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Piib!i>ii(‘l f'wry Tuesday,-
ASIJ PIlOfniK .'uis.
\Villliil .i 111 iK li- ‘i Tilt
1 jnI’u* I'*11 iIm? ytrut’j 3
nil ••:; lil'LC ■■'U b SC li I «(• rs.
' ' v tin-a'.ivii!'.'(iby:Tiiiii"n will
xtl, V ; ruti' i'ur one voiir.
,1, iiiul ..til T.1 v.lio ni:iy \vi»U to jciul
run do so h_v iiiiiil, ul luir rik.
Tr^^r. aJverti fMneiits must be ir.iid for iti
A'ivcrli i !i''t innrk-1 on tlio iniiniio i ipt
'will be in.'crtcd 'uitil ti/iliid, umt
s.\mi:kl 1'. s.MiTii,
An»i'ta*‘y and
ultrnJ promj'll;/ aii-l tfi'i'/'nlhj To coIUi'tinj' atiil
IV ^11 t'lMiiii' iiitrnsl^il to iiis cmv.
i-al itli-utioiJ vv'iiliii;^" of I)»-rd», (’oii-
■ .A''.
r 1-. .;ij-li'MiT' (!f b ir tin;
’ >! Ollirr No. I, inljoiaiug' the cl'-i'k's
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iVttox'rxoy ixt. HiO.TTU',
f,AL ! ' >L L /■; TIM. A i:\T.
■ -rr tin- Store, Irvviii's rornpr.
. ,'.urj. 1, 1 • vl. ' If
Wni. J. Kerr,
u ■ pt-H. • in thi“ Coniity uiul Supcrioi' I'c-uit.'* of
Mr.'LietilMirr^. Ciiion luid I’abarrus  uuntif>.
iti tliK Kr;ivvlfy buiidinji iijijid-ite Kcir Ilnti‘1.
J:inii:)rv 2 t, 1 f*jl y
0;/f.-c A* . - Ini'in's r>o n>) (,’n Alll.oTTK, >.
J.Antiury. 1 :01.
R, \V. BFA'IvWlTil
ll.T,*; lon tanily on h:ui'l
i»f llic bi-^t h :in.l Auicrir;ui inamirH.-liu  rs.
*' T 11 i! ^x:uiii111' hi® >t oc li t)('f'Ir‘ pti r h:i':iiifr cif^fw ii(-1 c.
W;il.-li ■- fjiit ill li'f 'Jj ■ iJMf li.
Janiiurj, y
North Carolina
Thi fi'tiipiiny il;i; (iM( -t and iii. -t reliable; in the
ill uif- while pi r (HIS fiir a tirni of ycnrs or
''.miner '(iiitiiiii:ui.c of life. oii iiioili-vate tfniH. .''lavi s
iii'iiit'i. t'T oi;« or live VLiir.s. for two-thiids of their Val;if. I'ur iii.'UraiiC - :i]i[>lv t(i
Til'iS. \V* DHWKV. Aiit.,
J:in s. ly at IJruncli i’ank S'.
Tlie linn u! i' TLl.INtjI.S. i (’(J. w.ns did-
5olvi-d liy l!iiiit:tlii;ii on llu- ist .hiiiiiary, IftOl.
'I’iii- bii.'iin- will Ilf contiiiucil nil'!', r the iianie and
st\lf o! FI ’ ’■ S A' and they hupe, by
iiit-iriiiy niiii .-ti'-. l att---nti..ii to bn ine.'S, to ni> rit the
'.line p:itroii;i_' heietofoit; li'/craily bestowed Ity their
ii,,u: I'lirii’'' and -u 'tcinfr.-^.
'I’hc- jire'cni liiiiincial cil is and the uncertainty oJ'
bnrine-s. I'-r tli‘ Intuit* ecjiiipcl ii- to .'hwrteii our time
of rn-ilit >V.,’ii twi.-lve (o .-ii.\ iii'itiilis to jiroaiiJt imyinj;
rti.'tunicr' —n'ine oilit-rs nei’d a k it.
.\11 ]i* i ous indebted tu the oM fitin of Fullinfrr,
>’lii iii^' .V ’o.. niu.'t come f.»rrtaid and nii'ke iir.niediate
;tii'inent. it i' ab»olntely m et-,- ai v that llie bnsi-
ni bi' i], !■:..V i-lo.-ed iiji. -'.V word t- the wisei^ ^ulli-
cii’nt." Jan I.'». 18t;l.
Hardware !! Hardware !!
A, ,\. N. M. TAYLOR |
liSIM-; "ri r I.I.V informs his friond.s und the ]>ub-
^ _ lie ^.•im ; that he lias addeiltu hi? extensive |
>toric of .St.’V' - ail i Tin Ware, a lar^f and comidete I
, ^lo'A. ul lial' ivN ar-. con.'i.'ti in |al t as foilou.s;
Carpenters’ Tools.
('itrulat-, i;.i!l. i-ri'^.M'ut. h.u'.d. rijijn r. jr.iiinel, prnii-
iii". :j afiiiL: ’'iinoii. liack. ti:u|'a , \\i bb, and butch- |
er .'^ \\\'S: K;.''' aiol bits. I'raw Kiiive.s. Cliissels,
.\i)L^er'. •!iiiil*'^ . llaitinn I's, Halchi Is, :iiid A.\i.'; Hiick.
