TERMS, $2 00 PEH ANNUM, ''-"
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ATU11DAY, JTOY 23; 1859.
J- .1 j II " 11 ' . - ':" I I i !) ! I .i I i , nl - , , - , f t j,
volume xxi."' : ; ' : '- FAYETTEVIME, N. 0.,
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Single copy, in advance. peil annum T $2.00
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Single copies, fi'fe cents. ;-'
No subscription will be! received for less than bix
months. " - -. . '. ' :' --. '
lllto'f,of Advertiainc. .
Sixty cents per square of lJines, or less, for the
first, and 31 cea,ts for each subsequent insertion, for
any period under three months. i , .
For three months, 1 . . ; - 5
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: Z&r- JOB WORK of all kinds executed neatly and
O. & W . 3CLAUiii 1 TIF. YOUTH P. A itOl. N 1 A i .
OI - , -
SlNdLAlR & TEA ROE.
CLEMENT G. WRIGHT,
tTTfLL oractrcc in the countjies of liladcn, Samp
VV son and Cumberland. Prompt Attention given
to all business committed, o hist charge.
April 2, 18.58. tf
and desirable Stock
150 Bags of Rio. Laguara
100 Bbls. and Hhds. Suga
2.5 Hhd3. Molasses :
- ,30 Bacon, Sides ana jShpulders
- :500VSacks Salt :
' 150 Jioxes good Tobacco ;
125 Sperm, Auaiuan
50 " Soap, (assorted
50 " . Candy,
100 Bags Shot, .
1000 Lbs. Bar Lead ;
30i Bbls. Snuff, (Eagle'Mnla ;)
25 Kegs Soda ;
250 " Nails:
:. ..,r- . -ALSO
A IAROK AsD j GEXERilj ASSORTMENT OF
and Java Coffee ;
r (assorted ;)
tine and Tallow Candles j
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 20.
iamu -J-EGp, Tuesday, July 12, '59. j present, gooj night.
5fou will' hear from-me- again to-uiorrowr, for tL
American, English, Swedes aiwl Peruvian Iron j
.1. A. SPEAKS.
ATTOftXEY AT LAW,
VTTENDS the Courts! (umberiapa, llarnett,
Vake and Johnston-i; J
Address Tooraer, llarnf U Clo., N. U. i
1- eb. 16. 1856. ' 85-y
j LAW NOTICE. ; ;
, piIE SUft-SCfilBERS bavin sr associated themselves
JL together ia the pr tctlce of Law,, under the name
and style of CAMEUON k S1I A v te will attend the
County and Superior Courts of Moore, Montgomery,
fAnson. Richmond and Ilobeson. All business en
,Srustwl to thorn will receive their prompt attention.
Address Cameron and Shaw , 'Attorneys at Law,
liockingham. Richmond ebunt'r,N.C j
'Jxo. W. Camevox. J;o. D. Shaw.
'May 1, 1858. .. ly V VV j
Blister, German and Cast
Blacksmith Tools ;
Corn.Shellers and Straw Gutters ;
Buckets. Bmoms and rail
Leathen Manilla aid Ju
quality ;) Plow Lines and Bed Cords ;
Hollow Ware :
Cotton Yarns and Sheetin
All of which will be sold
time to prompt paying oust
Country merchants are
call and examine our stock
ie Rope, (all kinds and
gs at Factory Prices : j
ow for cash, or on usual
espectfully requested to
before purchasing eLse-
EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY.
ned from New York and
W. S. NORM E NT. I
ATTORNEY AND COUSNELOR IT LAWS
LUMBERTONi N: c. j .
ILL ATTEND the County and Superior Courts,
Bladen and Colum-
his care, will receive
Coui t lloqse.. I
V V ' ol Rolon, Cumberland
iju. All business intrusted to
prompt attention. Office1 thy
- u!v 1, 1859. 1-y-w
JOHN "P.. vFllIiliTEH,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOll-AT LAW,
ILL ;.PIl ACT ICE in; tie Uouvta ol- liODeson,
CumlK-rlaqd. Columbus anJ platen. Unice at
Lumber ton. Robeson
July 5, 1859. ; w.Saii
co,, N, G.
abased ,the- Stpck ai
1 J. Uk.vbow. n.l flatters hi'mself that lie is prepared
. .v.r .itihtViotion to all i nml of bis vices, lie
(.vmcf to .um.hI the Summer hdre, and may be found
at nil tun
at the rooms formti
ii, hit tw it iltinrs . K.it ef ih Market, during; the
regular oOJco hours iron i A. . to 1 P. M., and from
3 P, if. to 5 P. M. ;t
April 16, 1859. tf ;
ud Ai oaratus oi Dn.
