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PirpM THE RIGHTS OP THE IPEOPLE:
PfiBliUARY 20, 1858.
J VOLUME Xll NO. 0S9
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ML!.- ' : . U! TERMS ' I k 1 "fl' rPnOli - V. ; l-
SCBSCRIPTIOST TO THE C AROIliSTI AlS
For a single doprl if vaid ini advance, per annum, $2 . OU
I " if r Ml 1 V atitheendof 3 months. 2 50
at the end of 6 months, . 3 00
at the end df the year, 3 50
o subscription iiwill be received for a shorter period
ah one year unless paid in advance. ' , -
i , MTitbrhe jyie of extending the circulation and eri
nancing theiufiildess of the paper," tlie proprietor of
fers the following iremarkably low ' . '
CL UB - RA TE S , RL1BL. Y IJVA D VAJWCE:
! 5 copies of the Carolinian, 1 year $8 00
10 V; j. ; ."j, . '' 15 00". . .
J ' SWy.ettta Pf f wuare one lines, or less, for the firsts
ana ju cents TQr eacn suoseqneni inscruuii, unisss iue
" f1rrf!fninint-- fa ntihllsHAd: for-more than two mnths. I
when it will je charged :j
For three months, V- -;- - -, . 400
For six mpntha.
- - - : 6 00 ' v
For twelve months, f . - - - 10 00 .
advertisements must hare the desired number if i n-.
serted till forbid. o.J eliarred- oeco rdlnjrlj- f &jeciai f 'a
rurttnnm market! on tnm. rtnerwiae tney .wiii te in
attention ts direct tret t,thi riMrn. "- .s
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CLKJIEXT O. WUIGIIT.
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Atlm-iiey at Law,1 Fayetleville, N. .
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Oificc at the corner of Bow and Green streets.
.FeVy 3 1856: - . j ' " ; '
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I. A . SPl'AItS, '
ATTOllXEV" AT LAW, . ' '
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ATTCD tho ICoarU of Cumberland, Ilarnet
.Wake';and jh.nstoq. ... -
A 1 Iruss, rorHnWjl' llaruott Go., C.
fe'ciK ig; 18.) a. jr. : ' S5-Y
BjIRTIP m . FULLER,
I Atlfirnc'y at Caw,
V' YE Tj'i' EV'IIjIE, N , C,
May be coi.ultet aft the Law Ofiice of Jeso G
herd, K.:.,-oii (iiei'ln iftrect.
; July lU,'l6,-(j. ij -
.1 AlllUlt.tl .11 I.Ail.
Rockingham Riphmb.id Gqunty 'INorth Carolina
will practice iit tin) Courts. of iiii.:!nnnud. Amou and
llol?swn. - All ba-iiiieris eii trusted to his care will re
ceive .strict 'atteution.-
. Five sevenths of the FARMING AD TURPEN
' TIMH LANrjJl h llariiett county, known as t!ie Parker
i and McN'eilJ lands, jailing Vii.- ILirr ugton's land ori
i Uppr LittU River. i 'l'lkcVe is .soiii'j 200 abres cf tbe
be.-it ijualityj of low; groun Is' o;i 'the River. Tha( up
! liEid'-t are heavily titn'iered with' piiiys, and 'within six
' miles of theLFayetteville and .Western Railroad. !
For particulars apply to D Mc ARTHUR.
'. J. p. ROPER, i
t; y I " : J.iW. HcKAY.' t
' Nov. 1836 Z3, - '
AUCTIOXTiliR. Jit. COU3IIKSIOX atBicri.-
J Last side of j Gillespie street;
F..YKTTkTIl.l.E, N. C.
9ctvber 1 18,t."i
21 X 11 B L E : V X CtT O R Y,
i ' -rf
BY r GEO-, LAUDER.
Nearly; opposite to
E. .W: . Will kings Aiction Store:
ayetteville, N. C' ' ,
Oct. 1, 1856,
Fall Stock, 1
, B. F. P I A R C E k CO.,
RE nowlreceivinc a larr and well selected stock
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consisting 4n part of.: " r
Black; and Figured Silks; - '
. , Kiiglteh and French .Merinbes;
Pfainiiaiid FiM DcLanes-
Frcne!li all v.-bol Plaids;, - .
Alpacas of al. qualities";
English, French and American Prints; j
Chenille Shawls, (beautiful patterns;); j
Ladies' Clocks of every description; f;
.lacouet Ed.?inpjs and Insertions;';
Collars and Underslceves; j
Hosiery; Gl0ves,'Bc!ts; r .t ! j "
. Kibboiis, Trirflmhigs,.Axc; .'
