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INX'LAIP. & PEA'RCE.
I AfTOUNElP AT I.AW. : j
Fayttoille, 1ST. p
ii. i. jicactic: in nH'tnuntirs ot I. hulen . 3 t-anin-
t T s'ui jrtiid Cuinbei laud. Prompt atteutloii given
to nil u
less coinmittedtto his charge.
J, A. SL 10 A USV
ATTURXKV AT LAW, f
V TTlvNiDS the Courts of Cumberland, Harnett,
JL :" ak and Jol)iitoiu :
.!' 1 ' .
Ad lressL Tooiner, Harnett Co., N. C. '
i ; J
ipilE lP'SUIKiSlriviii associated themselves
nl. ti),'(!tl -r in In - pr ct-,ci' fll nnd
r 1 lib name
and st 4 1; ,f G.AM 1-JtK ) A SU A i
will at Mud the
I A i. so a. 1 1 : i) r rr ' : v ' l aim ijjin;soi;i. All husinfcss en
sSr;ist;d to them will rei etve their prompt attention
j Address j Cuui" ron ;l:nl&Hlav. AtU)ruos ac Law
il.yckiiiLrlr.vm. Ki. limbad cfeunty. N. U.
Dental IS d tic o
1R. K SCOTT 1
H A S Purchased . the 5i ek and A: paiVvtusfof Da.
IjE.iritow. and tl.it him-eU' that h's pi-pared
o,give t is'fact ion to all Bi need of his 4 vics. He
t . 4 . It ,J . k ..1 t 1 , , 1 1 L,i-, d nd rilT'll
f .11 :...!' .i i (tut ' ffi.itnc '.'nm'iirJn u?wl Av III?
IJKMMnvfuo lio.irs Ea'st'f .-the .Market. 'during the
retiir.o'liei- lu.urs 'from A. M.'to I P. M., and from
'M. to.". P. M. - f
ijn-.l hi. in.".!).. - tf:;, '; -
ACCT 1'6 NKER -&' COM MISS 10 X Si ER'C II AJs T,
Bast Sido'pf Gillespie Street,
l'i V-K I TE ttl.K, N. C.
3 AOI rS DAVIS,
cidi'd on pernHt'icnf Iv .locating
in t hv
jTo'V. .of lfit viMtevillt'. re-p'i ttully otters lns;servi-!
!,.,,,.. ' 'U- :-:.t i.:-ns -of tlii plno n" l surrounding
'oo i'ilrv. i In sill tlio various hranelies of his Pvo-f.--i
.n': iii.-hl liiicr the m uiufaeturo of Mineral
h'Vcrb. hei-t-i sati
-lie !,' ai.'i r an extensive ekperi-
!! "'.- to vi'iirh is
ad ied thorough. Mental iiunca-
that he ijjm gi'v-t-'riitlrr -atistactioi. as tiir ns
it iiii t'Uif- . vit of D(;ntitry. All irregularities
'of the Teeth .treated in iv'.priper and careful man
Lner: a-'Wf:ll Ji-di-sj.:tse 1 the mouth, Noifduit
.1ie proper iiii'tHl ;ve nu b use of in the various
!i, .ration;. lj!ar'S' will he moderate;, thit the
....... I . ft -. . f lf :l O 1 1 I 111 !W
(beuetits ot the ProtesAhm in i y dp rpiaeeu within
the reach sot'all nnv lei i an interest in tne
I tile I ei r.i
j. 'T l.lieover
1 1 1 m-
;vs Jewelrv Store,
he will '
found, at all times;
.1S")8' tf "" s ; '
15Sl, gi;o. laudek,
Two Doirs abovo C. T llai-'u & Sou's S
A K.iyettcvtMe, N. C.
Oct. 1 l8od: ly.
:CA U ii I A G l -FA C.TORY."
A. A. M'KliTIIAN
'. J T l-I'S cons.tuntlv on kind a large . assort nir
.j V riiei.'s 'of evtry deifcnption, which areiwell
tail 4 faithfully niadeUnd tnifslied in the lioiitks and
lN:i'vrKjr;' iyte-.: . J ll'i facilities for "doing carriage
Ijwoi k .are on : n:it t!,a'i .vxv ES.rABi.isn mgnt SdrTH.
iw.'tuMirjenahle '.iiu to sell u w orK ou tne most 1;
I N" v. ijl
IJaml:!? kyi.e is saw. rfeivix
0 sJ ' VS Lf
PIATS.'isiiOKS, liOLTlNO CLOTHS. &c .
of which will I e offered by Whdes:ilr or Kelail
its l .w s the same 'duality c3n"be had in this Statil
Mrtreh 12. l;".y. . -" - .t4'
ttll .VVK a-of tat-d.with mo. in this hue. Mr Jhn
K. JiAtley.'kati will stvle the firm ORRl-T TSA-
tjAlLKV. 1 1 J - 1
f. e Ii ivo'.purc. lased the Sttiamwr Soctuerkeb. anil in
ji fJ'W-'l w havi a New Flat employed with njer.
