North Carolina Newspapers

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" THE NOBLEST M0TI
THE PUBLIC GOOD,"
VOLUME XX.
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C, SA
.dIRDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1858.
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for
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jjr-?J- JOB V'ORK of all kinds executed neatly and
promptly. MARTIN & I'EARCE.
ILEGVTj NOTICES.
'Tf TOHXEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Fayetteville, 3-
CLEAfENT G. WRIGHT and BARTHOLOMEW
FULLER have associated themselves toother
for the practice of their profession. Prompt atten
tion given to all business committed to their charge.
They will practice in the counties of Cumberland,
Ilarne'tt. Sampson, Robeson and Bladen.
Nov. 13, 18;8. tf
NEW DRY GOODS.
W. MACIXTYRE.
HAS RECEIVED j
Cloths, Cassirneres, Sitinetts, Twedes,
Kent'k Jeans, Kerseys, Linseys, Flannels,
Blankets, Merinoe's Bomb'zines, Alpaccas
Muslin DeLanes, Calicoes, Ginghams,
Brilliantes, Marseiles, Silk Velvets, Silk
Robes, Silk Dress Goods. Jaconets,
Nain-sook, Swiss, Tarlton, Book Muslins,
Silk Illusion, Lace Veils, Silk fringes,
Laces, Edgings, Braids, Tapes, Bonnet
Ribbons, Table Damasks, Napk ns,
Towels, Diapers, Irish Linen Shirting,
Sheetings, Bedticks Shawls,
Cloaks, Mantillas, Challices,
Elastic, Enameled, and Ribbon Belts,
Bonnets, Col'd Flats, Rucnes, Artificials,
rwa.F-ts, skirt cord,
Brass, spring, ratan, Whalebone.
THE SUCBSKIBEB
S now receiving one of the largest and moss c
it rr ntfered bv him in ink
market, comprising every style and quantity oi g
JU1D1KS-, GEJTS, MISSES' --VZ BOYS.
SOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, fyc. J
AXD, IX FACT. EVERYTHING USUALLY SOLD IK HIS US
Planters and all others who desire to purchase
superior article of BROGANS,
are respectfully solicited to call and xa"infnh.l8J0,
i Having just returned from the North, and exam,
ined my Goods carefully before purchasing, 1 -J
myself that I am now prepared to them upon as
1 J . : v l.,.., v. in fhis market. X
good terms as tney cau ue uuubU. -
IF ATHFIK of all descriptions, and for all pur
noses constantly on hand.
P The above articles will be sold chfok
Oct. 23 tf
C- T-Krrli rT I. j
:, famara 'i iirii"i "-la rJ
r- . T.TTTTF.RT.nWS f.TXE.
fBAMER FANNY" leaves Fayetteville every
y?Monday and Thursday morning, at 15 minutes
t Sun-rise; and Wilmington, Tuesday and Friday,
5&lock. -carrying paasengers and freight.
Reamer "SOUTIIERNER,' with a full comple-
st of Flats, mkes one or more trips per week, as
Scunstances may require.
itaaccident to the Steamer "ROWAN" will be
'ired in a few davs. She will then take her place
eline. " ." T. S. LUTTERLOH.
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THE NORTH CAR0LIXIAX.
FAYETTEVILLE. N. C.
J experiments was with Japer weigliing four-Vv?
! ppii rtomifl.4 tntlip rpjfin- T"lif first., sllfpts
used were each halved and weighed, each
half sheet being folded double when tested.
A half sheet weighing o,IG5 grammes, hav-
strain,
T "PsjI-o of fin r? cs-rtr
Lord Lorn-who soon after, us Murqnis of j inA" 4.81 square inches to support the
Arpyle, became tlie leader of the Cveiu:itinjr a perpendicular strain ot 'UU.o pounds,
jiartj had exerted himself with diligence to j Vv'ithout sizing, and -weighing by its loss
put down the system of robbery and oppression ; 3.070 grammes it stood a strain of 100.5
by which the country had been so ionjr hnras- pounds. For a tranverse stra n, a half
Kfil- and he had succeeded in caoturiuir ten ui ; .1.,,,. " oo
the most noted catterans, includ ; ur one whose
name enjoys a pcjiular celebrity even to ti
pnseni day. This was Gilderoy or u ilheroy . i
eet wi'if inifr U.2'2i jrraiunies. 'with oo.oi
square nclu s, stood a strain of 254.5 pounds.
Without sizinjr, and weirhinr 3.025 srram-
Sni'h jit least was h s coin no aitnellat !0'i. a : T z i
descriptive term signifyinjr the Red Li.dr but i ,
he actually bore the name of Patrick Macjrre-
3.E under si snetl owns a tract of LAND which
pe wipnes to sell. It is situated 13 mues a- ----- -j
jretteville, o.i the west side of Cape Fear, on fror, bein- a member of that unhappy c an w .m i.
