TERMS, $2 00 PER ANNUM,
" THE jNOBLEST MOTIVE -Tjg PDBLIC G0J)n
PAYABLE IN jADVANCE.
MAY '7,' 1859.
ii . : - ! ! ... - aat, -.sr : : g , r . wwwww i
1 V .' ' t
TKK3IS OF S U KSC1UPTI Oi.
Single copy, ia sulvanco. per annum
4i uif fiiu oi me Year
No sa1scriptio4 will be
Ie copies, five cents.
less than six
.ats of Vtlvortife
per square of lti lines.
Jnisjfqr each suhsviiiie
first, and yi) cent
any period under !fhree month
1 or three months, .
For six monjlis.
. For twcl vi .f-imtlia
tlier aclvertisifmcnts Ijv the
i' i if rms. .iiv
Vd vorl i w i n 2:.
or les. for the
liient iusertioti, for
;a fi xtc thet mimh
; ivill Iks inserted ut
,,.jf ; mSfJOli
$ t 00
itil forlaid, and charir-'d acctirdiuurlv.
WOISIv of all kinds executed neatlr and
riis.fmenis iy t!ie yaar on favor:
ertislrs are particularly ' reijuesfed
ler of iuei tions desired, otherwise t
...1 .. .1. : 1 si
SINCLAIR & PEARCK.
ted tbcall and examine.
trch 12. 18.r9.
CllEM H4T ; . . WR IG JIT,
.' IPa-yottovillc, 33" O-
1U1.. prnciir.-jni tlie counties i.t.lilae.en. tainp-
April 2. lfTif.
sun aul MuiftK'i land. rrmnpt attention
to all luim coiiiBiitted to his char-re.
VTTOllXEY AT LAW.
VTT i:DS the (irts of "Cumberland. Harnett.
'ak?' and Johjiston.
Address. Toomerniarnett'Co.. N. C.
Fei.. If,, l .-(;. i - sr,.y
iv ill 1 tornu
! LAV AOTICK.
T'In Sl'ir''Ull!ii;lia.vin' a-
1. t.reili-T ill tii? lr et'e- !' Lt
-m-ial I 'i themselves
.Tiw. 1 1 r 1 - r nie name
and style of l.-AMKfcV .V SliA. will attend the
.otinty a'ud Sup-riol ('i- irt- of .M .'. Montgomery.
Anson. Richmond :aid j UoIm -on . All l.uine-s en
Sni'sted to them wilrei -ive their prompt attention.
Addre! Cameron! and Si aw. Attorneys at Law,
- "Rockingham. i:ii-hmiiil eounty. N.
,Jvi.. Y. CamkkoxJ Jx.. P. biiAW
: Mai" 1. Is.lS. jlv
j .i ve
t all ttu at tii" ro4tn
liKNi 'iW . tWO lO'rS e
!rer:ilar olliee liours 1
: r. w. .'. r. m.
f April i;T :u.
!km:: w. 1H 1 !l
Viif ifaet:ou f
lo -pe.nl t!i
in;. 1:. scoTT 1
:t' t k atid At p-ir;itiis of Tn.
ttei-i !i;m--it thai le- is jirf-'varv-'t '
ill irf tn-ed ot his set-vices. He
iiinmer ii. re. ana nmv oe iouiki i
ITUHXEl) I'ltOM TIIE .NORTH
Stock of (Joods inhs Hue. con
with a lar
p: ol aches or all kinds and prides, from 8 to
; (Jold Chains of all kinds and prices ; Urrast-
har-Kiiiirs ami bracelets, a larjre t-tock : Gold
MUTUAifuIfS&PiNV.!fCOND -SPKltfG STOCK, j
: r eceiving an unusually large stock! 01
. .ppnng and Snin'mer Goods,
f RV E TiR Yi rnilE ANNUAL MEETING of this Company will be
j 1 A held at the Office of the Company on m'"
the 19th May next. f- ; i1
C. A. McMl LLAN, Sec'.
April 30, -tra: - . .1 i'
Somk ludtcrbus schoolmen; have pnt the: case, s in reat danger of living in a little time mm-h
that if an ass were placed between xwo bundles beneath theiiji ? or, as the Italian proverb runs,
of hay, which affected ' his senses equally Qii 'The: ib&yAho'UlkB by hope,. will die by hun-
Locltets ; Finirei-Kiiiffs : Gold Tensf and Pencils:
Silvir Spoons of; all kinds; a fine lot of Silver Cups,
1'latfd tasiors ana t aiulle Sticks; Cuke Uaskots
Clocks. Military ltOOls arid everything usually kept
in a 11 ewe I ry More, w inch lie is prejarert to pell on
reasliiaiilc tcrniSi 111s triends and tlie putdic are invi
Notice to Tax Payers.
