T the FOULTII. I . .-. d iip.stioa or -two .to I -. tt Wm. L. Mar?y. Ult .Vi . . u,, thl
1MB ,- 1. MIC Illil"" "
nMiiftu fur onr fle'utfcbor '
Tiir rOIBTII. 1 .... ,i .. ,u:t'inn nr '-two to
' 1..'iivftlM.v was- We wislvtowoP""u"'T: iWrr.,tri
. The celebration oi out r 1 - nelEW)0rs of the Argus, tind re
,ed off with considerable credit to our citixei hl out Did not the -Aean"
4 The stars and stripes floated proudly; mtbclsolrpij g - vmmm condemnation of
.i . m j iin nnrrv ri nu
bri?k gale from the
pes uuuiw j.- .. - Vittinnre's conucmnaii
Arsenal the Town- Hall party -endorse .all Iinmore-s c
Aiscmu, tuc x r r.rti-tttaise repeal i Lpma
. I:i. At-n.--. OoinrtrDtnise repes
T.nT?AvMte Armory, ami .. old-., uioeny uuy- - ,
IUIU. LHU J.----- ' , l.
bU not the abolition of that str
- v ;f - n making lvanaas a
, 1. n
- T . n 11 n I' I I III.
Point, netful of her ancient lame, nung lh- Missowi compromise?
i;nmier. - - . - - I - .. - , r,: ' r tlmt restrict
t i iiT -runner.
"Small, 'tis true, and starched withal
To spread its little folds, tho all -The
winds be .motionless' -Tiw.
militarv' were out ' In- creditable force,
.itr,.i'.s and "generalities" ditto, and after a
naradc of the three .comnanfos,-. the pro-
wns formed a la programme and pro-
. cecded to Farmer's Hall Xo hear Mr Elam's
orition After a-short and appropriate piaj
.uiinv Mr Bobbin, the" Declaration
C. Lucas, r.srp, r--
move tne r.np
the first and third, ana ne-v -
1B W 1
BallstonSpa, e xo , . ent of V
o.-i it.. mpd to. ue ."- was Vi
t i.oalth the uay- 1". ' f.,rth
usual jiuuu uv--- . on tne r-
found dcad.in his room at fc haU
The history oi w. - - - lhe. life auu ;
century has been IdenUfied-'tl -
jssoftlusgre .0 ntrymcn.
cat to in the hearts o b important
l T7 i
l. . ..;.! nffirmntivclV to i.- l,t1 niDUV Hi"" ' , T .
slave state If they rcsp - r Marcy ..u, ... - - Yo'rk, Comptrouc.
" stations; uoTornor. t o,relary "I
i .4l. aiwl bistoi'V 1 . . . c-. tt-:
ti K,,f.stion. aa a regara lor - - - ot tnat ia,
""PS Senator, Secretary
"""T nf Stater""
- . i i .. pnn Liiey wn. inriir mr x uii - , ......
ainst prompt, WaV - ; ,ias - . :-.wn-8lbe ablest ana llof-cyer flattering to , myself this testimony
thconestin wo. now - Wal-1 ' , ,nd political .wnw.
1' . A.W -
i rond bv It
his recitation with a few eloquent ana nuV - CXpiain m
Sivc remarks allusive to the past as compam.
with the present of our country.
- fu-r v hieh the band, an amateur corps
.i.c.-piiilt'd from Ham
mcmorv, with that, perversity oi tasic
for sat-rcd harmonies so peculiarly, eharacte.ib
tio of Ihcge darku. struck up a eamp-mect-
; clodj. "Days of Absence" o," M -da
wo forget whicl.. tlw basso tuba taking
tl.o lead and the 1Z Hat sas.liorn tooting a ia
nocompmiiiueut to a. flourish ou the kettle
.Unim, the furroriuancc comiiijj to a eudJeu tcr-
n.ination Ijy tlio .eo.ii tr baes stopping to snccsu?.
f c kry of hrs'SftKnincuC '.
VT-. s densely crowdea ana tlic laclieF,
lie regard, to couveuicr.ee having left
kef as an enemy to me - -
This is a pertinent query, but one wh.eh we
J our eighbors will either dodge entirely or
Icar our nei0 . nd fu-ation of
Latin to tno biv -
. I lnnTU.Lluiio ""
their uuclassical rcaucia.
V . il and sentiments from Bobbie I urns are
iwcry ,ood in their place, but they wont
al!.w.ryi this instance. Please respond .n the
.i t iil'ir
i r tl. PlnT.
since tne un j. n.v .
britrhtcst ornainciua. , ,.;alJeath
at tnc iiiuc
Mr Ma rev was
f her l" ' vulllu llot anoiv. my name to i,e useu
The country nab wiieici.y ;l division of tl;e Tarty would bo eUcc-
t.x n i if.. :.. i - t .. . .1
ilci uiicrusis coiiscnueiiiiy jtsopui uizcu
This too of a part v the pHuciplcs 7:' which J
have ever fondly cherished and on whose success
l facmlv lw.l: ---ll . i . .i .
r Voubth several . . n vv "hicm; niainiv uepenus tnc preserva-
lvioTS o n - fors.h. and a ' tion.of our beloved U.iion. It U far more con-
took place inisew xoru u f.,, ,d aml maLto my nature to cast myself in a breach
n . i r 1 1 v cpjirs OI iliit
seven u-lJ "
- . . i Ki.ir.ilir r iots j
.i.,t r-.inv.Mitioa was a
We warn muu ii4 .