.?QtUer, .coiitaining Two Hundred and ePperate courses !xt thirty yours before.
1t i j- v Vnother of. the captured men wnsjonn r trues,
balance well timbered. Some tine swamp -llluuln , 1 . , , , , , '
easily drained. Terms made easy, a-d persons who seems to Have .been tlie jiaus juwres oi
has
the
Cotton seine twine, nett twine,
Cotton cards. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes
and Gaiters
Oct. 23.
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TUOY & I I lililU,
Attorneys and Counsellors
AT LAW.
iOBEUT E. TROV & JOHN 1'. rUM.Mt. nave
formed an association lor the practice oi meir
T.rof.-ssion in Robeson co.. only is. i- i roj ...
also attend the Courts of Uladen and Columbus, and
J. P. Fuller those of'Cumberland.
Their Office in Lumberton will be kept open at
am. times.
January O.lBr.R. R3-tf
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.1. A. SI'KAKS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
4 TTEN'DS the Coiirts of Cumberland. ITarnett,
j. -'ake and Johnston.
Address, Toomer. Harnett Co., N. C.
Feb. If.. lftoC. r'-V
ATTOUNKY AT LAW.
Can be foil ml at theOlTice formerly occupied
bv Dr. Gilliam, on liow Street.
FlYCTT K V ILl'E
June 2fi. 1S5S. tf
5. C.
LAW iVOTSCH.
riHE SUr.SCIilliEUS havin.!; associated themselves
1 toether in th" pr -i-tice f Law, under the name
nd st Tie of CAMERON- SUA v., will attend the
County and Pup -rior Courts of Moore. Montgomery.
Anson. Richmond and Robeson. All business en
trusted to them will receive their prompt attention.
Address Cameron and Shaw. Attorneys at Law,
I?n,.'Kinirham. Rjvhmond r." V. ,' JS ... .-;
USEFUL ARTICLES.
FLUID, Oil and Lard L imps:
Brittania and Brass Candlesticks;
.Superior Steel Snuffers;
Brittania Castors. Tea Pots and Coffee Pots;
Brittania SPOONS ana LAULhs;
Brittania Communion Sets Goblets and Cups;
Tinned Iron Spoons and Ladles;
Planished Tin Coffee Urns and Pots. Tea Pots;
Ovster and Beef Steak Dishes, and Dish Covers;
Waiteks, of ail sizes and'shapes.
Fixe Scissors; lare for ouUms, small tor embroid
er; ; Razors, and Pocket Knives;
Baskctf! Baskets!
for all purposes;
COFFEE IlILLS,
Iron and Stone Morters;
Stone Crocks; Tin Ware;
Cedar Tubs, Pails, Churns and Bowls;
Coun'er Scales, to weigh 1 to 540 lbs;
Family Scales, to weigh every ounce to 4 lb;
Cocoa Dippers; Hair and Wire Seives;
Table Mats; Feather Dusters;
Dust Puns; Curtain Pins;
Hand and Tea Bells,
Music Portfolios; Ladies Work Boxes; Rosewood
Toilet Boxes;
Ladies" Leather Bags, (large;)
White Satin Beads and White Cut Beads, for
fancy work ;
Porte Monaies. entirely of leather, a superior article;
Electric Polishing Powder; Boy's Saws; Corkscrews.
A o-reat variety of other useful articles, too tedious
to "mention. Come and soe for yourselves at the
'Crockery Store." V. N. T1LL1NG1IAST.
Oct. 2.
, aafl
I'TTTO 1 T rIPF? 1 I "WIST
.. ..... a rr-Dirc! at t-
llllL Wliu i. prong &111.L. tumw, ...
ci nun x j" ' ocf,
Do., with 3 nrong do., 1 56, $1 75, and
$2 per set;
And a variety of others at 75 cts. to 2 50 per get
some of which are of superior quality.
Ivory handle Knives, with steel or plated Forks,
or alone, at S3 to 6 50 per set or dozen.
For sale at the "Crokery Store7'
W. N. TILLINGHAST.
Oct. 2. 2m
g to purchase may call on me at the store of E
re & Co.
JAMES BELL.
itteville, Nov. 6, 185S. tf
the notorious outlaw. James Grant. A natural
! son of Grant was also of the party. These ten
men were now brought to trial in r.aimnirgn jan( tj,j
Weighing Electricity.
fitrnnire : s it in jy seem, the electrician
llit- power of ii-cn taiiiiiitr, by means of
electric 11 iit itself locality of the tiny outlet
bv which it escape into the sea. Some time
since, a m-st ingenious piece of mechanism was
math", by which the electricity cuuiii he weighed
the lliiul beiiijr matte to act
upon a imi"iic. :
iiiiiiii tliti itn if 1 1 irf -1 v-r ii ! ctful.