S Required by laiv, notice is hereby, given,
have received the Ta.v'Lift for 1858.: Those interertea
will do well to call at the Court House, where the List
is open for inspection. Persons having proper tj: ,0O
listed are requested to report to the Sheriff. "i
HECTOR McNEILL, SheiiiflU
AnrilSO. . i I -8W
Om NEW.. GOODS I h
ji'st itK.rK.iviNt; my sntiNO STOrii of conns
niy liniv l"lir" on-svlci tcj in tlie Northi-rii l.'itii'sbv
v f". with irrcat c:ri'. uulit n the miist rcasoiinlU
b which I am rnnl.lcj to hITt th- l.irfft stfK-k I c-Tcr tti-
'rn-il tn th- iuMic. ami to niter them jjetifrally
riHE FIRM OF STEDMAN HORNE, Jr,
1 jl r day uissoi va. yj muiuai codsvdi.. -: .c.
I j-All persooB ldebte wflf FEASBWca
haeill their acccotrtit?r - v '" -
y -----Q awavu C IV OUJIttUIV IVI
1 AJso. large stock of .
Pom Ca8fi!mere and Leghorn Hats, Bonnets,
each side, and tempted him in the very same
degree,, whether it would be possible for him
to I cat of either, . They ijeneraily determine
this questioa . to the ' disadvantage of the ass,
who they say, would star vein the tuidst of plen-J
i tyas not liavittg a fngfe graijl.of free-will, tdl
determined hun more to -ine. oye. than to the
other. "The bundle of hay na either side strik
ing his sight and, smell in t he same jroporti6riJ
F'-T,Cere carefully selected by one of the t " "lt 1 1
lai7!il'wi--o-wbbleile buyers at the wou,d kfceP W, ;iB-prnetiiuJ1fiHpeii8.e. hkCTTe
--f etprices, ,: AH orders Willie filled with two 'luagiietffjTtrliicll' "CfariHcrs have toki ns,
on ; hand at
lF KU ITS
D Pit ICES.
INS.KIflS. THI NKS. tl l'I.KS. LKMOiN'f?. ORANGES.
CKKUKIKS. ( ' LlJlt A NTS, I : 1 ,
iviii'.?, jr. liiii-. ii.n i:tii'. i'j ; hs.
' A liltK T VAKIKTY ; !
MKBIKS AM) K'ti; TS OK VARIOUS KINDS;
Vancy Snap-ami I'uniatle :
M US 1 U A L 1 N S F H UMENTS
HDD IKS. DHL MS. KIKKS.I- Ll IKS. BANJOS. CjL'ITAHS, he.
Walking "ani (,f vwry kind ;
HA S KB T A XI) 1 1 IL LOW I Uyl RE :
II.. hi. x ll .r-. s. Jk- : I
NI TS : KINK AM) ro.lMON I MIKS; KARDINES:
KINf. l; Vf.S : SMOKIMi .nHKVVING TOB H'l I)
ll Kl-'TiS; KINK !( ITT KMVV.S; A! I.ARUK
ISSOKTMKNT OK I I I! T- M ON A I KS. ;SO.MK
VKKV NH K; KAN' KNVKLOI'KS. INI)
v wry noons. Tors and Vankkk
NOTIONS : AN
are resii.i-ttullv 1: v : t to rail and x-xaimno mv
HAVING purchased Mr. Stedraan's entire interest,
I will continue the business at the old stand,
where I will be happy to see- my old friends and cus
tomers. ! i
JAMES W. KORNE.
- 1 "I.' ' ' " . I " 1
I ; j khAfc-Shculdera ; f A prime fcrLeirf
wrceived and for Sale by i
Portable Farm and Plantation Mills
FOR GRINDING !
GRAIN, SPICES, DRUGS, PAINTS, Ac.
bciuuu ocbbiou pi mis Academvwil .com-
H 1 i T ... . . .
3 gnce uu moY ibk. -for a circular eonta nine
:. . . . i . . . o
rulliniorinawt wiuraa me puperintendent,
jpnl 3i. -ot Coi.. G. C. TEW.
TOJS M VANKKt
N ASOUTMKNT- OK
Kli i( ) ) l)S.. Will PS. i
T. J ... I
I liaTf a gn at many liamixmie thingn that cannof fail
JAMES V. -I.K.F..
LIVER IMVIOQRATOR !
formerly m-cupi' d by Pi:.
e Market, durtivj: the
in '.) A.M. to I P. M.. and from
?,XX3LD 13 Oil,
d MMISSi N M I:KC11 ANT,
East Shle of (lilk'soie Stl eot,
F VYSrKVII.LK, N. C
U.. .J.VMlvS JAVIS, 1
in tn- itiii
T.-vri "f Faverfevnie. rspo-fuly 'dors his tserviJ cared.
