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t .ra.jjpiiHm.y---
4tt9rDe)ratLa, FaycltcTlllcHiCt
OfHce at the corner of Bow and Green streets.
JeVy 3. 1656.
I . A. SPKA us.
v P i' .-I'lS the -ourts of Cumberland, Harne
-ko an 1 Johnston.
, - ! lre-s.'To.- n ;r, Harnett Co., N. C.
. i 6. 186. 85-y
Attorney at Iaw,
!" V K T r K V I 1, i . o..
lay Ue consulted at the Law Office of Jese G.
erd. Esq., on Green Street.
July 19. 1856. 7-tf
Wo C. SI. AM,
Can ie found at the Office formerly occupied
by Dr. Gilliam, on Bow Street.
June 26, 1858. tf
j )mn d ii juse.
,i juo-crioer is ddw p'reftared to accontmodate
;.x persons with board, in addition to the number
-tj .iow has. The building which she occupies is
oouveiiiently situated on tile Doualdson Lot, Hay
ii lilt, and is a good location for a Summer ad
Vi iter residence. No pains will be spared to make
.r loardurs cotTOrtatTl-i'---
.'ebruary, 6. MARTHA HART MAN.
. ! Oaiupbeil,
ist side of Gillespie street.
Faybttbvillb, N. C.
. iuer I. i55
i -iy opposite to
E. W. Willkings" Auction Store
Fayetteville, J. C.
,t. I. 185B.
Ocaeral ''oii1mh1o Hcrcnam.
IVU Kington, V C,
tve personal a-tentlOll to me ai r Huipmeu. ui
-niriimeiits of Naval Stores or othsr country
1 ic. -'id any other hnsiness entrusted to his care,
.! 1 'e promptly attended to.
Vpril 18. 1857. ly
l ,000 lbs. Tallow "anted,
or which the highest cash price will be paid.
I. 185-: A. M. CAMPRE.
V lite Lead and Li .-fed Oil, for
nl" b v
Vu ;.
S. J.
Bolting Cloth.
A constant supply of t-- itel Genuine An
ker Bolting Cloth all Nos.. kept oo hand and for
sale at the lowest prices by
Jan 30, 185. im 5mafe2w
aoox itBCJaiVBO ANL) t'Oli bVll
PI iiitiiigPotatoes Pink Eye) and fine Apples.
fresh supply of Raisins, Figs and
') et. 2 - 73-tf foot of Haymount.
lust received and for sale by
S.j. lllNSDALE.
tuly 11. 1857;
t . wy l-i Beaver Creek Sheetings.
i'i i" ira, Wrp and Filling, Nos. 5 to 10.
: !(,. ' ker, 'toiler find Lace LEATHERS.
) i . ul .nufaeturer'aFLadiugs. . .
-Vi-it-r trai 1. .perm. Lard and Lirtiksed Oils.
S i iUUe 's Ui iU, French Glue, Emory, Roller
loth and Glass Steps.
f. tt. .t.L.L. Ire8.B. CM. Co.
t ilv
26. 185-
Oils, Varnish, Brushes, for
r liiltS,
ile by
Tr Dersons indebted to the concern of FRANK &
fposv andJ. H- ROBERTS & CO., are requested
S forward settle their bills. If not settled
y thria of tWmoath,they wUl find them in the
hands of a Lawful Collector. h roberts & CQ
M?8,1868 ' ' WJtt
vjr cy J UI J l o
The following valuable real estate, the property o
. " ?al1 aii0'u- i8 if for sale and coJ.?of the
following tracts
That desirable "place known as Rome, containing
aoout oo acres witu all the improvements. This
place will be sold entire or divided, to suit purchasers,
it being probably one of the beat busiuess stands in
the country, and is vry desirable to those wishing to
enter the mercantile business.
No 2, Consists f a Lot and Brick Store (2 tene
ments,) in Cambleton, on Bridge Street near Claren
. 1 ? .. T .1 ,., . ,1 : . . 1 - 1 -, ,.
uuu unujc. i.uu 10 v.iji uemraoie siana tor business.
