' FAYETTE VJLLE, ' N. , C, SAT UltDA Y, ,A tJGtfST 14 V1858
i ; Volume xi no. i ,005
fi : - . &t the end ofli mnntha. . . a ftft
" ttaeul of the year,t a 50
I satcriptioa .n be recaivei for a shorter period
toJ?. jear ualess paid in advance.
with te view of ectjaliag tae circulation and en?
ocing the aefaesa of Ue' paper, (he proprietor of
rs the foIUing renarkablj low
ul'B R 1Ttssf IJrPZARtABLTIjrADWJiJrCE:
oopies f the Carolinian, 1 year, $8 00
. a . . i n tin
tr cents oer na .ru i:- - -.tt r
.if 30 cent for each ia.:- inur;nn' n.ini.. ika'
t1if!l'?abli8 for more than two meJths,
!i" For three months, - ... j. $4 00 "
For six months ' . 6 00
For twilve months, . i. -. 10 -O0 ' ' '
r vlrirtismentsmasthav.e theNMrd mi-r'ofii
w w vuaa XUU - i
to is narked on them, or th;rkde ha
rf I t il Torbid and charged neor lingw
' ftm i directed to A rtfuMtion.
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ClKWENT. Q. WRIGHT! .
- Atton-ey t liwt PyttvlIIeIfC'
'i OfQce at tbe corner of Bow and Green streets.
JeVy 3. 1656. .
J. A. fPRARS,' .
r t ;. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' ;
virrDS the (Joarts of Cumberland, Harne
;.'e .l Johnston.. T ".'
. . V; t Ires., Toomar, Harnett Co., N. C.
f 'b. I 5. 1856. :''r, 85-y ' .
'frr-. - . ' '" ' 4
AttnViiey. at Law;
r p.vybttevhjM!," w c
l ay he consnlted at the Law Office of Jet G. Shep
erd. Enq., on Green Street.
Jnly 19. 1856.
!. Wo G.r'E&AM,
ATTO RNEY A T liA TV
-Oati-he found at the! Offire formerly occupied
by Dr. Gilliam, on Bow Street.
Jane 26, 1858. , tf
; -ia Saocriber is rid dreared td accomnickiate
. .z persons with bdard, in' addition to the: number
itf' aow has. -The building which' she occupies is
conveniently situated on tue Donaldson Lot, Hay
oj4.it, and is a good location for a Snmnlef a d
. itecjgsidence. No pains will be spared to make
$r rorier comiorixn
i , .
Ji ART It A, nfiTfTVl"T )
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! . M. Oiiiupbeil,"
ril.VBBA . COMMISSION MBRCHASt,
iUat side of Gillespie street.
- FjtTBTTBVILLS, N. C.
BT GEO. LAUDER.
E. W. Willkingsr Auction Store
Fayetteville, N. C.
' T. . "
7. fl. TsU It VI VGTO N,
Qeneral Pmmuilo nerenams
. NORTH WATER STREET, ' "
.Ml i v personal attention to the sale or shipment of
; I Vvitfgnments of Naval Stores or other country
iil ice; and any other business entrusted to his care,
vi!l e promptly attended to.
Ann! 18. 1857. , ly
V j 1
t : r
!!l,OpO lbs. Tallow ' ante!,
i . . ' . . . . . . ., , , i . . -
i'nr wmcn.tne ntgnesicana price win ue ptuu.
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Vj lite Lead and
Linsoed Oil,- for
S. J. HINSDALE.
.. 63-tf ' j K
' .-Vai. IS,' i ,-. .
: ....... - , .
I Bolting Cloth.
A constant supply of t, iv ite 1 Genuine An
ker Bolting Cloth all Nos., kept on hand, and for
sale at the lowest priees by , !: ,
Jan 30, 1853. lm 5 m.af e 2w j
''ooi: -HB CEI VBD A N D FO tt b A L. iu
-PlautingPotatoen Pink Eye) and fine Apples.
' ; Ali a fresh ; supply of v Raisins, Figs and
Oranges.""'- :" ; - ;- ".'j- .
t T R. B HEtDE. -
tO at. 24. 73-tf foot of. tlaymoUDt
f i FllESlI fURNlk SEED.
KLAT DtTTCn, I
tVLBD TOP, -t
I SNGLISH NORFOLK;
r T S.'ii' HtNSDALE.
jttly 11. I85tt , I?
; moil ff d, vvarp a"d Ftlling., Nos. 5 td
! til picker, Holler and Lace LtfAf HEB3.
)ili al t Viafacturer'aFmdiags. - . -o.-iVim-r
Hraiatil. -Jperm. Lard and Linseed Oils.
