er..7-?B "Ttic mil b' in-
j-'i-ted till forbui and charged accordina j'- Special
i I n I ion is ilirtctetJ to this requisition.
for the first
twro me nth 9,
ni. F. WICiHTMA1 k CO.
ri,KMKXT (i. xvmoin
l lonicy at Ia-, h'a ycl tevi 11
OHice at the corner of I'.ow and Grec
!-'el)"v .'i. 1S5C.
.1. A. SrRARS,
ATTORNEY AT LA1',
Vl'TKVDS t bo Courts of Cnmberl ad, Harne
V-.tke and .rohtiston.
ildre-ss. Toomer. !I:
l-eb. 111. l.Sjll.
V A V K r T K V I I, I, K , BT
,fay be consulted at tlie Law Office of
herd, 12 -q..
on (Jreen Stre
The following valuable real estate, the property o j
E. C. Hall dee'd. is offered for saleaud consists ot tne
following tracts :
That-desirable place known as Rome, containing
about 260 acres with all the improvements. This
place will be sold entire or dividedto suit purchasers,
it being probably one of the best business stands in
the country, and is very desirable to those wishing to
enter the mercantile business.
No 2, Consists of a Lot and Brick Store (2 tene
ments in Cambleton, on Bridge Street near Claren
don Bridge. rnd is a very desirable stand for business.
No 3, Is S vacant lots inCampbellton, known in City
plot asNos 109, 111, 112, an half of lot 113.
No 4, Is a dwelling houseand lot on Haymount,
corner of Plankroad and Adams St. A very desira
ble residence for the whole year.
No 5, Is a Corn "Mill and Steam Engine and Boiler,
of 10 or 15 horsepower. This is well worth the at
tention of those living where water power ia not avail
able, and will be sold at a great bargain.
For terms apply to J. H'. HALL,, Assign..
August 1, 1857. ... -'l:-
Is now receiving his Spring supply of
Among which are
Prints, Lawns, and Brilliantes;
Col'd and Black Silks;
Irish Linens and Diapers;
Farmer's Linen, Twilled and llin;
Cashmere and Merino Twills;'1
White and Col'd Cotton Hose;
Bolting Cloths, No. 0 to 10;
Slikand Straw Bonnets; &c.
With almost every article in the Dry Goods 4ine; ill
of which has been purchased by the package at the
late sales in New York and Philadelphia-: Will be
offered cheap for cash or on time to paying customers,
March 20. 93-tf
7T TTr 1
O AbU Negro Men wanted by the Subscribers
Ot) to fork on the Payetteville and Western
Rail Road Sections 10 1 1 & 18 miles from Fayetteville
of whom thhighest price will be paid by calling
the Subscrilirs on the work.
t d. g. & w. Mcduffie.
March 27t 94-tf
FAYETTEVILLE, X. C.
R SALE OR RENT.
The dwellffc House and Lot on Hav Mount,
A Romantic and. Pathetic
. 'keal Life.
The'Cleveland Herald relates the follow
ing affeeting narrative, which is represented
tive home, with which he
io Communication since his
e. On learnino; the sad
M occurred in the meantime
75 accompanied the sister to
tojs.and after the necessary
re made he started with
near j to be no less true than strange:
the Donaldsoi Academy joining W J Yates and others
of good watefrk Garden in front. It will be sold a nient ot a paintul story, equal to the most
"We yesterday learned the denounce-
E ''IS '-3SS ''4-5 '-35 ;-S 5 c : 1 V3 S I '
Graduate of the Baltimore Dental
bargain or rajtod to good tenant on reasonable terms
apply to I . J AS. MARTIN E.
Also the tf Sory Ware House on Church St. near
April 24, E s?-tt
C o nfectioii;
and a vari
ety of arti
cles in the
Foot of Haymount, Faytteville, N. C.
Oct. 24. 1851. 73-v
Persons indebted to Jas. C. McEachin, as Guardiau
of the heirs ot John Morrison, decd, are hereby re
spectfully informed, that said guardian-has in a great
majority of instances endorsed and transferred then
notes to the undersigned. Also, that our urgent ne
cessities, apart from the reqeirements of the endorser,
compel us to collect as speedily as possible. All those
indebted will therefore oblige us, and themselves too,
by paying up immediately: We must and will sue
where tne money is uui lurHitiwuiug.
