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scrtlois marked oft thm, ortherwlse they will be In
serted till forbid and ehsrged accordltiily. Special
attention it directed thi requisition. ;U -
y--'.' WM. F. WIGHTMiX k CO.
CL8 IEr O. WtlWHT,
' , AlUrueyatLair, KayoilSTlIle.W. C.
Ofice at tbe corner of Bow and Green streets.
Feb'y 3. Ioo6. - . -
Jt A. SPKAIK '
ATTORNBir AT LAW,
ATrSVDJ the CoarU of CanalurUud, Harnett'
Wake and Johnston. ,
Address, Toomer, Harnett Co., N. C.
Feb. 16.1856. . ' 8-T -
EARTH W
FULLER,
; Attorney, at Law,
rtriTririii.E, h, c.
May be consulted at the Law Offlce of Jese G- Shep
herd, E.j., on Green Street.
July 19. 1856. - 7-tf
AXDItEW J. STEDMAX.
lUHMjr at UK.
Having removed to PfTTSBOaO, N. CI, will attend
(ularly the Courts of Chatham, lloore aacTllarneU
Couuties.
April 14.1856.
l Acre of Laai. lyin on Cape Fear River Store,
Dwelling, Oat Uoasesall in nrst rate order. The Store
is at a tine business stand at the Cross Roads and the
and is not to be excelled by any in North Carolina.
Any persoa desiring to purchase can obtain further
particulars reipjctiug the property by calling cn
cither of us at Willis' Creek on tiic Wilmington Road
15 mi lea from Fayetteville.
SARAH WRIGHT.
Oct. 4. 18-tf JAMES WRIGHT.
W. P. Elliott,
COMMISSI OS KEHCHlSTt
FAfBTTtSVILfcE. N. C.
AMtforTLlitterton l"- Stesmbmt Lbi
Will atten-t promstiy to all basiarsicntracted to hisearvv
Oet.21.1SS6. -
Fie sevenlbs of ths FAftMIXG XSO TURPfSX-
TIVE LASi) in Harnett county, known a the Parker
a ,fl ,I,W.41 laad. joiaiag Win. Harr ngton's land on
Uppir Ijittla River. There is sonw 20 acres cf the
best quality of low grounds on the River. The up
inn-l am hdivilv timbered with plas. and within six
miles of the Fayetteville aad Western Railroad.
For particulars apply to D . Mc ARTHUR.
J. P ROPldt,
' - j. w. mckay.
Nov. 1836 29.T
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. PROSPECTUS
OF THE
SOUTHERN METEHABY MESSENGER
For the Year i 856. July to December.
TWEITV-THIItD VOliUBtK.
In issuing the Prospectus of the Twenty-Third Vol
of the SOUTHER! LITERARY MBSSENGER.
commencing with the July No-, the - Proprietors rdy
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the high character of the work, and to challenge the
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to reflect faithfully the Southern mind, while disdaining
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f the PECULIAR INSTITUTIONS OF THE
" SOUTHERN STATES- . ''.'
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" The Business D jBrt;a-nt is conducted by the aVtar
signed, to whQ-a all communications of a business na
ture mustbe addressed- -
M ACF ARLANB. FERX9TJSSON CO.
Law ButldlBg. tfraakjin StractA RiyhHood, Va
4
SeiWpr&h) for eU: F M&4b1c fee; of
IpiwiteowMi lie tk
the ty-7anli
UBartemion.Mlw ehusrtto; Uro6hT.Npwork:Ph4 V :
delphia. and t QapocW-VHtaOM rcceit4 j
tbiwHui ran outira; iawNurfM. . . w . .
aye.
uumiieM iwm.
htf"oirei m tw lor omMifMf
yaraa out must oe lor tne woowquauuiy aaay ysru, .
maxt be
saitable guarantee,'
the
tbrm of which
is herewith
given.
Sureties in the full estimated amnant will be required
to sijtn the contract, and. as additional and collateral
security. 15 per ceut w.U b. a ithbild on tbe amount
of each delivery until the contract is completed.
In all the deliveries of the timber there must be a
due proportion of the moet difficult and crooked pieces,
otherwise there will be witbbf Id such further amount.
in addition to the 5 per cent, as may be judged ex-
ncdieut to secure tbe oublic intereKt nntil such difficult
portions be delivered. The n nmiuiag t5 per cent, or !
other proportion of each bill, when approved in Impli
cate by the commandant of the yard, will be paid by
such navy ageut as the contractor may name withia
thirty days after its presentation to him.
