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bwenly avoidant Toi hc! nbaaquaat insertion.
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sioneiiy. l,oarl irnlers aad Judicial advertisesseat
will ba charf aa 85 Pr coat, higher Uuu tha a bora
HtM A. maaamaKIa .11 Ml u . .1 . -
he who advertise by tha year.
Bonk and Jos Printing dona with neatnes Be
despatch, and on accommodating Urn a.
GENERAL DIRECIOK Y. ,
; ' CITT GOVERNMENT.
"V Vm. Dallas Haywood, Intendaoi ot Polio.
cuMHiAaioN aaa.
Eastern Ward. Kldritlge Smith,
" ' A. Adams. ' '
MidtlU Ward.C. B. Root, '
K. 1. Battle, , V ; " "
v " ' 0. W. Haywood.
"Western Ward. A. M. Gorman,
" IL 1). Turner. J
J. J. Chrit)piier, City Clerk,
n. u. Battle, Uitr I reas. .
a!.-,.. j i u . '
. . voy vNuni. dama at. vrawiey,
i, " Jackson Overby.
City Constable: Kdwnrd Harris.
- " W illmtn Andrewi.
A. Adams Weighraester.
E. I fame, Clerk of the Mar-
. ket
courts:
The Supreme Court of North Carolina i aetd
in thia city semi-annually, on the second f .a day
In June, and the 3iHh day of December
Juihjts. Hon. Frederick N'aah, thiol JuaticeV
II. M. reunion, Associate udge,
W. II. Buttle, ' .
V I l a v-..- i-i i.. ii n t
nuuiiiHU ae. imwau, ' - il iv. IA.MU. v, HUMP)
Reporter-, J.J. Litchford, 8r., Marshall. '
me inaea txaui vimut vourt lor the Dis
trict of North Carolina ia held aeuii-annuallv in
thia city, on the 1st Monday in June and the lost
Monday in Pinveinher.
Jmlim. Hon. J. M. Wnvnn. nf Henra-ia.- lion
. lleury Potter, oi Fayetteviile; District Attorney;
Hubert 1'. Uiok:. Uerk, tn. 11. Haywood, Sr.,
Marshall, Wesley Jonea.
The Suoeriur Court for this County, ia held on
he first Monday after ilia fourth Monday in
iu iren ana .-wpleiutier. ,
,. J.din.C. Monro, Clerk. -
Jim. U. Bachelor, Attorney General and Solic
itor of the fourth Judicial Vietrict.
The Cvurt of lltxu and Quarter Uneimt ia
liclil on the third Monday in February, Ma,
Augut and Nnveinlier. Jeff, t'tlev, Clerk.
Chairman of the County Cimrl. William Boy
Ian. Omnlti fbiliritor K. P. Marriott.
Klurijfnf Wakt County William II. IIiKh.
Coniner Willfa Scott. ,
Jlfgister. H. llutaon,
- BANKS.
Bmk of tht Stii of Worth Carolina, inmrpir
rated 1X30. Charter eipiroa jo iKIiil. t'aj.ital
'1,5MI,000. divide.1 into lo.mKI xlmres of hn
the Literary Bourd h..ld 6,027 and llie I'mver'
itv liJ.
Princ ip il Bank at Raleigh.
(leoruB W. Monlecai, i'roaidenr,
Ctitrle lewey, Cashier, ,
J. H. Hrvan, Jr.. Teller and Notary I'nlilio.
W. K. Andenion, licnunt Clerk una Notary
1'JljUII,
Jordan Womhle, Jr.. Clerk.
Thia Hank baa braiichea Hi Newhern, Taflmro
Fa-ettetilie, Wilminston, Kliralietb City, Char-
1 itte, .Uilt iii, Morautnu and n indiuir.
marToaa.
' On the jmrt of t!w Suite i I). W. Court, Pulj-
, It I rennrer, et-omcio. .. U It. Ilrani h and W
il. PiK.le. . .
On the part nf the SfciekhoMera :' Wm. Boylnn,
, "Wui. I'&w, J. 11. Bryan, J. II. ii, Uoulhoc, Al-
Ireil Joiia na u. f. .iloore.
OBerin); and Keuetral d ir Tuedar.
lhvuouut day Wedneaday.
Hnineat Uilland Bill ol Kxchange dieoount-
u erery oav.
Uutineaa iioura from 10 till 2 o'clock
Jintngk firanrhitflkr Umitc rrf HiirCap laf
ltiiiiain il. jonea, I alner.
K. I r inch, Tiller and Xi.tnry Public.
Uiaii'Toaa. Ceo. W llavwood. T. 11. Selby.
netb Jonna, (ierir Little, Ur. Tboa. Uojf,
ud C. W. II. lliihliHira.
Oji ring i-Kj M ind.ij, Diaeonni day Tueaday
HAIL HOAHS.
Ritl'ioh mni Viut-m HaitrdM Company.
R. A. lltmllton, Preaideut,
W. W. Vaaa, Treaaorer,
J. M. Pool, Aaaiatant Treaaorer. '
C.U.Allen, lep Agent,
Mail train leavea 13 miuutea beforeS A. M
arrieat OJ P. M.
KorlX Cirotina Miilmad Cvwuay.
Chaa. Y. Fiaher, Preaideua.
C. P. Mendenhalt, Trmaurer.
J. T. Waal, Fre.ghtand Ticket A rent.
Mail tram arnrea 5 o'c.ck. A, front the
Kaatt and deiNirta 10b. after 6 o'clock. A. M.
Mail fnra the Wet arrivee at 32 aiiuatea af-
ter 4 u'clock, P. II. Lieparui at 2U muintca tie-
lure a o clot , r, M.
POST OFFICE.
William White, Sr.. Poet Maater.
Offieeaoara, ea week day a, from 8un-riat tt 9
r. m.
TRAVELLER'S GUIDE.
(aaairiL ax ntriiTt aa or atiu at tauiea
. NtlllTllKItX MAIL (Br RiiaoAO,
Ttironk Mail eloaea daily at a. at
nay Mail ... at 8 n.
Amtew dajly at 64 p, an
l ut are ic-ai a tiia uepot at Ufa.
SOL'TIimy MAIL (Dy Tao-ao.a IIa.it
Cbaaea daily at I p. i
Amrwa daily , at 6 p.
The Hack loaeea - at Ti p.
WtbTiUX MAIL (By Ran. no ad,)
n..ee daily at p.
Amyae daily at 4) p.
The Traia learea at 4 p.
ULDSIIOUOMAIL (BrllaitaoAa.)
l"oee daily, at p.
Arrirwo rta'ly at ft a.
The Care Uarea daily at lOat (m 1 a. aa
T A H in );o' M U L-( B r T wo-noa-t II tra, )
a tiaaeaon -Minlay, rue and Ther., at ff p. at
Amrel Tuela, Thora. ai.d rW, at f p,
Iiaa-kla.reaaa il. n, wad.ao l rH, at a. ta
PITT.ilKIIK)' MAIL (lly Taaaa-aoi.t Kara
I'Laaeaoa Taeday and KaiuVday, at I p. at
, Arrivea oa Man-lte and Tlaraday, al 7 p. a
Hack learee ea ju'a. and e-1. aboait 7 a. at
Bplendid Stock ofGoodi!
W'B earn a raawtrur Ik waravat nark af aad
' "-y day eda. Ha, tat. kaM.It.
aay. a 4 loiailaa. tkaa ha aeee a-aa eraaane ha
katatah, a4 a ly bar taaMt twaibl aerially they
iH aa aiat ui IWU. aaaaa aa-a..ia waaae,
bait h plaeaM aa tbow ukaai la ear eaataaara,
Rwanda e4 tba palalaa anwi i ally,
... WU.aV.tVa. TI KIB.
rH"-. Ill-
BMHira, OAlTKMa Altatliii a.
1W Baaaa, -aa W.na. f
tl t- "'t ataai aaf ea, baaa. 4bta , 1 1
r-.e-aaa. k p aV-a-aaa.
