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51 AHKtu PACT O It T
Uf CEO. LAUD Ell.
xsaarly oppoj.tc to K. Wr. Willkingu' Auction Store,
, ravetteville. (J.
N XV A Y IJ H
& i: o .
in Foreign and
Domestic DRY GOODS
Park I'lacc and l: Karrbiv wtr. r.f
-November 7, 1-53
Cr-E.-iIEXT . 1VKIGHT,
Atiorney at l.mv, Fayeiieviilt, A'. C.
Oftice at the corut-r of Dow and Green streets.
Feb'y ;?, 1S53.
A rroitMiy at L.i
w. V ii.;.i:xorox.
OSee oa the corner of Front and Princess streets under
the Journal 0;iice.
li V R 1 11' VV V U Ii I H ,
V Jl H E Y A 'V Ia A W,
FAYliTTKVJI.l.E, N. C.
Office oa Anderson Street.
October 22, 18f3 em
W i J li'V IT &, E J. L. I O T T ,
(Successors to J. D.. Williams,)
FOKWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
J. A. WOKTil. w. r. ICI.lOTr,
iR. 1' . C- II A I. Ij
Has removed to the well-known stand of the Drs.
hi9oe. Horner of Green aau i!or etrecta.
April 1 &":. tf
THOSIO who are inde'tted to ine ly Note or Account
will plua-e s.'ttle the same. And all debts due me pri
or to the lt Jau'y 18"3. irust be settled, as longer iu
dulgence cannot be given.
A. A. ilcKSTHAN.
Oct 1. l.-3. tf
. 4 .
VltK. 4AI.K OK KENT,
The tine SUMMLU RESIDENCE two miles west of
towa Possession given immediately. Apply to John
li. Cook or C. E
l.eete. S. A. LtiiTtK.
March l. 1853.
V. If. ('AKVERi
Denier In Dry G.io(ls,tiroc(rlrs ad Provlnlons,
Third door from X. E. corner Market Square, next to
D. Gee's Hat Store Green street,
Fa VET I KVU.I.E, N. C.
j-AlI kinds of produce taken iu exchange for
Feb. IS, lSc"3. y
September 18. 1S.")2.
. . WAXTKD.
, :50.0!t( barrels Turpentine, delivered at mv Distillery
in this place, for which the hisrhe.Pt rioes will be paid.
also employ two or three pood turpentine
barrel Coopers. p. y.
Luuiberton, Feb'y 10, 18.13 tf
HOG EI? S.
HA!-!, &. BOtLIXGEU,
FA V ETTE VI LLE FOUXDIl V.
Castings of every description made to order.
A lot of Eabbet Metal for sale.
Oct 1, 18:3. - tf
V11K1GUT1.U 1X THE CAPE I'EAU.
Tht suiiscribers liaviuc purchased the Steamers EV
EKGUEEX and SOUTHEIiXKil and Tow Boats, lately
the property of the Henrietta Steamboat Company, are
now prepared to forward with despatch, between" Vil
miugtoii aud FaycttcviUe, all freights or eroodrf cutruoU
ed to them
F. N. & J. H.
Fayetteville, Feb'y 19, lsry.i. tf
A. SI. Casaplj-.'U,
AVCTIOSEKK & COMMIiSIOS IT
F.V YKTTi; VILI.K, X. C.
October 1, 1853.
1 0,0tiO i Taii7v xx tui tT Vf,
For which the highest cash price will be paid
Ost 8, layi A. M. CAMPBELL.
I aai now receiving a much larger stock of
Fancy Dry Goods
tnan i nave yci oneveu in r ayetteviiie, consisting of
ury .).oois,i every uescripiion. liats, iSoots, Shoes, and
Keady-made Clothing, which will be sold as low as auy
goods in the State.
I will be glad to have the ladies call and examine mv
tock. W. i MOORE. "
Sept. 17, 1853. tf
I have received myt Fall Stock of DRY GOODS
My stock is large and well worth the attention of pur
chasers. Any I'md of produce taken in exchange.
I have a plentiful supply of Gunny and Dundee Cot
ton Bagging, Bale Rope and Bagging Twine. Send in
your orders aud they shall be supplied.
JAMES G. COOK.
Oct 3, 1S53. tf
1 : ,
I have so many calls about Turpentine lands that I
have concluded to offer my services to by and sell.
Those having lands for sale will furnish me with plots
ad quantity, together with a fair description, and
Nov. 18, 1833. 68-tL ' JAMES G. COOK.