It will be stipulated in the contract that If default
be made by tbw parties ot' the ttrst part in delivering
all or any of tbe timber named of the quality and at
the time and place provided, thi-n and iu that care the
contractor and his sureties will forfeit and pay to tbe I
United .States a snm of money not exceeding twice the j such clam, which may be recov red from tinu to lime,
total umoa.it therein -greed upon as tbe price to be j according to the act of Congress in that case provided
paid in case of the actual delivery thereof, which may approved March 3. 1843. -be
recovered from time to time, according to the act . ClaKses No. 1. i. 4. 6. 7 to be delivered one-fourth
ofCongress in that ease prov.ded, approved March 3, ' part on or before the 15th May. one-fourth part Jy the
1843. j 20th July, one-fourth part by the 20th September, and
Tbe 50.000 cnbie feet to be delivered In each yard the remainder by tbe 1st December. 1858. Classes 3
will be in the following proport.ous say 8,000 cubic and 8. the whole by the 15 Mav. 1858. The remaining
feet of keelsons; and pieces suitable for lower stems. I classes o be delivered one-fourth part on or before
tcrd.post knees, fore d -ad wood apron.-, all siding IS j the 1st September next, one-fourth part on or before
a d 20 inches, and heoks siding 14 and 16 inches. j the 1st leeember next, one-fourth part on or before
Th -ae pieces to be in number in tbe proportions in j tbe 1st April, and tbe remainder on or 'fore the 3(lth
which they enter into the construction of a ship-ef-war June, 1858. unless earlier required with a- notice of
conforming substantially in shape, ledgth. aud charac
ter with those heretofore received with srames of cor
responding siding, the moulds of which can be eeea at
any of theyardy named.
32,000 cubic feet of the siding of L3 and 15 Inches,
in about equal quantities of each, aud 5,'iO cubic feet
of a sid.ng 12 inches; all these pieces being in length
from 13 to 17 feet, uaving a natural and lair carve of
from 13 to 30 inches or more in that length; and two
thirds the number of the pieces to have from tbe mean
to the maximum crook; "loo. 5.000 cubic feet siding 13
and 15 inches, in length from 17 to 20 feet. ;
All to be sided straight and fair; the 15-inch timber
and-uuder showing a tace of not iest than three-fourths
tbe siding, to be cut from trees grown within 3 miles
of the sea. of which satisfactory evidence will be re
quired by (bejeotnmandant ol the yard, to be delivered
in tbe respective yards at the risk and expense of the
contractor, subject to the usual inspi-ct'on. to the entire
approval of the bureau; and one-haif to be -delivered
I on or before, the 1-t day of Awjtwt. lf-5. a 4he re-
maiuuerou oi ueiurv toe t r- ji vi mij, imty.
Form of Offer.
I.
-, of the Mate
hereby
agree to furnish ai.d deliver ot tbe United States nary
yard at , fifty thousand cubic feet of lite
oak limner, in co lormiiy wun me advertisement of
the Bureau of .Construction of the date or May 2, 1857.
viz:
8,000 eubic feet, suitable for principle pieces, sided
18 rnd 20 inches, at . pej foot.
32,000 cubic feet curved t.mber, sidd 13 and 15
inches, length 13 to 17 feet, at per foot.
. 5,000 cub e feet timber, siding 13 and i5 inches.
length i7 to 10 feet, at p r foot. ' -
Total value.
Should my offer lie accepted. I request to be addres
sed at 1 and the contract forwarded to the
navy agent at ' or to me at
Date.
For signature aud certiticat".
AB.
Form of Guarantee.
The undersigned. . of . in the
State of ' . h reby guaranty that, in am the
foregoing bid be accepted, -
will, within ten
days after the receipt of the contract at tbe post office
named, or navy agency designated, execute tbe con
tract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties;
incase said - shall rail to enter into contract
as aforesaid, we guaranty to make gmd the difference
between the offer of the said . and that which
mav be accepted. CI).
(Pate.) K F.
Witness: G H.
I hereby certify that the above namrd C D, and B F.
are known to Us as men of property, and able to make
good their guarantee.
(Date.)
(To be signed by the United States district judge.
United States district attorney, collector, or navy
agent, and no other.)
May 16, 185? 50-5t
PIE
ADAMANTINE and TALLOW CANDLES; fine
and common TOBACCO; and almost anything in the
Grocery line. Cheap as the cheapest!
G W. I. GOLDSTON.
Fab'y 7, 1857.- 36-tf
Professor
YVoiKl s H.nr !eifrative,
for sale by
Aug. 30, 1856.
S. J. HINSDALE.
13-tf
10,000 Ib. Tallow it ted,
For which the highest cash price will be paid.
Oct. 1,1856. A. M. CAMPBELL
A CARD.
