WILLIAM C. DO UB,
,. . IIIMIi
If paid strictly la advaa, two dollar pr -ma;
te dollar Mil fifty eenU, If paid within
ix avsalht ; sad tare dollars at the cad of th
ver. ' .-
. ADTKiTISKMBXTB not xeadiag lxta
bco will b iartd tiaf for m dollar, aed
sanely-. hiU for tt mbooqual tnssruoa.
Th of grf r length will bo ehargad prop
will k chargM 25 por omit, higbr than the abov
nXm. A rooooublo dsdoctioa will b ad to
boo who advertise by ths ysar.
' Book ad Job Priutlsg doaa with utlm
despatch, aad oa aooomiaodating terms.
' GENERAL DIRECTORY.
. CITY GOVERNMENT.
- Wib Dallas Haywood, In ten dan t ot Police.
fastens Ward. Eldridg Smith,
" . .. .. ' A. Adams.
MiddU Ward. C. B. Rout. . ... .
" . K. Hr Battle,
' - '' O. W. Haywood.
" ' Water Ward,-r-X. M. Gorman, .
' 1L D.Turner.
J. J. ChrUtophert, City Clerk,
R. II. Battle, City Treat.
City Guard. Jamea M. Crawley,
" Jackson Ovsrby.
CiVy ConitubUt. K J ward Harris.
William Andrews. '
, A. Adams, Weigbmaster.
. narria, Clerk gf the Mar
" , .
The Supreme Court of North Carolina i ueld
in thia eity semi-annually, on the eeonnd 9 anday
" in June, and the 30th day of December
Judgct. lon. Frederick Naah, C'hioi Justice,
K. M. Pearson, Associate udge,
, W. H. Battle, " '
Edmund B. Freeman, Clerk; Ham. C. Jones,
Reporter, J. J. Litohfbrd, Sr., Marshall.
The Milled Statet Circuit Court fur the Dis
trint nf Vnrth Carolina mi held afimt-annaiillv in
thi city, on the lit Monday in June and the last
Monday in November. -
Judge. Una. J: M. Wayne, nf Georgia; Hun,
Henry Putter, of I'ayetteville; District Attorney;
Robert P. Kick; Clerk, Win, II. Haywood, Sr,
Marshall, Wesley June.
lb Superior Court for thia County, it held on
he first Monday after the fourth Monday in
March and September.
John C. Moore, Clerk.
Joe. B. Bachelor, Attorney General and Solic
itor of the fourth judicial litairict.
The Court of Pleat and Quarter Seuum i
held on the third Monday in February, May,
August and November. Jeff. I'llov, Clerk.
Chairman of the County Court. William Boy
RALEIGH, NOETH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27. 1856.
FrM Holbrook'i "Tea yean Awoag th liail Baca"
THE FATE-OF THE GAMBLER.
'v' - '-' Tact stokv. :'
Coualy SJititorK. P. Marriott
SkeUffof Wake County William U. High.
Coroner Willi Soott
Jicyuttr. 11. Uuteoo.
,. .flaafc of the Mate of Jiortk Carolina, incorpo
rated IKJU. Charter expiree in lwl. Cupital
tlKMKU, dirided into 15.IHI0 ahare of whivh
the Literary Board hold &,(K!7 and the L'nivcr-
ity HUO. ...
Principal Bank at Raleigh.
(ieorge W, M.irdetai, I'ruoiilent
Cfaarus lewev, Cahier. .
J. U. Bryan, Jr.. Teller and Notary Public.
W. E. Auderaon, l'iscoiint Clerk bud Notary
Jordan Womble, Jr., Clerk.
Thi Hank ha branche at Newborn, Tarbnro
FayetteriUe, Wilmiutrtou, hliaahoth City, ('liar
lotte, Milton, M'rKantua and V. iudwr.
On the part of the Slate : IV W. Court, Puli
io Trnaaarer, es-tttcio, t. O B. Branch and W.
Oa the nkrt of the 8tnckb Mer : Wm. Buy lan.
M m. Peace, J. II. Bryan. J. B. 0. lUilhau, Al
fred June and B. t AJ-we. , .. .
Offering and Renewal day Tueaday.
l'iacount day Mediiewlay.
Uomeatie BilU and Bill of Kjchang diaeonnt
d every day.
Buunew hour from 10 till 2 o'clock.
Jtalriyk BrmnrX Ou Hank ti,tle Cap Ftar
William II. Jiea, faultier.
K. P. Finrh, Teller and Notary Public.
bien-maa-Oea. W . Haywood. T. 11. Helby,
Beth Jonea, tieorg Little, lr. Tboa. i Ungg.
and C. W. 1). Ilutehing.
Ularing day Mondajf, Diaoount day Tueaday
KaMok tmd UaMoa HaUroad Cumpany.
R. A. Ilamiltoa, Prealdenl,
W. W. V., Treaaun r.
J. M. Paul, Aniataul Treaaarer.
C. B. Allea, Kepot Agent,
Mail train Irate U aiiBUtM before A.
mteaat 6 p. M. (
XortX Carolina h'ailroad Cumimag.
dia.. F.Fi.l.r. I'KMideot
C. P. ileudeiiliall. TreaMirev.
J. T. Wait, Freight and Tx ket Ageat
Mail train arrive a'elnrk,' A. M, frma tha
Eaat) and depart 10m. afteraoVkKk, A. M.
Mail from the Wet arrirea at 32 a mate af-
tat 4 a'eluck, P. M, Ueparu at 2U annataa b
furei 'cluck, P. M.
" Wlltiaa Whita. Sr.. Pt Mater.
Ofljahuora, aa weak day', from baa-rial ft 9
'. . . TRAVELLER'S UU1DE.
f itairtt aaa airtanaiar atiu at ttuisa
. . AUKTUKHM MAlLr-Br Raiuoaa,!
Throng. Mail elueea daily at B) a
Way Mail " at p.
ArriTM daily at p.
The lerla la depot at SI a.
OLTlitR3f MAIL B Yo-oaa Hart,
CUa daily at p. m)
Amrea aaiiy at f p.
The Hack Irarea . at 7 p.
r WtSTtR. MAIL ll r Ruiaaua.) .
CUaaa daily at p.
Am Tea, daily at 4 p.
The Traia lea at 4 p.