It was alleged of Gilderoy that he and his band j yard, would tell, with accuracy, the weight of
had for three years past sorvert " through the ,irV;ta tra;ismitted from the other et'd of
the wire at a ioiir distance. 1 oIloviur
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Fafw-f rp CI! MOUF now offers1"81" bo'jntls ot &II'a,llsPey. oraemai, t he wire at a Ioi distance. 1 iIlowinr out
-"4 ie a portbm of his swlTmp 'lands in the ! and countries thereabout, oppressing the com- j ,,lis ..X,.riin0lltf wt. believe first shown .by Prof.
t'l Cumberland. about 14 miles below Fay- j mon and poor people, violently taking- away Fa,..uj;,y, other electricians have arranged a
TC'I H about 14 miles east of the Cape Fear : from them tjiejr nieat, drink, and provision, and j very sensitive piece of machinery, by which
I f.I. lie euuic t-vva.mu 11 as ueeu MicceMtuny : , -ii :ri0 17 'r mr iir T :i t p 11 Ml t ' (J II no L I ,1 1 . u
- . ... .. I C 1 I ill M 11 UlU'l. ..iivt inn m-i.v I ? 1 , I 'S Si ' ' ' 111 11'IT S
he larse body ot water bv wliich it was .. . .. . . t ,1 1 . 11 '
i lrom one lann in u-ienproseu; nat. mm iut s.,,r(J ot llu,
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CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !!
GR IIAM, is now receivinjr, a fine Stock of
KUAUV-MAI).. CLOTHING, to suit the
FALL Sf WIXTEK.
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
He would solicit his customers and friends to give
him a call, as he offers his Clothing low for CASH
or on reasonable terms to prompt paying customers.
GAUMEXTS CUT IN THE LATEST FASHION.
He may be found east jam on Market Square.
Oct. 9, 3m
it
invril Thp lunrl ! n n-nn rfn tl v level.
frnm ridtros whie.h irp so rem rn on to
a generally 1 whilst there is an abundance
fwhich the rain water can be carried off
ditches. A small oortion of the land
cultivation about 7 years and Ihose
:iK Vi.ii'ri anim T V 1 tpiinc l'ii n or1 It rt 1 11 V t
by oril rtliry tony,they haye ?ee in
gJVilod good, and the access to Fayetteville
P lilgtoa easy by means of a good road 1
a5 I- llb2th leading directly to the river. Besides
Slate, li:,i.- .j p 1 i:m ,;n.,
. Ktim ttLllii . tuuen ui i ovii u iiiiui inuc iiuigi..
nel,gr.;.lA and healthy Bluff, at the river, with a
ana r, , ... .i.:i.
1.- irW-UOUSK tuu 111st rate luiiuiiisr. Ji" n uii-u
mi hk 1 '
11
AJ
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1a
CAST IIS
JJix -erns Cake Basket.
JillSS XOTX.EI
Is now receiving his Spring supply of
HDZRT" GOODS-
Among which are
Prints, Lawns, and Brilliantes;
Col'd and Black Silks;
Irish Linens and Diapers;
Farmer's Linen. Twilled and Plain;
Cashmere and .Merino Twills;
White and Col'd Cotton Hose;
i Bolting Cloths, No. 0 to 10;
Slikand Straw Bonnets; Ac.
With almost every article in the Dry Goods line; all
of which has been purchased by the package at the
late sales in New York and Philadelphia:- Will be
offered cheap for cash or on time to paying customers.
March 20. 93-tf
FRESH TURNIP SEED.
FLAT DUTCH,
RED TOP.
ENGLISH NORFOLK,
LAil'j:-J ulouu,
S:ife ot t hi
at Balrenv. eatinsr up the country, and posses- j maV
siiv themselves of whatever they could lay ; 0r ,
hands on, and in some instances they linu car-1 uj
ried off the good man himself, or the man and j s,;
wife together, in order to extort money ioi
thpir ransom. One ot the etiarties leans us i ip. to f.mnhiv
the romantic scenery of Loch Lomond, where j he conseoueiice is, that the electricians have
there is an island caiiea inciieaiuocn omen : ot y,.t H.cll a)ie u USC(., tjtin the place where
Island), trom having ueen me seat oi a -i t,e cable is ilefective
electricity by t lie conducting wire
correctly ascertained. The amount
esistance offered thiomrii 'he whole leiiiitti
the Atlantic cable, or even one half of it. is
something e y much larger than any which
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Villi ' '
e m:ii keti bv the i e .cate machinerv liiln-
iii. on shorter distances ot wire.
nerv in ancient times. Gilderoy, in company
roltb bis brother John Dhu Kov. and h.s hall-
ich I . .i -r i i i !. Win;.....
mues ii-. . : . r, . n .,orotner, jo umuum, nau iomc i' i. .......