,...1 d interests one, every portion of th.
i :... ,,11 nn.l ublv represented.
State oeu-s - - , . , cl0Ucn
Hlress we unvu -i
effort, evincing flue taste,
r:...l oiitininllt. atltl Clli-
1 V 1 l I I - l- . .1 -
sources of oiji1 people. AVe hope the address
will be published. The following gentlemen
yiv llolden's ad
of as a masterly'
v jm -H--n&J The 11 - 7 - "iure to case invseii
number of persons-were k.. s tha lo make one I earnestly trust and re
new police got up a few hgius-v - .c0ft,niena that ;nv friends tverv where will
hook and it was finally necessary to oru . j nintowitl, mo h, giving a cordial support to
three re-imcnts of stat troops to qtieW i ( Mr-or, the Democratic nominee, Who has
riots. Itryehnine and patriotism. Bortoa far-, Jna to the faith of tii. Tarty
nished . w r , nd the PlS V V I ll0r of ils advers.ty.or. in the
,i ulL.t-rr.., ; ttaltimofe r "rP'ty,. Lie is every .way wormy
in honor of the father of his country, and oller-
cd up a German upon the shrine of 'f American"
rmtriotism several of their o,wiwiit
TELCCRirH FROM L0X1MH TO t!TCB-POOL.
Acre'nt of the Associated Tress, is indebt-
tfapiuVV ickmany getemau and obi ig
cammauder.of the steanishiw Niagara, for
atest telegraphic despatches received at Liver
pool on the eve of the steamer's departure.
st j JuoxnoN. r riaay Avenuig.
ami- i'KANCK. i lie Oatll IS SHU "1 Uliaiieilac, nun
This "j the Government party attach great importance
eilib 18 m tile more io it.
TTil is r-nr rentUr rn ...iitcd that maiiv ' Tim Moiuteiir publishes the otlicial returns oi
rriends in different Tarts of the county . the Customs, from which it appears that there
ii... -. .-i i . .' ' 4 ,i. i i i .... e ..i;n;,-.ii ft, him.
k:jacu ar tleteriiinial IOII io cum, incir j aas neon an nicicasc ui uiiwc.uiiriiuu "u ......
for me in Aivust notwithstanding that j drcd'aud twenty-nine thousand seven hundred
iattoii haajbeen made bv onr party, and ; ami ten francs over the corresponding mouth of
had plecfgl myself to abide the decision jlast year.
Convention am', support its nominee I A mnvor. who declared himself in favor of
the opposition candidates, has been suspended.
Paris, Friday night The Plenipotentiaries
representing IheGrcat Powers, assembled at
tlu. Foreign olliee for the purpose of signing
the Convention respecting the new frontier at
SPAIN. M.xnKin. June If The Due de
Hi vers has been nominated Ambassador from
Spain at Paris.
DENMARK. Corr.Mi vckx, June 17. At
a conference of the members of the Cabinet, it
was decided that the despatch which refuses to
accept the pretensions of the Great German
.States on the question of the Duchies, will not
be sent the day on which the Council of Stalo
is to be assembled.
Hr-si.. Letters from St, Petersburg state
1V. C. ELJM.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
July U, 185J Y. v
JOHN O. SHAW.
iTTTORSFY AT WW.
Uockin''li:im Kirlnnood Cauntr North' Carolina..
will praetiiu in the Courts of Kicbmoml, isou aiuV
Kobosim. AH Ijumucss eutiusteu tQ Ins care will re
ceive strict atti titioa. Jtdy, 11. y-58
of their friendship would be, I must positively
saythnt for this 'ur any other selfish considcra-
ot tf ;8Pport of the democracy of Cumberland
ijei-? -"-mie m tuc cdminj; clecnon aid
Tub ArnioACiiiNO Foi:i;ri. Kveryik(;iy is iffaking
preparatioas c''soue kind for tho pront&gfebaerranco
of tins Uluiitius l'ouvih." Suiu will grfShroad, and.
sonit; will tttuy at. home, ot'it-i will remain soher ; fcom'
will dim military unil' inns, while the great majority,
will wi'itr f5uoli plaia olotlicsas re lepomiugto respov-.-tahh
ami patriotic private citizens. O-f bourse the
jreat map of these ieople will jot their parments at
the l'.rowa Store ClolhinIIall or Kockhill & W ilson,
Nos. to.S and iO. viiLv style) Ciisnitt street, aljovtj
Six lli, .' ' "
Jaly U.I.V.7, ' tf-f,'.-
C()HMU. St'HHI.si IIAHSUTT CjpKT'lf.
At a HUTthifr ut'i'ii' Hoard of Superinteudmits'fcehJ
on the lOtli dav of June lx."7: 'feO
Presnift A. I, .McLean, Mat hew Wilder. AndrcwTfl,!
1 nrli!ixt:)..iiio. liiwn, Alloa i uiKer, d nu. a, jjeiueu,
c;'n I Ha.iit 1 Met.'ormick.
On mo li. in Daniel .MeCorniiek was appointed Chair
man t' ir the ensuing year and Benjamin F. Shaw Clerk.
IteMi'ved that we adopt t'.io retsalution passed hy tha
Hoard ol' Common School Supcrinteadeats far the
-...tilt v- ofCumherland vjz: that from I.owerIiUlo?