[ilasl-: ini;, aii l ]> ■ ’itiir^ Trovci'l.-,; S.nv -ct'^i '. Screw- I
I ldatc,s. Sto'-k.' aii-i dios, I'lanc.s of all kinds, Spoke- |
I ^ha\e,'. St; ci-!Ma-ii- bevel and 11 y .Sinmre.-: .Spil it i^evels :
’ 1*0'kfl Level.-, .'^idrit levtd \'ia!>, lloriii'; inacliines,
■  boiL;: rs. luid in fiUtt everthin;,:'.i niechr.uic wjiits, in
I fjroat variety:! d :it veiy I;i\v j.i ices, at TAVi.ftH'S
i lli'rdware -id Tin-war;- ;»e; ut, njijMj.'ilt the Man- I
I si'^n lloii.-t'. Jotte. .V. (', I
j .May -j:', 1.';n. if |
■ Blacksmith’s Tools.
I .>ueii as r.'ilows. .Kiivil-:. \'iccs, hand and slide Ham
mer.', liiittM .M S. Farriers' KnivO'. Serew-jdatos. Stock?
and uies. Ulm ksniiiii's Pincers and Tonir.s, Iia.'| eri; uml
I'iles o! e\ii v kind, t'nt !ki1'si-.~1ioc ami cl'iich Nails,
Borax; Iron ol'iill sizes, both ot noitheiii and country
niiuuifacture: I'a. t. plow, blister .ind .'prini,' Steel; ic.,
tor sale very eln ap at
'I'.W Loirs, opp' i(e the ^!ansion Ilonse:
A comiiiittce of New York capitnlists ‘laving of
fered to j‘;iy §.’)00 for a national tlie follow
in'; KS tendered by the Richmond Wlii*; gratis.
Money being the shrine at which the Yankee iove.'j
to worhhip, it is presumed these lines will suit;
Mighty mamuiori I powerful lord I
By all Vankeedom adored,
*^1 liy great lav»>r we invokej
Hear the hyiiiu that we bespoke.
Save our broad phylacteries,
Save our mill.® and factories,
Save our ships, before they rot,
And their owners go to jiot.
Save our merchants and their hoard.«»,
Save our batiks and brokers’ boards,
Save our railroad bond.s and .stocks.
Save our vaults with patent locks.
Let Abe liincolu and his bands,
liurn the cities, wa.ste the lands,
J^'t him like a despot reign,
So we get the trade again.
Subjugate the Southern men,
Rriiig us back their trade again,
Cotton, rice, tobacco, all—
Crops and products, great and small.
]jCt our men die, if they must,
Earth to earth, and dust to dust,
Hireling soldiers are well spent,
If they bring us Cent per cent.
Mt-rcy, J ustice, rn-cdoin, Law,
These ;ire names, not \\i>rth a straw I
(live us (lold! so tliat be won,
J..ei thy bloody will be dony.
Mighty ^Linnnon, powerful lorl,
l>y all Vaiikoe hearts adored,
''J i.-i thy I'avor we invoke,
Hear the hyn.n that we bespoke.
T/iz-ef hundred thousand or /our hundred thons- ' Many persons suppose, erroneously too, thnl all
and ij'iod Armj Guhs in the Suuth not thought our presest difficulties are caused bj the slavery
John T. Butler,
Watch .aaiil  loc*k ^lalicT, J‘w-
UlTOslTK KkHH'.'' lloiKl., ('hit rlutlr, X.
with U W. Ht rkuith.'i
Fi»ir  I«m U- A: *i y,
pf ( v: rv d?'.'rip?I ;i, lN'ji>iired and \\ arr.niilt-d for 12
in • ;In.
o t 10. I >^o -. tf
i>k.\i.i:ks in
o JjL o J3,
SsJvfrA: \V;ii*e
.\.\!> K.\.\(’V (iOOhS,
No. 5, Granite Range,
' :i;if>»it!■ ! lir M n ion I [on - r. (' 1 L\ UI . > 1 I I ,, N . (
Aft'nii'.n /'\cn to I’lr-iairinj^ Walvh**; and .leueliy,
M*'". -r I - 1 • '•«. y
New Sui>ply of
Solid >ili(T and Plattd Wnrf. j
•r; ,. . I,,. I p;j,, h'l'i'd .1 very citen.sivi !
S'ii -. y .'t' ihc articles. ili pnretiarc Iteiii^:' j
ri!'\ diii itlr t ’111 hf m:i 111.1 e111 rT. lit- i.s thcrelnri *
f .a''■ d to .‘it'll .It a very .‘'iiuill ad\anc- («u, and ;
j’ -io:' ni.-\ .;'^tl|■ed that all lii> artielc^ are \var-
rsL". d !n he ri-pre rnts th- ni to be. j
Kftjb, W.Au lu * :\n 1 ' er\ ('t'nl!v rei aircd .ind wili j
r*f*ue mv p. > n*! nttcat:.:u. i
U T\ . BErKWlTlL j
Not. IT. tf I
i'laarloftr cV i\ Uailroad.