'TPHE subscriber has retu
JL is receiving his SPRI
ot BOOTS and SHOES, to
particular attention .of all
line.!' His stock consists in
Gent's Patent. Leather
toadies' Gaiters, with a
styles and colors :
Children's shoes of alii
heeli. :fiue and coarse
"I: Boy s Boots and Shoes i
; - Kid Skin Ox lord ties a
I Patent leather French
ford Flipper? ; r.
k rench calf skin pump
French call skin peg BAots ;
Ladies' Congress Boo
Ladies' slippers, with and without heels :
jump and thick sole? ;
Ladies' leatfier Boots, p
! Misses', Coys, and Chip
Slippers ol every desirable
j j Gent's Patent Leathe
Velvet and Fa'ncy slippers 1
; f Gent's Black Lasting G
i Gent's Black and Liffbti
Gent e Sewed and Pegred Coif Congress Boots ;
rly occupied byjDK.
! liadies' Cloth and Veh
I Jiadies' Serge and Kid
i Ladies' Morroceo and S
! JLadies' Morocco. Kid ajnd Goat
, Boot!s. and everything usu
suet? ctore, wnicn neaiwav
i I j LOWEST
t-li many thanks for pa
ed to call aud examine bis
ITrTTO:;KER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
.' East Side of Gillespie Street,
FavettkviLle, IN. C.
Nov. 13. 18 s5 .
H . & R -L H JBfc-3M ,
WILMINGTON, N. Cf
xfjlLlt rive prompt and peroenal attention tci all
V ; Consignments of Spirit Terpentine, Rpsin,
ir. Turpentine, and all country produce ior haie.
"iya. OFFIG 13 up stairs over tie Store of Mr J
ahu and joining Lutterloh's harf. orth Va
' June 18, 1859.
1 tf ; " . I
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JAMES l ,VIS, Having
' . For ilio Ncrtli Coroli:uai
Yours, S, D0ES jxR, McDUFFIE STAND LTON D
A littlo difiioulty occurred this moraing: ; CKAilC PulCIPLCS ?
appearance Viittiw, ; &e--Preachers Th ' tjberirculation of little pamphlet caUed th V- McDaffi.,. Esq., 'of CumHeulanJ, :io a
idT" l he Wilmington Journal saysi " ve uuu j
Mf McDuffi appointed one of ; the .Delegates - to ;
represent imberland county, i in ; the, ? Charlotte
Convention i we have heard of nothing :inee; that ,
to put him opt of the pairwiinEhtchvhe; wa3 :
then recognized as standing :
There hasriot been a portion of C Mr McD nfSe
history cleaf of the charge of. disorganizing, frc.i
the timem which he began bis political coureo up
to the present moment. - tf'X" W-.
Since Mr ilcDuffil'was a Delega
Inf f a GnnvAritlnin bP K!prTy "It
. 1'. I s " slnoisAn inn Tt rrr? in r e t nf t ,n n rtv v "
t t-- TTftnr w-.i'Jf.E.-ilAn. i f "TV A va mnrp. m this vprv mTitfef Thif! L'onention?J iii-u,, jui ue hbu uutu anu eAwusive
nuestion fnow a dead issuel Mr McDuffie absolute-: aences tu uimt.are eyerywnerc . visible
ly stated that he did not .desire ia convention .-2 f-- oxiv nc, yvv-n "-7 V , r J mm' iu . V or mislead tneir brother Deniocrai t tbe ditrict.
trusted them Would be nonajield because if i fn some places the cora and cotton seemed c,lzen ims awnu m..u. wuicrw CnUMcDuifie read law ia the urike 4 tbo Kito
, w tohaVeud for waofnun. hut encnllv the ueiu w un j cuu., ...ut uc .y,u.cct.u Mr.; Dobbin, lln 1646 or '4U he, entered ul,D his
fill W9IM1 L U,fl 9.L. U tt f X tilO rw J ., - "... - . J D ' 1 tZ f , J A 1. T . A- I v 1 . - . . . . .
lining pcaxriage drawn by payrj - acrs. of the. Soph, and Junior classes; There As theiry of his coming ou .hat U a
tout mules, which were guided . by a good na-i weipe threats of violence, but all thingj are now mat:er with which we nave nothing to do. It U s
. act sdh'ofHfiun't quieL Your. S. far as we are concerned, at least, ms- own act, and
1' frolmharlott tJavidsou College in cotttpa ' " ' ":" ' Pn. his own responsibility. - His abstract right, a3
vitha ,,.nt: group of tf.U .Wx. Not-, Oar North Carolina Corrospoirfoncb. ,lXS ZSSl
istanduig the scorching heat of su we found lnwrcrJrv )' lhe neClarati6n f Indcven- to a tair and respectful hearing." '
"w" " ri . - i -T-' v ceUeUbratimm Fayette The above is from tlie Wilmington J u
vfne wnQ grauuaiiy rises as you ;prQccca west; NewsifapersJDanJGiis. Works-Hetith; That respected print beu.g ordiuariiy ex ic
l i.i its
"barlotte. y, To eyes accustomed to the flat lands . c
Ve eastCpOrtTon'of thtatetssandy soil and ; i..'
no woods?;" thf to the west,; Editors 'otS
. FAYETTRVnXE. Julv 4. 1859. $
!" " . T . -. . .r. :- T. " ... I
luiormanoa, ana conservative m i.
j the duty' of the t!eni
U accuiatvl iiiUu'iiiLU ei
i r ... . r
ar w 'Hereupon .nr.. . t . . , t t :
UfprH34- tin t versaf v c, onf nation e-nvsj a Ulso i. t.i.ui.u:, t r
fieldrcVP at in del endenccj xliett)wn autbotU to f.:,v .!:,
: all alon suitable arrngement to celebrate in a becoiBiiig shaU n?tj co?ltiu ? Uon a rce. do an injury
vj jm.i ao mtu laiiuiui iiu'miH-; til y ".ilT"
would eirr, Him an
" ' ;. , ... -;.' :-(--; . ,
can prove on Col. Malcolm James McDuffie, Esq.' crops iook wen.
ie corn fields to wave theis tasseled studies there.