. -" . t 1 . . . 1 i . - .
t the l ltizeil-i'i'l ir.l pi:!'-e ;n:i -iii r tuiiu 1
";..n;i:rv. Tji all tin- vhri-'us I.rruieiif s -f his. l'r-i.-A'
:iV iii -iu iin t!sl nia:rifa turo -f M:i!-nil
Tt-et'i. - i-s:if:tii -1. hfur ;i:i extenive e;x ri-
-.vh.cii 1- :i i'!ef a t :m;i iinai .mica-
In- C 01 ':v.- ;stliV s:;i.-t;H-tlon a tar ns
it i- in tlie jeiwer "t D
f th. Teeth tr-.-.iti-d ii
u-r. jis w H is diseases-jot the in-ut!i, None but
r metals -are nvde u-e ot 111 tne various
nio-bratr, that the
niti-frv. AH irreirulirities
i a r roiier ami caret ill man-
ONE Oi- THE IIEST Vurative and l.Iver
edicines now lefore the public-
e tJums remove; m () 11 e dosq often repeated
all iini bid or bad matter fti is a sure cure for Cholera
li oui tlie sv-stem, fctipply-! W Morbus and a preventive
their place a heal-! A of CluIera. t
f.v or iiiie, invigro-: 11 ; Only, onei bottle is
the stomach, cans- " .needed to throw out of
inr foid to digest well,' EJ tlie system the eflects of
ing the mood,.- medicine after a long
tone and health ', sickness. 1 1 ! j .
Kvhole machinery. T-i One bottle .'taken for
ng tlie cause or mJ Jaundice removes an sal
eae effecting a U lownessor unnataral col-
cure, .f . ( or from the skin.' .
lous attacts are fl One dose taken a short
("id,, h Uat la JjK t-jy'Um before pa;tfnar given
liveuted by tite t W iiror lo liie atmetite and
nal iise of tho V makes the tood digest
nvig-riitori 11 well. ' j
lose after eating One doe. often repcat-
cient to relieve k ed. cures Chrfnic Diar-
iaach and prevent rlura in its ;jvorst form.
I from riin and i while sumuDcr'and powci
. .. ;
l,en. !l:- of the 1
tle re u h of nH wh
iirsM-Viit ion of th'
t. r. V'
1 may tie joaeed
fevl iui interest
oftice over ll u-ti'!i' Jewelry Store, where
found at aU'tSiiie
' a;-;i ml
at !y 1"
ill its 1
Two Doors above C.
Haiirh ilc Son's Store,
FaretteAiille, N. C.
1, 1S5S. ly.
C A KIM AG i:
.ti . jl frnv 11b Wi nrinl
M POUNDED ENTIh'l-LY FROM GUMS,
Diamond Iron Burr Mi
PATKXTED MARCH 9TH, 1 8fi8. BY J. BI RDGE.
nHJS MILL is the best, and will last longer
JL ajiiy other in use. It is the most simple in
struction. the most perfect iri working and thecheapest
of any mill now before the public.
No. 1 Hand Mill at . . ;
No. 2 Hand or Power Mill. .
No. 3 Power Mill, grinding from five to ten
bushels per hour, . ..J . $40.00
btate and Count v Riehts for sale. Can be seen in
operation by calling upon the subscriber.
All orders will receive prompt attention. ' Founders
and Machine men will find this a staple article to
manufacture. C. FIERCE. I
112 South Third Street, Philadelphia.
I C0OD NEGRO BOYwho can attend to a Gar-
-12ien, lane cnarge or a uorse, Ac. A liberal
rise'"! be given for one well (recommended. Ap
plylthis OFFICE. j K
tan NpETH CAROLINA, ) Court of Pitas
& L. BRANDTl
tV UOLESALE AND RETAIL.
STAPLE &. FANCY!
lose taken before '
h prevents liient- n
one dose taken
loosens the bow
flo-e taken after
il will cure ilvs-
to the first dtfk'.-
A few bottMs will cure
Dropsy by exbiting the
e take; nieajsure in
recommendip; this med
icine as a pt-i'f entive for
Fever and lAguo, Chill
Fev-f. and all Fevers of
a Itillious Type. It op
erates with certainty and
thousands are willing to
testify to its
thiir unanimous testimony
dop.' fif two tea
io will always re-
icii 1 1 eadacne.
oil- ilu-i- iinn: li
1 i o i s colic u hiie
l:o ' it are giving
K ' r in the mmith with the invi oratir. ana
l.ut'i t eir-I Price One Do liar 'per lottle.
hM "' i. 1 rr.iiri-tor. -No. .',!. oroauwav, s. 1
I i.v ail Ini""-ists. Sold alsi bv
" - Ur. S.J. HINSDALE,
Fayette; j ille, N. C.