Cloths and Cassimeres;
. ' Tweeds, Jeans and Sattinets; O ?
i. "Vite- and Colored Flannels: I
bleached and brown Shirtings;
Allendale 10-i Sheeting1.; . .
Bleached and Brown. DrilliiiGCS;
s PlauljLinscys and Kerseys;
; Marlboro' .Stripes and Plaidsfr
i- Brovvif and .BleacLed Thle Cloths; '
I , Tovyellins ofa!l kinds; V
NegrOiBlankets; ,?.-' N. '
.Spiral Brass and Whalebone Hoops;-. '. '
I Good assortment of Hoop Skirts; ''
Yankee Notions of every variety, kindaHd
V. .. i I quality; , r .' ' i. ..' . . '
Silk, Leghorn, and Straw Bonnets;
" Moleskin;. Cassimere and Wool Hats;
Boots,, Shoes, Umbrellas, &c." ,
"J;- " 4-ALSO! . : -"" .
A large and "fashionable stock of
All ot which: ! w i 1 l-beii) Id t low for CASIli or on our
i ! .usual time to punctnal euatoraers ither at Wholesale
'.' or Re.ail. All persons! are respectfully invited to
'give ia call.' . , ' . j. ; :
t W'PE.VRCE. Jr.
Sop. 12 .1837
W. II. TV
ir ivi :c; to s,
General CnmmUslon Merchant.
NORTH ; WATER STREET,
iWill give personal attention tfthe sale or shipment of
'- a X L r I
!tan coisignmenis oi .aTai -adores or other country
produce, amlany other bnsiness entrusted to his care
i wiU be promptly attended tct
1 April 18.1857. . . , y "
Paiiity Oils; Varnish, Brushes, tor
WANTED Three first 'rate Workmen, for urMnW
. the best of prices will bte given; and study work - The
' price forking Boots . 3.75; for footing, 2.75: Shoes,
1 50. Wanted immediately.
TIIE nndereiened Would respectfully inform his old
rrieuus ana cusioinrs mit u taui w iuuuu
: . I i . i x
Stpre of C. Leete,
kvhere -he will be glad to see
jj r. Mcdonald.
LI A RESTAURANT.
They -Bay the5 Magtoolia Tree in the- handsomest
"growth south of Masoii and Dixon's line, and it is evi
dently a fact, lit is alsosaia tne AiagnoiiA liesiaurani;
en Green Street, between Dr. DW. Uobinsonfs Medical
Establishments and Mt P. Taylor's Store, and nearly
win tond cannot wel
. i T'.
The subscriber wou
the citizen of this plabe and the.surround
for the unprecedented
liberality they have- bestowed
cn him, And would solicit a continuation
He has always on ha
nd the VERY BEST LIQUORS,
WINES ani CORDIALSthM I can be found in the
United SttkinnHtiet by the quantity or oinerwiee.
Srruri. bad many otlier "rood things,
and flattersihimself thdt he"hae thi '?moit polite, obli-
einir. accomplished an
'FRANK", vender to attend to
his establishment, that
can be found either North or
;notice. lie would qal1
rinkg put up at the shortest
attention rarticularly to his
private rooms up staird
, which arc large, comfortable,
and in goo
; ! '" R. JONES,
Ireen St,. Fayetteville, N. C.
18;7. - !
Q o nfectiipn'
and a vari
ety of arti
cles in tho
Foot Of Tiivinodtt.t. Fayette vine, JN. U.
r i m
f- 1 w
& DOMESTIC. -C.
B. LEETE has on
II AND at present' a
! SELECT 'j
Consisting in part o
OLD NASH BRANDY
T PUKE old Rye Whiskey
nong Wjine; Vintage 1855
j- - N.'E.Rum
4iL.101C OUT FOB THGlliOtOMOT
Tl y li"
Has just received a M
n ?e and general STOCK OF
all and Wintertrade.consistina'
GOODSsuittd to tbel
t " ' of a ch
bice selection of . ' - '
" Staple and
LF aiKCj- I K V GOODS,
Boots and Shots, with almosf'evcrvthinjr desirable in
thjit line. ' I . ( .r
PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always to be had
AT L-E T T S.
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex
changed for country nroducc. . '
NOT IC R.
: Persons indebted to
of the heirs of John M
Jas. C. McEachin, ps Guardian
brrison, dee'd, arc hereby re
spex;tfully informed, ttat said guardian has in a great
majority of instances endorsed and transferred then
notes to the undersigned. , Al0,;that our urgent, ne
cessities, apart from tte reqi irernents of the endorser
compel us to collect as speedily as possible. All those
indebted will thjoreiore oblige .usj and themselves too,
by paying up immediately. Wei must and will sue
where the money is no
A. D. MORRISON.
Ji M. MORRISON
N,. A. MORRISON.