Uiver "from its moatU up to the point wlierc.t,hoC-nt it
Lin.! nltiinatelv leaved sat.l Uiver w i-u
it.,. k, !..,1 .lisli-ictspf these respective Count ip
' nn.tinn Hen. A. U.McLeim was tVV
instructed to assist the Chairman iu jetwy
.... , A
that the cholera, which is never totally extinct i 'V-lVi'iVI-A' tluvrt'ivcl m;tni?r of tlii
t proceed, toffeiner v.. y
prooure in hi rc-chw
in that capital, is now raging violently. The
balloon skins at home, formed by uo were electca omccrstor tne ensntug year: .
1'resKlent, liev. Alex, w itson, ot Alamance.
1st ice President, E. U. Ugburn of Uuil-
2d Professor C. Phillips, of Orange.
the least jiort'ion of the assemblage,
were, favored, by .reason oT our military
luiiieuce, with a suitt near the .rostrum, and
ened with no ordinary gratification to the
entcd young speaker whose effort on this
i i if -l r. .1 1
ion was woitliv Oi tiutiseil aim nun au-
id the expectations of his friends. 'Ornate
jut bombast, jioetic .without flighty senti
alism, terse, pointed, eloquent and pa-tri-we
have seldom heard -so good .an .address
never a better one from so voting and iucv
;nccd a. speaker. Vc do not go -out 6
way to p"ay a well merited compliment ito
our j'oung friend, and we take oceasien 't-i ire
commend to Hie young lison .of the country the
example af Air Klam. Vith cramped resour
ces and the .most Jhuited advantages, he has
found iimC to read, study and improve "those
powers of mind with w.hich nature has liberally
.endowed him. By a severe course of study,
laborious application ailjiiwemuAing .exertions
he has prepared himself for the practice of the
law, and has but lately passed the ordeal of ex
amination with such credit to himself as to have
elicited from his preceptor, a gentleman of the
' highest reputation ia ihe profession, no ordin-
iFVy expression of approval and gratification.
A bright career Ls before him, and those who
Jfyiny now affect to despise the obscure young
attorney will yet sec the day w hen they will be
proud to take him by the hand, aye, and be
honored by the compliment. Our friend is as
aodest and unpretending as he is talented,
and we may (rcncfi upon fifsr"-modVsy ly
illusion to his anticipated future but strug
gling and meritorious young manhood shall
never need a lift while we have an arm to ex
tend it, and let carping critics and ill-natured
f snobs say What they will, earnest, aspiring, de
termined youth iWZ'make honored and elevated
manhood, and he is no true man who would
fetter the vigorous young spirit or sneer at
youthful ambition be its possessor never so ob
scure. Mr Elam's card may be. found in anoth
er column, and we offer as his references, Abil
ity, Integrity, Promptitude.-'" Business men
will appreciate those references.
After the exercises at the Hall, the n ilitary
marched through IFay street and after filing
their respective salutes were dismissed for the
day. At night the citizens repaired to the
beautiful Arsenal grounds to witness Uncle
Sam's display of lire works in honor of the day.
A rocket sent up at eight o'clock was the
signal for the commencement of the display.
Shortly afterwards a series of rockets were dis
charged, after which a number of sky rockets
were sent up. Then came a beautiful display
of rockets, after which several rockets went up
and a fire wheel having failed to whiz correctly,
the performance was changed to a discharge
of rockets, and a few minutes afterwards a
splendid rudi of rockets lit. up the heavens. A
number of rockets were then discharged, the
performances closing by the ascent of several
rockets and the people went home. Thus end
ed the fourth of July lSol. Long may it wave;
At the'sale of Devon Cattle, at "The Mea
dow." X. V., sevcutecn liead sold for si. 355.
and among the purchasers we find Af. J. Fai
5 on, Esq., 'of Sampson county, who bought a
"Hobbamok" at $115,00 and a "Keniiebeck'
at $100,00. Sampson is becoming famous for
her excellent breeds of stock cattle, and at the
last Agricultural fair we noticed some speci
mens which we thought could scarcely be ex
celled in tiie State. Mr Faison alsapurehased
a "Taminund" at one hundred doHa'rs, aud we
hope that hi5 laudable efforts to improve the
cattle of Sampson may be crowned with success.
3rd Win. Robinson, of Wayne.
th W K. Pdake, of Favetteville.
ath Professor W. T. Walters, of Wake.
7th Professor Al P. Johnston,' of Charlotte
'Corresponding Secretary, J. W. Brooks, of
Recording Secretary, W. II. Bass, of War
."Purser J V. Dobbin, brother of the
ex-Secretary of the Xavy, has sailed from Hong
Kong for California, intending to return home
leT-JIon Warren Winslow will addrcft the
people of Richmond at Rockingham, on. -Tnes-
day ot court week: also at tnc Mineral tL
on Saturday. .
mt those of iu:i i,n f number of deaths exceeds seventy a day
. VJ ill U tl II I till I Li t-il I flUliQ'UUlU J
ering that 1'self rurcservation is n :
A correspondent at Blockers writes us
tli at the democracy are "right side --up foi
Winslow, Free Suffrage, Tayor and Aliins."
