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A T T ) I i N E V. AT I-PlW. -
"ITTIIX practice in the counti OfBiaden, Samp
VV sou and Cumberland. PrmT attention given
to all business committed to his :hajfge.
April . a:H. tf
J. A. SPKVRS,
ATTORNEY A" LAT7,
TTKN'DS the Courts of CI aborlund, Harnett,
Vake and J oh n ct'n . t i
Address, To'.-rntr, Harnett Cc -fN. C.
Feb. it;, ! Z :, t; .
L A V
avin"- oiated themselves
. together in the pr .ctice of
and stvle of C.WIKltO.V fc SI!
Comity acid Sup ! ior Courts of
An-on. ti.ieh.mond and Roheso
Snisted to them will receive ih
Address Citim-ron and Shaw,
lioi'.kintian;. 1 1 i 1 ! : i . n 1 cfunty
J.vo. V. (LniMinv.
Mav 1 , 1K.-.S. ly
aw, under the name
..,' will attend the
All business en
r prompt attention.
Attorneys at Law,
Jy.G. D. Shaw.
V. S. NORMENT:
ATTOKNKV AND COUSN 3Ll)li KT LAW
LUViHKUTOX, K. C.
"TILT. ATT FN D the Count j irtd Superior Courts,
V ot Kobeson. Cumberland. Bladen an.l Colum
bus. All business intrusted to is care, will receive
uromnt attention. OHieeinthe Jourt Vlouse.
Ju!v 1. 1 ..-: .
JOHN P. rUCatiEU,
ATIOILNKY AND COUNi.-'LOIl AT LAW.
IFF rUACTK'F in the rts oi
Curr.berinii.l Columbus aid Jlladen.
Fn'i.b. i toii, Kobeson-0., N. C.
I)K. K SCOTT
liase.i the Stock : i d At paratns of Dr.
v. and ll.it ters him ' If that lie is prepared
. c L 1 i
M : o
ii to all in nee ot ins services, lie
Sn mmer h
Cj and may le found
ly occupiud by Int.
M-.rket. .!!:.fcinff t!:e
l'u l.i r o i
1. M. io
in a A. ... to I V. yi-, and from
. MI- Camptoell,
, ;i . i n:; .v cmmis:ION mfrciiant,
East Si.le of Gillo; ie Street,
rAYKTTEVILLE, N. C.
. 13. W.-'
ti ommiGsian i:lcrr!)ant.
wifmin'c;to n. a
'IFF "tve prompt and pe -oital attention to all
f oasintiieuts of Spir s Turpentine, Kosin,
I-ir. I U TP"' 111 III1, AilU illlV'-l" J yiwn
) i-' l '
: !'. no -t..iis ovi'i the Store ot -Mr von-
iuin ' Liitterloh'- wharf. North Water
:l;u.ii anu j.
Juno F 1
15 . .1 S KS II AVIS, having
l.-..u.h'il on rinane itlv locating
res to tl
e ( iti::i ii-
ll.-, ri'spetfully oilers hisseryi-
f this p lcc and surrounding
h, all tl
variou- branches ot his 1 ro-
g the mai ifacture of Mineral
fuei, after nn extensive experi
added a tli rough Dental educa
giv.e entire -atisfaction as far as
of Dentist ,y. . All irregularities
Tedh, lie is sath
once, to which is
ti :i. that he can
if is in thi" nower
of the Te. th treated m a pr;per and caretul man
ner as well us diseases of t e ni"Ut!i, None hut
metals are maue rse u in aiiims
Charges will 1 : moderate, that the
.. .. . . -i .,.
henctits ot t lie I'rote-sion i iy no piaceu wirmii
tlie reach d' all who may fe 1 an interest in the
..reservation of the Teeth.
' Hlice over Houston's Jewelry Store, where
he will lie found at all times
May 15, 158 tf ;-
faigii fc Sou's t:
Tvo Doors above O. T.
r.'a cttevill , C.
Cct. 1, 1858. ly.
fTl'ST FINIHFf. A SUP JRIOR STILL CAP and
WORM to work litt -en Ba Is, which I will sell on
reasonable terms.---Apply s 0D., , , ..
Favetteviile. May 19, '59. - w-tf
vf TT ST- CI&(TTiW
It ATS, SHOES, B0LIXgS.&C
All of which will be offered by Wholesale or Hetan
as low as the same quality can be had in this State;
' March 12. IS..!). -tf
rrHE LAW COPARTNERSHIP of TROY i FUL-
I LE t in dissolvea oy mutual consent.
Iiuuiberton, N. C, July 5, 1859.
