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tt T. ivo -oromnt and p"ronal att. ,tion
';i:i-i ru i;l".l I s
;nr,t- I lit pe itu-, uosni,
in'rv prod uc for sale.
r .iri.ivitin.'. and all c
the Store of! Mr Yon-
i .OFi'l'i l'i "
glahn aud join
"s wharf, iorth Water
II . ,5 A ?1 S f ) AVIS , having
! , -' -! I ' 1 1 on pi-ruianeni iy u . nig
tig 111 l.ie-
Town .f Fa vi
ros t,. the eiti
t te ville, res
mis oi" ibis
ecttully on rs Ins servi-iiho-e
In all the various b ram: he- ,ot Ins i'ro-
ib..r too liiauiuacture ol .Mineral
T.-et'.l, he "l s-.Flsti'
d, after an exte sive exieri
,led ii thorough 1 sntid educa-
t, wine Ii is a
r,i n, i hat
('I 411 I1 I'll! II I .tll?nn i 'Hi ,1 . i
;t ; in i in' l.owe
r ..f Dentistry. All irregularities
,,f the Ti-eth t rent,
ner, as w.-ll as di-e
d in a proper and ;ar tul man
ises f the mout , :" None but
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IIIM'll'l llll'l.ll "I' """" -
L 1 ., :ll 1 . i l,.,- 1,,
.... . .....i i.i... .- t'o oi ii Tno i r s
rations. (. uni ges in m umui i .id. mm in.-
..f the I'l-oi.'SMou may be ( faced witlim
h of n'.l who may f.-el an iiien st in the
.,t tlie 1 eeili. ;: -
oer H 'ti-t n's Jewelry tore, wuere
found at nil times. -
YI.iv 1 ."), is,
Oct. I. I
above C. T.
ILaigh feo.i's Store,
-v - ' J
tf FST riNT-MRi). A slT'LRIOK STILL CAP and
v OR l to in'i k lil ti-ea Barrels, w ich 1 will sell on
reasonable t-'i'ins. Aj.pl V soon.
JAX M AETIXE.
Faytt'.vilie. May 19, V.9. f w-tf
I !: KVI.r. I " NOW IMU'EIVIXG
KVI.r. I " NOW
ID 13 IX c&aiii
II ATS, SHOES, BOLTING CLOTHS, &c,
All of which will te ofl'. red by W..fisale or Ketail
as low a the Siiine quality can be J aiiahisState.
.uurcii 1. i-cj.
"vn; law cop viirM-tnip orniOY jt fll-
E is d s olved by mutual CoUiClit.
uahcf toa, N. O-, July o, 1&V. Jy 7, St.
I I. & X . 31 c LA U li I N
W01LD IWITE ATTESTIO.Y TO T-tlS LARGE
aud desirable Stock of
CONSISTING IN PART OF
150 Bags of Uio. Laguara and Java Coffee ;
0j) libls. and II hd.s. Sugar (assorted:)
i-i llhds-. Molasses ;
:0 " Bacon, Sides and Shoulders
5o: Sacks Salt
150 JJoxe? goad Tobucco :
12.". ' Sperniy Adaman'tiue and Tallow Candles;
r)0 '' Soap, (assorted :V
. 50 " Candy,
1 (() ISas Shot "
1000 IJjs. liar Lead r
30i Kbls. Snulf, (Eagle Mills ;)
25 Kegs Soda ;
250 " Nails ; -
A UiiUK'AMJ r.ESKKM. ASSORTMENT OP
II A 1? I W 15 E A X O C I1 T Ij E It A" .-
Farming L'tensi Is of ail descriptions ;
American. Kngli.-Ii. Swedes and Peruvian Iron ;
iJlisti-r. German and Cast Steel ;
iilaeksmith Tools ;
Corn Sh.ellei s and Straw Cutters ;
Duckets, lir -oms and Pails ;
Lcathen Manilla and Jute Rope, (all kinds and
qn.ility :) Plow Lines and 13ed Cords ;
Hollow War; :
Col ton Yarn and Sheetings at Factory Prices ;
All of which will he sold low for cash, or on usual
time to prompt payinc: customers.
Country merchants are respectfully reqnestf d
all and exai'iiri'.
March 5, 18.")1).
stoc'iv before purchasing c
IX & V,". McLAUUIN.
i f eh if. srnsc ru'.ku 01 us for ple one
.H of the be.it plantations in the wesu-rn part ot
: Cumberland Comity that, lias ever be n : otlered is
, many years, co taining 8"i acres of Land, wilh a
i good Wwfdiiiig and all other o. t houses with a Spring
I ol excellent, water. There is a Grist Mill and fine Saw
i Mill site, with the dam already built. The centre
j Plan': lloa l runs close to it. The land is- well tiiii
; ben d w:th pme and other growth there is some ex
! c limit swauiji ' .ml liml s..nn of it drained.