.Cluaa daily, at 9 n.
Amta daily at I a. at
a be cra Uara daily at Wm art a a.
TAKBOIuf M AIL Br T-ou rtwi.)
t?VaaiMHMly,TMa.adTbar at I p.
AmtTo4af, Tbar. and !., at 7 p.
Hack Uareaoa Jd.. w 4. and I n., at I a.
riTTKBORO' MAIL 4Kr Tai..i II. a
Cli Taawlay aad Maiarday, at I p. m
Amta on Mwlay aad Tbaraday, at f p. m
. Hack laae ' Swa. aad M 4. alwat 7 a. at
fiplsndld Stock ofGseds!
I "f .r!ir iv. tr f '
1 T aw em f r i ... iuu. i ara, , Cw .
. "-. i k prtm4 m
. nm4 M fcr km Ui WrVI w.bllf uUj
W a a i,n 4 w Mt-o Ok
- " A. I, tt'i f
Tha eloeeoflhe year 1839, and the open
ing of 1840, were marked in the poet office)
department with frequent and atarlling an
nouncement of the loaa, by mail, of valuable
letter from eouthern Viiginia, and eaatero
and northern North Carcliua, and directed to
ftiehnond and other commercial rile farther
Theae re aa ihey reached the depart
ment, were duly prepared and lubiuilted to
the special agent for inveaiigalion. Search
and inquiry wtfre promptly initiluted i but for
time the utmoat vigilance failed to obtain
any clue to the apposed embeizleinents.
The caie of lossei eootinued to multiply ;
and al length the agent' attention wa partic
ularly drawn to the distributing poet uffif at
A circle of numerou fuel pointed anrtia
takahly lo (tin spot as the center and locus.
It was here that the lines of circnmalantial
evidence from every quarter rnnvrrged and
met The post office at P., therefore, became
an object of special . interest in the eyes ol
llowexer, invecligntions in thi direction
proved at firl no more'succesiful llian else
where. The high integrity of character for
which the post master was distinguished, and
the excellent reputation of. hi clerks, snod
like a wall of tdanmnt in the way of all the
evidence and suspicion.
The agent seemed destined to be bullied at
every fjoint, yet eternrulh siared t-im in
the face, end hied Its immoveable finger over
the distributing oilier. Every missing leitrr,
although reaching P, by various route, had
been mailed tfi. points south of it for points
north of it Here they must all concentrate,
and here nnlv. It was, therefore, at this
place, only, that all Uie I. mi's could have oo
carred. Several davs was ps d hy the i;i-nt at P,
and the vicinity, quietly ptimuing his investi
gations. No person knew the srrrct of his
business. Ha became arquninied with the
post-tnasier and his two clerk', studied their
characters, slid their xieial circumstance.
The tint wa a man of position and compe
tence, win ie honor no breaih of calumny had
ever dimmed, and who couhl not possibly
hai e any motive for periling the pence and
prosperity of his bimily by a dishonest course.
Neither did Ihe untUwnd lesprclabilily nf flip
clerks benny any chink or crevice iu which
lo harbor a iloulit.
The eldest of ihese sod the superior in the
office, wss a young man of education nd re
finement. We will cull his name Curletoti,
Hi faC" wan frank, his eye sieaily and clear,
his manner slants sell-pnseeil nod easy.
The sgent liked him and admired Inni from
the first, lie learned loo that he was a fav
orite with all who knew him that Ins con
nections were among the first fumiliis in the
8tate and that by Ins talents and h miaoued
generous impulses, he so far nobly sustained
the lusier of his family name.
Another rircuiniance was greatly in Car
letim's fsvof. Ahhough descended from the
"aruuorrary," the fortune of hi lanury had
run soinewhsl low in the later generationaj
and now, his father being dead, he devoted
liiniaelf ealouly la the msinlenance of hit
sged mother, and the education and support
of his only sister.
The junior clerk was a youili of run. or
pretensions. He w.s uniformly reiiring in
his minners. Although by no means a per
son of forbidding aspect, theis was something
messured and guarded in hi movements, (ar
leaa prrpoeing lhan the free and ehival
bearing of Carleioe. 1 hi appar. ut
prudence aiighl anse from various eauea.
1 he agent could not believe that it waa the
result of a secretive and dishonest disposition.
If each was the ease, however, thai some
pledge my own reputation that the losses
have occured outside the office, I will use ev
ery exertion to discover any dereliction from
duty that may- come within my sphere ot ob
aervation." " , -
" The agent expressed his (hanks fof the
clerk's ready promise of co-operation, slid
took his leave.
Meanwhile he did not neglect other mea
sures that he had adopted for tracing the rob
beries By a lingular coincidence within an
.hour after this conversation with Carletoii,' he
was able to seize a certain clue, which he had
long been in search of, and despaired of ob
taining. On his return to .the hotel, the. landlord ad
dressed him thus:
"You asked me if I could give you any
more large bills in exchange for small ones,
1 think 1 can accommodate you this morning.
1 have a one hundred dollar bank note, which
if you are sending money by mail, will be
"Thank you," replied the agent, fcit will
be a great accommodation."
The landlord paesedthe bunk "note over the
counter. One may imagine the agent's se
cret triumph on discovering, at lasl, one of
the very bills lie was in search of one that
hsd been lost in a letter passing that post of
fice only i uiek belore, and ol winch he had
an uccuraie description I ruin the ucpunment.
llrving maile the purchase, he held the
bank note up to tliu li;;lit.
"I siippime you v. ill warrant ihis paper lo
be genuine f -he suggested. . .
. "Tlit re is no doubt about it sir," said the
chamber, and knocked at tlje door. Presently
Larleton appeared, A alight paleness over
spread his lealurea oa recognizing the agent
but without toeing hie sell possession, he i't
vilcd him to enter the chamber.
I have airange feelings en seeing you !'!
he observed in a very natural lone of voice.
"What you said tome about Howard, has
troubled me more than i would hsve thought
U possible. Take a stat Do you smoke!'
Not before dinner replied the sgent
He msde a rapid ooservalion ol the chamber
as he sut down. "You are very comfortably
"I have nothing to complain of. We lire
rather lumblv, but we nre not ambitions."