A. if . i J n. iv i a yj .
J. M. MORRISON
N. A. MORRISON,
Laurinburgh, N. C, March 7, 1857. ' J
Subscriber is now prev-weA to
- , i i .... 1 : .... A a;
-iix ni'i'snna wun ooaru, m nm
siie no.v has. 1 lie imuain;
vtii,'ntlv situated on ih
..,,.4 ,i .rood location for:
ivn,.t..r r,.sidencc. No oains will be s-ired to make
her boarders eomtortaun
a the number
ha ooo.upies is
ivi tti tne r a d
A. I. Caiiipbel i
UCTIOSEEH & COMMISSI9 ERCHANT
:a of -i"sft at ee.
T A R II I, R PACIORV.
BY GEO. LAUDl
early opposite to E. W. Willkin
fayetteville, N. (
TO Wj PROPERTY FOR SALE.
The undertened wishing: to remove from thife tdae
College. fe?iwn-ii(iwitnr nronprtv viz
m. " " " Vk I 1 1 f
tt a .wn wars nractical cxw'xi One Hnns j-yni.ijivipica ne now .resides
eiice in 1 r-mi , I'vt,- oi wuicn na
been spent in this place: Dr. B, would
simply state that ho is perrnanantly 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.
Histermsare STRICTLY CASH, no inducement
will be held out to the community to call upon him
other than that he flatters himsef that in future all
operations shall compare favorably with those previ
ously performed by him.
Jan. 23. 83-tf
IZS AO 3 v2
DR. JAMES DAVIS,
decided on permanently locating
Town of Fayetteville, respectfully offers his servi
ces to the citizens of this place an.l surrounding
country. In all the various branches of his Pro
fession, including fcthe manufac ture of Mineral
Teeth, he is satisfied, after an extensive experi-
to which is added a tnorougn aw .i
that he can give entire satis tion as far,, as
it is in the power of Dentistry, irregularities
of the Teeth treated in a.propi. and careful man-
as well as disease , tne " jsone nur
maclo uss oi in i in.: vanours
n - moderate, tl-at the
One Loti acre east of above.
One do do fronts on Franklin & Mnmp
ford Streets on which is a very comfortable
Alfo the Blacksmith shop on Mumpford St,
Persons wishing ti purchase can obtain any infor
mation by calling on G. W. I. Goi.dstox, Esq., or the
undesigned if more convenient. L. WOOD.
April 17, 97-3m
TROY & VIaS
Attorneys and c,lor9
rilMBEUTON N. C.
K JOHl i t -t tu;
Trov will also at
tend the Courts of Bladen
. -t , Pi 11 ty nprii . , t
b utler iD08euiw--- , a will tje neptopen ai aia
Their Office in la""
.,fKT K. TROY
rnrmed an association for the praq
tice OJ weir proics-
an 'i rOV will aiw
sion in koocsou .a Columbus, anu j x
loniii-irv J7 1
ICS. . -
ct. 1. i8oi;
V. II. TUItLli
ieieral Ciimniisslon BI
Wil nlasrl.on, iVL.1
the proper metals irt
operations, cnarees rna
benefits of the.ffio may i'el an iutc
the reahoh'of the Teeth.
PrOftice (er Houston's Jewelry ire,
he will be found at all times.
May 15, 1858 ,
44 LOOK OUT FOB THE bO(nOTvli,
A BAR GAIN CAN BE HAD.
HE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
The Materials of the North Carolina Argus
Printing Office. The establishment consists oj
two first rate Washington Presses, one fcr news
paper and job type. The newspaper type are but
very little worn and the largest portion of job type
are new. It is unnecesavv to enumerate, the se
lections were made by persons of much typograph
ical experience and taste and are as complete as
any. in the Sto.
Any perjj wishing to purchase can get a bar
gain by-" --i Application to
rAyetteville, June, ltnID MURPHY.
J. W. LETf
n-ocniKtrfieeived a large ana g
GOODS suited to the Spring
c;!tio- of a choice seiecior.-of
L,U113" - - "
tnle nd Pauley OU
al STOCK OF
Bootsand SAoes.with alrnHt evf fsirablein
tbpRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always be had
AT E T T S. -! -
-rr-- JrrewilJ be nle tb see their
former patrons and friends yisuring them that
they will use every exertirto please
F. N. Roberts. J f J. G. Smith
Jan. V, Jo8.
Goods sold at the lowest prices forC il, or
changed fot country produce. -March.