Ativpi'rx.ii wishing I o farm : work a turpentine and
j make" lumb.-r. h.tter inducement has ever been
I oit'.'red :n ili'f see, ion. Any person wishing to pur
1 elias - Mieii a d siralih' place would do wt.ll to- f all
; soon ! 1 am anv ous t'. sell.
I Persons wanting furl her information may address
i me at Montrose P O. Cumberland County N. C.
Ju.y24d lM,;!).d It-w-tf IiOUKK i GUA1IAM
j Weekly (jbserver tf.
157 Acres Xi ncl for Sale,
j rn i i K Subscriber oll'ers for sale his plantation sit!
j L natiil in the County oi C n m'.iu'lainl 1 I in' bs Soul h
i ol l-'a vMti'i!b'. on the road Imiding to Eiizabethtown . ;
' iiear 'h publiu road.) S.iid land contains 157 acres 1
I on wiiixh there is a coin fori able Dwelling House all
n .n s-ary out Houses, and a well of good water. ,
j YV're i'nbout 4n acres of land in cultivation and is
I susceptible ot high improyeinent and about h crop of
I Tu i.' i 1 1 1 1 1 1 !Ues. i
I Th" location is very (l-sirahlo and Society good.
I I'ea-ous wis'ning to buy would do well lo call and ex .
n.'ii'-. as a gooii bargain can be had.
,1'ilv -?, . uivtt. X . lUIJAM TOLAR
A rri'vai I
Spring and Slimmer Goods !
.r. a. t'KMitriiiTov
S now .receiving h;s Second Stock ol Spring ana
Summer Goods, embracing all the
St C1I AS
SUMMER SILKS, GREXADIXES,
i J J? f 1 V J T 1? X f
With a oreft yarietv of new stvle'-oods for Travelling
Dresses and Dusters', also a complete assortment of
MO Uit X I XG I 11 KSS COO OS. I
A large and varied assortment of Silk and Lace Man- ,
ties, Cliantilly Lace Points. Black and White !
bi-oidei-ed and '
A few of those splendid French cm
Lace Sids, Collars and Sleeves.
Douglas A Sherwood's New Style Corsets, (with
Rustle and Skirt-F apporters attached.)
A great variety of new style Hoop Skirts, &c., Ac.
In the above stock may be found a great many new
ami desirable sty lies, just out. Tlie public generally
are invited to call early and examine for themselves.
J. A. P EMBERTON.
April 23. -tf
TO SOLDI Eli'S - WIDOWS.
VIE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Soldiers,
and the Widows of Soldiers who J1E1
IN SF.HVK'E ii. the war ot 1812, can have then
pensions continued hy calling on the undersigned.
Congress having made additional provision for
Give me the management of your claims, and
the money shall come at once, or no charge.
J.NO. M. DOSE.
Agt. for Pensions.
Fayetteville, June 10, ISad. tf
Turpentine ! Turpentine ! ' nrpentine !
.,.,x-i. ,,.,'- i
RO 000 T!i 'u. , T-Y-&tATnirfa'
0U,UUU the.ha.lRoad.aboutoto b mileshom ..
Favetteville. will be rented on good terms to any per-
SJii wishing to embark in the business.
Also, h good SAW aud CRIST .MILL, and two small
Also, two of the RICHEST FARMS in the County
( 'iiiiihnrl-ii.il -m ihiit t ti mi 1m iVnm thi Mni kt t
House, known as the Bailev place ; ihe other about
nine miles from town, know n as the celebraii I A::he
Lauds, which h s or MM acres clearen land, which
if properly cultivated, will produce an average of ol)
bushels of Corn per acre.
Those wishing to rent said lauds must apply soon,
or they cannot be rented.
For particulars ay ply to C. E. Leete, Fayettevill.e.
who is authorized to rent iu my absence.
a. n. .Mcdonald.
Fayetteville, Feb. 8, 1S39. -tf
LBS. TALLOW WANTED. FOR
which the highest cash price will be
A. M. CAMPBELL.
OLD XEVv'Sl'AFERS FOR SALE AT 5) CENTS
per hundred, at the Daily Carolinian Ofuce.