M*f. ■ t. r t a■ t dm r uf (>etobrr. TI! lit M  • 11 ;
EXIF; -1 ;i ;;f|’ ril\I\S nill n.n (>ai!y brtwcen
n-' ir'/ , ;,1 . : . I. ,j n il!),:.;* t! :ii"!i't''r"'nt, thn.' i
to n.iih I ii.i i'l ot r f- i,; j d.iys or b'«.'
f '.u N .♦ \ •.'i lv. nnd in one (l.iv fim i.'harlf.'loii. and
• Uf t -rj .
AU TI)R.)rt:n w W'. ‘>e - 'd froru ('Iiar-
I'-'u- t •-'li. r' --t ■; at .■ - :.o_ t,i New Voik, via
■- h*-> t-‘!i .''^ i>. ;iT 5.0. and vt-- {■ Tlie incr-
♦ iiMttt mi.j p'r.'.ic a: e ,:viipd t;-: tr\ I h is cheap iind ;
cxpfditi.^u.; r ■( *■ r f;. and pa--'! n-.TS.
A. 11 MAKflN.
»>. t 2, r^o. i|‘ Ft. and Tieket Aj.cut.
%TIO\ U i.\Ti:i>
A« « ondiK'iiir > n ' "le Il.iili'iad Train, vr a.- Acent at
» or ,1 .Mail .\-eiu.
T»-v: iniouials o'" nil ; J1 charactiT, .^inith^rn principles
•»d ' ’‘-C atum.- t;: b'lrilll**, t nil bo ^iven.
A'idrc.' L, A. HI:LM.,
Wincho.'tiT. i .iiou co. N i'. .
J.'in. .«». l.-ol. 3in-pd
mi, i:. II.
y' !d inf rm tin i«n!i!i-- ;rfiiors!ly. nnd the otti/.en.'i of
*b p .r'ii u-.'-’-'y. t nar ho h'l- re'tr”.''d the
Prui tn c (if 1)KN'1'1,-^TK\ and ina\ b-e tonnil at his old
!!. i.s prepared to ^e^ Artificial Teith i.n (lold.
'1 er, Viilranito, or on the t'hoo|dit*tic jitucs-. as
P-^>:* iits may di >irc. nnd fill Teetl: \\ itb Ci.dd, Tin.
Ani.-ilj;ain or uj .\rlifici»l.
lie is a^-i! prepare d t^' perform nny opcrati->n bl.^.^o.
ini! t) Deiit'stry. and need not =f\y that he will b. pU'.i.^i-
"1 tw wait npon anv of his old frietidi= or new fuci. !•
' ^.f.y '^^kethat f v ^ran'ffi.
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Ludlow’s Celebrated Self-Sealing
I Cans, oi all the (litlen iit sizes, at TA\'L(.)irS
: llard\s;:re .''!oic, o;.pu.'ite'ion lJon.«o.
Agricultural Implements of all kinds.
; .''ti'a'.s ('uUer. . ''I'Mi .Slieller.. IMi'Ws. IFh-.s. ^'hllvel^.
I .“^padi I’ !v'. .V' e>. I’ii-ks. .\LlltOck^. ('■l ubbin- iioes.
i 'I'l'aef \\’;!uon Chains, Lo^ Chains, I’luniii;^
I ;i!id 11' '• e .■''lear', l’nininx and bndilinp l\iii\e.-. ,
i ih 11 11 .n- an 1 liakc', v. iili h n. (I rain  'radle..; uf.iin.
I ;^r;i'S and l.Ticr .'^cyt lies, l;i!.-h lJod»s, \\ apoii bo.\e.:
j ll. Ibj’.v w lu c. snch as pots, ovens and lid', skillits, .-jd-
1 ti w-]ian.s an i kettle.'. C auldrons Iruin 20 to lliO
{ ;ja|bvi- eaidv. I'l'oii and liT.i.'.s I'rt'.s(-rvii;p Kettles, Sheep
i .'^ ,\;c.. at TA Vl.t'!: S ll.udware Drpf.t, op[iOsite
j : i.. .'.i .111 ion 1 loll
Ti?i and Japanned Ware,
.\ laiifo a^'.Mtnieiit, lilock Tin, IJln.-l. Zinc, Tin IMaie.
!: ii'.etal, \'C.
Stoves, the largest .''toek, of all sizes, at
T.\^ l.(>i; ll.ardware. .'^tovo and
We re.«])ectfiilly inform our friciidt .md customer?
that owii'.J to the .striiiirencr of monetary uffair?, we
will be Compelled to sell for
Cash, and for Cash only,
durin^r the year l.'^G’. IIs\infr a larfrc Fteek on hand,
we will reduce the price? to .uit thr time*. indebted to us will oblipre us l)v making
immediate settlement. ELL\.S CUlIFiN.
Jaiinary 8, 1801.
Our people over-estimate the value of the arms
manufactured e.xpressly for war, and they do not
appreciate the value of the immense number of
rifles in their possession. Now, if every m:in in the
South, and especially those whose highest duty it
is at this tiuie to look after the means of defence
which arc in the South, would cotisider the tacts
which I will now detail, and act upon the sug- j
ge.stions given, we will soon be the best armed
jx,*oj»le in the world. The Southern people are
proverbial for the passion which they have tilways
had for hunting-rifles and prize-guns. There are
but (e\v of gun.s which are tint over the
length of the Minnie rifle (::i9 inches.) 'I’heir
barrels have metal enough to bear boring out for
large ballsj there are smiths enough in every
county in the South to bore and rifle them out in
ten days, so as to carry an approved, uniform and
required llarjier’s Ferry ball.