March 7 IS57. 40-tf
- Laurinburgh, N. C
I. S. IJAXKS,
COM3IISSION ASD FOIIAVAKDI.XG
WILMIXCri ON, JY. C.
January 1, 1856'. ly-pd -j
For presDrving Fres,
i Fruits and Vegetables. Pints
Quarts and Half-Ga'llAns, at S2 40,'3 40, and $5 25,
For sale at the Crociery
W. N, TILLINGIIAST.
Also, Fresh Supplies of CHINA, GLASS-
WARE and Table
June 20, 157
James C. Smith.
Have removed "their
C. SMITH & CO., i
office tc the second story of tfi
building formerly occepied bv theTelegrapb Company
whefe thevare prepared t attend to all business in'the
All business entrustied tolhemiwill be punctually
. Wilmington, iOctobd
vttt T K fiflPCS '
Vlf A JLfJLlJL-CX. -LvJLO .
ARL now receiving
TnEIR SECOND STOCK FOR
THIS SEASON, emb
acing, : - ; . ". ' " ' .
flats, Boots, Shoes, '
AND MAbE-Ur CtOTHlNGf - !t (
To which they invitb the' attention o Wholesale .
buyers generally. i :
T. M. WlLLMMS.
JUst received and fbr sale by
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i w a m. v i
nient in the South. Persons tetians in pnncipJe in the State. Uur SynDa youun.yu.iage, occupation, nanus oi xnev etc., anu
1 miss it: it is the YELLOW" I stands fifth in the Union in point of numbe'rs,
,t,vfl i.;c pfhnJ hf thankino- and her membership is greater than.tht Of corailind3 the highest Medical skill of the age, and
DEALER IN -
of : Mr .
I -- - w -
ft Bbis -; .-.
ft do - ' -
July 11, 1857
- The "Presbyterian blinrcb in iXorth Carolina
has Ions labored under a serious clisaavantage
frnm tb want olf a ionfnal- t6 advocate her
clairas and reoreient her interests. It js esti
hisifP that only 1000 Pi-esbvt!erian. ; Weeklies
are taken in the bounds of our three jPresbyte-
ris We have 13.000 Comrauhicants. and it
Ou-c sister Stages on the Korth
neither of which pas a membersMp scf large as
ours.-publish the! Central and the Southern
rTffgrtimf nasr-come.yuen xue l'resoycerian
Church in jNortbjCaroliua should likewise do
her dutv to her children. It is a conceded and
important fact, that hundreds of ourf members
will take a State paper who wil takq no other
The Paper is needed to. be the organ, of oar
Synod and Presbyteries to elevate and en
lighten the piety of our membership by di Basing
evangelical knowledge :to promote jthe cause
of Education to develope the talents of our
Ministry, and to strengthen the j attachment of
our people to the soil and sanctuaries, of their
If pur Chnrch .in other States, and other
Churches in this Stat, ciiii supply their mem-.
bcrswith a religious journal, why may not; wef
Are North Carolina Presbyterians inferior in
A . I . A J a. . r i. il. . I I .
la-iem, energv anu painotism iojcneir neiguuors
On the .prth, or faouth, or to ? Cunstiaus Ot j
other denominations at home?, With the
same or'bqtter opportunities of ) accoaiplishing
this work, siallwe leave! it undone? In tflie
language of, one of our most able and useful
Ministers, an adopted son of our State, "It
ought to have been undertaken $0 years ago,
Uut"it is not too late to begin to ido right."
In the last two or three ; months, a fund of
about $5000 has been subscribed as a perma
nent capital. At a meeting of the contributors
held at -GreensboroTigli on the 14th. of May,
Rev. A. Baker, Chairman, tlie Paper was un
animously located at Fayettevilje, under the
name and title of the North Carolina Pres
Uyteriax. Rev. Wm. Nl Mebane and, Rev.
George fcNeill wTere elected 'Editors: Rev.
Messrs. George McNeill, Wm. X. Mebane, A.
rtBaker and C. H. Wiley, and Messrs. - George
'McNeil U-Sr., John II. Cook dnd David Mur
phy Vfere appointed an Executive Committee,
to establish the Paper and'manage its business
It is our wish and design to make thfrsNoRTH
Carolixa PREsnyrKRiAN a journal of the first
class, equal to the best in the coil n try in typo
graphical appearance and in adaptation to the
or .rChnKh. ' ltcolnmn will ftfTnrrl
tjc, and special care will be taken to-giytr TuIF
an,, uu.uiuie suiinuary oi oiaiei news.i, Alie
name of the Paper is designed toTje an expo
nent of its character and contents! From con
victionit will advocate the conservative, or
thodox, Old School doctrines ,nd; order of the
iLOurjGrst appeal is to our own people to N.