Jhuttile's ,t4 iaf l French Glue, Emery, Roller
v Cloth and Glass Steps. - a a r
: St. tl. yi.ALti. Prei.B. G.lt.Co.
)ils, VarnUh, Brashes, for
- ' S. J. HINSDALE.
83-tf ! ; t "
. 1 ' It -r.!- OLD BILLS.
LfiDersons Indebted to the concern of FRANK &
1 PRttY and J. H. ROBERTS CO v are requested
forward aa I settle their bills. If not settled
bjttf 2l?r.lll- find them in the
Hands oi a iwv. -r. H. ROBERTS & CO, j
following tracts i
That desirable? nlace known .S RnmM onntuiniiin
about 260 acres with ail th i
place will be sold entire or divided, to suit purchasers,
it being Probably one of the bast j busioess stands in
ne ooaniry. ana is ?ry desirable jto those wisbintt to
enter tha mercantile business., h .
t o.8 Uonsists f a L6t and Brick Store' 11 tene
meuis in ivamoieton, an tsndse Street near r,lar.n
. Ci A
don Bridge, f.nd is a' rey desirable stand for business
- No3,If 3 acant lots in GampbslUon. known in Citr
plot asNbs 109, 111, 112, an half pf lot 113, - J
-X ; No 4, Isa dwelling houseand lot on Haymount.
No 4. Es a dwelling, houseand lot nn n
corner oflPlankroad and Adams St. A verv , dpsiVn
; L??dfcc.e.! umh.i5 r.- i;
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of 10 or I 5 horse power. This is well worth the at
tention of those living where water power is not avail
able, and will be sold at ; great bargain.
'Fortertna apply to J. H. HALL, Assignee.
Angnsllil, 1857. i i 1 . 61-ti
S Faucy Ar
1 4 j2"
and a vari
' &ulCZ&&S- 1 ety of arti
tls, " I 1 cles in the
of Iliivraouiit, Faytteville, N. C.'
Persons indebted to Jas. C. McEachin, as Guardia.
of the heinsof John Morrison, dee d, are hereby re
spectfully informed, that said guardiau has in a greal
majority of instauces endorsed and. transferred then
notes to tne .uuuersignea. Also, mat our urgent ne
cessities, apart trom the reqi iremejsts of the endorser
compel us to collect as speedily as possible. All those
nil Alifn X 11 tKimafnun a-VI I v mio an.-l 1 1- m r 1 r A k n.
. payinrBp immediately. We mist and will sue
where the money is not forthCotiiinr.
A. U. MUUIUSON.
J. M. MORRtSCN
- N. A.i MORRISON:
Laurinblirgh, N. C. March 7, 187. 40-tl
Attorneys and Counsellors
ROBERT E. TROY & JOHN P.
formedan (association for the practice ot their profes
sibn in Roieson co.; only Ri E. Tt-oy will also at
tend tbe Courts of Bladen and Uolumbus, and J P
Fuller thoie of Cumberland. 1
Their Omce in Lumberton will be; kept open at alL
January 9,1858. . 83-tf
B'ltANK N., ROBERTS. & CO,
trngrt this -Hotel",. will "be pleased to see their
I (II inirj. ' 1
they will jise every exertion to please
F. N. Robotts.
fJ. G. Smith
858; . 83-tf
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bubsenber has oil;
Steely Nau ly Horse ohoes cf saiUj Axes
I Hoes, ShoveLi, Spades, Forks, Traee-
chaiiis, Black Smith Took", Brown
sqapi Candles, "Candies Sole , 1
Leather JSegro ShbcSi f ,
Kerseys, j ; ; ,- .
Saddles, lVhhs, ! -
Collars, Glass Piaty, r
Cotton Bagging, Manilla
liope, White Lead, ' Canimon
and fine. Cigars, &f Tfbdceo,
rowdcr, .and ohot, and V incgar.
and many articles not euumerated: ail in want' can bo
supplied as cheap as can be bought inj
'.: Ix. W..1
I The Subs
riber ha vine at .March Term 1858, of
I the County
iCoart of Cumberland, 1 taken out let-
ters ot Adm
Illustration upon the Estate of the late
Win: F. Wii
.irman, nereny nocines an persons lu
d estate to make Payment, and those
debted to sa
having claims against the same tq 'present them
within the time required by law or jthis: notice will
be pleaded ia Bir of their recovery.
G.l VV. W lLrli 1 MAiS, Administrator.
March 6, 1858. ' " 94
A. A. McKetlian
respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he
has built up large substantial Brick; buildings at his
Old ; btand, txpressly for - manuractarin Carriages.