Jy 7, St.
i. & . 3icL.AU h in i
01 LD 1STITE ATTENTION TO TiEIR LAKCJE
and desirable Stock of
GR O CERIE Si
CONSISTING IN PART OF
150 Bags of Uio, Laguara and Java Coffee ;
10l Bbls. and Hhds. Sugar (assorted ;)
23 Hhds. Molasses ;
ao " Bacon, Sides and Shoulders
500 Sacks Salt ;
150 Boxes good Tobacco ;
125 ' Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow Candles ;
50 " Soap, (assorted ;)
56 " Candy, "
100 Bags Shot, "
1000 Lbs. Bar Lead ;
30i Bbls. Snnff, (Eagle Mills;)
25 Kegs Soda ;
250 " Nails :
X LAROE AND OENEEAL ASSORTMENT OF
HARDWARE AND CD Tj, E R. Y .
Farming Utensils of all descriptions
AuierrciiW Wglifeh, Swedes and Peruvian Iron ; s
lilister, German and Cast Steel ;
Blacksmith Tools ;
Cbro Shelters and Straw Cutters ;
Buckets. Brooms and Pails ;
Leathen Manilla apd Jute Rope, (all kinds and
quality ;) Plow Lines and Bed Cords ;
Hollow Ware ;
Cotton Yarns and Sheetings at Factory Prices ;
All of which will be sold low for cash, or on usual
time to prompt paying customers:
Country merchants ate respectfully requested to
call aud examine our stock before purchasing else
D. 3c W. McLAURIN.
March 5, 1 59. -tf
Boots and Shoes,
EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY.
HTMI E subscriber has returned from New York and
X is receiving his SPRING & SUMMER STOCK
of ROOTS and SHOES, to which he would call the
particular attention of all in Want Of goods in his
line. His stock consists in part as follows :
Gent's Patent. Leather Boots and Shoes ;
Ladies' Gaiters, with and without heels, of all
styles aud colors ;
Children's shoes of all kinds with and without
heels, fine and coarse ;
lioy's Roots and Shoes ;
Kid Skin Oxford ties and Gaiters ;
Patent leather French Gaiters, snd Gent's Ox
ford slippers ;
French calfskin pump Boots ;
French calf skin peg Boots ;
Ladies' Congress Boo s. with and wihout heels ;
Ladies' slippers; With and without heels ;
F'i'dles' leather Boots, pump and thick soles ;
Misses', Coys, and Children's Boots. Shoes and
Slippers of every desirable style ;
Gent's Patent Leather Putnjis ; Goat leather,
Velvet and Fancy slippers ;
Gent's Black Lasting Gaiters ;
Gent's Black and Light Cloth Top Congress Gaiters-;
Cent's Sewed and Pegged Calf Congress Boots;
Ladies' Cloth and Velvet Slippers and Ties ;
Ladies'-Serge and Kid CongVess Heeled Boots ;
' 'Ladies' Morrocco and Serge Button Boots ;
Ladies' Morocco. Kid and 'Goat Polkas i-nd Lace
Roots, aud everything usually kept in a first class
Shoe Store, which he always sells at the
U itli -n'.vv.y t hanks for jmst favors, you aie re'juent
ed to call and examine his Stock before purchasing
BOOTS AND SHOES made and repaired on short
est not;ce. M. FAULK.
April Hi. tf
Fresh Arrival !
Spring anil Summer Goods !
J. A. PEM11KKTOS
TS now receiving his Second Stock Of Spring and
JL Summer Goods, embracing all the
SUMMER SILKS, GRENADINES,
With a great variety of new style goods for Travelling
Dresses and Dusters, also a complete assortment of
31 0 UK MSG DRESS GOODS.
A large and varied assortment of Silk and Lace Man
tles, Chantilly Lace Points, Black and White
Berage, Mantles, Stella Shawl. &c.
A few of those splendid French embroidered and
Lace Sets, Collars and Sleeves.
Douglas & Sherwood's Tew Style Corsets, (with
Bustle and Skirt-Supporters attached.)
A great variety of new style Hoop Skirts, &c., &c.
In the above stock may be found a great many new
and desirable styles, just out. The public generally
ire invited to call early and examine for themselves.
J. A P EMBERTON.
April 23. -tf
NOTICE TO SOLDIER'S WIDOWS.
finUE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Soldiers,
JL and the Widows of Soldiers who died
IX service ih thb War qt ISi2, can have their
pensions continued by calling on the undersigned
Congress bavins: made additional provision for
Give me the management of yoUr claims, and
the money shall come at once, or no charge.
JNO. M. ROSE.
Agt. for Pensions.
Fayetteville, June 19, 1858. tf
Turpentine! Turpentine! Turpentine!