C.Presbyterians. Whilst we rely confidently
upon their favor, we trust that the native sous
of 'North Carolina who have found- homes in
other States, and the adopted citizens of our
State who foriq so important an element in our
Ministry and membership, will take a deep
interest in this enterprise, and give it their
hearty, support. ...
Terms: $2 per annum in advance, or. on de
livery of the first number; $2 50 in six months
$3 at the end of the year. To clubs 'of. ' 25 or
more, paying in advance and when the Paper
is sent to one address, a discoutjt of 10 per
cent, will bo allowed. Our Ministers and
Elders arc earnestly desired to act as Agents,
and all others friendly to the caufe will please
assist in procuring as many subscribers aspossw
ble, and forward the names, by August 1st, to
this Office. As soon as 1500 subscribers are
obtained, the first unmber will bej issued. If a
faithful and vigorous effort is mad'c in the next
two months by those Hho take ailively interest
in this work, we will without doubt, be able to
begin, the publication at the end of that time
with a paying subscription list of jat least 3000,
JES3T Address, Editors of the Nbrth Carolina
Presbyterian, Fayetteville, N. C.l
Fayetteville, May 20, 185T-
FOR SALE, j ,
Heavy 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings.? .
Qotton Yarn, Warp and Filling, Nos-5 to 10.
. I ' ALSO, :i .
Belt, Picker, Roller and Lace LEATHERS.
Oils and Manufacturer's Findings. 1
Winter strained. Sperm, Lard and Li&seed Oils.
Shuttlie's Isinglass, French Glue, 'Emory, Roller
Cloth aud Glass Steps. ! '.i.
J. II. HALT., Pres. B. C M. Co.
July 26. 185s . - ift-tr
KsOOO lls. Tallow fvantert,
For which the highest cash price will be paid.
Oct. 1.-.1851 A.M.CAMPBELL.
Am A. 3IcKetliai)
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Respectfully inforrns hisfriendsaad thfe public, that he.
uilt up large Euosianuai JuriCK punuiags at u
Stand, expressly for manufacturing Carriages.
hank fill for the very liberal patronage he haa received
or. the last 2 1 yeare, he hopes by i strict attention to
business, with a desire-1& give satisfaction, to merit a
continuance of the same. He warrants his work to be
made of the best material and by experienced workmen;
; each branch of the business. His work will comp-arel
favorably with any made in the United States, forncat-
ness ana uurabuity. -
II is determined to sell and do any work in his line
on as good terms as any work done elsewhere that is as
well done. He, now has on hand, finished, the largest
stock of CARRIAGES, BARQUCHESjKOCKA WAYS;
AND BUGGIES, ever offered in (his place, apd a very
large stock of. work nearly finished,. which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom
ers, ygg-lle has on hand more .than ONE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and In course of con
tructii.n. , ; - ;' '''' ' '
'&A work mnde bynim Is warranted 12 months
with fair usage, and should, it fail by bad workmanship
or material will be repaired free of charge. :
. Persons wishing .to buy would do well tocall and
examine fo thempelves. ,j .
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed'at short notice attd on very rea
sonable-terms. i I
Fayerteville, Oct 1.185,. , . I
?e cfo in infpr tMat thpre - nre inO.UUU . 1'reSDV- I all WbO atIy bv letter, with- a rifisp.r nt on nf their
nod South or West of Pennsylvania, will furnish the most approved: modern treatment. -
A lieneyole Institution, established by special eir
downient toy the relief of the sick and distressed '
afflicteChvith Virulent; and epidemic diseases i
The Uowl-d Association, in view of tie awful des
truction 6 laiian life, caused by Sexual diseases
and the detipttous practised. upou the unfortunate
yictfma of lach diseases by Quacks, eeteral years
ago tiirectj their Consulting Surgeon, as h CHARI
TABLE AOT worthy ol" their name, to open a Dispen-'
saryjfor tli treatment of this class of diseases, in all
their forms! ajnd to give Medical Advice Gratis, to
a im uireciors, on a review oine pas&, ieei issurca.
m W si r r . a . i
" r that fieH" labors in this phere ?r benevolent enort
j havsieen of irreat beneflfc to the-afflicted. especially
to4Jf.spung.-and they hr
ave resolved to devote them-
(Lifublished by the Associatfdn,ii Report on
SDcrJaatorrhoea, or Seminal, Weakness, and other Dis
ease of theSexual Organs, 'by the Gonsulti hg Surgeon
whlh will be sent by mail: in a sealed letter , enve
lo,3 Free of Charge, on receipt of two Stamps for
pot age. . . !.'!. - - i:'
ddress, lor Report or treatment, JJr. ueorgeit.
