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, ,i WM. J. YATES.
ST A ill R
Hats, Ca; s, Bo
"Which will Ic soldi
i i i r
. ti i n
n i n
UU -i- J.UMJ- LI ZR1 AVL
.. 1 . ., : . . . . . . T ' '
to Politics, Ihc Markets, Forciga and Foiucstic Xcyrs, ' Literature, Agriculture,
and- General Inforinatiori-. TWO iBoLLAllS IN ADVANCE.
EAYETTEVILLE,,N. C., SATTJPtDAY, . DECEMBER 30, 1854.
ore a LARGE STOCK OF
r go on s,
ts, Siioes, Silk and Straw
.reilns, and Ilcady-niadc
to "WHOLESALE. BUrEHS, I
The attention of Merchants is particularly invited to
solicited and satisfaction guar-
An jr. 16, 18j4.
Our Fall aml'Wii
J. 15. .STARR.:
J. M. WILLLCJS.
1 8 5 4
' NOTICE. ' . .
It being my desire to removo to the West, I will: sell
my tract of Land coutaining Four Hundred Acres, in
two division, abont one mile apart, on the west side
of llo.i Swamp, adjoining the lands of Messrs J. V.
I'owelt and Alex. Fulmcre, and front 'five tosjslx mile
from I'opeVLaudiDg on .Lasibcr, Rivet. The Land is
well timbered and line for cultivation. Some of the
laud on the Hay will produce fifty bushels of corn s to
the aero. Those w ishing to purchase will please call
on the subscriber at hia residence. l , ; 'ic:
Dec 9th. 1831 '23-3t . .-,
NOTICE. ; :
The undersigned having obtained Letters of Admin
istration on the estate of Miss Flora Bolin at Decent tft&!'
Term, 185. of CumWrland Court of Pleasand QuavteH tliC time they, are falsifying fdCt. and
Sessioas. hereby uotiftes all persons -; having claims ycrtingtruth. - Ihey mislead southern w
agahn-t the estate of his intestate, to. present thtyndnlt hx. jftterantinij to nrove the soundness Of t
: NOItTII CAROLINIAN.
' , " FAYETTSfrlLLE. -V. C.
"Worthy of Consiiieiution. Tlie followinir
article, which is copied from the Winchester
(Virginia) democrat, should be carefully read,
and as carefully pondered over:
. "The. great body of northern democrats are
truo to the constitution. They alone are will
ing to act with the South, tfnd they alone de
fv nd Jier at the -North. Some of 'the southern
'-vhig papers still combat this truth; They
slander the northern democracy, knowing well
v , - r " - , ' r - .--
JIorn.aDlrin at Salt Late CKj
Elder. Hyde's lasphemous deftnet cf polygamy
There is scarcely a gathering of the Sainti
at which their patriarchs and elders do not do
scantAvarmly in support of their characteristS
doctrine of polygamy. It appears to be aoi'
snbipet with thpin mid thpv nervert tl;e ":-'Serif
-j ...... . i --.. it
tures iu the most outrageous manner to sustahj
their position V At the grand conference in thH
taberjiaclc, on the Gth of October when thoC
sands from all parts of the Territory were- ai
senlbIcd,, Elder Orsoii Hyde, who. is one of.- th
V0LU3IK XV NO. 82C.
For Hie Carolinian.
hi U-t appeal to the rarr.;?is or ."iorfh 'r.
It has been nearly three years fine-' I ..
o deVote tny tiiise and wettability J.; : -
he advancement uf the f:irr:i!i;-- i;.Ui (-!
JafQliua. -. Jt was apparent to mo, ai. l!i t i'i
hat the most ellicicut measis whu-h had
ributed most in the a'vueeuieut of atrrk-uli:;
11 other States, were agriculturul pap- i- ai
bounty and State Agrinitural Stcit tii s. Y
;his conclusion, I letermii:ed atotn-e to i'i;! 1!
ish a paper devoted ei 'ei;il! v to ll;(
ij jierit of agriculture in North Carolina
ter Stock of
HARDWARE, BOPTS, SIIOES. HATS, CARS,
RE A D Y-JfADE CL O TIIIJ'G,
FAYETTI VILLE POST OFFICE.
Raleigh Iail, ('2 horse coach.)
Due Daily at fi a. :, Closes daily at Z p. m.
Warsaw -fMin. (4 horse coach")
Due dniiv. except '. Sunday, at i o'clock, a. m.
'l.,pfs daily, except Saturday, at 3 p. in.
. ChekajOJaii., (Sidkey.)
Due Tu'-sday, Thurllay and Saturday, at, 1 i a. m.
Ci'rs Sunday, Tuf-day. and Thursday, at li i. :n.
Wn.MixuToy viii JIizabethlown) Sulkey.
Due Sundav, Wedi duy, and Friday, at 1 a. m.