Jl'ho-e .'f4vhrini4 us with their patronage may rkljf
up1"!! pi o iipt c sp itch, by applying to Mr. Dailejloa
hoard, or to me at mv olTioe- I t
)1. M. ohliKLL . JOHN K: D At LEY.
j March 26. 159. . -tf. . " '
jt T BOXES OTJANGFS and LEMONS;
i 'J 4d' - " ( FI; k :
H Fresh Gocoa-Nuts ; '
Dates, Candies ; . . '
Maple Snuar Lukes, &.C., tc.:
, Just to haud by Fanny. ,
- . ALSO- i
Prunes and Cherries for sale low ; j ' i
Soice.l Norfolk )vstersJ- ' I
(iinger Wine. Currant wine. Bay Kum &c.
,For any of tbe-above Of almost any thing else; in
hy line, call at J J- R. tES
it -.'!.. : i .
i t j
. . . -st r-AH
f " 1 .,, "1 'i 1
WATGH E S, JE WELRYi
XJ with a lare Stock
sisting of Waches of all k
FROM THE Tf OriTtI
bf Qoods in his line. eo.n-
nd3 and pfices. from $8 to
I60 ; Uoid Chain? of all
kinds and nriees r Breast-
Bracelets, a larere stock : flold
JGold Pens and 1'encils ;
Tj . - . 1 .711 i tl v. II La,
r Jated (astors and (.inrlli stiL-t.' ni,a n.iJ.... .
Bin tino int. nf i-ui- f-.,a
V"K8. .unitary troods and everything usually kept
..." . '
ins, Ear-Ri ngs and
sockets ; J inger-Rines ;
oimjouh fli an Kini
' J" ' reni: W?.to..eU.,Bpeiit.on bH ,the Fanny, all our fonner .anticica
fi ted to call and ..xamin. X
Ij, Mai-ch 12, 1859. !
O. VV . l!efA V II I IV
and desjrable StockJ of ij
n T 0 i 1
iti IO. :
N PART OF,
150 Dags of Uio. Lauari and Java ColTce ;
100 lrois. and Hhds. bugir (assorted ;)
2 Hhds. Molasses :
30 Bacon, Sides and Shoulders
500 Sacks Salt,;
ISO Boxes good Tobacco
12-V Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow Candles:
50 " Soap, (assurted!
oO " : Candy,
Kto Bags Shot. :
1000 Lbs. Bar bead
30i I'hls. Snuff, f(Eagle M
Z Kegs Soda ;
250 ; Nails :
A LARGE 'AND GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
II 11 D W A R E A
Fanning Utensils of all d
lnKHMi. bwedrs ami i't ruvian Iron
r , .
Blister, German and Cast Steel
Blacksm.th Tools ;
Corn Shellers and Straw Cutters;
Iiuckets. Br-'oms and Pail
Leathen Manilla and Jute Rope, (all kinds and
quality ;) Plow Lines aim Bed lords ;
ihuiow v are
Cotton Yams and Sheetings at Factory Prices :
All of which will be sold '"low for cash, or on usual
time to prompt paying customer?.
Chun try merchants are respectfully requested to
call and exaiuine
before purchasing che-
March 5, 1859.
i : - I
D. & W. McLAURIN.
Boots and Shoes
EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY.
rT"TlE subscriber has re tut
ned from New York and !
JL is receiving his SPR1
ol P.'OTS and SHOES, to
p.irticular attention of all
Hue. His stock consists in
Gent's Patent Leather
NG & SUMMEli STOCK
which he would call the
in want of goods in his
part as follows :
ioots and Shoes ;
id without heels, of a
Lad.es' Gaiters, with a
styles and colors':
Children s shoes ot alii
kinds with and. without
heels, fine and coarse
lior'w Bots and Shoes i
kid Skin Oxiord, ties a
Patent leather French
ford slipper? ;
French calf skin pump
, French call skin peg B
Ladies' Congress Boo s
Ladies' slippers, with a
Ladies leather Boots, riump
Misses', BovS. and Chifldren's Boots. Shoes and
Slippers of every desirable stvle ;
Gent's Patent sLeathe
Pumps Goat leather,
Velvet, and. Fancy slippers ;
h Gent's Black Lasting Gaiters ;
! Geat's.Black and Light
Cloth Top Congress Gal-
Gent'g Sewed and Vezzt
:d Calf Congress Boots ;
Ladies' Cloth and Vel-e't Slippers and Ties:
Ladi.es' Serge and Kid Congress Heeled Boots ; j
Ladies' Morrocco ai d Skrge Button Boots ; j j
LadiesJtforocco. Kid and Goat Polkas and Lac0
Boots, and everything usually . kept in a first 'class
Shoe Store, which he always sells at the
LOWEST PRICES !
With many thanks for past favors, you are request- -
Prl t f pq M ntnl pv-, tnino Ills Rtrtrlr hoforu mi t1i ac!ni
elsewhere. ' J ;
BOOTS xVND SHOES male and repaired on short
est notce. M. FAULK, i
April lt. tf , r
Turpentine ! Turpen
ine! Turpentine !
Si I IIS II I ns. iitiAliiS on and near:
OU. Willi the Rail Roajd. about 5 to H miles fromi
Fayetteville. will be rented 0
n good terms to any r er-
son wishing to embark in the
Also, good SAW and GRIST MILL, and two small
, I'. Alt M.S.