77. .. inconveniences to the neichborhood. Aft i ' '. . ...... , , ..... .
on'ans haye spoken of purchasing, this is
1-irmn o T v . - ! n .
UUUll a. - f;, ... 1 tl,.,;- ollnnlinn In I lio
77 7 lias much as there is a crop now growing
anora,ml portion of the land, by which they can
severally d tj ErReasonable terms will
deemed frf. ,
, . . 41he purchaser,
subject, jj f
upon a 8fl
judge off
be give ISTOTICE.
Sept. .jfiYjer wishing to change his position will
' on Thursday the second of December
valuable property, viz :
The su.UO A C It KS I) F 1 A X I
ofTer for sil-est s;ic Gf tne Cape Fear fifteen miles
tue iu'iu'eville, adjoining the lanas oi Jonn
d others. Said land is level and healthy
i , i(pnt improvements on it; further descrip
KinS f essary as the land will show for itself,
above fayfan together or in small tracts, to suit
vv imams, , oa tie Rame dav j yviU offor fol. gale
7. - velprses. Cattle. Sheep. Ac. one Timbei
It will be 8.
purchasers;
Stwart' bonsp! iii this island, and taken from
it" the whole insight plenishing, uids, and
geir," besides the legal papers belonging to the
proprietor. There had also been a cruel slaugh
ter of one of the Clan Cameron. The other
men were taxed with offences of a similar kind.
If the doom of the ten catterans was duly exe
cuted and we know nothing to the contrary
they were all, two daysitfter, drawn ba:kwuils
on a hurdle to the Cross, and there haiigtd,
Gilderoy and John Forbes suffering on a gal-
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i lows ane degree iiignei man lhluh h.iu
their companions sullereil, and lurtiier iiavn g
their heads(and right hands struck off for exhi
bition on the city ports. Gilderoy. as is well
known, attained a ballad fame. " There is a
broad-side of the time, containing a lament for
him by his mistress, in rude verses not altogelh
or ricvoid of iiiithos. he says:
Of one thing, however
they are certain ; that is, that the fault does
not occur within twenty or thirty miles of the
land; and we are informed that within the first
two or three hundred miles the continuity is
complete. Beyond this distance all is still
doubt 1 uncertainty, aud it is idle at
to speculate upon the subject.
present,
"I'onn Lady's Description cf a Stcrrn
at Sea.
The sun wont down like a ball of dull lire,
in the miilsfc of smearing clouds of red cur
rent jam. Tlie wind began to whistle worse
than any of the lowest orders of society in
the six penny oallery of a theatre. Every
wave was suddenly as bitr and high ns the
Italian Opera House. The cords of the
ship snapped like bad stay laces. No' best
Genoa velvet was ever blacker than the fir-
m ;iit ;i l id u 1 1 1 i LP.UiJir'. .VxU'liSiji-.:tl' ti -
MaT 1, 185S.
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
East Side of Gillespie Street,
Favkttkvili.e, N. C.
Nov. IX. 1H;"8
Butter Dishes, Butter Knives, Mo
lasses Cups, Napkin Kings,
Tea Bells, Tie Knives,
Sugar Tongs, and
Spoons.
FRENCH
FORKS,
AND
SPOONS,
of all sizes. For sale low at the "Crockery Store."
Oct. 2. -3ml W. N. TILLINI1GAST.
July 11, 1857.
"S.J .HLNso-iS
'Of,' t
, OIK
I two
es!"i
tf
rcC EMPTY" TURPENTINE BARRELS tor saie
0UU at my Distilery also Superior Turpenting
Scrapers constantly on hand.
Oct 16, -6t
J. R. McDUFFlE. rynE f.
W. II TURLINGTON,
Cieueral C.maiii.si'' Meicliant.
NORTH WATER STREET,
N. C.
XTTILT. -ive personal attention to the sale or ship- ft D $ f rf JJ S AND CIUHRS
V meat of all.coasignments oi Aavai
other counfrv produce, and any y'"''"
trusted to his rare, will be promptly attended to.
April 18 18.-.7. 'y
OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS!