In 1852 Ir. Dobbin and .Mr. IV
(if stalks, J and 'altogether it is very agffeab'e i for gram were nominated br a convention of the
- s-. .- - - -. - - . - . i oia
If all these things and more which you will; soon x AfPa xoieet tirea or wisn our journey; the , military, whe are out in all theiH strength, wcrats of .Cumberland tor seats in the LegMature,
hear from uJt for "we professto usurp the power ended, we arrived ,tt Davidson College. 0Ve shall! Tie- jvvere assisted , by ' he Lafavette Cornet and were elected. In 185 it was not Ut-T-uied ne-
. ' ' t . ',v . ..-' 1 J J A A 1 T A' a 1 ii r . ! . -
D. & W. McLAtJRIN.
KG & SUMMER STOCK
which he would call the
in want pf goods in his
part as follows : j
Joots and Shoes : i
id without heels, of all
kinds with and without
hd Gaiters ;
Gaiters, snd Gent s Ox-
with and wjhout heels ;
dren's Boot3. Shoes and
Pumps ; Goat leather,
aiters ; : i
Cloth Top Congress Gai-
to go beh
-a.' -m- m - Slm ma . aTk y-v k l W k, K. i I . 1 Ck nAUV m it'll n r 1 . .
ind things of this kind,') be true; will the giveou auiscrjpuon oi uns lusuiuuon ana oi tne ; Knnd.r under the leatlshtn ol John. LoWins, W . 113 1lu mu.n-i
T ' . . .-'i-irL;- xf - ; - is. . . - .. - r had rriiifin pri tire satisfaction nml a .to cdikhIit. .1
then ponsider Mr McDuffiie a faithful Jn?-n roK 17 A' ' f - . discoursing, gooa music taring tne movMi- oi .. d as the pu-t Candida e- In tin.
I r f -, -v The larce audience that had potrin! from nil narrs of k K AV...;0e ?. T?.. : u " ' . 143 lllt luulJ i diuuua.e.-. in ti.i
, otaldisorganizer? ; , . WJ r - t- , c.y . -' V- iew Mr McDuffie did not concur. He piiched in
j -'-I " ' lue "". .nupumieaceini was asstmweu ers iian, vvtiere an. ora uon was ueuvereu j : t.on hu ovvn hooli," and imeuipted to secure his
North Carolina .Railroad. - - in the ChapeL Althougb the services , had comb Mr. Henry Mullins, of Fayetteviile, N. C, a ; election by the:-defeat ot bis 'frie.id and.lecai i:e-
ry one ot tno "ola uemucratio sruard rwufinnfrs
that contest, among other means' re:-orti.-u to by
Mr McDutHe to secure his elect ion was indulirrnco
At a meeting of the Stockholders of this ; corpora - menped-W jrere sufficiently -; fortunate, to secure ai'yo'ing hi an ollpromise, and who, on this occa- ceptor. lie tailed. .Jivery Cumberhmd man
tionin Greensboro, last week, Chas. F. Fisher Esq-great luxury upon such an occasion a. good seat jsicn .nciu nis jaua.ence eiurauceu 17 eio-
8,000. ThM is a complete triumph - for Mr - Fisher. said. .. , i
and has proven to his enemies that it will hot "do to s ; Tjie Eev; Dr; Dabney, Prof, of Ecclesiastical his-j
attempt, for political ends, to destroy the reputation: tory in the Union Theological Seminary; Va., was thej
r- . T I - : . . . ' ...'.-....! " -TT . '!! x x 1 T : r. r i
of a gentlemjin whose integrity and wortn is . ac
knowledged by -all who know him .
The Company declared a dividend of 6 per cent,
on the preferred, and 2 per cent, on the individual
stock. f J' ' ! :." ;', " rrr
breacher. He took his text from Proverbs xi v, 2
" When pride cometh then cometh shame : but with
the Jowly is wisdom. n
; His subject was Humility. He proposed to prove
that humility was essential to the formation of just
views of things and of the acquisition of all true
!R"We refer our readers to I the communication - knowlechzs : he showed that pride, self-inflation, was;
of " Cumberland," reviewing the; course of Mr Mc--at the foundation of all errors in religion and phi-
tsale and retail btisineChouses are doin welL at thf c?unty l're.ci"c iu h'ir?Jl abuse; ana u ..-
The firm of FI & E. J. Lilly, dry goods, and eemI lilcu1le tb. tur" f Wevl11'' w''u
l ,, . .J. J. , , , t he was raised and where he livedo U e remarked
btar & W .ll.ants sell exclusively at wholesale that he uIeJ aad. from this tiie he lot the c-if2
Dp.ffie. It ij slhiply a piece of political history the
truth of whih it is impossible to Contradict.
