North Carolina Newspapers

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J Number 17, nf Volume If.
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mfr.-try , ( Htnr nrn cm-rer. llv w-re
"i-uf u nail in 'i 1.-H-L- ' t : .
iitid-i!i-r .itilitd with Ihe Manner iiiwliali I'f
xl ln ,rl. It wstt ttiert-h-re revived, Htm. rm.
1iHi.n.wcU thould hnnUIa no more lic T!i iTmi
f I lar. " ' ' - ' ' - V"
Ity Ihe -li-r.lit he nufR-rcd in the rllicc un no
.l'l?.a.ik" a Im jvptftjiih'tt (?Ml .ttl'-tS
ry i.f Lis thMrihulii the two column, filing
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-mm itirimgii f naKioiHif ii , i
StaliUi i.l,ii ri fi.r ii rtitHAiff match : and his owner
wiling him i ii nt' forty cimnefs T e7iilliii)is
rh, 'it liuKiuuda sterling Tor tin nniniai inui
al rcmk-ivd himself bo fatuous niiiong the tyjicn.
thm the S. Y. Jnur muI tf &2S:f -I'OMLT,
OFFICE-Ncpt ?.
Tht H irfoic'j Woe. Last evening two gi ulecl
') lrcs(d voun women, one of whom was in de;;
"""Hiniiii, entered the Police ollicc, nod asked lo
tho (,'oniner. The Cttronor liappf mtd not In be
n oilko ,m the moment, mid the to ladies
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U-mi a arU tw lttith. a..
is. $ i in Mdi rr- , aoj
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tr -, .twi,H . Itml aa tt fmn Jim
r by r4d wmI iaV'nJI W" tlaTiTfe riW'
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b. tJ t, an fjJUai Wja li On-ir wt'lu
l.r .Tits 'K Hlftim
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TUi m mttch mxmt lutelWt in binfa, than petdc
i; jHwc. An MMtanr t that taruml tbe other
.kit, at a alale .(.laiiy l-U.p"a fral liotn
atfttt I Ue )m nairaivi'. A lbwb, not awire
,if il.n otpeiiatte ftT-rtH- t.f iHtpowiler, 1 1! hi
.i..jrr lo Luihl her ncM on a ridjje ol ihe juarr m
the terv cent re hH.b they were conatantlv
UtJuns tf-i rock. Al firul, aha waa. very much
.i;.. .....,M... .t tn ;t n fragmeiili firing in alt '"tret
iiona bul lic would "t quit her cboaen bwnlny ;
r.e aoon oWivcd that a "tell rang whenever a
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train wan about to be hied, awl . .J,,'CC
hc''Wemw"1re4t Jew
tlHva, when alio heard iho Urll, she quitted her ex-
(Mrt-d wtumion, and flew .down .to wntreiiic oi
men aheliPicd ihemscKes, !i or ping close lo their
feel, 'llinre she would remain until the explowoii
kill lahwi 4-lncS jnd itoiSUinLiltlV
workmen ohaerviuj; thia, nai rated it lo tlieir em
plovers, imd it was untold to visitors who came
to view ihe quarry. , , . ,
The visitors naturally expressed a winh to wit
liesa so curious a pecimen 'of intellect ; hut, as the
l w k could not he ready to be Ideated when vimlors
came, tin ltl was rung instond, iiihI. lor a lew
ii,nca, Himvered the punw.e.-1 hft thruvh
Hew ihwn fkwtt to where Ihev rtoml, but ahc per-,-eixrd
that lif was trifled wiih, and inltrie.e.l
with heT-ftcca of incubation; the coicmieua
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" aa4 awewtla aa iwau kfJ allfi
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a a&M4ai luat aaa aa rhavtral a -an. l.r
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ak4 U t-Mf .a. eat ara aat e.nael. 4 JrtWV
-:aa4 Irrw f brU e firld ; M
8 a r' '. eAsr a iruiri e (f the
aw. ad ti tjpa.irwiwn f atu4brr, lo fill
at. t.'l.'NW a full. 1 be
Jwrf a lue ii' f bna be' em V il." (ir
IW-iawfia- an aVaprd' !Ka V .think f
f.aaf al f . J liataigat !re be dialfi
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Uaaal. U raaal. d We whatever man oo-ht lol
bm. that ibe ai. U"oalaj rotate tat Cn ihe i
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aw fcfTS7rft,eal'ati'.i' ihe n-ond, wjllj a o:cofutli:c-!
f'-'' ;, I iiirr, that 'ran hardly hide" hi real joy. !