June 17. I y-d
A. A. M'K ETHAN
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment o
Vehicb-s of every description, which are wel
and faithfully made and finished in the lightest am
neatest style. His facilities for doing earrias
work are gkeater than any establishment Soutl
which enables him to sell his work on the most favor
Nov. 13. 1858. tf
and C.ntm Plank Koad in about 11 mitfsof Fax
etrevill. my Medical bags, containu g a pocket ca'
of Instruments .vc. Th'; under will be liberally r
wrde I by a ldr Soiag tlie ub6Cribi'r at Favetteville
July id ISj. JNO. il. McLEAN.
FAYETTEVILLE, N. 6$;
i THE XORTU GAROLLV.llvK:."
FAYETTEVILLE. N. il. ,:
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 27.
Hard up for an Argument. - j
Malcolm J. McDuffie, the self-constituted candiC
ate for Congress is, rather hard up for an arguragti.'
against Mr. Winslow, consequently he has to talc
sides with the northern abolitionists in some of theE.
Tli is can be seen more particularly when"r it -if
known that he has abused Mr. Winslow foVvotin-
anoilier abolition- star lo uie itaLuiii, ;uuia.. - --
2ow how does this stand? The little state of
Oregon has Wen represented in the Senate by CTerf.
c 1 . . ;
Jas. l,ane. well known to cnir readers as a true
southern democrat. Yet Mr. McDuffie calls her a
o it ion ' JJut let us see witn wnom wouia air. mem i
Bufne voted had he been in Congress whilst this bill 1 1.
was i.etoretnat oauv.
Vrsx n-r, y.r.t ennrf. tlnlf. nr STMCfi to Cl'vft the whole I t
Imf .rill o-i v imr rwidprs the r.ames ftf a few i
V V . ' L ..... 1 . . - - - . . ,
. C 1 , . . . ........ TVfT- 1 1-1 . 1' 11.1 H-l
for her admission, and then give a few of those with
whom Mr MeDufue would have voted iri opposing I
i..-. i..i,,-;cii;aiv Tbr vf.icps in thp. affirmative were t
lie. titijiii.T.i.eii. . . ... - - i
such men a? tton. Thos. S. Bocock, L. OTl- Branch, j
t..., ci.- t,-im,.i.-. w tt Fn.riwh and Jas:
robv, of Indiana all in fact who voted for the ad-1
mission of Oregon were democrats except txcenly
tu:o. Mr. Winslow voted ith the democratic party.
And w-e v;ll now see with what party Mr. McDuffie
would have voted.
Mr. MeDuiii i . ould have voted with Francis P.
Bi.aiu, of Missouri, Aaron BiTiLinoame, of Mass.,
J.-nx Covode, of Pa., Joshva Pv. Gioijings, of Ohio,
Gau'sha A. C.kow, oi I'a., Caldwflder C. Wash
burn. Eixisoxli. Wasiibl kn, and Tshall Wasiibckx.
Mr. McDuilie would hive voted with these men!
Indeed nine-tenths -f those who voted against the
bill were Black Republicans. ;
A Voic From Richmond.
AYe have been permitted to publish a portion of
a letter received hy a gentleman of this place some
time since. The author is a sterling democrat and
one of the most intluential and popular men in this
section of the State. This letter speaks the will o1"
the masses, and we feel assured no one, who desires
to sec our country prosper and continue to be, what
she now really is, the model Republic of the world,
can but coincide with the views of the writer. In
referring to Mr. Winslow' s appointment as minister
to Sardinia, he says: -I :t
" I certainly should feel -regret at his retirement
from Congress at present. The circumstances' of
the. times would seem to require that well-triext roi
!'- -una;'. Cxnwiciice shy
hyuld oe the represent!
J ,tlC-j,i.v'M in rt.' rireSeii. .ulden:
1 his re'tii-ernVn'TiTts uituggenei tttrccrtaitr
' t.i cniviKAi' mill wli. it. will-bilVi' 1'lf.li' blS allTi
i b.rtc 'flu. wi 11-liiitiir ..vim t. in s. f i v of the SouthX
in the Union, may, probabh' will, depend in a greati
measure on the character ot tier representatives m,
: Congress, and in view of the trying times to be ex
' nected in that bodv, it ccrtair.lv is not desirable for
the people whose representatives have pursued -a
.satisfactory course, to change them for new men."
Xc agree with the author. Mr Winslow has been
' a faithful representative ; his entire course has been
' sanctioned by his constituents, and it is but due to
: him that he should receive at the hands of the peo-
I'lc such an overwhelming
1)11 1.3 LU '. .1.1 -Ul V'
Duffie in the chade, for at least some time to come.