THE undersigned would respectfully inform his old
friends and customers that he can be found at the
Store of C. E. Leete, where he will l glad to ste
them. - J. R. McDONALD.
Jan. 17, 1857, 33-tf
PROPOSALS
FOR NAVAL SUPPLIES
. f ft? NAVT DBP1RTNBRT. -
. Bureau of Construction, Equipment, A Rapairs.
May 23. 1857,
. cii v--.i. r..-:-i. n- ..i -MniiA- it
fiscal year end inn 30th June, 1858. will be received at
. thl8 Bureau until 3 o'clock, p ro.. of the 23d Jane
next. These proposals must be endorsed -Pronnsals
for Naval Supplies. Bnrean or Construction. A c,? that
i they may be distinguished from other husine I -tters
j The materials and articles embraced in the classes
j named are particularly described in printed schedules
(any of whxh will be furnished .to such as deire to
! oner, on application hi roe rommanoaats or the re-:
spective yards, or to tbe navy-agent nearest th reto.
, and those of all the yards upon application to this
bureau. -This division into classes being for the eon-
; venience of dealers in each, such portions will be fur
niuhed are actually required for Mds. Thi com
mandant and navy-agent of each station will hare a
copy of the schedules of the other y lrds. for examina-
I a ioo only, from which it may be judged whether it
wJll lie aes'.rapie to mi aooiioation for them.
'1 T-,
eott, vN
aof th TWOW y
tba oatirt i
o-Trer Ouvr." rrnirctf by Uir m C -liinrf
mmst Be siynrnira'i i 1J m ymnKu gurawv)
. L. . i - a Tit. u
Those only hose oiA-r may be sccrpted will be
notined. a.ia tiu- .tract will be ior rded a khhi
ther-afier as practicaide, which they will be reqoired
execute within ten days alVr its receipt at he; post
offlce or navy agency uumed by them.- - '
Sureties in tbe foil amount will be required toslfrn
the contract, and their retxmsibil ty certified toby a
United States district attorney, eotk-etor. or aay
axent. As additional security . twenty per centum will
will be withheld from the amount ot toe Bins iUutii
the contract shall have been corapleb-d: and eiaht v
per centum of each lull, approved in triplicate by the
respective yards, will be paid by the navy-sgt-avpthiu
. I. . l ... LSn . - .
Minv usts aiaer ih pnaramniu v hmh.
It ts stipulated in the contract thai, if default-pe
made by tbe parties of the flrst part in delivering all
or any of the articles mentioned in any class bid tor in
this contract, of the quality and at the time and placer
abov provided, then, and in. that ease, tbe contractor
and bis sureties will forfeit and par to the V,tate
a sum of money not exceeding twice the amouut of
twelve-days, comprising at each drlivery a due "pro
portion of each article. Class 10 and all following, if
additional qitkntities of -any of tbe articles named
therein are demanded; they are to be furniebed oh
like terms and conditions previous to the -expiraioi
of th ; ttscal year, upon receiving a notice T Bfteen
days from the bureau, the commandant of the yard, dr
navy-agent. t2i"& 1
Form of Offer. -T-P;vv;
I, of . in the State of
hereby agree to furnish and deliver, fn the respec ivi
nary-yards, all the articles nam -d in the classes h n
unto annexed, agreeably to tbe provisio is of tb
schedule therefor, and in conformit wTth the. arlver
tisement of the Cureau of Consrroct:on, 4c. Of th'
21 or May. 18-7. Should my offer be acerpfen. 1
request to be aildressed at . , or to ,: ... ,
For stgnature ana eertincate. . - - r
-CDatov) .- -'-' v-o Signature:
Iheorbedule which the bidder-encloses mast
na.-tedttt.friaanii. uiit OS. oT tDOlV uTillll il I li'n
Ipposlte each article in (he setndule the prTceTtnur1
be set, we amuit iisewiae wr.tien in woras.
FBB OlP G UARABrrtt. it i
The unpersigned,
of '
. in tl-
, in tfc
in. case tl
atate ot
State of
and
of-
bereby gnaranty that
lerejfoinjr bid of
lor amy of the
clans
therein named be accepted, that he or th-.-y will with
ten days after tbe rt-ceipt of tbe contract at the poo-lice
named, or navy-agent desigmte l. execute f-i
contract for the same, with good and sufficient snr:
ties; and in case said . jh 11 fail to cnt:
into contract as aforesr d. we gnsT Viy to mane gm
the difference between the otter ofSae said . .
and that which may b arcepted.
'- ' Signature of two guarantors. v
' Date. ' -.- ' ."