OA II HI! TURPENTINE BOXES on and near
OU-UUU the Kail Road, about 5 to t miles from
Fayetteville, will be rented on good terms to any per
son wishing to embark in the business.
Also. good SAW and GRIST MILL, and two small
Also, two of the RICHEST FARMS in the County
of Cumberland, one about one mile from the Market
House, known as the Bailey place ; the other about
nine ifdles from town, known as the celebrated Ashe
Lands, which Iims 2"0 or S00 acres cleared land, which
if properly cultivated, will produce an average of 30
bushels of Corn per acre.
Those wishing to rent said lands must apply soon.
Or they cannot be rented.
For particulars apply to C. E. Leete, Fayetteville,
who is authorised to rent in my absence.
a. n. Mcdonald.
Fayetteville, Feb. 8, 1859. -tf
"I A AAALBS. TALLOW WANTED.
JLJiJJJ which the highest cash price will be
A. M. CAMPBELL.
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT 50 CENTS
per hundred. nf the Daily Carolinian Office.
June 17, 1859. y-d
TZ" EEPS constantly on hand a large assortment ot
JLV. ehiclHE c't every description, which are well
and faithfully made and finished in the lightest an
neatest styles. His facilities for doing carriag
work are greater than ant establishment South
which enables him to sell his work on the most favor
Nov. f3. 1858. tf
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THE NORTH Ga
"The Work of Slai
Under the above caption m
Greensboro' Patriot of Friday
which oar name is frequentlyj'
conceived in a gentlemanly trip
we will endeavor to reply to it jl
imaginable. Our time is shor
in a short time, for Davidson I
for a week. The Patriot says ?
" We had resolved, we say,"
stant, idle and insane yelpir-1
?f one . of
(Hon. J. A Gihr-cr) ncx ii-J-,
--.-.-.;.-- n'tn-..;-.-.; - ie- V: --ii-rA
VIU J-J CVtVU- ULHUltMUlVIl, . V. -P . W '(
ridiculous publications transferred: to colurrt;,;
of the Fayetteville Carolinian, -from sbne Abolition
papers. ;, ' - '
The assertion that these publication? are ridicu
lous can have no weight with it, because it is a, Here
assertion an opinion of the Editor of the Patriot.
If they are ridiculous they are unworthy of notice,
and we think that the notice is of importance suffi-
cient to cause Mr. Gilmer, if he is innocent, to ap-
ply to the (Abolition) Tract Journal for the;name of
the writer, and thereby prove himself innocent of
' , J
the grievous charges. JSo excuse can be Ouered
because, there is none to offer. If it be a fact that
the whole of this is false, why not choke '.the lie -
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down the throat of this Abolition paper.? Two !
j I ,
things demand this oi Mr. Oilmer first, the; people '
, . I . .
oi tne soutn, to snow tnat ne may now te custea ;
J ' , t , ,
cjouiiiai iict-i iiiuue 11101 e xiioiiey upuu luai icilci 101 liiv-
cause of abolitionism than any one South is awrare
of. IiCt Mr. Gilmer prove this to be false, and not
only will the Tract Journal receive a severe tlow
1 .i f i fi Tryfrnec rf ctrindlinrr T OT(k ,--. Vi Cl n riirf '
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oi aoomionism win oe sioppeu, anu us statemenis
hereafter will be looked upon with great allowance
even in the North. The way is open see if, Mr.
Gilmer will do it ! ;
" New converts are always said to be more zeal
ous ; and it is also true, as shown by experience,
that Northern men who have been reired up and
educated in freesoil principles; w;hen they come
South in search of fortune, are everlastingly prating
about Southern rights, and to keep themselves from
being suspected, are constantly denouncing South
ern slav eholders, and letting off a wonderful amour. t
of patriotism, because they entertain the idea th t
these slaveholders are entering into combinations to
Wo would remind the Patriot, that we are ro
new convert to the cause of democay and although
we are ITC"herh itftm by Education, we never
were Educated in "free soil principles, nor liae (-
we eorne South in search of fortune, and if we h d,
the Patriot has no right to questiou us for so 3
We have never denounced, either North $e,
TTif-r's fonrst In i ;n:se it b.ns; br n mi inrii'mis
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the slave interest ot the South ana should be Vf
demned. We can at. this day show a brigbTr-
record upon the slavery question, than can J
Gilmer, of the fifth district, for where he has been
proved and latided by the abolitionists we have
been condemned, and threatened with personal vio
lence, and that too for being a Democrat in the
old Key-stone, and yet the democracy of the old
Key-stone of the arch" is called free-soil no
more unfounded or unwarrantable assertion was
ever made, and none less able to be supported by
facts and figures.