Let us rally around him, act in good faith to him as
he has done to us, and let us show at the ballot box
that we want a man, a statesman who will reflect
honor upon us, to represent the 3rd Congressional
Truth is Mighty.
Col. McDuffie in his speeches at different places
charges that " no democratic papers have ever prais
ed Mr Winslow, but that two old line whig papers
have." In ?eply to this argument, it is unnecessary
for us to waste words. It is a false charge, and in
making this assertion we predicate our belief upon
facts, which cannot he refuted. No democratic pa
per, since Mr Winslow has been in public has
ever spoken of hhn except in complimentary, terms.
To prove the falsity of Mr McDuffie's statements,
we will fjuote an article from the authorized, official
organ of the democratic party, the Washington Un
ion. Here it is ! . -. -x.- - j
"North Carolina. The prospect in the coming
election for members of Congress in this State is
most encouraging to the democratic party. . We no
tice a late meeting in Harnett county approving pi
the course of Hon. warren winslow,
Congress, ami recommending his nam
candidate. We know of few or no m
, Con2TO wpose alscnce wond be
in the lap t
name again as; a
members of tte
more felt in
the next Congress, where true and tried men will re
needed, than Gov. Winslow. His services on tie
Committer on Nav.il Affairs, the Library-Commit
and on various nnportan speend committees, ; w
continued and valuable ; and in consequence he
crcised much influence in the House by the perfe
icquaintance which he manifested with snbjecAl
refen-ed to these comniii.ees, and few or no measur
no aavocatei laueu m ucing auopieu. xoriu v,"::!
Una can well boast ot licraoic delegation in uiewui
Congress, but of none more truly than of the mem
ber from the Fayetteville district." .... "Xr'r
Mr. ilcDuffie explains his opposing a nomi
nee of the county convention of Cumberland, by
s ij-ing that he voted againsi W. McL. McKay, he
McKay) not acting in good faith with his colleagues.
This would be no good causa for Mr. McDuffie even
w ere it true. - . ; ; ''X
Can Mr McDuffie explain ho .v he voted against
one of LIr McKay's colleagues ? was he not eapatdc ?
il 1 toll two of the independent candidates thaXhe
voull vote for them, and after the election told them j
e had done so; he therefore not only voted against
IcKay but against either Mr Harrington or Barhee,
yho were also nominees of the convention. r Is; "Mr
IcDuffie a disorganizer ? and will the Journal please I
opy this, as it wis es to treat all parties fairly?
Asscal Meeting. The annual meeting of the
fayetteville and Albemarle Plank Road Company
vill be held in this town on Wednesday, the -24th
lay of August next, v . X -
We are requested to state that the Hon.
eAV taiMAs., wilLaadress his fellow-citizens at
ath year of its csistenf. - t - -
1DAY, JULY 30,
iPuffie in the Legislature.
i discussion between Winslow and II c
jiington, 5Er JIcDufBe claimed to be
ibr.witUMf Steele- cfthW; C. & R. R
had-been generally supposed the bill8
,'appcaled to the people of .Wilmington
A , - , . , - , .
ra the ground of his ad-GcacT of mat
i - , , s . , ,
i nassace of the bill on its second read-
- o - - - .
taffeditt notvote. We will net say he
ugS it is to be remarked he was in the
g oti collateral questions all the mrnhig. '
Jounaal E855t- page 219.),
CVnotjn, a testvote, .(Janry 22d) '
s:2a !.c.,.i.i '. tc..... it '
aS-f17- .r XT- xr,.nffl.v 1
na4 .gfei.&rdul in -the negative. -Ibid 3'07.)
. L.- ""i. . . . .. . . .
iiy"ipir tteele s nsotion ot tne 14- ol Jan r, a
l.(JI&f fAiH.-n 1M f hfl hill lnfr-i .KiiVi"! T- lrtfiol.l
uF vUl, ouug uiup.v.u, mi
W'lie !f(!W Tlannrer mpmlwrs still votintr. i"u tilie !
l-ative,. Mr- Mx;5hiffie is recorded in the negative.
bill was taken up and passed, Mr McDuffie
votin-g for it'.
to be hoped and believed the people of New
er Tvill not vote for a w who has acted as
Duffite has towards them. In the first place,
per voted against or dodged their bill when the i
; . .
ites were taken, and in the second place he
cred to deceive them by asserting what the i
rrdlk prove-to be-miss&tementa. Let the pee- Ie j
look- aft the facts and determine whether or not such
a manjls Col. McDuffie is entitled u-their support.