FALL A3fl JtVIJITER
. - ,'For 185 3
The Subscriber baa iimt
and opened, aft bis
ew &kre on the, Kaatside of Green street, a fe"
jiuri uoune.' anu nearly oppow
Stand, k large 'Stock af ': . y
-' -r.A. Starve andTFancy Dry-.Gbod
Embracg'rejaenil a(ortmeiit of Ladietsf andifntlc
men's Dfc Goods, cotHstine in tiara offtlmwU' rinn.tr
and Mirritillas, wme -varjr fine;" and ala good assort
"" wfn iu noiwa, ior lies, lieatlemea, (iirl
Boy ajtj Children. - And 'the best
aaJ,?tI!?t stJlli0f Coun!b! -he haaj ever offered to the
public. jL;- " - -.' - v f
'aper, TeaPcpper, Spiwsj.id TobaccoAf'V -.
TRQY Jk MASH.
Nov 12, 18.1
ISO HKU AItl).
Runaway frm the subscriber, his Negro men, JOHN
and TOBEV. John is alxmt 26 years old, 6 feet 1 inch
ii.gu, weigns aiwat la or . VJO l!s. Tobey aged about
22 yearss 5 feet 3 inches high, stout, and weighs 175
jos. They were bought from Mr James Surles, ufCum
oerland county, and will probably be lurking in that
neighborhood. Tobey has a wife at Mr Richard Bird's
m Johnston County. Twentv-Five Dollars for either,
or Fity Dollars for both, will be paid for their appre
hension and delivery to the subscriber, or for their con
finement in any Jail in the State, so that he can "et
thutn. An additional sum of One Hundred Dollars will
be paid for the conviction ofanv person of harboring
tue above Xegroes. "
Oct. 6. 6:5-tf
Fair Buff, Columbus Co. N. C.
Arclilttct ana IIuIHler, FayolleviSlc, If. C.,
Iie;ect fully informs the public that he is prepared
to execute J'LANS of every description such as State
and vourt Houses, Prisons, Ac. 'Also. Churches. Cot
tages, and other public and private edifiees, costing
moui www 4.iu.umj; urtages, itoors, &c.Ac. all with
Specifications and Contracts made for the same. He
will also superintend all kinds of work.
Orders will receive prompt attention, and Plans
drawn and scut to any part of the country at short
Oct. 15, 1853.
ISOO ACRES OS-' jAD FOR SALK.
The subscriber oiTcrs for salt twelve hundred acres
of Land, located in the lower end of Richmond county
It is about equi distant from Vb.rnl r.i,.,ro t ,.;,
burg High School, and Laurel Hill. The Land is well
-.luapieu 10 ine growtu or corn, cotton, wheat, Ac. It
alfso offers great inducements to those engaged in th
turpentine and himbf-r business. I have constituted
Alexander McLean, Esq. my agent, during my absence,
to whom all communications in regard to the matter
may be addressed at Gilopolis P.O., Robeson county.
LiUtuerBlae, who resides near to the premises, will take
.j.eB.sure in exmoiung iiicin to any one who may
ior laat purpose. j
Oct. 22, C4-tf
XO JWILI, OWXKU5.
The subscriber takes this method of informing his
friends and the public that he still continues in tho Mill
Wright business and all its branches, viz: foundering
framing, and erecting Water or Steam Mills upon varI
ous principle, cither with simple or complicated ma
chinery. He returns his thanks to the public for the
m.uuiiiim; ue nas receivea beretofore, and
by strict attentirm tn hniin .. i
?fttiSTa5tT6"!i, to merit a coininuancc of 111
hatters nimself that his work will compete with that of
any other machinist for speed aud durability. All per
sons who want work done In the above line would do
well to give him a call, as he has several competent
workmen in his employ, aud is prepared to execute all
jofw at the shortest notice a, id on very reasonable terms.
Orders promptly attended to. For further information
address the subscriber at Johusonville. Cumberland
county, X. C. , D. B. JOHNSON.
November 1G, 1853 v-ipd.
GIL.L.'S ME VUVS IXTR Y KCItNlStl.
The Subscriber, a practical Uoot-makcr of Koine ex
perience, has for some time lx-en sensitile that there is a
Icsideratum to be yet supplied to the public in the wav
of a suitable buruiish for boots and shoes. Most of the
articles now used cither injure the leather or fail to
impart that lustre so necessary to give to man's " un
dtnttanding ' a proper finish. lie has therefore, dur
ing the last twelve mouths, been devoting himself to
the task of preparing an article free from these objec
tions, and has at length alter much investigation and
experiment completely succeeded. The result is " OUVs
n plus ultra Euniisli." He only withes that it
may oe tested iu order to establish lis superiority
ue ie.-teu iu orner 10 esiaoitsii us superiority
all others. Call on him at his shop opposite Mr
ler's Marble Factory, Hay btreet, and be euuplied
an excellent article at a cheap rate.
