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BY CHARLES MACKAY.
Whatmigbt Wdone it meujf ere wise
What glorious deeds, my suffering brother,
vVoutd they unite, ! ... -
la love and right, , , -,
And cease their scorn of one another"
Oppression's heart might be imbued :
While kindling drops of loving kindness.
All knowledge ponr,
From shore to shore.
Light on the eyes of mental blindness.
Oppression, warfare, lies and wrongs.
All vice aud crime might die-together;
And milk and corn,
To each man born, - . -
Be free as warmth in summer weather.
The meanest wretch that ever trod.
The deepest sunk in guilt and sorrow,
Might stand erect,
In self respect.
And share the teeming world to-morrow.
What might be done? This might be done,
And more than this, my suffering brother
More than the tongue,
E'er said or sung,
If men were wise and loved each other.
-m v iis. .7 .- t- Office of the Iiiterarj
Uat f.irit. October 26U ,
. The President and Directors of the Literary Fond, having made distri,' ation of the net
income of said Fund, lor the year 1858, among the several Counties of the Stl Xe for Common
Schools, have directed the following tabular statement to be published, showiii r the -Spring and
Fall Dist.rihnt.inn In ah Pnnntv ftinl thftKiim total distributed dunn the W r.
Tho an,nnn r uv.ii n:.tl;kntinn will n-jirl in tli ( nersous entitled' ,o the
uuivuiiv vuc x ail toii ivubivu - - ir -r-T"
application to the Treasury Department. -
The t!onntift of .Tap bsnn. Mad son and FolK. will receive ineir punmn
ilifitrihut.Arl frnm tho Cnm.t'iaa nnt nf which thpw WPTP f?8necti Vel T formed: til
report from said Counties, under the law of the last General Assembly.
' ' .,, President ex officio of the
Pulaski Cowpeb, Secretary to the Board.
of the amount
re bavins been no
Counties,- I Fed. Pop: J Spring Dis' I Fall Dist. I Total Dis
. -. -v
There are m England y,oUU miles oi
railway in operation. The force required
upon this line of road is equivalent to that
of 300,000 horses in constant operation
throughout the year. A clear revenue, of
12,000,000 a year was left for distribution
among the shareholders and creditors; but
this was only a dividend of 3 3-4 per cent,
upon .320,000,000, which was the original
coast of the 9,500 miles of line, or an ave
rage of 34,000 a mile.
Coinage in San Francisco. During the
month of September the gold coinage at San
Francisco mint amounted to $1,030,000, and
the silver coinage to $50,000.
Advices, from the French West India Is
lands state that 500 Africans and 750 Asiat
ics had just been received at Gaudaloupe.
A Singular disease has broken out among
the crabs, on the coast of Georgia, and
those who eat them are taken sick, the
symptoms being those of a violent cholera
An Iowa paper estimates the quantity
of Chinese sugar cane grown in the western
part of that State, this year, as sufficient to
make a million gallons of syrup.
It is said that the Jewish nation, dispersed
in almost every portion of the globe, without
formino-anywhere an independent nation,
numbers 4,600,000 persons.
The citizens of Pittsburg, Pa., are making
great preparations to celebrate the 100th
anniversary of the taking of Fort Duquesne
by the English and Americans, on the 25th
of November, 1758. .'..'..
For the luxury of tobacco, the English
pay dearly indeed, the duty being eighty
cents per pound on unmanufactured tobacco
and two dollars per pound on cigars.
The remaining Indians in Florida have
determined to become citizens. Fifteen of
them visited Miami, Fa., on the 1st ult., and
announced their intention to settle, live in
peace, and be governed and protected by
the laws. They are engaged in clearing
land near that town for agricultural purpo
ses. Three of them could read and write.
Several parties who had left Arkansas
for Pike's Peak gold mines,1 have returned,
saying they could not make more than one
dollar per day.
The Geysers of Iceland have recently
been visited by three young Scotch ladies,
-with their brothers. They are the first fe
male travelers, except Madame Ida Pfeif
fer, who ever peuetrated to that remote
reg-ion of lava and ice.
It has been decided, lately, in Court,
thrit the word "children" in a will, includes
That was a beautiful idea expressed by
a Christian lady on her death bed In reply
to a remark of her brother who taking leave
of her to return to his distant residence, that
he should probably never again meet her in the
land of the living, she answered: "Brother, I
trust we shall meet in the land of the living.