LA Hi 4 lelai fk-a, Ladiee' Cam fVaaa, Lo.
ttaa a I , Lada' !-. DaMaa, kaaak 04
4 I'wM ttaoaee.
1 a aa.... aa.al.-aa4 I aad m will ba aaM at
bawaat aaaarbat art 14 ood eaaaata Ibaa at
U L.Aa
tM-Mil.t.
11
VOLUME XLVIL
$130,000! .
MARYLAND LOTTERY,
T be Draw en tk Ilaraaa PU.
0-ad eoaaolidatad Utury af Maryland, Claat 1, to
oammora M,l, rir.laj Marra2, 85.
R. FRAXC'E Cej. namarer.
-. 80,000 Humbert ! 1,000 Prixea!
iCHIHI.
I priaa of
.1 -1
1
I
IV Priiaa of
lo
mtneia
te.ooe u
10. mal
10,000
.one
o
Ill.K
le.WM
3S,U0
41
(20
t.200
J.uno
11. t0
' ib.anoia
S,iaM) ia
a.eut to
l.txie are
ton "
SOU
BPPR0XISIATI0N PRIZES.
. 4 Approximation uriaaa (d III an
. ji M
40
0 - M
ti
toe w m
1-000 Pricet ' amounting to
tlM,0u
Whola tioketa f 10) Ilalrea $; Quarten $S,1(1.
APPHOXIMATIOM PR IE IS 8.
Tha twepneeadiaraad tha two aoeeeedii aamk.r.
to Usa draving tha tirw Me Friaaa, will ba aaUdad to
the o Afipraiiiaauaa Pritea. .Vat axamuJai ir
UrkM No. 1 1 Ht dmwi tha t-j.3Se priaa, thuM tiokau
aambered IIS48, 1124, 11211 aad 1125 will mnb ba
entitled to $100, and ao oa aceordiag to the a bora
achama ...
PLAN OF TUB LOTTERY.
Ia tha ahore wheraa thora are Sll.llliO tlkna. m.m-
kercd from I lo 20.1IUO. There era Jun rull Prinj and
$lt0 Apprntimatioaa. making in all I.OOn Priaei.
1 lie numiMtrit frnia 1 to 1,00- correiiohiltiis wiih tha
nuuiberi on the Ui-kcu,irtnte4l on neparHleirii of pa
per, are roltt-d upaad encircled with imall tin MiheM ond
plaaed io a fla-a V hicl.
the aiauuttt of the different ?Q0 full prize rimilarlr
printed ni eneirrled, are pla.il ia ai.olhir aheel.-.
After revolnurhe wheel. nitmhti ia drawe frota the
wheel of nmeUerii, And at the "ante liiu a trin- if ilrawn
from the other word, by hoy who are l.lhi.h..l(l,-.l.
Tha nawor and the prize dlir.rn out are opened anil
exhibiteil to lb aulienie anil nyrn-rM . !v ll.v Coui
miMtoner, the prii being placa'i uuinr-t itiii'" iHtuiln-r
ilritwa. liiiiiioiTHfiitn i reiteiin-il until all tin- nriei
are itrawn eat. The drawiiif tv i-hni prini-il, anil nli.-r
eampartwni, the omitioner eerntii i iu cuncmoi.
Pnw, payiihle in lull withoi t iibki rtloa.
Addresa or.lvr for Tick, r in
H. fit AX' till).
Feb. l-S Hal.i.uore. il l
CO-PABTIiEESHIP.
1 KKHII iiAhlI.N -tK.l.- ll.. ni rrU-r are
Xlri)( ttUt to rt'ctit Ihl in. i. nitii Ihnr nt.u'k f.f
tHirn Am ruhii ji;mi in l Utmrt wlikb
ii much larger, mil ruiiii' nri't-Tinn ai.t iftvu.u uuu
iy-
I hey are prepared to
la aiir part of the Star-,
i'l 'roin mrrchneu,
1 faVMr.il.tr ti-tlnr,
Irtllli iDjt all MU-
... I ih,.'ir.ril,r.
-. i . r- jfarranlrd
I will allow tlirnt i'k
void liy the 15lh ot Jioi'
f'.iraihi- arif Int. h . o. n .V
hde our fclo'k 1 tuli. AM
fr-h and reiiiiine, ami mnoi;
tt.. ip-
ti:- new and
pli.-odld varirtirc
PE-CI U t OATI INO,
, lrltftuil, anil 5rei4inn.
Haleigh, N. C.
Jnn.S, 1R!.6. - o
1 P. PE-'Cl'D, having thin ilny forned a rvpart
a necliip wiih hi brolhrr in lea. tlen. ' Hat.
line, latent lifilf roun;v. N . ( '.. will ronlinac to'aon.
iluol the tt'lioh-nle and K tail lm llluine.w audrr
the tna of PKeCI 1 A UAUIMi.
we eomrniplata in a h..rt time enlirrioc and iui.
provine our ri..re, and eliall krep a nai-h lareer o. k
ii nnirie in our line tlian lieretuloie, wlni-h aith ear
io reat d faeilitire. Jnmifv lie in oftnrineJo our fri.iola
auillht publioarncrall aimeunily inrilinitiiiiloreinrni.
We are pk-aaed In inloem an, Irienil aud i-untonier
that we hare lernr.-d the ealual.le eerileea of Mr.
t'harle (1. ltei.lt, lor re rl tear wiih illiam A
lliwo l,aiid laleofthe tlnn of Urn "d A Heutl ; who
allk oar former luj.irtani, ilr. dea.' b. Ward, will unite
with ii in a leaiUna; prunpii, to tlmir waat, a lha
m l fan rable Ir ni., at all hour- el the day and u jrht.
Oar atore will he eloead an tha Rabbeta, bat Mr.
gcotl '. Ward will ha la aiti-adam-e tocaeeulo tor the
airk only, and their atteadat will pleare ria the
alarm a-ll.
Oui ai eeanla artHl pmeafed ff ietitemenl on fta'T"
1,1 ol July ana Janiury la each year, snl trrui are
ierih1 with the pa reliefer.
I'. P. PKStl KI, o. W, (1AT1.IM1.
aje.aee wakt a.
peraea Indehied ta lb andrrtiened by bead
nt are now aHerlfonalrlf atilwaUd to for
avmeat, a hi aid baaiaeee maat 1 elnee'l wfihout
dlay. r.f. PK.tl'ri.
TQ ME lit' HANTS.
Stebbins, Morgan & Allen,
40 ci.irr nairr. srw roia.
tUPORTCRS AND HEALERS IK
Drngi. Eye. Chemical, Perfumery, eVe.
nAVINU aelaeled their Mnrk from the heat that lha
ataaiaati ay vrra auirket aSord, ana, with
riibirwcev off-r irraat tadwrwaaeota aa the ifarrAoaf,
'eyaieioa ar AVaaaaafarar, ba t.B4ala aaod they eao
rely apae- aad an a raaeoaable term a aay aluilar
howa ia thieuaatry.
iwd'ra ia paraor'er y mall will meet whk pmmpi
aad earefat allrntlna aad are reapaefally atdielleo.
pf Fear Mru eaat of Broadway between Pulton
Beakaaaa. I
Ofboa R. tO.K. K. Com pan v.
KaUigh, Jaaaary ill, ls.
BA LEIGH AID OASTOH RAIXEOAJJ.
acbedu e for Mall Trala oa and after Thnra-
. 4aw, the Slat day of Jaaaary, 185
XJOfK B.-0 JBDArrKSTO hAT. THE MAIL
XI Train will leaao lha Lvp.rt.1 hark C.tiJiaa lla.l.
r a-l al It anaalaa wef--ra i a'rtah A. M . apam lh
arrl-ai of the 'a Iroat the Waat. Tha Caa watort
and lfrw Hajlar will ba in iradiaeat la laka rbarae
ot hafyage, d-e, fiaojei will bar La treable is
ahi'iiar lair.'eara and w.ll arria at II eldoo a4 1 lt
A. H, lull lima traia. f.lug orth.
By nrde irf the I'r-.i l.el
. - d A M L.I M. Pmib,
T-lf ) lirk.t Agent.