Carleion then spoke of his mother and
sister in a manner which lunched his visitor
deeply. Could it be possible thought the
latter ihat he was dentine J to destroy the
peace of that family t lie shrank with inde
scribable repiignsuce from the performance
of his duty ( but il inexorably urged him to
nnisli what he had begun, ani he pro lueed
the fatal bank note.
"Not to detain vou,',' said he "1 have some
question in inv mind with tegard tu a bill I
look this forenoon. I have been referred
you as ths jierson who pawed it ' Will you
see if you recegmze it r
- Again the swift pal'or swept over Carletoii'
face; but thi time it was more maiked lhau
belorr, uud fingers trembled as lis exam
ined the bill. "
Certaiiily," isid lie,"l reeognize it It's
a note I changed with Captain Wilkiiia lal
evening " -
It also happens," efiserved die agent, "lo
r C1 as. r.lU. Aomm a tnir . "not than on
tVIW UIIHII.WI,, ..... S CIW-. , I '
uvl. Ih.uitfk hi kunnf mmm Vflrv hmil. '
and I'll give you a
ing jui do u. fur
Shall eharge yoa atli
. .(.1 . .LI.-MI.
He ciammed the naoer without enecuclea. . w 1
..it , i . i nis eeineu 10 ra-aasur opeetaror, wno alter
au ikviwu at um ov .ucu uih umn
Some awkward pulling and hauling, enutriv to
fret one on. all but ths thumb that h eouldu't
uianags ; the other bund wa in strll worae con
dition, and aa, agreeably to ttiglick'a instruction,
he held up bin tuuda, it gar tb idea that hi
hiuida bad on leather poulno., aud wr btokea
on.at the wrint.
" Nw ee if yoa can hit me, strike in I" pnke
taw it for the first lime. I
Did you buy a horse ol Carlcton yester
" No'J said Mr. Fellows; " I hsve talked i
nf selling his mother's pony, but I never!
bought any thing nf mm." 1
, t he train naatiea open tne agrni s uniier- ni.li.A., nd .neetstor. anvnlintto di.e,-.
niideralanding. For hi credit let it lie de-! worked ths g. anaidumaly and wildlv, but
elared, Orleioii hud played his game with a ' 'svithoat putiiug la a blow, nndas Biglieksea
cousuiiimate art that wnulJ have dece.iibd the i"iiraalnini ( renews I exertion, tb Isathsr
very elect - wa n ell eseroied and aired by eipectator with-
. No time was lost in olnaing iraces of the "'! ,H??'nH",l,. ,. ' . ..,, .
, a . .... . , , , "1 usliava, thought Biglieka, "I II civ Una a
young OMil f flight I he agent iiidged right- ttueb itl , m ,atMWim ,
IV, imm liisciiaraeier. mai lie woulil mil at- , ,mlwi UJ aaieaoa ean do." ami herawiih he
Of course you know from whom jou had l0 a nte whicr according loan accurate du
ll f" ; arripnon 1 hae ot it, wa recently lost in the
"Tobe sure! I took it ol one of my board- nouihern mails. I Ins is as painlul .to me.Mi
ersnhts morning, CTniferm -VV'irkin-;'1-
"1 haie nodoubl but the hill is good,' said
the agent pulling il in his pocket. ' "You are
sure jou had il ol the captain !"
U, es! 'twasn'l an hour ago he gave it
to me." -
"U the way, who is this Ciib'aiii Wil
li ins I lies
"Carlefon, as it iranexpneted; itnd t hope you
1 will lie able salislaelorilv t sccount lor the
manner in which you obtained the money."
lt is still more painlul to me than it can
be lo you," replied Carletoii; and heaven'
knows 1 heartily wish I could not tell how
the dill came into my possession.' I rctnein-
a very geulleiuaulv-uppcariug , be red it alter you left me tins morning, unf I
1 bad s preeminent that Iron Me would come
"0, he's a capital fellow !" said the land
"What's his business?"
"lie keeps a laro bank."
To a northern reader, the two clauses ol this
Slate mail may seem inconsistent with each
other. Hut allowance must he made for the
freedom of southern maimers aud society. To
bel at a faro bank is considered ho serious
slain Upon the honot and respectability of
gentlemen in southern cities. The keeper of
Hi bank may pass, as we hare seen, a "Cap
ital Iellow. But the sgent fell pained to
know Irom what source the .landlord had ob-
ol it I sin afraid, sir. Lsileion added, si
let so.ue hesitation "1 sm afraid your sus
picions of Howard will piovu too well found
ed." "Do you mean to say that Howard is res
sponsible for thai bill."
"1 will tell you all thai I know about il 'ir.
1 yesterday sold a colt I hsd been training
the past season. He proved too high spirited
lor our use, and I prolered to own a horse mv
mother and sister would not be afraid to rtie
slier. Isold it In a neighbor of ours, Mr.
Fellows, lit waa lo pay me one hundred
dollars down atid this is the money he gave
tained ihe bill. Already 'a dark picture of i nie.'
tem lation and crime arose buloru Ins eyes. Carleion hestilaled. The sgent begged him
It is a significant and loo olten a tragical word i to proceed, as no lime was to be lost
discretion hsd elTecluslly succeeded in cover
ing ihe property of hut motal character Trout
public scrutiny. .
roiled at every point where ne sllemptea
to hang tha aad burton of criminal facta tha
agent molved upon sinking a bold and haz
ardous blow. He sought a private interview
t-l) you know," said he, "that I am here
0 very dejical and peculiar business t"
I bad aol thought ol such thing, replied i
UarteUie. , . ...
" Well, air, 1 will belt you. ! am convinced
Ihat yoa are the very man to assist me. If
yoa will, )oa will Jo me and the poet-office
drpsnmrni aigunl sets tee,
"I do aol understand yoa. -
"No, but yua will. First however, give
me your plwlge dial what 1 hate to divulge
shall be held hi Ui atrtctmt coiinilenee and
honor by you."
"Certainly," id Cailstoo, "if you wih so.
it" . I tU
the fara hank
Captain Wilkin had gone lo ride. Tla
agent pretended lo transact a little liuini.
mailed iwo or three Idlers, and read ihe
newspaper until his return. The ranting of
4 light wild led buggy before the hutel, an
nounced the expected arrival.