AVe are now in the laud of the dying."
A couple of idle fellows strolled " into the
colored church at Hartford, a few evenings
since, to eniov the fun: but when the colored
minister rose up to preach, before announ
cing his text, he leaned forward on the pulpit,
and looked slowly around on his congregation.
" Bredren," says he, at length, " may de
Lor' have mercy on all de scoffers." (Long
pause.) "May de Lor' have mercy on de two
peanut eaters down by the door."
The two young men did not wait for the bene
diction. A lady of wealth put her daughter, who
Iioam no mnororl lw inrlnlpnfp nnHpC SI fOY-
rness. tfnou caHinar to inquire how hejd
.d,v.'m-,iOT T -"Wat is
casuu; 'e wants caDac tv." W,n
regard expense: purchase'
Nov. 6, 1858
' 1,163 64
. 1,694 76
.'. 472 20
2 534 76
- 636 96
... 825 36
Deduct fr Deaf & Dumb.
i L.RjJ - 75 00
R. Miller 75 00
Wnu Cofington, 75 00
( D. J. Watijpn. 1
1,925 76-.1 s. Vatsu, --- -ZZ'o UO
1,428 24 f KluaWasoi, ) '
56 (13 II 'ier, L. V
7G-?L A fr Mo-s- 225 00
64 (Fishd I )
76 Thosl fcrry. 75 00
C Ci . T5 00
g g ooshee, 75 00
,958 5)6 (LS CteTJ Hoi-)
,552 12 -der, l A Strick 300 00
,501 68 (land.lflRSirick'd)
ASSETS 230,326,20. '
This Company has been in operation more than
five-year;, and has paid its losses, amounting to
$19,125 85, without any assessment: insurance aver
aging its members about i per cent.
Policies issued to 1st of May, 1858,276.
Amount of property now insured, $1,474,922 34.
Amount premium notes now on hand, $224,968 23.
Cash premiums received, 32517 41.
D. A. Kay,
H. Li. MyroTer,
N. A Stedman,
S. J. ninsdale,
T. S. Lutterlob,
S. T- Hawley,
W. N. Tillingbast,
A. A. McKetban,
J. D. Williams,
Jas. G. Cook,
A. W. Steel;
J. G. Shepherd".
A. E. Hall. Wilmington.
; CEft. IHeXEILl. President.
D. A. Ray. Vive-President
C. A. McMillan. Secretary
John Collins and C. C. McCrummen, Traveling
) The Company invite applications.
May 29, 1858 l y
M 1. Nicklos,
2,954 64 -1,523
5.069 52 -2,487
( A.C . ShIeMs, I ,o
) CliiJ Shields, )
p, Msdieton, 75
j.Vf. Craven, ) 1JU
R Ha".' Kilty
1 J os'h Butler.
D u pre, Car-
y soo oo
$90,425 04 $90,425 84 $180,858 08;
know I don't
Poetry is said to be a gift, but
often turns out to be a theft. '
killA off ynhai inVented a PIaSe which
kills off all who do not pay the printer.
Every rose has its thorn; jou never find
a woman without pins and needles.
Ax Irish painter announced Jn , t:l
journal that among other portraits, he had
.iMeuwnon oi "Ueath as laro-o
R. HALL, of New York, in his Journal of Health
for Jnlv. 1858. savs: We commend the Old
Dominion Coffee Pot, to all lovers oroogenflx
1 1 cedTand wh ; nh ht VI0 Pori Pc-
. . " me uuuuie voucners or
and common sense." t , i . , u"crs or
snrpiY just rece;
at Z 40, nt the "Crockery Store."
Oct. 23rd W N
TAMES MARTIN E, still
fj everythiug in the abovj
Hay Street. Job work dor
i Sept. 10 1858 3m. ..
lIIE ET I HON
Snues to mannfiicture
-t at his oi'i staud on
Coupon Bonds for Sale
The Western Rail Road Co., have for sale in
amounts to suit purchasers.
OOn of the Coupon Bonds ef the
pVf)VlV7 County of Cumberland, bear
ing 7 per cent, interest, payable syrii-aioually on
the 1st June and the 1st of JecembeT, and run
ning 20 years. : s-'
$90,000 (rfnhe Coupon Bonds of the Town of
bearing 6 per cent interest, payable
annually on the 1st January and the 1st July,
arid running 20 years.