Also, two of the RJCIlEwST FARMS in the County
oi..uuioerianu, one anout ope mile from the Market
House, known as the Bailed
c nine irom tue marKet
place ; the other about;'
nine miles from town, know
n as the celebrated Ashe:
Lands, which h s 250 or wOa
acres cleared land, which
if properly cultivated, will produce an average of 30
uuneisor corn per acre.
Those wishing to rent said
or they cannot lie rented
lauds must apply soon,
For particulars arplv to (j
E. Leete, Fayetteville,.;
who is authorized to rent in Aiy absence
a. n. McDonald
Fayetteville. Feb. 8, 1859
T HAVE a large lot of Dp lble and Single
I Shot Guns, Double and Saajle Barrel Rifles
'tots of all makers ; spor'ing
at New York priees. Jobb
implements of every kind:
ng of all kinds win the
Gui smith line promptly attd
nded to by
Nov. 27, 1808. . -fim
3J.A. UAK EKL
R. P. GKEEN,
and practical Watch ;
i Make r. I
BEGS leave to return Ms thanks to the citizfns
of Fayetteville and the s djoining counties for the
kind patronage and support ie has received during
his uusines career iu this To vn, and now would fa
form them bat he has gone ti a considerable expense
ill fitting up a work-shop for he uianufjiCture of jewt
elrV. teeliuar confident, frorr ; tht know led "re i he has
J obtained in making and repairing jewelry and fancy
articles, bouabt at the NorthJ which when brou'sht oni
to the South, is gold for God and Silver at a large
niice. when the real fact of the case is, they are made
tip of plated sheet metal, filled with load, and sealibg
wax. These are facts not commonly known to tbe
public, but they are no less traths that caa be proveu
"u rnver ware for sale and to order. Gentlemen
ana Radios caa have articles nade to tbeir own style
ana taste ot Gold not less than fourteen carrots and
Lil!r V e 8ame luhyr as Spanish Dollars. My
ffnI?rco1Jl"R myself to a certain standard iu
in!; h?I and 8,,vir is' 1 inte ld to maaufacture noth
iaP u!as"Periorfla"tj of foods, and will sell the
Jut "aSe118 bU8inJ? ' Carried M ttstial
A respectable routh ntA . .
to th Jewelry business. Njo boy need appjy whef
does not belong to a respectable fomily. v 3 i I
1, it: t : . .d i
1,1 llnoro . ,1
yj voiuugany time at the manufactory, and examin
ing the yaukee jewelry. I never intend to sell Northern
Jewelry agrain but will
THE X0RT1I CAROLINIAN.
FAY ETT EVIL LE, N. C.
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 4.(
Editorial Co rrcapondence. "
- Wilmisgtox,: May 27th. j.
Dear Cakdlisias : Here we are after the most
pleasant trip! imaginable down the Cape Fear River. ;
On" leaving " "ayetteyille it was not expected by our
selves that w t should enjoy the trip down the River,
not having it any acquaintances to accompany" us
but we must confess that after ' an hour had been
"ns of a dun time Jaad vanished for we had hv ihnl
w AV M J VilU.iv
time maae tne acquaintance of the fair bride,.Mrs,
Jr n, whose tloasant societv is known
haye ever been.: frt with ;; her coianY flnck
. . -. .
had ecne some
, , , ' x. V J
uovvu uie xuer, we uau mc'CAiremtt pieai
adding to oui company, our fnendR. M. OrrelL who;
is a perfect host in himself, so farAB agreeableness j
is concerned, and who, with Mr Collins, made the
time fly merrily over. By the way we naye always
thought Mr 0. a pleasant gentleman, and we were
always surprised that though so great aXfavOrite
amongst the laflies he has not taken to himself one
of the daughters of the children of men. ,
Uur triendlxj. L. Femberton, Lsq., was very pleas
ant and jovial
tainly he has
indeed, as well he might be, for cer-M
exhibited to the world two necessary
ucu to ttic oiiu tvvu iictcooui v
viz: msgood taste and sound juag-
ment in selec
mg an inieingeni aim agreeauie pan-
r i j r 4.
ner in this life.
We w;ere indeed sorry that we had
not the good
P. before she
mington at 9
uck to have the acquaintance of Mrs
changed her name. We arrived at Wil-
p? M. and proceeded to the Carolina
s one of the best houses in the State.
having an agreeable Landlord and very excellent ac
commodations. Mr and Mrs P. took, the cars this
P. M. at 4 o'clock for the North, we can do no more
than wish them a happy and pleasant bridal tour
and many happy days of peace comfort and pleasure.
This morning! we called upon our friend Mr Fulton
' of the Journal, he is an agreeable gentleman full of
pleasantry add wit.
Mr Burr, ef the Herald, is a fine young man, (we
mean the Junior, for we had but little talk with
town to see
Mr Burr accompanied us around
he new Town Hall, and other public
ich are indeed, very fine, and an
honor to the
jtovvn and State. . (
Simmons, who was convicted of murdering his
nephew, was Banged to-day in this place. The Rev.
