North Carolina Newspapers

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iijru'iifvs of W people. - rA'-- vj
f OBER 9. 1858.
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s 'II IT ivO' I on I II inMBVa
d till forbid and charged arccordins.r?
ention is direrird to thix requisition.
WM. F. VVluli TMAA & LU.
CI.E3IE.VT G. WUIGIiT.
Attorney at Law, AytKeTille.S.C.
O.'S.ee at tbe corner of Bow and Green streets
Feb'y 3.
1656.
.J. A. SPEAKS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A.TTKVDS the Courts of Cumberland,'
'j.ki an.l Johnston.
Address, Toomer, Harnett Co., X. C.
Feb. .18. 1856. 33-T
llarne
BARTtPiV
AtJnrrjcy
FULLER,
at Ijav,
V Y K 1 X E V I 7 j T E , Jff , C . .
Mav be consulted at tbe Law Office of Jest G. Shop
hri. Es (.7 on Gre
July IS, 1850.
en Street.
4i ;
g7) 'X?Tr -l TS' "T
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Can be found at the OiTke formerly occupied
by Dr. Gilliam, on. Bp :v Street.
F1YETIEVILLE, S. C.
June 26, 1853. tf
TROY & FULLER,
Attorneys autl Cou.isrliui a
AT LAW.
LUMBEUTOX A'. C.
ROBERT K. TKOV & JOHN P. FULLER, have
ormed an association for the practice ot their profes-
""end tfio CourtsrrBiadea and Coltttcbas, aua T;i
Fuller those of Cuinberiand.
Their Office in Lumbertoii will be kept open at all
times. . ,
Ja-iuary 9.1S5S. 'f
A. -M. Campbell,
VCT!OSEE!t & COMMISSION MEKCHA5T,
East s:df of Gillespie street.
FAYSrTEVIM.K. X- C.
Oito ber 1, 18S5
.U A a It L K V A C T O It V.
BY GEO. LAUDER.
Vearlv opposite to E. W. Willkinjc Auction Store
Faystteville. X. C.
Oct. 1. IS5G. T
w. II. T IJ li I s a T O X,
General Cum mission Hercltain.
NORTH WATER TrtEET,
Wilniiiglon, N. C,
Will i vp p3r.?onal attention to the sale or shipment r,X
ill c - i?i :m9nts of Naval Stores or other country
pro 1 tee. and any other business entrusted to his care,
willbeproinpt.lv attended to,
April 13. 1857. iy
I O.OOO lbs. Tallow " anted,
For which the highest cash price will be paid.
Oct. I. IS.jf
A. T.I . CAMPBELL.
White Lead and
Linseed Oil, for
S. J. HINSDALE.
63-tf
sale bv
Aui- 15,
Bolting
Cloth.
A constant supply of i.rr.nte.1 (.enuine An- f
ker 13olting Cloth all No.-?., kept op hand and for j
gale at the lowest prices by
JAMES MAliTINE. I
Jan 30, 1853. Ira 5 m af o w i
NOTICE. !
The !-i:ttiseriber hnvmr at ,l7r,re'". Term 1R.').'3. o-
tht cityunty C'tart of Otmiberlaud, taken out let
tors of Admiui.stration upon tbe JKistite uf the site
fVai. F. iVi g-fitinan, hereby notifies all jiersons in-
debted to s'S.id estate to make Payment, ami those j
having claims against the same to present them
within the time required by law or this notice, will
be pleaded in Har ot their recover'.
G. W. WLGIITMAN, Administrator.
March 6, 1853. Di
F RE SIL TUBJXir SEED.
FLAT DUTCH,
KED TOP.
ENGLISH NORFOLK,
LARGE GLOBE,
RUT A BAGA,
Just received and for sale by
S. J. HINSDALE.
July 11. 1857. tf
FOR SALE.
neavy 4-4 BeVaver Creek Sheetings.
Cotton Yarn, Warp and Filling, Nos. 5 to 10.
ALSO,
Belt, Picker, Roller and Lace LEATHERS.
Oils and Manufacturer's Findings.
Winter strained. Sperm. Lard and Linseed Oils.