RALEIGH k OASTON HAIL ROAD,
Hal la;, ft flutea E. 1. Offiae, I
MAt.ain, rvbraary S, la.e. j
VS THE XdhrH 'Ar.ol.lA BAIIItiiAU It
new e-iaayU-ieal rarbarlioia. naaia la heply rfi
aa Ibal faeal ae naaaJaaaa aaaoyhl dawn that kavt la
teaead war traa-faueaalMW aaar the aataiah A taaaaa
llailraad.W 11 h raaif aat by Ihla I awbaat al Ihalkaeah
Carolina aallraad l4 tm kaarlah l-aal H'y by
lb t'aaataaaaaai aad will ha leajtaa-Mb-o lha,, anl,Mat
aWlay, aaenre rbaff. aad ffm4 ajaaltn. d ta It-a aa4.
era Mrraae aad xbeeaala( thai Haaad 0 il l.kewjo
ha dallaeead al rba aaaaa mi J
Alldarafae Maeht aaaaat ba paid al aaaraharf ar
Paataeaaaaih. a-4 aaa wny M ,bi. wkMi maaa ba
paid in ad'eaaw or m eVIt'ery a lh eaaAa.
F-ar; Mart will ba aeeate I y the and afanai
a laa aaafay ta !- aa'aalax'IK the (taia n
laaaa af fa- ata aad p4mv
Owaaaa aadabnnn af f.d aaa a.rtaaa,d In boa
waaai aiaaiwawy naaaaaw, aaaa faafa f-i aai -ai aaay
aa I aaa a. a. a. Iliail.ll, rnaiaat,
-44.
AgcnUWarittd toScllMp,
rilliiH LllttVT'TUK VMTF.tt StATES.
f IMk aabaarlb riaawnataaily ia.a aen-w Vane alike
1 otr trtxrrt ad uliabu csAEACTra
tMI kHtl.-l, avr-.u n.d a. I., ia 4, a. real
part af ah awanlry ere aaftk'af ft m
$500 to $3000 a year.
Aay naeaaaaelae aaa aaa anahe a naiaaaaant halt
B a with baa awiatt mtimy aad nah.
rtal-.fae aad Witae aatalalay halt 4aa- l-a.
la aaa, A, wll a a-at fpaa aa i n 4 ateowb-te i a-i
nf baaiaiian. AU Inaaieiaa oaaavaaaa be aaaaa naa-k
tlaaa !--. aaa aad l.aaaaj all iwaaaa aaa4 aa
Affaaaa aad r.aiaaa alraaaay m Ka t-aaa. ht.a m
ml aaael..,aal, a-lr A. U. f - I I V X. eat laer af
r-a-'a. htan eaal Moaeroted ka fa. a a M
aaat. aw Tavb.
Mea4 It, la-a, ll. lm.
TIAT.TTGH, IfOETH
JIWJJJIJIIIJII tlTHIIEITI.
frmn Tirktr A VaWi. tnmtrml iidtartuiao Bum
Applrt.li' KailOinj J4 348 Broadway,
SCHIEFrLIN BROTHERS Co
, ivroircaa, 4d Mauce lit
Brngt, riiitt, Oll, ltt, rtrfumfrj. e.,
170 VVUIIaanKtreet. Kew or,
INVITE tha attention of the trade to their Urge ,
aad earied atoek of Dntas, Patau, Uila, I'arfam
ory, 4k., to.
Ia addition to their regular importatiosa of 8 to.
pie lrnita, they are alao reeairint. direct from tha
eoaroea of nreduetina and nanufactara, auppliea
of.TooTB, Hia,and ialLBBCuaa,llaoirira.Cnaia,
Moaraaa, Srosiaaa, Kaaxcit and Eaouaa I'nrcii.
any, l.ran'i tXTOAora, and many other article
oaually embraced in Unipgieta' ttocka, which they
are alao enabled to offer ea the moat adraatafeoaa
terme.
Ordere, either la penoa or by mall, Ul receire
prompt attention, - lj
June 26, 1865. 77
First PRmlnm told Vtdul PiiRo-Ferlrt, :
STEIN WAY 4 80N8,
BAarrajTuaotaa, S4 A P8 nun aTacnTa.
art aaonwAykaiw tokk,
Reapaetfally call tha attention of the pnblie to
their apleodid aaeortment of eemi-grand aad
uure Pianoa. which, for volume of Lima, aiaatiel.
laty of tooch, beauty af aaiea, jind In abort erery
thing theft renderaa Itano paftoat, eauniurpe
aed. Ihey were awarded tha firat premium for
both kinda in eonnetition with the moat durtin
guiahed makera front lioaton, Philadelphia ew
Vork, and UaUimora, . . i. ....
NEW TK1UMPH 1
firemwAT & 'Hoa have juat been awnrdv.l the
FIH8T I'roroiuni OULU WIHiAL (orerall oompetl
tora).at the late Fair nf the American Institute
Crystal Palace, for the BEST Pianofortea.
47 tf .
TILTON & MiFAIRLAXD,"
33 Maiden lane. New York.
'ASUFAOTUIIK OF 1J1K WOULD RE
noniieil H ilftii.amli r futca . bank Vauita,
Tlnlt'minre Depot. 145 Prntt.
He.
.lloiyiia Depot. 14 Howard atreet.
FOR THE 1,000, 0Q0.
I H l; i:. . P 4TKKT MAHBI.U CO.
(Capital 105,1100.,
o. 3m Broadway, cor. V alkrr Ht Sew Vork.
Ar pr. pnred to fiernto all orilera.. for Muntle
Table Topa, Colutnin, Pedeeliala, Piiutera, Slaba,
Ac, iu iniitutiou of Siena, llmcatel, I'yraneea,
Nenpoliiun, and all fancy Marbleep equal in
atreiiith, beauty, enl durability to real marble
and in nme reaierta enperior thereto, and at leaa
baa half the coat. Unlike marhe laed iron, wood or
alnte, it i- wholly free from all oljeetiona which are
urireu aiainut mare aurface work, where i ainL en.
pal eaniish, Ac. form Uie temporary polirn and
neauiy time article: Mantela from K to 4U, trr-
dera Iron liuiidera, ( abine Mnkera and othera ao
licited, and latiafuctiiin luirantved. Agent for
tue principal eitiea treateu with.
Joaarn Lamb, Sec. Purea Una, Prea.
Loth O. MiCKLta, V. Free.
Raleigh October 1S4. , 129 -ly.
NEW VOKK MIM.IMaUV.
BBS- SIJVMS' Wboltule aid EMail Killtracir
iBtl Stravf Ciurlf. Vnn kntf, HI Brand nay
XK W TOIIK.
MRft. B. la Bow in Knrnp for lh expren nurpaee of
aeteetini aoreltiiafor the Spring Trd, ahi'h
ill arrive and be ready for In-nei-lion on or Hon. lha
Urat of Mrrh. Hoalli rn and Wealero Merchant atol
Millinaraaa.. mnertlulle iHTilrd 0-call anil eiamln.
the lawn before purehaainy; elaewhera. Pallam llon
nel alway en hand, ana arm by aiyreaa lo any ad
aa. tree. n.J
Brxiklyn-fity Sinn Eagine Work.
Drl.-3TJiiD0K ft Cor
W4T emrrT, ha)i.Y, hiar may;.
Miimtfm lum of HtwM Kngina uitk lUrdont
foUnt nt off 0ml linlrrt.
fpilB nheriber not only aaarrt lh aperlnritr a.