osof hy, and that every true man in proportion as he
gained knowledge would gain humility, for all true
It will be seen that Mr McDuffie, by letter in '55, j knowledge taught man his own insignificance. It
would be vain in me to attempt to give you such a
sketch of this fine effort as would do the giant mind
ponui ess lit tied Roots ; "
erge tiuttou IJoots ;
Polkas and T.ice
illy kept in; a first class
k pe s at tne i
withdrew frchn the K. N's, in Raleigh for - the pur-'
pose of uniting with them in this place. It was (ac
cording to his own statement) necessary to receive aJ that produced it iustice. I can pass it no higher;
discharge frcsm the order before he could be con- j compliment than to wish that it were published and
sidercd relieed from his obligations to it j Now-; dilligently read by all young men and many" of thej
when haa evr Mr McTJuffie shown a discharge from old. v v - I
the order in this place ? Is it not clear that he is j ,j)r. Dahney is a man of -fine appearance. He
still connected Vith that same hody, and that he is would not, however be called an orator by those who
now exercising ;the same deceit, attempted to be ex" iajr much stress on gesticulation and 'declamation.;
A man with- 03ut all stiffness in mannerism is soon forgotten by his:
be countenanced by either . audience in the scholistic and philosophical manner!
- .-y. ... ,.,. . , - - n w hich-trcr I runtil eg his theme. . . . -
i j- 1 1 T ITT 1 3 f VA VAAAO VUVUOiUU AU? IKX&KJll lO L ii 1 J II ii JVl. nittl Ul KZlH-
ncxerkTiT r txr Apt JnrRViT. -U p hflVA rpfpivpfi ! . i o . i
i . . , ' V c n I. . , - T. . ersf I do not know dear readers that I have any-!
iercised when! Mr Ried was nominated
Isuch deciet should not
party. : 1 I
t favors, you; are request- jvoted to tie dissemmination of art and literature
fetock beture nurenasinir s. . i , -, j "
: i . i jj ty a' i. j.u ui x. ..c s
j janu. n, w e Uijie .iiie nuiuuer ueiui u us as a. criLei iau,
. i thing of a theoloKieal countenance, but certainly I!
t,was for the thne being, taken for one of the prophets,;
ROOTS AND SHOES mUde and repaired on short- ljt dJeS not fil in its Object.- It is" handsomely env "T H " Tf ana was neariy.Deing
st 4o;t'ce, . i h FAULK. ..L! c? al ' K stftii ; Pced in a veryj narrow one when several of the
Abrii ie. tf : - ; i7r:i v ; 7';,t-ri
well worth tne ; subscription, price, $3 per annum m
advance. Address C. L. Derby, New York.
pring and Si
miner Goods !
J. A. PE
Sjnow receiving his Seaond Stock of. Spring and
j f Summer Goods. eiubra'inr all the
.WId.'d on nerma-nentlv locating
Town of Fuvetteville, re spec tjfblly offers his servi
ces to the citizens of thiss plaice and surrounding
country. In. all tho various tranches of his Pro
fession, Including the manufacture pf Mineral
Teeth, he is satistied, after an extensive experi
ence, to which is' added ti thorough Dental educa
tion, that he can give entire satisfaction as far as
ft is in the power of DeutistryJ All irregularities
of the Teeth treated in' a prop t and careful man
ner, n well as diseases of thf muth, None, but
the nroDir metals are made use of in the various
fmprnlioin. Ctiffrges will be moderate,- that the
r t a. . w m LL f i i :.v.:
li.Mipfits ot the frowjssion may of , uiauou winnu
h w.ieh of all who may feelijan interest in the
A- e - - - -
m-prvation of the Teeth.
lT;3tIice over Houston's Jewelry Store, where
he will be found at all times.
May 15, 1858 ;. tf
: , r h - -
i0TiCE TO SOU
StCH AS ;
SUMMER SILK XL GRENADINES,
p R GA NaUJE S, 4-c, i . j
"With a great variety of new style goods for Travelling
Presses and Dusters, also k complete assortment of
hlOUuMNC DRKSS GOODS.
Ai large' and varied assortnient of Silk and Lace Man
tles, Chantilly L ace Points, Black and White
! Berage, Mantles, Btella Shawl &6. i
iA few of those splendid French embroidered and
Lade! SeK, Collars and SleVes. ' "
rj6uglas& Sherwood's Sew Style Corsets, with j1
IJustle and Skirt-Jsupporte? attached.)
!A great variety of new ityle Hoop Shirts. &c, lc! further than I Halm
In the above stock way be found a great many new; i:eved him f trouble,
arm ut'pirauie siy j usi. ufit. ine-punnc generaiiyij.
areinvited to call early and examine tor themselves.!!
f J. A. PEMIJKRTON
" Jcstice kuh the Justices." We have - not yet
seen the pamphlet with the above caption which is
jj being scattered broadcast over the State. We care
inot how many are issued, or how much artifice may
be brought to bear in the matter, of one.thing we
are sure, anil it is that all the pamphlets in Chris
tendom can !do nothing whatever to extenuate the
crime of which ' a senator" was guilty at the
session of the last Legislature.- The people will
never vindicate the policy pursued on the occasion
in question..; Ve would like to see what' the gentle
men say for themselves; and hope someone will send
us a copy of the pamphlet. " ' "
The Hon. Rufus Choate.