Shattlie'a Isinglass, French Glue, Emory, Roller
Cloth and Glass Steps.
$ H. HALL, Pres. B. CM. Co.
July 26. 185S g-tf
P -lints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, for
Sile by
Aug.
S.J. HINSDALE.
63-tf
15.
PORK! PORK! !
K( BBLS. Prime Pork good article. Jnst re"
tJJ ceived by E. F. MOORE & CO.
Oct. 2, 3t
frfs
NOTION. r
Persona indebted to Jas. C. MeEaehiu. as Guardian
of the heirs of John Morrison, dec'd, are hereby!" re
spectfully informed, liisftid iguardiau has in a greal
majority of instaneeWnJtorsed and transferred thwii
notes to the "undersigned. Also, that our urgent
cessities, apart frora.lbejeqi iremeiits'Ssf the endorser,
cotnnel us to collect us&ueedHY as possible. Alt those ':
indebted will therefore -oblige i.s, and themselves too, 1
ivy riayittg'up imm(Hiiaeiy. ire itmi u
where the monev is not forthcoming.
. I. MORRISON.
-"' J . MOitPJ.-CX
"" A. MORKISON.
Launnburgb. N. C -March. 7. 185". 4"-tl
A. A, ScK ih?n
respectfully inform bis friend.- and the pttbhc
that he
has jjiit uo Urge aistantial brick Kuiiutng nt
Old Stand, expressly for muinUacturin Cai-riaijes j
I ThanKful for the very tibernl patronage lit aas rtc-eiveu ,
for .; ?a--t 21 years, Ue hopes ly strici aiiem.on io
business, with a desire tj give pat isfactio.i , to merit a
oont'muubce of the same. lie warrants his work to be
made of the best material and by experienced workmen
hi each branch of the lmsiness. His work will compare j
favorably with any made itt the United States, for neat- j
ness and durability. ' j
He is determined to sell ana ao any w(.. m m iuc
on as good terms a any work done elsewhere that is as
well done. He now has on hand,snnished, the largest
stock of CARRIAGES, BAROUCHES, ROCKAV, A VS.
ANl BUGGIES, ever ottered in this place, and a very
larsre stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom
ers." .TTS-He has on hand more than ONE UUNItRF.D
AND FIFTY Vehtoice finished and in course of con
struction. ,T9AU work made byhim is warranted 12 months
with fair usape. and should it fail ly bad workmanship
or material will be repaired free ofehursce. -
Persons wishius to bay would do well to call and
examine fo themselves. .-
Orders tlnnkf iliy received and promptly attended to .
R-'patririsr executed at short notice a ad on very rsa
sonable terms.
Favetteville. Oct 1. 1R"P
SCI1IEFFELIX, BROS. $ CO.,
drCgs, rAists;' iTFuirfe'trtT
170 William St.. Cor. Leokman, N. Y.
Tii' ite the attention of Hie trade to their large and
varied stock of DRUGS. PAINTS, OILS, PER
FUME fiY, Ac.
Iu addition to their regular importation of Staple
Goods they are also rece.ivinpr. direct from the sour
ces of production and manufacture, supplies of Tooth,
Hair and Nail Brushes, Bronzes, forks, Mortars,
Sponges. French and English I'erfumerp. Lubin's
Extracts, and many other articles usually c-mbraced
in iiruirjiists' stocks, which they are lso enabled to
otf. r on the most advantageous terms.
Orders, either iu person or by mail, will receive
prompt attention.
Sept, 4, ir-.")S. Cm-pd-
ASH WIHMR
We hate received -a -part, mul are thtibj
expecting the balance, of our FALL AND Vi'iNTEli
supply of
SEASONABLE GOODS,
Embracing a very large stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Ilats ami Caps, Bonnets, Umbrellas.
Readv-Made Clothing. &c A'c, &c.
A.LSO-
About 400 Cases of BOOTS aNI SHOES well
sorted, all of which we are disposed to sell at
as
low prices for Cash or good paper.
II & E. J LILLY,
town paper copy.
September 4, M
Cw
FALL IMF OR TA TIOXS .'