X the eoaitnarUoa af their Knpn, hot will urf
aataa ta tranaait ane.lhird mere pawar with the oat
aarfae af hoiirr.aud M par eanl laa praaaar af leia
man any auiar r.uitii mauafartared in the l.ailed
Htate. mamlaioina aa eitial aperd, wilhoat regard u
amanni af power applird te the enyiae.
Alanfri m their long einenr and Immeneefaelll
tlee, thy ayknowl ilj( no eomjiatltor in the manufna.
tar of
fti W Slillt, cXaw ami Cri' ,Vi', Hiram Vm;w,
Mining Vmi ai.tt Ctttrinq Jnr ,Vin, Sluijt
inf and iVWiea. mi y ami Uykt CaM
laor, oJ Mill Mnrlnnrru ifnsrry
Jrrripiinn.
.ollharn rianter' atleolon la aartlealarly dire, tad
toaarnawaadiiapro.eO taaar mail. Ta a.iayln-llr f
eonatraatiaa, ro .nln.ary p.ia.r aad (rant uaxal.il lly
reaii-T II daotde-lly wna-rif to aay aow ta aa. -
Or d-ri hy mall, ay other ia, allndd ta wnhnraenpt
noa and diepatrb,
a. r. aiianoa, 1 D. P. ML'KDll.1 It CO.
a. . teaatia, V
t. a. C01MB f fab. t Int.
The Wonder of the Age. '
Dr. TobW awlrbratad Venetian L a meat nW
aaa eare t holera, l';a.al-ry, rwap, Caalte, anige.
Ill al
.nenala, Vaanlting, Hani. T.aKl.ak. II. a.l.roe
hat rrl Itaeda, C-4d tr-i, Moa.,.,1. Ulm. laaeet
eiiaev, T hroe Kbaainal .ia,. ewrllloga. Old naerea,
at. Barn., Unilaea. aad Pa laa at eakaee la Ik
Llwka, llatk aad I kaat.
,-..' tin II C M I IH- TRY I T a
Iir. T ( ba aerab-d kl l.lelu. al f. elrkl
yaara w.iboad ever kmg adHAan4 a.-! for all ra.
Hera ad the ea-ary nil that la naked I lo Be il aeeoed.
log ta tea airrrttua.
no nxg will rvi t wmim' t it
After aaea aa.i.j at. Il da a4 nod it betle iban
aayil.iag yoe have eet triad balor.
BIT iot a MOMIT BKTl'RKFD.
r Tkwaanda af rmiArala. ba kera feaelted
peaking 4 .nt -era tlrtae. Aow a day It ia the
pretlife la &l lha paper w.lk ea..Saea f roan no.
eaow p"ian. ae r1 by tboa oka bare naaae need
lh naaaieta.,. now tar. 1 o,.M a.a e t ,a
1 : 0 0 0 n o 1. 1 a a
la aa a, ai. .ll ,,-a. ia.i u ai aatlakaj a laaa
eeii.SaaO rfat.eg Ii' ll ba ta bad ha. veAaria ba-
hae iha raMt.. ,
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7 "L"T x 1 K""V -" '".lar,.:
aala ( lb to.li-a l.ineaaai kaa aleted 11 aa 11 la.i-,
aaa. to laka aiavvalil, 1 TaMaa be, ua.n Iba bl. I
e wing
At,
t. Benot I T abaaa, at tbe . He af New V'erV. Wl(
doty laei aba neeaa tbel I reaap-aaa L.n.aaeet
eaiaeal VeneeJaa. and that lb I-IF"!..., W ., t
H reanwaaa-4 are nwbaeuy naraataa le 44 taleaaal.y,
eaea In 4 .al 'l a .,aaft,iy naaae a taa ItianaMa ao
eaaaeeariaf eaeb leeilM
a , aa. immmmrf etk. A.
. I Tonus.
Pwaen b tk Aay bef.-e na,
"Caaada Wanal, IC.ai.
Prt-a b -eat.. a,l4 by the 4ntet aad fabant
M h.l.e .a.e,a lb.- -,b- al lb I a.tee elate.
rm A .... I,. aab i. t in' M'-eee U.aori te
pent kwttl at a eaaaa, Va-aeied eyaanaj la aay tak
a.
Of T - ,.' aetil aad St. eaTb.
kabaaaiy M, 14 t ly
AMBavOTTm
'U aanarwiiy f thai la. M af saea Ibeaawk
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CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY - MOSSING, APEIL 9. 185G.
Miscellaneous.
lift in (he Booth and Sonth-Wett
ay raaaiae at Ktni.n.
The richtlar, Editor f Arkanaua.
There nerer waa an aje in the annala of tiroa
or a country oa the aortace of the rjobe, where
duelling prevailed to each an eiteut aa it did in
the early biatory of Arkaneaa. Not one pnblie
man ever attained to any eonaiderable ominaneav
either prof oe ton al or political, inthat purple land
where law laaared not life, withoat firat paaeiny;
thrmlfh the terrible ordeal of blood and fire on
the aiiaacalled field of honor. The Roe tore, Con
waya, Crittendena, rVviera, Johnson, and Bor
landa erery.naine of note that ean be mentioned
all fVjrniehed no many eiamntetof thieetrane-e
yet general rule. Kren the loeniiny; and elo
quence of tlie mild and merciful lawyor and ptet,
Albert I'ike, lo aubtere influence or distinction,
availed not until he had proved hiapruweaein
mnrtnl eamtliat with a redoubtable foe, . '
In addition to the nanal canaet operation on all
frontier to produce ouch a a'ate of ancioty, an
other "ne etiated in the atortay ten of politico
The W hij and Ihnrtoerata were nearly equal in
numericnl force and nerer did hoetile fnetiont
display more intcroat, activity and concentrated
bttterneea. On the Mump, in the forum, and
through the pre, everywnere, and by nil poaei
ble nienna, tliey harlod their furinua anathemaa
airainat each other in term of tuoaaurelcoe wrath
and denunciation. A a neceaaary conarqtience,
none nave nien of the hi;;(iet ciHiroge reared an.
pire to be leader in purlieu where aurli a poairion
niui oe won ana ninintaiiitti at tlie Hiattiine:
m mih of the p tol, or lie.fure the fcatlul point of
the Uowio-knifc mid dotililo-'bdiroil ilain-oe
-"OrieMinnrable" lieeuliaritykitrkcd the eourae of
etteti (Kiraonal contlmtaf they aliuoat nlaraya ter
minated lam lly to the inditiiluui enttnged iu the
unnaluml etrilo. Noconihu'uiil thought liia foir
fume yiiid'cated bv merely wmtrns lua nntniro
nit; nothing would uHic laut lb roniidi" ;raiY
oftlea'h. Indeed, the otiiverNal opiuiofi of tlie
coaiiniiniiT reparded lilotidlrSj rncoiintora n
hainelul in the extri'ine arurno, oven, than po
itive ciwitrilitej nnd na every candidate for pop-
unr nvnr nau prepiireq mnii-ell well, hy lony;
pnnitine, to use tlie int grem iirirnuienf, wluuh
chmcd ill diacuaaioii and ailourpd the moat Hub-
born ohjcetnr, rery few meetinia oeonrrml where
the apectnfon! wore not jrrntifioil by witneaaini;
tnennil(;litor til one or bub ol the ainlnuou n
vnla.
A may becneily imns'nol, the n.mt of nn edi
tor n-uathe urnet nerili.ua of all oihcra; and lience
tlie npiaiaiiiK faction rcitively aelected the
entire oorpa to luannee their journal from the
iiint deeprraie adteniurera ti:l could be niUMlor
ed and paid them ttixordingly to do their own
fi((htiiitnnd that of nil their aimnyniiiui onrrea
pmdents. In nnme instance, tliotinanda of dol
lare were expended an more (itctniuiua, beaidea
tlie oner nt cnorniou aalm ics, lo proniiro the pen
and pmtol of the moat nntorioue ductiatp in the
aoulh-weat, 1 emild apeciry one man, an ex-aen-ator,
who i.arcd hia riaelo Ihiavervcirrumatantai.