No 3, Is 3 acaat lots ioGamobUon. known sn r.i
plot asNos 09, 111. 112, an half of lot 1 IS
. r i 1 ... .... , . .. .. . j
- No 4, Is a dwelling houseand lot on Havmount
corner of Plankroad and Adams St. A very desira-
ble residence tor the whole year.
o ., is a oru .11111 anu steam Engine and Boiler,
of 10 or 1 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 a great bargain.
rorrcrnu appiy u . a.. aa.uu. Assignee.
August 1,1857. 6i-ti
-r-. -. . . r - -
C o nf.ction-
Crackers of
all kinds,
K uts,
-"- ,v w i " - .,JT :
S f aucy Ar
and a vari
etj of arti
cles in the
Foot of n.-ivmouut, Fayetteville, N. C.
Oct. 2. 1851. .3-v
Person indebted to Jas. C. McEachin, as Guardia
of the heirs of John Morrison, dec'd, are hereby re
1 spectfully informed, that said guardian lias in a gi-eal
j majority of instances eudorsed and transferred their
I notes to the undersigned. Also, that our urgent ne
j cessities, apart from the reqi iremtuits of the en lorser,
j 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 the money is not forthcoming.
X. A. MOIililSOM.
Laurinburgh. . C. March 7, 1857. 40-tl
Attorneys and
formedan association for the practice ot their profes
sion in Robeson Co.. only K. E. Troy will also at
tend the Courts of Bladen and Columbus, and J P
Fuller those of Cumberland.
Their Office in Lumberton will be kept open at all
January 9,1858. 83-tf
& CO , having
J,sed this Hotel,: will be pleased to see their
- j-'" n ii i 1 1 i
thev will use every exertion to please
P. N. Roliorts. fJ. G. Smith
Jan. 9, 1338. 83-tf
The Subscriber has on hand and
2. - o w, c o r l
Coffer, Sugars, 1 ,:a,Mol.nsaes,SijrvpaU,lron;
Steel, Naif, Horse Shoes cy JSails, Axes,
Hoes, Shovels, Suidcs, Forks, Trace
chains, Black Smith Tools, Brown
soap, Candles, Candies, Sole
Leather, Negro Shoes,
Hats, Blankets
Saddles, JVhips,
Collars, Glass 1'wti,
Cotton Barrrrinr, 2iIanUhi
Rope, IV lute Lead, Common
ami jine. Cigars, 4' Tobacco,
Powder, and Shot, and Vinegar,
and many articles not enumerated: all in waut can b
uppli.d as cheap as can be bought, in this market.
G. W. 1. GOLD .TON.
Oct. 31, 74-tf
The Subscriber having at Afarch Term 1838, of
the County Coart of Cumberland, taken out let
ters of Administration upon the Estate of the late
Win. P. Wig r.inan, hereby notifies all persons in
debted to said estate to make Payment, and those
having claims against the same to present them
witbin tbe time required by law or this notice will
be pleaded in Har of their recovery.
G. W. WIGHTMAN. Administrator.
March 6, 1858. 94-
A. A. Mclvt't lliili
respectfully informs his friends aud the public, that he
has .ult up large substantial Brick Buildings at his
Old Stand, expressly for minutaetiirin Carriages.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has received
for the last 21 years, he hopes by strict attention t.o
business, with-a desire te give satisfaction, to merit a
eontiuuauce of the same. He warrants his 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
ness and durability. '
He is determined to set! and do any work in his line
on as good terms as any work done elsewhere that is as
Well done. He now has on hand, finished, the largest
AND BUGGIES, ever ottered in this place, and a very
large stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Casn, or on short time to punctual custom
ers. -He has on hand more than ONE HUNDRED
AN!) FIFTY Vehicles Quished and iu course of con
All work made byliim is warranted 12 months
.rial wlli b Vifflfre I7ew workraan8hlP
al W'V 6 r. paired Free o f charge.
with fai
or mat
Persons wishing to buy wonld do well to call and
examine fo themselves.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at short nnticie and dn very rea
sonable terms.
Fayetteville. Oct 1
For the balance of the year, a Dwelling House
situated on Old Street, the late residence of Mrs.
Deze Perry, dec'd.
July 3,
DAVID iVlcDl FF1! K,
NIT PHiftSOM desiring work done in the bes
style in the above department, can secure mv
services by addressing me at Fayetteville, N. C.