(Fresh Norfolk and Spiced,)
AT THE
jmiT. I -Hii
n
Jularlo Factory,
7&.'
of
HE subscriber begs leave to ann?uc J? be
i , '-.i 4- bua t.htm (inrinar the season.
at tlie Auction Store i r? . , tUm tw.it. thv can be suDolied with
JL- Ul "- .v.w L t I Me ill SO 1 UlUI III-' tutui j '
Mea's at his liestaurant, rronio u ciu ... o
until 1 2 o clock at night, wiiu iue v;
n n u Biinnrflnns to sav that he
et can aaoru. no ucviun
c ... : : ,o!,;r, h s Hfistaurant what
..-.ii t?n'irn Tid ii:i i ii i ii iiiaiviu .
Aug 21, 1S58.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
tf
JUL GEO. LAOER,
Two Doors above C. T. llaijrh & Son's Store,
Fayetteville, X. C.
Oct. 1, 1856. ly.
if AAARS. TALLOW WANTED. OR
lU.UUU which the highest cash price will be
pail' A.M.CAMPBELL.
Oct.l,lfi56. tf
Bolting Clotn.
CONSTANT supply of warranted Genuine An
v,r" Koltlne Cloth all Nos. kept on hand and
for sale at the lowest prices by
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
.? TAPL E A yJJ FA NC Y DRY GOODS,
Clothino- and Furnishing Goods; Boots and
Shoes; Hats and Caps; Irunks; Carpet,
Bags and Valises; Hardware; Cutle
ry; Crockery; Musical Instru
ments; Imported Havana
and Principe Segars; for
sale by the Box only.
A large assortment
of Negro Blankets, Mackinaws,
&c., &c, &c.
Comprising in all one of the la gest, handsomest and
the most thorough assortment of Goods ever exhibited
iu this market, and will be sold cheap for Cash, or on
time to those who pay their accounts at tirst preseuta-
tl0Our friends and the public generally are very res
pectfully invited to give us an early call and secure
a good bargain. G. & L. BRANDT. (
South side Hay St., Fayetteville, N. C
Oct. 23rd. M
: x- .fi,;.,,.nm,ipomii.tilcsire. one ot
the imagination oi uk-.,.. -- .
the most lespectable, clean, comioname
loons that can possibly be put up - anywhere
Families can be supplied with Oysters by the plate,
quart or gallon. teTJBEN JONES, Proprietor.
Yellow Building, Green Street,
Nearly opposite Sheinwell House.
Oct 30 -t
one Carriage, farming
tedious to mention.
a?jr in exhibiting the
ipersons who may wish to visit them.
cnown on day ot sale.
tf ALEXANDER WALKER.
FOR SALE.
THE foljowing valuable real estate, the prop
erty oh-E. C. Hall dee'd. is olfered for sale and
cuuaiBi? v he followiniF tracts:
Tttat aesi:
about 260 a
"v O -
hie nlace known as Rome. containinsr
. r
place wiil bJgoid entire or divided, to suit purchas
ers, it beingB.jrobaoiy one Qf the best business stands
in the countflL ani isverv desirable to those wish
ing to enteri,ne mercantile business.
No2, Con,st3 efaLot and Brick Store (2 tene
ments J ia Cjnpbellton.on Bridge Street near Claren
don Bridge,! is a very desirable stand for business.
No 3, Is 3Eacarit lots in Campbellton, known in City
plot asNos09i mr 112, an half of lot 113.
No 4, Is dwelling houseand lot on Haymoiint,
corner of Ilankroad and Adams St. Avery desira
ble resideie for the whole year.
No 4, Isf Corn Mill and Steam Engine and Boiler
of 10 or lorse power. This is well worth the at
tention ofhose living where water power is not a-
vauaoie, wlu be sold at a srreat barirain
For terr; annlv to J. II. HALL. Assignee.
Aug.
n
1857.
61-tl
JAS. MARTINE.
Jan. 30, 1838.
lm afe2w
0 PURCHASERS
Groceries of all kinds, Heavy Hardware,
Hollow-ware, egro biioes ana
Blankets, Saddlery, (some very
fine Mexican.) Sole Leather,
Fine and common
Tobacco.
And in fact, a very complete Stock of Goods in my
for le low for C-. Give me
Town papers copy.
. ,
,'IUSE, LOT, AND NEGRO.
THE rf.o; -,,i
ness, ofifel t,r saie ti,e HOUSE & LOT on Ilaymonnt
formerly cpied by Major Gilmore. Also, a Nti
GRO BCf. m a voars of nre: havi nsr tried him for the
last five! hnths. we can recommend him as an excel
lent serf .If both for house or out doors, sold for no
f i.iU hlL.' i -u i :
v JB F. N. &. J. II. ROBERTS.
MaTYV.I loo-tf
FRESH ARRIVAL.
White Lead and Linseed Oil, for
. Bale by
Aug. 15,
S. J. HINSDALE.
03-tf
FOR SALE.
HEAVY 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings.
Ootton Y'arn, Warp and Filling, Nos 5 to 10.