Cloaes Sunday, Tu day. "and Tliiiid.iy, at U p. in.
Sat.ku-Mail, n Plank Boad, 2 horse hack.
Due Sunday, Wed esjay and Friday, at 3 p. m.
C1jkm Monday, W4lnfsday and Friday, at 3 p. m.
M K!)X C. J . (via LunilK'Vtoti) Sulkey.
Due Tti'.duy and itirday. at 10 ). m.
Cher's Wi-dnesdayitod Saturday, at I p. m.
Swikt I Lxm Mail (via Troy).
Due Tuesday at G4. m. Closes Tuesday at 9 p. m.
Mail i ; S rni c k la x j s I)kiot. '
Due Tuesday at in. Closos Tuesday at 2 p. m'.
Mail to i i.cktiitowx (via Terebinth.)
Due WVdm-aday a 7 m. Closes Moaday at 0 p. m.
; J. E. BRYAN', 1. M.
Bt a lit u J. i:
i f k;i:o.
V X C T O U
ifajfettevillv, N. C. j
t let. 1, 1S53.
xi;r falivAXD wiyri-n goods,
Opposit " the Cape Fear Bank.
. ON ICS k L171T
Have ti'v in S ore a l.vie and handsome Stock ot
FA LI '& V.'INT!:-R COODS.
Seb .-t l during nc jtast laotith. by one of the firm,
in t New York Market, comprising -a large Stock ot
SU;de iual Fane J) II V U I) O 1) S,
Hoots -Shoes a iid Umbrellas,
Tgi!ir with i larg: a?si tmont of tine FAMILY
ilia M'i;UlKS. ( tufrctium ri- Ac. all of which thev
ar ; vtvpred to "Tef to th'ir customers, and all those
wishing to pun I ie select goods, at the lowest market
pric. 'T-iSr Pi Iai-c taken in exchange for goods.
REEBF.N v f;:s. J. W. LETT.
s-t. Hi, is." y-pd
A 33. Campbell,
AvcTtoxEi it .eor,i."U'msiox mkkoiiaxt,
J'a.s 6id f FilKpie street,
. ."FAK-m:v5i.i.i:f X. C. . -
O t. l.'T I. is I. f
BAU AfINS! r.AIUJ AINS !!
Th 'indersJc et has now in Store his Fall and Win
ter tick.of Ot ODS, consisting of a gem-ral u.-oort-ment
, t dry coyus a.yi) anocuiuEs,
Hats. Caps. Ri infs. Roots and Shoes. Sa.tinets, Cas
itiu'r 's. Liime Flannels. Muslin-d'-Lains, Alpaeeas.
.Shawls, Crava'.-1 4e. CotVee. Sugar, Molasses. Tobac
co, Ac. tc. A o, agenerafand well selected stock
of REAl)Y-Mi,,)B CLOTIiiNO. consistiiwr of Co.-ts,
W-t4. PanW.Hriri and Tndvr-sliirts. -
Ail imautine: apinm and pearl Candles; pepper, spice,
sKlaialus, t-tardi, line chewing tobacco. Ac.
Produce tuhjn in exchange for Coods at market
pri.Mf. . '
; R. D. DAVIS.
North sid of Jerson St., nevt door to F. D. Breece.
N'."B.A11 (ergons indebted to me by note or ac
count aTO; res ect fully requested to call and settle im
meiliaiely, as longer indulgence will not be given.
Oct. 1, ,1K : j y R. D. D.
Is now in Store and
bv far the largest ai
have ever offered to
examination of evervi
August 19, Is.-.l
ready for inspection, embracing
1 most extensive assortment w-e
me trade, and is well worthy the
Merchant visiting this place.
paid to orders.
HALL A: SAUIvLl T.
Are now receivind
Hats, Caps, Bo
Hoots, amd Shoes, &c. kc.
With an extensive
All of which th
and upon uccommod;
r rom bng exper
bus i n e ss , t h e y h u e t t
BOOTS AN!) M
Also a ireneral assor
In addition to our
good, v.e will i;i a l
Which we will ell b
to puyctual custom
French and Ea
Brigade, plaid aid plain
Muslin and I'obinft
M! iuo and other
Calico jfnd Giatrh
Silk and CoUou
Best made' Bolth
A large stuck of
With ma-nv other Go
by the package at
oifcred wlndesale or
Setfni'oer .l.'y. D
AND NEW GOODS.
their Fall and Winter StocV ed-
r a o on s.
nets, Umbrellas, -Parasols,-;
ortmenl of Read v-made Clothing.
tler to )urchasers at low juices
ence. ana ov strict attention lo
merit ashare of public patronage.
B. F. PEAf.'CE.
J. B. FERGUSON.
17. lSal. f
l k McDonald,;
rs to P. Shemwell.)