! a this! :is in all ftthpf viiiU TOS vvbicb we have T.referrpd
aaiKift Mr McDuffie. we have stated facts which
ie controverted, and in order to satisfy hinv
selt as t) McDrs course upon his questfon, the
reader ieted only turn to the Journals where his
votes mfav be found rzca-
mportaut intelligaitc pt actr being con
etween Frances 1 At, Ja, is rot socheer-
ing to I
taly and to the I " "".a as sotrw? would pr-
pm to believe. ' Vis always to be pre
war, but civil a 'gin us liberty is pre-
and consequent! jieace that binds soar
and bodly'tn worse than Babylonian captivity is
mm-KPrl: ulJd unworthy of the term pe-ace. If the
on which the peace is concluded he correct.
a-sk. what has ltalv trained bv tins war or
the oppresed ? We always looked up-
apoleon's aim m this war, with suspi-
lever believed him to he a Liberator.
n confederacy is to be under tho Ilano-
vary,: PretliJeney of the Pope ! ! Tlie greatest
t ever walked this earth. Francis Jos
.tjria's rule was light in comparison to
-ji:n despot, whose little finger is
k ArV... '-
Female IIfrv School. At a meet
of Trustees held last evening, Prof.
r, wno now has charge ot a tiourish-
nU Female Academy in the town of New
elected President, in place of Mr. Win. K.
ho resigned some time since to take charge
of the Siiartanburg (S. C.) Female Institute. We
are personally acquainted with Mr. Hooper, and
know llim to be a man of excellent literary at
tainmcrlts, and a good disciplinarian. We congrat
ulate thfc Trustees upon their admirable selection,
and sin merely trust Mr. Hooper will accept the ap-
pomtm nt tendered him.
The 1 acuity for the ensuing twelve months is
Prof. T. C. Hooper, Principal.
Mrs largaret E. Home, Literary Department.
Miss Louisa Norwood, " ... "
, Misstisabella Leete, " "
Mr 1. J. Hahr, Prof, of Music, French, &c.
Missl b. A. Lilly, assistant Music teacher.
We lire pleased to learn from the Standard of the
23d, tllat Dr. Hawks formerly of-this State, but now
of NeF York, has been elected to the Professorship
of HiJtory in the University of this State. Dr.
Hawi is eminently qualified to fill the post and we
trust that those who believe he will accept may not
It Is understood that the Professorship of Rheto
ric anA Logic will be filled by the Board of Trus
tees af their annual meeting in December next.
).! - :
ivvspaper Change. The Williamston Jtfercu
is been discontinued. The Editor has moved
the establishment to Tawborough, and intends
here! fter to publish at that place the Tawborough
iUGHt JNapplng again. as we anticipated,
.leDuffie has placed himself in an awkward
Read the article below. Comment is un-
' McDuffie says: " Jifr. Holdcn consider. the
afiT-lVrn.loi0 tn Von gress hietlit culpable.
aubl this, and -consequent 1 v we Wuiihl like to
.. - . .., . tt emoh..t.ic iQ condiction of
t . ..l... Ol..,l.. ... I i.r.i.t, iVta r. i tl.ii. 1.-
j Mr McDuffle's statement. We will see. Fayetteville
XT is due to Gov. Winslow that we should state
iiL-KIrvo- rnintedlv railed nnnn bv the Caroli-
nian-that we have no recollection ot ever liavmg
- "f "o j " : .
said to any one that his course in Congress is high
ly culpable." On the contrary, we have more than
onob given it as our opinon in the Standard, that
Governor. Winslow had acquitted himself well as a
Representative." Stan da rd
. Cheering. We receive letters daily from all
portions of the District giving cheering accounts as
to the prospects of Mr. Winslow. The people ap
preciate him and his sevices and will return him by
an overwhelming majority.
No CriAXCE for a third Party ! The JVew
York 'I tints tells nothing more nor less than
the truth when it says :
, :. " The South most choose in 1860 between
the victory of a national democracy and the
victory of a northern sectional party ; there
being no such thing as an edge of a chance left
for the triumph of the liers-etat.
ZXX X. ,-- '
X Appointments by the President. J. J.
Spreiiger, of Pennsylvania, consul of the Uuited
States at Dresden .
Grapo cWk, CUerokcu couuty. XortU Caro-
The semi-official Patrie, of J.iae 29, pub
H!e3 the tbJiuwiuar :
The E'lnptror's couraire amonnted to- the
ere of rashness, electrifying the soldiers hy
t',e t OC"eS& iie always displays, eugajred in the
f hlckest, f tl'e contest a..d inerely walking his
Iiorsu Arhen lie sinned his iotlioii, us-the luid.st
. . tin i i . T,
of u shower of balls anti bullets. Every one
..i i ... i i. ...i- i n . . . .
