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H.H1.- Y! Mi l"h -II Jfi M r rs t aK W- ,, i
TERMSS 00 Mr annum,
"THE NOBLEST MOTIVE :o THE PUBLIC GOOD." i
PAYABLE IN" ADVANCE.
FAYETTELLE, N. G.T; Sj 'rTtJllDAY; .-JUNE 11, -1859. .
; "".'; ' " t I: v 'Mill
f tj:e vi-ar - - 3,v j
. live CtUilf5. i . i 3"
L-Ctfivcd W iles than six
, I Hate.4 of vcrtisiln e;
tirst. ;tM.1 t(-s f'.M-Co-h
any (c.-rioil t!iiIer4'ii'cc,uia:
I''r t n -' iif.(!i, 1.
. . ' f.v ; v- r:!i-. .
Ot!j.-r ;i J v.-i ! '-. :li ntri by
St IT; I ifl-f.i.'ii:,!'i' (ii liisornn:
7 X2 ctz:.xi'S
WATCHES, mMm. JEWjELRY,!
li or os, for tlie
f-tib- qsaeut riisertitm, ior
. .. .. . f 10 i'
HH-' UHMil) FROM THR NORTH
V.ic vonr oh.
j-t'C-uiurly i'bqu'f-tfd trt
? lcir-f. K tlt.er.w i.s?-t !i y
n'd t: :5iai'X d ui curdi i;.ly .
all kjhids e;vccatfd uvutlr and
with a laro Stock It Goods in bis line
sistlna; of aches of all ki
SKI ..,; GoMCliain? of j.
Pit,, Ear-Rings and Il'racel
Lockets ; Fiujrer-Uitigs
Si'ivtT" Sjioons of all kiiidp.
rilu.'il il rtm-: arid iCaudlJ
Clocks-MiHtat-v Goods and
ia a Jew oil v.Slore. wlilch.
aTinf lot of Silior Cip$
htck. (;ake Basket?
NX L A-I fl ' j E A lid V.. " !'e'::01!ub!? t'f"lsII'friente tLe Public are pledge ourselles to adhsre ' tcnacioaslo the sxti
t'.u to fail and examine.
. f . 1 V f
1 r'l f.'L .j-li-iw:i, -j-Jv.- co
. V T ' ' ;i.:!. I.':i-.J. rf;; tl'l.
to all I Ur;i c :.j.fi,'i Ivd iu
uiid des'rahU- St odd
inifcs Hi ii.i;;(jtn.;aii!n
'roji.'iT. attiiution Kiven 1
' ak c a ii I, '-Um-'i. 1 1 :i . '
! J ( IliyT J S ha. viiit
j 1- i n. i iri'' js
AT LAW. .
Cuii.l'i idiii.d, Harnett,
G 11 O C L
150 Hues of llht. -Laiuar
'KtO li'ois. aud'Iliid.s. Suglr (assorted ;)
2 Ul.ds. Mo!u,?e;
HO 4i- Bacon, Sides and' Shoulders
500 Sack Salt ; ;
15()-,Bo.vri .icood Tobacco
12" - f- Sperm, Adamai
:"0 -f Soap, (ah.sorti'J
Co.. N. C.
." - y
1 00 Ba;
A 1 rI ;iO V .V.
1 i vi if !i 1 rt's if
'. : i. Wii' 1-- liol. -
aoeiut i'd:tl'(.'in!-ej ( s 1
11 i:d' r llie n;vliie J
SUA . uill aft il the
(..'!: Moiitpunii ry, j
A I i ' I) m - ::ic en- j
A : !
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1 ; ; : ill c'oiiirlty.
' x'l v.
:.r pr 'injii at t ent :on ,
A I ! hi he at Law,
N. ( .
J:-.o." D. Sn.-.w.
l.ar. Lead ;
Snuif. (liajrlc Mills ;)
2 Kepi's Soda ;
A IAKGE AMI GKNEU
II A II I V A II- K A :
Fartnlii!.' l't-n:is of all di
Atii"ri.c;'i:. I'nii.-ii, Sued'
J . 1 1st :-r. tierinaii and Cast
Blaekstn . th Tools :
Coop; is' do.:
Cora Shdlcrs and S!l'av (
Buckd.s. l'.r-'oiHs af;d J n i I
L'-aile a -.Manilla a'al Jn:
I -1 .
; ) l'iow Li ties aid Lt d Cords ;
' v re :
Cotton V-irii.- and Shoo'lii
- d t!
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o a s-i
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icri v ireiPji1 d i '
ie .'.;.vi ! . - -iii a 4 t he
Mvto 1 '. .JJ..'alni!reiii
All of wi
Car to pi o
( '. aat i v
e d! a-; 1
ivh;l::'i are l
iIiK: oar' stock
Z-II ;;-3.Ipl3 Oil,
J. C. ' i
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Wi Si ;-i . ' ' .
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(lis to foe
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nv Locaui)o- in UH
fnll v- oi'JV.r4
"O 'a);d ?!iT-' mndlvio;
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: 1 r x i eii .-- i t 1- x'm-i i- i
lilting 'j i ;;?ai couoa- ,
r,pi:i-: s-t serlocr Las. lvlui
. a. ib reodv'sn his. SLL.lJ
olfs (.Ts.;uMd .sli(.K.. c
pirticwhir altentioa "-of all
a ' i a :r' 1 eel
1 ' i ( i I.i 1-'. .i'eo i'it .
.1 v ' r 1 T i;i't" i's J
an i at -iUl times.
