"' : "-.v.-. v'V-.- -t: ' V-
.: A .' ':J:::-- ';'--.'--: ,v - ?4r ' ' ' ' -"'. .-
: - ;.r.'V - , . --L--.,.;-..-',,; , ;U -VHji ' I . . ' . .'
- - 1 ' 1 1 i ' - f n "nnT i"" ii" - ...... - -
' ' ' , ' .... ; , J !.". i , : , ' ... .- . " ...
SI f TO kr U : M- m-n -
1 i)AY," AUGUST 5, . ,1851.
t ? r
rilINTEI I5Y WILUAM X iVrKS
. - ....... . :.-
For a single coj-.jr, iffofd in alv;tiiwr;jcf anauin, $2:Vtn ,; lih hu-lJtiti CUthin,',1.
- -u ' nttlif? i:ntU :J men 2 '5 I ; TT VSTItEET' 'FAYETTE VI LI'E: 2
afthe t-utllf :Jinontli. 2 5ft
. . , -
. . at the cnl of irionUi,- ' 3 00
at tbc cnl of the yciir. "-- 3 50
No pubxriptioTi viIMe rccotvol for a uli'urter pcriCKl
than oue year nhlcvH pahl in advance. , . T,;
With the' view of extending tlie circulation and en
hancing the jtsefulnrn of tlie p-apv-r, the prorieU) of
fer the following remarkahly lew V f j. ;
CI.r77? HATES, LYV.iRlAJlLY.lX ADV.IXCE:
5 coptes of the Carolinian,' 1 year, : c $3 J1 . .
'iMrvssed to the uitdersigtw'l, an-1 vtmt be pot rn:d.
It airs of .IdvrrlWiiz:
Sixtv 'cerN ' p.-ruare ..f 1C lines H.r the tirst an.l
thirty real (or ,-a-h ' M,lne,,t " insertion, uuh-s the
tlian two ujouiii.".
and .Domestic"? -
;;S-tv I" 'GOOD S, '; Vil'-;;K
Iodf -v ' XTmbicllas, ' and
Invite the attciituM
FAVETTEVILLE, X. , C.",
of their cxtHtmers. ami the - trade
generally, to a very Superior Slock
SPUING ApD SUMMER GOODS,:
U .'..-til .ff - .V J r. ' . f V.i
, - ,, 1 r: i ,,i jr., m -1 fully received at .Lumber Er;ur Jv O. Iich''
irkct ; South if ilasou nml Oixoa line, to pur- . , . , . liAVrpr -
:i-Jmptly or (uy for cash.
Merchants will:-- ; nd in this market good. $tocks,;- and
at prices which cim iol fail to plentc. 7"
March 1854 ' flfjJ
jt.lverlisem -it is publish".! for more
when it will he ehrrg-l
For three iLontlis, - .- -For
si-v Hi":'' lis, - - - -K,.r
twelve iiemtlis, - - - -
Now 12, l'i.l
I!na;tw:(y -from t
arid TO HEY .loin
hih. weighs about
fl vearss . f. ;)
j subscriber, his Xogro nn?n. JOHN
is about 2( years old, ( feet I inch
IS," or 1!0 lbs. Tobev ajred about
ieh.es lrfh. stout, an-1 wciffhs 17f
Thev were holiiriit. 1'roui Mr. lames Surh'S. of ( 'um-
Ml si.lvert sem ".Umiiu.-i t.; nai:i'ii m
lt oVloek.a. :n.-. to ensure their . in-ertion in the nxt
,4 .,-v. ......r ...ml .-h-iihl have the d-suvd.'munb( r ui Uu
. . ...1 ... (! i ii-1 'inni ! i'
i MS 1111! !' M 1 '
thev will he in-
rtej till loi-bid and th.u "d aeeordin-1y,
l-.T? V V X VATK
oenann enunty. am
nciliborho .. Tn
in .luisrW.iii ( 'oinitj
humlred Dollars foi
Lension and deliver
fiiifrueut in any .Jail
tin-in. An addition
! ."d tor the eon
the above Neurroes.
iltr Hun". Coined
31 A H H I. F '
HV (ii:o. !.r 1)1111.
N:i.lv t-.iK)s't.! to K. V,'. WillkMiirs' AiKt:o:i Stnre.
)et. 1, lK:'-.
-N-.He, .V t
ll-.fin.r r.eulv ! . l r ;;v.-eO I I" a-t-Vf e-! a ' 'i i u v. e
fioin vlalv-oai K' i'ly. K-.. I ' 'o.v pr-paiv-d t e,.:
tai i in-;i e.)'iit'..r!.il.l'' m i ne r t!io-e w!n in;n
rail. iTiviu am-,de -VaM"s. -i.o.l hoMh'r.
jios'.tioci to a vHi:no l.u-'. I tru-t 1 .-hall
'iv'ea!ir; satiM'actioa to t!io.-e v. ho may lav
tlif.r patro.ia ; '.
I.. a!l'' i"
r :ae W.t ;i
I 'ci-inb"r 'I. I'"''.
('i.h?ikvt : . vi;iifT.
A lloin.y nt I:itv, Vi yvi tv v i 1 If, ". l
;!:. ;t ihe coi'iitr i.t'How and tireen street
F. b'v :. K.'..
i 2i)t At iti:H
Th' subscriber oi
of Land, located in
1 1 is ubuut e;ui-dir
buriT Hi"!i Scl....l.
).'-il to the utovJ
also ui'ers jiieat ii
turjienTine a:i l !i;m
in u lnni all : i ;ti ti . '
lis C o. . v . . i VJS V,.i-t Lr
c-- rjf. r wru,u '
u;a bi- ;!ddrri'il a
Lather lilue- ln i
oi' a -are' in exhibit!