Tbanklul for the very liberal patronage he has received
fdr the . last 21 years, he hopes by strict attention t.o
business, wittra desire t gtvfe satisfaction, to merit a
continuance qf theame. He warrants his work tdbe
made of the best material and by experienced workmen
in each branch of the business. Jtis Work will eomnam
.Tavorably with any made in the United States for neat -
ness and durability. : . , ! ; 'v .
u..x...u . .uu uj wur. iu ma une
on as good- tetms a s any work done elsewhere that is as
weu aone. tie now nas on nana, nntsiied, the largest
stock of C ARRIAGESiBAROUCHES' R0C A W aYS
uuimipo. ever ouereu iu tois piace, and a very,
large stock Of work nearly finished, which will be sold
1 vti ruTrfnTfo 5 i - . .
very low for Gasb, or'on short time to bn nctnal finstiini-
ers. sile has on hand more thanilTCK wrrwnnrcn
AND FIFTY" Vehicles finished arid ill' Artnl!i0 nfenn.
truction. I ( i I
AH wok made byhim is warranted 12 months'
with fair usage, and should it fail by (Dad workmanship;
or material will be repaired free bf charge. -
Persons wisiiug to buy . wonld dowell to call and?
examine fo themselves
FayettevUld. Octt 185(f
For the balance of the vear. a nixronino- TTnrpi
situated on Did Street the late resident of Mrs.
Beze Pefryl dee'd. WM. WARDENi Exr
dUJT 3, I - tf
DAVID McDrFFJ b
mason aid Blaster ERi
VNY PEJRSON desiring work (done fn the be8
style injthe above department. an secure my
services oy aauressingme at f ayetteville, $.. Q
nr u. ncu.j
win lase contracts any, WBere in; tne
dn will be given to the same.
u w uiiicb , irum - r aveiieviiiei ana
-O .tT Able Negro Men wanted by
to work on th-Favtftteville and Westetri
Rail Jtoad Sections 10 1 1 fe 18 miles Jfrora FayetWvil
of whom the highest price will be paid by calling o
the Subscribers on the work. I . 4
w , D.G.& W.McDUFFIE
.marca ii 94-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT.
! . ; w '
. V 1 Bf ria'Allinrv tr.
louse and Lot on Hay Mount.
ine uouaidson Academy joining W Jf Vatesandothersi
la',7 occupied by Hector MoMillaul EsqMwUk a well Uke orrni
of good water Garden iif front.' . It will t Soldi.: ulbIc
barKri or rented td good teuant on easoHa ternisj,0?8.11 aDa ffoma
.pargan or rented to good teuant onireasonL. ytertns
- aPPv " , JAS. MAKTIKE.
i, Alfo the twb&vrf.tfm House on Church St, aear
, w ua vu . . - - n -
conducting their bchooi. The Academy is tnated
conveinenuy, and the patronage ?f thfr schwl
ainpiuBa.ioenu. Any gentleman. wOeHir
to take the situation may address at Fayetteville
nntill the 1st of September.
W. B. WKIGIIT,
of the Board of Director.-?.
July 17, 1858.
A BAR GAIN CAN BE HAD.
rfy HE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
frinting umcf . The establishment consists 1 01
' two first rate WashingtQi
jinFresses!one fcr news
paper and job type. The newspaper type are but
very imie worn ana tue largest porpon otjob type
are new. It is uonecesary to enumerate, the se-
ical experience and taste and are as - complete, as
any iu the State. i I
i Any person wishiufrto purchase lean cret a bar
erain by an early Application to
. ' I DAVID MURPHY.
: Fayetteville, Jone,; 12th 1858
1HE WIDOWS OF MEX
and the Widows of iSolfliers who niErV
n servicb in the war ot 1812. can have theif
peiiMuus uouuuuto ny uiumi un me unuersigne
Congress having made additional: provision f
Give me the managpment of yoijir claims,
the money shall come at one, or no charge.
; , . ' . .JND. M. ROSE.
' ' . ' . x ' Agt. for; Pensions.
Fay Kteville, June 19, 1858. . l tf i ; ,
BlIILDIXG MAT RIVALS.
Hydraulic Cement; j j
Paltent Lump' Lime: j I
: Plastering HairV j I ;,
lA. fresh supply just ree'd and for sale , bj
sa ie ny
; July 31.
. . ,t .. ,1 t : i i -1 . r i
litis B1IU UIIIBCCU VIK irVS B'
ree'd and for sale in quantities to suit by
i BEVERLY iJOSE.