2Q. 1858. ly-pM
FIRST PUFF OF Tin:
The Subscribe? is happy to announce the arri
val of the Locomotive, "George McNeill" on the
Fayetteville and Wes-rn Railroad. Said Iron
Horse actually cam, yesterday from the River to
the Railroad Station across Hay Street. I wish to
wform the citizens of Fayetteville and the country
generally that I have just received a fresh supply
ot goods in my line.
tor sale at low prices.- The Stock consists of Dry
Goods, Groceries Crockery, Shoes and Confec-
,,Se wishinS to obtain good bargains,
had better call at once for the Locomotive will not
wait for them long.
fayetteville, June 26.
Will give personal attention tir 'e or shipment of
ill eo'isigntneiits of V:ivai S6res rjf ther country
produce, and aav otlior unsiness enti i0d to his care,
will be nromplit attended to.- f
Anril 18 I-7.
!0,OJ0 lhs. Tallow j'Vanted,
For which the highest 6ash price "-ill be paid
A. M.1 CAMPBELL.
White Lead and Lins
)d Oil, for
A constant supply of
Iter Uoltmg Cloth
sale at the lowes
arrantei sQenuine An-
ti all Xos., kepi .Tpliand and for
t prices by f-t- . -
5 m "2w
as on hand and
Plantinir Potatoes (,Pink Eye) : ,cV fine Apples.
Also, :i fresh supply of Rgifts, Figs and
Oranges. , f 1
R. 1. HEIDE.
FRESH TURNIP SEED.
.wLARGli GLOUE ii
J ust ri'oeivol and t or sale by vl
bteel, JSatls, liorse 0hae Nati , Axes
Hoes, Shovels, Spades, Forks, TraZ
chains, Black Smith -Tools, Brow?,
soap, CandUi, Cajidieole
Leather, Negro Shoes
Hats, Blankets f . '
. ' Saddles, Whips,
t . Collars, Glass Putty,
- Cotton Bagging, Manilla
Rope, White Lead, Common
and Jine , Cigars, Sf Tobacco,
, Powder, and Shot, and Vinegar,
and many articles not enumerated: all ia want-can be
supplied as cheap as can be bought in this market
- G. W. l.GOLDSTON.
Oct. 31, ' t 74-tf
The Subscriber having at .March Term 1858, of
the County Court of Cumberland, taken out let
ters of Administration upon the Estate of the late
IFin. F. Wightman, hereby notifies all persons in
debted to said estate to make Payment, and those
having claims against the same to present them
within the time required by law or this totice wiU
be pleaded in Bar of their recovery.
Gr. W. WIGHTMAN, Administrator.
March G, 1858. 94-
HHDS. BACON, well smoked?
20 Bbls. Leaf Lard.
75 " Mess Pork.
35 Saeks Ccffee.
25 Bbls Sugar.
0 Boxes Candy.
30 ' No 1 Soap.
Oranges, Raisins, Stc.
The above goods were bought of Corns
chants, and very cheap for Cash, am
cheap for Cash only. E.
April 3, 1858 tf
m. 1 - a
ff ould reswertfiill "1 i 1 n Z 7
e absent until the first of ntK-
A 1 1 . 1 . : . 1
iiitiL ins lenns navo hopn r.Dil, ..:ii
Still thorn ;UJ Z- , '-"y
I " . , ; '""cuwu lu mm ana ne wants
j p suui ui piease settle immediately. Money is in
thrilling romance in interest, but with the
circumstances and actors of which we were
personally well acquainted.
Some twelve years ago, two young- men
named Clyma and Paull, lived in a small
village not far from the sea coast, in the ex
treme west of England. Both were miners
and workers the samemine-iiear thd vil
Jge.. Botli:naid jfcjbcir addresses to the
same maiden, but not with equal success."
Clyma prospered so in his suit that a' day
was appointed for the nuptials, and in due
course the bands of marriage wtre asked in
the village church on the first of the three
Sundays prescribed by the English canon
"Before the second Sunday came round,
the rivals met at a wrestling match in the
village, and it chanced that the turn came
for them to wrestle together. Paull was
excited, and endeavored to give his-success-
full rival in love a 'wicked fall,' but his ea
gerness worked his defeat. He was thrown
to the ground amid the shouts of the villa
gers. On springing to his feet, lie swore that
he would be revenged,andthat Clyma should
never marry his intended bride. From that
day he took to drinking deeply, and hurled
"The day before that llxed for the mar
riage, Paull told all his acquaintances that
he would be at the wedding, and would find
means to prevent its taking place. Know
ing his determined character, Clyma ap
peared alarmed at the threat, and got some
fiends to intercede with Paull, but in vain.