Nov 9. 1853
I have always on hand a full assortment ofGRO
CEIilES, ritOVISIOXS, and other Goods suitable for
the Fall and Winter Trade, and which I offer for Ca.-h.
or in exchange for Produce of almost any kind. '
I have now in Store Flour, Me al, Corn, Rice. Bacon,
Lard. Butter, Cheese, Crackers, Salt, white Clarified
and Brown Sugars. Rio aud Java Colfee, Tea. Molasses,
Vinegar, Fish, Cigars, Tobacco, Snutf, Candles. Soap!
Starch, Spices, Candies. I'epper, Buckets, Broomsj
wrought and cut Xails. Powder, Shot. Percussion Cans'
and a good assortment of Dye Stuffs; with many other
things in the Grocery line.
Also a good assortment of Dry Goods. Boots and
Shoes, Xegro Blankets and Kerseys, aud a good assort
ment of Ready-made Clothing. Call and buy cheap
r - .W. II. carver".
October 29. LSo3. - j j 7f,5-6m
Having purchased the stock of Material on hand at
the Shop formerly owned by Mr. E. Fuller, and having
engaged the services of Mr. J. C. Lally, whose work
gives such general and entire satisfaction, I am now
prepared to execute all orders for Timber Wagons, Road
Wagons, Carts, Drays, Wheelbarrows. Ac.
I have on hand and will constantly keep a good sup
ply of Irou Axles, ChainsBolts, and in short, every
tiling that the Wagon-maker can need.
Timber W agons, with the unproved Iron Axles, made
to order at the shortest notice.
I have ten good and competent Workmen at the
business, and will give it my whole aud undivided at
tention. My prices shall be as moderate as the times will ad
mit, and I will challenge any Wagon-maker in the Uni
ted States to equal my work, either in point of style or
durability. THOS. C. FULLER.
Oct. 2a, 1853. 65-tf
Tlie Mill (hat took tlic Preminrat
, Tu! .undersigned has the pleasure of announcing to
tne citizens of Robeson and the adjoining counties,
that he has purchased the entire interest of Messrs.
Gregory & Rogers in the Steam Saw aud Grist Mill at
tms P-vee; and is now prepared to fill all orders for
?rKT- i XTy be S''ut iH- Having a superior qual
noti rt,Sa,V he confident his Lumber can-
not be surpassed.
el ms flooring and Weather-boarding
Inch Boards. Ceiling and Scantling,
tJ?illTry r.uire1 n delivery of
.i...., . uuuersi;neu intends keeping
strictly adhered to in all cases.
Lumbcrton, Dec. 10, 1853.
. , l" kv. . ill- :iiMi-n
MIIJ4ISERY ASD 5IAXTCA-3IAKIXG;
?.IRS WALTOX is now receiving her Fall and Win
ter Millinery, consisting of Bonnets, from one dollar to
fifteen Dress Caps; Haudfcerchiefs; French Artificial
Flowers and Feathers; Swiss Edgings aud Insertings
Capes, Collars and Undersleeves; Ladies' and Children's
Wrist Gloves, and long and short Mits; a new and
beautifBl stock of Dress Trimmings of the latest style;
Velvet and Silk Mantillas; Railway Corsets; Whalebone
Dresses, Mantillas, and Cloaks i made la the latest
Philadelphia and New York styles
All orders from the country promptly attended to.
Oc tober 8 , 62-3m
" ' i n
TUJl. AXn WITTER STOCK n M&S.
alarire assortmpHt Tiftoi.., ei;irl .
chiefs.. . . T .Jr "Js
rUF "embraces'-a. arWy3f SeaaoatL.
Uooda not ennineiavtedr om prising" one W-tbo iarre -
aMPortments re have nvm-hitMF..u..nj
w,w7fe K "'won, meywm ollered to
-SEW pEi jCi
rr "'J s " aantUQine Jstock or
Staple and Fancy DryJoodg, ' :Y
TCI " , '? YK' -v"y Ie an(t quality Ladies' Dress Goods
aTTTw n rSrIes f;liih5oRall Dress Hats; Satin
ana Straw Knnnots- ci '
lfl..1.r. . .. "
and Shoes, etc.
? j-oyuw duu ouoes, ere,
particular attention to a splendid as-
nrtu Ready-made Clothing",
Of the yery best material and workmanship.
In our stock maybe found .M n.ra
wiwa.. of , .'i . . ouiw.-u iu me
.1 , Jna,he' -Pri- All in want
vvum lluv nlll p1Case give us a call
Hay St., Fayetteville. ts. TEMB
, Ten Thousand Apple Trees of the finest kinds, ripen
ing in succession f rom the earliest to the latest. Ton
Thousand Peach Trees of the Itae7t kinds. r i;!?
succession from early in June to November. One
....n uut-uY iit-es ox ine nnest kinds, rinonino-
succession, from the first of Afnv tn r.,i.
assortment of Apricots
ieciartues, rjums, Pears and
be sent in early. Catalogues will be sent to all
Ihiring my absence my brother, Owen Lindley, wHl
deliver trees . at Cane Creek, and my son, Albert G
Lindley, at New Garden.
x- , ., JOSHUA LINDLEY.