Captain Wilkins a s.iU-rly-dfeMcd and
polite individual, whom one luighl hsvelaken
for a clergy man alepped out ot the vehicle,
accompanied by a It lend, pulled olf hia dri
ving gloves as he entered Uie house, and
lighted a fresh cigar at the bar, , ,
The agent look oceaaion to accost him.
"Can 1 speak with you w nwiuen'."
"t'ensinly," said Uupiain Wilkins. The
la o walked aside together. The sgent ex-hibiu-d
the bank note.
"Did you ever see that psprr befoe !"
"Ye, snd very rtceiitl.. I passed it with
die landlord this morning."
"As the bjjl is ol so high a denomination,
you probably remember Iroiu whom )0U re
"Peifeclly well. I had il last night from
one of the pott offic clerks, who u belting
at my bank, and for whom I changed it"
"Which of ihe clerks t"
"U, from Carleion. He is a relisble ItlloW
Have yoa suy doulW about the bill t"
"No, if you are sure you hsd il of Carle-
"I am sure of that'
"You could stesr to it as the idrnlical
bank note t" Capuiu Wrikms glaueed at the
-It's the identical rag," aald be 1 Oil Uke
mi oatb ol it
I bis startling revel uo gave a different
phase to Ihe buinraa. The finger of diaeov
eiy, serine J to point' directly at llie srnior
clerk Again tb agent on travmg n tiki
recalled CurUHon' every look and word, in
Ui eoiiv rsaiKia he bd wuri turn uiai mura
ing. II muld nm rre.ll tb fainmi nm,ration
ol guilt And he couldt'mn hul hope th I ihe
young man wis at lnnirml ihesppisred,
a d Ibat-ihe cirvumaisnc would or v Inni
lloweivr, Ihr wss no way Mi hut lo
the ihre.J of evidrara he hd Hf I
this Mr. Fellow !"
minute ago, enter a
will corroborate your
of it He's a plain
wlo icDa a straight forward
The fen then lU-d lU twine thai had I w-iuily Ireeed.
broughl him to P. CrlruMt ciprewd aoinv ( He ir..lM toward the pt oiRrr, and
surpne, but cheerfully promised to afford ill i sound Hoaaid Uirre alone,
ih-partsaenl any bvniiisri and mformiMn in j her w your brother clerk I" he asked,
hi power. . 'j "II went lu dinner aliout fire minue go
"Slave you aUped lb aubjert W Mr. ri r earlier tlisu uual "
B ?" b asked, "Vrry well) pernio )ai rm do my tu
"Notybkl uSenonuntl pol l-Wr, m- tor a.. uiU d a truer here Una
it ln, but to have a lar Mi iiiiiiui t woniuig, winch I wauld like, m r.co.ef Inmi
knowlr.lg ef Ui delsils of lii olTicr tl.aw b t1 umiI if M h swt already w out" A
a. I bate Jther rvaana for not kirig 1 uenpui of die b-iir wgrn. All thi
with hia, I dulik te difiurb hi runbdriic : a Ooi- to pnrvtul llow.rd (row soiperti ,g
aald lhriblihnirnl of irotig prui rva Irr , h rl butint- with Crb-iom The h-io-r
M my duty tedo so." , had gone, a iwjuirer well kurw, snd L left
"lwe apek to with perfn-t plaiaa,M : U olfiee.
aid CarWuMI. j Hul now hi pare WSS qua-ksned. II
"I mum so," rrpli- 4 die sgent "And I sol knew nt whst rnhi be tlie mult J hi lit
Mr yo Will d ll Ins r.a I.. -t m righl. IxrvirW nh ( riel.Hi. Il Was i ignifieTl
tflamwr.Mig. Ni will tuu I ss ruu uned fart lhl be had m as dinner at n e.rtwr irndrd Us dawtiN u.iwhi. FunhrtiaiMfi.
aoaTMcne U miur aa Hximi urrsua in im Ihu l)ia !!. Iluiliy, what Mr aitsr- aUinf wld be were naUri. iba she
1 e roe hi lit ,iat Wa, I at than Utl b aiHWld lV ilial i juU.l,ily M. U bd rslstrd of lb aitiy la which
I t bd nbtsiaed lb blal bill, II w ace.Md
"1 wa trying to recall the eimeralion
ihat paissd between Mr. Fellow. It wss lo
"I'd quite as lief you'd give me small bills,
if coiiveinenl, said I, for I shall have several
liidu bdls lo pay out ol this in a day or two
"He replied that hu could not do heller by
me and added that hu thought Huwurd would
like lochaiigr'it for me. How ut said If
"You reme i.lier, aaid he, that Howard
bought a houae and lol of me, soma time ago.
'Vito last payment came due yesterday. He
rented reluctant tu part wua Una bill, and
aaid if 1 would wait lis would give me specie
for il in a, day or two. Something more was
said about Howard's good lurk in making
payments for the house and lot so prompl'y,
and o we parted."
"Where wilil find
aker! the igenl
"1 saw him 4 lea
lore ia Ihe village."
"You are aura Jie
I'liere'e no doubt
"Come then, eaid the agent "
and And him."
Cailcum readily aaaenled, and tha two leR
the chamber together.
I've a hide buinea lo irmsarl before din
nrr, nioiher," said Uie young man aa they
pa mch oat If I am not back in a quarter of
n hour do not wait lor me.
but little difficulty wa experienced ia fin
ding Mr. Fell i we. He wasiueh a person
Carl, ton had dMcribedi bnl he turned out lo
be very deal, and tha agent dormed il expe
dient Mi lelire with him and I ileum w some
ecure place, where their loud talk could nut
be overheard. The clerk proiwaed lhal thy
should mak use of the private roout of Ihe
poet office. The agent agreed to ihia, for he
wt somewhat snxiuus lu make sure of How
aid, sad he Mew resolved that ths latter
hould be present at die iatervisw. This
plan an also proposed by I'arlrtm, and
when li -y arri.ed ihe pol olhr Ui senior
el. rk liiiornml Uie junior in t low and serious
li.iir, lhal his prrs -nc wat rcuelcJ la lh j
( fivai rtmflt
"Uut who will aitrnd lo Ui oflic!'' akd
1,1 sieak lo iMie of jlis rlerks ia lh etore)
lliey reiam.Mlale e very vfu-n in thia w,
CarlrUHl ad.trd, wldrMwng the sgent. "'
only around lh corner
The Ui H,glit ttrwek the ngent lhal il would
b ! !. h la aectHiipiii) Carlexoi, 1
lo do so.it would be ne'sury to kva Hew
rd, who, Il gadiy, aiiyfiislir Uii ti n have
supeu-d ti, ngir st4ial.il. iU-wtUrt - H
sc. it.sO ut at sit probilil tliat Csrleton eoiild
h say motive ia aitewpting to si .pe. Hi
tempi jo leave'town. He jntieipalrd a'more j
melaiiclioly fate fir the flnhajy youth. SiMie i
in ward prompting seeiiied to direct aim to the ,
apothecary's shop, not many doors distant
and on inquiry he learned that Csrleton had
jusl been there.