However, leaving tiitwc vnuc piiernliiic, the
followintt brief akotiiti uf ntriking and real pnrlic
ularn will afTord a tolnrable cnni cptioo of the atern
trinla incidental to etlitorinl life. . .
Karly in the nionili of July, IK.;!), lraol Wanda,
the proprietor ol the Arkanana lVmocnil, wi
I'iiti-u in in fiuicmm, tniaiiy piupiovcd in the
roaiiulaelnre of written alnftder (or hia weekly
leaun. A aoildea ulaui eat llni pcrami waa truelv
e.ii.nli to mitke an ordinary I cholilor tremble
itli atiprp!ienion; Lirynu ininMai-iiroii the wide
world wilh. ut fiedine hia auperior in hyrlt-al
power and agility, In Ilia prime of ymiili and
roinmt health, he aeeiued a nii(lity luaaet-f imh
b n. an I c'atic ainewt ilioiij a Ilia myihle
Miln when he rent the a a-iwit imk. Ilia hand
looked I ke eleilge liaitimern, and hi enunteiuince
bore iho impreea i f reekle Lrmery a anrt nf
mule lUtiiiiifo nn'd rliulii mio to nil li.e lien ee i f
.l.l. J
ion iitiinun race, jnarves tieie ol A pecul ar
tint that bene re.ldiali yellow which reaemlilea
the iria of the eagle, of all eolori eonaidored the
aign of the moat daugcrona charnctem,
Imleed, he had acuiird hia lille to Le placed
fo-emnt in the higlieit claae of the fighting chiv
alry uy uitriua leata pcui.rmu in all tuaprutct
pnruitiea of llie aouth fiom Charleston to New
Orlean. Nevertlioloa. he hod eiure nenne than
to rely for impunity on the terror which hia name
an irreaiiibly inpited. Ilia iiffiee wna an armory,
A huge double Imrrellcilebid gun hung at a abort
dietance n'oove hia bead, and iialfa d-iten loaded
pitol lay beaide Itiia on the table, while the li
ver hilt of a dagger preyed cot Inm beneath h
real lie waa ready for immediate battle, who
ever niiiit lie tl aarailant,
Suddenly fmtihrn rcarnmled on the floor be
hind him, and a etout.. dark feattired man of
Kindle age, with lung flowing hair nf raven baa,
and flaahing black even, ruahed into the mora ia
a atate uf wild and nlinont phrenaieil etrilamenl,
and threw kiimelf into a eeat.
The e-litor, at Brat, anticipating a hoatile vleit,
eneked a revolter, but inatantly perceiving ba
Biiatake, dei-oeiieil l,e weanoa al hie oIIhiw, ei-
claiining a he did o " What Bow, Kliaa W bar
ton f I there a Bow to-n peat brewing an the po
litieal atmiaipbete r'
M dual look bare!" eiaealatrd the other, with
an infuriated greture, p.in'mt t. a oolumn of the
Arkanaaa big, which he held up, with the ink
not yet dry net tie paper.
W nod matched lire arrlele ftntn the Bnewre of
bin friend, and, detuai ing the oootenta with a ra
pid glance, altered a lnle-li. i;.hi Iimi horrible f.
rana-d, while hie very lipa turned a bile with rage
ann maapp'nnimenv - e-
" I not that too bvl ?" vociferated. Whartiaa,
riiort.ing the inlerr- gati 1 1 wiiu a ami ntore
dreailful oath. " Vt hoaould hateeifanricl, in l he
meridian nf Littla lUerk, to one a idilllll.lilo a
gainat dueling V
And an apnaa! lo the religion prejudice of
the paot'le!' ad-led the liur, Irowning till bit
br.wa met In a fiigttful areh.
" Ve. ond t!e cunning e.urdiel baa m v aed
lo lay all the I lime I "i b i.pinUu ou Una Ih-m-oera,
fn.an lha ir t net kwent of the eutrntry 1"
tft r.itcd ti-e ntber.
"And hehaj ?iea Hie biatory of all my en -on a
leaa. front riy at!.hbiii2 a aofHeotiMre at tha uni.
yari'y f Vtqinia. till y rre-Snttle With Iba-b r
1ft il-oti !" ea-yif-laiio-d W nla,
"And flat tirade el. an ill do mo-a In'mrv o
oor ptry i!,n anything tl.M baa Li ;4,i4 U
yetta. - retna-kn tt inoti,.
" W ho ra i the xr.:e U," aakod ll.ee-l.li4, la
a n.aaHig .e.
I ri re t en miit-h a. imteln " rai.iri.e l ll,
j f'teanl. It i ne lbs lea'Ke-1 And Ingnbrioaj
j i le d 1'ika, tnar ih ,rtrj deiniaii.a f Ala-
k.n, y..ab-f. It W.n.t let MMI B'W band O lb
i.r.aa.-Maft.hig-ee.e
' , . , ,, '
nall We do Iu ll th't tb gon In
W l.at ahall we do io ii th't tb n In
I tne iMttiery 7-l..r, an lr- .i,st tat aj- eaplial, !
j aha. I loeo 114 i.i. ii., said tlie d.ur, with
a l.edl -.r.fe?wtearra-Mie-f,
" I snuat iteaiand li.e sn'b. e. and i r-.ti k
bias twaa m'erview " eo-CeaieJ Hi., t ,
" And H'-te-a tlaey alowl git bp ih bawt .af
Fent N .land, a il.y d-d i-n u.niaet aiiaiUe men,
1 b? V.i kaow it t."iaid b tMh-bl b tl t I,, j
; inbe I'ai W batat.aw i" aaai-l W ;
, With anbaddtr.
I Al Ih tuiaaeot, V," aaa, ll.f allee lll.af of.
Kliee VI I at n-o. ra.lete-1 ibe aanetum. ea. ia m ng
t " I hat diaeofd the n.it the an..W
Blgi-eil t indat 1"
" VV k i ia ba la k ha ?" Baked lU p-.l.l iral
ewaeaiaa, in Iba aBea(-rly lpel -ae hraaalh.
"lie ai'l tfft e u.e-ar la a looaai.d
goaa.M replied 0 , tbrr,
" 14 a kaaow at aaae -. ja nit keep a ia an
!. 4
' lt f lemao.ll young yaik.etMal peaaaa-bav."
Th devil " loalla IM aaA.w.iba-i iit.y.
"Ik devil CearaeMal k y Wa' l.i.na fraead
" Ib-w d4 yw Uanra an taaaaise a im If
, - fl.a dea,l (l.al lirf i lo...
1 " Ike devil ("earkanal ky!a'l.i.ng Irnrad.
1 caa lb I reaasa b la St big -IL w ta IU
j 'eW-baet taw. leaaeai. bwaie, an tlaaf y. nat
A k B4 M tie teaatval at lh laUaaeta-a,'
S'i'-JI'T'-
"And now what ia to be done?" they all in
quire toyetheir.
The eeae ia e-imnlicated with fcrinaa diffieul-
tiea," ohaerred Kliaa W barton for if we let the
matter paaa in eiiertre, tlie raacally hrpoerite will .
become holder ia hie attack - and if we r,ni.h "
hi inolen.-e. a it deaerve. every Metltodiat vote
in ll.a a.,. 111 .1 1.1 A i.
IB the Mute Will DrolMblv ba eaat ae-ainat tia "
After reHecting few miiuitea, the joornafial
prong to hit IWt, crying out furiously " I will
tx the bane wretch, ao thut the member ol hia
own aoet will diaown him !" And he haaUly bnc
kled on hia bolt, and, filling it with pietule, ruah
ed forth into the atreet
A chance would have it, the youthful minUter
waa at ttat inetant walking by the d. or. lie was
a alender, pale-faced man, with a fair cemplesion,
bright blue eye, and a countenance of profound
and even poetic thought, apparently iiicapahleuf
re!ting a ehadow of ajrruaHion, or ao oiuuh aa
n arming a ny.