Stai-le axh Faxct
' i' GOOJ)S,
L10ES, HATS AND CAPS.
incut of Straw & Silk BONNETS.
tH k now on hand, which is very
w Uavs receive a new smnlv ot
.YARLIJ (i GODS,
w fur cash or on reasonable time
w. b. shemwell.
a. n. McDonald.
East side Green Street.
23, lN.-l. y
make inimeUale payment.
December 9 th, 18.VI
JOHN L. BETIIEA.
LONDON PORTER !
( CASKS Bryas? London Porter, quarts, and pints,
just received, and for sale by the cafck or dozen, by
J. X. SMITH.
Dec. G. IS.) 1. 2 3-It ---- .:
The Subscriber offers for sale hi Plantation on
Little Pee Dee, lying in the County of Robeson, N. C.,
and Marion Dif-trict. S. C, containing 1,000 Acres;
I2a of which are cle?ftMl and in a high state of cultiva
tion embracing both light and stiff toils. These Lands
arc heavily timbered with Piue and Oak, ami admira
bly located for the Lumber. Timber and Turpentine
business. There is upon the premises a comfortable
Cottage- and all necessary out-buildings, also a Saw
and G.rist Mill, all new and located upon "a perma
nent fctreani, aial operating upon the latest and most ap
proved plans. Persons wishing to buy will please call
e-oon as such a bargain is seldom presented. -
Apjdy to the subscriber personally, near Qneons
dale P. O., Rolson. or to W. MeL. McKay, Fayette
ville, who can give any information pertaining to the
Terms will be unusually favorable.
'"'- M. McRAE.
Dec. 9, 1651, 23-3t
VALUAELK XEGiiO SALE.
"Wiltbe- sold to the .highest bidder, on Saturday the
30lh of Dt comber, at Florai ColIegeTthe negroes be
lor.cring to tho lute Sallie McEachin. in the'followinsr
order, viz : PEGGIE and three children. CHAT,
JACKi LOTTIE and LIZA. A credit of ne month
will be given to purchasers. HEIRS AT LAW.
Dec. !. l.;51. 23-4 1
I it f it w . 1A t iitirtli lui t Vi o ri in Aru . 21 tZ VlV 11 1 l U ll - . V V 1 1 fl l II l "?((' tl 1 1 H1 C 'A 1 t ' ! ! n 1 .
don-u to graves saddened by the desertion v v " V : ,n 1,lim(ir,fr(,1(i(iN
tl,oso lor whom they b.ttkd, , Koth were Pr?T " ; f V
W the terrible ordeal of c.tnciliehcy. ' ' . .. ""T' 7.Z7 . r.., th.,t ,!.. ,.. ' . . . . .
both fell under the ignominious pandering
to northern fanatics..; Both were '"r"'" .!,;,,; I
i roar nnni nur ui u utr rn iru i iwi i iumii i j ir t . k i .
j a m e s kyl i:
I la's, Caps, U
lor.-' whicti are.
.h Merinos, verv cheai).
A man "witl, anna'l family to take charge of mv
Plantation nejr puyelteville, on the first of January
next, as an Oier-( r. Evidence of sobeV aud indus
trioas habits ill be remiired.
tf : !
JNO. V.'ADDILL, Jr.
BRICF MASON AND PLASTERER,
Inyet-viIIr, N. C
lVrsons Wj.nUng work, done in his line will be
promptly attsudfd to lv addressing him at the Fayctte-
11 k .A i tIL
vi iu- rosi in -c.
Kayettevil - Jan'y 28. 1S54
EAKCZ: &, I'KKOlijO.V,
4ab'rs in Foreign and Domestic
- jt J DRY GOODS.
C(i-f jjioofs, Shoes, JTi!ibreU(is and
North s,i iHay street. Faykttkvii.i.k, N. C.
Stricj attention paid to orders.
' f B. F. PEARCE.
J. B. FERGUSON,
Hyon, lijperial and Oolong, all of first qualitv.
fur saie. ry j
firm ot G. W. i. GOLudTC
dav dissolved bv mutual consent.
G. W. I. GOLDSTON.
R. W. GOLDSTON.
Nor. 17th, 1K3-1.
THE SUBSCRIBER having purchased tho interest
of R. W. (ioldston in the late tirni of G. W. I. Gold
st(n &. Co., will still continue to carry on the
Grocery auil Hardware TStilu-ti
at the old stand. He invites all his friends to call on
him when, tlri'y come to market, and he will try to
make himself useful.
(I. W. I. GOLDSTON.
Nov. 17th, IS5I. 20-tf
Will return from tL
very large sttcl: of
And the latest ft.v
PATTERNS r Ciotb
Cloaks; Collars. U
Also a-verv liandso
She returns thank
her pitrous and fii
ves anu l .oslav".
bawls, long and square, .