New Garden. Guildford county, N. C. J
Tlie 14th of the 10th mo., - ' f 76.V3m
Having recently purchased the above cstallishment
from Malcom Kelly, Esq., I am now prepared to enter
tain in a comfortable manner those who may give me a
call Having ample stables, good hostlers and a dis-
iT"lwu ccouimouaic, l trust 1 shall be able to
give entire satisfaction to those who may faver me with
t i o ,n.o n- C- McLEAN.-
December 3, 1853. t 70-tf
X it T I C E.
Having purchaard the interest of T. R. Underwood
nthe .farm of G. W. Lawrence & Co., I will continue
business as heretofore at Mab-v's r?n-v-'-. - .
I have from 12 to 15 Coonora nnocitinu L 1?
manufacturing SPIRIT. BARRELS, at the fate of 100
to 12j per week; have now on hand 40O llarrcls for
. casu at uie snop, or- $2 35 delivered in
I shall also continue the distilling' of TuVptine.hd
ill pay within 15 cents per barrel nfthp FaraOolnu
uriee in cash, op mn.ii: o t ,i, - - --
t , - i . ( .J I
I have now in Store a general aimrtnidnt nf y!j.
. n . ....w.,w j i vWUn.
tor sale at rayetteville prices. - All kinds of country
produce taken In exchange for goods. Call and :
G. W. LAWRENCE.
Nov 25, 153 . CO-tf , -
A t EI omc A era i ii .
W. DlvAUGIION has the pleasure of informingfhs
customers and the public that he has moved his stock
of Goods to his new store, at the old stand.
His recent purchases in New York and Philadelphia
makes his stock complete He has on hand, for sale at
low prices, a full Ftock of
Groceries and Dry Goods, Boots &. Shoes,
Hardware & Cutlery, Crockery and Glass-ware,
Window Glass, Clocks,
Pure French Brandy, Holland Gin, St. Croix
and Old Jamaica Rum.
Port, Madeira, Brovvu and Golden Sherry,
Malaga, Sicily, and Scuppernong Wines
Old Rye Whiskey,
"sum mige slock or joinestic Liquors.
Also, 20 dozen Wolfe's Aromatic Schncidam Schnapps '
100,000 Sepaif, (very cheap.)
25 Baskets Champaigne,
Hock Wine, ("six varieties.)
Sardines; Sperm and Adamantine Candles.
W. DRAUGHOX, Market Square
Nov 12, 163 3m
A ItAItE CUASCE VHR SPECUtATIOJf.
On Tuesday the loth of January, the subscribers will
offer for sale, at Johnsonvilie, in the County of Cumber
land. 22 miles from Fayetteville, and immediately on
the F & W Plank Road, the following valuable pro
2 Turpentine Stills and the location upon which they
are now operating. One of the above stills will work 30
barrels, the other 16 barrels of Turpentine.
50 acres of land adjoining the stilling location, and
upon which arc erected a line spirit barrel shop, togeth
er with a number of Louses for the residence of the ope
ratives. Also, the Store and Warehouse, together with a con
siderable stock of goods suitable for the country trade.
3 Mule Teams and Wagons iu good order ; 3 Two
Horse Teams and Wagons in good order; A splendid
lot of Spirit Barrels and Coopers' Tools.
Also, 5000 acres of capital Turpentine Land in the
vicinity of four Stills; 1000 acres Laud situated on
Lower Little River and tributaries.
A Saw Mill ou Lower Little River and 500 acres of
Land adjoining. Terms-made known on day of sale
johxson, McNeill &co.
December 10, 1 853. 71-5t.
Stale of 'oi tU CarolliinwRobeaon Couuly.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions November
Henry F. Pitman vs. Calvin Barnes; and the same
vs. the same original attachment levied on land
levied on the legal aud equitable interest of the defend
ant, Calvin Barnes, in and to au undivided tract-of land
containing 300 acres, lying on the west side of Flowers'
Swamp, & adjoining the lands of Parker Nye & others.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant, Calvin Barnes, has removed from this State
and is a non-resident of this State, on motion, it is or
dered that publication be made in the North Carolinian
a newspaper published in the town of Fayetteville, for
six weeks successively, notifying the said Calvin Barnen
the defendant, to be and appear before the Justices of
our next Court of Pleas aud Quarter Sessions to be
held for the county of Robeson, at the Court House in
Lumberton, on the 4th Monday of February next, and
then and there to replevy and plead to the said suit,
otherwise judgment by default final will be granted,
against him, and the laud levied ou condemned to satis
fy the plaintiff's debts, interest and costs.