1 - :s '; tt;;''
; I i - t'a f'T i-'Mi Ins Lav as
. -All irrei'n'arif ies :
t-r ami earofu! mail- !
ni ti; Ii, None but J
e of ia tlie various j
1111 lor; te,; that tlie
. i 1 . 1 "
' I),- p. too i wit-urn
an inti-rvCt in the 1
G. titers. Wit-h a:
styles and colors
U;.. 11 haiaaALalL
.eds. 'ii. - ana cearM';. , .
i!s a. '.d Shv'es ;
( lord t.es ai
ilov s 1;
' Kid S!S
1 'at-'nt i
1' v- nc.r ral t sk;n puni): j
1'roia-h cai I skin pej. L
Lad.es t.'oai r.-s lioo
Ladies' slippers, w ;ii a
La.di.-s L ather Boot-.
nr: .... J I'. f
illlV . l.lH.1...ltlU Vjll-
!!pi. rs of every u- siralde .
G ai s' Bate t itner
elv. i a id iai!"y slipper? ;
CenCs'Bh'ck Latin- G
1 . 1
welry S core, wnere ; !
. : lers
i; and 1.
G KO.c f jA-UiyEi
T v i 1 joors above
Geat S'iwid and r',.2.d
La. lies' (Jiot'i and Velv
Ladn.-s Serue ami Kid (
1 ..i'l!i"-r "T o. ti .r-erv :i ' 1 S
L.t'lli'.v Moloecoi KYI a
! :. a :d e ( rviliir.i: usn
ice S'oic. which he aluav
U'illi niTt.y thanks lor pas
1 to call and ex; umle his
lis ' here.
rrjk'nlinc ! Turpei
the Bail llm
i T llai.
1 y 1 1 4 v i
l. 1 :s -
c au u i Alii:
:ic, n. y.
b & 'SoV':s Store, ! F-ayetteville. wiii be r
A. JLKj-TflAN: ,
ib'-s ('.Mv.Mnhtbtd-'ir liandXt lar-e ass-ortrnei
wlbcli! are well
iii be rented
so.11 wisuii!;r lv) embark in tat
Also, a ;ood SA'.V aad GK
FAB MS. - '- t
Also, two of (he RiCJiESii
of (-uiiiberland, o;;e abotit a
Ilous-e. known as 4 he rBaftey
nine miles Irorri. town, kiuiw
Lands, which h is "J."0 or.hOii
a:a I? :'a -thlirl!
v:: r.: v v
V. !i i t' .1
able 1 enns.
t Nov. ;;. 1 ..-s
raaie ati t ii.nsiied hi ttie .hgixtkst auu --..- i'
i! V .., t t '.. f,n- .!. .ai-riabel. i Those wish iiir to rent said
1 iai AW K.S:rAlI.tnStKKT SOITH
1,1 1 ANA' K.S:r.lI.ftiiI HKKT
ii) selbhls wofk OrCihc.iaost favor- j
or they cannot be rented
For partibnlars ayply toC
tJ a m ir
It F.I1.I V1NG A
FavettevUle. Fe. R,
I Tin:-4o:rr c a it 0 lix 1 aL
j v--r4z"- ie .will of thi ra-
! . FAjYET'n:VTLIJ. N. C. -f$0
: . I . -y 1"-' r'i'Y' S-i-'S':-.'-: ' 1
T 1 r- .. -.. .v': JVit
SATURDAY MORNfNG, JUNE 11 V:v
Thp Wihmnoton. . Jccrns.1
Thursday' issue of. this paper contains an arti'c"U ,
uU and prices, from S$ to : of nearly tyoJ columns in Icn-th, devoted principally-
inds and prices: Breast- . . . j . , " . - ..jcf'j'A1
ts. a larA stock CfJolkl t0 the ongm aad i supposed sequel of the exisan,
Peus and I'encilsl; unpleasant srtd unnecessary division in the ranis uL.y,
party of the third Congressional
,-..TviMnB ..cii T-!'rif tnct, and thclcourse pursued by tho. North Cardl--
e is j'ltpared to sell on : nim in the present cimpajLn. In tl
the oiTiCt, we -
lilt LVKC E
N PABT OF
and Java CoII'ce ;
gestion throwp-out, and so far as we rare concerned
acted on, in tlie concluding remarks "of. the Joty-?l
organ, THb 1 the light: now before it, should vTde Southern ; Field and FiKEsiDE.The f?lloW-C vIIigu, Prices for Neoroes. Slavp labor, it
thismattcr. -, notice of this new Paper started in the city of '-apear?, is not todeore-ciatc in valu though is l'm-
ii raority be regarded, or does Augusta, Ga.," by Jas. Gardner, Esqr.; we copy from iti are Wins bircumscri oed bv tlie'voicp of ahn.v
Lsposed still to bans on and obey the CartersTille (Ga.) Express. 'VWe have received ever .Jiani nf thA tinnnl i0ffhUiM t
"-?Tf ry.x'Tvl nuiui uiura uuvcir . ai. vv uuiuuer,. u..iiiy enuorse ww is saia py the Atnean race is growing in numerical trt rzth
lW?0 "tbat tho. "ie- our cotemporary, and would -recommend it to OOTundt.r tho humane an-C eonsiderafo trr-lrn' ntf
SecyJnas been adopted by at least us, readers as eminently! worthy of : their -support tv indulgent tr&er to a-de-i-eo that mil ulti-r
Wfaiuiot wupon what ground the "Jrnfli The Sougcrrieand Firidti : fM.nsin tIm 53 v,
y.5iW. -Tfc. J ' number Of this heailtiml llfim( pnfprnrud hae tf.Vin . . t la'1, n".iii
. recf-irert. W e nra Ttrniirl tho vm-nnr tV. "--iu iiiuautiMii isumilllllin'IllPiroiVniT-
acied;as the friends of the Pemocratic party, ffciveJ We ?r0, d fif ef S-the hahd-
some stranger, and;welcoie its" debut -So 'graeJOjlfy-jttg" from the' pricps obtwned Air.-lavts, wo nro
asa-intaeiraction they were governed by Dcm- and clegamlymidc, with our. warmest .cpnitula. JncIIn to hone,
tii prin.eiples'and a sincere desire to harmonize tions. This, kind reader, is a southern work dVe, U w ' Y 1 1
as wo have always ln-Hewl, tlia
ive. - t t - . a
mKVMkrtiolinian was taken .fpscs. in typographical app&ran and &;?l(t Southern J
it ir era-
iend we have been
--r " popular northern w IlPgroC3
:r JVmslai&ii.i - 1 . tors are of the hrst order of ..'southern talent.- This 1 ' a-A A i i -r A . a
-ret Hceedmgly that a preof other mat- number opens with a characterise S.cry : l,ate. Jttined;P- DaVls' of K(nans-
vureuder it oblatory-lor usf i '
.. -:'-? , . , Street; Carolines, poet sad novelist-th literary, Hiram, blacksmith, 40 years old,. 0 1. S".