Miuuuereu on ueuoiuiug. ine oi,uiiieror iirus ex-
posing l.iniselt, and th iKkUersr lull of admira-
tion lor his boldness, nevertheless rgrued it
a lotiv. Wis- ujajesty is- established sii.ee jester-
d.iy in the house which the Emperor of Austria
had selec'jsd for his residence. The losses of
enemy ra-nst have been immense.- iarticu-
rs are yet wanting of otw own losses, ivbieh,
though, greatly inferior
to the A-ustricn. are
jet heavy. Oeneral Anger is the only one or"
our generals sertonsly wounded. The Emperor
named him LieuteuaiU (it-iifei-al on ihe lield of
1 I . ' :J .1... .1 ... .
umue, j.l is saiu mat Liie vu.sii .ans are coin
rJt.(l v (linnrI:7.Hrl
z ie i v ue inei.tii.y. eel . i
The Freiidi Munileur lias received from Cav- i
Hiana, under date of the 25th of June, the fol
lowing details of the buttle of Soli'erino r
Yesterday was marked by one of thosj bat
tles which if they do not terminate the warr per
mit at least an anticipation of its solution.
The Emnerop of Austria commanded in nerson.
aild cai now See what a JU,tioll h0 iliis matie
The A u-fMriar.-s, lit retiring previously befoi'C
us, projected a return to assume tne oiletisive.
The apparently decided retreat
Mincio was done with the view of inspiring us
with a false confidence, and by leaving us a
vast, fveld for tlie rapidity of our movements to
expose our columns, separated from each other
by the order oi march, to a sudden attack,
which would weaken them But happily the
Emperor did not fe-rget that exalted prudence
wlwchi ;erti3 even - his courage the further
the Allies advanced tie inwe oiip cO'luimns
strengthened' each other by closing their ranks,
tThu E nperor Napoleon was in sonic degree
su$rior to hiti.seif; he v?a seen- everywhere,
always directing ths butt!?. Every one around
trembled at ihe dangers which unceasingly
threatened him ; he alone seemed to to-be ig
norant of them. The protection with which
God sliielVred him was ent ended to his staff;
only oner Cent Gard.e near his Majesty was
wounded. Several horses of the staff ami the
escort were fci.Ued or wonwded.-
The correspondent of the London Post says :
The Emperor is constantly under lire.. At
one time he remained with a battery of artil
lery of the Guard whose firing had been suc
sessful, and said to the officer in command
" Capital te, que vous ties content." " T'res con
tent, Sir," replied the officer. "JVsjwe que
nous etes aitcsi conical de la jouones que feu, snis
dc ma. part. Cent Garde behind tne Emperor
hud his epaulette carried away by a ball.
A letter" from Brescia says :
N p!eon I , when hHn9--4niHjrel the resi
deiiew lthFerarolIi family with his presence,
lie slejit one night" iu the palace where tt.n
successor has jn.-.. been, aftar the lapse of half
century, under similar circumstances, ptirKuieg
with the same success the course of hit victo
ries. At the palace, the room where Na
poleon I. slept has been religiously preserved,
exactly as he left it. The bed, toilet table,
and the writing table, in a closet adjoining, re
main in the same state in the same disorder.
Napoleon 1 1 1. , joining in this feeling of respect,
refused to occupy tlie apartment where his
uncle had slept, and selected a room adjoining.
Opinioias of the Supreme Court.
Opinions delivered since our last, as follows :
By Pearsox, C. J. In Howard v. Slutts,
from Moore, reversing t e judgment and award
ing a venire ae novo in Keith v. Godwin, from
New Hanover, declaring that there is no error
in the order appealed fio n ; in Whitehurst v.
Favetteville Mutual Insurance Company' from
Craven, affirming the judgment ; in Fornell v.
Koonce, from Jones, affirming the judgment ;
mi Murray v. Davis, from Beauford, affirming
Mie judgment ; in Bryan v. Alaaning, from
Martin, reversing the judgment and awarding
a venire there is no error ; in Manly v. City of
Raleigh, from Wake, in equity, dismissing the
bill with costs.