" Wbifilkjiny did he go T"
" lit fnct, I am nut ceruia that he has gone,"
said the ilrugaisl, " He purchased Some med
icine, remarking that ho wished lo write oitl
tninf directions fir its uxe, and stepped into
tha back room. I have been verv busy, and
he may hate passed without inv seeing him."
The agent sprang forward. The door waa
locked iipon the mauls. ,
"Oil ! you needn't be alarmed, he has stud
ied medicine, and know how to use these
Mle know how tq use litem ton well
his door must be forced. Hi life depends
upon it il it is not now already too laie. '
Too late indeed, it was.
On breaking in lo the room, Csrleton Wa
found lying upon the ItuVir. with an tui.it v
vial beside him.'and an uiitimslied' letter lo
his sister, ou iho table.
In that letter he confessed hi gililt, and
besought his sistri not only to support the
mortal a 111 in ion lit; h$,iT bioughl upon her,
with I'oilitude, but also tj sustain and console
their mother. The youifj mail was not yet
dead. M iti'i'at assistance .wss speedily pro
cured, but ail elforui lo save his life proved
unavailing. He was already beyond consci
ousness Old never spoke again.
A vail should be drawu lo exclude the scene
of horror, agony, and distress thai awaited his
family. The broken hearted mother mrvived
the tragical interruption of her late happy
days hut a few mouths. And though the sis
ter was afterwards hifppily married, it is said
Uiatfrom the data of her brother's disgraceful
end, a continual cloud of melancholy rested
upon her mind during the remainder ol her
lite. !Slie bus since parsed into thai laud
where kindred souls sra destined to meet
again, aud Ihese nllusiojis In her sad family
iimtory will give her no pain.
The seerel of Carleion' lapse from virtue
i oon told; and the lesson is one ihat every
Miuih.wlio roiisioYre lnius. il free from tempt
aiioii, should heed and carefully ieinenilr.
The devil peter enters the citadel uf rectitude
al the oulaet Hu first Walks around, and
pase by; Ihen holds a pa dry) and makes
the worse snuenr Ihe belter re.isoO;" snd ends
by gaining permission lo walk in just once,
promising thenceforward to cease his solid
lalions aud keep aloof. Hut enca ailmilleil,
he goes srilully lo work to deilhiy all our de.
Unset, aud before we are aware of it, he te
permanent occupant of the castle,
Such wat undoubtedly Csrleton a experi
ence, lie was not a hardened siuner.he waa
truly a man of generous ami noble impulses.
Uut a lube transgression of lh atern law, of
conscience, had in his botliood weakened hia I
moral force, and prepared him for more aeri- I
ous olTeiites. Then m an unguarded hoor.ha
formed an attachment for a facinaiing,bui gsy
and heartless woman, under whose influences
his soul fell frma the truth and purity of man
hood. It waa Irer hand thst indirectly au
miuwiered Ui deadly drug lhal destroyed hi
life. Tu meet her aceilie lor dres ami
diMipation.he retorted lo the faro bank. Alllio'
fitrtuuste at first healterwards (ost exieneive
ly, and became pecuniarily einbarraawjd. II
borrowed money, which he was unable to re-
turn.. Only one course seemed open lo him,
to aava his Iuhkit in the public eye. Al first
he purloined eautiouly and slwieiinously
from the mails, hoping no douhl, lhal ucce
at Ui fsra bank wuuld swell those unlawful
gains, and Caned Uie arccssiiy for lurther
Hul let us not pursue ths ssd topic. The end
we hsve sesn and w will liavlen .i luru lh
laal leaf ol till melancholy fhapu-r.
plauto I full blow - in Hrieenitor' elie-i. Hie no-
louulitng ra-ull ofwaiea wa a perfeol baek
iiniuie. et by the SMetator, wbs laii'liiijC u hi
toel, Rgam eoui up to In sorateh with ronmvoU
vig ir. Righuk opaned hi eve a wide as s iu-
cor at ths unexpected- reaultof bia blow, and
hardly believing hi own eyes, thought he would
Tenliia hi own ight, and put iu aaotbr blow.
Uaivl uver heal went th Spectator! throwing
ous auiuuiomut over another, till lis us.uriy
rsaehe.1 the door of entrance i tlieo nmiraiug ua
run, bpautator (truck a boilion, thi tim ae-
cnri iu a rrubwsor s, and iictore itigiicks kws
j; hers tin v, bad put in two full blow at hi
bead snd cboat, and a liiglik slightly stooped
to ward ulf a belt blow. Spectator s itu ono spring
Vaultu-1 over his shoulders, and tripping up his
heels, lSilicka fell spi-awling on the fimir, baring
thus reten ea trmn biKvtator, iu aseientillu set
to, a pracaical set down. A burst of applause
from th crowd who bad minbld ia ths itriu-
nnsiiim4iMught Uiglicks to his feet. Thru wing
utt t!io gloves, he excliumsu : -"I
knock under! Wuoarsyout"
''rancious Kavol, al your sun iuo !" wa ths
answer,. ; v f .. ' . .