In the .“ize of the bore and the shape of (he
ball is the great virtue of the Minnie rifle. 1 hi.s
improvement, ordered at once by the authority (d
the Confederate States, and a single bullot-mould
sent to the clerk of the Court of each county as a
pattern, and every rifle cut down to thirty-nine
inches, would at once arui the whole country. It
O'lr State Convention would make the move, the
whole South would adopt it. Improved rifles
would at once be in the hands of those accustomed
to their use. To sati>fy any porsuri who is at all
skefitical on this point, let him measure off lour
huiuired yards from a barn door, load his small-
bored rifle with a double charge ot powder and a
round ball, and, after trying three fires, then let
him try three flres with the Minnie ball, lie will
find that the three balls will not reach the
door, and that the three last are killing shots. 1
have tried thi.s with a rifle, sluxiting a ball the
I size of a buckshot, and therefore know what 1 sa\
1 to be true. The masses will not examine and pry
I into the philosophical principles which demand
i that this change should be made at once, 'riiere
j are a few scientific reasons which will convince all
j thinking man of its propriety, viz ; the hollowed
i ball receives the full volume and force of the
powder, none of it escaping by the .«ido, as it: the
case of the round ball. Its expansive power
causes more resistance to the powder, thereby
enabling the gun to burn more powder and give
more force to the ball, 'i he conical shajic of the
ball causes less atmospiieric resistance, and the
e.xcavation of the ball causes a rush and enncus-
question. This may be the ultimate cause. lJut
the difference between the North aud the Suuth
is the result of a lesire on the part f>f the Suuth
to be free and independent, while the North wants
us to be dependent on them. Indeed, with them
‘•Othello’s occupation’s gone;’ and ai» they can no
longer gull the South with wooden nutmegs, bad
books and patent nostruRis, the war must be ,
vigorously prosecuted.” '
The two sections were living under the .same
Governments, with different pursuit.- and diverse
institutions. The North, phrenzicd by the suc
cess of fanaticism at home, determined to try their
plans on a larger scale; and accorditiLdy elected
Lincoln chief magistrate. The South was unwill
ing to submit to the inauguration and success of
his policy; and hence desin'il to set up u Govern
ment of its own, in which h laws and regula
tions as might suit their ta.'te and nece.ssities were I
formed. 'J he North replied, “you must live with
us as we want you to do or be exterminated.”
Hence the difficulty. The South could not be i
forced and the N(utli would not acknowledge die 1
independence. And the question now is, “ will ,
we be free or must we be slaves ?” ■
Men need not be alarujed at the posture of
affairs All t/ie South should be united. W c
will all be .subjugated and made slavu.s, if we are
not united. It is madness to cling to the Tnion
now. It is giiiie. Lincoln’s supremacy or South
ern ind(pendencc must be the result.—
('aroliu lau.
[Correspondence of tlie New York Express*]
Paris, Tuesday, May 14, 1861.
On Sunday last, at 2 o’clock, p. m., the Era-
pei r Napoleon received Mr Charles J. Faulkner,
M- ibter of tlie L'uited States, to the Court of
l''r..nce, who had douianded an audicnce, for the
puipase of presenting his letters of recall. The
intt rview took place in the throne room, at the
palace of the Tui'eric.s. After some prclitiiinarj
rem arks, of u persouul character, the Emperor
unre.servcdly expressed to Mr Faulkner bis pro-
iouiid regret at the unhappy disscn.sions now ex-
i.-tiiig between the two great sections of the
American L'nion, and asked whether the/riVwi//y
ynnliiituiii oj Fnnicc icmild Le accrj>(il>fr, if tht
oj/'t-r u re luadt. Mr Faulkner replied that he
possessed no information of a character to war
rant him in giving a direct opinion ; but he had
no hesitation it) dcolaririg that, if the interposition
of foreign power wou'.d be admis.sable, that of
France, the nation which had aided the Thirteen
Coiunies in their early struggle for indep*cndence,
and had remained their constant friend since the
organization of the Fcdoral Governnjcnt, would
certainly be looked up..o, by both the North and
the South is most worthy of their uiutual confi*
deuce; particularly as Frimce bad never, directly
nor indirectly, manifested any desire to meddle in
the domestic affairs of the United States, and had
ahs .iy.s exhibited a sincere and di.‘*interested »ym-
pa iiy for the whole l’nion, irrespective of section.
The American people, he was certain, would not
rc!er to the arbitration of any European Power
till tjuestions which are the causes of th(» prenent
tn ables; l.ut the amicabic mediation of France
Money, Time and Timber Saved.
I have the rijrht to .sell \ A.VDLMAHK S I'UUlABLL j .jj,. absolutely tend to sustain the ball
'H.Nt'H. made w iihoiit po^ts, in the counties ot Ala- I • ■
1 mance. itandolph. liockintrliam, Davidion. liowaii, Ca-
I barrii» and .\1 eck 1 viibm^r. I'nK.\I'NKss, durability, and
: eiiivenieni'c at e it.s ( hief ad vantiireti. We recommend
the t'cnce t 1 saw-iniil owners, farmers and all v.ho have
: fence.- to i:;ake. We will .'cIl Farm or I'ounty i;:;,fot.«;.