" Thus the editor of the Carolinian, all the way
from Pennsylvania, brought up in a Freesoil State,
and has no doubt, often attended camp-meetings,
when Freesoil-preachcrs have held forth on Kansas,
giving the " freedom shriek," by the hour,- lnv5
come into iScrth 'jarohna and .is now wonderfully
exercised, for fear Mr Gilmer is scheming against
the rights of the South and Southern institutions."
The Patriot thinks it is condemnatory to us to
have it stated that we are from Pennsylvania. .Well;
this is certainly news ! We are proud that we can
be called one of the Keystone democracy; Penn
sylvania has stood pre-eminent as a conservative,
union-loving State, for years, and were her sons to
disown her she would vindicate her honor by show
ing to the world that none of the contaminating in
fluences of the Opposition can ever secure a footing
up?n her soil. As to " camp-meetings ". we never
attended one in our life, but presume that the good
people, the Methodists, hae more to talk about at
their camp-meetings than to give the "freedom
shriek," referred to by the Patriot, except it bfc the
freedom shriek of a sinner reclaimed from the bond
age of sin. Would that Mr Gilmer could give the
same " shriek " to show that he is freed from the
influence of B'ack Republicanism-.
Regarding Mr Gilmer's scheming, we presume we
have made sufficient offers to the Patriot and every
other supporter of Mr Gilmer, to show that Mr Gil
mer hasbech guilty of grave offences and that - his
ourse has not been such as would recommend itself
to the South.
As for Mr Gilmier being born and raised in the
South, it constitutes no plea upon which his devo"
tion to his " beloved South " can be proven. Cas
ius M. Clay, of Ky., was a Southern man, but ambi
tion arid a desire for notoriety forced him to the
adoption of abolitionism. - - -
That the Editor of the Carolinian is a young law
yer from Pennsylvania, we do not deny and you
can use it just as you like, we do not profess to dic
tate to the whigs of North Carolina, we give them
facts, let them be the judges.
" We too, would say to the Whjgs of the District
'take warning," be oh yoiir "guard, for the enemies
of Mr. Gilmer, under the guise of friendship,' .are
busily engaged in sending anonymous communica
tions to abolition papers, to have them re-published
in Southern journals:"
The communication in the Evening Post to which
you refer in tha above connection was not anony
mous, and if sent by Mr Gilmer's enemy, he has an
opportunity of showing to the world thai it was sent
for the purpose of injuring him, and no paper will
be more ready to give it publicity tfaarl .He Caroli
The Patric't thinks that if Mr Gilmer has a cCpy of
mm.m,m him i.liln n t iin.
;ress or sent by a friend or even the authi
is confessing a little more than we would be willing
to do under the circumstances. It puts the Patfot
n the position of denying the charge and yet juisti-
Wb.7 it is that Mr Gilmer's mouth is closed ulIT
T -i - ... . - - " ' , s, . . .
tainly believe there is some foundation for them.
The Patriot thinks, no doubt, that we have one of
1 1 these books -and if we have not, it advises us to
iais quesuon is very stranjre inaeea he aon t any
OXL3 get one.' We have never seen one of them fcor are ' crowded, but every one seemed to enjoy then-selves Reseat ot PaPe's. GOn,1"J -cat battle. A Vien
ick the ;: we anxious to tead any such publications ; when we to the fullest extent We, eld arid married as nactMTesS -ulIfthH Iondon Times says tliepick-
warit one we will send to Mr Gilmer for the loan of
his, promising that we will take good care of it
1 rus whole matter comes in very bad grace from
iindness the Patriot, to deny that John A. Gilmer is in any sent last evening: We do certainly believe that we nuies a tJ? ' sf ttiin"- the country in favor oi na
fjre leave way leagued with the Black Republicans, and yet have never seen a more generally handsome class of j tional inoyp ndence. Ol-on's
it was alleged that the Southern opposition might j
consistently stand in '60, side by side, with Scu-ard (
fl-r1.i A Tv-mor tlinf vvonl.l prtflnrsc Au'trinn
-"-j- " -- - ,
J A. Gilmer to circulate abolition documents and
coalsce with the Black Republicans. If it does it is j
inc0ns! stant to ask of the Opposition party to do a ;
thing thai it would appear to question the right of.