Cloths. - .
i EADY-MADE CLOTHING,
wis. all t)f which being )iirehaped
the late reduced prices, will be
retail at very low price.-.
I have now in Store (received within two weeks
past) the LARGEST STOCK of
E ART HEX WARE -
ever offered in this. Market, comprising a gen
eral assortment of
BLUE ov.d P1XK EE IX TED,
WHITE GRAXITE, '
1'A I XT ED. f-nrl
P ,w1 rn i . ir .
jtJiilitIi 1 t;.i, tttiU 1U1ILI litllfi
These Goods if ere imported to' my own order,
j EXl'KKSSLY TO SUIT the FaVCttOVl'lle WlIOLESALK
I have as usual, a good supply of
C III XA and GLASSWARE.
&Sf"OucKii3 111 be carefully Tilled at the
Bee.: 9, ISoi.
W. N. TILLING HAST.
. SO. l-.i4 13-tf
VAIAj. AND WISTLIt GOODS.
Are now nf'ceivina
consisting of a 1
This Stock we arc
Jtey AVe a?k
men to examine ohr Kersv?
Hats and Shoes.
We dislike to alb
these hard times, Ln
accounts have been
would call aud pay
convenient to call inf
would almost conse
That convenient 1
hart, situated on .M
oirered for Rent. I
Nov, 24. If 54.
100 Firkins (V
,r0 - A
Nov 24. 21-tf
Nr.rth the 11:
jer w lib a
LOOK AT THIS.
On Person Strcrt. 5 door ca of Cape Fear Sank.
O VERB Y
f Respectfully return thanks to the citizens of Fa vet I c
f vilie -uiu stirror.udiiig coimtry ior the liberal patronage
i they have received, and hone bv strict attention to
:e of DRESS TRIMMINGS an d im-iuess to merit a continuance ol the tame. -w.d
Yehet Mant illas. Talmas, and I . They Lave on band the following articles, viz :
Ier-Sb:'ves. a;:d inside ('arses. 1 , , . T , . .
e assortment of HEAD-DRESSES -J fa;luUN ol.tuhorent kinds, iiuggy and Carnage
i j II.;in;e.ss' of ddlerent qualities, Road. Wagon
for former pat ronage. and hopes llanicss, such as breeching, &c. -
c.ls will call before purchasing! Saddle Bags, riding Bridles of different ; styles and pri-
i ices. ,;;!i ting.iles. Halters and Halter Bridles; a large
j assortment of Buggy Whips: also drover's, dray and
j wagoti- whips ot a good article; wagon, Bridies, Collars
j and Ho.r?!e..s of the very btu;t material--.and' workman
! ship; Carpid Bags-, Trunks, Bnifulo -and; Bear Skins for
j sunlle ar.vl trunk covers. Horse Blankets, aud a good
i manv other articles.
They" wtil warrant all work to be of good workman
ship and Material.
Those wishing to pure hase articles in our line are
reonested to call and examine our Stock before pur-cha.-ing
Fayetteville. Dec. 2, 1So4. Cm
.1. S We particularly request all those in
debted to us to couie forward and settle, a3 we are in
need of money and must have it. - J 9 -
HOl'STON i OYER BY.
7' ii' i nnrr.T.
HAY STREET. j
their Fall and Winter GOODS, !
rge antl well selected stock of
HATS and CAPS,
Boots and Shoes,
Saddlery and Leather,
Heavy articles in the
and staple Dry Goods.
prepared to job or retail. ;
he Planters and Turpentine
de to unpleasant subjVcts during
if our customers w hose notes and
ving over for one and two years.
s. we would be thankful. If not i
person, remittances w ill do. We I
it to pay postage fbc the sake of
& T. WADD1LL, Day street,
TIIOS. J. JOHNSON
Ilasjust received and is receiving a large and well
selected Stock of - -
; Gnicerit'. Ilaidivare nmt Cntlrry,
White Lead. Putty, Coopers' Tools, Truss .".-.. IIo'rs,Tr
I ruiiKs iV Larj)et bags. A line lot ot Ltcsf, t rock aud
Over Coats. Paats and Yests. Also a heavy Stock of
Boots and Shoes, Blankets. Kerseys, Wool Hats, tc.
esidence beonfjing to Miss E llv-
:tson and Raitord street?, is now
br terms apply to '
ll i a new supply.
liey Yirginia) Butter.
he county Butter.
WILILIAM B O W
S AND GROCERIES,
PAJIILV PROVISIONS, &r.
Eoct of Ilaymount, Fayetteville, N. C
All persons inde
count, are reqneste
December 2. 18."
ted to me, either by note or ae-
to call and stttla by the f rt of
they will find their accounts iu r.n
x or ice.
Those indebted to nie will please call and let me
know Avheu it will be convenient for them to settle.