Witden. " - " ' " ' :
I hereby certify tb"vt the above named
are known to me as meu of croperty, and able to uti'
good their guarantee. - : j
Date. '". Sigaafurr. r
To be signed by the United States' dis r et Judi; ;
Ucited States district attorney, collector, or navy
agent, and no others. ', ;
Tbe loiioKing are tbe classes required at the re-.
spective yaras. 'f,,,;.., .-
Class No 1. White oak legs. No 6. YcllowpinT
plank stock logs. No. 10. Wuitepine.. No. it. Ashf
cypress, white oak boards. No. l.t. locusl. No IH
1 W2-
LiguumviUe. No. 21.' iroji. No 22-Sp.kes aud aa.M
o 23. Lead. Sine, ana tin. no 2j. Hardware.
43. Hose - : , t.
CHARLESTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS.
Class N I. White oak bras. No. 3- Waits oak ore"
miscuous timber. No. 4. White oak pieces sad rod
er stocks. No. Yellow pine plank stock loss; No.
. Yellow pin beams. No. 8. Yellow pine mast an1
spar timber. No.lu. White pine. No I:. Ash. ew
press, white-oak boards, no 12. lilack walaac eherryt
No 13. Locust. No 14. Wh te msh oars and hickoW
bars and butts. No 15. White oak stvrs and beading.
No 16. black sprsce. No 18. l.ignumvibe. No 2r.,
Icon. Ne 22. Sp.kcs and nails. No 23. Lend, nine1
anil tin. No. 25. Hardware. No 27. Paiuta. oils. a
No 28. Flax caiivass. No 29. Cotton canvas. No no.
Flax aad cotton twine. No. 3 . Glass. No 32. Iea-l
tner. no m. moso. imo 34. urttsbes. No 35. Banting
an dry goods. No T. Pitch, tar. rosin. No 38.
Tallow, soap, otl. No 39. S dp chandlery. No 40.
Stationary. No. 41. Fire-wo d. ,
BROOKLYN. NEW YORK. :
Class No. t. White oak logs. No. 8. W!teoak Wr
No 7. Yellow p?ne beams: No 8. VeHow pine b3
and soar timber. No 10.. White nine. Ne 11: aa
cypress, white-oak lioarda. No 12 Black walnut-oker-
ry. mahogany- No. l. Iocost. No 14. White sb
vara wu uowj m aiiu um
at vm mnA Ki-alins? - sIa ' Ifi 121
L rnunivi:t. No 21. Iron. Na 22. Sn kaa and a.5l-
No 23. Lead. sine, a id tin. - No 24, Pig iron. No 5i Rullu-rford
Hardware. No 27. Paints, oils, c No 28. Flax caw tStvUipsoit
vans. No 29, Cotton canvas. No 3a. Flax and eottoa ilttJiT T,.
No 4 Brushes. . No 35 Bantfmr aad dr x-i
si. t'ltcn. tar. rosin, wo , i at tow, soap. U. NO
39. Ship chandlery. No 40. Stationary. No 41 FiW
WOOd. - .'' ... ..-.'
PHILADELPHIA . ;
Class No Z, White oak plank. No L YoUow pine
plank stock lots. No 7. Yellow pine beam. No -I t
White pine. No 1 1. Adi, cypres-., white otk boards.
No 12, Black wajnut, cherry, mahogauy- No 13, Lo
cust. No 14. White, ash oars and, hickory . ba s and
butts. No l. Lignumb tae. No 2i. Iron. No 22.
Spikes and nail. No 23 Lead, sine, tin. No25,Har-J
ware. . v .,. & muw, i wv. v n. riax canvas.
No 29. Cotton canvas. No 31. Flax aid eottoa twftte.
No 31. Glass. . No 82. Leather. No 33. Hose. No 44
Brushes. No 35, Bunting and dry goods. No 37.
Pitch-tar. rosin. No 38, Tallow, soap, oiL No, 39
Sop enanaiery.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Class No 10, White p'ne. ' No I Ah. eypresa." Ifol
1 2, Black walnut, no 21, iron. No 22, Spikes, akibr
No 23- Lead, a-ae, tid. No 24, Pig iroa. No t.
Hardware. J5p 27, Paints, oils, Ac. No SI Glass
No 37. Pitch, Ur. Tosin. No 18, TalUw, snap. .oil.
No 39. Sh'p chandlery. No 43. Tank and galley iroa.
No 44, Chain iron. No 45. lagot copper. No 4a.
Sand, straw, Ac No 47. Miseollaeoas. .
GOSPttRT- VISGOrUU - .