'Late that night, Clyma left the house
of hb intended bride for his own cottage.
The way lay across a patch of barren moor,
where there were several open mine shafts,
which had been deserted, und the bottoms
of whose black depths were now covered
with several fathoms of water. About the
same hour Paull was seen crossing to the
same patch of moor from another direction.
A miner, who passed a little later toward
the mine where he worked it being his
turn for night work averred the next day
that he h,eard a noise as if of a dispute and
u$ way to his?
her home in X jfi ,
arrangement f ..
ner tor lngljf J in order to repail.f as far
as possible, hfc mischief which had been
none. They sed through Cleveland last
evening on thej way ensC and, happening
accidently to iri ?t them at the depot, we
learned the sqi el to the sad story, with the.
earlier portions vith which we were already
'They go oa .joyful yet mournful errand.
The good uai f the unhappy condemned
can be reclaif 4; I Jjut none -can restore his
shattered real Y&jfleue the broken-hearted
dead from) IrJtly o-rave."
June 12. lm.
will be sold I
NOTICE TO SOLDIER'S WIDOWS.
rip HE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Soldiers,
A. and the Widows of Soldiers who nren
WHISKEY AND B
BBLS Corn' Whiskev'
HO Bbls Apple Brandy,
10 " JJomestic do,
T 15 " N. E. Rum,
selected byv Whiskey is the pure Cori
made in the State. an?
mark At irmn.of. r..i." " Sold
Aprils, 158 tf '
il to anv i
N service in the war ot 1812, can hav. 1;-
j .Kiisiuua cuuimueu Dy caning on the undersigned
j Congress having made additional provision foi
Give me the management of. your claims
the money shall come at once, or no charge '
JXO. M. ROSE.
w 4.1 11 t , f"r Pensions.
1 ayetteville, June 19, 1858. tf
.J nl v 11. 18.V7.
roi sai e;
iL-Mvy 1-1 Ib'iiver Creek She
;.ittnii Yarn. Warp imd Fillii
: !t. Pi'-ki'i-. lioller and Lace
5 to 10.
Oils and M ami fact 11 rer's Find
Wint -traiin'd. Spuria, Lard
Slnittli's liaglass, French
Cloth and Class Steps.
f- II. HALL
fulv 2;. 1S."
ind Linseed Oils,
lae, Ernory, Roller
B. CM. Co.
tints, Oils, Vami h.!
fi Bruslies, for
KRRV and J.
indebted to the oaeern 0 FRANK Ar
JKRRVandJ. H . KOUI-JKTS i JO.. aro rW,iJ
.,..,., .,,.1 t..fiioii,n;. .., j-..u
TO CUIll : '".hi anu .-- 1 l 1 v. 11 jllip. f not
bv the last of this month, they.w n : them
hands of a Lawful Collector. ;5
T TT -
May . is "0-tf
respectfully informs his friends and the public. that he
has built up large substantial Brick Buildings at his
Old Stand, expressly for manufacturing tUarriages.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has received
hllci nifc ... : 1. .. .1 . . . ' . .
" i'- ' ! il l Slve satislaction, to merit a
continuance of the same. He warrants his work to bp
made of tht best mater-io 1 k , . ue
;.. 1. , 1 V.. , . Afcr";ucea worKmen
111 each branch of the business. His work will compare
.,....., mouciuiucuuiieuatates, forneat-
He is determined to sell and do any work in his lin
1T1 -n"" aauv ivoi-k uone elsewhere that is as
JI , tt ""a naQ1' "nished. the largest
aivniAiiMJAKUUUllKS, ROCKWA VS
AND BUGGIES, ever offered in this place, and a very
uv,. wum ueariy nnisneu, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom-
cib. JbB3 ne ims on nana more than ONE HUNDRFn
.T.i.x j.i tcuiciim iiinsneaana in course of con-
.159-A11 work mude byhim is warranted 12 mnnii.
with fair usage, and should it fail by bad workmanship
or material will be repaired free of charge.
Persons wishing to buy wonld do well to call and
examine 10 meinseives.
lr j i,-v,i.,..uuu yi uuipujf Aitencied to.
rvepau iug e.iecuieu ai snort notice and on very rea
sonable terms. J
Fayetteville. Oct I 185P
tLdi i nun nnnric tn .