:3jn tuts suijecj. tii anotner staroftbe Souths William Gilmore Simms. also an- Richmond, comm m hand. 27 . - do. 1 1 .H).
"a it vroa-.u fbs i .wiuiuiis..- iiBNeae 01 iis -fivrftatgrt awiw,- rnorrT-
th-1 1M Us still our. dmX-rA?rui,sttn&tJJ r-Bf
Ptlrer Is fretls, not stimttize -each other W eneMSr to it at all. but our.course
mips.' ve ttterly repudiate tho charge of; ever i.yn anaciiea ana. we ueem u; out our duty to others, less khovyn to fime, but no less meritorious, ; Rose and 2 child ren-j 47
havin" cherished unfriendly feelings towards the Ed- dfjy 11,1 1. In. concludjiig this article, witu- the crowd its columns..-1 The .Southern 1 eld an d lire . Francis. lMy
T J - - I . - " - . 1 . - ' : ' - " - - - J - i - 4 - . x. - x . - j " ' . i . - --i .A : - :.
itors of the Johrrlil and we. cannot for 'a moment be-; pronfse ot referring to it again soon, we hereby- luc to Purey a ouiDein cnort, ana as sucn is one- .per, .woman..
- - j . . v i . v xn ii. .i i - x xi. i . I 3i..; . ; -i-4.
n t c c ii- A -i -i. xi stt:u m txiu trot uirouncu io buuuiciu iiiueueiiueuce. piivio.. c r, .
in all feelings of unfriendliness towards the ;wira, .P, ,ol' fk;, ;r fi,L k U..,.
' V l VX X Ull' 1 UU XTlXvXO XXlll, XI illl 1 VV. VHt II UI ,
licve tlw Joarhal would be so unjust as to charge us b
with Ueing eiiher an overt or secret enemy. ; We ' JWr
tfhe and Tallow Candles :
agree with th Journal, and . have so said in our col-Yuo&fpdly.
VI, ASSOr.TMEXT OF
13 C 1" T L E it Y
and it ruvian Iron
be seen bv relercncc to pur mes, aurmg nere
peiiibtrats :are productive of no good
arel as every-one knows, dotriniental
Bop", (all '.kinds and
js at Factorv Br ices : ;
w for ca?h, or on usual
speetriily rrqiiesltd to
before u.rchasin clse-
.D.'.i V.r. McLACBIN.
. . - A
fact indicates '
umns, as can
to the Vest'inf
ousted from t
a thousand fri
peak of this jdisse
pressed too imeiy iand pi ten ' jur them to
Tim T,.,,,- .1 c.,,- "
X llU U llLll
aL - There is no . reason why we 'should be Sspark of pride remaining in southern hearts; to en- ! Jitsey, do.
ndly, and i'f we can consistently avoid it we courage this home efibrt by a patriotic support. A It Alfred, boy,,
will be. Daily Carolinian, 4th inst! is orthy of it. ; Abolitionists have had I your iZu-- ; j ; :
VJ j .The -Presiasat at Raleigh. ;
iTiei -irnrioiis. rnm-nnTiie hiviroT Tirpn -nlfirorl ?n
ence and money long enough. Address James Gard-
cer, Augusta, Ga. Price two dollars in advance. , ft
lie exlistcnce of suvdt.a si ite of thin gs
as renders BhejhoUing of a Convention not only ex-
neuient. tint nreearv Itrr wi nv .iJivskw nnJ nre- -
veil tl n?. the ir fiirthr "-rovvtr-!." 1 n:s i; -verv s r.-inro 1-..-T ... I J J I ..
peas are, the reception he naa,. received irom tnem ;
octrin- in.le(i, artl .ir it b-j. cleap.-ratie,. we must
confess we art not ful!
creed. Th2 J
n o n ' irt f m iii
t I - ? t x. i : -i.-t ' i --. I
v,,sx, vf ,.n i .,,-iyI iri pboperjposuions, eacn one awaitea trie arrival ot tne ' , ,. , v.. T . -a, . .
jte&ta oi toe rpuit3 , una a sure ana ir- : -k.s, .p, - .' . . . a . ' publishers the June number of this
t.io.d.bj w xiica tlie JJeinocuxCj canoe 1 1 - .- A. , ' , .ouicaL It contains mnetj'-nve na-res1 of
;ei? present position, and -broken into : f)-.! , - ' - P. -- . i-fen,- interesting matter, '.and- amply
gmunta. Lat it i-s needless lor us to , . - . -. : putation which- this monthly, has justly
11.-10:1: our Views have been ex- M 1 - I - r - I The. vrio'rraT.llirl rv.-iltinn i? lTiwrfi"
03.00 rler annum, in advance.
ess tlie vast crowd assembled. He was conducted
imettatc-iy upon a or.nK in lront oi tne a. kx It. It.