Mr Gilmer, the candidate ef the party, to do. '
CoxcfiEssioNAL. In the First District, Hon. Hen
ry M. Shaw, the present incumbent, a gentleman of
ability and eminence, is opposed by Wm. N. II.
gmithi Egq The ca-sTa?s is waxing warm. r,oth
rt;es arg thorou hl organized. From present
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indications and the known popularity oi Mr. fch iw,
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his re-election may be regarded as certain. In the
i u a-. t- m " . . - i
second District Hon. Thomas Kurhn is a candid-
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ate for re-election without opposition,
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In this the 3rd! district, Hon. arrcn inslow
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is a candidate for re-election. Col. M. J. McDufhe,
a talented young man of this place, w ithout any po-
litical creed whatever, opposes him
The only issue
is AMBITION. Mr. Winslow will of course be
In the fourth District, the present able incumbent
Hon. L. O'B. Branch is the Democratic canaidate
lAnh B. Sanders, Esq., of Johnston,
! another ambitious young rhaii w ithout political prin
ciples opposes him. . He will not black the Board.
In the fifth District, Stephen E. Williams, Esq.,
one of the ablest politicians in the State, opposes .
Hon. John A. Gilmer. Facts which have recently
developed themselves should, as we doubt not they
will, be the means of defeating Mr. Gilmer aid elect
ing his democratic competitor. M. Q. Waddell is alo
a candidate in this District. We glory in his spunk.
In the sixth district lion. A. M. Scales is opposed
by Gen. J. M. Leach, of Davidson. The General is
a. powerful man, but not sufficiently so to overcome
his able competitor.
In the seventh District Hon. "Burton Craigc will be
re elected without opposition.
In the eighth district, David Coleman, Esq., op-
I po--es Hon. Z; B. Vance, the present incumbent. He
j is a team, but the prospects now are that he will be
defeated at all events, we earnestly hope fo.
WUiyi united and determined eli'ort en the p;.rt
ndidates would be elected. Nothing but
f unanimitv of action and hard work can ensure
" Watchiiian Tell us of the Night. "
Our readers will remember an article in our paper
where we copied a piece from the Boston (Abolition)
Tract Journal, implicating Hon. J.' A. Gilmer, in
the matter of anti-slavery; . The Salisbury Watch
man refers to it in the following way :
"Our cotemporary, the Raleigh Register, review
ing tkis article from the Carcltnian, conclude; that
t is sufficient tc? entitle the editor 'to the plea of
non compus mentis.'' Serves him right."
So you have got sufficiently strong to give us one
of your characteristic efforts. Wonder if you could
stand alone after such a misrhtv attempt ? And vou
have" come up to the help of the Register, have 3-011 !
Well that's considerate on 3rour part, but you hap
pen to be just as unable to get along as it was
probably a little more so poor Watchman a ou arc
weak, sickhy and we won't be hard on 3-ou. It
would be shameful for puss to kill mouse without
playing a while with it so we will just handle 3-011,
not according to your deserts bul according to that
which you can bear.
Now Mr. Watchman did you know that 3-our as
sertion will not bear the test of truth ? The Regis
ter did not say that the charge which we brought
was sufficient to entitle the editor of the Carolinian
to the plea of non compus mentis. That would
have been personal, and being personal we should
have governed ourselves accordingly. Does the
Watchman make the charge in that form ? We wish
to be understood, and wish to understand 3-011, vou
will therefore please answer. What was said IJ3- the
Register was that the charge was sufficient to "en
title tile baily Carolinian"' nCt the editor. Will
the Watchman watch a little closer, and not make
misstatements. Your reputation for veracity will
suffer should you continue td rniqubte.
But Mr. Watchman, there is not a man of yoir
Imposition humbug who dare attempt to prove the
statement of the Abolition Trad Journal to be false.
And more tliari lliat, the R.ev. gentleman who is the
author of the letter is pretty well known, and lives
in Guilford county at least surmise places the
charge upon him, and if there was any honest3" in Mr
Gilmer or the party that supports him, they would
acknowledge it or prove the whole charge false.
But Mr. Gilmer is courting the free soil Quaker vote
of Guilford and Randolph and consequently has
been led to commit some very grievous offences
which should condemn the man forever. The whole
thing must be taken for a fact till. Mr; Gilmer proves
the charge false; he has the opportunity, let him
then pre've the Tract Journal false, or acknowledge
his free soil creed.
You ought to be ashamed of yourself Mr. Watch
man, when you are ur'able to contradict the charge,
to be made the tool of J. A. Gilmer in denying it,
upon your own responsibility. Poor thing you are
the victim of misplaced confidence, arid should
consequently be pitied.
We trust the good people of Salisbury will occa
sionally give 3 ou a drop of cool -"ater 3-ou a"e
faint, sickly, weak, and nigh unto death.