" July 31. . ! ,. 3t i
rWTT IT nlncnnt .nil Kl.J O . T
. JL trpt. 2 mil. fr..m twn n thi wr,tva
tc Western Plank Road, is offered fof sale oh favor -
3t I .! i
Pure White Lead, in Kegs of 25 and 50 lbs;
window Glass, 8x10 and 10x13; (together with
a general assprtnient of PairiCs and Copal ! Varnish
; Also, extra No. 1 Bar, Soap Adam htine
of the best quality put in boxes of
j For sale by ' ;
n iv. u
i i in. fHi:ii.
I July 31. i 3t
AUUI lUiN j
B3 Z?.W9 ft V I 4 ?W' ClTf .1 V41
ranii'-j..!ji.L.i a 1 ' u
f m ih, undersigned has made arrangements by
U which he is prepated to furnish I at shoit no-
tice, any reqired quantity of j 1
i No. 1 PERTJVTAiar GTtANcS
all of which will be from direct importations, into
w e nr;i i a, i.
e fori oi vvumuigion. ana warranted pure ana
genuine. , . . ,j
Urders tor tne aoove ;exceiient tertUizer are so -
licited. to which prompt attention will be given.
A9 tins is an arucie wuicu uoes not admit oi
u: as& ;t- ,;:.,.,i;
comuanv each order. BEVERLY
., . ,
t Is now receiving his Spring supply of
t JOJE.-Z GOODS-
Among which are j
Prints, Lawns, and Brilliantee;
i . ColM and Black Sjlks;
Irish Linens and Diapers:
Farmer's Linen, Twilled and Plain;
Cashmere and Merino Twills
i; White and Col'd Cotton Hose;
i Bolting Cloths, Nq. 0 to 10;'
Slikand Straw Bonnets; sc.
! With almost every article in the Dry
' bf which has' been purchased by the pickage
late sales in ?iNew xora ianu irunaueipma;
offered cheap for Cash or bn time to paying customers,
MamhSi ' I 83-tf
decided on permanently locating! in the
. . A ll fT I - .
Town of Payetteville, respectfully otfers his Send-.
ce8 to the citizens of. this place and. slirfour
country. In all the various branches of his -
f on i includine the i manufacture of Mi
fession, including the manufacture of Mineral,
euovhich is addedsatborpugh,DCntal..e
tion. that he cdn erive 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 f the mpiith
the propeir metals are roauci use Qf. in
the ! various
operatiorisc Charges, will, HO. mocierap, tnat tbe
benefits of the Professiqn; ' may. be. placed within
the reach of all who may feel, an, interest in the
preservation of the Teeth. " , J - ;;' i.
BPOffice over Houston's Jewelry Store where
he will be found at all times.
-May 15, 1858 j tf
. ! t .mSSOliUTlON
' The tthdersigtled have this day .by mutual-; consent
: dissolved uopartnersnip in tneir uuuirocts on tne
wutrn itAiiriixai i
J Ci LALF.Y.
July 1st 1858v 3t-pd j -
; : m: : ;t -i ivic ay gwu a spite nK. juo,.cii; uuuuv -uaiucas iuier ills iuRa!? end out. 'T ' Tears
I ' : ft T 5 -" ' ! '1 tnt ar -trubU, an 4 -swar. 1 warnt to Ulame ,4i e look ed ie 'pie blac devil e c nt o
I ThoTru7onhe..DONltACAi ' : T' ; onventlaa of . Uahtnin
: Y" desire to lease the hmldin ,&yj . r 1 scattered camp-fir
RwaK LiiyArMBi1 MeVA i!auo8 ' 'aTitdT iiiobinsotf:,ia"Uttrned haslet cu onten himt udraido!&. " r.tfciarl r .f'-a.
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; FAJElrEVteLEi iV. 7v I
From the -NftantTite Union and AmerlSan.
Sat Lovengood'fi Chest Storr
I told you.
boss, old ClaDsh
well in toe 8:
-W" MO woman
' man and wife
a. fuss and hurtin
1 bat day.
r W. J. J r - - u i
i L Ot -TENN."-- i nv v'vhtatav L W .: L- j . . ! . . :
n 1 -.'ii. : - o- m r j; C j y J V JBU-UC UP By"1 JJsb ; m in : t neuner: Ro Jou hed better mihd- '
Geprze, that Sieily . an -ier drenched the ! darned Mo- AmmtEr 1 . ' i M- a -
aw-Wasn't agwin ter .pullith the Wt Spoonful. -Hit wthTK. "uT fl Qt r
TrA - mila no cnnn; on .1 oonil niflMr nn. . JLi a t. . - ...IVT-' u,'!( UHcr. Swt aiOne.- flfl , Ilia !