'"ir th.ii ear'o.--e.
( k !. 11,
OI'' LAND l''()Il SALE
Its I'm- sale twelve hundred acres
tie ltiv.t r end id' Kit hmond county,
ant from Floral College, Lauren
aid Laurel Hill. The Land is well
;ho! corn. cotton, wle at. Ac. it
hit eincnts to those engaged in the
er iiiiMiiess. 1 Have eoiistmtt'u
I!-;;, my aent. during jny ab.-ence.
iiieuiiotis in regard to the matter
lihir.i lis 1. ( ).. i'obeson -eoiintv.
sith-v nar to the pr mises. v ill take
Miv one who i:iav call
I. G. DLl'll.
if. T. McLllAN
K. .-r. Mt'KCIIISO'V,
('n.uiiiK .iioi Jntl v. .l i hiit,
.1 in uar v . 1 ! y
T5i Favett-ville lee Uuii- ' will be open-d daily for
w HB 1 - m ' 1 M Ml .it K I- J A
v T r m r . W?. JXjM
th"d-diul V o!" le-
A. M., coi. i
ia 'nein r Mond.iv. ldtiin-t.
Tb-if .! for are ujw n i ly f..r sale at t.,ie store ot
. . . .it i l .... 1
... :ii: i'.i N lei- w in' tieiiv'ue'i i
(I. V . V ilr.ani o. . lee w.u n.:iiv -
fjt to tirkcls. a it- U rot iiit-nded -tp k"ep any ac
eormts. ViVn culled on to deliver lee outside of the
ti:n speeiile I aho.c, doind
April S, 1"L
We h-ive r-'ceivd
e i he regular pi .c . m
JOHN D. WILLIAMS.
our usinil stock of FATWUNn
s tf !i a IMo iIh. Harrows. (hilt;vator.
J. A T. WAL'PILL.
V r...M- l.n. i.' :i'Mi.l. nilllK ''Ii'. ! ;i I
March IS. Is", I
Jami.s C1. S.Mint.
( ' V mm lis
H-ive removed tln-ir .:h.
b til'u r lurai -i ly nee up:
tvlin-i' t'i -v a'-- prepared t
('.a r i; .-Ion line.
At! bu-i.iv1-- ulrusl'-.i
Mwrhn it! x,
to th-' second story of the
I !v the'Tt h-L-rap'' nipan y .
a; tend to all bii.-i-u ss in the
will be miiK-Liall'
i a suo-cn tier t
fr.i-iids a id the pub
W 'riijit b,!-;n. s- am
tVamiiig. and 'i-' f! i.
me iriiicid s. citli
chiiiery. He ii tur
liberal patroiiug In
"y str'ret aii'-otio l !
satisfaction. t- tkicr'
o.i- who want wonl
well to give him a i
ti; km"ii in hi eeij
! M-deis promptly a' t
X. C, . ; . f.
Ni Vera her; 1 . 1 s.
I ne -iMc! i- r. ;
!' s,d itlflil to i."
"i" ;i suitable lur:iis!
,'.rt'e!e 'new used ei
impart that bistre si
ft rtTi "k.hi if apr
'g thula-t t el ve l
'-k of pr. par. n;
t !niiTnTiil nas at lej
exp riiaent eoinph ti
. puis ultra Butuitth
may ie tested m
over all others.
I ,tuiier"s Maflih- Fa
Nov o. is.-:
On tie' 1-f ;V'v .f .Lti.nr.rv. i -."- I h'r-d h Fov named
i;,,',.r to .loha'A. W-U;ams. E,.-: sue;.- timei-ii-eby
f.dbnvi.i j; he left Mr Will an-, a .d 1 had re:ro-: tt. b
i: l... mi tbe '.M'dibo.-'iood ot Fav-ttevtlie.
blt UoW 1 beiiev,
1 ti. si en.' v i i la ' n .
between L? and 1 1 years old. .piit" .iAct'X,- -ood look
ing little fellow, ano no .'oid't can t"il a v ry plausible
tab'. 1 will :;ive the ;'.'.-:. ' r - ai d for Ids delivery to
in aov -Lid. so that 1 get ii:in
the State so that I get
l-'ay-'ttevi'ile and V
about 1 velve hii'idi
to :'.! in akiirg of To
; on th
!i has been kidnapped or d.yoycd ( ,; p.,,.- m
Said l'.ev is ui' id.uk eoir.ple;:"ui. is j tj,.' nct-essarv
in.'; (r co di e-ui nit in an
i ii op i'lll if aires'.ed tut of
ilim ' .1 AS, i:VANSf-Cui:.Uau.
M .ivh 11. IN.".!. 'sl-t
Th" a'oov - reward will be given to :v;iy person who
will d diver to memv n 'gro we:nan ANNA, who ab
sconded about i he -1 itli of November la-1. or for ... r
b. ;nv jail in lllisStlte solhat .
",! i ' i ii i Sa'd 'negro is of briglit u.i.bi I ' o comj)!
!..'. .n..i':t rl.'.Li-lv ami more oroneilv
K.inllv ,!, a id is rath"!" b-'loW tlie 111
-r-mi-'S. a -
iw in i.
,'Im. a!iother tra
th" head vvalei s ti! (
riace. on which th
and other houes.
On the lirt nann:
live thitusantl Turpi
li, modatinir terms.
please t ail on tlie st
-hewing the above
o I hat s!n
dium siz .
is lrkm"- :iboilt tlie IC ill! V
t .. ....