Witness, Shadraeh Howell, Clerk of our said Court
at office in Lumberton, the 4th Monday of November
A.-D. 1853, and of American Independence the 78th
vear. Issued 10th December. 1853.
" 72-fit S'D'H. HOWELL. C. C. C.
M. IIUTSOX, House Paixtek,
Fayetteville, X, C.
December 17, 1853. . y
NOTICE. MUi.ES FOR SALE.
The snbscribers offer for sale Three Teams of Mule.
Wagon and Harness.- Those wanting Mules would do
well to eall on the premises.
Also, 2000 acres turpentine Land for sale. Call and
see. J X MELVTV
Cypress Greek.Bladen Ce.yf XV, A. MEL.VIN.
December 8, 1853; f . 71-tf
Wl01 A two horse wagon with fixtures compete
for sate - J. & T. WADDILL.
Dec. 17, 1853. 72-tf
cond i fstock, for this seteon;. x Staple; aud faivey
Uata, Caps, Sioes, BooCSUk; SaS
linnets: Umbrf.bis n,i ..i-vm. rr?i. ?r
jur usual terms, t. v
y"5.-?. VJ..B r'
i"uls, iur saie at tne 1'omological Gardens
undWi t Cane Creek, Chatham county, and
New Garuen, Guilford countv. Ordr- r.. .. ......,
later jwwa r raio:-y
ersia declaration: of war ajrainst Turkey was
u?eAI a direSt promise from the Czar to're
mit tji44e)tand restore the disputed territory.
The Fteuch.and British fleets entered the Black
Sea .p the 10th. Three ships of each 'squadron
remained to guard Constantinople- The Czar
of Kutem, having frequently declared the entry
oUbe31ack Sea by the'allied forces equivalent
to a liclaratioa of war, the withdrawal of the
Russia! ministers JiOndoa aud Paris was ex
It wks reported that the American Minister
Mr Soule, had fought a duel with t.h
J " "
Alimster at Madrid. Also, that vounir
come ttid had a duel with the Duke of Alba.
killed or hurt.
lews bv this arrival reports an advance
V heat aud Corn. Cotton steady.
Teasels Lost at Sea. ,
Therd appears to have been pretty storm v
weatheri along the American coast about the
latter pirt of December. . Several vessels were
driven aihor and wrecked. The schr. Ellen
Sawyer, from Wilmington, X. C., for Boston,
with ricd and naval stores.
mouth beVch, and Is a total wreck. Two or
three othVr vessels drifted ashore on the same
beach. Several lives Lave. 1
- The slip Staffordshire, - from - Liverpool to
Boston, wis wrecked off Cape Sable on the 30th
uitj. and 1G3 persons perished mostly Iri
Intekesxo Statistics. Daring the year
1853 there were J.33 railroad accidents in the
United State. "byAvhich 234 persons were killed
and 496 wouudecU During the same time there
were GO fires at "which loss of life occurred, the
total number of lives lost being 1?4. The num
ot uwums werdkLhtttTahd T58 wntmVlod
number Kif executibrfs for murder, in the United
States was 61. v - ' - ' v . "
v'j SECOND . - . .
PURCHASE FOK THE FALL OF1833.
The undersigned would ; notify ."their customers and
all otherouyinir iu this- market., that? the'v tir now re
ceiving a teeond Stoclif of Fall Goods for 1853, selected
oy one ot the la m personally.- consistinar of a frencrnl
assortment of ,
Dry Goods, Hardware;-Hats, Caps, Boots and
Also A larere addition to their Htoclr of Tt,.aav.ro.i,
Clothing. , . ' ' . ' "
All of which they offer to the trade, uDon their nanal
accommodating term. . " s
Purchaners will find it to "their interest tn cr'ivo m.r
stock an examination before making theif (election.
,. - - HALL & SACKETT.
October 8, 1853.
LATR All RIVALS. - ?
THE pnbscriber is daily receiving additions to his
stock of SEASONABLE GOODS, which are offered at
fair prices, for cash or produce.
JUST TO HAND.
Super Black, Brown, Blue and GreenFROCK COATS
" " " " Over
Satin, and other kinds of VesJs.
Cassimere Pants and Pants Stutf.
Hats, Caps, and CITY-MADE Boot, light and heavy,
which will be warranted to purchasers.
Also, a large stock common Boots and Shoes.
Traveling Trunks, Carpet Bags, and Carpeting.
1 piece heavy Cocoa Matting, for passages.