Rcssell's M.tGA.zn;s AVe have received from the
sustains the re
bcricalllbr i Convention, that verf 'i m was introduced to the assembly by Hon
M.jBarrinirer. in a neat and annronriate sneech :
5 i I. - XXX X ,
l ileHwhich the he addi-csced the pcojle in sub-
ik&nce as follows: v ' ..'
iiiited in our own
rnal asserts by the ub ye that any
l 7 I - , . . t '
HAea ii no'.v.smau a inin-jricy it oe. i f
' ! Tt
has an-undenilble right to c ill a 'convention, at their j
s public life had been a long one and he felt that
f trials and disadvantages were amaly repaid by
eir Smiles and approbation. He spoke of ilaleigfi
id the great man after whom it was named. In the
The Washington DisrATck. Th is valued ex
change rejoins to our. article of last" week, in reply
to the one published inj its columns rebuking the
political press for using such unkind, wrong renaarks
about each other. The article in the number of
June 1st, is written in a commendable spirit and
evinces most plainly that its editor is possessed of
a vast deal of an article which is a decided desi'dera
tum in " some conductors of the press. We assure
our extemporary that we are 'tuly grateful for ad
vice, especially from elder persons than ourselvcs,
and from those whm we beliejre capableof giving
it, but at the same1 time, we cannot believe but that
the advice purposed to.1 be given in the Dispatch was .!
I uncalled for... This we say in a spirit of kindness,
U'ankly admitting that if would never have given' us
this advibe had it not thought we needed it. It is
true, We might, luave altered the language, we'do not
mean the setjise, which dhe Dispatch insists as being
I d I open for a wrong construction, still the selection
Tfcu hvc Tirrifiiice.l ilistinfrui-ilie J statesmen, wnoae y. u-ia ui (.-.vmuojui-t?ur seijiimexius was aiiu-
I1 .::.) . . . - ,'. .... i ti tt ii ' 4 ., ,.C 4x l,l- (U -T J A IX i 1-.
fite st. n l out worr.nv ot imitation nv an. lie tneii uyi u..ux.t w vuaiu. uu. wa xsvu..k,ii
'IT;-! Dem.ct-aii4 doelriue is a m .joriiM Tulos, , -it rnan-ii.il .inli fivovite stdtesirien of ! Tor '-its kind expressions about us, and we can. assure
ff . i t i tu iyMtfjjyii that m i'-ood tiiitn. .we can ri'--.-Jvr-b.i: - '.. , f 'if that it-' will be ourendeavor to' merit the apprbba.-
a thing is perlbtly absurd. Note the
ie Journal oV any one else ever see a i
L L j . i O 1 1. 1- f. j J y .IK:, i St
K'd i'roin New York niii'l"
G A- SL'.MMKB. STOCK
would ca 11 th f
elieet. Did t
can-li date, wh$ was not opposed by some man of his
own party, evln aboat thj most'trivial matters? . If
eo dcci iedlbett .r than we can;
:lg..itdil by the Journal,
l draree of his remarks he said that the Norfh Carol i
fians were "great rebels in the days of the Revolution.
they have, they can
iart as f
and you. v. ii! ija
tio'n, more coiiveatlon bv Ibr th ai there arc coun
3rd Cornwallis said that it was impossible for' him
o hold any portion of North Carolina territory , ex
cept' that immediately peeupied by his army, lie
said -tire had first unfurled the, Hag of ilberty ; its first
a;'-pear.:n4-e was in the west, 1 in. iiecklenljurg ; but
youiajfo still greater 'people, you have rallied; aiTound
r AToy. I 14
4. A U
e i .
These negrops were sold on 'jsix month's time.
interest from date, and were nil bought by farmers.
: ,l - i -, -.44 . ., : . j . -
?ain"r itoois ana
d without h
i ( w :
iwauia oc aaoMeaine ai'oi!
tion of his owl,
cal.i;ijr a conven.
ti "'s i -:
j . VllCllLUllVil UlJX lliv. W IJX'x. ,
J-nl SoldiftrP bllt
.-",.. I' T-T "
y.u have not only
fT Gaiters ; ; '
Gaiters, sud Gent's Ox-
'jpugued, u'id t
txC --j -a t -f -n ia .nv.-
j The: Amkricax Party Discandf.d ix Louis
iana AND ITS II eImB KUS ADVISED To JolN THF: DiC-
mo6iiacy. -Htui. George Enstis, l.o for lour
vears has betn the Knbw "Notltini: -represenj a
live iiL Cojisri!cs frtiin the FuAt ! is: rict o
Louisiana, the head nud front of l he A nu i -icati
pariy'in New Orleans, Icis' W.ril ten :i letter
to his cotistitjuouts declining t be naiu u can
didate for their suffrages. lie says :
" The fusion ijf the --;shatierd legions of the
Americans, in juiost of t e frtc States, Aviih the
republican parj -their repeateil nnd aa i wbel
miiig defeats in the Spiitheru States tin sec
tional color assumed by". the p.drtics of tho
'country, -leave (no-room to doubt the fact tliat
us u national party the A'mei iiau paity;no
longer exists, tind tlgit in the coining I'res 'den
tial election the eo.-itest for supreiiia y will Ik;
liar rowed dowii to. the repuidic;iii nnd ilt inn
cratie 'pa'rt'iica.l 'Indeed, iu Iiiuis:aua, ns a
State party, tle American party b il t iir in
fall tti-pit cc, if 'we art;,pei nut t i! to jml-e by
the signs of 'the. times. Iu the Pre-iibotiiil -oii-test,
wliere the, field will be oeeupit d by j H i f
ubii'eaii jind democratic forced, niaisb iMed in
battle arrav. UO Southern mail -an hesitate as
to 'lis place : Up son cfi Louisiana can inisiabo
bil'dja liner ; lor, wliHtevcr errors the ibimn r:ii-
LiciVraifly ujsiv hhve committed .ind it nn.lonbt-
eq!y. has many lb answer for wim tevi r iio a-
sistencies it trialf have fallen into, wciiium 'bear
it, bven if we had committed -our!
ooi, ; .
uit'i and Avibout Leei.-i;
d w ithoiit Li els : :
anii and tldck sole---; .