We are now receiving the largest Stock of
STAPLE & FANCY DK1T GOODS,
LAIIES' CLOAKS. MAN TIE LAS, 11 OOP
SKIRTS, KEADY-MADE CEOIIIIXG,
HATS, CAP
HOOTS, SHOE
UMBRELLAS, Arc.
i.ver
ffered by us; which will bo sold at VI
le-
Sale ch
at
lor casu or on tjjo
imi time tor
S: WILLIAMS-
proved aji'-r. " S'l'Al
Kei.t. 11 lri."S. ' -tf
Tf-IL MING TON C UA It LOT TE 4
It. UTIIFAlFOltD RAIL ROAD CO.
TUo Koguiar Aiinn i! AlretKig ot the Stockholders
of the Wilmington, 'JhanoUe iV, Rutherford Railroad
Company, will he held in he Town ul' Wilmington, on
Thursday, the 14th day of October next.
II- W, GUIOX. I'resrt.
Sept. 18, IcoS. till
WANTED.
O Abie Negro Men wanted by Cue Subscribers.
0 to work on the Fayettcviile ami Westi-cu
Rail Road Sections 10 1 1 & it? miies from Fuyeiu viUe
for whom the highest price will be paid by caliiiig on
the Subscribers on the work.
1 . G . A. W . M c DU F FIE.
March 27 1)4 tf
JJTEVV PALL SO WINTER DIti' GOODS.
ALEX. JOHNSON, Jr.
HaS received and is this day receiving a large
and desirable
STOCK OF GOODS,
embracing all the neweit styles of
Ladies Dress Goods, Cloaks, Shawls,
Basques, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
and Trimmings, of all kinds.
FOR GENTLEMEN.
A very desirable stoek of
Ready-Made Clothing, Cloths, Cassi-
meres, Testing, Hats, C'ips, Boots,
Shoes, Umbrellas, &c, &c.
Together with many articles aot deemed necessary
to Enumerate.
AH of which will be offered -low for CASH, -or on
time to such as pay when called on. -
! ALEX. JOJJiNSOJN, IB.,
- ayetteville Sept. 26, 1858. 4t - - -
,w J
imi ' ii ii imp mi. uuuim' turn" 1 1" w.
dpaincof the large body of water by which it was
fferet j"o"e covepea. i r.e ianu is appaicuny ich-i,
being free from ridges (which are so common to
swamp lands generally) whilst there is an abundance
of fall, by which the rain water can be carried off
by ordinary ditches. A small portion of the land
lias been "in cultivation about 7 vears and those
ner-ons wb.. have seen the crops, regard the land
as eci'ual in fertility to any they have
seen iu tins
state or e
neighbe-rlK
elsewhere. the location is
healthy,
the j
lood good, and the ace
is to r ayettville I
a good road 1 i
and Wiloijn
Inn casv bv means o
mi tea in tenn-tti Wdintr di recti v to the river. Besides
j itiis. it is within a miles of a beautiful little viilage, j
np..u a high and healthy Bluff, at the river, with aj
j Store, Wave-honst.- and first rate landing. All which j
! atfV, id ii;uiy conveniences to the neighborhood. As
j several persons have spoken tf purchasing, this isj
j deemed a proper time to call 'heir attention to the i
subject, in ss much as there is a crop sow growing'
upon & small portion of the land, by which they can j
judge of iu production, jrsrlieasonable terms will j
; be given to the purchaser. j
x0TICE TO SOLDI KK'S WIDOWS.
rpilIE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Soldier?,
ML ami the Willows of SoWiers who mi:t
IN service in the wur ot 1812, can have their
pensions consulted bv t allmg en the undersigoei
rn'irrrpcs br. .-!:." nrndo additional lro vision for!
A ' j
tho.'n.
(xive me the maimeinent of your
claims, an I
tin- mot:ev eholl coiae at ouce, or no .'Large.
.1X0. M- ROSK.
At. for Pensions
Favettovilie, June tf
13K U U V I A N G U A K
lrulers'gueu
s iiia if nrrangoments r-;
whifiti he is prepare
dtoiurnisn at snort li.i
tire, anv veqnvd quantity ot
. Ho. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO,
all of which will bo from direct importations, i
the Port of Wilmington, and warranted pure ;
geouiue. '
Orders for the above excellent fertilizer at.,
licited, to which prompt attention will be given
As tiiis is un article which does not admit
July 17. 9 .",:""" i
JAMES IS IT Z 33 t
Is now receiving his Spring supply of
DR GOODS-
Among winch are
Prints. Lawns, and Brilliantcs; v
Col'd and BUck Silks;
Irish Linensind L'iapers: f.