■ A eirriiiar, .'le.tiny cost, jdaii ot'building, sent tree
' to anv addrc." on aiiidieatioii to
j.\(). J. wiiiTi:,
Mebanesvillc, .Vlamance co.. N. C.
March ‘2(ith. 3m
in its fliuht.
The late Stephen Arnold Dougla.ti w:ts bovn
Tin w::re
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El 9
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j Rraiidon, Rutland county, Vermont, on the 28d
i of April, 1SL{. lie learned the trade of a cabinet
j maker at Middlebiiry, in his native State, and
j continued for a year in that business, but was
j obliged to abandon it on account tif his health
j From Vermont he removed to ('anandiagua. New
I York, where he pursued the stud}* of the law
I until his removal to Cleveland, Ohio, in l^.'^l
I From C! »eland he removed still farther West,
All commnnications for the Coveinor in reference to | g„yii settled in Jacksonville, Illinois. lie
litarv matter.*-—snch as iipulicatioiis tor coinini.'^ions. 1 i-i i j. a. r l iii.
‘ obtaiiifd employment at hrst a.s clerk to an anc-
■ tioiieer, and afterwards taught a seiioo!, still de-
bis leisure to the studv of law. lie was
riM 1' u ■ IP 1 T,- I 1 mi_ht have the effect of inducing a suspension of
Jhc ( pa«g.»pl. from tho Kicl.u.ond |
Ki.f|UMvr ,.ut» turll, a ,,ru, „s,l,o,. wh.d,, lur as | dlftlrouoes will,out the effu.iun of
u, meets m,r , aifohui.ou: |
J he i^ugge^tlon to change the name^ of Scott j miMbt now be too late, and that civil strife had
county in \ irginia, meets the favor of all true gone too far to be stopped by an appeal to the dic-
iiginians, and will, we suppose, be carried into ! tt-.tes of reason; but, if he cjuld be the means of
effect b) the ne.\t JiOgislatare at an early day of | nverting the horrors of a war belweeu Aiucrioan
It.' se.s.sion. 1 he traitor son of \ irginia, who now' . brothers, lie would esteem it a high privilege to
commands the army fur her subjugation, can no I olT. r the friendly counsels of France,
longer je peimitted to wear any of her honors, j Von r.]y upon the«e important details at
le \ery thought is revolting to every true pevfectly correct. Mr Hayton has arrived in
.Slate olWortli Caroliifia.
nK.\n-Qi AUT!;us, Adji tant (’s Ofkice i
A'o. 4] Kaleigh, April l«t;i. j
feti'ler (it' service.s of
ai ms. aiiiiiinniliiiii, A;c
inj; to the military oi
companiec:. Ac
reijuisiiions for
, and ftii informal ion ajipertain- !
ranizatioii' eiillc'j into service— votliu
will be directed to i he Ailjutant (ieneral in this city.
l!y oilier of Gov. Kllis, J. I-'. IK)KE, .AdJ't (Jen’l
Anji rA.sT CK.sK'i.M.'s Oi kice. I
dftirral Or(hr X‘. .'>.] llalei^h, A[>ril 'J5. j
llerrat'ter all 1‘rovisions jias'iii" tl)ioiit:h this city,
intended for any I'epot out of the imtind.s of the .'>tate,
will be snipped here for the .supply of the iroofi.s con
centrated at thi.' ]ioint. The market )irice will be al
lowed for the I’lovi.ioiis so t-loppcil. Forwariling and
receiving A,L"eiits at the Depot will pay strict
i attention to tlie e.xfcntion ot thi? order,
i l>v order of the ('.ovcrnor, J. P. 1I>KF, Adjt flcn.
admitted to the
€&3 iirL"0.g;SS'
P [. A X T A T I 0 X GOODS.
An.irr.A.NT (Ienkii.ii/s Ikfke. ) |
(/riirr Xi'.'.'•.'I Ibileigh, April ‘.’0, ISGI. j j
The Volunteer Force,= of the .State not already onlered ■
into ae'ive .set vice, are C(iiiimancled to hold them.seUes ■
in readine.*.s to march at an hours notice. The fdhcers j
are re(jnired to .'end to the Adjutant (lenernF? oflicr a j
roll of the meniber.s of the conijianie.'-. 1 >im directed ,
bv the (brvcrnor to call for the enrollment t>f tliirty .
tiioiisiand volunteers. Organize—send in the rolls, i
('(, ami arm? will be furnished. I’.# in readi- |
ness to march at a day's notice: drill by d.i\ and bv
niu'ht : b-t the citizens eijiiip thidr men
Thf ahor» will be foun.; to loinparc in .•tyl*» and
prirfs vriih any in llio town.
ri'^iis:31 A: iSI
brothers arc now in the field. The .Stiite Ims reason to
to- prond of the jiromptness with which they r.illied
to the call ot your Govenu>r.
The decree i'or onr .'iil»ju;:atioii ha* ;;on'* forth; the
time of our trial has come; the blow will ?oon f.ill; we meet it with the whole enerpie.'! of the .state: we
inu.-t show to the world that North Carolina will main
tain her right? ."M all h.^zards.
r.y order of the Couimander-in-f’hi(f.