Bv Battle, J. In Wilson v. Shulkin, from
New Hanover, affirming tlie judgment : In
Soitherland v Jones,
es, from Duplin, affirming
I'aylor, Dickson &, Co. v.
the judgment ; in
Kelly. Xewkirk & Co., from Duplin, affirming
the judgment ; in Talor v. Jerkins, from Craven,
affirming the judgment ; in O'Leary v. Harri-
son, from Craven, reversing the judgment ; in
Pearson v. Deans, from Wilson, affirming the
judgment ; in Houston v Williams, in equity,
from Duplin ; reference directed to enquire in
to the nature of the payments by defendant ;
i i Spivey v. Br::es, 111 equity from Johnston,
directing a decree, according to the opinion,
for plant iff
By Ivi.ffin, J. In Jones v. Latham, from
Washington, affirming the judgm? .it ; lit tSlo
ciinib v. Washington, from Wayne, judgmen
reversed and venire de novo ; in State v. Hart,
from I:tt, declaring that there is no error ; in
Carvay v. Chancy, from 1 i tt. directing a venire
I novo , in ljiuu.say v
McCulloch, Iro.n Guil-
i- . j 1 a.. .
ioiu juugmeui, inci.icuaim c...ic uu ,
in Page v. Sutlier, fro'ii Itandolpli, affirming
the judgment; in Stanly v.Tiiddle, in equity,
from Craven, decree for plantiff ; iu Cannon v.
Nowell, from Chowan, affirming the decree.
Lik.es Politics Beiter than" Keligiox. Jer
emiah Sliindle, a m'nister of the " German j
Evangelical Lnthern Church," says the lltt
burgh Post, was last fall elected a member of
Pennsylvania State Senate. Tloceullv the au
thorities of the church adopted resolutions de
rbirii g the holding of a political office incom
patible with that of the clerical. Mr. Shindle
has therefore resigned his ministerial office, to
take effect as soon as the congregation under
h's charge can be suited with a clergyman.
He has been connected with the synod of Penu
sylvanian for nearly thirty years.
a-The stockholders of the old, and those
of the new Bank of North-Carolina, says the
Ral. Standard of the 20th inst.. will meet in
I this City to-day, Wednesday. A meeting of
Lh; JT'pistoes of the University win also he held
yd with-fhe oi utmUcr 4,1 perou,
i from a disUuce.
The Battlrfl ifew Orleans.
... BT -4 1 4jiWrFicK,
A Bfitislv onic-ei1prf0fcs at the battle of.
New Orleans, irjetitt Xjn g,.cident of tlirillinj?
stt aneiiess, and verj ieWtiye of the west
ern hunters, manvp'l wb?m marched to the.
defence of 'New Oti-M volnnteers iu-the'
array under the retJl ie?dL"drew Jackson.
We marched, sal i Wftdeer, in a solid col
umn of twelve tlwj fsKirieii, in a direct Ima
. 1-t , , (,a 0
HP" lie -nencal lefenees. t bLl,J"
the staff, and as vit fivaiiced, watchea inr"'X
our SlaSS tlie Posl4 if1! and an anjremeuts o i
T VIUL fl sitj u J -tW
when Kiarelmig lit I the 'jaws ot deai,
the assurance thatj be thus offers liiinsel.
as a su-ariScB to V lfdeaiands of his country,
every action, be it Vccessfcl cr otheiwise will
b judged with inj jf heoitl3s scrutiny.
ItWiisa atran 4Bu4ht long rang? f
cotton bales a iif H naterial for breastwork
with the crowd or t iman beintrs behind their
! heads-onTv visible ah', v ihf,in-o. . Wecoukl
, - u
d'Sth'Ctly see thefrj ong rifles over the bales,
and. the batteril f CFen Coffee,, directly in
front, with its grakt month gaping towards us,
and the position ffreiK Juckson, with his stuff
around him. Buffciat attracted our attention
most was was thofi. Ureof a tall man Standing
on the breastwork dressed in linsey woolsey,.
with buckskin lejrg nd broad rimmed lelff
hat that fell arotjjtjtl his face, almost concealing
his features. 11 fv as standing in onoof the
picturesque and JgfXefuI attitudes pwaTftir I'c
those natural inejHi sellers in the forcstS' The
body rested on tlei ft leg, and swayed with a
curved line upwjirX -r the right arm was ex
tended, the hainX rasping the ri tie, near the
muzzle, the buttot which rested near ths toe
of the right footwii!e with his hand !i raised
the rim of the h;tf torn his eyes, and seemed,
gazing from beet h intensely upon ur ad
vancing coluran.l Ihe cannon of Gen. Coll oc
nad opened upln is, and tore thiough out
ranks with dreadful slaughter ; but we contin
ued to advance, H iwaving and cool as if nO
ihing t hreat etieil Oi r progress.