CrRcrMCisio:-' and Baptism Sacraments of the
lately published br Rev. F. K. Nash, and now upon
our table. Mr. Nash is an able and learned gentle
man, and we have no doubt but he has handled hi?
subject well. Price in pamphlet form 25 cents,
book 35, to be had at the Presbyterian Book Store.
' tlenicn of town to the graduating class of the High
School, was one of the most agreeable we have at-
tended for some time.' The spacious Halls were
( wc are, ought not to praise the beauty of our
could over-rate by praise the amount of beauty pre-
Mr. Blake the worthy principal of the school was
agreeably surprised last evening by his scholars,
who presented him with a handsome silver nitcher
Prof. Ilahr ina few well-timed and pelcct remarks
made the presentation on the part of the school, to
which Mr. Blake responded most happily. It was a
pleasure to see those young ladies gather around their
former teacher, their eyes glistening with mischie
vous pride, to think tiiat they had so completely
Last cvcnhig closed all the exercises In connection
with the school, and we think every one was de
lighted with the . manner in vhich they were con
cluded. Davidson Colleck. The Senior Editor of this
paper left On Saturday last to attend the annual com
mencement e'xercises of this institution, which be-
' gins on Thursday next The exercises, will begin
as usual on Tuesday evening preceding, with the de
liver' of the sermon before the graduating class by
the Rev. Dr. Dabney of Union Seminary, Va; Hon.
Wm. Eaton will deliver the address before the Lit
erary Soeutics, and J. C. Chambers, Esq., of S. C,
is. the orator of the Alumni. Hon. II. W. Miller,
has been invited to repeat his celebrated oration on
the Nineteenth. Centuary on Wednesday. We will
lay before our readers an account of the proceed
ings as early as possble.
Tins Presidential Campaign. Some of our ex
changes have already commenced discussing tin
merits of their own particular i;trites for the high
est office within the gift of the people.
So far as we are concerned our candidate is tht
man who is nominated by the Charleston convention
which, we suppose, will convene in May next. Wt
have sufficient confidence in the democratic party t
know that they will make the right platform an
place the proper man iipo it: All conjectures as
to who that irian will he are premature, and of
course avail notning whatever.
-LtT" We : have received a catalogue of the Char
lotte Female Institute. We have had occasion be
fore to rpeak in fiat -ring terms of this popular am"
I'ourlshirig J -!,; tucion.' The iium: er of pupils in
alien lance lar-t session was 11 SL 1'ha V.o'-yWriK'DTf-
i .,1 ', , on p i ! flit' rrmrsD rf ; -icfrnfirtn t -.i. -sIa o"rTi
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The Democif,fij Press.
Not wishing to be regarded as Pi-. .tens-like, w.
would again state that, in our humble opinion, the
discission of " The thirty million bill" has beei.
protracted too long entirely. In many instances,
prolixity is as reprehensible as muteness, and in this
case we can but believe that our cotemporary has
made "much ado about nothing." Devote -our en-erg-
and talents to a better caMse ? make an on
slaught on 3our invidious foes ; we all understand,
and knowing, approve the "Thirty Million bill," the
discussion of which has been protracted to an inju
In this connection, and ns our friendship would
seen: to he questioned, we would state that ive are
ahvaj-s friends under certain circumstances. We
presume die Press comprehends this remark.
Southern Liteharv Mkssag::. A very excellent
number of this paper is upon our table. 1
Dry. Our exchanges are very bare of news 1
nothing of interest transpiring in the county-.
,t D. Whitford, of Ncwhcrn. has been re-eiected
President of the Atlantic 6c li; C: Rail Itoad So
says the Daily Delta.
Fayetteville N. C, July 9.
Messrs Editors : You being of a gO d hearted
disposition, I should like to make one or two . sug
gestions in regard to our Western Railroad. They
have advertised heretofore to leave the Depot at
Sunrise or thereabout. Of late thc3' leave as is con
venient say 5 to 10 A. M. it puts us (Merchants)
at much :re?rvcrier'cc at times to know when to
sen ! our goods to the depot, such as Il.iy and Straw,
as thev have no place to protect them from the Cat
tle. Would not they (W. R. R.) do well to mike or
pricure a place for goods to go off the da3" after, so
that Merchants can have some certainty that their
good &c, will be there, when the train (which is un
certain) does leave ; and would it not be proper to
have bills of Lading printed or copies so that ship
pers could have them, (copies) o have printed from.
I find much inconvenience ih sending goods there on
Saturday to go in the morning train because they are
exposed to the cattle not the public until Monday
noon or Tuesday: These are mere suggestions and
hope the3r wiil ahsw-er. , Merchant.
Sale of ths Yarbrocgh House. This valuable
property was disposed of at private sale on Tuesda3
last, Col. Edward Yarbrough; the popular gentleman
who has so long had charge of the House, becoming
the purchaser. Hal. Rrtristr.r.