This distinguished statesman,1 scholar and jurist
He died at Halitax, JN. H;, on the 14th
is no more.
brethren ream successively - to press my hand.
strongly urging me to supply their Pulpits on the
approaching sabbath I Wonder what would Bro. S.
of the Delta do in such circumstances ? I of course
declined the honor,- being for the present ' otherwise
engaged, j-- ? :i -
The exercises on to-morrow will be very interest
ing and I shall endeavor to furnish our readers with
full reports: 'For the present I resign myself into
the arms ot Murphy. '
Friends and readers good night. S.
: . ; , ' '. . --
4 .Wednesday Night, July .'13, 1859.
The Village-tThe J"em. College Exercises in the tf"
v : h niL XTti IvA 1nvi Fh flnmu-nl CWm fin Yi V '
rf-Jlnnivfrtury Addresi. ' " - - - .
Dear Carolinian :" Bright and early this morn
ing I took a viewof'thislvillage.' It is situated on
a high a'nd .healthy ridge t of land 1n the centre of
the first agricultural district fri the State, With
and are annually disposing of from one to two
hundred thousand dollars worth of goods each.
The firm of George W. jWilliaras & Co., dealers
in greceries and hardware, ate import'ng direct
from English manufacturers cutlery, files &c ,
also iron from 'Sweden. There are a vast num
ber of other business men of various kinds that
are successfully engaged in their various avoca
tions, alike profitable to themselves and bene
ficial to the townj ' ., .
Our place is improving, and amongst the
rest is the Merchants' Flouring Mill, being put
up by Mr. McDaniel, on the site where one was
burned in great fire of 1 851, opposite 'jthe ruins of
the heroic. Flora1 McDonald's residence. The
Clarendon Bank 'ere getting materials together
for their new Bunking House, . which is to be
50 feet front by 40 feet ideep, and two stories J
high, aud will by an ornament to Hay street
A religious and miscellanDous book store jis tq
be jopeued in a few days fby 'Rev,. George Mc
Neill fc Aiiller and J. C.'JStedtnan, a want long
felt by the' Picsbyterianl churches in this por
of the Stal.-: ; . -v'
: Vtaltpn & Barry luvc erlcted the main building
fqi their carfactory and njnehine shep. -,It is 84
x.VO, ahd two stories hig& ; in addition they in
tend to have a foundry and open a luniber
yaj-d. MiVT. S. Lutterloh has nearly comple
ted a now steamer, intended to run between
t hs place and Wilmington, on the Cape ; Fear
River. She fs fitted up iu better style than
any now running, anu wilt nave gooa accom-
Unddations for passengers. "W e have 'sevn
ichnrclies, viz : Presbyterian, .EpisoOpaliUn. Bap-
, Methodist, Catholic, African, and rrotest--Methodist
In the lattey there is "no service
present held. The. '.atholic has but' tew
mbers and no settled pastor ; all the other
fideuee and esteem of the democracy litre. l:.
-1854 on of the nominees of a convention l.iiving
declined ito accept tlie nomination, ,-a:ii it bt ing t"
late to re-assemble it, Mr McDuihe, who was dc-
Jated in the convention, as ho had "au abiinct
right to do came lorward as a camudjilo. auotlu'i
geutleanan'also came forward. The dtm'c-riiey
were compelled, having lour cundiuates in tbe lit Kf,
and violently opposed, to concentrate upon three
of :.these four candidates, and "the lot it-li uj- ri
Ma'thias Thus -Mr. MeDufiie succeeded in his
objeet. AVilljt be credited that thus unsied 1
the Democracy, while at the General Assemiiy iio
deliberately went into the Know Nothing L,oc1gt r. l
lialeigh, !in compauy with ono of his late v h:g
opponents, and received tho "third degree'' t
thH hands of the lion. "Kenneth Ilainer. 'J iu fact
churches are well attended, for this is a churah-
inst., of heart d
j rope in search J
DI ELK'S WIDOWS.
Bit GEO. I,ATTTIEB.
Two Doors above C, T. Halgji & St)uTs Store,
, rayetteville. N. C.
Oct. 1, 1358. ly.
Just finished, a superior still cap and
WORM to erk fifteen Barrel, which I yfriu 8ell on
reasonable terms. Apply soon.. , .
I . - .1 ' . ' ' ' - '" ' "" JAMES MARTINE.
Fayetteviile, May 19, '50. : j; :? , w-tf ,
HE WIDOWS DF MEXICAN Soldiers,
; nnd the ' Widows of Soldiers who irTEr
IN Service in the war ot 1812, can have their
'pensions continued by calling on the undersigned.
Congress having made additional provision for!
themJ . " !
fjlive me the management of your claims, and
thej money shall come atbnce, or no charge.