Hr D. . Vic D., will take contracts any where In the
cointry, within loo miles from Fayetteville, and
j prompt attention will be given to the same.
1 Sep. 12, 1857, ly.
-tt T Able Negro Men wanted by the Subscribers
to work ou th. Fayetteville and Westeta
Rail Road Sections 10 ll & 18 miles from Fayettsrilfe
of whom the highest price will be paid by calling oi
the Subscribers ou the work.
1 . G. & W. MCDUFFIE 1
March 27 94 tf .
ue uweiuug uouse and lot on Hay Mount, near
the Oonaldsou Academy ioininir VV J Vales and othe-S
Tt 1 11-
latHy occupied by Hector MoMillau Esq.,wUU a wli.Uft rfnl .5o -t. - - ' . xr
lector Mc.vlillau Esq.,wUUax
den in front. It will ''
good tenant on reason U
-1 1 1 i- , , , ,. . . . . , , - -
ot good water & G.rde
oiu; a
OKI 5 tt
barS;i ' or rented to
aPP'y to JAS
. A IV J 1
Also the two . ory Ware House on Church St. near
rresoyterian Church,
April 24, 98-tf
" .
j TT Tt'lfa'riPTro
JLM . S .I.lO.I . '.
; Tho Trustees of the DOVATnnV irAtift
Mde..r. "
iyuiititrrst- ?frT;.'"w,..i.i. :,. i
conducting their Schonl. The Academy is situated
conveni.iitly, , aud the patronage of the school U
KkeTe .ituaa Sto"- FS
. . J
untill the 1st of Septmler.
W. B. VV1.IGHT, President
of the Board of Director.-;.
July 17, 1358. At
The Materials of the North Carolina Areus
Printitirr - Iffif rFli . -i ) .1 1 1 . i .m t ; .
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two first rate Washington Presses, one fcr news-
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ptri aim juu ip.
1 1 . . 1 1
ical experience una taste anu are as complete, as
any in the State.
Any person wishiug to purchase can get a bar-
gain by an earlv Application to
Fayetteville, June, 12tli 1853. tf.
i - ,
i ii !... pnp. ij-p. are uui nimwus iiian ue Dees an oie luiiis-Duu am i Ded quil.s outen a bed chist. but she lett in
little wru aud tbe largest portion ot job type I'lliheel-barrer him into Eternitr. n nl W.kUif. -if .,,
new. It is uniiecesary to enumerate, the se- . . , PT " ' -...--....--.- .. ...,, .
.HE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Sol.liers.ine nuffin now, an I'll tell you how I paid
and t'io Wnlows of Soldiers who iiei
x service in the war ot 1312, can have theii
pensions continued by calling on the undersigned
Congress having made additional provision f
them. 7
Give me the management of your claims, and
the money shall come at once, or iio charge. '
. . Agt. for Pensions.
Fayptteville, June 19, 1858. tf
building iMatek'als. ;
Hydraulic Cement;
Pat tent Lump Lime:
Plastering Hair. ;'
A fresh supply just rec'd and for sale bv
R. Rose.
July 31. 3t
ners' and l.mseea Uik; m tre.h si,,,
rec d and tor sale in quantities to suit bv
July 31. 3t
ryiHAT plesant and most desira'd Country Re
JL treat, 24 miles from town, on the. Fny . ttevill
& Western Plank Kuad, is offered fi. snle on favor
able terms. Apply to BEVERLY ROSE;
July 31, 3t
Mhire White Lead, in Kecrs of 25 and 50 lbs;
X- window Glass, 8x10 and 10I3, together with
1 . i t f n . i i i i : .
g.iieini i in uiii'ut in riiiiiis Him vomi U-Tiir.1
Also, extra No. 1 Bar Soap Adam ntine Candles
of the best quality put in boxes of 20 lbs each.
For sale by B. ROSE.
July 31. 3t
fW HE undersigned has made arrangements hy
j B which ho is prepared to furnish at short no-
tice, any reqired quantity of
' all of which will be from direct importations, into
the Port of Wilmington, and warranted pure alid
Orders for the above excellent fertilizer are so-
lir .ir,l. to which oromot attention will be civ. n.