AT J.UX fc.JLJ,
'1 he Western Kail Koaa Co., have for sale in i
amounts to suit purchasers.
S20 000 of the Oonpon Bonds of the
.ju,iuv County of Cumberland, bear
ing 7 per cent, interest, payable semi-annually on
tne 1st June ana tne 1st. ot December, and run
ning 20 years. v
k rx j-v , i fx r . - s 4 I
SpyUjUUU or tne i coupon Jjonds ot the Town oft
EayetteviJle, bearing (j per cent interest, payable
semi-annually on the 1st January and the 1st July,
and running 20 years. 1
These bonds were issued in accordance with law
to the Western Rail Road Co., to pay the County
and Town subscriptions respectively!! 'T
Persons having money will find these bonds (at
the price the Co is selling them) a better invest
ment in any Bank Stock in the State.
For terms apply to '
C. B. SlALLETT, Esq, Pres't.
or JNO. M. ROSE, Treas'r
Western R. R. Co.
March fi, 1858. , 92 -tf.
tercial & Family
ort, N. C.
Ueauiort Journal " Uomraenceu - its
olume, on the 12th of April, 1858.
urnal beingtlie oidy:paper publisliedon
rt Harbor, and the only one devoted to
interest, the jeditor.appeals to all .who feel
interest iir thartocality, to. give their sup
rt to his pater." 'The Editor-makes no hol-
w promises that bis paper shall be the best
(tne couhui mi me price, or mat there wiJJ
iany extraLspiay of talent in its Editorial
dlunins, as frequently the casd in issin"-
r country papers, but he does
to publish a good naner one
eral support from the people of
BACOX, COPiX, HAY MOLASSES,
On consignment and for sale cheap for cash. Send
in your orders and I will rill them cheap. A good
supply of the above articles, will be on hand at all
time Bacon equal to any made in X. C.
For sale by PETER P. JOHXSOX.
July 3, -2t
This Company has been in operation more than
fiveyearc. and has paid its losses, amounting to
SI 9.125 85, without any assessment: insurance aver
aging its members about i per cent.
Policies issued to 1st of May, I S58, 2769. '
Amount of property now insured, S 1.474,922 34.
Amount premium notes now on hand, $ 224,9fi8 23.
Cash premiums received, $32 317 41.
S. T. Hawley,
W. Nr. Tillinghast.
A. A. McKetban.
J. D. Williams,
A. W. Steel;
J. G. Shepherd.
K. 1 . Brown. Wilmington
For the balance of the year, a Dwelling Houe
situated on Old Street, the late residence of M-s
lieze Perry, decTd. WJI. WARDEN, Ex'r
July 3, tf
Ii KICK MASON AND PMSTRrpd
NY PERSON desiring work done in the best
style in the above department.
services by addressing me at Fayetteville. N. C
tfr D. McD., will take contracts any where in the
country, withiu 100 miles from Fayetteville and
prompt attention will be given to the same.
Sep, 12, 1857, iy ,
thy Ola 1
is the design of the EditoBto
nal a first class Couimercial Pa-
oorts ot the iliarkets, Foreign
D. A. Ray,
II. L. Myrover.
S. W. Tillinghast,
N. A Stedman,
S. J. Hinsdale,
T. S. Lutterloh,
A.E. Hall. Wilmington.
Qo. MfEILL. President.
D. A. Ray. Vive-President
C. A. McMillan, Secretary.
John Collins and C. C. McCrummen, Traveling
The Company invite applications.
May 29, 185S 1-y
ing to Mrs E Hybart and recently occupied by B
Pearce & Co. is now ottered for rent.
K?;ari ii'riinriiiirii 1 iimii'i
Also Miss E Kvbart's town Re:
rent. For terms applv to
idence is oft'&red for
Congress Water, for sale by
Aug. 15 63-tf S. J. HINSDALE.
ju.wii.il rt 111 c-O.TTMie as ncrfitofnro i.
eDerirlent. nn nil enl
j . . j-'--"- 0 "111 iaKe sides
wun no political party, but will advocate such
measures as are thought best calculated to pro
mote the interest of the country and of our
fetate. As to the . different localities in tb,v
........... ,t uv urn- oojeci to sliow partiality
but to advocate the claims of Beaufort Huor
aim ieuv oeaurorr, Morehead and O-olina
Cities, to stand on their own merits- Relieving
hum. mule go mi cijn ue- accomplird in this
way, than in discussing the cJaVns or advan
tage of locji?iu"es;-and we appeal to the citizens
those interested, and to tJre friends of these
places, to give us their support.