,::i aveit .vill". a'-b'd liv tlie eelelr;'.te! Simon Line o,
harbnp.n ; uoun-iety. !ie may attempt to p as a
free pu-s.ei aacig the num tous free niui.it toes about
Dundarrneh. Kib.sn county.
will probably be lurking in that
ty liasrrvif. at Mr Kichartl Hird'.s.
i Fifty Dollars for either, or one
both, will be paid for their apure-
' to the- snbsenl,, v. or for their con-
in the State. o that he can get
1 sum of One Hundred Dollars w ill
r Hana-way from the subf;c:ri!er h tlieJd f 'Julyviiis
negro mau iMnu
1 2 years 61d & feei 7
or. inches high,, well Luilt, .weiL'sTlTO or 175 pound-,
busby hair, has a scar on. his forehead, his left fo-t r .
with au aie.; lie Is supposed, to be lurking
tveighborhood of Luniherton -or Mr John Me ' -
en Ashpote,! of hon L purchased him last Mi
K- fiXiv." doilnx. for . ut$ i ',
eorivict any lwhite. man- of- haiboring-or c
him. Any information rejecting him-will 1
win give a rara-oi DIty ooiiar.. lor uis ul i.i
me or hje confinement in a6v Jail that"! can
argain. I will' .also rr
. July 2d, 1854.
NA , i .'
jtZ7l&t? : j t r-'f ii'iuTti i.-rTT nt'it-'eir ' -
lint Bag.' -i ' - - -
XCCo'ttDn' -'Yarns' and Sheet
,7V - TJRO Y , &TMAIIS1 1. Ud topTurnip. - For sale by
July 2I. 18.1t.
KltESII TUIl-XII SEED. .
Large White Flat Dutch,
: Large English Norfolk,
Purple Top Ruta Baga,
Early lied Ttip Flat. -Warranted
genuine and frct-h. Just received and
for sale by s. J: HINSDALE.
July 29. 1854. 80 "Lit If Vf :
V- ATS I t JTS" m t
A - - . V
The STORES, WAREHOUSES and DWELLINGS.
ictton of any person of harbonng bevrv-ntedat the Market IIouu- on Saturday August
5th, at VL o clock.
A. . nAMPItKT.b .
July 29.. 1654. 804-2t yf Zrt fliX
k-.-s liiis method of informing his
V that lie still continues in the Mill
i all its branches. '.: foundering.
g Water or St. am .Mills ujwrn ari
r with sinttf or comii! cated ma-
is ri : s inaiiKs . im- naia.e tor me
lias received heretofore, and hopes
business, and by gi ing general
a continuance of the same. He
vjiuku m t-ouiie-ic v. an that or
e'et! an?L durabilifv. r-
ihmt7 in the aiiove line wouhi tlo
til. as he has several competent
oy. ami is prepared to execute nil
jobs at the shortest iJotice and on verv reasonable terms.
CiKO. AV. Williams &, CO-
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
luj-t received -a large asWntT CQjS-4n their
line." tor sale on favorable t
' Julv 'H'. D;54
rof. of the Principles and
MEDICAL IXSTITU lIOiN OF YALE COLLEGE.
Tlie Annual Course of Lectures commences on
Th.ursday. Sejitifinber 14th. and continues four months.
Uenjamin Siliiman. M. D.. LL. D.,- Prof. Emeritus
of Chemistry and Pharniacw
Eli H :s. M.D., Prof. Emeritus of Materia Medica
Jonaffuui Knight. M. D.. Pr
Pi actice of Surgei v.
Timothy P. Peers. M. D.. Professor of Obstetrics.
Charles Hooker, M. D.. Prof, of Anatomy and Phyr
Henry P.ronstm, M. P.. Prof, of Materia Mcdica and
Worthtngton Ilooktr, M. D., Prof, of the Theory and
Practice of Physic.
Uenjaiiiin S.ilitnan, Jr., M. D., Prof, of Chemistry
and I haiinaey. . .
Lecture lees. $08-50: Matriculation. Sf; Gradual
t'oii, 615. CHARLES HOOKER. -.
Deau.of the Facultr. "
v .... lr t i ... - .
t juvt-u, jiuy l.. IMVl - -CJ"lilt-lv
l V K T T E V II I- Kt N
Tear and -. Deep Riter -KAVCot-Wfe
t .the stockliolders of this Gompany
ir annual mcetingt:lIIajwo6d''on
;-' and Friday 'last, Tbe meeting was
. rided, and good feeling and unaciraity
Ha all its "proceedings. The Trcsi
irMurcbison4 raade full report of the
c caiise of the de!ayand the increased
.Cvhicb gave .general satisfaction, and
vd confidence! in . the vork' that an ad
subscription -of , $ 1 0,000 Was made to
, - . '"" '".""- .- - " . - " '- V't ., . i
. it. ':..w. -; -
i rracr. Prpsideni; and- Directors were
' jyy '- rjccii)X.rjLi-i'EXi.on)fc
'(V-8 unanimously" re-elected Secret arf "and
Treasurer of tbe Company. Standard, :
: A N J N'ci dext. I bolilionists Attention ! The
y. 0. Bulletin of Friday, says :
"The other day a friend of ours wns much
surprised at seeing a negro slave, who had Leek
a runaway for a couple of years, walk into his
store, saying that be had returned of his own
free will aud accord, and that, if his old master
Lyfild only take him back it would be the bap-
j)tes nnu imH-uUip iuc, uuu t uut no ouiu never
do wrong again "Thniaster linally assented,
we believe, and the darKtsv almost became wild
. "Thi3 "chattel," as Greely calls a slave,
thought, a couple of years since, that a Northern
fealtb, and he according
ly riepartetf; leaving a kTrrt4--Aaster, more lree-
dom ttfan he was capable of appreciating, pro
tection and friendship behind him, in search of
iberty. He visited Cincinnati, travelled through
e interior of Ohio, called at Pittsburgh, hon-
Fjth&)3ker Cttv a week or two, and, we
lfieve, made a tour of the North generally.