As this is an article which does not admit of
being sold on time, cash or
company each order.
..frrM. v ti"I.!it a"
iii im RObE.
July 17.
Is now receiving his Spring supply of
Among which are
Prints, Lawns, and Crilliantes;
CoI'd and Black Silks;
Irish Linens and Diapers;
Farmer's Linen, Twilled and Plain;
Cashmere and Merino Twills;
White aud (Jol'd Cotton Hose;
Bolting Cloths, No. 0 to 10;
Slik and Straw Bonnets; Ac.
With almost every article in the Dry Goods line; all
of wiiich has been purchased by the package at the
late sales in New York and Philadelphia: Will be
offered cheap for cash or bn time to paying customer..
March 20. 93-tf
--wj T A Ttl DAVIS having!
tlv locating' in t i
Town of Fayetteville, respectfully offers his sfervi-
ces to the citizens of this place and shrrounding
country. In all the various branches of his Pro-
fession, including the manufacture of Mineral
of Mineral
Teeth, he is satisfied, after an extensive experi
ence, to which is added a thorough Dental, educa-J
tion, that ne can give entire sausim - mr as
it is in the power of Dentistry. All irregularities
of the Teeth treated in a proper- ahd cafe fill man
ner, as well as diseases of the mouths None but
the orouer metals are made use of in. the various
Charges, will he.
moderate, that
benefits of the Profession may be placed within
the reach of all who may feel an interest in the
preservation of the Teeth.
ElPOtHce over Houston's Jewelry Store, where
he will be found at all times.
May 15, 1858 tf
The undersigi-ed have this day by mutual consent
dissolved Copartnership in their Contracts on the
Western Kailroad,- J Cj LALEY.
July l.t l5d. 3t-pd JAS. BBANIN,
N 0 R T I f f! 4 I i ( I , I I A K v
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From the Nifehrille Union and American.
Sut Lovt ngood's Chest Stot y '
BY S 1, of TENS'. .-:'.
I told you, George, tht
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I Well in t te R mo voL'a. m snrni fta T bp. d
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. m. uuau i tuuabr ni b ll .T UUV
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UIU" anQ woman could ever get as clost as
man aud wife should, arter such a h 1 bye
a fuss and hurtin as tuck place at ole Busns day. - Ty ;
j.neyse all got a spite at mo yet about
that ar trubil, an I swar I warnt to blame
..: .. r ... .
- , . cl1 orter , maae efj Bii or .conven1an ofiJightnin
rtnrned haslet cut niitDn himi BJ--Tr7rTr
for him if I ketches him, for gittin me infer'
troul.l, arter he did all the devilment, while :
1 f bar the blame. Now, ain't hit hard
1 A 1- B' 11 J 1 C T
ma. u?iug a iiaierm uorn u i iouij s a jmi o cane, pac iuu ove ; wet powaer, witn
owns lis, has to bar the blame of the doins the open aind towards his his hed, Now
of an infunnel stumpy horn'd, curly, faced I meano tu lite hit, id start him on his
hole iob bull; and that, too, arter I'd dun ! travels with a tree top fast to the swingle
him a kindness, puttin the ba skit hndil over j tree but I thot I'd fust sneak tip to the house
his Wns, so he could eat the corn while he ; and see what were agwine on, and what I
war i travelini for I swar they'd a mauled saw altered inV nlans rmr.. lv. T snek I
him rood ef they had kotch him a eatin ove
1 I " . J m
hit. He 's an ungreatful beast, and I'll du
, I . ji i , n-i i i , - ,
i i' r . . : i . l I i.- r i
j rts 101 oi.nj, ei . uaiui evt-u witu uer, von
my jist nail my tonge to a tree, an then
. gLer me tm l reels whole carcasg into
L -i j. j i u . i l
I amile ot tiing, and thar 11 be nothin lett
I yit my bones on tu the toe nails, and per-
: jjurns 10, mina ei 1 aon t. 1 and anaDer otlamD blac onto he till. In
ps a sernpshun ot-la gs, and a pile ot rags ' sum supp r, an she wer mighty willin an pies
nd har at the ee 'id of hit. She" dont owe in and broke on to the kitchen to grit hit in
ud. It wiir about lavinsr by corn tim tim.