Ciflioun, Consulting ' Surgeobj, Upward Association
N 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa
By order of the Directors.
GFAlRCHILD,Sec'y E. D. HE ART WELL, Prds
n. 0, i: tiS-Jm pd ii
TROY & ITITIiliER,
Attorneys and Counsellors
-' ' AT lixw. ; -r
L.UAI B E ItTO X N, C.
KOCERT E. TROY & JOHN P. FULLER, have
formed an association for the practice ot their prolcB
"5,ii ;17rhrsnn' P.O.. inl v It. iF!. Trnv .will also, at-
1 -J - -
tend (Ve Courts of Rladen and Columbus, and J a
Fuller those of Cumberland,
The f Office in Lumberton will be kept open
times, i - . ' . t
January 9, 1858. 83-t' ; r
PAYETTE VILLE HOTEL.- jf
FR.UNK N. ROBERTS. & :(JP having
leas(d this Hotel, will ; be pleased j to see their
forki r patrons and friends, assuring them that
they will use every exertion to please - .'
F. N.ftloborts.1 , l i : ; J i fJ. G. Smith
Jci. ), 1858. . ' 83-tf : . ' . 4; ,
LE HUNTDKED DOLLARS
RiNAWAY from the subscriber, on the 23d Nov
185 hisboy DRED. He is 31 or- 32 years of age,, 5
feetJO or II inches high, ' complexion light (rather
copacr colored,) he has butjlittle beard;i was raised y
Ilaibord Spencor of Montgomery County, .JN C, atid
afterwards belonged to Noah Srnitber man." and wias
broight to South Carolina , by Mr James Page. F t
in any jail in North or South Carolina..so that I get
him.' He lias some relations in Chatham CO., t..
aad may possibly be lurking about in that county.'
. . ' ' . U . J. A.; BROWN. ;;-
Mars? Bluff. S.C
: Bo-it r:
' College. ;
IIAYING seven years practical experi
ence in his profession, five! of which have
been spent in this place: Dr. B, would
simply state that tie is pertnanan.tly located here, that
is from the 1st of Oct. to the first July , each year,
during which time he may be fotrnd athis pleasantly
situated rooms, near the market in office hoursi H
His terms are STRICTLY CASH, no inducement
will be held out to the community to call upon him
other than that he flatters himsef that i in future all
operations shall compare favorably irith those previ
ously performed by him. i . '
- Jan. 23, ' '"85-tf j ;:
GAUDILY, Si:i.D. j
WARRIXIEI) THE CJROWTII OF 15T, f
ThcTSubscriber has jut received a--large supply
of Garden Seeds,' comprising "e-very varietj-," from
the celebrated G ardens of Johnson, Robbins & Co.
Wethersfielcl. These seeds' have been" sold'-'lere
for the last five years ttnd abvay! given perfect
satisfactionJ . JAS1 X. SMITH, Druggist.1
Catalogues will be furnished gratuitously Upon
SELLING OFF AT COST. I
The Undersigned offers to sell bis Stock of 0 oo Is
at Cost. All those wbbi Wish td purchase (heap
Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts mid Drawers, Cotfon
and Merino'Socks, Shiii.4 and Drawers, Umbrellas,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, &c, will do wcll to give
me cj call. H. GliAlIAM. .
3T" All those who are indebtctl to
me Xsy Note or: account, will confer a favor on me
by calling and settling the same, as no lurther; in
dulgence can be given.:' j II. G. 1
Feb'y 6, .1S5S. i 1 : lit... .
' - FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL. ) y ,"
TlIE Sixth Session of this Institution will com
mence on Monday the 22d of February, and contnjue
twelve weeks. r ! . . .
Its past prosperity and succes is sufficient guarantee
to tho public that no legitimate mj.ans wjll be spared
by the Board of Trustees, to render it -equal to - the
beet School in the State ia imparting tt tho ough
practical and accomplished education. r ;
Eight teachers are employed in the several depart
ments, thereby affording unusual facilities for pur
suing thoioghly the respective Branches designated
in the curriculum of study. j
The price of Board ahd Tuition per session is $S.",
which inCluflOs washing, lights, fuel and every item of
expense in the boarding department.!. Music, ; Paint
ing French and Latin at the iTsuaJ rates. The Inf-ti-tution
has recently been furnished with ;a valuable
Philosophical Apparatus,1 which", with the religious
and intellectual advantages of the community, and
the superior accommodations of the boarding depart
ment, strongly recommend it to patronage at home
and abroad. For further in formation apply to m
M , ! WM. K. BLAKE. Principal:
Feb. 13,- ! r ' es--u ' "
j FAYETTEVILLE HOTEL
TO BI3 CLOSED! f
The subscribers will cloke the above named" ndtel
on the Second Monday in Maach next; And will opeu
another House for the entertainment of their cust(m
ersaud the traveling piiblic, of which due uotice will
be given in this and etheri papers. " ;. , t .