Farmer's Line::. Twilled and Plain;
Cash. uere and Merino Tuilis;
White and Col'd Cotton Hose;
BoUi-.m Cioihs, No. to 10;
! SLk and Straw Bonnets; Ac.
j Wilh almost every article in the Dry Goods line; V!
j of which has been pacehasfd by the package at -ie
! late sales in New York and Philadelphia: Will U
offered cheap for cash or on time to pavinor custom. r
March 20. J3-lf
. JA31J-8 DAVIS, i.avi;i
deciJi-d on permanent 1 v locating in tl p i
Town of FayetteviRe, respeetniily offers his sei-.i-ces
to the citizen of this plaep ' and ns-roundiuj
country. In all the yn$ious hranehes of his pru.
fission, inclauinjr rhetnanufiieture of tinct:.!
: Teeth, lie is satisfioH. after an oxte-nsivo oxperi
! enee, to which, is uibled a thorough Dental cdnea
! lion, that ho etui give entire satisfaction hs far s
j it is in the power of Dentistry. All irrepubiriti
of th-j Teeth treated in a proper mid careful man.
; per, as wi ll as diseases of the mouth, None In-,
j the proper metals are made use of iu the vartou
I operations. Charges wil! he moderate, that tli;.
t benefits f the Profession jnny be placed withia
the reach of all who may fee! an interest in the
i preservation of the Teeth.
i i3ri flRc over Houston's Jewelry Store
i he be found at all times.
wneri-1
xl.iy 15. 185 . tf
BEDSTEADS .LVD
CILlfRS
F
r Sle at reduced pjices, nt the Auction Store.
of . A. M. tAMPjiEEL. j
Auk it I, . - -tf -
W "1ST.
8S no iv r.
t vin- his Fall snnnlies of the above,
article. He can supvdr Country Merchant's
pn
cs which he is suru will Tt.ulr. it t! cir interest
deal with him
xi a has lor sale.
una tea-sets,
1300 Doz.
500 "
100 -s
Common Cups and Saucers,
rine do.
Dishes,
do.
200 Covered Dishes,
100 Doz. Pitchers,
S00 " Plates,
1000 " Tumblers and Goblets, -
TSO looking.g-lasses,
Coffee Mills, Toy Locomotives, and Yan
kee Clocks by the box.
And other goods in proportion.
- EF"In order to give time to have sroods WELL
. ProeWv inpS'-r"7 mercbants Bhonld bu-y tne,r
I ,, . - .
I Kent. A
r hi
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received a largo and splendid Stock of Sta-
i pie Dkt Goons, Hakdwajie, Boots, and Suoes, Hats,
and Cats and Sadjery.
v Oct. 2.'
lm
TILL
C. E. LEETE. - t Oct. 2,
GROCERIES
Rio, LagS'rjji aiidTava t
St.T
'
.
K
Round Shave Stones
25 " Hacker-Files. 5
ALSO.
A 'Large assortment of Cooper's Tools.
1 wiiild call the attention of untidirisers tit niv
, IUl-boH. . . , -1 t
"-v, '"J1-1 oi:;i c-.- uuu cirapurs, as iney. excel
anv everoil'ered for sale in this market.
Oct. 2.
lm
C. E. LEETE.
FISH .LM) BJ2COJV,
Bis. No. 1 Herrsng-;
50
25 Bbls.
2o i -2o
"
No. o .Mcckerel;
do. do.;
Pokk,
Cheese. Lord, Butter, and Box Herrings.
Oct 2. Ins C. E. LEE
'E.
FALL AND WINTER.
JVKW GOODS.' GOODS!.'
J". O. "IPOj3
Is receiving tiie Largest Stock of
Staple aud Fancy Dry G-oods,
ver iiefoi-e olf.-red iy him. which embraces all the
LATEST STYLES OF
t,:ViiiK.ji iiaa-rjj k.h ex's ii goods.