Mr Repiton u aue a feeling and impressive address
bpon the occasion. When Simmons appeared on the
gallowshe wa quite calm and collected ; he turned to
the vast asseu bly and said that he wa3 guilty of the
crime it wasjeommitted yi the heat of passion ; he
had gone to dod io receive forgiveness, and he be
lieved he wasspardoned through the blood of Christ
lie, then bid allieu to the Sheriff, and thtf gallows was
tended the execution.
Military, we were glad to learn that
Cornet Band had been invited to go to
ficcompanying the body-guard of the
President. Satisfactory arrangements have been
made, and it is expected that on Monday, the Band
will meet the
Company at Warsaw. We trust the
Band will male it convenient to attend.
Wilmington, May 30, 1859.
DbTAR Carolinian :-
By the heading of my letter
it will he see that Wilmington: agrees with me.
j nave made
K considerable delay in this town, and
the hospitable society of the citizens
I was agreea
juf the quill. On yesterday morning
$ly surprised to find the name of MaJ.
the hotel record, he having arrived
early in the
rr.ornmff trom ms boutn uarolina trip.
The Majr is
'Vjdy fellow, and makes good com
pany. We learned trom mm that a. whole tamily
consisting of nine were poisoned in Newburg, S.Cvv
t was the Work of a negro cook, in-
prompted to tho commission of the
ofifencb through the instrumentality of a white
1 1 .i -
man, a mechanic living in the place. The reason
for committing this offence, is not known.
Ou yesterdiy morning jl went to hear the Rev
Mr. Grier ; hd preached a most excellent sermon
from the word, I am not mad. most noble Festus."
It was an able discourse,! evincing a keenness of
! perception ai
concentration seldom met
Hart arrived here about noon haying
on board Mes
rs. itouerts, JJanks, uoad ana Arey,
of the LaFatette Cornet Band ; also, Mr. Baruum,
of our ttiwni and Messrs! Norment and McQueen,
Although my absence from Tay-
ot been length', yet I was more than
ordinarily pleased to meet these gentlemen.- They
are making p -eparations at present to leave on tne
3 o'clock trai i for Weldon to meet the President.
The retnrnfe from tho Virginia elections show an
Imposition gainj Letcher is no doubt elected, but
the? position o? sOme of the Democratic papers in
that State was the cause of his running so poorly;
This can be son by the vote given to Mr.Montague
for Lieutenta it Governor. He will be .far before
Air. Letcher i i numbers, j This would be unaccout
able only for the fact that the Richmond (Enquirer
abused Mr. L i'tcher previous to his nomination and
fairly chargec him with Abolitionism. Of course
it was from p rsonal motives either, positively in
favor of some other, or opposed to hini.
The Convention of Columbus and Bladen coun
ties held here jthe other day, waS bf course a fizzle,
and like good Democrats (?) they got miffed because
ihey could not do what they had tried to do; You
. j..v.looon -fVwo tarA rtintaininer their schti-
nave iiu uuuui, su "4 , o
ments. Tlie I runswick county delegation was here,
but refused to go in with the other two, from the
feet that the cjther counties were ndt represented;
The delegates jfrom New Hanover were not eren se
lected, consequently, the result was the assembling
of Columbus and Bladen alone. As to the result of
this matter I do not know. It could not prbre very
disastrous, from the fact that Bladen herself is di-
ide4 repoct Hr. Wiseiow, aad I jpreuae that
Y bft i.T i mo io t ,v. n.T.rs-.-rTni'?r--.j-"y.iuiie i i r one-Rinfii view.- oi snca n. en in
' isome two mmktes with the-cap covering his eyes
Boots ; ; I at last the iatkl drop fell, he uttered a low groan as- oup delUatn. fetvaspo, was Inmlly. .taken, ! tht.vili b(, stcadv troops ,suv,erior ipi-que
t ; i he felt the nliuks tmss from under Inm. Ue died and Napo.eon was confirmed his crneutness ; (o t-, - . tu.y wifI Lve all that science has
with and wihout heels; very; noj movinfr lmt thice times. by aildiis servile admirers, who are ail irutusts achieved in the Va of perfect weapons of destrue
nu v nuoui neeis , . 1 . , . . ' 1 . . . and houorabm men - We. must ask nartion it i 10 -aivl lh- will ht hmnmandwl hv iffitur v
, 4u:i. , . i 1 np V 1 mmotnn I .lorht In f ii r rrr anrf tho liornun ' ! ..w, ..... .
.-vie- , ! o c r- Tt. , l-a o , r tlinf p nn- f Vr,-.f.l.w-wi.';. .rfnot ! L-n,.T 1 ,-,t 5 ww
people of Columbus wiU support hini witli the
ption-' of. the delegates and say, eight or ten
e town of "Wilmington is strongly in fa-vor of
islow, and will give birn a powerful majority ;over
other so will the County mark , this ; men
ought to know are our authority,
e met a number of gentlemen here, who are
lemen in every sense of the terra. Prominent
igst these were Mr Baldwin, (of the firm of O.