when she married that hard face, mean fisted
j w cus M t ag.nog time, I be?an to
, , , 0 ? - 3 , ,
1 see that he wernt her "arhnity, es a school
I teaching oman called hit, when she wanted
to circumvent me s tu git her wood cut and
her mar cried. 'George, did you ever have
a strong minded woman git arter you a
real he oman.' 'No.' 'Well, if ever one
dus, jist you fite her like she wore whiskers
or run like hl; ef yon don't ef she dont turn
you inter a kidney wormd hog what cant
raise his bristles in less nor a month, you
er more or less ove a man than I takes you
to be. Ove all the varmints I .ver seed Iae
feerdest of them. They haint human; theyse
an ekal mixtry ove studhoss, black snaks;
goose, pe.tcock, britches an d- d raskil.
They wants to be a man; aud as they cant
thev fixes up thar case by being devils.
tact with a comit or a coal-porter lhaif"on.
bve em eny time. Th.yll undermine your
vv el1, matters rocked along, all hands
doin es they pleasedj and I a watchin ove
em -for 1 wur arter revenge ontil about
the hosses begin to squeal an turkeys to gob
ble, I discivered her 'affinity.' She wur
running an oppersishnn line to the ole chick
en eater, in cahoot with a man powfull with
pills and squt3 Doctor Gua Fabin
, . - . . i
an they
wur makin fast time, all connections, and
the male vur kerried pufectly fust rate.
But I dont much wonder; she never did feel
i warm to ole Clap-haw; h t was the1 suckit
riders charm whot foch her "again her will,
j George, youse got a heap to lam y it. There
1 am three vartints what can charm wimmin
an b'rds the suckit rider, the cat, and black
They kin du it, an none ove em
ever misses a change. Ef 1 had a pet mock-
inbird and a darter, Id make war on all
cats and suckit riders I'd fill the buryin
o-roun with wun, and the big sink hole with
the tuther; .m I'd he v a barrel full ove h.yme
, , , i i. f i-:ii : i
books an claws as u.edels of my skill in clost
I seed a loaded shot gitn once lyin
, i , art
I broadcast onto the counter, ove Cougdon
gtore, there war a cat washin ove her face
top ove a hat box, an a suckit rider wur a sceqliits cyUfseBy the lite ove the cane squib old r-entleman proved too much for him, f.
tryin to git Cogdon tu gin sumethin to pay an the fox-fire, and every now and then the nb ent i0me and died in a fit. If mercha:.
for 'over-edits for the puis Sepoys,' at tuther hoss fotsh a ye:l bit wan't a squeal, tit a bra o n t want td o-et rich too fast they shonl
eend ove the room; and durnd ef it didn't , but sorter between the two, a orful sound. t,e tiareful uot to advertise."
Cock hitself, and then twiirig rOiind like the ! Ive never hern eny live thing make jist that j
needle ove a cumpus, fust towards and wun noise afore or sence and 1 swar 1 dout want td. 1 l p ri iiINIX(j to Demii A ft .'
and then tuther, I dunrio hbw often, an at I thort I'd follow an see what went-with 1 months a- o a gentleman residing in the i.
last went off-killed the caves ded as be the chist. Arter I'd went a tnil. iir so I sutereturn d from California, brin ; -d
d, an tuther barrel tore off four faearn a voice up in the ar, say "mister, you'd J" llirn , m prattling Indian gl I
jarus uve iu. hu.m. nu.a. w
us vu ui. ct-iuiig ii un a luuiiiu. .iia.i o.
an instink in shot guns about this thing sar-
tin; f or you never see a sucket rider vith
wun in his hand, nor a eat - what loved the
smv 11 of gunpowder: j
Well;' arter I larnt what road they run thar
line over, and all the pints ove the case, I
went tu wurk td gin both a skeea, and him
' t . T I ! : .. . . . 1 1,4. . V..I.IMH ' 1 1 . n '
iiuriiu. iutwi uo "
ove em: the bovs call'd him Gut Fatty for
Bnorti an he call'd em "imperdent, onedica-
j ted d d jackasses' fur long. He wnr jist
- t. -A,aa 1 . nr. w r tllAr
"V , luu'u V" &' " :."