Among th.'ni will
iilCII SILK ANi:
be found.
NI IfELAlNE PATTERNS, of the
latest style.
A Isirre lot FRENCH MERINOS, tosrefher with everv
shade of SOLID 1ELA1JES. all wool.
A large assortment of French, English aji-1 American
PRINTS. DES AGES, and other goods for
Travi.iiiiig Dresses. A large lot of
HAND ;OMK K.'.rnROro'BCIES.
A great varietv of Ladies SH AWI,S and CLOAKS,
BOVN'ETS, French ARTIFICIALS, RIBBONS, tc.
A handsome stock of
ihS W5
il ATS, CAi-S, LilJO fS and SHOES. KERSEYS.
Ni ono BL.4.XKFT3, and all other goods belonging to a
Dry-Goods Store,
j All the citizens, aad everybody that visits the old
f W:i, will confer a fa by calling on the snbReriber
.. t 1 1 ? t . 1 miuutfu.w Miji.;iir iwvwtfil11
YtV '" " -, - J. C. i'fJE.
Sept. 25
2m
NEW S- BEAUTIFUL GOODS!
' A. J. K'OOmVAEU
HAS RECEIVED A VERY LARGE STOCK OF
CliOTHlKG.
E selected it in New York with great, care,
and takes pleasure in informing iiU customers
1 and the public, that it is tue most coini-.H-.e mock ever
j ottered in this market. He calls atteufU.n to his ex
' tensive stock of.
j SHIRTS. CRAVATS. SfO'.:ivS, fn.OVES,
! SUSPENWERS, HOSIERY. Ac.
ITe bought lhe.se goo Is low. ami will' pel! them low
for rash or to those who proaiptlv pay their accounts,
A. J. WOOIUVARD.
2 doors below 3. J. Hinsdale's Drag Sto;e,
Sent. 2.1.
:5t
Lumbcrton ..Idvcrtiscment.
"SHE subscriber begs leave io inform his customers
that he is now receiving an excellent supply ot
FATL A A" V WISTER GOODS.
Consisting of a tali & complete assortment of
all kinds of
DKES3 GOODS,
For Ladies' wear, such a Silks. Merinos and ileLalns.
' Al ;o, Cloaks, Mantillas. Bonnets ami Trimmings.
Otmifcvtic :0(!s
: For Family and Servants use; such as Calicoes, Ging
lanis. Liiiseys, Striped II iraespjes. Tiekings. DriiUngs
Kerseys. Flannels of ail colors. IUaached and Un
bleached Sheetings and Shirtings,
i B O O T S AND S II O E 3,
i A full assortment for Men's and L ilies' wear; also
Miss's. Girl's and Children s huo-s.
HATS a- CAPS, ofall sorts and sizes.
Jt KADV-.i A L t : CM)T 5 i 1 N J,
Of superior make and good -materials.
H!tlMVA51E A?i CUT Ij lill V ,
A largi; assortiiW... A Iso,
( : R O C 1C K U Y A N D fi R O c e r i e ?-
- S.
4t
W. ERRANT.
L-.Hiiberton. N. C. Oct !
USEFUL ARTICLES.
LUII), Oil and Lard L 'tnps:
uriitanni aim irass canuiesiic&s;
Superior Steel Sn-nSers; -Brittania
Casters. Tea Pots and Coli'ee Tots:
Brittania SPOONS and LADLES;
Brittauii Communion Sets iiblets and Cups;
-r-i ( Tinned Iron Spoons and Ladles;
J- k Planished Tin Coflae Urns and Pots. Tea Pots;
Ovster and Beef Steak Dishes, unit IiikI. iv-i.rf
at :. " Waitbks.- o" all sizes and shapes. '
to I Fix-p Spruouo- lai.(ro-fj.,,t(;niT t.,., ; ' .. i r
1
er; ; K-iaors and Pocket Knives;
Ilasfcets! Baslcets!