SCENE IN RKALI.1FE. : J
We do not often indulge iu the euniimen'nl
but occasionally in our walks our stleulioti is
called lo 'vents happening before us, w hich
leaves n iiniiiniou on our minds, and lends
us lo IhouglHs and renecliona which it is well
wa as all other uieu, should indulge in It al
We had been on the north side 4n see an
acquainlsnee at his hotel, aud reluming by
Clark street louiid, as is generally the cm
ilh a man in a hurry, one of those little
busy intentions, a steam tug, had passed up
ilia river with a nuall Ilea or vcasul iu tow
one of wlijch had been eaat off and had haul
ed in jusl west ol' the hiidge, hoeing no
hopes ol getting lo our office lor soma iiiucj
and knowing thslour ruiupositiirs could not
be in any worse. U inner an hour later Ihsn
then we resolved to tear il meekly and fiud
menial occupation" by observing what was
going on about us. We little exiwcted what
The vessol we Irave mentioned had been
nioorvutir made lust oulside uf saveral boat
nd as we stood looking at ilia men upon her
one ui ilium approached a I'uinalu who hsd
been cr our hl upon llie dock, adJressing her
pointed lo Ihe shore, then in ihe biulg and
then dnwn'loward the ihiouged and busy
irnui uf llting, moving, headlong Chicago.
IShe ro picking up a small bundle, from
which she drew forth a com, which she ten
dered lo the - barily sailor. He relused il,
whatever it was. aud lending ner a hand, help
ed her from the Vesaul lo the dock, and Irom
Uie dock up lo the bridge, iiy tin time a
large crowd of persons thronged the norih
end of where the bridg would be, U il Wa
always a bridge, and -in eontempiaiiitg the
new face snd Uie rrprrsculalitf of Ihe Vs-
ruiti eliHri there aawcmhled, w bad almost
forgotten the incident we bate related. Our
attruiion w railed Irom a vani endeavor lo
over some lioii of cessation ol lugs going
up snd down and schooners and brigs pulling
in and ou by hearing a most audible sub ol
childhood isused by some auilUen rhsiigej
from gayety hi grief; it was ihe eob ol tome .
uslurer breast bllnl a ilh a aciise ol lonell-
snd despair. It reached other sirs Mali
ours. A Isdt, dreeed in a maimer which
bespoke a wealth lhal could gratify Us is snd
elegance aud who, like ourselves, ws de
tained al Uial place, rood unr sccumpeuied
by three rbildiea whoae desire lo get l the
extreme end of Uie pUtiorui wss wiui difficul
W ilk a Woman' Uiinlernrs her heart re
roguited the atrhVd el ullinon of sorrow and
mil memory would lead him lo the verv hour
when he lu her" depart and nut I t bun
See her face again, 'ill ileelnus w.s r.ipnl.
and this Ion child saw llie first fli.wi-rs w i, , b
the warmth of spring hsdcilb.d Imm tie -ol
ol her moUier'sgniie.disiurbed, nprooinl .,i il
ihrowu aside, ihat hi ssl.i-s ji..;oi m,,
with those of the moiher ol Ins children.
Al his death he charted her lo pav nil as
ar sue migui ue aim, tnu deni incurred in
procure the nereasiries ol life;llw land wlne'i
for want of eulture, had uot meresMd iiivaij-.
was sold, and left her but a fe il .SUm
I hese she expended in rearing s.uie b.. ir.U
lo mark the spot where -he had bur ed, one
alter another, her lielovrd kindred. Si.e herd
oJChicago. She had heard lhal in thi r.aj
there were olliees where strangers, wishing
employment could find woik. She had on
loot travelled many uules,unlil the had n 'ach
ed Milwaukie,. aud iheueo by the kindios ot
a Kior sailor, who had seen lier day at'iur day
Upon ihe dork, had inquired and asceriaiiit d
lhal she wished to come httiiur. bul had not
the money. He brought her to Chicago on
his own vessel, and had h Id hor lint by cm-
nig llie bruise she could find cue of lliosu
plaoce win ri, tiiualiotis were giu-n lo worthy
bucli wa her story, hit had mentioned
no name exrepl thai of her father, mother and
the endearing appellations of brother Ueorjo
Willie, &e. both of the women were eiyi. g
bitterly. Til fashionably dreaKed lady luioi a
bur face lowsrd Uie river, that her tears at mo i
a crowded and uuutUal place mi 'lit noi Ua oli-
aerved. She requested us to tike her lur.i hoys
George and Willie, she called ibem by
Ihe hand In keep llu ni hum daiiKi r, and ihen
pulling her arm aiound the neck of i!m pimr,
friendless, wanderiujj stranger, said you are my
sitter. I am l,izxe. -
1'he.se two beiugf, el.ild en of the tame pa
rents, how d life taut have been lltiiit paths,
aud how deep their sufferings'. Wr have seen .
them together in Lizzie s carriage, driving
slung I.akestreer, They aic dutihiless a hap.
p a thoir bereavements, relieved only by Hit '
consciousness ol duty faithfully performed,
can permit. Uut while the atiUVriug of ilia!
father and mother may be fiiuily known from
llie story of the daughter, what m ist Inn; b -en
Ihe menial agony ol ihat ollf daughter, un
kindly banished from her in nhvr's tidd a id
driven out into die woi Id without a father'
bleaingt What must have been her grief
when her letters written from at piosperoti
city, from the house nf hot weulll.y and kind
husband, telling llirm of her success, sml'ihe
birth of her children, were unnoticed and un
answered? She iiiiibI have fell indeed that
the hearts uf lief father and lumber Jur sisiera,
and bro'.hers, mini have been li irii.n eJ ag ins.
her, Wa will say no mom. Thai scene will
live in our memory whilu wo can remember
the holy love of faihur, mother slid kindred.
A Br lea tide at te. aad A Praetlral "t iHwa.
It wss a btigbt, etcar, sold, Nuniuh r as. ra
in g. Iligi'ick having a sbsr k ar, and fesbeg
rip fur a tare at lis bars rouad U grmnsAluia,
Marled bi go ibm, sb-i tewg, b.vw u it way
to pour dowa a Hot of lc. As lliglwk airJ
lb gvninaaiuNtibeiw was a rowftii. fesloig ef
ems' ail ovt, mt evrlain riiae. a foUes of
life, lowgtit sail eed ateiled by l ard frosty air
lie reri -go l. u i ii a Ibrsi
erasat sad wsit4. m wa
spprosehing Uie IH rs. ii limn whence It came
who was none a ner tlisu Ui Human we hsd
MKiiMia I ueniv, hi f.mily cirruonuu.Ts,
Irtnk and manly driusnimr, vi ) ihn g
eoxiaiMma. 1 e roes to lit point lhe, I at thaa Vial b iHWld lake ibsl .iMMtoiuiy
wssh yae to apea tour lemosi l!u,glns, st.d ' drsir) ig satv r.i.lssw wf guilt u bu, iouud
toll as if tea regard II s pwihl tb.l your , among hi p-,-"S al hem I ' ,
fellow Clerk raa be gmliiy ad ihrs deprstlv j Tb fnl bl slres.ly brrd where Car
ttoa upon the avsilf ' Irma lived, nd h basuroed atone to but
"Yea shack sM' nid Carksua aat aiuSiiUl bous.
aassiuoa. . ( Tb J"n atsa'a itjodirf rvid fcim ia
"Hyassh fily," raaiMMM-d th getu). "t Wuly bdy like Maasjrf.