Mr. V. V,M, ai.k I . tliaii ai kl Ihe linihuuf dnlaril. mlit ihe laMim !
fwFiMrt V whtril hte tHtal , waa prtme ; -h ;
I er Mime n ait It lite atuacl-jletl body "'; and liw.
aptti, all pHwr. Mkcd, and bcjr,a'lvf niooita and ua i - " IU ly uhiii it, ijummy," said the old mnn, a he
at) b latd tin h tmumn in 'heaven ; tlml, ; lenned on hia alarT, with hia gray lock (Imvii'j; in
ti hi earthly tit aw, be never thought of hi.i aoul; 'tlx. breeze of a May morning, " murmuring pnyn
neva-r It'll dnn're for the ricftca'of graceL no bill." lavetlLa..tegfltCf aujtJiiiwllivae
AihIdiw briwld litabeir. I'uMcitM'd d" wcalilr fii'iy ycara, and I never saw a mnn heled out of a
wbteb he m er knew lite toil of Canuu.lie be- j holo by cursing hia horsoa. He as quiet us you can,
cottK-a a of i&tiuire ; autd he alao drtamcth a , for not lung will grow under a moving harrow, and
trtam. The' iMinptwi ia prepared, Thf iM !ili-ntini harroma.ilianiiiiJ- JMinf m bnd, I
pietb it coW in the cum Tho cnmmg-tuhle is 1 acknow knlue, but no ulcer is any iho belter for
U-fore him. Nimc ami riot drive away IIkkisIii
and care. The smginj: men and ihe singing wo
iiteu enter. Money isUtUhed en horses, dogs,
sharped, Immaais ; and no drhla regarded bul
tlMMe tf false honor. Mis heart dances to the
inebvly of the liarp and the viol r he pampers eve
rjr bothly sense, till pleasure itself is converted in
to pain or iiisciwihihty. lie dreamt on, arid 0on
see ji hnuloma' of pleasure, ttie Jtbostif of depuftcd
joys, dancing iu mockery, before hie ryea. Ilia
oiluer of perceptiorJ decay, hia youth and health
ar dk-partetl ami be'dfoopn like a hyacinth, bro
ken down by a hasty shower, before l has expanij
ed its lauty. Down he wnks to he earlh. into an
HTic ihad(.wy Hffiir. Ihnt a grceditiess of pleasurrj what has bw.nnw jmrd ''''hl. " ' J:
tsurWUiilmV ernace, aiidTol.Rd ium, m.t o.ily ol1S..riIy, Sa.nmyrl am otJerTlian you. TT.ave
uniii,plv ctniic and mourns, as ua nines irom
loiW life, Iwt of real enjoyiwenl during lis con-
i Tiimtncer -VTiSir 'premrarwo'did" h make to re-
lishjbe pleasures' wliich flowaf Gml'a right hund ;
Ihe pleasures of reason, the aw ecls of benevolence,
-l,.a ,.A J..,n!,ln in tlteir nature? Alas!'
o.-.iirri nnJ rlntablo in tltcir nature! Alas
none. Ue liad wither ti mo nor inclination, ilis
soul blcpt, while his body waked with a fever ; the
fiu scnsiuililiea of the apiritnal nature were t nvel
oped inlomher, hile hU bdil aenses were un
milnrally jaded, fidd prematurely worn out by con
stuHt vigilance and activity. He drank the cup of
uh-asure to Hie tlrcgs, ana me- ureg tvr hi
palate. worntwcoH, and lo bia vital poison,
."orntari.traled tailie hhueof beauty and fh-
MS M It mIimmm of I ,o Mlaonw. II..II. an,l n,i.
mmh lh array of c.liwn there. lUal dtdibe.
( rim tiuntmttmt.4 rg.-iablo attraction would
sra-n In Ijt mil f (), ijin-aiiiMi.
Mr. Mam-ay ha brought pyramid of dahlia,
w-wihe. hkw a tree, and we Utieve I hero are
bida a frh the mat. Tin IB ia ahui. In. m 1 1...
k(Hl uf Mr. fbiiaf, a floral iiMmater.' in the forn
) arml-Uitra of the limed Hutes Hank co.
and ell, completethe original cr-ali hi of
. mm airt ami aumiiwr ......... ' I ... ... r..