for all purposes;
COFFEE -WII-IxS,
Iron and Stone Morters;
Stone Crocks; Tin Ware;
Cedar Tubs, Pails, Churns and Bowls;
Cotin'cr Scales, to weigh 4 to 540 lbs;
Family Scales, to weigh every ounce to 4 lb;
Cocoa Dippers; Hair and Wire Seives;
Table Mats; Feather Dusters;
Dust Pans; Curtain Pins;
Hand and Tea Bells,
Jlusic Portfolios; Ladies Work Boxes; Rosewood
Toilet Boxps;
Ladies' Leather Bars. Oarire:,
j White Sa tin Beads aud White Cut Beads, for 1
A fancy work;
! Porte Monaies. entirely of leather, a superior article;
Electric r-oiisning Powder; Boy7s Saws; Corkscrews.
' A great variety of other useful articles, too tedious
i to mention, come
, r..
and
soe for yourselves at tne
W N" TgL-iNGHAST'
vroeKery score.'
Oct. 2.
BUTTER! BUTTER!! ,
A LOT OF PRIME GOSHEN V
i A . For sale by - C. B. COOK
-St
NIAN.
FAYETTE VI
Rumor loves tho hop WSrTfl-.li X'v.
mystery of half revealingr rjof is govp
busy with the following sdnRiosvy Jutline&J
which we give fh Anticipation of
kno'M afaa earl,fTi;. ,ii-JrV
mre into. i-aj.om,"ino,iVtva
tue tnca was vouna: a
el ever . object in : tar
irjg'iiomt', wno na
riage passing along that road; ""veFlic
NORTH CAR
. i t m m
1 v k. I
7 lixr,A
mgns, is in itseu too.ornmon an obieetCc-1 ,ua2-rftt,
attract attention; the peculiarity conte.Vf
in ir.- ,1 v,Jf ? Adrmij ,.wiic1i hove
b,,iiA T!.Q b,,Q 1,0,1 e i.' i .mis preoeuence as,ie nearest, tnntier
Louse. The house had for sometirne been-: 8hip afloat . The u-ure-d - is the-doaWe
empty, or was supposed to be so. Its usual : headed eagle of Russia, represented as grasping
occupants, it was understood in the neigh- , two worlds. . J?f lie flags of the four leading- pow
borhood, had left the place for a period to crs on earth; the United Sfales represented by
seek health and enjoyment at one of the the unstained stars and strfpep; Russia by the
numerous spots that sanatory considerations emblazoned cross of St. Andrew; England by
or fashionable caprice, hav e- caused o be tiiat of St-George, and France by her tri color,
selected as a resort for "the season." For : JJ,? d:sI',ayeat prominent points along the
weeks the house had remained tio-htly closed ' fTu' j . . . , . .,
,1,, ,i j , , , , " 1 i 1 he da was aaspiQions, the river was smooth
during the day, and dark and silent by ! nI1(j hale?7& Bnd giJy witll boats and crafti and
night; the garaen-was running to weeds ; the sho-e II icd with spectators, when about
the shrubbery was neglected and not even twenty minutes past eight the gun fired and
the bark of a watch dog gave sign of life. j slowly and majestically the hull moved amid
Before this house the carriage stopped. ; l'ie erash of nnuic and timbers .and the shouts
Without a word spoken the driver descended ! of thousands of spectators. Gradually the rao
and noiselessly let down the steps. i'roru !'1.."'caa':d ad with a stoop like the eagla
the interior of the vehicle appeared a gentle- i hhe parson her prow, the General Admiral
t. -j. .i ' r' . i & 7 swept into tiie water rippling alonjr until sho
man, who, spite of the uncertain gloom, tue I(.OU4ht ,, ot far rronVthe entrance of Walla
attentive and ujaseen observer felt satisfiea . )0ut J3a v.
was a physiciai residing in the city. This
irentlemar
to the ground two ladies
the outlines of whose forms and the rustling
ff whoset dresses, showed them to be fash
ionably and richly dressed. Not a word
was spoken by any one of the party. The
driver, as appeared by some faint sounds,
put a key in the door and opened it, but no
glimmer of light gave a glimpse of the in
terior; all was obscurity and darkness. In
the meantime, the gentleman and one of the
ladies supported the second lady, who ap
peared unable to walk unassisted, and from
whom. Jla shp wa? liinvwl. iht anft nirrbt. ,-inrl
K:,r.- 1 s..j ii" r
the listener. Thus the 3 entered, the house. 1
1'kmiUar was closed, - U carriage turned,
aud driven off rapidly in the direction of the
city, and the house stood silent, lonesome,
and apparently as deserted as before. Deep
ly interested in these singular movements,
conducted in the utmost silence, no word
from any one of the parties having escaped,
t ii n TiTinTw..-fi lrwibfiv nn liMirni-o.-l enmn.