Vie : ;
J'urnps ; Goat leatlit-r.
Istdves to a Coliven'tioa, the aetUHi of the Carolinian
j. , -..' .''- , . ,
5n toe ;rei::i-j js hi a'.'cord t:'jce wnn ..partv. u-agi.
ij . ' i .. . . . ' : . . v. . .L ii. - i ' i . :
e io re- ;ir "e an v i iiuiij n;;u iris
We tlo not li
v,-ill ciio an edtiaet fnfln the Carolinian
"Clotli Top Co;
jto a Coiiventi.
.'ydied. and we-
iocrnts- unoii tiis Quest l.ui
b-cr!- 'ndc-stejOm of so digniiicd and. ably conducted
x.ii ri i "', -1 1 - A'. ' - . 1 '"
this , could n6t be done ; its value was untold. . He
sncke in terms cf thev-mst intense disapprobation of '
I .' : .j-1-l . . 1 TT!V1 x L. - 1 I l. .tl. : X--f
i th two sections of idlraistsi North and South, and 1 "-pci. iim.m-me, we were unaoie to laKen.ouespi
. g - it . i ' . . i t : . x
lit mind i hut Joi tlicrn ni'Mi. svunicru siau
liavle ruled sunii uie in its councils, nnd
i. - .
hebl itS; destinies in ih.eir hamls.
rhiS-L'biileriiibiiTe iAAv.v- b -r.bn '
Tilfs )TitWnjcr3tlT'TTTf'tr --fnrrwfTT-
M any of i Iamu
t !,.. . -
- It ti .r
Chapel Jlii On acccvintof our not .;af riving at! dircctiotl airgiiidiHice. -U.'s:d;f.-'it. is- inen
testably d rue tliat tiie ueinorrarv .f tl . !n t
i published in our columns, still, we ( remarked that die American people were a-progres-
the address of D. K. McRae, Esq. We were, sorry
." . ' j lijtiuiivuu U'lat Miw Aiiwi icaxi popi v. a px ugi us- (.. . ' i ....... r
of April i she kid impulsive 'people but they wouid always ; wc cPVia notfeive any portion of it to ourreaders,.
Boot.. fcaoes and,. j;1 ,,rj..r jj, shmv that we were not committed i retrice their steps when- they do wrong -bait i'f
h ( idler way -until the. tet was up i the beat of passion and excitement carried on by a
bccatise it was spoken of as" the best address' ever
delivered in those classic hails
A gentleman well
for cerlaiu t'.u
d Calf Con press Boos; -the party demfcml a Convenii-in, we will in no way ( the hand that would attempt
t clippers aim l n : i
on.uress Hi ( It 1 l.eols
i 2e But ion Bouts :
d Goat I'olkas and Lac
.-ppposs it : we
j . prepared to ac
.ernel by individ-Jal c j::i
Uy k pt in
m lis ai. the. !
PHICES! . i
favors, yon are requeM-
Ktock before purcliusii'ij
.erpe to tnj 'ho!
i.i rs expresses
Itfi io ikeir on:
Th-ip-!-Wfi, i. k. tli z dein-jc'ru
B .( TS 'AND -SHOES m.Jde and rcna'rrd on sloft- ia.. ? lino--, ,;rJ
. .. - T: x i.Mrri'i' Oxea upon Uxv.s
il frenzy a blow is struck at the
sequences oi tile most appauug nature
hero state once fo:
1 1 '
Union ccn- ''"'Vorthy of being considered a judge in. such . matters'
devils and remarked that though Mr McRae stood s preeminent'
and suffering as yet unthought cf would result aiid" RS an orator' Jet in this instance he excdlledhimselC
to destroy this crreat u e wer.e aiso,unaoie to give any account oi tne
-red inberibmr. rbm- Ppe'ecb of the President tr Sec. Thompson, ,both of
stated tiiis from the urst we stand charter of our liberties, this sacred inheritance com
U U Cxx, ; ',!l, UJ U J
mitted to our care by our . laLiers oulu be cursed v , l ' b -a
n V.eonla and' lib niinie mil liaaTo-;ul U;lltI VlJ;- '
arse tolerations yet unborn. In ' attended the exercises of the soPhomore class
s remarks he said r you have elcvat- j in t:.e .chaPcl on. ths .cven.ibS of oyr 'rival. 4 We
but .wi;l not be gov-
1: ;'!! i:k ' v i n rnter-
T- - by the American reor.de and ins name wi
i,io:i, .1.1 O J'J.rnui . . r
, ;.,", ; proach anu a cui
j 1 uur o oa? ' 0; 1 Lie psnpie 1, ,
' ? 1 the conr.se. or bi
n',lt a,i L l lc e-cvisc oj their . , , , . considered them superior in every respect. Master
'i le thit question," i .. In i x- . . x t .1. ' Ll.i ! Dobbin "of this place, who was one of tAie orators, is
1. 1 d lei
ople, have asssra-
Inc ! 'I urpciiiiiiq !