Jwsithirti- ehprry:r-n'
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sfd. jMrte. Jk 2. Ai'd.
4"rfc Vol. 'stiitn. o:t.
. r PUelr. tarn. No
df1" -J ;j, c--; ,
ommon Scllools.
i:?. ' Ofite ,of XAterary JJonrd )
L. . Raleigh May 9. Ib57. $
-ThixrpRtdeiit and lirt'itrx of the LiUrrv !
FiKiriptutsiinr made diStrtliiition of the titrome
tlierif, fr the Krst six BOnt hs of the yenr
18&T;tiUrwfC the Kevcrul Counties "of the State
for the" Ose of Uinniuon S.Jio(s, direi-t the ' foh
lowiiig tal.ular- sttif Nt lt 4 i.utilished.
kIio isj; tIie.nioBiit set ujinrt for fsrh County
Thrse Jiaotiitt irili lie tVuid at the TrtMomry
Depttrttueiit of the State, an cointtliatiee With
I he iiroyiiwoitfi of raw by the parties entitled to
rvrei've the same. - -
The UtmHtjrB'of Jm-kson, Madison.- : Yndkiit;
Polk and Harnett will receive their resoeetiva'
iMirfiiHis oat of the amounts distributed to the1'
Cou if m out f which they weiv formed jt Tin
County of Wilson wilt rereive St pet" uiiIof
the ainoHiit allotted to Edirerotnbe; 121 jn-r
rent, of that of Nash; 10 1-9 Krrceiit. of that
of Wu?ne;iiid an amouii- of Johnston to -be
agreed Upoit by their Chiiirnian. 1
. TMO'S BRAGG,
- Prea't ex oGBrio of Literary Board.
PCLASEI COWPEB, Sei-'y.1 .
Counties. -
Fed. Pop.
io;i6
- 5,003
- 1U,7o8
11.716 r
9.973 .
6,91 -
12.33
. 6,919
b.till
- o.fcSHJ.'
- 6.11'
I2.l.
6,708
M2
9.K97
5.30S
12.329
17 723
14,123
6.998
41.111
13.70
lu.027
9.5 1
,228
6.573 -
- 17,303
6.320
Is.dbO
13 007
6,907
6,b3
6,656
6,ao5
13.062 .
11.661
3.935
6.182
6,924
6.169
6.901
11,724
6,163
8.552 -9,034
14,236 '
10.731
7.O40-
- 14.957
i,im '
6,030
4- 8.825
10,745
-r 16.1
- . 7.9A6
1 1 00
' 12.363
- 12 329
. 12 388 d
-.12.311
. .6,348 -8,499
17.643
4.452
9,258
2, 123
. 10.366
4.780
3.348
11.478
11,612
.Dis. Share.
r $1219 92
Stiff 3tj
1290 72
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- 1024
140.i
1 1 96
9t2
714
14o0
68
92
76
88
12
56
83a 28
1040 88
7 CO 32
?44 96
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' jj-y Tt-.li.lj-H Register, Wilmington Journiil
ami 0muen.ial. Fayetteville . amliu.au, 1.-uio-eritic
Pioneer, Ool.UlMriiuh I 1 1 1 .Nfwlttfi.
rjion, Wurrenioii News, Salisbury Banner.
VYstern Sentinel, Cnarlotte Democrat m1
Asfieville News, will publish three times weeklt
nitf forward to this oftVe. Rate adopted Ly
BoVrd for advert'iaiivHOtt , ,
waurry
(Tyrrell
(Union ,
IjlVake .
iVatanirav.
nrayiMt -
ps tiaea
fndkin '4
KL elk bemft (viuAh& at Ureb TrraJ1857
tr Aiv of flewi and U&arter -o'u. Um. &be(U
retavued thtrfwtluwiuK laud afi ' Aair Lotr. S-od ob-
tbeivoa tur tbe year 13., vi;-' ' -
- . - " " ' Tax.
-' wod Fay& VTttU. r flank
k n.-ou Xue-Jouu Hfi-iji, Z "
2U acreB vi Galloerry listed by Hall Jones,
,t.0 acres' McRae and iiuie laud. Ilvted by Na-
tiiau Kdig, .!., j 'j-j.
loJ acrce on White Oak. listed by d.tto
485 acres oi) Carver's Creek, listed by Jones A
Uarbee. Tor I.i4 aud iav&.
5 acres listed yThos 5ieIowcll, - :
6 lota in Fayettevitfe, ou Maxwell street listed
for Joseph Seawell.- ,
1 lot Fayetteville. North side of Bonau treet.