rtunate start : thej ;got. No eeptin oTe sbda;; I'stole a eeVoj'e' ?laHl IfS'Zll "hTp 0rll1 CJPSi
could ever 2r6t as Clost . ad g?efa outen the stable, nn iiiifc inn- .):" - : ,V a IU"CU wua WUJ
should, arfpr such a n 1 ore black rmt imfc Vift-.lK 'J -1'"". 1 ' were every color ever
as tuck place at ole Busns saptidn (waru't hit beyant common dQcuieftf ,n ftt?lv - ?bf Wpr-6rucfc es tit3 to t!fa
for him if I ketches; himff or gittin me interoi, Leu) i u xeJ
i, troubiL arter heMid all the devilment, while
... htM.W XT. .inVliU
, "t .
that bfing a nateral born d d fodlj as I
owns lis, has to bar the blame of ihe j doins
of an infunnel stumpy horn'd, curlv. faced
hole fol bull; and that, too j atter I'd dun
him acindness, puttinthe baskit hAndil.'over
nis nf ns, so ne couia eai i,ne corn wnue ne
wat i traveling for awar they'd a mauled
ci "J a.uw;u uiui u. eauu uve
- ! nit. j lie s an ungreattul beast, and L 11 dui
himJivns than t.hp hP an nl ATJlla-Knll ifl
I'lljrheel-barrer him into Eternity, an ole
. . . . . .
8 to, mind et 1 don t.
j for Sicily, ef I haint even with her, you
miy list nau my tonjre to a tree, an then
sUe er me till I reels my whole carcass into
uei ot tuner, and thar U,v be nothm left
t m jr bones on tu the to6 nails, and per-
ps a ernpshun of da es, and a pile of rags
nd bar at the eerid of hit. She dont owe
me puffin now, an I'll tell you bow I4 paid
UD. i It wnr about layinff bv COrn' tim tim.
en she married that hard face, mean fisted
old cuss. At next aig-nog time, I began to
see that he wernt her "affinity," es a school
j teaching oman called bit, when she wanted
to circumvent me s tugit her wood cut and
fier mar cried. 'George, did you ever have
a strong minded woman git arter you a
real he oman? -'No.' W ell, if ever one
dus,' jist you fite -ber like she wore whiskers
or runllike hlj ef you don't ef she dont turn
you inter a kidney wormd hog what cant
raise his bristles in less nor a month, yoa
jer more or less ove a man. than I takes you
to be. I Ove all the varmints I 4wr seed Ise
j feerdest of them. They haint human; tbeyse
an ekal mix try ove studhoss, black snaksi
! goose, pencock, britches an d--d raskOi
They wants to Ie a man; and as they cant
bev fixes up thar Lease by being devils
lacii witn a coimt or a raai-porwr tuau une
bye em eny time. Thyll undermine your
constitution. ' I :
Wei1, matters rocked along, all bands
doin es thev pleased and I !a
r em ; -forI war arter rdven ge ontil about
the hosaes begin to squeal an -turkeys to gob
ble, I discivered her affiiiity.' She wur
running an oppersishun line to the ole chicks
en eater, in cahoot with a man powfull with
s and squts Doctor Qua Fabin--an they
wur maRin iui 1 wiuc, uu cuuuctiiuus,
. v-iitj mail; w.ur ciucu Luiciiij.T . ixo u i ait.
But I dont much wonder; she never did feel
warm to ole Clapsbaw; It t was the suckit
1 .ln.o .1. o r-m nrVirtf firb lipr "Strain hop nriil.