F. N. ROBERTS & Col
Feb8,; - j,; ..! - ;:i :; .;(. -8S-tf , H -
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' FOB SALE. !)
THE HOUSE and ! LOT recently occupied iml
owned by L.Belleagrath,! and now! occupied byjH.
McMillan, on Hay moun.. Will be sold at auction,' a
the Market House, on Saturday 21stfFeb'y 1858 at 12
o'clock. Persons wishing to purchase will be thewn
th$ prmises by Mr J. Mart ine, or by
' f ! f- A. i M. CAMPBELL.-
:Feb'y.l3.' .-!" i -' f - 83-2t- I
r The Royal ; Marriage in Ii3ndonr
The English papers are; filled iith acxpuntB
of tlie marria!ge. xf Jthe. Prince .joyilf with
Prn'ce; FredcHclyiUiaixi oL rrnssia,,, which
took place in the Chapel Royal of xSL J4arrc
'Palace, on Monday, Man, 25 th. The account
in the Times fills sistcen columns. London was
filled with royal guests, chiefly from ; the; Ger
man courts. Among thera were the JCiug of
the Belgians, the Duke andpuchess" pfBdra
Ban t the Prince "and .riticessjff rnssiaj (pai
rents j?f; the bridegroom,) thai puke aud Dncb
ess of Saxe;Cpbtirg, th Count f Fl.n(le.ra,'ad
many uiusib. '.(,;;)
rile cereincny.of marriage, was performed .by overVorb'noMtselfV: Frr.i v.irvn)i"t f "
he Archbishop "of Canterbury, assisted "by thefrotiitTanuary to December, brain and h;iv. f
Bishops of Loudon-, Oifprd,and Chester, the ees faiid finei'd, tho, powers of the bod;,
Dean of Wmdsbr," and Sub-deau'olhe Chapei and ' tho jpowersf of tho mind are in sj s
RoyalJ ; . . '' "jr-; . . ,v- modfc, merciless activity.7 There i no JneL
.There-were three processions; the Qaeen. fa!feif tasteless,. soulless dissipations whicl'
the bridegroom's and the ;bride,s.-,-.-i.Tbe fatter!
was supporiea Dy ner jariner. : ine ceremonies
wete:ot the most imposing charactor. Before
im service a cuorau, written tor the, occasion,
wasNsahg-by the boys of St. Paul's fand West
m inister Abbey choirs. At the : conclusion;
Handel' Hallelujah Chorus was sang; ns - the
procession of tfie bride and bridegrbom left the
chapel,; Mendelassohii's Wedding March was
played. . Immense and enthusiastic crowds
thronged the streets of Londou on 1 the occa
sion. In the evening the Qncen gave a grand
concert in Buckingham palace, j; "
Inhere w-ere illnrninations and various festivi
ties in LondQn and throughout the kingdom. v
J he bride ana bridegroom were to leave in a
day or two for Berlin, where a grand receptlcri
was prepared for them, :". '-.::':""f- 'i: ,,y,
Tqe fullest particulars. are given of the ar
pearance of the royal couple. After the cere
mony! the bride, who had been very, cjpm posed,
gave way and threw herself in .her', mother's
arms, in a burst of emotion. ' (
The young cqupe immediately went to
Windsor. 71iey w ere drawn iheroj by j the
Eton boys, amid great elreering. - i ,
The bridal costume of the Princess Royal
was drrich white moire antique' the lace dress
of exquisit Honiton guipure, coi-sisting of three
bonnces, the bofly beingj trimmed to' match.
The veil was of Honiton guipurelace, worn in
a stylft completely novel in. England for bridal
costumes, attachedto the head with magnifi-
cent Moorish and Spanish pins. The dress and
ing-the rose, thistle and shamrock. ' The latter
has employed fifty girls' for tlie;Jas.tf twelve
months, This new styejof veil was entirely
Her Majesty's suggetio'ii and the. carrying
out of the idea met the? .approbation" of, the,
Queen; The costof this'production was abont
.600. ; i j.- .''!'- -
had oii upon
leaving tho Buckingham
Palace for Windsor, Was of white : tuIJe,. trim
med with lace and bunches of orange blossoms
outside, with lace quilting inside and white
Isilk ribbands. The size jis not very diminutive!