B( )XKS on and nelir
l.aUmi . to t; uiiles (Volin
a good terms to any pejr
1ST Ai ILL, and two small! ion in ,J'e naiH
I A LaaiS in tlie Coun.
e niiie fVoiii the ..Mark
; laws. I am - responsible for ever v act I do. and in
I fact I am .responsible '.for many I never did do. an honor to tbe t0WIi- aad has won gohfen opinions
! From the President's remarks, it is evident he holds ' from class-mates and strangers, and nfcrfe weremore
;ue of their ocv.i free wii," i North Cailina very dear ami her sons as greaCand Ped with his performance than ourselves. Yourtg
led to' think that he thought more Master btedman ot pur town is another young man
them declare it inex-je Ii jnt to hold
good. We were
a. Convention, j.. Why then dous ihe Journal turn ai 0f "forth Carolina than any other State, and indeed ' ho will pake hi3 mark in the worlckheisa flucn
d eif e tr to t ic loeoole, an Is d;L co atinae to be guii-' ont.itlfl to hi? hi b opinion from' '.the ' con; ' speaker and a close; student.. Go oh young men we
wc regard as lijivmg no
cd in its coiirs by the cro.-kings of thps'e few, whom., gervativ-stand she- has 'always taken in national ; aie pTon of you.j ;Your are the- ones. who,are to
plaee ; i lie o( lie r alio
1 as the '.celebrated As!
tf ny tj
l .111 11 1, SO
K '-ve 'i-!orfe. ltb 'nominoo with as much nleasure i he. nl.ico of bis birth, bis hannv davs sne.ht in 'the.
crcs cleitrtd land, whi.dr ,i , "b, . e c j 1 niJ v.. c, .i. 1 ai :j 1. S vA:---1 1 .
if nronerlv ciltivntod will niodnre an averaee of () UUd graioieauori as.. we now saruii aur vviusiow. .. via aoiau otaie, sua tuejpnue ue lootv 111 oeiug aure
. - i i , - - . - r
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antis mua appiy boon, I pppos-jJ to the
E. Lcete, Fayctteville,
F r the purposk of shoeing th it ure are not as mach l.tasay that he was a genuine North Carolinian. Af-
son-3 might infe?'
froin whit has befcn written -about-' formed.
who is authorized to rent in nly absence. b u!s we would qere state that at the meeting held in I lead immediately in the rear of the Artillery. . The
A.. iN. MCJJvJiN A lx W .! . ; "I ' . ,t A,, lxl- 1 n.U. TIT.,.. .,l..x: '' i nr:i...:n.tn T. Innfrr lirnrlorJ Jxr fVienT.o Pnorto
jj- .1 a voice v llie 0111 ixi li'in jioj-, itauiuuuu was ill- j tiuiuiugwu xj. xiuuiiuj, uv-uvv. -j vxx. x-.o. . u.j yyu
as member present to authorize the j Cornet Band of this place, lollowing as the body
ctiairmau to aplioint 25 delegates to represent Cum- guard of the President. On1 to-morrow we will giy ! of t3ie Drmocratie Associalion cf lyelim'oiid. on bei
LWlvnl countvl should a Coavention peradventure 1 further particulars respecting the whole proceedings. half of the citizens of the city, tender! you, most
Jf 1 . i .! " 1 r..n :..:.. :A ..: :t .ix .:. !..
"Y'-IIAYB a largf
jL r'Sliot Gillie, lao:
0 lot of I)i
ible and Sla-'le Barrel Bill.
.. . 1
II ATS, SllOKS, llOL TINO CLOTHS, &c,
All of wUicl
as bw ast !i
1 March 1
vi'd 1 e red by 1iY h les 1 1 r b r ltetail
- v u imr'itv'eau be 'had in thus State.
tolsof all m -iker. : fpbr'.ing
at 'New York prices. Jobbi
Gu; smith lineVproaiptly atte
Nov. 27, 1 ij.38. : -lan
S i r
ible and Single Barrel
be held mot
mpleinnts pt evcrj kind
i of all kiirds ii the
ided to by I
ri'ival ! '
1- V UtTdNTE.
III AVB u'r.) -ia! ej o. tth me, ia this line, Mr John
K. laitey, a.i 1 will sty le "the LA in UBltLLL
n ail;: v. .
i We have nurc'ia L the St eam-T-, S.octu k'kn:eb. ar in
A fe.v day. w H bave A Xew lAabemphiyed wither. I
1 hose lavroria-' n- vah tiieir. lmtronaye may rely
titiard. or, to iu
Spring and: Sii inner Goods!
his Second Stock of Spring and
isr all the
iti;vi " pro njt d-sp lira ;rby aplyCi- to Mr;pailey on
Tl. of. OUBELTj.
0IIN K.: BAIL BY.
M- OUT. ELL
March 2(L 1 SAp;
An Electi iL'or- Stipt-rint
Iloa-e will take' place on Tne-da
Court.: , . ' ; S' A 3111 SON BOox
P-TOyisioiiS ! Pr
hid Cut Lr P( or
v .'of June CountV:
IS iimv receivinii; his St
S h mine r ' G o 0 d s . e ni b r -e
by order ;ofjthe Boards; Wardens.
Wit hi a ff'Hat variety of new fj
Dresie.s and Blisters,--;
MOV iSlSO DltKSS GOODS.
A'lar"e and varied "assortment of Silk and Lace Mail
ties, Chan t a 1 1 y L a cPoi ii
Bera-re. Mantles. St
A few of those snlendiJ I'Vench embroidered and
Lace Sets, Collars aad Sleevts
I)e,u r!us & .Sherwooil's Ne
1(),()00! wliti h tlio
Uct. l, iepl.
W S'vle Corsets, (will
T.. .. 1 : ' . .. 1 C4.: ... CI ...l..i ".M.mliuil Mi
" lolUHo : a orMt vuritiiv nf nfi.v Rl4la Hoop S'virts4 l'C. ttc
--. r.-- " J ----- . . , -
found a great rainy new
The puMic ffeoerall
bxamiue for themselves.
RSS PO BIl A1E3S BEE -and BACON. Jutt1 l V above stock may be
' a - , nni dasiPib a oliT in:r nut
C. L. LLETi:.
ca!i price will b e
and desirable styles, jut out
are invited, to call early ana
April 23.. " - !