S-2r A line New Close Carriage, to time purchaser,
or cash. , -
I gentle Harness Horse, price $175.
THOS. J. JOHNSON.
Dee. 2, 1854. 22-tf
120O ACRES COAL LAM)
The subscribers being desirous of moving West, now
otfer their Laud for sale. The Land ..is situated be
tween Eypt and the Gulf, on flie south, side of Deep
River, for two miles up and down the said Riv-cx.
There are 1200 acres of the Land, with' some-4'J0or
500 acres under a good state of cultivation; the bal
ance Timber land. The Land lies a quarter of a mile
south of the Coal out-crop, (dipping under the said
land) the coal has leen shown on tv o sides of the said
land not more than mile from it. Geologists say it
is all ; underlaid with Coal, but the subscribers not
thinking of selling until very recently Lave never had
a search made for the Coal, but have no doubt that if
lacarch wa made the coal would be found.
M ill. a goodi)vr f 1 1 'i n g ' li o u se nIum t or One pet oi t
Stables, large eno'iigTi fo 2f head of Wnles,'alP tinder I
W. S. FOWLKES.
Debts duo the estatfe of Judeo Stransre (on account of
the Ute ales) w ill He put in the hands of an ofiieiv for
collection, unless sehled by the 1st Jan'v next.
Nov 24. 21-tf L GEO. IfcNOLL. AdrnV.
there is no exense. They' endanger the coun
try by keeping up antipathies to the only party
which is true to the Union and the constitution.
They battle against the name -of democracy
from the, mere force of habit. They call on the
names , of Clay and Webster as though they
could in the dark tombs hear, aud hence utter
some magical word to restore the party to its
departed glory. But they cannot hear. Roth
of their party
buried in great pomp; but how true of them as
ot the old immortal -
''An hundred ciiios claimed the Homer dead,
Thro' which the living Homer begged for bread."
Am ericas' Volunteers for the Russia x
Service. Mr Rose; ve It, a lawyer of New York,
who sailed in the Haltic last week, en route for
St. Petersburg, it is said, is to be raised to a
Generalship in the Russian army. Several
other Americans it is reported, went out in the
Baltic to proceed to Russia. The N. Y. Sun
"Mr Rosevelt has been engaged for the last
two months in sketching the plan and calculat
ing the costs of a campaign all of which are
reduced to paper, and capable of being rolled
tiji into a compas sufficiently small to enable
him to secrete it on his person -'-without fear of
detection. There are several persons of stand
ing in this city who are familiar., with -the plans,
having goJ their information from Mr Rosevelt.
They state that it is the intention of the Czar,
in the spring, to open the campaign on the
most formidable foundation, and to carry the
war into Great Britain itself."
We learn from the Danville Register that a
lad some fourteen years of age, son of Mr Dan
iel Albany, of Leaksville, N. C., came to his
death a few days stuce, by the accidental dis
charge of -his gun while hunting. : It appears
Urnf-Ato was holding ids guu in his hand with' tha
muizle ranging directly under his chin", when
hit-dog, hi fondling on him, struck the trigger
witTPhis .foot, causing the gun to lire and lcxlge
its contents in the head of the unfortunate
votith. He was mutilated in a shocking man-
nev aud survived but a short time.
" It is a principle in our republican system
equally sacred and fundamental that it is the
duty of all men to worship God according to then
dictates of their own conscience, ami J. hat no
man should be proscribed, cither because of the
place of his birth or of his religious faith. If
this principle be right, it would seem to be
wrong to form secret associations, bound togeth-?
er by the most solemn oaths, to proscribe and
enforce a religious test, or any other test, for
office or public trust under the United . Stat.es,
other than that which is authorized and sanction
ed iu the constitution." Judge Douglas.
It was Bishop Horner's opinion that there is
no better moralist than a newspaper. He says:
"The follies, vices, and consequent miseries
of multitudes displayed in a newspaper, are so
many beacons .continually, burning to turn
others from the rock on which they have been
shipwrecked. What more powerful dissuasive
from suspicion, jealousy and anger than the
story of one friend murdered by another in a
duel? AVhat caution likely to be more effectual
against gambling and profligacy, than the
mournful relation of an execution or the fate
of a despairing suicide? AVhat finer lecture on
the necessity of economy, than the sanctions of
esiites, houses and furniture? Only take a
newspaper, and consider it well pay for it
and it will instruct lAec."
; A rather singular Marriage Contract was a
few days since entered into in Tennessee. . The
wife is worth a cool fifty thousand. The hus
band is the rightful owner of a magnificent
goatee. The contract was as follows: Art.
1st. The husband is to have no iuterest in the
tate. Art. 2d. He is not to collect aiii?
the concern. Art. 3d. The beloved
huiband is not to chastise or control any of her
servants without the wife's consent. Art. 4th.