"The sum and substance of bts experience, ?s
he states it, so we are tohJ, amounts to about
tliis : "The free negroes of the North are the
most miserable scoundrels in existence 'not
half as good as a darkey what's able to have
a master,' the 'poor white folks' objects of .un
mitigated contempt, and as for the Abolitionists,
they are meaner than all."
tided to. For further information
her at John-jjjwn. Mivirc county,
. , OiU5- vOtlNi?oi , .
5 v i.d
t!.iAM irTiAiisir, t WVJ
nl Forwarding MvrcjyAUt( !
W.vTi:n Stiikkt, " .
. VOL 113
xv no. eo-j.
' '. " ,Iart hours of John C. CalhcaiU'-' -
: ScojUHhe pfjvatcsecretary of Ir Calhoun,
has recently pabllsbed bis ;.recoHectious of a
scene .in; the last Tiourd of tbe dying tatesina n.
'Alr.Ssaysj .-.. r. ; .:-!,;- K' --
. His country, the South, ilaiVU its future was
all to him. He did not- 6re about bis own
future, v It wafs ' a small. matten in Ids rye, as
the folloying act will "show. 'For two lays be
fore be died, - whe- it " was genera uy known in
the City that be ;could -uot HT niaiy 'visiters
caHed at tlie bpuse. HisVTsiian,. V)r. Hall,
insist? tU "f0f ' bis owri " (wmfort, that be should
see. a s -fe w as possi bl e. 1 r : Cal 1 io tin acqttiesced ,
aiid added, "Mr Scovtl Icnows who I swill see
and who not."1-1, of course went to tbo front
(the day before he died)
be the Rev. Mr IJntler. I told him that, Mr
X Lady on Rfein?.
A young lady -at"Alton, Illiii'-,
following as her sentiments on ki. ;!v:
' Having seei a great ilal abont kiss;:
the Telegraph" nd .Courier 1 deem that
iugiy iiiiportant fenbject cf us much cosu
t;us. as to the 'opposite . sex. Now, i
liumble, of'ion, I. think you have saidq
enough, 'ami it is high time for s orneb.ek- 1
to talk. You don't like this woy tier .(
way- Clse J'0'11 gv'e-it ") enUrt-'U".
"Speaking of proposed kisses, that are i i
liked at all, I have ictade it my business (o i -quire'
'-among my numerous friends, ami t! y
agree witb-me that a stolen kiss is the t - t
agreeable to' -that is, considering the n
who 'steals ifV fC. -Vj certainly are t ut a!! t!
Jjnot lit .i j ,l' r.,jf 3on. hi la'inirr. r ' : '
your" own" image' during the operation, i t.
you would never find fault again. Talk of shy
ness and struggling; no wonder! when stirh dis-
gusting bipeds approach, it is miraculous (hat
Calhoun was very ill "too ill to see any one."
Mr lihUcr replied: ''
Ihat is the very reason why:hc should see j ladies do not fall into convulsions; J do -nor.
speak.'-. altogether" Ironi experience.- but from
practical I'oot-maker of some cx-
i . : i l . . l . a l J .
ie 5 line oeen --u.-tiiie laai inei e is a
f sui'plietl to tie- laiblie in the wav
for boots ami shoes. Most of the ;
iuer liiiure tne icainer or tail to
uec"sary to give to man's mi- j
jer iiuisli. He has therefore, dur- ;
loutlis. been devoting himself to '
; an article fro from these.- objee
gth ai'ter much investigation and
lv succeeded. Tlie result is dill's
Csnal ' advances nynlc au-jcousignmcnt
M M ",- .
Those indebted to the snhscriberv. il! please call and
settle. There are a good 'many bills for Corn, Hay,
Ac., (which are ca.-h articles,) t tanding on book.
THO. J. JOHNSON
.inly lath. is.4. rmi J St &ojru
uilv wishes that it
rder to estabbsii it:; superiority
II at M. i au:k s :iop opp isitv- Mr
r r i
SPUING GOO D S,
The undersigned are now receiving, and expect to
have their entire Stock in store bv the 13th instant, of
lory, llaystreit. ami be supplied
A ttn au excellent aitl.c.e at a cueap run-.
f..r -.il.-. h's LANDS, six miles
au-l about one mile from the
: i'hii.k l!oad. consisting- of
uid,-ity acres of land, suited
HvtVfee or i miner. 1 acre is also
od S;e ami Crist Mill, all in gotnl
Embracing a great variety of
FORfflUV AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
avJ5o:iiiets, Umbrellas, Parasols,
Doors and . Shoes,
Foolscati and Letter Paper.
Blank Books, Boltiug Cloths, &e. Ac. &c.
With an extensive assortment of
Ii K A 1) Y-MADE C L O T If 7.V G ;
t ., .1 t.1 : i t - ii . "i
leiatioi : also, a Dwelling, and all I -v'" v,u6" . utumnuc.
ises. in goo.1 repair. j All of which thev offer to the trade at LO W PRICES
t of two huialn-d and lifty acres, on ! mid upon ac-connnodating terms. .
ai vcr's Cret h. kno-vu as the Tarrv i Purchasers w ill find if to their interest to irive the
Dwelling House t above Stock aif lamination before making their sclec
j tioiis. --'. " ' ' "
HALL 4 SACKETT
is a snce.li Farm. :
d tra. t. th're is cut about twenty
'littue Poxrs. from two to four years
Is will be sohl on the most accom-
'ersous wishing to purchase, will
ibscr.ner, who will take pleasure in
WM. R. HOLT OX
.1 Pumps ; She; . t Lead and" Lead
1 V V I I ?I t- i i: V V E E ,
MASON' AND PLASTEIIEIL
l-'.tyrllrritlt', "V. 'o
Persons Willili.i.. v.-,.:-l; !,l his 1 1 ne will 1-e
proiuptiy at'en tod to le. ad-'ueMtig hiai at the Fayctte-
.-t ( Uttce.
vill" I o-t t Mnce.