WOOD-WARE. -Tuba, Kelars, Pails. Buckets, va
rious kinds. &c. -
Blacksmith's Tools, Mill Saws, Cross Cut and Hand
Saws, Glue, Hoop aud other Iron, with a good assort
ment of Dry Goods, Groceries aud Hard-Ware, ma'kin
a very fair general stock. Buyers are invited
TIIOS. J. JOHNSON,
Near the Cape Fear Bank, below the Market House
Fayetteville Oct. 29, 1853. 65-3mo
THE subscriber oners for sale, his LANDS, six miles
North of Fayetteville. and about om milt frnm
Fayetteville aud Raleigh Plank Road, consisting of
about twelve hundred and sixty acres of land, suited
to the making of Turpentine or Timber. There is also
oa the premises, a good Saw aud Grist Mill, all in good
repair and now in operation ; also, a Dwelling, and all
the necessary outhouses, ia good repair.
" Al; unoUier tract of two hundred and fifty acres, on
the ueaa-waters of Carver's Creek, known as the Tarry
Plaee, oa which there iaa ainall Farm, a Dwelling House
and other houses. . . . v - ,;-'
On tlie first named tract, there ia cut about twenty
five thousand Turpentine Boxes, from two to four years
old. ' - "-'-.". ,
All the above lands will" be sold on the most accom-
mouating terms. Persons wishing to purchase, will
please call on the subscriber, who will take pleasure in
suuwiiig me aoove lanus.
' ' WM. R. BOLTON.
Oct. 27, 1853. 65-tf
- Si. V. GRADY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Wilmington, N. C.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments of Naval
,7""; otner prouuee. Office at the Store
vauy sc 310UK, jortU Water Street.
J. W. BAKER , . -
Has received from the North tT- Tntwsf fin.( mri
"most carefully selected stock of FURNITURE ever of-
ierett m ta is market, consisting of fusbiowable painted
cottage bed room fumitare In sett; curled-hair and
shuck and cotton Mattresses; Looking Gla-sses; -Willow
Wagons and . Cradles patent self-swinging Cradles;
Side Boards ; BTeaBBrSeeretaries and Book Cases;
What-Nots; Tables, all sorts; AVash Stands;, Candle
Stands Wardrobes; Picture Frames and Glass; Window
Shadesf Cornices: -Cnrtain Bands: Sofatr ii 3uojraiiy
and Walnut; Tete a Tetes; Ottomans; Divans & Stools;
Phni.a airAMi - i -r-- n
uuuii? vf. vic! j mieiy. me rosewoou risiuw ix-u-net
&Co's, of Broadway. New York). -
OetoberJZ9, 1853 ."- -.ly-pd 'C
--" ' '- mcks Wanted. '-
Tie subecribev want to purchase any quantity" of
the above named artiees; those' having ffie same, for
s?e wiW do we to ca on ns at the Store No. 7, Green
Street, North of the Market, after the first of January.
united ifitlr tte V '
wanted-- uTtt:Z-:f - "S"
;. - T ; , aia uot get
it. Beside, he has ipph .li,....;.i .
- uinUjiwuitm in st-vera i
minces wt.ere lie sought to control certain
appointments. There is no doubt but what he
is considerably soured, and would rprrnirn 1,J...
self if he could. .b 1Ui-
tl, I ? . gCS "r'""'plamtS opainst
vi.a a -uimster to
Ingland; and so ou to the end of the chanter,
-lac 1S, uuuisguiseciiy, opposed to General Pierce's
Mr Evans, of South Carolina, is a fast and
devoted friend to the Administration. He says
he voted for Tucker at the reaucst of thivVir.
Iginia Senators. He says, also, that he would
not have done so if he had had the remotest idea
that it would have been construed as it has.
Mesfrs James and Wright, though nominally
democrats, are not rigidly so. They ha ve many
eccentric notious of their own, and like to show
their independence occasionally. They are not
opposed to the Administration. As for Gen.
Atchison, he insists that th nnUv r.e h.
ministration, respecting those who were former
ly iieesoaers, s somewhat opposed to the ground
tliiriL-a 1IO . i " . " .
.uu.uuu,.iiu , Illo ur yillu ijenion hp
i""' mis vote was necessary to vindicate
ins consistency on this point. He protests
nevertheless, that he is a devoted friend to the
wi,c ui lririllia ftonntnrs ih .(.nm.i
J,;' ,Jlrlaso is-a. fellow-towusnian
with Mr lacker, and was an ardent a'dmirer and
very intimate personal friend of his father
Hunter is Tucker's cousin: That accouuts for
uis vote. v
Mr Hunter's vote causes more regret than
anything else that has occurred in this matter
Ue was offered a seat in the Cabinet. He is
known to have been one of the President's con
fidential advisers in regard to the shaping of
lus policy. He has hosts of friends appointed
toodice. ? He is a man of great talent, and is
regarded -as .scrupulously honest. He has no
inconsiderable number of admirers, ' who have
been .anxiously looking to him as a proner ner-
t- n'or-ttte,"SMCci?8ioa;';-iJBlit the vote h&ns.
... - s
i A Thief In a Trap.