The husband binds himself to pay the wife one
huudred aud fifty dollars per anuum for board
and to have his lodging gratis.
Mental and Corporeal Suffering. There
is a very pretty Persian apologue on the dif
ference between mental and corporeal suffering.
A king and his minister were discussing t lie
subject, and differed in opinion. The minister
maintained the first -to be more- severe, and to
convince his sovereign of it. he , lock a lamb,
broke its leg, shut it up, and put food before it.
He took another, shut it up with a tiger, w hich
was bound by a strong chain,1 that the beast
could; spring, near, . but not seize the lamb,
and put food also before him. In the morning he
carried the king to see the effect of the experi
ment, i The lamb with the broken leg had eaten
up all the food before him the other was
found dead from fright.
Persons indebted to the Fubscriliers-by account
must positively pay up. Logger indulgence cannot
'tr nrifi" in thfi rliurr-h delivered a lomr adtlre
irrsupport of his right to maintaiu a T hareii J to travel over the State ami exhort the i
He charges at the outset that a large mojorii 4 to .form County Agricultural Socic-tiv.
-r of, t ho so-ca etl Chnstuins atlont the nracticrf t-.' it..-, iu cm
From them, he argues 'denunciations of the sfff ?v nai: cqaat io ineuece.sJ-ary. expi ...se.s
tern of a plurality of wives come with nn ll publication. J have been now nearly th;v
grace. He next quotes Abraham, Isaac, Davfcl, as; I stated -.above, tic voting my time
and Solomon, as having practised polyganfyj work, without ;one particle of rv:..;i., :
and argues that the Mormons but follow thf' a" .at. this t'"1. J hac only six to- :. !.:
example. He then advances the startling itlia subscribers to "the rarnicr's douraa!..
that Jesus Christ, the Savior of the AYorld. wa3 l 'l l,nP01 1,1 i (lcvoti exciu,
hick, -and other out buildings suitable to a farm, i
Any person wishing o enter into the Coal speculation j J'OJ
w niild do. well to give the subscrilers a call as thev are u to -,
determined on going' West. Address Oakland R. O., ' fnr Barrels after So da vs.
OW.O.Y 1IA.X1) AJVJJ FOR SALE,
cash. Interest will be chaiged on accounts
Chatham County N. C.
Nov. 1 8. 1 S. !.
F. M. & J. G. FOOSIIEE.
A superior article for sale by
J. N. SMITH.
1 n-L.ve Iforrr-lc lofh i Q f orn r f Afsjrff C-Ckulc
& Johnson, or at James G. Cook's, will le attended to.
125.000 BRICK will be rf-uIy for delivery about the
15th of October from . in r Brick Yard in Campbellton.
- f O. W. LAWRENCE.
Mary's Gan, Sept. 2?, ltol RJ-tf
itr tears uiiou
fourth wiDinsr-them with the hair of her head-l
and infers that they must have been his wives
"for," says he, "if I (Elder Orson Hyde, wcr
to go round tints, it would appear moustroua il
the eyes of the world, and I should receive
coat of tar and feathers, and be ridden on a 1'ail
and it is my opinion the world would treat "th
Savior in t he same way, did he go about toy
as he did 1800 years ago." ( ;
He then quotes from the 53d chapter f ?
Isaiah, which, he alleges, sjieaks of Christl, h
the way through. It is there said, "AVhen tbp 1
slialt make his soul an offering for sin, he sha I
see his seed." Now, says Elder Hyde, "i h;
has 110 seed, how could he see them?" By Ian I
by Isaiah goes on to sav, "Anel who shall dccjfla tw
ins' generation?" Elder Hyde asks "If hejha J
uo generation, who could declare it?' ; r j
The Elder then descends to particulars, iii.l
actually asserts that Ma"ry and Martha wer e
wives of Christ. ; r '
A Fool and UU Honey 6.oon Par let!.