'; ve 1 1 ' v ill--. .1 m'v
1 So I
14 -.ir-w, im
1 oit e and suet.li
I'iue. for sale bv
' ; " ' C. W. ANDREWS,;
April. I. "is.i 1 --Market Square
These I'iiiH if riitlrly V'eutf able, uiitl are m
most itii(it'rlor lUt-iliciiie ia the cure of nil Bilious fXim
r. t H.Of )!-.. J. ttr tiiinpiaint,
r. S--f '"'!. ." u'l h'tirtim. Vtvr.T of all liK-s,
itil"l itmi puiful J)Uitgtruu!ioH, unit all lin-
noo.'ci? M Iv SHAW,
lNSPIX'TOR LF TI.Ml.KR AND LUM HER.
Ws i.mim! rov. N.
"Will give prompt attention to any business in this line
intrusted tohim. lie ol'c'ts a hare of public patronage.
Wilmington. iaV .. tJ.)l. Aytll lit.X
IteaY- rACOX, LAUD, IMC'.:, and all other i
nrtieb-s in the CrtK-erv line, tor sale iy
i ,v i:t. " tL WiI(;OLl)ST)N
t rrtory Oi-iiJ
iin.l as nn Anti-Uiljn
l'rioe ctsnts yvr bo A
. s- i s-. i sj x . r k r
Brimstone Corner. This is the very ap
propriate title of the corner of a Boston street,
on which the church of Theodore Parker is
.a A friend informs us of an incident connected
W ith thi s same abolition cathedral which strictly
illustrates abolition consistency. An in vidua 1
wl bad attended the church, but found the
IKStWjfOtjUafal toge ther too strong for bis
owa.ca pa cities of (oljia7rtrjlfered bis pew for
sa.jdwtt y&yia&7yni tim unable to una a
;i, f- lie at ivutiui n tii upuu ine cunuuK
tt-of Ada iii,.,t.lti.xX lh-u ixAix-t4tv!
wii'6 and children every Sunday- till further
Lprders. lne pew was in a most conspicuous
Pahd eligible situation, and when, on the suc
ceeding Sunday, the son of Africa and his wife
tool possession, they were the "observed of all
. It was not many minutes before the occupants
of neio'hboring pews vacated their places, and
-W4ooks of indigation and disgust they cast
Hpon tlie intruders exnumeu cue true ctur'acier
of their abolition philanthropy. The next time
the negro attended church he found the pew
door lacked.but he lifted bis affectionate sprow
and same cherubs over the enclosure, then fojw
lowed himself,, listening with great cdifieatitftv
to tlvNjiolition theories from the pulpit m such
stratr,tcontrast witlr the practice of the people.
The third attempt of tbe negro to attend ser
vice was successfully ttefeated by loek-ing the
church door upon him, aud the upshot of the
rontror wns hat, th tiew -Miier's trick wns en
tirely successful, and i-a' tiontslsgave himj
tnee prices ior uis pe tiu preveui iuk
abolition theory front bl NpUy illustrat-
an cxarf y a thousand
aud inc -Jjf abolitiou
PA7 Tj-dtrrr. JTT,
This is but aucxanT
... . . . . wr t ; i
of-the msurceriiy aua int ys
I Utlii!.'. '.'lt!'S 'l f l
J.iisi fit A 'Jili .
' ..... i j. .... , 11 A v
A.t a femrile MetllI'lt incv vn UKt a cn.irm. nnn wtifu iMfn
tlifV ih'ti r tii i 1 to cum tue worst
faii'i in i li.-p fiil.
if llood. rAialize tlie rfrctila
Lilvf r, Kldiicy, aiitl other Sr
to lienltliy tone n ml auction:
is Family Mcthcint; they liave no equal.
The Snbscriber. will pavCfiio highest mark tO.ei SXiny fr.x
A rem td if for ",.;.;. h,. ratjrr?t. BrvncXiiH. Crimp. Wioopiny
umiiii'm. Xrrrnns A'fi-n.vj. PiftiKpsia. Ox-
.!. 'f..v of the Hr'tiyt. Jufiammniitut and I'd in
nlSirffarid olX ansmi from H ae-
iit'ichTattthhi rtlirr' tlie tislrrss and tod
to hexrt'i fond, in i;- ik and 0 if tpe.pt !c habits.
t'c J. MARTIN!-:.
mm j m w. w m m rm 1 w I . . . . ,
w - I IS f : T I - '
for Land Warrants
'c-ir-A School Teachers' Convention will
..!. t 7;! Harrington's Aeu'lemy. !n th village -f Car-
i.,.ni.,i. on t!:. second 'Saiurtii.v o:
i... : io foi in -i r-w -he'-s' A-.oei
;ai.io.i Ml Moore. Spe-. cl.es on appro-
he expect..'.!. Mr. Hafringtoii pro-
wahp.akteH TO BE pubely vegetable.
1 lU' ."lilrJ BCi
CC. tfiit tfi.v- j-.t.t.
t S'.n R omW.iliji I
. i i i. . I tne en i-
i i'ii promoting
. . :.. it e I ...
til eailse. oi e. tile. itl
poses to give a dinner on the occasion. All teachers
iu the County, both Male and Female, are respectfully
invited to attend. Hour ot meeting. 10 0 eiociv.
A. R. 11 L.M. i .
June 21. 09-7t CVKUS HARRINGTON.