' Are you "tlie author of Vindei,' In the recent
numbor of the-.Arkanaaa Whig? " riemanded
Wonda, ndvancine an near to hia intended noiim
that their head aTmot pmcbed. .
I am. anawered OoK-man,- in a cleortilver
voice, without betrayiug the fninteat' token of
alarm.
"Then thna I chaatiae your impudence and
fnUehotidl' ebmited the enraged editor, eeiting
the clergyman 'a none with a craep of iron,' and
pitting acnrnfiilty in hia mouth.
'If 1 did not fear to hTo hh fi.ut ataina of
jowr nolhittng hhaid rm the now pure neord of
J a"-oioiirai, t wrmui teacn yoer a la eon Bey
er hi be lorirotteei nmit tan, dviaa AtM
ked Colrmnn, aa calmly aa in prayer meeting, f
- away witii yoo, poHroon and linrl " ordered
Vtooil, adininieterin aevorol aiwia.nai.ia...
kick, aa the other tetrantcd !tiwly from tlie in-
glorioui Held, , a
The rumor of the affnir cin-iilnte with incon
ceivable rapidity, and immediatoli' became the
uhieotnf general oonvernntion: nut ainanlarlv
aa it may jnin, every bodv -dcnonncwl the juve
nile preiicher ao that I t tink down at 0 .oe'ffom
the pinnacle of familiarity to the I.. weal ahvaa nf
wfnrme and dentdationi and on the auleuenl
"""I. wio-o ui asceiinen tne piinnt, nut hall a
d. fcn heatera itni-n.le.1 iheaervice. llie chosen
church deaertcd him aa a er.ward for that wait
the renl eon-eof offem-e, aithougft many d it
gnised the ftct nndor tha flinny pretext thut
they diaapproved of hUeunduct in inwlilling with
tiieationa of politic.
Jit ia imjiall,le to paint the emottona of the
youog mitnater when he witneaaed thiat reanlt,
ami aw hitnaelf entirely ahandi.nd by hhttpir-iiu.ilttiH-k.
Kten Ihenejrr.. and h..v tannted
himnaa cownH whenevnr he anroare.l in tl.a
im' amnnceii onue. elailv nf weoai
a lady of
boaoty and intelligence, gave him a eaild and
oniel diainiaeal. Ilml he lieen nruvml eoilte -
burglary or theft, hia di.-grnoe could not have
been mure oomplete.
No one, therefore, wondered Whf.fl kaa Vritll.
drew frnrd t":e ffllotrthlp of the Methodiat de
nominatiop. and hut himself npin tha aolitude
of hi private annrttnnnt, aa many auppoaed, in
a eondilion binleringon menial derangement.
i ne oiiowing woe it, however, revealed the
fruita of hie me.liinnnn. in aa uneipected man
ner that einr.leil tlie whole eity. Another arti.
ele came out in the Arkunaa Whir, and thia
limn over Uvit'nlciiian'r,n aignature, which
exoelled any aaiim ever before aoert in the onih-
wet for neful, laMtmllcia, biiior denunciation.
r.very watlure id the ei -preacher's pen aremed
like ih ttwh nf an infernal aw-rd every word
pierce I I ke the throat of a poieoned dagger.
The editor of the Ilemocrat and all hit friande
indee.1, hia whole party, and eieu hia family
were anbiecied ta the pemtlty of atimmary mae
taere. lie dragged inloli-ht all their privateat
well at political tint, aad accused them nf imag
inary erimea, that cajwaed every reader to torn
white with horror.
Then, aa noon na the ndwananer waa leaned ba
left bit room and promenaded the pnblie thor
oughfare with the pn ud and lofty trend id" a he
rtt, areneapanieil by Font Nnlnnif.b.h thoimgh
ly nrmeil. Aehalleage from laraol Vood,lbea ,
porhi the moat, deadly duellist in the world,
waa the immediate eonaeqiience, and the youth
accepted il tn aombat with pialol. tea ante I
.The iniertiew lM.k place the next morning at
snnriae, ran the baiik of the Arkansas river, half
a mile above Liilie Hia?k, and aever did a great
er ronoourae of epectabire twarm tu behold s
similar atne.
At the apiNiinled honr the eecond. Klia
Whartim for W inela, and Fent Noland fi Uo.a
man. ttatinned their prin. ip.il. in poaitioa, and
the ani'nnis ihnmg actually trembled ia fearful
atMctaivry of the brutal eignal. Indeed, the
proximity nf the foee was ao chrae that Ibe ea
cai vl either with life reemed altogether hoi
leaa, ,
la tha mennwhile .a wnndorful ehange had
been wrought in the aepent of the formerlv mild
and merciful minieler. llie blue eyes looked hi.
niinou a fire ball, and Ibe tbnajghilul tadnea
of hw euunienanea hail been replitoeil by a per.
petusl .mile bat eat-a a ami la. gerav tooroliiog.
mailenHie,.as apirared fa hart power of
blttiug Ih gascr tiieli, like Ibe flaaa of light
aiog from a thunder rlond.
At Fent Noland left hit friend, he whl.peee.l
In hit ean "lie eara and aim atlheenemy'a
nd Br at. Uto wrd It is your only
ulian.-e." , ... .
Al length the signal sounded, ami both wean
ona riaued apparently together; yet, in faet.C'oke
maa'a bl the preroJeBe try t..l,ae half a oecond,
and that linimutia fragment of duration made
all the.l.flciemeuf tn mine eurmly ia the re
sult. W.and fell to the earth like a tlont dmppe.1
from the hand, with a bullet bole through hia
right temple, while bit tea ball w limited the
(nrlh id aa inch above, bit alraa.ary a heavl.
Fr-ui II. al day U.e lame and fortune of Ietl
f "leiono might I aaiired irmly e.ial.li.he.1.
lie a inaiallcd l ill. aiih in tha editorial rhtlr
id ibe Arkaneaa Vt big. ti d aleloed ea aud pie
l"l with the t'u ir.ui.hnl luc-ra, wiul twb
datily the an 4 el aaf taaetileaee eat eburt bis brier
aa urtiiuaH raraor.
tln'l l.al na a alia
We invite the linera af fun to J..ia a la lh
beany Uu.;li a si junt bavin-e over a elory li,h
by 1 na d ..ui N -itbern et, mprarioe, ? a tall
frtwky 'lir-king eoanlry man, wlab dnrii.y ll.a
k'-.Klalid lb b.a-.l,aM aaa-ean lael fall.Wa.ked ia
b. l i.eid III lateat wh 'haal 4a-V g.ej ii.ote
.an r)r jdv, and entirely diaregardiog lb Mh
a lot. ..f
tb Ulet p.iem,tnMl into Ih OuUMing rw-na.
j Wen) 'he l a-a te of the aetaidiebmaait were alt-
; Itt g tn rb e.,aieraatH. Af.er labieg a rtir
1 nat gUnr of ike roaeni and toraeriee aiieaii.
Iv ti la. a af the arwrBia. be aaa ad anb an
aneti. na 1 anko naal twang '
!!
. g. t any bail f"
''Naila, tr, ftaaka!"
eafvasted Ih a-t t)igo'iaa
i i .aly of li e Brna.
.ViSIf, bj) slaoold we
y-a BfMigbL JIaiol
i d.. w.m t aii-f "
" VV al, I dontoi aa.
yaw got a-.na.U. eh ?'
"Mo, ir." ra.iied lb Iheaabrj again, ilh an
ai.ii l.aai aa.e i.to.g to 4,.o7,
1 he in luelonf in aeareb id" staala I ..I hi lies
nla .1 il, and iliew left Ih snanlii.g r. nt. la
torn, he a- 1 eaety elct llae nasne a.ie,..,i, i,d
.. lb n ..ia,ait.-a Iron nil, that "naila"
Varawl part at lbs K.ek of the al ...i h-
eVall," noi l ka, g dog t-ewardt lh. do,
"dnn'l keen Bail baft, laa ho I"
Tea pr a.B aaaaiaa, wu-e d gody wit
ban Py H,e net ti.al nay aw atoeaid Mtppaaw
Itaat an ea'al.l..i.aaanl wkwre ba bod a prtaaiiiiawt
p'e-b-ild keep mi I, hna-led lb eaeamrvaaaa
aaf a b wa pv rawlo.g 4aawnr lb eMraoea,
I niad aasad bias shai.t.y bat be eaniad.