MANTILLAS, BONNETS, DRESS TRIMMINGS,
: j CLOTHING & FURNISHING! GPODS,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS CAPS,'
- f - TRUNKS, CARPET BAjCJS
AND VALISES, I
j - -II kRDWARE, CUTLERY, j '
. CROCKERY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OFALL KJNDS. YANKEE NOTIONS.-HAVANA
OMPRISING in all, one of the largest, handsom-
est. and tlie most thorough assortment 01 liooas
ever exhibited in this market, and will be sold
cheap lor CASH, or on time to pro-npt paying
tomersr. Our friends, and the public generally
very respectfully invited to give us an early call
ec ure a good bargain. V
G. & L. BRANDT,
I lARNETT UOUNTY. Quarter Sessions.
March Term, 1859.
BJERED by tne Court, that after this Term'
States day wul be on Monday of each Term.
From the minutes, i
B. F. SHAW, Clerk.
April 30. 6t. ; price ady r; $3,13.
' fl BA3S Rio.'Lairuir and Java Coffee :
IU lOiBLS. Refined Sugar; !
i 10 " Eagle Mills Sauflj; .
? 10 Ilhds. Molasses; , i
5 30 BoxesSoda and Butter Biscuit ;
-I If Adamantine Candles ; '
:$ 3C " Soap ; , j -.
JC " S. W. Collins Superior Axes ;
f 3f " Kegs Nails j j
I G'ubbing and Weeding Hoes ;
y Siades, Shovels and Manure Forks ;
; latchetsS, Trace Chains, Brooms, Buckets .and
! Powder and Shots '
In Stn-e and for sale. GEO."! W. SPERLING.
South Side Hay St:, at the Store formerly occupied
by liess-8. j. s. T. Waddill
fPAKEN on and i cnmrnHtml 10 . th
JL Jail of Cumberland County, two
negro irirls. One named Rose, of dark
complexion, ordinary' stature and. a
bont Thirty years "tf age. The other
uanied Tssabejla of a Copper color.
.roort of iSUiolel li.
Jcneatad are now owned by a Mr Clark.
The owner or owners of said negro slaves are here
by notified to come forward prove property, and take
itf-Avar. otherwise it will be dealt with as the law di
rects. GEO. L. McKAY, Jailor
April 30, 1859. tf ;
FACTO I i V
KEEPS coii.-tantly on jiainl a large assortment of
Veiiicl-.s of every dJ-critii:. wh clt are well
; a.. I f.tithfullv made and liih d in the i ninrKsT and
nkatkst styl-. ' His facilit.
work are ?;kkatki: tlian kv
' Nov. I 3.
U- hi. 'ii to sell h
es fur doing carriage
work on tie.- most favor-
Of IJ )'
EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY.
Mib-eriber has returned from New York and
receiving his SPRlNti A SUMMER STfX'K
MS atiil SHOES, to which he j vvould call the
ar att"iit:on of all in wtint fd" goods in his
Ill's stock eoiisits in part as ft allows,:
bt's I'at' i.l Lealh-r Hoots and Sljoets ;
lies' Cait-rs. w ith and w ithout Wheels, of all
ml colors ; v I t
Idren's shoes of all kinds with! and without
lie anl coarse :
s.Boots and Shoes :
Skin Oxford tie- and Gaiters ; '. j.i!
'it leather French Gaiters, snd Gent's Ox-p'-rs
: - . : 'j
neh calf skin pump Hoots :
KVI,E IS V(MV 15 E EI V I NG
III ATS, SIIOKS.
w hick will I
Frqneh calf skin pep- liootr. ;
HOIPJ N(J CLOTHS, We., ters.:
ies ongress I5oo s. witti and winout teeis ;
ies" slif.pers. with and without heels ;
i.'s' leather l!oot. ump and thick Foles ;
! ' Children's Boots. Shoes and
of every desiiahle style : M
j's I'ateiit Leather Pumiis : Godt leather,
Ind Fancy clippers :
fs IMaek J.at:nir Gaiters ; I j
t's HLick and I.i-ht Cloth Top Cwngrcss'Gai-
red tv Vli.iesa le or It (-tail
111 V i. a--i iatiii with ut
K. Dailev. mid will i vll
v - liave pureha-i-.T th- tv
a !.'. .lav-, will have a New
r'u.- - favoring us with :h
upon p:.nni!.: de-patch, by ;
bind. 1. r to ne: at mv oBice.
a he had in thi State.
. in tliis line. Mr John
the tii 111 OK I! I LL A
wi'T -in tiii:i:xki:. and in (
lat emjiloyed witii li-r.
r .paironage may rely
lyinir to .Mr. Pail-v on
j IL-V. OIM;i;p.F.
March -1;. l .-:.
K. M. ORRELL.
J-OIIN K. DAI LEY.
I at s oVloc'..
mi 11 -ton r ,
'a; .i ..Yh..
i V, iH
rit s 1
till II ;j
u 1 1 e a! t 1.- 1,1 it-,. .... v . f
K. e 1; i . 1 ' ' Vl n' ear y.
1 or h it 1. -1 . ,t 1 - . . J
' , .. r .-" ' " I'1"--' - havni!r
sl"E.IEK II l l 1 1- 11 ie i' 1 m i' ! 1.