- - -c
Hyson, Imperial and Black Tea?, of superior quali
ty, just received aud for sale by SMITH
June 2L 1851 3m
a l iiiii-ln r ) . i.i..
i-iii -irlin. s.i '.. 1.,
n cood. ri-5rilai.'
irio g" tt'nts per
MALL AND FEMALE SCHOOL.
CYRUS HARRINGTON, Principal.
Miss Wy Makuaket McEacii ix," Teacher in the Fe
'ii l JPjjpiirtiut.Mif. -
us, Assistant in the Male Department.
The Third Session. tif the School opeus July the
17th;'n-nd closes December 1st. .
Reports respecting Seholarship and Deportment will
be SL-'otuwit semi-annualiv, and no 2d.mient tound to be
harat ter will be permitted-to remain iu the
Institution. - - t .
A course of Religious Lectures will be delivered be
fore the students. .
Board from $G to 5ft per month. The subscriber
has ample aee m nn m! at i cms, and desires to take alLjhe
Female Roartlers into his own tamtly.
Tuition in both Departments $8, S10. $12 50 to $15
per Session. Extra M-usic on Piano Forte. with use
of instrument. .?-'0 : Drawing Painting. Embroidery
and French. S." each. 15 s -"
For further particulars, address the Principal or
either of the Teachers, frj
Wc will pay the highest cash price for Spirits Tur
pentine, and request Distillers to give us' a call when
in market. ;";
J. fc T. WADDILL.
G & CD.
TfiSnTi-evilLe Vs ; "Under tlu tiiary
I bead nPto-daf r.wJl be found "sjtlv Vth
of Mr Jacoj
ently at I
tributingl ils'slai' Jto'lils-imaj
ihation. K, rV 2C ning
was repested.ldiifiu st, irwildvo bearit, be
proceeded boiTTe to Us wife. lis was persuaded
I by a voicV ar-
vju may sdvy, but
i LCUIII, ilt-
t in Idj imorr.
uy ner irT u was onjy j iginauon, auu uuuiug
that be had no fever, . antUfid J'cbtnplaifljf any
unusual indisposition, she iuduted him.to return
eld. There, however, the same solemri
waVuing voice attended ftint at every step 'You
may sow, but you shall not reap!' and in a state
of .extreme- agitation, be asrain ceased work and
went borne, lie took an eajly supper, was short-
iv alter aiiacittu htowl jwuiuhz hi wc nawi,
5rc sunrke next morning was a corpse.
r.::.-terant. Tonic, an.; Aperient. One
j.r.-i. liiT,.. n-.ro pnxrrr to cure di.fse
-yri.;.. Unlearn?, or Sars-
an.i a Miupie trial of only one box
m. -. ."ii. ijnoseii iie
M. .P.J. .... n..i i cat- Ij.U1..- ... .
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A M B E R
JImtfictHrrrs and , Drakis In !
fieaily-niatle Clothing, wholesale and ; retail..
A L S O , " '" .:;:- '
A large and complete assort meat y,of Gents? furnish---
.jods-. embracing evtrv articlJents' Toilette.
AMxiERG ct CO., .
v;,:,;-,, (! oa st.. in P. .s :i 'mi we 1 1 h aeT building.
Julv 1. 1S.VL
Vbcn Kate and Ellen Bateman were in Lon
don, they were invited by the Queen to spend
one week at Windsor Castle with the royal
children. While on . their visit the Prince of
mVales for the first time took bis seat in the
use of Lords by the side of bis mother.
en he returned home, before he would allow
the glittering jewels to be taken from his breast,
he sought Kate Bateman, and finding her in the
royal nursery with bis sistfcriV and brothers, he
advanced towards her, and taking her hand, he
said:"Kate, as soon as I'm a. man,. ma's gc.ng
to trive me the throne, and then I'll make you
o . .1
I ."-in Me.tirn ra-rxil.lu -.,-
t et..i-.-r.;.. to tl. r.uT.ys nd Vitnl Or-n-y
.pittitc, ua Strengthen tlie
ex. c-ontaiain -C.-. .loses of Mwlifin.
CbII on Uir Ap-ni v,... sell tbe l iils.an.l ct-t tL jvnf:
jt!w-Jitr "iliATis. vUiliir full particulars an.t t-frtineiitea c.f n,..
"nmi t in arp ier Fnle in
. .Hag iu orth aud Soxith
t j. . l r -i . ,, H:,, T. . In f I u !
a - .faflVllIT... ii- 11 OIW I IT1UP I .11 1 .1 bl
PUeSfA W11. little Wales, if vou will be a
c (t-ontroTrrttviH t trrsorl hnr ctm p hsin nofl Wiieil OU lii'J. t',
I'll take Your
W II KLTs M lite aiK'U,
L52i?vWVT end J. N.
lit" . I - Si f r m I
a. j - - . , 4
September IS, 1
Metlical st tuicny c.iio
n,,,..,;- the mo startling "cases isrtrratd
McLane's Vermifitge bv Dr. Joan sutler, oi L.oweii,
Trunibull Co. ( hio. The case was that of a young
lady win) had been verv sick for eight years, and had
consulted a number of phvsicians. who had treated it
as cue of Prolapsus I ten. Jr. nutter was xnen canea
- . . . 1 1 At J.
in, and for a time believed witn ins pretiecesbors mai
it was a ease of Prolapsus. He. was, however, soon
forced to the conclusion that his patient wa.suaering
from worms, and after much persuasion, prevailed upon
her to take two doses of Dr. Mc'Lanes Vermifuge. This
medicine had the effect of removing from her a eount-
ntimber ot the largest size. After she passed them,
leMiPRUUiiimiediatelvretiirnpti. Sheissitiee married.
and coutinues7Hj0v excellent health.