.4'i-C'0-') e is ' a tho'rough business, man, and
xi his profession. Capt. IIaL higlilsheriiF :' cf
county and Captain of the AVilmington Lt. In
ry,"is a sterling fellow and true gentleman ; he
. es.ttiis P. with his Comparjy f.r Wcldon. -would
not forget the kindness received at the
is of.T. H. McKay, Commission Merchant of this
f, tu'L ..4: W
i '' .." . I
while, farewell, till you hear orsee fr'Om yours,
The French Emperor and G-eneval.
. ,, .xr- uiic yuuug guiucu aim unuj( ui un uoiu smes. ow, me war oi jooy oegins on irje
Tj,n.xronage, let mm receive it. ( ..uiussai iier liinpire,- aim iuo-.armis
trs !vn v.sk".J.:: - employed mav attain dimensions such as no sintrle
fifteen'-inUaa--' ."t. wcuewiuimeu.. StAp v- . iww, x- t-
i c .,' .... . . A "'while the wars is eonfined to Italy, be sufficiently
;of the.jmihtary talents of the ay 0f Uustria to guarantee her from any attack
The following criticism
Louis Napoleon, by a distinguished Frenchman will
be interesting at this time. j
! In the politicalaflairs ' of Lis ovcrnnient Xapo-'
Mx i a i . if -i vi x t- ,
i 1 tYST hoc rYfxrtyrt n i mo it rlio nh hict t--i in in U niAnn '
a u f the whoc Britisli " Cabmet. . OnK- I
v i . . J .
twicein the whole history of ;the Kingdom has
France ever attained to 'the'; povj-er and ji'influencc
wielded bjher ruler now, and is certainly to be more
feared by the world than any otht-r power.
' . Louis Napoleon is entitled to the credit of this, if
he was a Police
aptain in New York or an English
Let us also say a few words ns to Louis
Napoleon's niilitary genius. All wV'knovv"
about it, is his plan 4in the last Rnssian war.
It will be remembered that he and his faithful
General in Chief,' AruauVL niiidp the plati, of the
attack in the Crimea, and that it was Mipposed
by them that SeVastonol coiild be taken by a
Coup de main. Omar: Pasha before, single
handed, repeatedly defeated tlic Russian at my.
The Allies had only to -follow the" furious way
which Omar Pasha had -Already paved for them,
and thus conquer,, in less than three inpiphs, all
Poland and all South Russia. But by Napo
leon's plan, the allies wasted their forces in the
well known inhospitable! Crimea. France, lst,
according to its war, hiiuisters's report, not1 less
than 164,000. 314,000 were sent to the Crimea,
and 146,000 meh were i loft, at the end of this
war. It is well for the; servile admirer ot Aa-
noleon to consider him ;i ',frul-v
i , j j
we may be permitted th doi
man would have appointed su
asiueneral Ar'naud was, to the Chiel co.gnnand, J
and agree with him on snch a plan, and. would j
ness irom ft ne general oe. w e i.nay
I. 1 1
wrong in doing so, but it will njot do any harm
to have it expressed on this occjasiou.
Napoleon, like his uncle, strongly believing
in fate, one would be inclined to conclude be
cause his uncle's glory ended- iii Russia, where
the nephew's, commenced, .that the nephew's
glory bad also to end where bis uncle's com-"
menced ; that is, in Italy. A nban knows what1
he is, but he does not know what he xc 11 learnt,
said Shnkspesare. Napoelon is now an arbitra
ry Emneror of a most' mitrhty empire with r .
immense resources, for his inniimerable crimes
towards huraahity ; what he will b,ecome, if
again an English Constable, or j New York Po
lice Captain, Heaven knows !
: L. R. Breisach.
A CARD. .!
To the Democracy of Culumbus : j
In vour meetinsr of the! 23d of i April last,
were appointed to meet, and consult with the Dele
gates sent from the othercounticsjof this Congres
sional District, at 'Wilmijogton, oil the 20. th May,
for the purpose of nominating a candidate to rep
resent said District in th next Congress of '-the
United States ; but. a majority of those counties
have failed fo appoint If'egatcs to confer with us'
at the said time and piece, and we' have, therefore,
to report to you, brother 'Democrats of Columbus,
that we can present no nime as the-.choice of this
District for yoUr. suffrages. Ifnjvfng thus been
disappointed of carrying lout your iiilstructions, we
return to you our delegated authority', and call
upon allj.the Domocrats of Columbjus to assemble
in general County Convehtion, fori the urpo.-o of
selecting some true and tried Democrat for our
support-! In recommending this step, we disclaim
disposition to dictate to ! the Deinocracy of the
District any one as their proper aud only nominee .
and in so doing we declare that wp are as firmly
resolved! to receive Ko dictation from the individual
action or any ot the counties in tins uistncrv
Therefore, we, as y our 'Delegates, in corisidera-
lion of the premises, call upon ourj brother Demo-
efats to meet in County Convention, at the Court :
House in Whiteville, on tho second Saturday' in ;
June next, and take' such further steps as the party j
may deem requisite. .1 . ! I !
' CCL.UiMl4US DbLEUAilUrs;
Wilmington, Slav 2Gih. 1859.