The Evansville (Ia.) Journal gives an account
of a curious attempt at robbery iu that citv;
It seems that a: few nights ago, the Rev, Mr
McCarer, of Kvansville, was disturbed twice iu
the night by a noise about the house. Upon
making his second "thorough search, he traced
the noise to the chimney. A close examination
convinced him that some owl or other wild ani
mal had taken up quarters there for the uight
Iu a truly uuchristiau spirit he resolved to burn
the intruder out, when- what was his surprise,
as-the big volumes of smoke and flame rolled
up the chimney, to hear a half-stifled voin pro
ceeding from the flue, imploring hiin to "put
out the fire." The fire was immediately quench
ed, the City Marshal was sent for, and the
occupant of the chimney, who turned out to he
a strapping thief, was hoisted out of his nest bv
means of a strong rope. He confessed that he
had been particularly struck with the appear
ance of a tine watch Mr McCarer had worn, and
had resolved iu this way to gaiu au extrauce
and appropriate the same for his own use. Un
fortunately for himself, he forgot to measure
the size of the chimney beforehand, and on ar
riving at the bottom of it, found himself in a
sort of cut de sac. The aperture was too small
for him to pass through, and all his attempts to
ascend proved fruitless. It was the noise he
made in trying to return which aroused his
IJkickmaking Machine. Among the new in
ventions in this great age of railway and town
extension is one which is considered to be of im
portance. It is a new brickmaking machine.
It was exhibited with success u few days since,
and is calculated to turn out iu a day, of ten
hours, 12,000 bricks. It is an improvement
upon all that have yet appeared. The improve
ment consists in the construction of m.Miri;..r
orifices or dies having rotating sides formed by
vertical rollers, instead of having fixed sides, as
heretofore. These rollers rotate while the c'lar
is aenvereu tnrougu tlie die, thus producing and j
picservmg u suarpness ana neatness iu the
edges ot the brick previously unattainable.!
The machine prepares the clay aud makes the I
bricks at one and the same time. One of the '
jcduiug ic-atures. is a continuous delivery. The
machine is worked by ouehorse; there is a
man to feed the machines, and two boys to clear
off bricks at the sides. The clay, after coming
out horizontally, iu a solid oblong mass, is cut
up into bricks of the required dimensions, by
means ot cqui-uistant wires placed ou one side
aud worfced so as to divide at one stroke.
the ordinary process, 5,000 per day can be
made by a pallet moulder, but he requires the
assistance of five hands aud a horse, and must
work from four in the morniug to sundown, ou
the long summer days to accomplish it. The
machine in the ame number of hours would
make. 20,000 bricks. Liverpool Paper.
Commissioners ot Navigation. -In conse
quence of his election to the office of Commis
sioner of the town, Robt. II. Cowan, Esq., has
resigned his station as- Chairman of the Com
missioners of Navigation. A Martin, Esq ;Ms
elected member of the Board of Navigation, to
fill 'the plaee vacated as above, and W. AV.
Pierce, Esq!, appointed Chairman. WUmms-
t ori 'Commercial.
JB"All the Germans arrested in CineiBBati-
charged with attempted violence to M. Bedini,
have been acquitted, and the evidence shows
that the conduct of the police was outrageous
and nnjnstifiable. Public sentiment is now with
the- Germans,- and thc police are strongly denounced-
. . J. ' -
ftviay .not nuiutereruff to-devote-
Some shins: wertt hnlt-i tk r-ah-:,.t
w " ? " "ying . now atloat. -
. , V' 7r',Tt9 ftfifrinr WbliiI. nlii-TO
- '... . ! ..Wl t0s nrden. Tho
Heep, and of 6,i
at liepublic" was 3
reut xvepuiiic"'wa8 325 feet iu ioni-th
fin u .,. r . . , . 1 111 oiect
width, and 39 feet in depth, with a register
ed burden of 4,500, but it was- .nnld. ftft I.,.
puoie 01 carrv-
in.sj mure limn t.UUU
tons nt (nnrn it :.. ..
n..x '. . . : At is ie-
L,.ut ircn.meaes who was perhaps the
."cvuaiiitni genius that ever lived-
otnrctfd a ship fo? Hiiro Kineol :Srnev
oicny, or ureece, could
ark, by those who arc curiou,
receive it. .'oah'it
K.i, i , . .wuo gig ouiu lllllllrs.
u uecu calculated to have contained 1,500,000
cubic feet and was of 1 1,905 tons burden.