Fayetteviile, June 19,
isease.i He had left Boston for Eu-.wv 'P""m y up i we .ye!ars .sftice by this Svuod has a lage c rcula-
of health,' and being unable to proceed Vf'S" ,'B ",,BUl 8 uuuses-w.. tuat t,0I1 in the State nud is a11 - eU,ted Ly the Rev.
ix, remained there until death re- i'" v' "v-uoV" "'"cts t ueorge..Mceitij ana vv . la. iiihoiv- . :
ji Mr Choate was one of Amer- sniall. In some respect? tins is not to be regretted. .. We have three banks, two pf, them are
i 1 m a i .a t j ; 1 - ? .- - - -
o o tw;r,r !niwfit ! jltiemoTB s 01 many a college youtu are injured .lorancnes.
to take a portion by the side of Webster, Clay and .ontact with the practices bf a heterogeneous . A gas company, too, has been organized,
rihmn r i - ' , popnlation. To thp praise of Davidson be it said stpek all taken, capital .twenty-fiv'e thousand
uainoun. 1 1 ; - thrtV i tint -frm-ww Within if ' ' r.V Ti-oi.;.i 1 sdoUars the contract has been made with VVater-
We givethe despatch of his son, sent from Hali- ?VV nLe& Bowes, for the erection of the works,
fax to BostW his bereaved family; ; p"JU which, a, student can not mingle, with perfect ;Y C() b?! the ffirst of November.
last evenin? aiWr - f i.'FIO"Vw i"1"""1. ,vw n hoottu f.ti,- n-Jci 1 th neo-
T"v - - - " O - ; 4 ;
f Halifax. Julv 13. All is over.
about G o'clock, after an unusually cheerful day, fa- , and three hundred, but at present we may substi-
ther was seized with !a heart attack and, nreathed
his last at Ii o'clock thjs (Wednesday), morning.
He was insensible through the whole, and suttered
UNO. M. RQSE,
Agt". for' Pensions.
1858. . tf i
entine! Turpemine ! Turpentine !
8 A j 1 r TURPENTINE BOXES on land j hear
U,U U U the Rail RAad, about 5 to miles from
Fayetteviile, will be rented on good terms to any per-
8oji wishing to embark in t
Also, a good SAW and G
Also-, two of the RICITEST FARMS in the County
of Cumberland, one about
bne mile from the Market
or they cannot be rented
I For particulars arply to
Who is authorized to rent id
fj AMES KYLE IS NOW REj EIVIXG A
HATS, S H OES, BOLTING; CLOTHS, &c,
All of which will fce offered by lVholesale or Retail
as low as tbe same quality can be had in this State.
March 12. 1859. ' ' ' ' '"tf
THE LAW COPARTNERSHIP of TROY fc FUL
LEIl is dissolved br matukt ooaient.
Lumber ton, N. C, July 6, 1 8319. ., Jy 7, 3t
Fayetteviile, Feb. 8, 185fr.
paid.' - .'
' Oot.l. 185p.
none at all.
tute thousands for hundreds
; The hew, College' buildings are the largest and
finest ii the State, and they .will compare'in archi
tertnjal beauty with-ny 'college in the Union.
I ax ten o'c Jock this mbrning the College Chapel
umderstand that CoL McDuffie in his
enofTi' nt Tfprmnsvillft: on tha .12th instant: said that I
,f n --iiJ-i ? .'' ' V ' ' , t was crowded with spect4tors assembled to hear the 1 properties .
the Hon.. Warreninslow. had -.caused the removal s. d f .. f, . , N 1st. ; That t'ie
of J, E. Bryan from the office, of Post Master of this W a ' . i , , , fowerful aperients
vr u " ;.-u k-n .. xiurweii, oi vnaTioiic, aenverea . , .
-vajf.i.ijr viufes uii.ine pun oi me x-nnaa
HIST MILL, and two Ismail
House, known as the Bailtv place : the other about
nin6 miles from town, kndwa as the celebrated jAshe
Lands, which h is 250 or SO) acres cleared, land, which
if properly cultivated, will produce an average of 30
bushels of Corn ner acre.
Those wishing to rent sain lands must apply soon,
Mr. Winsloh nqmstamentality whatever in the 1
removal of Mr. Bryan.
A project is on foot to establish a lino of packets
between Boston and Petersburg. We regard it a
good schente and hope it may succeed. . -
ropie societyj . Mr. Burwell promises to be an
excellent speaker and profound, scholar.
He alluJed most touohingly to the recent death
f Pnf pf the fnenibers jof their society drawing
tears frcm many eyes, j ' ' '. " ! i
JIr. j3. the atin salpdatory on to-morrow morn
C. E. Leete, Fayetteviile,
my absence. I
i a. n. Mcdonald;
' ! -tf
LB Si TALLOW WANTED. FOR
which the highest cash price will be
A. M. UAUl'UKLL.
W v. . : oalicj a a ou KjKaa j
aw : t
ca IJKJM. m
Olt SALE AT 50 CENTS
A.U. M'KETHAN !