J. F. IK'KL, Adj't General.
lar in lsH4, and rose rapidly in
j his profession, being elected Attorney (Jeneral of i
i the State before he was twenty-two years of ago.
; In 1S8;") he was elected a member of’the House of
liej>rescntative.«, and at the exjtiration of his term
' was apfiointed by Presiilent A’aii Huron, in iNoT.
i Register of the land office at SpriiiizHold. Illinois
; In IblO he w:i.s elected Sccri'tary of htate of
; Illinois, and the ftdlowing yfar .Itidgo of the
I Supreme Court. Not withstanding hi.- ap-
' pearanco, be seems never to have [lossessed a
1 stronir physical organization, and resigiud bis
I jud!.:cship, after occupying it for two years, in
! con'cqueiice of ill health. From this period bis
I first pioniinence in national politics may be -said to
i date. He was again elected to the I nitol States
House of liepresentatives in tind continued
a mcmbrr of the lower House for four years,
wJicre he was »ne ai' the most active members,
able sjijikcr and ardent llemocrats of that body.
He was an advocate of “ fifty-four forty or fi^l.t"
f(-aie of your on the Oregon (jU( stion, and was a firm suj jurter
of the *Me.xiean w:ir. One of his Itest speeches
was on the (juostion of refundincr to (Jon. .lackson
the fine which he was obliged to ] ;iy in New
Orleans. In ])ecember. Is47, he was elected to
the rnited States Senate—his course there is
fre.-h in the public mind.
a, n. iiAUi>i:vc;
Nov I,-.. :5.'o
ff.Tl': I!, nwi
■ ■ ."Ju > 5 ut lii i»> ;i ii«i »t III j't'i uit' » •• •
m’ss'E sixis k -A r"- "''‘■'i
_ . ^ I . tlian h.ilt an oniice, lor any ili.stance not
1 • * •’ hundred miles, and live cents addin'Oi.-il
hearted \ irgin:an. lict the name of Winfield
Sc( tt be ."tiuck from the \ irginia roll of honor,
let not his name be uttered by the faithful and
true of his Uiothcr State, except with scorn and
l>ut the proposition does not go fnr e’iou_'h.
We suggest that the ('onvention, when it again
assemblc.s, proclaim Winfield Scott a dishonored
and degrad(?d man in the estimation of the je ijde
of Virginia—that they revoke cv-,;ry honor that
the LegisI.ituie has conferred upon him in jiast
years, and declare him a fit tool for the heartl;ss
and infa’.uous desyiot in whose servicei he ha.s en
listed. Let the world know, at all events, that his
native State, which has contributed more to his
fame than he has ever done to her’s, loathes and
repudiates him now that he has covered him-
selt with ignominy—that slie scornfully .smiles at
the drawn dagger which he is brandishing in his
paricidal hand at her bosom, :ind ‘defies its point.’
Let him strike. The fellon-blow will full harm
less except to hh)ix>lf. He will find the assassina
tion of the liberties of this proud old common
wealth which he i.s now .secretly [dotin,', not juit«
so easy of accomplishmetit as he imagines it will
be.-—Peferfhiirtj fjsprrsx.
— ♦ ♦ —
The New Orleans (’rescent shows how fatal this
war must be to New York; that paper s^iv.i :
if the South wa? the [loor cuintry she ha.s bern
rejrH'sented to be. the rich North would not tiow
be waging war upon her. She would be told U>
go in peace, and take care of herself hercHftpr.
^ i'he contrary beinir the c:ise, however—the North
j only being rich and prosperous on account of ntc
I jiatronago of the Siiuth—the withdrawal of which
j threatens her with ruin—a war of subjugation i.s
set on foot, to carr\ out which successfully scores
j of thou.sands of lives and huii'lreds of millions of
money arc to be sacrificed I V\ ere ever stjch sacri-
, fiees before made b}’ a (so called') rich country to
I compel the trade of a poor country? History
furnishes no parallel.
; 'i’he (’reseent takes the following rjnotatiou from
t»recley’b Tribune :
•‘One million men are r y to fight, and, if
nee«l be, to die for the coiuiuy; but the cost of
arming half immber and keeping them effect
ive ii; the Held, while taking care of their familic.s
at home, is f'rii:hffnl. To arm, e|uip, ami [irovide
a wel' aj'pointed force of one hundred thousand,
incluuing eair.p e|nipage. artillery, horses, inuni-
tioii.s, etc., ana two Niontbs’ provi.>inn.s, will cost
twenty-five millions of dollais; and thi.'^ for five
hundred tl ousand men is one hundred and twcnty-
■ five milliotis. Ft^r iix motith’.'^ 5ervice, including
transportation, thin .sum must be doubleil. .'''ueh
amounti test not merely the patriotism, but the
DAVIS iV- II A I! 1) i: H.