These bonds were issued in accordance with law
to the Western Rail Road Co , to pay the County
and Town subscriptions respectively.
Persons having money will find these bonds (at
the price the Co is selling them) a better invest
ment than any Bank Stock in the State.
.For terms apply to
C. B. MAL.L.ETT, Esq, Pres't.
or JNO. M. ROSE, Treas'r
Western R. R. Co.
March 6. 1853. 92-tf
UNAWAY from the Subscriber on the 16th
of July, last, the following negroes, viz:
One Woman and Two Children, baid woman is
26 years of age, named Eliza. The children, Rob
ert and Hiram, are aged one in his 2d year and
the other about 3. They formerly belonged to
Alexander McCollister, dee'd, and at his sale were
purchased by the Subscriber.
Said negroes are supposed to be lurking in that
vk'inity. or in the vicinity of Archibald McLean's,
Harnett county, who owns Eliza's mother. The
above Reward will be given to any person taking
on said negroes, and informing the subscriber at
Tebinth, Cumberland co., N. C.
DANIEL L. SMTTfi.
August 23, 1858. 1 tf
IMITATIOXS nlpnav nnt. n
e ri.,7 " mey are
iniatKtii lorreauues, Dut because they brin(
realities to mind. ; J '
The gentleman who1 kissed the ladv
c,4u-ue a severe cold, and has
ucru up ever since. . ;
Love, without money, has been compared
- lJaii XJl tsumj-ieatner boots
soies. . . . . ; . ? j V
Does silver bein to run as
chased? , , . ,
yon nave occasion to utter rebuke, and ook n
wu anayoar arsrumetfts or not
soon as it is
FAIRBANKS' ' 1f
SCALES. I f
Oct, 16th I808. . j; 4m.pf
PERSOXS indebted to J8 (
HE.E Scales are now
regarded as the Stan
For Correct Weight
lare in use by nearly
ihaut, and manufaciui'-
tablislitneii t tlirough
e country. The re
on which these Scales
uired lias lK'tu of
feiowth trom . the
"Look out for the paint, as the irir!
when the fellow attempted to ki.sJrer!'
FALL AND WINTER.
( . cw tfUOZfSf JYEW GOODS.'!,
Is receiving the Largest Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
.v,lc ourua oy mm, wnicn , embraces all
v LATEST STYLES OF
MDIES & GBSTLEMEmS OHESS GOODS
Amone them will h. r.... r,.i
RICH SILK AND DELAINE- PATTERNS, of the
. , . icest style.
Up5J1t F?ITI MERINOS, together with every
' Shafts nf KfiT Tr. rcr iniKi .. . '
A io- r . an wool.
t 1,' ' omer goods Tor
VngDresses- A large lot of
A great varl UUS. ments of the endorser, c
BOfNETS. Frenok A RTrprl'r ito "Lhl .as Psible. All ihoseTn,
A handsome stock of - ' ltitivxs. tc. ooiige us, and themselvee too
Neoro Blaxkets, and all nrh JT1?'
uciougmg to a
... - """un oiore. " -
inA ?L Z -.? ??f" fayor'y calling on the subscriber
pm rvn nan a. - - - i
ock; wnether they pnrchase i
Sent. 95. ' ' . - - i'Oii.
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Itilialalion in Coiisiinspl ion.
BRONCHITIS, LARYNGITIS, aud other Dis
eases of the Chest and Throat, successfully treat
ed by the Inhalation of Medicated Vapors and Pow
ders, by absorption and constitutional treatment, as
practised at the Stuyvesant Medical Institute, New
The unprecedented success which has attended this
method of treating diseases of the Lungs and Throat
has induced us to depart Irom our usual course,
aud ourselves of the columns of the press, in order to
bring it to the knowledge of such as may be laboring
under or pre disposed to such alfections. The dawn
of a brighter day has at length arrived for the Con
sumptive; the doctrine oi the incurability of consump
tion having at length passed away. We have indubi
table proofs in our possession that Consumption in all
its stages can be cured! in the first, by tubercular ab
sorption; in the second, by the treusformations of tbe
tubercule into chalky and calcareous concretions, in
the third by cicatrices, or scars. Those wedded to
the opinions of tbe past may assert, that even now,
consumption is incurable, such are behind the age.