Purchasers will be careful to ask for Dr. SFLane'is
Celebrated Vermifuge, andtake none else.
For sale by S. J. Hinsdale, FaycttevilleN. C,
mc. ill vou have the irooiiness to anlrotince
me, and tell him that I wish to converse with
him as a minister of Cod, in reference to bis
situation." .-:"."''" ' " .
1 hesitated an instant, and then remembering
that Mrs Calhoun was a communicant in the
Episcopal church, of which Mr Butler was pas
tor, I conclmled, if I wished to stand well in
her future regard, I had better forego mv de
termination of sending oil' Mr Butler, and'so I
said "wait a moment," nnd I left him standing
at the front door while I returned to the bed
side of Mr Calhoun.
God bless his glorious soul! I see him now
as I saw him then, his head propped up" by pil
lows his pale, emaciated,1 but stern and Yom-
.manding eyes piercing as an eagle's, and lixeti
upon me as I entered the room. He knew I
bad been to see some one who called.
"Who is it?" he asked.
"Mr Butler, sir."
"Why do you not bring him in at once? It
is his right, as my colleague."
"It is not Senator Butler, sir."
"IJutler? I tlon't know anv other who is
be?" -"' .;':;,.":",: :;..';-
"It is the chaplain of the Senate, sir, the
Lie v. Mr Butler." - -
"What dots he want ?" :'
"He says be has beard you are very low, and
considers it bis duty to come and talk to you
about serious matters !"
"Send him oir about bis business. To come
to talk to me bis nonsense, and at such a time
as this !." !'. '.- -'. -:.''-';". '. "':' ..
I went to the door, and informed the chap
lain that Mr C. was too ill to see him."
"You certainly must be mistaken. Does be
know it is me r" . :,.
I cu t tbe" matter short with a decided "Yes.
sir, he docs : a rid he says he don't want to see
with vour name !" - "
The Rev. Mr Butler left, and when I return
ed to the room the impudence of the call was
still in his mind. His eves were closed, but I
heard broken sentences, such as 'To call On .me
for such a purpose!" "Young man not hall
grown!" "Subject that I have thought of all
mv life." -
1 11 A T J 1
wTTlcrs AiiKe a ooning caiuron. uense ioirs ou
t , i t . i .
seTnre tfcciiir during ine winter, oy ute ass.sianct
ifL I there .perpetually
bodies fltia ting about in that part of the sea,
where I first became acquainted u;ith the fact
that the corpse of a woman floats upon its back,
while that of a man lloats upon its face. In
shorJUit Constantinople they say that every
th iifcti at is bad conies from Iwb Black Sea
the plague, the Ilussians, the fogs, and the cold,
all come from thence; and though this time we
had a line calm passage, I was glad enough to
arrive at the end of the voyage at Trebizond.
Before landing, however, I must give a passing
tribute tohe beauty of the scenery fji the
north coast of Asia Minor.- Bocks and bills
a re .its usual character near the shore, with
higher mountains inland. Between the Bos
phortis and Heraclea are boundless fields of
coal, which crop out on the side of the bills, so
that no mining would be. required to get the
coal ; and besides this great facility in its pro
duction, the hills are of siieh an easy slope that
a strain-road would convey the coal-wagons
down to the ships on the sea-coast without any
difficulty. No nation but the Turks would de
lay to make use of such a sWirce of enormous
wealth, as this coal would natural iy supply, when
it can be bad with such remarkable ease so near
to the great .Tmirititne city of Coiistaiitinople.
It seems to iKk- peculiarity in human -nature
that those who are too stupid to undertake any
what I have heard others saw 1 myself have
not-been kissed more than two or three times;
but, as I am quite young, I expect to receive
many more. One of these was administered in
first-rate style a kiss to perfection.
"A clean mouth and handsome teeth are in
dispensable requisites, "and 'they are .seldom to
be found. There is but one gentleman in Al
ton, to my knowledge, that possesses these
valuables. ow let your curiosity ransack
your-memory to discover who the favored one
is. Most of you would contaminate the check
or brow of the lady (her lips you have nothing
to do with) with the odious incense of cham
pagne, tobacco, or seeds, which are worse than
all, even though they do conceal the perfume
of the two first mentioned; for that is certainly
w hat they are eaten for. I suppose gentlemen
think wc arc entirely ignorant of their use, but
we all know verv well.
"The very idea of one who professes to be nn
elegant gentleman to appear in the preseiiee of
ladies with his pocket well stored with these
abominable seeds, and at every sly opportunity
abundantly supplying the mouth, is absurd.
For the future, if you w ish to kiss a lady w ith
out her blushing aud struggling, dispense with
these disagreeable articles, and I'll guaranty
you will have no unnecessary trouble."
Washington ix ax E n g u s ir I! v.v, i m k n t . - -TI u
Liverpool Times of a late date, gives a long ;u
count of the 28th regiment in the English ser
vice. It is one of those recently embarked for
the present seat of war, and although from
time to time, its ranks have been Jnany times
thinned and replenished again, its ancient his
tories are preserved and held iu remembrance
by the new recruits. During the revolution,
Mini lvivii!i fn thr " lima l-inrr' not .f the u nr l.c-
Twceii -rnrvoipn i es an tr tn e frro in c r e o u m ry; i n c
twenty-eighth' was stationed in America, and
Washington, then a young man, held rank in
it. It was fit the seige of Quebec, when Wolfe
fell and performed sterling service at "Water
low, and afterwards was engaged iu India. In
its ranks were many Masons, and from the ac-.
count-which" we .take from the Times, it wculd
seem that a Loibre must have been held 'in due
form,. -by it-s veterans. The incidents related
in the following sketch, are of the mo:-t pleas
ing ''' character, and afford another to the very
many evidences that 'the brethren are never
forgotten each other:
Before the breaking out of the war which
ended in the formation of the United States
From "Travels in Armenia," a recently pub
lished work by the Hon. Robert Curzon, we
extract the following :
"Fcna Kara Vcgaiz. "The Bad Black Sea."