The costume which Her Majesty dressed in
at the marriagewas of peach color moire antij'St
with Honiton Jaceflonrices and peach-velvet
train, v the lace flouncej being,the same which
tbe Queen wore at her! own wedding..
At the wedding some of the jSighest families
in the empire wore represented' in the persons
of tho young ladies wlo Jiad the honor of offi
ciating as bridesmaids. f- I ! '
The floor ot St. James' Chapel was. covered!
with a scarlet carpet, .and was entirely appro
priated to the royal-cortege, the , illustrious"
visitors aiidj their suites. r.
The altar was of crimson velvet, on which was
the royal communion service of gold plate.
There was alow rail of oak round the altar,
the supporters of-which were of gold, the whole
of the top being covered with crimson "veliret.
The rcyaljweddingfcake was of colossal pro-portiops-7-five
feet in jheight. It was made in
three tiers, and in compartments, - each one.
being surmounted vyith a figure of a classical
character, more resembling a work of art in
ability of executiun thari a production of the
confectionary depart'ijneht.'' Jt was brought'to
Bucking4mih,alace in pieces, and finally pot
together there. I i 1 i ' -
Several autograph letters were written by
the Princess Royal tb her friends among the
nobility of her own sexj
taking a' graceful aud
affectionate farewell of
False Inowle dge is worse than Ig
Nora nce. The p e ( 'pic of JCew;England hav
tbe enviable ."reputation of being scholars;
education, of a certain description, ia widely
diffused amwng.all classes. Tho result' of
the late election showjS how misdirected has
been this great engine of power. New York,
3Sew England, and
phe portioruj ) JMJchigtirf
Wisconsin and Illinois, settled by NewKng
land people, ; all showed that ther-havo oc
quired false knowledge, instead of the "true
A candidate was dominated for the Presi
dency, without ;tho re(motesC qualification
for that important office And false vkn owl
edge, blind fanatical zeal, induceil a tuajority
of the people, celebrated for Jtheir. exteriaiye
literary acquirements,' o crive him ahalmoat
unparalleled , majority jfor that- hlgti office;
t alse knowledge isi more to be deprecated
jt 1 i i -.- -'L-.r l TIrl ?
iuan .wuaii is sneenngij caueu ignorance.
" V " Ehil. Argtt.s.
The Railway of' Gkeat Bcn;AiN.Ac
cording to ifackett's Tables, recently pub
lished, it appears i'that , the" revenue of the
railways , of the United Ivingitpih Jn; 1857
as ? no lessl than 24,000,000, (120,000
000,) ($l',5p0,00C,0da) The railway pro-,
fits fbr last jear must" have I lecn , about
13,000,-OOOV ($65,0Oa,OG0,) or - about 4
per. cent, of the total , capital; but from a
considerable portion; of .the 4300,000,000
capital being in Join's and preference shares,
at a rate of interest averaging more than the
per centage of profits,! the, average .dividend
is about 3 1-4 per cent, per annum. - "
. Hon.! Edward Everett on Dut-Doi;
SPOUTS-frTlie - "old man eloquent" m r;
forcibly rrfcm&rka,.'. that :- " the Anic icn .
a a people at least ttiio proicssioi;.u . . -mercantp'classe3bavb
. too little con uU i ,
etl; tUb jniportanco of healthful, . ?ycncrci (
recreatioii, ;The,y, hnyo .not learned tl
le3son Contained 4n ihc very-. word whicl
teaches that tlie,worn-out man is re-cre" t
made 6vt again by the Bcasonablo xvlnw-
tfon of the strained faculties. The old worbj
learned j' this lesson. .ycats fltroi . and foua!
oat,Hebdi,l78) ; that as the bow nhxny.-.
bent wiU at last break, so te man, bn-vwi
bn'tha'iraWof thought and action.; will ..
nor '.tfreak down; : . Thrown v.
yr ja ew jcomi n c r x
j can pX1 ulwiv
are".; fcaUeti i amusements, but noble athletic
sports,', manly , out-door exercises, are
llittJfi iHivatcd in our town and country
":;11:Thb1)iftekence.- Sydney Smith says!
that, l the people often-imagine thc&iselvc.:.
pious when they, arc only bilious. "
';Krbuslant. -'wiidse liver is oUt of ohlci
says, H that he thinks Sydney ought to have
known vue . . aiuercnco t oeiwucu u i
Disposition and a Serious Indisposition.
Kind Words Why usr 'Iiieu 1st l.c
cause they always cheer him to whom they arj
addressed. They soothe him if he is wretched. .