To all, this great truth must be apparent, viz: that the
medicines inhaled in the form of vapor or Powder di
rectly into the Lungs, must be much more effective
than that taken into the Stomach, where the disease
does not exist. The advantage of Inhalation in Con
sumption and Throat diseases is, that medicine in the
form of Vapor is applied directly to the Lungs, where
the diseise exists; the stomach is thus left free to aid
in restoring health, by administering to it a healthy,
lifegiving food. There is no case so hopeless that In
ha.dt'Oii will not reach! The means, too. are brought
within the reach of all. the manner of administering
the Vapors being so simple that the invalid is never
required to leave home, where the hand of friendship
and affection tends so much to aid the physician's
The Inhalation method is soothing, safe and readv
nd consists in the administration of medicine in such a
manner, that they are conveyed into the Lungs in
the form of vapor and produce their action at the sei
of the disease. Its practical success is destined to r
volution ize the opinions 01 the medical world and
establish the entire curability of Consumption.
I earnestly appeal to the common sense of all afflic
ted with Lung diseases, to embrace at once the advan
tage of Inhalation, and no longer apply medicine
to the unoffending stomach. I claim for Inhalation
a place amongst the priceless gilts that nature and
art hath given us. that "our day may be lonsr in the
and," and as the only ark of safety for tbe consnmo
tive; a method not only rational, but simple and efli
cacious. Such of the profession that have adopted
Inhalation have found it efficacious in the highest de
gree. arresting me progress ot tne disease and work-
ns wonders in many desperate cases, in verditv. a
signal triumph of our art over this fell destroyer of
Note. Physicians wishing to make themselves ac
quainted with our practice, are informed that, oui
lme being valuable, we can only reply, as to ingre
dients used, to such letters as contain the lee.
The fee in all cases of Pulmonary affections will be
$10. on receipt, of which the necessary medicines and
nstrnments win ne lorwaraeu.
Applicants will state age, sex, married or single, how
lone affected, if any hereditary disease exists in the
family, and the symptoms generally. Let the name
town and State be plainly written. Postage for re
turn answer must be enclosed. Letters, when regis
tered will be at our risk. All letters must be address
ed to. WALLACE MERTOUN. M. D.
S, M. Institute, New York City
Nov. 12, 75-6m
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n upnoisiercu 111 uair vium,
Mahogany Rocking chairs,
spring seats, upholstered
in hair-cloth, f rom
Mahogany eay Chairs.
uu uasLors ii 1 '.le iv:i up
holstered in hair cloth.
H Mahogany Tete-a-tete, up
bolstered in hair-Cloth,
Magogany Tete-a-lete Sofas.
El upholstered in hair cloth 25 00 to 45 00
MAKIII.i: A Si It iHitllUUA i HDUS, jpj
vftln erreat variety of styles, qualities and prices.
BUREAUS. Half Marble and Wood Top, with K
Mor without Glasses, with Wt.sh -stands to match.
tf Also, Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Sideboards. Hall r
Stands, Book Cases, Lounges, Etegeres, Corner
Stands and Hook Shelves. rs
OFFICE FUilNlTUItEr-Desks, Tables and B-(
a Chairs. mi
W All the above goods in black waluut or oak at M
M the same prices. M
M PARLOR SUITS, in Rosewood, upholstered VJ
Win French Broc-.tcllc, Satin Damask, Satin and M
J The same in Black Walnut, the frames ofk
H which are stained in varnishing, making a beau-Wj
Vtiful imitation, and upeolstcred in the same"
goods, make a showy appearance at a much low- j
13 00 to 26 00
5 00 to 12 00
II 00 tc IS GO
15 00 to 35 00
Laariaburgh, N. C. March'
IVT'ITICE IS HEREBY Rn
of North Carolina V " ..'T.D..
uurcss water, lor sale bv
.; Ci-tt S. J
me 1 fivn f r iJ
Ward to elel ,iLa."i!TO
One hundred Dollars will be paid to any Physician
who can prove that the Medicine ever injured a Pa
tient; and the testimony ot thousands can be produced
to Drove that it does ereat sood. Cases of from one
week to thirteen years' standing have been effected.
The mass of Voluntary Tesfimony in possession ot
the Proprietor, vouching its virtues and curative pow
ers, is imense. embracing names well known to
Science and Tame.
100,000 Bottles have been Sold and not a tingle
instance of a failure has been reported!