The completion of 'the Atlantic & North
Carolina Railroad is near at band, and it: is
very important that the onlv oaner nnhlished
on this Harbor should be widely circulated, io
order that ijts Commercial advantages may be
come better known. Persons at a distance.
who feel an niterest in this Dlace will find the
"The marriage was to take place at at 11
1 ji . , .
ciocit in me morning at tne villao-e church.
X 1 t .tit .1 23
j-iono; oeiore tflat nour the vi ao- tv-i.c b
Dscriptf bftfJ Towns of -Utah.
Salt Lake cUj7 contains about a third of the
population of teD Territory, and has a great
"many fine, ar&fc JOme elegant buildings, the
principal of wKfi are the Tabernacle, where
all religions ne tings are held the Council
House, the EuMi s-ment House, the Temple,
now in course oei action, Court House, Young's
two mansions, I riheteen public school houses
together with ht costly houses erected for the
The next settle nent, north, is called Sessions.
eight miles from Salt. Lake City, and contains
several fine hofcse . It is situated on the main
road; the houses .re not compactly built, but
extend nearly fir. miies. This scttlernet con
tains the richest hndsin the Territory.
FarniingtonMD ;y. comes next, a vt-ry pretty
little town, tlic unty seat of David county; it
contains abouf'T, )00 inhabitants.
Eight miles nt rth is Keysville containing
about the sami n umber of inhabitants here is
some excellentauble land, and a fine stock
Weber river Is about 8 miles ftirther north.
On it has beeni b ilt two forts, called Enst and
West Weber fprti, containing about five hun
dred inhabitants ;ach. They are very pleas:
Ogden City'oie of the principle cities of
the 7'erritoiy,jls .bout three miles from Weber.
It has many cfest y buindings.
North of Ojjdti City, about two miles, is a
large well-built frt. It has about 7,000 in
Northeast bf this, three iiiles, is Ogdan
Hole a verjT leasant locality, surrounded
on all sides Lyfm untains, with the exception
of the entrance It contains about 500 in
North of the ' Sole," about twelve miles, is
a well located fo;t called Willow Creek Font.
. .In. this vicini y there is tine agricultural
scene ot great excitement. The hat
neckerchief of Paull the latter torn
mites north 1 Kn' . - ..i- ...,.
;i K t . : W1 -"ui a
-" '"g aui eign.t miles south of Bear
riyY Ihis city is very -handsomely situated.
xl ? unit upon a plain about two hundred
uuove ,ne level ot Ucer II v.r if
bloody had been found near the deepest of ltcPr Jcipally by Danes and Welsh, whose
the abandoned pit-shafts, and of Paul him- hoi( exhibit considerable skill in their con-
sell nothing could be found, nor had he been
seen s;nce he went toward the moor on tho
preceding night. The o-round where ih
article had been found bore traces of a scuf
fle having taken place, and to wnu-., fho
whole, two buttons recognized as belonoinc
n, aim ui.-ie 111 arrangement.
Jeer river there are two small settle-
-nd further north two others. These
acne and JVIalad valley, where the stock
to the Church" generally were
Journal to be very interesting, as ri' shall be
careful to give all local news of any tinnortance
One Copy one year,
Five Copies "
Ten ' "
Advertisements fnserted at the' n;nal tiitpe
A liberal deduction made for yearly advertise
i ah comrounications must be addressed
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Juae 26, 1858. tf .
io vtyma s coat were discovered anion the
earth and stones. To these ominirnm fiw-
Clyma could only reply that he had met
rami at the place mentioned, durino- th.
night; that high words were followed by a
scuffle: and .W he had beaten Paull. who
had iJi.M.- vliii'si nor him.
"This account was not considered satis
factory, and Clyma was taken into custody
to await further developments. Severn I
days passed away an examination .was
made of the pit and the surrounding locality
butno trace could be found of the body. It
was argued, however, that if a stone -was
attachedxb the body before it was thrown
into the pit; so as to sink it, there would be
no probability of itsever being found. Af
ter several examinations before a magistrate
the abused was released ' from -custody, but
onlyo be shuiAied a3 a murderer-, by the
whefe community. In the meantini thorn.
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tenaea onae Decame sick; thrauo-h excite
nient, a violent fever was succeedpil l.v .