TXEEPS. constantly on land a Urg7 assortment o
"T" 0 verJT3criPton, Which are! we!
and faithfully made and fi nshed io the ijohtest an
neatest style. His fac litiea for doing carriac
work are greater than 4ny establishment sionTii
wnicu eaauieiaim u sen nis woric oa me most favor'
Nov. 13. 1858.
is so however. When the Legislature adj-mmed
Mr McLtutfie set about endeavoring to get n L'on-
greS CUSIl lvn ii a.v i pu.iiriiuT uvvn m v.. ' it..
regaru to nis connection wmi me i. p-ti
When charged with it he bit tori j 'denied it pro
nounced it a d d lie ' and ottered to give five ; hi
lars to any one who would prove it. It is tamiliar
chat with every one of that arty iu FayetteviUo
the Col. 's doulde faced speeches. 1
In tho K. N. Loii-re; o" Saturday oix-iiing afu r
the Clinton (.jnventioa Uiich nominated M r. W in.--Inn
in I i-L"-' M r Mi-1 )nfTiip's iiume lu'i;.)T lx 'fore 1 1 . ; i r.
convention, although he was a K. N. ut tlie tiiu-.)
and on the eve of the. Elizathtown Convention
which nominated Mr. lieid. Col. McDulhVmnde a
most rantunkerous speech" denouncing the democratic-party.'.
Said he understood all their wars,
tricks and contrivances was fully posfml audit"
the K. N. party would'onlv nominate hun, "tliruv
tho bridle over his head and tnfn1 him looe!' liv
would-beat and d'. stroy them, he only -asked that
he might be permitted pass as a democrat
pledging himself to the' principles .of tins K. N.
party. He called democrats by uanie, tlenouneed
men who had grown grey in the sV-rvice ot dt.no
cracy, spoke of them a.i spies - iu"; every assembly
of the people, even at the class mye-ing. to carry
out the machinery of tho Democratic party.
Is it to be credited that hardly a day or two had
elapsed, in another place, he declared he was not
ft . member of that party never Lad bi-cn ile-
nouueed such au accusation n slander; anl lnuuir
ed in abuse of that party in the faceof many i:o
had heard the first speech. Yet there arc living eye
witnessaB of these facts, .ready at auy time to voudi
- When the Know Nothing convention in loo Lil
ed to nominate hidi, be turned tail upon thein, ir.vl
bought admission higiiin into the denioeratic lanLs.
He had "the abstrW right" to vote'with us, but
fuied to get, and never will get the conritkiue oi' liu
democracy who kno'vihim ; in thej successive nomi
nations for two Legislatures ho failed to get the non .
ination. ' i f
Surely upon "this statement no f democrat proper
I will voie for him. Can anj' member ot tne K. . .
vote tor him ? His treachery to them is. pirhitps,
as great, only that he deserted the uemocr.ttie p u t y
While he was" their standard bearer in tne Legislature.
Ho. inlnwl tli TC -N 's. thev failed to jrive him their
nomination, he went into their councils, possessed
himself of their confidential communications, I il
for. their support, upheld; their principles,, and wlu n
he could gee no promotion from them, deserted "and
Hear w at the ' North Carolina Argus"' of July
28th, 18.33, the organ of the Am rican party at tho
time, skid about him on that .occasion, then vote for
Lim who can.j ' j . J
" M. J. McDpffik, Esq. As we lnve heard some
of Mr MeDufiie' friends deny that tliat gentleman
ever belonged tor the American order, wcwouhi i li
fer all sued to the following let or,", 'the origiaa.1 of
which can be seen by calling at this cilice.
:Mr McDutne not only belonged io t:ic order ; but
he has made some of the most bitter speech'.s :,ii:.st
the Democracy of this place and vicinity that w;re.
prpr Tnailp liv finv r,f in fvr-ttpv? ! Ii 1 1 ti Su 1 tne
That a chcpiical .extract will be obtain j Democrats aad nci platform. They h.-ui a Majority;
ed irom is, . mai,..wiii bupeiceuc -. iuc. uu ui j ana mat majority was corurouea oy a pun
calomel in the cure of disease. j . fogies, who pried into every man s secrets, - oin
3d. That he ! has snccessfQllj treated diar- he and private ;but as to; thtu having lv-1''
bont two years ago, a few gentlemen asso
ciated themselves togetlrer for the purpose of
vine-dressing, and purchased abont thirty, acres
land, five or j six miles put of towii, and are
hodes of .making some wine this summer,;
eir Catawba grapes have been rotting some?
land the,y attribute it to the late frosts! f
I he North Carolinian Denwrat'ic Daily ana,
Weekly, edited by Siuclair&Pearce,isastauncb,
wtjii conaucteu paper, ana exerts an mnneHce
over a large extent of country. 1 he rsorth
Carolinia Prc?hyterian, established about two
e'happy and contended.
Dr. Bennet. a Professor of some celebrity.
considers the Tomato an invaluable article ot
diet, and ascribes to it very important medical
Tomato is one of the most
of the liver and other or-
gans ; wtre raitiMiei heuhohu, .o jiy.i...y
0 he ofilhe most eUective ana tno least narmiui
remedial agents known to 'the-profession.