To the Berhocracy of Bladen:
We, the Delegates from Bladeal County, irtrting
nndei" tho authority reposed in us at yuur
ftrt tlwi Ath 4wF taT Koruliv oil.irit tYto (':lTd nf the
Columbus Delegation in letter and fsubstancel and
recommend that the. Democracy iof Bladen-meet.
m County Convention, on the third Saturdcy in
June, at.EIizabethtown, to fake suOh steps as they,
in their judgment may deem proper.
Wilmington, May 26th, 1859.
Is your horse perfectly gentle Mr Toby ? Pcr;
fectly gentle, sir. The only fault he has got if that
bd a fault is a playful . habit Of extending his hin
der hoofs now and them By extending his hinder
hoofs, you don't mean kicking, 1 hope? Some peo
ple call it kicking. Sir-Green, but it is only a slight
reaction of the muscles a disease rather than a vice.
If we were as carefui td polish iour manners as
our teeth, to make our temper as sweet-Our breath; to
cut off our faults as pair our nails, to be upright in
character as in person, to shave our souls as to shave
our faces, what an jimmactalatc race we should be-
1 i . ,
. 1 i
! The following is a review of the Campaign on
hand in Europe, taken from the London Times : 1
The Prospects cf the Campaign.
Let us consider by the light of history the prepar
ntions which are now being made by France and
Austria for the conduct of thepresent war. The cam-
uKi ik- utga n oy. mo entryoi r rencn xroops , , $'2,000,000 in
into Piedmont, and by the passage, of the Ttcino by - n i r ' '
the' Austrian, is on i scale" which Very (far Exceeds w Cajiformaews aril
u.ij uici aiiujiio is iiiee coiinine. iiu iuc long i t ' ...... ......
wars of the first Napoleon it may be ob'sorved that to pay the troops in Utah, j It is Said the soU
the armies continually iiicrcased in number, while, j diers there" ore nearly one year, in' arrears of
it is said, the genius cf the commander and the 1 pay . j
prowess of the individual soldier diminished. The j jt ha. enkid out tlironffVa" letter from ti
bnlhant campaigns of Napoleon s 3'outh were maue anMi Sm TTi.. AirtW.
nr Trie hf-sd A :i tiv t!iOTi rt1 ropn M nvnTn itplf
was gained iiy 2S,(00, hut the wars of 1S0.5" actively
employed about 150, t0o French, while in the cam
paign of Wagram, Moscow, and Leipsic we hata
incomparably larger armies broiight into the field
Av.stri.1, and to the rieh. of Northern Iy; Wc shall
have thepectacle of a combat iu cloiedlisteuchas
the world has nevir before witnessed.) If botli.the
antagonists fight.' well and stubbornly, the conflict
w ill be as interring to the military critic as
grievous to tha philanthropist. Both - France and
Austria will be aVjle to march almost all .their
enormous- forces to tliie scat of war. Germany will.
iu the' rear from Russia, bat not sufficiently to-dis-
turn i ranee by anv atcmonstration on the Khincw
ll nky.besaidthat.ffr some time to come at least,
iiuiuliiu mi v"riii;ui dti liitve Li:t2 tuai ui
free to use all their-sfrength
no doubt. The feat of war adjoins the territory f
That thev- will use it there is
eat h, 'railways- and steamers transport their troops
easily, and most of the long marches whidh enfeebled
and diminished armies in' the days of Xa
be avoided. Enormous m:fsses of armed
men can be
to the countrv they are to fisrht in as'com-
"-atty as u ttiey were merely making a change ot
ipuu iers. n ua iius laeiiuy oi transport, and mis
power of using' the whole of their-great standing
armies, we must expect to see two hosts gathered
together on the plains of Italy such as no twp single
States ever yet opposed to each other. The niunbers
we do not pretend even to guess at; The French are
pushhsg troops over the Alj.s, and loading their ships
of war with soldiers for Genoa. The supply . -of fdotLl
.win oe tne omy limit to tne num-uer wiiien can tnus
be brought intd the field.? The . French probably
have their information about the Austrian army, as
the Court of Vienna has its own about,! rcnehi pro
ceedings. But Englishmen are allowed to kiiow
little about the r.iatter. s There is, however, no,
doubt that the Power which sent a quarter of a mib
lion of men to Sebastopol within eighteen months
will be able to send that number into Northern
Italy. Considering that the whole of Italy, .with
fj'-'OjO'-Xi people, may shortly be in insurrection,
a id that Sardinia has, some 80,000 troops of her own
already, it ; may be reckoned without exaggeration
that more than' 800,000 ' men may in the next two
to drive the Austrians frpm
0ut,0H0 souls, without counting the Italian Provin-
ces. If the tinance -Minister can fmd the money to
. keen oUU.vUU men .on toot in Italy General Gvulai
es ot Lurope are upon them, and
that they must fight now for the very existence of
The New Orleans Courier says of the late fatal
duel at .Mobile : Mr. II. C. Vick, who so unfortun
ately lost his life iii1 this 'affair, was a yqung man of
fine accomplishments and excellent prospects; He
was but twenty-four year's of age, the son of Col.