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grt the av flowere' deiawiied tit Ihe Kxhiliou by
Me W, H,,,,.. 'V, ara braudful exceed-
, M'j'r; SltU Willi mat ameVS I h.uii.l.a -Im,-! l.-.L.
IK tender pii'r iu I ho atutueuUcre, of
04nm f,, rfnnfc !,e ,ry txlinlc. Tlill lady
mm a ih( ! ncale akill iii hnr a.1. and ixwacaM.
iUie aay, a pimmi Cr flwera; for alia giveajor war, or tyranny, or all logeiber.
we bature t eweeily cotmlerniK, tlml lU aomw fof
wtMmem 11 aUa.-lut. lv ihiule! Phil. Cat.
f The Ihldiae were made ithn.1 euUt rH nl lo die
wrnammi le ihe ro-nn. In one iduce roac an im-
na-WK altan, roiiii.k:U.-y imiiUJ iboao ta.
' rwii tt-iwen : in an,rflnr iuri I
eJ in emnhrr a ccduiiin of UtUo fwl IhoIi. ur-
nviuotrd Ur an eatk-, ell made f DuUlua: and
tr llwt d.r leading lo l,n rv.rllirrn ealoon, W at
' ww-n iar forad of PuMiaa. IWaiL the
wHuknta were how with ili-iHjid dipla) a of tlieae
l4eol,I Il..rr, furth in all lltt-ir bcuulv.
and arlettt-d lor tin- wrfurliiin if lii;li every loof
um, nwiMi4fl. im colore were Irom Die ure
l!e Grundirtore Ihruugh all the uliade, mialiirva,
r..,Hre ami rail ti, up lo lliC deep Kolciliu bluck (if
llir " m-ro bo ."
l-wi. rjaor. J. 11. Minilh. Curr. Ililibrrl.
.Wwft!'A,'u',A,:v ufl.l.od libirally Voni llicirttf,
I ' ,rr lrc in me nnruirrn ealoon ; on en-
1 ""'"a 'h.U, llie lint olyocl ilia' arroaled our al-
i . . I - la tt nr .i ...
rmi,a, rui-u ny John ueiiienil,
'--l .of Chalkier Ldl .uuiir I'raukford. Il wricli-
. umairea anu lludy oi-la jhmjikU, and mea-
"'J 8 fcel 0 inchea m duiuicler. Think of thai,
I ) i were born north of Ihe HuJ
' w wcra nonu oi mu iiuaaon, nnd inikeu
," ftt puiiipkiiia that weighed forly
r "' n uiai, ye i aukce wormn thai hunt
wvn "r puinpuma cxaciiy alike, ao a
'" ,ne Pic"- " "' gardtti of
Mch Puol,"e ("J Mr. Wetherill hni many war.
" "rr' ' wu.ill in ll.o ontrc of the nation
am & - . . . . . i . . . i r '
. tir -ainTuiniim mrj nouiu CIIQUnjcr UIU Lit-
, iIhi eialea woild ujwl.
ALote the table thai etemU along this hall, arc
ai(4ncd a ho in I r of very l.irge euitlicn (wts, in
wbirlitre urowina vinra tilled with vraiieN of the
ui-bmi di luaie aprcio, ami near llm are other of
. (,-"ri,i .. i M'to.m trnr the peltiK M llijht
in'" a iu uk opjijn,! t neee urn nil iroui
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country aeal ol Aicliolaa Iliddle, I-.q
Mr. Ilcrnard Duku hua a ulute of nniiU-a
. from hia garden. They arc hundeoiue, but wo
auiiect their laite
& gUai bflt of honey, filled aince htal 'Juno by
the Ufa of Mr. Richard Trice, in Arch atreol, id
iracied aitoiiitoii. " Tbeae beea follmcri, aa well aa
fl, a gtMMl rs.-tmpln of industry and iierMveranco.
'Ihe dipluy ol teart waa remarkably fine. The
Sickle MTined Ihe favorite.
In thia room, we noticed aomo rxqulsilo aamlo
of waa, iinitalive of lluwera, by Mra. C. IU Fling.
" Sk-e how iliey liy lo deceive," eaid a ladf : M they
jt laiv all wax bul aneni that evey by ftwd K'UI.