4.: ;n i p, ,. - . J
naatniir lmifss, ana alter iins-eriT
uiuiibus, iie uiu oi a DroKen heart.
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"fyj omecti otD-eneral suspicion, and in
less than twelve months after what should
have been his wedding day, he became tH
inmate a an insane axvh r-erer he still
remans a V""93 lunatic.
'4iotig the relatives of Clyma .was a sis
ter, married to a farmer, who, two or three
years after the unhappy occurrences related
above, removed to this country ami settled
down on a farm in Northern Illinois. About
ten day ssince this sister, while about tuluno
the cars in Chicago for homesuddenly; en
All hese cities and'forts are to be laid
ashla r ; the command of the church, und
iuic p upie nave given themselves tot!
oi 0.v ruction with all tlic
tirrnne:, of faith which
ves to the wor
ever characterizes re-
Cor Aiiu Cal.
SEROUS ElTKl-TS OK A SUlllEI. UlTK.
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Mt "u o uiat while a vouiio- lady
resiii .inLlandford, was playii.o- witlt "
petjti irrel, the little animal bit her on tl,o
Imig. -NMhjng serious was apprehendo.i
of ef ne, but in a tlu. ihoYltlful
meifce'siyellino-, and contimwd to . iuci ea.-.-
..3l.' t "i - ji '
in imiie me sul
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l"o fc,w great tears were entertained of
lockjav. .JUedicai aid had bo.-n called i
uug nij , so tar, been able to icnde
relief.- -Smith side Dr-morrat
Lzv Ladies. Jn "A Woman's Thou-h
auuu i umaii, we meet will) this true
ot most ot the bad domestic
"Tah hoBse-ruot lifr Imc Lr.r iiv,.,i.i
' - ... , . . . . "u.in;ii avj tJe
she efi gifted with that blessed qua!
i s i i tm I
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'J " " 'I 1UI I III t i n
t.H'Ift. hi, hc i -
".lie i va
ouui uy sixpences, to put
'ii oaianciii.r ..,.,.;...;....!,.
aiKl. expenditures: nor lor wcnlrlv
-engrossed ladies to rouse thetnlr
countered, the supposed murdered
Mer excitement was.intense. Drawing him
on one side, she made herself kno wn to Panll.
and was immediately recognized -by him . ,
A ue uxpianar4on given by him of his disap
pearance was that he had met Clyma. ort
eventfid: night with the purpose of beat
ing and disfiguring him so tha he could not
be married on the succeeding-day, - but that
his rival was more than a t jflatcli - for him.
Burning with rage at his"-discomfiture,
had rushed off without ' khwla'gVoririg
what became of himself, 'ftndroii'irchit..
tX friP Wanh"haAj?ya an nlrf lga.lfv Knnf" q.l
ivTlo-n' tVta t'An f " m'no 1 ; Zfiif , -
picked.iip by an outward bound ship, which
took him to New. Orleans.
"Since then he had resided several years
in California and in the United States, had
become moderately rich, and -was now on
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sumcttft JJ loput.iiieir house in order ami keei
!l Gil htM4t-t bV fll'Msiflll'll Coc.. i: . . ... '
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n',l 'Kranctljodal ovcrlookinK
Ot altitt.a;g5liig,on theriK ,Yet, unU-ss all
this i t?Pej s in vain to insist early rising
or gr about waste, or lecture upon neat
ness; and order. The servants get
to le j that -Jinissis is never in time!' 'Mii
is ite i never knows about
anytit onje may lecinre till she is
; M may lectnre till she is weary
.atlMK and cleanliness 'Just put your
berJ-oomDd. seel' For. all moral
kciuiicr, viiruin. . kindiiocc .. a
tiriienliousness. if these
H'eMMStress it is idle to fvn(.,t i.
i - 't-,. i.icm
PBor cnimien, or anv members of
iy cefcle." , " . .
i BYghtnixg. It issatdthat elfctri
oot'to bn applied to music A uvr.
. rated before a pia'no, const, u. ted for
lowiiu ijoiiaoiiiivioscow si i.
evci v niii .r ii.f.
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uymeans ei the electric wire, will ,e reiicuted
by anofht-r instrument intone of the concert
rooms in Paris. We already have music bv
steam; now we are to have music, by electrici
ty. Lungs are, therefor, menaced with beHi"
ruled oflt of fashion by the lovers of music
N Y. Daily News.