'Six Thousand Dollars lost iu a Cavilling iffi 1,
' '' :,-"- -V I-. "::.--;-."-.:.- -.v . ; :? Jt '
About a month since we stated, that aip6r
mechanic residing cu. Seventh street, ii 1.1 is
city, named William L. Walker, had receiverf;.i
telligence of the death of an uncle in Baltiipp'e,
by which he came into the possession of f j ,ie
thousand dollarSj all in cash. Mr AValkcirJ 1
mcdiately, upon the receipt of this .iuforais!Ki-t
gave up ins situation in Henderson's carpr.Cjr
shop, and 'starred 'for the monumental citf ti
receive his fortune. Upon his arrival in 0 '.1
more, he learned that the money to which lil id
faneu heir, was in such condition that it i(M Id
not be obtained for six mouths. Young Wi k
er, anxious to get the money "on sight', "oa"vr
ed to take $.S,o00; for the whele amounf, iid
finally did sell his claim for $8,000. OveV.-xl
at the success which had attended H!"'' he
hastened back to h'rs home. Five. hundrcileal
lar's Avas expended the next day. aftf r his fe I rii
in purchasing new furniture, .. &c., for his hdt i'l
The old furniture was scut ' to W odd rti (I'sl 1 ud
disposed of at auction, the whole being sold ; of
$47, such was its inferior character. Walt er';
with his little family, rented a heui.se onlUiig
worth street, at $300 dollars a year, ino im
pended (juite a sum of money in having it. re
pa in ted and white-washed. Walker feeing
himself independent enough to play the gentle
man, cornmeuced frequenting the salooatS nd
restaurants on Third street in the day ticif-f nd
the theatres .at'night''vHe-.fna'de,.acqnahUt-;'ces
speedily, and very liberally treated thei to
ovsters and other refreshments, and -inpH''-irn
his new friends invited him to play cartU 'ind
billiards Jtt their expense. The new spliei 5 in
which he was enjoying himself so cclifeij his
better judgment that he was soon )ersui ftt'j'l to
visit the gambling rooms. At first he Ji at
nearly every game, and accumulated fa irly
$300. Night after night he continued rifting
these sinks of iniquity, one of which is ot- ted
on Third street, until he had lost over sir ,wti
sand dollars of the fortune he had receifed but
a few weeks since. AValker savs that wht he
had lost four thousand dollars of the 111,11 ?r he
would have stopped, had he not expect el to
get the sum back by continuing the ganje. He
lias now, however, stopped, and has sougH re
elress in one of our courts of justice, -Brides
the line furniture, clothing, &c, he ; pureh sed,
he has only $1,700 of the" $8,000 left, tuj pro
mises hereafter to remain at home, ami not
snuander v.hat is left, but resume his dailvaibor
and attend closely to-the interests aud'wf fary
of his family. Cin. Gaz., Wed. i7
Negroe3 Returxed. The Ste. Gque'icve
(Mo.) Plain Dealer says, that four ncgro.u; be
longing to Col. E. Ar. Bogy, who raV 'iway
from the Pilot Knob, a few days ago, hav' re
turned of their own free will.; They arp mart
enough to know that they are better offiltj their
present situation, than they would bef I nong
the free negroes of Canada, or the bloKosed
abolitionists of Ohio. . :';". Uy !
A man was recently tried in IudilLj pons;
uuder the serenth section of the Fugitive slave
law, for aiding in the escape of slaves fnqnf thcif
masters in which case Mr Cyrus Filnjore
brother of the ex-President, was the pri-cipu!
1 .1 r. ...... v. . . . ...
UUQlQer Uliill, Hum i.vi' 10 -j.;;; Ti l.::',,
Kcribers to a paper like -this. t the m; ;
of One dollar, will not. pay:' ami how t ; . -,
nupiber- might be sccnivd if oh!y t ii i.
ea(di county in the State m uh! fiui:';.- h t, n :
ea'c)i.,.--.:-llere:; is; the. f.iet, before .us", tliat we
the only agrieulti'.ral j r. jar ia ti e St;.t"
only sixteen hundietl ' suhsc ril eis, ;-,t ,
a year, and a State Agrict:lt;;ral Soci. ;.
abptit seven -'hundred incnibers, i!,e ii ii
fee being three dollars. How -n ii( h i
shall this be the case? Will notf-ery '.:
whyose eye this may chance -to meet, let I :
is liis duty to expend a mall s u 1 : 1 ii.to lie
era I fund for the advaneeintnt ol' tl.v ::.
tore of his own State? ' .
ill e re are three
1 1 if t ie e
S ! i i t . V
the advancement 01 my n.itiu
any remuneration',: .- with the vceptioa oi' t
cold encouragenien t .of the earele:--..; !:' IC.
cannot continue to pursue this i -oni :n
gcr, for, by it, I liave already i:io!vtd i . -.
if must -'struggle on . until this oltui.e
paper is concluded, and 1 tlien n;u!, v. !:i
lore encouragement than I l:ae leu
httd, give up iu despair, and seek ( u ui I., i i ,;
dime) my .fortune iu some ot!. r Sl;:;.
ould be a source of much regret to i;.e t; 1: ,
to leavtJ native State, fur if there i.s ;i i
whojfoulti exult uioro than any other ut :
tieviLaf the,. farming . interest of the
I am that man.