They comfort him If he is sad. They keep him.
outf tire slough of despond, or help him Out il
he happens to b(f in.
j 2(1 .There are words enough of the opposite
kind flying in all directions sour wordscross
wbrds fretful - words insulting words over
bearing.' words irritating-. words. Now Je:
kind words have a chance to get abroad, sine:
eo many, so different.'ure on the wing.
3rd, Kind wqrds,btc53 him that uses them.
A sweet sound oil the tongue tends to mnk
the heart mellow. Kiitdfwcrd3 ie-act upon the
kind feelings which prompted them, and muki.
them more kind They add fresh fuel to th
fire of benevolent emotion in the soul.
, - 4th. : Kind words, beget kind feelings to
wnrd Mm that Inves to use. them. People love
to see the face and hear the voic6 of such n
man. 5 ... ; '" . .
K'md words, therefore arc of gtcat valuo w
these hard timc3. ' ?
" . ' n i LmO CTrw
H It appears from the official stn tern cut
vedat the Post OfSee Pcprirt 4
sum for .'pre-paid postage on ! :?
thc;Ncw.York' rost--Or.ee r c f, a" : .
nn.-.. - ' ; A , . n r-. ,-. , , .
t postage stamps and staiiipls-u.d" .sta,..,
veJopesfsoId,-aiso.snow.. a aecrcac oi
jerTtie bachelor who undertook to mend hi '
breeches -with the "thread of life gave it up as
a bad ob, and .sent them to a tailor; aful the'
woman who made a pound Of butter out of ti n
cream of a joke, and a clieeBe from the t)ii;;
of human kiuduesfi, has wiice washed the cloLn
of the year. .'
-- .. 'V - '. ... m ..p m . .
A Rcsso-American Tei;eg.ai'ji A tele
graphic communication between this continent
and lussia is not-only far from being an impos
eible thing, but is, in reality, so easy, the vast
extent of the line considered, that it is likely at.
no di6taut day to be-carried into effect, provided.-1
Here "'be .any prospect of -.remuneration.
JIere,'howevr is the'one great point of dilliculty
Such line betwcen St. Petersburg, througii
Siberia to" Sitka, in 'Russian America, will
doubtless be orderet by" the Kmpcror, and
thus tbe greater portion of the way will t.e
overcome. llussian policy of an imperial pow
er demand this immediate communication with
the ;inost remote portion of the J-inpirc. A
correspondent writing from St. Petersburg
states' that there is much talk ju refcrenro i t
the establishment of telegraphic c;oniniui)iea
tions by, land iXvitii A drill America. ' ine r
submitted by the' .Russia n government, by
Belgian engineer, consists in bringing a n
t e U -
ccrapliic liue throogh Siberia; then, establhshii:; ;
a Aubinarine communication ueiwcen tne v.aj, :
East and that cf the Pdintof Galles, and lin
ally joining that line to those of the -Unitul
States4across Russiau and Rritish AmericA.
Stop Xow!rr-Yoong nan if you arc just cor.
mencing or practicing any vice or bad habit, tl; :
tiiie to stop is now. (You have arrived at t
Btopping place and you may stop ( now if t
please,jbut if oa snffer yourself to be, v.iiiik i
on by apetiitii and pasaionf", '''"you may. go,- s
fafihai wheriyou desire jto stop, it may4 be- c-.t-of
your power to do so.
Jyan 8W6ar; or drink, or break the Sabbat!-,'
"stop now;":. Jf jou' think evil though 1, r
tell things ivb. quita true,' or ftobictimrs t '.
tk more thtn-truth, "stop now." M If yon ni ;
goYrig to dance, or play, or any place win..,
you may meet bad eompnny, "stop now." K
you are hi the habit of jelsting about religiii i
or'Ministera; or pfeach'ing'stop now.' I f
thu'iti there is time enough to become religioc
by-and-by, and that you will pursue the way
are going awhile tcfrigei, ''stop now;" for i!
course you arc going leads to death. Vunt
Rttordtr: ..... . . . . .'. ,. ! --'
XJAInejfrd -was'-: brought np. before tlie STayi
ot Phltjidelphia for' stealtig ii chicken. Tlu
cbnelusivcly proven. .
i',WH,Toby,f eaidlhc Mnyor, "what h;.v
vou ot.tb say for ycursell?" .
i'-Kouln bnt dis," replied Toby, "I was;
crazyas a bedbng when I stole dat pullit,
I'mite hab stofc de big rooster an nebber df:
itl'" Dat shows 'clnsiv ly dat I was labrin umJ t
VIC UCi 1 1 W - 1 1 1U iu acr.
1 . 4 m I .k.i m trimmind '
"The, foundation of nil- happiness, tcmprr:
nd eternal,1 is reliance on the goodness pf(!
it is a oaa nian.to nui your ocsc loot i.
most; unless you can keep it there,