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, H.T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who
being duly sworn does say, tnat nis preparation con
tains no Narcotic, Mercury or injurious Drug, but are
!- H. T. HELMBOLD. Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me this 23d day of No
vember, 185 ; W. P. HIBBAKD. Alderm'n
PRICE; $1 per Bottle, or Six for $5, Delivered to
any Address, accompanied by reliable and responsible
Certificates trom Professors 01 .Medical oouegen. uier
gymen and others. Prepared and sold by
, II. T. HELMBOLD.
Practical and Analytical Chemist
No 52 South Tenth St., below Chestnut, Assembly
-ft 1 "1 " T, ,
' "Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for iTelmbold'
Take no other. , Cures Guarantied.
Jane 13, 1857. ly
In our establishment can be found a great va
riety of Fancy Chairs, in Rosewood. Mahogany
and Black Walnut, Turkish Smoking Chairs, Re-
W dining Chairs, Hall Chairs, Voltaire Chairs
MCane Chairs, and also the Celebrated
M SPRING BED.
JVI1UW 11 0 J UVy BV. I f M.
would particularly recommend, it having been
fully tested, and found upon trial to be the best
r Spring Bottom ever invenitu.
U 1 CONCLUSION.
H Parties who are not able to personally select
- l X ..... . mA . t -. . ti s. ta lnnonfl Ii Tim 1iu,t
Ing their orders lined witn as mucn care, ann
their interest studied, as though tney were pre
sent; and to such we also offer our services for
the selection of any Household Goods they may
want, and as we should purchase from First
Hands, a saving will thereby be aiade which the
Zi customer would have the benefit of.
Warranted to force the Moustache and Whiskerp to
grow strong and luxuriant in one month, where there
was none before. Itwill not stain or injure the skin
$1 per bottle. Sent to all parts of the country on re-
. . - T, - A , -
CCipt Oi price, iieceipu ior mamug 90.
Db. S. P. SHELDON,
ug. 8th, 1857. New York
NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE1.
This Great Journal of Crime and Criminals is in its
1 3th Year, and is widely circulated throughout th
country. It is the first raper of the kind published
in the United Mates, and is distinctive in its charac
ter. It has lately passed into the hands of Geo. W
Matsell & Co, by whom it will hereafter be conduct
ed: Mr Matsell was formerly Chief of Police ot New
York city, and he will no doubt render it one of the
most interesting papers in the country. Its edito
rials are forcibly written, and of a character that
should command for tbe paper universal support.
"Sssa, Subscriptions, ; $2 per Annum; SI for Six
Months, to be remitted hy Subscribers, (who should
write their names and the town, county and state where
they reside, piaimy.r
To GEO. W. MATSELL & CO.
Editors and Proprietors of the
National Police Gazette,
, f , New York City
Jnne 36,188 1 ly
Aug. 1- 1P57.
MEDICAL COLLEGK OF GEORGIA,
The TwentySixth course of Lectures in this Insti
tution, will commence on Monday, the 2d November
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, G . M. Newton , M .D .
Anatomy. H F Campbell, M. D.
Surgery, L. A. Dugas, M. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine, L.D.Ford.M.D.
Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Jurispru
dence, I P Gravin. M. D.
Obstetrics and Diseases ot Women and Infants, J. A.
Eve. M. D.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, H. V. M.
Chemistry and Pharmacy, Alex. Means, M D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy, R Campbell, M. D.
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S.B. Simmons,
Clinical Lectures will be delivered in the City Hos
pital and at tbe Jackson street Hospital."
Fee for whole Course, $1 05. 1
Matriculation Ticket (to betaken once,) $5
For further particulars, apply to any member of
the Faculty, or to I. P. GRAVIN, Dean
Sept 5th, 1857. CC-tf
A. L,, A RCHA1HBAULT,
PORTABLE ' STEAM EKGIKK BIIILDE)!
S. E. corner 5thand Hamilton ., Philad.,Vn.
Portable Steam Engines, on large wheels, witl a
tongue for a team to be attached to move them aboi t .
These engines have two cylinders, making 10 to 3
horse power. Orders are filled in from 3 to 6 weel- s.
Engines always on hand for sale. These engii
haye been in use seven years, and in every instai ce
have givengeneralsatisfaction. Descriptive circulars
wwt ut3 bcui wucu appueu ior.
Jan. 10, i"57. 32-tf
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