His' eyes were like onto two huckelberries es
- .
tu color and size, stuck, deep inter a oigDau
of red putty, ?f.ho'di been killed and biled
in a hogshead of lye, hed a made soap enough
to washed away the sins ove a whole Know
nothing Congressional district Congress
man, lawyers, wimmeil n all; He dressed
himself to kill, and rid a monsous big black
lirkaa ok r lc V rV , CkT Til Olltill VPT1
him his neroorshums wer chan2ed--he teen
Vhen I got dun with warn't over
i hight an ea lonu es one ove ole
feet long
ten hands
Bulliu's sarmaintSi I hed gethered and hid
a fust rate lot ore fox-fire all feddy td iise.
Well, one night I found this long, black,
king, hoss hitched to a limb, in a
-ole not far Mnd ole (. lapshaw hoiise
store debts; so I tuck off the Doctors squar
bod ed saddil bags and sarched em an tack
all docterin truck outen the vial All A hnrpa.
nnnroil ln'f f 1. 1f 1.11 .: u. i-i
I "v u 1110 uau ivu uig UOLIU
ove whiskey, siraek hit ttp good( and Jist
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tt t 1, 1 . 4- , 1 t t-. P .1-. .1
...v., m. ,0.1 spoymni. xi Wfr tne D1ffeSt
mixtrv n.o ... W U.Z '.
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. -.u . HiiiiH. a .. n ab mia i .
J. uvv c 0- VJ 1HUII
mviii try II I V HflJI IK.
g?era outen the stable, an btifj von" tlite ole
black 'patient,' now laborin onder - myp
sciption (waru't bit beyant Common doct?ne?)
U16 1 I tied lumps of fbx-fir U orer tie
nafn ess' inter his mane, and onfcei-ears
Hcloolted-ttie Ible blac devft d3ike onto
hafn ess' inter his mnn tnd . bf.W,
r , wiM.7S-w " " T ."T
d - -- -
,&rfif & Ujytxed wth an o
powfnllf J; vk'::aad hbt 1
rful siteer
hattin. Then
.plicen the ondereide ore his tail a big
1 n . , ...
; must a noise, for when I peeped through the
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; crack at the door, thar wer Sicily a fliiiff out
. . . , ... . ...
.jumped rlH ratty in 1118 Snut tail one
j slam'd the lid, turned thev key, and flung. on
h d terrectly. I nocked a staggerin
. . .. . , , """aa""
sorter onsartin lick and war so drunk I cud
j scasely stand. I managed to ax Sicily for
i - i -
hopes the hopes that when I'd stuffed my
carcass I'd go to sleep. When sh lef so
did I, arter the ole thnshin mesheen cover
ed with hoss hide and fox-fire. I foch him
up clost to the door, and tied a stout rope
to the handil ove the chist, an to the swingle
tree. Thar war a new connection for Mas
ter Doctor Gut Fatty's line. Now mind,
he'd never sed me in all his born days, and
praps never hearn ove me so while I wer
making the hoss perfectly fast onto the chist
he whispered "Sicily love, is he gone?
Sez T, 'Yes; but do you keep still: sumthin
orful is 8gviue to happen imejutly; that'
signs and wonders in the above the comb
of the mountain, an they all has eyes an nos
es li e Mister Clopthaws, and theyse makin
dredful months at me ail that's a thousand
laig wun ontu the fence es iong esa close line
hits body is red and streaks ove sheet litenin
is playing among hits scales and hit have two
".V sr. s t-TlA h'in monf. ik ontn von
ana me. x mn en ray nr aaau, J
il .-j 1 .1 1 . - ,
ine yeartn, ana now inen an gins tnem a snak
an great big drops ove fat cotlies ohteh ybiij
and afore they draps to the groun they cetchs
fire and bums lik turpentine. Oh Dordy!