Keep straiglit nlitil the first -Thursday in Au
lost to a man be iound acting up
w" and eoticenlratinff their forced oiT
I heir number -with, the hope of- success,
emulate their ' example of union and
r. and the triumph' wilt most certainly be
. MLct the democracy of the North aud of
lith, of the East and of the West in our
me - jtiniisuult : Loni;l- Satnruay mow;
ini up Io thi ; tlui the accrntaneW hf .Metiv.
tr tin; same to '
and Co., of Liverpool, sh'i'ft 'firokers, have beeitM0 pi ely -f
, ,i o'i i-i i-.- c.i i- x i I trorr. tr liairmaii ot Cumi.i
returned lhe haoditics of the firm are stated- 0n ,itm th(, Do.ira wl-
to amount to 15,000. Vg,-i,t Term l7-' "
The funds have been steady at the slight .fin- ijhfc
Kii.t.F.D. A man named -Kent w as killed in
Wilmington, on the 4th, byi the premature dis-
chartrc of a cannon which he was firing iu hon
or of the day
died in a few hours after the accident. lie
leaves a family in destitute circumstances.
&a? Nine out of sixty three counties in ,
Pennsylvania were represented in the convention ,r, j.
for nominating a know nothing candidate for 1
Governor. All the rest fused with the aboli-
provemeat of yesterday, but the market sl.ro'ws'
little tendency to animation. ..Money was in
Id County, cast away their own personal request dnrig the inot'iiing at the Bank mini-
nces and sacrifice everything like selusii-: muni rate of six per cent. Later there vas a
the altar of their Party for their conn- ! better supply-i-aboift JL30,000 out of the last
ood -L.C&- it plainly oe seen uy our ujj- :u i ivius oi uaiiiornia "oiu was taKCH to t lie
s that in onr midst democrats have no j Hank to-day. The rate of discounts continues'
ting divisions, but that indeed and in j to advance at Hamburg, aud is now GV per
"Ours are the plans ot lair delightful cent.
unwarped by Party rage to live like;. The Paris Bourse seems totally incapable of !
that tl Cleftf oTto"Tmtri
Vi c;py of .Jo .Sjtror Uiilriets iu t!
Ijouracd unfil JIoudT
miSJAVIK Fr Sf AW
Clerk Board S. C. School
' 5S-'.'t - '
A Moin.1. Wiuowek. There is a gallant cock
with short comb and tlie "game curved spur
iu our neighborhood who lost his beloved
Part let t just as she had lain a nest full of eggs
C aim ii ao r. N. C.
Vfter an absence of twenty live years, I was
'k ! a;;eibly disapointed on retni ning to my na
'! t;"v.j-feta"te to find that old Rip Van Winkle
revival ; neither theTdiiction in lhe Bank of;
England's rate of discount, nor the intimation j
that further artificial supplies of gold are not j
required for the moment by the The Bank of I
France, have sufficed to stop the downward'
movement. - !
FiiAXfK: The 'Elections. The Mouitcur J
.!,.. "wide awaKe and lull o. lun." l was u u- . "pumt uuuicmi
, a ... , 1- ..-.l.:.. ' f..,,,i tl.n 1 .r.l"....t nf tl... 4-1. !
iviititietl to see mat Aorta uaronua wuum . uunc iw me ru-i-ium.
tii.riiist five years has made u,igautic and rapid , It coiiiineuees by pointing out that.the Govern-;
Will attemT f X.If.
pose ot eolletillil
Seventy l ilt,
FWftit Dis-tricts, for the
lhe TjrWSs, viz ; .
JlKCTOIi McNKILL. .Siriff.
COODS SIACrUTT.Y DAMAGED!
50 PEIt CETSTT. BELOW NSW VOICS COST.
S. M. THOMAS & BRO.,
ITavejnt leeelvecl theirseeoad purchase of Spring
and Suianier Cood. Some of which are shulitlv
lamnzit eaused l.y trausporlatioii. winch they will
....II ..t ..fl ....I- ....lit V..i.- 'i.t-L- p.. t f'..r r :k)i
ii -.ri iri . -. .i i.-.:t- .f w .. . . ., i . r..-.. 1. 1 .. .i - ... i r.. , .
He WH terriblv m-nvled and v-aniicieer uiu iioi, as most unicainerei wiuc- fujj0- j everv thing that pertains to t lie wei- ; mei , m u uumj. :iuoj.mui- uiiiersai suiuage, T,e aLove .mj.,,1s eonMi-t of
111 " B W"'U'J "ia"0".u, .itm ... . . , . . . c, ,l . i.. ,.-:l..,.l 1..,. ,1,,. fl......l ..l.l.l 1... tl .... . .-. . - . . .
wors do, sinootli ins rumpled plumes and straight .arjr oi an eniigliteneU and prosperous peojuo. , ..-...!-. ..... ........,v.i .-..u u; wtiiu-j Slli. 'j sucx, Xtim MrqM JSnrrqcx, J'rinlca
Way run after the pullets, but with provideit 1 "fid that various Railroads have bee... con-; sioi. of the general will It has only reserved, Jauntts, lirillidnlt, Calicoes, "
car'e sat upon the eggs himself and nursed hi, -He others are being built, which m : J means ot in hience namely, to pro- T! fllUy , Ite the Uy all(l tt ot
i . . . fw years will a llord ample facilities tor the claim .iiomt to tin tommy tne names oi tne ; Waut ot Uarams m the way d the newest yomN
silent grief while he warmed his spouse's relit nu.ipui-tatien of produce from every nook and men who enjoy its confidence, so that the peo- j and latent styles, to call early and examine, for i'ir-hi-
into life. With all the solicitude of a materm ! roroer of the State. I nasscd throuirh Floral p!e may not be deceived by false declarations ; s-'ves. An oiu a.ia-e i, -to maiio niouej i.s to .-ave
nd was oi poinieaj opinions. "
Bene laky. The County Court clerk's office
in Wilmington was entered last Sunday night
and his papers o'verhaulcd, but finding no mon
ey the thief mizzled.