Vick, of Deer Creek, Mississippi, belonging to one"
of the wcalthiestlahd most influential families in that
Suite: Mr. Stith was" also a youna; man of prood fam-
ily in the State bf Mississippi, and bears an .excel
lent character. 1 - t '
A difference of many years' standing existed be
tween these gentlemen, when, One evening lately
they found themselves together in a billiard saloon
in this city. A gentleman offered to introduce Mr'
Vick to Mr. Stith, w hen the latter declined the in
troduction. Mr. Vick demanded his reason for .this
refusal, and Mr. Stith replied that he did riot con-
! sider hini a gentleman. Mr Vick here retorted harsh
1 ly, upon which Mr. Stith struck him in the face.
Mr V lck then drew a revolver and attempted Sto hre,
when the two were parted and arrangements imme
diately effected for a hostile meeting.
Mr. Stith, accompanied by Messrs; Meroran and
Cheatam, his seconds, and Mj. Vick, with Mr Dick-
erson and Col. - Lockn Ige, who were to act lor him,
then went over to Mobile, and on the morning of the
27th, at 11 o'clock, they met on the Fitshion Race
Course, near that" city. The weapons were rifles,
and the distance 40 paces. Mr. Vick fired at the
word one, and Mr. Stith just before the w ord two.
The ball from the rifle of the latter , entered Mr.
Vick's head, immediately beneath his left eye, and
passed completely through. He fell, and was dead
before his seconds caught him. i : 1
AH the parties 'returned by the lake boat to this
city, Messrs. Lockridge and Dickerson bringing with
them the corpse, and riot leaving it under the care
of friends, asthejirg-Tivfc- said. They took it up the
Mississippi, "on the steamer; Vicksbiirg, yesterday
evening. , ; ., ' r
One of the mst saddening results- ojf this affair
is the fact that Mr;' Vick met his untinielv death or
I3 a few days before, the one upon which be was to
be married to' a beautiful and accomplished young
lady of his native State. .Mr. Dickerson was the first
second of Mr. Vick- Col. Lockridge's connection with
the affair commended alter the challenge had been
sent'and accepted. . . " . . ' .' ; ; : ,
Mrs. Puptif.ti)n says that, just before tle
last war with Eii'glaud, ' eircumstaiices were
....KolMtpd . th- rth flip Uh 'f c,,
. . . , ., - , . , , -s
- 1 11, c p.iirnr . . 1 1 , , i , n .1,.,.' ennrs tt. , r r
yoicjui nun uiav iv .-iiyii5 ui inrv, 11 il lu ill .
ments swept the horizon with their opefiq tails,
-Everytedaid t proQigateU war; and hr,
enough it did cpnie. Its. costiveness was Telt
throiigliont the land, but the bravery of General
Jackson expitated the mericati citizens, and
foreign domineeS soon became a bye-wood.' i. ;
Early Wheat. This morning we rbceired the
following note, with a couple of wheat heads En
closed, which are ripe and fully matured and well
filled with large and plump grains i
Stee&m Ait's S. C:. May 4 1859.
Mr. Editor : 1 1 herein send you a sample of
wheat; matured this-jtpason. It is Keowee species.
The plant from which it was taken has mathred
generally, and theso heads were not selected n
ftccotijnt" of . size, as I could have found larger and
browrier, but they would probably have shattered.
The plant would have matured in April, but for the
cool and numerous frosty nights. Whqcan beat
it ? I mean for early Lexington Flag-
1 - r- T- . . . . . .
" .. t i,t -itoeir careiuiiy cfioseni and now lamoas positions
i. ., . , .- Lombard y. On the other hand, Austria can, !
ot, mat a great no doubt, bring, an coiial force into the fi'el
ii a i. ..uuhuiili . she does not Want men. tor the emnire contains :.L
LATER FROM CALIFORNIA !
ARRIVAL OF THE MOSES TA YLOR!
New. York,! May 26 ThtMottS Tavhr, with
Asniuwall "dates to the tSt'i. and' Ualifoinia
dates to the! 5 til.
has afrired She
m porta nf.
An e?C'ofc left
. , . - '
that as soon as paid off, ail are going to de-
s,' - New Orleans, May 2G.
The steamship ' Tcnnwee, with Yejta,. Cruz
dates tc? the 2d, has arriTed.-
She brings City of Mexico dates to the 19th.
There had been a moTemcnt at the Cnpito!
ef Santa Anna's retnrn.
. ven. waul is marching on Tarapico, witli
1,000 men. -
A .conddct bates- Mexico on the 24th wlui
several millions for Tera Cruz.
The English residents stlongly femonstrctec!
with Orw-ty relative to his action in tbe . Tacu
bay a affair. -
; ; THREE DAYS LATER.
ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA XO FIGHT YET.
New York, May 26. The Currafd steamer 'a;
with Liverpool dates to the 1-itb, arrived this morn-in-
- No ba tie. has occurred yet.
iv-f.oit'On'Jiad reached Genoa. '.
Count Buol, the Austrian Minister of War, had
resigned. I ' ,
England formally announces her neutrality.-
The departure of Napoleon from France" was a
perfect ovation. His reception at Genoa, where ho
arrived on the 12tli, was most cordial. He issued
stirring addresi enjoining discipline, and saying
his only fear was, that the troops show too much ;
enthusiasm. It was expected that he would proceed
to head quarters of the army on the 14th.