J -b.--'OI.M.-d.ea
ewaabae, I tol to kaa w if yaaa're g,at ti.j
. Bitef
" Nmla, Bo sir. Yul b l-a b.'.d a,-a,a
NTTMBEE 15.
and again, that we've got ao naila o you'd bet
ter rn."
tAiu't got any Baikal.? Well, then joat look
a here, mialer. if roo ain't got no naile. what an
awful ntyou'd be in if you'd happen to have the
iieh!'r
From Petoraou'e Lailiea Rational Mnnaine.
THE THEEE ClIOSTS-
- BT 1. w. Btwgta."
Roand a eheorful wuod fire. In a quaint, old
country bouaa. three tiatcre ant talking ia the
twilight. The bright blare illumined the walla,
on which a few portrait were banging, and eaat
grotottjue altadowa from tlie old faahinned furni
ture. The ruddy glow lighted op too the three
lovely facet of the aistera, who were enjoying it
ohecrfulneae. '
Very charming wore Ihey all, Cut very differ
ent in their Itmutv.
Margaret, the elder he who' aite lo the right
of the fire, with head thrown partly back, while
ber hand are erutaed upon her knee, ia about
twenty two. She it ttll, atately, and proudly
beautiful, tviphie, "pretty Sophie," tit nppo
ite on a nofa, with the head of little Horn, who
ia reclining oa her lap. . ,, '
Liule Itoaa, tlie youngest, with neither Mar
garet's queenly grace, nor Sophy's brilliant
beauty, waa what ladiea call "a darling" that
ia, the waa toveablo, charming, and innocent.
In foot aha waa treat, and weet ae a hawthorn
bloaausa.
Tbeae throe young girlt wore tingularly aittia-
lei.
. They resided in the old homestead where we
have found them, alone, except tor tbe servants
attended them, lather and mother acre both
dead within afow years, and as there way no re
lation to supply, even in a measure, theii placet,
the orphan tutors clave; yet more cjotely to each
other and. continued to live in their uWlat home
liko bird, who nolle together in the old nest
when the parent birds have hift tl eta.
Thorna-i, an old and fuithfnl ataa servant, and
Kitty Cork, (a persoa aolwliliatnndiiig her juve
nile name, of middle age and tried fidelity) were
their only domeatice hut they sufficed, p.r their
Inhnr were performed tiTHfty spirit of love and
willingneaa, ,
Such was the little lioiisehuld of the tutor
and there they wore sell led fur life. For, lie it
known to yoa. oh. incredulous render, that each
of the lair sitterliuod waa under a solemn vow uf
tislihacy. . .
When their futher died and left them all alone
in the world, rhey took each othera hand and
solemnly promised never to desert eaoh other,
but, to live and die together. -
Throe year bad pawed tinoe that time, and
though their lovlineaa attracted suiters even to
ilmir.iiuict, lonely h.nne, nt whisper had ever
been breathed by any of the sisters of a wish to
break that vow. .
On tlie contrary, they often applauded tlinlr
kLuIuib in devising it, and swore foaliy to ita
new. dome loch eonvertation bad taken place en
the very evening I have choaeu to Introduce lli.nu
hi my readers. Indeed ihey were more than
uaually vehemnnt iu their denunciationa of any
trenail i lo their code. Margaret's eyes had
flvhed indignantly at lha vary thought of such
treachery Sophy bad painted must tnuuliipgly
the lonely slate of the other two should one be
base enough lo desert and little lion had de
clared. .-'"
"That even if Prince Charming himelf .bwilj
cm flying into the room in a golden ehariot,
and were to fall at her feel, all crowned with
diamond, she would not waver lh least mite
but should just say ve.-y aoldly, 'Ume, l'nnre
Charming, yoo can I have me. I
hare prumiaed
my sitters never to marry."
iilargairet aud Bopine laughed at little Kote s
tally, and the greatest unanimity of opinion ap
peared hi prevail, - -
While they sat over the lira diaousing this
suljecl, Kilty Cork entered with a basket ol ehea
auta, saying.
"If jo pleaae.lMliliea.Thnmasbldsme give yee'
they nuts. He's afther pickin' them hiaaeh and
he saia aa he llallow-Aia, ye ll be thryin' yer
fnrtniie, giHid or bad And It's vrlahin' ys good
lurk, and g-n.d hiiahan.l he i. .
"Ihaja nut Thoniat know!" began Margaret,
with a frown.
'Oh ay bekaows'inlerrapied Kilty, with
a slight tons of the head but imnicdinlely repen
ting ttiis imprudent gesture, sit added, with ro
gitih deniurenms, .
- "Ib-ft, but Thomas It qnare, headstrong,
aald Imly. I'urr. ould nowl. be ha ay hi eranks
and vbiins and nne is, ye ll all three o' yee be
mnrtird befio? the yeara'e out Unfortunate,
demented, ernthur that h I, lo take sie ana
eraty fancy." "
"Crasy, indeed ! said Margaret, with dignity
but yet a hen Kitty was roue, the srirla heiarrr
"jual for fun," to try lha aute on tbe hot h..rcif
lh good, old taahioroid manner. True, Be
names wore Bientloneil aload, but that did not
nievenl each maiden from mentally deaignating
her nuts aa aha pleated and certainly the mi.at
inienao interest glowed ia eaeb youth In I face, at
it wui.il.ed the entie msaoruvrr of llev wriinio
Inters in the symladical panlomimt. Kilty re
turned to And ll.em enganwd ih this moat lnn.ii
siatent sinu.enieait: but like a wise daniael h
liaik Be B' teof ti.Hing dtacreiancia. hh. on
tli ountrary, propiaed that aa they were trying
ll ill.iw K.i a games, they shoald, at a Inter hour,
larloee going ti bed, try the famous old uns of
sow iti at heiun aeeaj by moonlight.
"W bat i it ? boa do you do itf" erieil the t'is
lers, and Kilty went on lo explain, how llie girl
who wood hal into the fmura aa wi lier fate.
Bud go by night, al -tie, and heroad the hearing
of her ft iende, and Stalletlng I rmp teed in the
nioottlijaht, luut say, ,
'Ilaijsrs4 I aaw. -llayp
aaed waat growl .
tl bo,r.nt!l b my traa Ure, eats after sad Sho,'
Anl then, on h.V in t over her rigl t .h HilJc.-lie
houl-J iee tlie man shs waa to marry eofnihg af
Ur her. with a greA aeyilm rtaiwing aad who
would ai.-l auiely overtake ber and rut her beet
off with Ibis weaiam, if she paused loa l.iig to
h-.k."
" Y.eu f .rge K'Hy, we are never going lo bvc
any hii'band," irmtrkrd fof.liie, when Kilty
pAii-e.) ia Iter eidaklioot.
"OU, writ, then, no karus d o." wa lb rrt
ponae "M yew tn have wo ha-l-and, an bus
binds will wane and yv'll aa ra jar leM-la,"
lb ai'r wei la iheham.ar f a-a frolic, and
bats edveiinred a triul on li.e ot, but
th all i.....rli.l Kiny sh.pr e-1 Hiern.