''Farmers of North' Carolina, h r w 1 ;:;
Rayncr said in his address I t fore the.:.-.. i:d.-.
the Inst State Fair : '
I "I have said that the means of i.i?--ii'- re
were w ilhiu our "reach inltlli'jt bt e u : : '
as to avoid the errors of the. pa.-t, i:i;d to t-"
ourselves of. the improvtmeuts f fir- i-- ;
'ind the' future- --. An ' agrieuliural jueiT; !, d
Voted to the '.'elucidation of geuerid j.rii.ei; j.
nd their application to our pt !,!!;! j ( :
is.-indispenable .to every practical f;.ri!, r. Vv,
d paper we have in our SlaU 'Tie I'nrii r
4otiniar'- a journal gotten bp and .-n-t .
the outset, sis I ..well' -know, with gr--a: hd .
and expense ; and even now, ntt j i t : ;
Should' be. '. This 'jtaj.er is a North 'm ":.
paper; it originated in NeM'th (.';:roIi;.a a:'
prise; is devoted to North C;!nli;:;i i: ( .it -:
and must rely on North Carolina priel" tor -;'j
port. It would be a reproach to "o-jr Mi.t.
pur association to allow itloh.il. I: v. :;
tine deference, then, that i would !". h ;;''
appeal to the )i'iile and public i-pird '
association, and of our jjcojiIc here asM-nd !
to sustain and suVtDort it. -Even i..w, in i; !
i..: I ;.' 'i
,1.1 ' i;e-
liill-ee In 1.
creased patronage, we shal
Ktimulatc its conductors to make.it a -tin e
nsefiil vehh le of inforMiation --a jot'imil d I
every Xorth" Carolina farii; r's!.cit!d l'e 1 j.-roi
" t This is the last apnea! that 1 sdmll nu.l,.
the farmers of the State to -ii-tniu a pi-j-i 1
;voted to their interest. 1 fe. ltliat. 1 h..-
even more than mv ji:tv in thi- malt' r. 1 i
wasted three years of life-; "!'"' u
particle of profit to myself; ' but my 1
fl am sure, redoumh-d to the a(i;
a'Tienlt ore in lb SfatC. -Eat th;-
yet. go on. if everv 'farmer iu
wliose eve this uddre- m iv c
will at once end in '.his dollar and ! s li
the publishers of "The Farm'.-rV: dourba
D. Cooke k Co,, at ihdei-h,-N. C.
I know that my paper has. not cosno .
gularly-in. ii.miv instances to s'd.serd 1 ,
has been fwbeo mv fault at all,; lor I.m-
of patronage suflicient to support it. it
the interest of everv publisher 'of a paper
every subscriber gets Ids paper m-d-t.-td ol v. it
If prompt action h.ken by rr.th i s
to feel an interest in this matter, in n n.-..,
from this tiiae n-v .l.'!, instead of being
hundred, mav he hve or six thouai;l.
J. V. TOMPKINS.
at f !
0n the cv -f one of the ht
Eurooe fhe bishop who aecompan
sian annv addressed the soldiers in the o
' Jf vou are conquerors," cried the 1
"great jy is in preparation for you. , 't'
from unimpeachable sources that these Ii
'--- i . . t . - -
witness. The mran was proved guilty ? the ; rctus have in their camps an eiioii ::
which God will jrive into vour hands, i o:
. 7 ti
amounts .'to thirty million rouples.
jeror makes you a present of the third
charge, bat it is said the jury would n6tl 'ender
in their verdict, unless the judge would tt'omise-
to remit .the fine which the act imposes as a,
penalty for the offence, which was agrtcd to, j this tremendous sttni." The second t!.-rd
and the jury thereupon brought in their jrdlct j served for the purpose of the r- ''1' -
fbnt. -t.hfi nnsnnpr nnv a. ntm of fiftv lr-Im.is. aim
r ' i "j -. - " j g '
be itnprisoneU one nour in. tlie court rooa
bers in his recent volumiThiftgT7a Amer
ica," remarks that a person accustomed to visit
among the middle classes in Great Britan is
astonished at the profusion at table in all quar
ters of America. "There is," he "savs "no
stinting a3 to food." He adds, "It was often
pressed to my notice in the United States, that
the hired laborers in the Jjcld aro provided with
better fare than falls to the lot of thousands 01
the "rented" classes in England.
kJtl-UJIUJ'll.-, li lili.ll Mill (111. 1" " J
Itmrtr-.n. TI r. r. . . , , b . f U" 1 ! 1 !(' dlVn
111. .11 U IC lillliun
ttho Princes and officers who wi. :';"; ;'" '
i :,. i h i ei f f If, t . i ' " '
reef' ejs .-
.! f 1 1 1 II :i '
-' . i- ,.f..r l.:-OIIO.( S I! I.lO.M !t I
Hied tuc x-o-i"-- i , ,
r-.tmns As te those ofyoa i .io. C .1 ..
glorious death, your i.n.pcror w,l, p.r,.
Vou to depose ofyour .hare ,:; the booty by u .
AVhatevcr may be the wishes ol nay one oi o
they will be respected solemn :y."
The speech wa.s tc-rmiiiatctl by an : a!
the God of armies to bless the soldier of Eu i
A distribution of medals and coronets l.Vu .