W c Ulod ut a bunch ol new ouione, raiaed by
Mr- J- "iolle. . I hoy were beau Ulul but, like
"l bL-autiea, dAw I car from tlx mm) who bad moat
to do with thcin. 6:ic.IJr: :
Not liun.V hour antl I hi'arJ I'ih'Iu llmiianiin
dtecuwm tins iitatler lo hi eo, who WO com
plaining ol the prfurf.
holering, i ne more you groan, nio poorer you
" ltopiniug at losses is only jxittiug pepper into a
sore rye. Crops will tail in all soils, and we nmy
be thankful that we have not a famine. Besides,
I always hsik notice, that Whenever I felt the rod
pretty smartly, it was ns much na lo any, ' here js
someiliing which you have got to learn.' Sammy,
don't forget that your schooling is not tuer ycl
though you have a wife and two children." r
" Ay," cried Sammy, " you may any thai, and a
mo'.her-in-law awl two upprenticca into the bargain;
and t should like lo know what a poor man can"
leuru here, when tho greatest scholars and lawyers
arc tt loggerheads, nnd can't for their lives toll
no! col llieio Jiray nairs unu una tiwiwu twta
without some burdens. 1 could tell you atoriesof
Iho days of continental mtwiey, when my grandfa-
. .a -.a -II . 4
liter uw.-d lo aUid
womeu used thoi
i. I i,.ve -no vou ivi. vnuf dollar for a no
' mtirlil Imve laid one- inll nsHlc lor
-i nn.l L.iir aui.l.i fiir a-rainv iliiv
citnritv, -.w wo-...... -..v .
1 Si colldlv
thai vou hnvc gone too ii.ucirnpunj''
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credit. ' 1 alwav'a told yoil credit was a fl
' Wi
layow , U
I m an ... im. ti.f lima rk ii. r
I niJIP.1 1 ill. I J i
n. for piiiand laid their tea-pot7 him.
. in the irarret. Yoir wish to know what vou' n.z itiep, o.eaacu
snent too wueit. i never lauini you to ow a im-.
fliowt that liter its autiaK ,m, iliic, c.n,
il.e aliaduw bul email My may cit fmiier
liad.iwi and no wie man will i,Aow b aliaduw
any fur ihrr lliai) L fan trm (he anbelanre. Voa
may now Urn, (lull ynuiava rntlrtwed Ihe opinion
and frialiiiMi of oilier, until jm have been decoved
iiiin a Ixijr. , "
"Tliirdly i you l.ave been In loo much Uaile
lo brcume rich. Hlow and e.y win Ka race.
" iWllily i thai no courts of hfe ean be de
pended UIhmi ae bUiki pro.rrmi. I am efn.,1
llie VOUnatlt face l WorLln.r man In
bava had a noliw Ibal tudxidy would go lo ruin
mi ihie aido of the water. I'mMca hat greal
ly blcMcd ue, but ae have become preeuni(tHie,
I'lflhly i thai you have not bcn tliankfur
cwMiglt Ut (jmI, for hie benefit i paal lime.
" Hullily t thai you may be lliankful our lo( (a
iMiMoreo. We imclil have famine or iwati!iu-a
'And atly. i,j end my aormon. vou mav laarn
l tifllr. with more underaianding, Ihe praytr of
yuua infancy, give ua thia day our daily bread.' "
Tho old man ceaatd, and Sammy put on hia
apron, and luld Pick lo blow away al the forge
Vew ik lotion Morning ir.
TBtMUTan raan me e tan, or anaaaaa.
Il waa Ihe Ural week ef alio hon .mo.,ey. Net
Ihcr aordid calculation, nor yet a r.c.e passing fan
cy, hnd lod lo ihe marriage of Edward 8cllner and
hia young bri.lo. No (boir bond of union waa a
pure and glowing flection, nrovcd by lime and con
aecralcd by many Iriala. 'iliey had early known
and appreciated eieh other but the long delay of
an exacted official appoiotinent bad compel led
Je4wer to pottpmro-rhe rtatlzatton nf hll w whei.