PKOIIKi; (O.iiMtSMO.V .Mf:i!('IHNrS,
rJ'FKU Tl* —1! '11. I> w Cl ':rts. t.t-n. 11 W Ilaywoo.l,
The iaw w hicli went into operation cm the lir;,t of
June, rcqniro? prepayment in money nntil the necesda-
.-nry itiimps and stamped envelopes ean be pr'icnied,
ijirliinp iift noire
not e.\ceeiiiiiif five > i- i i .
n.Vi tor eveiy half , thc h.yal Mate.S.
leave to intbrm the e.ii/e;..« o! Lincoln .nnd tur- ounce or fraction d'an ounce; over tivf Inindi vd mile?
rwandiii;.; counties:, that he ha> permanently located in ' tlonble rates. Advertised letters will be charge,!
the town of Lincolr.ton, where iie will carry on the i two cents in nddition to the regular i'ota^e. Ail !i'>p
Watch and JcVv-elry Business | letter? and letters pl.-ued in the C,nice for delivery only
... , w ill he charir-,i tw o cents; new spapers, oir* ;;lar.. and
In all its various bninohes. Jstrid at tent.on w ill placed in the ollice lor dcli\».-rv
aid to the rei.ainnR of W atchei an.l^ Jeweiiy._ All ; t^.harsed one cent. The p. -ta^.- on week-
Faris, and will probably have uti audience oi the
Firperor next Sund.iy. If our new Minititer,
whose position becomes most rcsponKible, should
es[ ress views similar to those of his predecessor
— the Kmiieror will doubtles.s ask his opinions
on he ."anie point.s —an immediate offer of Frcovli
lULdiation uia) be uuticipated.
I'ecently a negro woman re.^iding in the vicini
ty .1 the bakery at which the bread for the voluii-
teei s at dcflerson C’ity i.'j baked, informed some of
our citizens that a certain white man living here
had made prof.osuls to her to poison the trtjops by
jdacing arsenic in the flour of which the bread is
bakfd, stating to her us an induccnjcnt that Frattk
iila.r would then come here and set all the negroea
free A plan was at once set to catch the gentlc-
man. with such evidence as would convict him.
Tl. ■voman was told to i:;ake an appointment to
me-.:l him again that night, which tihc did, and
wlj' ti the hour arrived, a number of our most rc-
spcc bic citiz -ns were au placed around the house
as ; : kiverhear what was said within. The man
coi - sed freely with the woman, stating his
wh object, lie said ho had been disappitnted
th;, ay in getting tfie poison from St. Louis, but
that a mau would certainly be up the next daj
Wito It.
ficti .‘•he demurred to the plot as too ditnpfer-
ou?>, lie argued with her to show how easily it
coul ; be done without detection, her vicinity and
acco.'S to the bakery giving her atnple opportunity
of puttnig p i on into the flour without it being
known. Having heard sufficient evidence to in
sure his conviction the house was entered and the
scnmdrel s>eeured. He proved to be a man named
Aino.s (Jope, who has Iwjen in this city for some
iiion.hs. He camo here with his fatnily last win
ter, from Kansas, in destitute circuinstances, and
has been emfdoyed since then as a laborer, his wife
taking in washing to aid in their support. He
wa.s a member of the Home Guard, recently form
ed. and is said to have been useful and efficient.
He has been suppased to he a quiet, inoffensive
I man, and is generally regarded in this matter as
the hire'l tool of more designing miscrcanfs.
j Ol coursc when the discovery of the diabolical
plot was made known, tfic troops here were great-
i ly exasperated, and were with difficulty restrained
j from a summary execution of the oiiserable
j wretch. IJut fortunately better coun.sels prevail-
I ed, and the law will be allowed to take its coarse.
; The man now in jail and strongly guarded.
!'I’here can be no doubt of bin conviction, a*i the
j evidence a-^ainst him is positive and OTerwhelm-
f iug.—Jjf'trn'tn f'irj^ ( Mo j Kxnminer.
i Hoi'fin ON P.\R.‘o.v l^Row.vLow.—Mr .Tamct
, i T. Liles writes a very scorching letter to Parson
I pon whu b the re.'ccnf reuiarks : , through the IJrandtju Republican, in
The above is much nearer the truth than v\ jii h be says:
(Jrceley geiicrally gets. It was probably acci-|
SRtijfaction. if well
U il-i/h. .N.
Feb h*. isni
f m-iid.
ISilSD^. II!I:D'^.
All k'-; ;* HrK'H’HA.V
aI->o. a ■ : '.I'iful asM>'tmctil ct NI,\\
•" i'Vl.L i'AiIK.s. Thos. wishin^^ .1
fill. S..
Nov 20, l.'i'I.
cr. will find it rit
,T. l>. I’ALMLirS Variety Store,
t- i;, .tr nt .’Vc tl’.c Ibink .'f (.'h.irlutte.
* }ia\in.u C'"-;nected w ith my l-.--
. . . trvMisbment an
Kalinsc and Rpfrrvlnnent
I I .itn prej.aitd to .'-Tve my friends
f in the b .'t irivie. Lpn urean.
wiii I'lcase give me a call. ;u;d it
• *h;ill be my constant ‘ilr.'iy to
Vplease the hi.
O:.* I'loor ab,v€ ti.f ‘f ■ Ite.
J I' n ' .'^rr ;. : - ^ .
[laid to tne rep
tine W atches warranted to gi\e
u.'rcd. or nocharpe? made.
Lit of for Work.
Mainsprinjr and clcaninp watch, J J.jO; jewels, rap
and foot. each. 7.-.C.: cap foo:-hold jewel, each. 51..''U:
hair-.'priiifrs, *1.-’5; chains. .^>0; nu-nding chains, 30c.;
t.'olh and wheel pivots, Ji: cylinder.'. $4: .'^ta^v^es,
S2.7.1; \ H ues. $2.5'^: screws, 25c.: case >pti!ij>.s 7f>c.;
clicks and ra'.diets. glas.*e.*. -'>00. Ail oth r work
w ill avera ,0 the same priet.>. I’er.-ons leaving' work
can know the price* betorc it is done.