" listed by Charles Mo.naue,
l lot N9rth side Hay street, late the property
4 96
3 1)5
29 55 '
47
of ratr.cK. Montague.
i 65 i
i 3JU Med by itoa't F." Murphy; h!s
residence, for 185 . ... It4 and . -&.
300 acres listed by ditto, for 1K24 anr I8S,
90 81 ;
Xlrtl acres listed by, ditto, joins Cieduy,
Zl6
mmwi uy u li . Aim tract..
160 acres East ide Cape Fear River. Ilstid by
:Niiil aud Co'in Ulcfalyen -..
37 acres of land ou Ora ; Creek. ' listed by A.
Jessup for Estate of James Holl,ngworih.
60 acres ou Deep l.reefc. 1 t-tid by Anion Jttbup
. for Heirs ol James llotlingswortb, -:
4 8 acres 1 sted liy Jno. C. U riglit;
202. -ere list-d by Margaret Wright, .
5 acres lo-ted by Pbil'p J. Wright
55 1 aci-e.i lifted by Mary WMnht,
383 acres East s.de Cape tear. River, listed by
Kob't Young, -100
acres listed by Thos. Hainey,
12 53
44
22
H4
84
2b
68
iJ
at
Vj order ot tne court,
JOHN AfcLAURIN.
June 6. 2t
Clerk.
.POP SALS. -;r-
The u idjrsi:ied, being de'tirou Of cintnging his bus
uess. oi'ers big Drug torj for sale. It occup.es om
of tbe most tesiralde situations in town lor the bus -nesa
Any per-on desirous of go.ng into the business
can get a bargain. ,
JAM 23 F. FOULKES
June6,I8S7 53-t"f
V T lis Ba ik has declared a dividud of 41 per cent
ont of tbe protits ol thi lat Six mouths. pavaLle o.
tbe 19th inst. - -
- Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum will Jm
allowed on subscriptions to stock made al'ttr tbe l.'it.
inst. till the next dividcud. 8. JKWEl'T, Cash'r.
Jaae 6. ' W-lm .
This Uivat Journal of C'r me aud Criminals is in it
Twvl.tb Year, aoj is widely circulated throughout th
couatry. It co .tains all the great Trials, irim.i.u
Cases, and appropriate 1-dilormls on the same, to
g. tht-r wirh iuiormat.on on Crim.ual Matters, not t
he found iu any other newt-paper.
3, SubMsr.ptuiiis. ti per Annum; il for S-.v
lloiiiafl. to Iw reinjtt-.d hy Subscribers, (who shouli.
wr.te their names a id the town, county and state wher
toey reside, plainly.)
To R A SEYMOUR,
Editor and Proprietor of tbe - ;
r " " National Police (Jazette'.
' " - " - New Tork City.
June 6, 1857 ly .
.'l;i:ilc Sr-iwicg. . . '
A Masonic funeral sermon will be delivered by the
Rev. P. J. Caraway, at the Regan Church in Kobeson
county, .on the th rd .-aooatb -iu June, over tbe remains
of the late Col. Nedl Regau. . Memiwrs of St. Alban's
Codge, aud all other Urcthrea h can nwke it con
venient, are requested to attend, aud the -citisensgen
eratly ! JOS. BRtibUE, Ser y.
May 30 2t ' Obsetver copy,
, . T.ii-: xoi u i;! -
THE Subscriber having, at June Term 1857, of the
Court of Pieass and Vt tarter Sessions Tor the " County
of Cuuiberlaud, quahtt.-d a Administrator upon the
Estate of Willie r . Jioore, hereby notifies perilous. hav
ing claims againxt the said testate to present tbe same
properly autheat.cated withra the t.me prescr.bed bv
taw, otherwise this uot.ee will be pleaded in the bar
of their recovery- . .....
vcbtei to the said Estate will please make payment
immediately. E. F. JlitJOitE.
June 6, - ' ''-'- r - 5S-tf "
:; y swnzE. -'B Wi
THE Undersigned having exeenbd a power of At
torney to K. F. Moore, he is thereby authorised to make
all settlements tor me in toy name, and generally to
transact all business as 1 might or could do were 1 per
soaaily present. ....... -. ..., J-J.MOOUE. -
June , , 53-tf . " ;
NOTICE.
' The Subscriber having, at June Term; I7. of the
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sers.ous lor Camber Laud
ouuty, taken out Letters of Admiuistration on tbe
Estat of Vr JJenjam.n Uuoiuson, hereby gives notice'
to-ait purt'oiiw- bvg' aocouuts ui OemanflS aga:hst
bis estate to present tbem duly authenticated 'within
i he time -prescribed by law, or this notice will be
pleaded iu tbe liar uf their recovery . - . r, . -
Those indebted to tbe estate must make Immediate
payments -- j ; BENJ. R UUSKE Adm r. '
PERSONS indebted to th late firm of B. Jt B. W.