Which is Ricirr? The Louisville Journal
the American party-was neve:- stronger,
purer or more harmonious than at preseutV; but
the Richmond Whig says "it would be like
dishonesty for any one to contend that llitre
is such a thing as the American party iu exis
- ' - "
l",ns Igly Ihanndon-hlp.
Our neighbors of the Argus who said never
a word with reference to the Plug Ugly out
rage in Washington, at this iate day copy an
hen he leads his chinin!r brood about ami Ciilleire (the place of my nativity)
clucks and scratches as assiduously for them forcibly struck with the innn-ovemtmt that has
: , ., r i " . , 'jein maitc in that section of the State in the ,
alone as tl.o' there were no feathered damseb . ,; Jt JIiarU.r ufa Century. I found the little
adminng his spurs and uo coquettish pullets frly face boys that used to shoot marbles with
eveiuir his erlossv pluimitre and siran-'e behavior nfe where the Collctre now stands, now grown i
with maiden iealoiisv. Wo betide the intruder 'wn mid wealthy planters.
upon his chicks' domain
"With sharp stromrbeak and pointed snnr.
. - v 4 i
AJj'dirs The Cour-e f Corcrnor
TO Til K FHUKMHS OP CVMBElltASD CO.
ttl! S C A 51 At RlC. rewectf-illv aiinouiicert
- Idmswlf :iam eandidikfu for the olfice tn Clerk nf thn
W.ii!XGTOx, Julv 6. The affairs in Kansas 1 Comity Court. Having a knowledge of the duties
i-fcles where I was wont in my youthful days to have formed the subject of Cabinet deliberation, .Trihe "m. ue iiattcw hiiiw-ii in i.e w,n m-u to
, tuts nut-ti. i " j j j . J : mvc if't-eva! satistaftion to all ttie jiood neoiile oftho
chase the "switt footed deer," and the low mur- since the receipt ot the Uesolutions of the ..H.. ; eVeut of hi election;
vV pen us wur-m iu tnose auys rcsouuueu iui ncoriria nuu iisss.sip.pi jjcinocrauc onuu v-ou
The barren hill '
uiie croaking of frogs are noy syielding abuu-' vcniiuiis, condemnatory of the course of Gov.
pcr cls rjir ja ,
We lire authorized to publit-b that a portion of the
lesse T. Warden as a Candidate for Clerk of
is ni view
rn attacks are considered as ungracious, 1 1 j,g County Court
of the fact that he was sent to Kansas , ; .-' . '-j- -p7
adiinistratioii pledged to the defem.-e I 1 1,c, fnellds of V',1' ' V '
. , i . .i aiiiiounce hnu as a candidate tor
the office of Clerk of
Vnd dauntless eye he meets the foe,
iin i uioon or ouick retreat's t ie word." i...... i....;.... .t... ,in;,.t ..,..!
He's a - model Widower. Mnr - l. .-rnw frjLljl ....i... Linr i - . n-i... ,1.1 u..,..,.J i 1... .1 1 m- 1- ...:ii r.... ' citizens ot Uol.esi.11 county deBire that the name of
- " r wra-i 1 oe. u, . .4 m, v., v...n.- y.r, . .... ......-.v..al, ViUEmi be auH-moed as a- caudjdid for
11. 1 v c 1.1 wi iui 11 "4v " v t ! . 1 ...... 7 .. . - - ------ J tuu imiuc ui tivi 11 ki iau 11 lj
ty p. 'T"h"i f w their stead on a far different scale. The little ' dom ami justice in nd vising- a submission of the j ; A Citizex.
Tl.f.,.l,..rn.yw r.." ., . . church which in my day marked the spot Constitut'ioii to a vote of the people, and that j- We are authorised to announce
" ".."xi ui, me gieai uier- ,iI(, ...i-inmii-v labors have been torn down he f luia followed a safe me of policy. The
arucie iromtiie iaiumore t-iipper enueavornig ; icau siuiesiuan, was a uumorous jocose person-..,,,! ; its stead made a magnifisciit edifice ' Southeri
tn f v tlio ciirrmi - f tKat finl mil to ca n i mi t li fl ""O ' ... . ... ..nali ii KMitnni tiva tl'.niK'i ml i!'!'i
l J HIV LIqIUI J k v 1 n U IVUI VUlllll. OWVll HIV j , SI I f I ' 14 tl''' ' I V.U.HUM1 V " V V Id'lk III! - i
democratic party, and praising "the Plug Ug
lies as a body of nice American young gentle
men. The article says:
"The Ping Uglies are young Americans who
stand up for their countrymen in opposition to
fpreign impostors, and for that reason they are
proscribed by men who have obtained power,
by the assistance of such foreigners and others
of like stamp."