It is rennrted that O. Je.nninps Wise. ( son of Ex-
Gov. Wise,) of the n?ttirer and Mr Aylett of the' tf?idiog. the first hjonors with Mr. R. Bennet
Examiner have ? directed their steps to some se- r " ZT r ux HO" wnnij. Air. j. roner vrrauam,
quested rural spot' to settle a difficulty J between Pf Eowan county, delivered the valedictory ad
them. Warrants have beenissued for their arrestl dress- b.ehalf of the Eumenean society. The
We have not yet ascertained the result, ' annual oration was delivered by William Eaton
fr- ;,' 1 " f"9f WArrenton, Ni C. It was altogether a
Hail S.torm. i I excellent production, Replete with conservative
On Friday 15th, quite a storm of hail occurred doctrine", and - biirh tonI morality. SuDerior ad-
about seven miles to ther south of Raleigh, strip- vjcea were -ven fc i Toans ntiemen inciting
ing me oiaaes uom in koi Wni6 6 M. wem ro tollqw the example of the great statesman
o3A with this article alone. ' :1
4th. That when used as an article of diet it
almost sovereign for dyspepsia and indiges
That -it should be constantly .ned for
daily food either cooked, raw, orTm the form
that iv as out of the question.
But read the letter,;' and then say whetmr ti.e
writer is entitledlto any great amount of credit :
"Tatttkville, X. C.,Lpril 25, 1'.
51. 1L IlAEKlSOX, L.SQ. :
I wish' you to obtain for ric a
scholars, and divines that .have goue before them.
TXT - A t a "" 1 . -mm 'l 1 I
New Military Company. , - t 1 1 wn l?at man.J ! oerj public men wouia o
" There has been a new MUitary Uompany lormea oenenwea ojr a riiearsai oi wis orauoa in
at Raleigh to be called the""' Union 'Guards. . They sotaoment when party strife carries them to ex
have elected W. W. Holden. Esq., Captein. We trepes. ( I should lik to see Mr. Easton's oration
dave not learned tvhether he has consented to ac-. in print, and trust some atep may he taken to ee-
oept of the honor corAferred ; , j . cure its publication. I, ...
a R AUtilTCiBoi IT Auuivea woo uou? ctcu uc w
of catsup, it is the most healthy article now in cara irom eoraero, c -
nae i . . . . city.v You very weU understand th it i c ni
fe- t ' ' operate with the order here until I get t.n t!-
Orleans proposed to purchase a life preserver, as the cainpljga is close on hand here, . J I t
' Phi JouMl not want it." suggested the clerk, f h v,ie to act1 with the ord-r m dn, c-.
'hags of wind; don't sink."
-Capt. Kingsbury, of Oxford, N.a,hasbeen 5. c.;Ueubject
mantoousr elec IC of lla&en in Dayid, Energy and Perseyerence, 4It was - forcibly de
on CoAege,in the room oMR HdL who has Kw . Dut a littlo toVviolent.--
esiirned to take charee of the MUitary Institute at , t. . . ' . ! . . ''',-
, &. Ai . . , , B 7T. - i This evening the exercises of the junior class have
Charlotte. - . 1 ' -- '-- , f - - . ;. - I s,--
: . 1 ' a- - - ' " a' ?omQ on -soai" of- thei speakers did very well -
' We notice sales at New York on the 18th of 15 everjytHcg has passed off quietly and pleasantly
000 North .Carolina 6'a at 95f "" ' : ' -'' so f;ir, . We must come to a close for the present.
aluable Cow. H. W. Goan, of Canaan, Con.,
has a Cow, pasture fed, which gave in one week 200
lbs, of milk making 1 6 lbs. 2 oz, of butter. , .-'
by return mail.
i M. J.
A . mmw ; , .. -j -j 1 10 uavG . : . ..
j tThe Democrats, aay the AsWille "Newsj pwUl copy my
were fully satisfied with the discussionon Tuesday '.see both J1'
. T have no dembt the Wilmington Journal, v. h: .1
I believe sincerely desires tho gooa ot the p;iriy,i.a
ti have the district respresented; by our It A mm.
L:n xr mv communication, tliat its readers may
I am iiliaoot inclined
last, and proud of their candidate's able and dignified
bearing. The news from everv Quarter is cheering.
and if the discussions throughout the District have
Deen HKe the one here, Mr Coleman .win ieaa ax
opponent by a very heavy majority. ,
';!! -'-'''-''-";; - : ' . : ;' '""'V-i
fGcios's Hotei; Raleigh. This Hotel, now oc
cupied by Wm. T. Bain, Esq., has. beeri purchased
by the Baptist of Raleigh, for $8,000, with a view of
opening a first class Female School. Petersburg
Express, - .' -v ' ". - - . - ii .
to ap6logize for making the request.
. gf-PAyiEt. Gbaxt, Esq., a venerable and es
teemed citizen of Athens, says the A uucfa (?or- ' -tut
ioaalist, died in tliat town ou the 'Jth iast. li.?
was a native of Norm C irouna. .
tSf-J. J. Spencer of Pennsylvania La
pointed U. S. Consul at Dresden.