ALSO,
Belt, Picker, Roller and Lace LEATHERS.
Oils and Manufacturer's Findings.
Winter strained. Sperm. Lard aud Linseed Oils.
Shuttlie's Isinglass, French Glue, Emory , Roller
Cloth aud Glass Steps-
J. U. HALL, Pres.B. CM. Co.
July 26. 1856 "tf
SECOND FALL STOCK FOR 185&
' - STAET2 & TV ILL I A MS
EEKOiV llECEIVINGUL'UEIK SZVVXU teUi'
ply of r
STAPLE & FANCY DRV GOODS.
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, BONNETS,
UMBRELLAS, AND READY-MADE CLOTHING,
With a great variety of articles not enumerated.
This stock is very large aud well assorted, com
prising all the latest styles & patterns, and will be
ofleretf to Wholesale Buyers on liberal terms, either
for "CASH"' or approved paper.
j. B. STARR. J" WILLIAMS.
Oct. 16, tf
iOSBIM HOUSE.
1 POWPAMRXT and wpII fnrnisl.p.l
lv vtablisliment was onened for the recention
on the 2th inst. The subscriher will
sparert)ains to make all comfortable who may stop
K il . t i . i 3 l . . I . 1.
qwieC nfort of home, combined with the advantages
.A I . mW . . .. I" 7 T . . , 1
Jm - is men ui a iioivi.
bles of Mr W. C. Troy are in the rear of the
lers mav entrust tueir norses to nis
. ...
iy love he was as brave a man 'aiK
' As ever Scotland bred, W
Descended from a Highland daii,
Acatterto his trade. 4
No woman then or womankind
Had ever greater joy
Than we two when we lodged alone,
I and my Gilderoy."
There is something almost fine in tlie close
of the piece:
And now he is in Edinburgh town,
'Twas long ere I came there ;
They anged him upon a pin ;
And he wagged in the air.
His relics they were more esteemed
Than Hector's were at Troy
I never love to see the face
That gazed on Gilderoy.'
A various version ot tins uoietul rutty nn
pears in "A Collection of Old Ballads, (Lon
don, printed for J. Roberts, etc., 1724.) It
contains some stanzas not quite consistent with
Uvuies caUiil
meiits.
dliil
1
j Wealth is not Alt.. A re you a rich man
i or woman? Or. in other words, have you
thousands of dollars safely in vested, drawing at
; interest more than suliicient for all your neces
sities or wishes? And having this, are you sat
isfied, contented, joyful? Is your lmme pleas
1 ant, ciiteiful, tidy anil comfortn hie? If not,
why do you ru-h and seiamhle to accumulate
wealth, to the utter exclusion of every rational,
j healthful recreation and enjoyment? Suppose
! you do imt inn lie money finite as fast, and while
I you are mnkiiiLr it., you allow your family and
vourself to enjoy life while it passes away?
W ha t if you
vour business.
hotild relax occasionally (mm
and spend a few days with faini-
f roin
vour
ly ami friends take a short trip away
vour cares, leaving them all behind take
modern taste, and takes such a view ot the ot- np UUlX r mother, or friend
fences of the hero as might be expected lrom a w,mt wo)M vo ,ose hy jt ?
woman anil a mistress: Vu..t : V1111 " .,.,.1 f.-t;, f..nni V(lllP
HS just received a large and general ,STOCK
OF liOODS suited to the FALL and WINTER
trade, consisting of a choice selection of
Staple and Paucy DRY GOODS,
Boots and Sioes, with almost everything desirable in
that line.
Prime Family Groceries always to oe naa
AT LETT'S.
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex-
changea lor couniry piouuce.
August 23, 1858. , ly-pd
P tints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, for
S.J. HINSDALE.
63-tf
Sale by
Aug.
15.
PERUVIAN GUANO-
FE HE undersigned has made arrangements by
il. which he is prepared to furnish at short no
tice, any reqired quantity of
Wo. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
.n r,f whih will be from direct importations, into
SCHIEFF ELIN, BROS. Sr CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, PERFUMERY,
&c.
170 William St., Cor. Beekinan, N. Y.
INVITE the attention of the trade to their large and
varied stock of DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, PER
FUME 11 Y, &c.
In addition to their regular importation of Staple
Jt. JA5IES DAVIS, having
tfnllv offers his servi
ces to the citizens of this place and surrounding
. T ell the vnrimia hranfhcs of his Prol
a.11 oi which in 1 v.ii, ' i 1 1 .1.. .v...., - i-uuiij . . . .