I’cr-sons in the country 'laav in{: clocks or other work
for Ke[iair, w ill address me by letter ifthov cannot
come themselVes. I will attend to tvork proniptiv.
All kintls ot tiun-sinith work done at sfiort uoticc
and on re.'\so:.abh- terms.
Ciive me a cali. aud I w ill guarantee sati.sfaction.
I„inroinloa. I'cb. 2o. II
ly new.'papcrs within the Confed* rate Statt« will be
ten cents per quarter: for n paper pnbli'he«l .«ix t ines
per wevk. t-is tiioe.s that am.*iint. and for f»i!i*T ji';l>!i-
catioii,' in propoi tion. Monthly innirazines wci.^
not more than one and a half ounce> w ill be chn:pel
one nnd one-half cents per quarter, and jm i .ik-
pnljli?hcd quarterly or bi-monthly w iii be^-i 1 t-.v-;
cents per ounce. Transient newsftaperc. pamidikt?,
[leriodicals engravincr'- icc, not exceedinc'^ three oniices
in and puldiibed within tlif'’onlet!er«te .'^t.ite'.
two cents. F'or all matter coniinp: from beyond the
Confedeiate States double posta-.'e will be cliarp;ed.
Publisher.' fif new spajiers are entitled to F»-nd and re
ceive their respective offices of pnt.’o-atiou one
ropy of each publication fr?c of po?tage.
dental, for it i> not within the bound.' of rea.sona-
ble prolcibility that Greeley Would make su near
an approach to the truth jitirpo>.ely. Hi. calcula
tion may be below the mark; but we will tiike it
as it is, and proceed to estimate the probable ex-
pcn.‘e> (,f Lineoln's t^overumcut frjm lhi» j romi-
nent Abolition stand point.
‘A'ou profc.s.‘» to be a Christian, and *uy you
w Mi. 1 not hesitate to choose between holl and m-
ce- r.on. You need not trouble yourself mako
the choice, for both will be forced upon you. Tea-
n.>-cc will sceede while you live, and the devil
vvill get you when you die.
With this notice terininjites the term according to
.Ti.rf*emcnt ef tl.e genc.'al su]->«rinteudanco of .Mr Robi.
Shaw, over n>v b!is:ne>.- in the S.iddlery and IL-irT.ess
line. AU indebitd are requested to make settlements
X'iik rn( nlcn^., as no n'b-fr ’I'liil f'lirther advised, will be
in law. H. rRTTCHAK!'
f r A 2 ^^ ^ 1 ^ *
L’ noTT in operation, producing a q i«ii:r .f .OFT
IR*.»N .'uperior to any heretofore niiiue. Coukiny-wnrc.
Machinery, Ac., are also manufacture ; at ti;;' I'urnaTo
Persons wishi;!? anything in luy lltie are ..Iii.ii , r j
give a trial. Pric**i moderate. A'bir* .
•J. SV t KRH.
Spr- y H ■;
L'r eV. '"'ointT. Jr.E* 4. ’ r .
Among the •• Ajipointments by the Tresi'
dent,” ^ Lincoln,J we find the fi.illow ing:
-.John II. Peters of South Carolina, to be Con
sul of the I'uited State at Tuni.s.”
'fhis is a sj>ecimon of Lincoln’s appointment*.
This man I’eter.- i« not of South Carolina, but wxs
once of (jeorgia having resided some time in the
Georgia State, I^enittntiary. He is known here
as a most infamous sf*oundrcK Anion
thin;:s about him we are informed that
' Sr.\i OF Two Tiioi;.sand PiiimaNS is
Afui'\—0«ie of the native mistsionaries, who
, witne.'^scd the “grand custoui” of the King of Da
homey, say» that niore than 2000 male human be-
' ing' Were slaughtered, and about as ruany femalet
‘ and youtig chihiren, besides enormous numbers of
deer turkey buzzarde, and other fowl. In a oom>
merelal point of view, it has been productive of
evil The West African Herald says: “We learn
that besides the terrible sacrifice of life caused by
' other 1 ^he l^ahonicy ‘‘grand cu-itome, it has also had
he was the ^tfect of, in a great meaaure, putting a utop to
here after hi? escape from Georgia ‘'College of In- trad; in that part of the couutry. AU the pno
dustry” cf.ncealed in the hon.«^e of a free mulatto cipal j«ople have been compelled to repair to the
woman fjr all the day.** for six months, but used
to]-rowl about at nights. NV’ho don’t recollect
••.ludge l*ctr!5?’. It strikes as that we had ooca-
sion to show up tlie “•Judge” once before. Wc
hope f ■ hiiu y'r.— \Vilp)'>'jfonJv--
cajii: 1 (Abomey,) and remain there to witnea*
thus ;tistom. In Wydah, we uodcrsteud there
were when our informjnt left the town few pco-
pk» f It women and slaves. The palm nuts were
rottiiigon the trees; commerc*? r»nd agrioniture
were langtr.-hing grievonsly.”

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