f Geortre, youse got a heap to larrt y it. There
am three vartints what can charm wimmin
! an birds the suckit rider,1 the cat; and black
, snake'. They km du it, an ! none dve em
ever misses a change, i Ef 1 had apetmoek
inbird and a darter, Id make war on all
cats and suckit riders -I'd fill the
gr0un wvtft wun, ana me big sins note witn
the tuther; an I'd bev a barrel full ove hym
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DOOKa an cmws "3 uieutfia v J n ciom
buuwuu. x octu ij m
1 adcast onto toe counters
utoref therfe war a cat washin ove her face a
i n lit i if. Li 11 xr i vr nai cm u, m uom w w v v uvt icib c
Jtn Ava r llflf KrtT Ori ft Qiipklt. MflPr' WIIF ft
tryin to git Gogdon tu gin sumeth
for. 'over-edits for the pius Sepoys
eend ove the room; and durnd
cock hitseu, and then wung round like the
neeoie ove a cumpusiuab lunmuo auu wun
and then tuther,; I dunrio b'ow often, an at
last went offkilled the ca', ;ea ded as be
d d, an tuther barrel torr bff- fdur sduafe
yards ovt? the suckit riders; coat tail. He
riS iu me ceiunz ana ut ruuuui. xiiar a
jl l i Z a. - .. I '1 J
an! instink in shot suns about this thing sar-
' tin for 7ou never see ja sucketrider vitb
I wun in his band, nor ai cat what loved the
ami 11 bf gunpowders v .v3 '
Well; arter I larnt what road they run thar
line over, and all the pints ove the caseVjl
went tuywdrk.to gin bothja skeea, and -iiim
a little hurtin. Doctor Qua Fabin ,wer wuii
ove em; the boys call'd Him " (Jut Fatty for
&hpf ti' an h call'd em ."imperdentonediea-
ted d d jackasses fur longi. He wur jist
, : l. ,V UT- " u V V.t.nJWnn
W eyes . were like onto two;huc1celberrieses
tu color and size, stuck deep inter a bigball
of red puttv. BJibo'di been killed and, biled
;in ahdgshead of lye. heda made soap enough
to washed away the sins qve a whole kriow-
n-kfl?rir n!j-.Tfvooo?rtfiol vHaffiff--Conores3
uuwuug vviifticMiuuot .uiow
man, lawyers, wimmerl an all, Me dressed ,
himself to kill, and rid a monsous big black:
, . , . , . , j
hoss, seventeen bands high, and ni onttt seven
him his perporsbums tee? cbanged-,he teen
feet long. , VVhen 1 gofidun with warn't over,;
ten hands Wgby an ea lonk 'es ' one7- trve -ole
Bullin'a sarmainta I bed! gethefred tthd bid .
a fust rate lot ote foxfire" all f eddy td iise - -
WelL one nicht I found this lonsr, black,
;5nk1iole not far aliind rtliT?Tona1.w
a newer over the mmtntnln
, Btore debts; -so I tuck off tbe Doctors aq'ua
r bod ed gaddfl Ha ii
ZiP--f u( . arene" ?;
all docterin truck on ten the rials
"7 n? pten the and boxes,
.) . . r - i "v uBu jsm uutLit
ueyani common aocti.jeir
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wwnamps oi 7 lox-rire eip over "thei
'u i u xea xi au ortui sseer-f n: Y
powfui; , ore
"i. .m" il'
buu. una i;uucioiucue his mix uig
jmt o cane, bac full oVe fwet powder, with
the open, aind tbVards-his his bed, "Now
: I meano: tn lite hiti And start him nn hia
travels with a tree top fast to the swingle
treej but I thot I'd fust sneak tip to the house
ana see wnat were flgwme on, and . what 1
;sa altered jby plans mitly. I speck I
must a nuisej ior wnen J. peeped tniougU tue
men l peeped througu the
crack at the door,
thar wer Sicily a fling out
bed quil.s outen a bed cbist, but she left in
I t. k ... . . .
nersseer a basKu witn two nnndred aigs
and a paper of lamp blac onto he till. In
jumped Gut Fatty in his shut tail She
slam'd the lid, turned they k,ey and flung .on
her dress terrectly. I nocked a staggerin
sorter onsartin lick and war so dmnk I cud
! scasely stand. -1 managed to ax Sicily for
: t. .1,. ,
sum supper, an sue wer migniy wuun an pies
in and broke on to tbe kitchen to git bit in
hopes the hopes that when I'd started my
carcass 1'd go'to ileep. When ' 'she ltfj so
did I, arter the o .e thr?8hin mesbeen coveiy
ed with hosa hide and fox-fire. I foch :bim
up clost to tbe door,0 and tied a stout rope
to the haridil ove the chist, an to the swingle
tree. Thar war la new connection for Mass
ter Doctor Gnt4 Fatty's' line. Now mindt
he'd never sed me in all bis born davs, and
praps never hearn ove me so while I Wer
making the hoss perfectly fast onto the chist
ne wnisperedj r&icilji love, is he goneT
Sez T,Yes; but do you keep still; sumtbin
r 1 . i L l . l 1 1 i
onui is sffwiue iu uappen unemuy: tnati
signs and wonders iti the above the comb
of the mountain, kn they aU has eyes an nbs-
eslie Mister Clopthaws, and tbeyse inakin
dipdfril rrinnlhsi rit rriH.- h thfla a fhrtiiaan4
laig wun ontu thejfence esfbng esa close line
bits body is red and streaks ove sheet liteuin
is playing among .nita scales and bit have two
"--sjiv'A t, h,, mnnf. like ontn Ton
tne YParin. ana now men nit ctitia inpm Achnk-
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J ,.u" V "CJ
miiuuu uoiiaq uipcmme, vu jLTuruji
Quns! love! webiiVe ruinated our sefs! You
begin rits in tbe middil of tbe biggest six bos
prayer you know-j nun ove yer Tittle 'now I
lay me down to sleep,' bdta-rale strong devil
shurkin prayer, an keep on at it' fur thars
vexashiin bve spirit and bodily tribulation
ahead fur us bofj I hearn him groan an be
tnmbled till be shuck tbe chist,1 but he sot in
to prayin fur the heathen, sto sprend ove the
gospil.like ahoss. I knowed that we bad
1 . , - i - - mwm. w - wiu uuulii . . - - - . . w . . ovv uiu nurin 1 r inft. nn tm.