IV 1-K .1- I. !;:e. - ti . ..,, I. ...I,- i. T-i. i.1-
r . z n . 1.. i.i 1
SAT' III) A Y
-""and arrive at 'Wil-
o 1-ave Wilmincton
"i-i -eniug. Udila
' Fa vet:
la-.-:i l.-iii ff....T nnrfim-
ppi on iK,r.i a,,,,1)sl & Orrell's wharf,
i.l . .pr.l 1;. t j 2m '
a well df
TAMC G' HECKS. Kn( ; j,;i;N- ON A SHEET, ! 1,lc tc r,p- AiTply to
- Miiiaoi- ior 0111.1111. liautifnllv printed, and
:lpt constantly on hand tit tht ni(0 of the
1 FOR THEE
Errant c3 "Wilson
1 RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR NUMERCfUS
friends and customers of Robeson County and
vicinity that fieir Stock is now complete ; embracing
the most excelieut assortment or .
FAXCY AND STAPLE '
Dry Doods, Dress
and Bonnets ; Clothing,
ready-made, a superior arti
cle; .1 beautiful stock ef Gent's
Furnishing; Gcjods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Trunks, Cutlery,
Hardware, Crockery and a good assort
meat of Choice Family Groceries, &c, Ifcc.
ALL THOSE IN WANT
of such Goods will do well to call Boon and make
their selections. There is no charge for looking.
ruua.n 1 wiiiouai, 1
Lumberton, N; G
April 23. - ,-3t - ;
irn BBLS. Pure Ohio Corn Whiskey. Jnst
1 .J U ceived and for Vale. G. W. SPERLING
April 30. ' -2m
P. TA YLOB
HaS now in Store, a general Stock of Staple
are placed one ofJtliem. ii the roof, and the
other in. the floor" of Mahomet's burying-place
'kit Xf 1 1. w .4. .1 11 .1
" .utttit, iou inaii 'lucKiis. ujr iiicj, iuii 'iie
impostor's iron 'xfifBij with Buclvaflccioal aitrnc-tion-,,;that
jt- hanga in the air Joetween both Of
tnnl." As for the ass's behavioural) suth nice
man violate injsneutraiif y to the riro ponde
of hay, 'I shall riot presume to determine'; but
.only take notice of the conduct of our own
species in the siime perplexity. When a man
has a mjnd. to "venture his money in! a lottery,
every figure 'of it appears equally alluring, and
' as likely to succeed as any of iits -fellows... lliey
t ' 11 P . L I .1 . I" li
aii 01 itiem nave me same preieiisions no gooa
luck, stand upon the same foot of competition
ana no manner of reason can be given . why ai
man should prefer one to the other before the
lottery is , drawn. In this case therefore ca
price very often acts in the place of reason, and
forms to itself some groundless imaginary mo
tive, were real and substantial ones are want
ing.;. I know a well:ineaning man that is .very
well pleased to riskjhis goodrfortnne npoii the
number nil, Uecause it i's the year of our
Lord. I am acquainted with a tucker that1
would give a good deal forj the number 134
On the contrary, I have been! told of a certain
zealous dissenter who being a great enemy to
jobery, and believing that j bad men are the
most tortunaic an this world, will lay two to
oue on the -number 6G6 against any other nu'ni
ber, becauselj, says he, it is the number of the
beast. Several, would prefer the number 12,-
000 before any other, o 8 it; is the number oi
the pounds in the great prize In short, som
are Dleased to find their own ace in their nun-.
ber ; some that have got a number which makes
a pretty appearance in, tbie cyphers ; and
others, because it is tbes same number ,that
succeeded in the last lottery. Each of these
upon no other grounds, thinks! he stands fairest
for the great lot, .and that he is possessed of
what may iiqt be improperly called 'the. golden
number.' ' .. .
; These principles of election are. the pas times
and txtravagancesof human reason, which is
of so busy a nature, that it wiUbe exerting it-
self in the meanest .tiafles,' and working even
when it wants materials. The wisest of men
... --.. , - .i,i
are somttiaoes acte r oy . sucn unaccouuia-Jic
motives, as ' "thef'vlife 'ot the fool and the super
stitious is guided by nothing else. ' i.-'-j-
-". I-r ana -tiTtTiBed that none bfttiefortone-'tej-
fierr iFrerteh call tew, the Xseuri
de bonne Jlvanture, wo pooiisn ineir pins in
jtOhfild be an indispensable role in life, to
contract pur. desires fo our present condition,
uud whatever may "be our expectations, to live
.Withiu the coJrnDass of what we actaally posses.
It will be -tihreenotigh to enjoy an estate when
it comes info our hands : bat if we anticipate
our; good -fortune we shall lose the pleasure of
it wheuj it arrives, and may posfibly never pos-
we .have so foolwhly counted up-.