"tt hat Sa a l i V rhu far tirh a lliii gf It's
ao vi eigl.l e'eha-k, and lb amne's no ap the
l l boor etar 1 ea it triad Wa lea o'e t k,
an I tbe no Inlht b.ir it loiter at. II " ,
The g-rf roo-euied o wait a mot pmplil u.
h.oir and rainrnvt to their are aide en-tl. Kittv
teiiin.el lo the kit hen, where , ahiapcied
a l-ag la'e In Th-tu' ear. 'I he laner lieiened
mJ leal ka bead aagariiiaaly ba.k np bis hal
aod anl
Tea a'i -Lark at length, ilrack, and tha siaiera,
aa egr aaetvr far li.e fr..i,e, sailed Kitiy
Mae itred alter a lll'le delay, larit.gmg with
br three l-a kela d bewaiaeewd, on of who h i.e
gave earl, tail aatten'urer wna ranewil in-
ntraetoM. M.a Margarat vat daainj I hw
fr-ow llie oi d.a.e K feom th ba- k. and
K-diie fr .,t th aide. T!-rv wee aleojl l t i.
wloalb ma, wk i ha nU-ntly i.Uernrj ail,
Miugruoly.
That' near L. iy Im t, I too go
by lb a I, and . Spin frota 1 1. l...-k "
, "Thtw f y.ot, 1 Ixiotna, ad m heart In
earv eiamfh al Iriglil at m b'uol' r."
"WhT, Il w'al d ftcreo.- raa il poa.il.ly
ta -a ?" IO--H..1 -1 11 e f
K.t'v -! o. ;. i, it an war Lot ma
il f et.e n.iio.h'ad I ke.
".ui i:.c f, ' t s,ii, ai. I jet) a eei ll. - n -f.t
gnet.''ae the three g'rlUh figure Ki;ud aa-ay in
U.e ditrkneae.
Five ten aiinutea e'rirwe, and M.imeet mat.. 1
brcattileea into ttte aitiing ratm ; iu octant oi.-r.
ai.d IV and N.phy joined her. 1 bey ail bx he i
ex.-ited. and frightened.
Kach Iradied at tbs other
Margaret be a a.
inquiring 'y,
"I ha e tenllj teen eiime-.l ing very entmor i
nnry ve-y nirjim. 1 i k..'- a. i, ,i i
n.:. k t," , 1 . 1
100. a. t. eonto ll.u n.ive !-n a t"'!
how frightened 1 ani 1 1 ai.l n
i--l-.il . 1..
u n.l rtl-. Lt
! n-;-tt.-l
' i.-l I a.i.e
n ; t'.eur 1
it- I bad ontiere-t mj heui.vr.i m i 1
the rhvuic aa Kiny directed, wi.n. i, .
actually a fi-orein wni e. adtnn. n:
me with a tvyioe, jut nt had ln p-.
was to taken by autni-i, and ao fr.i-iei
1. I
ed-f..r.
ot nuiav, a uiu not Ol Here ral'.tj . ....i!-(.ne, t: a'.
1 bad no powet 10 run rioe. I a(,i .n,,,,.
Icea with terror, while the ti-nro .noproai-bed
nearer and nearer. It advanced, aten'hy tiep,
aa a man doew iu mowing, and I yet had it., p.,w
ertoatir. At Uat it waa behind nc-'-clo.t. I
felt its biach and its breath 011 my meek mni a
nice whiapered in mv ear.
" 'Beware how y.nf ci-l fr on you the hue m. 1
devotion of a faithlul henrt. YoungAl.hMth.ru
truly lore y 111 make him and y.tir-!f Imppv.' "
The iten were silent. Mtrg.tret ni.K-I,
"What makes it trungeria, that ! inv wi ll the
Voice that spoke-it waa Alilenn .rti'a an 1 I
know none but a aptrtt e.itil.1 imitittc ilne tone,
so as to deceive me. Gut tell as, 8uphy wl.'
happened to you ? Yuu arc aa pale a "a hliy."
"Sophie held nn her hand, on the third HnLcr
of which glittered an opal ring, which she had
never worn before. '
"l.itten!" auid the, "I did jut a yon did,
Margaret ; and looking oyer my ulioiil.fer aa di
rected, I too saw a vision. It 'was nut mowing
s that jmo dencribe; but it held a ecytl.e in iw
hand, and when 1 diet saw it, it wu already by
aiy aide. It was clad in some kind id a ahiin
mantle, and ifcatures wore quite visible, iu tlm
moonligh(,. tviaiera, it was I..etitmiti.t Morton!
He or it took my hand, and put this riujj on my
linger, saying solemnly, as he did to,
'' "Willi ibli ring I wed the,
. , ... In death or ia In,
. Tlila lokea deik hind thea . '
' r'ureer my wife,'
Mariraret shuddered. What ifher eii ter were
wedded to a demon! She had heard ufeuctt
fearful thing and did not her own cxperienca
forbid her to ba incredulous f Willi aaiokotiin
sensation of supenniliotis horrow and npprelien
ion, turned toward little lloae. Wh.it had
.befallen that poor child -
"1 too have neon a ghost,'" Roae began Mar
garet i hiapeil her luwida, and eluecd her eyet.
Her pale tare grew even whiter than beiore.
Bote continuoj, ,
"I had town my hemp-need, aa yno did, sisters,
am when I looked behind me, 1 saw-the roanci
e miug after me with great tlridea. I ttarled to
run, but in my fright 1 aluuiblud and full aud
the ghost instantly sprang forward, aud Vaisc I
me on anUA-anJ "
"And what, ltotet" aak'bl Sophie and Margrt
rot, etVjrorly.
"And it was Hubert Blootiily," said lime, nb
mptlv. "llowdiiyouknow? what mJtos you think sof
aau.t tne aieicra.
"Itcoaone he kiaaed me I" tried Hone, ha.titr.
Then, overwhelmed bv her own hlnnilerin,.
speeuh.ahe hid her hhuiiing luce in her hande.
-vlnraarot and Ooiihle were aclnut. lime was
a diacovery 1
; llosa tried, awkwardly enough to profit ly the
silence to amend liar error.
'(hosts dou't kins, you know." .he tiiniilly
remarked.
- '..nd Hubert Itloomley dcot!" crie.1 Sophie,
laughing. "Oh, Unae, K , yoa little traibit, who
would have expected Ibis from you 1"
Nie looked keenly at Margaret at the s)ke,
Margaret met her glance w ith a look at once
ounacioqt aud sunpiuious.
A light wn bcmnniiig lo break in mum them.
They began to tee that Koae waa not the only
traiior In the camp. They began aluu to uti-ipti t
Kitty and see thrnugh her ailvice.
At luat Sophie broke into a merry laugli, "The
fact ia," tbe said, "that I lint uini.hietv.ua Kitty
bas been playiug ui a trick, very saucy, but tery
clever. 1 u'nderataud It all now, and alia li.n
evidently understood as all, this long time. Iluw
ay you, Margaret J Are w justified in keeping
our vowa, when three glmtti sume tn in ilmir
graves to bid us break them-?"
Margare turned aaide ber stalely head, with ft
blush and smile and made no eiplieit en.e er.-
lint 1 fancy the as well a the other sister, worn
more aatielactory iu their repl.re the rieti d ir.
lo tbe "three ghoai," who appeared io j-robria
perama te plead Iheiraauil'.
1 need tear only tuy, that, as Sophie ImViu
grated, Kitty wa at the bottom ol there iui....
myatcTtei - Having, Willi bee utnat threw. Ii.eaa,
diecuvered the secret of each a later, aim had
de-ipat. l.e.l Tib. mat to summon the Invert in
tuna to pluv the ghostly part aaaigned them. '
Finally, 1 woirtd- merely remark, that Unit
"qunre head strong iiiif.1 bmlv," I'h.ima' predic
tion case perfectly true. AH three a.eter were
married wiitno the year.
Margaret entcied with her hu-l.aml into i -esion
nf a m.hle eainie iu the neig'ibirh .4.
Sophie aecoinpnuied Lieutenant Morton to .lutn.t
lauda. Hut K.ieo, with her hetieit-eu'd tarun.-r,
nettled down in the dear old b. mi iicad.
Kilty, noA more miioriant and more indulge I
than t'tcr, and fniihlul e!d Tin ma, til oiui . ,
remained with her.
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