W by I ruid slat-M mt . Il ik of to- "II jut r to." b ssxl toamofif
toiiM Mr. B. kiaU.'.ftrlsiaMd uS Miw-r. "Ht down, I will h him e.lb-d. II rs-
MJ-a' , a ..u. p-,, I toeodej. Bnl, rwniiueg
-. M-s't ms Is asnssss, Wm tks wss ' duly siuvJ ast be si
b.f t tasw 1 anvaie epvaVMS. soewiH
ommt mwMmn, ksW sl.w s .., a4 saat W 'to as va rciug
' ss-aisMwd b as s4 SWs !! ks m4
! ssssfcsl sssiss Kti mn4 . es a
u i , , .
I blwi lluwsrd to be porlerdy ht.M
"i'ertsotly, I know aoiiiH bi Ucoosryi
sad I Maevwly b nwr luH(.nt u well
luended. But runiinurd U, Sfal, Hjw
luweihsr b.d by
II SMt, ihsvsf sra, (d
to tWtr true .iarrs, aa aiun i a bos douS
bls ail Us UmI "
I will d sit I .wr.M ed Csrl.
Sus'ked tbsl b hsd biding alf.ir lo
B wid to 'ut.. i di'iof, snd intiliui wrnl
to b'i ebsntlvi, i-u ) rail bias. N.rah."
I bav asily a word tosif tohias.' rrplird
sbesaiiw. I'rrlisp it wdl b a w.il I.
a to to ha fuvat. toursd 4 11 ng bias
"A yaa faVswe. My dsugliMM Wll ebea
, yua Hi w." .
sisrsb, brouiiial aad swly 1 t eigb.
wiib a twitcb.
s su.b as to ssy, "Hurrah ! slsar lb ld -This
is say "(," and I'm about to play the
livalxat Sum ui a tub M Uu'ebais, rope.
U'btsrs, weigtiis, ad oa !" Al lit atrrailel
bars be went bringisg to lb ",raabppr"
gofiy, wiib ftrward ss'l backward iiiags. a1!
dovt'U ciiuftla, eiuhi!y throwing iiisn-s'f
tssy ia lbs "siild luiunao' " nf hi unioe, sad
Ineardly tUinsuig "bow tins would slHSMnf
tb auHdsrt,"aad w
- I ariaei,aslf lis bad a fw,M f., as bs M if'
pes) te rm.be buticvd sij.iin.g bsbiaal bis
o't. Wat not vwry
dinnr tim It wa just u.h a fv a ougbl
In I wrvxl oa aa -la.irsiM snsr t As vi
kaiwl Si It yob full m..l sd, Jal.jtllls.1, It sliow-
I il rtsr l4 uu b to ti, wa m jolly
green j bis wl i or va wih mlris reeeis
xbiiig b had ibtks oyoo-
just seen land from lh vessel, site quietly.
aud Ml thai soil wet von-t ul woman wbicli
nou cau nsist iuquiml U b iood in need,
or ws she Ui, ar wss her eorruw och llial it
could be relieved t A portion of It railing
near u b as vacant and towaid Ihat, aud al
most al our aide, Uivse Iwo women ism lo
outers. The elmigef was a fair, b mdsoiu
girl ol about eaieaaeau. ) mats, nsu li y bul
coarsely dirssetl, with sliuee not wily wall
Winn but heavy and unsoiu-d much tor her
i st a si lot Ui srasou. Tb ir girt la lion
I set s.uiplirily and aidi so ramesius whkh
despair alone only linpart reUud her lusloiy
uuimrrruptod hy wiigl obeiiiii,a (rom,hr
Cim.uaioo, tut elMru aiiowpsuitd by tears
ol bodi, V ba Hut psc for il at lengili
nd ws git it rhsnging its older just enough
Ip enabk u to (tale II bneily, ;
hiei said lhal sh ws bwia la Boston, she
kid no bmtbrr nut mu-r tiuwj sbs mm inber
ed lhal alia bad a sisier, lb eldest who
nsm Wss l.ntui lliat Msur, " aisuy years
go, ss nisi her lbr's will bad nisrlled aud
The Miauficlurli f el Horn f smb.
Sut fusr of our readers ar aware, perbapi, uf
t . am luotof lelior acquirmi bi unnuf ictur born
eomb-, and Uis kind uf material frma wluuli they
S' wrought. Tlio butcher, nfier kil.ing a s ser,
sends ths bid to tb tannur or Ihoa wti pur
chase fur hi n, and finm them lbs e ml. maker
bt kins lb bum and Iliads, paving 'im'i h;i
bun lnt'1 for tlieiu, and the foilovnir ui .1- U
adopted lo make lieautiful com in Ir, in er kod
burns and mis ghily hisifsi Tb born,-, uhtn
taken In tb luuiory, have ths lipt i,w ' I
wbioli ti) are iu the cane ni l uu.ii.niU
ufaa urtirs. If the euuiti lubeiu iloisa bu s
ono, f.irvhl dren, the b.rn lo wol spnai:.r, by
band; if atriiight Ciinb", lis biruis cut Irom
nd lo end, alUT whii b they nr place 1 in c '11
water to soak, and af sr rem a nius t!ii fur so.na
liin,ar removed and soraiied Willi uteet i"ir.
Tbe prrs.nmn Ihen tak ilietn iu ban I, and al er
boiling them ilisalsr or sperm ml, i.Uuvs lh n,
Inspruss eompossdof iron U ses, lei:ed with
charcoal, and when lb h' tu are 'Uum-ii -I .'i-y
ar cut with shears into lbs pru;i '. . 1 i i ni ., ..