"tVftcopy the folldwinir sound and sensiblo
articje Tztha ti.e Council Bluff, (Iowa) Huglo
ofTthe titli iust .It contains many facts which
should no bo forgotten ; '
trnt.ionrof James Buchanarf, 7'ke that of all
former jjemo-ra tic Presidents, should be abo
to do1, or should propose to do anything that
wouldmeet the approbatidn of the odds and
ends of jail pttrtiesossocittiled together for the
purpose: of. opposing it. No matter what is
done.'oir pronbsedj to be ddue, in reference , to
oiu- foreign policy the pary now opposfng tho
A4mfniitruli(in. ialled ihe black republican
party, are sure to come up in solid phalanx in
opposition to t. In every measure proposed
by Jthe president, they pretend to sec the bank
ruptcy of the couniry, and forthwith commence
manufacturing a panic to ulse as , electioneering
capital tiring the next Presidential election.
If he proposes a loan for tlie purpose of defray
ing the Expenses of the Govefiimcut. our Gov-
prnincjiiiis ut once proclaimed bankrupt and ;
s ue and t-ertain destruction awaits it, unless u
change If rules takes place. If he vetoes an '
unjust id uiieoiistitutrbnal bill, u i great ex-
citemenfi is attempted to be crotten on over tho '.
one-intn power," and it is heralded from one .
end of the Union to the other, that the liber
ties of tie co'u'iitry are about to be usurped and
that the democratic president exercisis mor
power than the Autocrat of Kussia, aiid cares ,
as little for the welfare of our citizens os did a
Nero fo. the vel fare of the citizens of Home.
This Is the same -old song'.. It has been sung
to various tunes ever since the inauguration of
PresideiB Jefferson, and it will continue to bo
sung jbyithe okti, the odds and ends, so long as
this Ration -shtjll endure. Such having been
the p-aiice of the opposition to the democracy
ever sini-e its Organization, we can see no reason
why thd -Adnijuistration of. James Buchanan
should e made an exception to the general
rule.. I ; .- .'; i-
Ev'erj democratic President has been charged
with rttining' the country.' It -was charged
whenjGlen. Jackson vetoed the United States
BankbJlF that the country was ruined. When
he remejved the depJsites, great was the weep-' :
ing niidH wailing for jour ruined ' country ; and
when! hi isKuil the specie" circular he extiri
rulshe tho laat spark" Lof life, . and "our" poor,
rained iroiiirtrv was done for : but etranirc to '
every quarter of the towu, have turned onr say, nbfwitlisfandii)g the prophecies of the wise, ,
lotteries; to their advantage. Did any of them 1 the pretended lamentations' of hypocrites, and
set op for a caster ouortuijie ngures, .wnat tne trenjiding and wailing .ot lools, the country
J'egged Calf Conj
N'elvet Slippers ui
re?s Boots :
t" Sewed at. ii
ies Cloth au.l N'elvet Sliimers uiicllTies
lies" S-rge :nnl K it C'oiiirres.s Heeled Boots :
i s" Morroei .. ami Serge Lti t ton Uo6t s ;
ies" Mm -net . Kill ;uil Goat l'olkai and Lace
nf everything usually kept ' ia" a first class
re. wnten lie alwavs sells at'the
IA'.;s'r intTCKf?! I
With inar.y thank- for iiast favors, vou afe request
ed to call and e-rainiike his Stock before purchasing
elsewhere. .' i
IJDOtS AND SHOE
S made and' repaired on short
, OTHERS, i I
HAVE a large lot of Double and Single Barrel
Shot Guns, Double and Single Barrel Rifles. IMs-
tolsofall makers; sporting implements of every kind
... ... . t i i f 1 1 i r .1 :
at .New Y orK prieea. jon'Jiug ui nit, muuo
Tim smitli line nromotlv attended toby
Nov. 27. 18jS. -6m M. A. BAKER.
TJ TMtFEVmE DISTILLERS AD OTnr.RS.
VM fully i.re;ire.l t mxc or repair TURI'EN-
L TIN" I
Call :f id we for
w. : 11 I . 1IT r-am.vr
. .......... iiuiMvi.1 siiLLS,.ordo liny
heit Iron v.-rk. at 1w lnwd i.r;M .
yourselves at i j j -
M. A. BAKER'S.
fOK ALB OR RENT;
Iwelling House and Lot on Uav Mount, near
Donaldson Academv. ioinino- V .T iVafeu and
ately occnpie.l l,v Hector McMillan Esq., with
fgood water & Garden in front!, lit will h
argain or renttd to good tenant bh reasona-
j Also he two Sory Ware nouse on Chui;chSt.near
J rresbytisrian Church. j
I Apri 24, 08-tf
1 O J ' 1
ill J-r -. "Wis 1 i f
- ' j : t Jlx.