We wont cross swords with our neighbors in
the championship of these bloody rowdies aud
assassins, but will simply say that they are
'"o1" :. ,-i icious eiiOt.gl;
As he was onee innrnerimr in Mns,..lu,,t,.. - mid sunr.licd with corresponding elegancies and by an
j " o v "l-"-l li! I k . - . . . -, , . I illlll'MllICi: 1IMU (l- il Cdl
not far from his native town, he stopped late comforts from the proceeds ot a sewing Society, ot Hie Southern rights, and opposed to the ! t!le (, v C(JU1.t l)fc
one niiht at au inn in the village of In gotten up by the worthy ladies iu the surround- Topeli Constitution ; and in conformity with j June l:;"
the barroom were about twenty person.-, who i"g county : ami last Out not least, we lnui m wincli jioiicy uov. aiher is now ciaimeu to
called him out to discover n thief ni. ..f 1 1... it.s choir . laced anions the chorsits a very Que be nctinir.
company, it appeared, had a watch taken lioni and handsome iiiellodoom and I'll warrant that The views of the administration carefully
his pocket a few minutes before, and he knew one of those fair nymphs who is want to linger elaborated, will, there is reason to believe sco i
the offender must be in the room with them its kevs with so small decree ot musical author-
"Fasten all the doors of the room let uo one ity can put any. common man to nodding in
leave it." said Mr Webster, "and here. land, church in five minutes. My wife enters with
and bring your wife'
i eat brass
ljubv mid 1 must close.
Boniface did as commanded. The great
l..wt L-.ltlo u-ac rvl.wrwl in !.- i..;.1,ll.. f
welcome to all the giory of such a cause and to 1K)0r boltom uplas- b1ack aud s00ty as the
ail t!ie credit ot such associations and nartv afh-'!,;. ,.iipv liuft- :n,l, ncml -nee was celebrated in this vi
lations as the Plujr Ufflies afford. Thev are "You don't vant hot water nor nothin- to with unwonted .enthusiasm. K very body
take the bristln off no i-rittcr do von 'sf.nir..?" he balance ot tne genu humo came to see
CvRTiiAOE, July bt!i ls."7.
yv Kditor: The anniversary of our nation.!
mil I'Ciul -nee was celebrated in this
i.e ofliciallv nroiiiulateil-
Thc President and each member of the Cabi-j We
net received to-day an invitation to tttend the ; John W
funeral of the late Win. L. Marcy at Albany
Tlie Picsident rejilied by telegraph; expressinj:
iiis deep regret ;it the sad event, and saying
liiai the pressure oi' bublic business would pre
vent him and his associates from attending.
j iLtr 'I'lie friends of lioburt (lilUatn
j announce him as a candidate fr the oflice of Clerk of
; the Siiiiei ior Court of Cunibei laud Count'. Klectioo
e-O i :,, An..w, mix
::: v:n.;. .
are aut luniietl lo ' aiijiounce
Baker, Jr., as a candidate, for the
office of Clerk of the Superior 'Court for the
County of Cumberland. ;
down upon decent foreigners and respectable
Catholics, but a Plug Ugly with a patch over
his eye, an oath iuliis mouth, a bludgeon in
31 A lilt 11 :i
la Cumberland county on the 1 ! i li of June by Kd-
his hand, and a bowie in his breast is one ofleockrell you have got."
said the landlord, the preparations lookiu
much like hog-killing.
"Go to your barn and bring me the biggest ami
i 1....- Ili I ...... 1.. ... .,....,! ..r. ..-.1. I .t thn -.7 o T...... 1.. 71...-T.1 V...;-1. 1. AT T. . 17IT-... M
. .....;...! .. f. .. 1 .1 ... 1 ..4- .1.. IV i- 1. .t ..W 1 1-
('av l ne 1 1 u mi .i.uiii uii. u ill me cuuii iiuu.v -
marched in procession to the Presbyterian
. 'Ci ... .. : . i -. i i : ; ..
uii cll. r lie cei emoines ojieiieu witn vioi.u mu.-ii.
t in .sun.iav
llarv K. .liiu'u
lhe 7th June Mr A. W.
Ider of Shejiard Sewe'.l.
Melvin to Mis
T lie Friends of Pctei1 McBachin Jvsq., an,.
nounce him as a candidate for the office ofr
clerk of the county court of Robeson county.
Election in August next.
June 4th J857.
those patriotic and noble Amerikins who siall
and ottgkl. lo rule Amerikay
"Better be the head of the yeomanry than
the tail of thy gentry."
So says good sense, and true gentility echoes
the sentiment. Snobs prefer the latter, only
they imagine themselves at the head of 'the
gentry, because mayhap some weaker vessels
than themselves have lain hold of the tail a
few inches lower than they.
teiy"A. SI.," who wishes his paper changed
to Thomasville, will please let us know from
what office he w-ishos it changed. We have
several of his uame upon our books and do not
know which to transfer.
0Af MAKER'S .TIApZCYE.