Robinson must mtke paymeut or they will find tbei r
Notes and aeenuati iu silt before nest t rm of the
County Court.! A- settlemebt of the par tact ship ae
counts is indispensably neccessary to enable jhe aa-
I - . . . .. . ' -' - -
tuiuiBiruw w uns;uarKe nis vuivv.
-- U.-&. BUSKE, Att'y.
June6, ..; , 53-2t , .......
I)B ICATIOX OF TUB NEW BUILDING
tor.l'haenix Lodge No 8, A.,Y. M-, on Wed.ies.lay Z4th.,
1.V7. being the Anniversary of St John the Baptist j
. Th f ... 11 i. mIiIw I lk,.(jiilfrft A, lk , Ha v 4
8 o'clock a m, where tbe dedicatory ceremonies pctw
lar to the order anil the occasion, will take place.
. - After which a proceaaioa wilt he formed to- proceed;
to a place. hereafter to bis designated.) to hear an
address dy Bro James Bank, at 1 1 o clock a. m.. The
public are respeotfoHv invited to bear the Address, ,
This being finished the process, ou will re turu to the
Lodge. . . - : -"- ' ""' "-' - - ' ; "
,, We extend a cordial invitation to ear Sister Lodges
aud all brothers ia good standing, to uuite with us in
the services on that day. ,
' JAMES SIcDANTEL;
- ,W. WHITEttEAD,
... IL a LUUAS. ' .
: ; . Com. of Arrangemont. -
JuneS. 1837. " ' li- w ... .v ,
"Those indebted to. James Mc!berson. are hereby lo
ornwd that all who do not n tv up ima diately will
Ud theur aotoa and acenanto in tbe bands of anomoer.
4s wvfr tiutstwnmi
lteM Dy Joliu Buakt.ie, s; wnfievrr tse e Wssbe cenuiMij mtwj. tuive k-
4tL?"J i!4 H W iW. Oor r ios:. 14 - Z :' . "
Utti-T,-i5tfV.lJ" Jaes,1Wl- " J - . fe VerM o:irxr abs sltip bontfiMhw 'jC ' - , J
-1
a.J r,j,n
i TlHs.fu!lorinwai toM m - aaif 'fuct '.by js"
Tanilor hti aobnaulr aQraied he ttitew if lu Ub -'
s We liud a(wl the Straits' of G Hrsll ai, ' attj
were ly ug off B.irhary, one-clear bright evnittijp
wlti-ii it CrtEdP my tnru to take the helm." The
ship was becalmed, and everything around ua
. . I . . . 1 I i-. - ra. -
I aa kiiciii. as nie uuy alter me ut'tujre. I lie
8 46 ! wide monotony of water, varied only by the
U 4-j glanoiiips ol the moon on the crest of the wuvt-p,
made me lliiuB tlie olu tallies of iitune were
jtrue, and that Auipliitrite and her Faida were
I sporting on the surface of the ocean, with dia-
tutHids in their hair These fam-ieswere follow
ed hy Ihe tltotihts of my wife. iay childreu, and
my- home; und,all were wildly enough . jiuabled
together in a delicions stnte of slu iiiier. 8u f
deiily 1 heard above my head a loud, ili-eji, tT-"
rible voire cull out, "8tand front Under.' f I
started to my leet it was a i-ustouiHry signal
when unytlini)f was throw-i fro ii 'the sliouds
iiierha i.r .illy t Kuuoatthe u-iuil aii.iw.r: Let
go! i.ut nothing cuiue. ' 1 huikctl U m- the
surou.ls ther'j whs iiothin there. 1 earciied
the dei-k, uii-l found that 1 was aloiie! 1 tried
0 ih nk it was u tlreaui; lint that sound,, so
deep, so tern, so dreadful Was ru ining- in my ear
like the lursuu of a oaniioti.," In the mrimig
1 t-ld the crew wuat I had heurd. Eliey
latijrhi-d at iiitfi and were all day full of their
jokes, about "Dreaming Tom.'' One fellow.
ummg them was most unmerciful in Um railh ry.
V lie was a swartliy, inulignant looking jmu
ard, who carcied munler in his' eye and curses
on, his tongue; a dari'i and lordly num. who
oasied of crime as it gave him re-viuinein-e
.iiuoitr hid fellow. He laughed, longest und
lo dest at my story. "A most uncivil, gtp.-t,
" o ,'' naid'iie; "when sueh chaps come to imv
1 I make 'eiu show themselves; l'il not lie SHtis
.ku without bee.ug aud I'eel.ng as well us hal-
uj." . "''". ,
I'lie sailors all jo:ned with him; and I, ashamed
f my alarm, Was glad to be silent.'. The- next .