' thp Port of Wilmington, and warranted pure and fission, including the manufacture ot Mineral
I 11 - 1 r..i, i,0 ; :,t;H,l. aftpr an extensive experi-
Orders for the above excellent fertilizer ato so- i ence, to which is added a thorough Dental educa
licited, to which prompt attention will be given. ! tion, that he can give entire satisfaction as far &s
As this is an article which does not admit of it is in the power of Dentistry. All irregularities
bein sold on time, cash, or its equivalent must ac- Qf the Teeth treated in a proper and careful man-
... TiF.VF.m.Y l?OSF.. i wpII as diseases of the mouth, J None but
,,1J'l - T
fidTra
f t.l, the assu?
towed upon them.
3rd, 1858.
'What Uind of cruelty is this,
To hang such handsome mm !
As it breathed, however, a strain of natural
feeling, it attracted the attention of Lady
Waidlaw, the authoress of the ballad of
' Troi..i;L-.nti " and bv hr was nut into such
, ,ii..,, j i
fan improved form as may be said o have ren
dered the name ot Uilueroy classical i.nnn
hers's Doricstic Annals of Scotland fr vi the
Reformation to the Revolution.
- Attempt to Print a Perfect Bock.
''Whether such a miracle as an immaculate
edition of a classical author does exist," says
one, "I have never learnt; but an attempt has
been made to obtain this glorious singularity,
and was as nearly realized as is perhaps possi
ble the .magnificent edition of Os Lusin.las
nf Cnmoeiis bv Doii Jose Souzaiu 1817. This
amateur spared no prodigality of cost and la
bonr, and flattered himself that, by the assis-
tance of Didot, not a single typographical er
ror should be found in that splendid volume.
""'Hnt. an prror ws ofti.r:.rd discovered in
hat i. vmi jc back and t rtn lrom vour
business, dav after dav. for vears. with knit
brows aijd forbidding inein, and meanwhile your
fortune swells higher and higher what have
you gained? From whom or f r what are you
thus sacrificing all the noblest interests, the
truest, happiness of which human beings uri
capable? It is well to aeiiniro an indipehd
eice um(l to have an abundance of wherewith
al to eat and drink and wear, but to have these
niiit we give Hp everything else? Our cattle
and horses have all of these, and are contented;
but. you nor your children will be satisfied with
im-re creature comforts. The soul, the mind,
the heirt, niu-t be f d. supplied, nourished, ns
well a the body. Did you ever Ihink of that?
O. remember iha when you have clothed and
sheltered and fed those immortal iin rusted to
your care am' guidance, you have not done all
there vet remains the n-ost glorious part of
your work unlinisheit! Rural New Yorker.
PEREVt:r.ANCE.-
icre there's
MARY ANN POTTER.
3m
T. WADDiLL
HAS
ti CEV CHARGE OF TUB
Myetteville hotel
With efficient am in me
different departments, and his
ewn supervision of the entire Es
tablishment, he hopes to give sat-
itr- it. thp won
,i .)....:., tVion-nrfciiKf of one oi
niaceu uu "b 1 v " i .
It must be confessed that this was an feculent
or misfortune, rather than an erratum
Tlie celebrated Foulises, of Ulnsgo", at
. . i i. .l.w-h should be a
tempted to puuiisu a- on,
perfect specimen of typographical accuracy.
Every precaution was taken to secure the de
cided result. Six experienced proof-readers
, ji l. ,l ...itiil inure ill l lie rau-
e empioyeu, wuo ucvutcu -
of each page; and after it was thoug.it
-Cobbett sa vs.
a will, thereV a way," and, illustrating it by his
own case, he adds: "I learned irraununr when
U4iri)uiiie puy or sixpence
were
to
ho
lUUtn w ft ' " ! Ill' J l uv" I ' " r 1 . i' ,
o the Patrons of the House. b ncrtect, it was posted up in the hall Oi i.e
;nrK nfl Warsaw four-horse lines oi i ,:,i, ..ntifwut an t hat a rewuiu
"XT n:;t from this Uouse Daily, and the ! un.ve,Mi, v. n(M.sou w
,f ..1.1. of tittv nounos wouiu uc ii.nu i
could'discover an error. Each page ws su,
fered to remain twe weeks in the place where
! uA Iipph nosted. before the work was printed,
fleigh and Warsaw
Id
f arro Tri-weeklv-
eville, ri. V. Oct. a.
-3m
- . TITTTimUil
ilCE TO SOLDI Eu S Wiuwwo.
IHE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Soldiers
A . . 1 . A. .1 .1
sack was my OooK-casc; a .b .,..-T-,..,lir ))Tl
my laj), was my writing taole; and the task Uiu
not demand any thing li'e n year of my lite.