time, to discover if anything observable
. J 0 ,. x.
followed these mysterious proceedings. ISo
sound, however, broke on the air; no opeji-;
o . IT ti 1 i- x
? x ., ,, , ., ,-.
Clluereni; poinis lu recounoitro luo uunainir,
. c :
but Irom no window, no crevice under or
around the door or shatter, could he detect
the" faintest "'ray of a light being used within.
Puzzled and Pondering, he at length retired.
The next day at noon, he again passed be
fore the house. Quietude and silence, as
before, enveloped the place; no stealthily
opened window, no smoke rising from the
kitchen chimney, no cover left carelessly
open at the cistern, betrayed the presence
of livino- beir.r3. The dust near the door
snowetl the impression oi tne carriage waeeis
and that lying on the steps bore the impress
of feet entering the mansion, but l o a mark '
indicated that any one had come out of th?
nouse-
Some uncertain knowledge of these facts
got rumored about the neighbot'lioott, and
rumor added hat the suffering female be-
came a mother m tne silent and deserted
house, and that the unconscious offspring ot
guilty passion was there deprived of life.
How much of truth and how much of error
there may be in these assertions, may afford
as matter for speculation, btLiaidjHLby'. opposite. Pitt Canning, the-Dt
iivestitrationpeciiIationajJjy
visioiiaWfPflteatisfactOTfcv ZV
pear to suppiy little or not hTrrtnrri
to take hold ot. A party quietly entered a
house which the neighbors supposed to be
mocciipiea, and tney were noc oDserveu to
leave it again, neither were any signs of
their continued presence to be observed;
these things may appear singular but they
involve nothing unlawful, and it is probable
that the nivsterv of the unoccupied tenement
may never be solved. Exchange.
The S. C. Conference.
Tiie subjoined comramiicaticn from Bishop
And lews, which we clip frora the columns f
the Souiherii Christian Advocate, will be of
interest to our Methodist friends:
Mr Emtor: I have
eceived two comma -
nications from South Carolina, requesting me
to change the lime of the season of that Con -
ferenee. I have accordingly fixed the time for
r.cu,v. ------- t,..""'!.--"' "T "l:j"c
lis couimeiiccuieiii) w iwcuiutr ursi, insteau oi
XovemUer 17, as originally pabHshed. All
concerned will please take natice of tae change
and g6vem themselTes accordingly.
The law of the General Conference, pre
scribing certain literary examinations for ap
plicants for admission on trial, bas been so
lately passed, that it is presumable raauy young
men who have resolved to enter the Confer
cnce wiH have scarcely bad time to prepare.
j i therefore think it proper, in this way, to say.
' that as ine time oetween tue passing ot the
law and the next session of the Conference is so
! short, I shall not in the Conference which I
I shall attend, be as rigid in requiring attention
to that part of tbe examination.
Launch 4-
On Tuesda'
ate "Genemr
jfcoi.S" S'.fSs Muichedf
t-JML-Webb, nt tjjr
Wver stid at truest
Lhipyani of
kMXtli streete
Tver. sii aitrac
9ri
I ThoiisaTnw
tnense crow
in tneB"
mo
.died : s-t!it n
assemble
"on
f vange" to w
,ie
rand
he ItStWi of t ite oea?lSat wooden
laidoi:?'!". a few of
of tS' atx a,'il a frtirur par-
y seen than was far- .
k of the. miyl-".Lirii
il i TloHwriftbT
pursed RWt-etnusH n
rarrvetricnl ,a v"frt graeCT
.f-tec&rd, while the bfisv- Ut,
Qget the Taffana rops and
3! aafeir tbe pHPsage-of;
The General Athuiral is a propeller, her
length 011 spr.r deck is oOT feet, breadth 55;
length over all S?o. -SLe is pierced for forty
four gnns. The t.'iip is built of live cak, and
its timbers are uraccti 011 the cntsidc with iron
straps seven feet api;rt, and is not surpassed in
strength by any spetiiuca of naval architecture
in the world. Tliers arc to be two engines, 7
feet diameter and 3 feet 1) inches stroke. They
will be bulk at tbe Novelty Works. The pro
peller fans are 1(J feet iu dii;ni.t.r, and arc of
Griffith's p-itciit.