Guns! lovei we haVe ruinated our sefs! You
begin rite in the middil of the biggest six hos
prayer you know nun ove yer little 'now I
lay me down to sleep.' brit a rale strong devil
shurkiri pray.f. an keep on at it' fur thars
vexashun bve spirit and bodily tribulatiou
ahead fur us bof. I hearn him groan an he
trimbled till he shuck the chist, but he sot in
to prayin fur the heathen, mi sprend ove the ahoss. I knowed that we had
planted a big skeer an that hit would bar
frute ofore moon down, sol jist snatched up a
chunc ove fire oft eii the hath an toch off the
powder onder the tail ove the ole hoss; 'Now
I'll j,st be continentally an especially durned
el that chist didn t go outen the dbor breast
high, arid the fus time hit struck the yearte
werefotty feet down the. hill fits thar the
fust ove the aigsgot tharsefs basted ther nex
time hit toch the yeartW wer. on tuther aind
(an thar the ballanceof Sicilv's aiffs crin iid
thor shells,) away belyw the stable, now th.
.'. i
s ; mtxtry begun: aigs, lamp blac, and ole Gut
a Fatty. Th chist tuck down the rHoun.ain; t
, utfuer not irave mucii iuruar mat course:
TT 1. 1 1 1 . -,
xi is uusteu pium open and tnis yere
mountain's f 11 ove the devels. I wish I wer
back itt ole North Calinaj" whar onst peple
ken sleep ove nite..'" I looked up sorter
skeered, jtn thai sot astraddil over a limb
ave big red oke, a, long bony spe iment ove
regular herrin me. sheen, in his shuttahis
hi eyes shuied like, a mink's an the bottom
ove ms leei tuuKfa sorter line a taier paicii
in thr weeds: Sez I. Ttav vou crofe linuor lef.
0. M yei drunk at all, ur only & durned fool?'
I aint nether (gin u a chew terbaeker) 1
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efu' cu luuu,u tual wltu T
Up by an awful yell, an here cum the devel
a taring es big es a corn crib, an he had hell
fire harness on an a knot on the aind ove
hs tail es big es a turpentine still, an he
ran over my horsses and upsot my waggin, an
tuck thru my. camp Cre, inking the chunks, an
sparks, an ashes fly es high es the trees, ri Oui
ove site in a minit. The die hen an the chick;
am scattered an I
tiik this yere tree, an
I'm gaine tu keep hit till mdrning. (Gin os a
chew of tefbrtc.kef.) I'll tell yon mister, this
yere TeuheSsee don't suit me. Such sites ove
nites, an stich mouutais ove a day, will break
down any man that was ever foulded and no her
ringf or tar; dam the place. I'm gwine bS.k
do yon here rafeon.?" F5e I, "spcctyon ha.1
Best go hack, and travel in t)iet tlmC
for that. warnt thsrTseed, brtt thefoS
KHier ior l'oie .. f ...
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ir,'H ... -i , .. .
. . "j, -an i r 11
e sees yo
sr. oiu .orth vaiitiav
ntir ver tnr
; kfn neither: stf 'Jon hed better fnihd.'
1 wein, on in 1113 camn, .in ihar n .,t -..-
t cfiat , ,'.. ti 1
7 PqiaiWVlltO U1S, hunkers, all alone, n?thiM'
- , v 1
L?t JP
ist 8; ..jfar Clever hilt np to mortal eyps
HV he'd- a rolled wffn way
ft e iiriji-r, ah he were everv color
Weref every color ever
iiiTentetTili shit wr sfucfe es tita'to him e.t
fn pasted one, hewer peppered all over with
U"oken shells.Wara piece 8 bitf es a o-r;:.
Here wefe a black st.eake. aide-ed
laf, then a mixed frfr.h ore all cullers, .the it
corn. . -1
looked liks-lut h:ru Deen diped in thunderBml 7
liteti.ii) an skj Ida; he wus. no more like hunnu
than dad'wheo he acted boss, an he out stunk
a buizafd's nestj fur some ove the aigs wtrti
sorter spid like, an sum wer almost ready in
chirp. To look's t him an smell ove him yoTi
corileii't think he ever thought of an oman, ni'
that one would ever let him cum inter the lo'
I think his nppitite far them wittals are a'?