The King of Sardinia had visited the, Emperor at
Sardinian official bulletins, continued to report retro
grade movements by the Austrian army, whose head
quarters were at Robbio. . -'
! The Sardinians have retaken their former position;
The : British government had formally proclaimed
its strict neutrality, and warned subjects against an v
violations.' . . ' -
The War Department had issued an important no
tice authorizing the formation of a volunteer corps
throughout the kingdom. '
The activity in the English Dock-vard was equal
to what it was aTTts height; during the Crimean war.
The Parliamentary elections were nearly over.
Result the same,as last reported.
The arnvy at Lyons was under orders for Holy.
This augmentation would raise the number of the
French there to two hundred thousand men.
All Frencli legislation ,on the Com. Laws had been
postponed sine die. .$'
.The banks of France had lost 25,000.000 francs in
specie, during the month. The Bourse had been ac
tive and higher, but declined three fourths on the
13th,-closing at 61 francs 5 centimes.
The projected mission of Prince Windischgraetz
to St. Petersburg had been abandoned.
rirx""' 3lVic-" VwA orfgTco rAvMMUton tv
j put the federal garrisons upon a' war footing.
liotn-the Frussion Chambers had unanimonsly
authorized the war loan asked for by the Govern
ment. Advices from Constantinople report increasing
agitation in the provinces. .
The Arabia arrived out on Saturday, but her
advices were too late to affect the Cotton market.
" Baron Stoecke, Russian Minister came passen
ger in the Asia.
; - Commtreial.
LiVERPOdLi:.May 11. Sales of cotton ft:? the
week 5:3,000 bales. -Opened-a i higher than at
the beginning of the week. Closed at a decline of
one eighth. ' Speculators 4500 exporters 3,000.
Estimated sales of Friday 6,000 bales, closing at
the. following rates : Orleans 78; Middling 5 13-16.
Uplands firm at 7 ; Middling 6 7-16. Stock 537,
000 .balesincluding 503,000 American.
Manchester market closed with a downward ten
dency. , . '
, Flour advanced 6d. since. Tuesday, closing buo
yant. Small sales at 1 1 a 14s. 9d. Wheat busi
ness checked by holders demanding six pence ad
vance. . Southern white 10s. 9d. a 13s. Corn firm
at 2 to 3d- higher for Mexico.' Yellow mixed 6 a
6s: 8d. 1 Yellow 6s. 8d. a 7s Id..
Beef quiet. ' Small. . j
. ' : 1 : , . New York. May 27.
- Additional News by the Steamer Asia.
"The df parture of Napoleon from France was a
perfect ovation. His reception at Genoa, where
he arrived on the 15th of May. was iii'ost cordial-.
He issued .a stirring addre.s enjoining "discipline,
and saying fhe only fear was, that the trefVps would
show tcio tnach enthusiasm. It was expected that
he would proceed fo the head-qwurters of the army
on the 14th.
The King of Sardini will visit the Emperor Na
poleon at Geona duringjlhe month.
Pa ins, May 14. The! Bourse has beeii active and
higher,' but declined" thee fourths on the 1 3th, clos
ing t 61 f. 5-cehtimes.l . :
'tpc projected missioi of Prince Wind'eschgraet?:
to SL Petersburg, has been abandoned. The Ger
man Diet have adopted a proposition to put the Fed
eral j garrisons on a war footing ! . . !
Both of the Rusan Chambers haVe unanimously
anthorized the" war loan asked for by the Govern
ment..! ; ' - .
:'.'. The British Governmeht has forjnerly proclaiintd
neutrality, and-warned their subjects against any
yiolations. The War Department has issued an im-
portant notice, authorizing the formation of volun
teer corps throughbut the kingdom. Much activity
prevails in the English Dock Yards equal to what
it waS at the height bf the Crimean war. The Par
liamentary elections were nearly over. The result
is at last reported. :
Advices from Constantinople report an increasing
.agitation in the Provinces. .
- The Arabia arrived but on Saturday the 14th.
Her advices reached Liverpool too late to affect the
cotton market; V '
Baron Stoeckl, the Russian Minister, came passen
ger in the steamship Asia.
In Sardinia the official bulletins continue to report
retrograde movements by the Austrians, whose head
quarters were at Robbio. The Sardinians have re
taken 4heir for position. .''
i Railroad Convention.
Washixctos May 2?. The Presidents of several
Southern Kailroads, extending from Weldon to Char
leston and Cedaf Key, are now holding a Conven
tion here in relation to the great Southern mail Tbe
objefct is to make a contract with, the Postofcce de
partment to Shorten the time between ew ork and
Rew)rlean3, avoiding the failnre now bo frequent.
A Wire. What is a home without a wife ? She
: ua Umr, that destroys darkness, the angel put
ting loneliness to flight, and is, or( may be, the dis
penser of every blessing the mind of man can con
ceive, or the soul sigh for. Home without awife is
a strange land, a ship without sails, an ocean with
out waves, a world without religion, a heavea with