; op I c
DEDICATED TO THE GREAT CHESS PITEB
PAUL MORPHY; i
FOR SALE AT THE "BA2AAE OF FASHION'
Fayetteville, April 23. " i ! j "fr
HATS, SHOES, and the best Quality of
HARD-WARE, HOLLO W-WARE ;
TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY ;
Together with almost all articles
usually wanted in the trade of this place
Aeent for the sale of BENBOWS Cotton YARN,
TWINE, CANDLK JVICK, &C. Store formerly joc-
I ctipi'Ml by W. 3IUUKb, iisq., Kortb-fcast Corner
Market Square. Call and see. j 1. 1 A LOR
Anril 30, 1859. lm-in Obs. & Pres. lm-inside.
r- . . i .
T ASA WAY frpm the Subscriber in September
1j lasts negro man named ULINTON. Heisaboat
twenty one years old, weighs between 180 and 190
lbs. ig r a coPPer co'or, is between jflvc ifeet ten 'in
ches. nd srx reel in oeignt, and has a down expression
of countenance. Clinton was sold by GJ R. Guthrie
IJaa of Chatham countv N. C.. and was raised by
Arehibf.ld Mclntyre dee'd, near the "Gulf in said
nnnntr where he is now probably lurkinir.
IwillPayne Hundred and fifty dollars for his
apprehension ana confinement in any j ail bo 1 get him.
er his delivery to me. I will also pay one Hundred
and fifty dollars for evidence sufficient to! convict any
reDonsibIe person of harboring hini. I
f ; JAMES, Cj PASS.
April 30, 1859. 3t Yanceyyille N. C.
TIlE very thing that was needed in Fayetteville a
ety light Photographic galery C. MJ Vanorsdell
takep'eM"rP n announcing to the citizens of Fayi
ettevilleltnd vicinity that he has opened his splendid
Sky-lf Salloon opposite C. T. Haigh & Sons Store,
wjjerJiw is prepared to give as good likenesses a&can
nr Honth. bavin er hail a loner experience
T JtiB rVtMgaphic Art and being determined to let
receiie a liberal patronage Photographs Ambrotypes
UeUsaeotypes, Cameotypes, 4c. I 1
Those for whom our rond emotions cnerisn, ,
Secure the shadow e're the jsubstancc perish.
Come all ye fathers and mothers
Come all ye sisters' and brothers
Come all ye lovers and friends, j .
No.longer now delay '
; Come to Van's Salmon and get ! - '
Your picture Before you are called away,
likenesses neatly set in pins, rings. Bracelets. 4c.;
Instructions given in the Art. Stock for sale. -Wkenesses
taken at short notice of sickor deceased
Pon8 at their residence. ;Also 1 uclscapes and views.
pni, 30, t tf 1 j
LIQUORS & WINES.
JT W. HORN E, 1 I
EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COM-
plete assortment of Foreign and Domestic Wines
MACKEREL AND HERRINu-i
For Sale by GEO". W SPERLING
April 30! -2m I .
- J I
' Pure Apple Brandy j
Old Peach do. j
Nick Williams Rye; whiskey
.rine French Brandy
Pure Corn Whiskey
Scotch Ale in jags
Muscat Wine &c, &c, &c.
Oriers wiu b-filled with care. i
April 30, : lm
miffbt he not cet by Ui pretended discovieries
and predictions ? ! ' .'. I
; I remember araong,tne acivertisemenis in ine
Post-Boy of September the 27th, I was surpris
ed to see-lhe following one i j f
This is to give notice, that; ten slullitgs
over and above, the marken-nrice, ftl be. given
. . . . . . .'. - i .. v -
of the ticKet ia ine jei.ouu.uuu. tottery, .o.
132. bv Nath. Cliff, at the liible ana lliree
Crowns in Chcapside ; ! 1
v This advertisement liasfgiveij great matter
of i speculation to coffee-house! '.Aeorists. Mr.
CJli&Ts principles and conversatioi have been
canvassed npon tliis occasion, and various cotf
jectres made why he shouid thus set his heart
upon No. 132. I have examined all the pow
ers in those numbers, broken them into frae
tfons, extracted tjie square and cube root,
divided and multiplied them fiU ways, but could
not arrive at the secret until about three days
ago, when I received the following .'letter from j
an UD'known hand ; by which I hud that Mr.
Xath. Cliff is only the agent, aud not the prin
cipal in this advertisement.' 1
' Mk. Spectator, I am the person that
lately advertised I woultjl give ten -shillings
more than the current priie for the ticket No.
132 tin the lottery now rawing ; which is ai
secret which I have communicated to some
friends, who rally me incessantly upon that ac
count. You musf knew 1 have but one ticket,
for which reason, and a certain dream I have
lately had more than once, Ij. was resolved It
should be the number 1 most approved.' J. am
so positive I have pitched upon the great lot,
that I couW almost lay nllpt am worth if it.