W'e have received from the publishers a
specimen number of this very useful periodical
It is a large, handsomely printed, beautifully
illustrated monthly and should be liberally pat
j'oiised by the craft. A special editor has
charge of each dopurtment, Trimming, Paint
ing, N ew Patents, Literary &c. -. Should any
of onr friends in McKethan'g extensive estab
lishment wish to see the work, our copy is at
AVe aw-'ui a Into issue of one of our town
cotemporarics an adroit article against free suf
frage, published iu a conspicuous place but un
accompanied hy any cditoral comments, and
evidently intended as a feeler. We had a
mind to respond to some of the objections Of
the writer at the time, but concluded that per
haps it would be ii useless expenditure of time
and space. The question of free suffrage lias"
been discussed to death already: the people
favor the measure, and we will only reiterate
the caution of the Standard to the democrats
to be sure and vote the Approved ticket. Do
not let local interests absorb all your attention,
and be sure- to go to tlie ballot box with a
free suffrage ticket in your hand. We see that
Sir Puryear has declared himself in favor -of
the measure. Rather a sudden conversion,
is'nt it? The Western Sentinel pitches into
the anti-seven-thousaud dollar speech candidate
with a vengeance, charging demagogueism up
on Mr P because of .his sudden transition
from property qualification to free suffrage.
The know nothings, as a general thing, are
violently opposed to the measure and will vote
heavily against it. It therefore behooves the
democrats to watch aud work as well as pray
if they wish the present odious restriction re
Beniface went to the barn, and soon return- ly Messrs Bruce, McLean, Tyson, and MePon-
ed with a tremendous great rooster, cackling dd, eaen oi v nom maws me now witna ina.nc
all the way like mad. . .hand. The Meelenburg declaration was read ;
The old rooster was thrown under the invcr- hy Sandy Barrett in an impressive manner, and
ted kettle and the lamp blown out. ,:he national Declaration by Dr. John fchaw
"Xow gentlemen, I don't suppose the thief gracefully and eloquently, after which C. Dowd
is iu here but if he is, the rooster will crow Ksq , orator ot the day, delivered an able and
when the offender touches the. bottom of the ..iitertaiiiin.g .address which- at its close was
kettle with his hands. Walk, around iu a cir- loudly applauded by .the delighted auditory,
cle and the cocWwiii make khowii the watch ! Dr Lawhon then arose and, thanking the ladies
stealer. The itiffocciit need not be afruid, vou ! fpr their kind attendance, requested the- lriends
know -,vi. t of the Cheraw and Coalfields Railroad to as-
The company then, to humor him and carry semble at the Court house and substantiate
out the joke, walked round the kettle in tin; their professions of interest In tie-enterprise by
dark- for a f.r niinni, - . " V subscribing heartily. .Pursuant to the - Dr's
"All done, gentlemen ? request, .a ..goodly dumber:, of the ; substantial .
"All done, was the ry "5liei?a.vburo4rHSdh.e, Ca"rt. room wiUi open: :
ing we heard no cock-a-doodfeloo V - " , i&: Alex: efly S; ;nppoifed
"Briii"- us a light " - " twurman, and the riiecting wits entertained fou. -
A light was brought as oidered. . " " !sl"'f time by Several, able speeehes. The ad-j
'How hold your hands up good; folks . ' iT'6? W mtu?1 necessarily t.tm4roni xne ;
One held his and up after another? TlieyP11' ?flly set;
were 5f course black, from coming , in- contactff' n"d thoroughly discussed. Preliminaries j
with the soot of the kettle. " e" scttled thc chairman announced .
"AUnn?" -- - ' i fio tlie meeting that the books were open fori
"All nu." was -the resnonse.. ' 7 i ?" a"" .''lu l"llh Iie "opeu every
" ll black?" ' 111 w,th tl,e slightest spark
"A II don't know ;
hasn't held up his hands
"Ah, lia ! my old boy
at your paws 1
They were examined, ami were net bluci
like the rest of the company.
"You'll find vour watch , concealed about h
"ith inst at his residence on
mat v. Gcoru' Vi ileox. in tl
can KPiLir.sv cukkl -
We think lhe lollowiii;; letter from a repcctablt
citi.ra of Mississippi will answer the rpiastion, aud
remove all doubts Iroin every uinnaseu, niinu;
;i;i:nai. Miss. June 5, 1855
Pr.'Pcth S. llance. Iluliitnore Ml. Pear Sir: I taka
I great pleasure in relating a caBof spaenis or lit. cured
I'cp Kirer , ;-. ;, .,i,, ,1.1.. I'HU l lirottier J. J. Idcron.
Jil ( ar of his i. i..,.. iii;,.t..,i vi iil.ijhl. nirf'nl ' ilisnse. Iff ir
iletfiodist Ei'dscoj.al Charcfi for inauv vcars, and died
in the fall assurance of a blessed immortality. It has
been tlie lot of few indeed to meet death with as much
composure as he did. having folded his own bauds iu
the usual position for being laid out. In fiis death
tlie community have hisf, a charitable and obliging
neighbor and the country au excellent citizen.
a.ue. The deceased was a consistent member of the j w;43 jrM attacked while quite yoiiri":, He would Tiave
one nr two spasms at one. attaek .hrt; tmt an He 1
jrrew older, tliry seemed to tnere likewie.- -Up to J
Uie lime he eoiuinei'.ceil taking your IMlKhc had thenijr
very often and quite euVcrO, prostratinghitD hotly nmlV
niia.l. lli mind laid Bafl'cTcd "seriously; but now; ;M
am luiiy to saysJfUi ura ot tnose ins. iiQnnn
enioved iiue health .ffoMhe lat live mouths past.
. - . . . ...t- ?..i..:....-J
nimil lias also ruiyrnl io iib -original spriguiu
Alt this 1 takrf &ntV Dleilsnrc In coraniunieatin ', as
may be tlie neiiiiif directing othi'rs to the r
hat will cure th j - Yoarszcfnectfiilly. Ac.