As this vessel was of autedeluvian onV,' it
may be allowed to stand out as a giant re pr sen
tat.ve of nautical architecture, belong iT to t bc
rSn&T but xfow de-
0uMmS5 even the treat fafl.rr
OlO c l...tl , - 0
r-, "j t-uiisiruciintr a slmm!.;. r
, - 'uo UUIllll! . lllllt ot 01, l I 1,
of 2 9,2,o93 cub.c feet. This is the vessel to
which we have alluded; it is to be built of iron a
substance which would have been deemed bv
the ancients better adapted for sinking thai
swimming. The larirest m.r.....t;i ,.t.z..l
afloat at present, are those of the Collins Line;
the Arctic" being 3,000 tons burden tlie only
exception to those is the Great Britain, which
is o,445 tons burden. There is one the 11 v
malaya now in the course of construction, by
the Cmiard Company, which is to be of 3 532
tons burden. A remarkable difference between
modern and ancient times, in state and condi
tion, i3 exemplified in the "Greet Republic"
It is the property of a private American citi
zen: the wealth aud resources nf nil S!,n, ....
called into reqnisitiou to construct Hicro's levia
thian. Two hundred years ago the largest vessel
were about 80 tons bnrrl oi n iwl Willi . . . . T . c
1 ". "iuii a fuiat'l OI
ou tons, Columbus croKsel tho At,.:
discovered our continent. Ten. years ago tho
largest merchant skips afloat were of 110 "rear
er tonnae than from t Oil frk liir.li-. 1. 1 1
tons burden! while at the- nresent mmnont ti.
general tonnage of new built ships range double
that amount. It wou Id therefore Kcpm u irVm
beut of the nautical mind was in favor of 'Maro-e
ships," - There is a line of dcinarkation'.Jio-
wu coasirueteci eiUiejjmttralUlj-r-pToJf t. Tho
ianer censTtterotion entirely , depends on tho
length of voyage, the former on the strength
and combination of materials employed in tho
construction; and the manageableuess of the
ships at sea- For long voyages, large ships aro
the most economical, for . short voyage's small
ones. The other consideration, safety. Griffith
on page 114 of his "Ship Builder's Manual"'
says, "ship-builders arc mistaken when they as
sume a large ship equally strong with a small
one, and as vessels are increased in Ki ti.
leverage of the spars tell with more effect.'
As a consequence, the liability to tho rlninnn.
of cargoes iu large vessels is greater than small
er ones, more particularly clipper ships, because
of their increased length. Here is a statement
which affords some solution to the complaints
11 win ou r run cisco, 01 tne great damage sus
tained by cargoes in recently constructed large
clipper ships which have made voyages to that
place. "Some other measures, says" the same
work, "must be adopted for strengthening such
vessels." New improvements, therefore, are
demanded iu the combination of materials in
the construction of large ships. The "Great
Republic" is stated to be not only the largest but
the strongest built ship in the 'world, and no
doubt the boundary line of safety for large ships
is far from being reached yet, but where that
line is, we cannot tell, nor do we find any satis
factory information on the subject in any of the
works we have consulted. Large vessels can
not be managed in a rough sea so Well as small
ones; they are not so obedient to the helm. As
Napoleon said iu respect to Generals "there
was only one iu Europe besides himself who
could manoeuvre 100,000 men," so it may be
said of sea captains; it certainly requires a great
er mental capacity to command a large than a
small ship. Revolving the subject of large ships
over and over, aud taking into consideration
the great advances which have been made in
the size of ships since the Galleon of Columbus
touched the Columbian ghore, it is our opinion
that we shall yet see much larger hhips in our
harbor thau any which now float there; the
"G reat Republic' is a shadow of "coming events.''
Compulsory Vaccination. The proportion
of deaths from small-pox in London is three
times, and in Glasgow six time,, what it is iu
irusseis, JK-riin, or Copenhagen. Ut each 0110
thousand persons who die in England and Wales,
twenty-two die of small-pox; of each one thou
sand persons Who die in Ireland forty-nine die
of small-pox; while of each one thousand per
sons who die in Lombardy two only die of inall
pox. The proportionate mortality, then, from
small-pox in England and Wales is eleven times.
ami 111 jreianu iweuiy-iour nines, greater than
it is in Lombardy. Whence comes this differ
ence? In Eugland those who please cake thsfr
children to be vaccinated; in Lombardy vaeein
ation is compulsory. The proportionate mor
tality from small-pox in England and Wales is
three times greater than what it is in any coun
try in which the inhabitants are compelled by
law to have their children vaccinated. Thes&
are great facts. In our metropolis one thousand:
persons die annually of small-pox; if vaccina
tion were compulsory, it is indisputable that ther
numlier of deaths from this disease in London
would be reduced to two huudred or three hun
dred per annum. From six to eight hundred
persons thus die yearly in the metropolis alone
whose J.ives might be saved by an act of Parlia
nient. r-Jiledica I Times and (fazette:
A Fortune. An English widow, ladyr resid
ing m the State oC New York, and wha has beem
iu indigent circumstances, last week received!
intelligence from England that a deceased rela
tive had reft her nrooertv and vlnM u.-tK
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