My visions are so frequent and strong upon
this occasion, that I have not onlv possessed
the let, bat disposed ,of the money which in till
probability it will.sell forj. This morning is
particular, X set up an equipage, wlnci I look
upon to'be the gayest in town ; the liveries are
very rich, but not fgaudy. I should be very
gladr to see a speculation or two upon lottery
objects, in which you would oblige all people
concerned, and in particular, your most humble
servant, 1 ?
P. S. Dear Spec, if I get the! 12,000 bound,
I'll make thee a handsome present '
After having wished my correspondent good
luck, and thanked him for his intended kind
ness, I i shall for this time dismiss the subject
of the lottery, and only observe,! that the great
est part' of mankind are in some degree guilty
of, my friend liosling's extravagance. Aye are
apt to rely npon future prospects, and become
really expensive while we are onjly rich in possi
bility. We live'up to our. expectations , not to
our possessions, and make a figure proportiona
ble to what we be, not what we are. - We
outrun. our present income, as not doubting to,
disburse -ourselves' out of the proCts some fu
ture place, project, or reversion that wfi have
. - -I 1. a I
in view., it is tnrougii tins temper oi minu,
whieb is so common
nS. that we see
tradesraed break, who.Jiave met with no mis
fortunes iiv their business r and men of estates
reduced , to poverty, who have never suffered
from losses or repairs, tenants, taxes, or law
suits. In short, it is this foolish, sanguine
temper, this dependinupon contingent fntcri-
ties, that occasions romantic eenerosity, chi
merical grandeur,; senseless ostentation,- and
generally ends in beggary and rain. 4 The, wan
who will live above nis present circumstances,
survived; and . went on . prospering and to
prosper - j .)
It is source of gfatillcation to know, and
the pasthistory (if oiilr country jphows' t lib fact,
that notwithstanding the continued oppjositioii
to, and i:oHdemnation of, all democratic mens
u res by j he pariy in opposition to the democrat
cy,-Bomtimes tinaer one name omi sometimes
under 'another, nnd the prophecy of the ruin of
the cobiitry if; he democratic party was not
overthrown audi forever' prostrated, yet, under
the wiftelpolicy pf her democratic presidents,
she has grown ftnd prospered throughout tho
entire period of onr national history.-
Jt is 13-uc that other parties have had tem
porary! possesion of the governmeut, and have
administered its affairs for Iricf periods. It is
also tru that they have all passed away,' and,
without in exception, have failed lo leavc upon
the reeolda of fe country a (measnre of their
policy evidence that they ever had' an ex
istence! j i "
, hat tHe histofy of the democratic party ia
entirely juifferenj. Everjr stage of our Country's
progrcs. is marked upon "her statute-books by -some
grnt 'and i,wise meusure originated and
carried through by the democratic party;
. In vjeAv of 'all: these factM, 1ft every democrat
iioiu ins to tne5goo(i oiu lauiit slick - iu prin
ciples, jalid ignore all quarrels about 'rnen, and
the coaltry will, still be safe and democracy
triumphant, thel prophecies, weeping, and wail
ing of black republicans to tlie contrary not
withstanding. J 1
. ' ' . ' .
1 TrajHc with Russia,
ftollowina: piece of intelligence encour
ges.iliope of a rapidly increasing trade with
KnssiaL We are sure that our Minister at be.
Petersburg will bmit no opportunity to advtmcc,
In this and every other possible way. tho inter
course And trafTic between Americans , nnd .
Bu-sian.. ;: ' -' . :-. N ' -.. :
l Mr llcr, American Consul at Hamburg,
reports to the Uepartment that the proprietors .
of steahicr8 betieen? Lubetk. and St. I'eters
burgh,j have made arrangements with thoso
ruriiiing;jbetweeij Hamburg and New York by
which tWey propose to establish, at very low
rates ojf freight, la direct system, of transporta
tion fnjii Js'ew'Vork to St.. Petersburg!!,', via
Hamburg and Iiubeclc. It is stated that hith
erto; thebusihess between the United States
andjRUsjia has been transacted at only two-seasOBS-4-one
fleet of vessels leaving the United
States jiff the spring in time to arrive in tho!
Baltic bf the opening of navigation, and anoth
er fleet! fjoing toHhe Baltic late in the autumn,
to leave I again before the navigation closes.
The merl hants have, therefore, but two. regular
communications per -annumand their capital is
invested iabout sjx months in the purchase and
shipinehfi of tliei
them to forward
now combined would cnabjo
goods from New Yoik to iSt.
y fortnight during, the season
that navigation is open, by a transit which
would consume but three weeks of time. Edge.
Advertiser. . -;. ''. ,;' .- ' , '
TnE sR!PTtRES.---The Scriptures are a depth
that fewican wade far into, and none can wade
.1 . I. 1 . .. rAl gilt m.ttf A.ma fk tltto 1 1 r Lr
I IirOUgll Ullb Jv' J uimj v Vll. IW....V VBp
aJnd'refrsh themselves with drinking, of tho
cavms pf its living waters,, and go in a little
o their strength and stature