Xo nCiWii a s(feiiis from l'its, or f?
diould iieKlPetie-STK Ibinec; aft. r iir
sujmt oi III I BCfuniaic . ' J -
iuh wmk mm " ' .
mail "lieo on ilse rptetiH f j
Seth S. 1 lanec. VVmkmmT'. .Md v
FRESJl TURNl1 SEED.
'l;KD TOP. tmmr
. - Kt TA I'.ACA. -Just
received and for sale by
s. J. mxsDALi:.
LAST WEEK AT COST
I will coiitii.uo to -sell at Xt-w York (Vt
. j ... l l si i .1 ... iu.i r ri.
of state nrido : liurinr tlie pies.ni. w ei k ami u v".a "c j .jiu oi j uiy
i f t Will I'rOCl'.U i .-.1. -ii..ii".i iur;vHiin-.:w.R,v.".r
- ' i fVl.ni. i ii i- . t - - ' , I will proceed to sell at auk lion tlie entire .Mock, eo.
here's one fellow L4"7, -would -iinniediatcly come forward ..;.,;.'.,,-a i:(1Tc s,..ck ..f
n , j-a.id '.show his list." 1 hey needed no second siiUs. Grenadine-. Harare.-', Tissues and Or;.'andi.
. i "t ..f , Vi-" o 1.(..f40''ctation, for there was a general rush for All-wol Iichmcs. -i!k and Wool do.
! 11 take a ptt Ujie .. bcfore wo,.(Is wc,.c f-crtree,y ut T-ge.her wiri, a variety f Staple Good,.
person searcn mm r v . -. -.- . j in a .,. lwi..i ,;, n , I - r,r--P!.Afvra. rxvn?:M;
And so it proved. This fellow,.Jiiot bem , - -f i;: ' JJ& d iiili.-JJX W u a a -iy a i i
1... .1.. .r,u tm that iu!vatcd and prominent position. I nave not . r,., vt c,.:,,,. .i-ill bm-in on the 2d M.mdav it.
SI T-'KI'.n-V.nS dlsi-.TPJ tf the 411ndJi-r Kidiiry
Iriipsy. V. -a'liwn. k&. ri-.-id tlloilv.-lt1 lu.'nt in arj
uinii. in -:nl-J HAaikfLd' lionufljo ri-r.ariitlcii vj
FAVETVeVILLK MAllK M'J
Cor red f I uertfor the S'crlA CaroiH$
a J4t;,;Iolatises v S
a H.fgalt W.
tercd each one se'esaintr desirous that his name
sliould be handed down to posterity upon the!
extreme point of the "spike pole ot reason tindj
truth" that roused old "Hip" from his slumbers
by ii. V. MO( iUb, Au'y.
! np. Fine
awnrenv mnrn than flip rpst of the trail that
was laid for the discovery of the thief, kept
aloof from the kettle, lest, ' when he touched d,
the crowing of the rooster should proclaim had
as a thief.
As the hauds of all the others were blackcih
ed, the whiteness of his own showed that he
boon appprized of the exact amount subscribed : ,ruly. The under.-iiied having ha 1 considrralde ex
hut learn that it was verv liberal. Everv one ' i.-ii-nee in teaching, h.-.p.-s by diliguut' "at t-.ui.)i to .
urn huim.i"." .v .... .. j ' i
sons and aids. I
v: and siiiet re-
luet of the j.npils. j
hy exit non redire from the lovely village of! poard can be had in the viHag aad vicinity at from
out learn that it was very nuerai. r,verv one p.-n-ncc m teacumg. imp. - si-.un
seemed "ri-ht side up with care" in-fa voruf the ' business to give fall ausfaeu-n to tl,
road. So mote it be'l With many wishe, for; SS
thu success of the enterprise, I shall soon make .r;lI-,iwiH be paid ti the moral conduc
ih.rod ..f ib old brass kettle, and thai vy. e.
he was the thief. - j (We cannot present lecuiusehs respects'.
He was lodged In proper custody, preparatory as rcqnestcd in a clause we did vol publish,
to being sent to jail. owing to onr lack of "the material." Per.;
Wealth ii-flolaueh. desid-it js JPbf us 5 the f Sauting J
onTytnemVn wo is the possessor of i. ! Ins fefpest. Ed 7
t. Sil rjvr month.
Tei ias per Session :
l'rimaiy tuglisli r.r.mches
lligher Do. aut Mathetliatits
S 8 00
l j r-o
MKNT tK)WP, A. 110 Prlj!al.
1 00 P?rr'Crai.,lv
15 Appfe '
ti 50 r Whiskefi M
G lb ) Do. nortttrn 40
Gkaiv ' Tfrd'EVTixk,
Corn 1 -25 f-llaw 2 00V. 0,,'
Oats 65 -Spirits a .
Teas 1 25 JSwceds Iron fl
FlaxSeed 1 30 Hides 8 10
Corn we report a slight decline. Teach and
Apple Dramiy scarce, and in deuityid. The-
market has been extremely dull past wees.
WILMINGTON MARKET, July 9, 1S57
Virgin "turpentine 3f.5, yellow 2 60, hard 1 4(K
Spirit!" 10. Sapor Floor 7 iS; market dm with
ward tradeacY. Xo. 1 Rofin S 50 to 6 50 as in Qiia.lttA
viV Ccn HrfB rtjw.twn r