At kngth iho much do i red cmnmieeion came, and
on Ihe following Babbalh he led hia trU-ved maid,
en lo her new home, a bride, llio lediui dayt
of ceremony and feetivlly ever, lite happy pair wae
ItA to paaa (he ploaannt aummcr evomnga in the
aweet communinga of their pore and confiding
heart. Littto plana for their future lifo, Edward'
flute and Joacplia'a barn, eervod lo fill up bourn
which flew but loo rapidly away, and Ihe deep bar.
mony of tlieir inatwmonla aeemed lo Ihrm t friend
ly prerngn of that deeper accord which wai loble
itieir wedded yeart.-fJiw ecnlhg,'anof" baring
enpiyud their imiaic until a later hour than nana",
Joaepha comi.larnod of pain in ber bend. Blie
hnd, imk'od, iiad an attack in Ihe morning, but re.
framed from mentioning it to lier huahand lent it
should cnuao him noedleaa anxiety. The excite,
mcnt of iho muaic, however, acting upon a conati
luiuMinlly weak nerrona evsfcto. ao conaidcrnbly
iltrreaaud previtmaly alight fever, that ah now
no longer cKla4 hc utdiapoailion, but anxiotmly
reiueted llint utedical aid might be called. The
phyaician 'deeming her illnca alight, promieod an
entire recovery by the next morning poor Joeepha,
howv4er,pai)d ane xircnioly reitleaa flight, through
tho whuloof which aha ravod inceaaantly, and on
repeating hi visit on the next morning he found
her w ith all the- yniMom of a aerioui ocrvoua ft
vcr. Xotwiihiandinrtho amilication of every
remedy which aflectionato z,ai and profuasional .
intclligouco could euggut, ber iilnoaa increased
daily. Scllner ail almoat deatractad. The phy.
ayciuh findnv" It'Tf.H "Tiie" duty" lo riirorm"1iTin that"
hia wife could pot aurvivo Ihe attack ; and on the
ninth day Joaepha herself became aware that
4JLiiJsJfcaa. fef hnpa.' ilblie .
ten Hint tier last hour was approaching; and with
ca I in ruaignalion i wpjtod ber fme. " lb. EJ--
ward," aaid she to her husband, folding hinr in- a
laal embrace, "with deep regret do 1 wave thia
fair earth where 1 have enjoyed ao much happi.
neaa with you; but although I may no longer be
happy in your arms, yet shall Josepha'a faithful
pint hover about the object of its earthly afll'C.
lina until we meet again above." Then, sinking
back upon horpiJUtw, she TuJI asleep in death. It
wna ihe ninth hour of tho evening. What Sellner
' ' Itrwi it"hey ond the power of word to-exprcaa.
Tho blow prostrhtod his health, and long he wrest
led with tho destroying angel. When at length
he arose from his sick-bed, nil tho strength and
elasticity of youth was gone, he waa continually
kliu ui ujyeriea, and waa euJeuily.bat -fading
away. A profound moluncholy bad succeeded the
violence ii dcsjiftir, and a silent sorrow eonae
crated the memory ol Ihe loved and lost, Jle
had left Josepha'a -epartmeut just ee it waa bolbie
her death, iter work still lay upon tho table, nod
her hnrp renmined untouched in' its accustomed
place. Taking his flute, Sollner every evening
mado a pilgrimage to this annctuary of hid love,
and leaning against the window as in happier times,
breathed in plaintive tones his aspiration fur Ihe
spirit of Ihe departed. ;
On one occasion he was standing thus in Joae
pha'a chamber, :a clear moon shone through tho
window, and a watchman upon tho. tower jr a T
neiglthoring castlo was proclaiming the ninth Court
when suddenly the harp, aa i( touched by aotne
invisible auiritt -"poured forth Iho most thrilling
mueii. in hunnonv with thoso uf hiifhmn Irrrtio-
confusion of hia aurprise he ceased lo pbty, and
lo! tho harp also bocame athmt. Recovering his
aolf ftoaisaiori htt .tremblingly . cmmcnccd. J M
pha'a favorite air, and again the melodious tones of
the harp blended in sweot rcionso. Sinking te
the earth io a proxUro.of joy, wal spreading out
hia arms io encircle the beloved shade, he felt a
breath ft of warm vernal air upon his lips, while ,
. . .. . ir .1. . -.,1 ....... lf.'j..J--. . .
"" r . i. t.;. it,...
state ol imicscrioame .,..,. .? . .
ajitin.and sgxtn the aniwcring tones of the flule
rt; bJt COt.S'-vmiy .rainier onu roturer vw
...i.;L..;,.a were In
1 .x..lli.r. t lt.ll !'faia
re lot m expiring nanno-
wrre learlully excileil
no. wvii.-- - : i
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