This is the character that stormy lake has ac
quired in the estimation of .Us neighbors at Con-
s-taiit1 .iwnJo Of 1000 'I'lVrLisli vesid vcbbdi
skinOver its waters everv year, 500 are llvcpu t!,eA1?bt11' statlIO,1LMl 1,1 A
tovrecked as a matter of course. Tlfind f orge W ashmgton then n you.
sometimes will blow from all the four quarters
leaven within two hours time, agitating the
of which the Turkish vessels continually mistake
tw. n..C. f ir.ilIoYWolln.l tb. P .lso li
lll V Villi till vv V i v f vuiivm .mv -- V ''-'ii I i ! 1x1 i
, 1 1 .i -.i:t.. ." ... i luinsen o dtoseo io tne very iroons wiut wi.om
iorenjPjunce oi tue iospnoirjji, nu are . ,,-' , i mm t i ,
5 f j," I iCxt , , 1 he had formeilv served. 1 he Lug-lish were dc.
w i (iw i iiieie itiiitiuiiin. a iiuc neiu uuuti i .. ,
held some command in it.
ed a free-mason's lodge
There was establish-
111 tltt t'otrl hiotit tS
hV 111 Laly I t I lilt Ml, " ' 1
which the President iu embryo was a member.
Washington's connection with the regiment,
from the course of events, became dissolved,
a:id during a subsequent engagement he found
j feated, nnd the chest .'which cwitauti tl the ma
sonic emblems lell into the hands of the Ameri
cans. '' When it was examined, Vasliiug ton
found that it contained, among other things,
the Bible which had been in the service of tin;
lodge. The chest, With its contents, was hon
orably and promptly returned to the 2sth, with
all due 'military honors; sin act of delicacy and
courtesy which the men of the '28th, and 1 1 r
masons particularly,; warmly j'.ppreciakd. A
gain the ;' English were. vors ted, aud the cl. st
captured, and again was it. returned in a sirni-
Iar way. Hie IJible in (pnstion is Mill m pe
session of the regiment, and is h Id in great re
verence by the brethren of the craft. Our friend
(a mason ) to whom we are indebted for the above,
saw the Bible lately in Manchester, where ir,
was produced at a-meeting of the Lodge of
Virtue, which some .officers of the iih'th attcml-
Great institution, the mauys.
lowing and s.ee :
Many a nice young man leads a naughty life,
Many a sweet young maid makes a. sorry
Manv a single man is anxious to wed,
Many a married man wishes his spouse dead ;
useful work are frequently jealous of the inter- j JJy r k.nsman is hut little akin,
I 11 ititi i 1 1 n 1 1 l twirciiti tn L- into cm
stucly some honorable? p
case into consideration."
, The latest and most wouderful cure effected
by a patent medicine is the following : A boy
had swallowed a silver dollar. None of the
faculty could devise auy alleviation, whereupon
tbe inventor of the patent medicines was sent
for. "It is evident," said he, "thM so consid
erable a coin can never be forced by any emetic
known to science. However, let bint take this
pill,' and flattering consequences will be likely
to ensue." A" bour afterwards, tbe boy threw
up tbe dollar in small change, ' principally five
ference of others who are more able and willing
thau .themselves, as the old fable of the dog in
the manager e.mpliliis.
A Mistake. The statement copied into the
Intelligencer, this morning, from the Elmira
(Ohio) Republican, saying that at the recent
trial of Mr John A. Collier, late Collector ol
the port of San Francisco, at Xev. York, on a
suit instituted Ly the (iovertiment to recover
the balance due... from him, ; the sealed verdict
rendered exonerates him from all indebtedness
to the United States, ami charires them with a
balance of $31,000 due him, is iu all probabili
ty, wholly incorrect. The matter has to be de
cided by the United States circuit court for the
southern district of New York, in ninety days
after the close of the trial, on a case stated."
No judgment has yet been rendered by the
court to the knowledge of any of the Govern
Since Collier's ? arrest by the marshal of
nt ' : i .aI 1 ,,1....... f tt. ..1
unio, unuer me penm tiuuec ui inc urireitsury i crimeii-wet-a man wituot
act, his sureties have paid into tbe Treasury LpflN ifn by the world as
e u overt-' '
Miinv a pious person falls into sin;
Manv a good doctor cures ltsc: than he
Many an honest lawyer cheats in his bills;
Many a rich 'merchant spends more than he
Many a millionaire will never pay his ilcbts;
Many a line -bard cannot sing his own so;.,-,
Many a just judge cannot right hi? ow n v. rtm
Many a despo is to others a .slave,
Many a great eV ward in trifles is brave;
Many a great hero is liable to faint,
Many st good Christian is less than a saint ;
Many uvlucky . tradesman loses his all,
Many aftHig statesman meets with a fall:
Many a Cmean- miser gives alms to the poor,
Many ajline gentleman is worse than si bore;
Many a.ureat felon is little to blame,
Many a pVoud ruler is worthy of shame.
Av Old Proverb Cox-tramc'teh.- Xotwitf-
standinaiL the proverb that "poverty is n
eta man without money is invarialuy
one without prinnf-'-
ment. $10,000, which leaves bis account ver n-weekly mail, to be transp.orted ia haews,
on account of his indebtedness to the
mnt. 10.000. which leaves bis accc
different from its condition whn tbe suit abov
referred to was commenced. WasA. Star.
en established between Fair Bluff, N. C,
Jn'njborough, S. C.
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