The only accident which occurred was that
of an old lady named Dessoye, residing in
I Tweirtv-eijihth street, who fell down one of the
hatchwavs into the Magazine apartment, and
orOKC tier linn; uy ine exerouus ui me icnuti
of the baud, the sufferer was placed in a situa
tion as comfortable as cojld be extemporised,
and was reruoveti to iicr iiome. 1 tie injury,
happily, was not dang-erous. Iicr son also re
ceived some internal injuries from falling into
the same pit in looking after his mother.
A mong the distinguished persons on board
were C.ipt. ShartakolF, M. De Xotbuck, the
Russian Consul, C;ipt. Shwailz, Lieut. Kolo-
p"' baroN 1Jo.ve' I -Jler Cooper, J. McChesncy,
Lsqrs , aud others
m-....m .
Defence of Fors! 'J'he New York Tri-
oune speaks uie tollowino--o'oou Avord for
a
class that r.nJs tew defenders:
vi,u.,. ! n - i
V hat we ne. (i 111 I l eein. i-vr Mnrn iTi(!
not fewer a-entlemau called fops men who
dress with taste, are scrupulously clean, wear
eye-glasses, if near-sighted, and use them
as they choose, do not chew tobacco and
spit in other people's faces at hotels, thea
tres, rail cars and. steamboats. "A fop"
is in the United States universally well-bred.
We have never known an exception. Man
ners with him are a study until they become
polished, and dress a pursuit un till it be
comes an excellence. Such arc often mod
els of industry. If men of business, they
are accurate, and to be relied on; if artists
oi literary men, eminent, for their taste.
No man who ever lived was a greater fop
I than Wal
1 Jpr-:s ai'u
ahington. lie ordered his clothes
tailor with curious particularity, lie
I .trss(,,l wij,h oxtri'ine caro. He was exact
a,, eleo-ant with his horses, carrages, and
j a COo-nate details. He was therefore, pro-
j nortionatelv accurate in other thincs. Had
ejeglaS3es been in fashion, as his age in-
! crca3ed, possiblv he would have sported
j e ailJ looked across a table at tho
iifllT i' -nin Charles Dickens, w
TJVrfrTiTPfed fona bv vnlo-ar min.
wom England and
Uv e civilized world owes much is Brummt
We king 0f fopg He found society oatra-
, o-ecusiy ,iressed, and he felt it, so far fts ifci
could imitate him, well dressed. He laid
down as a rule fur a gentleman "fresh.
irahAand plenty of it," when hardily a
lf knew the luxery of a bath. Indeed,
sVifrtrty and barbarous even was Xew York
recently, that the Clarendon Hotel, not long
since built, was the first hotel which had
bathing rooms in connection with sleeping
chambers; and the idea came from a fop, to
our certain knowledge. We wish this coun
try o worse luck than the multiplication
of fops of men who are clean and elegant
, in dress, mild in manners, eschew- nf filthv
tobacco, gallant to the sex, and incapable of
1 conimittinar nn in5ult. jf they abounded,
. ";:., j ,.x r: A.x, ' ?!
tobacco
pitting and street fighting would
become incontinently obsolete; if they could
be established Bowery and Five Points,
liquor bars and rows would become unknown.
Fowls, Eggs, and their Value. It ir
e3timated that there are 103,500,000 laying
fowls in the country, of which 50,000,000
lay one egg; and these, at eight 'cents per
dozen, would be worth $121,669,666! 'eo-ga-actly."
itdtrSaid a woman to an old maid, 'My
husband is not so good a husband as he
should be, but he is a powerful sight better
than ntra:'
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street, aort
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