- .'(-j BUBS. Tare Ohio
j 1 ) ceived aad for sale.
I April SO. -
t vie Koods for Travel 11 rip
omplete asso r t m e n t o4
Pure ! Ohio Corn 'Wb'skpy. Just re
G. W. Sl'iiRLlNG.
.ve have bat td
t'jj reeeive in, a:
t he right of the
certahi it is wo
iOiicate no: at n
j The Journal
" Jutmost bitter;
1 . x . . n n .
xioxHt-y io can a uuuvcu-i matters.
II id they established ,
s if the jixrhj. Hid they estabhsoel ; After the President bad concluded,: Horn L. CAB.
calling a Convention, we do not see j. Branch introduced IIn. Jacob Thompson- Secrcta
of Mr Whislow.' need have feared; 1 Gf the Interior, who" niadeba ''"most excellent address
ifar as the i:i.bi is concerned, we would to bis native people. He took occasion to refer to
loiume: o: a oavenuon as some per- i ter Mr. mompson naq-conciuaea tne procession was
The carriage 'of the President taking the
take a stand in the great events of our nation ; buckle
on your armor with a. determination, to conquer or
die you wijl succeed but to. do this be not satis-'
tied with the position you may have already bbtain-;
ed in your classes bait press forward to the attain
ment of the highest possible, scholastic standing. "4 .
AVe were favnjod by tlie President with the
origmal letter of invitation from (lie city of Ilili
mond, Va., which we copied and here jive:
.- - A KiCHMosi), June 2d, 1859. i
To J ami's Buchanan, President : ' ' A
" A"."'-""'' ' ; Wilt : . r::."- J s
1 he: Committee ot invi
i;r member opposeu ita adutixj..
states, together with tlie fiMirni-.il d li e A...-
tioa.d A rnericanseoiist ii u te a. one in i bo.-e -.r-tiotis
ofltlie cdunti'Vi tlurrjportion l .1 L.,- ruin,
m unity Which "contains any rispt et for alio lb-i !s
of the South uiidcr the: coi St i lie' uu nnu the;
Union. These incn are "cc;l aiidy ci.ii: d to
pur respect, our couiitenanee and sii; pui t.
r Domestic Wines.: The rapid progress which tho
vine culture is making in this country, is one ftho
best guarantees against the serious evils of ii.tcin
perance, and this progress cannot fail, tic long, to
give cheap wines, American champaigne is gradually-obtaining
the reputation of being the purest ef-
l fervescing wineAn the world, and it' iiS oir. Lcng-
wprth says, we hiavenye thousand-varieties oi native
grapes all of them free from the odiiin, or .jrypo
disease, which is spreading over every corner of Eu
rope it will be seen that the Wist h; s in re servo
an enormous-field of productiveness to fail La k on,
as population "becomes dense, and profitable invest
ment for capital is required.
At There is an -absurd idea prevalent that wine can
not be prohtablylraised in this country ; that labor
is too dear, and European opposition great.'' On tbe
contrary, wine-raising is t this instant tbe most
profitable branch; of agriculture in America. It will
pay from one to three nuridred dollars an acre, yield
ing 'a higher profit on 'capital,, skill and. labor invcit
ed, than any other planting. ! '
i - The wines which can Ibe'mdst easily raised are,
like those of Germany, light and, very innocuous.
We often hear: it said that there, is no drunkenness
iii France, but drunkenness is even rare: among the
winedriiiking Germans of the Ukinc. Lid ig, the
greatest chemist, declares that these people, far from
being injured by their wine, owe to it tlie health for
which thpy are so famous, there being no place in
the World where there is so little demand for apoth
ecaries' wares. 'But the reader will recollect that
these wines are very different from those cf other
nations, being no more intoxicating to those familiar
with, them than common claret. When attention is
more cenerallv devoted to wine culture, wc shall
probablyj;ee wine as cheap here as cider and strch-
,The senior editor, who w as there at-the tifeie, spok
in favor of the passage of Ah 3 resolution; because our
fdilow democrajls in dihArent counties could then see j
tlUt although 1
eiioiee, vea, mot
We; do not. ka
uobce, but it is
: Laroluiiao' is
rei'ei ence to the?
respectfully an invitation ro viit ourcjty on yournin whiskey and fighting , brandy at a discount,
ary, ! return Vc -are well u'ssured that an tiqnie.cenenjExcessive use of ardent spirits is a greatcause of na
tional sunermg'; anything which wiu do away w un
Thrilling Remarks ! -Our facetious cotempor
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the Raleigh Register, panegyrizes as follows on the 'b Ul ' 'f1' " u R(M7,,u,,ura,..f, uu
in liv xy imaiuiL? liirvi ii i 1 1 . t in, I (tiij ft -t 9 w j
recent election in the Cockade city. Considering u.;n ht) vl t() s.latrt the Chief Mtigislrate nf the
on. W.irrcn Winslow was her- first ' tnc sanguine ana naiurany peeunai eanuiiess w.um . umoa m.. acknowjecigmeut o( niaiiy liters to lier
i . . ... . I vnnftmMB1 snrl pst.ppmf.'l ' rop. 1 cinnor.ir v. vre reioice : and to tbe South throuirb vjUr,adnibiistratin. arid
e than that her ; nominee, still ttley . -x , ?v - - a . ...,-,,i,Ai-,,i iUa. .....;,.ti,r
. . .. - P , ic-- x. -that this ecstatic expression-gives-eviaenccitnat tne t-"-" -.- "'"' v.. r.r.-.v
eintnodeeisionofalegalCbnventiom lTu l.- ' .? .... . : to tender to you their gratituSe for the llrm, able,
that this incident-U-worthy, of a youthful fervor and animation which once character- anfi decidea tana yt lmvi taken in defence of
w ritten to show that the course of. the
nuto reprehensible after alb With
;sQ.ut:oh adopted by that "meeting
improving the cburse iur-saed by tht
ized its able conductor Kas again -returned to its j tlm ri(rlt:i uf tjlC State and tfte Sttdes geit.-rally.