. Fruia thia twin they g i into I m inui
department and alter be. n -'a . , ni-u a -ahavot
down to th proper ilu ko.ss I',
or cutting tb teeth. i'bm .in I ' ':'..
th teeth is egeteditigly t:2en.o:r ait-i .;
ted. Tfie horn is piai- 4 uii oa a n. '''"'',
bMle4-4 'uadertb luuiii euti-x nl '. i .
jv. easing down of the liosr the pi-- n n -luto
ao enaibs. Tln'V aeattve-i li.e . -"I ; -
lis ll pn while warm aad pla- ed in ti. ' u
of tb maker, who grsils lie-in or i,a; i,
bwlli, after whu-ii toey go loin Bu- .i ',
iu i 'iho tliem by'iliiniig lbs surf ice v. it., p
drd bru-k, obtained trum Halo. to'i cimi.
Alter bnig orlu. Iv wlie l, tlio ..mer tak
them la baud, and wnl, a ehoiiial piepua i i,,
spois ibeas ace iSliug o his a Ihm, sl. n
iots ar brought out afier lbs oo-uis t . . i--. v
p acid in a dys aisds of Nimr.iiiia w-l. lie
lys hsvmg Hi i t pi weifnl vlt, .'I o IU i " i
clitin.snll, pipard, iho nmili L uia. e to h-im i
sim-sbal lb appa uanee of toitois. to ii. 1
eouila at then pi.d in the sun, sol sf -r le
tbomuglilt dnsd ar pilirbed. Tim .-. o,'.. a .
n-4 vol ready f.r saas.asliirf bats to p i 11111.
th hind ol Ui bsnuor, who, alier b ai n-- t1 -sal
an iron plite, tie litem Uu bio k. ia-hu-o
d lulu lb shsi de-iiabls tor li iiaii to a.
tu ns. They are -bra place.1 Into the l.a.i-;. '
giils, who gn theis lb fiui.lniig too li 1 v -,i 1
and wiping ll.eia carefully, whru li.-tya v pa- .
to lb bands uf Ui pi kr, u un iIm ui 1
pa. kgvs for lb saariiat,
Ttis eile uf lh hoi'f i rot i-ut su-l in f v li
ed in p.-cket and puff c"iiii, itililo- u 1 it pi
al llie buol, sl'er gam liiroiiii tio- . 1 :t,f j
ol tli burn ui tuiio'd imo eotulis i f v u kin 1
Th clifiping friHti 1 ls bio-ns aioi U. i. aie .
lo lbs buruvi s,w bo tusaiubv lui s iIk'Ui ,nto ( -t .
at d Prussisa bio.
Kutwitlisianding many of llii-',i s . '
a lowaa eight euats per J- rsn enti 11 s Im '
pas tbrouh bine or lee d.. Mo t pti-.-
Bw lisi da, ea, b tiy. l-f 1 1! - 1 . I
U msrk. t sud it is "Uiytian.g 10 i)-.- t -i, -1
With whisb llie are iwau tbi any tt 1
realised uma tL u.snof-iWfu a.
id) bar l.usbsud, bs.liig been b-mstied
ROf IHMII USniSHI HISS t J It,
ory .no., fa- pined ' U k" '"" ' 'J.
a utoratsiy as a rl k leil.ss I "f'm wara t iac no doubt wss. dead At
ins sou m nrr sisirr airrisb' ner p. re 11 is
an wiafliy; lb pin! w brb 'diute aa y
Luii bad btoufjn silrot rrgisu, snd (!' a
abitosut B'Siauebuly rouiplaoniigt by Uie
hr lis nuiirae 4 bet hist
Nsa I'dlo angif aud rrimius-
sud dissiivsiiou by U father
m u iub,tsssi ik hi. bus. "N-w," ttHsswhl brid losses rauw Up.u ttnui, tud si last
J sua. Ai.l.o..,h I wa.J be wi'l.og slo"l to toew, CaBdorurd tbslif la bf Irvibt'i
mill ull red to leave lb otfie. As llwr I h, "I'll se.w r fwral fiiend sosns4i,ing b btv . gsdu-rnsg Ut It a worldli gmls ll.ry po.- ' li s -
' I A ..I .J I I .1', ... I - I . " , , . . ... ' . . ' .
r J toons pawl l 10 Out Hi Sg'Ut
ill J auisoustiWr il piHpm to biish th impor
tant Misjeet uaul Cerb-tua' iiura.
Hut simsm auaeuie psssssj aad bs did aol re-
. " I thobi h sshI b hsd only to (oansund
the eoriH r," Bstd tb sgrnt.
i M posibl, llowrdrei liil,"dil Ui
botthsts fsue to diauar. in Uwl esa f
I foot besnt to tsspoetaat ha bs p.snWy
gone s rso toa ftmmwt boass.il,
A aasrwr af aa hmr pssra. I nbtM hd
hsd ib ta walk to Mr. II.' bouse ed b-k.
km nil he dnl a.t asik but i psre. Tha
sgent gesa auBy, lis aiud five miavie
tongwi. tbsa rdd Bpna a dswiMv e
Vlr I dow." be ed. to It' Je.f gre
d in.a't nr, " did I ua SIM srs II 11 UII b
kSlTiai ps-pl seess bi Uiii.k U,s( Iimi f T
of fii Aatic.in rainy are avsinly ,1 . e. ie-1 , , - -tb
foreigners sir ! ly In 0 rountry, !-' I
leseome Bsiu' a sel, an 1 a-s i:-ar .1 I i, 1
good ilissliv and e.i 00 ,1 -e tua. 1 i. i . i
laks, Tli Amsrii'V parly riiu-rs a, .-n no e-o
ssd against sub -(iians. It d -1! B-a-l I
il.tortsrt with IllSir vsslsd pri ilea's. Il u
.I, if II wiH.l t, d. p.iis lloiM .f s.i'-V f i-' .
sis ll.ru ua -t tl, f',.e.titi'.,,-i. I .e.liii. .
pi Uta't'. no wsr upav w.r,liv r i
I.I 1 -d . r uti.rv. le. Il B 1n.l1. inii! 1 I-.,
p.i. a of ai.sr .fit y sa-n 01 I ' t u --.
s.es 10 pa! S S o,. t. Ins n... . e . -
p. ,...! l-f f. - g-tetl . .. . I I
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