I had no monev to purchase candle or oil; in
wintertime, it was rarely that I could get any
evenin" light but that of the lire, ni,d only my
turn evni. ot that. And if 1, ncder such cir
cumstances, and without parent or friend to
advise or encourage me, accomplished this uu-dertakin-r,
what excuse can there be for any
vouth however poor, however pressed with
imsiues-- r however circumstanced, as to room
or other ii.co.i venience? To buy a pen or sheet
of iai-r I as compelled to forego some por-
'.'. . . . ..r I. .. I f . t .i i- vi 1 ion
, tion of food, though in a staie ot i....,-.. .
13 he Widows of Soldiers who lied I ohject for which they haaoeensi.. v.. , ";";0w.i;a.i.l I aa u eain.i.u .
iJfeviCE ?n he w ot 1312, can have, their j lbc work was issued, it was d.scovered tl. tilkig, b.ughuig, sn.ging, wh
pjEJns continued by calling on the undersigned. era, erru,.s ,md beell committed, one of h.ih J of ;)t ,east ialf u scorc t
qVress having made additional provision tor ! was ;n the first line of the first pnge " j ieSS of men, and that, too, in t
j I A I Foulis' editions of classical works are still macn ; frL,t.j,HU fr0m all control."
l I" .i t vimr claims, and ... n I
and the printers thought they had attainc, the ,sm, )io ,11((int.llt of t,me that I could ta I v
' .l .. , ., V ji MnWanir Wiieii' . i i. ,1 ,...,1 o.,,i write amidst tiie
July 17.
iistliutr and braw-
' the most thought-
the hours of their
ner, eis i vl"""' . .
the nrooer metals are made use of in r Xf) various
1 t . r i J k ;
operations. Charges win oe uiuuk. j.. .
benetitsot ttie rroiessiou may ue
t- ry 7. itni: - J... TT'.:7
IJT. J: rutin, tr iiimiic s jiuc iiisnvii. urutui.- - .
- .ts ' the reach of all who may feel an mteres
T MITCHELL, has made arrangements with Dr. the reach y
IX. trank Vin.ams. to be constant y supphea wun F1,,,. nvar .Twplrv Store
.; nulnlirntprt lv K WMISKKV ivhi.'h can he baa ai fcje vmt " . . . -
no , ' . . . . r ,i ii
r c. . . i li, i,n n i,.i a. ..!. h will ne iouiiu at, au uun
Goods they are also receiving, direct lrom tne toui his celebrated Ki. 1 , which can be
ces of production and manufacture, supplies of Tooth, njg gtore at all times, by wholesale or retail.
ii.:. ..a v.;i lirnoliiio R,.r,.,i.. Cnrta Afortars. . k isiic if
Sponges, French and English Perfumerp. Lubius
Extracts, and many other articles usually embraced CUT WOOD
in Druggists' stocks, which they are also enabled to " , ... .
otfer on the most advantageous terms. "17"E want 8 or 10 HANDS, cut wood, either by
Orders, either in person or by mail, will receive ft the month or cord pay ??wk
prompt attention. , night. fl & HOFK1ISi:s-
Sept, 4, 1858. 6m-pd- Oct. 2, it
he will be found at all times.
May 15, 1858 tf
TlV.r.MBlLD'S COMPOUND FLLID EX
. rommir fnr Diseases of the Bladder.
Gravel, Dropsy, Weakness. &c, has no equal
he advertisement in aooiner com uiu ucauci
hold's Genuine If reparation.
I
Qii
i
i h
i
' mnnnrrATYIPnt, of VOUf claims.
loney shall come at once, ornocharee.
tj 7J "
Agt. for Pensions
'ayetteville, June 19, 1858.
prized by scholars and collectors.
Tu. mimin&on Cltarlotte Sf Rutherford
Rail Road Company.
Bank Note Paper .
Some interesting experiments have recent
u Wn msiflp. with a view of testing the
It is a envious fact, that during yellow
fevoi epi .einics, clear and beautiful weather
moatlv predominates. Such is the case the
' i. v Orleans, and such
, present triiJii
strength of bank note paper, bheets were he ca,e on previous visitations of the
l -i. Vr- arnnP Tive UUUUlcu :
a v. twRnard of Directors of this Com-i , . f SDecimen .and their strengtn i - .... .nnArtpd in IlEBCU
nVthaTaventh instalment of TEN percent - 'thwiset or by perpendicular '1 WELVK oirxu. on tho
oTthe Capital Stock subscribed be : ca iea .-.---- - or bv tranverse strain; , C. . LL s lamiij.
the same shall be due and paya rnjlos Pre(sU ' .;nf cW?no-. One O
November next.
Oct. 16,
payable on the 15th day oi strain, and crosswise, or ir uainc, 0. ( - -
tf w. GUNION, Pret. , algQ witb an( without sizing. One of these , night of the Uth ult.
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