Bank of North Ciirolina. The Raleigh Stand
ard says: We are requested by the Commissioners
for superintending the b?cks of subscription to the
capital stock of the Bank of North Carolina to state,
that a certificate of a special deposit of specie in
either of the Banks in Wilmington, Newbern, Fay
etteville, Tawborough. Milton, Charlotte, Mdrganton,
Windsor, and Raleigh, will be received as payment
on fte'ek suLscrtbed.
Destructive Fire in Elizabeth City, N. C.
We regret to announce that a fire broke out Wed
nesday morning, at 2 o'clock, in Jennings' coach
establishment, which proved ver3' destructive. The
Haines raged v. ith rnabr.ted furv until propertv in
I the uusiness nart of the town valued .at more t..an
! s.-.r. .-.-.-. 1 1- 1 r t ' t,.. ri v
foo.uoo iia'a ueeii. ueaii ) e'l. . j o . j.uu, kj. .
Lellenger, J. B. Fearing and T. P.'-rr re -Tong tin
heaviest losers. An incendiary applied the torch.
Pet. Kj. press.
A new Post
has been established at
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n n nrc
Catawba county, N
V ., to Uti Uiiicu
Postal DFi:!T.T.je dch.it of thp To-t-offle
Depaiiment for the fiscal yea-is 1,3-3,
i liii i'aki i. :
TIED ASIA AT SEW YORK.
, New yji Jvfy7 -The Vic"" aru Asia ar'
this moli Z- the most i otainent -at"' f t;
their newft tve been received by . , ccS from.
et guard fty ie two armies are in fcig- n j?jrn,i-ih!
1 r- . . .
i . i ..i . i . i . ufonii I ii.siiii'n -
. . " r; , marching
despatch! egraphe.l from Cape Kace yesu .. .
an im::oi lam. ujihs"" ... - .
lhe hmpari - savs therein
I1! T . K . i
taken alt "
enemy's ft tions, captured many cannon?, etc.
xrv-;-J .. i ,...,, n. h itiT. had been rt
iuvuiimi i 7 lUltHraii" 1' V.'"' l.ls - . -
ceived atLt !dou up to 2 o'clock Saturday. A uts
patch datfid it 1 tfciock Friday morning, says heavy
recent tiiiaw: t had occurred at Padua. No aoy-
was enteift ied that it would declare for the nati--n-al
cause ii 1 iq course "f three davs, as the people
there hacfli' gan to mouut Cockades with Ita.ian
colors, arid rowds had gathered in front of Austrian
houses aad jcgan to hiss. The Austrian patrol
were ordre 1 out to lire upon the pei'l", bt iney
werereoiv-i with insults and defiant cries, when
they madjp i i attack upon ihe mobj with the butt-,
of their mulcts. The military finally cleared tin
i.i iiiiv--u iidu .v i : li i . . - , .
7 liailt ci-n also hcar.l vr..n.--
streets. ?T1 j reDort that some oi the pcpie
been kilbkl was not confirmed. .
A Sardin m official bulletin, in relation to the
affair at Pe egie, savs the Swiss Regiments attacked
the towrfor the 20th, and met with great resistance,
but after th ee hours lighting, forced their way i"'
lhe towi V here the combat was renewed m t he
streets, and continued ft'r two hours. The Swiss
troops timn .led down and killed even woman and
inoffensive .ersons. The nest day these outrages
were rejteaiid, and the firing upon the people rc
commeneecl when the town was placed in a state ot
seige. Id- ices from Malta state, that eight steamers
were now l -ady for departure for the Adriatic.
The Pru sian Gazette of Wednesday, in its ohi
cial column, says:
The Fra co-Sardinian army is moving near the
frontiers o Germany. Tin Prussian iovcrnmeiit
regards tht security "of Germany as entrusted to its;
care. 'fb Italian conflict is assuming even increas
ing dimens- ons and England and Russl i are arming
on the gre test sca'c. That he l'l-u.-sian govern
ment wOul I be faithless to its dutv and to its sens ".
f UieGer nanic Confederation, . if she slm.ihl neg
lect toi commcns.ira: jly with that spirt it by
which Pn ;sia has become great. That Prussia is
free from very engagement. That she obeys only
chose obli itions w hich spring from the inmost na
ture of he State interests. That it will soon bo
seen whet er Prussia's initiative wi.l be supported
v:h neci sary weight by the German States.-
fhat I'm- ia's policy stands firm, and whoever l.iy-i
obstacles i i her w.y may consider he is rendering
service ito he enemies of 1 .ttherl.md.