-mia lvk IturliwutmA Ai-o--lin. - 1 lit k"fcwd i
.i-i ves like an ox, ami sinews l.kc a uliafe; it
.vasliitle he feared, on eurth or beiivath it. The
lock atiiick o.ie. llii.-k was leaning Ins head
-nt the helm,-as he Miici. flunk. ug uutliiii: ol me
or my tory, when thai awful voire ugain tidied
u iroui the shrouds, ''btanil from under!"
cl.ck darted forward like . an' Indian airow,
ahicli they say goes through and through a
buffalo, aud wings on its way as if it. hud not
icll death in, the rear. It was ah instunt or
more before lie found presence f mind to cull
out, "Let go!". Again iiothiiig was neu no th
ing heard. Ten nights iu Miccesstoti, at one
o'clock, the saiiie unnatural sound rung through
the air, making our stoutest sailors quad as if a
bullet shot had gone through their brains. "
At last We grew pale w lieu it was spoken of,
and the worst ot us never went to sleep without
saying our prayers. For myself, 1 would hure
been chaiued to the oar all my lite to ha ve got
off that vessel. Bat there we were, jii the yuot
solitude of the ocean, and this invisible being
was with us No one put a bold foce upon the
matter but Antonio, the Spaniiird. lie laughed
at our fears, and detiid Satuu littiiiteil to tcri'dy
liim. However, when it came his turu at the
helm he refused to go several times, uudtr the
pretence of illness, he was excused from a dm j
which all on board dreaded. But at last the
rapt aiu ordered 1 A ntoi.io to receive u round
doxen of lashes every night nutil he shotii.i con
sent to iertorm his share of the Tin weico.i.e of
fice. For a while this wa borne patieiill ; S.ut
at length he called out,. l.may. as we'll d-e
one any as auotiier. Oive uie over to the
gliosi ,
Tiiat night Antonio kept watch ou the deck.
Few of the crew slept, lor expcctaiiou ai.d
alarm had stretched our nerves upon the ruik.
At one o'clock tbe voice calleu, "bland from
under I" "Let gol" screamed the Spaiiiurd.
" This was answered by a shriek of mug-iii'i r,
and such laughter 1 It seetued as il the tjeitsts
austpered each other from pole lo )iole, and tbe
baa. w.i howVd in bell. 'I tien came a sudden,
crash upon tbFdeck, as if our must ' and spurs
had talleu. We all rushed to the spt, , und
there was u cold, stiff, gigaat.c corpse. Tne
Spatnard said it was thrown fru.u the sluouds,
and whe;. he lookeu ou. tt be ground h.s teeth
like a iuadmuu. V M
' know htm," exclaimed he, "I sUblied him
within an houA d -f Cuba, ai.d dfuuk his
- i blood lor
break-ast." '
VYe stood agbust'Mt the i ouster. In'fcaiTul
whispers we nskC" wli:t slum ui lie due w th
the iiody., F ii-.Hj e air, ed ibat the terr b.e
B.gi.t most 1-ereiiiO veil rom as, and ludui it in
t.ie depths ol t ie sea. F u of as Mtteu.pt i d
to raise it ; ' human ti toth w. i o i.VdiI
we ini'iit a- well have tuiiga at Alius, There
it W Ktiff, r.giU, liev, .ia as humoVeible f 8
if it had formed part of the vessel. A be bpuu-
iard was tnrious, 7 Let tiie l.lt liim," said be. Jt
lifted h m once au.l can do It ag.nik , I'll tcacU
hiiu what it Is to come and t.oubie iue." U
took the bo.iy round the w.ilst aud atleiiii.t.d
to raise it- Slowly. aTtd h.av.lj the Vorj so
raised itseir ui; its raVless ejtsa' 0,-eiied, as
riid arm stretched but a id flasjssil its vict.n
in a close death grapple, aud rolling ovtr the
sides of the shiVt1iey ti ttered an instaut ovtr-
the water then, with a plunge, they eauk, 'to-
gether. " Aga u that lauli tlttt wild, k. r .k-.
ii,g luugh :s4ieard on the winu.. The siil-'-ors
bowed the.r heads, aud put up thnr huuus '
to shut ont the availing sound. ' ' I took ' tlifc'
helm Wre than once a'fter. bftt lie tievcr aga.iv"
heard,, ttt. the al.roorJ UMtfb tUinMNttiM ttiial,
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