..-"T -a. I A " .. .. ."
gone. ez 1, w nat er yonx uo no,- v
you snrii invenshnn to kare wimmeh an hossesV
'Do no.' 'Whnr you live?' Jo his sens"-
seemed sorter tn cum, at ha aed how fur wi '
to the Hiwasse. coppef mine; fcez I, nevrr
hearn tell ove hit." "Well, hit's in Polk Comi
ty Tennessee.' 'Yoii am jist aliOut otle hnhdreil
and fifty miles frnm thai-, on the side oi'
Tennessee River, iii Jackson County Alabnmf
' Is that fl fiiC, mister?' 'Snrtin,' sez I. H
fotched a big breath. 'Well, I'v made the fn
test time ever made by mortal man atween them
pinfs. I 'se jest been about fonr ntinits a doin:-
hit, but. hit has ni o-to killed me ' 'Now,' ...
I, 'mister ef that is so, don't you tell hit her
fur they'll tuke you fur the telegraph what .
they've been looking fur with gnns fur a Ion .
time, and they lieV yer scalp a durned site quit--er
nor yon tatsde Je. fast tripj they don't b--'
jieve in you hf the devil what invented ynii;
don't wast time in pnttin another hundrt d mil.
! ol. so attyeeii vou and this here place. I f
lowed the horse about seven miles by the u'c''1
tor'e truck what I'd give him, but I could'-
ketch up. I never seed him nortlie chest tmr
Gun Fatty arter that nite, on I don't care i
dliru ef t lisvef da. "Wonder ef Bicilymisns
him "Jce? Ole Clapshaw believes in witci;-
wai lock, an long nebbed things,' more than !
does in Sicily an his growing skce r ovo ghcp'
keeb3 hint at home o'nights I roilly think hi s
;: ,rt I)P a pl009
lirtft tlllK. -lr v '
wa ntt Him, iei-tif m ".. -,... . ." -..
lias nO roses on her cheeks !he cuiin"Tan.T
and she won't cry. Huint hit orful In thir'c
ove? Sav George, don't sum feller up yer tr )
nuike whisky onten norn and hot strike niiu '
Ei thar is, seiid iae wuid by the fust chance.
A Very Hard Case.
The New York Times tells the following
"An eiit.prnrisino- vouncr man in Albar
a few years ago who had, what he consider..!
to be a valuable medicine, which he wishc t
to seu for the benefit of mankind, prevail -
upon an 0 fellow of his acquaintance t
join him in business, and furnish him wi
the necessary capital to go ahead with. I: ?
came: to New York, and at once entf roi
Upoh 'almost profligate and ruinous cour.-f
.'i .:: ,. bb.b t lt exi itrd tin
l ,.m nf the old o-entleinan in Albanv, win
came down to" inspect the accounts of th i
concern, and to his utter consternation V
discovered that his prodigal partner hn :
epeTlt his cntire capital the' first year in a--
ve.t.sino. fiut examining a little furthrv
i. :...Li i, .,.,. . idiiil to h s
.. .;, a t.ho amount t.f
a -T.jiii. inxji nicm ,..-
the .abif d he had furnished, as his ..hat
ofthe rofita The astonishment of the po r
. .. JnterestiiKr creatnre as ever provt
a "well spring of pleasure," in a household.
The gentleman for son:e reason did not CP' "
to have the child remain in ha family, ai d
brought her to this city and placed her i i
the or han asylum, aud promised to c:
and see her; For a few days the life sn; -rodndingher
seemed to furnish sufficient t :
tei tainment, but it was soon apparent th;
something was l icking to satisfy her mi: T
entirely a void which conld only be fillo )
by the presence of some one whom she ha-!
learned to call "papa." She ' became li?'
less and mei nclio.y, and the sports of th.
children failed to please or interest Visitoi a
to the asylum petted the little 'Pocahohtar.,'
as she "was called, but their attenti:
scarcely ever recalled her spirits. -;.-stantly
ujibh lie. tongue was t'ie name o:
"papa." She grew weary and tiredi a; ;
graddaly dumb. There wag nd appart": -disease,
but a perceptible wasting aw:i
of the natural energies. The gentle in:; i
who left her at the asylum had ne 1
called to see his little charge, although b! '
was nouried, and cared for with all t' l
tenderness possible, she slowly drooped nu' i
a few day, since when she died with tl. i
last fleeting breath still murmuring the nai.
of ' papa," as she had frequently done in v
fae&vn9--Ciitc;.7inctiti Gazette

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