It Wffs i inouncedin Paris on Friday, that a corps
d'armeij ot 40,000 troops, mainly from the African
Rc .im'int? were expei .A shortly ir the Adriatic
l)espt-ies from Milan coi'lhm the accounts that
'.he Frcnci!. troops were marching towards altel
The Ar hduke Governor of Tyrol had arrived at
M ideis o buperinte.il triiolmcnt of 24,Uuy
i troops" Jvrol and V ararleer
'XtinS Rome .-..3- thai an attempt as ihaue.
bkar la v to-.lir i;i the t -i-eo,oi ed flat
rm'i r .-o
'.aha the l)ictator.-hip of Viclur Fmanuel, but Guy
on ln'ern ed to p vcrr it.
The Pci e hd iiotil'M.d his protest ng-""nst th di.
mem:. em ;it of I. is Sufs to in now rs renrescnted
at the Pa is Conference. He had also communica
ted to thi. Cardinais a letter from Napoioon, guaran
teetng tL independence cl Lh. Papal fateS.
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Trom the Edg.-lield Advertiser.
There is ndthing of harm that we cmi see i:l
the trtijc )rment of a peaceful cigar, especially
if it brattieS the mild aroma of a gentle Ua
vann. . True, the medical men are writing the
practice down just at this time, and that tod
upon lhe startling ground that it not unfii tjuen
tly siip rinduces insanity But thi- Tray or
may tot be, the doctors ilu not more udaihh.o
than lot ier people. Vet we do maintain that
what th ladies say in regard to cigar-smoking,
should a law to all nrm of true gallantry,
and esp dally to bachelors still on th? lookout,
r ' 1 - . ...1 - j ' .
lor gu a ncs. .o, see wiim a prci'V cor
respoudmt indites upon this subject. We clip
but a S ntencfc cr two from her delicate! v-writ.
ten not :
"Ar I further Mr. Editor, let me tell von
what tl 3 ladies think of ciar-sniokers. Jf'our
prelefeifce cm;!d be complied with, we would
say, 'fmoke not at ail ;" but as this result, ir.
nottpti hoped lor, we do say. "Km ke t.-j you;-
selves, u your siuuies, m yo-r Shor.. i. ml ir.
your t lices, if smoke you must ; tiever foi-ft t.
yourSel'es so far as to smoke in a "ladies' m, r.
lor.'f rod, most espcL-iall y, never. Vcfr let tie
light oj 'your cigar or the. breath. 0 ih tj;hal,aan
be. pcrr.inra in pros.imvtj m the Sacred Ibnis- of
Thei2, gentlemen, is a word for us all. Let
us pfo1 1 by it.
Net 3t6am Fire iJugmo-G-rcat Speed
I in Tiavelig;
TJjfe self-propelli-g steam fire enrjrje buiU
at Lei & L;.n.ed;8 Novelty Works, for the
Soulh-'ark Hose Company, arrived ian even
innr'favirtg propelled itseif over tiie turnpiko
road ; rom Bristol, twenty miles in two hon-!
actoftl running time. The highest speed attii.
eu . -,.-- , aic u. eigureen nule per 1m
wl,, several steep lulls were surmounted
thef te of ten miles p r hour. The weild
wafera.nd nine men. 3.000 pounds. '
CciE fob Fever and Aot E.-Thp foli,
simp 1. remedy for the cure of Ag,,?and V "g
.aflroaght from the Spanis,--.
heaofjand very egect.ve in thi.s inealit r
befor. the dull comes on, have a r.hr Vf1
strttn: coffeo made d Jt J f ry
thfrst chill is felt, poi5r ont bonr hl'n
sqse the juice of com-le of I " V P" a"d
an! ,i little sugar to raiI V " "V,
lt lot. go to bed BI,d e;; "" "!;
trid of this often
trifl never fail.
' .. '
euver UK Wmi-...
st two or three
If tne.. owners of rio.
ri0r ..bink it too .r'r"?
record thi. f,. ..r ', U3 P'ea.
boas s i the
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ishinn-t.i.. f.,.:. .. . "..'"H-rto.-
Stt. . Whe child's name 1S I,"; f'l , -rf !'C3 lh?
Sije wUt'be six vea.c . 1 V "eHa lho!npso,i.
fhrecrBt te, dXL &ttTe"h'' t. is
' 20b pound,. b LaJ'U we,e'' inside-
J'w and shoulder ""wren l'
inference. She 14 a w nlhes in cir.
i as uite'lic-ent t, vA? '"Ppearance,
has o.,,i . . " j -' lire- rtf hr
e'. Baraura ?" r . 8nd 13 Wealthy.
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