wonted habitation. Go it friend Syme, pd mayJ Lo .so kind us t-reply liy'telegriiph and state;
youj always feci as happy as you did Wlier writing , your acceptance of our, invitation, and the time if
t ' , . .1 - i-wui sun voui uon veiiieiicii i iioaior us-niai u
say it is peculiar'"' gratifying r us
J With assurance ot r-speet. ej?:tm soul miuiim-
.nun oi your tusiiuguisneu autiiimsiraiii'ii, wd are
WILLIAM OUbl). Jr.,
Leirness." ' We
Carolinian." the subjoined paragraph :
"Little Petersbukg" Glorious "Little Pk
iprobatiou of oar coasf.taenls. lbe Tersbcsg.- it is witn inexpressiote pnue an.u pica, .ve'ry. reSnectfullv, .vour obeuieilt: bcrvau-U and
"Carolinan' can. nether questioa sure that we point to .tuo result in ctersourg.ca b. b :- a
,.,t:.r I , vtorvtinlr i-ftsohlt on xuuiujf lu Uuulw vu.u aw, ,.,,ui yij Ti..V' fiT, A KI .TfOM KA A
"- v 1 1 - " iJ - r t - x-i a i. . I ii : j i I a - - v -
were grateful lbr . it. and that it is a pQon in VirAinia. -' , - f A .A : :
boa walch t&thers, not we may writ . . With the cartridge box. on the battle field she
accuses us of attacking it with the earned for herself the-proud title of the AbCockade
less." Tothis charge, wc plead "hot ? the Union," and now,' at the- battle bo she has
JO UI VXXb ! . - . - j
''Peace bath its victories no less renowned than war,'?
God bless "Little Peterourgl" Nihe cheers for
Little Petersburg !7 A We will drink ; your?; health,
Little Petersburg," in a bumper of Sterling Brancli 3
La -Perle champaign as soon as we hn is h this
paragraph, which is justat this moment, r- Ilip,
is nothing bitter in the language we'
asied in reply tl ;at, maeh less the.appearanceof any
ght seem to possess the ? utmost bit
did accuse it of bavine: a lack of in-
bjpenience in pot speaking oat on tho conventional
paestioa. As to the persons, who are in favor of a
oonvention, wdknow from oar own observation that
in some piaods, this desire is -entertained by the
hip, Hurra." We feel good now all over.
. : '
tztT The rronrlctors of the Daily Bulletin, have
Heads finaerscla and iaieei-by persons themselves niin th-pcs And intend Wuintr in a
vho seek aiueit but: thairowa self aggrandizement; few days a
fbe eoaati-i3 tuat'bive spaken against a convention Journal." ' It will contain thirty-six columns of rcad
i.re the coaatitobe reliai on at the ballot hn-r nf in.r mutter will he. mailed to subscribers for
1 fill times aad wc do iasist that tin Jouraal, &Pca $l 50 per aaavua ia advanoc . s. a
it, or modify it, can hardly fail to be regarded a
blessing. Pelenburg Ljcprcss.
'' j ' A
j ' -
AJItr too. Gofoo.TO be LosTi Bill Polk, as be is
familai.riy called;, is a man of decided wit and humor.
He seems to be disgusted with'-eternal agitation of
the nigger question, laid does j not appear to have
much respect lor the good sense of tne agitators.
The Franklin (Tennessee) Keview. relates the ibllow-
ing . good One" of him : !
A good story; is told of Bill Polk,' in connection
with his canvass with Thomas tor, Congress. '1 hom
as hadfspoken first atSheloyvilie,arra as is now the
case with nearly all anti-Hemocratic speakers and
writers, thought to make great capital out cf the
fcrnigrger question, "-" x.j
WnMe nnH T.erxmnton : in lact, tie 5poKe oi rioin-
WlLLIAxVI.F. lilTC-lIIKC1. inr ese At the close of his speech Polk arose, and
liExNJ. xM. DeWITT, . with that neculiar comical Iook which he knows so
well how to assume, he called loudly ior the bhenli
of Bedford county. No response, and again Bill
called at the top of his lungs, iir thtriil, 1 say, Mr
Sheriff, come here! , , , . , A ,
" Presently the Sheriff appeared and asked w hat he
wanted. I want, says Poik, a coroner's jury sum
mdried immediately, ily competitor has found a
dead carcass, right here in this room. The Kansas
Nebraska bill has been dead, for two ycais; h 13
fast becoming1 putrid, and I, want an inqaest helJ
over it 0 that it may be. decently buried. It i3
ceedlecs to cay that the niger speech of Thomas
wxar very eiTctually killed W this jancxpectei sally
of Bill Polk. . ; b .
' Tbe truth is. there is a geaeraL almost a universal
demand for a coroner's jury to hold an inquest over
-J J 1 j: .. , . 1
WILLIAM FLOYD, .
; . - . 1 t " Committee.
Th.e Tlichmond Independent Blues, have offered
their services as; an escort. A;
It is irr.possible fr the President fo attend as
business of importauee calls Jiim to Washington
by Tuesday. y 1 1 "';-A " A "'AAt'-;' ;A;v;
; New Flocr. The Jrst load of new F.'our j
was brought to market on yesterday f.'om Mr
Harris Tysor of .Moore county, and sold to
Messrs. P,1 ; MeLatirin; -
A rmmnnT voiintrtpr who akeJ his father nt ,
the theatre, if thatwasnt a band hoxhre tho j the "dead andputrid cafWiSg of Lbiipss, iuu iLu fci
maaiciaos are was cut oS from fiiuserns,- ,ou ,