planted a big skeer an that hit would bar the necessary capital to go ahead with. I: i
fruteoforemoon down, sol jist snatched up a came to New York, and at once entrrett
chunc ove fire often the hath an toch off the- uj,oh almost profligate and ruinous cours
powder onder thf tail ove the ole hossi tNow of advertising which at least excited th
I'll jist be continentally an especially durned al irm of theold gentleman in Albany, wb.
ef that chist didn(t go outen the dbor breast came down to inspect the accounts of th
high, arid thfutimfe bit' struck the yearte fcDncern, and to his utter consternation 1
werefotty feet down the, htllj rite ' thar the discovered thafc his prodigal partner br. :
fust ove the aigs tot tHarsefs bustedj the nex 8pent his entire capital the-first year in a--time
hit tOch'thehrearthm wpr rm tntbf oinrl rt . : i:,i r-tl,n-
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an tdar tne oaiiance ot , Mcily 8 -aiga gin up
, uiursueusw awv wijw vue swiuie, now lQi
1 i'jU - i , r- r
Fatty. Tha chist tuck down th iflountain; t
' w i ir tiiiL iiir.k noun t, ip m nun T.a m i
! 1;S4.f alli)nnH (hn l " ?l
Ive never hern eny live thing make jist that
, better not travel mucb
w-w a - v . - a
M 13 DUSted Plum ODfen - and this vpri
mountain's fll oVe the devels. I wish I wPr
back in ole North dalina whar vjnst peple
kh sleep ove nttes.'V I looked tip - sorter
skeered, An that sot' astraddil ove . Emb
ave big red oke a long borijsperiment ove
regular hefrirt biersheen, in hfs sbnttaQhis
j bja eyes sbtnd fike Vmirik an. the bottom
bv;6 bis feet looked sorter Eke a tater path
in thr weeds;. , Bez 1 avryou got liquor lef,
of U yW drunk at aHV uronljr itdurned fool?
j; aint nether (gin. usr a chew terbaeker) 1
' luuu".r' eu' ""T
np bj-aii awfulyell, an here cum the devel
a taring eSblg jPS a corn crib, an h
fire harness oni an a knot on the
he had hell
hi3! tail es big ea a turpentine still, an
Pan Qyer mf borsses and upsot my waggin,
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tuck thru oiT.caDip hrc; inuiii'T tue cnunks, an
un U e8 high M tte trte .4d
. . - ' .j., -mh. -ik u.- Mrt .u- xkIt
ove site In a mintt. ,lne ole neri an the chicF;
. T .u .l- .v
a scattered an I tttk this terfe tfee.an
I'm game tu keep hit till morning. (Gin us a
chew of tef backkel'.) ; I'll tell.'- you mister, this
yere THhese doo't suit me. Such' sites ove
nites, art stfch rabadtaias ove "a day, will brek
rtnorn a n4r man that: iil rpr fitnMfd and nd ber
dft the piace; -im gwine back
noise aiore or sence ana iswari dont want W-j A Case of Pixixd TO Death. A fr
I thort I'd follow an see what went- with arr a tiPman rosidii?! in the i
tbecbist. Arter I'd wnt a "ihllti rir T "foV' nv.r.;;a ti-.
.. . . ; . " . - . tenor atate returneu lrum vanw",
a voice up in tne ar. savmistnr.
y Juu ,,ere J-nonu ' Ret I, "spct yoa
est hatfc travel
Fof that warnt the.'T
i : V .1 p.joo seed, batUe
l'o 6.cbufan ef etef he sees
j.'-"." 'wVi. otrc oiu:xvorin vaunsi nnr
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J r . t i-r'w over ,wkh
j broken. fcigsheiis.uafa piece ts big es a grai:i
ove corn. . I i
.Ilere wefe a bick stfeake, aidged with y!"