Jihe roar ot cauin sesmed to have no c ued
upon the figure itaidir
;tf f-ottoii baleT.
but he seemed fiiei and motionless 3 a statue.
At last he moved; Jirew baiithe hat ritn over
the crown with i Isft baud, raised the rifle
to his sho:ildertn id took aim at onr group.
Our eyes weferi ited upon rtim. At whom
he had leveled Shi? pieee ! But the distance
was so grea-t Uiiii we looked at each other
and smiled'. YVa'awthe rifle flash, and my
right hand compri an, as noble looking a' fellow
as ever rode at stilt bead, of- regiment, fell from
his saddle. TTiehu iter paused ;v few moments,
without movingJ rifle from his shoulder, then
?loaded fs-nd lesiuiedi his former attitude.
Throwing the ftpf-ifm oter Ins eyes and again
holding it upjIvXi the left hand, he fixed
his piercing ga) pon us as if hunting out
another victim! f jnctnoye the hat rim v.8
thrown back, li k J$s gun raised to the
shoulder. Th itf ,r m uiti nt amile, but cast
iiort usances v her, 1o see which of us
must die ; and yh'eii lic riUu again flashed
another of us lrpp to the earth. There
was something 'ul lb marching unto certain
death. X s:
Gen. Coffe' bu -terj and thousands of mus
ket balls played iptf our ranks. Vre cared
not for them ;th!re as a chance of escaping
unscathed. Mos. of Us had walked ujion bat
teries a hundred timet more destructive with
out quailing ;brk toJInow that every time that
rifl.3 was levJe1 toerards us and the bullet
sprang from t arrI, one of us must surely
fall ! To see lib gleaming sun flash as the
iron came dovfti jind iee it rest motionless, as
if poised upotf a !ockiand know when a ham
mer struck and the sparks flew to the full
primed pan, thet the messenger of death drove
unerringly toits. goal to know this, and still
march on, wu j wful.
I could seeWhiiig hut the tall figure Ftand
ing on the bjress-twork. He seemed to grow
phantom-likes ti lerand taller, assuming throiiirh
the smoke tlift feipernaturul uppearunce of some
giant spirit. did he reload aud discharge
his rifle witjeJ he same unerring aim ; and it
was with iutteiJ'ibable pleasure that Ijtbcheld
as we nearest! 3 American lines, the sulphu
rous smoke t,ner around us and shut that
spectral huiftii from my gaze. We lost tho
battle, and tSo'i'y mind the Kentucky rifleman
contributed tnci'e to our defeat than anvthinir
J else ; for wilt he remained to our sight our
I attention wls trawn from our duties, and when
1 at last we bee ne enf hrouded in the smoke, and
j work comptet we were in utter confusion,
ami unablef U I the extremity, to restore orde--
j sufficiently stO uake' any successful attack .
io Whe;,t r.,.0 lpa
The iqiio Wheat Crop, 1859.
Mr. Klig.pn"t, Secretary to the State Board
of Agr culfoi says the Eilsbarg I',.st has
since the rfti visited the greater portion of
the wheat ficipwiii part of tlie St ate, and has
Mes ot the crops, from some sixtv
A sums up the result of his obser-
The agirepte" lost by the frost will not
ceed the jid)Ct or the six best wheat gr
counties if ; .omie say three and a half
millions of flushels. The crop of 1857 the
iasi 01 f.' -J"" uve made up, amounted
to 25,397,11-1 hBahels, and the number of ecres
sown was Fa,l$l. During the present year
there nref ; ietSt two millions of acres sown ;
the prodtCli fl each acre escaoinir the frost.
being uckioH'teted on all hands to be at least
30 per ceivbfj- that of 1857. After deduct
ing the lf-lrJrost, and adding the increased
perceiitajjL--i'bu and of acres to the aggre
gate of fatj Jf pent crop will be at least five
millions i ;JUT pis more than that of 18o7, or
say, somgt or t millions more thau was ever
before rajjei :J
IXCE3 OE THE " COALITIOX."
The RigiA c-.
f times are full of evidence that
prs, despairing of gaining honor
by their IM
fength, are resolved to succeed
the Black Republicans against
o no further than our own State.
Ihed the declaration of the Rnb
eigh Rn ,.hich we again commend to tho
cool atl HC$ of onr readers. The Register
says : 5a' t,,at as between an Aboli
tionist raXf Repoblican and a Democrat,
we willlJli lo choice." What I Ab betweeu
.Buc'iair ,$zJt Seward, or between Sumner of
iuuiwi -Betta and lluuttr of Viriuia no
cbolce -AskviUc News.