Iafj then a mixed V f.h'ote all cn!!ern, .the t
lookexkluthud been diped in thcriderr i
liteMnan sfej bio; he wns. no mors like hdmsu
than dadTwhea he acted hoss7an be out stank
a bnizard's nest, fur sortie ove tbe sigs wtrd
sorjer 5pipd Tike, an surn wer almost ready tr
chitpx To tootTat' him an smell ove him yon
coulen't think he ever Ihooht of au oraan, nr"
tha one would ever let bfin cam inter the lo
I think his sppiti.te far them wittsls are s!?
. M 1 IT f v t Yv a
gone 5cz l, nat er yonx uo no -
yon snrii inVenshnn to skare wimmen sn bosses"''
'Do no.' 'Whar you live? ?oiv his sen'e'--seemed
sorter to enm, ar ha aied how far w
to the Hi was?e. "copper unne; Ser I, "oevrf
hesrn tell ove hit." "Well, hit's in Polk Coui.-
ty Tennessee.' Yod am jist about one hnhdre-.l
and fifly miles frnm thar, on the noth side "of
Tennessee River, in Jackson County Alabam"
Is that a fac mister?' 'Sartin,' sex I. H
fotched a big breath. 'Well, I'v made the f- -
test time ever made by mortal man atween the:n
pinfs.- Pse jest neen about Jfoar nrnits a doin:'
hit, buthit has ni oto killed me 'Now,' r
t, 'mister ef that is so, don't you tell hit her
far they'll S tuke yoa fur the telegraph whs!,
they've been looking fur w"ith gnns fur a lon i
time, and they lieV jer scalp a darned site qnii-V
er cor yoa tode yer fast ttip, they don't
lieve in you hr" the devil what invented j"u ; s1
don't wast time in pnttln another iumdrtd mil.
j or-s6 attween voU and this here place. I f
. ,owed thehors; aboiit seven railes b tbe tt
tor'e truck what I'd give him, but I could'i
I never seed him nor the chest nn:'
" upv 1 "".u ...
Gan Fatt art!r tImt Dlte' Bl?
I don't care
dttrU ef I hSter dd.
Wonder ef Sicily dupm s
hhn inuce?, OleClapshaw believes in, witcl;"
warlocks, an lpn nebbed things,' more than I-
dcieS in Sicily ail his growing skeer ovo ghe?".
seep? lura at home o'oights l rainy tmr-K n
rnffn. Poor Sicilv she
w r j
'las m t rCAC i
Jas no roses on ner cheeks
bhe cau n
and she won't cry. Haint
hit orfal tu
oTgTSar George, don't sum feller up yer r
make whisky oaten aorn and hot striKe nm. :
Ef tbar is, send we wurd by the fust chance,
. A Very Hard Case ,
The Kew YorkvTimes tells the follow in :t
: An enterprising "young man in Albai .
a few years ago who had, what he consider..!
to be a valuable medicine, which be wlabct
to sen for the benefit of mankind, prevail i
upon an dd fellow of his acquaintance t.
bim in hnainpas. and furnish him wit
vPTLisnnoi 1 1 ii l examuiiuir u utucr nu.u. .
verustn?.' dus examui
be discovered that thert
re was placed to i s
.toJU ,ni0 tlion fivo i
creaii more man uc u
4.ntoa tha i mnnnt, f .T
the tabital he bhd furnished as his ahai
o the Profits. The astonishment of the po r
. i r .
for him, i "--
geet, interesting creatnre as ever prov.
a "well spring of pleasure," in a nousenoju
The gentleman for sorre reason did not cr-.-to
have the Child remain in bis family, ai .1
brought her td this city and placed her i t
the or han asylnm, and promised to c:
and See ber; For a few days the life su. -rodnding
her seemed to furnish sufficient e : '
teitainment, but it was toon apparent tb ;
something was lacking to satisfy her mir -entirely
void which conld only be fillo.i
by the presence of some one vhdta she ha I
learne'd to call Vpapa." She ' became li4
less and mel ncboly, and the sports of the
children failed to please or interest Visitois
to the asyldnl petied the little Pocahofcla,4
as she was called, but their attend: t
scarcely ever recalled her spirits. Con
stantly upxih ter tongue was t'je name :
"papa."; She grew weary-and tiredj a:, i
graadaly dumb. , There was nd apparc. c
disease, but a perceptible wasting aw:; .
of the natural energies- -Tbe gentle m:t t
who . left her at the asylum, bad ne. 1
called to see his little charge, altbongb e1 1
was nourished; and cared for with all t" i
tenderness possible,'sbe slowly drooped uv'l
a few day, since-when she died witb tl. i
last fleeting breath still murmuring tbe nai.
of 'papa," as the bad frequently, done
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